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TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1890.
(Ml! RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Take liflfoct .luly I. 1800.
A. M. P. M.
Loave Honolulu S:ir 1:15
Arilvo llonoulluli 10:0.". U:0.".
Leave llonoulluli 10 ::'..". :i::ir.
Arrive Honolulu 11:", .1:55
Stmr Kllnuun Hon from Kalntipupa,
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A'HKWAM) is offered for the return
of a lost black nnd tnn tcrrior dog.
Mn. Jus. 1'. Morgan will soil 200
bales of California liny to-monow, ut
Tun (imirtovly meeting of the
Union Feed (Jo. will be hold m llio
lGlh iii.Hliuil, at SO minutes past
Attention in called to tho notice,
issued from tlic Chninheihiiii's otllre,
which will hi' found in our uilvi'i tid
Tim dust "is becoming" n nui
ciinconyH llio P. U. A. Piper's news,
la Honolulu dust over anything else
than a nuisance?
fttmr W G Hull for Hawaii and Miuil at
"10 a in
Stmr Hawaii for llnmtiKiiii nml Ullo at
10 a m
tftmr Knala for Waliilwi, YVnliinai and
f.aia at !) a m
Httnr JliUhala for Kauai at r. p in
Simr f.lkclikc for Maui at ft p m
Htmr Waialealc for Kntini nt ! p m
Uktno Geo O Perkins, llobeit Kiebs,
for Poi t Townsend
Am bk Ophir for San Francisco
Tern Allka for Kona
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Fttnr Kiluiiea Hon for llamakua
Iiaik (J O Wluliiioru, Ward, tor New
For Maul and Hawaii, per Htmr W G
Ilnll, Aug lit-Rev K Silos-ton. P Victor,
Mr MourTt, J Camlicll, P Vlda, P Lee,
A Todd, P.ipo, M Kaplee and wife, .T JI
ii Maitln, MKs raison, .1 Kawalohu,
Mos Pindar, A Enos, Mrs lloss and
i-liild, .T I) Pin Is, Mr Alexander, and
about 70 deck.
FOREICM VESSELS IN PORT.
11 B M S Acorn, Pollard, from a cruise
1J H SNIpslo, MeOmley, fiom HUo
Oer bk Adonis, C llrnuc, fiom Bremen
S S Claudine, W M Dodd, from Glas
gow Am hk Aldcu Hesse, Kills, from San
Bktne S G Wilder from Sau Francisco
Bktue Mary Wlnkelmau, HNlsvon, from
Bk Wenona, O Tliow, from Newcastle
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II B M S Nympli fiom Britlb Columbia
11 B M Flagship Wat spite from BrltiMi
Br ship Blenglleld sailed from Liver
pool Apr 18, due Aug 24
Ger bk Faust, fiom New Yoik via Bra
zil Am bk Albert, Winding, from San
Francisco due Aug 4
Bk Uncle John, from Newcastle, due
Br bk Bilker from London, sailed Apr
15, due Aug 25
Brbk Gervan fiom Liverpool, sailed
May 10, due Sept lii-80
Tern W S Bowne, Bluhtn, from San
Francisco due iitMahukona July 111
S S Fairallon from San Diego due Sep
S S Zealandia, from San Francisco due
j3 S Alameda from the Colonies en route
to San Francisco due Aug 22
Tim annual meeting of tho stock
holders of thoKahului Railtoad Com
pany (Lil.) ia announced foi !) o'clock
. . m i
Mits. Clans Spreckols entertains
Hijr Majesty the Queen and a f"w in
vited gnestH at dinner, on Fiiduy
evening, at lier n'siilcneo at Puna-hou.
"Tin: Tourist's Gu'uli' tliiough the
Hawaiian Islands," published by the
Hawaiian Gazette Co., is to hand. A
10 view of Hie work will appear to
Br.oiNNixo ul 10 o'clock a. in. to
moiiow the household furniture, etc..
at llio residence of Mis. R. W. Laine,
Hotel street, will bo sold by Mr. Jas.
Tun Judiciary Committee meets
at 8:.'I0 o'clock to-inonow nioiuing
in tho Legislative hall. The Princess
Likclike funeral bills .should be pre
sented at that lime.
