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daUjy bdllbu'iwj Honolulu, H, L, JU&V 8, 1090.
NOW IS THE TIME
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy leims. Tlio additional
lure of Insurance goes with evety Bond.
The following are-a few of tho many attractive foiuis offered by
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 ami ceilain, and ils
(From the JTcw York Sun, April U!i, 1S90.)
Tlio Largest. Business Ever Transacted by a Lilb Assur-
Tlio now business, of the Equitable Life Assuianec Soeicty of Now
York for the first quarter of the present year is repoilcd to exceed Fikiv
Mii.iiox Doi.i.aus. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of asmr
unci'fnr the ;mr, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assuiancc.
J6a5-Inforination cheei fully furnibhed to any who will write to or oall
upon the undeiMgned at his oiliee.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHTy
flencral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assuranco SocieU
of the U. S. Jan-1-00
C H. IlKxuur, President A, Mnmgei.
(OTiruvA Knows, hoeiviaiy itTie.isuiei.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Mpvpekt'la' Hank, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMTOllTEHS and DEALERS IX
il H I fit
'I Hanmi'sra kiqg gxmsutq
UIl i lilAi UUBUI U, UiUUQBBUS U,
Genuine Haviland China, plain
Piano, Libr.iry it Stand Limps, Chandeliers & Ek etolierfi,
L.unp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete .is-sjoittu't of Dulls .t Tiles,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "G.uello" S-whceled Riding Plow & EfiualiVer,
Bliit'bo.ud Itieo Plow, Planters' Steel & Gooseuuel.cd Hoes,
LAUD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
1'ainU, Vaini-hci & Priibhes, Manila A. Sibal TCope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Jj-Zo.se, Eoe,
KUBBER, WTUE-BOUXn of supeiior iiuality, & STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Pl.tted Ware, Table & Pocket Cullciy,
I'owdor, Shot iz dps, The Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded ii n fudges,
Halt's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipo & Bolt. Tin catling,
H.irtman's Steel Who Fouco fc Steel AViro Mats,
Wu. . FiMiei's Wiought Sleel liangcs
Oato City Stone Filters,
"Now Pioces" Twist Drills,
nov-29-81) Ne.tl'a Carnage l'.iinta.
JOHN NOTT, '
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
Nouse Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIM, C0PEB AND
003 Sheet Iron Work.
E. B. THOMAS,
Iron, Stono &
KF.Kl'fl l'OIt bAi.n
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Marble Dust, Wire Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Suarry Tiles OxC led, wlilto and bluu;
luton, Plastic and Encaustic Tiles lit
voiJons patterns, all Minis of Dralw.go
-Omen Southeast coinui Ala
kc.i and Queen stieetd.
Mutual -iaTELEPII0NEStQTBBll 361
I n VOIiUMKSKneycloniwllaBrlUu
XAj Died, Morocco hound, in good
condition, never used.
John I'.ma, Viec-l'iesident
Oj.oii. linow.v, Auditor.
and decorated; and WecUjcwocd
and Tin are
Ii. O. ABliEB, Mnnngor.
Fort Street, : Honolulu.
Am uow preparea to deliver loe to sny pan
of tho City,
The pncMug and shipment of eountiy
oiUi-is ll leceho most careful atten
tion. All of our Ico Is nmnufactuiedfroin
Puic Mountnlu Watei, ciuefidly ttlteied
by ilio Hyatt Pino Water Co. Filter,
which is. universally acknowleiifjed to
lie tho best llkerniado.
PacKat'ea of lluttei, Oamo, Plxh,
JUe.its, l?le., in-chid for tojil Motngu
in our Itefilgeiatbi!,' llouius at niode
&? Ice for sale at the Factory at any
hour, day or njht. CC.T lm
llsison ice Ik
The House went into ooiuniittee
of the whole, Hop. Xnwahi in the
uliair, foi coni(loiatinn of the Ap
Intcrprelrr yupio.no and Police
Com U, SI 800.
Hop. Ivalua moved to include Cir
cuit Court terms and meteae the
amount to SCUOO.
Mr. Burohaidt nsKed for an ex
planation from tho niovei, as llieie
was annlher item, "Pay of intcr
pieteis for all courts not. olhoiwiso
piovidcd for, ?-.T00."
Mr. Kalua said lliu latter item
was for intpipicteis temporality ro-
quiied in District or Police Courts.
The amendment earned.
