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THURSDAY, AUGUST 1-i, 1890.
OilHU RAILWAY & LANDGO.'S
To Tutu- V.ttevt .Inly . 1MM.
A. M. I'. M.
Loavo Honolulu StlTi 1:45
htr'.vo llonuullnii 10:0," :::0",
Lorvo ISonouliuli 10::i." !t:.1S
Arrive Honolulu 11:5 4:55
Stinr .1 A Cummins from Walmnnaln
LOCAL & GEHCRAL HEWS.
Mii. K. E. Richnids lias been
pointed a Notary Public for the Thin
luilicial Circuit of (ho Kingdom.
A mash mcctiiif;
evening nt I'nlaoo
is culled for this
Square, on 4 lie-
Mr,. 1). 1. Wniluni has been ap
pointed Agent Jo take Acknowledg
ment of Labor Contracts for Hie Dis
Iriet of lfilo, Hawaii.
Slmr I.chua for Nun, ami Ilakiil-iu
.Stnir.las Mal.ec fur K-ip.ia at I p 111
ISnikO O Wliilinoie, Hani, fin Xew
Nlun-.l A Cummins for Walmaualo at
5 p in
VLSSELS lEAYIflU TC-1.ORnOW.
Stun- Kiii'iu tin Maul and ll.iwiill
iltaina and lltiuia-
Ktmrlwalani for I
Una at 10 a 111
Stinr O H Bishop for Walanac
and .vlol.uicla at '.) a 111
Am tils AluVu lSe-e, Fi ll, for Xnnn
iuio, Vancouver Island
CAaCQES"FnOM ISLAND PORTS.
Sinn- C It Ill-hop 250 bags llee, r0
burs In .111, ti'.Ht Ings ugiu, and 84
Stinr .1 A Cummin? -1000 In"1' ngar
and :4 luj-s nee.
Tin: regular monthly meeting of
Hit; Union Feed Go. will be held to
ninriow, at 12:!I0 p. in., at the Com
pany's olllce, (Jticett ntreot.
Ki'r.cnir.NS of crystalied oiUpetie,
iniiHitaetureil by llu) Hawaiian For-tilis-ing
Co., are on exhibition at the
Iltiwaiiaii News Co.V stoic, Mciehnnl
Mil. Jus. F. Moignn will pell nt
public auction next Saturday, Aug.
16th, at noon, about llflceu IilmiI of
hniscH, mures nml colls, at. rear of
Hon. .1. I. DowpoU'h oll'ieo, Queen
An old native named Hmde, known
ns 11 Moiniiiii, was pie.iehiug to a
hiiiall -'in-Ail in the Government -mil
at noon. He woie a bl.iek plug hat
and rend passage fiom a Luge Hible
to proe bk tloctrine.
'I'm: Miintigei of Hit- Ttnutways
Ct., de-iris us to Mnlc in leferenee
to a piiniKiaph in lo-day'-i Adver-liM-r
that lesident.s of Witikiki can
have their pnpem biought outon the
cam if dcsiied at the Paine i.Ue its
heretofoie, i.., f0 eenln a mouth.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PDRT.
11 II M S Acnia, I'ollaid, fiom a enile
(J S SXIpile, MeCiuley. ft tun Illlo
Ger bU AdonK C lliaue, fiom IJii-men
M K Olatidiue, W M Dodd, lioiu 01 11-
llktno S O Wilder fiom San Fi.inclco
IlktucMniy Wliikcliiinii,llXis:ou. fiom
111. Wcnoiia, 0 Tbow, fiom Newcastle
Tin: Ilishop of Honolulu has called
a Hiieri'il synod to meet in the (Jiilh
edial this day. It is (ported that
the object of the synod being culled
together is for the puipo.se of trying
the Rev. H. II. Gnu-en on chaigts of
unstibordination jirefened agninsst
him b' His I.onkhip the Dishop.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
M(i3s meeting at Palace Square.
Honolulu Comnmndcry No. 1 K.
Diill Co. A. Honolulu RHIph,
FQREIUH VESSELS EXPECTED.