Tin: Pnauhau Plantation Co,, Ld.,
organized under a charter of incor
poration, has appointed President,
Win. G. Irwin; Vice-President, Claus
Spreckels; Secretiirv and Treasurer,
W. M. Gillaid.
Tin: heads of families of the second
congregation of St. Andrew's Catho
dral are asked to niecl the Bishop
this evening in the Sunday school
room at 7 :!I0 o'clock. A full attend
ance is desired.
The barkentine Geo C Perkins, Capt
Herbert Krebs, sailed to-day for Port
Townsend in ballast.
The bark Alden Besse, Capt Friis, will
sail Thursday, Aug 14th, for Xaualmo,
Vancouver Islands, In ballast.
The bark Ophlr, Capt C J Bruguieic,
sailed for San Francisco this afternoon
with 19,074 bags sugar, 3533 bags l ice,
3G3 empty beer kegs, 27 pieces of iron,
and 3 eases of merchandise.
The bark C O Whitmorc will sail
either Wednesday or Thursday for the
South Seas with a number of returned
New Ilebildeun laborers.
The steamer Kinau Is due early to
morrow .morning from Hawaii and
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN NAMES.
A donkey in England ia called a
moke; in America, a moke is a
That which is known to Ameri
cana as a pitcher ia called a jug in
The American locomotive becomes
engine and the conductor ia a guard
What Americana call sick the
Englishman calls ill; sickness in
England implies nausea and vomit
ing. That which Americans call a bowl
is known as a basin in England. In
England you ask for a basin of
bread and milk.
American wheat ia called corn
and American corn 13 called maize,
or Boraetiraes Indian corn. Pigs'
feet are called trotters,
The American druggiBt ii called
a chemist in England, many of the
older practitionera retaining the old
What is known as a hash in Eug
land, Ainericaus call a stew, and
what Americans call a hash is known
as a mince in England.
The material known to Americana
aa cannon llannel is in England call
ed swan's down, and American mus
lin ia known in England as calico.
What Americans call slowing (cu
linary term) the British call simmer
ing. Tho American lunch ia a lunch
eon in England, and baggago be
A 'chill" is called a "rigor,"
and the eruption commonly known
among Americans as "hives" is in
England known aa "nettle rash."
Candy is variously known as
"sweets," "sweetmeats," and
What Americans call n telegram
is in England culled a telegraph ; ' it
will probably neyer bo determined
which of these usages is the better.
Tho American postal card is a post
card in England. Cuffs becomes
crista, Brooklyn Eagle.
An fddeily lady while in the act of
leaving u car this morning on King
strppt, was thrown heavily to the
giound, tliioughlhe car starting bc
foie ahe was fairly oil', and was lather
badly injured on the arm.
Tun Wenona, from N. S. W., Aus
tralia, is discharging her cargo of
coal at the Oabu Railway Company's
wharf. This is the first foreign ves
sel to unload there. Tho coal will he
taken by rail direct from the wharf
to the Ewa plantation without fur
Tun Kilauea Hon with Marshal
Hopkins on boaid, leturncd from
Molokai last night. The Marshal
left Honolulu last Friday evening to
investigate the previously reported
disturbance at the Leper Settlement.
Fourteen persons wore arrested,
chnigod with assault and battery on
T. K. Evans, Superintendent of tho
Settlement, and after trial before
Judge Kalauokalani, were convicted
and bentenced to various terms of
imprisonment. Six of the ringlead
ers were biought to Honolulu.
Timsiuv, Aug. 12.
Tho House met at 10 o'clock.
UKfOtm OK COMMIT IT.IS.
Noble Walbridgc presented llio
report of special coniiniUci'on liquor
bills, on two bills submitted to
them. They recommend that Noble
.1. M. Horner's bill, to provide for
the destruction ot Illinois forfeited
under Chap. 47, Laws of 18S8, be
inilelhiltely postponed, as the Act
intended to lie amended was declar
ed unconstitutional -by the Supicme
Coiut. They recommend an amend
ed bill instead of the bill providing
for putting liquor licenses up at
auction. The amendments provide
instead a board of control to regu
late the granting of licenses.
Laid on the table to be considered
Rep. Niiwalu presented the min
ority report of the judiciary com
mittee on the lull to provide for
quieting ol lilies. The minority are
of opinion that if the bill be enact
ed a great many people will pre
sent claims as a mailer of specula
tion, taking advantage of the un
preparednes3 of, the other parties to
defend their titles. They recom
mend the rejection of the bill.
