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MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LANDoTs
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A.M. A.M. l'.M.
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Saturdays autl Mondays only.
t Saturdays duly.
Stfrti- Llkellko frnin Maul
HtiurMlkahnln from Kuiiitt
NtiurKllniteallnu from Humtikun
ItU wi'iiona, 0 'I'lioir, for Poit Town
send Aug 25
St mi f us Mnkcn for ICnpaa at -1 p in
Htinr.T A Cummins for Waliiianulo at
C p m
Stmr J.clma for Nun, and Ilakalau at 4
VESSELS LEAVING TQ-MORnOV.
Stmr Iwnlani for I.alialna and llnmn-
kua at 10 a m
Btnir Klnau for Maul mid Hawaii at
2 p in
Stmr Llkclike for Maul at fi p in
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p in
tftuir Mikalmla for Kauai and Nilhau at
5 p in
.Stmr Wnlalealo for Nnwlltwlll, Hana-
iiiaulu, Kilauca and Hniinlul at 5
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
'.Stmr Mlkauala IJ530 bags sugar, .'!S0
bugs paddy, -I'M bags rice, 12 green
hides, and 20 bags phi.
.Stmr Llkellkc !S bags sugar, CO sks
potatoes, 3 horses, 52 hogs, and 125
FOREICN VESSELS IN PORT.
II 15 M S Acorn, .Pollard, from a cruise
V S SXipsie, AlcCurluy, from Ililo
S 8 Claucline, W 31 Dodd, from Glas
gow lktne3IaryWinkelman,IIXison, from
Hk Wcnona, C Thow, from Newcastle
Tern Alary Dodge, J T Gallop, from
Bk W 15 Godfrey, It Dabel, from San
Bk Harvester, H 11 Lewis, from Dela
From Kauai per stmr Mikahnla, Aug
24 Miss Duncan, Miss Snow, Mr
Vaughn, H A Macllc, jr, Mrs Kaco and
ton. Masters A and C Bice, YV Heine, J
Sutherland, E il Walsh, J Loveliind,
Miss D Dowsett. Mrs Glass, W V Lock
wood, C 11 Willis, W A Manifold, A
Anderson, 2 Chinese and 50 deck.
For San Francisco per H S Alameda.
Aug 23 Mrs J N Hollis, L C Lyman, X
A JC Lyman, Miss L Moore, Judge Blck
crtoii, MfXoulssou, W II Sinoyer, Miss
L Severance, J F Colburn, S Both, Miss
Carson, L Morose, O F Giles, E J
Meyer, Miss A Meyers, Miss Dichl, Miss
O Howell, Dr Miner, wife, child and
.maid, E"R Hendry, Capt Dodd, Mrs
Weiber, S F Grnham, Mrs A Curtis. Mrs
Qualtrougb, A O Lovekiu and 7 fctecr
Hge. From Maul per stmr Likelike, Aug 24
--Mrs Mackenzie, Miss Annie Reiner,
3Ia.stcr Toomey, Father Valentino, Mrs
Router and 2 daughters, Mrs Win Reu
tl;v ami son, W II Cornwall jr, F Vlda,
jl'ijN.cfarlane, jr, A Wilder, V Keating,
ham, Misses Ifecdliain (2), Miss M
Alexander, A F Linda, Miss Nicklesen,
Miss Hopkins, G Heinomann and son,
II G Trcadwav ami aon, A Fcinaudez,
jr, nnd 48 deck.
The bark Wcnona, Capt Thow, sailed
Saturday, Aug. 23, in ballast for Port
The bktnc Mary Winkelmann took in
sugar to-day from the hteamer Mlku
hala. II B M S Acorn sailed out tho harbor
this morning for target practice.
