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TIIUIIS1UV, JUNK 2G, 1HU0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPOTS
A. M. V. M.
Leave Honolulu t) :u0 2 :00
Aritvc Mamma 'J'JS 2:13
Leave Mann mi 11:00 4:00
Ai'i'ivu Honolulu 11:13 4:4S
a. m. r. m. r. m.
Leave Honolulu... tiiW) l'.'sito S:00
Airlvo Mamma ...10:18 1:18 3slS
Loae Mnuaua . . . . 1 1 :U0 1 :4.l 4 :0.i
Aiiivolluiiolulu.. .11:18 SslM 4:53
rr--i'-SSSS " '
atmr W O Halt fi-iin Maul ami Hawaii
Ltmr J A 'Cummin fiom houlau
Stun- .ma Makec for Knpa:i at 0 p in
fcclir .Muiv I! hosier fur Ivunul
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW:
Stmr C It Rithop for Wulauae, Wuialun
Mid Ivuoliiu ut 1) :i i:i
HMSICS VESSELS If! Pilar.
IT S T S Ii.ulcs'on, Rcnr-Ailmlial Gio
lnv.un, tiotu b;ui l-iuucl-co
11 11 "i S Atom, Gjn X A l'ulJaul, from
Eqnluiaulr, 15 U
llr flilp Ron ow dale, Gutbilc, from
Am ml-s packet Morning St-r, G F
G.ultnd, fiom Smith ben Islands
Am bkt Discovery, L McNtll, from inn
Am bkt v M Dlmotid, E P Dicw, fiom
Nor Miip '1'tior, W E Stcineit, from
Am bk Oplilr fiom Newcastle, N S W
llr 4,-imist bk Omeo fiom Newcastle, X
Am bk James Clicston, Plumb, fiom
I'ort Tow mend
Am bit Ley! on, It Cnlbctm, fiom Sun
Gcr bk O n' Wilcox, ILiscb, fiom San
FOntluM VESSELS CXPECHD.
BUtJA Falkenbuig, from i'eiu, (for
Kuhn uli due May 7
Br snip Blougusld sailed fiom Liver
pool Apr iti, due Aug 21
Gcr iik Adonis from Bremen
Our bk t'uiHi, fiom New Yoik
Bk Undo Jutiu, fruni Newcastle, duo
M ly 10
BrbkUhker from London, sailed Apr
n due Aug 20
Ilaw S ri aus in l.i, II C noucllette,from
Snn Frauulseo, dno June 27
E M S 6 Alameda, Morse, ironi San
FiMuuIseo, cuiou'.u to tbc Colonies
due July 5
Ii M ts S Mitripnsi, Ifayward, from tbe
Co'onlcs en loutc to San Fiauelseo,
Am !k Aldeu Ue3e. Howard, from San
Francisco (forKabului), duo June
Am schr Anna from Pan Francl co (for
Kubuhii) due .nine 17
BkC'D lliyant, JJCoben, from San
Francisco due July ID
UK forest uiiL-en
Fr nclscu duo luly 18
BltJiioD .-pieckcls fiom San Fr.iu-
clfco due duly 20
111; Lady Liimpson.bodergren, from tan
i-'rauclsco due Julv 21
4-mstd scbr Ogi. Hodtn, fiom Ran
rianel-cn duo July 10
4-mitd Echr lioliert Luwer;, l'enballow,
fiom San l-'rnncUco lu July 10
15kt Quli'kstep fiom San Frauclco (for
i i o) due July 2.1
Bkt W G Irwin. Mc ullocli. from Fan
FiaucUco ducat Kabulul July 20
Tern W S Uowne, Blulim, Irom San
FriuiolS'CO dun at Mabukona july 10
Brbk Go van fiom Liveipool, called
. .May 10, due Sept 15-U0
From Waialua per stmr C K DUliop,
.Tune i5 hon J O Dotniuls, JJ Gay anJ
- sGA.RCOES FROM ISLAND TORTS.
JUmr CR BMiop 110 buebs bananas
and lOJii 0.13 supir.