Laid on the table with the major
ity report for consideration with the
Noble Macfarlanc presented the
report of the finance committee on
tho bill to amend the law relating
to stamp duties, recommending cer
tain amendments with which tlic lull
Noble Widemann, in the course of
a discussion on Hie disposition of
the report, held that a bill could not
be passed by the adoption of n re
port. Minister Brown begircd to differ
from the lion. Noble. It was done
frequently. When a bill was read
a second time and referred to a com
mittee, and that committee recom
mended its passage, the adoption of
the report passed the bill to engross
ment. Accepted and ordered to be trans
The President appointed tlic fol
lowing committee on Hie item for
Government schools: Marques,
Macfailane, Bush, Paehaole, Ander
son, Cornwell, Kauiai, Marsden,
Waipuilnni, Apiki, Knudscn, Kauoa,
G. N. Wilcox.
Noble Widemann gave notice of a
bill to amend the corporation law.
Noble Crabbe gave notice of a bill
to regulate the importation of live
stock and provide for its quaran
tining. Rep. While read a first time by
title his bill to abolish road boards.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Excelsior Lodcc No. 1, I. O
Drill Co. B Honolulu Rides, at
Mclncrny Hall, at 7:30.
Court Lunalilo, No. fiCOO A.
F., at 7:30.
Geo. W. De Lonjr Post No
G. A. R at 7:30.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles,
Meeting of heads of families of
the second congregation of St. An
drew's Cathedral in the school room
Chess Tourney, at 7.
A native sailor who had drunk too
much gin, died on board the steamer
Ivaala this morning. He was badly
intoxicated when he got on the
vessel, just before her departure,
and falling on the deck, remained
there singing. When the steamer
was fairly on her way to sea the
sailor stopped singing, and on being
examined was found dead. The
steamer returned to port and the
remains were taken to the Station
House on a stretcher.
THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL.
Mr. John Caspar of Kona, Ha
waii, for the past 24 days an inmate
of tho Queen Emma Hospital,
where he was under treatment on
account of an accident reported in
tlic Bui.lf.tik some time ago, met
our reporter on tho deck of tho W.'
G. Hall this morning and expressed
himself in terms of hearty commen
dation and gratitude for the excel
lent attendance and treatment ro
ceived at the hospital. The ladies
who brought (lowers every day and
other visitors were also very grate
fully mentioned. Mr. G. stated
with Btrong emphasis: "Tlic Hos
pital is tho placo for a sick man,"
and cited his own complete recovery
in proof of that opinion.
Judgo Ilaney, at Chamberlain, P.
D., has just decided that the En
abling Act passed by Congress gave
South Dakota tho right to enact
.prohibitory laws, ond aa this right
was guaranteed subsequent to the
passage of tho Interstate Commerce
law, the decision of the Supremo
Court of tho United Stales witli re
spect to original packages does not
apply to South Dakota.
Noble Muller presented a petition
from the owners of the bark C. D.
Bryant, to refund them 500 fine
for concealed opium. Commerce
Noble Pua from Kalawao, that
Superintendent Evans lie removed,
because he makes the kokuas work,
gives lepers only 50 cents a day
for working, prevents lepers taking
firewood, appropriates money be
longing to lepers, and interferes
with the cook at the Daniicn Home.
Rep. Paehaole from the same
place, with the same, prayer, because
the Superintendent had houses torn
down, and threatened lepers with
deprivation of rations if they refus
ed to remove from Kalawao to Ka
laupnpaT Both referred to select committee
of visitation to Molokai.
oiiur.it or Tin: day.
The President announced that
bills on third reading must be de
ferred, as they had not been return
ed by the engrossing clerk.
Noble Phillips asked that the sec
ond reading ot the Hawaii Railway
bill be again deferred one week.
Second reading of the bill to limit
tlic liability of vessels for opium
smuggling, and violation of tho re
venue laws. Considered with lcporl
of commerce committee.
Noble Pua moved the bill as
amended by the committee pass.
Rep. Kalua spoke against the bill.
