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THURSDAY, JUIiY 17, 18M0.
OAHU RAILWAW &LAHD CO.'S
Til Tnltc r,!l-r .Inly t. 1MIIO.
1 : ir,
ll It M S Aeoiu, Gen N A Pollaid, foun
Slinv Wiilmannlo for Wui.in.m mill
Will lion ! a ill
KihrLlhnlllio tor Kloeto
Solir Ktiwiillimi for ICoolau
Solir Haleiikalu for Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slmr 0 11 lhshop for WatnniH', Walnlna
ami Konlim at t) a in
Am bigtiio W G Irwtn. Meful oeli, for
San ri.mois.eo at 12 m
Fiom Wa'alua and Wni.miiu per Ptmr
CR Ill-mop, .Inly 17-11 It II Piliioe-s
Lil'mokaliiui, llim J O Domini-:, Pay
master.! Corvvln, U S X, and Mis Cui
vvln, ami 18 (look.
Claims, lltll I iy
rcfclvrd 111 mi-
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr UK ISighnpUI!) !);-! lley, tObiurs
tiee In. in, ami ll'JSIi.iirs piultly tioiu
'Mil -ehonuer Iliiieakala tool. SO Inns
coil for ICtilililill tills afli'iiioou
The. Ficnuli llailiip Diiliouulii'ii lln-
Mll'll ICCl'lvmlillM IOIIS Oll.ll to-il.iv.
Thi' steamer W O Hall is due to
moritiw afternoon. ,
This Aiiii'iIlmii liiiiiiitini) V (1 Iiwhi,
CiptaltiJKMfCiilltii.il, wllPMu.ivo to
liioiiow at noon for hull I'l.inoisro.
II It M S Aooin. Commander Pollard,
lolmued today f i oni a gnu piacticu
'i nlc in omul lliu wlndw.inl Mauds,
blii' K ntooiod at lii'i fiiiiui'i aiichniage.
Aeioiilhur. to The Wave t ho PSS
Thetis, 11 It M SNwnph, mid the liiit
Lh Ihigship Wiuspfle .iif ilui hoic.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A nnKii.i: hoise lot (hiving in a
buggy ih wanted.
Tun Y. M. Oi A. monthly mi-cling
will bu huld th'tH cMiniiijr.
Kr. Andrew's l'tioiy Si'hnol will
li.nu closing ooicit-L's no.t jMond.iy.
Co. A, Honolulu lillih, will li.uo
el l ill and an impoitant meeting this
Tin: houpi'holtl furnituii' of Mr.
Elnlii'h will bo told bv Mi. Li'M'y on
A lsox cnnl.iininy ooiei'
found on the Hticot, o.m In
the ownoi at this ollice.
Messiih. LiulwiKbun and Oion will
opi'ii ii candy and cigar blorc at l!0
Hotel Kticut, on Satuiday next.
Tin: upper proscenium boxes in
the Open House li.ive been opened
and mo being Titled for occupancy.
A mail for Tahiti by the blench
Fhnjuhip Duboiiidieu will close at
the Post 01IU'i, ut 4 o'clock, Fi idny
Tun public will please take notice
of the important changes ninth: in
the time table of the O.ihu TJailway,
to be found at the head of our ship
H. IX. II. Puinci:kh I.iliuol.-alani,
accompanied by Mis.s Henry, also
Admiral Uiown, woio among the
visitors to the teachein' convention
Tun ladies who mo woiking for a
new Kailois' Home will give n sup
per at Queen Emma Hull next
Thuis'diiy evening, piocceda to ho
for the benefit of the new Home.
In the window of the Pacific Haid
ware Co., in a puHtcl poi trait of Col.
(Jlutis Sprcckels, the woik of Mr..
Eva Johnson, anil at William'H ait
gulleiy is u pastel jiiutuio of the Ve
nician Hwimming teacher, by the
sum i; ui list.
