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OAliU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
A. M. l J.
Leae Ilouolulu :00 2:00
AiiheMauaua li:4S 2:4S
I.cnvo Mamma 11 :U0 -1 :C0
Arrive Honolulu 11:43 4; 13
. A.M. 1'. M. P.M.
I.cnvo Honolulu... 0:30 l2:;io UiOO
Arrive Mariana ...10:18 1:18 U:1S
Loavo Mnuaim.... 11:00 1 s 13 -1:03
Arrive Honolulu. ..11:48 2::)l 4:53
Stun- Kluau from Hawaii ami Maul
.-tnir Kllnuea i ton from Untuiikua
St m r Mokolli fiom JMolol.nl
Stinr Iwalnul fiom llnmikua
Sehr Jlnry from Hnualcl
Sehr Sarah & Ella fiom Koohiu
Sehr JMoktiol.i fiom Ewa
Sloop Knhlhlhin! from Hawaii
HawbkW B Godfrey, Dakcl, lor San
Erancbco at 10 :i m
Am lorn Marion, .1 Hudson, for Toil
VESSELS LEVViHG MONDAY.
Jilini1 Mokolli for Mololtal nt 5 p in
Stinr ,1 A uiiuiulns for Kooliiu nt 0 a m
Srlir Sum!) & Elba for Koolnu
Sobr Kawallanl for Koolnu
rOE!C!l VESSELS M PDR1.
T S F S Chailcstou, Ecnr-Admlral Geo
Brown, liom San ErancUco
II B M S Acorn. Geo N A Pollnrd, from
Esqnimaull, B O
Br ship Bonowdalc, Outhrlo, from
Bkt I'Janttr, Dow, from Sau Frauclsco
Am mls packet Morning Star, O F
Gailaud, from South Sua Island.-
Am bk F S 'l'liompson, Watts, lioui San
Am bkt Discoveiy, I) McNeil, fiom San
Am bkt W II Dimond, K I' Drew, from
Nor ship 'I'lior. W E Stoineit, fiom
Newcnslo, X S W
Am lik Ophlr from Newcastle, N S-W
Brl-ninst bk Omeo fiom Nowcasrte, X"
Am bk James Cheston, Plumb, front
Am bkt S X Castle, Underwood, from
Am I)! S 0 Allen, 'I' Thompson, liom
Am bk Covlon, 11 Calhoun, from Snn
From windward port per stmr Kl
nau, June 21 : From Volcano OT Wil
der, W F Poue. Major II F Hebbard
and wife, J U 11 llobbaid and wife,
ft-is;es Helen Saffroy. F O Sutlierland,
' L E Bentlv, E Schunbal, M M Murphy,
E audD Mcdau; Mr Krenlg, 12 11
Schnabul and Consul llonle. From
way ports Mr 0 Sehnabal. Miss I Al
beit, Airs Aoo T.Ike, C K Richardson,
W llciiowitz, A F Cooke, C Kaiser, It
Cation, A Fowler. Mrs J Xawahl and
3 chlldien, A X FMier. wlfo and son.
Mrs M Perry and child. Jus Ronton, J
Lyon', K Kimo, II U Webb, 1) Dayton
and foii, J Ouderklrk, C Buchanan, J
Dyer, L 51 Johunu. S Xowleln, H A
lieon, Dv Mack and 70 dcek.
From Molokni atfd Lanai per stinr
Mokolil Juno 21 Fred II Hnyseldcn,
Win Alexander, and 11 11 Robinson, and
From Hnmakua per stinr Iwnlanl.
.Tuiio21 Mr O'lb It'll and 3 eblldien,
and 23 djcl:.
For San Francisco per bk W I) God
frey, June 21U llavcrson.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
JCliiau 8003 bags sugar, 35U bags pota
toes, 11 bigs corn. CO bills hides, 4
horses, 200 pkgs sundries.
Iwnlanl 2 110 bags sugar from Ilama
kua. Kilauea Hon 11500 bagt sugar and -10
head cattle from llonoimi and Pe
peekeo. Mokolli 100 sheep and 0 horses from
Molokal and l.anal.
Sebr Sarah & Eliza 230 bags rico from
The SO Allen amlS X Castle com
menced taking in sugar this inornlmr.
