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THURSDAY, JULY SI, 181)0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
VaVuU Vitrei July 10, 1SC0,
A. M. I'. M.
Lewc Honolulu 8 : J .. lilii
Arrive Hoi.oulliitl 10;n.' :t:0!
LiAvo llonoutiull 10 nM :i:iT.
Arrive Honolulu 1 lifts !:"."
Slmr U It lllhoi fioin clicutl of O.ilm
Slmr l'uiiulhui fioin San lllego
HI. AdonN finm liK-uiou
Stiiir James Mnl.ru fioin ICnpaa
Willi' .I A Cummins from Kuolim
July 2 1
rVlir l.ukti for Kohnhi
Selir Kuwnll.iul fiirKoolun
Am lk Potest Queen. Mollr, for Sun
Si'lir Kulainuiui fur lhiuupepe nnd Will-
BiTir ICaulki:ioiill for Ilansipepc
VESSELS IEAVIHU TOMORROW.
Stinr Kinuu for Ulloaud way pints at
2 ii in
Slmr iwiilnni for Lahalna aud Ilaina-
kiui at 10 u m
St mr Jas Mukeu for Kipaa nt I p id
Stun O It BHiup for allium, Wuhduii
and ICoolau at U a in
Si'lir Kti Moi for Uainakiia
From Wuiulua and Wiiianae. pertinr
OK bishop, July SJ--Mr Da-y and 18
Km in Sail Diego, pur Miur Funallon.
July2.-0 11 P.ui-s, W M Glnty and
Fioin Knpaa, per -lmr Jas Makcc,
July y-t Mr Wade.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sthr Ka Moi SfiOO raihoad tics,
Stun-(J H itlshup t:i3 Iiiil's rice, 101
bags bran, -HO bags paddy, 210 lugs
sugar and US7 sundries.
Slmr Jas .Mukce- L'ftOO bag, sugar.
FOREICM VESSELS 111 PDItT.
11 U M S Acorn, Polbud, from a oiuKo
USl'Sl liai lesion, ltear-Ailniiiiil (ieo
Brown, from San Fiaiiulsuo
U S SNipic. ilcCurley, Horn llilo
Am bk Ophir liom !m ensile, N S V
Am bgtne W G lrwln, J li MeCilllocli,
Iroui San hranuiuo
Kieneli Kingship Duboiirdiou, Admiral
Itogiinultilu rienieull. trom Yuku-
Am bk J D Bryant, J 11 .laeobsuu, finm
Ibiw bk Lady l,iiui nn, V O Sodeigien,
from Sim Kranelhco
Am 1-instd bchr Kubui t Lew crs P W
I'enhallow, tiom Sun Krauelfico
FOREIUH VESSELS EXPECTED.
11 B M S Nymph fiom DiltMi Columbia
11 B M KlaL'Mnp Waitipitu fioin liihtl.-li
Br ship Ulengtlcld sailed fioin Liver
pool Apr It), due Aug -'t
Ger bk Adonis horn Brouieii
Ger bk Kaust, fioin New Yoik via Bi.i-
Uk Uuele John, from Newcastle, due
Br bk Bilker from London, sailed Apr
lfi, due Aug 2't
Am lik Alden Besse, llownid, from San
Kranckeo (for Kalinin!), due June
Tern W 8 Bowne, Bhihm, from San
Kianeisco due iitMaliiiUoim July 1!)
Br bk Gervnu from Liveipool, Bulled
May 10, due Sept lo-:iU
Haw S S ClmiUiiiu from Glasgow
Am hi; Albert, Winding, trom S.m
Kranclsco duo Aug I
It M S ii Ze.daiidla, Otcrendorp, from
the Colonies en route to San Kian
eisco duo July 25
It M S S Maripoa, Ilayward, from San
Kraaelseo en route to the Colonies
due August 1
0,S S Australia, Houdlcttc. from San
Francisco due July '!"
The steamer Australia Is due about
noon to-inoirow from San Kiaucbco,
Tlie German bark AdonN, Captain C
Briuie, arrived off port lust night, 20S
days from Hi emeu which poir slio left
on Dec 28, 18&H. Ibid exceedingly
rough weather the flrst 80 days out,
compelling her to put Into Dover for re
pairs. Left Dover Feb 2, 181)1', and
crossed the Hue March ICtli. Passed
Stateu Island on thu 4th of May, there
had rough weather for two weeks, the
u'ii wiiehlng away every moveable thing
from the deck. She was :ii days round
lug Cnjie lloru from 00 south to 60
south. Crossed the equator hi the l'ael
lie In long 125 V on July U. Sighted
Maul July 22 and arrived off port July
23. Shu brings a general cargo of mer
chandise coiibigned to Messrs II Jlaek
feld & Co.