Hi'Vi'iily-fouf SIiiHlrlniiH Will I'luy
ToKfllier lit I lie Hotel ;i'uiiikIh.
This evening there will he a com
bined band concert in the grounds
of the Hawaiian Hotel, commencing
at 7 :i!0 o'clock. It will he given by
the U. S. F. S. Charleston baud, the
French F. ii. Dubotirdteu baud, ami
the Royal Hawaiian baud. Each
band plays two pieces, and then the
three play together, in all seventy
four musicians. Following is the
(a) Itoynl Hawaiian Itauil.
Ovei lure La Muettti. Auber
Khule Lohengi in Wagner
(b) U.S. F. S. CliuilCfttnn lliiml.
Selection Noi ma Ilelllnl
M eilluy I'laiitatloii Bongs. . ..Quintet no
() KiencliF.8. Diihoiuillcii ltiiml.
Oi ei tine Poet mill Peasant Httppn
Fantasia I.a Xul t .Menu
Coinhhieil Iliuuls Koveiity-four Musl
cluus. Maich The Volunteeis ,.Metra
Oi ei tin d Ft a Hlavolo , . . Auber
WalU Gypy ll.iion, .Stiaum
The blur Spangled ll.iuiier.
J 111 wall Poiinl.
The House opened at
Hep. Luuas, on siistiension of the
rule's, read a petition from T.
H-iwIliis, coiiiplninlng of d.itntige
done to his prupeily at Leleo, by
thu (iovorniiiunt loweiiii! the giade
on King sticel. and asking for a
grant of Si,l!l'J.')0 to cover his loss.
Hefened to a select committee.
Hep. lCultui vead a petition ft mil
Hanalpi, Kauai, asking SHl.tKK) for
a hiidge at that place, S-'oO for a
scow over the stream nl Kaliltikai,
S(I8() for an Knglish school lioii3e at
Kaliltikai, and that the tax on vehi
cles using the ferry be i evoked.
Public lands committee.
Also, from the same place, a peti
tion asking for 1800 for mad from
Kaluahuioha to Wainiha, S'200 for a
bridge at Wainiha, and SiloDO lor a
bridge at Muliwai on the I.umeliai
slieam. Public lauds commit toe.
Alto, ft om llio same plsee, that
Hid 1'iesidont of the Itoaid ol
Health receive no salary, that the
Assessor-General of the Island he
icmoveil, that prison inspeetois le
ceivo. no ay, and that any new
Governuient olllccis seivo without
pay. Judiciary committee.
Also, from the same place, that
the salary of the King be ledticed
to S 10,000, that Ministers' salaties
be $10,000 each, that the salaries of
Government clerks be ledticed, that
this Chief Justice receive $10,000
and Associates 8000, and that Hie
Legislature will notappioprtatu more
money than the estimated income of
the kingdom. Fin.mce commit too.
Hep. ICainai presented the follow
ing petitions. Fioni Kipuhulu, that
none but llio-o Inning licenses be
allowed to slaughter beef, and that
none hut licensed dealers bo allowed
to sell salt beef. Judiciaty com
mittee. Fiom Haimikualoa, that
people having no chihlieu pa' no
taxes. Judiciary committee. That
bad places in load.s near plantations
be repaired by the plantations.
Tabled. Fiom "llonoula, for $200
for a road fiom Makena lauding to
Keoneoio. Public lands committee.
That no pension be gi anted any
body. Tabled. That the Cabinet
consist of two foreigneis and two
Hawaiians. Tabled. That the pott
of Iluelo be opened to the public.
Public lands committee. '
Hep. Maiqucs read repot Is of the
public lands committee on a large
number of petitions and matters re
ferred to it. The committee recom
mended vaiious dispositions of the
subjects, and a majotily made
elaboiale suggestions relative to the
Honolulu market. This was tabled
1o await the minoiity lcpoit.