Tlio American tei ii Marion, Capt J
HodhOii, sailed to-day in ballast f
The barkeutiuo Discovery will load
sugar for San Francisco alter the de
paiture of tbo barkeutiuo Planter.
The bai kentino Planter and tlio bark
Ferris S Thompson will both leave next
Tuesday with lull cargoes ot sugar for
The brlganllue I.urline will sail from
IIllo for San Francisco next Thursday.
Tlio bark WB Godfrey took to Sun
Francisco to-day the following cargo:
F A Sclnefor .s Co, S01 bags su''ar;
Castlo & Cooke, ISOObags; Then II Da
vies &, Co, 2.140 bugs; O Brewer it Co,
11.778 bags. i:ia:t dry hides, nn( icoo
gallons sperm oil. Totals: 10,710 bugs
sugar; lo.iu tons; domestic value, 01,
Arrivals June 10, Am tnn J G
Xorth, Xol&on, from Honolulu, with
assorted cargo for S G Wilder & Co, O
A Chapln, and It It Hind; 11. etmr Kl
nau from Honolulu; 13. stinr Iwalanl
Jrom Honolulu; stmrKllaiica Uou from
Honolulu; 10, Kilauea Hon from Hllo;
20, stmr Kinau from Hllo.
Departures Juno 14, fitmr Ivlnau fur
Hllo and way polls; 10, stmr Iwalanl
for Hnmakua, stim- Kilauea Hon for
Hllo; 20, Am tein J G Xorth, Xelon,
for tsan l''rauclco, with the following
cargo: 0007 bags sugar by T II Davles
A Co; 068 bags sugar by Star Mill Co:
and 2i0 bags bv Akiua and Ascti. Total
10,216 bags weighing .57 200-2000 tona
valued nt 8B5,71U.H5 ttiur Kinau for
WINTER-In Honolulu, Juno 20, to the
wlfo of .1. W. Winter, a daughter.
BOYLB-In Honolulu, June 20, to the
wife of X. Boyle, a ton.
r" -- ' ' ,
MOAXAULl-Mlss Esther Moanaull,
youngest daughter ot the late Hon.
John Moauaull, died June SOtli,
(fil 13 jenrs, 4 taoulUi,
LOCAL & GEHIiRAL HEWS,
Star unci Hawaii meet on the Jin
Isihi diainond nt 3:S0 o'clock.
A top brnko U oU'cred for talc, a
trial of it allowed in advance.
Titr, Myrtle boy tiro in truiniu;,'
for a boat inco on the Jtb of July.
A neat collimo can be lonted on
application at tlio Ht'M.uii.v olllec.
Tun ICinau brotijjht back n larKO
volcano paity of tourists and lesi
dents. TitEKii war. u biitbiltiy parly at
lion. J. I. Dowsett's, Palatnn, lait
Tun first birth a native boy oc
cuircd at tlio Knpiolani Maternity
1'iN'ANCi: Minister It town litis re
appointed his predeee.-xor's tax ns
(cstsorr, for the kingdom.
Xomin.viioms will probably 1
niado by both parties this tveiiltii;
for the vacant Xoble e.it.
Aw insane Jnpano.-e was brought
from tlio Koolati niilc ye.ti.'iday and
committed to the Asylum.
Tun Supremo Court ban decided
Hint noti'COiiFcnt before marringo i
not legal ground for annulliin; mar.
w.- - -
JotiK ICanoa. a ntitivo bliicltcmith
employed by Mr. J. Y. McDoualiK
died middonly ycrtcrday, a'd ?,7
Mh. U. II. Hitchcock, jr., has
another meritorious volcano study in
oil on view nt Williams' photographic
Tin: attention of planters and
millers is railed to the ofiei of plant
and building of the Star Mill Co.,
Kohnla, for stale.
Ox Thurt-dny Col. K. M. Thompson
antl wife m-t the King by appoint
ment. They visit the Island, in his
loiians in ct'.ireh of general informa
tion. A rise piece of real c-tnle, the re
sidonee of Mr. V. E. Keilol, in Xuu
ami valley, will be ofl'crcd at uuclion
bv Mr. Jna. F. Morgan, ut noon
Tin: tern Dora Bhihm had palled
for San Francisco befoi a tbo Kinau
airivctl at Ililo. The brigantine Lur
lino was to tail within a few days af
ter the Kiiinu left.
