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TUESDAY, JUJA' 29, 3800.
blflUMILTO &LAMD CO
T,i Take fcflcei July 1U, IKOO.
A. At. I'. M.
Laavo I'onolutu StlC I :-!"
Arilvo lionoiillull 10:0.1 :!:0.r,
Lcr.va llunonlltdi 10!3." ::.V.
Ar.-lvo Hnnelnlu'. 1 1 : i. .1:53
Stmr V O Hull from Maul anil Hawaii
Bktno Irnigi.nl, Captain H MaiMon. 114
days from dim ritinolseo
Nmir .Molsolll for Molokai nt 1 1 m
Stmr Mllinlinla lor Kauai nt fi p in
.Stmr Waiulealo for Kihiuea and riaua-
lei at 4 p in
Stinr Kuala for Walanac, Walahin, mid
Lain at 0 n ni
.Stmr Jus Mukco for Kapan fit 1 p ni
.SehrLlhollho ior llanapepo unci r.loolc
H fcl Fai-rullon for Sun I'nuioHeoaudSan
VESSELS LEAVING TG-K0RR0W.
Stmr Pole for Lalinlna ami Kukalnu at
10 a ni
Stmr Hawaii for llnmukua al -1 p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
WO Hall 1120 bags sugar, 101 bags
awn, 10 bags coffee, 215 hentl cattlf,
1 horse, 115 pkgs sundries.
FQREIGil VESSELS IN PORT.
11 B M S Acorn, Pollard, from a cruise
IT fi F S Charleston, Kcnr-Admlral Geo
111 own, from Sun FinueHco
U S SNIpsio MoOurloy, from Hllo
Ainbk Ophlr from Nuwcustlc, KS W
Am 4-nistd w:hr itobeil lowers, D W P
Peuhullow, from San Francisco
Oer bl; Admits G Branc, from Bremen
Am bkluc Irmgiird, LI Maiison, from
FOREI'JN VESSELS EXPECTED.
1IB51S Nvnipb fimn llrltluli Columbia
11 II M Flajish p War.-pite from Jtrltilsli
HllSS iMarinoa, Havwai-d, from Sau
Francisco en route to the Colonic
duo August 1
Haw ti S Claudlno from Glasgow
Jlr ship Bleugtleld sailed from Liver
pool Apr 18, due Aug 24
Ger bk Faust, from New York via Bra
zil Am bk Albert, Winding, from S:m
Frnuciuo duo Aug 4
Am bkAldeu Bus?, nownrd, from San
Francisco (for Kahului), due Juno
Bk Uncle John, from Newcastle, due
Br bk Bilker from London, sailed Apr
13, due Aug 25
Brbk Gervan from Liverpool, sailed
May 10, due Sept 15-30
Tern V S Bowne, Blulim, from San
Franelco due atMabukona ,lulj' 10
Foi Maul per stmr Llkellke, July )iS
Miss Fuller. jMIs-s Gornwell, MlRes
Widdifleld, Miss Virta, llev Gulstau,
MrsA! Copp, Miss li ( opp, Mrs J P
Sylva, Miss Campbell, S W Kaai, anil
Miss J Kauahill.
From Maui and Hawaii per slmr W
G Hall, July 20fol Claus Spreekels
and wife. lion W 1) Wn bridge, wife
and Burvant, Hon 11 P Baldwin, Miss
Winter, Mrs J T Bateham, Mr TboinMa
and wife, V Coleman and wife. Father
Kuault, Father Victor, Miss Maria
Kami, Peter Lee, Mr Boyle, HNGreon
ivcll, J Goldbtclu, Mrs T Tanuatt, M
Costa and wife, Abueo, Y Nin, Akaua,
R Wilfong, Mav Log.ui, Mrs Bledorff,
Jt Kalanlpoo and wife. Mrs T L An
draws, Mrs A M Hewelt, T S Soutb
iek and 00 deck-
The departure of the steamer Mokolll
was postponed from yesterduy to ! this
The sleamsliip Fnrrallon, Captain S
BonulQeld, sailed fqjk.Sau Frnnei.-co at
a p m to-day with full load of sugar.
Tlio steamer Lilfellke was detained
one lionr nfter her regular time of sail
ing yesterday 'afternoon, taking on
board heavy machinery for Wulluku
The four-masted schooner Kobt Lew
era is awaiting sugar at Wilder's wharf.
