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SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1890.
OMU RAILWAY & LAHD CO.'S
To Tftlic Kffcrl July '.. IKflO.
Lcavo Hcino'ulu S:-I5 1 :4i
Arrlvo Konouliull 10 :().' :i:0.r
Loavo llonaiiifuil 10:!1." :t:i)r.
Arrive Honolulu 1 !:"-' -I '."!
S S ifinniPiln from tho Colonies
Stmr Klnnu from Hawaii anil Mmil
Stuir Mokolll fiom Mnlokni
Stnir Wsiialealofroin Kaiml
.stmr Kimln from Waianne anil Wahilun
Am ii'i-n Mary Dodge, J T Gallop, for
S a Alampila for San Francisco nt pm
VESSELS LEAV.MC MONDAY.
Stmr J A. Cummins for Walnmiialo at
5 p in
.Stmr Lchua for Kim, ami Hakaluu at I
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PGRTS.
Stmr Khiati 2-t bales "Wool, 2:inn bags
sugar, all) b.i'.'H potatoes, lOli bheep,
(i lioibes, 77 hlile1-, and 200 imekuge
Stmr Haialeale !U0 bags ugai-.
ICaala 17 boxes bananas.
Mokolll 10 bead eattle, 117 sheep and 1
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
II 1$" M. S Acorn, Pollard, from a eiui.se
U S SXIpslo, McUurley. from Ililo
S S ClnuUiiiiT, W M Dodd, from Glas
Pik Wcuona, O Tbow, from Neweufctle
Tern Mary Dodge, .1 T U.dloi). from
Ilk V 1! Godfrey, K Dabel. from San
Ilk HuiuMur. 11 V Lewis, fiom Bela
wiue FOREICH VESSELS EXPECTED.
II B M Flagship Warspite fiom llilliMi
llr ship lUcngtlPld sailed fiom Iivcr-
pool Apr 18, due Aug 24
Oer bk Faust, from Xew Voik via lira-
Am bk Albert, Winding, fiom San
Francisco due Aug -t
Br bk Bilker lrom London, sailcd'Apr
15, duo Aug 23
Br bk Gil van fiom Liverpool, sailed
.Inly 10, dueXov 15-:i0
S S Farallon from San Diego due Sep
Am bk Mai tlia Davis W A Pendleton.
from Hostou, sailed Apiil IT), due
Sept 1-15. '
Ger bk Paul rseiiberg, F J Wolteis,
f i oin Liverpool, suileb March 8. due
S S Zcalandia, fiom San-Fianeiseo, due
JJktne Discovery, from San Francisco,
due Sept 4-10,
HMins W II Diniond, from San Fran-
eiieo, line Aug 20-25.
Ilktue Planter, from San Fianciseo, due
From Hawaii and Maul per stmr Ki
nau, Aug 23 J A Scott, .1 A Huok, W
I Giffaril, G P Wilder, Wiay Taylor,
I j A Thurston and wife, Alex Voting,
AV A llauly, 15 S Collin, L O Lyman, T
Iticliards, K Kltlcliaids, Dr -Martin, A
G Lovekin, W F Thrum, li P Low, .1
Lightfoot, C L Hopkins, jr, M Hopkins,
.r Wise, Misses J (jiiinu, Annie itecrs.
Mary Brown, and Liza Brown; W W
Hall and daughter, Mrs W A Bowen
and son, Mrs Win White and 2 children,
Albert Kuuuiakca and wife, C II Hitch
cock, Miss U G Foibes, Miss A I Forbes.
.T Wiiglit and wife, Moiis Rcvalla. A T
Atkiiisoii, II S Tregloau, S M Kaaukai,
Kealoba, G W Smith, O Stoekle, MUs
Ij Moore, Miss Kaula Shaw, L K Con
nat and 01 deck.
