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THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1800.
OAHU RAILWAY ft LAND COKPAuTS
. 11 :-IS
An ho Honolulu .
1 : 1 1
July 10- ,
Stair Wuhunnalo for "tt ahilna anil at
niiac at 0 a in
Am bU W II Dluiond, 12 1' Diow, for
ian "Trauclsco at uoou
Am lk Ceylon, 11 Calhoun, for San
Haw sclir Kaulol-ai, Ticutb, for North
west P.cille Island
VESSELS i CAVING TQ-n'.ORIlOV.
Stmr C U Bishop for Walunac, Wnialua
and ICoolau al 0 a in
Stmr XV U Hall for Hawaii and Maui at
10 a m
Prom Kooluu per stmr C R Bishop,
Julv 0 Dr J Biodle, J It Hull, wife and
For an frunclsco per bkl W 11 DI
moud July 10 Geo Howaid.
For Lyoeu Island per sekr Kaa'ol.ai,
July 0 i'lof A B Lyons, .uasteis
Pieiith (:', and Capt Roaehlh.
CARGUES Fii'dM IStAMD FUSTS,
lllshop 4J0 bags paddy.
F0REICD VESSELS III PORT.
USFS hailes'on, Rear-Admiral Goo
brown, lumi Mm Kiaucboo
USfiNipsio McCmley, lumi llilo
U SiS Itoquols., Ulaliop, fio-u ban Fran-
Am miss packet Moi nlng Stn-, G F
Qmltud, from south be.i Islands
JJor clilp Tlior, v K atuinuit, Ironi
Ain bU- Ophir noni Newcastle, NSW
4-mstd hchr Ogi, Itudiu, lioin San
Am bgtuu W G Irwin, J E JlcCulloch,
fiom San Francisco
F0JIEL.N VESSELS EXPEBFCD.
Bi-Bliip Blcngtleld sailed fiom Liver
pool pr 18, due Aug 24
Gcr Ok Adonis from Bieiuen
Ger bk Fuust, fiom 2s'ow Toil; via Bra
zil Bk Uucle Joliu, from Newcastle, due
Br bk Bilker from London, sailed Apr
1 1 due vug i'5
Am bk Aldeu bes-c. Howard, fiom San
Fianclbco (forKahului), duo Juue
Bk C D Bryant, Jucobsen, from San
Fitmcisco due Julj 13
Bk Forest Queen. hiding, from San
Fr nelaco due 'uly 18
Bk Lady Luinpson,tjodergrcn, from can
r'laneiseo duo July 21
'l-mstd schr Robert Lewcrs, I'cnhallow,
from San Fiancisco duo July 10
Tein W S Bow ue, Bluhin, fiom San
Francisco due atMalnikona July 19
Brbk Geivau fiom Llvuipool, sailed
iMny 10, due Sept 10-G0
naw S to Clmtdinu fiom Glasgow
Thobktno W II JMmond silled at
.neon to-day for SauFianelseo with 7C00
bags sugar valued at ?39,B49 14.
llie baik Ceylon can led away to San
Francisco to-day 15,781 bags biigar val
ued at 79,' 02.30.
The baik G N Wilcox took yesterday
14,057 bags (l,817,7811bs) sugar hipped
by il Huckfeld & Co, and valued at
The schooucr Kaalokal sailed to-day
for the islands of the Northwest Pacific
on a surveying expedition under Mr G
1) Frceth, Pi of A B Lyons of Oabu
Collegtyiccopanied the party,
REID-VOELLER In Honolulu, July
8, at tho lcsldeiKc of, ami by Rev
11 II Paikcr, Hugh C Reld and
Grace Luelnda Voeller, both of this
THE OSTRICH FARM.
Dr. Trousseau's ostriches arc
coming on fail ly in their new homo
at Kapiolani Park. One of the
fcmaicd is still out of soils from the
ocean voyage, hut the other one and
the male mo in healthy condition.
The doctor lias cleared and fenced
two paddocks of five acres each for
breeding grounds. As a dense jun
gle had to be cut away lor tins pur
pose, tho cnteipribu has already
caused a great improvement in the
park environs. Buildings and cor
nils for feeding, shellciiiig, and
plucking the blids have been pro
vided, with the most approved con
veniences of osti ich farms in Aus
tralia and California. Dr. Trous
seau will receive three moie ostriches
for breeding purposes by an caily
steamer. The nalnial increase fiom
the six birds may reasonably be ex
pected to set the farm on a prosper
ous career. Thus will come one of
the new industries so ardently de
sired, and u very attractive oue too
to gentlemen of means.
