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MONDAY, JULY 21, 1800.
To Willie Uffert July l. IttCO.
A. M. f. M.
Leave Honolulu 8:15 ' 1 :!"
Arrivo llonoullull IDsori ami
lo.ivo llonoullull ItliBTi tltHS
Arrive Honolulu- Us.V" ! :o3
.Stiiir'Kilaue.i lion fiom Hcmmkua
Stun Lll.olil.efioni Miiul
Htuir Mikubnlii tioni Kuiml
Stinr Lehiin fiom nimial.ua
fcohr Iu lnUi fiom Kauai
Muir .1 V OttininhiH fur Koolau at 'J a m
Stuir Walimuialo tor Wuliin.iu and W'al-
aliin at 'J a in
Stmr Wulaleiilo tor KUnuuii and Ilaiui-
lol al 4 p in
.Stinr Kuala for Koloa dhcel at 4 p in
htuir .las MaUeo for Kaiiuu ut C i in
Stmr Mokulll for Molokai ut 5 p in
VESSELS LEAVIHU TU-MORROW.
Stmr XV G Hall for Hawaii and Maul at
10 a in
Stmr Mlkalitila for Kauai at i" p in
Stmr Poll1 for Lahalmi and Kiikalau at
G p in
.Stmr Lifelike for Maul at 5 p in
Stmr Lcliua foi Ami anil llakahui at 4
Stmr KllnucaHoii forPepeekeoaud Ho-
iioinii at 'i a in
Sehr Lavluia for Kauai
From Kauai, per stinr Mlkahala, duly
20-Dr .1 K smith, Rev XV C Murrltt,
Mifs llillubrantl, O Macfailanc, J K
Knlul and i-on, Mrs Fountain and child,
J Gray and wile, aud 18 deck.
Kioni JIaul, per ftmr l.ikellku, July
JO .1 W Kaia, John Giuuwald, J K
llaiiuna, X Mouwar. 1 McUiillcy. wife
and child, Mr O-hornu, Mis Dane and
1! clnldieu, Mii Clnlatianscu and :i chil
dren' Mis J Gay and son. J 0 Lane,
Miss I) F Klchuidson, Father Quintan,
Jtio latthi.is. J3ro Josep.i, UiuTlionniH,
1 Akc, II Laws, MU-. lKidtt, MUs E V
lt'iUtun, W 11 Cattle and sou, l 1'
'I'tiiinuv, K G Hitchcock, 11 It Ilichcock,
) H llitchcock, jr.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
IJkellke 20C8 bugs sugar, 210 bags
spuds, 29 bags coin, 215 hides, oo
hogs, SO ton old hon, 2 canoes, l:iu
Mlkiihida 4C84 bags sugar, and -105
Klluuca Hon 3000 bags sugar.
i.ehua--2.110 bujjf, sugar.
Lavluia 7U1 buirs lice and 2(10 bags
FOREICN VESSELS IN PURT.
U B M S Acorn, Pollard, from a ciulfie
USPS Charleston, Kear-Adinhal Geo
llrowii, from San Francisco
U S SNipslc.McCurley, fiom Hilo
Am bk Ophlr from Newcastle, N S W
Am bgtne XV G Irwin, J i: McCulloch,
fiom San Fianclsco
French Flagship Diibourdlcu, Admlrul
Heguaiilt tie Premeull, tioin Yoko-
Am bb O D Biyaut, J 11 Jiicobbcn, from
Am bk Forest Queen. Mollo, from San
Haw bk Lady Luni sou, F 0 Sodergreu,
fiom San Fiauclsco
Am 4-mstd ehr Robei t Lcweis, D V P
Penhallow, fiom San Fi.iuclsco
FGREICN VESSELS EXPECTED.