Tliobiigintlno Lntline leaves Hllo to
day for smii Finncitco.
The l)Ucoeiy and S C .Mien will
both leave ou ij.onday for San Fiau
nKD-'n Kobaln, Kuwait. June
to the w lie
of John Hind,
The Hawaiian Hand will i;ivo a
public eoucert ntTlioinns Square thin
evening at 7:30 uMoek. The fol
lowing is the piogi amine:
March Tho Waves Knppoy
1 iniilu" arincn ( lzet
Keuilniteenees of Gounod Godfiey
Wulaloba. Lllil Kill. Glide.
Vailations A Geiman Sou Ocha
Medley Ku erle Ucycr
Mazurka Iu tamp StraiifS
WaiU Seven Fools Ull.oekcr
Uawa I Ponol.
. NEW LICHTilQUSn.
Mariners will ho interested in
knowing that o. light of the font th
order, showing red and while flashes
alternately, tit intervals of ilU sec
onds, is to bo exhibited from a new
lifhlhouso at Sun Lui Ohbpo,
Cal.,onur about June SO. It will
he shown fiotii u black lantern on a
Equate frame tower attached to the
southwest corner of a onu anil n
half story frame ilwelliuj; painted
white, tiimmlnjia lied color, blinds
gteen, roof brown. Between thut
uuil u similar dwelling stands tlio
ftig signal station wlih two blmk
smokestacks. Position: lat. N,
35;0J:S2, long. W. 120:j5:42.
LUQAL & QSHEHAl NBWS.
Latest foreign news ou tho fourth
A cottauis iii town is wanted immediately,
Wu.Dr.u'9 Hloaniflit) Co. will )my
n dii(ioml of three dolliuv a. fliiUo .it
A mixtixo of the eloekholdcia of
Hie Onliu Iv.uMitV and Laud Co. will
be la-Id on July 17.
Tun rsliibition of iuimchnmelm
School will take place ut Ivavaihao
Cliurch this evening.
The steamer Mariposa will be duo
to-miurow afternoon fiom llio Colo
nies for San FianeUeo.
Tub steamer Atuttalia will be due
with tbc day.' mail from 3n 1'i.in
chcu at noun to-murrov;.
'I'un graduation oxeieisei of Oaliu
College will Lo held at Central Union
Chinch to-moiiow ovcning.
A J.,utm: bathing patty went to
Waikiki last night, and had a guy
revel in brine and moonlight.
Mn. Nolto will have freMi ovsters
to eervo in any etylo nt tho Beaver
after the aiih'al of tho Australia to
The ITiiwaiian ltovving and Yacht
ing Association Clialluuo Cuj) ib on
exhibition :,t tlio Hawaiian Xowj
Mn. Frank Godfrey Jim been ap
pointed tin iif,ont lo tuko nckno'.N
ltdgincnt to labor eontraU3 for tho
Subscription lNta for the lih nf
July eeluluation will bo found at the
H&res of E: O. Hull & Son. HollUlcr
A Son Kollii
Smith & Co.
& Co., and Hensoti, Si
The inpcetnri of election for tha
5th d Elliot will hold r. court of revi
sion of the Noble uitora' loll at the
Ui-form lielieol, Wednesday eveninj?
Mn. Hutchinson haa had fine pho
toprapha etruelc at Mr. William's
Balleiy,uf thettiitUHltcof Dr. Hiodio's
horse Kym uud of the ideal bust of a
Lee Siko was fined $30 in tho Po
lice Court this mornini; and impris
oned fuv'iyje liour, for having opium
in his possession. Three other cutca
were put ofi'.V
A jiaeo mrcting of tho National
Reform Paity, to ratify Mr. C. O.
Ucrger's nomination for Noble, will
be helil at the Honolulu Riliea Arm
oty at 7:110 Satuiduy evening.
Tun Popular Millinery Homo (Mr.
N. Hachs) haa n new 'advertisement
on the liiat pnue. A great many dif
ferent Hues of ladicx' and gentlemen's
apparel are listed with tho prices.