II U M KlagMilp War
lli-Kiiip lllen-'llclil -nlIcd fiom
pool Apr 18, due Aug ".'I
ficr lik Faust, fiom Xew Yoil. iu Jli.v-
Am bk Albert, Winding, fiom San
Fianeiseo due Aug 4
l!r bk llliker fiom Loudon, atled Apr
15, due Aug 25
llr bk (iirau fiom I.iveipool, sailed
.Inly 10, due Nov 15-.",0
S fi Knr.illon fiom San Diego due Sep
S S Zeabindia, fiom San Kranei-eo due
fi S Alameda fiom the Colonies en louto
to San Fi.uieiseo due Aug 22
Am bk Maitha Din Is W A Pendleton.
fiom lloiton, t-alled Apill 25, due
Ger ok L'aul Isenlieig, F .T Wolteis,
from Liverpool, :iileb March 8, due
Si-lir Kualukai, Fieeth, fiom l.ile IM
aiidi,, thio Ang20-:J1.
The depaitiue of tbo Amciiean IjjiK
Aldeu De-e for Vaneouver Island was
)iost)oneil till to-moiiow about noon.
The bail; Adonis, Captain Urane, tool
In sugar this morning troin the steamer
.1 A Ciunuiins. She will sail for San
l-'ianeieo either the latter p.ut of this
week or ciily net week.
Tlieb.iil'1' O Whltmoie, Capt Ward,
f-ailcd for the South Seas this afternoon
with about one lmudied and llfly le
turning New Hebridean hiboieis, and
two cabin passengeis.
Airlycd : Aug C, steamer KInau from
Ilonobilu and way ports; Aug '.), Am
f.ehooner SGXoitb, Jpsen master, 11
davs from San Fianelsco. Consignees,
S U Wilder cte Co, l'licliucbii I'lantatlon
Co, Union Mill Co, (J P Halt, Kohala
Sugar Co, and It Jt Hind; Aug 12,
steamer Kinau fiom llllo and way ports.
Sailed: Aug (i, steamer itinnu lor
ITdo and way potts; Aug 10. Am tern
W S Ilowne, iilulun ma-'ter. Caigo:
i:i,003 bags sugar, valued S7ii,102 and 2
horses S2j0. Coiislgnois, T II Davies
tCo, 12,800, and htar Mill Co. 1018
liag-; Aug 12, steamer Kinau for Hono
lulu and way ports.
For San Francisco, per tern W S
Bowne, Aug 10 Mr and Mis Amos, A
Center and two elilldieii, Mr C H lliagg.
COXMX .Tobn Conlln, a nitive ot
Iielaud, boiler maker, aged III
years. San Francisco paper please.
Several hundred immigrant-- for
CiiUfoi-nLi arrived at New York on
I he Norniandie a few weeks ago.
Theio has been tncorpoiated in
Chicago the American Woinan'n
Canning Company. Tito incorpor
iitors are women.
' At Nouatadt, Ilavaria, a laigo
ntowd witnessed the procession .Sun
day in lienor of the American ride-
men. There were lirewoiks and a
hall in the, ovening.
The sending of the Knglibh
Orenadier Guards to Natal as a
punishment for insubordination has
caused a great commotion among
these unlucky men and their fami
lies. M. Lagneau of tho Academy of
Sciences at Vails predicts that in
fifty years n steady decreaso in the
population will place Franco in a
position of political inferiority to
Alfred von Kcndeler, a banker,
fonncily Swedish Consul in Vienna,
has been convicted on a charge of
fraud and embezzlement, and sent
enced to seven years' penal servi
tude and loss of all titles.
St. Paul and Minneapolis ate still
lighting over tho census. Edward
A. Stevens of Minneapolis has bpen
arrested on the charge of padding
returns, and a St. Paul detective
was captured while shadowing Min
WEHNER & CO.
The jewehy store of Wcnner &
Co., Fort street, has been re-arranged,
papered, painted and ornament
ed to an artistic degree. Handsome
black walnut side show cases, finely
grained and stocked with silverware,
give the place a tone of elegance,
while the arrangements of the win
dow and glass show cases, filled
with costly jewels, attract the at
tention of the visitor, who becomes
almost bewildered by the btilltancy
of the scene. The workshop is in
back and the constant buz, of
wheels, the clinking of tools tell how
busy all hands arc. Messrs. Wcn
ner "& Co. are to be congratulated
on the good taste displayed in the
fitting up of their store.
PLAGE FOP. THE WORTHY.
A very worthy man was euchred
out of a commanding position in
the police by the late administra
tion. Reference is made to Capt.
Win. Tell, who was "promoted" to
bo an olllcer of the Board of Health.