Minister Cummins announced that
Ilia Majesty had been pleased to
approve the following Acts :
An Act to transfer the care and
custody ot prisoners fiom the In
terior Dcpartmentto the Department
of the Attorney-General.
An Act to prevent plant diseases
and insect pests.
Minister Spencer reported on Hie
resolution icferred to him, which
appropriated "210 to James Auld,
guard at Aliiolani Hale. That per
son had been paid $10 a month ac
cording to agreement, and there was
a balance ot $210 from the appro
priation. Hep. Paehaole could not see how
Auld could claim the balance, and
moved the leply be laid on the table.
Minister Spencer also returned a
list of mail carriers, etc., in accord
ance with request of Hep. Wnipui
lani. It was ordered to be piinted.
11V TUP. CIIAllt.
The President read a communica
tion from the President of the Hoard
of Education, inviting members to
inspect specimens of work fiom
different schools of the Kingdom, on
exhibition at Fort street school.
The President appointed the fol
lowing committee on T. W. Hawlins'
petition: Hep. Lucas, Nobles Uei-
ger, Pita, Walbiidgu, Hep. AVuipni
Hep. Nawahi moved that the edu
cation committee ask the Piesident
of the Hoard of Education for re
plies to the following questions:
lias the Hoard of Education an
agent at Sun Francisco or elsewhere
for the purpose of employing school
teachers? If bo, what is his salary?
Is there agreement with such teach
ers before they conic as to what
their salaiics will lie? For how long
ure such teachers engaged at the
salaries agreed on? How many
teachers have been engaged under
contract by tiio Hoard?
Noblo AVidemann moved that a
committee of three one fiom the
Island of Hawaii, one from the
Island of Maui, and one from the
Island of Kauai lie approinted
to confer with the Postmaster-Genet
al and the two steamship com
panies here, to see whether any
belter arrangements can bo made in
vegnid to the :u rival hero of the
outgoing foreign mails.
The lesolution was discussed by
the mover, Heps. Hickard and Ku
waiti, and Noblo Pailcer, and adopt
ed, Tho President appointed, us
the committee, Nobles J. M. Hor
ner, Haldwin, and G. N. Wilcox.
Noble Widcmiiuu moved thntttieir
Kxcelluiicics tho Ministers infotni
Hid Iloilft! wlml
Whom, ItnVi1 hpi'ii
swop to their lulo
OUlll.lt OK Till: MY.
Second reading of a bill In change
the soil of the Third .Judicial Cir
cuit fiom Waimea to Not th Kohala.
Hop. Kickaid opposed the bill and
moved its indellnilc postponement.
Hop. Hi own supported the motion.
Tliu inleiost of the whole ilisttict
should be consulted. Although ac
commodations were not the best nt
Waimen, members of the bar could
manage to got tolerable entertain
Hop. Wiiipttiliinl wauled the bill
In pass. Ilo spoke of Hie dillleul
ties of travel to Waimea from both
Hilo and Kona. The Waiu.ei peo
ple had a bad habit of stealing'
horses and hitching topes. People
going to Kohala arc lauded at Mh
hukona by steamer ond are canied
tho ropt of the way by rail.
Noble Marsdon spoke of the
sitpeiior triveling facilities for get
ting to Kohala over those to Wai
iiioi, and moved the hill be leferiod
to a committee.
Hep. K'lhnokano niovoil the House
take recess till 1 :.'!(). Carried al 12
THE TEACiiEKS' CONVENTION.
After mil call, a resolution was
adopted on motion of Mr. G. (J.
Kunyon, to appoint a committee on
I ('solutions. The Vice-President
named a committee of nine, but
withdrew it with an intimation that
it would be announced later.
