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WEDJCESDA'Y, .JUNE 25, 1800.
OAHC RAILWAY ft LAIiD CQMHH
TIME TAULE 1
a. m. r. M.
Leave Honolulu :00 2:0a
Atrivo Mununu 0:18 yiLs
Leave Mnmina 11:00 1:00
Alllvc Honolulu I IMS -li-lS
A. M. r. M 1 M.
Leave Honolulu... 0:30 l:;io 3:C0
AiilvuMauuna... .10:18 1:18 3i-13
Lvnve Mnnaiia.... 11:00 1:1:1 '1:03
Aril VU Honolulu.. .11:13 2:111 -1:53
Stan AK.iin.ti from Wm.iuai anil y'aia
lun fitim j;is MsUco from Kauai
B.mr C It Bishop from a e.rcul! cf O.ihu
belli" Marc E rustcr from Kau.il
r o. uei'AinuHSs.
Schr Kuulkcaouil for Kohala ami Ila-
am bl.t S X Caslle, Underwood, for
Schr llalci!:al.i for Kaluilul
VESSELS LEAViHJ TG-MORnSY.'
Stmr J113 Mahcc for Kapau ci 3 p m
SjhrMrtiy i: l"otcr:or rCan.:l
For Maut pur stmr Llkollkc, Juno 21
KCi'.Uounnd V Turner, 160 Japan
ese hmnlgi tints, and SO deck.
Var Kiiti.tl per stmr Mikiihala, Juno
24-F V Glade, Mr Robinson, Mr
d'Avignon, 0 Kalwl and sou, Mrs Kala
and dtiUEchtoi', S Kaeo, O u BKnop, 11
Myhiv, E Kopfce, t: Chinese, "JO Japan
ese Immigrants, and JO deck.
For linn I' mncUco per but S N Castlo
June 23 Mis Farnsworth.
Kiom Kau.il per stmr James Vnkcc,
June 2j-("ol Z H Spalding. J X S Wil
liams, G E Falrdilnl, and 'J deck,
CARQ0S FKGM ISLAND MilTS.
Stmr Jus Makce -2C50 bag3 sugar from
Schr Alary E roster 1G30 bas t113.1i"
'Hie steamer Iwalanl tool: twontv-sls
mules for llouok.u yo3tci"dav.
'lhti baikentiue Discovery will call
next Monday for S:m Trauelseo.
Tno b.irkcuiiuo Planter too!: to ?an
rianclsco to-day S3a bjrrels mol iic3
und 10,105 bas sugar i'dpped us fol
lows. M S Grmb mm & Co, IU' ba'4S
su.ir; II llaukfuld & Co, H, 113 bugs
sugar i Theo II l'ale? & Co. 77 bbl3
111 ilasjcs; J II Unnis, 170 bbt lnolastijsi.
Totals: tonnage, 1U1 tons-, clomeaiie
The Imrkcntinc a X Cattle salted this
morning for San FrmioUco will 14,731
b.igi sugar shipped as follow:,: U
-Utcver & Co, m;o bags sugai ; FA
sjeh.u'fi'i" & Co, ! 18-2 bags sugar; Theo
II D. ivies & Co, 83 .0 bag sugar. Ton
uacre, 852 tons; doinustlo value, 873,
QUICK IRON WORK.
A little over two weeks ao (he
mnceration mill of the Koloa Sugar
Co. broke down. The Honolulu
Iron Woiks goc an 01 tier to mnke
the repairs. Tlici' had to make two
Jaige pinions including the patterns,
and they shipped them the day week
ulter tbo order was received. On
the day previoii3 Hip. check was re
ceived from the mill. This is the
heaviest part of the miii, weighing
three and a half tons. The whole
woik wna ready in one week, and
shipped by yesterday's steamer.
The Koloa is the largest maceration
mill on the Islands. It was origin
ally raado in San Francisco, but It
proved too light i 1 construction to
otand the strain. It has now been
ulmost entirely rebuilt by the Hono
lulu Iron Works, and that in two
woeko-f com "th breakdown.
SUPREME COURT SPECIAL BANCO
DErOBE JUDD, C. J., M'CL'LLV, mCKKU-
ao:, dolu, j.r.
WnDSESDAv, Juno 2o.