(She will probably sail early next week
lor San Francisco.
The Am bktne Irmgard, Cnpt U Man
son, arrived early this morning. 11J
days from San Frauelsco. Sho brings
general merchandise consigned to
Messrs F A Sehaefer & Co, and also 0
horses, 8 cows, 4 calves, and 10 mules,
bbe is docked nt Brewer's wharf.
The schooner Mary is on tlio Marine
Ballway for cleaning.
The bark Weuomi left Newcastle for
this port on June IStli with 710 tons of
coal and 21 tous of coke. She Is ex
pected to arrive here early next month.
Tbo'Meamer Klnnuls to have her
mnatstak'en out, and polo mastb put in
, mil ., . i rl i.iD.11.1 n in
ni:ronc jcdd, c. j.
MojJiur, .Tnly 28.
In re estate Emma Kaleleonalani,
deceased, testate. -Petition of A. J.
Cartwright, trustco, to soil real cs-
SI .t..n.l ,..JI fP.Iln.ln.,
UUIIUIIllfll lllHll J. uunu) ,
181)0. Cocil Brown for pc-
Tuxsiuy, July 29.
In re bankruptcy of Dong Fat of
liana, Maui. Petition of Tong On
Jan Co., for adjudication of bank
ruptcy, continued from yesterday.
Respondent is adjudged a bank
rupt, Tuesday, August 5, 1890, is
appointed for proof of claims and
election of assignee, notice of same
to be published in Hawaiian Chincso
Nowb and Daily Bullktik, and
bankrupt to Hie schedules of his
assets and liabilities. P. Neumann
for petitioners, no appcarauce of or
ttlfiAL &bEilfiAL HEWS.
II. N. Ctiit:uNWi:i,tM
Hawaii, is in town.
esq, i of Konit)
Mil. J. K. llrown let'urncd
Sun Frniiriro to-dny by tho
gard. much impiovcdin hoilth.
Tim; tfocicly of St. Antonio open
ed its new hull, ICiup and Sinifh
fitreuUi. .Satitulay evening, with ap
Tins is the night for the muotinj.;
of tho Tiro Police. The room of En
gine Co No. i! i tlio jilnco of meet
inp, and V:"0 o'elock tho tiint.
I.t'l, the ,'iontli Hea Islander, who
chot and killed O. Hiram, lias been
fccntenced by Judge Dole lo bo liunj;
on the (irsl Wednesday of November
Mit. Mai tin Odea is manager of
tho Honolulu Dairy Company. Tho
company is not responsible for hills
contracted by anyone except I lie
Mil, Harry B. liell will taken bene
fit at thf Opera Houtu' to-night.
"Withered Leaves" and "Oilr Family
Help" are the pieces selected for the
Honsna, mules, mnrea and colts
will ho sold ul auction by Mr. .Ins. K.
Morgan, on l?iiday next, in the yaul
at tho rear Mir Hon. .T, 1. Dowel t'
ollieo, Qncen street.
Thh uppointinent of Moiim. A.
Yizsavona, an Chaneellnr of the Con
sulate and Commissariat of Franco
in Ihiwaii, in place of Mom,. L. Bel
laguot, i acknowledued by the Haw
Mil. John Gappar, of Koua, Ha
waii, hud a- sevcio accident on Iho
21st inst., by fulling fioin a tree a
diistaiino of eoiiii) 20 feet. Ah he. was
making very slow progiess towaid
recovering from the efl'ect of tlio fall,
Mr. Caspar came to town by (bo
Hall to obtain medical Uealmenl,
Wr. urn requested lo state for the
information of gnosis of tho enter
tainment to bo given by Mrs. Mather
at Wnikiki, this evening, that the
tramway cam will inn up to 1
o'clock, and that n bus will connect,
from S.3l o'clock, at the tramway
terminus, and carry guests to and
fiom (ho Branch Hotel.
The Hawaiian 'Band will
public eonccrl at Thomas
Una evening at :.iU o clock, ren
dering the following programme:
Overture Jolly Students Suppe
U alt. Laura Mllloeier
Clarionet Kolo -Leaves Carl
Selection Luerecla Borgia. . .Donieltl
Mikioi. Pun Obulu. Uiki no me a'u.
