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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST G, 18JJ0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tniic nir. it
A. M, I'. II.
Loiui Honolulu S:I3 1 :43
Arrive lioiwuiiull 10:0.1 ll:0."
.Luava ll.iiiciiliiil! 10i85 S:3B
ArriVd llonnljlii lliS3 -1:"3
Slnir Ila.ila from n circuit of Oahu
Stmr I.chim from Hainakua
hchr M. ti Fot.r tvoni Kulo.i
Schr Kaulkoaouil Iroui Ivmial
:5tmr OR Ulshop from 'h cult of Oalni
VESSELS LEAVIHJ TOMORROW.-
Stmr Iwahinl for Liihuhm and Uiima-
Uua in 10 u in
Stuir iuuiln for Xawil will, Hnnamaulu
ii ml Wallun. ut 4 p in
ijchr Kiiulkeaoull for Kiiual
For Maul anil Hawaii per stun' Kiiian.
Aug ol'or Volenti : -Mr Miioer, i
Giles, G K Set gwick, L iMiuasco: for
Lahalna, MahuUoim and lill : Miss
Hull, W Ct IiwIn.W O Wilder, M
GIrfard, Ur .Herbert, W w Hull, Miss
AVIiile, Miss Biowu. Dr Fiances Wet
liiote, Mis-. B Fanning, Sites Dcyo, W
11 biiiilcls, (J L Crabbe, is Laws, MUs
JC Wight, P Bcsser. F II .Matthew, I
Moil, Johu uhr.'T Biohaids, J W
Ohiiiubcilnlii, J if b WHUuim, O L
"Wight, Miss Humphreys, Mrs I avis
ana 2 children, mid sevcal others.
i-or Kauai per slmr Mikahula, tig 5
Judge UlcUei ton, ra W 11 Rice, J
Wain-nous-.-, G Water-house, Mis Dun
cati, Mia lignetlon, Mr Koe ling, w fe
and 3 children. AiUs Grau.O icightoii,
Oiu-duer Wilder, 11 Isenbcnr, J
Junes, 1'rof bauvlut iitid wifc,T auloil,
!S li iJaiiiun, lieu ' hong, Ah lou, Mrs
Allan, Mr ypeet, dipt lto-s-,1-'' M Hatch,
l'.iul .Neumann, HNti-s Neiunaiin, lilt
ney and itlrdt-ee, A K Jlooic. II F llei
telinaiin, All King and -15 deck.
For Kauai jier ttuir Waiidejlc, Aug 5
Qiiong JLung, Lai Sang and ( deck."
FGREiGM VESSELS IN PORT.
HUMS Acorn, Pollard, from n ciuise
U S F S t harleaiou, Hear-Admiral Ueo
Drown, from San FrancKco
U S SXipsio McC'urley, from Ililo
Am bk Ophir from K eweastle, N S W
GerhU Ailonis, C Uiane, from lii-euieu
Am bUtue lrnigard, 11 Malison, from
S S C'laudine, W Jl Dodd, from Glas
gow Am iik Aldcn Bcs:-e, Frit0, from San
Bktue Geo O Pcikins, from Port Town
( 3 O Whttmorc, Ward , from Port Blukely
F0RE1CN VESSELS EXPEOTED.
H B JI S Nymph from British Columbia
11 11 M Kingship Waipito fiom ISrltilbh
lit-ship Bleugfleld sailed fiom Liver
pool Apr lb, due Aug 21
Ger bk Faust, fiom Xcw Yoik vi.x Bra
zil Am Iik Albert, Winding, from San
FrancUuo due Aug -l
Bk Uuelo John, from Newcastle, due
Br bk Bilker from Loudon, sailed Apr
1.5, duo Aug t'O
Brbk Geivan Horn Liverpool, sailed
May 10, due Sept 13-ai)
Tern W S Bowne, Bliihm, from Sim
Franci.seo due at MahuUonu ..uly 11)
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Mary E Foster 1220 bags sugar aud 150
Laulkeaotili 1600 bags sugar.
