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Tho following Marblnery forming
pnitof tho Star Mill Flan,, will bo ol 1
at public miction at nh enily (Into utiles
disposed of previously by private sale.
Panics desirous of purchasing any por--tlou
of till? Mnehinoiy cuu get parti
culars nuu puces ironi iuc unuursigucu :
1 28M8 Mill k Gttfflg,
Sparc Gonv Wheel & Pinion;
1 ISxftG Engine, Spate Oc.ir Wlieol A'
esicOnic (jiaiiiU'H wtiii Fitting-, 4
1 Juice lienor, 1 1 ft. long 11! In. dia
2 i4 lu. W. 1. Cleaning Pans,. RVJ2.7;
I Ck7 Double Effect, complutu with
Pump & Stage;
i 6x20 Galloway Boiler, complete;
1 f.xlG Tubular Boiler, complete;
I Sugar Car ) In. W. I., IMi. l.3. 1 ;
l sugar fooler, Sxn.us'JO ;
I Sugar Cooler, 0 0," (ixsO ;
J Sugar Cooler. -Wi! ti.20;
1 Tank 4 in. W. I.. 7.(5Ojc12;
1 Steam Pump, 1 discharge;
i No. 5 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
a Hlake I'umpo, l)s discharge;
I Lathe. 20 chuck 12 ft. long, bed;
1 Heavy Vice,
1 Fairbanks Platfonn Scales, 2CK2S;
Alill Building, 10x150x21; and Boiler
Shed, all eov. w Ith Corrugated Iron ;
Klro Brick, also a large as-oitment of
2nd Hand Cocks. Valves, Piping,
J NO. HIND,
Pur Star .Mill Co.. lCohala, Hawaii.
Electricity is Life !
MANY person tlml a moderate ap
plication of Eleetiicity ltoneilclal.
Elect! icity sometimes cures nndneuily
always benefits Rheumatism, Neuralgia.
Indigestion, Etc., and acts like a tonic
aud is verv beneficial in case of General
Debility. " Go to
On Queen street,
And get an Electric Shock by dropping
a Nicuol In the slot. Can be regulated
10 suit the delicate as well as the stroug.
There is alo one of tlieso Electric
Macblues at Young ,"np's, corner of
Kiug aud Bethel streets. f7l lm
Fresh Butter !
IN HALV-FOUND PA'i S.
Is the Finest Table Butter sold iu ihe
City of Honolulu,
to hk riAU or
Henry Davis & Co.
A. G-. SILYA,
D5 ct 57 Hotel Stroet,
Furniture, Matting & Carpet Laid
Tine Upholstering and Bedding a spe
cialty, jmu; 10-Oin
Pioneer Building & Loan Asso'n
NOTICE U hereby given that at a
meeting of this Association held
this day, the Cbaiter of Incorporation
was accepted and pursuant thereto tho
following Board of Directors ias
Geo. E. Boarthnau,
Geo. W. Smith,
J. II. risher,
A. W. Btchardson,
S. B. Rose,
W. A. Bocn,
Tlieo. F. Lansing.
Honolulu, June 10, 1X90.
Tlie object of the Association is to en
courage Saiings, and home building
among Its members by enforcing icgu
lar monthly deposits and loaning them
to its members to assl.-L them iu acquir
ing, and improving homes of their own.
Its meuibeis aiu the only stock-holders,
aud all piolits aiising from iuterst,
premiums, lines, etc., aie divided among
Its members, which makes it the most
desirable of savings Institutions It is the
most desirable bource from which to bor
row, as it loans at a low rate of interest
upon easy terms of monthly payments,
aud all desiiing to becomo uiembeis
should make immediate application for
stock. TllKO. F. LANSING,
C8B 2w Secretary.
RB. MONROE, ladles' nurse, ha
removed to No. ii, Kukui bine.
Br. A. 33. CARTER
fAS removed his office to No. 33
Beietaulu, between Fort and
Nuuanu streets. Olllce hours : 9 :30 to
U a. M., and 2 to 4, and 7 to 8 v. M.
