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WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 18'JO.
Stuir Klmtu from Maul and Hawaii
btmr la:ila fi'nin Kan .1
Schr Lukii Iioin iiiniinkiia
Sjhr KaMoliiom Puna
, , QUKAtltUIILb.
Stmr Kuula for Nawlllwill nud Huua-
lnaulu at 5 p m
Scbr Kiuilliu.i for Hnual
VhSStUi ttrtVlMu Tu-fAOHilUV!
Am bit Forest Queen. Mollo, for Sau
Scbr Kul.unauu for Hanapepe and Val
Suhr K.iullccaou 1 for llatupepa
From Sluul and Hawaii, p r steamer
Ktn.iu, July 2d From Volo.iuo: ..is
Rates, Miss Bates, W J Cox, 11 It Kloe,
B K .tillicii, jr, J 11 Thorn .3 and wile
W Thomas, .oiss houiiis, h bhdMill,
Miss Walsall, Mrs J W i'oitur, Mrs 11
Mather, Miss s a Vale, Miss L ..uhsou,
Miss F A Muudeubull, Antuun l'ciry,
Miss U DleU.-un, . lit A J one, Davis.
Fiom way poits: MrsL Khchuff, AiUs
O v cariei. Mutter 11 v; Caitei. V L
Hose, F 11 Matheis, Miss I'aulluu Rose,
W. G Walker, .1 Uuimdell-oii, A Tibbj,
Mr-J a 1 c. metis, Airs J Mautiel, j u
Akiu.1, G E bijnul, 11 11 ebb, .M s, L
Boilgui9,Ma terTNupoleon,b Hughes,
JL)r Geo ilcibiii, 11 lCuilicliiui, Miss
Miuy UiU. Mis Jl AMIvti, UU oklusoii,
jMiss a Di.heity, . ri DicUluson, iv K
Obayelti, Uipt D Tiivlor, l Taylor, .1
T.iylor, U L Wight mat 71 dcek.
l'rom Kauai pLrstiiir Kaaju. July 123
Mr A (Jiopp and wile, Hev I cniierjr.
For Kauai per j-tiur Mlknlud 1, Ju y 'Jti
-J iv hinlth, W 11 Staikey, Mis a S
Ciouuiiibeig, Mastcis Wat ilmu-c (3),
J U Liiue, Mrs Fountain and elilld, Mrs
J M Kealoha, Mls K Ke.tloha, Mrs J
Kinney, L Lav nud wife, O M DavK
U rt i'eaeoek, WT Ulcus, J II Kuiwl
and sou. Kcsmnna and Nee shun.
1-or Muni per stun- Llkelike. July 22
Mis' Ii win, Lr D.iy, -i Giunwnlu",
Mia J l'aliuorand elilldreti, J lowu,
J auudt'is and -011. K Muilcal, Mi:
l'a, JIrs 11 .aule, J K Nakookoo, Mr
t r ok and wilo, Mlsst'9 Uiool: (2), O It
M0V0I2I1, .1 K llauiiuii, l'Noam.dlle.
GAflCOES FRGM ISLAND PORTS.
. Stmr Iwalanl 32 8 b ig s g'ir.
elir Kaublua H00 bags Migar.
Stmr K nan 4755 bujjs supir, 422 bag
spudi, 35 bdls luuts, o boist-s. 1J!)
plietp. 211) pkiit suudiles. nud oU
case- pine apples.
Ftmr Ku.nu- U14 b.igssngirfinm Kauai
Sibr Luka IbUS bags Bugir frvin i.u-
Sebr hawallaul 9D0 bags lice from
The departure of lhu Anifiicim baik
Foresi Queen has beeii pos poued till
Tae brlc Oiiblr Oni-hcd 1 nloading
coal yei-teida alt ruoou audwasmoed
o..t hi tbe stieaui 10 uwaic siuar.
The iiawaliau batk-Laily l.ampson
"" was tikiug iu Migar fiom ilie stuumcr
KIikui thlj mo.nim. h. wl.l leave lor
ban tran. iseo wiily next week
'1 he sih xiuer Kulatuauii w 11 take to
morrow 101) tons of eoal lor uluicj
and In OUo feet lumbe for iiiiiinpepe.
Ti.e b.ukfiitlne Qnlt-kstep w s to
le.vu lIlIoAo-any wiih bu ar for Sun
"WOXD-Intblseity, Ju'y 2id, to the
wife ol Ueo. W ond. a son.