Lehuu HM 0 bags su;
;ar, 40 Lead cattle
aim io calves.
The bark Ohlr took In sugar to-d,.y
fiom the steamur Lehua.
The USS Charleston took in coal to
day fiom tho schooners LuUa, Waluhu.
I.aviiiia, aud Cutuiiua
The 4-mastud schooner I obert Low
ers can led away Tuesday for San Fran
cisco sugar shipped as follows; 11 Ilncl,
feld & Co, 20,0H2 bags sugar; M. S Grlu
baum & Co. 107a bags sugar; total, 21,
1G5 bags sugar, 1273 tous; demesne va
lue, 115,002 31.
EVENTS TK!S EVENING.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
Services nt Central Union Church,
Onlm Lodge No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodgo No. 2, K. of P., at
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles,
Engine Co. No. 2, regular mcet-
of Engine Co.
No. 1, ut 7-:3().
Monthly meeting Hook & Ladder
Co., at 7:30.
ASSAULT WITH A WEAPON.
Ah Sing was found guilty by
Polico Justice Foster to-duy of as
sault with a deadly weapon on Thus.
McGiflln, door keeper of the Chi
nese Theatre, and was sentenced to
pay $101.00' and bo imprisoned
three months at hard labor, Mr. J.
M. Davidson appeared for defendant
and noted an appeal. The assault
took placo in a row at the theatre,
caused by McGHHn's attempt to
suppress same misbehavior of Ah
Sing. Several witnesses for the de
fense testilicd that no knife was
iised.contrary to McG Kiln's evidence
that ho had heeu cut in the hand.
Thoy further alleged that MoGilun
had clubbed defendant Into insciiBi
bility with a policeman's baton,
McGifiln's case was supported by
John Buleer, policeman, and others.
LOCAL & GENERAL. HEWS.
Head Mr. Jus. P. Morrjan'o notice
of underwriter's sale.
All members of P. II. Bionks Di
vision, U. H. K. of J', mo requested
to niocl n(. 'he CiiFile 1 1 .ill of Mytic
Lodge nt 7 o'clock this owning. .
- -. -
Mu Jan. F. Morgan will hII ot.
public iiuctioi) tu-inonow, at 10
o'clock ii, m., nt his tiiliroi ni, u
quantity of goods, uluilti.1, effects,
Tun Board of Coiitinibiionovs of
Crown Lands now consists of lions'.
G. Brown, A. I'. I'eioi-'on, anil CI. W.
MttefailanOj tin l.isl mimed being
On Saturday August Olh, the Chi
nese United Society will hold a re
ception ut their hull, Kin;: sheet, be
tween the bouts nf 12 mid 2 o'clock,
in honor of tin- 20ili birthday mini
vuiwuy of the Einpoior of China.
jfn. jMcCiiliuin lolfj.h.uictt fioni
Kiipiuluiii' rati: that iho "eciilo" had
appealed on pome of the noes in that
place yesleiility. Ueipii in lownttur
tng the diy, Mr. Mi-Culltini teemed
u few of ';hu ludy-lnigK anil took
tliuui with him. His opinion is that
the jie.Hl-de-s-livyor lma not been in
troduced a d.iy too Mian.
A fcnor.T time ago Ah W:i, i Chi
ncso infornier against higlibinilern,
wus atiocioiifily aaatiUt-d by some of
that class, hi person being ninlihil
nl in a diibimdly cruel way. Ilia
eni-iiiit'H inii'Miti.-iiicl with this bni
Imiuus cngeanco tnimped up a
chiirgc of iiiison uguiiifit Ah "Wai.
Tlio case w.iB prebentod to-day be
foie 1'olicc Justice Foster, who found
it nttcily iliuiby and refused to Ooni
mit defendant for tiial.
HOUSE AtiD LOBBY.