Mutual Telephone "So. :i02. C70 lm
Dr. A. L.UTZ
WILL have olllce hours from 8 to c
A. M. and 4 to r i. m., ut No. 33
Bcretaula, between Foit and Nuuanu
streets. Mutual Tolephoue Nor. 302
aud 170. C70 lm
"Dr. KENRI G. McGREwT
AFTER an absence of four years In
Paris, has returned to his home
on tho Islands, for tho purpohuofie
Kiimlng tho practice of medicine. He
may bo found at bis old olllce on Hotel
street between Foi t and Alakeu sheets.
Offleo hours from 8 to 11 A. jr., aud 2 to
4 and C to8i'. m. 0701 in
Moeting of Stockholders.
NOTICE is heieby given that a spe
cial meeting of the stockholders
of the Oabu Railway & Land Co. will
bu held at the olllce of the Compauy on
THURSDAY, July 17lh, 1890, ut 3
o'clock v. M., for tho puiposo of accept
ing the road from the contractor, and
uuioudlng tho by-laws.
By order of tho President.
W. G. ASHLEY,
690 td Secretary.
MacMiery For Sals !
G, J. McCarthy
Ilai just rccciicd ii fro Mi lot of
Iii I Aim
Give iw u call
No. 30 Muaantt St, r, O. "Box 207.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having hid 10 years experience in
the business, t ani piepand to nianii
fiieturo to order fashionable hind
Fcwod Ladles' & Gentlemen's Hoots &
Shoe?. Also. Fictieh & Amciicnu Boots
it Shoes lecelvcd by eveiy, steamer.
Prices reasonable. 1 solicit your put
Studio, Wo. 27 Alakoa Street.
Foimorlyof New Yoik, would Infoi m
the public that nho 1-. prepaied to till
all oi tiers for Pastels, Oil; Water Colors
ami ludla Ink Poitraits.
f" .Samples of woik can be seen at
Studio and Hamilton IIoumj Pallor.
H"W. SCHMIDT begs leave to in-
foi in tho public that be has es
tablished beie an Importing and Com
mission Business under the 111 in name of
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
And that Mr. II. Lose has authoiity to
sign by procuration.
Honolulu, July 1,1800. 507 Ht
rpilE California Wine & Spirit Bnsl
J. ncss heietoforc canied on at Xo.
8S Foi t street, under the Hun name of
Hamilton Johnson is this day dissolved
by mutual cou-ent.
H AM ILTON .1 OIINSOX,
TITE above business w ill be continued
at the present stand by Henry
Congdon under the linn name of I lent y
Congdou & Co. All mattcis relating to
the above business will be pettleU by
HENRY CONGDON & CO.
Honolulu, June 00, 1300. 007 1
N'OTICE Is heieby gicn that the firm
of the Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
has been reorganized
farlane. E. It. Miles,
Geoige W. Mac
W. Austin Whit
S. Kay, haie re-
tiicd from said lb in and all iuteicsts
are now vested In D. Paul E. Isenberg,
W. II. Cornwell and S. I. Shaw, who
as co-partners under said Hi in name
will eiury on the business of Hack,
Boarding and Livery Stables and Im
porters aud Dealers iu Live Stock.
Cornwcll, resident of AValluku, Man!.
Shaw A Ienbeig, leiidents of Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
I). PAUL R. ISENBERG,
Wm. H. CORNWELL,
S. I. SHAW.
Honolulu, June 0, 100. 598 2w
Z. C. AJ3LEB, Manager.
Fort Street, : Honolulu.
Aro son prepared to dollyer Ico to any put
of the Qity,
The packing and shipment of country
01 tiers will receive most caieful atten
tion, All of our Ico is manufactured from
Pure Mountain Water, carefully filtered
by the Hyatt Pure Water Co. Filter,
which Is universally acknowledged to
be the best filter made.
PackagcH of Butter, Game, Fish,
Meats, Etc., received for cold storage
in our Rcfiigcratlng Rooms at mode
KiP- Ico for sale at the Factory at any
hour, day or night. 503 lm
E. B.. THOMAS,
KKKl'S VOH SALK
Brlcic, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Marble Dust, "Wire Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Quarry Tiles CxC red, white and blue;
Minion, Plastic and Encaustic Tiles In
various patterns, all kinds of Drainage
lOr Okkick Southeast corner Ala
keu and Queen etieets.
Mutual -lTELEPII0NESter Boll 351
Union loo Oo
THE TgiViPSRAIlGE QUESTION.
