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FRIDAY, AUGUST 21), 1800.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
t,i 'ruin' r.iiooi aiikuhi no. imiii.
A.M. A.M. P.M. l'.M.
I cnvo Honolulu a:ir. I :I5 5:',iut
Arrive llonoiillull 'J: i;-ii : TJ 0:3 If
Lcavo llonoillllili. 5:10'' lUfOl :t:ul ....
Arrive Honolulu.. Hill 11:55 1:55 ....
' Satin days mill JMtmit.ijti only.
t M.iliudays oiiiy.
llklno S N Castle, L 11 HiililMiil, 12
il.tyn loin S.ui Fi.im.lsco
talnir J A Cummins fiom AVnimati.ilii
Mlmr'WU Hall fiom Maul anil Hawaii
Sinn Jus Makuc fiom lviui.it
llklnu W U Dlinuntl. E P Diew, 10 days
fiom Suit Fiauchco
llklno Planter, V A. Dow, Iiom Han
S Attstt.dia, Uomllcllf, foraii Fittii-
cisioo al is in
Slim C It llishop for AViil.uiao, Waialua
al ! a in
Stun Kaala for Kalialim ami Koolati al
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
M S Kc.il.iiidin, Oteiondtiip, for the Co
Ionic CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Slmr W G Hall 27 licail cattle, 20 b.a
eofiVo, 1 lior-c, 118 bags aw a. -10
buills hides, 100 sundry package-.
Slmr Jas Jlakee 18 bndls hiilc..
Fiom San Fiauchco per bkliic S'N
C.istlo, Am28 AFHrovwi, Miss X L
Zocl, l'eter Uueklcy and wife, Master
John Uueklcy, Mh'sos Catheiinc, Cauio
ami Mary Uueklcy, X E Malcolm and
wife, Chailes Peterson, 111 Moore, Ai
IhurLoppcic, John Uuikc and AVllliam
Fiom San Francisco per bktne Plan
ter, Aug 2'J Frank Ivcntllcld, Mrs Me
Giegor, Oliver S Garrison, L AV" Skin
ner and Juim'sIIonan.
1 loin Hawaii and Maul per slmr AV G
Hall, Aug 211 Mis C Claik and child,
Miss Cai&on, Miss Baldwin, Mis J IIS
Maitln, Mis', S Martin, Mrs Maheloua,
Mrs SloU, Miss Crittenden, J AV Kiul
moku and son, Mifcs A Walker, Capt X"
U Haley, F UiehauK, O X Arnold, C W
Dickey, .1 D Paiis, jr, Geo ltlehaidsou,
Miss Gicenwell, Mr Xoirie, "V D AVcs
teivell, ltov A D BIsscl, .1 Cooper, 0
Maeoniber, II A Baldwin, Mi. II Hall
and ton, J KNahalc, wife and cliildicu,
Col Non is, G Lilly, AV A Bailey, W
Goodness and bon, and 70 deck.
Fioin Ivapaa per stihr Jas Makce,
Aug 20 Mr Huudley and wife, Miss
Hundley, Mis Love, Miss, Lou-, Master
Love, Mr Schmidt, Mr Bruus. J Cun
ningham and 12 deck.
tur.lanFiauciseoperS S Aiibtialia,
Aug 20 Col Clans Spieckels, Mrs
Sprcckels, Miss Emma Spieckels, Hon
Win G Irwin, J A Buck and wife, A
Hoffmuig and wife, Miss Hoffnuug aud
maid, G P Wilder and wife, Mhs Hc
Lalne, Mis Kaufman, Misses L and E
llowlaiul, MisB M Howlaud, M Phil
lips, AV B Claike, Mrs M E Tcimcv,
Miss M Baldwin, F Biidsall, Miss E
lliulball, E 11 Xcwmau, Dr Furry, Dr
ME Giossiiisuj, Mrs F L Stol, MissM
A Ciittendcn, Mri S X Hundley and
daughter, Antonc Pcuy, Hany Bald
win, C W Dlelccy, Mis Hillebiaud and
daughter, A C Alexander, E M Walbh,
J A Hopper and wife, Miss Bi own
ell, It O Scolt, Captain Lovcland aud
wife, .J II Sopor, 1 Schmidt, E Dow
bott, 11 Bicknell, J Bickncll, Mis B.irl
lett and family, Mlbs C Lowe, Jiev II II
Gowcn, AV 11 Page, John Wise, C II
Willis, W U Cornwall, jr, MleS O'Kcefe,
11 Lyeuigiib, S Savidge, W V Lock
wood, Mi-s K Meljaiighlin aud 2J .steer
age. i'loui Sail Fi.uicKco iei W 11 Di
mund, Aug 20 Mr (JiiutN, Mi liwiu
and 2 son.,, Mr Ilciald, Mr Vouh.ini and
Thufeleiiiiiur Jilkcliku Is duecaih lo
moiiow morning from Maul and tho
steamship Zcal.uidia about noon fiom
San Fiancisco en louto for the Colonics.
