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FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1800.
OAfflJ RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To 'I'll Iff KflVrt .ul.V tD. !.
A. M. 1'. M.
Leavo Honolulu 8: IT. 1:15
Arrive Hanoulluti 10:0" :i:0r
Lcava llonoulluli U) :'.'' :i:.1".
Arr.vo Honolulu Il:ii3 -1:55
firlir lol Wahlno from I'aaullii
t'elir l.nvinla from ICnlua
Slim IVhsfiom iJamal.iia
I'liur Klmm for Maul and ll.nvull at
1! ) in
Slim 1 vl:tiil for Lithahia and Uiunn-
l;u:i at 1(1 a lit
Htmr U 11 Iti-mop for "Vaianae, allium
iititl Alnktiluiaattlu m
Am lik Aldun ltcs-e, KrlK for Ntuin-
iinn, Vancouver Maud
Schr I.avluia for "Colon
for I.aio nml Koolau lit
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sdir Moi Vahlne-20IO bigs ti--n-Stuir
lYle ISL'J liny sii.ir.
-From liauiakna, per stun- Prfr, Aug
15 It A '.limn, II K I.yinan, .1 K ICau
iianiano nml li deck.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kt
nau, Am,' : A Ynuim, II STowncnd,
1) II hahaulelio ami wife, -Mrs M
Hrown, .1 S Smithies anil wife, Mrs
SlUlmnii, .T Dvor, dipt Taylor, 51i-s
I'liiik, Father Maximo, Father (.hat lea,
Father Oliver, Father l'aul, Geo ()
Naeayjnia. A M Sproull, O N Arnold,
A 'L' Atkinson, Mrs Phelps and :'. chll
dicn, Kimo (I'nke), L Ake and child,
jMlss L brooks, 1. A'ou and wife, MM
Kapula. Mi06 Holme'- 00. MI-s Annie
Withelm, V T Tluiim, C H Kemp-ier.
wife and clilltl and about 7."i deck.
The baik Aldon Bcc, Captain Friis
nailed thW afternoon for Naiitihno, Vitn
roiiver Island, in ballast.
The b.ukontiue - G Y ildcr has flnlsh
imI unloiidiii'4 her cargo of jener.il mer
chandise within four days. She is now
taking in sugar at Wildor's whuif, and
will probably sail for San FrancNoo
.irly next week.
The German baik Paul Isenherg,
Captain F .) W oilers, is Ifit) d.iy.s out to
day f i om Liverpool for this port.
LOCAL &. GENERAL HEWS.
Rkad Messrs. Lovejoy & Co.'n rani.
-.. m- - - "
Tin: Turner Vercin will meet at
tliu Armory to-night.
Class 11 will pluy in the Stcinitz
Chess Club tournament to-night.
Tun Band will not play at Emma
Squnie to-morrow afternoon, but at
the baseball ground instead.
At 12 o'clock noon to-tnonow, Mr.
.Inn. F. Morgan will poll about 15
bead oflioi.-es and colts ul lcnr of
Hon. J. 1. Roweoll's ollice, Queen
Tun report lespeeting the object
of a meeting of the Sacred Synod of
the Anglican Cliuicli, tbo substance
of which was given in :i iiaragiupli
in our last issue, appears to have had
no authoritative foundation.
A rmaij. firo broke ont in the loof
of a kitchen at the corner of Bore
lanin and Punchbowl streets, this
ufternoon. Tho alarm was sounded,
but the i'ne was extinguished without
the aid of the Firo Department.
A mars meeting to hear speeches
on tho proposed constitutional con
vention was held on Paluco Sipiare
last night. A thousand natives, in
cluding women with babes in arms,
were present. The speaking 'began
rather late from a platform in diuk
ness. A lantern brought later shed
light on the faces of tho speakers.
Speeches weto made by Messrs. Ma
kekau, Kokoa, Kiha, and Kiiuknu,
of the delegates, and lions. Kulua,
Kanealii, White, Wilcox and Ntiwahi.
All were loudly eheeied.
LET SUHSHINE CREEP IN YOUR
Nothing mnkcR lioiue so Imppy s
tho perpetual sunsliine of a con
tented disposition. None of the
little troubles of lifo arrest progress
or pleasure in that home. There is
always a rainbow to bridge the rlfls.
The sky is always blue, nml the
wind blows from the light corner
of God's beautiful world, where
tli.it disposition winks its will. All
things move in ucuordunt music and
measure whuic the linppy nature's
voice gives the dominant key.