When the House opened yester
rhiy morning a quorum was present.
The President complimented Noble
,). M. lloinur on this result of bis
fatherly advice, given in discussion
of Noble W. Y. llornoi's resolution
for night session an iinnecebsary
All the loquacious members ex
cept Rep. Paehaole seem to have
got tired of hearing themselves talk.
The lion, member from Molokai
would not allow even the suiarj' of
the pound master of 13ird Island to
pass without a half hour's speech
from htm, to cud with the everlast
ing motion for a select committee.
The House changed its mind on
tho Maui court term question inside
of live minutes from 21 to 22, 23 to
21, and then I'om 2-1- to 20, lirst re
jecting, and secondly and thiidly
carrying tho motion to indefinitely
po-Upono the bill. Tho changes
were the following: Minister Spen
cer, absent first vote, voted no on
second division ; Noble Widemann
voted no first, nye second lime;
Rep. Brown voted aye first, no sec
ondly, changed to aye thirdly ; Rep.
Guinmings voted no lirst, lyo sec
ondly; Rep. Kauln did the same
thing. The House dropped the mat-,
tcr in some confusion, with a motiou
for reconsideration pending.
The services previously announced
to he hcl i in memory of the late Mrs.
S. U. Damon, look place Tuesday
afternoon at the Central Union
Church and were conducted under
the auspices of the Woman's Board
of Missions, Mrs. BiiikIiiiiii, Presi
dent, in the chair. Alter an organ
voluntary, the hymn 'Roclc of Ages'
was sum.'. Dr. Beckwith rend Pro
verbs XXXI, 10-31, "Scestthoua
virtuous woman," etc., and en
gaged in prayer. A short address
was delivered by the President.
Mrs. S. 13. Bishop read a series of
resolutions adopted by the Woman's
Hoaid of Missions relating to Mrs.
Damon who had been an active
member of that body. Mrs, Mo
Cull gave an address on deceased's
connection with the Woman's Board.
Resolutions of the Stranger's Fiiend
aocicty of which Mrs. Damon had
been one of the founders some 40
years ago, and an eflicient member
and oflh o bearer during the inter
vening years, were read by Mrs.
C. M. Hyde Mrs. S. E. Bishop
read a papr giving the history of
the nolle of deceased as one of tho
foremost inemhersof the Strangers'
Friend Society. An anthem was
then sung, after which Miss M. A.
Chamberlain presented an account
of the deceased lady in her relations
to the Central Union Church. The
last paper read was by Mrs. B. F.
Dillingham .011 Mrs. Damon in the
homo and as pastor.'s wife. The
address took up interesting histori
cal reminiscences of the olden times
when the hospitalities of "Father"
Damon's house were extended to
the wanderer, Iho homeless and the
distressed of all nations. The
hymn, "My faith looks up lo thee,"
was bitng, when the mreting was
dismissed by the benediction pro
nounced by Dr. Beckwith.
The addresses and resolutions
presented will he issued in pam
phlet form by the ladies of the Wo
mnn's Board and other societies
with which deceased wa9 connected.
Mr. Norman L. Munro, the pub
lisher, is having a uniqiio steam
yacht built ut Amesbury, Mass., by
Mr. 0. D. Moshlcr, of that town. It
will be named the New Idea, and will
bo CO feet long, 8 feet wide and C feet
deep. Its total cost will reach S 15,
000, and it is expected to develop a
speed of 35 miles per hour. A 450
horse power engine furnishes tho
power of what will be flu-fastest ves
sel afloat, if the speed guaranteed is
altaluod. Marluo Journal.
DALLX BUJLJL.lfiTIJM: llU-DiOLUl.U, II. JM
Wkont.simy, Aug. li.
Tins II01130 met at 10 o'clock.
grr.STioM or i'ltocuirnt:.
Rep. Brown a-ked If there wtia
any decision on lliu bill relating to
the Second Judicial Circuit.