The bail; Kainfjoid, Capt A Andur
bon, is duo any day with full caigo of
coal fiom Nuwuantle, N S W. She left
the above poll on July ."itli,
The baikentlne S X Castle, C.ii.lalu L
II Hubb.iid, auived Thuibd.iy after
noon, 12 days f i oin San Franciceo. Had
pleasant weather the oiiliio pabsugc.
Shu bioughta full cargo of merchan
dise; alio 120 hogs lor John Buiki1.
Shu is consigned to Jlessis Castle A,
The liaikoiitine Planter, CapHF A
Dow. auived eaily thlb morning, 15J1
d.iysfiom San Fi.uicisco, with ncaily
11100 tons of geneial incicliandise. She
had on deck 10 mules and i horses for
Jcny O'Connor, and 1 shoitlioiued cow
foi Finnic Kcntlleld. She consigned
to Mesis II Haekicld A: Co.
Thohaikeutine W II Dlinonil, Capt
UPDiuw, airlvcd this noon, ill iliiyb
fiom San Fiauclsco, with a full cargo of
general nicicliaudibo consigned to
ftlc-is W U Irwin & Co. Had pleasant
and light winds the entire passage.
While bhowab off Hawaii, night bcfoie
hibt, a big ship pabbed her diicetlng
The bteauibhlp Australia sailed to
day for San Faanuitco with caigo shipp
ed as follows: W Gil win Co, 15,211
bags sugar; Wing On Wo & Co, 200
bags rico; M Phillips & Co, 000 bagu
lice, 2 bags coffee, aud 5 bucks bana
niis; Sing Choug A; Co, 1011 bags bii
gar; Hyinan Bios, 1101 bags lice; J T
Walei house, 10 hags coffee; M S Griu
baum i; Co, 720 bags lice: X F Bur
gess, 215 bnchs bananas; Gonsalves &
Co, lit bnchs do; O T Gullck,yoi bnchs
do; Geo Lyciircu", COO biichh do. Sun
tlilut: 5s5bndls goatskins, 0 bNb betel
lea cb, 100 biigai cane, 27 b.s f i nil and
ilhoioes. Domestic value, $117,702.00.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X 2acolunuis, piiiely locnl matter
Mailed ti foreign couiilricR, 5 pin
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Ayou.no Geinian woinnii U wmilul.
'I'liANKH to Captain Jltibb.uil, of
I ho S. N. OiiMllo, for lalu Han Finn
- - ' -
Mii. Wuller M. Gilluul will nul for
Win. G. liwin during lliu l.iltei's
iibseiieu fiom llio Kingdom.
Comi-any A Turner Veicin will
meet at llio Koynl Hotel this even
ing. A full meeting desired.
Class J5 will play in the clicbH
louincy lhis;euiiing, matches not
yul iiuaiigcd to be Hindu al Hits loom.
Jtr.Aii wlinl Win. G. Invin it Co.'s
(Liniilcil) nilvertisuiiicnl says about
l fc B. paiiil and Patent Ideal Hoof
Oni; of llio sailoiajof the b.uken
line S. N. UiibUo went out of liia bead
dining the liip down, and lias not
yel regained iiis leabon.
