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DAIL BULLJETIUI : HONOLULU, U. J., MAY 81, IMUO..
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SATURDAY, MAY 31, ISl'O.
0A1IU RAILWAY ft LAUD COMPAHY'S
Leave Honolulu. . ..
Arrive Honolulu ...
-.I.'NIIAV I lt.Vl.NS.
A.M. V. M.
Leave Honolulu... 9:i;0 12:;10
AiilveMnnana ...1U:1S 1:18
Leave Mamma.... 11:00 l:i:i
Alllvc Honolulu... 11:43 Ui'M
Stuir Kiiiitu f i oin Hawaii aud 3Ir.nl
Schr luivvallanl fiotn Koolau
Tern Alll:iifioni Komi
jiclir KnMolfioin t'nna
11 B MS Acorn, from Esquimau, B 0,
May 81 -Ilk
A 1?:: McNeil, Frdj, lor San Fran-
Selir Kaiiikeaoull for Kohala
b S Alameda l(ii San Francisco at 11
Am bktlrtngard, A 11 I'aul, lor San
Fianehco 1 I) in
Am bKt Mnry Wlido linsn, 11 Nlsseti,
for Poit Tovviisend
VCSSELB I.CAV tIG MONDAY.
fctmr Kiiulu lor Kllauea aud llnunlei
'1 p in
fltmr Mokolll for MoloUui at 5 p in
Shnr .(At ummlns for Koolnu at 9 a in
Stmr Lclitia for Ilam.kuu 5 p in
Scbr Kawallani for Koolau
-chr Mlllc Moiris fur Koolau
from wlndwaid ports pertmr Kinan,
Mny'Sl lion A T .)iidd, wife aud son.
Mis C Fumeans, 'ra A B Lobeustein
and '2 children, U MeLenrrin and wife,
Mrs A .lolinoii and 3 chlldien, h M
llllebeock, jr, II U Ketehum, II C
lutes. J SCaii.nio, I Poiter, D Pul
lard, Z lui!.IU, 0 Kokl, 211S3 Ida West-el,
Mis .1 S Smithies, s MoL'nuley,
Clun-r Kim. Bovs S L Dcsba. L K Ka
lawv. V Kaiiiuu, .1 Kaliuo, tj C Lnhiau,
A Pall, S K MaUahiki. J K Hlbln, (J M
Kamak'iwiwoole and S W Kekuevva;
! Latlnop, W li Wood, F 15 Uiiuulejjee,
liro HertrHin, MUs Kcpola Koki, i.Us
ludakla Kokl und 8.1 deck.
For San Fruuuhco per S S Alameda,
May Ul V II G Amemann, E'H unlia,
MUsV L Gllllland, J H (JilUUiiid,.!
llymin and wife, .1 V Boyke, V i leaves
and wife, II Ewinj; an I wife, Miss L
Atwood, F Atwoocl, V S Jt-ty, H C
AVard and 208 in transit.
For San Fr.incl'co per bkt Irmnrd,
May 31 Mrs Phillips and 'J chlldien,
31r5 HmIiii, II (J Meyer. Mrs Lundy and
child, Mrs Todd ancl'Capt Aoki-rman.
For Port 'i'ewnsend per bkt Mnrv
Wiukcln)3ii,May31-J , Iliissard, W
OIeon,nnd MUs M Stambaugli.
For ban Francisco per bk Alex Mc
Neil, May 31 J K Blown and son.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
II B M S Champion, St Clair, from Ila-
TJ S S Xlpslc, McCurley, from Samoa
U S S Adams. .1 G Greene, from Samoa
Br f-hlp Bonowdale, Guthrie, from
Bkt Planter, How, from Pan Francisco
Am bkt O U Funk, A C G laser, from
Br bk Omega, A V Brown, from Hong
kong Am 4-inttd selir Go'den shore, Honder.
sou, from Newcastle, N S vv
Haw bk Andrew Welch, W JI Marston.
from San Fiancls-eo
Am bkt Kobert Sudden, II O Ulberg,
from Newcastle, X S W
Ain bk Maillda, bwlsson, from Port
Am bk Colusa, Backus, from Newcastle,
X S W
Am 4-nmsted pchr E K Wood, N C Lar-
aeu, Itom Xeweanlc, N H W
Am miss packet Morning Star, G F
Garland, from South Sea Islands
The Klnau this morning brought 8S30
bags sugar, 82 bags potatoe, 10 bags
coin, 3a eases pineapples. 00 plus, 103
bdls hides, 1 house, 1 mule, and 150
'ihe ftmr Jus Makce brought yester
day 4-10 bags sugar from Kapaa, and the
.1 A Cuunnins 700 bags of sugar from
The stmr Kaala brought 2100 bags su
gar from Kauai vesterday.