A person which creates hnppinofs
and bridges the faults of his or lier
daily asFticiatea is u line child of
God, and mother tinluio may well
be pleased with her production.
Kuch a person is not only n blessing
to him or herself, but lo nil who
come in contact either in society or
the home oirclc. It has been wisely
said, 'A smile costs so little, why
not give itf" We echo the sentence
with our whole heart, and say give
il abundantly, give it fiocly.
I have Occasion lo pass a coiner
eveiv day, where u few natives
gather together for a little social in
tercourse, and the frank, honest
open smile of hospitality which they
bestow upon me, makes me feel
blighter and lighter the lomnindcr
of the day. Their faces beam with
thai innocent good niiture and good
fellowship to every human brother,
that at once disarms the nineteenth
century etiquette and proclaims her
face of rigid lines a fiaud, a mask
instead of a face beaming with pure
Cultivate the sunny natures, they
are the roses in the human family;
everything will be more gentle and
dii put in movement, nil wheels will
inn more smoothly fur the presence
of these individuals: their own habits
and customs of always looking on
the sunny side vill gradually be
accepted, and those even in the im
mediate neighborhood will catch the
relleclion and grow to look for the
"silver lining" of the cloud in spile
What such happy people are to
those about them, it icrpiires per
sonal experience of them to know
in the full extent, for word
would completely fail to tell. They
are the consolers of trouble, the
spurs lo endeavor, the sympathizers
in joy, the beguilers of trouble, the
condolers of sorrow. With their
own buoyancy they bear everyone's
burdens, with their sunshine they
banish everyone's shadows and in
short turn Pandemonium into Para
disc, I attended a snug little dinner
party in my travels at one time,
and the total lack or absence of
this quality caused the dchciously
cooked viands to be poorly served,
and the evening which might have
been happy a total loss. One party
present, a bright little woman, did
not dare conic to the rescue of the
sinking hospitality. AVhy ? Hecause
she knew "Mrs. Grundy," the
most important personage in town,
was there, and that she was there
for the express purpose of pounc
ing upon her if she ventured to
audibly smile, for it was the rule of
that house to be serious and con
stantly sit in tho shadow and look
out upon God's bright sunny world
as something to be feared.
Oh, let us cultivate sunshine and
morality, let the heart be pure and
it will shine through the face, puri
ty of purpose is the only safeguard
we require to assist us over the
slums of suspicions, that childlike
simplicity which is the emblem of
spirituality, what gcni3 of thought
we lind emanating from tho child
like train, so deep, yet so pure.
God bless the little cliildien,
Where over they may be,
In the hut or in tho palace,
Or far out upon tho sea,
Like flowers in the crowded city,
Liko birds in the forest free,
Clod bless tho little cliildien
Wheie over they may bo.
Whether they walk in splendid
With satin sandalled feet
Or nutive-liko barefooted
Adow'n tho busy stieot,
Whether they kneel at even tide,
ISesido a mother's knee,
Or lonely bleep in oiphaim' homes
Still tenderly pray wo
(Sod bless the happy cliildien
Who ever they may he,
For blessings of happiness (hut fall
More thankful lot us be.
Mai Fa i.
IE LEillSLif IE.
EVENTS THIS EVESIIHG.
Polynesian Kiicampment No. 1, I.
O. O. l', at7:.IO.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. I, of
II. at 7:30.
y.t St. Andrew's Calhc-
A DIHMER PARTY.
Mr. Pitowno of the U. S. S. Nip
sio gave a farewell dinner to his
friends last evening at the Hawaiian
Hotel. The decorations, Haas,
lights, etc., were all red. The
following couples sat down at
table: Mr. lirowne and Miss
McGrcw, Col. G. W. Macfar
laue, His Majesty's Chamberlain,
and Mrs. Dr. Henri MeGrew, Hon.
Paul Neumann and Mrs. Paymaster
Corwine, Lieut. Purccll, U.S. N., and
Miss Ynes Neumann, Lieut. Haw
ley, U. S. N., and Mrs. Uenjes,
Lieut. Valentino, It. N., and Miss
Neumann, Capt. McCurloy, U.K.
N., and Mrs. Dr. MeGrew, dipt.
