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THURSDAY, JUNK 19, IWiO.
OAHU RAiLWAY ft 1AHD COMPANY'S
TIME TABLE: ,
a. m. r. M.
Liavc Honolulu o:uu 2:uu
Aulxu Muuaiiu 0:!S 2:18
Iijuvo Muiuimi 1 1 :0J -J :00
Arrive Honolulu il'AS 4 s 13
SUNDAY TKAI.NS. .
a. m. r. si. r. si.
Leave Honolulu... U'oO I2:.u Hsoo
AiilvuMuiiitnii .. 10:16 1:18 H:-18
U-:ivc Mnnuim.... 11:00 1:W -l:0.'i
Afiivn Honolulu. .. 11 :-lS Sai 4:53
iltujr -tkuuml from Walana) nad Wcla-
Stmr j.elnm fiom Hnwakua
btmi jus Mafceo from Kauai
tit. Ill-J A UllllllllllH Hum ivoolau
Stair Kiiiiiilloa for K-utal at C p in
VSS3CL8 lE.WI'SJ TG-MORflOV.
Stun- W 0 Hall for Hawaii anil Maul at
10 a in
Stmr Akamai for Wulunac Dud Wnitdua
at 0 a m
Stmr U It inMiop for Wahuiao, Walalua
anil Koolau at 0 a in
Slmr Lchua lor uu and ITakalau at 4
Sclu Luka for Knhala
Jap S s ftiignml Main, Keiidcrdlnc, for
Yokohama iu 12 m
FURIICK VEi&ElS EXrEOILD.
Bkt J A Fulkeiiburg, from i'oiu, (for
K nil n uli duo .Muv 7
Br ship Rleuglleld bailed fiom Liver
pool .pr id, due Aug 21
Oer uk AdonU from llreinuii
Ger bk Jt'uiist, fiom New Yoik
Jlk Uncle Jolin, from Newcastle, duo
Br bu linker from Loudon, salW Apr
1 1. duo Aug 'JO
P SI H City of reklng fiom San
Francisco oil" June -'1
Am bk Lvylon, R u bi.un, from San
1 rauci-coduu Jun- 22
Haw S n U3 in la, II U oiullctto,fron)
San Francisco, duo Juuo 27
H Jl S S Al.iuicda, Mufti', num San
Francisco, eu l oiue to the Colonies
due July S
R II s 8 Mailposa, llaywaid, from the
Colonics mi route to fcau TiauclsLO,
due June '27
Am liU Aldcu Besp. Howard, from San
tVanoUco (for Kabulul), duo June
Am schr Anna from ?an Frauelco (for
Kaliului) line .nine 17
Ger bk Ueo .s" Wilcox, Jtascb, fiom San
. au 1'ianelsco due June -'1
FOniilCH VESSELS 1M PORT.
U S F S t harlcs'on, Rc.ir-Admlral Geo
Brown, fiuin &au I'rancl-co
H ini b Acorn, Go K a 1'ollard, from
Esquhnattlt, J U
Br flilp Bonowdalo, Guthrie, from
Bkt I'.iuitvr, Dow, from Snn Francisco
Am mUs paeKet Moming Str, G F
Garlmd, from Smith Sea Islandi
Am Uk t' S ThonipjOii, alts, lrom jjau
Haw uk V n Godfrey, It Dabcl, from
Am bkt Discovery, 1) McNeil, fiom San
Am bkt 11 Dhnontl, E P Drew, ftora
Nor hip Tiior. W E Stelncrl, from
'ecishs, 2S W
Am tern . anon, J Hod'on, from Eu
Jap n S Sagainl Maut, Tlios S Kcndcr-
uiuo, irom xoKoiiam.i
Am bk Ophlr Irom Newcastle, N S W
Ur-l-nntat bk Omeo from Newcastle, N
Am bk James Cbeston, Plumb, from
Am but S N castle, Underwood, from
Am hl S .; Alleu, T Thompson, from
- --Tho Ameilean bark Cey'on, rapt It
Calliolni, m rived Wedin-gUuy afternoon,
1C days lrom San r inuuco with about
400 tons geuei al increliandUc. Shu is
ducked at ildcr's wharf.