From the Colonies per S S Alameda,
Aug 23 A Hoffnung,wife,daugbter and
lniiid, Miss O'Kcofc. A Burns, D Mae
Brayne, Clayton Glyn, C G Keniick, W
Cogswell, L D Lo Waul, Ylaouen, and
00 in transit.
Krom Kauai per stmr Waialeale, Aug
23 Prof San vlet and wife, Fiauk Bei
tehnan, Mr Bethe, 2 Chinese and 11
From Moloknl per stnir Mokolli, Aus
23 K Jones, Jules Dudoit and wife and
The S Alameda, Morse, command
er, sailed from Sydney Aug Oth. Dis
charged pilot ut 4:55 p m; stopped tor
Auckland pilot on tho 10th at 8 ill p in;
discharged pilot 1Kb at 3 pin, nnd stop
ped off TutuiU at 4 a m of tho Kith.
Lieut Patk'or and wife going on boaid
ihd U S S Iroijuols, which wo found
walling our aiiival with mulls, cle.
Itesiiunng voyage at 5s 10 a in, stopped
for Honolulu pilot on the 23d at 0 a in,
17 days 13 hours fiom Sydney, via Auck
land 12 dnys and 15 houis. Kxpeil
eneed strong head winds and thick
weather between Sydney and Auckland,
bit 34 to 30 S, Aug 12th and 13th; en
countered a revolving gale blowing with
great foreo from XNE to SSB with
tUIek weather and a cross turbulent bea,
stovo engine room sky light and port
iiuirter boat, also carrying away a por
tlou of tho rail, compelling us to heave
to;' thenco Una weather and steady
Tho tern Mary Dodgo Balled to-day
in ballast for Humboldt.
The barkWeiiona has got through un
loading ner cargo oi coat at tin u ji
Ii Co's wharf, and has moved
The bark lagnat is discharging her
cargo of coal at tho O It ix. L Go's
wharf. This Is the second foieign ves
sels to unload there.
Tho stnir Oliimlhie will piobably sail
next week for Maul on the stnir Like
LOCAL fit GEIIERAL NEWS.
i tiotisr. is strayed.
TtllR 13 tho
first rainy day for
W. 0. 1'nACorK A Co. have jitsl io
eoivod Giiuittlimi Chili Whiskey.
Tun linn ilf .Tolm F. Colhurn
Co. 1ms extended its articles one
Tin: baud plnycd nt the Hawaiian
Hotel last, night to u largo eoncouito
Nr.XT Monday and Tuesday Mr.
Jan. P. Morgan will hold ii eiodit
Biiln at his salesroom, at 10 a. in.
Ni:w goods at tho Temple of
Fndiion, per Australia, will he open
for inspection and foralo on Mon
Tiinin: will lie five e.xcuuion tniins
pnch way for tho Arion picnic next
Saluidny. Sports will enliven tho
afternoon and dancing tho evening.
OAi'T. Feriinian, fomioily of tho
Disenvoiy and tho l'lantor, has been
appointed Surveyor of the t'nimi
Maiino ltiiuianco Co. at San Finn-
Mil. Kiel and Mr. Sutton, tho gen
ial and obliging puiRcrs !' the Aus
tralia and AhuneiJa i effectively, havo
our thanks for fnvor.t in tho news
Mi!. K. U. Hendry, 1'roMilent and
Maiingor of tho Hawaiian llaidwaro
Co., leaves by the Al.unpibi for a
hii'iincss and pleasure tiip to Xew
Tin: Hilo Uorord has it thet two
Chinamen woio killed in tho lalo
Kona minder ease, and Hut two men
arts under arrest and six or eight im
plicated. An olllcial notice fiom tho Cabinet
appears to-day, oidoting tho disband
mont of the Kirot Jiattnliiin Hawaiian
Vohinteeis, better knov,'n as tho
Mn. MoKenzie of Kahuku Plunta
tion, Oahu, is in town. Ho reports
rain aounimnt at janiiKti tins wpok.
