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, Fill DAY, AUGUST 22, 1890.
To Tako I'.Cert .Filly 10, 1S00.
fitinr J A Cummins from Wahnatialo
Tern Ke Alt lloti from Hawaii
8 H Australia, frotnSan Francisco
Stmr Iwnlnnl from Ilnmnkua and La-
Ktnir lu him from Ilakahtn nml Nun
Stun ,1ns Mnkco from Ksuiiil
fitinrW a Hull for Hawaii and Maul
10 u m
Stmr.O It Bishop for Waianae, Walalmi
ami ALokiilcln. at 0 a m
Schr Ka Mol for lliln
j-ohr Llholihu for Kauai
VESSELS IE AVI!! 2
Am lern Mary Dodge, J
T Gallop, for
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Iwalaul 217! bags sugar,
Stmr Luhun 2500 baps sugar.
Stmr .7 A Cummins 1200 bag's sugar.
FOREittH VESSELS EXPEOTED.
II B M Flagship Warsplto from RrlllMi
Hr'shlp Ulengflchl sailed from Liver
pool Apr 18, duo Aug 21
Ger' bk Fun it. from New York via Bra
zil i b!
Francisco duo Auk 4
Drbklilrkor from London, sailed Apr
15, duo, Aug 25
Br bk Git Van from Liverpool, sailed
.Inly 10, due Nov 15.30
B B Farallon from San Diego duo Sep
8 8 Alameda from tho Colonics eu routo
to San Franolseo due Aug 22
Am bk Marina Duvls, W A Pendleton,
from Boston, sailed April 25, duu
, Sept 1-15.
Ger bk Paul Iscnborg, F J Woltcis,
from Liverpool, sulleb March 8, due
S 8 Zealand!)!, fiom San Frnnciseo, duo
llktnc Discovery, from Snn Frnnciseo,
Bktne W II Dlmond, from San Frou-
elsco, duo Aug 20-25.
Bktne Planter, from San Francisco, due
From San Franolseo per S S Austra
lia Aug 22 Mrs W" Mnmblar. Palmer P
Woods. Miss Bello Woods, E E Robins,
G S Fatten, Frank Hicks and wito, Mrs
ThoR Gray and Infant, Mrs J A Hopper.
Mrs E W Petersen and child, Mis IC W
Cooper and 2 children, Geo Lyourgus,
Mrs Z'K Meyers, Kev T L Gulick, Miss
Annie O'Nell, Cbus Davison, J W Col
vllle and wife, Miss Nettle E Ham
mond, Tlios Hind, Alfred H Smith and
wife, Miss Roso Adlcr, W T Gilman, l'
It Koblnsou, J S Muhhead, II N Mavo
and wife, Miss Ruth Ward, and 72 In
From Ilamnkua per stmr Iivalaul,
Aug-i2 Hon W HKlckard, A Swans
ton and Bon. W H Soper, Joseplilno &o
per, and P II Bhoro.
From Kapaa per stmr Jas Makee, Aug
22 Mrs Knurk, H II William, Mr
Keolting, Dr E L Hutchinson, and 12
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr WG
Hall, Aug 22 J 8 Emerson, J R Mycr,
Rev Kitcat, Rev S II Davis, lCanakanul,
Kahalenui, Miss Kahalcuul, Apaua,
Akana, Mrs Dickenson and daughter,
Mrs McKay, Mrs Mclntyre. Mis.Lcwls,
W F Roy, Mr Kalanipoo and (13 deck.
Tho stmr Kliiau is due to-morrow
morning from Maul and Uawall.
Tho tern Mary Dodge, Capt J T Gal
lop, has llnished unloading her cargo
of lumber. She will salt for Humboldt
to-morrow morning In ballast.
Tho steamship Australia, Capt II C
Houdlettc, sailed from San Francisco,
Friday, Aug 15, at uoon, with 34 cabin
and 72 steerage passengers. Also 1601
tons of general merchandise, including
410 bales hay, G700 gals beor. 2 horses,
and 850,000 treasure for liiahop & Co.
Experienced light northeast trades and
Una weather tho entire voyage.