Selection The Bohemian Girl Balfi
Ballad The Last Watch I'Jusutt
Mazurka .Margaret LuRchwit.
Dimce The Chorollstha Seott
Gentlemen interested in tho form
alton of a sportsmen's club met in a
parlor of the Hawaiian Hotel last
night. Mr. C. B. Wilson presided,
and Mr. W. II. Aldrioh did the
work of secretary. The objects of the
proposed organization were staled
and discussed. The principal busi
ness done was tho appointment of a
committee on organization, to draft
a constitution mid l'-laws for sub
mission to a future meeting. Messrs.
C. Creighton, 13. 1. Spalding, II. M.
Whitney, jr., J. II. Black, and W.
A. Whiting comprise tho commit
tee. Next Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock, and the Hawaiian Hotel,
were decided upon as the time and
place for the nest meeting, to which
the committor) will report. In the
meantimo everyone present at last
night's' mcetingis expected to make
efforts to induce others to become
interested and join tho association.
LASSAR'S TREATMENT GF BALDNESS.
The treatment recommended by
Lassar, of Berlin, for alopecia pity
rodes and alopecia areata has been
'attended with somo brilliant results.
According to Dr. Graelzcr's article in
the Therapentische Monatschrift,
but few oases resist the treatment,
and after a few applications tho
downy sprouts may bo seen. Tho
following procedure is lo bo repeat
1. The scalp bhould bo lathered
well with a strong tar soap for ten
2. This lather is to be removed
with lukewarm water, followed by
colder water in abundance,; then
tho scalp is to be dried.
3. A solution of bichlorldo of
mercury, to 900, tho menstinum be
ing equal parts of water, glycerine,
and culoguo or alcohol, is to be
4. Tho scalp is then rubbed dry
with n solution containing beta-nap-tool,
1 part, and absolute alcohol,
f. Tho final stop in the process io
an anointing of the scalp with an
unguent containing 2' parts of sall
cyllo acid, 3 parts of tincture of ben
zoin, and 100 parts of neatsfoot oil.
This treatment should bo persist
ed in for a period of six weeks or
longor. Lassar, who, by the way,
is tho secretary-genoral to tho In
ternational Congress of this year,
lias dono much to awaken the pro
fession from tho lethargic fctato Into
which it had fallen in regard to the
treatment of alopecia. lie Is re
ported lo have cured a thousand
oases in the manner described. N.
Y, Medical Jour.
PAPER to subscribe
'Dally Bulletin." B0
JL for la the
o:nU per month
m mji w tf
f BE IMMURE.
Ti'r.MiAY, July 29.
Utilise opened at 10 o'clock.
Nawahl presented four pe
titions from Ililo, in favor ni a sub-
. stdv to the sleainer lino between
that place and San Diego. Com
The same member piesontod a
petition I'mi n Honolulu against
licoiii.liig the salu of pol. Tabled
for consideration with bill.
Hep. lluke.r, from two persons in
Ililo, fot So0 to pay them for work
on roads in 1880. deferred lo Min
ister of Interior.
Rep. CunimingK, thai certain wa
ter in Pauoa shnll not be taken for
public purposes. That S5000 be ap
propriated for laying water pipe to
the ssuio place from I'nnahnu. Pub
lic lands committee. That the bill
of Rep. Malua for a constitutional
convention be passed. Laid on ta
ble, as there was no such bill.
"Rep. Pnchaolc, that two certain
pieces of land on Molokai he sold to
the people living Ihercon. Referred
to Minister of the Interior.
Rep. A. Horner, from North Ililo,
for S1000 for a bridge at Manilla,
SoOOO to change the grade at Man
illa, 800 for bridge at Ninoli,
nnd 6500 for bridge at Kaawalii.
Tallied to be considered with Ap
Rep. Baker, from Ililo, I hut no
inannger oi a plantation be made a
rond supervisor; thai a sale of Gov
ernment land near Onoinea be de
clared null and void, and the land
restored lo the Government ; thnt
salaries ot the King and Ministers
be reduced; that school teachers be
paid according to ability, from
Sl.oOa day and upward;' that no
foreigner bo appointed a collector
of customs ; that officials reccivlnrr
more than Sl.fiO a day be prohibited
from holding more than one olllce;
that a hospital lie erected in the dis
trict. Committee on miscellaneous
Rep. TCanealii, thai a courthouse
and lockup be erected at Kipahulu.
