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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1!), 1890.
Htnn l.ehiia hum llukrtlmi
Stijir Klnau fioni Mnul iiml Hawaii
Sruir I waltiiil f i im Niimnkiin iiml l.alui-
.'itinrC. It lU'lion fiom cln lilt of Oalin
! liinjvilaue.a lion fur Hnnvikti i
VESStLS HAVING 10'MORROW.
.Stnti- l.cliuu fur Nun, and tlnkal.ui at 1
Stun-Jul Makee for Kup.u ill -1 1 in
JJmk 0 O Uhitinoiii, Waul, for New
Am bk Aliluu Ui'xxc. Fills for Niina-
llllO VullCQtlVCl Mnnd
For Maui, per MnirLikolIke, Aug 12
Mi Stacklo, Rev Ueekvvllh, wife nnd
danghlei, Father 'Ihcodoiu, Father Ma
ltil.it, Kalhci Vcntuel.i, U W Ynuek, O
V tfinllli. N Mos-minn, and uliont fit)
For Kauai, per simv Mikiili.tlii, Aug
l'J-V V Li.ckvvood, 11 M WnMi, O
hihnll, A V Auhovvi and wlfi Mill)
Ategiegoi. Mnit r j1m. Miss lucdcn-
b-is, i: Weight, j n Miiinotit, u ii
JJMliop, Father Libeil, Uobt Andievvs
Father Einuieian, Call Andiows, All
Willi. Ah U'nl. mid about 4!) duck.
Mom llaniakua. per stmr Iwalaui.
Aug U A Young, 0 D Atlllei, Mm M
Rets, Homy C51le, Mis Oclsl, ami "1
Fiom lliiwn'I and Muni, per Ptuir M
liiill, Aug 13 Fiom Volcano: W II
linoyer, O F Gile-, C 10 boil wick, L
Moim o, MWs K Sh iv, Ml? II R Otish
iii.ui, Mi-, A 15 Lwnii., W T 15ilglr.un. A
Waiisev. Fionivv.ty polls: Hon II 1"
Ualdvvln, .1 MacAiidievv, 11 S Tovvn
M'liil, vv ill- uml chilli. .1 Xelpor, wife and
j'hihl, A V Cooke, wife uml child, T
.spencer. Hi o llenrv, Ibo Edvvnid, Mrs
O IC Stlllin in, MIsmjs Lyon-. (2), Miss 0
Low, W P Luiiiahelhel, Mis RR Hind,
Mis Ostium, .r S hmiihies, Itev .1 M
hili'i,J Uignell nnd 2 (lilldicn, C V
Ucmpster, Kiino(l.ike). Miss iliilcka.
Mib., niiim, Mis O W Smith, Mis S
Noli'ln,lev V 11 Kltcat. UusFiobocse
and 72 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr I.eluia Solfi hairs sugar.
Stmr Iwiihiui It'.iSO hugs sug.ir, 01 hides
and 74 pkgs mindiieh.
Stmr Khun 0109 bags sugar, 240 hags
potatoes -i!) bigs until, 20 sheep. 27
pigs, (1 hales ool,:i8 hides, 15 ei.ites
)ouls, 2.10 packages sundiicb.
The tern W S Now no left Mahiiknna
foi tjaii I'laneisto on Sunday morning.
Aug 10, with a full e.ugo ot sugar and
The hrig.intlne .1 G North anUcd at
Mtihukona Sunday, Aug 10. 14 days
1 1 oin San Fr.ineif-co.
The baikcntitio Kate Fllckinger sail
ed fiom Ililo, Sunday, Aug 10, for San
J'laneiseo with lull eaigo oi sugar aim
The steamer .las Slakcc was loweied
fioin the Marine Hallway tills af lei noon
."ilie will sail for Kapaa at " o'clock to
The balk C OAVhitmoie will sail for
New Hebrides at 2 o'clock to-moiiow
SCO'IT At Tlilo, Aug. 1, to the wife of
V. R. Scott, a son.
SIMS-In Honolulu, Aug. 12, to the wife
of W. It. Sims, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TiiEnn was a yither conceit nt
"Waikiki Villa last evening.
Tun Hawaiian Band will play at
Queen Emma Hall lo-nioiiow unpii-
- Mksshs. Egan & Gunn aie picpai
ing for their fust annual cleaiance
'aah bale, to coninience next Mon
day, Aug. 18th.