The American bnik Forest Queen
sailed for San Fiaucisco early tills
morning with thu following ciiroi 0
Biewer & Co, 7001 bags sugar; Then
II Davles & Co, S1471 bags sugar: K A
Schiiefer A; Co, 2050 bags sugar. Totals:
14,0'Jl bags sugar, b'57 tons, domestic
The. steamer Fnrrallon, Captain S
Uouullleld, nriivcil yesteiday evening,
10 days from San Diego. Had pleasant
weather and light winds thu entile
passage. She brings a full cargo of
geucral merchandise. Tlie Kaiiallon
ejinos condgued to McssisLli'lugsiiuie,
Clinic & Co.
On Saturday next, July 20th, the
Ktva Plantation Co., will uxhibit a
volume of water from live 10 inch
artesian wells, all turned into one
large water course made for the pue
posc. It will be a sight well worth
becing, especially for those who op
posed the idea thai water could be
obtained for irrigating the great
llonoiiliuli plain. The Oalm Hail
way & Laud Company will run their
trains on that day at excursion rates,
carrying passengers within 50 feet
of the head waters of the "Artesian
LOCAL & QGHErS HEWS.
FiiKflll frnzrii oysters nl Nulte's to
rn ui iov.
A iop buggv in for mmU1 sit the Club
Tin: Cousins' Pociely will meet nl
Dr. Ileukwith's, Huluiday evening. Ill
Tin: li.uk Adonis, just at i i nl fmin
Entnpe, has huitight new good foi
II. W. .Schmidt A- Sons.
Tin: (Senium Consul aihuillres for
infoimatitm fimcciuing the wlii'ic
uliolits of persons mimed.
A I'HAKTON nml ii brake at tin Ha
waiian Cimiugu Manufactory will be
sold if not (Tilled for wilhin ton days.
Lit, Iho South Sou Islander, who
shot ami killed C. llirnni, has been
found guiliy of minder by a foicif-.il
Mu K. S. Snclis spcc'ilic in hi
now adveiliheiiieiit n variety of useful
and oriiiiinenlal ui tides of wear for
Tin: Mt't'liaiiif-t' and Woiking
niun'b 1'olit.ieitl Protective Union will
meet at ICuights of Pythias Hall to
inuiiow o ( 1 1 i 1 1 jjc , ut 7 :!.().
Mr. J. Ailan is (lie compiler of a
Hawaiian and 10 n n 1 i .-1 1 Kimy boo);. It
is on Milu at the bookt-toie.s and at
Mr. .1..). Williams' tut pillory.
Tin: supper ut Queen Emma Hall,
on Tuesday evening, netted $200,
which amount has been lumbal to
Mi.T. It. Walker, TreaHiier of the
Suiloift' Home fund.
The Kitiau will arrive at Honolulu
from either islands on the morning; of
Piiday, Aug. 1st, to connect with
the Australia, which will leave for San
Kinnciseo at noon of that day.
Tiik l)ri.i.i:Tix Su.m.mauy piiblihbod
on Tuesday last ha the week's ic
poit of the Teaelieis' Convention,
with the full text of the Inspcclor
Cieni'i ill's opening addle.-?, anil wind
ing up with the exclusion to I5w:i.
TniiTivoli Conip'y will entertain at
the Oper.i Mouse this evening. The
coinie opera, 'The Hose of St. Klein,'
and the "Miiid of the Mill," consti
tute the propamine. It should he
leineniliered thut the .season's uiiiuse
inent i.s drawing ton close, and thir.
is next to one ol the last peiforiiiunce
to ho given.
Tin: Road of Health will only
giant permits, to accompany the
legislatuio committee to Molokai, to
those mentioned in the lesolution of
the House, viz. : Dr. Lul-. and other
pli.Vhioians, aud any uiemhei.s of the
Legislature besides the committee.
The expedition will leave Friday
evening, letuiniug Sunday morning.
Tin, public is as.stned that, the
leetuie of Dr. Case this coning will
be both entertaining and iustiuctive.
Ho has wondeifnl skill in rending
character, both by .sight ami through
his Unguis. This is thu only time
he will appear bufoiu a Honolulu
audience. Lot him have a worthy
reception. At the Y. M. C. A. Hall,
7 tfO o'clock. Admittance 50 ct.s.