Tim: Hawaiian Wine Co. hao io
eeived a largo luiuiitily of wines and
liquois fori sale, which are specillcd
in our advertising eoluiiins.
A noiioi: fiom tho Foieign OJlice
i elating to blalf oflicciM, and privates
of the Istllallalioii, II. V., appeals
in our By Authority column.
Dukino Mr. Wm. (.5. liwin's loin
por.uy abseneo fiom llio Kingdom
INlr. E. I. Spalding will act for him in
nil business connected with llio bank.
A l'oj'ui.AK Island boy, Ed. Dow
sell, left by the Australia to-day, in
tending to study law in llarvaul
Law School. Bo siuo you keep up
llio reputation of the linn, pard!
At 12 noon to-nionow, Mr. .las.
F. Morgan will tell al public auction
about 10 head of mares and colls,
broken to b.uhllo and haincbb, at rear
of Hon. J. I. Dowsoll's ollice, Queen
Lwii'Aiions have been issued by
Mr. and Mis. C. Afong, for the niai
liage of their daughter, Alico Lillian,
to Dr. Edbon Lewis llutchiiibon, al
their AVtiikiki residence, Thursday,
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
fcicrvices at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7.
Turner Club, 7:30.
Chess Tourney, Class B, at 7:30.
Mr. J. AV. Yarndley wishes to an
nounce thai he will resume teaching
on Monday, September 1, 1800,
aud requests all desiring lessons in
the cultivation of the voice or upon
the violin, to make application pre
vious to aforementioned dale to ar
range lime aud place. Lessons
given cither at the residence of pupil
or at Mr. Yarndley 's music room,
No. 33 Erpma street. Address P.
O. Box 138 or the Qlllcc of Dr.
Tucker. 039 Iw
AN OLD PRINTER DEAD.
D. AV. Clover, a printer long em
ployed by the Hawaiian Gazette
Company, died at the Queen's Hos
pital this morning at 5 o'clock. He
was a native of South Adams, Mass.,
50 years of age, and a lcsidcnt of
the islands since the early whaling
fleet days. His wife, a Hawaiian,
died two or three years ago. The
late Mr. Glover lived on land owned
by Queen Kapiolaui, and has left
all his belongings, it is said, includ
ing the house ho built on the pro
perty, to Her Majesty. Ho had an
adopted while child who mourns a
At three o'clock this nioiuiug a
band boy passing the grocery store
of Mr. Chillies llustaco in the Way
block, King street, felt heat through
the glass. Putting his hand on a
pane in the door he found it hot, aud
being sure there was lire raised an
ahum. Engine Co. No. J 'a machine
si few doors away was got out by the
time the tower bell begun to ring,
and it was soon followed lo the
place by Kugino Co. No. 2's steam
er. The firemen found the store
surchaigcd with smoko and heat,
and could not locate the burning
opots. They deluged the place with
water, greatly increasing tho dam
age to goods from Iho Arc and
smoke. The wall bv one of the
back doors was charred, as were
also cases and boxes. In the north
department of the store, devoted lo
tho grain and feed branch, bags of
grain and a mat'of tea were found
to have been scorched, although far
out of the way of the main burning.
A bottle that had held kerosene oil
was found close to where the lire
had most play, and tho grnin bags
smcllcd of that liquid when Fire
Marshal J. C. AVhito made an in
spection in the forenoon, licmains
of shavings partly burned were also
found at the back door of the grain
room. These evidences point un
mistakably to incendiary origin, as
no kerosene oil was kept, in bottles or
otherwise, in the main stores. Be
sides, the firemen found that the
door had been broken open, il being
unfastened although closed on their
arrival. Mr. llustaco cannot give
an estimate of tho loss, bill, besides
what was scorched, everything pene
trable by water and smoke, or sus
ceptible lo damage from great heat,
is ruined. Tho slock included
S150O worth of new goods received
by last steamer from San Francisco.
There was insurance on the stock in
tho London, Livei pool, and Globe,
and the Fircmen'B Fund companies,
to tho amount of 81000. This
is shoit of covering tho damage
DALLX liUJUIiUiTJJN : iiWNULUJLiU, 11. 1.,
FltlDAY, Aug. 20.