Aix tho household furnituro and
cfl'iJi'ts mortgujied to Bishop & Co ,
by the late David Maniiku and
others, will be snld by Jttu. F.Morgan
at Bay View Ileum, opposite the
railway station, Tluutday next at 10
Mu. Levey will sell for account of
whom it may cone rn, lo-moi tow at 10
o'clock, two crates Majolica and
earlhenvaio vases, slightly damaged
by lire and water on ship JJoirowdale.
At 11 o'clock he will sell a gilt and
plated pendulum clock, deseiibed in
Mn. Williams has just made nn
excellent pheftograph of the Koyal
Hawaiian Band, standing with their
backs to tho Palace. Every face of
Pi of. Berger and the thirty-six
players ia us clearly shown ns could
bodi'sired in individual pictures. The
popular bandmaster has also had ex
ecuted a fine new edition of his own
The Bishop of Olba has received
information of tho death of Mons
German-Mario Maxiuo Dsnnyes,
formerly French Consul and Com
mirsioncr at there Islands, afterward
Minister Plenipotentiary and later
ictired on n pension. 'Mons. Dsnoycs
died on April 5, 1890, at Tonnerrc,
Franco. Ho held tilled positions in
many noted organizations, in several
As alarm of fue was lung nt 4
o'clock this morning, but it wan with
out sufficient cause. Hon. Samuel
I'arker had been burning out n heap
of rubbish in a cave, ou the vacant
lot of the Procton estate lately bought
by him. "The liio flatcd up afresh
and s mebody sent in tin alarm, al
though tho blaze was n hundred feet
away from Mr. Paikcr'shouee. Fire
men woih out with an cngino but
found nothing to do. It was only
foui teen minutes from tho bell tap
until tho cngino was thcie, a distance
of 11 mjles.
Kamehtwni'ha Lodjjo of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S. It., nt7:S0..
Drill Co. A, Honolulu rifles, at
Heretaniii street Armnry, at 7:30.
Baud Conceit ut Thomas Squat c,
Kxhibilion lvamehamcba School,
nt Kuwaiahao Church, at 7:80.
Lecture by Rev. II. II. Gowcn, in
St. Andrew's Sunday Schoolroom,
THE BARGE RACE.
The M-oarcd bnrgc raco hotwern
crews of tho Charleston and the
Acorn, which lias been the topic
among 9ports for a few days past,
has been ratified. The race will be
rowed on July 2d, nffi p, in., over
a five-mill! comae. Tho btakes arc
SI 000. Tlio two orowi have been In
active training for Uiu pan two
J&AJLX BUILiSTO ilOKOUjLa, IK J
TII8 MISSIS MiHGRlTfS 8
The Biennial Report of the l'c
sldent of the Bowl of Hducatlon
appears to be a Valuable document.
Thu numerous enact Ilj;itre3 aro
very Interesting and they prove that
the Uoftid of ICducation and its as
sislaut3 are in enrnttt to uilvuucu
tho school business m Hie whole
country. I should be sorry to de
tract anything from the praises bes
towed on the dlfi'-veni parties men
tioned in tlio report; but, ns lo the
general tendency of the document,
it is evidently one-sided. Every
thing to in favor of tltc Government
Public schools. Tho Independent
schools are, more or less, treated ns
a (lianmcc.i'ilo obstacle; their de
crease is considered ai a victory of
the Hoard. But a very small class
Iiud3 mercy. Tho Hon. President
deserves thanks for thu undisguised
expiessiou of Ids vlows, therefore
it is to be hoped that he will not be
offended if I spsak with the same
frankness of "the other side of the
Not bang blessed with political
power nor with a largo fortune, I
must content myself with exposing
my views; thsso aie based ou rea
son, hx my opinion, the Indepen
dent schools oti'lit not to be treated
so 3tepmolheily; they ought to
have n leasonnble sh.iro in the pub
lic money spent for education,
1. Tho Independent schroto
work for tho education of youth as
well as the Public schools.