Tho Inspector-General requested
all who may have questions to ask
beaiing on any lesson in piogiess to
put them in writing and puss tliem
in to the seetetaty niul the instructor
would endeavor to answer at the
close of the lesson or otherwise us
may be piacttcable. Miss Coutsen
pictaced a lesson on the teaching of
uniting to dots of live ycais of age
and under, with a In ief essay on
syitems. No system, however good,
can be manipulated with unvarying
results by every teacher. The great
facts utulei lying llic Eticcessful ap
plication oi any system are care and
haul work. Miss Courscn proceed
ed to exhibit lier'fnclhod of initiat
ing pupils in leading and wtiting.
The modus opetandi was well illus
tialcd on the blackboaid, and mani
festly possessed the qualities of be
ing both philosophical and practical.
Mr. Moore came in next with a
continuation of his former subject,
"Higher Atilhmelic." This time,
the teaching of decimals was dis
cussed. An example: "What would
2I pounds of sugar cost, at $.12.") a
pound?" had-nol piocecded far in
the process ot solution when it was
inleriupted by an interrogation oc
casioned by the appeaiauccon the
board of what a lawyer would call
"new matter." This led to sonic
thing ot a disputation in which sev
eral poisons took pait, but which
was closed by the instructor "drop
ping a tear on the woik and wiping
it out foicver."
The next number on the pio
grammc was a continuation of the
lessons commenced on Monday by
Mr. Gibson on "Heading and CJues-tioniii-"
The subject was taken
up by the Inspector-General who
laid down a course of procedure for
conducting reading lessons, consist
ing of: (1) vocalization of new
wouls: (2) phonic drill; (3) spell
ing by letteis; (1) explanation of
new words ; (o) reading with proper
emphasis; (fi) punctuation minks;
(7) copying lessons from book; (S)
dictation; (0) language lessons;
(10) picture lesson; (11) composi
tion; (12) language lessons.
Miss Deyo followed with a pretty
full discussion of primary arithmetic
and how to obtain l ostitis in num
bers, especially from pupils in the
primary stages of English. The
lesson was profusely illustrated on
the boards about the room by sev
eral volunteer artists, showing up
cats, hats, dogs, houses, Hags,
shoes, fishes, and other objects in
threes, twos, ones, fives, etc.
Rev. J. H. Alexander came in and
filled up a half hour very pleasantly
with the dulcet sounds of tonic-sol-
Members of the convention were
informed that Mr. Gonsalves had
proposed to photograph the body in
a group and that ho would appear
on the premises for that purpose on
An iuvitation was given from Hon.
C. It. Hishop, President of thu
Hoard ol Education, to all the teach
ers present to meet him at the Rail
way Depot on Saturday morning at
ten o'clock, for an excursion over
the line of the (J. H. and L. Co., to
ictuiii to Munana to lunch and
thence buck to town.
The Vico-Piesident named the
following committee of sixteen on
G. C. Kenyon, J. II. Van Gicsen,
R. Amalii, J. Uuca, Rev. A. Mack
intosh, Miss Hrickwood, Mrs. Hus
Rey, II. Z. Austin, H. Kahoopai, J.
K. Huikctl, T. Aiu, Mrs. H. M.
Overend, Mrs. Auialu, G. Kauhl,
Miss Corncy, 1). 11. Kahaulelio.
The session lliioughout consisted
of exercises similar to those of the
afternoon of the two preceding days,
but carried a stage further forward.
Tho Inspector-General oponcd llie
meeting with a few remarks explan
atory of the conditions and objects
of thu coming examination. The
Hoard of Education in nrdciing
these examinations huvo no dcsiiu
10 throw ttily lonelier out. One ob
ject In view is to place the tcacltrts
on n higher pittite of scholarship
find thus to secure for thorn the bet
ter tespect of the community.
Mr. Scott) Mrs. Ovoicnd and Mr.
Aninlit woe appointed a committee
to attend any nicinbeisof the Legis
lator who may bo pleased to visit
the looms, how them round mid ex
plain if nerd be the exhibits of
school work on view.