Pollard, R. N., and Miss Tinkler,
Paymaster Corwine, U. S. N., and
Mrs, Ilaalclea, Dr. Henri MeGrew
and Miss Whitney, Mr. Kenjes and
Miss Brown, Dr. McGrcw and Mrs.
HO NATJVE SAILORS.
The adulteration of the American
people by tho simultaneous increase
in foreign immigration and tho im
proved opportunities of bread-winning
offered lo graduates of Ameri
can free schools was curiously illus
trated by a recent incident at Maro
Island. Orders wero recently re
ceived from tho Navy Department
forbidding the recruiting olllcer from
shipping on men-of-war sailors who
were not natives, or at least foreign
ers who had declared their inten
tion to become naturalized. The
consequence was that very few men
are being shipped, and the Mare
Island authorities are puzzled where
they can get crews for the Marion
unci tho Adams.
f.,i I .!-.. ! ,.f . ..t.r.
AllU CXpiailUllUII 1M, "I i;ulini',
thai young Americans can do better
than ship hcfoie the mast. They
can earn more money and lead
plcasanler lives ashore. If they
wish to go to sea, Ihoy go as olllccrs,
not ordinary or able bcamcn. It is
not easy lo devise a cure for the
evil. The nation caunot well af
ford to pay fancy wages for Bailors ;
and yet, unless It doeB, it must con
tinue to man its ships with jack-tars
of foreign birth, S. K.Call.
Fuio.w, Aug. 15.
The House opened at 10 o'clock.
uut'oitTs or coMMirrrr.s.
Hep. Rice prc.eiilcd the following
report of the select eoinu.iUPP on
the Item, "Government Physicians,
Tiniir. Hon. J. K. Wu.ur.it, Prel
detit of the Legi-daline of the
Your committee to whom wcic re
foried the item in Hie Appropria
tion Hill, "P.iy of Government Phy
sicians" and petition No. !)2 from
residents of Ililu praying for a
change in the olllco of Government
Physician, have given caieful atten
tion to these matters and have also
conferred with the Ilotud of Health.
As the. result of our deliberations on
the mutter Ihst named, your com
mittee recommend an approptiation
for Government physicians of forty
thousand dollars (510,1100), Hit- nl
lolmentnf salattes to the several
Districts lo lie in accordance with
the schedule hereto annexed and
forming part or this report. The
excess nf 10,000 over the amount
of ('10,H0U exhibited in said sche
dule, namely, '."200, your commit
tee believe to be no more than a
reasonable margin to provide for
cases of emergency that may arise.
In connection with the approptia
tinn herein lceoniinended, your com
mittee beg to locotnmend further:
1. That the P.onrd of Health
give more explicit instructions than
heretofore to every Government
physician in tegatd lo the dispens
ing of medicines and attendance
upon the sick, to the effect that
persons, particularly native lla
waiians, unable to pay fees, and re
quiring the services or the doctor at
their own homes or places of resi
dence must be promptly and care
fully attended, and that medicines
and' medical advice bo readily ob
tainable by such persons whether at
their places of residence or otner-wi-e,
as may be necessary.
'. That a Dispensary Physician
lie appointed for Honolulu, as your
committee believe that the duties of
the President of the Hoard of
Health, should that olllco continue
to ho held by a professional man,
are sitlliciently numerous, if attend
ed to properly, lo monopolize the
time of any one person, and in the
event of a layman being placed at
the. head of "the Hoard of Health,
the necessity for the appointment of
a Dispensary Physician for (lie city
It. That a layman be appointed
President 6f the Hoard of Health
and that ho be required lo make
ireqtient tours of inspection through
the several Districts of the King
dom. Your committee are of opin
ion that a layman would be more
likely than aprofcsstonal man to be
in sympathy with the people and to
insist upon their necessities being
duly attended to, as it is generally
believed that a doctor is disposed to
stand by the members of bis own
profession in cases when the interest
of the physician and the public in
terest happen to be diverse.
Your committee have further to
state that wo have obtained assur
ances from the Hoard of Health:
(1) That complaints bearing upon
the conduct or services of Govern
ment physicians will be promptly
investigated, and any physician
against whom complaints of miscon
duct or neglect of duty arc substan
tiated will bo forthwith dismissed;
and (2) that all Government physi
cians will be instructed to make de
tailed quarterly returns of cases at
tended and of the general health of
their respective districts.