11 It M S Xymph fiom Biltl(.h Columbia
11 II M FhgMup Wuiupite fiom lirltilsh
Urslilp lJlongfleld su"ed fiom Liver
pool Apr 18, due Aug 21
Ger bk Adonlh from Bremen
Ger bk Faimt, from New Yoik via Bra
zil BU Uncle John, from Newcastle, due
Ur bk Bilker from London, sailed Apr
15, due Aug 25
Am lik Allien Besso, Howard, fiom San
Fr&uiiihco (for Kahulul), duo June
Tern W S Bowne, Bluhiu, fiom San
Francisco due at Mahuknmt July 19
Brbk Get van fiom Liverpool, sailed
May 10, due Sept 15-SO
Haw S S Claudinu fiom Glasgow
Am bk Albeit, Winding, fiom Sun
Francisco duo Aug 4
B M,S S Zcalaudla, Oterendorp, from
the Colonies en route to San Fran
cisco due July 25
K M S S Mariposa, Hayvvard, from San
Fiaucisco en route to the Colonies
due August, 1
OSS Australia, Houdletto, fiom Sun
' Francisco duo July 25
l'KTCftS In Honolulu, July 10th.
Wllilo, in of Mr. and Mrs, Augm,.
tus V. Peters, aged 4 vears, 7
month, and 11 dais.
TAYLOH In this city, July 21, MM,
Miss Pha'bu Taj lor, daughter of
Cupt. Taylor of Lanalnii.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Harmony Lodge, I. O. 0. V. at
Hand concert at Einiua Square,
"Victim of Circumstances," at the
Hawaiian Opera House, at 8.
Meeting of members Second Con
gregation St. Andrew's Cathedral,
n Sunday schoolroom, 7:110.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Mr. S,
Levy has been admitted as a
partner hi tho tlrm of S. Elullch & Co,
S. EllKLlUH & CO.
Honolulu, July 12, 18liur 08 at
rpilE mulei signed will not ho lespon
.L slblu for any debts conlructml in
his uauiu without his written order.
005 3t Hauulbl, Kttual,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS,
Miss May B. F will
call nl 1". O. for It'll or.
Miih. Thun'siv .liiluiHon, Million (if
tin) Kitpinliini Maternity Home, has
TnnttK will lie no meeting "f ll"
nflWiif of llic Uomilulu ltilles b.M
(alion 1 1 1 1 k evening.
Nkxt W'ednefrdiiy, nl ihkiii, Mr. 1..
.1. Levey will cull a lmgo quantity if
food ut Ills riiloMOom.
A salk of furnituio ami huidlvuiu
will be held by Mr. L-.J. Levev, al
hid mlosioorii, commencing at 10
o'clock to-morrow ntnining.
EtaiiTY-TiiUKK candidate) fin
teacher' licenses ami lor highei
gmdes of licence pri'fCiited theiii
bclvoH ut Foil suioul. coliou! Itcdny.
Tjii: lmlipH of tin1 St. Andicw's
SrwhiK Society will iiml foi litifinesH
ut S (I'l'lui'k lo-inoiiow altfriioon, in
(lit! Sunday school btiiiiliu. A full
attendance is des-iicd.
Tur. Titoli liaicty Coiiipany will
appear at tliu Opcia J luiit-o I his eve
ning in the comedy "A victim of
Ciicuinstanccs." A thoionghly pood
evening's amusement is piomited
Miss Vhocbti Taylor, daughter of
Captain Taylor of l.aliaiiia, and
niece of Captain Harrison, died al
the ii'sitlence of the latter tins morn
ing. The loniuins will he sent lo
l.aliaiiia for burial.
Tiikiiu will be a supper al Queen
Kninia Hall to-morrow evening, fiom
li to 7 o'clock. Tickets ."!) cents
each. The piocoeds will go to the
funds of the new Sailors' Home. A
good Kiippei, and the niuiiey wfll lie
for a good cause.
A mass meeting w.isheld in Talace
Square, on S.ituiday evening, to
talk about ,i Constitutional Conven
tion. A large ciowd apsenihled.
M'i'hth. Hush, WilcoN, Nawahi, I).
Lyoiifr, and oIIuhh made speeclicij. A
cnmniittee wa ajipointed to fmtlier
the object of Ihc meeting.
A RKNll.KMAN fiom till' COUIltl.V
visited the Lcgi.sl.il me this morning.