The Court opens ct 1U a. tn. and
takes a noon recess.
gTliG King V3. T11 Hon. Appeal
iroui 'order of McUuliy, J., at -Uh
Circuit Court. W. 0. Smith for
defendant, appellant. On motion of
Attornov-Genl. Peterson, continued
until July term, 1890.
In re application of L. A. Thurs
ton, Alinister of Interior, for writ of
mandamus against George J. Ross,
A. P. Petcr&on for relator ; F. M.
Hatch for responvlent. Petition for
writ of mandamus. Appeal March
31, 1890, of relator from decision of
March 21, lfcSO, of Air. Justice
BlcCully, refusing the. prayer of said
relator. Argued and submitted.
In re widening of Alakca btrcnt.
Win. Foster for S. C. Allen ct til. ;
"W. A. Whiting for Hawaiian Gov
ernment. Appeal of S. C. Allen ct
nl. Exception ot Hawaiian Govern
ment fiom decision of Jucld, C. J,
Aigucd and submitted.
In the matter of Ilia estate of
Keuliiahonui, deceased, appeal from
the decision-of Judge liickciton,
sustaining plea in bar, the Supreme
Court in banco has rcudcied a deci
sion, supporting the decision ap
pealed from. That decision forma
llio bulk of the present deliverance
anil was published in full in the
Bulletix. C. L. Carter for peti
tioner, appellant; F. 31. Hatch for
Mrs. Ila.tlelca, 0110 of the respon
dents. The yachtJ Healuni, Hawaii, He
lena, and Spray aro on tho Marine
llailway, getting furbithed up for tho
cballongo oup and pounant ruco.
LOCAL a GliliGftAL HEWS,
A stiAWi has been lost.
Latest foreign news on the fourth
A lMUTXEit i witntod to further .1
The mcelinsc of tho Y. W. C. T. U.
will not bo held lo-morrow afternoon,
The next meeting of tho Honolulu
Arion will he held July 3 at tho Hiatal
horn and place.
Cai'tb. A. Kullcrrw. V. BaU-s and
J. A, King will he the judges of tho
yacht race on the -lth.
Mr, Morgan will hold hi regular
cash sale to-morrow, tho parlieulau
of which n:e ad vc-t tlted.
Some nddiiions v ill be found to
U10 lit of Articles to be "-old for l!ov.
W. U. .Meiritl ut auction.
Av engino and boilei nro b 1 n ji
mndo for tho IIiimolmmr.lm. Hcbooi
at the Honolulu Iron Works.
A:.' adjourned mooting of tho Pio
ncer Building and Loul Arrocintion
will be held at one o'clock to-tuor-row.
Five Chineso were nirelfd in Ma
nnuk attreetnt diftV-icnt horns to
day, for opium unlawfully in posses-'
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Sorielv will meet Saturday evening
at 7 :G0 at the hmiso ;f Mr.'ll. Water
home. The limn for leeeiving tenders for
supplying water pipo to tho Govern
ment h.fA been extended to Wednes
day, July 2nd.
A PiviBEKD cJ tbrt'O dollars will bo
paid to the stockholder of the I. I.
S. ??. Cv on Thur.-diiy, June "Cnh, at
their oir.ee on Queen street.
Tni: office of the Amlitor-Qouw.l
has been moved to tho 100m down
itaira in Aliiolani Hale, foimeily oc
cupied by Hun. C, P. Iaukea, "Com
missioner of Ciown Land-.
ICsionis belonging to Mystic Lodge
1Z. of P., iue oideitd lo L: present at
Cnsilo Hull thij evening for tho elec
tion of officers and other important
The graduating clas3 of Oahu Col
lpgo planted a tree nt the College
giounda this morning as u reminder
of their school life tinder tho foster
ing caio ot the ie.ti:ing President,
llev. W. C. ilcnilt.
M.t. and Mf. H. llalnoad have
ieeued invitations for the wedding
icr-cption of their daughter Annie
anil William Utoy Lackland, at the
Snow cottage, Hotel otieet, Wednes
day evening ue::t from 8 to 10
Jonx Bichmoxd, chief witness for
the Crown in the llonokua homicide
case, was not arrc-stcd lor desertion
frum the Adjmt, as lcjiorted. Ho is
detained at the Station in default of
a bond, pending the appeal of tho
prisoners to the full bench.