Puricr V Wlilte. of i he steamer Mlka
lial.i, goesto-nioriow hi the satno capa
oltv ou boaid the stun Ha I.
The stmr U It Bishop ai rived Wed
nesday evening from Koolau with 1310
Tlic sunr Jn3 Slakco brought 2018
bags sugar fiom Kapaa for the bark W
The stmr Lcbua brought 2"iD0 bags
Etigar and ."Ohe.id calilo lrom llainakua;
She will leave again to-iuniroiv hftei
noun fur Mm and iiakaliii with about
170 Japanese immigrants.
The schoont rLuua biongbt 1000 bags
augur f i mil Ko.hala.
EVENTS THIS EVEKINQ.
Honolulu Cltapter No. 1 R. A.
M. nt 7:0.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rifles,
Meeting MubIc.iI Society, resi
dence Mr. Hopper, at 7:30.
Meeting Executive Committee
Muelmulcs Union, K. of 1 Hall,
ACCIDEHT TO COL. KORRIS,
Col. Sam Iorri9, who returned
from Kahukii Ranch by tho steamer
"V. G. Hall, Tuesday, met with an
accident shortly after his latest re
turn to the ranch, which crippled
him f:ira time. Whilo riding Ihiough
tall ferns and brush, the Colonel ami
liis horse, or rather the horso with
the Colonel, went down into a lava
pit 50 or more feet deep. The lioro
received the force of the fall, which
the Colonel thinks saved his life.
The Colonel, who had received
bruises and had one of hU legs
badly hurt, called lo his attendant
for help. The man having missed
Ids employer wept back to find him,
and striking the Colonel's trail fol
lowed it to the, pit. A rope wa3
lowered and tho rescue eilocted.
lOtlAL & ttEHERAL HEWS,
A lady is dcslrou of a position ns
Tun Exectttivo Cotnmitlcu of llio
Mechanics' Union will meet thi t ve
iling. Tvo briKht ami polite young nun
are wanted lit the Mutual Tck'plu.nu
Mr. .Lw. F. Morgan's tegular cash
ealu will bo at 10 o'clock to-morrow
!. . ..!. I
Tun stsumcr City of l king will bo
ilno Saturday about noon fiom tfrtu
Tun Elenmcr W. O. Hull will sail
for Maui and Hawaii at 10 o'clock
The .Tupnucco steamer Sngnmi
Marn will jail for Yokohama ut 12
Mr.. V.. 11. Miloj has opened a istoro
on Kiiik itrect for the calo vl car
rizzva and l::irnc;z.
Tnn litilo Moaiiicr Akamai will
sail at 9 o'clock to-morrow morning
for Wuiauue and Waialu.i.
Hay, whole barley, and rolled bnr
loy will bo nuld by Mr. Morgan, at 12
o'clock noju to-morrow, on JJu-wer's
0:r Fiiday, July lltli, Ibero will
ho a rale of fancy atiicb'S at Quc-n
Emma Hall, for the lenelit of tho
!nwn was received by the steamer
Luliua to day that u liio consumed
ihiny uciVs of cane at JIakalau, Ha
waii, last Katuulay.
Mn. E. G. Scliumnn has taken two
stints in the Kiewor Ulock, Hotel
street, where ho will tuny on the tale
of all kinda of carriage material.
The piuamor Kaimiloa, Captain
Walker, is doing regular cervtcc in
the I. I. H. 25". C.' lli'ut. Slio sailed
for Wiiimea, Kauai, to-day with 2G0
tons of coal.
Till: sale of 8i'.t hoises for Mr. John
F. Bowler by Mr. . I. F. Morgan yes
teulay realized $7o5. The highest
prico obtained was $iC3 for the
Thompson mare Kitty, Mr. "V. 11.
Castle being her buyor.
The foiirtcen-niired crew of lh,
United Stales flagship Chailestou
have sent u challenge to tho crew of
If. B. SI. S. Acorn for n lace in the
near future, and tho latter crew have
accepted it, having obtained tin?