The steamship Alomeda, Capt II G
Morse, took Aug 23rd exports as fqj
lowfi: CTGnltck, 110 bnchs bananas;
X F Burgess, 70 bnchs baiianas; Messrs
Campbell, Mnrshnll fc Co, 1041 buchs
bananas; Messrs W G Irwin & Co, 2518
bags sugar; 1 G Camarlnos, 40 boxes
fruit. Domestic value, 817, 520.45,
MAKEE At Wnluee, Maui, on the 13th
inst., .Tames Dowsett Makee, aged
C years, son of Chas. B. and Plia'bo
Professor J. W. Yarndloy, direc
tor of the choir of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, was the fortunate recipient of
a. very handsome baton of native"
woods on Saturday evening. Tho
presentation was nmdo in the pre
sence of the choir by Mr. S. Macau
ley, tho well known musician nnd
tuner, who was also the constructor
of the beautiful and exquisitely
made loader-wand. Mounted in
gold by Wicbmann, the eight panels
contain the names of the great com
posers, Verdi, Beethoven, Men
delssohn, Mozart, Bach, Rossini,
Donizetti, and Bellini, and "Pro
fessor Yarndley" is etigraved on the'
top. The different woods used in
the construction are kolalo, Ico, pu
liala iliahi (sandalwood), kowelia,
koa, niu (cocoanut), ukiukl, ohia,
yola, pua, and azalea.v This recog
nition of Mrv Yarndlcy's efficient
and polite labors was much appre
ciated by the choir.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
28 columns, purely local matter
Mailed U foreign countrlea. 5 per
Master JHcauane, aiios reuier ir,
lfnnn -T UttB. MIS iUClllU'UBOn, A U
1m. i! H White. 11 W Peek, Mrs X
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
O. Booth has good hoi so pashm1
Tma is tho last woe); of Kgan v.
Guild's clearance sale.
A 1.1- claims against J. C. Lnno will
ho puttied by X. F. Burgess.
A HrKctAi. nippting of Excelsior
Lodge Xo. 1, will be held this eve
ning. Tiik truslpcs of tho ICnmii Tntlus
trial school have nn ml fi ti.ieuH'Ml in
.Junnrc UickcrToiripft by f tho Ala
meda to bring Mrs. Bickuilnn lioinc
bv the Austialia. '
A i.tsr of tho now officer of Iho
Xahului Railroad Co. appeals in our
--.i -,.-,. ,...mmm - ,.,. ,,M
Tnnciedit salo by .las. 1 Jloigan
will bo continued 'to-morrow, nl 10
a. in , nt his salesroom.
Hit. and Mrs. F. L. Miner and
child left by t'no Alameda to spend n
few months at SnlimiB, Cal.
Xkxt Tbuisday, at 10 a. in., nt the
residenco Xo. 88 Beretaniu stieet,
Jus. F. Morgan will hell household
furniliiiu nt auction.
Mns. Cornwcll will give n. linnnr
party Wednesday evening, nl her
residence, Judd street, in honor of
Col. and Mi.s. Clans Kpreckels nnd
Mn. P. Paukualani of llonuaula,
nnd Mr. Win. .1. Wright of Ilookena,
liavo been appointed as ngonts to
grant tnarriage licenses for Wailuku,
Maui, and South Kona, Hawaii, ies
pcctivcly. Tun commilti'f of tho whole House
this aftornoon voted $11,400 for Gov
crnmenl physicinns, then got into a
dispute on a point of older and lose,
the Houso adjourning immediately at
The public is cordially invited to
attend a concert by the Hawaiian
Band, at Waikiki Villa, Wednesday
evening. Tho ride theio and back in
the moonlight and the music by the
eca will no doubt be very pleasurable.
Ample sitting accommodations will
A late number of Frank Leslie's
Illustrated Xewspapor de.votes'a page
to Col. Claim Clans Sprcckels nnd bis
enterprises, containing a line poi trail
of tho Colonel and pictures of his
Honolulu residence, the Philadelphia
refinery, the Spreckelsvillo sugar
mills, and a train of loaded cane cars
on that plantation.
The attention of our readcis is
called to important changes in the
time table of tho Oahu Railway,
which aro to bo found nt the head of
our shipping column. By additional
trains on Saturdays and Mondays,
tho residents of Ewa will be enabled
to reach Honolulu early in the morn
ing, spond tho whole day in business
or pleasure, and return home in the
evening. Residents of Honolulu
wishing to spend Sunday in the
country, will be able to leave town at
5:30 o'clock on Saturday evening,
and roturn on Monday morning at
quarter to seven, in time for busi
ness. EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Special meeting Excelsior Lodge,
I. O. O. F., at 7:30.
Band concert at Emma Square,
Harmony Lodge, I. O. O. F., at
Lodge le Progres, A. F. & A.
M., at 7:30.
Chess Tourney, Class A, at 7:30.
X'rayer meeting, Fowler's yard,
THE CHESS TOURNEY.
Class A will play to-night as fol
White vs. Gear.
Eldredge vs. Aloxandor.
Wright vs. Lango.