Ebbatum. For "E. O. Hall & Son
imported and brought," etc., in the
Commerce Committee's lopoit on
alcohol, lead "imported and bought."
SunscitiiinnH to tlio Mutual Tele
phono whose rentals are tlireo months
overdue will he discontinued on the
switchboard, fiom the fust day of
next month, unless they pay up be
fore that time.
Last night a burglar cnteied a
dwelling house at Waikiki. Ho went
llnough three bedrooms, securing a
lmly'u watch from one, hutawoko the
occupant of the thiid loom befoie ho
had found anything, and was fiight
Last night, at about 10:15 o'clock,
four men lying almost nuked near
the road, in a vacant lot, jumped up
and yelled like demons just as a
gentleman and his wifo weie passing
in a biake, Though the horse was
veiy tamo, it shied and neaily tlnow
the couple out onto the car tiack.
W11M.1: Mi. Thos. Walker's ton
and another youngster weie jilaying
Hdldlers at tho lebidonco of Mi.
Walker, yesteiday, a distressing acci
dent oceuired. One of tho hoys,
with tho assistance of a chair, got a
loaded pistol from a high shelf, and
when a gill of ten yeius was taking
tho weapon away fiom him it went
oil', Tho bullet went through a door
and struck ono of tho boys below the
oye sideways and lodged in the cheek
hone. Although the bullet has not
been taken out, tho young fellow, is
doing well and, it is believed, will
Services at Central Union Church,
Services yt St. Andrew's Cathe
Drill Co. C, Honolulu Rilles,
Oalm Lodge No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., at
Meeting Ilcalnni Ro.it Club, 7:30.
' Meeting Myrtle Roat Club, at
HAPPENINGS IN HILQ.
Tclrplioiie ltcnloii.-Hnvy I'.urlli.
Tch llilo Record of the nth insl.
lias an editorial on lltu cottony
scale bug, hoping the commissioner
will leave nothing undone lo )ic
vent the pest, spreading from Oalm
lo llic other islands.
At a incctiiiK held at the
phone olllec. in reference to new
lines and new additions to the olllce,
the following weie decided upon:
To have a bay window put in facing
the alieet, for Hie switch hoard.
This will i;ivo nioio room for the
libiary aud the handsome book fase
Unit, has been gracing the fiont
porch of the telephone building will
be moved to better quarters.
The olllec will bo open day and
night, so that calls will be answeicd
tit midnight as promptly as in the
daytime. This will necessitate the
having of two operators, but a long
felt want will be satisfied.
A petition has been going the
rounds lor the extension of the Hue
between hero nnd Kau, and to con
nect the Kawaihae line with the Ko
liala one. We hope that the amounts
n&ked lor will bo ginutod by the
Legislature, and that woil; will soon
(rnninence on the lines.
The social held last Tuesday
evening at the residence of Mr. F.
S. Lyman, was a vei3- enjoyable
An opium raid was made out in
the country aud several Chinamen
were biouglit in as tho result. They
all pleaded guilty or foifeitcd bail.
Nothing has been heaid of the
engineer who disappeared a week or
so ago in llamaktia, from the Iwa
laui. The new steamer "Claiidine" for
the Wilder Steamship Co., passed
t)3r here on her way to Honolulu,
last Sunday morning 'about 0:30 a.
m. She came around the Horn,
but we have not learned how many
days she was coining, as she did not
touch at an3' ports on this island.
Yesteiday morning Ernest Lyman
and his sister Ellen left for the vol
cano. We understand that Einest
makes a trip to the top of Mauna
Loa, on a scientific exploration for
From the paity just arrived from
the summit of the mountain, we
learn that there was no action in
the crater Mokuaweoweo, but theic
was a good deal of heat and from
all appearances theie had been
action a few days or a week pic
vious. A noticeable feature in the crater
was an immense sulphur bed. On
approaching it one would pass over
a number of feet of white material
in all piobability alum; and from
this uses the sulphur bed or bank
for over a hundred feet. This sul
phur is ot the purest and brightest.
It is so bright that it has a very
perceptible glow at night. The
specimens to be gatheied there are
beautiful, beyond description. We
would not advise specimen gathereis
to go there, however, for the trip is
otten attended with all the nausea
one experiences on the Kinau. This
was the cxpeiience of the paity just
down fiom there.
snisiuc shocks. .