The new salary was larger than the
old, but the duties wctc repulsive to
the kindly gtain of the incumbent's
nature. He could not endure the
cries and wails uttered by those
whose Relatives he was compelled to
tea1 away from home. It was
partly this humane sensitiveness
that made Capt. Tell a valuable
man in the police fotce. He it was
w ho had the most to do directly
with stopping the abuse of prisoners
by buital ollicers. The police olll
cers were, moreover, compelled by
him to bo properly uniformed, even
to go shod instead' of barefooted on
their beats, and prevented from
loafing in Chinese shops and on
boxes at the corners. This medium
is selected for the purpose of sug
gesting that Mr. Tell, who is yet in
the prime of manhood, should bo
given an opening where ho could
again render faithful and elllcicnt
service to the public.
HELP THE SETTLER.
Tho gentleman who signs himself
Public Good" in your issue of the
lltli iust., seems to infer that tho
government should spend public
money in the furthering of a prirato
business or enterprise which is to
make accessible thousands of acres
of good land. This might bo satis
factory enough, wcio this good land
to fall into the hands of tho right
class of settlers; but as it hcciiis
more clearly that Bitch a subsidy
would only benefit speculators and
an already wealthy class, who
would get the first fruits of the en
terprise, it seems a doubtful more
towards tho public good.
Allow me as an amendment to
suggest that tho government begin
at tho right end by oiiering every
ndrantago to good settlers under
the homestead act, who might settle
and improve a place which they
could call their own.
The railway would follow such a
settlement quick enough, to the
mutual advantage of all concerned.
I venture to think that it would be
more to tho public good, if money
is to be spent, that it ho to help
hard working enterprising settlers,
who are after all tho backbone of
any country. T. W. H.
Yellow fever is reported as epide
mic nt Havana and foreigners me
dotting away from tho city.
Tnt'ustiAv, Aug. 1 1.
The House opened ut 10 o'clock.
ltri'OliTS Or (-(IMMIITI.I.S.
The prinlim committee leporled
live bills printed.
Hep. Kiekard presented a petition
from llnmnkua with II signatures,
Unit no liquor licenses he granted
after the present ones evpito. 15e
feired to liquor bills, committee.
Rep. A. Horner presented ti peti
tion fiom l.'iupuhoehoc for S10UI)
for a landing. Public lauds com
mittee. Noble Phillips piescnled a peti
tion from 1117 residents of Honolulu,
for si law to provent tho spread of
lantana. Public lauds committee.
COMMIT! i:r.H AVPOtNTUII.
The President appointed the lol
lowiiig scleit committees:
On ocean line subsidies Kalita,
Hush, WicKaid, l-enbcrg, and Ilahl-win.
On Tahiti lino subsidy- Phillips,
Hind, Wuipuilani, iMacfailane, nml
On Sail Diego line subsidy Na
wahi, .1. M. Horner, llalsteud, Mc
Carthy, and Kite.
The President read a cotninunici
tion fiom W. 0. Smith, a member,
in the absence of If. S. Townscnd,
the chairman, of a cninniilleo of the
Legislature of 188b, enclosing a bill
piepared by Mr. Whiting, to pro
vide for taking the census.
Noble Phillips read a first time
by title a bill to provide for taking
the census of 1800 and subsequent
censuses. He also moved that tho
communication from the census
committee be printed. Can led.
Hep. Paehaolo read a fir.st time by
title his bill requiring decisions of
the Supreme Court to be translated
into Hawaiian and published.
Rep. Kalua read a first lime by
title his bill to establish and lcgu
latc the Wailuku Water Works.
lop. Hush read a first time his
bill to amend the Crown land laws.
The same member gave notice of a
bill to re-establish the ollicc of Gov
ernor. Hep. Hakor read a first time by
title his bill to allow sugar planta
tions to intioduce laborers trom
Hep. Kahookano lead a first time
his bill to provide for additional
terms of couit for the Third Judi
ononis or Till. DAY.
Third leading of bill to amend
Sec. 102, Civil Code, relating to
fares of boats for hire in Honolulu
Hep. Lucas moved it pass. Car
ried. Third reading of bill to amend
the leper segregation law. Deferr
ed, 011 motion of Hep. Kahookano,
till next Tuesday.
Third leading of hill to change
the fire limits of Honolulu.
Rep. Lucas moved the bill pass.
Noble Widcmnnn moved the bill
be indefinitely postponed, because
the reasons for it were insufficient,
and it was not intended for the well
being of the town.