The Pi evident said tho vot'J was
announced, but lie did not havo Hie
opportunity ol declaring I hat the
bill was indefinitely postponed.
Rep. I'aehuole w.h supporting nt
length his opinion that the LVcsident
was mistaken, when lie was called
to older by the 1'icsidcnt saying
there was nothing befoii' tho House.
Rep. llrowu moved that thu vote
on thu lull he reconsidered.
The President ruled that a motion
to reconsider was in order at any
Rep. l'aehaolo tMsagrecd with tho
Rep. Buhh ngiecd with the ruling,
bul the motion should come in its
The President quoted from the
rule, that, reconsideration look pic
cedcncc of oilier questions.
Rep. Pacliaoic lengthily objected
to the ruling of the chair, and on
being called lo order appealed there
fiom, Uo Hindu another speech on
tho question of order being stated
from the chair.
Noble leiibcrg said tho ruling of
the chair was in accordance with tho
custom of I lie. Lestshituie since
The ruling of the chair was sus
tained, Tho motion to reconsider the bill
was lost, 21 voting for it and 23
nuronTS or coimmurs.
Noble Muller presented a report
of the committee on commerce as
IIosoi.ui.t-, Aug. 0, ISOO.
Hox. J. S. Walui-.k, President Le
Sin, Your committee on com
merce, agriculture and manufact
ures, to whom was referred a state
ment of alcohol drawn from the
Custom House for consumption from
June 20. 18S8, to June 30, 1890, in
all 3-llUi-gals., beg to repoit, that
the parties having a license to sell
alcohol under the Act of 1S88 have
not knowingly infiinged the law, if
it lias been infringed at all. Dealers
holding such licenses are keeping
account of all sales of alcohol and
are making sworn returns to the
The dealings ot alcohol in bond,
however, call for the strongest con
demnation. On the 18th of March
Mr. C. II. Hldridge imported 25
half barrels of alcohol and exported
same April 9 per " Alton.
Messrs. E. O. Hall & Son have on
various occasions imported and
brought here 72 bbts. of alcohol and
exported Baine. Neither of the firms
holds a liquor license and your com
mittee considers these transactions
a direct infringement of lire law.
Of the 5130 gals, of nlcohol sold in
bond here, 30 gals, have been used
for the Smithsonian Institute, 87
gals, sold to men-of-war in port, and
5013 gals, have been sent North by
whaling and trading vessels as fol
lows: F. Brown, agent, 210 gals.
H. Hack fold &Co., 810 gals.
E. O. Hall '& Son, 3377A gals.
C. II. Hldridge, 6 ISA gals.
It is shamefully evident that,
whilst the United Stales Government
have in the interest of humanity
made a law to prevent trading vessels
from carrying and selling liquor,
merchants have lent a helping hand
to evade that law by supplying them
willi raw alcohol, and in considera
tion of the extremely friendly rela
tions existing between this Govern
ment and that of the United States,
as well as for moral reasons, upon
which your committee does not think
it necessary to enlarge, we hope
that steps will be taken to avoid
such exports hereafter.
A. S. Wilcox,
15. C. MACFAltLAXn,
Noble Crabbe presented the fol
lowing report on tho passport
Hox. J. S. "Walkur, President Le
Sin, Your select committee ap
pointed to investigate tho passport
frauds which caused tho removal of
five persons from the Customs De
partment, after a careful and search
ing investigation beg to report as
During May, 1888, on the arrival
of the steamer City of Peking from
Hongkong the Port Surveyor, Mr.
Markliam, with his assistant, Mr.