Someone should he responsible for
opium smuggled in ships. It was tlic
master's duty to sec that his vessel
carried no opium. If this bill pass
ed the captain would bo found lay
ing the guilt of smuggling on the
cook or a poor sailor. The Hawai
ian route was especially favored by
skippers who wanted tho almighty
dollar but didn't care how they got
it. Only a Hhort time ago tlic port
surveyor of Kahiilui went through a
vessel but could find nothing. John
Good went down from Honolulu
and, although a stranger in the
place, immediately found opium con
cealed In tho ceiling of tho vessel,
whero it was absurd to suppose that
tho cook or any of tho crew hid it.
A placo had been mado for the
opium by cutting into the ceiling,
and this must have been done with
the knowledge of tho master, olll
cors, or owners.
Minister Brown liked the bill no
better than the lion, member from
YVailuku. Its title seemed to be
wrong, it should no caned, "An Act
to promoto opium smuggling and
violation of the revenue laws."
There was no hardship in the law
bought to bo neutralized, as it was
aimed at opium concealed m the
permanent works of the ship. It
would bo very easy for the master
to have the vessel inspected before
soiling to make sure that there were
no secret compartments containing
opium. Most of the vessels coming
here were ovyuod by wealthy corpo
ration, but this bill took away all
Rep. Riekard disagreed with both
the previous npcakcra. Tho bill was
meant to do Justice. Owners of
vessels trading with the island
might be living in Ameiioa or Eu
rope, and it was a great in justice to
hold them lesponsibte forthu doings
of their captains or crows. They
might as well claim that the Cabinet
was responsible for dishonesty on
tho part of subordinate officials, for
instance, the recent opium thefts.
While owners of vessels might be
held legally responsible for the ac
tions of their olllecrs, it was morally
wrong. The bill provided that the
master or any person connected with
the vessel could bo punished' when
found guilty. Therefore ho was in
favor of the passage of the bill.
Rep. Blown considered thill the
amendment proposed by the com
mittee, making the master liable on
proof of guilty knowledge, protect
ed the interest of the icvenue.
Noble Widemann wanted to ask
the lion, member lroni Waihiku how
he would like, it he came here as
captain of a vessel, to be locked up
in jail because one of his sailors had
concealed opium in the vessel. It
was not right to punish a man for
another man's crime. The misfor
tune of the country was that there
was a premium on onim smuggling.
He did not think any shipmaster
came hero for the profit of smuggl
ing. He was not a ship-owner and
had no iuleicst in tlic bill. It had
been handed to him lobe introduced,
and believing it to be a good bill he
supported it. Tlic amendment of
the commerce committee was a
sound one. lie would go a step
farther and put in the first ollicer.
But it. was not right that the owner
should have his vessel confiscated
because the stoker or the cook lind
Minister Peterson admitted that
there was hardship in tho existing
law. So there was hardship in
many other laws. The Marshal was
liable to damages for the acts of his
deputy or of police olllcers, because
he appointed them and had them
under his control. The lion. Noble
might have a coachman who went,
down town for him, and on the way
down he might drive into another
carriage and smash it. The owner
would be responsible under the law
and have to pay for damages. The
law in question was more of a civil
than of a criminal nature. II did not
say that that the owner or master
was to be imprisoned for the offense.
This bill would probably make
smuggling much easier than at pre
sent. The law of 1880 had resulted
in three or four seizures. The Min
ister of Finance had in each case
settled with the owners for an
amount that would be little more
than if cacli one was fined the pen
nlty for smuggling.
Noble Widemann had no objec
tion to the principle so eloquently
presented by the Attorney-General,
of the responsibility of a master for
his servant; but he would ask the
Attorney-General if he was respon
sible for the iWarshal.
Minister Peterson I am to a cer
Noble Widemann ask'ed if lie was
responsible in dollars and cents.
Minister Peterson I cannot ap
point him, nor can I discharge him.
Noble Widemann said we were
keeping an absurd tabu on opium
that made it cheap, and then sought
to redeem ourselves by seizing the
property of shipowners.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox was in favor
of the bill, which he regarded as a
protection to innocent owners. Un
der tho present law one of the
Oceanic steamers was liable if a
fireman look on board a few tins of
Rep. White believed if this bill
passed opium would conic in .so fast
that it would fall to a prico of 50
cents a tin. The owners and cap
tain would tell one of the sailors lo
load up the vessel witli thousands
of tins of opium, and the profits
would bo so great that tho saflor
could fix the customs officers, so
that tho country would be flooded
witli opium. In tlic ease of the C
1). Bryant, tho right persons were
made responsible, for tho opium
could not liavo been concealed as it
was without the knowledge of the
master or owners. If the bill be
came law the owners would have a
Chinaman ready to assuino the res
ponsibility and go to prison on the
discovery of smuggled opium on
their vessel. Ho moved tho pre
vious question and that the ayes and
noes bo called. Carried.