The lion thai commanded his hiigesl
attention was lntcrpieter Wilcox us
he went tearing through ono of his
lonu le-piodticed h"nrai)Kue6. Before
Luther had got nioio llinn tluee
iuarlers tliiough, the visitor exclaim
ed : "v,Vcll, that fellow is a lightning
Caitais Clnistiau, a ptison luna,
was ncaily di owned at Long Brunch
yesterday. Dining an uncontrolla
ble lit of ccstucy the captain drank
too deeply of the biiny and became
black in the face. He was dragged
out of the water and Killed aiound
unjil part of tliu sea was ejeeted.then
ho breathed again. Dr. Day, who
was telephoned for, pionounced the
captain out of dangei.
Mn. Jiro Okabe, Japanese, vv.is or
dained a Minialer of the Congiega
tional Order last evening at the Cen
tral Union Church. Kcv. E. G.
fltckwith, D. D., Bev. O. P. Emer
son, Rev. S. E. BUhop, Rev. A. N.
Fieher, Rev. Mitaui (Jap), nntl Rov.
T. llasegavva (Jap) took jiart in the
sei vice. Besides the usual congicga
twn, thcie wore present u large num
ber of Japanese.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
There is such a constant hum in
the chamber that tho interpreter and
the rcpoiters have to take much of
the pioceedings by guess.
SherilY Hitchcock of Hawaii was a
visitor to the House this morning.
Tho ropiesentative of the fourth
district had a. racking cough this
morning. Nothing clso was audible
when he got going. He put one in
fearful mind of llio coflerdmn uory.
Tho Hawaiian Band will give a
public' concert at Emma Square
this evening at 7:!50 o'clock, ten
dering tho following programme:
Overture -French Comedy Ilela
Ballad Tho Shcpeid .., beliulicit
Gayotte The Duchcs F.dson
Selection Pluaforo Sullivan
Mlkiol, Pirn Ohulti. lllki uo ine A'u.
Medley The Black Brigado Beyer
Fantasia Forge in Ihe Foiest
Waltz Golden Myi tie Fiihrbucli
Polka Ainugar Goilfiey
THE TIVOU TROUPE.
The Tivoli Gaiety Company gave
an exceptionally pleasant evening's
entertainment at the Opera House
Saturday night. It began with tho
farco, "Jealousy, or the Kiss," and
ended with the comedy, "Korbidijcn
Fruit." A feature of both pieces
was tho very lively acting of Mr.
Harry Gates. Indeed, all the mem
bers of the company surpassed
themselves in the vivacity of their
tiding. Alt seemed to fit themselves
to their respective parts. The la
dies in theirs, especially, were natu
rul us real life. Miss Bare mado a
liit in the farce with her artistic
tuke-off of the very dutiful "Mary."
Mr. Hamilton moused enthusiasm
by his singing of "Ivy Green" in
the comedy. The company will
pioduco the "Victim of Circum
stances" this evening, and there
can be no doubt they will fully sa
tisfy the audience.
Is tho leu Cieam Soda
k5 at the Elite Ice Cieuin Pallors
nPRY the Boss Taffy at thu Elite lcc
X Ct unm Parlors.
THE TEACHERS' CONVENTION.
Ttof. V. T. Alexander of thu
lloatd of Education .iid this con
vention was an event in the history
of the country. It inspires onu with
fresh iiope for the fitluieof the
country to see such a force employ
ed in forming llio character of the
coming generation. All true friends
of the people appieciniu the faith
ful and self-denying work done by
many teachers in V ircumslancos of
loneliness i( not of piivnlion. Great
progress has been math) in solving
the peculiar problems picsented
hi'ie. A solid foundation is being
laid on which to build in years to
come, lie did not, think," as re
gards uniformity, that we arc
iiiffeiiiig in this country from over
orgauiv.ation. hi the Kreiioh schools,
children of tliu same uiadc arc
taught exactly the samo thing in
exactly the same way. The latest
insliuetloiis issued lo teachers in
Austria pteuribo how the ehildien
should tli ess and tliu faces to be
put on in cut eiiug the schoolroom.