U. The stato-monopoly in edu
cational matteis h a modem oyateni
of communistic tendency and a
social heresy, since the pareuts
have the first obligation and there
fore the Hi st right to provide for
the, education of their children by
natural and by divine law nnd it
is the practical notion of all parents
(with very rare exceptions) in be
half of their oicn children.
3. Serious christians, of what
soever denominations fif tliev mo-
fi'ss n. rlctiirmlnnd mewl nnd ha-
lieve in it), feel hound in conscience
to prefer an independent school of
their own creed to the public
schools, on account of the absenco
of tho most essential branch of
education teligious ttaiuinc in
The liberty of conscience in con
nection wilhiHie school-question re
quires a few words of explanation.
Enlightened religious people do not
tliiuk that the public schools in this
kingdom, when managed according
to the rules prescribed by the
Hoard (which is not always the
case though), arc positively bad,
but they aic very defective in epito
of tho best intention of the Board ;
hence, in localities where no con
lossioual school is available, parents
arc not only allowed to send their
children to the public schools but
they arc even obliged to do so bc
causu an imperfect schooling is
better than none at all. But in
places where a good school of their
own creed is available, they would
act against their conscience if they
sent their children to tbe godless
The lion. President thinks that
only a small number of children ab
stain from patronizing (V) the pub
lic schools lor conscience sake. I
bcu leavo to disagree with him.
Still, let that be as it may. The
main question nt issue is: Are there
parents who send their children to
public schools against tho dictates
of their conscience? And what is the
cause? If all men were perfectly in
telligentand disposed toloaoandsuf
lcr anything rather than to;o against
the dictates of their conscience, to
please God more than men, to pre
fer the good of the soul to that ot
the body, to prefer a happy eternity
lo the greatest temporal hem fit:
supposing this, nobody would be
tray 1 is own soul by delivering
his childien lo a school which his
conscience disapproves. But this is
an ideal which we cannot expect to
be icalized as a general rule. Hu
man frailty is such that many a man,
otherwise good, reluctantly yields
to thu temptation by the considera
tion of some real or imaginary tem
poral benefit. Such a temptation
frequently lies heavy upon poor peo
ple who can scarcely earn their, liv
ing by constant hard labor. Now,
the public schools are frco while the
independent schools aro left to their
own resources. Even if they charge
a reasonable fee the poor man can
not afford to pay it; if they depend
upon private charity they arc in
danger of lingering in a starving
condition. This seems to he the
wisii of the "Reporter."
Is this liberty? Yc, it ia liberty
in theory ; the means to uso it arc
withheld and consequently there is
no practical liberty. The law is the
same for all classes; still it affects
thu poor class and one particular
religious denomination moru than
other classes. The fact is evident ;
but such was not and is uot the in
tention of tlio law-makers. Let us
hope that tho present Legislature
will find means to alleviate the hard
ship weighing principally upon tho
poor classes in reference lo inde
pendent schools. K. O.
June 2, 1S110.
4th JULY !
ALL penons dcslr.uis of Ftibscrlbliifr
to the fund for the celebration of
tho coming ih Julv. will find Hits at
the Rtotesof Me3rs E. O. Hall & Sou,
HolllMcr is Co. aid Ucuton, Smith &
Co., Foit street.
IV. F. ALLEIm
039 ft Cbalnuau ritiuuc',-Committee.
Auciton Salts by ta3 F, Konjia,
.-,- . ..i.MUt.1.
at in o'ui.curt a. ai
At Urn rMdenco ot V.mv. W. C. MF.It-
ItlTF. Puliation College, 1 will
Fell at Public Auction,
The EtitiroHousch'ld Furniture,
Comprising in part
B.V. Uobolsterefl Parlor Set,
B.W. Mai bletop Tables,
Center & Sofa Kuqs,
1 11. W. Com. UooUusc & Desk,
1 Rogers Group of Statuary,
"The Fnvoicd Scholar."