Ueport ol Hprc-liit 'ommlftco on
Tcnitrnncp to tlio Tnnrj; Stpn's
C'tirlHtluti AnmjclHllon (il Ituiin
Jetu, Your roinmitleo found it neces
sary, while prop-mug the fonuer re
ports, to examine the reports of the
Chief Justift . and the Minlbtcrs of
rinnncc und no Interior. In doing
so we found i large increase in the
liquor tnil'iio, anil as,a( natural ron
sequenceji large increase in ditink
ettness and crime, Regltinliig with
the year lSS." we found the follow
ing number of gallons of liquors was
"withdrawn from the Customs
IiotxU'tl Warehouse for eonsumn
S hiw Wine Poller Total
giK gsl. gnl'. gnl.
ISfri... 80.110 2l.().12 1I8.!!SI 21!)..'!i.".
ISsJtI... 100,703 .111,501 138.714 2SS.081
1SS7. . 7-I.0I3 71.01". 120,0113 'JT.'l.lOl
ISSS... 08,217 70,17-1 1 1:1.007 2i7,7S3
18S'J... 74.S1U 70,201 100,115 1110,102
Total... I'IS,791 207,01-1 032.97". 1.07!),7i:i
A'rge. 70,7,19 f.0.5S0 i:!il,093 27", 102
Krotn this table it will be seen
that the avciagc consumption of
spirits and spirituous liquois for the
thrccyeats, 1887-'80, fell over 7100
gallons below the aveiage for the
live veats. At the same time the
avcrngo consutnption of "wines"
for 1SS7 8D increased 10,000 gal
lons over the average for the five
years. Theie is also an average in
crease in consumption of beer and
porter of over otfOO gallons for the
Jn short, the consumption of spi
rits has largely decreased, while the
consumption of wines, beer and
porter has largely inci eased. This
is the veiy state of affairs- that the
advocntes of "beer and wine" de
sire. They toll us that drunken
ness and ciinie will decrease when
men drink beer and wine and less
spirits. Unfortunately for the ad
vocates of the use of beer and wine,
the Chief Justice of the kingdom
has given the statistics of the Police
and District Courts. These piove
that drunkenness and ciime have
laigely increased with the increased
use of wine, beer and porter. The
following table shows the number of
"convictions for drunkenness" and
the nationality of those convicted in
GO CJ 3
f f I is
CC JC u I
.1,071 2,08 J, GOO 007
.. 2!1 0 20 17
,. 20 40 72 20
.. V.S0 lHl 281 V4
..1,102 1,153 2,017 203
.. c:n 977 1.007 017
Jt cannot be said that the laige
increase is due to increase popula
tion, because the increase in popula
tion is largely due to immigration
of Japanese, while the statistics show
that they only furnished a little over
1 percent of the convictions for
drunkenness. Moreover the Ha
waiian population which, in the two
years, 1888-8U, decreased JiA- per
cent, still increased its percentage
of convictions for diunkCnncss liy
over 2,"i percent. For the same
period the foreign population in
creased 1!) percent; but its convic
tions for drunkeonne&s inci eased
over 55 per cent.
The following is taken from the
rcpoits of the Police Court of Ho
nolulu, and shows the number of
arresls, convictions, etc., for drunk
Anests. Comic- Fined. Imprls-
1885.... 080 C7r. CGI H
18S(i.... 00C. 001 581 23
18S7.... fe00 707 797 I)
ISSS.... 900 9b7 078 0
18S9.... 1,008 1,000 1,039 1
Total. "j,m 1.1S3 1,070 47
The numbers given for those im
prisoned docs not include those who
were sent to Qahu IVison because
they were unable to paj' the line
imposed by the police magistrate.
From a reference to Hie books of
of tho prison we found that over
500 of those given in tho list above
as "lined"' were sent over to the
prison "to w0rk' out their fine."