Thcie is ptobubly less joint work
and less "ctam" in older schools
than in those of more highly organ
ixctl communities. lit; hoped the
schools hcie would never furnish
materials for such a book as "Eng
lish as she is taught," tin amusing
hook hut a sad one when we think
of the poor little victims of a perni
cious system, lie trusted that the
membcis of the convention had
learned something of methods of
teaching aud Unit Iheir channels of
thought have been broadened, that
they have been lifted out of ruts,
'and hud received fresh inspiration
and hope from contact with
Iheir fellow teachers. The teacher
has a tight to magnify his oltlcc.
His interest in his pupils should not
betrin aud end with the school loom
and the text hook. He deals not
with things but with immortal
beings with unknown possibilities,
and lie need not tiy to understand
them from reading books on psy
chology. The ehildien themselves
must be studied. A school cannot
be run like a factory or a machine
shop or conducted on so-called busi
ness piiuciplcn. A teacher holding
tiieso views is entitled lo considera
tion as a member of an honorable
piofcssion. He renders services
which money cannot buy and can
not, be valued in dollars and cents.
The teacher who is a real educa
tion does not send out merely text
book scholars, but good men and
women, honest patriotic citizens.
.Such a teacher is a peer of any man
in-any profession, tic is a suc
cessful teacher who wins the confi
dence and love of his pupils,
arouses them to think, inspites them
with a taste for good reatling, u de
sire for knowledge, love of truth,
respects for the rights and feelings
of others, even though the pciccnt
agc of his pupils may not be high.
The future destiny of the country
depends in great measure on its
teachers. The arc debarred from
proselytism, but they are not de
barred from teaching both by pre
cept and example the principles of
morality on which all good men are
agreed. We are not required to
expunge the name of the Deity from
our text books as has been done in
Paris, nor to teach honesty because
it is the best policy. Indiicctaud
unconcious teaching of morals often
tells most effectively. An enlight
ened patriotism should be inculcated
in the schools and narrow race jea
lousies, sectarian pretljitdiccs, aud
envy and uncharitnbhieas discount
enanced. Pupils in the Govern
ment schools should receive instruc
tion in the duties of citizens so as to
be imbued with love of their com
mon country, pride in its history,
loyalty to tho King not as a sov
ereign reigning in tho interest of a
class or race but of all the races
dwelling in peace and safety in this
good land of ours.
The Hon. C. 1. Bishop expressed
his appreciation of the kindly senti
ments uttered toward himself per
sonally. Ho approved of the re
marks made in the preceding ad
dresses. No such convention had
been held in this kingdom hereto
fore. He was surprised when he
came into tho meeting the first time
to see such a force of intelligent
persons engaged in teaching the
youth of the country and particular
ly the Ilawaiians. lie was glad to
see so many, native Ilawaiians in the
assembly. The Ilawaiians need the
help of the "haoles'' who havo had
advantages not within their own
reach. The country is now in a
transition state, lie sympathized
with tho Ilawaiians In their dilllcul
tios in tho learning of English. Tho
Board had not in any instance forced
llio learning of English on Ilawai
ians. The changes made in this
direction were at tho request of tho
people themselves. They 9aw the
necessity and value of it, and to bo
able to accomplish tho vvoik called
for, compolcnt teachers must be em
ployed. There tire many more
places where schools are called for
and urgently needed and which tho
Hoard of Education would be glad
to establish, but they arc unable to
do so. Tho teocher has always
becti highly respected in this coun
try. Tho first teaclient were tho
American Missionaries und among
their first pupils were Kings and
Chiefs. The missionaries took an
intci est in the moral education of
their pupils, and teachers arc looked
up to by the people; hence tho im
portance of their exemplifying a
liighgrade of moral character. Secta
rian teaching being disallowed docs
4,u" ""B "-'& ns.i.w.,vi. uwwn
1 uot exclude teaching of the highest
inornl pr'cccpU. Nothing offensive
to any of the people should be
In the schools. He approved of the
Rev. A. Mackintosh's sentiments on
"Ilawaiians not going lo the wall,"
adding Hint he did not think Ilawni
inna need go to the wall unless they
are determined to do so oi them
selves. The speech of the lion. President
was received with heaily applause.