Noble Muller moved the bill be
amended according to tho report of
Hep. Lucas said the bill was for
the benefit of residents of Alakca
street, and would enable them to
beautify that street. As to the
esplanade, the Minister of the Inte
rior would not let any of it without
the requirement of buildings thereon
being built of brick.
Noble Widemann was speaking
against the bill, as being only for
the benefit of two or three people,
contrary to the general well-being.
Rep. R. W. Wilcov: interrupted
the speaker with a motion for a re
cess till half-past one.
Rep. Hush, on the 'speaker sitting
down, renewed the motion for re
cess. In the excitement of the mo
ment the business could not be pro
Noble Phillips did not think that
there was anything in the band's
playing to make 11 cause for taking
recess. If the linn, member for
KoolaupoKo wanted to hear the band
thcic could he no objection to Ids
Hep. Hush snid this was a peti
tion of great importance with which
the Iloitso might have much to do.
It was nothing nt which fun should
The motion lost.
Rep. Lucas again defended tho
Rep. H. W. Wilcox referred to
the hou. Noblo's rematk the other
day about being included in the be
nefits. Noble Widemann said ho regard
ed this bill first us a huge joke, but,
if tho bill lie had jokingly asked for
was introduced, he should oppose it
might and main.
Noble Baldwin argued that the
limit might be reduced now, while
there was no demand on Alakca
street for expensive fireproof build
ings, and the law could bo changed
in tho future In case such a demand
Noble Macfarlano considered it
necessary that the fire limits should
bo contracted at the upper patt of
Alakea street. Should any of the
dwellings in that quarter bo destroy
ed, they would have to bo replaced
with brick buildings which would
not look well in a 'wooden district.
Rep. Lucas said there was one
fireproof business building 011 that
street the Mutual Telephono Co.'s
and U10 stores in it could not be
reutcdi There was a tiro station
with good npparatus and men close
by the street, so that thctc was not
much danger of fire.
Noble Isenbcrg ictnirked on the
absence of a provision in the bill to
require fireproof buildings on Hip
Government property. Ho had
confidence in the present Minister
but they might have another gentle
man there one day.
Noble Phillips reminded Rep. Lu
cas that this was not committor of
tin- whole, and he had 110 right to
be getting up so often.
Rep. Lucas claimed piivileges ns
introducer of the bill, and said if
Noble Phillips woiild keep his seat
the House would make more pro
gress. The motion of Noble Muller car
ried, and the Picsidcnl said the bill
could not pass until the amend
ments of committee were inserted.
Third rending of bill to add Ka
hoolawe to the Wailuku Oistiiot.
Noble Macfarlunu spoke of nn
onslaught on Lahnina this session.
If the did nut lcmove Hie town ol
Lahaina he would he surprised. It
was time to call a halt and protect
tho rights of Lahama.
Noble Von Tempsky atgued in
behalf of the hill that, the change
was desired by the owner of the
Noble Crabbe was at Lahaina in
185 '2 and used to go to and from
Kahoolawi) in a day. Therefore he
moved lCahoolawe be left where it
Noble J. M. Horner did not, like
tills snap way of doing things, this
attempt to cut up districts by fili
bustering legislation. The people
had not asked for the change. If
they allowed this manner of chang
ing boundaries, how did they know
bow many ot their distticts would
be divided this session. It was the
V 000E .. . .".
Numerous Maps and Sketches.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
020 3w 40 Merchant st., Honolulu.
nAKT CO., of the Elite leo Cicaut
I'm Ioi-k, wish to inform tho gen
n til public, that tlioy have tlieh "Own
Cautly Factory" null employ a I'lidt
elas American Candy Maker, too. We
aiu nowliettrrpiepiiieil than eerbufore
to offer the public a supeilor quality of
Choice Froueli Oieain Caudles and
HoiiieiniwY Chocolate Creams of tlnest
llavois hi any variety.
Tallies, Chew big' Molasses Pepper
mints, Homemade and Plain Candies of
all kinds a specialty.
We posill-cly do not sell nny im
ported Choeolatu Cieiuus or nny other
Oieain Caudles, as we have all facilities
for llist-ehiss homo manufacture.
Our Celebrated Kllto leo Cieam,
Cakes and Pastries aru supeiior, as wo
employ only liist-class woikmcu. (ile
ih a dial.
HART & CO., .
Of the 1'llte Ice Orenm Candy Fac
tory, at the Elite Hnildlng, No. 85
Hotel sheet. 027 lw
NOW iS THE TIME 1
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Ronds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every lloud.