Dn. IJrodio's horse Xym,in quarter
life size statue by Mr. Ilutohiiuon,
ought to ho f-een by all losers of art,
while it is on exhibition at King's
nrt store. Its beauties grow on tho
observer tho more ho studies the
Finn was discovered about half
past two o'clock this morning in the
kitchen of Ah Mun'a restaurant, in
one of Alo's buiMiiiC's on Xuuanu,
near Chaplain slivet. Tt was put out.
with buckets of water by the in
mates, so that the engine on arriving
had nothing to do. Tho firo started
in .ilot of fucwood piled lottnd tho
Tun services of the eccond congre
gation of St. Andrew's cathedral to
morrow will ho at V2 m. and
7:110 p. m. Special music at both
services. lov. H. II. Gowen
preaches in tho morning, and Rev.
liobt. lliuU.on, chaplain of tho
Charleston, in the evening. Tho
morning hour is changed owing to
tho indisposition of the pastor, Itev.
Cmnr OQicor E. II. Leary, of the
bark Feiris S. Thompson, fell into a
holo at the Oceanic Steamship Co.'s
dock yesterday evening. The holo
was left opon mid without a light by
men who were fixing tlio water-pipe
during the day. Mr. Leary called
the assistance of two men from his
vessel to get him out of his somewhat
dangerous position. His left leg sus
tained quite severo injurios, and it
will take several days of careful nurs
ing before it will bo all right again.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Baud concert at Eminu Square,
at 4 :80.
Meeting Hawaiian Political Asso
ciation, K. of P. hall, 7:30.
Hefurin Nominating Convention,
Old Arn:ory, 7:30.
The Hawaiian Hand will give a
public concert at Emma Square this
afternoon at 4 :30 o'clock. The fol
lowing is the piograinroe:
March .Royal Marines
Overture Berlin Life
Gavotte Queen's Own
Selection - Tho Gondoliers . . . .
Waltz-On the Xeekar Mllloeker
ST. AHDREWS CATHEDRAL.
Third Sunday after Trinity.
Holy Communion 0:30 a. tn.
Litany, 9:30 a. m.
Morning prayer 10 a, tn. Sermon
by Rev. W. II. Barnes.
Hawaiian Evensong, 3:30 p. in.
Sermon by Rev. W. II. Haines.
Evening prayer (J p. in. Sermon
by Rev. II. II. Gowon.
AM IMP0RTAHT DISCOVERY.
Paris, April 10. A discovery of
vital Importance has been insula by
Dr. CUnmbcrland, Pasteur's assist
ant, and Drs. Mounter and Cafeno.
It is that llin essence of cinnamon,
when sprinkled in a room whero ty
phoid levor patients arc, kills tho
bacteria within twelve hours and
provents tho dtseasofrom spreading.
REVILING THE DEAD.
Etll'tOtt Dl'LLKTIX :
The Reverend Editor of the
Friend (in courtesy uo give him the
title of Rev. although throughout
his viliiperou lucubrations ho
stylos tin ortlnined priest aa Da
niicn,) has iot into u tiylit place in
takliiy tipcudyols fur his Nov. (sic)
brother, in regard to tho Hev.
Father Daniicn. What seetiis to
opjircss the Hev. I'llilnr Is tlui fact,
that, after his ileal Ii, tho Kuv.
l-'ather Daiulcn was liehl up as a
model of christian charily ami self
devotion. Why? To any right
minded, unbigotod, conscientious
man ot any ci cod Catholic, Pro
testant, Jew, Turk, or heretic of
any description the answer is
plain. Why iliilil not thou or thy
brethren ,-o and do likewise? Tho
answer to lliis Insl query is easy.
Wo liavo our liomes, our wives, our
beeves, our fat things on tho Ices,
and wc do not whh to containiuate
ourselves or ours, in mixing with
persons alllieloil by the Almighty
with sore disease. Wc let an ig
norant, flirty, peasant priest devote
and give up his life, and uhen he is
under the sod, we who claim to bit
followers of tho one who said. "Let
him who is without bin east the first
stone"--wo make tho memory of
such a man, a mud target for our
filthy a-persioiis. We stand aloof
like the Pharisee, we make broad
our phylacteries, wc are very parti
cular in giving; tithes of mint, cum
min antl anise, hut uo neglect Ihe
great and fundamental teachings of
Iliiu who wao tnn it of man, and very
God of very God of Him who snid,
"Judge not that 30 bo not judged,
for by whatsoever ye mete out, by
the same measure will it be meted
unto you." Let the Hev. Editor of
the Friend read nnd ponder the H!th
Chnp. of 1st. Ep'i3tle of Paul to the
Corinthians, and then do like the
publican, retire into a comer, smite
liis breast antl say God be merci
ful to me a sinner.