A i'ui:liminary meeting was held
at the Hawaiian Hotel, last evening,
to oigauizu a Gun Club, for the pui
poso of tbo preservation of game, to
compel observance of game laws and
spoiling licenses, to seek importa
tion of game birds and help from the
Legishituie, Planteis, and otheis,
and to obtain funds to assist by re
wauls in enforcement of gnnio laws.
Quite a number were present and
look a lively inteiest in the matter.
Another meeting will be hold next
Monday evening, when many othois
iuteiented are expected to attend.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Tivoli Company at. the Opera
Kamehainelia Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S. It., at 7 :.().
Drill Co. A. Honolulu ltilles,
Meeting Cheqs Club, 7:,10.
Lecture on Phrenology, at Y. M.
C. A., at 7:30.
VISIT TO THE CHARLESTON.
Her Majesty Queen Kapiolani, ac
companied by the Vicc-Clumiher-laii),
J. W. ltobcrtson, Esq., Mrs.
J. W. Robertson, Mrs. J. I. Dow
sclt, Mrs. S. Parker, Mrs. II. Mac
farlane, and Airs. Haalelea, visited
the U. S. Flagship Chat lesion, this
morning. The company was con
veyed from Brewer's wharf to the
ship in one of the ship's steam
launches. The Nlpsic and the
Acorn manned jnrds. Her Majesty
and company were shown over thu
ship, and look a keen interest in the
elaborate appointments of the mng
niflcnt vessel. The Queen llred off
one of the guns.
P. Turrill nnd J. M, Vivas, in
spectors of election, were brought
up in the Police Court on tho 2,lrd,
charged with violating the election
law, by not allowing J. Ktiiuiioo to
vote, and T. W. Hobron and J.
Shaw, inspectors of election, were
charged with violating the same law
by not allowing N. K. Gcdgo to
vote. The case was continued this
morning and judgment was render
ed at 3 o'clock this afternoon. All
tour wero found guilty and sentence
was suspended until moved on, tho
defendants giving their cognizance
to appear when called for.
An appeal was noted by W. O.
.Smith to the Court in banco, for J.
.Shaw and T. W. llobrou. 1 Tur
i ill and J. M. Vivas each noted an
appeal to the .Supremo Court. A
second charge against T. W. Hob
ron and J. Shaw was continued un-
l.tll moved on,
DALLY. liULLETJ: IKUJ.ULU, 11 l:,"
TmiiifiUY, July 21.
The llouso opened at 10 o'clock.
ltep. Kickaid lead a flr.sl lime by
tit lu his hill to piovide for a Police
Justice for the disliict of Hamakua.
Alinisler Peterson read tilirsl, time
his bill to amend the unlttralU'ilion
The same member also read a Hist,
time his bill to amend thu law relat
ing to the drawing ot talesmen for
Noble W. V. llornrr said he in
troduced a bill July 10 which he
found defective, and he anked leave
to substitute another bill.
After discussion by Minister
Drown and Hop. Lucas, chairman of
the printing committee, Hie Noble
was allowed to lead his new bill,
which was to amend the law regulat
ing the sale of spirituous liqiiois.
lir.i'flirrs or commii.tui:s.
Itep. Paehaolu, on suspension of
the liiles, read the repot t of the
select committee on claim of A. L.
Kainau for S"'0 for putting a fence
round the couithousu at Lahaiua in
1S87. They were satiblled, by in
fot inaliou from Itobert Hoapili
Biil'er, the then Governor of Maui,
that the claim was just and theru
ioic recommended that an item be
inserted in the Appropiiatiou Bill to
meet it. Laid on table to be con
sidered with the bill.
Noble Cornwell presented the re
port of the select committee on the
bill to license the manufacture and
sale of poi and paiai. They found
the first section unconstitutional, as
it makes the carrying on of a lawful
bubiucas discretionary with a second
person, the Minister of the Interior.
The licensing of Eitch a business
does not conic within the province
of the police power of the Govern
ment (Vol. VII. Hawaiian Reports).
The third and fourth sections con
tain wholesome provisions, but com
mittee consider il should be made
one of the duties of the health
olllcers to prevent the manufacture
aud sale of adulterated food. They
therefore recommend that the bill
be laid on the table until a measure
is presented to the House conform
ing to their findings. Sicucd by
W. II. Cornwell, 11. G. Crabbe, .7.
T. Baker, Thos. It. Lucas.
ltep. Cummings, introducer of
the bill and one of the committee,
did not agree villi the conclusion
that the bill was unconstitutional.