The closing exercises at Iolani
school wei e given on Fi iday last. 1 hi
schoolroom gaily diitsecl uibide unci
out with Hags fiom 11. B. M. S.
Acorn, woiu a fi stive appearauce,
an exeellenc pingrammc of somzs
and lieciiaiious was provided. Be
fore it commenced visitors had an
opportunity of examining the maps
and Ireehaud diawings exhibited on
the wall, and of forming their own
conclusions as to the solid pains
taking woil; thai had hecndoiic.ilur
iug the year. There were several
maps which would be a credit lo a
Government- Survey Department.
The progrannno was 1 endured
throughout 111 a manner that was
highly appreciated by the audience.
The singing conducted by the Rev.
V H. Barnes bore evidence ol care
The programme ended, .the
Bishop ol Honolulu pioceedcd lo
give uway prizes of merit, awarded
paitiy by the year's ma'ks, and
partly by an examination which had
just beeii held, the lesult of which
lihowed that Mr. John Bush had
coped successfully with the difllcul
ties ptcaenled by the differences of
nationality and age among Ids pupils,
and increased by the departure a
few mouths ago, on account ol
health, ot bis assistant teacher. The
prizes were given a- follows :
Conduct Geo. V. Clark, Law
Tung, ttccond division Ah Shun,
Sam Manu, Frederick Wiigbt, C.
SiciiHon, Ales. May.
Religious knowledge Joseph B.
Cook. 2ml Lionel Hart, Geo. V.
Arithmetic Law Tang, Ah Fook.
Grammar Gio. W. Clark.
Handwriting Geo. N. I'aniewa.
Recitation Albert Ha ris.
Freehand and map drawing Ten
Map drawing Law Tang.
Fret hand drawing (Junior) Ah
Shun, Geo. V'right.
The occasion was honored by the
presence of the Chief Justice, and
the Pies. dent ot the Board ol Edu
uclluu. '-u.1 j
The fire police company met at
the hull towt-r lust night, and aflcr
routine bubiuets retohed that it Was
tbu duty of the organization to toulo
dow'u to preparing itself for ititelli
po.it nudellkiont woik at firen.
LQOAI, & GENERAL KW3.
AtUtUTon pcara can bo bail of
Mr. Turner, llilo, at live dollars pci
IIlLO cxpeiieiicul a chort but
benvy fliock of oarthqiial.w on lltu
Tub Cnu-inV Society will meet at
Dr. Ikckwillfs, Saturday evening.
At tliu 1111 utiny of Myelin Lodge,
K, of P., to-night, I ho anipllllod third
degieo will be coiifetred.
....... ...... mm .. ..mm.m.
Mr. Jus, F. Morgan will hold bis
regular uuh 9 tie lu-niorrow, nt 10 u.
in. A variety of good will bo oilbicd.
Muslim umleiwunr, fliildicns'
drurH, and hieo enpx ;m among the
specialities now oUWing for talo at
the Tenipln of Fashion.
Tin: Kinnti will ! delniucd until 4
o'clouk p. 111. un Fridny next, to en
able icsidoiits on M"atii and Hawaii
lo get their foreign mail pur S. S.
Tnn"Vave," the Olmileston paper,
pubh-liod weekly, may be subset ibed
for by anybody ashore a? wvll ns on
boaul. The jirico U 113 0 nta per
month, and the little paper is good
value for the money.
The supper at Queen llmmn Hull,
last night, for the benefit of tbe
Suitors' Homo fund, w.is exeelli'iit,
and the number of poicoiisati ending
exeeede.l expeelntiims. Fifty c. nis
w.ib eharged, for wiiiih good value
Mb. L. J. Levey Fay-, the furniture
s.ilo to-inoriow morning at 10 a.m.,
at tbu reM'dence of S. F.bilich, King
hticet, will bo the finest lot ovei sold
under the humniei'; one pair of
"phiitot." will bo ollVntl for sale of
which the original oil painting was
sold at the h-st Finis exposition for
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Services at St. Andiew's Cathe
Services at Central Union Church,
Drill Co. C. Honolulu Rifles,
Oaliti Lodge, K. ofl, 7:30.
Mjslie Lodge, K. of P., 7:30.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Rear Admiral Brown, U. S. N.,
visiteil the Legislature yesterday
afternoon, oecupving a chair beside
lis Excellency John A. Cummins,
Minister of Foreien Affairs.