Just hero it is worth while quoting
from the report of tho "Doctor of
Oalni Prison" to show the way this
working out of lines is very often
done and the reason: "Many
others, both natives and foreigners,
present unmistakable indications of
constitutions damaged by irregular
living and dissipation, fitaliciscd by
committee especially in the matter
of drink. Home ar.e piysicul
wrecks, from whom it is useless to
expect uny labor. To such, the
prison is simply nn nsylutn where
they have to be fed and cared for
during the whole period for which
they are sentenced." The report of
the Police Court by no means shows
the total number of those who havo
By comparing tho number of
arrests with that of convictions, it
will bo seen that out of 41-11 arrest
ed, In. Honolulu, for drunkenness,
4123 were convicted. This clearly
proves that the police only arrested
those who were so stupidly drunk
that denial of it was impossible. To
tho number of convictions given,
must be added the number of those
vho have been drunk who should
have been arrested and convicted
but who through the sympathy of
the police or friends were put into
carriages and sent home, or were
led hoinq by friends, and those who
got drunk iu their own homo or in
that of friends. It tho law had
reached all these tho total number
of conviotlon's'would have been more
During the Cvo years, 1,870,713
gallons of spirits, wines and malt
liquors havo been withdrawn for
consumption. Taking S5,000 as the
avcrnge population for the. five years,
then the average consumption has
been over 1G gallons for every tnnti,
woman and child in the kingdom.
The amount consumed in 1881)
was 810,102 gallons or 2,418,29G
pints, or an average consutnption of
over 29 pints for every inhabitant.
A glanco at the table giving the
tfationnlltics of those convicted,
shows that of tho total 4000 con
victions for drunkenness in the four
years, 2G17 wetc Hawaiians and
1G07 vveie foicigners (not including
Chinese, Japanese and Portuguese).
In other wouls the llawniinns,Amcr
ienns, English, Germans, French,
etc., furnished ocr 01 percent of
those, convicted for drunkenness.
The Hawaiians alone furnished over
."ifl percent, and the foreigners men
tioned 35 percent. The estimate of
population as given in Thrum's an
nual shows that in 18S9 there were
42,500 Huwaiiuns, and 10,150 for
eigners. IL is a fair inferenco that
the "2,G50 Hawaiians and foieigncra
consumed by far the larger putt of
the 1110,102 gallons for 1881!. Cer
tain it is that 57 percent of the
population furnished over 91 pel cent
of the convictions for drunkenness.
The lliiatieial sitleof the liquor ttafllc
should be considered. It is impos
sible to obtain exact figures because
the diffeicnt departmental leports
on this subject aic not exact or
From the report of the Collector
of Customs we obtained the follow
in" : For the five years 1885-S9. the
total value of "spirits, ale, porter,
beer, wine, etc., paying duty," was
overS52S,000 00; the value of the
spirits, ale, porter, beer, wine, etc.,
entered in bond was over 8(100,000
00. The most of tho bonded liquors
represented by the 000,000 00
was withdrawn for consumption.
This i3 shown by the fact that of the
398,791 gallons of spirits given as
"withdrawn from the warehouse for
consumption," only 28,458 11
worth is given in the table as "spi
rits paying duty" wbilo in the table
of bonded goods, we find 8119,341.
87 worth of spirits. This shows
that the most of the 398,794 gallons
of spirits were bonded and hence
did not pay dut' until withdrawn
for consumption. The import du
ties on spirits, wines, beer, etc., for
the five years amounted to 1,278,
130.04. To these items must be
added about 130,000 paid in license
fees. We are unable to estimate
the cost of insurance, freight, hand
ling, and sale of the liquors consum
ed in the five years, but it is certain
that if wc could get the figures il
would greatly increase the sums al
ready given. Without these items,
wc have as a first cost ovor 2,500,
000.00 spent for liquors. It i3 not
the liquor dealer who pays this, it is
the people who pay it through the
liquor dealer, after ho has deducted
his large profits. The prices of
liquors in Honolulu are very high.
Taking n very low average selling
price, the drink bill of this .country
for the hist five years was over G,-
000,00o, or a the rate of 70 for
every inhabitant. At the same low
price, tho liquor traffic cost the
country over 1,3G0,000 last year.
That is at the rate of 1G for every
man, woman and child.