He was willing to baye the bill
tabled, if that would not prevent
another bill being introduced.
Noble J. M. Homer reported from
the select committee on mail con
nections. The two local steamship
companies have agreed to the fol
lowing arrangements: The Wilder
Steamship Co. will have the Kinau
arrive at Honolulu on Friday morn
ing instead of Saturday, the week
that the S. S. Australia leaves for
San Francisco. This will make the
necessary connection with that por
tion of Hawaii visited by the Kinau
and the outgoing mail by the S. S.
uifciraun wmeu uercioiore coimi
net be made. Thu company do not
see their way clear to have the Like
like arrive at Honolulu on Saturday
morning instead of Sunday for
various reasons. This, however,
does not make any vory great differ
ence, as cither tlie Hall or the Kinau
touches every week alMaalaea Baj',
and letters from Maui for San Fran
cisco scut by cither of these vessels
will be forwarded by the steamer
from the Colonies, and letters sent
by the Likelike arriving Sunday
morning will be forwarded by tho
S. S. Australia leaving the following
Friday. The company further agree,
whenever so requested by tho Postal
Bureau, to land the Kohala mails at
Mahukona, by any of their Hama
kua boats that may be leaving after
the arrival of a foieign mail, for a
remuneration of 823 for each ser
vice so performed.
The Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company cannot very well ar
range to have the Mikahala arrive
Saturday morning instead of Sun
day, but are willing to accommodate
as much as possible with the other
bouts running to Kauai, in the mat
ter of foreign muils to and from
that island. They, also agree to
have the Hall arrive on Friday
morning instead ot the . nlteruoon of
the day the Australia leaves, which
will make the necessary connections,
and whenever required they will
land the Kohala mails by the Iwa
Inui at Haptiu for a remuneration of
S25 each lime the scrvicu is per
formed. The committee recommend an ap
propriation of 1000 be added to
tlie items for 1 he Postal Bureau, to
enablo the Postmaster-General to
carry into effect this offer of
By direction of the President
Secretary read the reply, ot
President of the Board of Educa
tion to a request for information on
the system of employing foreign
teachers, ,7. S. Baker of San Fran
cisco had assisted the Board in the
selection of teachers. He received
S27C.50 iu tho past two years, in
cluding payment of advertising,
postage, and cichango of remit
tances. Only verbal agreements
are made with teachers engaged in
San Francisco, and tlioy are for one
Hep. Lucaa for the printing com-
inlllce repotted a number of bills
Itep. Nawalii moved that, wlicrcn,
Hon. A. ltosa is a member of the
judiciary committee to whom the
opium matter was referred, and alto
was a member of the select commit
tee on the same matter, therefore,
in order to facilitate the wnik of the
judiciary committee, another mem
ber be elected to the judiciary com
mittee in place of the said A. ltosa
for the purpose of the opium inves
tigation. Hep. Lucas moved the lOMilution
be laid on the table till Mr. ltosa is
Itep. Nawahi did not cc that it
made any difference whether he was
in his seat or not. ltep. Rosa tried
to hinder thorn all he could in the
President Walker The hon. mem
ber is out of order, i'hu motion is
to lay on the table.
Motion to lay on the table lost.
President Walker I consider the
resolution out of order. It i.s to re
move one of the judiciaiy commit
tee. ltep. Nawahi said that evidently
the President did not want the in
vestigation to proceed.
Piesidont Walker Nothing of
the kind. 1 am quite certain that
when the lion, member comes in lie
Itep. Nawahi He would not re
sign last night when I asked him.
Itep. Pachaole moved to refer the
resolution to a select committee.
Noble Crabbe moved that a select
committee he appointed to investi
gate the passport frauds, whhich re
sulted in five pel sons being dis
charged from the Custom House.
ItOY.U. ASSI'.NT TO 1UI.I.S.
Minister Cummins announced that
it had pleased His Majesty to give
his assent to the following bills: To
provide for a Police Justice at Ma-
kawao. lo amend the passenger
tax law. To admit fertilizers free
oiidhi: or tiik iaa
Third reading of a bill to provide
for expenses of Hie Government till
Sept. 30, lS'JO.
Minister Brown moved the bill
Second reading of a bill to ptc
vont the counterfeiting of foreign
Passed, with amemdnients of com
mittee on commerce, on motion of
Second reading of bill to abolish
Deferred, on motion of Rep. R.