.Noblo Maraden propo?es to raise
some slight bunier to the peripatetic
and voluble life insurance drummer.
Ilia success will make life more
worth living, in the rural districts
II. II. Webb, P. C, of the Oaliu
Lodge, installed ollleera of Ivy
Lodge No. 0, K. of P., Ivohala, for
the corn nt term as follows:
F. L. Leslie, P. C.
Frank Northrup, C. C.
W. J. Hrodie, V. (J.
C. J. Falk, K. or R. & S.
R II. AtkiiH, M. F.
G. P. Tullock, M. E.
C. E. Keiupster, Pi elate.
Asbford .Spencer, I. G.
I. Gardiner, O. G.
The lodgj got through its work at
one o'clock a. m., and then mjoyed
the ho-jpitalily ot the worthy Vice
Chancellor at his reddence, in musi
cal and physical refreshments.
The operatla 'The Rose of Au
vergnu" and the comedy, "Forbid
den Fiuit," were on the boards last
night at the Opcia House. The
characters in both plays were hand
somely sustained. The leading re
pMiseutations were made by Me-srs.
Hamilton, Gates and Bell and Miss
Carmen. The binding in the op
era tta was loudly applauded. As
the plot of "Forbidden Fruit" de
veloped, the situations became de
cidedly sensational and their pro
duction highly realistic. Bandmas
ter Berger led the orchestra accom
paniments to the songs and tilled in
between acts with lively airs. The
company announce "The Maid of
the Mill" for Thursday night.
GREAT STORM IN HILO.
The Hilo Record reports a heavy
south-easteily Hiorm in that locality
on the Oth and 10th iust. Streets
in Hilo were made nhno3t impassable
from the ton cuts rushing over them.
The Wniluku river roao to within
four feet of the chains of the bridge.
Much damage was done on the plan
tations, bridges and Hume trestles
being can led away .and young cane
wah'!il out. .At Waliiaku one of
the flume trestles near the mill was
carried awav, leaving the Humes and
upper portion of the bridge hanging.
A Jap tried to cross it and the whole
thing gave way, and he fell CO feet
into a raging sticam and was carried
down to the sea. Fortunately a ka
naka was near there and breasting
the waves lescued the Jap although
nearly drowned. Some small houses
in Hilo were moved by the fieshet.
The Vaiolamu river broke into a
raging torrent through the new
canal, that pioved not large enough
for Hood purposes, At Papalkou
1 he lauding was swept out to eca.
Butlett's tannery in the Puhihai
gulch had a side of the building
carried uway. The bridge between
Kuwaluui and Pepcckeo on the Gov
ernment loatl was swept away and
much damage done to the Kawainul
DAJX. iRfJLLJffrJJJh iiOOLUtlJ. U. U
f he wmm
'WEnNTSDAT, July 23.
Thn Homo opened at 10 o'clock.
Noble Cornwell, on suspension of
the rules, pre-ented a petition from
13 merchants of llonoltlu, prnyiim
that their claims against 11. It. II.
Llkelike funeral be paid. He moved
it be referred lo a seleet committee.
Rep. Kalua said these claims wore
those rejected by the last Legisla
turt and moved petition bo refenod
to the judiciary committee. Carried.
Rep. Kalua presented a pitition
from Knkaako, for an electric light
and water pipes. Public hinds corn
Rep. A. S. Ilcffncr, petition from
Noitu Illlj, for increases in salaries
of postmaster, mail carrier, and dis
ttiet justice. Laid on table to bo
considered with Appropriation Bill.
That Dr. Lutz bo appointed Pres
ident of the Boaul of Health.
Noble Pirn, from Honolulu, that
the Honolulu Rille and all military
companies be dUbiudcd and their
arms and aecoutreuicntb turned over
to the Government. Military com
mitlee. That the Cabinet have two
llawaiiiin members instead of one.
Judicial v committee.
Rep. Apiki, from Hanalei. Kauai,
that all loreign Government physi
cians be diomissed because they
cjiinot cure leprosy. Laid on table
on motion of Rep. Waipuihuii. That,
the vaccination law be repealed.
Tabled for consideration with bill.
Rep. Cummings, that the people
be allowed to take wood from Gov
ernment lauds. Public lands com
mittee. nr.r-ouTS of commiiti:i:h.
Rep. Cummings presented reports
of the committee on public lauds
and internal improvements a3 fol
lows: Gn a petition to allow people to
cut trees on Government lands, re
commending it be laid on the table.