A Lav Catiioiic.
DiMriot Justice W. Luther Wil
cox presided in tlio Police Court
this morning in tlio absence of Po
lice Justice Wm. Fooler. A lottery
ease was continued. Clms. Maiola,
escaping from Reformatory School,
was sentenced to imprisonment one
month without hard labor, then to
bo returned to the school. One
caso of drunkenness got, a fine of
83, and a man-of-war's man was re
primanded and discharged for the
fOREKJH VESSELS EXPECTED.
Bkt J A Falkeuburg, from Peru, (for
Br ship Blongtleld Failed fiom Liver
pool Apr 18, duo Aug 21
Ger Ok Adonis from Bremen
Ger bk Faust, from Xow York
Bk Uncle John, from Xewcastle, due
Br bk Bilker from London, sailed Apr
13, due Aug .'.!
P M S S City of Peking fiom San
Francisco due June 21
Haw S S Austialla, 11 O MoudlPtto,froni
San Franci-co, due Juno 27
K M S S Alameda. Morse, from San
Francisco, en ionic to the Colonies
duo July 5
R M S S Mariposa, Hayward, from the
Colonies en route to Snn Fianckco,
due June 27
Am lik Altleu Besc. Hownid, from San
Francisco (for Kalinin!;, duo June
Am schr Anna from San Frauei-co (for
Kahului) due June 17
Ger bk Geo X Wilcox, Rasch, fiom San
tan Francisco due June 21
A TOP BRAKE nearly
.CX. new, with curtain".
: lanterns and bariums all
Willing to let buyer try It.
W. II. WAGNER.
At People's Ion Woks.
XL AT Cottage, com
pletely furnished, with
stable and outhouses, for two
months, live minutes' wnlk from Po-tt
Olllco, from about 10th or July, to lOiu
of August. Rent very cheap. Apply
at Buf.t.iniN Olllco. 5S0 tf
fSMIE undersigned havn sold out the
dry goods business herctofoi e car
ried on by them nt Xo. 57 A CO Hotel
street, til Mr. A. G Sllva who will ron
duct the business on his own account
front and after this date.
M. A. GOXSALVES & CO.
ilouolulu, May 21, 1S00. SSTi tf
Pioneer Building & Loan Asso'n
"VTpTICE is hereby given that nt a
ii meeting ot this A-coclatlou held
this day, tho Charter of incorporation
was accepted and pursuim theieto the
following Boaiil of Directors was
Geo. E. Boardinaii, S. B. Roo,
Geo. W. Smith, W. A. Bowon,
J. II. Fisher, J. M.Dowselt,
A. W. Richardson, Henry Smith,
Tlieo. F. Lansing.
Honolulu, Juno 10. l.HOO.
Tho object of thu Association Is to on
couingo Savings, and lioinu building
among It4 incuibcrs by enforcing regu
lar monthly deposits and loaning them
to Its iiieiiibcis to assist them In actpilr
lng, and Improving homes of their own.
Its inembeis mo tho only .stock-holders,
and all profits arising from lutcrst,
premiums, flues, etc ,aiodivhied among
Us nicmbers, which makes it the most
desirable of savings institutions It Is the
most desirable source from which to bor
row, as It loans at a low rate of luteiest
upon onsy terms ot monthly payments,
and all deshlng to bucoum members
Mionld make hniuodhtu application for
mock. Tiit:o. V, LAN'SIKG,
bii 2w fiucrctary,
uQCtlon Salos by Janes F, Morgan,
I have boon Instructed by Mit. F. E.
KEFFEL, to sell nt Public Auc
tion, at my Salcrrooni,
On MONDAY, Juno HOllt,
AT I'i '42I.IK!K XOtX,
Situated In Xuuanu Valley,
Opposite the rcrldonco ot Mr. 11.
Rcnje.s, and nt nicnent occupied by Mr.