The Brit bk DcanileUI, Captain Ir
vine, was loiding at han Francisco for
Uambmg, .May 2.1.
The bktue Mniy Wlnkelman, Capt II
Xlssun, sails this afternoon In ballast
for Port Tow nscud.
The tern3 Alcalde and J G North, both
lumber laden for Messrs Leweis &
Cooke, nro at anchor hi sticaui. Thcv
are walling for bcubs where to unload
The bl: A lex McNeil took to-day for
San Francisco, S3,So bag3 sugar and
1503 bags rice. The eaigo was valued
at i?l 1(1,197.23.
The bktue Irragard takea 18,W-r) bags
fugar valued at 093,'.'el.57 lor Sun
' Arrived: May 22, stmr Kllauca Hon,
Kawiiiliae; 2t,tmr Ktn'aii from Ilono
In u and vv ay ports ; CO, stmr Kiuau from
Hllo and way pons.
Saled: May 22, stmr Kllnue.i Hon
for Honolulu and way pons; 21, stmr
Klnau for llllo and way ports; 30. wtmr
Kliuufor Honolulu and way pons.
Anived May 21, brig Lurllnc, Matron,
San Fraucisi-o, with a lull cargo; 23,
fehr Dora liluhm, Moore, San Fran
cisco. MMWgJI'a-ltfw,w,,"WI "'
At a meeting of the Board of
Underwriters, held Thursday after
noon, the committee- previously ap
pointed for tho purpose reported on
tests made of kerosene oil in theGov
einment warehouse, l'earl oil, ex
cepting in otic caBo, was found to bo
below tho requirements of law.
Aloha oil stood tho lest. Messrs.
bwanr.y, Paty. and Opfergelt wero
appointed a committee ,to present
tho mattcrto the Government. It was
thought that thu legal test should bo
rateed to U0 degrees at least.
LOCAL & CEt&fiAl. HW3.
A position' of head lima Is ivanttd.
- .--- - - -
and Hawaii play lull
Tin; native preachem annul
.Lvs. F. Morgan will hold monthly
sales of live stool:.
J. IIoTtxo h ildi
i:. S. Cunru'u
power of attorney.
A G. A. It. badge found awaits
owner at this office.
G. O. BEt'CER
Tlmmcd it M.oik".v
ii agent for the
.Lvs F. Morgan will tell houses mid
colli fo: Iho O. R. it L. Co., Monday
Mil. H. W. Schmidt has our thanks
for newspaper ripoiis of llio (.irill
To-Momtow, June 1st, Tiinily Sun
tiny, an English sermon will be de
livered at the Catholic Cathedral of
Honolulu, at the 7 a. m. mats
Captain- Tl G. Morto, of tlio S S.
Alameda, hurl hi. left knee while
taking ln- d.iily e.teiciso Thursday,
and was limping ycalciday in eons
Tin: (teainship Alameda loft for
Han Francis-co at 12 o'clock noun An
immente crowd was on the whaif to
bid adieu to departing frio'-nls. The
band played r.a Usual, to the delight
of the ptusenyors.
On- the police force Lieut. Kauiaua
to-day becomes Captain inttad of
W. Iireen, resigned, fiergeant Kai
em; take3 Kaiiiaua's pi. ice as Lieu
tenant. Private J. Knuhanc takes
Kftiena'.'i place asi benjeant.
Tun b.'iu-l w.io laying nil day and
evening ji'oli'id.iy, .mil .it the de
parture of I In- Alaiin-iia to-day, '1 hero
will there foi e b nobody me in enough
to complain :U lb'1 omission of the
Emma Square emie' rl this afteiiiDon.