Tho ayes and noes were called on
the indefinite postponement of tlic
bill with the following result;
Ayes Cummins, G. Brown, Pet
erson, Knithane, ,1. M. Horner, W.
Y. Horner, Anderson, Kauoa, Cum
mings, Kauhi, Kuwaiti, Baker, A.
Horner, Kahookauo, Waipullaui,
Apiki, Paehaole, White, Kancalii,
Kalua, Halslcad, Kama!, Knudscn,
Noes Widemann, Bcrger, Mac
farlano, Muller, Pua, McCarthy,
Phillips, Crabbe, Hind, Burchardt,
G. N. Wilcox, Isenbcrg, C. Brown,
Marques, Lucas, R. V. Wilcox,
Richard, A. S. Wilcox 18.
The bill was declared indefinitely
Recess from 12:12 lo 1:30.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL 2d columns, purely local muttei
Mailed li foreign countries, 5 pur
t r,a: 'j'EST.
SAFE! BRILLIAHT! SWEET
IVifi'ct Illuminating Oil In
Limp. Direct from New
PACIFIC HABDffAHB CO.,
C.27 Poittrer(. fit
HART A (!0., or the Kllle Ice Cioam
I'arlois, ul-i to Inform Ilic rrpn
ial public. Iliar i hey have their "Own
Cindy I'aeiorj" iind employ a TlitU-elas-
Ameih'iiu Candy Maker, loo. We
mo now better prcpaieil than e or before
to offer the public u superior nudity of
Choice l'ri'iich Cream Caudles and
Homemade Chocolate Creams of llnest
llavoi.s In anv variety.
Tallies, Chewing .Molasses. Peppct
inints, Homemade and Plain Candies of
all kinds a specialty.
We positively do nut sell any ini
poited Chocolate Ci earns or nn other
Oi cam Candles, as We hac alt facilities
for Ih'sl-elnss home mntitirnctuic.
Our Olobiated Klilu leu Cieam,
Caki.'s uuil l'asl lies aie superior, ns we
employ only Ihl-el.i8s workmen. Give
us a inai.
IIABT & CO.,
Of the Rllle Ice Cre.uii rt; Cmdv fac
tory, at the Kllle llulIdhig,Nn. ftr
1 lolel stieet, v,-n lw
NOW IS THE TIME 1
e Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Arc now selling their Ronds, and upon cany terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes witli every Bond.
The following arc a few of llio many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 0 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, and its
(From the JSTero York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
Tho Largest; Business Ever Transacted by a Llio Assur-
The new business of I ho Kquilablo Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiktt
Million Doi.laus. This is at the rate of ioo himtlred millions ofassur
nncofor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
ESSflnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at bis office.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for llio Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
HENRY I. STANLEV
.: f -.-7 tSAVj;
IN DARKEST 'AFRICA
Tho complete story of Staiik-y'iipcnt thrilling
wlienturia iiml tho tljcluairo of 111 important
IIMuverioi win opnear for tho tlrt tlnw lit tho
votlc written liy Miiwir, cntllliil "In l)nlu.t
Afrfa. in not lio .toceivj.l by uny of tho bo
ciIUmI "Btnnloj books" now Ik Ihb oIKro.l as "cen
uhio" and 'authentic ' To no ono of thwe haa
htnnloy contributed n lln.
'ihTnt snoiiUiiAtioiinlKMit lli'ii ntatetni.tit lui'mr
cnrroctlu ney i.arllcul ir V cmruuti'a It, ami
HiivitiK lemoved our ROD A WORKS lo moio commodious quarter? at
(Near the Custom House)
Wo aie now prepared to furnish at short notice, ami of prime-quality, any
of the fallowing High Class Aerated .beverages,:
li, Sweet, Ln
Sarsaparilla, Saraaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER. SYSTEM.
will ku tart Iculani on arroltctition.
