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TPKSDAY, JUNE L I, 1B90.
OiliU RAILWAY ft LAUD COKPAMVS
A. M. P. M.
Leave Honolulu !i:0o a:no
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Leave Miiiiiiu.t 11:00 4:0U
ArrUe Honolulu 11:18 1 1 IS
A. M. 1. M. 1'. M.
Leave Honolulu... !i::iu 2:"0 it :uO
AirlvcMaimini ...IH:I8 l:)u ,".:!8
I.e.ic Mini. mi ll:0o l:i:i I :or
Arrive lliiiiolulii...lliln !::'. -:M
Ull.tuealloii for IVieclooaiul IIo-
IHIIIIll lit S II III
,'itinr L'l;nliUo for Miiul in 5 i in
Mini- Kinaii for Ililo iiml way iohb :it
2 p III
t'luir Iwtilnnl for I.nlialim ami llnmn-
. kua at 10 a in
.Stair Mllailmln (or Kauai at ii in
Sdnr Walalealoior Nawlllwlil ami 11a-
iininnuhi at I m
Aiubltt I'lnnlcr, Dow, fori-an rrnncNco
Am tik rcriisH Thompson, Watts, for
San KrniiclTo 'l in
fcjehr Kawnllnui forKoolau
VESSELS LEAVIIIG T0-M0F.H0W.
fH-hr Kr.iill.eiumll for U'ohala anil 11:1-
Am hl.t S X Ca-ilc, I'lulcrwooil. for
FOREICf! VESSELS IN PORT.
V S J" S Cliarlcfcton. Hoar-Admiral Goo
lirown, fiom .San KiniieNeo '
II H M S Ai:oiii, Goo .V A I'ollaid, from
lrjnhn:uilt, It (!
J!r Milp lioi tow dale, Guthrie, fiom
ll'ht I'tauter, Dow, from San Fr.mclscn
Am miss p.'iol.et Monilny .Star, O K
Gavl uttJ, from .South Sea Islands
Am bk K .S Tlioiupon, Watts from ran
Am likt l)iseoory, 1) McNeil, fiom Snu
Am likt W 11 IMiuniiil. K l' Drew, fiom
Nor ship Tlior. V 12 Steinert, fiom
Newoasle, X S W
Am bk Ophir from Newcastle, N S W
Itr-l-mat bk Omen from Newcastle, X
Am bk .Tames Cliestoif, I'lumb. ftom
Am bk S l! Allen, T Thompson, from
Am bU Ceylon, 1C Cnlhrim, from Sun
FQREIUH VESSELS tXPECTED.
likt J A Falkcnbuij;. from I'eni, (for
Knliulul;dimMav 7 -Iirship
Blonj;i!oM sailed fiom Llver-
pool pr 18. iluu Aug i!l
Gor bk Adonis from liienKii
Ger bk Faust, from New Yoik
JJkJJncln .lohn, from Newcastle, iluc
- May 10
Ur bk ISIikor from London, sailed Apr
15, duo Aujf 2."i
IlawS S Aiistialla, H 0 llou(llcttc,froni
San Frnnel-eo, duo Juno 27
K M S S Alameda, Morse, Irom San
Francisco, en route In tho Colonies
tlue July "i
R M S S Miiilpoua, Ilavward, from the
Colonics on route to ban Francisco,
due June 1:7
Am bk AldPii Ucs-c. Howard, fiom San
Fianclrt'o (forlCaltuliiij, duo Juno
Am icbr Anna from San Franci-co (for
Kaliultii) due .lime 17
For Hamakua per stuir I walnut. Juno
iU lions J Mai.sden and XV 11 ItlcUatd
and CO .Japanese lmioIi':ints
For .Muni and Hawaii per stmr Ki
nau, June 21 For Volcano: MIsoi;
V Kolslon and A L Hoilj;e. For I.alia
iua, Kawalliac and llllo: Miss Holt i
Snllioy, C 11 KlcliauUoii, Mr Austin,
Mrs Joseph, Mi Jos Mclutciis.llev 03
trom, J 0 Lane, XV Fl'oue, lion J T
linker, 12 0 Dowsctt, 11 II Webb. J Ken.
ton. Klmo Fake, Mrs Heibeit, S Xow
Ifin, Hon W II Com well, L Hngln, XV
IIIl'Iii'S and wife, Jim Wie, J Saiiileid,
0 lledi'iiiuiin, Masters Mabv (2) and 15
For S.ui Francisco per bk Ferris S
Tliompoon, Juno y-Col K M Tliomp
ton and wife, mid II C Silicon.
