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WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1SH0.
OAIIU RAILWAY ft LAND COMPAHY'S
A. M. I'. ?i.
I.-rivc Honolulu '.:() a -no
Arrive Miinuiiii fi : I" 1!:IS
L-ave .Mamma :W 4 :(H
Anlve Honolulu tin. -1:1S
A. .M. 1". 11. I'. M.
I'iivo Honolulu... ii::iu li::m :t:n.)
Arrive. Alumina ...K):1S tils II MM
Lmvc M mm mi.... 11:110 1 :i:i 1 n."
Aiilvo Honolulu...! I :Ks l:,II I :.VI
HdnrC I! Ulsliop fioiu I'iii'iiU o Onlui
Holir llnli'nl.n!:i fur Hawaii
Aid luikeiiiine (!imi (.' I'i'iKIiis. Kii'Iii.
lor I'oit Tovncinl
Am bktiie O 0 I'mik, Olaer. for Ssiu
VESSELS ICAV1HS TO-MORROW.
SI m r lCniinllna for Xavvlllvvlll ami 11a-
ii.iiumilu :K S mil
llr lit: Oun-ga. Itrovvu, for llnyal Iloail.
Ktutr I'elc for l.ahiihni anil ICtil.ai.iu :il
10 M III
Por Maul per Mmr I.lUctikc Muv S7
Mi-C n Dicker. Ill it Philip. 1) 1' i:i
tlrctlf. .1 M S "William. !'w l. Hell,
M" I'cildler ami son, ami 10:1 .l.ii:iuc-e
1'or Kauai per .tnir Walalealc. May
t7 Mie-ler lllcc, K KnjiKf. W Lale,
(' 1. Ilrllo anil wife
Kroiu Maui mill Hawaii pT tinr Ml
l.illrtla, May 1'"; From this Volcano--Mi.s
.Stuns." Mrs L.ithrnp, Mis II An
tlcriiu, ami .John Slati'i'. From way
ports V ! I.owiev, 1. D Spencer, wile
ami clilM, .1 O 1'a'rK. jr. .1 A Palmer, .1
W IvclllUa mid wife, II M Ualaiwaa.
Mm K lhikalaan. Mrs 1 Wliliinai-li. I
Si. in- Kapu mill wife, anil !" deck.
FOrTicV VESSELS INPDRT.
II II M S Champion. M flair, fioiu lla-
' S S Xlpsli', Mi't'inloy. from ?auioa
1 S ri Ailatu1'. .1 (J (J ivi'iii1, from Siuiioa
llr slilp lloiiowilali1, (iiiilnlu, limn
I ila I'luutcr, Dow. from S.in I'luud'cn
Am Mvt Irmmil, A II I'.iul, from Sun
Ilk Alex MuNi-ll, 1'ilN, fioni San Kian-
Am likl C C l'linK, A C (.'la-ir. fiom
llr lik Oint'K'i. A V Urown. fiom Hoii"-
Am l-uilil clirOolili'ii Slioii'. Ilonilcr.
Mm, from Xuuiilli, N S W
Haw lis Amliuw U'ololi. W H M.ii-lon.
from San KrancNi.-o
Am likt Holtcit Siiililcn, II ) rilii'ifi.
li'oin Ni'Wi'a'tli', X S W
Am lil. -Maiilila, Siou. fiom I'oil
AniliU Maiy Wlnkc liivm. II XN.-rn.
fioiu San I'rani'Uio
Am lik ('olii-a, It.u'kiii, from Ni;W('a-lli',
x s w
Am 4-iiinli'il -clir K IC Woml. N U I.ar--cii.