Mrs.BvaM. JoliasoD, Artist,
Studio, No, 27 Alafcea Btroct.
Formerly of Now Yoik, would Infoim
tho public that she is prepared to 1111
all ciders for Pastels, Oil, Water Cobra
and ludla Ink Portraits.
pw Samples of woik can bo seen at
Studio aud Hamilton Houso Pailow.
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LOCAL GENERAL 'HEWS.
Head ''dividend notice."
A runNisttr.D toonl s mlvortiscil lo
A notice to creditor onold accounts
ta uhun ly Die Hawaiian llt.td
Mit. Motgan will hold an under-
writius enlo, at his t-nk'erooni, on
Sulutdav next, tit 10 i. In.
Tin: Mil hi iitciH plant blihta
nntl insi'Ol pests ptiB.-ed lltlid leading
in tlio Legislative this morning.
At tho Hawaiian Curriago Manu
facturing Company's ofllee, pallor
ami bedroom cts aio ofToicd for sale.
Tun nnimnl meeting of Uio Mock
holders of llio Wniohinti Agricultu
ral and Orating Company will bo
held on tho 30th instant.
Tom Gow n ml Ah Phnrt havo
formed n pnilnorehip lo oany on a
diy goodti biiMiiorp, under the linn
nnnio of Tom Gow it Co.
Tun Honolulu Iron Wotks Com
pany aio sole agents on them islands
for "Vnlvoline," u lubiicutor for the
valves and cylinders of iteam engines
Bv older and at tho oilice of Mr
C. Afong, Nutianu slicot, MrMoigan
will sell slot o fixtures and merchan
dise, at 10 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing. Those who want fun can find it at
the Hawaiian Opera House to-night.
"Fun on tho Bristol," a highly amus
ing comedy, will bo played by the
Tivoli Gaiety Company.
Ait undei writer's suicr of good?
specified in tin tuUeitisotiient, in
another column, will bo held by Mr.
Levey, at 10 o'clock noon, to-morrow,
at T. II. D.isiea' warehouse, on the
Anyone who was a pupil of the
Royal School dutitlg Dr. Bcckwi h't
time, ami It is not leecived an invita
tion to tlielu.ui nextSaltudujvhould
com m unitate that fact to Jas. Iveola,
at the BfLLEHN ofliee.
Tiiu Myrtle Boat Club at its meet
ing lust niujlit elected office! & for the
year, its follows : A. G. M. Robertson,
pusident; W. T. Monsanat, secre
tary ; Chas. T. Wilder, tronsurer; J
L. Toiberi. captain; A. W. Caiter,
W. II, Wright and fcain Louisson,
Tun Legislature this afternoon re
ferred to a t-elect committee Rep.
Wnipuilani's bill for resioring live
judges to the Supieme Court, and
then adjourned to give the commit
tee on the ICtiu contused election an
opportunity of examining witnesses,
who have to return home by to-mor-ruw's
Dr. Kimball showed a Bulletin
reporter litis morning a specimen of
tho black scale bug, the kind that
the ludy bug is said to eat. The
scales hnvo the ap'pearance of minute
shell fish, and each one covers hun
dreds of the insects. This blight ap
pears to be spreading, as well as the
cotton scale that lately etiuck Hono
EVEKTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. A lloiiolulii Rifles,
Honolulu Commandery No. 1 K.
T., at 7:30.
Entertainment at St. Louis Col
Opera House, "Fun on the Ilils
tol," at 8.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Mr. J. II. S. Martin, one of the
"life" Nobles of yoro, pensively
watched proceedings to-day from a
One would think an "insect pest"
had crawled down on Rep. Nan aid's
bnck, tho way he jumped about in
denouncing the lady bug this fore
noon. SUFFRAGE OF JAPANESE.