Public lands committee. From
liana, that the district shall not bo
divided in two, because there is no
suitable person to appoint as a sec
ond magistrate, the present justice
makes a circuit ot the district, there
is no necessity for the change, there
arc only 300 people living in the
proposed new district, scarcely any
cases come up in that part of the
district, and the change would make
a wholly unnecessary expense. Laid
on the table to he considered with
Rep Kamai, from Ilamakualoa,
that plants on public lands be free
to people for their own private use.
Public lands committee. That the
law which taxes children when 15
years of age be amended. (Inter
preter There is no such law it
taxes them at 17.) Referred to
Minister of Finance.
Noblo Cornwall, from Waikapu,
that the two terms of court be held
at Wailuku. Judiciary committee.
That S5000 bo appropriated for two
bridges between Waikapu and Maa
laea. Minister of Interior.
Noble Muller, from Honolulu, to
prohibit the granting of licenses to
Chinese to keep for hire horses, car
riages, etc. Judiciary committee.
Itl'.I'OIlTS Or- COMMITTEES.
Rep. Brown read the. report of
the committee on the Dipsomaniac
bill, recommending changes with
which tho bill should pass. Ac
cepted, and the amended bill or
dered to bo printed.
Several committees were granted
Rep. Brown read a lir.st time by
title his bill to grant a franchise to
Ihe Hawaiian Gas Company.
The same member gave notice of
a bill to repeal sections 112 to 11.),
inclusive, of the Civil Code.
Rep. Marques read a first time his
bill to amend the homestead law.
Rep. Riekard gave notice of a
bill to authorizo tho Government to
purchase a suitable vessel for carry
ing lepers from different ports of
Tho 'same member presented a re
solution to tho same effect, which
was laid on tho table to be consid
ered with the bill.
Rep. Paohaolo road a first time
his bill to provide a Police Justice
onnuit or Tin: day.
Third reading of bill to prevent
counterfeiting of foreign postage
Third reading of the tlirco bills
amending the. Postal Havings Bank
law. All passed.
Second reading of bill to abolish
tho claims of konohikls to the con
trol of sea fish or fisheries, and to
authorize the Government to deter
mine upon the compensation to be
made in such cascH.
Rep. Brown said this bill made a
radical change, it struck deeply at
vested rights, and its passage
would involve a largo expenditure
of money. Ho therefore moved it
bo referred to a special commiltco.
Rep. Bush agreed to, the refer
ence lo a special commlttco, that
should include tho Attorney-General.
The bill was intended to give
the people rights of which they
wore deprived by laws' founded on
ancient feudal tenure,
Tho motion carried and the Pre
sident oppolnted Rep. Brown, Min
ister Peterson, Rep. Bush, Noble
. --A -1i ...
Andcnori, nnd Rep. Baker a, the
Second reading of bill lo piovido
for the number of hours to consti
tute a day's labor, and to regulate
the pay for a day's labor under con
tracts. Referred, on motion of Rep.
Brown, to special committee on
Second rending of hill lo organize
nnd regulate tlio civil service of Iho
Referred, on motion of Rep.
lCnudsen, to a special committee.
Recess from 12:10 to 1-30.
EVENTS THIS EYEHIHO.
Kxcelsior Lodge No. 1,1. U.
Drill Co. B Honolulu Rlllcs, al
Molnerny Ilnll, nt 7:30.
Drill Co. D, Honolulu Rilles, at
Beretania street Armory, at 7:30.
Meeting of Fire Police, at 7:30.
Band concert Thomas Square, al,
Performance at Ihe Opera llniise,
Chicago, July 1.- A. C. Fumey,
a roiiied wine merchant of Loudon,
who speaks highly of American
wines, says California products are
well received in Kngland. "Five
years ago," he added, "I ordered a
few barrels of California wine as an
experiment. It could hardly bo
distinguished from the French arti
cle, except by the labels. Then 1
began to import it regulaily in small
quantities. Kach year the trade in
California wines has increased, until
now the imports are extensive. lam
on my way to the Pacific Coast now
to look at tho vineyards. I am not
looking for investments, hut am on
a pleasure tiip, from which 1 shall
derive some information. The white
wines of California are excellent.