ICcftel as a family residence. Tlio Pro
poity has a large homage 011 Xuuanu
Avenue. There N a
Stable1!, Outhou'cs, lite, nil
The gfouiiilt are planted with a large
nssoitmcnt of Koo Tiees and vat led
Flowers and a
Compilslng tbo following Fruits:
Grapevines, Pcncliu. Apiicots', Plums,
Klg and other varieties. Lot contains
2 7-10 ACRES.
Wnti-r laid on tlioroughoiit the place.
P.ittk'.M deMrons of purchasing a
homc-tcad, w 111 tbul thU the mom dur
able residence offered for sale, as It
combines the healthful climate of the
Valley together with an easv access to
txt For fui ther particular" apply to
F. 10. Keffel, on picmUes, or to
J AS. K. aIOKGAN,
r80 7t Auctioneer.
Tins following Mnohtnen forming
part of the Star Mill Plant will be sold
at public auction nt an caily date unless
disposed of previously by private sale.
Parties desirous of pin chasing any por
tion of this Machinery can get parti
culars ami prices from'thc undersigned :
Spare Gear Wheel A Pinion;
1 lSMid Engine,
Spare Gear Wheel &
.1 McOuIu Clailllors
with Fittings 4
1 Juice Heater, It ft.
long 12 hi. dia-
2 .; iu. W. I. Cleaning Pans, 0x12x2.7;
1 Gx, Double Effect, complete with
Pump & Stage;
i 0x20 Galloway Boiler, complete;
1 G::10 Tubular Boiler, eoiup'ete;
1 Sugar Car , In. W. L. IxO.-WiM;
1 Sugar Cooler, 8x..(n20 ;
1 Sugar Cooler, 0 0ii,'j'x20:
2 Sugar Cooler. I..". n.20;
1 Tank .J in. W. I.. 7.020xl2;
x steam rump, 4 o.ieuargs;
i No. 0 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 Blike Pinnix, )i discharge;
1 Lathe, 20 chuck 12 ft. long, bed;
1 Heavy A'Ice.
1 Fairbanks Platform Scales, 20.2S;
Mill Bulldlnir, 10x150x21 ; and Boiler
Shed, allcov. with Corrugated Iron;
Fire Brick, also a largo uvortment of
2nd Hand Cocks, Valves. Piping,
J NO. HIND.
For Star Mill Co.. Kohnla, Hawaii.
eat Cattle !
On MONDAY, July 21st,
Thoio will be wild at Publte Auction,
at Kahikluui, Muul,
100 leifl cows k culm
J.IOUH or LESS.
(Xlf A good
Fourth of July
Uxtini Sr.viKs I i:oatiox.
Honolulu. June 20, lS'JO.
CITIZENS of the United States icsi
deutheio, who wish to celebrate
in an nppropilate manner the coining
annhersiiry of the Independence of tho
United States, July 4th, are Invited In
moot at tho Hawaiian Hotel, MONDAY
EVENING. Junu2:lid, at S o'clock, to
inako the ucccMiiry anaiigeiiionts.
r.Hi- ;:t .JOii-Vj.. stevens.
NOTICE to ILOirSKSIEN!
rriiii Celebrated Ruti
unmlonh" will stand
this treason at (ho
terms S"0. Tor fiuihcr particulars
apply at tho Dairy. 6S5'lni
llorsus & .Utiles 1'or Wnlc.
1 rpHI" following desirable anl-
VG$1 nia'i' wl!1 '' so''1 at ,l ,l!,r"
AiUUgalii. to wit: 11 Ellin Young
Horses, U Young Mule, sired by Ihe
Kentucky Jack "llliieher,'' II Brood
Mates, expected Miorlly to have Muh.
foals. Apply to
r.'d tf '12 Mcrcliant s root, Honolulu.
"PEN dollars reward will he paid for
1. lufoi matloii that will coulctauy
jiorsou of shooting game blitl-t iu thu
clojo season, moro particularly tho per
son or per-ons who shot duck-, at tho
Tantalus Ponds hut Sunday, lTith lust.
C. B. WILSON.
Honolulu, Juno 18, IbOO. m 3t
lamer? For Sale !
A Ll( Dologato to the Xomloallng
lJl Convention of tlie Refotin Patty
nil- h'ueby notitled to attend a meeting
Old Armory, Queen St.,
Saturday, June 21st,
AT 7::i0 O'CLOCK V. J1.