Salary of Circuit Judge, Maui
S 1000. His traveling "expenses,
Ciicuit Judge, Ililo and Kau,
SIOOO. Ills traveling expenses,
Circuit Judge, Koliala and ICona,
$1000. His traveling expenses,
lep. Kahookano moved to in
crease the item of expenses to StiOO,
owing to difllculties of tiavel.
Noble Pna opposed changing the
Minister Brown moved the item
pass as in the bill. 'Litis judge is
iceeiving a bundled dollars moio of
salary than he did last year.
Hop. Kahcokano said this judge
hail the hardest pait of the Uland to
Hep. Waipuilani said this judge
only went to Konu once a year.
Pashcd as in the bill.
Circuit Judge, Kauai, S-1000. His
traveling expenses, $200. Car
ried. Police Justice, Honolulu, StiOOO.
Police Justice, Ililo, $3000. Car
Justice, Luhmna, $2000.
Ju&tice, "Wailuhu, ?.n,000.
Justice, North Kohala,
inoed to in-
eiease to $0000.
Noble J. M,, lloiner mocd it
pass at tho same as Iihaina, $2000.
Kep. Kalua said the item as it
stood was an increase of $200 .iycar
ovei tho past period.
2Ir. Piiirchaull said there was as
much work done there as in "Wai
luku. He wanted to sec such a
salaiy as would secure the sen ices
Of a capable man. The piesent judge
was a much bettei one than they
had for a long time, and lie hoped
the House would vote him a pioper
Pep. R. AN'. AVilcoKMtppoilcd the
proposed increase. Theie were six
plantations in Koliala to four in
Vailuku. The menibei for Laha
ina said some days ago that the
judges had their held-, in sugar
bags. If the judges were to lie in
dependent of the plantations they
should be given pioper salaiies.
Kep. Kanealii favored the item as
in the bill.
P.ep. Kahookano quoted tho At-toiney-Gcneral's
that AWiIuku had 771 cases to
107:1 in Kohala.
Passed as in the bill.
Salary Police Justice, Lihue,
Disliict Judge, North Ililo,
Pep. J. T. Ilaker, in reply to
criticisms of Pep. Kilua, said that
the magistrate was n gieat convent-
mi.... Ir. ttn .O.i-.n rn.fl.wr .lc.v.xI.i ..
uiiwu iu uiu M.iuu, auviil juujiu it
long walk to Ililo.
Passed as in the hill.
Disliict Judge, Puna, $800. Car
Disliict Judge, West Kau, $1200.
Distiicl Judge, Kast Kau, $900.
Disti icl Judge, North Kona, $800.
District Judge, .South Kona, $800.
District Judge, South Kohala,
Pep. Kalua moved $800. Theie
wai nothing but bullocks in the in
terior, with a few people scattered
along thct beach.
Kep. Pickaul said the responsi
bility was tho same on a captain of a
two-masted schooner and that of a
four-masted steamship. Many a
native teamster on a plantation got
inoro pay than the lion, member
pioposcd for this judge. They had
to pay according to tho degree of
intelligence required. He moved
the item be made $1(500.
Noble 'Widciminn said the cap
tains might have the same lespoiibi
bility, but the steamship captain,
with a million dollars under his feet,
certainly got soctal times moio pay
than hoof the sailing vessel. lie
was sorry that tho lion, member
from llainakua had said nothing
about the number of people.
Noblo Paikcr said that ho would
answer for that matter. His views
agieed with those of the lion, mem
ber fioin Iiamnkua. Theie weie
100 voters there, and it was 1A
miles from the beach. The hou.
nieuiber fioiu.Wniluku (Mr, Kalua)
had not got a voiy good reception
when he was there, which perhaps
accounted for his opposition to the
salary of this judge.
Passed as in the bill,
District Judge, Ilnmnliua, $2000.
Noblo Mavsdon moved it bo S3,
100. This was n caso of tlio four
masted slcmuor captain. Thoio
were only two courts in the king
dom that icturncd more cases than
this one. They had a good judge
Hep. Kalua would have suppotled
$au(H) but $1000 was too much of
Pep. Waipuilani opposed the
Hep. Kahookano was iu favor of il.
Pep. Paehnolu was against In
creasing tho item.
Hep. Pickard said it would be im
possible to get n good man theie for
less than $100 a month.