CORRESPONDENCE WHICH EX
To His ExcmxencV C, N. Si'enceii,
Minister of the Interior,
Your Excellency: I have tho
honor to submit to you tho following
report, being the result of investi
gations pursued by myself in cpn
junction ivith Dr. J. II. Kimball,
President of tkc Board of Health,
assisted by Dr. Henri G. McGrew,
Physician to the Government Dis
pensary, for tho purpose of estab
lishing a diagnosis of tho disonso at
present existing among the Swino of
Observation both Ante, and Post
mortem of tho affected animals has
resulted in establishing tho fact that
tho disease is no other than Typhoid
or Euterio fever, commonly known
as Swino Plague, as the dlscaso is
highly contagious and very fatal in
its naturo and not amendble to
treatment, I would advise, that this
report be published in English and
Hawaiian and that Section 7 A and
Section 7 B of Chapter 29 of tho
session Laws of 1881 be strictly en
forced. N I am, yours respectfully,
VT. T. Monsahhat,
Executive Inspector and Government
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS-,
A riiOM room with board U to lot.
A cortAar; on School sli-pft is to
Class 15 pliy in tho Chess Tourney
Tur. luxury of fresh frozen oys
may ho hail nt Quito's.
Tltc Australia will sail
Frnnehco on Friday next.
Tnn Hawaiian Band plays at.
Hawaiian Hotel this evening.
The Leplatmu thin
onlercil that tho Honolulu
An adjourned annual intetinj: of
tho Knhului Railroad Co. will ho held
on Monday next.
Two largo magnificent horses at
rived this morning by t ho stcamr-r,
for Hiti 12:;. .T. A. Cummins.
AMoxn cloven Chinamen who ur
rived by the' Australia to-day were
tivo actors for tit" OhinpsoTheatio,
Two mines and three ctdth will bo
cobl hy Mr. Lewi .1. L"vey, to-inoi-l'ow,
ut niiou, in fiont of his miIu.v
Tiicnn will bo mivtiogd' both of
tho lluwniinn Council American Lo
gi'in of Homer and tho Turn Vcir-in
Tun Sportsmen's Afocintimi w.is
regularly organized nt a mooting held
last evening, at the Hawaiian liolcl.
A constitution and by-laws, wcio
adopted, and. (ifllecra ('levied.
Tiiu Farrnllon will le.ivc San Diego
on August 23id, arrive at Hilo on
Sept. 1st, reach Honolulu Sept.
5th, and loavo Honolulu for S.m
Francisco on the Dili September.
Tun Anon r.ulwuy picnic In Ray
mond Grove will take pl.ieo a week
from to-morrow. Tho hoeioty will
havo prrungerneiils under consider
ation this evening, and when com
pleted will announce them to tho
EVENTS" THIS EVENINC.
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1,D. of
R., at 7:30.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of II.,
Meeting of the Turner Club, at
Seiviucs at St. Andrew's Cnthc
Band concert Hawaiian Hotel, at
Chess Tourney, Class B, nt 7:30.
Meeting of Amateur Baseball
Meeting of Anon, at 7:30.
"With a view of meeting the con
venience of the business community,
the Tramways Company nrc about
to inaugurate a flftcon-minutc service
on King street, plying between the
Chinese Theatre and Thomas Kquaro
only, commoncins; on Monday next.
The through service between Palatini
and Waikiki will run every half
hour throughout the day, as at pres
ent. The now (iftccii-miuutc service
will be maintained for a few weeks
on trial. If sutflcient support is
afforded it by the public it will he
continued permanently: if not it
will be withdrawn.
HOUSE AHD LOBBY.
Deputy Sheriff Lyman of llama
kua lias visited the House several
times this week.
Mr. Dillingham waited patiently
on the House all of yestcrda', but
the Oahu Eoilway Bill came not for
ward. Noble J. M. Horner whistled
for tho switch Just beforo adjourn
ment, and the train will come off tho
sidetrack to-day under special or
ders. Noble J. M. Horner exalted tho
road board of which ho was tho
head yesterday altcrnoon, only to
havo it ruthlessly put in a hole by
his colleague, Noble Marsdcn.
Ono of the Maui Nobles lias pre
sented the press table with u top,
wherewithal the scribes may relievo
Hie , tedium of speeches not wortli
A SUSPICIOUS WORLD.
This is a suspicious world, and the
more highly civilized tho mora sus
picious. A gentleman returning
homo from a social gatbeiing, tho
other evening, quietly 6topped into
a friend's yard and took a survey of
the residence. There were no lights
vhlblo, and the intruder forthwith
retired. But the friend had observ
ed a human form through tho latticed
verandah, and Bteppcd inside to
possess himself of a deadly weapon
for self-protection. On returning
he found nothing unusual in sight.