The House met at 10 o'clock,
niii'ou'is or coMMirinca.
Kep. Kaucalii rcporlcd u bill
printed from the printing commit
tee. Hep. Jviiltia presented the icport
of the judiciary committee, recom
mending a new bill in place of No
ble McUaituy's bill to piovido for
garnisliccing'of civil servants' sala
ries. Tho bill was read by title.
Noble Marsdcn inquired regard
ing the report of the judiciary com
mittee on tho opium scandal, pio
miscd in three days but not present
ed now after live weeks. He moved
that tho committee bo discharged,
and the matter l cferrcd to the Attorney-General.
Kep. Kalua replied that the com
ujitlcc was working, and he hoped
lo rcpoi t in a few days.
JJoblc AVnlbridgo presented a ic
port from the select committee on
liquor bills, upon the petition that
no moi c licenses be granted. The
committee rccogni.cd the good mo
tives of the petitioners, but are of
opinion that llio cancellation of
licenses under present laws would
encourage illicit selling. Adopted.
Kep. Lucas presented a resolution,
that the portion of the Atlorncy
Gcueral's report lelating to corpor
ation be referred to a committee,
who shall investigate the matters
therein coutauicd aud rcpoi I by bill
Motions were made respectively
to refer to the judiciary and the
Minister Brown thought the icso
lution unnecessary. He believed
Noble AVidcmann had introduced a
bill on the subject.
Hep. Brown said it would be im
possible lo interfere with the vested
rights of corporations. Probably
this resolution emanated from the
late Attorney-General, who had for
some reasons a "down" on certain
corporations. He moved tho reso
lution be indefinitely postponed.
llcp. Lucas staled that his action
was suggested by reading the report
in question. It could do no harm
lo have the mallcis investigated by
The motion to indefinitely post
Rep. Kickard moved to insert
S500 in the Appropriation Bill for
the erection of a schoolliouso at
Puakoa, South Kohala, Hawaii.
Rcfcnc'd lo education committee.
Tho same member, ou suspension
of the lnles, presented a petition
for a schoolhouse at Kauuamano,
Hawaii, aiid'othcr things. Kef erred
to education committee.
Rep. Kalua read a first time his
new bill for the encouragement of
the growth and manufacture of to
bacco, Kep. Kalua gave notice of a joint
resolution, without slating its sub
ject. okdkk or -nu: DAY.
Fuither consideration of the Oahu
Sec. 1, referring to the guarantee
of interest in See. 2 struck out, was
Kep. Kickard moved that Sec. f
bo Sec. 3 and that certain words i c
fcrring to bonds be struck out. Car
ried, and the section passed as
Rep. Kickard moved literal aud
verbal amendments to the next sec
tion, lo make it correspond lo the
chauges in the previous parls of the
Kep. Blown moved a substitute
section as follows : Sec. -1. The Min
ister of Finance is hereby authorised
Mid directed to pay whatever
amounts may become due and pay
able to the Oahu Railway and Land
Company, under the provisions of
Sec. 2 of this Acl. Such payments
shall be made to flic Oahu Railway
and Laud Company, or such persons
as it may designate, upon the draft
of tho Minister of the Interior. Be
fore payment of such subsidy rea
sonable guarantees may be required
that the main track has been duly
constructed, finished, and equipped.
Minister Peterson moved lo insert
in See. 5 : Provided, however, that
nothing in this Act shall bo deemed
to authorize tho Minister of the In
terior to guarantee or pay any sub
sidy to said company under See. 27
and 28 of the general railway law
of Iho.Kingdoiu. Carried.
The title aud euactjng clause
Minister Brown did not see any
use in the long preamble lo the Acl,
which simply recited historical facts,
and moved it bo struck out. Carried.
The bill as amended was lead a
second time and passed, to bo read
a third time Tuesday.
Further consideration of llio bill
to create cauloniors, or peiiuaiiuut
workmen on tho public roads, on
Sec. U, relating lo walking tools,
was amended, ou motion of Kep.
Brown, by striking out tho sentence,
"All tepiilrs lo his tools must bo
made by the contonier outside of the
regular hours of woik," and, with a
verbal amendment hy Minister
Brown, passed as amended.