fiom XvwcnMli. N S W
Am iul- p.ii'Uri .Morning Star. U V
Oail.inil, fiom South Si'.i MauiK
FOREIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
V a K Cliaik'-lon, romiiioilon- lliown,
(rom San 1'iaiicNro iluc Ma i'J
l'.U.IA ralkciilimj;. fiom IVru. (for
Kaliil'iil) lino May 7
HrMilp llli'iilh'lil salh'il fiom I.hi'r-
pool Apr is, iluo Any: -I
brlir AU'ikliii', fiom Toil I.udlow, ilur
Ilk Ataiaiiia, from I'uot Souinl. ilui
("icr lik Ailoni from liivmcu
(Ji'i-lik Kaut. fiom New Yin K
HI; riiulo .loliu. from Xfwi-arlli'. iIiil'
llkt l)ii'0Vi'ry. Mi'N'i'il. from Sail Krau-
i:loo, tint: May 1 1
II I! M S Ai'orii, irom Kiiilm:ilt, I! 0,
due May :il
iir lik liiiKor from I.onilon. -alluil Apr
1.1, iluo Anj; L'."i
Si'hr.l n Xorth from San Kraueii'o, (en
route for Mahukoiia) iluc .liuu' 1
Am Iji'K' I. ui lino. Matron, fioni San
Fiani'l-ro, ilfii Juiiu 2
II M S S Zcalanilla, fiom San I'l'iinrl-co
cii loiilii to thi! Colonic-, iluc .Imic 7
H M S S Alameda from tint Colonic cu
route to San 1'iancl-co iluo .MayJIl
Haw 8 S Australia fioni ti.in I''r.incl'co
ilue May :su
The Ilrit lik Omega, Capt A Y Itrnwn,
nails to-inoirow hi ballast for lloyal
Ko'iils, Vancouver IkIiuiiI.
The bark Alex McNeil will -all on
Ki May inornlng with about 1700 tun of
sugar' for San Francisco.
The likluo limgmil 1 taking In siifjar
at Ihe Kliiau wliaif.
Tne bktne (,' U Funk smlcil to-ila for
Sail FraucNco with l."i,H'.!i bag sugar
shlppeil as folluw-: M S (iiiuliaiuii A.
Co, 1 1 f ." bags simar; II llaekfeld ,V to,
i::,07l ban". Totals: ii.ll tons; ilom-tle
The -tinr Mlkahal.i brought ye-lerilay
from wluilwmil pint-. "J7!:i bags -ugar,
.si) bajjs coffee, anil "0 liu.nl c.ittle,
AflOI.Fl tllove llultoiier ninikeil
'i: X." Delivery by llniler will
be rewanlt'il bv Paul Xeiunami.
D II AIT L':i:, ilateil May 1 . 1MM, drawn
bv (lay .V llolilnsou on .1. T. Wa
tn Itou-'e for' si;ir.:il In favor of Xaka
niiir.i Ims been lost. 1'aymuiH Ik slopped.
Anyone llniliug ihe abovn draft will
ple.isu ictiuii It to Chilian i Co. f.CH Iw
H KAFT drawn by tiay A:
J on.l.T. Wati'i'liouso tor
In favor of Akamiua anil emloi-eil U,
Akainura anil Aliko. Not eeitaln about
the nitmhi'i' ol cent". Payment Is
YOl.UMKS Ilnoyelopn-dla llilinn-
1 4j nlea, Morocco bound. In good
lomlithm, never ii?eU. Apply at this
olllce. "IW lw
LOCAL & iiiSHIiUL BhVB.
AlivM. at the I'iiIiU'c in pii.jceled
fin Monday iii'vt.
'I'm: n-lccl ('(iiiiiniltoi' mi iipimii
nit till 11 o'clock lnt nielli.
Yk.tkiiihv nflfriHioirx I.ejiM.iliw
puu'cciliiiKH are on tlio fouilli i . Ji
M - - -- - i
A luijjo iilU'iiilniicowiitinl llic Tint
inns Sitmi liaiul ciuiccil l.iM uilit.
Tin: ri'i'.ular ninnlliU' iiii'i'tinj of
lint Y. V. (. T. V. will l; In Id to
niorinw ut 'A p. m. in tin1 Y. M. ('. A.