Tun pupils of 'St. Louis College
will give" a musical and dramatic en
tertainment in their hall, Thursday,
July 10:h, at 7:30 ). m. Admission
$1 and 50c. Tiolcts can bo secured
ut tho Hawaiian Xews Co., at J. J.
Williams' and at the Collego.
Mn. Levey will sell for account of
whom it may concern, Friday at 10
o'clock, two crates Jlajoliea and
earthenwnro vases, slightly damaged
by llro and water on ship Borrowdalo.
At 11 o'cloi-k bo will eell a gilt and
plated pendulum clock, described in
Oxe of 1 ho horses in a Woodhtwn
Daiiy wagon bceimo fractions oppo
site II. Uuckfeld & Co.'s this after
noon. It was caught and held by
Prank Perreira, this being hi3 eight
eenth exploit of the kind. The
seventeenth was his catching of a
uiniiway near the Bulletin oflico
The Mechanics' and Woiking
men's Political Protectho Union met
in the Knights of Pythias Hall last
night. Hon. Horace Crabbe pre
sided, and (stated tbo object of the
meeting to be toenduiecor otherwise
the candidate agiccd upon by tho
committees to fill the place in tho
Legislature vacated by Hon. J. A.
Cummins. Tho nomination of Mr.
C. O. Bergor was enthusiastically
EVEKTS THIS EVENIIJQ.
Meeting Hawaii Easeball Club, at
Services at Central Union Cliurob,
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, ut 7:30.
Drill Co. C Honolulu TvlQcs,
Oahu Lodge o. 1, K, of P., at
Mystio Lodgo No. 2, K. of P., at
Meeting of Fire Police, at 7:30.
Ono SO forfeit and two 81 fines
f3r drunkennes3 made up the crimi
nal butiuess to-day.
On the civil side, Kalllcha (w.)
vs. Ah Sing, replevin for a rooster,
was tried. S. It. Kane for plaintiff,
V. V. Ashford for defendant. The
rooster was valued at 81, but plain
tiff testified ita losa cost her S'J try
ing to pet satisfaction. Judgment
wns rendered for plaintiff for the
return of tho rooster, and that de
fendant pay $4.10 costs. An appeal
was taken to tho Supremo Court,
D&lbX BULLKTllS : 1JO.NOLULU, li.
MEETIKQ OF AMEBICAHS.
ri'Ollmltim.v Arransrtui-iit Corn
lili'tuil Jot" tin; (jilurlonn t'oialli.
Another tneetins of United Stales
citlzein waii held last night. Il was
in Melneruy hall und numerously
Hon. W. F. Allen culled the meet
ing to order at H o'clock, laying that
Sir. A. J. Cnrtwtight, who had onll
cd tho meeting, was unable lo at
tend and had 1 equated him to take
Hie chair. He asked Mr. J. A. Oil
man to "iot as secretary and, con
tinuing, said mattery hud been left
iu a somewhat uncertain stale last
night, and this nicotine: wan called
to anive nl a. clear understanding.
Mr. B. Orrien-tciu wished tho
chaiiman to state clearly the object
of this meeting. lie was willing lo
abide by tho results of last night's
meeting, for hu was not a klckur
although some might think be wn.s.
Tho eliaitman re-slated the posi
tion of tho matter. On motion of
Mr. J. W. Pratt the vote of last
night regarding the exercises as
Sir. Pratt then moved that the
literary exercises be held in Hono
The chairman stated that 3rr.
Porter hud declined to serve on the
lileiaiy committee, and aked for a
nomination of u chairman of that
Mr. Ordenstoin nominated Mr. 31.
31. Scot:, ho declined but was con
strained by the chair and meeting to
The resignation of 3Ir. Paty from
the finance committee wag also an
nounced. Sir. W. W. Hall was
elected to make up the number.
Sir. Ilebbard was induced to re
consider his resignation from the
The chairman asked if it was the
tinderntiinding that the progiainnio
should be salutes morning and noon,
literary exercises in the forenoon,
sports at Sfakiki and the League
game of baseball in the afternoon,
and a ball in the evening at the
Honolulu Utiles Armory.