Rep. Kahookauo moved to strike
out of the 10th section the provi
sion that tho workmen must bo be
tween tho ages of 20 and -15.
Rep. Kickard moved to strike out
tho provision for haviiifr dwellings of
tho workmen of two adjoining sec
tions placed at the end of one of
Hep. Brown moved an amendment
lo give llio local road aulhoiilics
power, with tho consent ot llio Min
ister of the Interior, instead of llio
Minister himself, as in the bill, to
have dwellings built. '
Noble Burchnrdt would piefer lo
have the dwellings in Hie middle of
Kep. Kauln feaied Unit if the
male tenants did not quturcl, the
women might, in case of contiguous
The amendments earned ami the
section passed as amended.
Hop. Kickard moved to strike out
of tho i 1 tli section llio provision for
giving one-fifth extra pay for each
day of work done by orders out of
his own section.
Noble Marsdcn considered this an
eqilablo provision, and he moved the
section pass as in the bill.
Passed as in the bill.
Hep. Blown moved recess. Car
ried. IJccess fiom 1 1 :!2 lo 1 :30.
To Ptullicr I'l'otnutc (lie CoiinIi-iu--tlon
of ItniIvvn.vM on the Inland r
(As passed bccond leading.)
He il Jfmiclcd bi the Khuj end the
Siajislulure. of the flatvaiutn
Section 1. The lime granted for
the consluiclion of steam railroads
on the island of Oahu, as prescribed
by Section 2 of Chapter 02 of the
Laws of 1888, is heicby extended to
livcycais fiom the dale of the pas
sage of this Act, and the time of the
exclusive franchise therein named
lo fifty years from the date of the
passage of said Acl. Provided that
such extension of exclusive fran
chise shall apply lo such portions of
lailroad as said company shall con
struct in the Districts of AVaianac,
AVaialua, Koolauloa and Ivoolau
poko, or any of said Districts.
Section 2. For cacli mile of Hie
main track hereafter constructed
under this Act after the completion
of the Pcail Kivcr Division by the
said Oahu Railway and Land Com
pany, the Hawaiian Government
shall pay a subsidy of seven hun
dred dollars each year until the ex
piration of five years from the dale
of construction thereof.
Section 3. In order that the
Hawaiian Government may be from
time to time apprised of whatever
amounts shall or might become pay
able hereunder, the said Oahu Rail
way and Land Company shall after
the close of each quaiter-ycar make
a written statement or exhibit of
the number of miles of railroad by
it constructed icady for operation
during the quarter-year next pro
ceeding. Such statement or exhibit
shall be sworn to and filed with the
Minister of the Interior ; aud said
Minister, or some person appointed
by him, shall have the right at all
times lo examine and inspect the
books of the company.
Section 1. The Minister of Fi
nance is hereby athoii.cd and direct
ed lo pay whatever amounts may
become due and payable lo the Oahu
Railway and Land Compauy under
the provisions of Section 2 of
this Acl. Such payments shall be
made to the Oahu Railway and
Land Company, or such persons as
it may designate, upon the draft of
the Minister of the iutcrior. Bc
foie payment of such subsidy rea
sonable guarantees may be required
that the main track has been duly
constructed, finished, and equipped.
Section 3. Nothing herein con
tained shall be held lo interfere
with the right of said Oahu Rail
way and Land Compuny to exercise
all of the lights, powers and privi
leges granted by said Chapter 02 of
tho Laws of 1888, or by the general
railway law of the Kingdom, except
us to exemption fiom taxes. Pro
vided, however, that nothing iu this
Act shall be deemed to authorise
the Minister of the Interior lo guar
antee or pay any subsidy lo said
company under Sections 27 and 28
of the gcncial l ail way law of the
Section 0. This Act shall take
effect and become law from and
after the dale of Its approval.
YOUNG Woman to take caie of
voiiiil' child. German woman
piefened. Apply al lii. i,lkiin Olllcc.