IIo also says that 701) acres are now
ready for planting, which will bo be
gun next week.
Tin: sad news xvah leceivod by tho
Australia, of tho death by diphtheria,
of Mr. S. F. Graham's two youngest
boys nnd the tcrious illnys with the
same di.-ouio of his eldest boy, wife,
A. IIoitntnij, Koij., Hawaiian
Clnitgo d'Allaires at London, Mis.
Holl'onng, and Misa Holl'ming eaine
by the Alameda. Thoy will stay
over until tho deparftuo of the Aus
tralia, when they will resume their
journey lo JOngland. A grand p.u ty
will be given in their honor dining
tho coming week.
Tun Legihlatuio was occupied most
of this morning in committee of tho
whole on tho Oahu Railway Hill.
The greater part of the lime was oc
cupied by Heps. Kahookano and
White against, nnd Hep. Knuhi for
tlia bill. Hep. White, in moving that
tho committer) rise, intimated that
bis speech was gcaicely nioie than
O.v the last southward tiip of tho
Alameda, a passenger, Mr. C. ft.
Roberts, from Haslenicr, Surrey,
England, nftcr leaving Honolulu gave
proof of his having been interested
by his few hours' stay hcie, by en
liusting to Captain Morso tf.'i.OO for
tho projected Sailor's Home and
$0.00 for tho Ladies' Strangers Aid
M4ss T. II. O'Keefe, of Sydney, M.
S. W., and a contributor to the picss
of that city, is a passenger by tho
Alameda. iMiss O'Kccfo is going on
a visit to her native land, Canada.
Sho will roniain hero a week, and
then continue hor journey by tho
Australia. Tho lady i.s a brilliant
writer, and will probably make good
uso of hor pen during her brief stay
Tiii:iic is n petition to tho LegUhi
tuio being circulated to open a load,
and sell to tho public for house lots
that beautiful location on tho moun
tains back' of Honolulu next to Tan
talus. Tho petition has been signed
by ninny desiring a country residence
and should there bo others who wish
to secure lotH there, they will havo
the opportunity of signing the peti
tion by calling at tho otllco of Jinn.
Cecil Blown any time on Monday.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Twelfth Sunday after Trinity.
Festival" of St. Bartholomew. Ca
Holy Communion 0:80 a. in.
Litany, 9:30 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon at
10 a. m.
Hawaiian Evensong and Sermon,
il::!0 p. in.
Evening prayer anil Sermon, C p.
HOUSE AHD LOOBY.
A lobby lounger said that if Rep.
Wbito kept talking of tho camel
much longer he would get a hump
in his hack.
A member is spooking several
minutes, when tho President asks
what ho ia saying. Tho interpreter
drily replies, "Ho hasn't begun to
say anything yot."
Senator Hoar has iutroduccd :i
bill for a monument in Washington
to Goneral Israel Putnam, of Revo
Speaker Reed's courso lias been
enthusiastically indorsed by every
Republican S,tatc Convention of the
UA.LLX liUliLlflTIN: ILUNUIAILU, 11. I.,
Oil BilARD THE "ALAMEDA."
August 0, 1800, was a d.iy long
lo ho lomembeietl by innnj of the
residents of Sydney, as it was llio
one on which Mr. nnd Mis. A. lloff
Ming and their dniightcr Miss L.
llolfnung took their departure for
Europe. During thuir short sojourn
of three and n half years in Sydney
both Mr. and Mrs. lloffnung won
for tlicmsches tliu affection, as well
as the esteem, of u wide circle of
friends who ptoved llieir devotion
on this occasion in a imiikcd and
gratifying manner. As a fill anger
I was very much impi cited by tho
scene anil marvelled lo behold such
a display of exquisite floral designs.