Noblo Cralibe quoted tlio report
of the Chief Justice, showing that
llainakua stood fourth iu business
of District Coin ts. lie would ole
for the increase.
Noblo Haldwin held that the
llgnrcs in the report were evidently
not the basis of these items, and
ought not to be logaided in the dis
cussion, lie would suppoit $2100.
Theie weie a good many plantations
in llamakua, and by all means keep
the judge out of the sugar bag.
Rep. Kanealii regaidcd it as a
dangerous thing to change the Ap
Noble Widemann was willing to
go by what the lion, members lrom
the Disliict had said.
Noble John M. Horner said the
judge pleased the people. He might
not give them much law but he gavo
them substantial justice. An ob
jection lie had to raising tho salary
was that some smart man who knew
moie law but less justice might have
himself put into tho place for tho
ske of the pay. The judge was
satisfied with his salary.
Noble Pita was in favor of the
item as in the bill. The House
ought not to go on incicasing sala
iies. They should r member that
it was not llicir own money they
were voting. If this judge did lasso
bullocks as had been said, it only
showed that lie had a useful qualili
cation that many othet judges did
Passed as in tho bill.
The committee roe, leported pro
gress, and asked leave to sit again.
At 3:1.") the House adjourned.
CALENDAR OF GASES.
Kctjti'oi:! 4!uurt .lulj Trim 1UL'U
.ITr. .In st ico Dole I'r'Hiilin;--Hii-ilj.i.JiUya.
HAWAIIAN Jl 111".
The King vs. G. K. Kahikina, as
sault and battery ; appeal from Po
lice Court, Honolulu. Kaulnkoii
The King vs. Keawc and Kahana,
assault and battery; appeal from
Police Com t, Honolulu. Kaulnkoii
The King vs. Kaliakai, assault and
battery ; appeal from Police Court,
The King vs. Kapihe, gross ( heat;
appeal from Police Com t, Honolulu.
Kauli.i for defendant.
The King vs. Puou, perjuiy.
The lung vs. Kauhane, laiceny.
The King vs. Kealoha, larceny.
S. A. Macy ct al. vs. W. 11. Cas
tle, case. Neumann and Peterson for
plaintiffs; Hatch tor defendant.
Kaniku vs. J. M. Moiisair.it,
ejectment. Achi and Johnson for
plaintiff; defendant in person.
I'ltOM OlIIKR ClltCOII-!.
Kalanola vs. Kekukahiko, eject
ment. Kane for plaintiil; Kaulu-kou-Rosa
J. K. Kaunainano as. W. A. Kiha
et al, ejectment. Holokahiki for
roiM'iux .ii nv.
The King vs. J. Spooner, assault
with a deadly weapon.
The King vs. Manuel Rosa, as
sault and battery ; appeal from Po
lice Court, Honolulu. Magoon for
The King vs. William Hosier, as
sault and battery ; appeal from Po
lice Court, Honolulu. Whiting for
The King vs. Kong Mnu Lee, ac
cessory to murder; changed enue
from Jlrd Circuit.
The King vs. Ah Chuii, unlawful
possession of opium ; appeal from
Police Com t, Honolulu. Davidson
The King vs. Ah Lq, unlawful
possession ot opium ; appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu.
The King vs. Sam Noon, unlaw
ful possession of opium ; appeal
fiom Police Court, Honolulu. V.
V. Ashfoid for defendant.
The King vs. Thos. Diinlap and
Thos. Tilday, violating See. I, Chap.
70, Laws 188; appeal fiom Police
Tho King vs. Ito Itpu et al., vio
lating Sec. 10, Chap. !18, P. C.
The King vs. Lnu He Wing and
Lau San, conspiracy.
The King vs. Sophie Ksser, lar
ceny, Tho King vs. Joo Conea, laiceny
of fowls; appeal fiom Police Court,
Honolulu. V. V, Ashford for de
fendant. The King vs. Lui, minder,
Tlio King vs. P. O'Sullivan, vio
lating Sec. 8, Chap. 7, Laws 1RSU;
appeal from Police Court, Honolulu.
Carter for defendant,
The King vs. Joe, perjury.
The King vs. Arthur Johnstone,
libel. V, V. Ashfoid for defendant.
Tlio King vs. M. J. Freitus, iibcl.
Rosa for defendant.
Skinner iV; Co, vs. Hawaiian Gov
ernment, assumpsit. Neumann for
plaintiffs; Attoiney-Geneial for defendant,
P, ,L JIHki Vfl, J. E, flrftwn, an.
sumpsit. Jkown for plaintiff) fjou
in a n u for defendant.