K i:-.f in view "Tlif I'iimii li J-'jiy"
at I lio Openi llincc I" iiimiiiw
nijiht. Iln. jilan nl .1. H. lliov.n A
A roxcniiT i. iiiiiiotMU'i.'il for June
(Slli in Hie Union m-IkioIIioii-i' ul W'ai
liikti. Ity 1'iiifcwir Aut'ift Srliiniilt
Mini Maui lulciit.
A i.in u:i: fiimi Mr. lliirtliitlinncvv,
in leply li'i Mr. Hull, anil oilier cuin
liiiiiiicateil niiitter, cicwdcd out I'miu
tliii i."iic, wilt iqipcar lO'iiuinnw.
Tin: Mccliiiirciiinl Winl.iimiiioir
1'. 1. Union will inu'l. next 1'iid.iy
cciiinK. Muv r.Olli, ut the Ivniejits "f
1'ylliiith luill, i'l'il -tici., ni "i o'clock
Tin: lniMiiniitivo i iiimi (icn. Yal-l.-jo,
which came hy Hie baikenliiic
l'l. inter finni the CnaM for the O.iliu
liitihvny anil Lund Company, wn
tiaii'poitcd mioi,M (he It.iy lo the
coinpaiiy'-i new laudinu I lii- after
liixiii. Ml!. '.. I. MevelH llil" ncccplcd Ihe
pnilimi of liookkceper for llollislcr
A- Co., vice Mr. Mcniv C. Meyer, ro
Hini'il, and will asinine the ilutiex iii
"iich on June 1st. Mi. i'.. WoiU
lioifc has- Iti'cii appointeii to the po
sition in the I'iisImI Money Oidei dc
P.illiuciil nr ili'il lv Mr. K. Mevci"-.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Special Set vices at (Yiitrul I'liion
Cliiueh, at 7: ID.
Drill Co. ('. Honolulu Killcs,
Oaliu J.odi; No. 1, Jv. of I1., :il
M.yslii- Lodge No. 2, K. of P., at
Services at St. Andrew's Callie
drill, at 7::i().
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
His IC.s'i'cllency J. L. Steens,
I'mleil Slates Minister llesideut,
listened to the Treaty debate in the
House yesleiday morning.
'J'he J 'resilient called the attention
of Hie .Swgoaiit-al-Arnis to uppl.-iiise
from spcetator.s ye.slerday nioi'iiiiij;.
liep. Kaiaehaole made a tlc.elaia
tion of his independence yesterday.
Uep. Ivalua is thanked for furiiisli
in; the Hi 1. 1. 1. UN reporter with a
copy of his lesolutinu. To every
other member may be said,'(iii thou
and do likewise," as it .uves much
ilr. Severance, V. S. Consul-Cen-eral,
was a spectator ol proceedings
The two Majors (Nobles l'arlccr
and Cornwcll) sit side by side.
Reps. U. r. AVileox and J. K.
Hush sil beside each other, both al
ways ready to shako the red rag at
the Ministerial animal.
Major AVodehottse, Nrilish Com
missioner, was in the legislative hall
Noble I'ua and l!eps. "NYliile and
Knhookano bporlcd white loses on
their coats this morning.
Noble McCarthy gave notice of
his Sunday bill to day. The House
didn't smile, because it knows that
Charlie is in earnest.
An immense crowd affording the
time to attend the House constantly
ought to convince even Kep. Knud
sen tiiat the country is enjoying
THE HAMILTON PARTY.
The Hamilton was a scene of
gayety Monday evening. The large
house, situated amidst magnificent
foliage, shone with the daz.ling
brightness of niaffy electuc lights
with which the premises are furnish
ed. Notwithstanding the rain,
nearly all of those invited were pre
sent. The large dining room had been
elegantly prepared for dancing, and
"the light fantastic was tipped"
with true enjoyment until neaily
midnight. The Quintette Club fur
nished music in a meritorious man
ner, singing popular songs between
the dunces. Tempting lufrcshments,
arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton
Johnson, were served during the
evening. The affair was, without
ipiestion, a positive success, and
speaks adtniiably for Hut guests ol
the Hamilton, under whose auspices
the parly was given.