Ilanakcoki, one of His Majesty's
A JiEETisg of tho di'lccalcs to the
Nominating Convention of thu Re
form party ia culled for Satuulay
niwlit, ut tho Queen street armory, at
7 :30 o'clock, for the purpose of nomi
nating it candidate lo illl tho place
in tin! Legielutu.ro vacated by Hon.
J. A. Cummins.
The steamer Akamai with 5000
watermelons fiom Wuianao had the
misfortune to break her stem valve
at sea yesterday. he could not
make the haibor last night and lay
ofT till morning, Being still unable
to enter she whit-tled for the tug,
whkh wont out and towed her iuto
The closing exercises of Kamelut
mclia Schools will occur on Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday, June
24 to 0. On Tuesday, examinations
at the Gynasium, from 0 to 12 a. in.
On Wednesday, exercises at Prepara
tory School "nt 2:30 p. m. Ou
Thursday, at 7:30 p. in., exhibition
at Kawaiahao Church.
"The Honolulu Diocesan Slagaiine
and Quarterly Record of Church
Woik for the Diocese" is tho title of
the latest addition to local journal
ism. It ih published under the direc
tion of tho Rt. Rev. Allied Willis,
I). I)., Anglican Bieliop of Honolulu.
Tho magazine consists of sixteen
octavo pages filled with church mat
tor, local and foreign, and has a very
Yesterday Sam Richards, colored,
was sentenced to one month's hard
labor and pay S3. 50 costs. Defendant
cross-cxauiiiied witnesses for the
prosecution. Sir. Kaulukou appear
ed when the evidence was all in, and
turning to him defendant said in a
complaining lone: "You are late; I
wanted vou to plead my case."
Ah Chce alias Ah Hang was fined
S500 with S1.30 costs for possession
of lottery tickets.
Salvador, charged with malicious
injury, was released. The Court
found that it was a question of con
tract under our law, therefore a
case for civil damages. Sir. Rosa
One bail of SO was forfeited for
Ah Yim was fined 550 and costs,
and sentenced to hard labor ono
hour.tliis morning, lor opium in pos
session. Leo Ail Hung was tried for as
sault with a deadly weapon on Apau.
Sir. V. V. Ashford defended him.
It was proved that tho two men
were disputing about the opium
license question, when Apau pushed
defendant away. Defendant had a
knife cutting tobacco and made a
slabbing cut on Apati's body. Dr.
SIcGrew testified that tho wound
wa5 three inches long and half
an inch deep, and that it was
within n liair's bicadlh of cnlciing
the bowels. Tho prosecuting wit
ness said lie did not believe defend
ant meant to do him harm, and, tho
prosecution not opposing a motion
to that effect, tho prisoner was dia-elittrged,
DAILK J3UXXJr.TJH s HQWJt)JL,ULU, ,IJ
p, a, & l. a.
Acicpiniice of ilu- Clini lir---illi c
Hun ol'Hailt'tl of DneiitoiK.
M'r. Ocorgo 12. lio'irdinnn pre
nidud nt n inceling of shaudiolders
(if the Pioneer Building and Loan
Association, held in Mclnriny Hall
at one o'clock this afternoon. Mr.
T. F. Laiibim; ad the minutes of
lust meeting. Sir. O. L. Carter,
attorney for the uoinpuny, read tho
charter granted by L. A. Thurston,
Slinistcr of the Interior, with the
approval of the other members of
thu latu Cabinet. Jt wan moved by
Sir. Geo. V. Smith, seconded by
Sir. J. 11. I'i-dier, and curried, lha't
the charter ai read bo accepted.
Sir. Carter, on u call for report
from thu commitlcnon by-lawy, said
that Sir. R. I. Lillie,"now absent
from the country, wau chairnmu ol
that committee, uhioh had prepared
a set of by-laws. It would be nec
essary to make come alterations in
them in iiccotdaiiee with the char
ter, and he therefore moved Hint
'the committee's inport be accepted
and interred to another committee
who should report at next meeting.
Mr. Geo. V. Smith seconded the
motion, which carried, and the fol
lowing committee wa? appointed
later: Mesi'3. A. liowen, S. 1).
Rose, T. F. Lansing, A. Cockburn.
and F. .S. Dodge,
'flie following board of directors
war, unanimously elected: SJessrs.