W. E. Foster, assignee, vs. W.
II. Page, trover. Whiting for plain
tiff; llrbwn for defendant.
J. E. Prown vs. P. J. Hills ct al.,
assumpsit. Neumann for plaintiff;
Pi own for defendants.
Edward M. Hrewurrtal. vs. W. II.
Pago, assumpsit. Haitwell for
plaintiffs; Hutch for defendant.
Hawaiian Government vs. W. S.
Luce ct al., debt. Attorney-General
for plaintiff ; Whiting Hatch for'
Su Wui vs. J. II. Soper, trespass.
Appeal from Police Court, Hono
lulu. W. 11. Castle for plaintiff;
V. V. Ashford for defendant appel
lant. C. E. Williams vs. D. II. Davis
et al., tiespass on the case. Peter
son for plaintilf; Hutch for defend
M. A. Gonsalves vs. C. L. P.rilo
el at., case. Hatch for plaintilf;
Rosa for defendants.
Chong Pool; vs. J. II. Soper, tres
pass; Davidson for plaintiff; Attorney-General
Su Wai vs. J. II. Soper, damages;
appeal fiom decision of MeCully,
J., at Chambcis; Castle and Hutch
for plaintiff appellant ; Crcighton
D. M. Ciowley vs. Hawaiian Ga
zette Co., trespass on the case;
Davidson for plaintiff.
J. M. Vivas vs. L. A. Thurston,
assumpsit; appeal from Police
J. A. Magoon, administrnloi, vs.
S. Alimi, assumpsit; Whiting for
plaintilf; Ashford A. Ashford for
Wm. Wallace vs. E. Hutchinson
ctal,case; Neumann foi plaintiff.
Hawaiian Railroad Co. vs. E. R.
Ryan, assumpsit ; apped fiom Po
lice Court, Honolulu; Caller lor
plaintiff; Davidson for defendant
Hawaiian Railroad Co. vs. E. R.
Ryan, damage; appeal fiom Police
Court, Honolulu; Cartel for plain
tiff; Daidson tor defendant appel
The King vs. Ta Mon, appeal fiom
Older of MeCully, J., at lib Ciicuit
Com I ; W. O. Smith lor defendant,
The Kiug vs. J. R. Mills, el als.,
exceptions tiom ."rd Judicial Cir
cuit; Neumann and Peterson for
prosecution, Hatch and Davidson foi
Louis Rodiigo s. Ellen M. Rod
rigo; Magoon for plaintiff, Hrown
Aloiau vs. Emma Alniau ; Kaulu
kou for plaintilf.
Joaquin M. Sozo vs. Tieke M.
Makalcua; Rosa lor plaintiti.
Annie Sehussler vs Oswald
Schussler; Carter tor plaintilf.
Isabella P. Nuiianu vs. Sum Nuu
anu ; Kane foi plaintiff.
Maria de C. Feireira vs. Julio
Put i oil a; Rosa for plaintilf.
T. Kawaliaui vs. Kabanawale
(w.) ; Johnson for plaintiff.
IN IIALP-POCTWD l'A'i 8
Is the Finest T.ilile Tiiilter folil in Hie
Cuj of Honolulu.
'io in: ihii or
Henry Davis 8c Co.
Impmti'tl Dhect fiom Havana.
C. O. BERGER.
Pioneer Building & Loan Asso'n
TVTOTIOL Is heiehy given that at a
J-N nieellngof this Afsociatioiijield
this day, the Chartur of Ineoi poiiillon
was airejited and jiniiuiit lUeieto the
following Jtoaul of Dhectoi.s was
Geo. K. Uo.udinaii, S. II. Hose,
Geo. W. Smith, W. A. ln.wen,
J. ll.Fifcher, , J. M. Dowsctt,
A. V. Jik'lmidson, lletiry Hiullli,
Then. F. T.'iusing.
Honolulu, Juiiu 1!), IS'JO.