Among those present were:
C'apt. Kllis, Miss Kllis, Mr. and
Mrs. Davis of Sioux City, Misa Car
son, Mis. Lewis, Mrs. M. Schmidt,
Miss M. Lewis. Mr. Lincoln, Mr
and Mrs. J. If. Fisher, Miss K.
Claik, Major and -Mis. Hcbbaid,
Sirs. Dr. Ltindy, Miss Annie Hnl
Rtead, Miss Parinelee, Mr. and Mis.
Hamilton Johnson. Mr. Henner,
Miss Klliolt, .Miss llessio O'Hiien,
Miss Shaw, Miss A. Dudoil, Miss
Tully, Mrs. Fletcher, Miss Jane
Hari', Dr. Anderson, Dr. Furry,
Mr. Jacob Lyons, Mr. M. Ooldber'g,
.Mr. Ciallag!ici',Mr. W'ordswiek, Mr.
Montnaglc, Mr. l'yeser, Mr. Kaiser,
Mr. lirash, Messrs. Ned Lewis, T.
K. Wnll, l K. Nichols, S. 1. Shaw,
F. H. Oat, A. Cinitenberg, Z. K.
Meyers, J. C. Lane, Y Hicliard.on,
K. Woltuer, K. II. Thomas. W.
t). Lackland, and others,
1H!,Y lilfM,i!i'llt1i HUHOUtUI i, t.i
SIX I'll DAY,
Wi'tMMt, May '.'.
vtni.'NiMi si -vr;.
The Legisnlie Asscmlily met a I
10 a. in., and win opened with the
liep. Apiki pteiented a petition
from K'aii, with '.in sign:ittircH, lor
$IJ00tl--Sl,JU(i(l fin coiuplcting toad
Irom Hlleu to Palial.i. four miles j
S.'tllOO for completing the new toad
fi om l'uualitii to Hilea. Public
Kep. Knpaehaole presented a peti
tion horn Molukni. raing lorSKJlH)
lor a bridge ul Ilalaw'a, Jip.'dO.for
extending the wharl at Ivamalo,
55PJOO lor lepairing the Kuiiiiakakni
wharf, and HHl) lor :t bridge over
the stream at llonobwai. Public
liep. Kama! pn'-cntcd a petition
fiom liana, that an Knglish school he
established in each election distiict,
and that schools taught in the Ha
waiian language be ic-establMii'il.
F.dttcation coininiltee. Al-o, a peti
tion thai native Hawaiians be foi bid
den to nioi tgage their lands to people
of other i aces. Jmliciarv commit
tee. i'ep. Waipitilani piesentrd a peti
tion li oiii Kona that UK)0 be appio
priated for a wharf at llookena,
$1000 for dieduing at the smne
ilace. SI 000 for Napoopoft landintr,
and ."110 lor whaif at Hiuiaiiuau.
nr.i'iiirr- or mviviii ir.t.
Kep. Kalita staled tha. the judi
ciary coininiltee could not do any
thing owimi to Noble Yv'ideuiann's
resignation and Hep. Rosa's atten
tion to the select committee on opium
Tin' Pres'dent later appointed
Rep. Nawahi to the vacancy caused
by Noble Wideinanu's resignation in
Ihe judiciary committee, and Rep.
Cuiniuiugs to the vacancy similarly
caused in the public lands coininil
Noble Haldwin moved, seconded
by Noble Vv'ulbridgp, tiiat the invi
tation of (leo. Y. DeLonij Post, tJ.
A. R.. to Decoration Dav services
be accepted with thanks. Catried.