Mr. Van Gicsen now came to the
front and nddicsscd the Inspector
General, presenting him on behalf
of the teachers with a tine gold
headed ebony cane.
Mr. Atkinson expressed in a very
feeling manner his thanks for this
token of appreciation of his labors.
Rev. A. Mackintosh wished all of
Mr. Atkinson's former pupils were
present to see him caned.
The convention formally closed
by the Inspector-Gencial in a biicT
speecli thanking the teachers for
their attendance und the instiuctnrs
for their assistance.
HAWAII HUMBLES HOHOLULU.
A. Itrillltuit li.iuie or ilnseball Hun
J 'our to 'I'Iik'c.
Saturday's game of baseball was
a pleasure to all hcholdcts. Both
the Hawaii and thu Honolulu made
team plays of machine-like accur
acy, as the minimum of enors re
cotdetl will in some measure show.
The only unpleasant features were a
repeated hurling of the Hawaii
catcher's hands and an accident, to
Mr. lto.irdtmtnn, umpire, behind the
bat, a pitched ball hitting him on
the leg. He had lo lie down several
minutes aud, after being revived
wondiously quick by a stimulant,
limped the rest of the game. To
their shame he'it said, some of-the
spectators applauded the umpire's
misfortune. Ilelow is a condensed
summary of the game, followed by
the ofllcial score.
1. Hawaii to bit. "No base hit
or score on cither side.
2. Pryce and Self scored. Self
and Luahiwa made base hits. Ho
nolulu was whitewashed, only Desha
getting to first base and that on
ii. Hawaii's ttirec butlers were
dropped in quick succession at first
by admirably thrown balls from
third. Coyne maije a base hit, but
was dropped at second, the hall
having been hit to that base by V.
Lucas, who was put out icticating
to lirst by a double play, the right
licldcr having caught Wodehouse's
fly and sent the ball like lightning
to 11 1 St.
4. Hawaii met exactly the same
fate as in the previous inning. G.
Lucas scored on A. Lucas out at
first, after Whitney had gone out on
a lly to third, and Ercdenlierg made
a base hit ; Deslia, sliikes, was third
."). Luahiwa made a base hit but
never passed third, as Meek, Rosa,
and Thompson were all retired at
first. Paiker hit into second's
hands; Coyne made a base hit, stole
second, readied third on 'N'ode
house, after W. Lucas struck out,
and home with Wodehousc on a
three-baser by G. Luc.ib; Whitney
out at first,
0. Kaia gained first on a wild
throw, second aud third on the twn
following battels, and home on a
base hit by Self; Dan, second to
bat, went out at lirst ; Pryce score
with Kaia, after Keohokalole hit a
fly to tle pitcher, and Self was left
on third by a fly to first.
The remainder of the game did
not change the score. Hawaii's
catcher made a double play in the
seventh inning. Honolulu had a
chance to make a tic till its last man
was out in the ninth, so that thetc
was no lack of excitement at the
A. It. It. 11.11. O. A. K.
Wodehom-c. -e.... :i 1 0 1 I! 1
Lucas, O. s.s It 111
Wliltuev, !!l) 1 0 (I ii 1 1
Filcdenherg. till... I 0 'J 1 ii I)
Lucas. A. r.l 4 0 0 10 1
Deslu, l.f.- I 0 1 0 0 0
Paiker, lb t 0 0 12 0 I)
C'ovne, e.f It :t 10 0
Lucas, V p :t 0 0 2 (1 0
.3 1 ii 8 'J7 2 i
t. u. it. u. o. A. K.
Pryce, lot h
Ktohokidole, L'd b.
Luahiwa, ltd h....
Komi, r f II
4 10 27 'JO I
Seine by innings
Honolulu 000 1 20000 !1
Hawaii ()200U2Ut)0 1
Karned mils Honolulu I, Hawull 1.
Threo-basu hit fi. Lucas.
Stolen banes Honolulu."!, Hawaii I
llrfst'A on bulls ily Lucas 1, by Meek
Struck out lly Lncas II. by Meek t.