The baik Ferris S Thompson aiIed
for San FraucUco to-day with Mm fol
lowing caitfo: XV G Irwin it Co, 5,157
bg3 sugar: II A Wlilemaun, SiiOi bga
hiignr; J '1 Wateiliousc, 200 bgs bugar;
SI1114 Ohong & eo, :12S0 bgsrlco; M S
Grlnbaum & Co, 11120 bgs rtco. Total :
tonnage, 71; tlonivstlu valup, 77,
The Am barkcntlnu S X Castle, Capt
Underwood, will sail to-morrow lor San
Purser L V Forster of the steamer
Iwalaul goea lu the samo eapnelly in 1I10
Mtcnmcr Mlkahala this afternoon.
STEIXCH In Honolulu. June 21, to the
wife of Jus. Steincr, u fOii.
Frank May, assault on Jon IVr
rtiira, ami Joo I'erreira, ansnult 011
Henry .May, were reprimanded ami
Ah Wing, All You and Ah Xeo
were cadi lined $.10 and costs, with
iinptifloinneiiL 0110- hour added, for
opium in possession.
A native woman as loniinmmled
for asaaultiny her blslur, and dW
Thrco forfi'ils of 86 each weru do
clured, nnd two ilneb of 82 impoied
Seven shocks of earthquake have
occurred in tliu French Depavlmont
of Jura, inllicting yrea,t dumagu. In
the vicinity of the Juia Mountains
tho people were panic-stricken and
rIiico the first of the slincks havo
refused to re-enter their hoiibcs.
Thousands of men, women and chil
dren camped out in the open fields.
No loss to life is reported, but a
largo amount of property has been
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tliuiti: will bo 110 drill of Co.
Honolulu Hillen, thin evening.
cull tii-nioriow nl II
: a, 111.
'I'm: tcpoit of Iv.imelmtlK'ha St linni
recitations this morning is dufciicd
for want of space.
Tiik nflvr noon nilo of St
Ciilliedrnl Hewing Society
poned until TiicmIhv, July 1
Tin; .Mecliuiiie' A Woikiugniuri'it
P. 1. Union, will meet Ihia evening
tit Hie K. of 1". Hall, ut 7 o'clock.
Tiiuur; will be 11 epeoinl tnccllng of
the tieo, V. Do Long l'ort, thi.s eve
niug, at !:?.() (iVIni'k, in (lie hall,
Arn:."!T!os is called to tho mhot
tiM'liicnl if Steel Uails, juM leeciveil
e lloiTOwd.di', lot miIo by (j. V.
.Mnpfiiilaiii' A" Co.
Tin: walls of the .--toiie .M-hnnltconi
liuilding at Kameliameha Schools
lmo i'imiii high cnougli to how tlie
spleudiil door and window .lichen.
Tliu Fim I'olicu will hold n tpocial
niceling at tho Kugine Co. Xo. 2
hall, to-morrow evening, at 7 :!I0
o'clock. Members 1110 requested to
tiring their badges.
Au America us arc invited to at
tend u meeting ut Mcinerny Hall,
nl 7 ::i() o'clock this evening, to com
pleto iiiiiiiigcmeut? for tlio reielira
lion of the Fotirlli of Julv.
A yacht rime for the Hawaiian
chullengo cup and pennant mr lOO,
will be nno of the oveutti of the com
ing Fourth of July. All paiticnlar.s
uiu given in tbn Itcialtu Coinmit
JijcV liotificatiuii in auotbei eoluinii.
Tirn Fourth of July i near at
hniul only nine days moic. Tlie
local eilebtaliou of the gieat Ameii
can national holiday lias never yet
been a faihne, and is not likely to be
this year. It is bound' to be a
FrtA.VK Godfrey is now preparing
for publication a new edition of his
handy "Itcady Rcfeience and Direc
tory" which will be of ue, not alone
to politician? in drumming up lag
ging voters at tho coming election for
Xoble, but ul.'o to huMiic?. men and
At a recent meeting of the Cali
fornia Historical Society, accouling
to tlio CallV. nqiort, "Dr. Geoigc L.