3fn. J. E. Bioivn, of the linn of J.
E. Brown it Co., left on the Alex
ander McNeil for fiiin Francisco to
day. The object of the trip is be.illh.
Jack hat been pretty sick htely, and
hopes to be ietorcd to health by l lie
Ak unusually lnigo concoui?" of
people gathered at tho Hawaiian
Hotel In liaten to the band conceit
last night. Tho Australia's and
Alameda's pnssenois weie pioini
nent in tho company, and ninny ex
clamations of admiration iejpeeting
the band's plajing w'eie her.nl.
Bif.LY Riclifudson, driver for tho
rcojdo'H leo Co., and Hosier, diiver
for the Union Ice Co., had a quarrel
this morning, nnd ltichaulsou bo
came a bloody eight. When seen at
the Police Station, Richardson's head
and chest were coveted with blood
which llovvcd from three ugly wounds.
Richardson said llopier btruclc him
three times with tho ice tongs. He
would not care much if hi-, skull had
not been fractured. Dr. McGicw was
called to attend to the injured man,
while the other fellow was locked up.
DELL BUOY FiiUKD.
Several weeks ago, Captain Ro
bettsou of tho btigantino G'onauelo
reported having passed at sea about
loO miles from Knhului a large
beacon buoy with a bell attached to
it. Last week, that buoy reached
Ilnnauiaulu, Kauai, nnd caused no
little excitement among the quiet inhabitant-!.
Mr. John Gandle, the
head luna of Mr. Wilcox's planta
tion, with the assistance of his men,
hauled the buoy over the reef to the
beach, where it lay till it was ship
ped .o Honolulu by tho steamer
James Makee arriving hero yester
day morning. The buoy is now
lying at the Fort street wharf where
curious sight-seers are visiting it.
TKE SPECIAL MEETINGS.
The Central Union Church was
well filled last night to hear Mr.
Sayford preach his last week-evening
sermon. Ho read tho sixth
chapter of Isaiah and then spoke in
an able,intei esting and powerful man
ner on tho verses read. His theme
was "willingness to do Christian
vvoik," and he stated that ignorance
and selllshness were the real hind
rances to missionary cfl'oit. At the
close was a short testimony service
in which iunliy young peoplu took
Evangelist Sayford will preach
by request and for the last time in
Central Union Church on Sunday
evening, at 7:30 o'clock.
It was slated during the month of
February last, that tho O. R. R. &
L. Co. 's trains would have connec
tion with tlio deep wuter in the'bay,
by Juno 1st. Tbu connection has
been made two days ahead of time.
Yesterday, two ochooners, ono at
tho railroad wharf and the other at
tho scow landing, wo io unloading
GOOO i ail road ties for tho company.
A 22$-ton locomotive was taken
across thu bay on ti scow tho pre
vious day and hauled up on the
trade on the new wharf. Tho O.
I'. It. & L. Co.'s traitm now run as
far as Mr. C. A. Brown's place,
Yalpio, and the extension of the
road is being continued at tho rate
of one-third of a ratio per day. The
contract, Mr. Dillingham says, will
be finished next Tuesday or Wed
nesday, and tho lino will then bo
about 15 miles long,
JL "The D.itlv Bullutlii." (50 ecntH
I or month-
Tlii.Wiitcr (IVistun) lor Apill,
icfcrring to llie "mine than oidin
niy hiicecss as a veisu wiiter'' of
Mis. Fiance- L. Mncc, author of
"Uinh'i I'alin and l'ine," s-iyf-:
".Mis. Mace ii thu miluiir of many
religion pooiun, the most widely
known if which is "Only Waiting,'
In use for thiity yean in many
hymnals and books uf -acre. I song,
aud leccntlv translated into Ha
waiian ond frequently sung by the j
natives in tin- bumlnkh Islands. It j
was originaliv printed ne u contrlbu- i
tioa to the Waterville (Me Mail,
September 7, LSOi,"
The Writer, in a iiit'iiWuu of Unb
elt Loin- Sleveiinon's intciillo'is,
says tliitl "in biniina Mr. Stcveii'-oii
had ns his companion Jorcpli Story
tho artist." .Such is Intnc. Of
course our eld friend Joseph Slnitig
Thu MIs-sos Dill have stalled u
school in Loudon for women com
positors, tendcis, shiirthiiml w liters,
reporters, and journalists. After
thorough Ins'.ruetioti ilicir note
lakers ate despatched to repoit
meetings,or write descriptive u
ports of e'very-dny ocouiicnees.