W. Wilcox, till the introducer is
Second reading of bill to prevent
Hawaiians leaving the kingdom
Rep. Wilcox moved it be referred
to the judiciary committee.
Rep. Cummings moved to lay it
on the table, because it interfered
with the personal liberty of Hawai
ians. Rep. Waipuilani moved to refer it
to a select committee.
Rep. Kalua supported the motion
to lay it on the table. It, put Ha
waiians in the same position as Chi
namen. ltep. Paehaolo wanted a select
committe. A bill should be either
passed or committed on second
Noble Crabbe opposed the bill,
speaking of the hardship it involved
Rep. Lucas said the bill should
be laid on the table or indefinitely
postponed. Out of 40,000 natives
only 200 had left tho country since
the former restrictions were abolish
ed. Hawaiians should have the lib
erty of leaving the country just as
they pleased. lie was going lo in
troduce a bill to remove restrictions
on the shipping of Hawaiians for for
Noble Pua said ho introduced the
hill because he had received many
letters from Hawaiians who had
been induced to go to Salt Lake and
wero now seeking assistance to re
turn. The restrictions were remov
ed in 1887, since when over 200
natives had left the country.
'1 he motion to refer to a
Recess from 12:0G to 1:30
HOUSE AUD LOBBY.
Rep. Nawahi failed to make per
formance connect with promise in
the opium scandal mutter. He pro
mised on behalf of the judiciary
committee to name the guilty per
sons not later than Wednesday.
That day anived and passed, but
not a word from McGuffy.
Noble Cornwell brandished an
esthetic fan yesterday, apparently
to ward off the draughts from the
Noble J. M. Horner was telling
tales out of school in discussing the
Appropriation Bill yesterday, The
tax assessors will take notice aud
govern themselves accordingly. But
the lion. Noble was away behind the
latest news about the American
TOP Buggy. Jlny
lu seen ut the
Club .Stables. lllll III
HAWAIIAN and English Song Hook,
arranged by Jack Alluu, of the
Quintette Club. Copies for sale, '-'.
cents each, at tho Hawaiian News Co.'s,
T. (J. TliruiuV and J. J. William's.
JULY 2J, ioi
We the undersigned tenchers after
having made a very pleasant tiip
over the line or the Onhii It. It. &
L. Co. desire to express our sense
of the great benefit this uudei taking
13 and has been lo thu country, and
our opinion that its extension would
be even of greater benefit.
John A Moore, M M Seott, Alex
Mackintosh, .1 F Scott, C Henry
white, O M Davis, C D Pringlo, I)
h Huntsman, W C Crook, F W
Yeats, L Van Ordcn, C S Arnold, A
Van C Gear, W T Lucns, John B
Olivieia, A St C PiUuiaia. Sam
Puteio, Jesse Mukainni, Ellsworth
Carey, M C Lane, F W Ilatdv, II
J Gallagher, J W Kratzer, K E
Yoike, D II Kahaulello, TP Harris,
Henry Dickenson, II W Peck, 11 W
Dryden, L N Doyle, L W Zumwalt,
B Kahoopne, T K 11 Amalu, Solo
mona Fuller, TH Gibson, Jno Van
Gicsen, C Andrews, J K Burkctt,
W I Milts, L E Imlay, II C Adams,
M F Scott, 1) L Lord,. Tas Donnelly,
P S Woolsov, J D King, B D
Mitchell, A J Wilson, Ed Quinn,
W B Slaikey, W A Yeats, G Kauhl,
.7 Nakaleka, J T Unea, J P Iwa, S
W Kaikiiahino, Ahr Kekino, F 11
Kauahi, G C Kenyon, P Kutnalae,
Thos Aiu, A J Kauhaihao, Jas P
The forgoing signatures were col
lected on the train as it neared
Honolulu, returning from the excur
sion to Ewa. Many lady teachers
wished to attach their names to the
document, but the train reached
Honolulu before the opportunity
Isenbcrg wlnl am
den 27 .lull, Yor-
inlttag- 11 uhr eineii Gottedlotist hi
dor Y. M. C. A. Hall abhalton.
Honolulu, 2.1 .lull, 1SW). 013 3t
rTMlE Steamer Kinau will
JL arrive in Honolulu on
Friday morning, Aug. 1st,
eoniicet with the Steamer
WILDKIfSS. H. CO.