The Japanese immigrants in the
Hawaiian Islands find another
grievance against tho Hawaiian
Government. The law, as it at pre
sent statute, precludes all Asiatics
from voting for, or being eligible
for, election to the House of Pailia
ineut. Tho original intention in
framing the law was, we are told,
chietly to debar the Chinaman from
tlio pi ivilegcs named, but since its
enactment the influx of immigrants
fiom this country has increased the
Japanese population there to rui h
an extent that they nro agitating
they hhall he exempted from such
an objectionable stipulation. During
liis tenure of olllce us Minister for
Foreign Affairs, it is stated that
Count Ukuma made a demand for
the desired reform and that the Ha
waiian Government promised that
ins demand fahotild lie conceded
when the Pailiament met in July of
tho present year. Their action up
In the present is Imwcwr hat illy
calculated to convince one of tho
sinceiityof their promise and it is
stated the Japanese Government
havo decided to discontinue sending
emigrants for a whiK It is further
asserted that Mr. Masaki, tho newly
appointed Consul lo Hawaii, has re
ceived instructions to investigate tho
condition of tho Japanese immi
grants there, and on his report will
be decided wlielhcV emigiation to
tho Islands from this country shall
or shall not cease. Do the Japanese
allow aliens such privileges as they
seek in Hawaii? Japan Gazette.
THE ONLY PAPER r.nd by
clutsi-n Tliu Daily Bullotln.'1
cents pir month.
' ,,DAliAiiCidbifiati;,.iitiSjL:tii-u,h i:
Fort Street nmt Plitil.nlim rtelioolfl
UiXiil Yi'.iik MhoMtt.
Yesterday was a live day in the
school:!, as well as at the pollitu;
places. Teachers and pupils were
enjoying the occasion afforded oncu
in each year of exhibiting their
tielilevimunla in the pursuit of know
ledge. In tho Fort Street BcIiojI, tho
seven tlfpiittncnla were e::amlnOvl
simultaneously, Amougthe vUitorj
prcneut were Chief Justice Judd
and Miss Judd ; Majoi Wodehouso,
II. II. M. Conunisslonrr and Mrs.
Wodehouso; lion. U. 1J. Bishop,
President of the Board of lCdtica
tion; Piofossor Alexander, Mr. A.
T. Atkinson, Iiispcctor-Genernl of
Schools; Rev. Dr. Bcckwith and
some teachcis fiom country dis
tricts. Visiton passed from room
to room and were courteously afford
ed every possible opportunity of in
specting tho pupils' work not only
of tho day but aUo of the car; as
piles of exercise books containing
exhibits of the lessons from time to
time during tho year, wcie on
every teacher's table. Iti tho flat
ter of writing, on blackboard, slate
aud paper, it would balllo the most
captious ciitic lo suggest wheie or
how it could be improved upon.
Absolute perfection in this branch
may be said to be attained in the
pi imary department. Ju each suc
cessive grade abovo tins, gi cater
speed is acquired without any sacri
tiec ol legibility or beauty in the
The exercises in tho flist four
grades consisted mainly of reading,
wilting, dictation and arithmetic. In
each of these, the woik wa9 all of
one character, the best. These four
urade3, include primer, first, second,
third ami tliiid supplementary lead
ers. The study of antitmetieiscariled
lortvurd lu and including fractions,
common aud decimal. The teachers
are, Miss Courseit with 57 pupils;
Miss Maggie Walker, 40 pupils ;. Miss
Florence Winter, lifi pupils ;Mi3sNan
tiie Needham, 22 pupils. "The next
grade is conducted by Miss Biown
who registers '21 pupils. Several
examplts in prollt and loss were
clearly and piomplly solved in terms
or ibu unitary tnetnod. While ex
cellence is the character of all the
cxeiciscs here as in the other iooiU3,
the visitois were particulury im
pressed with the exhibits in geogra
phy. A pile of maps drawn by
pupils, from memory, attested the
thoioughless of the pupils' know
ledge of the topography of this
nether woi Id. But even tins does
not seem to sitisfy the ambition of
iusttuctoror pumls. Not enough
lo know the contour of the earth's
surface but they arc required lo
construct it. The walls are hung
with Iage relief maps of the conti
nents exhibiting in putty their con
figurations, elevations aud depres
sions. Theso, with the maps, evoked
exptessious of admiration fiom all
present and lo Professor Alexander,
were objects of delightful contem
plation. Mr. Gear's class were en
gaged in evolving the beauties of
Vugil and other classic authors to
the delectation of such visitors as
were capable of appreciating that
kind of thing.