1 Marble Clock,
2 Wclutui's Unabtldgod Dtctlona-
B. W, & Wicker Rockors,
Decorated Hanging Lamps & Cliau-
1 Handsome ICoa Bookcase,
Drawing-room Pottlviea, Lace-
3 B.W. Morbletop Bedroom Sets,
Woven Wire Aliittrnn,
II. W Kovolvtiig Bookcase,
1 II. W. Ulllce Table,
1 Revol. Office Chair,
S Vols. .liihnnii Encyclopedia.
4 VoU. Schaff-Heiog Encyclope
dia, 1 Magic Lanteni & View. Also,
J Lady's Saddle Horse,
:i Hoises. broken to dtlvo double,
11 -year Old Colt.
1 Phaeton, In good order;
2 Large Ornnibusses,
1 fide Saddle, I Mexican Saddle,
SUs Harness, lite, Etc.
Snf" Picnil'fi w'll be open for Inspec
tion on Tuesday. Julv 1st, from a a. si.
to 3 p. M.
JAS. i! PilOIlGA,
I have been Instructed lv Mr. F.
KEFFEL, to sell at Public Auc
tion, at my Salesroom,
On MONDAY, June SOlh,
AT IS O'CLOCK MIOX,
Desirable Proport y,
Situated lu Nuuaau Vullcy,
Opposite the residence of Mr. II.
ltenjes, and at picseut occupied by Mr.
Kefli 1 as a family ie?ld;nce. The Pro
perty has n luge frontage ou Xutuinu
Avenue. There N a
2 Story Bwillii lin,
Stables, OtithoiHcs, Ltc.
The grounds aio planted with a hrgn
aosortiucnt ot IJo-o Tiecs nnd VJiied
Mowcis and a
Conipiislns the following Frult3:
Grapevine0, Peaches. ApiicnN, Plains,
Mgi and other vaUoties. Lot contains
Water laid on thorr.tigliout tho place.
Parties dcMrous of purchasing a
homestead, will Hud this t lie mo'-t desir
able residence offered for sale, as It
combines tlio liciilttif.nl clinialu rf the
Valley together with tin eaty access to
tST" For fin ther pnilculir-t apply to
F. E. Kcffvl, oil piciui-cs, or to
.TAS. F. 3IOKCAX.
10 JL II lbs l-cr Yavil,
Just received vx "Ilorrowdale." For
Q. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
WAITED at OXOE !
. A A COTTAGE with
Armifl SX or tin to blocl:
Kaa tho corner of Fort am
(streets, suitable for tluoo gontlcmen for
lions l,e ping. Address '!. O. box
No. 207." MO tf
IlOUaK with 7 rooms
; J-- nun u.uii, on tiiocor-
'vwj iicr hi i.ciciaiii.i nnu roiiM-
cola ctreet3. Cat . jia-s thu door, Ap
ply at this ojllcc. ftSI tf
TO LET or LEASE
!. 'rUL Bcitdeiieu of Mr. A.
$ A Long, hi P.uioa Valley.
I Apply to
L III OAVTU.N,
91 King St., iner.L Xott's stoic.
lO KENT or EEASE
nrilAT ile.-lrnble Pienibe.
Ssa A- on l'o it street, In th"
'Mclneiiiy lllock. ' icccntlv
occupied by J. X. ij. Wllliam, tultahlo
for oillco or eioie For Iiiforniatlou
apply to ofllec Union lion Woil.s, Es
planade, or to
4,5!) I in .T. X. S. WILLIAMS.
N OTJ OE.
jv-v, T'HIMth of July falling
fSKtti I on I'lhlay, lliithteaiiK'r
2te55iK'.V "Kluau" will Mill on MOX
DWMOHXINO. at 10 o'clock, July
08 IW W1LDL1V6 S. S. CO.
JUttlJ 2d, Ls.
Coaaesclaj &i ICiSO A. M. Efcjrj.
Open to all Yachts over " tons and
not exceeding 10 tons in nieactncmcnt.
proilded. Iiowever. that this limitation
thall not apply to Yachl? which were in
Hawaii in watcis and that culcied for
thuiiicoof.Iuly i, 18?'J.