When to this is added the just
proportion of the cost to which the
country is put by the liquor busi
ness in the items of police protec
tion, and courts, etc., the amount is
immensely increased. By a refer
ence to the reports of the Chief Jus
tice it will be found that the convic
tions for "drunkenness," "liquor
selling," "violations of liquor laws"
all of which are direct results
and "assaults," "assaults and bat
teries," etc., most of which can bo
traced to the use of spit its, make up
more than 50 per cent, of thQ total
convictions for crime. Then it is
fair that half the cost of arresting,
convicting and taking care of, crimin
als should be charged against the
liquor traflic. It is very evident
then that the country pays much
moie to vindicate its laws, violat
ed through this business, than
it receives from this tralllc which it
licenses to debauch its citizens. It
is not the rich who suffer, it is the
laborer, the mechanic. The rich
man when he gets drunk Is sent
home in a carriage. It is not the
rich man who has to stand up in the
police court and plend guilty to be
ing drunk. It is the labeling man,
the man who has to cam his living
by daily toil, who is condemned for
being' drunk. It is ho who has to
go over to Oalm Prison and work
out his fine, after he 1ms spent his
last cent iu the saloon and finds that
the man who took his money is un
willing to pay his Hue. It is Ibis
class that furnishes by far tho
greater part of 1300 men and wo
men condemned yearly for being
drunk. It is the workman's homo
that buffers after ho has spent most
of his earnings over the bar. Yet
in the face of all this, that govern
ment statistics provo to bo a fact;
tho effort is being made to increase
tho facilities which this tralllc now
has for doing mischief. More beer
and wine shops are asked for which
means when stripped of the plausi
ble arguments in which Us advo
cates clothe it that more places aro
to bo opened where men can be
made drunk and then turned looso
on tho community. It means an in
ci ease in drunkenness, an increaso
in crime, an increaso in tho cost of
pollco protection, and coui ts. Every
saloon now open, or to be opened,
means that tho community puts its
hand into its pocket ptvys for ttio
liquor, its handling, the duties im
posed, the living and wages of tho
liquor dealers nnd their employees,
(and then to lcdccm its good
uamol) fools tho bill for nil the mis
chief done. No not all. The peo
ple of the Hawaiian Islands cannot
pay for the boys oven school boys 1
aim young men wuo aro learning
drinking habits by beginning with
wine and beer. They cannot pny
for tlio manhood und reputation of
the drunkards who arc drifting about
our streets mere hulks of humanity,
brought to that condition too by this
business that is asking for "liberty"
to make more, This country can
never pay for tho li"es of those men
who, within a year, in this city, came
to a terrible death through the liquor
It is high time that all those who
have any inteicst whatsoever in hu
manity or this country, bestir them
selves. Assuredly no man in the
Legislature, or out of it, can show
hl3 hiininnily and patriotism in a
better way than by doing all he can
to stamp out this Iratllp which under
the piotecliou of law is doing so
much to ruin this country and its
people. Whenever anything is said
or done in order to restilet tho
liquor business, tho cry is raised
you are attacking "our personal
That to many sounds very plau
sible ; but the government statistics
piove that even under the picsent
"rcstiictions" the trafllo causes nn
immense amount of mischief and
ciime. What would it do then if il
had moie liberty V
iins "personal liberty ' cry 03
far as it applies to the liquor busi
ness means, the liberty under the
protection of a license to rob the
country (chiefly the mechanics and
laborers) of its money; liberty,
to debauch its people with drink:
liberty, to fill the calendar of its
courts with crimes, and its jails and
prison with criminals.
Pacific Hardware Co., L'i
B, F. rilUngham, Iroeiaenti J. Q. Bpenecr,
Manageri T. L. Winter, Treaeunr.
Till! VUKY LATES1 IN
Piano Lamps, Banquet Lamps,
Hall Lainpa & Chandeliers,
Just Received from the Factory.
A New Line of "Refrigerators,
A Full Line of the Favorite
Eddy's Refrigerator's and Ice eiiscts,
Dkstos's Bnwa & I'llea; New Llnss of Locks,
Planet, Jr., Cultivators.
Pictures Frames & Mouldings.
Paeiflc Hardware Co., I'd.
Fort & Merchant sts.
Ready Reference & Directory.
Ilclng a carefully Compiled Ri glster
of Volets for Nobles In the DUtiiot of
Honolulu. Cone. lining the names, oc
cupations and disttict and piecluctiesl
deuces of 1,700 voteis, having In
comes of over &C00 per annum.
