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FIIIDAV, JULY 18, 1800.
To Talio Effect .Tuly SO. tSCO.
A. M, V. 31.
Uwo Itonclulu 8:13 1:15
Arrivo llonoi.llull.. ...... 10:0." 3:0."
Lsava llunculii'li....t . 10i8." 3:3.",
Arrivo Honolulu Ilt55 4:.i5
Stnir I A Cummins from Koolau
Stnir P.lc from Unmakim
Bum- Wiiiitlpnlofioin Kuual
Stmr W G llnll fiMn Maul ami Hawaii
4-tnstd scln- Ilobort Lower, Penballow,
MU days fiom S.ui I'ranclsco
Sehv Uaulkc.ioull fiom Ivulmla
Stiur Wtiliu.iualo fiom Wtdalua and
Stun U It Bishop for Watanae, Waialua
and Konliiu ut J a m
Am brgtno V (, Iiwin. McCul uch, for
him Francisco at 12 in
SehrMaiv for lluniilel
VESSELS tEAYMQ TO-MORROW.
French flagship -1)111)011011011, Admiral
Premcnil, lor Tahiti
Frnin Kauai per Etuir Walalcnlc, July
IB II A Msidiu jr, Dr S D G Wulteis
ami 0 drrl:.
For San Fifiiiclsco per brgtno WG
Irwin, July 13-,Ii3 Mullcr tunl child,
Mis J E MoCuil'cli nud.2-(-hll(hen, ills
11 Laing and 2 children. and F Cliailton.
Fiom Volcano per s-tnir XV Q Hall,
July 18 Dr Butdell and wife, Miss
Buidell, K A Edilv and wife, llov W n
Ca-.e ami wife. Maul ami Hawaii: Mr
MeD.idc, Dr J D 1'iniy, J It Heyers, J
As-hdown, A A Todd mid son, O A Pe.i
oook, EJ Mtyeis, Mis P McRay, .1 l
Kalmlownl, J Cooper, Y Ak.ina, JKa
wcwelil. W F Boy, Mi3Ml)oheity,
MUs Dohcitv, Cul hiim Nouls, Misses
Clnk (3). and 0.1 deck.
CARGOES FROM I8LAKD PORTST"
Stmr Pclo 1300 bagi sugar fioni 11a-
Stmr w ataleale 2322 bags sugar from
Stmr W G- 11(111-1723 bags sugar, 103
bans awa, '22 b.igs coilee, 20 hides,
27"liMid cattle, and 12.5 packages
The Hawaiian steamship Cliudlnc,
from Glasgow via Cape Vcido Island
for Honolulu, i due heie the first week
in August, bho having loft cape Vcido
11 union May 21th.
The Amciicau schooner Robert Low
ers. C.iDtjiii D XV P Pontia low. nr-
jived at 0:30 o'clock this moijiiug, 11J-
aays from ban Fiauclsco with a lull
e.ugo of general mcich indisi'. The
Robeit Lcweis is docked at Brewer's
Tho schooners ICnl iraanu and Catc-
rina will take out 2 0 tons coal to-mor-iow
to the II S Flagslilp Chin lesion.
The Walmaualo .-ng.ir Mill recom
menced gi hiding jeMeidny.
The Aineiic.iu bigtne V Gliwln sail
ed to-day for San 1'iancUco Willi 5070
bags rice, 3.80 bugs s'igtr, and 870
empty barrels, The shlppeis were:
llyman Bros, 1072 bags lice; bing
Chong & i o. 1737, and M Phillips. 270
bass do; JT Watci house, 107i!, and W
G Irwin, 2210 bags sugar; MSGiiu
baum & Co. 2000 bags l ice. Domestic
value, g51,707 S3.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Mr. S. Levy is admitted 113 a
paituer to S. Elnlish & Co.'a Aim. .
The illuminations at tho palace,
on the occasion of the t-tatu ball, this
evening, will be especially fine. The
view from King ami Kieliard btreets
will bo well worth seeing.
Tun Iiouolulus and Hawaii opposo
cacli other on tho diamond to-mor-iow
afternoon ut 3:30 o'clock. It
will probably be u very inteiehting
Game, as both clubs nro haid at
The Hon. T. It. Lucas and Eev. O.