For the purpose of nominating a Cnn
dldatu for Xoble to fill the vacancy for
the unexpired term of sis years caused
by the resignation ot tho Hon. J. A.
C31 ;tt Clmlrmau.
Snlo orFniKjy Articles I
rnilERE will be a sale of Fancy Arll
IL oles, chloily HawaHiii, at Queen
Eiunn Hall, on FRIDAY. July 11,
1S00, for the benefit of that Institution.
Rcfic.h incuts will be served. fiSl td
rpWO Bright and Polite Young Men
JL to work on the sw Itebboard of tho
Mutual Telephone Co. Appli to
C. O. BldiOER,
m l Secretary.
LADY well qualified iu liouokcep
il lug will be ghul to hear of a lady
dcsbiiig a ettlHtlttito housekeeper for
four or live weeks. Highest references.
Address '-D," BtLi.r.Ti.s- Olllce.
A Competent Girl to take earo of a
child ;: years old, and to do light
housewoik. Mut come well lecom
uicudcd. Applv to
MitS. A. .1. OARTWRIGHT. Jit..
Makiki, oppo. Baseball Ground.
GIRL to do light houewoik and
to look after a couple of children.
Xone without being well recommended
need apply. Call on Mrs. O. O. Bcrger,
coiner Beietaula. and Puuahou streets.
ON account of III health Dr. J. 51.
Whitney ha? appointed Dr. K. L.
Hutchinson to take charge of hU rtlllec
until hi return. M7'tf
not b3 responsible for any
nirain-,t the Steamer "Aka
mai" unices Incurred by my written
older. G. P. CASTLE.
Honolulu, .Tune 7, 1800. C7u tf
jVTOTICH l bcieby given that Ako, of
ll Hanapepe. ami Lau Shaw, of
Honolulu, lane this day formed a copart
nership under tbo style and linn nauio
of Kwong Shlng Cheung, to carry on a
general merchandise business In Haua
pepe, Kauai, and register whtrcof lias
been duly made.
Honob'ilu. Juno 2. IS'JO. rK nt
NOTICE Is hereby given that Lam
Tup it Chang Hnng Poo. both of
ICaliultil, Maul, have this day formed a
eopaitneiship uinler tho style and firm
name of Qnong Ylclc Ta! Co., to cat iy
on a general merchandise, business lu
Kahului, Maui, nnd register whcicof
has been duly made.
Honolulu. June. 10 , 100. iiS:i3'
NOTICE Is hereby
Keo A Ah Sltii
riven that Row
Sliiir. both of Pala.
Maui, have this day formed a copartner
ship tinder tho style and firm namo of
Bow Keo Co., to carry on a general
mereliatidl'-e lns!ties and a victualing
house in Piihi, Maul, and legister
whereof lias been duly made.
Honolulu. Juno i;l, IS'JO. . ,533 31
JSJOTICE Is hereby given that Mr. T.
LS .1. King has been appointed man
ager of the Pcoplu's lee it Refiigcrat
Ing Co. 'J'ho olllce of the Company has
been moved to the offices of Clias. T.
Guild:. Esq., :is Merchant street. Mu
tualTclephoueXo. 13U; Bell Telephone
No. 3 18. G. P. CASTLE,
Secretary P. I. A II. Co.
Honolulu, June 10, IS'JO. Ml nt
ALL claims against the "Honolulu
Dairy" to Juno. 1, l!?0o, must be
left at the olllco of J. A. Magooti within
:10 days from date. Messrs. HeWett A
liicob'cu are authorized to collect all
bills due the '-Ilouolulu Dairy" from
May 1, 1S00.
J. l.DOWSETT. Jir.,
Honolulu, Juno 1 1, lfciHV " 5S0 tf
Mr. W. JL
At race in the "Ilouolulu
Manufactory," at 123 Koit street, lam
prepared to continue, the a bom business
under tho old name of Honolulu Car.
ihge Miinnfactoiy, and being un old
experienced carriitgo builder I roliclt
the putionago of inj old fileiida and thu
public in gcnciiil.nnil with iny thorough
Knowledge of the liiclncsa nnd with c.v.
nei ienced workmen and uing only tho
Itcnt matcrbil I yimnuiHo general satis
fnctiou. Plunge call and sec me before
(Signed): OniRON WEST.