&" Orders may be left at the Ila
wallnn News Oo. 588 tf
irlrs. M. J. RAMOS
At A, L. Health's, TJpsts'.ra,
7h-ro the Be:t, th) Noute3t and tin
Photographic Plctuies nnd Residence
Views ait! taken. Entire satisfaction
given, and all oider-spioinptly attended
J6S7A 1 espeetf ul Invitation Is sent out
to tho ladles to call and seo for them
selvps. 680 lm
Powell's Baggage .Express.
J AS. POWELL, formerly employed
at Union Feed Oo. for several
years, having gouo Into flic baggago
cxpicss business, solicits pntiouago.
Stand, corner of King and fleihol
streets. Orders can he left at Young
Nap's cigar stand. Ihiggago dellveietl
with promptness and cine to nnv part
of city. juue 7-00
FOlt SAL.13 CHEAP
A COMPLETE outnt for making and.
dlspenslns earbounted beverauts
all in good order.
ALL claims against tho "Honolulu
Dairy" to Juno 1, ISOO, must bo
left nt tho ofllcu of J, A. Mngoou within
20 days from date. Messrs. Howott &
Jacobscn aic authorized to collect all
bills duo tho ''Honolulu Dairy" fiom
May 1, 1800.
J. I. DOWSETT, Jn.,
Honolulu. Juno 14,1690. spp tf
out Mr. W, II.
JUL Past) lu tho "Honolulu Uarrlairo
Muiiufactory," nt 123 Fort strict, 1 am
prepared to continuu tho above business
undor the old name of Honolulu Car.
rlnge Manufactory, nnd being an old
esperlonced carrlngo buildtr I solicit
tho nntronago of my old friends and the
pubiio in general, and with my thorough
knowledge of the business and with ex
perienced workmen and using only the
beat material 1 guarantee genoral sati3
faction. Please call nnd fleo me beforo
(Blgned)i GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu, Oct, 23, R8U, ' 801 tf
JTJSX tX20JffiXV.E)D !
Ex, Wm. U. Dlmond,
O O A L O I L
OF HIGH TEST.
LEWIS & CO.
Imported Direct fiom Havana.
C. O. BERG
r, 17 2m
On MONDAY, July 21st,
There will he sold at Public Auction,
at KnhiUuui, Maul,
100 Hflafl Gewi & Culm
MORE or LES3.
car a good
opportunity to procure
HSWETT & JACOBSEN,
Accountants, Collectors, Ootamlistob. Agents acd
Oustcra Houlo Erokers.
Are at all tlmei prepared to pur
form any du-u'tptton of tlt-iical Woik,
such as Auditing At counts, Posting up
Tradesmen's Books, MaUInc Invmtorirs
of Stock, Kngrossing Legal Documents,
Etc. Competent "and Reliable Fieighi
Clerks for the deli very aud lalhitig'of
ESfOfOce at FIustace & Boheutson's,
Queen street Posi Olllce Box 183. ilu
tuul Telephone If; Bell Telephone 414
a? Our New Aitotypo niustratod
Catalogue sentfico oa application.
118 SOLTEK T,
San I'rniictat'o. : : California
THE undei signed havo sold out the
diy goods buslitcss heretofore car
ried ou by them 11c No. 07 & 69 Hotel
street, to Mr. A.'G, Sllva who will con
duct the business on his own account
from and after this dato.
M. A. GONSALVES & CO.
Honolulu, Mny 21, 1890. 583 tf
Furnished House To Let
A T Walkilcl, a tjvo story
Houto. containing fix
rooms nicely furnished, with
kbcbcu, lunai, Imtli nnd nervmuM rooms,
ntihle, cti , to let tor a few months at a
roisonable rate. Or rooms will be let
stiffly with irnod table board.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Vuhmblo 'Property For Sale
jm nuuanu Avonuo. a
newly furnlxhed 2-storv
liniitu containing s rooms,
kitchen, bathroom, tloseu, carriage
house, stable, henery, etr. Uiounus
contain 2 210 acres, wall laid out In
lawn', ehailo and fruit (reus, Mowers,
etc, Will be sold low, with or without
furnlturo, hoifeu, carriage, live stock,
and all tho uppoinimouW needed in a
nidi-chiBS rosiilenco, 11s tho owner In.
leniKlenvlng thefo Islands.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
''pilE best icmcdy for
1 wouuttJ, ulcers,
galls, in oud flesh aud
soicBOf every descrln-
S-J??---- tlon to persons or ani
mals. Adopted by leading hoise rail
road, club and livery stablea, etc., lu
the United States und clsuwheio. Wo
aro prepared to 1 iovo this statement by
testimonials aud references to planters
nnd liverymen in this Kingdom,
'HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
A LARGE assortment of Photographs
and Stereoscopic Views of the
most attractive scenery, buildings, etc.,
In thesu islands, for salo at reasonable
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Corner Fort aud Merchant streets.