PAMTIOM 1" "'Ur ' '' lo mhM.Mii
UrtU ! itltU a-t tho tans Liars tho Im.
CHARLES SCniBNER'S SONS
Anil that tho camaAuiu list nt cart lot uccrtlQoatu
or Jtji. in y from us w
L L BANCROFT & CO:
132 POST STREET,
Gcasral Agents for tlic Pacific Coa3t.
J. W. Chambcrlin,
Sole .Agent for Hawaiian Kingdom.
IIOTEIi & FOUT STREETS.
-:- BARGAIN -:- SALE
FOR ONLY 1 WEEK ONLY !
"pilIC next teim begins NONT),VY,
X . September IStli. Xew pupils
slioulil apply at once. For Outlier par
tlcttl.iirt apply to
Wji. I!. OLKSON,
.?5 A TATaiited House on Plains,
nfSq TT not far fiom tramways,
te&&&sl miit have dining anil sitting
rooms, 1 bedroom?, kitchen, bath ami
accommodation for cook. Apply "ira
Mltll," Kri.l.KTIN Olllco. tiUS :it
.jYt&yigi rpO rent or lease a Cottage
jfisS X with about four rooms;
fe-feyjLvte about 10 minutes' walk fiom
town; on King or IScictanla sticcts, to
wauls the Plains pteferrcil. Address
"I., it O.," this ofllce. 22 tf
Ouv JHntifo St'.ocli of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Muslin Underwear
Will be Offered at a Great Sacrifice. Also,
Children's Dresses & Lace Caps.
2 Do Not Miss tlie Sale.
-JF?x& A CO'ITAGK on Vineyard
yyfji.v?l J. bticct, recently oceu
JjgSwiSJ! pled by Mr. A. Johnston.
None lint a pewou ileslrnim of becom
ing a pciin.tiieiit tcimit need apply.
Apply to K. S. UUNM1A.
IIOIJSIO with 7 rooms
ami b.tth, on (lie cor
ner of Hi'rct.inla nml I'ciirii-
cola sticcts. Cars pass the door. Ap
ply iitthlrt olllco. r.8 tf
1X120 Stiililos at ine?ent
copied by Hawaiian
Klven Aiijinst lht. Apply to
COS tf J.H. N'AUvKH.
WANTED lit. ONCE !
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hot-ol & Fort Streeta.
E. It. HisNimr, Pi esldent Jb Manager.
(ioiinucr linowK, Secretary it Treasurer.
John Ena, Vice-President
Ckcii. liitowN, Auditor.
SSffi4 A C0T,A('II': within two
4 wlr9 .-- "i inirij iMurnt 111.11.
SfyKMI (be corner of Foil and Hotel
slieutH, unliable for tluce irenUi'mcn for
ImuM'ki'cpliiir. Addtcss ''P. 0. Jlox
Mo. L"J7." fijll) tf
TO LET or LEASE
rpHEltublilciiro of Mrs. A.
I J. Loinr, hi Pauoa Valley.
I Apply to
01 Kliij! St., over J. Noll's toie.
Mil, 0. H. OAItTKK will transact
buiiuuHH for niu iliirliiL? my ab
sence fiom the Kingdom
Honolulu, Auk.9, 1S0O.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. HiirecltelM' Hunk, : Fort Street, Ilonoluln.
IMrOKTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'! Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Ilaviland China, plain and decorated; and Wodgowood
Piano, Library it Stand. LampB, Ohaniloliora & Elcctoliera,
Lamp Fix t urea ol all kinda, A complete ussortm't of Drills & Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Uazollo" H-wheoletl Riding Plow &. Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, Plantcrrt' Steel & Qooboneukcd Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Ptiiiiht, Varnishes & Bruaheu, Manila & Sinai Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
JLAoe, I3Lose, Hose,
RUllIHCR, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, fe STEAM,
Agate Iron Waro, Silver l'lateil Waro, Tabic- (fcl'opkot Cutlery,
Powder, HhoUfc UtipB, Tim Celebrated"Glub" Maobiuo-loiuleil Cartridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplox" Dlo Stock for Pipo & Bolt Threading,
llurtnian'a Steel Wire Fenc.o & Stoel Wire Mats,
Win. C. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges,
Clato City Stone Filters,
"Now rroccBa" Twist Drills,
nov-29-8'J Neal'a Carriago lVuita.