The presentation of pretty gipsy
baskets tilled with the choicest
spring lloweis intermingled with
ferns, nnd bouquets of spotless
camclias would gladden any heart,
offered a? the' were iroin devoted
friends. Tho designs were most
artistic and presented every possi
ble vaiiely Imaginable: chief iiniong
them watT the good ship "Alameda"
formed piincipally of tiny daisies.
There were also horseshoes itiiiu-
iner.ihlc nnd a fragrant basket of
fiesh violets which lsaw Mrs. lloff
nung aeeepl wilh special ginlilica
tion ns tho clowning offeiing after
veiy many acts of kindness from
tliu lady w ho sent it. The whole
was a very good representation of a
Flower Show, nnd luightened up
our gallant ship for many days as
we steered away fiom homo.
Apait from lite wealthy and influen
tial friends who thronged the ship
to bid "faiewcll" and wish "God
speed" to Mr. and Mrs. lloffnung,
I was pleased lo see a steamer
chartered by Mr. Iloirnitng's em
ployees, f i oin those holding the
most honorable position down lo the
lowest in his olllce, who showed la
this act, and by their few, earnest,
and hearty words of "good bye"
the pleasant and kindly feeling
which evidently cxiste.l between
master and man. The band on
board the chaitcrcd steamer which
accompanied us' to the Heads played
a most appropriate selection of aiis,
which touched many a heart leaving
"home" and friends behind, anil it
was willi keen regret that we saw
this last link between us and land
veering homewards, leaving us to
plough our way acioss the deep,
wide sea alone. It must have been
truly gratifying to those on board
the chartered steamer lo see his
Hawaiian Majesty's "Charge d'Af
faires," Mr. lloffnung, standing
on the top rail of the buhvaiks as
long as they were in sight, waving
and showing in an unmistakable man
ner thai he valued, and fully appre
ciated this last mark of affection
from his loyal-heaited and faithful
The scone is changed. Five long
and wcai'3' days and nights pass of
rough and trying weather. All on
board suffer more or less in spite of
the thoughtful care of the attend
ants. However, as wo approach
New Zealand all. seemed to be as well
as ever, and ready to join in con
certs and other amusements for the
genet al entertainment of all on
hoard. Notwithstanding our grow
ing attachment for the Alameda,
most of us were glad to find "terra
lirma" under our feet once more,
and during our few hours at Auck
land made the best of our time visit
ing Mount Eden and other charming
spots. The air seemed so pure anil
fresh, it was as reviving as a spring
daj' in Tasmania.
Our next stopping place was Sa
moa, but alas! it was 1 o'clock in
the morning when wc arrived, there
fore too dark to sec the beauty of
the island. However, about a dozen
Samoans came on board to cheer
and edify us by their war dances
and somewhat discoidnnt melodies.
Their attire was exceedingly airy
hut of brilliant hue. Their thick
black hnir bleached to a fashionable
brown by the use of lime, cut quite
short and forced upwards, as if in a
vain attempt to make it curl, was
rather a set-off to the tawny and
somewhat fine face of the S.unoan.
A rather amusing incident occurred
before our dusky friends returned to
their island. A boy of twelve en
gaged on board olfercd one of the
natives his coat in exchange
for four peculiarly shaped imple
ments of war. The bargain was
concluded and tho boy wisely dis
appeared below. Presently the
happy possessor of the coat, who
was an enormous man, impatient to
sec if tho coat was n porfect lit,
found to his horror and disappoint
ment that it was so small that he
could barely get one slecvo on. The
merriment of the passengers, myself
included, at the grief of tho coat
victim increased his rage and fury,
and tho howls and threats in the
Samoan dialect were truly awful.