An extra of the Record, (5th inst.,
reports, "A Succession of Earth
quakes," and "A Startled Commu
nity," the following being the parti
Last Wedncsdaj' night at 11: IS
the town of Hilo was awakened
from its peaceful slumbers by a
series of eaithquakes, the haulcst
felt in some tune. The first two
schocks were very severe, knocking
down vases, easels, opening doors,
and breaking many valuable pieces
of bric-a-brac. These were followed
by thiec lighter shocks, which did
no damage, but frightened the
townspeople to such an extent that
some left their homes and went to
their neighbors for refuge. At one
of tho homes in town un. upright
piano was moved a foot from the
wall, and the stove was thrown
from its standard on to tho iloor.
An hour later another shock was
felt, but it was not as severe as the
first, but of longer dotation.
During the first shocks the tele
phone operator was talking to a man
at Laupahoehoe, 2G miles distant,
about the first two shocks, and
when the others came he called out
"here's another," and it was some
seconds befoie the shock reached
Laupahoehoe. At every ono that
came ho called out "here's another"
and the man at the other end of the
line had time to say, "it is not here
yet," and to wait a few seconds be
foie it came. This showed that the
shocks came fiom tho south and
travelled north, Laupahoehoe be
ing north fiom Hilo.
Thclliloities are beginning to say,
"It i3 getting nbout time for an
other outbreak fiom Mauna Loa."
Our Mahukona correspondent
sends the following exti act from a
Hilo letier, adding, "Same felt in
Piiehuelui and Mahukona, same
evening about 10 o'clock:"
'There- was a big earthquake here
on the Gth about 11:20 p. m. When
I got home IJound my folks almost
f lightened to death. Everything in
glassware lino was broken and
everything in the rooms moved out
of place. Fortunately no very
serious damages have been renoileil
Tub Temple- of Fashion is making
ready for a grand display of their
now goods, eU) lately arrived.
iWftfffW rt.MfcrihH v '"tfiw
Wlunuspay, Aug. ID.
The House met at It) o'clock.
itr.roitTs or commmii:i.s.
Rep. Lucas from the piintiug
committee lepoited m'Umi bills
Rep. Kahiapiesenled the report of
the judieiaiy coiuinilleenn Rep. Ka
ilhi's bill to piovido foi the appoint
ment of a police magistrate for the
DUlilclnf Kwa. They believe that
with tin inliodiiPtioti' of railways
the district will become so numer
ously populated that a police magis
trate will be lcquircd; thcrefoio
lecomineud the bill pass to cngioss
ment. Rep. Paehaolc moved the lcpbrt
bo adopted. Can led.
Rep. Kalua piesenUd the leport
of the same committee on Rep. Ka
hookiino's bill to increase the jurib-
diclinn of police mnglsliates to
?!I00 from i-JOO in civil cases. They
find the bill dcleelie and submit an
amended one, which they lecom
mend pass to engrossment.
Minister l'.roun said a similar hill
had become law this session.
Rep. Kahookano explained thai
the othei lcfened to disliict magis
trates. Rep. Waipuilani moed theiepoit
bo adopted. Cairied.
Rep. Nawalii presented a seiies
of questions lo the Minister of Fi
nance. 1, Ilowmany tins of opium
were sold from duly ui, i, to
Julv 31. 1890? 2, 'To whom was
such opium sold? il, How many tins
to each buyer''' I, What was the
piice in each case? f, Is there any
left not disposed of, in the Custom
House, and, if so, how many tins?
Noble Phillips gave notice of a
bill to provide lor taking the census
Rep. Kiuidsen gave notice of a
bill to amend Scc.2, Chap. 37, Laws
of 1880, and to icpcal several sec
tions of said law and the law of
Rep. Kahookano presented aieso
lulion foi S")9.50 to lefund taxes lo
certain pel sons. Referred to Min
ister of Finance. The same mem
ber gave notice of a bill to provide
foi the boldinsr of additional terms
of court in the Third Judicial Cir
Rep. Kanealii moed that the ole
indefinitely postponing the vessels'
liability bill be reconsidcied. Car
ried. Noble Widcuiann moved the bill
be considered under the order of the
Rep. Lucas moved a leconsider
ation of the vole indefinitely post
poning the life insurance agents'
license bill, Lost.
Rep. Rickaul read a first time by
title his bill relating to the carrying
of lepers on steam vessels.
Noble G. N. Wilcox moved that
the majority and minority reports
of committee on the Honolulu
market be made a special order of
the day for to-day.