Dr. Grossman raised the question
of having the ball on the eve of the
ilh ; but niter a short discussion by
the chairman and Mr. Harry Whit
ney it was dropped, the reason being
that it would not suit the bail players
and boating men who would have to
exert themselves on the holiday.
The chairman asked for subscrip
tions, saying the president of the
day, Mr. Cnrtwright, had headed
tbo list with S100. (Applause.)
Dr. Grossman moved, seconded
by Sir. F. L. Winter, that the vole
to bavo the ball at tho Armory be
The chairman, in answer to ti
question by Sir. G dalle, said that
the committee bad nothing to do
with anything outside of town, bill
he understood Sir. Dillingham was
willing to run excursion train to
Sir. C. 31. White wanted to know
what committee would cngago the
music, and was informed by the
chair that ihe piactice had been for
thu ball committee to do so.
Sir. Dillingham, in answer to 3Ir.
D. Lyons, said train arrangements
for the Fouith had not yet been
mide. Probably special "trains if
required would be run between the
regular trains. The town had grown
too large for the vholu celebration
to be held at one place. He had
found a prevailing opinion in favor
of having the olllcial celebration
within the city limits. A detach
ment of the band had been promised
to him for Raymond Grove 011 the
Sir. Scott noticed Ihe omission of
a committee on printing and adver
tising. The chairman said it had been
agreed in general committee that it
would be better for each sub-committee
to attend to its own printing.
A vote of thanks was tendered to
Capt. J. 11. Fisher of Co. B, Hono
lulu Rifles, for tho use of the hall,
and at 8:30 the meeting adjourned.
After the meeting the subactiption
list was brought up to r.u aggregate
of over $500.
Fire Police Notice.
trilLlti: will be a special meeting
8 TO-MOBUOW (Wednesday)
EVENING, at No. a Engine House.
All members aio requested to bilng
P. J. HlGGiXS,
Pioneer Building & Loan Ass'n
4 X adjourned meeting of Ftoek
SX. holders of this AcsoeliiUnn will be
lit'M at Mi-Inerny Hull. Foit street,
TIIUBSDAY, Juno 2Gth, at 1 o'clock
i'. m. for tho purposo of receiving the
report of committee on by-laws.
5S0 It Secretary.
Attention, Knights !
'A. FULL attendanco of officers and
xA. iiiembcisof Mystle Lodge No. 'J.
K. of P., U heicby onleied to be picscnt
lit thu Castle Hall, on King street, THIS
(Wednesday) EVENING, at 7:30.
Dusluess: election of ofllccis for en
suing term, and other Impoitant biiil
ueas. All sojourning Knights qualified are
coidktlly Invited. .
J. M. McCHESXEy,
60 It K. of B. & 3.
TU1E undersigned wishes to meet
X w It li a mini of small mentis to join
him in tho fuitherlng of a now uiachiuc.
T. W. MENZEL,
P. O. Box 473, Honolulu, H. I.
fc"'ia.'tw:i.wl,art;'5o.y - .'q'A -
lit'rltnltouu In Aimtinl Kxercl'Jos-.
lMsjiluy ot Iitiluntl la! .V'or(.
Kecilations were given iu public
at thu Ujinnasiuni of the Kaincha
meha School for Boys, Tuesday
morning, as part of the annual ex
ercises of th'! institution for the
third year. His Slajosty tho King,
attended by Vicc.-Chamberlain J.
V. IloberUon, lions. C. H. Bishop,
A. S. Clrghorn and W. 1). Alexan
der, Prof. W. T. Brlgham, Ilevs.
Dr. Bcckwlth, 11. Binghrm, V.'.iia
man, Emerson and Fisher, Dr.
l'odgors, many parents of pupils,
and other Indies and gentlemen, wcio
Tho exercises wcio in the follow
ing order: Filth division, MUs I.
SI. Hight, rending and equations;
Fourth dhNiou, Sir. L. C. Lyman,
reading, analysis, and dictation;
Third division, Sir. I'. Thompson,
language lesson, fractions, and geo
graphy; Second division, Sir. II. s.
Townscnd, reproduction of story
told by teacher, pi.portion and in-
tcrest, and letter "writing; First
division, Sir. T. Richards, geometry
and oral composition (algebra omit
ted for waul of time).