They are in everv sense equal to
those produced in France. Califor
nia champagne is better than French
champagnes, and it is often called
for in some of the best Clubs in
London. I believe that in a few
years California will be the wine
producing country of the world.
The French have been handling vine
yards so long that they can get a
better quality of 'grapes than the
Califomians, but the Americans are
improving, and it is only a matter
of time before they will be at the
top. California has one advantage
it can raise a crop of grapes every
year, while the climate of France
allows only one good vintage every
seven years. Five years from now
California vineyards will be more
valuable than those of France."
CAIID of THANKS.
Hl It. W.F.Love and Mr.
JLtJ. ,f. i . Morgan, take
ntty to convoy to out kind friends our
heartfelt thanks for their sympathy and
assistance in our late allllct'ion. (S17 It
IV oriurc is
hereby srtvcii that at a
meeting of tho directors of the
Honolulu Dairy Co., (L'd), held this
day, Mr. Martin Odea was duly elected
inannger of said Company, ami no bills
against the Company unless contracted
by him or on Ids written order will be
paid. J. A. MAGUON,
Honolulu, July lfl, 1800. rtlT !U
ii Piece of Lam!,
or without build
ings or improvements, from I
to, 5 norei hi area, within a half, to mile
and a quarter off the Post Olllce. Ad
dress "X Y '.," Bulletin- Olllce.
HOUSK with- 7 moms
1 ti il litltli mi flirt out'-
nsaasxj ... ".' ""-
EnaiSi nor oi nereiauiti ami I'cusa-
cola streets, Cais pass the door. Ap
ply at tills olllce. TiSi tf
FOlt KEN V
LKLKO .Stables at pieseiit
occupied by Hawaiian
Transfer Co., pcruiUslon
Siistlst. Apply to
. J. . WALKKB.
WANTED at ONCE !
OOTTAGK within two
or three blocks from
the corner of Fort ami Hotel
streets, sultablo for three gentlemen for
housekeeping. Address '!. O. Rox
No. 207." f.91) tf
TO LET or LEASE
rpiIE Besideneo of Mrs. A.
X l.onir, in I'auoa Valley.
01 King St., over J. Xott's btore.
HpiIK undersigned, having resigned
JL the management of the Western
it Hawallnn Investment Co., Limited,
on account of ill health, tho Directors
ot thu Company in Dundee have ap
pointed Mr. V. W. Hall as Manager in
Honolulu, us of Juno ill), 1800.
J. 11. ATIIKKTON.
Honolulu, July IIP, 1600. Hlfi lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the regular annual meeting of
tlioPaeUlo Hardware Co,, (L'd),
ullleers were elected for
IS. F. Dillingham.
Jas. O. Spencer. .
F. L. Whiter,
W. F. Allen..
SmnlNott f m. .(...,
Jus. L, Torbert I
J as. O.Hl'KNOKB,
Honolulu, July 21, 1H00, OH lw
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HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
CiiNsr.im Bi:i,i : !.k.si:ks.
IIakisv Bi.i.i., : staoi: Diur.tnoit.
W. lir.XTiut, : : Piiorarrtr.s.
B. 1". Mwnr.w, i .Machinist.
fln Tiiflt-flflTj Ef-fliriiid
vii iuuouiij ijiuiimn)iiij uiui,
(Unilci Our Own Mati.tgriuetit,)
Grand 'IVMtinonl.il llenetlt fciuleiodi
to Mu, HARRY B. BKLL. on which
occasion will be presented the strongest
bill of the seaon. The following gen
Sir. Inil Iw-alitM'tt,
JM i'. W. II. Ilootrn.
Iirr. "V. ItoWortM.
A Grand Double Hill Tlio lleaullful
" WITHERED LEaVES,"
And the Laimhiblo Farce and Coined v
by I. J. Wallace.
'"Our Family Kelp."
Mr. WM. LESLIE,
The ivlchr.ilcd Aeronaut will Introduce
his World-ieuowui'd Act,
"Tho Iinisibio Wins"
Tlio Management ic.-pectfully slulo
that the have been enabled to pceuie ni
great expense, the principal members
So Lord Miniy Co.
Who were en route for San Francisco,
but al the earnest deslro of many lead
ing citizen, liae arranged lo kIvc two
performances of this truly greit play,
Wednesdey and Thursday Evenings,
July HOtli and 31 M.