Representative Iawler lias intio
dn (I in Congress a resolution di
recting the public printer, in all
works for Congress and hr the de
partments hcgnii after tin: passaac
of the resolution In adopt tlio fol
lowing rules for amended spellings,
except in educational and other
works where a diffci cut orthography
may be lequhed: (I) "Dtop ue at
the end of words like dialogue,
wheio the preceding vowel is short.
(2) Diop Until o in such words as
definite, wliie the preceding vowel
is short. (.'!) Drop llnal te in words
liUe cpui telle. (4) Drop final me
in wruds like programme. (.))
Change ph to t in words like phan
tom and telegraph. (6) Sub'-tilutu
o for the diphthongs ie aud c when
they have the sound of that lettt r."
Colonel Iligginson and Mrs. S. A.
Bigelow havo in preparation a vol
ume of about two hundred und fifty
scicctid sonnets by Ameiicau v.ril
cis. "A Digc-t of English und Ameri
can Literature," tho last vvoik of
the late Prof. A. II. Welsh, is now
in the press of b. C. Griggs A. Co.,
The Chautauqua Press will issue
in the spring an English Literature
piepared by Prof. Hoary A. llecrs.
of Yule University.
"Thou Shalt Not" is in its one
hundred and twentieth edition, a
iccord for llio first twelve iiioulu
probably unexcelled by auy Ameri
can work of fiction. A year ago
Mr. Portor ("Albert Ross") was
practically unknown. Now the pub
lic demand for his works is said to
be nearly a thousand copies a day.
Harper's Magazine will reach its
fortieth anniversary with tho June
number. It was in tho beginning
purely eclectic, containing only tlio
best work3 of Dickens, Bulwer,
Thaekerpy, Lever, and other distin
guished writers, culled from Eng
lish periodicals. Henry J. Ray
mond was the first editor. The
"Editor's Drawer" in Harper's
takes its name from the accidental
fact that a drawor in tho desk of
Fletcher Harper had become the re
ceptacle for all soits of odds aud
ends of senii-bttsiuess, somi-litcrary
coirespondcuce, hits of pleasantry
in prose and poetry, and miscel
It is s.iid the Scribners paid S 10,
000 for the American rights to
G. P. Piitnam'rf Sons are begin
ning tho publication of a series' of
"Heroes ul the Nations," under thu
editorial charge of Evelyn Abbott,
of Baliol Collego, Oxford.
Tho Author (Boston) says:
"Tho beautiful poom by James
Jeffrey Koclio in ilia " Atlan
tic Aiontnty ior April was in
spired by liic tragic death of
his brother, Paymaster John Roche,
of Ilion, N. Y., who was ono of tho
American naval olllcers that perish
ed in the memorable storm in Apia
harbor, off Samoa."
A Woman's Press Club ha-; been
organized in Atlanta, Georgia, with
A portion of the Rijoii Company,
ns-sisted by Mrs. Darto, the talented
book agent, gave two perfoimances
in Koliula, first night at Kaiupihi
Hall, well attended by all llio elite
of the district; second performance
at Mukapala Hall, not so well at
tended. From what wo hear ono
dose is always sufllciont for the good
pcoplo of Kohala. The company
loft Kohala in a whale boat for Ku
kttihaele to catch tho steamer Iwa
luni for Honolulu.
Rev. Father Oliver, thodoscrvodly
popular priest ot Kohala, gave hu
Easter Feast to bin parishioners
last Sunday, '25th inst., on the church
grounds at ilalawa. There was a
very largo attendance of parishioners
and other friends. Sociability and
religion always mix well and produce
good. This feast had been post
poned from Easter Sunday on ac
count of thu continued late rains
and in consequence of had roads.
May !10, 18'J0.