Filch, who for many years held the
position of lioyal l'liysieiun of tho
Hawaiian Iantl-. read .1 very inloi
cr.ling paper on Hawaiian oleanoos
ami the cutouiH and habits of the
native). lie alto pre-outed photo
guiphic vicwit of the inlands and
their inliabitnat", and leceived. the
thanks of the tocietv for ids contri
bution." EVENTS THiS EVF.NII1C.
Meeting Americans, Mcinerny
Hall, at 7:30.
Excelsior Lodge Xo. 1,1. (). O.
F.. at 7:30.
Court Lunalilo, Xo. Gf.00 A. ().
F at 7:S0.
Ceo. W. De Long I'ost. Xo. T
O. A. R., at 7:30.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rillns,
Hand Conceit at Thomas Square,
Meeting Mcohnnics and AVorking
men's P. P. Union, at Knichts of
IMhiau hall, at 7.
Thirflawaiiun Hand will give iv
public concert atThomab Square this
evenmg iu 1 :uu o cioci:
lowing is the programmu
Overturo llerlin Life
Duet II Trovatoio
llooheno. I.lhi Kid Oriole.
Feleetion -The Gondolier Sullivan
Clarinet Solo LonIu Alontlfort
Cornet Solo First Love Newman
Waltz -Don Ciesar Celller
M'KINLEY ON THE TARIFF BILL.
In the North American Review
for June Mr. McKinley makes a
statement of the results he expects
from tho tariff hill which is desig
nated by his name. On the basis of
last year's importations, tho bill will
make freo foreign products to the
value of 8200,800,710. There, will
remain on the name basis of total
importations foreign products to the
amount of 37.'), 021, 087 on which
duties will bo collected. It will ho
seen, therefore, that under the
McKinley hill nearly one-half of our
total imports will he free. Willi tliu
single exception of sugar, tliu addi
tions to the freo list consist largely
of commodities not produced In our
country. The articles upon which
tho rato of duties is increased are
products common to this and oilier
countries. The bill places upon the
free list imports to the value of
SI OH ,232, 080 which are under the
present tariff on tliu dutiablo list.
This amount is largely composed of
sugar, which is likely yet to bo
transferred to the dutiable list by
the. Senate. The bill In its main
feature Is, as Mr. McKinley nays, in
the interests of the peoplo of the
United States, mid for the better de
fense of their homes and industries.
--San Francisco Call, Juno M.
The Reichstag adopted the grant
of 4,500,000 marks on account ol'
.DAILY BULLJfiTlJSi HONOLULU, ii. J
f OUHTIIMOF JULY.
aStM'llnji nf American 4 IIIi'Iim
A reunite tor the CelHiritfloii.
In 1 espouse to Hie call of Ilia
Fvcellonoy John L. Stevens, United
States Mintslei Resident, a largo
number of American citizens gather
ed at the Hawaiian Hotel hut night,
I to make airaiigcments for the iclu
! biiition of the coming nnulversaiy
1 of the Independence of thv United
I States. The meeting was held in
l the prhato dining loom at the cud
of the main one, and it overllowed
to the latter and to the veranda.
Reside? the .Minister weie present
Constil-fieneial Severance, Deputy
CorHiil-Gcnernl Riclmrds-on, Rev.
Dr. Hccku'ilh, and other prominent
residents u will he found named in
Minister Stevens called the meet
ing to order, stated its object, and
n5.ked it to elect its olllcers.
Hon. W. F. Allen was elected
chaiimau, and Mr. K. Faxon llishnp
s-ecrUary, both by acclamation. The
chairman said that the llrst business
had usually been to elect a general
committee, iln lead a list of twenty
one names and submitted it In the
Several additional names were
proposed, when Mr. Rishopsaid that
more than twenty-one would lie an
unmanageable committee, and moved
that a committee of twenty-one be
elected by the meeting. Carried.
Tho following names were accord
ingly propiiM'd and accepted : A. J.
Cartwriglit, V. F. Allen, J. II.