HAIiERolTH & HELD,
&i ItM v5vrm ST
m tiCTiM iiV-.iJ,itil
m W A L 3 ' 0w AaJ! LTj Li mm
Oceanic stiamui Cora'y.
From San Francisco.
I.cnvo Duo nt
S. V. Honolulu
Maripofa July 0. . . . Aug 2
Zenlandln .Aug 23. . . . Aug .10
Alnmedu Sept 20 Sept 27
Maripon Oct 18 Oct 25
Zcnlandln.. ...... Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Dec 13 Dec 20
For San Francisco.
Lenvo Duo 11 1
, Sydney Honolulu
Zcalandia July !). ..July 20
Alameda Aug 0.. ..Aug 23
Maiiposa Sept 3 Sept 20
Zealunilia Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 29. . . . Nov 15
MaripoMi Nov 2G . . . .Doc 13
Zcalandia Dec 24.... Jan 10
Intermediate S. 5. Australia.
Friday . .
Friday . .
. . Aug 3
. . Aug 29
. . Sept 20
. . . Oct 24
.. Nov 21
. ..Dec 18
nn 1 1
J uow mid duo Al ?teel Ktonmuhi
Of theOccnnieSicamvblpCi.tnp.uiV, wilt
bo due at Honolulu 110111 Kvdney
and Auckland on t.r about
July 26, 1090.
And will leave for tho r. bo vo porrSvith
mulls aud passengers on or about that
orl?.K?l,Jior PM'aRPi having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. ISWIN & CO.. Aeenta.
For Sydney and Auckland.
Of the Oceanic Steninship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
2, 3 890.
And will have prompt dipatch with
malls and passengers for the nbove ports.
J9'J!,ru'8ut or Passage, having SU
PEltlOK ACCOMMODATIONS, appl,
37 WM. G. IRWIK & CO.. Aconts
Gustav A, Schuxnan
Carriage Trimmer. '
79 & 81 : : King Sheet.
At W. Wright & Son'a.
Raving iccclvcd a full assortment of
f'arrinn.e Trimming Mnleiiala from tho
East, 1 am preo.ired toexecutc'nll orders
with neatness and despatch at very rcn.
G. A. SOHUMAN.
Hawaiian Lime 1
83 50 1T.R nAKItKL.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D,
toolo Agents. tf
A NATURAL Mineral Water. For
sale only by
W. S. LUCE,
Splo Agent & Importer for tho lin
1 wailau Islands. 503 g
Corcsr KJtg & Settiel Streets,
Has just hnpoi ted some new stylo
Manila & Havana Cigars,
Olgaiotto & Cnolco Tobaccos,
iorsaio. Also. Cold Diluks. r,77o
Manufacturer of Lidics
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
BKIK BIIEOS MAPE TO OIUIEII.
PecKoU op Houctl; nloo, Hatttllcu.
83 Nuuanu St., : : : p. o. Rox 203
GOO KIM & CO.,
No, 59 Nuuanu St., Honolulu,
And denler3 lu all kinds of
CatMliuereH nntl Furnlnlilur OaodH,
AlHo,nfnll stoeK of DrynudFnucy
Goods. Good Ut guaranteed. 647 8m
CHANGE of RESIDENCE,
Has removed from Fort r.rcct to Ro.
hollo Lane, Pulp ,m.
Office Hoonas 0 a. m, to 12 u'. ard
1 v. M.toOp m,
Mutual G0B-JTELEPII0NESSTr:oll 475
I FIREWOOD for tao at Hawaiian
Commercial Salesrooms, cornir of
Quocn and Nuuanu etrceuj. 4(8 tf
no now and tine Al
ft a rc m
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