Gladstone has written a letter in
connection with the matter, in which
ho says Russia is justified in return
ing the note in regard to this treat
ment of exiles with a communication
calling the attention of llio British
Government to Iho brutal slaughter
of tho Irish puoplo at Mltcliellstown
lomo timo ago,
Louis T. Valentino, of llono
Hawaiian Hands, m
T. Ridenbangh, of St
were united In marring- on
f., 1MI0, at Philadelphia, i
l'oiin. , by the Rev. William M. def
ied', Rector of the Chinch of the j
Nalivitv . j
Mrt. Rideubaugli belongs to one
ot the oldest and must aristocratic
families in Kentucky, being the only
daii'.'href of tho late Oeotge Yomijt. I
picsiiliiit and otwicr of the Ashland
ijauuoi i.i-uiucKy,ami grauii itaugu
tcr of the wriri'd-ienowed emgcoii
Uphr.ilui McDowell the father of
ovail ilomy also gtand-nlece of the
illustrious statesman Henry Clay,
and great giand-datightcr of Isaac
Sliflhy, tlr-t govenmrof Kentucky.
All. Valentino is from one ul tin!
old Kuickeibocker faiuilic-. of the
City of New York, and for many
years occupied a prominent position
ns head uf a large importing and
commission house in that city. Dur
ing tin: past two years Mrs. Rulen
haugli has bron engaged in writing
the biography ot her illustrious
grandfather, which woik is now in
pipy, and after the adjustment of
her business affair.s will make her
future home in Honolulu, the resi
dence of her husband. American
Geo. W. DeLotnr Post, G. A. R ,
observed Memorial Day yesterday
afternoon by inarching lj Nuuauu
Cemetery and there decorating wlih
llovvcii the graves of American -ol-dicr-.
The Post under Commander
V. Turrill was attended by the Royal
Hawaiian Band and escorted b the
Honolulu Rillfs battalion and de
tachment 3 of marines and blue jackest
from tho United Stales ships Adams
and Nipsic. There was a noticeable
diminution in the miisler of local
veterans from former years. Some
have died, others, once prominent
figures, were ill or absent fioui other
causes. His Eiccelloiiey .1. L.
Stevens, United States Minister Resi
dent, and Mr. 11. W. Severance,
Consul-General, in a carriage fol
lowed the Post. The orator of the
day was Quartermaster R. J. Greene.
Rev. E. G. Beckwith, D. D., pro
nounced tlie benediction. As usual,
besides the decoration of soldier's
graves by tho veterans, other graves
were strewn with flowers by bereaved
relatives and frieinh.
An address is ptiblshed in Eng
land, rigned hj J251 persons, includ
ing lords and commoners protest
ing to the Czar against the treat
ment of Siberian exiles. Tlie sign
ers ask the Government to address
the Czar diplomatically in regard to
the treatment of exiles.
. r. badgt:.
call at this ofilce.
QIX Good Needle Women. Call at
O Mis. Mtills's, Fort street, imine
diatclv. a;7 1w
POSITION as Head Luna on a
t- plantation by a man of lone; ex
perience on these Islands. Unexcep
tionable lofcienees. Address Luna,"
this olllcc. '") lw
GOLD Glove Btittoucr inaiked
i: X." Delivery bv tinder will
be ie wauled by Paul Neumann.
DRAFT M3, dated .May I , KS00. draw n
by (Jay &, Roblncoii on J. T. Wa
teihoiie for si:j.").:il in f ivor of Xnl.ii
iniira has been lost. PaymeiiMs stopped.
Anyone finding the above draft will
please return It io i hnl in A Co. ".fill 1 w
on .L T.