Emerson visited tho teachers' con
vention to-day and made a special
tour of inspection of tho exhibits of
school work in the scycial rooms of
Mn. Allen Hutchinson has opened
a studio and a tchool for giving in
etrucjion iu sculpture, on JN'uunuu
Avenue. Ho lias commenced with
live students. Mr. liutchiiibon can
bo reached through the Bell Tele
phono, No. 521.
II. B. M. S. Wnrspilc, tbo Rag
spip of the PaciHu statlou, ia ex
pected to arrive here from the south
witbin two weeks. Sho will only
stay in the port long enough lo re
ceivo mail, stores and water, and
then will proceed to Esquimau, fol
lowing tlio Daphne and Nyinphe.
No vessel as large as the Wursplto
has ever entered this port. Her
tonuago is 8100, and her engines are
of 10,000 horse-power. ("Ban luan
cisco Call, July 2.
THE OPIUM REPORT.
Hon. A. ltosa, chairman of tho
Opium Committeo, presonted tlio
Committeo'd report to tho Houto
this afternoon. Tho conunittco havo
not been able to iix the guilt on any
body. They And that tho Marshal
used proper caio to piovent the
opium being stolen.from his cuttody,
but censure tho Custom HoitbO au
thorities for loosenees. The Cus
toms oillciald claim they did not
havo Hie men they wanted, and that
they had not tho proper room for
storing opium. Mr. ItuMi requested
that the committeo ba nut dis
charged, but bo allowed to investi
LOCAL & 0EHERAL NV8.
Ltt.ro stable is for rent.
The M. &. XV. P. P. Union will hold
a geneial mooting on Monday eve-
Ct..vt.MS against the lalo W. It.
Seal should bo pi fluted to V. Libh
man. Mn. L. J. Levey will hold a epccial
pale tii-inonow noon at tho old'Sits
loin House whaif.
Dojj't forgot the grand opening of
Messrs. Ludwig3en & Cron's, new can
dy store to-moirow.
A or.Asn nbbou bale will com
mencu to-morrow nioining at the
Temple of Fashion.
M.uoit Wodohousc, II. 13. M. Com
mifcioner, visited the teachers' con
vention this morning.
A Lurrnn fiom Mr. Hind, cxplnin
iiij; his position in rguid toiaihynye,
will appear to-morrow.
Seai.kd tendeirf aio called for EUp
plies of building niateiiulj and pio
Ni&ioua by tho Ho.ud of Health.
Arrangements are being made for
a chess tournament, under the
auspices of the Steinitz CIices Club.
The roguhr quartcily and annual
meetings of the l'acilic Htuihv.uo
Co., J.d., Avill be held on Thurtday,
A Sydney despatch of July I says
O'Connor admits ho was fairly beaten
by Stiinsbury, and will make no moic
matches in Australia.
The popular piny of "Forbidden
Fruit" will bo pioduced bytho'liv
oli Gaiety Company, at tlio Opera
House, to-morn.w night,
ITaw.mvn Commercial declined to
$17 12 July lt. It paid u di idend
of 0o. the Miine day. Oceanic
Stcaiui.hip paid a dividend of 51.
The thanks of the Bt.'LLETi.v are
hereby tendered to Capluin Penhal
lnw, of tho Hubert Lewers, Pilot Mc
Iniyrc, and M'r. John 'Wiiloihousc
for late papeia.
Mrs. J. C. Bateham will speak in
tho Y. M. C. A. ILill on Satuiday
evening under the auspices of the
Blue Uibbou League. A brief musical
programme will piceede tho addies3.
Seats fren and everybody invited.
Charles C. Hogan, is in prison at
San Francisco charged with filonv
embezzlement, lie was Secretary of
the Safety Jv'itro Powder Co., and
April 24. last ho disappuaied from the
city and came to Honolulu, and his
accounts were found $3500 ehoit.
Tun Railway Hotel at Raymond
Grove will be opened to-morrow, on
the occasion of the picnic given to
the Teachers' Comention by Hon.
C. It. Bishop, President of the Board
nf Education. Arrangements are in
the skilful hands of Mr. Hamilton
Friday, July 13.
The House dpened at 10 o'clock.