A LLK Deiilftehc, WclihoZurKliirlch-
tiinj; des Natlonal-Denknials fur
den Filifelcu von Itisiuaick 111 Horliu
boliitiagen wiiiisehcn, werden eimicht,
etwaigolleitiaego fur illvhuu Zweck an
das imteieiehiielo KoiiMilat aus.u.
ahleu odcr chi.iiboudun,
Sacmmllh'lic Unbuiiwci delimiter IScl
fiigimg tier Itcltiagdllhtcn an 1I11H Cen
tial Coinlte In llcilln ubeiiiilllelt wer
den. ICAIrtl'.KI.IOII DKUIBUIU'.I KUMX'J.Vr,
Honolulu, 7. Juli, 1!0. COt) 8L
From Bremer Rathskeller,
From Aug. Reuter, Ruedesliolm,
l'rom J, C. Glddo, H. Lahnstoln.
For bale at all prices by
nriTTniiTnni p. rw
AUGUST 29, Itf'JU.
THE KONA HOMICIDE.
rnrlli'iilnrM ortlio Trnucily.-iY I'i-In.
oner Itrouslit lo Toun.
A correspondent in Komi gives
pailiculais of the laic murderous
affray there. Kona is in quite a
breeze over tho matter, as this is
one of several such cases, which
have occiu red lately, viz., at Nnpoo
poo and Iloliialoa.
Four Celestials lived at lvcauhoii,
about five miles from Kailua, North
Kona, a milo below Ihc upper Gov
ernment toad, engaged in tobacco
culture. They had two houses,
niado of glass, Ihc burnt one, where
tho tragedy look place, having a
galvanized iron roof.
Alcona, who was probably mur
dered, having been extricated as a
charred corpse, lived in one house
together with Ah AAra. In the other
house lived two Chinamen, All Yau
and All Nee. Tho former lias
wounds ou his head, the latter has
The crime was committed at one
o'clock in the morning of Sunday,
Aug. 10, the house being set on lire
with kerosene oil, lo hide the deed
iu all piobabilily. Sheriff Hitch
cock arrived on the scene on receiv
ing reliable information of Ihc oc
curicnce, and is working up the
case. An inquest was held ou the
day of llio homicide and the corpse
was buiicd. It was exhumed in
presence of a physician, Sunday,
Aug. 17, aud an examination made
of the decomposing body.
Exactly the same means were
used as in the two other tragedies in
Kona, the house being burned to
obliterate the evidences of murder.
Cane knives and buichcr knives
were the implements used in this
Kcauliou tiagedy. A small meat
cleaver is also said lo have been em
ployed. Ah Wa, the joint tenant w illi the
dead man, was brought to town a
prisoner by the steamer AV. G. Hall
ihis morning. He presents a lion id
sight, his head and body bearing
sixteen wounds, while his skin lias
the appeaiauec of being burned iu
places. The Marshal sent him to
the Queen's Hospital, with a police
man as guard.
PATBMT Mil MM1,
Anil SHEATHING PAPERS.
PAKAFFJLNIS PAT NT (JO.,
Wm. 6. IRWIN & COMPANY,
Hole .AireiiU for the Hawaiian Jbhuuls.
No. 2 P. & B. Paint Is especially adapt
ed for biidgc woik (wood or iiou) and
smokestacks, aud has been used for
these puipobcs at l'aauhaii for the past
four ycais, ?hh'ff gieat uatisfactlon.
No. 3 P. & B. Paint fur fence poits or
for any wood or timber u&ed under
giound or submerged, being a inoteo
tion agaiust all. mailnc ruuasltcs or
water, also for foundation Umbcis.
Idoal Rool Paint. Colors: lied, Blown
and Black. Is the hel in llicinaiket
for iiou, tin or phinglc looft.
P. & B. Electrical Compound. This ar
ticle for affoiding perfect insulation is
without an equal aud has obtained re
cognition by the laigesl clcctilo light
companies and mamifactiiicr of Insu
Idoal Rootling & Siding. Colors: 111 own
or lllack. Adapted for steep or Hat
loots. C.iti bo laid by anyone without
4 All the above ai tides are abso
lutely tasteless and odcilcb- and con
tain no eo.il tar.
tSrVoreliciilars or other inhuma
tion apply to the Agents. ill tf
A NICELY Furnished
i. Float ltooui at No.