July 2i, lsno. un it
In order to
XJOTlCi: U hereby given that if a
JLA ptiaeton and a brake, which have
been hi tho Hawaiian Cauiugc Mauti
factiulng Co.'s Sloreiooins fori! months
past, aiu not called foruithlu 10 days
from date, they will be sold at public
lloiiolu'ii, July 21, iS'.io. ci:t :it
TMIKETC First-class Hands for divss
1 making. Apply at unco at estab
Woman, to take charge of a
houc and three children, on the Island
of Hawaii. Answer, giving address to
bo called on, "Hawaii," Uui.i.ktin
THKRE will be a meeting of persons
intoicsteil In tho pioposed (lun
Club, at tlie Hawaiian Hotel, ou MON
DAY EVICNINO, July I'tJth, at 7:S0
o'clock, for tlie purpose of oigania
liou. All Intciosteit aie invited to at
tend. W. 11. ALDItlCH,
flia It Soorctaiy pro. turn.
THE annual meeting of tho stock
holders ot the IVulohluu Agricul
tural & Gia.lng Co. will bo held at the
otilco of the Kceictary, at Honolulu, on
WEDNESDAY, the 110th in-t., at 10
o'clock A. M. C. P. lAUK'EA,
(101 2w Secretin y W. A. t O. Co.
Groceries, Crockery, Saddlery,
BAGS anil GAGGIN3,
Dry Qoofls, Boots k iiliuus,
LIQUORS, BEER and WINES,
To milvo porhaik "Adonis" from llio
luon, per bark "Iwnbcrg" from Liver
pool, per baik "Faust'' from Now Ymk
aud oilier vessels, are offeicd
roil sai.i: ii v
JUST ItJCOJWlVlQD J
Ex. Wm, II, Dlmoiid,
OP HIGH TEST.
LEWIS & CO.
II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
NOW IS THE TIME !
TSie ImlUbk Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fca
tuie of Insurance goes with evciy Bond.
The following are a few of tlie many attractive foiins offered by this
original aud 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.
Thu Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
From the iVcic )or.v Sim, April lh, 1S00.)
Tho Larosl Business Kvwr Transacted by a Lil Aaaur-
The new business of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
Yoil: for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiktt
Million Doixuts. This is at the rate of two hundred millions ofassur
iHceJ'or llii'. year, aud iB unprecedented in the annals of life assuiancc.
SIuformalion chcei fully furnished to any who 'will write lo or call
upon the undersigned at Ids oillce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRBGHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Tsla'nds, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. Jan-1-90
COIWJEU UOTBh &
GRAND -:- BARGAIN -:- SALE
FOR ONLY 1
Our JLTJjifciie SStoelc oi
Laics', Misses' it Cliildrai's Muslin Underwear
Will be Offered at a Great Sacrifice. Also,
Children's Dresses & Lace Gaps.
SS Do Not Miss trie Sale.
e Desire to Call
For Lubiicatiiig tlio Valves
VALYOL1NE is an caith oil specially prepared under the highest steam
heat and from which nil volatile and cat thy matter bus becu expelled by iv
piocesa which leaves a pure and heavy oil, which proventH tho eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. This
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for steam, cyliudei.s and has becu in con
stant ue ovor eighteen yeais.
gjSFWe also manufacture Superior Machine aud Spindlo Oils for all
c.lassea of machineiy.
XcoiiJird. &c lEllis,
HONOLULU IH0N WORKS CO., Sole Agents. coi 3m
E. It. IIkniiky, President Slauager.
GoiiritKY ItuowN, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Oppo. HpreckelV Hunk, : Fort Street, Iloiinlula.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havilond Chiun, plain and decorated; nnd Wcdgcwood
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, Chandeliers & Elcctoliers,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete- assortm't of Drills & Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EMI DESCRIPTION !
The "Gazollo" 3-whccled Riding Plow &, Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, Plantors' Steel & GooHcneeked Hons,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varnishes & Brushes, Manila & Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Howe, JEffose, Hose,
RUBBER, WIHE-BOUND of superior quality, & BTEAMl
Aguto Iron "Waro, Silver Plated Ware, Tablo it Pocket Cutlory,
Powder, Shot & Gaps, Thu Celebrated "Club" Machino-loudcd Cartridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stook for Pipe & Bolt Threading,
Hartinau's Steel Wire Foiioo & Steel Wire Mats,
Wm. G. Fibber's Wrought Steel Ranges
Gate City Stono Filters,
"Now Process" Twist Drills,
uov-2-8'J NcalV Carriage Faiuts.
WEEK OftSLY !
Corner Hotel He Forfc Streets.
Your Attention To
and Cylinders of Stoam Engines.
John Ena, Vice-President
Ciioii. Buow.N', Auditor.
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