Honolulu. Oct. '.!. 1H8. K01 tf
T7I1EREAS tbo niulerslgnod has
V ben npiiointcd to ho Adinlnls
tratorof the ICstato of II. It. Lohelanl
(k),of Mnaiialiia, Honolulu, deceased.
Notice Is hereby gireu that all periods
Indebted to Ihe aboe estnto to jiay the
Himsdii" to the uiidcr.-lgiied, ami all
poisons having claims against tho said
citato must picscut them to the under
signed within elx mouths from thN dntu
or bo forever barred.
S. K. KA-NK,
Administrator of the Estate of 11. B,
Honolulu, Juttn 10, IS'JO, 083 It
NOW IS THE TIME
The Equitable Life Assi
Society of the ilnUcd States,
Arc now selling their Honda, and upon easy tortus. Tho additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every UonU.
The following arc a few of tho many attractive forms olforcd by th.'i
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and Its
(From the iVcu Tort Snn, April ith, 1S90.)
Tho Jjiirgcst Bnsiucfls Ever Tra:3iic!ecl ly a LIfo Aasur-
The new business of the Equitable Lifo xVssuranco Society of New
York lor the first quarter of tho present yaar is reported to crcecd Firrr
Million Dollaus. Thi3 ia at the rale of txo Uundrvd millions of assur
anceor Ihe year, and ia unprecedented in the annals of lifo assurance.
H-aT-Infortrmtion cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at Ins oillce.
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGHT,
Genctal At-ent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Lifo Assurance Society
of the 17. S. Jan-1-20
E. R. IlE.vnnv, President & Manager.
Gout'iiur Brown, Secretary A Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo.MprecUclM'52ruiR, : "i'ort Street, Honoluln.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IX
Oen'i Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Gamine Havilard Chiua, plain and decora'ted; nnd 'Wfitlgtwocd
Piano, Library A Stand Lump", Chandeliers it Electolicrs,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortm't of Drills & Files,
PLANTAYil SUPPLE Of HOT DESGEIPTIQM !
The "aazollo" -wheeled Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, Planters' Steel A (Jooscneoked llooe,
Oiierl, OllfW, ,
LARD, CYL1XDER, IIEROSEXE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varnishes A Brushes, Manila A Sisal Ropo,
UAN'DLES OF ALL KINDS,
JBLofc-o, Hose, Home,
RUBBER, WIRE-ROUND of stipo-ior quality, A STEAM,
Agate Iron Waro, Silver Plated Ware, Tablo A Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot & (Japs, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridcei,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipo A Bolt Threading,
Ilartiiian'd Steel Wiro Fence A Steel Wire Mats,
Wm. CI. ITiblicr'd Wrought Htoel Raugea
Gate City Stone Filters,
"Now Frocees" Twist Drills,
nov-20-Stl Neal's Carriago Painte.
" DiniouU Uloc-lc," rsoR. t At OV Kliifi: Street.
A jil ,yw'. $ - '
Granite, Iron sad Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
-!oi$se HLoGphig Goods,
Slieot, Iron "Work.
B. THOMAS, I iinjnn In A fin
KHWVli FOK SA.I.K
BrlcK, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Mnrblo Dust, Wire Lath,
California Kortli Beach & Saula Crcz
Quarry Tiles HxC rod, whlto nmlhltio;
Mtntoh, Plastic ami Encaustic Tiles In
vailous patterns, all kind.) of Dralnago
t Orvioit Southeast corner Ala
ken anil Qncott streetu.
Mutual "tiS-TELEPIIONESiSrilcll 351
-t o VOLUMES Encyclopedia Brllan
J.,0 nlca, Morocco bound, lu good
couuttioii, never uscu, Appiy at turn
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John Ena, Vice-President
Ci:on. Buow.v, Auditor.
Ti. C. AUIiTCu, Uanntcr.
Fort Stroct, : Honoluliu
Aro now prepir; d t) deliver Ico to aoj fart
of lie Oity.
Tho packing nnd shipment of country
ordcis will iecelo ino.it, c.nrdul atten
tion. All of our Ico Is manufactured from
Pino Mountain Water, carefully nitereU
by tho llyntt Pino Water Co. Kilter,
which Is universally acknowledged to
bo the best tiller niado.
iu our Refil
of Butter, Game, Fish,
lecelvod for cold storaga
crating Rooms nt iuod!-
0!" lee for sale at tho Fa:tory at any
' hour, day or night,