Passed halls Wodehoimn 2.
Douhln plays Hawaii ;t.
Left on bases Honolulu 0. Hawaii 1.
Wild pltehefi Lucas, W. 'J.
Time of game I hour 2i minutes.
I'niplics G. K. lloiiidiiiiui and V.
V. Lock wood.
.Scoter J. XV. Winter.
HOW THEY STAND.
Following is tho standing of tho -1
clubs in the Hawaii Ilnscball Leaguo
up to July l'Jlh;
l'LAYUtl, LOST. WON'.
L. J.Luvky, t : T.i:ssj'.t:.
Cuir Phillips, : Ma.naiii.ii.
Il.MMtv Bi'.i.l, : Staoi: DiitKcroii.
XV. Di.xh-u, . : Puopluiii:s.
E. K. MAHtnw, : Mauui.nisi.
Positively tlio Last Week
TiToii Gaiety Cm'y
Monday Evening, July 21st,
The :i ..Vol Coined .v
"Ficiiiii of Gircamslances"
As produced In New Yoik nl WallaekV
Tlieatte by U'Ofsy Ogden, now
a member of tliU Company
sv Phin for ie?eied s(-:us for -my
night of the sfiisnii can be fecurcd at
the ollleeof L. J. Levev, cor. Ton and
Queen Sis. fiinj t
if It. Theresa Johnston, Matron of
uX tint ICaplolanl Mulenilty Home,
has tt'iidt'iod her resignation. 010 1 1
Tilt: Meelnnlcs' ,fc WorMtimcu' P.
P. Union will hold a general
meeting at the JC. of P. Hall, Fort
stieet, on MOXO Y KVK3J1NG, July
'.111. All membets aie requested to
'"piIK lobular annual and tpiaiteilv
JL meeting of the Pneille lliudw.uc
Co.. L'd., will be held at their olllee on
THUBSDAY, July -t, tS'JO, at to
O'clock A. .VI.
Jas. (1. SPKXCr.R,
Honolulu. Juh, 17, l&'JO. do"" til
HENRY H. STANLEY
IN , DARKEST
Tho complete RtorynC 6tanlty rrceul tlirllllnf
rvHtmtun it ml tho tLicliwiiro of hU InipotUnt
ilitcntLilctwlllamKar for tho first tlmu lu tho
Mork vutteu liy hitnwelf, cnilllttl ''In Jiiljt
Africa D not tin tleouivM hy ony of tho bo
tMltMl 'Btanlcj hooka now lmlng oTtcil 111 v n
jiinVnii'l ' autliiMtic " To no onu of thipe lias
Stanley contribute! a lino.
'Jin-re I d no nueAtton nlxmt tltA ftUtcmeiit bo'ti?
cnrrccttucierymrtfoiilar V' guarautuo tt, unit
wilt pirn nartlculaw on nppllcntton
I'lllTEllru ln unitr llor- " o maid wu
that thu 1oojc Kara the Im.
V in tut
CHARLES SCRIENCR'S SONS
Ami that thu canr.uulnj ustnt cirri us a cortltlcato
of u.eticy from ua
A. L BANCROFT 4 CO'
132 POST STREET,
General Agen'.3 for the Pacific Coast.
J. W. GhamtoerMn,
Sole Agent for Hawaiian Khi"doin.
pM&& O '"" nriilf-hoil Itooms,
iSS centrally lociileil. Ai
Kale 1'l.v tit this olllee. t;)j h
.L A SITTE of 'J'hreo NMcely
asa Jb'utiiWied ItooiiH. Ap
SsaSJply at No. M Punchbowl
Street, or to 11. V. Hcljh.ud. f!Ul tf
HOUSR with 7 rooms
ami h.ith, on the cor
ner of llerctimla null Pensa-
cohvfeticets. Card ii.'iS) tlm door. Ap
ply nt thU olllee. Ml tf
T AKGK Oottiio on I.lllha
I -i-J FllCIT, o
cam. Apply to
91 King St.. over J. Noti's bloie.
rpilK 'J'wo-story Ihlck
X. Hiiildhi now iiKeil uh
the olllee of the Hawaiian
TininwaysOo., (L'd), on King street,
sultalile either for an olllee or store.