Minister Brown said there was a
special order already for to-day, and
moved the market rcpoils be tuc
special order for to-morrow.
Amendment accepted and carried.
Rep. Rickard moved tho rules be
suspended that he miglit lead a
petition just received from Hawaii.
Canied. Petition was for S3000 to
make a road across the bottom of
Waipio Valley. Referred to public
UBDI.il Or TIIU DAY.
Third leading of bill lo provide
additional facilities for the acquir
ing and settling of homesteads.
Rep. Kalua moved the bill pass.
Rep. Paehaolc wanted to know if
a corporation transferred a tract of
land under this law, would it belong
to tho Government and thus be ex
empt from taxation.
Minister Brown answered that it
would not belong to the Government
until an absolute transfer took
place. The Government was sim
ply an agent in the matter.
The bill passed.
Third reading of bill lo lncicasc
the duties on coffee. Passed.
Third reading of bill lo provide
for sanitary inspection of hotels and
Noble Phillips moved the hill
Rep. Nawalii moved it be inde
finitely postponed, and repeated his
aiguments on second reading.
Noble Crabbe indicated what ap
peared to him the frivolous nature
of tho objections.
Rep. Paehaoio considered tho ex
isting regulations of tho Boaid of
Health sulllcicnt to cover the sani
tary condition of coffee shops. The
bill was defective in providing no
penalty for keeping a licensed place
in an unsanitary condition.
Rep. White was of the same opin
ion now ns before, ilio mil was
laid out on second reading, aud this
was the timo for its funeral. He
ridiculed the bill by reciting evil
possibilities from its becoming law.
Noblo Phillips had no idea that
the bill would excite so much dis
cussion. The members ontho back
seats had indulged their usual pro
pensity for flights of tho imagina
tion. This bill was not intended to
bear on tho location of a restaurant
but on its internal condition. There
was no doubt with him after personal
inspection that the condition of
some of those places was detrimental
lo tho health of the community.
The bill passed.
Reconsideration of bill lo limit
tho liability of vessels for opium
Rep. Kauhi thought nothing could
bo added to the full discussion of
yesterday. He therefore' moved
Mint the 'hill be indefinitely post
poned and that the ayes and noes
bo called on the question.
Noblo J. M. Horner desiied to
know the reason for having the bill
Noble Cornwell had no good
reason to offer, lie was in favor
of thi bill, but had unwillingly been
absent fioin the House when the
vote was taken. It was not right
tint icspcotahle linns should be
hold icsponslblc lor the wrong
doing of their (tenants. Did any
body suppose that .1. D. Sprcckels
iS: Bios, had anything to do with
the opium seized at Kahuliii.
Noble ,T. M. Horner was rather
glad that this matter had come back
to tho House. He gave a vote
against the bill yesterday without
giving reasons. The bill had been
rightly chaiactorii'.ed as a measure
to piomoto the smuggling of opium.
If a captain would have his vessel
thoroughly searched for opium
whene'er lie got out lo sea,
and there was opium on boaid
that a policeman could get in
fifteen minutes the captain could
surely get it in fifteen days. It
looked absurd for ownera to ask this
Legislature for protection, when
they had the power in their own
hands. Our present laws demanded
of shipowners thai they assist our
Government in keeping opium out
of the country, and they had better
facilities for piecnting smuggling
than the Government. If this law
passed captains would not care how
much opium their esscls biouglit,
and the door would lie thrown wide
open for the intioduction of the
drui!. If there was any member
who could give a'leason for the pass
age of the bill let him hold up his
hand. (Sevcil members show theii
hands.) Let Noble Marsdcn an
swer. Noble Marsdcn said he was not
present at the olc, aud if lie had
been would piobably have oled for
indefinite postponement. But ho
had been thinking a gi eat deal about
it since, and now considered il
would not be right to hold an owner,
who might live in Liverpool or Ger
many, responsible for the mastei or
crew. Let the master and olllecrs
be held lesponsible.
Noble Wideinaun denied in toto
that this bill was intended lo pro
mote the smuggling of opium. It
was our opium piohibitory laws that
promoted the smuggling of opium
and tempted eveiy sailor coming
hoie lo smuggle it.