Giinilan, discovered that 43 return
passports from incoming Chinese
passengers were numbered on their
back in the handwriting of the party
having used return passports in
churgo at tho Custom House, thus
clearly showing that these passports
had been abstracted from his care,
The above parties at once reported
tho fact to tho Collector-General,
who after investigation found that
some 93-1 used passports wcro miss
ing. Tho Collector-General report
ing the fact lo the Minister of Fi-
nance, and received the same day
the following instructions from said
Minister of Finance. After acknow
ledging the communication advising
said Minister that 984 return pass
ports had been stolon, tho Minister
concludes, viz. :
"In view of tho facts and tho un-
ratislnctory record of many of this
subordinates In the Custom Houso
I havo after consulting my col
Irniiues decided to request you to
reorganize your Bureau and dismiss
summarily "the following employees:
George Markliam, Arch. Giillllaii,
W. .Mossnmn, Guorgo Nawnakoa,
and Gonigc Miles."
From all the evidence taken wo
could not discover that any olllcial
investigation had tnl'en place either
to find or lo convict those who com
mitted this theft, but that the above
mentioned persons weio BUinmarlly
discharged as staled in the letter of
Iho Minister of Finance. The onl
evidence your committee could get
to find the guilty parly was from the
lion. Mr. Marsden from Kohnln,
who stales that Georgo Miles in a
conversation with him, ntler having
been discharged, openly acknow
ledged to have committed Iho lltcft
in order to maku money.
Before closing this report your
committee deems it its duty lo ex
press its surprise about the looso
and careless manner in which these
used return passports were kept
filed in the Custom llouse. They
were placed in a pigeonhole in the
statistical bureau accessible to
everybody, without even receiving
the marks of cancellation. Had
this ordinary precaution been used
the scandnl never would nor could
have occurred, and therefore do not
hcsilate to censure the responsible
parties for their carelessness.
II. G. CitAiim:,
C. O. Bimor.n,
Jonx W. Kai.ua,
It. W. Wilcox.
On motion of Rep. Waipuilanl,
the report was adopted.
Noble Widemann presented the
unanimous report of the special
committee on railway bills, on tho
bill to provide for a steam railway
on Hawaii. The committee have
come to the conclusion that tho pre
sent time is not propitious for such
an enterprise, and recommend that
the bill be indefinitely postponed.
Signed by Widemann, Hind, Brown,
Cummings, and Peterson.
Laid on the table, on motion of
Rep. Waipuiiani, to be considered
with the bill.
The President appointed, as the
special committee on salary of
mausoleum keeper, Nobles Pua and
Bergcr, Reps. Horner aud Kanealii,
and Minister Brown.
Rep, R. W. Wilcox read a fiist
time bv title his bill to rcaulate tho
military forces of the kingdom.
Rep. Rice moved a resolution
that whereas this was the 48th day
of the session, resolved that the roll
be called every morning.
Noble Widemann did not know
what the 48th da' had to do with
Rep. Rico replied.
Noble Widemann responded.
Rep. Paehaolc moved the resolu
tion be referred to the committee on
Minister Brown moved the order
of the day. Carried.
okdek or Tim day.
The House resolved itself into
committee of Hie whole, Rep. Pae
haole in the chair, for the considera
tion of Hie Appropriation Bill.
Salary of Minister, 810,000.
Auditor-General, $10,000. Pass
ed. Registrar of Public Acoounts,
Minister Brown moved $0000.
Noble Walker moved it pass as in
the bill. It was quite right for the
Minister to mako Ids motion, in con
sistency with his remarks the other
day. The late Ministry were work
ing men, and knew what the work
was woith. He knew as much about
the duties and responsibilities of
this position as any member of the
House with the exception of the
Ninistcr of Finance. The position
had to bo filled with a man of age
and experience, of good habits, who '
had to be in his olllcc six days in the
week. Ho had in mind clearly
while speaking the often-uttered
principle that the salary should be
for the office and not for the man.
The speaker iurther described the
onerous nature of the qualifications
rcquiretfcin this olllcial. Formerly
the salary was much less, but the
incumbent always left tho office
whenever ho could find anything
better in view.
Rep. Bush, speaking in Hawaiian,
gave as a further reason for the
higher salary, that the incumbent
was under 825,000 bonds.