L'aty, IJ. F. Dillingham, II. F. Hob
haul, Geo. Smith, A. llcrbeil,
Fiank L. Winter, fi. F. Roardnian,
IT. A. I'armelee, J. O. Socnccr, J.
W. 1'iatt, XV. II. 1 1 nogs, J. H.
Sopor, T. C. I'orter, W. II. Coin
well, A. XV. Richardson, J. A. Oil
man, John Ross, 12. F. liishop, O.
Mr. Spencer wiid he just had a
despatch fiom .Mr. XV. R. Castle,
faying ho could not come but hoped
they would make the eagle hcream,
and la- would bo glad to do anything
to help them. A motion to put Mr.
Castle on the committee in place of
lion. V. 11. Cornweil, who had ask
ed to be, excused, iwts laughingly
A recess of fifteen minutes was
taken, to give the committee time
to submit a programme to tliu meet
ing. The. chairman, 011 resumption of
the meeting, repotted that the com
mittee had agreed to have literary
exercises, a picnic, and sports at
Raymond Grove, Pearl Harbor, and
a ball in Honolulu; aio that the
following sub-coinmiUcc4 hud been
Finance.!. H. Paly, V. F. Al
len, G. XV. Smith, R. F. Dillingham,
II. A. rarmcleo.
Salutes II. F. Hebbard.
Literary T. C. Porter, A. XV.
Richardson, II. A. Parmelee.
Sports XV. II. Cornweil, AV. 11.
Hoogs, John R039, J. A. Oilman,
11. M. Whitney, jr., J. 11. Soper.
Ralllv. F. Bishop, F. L. Winter,
A. V. Richardson , J. XV. Pratt, G.
12. Doardman, J. II. Soper, A. Iler
beit. Mr. J. A. Mehrtens asked if this
was to bo for the benefit of the Oaliu
Mr. Bishop thought he understood
the feelings of some iu regard to
having the meeting at Pearl Harbor.
In deciding to have the celebration
down there the committee did not
have any view of giving an advan
tage to the Oaliu Railway Company.
There would be a ride on the rail,
people would see a now country. It
was not the intention to shut out
anybody from enjoying the day.
Fverybody could go down there and
enjoy it. Several people at that
meeting had never been at Peail
River. When any person got up and
said it was for the bcnellt of the
railway he cast a slur ou the commit
tee. Mr. Spencer said the expense iu
previous yeart) for 11 lanai had been
very laigu, and he thought the round
trip on the railway would not cost
more than 50 cents. There is a
largo lanai down there suitable for
dancing. There is a good baseball
ground there, where all kinds of
sports can bo held.
Mr. F. IJ. MeStockcr said some
of them did not like crowded pic
nics. Therefore the celebration
should be divided lound boat races
in Honolulu harbor iu tho morning.
He moved to have Che national ganie
of baseball in tho afternoon.
Mr. Barney Ordenstcin was not
going to the picnic but he had no
objection to it. He would like to
know what kind of a ball thoy would
have after people tired themselveaout
dancing at Pearl Harbor. Have the
Fouitli of July in town, but let
those who want to go down, go. Let
thoro bo boat races, particularly
pulling, and other "ports here. If
lids committen wanted to have all
tho celebiation at Peail Harbor, he
didn't think this meeting w&uld be
in favor of it. Thoro were men-of-war
iu port, and thoy would help iu
tho celebration. Have the exercises
in town but make arrangements for
llioso who want to go to Peail Har
bor to go there.
Mr. B. F. Dillingham, as a mem
ber of tho committee and of tho
Oaliu Railway Co., wanted to act
himself right with t lie meeting.
Sometime ago he was asked if ar
rangements could be made for hold
ing tho celebiation at Peail Harbor,
Since it was proposed ho had serious
thoughts about the exorcises being
held so far away. It was a question
whether all the people who would
want to go down them could be ac
commodated 9) well as he would
like. Therefore ho would like to
have the exercises here.
Dr. Rodgera said he thought Iho
celebration should be all at one
place, aside fiom boat trices, etc. It
resolved itself into a question of
time and of money. Thoy could go
down theie iu a train quicker than
almost any wheic else In a 'bus. It
would cost as low probably as to go
to the Park iu a 'bus. II a special
Innal has cost nay 8500 (A voice:
"Twelve hundred dollars") then
homo of that might go to lighten the
railway fares for Hie people.