As thcro will bo spare boards,
teams from Class B may arrange to
play missed or unfinished matches
at tho same time. Class B'b regular
games will bo played to-morrow
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at Emma Square
this evening at 7:30 o'clock, ren
dering the following programmo:
Overture. Struggle for Fortune. .Suppe
Flnalu Giuramuuto Sauelli
Waltz Vlonua Girls Zlehrcr
Selection Martha Flotow
One, Two, Three nnd Four, Maul Girl.
Medloy Tho Christy Miustrols..Rlvloro
Kantusla Mill in the Forest.. Kllenberg
Mazurka Postserlptum M illocker
Quadrille Tlngeltangcl Tlilole
BANCO DECISIONS FILED FRIDAY.
J. X. ICaiaikawaha vs. George
Okiiu. Tho Court sny that tho plain
till' having attempted to set up an
equitable defense in a suit at law
brought by dofendant against him,
was prevented from doing so by tho
ruling of the Court anil judgment
was rendered against him. Tho de
fendant hero pleads that judgment in
bar. Held, that the formet judgment
at law is not a bar to plaintiff's
aetion in equity based on an equit
In tho enso of the King vs. A.
Wansey. Tho dofendant was cluugcd
with malicious injury in wounding a
dog, the proporty of another, while
trying to drivo him fioin his premises
whuro the dog was trespassing and
committing depredations. Held, that
tho defendant was not acting without
justification or excuse, and that the
chargo was not sustained. Defend
DAlJL tfUJLldfiTJH i LtUHUJLUL.U, U. I.,
Monday, Aug. 2.1.
The Legislative Assembly met at
10 o'clock) Noble Walker, Presi
dent, in the chair. Mhiuics were
read by Secretary Chas. Wilcox,
nnd Interpreter W. Luther Wilcox.
The Secretary read a petition
from Milo, for assistance in the com
pletion of the Hawaii telephone sys
tem. Commerce committee.
Noble Marsden presented n peti
tion from Portuguese residents, that
SH000 be appropriated for the sa
lary of tho Portuguese interpreter
In the courts. Judiciary committee.
Xoblo Phillips presented a peti
tion from Skinner & Co., London,
for relief in relation to an unsettled
account for Poiluguese laborers
supplied, lie moved it be referred
to a special committee, of which the
Minister of Interior -should bo a
Minister Brown said tho case was
ponding in the Supreme Court, hav
ing been on the calendar for the
July term. II. looked strange to
see this firm asking tho Legislature
to step between the plaintiff and de
fendant. If the firm was going to
withdraw its suit, then it might bo
piopcr to apply to the Legislature.
There was an appropriation of $00,
000 for immigration, and if the firm
obtained judgment there were funds
to meet it. lie moved the petition
be laid on tho table. Carried.
Rep. Rickard presented a petition'
from Hawaii for aid to the telephone
companies. Commerce committee.
Rep. Rosa presented a petition
from W- K. lvealakai, for SoOO dam
ages from the widening of Alakca
street. Judiciary committee. Also,
a petition from Honolulu to pay the
PoftugacHc interpreter S1500 a
year. Judiciary committee. Also,
a petition from liana, that the
pound at Kaupo bo removed to a
more central position. Public lands
Noble Pua presented a petition
from Honolulu, that no more labor
ers be imported by the Government,
that planters import their own labor,
and that on the expiration of their
contracts laborers be sent homo at
the expense of the planters. Also,
a petition from Ilamakua, that a
law bo passed to authorize a consti
tutional convention. Tabled for
consideration with bill.
Noble Katihanc presented a peti
tion from Maui, that no more liquor
licenses be granted after expiration
of the present ones. Special com
mit tee on liquor.
ituronTS or committees.
Rep. Kalua presented the report
of the judiciary committee on peti
tions as follows: 1. On petition that
no Government office be given to a
clergyman, recommending it bo laid
on the table. 2. On petition that
the present jury sj'Stem be main
tained, that it be laid on tbo. tabic,
as there is no proposal to change
tho system. 3. On petition that no
one be allowed to butcher or sell
beef without license in places where
licenses are held, and that no salt
beef be sold under similar circum
atanccs ; that it be laid on the tablo,
as people ought to be allowed to kill
their own beef, and there is no law
to prevent the sale of solt beet with
out license. 4. On .petition that a
liquor license be granted for Kaupo
at $100 a year, that it be laid on
the table till a bill be introduced on
the subject; 5. On petition that
people of all nationalities be allow
ed to vote, that it bo laid on tho
table till constitutional amendments
bo introduced, (i. That all his
powers bo restored to Ilia Maj
esty, that it bo laid on the tabic,
as the committee believe His Majesty-
has enough power by the Con
stitution now. 7. That the internal
taxes law be amended, that it be
laid on the table to be considered
with any bill on the subject. 8.