The next morning he told his neigh
bors that a robber had visited his
premises tho previous night, but
escaped without receiving or doing
damage, adding that tho prowler
would havo got a lump of lead had
he not shown such remarkable celer
ity. Now, the fact is, Hint the in
truder wa3 an intimate friend who
had promised early in tho evening,
when outward bound, that ho would
call when returning home. He was
latcr'than he expected, but, to keep
Ids word, entered the yard to ascer
tain whether his friend had retired
or not. Finding no light, he nt
once withdrow, went to his homo
near by, betook himself to his vir
tuous couch, and slept tho sleep of
the juet until the sun's rays around
him from his peaceful slumber. This
littlo circumstance is magnified into
a fabulous story In which the writer
played tho part of the prowler with
out bad iutent.
TBE ISBISLATOBK. i
FnttUY, Aug. 22.
The Legislative Assembly was
called to older nt 10 o'clock,
uiu'oirra or commit ii:i.
Rep. Ctnninings presented thu re
pot t ot thn public lands colntnilleo
on tho bill to prohibit barbed wire
fences. They find Unit no lo3s or
duintigo luii been reported from
barbed wire fences. These have
been in iih' many yenn and become
generally adopted, as an effectual
inonnq of keeping out animals.
They therefore rncommend that tltc
bill bo laid on the table.
The report was laid on Hie table
to In considered with tho bill.
The same committco reported on
tin- petition and resolution for 1000
to improve tho landing at I.aupa
hochoe, recommending that the ap
propii.tlion be made. Also on the
petition and rcHolulion for fclf,000
for roads hi Kan, llnding that thu
amount, has already been appro
priated. Noblo AlcCailhy presented llio
repot I. of tho military committee on
matter within their jurisdiction.
The four companies of tho Hono
lulu Rillus had bent visited and in
spected in battalion order. They
IicMpvo Hint for tho peace and wel
fare of the country no such military
oiganizatinn should he nllowcd to
exist, tlieteforn leeonnneud thai it
be disbanded, tho oJllucrs and tncni
bets to retain their uniforms but re
turn tho arms to the Government.
The coinuiilteo recommend that
suitable quarters bu erected for
married men in the King's Guards,
that a new cooking range be bought
for thu Barracks, that the tli ill shed
be sold, and that certain arms and
cavalry supplies lie sold by the
Rep. R. W. Wilcox moved tltc re
port he adopted. Carried.
Noble Muller presented the re
port of the commerce committee on
the Minister of the Interior's bill to
provide for tho enforcement of cer
tain lions pertaining to public high
ways improvements. They find
the proposed law to be required for
the public benefit, and recommend
that it pass.
The report was adopted, passing
the bill, to be read a third time
Noble Macfnrlanq presented the
report of tho linancc committee on
the petition of ?.. K. Meyers, for a
month's salary, 5150, a3 clerk hi
the NVater AVorks oluco in 188G, re
commending that ho bo paid that
amount but no interest.
Rep. Brown disagreed with tho
llnding of the committee. If the
cleik stayed in the position nttcr
the Legislature reduced tho salary,
ho had no right to claim the former
pay on the strength of any agree
ment with the Government.
Noble Macfarlauo thought the
lion. Representative inconsistent, as,
tltc other day, ho argued in favor of
lump suras so that the Minister could
advance- or reduce salaries as de
served. When engaged first Mr.
Meyers was paid out of incidentals,
and it was a breach of faith with
him to give him less than tho Min
ister promised him. If that princi
ple was followed there was no guar
antee in the word of a Minister.
Noble Widomann held that in tho
caso in question an employeo had
no remedy against tho treasury, but
might have against the Minister.
Noble McCarthy explained that
tho claim was not for work done
after the Appropriation Bill was
passed, but the Government had de
ducted SloO from previous pay
ments as overdrafts.
Noble Marsdcn contended that
the Government had no right to
make the law rctronctive, nnd that
tho claim was just and should bo
Noblo Baldwin said Hie IIouso
should be very careful about claims
of this sort, as they wcro laying
down laws for the guidance of Min
isters. Such claims as this rightly
had their sympathies but they
should not be too hasty in making
precedents. In such cases as this
the Ministry should be held to law,
or an opportunity might bo opened
up for corruption. , lie would pre
fer to contribute out of his own
pocket to pay such small claims
than to establish a dangerous pre
cedent. If tho clerk knew that his
salary had been reduced and he con
sidered it iiisuillcieiit he should not
Noble Marsden remarked that the
Ministry went back of the Appropri
ation Bill to deduct from his salary.