The objeetof Hie As-oelntion is to en
eniiinge Havings, unit homo building
aiiionglts lnenilmiH by eiifoicing legu
lar iiiojithly depoBltit and loaning them
to Ils niciubcis to ussUt llieni in aeiiulf
iug, and IniiiioNlng'boiiu'rtot their own,
ils inenifoeis aie tlio only ttoel.-hohl-ei'3,
and all piotlrs aiinlng from Inleibt,
piciniiiius, line", i!lc.,iuedlvlded turning
11k .(!. nbei s. u bleb uu.l.us it ilio mol
' lU'Rlrable of havings institutions It la tho
most dcfili able houi cefi oin which to hoi
iow, as it loans at a low late of Inteiesi
upon ea&y ten.ih of monthly payinenlg,
and all deahliig to hucoiun uiemhuis
f-hoiihl make hiimudi itc iipplieiitioii for
Ptoelw . Tiu:o. F. LANDING,
fiSr -iw Seen'taiy.
DUHIXO my absence from tho Klng
doni Mr. Peter Dalton will attend
to my saddle and huiunc business,
., , , i'juid I'iiilp.
JJonolulu, July 1, JR90, Wi ill
Paci Hardware Co, L'd,
B, Fi Ellltngham, resident) J, O. Spencer,
Ktinagen I h' Wtnttr, Treasurer.
Tin: vr.nv i.atv.st ik
Piano Lamps, Banquet-Lamps,
Hn.ll Lamps & Chandoliora,
Just llccch od fioin the Pm-tniy.
A New Line of Refrigerators,
A Full Line of the ravoiilo
Eddy's Refrigerator's and Ice Chsets,
DUitoa'i. Saws L I'llcsj New Lines of Loci's,
Planet, Jr., Cultivators.
Pictures Frames & Mouldings.
Pacific HRrdwaro Co., L'd.
Poit.V: Meiehnnt sis.
Px. Win. IT. Plmoml,
CASES SBGDBITT -BRAND
or iiKii 'rnsT.
LEWIS & CO.
n press m
Ready Reference & Directory,
Ilehi,; a eaipfully f.'omptloil Ut filler
of Volei foi Nobles in tin- DKtucI of
Honolulu t'ont lining the n ime-f, oe
enp itloiiiaud itlslilj t ami pieehu't ic-l-tlenees
of 1,700 voteis h.ilug In
eoines of ovi'i $il)0 pet annum.
Jj-- Onleis in.) lo lei l nt the II:
w.iil.in New Co. ' fi-iS tf
Mrs. M. J. RAMOS
New PliotoOTliic liiliery
At A, Ii. SuiUU'b, Upjtai'E,
Whcie theBo3t. tlij Weateat and tho
l'liotogiiipliie 1'iitiiies and IteMideuee
Views me Liken. Ltitiiu silitfuctinii
g'.NCU, ami nil niiletspioinplly iitteutleil
CTA uwpeelful initnlinn lsFento.it
to tlie l.ulle-. to ill and spe foi tlient
aclM'f.. C80 lm
Powell's Hafsiffe ExpresH.
J AS. I'OWi:!.!.. fouiicily cmploycil
at Union 1'iid Co. for Kei'i..l
years, liaing gone into the liagg.ige
expies l)iiine, solicits pation.ige.
Sti.ud, eoinei of King and Jtetliel
stitets. Oidcis e.m be left at Young
Nap's eigarM.iud. B.iggnge ilelieicd
llh pioinpti.esS and cue to imy pint
of i ity. uiie7-'.)(l
PAItTILSdeshiii" Avoe.ulo IVars in
qniutilii". ot not k"w Ihuii 0
FOK SALE CHEAP
ACOMl'LIZTi: ouint for nnl.lng and
illxpoiiMii citrbonatcd beveiagf
all in good older. AUtfiess
Wl llin Walohlini, lhm.ill.
ON uceoiint of ill health Dr. J. M.
Whitney has appoluted4Dr. E. L.
IlutchiiiMiii totuUe charge of his office
until his lelutli. 5J7 tf
not bo lesponslhle for any'
against the Steamer ''Aka
mai" unlehs Inclined bv my written
oi del. O. 1'. CASTLE.
Honolulu, .IiuiQ'7, 1800. 07r. tf
'lHL untleifSlgiicd have sold out tlio
div goods I. ashless beictofoieear
lifil on lty them at Xo. 57 to C!) Hotel
Ktieot, to Jlr. A. O Silva ho will tou
duct the biishieps on his own t.ceount
fiom and nftcr thisTdnto.