That a law bo enacted to provide
for the punishment of porsons who
work on Sunday, that it be laid on
the table, as tho law now prohibits
auy unnecessary work on tho Sab
bath. Accepted and tabled.
The same committee presented a
report on Rep. Cummings' bill re
lating to commissioners of privato
ways, submitting an amended bill.
Laid on tho table, and substitute
bill read a first time by title.
Tho Secretary by order of the
President read the list of commit
tees having items in tho Appropria
tion BUI referred to them, and re
ports of progress and appointments
wcro made by the respective chair
Noble Crabbo moved a resolution
that the bill relating to the Oahu
Railway be referred to a special
committee of flvo members, who
shall inquire how much available
agricultural lands there Is along the
eastern extension of tho proposed
line, and report within two weeks.
Rep. Kalua moved to amend by
making tho committee report within
two years. This ho held to bo only
reasonable, as the Country ought to
be governed by the United States
action on the sugar tariff.
Noblo J. M. Horner did not sco
advantage In this resolution. What
was more important than ascertain
ing tho quantity of available lauds,
was to find out how much land is
under cultivation along tho line.
Rep, Lucas thought the resolu
tion was all right, but there wore
some members who did not want to
see any enterprise that would give
work to mcchnnics and loborers.
However, the resolution might ns
well be lnid on tho table, nnd the
Hotiso go On and pass tho bill, as
lie was sure that the bill would
Noble Cornwcll was not so san
guine about the bill passing. He
did not beliovo tho hill would pass.
At first ho was in favor of the bill,
but now he was ngninst it. In 1878
a bill was passed offering a subsidy
of S2("00 a mile for railways.
The President said that discus
sion of what the resolution might
lead to was in order, but the hou.
Noble could not discuss the bill
Noble Cornwell Tinovc to la on
the table. (A voice That's made
already.) Well, I move the order
of tho day.
Noble Hind moved an amendment
to the resolution, that a committee
ho appointed to Investigate tho lands
to be reached on all the islands by
railways, and report to the Legisla
ture two years hence.
Laid on the tablo.
oitnmt OF THE D.VV.
The House went into committee
of tho whole, Noble Phillips in the
ohnli", for consideration of the Ap
Deferred nnd referred items.
Dredging Honolulu harbor, $l.r,
Repairs and running expenses
Honolulu electric light, 827,.r00.
Government physicians, $3."i,000.
Rep. Rice, chairman of the select
committee on the item, moved S10,
001). The Secretary read the recom
mendations of committee.
Rep. Paehaole pleaded for a real-
dent physician on the other side of
MoloKai from the leper settlement.
He moved that tho margin of 83,
200 be appropriated for that pur
pose Minister Peterson on behalf of
the Board of Health promised that
the matter would be taken into con
sideration, but lie objected to bind
ing tho margin to that locality, as it
might oe more necessary elsewhere.
If the schedule furnished by tho
committee was binding on the Board,
there ought to be some change. It
would be impossible for the Board
to expend the appropriation exactly
as the committee or the House ap
portion it, but the Board would
have re3peot nnd consideration for
Noble Widemann was not much
edified by the rcmarkii of His Ex
cellency. Ho would move that all
the items recommended by the ooin-
mittee He inserted in the. bill, and
that a sufficient margin be voted to
permit of giving relief in such cases
as that in question.
Minibter Peterson was much in
terested in this matter, as the argu
ment of the hon. Noblo would apply
to tho pay of every policeman.
Some latitude must be allowed the
heads of departments, or efficiency
would be impaired.
Rep. Nawahi was in favor of
inserting the items as recommended.
Tho finance committee had Bhown
that Dr. Tucker had been doing the
"grab act," and tho Government
ought to take steps to make him re
fund the money he gained illegally.