In tho matter of petition No. 92,
from IHIo, also referred to your
committee, for a change in the olllco
of Government physician, on ac
count of the present incumbent be
ing a lady, your committee think
that the grounds set fortli in sup
poit of the prayer of petitioners are
well taken. Your committee recog
nize the fact that there arc diseases
among a large portion of tho popu
lation dependent upon the Govern
ment physicians for medical treat
ment, which those alllictcd with aro
exceedingly averse to have diagnosed
by any doctor, and the aversion lo
examination by a lady practitioner
is naturally very much greater. We
therefore recommend that a malo
practitioner bo appointed for the
Ililo Histrict. Your comniitteo,
however, believing the lady now
occupying the position of Govern
ment doctor for the llilo District to
lie a skilled physician, are of opin
ion that the Hoard of Health should
endeavor to secure her services in
connection with tho proposed Ililo
Hospital, should lhal institution be
Tho clinirinan of committee stated
that Noble Phillips objected to the
fourth recommendation, that a lay
man should bo appointed President
of the Hoard of Health.
Laid on the table to bo considered
witli the Appropriation Hill.
Noble Pua presented the report
of the select committee on the reso
lution of the same lion. Noblo relat
ing lo the pay of the keeper of the
Royal Mausoleum. There was no
specific appropriation for pay of
keeper in 188(5, 1887, or 1888, but
there was a general approptiation
for care of mausoleums, and men
have been employed for that pur
pose. Tho committee do not think
it proper that an item should bo in
serted for back pay, but recommend
that an item of $300 be Inserted for
pay of keeper of the ro-al manso
Ipiim at Machine for H.e curiPiil
Rep. Marques reported progress
from the select committee on postal
and education items.
Rep. Knlua presented the rer.ort
of the select comniitteo on " Sub
sidy to Ocean Lines, $18,000."
They recommend that the item pass
and that Hie Ministry should make
such arrangements with Hie agents
of said tines as would he for the ad
vantage of the country.
Laid on the table to be cnnddored
with Hie Appropriation Hill.
The President appointed, as select
committee on homestead law bills,
Waipuilani, Marques, Hurchaidl,
Rep. Knlua read a first time by
lille his bill to convene delegates lo
a convention for (laming a new con
stitution of the kingdom.
Noble Htirchardt read a licst time
by title ids bill lo extend the duties
of 1 lie commissioners of agriculture,
Tho same member, under suspen
sion of tho rules, presented a peti
tion for 7000 lo erect water tanks
and troughs in Ilamakua. Laid on
table for consideration with Appro
Noble J. M. Horner read a first
time by title hi3 bill to abolish the
olllco of Auditor-General.
Hep. Knudspti read a llrst time by
title his bill to amend the taxation
Rep. Lucas moved reconsidera
tion of the vote passing the. Kahoo
After a ruling that the motion
was in older, and the previous
qttuslion carrying, the motion was
Rep. Raker read :i first time by
title his bill to amend parts of the
laws of 1882 and the Civil Code.
Rep. Ntiwahi gave notice that the
select committee for that purpose
would "isit the Kalihi Hospital this
afternoon at o-M,
J"cp. A. Horner gave notice of a
bill to provide for a Police Justice
for Noilli Ililo.
Rep. Nawalii, tinder suspension
of ihe niles, presented two petitions
from Hilo, for a law authorizing a
Hep. Hush read a first time by
title a bill to appoint road supervi-sors-in-ehief
on the different islands.
Rep. Kahookano gave notice of a
bill for the relief of contract la
boiers. Rep. Hush, under suspension of
Ihe rules, presented petitions from
Koloa, Kauai, and liana, Maui, for
a constitutional convention bill.
Rep. Kanealii presented two simi
lar petitions from Maui.
All laid on table to be considered
with the bill.
Minister Hrown presented a statis
tical report, in response to resolu
tion of Rep. R. W. Wilcox, on the
quantities of drear ais impoitcd iulo
oitDEit or Tin: day.
Third reading of bill to amend
the naturalization law.
Passed, on motion of Rep. Kalua.
The House went into committee
of the whole, Noble Phillips in the
chair, for consideration of the Ap
Section 2, Finance Department,
Commissions of Tax Assessor for
Wailuku in 1888, due to Hishop &
Minister Hrown explained the
item, which passed.
Noble Marsden moved to take up
the item, 'Subsidy to Ocean Lines.'
The item passed.
Discount on samn last previous
itetnj due AV. L. Ureen, 8151.05.