Fortunately for tho boy, at this
stago the natives were ordered on
shore, but up to the last, tho Hash
ing eyes of tho disappointed chief
expressed vengeance and glief un
told! Tho following day the hoy
disposed of the war implement's
among the passengers for twelve
shillings. It he should carry on
business through life, in the siuno
successful manner, no doubt he will
become a millionaire! And as to tho
poor Samoan there appears to be
overy likelihood of his going to tho
grave without having enjoyed tho
supremo happiness of wearing a
coat, unless, indeed, his Into bitter
experience will make Jiim wiser in
Tho next littio event to be chroni
cled is scarcely bo amusing as the
last. For forty-eight hours, includ
ing August 12 and It), our gallant
ship weathered through n moil fear
ful lufriicani! and storm. It would
he difficult to desciiho what wc ox
peiieneed during those two memora
ble days, but unbounded conlldeuce
in the prudence and ability of Capt.
Morsu (who is a total abstainer
when al sea) completely reassured
all on board. With n sigh of relief,
when all danger was over a meeting
of the saloon passengers was con
vened and niiinciously attended. It
was proposed by Mr. dolin Woods
of Preston, England, that Mr. A.
Iluffniiug should take the chair and
it was untried unanimously. Mr.
lloffnung remarked, " That It gave
him great plc.ismc to bring forward
the matter pioposcd, which was to
the elfoct that steps should bo taken
to express in a substantial form the
appreciation of the passengers for
the great coinage, ability, and sea
manship displayed by Cant. Morse
dining the trying peiiod of the voy
age. Few of the passengers would
forget the tcniblo storms of August
12 and 1!J, during the whole of
which time (18 bonis) Capt. Morse
never left tho bridge, lint fewer
still could appreciate the great
danger which involved all on
boaid, because a sea which could
carry away a life boat, the
engine-room skylight and a
quantity of hulnatlf tailing, etc.,
etc., must be a dangerous one, and
unless the vessel iiad been com
uiaded by a man of great ability and
enduring courage might have prov
ed extieincly disastrous. It was
well known that the ranlcs of the
merchant marine were lilted by
men of gieat abilit' and courage,
whose services were not always as
well paid as they deserved, and it
would, no doubt, be agreeable lo
Capt. Morse lo accept a token from
bis passengers in a form which
might be made useful for the pur
pose of acquiring some souvenir in
accordance with his wishes, o"r ac
quirements. It was tlieicfore pro
posed that a purse of soveieigns be
collected, and presented lo"Uapt.
Morse, with the request that he
would invest the same in the pur
chase of a memento of the prosent
voyage, and that an addross bo
presented to him, signed by the
contributors, expressive of their gra
titude, under providence, lo Capt.
Morse, and his able olllcers for the
faithful discharge of their arduous
duties," This motion was second
ed by Mr. Morrison of Vermont, and
was unanimously carried.
A sum of ,")() was psomptly sub
scribed and presented to Captain
Morse, who wii3 quite unprepared
for Ibis unexpected mailc of grati
tude and esteem from his passen
gers. In presenting the purse ol
sovereigns Mr. Hoffnuim made a
very pleasing address, which was
responded lo in appropiiatc tenns
by Capt. Morse, which was followed
by a few wejl chosen, and happily
selected remarks from Mr. Drodie,
There arc still many things to
relate about our eventful passage
and the ability and courtesy of tho
Doctor and each one of the ship's
olllcers, but J find wiiting at sea to
be surrounded by dilllculties. The
pleasant little dials with various
ftiends casually passing through the
saloon tends lo scatter one's ideas
and I must also plead guilty of hav
ing my sea head on. We are still
a few miles from Honolulu. I,
with a.fcw others, shall icinaiu for
six days at the beautiful Island of
the Pacific. Hoping my readers will
be indulgent in overlooking the many
defects of this incomplete sketch of
our trip by the Alameda, I shall
conclude by giving in full tho little
address presented to Captain Morse
with tho signatures of tho subscrib
S. S. Alameda, At Sea, August
Capt. II. G. Monsi:, Mastor S. S.