There was hardly a department in
which the finance committee had not
found irregularities, and if neces
sary to jx remedy ho would even
vote separate items to each police
man. Nciblc Iscnberg disagreed with
tho previous speaker. If ho was
captain of a sliip, and tho owners
insisted on shipping the mates and
crew, he could not make a good
passage. The same principle ap
plied to the management of a plan
tation. Thcro was too much "mully
mully" about this. Although tho
recommendations of the committee
were good and should bo respected
so far as possible, if tho principle
was adopted in all departments tho
servants of the Government would
look entirely to tho Legislature, nnd
the House would bo besieged with
applications for increases qf saarv.
Rocess from 12 to 1 :30.
Now that tbo question of Civil
Service reform has boon brought pro
minently beforo tho legislature, some
thing in that direction should bo
dono boforo this parliament is proro
gued. It is notorious that our Civil
Servico has been for a long while tho
Mecca toward which political charla
tans havo been journeying, nothing
has been too low or dograding for
theso people to do for their party
provided they woro rewarded by a fat
government position or contract. Tho
ooi'ikequonco of nil this is that tho
eorvlc'o has a largo oontlngont of In
compotonts, wjio if loft to thoir own
exertions or abilities would novcr
havo risen abovo tho place designed
by provldonco for them, and that was
,to be tho motlvo power in propelling
a umoycio, or laboring with pick and
shovel. Elovnting such men to posi
tions of trust nuikos them haughty
and overbearing, and whero gontle
manly conduct and due considera
tion for one's rights aro expected, tho
gontlomanly instincts of tho cowboy
A thorough examination as to moral
intellectual nnd hocial qualifications
should bo tbo fundamental principlo
governing appointment to this ser
vice, while- long tonuro of oflico and
immunity from removal through poli
tical intrigue, with ample salary to
insuro honest work, will fill tbo offices
with inch that will command tho
respect of tho community and who
wjjl perforni their duties in a gen(.lo
manly obliging manner without fear
or faror, Ruur Ohm,
AUGUST 25. loiW.
The Blaine Reciprocity Fight
and the Tariff,
Points of Goneral Interest.
San Fhancirco, Aug. 11.
Tho siluntion on the Tariff has not
indicnlly elmnged since the dato of
your last letter on tho subject, bill
what chnngu has taken place has
been to strengthen Illainc's recipro
city proposals. The Sucietnry of
Stnlc has again pi oven himself to bo
tho strong man in Iho Republican
On Iho Piesidcnt's relnin from
Cape May Speaker Heed andMcKin
ley went to the White House and at
tempted fo change Harrison's inten
tion to send a reciprocity message fo
Congress, lnnuppoitof their aigu
monts Ihey disputed the accuracy of
Illainc's statistics, nnd prevailed so
far that up to date no formal expics
sion of Executive opinion has been
made. Blaino did not return t6
Washington from Capo May Point
though bis Influence would havo
been potent, but remained with his
family nt Uar Harbor, where bu was
interviewed and expressed great ad
miration for Reed. Xeveilholess, if
is a life-nnd-death political struggle
for supremacy between.. Blaino and
Reed, in which McKinley, by virtuo
of bis position as lender of tlio Ilouso,
is compelled to take sides with tbo
Speaker, although it is doubtful if his
heart U in the business.
There was considerable talk of
"reading Blaine out of the. Republi
can party," "forcing him to resign,"
and the like; but this was fioin the
hot-bends, and w.la gqon put a stop
to by tho morn astute leadeis. Blaino
wields groater personal inlluence to
day than any other man in tho Re
publican party, and on this question
of reciprocity ho has a big Demo
cratic following as has been shown bv
interviews with CoHcrcsbnien and
other prominent politicians publish
ed tho other day by the San Fran
POINTS ABOUT TJ(r. TARIFF.
Tho Sonato is'debating tho Tariff
and has made slow progress. It is
intended to change tho rules and
force tho passage of tho bill with
limited debate. As an adjournment
will take place early in September to
enable Congressmen to return to
their homes and attend to their can
vass for next election, some Mieli
rule must bo adopted or there will he
no tariff legislation this session.
The San Diego Chamber of Com
meice has followed tho lead of the
San Francisco Chamber and come
out in favor of Blaine's proposal. Its
resolutions have been telegraphed to
the Pacific Coast Delegation in Con
gress. In both cases it may bo need
less to say that tho suggestion for ac
tion came from the oldest and firm
est friends of the Hawaiian planters
in this city, who never miss a chance
to protect their interests, and pro
mote reciprocal trado between this
Coast and tho Islands. It is some
what worrying that the sugar duties
issue hangs lireso long, but despite
this cause for anxiety, tbo planters
continue to reap substantial advan
tage in tbo quiet operation of tho
Treaty while the Tariff is under dis
cussion.. HOUSE PASTUKE!