(Further notes on the work in tho
two High School grades will appear
in connection with Thursday's pro
gramme.) To sum up the whole, it may
safely be said that the Fort Street
School has nothing to fear from
comparison with any school of the
like grade, in America. While tho
several teachers show unmistakable
original ability, it is also proper to
add that the masterly hand and mind
of Principal Scott, nro noticeable ju
their results throughout the whole
At the Pouukaina Girls' School,
taught by Miss Corncy, witli Assist
ants Misses Barnard, Miss Atkinson
and Miss Dudoit, there was the
usual concourse of visitors with
which this school is honored at least
once in each year. Verandas, aisles
aud window openings presented
dense masses of spectators, most of
whom were native Uawaiians. The
school is in two buildings, two
rooms in each. Total attendance,
MO. The accommodation in the
building containing tho two higher
classes seems to ho entirely itiadc
qtia'e, the number of scats being 52
and the number of pupils 75.
The exhibits in arithmetic, dicta
tion, reading and oilier branches
wcie of a high order of excellence,
Great diflb ulty was experienced in
carrying out tho piogrammu on ac
count of noise among iho spectatois.
The propoi lion ot tho fouign cle
ment in attendanco on this school
seems to be on the increase. Tho
grades include the whole scries of
six readers. Tho girls in the school
being for tho most part Uawaiians,
a vaal deal of painstaking is called
for to pioeure distinct articulation
of English, and in this particular
feature, Miss Corney and her cf ll
cieut assistants may be said lo have
scored the highest possible mark.
A heap of cxerciso books, compris
ing dictation, senlenco building,
geography, astronomy, arithmetic,
grammar mid composition, gave vis
itors an opportunity of inspecting
the different stages of the pupils'
progress through tho year. A care
ful inspection of their contents
showed iho system of instruction to
bo effective in producing tho very
best results. Every exercise is really
unsurpassable in neatness, order
and penmanship. Tho exercises
1 closed with singing, an art in which
I this eobool has always excelled.
i,&i. ilA'jJ- tj-Atetj x jJ. 4 . -A' ' J --4 .
.? IWOTW ll)WWMHW'WWfi.
The House opened at
Rep. Kanealii, from Kati, for the
establishment of an English school
at Pun in that dUtiicl. Education
Rep. Waipuilani. from Kona. that
North and South Koi.a be made tw'o
separate election districts. That tho
law relating to the sale of salt beef
be lepcalcd. That the duly on cof
fee be raised to six cents a pound.
That licenses for the sale of salt
salmon be plncrd at $10. That
the number of judges of the
Supreme Court be increased.
Ali laid on tabic to be considered
with bills on their respective sub
jects. Noble Pua, from Honolulu, that
wharf laborers be paid S I a day and
$8 a night. Committee on cotn
uieicc. Tho same member was allowed,
under suspension of the rules, to
read a petition having so many
prayers that they could not bo con
veniently endorsed on the paper.
The petition prayed that the police
foico of the city bo increased to
500 including the military ; that a
law bo enacted requiring all males
in the kingdom between the years of
15 and 40 years of age, to do mili
tary duty; that the Government
erect hospitals on each island ; that
the law relating to vaccination be
repealed ; that the law authorising
the arrest of persons suspectid of
leprosy be repealed ; that there be
no restrictions on any person prac
tising medicine witli the object of
curing lepicy; that tho Govern
ment establish a medical college in
this" kingdom for native Uawaiians;
that the number of Judges of the
Supieme Court be i educed to three;
that tho Legislature make lawyers
licensed to practise in District
Courts do their duty by their eli
unis; that the Government give
pieces of government lands to native
Hawaiian either by sale or lease;
that the Legislature apportion the
pay of polici1 ; that l'ie Government
riMpicst Makalua to return to this
country and teach native Uawaiians
the nit of medicine; that medical
books bo translated into the native
language; that all doctors under
the Board of Health be dismissed ;
that all books used in the schools be
translated into Hawaiian ; that the
law placing restrictions on the right
to vote be lepealed, and that ChiiKe
bo allowed to vole. Committee on
REl'OKT OF COMJliriEE.
Noble McCaithy presented the
unanimous report of the military
committee on iho following items in
the Appropriation Bill : King's
Guards, 835,000; bands, flags, aud
salutes, 10,000; Aid to volunteer
military companies, $12,000; Old
account A. W. Herring uniform"
SG03 54, interest 8141.40, total
8750. The committee recommend
ed the items pass as follows: King's
guards, So'2,000; Band, flags, and
salute?, 850,000; Aid to volunteer
military companies, 1500; Old ac
count A. W. Herring, $750.