Mr. Spencer said theio would be
a yacht race, anyway. Ho suggested
that the committee be instructed to
provide rowing and yacht races in
Mr. Dillingham tnid thoy could
seat a million people at Peail Har
bor on the side of a loch where
everyone could sec boat vacos. They
proposed to 1 1111 a train each way
every hour, carrying 500 people
comfortably. Beginning at 7 o'clock
they could get 'down from MOO to
3000 people by 12 o'clock. An ob
jection to the oxcK'ises there was
that there would likely be more than
3000 people, and a good many would
complain about their meals if the
exercises wejv Iwo hours long as
usual. The pavilion would accom
modate 200 couples dancing, and
2000 people within heailug of ri rea
sonably clear voice. Thoy impos
ed to charge .10 cents fare, as any
thing less would bring too large a
crowd. Some had proposed to make
it free, and so far hs lie was concern
ed he would be glad to make
it free, but they could not in that
case carry so many people as would
Mr. Spencer moved, Mr. Bishop
seconded, and it carried, 15 to 10,
that the literary exercises be held at
Mr. J. W. Winter sr.id tliu base
ball match if played would keep the
peoplo till after five o'clock, and
asked how long it- would take to
transput t llicni back to Honolulu.
Mr. Dillingham It would take as
long as to take them there. (Laugh
ter.) Dr. Rodger moved that the base
ball match bo held at Makiki.
Mr. MeStockcr That's aruingcd
Mr. J. V. Winter A gamo will
be played on the fourth between the
Honolulu and the Star. This meet
ing will have no influence on the
decision of the League as to where
it will be played. A committee lias
been down there and found the
Mr. Spencer b.aid the clubs could
only play elsewhere than Makiki by
Mr. G. K. Wilder stated that
some players had refused to play a
league game except at Makiki.
Mr. .7. W: Winter was not in fa
vor of having everything down at
Raymond Grove and then coming
back to a ball. Let us go down
there and have a good time and stay
down, but what is the usu of having
a thousand-dollar ball in town when
everybody is tired?
Mr. Bishop said the ball would
not cost a thousand dollars. It
would do no harm to take the sense
of the meeting on having baseball
Mr. G. K. Wilder That menus
the sense of the meeting that the
rest of the people go down to Pearl
River and the baseball players .stay
.Mr. Spencer said a scrub nine of
t lie l'acilio Hardware Co. would play
a nine from the Charleston.
Mr. MeStockcr withdrew his mo
tion for baseball.
Mr. Cornweil moved that the
meeting leave eerythiiigm the com
Mr. J. II. Fisher held that the
meeting had a right to change the
programme, and asked if the com
mittee had selected a place for hold
ing tlte ball. Ho moved that the
hall be abandoned. Mr. Bishop
seconded the motion, expressing his
pleasure in doing so, n chaiiman of
the ball committee.
Mr. Spencer moved, secluded by
Mr. Mehrtens, that the dancing be
done at Raymond Giove.
Mr. Bishop said it went against
his grain to give up tlte Fourth of
July ball. Kver since ho came to
Honolulu it had been the custom to
havo one. It gave a good opportu
nity to receive their naval friends
and other visitors. There they had
received them right royally. They,
had had a reputation at home and
abroad for hospitality. Foreign re
presentatives wort, received then
and a great many looked forwaid
Mr. Dillingham favored a ball at
both places. There will be plenty
of people at both.
Dr. Grossman ohjrctnd to aban
doning the ball.
Mr. Bishop moved to reconsider
tho vote for having literary exer
cises at Pearl Harbor, but t'ouud no
Mr. Mehrtens was in favor now of
having everything down there.
Mr. Kelly thought the foteign
representatives could bo received ati
well at Pearl Harbor as here.
Mr. Hebbard wished to icsign
from the committee of twenty-one.
Mr. Fisher moved lhatthu ball he
held at the Armory of the Honolulu
Mr. Bishop moved it bo left to the
discretion of the committee. .