Salaries for last period not paid
Circuit Judge, Maui, SI (IS. Passed.
Circuit Judge, Kohnlu, $150.
Noble Widemann wanted to know
how these salaries came here, when
the law authorized their having been
paid on the '10th of each month.
Minister Hrown said the books
closed on March 111, and, unless the
drafts wero presented within a rea
sonable, time after that date, they
would have to go over to the next
Noblo "Wideiiiann was satisfied.
The item passed.
District Judge, North Kona, SI 00.
Do. South Ivonn, SI00. Do. Ilama
kua, 8250. Do. Honuaula, S'1.1.
Do. Ilanalei, 8125. Do. Kawaihntt,
8222.5. Do. Koloa, S 150. Do. Wat
mea, 8125. Clerk Second Judicial
Circuit, 850. Assessor for Hawaii,
8201.00. Passed. ,
Minister Hrown moved lo insert,
Return of taxes illegally collected,
8217.07. Ho read the list of peti
tions examined and allowed making
Hospital fund, estimated, 87000.
Sec. )). The following sums am
ounting to $1,511,217 aro hereby
appropriated out of any moneys in
tho treasury, for the service of the
biennial fiscal period commencing
with April 1, 18!)0, and ending with
March 31, A. 1). 18U2.
Addition to Custom House, 84000.
Noble Widemann moved that a
select comniitteo bo appointed, with
tho Minister of Finance as chairman,
to reviso the reading matter of these
sections. It was very confusing to
have to look from one seolion to an
other before finding all the items
appropriated for certain objects.
Minister Hrown did not see the
necessity for a month's additional
work. These items were for perma
nent improvements and reproductive
public works, for which il was not
allowable In draw from the general
revenue. The change would requiic
nn alteration of the Government's
system of bookkeeping.
Noble Widoinann said Hint was
Just t'to change ho wauled. The
Reform Government had deformed
the Appropriation Hill. Ho believ
ed they had changed from one sec
tion to another just as suited tliein.
Il was to relieve the Ministiy from
this unlimited discretion that he
made his motion.
Noble McCarthy produced lists of
bills paid by the late Government
afler Match "list, which should have
been paid before that dale. They
wero not paid in the proper time
because the Government found it
convenient under the wording of the.
bill lo make the expenses a charge
on the next period. Thus the pre
sent Ministry wore saddled willt
bills incurred by their predecessors
and with which they had nothing
Noble Wiilliridgo aked for further
explanation from the Minister of Fi
nance. Minister Hrown said he had noth
ing to alter. He could not under
stand the lion. Noble. If he wanted
lo make alterations he could move
them at the proper time.
Noble Widemann denounced the
wording of Sec. (!.
Minister Hrown said there was no
use in borrowing trouble. If there
was anything wrong with il, when it
came up amendments could be con
sidered. Noble Isenbcig wanted Noble Vi
demaun's reason ariainst the word-
Noble Raldwin was in the House
when this new foi in was adopted.
Previously when appropriations ran
out I O l!'s were given for salaries,
and it was deemed better to legalize
the payment of salaries until a new
bill was passed. The classification
prevented such evils. The Privy
Council had stretched its power un
der Hie Constitution in voting money
out of the treasury when appropria
tions wero exhausted.
Noble McCarthy read some of the
items previously cilod by him, and
gavo Hie opinion that the late Minis
try exceeded its authority in making
these payments after the closing of
their accounts for the period.
Noble Widoinann thought the lion.
Noblo for Kauai was very dull.
What lie meant was that there were
four kings over this country Hie past
three years, and he didn't want to
have any such four kings.
Noble Isenberu called the lion.
Noble to order. He had no right to
call him dull. He was no duller than
the lion. Noble. The lion. Noble
had now given his reason, he was
not satisfied witii. the last Ministry.
They had the triumph of the last
Ministry in this Appropriation Hill,
that the House had passed up to
this time without finding any fault.
Noble Widemann wanted to know
who had the lloor.
Noblo Isenherg I have the lloor.
The Chair Noble Widemann has
Noble Isenherg lie had no right
lo call me dull.
A motion for recess carried.
Recess from 1 1 :55 to I :.'10.
NOW IS THE TIME I
The Equitable Life Ass
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Honds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with cvety Hnnil.
The following ate a few of Ihe many attractive forms offered by this
oiiginalnnd pingressivu Cotnpuhj':
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 JVeio Vnr.i Sttu, April -Mh, 18S10.)