Itep. Kalua moved the suspension
of the rules to introduce a petition.
Noble Ciabbc objected. The
rules had been suspended every day
this week for this purpose, and it
was time the House attended to its
The motion was lost.
Noble G. N. Wilcox read the
minority report of the public lands
committee on the Honolulu market
building. It differed from the ina
joiity's recommendations of change
iu site and construction. The min
ority recommends that the building
be proceeded with oh tho site se
lected Itep. Brown moved that' the ma
jority and minority reports he made
a special order of the day next
Noble Widemanu moved to amend
the motion by adding that the re
ports he printed, and was seconded
by Noble Baldwin.
Rep. Nawahi moved that the re
port of the minority be adopted, as
it placed the matter plainly before
the House. Tho plans had been
made, the foundations laid, and a
contract for the election of the
building awarded, thcicfore it would
cost a largo amount to depart from
these arrangements. There must be
something behind tho majority re
port. Perhaps the eontraelor fear
ed he was going to lose money. If
he was the Minister of Interior he
would order the contractor to go
ahead, with tho work or suffer the
Rep". Paeliaolo argued that it was
only courtesy to tho majority to
consider its report. The matter was
of enough impoitanco to be given
some lime. Somo members were
not always so anxious to tavo timo.
Minister Spencer (In reply lo
Rep. Nawahi) said tenders were
called for but the contract was not
made. It was signed by the Minis
ter but not by the other party. Jt
was Mr. Lucas whose tender wab
Rep. Waipuilanl supported the
motion 'to havo tho repoits trans
lated and printed.
Rop. Rkc moved the House take
recess till 1 :30, to'etiahlo members
to visit tho Teachcis' Convention.
IIouso look rccos3 from 11 to
DA1JL.X UUJLLJflTIJN s L10.NULULU, H. 1.,
m wifcor mitrmv
Sun Francisco, July 2, I'ci' Schr.
the suuau TAitirr.
At a meeting of the Senate Fi
nance Committee n delegation of
molasses-boilers appeared" and ask
ed for the restoration of the duty
on sugar, to enable tliom .to con
tinue iu business. Without tho
duty, it was uiged, they could not
produce sugar from molasses at a
THE .NIAV MAVY.
The Navy Appropriation Bill, as
it finally passed, makes libcial pro
vision lor the new lleot, exclusive
of about 55 15,000, 0d0 for Hie rouiino
expenses of ihc navy and for mis
cellaneous purposes." This bill ap
propriates f;8,l'0,000 for new ships.
The main poitlou of this sunf is lo
be used an installments for begin
ning the construction of three "sea
going, line nf battle ships, designed
to carry the heaviest armor and
most poweiful ordance, upon the
displacement of about 8500 tons,
with coal endurance of about oOOO
knots on a total coal capacity of the
most economical rate of speed, and
to have tho highest practicable
fcpeed for vessels of their class."
The Navy Deyattmcnt h.13 issued
circulars asking for bids for build
ing three 8500-ton coast linc-of-bat-llo-ships,
to cost, exclusive of arma
ment, not inoie than 61,000 000
each, the term armament including,
besides, guns and ninunition, all the
armor of the luiret1?, barbettes,
gun-ahields and armored tubes di
rect" pertaining to the piotcction
of the guns and loading positions.
All parta of the vessels i.ie to be of
Representative O'Donnell of Mic
higan, Chairman of the House Com
mittee on Education, has reported
an educational aid bill similar in its
provisions to the Biair bill.
A Lexington, Ky., depalch say:
Kingfisher, a noted stallion face
hoise, is dead. He was owned by
August Belmouut, wa3 00 yuais
old. He was a superior race horse
and cost his owner 815,000 at three
years of age and woo over S28'000
About two score of poisons were
sciiously poisoned iu New Yoik,
July 1st, 13' partaking of ice-eieam
from D. Brinkmau'd store at 1271
Third avenue. The clerk, Henry
Meyer, was arrested on suspicion of
having something to do with the
The Lottery Bill, as amended by
the committee, increasing the
amount to be paid for lotleiy privi
leges 250,000 per annum, making
the annual payments $1,250,000,
passed the Louisiana Senate by a
vote of 21 to 12, and was returned
to the House for its concurrence.