Mr, C. J. McCarthy said there
wus a spilt last year all Americans
were not swallow-tails and n sec
ond ball wan held at tho Arlou. He
1 secqudetl Mr, Fisber' motion.
0UITii U. 1BU0.
Mr. G: L. Edwnrds wanted to
know for what the committee wa3
The motion to have the ball at Iho
Rill's' Armory carried.
Mr. Fisher'uioved that the report
of the committee as amended be
Mr. Bishop did not want to run
the Fourth of July, but most re
spectfully declined to serve as chair
man of the ball commitlcc.
The chairman, when two or three
nominations to the vacancy were de
clined, said Iheie were "six on tho
committee when Mr. Bishop had
Mr. Spencer said there scorned to
be a split, and all Americans wished
to celebrate the Fourth of July In a
harmonious manner. He tlieiefon:
moved that the last vote be recon
sidered. Mr. McCarthy said the voto was
almost unanimous, and lie didn't see
that, because Mr. BUhop rc.sigtiud
fiom that committee, there was a
Air. Bishop said that never before
had committees boon intorfciod with,
and never had there been a celebra
tion that was not a success. What
is Hie use of appointing a committee
if this meeting i" to tell it what to
Mr. Fisher thought Mr. Bishop
ought to know enough of parliamen
tary practice to know that a commit
tee is only the creation of the meet
ing that appoints- it. He moved a
vote of thanks to the Hotel manage
ment for (lie use of the room.
Mr. Bishop .seconded Urn motion
and the meeting passed it and dis
persed. 4th JULY,
ALL Anietieans who attended tliu
meeting him uvcnitii; and all
others who ave interested In celebrating
the cumins Itli, are roqueted to meet
THIS (Tuesday) UVKNING, at 7:!!0
o'clock, at Mcliiurnj Hall, to complete
ariaugciueiits for the celebration.
"8S It rienidontof the Day.
Fire Police Notice,
rpriTIMJ will be a special meeting
i TO-MORROW (Vdnesduv
RVRXIXG, at o. 2 Knghie Iloue.
All members are requested to brjng
'Si 2t Secietarv.
rjnilH Mechanics' & Worklngmen's V.
JL P. Union will meet at the K. of P.
Hall, Fort stieet, TUKSOAY KVRX
IX(i. June 'Jlth. Doors ojicn at 7
o'clock. As there is btiirics of import
ance to attend to all meinbui's are re
queued ro be present.
037 2t PKII ORDLT..
6. A. R. Notice.
IlKAiqi;AinT.K3, Gr.o. W
l'OST, XO. in. JJf.fT,
1 OUMA. Ii. A. H.
Honolulu, June ai, JSfW.
'JMIIIKF. w.ll be n special
JL meitlng of ibis Post
in its Hall, Kiui; s-'.icut,
ut 7:30 o'clock. A full at
tendance is requcMtd.
Press New Edition
Heady Reference & Directory,
Jlolny; a carefully
r.f Voteis for Nobles In Mm Dlstiiet of
Honolulu. ContainliiL' the imnej, oc
cupation and dlstiiet and precinct resi
dences of 1,700 votei, having In
comes of over 8(!t'0 per annum.
& Order.) muv be left at the Ha
waiian News- Co. 033 tf
5 !. v.'y O llrodio's yard. The
fr; . ;i a
jr'. J,i omih:! limy
'Vi.rss.'j. T.- imIIIin. ilim.. r.v. lit...,.
-1. 'J VlIUj Ulbll.'l VII... II
mid paying damages.
NOTJLCK to HOltHEailHT!
riMic .Celebrated Run
t nlt'i:: .Stallion ".She-
lvindoati" will bland
thl j Fcasou at the
fcf,0. For (mt her particulars
at the Dairy. OSOJhn
Uoi'moh & TiIalcM Ifor Stile.
v 'VRF. following desirable 1111I
'fca .JL nulls will bo sold at a bar-"iLJ-fr,
yaln. to wit: It Finn Young
lloices, ! Young .Mules, shed by the
Kentucky Jack Illuehor," 11 Brood
Mares, expected shortly to have Mule
foals. Apnlv to
07U If -ii Merchant s rent, Honolulu.
10 . M I1m IV r Yard,
MACFARLANE & CO.
Neat Cattle !