Rep. Nawahi was in favor of the
motion of the Minister of Fiuance,
Passed as in bill.
Clerk Finance Olfico, 85000,
Rep. Lucas moved 83G00, same
as previous period.
Rep. Brown moved it paBS as in
Passed at 83000.
Tax Assessor, Oahu, 87000 ; Ha
waii, 87000; Maui, 80000; Kauai,
Rep, Kalua moved theso four
items bo deferred until a pending
bill is decided.
Rep. Brown thought tho items
should bo consldored now, as no
new law would come into operation
till next year.
Minister Brown staled that the
Cabinet purposed systematizing all
the internal tax laws, but would not
interfere with tho system that had
worked so well since 1888. Tliero
had been over 8138,000 collected
under it in excess of luo previous
year, This was a source of greater
revenue than the customs, wbilo
AtrfirfJlST 6. jaw.
opcra(.ed with a less numerous body
Rep. Nnwnhl attributed tho in
crease of taxG3 to an incrcnes of
values, it wa3 not due to tho new
Recess from 12 to 1:80.
.C.IS U U H MU CU
.. . i-s I r ,- .,. .
'ream fcoun at. Hie
Elite lee ('renin Purlon.
A HOOP (look for a ranch on Hawaii.
Apply at this) olllee. finj tf
ENGLISH Lady rcqulto-i position ns
i governess in a geii'lcium's family.
Kxpoilenoi'il, and lias excellent icfcr
cnce.i. for atliliest apply tills, olllcc.
&EAWI Beans for cattle 11 1 81.25;
100 pounds or 1 bug. 23 cents.
Also, Native Hay. Apply to McCullum,
at ICaploliml Park, at hours of 12 noon
or fi i si., or bv Mutual Telephone No.
3L C22 Itn
rruiR Hawaiian Construction Co. will
A not be responsible for any bills
contracted In their name without n
written order signed cither by 11. P.
Pclcreon or J. M. Oat.
11. F. DILLINGHAM,
Manager Hawaiian Contriiction Co.
I Ionolulii, July 1 1, ISfiO. 003 lm
ALL bills outstanding over one year
and not paid by August loth, will
be publicly advertised for sale.
Chas. .1. FISIIEL,
The Lending Millinery House, corner
Fort & Hotel ttieets. C20 lw
Will stand for a short tlmo at
Gresnfleld Stables, Kaplolanl Park.
Duke Secxcnn Is a dark bay, 4 yenrs
old; sianil3 lfi bands high; "kind and
I? EDIG KEB 1
By Duko of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Norfolk
2nd dam Ballerina... by Imp Balrowulc
Urd dam lleuuie Farrow
1)3' imp. Sbamiock
iih dam Id:i by Imp. Balshazzar
5th dam Madam Bnslcy (Gamma's
Dam) by -Ir Richard
tltli dam Nancy Nlchol.. .by imp. Eagle
7th dam Bet. tiuslcy
by Wilkes' Wonder
8th dam t ... by Chanticleer
Olh dam ....by imp. Sterling
10th (bun by ("Iodine
llth dam by Imp. Silvcrcye
12th dm by imp Jolly liogci
lath ilam by imp. Purinci
14th dam by Imp. Slonkey
15th dam imp. mare from the stud of
Harilson. of Brandon
tW Best of earn taken with animals.
In ciso of accident no responsibility
will bo assumed.
W. II. KICKAKD,
622 tf Honokaa. Hawaii.
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Flas removed from Fori '.icet to lit
lollo Lane, Pair .ia.
Oi'KiCR noons: 0 a. m. to 12 m. nrd
r it. to 9 v m.
Mutual G0BaTEi.GPIIONE3UarEcll 475
Ho. 30 Kttnantt fit. P. 0. E 207.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 years cipci'Ionco In
the business, I am prepared to manu
facture ,to order fashionable liaud
sowed Ladles' & Gentlemen's Boots A
Shoes. Also, French it American Boots
& Shoes received by eveiy steamer.