The following are a few of the many nltraolivc fornn offered by thia
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.
Tho Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
(7Vom the Xew York Sun, April -1th, 1890.)
Tin rjurgoHt; Thi.sinoss Ever Triuisnctcri by :i J -in Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quaiter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiktt
Million Dollaks. This is at the rate of two hundred millions o'assur
uncijbr llit ,(', and Is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
Stay-Information cheerfully furnished lo any- who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oilice.
ALEX. J. CARTWRBGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life, Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
principle of tho thing he regarded.
Hoth party platforms called for gov
ernment by the people, but the
legislation of this session was tak
ing power from Hie people. La
haina was once tho I10I3 of holies,
the sanctum sanctorum of Hawaii.
And should they forget those past
glories? Even now Lahaina was
the second port in the kingdom in
amount of tonnago. As members
wanted the pievious question he
would move it. Carried.
Noble Walhridgc questioned tho
statement regarding tonnage.
Minister Peterson said it was not
The motion lo indefinitely post
pone was lost.
On motion of Noble Macfarlauc
the ayes and noes were called on
tho motion to pass the bill.
Noble Isenbcrg before the roll
was called, asked to ho excused
from voting, as lie had an interest
Noble Martin lane objeetd to mem
bers being excused without good
Noble Walhridgc said it was no
worse than being absent on import
Minister Peterson did not regard
the reason given as sullicient.
Noble Isenbcrg did not see how
Lahaina was benefited by ictainiiig
cmiits. Plantations could be better
run without com ts and lawyers in
Five members voted doubtful at
first, but there being a tie without
them they were pressed to vote.
Rep. Lucas changed his vote from
no to aye, and the result was tho
Ayes-Ministers Cummins, Hrown,
and Peterson; Nobles McCarthy,
Hind, Hurchardl, Marsdcn, Bald
win, Walhridgc, Anderson, Von
Tempsky, G. N. Wilcox, Kanoa and
Iscnberg; Heps. Lucas, Raker,
Kahookano, Kaucalii, Kalua, Hal
stead, Rico, and A. S. Wilcox. 22.
Noes Nobles Widemann, Rer
ger, Macfarlano, Muller, Pun, Phil
lips, Ciabbc, Kauhanc, J. M. Hor
ner, and W. Y. Horner ; Heps. Cum
nnngs, Marques, It. W. Wilcox,
Hush, Kauhi, A. Horner, Waipui
lani, Apiki, Paehaole, White, Ka
ma! and Knudsen. 22.
The vole was declared 2.) to 21
in favor of the bill. Severn! mem
bers doubted the count and called
for another vote.
Noble Phillips said no member
had a right lo question the olllcial
count when declared.
Recess from 11 :')! to 1 :I30.
1 ..ii. . ..
"Min next term begins MOXDAY,
X September 1M. Xew pupils
should apply at once. For further par
tluulais apply to
Wm. 1!. OLF.SON",
r.23 2H l'linelpiil.
HONT. S. M DAMOX will art for mo
miller full power of attorney,
during my absence from tho Kingdom.
W. V. ALLLX.
Honolulu.. Tuly 31. 18!)0. 1122 lm
NOTICE Is hereby givi
not pay debts com
en tlmt I will
iiitractinl In tnv
name without my written oider.
W. C. AC1II.
Honolulu, July 7, 1890. 503 lm
ItJL L'Oih lust.,
will be closed fiom the
for a few mouth.-, dur
ing my absence from the Kingdom.
M. E. GKOSiSMAX,
G30 2v Demist.
Having u'nin-ed our SODA WORKS to moro commodious quarters at
No. 29 Tr-OJEaVX1 STLTM3Q"27JC
(Near the Custom House)
We uio now prepaied to furnish at idioit notice, and of prime quality, nny
of the Wlowing High Chits Aei.itcd Revenges:
, Sweet, Lemon, StMterry or Cream
Sarsapavilln, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
IVing exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
'LLISTER Es, CX,
COItNElt HOTEL & FOKT STREETS.
ALL persons ate forblddeai to ties
pass or to allow eattlo on the
Plantation and Rice Mill of Koalaea,
Koolau. All parties found on the lauds
after 8 o'clock at night will he priibo
cuied to the full extent of the law .
SINtt HOP WAI CO .
CLT. 2w l'er Lung Cluing Wa.