HORSES at $2 per
head per mouth.
The nearest, tho best
and cheapest. Apply
G40 tfw&s Pauoa.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT an adjourned annual meetiug of
tho Kahulul Railroad Co., (L'd),
held at their oflico this day, the follow
ing gentlemen were re-elected to seivn
during tbo ensuing year:
AV.C. Wilder President,
W. F. Allen Vice-President,
S. B. Rose Secretary,
F. L. Stoitz '.....Treasurer,
W. F. Allen Auditor.
S. 15. ROSE,
Honolulu, Aug. 2.1, IRflO. M'0 3t
1'OIt 8AI.K HV
Solo Agents for Hawaiian Ifclawli.
i-CUT THIS OUT,
Hawaiian Tramways CoMvL'd,
On and after Monday, Aug, 2Sth,
cars will run
savory xiftoon ariuiitH
Thomas Square and Chinese Theatre
As under, viz:
From Thomas Square, 7:15,7 :30, 7 :1C,
8 a. m., etc., nutll 0:15 p. m.
From Chinese Theatre, 7 :30, 7 : in, 8,
S-,16 a. in., etc., until 5:30 p. in.
Tho through servico between Palama
and Walklklrcmalus yt hourly through
out the day as at present.
Tho 5:15 p. m. car from Chinese
Theatre runs to Punahoii.
Au Intermediate car will IcavinMflc
Range for Town, via King street at 7 :2a
Xote The Valley ears leaving Pauoa
at 5 minutes past the hour connect with
Thomas Square car,
These earn will not run on ftuuday,
but tho present IS minute bervlco on
Saturday and Sunday afternoons will
be continued. 038 ot
NOW IS THE TIME 1
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, nnd upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
Tho following arc a few of tho
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT DONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " ' , .
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHlLZDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC. ' - i'
The Company is equitable, Us payments prompt and certain, and' its
popularity unbounded. . jj I
(From the Neio York' Sun, April lth 1S90.) ' ' ' "
Tho liiirffnHb HusineflH Ever Transacted By a IjIIV) Ahhiii'-
The new business of the Equitable Lifo Assurance Society of New
York for tho first quarter of the prcsont year is reported to exceed Fiktv
Million Dom.aks. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
anceor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
"Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his office.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
H KM BBffH VatS m Hte
ffl HT" Iwll flr 9 K
Q falfii LL
CORNER HOTEL &
"We have received per " S. 8. Australia" a large assort
Fancy & Dress goods
ALSO, A LA IKS
Gents', Ladies' & Children's Shoes,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, &c., &c.
Sk3r These Goods will be open for inspection on
MONDAY OT2XT, August 25th.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more commodious quaitert" at
TNo. 29 Er-O-RJT STREET, r-
(Xe.ir the Custom House) ' . - j i 1J
We aio now picpaied to furnish at short notice, and of prinio quality, any
of tho following High Class Aerated BoveiagCB: '.
Plain, Sweet, Lemon, Strawoerry or Cream' SoQa,
Sarsaparilla, SarBaparilla'& Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively tho HYATT- PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLBSTER & CO.,
K. R. IlKNimv, President & Manager. John Ena, Vice-President
(Joui'RKV Uuown, Secretary & Treasurer. Ckcii. .Brown, Auditor. '
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. SprccItvlH' Itauk, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and HEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgowoodl
riano, Library &. Stand Lamps, Chandeliors fe Elcotoliors,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortm't of Drills & FileB,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Oazollo" :i-wheoled Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, Planters' Steel & Goosoncoked Hoes,
OilN, Oils, . , j '
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
PttintH, Varnished & Brushes, Manila & Sisal Ropo,
HANDLES OP ALL, KINDS,
Hoe, Hose, Hose,
RUBBISH, WIRE-BOUND of suporior quality, A 8TEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Waro, Tablo it rocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot & Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges
AGIDNTM ITOK "
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipo &, Bolt Threading,
Harttnan'fl Steel Wire Fence- & Steel Wire Mats,
Win. Q. Fiuher'u Wrought Steel Range.
Gate City Stone Filters,
"Now Procofis" Twist Drills,
nov20-80 Ntal'a Carriage Paiiiia'
many attractive, forms offered by ll
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