T. F. Lansing, G. E. Hoanlman,
G. W. .Smith, S. B. Rose, V. A.
Howeu, J. II. Fisber, J. SI. Dow
sett, A. W. Ricli:ud9ou, and Henry
Sir. Carter made a few rcmaiks.
He SRid the success of this organi
zation depended upon the rapidity
with which it could mako loatH.
Theiewoio 1200 shareo of slock,
which meant that that amount of
money would be paid in every
month for investmsnt. Every mem
bor tdiould do all he could to secure
the placing of loans, or in other
words to get borrowing members.
Tliore must be a nice balance be
tween loaning iminbers and borrow
ing members. They had not quite
enough borrowing members.
The meeting adjourned till this
day week at the same hour and place
to hear the report of tho committee
Depulv Collector G. E. Board-
man and staff were found thi9 morn
ing settled down to business in tho
handsome now Custom Houso. The
carpenters are still nt woik on tho
finishing touches to some of tho
oflleos. A general description of
the hui'ding was given in this paper
a few months ago. Sir. Boardman
is conveniently stationed to the
left of the front entrance. He lias
a One large Wilshirc fire and burg
lar proof safe at his back. When
the safe doors are closed they show
an oil painting of Honolulu harbor
on tho outside, and when open one
displays a picture of Diamond
Head and the other a beautiful Ewa
landscape. The furniture of the
ofllecs is substantial, handsome, and
wli designed for its purposes. Tho
counter shutting off the desk spaces
is elegant, consisting of white cedar
and redwood panels and mouldings,
with koa pillars and black walnut
top. Collector-General Cleghorn's
private office in rear of the public
olllce is very cosy, having upholster
ed scatinga nnd black walnut table.
The Storekeeper's office is still un
finished but it is going to be very
comfortable. It will have facilities
for testing liquors. All the olllces
are fitted wiih lavatories. The up
stairs space is yet uncompleted, so
that the statistical work is in the
meantime accommodated in the
lower otilces. There is privacy for
the examination of goods, different
from the old house, the packages
being sent aloft by an elevator at
the rear. There is a dumb waiter
provided, giving easy communica
tion for books, documents, etc., be
tween the main olllce below and the
statistical office above. A broad
granite pavement is laid in front of
the building. In style, appoint
ments, and convenience the new
Custom House must prove satisfac
tory to tho mercantile community.
HTHERE will be a meeting of the Exe
X cutlve Committee of tho Sleelia
nlc's Union THIS (Thuiiday) EVEN
ING, at 7 o"clock. at tlio K. of P Hall,
Foil htn'et. A full attendance Is de
shed. Ry order of
J. A. S1EHRTENS,
031 It Chah man.
LADY well qualified in housekeep
ing wilt be ciau to near nt a lady
desiring a substitute housekeeper for
four or live weeks, IllxhoM leferenees.
Address "D," Him.letin Olllce.
A Competent Girl to tako caiu of a
child 3 years old, and to do light
houseuoik. Must come well recom
mended. Apply to
SlUS. A. J. CAKTWRIGI1T, Jn.,
SluklKl, opno, Dachau Ground.
A G'RL to do light Iiottrcwoi I; and
to look alter a couple of clilldion
None without being well recommended
need apply. Call on Mrs. O. O. Merger,
comer iteietaula ami Puiiahon streets.
BEST PAPEH lo tul.riibo
In the "Dally Huilct'.n," 60
csnls psr mouth.
. ;J JU.
LL lc1i'(f.uifl to th'j Xomltiathig I
is. Convention of the lU'fnun 1
not Ib'd to attoiid a meeting
Old Armory, Queen 3t,
Saturday, Juno Slst,
AT y:03 O'CLOCK V, 31.,
F'lt' the purpose of nominating a Can
didate for .Noble to fill thu vacantiy for
tne unexpheil tenn of fclx jvais c.uued
by the loilguutlou of tho Hon. J. A.
T. C. PORTE II,
r3 3i i. halt man.