Mr. Mooro look up Arithmetic
and proceeded lo answer questions
tabled yostctday. The lli'il question
related 10 the teaching of rotation
including luTeinialsi Tho question
was aiiswoted partly with a icpro
ductioii on the blackboaid of the ta
bulated form printed hi the first
pages of oveiy arithmetic book pub
lished since the time of Cadmus,
and partly witli a heterogeneous se
ries of discouriivo comments and
exhortations. "If you loam that
and then study it "put fectly, llicte
will bu no dillicttlty in pointing
Ilium off" was one of the gents of
the loctutc. The lecturer then pio
cecded with peiconlage, anil tho
best method ot leaching this rule
was supposed lo bo set foith. The
teacher who attempts lo follow the
model placed b'foie him will surely
win his spurs as an educator of the
class of academecintts described by
I'urns: "lltcy gang in slots and
come out aascs."
1 ho next number on llie pro
gramme was an address by Rev.
Alexander Mackintosh. The Rev.
leetuior after a huinoious prolaco
icl.iting the uiatinei in which this
duly happened lo bo laid upon him,
said lie came lo this country in com
pany with, .the present luspootor
Gcneral. Hofore leaving home he
had got a rather qiierr idea of the
outfit required for the occasion. He
had offered a brother who was go
ing to Paris all hin good clothes, as
he himself was going to wheie the
outfit would be that of a backwoods
man. Lauding in Honolulu ho was
met with an invitation lo a swell
party upon which ho was delighted
to discover that his bt other hadn't
taken his best coat. Ho was pack
ed off to Lnhainu and domiciled in a
building of very cuide architecture
and in a bad state of lopair. His
idea ot the work, that would be ex
pected of him at that place was that
lie should have to recast the ideas
of his pupils on religious subjects;
hut he was lather sui prised to find
the boys well up in bible know lcdi;e,
knowing it from end to end. He
soon found that the boys know
something he did not, as he
heard liieni speaking a strange
language on the playgiound.
lie applied Himself to the acqutsi
L. J. I.r.VKY,
llAitin r.i'i i., t bruit
Vt. Dixii u. :
i: K. Maviii.w.
Pitoi't urn s.
TiToli Oily Curt
Saturday Evening, July 10(1),
I'll st plOilllctinti of the fJlo.'it A moll -c.iu
K5) llv pillltcillu'loniii'st, ii'P.ItANI)
MATUs'HUulll ho ghen on TIIL'U.S
I)AY AITFJlKOONiil SMIll o'clock,
when will be pifOnlotl. In lime Acts;
"Peek's JSad Boy."
iiOi, Is.ili'oiiy, Adiili '
: Hit as Circle
f'K- I'l.in for
night of the s. li
the olllte of L.J,
i ('"civ oil "eats for any
on can he teemed n't
Lever, cor. I oil anil
NOW IS THE TIME 1
o - -
ft EO e. on n t a n
1 pippfiiiiTahiPB itP flQiirasifp
"Mir Block," H.tcl Bt. nevr Fort.
I l)0;r to
public that I
Society of the United States,
Arc now selling their Donds, and upon ctsy terms. The additional fon
tme of Insurance goes with evety Hond.
The following aic a few of tiic many attractive forms offered by thia
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTCCD FOrt LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED PREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, Its payments prompt and curtain, and its
(From thfXcifl Tor; 6'm, April It,, 18'JO.)
Tho L:tr,i(il Hhswiohs Evor TrmiHiiclud by si J t Vs Assur
Tho now business of the lCquilablo Life Assurance Society of New
Y'oik for the flist quailor ot ,lhe present year is reported to exceed Firrv
Mn.i.iov Dot.t.Aits. This is at tho rate of two hundred millions of msur
(incrj'or tho 'cur, am! is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
BSy-lufoiuialion chcoi fully furnished to any who will write lo or call
upon the undersigned at his oillce.
ALEX. 3. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-l-Ut)
e lo Oali Your Attention To
AT A UAnOAlJNT.