President Walker called Vioc
Presidcnl Kauhano to tho chair,
saying he know probably more than
any olhur member about the case.
He was Auditor-General nt tho timo
and had been tho one who got the
petitioner into tho office. Ho was
paid S 150 a month to tho end of the
fiscal petiod and continued at the
same rate, as all ofllccrs did, till the
new Appropriation Bill was passed,
when the speaker told him ho could
not be paid more than 8125. After
that lie worked thrco months and
only drow 8125 a month. But when
Hie accounts 'camo to bo settled in
December ho was told that 8150
would have to bo deducted for pay
ments over 8125 beforo the law
pnssud. The Minister tints took re
trospective action which was not
Noblo Wlderaann hoped the pre
sent Minister would. pay that money
out of Inoldontals right off, but in
principle ltd agreed with ltcp.
Koblc Isonborg cotilii hot sco the
matter in lltn samo light at the pre
vious speaker. The money was re
tained from petitioner ' wftliottt
authority of law.
Noble3 McCarthy, Widpmanu,and
Macfarlanu further discussed the
Noblo Mtilicr considered that as
tho Legislature sometimes was call
ed on to repair the mistakes of a
Ministry to the amount of many
thousands ot dollars, they should
not. slick nt remedying a wrong
when the amount in question was so
small as In this case.
Noble Marsdcn moved lite report
be laid on the table to be considered
witli the Appropriation Bill. Har
riot). Noble Walbridgo presented the
majority report of thn select com
mittee on liquor hills, slutted by
himself, John K. Bush, and John
Phillips, upon a bill to liccno the
Halo of light wines, ales, and beers,
recommending that it pass with
amendments submitted. Laid on
the table to be considered with the
Noble J. AI, Horner presented the
minority rcpott, signed by himself
and V. Ivnudacn, unhesitatingly re
commending that, the hill he indefin
Ordered to lie on the table, and
that thn bill ho printed.
Rep. Brown presented the report
of the special committee on the item
of 810,000 for encouragement of
cofFoo cultivation, recommending
that the item pass and Hie money be
apportioned among homestead and
kuleana holders who have not less
than five acres under coffee trees.
Noble Widcmann was afraid that
Hie money so expended would not
encourage fresh planting.
Laid on Hie table to he consid
ered with the Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Biown presented a majority
report of the special committee on
opium bills, upon the hill to give
police magistrates discretion of im
posing fines without imprisonment
for breaches ot tho opium law.
They consider it wise to grant the
discretion and recommend that tho
bill pass. Tabled to await minority
Rep. Brpwu also presented the
report of a majority of the samo
committee, signed hy himsolf, John
E. Bush. L. von Tempslry, and J.
Anderson, upon three bills provid
ing for the legalizing of the sale
and manufacture of opium. One of
them (Rep. Knlua's) was uncon
stitutional, ti3 it comprised different
subjects. Whilo recognizing that
mo revenue miurut ne tartreiv in
creased from opium, they do not
believe in increasing Hie revenue at
the expense of decreasing the popu
lation. When opium was formerly
licensed its use became prevalent
among natives. There is nothing
in either of tlieso hills to prohibit
opium to natives. The committee
have ascertained that opium .smok
ing by Hawaiians has been almost
entirely stopped. They recommend
that the bill he indefinitely post
poned. Rep. It. W. Wilcox moved it be
laid on Hie table to bo considered
with tho miuorit3' report. Carried.
Rop. Lucas from thn printing
committco reported five bills punted.
Noble J. M. Horner moved a re
solution that the Oahu nnd Hawaii
railway bills bo made tho special
order of this day. Adopted.
Recess from 11 :55 to 1 :30.
Tho Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at the Hawaiian Hotel
this evening at 7:30 o'clock, ren
dering the following programme:
March Tourist Ensleln
Overture Morning, Noon and Night
Waltz -Vhiiinn Girls (new)....Zlchrer
Selection Mlguon Thomas
Mlkioi. Pun Olmiii. Hlkl no ino A'tt.