The heated lei in in Chicago has
raised the death rate ninety over the
average in onu week. 1l was ex
pected the rate would be double the
follow ine week.
Rep. Gould introduced n substi
tute resolution lor the report of the
bribery committee in the Massachu
setts Legislature. It declared that
the West End Railroad Com
pany's system of influence is unpa
ralleled in the hislor3' of legisla
tion j in violation of law and sub
versive ol'all honest legislation ; that
the evidence showed that the com
pany paid iu the aggregate 6-10,000 ;
that no legislation predicated upon
that influence can be enacted with
out making every member who votes
for it a party to corruption. A hot
debate followed, and the House
Anally adopted the committee re
port, 134 to GW"
Special dispatches from Central
America say: Everything proves
that the revolution in San Salvador
was fostered by Guatemala so as to
havo a pretext later on to interfere,
and that Guatemala is now taking
advantage of the condition of af
fairs. The press here calls on the
Government to explain what posi
tion it intends to take in the matter.
Neither N'iearagua nor Costa Rica
will ratify iho Central American
Union compact as they arc assured
that it i3 a scheme whereby it is in
tended that Hie Guatemalan clement
shall predominate, and neither Nl
caraguuns'nor Costa Ricans havo a
superabundance of love for Guate
malans. Seattle had a 8100,000 Are on tlio
night of July 1st,
ENGLAND AND GERMANY.
Chancellor Caprivi and Dr.
Krauel lor Germany arid Sir E. B.
Malet and Sir Peicy Anderson havo
signed tho Anglo-German agree
ment At a meeting of London mer
chants it was resolved to send a de
putation to Salisbury to point out
the serious results of tho extension
of German territory north of Da
marn, and the establishment of n
German barrier between Bechuan
aland and the North ; also the ne
cessity for maintaining English in
fluence in Madagascar.
Tho supplementary military esti
mates passed to their second read
ing in the German Reichstag July 1.
Kmperor'William of Germany ar
rived at Christiana, Sweden, July 1,
and was accorded n biilll.lnt recep
tion. Tito BiitU'.i Cabinet ka3 decided
to diop tho Tithes Bill, and alter
the supply voles adjourn Parlia
ment. A dispatch from Port Louis, Cltm
doloupc, states that tho principal
buildings in that placo have, been
dostioyed by lire. The lo33 Is SJSOO,
000. Many inhabitants lost nil
their tffecls and fire ontitelv di'stt
lute. A telegram has been received. an
nouncing that the life-boat Storm
King, which sailed fiom London to
Capo Town,, and from the latter
place to Albany, West Australia,
lias completed her long voyagu iu
safety. She uriived :it Albany on
thu lbt Inst.
Striking gas workers at Leeds had
nseiious light with the police, in
which ninny people were hurt on
There was an uproar in the Italian
Chamber of Deputies on the second
reading of the bill regarding muni
cipal councils. One member ro
siuned Ills seat and the Chamber
adjourned on the lenewal of thu up
roar. Advices from Eizoroum bay that
fifty persons lost their lives in the
1 ecent riot in that city. When the
new.s ot the fray between the Turk
ish soldiers and Armenians, spread
the whole Moslem population turn
ed out and the wildest disorder pic
vailed. The windows of thu British
and French Consulates weio smash
ed by the iufiii luted Mussulmans.
Business is now at a standstill.
THE M'KlNI.l'.Y I1II.L.
The seini-olUcial denial i3 made
in Berlin of the statement published
to tho ellect that thu Powers of Con
tinental Europe, headed by Get-,
uiutiy, had agreed 10 establish mu
tual repiessive tariffs against Ame
neaii iinpoils, it the McKinley bill,
now pending before the Auiciican
Congress, becomes a law. Germany
has taken no steps to counteract any
possibly injury to her American
trade by the euactincut of the Mc
The ciillcis of Shetlleld have ask
ed the Mayor to preside at a meet
ing called to piotest against tho Mc
Kinley bill. Similar movements arc
on foot at Birmingham ami South
THE CIIOI.EltA. g
Dining the past two weeks Ml
eases ot cholera and thirty-six
deaths occurred at. Gsuidin, Spain.