The hargnsl IJuninr-ns Ever Trtuiaiuttod by n Iiitt Ahhiiv-
The new business of the Kquitablc Life Assurance Society of New
York for the llrst qiiaiter of the present year is reported to exceed Fikty
Million Dollaus. This is at the rate of two hundred Million of assur
ance, for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
CeTlnformalion cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his ollice.
ALEX. J. GARTWmGHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the V. S. Jan-l-i0
Having leinoved our SODA WORKS to more commodious quiuters at
TVo. 20 U'O.ESl? SJ.IIETGyXV
(Near the Custom House)
We are now picpured to furnish at short notice, and of nime quality, any
of the fallowing High Class Aerated Hevcrage.s:
Plain, SvbsI, Lnun, Straiten? or Cm
Surtifipjirilln, Sarsaparilla & Iron "Water, and Crab
U.-iiig exclusively the HYATT PURR WATER SYSTEM.
l-'2tT STPBSEB5T. : : :
COItNElt HOTEL & FOTCT STREETS.
QMM -:- BARGAIN -:- SALE
FOR OELY 1 WEEK OELY !
HOUSE AilD LOBBY.
They say that Noble McCarthy
will have to be naturalized as a citi
zen of Maui, since he sits and votes
with the nobility of that island.
There would bo less confusion
over divisions if members voted on
the first call, and if those absent
when the question was put were not
allowed to vole.
The woods will be full of Police
Justices when all the bills making
new ones become law. Their juris
diction in civil cases being increas
ed as well as their numbers, how
ever, makes less reason than ever
for increasing the number of Su
premo Court Judges.
Rep. Hush's bill to recreate Gov
ernors provides for their election in
stead of royal appointment as of
old. The representative for Kooiau
poko on Hie strength of this will
sport a democratic plume in his hat.
Rep. Pachaolc must be deemed a
rash man to have tempted the heavy
chairman of the sanitary committee
to sit on him with a dull thud, as he
did at adjournment yestctday afternoon.
Jiai EiJaitirro -3:ocJ.c of"
Will be Offered at a Great Sacrifice. Also,
Children's Dresses & Lace Caps.
& Do Not Miss tlie Sale.
15 Nuuami St., Honolulu, 11. 1.
L'ole Agouti lu tie lhw.1H.1n IilamU fur
'Old Mjynolla" i "0. P. T."
Pino uouriion WliHUus,
Laclmtan & Jncolil'i
Celebrated Cnlitarpia Wlnct.
Aha, always u t.tu:V, a full Hue if tbo ikolcut
S. El-IIILICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
,. li JPtlLl'IMI JUJ.H.'JH .IJIJ I M II I." IJ .'CPWffgWW
K. It. llKNimv, President A Manager.
OoiH'itKV J'ltowN, Secretary i&Ticasnrer.
John Kna, Vice-President
Ckoii. 1'kown, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppn. J-iprecUolw' Itunk, : Fort Ntrccr, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and HEALERS IN
Oen'i Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
We hiivo fiii-
Sarsaprilla & Iron later
Manufactured by .Schmidt A Co,,
Stockton, Cain. It Is the most
wholesome nml delicious tonic and
bovorago of tho ago.
ft" Orders from tho other Islands
promptly attended to and yoocls c.uo
fully packed for shipment. .1:12 'Im
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgowood
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, Chandoliora & Elcctoliere,
Lamp Fixtures ol all kinds, A coniploto nssortm't of Drills & Files,
PLAHTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION
Thn "Gaollo" :i-whoelcil Riding Plow fe Equalizer,
Hhiebeiird Rico How, I'liinlors' Steel fc Gooscneckcd Hoes,
LAUD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED, -.
Prtinln, Varnishes it HrtiBhoB, Manila & Sisal Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Hose, Xlose,
IHJ15HEU, WIRE-HOUND of suporior quality, it STEAM,
Agate Iron Waro, Silver Plated Waro, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it CapB, The Celebrated "Olub" Machiiio-loadcd Cartridges,
llait'H l'lttont "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipe it Holt Threading,
lliirtiniiu's Steel Who Fenco it Hteol Wire Mata,
Win, Q." Fishor'n Wrought HUiel RatigeB,
Oalo City Stout Filleru, , fii
"Now Process"- Twist Drills,
nov-29-811 Ncttl'a Carriage Paints,