awn hy (,ay A Ilniilns-oii
Waterhoiiie for iSH'.l.ns
In favor of Akanuua and endor-ed by
Al.'amura aud Ahko. Not eel lain about
the number of cents. Pnym-nt Is
7 URN I SHED or Unfur-
ni-lied Room-,, slunly or
In suite, oh King treet near
the Reformatory School. Lai go and
airy; b.iiliiooiu conuccied, Applv at
thl olllie. ."ii!" Iw
Hawaiian Bell Telephone,
THE follow Ins new telephones have
been added to the i-yMeni
pinco the issue of tho hut subfei'lbcvs'
lUt, dated A jnil, 1S0O:
I Schmidt .t nn, II V,'
100 llnin-., Mrs. I II. jr, ici
121 llushee, .1 L, res
KU liascinaiiu, A II, ics
220 Waller, G, ies
214 Xaone, A B, ie
2.15 Aid it Co
-18.1 Smith. A L
h"t Dodge, I" S, hm
4S0 Engine Co No I
157 Wells, (1 II, hm
158 Davis, M, ies
sj I'll, . I W, ies
1U0 King. G WR.iei
till Men Ring
IH2 Dyer, Mis 'J'
l!i:i lion W II Rice, ie
ID I lu'ohoknlole, A II K, res
4 OS Matthew, T VV, ies
l!)0 T-iikul, UII, ies
197 Arnold, C W, ies
IDS Kelling, Win, ies
lilt) Omtw right, A J, res (WnlUU)
000 HoiiJ W Kulua, ies
601 Scliiuuau, G
fi02 Castle, .las. res
r.0'.l Iloaeau Ranch (Robert-on)
001 llobroii, Mrs T II, res (Walklkl)
603 Df Files Henry, res ;07 St
SEVENTH AH3UAL MEETING
i llono- i . y i c i i
ffciUii li, 1600
ltM ti) CclU-l W 6t 10 O'll jck t3fclLTJ..
1st Itic: ' QUECfJ'S MLftTC." U0O.
Five lor all.
t Mile Ilrts-b.
ZnJ H.-.cc "FUrUltli
closed J mi.
K('i:. ' , MPe Dnsii.
ed '.' ve.n old-, liiitlli.'j
3rd II is- "KI'jG'S PLAfL." V3.
TROTTING and l'A''tSG. Ha
waiian bred hui'vs, be-t 2 In 3, to
fllti P.fiec "WA1KAPU CIULIENGF. 0UP."
WINNING RACK. Mil- t)i-h.
lies for all. liiin-i to beat the
recoid of Hancock. 1 G'.j.
5:li Pa:c "HAWAIIAN D6HCV." fiwccji
t!:kcs $50 nit) jockey Club Cup
II.ivvill in bred 3 ye-u-c!')-ed
.hoi" 1, IsL'o.
1 Mile his!;.
this. Kill! I'M
fc'.ti Ri:c- ''.VAiMAf.'AI.O
TI'.OTriNG.'.tidi'AC NG. ihhlnuto
cli-. lies! '- In .:. Ti fu-all to
leu mi . Plate in liet'ouic. iropeuy
of one vv lulling ii twice.
7lh I'ace "LUKAVAKAAIKA.'iA PUTC,"
RUNNING 1:aCJ:. A MIIh Heats.
ISim: 2 ill 3. Hawaii.iu lncd.
Bid Hid 'KtiwITA CHALLriG:
SI 00 nJile-J.
RUNNING RAi'T.. 1 Mile IJ.ish.
Fiee lot all. Winner to beat the
lueoid of "Angle A.," 1 : l."i.
O'.h Race "KAPIOUkSI
lor all. Btaiiihi.:
.', to lirtiucss.
NOVELTY RACE. 1 Mile lia-h
lUnallui bied. lft. 2nd and 'ltd
Quarter, 62.i each; Last ("uartei,
."i0 and Cup added.
1 1 tli fiacc VICE.PKESIlir.NT'S
Free for all.
I2lh llac) "1113 MAJEfiTY'S CUP." $100
RUNNING RACE. Mil" Horn.
13lh Race POST MATCH.
TROTTING and PACING. &20
"acb. Free for -ill. To be driven
bv members ol the Hawaiian Joe
14!!i nice "..'AWEIIAAltllA PLATE." $125
y. Mile Da'li.
151li llace "POKYHACE." $7G wlili Rac
Ins Saddle from Hon. II. A. Wide
1 1 bauds aud under.
Tor all Pomes
All entries to elne at 12 o'clock noon,
on Wedncsdn). June I, 1M)0, at the
olllce of the seciutaiy, and all entrante
fees to be 10 per cent, unless otheivvlse
Alliaee'to be urn or netted under
the Miles of the IJawulkri .loekey Club.
All hnr-i's aie eNpeeled to -tan unless
drawn by 12 o'clock noon, on June 10,
All hnr-es aie expected to appear on
the track at the tap of the, bull fioin the
Judge's "stand, othciwiac will he lined.