NOTICIiS o SIlIl'PEKS!
m,j-, rpjtF. te.iuic' "Akamai''
.?&&?& t iiN..UTO-.Monuo;v
fStSiffiJ&MOr.NIXO, at ti o'clock,
for Walanae and M'alilua, mid will rc
ti.rn on Sunday Forfieightor pasnge
apply on boaiil. CSl ft
'"PEN dollars, rrwaul will bo paid for
I. Information that will convict any
pnrou of shooting game bluls in the
ido'so (.asnn. more particularly the per
mit or ver'ons who shot duck at th-i
Tantalum Ponds last Sunday, loth Inst.
C. B. WILSON.
Honolulu, Juiic 18, ISOO. SJ 'Jt
Sttlu of Fasiey ArUcIos !
fj-MIERE will bo a sale of Fanov Aitl
A. ules. ehietly llawallin, at Queen
Emma Hall, on FRIDAY, July 11,
180H, for the benefit of that Institution.
Hefieshiiu'tits will bn served. CS1 td
of 111 health IJr. J. M.
Whitney has appointed Dr. E. L.
IIiKchiiuou to take charge of hl-i ol'.lce
until liUietuni. M7 tf
not b responsible for any
nea!nt the Steamer "Aktr-
mar1 unices liietirred by my written
order. G. P. CASTLH.
Honolulu, .Tune 7, 1SU0. r75 tf
"TOTICE Is hereby cjveii that Ako, of
il llaiiapepe, ami Lnu Shaw, of
Honolulu, have this day formed a copart
nership under the stylo and linn name
of Kwong Slilug Cheong. to catryon a
general merchandise business In llana
pepo, Kauai, and register whereof has
been duly made.
Honolulu, June 2, 1SD0. 583 .11
1VT OTICE Is hereby given that Lam
JLl Tap Sc ("hang liaujj Poo. both of
Kaliului, Maul, have this day formed a
copaitnershlp under the style and tlrm
name of Quong Ylck Tal Co., to carry
on a general nicrchancllso business In
Kaliului, Maul, anil leglstcr whereof
has been duly made.
Honolulu, June 1.1, IsflO. 53J 31"
Is hcieby kIicii tint Row
Ken & Ah bin,", both of Pala.
Maui, have this day foiiucd a cop u tutor
ship under the style and firm name of
Bow Kee Co., to entry on a general
meiehaudlso business n'tid a victualing
houso in Pain, Slau', and register
wheieof has been duly mado. '
Honolulu, June la, lSi'0. 033 III
NOTICE Is hcieby given that Mr. T.
J. King has been appointed man
ager of thn People's lee it Refiigerat
lug Co. The olllce of the Company bus
been moved to thu olllces of Char. T.
Giillck. Esq., .13 Merchant stieet. Mu
tual Telephone Nu. MO; HcHTt'lephuiie
No. 318. G. P. UASTLU,
Secretin v P. I. ic R. Co.
Honolulu, June 10, lSHO Ml Gt
ALL claims against the "Honolulu
Dairy" to Juno 1, 1SU0, must be
left nt the olllce of J. A. Magoon within
SOdaysfrom date. Mo.-sis. Hewett &
Jaeobseu am authorbed to collect ad
bills duo the Honolulu Dairy" Horn
J. I. DOWSETT, Jr..,
Honolulu, Juno 11, 1600. 0C0 tf
HAVING bought out Mr. W. U.
Piiau In thu "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," nt 12S Fort ftrcct, I am
prepared to continue tlm above buslne-s
under thu old xnmo of Honolulu Car.
ridge Manufactory, and being au old
experienced eurriago builder I solicit
tho patronage of my old fricnd3 iir.ri the
public in general, nnd with my thorough
knowledge of the business nud v. it It ex.
pprlcnecd workmen and using only the
host material I guarantee general fat IP
faction. Please call and mm me before
(Slgnod): GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu. Ort. ?, IK.'Kl. ail I If
TT7HEREAS the undersigned ha,
Vt b en appointed to bo Adminis
trator of the Estate of 11. 11. Lohel.iui
(I;), of Moaualua, Honolulu, ilcccn-cil.
Notice Is hereby kIvoii tint all peions
Indebted to the aboiu estate lo pay thu
sums duo to the undersigned, aud idl
pernons having claims against the said
estate mut. pieseut thorn to the under
signed within six mouths fiom this dato
or bo forever haired.