On n petition for a road from Niu,
that it be laid on the table, as the
road is considered unnecessary.
On a petition that gates he remov
ed from public roads, that it bo re
ferred to the Minister of the In
On a petition that Kukui street
be extended to Lilitia street, that it
be granted. L.iid on the table to
be considered with the Appropria
On a petition for u new street
from 1 he junction of Judd and Lili
ha streets to Wilder street, the com
mittee came to the conclusion that
the opening of said street would
make new building sites, and re
commended that it be gianted.
Laid on the table to bo considered
with the Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Nawalii called the committee
on the public buddings repair item
lo meet to-morrow morning.
President Walker appointed No
ble Phillips instead of Noble Berger
on the lire limits, the latter asking
to be excused as an interested party.
He appointed, us the special com
miltee on the dipsomaniac bill,
Reps. Kalua, Brown, Marcpics, No
ble J. M. Homer, Minister Peterson.
Rep. Lucas from the committee
presented printed copies of answers
by the President of the Board of
Education to questions by Rep. Ka
hookano. Noble J. M. Homer asked and
was gi anted further time for the
committee on the mtil service.
Rep. Paehaole called the leper
visitation committee to meet alter
Minister Brown presented the
answer lo question by Rep. Brown
on quantities of alcohol withdrawn
from the Custom House for mc
chauical and medical purposes. Re
ferred to committee on commerce.
Minister Cummins presented a
reply to the questions put to him
July 22, by Rep. R. W. Wilcor.
"To the first four questions the
Cabinet consider that it is not in
keeping with public policy that the
quantities of arms now in possession
of the Government fahould be made
'The military committee has had
access to all sourcess of information
in this and kindred subjects, and if
they should consider it advisable to
lay these matters before the House
they will doubtless do so in their ic
port. "In regard to question 5, nothing
was taken that the Ministry have
any knowledge of.
"In icply to question C: In ac
cordance with tho provisions of
Chapter XXV. of Session Laws of
1888, ihey are subject to the orders,
and under tho geucial supervision
and control ot the Minister of For
eign Affairs' It is not deemed ex
pedient for the public welfare that
the actual places of deposit or
storage should be publicly made
"In reply to question 7: The
unifoim is not in the possession of
His Majesty's Government but iu
that of Ills Italian Majesty's Gov
ernment. On 21st October, 1889,
the lute Minister of Foreign Affairs
received a despatch fiom F. A.
Schaefer, Esq., Italian Consul iu
this city, staling that ho had re
ceived a despatch fiom II. I. M.'s
Minister of Foreign Affairs, iu which
Ills Excellency lofcrs to Robert
Wilcox in the following words:
' 'The royal Minister of War
communicates to mo in regard to
I Xhhiti Wilcojfi that tbo fca.no t'
ftdmlitcu in 1835 into tua Koyjii
School ot' Artillery with tho attthor
isAUon to wear tho unifonu of sub
lieutenant of artillery of the Royal
Exercltio. Such authorization was
naturally to cease with the return of
Wilcox to his own country, having
tlnluhed Ida studies and not belonging
to lhu Exercilio Jlaliano he had no
right lo put on said uniform. You
will please inform II. II. M.'s Gov
ernment of the foregoing and you
may keep the sequestered unifotni
of Wileox iu deposit nt tho Royal
"The Consul then requested the
assistance of His Majesty's Govern
ment to carry out the instuiulioiiti
of the Italian Government. The
ex-Minister of Foreign Affairs, after
consultation with his colleagues,
handed lo Consul Sclinefcr the
uniform, and the Depntlmeiit of
Foreign Affairs holds the leccipt for
the samu under the Consul for
Italy's signature! and the Royal Con
sulate seal dated Nov. o, 1880.
"In regard to the sword, the only
recoid in the Department that refers
to it is iu a report made by Col. V.
V. Asbford, iu which, while refer
ring to the sunenderof Mr. Wilcox
to him on July 30, 18S0, he says,
'I noticed he wore a military uni
form, sash, and sword, also a re
volver and cartridge belt. These
latter lie handed to me. Gn March
19, 1890, Mr. Wilcox was notified
by Mr. Austin that the sword had
never been iu this Department."
Hep. R. W. Wilcox asked for a
copy of the repoit. He was sur
piised at the retention of his uni
form by the Consul. He paid for
that uniform himself. Perhaps ho
had no right to wear it, but never
theless it belonged to him.