Medloy The Christy Minstrels (now)
Gavotte Rhluo Sounds Laratui
Patrol Mount Guards Ellenhcrg
Waltz Danube aves Ivatiovlel
F0REIUH VESSELS IN PORT.
riBJIfl Aeorn, Pollard, from a cruise
U S SNIpslo, McC'iirluy, from Bllo
S S ClaiiUlne, W M Dodd, from Glas
gow Bktno Maty Wlnkclmon, II Xlssnn, from
Ffk Wuuoua, G Thow, from Newcastle
Tern Mary Dodgo, J T Gallop, from
Ilk W B Godfrey, It Dubel, from Sun
Bk Haivester, n B Lewis, from Dela
ware sar CUT THIS OUT.
Hawaiian Tramways Co,, L'd.
On and after Monday, Aug, 25th,
cars will run
IS-vory XIitoon AllmiteH
Thomas Square and Chinese Theatre
As under, viz:
From Thomas Squaro, 7:15,7 :30, 7:15,
8 a. m.. etc., until o;l.r p. m.
From Chinese Theatre, 7:110, 7:15, ,
8:15 a. m., etc., until 0:30 p. to.
Tho through sorvlco between Palatna
and Walkikl remains $ hourly through
out tho day as at present.
Tho 5:10 p. m. car from (Jhlnoso
Theatre runs to I'liunhoit.
Au Intermediate car will leave Rlllo
Raugo for Town, via King Btrcot at 7 :2a
Note Tho Valloy cars leaving Pauoa
at f minutes past tho hour connect with
Thomas Squuro our.
These cars will not ruu on Suuday,
but the present 15 tnluuto service on
Saturday ami Sunday ttftfrnooiis will
bo continued, . CIS Ot
(Jli ('in Australia,)
The olcamsliip Teutonic, of the
White Star lino, has crossed the At
lantic in 0 days, 10 hours, and 0
The Canadian-Pacific fight against
the Pacific Mall and O. & O. Com
panics is off, nnd pence reigns on
the sound pints and at San Fran
cisco, how much tho Canadian
Pacific received to withdraw is not
known, but tho opposition was
threatened to exact better terms
from tho old companies. As nn
amicable settlement lias taken
place it is fair to assume that Hie
Kauucks got their price, which ship
pers will be compelled to pay. Tho
first new ship of the Canadian Paci
fic licet comes out by way of Aus
tralia, to be followed at intervals of
a month by two other 5000 ton
ships. These ships are of steel,
constructed under Admiralty rules,
and will form part of the Royal
Naval Reserve force. They ore
heavily subsidized by England and
Canada, and will engage in tho
China trade. Their superior pas
senger accommodation and speed
will attract passengers from the old
John W. Mackay, of Bonanza
fame, has been elected a diiector of
the Canadian Pacilic Company.
This may point to an amalgamation
with tltc Canadian Pacific of the
Postal Telcgtaph and Cable system
of Mackay and Benndtt, and hence
toa oornuincd effort to lay a Faci-llc-Austrniia
Cclman has been forced to resign
the presidency of tho Argentine
Tito British Government lias de
clined to receive a Papal envoy and
to send a Minister to tltc Vatican.
Madrid, August 12. The natives
of Yap, one of Hie Caroline islands,
recently attacked an unarmed de
tachment of tho Spanish garrison
cutting wood in tho forest. Of the
Spaniards one of tho lieutenants and
twenty-seven soldiers were killed.
Two boat loads of troops were after
ward sent to attack tho natives and
met with such resistance that they
compelled them to retire. A man-of-war
has been ordered to sea.
Turn Vorelii Honolulu
WILL bold their regular weekly
practice at tho Honolulu llitles
Armory, at 7:0 o'clock, THIS (Friday)
EVFNIN-CL C3S 4t
HAWAIIAN Council No. GS9, Ame
rican Legion of Honor, meets
THIS (Friday) EVENING, at 7:30
o'clock, at Harmony Hall, King street
038 It Secretary.
THE adjourned aunual meetinjr of
the Kahului Railroad Co. will bo
held at tho ollleu'nf Wildor & Co., on
MONDAY, Aug. 25th, at 0 o'clock a. m.
S. B. ROSE,
Honolulu. Aug. 22, 1800. 0i)8 2t
,'&& A NEATLY Furnished
K3&S& Front Room with board.
wWiirS Irifinlrn nt
Fort st. oppo. Chinese Church.