M. A. GON.SALVF.S ft CO.
noiiolulii,JIiiy2l, is:i(. r.s;. if
ALL claims against tho "Honolulu
D.iliy" to.Iuuu 1, lbOO, must bo
left at the i.Mlcivof .1. A. Ahigoou wilbln
iiodays fiom date. Messii. Hewett X
.Ittcobeu me anthoileil to collect all
bills due the ' Honolulu Dahy" fiom
Biny 1, IS'.IO.
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
Page in the "Honolulu Cm-rlngc
Mun.ifni.tory," nf'J'iS Foil street, lam
prepared to conUhtfd tho above bindings
under tho old iijufc'1 of Honolulu dr.
rluge Mi. m. factor 'find being 1.11 old
experiCMul turrgo builder 1 solicit
the patronage Of my old friendu ami the
nubile hi general, and with my thorough
knowledge i)f the biit.ine.aa and with &.
(.(.rlonrud wori.iiitn .arid tifllug only the
iu'Sl lauterial 1 ;grtraulco general tmlla
fix lion. I'lvhie ,all unit buu me beforu
(BlcneU)i U1DKUN WKST.
Honolulu, Oct, 28, 1K8W,
from Ran francisco.
. Julv i!i
1 1 (iiiiilnlii
L") Nov 22
PI Dee 20
For San Francisco.
. Oet 20.,
, .Nov 2(1.
. July 20
. . Nov If.
. . . Dee 111
.. Jan 10
lnterntodialeS. S. Ausfralia.
Fiidav . .
Kiiday . .
Friday... July A
Friday... Aug ?
Fiidny... Aug 20
Piiday.. Sept 2(5
Fiidny. . .Oct 21
Fn'd.iy... Nov 21
Fiidny. ..Dee 1H
Viill MAX H'SJANC'I.stO,
Hie now Mid Que Al bteel fteHinslii,.
Of the ( iceai.ie Slenml.lp Cuupdny, ill
lieaueai Honolulu from Sydney
and Aneklnuil ou m ulif. n
June 28, 1890.
Ami will leavu for the alne port with
mallB and p-iasengeis ou or ubout tl,'.l
ror iieii'in or nassacre. hnvm.. mi.
'. ACCO.MJUOUATIONH. iior.lv
Q. IKWIN & CO., Ajrent.
For Sydney and Auckland.
the new aud due Al steel steamship
" ABameda, "
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due ut Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Juiy 5, 1890.
And will hive pi.m.pt dispatch will,
mails iind puMeuijois fin the above ports. .
lor lieight or psssuce. liaviii" ail
:7 WM. O. ERWIN & CO.. Aceuts -
Gustav A. Sclniman
79 & Bt : : King Sheet.
At V. Wiiglii&Snn'B.
Having ifrcwil a full assortinrnt of
'HniiiL'e Trimming Matcrluls from the
East, I am prupiircd to execute all orders
will. iieMiicss mill despatch at very rea.
O. A. SCH U MAN.
Hawaiian Lime !
is so im:k ii,! uit i: i,.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D,
1 ,SpIo Agents. (-"
JETNA ! '
4 NATURAL Mlneial Water. For
xV f-nle only )iy
W. S. LUCK
Solo Agent ft Impoiler for I In; jj'a
wallan Islands. 53 t
Corner King k Bethel Streets,
Has just Impoi ted Eomo new stylo
Manila & Havana Cigars,'
Oigaictto &, Cholco Tobaccos,
For p ale. Also, Cold Di Inks, fi77 2v
Manufacturer of Liuliih'
French Kid, Calf& Kangaroo
BItIN SIIH03 MA1II! TO OltDKll.
IVearei! or Keue.l; uIho, Hmtillru.
Md Nuiianu St., ; : : p. o, Uix Ml.
GOO KIM & CO.,
XT.. m -T ,.. '
u. bu nuiianu Ht., Honolulu,
And dealers Iu nil Kind of
(iiMhlmeren mill I'iiiiiIhIiIiii- (JooUh.
Also, a fttll Mock of Dry ami Rini'v
G001U. Good lit gii.nniileed. fi!7 Bin
CHANGE of RESIDENCE. X ',
Has removed from Fort rlrect to Ho.
hello Lnne, l'nlr.,m.
Okick llouna; 0 a. si, to 18 m. aid
i'. m, to t) I'. M.
Mutual GOB-iaTEl.EPIIONEScrr:tsll 47B?;
IIUKWOOn for eale at Iluwnilan"
X Commercial Salesrooms, conieroT
vjiiito mm milium, miuuis.
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