Laid on table, on motion of Noble
Baldwin, to be considered with the
Rep. Kamai 100, for building a
schoolhoiisc at Wailuanui, Koolau,
Maui. Tabled. That the commit
tee to visit the leper settlement be
authorized to return to their homes
people who have not got leprosy,
and that they examine people sent
there by the Board of Health, and
that the Government be forbidden
to send any more people there while
the Legislature is sitting. Referred,
on the mover's motion, to sanitary
TH drluk of the times is Halt's
Delicious Ico Cieam Soda, cool,
lefrcsblng aud lnvluouttlttp, only IS
cents a drink, served at tue Ehto Ice
Cream Pailois. 608 lw
IF you want a Hue clgais go to O. J.
McCaithy's, B95 2w
BY' a Young Man of good character
and well iccomtneuded. Auiy nt
the flULLlTIN Otllc.0.
DIVIDEND will he nnld on (he
l.'tli July, to lite ciedlloisof II.
M , at tho olllce of Alex J. C.titwilsht.
Merchant stii-or, ojpositu Uclhel duct.
P i'ii?o call early.
U01 1W PER ORDER.
XUITC annual mcetlnc; of Iho
i liomciH ni mo wiiioiiiuu Ac
Itirul & Oinzlnj' Co, will be lrdutil tho
olllco of the .Secretary, at Honolulu, on
WEDNESDAY, the 30lh inxt.. t 10
o'cl el: a. m. C. P. 1AUICUA.
001 2w Secietaiy W. A. & G, Co.
rpiIE Hawaii in Hotel Stables give
L notice to those owing them obi
accounts, that if not Killed by August
1. ISUO. tb-iy will be put in the bunds
of a collector. C01 td
A NY former pupils
of tho Royal
K. a, lleck-
XI. School duiluii Dr.
w lib's tlnio, who have not received in-
vltatlniHto iho Royal t-choolJubllce,
left out unwittingly, will please simd In
their munes Immediate y to Mr. Iiib.
Kcola, at tho Rullkiin Olllco. C01 St
&. tsiBJkiSirf. i
&fcfr.& . JUuXJt It . L "jX
jul? to, iwiu.
Auction Sales by James F. Hoifla.
Clearance Auction 8alo
Anil Morchmuuso I
Byordnrof Mr.. C. AFONG I will sell
at Pnbll- Auction at his olBce,
On FIITDAY, July Jitli,
AT 10 O'CLOCIt A. SI.,
Ebony Tables & Chahs,
Champltor Wood Trunks,
2 Large Show Oases,
1 Handsome Koa Oilice Table,
Leather Covered Sofa & Chain,,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. P. MOIIGAN,
On SATURDAY, July I2lli,
AT IO O'VIjDOK A. 31..
At my Salpsioom, Queen street, I will
sell at l"u He Ant-lion for account of
whom It may concern, the following
Met eliandlse d imaged per Lhlllsh b.uk
'Honowdale' from Liwipoul:
T. H. D. & Co.
T. H & S
DO kcg3 HiibbticVs Genuine- Ground
Wlilti Lead. 50 lbs 'tw It
2G0 ki'gs llubuuekV Genuine Gioucd
WTiitc Lead, l!.") lbs each
433 Legs Hub-hack's No. 1 Gamine
Uioimd Vvlitti! Lead, 25 lb ueh
10S Leu's llubnuek's Patent White Zinc
I'alnt. -'." Ibcaeh
100 kegs Ilubbuek's Genuine Bod Lead,
L'5 lbs each
D. & Co.
101 drums Tfubbuek's Pale Boiled Lin
fceed OIL 5 Amu gal'oiis each
C di iiius Ilubbuek's Piilu boiled Liu-
s-cuil Oil. o Ainu gillous each
17 di urns Hubbuek'b Haw Linseed Oil,
0 A lun gillons each
Term3 Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. P. aiOSGAX,
HAWAIIAN OPERA HQOSB
L. J. Levey, : : Lessee.
Clii'f Phillips, : Manager.
IIakuy Bell, : Stage Duiectoi:.
AV. DEXTEU, : : PllOPEUTIES.