Rep. Riekard gave notice of a bill
to extend the jurisdiction of the Dis
trict Justice of Ilnmakua.
The same member was about to
move a re&olulion Wtilialing a bill
relating to Ihe judiciary, based on
the report of the judiciary commis
sion of 1SS7, but dropped it on
being informed by Minister Brown
that the wliojo matter wasyc3terday
referred to the select committee on
Minister Brown, under suspension
of rules, had his bill to provide for
expenses of the Government till
Sept. 30, KS00, read u second tune
and pr.sscd, to be read a thiid time
Rep. Kahooknno presented a
resolution for S1000 to build a
bridge in Kohala. Tabled for con
sideration with the Appropriation
Rep. Apiki read a fust time by
title his bill to amend the law re'.al
ing to internal taxes.
OKDMt Of TUB DAY.
The House went into committee
of the whole on the Appropriation
Bill, Rep. Bush in the chair.
Noble Phillips moved the com
mittee adopt the rules' of the House.
Rep. Kalua objected that only the
House could pass the motion.
Landing and buoys, Hawaii,
Rep. Wcipuilani, after getting
details from the Miuistcr of ihe In
terior, moved the Hera be referred
to a aoloet committee.
Rep. Brown moved ihe item pass.
If this was referred all the items ot
the bcnes would have to be re
ferred. Noble Iacnberg (ironically)
moved that the whole Appropria
tion Bill be referred to a special
committee. It would perhaps save
Rep. Kahookano advocated ref
erence, as there was nothing for in
cidentals. Ministc'- Brown pointed out that
there was an item of $15,000 for
landings and buoys generally. It
would take a committee weeks to
get information. There were over
thirty memhers now in select com
mittees on this bill.
Rep. Kanealii spoke of charges to
the public for landing fi eight at
Rep. Apiki said the wharf at Ho
uuapo was free.
Hup. Paehaole thought the item
for Molokai was inadequate, and a
committee was required.
Rep. Riekard had a resolution for
$2000 for repair of a wharf at Ka
wuihuo but ho saw no mention of it.
He moved that the item bo increased
52000 for that wharf.
Minister Biown understood the
wharf at Kawaihao was private pro
perty, nnd ho did not believe the
Government should upend money
on pilvate property.
Rep. Riekard said that objection
would apply to every wharf on the
Noble Burcliardt thought the
lion, member should bring in an
item to build n new wharf, as hit
could not see how $2000 could be
expended in repairing that wharf.
Passed as in the bill.
Landings and buoys, Maui, 82,
000. Minister Spencer in answer to
Rep. White gave particulars.
Rep. While moved it pass. Car
Landings and buoys, Molokai,
Landings and buoys, Oahu, $15,
000. Miniter Spencer, in answer to
Rep. Brown, bald there was nothing
for Koolauloa. It was a lump bum
Landings and buoys, Kauai,
JUi.U 0 MttfU
Lar. lings r.mt bUOyS,
Rep. Lucas moved $20,000, as .1
petlton W'i3 oil dilating for t; light at
Minister Spencer, in reply to Rep.
ICnhookano, said tbe item was based
on expenditures of past period.
F111 ther on $10,000 moie would he
asked S80OO for u new lighthouse
t Mtikapu, Oahu, and S7oU0 for a
new one at Kahului-, Maui.
Rep. Luea'i witiidrcw his motion,
Makupu being the Hawaiian name
for Black Point.
The item pns'ed.
Steam lug, 82S.00O.
Minister .Spencer nsplained that
S 10,000 was needed for n new
Rep. Lucas wauled lo know who
authorized that now boiler, as no
appropriation wa3 made.
Dredging Honolulu harbor $1."),
000. Noble Ctabbc was going to move
for an ineiense.
Rep. Marques asked if that was
Minister Spencer decidedly
thought it was not, and would move
ihe Pem be passed over until See. 3
of the bill was reached. Carried.
Roads and bridges, Hawaii, $31,
500. Minister Spencer gave details.
Rep. Brown moved it pass, as
this was an extra appropriation to
the road tax. Carried.
Roads and bridges, Maui, $19,
000. Rep. Kanealii moved $21,000, so
as to include $2000 for a bridge at
Rep. Kalua moved to further in
crease the item to $25,000 fo as to
provide for two bridges on tho road
to fllaalaea Hay.