Tlie Daaiian Gliallenge Cup &
Pennant for 1890,
Donated by the Hawaiian Yachiino
AiisociATio.v, to be sailed fot annually
and coiidilionallv under Its auspices.
Wou Ju v 4, lUSU, by Yacht Heal.inl.
1ST f'onrolol)n sailed, and printed
rulci. can l b.id by nil Yilclil owner,
on a);illeatlou to the uudetliriH'd Com
mittee. LUtof entilf will ho open at
the store of thu Hawaiian Now l .. on
Merchant sueet, until 0 a. m. tbetlid
C. TS. WIT.SOX,
C l luki:.
.1. M. DOWSKTT,
W. M. GirrAKi),
.Secretary. 5:S td
HmTeli for He 41 !
A Nice Assortment of California
Fiowsr Pots, Blue Limits,
Tin Foil Torpedoes.
Etc., Etc , Etc.
ALL at LOW PISCES
To clone consignment.
C?T Boxes containing ISO pieces, as
sorted, for 15, at
Lewis J. Levey's Auction Rooms
Press New Edition
Ready Keference & Directory.
Itcliig acairfuliy Compiled Register
cf Voteis for Nobles in thu DlMliot of
Honolulu. Cuut.ilning thu mime, oc
cupations and district and preeiyet lesl
Ui'iiecs of 1,70) Notcr.-', having In
come) of over 000 per annum.
jr3-Older may be left at the Hn
walhuiyewi Co. jS8 if
''TMIE iinder-lgned wHics lo meet
X. with a man ot Mil t'l nie.iiii to join
him In tliu fiuthciiug o( a rew machine.
v. w. mf.nzi:l,
P.O.Box I"., Iloiiohi u,ll. 1.
NOTICE to HOUSEMEN!
rj-hu Celebrated Bi.n
1 niiiKbtallloii "She
ll indoali" will stand
thto season at the
?-?- 5C5. Wnnilhiwri Dativ:
terms ftUO. Fur niiiher pa'tleulai.t
apply at tho D.tlij fSi ilui
JJorses & Alnle.y For ale.
pilE following deslrabto ani
L mala wl.l hu sold at a hai
Mlii. to wll: II Flue Young
Hoires. '. Young Mules, shed by tlio
Kentucky .lack "llliii'hcr," 11 Uiood
.Mnuv, expected shorjly lo have Mule
foaU. Apply to
570 If 42 Merchant s reel, Honolulu.
Pioneer Building & Loan Asso'n
VTOTICE ts lieiehy given that at a
LN meeting nf litis A-sm latlou held
this day, the l.'hutcr of Incoipoiailon
was aci eptcd and pursiiiiit thereto the
following Boaid of Dlieetois was
Geo, E. Boarilmau,
(;). W. .Smith,
A. W. HicliiriLon,
.". B. Uo-e,
W. A. Ilnwcii,
Tl'co. I-'. LnnMng
Honolulu, .Juno 10, IS'jo.
Tho object ot tho .Ucoelation to to cn
com.ige &altigs, and homo biilldius
unions Its inniiibeM by enforilng legu
lur monthly deposits and loaning tlieiu
to its ineinli("'.i lo iifcsiM tlieiu in netpilr
lug, and Improving hornet of their own.
It- iiii'iiihcr mo I tin only htock-hold-eis.
and all iirollts iiil-ln fiom IiiIcim,
premiums, lines, etc .atedhided among
lis member", which makes It thu moi
il-M!nhluoliilii;.'bli!rlUutlniii It tolhe
UK)!-t dei-li able MMiieefi oin which to lior
row, as It lii.iiii at n low r.ite of inleiest
upon eiuy term of monthly payments
ami all 'ileslitug lo bceuino ineiiibein
ilionld make tiametilitu apiillcatlou toi
nook. Tljco. F. LAPSING,
5S3 2v SecroUuy,
NOW IS THE TIMS !
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon casj term". Tho additional fea
ture of Insurance goc with every Bond.