I Adams Lane.
Foil si. oppo. Chinese Chinch.
&.& pOTTACiE on Meliuult.li col
15jSjR v 11CI11' Niuiauii avenue,
IAShH containing I inouw and kit
chen, imiiiullyfiiriuSlit'il. Apply
HAAVA1IAN UUSINKMS ACENCY.
'PO icnlurlc.iM) a Collage
1 x with about four 1001110;
about 10 iiiiniilon' walk fiom
town; on King or lteiet;iuia slieets, lo
vvaitls the Plains prefeiied. AddichS
"L. iV; O.," this olllco. li'-'li tf
FOIt HEN I
LVAAIQ Stable at piuteiit
occupied by Hawaiian
Tiaiibfer Co., pciinlwloii
;ust 1st. Apply to
NOTICE to HOUSEMEN!
iiamioaii" win suiini
this season at the
i'i in it
twins 830. For further particulars
apply at tho Dairy. B85 3m
Pais & CompKls
NOW IS THE TIME 1
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Aio now selling their Bond, and up -u easy terms. The additional fen
lure of Insurance goe3 with cu'iy Br ml.
Tito following are a few of (ho many atliactive forms offered by this
otiginal and progroonivc Company:
ENDOWMENT I30NDS, 5 PER
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT Lll E POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, TC.
The Compauy is equitable, its Mymeiiti uotupt aud certain, and its
(From the JKuo York .s'i, April -Uh, 1800.)
Tho JUirtfost Business ISvor Transacted by si Lilo AHSiir-
The new business of the Kquilable Life Assuiauce Society of Now
York for the first quarter of ihc present year i3 reported lo exceed Vmx
Million Hoixaks. This is at the rate of two hundred millions o'assur
unccfor theyw, and is unprecedented in Ihc nnnnls of life assurance.
JBSylnforuialion chccifully furnished lo any who will wiilo lo or call
upon the uudcisignod at his oilicc.
ALEX. J. CARTWRBCHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquilable Life Assurance Socicly
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
Having lomoml our
SO XT-OJRJ? rX,XtE5IIirX1,
o now piep.ued to furnish at.
of the following High
Sarsaprtrilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT 1'UHK WATKIt SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER &. CO.,
wm 1 mjiiwjum'w
E. It. IlKNUitr, President As Manager.
GountKY Uuown, Secretary &Ticastuer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
lpi. SiiL't'ttkvlM' ltuult, : fc'ort Street, Honolulu.
lMl'OUTEUM anil DEALEltS IN
Gen'i Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuino Havilaml China, plain and decorated; and Wedgowoodl
I'i.uui. Libr.uy it Stand Lamps, Chandeliers &. Eleeloliors,
Lamp FixlurcK of all kinds, A comnlulo iiHsoitiii't of Drills & FilOB,
Tho "(U.0II0" Il-w heeled Killing Plow & Equalizer,
Mill-board Hico How, Planters' Steel it (Joobinieekcd Hoes,
LAItU, CYLINDER, JCKROKENK, LINSEED,
Faints, Varuidich & llnisheH, Manila iV. Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Homo, l-Aowe, Howe,
RU1H1ER, WIRE-MOUND of superior quality, & STEAM,
Agato Iron Wnro, Silver Plated AVaro, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Towtler, Shot tfcUapB, Tim Celebrated "Club" Maehiuo-loailcd Cartridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pino & Molt Threading,
Hartnuui'H Steel AViro Fence & Steel AViro Mais,
Win. G. Fiuhor's AVrought Stcol Kanges,
(Jato City Stono Filters,
"Now Process" Twist Drills,
uov-29-89 , Ncal's Oarrlago PalnU,
ENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE,
u ii ii u
& I'OICT KTItHJSTS.
1 is. i -
to inoru commodious quartern at
short notice, and of prime quality, any
CltibS Aei.ited Deverages:
Strawherry or Cream Sola,
John Ena, Vice-President!
Cr.oir. BitowN, Auditor.
Of MEM DE8G11IPTI0N '