Noble J. M. Horner advised cau
tion iu view of tariff legislation ap
prehended at Washington. He had
hcaid that orders had issued to
plantation managers to reduce their
valuations for assessment 25 per
cent, this year on tint account.
Possibly iti'ms for those bridges
could be postponed.
Noble Cornwell argued that these
bridges were a necessity and the
item ought to be increased.
Recess from 12.05 to 1 :30.
This morning in tho Supreme
Court, a juiy w'.ib empaneled to try
the South Soa Islander, Lui, for the
murder of (J. Hiram. The trial pro
ceeded this afternoon.
Auction Sales by James . aorgaii.
Regular Bash Sale I
TO-MORROW, July JMlli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At my Salesroom, Qnetii street, I will
sell at Pub.le Auction,
DRY GOODS, DRESB GOODS,
F.nots & Shoes,
Tailor (ioinls. A large variety of
.U,xel! G roccries,
fcacas fcugir, Kte., lite.
Also, a lot of
pdn & Wlie AlattrabiM,
J.cathfi Covered Chair.
15. V. Dining Tiibk-s, Etc,
JAS. V. 3IORGAN,
m A1MJP HOUSE
L. J. Li:vcv, : : Lessee.
Omit Piiii.mi-s. : Manaokii.
IlAititv Jtici.i., : Staok Dihkctok.
W. Dkxtick, : i Pnoi'EivriEs.
K. U. Mayiiew, -. Machinist.
Tiili Gaiety Cupt
POSITIVELY ImAST WEEK
Ol tlio SuitHon !
Thursday Evening, July 24th.
First production In ibis city of the
Vcaiillful Doiuemlc Dramn,
"Tho Maid oMIie Hill"
Cast to the full strength of tho
Cf" Plan for icserved xcats for any
night of tho s ason can bo secured tit
the oillee of L. J. Levey, cor. Foil and
Queen Situ 012 '.it
Mystic Lodge No, 2, K. of P.
TIIK Ampllllcd Tlil.d Rank will be
eonfeired THIS (VuhnsnlrtV)
EVENING by the regular loam. Ail
cpmlined r.ro invhol to attend.
012 it C. O.
TVTOTICE Isheieby given tint I will
XN pay no bills fontiaetrd by Mis.
Itehccc.t Panee I'uuku without my
J. ALPItED MAQOON.
Honolulu, July 11, 18J0. CU3 lw
NOW IS THE TIME I
Vi'B IP n fi
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bunds, nnd upon easy terms. Tho additional
turn of Insurance gocf witli every Bond.
Tho following arc a few of the many attractive forms offered by
otiginal and progressive Coinpnny:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, LTC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and IU .
From the Ae? VurJi- Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
Tlx Largest Bnsincjns Ever Transacted by ti SAVo Aubut-
The new business of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society of Now
York for the first quarter ot the present year is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dou,Aiis. This is at the rate of Cico humlnul mflions vf assur
ance fut tut yea); and is unprecedented in the nunaU of life assurance.
XeSrlnforraulion cheei fully furnished to auy who will write to or call
upon the undui signed at his oillee.
ALEX. J. OARTWRBGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Socictv
of" tho U. S. Jan-1-90
COKJJ.ER nOTlSL &
GRAND -:- BAMAIN -:- SALE
FOR OELY 1
Our J3u.tiio fcst-oclc of
Will be Offered at a Croat Sacrifice. Alsr,
Children's Dresses & Lace Caps.
S3 Do Not Miss tlie Sale. -
G00 lot Corner Hotel & Fort Strofitc.
isire to Call
For Lubricating tho Valves
VALYOLIKE is an earth oil specially prepared under the highest steam
heat mid from which all volatile and earthy matter lus been expelled by a.
piocegy which leaves a pure and heavy oii, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps tho eylioder and piston packing peileetly clean. This
tas llio iiifct .Mineral Oil intioduced for steam cylinders and has been in con
stant ueo over eighteen years.
Wo altso manufacture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
classes of machinery.
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HONOLULU IBON WORKS
E. It. IlENUiir, President & Manager.
Qoukiiey Buown, Secrcmry & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppn.SpreekelH' Rank, : Fort Street, Ilouolnln.
1 IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine- Havilaud China, plain and decorated; and "Wedgwood
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Oato City SUmo Filter,
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nov-20-80 Ncul'u Carriage PalnU.
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Your Attention To
and Cylinders of Steam Engines.
CO., Sole Agents.
John Ena, Vice-President
Ceoii. Uhown, Auditor.
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