Medical aulhoiitics are of the opin
ion that the disease will not spread
The Paris Council of Health at a
meeting announced that a slight
ease of cholera was teported in Cu
axcu, but there weie no cases, else
where in France. It is reported
that cholera is .spreading in Tuik
istnn. GERMAN COLONIZATION.
Baron Wissman was -prevented
by illness from attending the Colo
nial Society, which opened at Col
ogne on the 1st. A Berlin eoires
pondent declares Wissman's illness
i3 11 pretext, as the Baron leceivcd
a hint that his presence at the meet
ing at Cologne would be embarrass
ing. Resolutions were adopted by the
Society thanking liaion Wissman,
the Government and the Reichstag
for their efforts for the suppression
of slavery, regretting the conclu
sions of the Anglo-Gorman agree
ment and expressing .1 hope that the
Government would henceforth main
tain a linn and resold to colonial
policy. The meeting concluded with
chceis for the Kaiser.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Noble Phillips took n snooze
throiiiih the wrangle of the ruralists
over the place of justice on Hawaii.
The scats of many members do
not seem to be comfortable, judging
by tho way they sit round the sidoj
of the room iu spectators' chairs.
Noble Crabbc did the IIouso a
good service in kicking against sus
pending the niles for inbro petitions
this morning. If members And any
good prayers in petitions, they may
as well incorporate them in resolu
tions or bills at once.
Reps. Brown and Rosa tottered
into the chamber this morning under
the burden of the opium bcaudal
report iu about twenty volumes of
type-writing. The press gallery
had cxtia hands to copy Iho 1 ('com
mendations, but the report did not
get a chance of publicity.
An lion, member of the IIouso
who was a spectator at the "Murphy
llstlc exhibition," must havo "got
onto" some very soientiliu points,
judging by his display of the manly
art at the Hotel last evening.
The House has got down to solid
work so solid that no pretext is
loo slight for the members to gain
respite from toil. They scampered
off to school this morning leaiug a
veiy important question pending,
and thu long-looked for opium scan
dal committee's report waiting for
NOTICI. is hereby given that Mr. S.
bevy has bteu admitted as a
pai titer In the At 111 ot s. Kliilidi A; Co.
H. Kili'LfUll AJlX).
Honolulu, July 12. I8U(J. HOrf .it
AKYOXB haWir; chillis against tho
kilo W. It. Seal will ple.Mte feud
(hum ndihessnd to Mis, Hi-.d, cue (t W.
LU'iiiMii, at (1. W. Macf-jilauotfcCo.'iJ.
Honolulu, J uly 18, WOO. COS 1 w
JULY 13, ic'.tu.
OA.iEQ !H COURT.
Cnptal tViittuuh would i'li-for
Killttir. iu liein- t&uitluil lo
lion. Tatil Neumann, at the open
ing ot Iho Supremo Court this
morning, rone and said thiC he had
been iccptestcd by members of the
Bar to make a few 1 etnnrks iu icgnrd
to the oeenirenou that happened, on
the ITilh iust., in connection with (ho
Seymour matter. "It was the feeling
of the Bar that someone was respon
sible lor the neglect of allowing a
prisoner to come into Uie Court
100111 armed, Itoin which thu occui
renee arose that might have United
into the shooting of the Court, which
God forbid, or the shooting of onu
of the members of the Bar, which
would likewUe be a cahniity uulosi
the victim was himself (Mr. Neu
mann). And they had come to the
conclusion that thu bailiff in chargo
of the Com I was responsible for the
negligence iu question. (Olllcer
Fehlbelir at this point became miner
uneasy in his scat.) This conclusion
lemindcd him of an incident in
Hugo's story, "Toilers of iheSea,"
in which through the eaielesness of
the boatswain a gun was loosened
from its fastenings and went crash
ing round tho decks, lo the imminent
dauber of the lives of the crew, and
the boatswain at the risk of his lifo
went down and secured the gun,
whereupon the captain decorated
hi in with thu cross of the Legion of
Honor for his biavcry, but ordered
him to he shot for his carelessness.