Minister Thurston submitted the
repoil of the Hoaid of Health in
Kuglisli, the native version not yet
.Minister Damon placed hi? room
at Ihe service of committees.
Noble McC'ailhy gave notice of a
bill lo icgulale the obseivauce of
Sunday. Also, of a bill to prevent
the importation of material lor pub
lic woiks. Also, of a bill to pro
mote the circulation of the periodi
cal Paradise of the Pacilic.
Rep. Kaluagavc notice of a bill
lo provide for taking water from
W'ailukii stream to supply YVailuku
Hop. Kapaehaole read a first time
a bill to repeal Chap, fid, Laws of
1.H8S, relating to the protection of
Rep Kahookano read a first time
a bill to amend Sec. .SO.'!, Civil Code.
Rep. Yv'aipuilani gave notice of
a bill to encourage the cultivation
of colfee; aUo, of a bill to repeal
Chap. CO, Laws of 1888, relating to
Justices of the Supreme Couit;
also, of a bill to provide for the care
of lepei'n on each island.
Noble Crabbe presented a ques
tion to the Attorney-General, asking
for the causes of keeping a special
police foicc in Honolulu during the
last two months.
Noble Miillcr presented the fol
lowing: "Was any armed force at the
Station House during the nights of
the 17th and -J'-'d of Apiil, 1K!10, or
any other night between the middle
and end of April?
"If so, for what reason?
"Was there any reason at that
time to suspect the disturbance of
the peace or public tranquillity in
"If so, upon whal authoiity or
repot Is was such fear or suspicion
"Had His Kxceileucy the Attorney-General
any knowledge of Ihe
so-called Law and Order organisa
"If so, had he sanctioned the
same, or, to his knowledge, had it
been sanctioned by the Cabinet,
and for what reason or purpose?"
iii:iu:it or Tin; dav.
Rep. Kalua moved the older of
tlie day which carried.
Rep. J. T. linker was called to
Hie chair of committee ol the whole,
and staled Ihe business to be the
consideration of the reply to His
Rep. Bush read a speech in Kng
lish, afterward speaking in Hawai
ian, to explain the action of the
committee in preparing the diaft
submitted. He disclaimed partisan
intention on the pail of the commit
tee. The Minister ot the Interior
saw political feeling where none ex
isted. It was beating the air lor
the Minister to object to the com
mittee's objection against the pio
posal to pledge the country's credit
for au ocean cable. There was
danger to the countiy's prosperity
in the MuKiulcy tatiif bill befoi'ti
Congress, and it was not improper
for this Assembly to openly recog
nize its sense of that danger. The
speaker spoke ot the practice in re
plying to the speech from the throne
in monarchical countries, holding
Htftl lilt1 tdmti,lltn' tiinii hi'd
liollulip (it impiopl'iely in II. Il
look a conservative viiw I hat he be
lieved rellecled the opinions of the
Rep. lit own said consistency vas
a jewel Intl. it had not been shown
by the lion, member who hail just
'at down. The other day that ncn
tlemaii said the appicheudcd elicil;
to our pinvperily was giouuded on.
tii'st, tie Mini'-tr lui render of
tie independence ol the Lslati !,
end, secondly, on I he late
keeping of an armed force at the
Station House. Today, it was all
on mi until of changes anticipated
in the I'lilted Stales tariff. These
differing explanations showed dupli
city on the pait of the member lor
Kooluupoko. The speaker thought
there was not a member who did not
desire to piouiote the piopetity and
preset ve the independence of this
kingdom, lie gave the lion, mem
ber ctedil lor being willing to accept
Rep. Richard sa'd the King's
niessMge was based on fads regard
ing the ptospeiity of Ihe kingdom
during the pat two years. Could
those facts be contradicted? If not
theie was no justification lor Ihe
sentiment of the committee to which
objection was taken. The commit
tee evaded the fact by using the
word "fair" instead of "gieat" in
referring lo the prosperity of the
pat period. It is not wisdom to
anticipate checks to our prosperity.