The trading classes did exceed
ingly well. Sir. Thompson had a
carriugo wheel as the object of his
language diill. His patience and
quiet pelsistcnco iu making the boys
dcsciibe its paits and Ihetr respec
tive purposes indicated him as being
a valuable acquisition to tho teach
ing staff. Sir. Townsend's story
was about the stealing of Kameha
meha I. soon after his birth, ind it
was reproduced immediately after
the telling, belli orally and in writ
ing, with very fair accuracy by most
of the class. 'Ihe boys were quite
rapid in solving the problems in pro
portion and interest. Sir. Richards'
class evinced jetiiarkablu clearness
in their geometrical definitions and
demonstrations. Some of them
showed a gratifying mastery of Kng
lish in oifhand composition, giving
local descriptions and historical
sketches with facile clearness.
The exercises closed with n comic
ong vciy well sung by the School
Glee Club. Principal" Oleson then
invited the attention of the visitors
to the industrial products of the
pupils. They consisted of freehand
and mechanical drawing, and car
penter, blacksmith, Jailor, and print
ing work. Tho drawing was merit
orious to a marvel. Several pieces
copied from wall paper bought in
town showed rare capacity fordecor
ative art. Tables of kdi and kou
wood and a cedar chest stood on the
platform, a handsome cabinet of
various woods was at tho rear, nnd
numberless specimens ol carpentry
and turning were displayed on the
walls. There was a bewildering
variety of articles fiom the black
smith shop, anaiiged in attractive
order over a large wall area. Over
the platform were articles of cloth
ing, mosquito bars, and other speci
mens of ncrdlo work done by the
smallest boys iu thu school. Be
neath these were the punting speci
mens, showing commendable profi
ciency in composition, tho tabular
work being especially well done.
Tho School Exhibition wjll take
place at Kawaiahao Church next
Thursday evening, when an atliac
livo lileuiry unci iiui-icat programmes
will be offered, and industiial collec
A DIVIDEND of Thtco (83) Dollars
per share will lie paid u, me stock
holders of the Iiiicr-fflnnd Steam Navi
gation Co. at the'r olileo on THURS
DAY, June 20, 18D0.
.Us. L. McLIIAN,
Honolulu. Jnno 21, 1S90. r.so ut
notice to iioi:si::m: !
lliiidoali" will Mauri
till M'.IjOII ut thu
Woodlawu I )uh v:
830. For further pai-tii-nlui-.
t tho Dairy. f,tf. 3m
Hot-fles & aIhIcjs Fov Sale
T'.'IE following desirable ani
mals whl bo -old at a bar
gain, to will 11 Finn Yotlll''
Hoises, ti "Soiing Mules, Mieri ,y thu
Kentucky .lack 'Illucher,'' It lltouii
Mate;, expected shortly to hue .Mule
foals. Apply to
371) tf ISMcirli.int not. Honolulu.
VIS VI' f'.MI-w.,i ,x.-
plctely furnished, with
nhlfi. and cuthoitscs. for two
months, live minutes' walk from Pint
Olileo, from about lOih of July, to lOih
of September. Bent veiy cheap. Apply
nt Hi., r iti,. full. Hi 1 it
at Uuz.m:ti. Otllio.
J)iTA, A HOITSR with 7 rooms
jlirritfrJ a. and bath, on the eor-ii.V-3
nor of Iieretauia and 1'ensa
cola streets. Cain pas-, thu door. Ap
ply at this ofllcc. nsi tf
TO LET or
S'f& A TIIERcslileneo of Mrs. A.
&&& Apply to
J. Long, In Pauou Yalluy.
01 King St., oici" .1. Kott's More.
10 KENT or JLKASH
I on V
olt Mreet, iu tho
E&Sja "Melneruy Hloiik."' i-ciuitlv
occupied by.). N.b. Williams, suitable
for "olileo or Mom, For Information
apply to olileo Uulon Iron Wujks, Es-
pianaue, or to
J. X. S. WILLIASJy.
I., JhKB 'Aot l!)U.
i,.r,w - r....
is I y 4,
Ccacticbs it IOiSO A. II. bj.
Open to all Yachts over f tons and
not i-vecedliig 10 ttis In lnoa'uretucnt.
ptovlded, however, that this limitation
Mini! uol apply 10 Yacht" which were iu
B-iwaliiiu witeit and ihir cuteied for
the race of Jul) t, lsy.