Prices rensouable. 1 solicit your pnt
rounge. D91 3m
HEWETT & JACOESEN,
Accountants, (Jclkctora, Commission Agotn tJ
C'astom Hooso llrokera.
Aro at all Units prepared to per.
form uuy description of t lerical Work,
8uch as Auditing Accounts, l'obting.up
Tradesmen's Book?, Making Inventories
of Stock, Kngro3sln Legul Do'cumcnts,
Klo. Compeient and Kt-liublo Froight
Clerks for thu delivery uud tallying of
tSTOfllco at lIuBTAon & IlonnitTSON'B,
Qucon street Post Ollico box ltt'J, Ml.
tuul Tolcpliuuo lUj bell Telephone 414.
Mrs. EfaLJotai, Artist,
Studio, No. 27 Alakoa Stroot.
F01 incrly of New York, would Inform
the public that shu Is prepared to till
all orders for Pastels, Oil, Water Colors
and India Ink Portraits.
er Samples of work can bo soon at
Studio aud Hamilton Houjo Parlor.
NOW IS THE TIME !
H B- i "& I Q P " rfl
Society of the United States,
Aro now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. Tho additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Boud.
Tho following arc 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.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, aud Its
(7o?i (ha iVctt Yor.'c Sun, April Ath, 1890.)
Tho liursoHt. Business Ever Trjinsiictotl by a IjH'o Assur-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fifty
MrLLiox DoLLAns. Tills is at tho rate of l too hundred millions ofasmr
anccfar the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
SQrlufortnatlon cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon tho undersigned at his oillce.
ALEX. J. GATWRBGHT, .
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
COIlNEtt HOTEL &
G-RAKD -s- BARGAIN -:- SALE
FOR OLY 1
Oar JSritiro SStoelc oi"
Ladies', Mim' Children's Muslin Oniwear
Will be Offered at a Croat Sacrifice. Also,
Children's Dresses & Lace Gaps.
SS Do Not Miss tlio Sale.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
600 lOt Corner Hotol & Fort Sfcreetfl.
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for Lubricating tho ValveB
VALVOL1NE is an enrth oil specially prepared under tho highest steam
heat and from which all volatile and earthy matter has been expelled by a
process which leaves a puro and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps tho cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. This
was tho lirst Mineral Oil introduced for eteo-iu cylinders uud has beeu in cou
stunt uso over eightcon years.
gWo also manufacture Superior Machino and Spindlo Oils for all
olasses of machinery.
Hiecwinrd. &; XDllis,
HONOLULU IROW WOEES CO., Solo Agonts. coi 3m
E. It. nENDiir, President & Manager.
Goufkky Biiown, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. SprcckelM' Bank, 1 Fort Street, Ilonulnlu.
IMrORTEBS and DEALERS IN
Geni Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qenuino lTavllancl China, plain and decorated; and Wedgowood
Tiano, Library it Stand Lamps, Obandoliora it Elootoliors,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A comploto ussortiu't of Drills & File,
PLANTATION SDPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Gazollo" 3-whooled Hiding Plow it Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, Phintcrh' Steel & Goosoncckcd IToob,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Yariiiahcti ,t BrutdioH, Manila &, Sisal Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Howe, X&ome,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND ot superior quullty, & STEAM,
Agate Iron Waro, Silvor l'latod Wuro, Tablo t TocVot Outlory,
Fowdor, Shot it Oapd, Tim Celebrated "Olub" Maohino-loitdcd Cartridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Tlpo t Bolt Threading,
liartinau's Stcol Wire Fenco & Stool Wire Mate,
Win. G. FiBber'a Wrought Btotd RaucM
Qato Oily Stouo Filter. '
"Now Proooeii" Twfat DrlUs,
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Your Attention To
and Cylinders of Steam Engines.
John Ena, Vice-PrcBldcnt
Cf.ciL Buown, Auditor.
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