Noble Macfarlane thought a great
deal of lime had been wasted over a
matter that might have been dis
posed of in live minute'. Theie
wa no occasion for the. whole houp
having been cnt thundering over
the paity lines when theie vas no
partisan question to be settled. He
was confident that the committee
had no intention of com eying a hid
den meaning in its icport. He
would siigget an amendment to
slop this useless debate and allow
the House to go on with its legiti
mate business. They did not pro
pose to leceive any Ministerial
amendments; if the reply was to be
amended they should do it them
selves. He moved to substitute the
following for 'the passage, referring
lo a "check": We recognize that
a lair degree of prosperity has been
enjoyed by your Kingdom during
the past biennial period, and hope
that the policy of youi Government
will be directed lo the continuance
ol that prosperity without affecting
the independence ol our country."
lie also moved to substitute the ia-t
sentence w itli the following : "There
fore we shall carefully consider the
wisdom of pledging the national cre
dit tor such a woik."
Rep. Kutidsen said: Unhappily I
am one ol this committee appointed
to prepare a reply to His Majesty's
sprech. (Reads Minister's amend
ment. ) The amendment of the Minis
ter of Interior reads very faiily, but
it reads too fairly. When I read the
reply to His Majesty's speech very
caiefully I saw nothing wrong with
it, and i see nothing wrong with it
now alter reading it in the newspa
per. 1 think the prosperity ol the
country is "fair," but it is not
"great." II is not unexampled as
said by an lion, member yesterday.
It may be prosperous in one line,
and yet not for the whole country.
I have the honor lo represent the
District of Waimca and Niihau.
There the sugar is as prosperous as
ever. While there is prosperity
there is not great prosperity. In
the last two years there have been
every week sales of mortgaged
lauds. The prosperity of the coun
try is in small farms, and, if the
condition of farmers is such that
they have to be sold out for mort
gages, there is no great prosperity.
1 have seen by the papers that farms
have been sold for mortgages from
Hawaii to Niihau. I have put my
name to this because I believe it is
true. There is a fair degree but
not a great degree of prosperity. I
will vole for the reply as given into
the House by the committee. I cer
tainly question the wisdom of pledg
ing the country's credit. I wouldn't
say il if I didn't. I therefore move
that the committee recommend Hie
House to adopt this reply as handed
in by tho committee.
Noble J. M. Horner seconded
Noble Macfarlane's motion.
Noble Cornwcll wished to explain
his vote. Tho draft had not been
stibniilted lo him. It was handed to
him alter tho House was in session,
and he had no opportunity of pio
perly considering the icpoit before
lie signed it.
Minister Thuistnn said, In refer
ence to Noble Macfarlane's refusal
to accept a Ministerial amendment,
that it was a constitutional privilege
ol the Ministers to vote. However,
theie was no essential difference be
tween their amendments, and he
would suppoit that of the lion. No
ble. Hop. P.rovvn moved that the com
mittee recommend the House to
adopt the reply a- amended by No
Hep. Kapaehaole was alad that
members in favor of adopting the
report yesterday had come over to
the other side. (Laughter.)
Tho amendment carried, Rep.
Knudsou only voting against it.
Tho coininiltee rose and repnited
accordingly, and, on motion ol Rep.
lirowu, seconded by Noble lscn
borg, the reply as amended was or
dered to be engiossed and conveyed
to His Majesty by the committee.
Rep. Hrown moved the House ad
journ. Rep. Lucas moved the I louse take
recess till 1 :.'!(). This idea of aib
I joitruiiiji fiom day to day is all non
JMV S, )
ri - - .
eriiM Mil! tv'll
IM In iv I lil
Noble IS.ditu in enliyidetcil It, was
true economy of time to give Ihe
ronimitlof- time lo do their work.
At PJtL'O Ihe House adjourned till
10 o'clock a. m. to-nioriow.