The Hawaiian Gliallengo Cap &
Pennant for 1880,
Donated by the Hawaiian- Yachtjnc:
As-ociATiox, to be :illcd for annually
and coinlitioiially under In uii'p!ce.
V.'oti Juiy 4, 15S0, by Yacht llcdunl.
SSJ Com"n to bf billed, and ptlnlod
ltib'H. enn bo had bv all Yarhl owneii
on "application lo the undersigned Com
mittee. Li-t of entries will bo open at
the-Mere of the Ha.vallan Xcv.s (. o., on
Morehaut stieet, uutll y A. m. the 3h1
C. 11. WILSON.
C P IAUKEA.
J. M. DOWbK'l'T,
W. 31. GirPAitn,
Seeietary. 5SS td
HaiTi fir lis Hi !
A Nleo Assortment of California
Flower Pots, Blue LigMs,
Tin Foli Ti)iic(lo.
Etc., Etc, Etc.
ALJ, at LOW PRICES
To close consignment.
C.?;- I5nx'S coiitalnliig ISO piece?, as
sorted, for $13. at
Lewis J. Levey's auction Rooms
Oil MOSDAY, July Hint,
There will be eoM at Public Auction,
at ICahlklniil, Maul,
100 Egad Gows & Cfc,
UOltB or 1,233.
C5V" A good oppottunity to procure
line stock. D7U ltu
h Press Urn Edition
Ready Reference k Directory.
I'l'lngueurefull." Compiled ReglMer
rf Votoisfor Noble- hi tho DlMllct of
tlonolulu. Containing the muiice, ou
ciipatioiiMiinil district and preelui't re-i-ileuei-i
of 1,70) voU'is, having iu
'Olllo of over 000 per milium.
15 Older-' may ho left at the Ha
waiian Newo Co. t'58 tf
PmveirH Unjjsajjo Exnresp.
" AS. POWELL, formerly employed
is at Uulon Fi'i'd Co. 'for cmitral
ynai, bating gouu into llio buggugo
i'Xp."r- lilHlue-'f, f-iilirits pulinnas!.
Staod, coiner of ICmg and lleilie.1
-iU''l. liider-i can he lelt at Young
Nup'i cigar Mauri. U.idijago dulhcicd
wiih piomptuec and cuio to any part
Pioneer Buildings Loan Asso'n
?TOTICE Is hereby given that at a
I " iiioetlng of tliK Amil"1:ii1oii hold
tbH duy, tho rii.Hifr nf lueoipoi nl lou
was aeeeiited and pursuant thereto tho
following lloiud of Dlic'ctimt was
Oco. F.. Hiiarilmaii, P. TI. Roto.
Deo. W. .Smith, W. A. Itowcu,
J. H.FMier, J. M. Dowsett,
A. W. Richardson, Heniy .Smith,
Tleo. F. Laii'lng.
Honolulu, Junu ll), ls'jo.
Tho object of tho Apwx'lutlnu is to rn
couiiigc Savings, and homo Imildiiig
among Its members by rufoiting regu
lar inunlhly deposit and loaning tl.ein
to Its mi'iiiliui to nlM. them. In iieqiib -I
uir. anil Improving liunie.-ot iliclrowu.
Its iiHMiihui'r. mo iho only ktoek-holil-ei-j,
and all protlts nil-lug from Inier-t,
luoiuluu)-, lines., etc ,a lulivlilcd auioug
It.-, iiieuibt'i', which make.-it tint uior
d.'Mi.ible of -a !n- !n;illut1oiis It N thu
mo.-ldealialiieioiiii'e fiom which to Imr
low, u- It lo.il!- at :i low ralo of Inleicst
upon eu'.y tenos ot nionihly paxmcnl'..
and all 'dclilng io bcroiuo nionibcis
ihoahl mako iuimedlito applieailou for
stock. Tiun. F. LitN'MNC,
NOW IS THE TIME !
Society of tho Uriited States,
Arc now Belling their Bond-', and upon cay terms. The additional fen-
Itlfi. nf T r... f ..., ,-.. . ..!.). I. ,
luiu ui jiiouiuiii,!.- juos mui every nuu'i.