Minister Peterson knew that the
argument on behalf of the owners
was a veiy catching one, it appeal
ed to the fair play of members. But
this law was the same as was on the
statute books of almost every mari
time nation on earth. Why should
Hawaii be the first to break away
from such laws, when those of other
maritime nations were much more
stiingent than this. It was only the
ether day that the owners of a large
Atlantic steamship were mulcted in
heavy damages because a fireman
smuggled -100 cigais. Our law pro
vided that the Minister of Finance
could settle with the owners when
judgment was rendered agaiust
them. Was it not belter that this
discietion should be allowed the Min
ister than that the precaution should
be swept away.
Noble Mullcr did not see how the
bill would cither promote or prevent
smuggling. There was moic opium
smuggled under this law than be
fore. Noble Baldwin moved the House
take recess. Carried.
Rep. Marques gave notice that
the committee of thhtcen on the
schools item would hear all inteicst
cd to-morrow morning at 8:30.
Recess from 12 to 1 :30.
Tub Government is violating (lie
ii ligation icgulatiou in sight of the
windowb of tho Water Woiks ollice,
by keeping two spriukleis going
within the prohibited houi.-i.
Tin: Constitutional Convention
Commiftco appointed at u public
meeting in Palace Squat u recently,
will meet in the Anon Hull at !
o'clock to-morrow morning, and will
call on tho King at tiio I'.ilace, at 11
Last evening several joung liidicn
in becoming bathing costumes, uml
protected from goblins by two young
men, went cubbing along Waikiki
beach, with torches and lanterns. It
was a weiid picture the jiaily made
in the loielilight, and the lccklctm
dash of tho young ladies after u din
coveied crab was intcicsting.
AI.I pailles having elahiii against
His Majesty, coutiacted Mneo,
December. 1SS7, mo lequesled to pre
heat ItcmUcil accounts, with dates of
payments If any on name, at the Cham
bei Iain's Oillce, on or before Thursday
ncM. G. W. MACFAKLANK.
Ills Majesty 'h Chauihuihiln.
Chambei Iain's Ulllce, Aug.l:, I bill),
Mutual Telephone Compauy,
ALL Fiibseilbcfsr whoso lentnls aie
three months oveiduu and un
paid on September 1st, will bo, discon
tinued on tho Bvvltohhonui of the Com
pany. Per older.
O. O. HLROER,
C.10 til Treasurer.
PAPER to subscribe
X for la the "Dally Bulletin."
osnta per month
Just Publish eel
-ilium (iitoi r inr
ittrsiiiAri ii w'uii
Hnnwwus Maps and Sketoiies.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
!' 3w ft Mciehan! M., Honolulu.
T J ART A GO., of (he Ktlle fee Cie mi
Ji I'mlois, wish in hifm in the Kvu
uial public, that hc 1ium their "Own
Catuly Kictorj" mid omnlov a Klirt
cliis,s Aineiloau C'linUv Maker," too. Wo
aic now heller inopii oitli in oei befoie
to offer tho public a Miperlor inulltv of
Choice 1'icnch t'leam CnuUlcs and
tloaiemiilni herniate fi earns of ihievt
llauns In am vaiietj.
Tallies Chewing" .MnliMos, IVpnei
uilnts Iloinemulc nml Plain Canities of
all kinds a specially.
We positively do not sell anv hn
poi led Chocolate Cie.iius or anj "oilier
Oream Candles, as lme all facilities
for Hi it-class homo maiiuf.ietuie.
Our Celehiated Bllte Ice Cieani,
Cakes ami l'asliies are Mipeiior, as wo
emplov only lliat-olasswoikmen. Che
us a tilul.
HART & CO.,
Of the Kliic Ice Cieim A, Cimlv l'ac
toiy, nt the Elite HullilbiNo. 85
Hotel MiiM't (jjr i..
CooM BoM Oats!
1 1 call liliil.
KSrroi S'lle at all lending 'ioco-
MITCHELL & PETEKSON,
OH1' H. V. Agents. 1 2t
"IiTY ofllcp will be closed fiom the
JUL !!flth Inst., for a few mouths, din
ing my absence from ihe Kingdom.
M. II GHOiSS.MAX,
"''0 '!" nemis.
NOTIOII islu'ieby given dial Quong
YiekLuug lias sold bis hublness
at Kahuliii, Jlaui, Ftoie, lease, buildings-,
tools, etc., to Chong Wo Tong.