VTOTTCF. is heieby
iriven that Ouoiur
has sold his business
at Kaliiilui, Maul, store, lease, build
ings, tools, etc., to Chong Wo Tong.
Date of sale August II), 18'JO. All elalniH
to date of sale will he settled by Qnoiig
YIek Sung. Signed :
CIIOXO WO TONG.
Honolulu, Aug. 13, ltf'JO. (U0 lw
XXTantcil House on Plaius,
not fur from tramways.
must have dining and sitting
uedrooms, Mtchcn, Until and
accommodation for cook.
wail," Ilui.i.r.riN Olllce
GRAND -:- BARGAIN -:- SALE
FOR GILY 1 WEEK OWLY !
rpHE lPgular quarterly meeting of the
X Union Feetl Co. will he held at the
Coinpnuy's otllee, on Queen street, on
FRIDAY, the Kith hint., at 12:30 o'clock
! M. H. V. fiRAIIAM.
112!) at Scuictiuy.
rpo rent or lease a Cottage
JL with about four looms;
about 10 minutes' walk from
town; on King or Ileietauin slieots, to
wards the Plains prcfcired. Address
L. & 0.," this olllce. (V.'2 tf
Oibv .BiJiitii'c S;oclc of
Ladies', Misses' & (Wren's Muslin Underwear
Will be Offered at a Great Sacrifice. Also,
Children's Dresses & Lace Caps.
2S Do Not Miss tlie Sale.
ACOTT-AGi: on Vineyard
htieet, recently occu
pied by Mr. A. .Johnston.
None but a person denlrnus of becom
ing a permanent tenant need apply.
Apply to H.S. CUNHA.
A IIOUSK with 7 rooms
Ix. and bath, on the cor
ner of Ileietauin and I'enfia-
colu otrects. Cars pass the door. Ap
ply at this otllee. 81 tf
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streotfl.
E. R. Hi-Nimr, President & Manager.
tioiiKKKV l'uowN, Secretary & Tie.isurer.
John Ena, Vice-President
Ckcii. JJiiown, Auditor.
THE Hawaiian Construction Co. will
not be lesiionslblo for any bills
cnnti noted in their name without a
willlOn order Mgned either by I).' P.
PeteiHon or.f. M. Oat.
IS. F. DILLINGHAM,
Manager Hawaiian Conatiuutlon Co.
Honolulu,, Inly 11, lfi:H). OfKS lm
fi 0111 my premises. A
Ktw.ud will bo paid on
S. M. DAMOX.
to JIOKSEAIEN !
LELKO Stables at piP-nnt
occupied by Hawaiian
Transfer Co., permission
given August 1st. Apply to
COS tf J. H. WALKEIL
WANTED nt ONCE !
COTTAGE within two
or threo. blocks from
tho eniiicr of Foit ami Hotel
streets, suitable for thice gentlemen for
housekeeping. Adthoos !', 0. TIox
Xo. 2U7." fiHO If
TO LET or LEASE
apply at the Dairy
rpim Celebrated Rim
JL nlngStalllon -'Shenandoah"
thU season nt the
For further particulate
rpiIK Residence of Mrs. A.
JL J.0111-. In Paiin.- Yullev.
I Apply to
I'AVII' 1A TU.N,
ill King St., over.!. Xott's stoie.
'pill' above lewaid will bo given to
X ttii)oiti) furnishing Information Hint
will lead to tho conviction of the person
or portions who cut the ling iopn ut China
Engine Co, Xo. G 011 .Saturday night.
ISrlug Information to
028 lw ForeniHii Engine t'o. N,o. B,
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Spi-i-ekplM Itunk, : Fort SUrect, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havllcnu China, plain and decoratod; and Wedgcwood
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Cbandeliors & Eleetoliera,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete UBsortm't of DrillH & Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION
Tho "G.uolh)" It-wheeled Riding Plow it Equalizer,
ISlueheard Rico l'low, Planterb' Steel & Uooaenecked Hops,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
PuiuU, Vatnislu'B & Briudict), Manila &. Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Howe, Hose, Hose,
RUllllHR, WIRE-ROUND of suporior quality, & STEAM,
Aguto Iron Ware, Silver Plated Waro, Tablo &. Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shut & (Vpu, Tbo Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded OnrtridceB, '
Hurt'a Patent "Duplex" Diu Stock for Pipo & Bolt Threading,
Hartman'tt Steel Wire l-enco it Stwl Wire Mam,
Win. U. i-islu
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"Now Process" Twist Drill, tlfl
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