'I'he following aro a few or Ihe many attractive form? offered by this
oi iinal and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 6 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, !- " " " '
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITl-l LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company Is cquitablo, its paymoi.ts prompt and certain, and its
From iht jVc.t York Sun, April -Uh, 1800.)
The J.rgoot business Ever Trm waded by a Life Afiur-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present ynr is reported to exceed Firnr
Million' Doli.aiis. This is at tho rale of' w,- hundred millions of atutr
anciur the ymtr, and is unprecedented in the annals of lift1 assurance.
t7"In formation cheerfully furnished lo any who will write to or call
upon the uudeniguod at his ollieo.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands, V, pdlable Life Assurance Society
of ihu U. S. Jan-1-90
E. R. Hi:sir.r, PreldentA;Mainger. John" En'A, Vice-President
jOi)i"'i:Y Bkovn, Seciouuy .V, Tteasurer. Cr.cu. Ruow.v, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HABDWABB CO.,
Olipu. Sprock fin' Bunk, : ;-ort tSircei, Jlonolalu.
I3IPORTKIIS and DL vLPItJi IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Gacuino Havilaud China, plain nnd dtconited; r.ad Wcdgtwocd
Piano, Library & Plnnd Lamps, Cliand' 1iers .t Electolicre,
Lamp Fixtures of all kiiuN, A complete assortm't of Drills & Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of E'ERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Ga7ollc" 15-whecled Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Bluebcuid Rico Plow, Pluntors' Steel A, iJoosencoked Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEIIOSENE, LINSEED,
raintu, Varuisbes it Brushes, Ma.iila io Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
rXo.sc, J-a.o:e. i-Soo,
UUBBEIt,"wiltE-BOUND of supc-ior quality, & STEAM,
Agato Iron Wan-, Silver Plated Ware Table & Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot. ,b Caps, Tho Celebrated "L lub" Slaobinc-loadeu Cartridge,
Kart'a Patent "Duplex" Dio Slock for Pro & Bolt Tbrcad!cg,
lliirtman'fi Steel Wiro Keneo .v. Steel Wire Slut's,
r, . r,-. c. -.-.,. Wm G' 1'isuor'a Wrought Steel Eaugcn
Gate City Stono Filters,
nne,n "Tow rioccsi" TwiM JrillK,
noy-2-S0 Neal's Carriage Paints.
' rSmozid XJlocIi-," Noh.
M k EsSi-1 fefeMj-4 M
Granite, Iron and Tin. Ware I
Ohandsli&rs, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods.
PLinomfi, TEST, 'COPPEE A.NB
Sheet Iron Work.
Coutiac'or l$ & Bm'.der.
Estlm.-tr$ Given on Brick, Ircn. Store f
Wooitcn liiilKlinijs. Jobbing
I.LT.l'S IOn SALK
Brick, Lime, Cement, Piaster of Paris,
Murblo Dust, Wire Lain,
California H01II1 Beach & Santa Cruz
Qimiry Tiles OxH red. whito and blue;
Mlntou, Plastic and EueiiiMlu Tile In
vaiiouspatleins, all klud.-t of Di ilnago
CjV-Orncr. Southeast corner Ala
ken and Que. u stiects.
Mutual -VaTEUEPII0HF.SfQyu;ll 3C1
inh 1-00-1 v
J Q VOLUMP.S Kneyelop.Tdlaltrllau
Xaj nleu, Moioeco bound, In good
condition, never used, Appl at this
olileo. 672 ti
ti &; 07' JLln Strict.
li. O. AULEO, ."aumiBSr.
ForL Struof, : Honolulu.
Ars nov? rrcpitcil ti OolNo: Ii to any put
cf tlis City,
Tho packing and shipment of eountiy
oiders will icceivo nuist careful atten
tion. -U of our lee Is uiamif.ipturcil frexn
Pun. Mountain Water, carefully filtered
b- the Hyatt Pure Wider Co. niter,
wb'ih U unieialb acknowledged to
lw Jio best lllter made.
Paeknac of Butler, Oaine, Fish,
Sb":ifi, lite, received or cold stoiuge
In (iir Helilgeratlug Jtooiud ut modc
lv.io i situs.
WP Ice for sde at the Pacton- at an
! iliiion Ice Co.
bca.-, day or ulht. BG3 1m'