COTTAGE on School street
csyS!2 ne:,r JN'iunnu avouiic,
BfiSOtSSsi containing. rooms and kit
chen, partially furnished. Apply
HAWAIIAN UTJsrNESS AGENCY.
AltLACK and Tan Tor
rlur Dog, with name
"Holdsworth" on collar.
Fluder rewarded at 250
KIiil' street, or Thco. II.
Davies & C'o.'s otllee. C37 2t
A GOOD Cook for a ranch on Hawaii.
Apply at this ofllco. 00'J tf
Art Lossony, Painting and
npili: studio of D. Howard Hitchcock
X Is open to pupils for I.andscapu or
Still Life Pointing, Perspective- and
Outdoor Sketching Chibscs. Visitors
always welcome to ihe studio. 035 lw
AtMiZw - J;,'t Room
tH&idaI Adams Lane.
rpo rent orleaso a Cottage
I JL Wl
i tit about four rooms;
about 10 11111111108' walk from
town; on King or llerctaiila streotp, to
wards tho Plains preferred. AddrctH
"L. &0.,"thlsolllco. 022 tf
LELEO Stabloi at present
occupied by Hawaiian
Transfer Co,, permission
given August 1st. Apply to
008 tf .1. . WALKER.
NOTICE to HORSEMEN
Tho Celebrated Ritu
nliig Stallion "Sho
inudoali" will stand
tills season at tho
-foi" Woodlawn Dairy;
terms 8U0. For further partlculais
apply at thn Dairy. r.M 3 in
ITWIEWOOD for salo at Hawaiian
Commercial Balcaroonis, comer of
Quoon and Nuiinnu streuin.
NOW IS THE TIME 1
The Equitable Life Ass
Society of the United States,
Arc now selling their Bonds, ami upon easy terms Tho additional fca
turo of Insurance goes with every Bond.
Tho following arc a icw of the many attractive forms offered by this
original nnd progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES VITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
(From the JVeto York A'im, April -Wi, 1890.)
Tho Largest IJtisiness Ever Transacted by a Iiii'o Assur
The now business of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
Yorlc for Hie first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiktv
Million Dollaiis. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ancefor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of lifo assurance.
Bay-Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllcc.
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGHT,
Goncral Agent for the Hawaiian Islanda, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. Jan-1-1)0
H Lstfy J rL,sL
COKKElt HOTEL &
GREAT REMGTION i
To make room for an
immense New Stool: of
ttalia, Atigtift 22nd,
yw a-a s
Embtoidery Skitt Lengths, all-over embroidery;
Linen Lawns, Victoria Lawns, 10 yd pes;
India Linen, Dotted Swiss,
Latest Styles in Summer Dress Goods,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT IN
Figured Sateens, 20 cts per yard;
Specialty in Genuine Elack Diamond Hosiaiy,
ALSO, A FFLL LINE OF
oy's Suits &
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
Having jonioved our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarters at
(Near the Custom House)
Wo are now prepared to furnish at sliort notico, and of prime quality, any '
of the following Hiyh Class Aerated Beverages:
. Sweet, Lemon, StrawHerry or
Sarsaparilla, Snrsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively thu HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
E. It. HknoUV, PresidontVfc Manager.
Godkukv ItuowN, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opjiu. Syveckeln' I5un!t, : Fort Street, Houolnln.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain
Fiano, Library it Stand Lamps, Chandollors cfc Elcctoliors,
Lamp Fizturos of all kinds, A comploto nssortm't of Drills it Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES if EVERY DESCRIPTION
Tho "Gazelle" .'l-whooled Riding Plow &, Equalizor,
Hluobcird Rico Flow, Planters' Sleol & Goosoneuked Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Faints, VarninhcM & llrushos, Manila 6c Sisal Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hone, Hose, Hose,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, & STEAM,
Agato Iron Ware, Silver Plated Waro, Table- it Pocket Cutlery,
Powdor, Shot & Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Maohino-loadod Cartridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipo &. Bolt Threading,
Hartnian's Ktccl Wire Fenco it Stool Wire Matu,
Win. G. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges,
dato City Stono Filler,
"Now Process" Twist Drill?,
noY-20.81) Neal'a Carriage Taints.
Goods to arrivo c.x Ana-
Joim Ena, Vice-President,
Ckgil Duown, Auditor.
and decorated; and Wodgowood!
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