Di:au Silt: We the undeisigned
passengers by tho good bleanibbip
under your able command being do
birous of liiaiking our appreciation
of tho conspicuous ability you dis
played dining a trying and perilous
peiiod of llio present voyage, which,
under Providence, lias hiought us
safely out of dangor, have subsoiibed
a mini of money which wo beg you
will accept and invest in i-onie souve
nir mot-t congenial to your taste, and
piesorvo it as u memento of our
goodwill, and of our adiiiiinlioii for
your ninny high qualities, and in
thanking you for your untiling
vigilaneo and earn for tho f-bip nnd
pnsbongctH. Wo beg that you will
iiUo convoy our gratitude to tho able
and zealous olliceis under yoni com
mand, ono ami all of whom havo
discharged their arduous duties
with unflagging courage and ability,
and with palionco nnd eomtu&y to
tho passengers. Wo earnestly hopo
Ibat God will grant you a lung and
piospcrnua eaicer, and lme pleabiuo
in sub.etibing oiirnoUes,
Your faithful fiionds,
A. Honxt'jra, -Hid Hawaiian Ma
jesty's Cliujgu d'AITaties, Lon
R. MeMii.r.AN, Bhip-buihler and ship
owner, Dunib.iiton, (Scotland).
MoLi:n Buonn:, A., Glasgow,
Joiix Woods, Pieslon, England,
Clayton Gi.yn, Harlow, England;
A, Burns Kii.xaiiuuk, Citiilros, Scot
DocTon W. MoMuituAY, Lyons Tei
raeo, Sydney, Atistialia ;
AV.m. Coiiswm.i., Honolulu;
J. It, iloiiTO;, Oakland, California;
.1. M. Woods, C. G., Oakland, Cali
fornia; Au'iii:d Sli.vi:u&'io.v, London, Eng
land; Nathanu:i. .1. 'I1.MIN1JT, (Author),
E. 1). MoiiinsoN, Vermont, U. S.
AUGUST 2U 18tU.
K"atbA. Pktr, Wilson's Polnl, Syd
ney, N. 8. Y;
Limr. HoiTsmn, London, Enttlrtnd.
Ikmiki. Uowaru O'Kbkim:, Sydney,
NVw Mouth Wales;
Avn'A BAttMirr, Melbourne, Australia;
1. llnnnKiio, London, England;
Ki.oiii.scii 1'kati Milfoil's Point. X.
.s. W. ;
J. 8. Wii.f.07, ll-iiuke, Ki'W Jonlli
G. E. Jkwkm., Sydney, Australia;
Maiiv llATiirnsr Jones, Norfolk,
Raymond i. Ci.iuk, AddUori, Ver
15. Tim n Arniiihile, Melbourne;
Mm. Wn.u.ut SciioM,i!.vM:unl;rt,
II. 10. Ui-wi.i.u East fthnrohntu, Ver
('. .1. HiTTciitsoN, Auckland, New
Gi:oroi: Kknihik, NewenMlo, New
Mir llnu.i'1, United Stales;
Etta Wait.ijs, Chicago;
Rouunr M. CmiuM, Philadelphia:
Min.niw E. Kuinn.vi.i,, New York.
I Mril Ami Piois
riivrs in tiik -
At Esmond Grove !
Oil SOTDAY. Al. 111.
TRAINS WILL LIUVE
at t:OU, 2:00. G:00,
o'clock i si.
TRAIN'S WILL LIUVE REMOND
GROVI1 at 4:10. 5:0,), S::iO, 12:00
and 12:15 o'clock I'. M.
To commence- after the auival of (he
lht train, conaNUm of Baseball, Sack
and Foot Races, Apples on the String,
and other games to niniisc young and
old. Suitable presents will be nwatded
to Ihe 'uec' "- fill competitors.
CO H CERT
Dining the afternoon and evening in
the Royal llav aii ia B mil.