On MONDAY, July
There will bo sold at Public
at Kahikluul, Maul,
! 100 Heart Cows k Calves,
TIOltG or UJSU.'
ra A good opportunity to procuro
tlnu $tock 07'J lm
NOW IS THE TIME
j b B " f1 F
HiTSMPi !TP n
Iliii&BJflr tAlis &
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy toraa. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
Tliu following are a few of the many r.ttf active forms offered by this '
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS,
PARTNERSHIP AND dOINTLIFC POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, ita payments prompt and certain, and Uj
(7ini the :,rciv York Sun, April -Uh, 1S90.)
Tho Largest JJiwInoos Evor Tru;isnctuil by n Lilt! Asmui-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance .Society of IS'ew
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Firrr
Million Doixmu. This is at thu rate of two hundred million.) of ansnv
mice fur the year, and id unprecedented In the annald of life assurance.
tyluforinatiuti cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. GARTWRECHT,
General Atrent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assuranco Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
E. R. HnNunr, Prcddcnt fc Manager.
Qonrith? UnOAv.s, heosetarv A, Treasure-
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,,
tjvi an -aviso.)
Ojito.H;r':Iu!ir.:Kiik. : Fort Mtret, ?unoluliu
-IM POUTERS mid
Oenl Hardware, Glassware, Orockery,
Geuuico Havilacd China, plain and ilfccratcd; nnd Wdgriwo-:i
Piano, Library .t Stand Lamps, Chandeliers &. Elcctolior?,
Lamp Fixture of all kind,", A complete e.aortru't of Drills &. Tiles,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES fl HU DESCRIPTION !
The "aozellu" 3-whcoIed Riding Plow & Equalizer,
BlucbQurd Rico 2'low, l'liintorc,' Steel & Goosencckcd IIocd,
LARD, CYLIXDBIt, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Yjrni'.bctf & Brushes, Manila ,'t. Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, JL-oe9 Hone,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, A STE.UI,
Arale Iron "Ware, Silver Plated Ware. Table .t Pocket Cutlorv.
Powder, Shot it C.jh, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cu
Hart's 3'atcut "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe & Bolt Threading,
Iltirtman'a Steol Wire Pence & Steel Wire Sluis,
Wm. C. itteuer'u Wrought Stool Rangca
Gato City Stouo 1'iUcrn,
"New Trot'css" Twbt Drills,
nov-S0-S9 Nca'.'s Carrift;o Pttint--.
DfTTSSn.K A' rU? 5"C
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
Hotjso Keeping Goods,
PLXTMBIHS, TIN, GOPirEE AND
99,' Sheet Iron Work.
Contractor f$ & Unildcr.
HMIniaics Given on L'rick, Iron. Slono h
Wboiloa Buildings. Jobbing
KKKl'S ron sm.y.
Brick, Lime, Cement, Piaster ot Pdrls,
Maiblo DiiHt, Wlie Lath,
California north Beach & Santa Crnz
Quarry Tiles OxC red, white and hluc;
Minion, Thistle and Kiie.'inntie. 'lllei hi
various (lattcrus, all LhnU of Diahinc,u
jiir OmuK SouUicti't corner Ala
kea and Queen Htteets.
1 C VOLUMES Kncyclonrcdiii Uritan
Xaj nlea, Morocco hound, In cood
condition, never vod
THOMAS. Ilninn Baa P
tkJmc4jua&C(?iizAixsr. - tfitivm jiLlai
Jon.v Yn, Vfcc-Prehlent
Orx'ii. Rnow.v, Auditor.
L. C. AHI.ES, Manncer.
Fort Street, : Honolulu.
Are cow prepared to dollier Ico to my ywt
cf Ue City.
Tho inoldii and slilpnient of country
orders will receive moat careful ntlei:
tlou. All of our lee Is. manufactured from
I'urii Mountain Water, carefully tlltcicd
ly the Hyatt I'tiro Water Co. Fitter,
which is unlverially acknowledged to
lie the best lllter made.
Taefcimes of Hotter, Game, Flb,
Meats, l.tc, received for cold storaao
lu our ltefrlgeratluj; Kooms at uiode
K Ico for salo at the Factory at nnjr
' imsu ihK yy.
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