AdiuUslon .in cts
'l'o Giaud "-tnnd, est in., no ct A all
Carriages, Inside of course.. . . .$..o
(iiiailer hlietch Badges tf.l.OO
C!. O. ItEUOEII,
sfcictary 11.. I. C.
Ex. Alex. McNeil
-VOn SAXiU BV-
MUS. OSBORNE Is now incpuied to
give Instructions In Funey Work
at "Tho Arlington," Room 0, Class
Reasons : Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, Private lessons by special
arrangement. Stamping and orders
promptly attended to,. ' feb2l-ly
- .icirrs.- 7. s o
L li ' !' 'J Q'
T It n E t ? g 5 f & hi q
Society of the United States,
Ate now selling their Bonds, mid uoou easy tonus. The additioncl (tt,
lure of insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a few of the mniy attractive fora-.s offered by thh
original and progressive Compun :
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTTONG.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENs' ENDOWMENTS, r-TC.
The Coiupany i- eipaJtable, its p'-yments prompt aud certain, and its
('Vein ho Xcio J'oK" .'miii, ArUtht 1(330. )
Tho r,u.rjfir.f "liUMincrts livcv Tr.'isiPiuito' by a LIt'o Asaur-
aiu:c Consult ny.
Tin new btwinenrt of tlio Equitable Lif-j Assurance Society of Ne
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed 1'ifit
Million Doll.vus. This is at the late of tir, Uumlrol millions ofxuaur
att'Vj'or (( :etr, and is unprecedented in the annals of life -issitiauue.
inyioiormaiion chreifully fnrnrdied to auy who will v.'rito to or cll
upon the undersigned at his t Slice.
ALEX. J. CAKTWR5GHT,
General Agent for the Ifawrniarrlhlands, I '.(UiiluhSc Life Assurance Society
of tlie U. S. J:ii'-l-!0
H O L I
D R IT G S & C
Fiiic P rfurne- (fi
s. Ilon.e i.mlhii It
-" T TL m
CIGARETTES & TOBACCO
Hollister's Dinger Ale & Soda Waters
U.-UNG EXCLUSIVELY THE
HYATT PUP.fi WATER SYSTEM
FOR ALL AERATED BEVERAGES.
tOW 5'OStT HTItKSrr. :::::: IffOSOMII.IT.
E. R. HnNDiiv, PiesidentX- Manager.
Uoi-Piti'v BnovvN, ftcciciury ix-Ticjsiucr.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
ppo, SprC"ckvli' Etnnk, : Vovl Wtreet, Oouuluiu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crocker,
G-uiuiuo H?.viland China, plain and decorated; aud Yodgiwocd
Piano, Libiury it Stand Lanijic, Chaudeliors A Electoliers,
L.iui) Fixtuies of all kinds, A complete nnsorlni't of Drills & I'iW,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of MSS DBSORIPTION I
Tho "O.uolle" ll-wheeled Riding Plow A Equalizer,
Bluebeuid Rico Plow, iiantem' Steel A Uowsencukt-d Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paintd, V.uni-ilies A Brushes, Manila A Sisal Rope,
HANDLE'S OF ALL KINDS,
IJTor-;o, Hose, JLTLom"?,
RUHBER, WIRE-ROUND of superior quality, A STEAM,
Afute Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table A Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
AG IOTA'. ISO i i
Hart's Patent "Duple-:" Die Slock for Pipe A Bolt Threading,
Hart mini's ritcl Wire FYnec- A Hteul Wire Matf,
Win. U. Fisher'rt Wrought Steil Range
Gate City Stone l-'ilti-ri-.
"Now Proctf" Twist Drills,
hov-2!)-S0 m XealV Oarriaj-e Paintn.
' l!niituit IJSluoU," Now, .. ! Uf lvinjr Wtrr.
'Jp,"'r':.f'. v. s-sr -. . . 1
C-3 -, . ft"! .,-a"-- .. v fss -t '-' '
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
ISouso Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPJfEE AIB
993 Shoot Iron Work.
H B M I C ALS
'jip', Patent Modi-
John Ena, Vice-President
Cuou. Buow.v, Auditor.
Tin Ware !
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