Date of wile August T.I, ltJ'JO. All claims
to date of F.ilo will he settled by Quong
Ylek .Snug, .Signed :
Honolulu, Aug. l.'i, 1S30. (i.!(i lw
Wanted IToue on Plains,
taiij must nave dining ami Kitting
looms, 4 hediooms, kitchen, bath and
accommodation for cook, Applv'IIa
wall,'' Hui.i.r.Ty; Oillce. '(ijs.'tr
ryO lent or lease a Collage
X with about four looms;
about 10 minutes' walk fiom
town; on King or Itcirtimla stieeK to
wards tlin Plains prefuned. Adihens
'I.. X C," ihls olllui. na. if
UOUSK with 7 looms
niul li.illi it, (luti.ni-
S23iierof lluielaula ami I'eina-
nohi Flict'lij. Cms puss the door. Ap
plynt thUolllie. Ml If
Li:Li:0 .Stable at piesent
occupied by Hawaiian
TiaiHfer Co., iiuiihImIoii
August 1m. Apply to
J. a. WALKF.K.
WANTED nt ONCE I
or tliieu blocks fioin
tho comer of Port and Hotel
Btrccts, Hiiitahle for tlueu gunlleiuuu for
hoiiMtkeopliig. Addicts ''P. O, Uox
No. yii7." nooif
rrilK Itepideueo of Mr. A.
X Long, In Pauoa Valley,
1)1 ICIngBt., over.). Kott'fiHtoie.
S20 ItEWAKD !
riIIIJ above levviud will bo given to
JL iiu)ouo fuiulr-iilug lufoiiiiullou that
will lead lo tho conviction f the perhon
or persons vv ho cut tho Hug ropu ut China
Engine Co, No, 5 on .Saturday night.
Urltiglnfoi matlon to
G2J lw Foiemaii Knglno Co. No. t,
NOW IS THE TIME !
E!i irt H ?' c h n v Ta H II jt u q H n. Ca un
Society of the United States,
Are now selling llicir Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with eveiy Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by thia
oiiginid 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, and its
From the iVera York Sun, ApriUlh, 1800.)
The riaraoHl linjunt'ss Evcv Tniusucteil by a -Life Assur
The new business of the Kquitable Life Assuiancc Society of Now
Yoik for the first ipiaiter of tho present year is reported lo exceed Finr
Million Doli.aus. This is at tho rale of tico hundred millions of assur
ance Jh) the ,v'ir, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assuiance.
irInfoi matioii cheei fully furnished to any who will write to or rail
upon the undci signed at Ins oiliec.
ALEX. J. CARTWRiCHT,
Genoial Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the lT. S. Jon-l-ab
Having leniouil our SODA. WORKS to nioio commodious quarter? at
(N'eav the Cii-toin llmive)
Woeio now pienaied to furnish at shoit notice, and of prime quality, any
nf the following High Class Aeiated Boveiages:
, M, Lemon. Stouter
SarBapitrilln, SaiBaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Uaing PAchibively the HYATT l'UKE WATER SYSTEM.
GRAHD -:- BARGAIN -:- SALE
FOR ONLY 1
Oiar FCntivo JU;oolc of"
Lies', Misses' & Children's Mm Underwear
Wi3! be Offered at a Great Sacrifice. Also,
Children's Dresses & Lace Caps.
2Cs Do Not Miss the Sale.
S. EHRLICH & CO
E. It. IIkniihv, President A Manager.
(lOnriiuv ltuovvN, Uccrctuiy ite'l'iuuMiror.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
0iii.Mprccktals' IlnnU, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPOltTERS ami DEALERS IN
Oen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
.Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgowocd
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, ChandoliorB & Electolicrs,
Lump Fixtures of all kiuild, A complete usuortin't of Drills & Files,
Tho "aiuollo" 3-vvhooled Rulini; Plow & Eipializer,
Uluebeard Hico Plow, Planters' Steel & Qoosonccked Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paiitlu, Yaruiehes & Uriibhca, Manila Sc Sisal Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Hose, Koe,
Agato Iron Wuro, Silvor Plated Ware, Table- & Pocket Cutlery,
Povvilor, Shot A. Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded CarliiiluCH,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for ripe & Bolt Threading,
Harlmnn's Steel Wire Fence & Stoel Wira Mats,
Wm, U. Fisher's Wrought bteol Raugoc,
Gate City Stone Filters,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
noV'29-89 Neal's Carriage Paints.
& FOKT STREETS.
WEEK OfLY !
Corner Hotel &
John Ena, Vice-President
Ckcil JJuowN, Auditor.
ot superior quality, it