Tho following are a few of the many attractive forms ciforod 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 JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company Is equitable, ila payment i prompt and certuin, and its
(From the Xew Tori S, April -Uh, 1890.)
TUa Luif?ost IJusinoi's Evur Tranpiictoil liy a Life Aasur-
The new btiajncqa of the Equitable LIfo Assunuico Society of New
Yf.rk for the first quarter of the present yetr is reported to exceed Finrr
Million Doi.laus. Tliis is at the rale of two hundred millions ofassur'
uncefor tha year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
"""Information cheerfully furnished to
upon the undersigned ut ins oillco.
ALEX. J. CA'RTWRICHTy
General Acjont for the Hawaiian Islands, l.quitableLifo Absurance Society
of thu U. S. Jau-1-90
E. R. Hr.Nimv. President A, Manager.
GoiiKKKf Unowx, Secretary & Trcastucr.
HAWAIIAN EARMARK CO.,-
(Ippo-SprPckciH "t tt nk, : i?ovt Street, ilonolulo.
IMPOHTEKS and EELEBS IX
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Grockery,
Ocauino Ilaviland China, plain asd decorated; tnd Wedgtwocd
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandolicrs & Elcctoliorp,
Lamp Ftsturoe of all kinds, A complete assortin't of Drills & Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Ot MI DESHPHOH !
The "G.uollo" 3-wlicelod Hiding Plow & Equalizer,
Ulucboord like Plow, Planters Steel & (loosenecl.cd Iloca,
LAP.D, OVLIXDER, KEROSENE, LIXSEED,
PoiiiU, Varniibcs & Brushes, Munila A, Sisal Rope,
" HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, JrIo.se, Hohc,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of supeiior quality, &. STEAM,
Agato Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table fc rocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot.fc Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridgen,
Hart's ratont "Duplox" Dlo Stock for Pipo &. Bolt Threading,
Ilartmuu's Steel Wire Feueo & Steel Wi:o Mati,
Wm. G. J''isbor'H Wrought Steel Range
Gate City Stone Fillers,
"New Proccas" Twist Drills,
nov-29-S9 AV Neal'a CnrriRgo Taints.
" Ubuowl JUlocU," ISnn. l." &, iV Kiiifcr St'roof.
r jl'Je il-?i-?L?7Kv i 'ri5,"rti t-1jiM t?
t saffljaas Mia q
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER' PIPE and- RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
:tor & Uallder.
Ettimatc Given on 13 rick, Iron. Slano &
Wooden Cui'dlnrji, lobting
Kiwi's roi: SAi.r.
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster or Paris,
Maiblo Dust, Wire Lalh,
California North Beach & Santa Cmz
Quarry Tik 0x0 icd, white and blue;
Million, Plastic and 1'iicaiiiUlo 'IUva In
vailotis patlerns, all Muds of Dininnj;o
fley-Oi'KiCK Fotttheait eoruer Ala
l.ea ami (Jucoii sttects.
Mutual - -aTElEPHONESjBjII 351
nih 1-00 ly
VOLUMES Kiicyclopiedla lliltan
XCj ulca, Moiocco bound,
never tiacd, Apply
i!e Life Assurance
any who will write to or call
John Ena, Vice-President
CilCU. Bttowx, Auditor.
and Tin Ware I
"tj. C. AULEB, IlancRCr.
A:j now prapsrol t) Jolivtr loo to nay put
or the Oltj-.
'1 bo packing and bhipmoiit of countiy
oide.s will lecelvo moil carelul atten
tion. All of our Itu to lnatiufaetuivd from
Puic .Mounialu Waler, earofully filtered
b the Hyatr Pino nater Co. Filter,
whah Is unlvcr.-ally acknowledged to
bo tho best llltcr made.
I'lickayes of Ituttei, Game, Fish,
Meats, 1'tc, lecelved lor cold t,tninf;
lu our llefilerallu Rooms at mode
ffl' lee for Ride al tbc Factory nt ujr
bom, day or ukjht. CCS lw