It was the general opinion of mem
bers of Iho Bar that they would
oveilook the bailiff's offense, as he
was a sober man and a good olllcer,
but they thought he ought to be shot
in the back of the neck. However,
on behair of the members of the
Bar, bo would pirscut Captain
Fehlbehr wiih a gold-headed cane,
thoieby eauiug Intn instead of shoot
Capt. Fehlbehr, on rising lo re
ceive the leward of his biaveiy in
suppressing the desperate prisoner
that endangered the Couit, was un
able to speak for a minute, and then
said, "I cannot say anything;" but
he managed to thank the donors for
their handsome gift. The cane is
inscribed with a brief record of the
exciting incident m which the veter
an olllcer liguicd so creditably.
CARD OF THAKS.
The Royal School Jubilee Com
mittee desire to tender their sincere
thank3 to the pupils who subscribed
funds, all who kindly donated Ash
and other eatables, Messis. Allen &
Robinson for tbo free use of lumber
and sails, Mt. J. F. Colbuin for
sails, Miss Lucy Peabody and Mis.
C. K. Slilltuan for their etneient
management of the luau,and to all
who in any way assisted on the oc
casion of the Jubilee.
A CARD OF miiks.
Wo the undersigned hereby tender
our sincere thanks to tho several
committers of tho Royal School
Jubilee for the prompt settlement of
the lospeolive amounts owing us.
J. IIopp & Co.
M. II. Colbuin,
Allen & Robinson,.
Ilustacc & Robcilsou,
- Daily Bulletin,
E. O. Hall & Son,
IT. II. Williams & Co.
QPLENDID I tlio Ico Cream Soda
KJ at the Llite fee Cream Paihus.
rPRY tho Boss Taffy at. the Elite Ice
JL Ui cam Parlors. 01)7 31
f F you want a tine cigars go to C. J.
t MeCiiitliy's " fins 2w
ART CLASSES 1
TVTJt. Allen Hutchinson holds a class
111 in modelling at liUctudio, Xuu
atiii avoiiuc, eveiy Tuesday and Satur
day. IVr 11.utlc11l.11a apply BellTvlo
plionuS"!. (J07 lin
ji-fi T ELE0 Stable at picent
iKk&Sw -Li occupied by Hawaiian
KgflMa Trmifer Co.. permission
given August 1st.
J. s. WALKER.
THE Mcelnnles' & Woikhiginen's P.
P. Union will hold a general
meeting at the K. of P. Ifnil, Fort
sheet, on MONDAY EVENING, July
21st. All members aio requested to
''fllE icziiliir 11ml niul quartcily
L ineeihigof the Paclllo Uuiilwnio
Co., L'd., will he held at their ollleo on
THURSDAY, July 21, 1SU0, at 10
o'clock A. M.
.Us. C. SPENCER,
llouolulii, July 17, lb'.iQ. 007 Id
'TM1IJ annual mooting of the Hawaii
X Comnioielal Company will bo held
at my ollleo, No. 15 Kaaliiimauii fitieet,
oil MONDAY. July "3, 181)0, at 5 o'clock
1'. M. ENUCU JOIINtiON,
CQICt Seeielniy 11. Q. Co.
npiIE annual meeting of Urn stock'
X IiolilciNdf iho Waloltluii Ae-iloul
tur.il it (J i flying Co. wilt lie heldiit the
ollleo of the .secictaiy, at Honolulu, on
u i.i.m'.mjai, ine uuin inst., at 10
(II .ici A, fl, U. J'. lilUKi:.!.
Secicbiiy W. A. A, U. Co.
rpflE Twq-eIoiv Ilrlok
Jfn-wSra'--- Building now u.-ed ns
BV&&llu ollleo of the Hawallnu
TimnwnysCo, (J.M;, on King htieet,
siillablo either for an ollleo or etoio.
Apply at Iho Hawaiian Commercial
fc'alcdrcoms. 033 tf
1 fcl r ik
A'GRAND RIBBON SALE
S31 FOR 3 DAYS GB3LY 5I
Will bo GJosed Out at a Croat Gacrifico I
i53 Oall in and g&t Bargains.
We Desire to Oaii
For Lubxicatiixg the Valveo and
w S&V BECISTERED 'A .
YAL.VOI.INE ia an cnrtloil specially prepared uudor the highest wleam
heat and fiom which all olatilc and earthy matter has been expelled by a
process which leaves a puio and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps tho cylinder niul piston packing perfectly clean. This .