E. E. Mayhew, : Machinist.
Who were received Tuesday night by a
ciow ded house with n delighted and
JCgyA unanimous verdict a show of
real merit fiom beginning to cud!
Thursday Evening, July 10th,
"Will be produced with great splendour
ami magnillcent scenic effects,
Tlio Burlcsfjuo Comedy
Fun on the Bristol "
Latest Operatlo Corns, Conge, Daaces, Etc,
657" Plan for lescrved scats for any
night of the s asoti can bo seemed at
the olllce of L. J. Levey, cor. Foi t and
Queen 3tt. (100 2t
OX account of ill health Dr. .T. M.
Whitney has appointed Dr. K. L.
Hutchinson to taUo charge of his olllco
uutll his ictiuii. 517 if
not bj rcepoiiPiblo for any
ujialnst tho Steamer "Aka
mai" unless incurred bv my written
order. O. P. CASTLE.
Honolulu, .Tune 7, lti'.K). 075 tf
rpilE underslgni'd have sold out the
1 Uiv gooiln business Imttofoie car
ried oil by l hem at Xo. 07 & Gi) Hotel
i-tree i, to Mr. A. G Sllva who will con
duct tho bushier on his own account
fiom aud ufur HiIbiIiIo.
M. A. QOX.SALVES & CO.
Honolulu, Mnyai. 1800. CSotf
ALL claims against the "lloiiolulii
Daliy" to Juue 1, 1SQ0, must bo
left at the olllco of J. A, Mugoon within
SO days from date. Mcssih. He won A;
Jucobiieii arc atithoibcd to collect all
bills due tho ' Honolulu Daily" from
May 1, 1800."
J. I. DOWSLTT. Ju.,
lloiiolulii, Juno 14,1600. 6S0 tf
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
j5. !18 colmuuii, I'liroly loe.il mutter
Milled to foreign counttb'3, ?5 pur
it j.AJh .
NOW IS THE TIME 1
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of tfts United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Iusuianco goes with every Bond.
Tito following arc a few of the many attractive 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 JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
Tho Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
From the Kew York Sun, April -Uh, 1800.)
Tho largest Uusiness Ever Transacted by a Lifo Assur
The now business of the Equitable Lifo Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollaiis. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in tho annals of life assurance.
3S7Information cheerfully furnished to any who will writo to or call
upon the undersigned at his ofllcc.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-00
We Desire to Call Your Attention To
w 7&X tJtUI3TREO y,
For Lubiicating tho Valvo and
VALVOLIXE is an earth oil specially prepared under the highest steam
beat and from which all olatilo and earthy matter has been expolled by a
process which leaves a pine and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston pac'king perfectly clean. This
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and lias been in con
stant use over eighteen years.
?We also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindlo Oils for all
classes of machinery.
HONOLTTLTT IBON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. 601 3m
to a Change in tela F.rtn
1 &MIB CLEARANCE BALE
Will Take Place at the
weeping Reductions in Every Department
. S3? FOR tO DAYS OLY -SI
C00 lot Corner Hotel & Fort Streetfl.
B. R. Hendey, President Ja Manager.
Godkuey .Brown, Secretary & Tieasurcr.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo.Sprcckeltt'lIiink, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gdsuino Ilavlland China, plain
Piano, Library &. Stand Lamps, Chandeliers & Elcotoliors,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortm't of Drills & Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EM DBSGRIPTION !
The "aazollo" ii wheeled Riding Plow & Equalizer,
liluebcurd Rico Plow, Planters Steel it Uoosencckcil iloeu,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varnishes Jt Brushes, Manila t Shjal Ropo,
HANDLES OP ALL KINDS,
JESohc, liose, IC3Coe.
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of auporior quality, & STEAM,
Agato Iron Ware, Silver Plated Wuro, Table & Pocket Otttlcry,
Powder, Shot & Caps, Tim Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Curtridgea,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipe fc Bolt Threading,
llartuian'B Steel Wiro Feneo fc Steel Wiro Mrtts,
Win. 0. Fisher's Wrought Stcol Range
date- City Stouo Filters,
"Now Procew" Twist Drilln,
nov-299 Ncal'a Ctrriajjo Palnta.
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Cylinder of Stoam Engines.
& FOItT STKEETS.
John Ena, Vice-President
Cecil Buown, Auditor.
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