DAMCIHG AT 7 P. K,
Just llio HiiDf fop Brcakrasl
Cooled Roliefl (Ms!
sale at all leading m-occ-
S. !'. Agents
agtJi, A -MOELY riunlshcd
ffi&SQA a. Flour Room al Xo.
ifci&i$ I Adams Lane. (iii I tf
jw.4-, A SMv.viLi J'uriiisucu
&3S&& J Fiom Room with huard.
M lis. OSBORNE,
I'oit 'jt. oppo. Chlucso Church.
"tnTI'im.-. mi Mfilmi.l ut..n..l
lift j iiPiir Xuuaiiii avenue,
43SBK containing 1 looms niul-lut-
ehon, partially fin nislicd. Apply
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
Mii rVO lent orleapo a Cottage
.Hsfj -t- with about four rooms;
(iiilVSEiS about 10 mlnuti-V walk from
town; on King or Beietniila slieets, lo
wauls tho Plains preferred. Addreiw
"h, C," this olllce. i;ai! tf
T P.LEO Stables at pio'ent
, Ji occuplcil Dy Hi
Trancfer Co.. purniisslon
given August bst. Apply to
UPS tf .1. . WALKER.
NOTICE (o HOUSEMEN!
fShe Celebrated Run-
" '.""'.'.""... """
.ilntr tnllli.t, OVUin
uinuoaii" win uaiiii
t2v litis (eason at tlui
tenns bSQ. For blither particulars
imnly'sit tlio Dairy. r.Sfilhu.
NOW fS TI -
Society of the
Aic now selling their llonds, and upon
luru or Insurance goes with overy Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by
unguuii mm progrcssr. c company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY DONDS, 4 " " " " "-
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company te equitable, 1I3 payments prompt and certain, and its '
(From the Neio York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
'I ho Liix&ij.'fti Business 13viir Trtiusacled by a JAl'a Assur
The new busincsT of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for tho first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fihtt
Million Dollaiis. This is at tho rate of two hundred millions of assur
anceor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
j)eB"Iuformalion cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olilce. '."
ALSX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
S. E11RLK il.
Cmoi-Elt IIOTISl'j &
AW1, have roeeivod pur
fslPijl ci& HI OSS llOOIJS
ALSO, A LARGE STOCK OF
SThe&c Goods will
MOST) AY 2JKXT, Aurust
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Slreots.
Having loinoved our SODA WORKS to more commodious quartern at
(Near the Custom House)
Wo sue now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Bovoragco:
Plain, Swhi, Lemon, stravhiirrr or Gream Soda,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Wator, and Crab
Using exclusively tho HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLI3TER & CO.,
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E. R. Hknduy, President it Manager.
Goiii'KKV Buown, Seeietary it Treasurer.
MWAIIAI HARDWARE .CO.,
4Jppo. jjrckclH' It.-inR, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
an'! Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine naviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgowoodl
Piano. Library it Stand Lumps, Chandeliers it Elcctoliers,
Lamp Fixtuies of all kinds, A conipleto assortni't of Drills & Files,
The "Gazollo" thwhcoled Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, Planters' Steel &. Goosonecked Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
faints, Vamiahos & Brushes, Manila &, Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
JL-Ioeo, X-io.se, Hose,
ItUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of
Agato Iron Waro, Silver J'latcd Ware, Tablo it Pocket Cutlery,
I'owdor, Shot it Caps, Tho Celebruled "Club" Machino-loadcd Onrtrii'ges,
Hint's Patent "Duplox" Dio Stock for Pipo & Bolt Threading,
Hjnlnian'u Steel Wiro Fonco it Steel Wire Mats,
Wm. G. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges,
Gate City Stono Filters, '"-
"Now Process" Twist Drills,
nov-2U-8i ' Ncul'u Carringo TaiutB,
1W TIME !
terms. Tho additional
a larinj assort-
G-oods, &c.j &c.
be open for inspection on
John Ena, Vice-President
Ci:oir. Bhown, Auditor.
of EVERY DESCRIPTION ! "
superior quality, & STEAM:,
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