AUo. a complete :ioi tinenl of llrM
cl iss stock ot
Heloetotl pcrsoinilly of the bust faolnilo-.
in lliu Ku-,toi ii .Stales. litli: Im
k. feSw 'FJEC1STERED A .
For Lubiicating tko Valves and Cylinders of Steam Engines.
tion of the laugungc. On one oc
casion when in Honolulu, he went
to tho Niiuanu pali and was an all
admiring visitor, but his companion
seemed to look at the scene with in
difference, a circumstance that he
accounted for by saying that the
pali scenery was nothing to a fel
low only two years in the country
and able to speak the language.
After some time spent in Lahaina,
he came lo Honolulu and started a
piivate class, but was soon called to
take charge of the Iloyal School.
He had made it a fundamental prin
ciple in Ids teaching that man is a
thinking animal and had always liied
lo impress upon his pupils tho im
portance of utili.ing in real life tho
knowledge gained in the school
room. The native Hawaiians need
to be treated differently from for
eigners. They arc to be treated
with indulgence. They cannot be
coerced, lie had not in fifteen
yeuis, administeicd corporal punish
ment. A great deal has been heard
about the folly of educating the
Hawaiian, coupled with the solemn
dictum that tic nilivc must go lo
the wall; butitthcic is one thing
fixed in his (the speaker's) mind
more than any other, it is that the
native must xor go to the wall.
After four or live years' labor in the
Royal School a merchant asked him
for a boy qualified for set vice in his
oillce. The boy nominated by him
got the situation, and since that
time over 200 boys have been placed
in situations which the' are filling in
a highly creditable manner, lie
had been in the habit of keeping
an eye on the boys graduated from
the Royal School lo situations, and
when occasion required coming lo
their assistance with useful advice
and otherwise. The native Ha
waiians arc a people for whom it is
a pleasure to be able to do anything.
They have their faults, no doubt,
but their faults are in many res
pects duly equal to some of our vir
tues. He had seven of his boys to
dinner ono day recently, and the
ladles of the house said that seven
more gentlemanly fellows never sat
down to table. Ho had always
brought his boys up in tenuis of a
mutual friendship that was invaria
bly continued in a very agreeable
manner after the boys left as well
as when they were in the school.
He believed in teaching boys that
sort of politics that informs them of
their duties and responsibilities of
worthy citizenship. Somu people
wiy that every Hawaiian boy wants
to be a lawyer, but it might as well
be said that all while men arc mud
because some of them are in the
lunatic asylum. The Hawaiian is
capable of taking creditable posi
tions in tho different avocations of
social life and it is the putt of tho
teacheis present to direct their edu
cation in the manner best calculat
ed to 111 them fur the duties before
Studio, No. 27 AlaUon Slroot.
Foimeily of New Voik, would Infoim
the public th.it lie i-, piop.iictl lo till
nil oitlois for P.istel-, Oil, Water (Johns
and Iiidl.iluUroi traits.
V Samples of work 0.111 he seen
Studio ami Hamilton House l'.nloi.-j.
VALVOLINT: is an c.iilh oil specially prepared under the highest Fleam
heat and fit.in which all volatile and eni thy matter b.is boon expelled by a
ptoeess which leaves a pmo and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolls and keeps the oyliudei and p'iston packing peifoctly clean. This
was tho lirt Mineial Oil introduced for steam cylindcis and has been in con
stant use over eighteen ye.tis.
&F"Wo also manufacture Supeiior Machine and Spindlo Oils for all
classes of nmchiuoiy.
Leonard &: 3ETJlli,
HONOLTJLTJ IRON WORKS CO., Solo Agonts. 0013m
SPECIAL NOTICE !
A Cure for Influenza !
n. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERHY COR
UIAL. ono of the bc-t lumcilies
ever piepaietl for coughs, asthma, lung
anil clicst tioulile, and a great leliuf to
whooping cough and tlno.it affection.