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and has been in con
stant use over eighteen years.
, DaS""Wo also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
clashes of machinery.
Leonard &c Elli,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. G01 3m
E. Tl. IlHxnrtY, President & Manager. John Ena, Vice-President
tjOUi-nuY lluowx, Secretary Tieasurcr. Ckcii. Jiuowx, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opi!t. Sprwelti'lH' Itiiuk, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Oen'i Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havilond China, plain and decorated; and Wcdgowocd
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandeliers &. Electoliors,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete astortin't of Drills & Files,
PLMTATM SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION I
The "Gazelle" .1-wheeled Hiding Plow h Equalizer,
Bluebeard llico 3'low, Planters' Steel & Oootenecked HoeH,
LAUD, CYLINDER, KEUOSEN13, LINSEED,
Paints, Vanmhra1 & Brushes, Mauil.i 4fc Sisal Hope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Sose, JGtowe, HoHe, ;( '
rtUBBEK, WIIIE-BOUX1) of superior quality, & STEAM,
Ag.ito Iron Waro, Sihtr Hated Ware, Table .fc Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot & Cupj, Thn Celebrated "Club" .Machine-loaded Cartridges,
Hart' Patent "Duplox" Die Stock for Pipo A Bolt Threading
IlartmanV Steel Wiro Fence it Steel Wire Mats,
,-, . ,v, c ,-, V,'n1, Cl- -""'h Wrought Steel Euiigee
Gato City Stone Filtem,
"Now Process" Twist Drills,
nov-29-Sf) Ncal'H Carriage Paints.
Planters a Lovers of Good Stock
.Tint an I ved on the 1-innstcd Fehooner
"OIum," W Head of Mules and 1 1 liend
Gi'iitlo lluisos suitable for liulii-s to
dilve. Alho, the Hotting liorso "Cairo."
Thoroughbred & Road
1 Norman Stallion,
1 Coach .Stallion,
Five Head of COWS 3 Durhnins with
Calves :i weeks old; 1 Jersey will
calve in (t weeks; 1 Aryshlm Cow,
now milking 0 gallons a day.
Also, Four Road Carts,
(II Petahuna & 1 Praser;)
1 Fino Top Itock-awiiy.
CSrror fin tlicr particulars apply to
At tho Pantheon Stables,
.& & O Lai go Furnished Itoomn,
ivrirW & cenirally located. Ap-
Li-f iny ui uns ouice.
'utV-Ujft A SUITE of Three Xleoly
5s-.5 i. FiiinlKliedltooins. Ap
UaS&iia ply at Xi. r Punchbowl
btreot, or to 11. P. llebbrd. (J01 U
& TOR'S STREETS.
S. E II R LICK,
Cornm Hotel & IVrfc fclfcreetB.
Your Attention To
Cylinders of Steam Engines.
A Cure for Influenza 1
DR. lOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHEIIRY C0R
niAL, ono of tho best remedies
everpiepaiod for coughs, nstlinia, lung
and rhe-t trouble, m.d a great irllof to
whooping cough and throat affection.
Ask for or, Lonor's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
UOLLlSTEIt & CO'S.,
And UENbON, SMITH it CO'S.
1 Mm! your "Cherry Cordial" the bebt
iiH'dlchio wo have owr used for coughs,
colds and lung trouble. All of our Na
tive, Portuguese, Chinese and Japanese
will uo 110 oilier. I use nothing else in
my own family. Yoms truly,
Manager Kohahi Sugir Co.
VVo have sold a largo quantity of vour
"Cherry Cordial" at our planuitlon
store, both nt Kcalla and Kapua, ami
can cheerfully recomuianil It for bron
Veiy respeetfullv vours.
Ono. E. PAIJICHILD.
liO.i It Treasurer Mukee Sngur (Jo.
Is. BraM. Jttuun, Artist,
Gtudio, No. 27 Alokea Btroot.
Fprnierly of Now York, would Inform
tho public that she Is prepiired to Jilt
all orders for PasteK Oil, Water Colors
and ItidU Ink Portrait.
f3 Samples of work can bo i-een at
Studio uud liaiiilltun lloiibo Putlors
oysam ' ..