Apply at the Hawaiian Commercial
Salesroom!). Md tf
I'ratiRfer Co., permission
ui-t lbt. Apply to
WANTED at ONCE t
or tlucn blockit from
the corner of Fort ami Hotel
streets, suitable for tluee gentlemen for
housekeeping. Ad ill cm '!'. O, Ilox
No. 207." 5'JO t(
TO LET or LEASE
rpilK Rcsldeiieo of Mr. A.
X Lone;, In Pauoa Vallev.
I Apply to
01 King St., over J, Nott's Morn.
NOTICE to HOUSEMEN!
rpbo Colchrated Rtin-
naudoiili" will rttiiud
this season at the
-- Voodlawu Dalrv:
term 8110. For furl her particular
spply ut tho Daliy. i)5 3ii
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Ass
Society of tho United States,
Are now yelling their Howls, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with eveiy Bond.
Tito following aru a few of tho 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.
Tltu Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and Us
From the JVeio Tori Stin, April -Uh, 1800.)
Tho Largest Uusiut'BS Ever Transacted by u LU'o Assur
The new businesH of the Equitable Lifo Assurance Society of New
York for the lirst quarter of thu present year is reported to exceed Firrr
Million' Doli.aks. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the iftur, antl is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
lt?l tifonnnlioti cheerfully furnished lo any who will Tvritu to or call
upon the undci signed al his olllcu.
ALEX. J. CARTWRBGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-00
CORNER HOTEL ,Xr
A GRAND RIBBON SALE
S3r FOR 3 DAYS
Will be Closed Out
Scg Gull in and get
We Desire lo Call
Tor Lubiicatins tho Valvos
ibw V RBOISJERED 'ySk t
VALVOLINL is nn earth oil specially prepared under tho highest steam
beat ami from which all ol.Uilo and earthy matter lnib been expelled by it
procenu which leaves a pine antl heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps tho cylinder and piaton packing perfectly clean. Thin
was tho Una 31inoi.il Oil intiodnccd for fitcam cylinders and has been in cou
btunt usu over eighteen years. ,
gfifWo iiIro manufacture Superior Machine aud Soindlo Oiln for all
clatbcs of machinery.
Ijconard &c 3E!lli,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Solo Agents. C0i 3m
E. R. IIjjndkv, I'rcHldeut & Manager.
Godkiikv UttowN, Secreuiry & Tretisurer.
HAWAIIAN HARD WARE. 00.,
Oppo. Sprcckelt' Itnnk, : JPort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Geni Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Oonuiuo Haviland China, plain and decorated; and "Wedg&wood
Piano, Library & Stand Lninpa, Oliandoliors fc Electoliors,
Lamp Fixturen of all kinds, A complete assortm't of Driih) & llea,
PLANTATION SDPPLIES Of ITER! DESCRIPTION !
The "Gazelle" il-wheeled .Riding Plow A Equa.lizor,
Ulucboard Rico Plow, Planttim' Steel & Goobeneckcd Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
1'itiiitH, Vaiuiiihcs Jt Brushes, Manila Sc. Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Xatowe, Irlone, Hose,
UUI111KR, WIUE-BOUND of superior quality, &, STEAM,
Agate Iron W.iro, Silver Plated Waro, Tablo & Pockot Cutlery,
Powtlor, Shot & Caps, The Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Carlridgea,
ITarfH Patent "Duplox" Die Stock for Pipe & Bolt Threading,
Hnrtman'B Steel Wire Pence Jb Steel "Wiro Mate,
Win. G. Plshor'd Wrought Steel Kauires
Gate City Stone Filters,
at a Great Sacrifice
Corner Kotol & Fort Sl.reots.
Your Mention To
and Cylinders of Steam Engines.
John Kna, Vice-President
Cucir. JUnowN, Auditor.
Procosa" TwLtt Drill,
NoaJ'a Carriago PalnU.
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