THE NEW Q.UMTEHS OF THE i
STEIHin CilcS5 CLUB. ;
(III the 1st of June next the Sti-i- J
nil Clics (lub lake po' session of
incir new quaricis on im.ea sneer,
II the preiin-its adjoining the I!iiiisi
Club oti Ihe makai side: but not Ini
purposes of pl.iy. however, as it will
require a little time ,rt to luriiisli
and put the place in order.
When this is done, the date of
the opening night will be publicly
aiinoiineeJ, when all who take au
intere-t in this noble palitue aie
coidia'ly invited to be present.
It was inleiidid lo have elietrie
lights, hut the Government have so
many applications ahead that the
club committee have had to be satis
fied with kerocne for a lime.
A chess Itbiary will be at Ihe dis
posal of member, and the latest
chess periodicals will always be
found on file.
After a few mouths have elapsed,
when the plavers feel more at home
with each olhei and the illative
strength of their play has been care
fully tested, it is sugeosled thai a
chess tournament be held, in which
a ptize will go to the winner of the
most games, a brilliatuy prize to the
winner of the be-l fought game,
Problem tournaments and private
matches will be eonsuteied later on.
In a word then, cveiy i fforl. will
be made to keep up the interest, and
not allow it to thi?.
It has been said that Ibis club,
like everything else started in Hono
lulu, v"j die a natural death in a
short time. Now, this club is dis
posed to look on the bright side
only, and it will tiy to keep p-ice
with the cloud and keep the silver
lining always in view.
To litis end au earnest appeal is
now made to all chess players in the
kingdom lo assemble around the
gentle Caissa's throne.
The Steinit Club has to-day a
membership of .I."), but to be placed
on a permanent footing, beyond the
perailventure of a doubt, it will be
necessary to preserve an active
membership of r least .Id.
The entiancc tee is 8o and
monthly dues SI. Applications for
membership addressed lo the club
coininiltee will receive immediate
attention. This committee consists
of the following gentlemen:
Hi nee Call wright, President.
AV. R. Sims, Secretary.
Geo. K. Thrum, Treasurer.
CAHD OF THANKS.
Prof. G. Sauvlct hereby lenders
his thank's to the ladies and gentle
men of the Mikado Company for
their kindness in giving hiin'a be
'I'lir A 1 SI-iiiiis1iIi
" Sagami Maru,
Will leave (loiiobi'n Im the above pnit'
on a- iiIioiil
If' For freight or iiHjri, leivln
biipc rlor f.ihiii mill steerage' uccnmino
ihitloii!;, upply to
Wm. 0. IRWIN & Co.,
ADHMISTBATOB'S SALE !
On TI1URSDAV, IHsiy gmii,
.IT V4 O'CLOCK XOO.V,
I will -ell at Public Auetlmi, at Mr. S.
Oillcu', Wiiliitmlc, Koiilaii, (hiliu,
20 Horses and Colts,
Mine or lo-: .mil
2 Pair of WORKING OXEN,
l'.c lunging to tin' l;liile n .1. (ile.r--oli.
J'.x Lute Arrivals fiom AueUlaml
a Uliuire ,o of
lew Zealand Oats
Suitnltlo Fur Knoiui; Stoitk.
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
A(c:nutiiil? UolkctorJ, (,'onimljiilim A;;oats nnJ
Cmtom Iloaao L'rcVtn.
Aie ut nil tiinei prcpimd to yvr
form mi) ilcsciiptioii ot ( leiieul Win I:
such lis Allitllluj; Areniiiils, l'utiiu; iit
Tiiiib'Rini'ii'h Ilniil.s, .Miil.ini; liiveiiiiiiles
ol .Stock, Knijroshiii; Liipul Docimiuiiit.,
Etc Otnjicit'iit mill Ittlcible Freight
Clerks lor the delivery .uid titllying ol
tTOillee at IlusTvci: A Honr.ins'o.NV,
QuiTii Mtrei't 1'osi Olllrn llo. 18!t, .Mu.
tu.il Telcnljiir.f II': Hell Telepliime -JU.