S. K. KA-NE,
Administrator of the Estate of 11. il.
Honolulu, June 10, 1600. M3-1t
-1 n VOLUMES Kiioyclopiedlii llrltan
l,o idea, Morocco bound, in good
condition, never lued
TiKLIUIOUS Ico C'ra.im
served nt the
HARTS CO ,1
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FOURTH MIUAL KSETIHG
Jpicotfls' Park, Kaliolni,
ltt Riw-'TvAItltOAD SrASEn," l'nr:s25.
RUNNING. M Sllle riuli.
for all Hawaiian bred lioroe.
ZxX Rstc-"MAT0H lt;.0
lluwics'i. 1 Mile Heats, best 3 in 5.
4th P.soo-"WAIKAPU PUF.3E.1' 450.
RUNNING. 3f Mile Dnh. For
Slaul bied hoi.se.-.
Elh Raco-"VAILUKU PURSE." $50.
RUNNING, 'j Mile ami upeat.
Free for all Ilawallim hied horses.
Clh Ka:e- 'illllO'S TLASE." Pan $30.
TROTTING. 1 Mile Heats, bct 2
In :i, to hariic4 For all horses
without a iceoid of 3:10 or belter.
7th Rwc-"A3SC0UTI0N rURSl'." $100.
RUNNING. 1 Mile Dash. Free
Oth Raco-' K0VEI.Tr BADE." Pans $70.
RUNNING. 1 Mile Dash, 1st, 2nd,
iSrd ipurtcr, SIS; and Ith quarter,
8-.i each. For Hawaiian bred
9th nco-,'XUIiA PUSSE." $53.
PONY RAGE. iJ Mile Dash. For
Potiici 1 1 h mils or under, to earn
100 pouuds and up.
10th Rse:-"V.'.MHEn PURSE," $1C0.
TROTTING and P C1NG. 1 Mile
Heats, best 2 in it, toharncs". Fiee
mil nace "coniNTUiArj race." gsii
RUNNING. 1 Mile Das.li. Owners
to tide; welterweights. Free to all.
1 ail naco "HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL ard
SUGAR CO.'S PURSE." $50.
TItOlTING and PACING. To
Harness. 1 Sllle Heats, best 2 In :i.
Fico for all Hawaiian hied holies.
13lh R?.es-"MANA CUP."
Puna SI 00.
RUNNING. IK -Mile Dt-Ii.
for all Hawaiian bred hoises
Mth Racc-"M.MDENilACE." Purfc$10.
RUNNING. i Mile Dash. Free
to all Hiwailau bied horsts that
never ran a public race.
15th Race -MAUI DERBY." Pjrsc S75.
RUNNING. yt Mile Dash. Free
for all Hawaiian bivd 2 vear olds.
IC'.h Rice "MULE RACE."
RUNNING. )i Mile D.nh.
to all; catch weights.
All entries to close Fiiday. Juno 27th.
at 12 o'clock noon, ami all entrance fees
to bu 20 percent, unless oiherwl.-o mo
ellled. All races-to bu run or trotted under
the rules of the Association.
All horses arc expected to start unless
drawu by 12 o'clock noon, ou July 3,
General Admission ...
Tu Ginnd Stand
2 Horse A Carriage...
1 Horse & Carilnge....
Secretary M. It. A.
JUST lilCCXiJI'VISO I
Ex. Win. II. Dlmond,
GASES SECURITY BRAND
OF HIGH TEST.
LEWIS & CO.
TIIOS. M. STARIvEY
HAS been appointed Agent to take
Acknowledgments fur Dl-trlct of
A. G-. SILVA,
05 &, t7 littt'l Strait,
Furniture, Matting & Carpet Laid
Fine Uidiolsteilng and Podding a spe
cialty. Juno Id-iini
Mrs. U. J. RAMOS
M Plolofffsiilic Gallery
At A. I, Za.ii't, U;tslt,
Vhcre the Do. I. Ihi Naatost nnd tits
Pliotogr.-pldo Pictuies and Kesldeneis
Yluws mo taken. Eutlro satisfaction
given, and all order. piomptly attended
E'uf" A ronpectful Invitation H sent out
to tlio ladles to call aud see for them
telvt'E. 6S0 lw
C fl (Ml I) h K M rf , ra
ahchmwit$Mftfl vtm Bs
h ti i arc k o s a e a en h b Sb j . $ j rs
h a -v ti j w a u wirif u rai s u
Are now sr-liing their Rondo, and urwii
lure of Insurance goc with every.Bond.