Ask for Or. Lonii's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
And HHX-sU.V, SMITH A: CO'.S.
T lliiil your "Ulieuy C0nli.1l" the liut
nioiliehie we have ever tisetl fov cousin-,
colds and hing tiuublc. All of our Na
tives, I'oilugiioso, Chinese ami. T.ipnucsi!
will iwe 110 oilier. I ii'i) nothing else hi
inv own family. Yours liulv,
(J. A. CIIAIMX,
Manager Kohal.i biig-ir Co.
Owing: to a Chanirc in the Firm
Ki PS f?a n rra
Will Take Plttoe at the
We have sold a huge quantity of your
"Cheny C011II11I" at our plantation
Ftore, both ut Kealla ami Kapua, and
e.in elieoifiillv lecomiii.iiid Ir forhliin
Veiy ici-pectfullv yoiiif.
111.0 u! fa mem Li).
lin.'i tf Tie.isiuer MuUuc Sugar (Jo.
Planters & Lovers of Good Stock
Just 111 1 hod 011 the l-mHod M-hoouer
"Oliiu," HI Head of Mules ami 1 1 Head
Gentle Iloi-es suitable for l.itlles to
ililve. Alao, the turning lioise -Cairo."
Brood Mares, Thoroughbred fl Road
1 N01111111 .Stallion,
1 Coach Stallion,
Five Head of COWrt-U Dmhiiin. with
t'alvo.s it weeks old; 1 .leicey will
eiilvo 111 (I wtel.s; Alji-hlic'Cou,
now milking gallons a day,
Also, Four Stoad Carts,
(:i I'ottihunii Su I Frasor;)
1 Vino Top Ilook-nway.
CSJ'For fin ther particulars apply lo
WMw At the Pantheon Stable.
CORKEU irOTKL ii FOllT STREETS.
Saturday, July the
reaping Reductions in Every Dgpartment
-T3r- FOR iO DAYS OMLY "S3
Corner Tlotol & Fori Strcotpi.
K. It. ITr.N'niir, Pi-uslileiit Jb Manager.
(1OUKUKV Ituow.v, Seoietaiy XTieasurer.
Joiih Kna, Viee-FroRlilont
Chen, lluow.v, Auditor.
F you want a lino oljjar.s i to 0. J.
T7 F.STHUMAYKH Phiiio for fi.tli) as
Vt good us now', only bought a few
mouths ago. Iihiiiii-o at the
ti:mi'Lh ok fashiox,
r.Oll lu- (.'or. Hotel nnil Knit ,M,
Jb'OIt SALE 011EA1
ACOMpLr.TK outilt for nuiMiig anil
(lUpeiirin; cailionatetl hiivuingis
all In uood oiili'i', Addit'cB
Wl ;im Waiulihiu, Hawaii,
KAWAIIAJff HARDWARE CO.,
Opuo-Niu'ecki'ls' Itaittt, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMFOIIT13IIS and DEALERS IN
Oenl Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuino llaviland Chian, plain ami decorated; and Wedgcwood
1'inno, Lihtaiy t Slnml Lamps, ChandoliorB it ElcctoliorH,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete asuortni't of DrilU it Files,
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X-.STohc, Hoe, JBCone,
JlUriUER, WIIIE-HOUNI) of superior quality, & STEAM,
Ajjato Iron Ware, Silver Fluted Ware, Table it rocket Cutlery,
Fow'der, Shot it Cups, Tho Celebrated "Club" Maeliinc-loadcil Cartridges,
. a unxh iroic
ILiit's Futmit "Duplex" Die Slook for Fipo & Holt Threading,
ILutuun'ri Steel Wlro Fenco it Steel Wire Mats,
Wm. (1. Fibhor'a Wrought Sttol Ranges
Gale City Slono Fillers,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
nov-29-Sy Neal'a Cnrriago Puiuts.
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