MISS GRACIE HOPKINS,
The Greatest Lord Fauntlerov hi the
MISS ETHEL WINTHROP,
The Mom Celebrated Mrs. EI1R0L,
MR. HENRY EDWARDS,
The Earl of Dorincomt;
Wliese pciformnucc of this pan has met
with the most distinguished admiration
throughout, Australia, will appear In
their original characters, supported
LEADING MEMBERS OF THE
TlvoW Gaiety Company.
KS Box plan now open at Lewis J.
Levey's olllce. 010 td
-wii.i. oivr. a
On Saturday, Aug. 2,
Traius will leave Honolulu Depot at
5: SO and 7 r. r., returning fiom tlio
Grove at 10 v. m. and midnight.
Detachments of the Hawaiian Itinil
will go on both Trains and the full
Band will play at ibe Grove..
Tickets for the
round tilp, in-
To lie bud of the Committee
O.iliu Ballway Depot.
ami al the
CI I td
Per "8. tf. Australk"
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. KOITE, Proprietor.
Steamship Comp y
FOlt SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Bteiinisbip
Will leave Honolulu for tho above
Friday, .Aug. 1st,
For Freight or l'usage, apply lo
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agouti.
ART CLASSES !
MB. Allen llutchiusou holds a class
in modelling at his studio, Nun
ami avenue, every Tuesday and Sutur
ilay, For particulars apply "liell Tele
phone .121, 007 I in
? vfCT & ft J IS
T ' -'Jt-tfL- ."jinf'::v'.J , -J. ..tf.,
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assui
Society of tho United States,
Are now selling their Hoods nnd upon easy terms. The additional
Hire of Insurance goes witli every lloini.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offeied by
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.
The Compaq Is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and II
(Front the iYeio J'or .S'im, April -Uh, 1890.).
Th LurtfOHl llu.Htiu'SH Kvir TrniiHiUitetf by Jt Iilli. Assur
The new business of (lie Kquilable. Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of thu present year is reported to exceed Kirrr
Million Doi.i.ns. This is at the rate of ttco hundred millions o'a.Mtr
anceor the, year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life atsurance.
&2rTuformatioii cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. OARTWRiCHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S.
"JFfjrjHjB Spill SP
COUNElt HOTEL &
GRAND -:- BARGAIN -:- SALE
FOR StfLY t
Our Uiitirc toelc of
Lades', Misses' ft Children's Musi Underwear
Will be Offered at a Great Sacrifice. Aleo,
Children's Dresses & Lace Caps.
B Do Not Miss the Sale.
000 lot Corner Hotel & Fort Street.
We desire to Gall Your Attention To
For Lubiicatin'g tho Valves
Z. - ocmnTCBtm Xk
VALVOL1NE is an earth oil specially prepared under the highest steam
heat and from which all volatile and earthy matter has been oxpolled by u
pioccss which leaves a pure nnd heavy oil, which prevents tho eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. Thh
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylindeis and has been in con
stant uso over eighteen vears.
Wo also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
classes of machinery.
Leonard &c XDllitg,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. . uoi :im
E. It. Hkniiuv, President & Manager.
Uodfhky- Buown, Secretary A Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. .Siu'cckcls'ISuiilt, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMrOBTEUS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qenuino Havlland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgowoed
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, Chandeliers it Elcctollors,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortm't of Drills it Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES f EVERY DESCRIPTION!
Tho "Gazollo" 3-whooled Riding Plow & Equaluor,
Bluebertrd Rico Plow, Planters' Steel & Ooosonceked Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
PniutH, VarnUhes it Brushes, Manila fc Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hone, Irione, Honne, :.;
RUBltlHt, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, & STEAM,
Again Iron Waro, Silver Plated Waro, Table it Pocket Cullery,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Tim Celebrated "Olub" Mnoluno-loaded Cartridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Slock for Pipo it Bolt Threading,
Hartiiiau's Steel Wiro Fenco it Stoul Wire Matu,
Win, G. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges
Gate Oily Stone Filler,
,: "New Process" Twist DrilU,
nov-29-Hll Neat's Carriage PitlnU,
WEEK OSSLY !
and Cylinders of Steam Engines.
John Ena, Vice-President
Ckoii. Buown, Auditor.
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