-f, r t -,- - -
Society of tho
Are now ellin' Iheii I'ouiU. -uid upon
(me or lusiiiaike goes vulh even Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms oifo:ed by this
original and progress.'. e Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHH.DRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
'J'he Company is equitable, its p'lyments piompt and certain, .Mid It's
(From the Xw! 1'ur: 'w, April -Uli, IS'JO.)
Tim I.:uo.d Iln.sini-ss Kvcr Transacted !' a liifu Assur
The new business of the Kquilable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fikti'
Million Doi.i.ai:. This is at the rate nit ko hwulrul millions or'ii.mir
muxor tin c-ii and is unprecedented in the annuls of life assurance.
Csjy'Inforuntion cheet fully furnished to any who will write to or c.tll
upon the undersigned at his nllico.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquilable Life Assurance. Societv
of the P. S. Jan-l-iifl
I) E U G 8&CH E M I C ALS !
Toilet Articles-, I'ine Veilui-if ,fc Soaju. ratcnt Meili
miOH, Homeopathic lit im .lies.
Of Kvery Description.
CIGARS, CIGARETTES & TOBACCO !
.MANTmriPRRRrf OK TIIL CLI.KURATKl)
Hollisfer's Ginger Ale & Soda Waters
PSLN'Ci KXCLl'SIVi:i.Y THE
HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM
FOR ALL AFILVIKD UKVLILUiLS.
UW vmtT MTKKHT. ;;:;:; IIOXOHH.IT.
). 11. IliAiutv. IV'slileut iV Mumigfi. Juitv Knv, Viee-l're-itlenr
Coiii'Ki.Y IIkuvvn, ciecieiiiiy ci Tn'.ismer. C'Ktai. Biujwn, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
5ipo.SprocUolM' Jtanlt, : Fort Siiti'l. llonolnlu.
JMl'OJtTKKS and DEA.LEKS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Usnuiue Hnviland China, plain and docoratoil; and Wedtycwocd
1'iano, Library ,fc .Stand Lump, Chandeliers it Kleetolierp,
L.wnp Tixiuies of nil kinds, A complete asorim'l of Drill k rile.
Tim "fi.uelle" Il-wheeled Kidini,' 1'low A: Equalizer,
llluebe.ird Itice l'luvv, 1'l.iute' Steel ,t (Joomu cl:cd lloep,
LAUD, CYLINDEU, KEUOSEN'E, LLN'SEBU.
L'uintii, Varnisheh .t Ilrnsheo, Manila A Sial llojic,
HANDLES- OF ALL KLN'D.,
JtIose, 1-ioHC, IIoko,
JlIJJinEU, WIHE-HOI'ND of superior quality, A STEAM,
Aij.ile Iron Waie, Silver l'hiled Yaic, Table A Pocket Cutlery,
l'l'tvvder, Shot A aps, Tim Oclebr.iled"Cbib" Maebine-loadcd Oiiitrid-,
Hart's I'jteuL "Duplex" Die Slock for 1'ipe A Hull Thieudini,',
lliirliiiairs Steel Wire Fence A Steel Wire Maip,
Win. ti. Fisher's Wrought Steel linages
Onto Citv Stone Fillers,
"Xew rroco6h" Twiht Urills,
nov-2!l-.Sfl XenlV Carriapo l'airilH.
' JXjjutitit ltUwli ?Cih.
. in '. vmn K 1 . . . -i , . J -v. W L
; Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
i Chandsliers, Lamps and. Lanterns,
i WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
Houso Keeping Goods,
; PLUMBING, TIN, COPEE AND
0.M Sneet Xron Work.
- tr. - . . . - -
JS TllliTlMli I
oay terms. The additional fen-
.."3 Ct t)'5' Jiiiic Htrool,
iH- i4..iW''i- '-HQV
.. ,. .,... .K&. .lift &&&,