The following are a few or the ranny attraetivo 'ormt offered by Lhii
original aud progre.isive Comptoiy: . ' .
ENDOWMENT DONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " . "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
Tiie Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
(Front (he .Veto Tor; Sun, April -lift, 1800.)
Tho Lssrjrost Business Ever Transnctotl by a "Life Assur
The new business of the Equitublc Life Assurance Society of New
Yotk for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fircr
Million Dollars, This is at the rate of tr,o hundred millions ofussur
ancefor the year, aud is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
rInforniaiion cheerfully furnished to nuy who will write to or call
upon the undersigned ut his oillcc.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jati-l-0b
E. R. Iluximv, PicsidentA; Manager.
Gum'iti'Y 1!kown, Secretary & Treasurer.
HA'WAIIAI HAEBW1ES Oil,
Opj. WprecUi-Js' iSank, : Fort Sti-cct, WonoJaln.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Oen'i Hardware, Giassware, Crockery,
Gamiino Havilacd Ciiisa, plain nsd dccorr.tcd; and "Wcdgc-woed
J'i.mo, Library t '-itatid Lamps, Chandeliers t Eloctolicr?,
Lamp Fixtures of nil kinds, A coniplolo assorttn't of Drills fc Filo,
PLAHTATfflH SDPPLfflS Of BYBRY DESCRIPTION !
The "Gazolle" 3-wheolcd Riding Plow J- Equalizer,
liluebeurd Rice Plow, Planters' Steel fc Goosouccked Iloe,
LARD, CYLINDKR, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, YarnLhes &. Urushes, Manila L Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
X-JJowo, 13.os-e, X-Xrte,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, & STEAM,
Agato Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Tablo it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot k Capn, The. Celebrated "Club" Slachine-louded Cartridge,
Hart's r.itmt "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipo & Rolt Throsding,
llartman'ti Steel Wire Fence & Steel Wiru Mat),
Win. O. Fiahcr'a Wrought Stcol Eiige
Gato City Stone Filters,
"New 1'roces.i" Twist Drille,
nov-29-89 Neal's Carriage Paiutfs.
'- IMiiiomd IJIowlr," 3Vou. Or? &J 07 IiiHfl: eltreet.
lV !tr-J Trits-r"' Jt 1 M!2CJ'?SJ'
til l sf"ss)?isi'jiiixV",rJ
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,'
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
KKr.id yon sali:
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Marble Du.st, Wim Lath,
CalUorala North Beach & Santa Crnz
QuaiTy Tile C:;ii red. white and bluoi
ilinton, Plastic nud I'.ucaustio '1IU- hi
vailous patterns, all kinds of Dialuago
SQf Oi'Ktci Southeast corner Ala
kea and Queen streets.
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RAFT No. S2II for 8100 on SprcekeU
& Co., by Tout: Ou Jan & Co. In
favor of Quoug Sing ir Co., thU ICth
day of June, Ib'JO. Payment has been
btopped. 551 51
B- 1?0MAS' Onion Ice Oo.
'i'iM : Uaildcr.
fcK-ia j,. c.
IS THE TIMS !
The additional fea-
John Eva, Vice-President
Cixu. Duow.s', Auditor.
W . til M-t
Ah now rrrr"J tj ctllvcr Ico to any patt
cr ae City,
The packing and shipment of count! y
oideis wlllieeeivo most cartful atten
tion, All of our leo Is manufactured from
Pino Mountain Water, carefully illtercd
by the Hyatt Pure Water Co. Filter,
which Is universally acknowledged to
bu the best litter made.
Puekaiios of Ruttcr, Game, FIMi,
Meat'. Etc., received for cold storage;
In our Rtfilgeratltig Rooms at mode
K3-- lee for salo at the Factory at auy
houi , day or nljiht. W3 Lsu