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--.- THE LEGISLATOR
TUKSDAY, SEPT. 9, 18110.
OARU RAILWAY & LAND COS
T.i 'ml. r.iirct AiijiihI no. lUtlO.
A M. .M. P.M. I'.M.
luioe rlufiolulu :ir 1 :4fi fitllOJ
Arrive Honouilull thlli U:l! 0:4
Uavo llonouliuli. r.:4.o- H):M .'1:31 ....
Arrive Honolulu.. ti:44 11 :r.5 4 :5n ....
SatiutlajK and Mondays only.
Stmr XV 0 lliill fr in Maul Mini Hawaii
Stmr Mlknhalii for K mi ill :ii ." p in
Stinr ICntilii for Klluiion ami linnalel al
'C p in
Stmr Llkellkc fur Maul at " i in
HtuTl iThr TMnkort fur Kpaa at I li in
Stmr LcIiii.i for Nun ami Tlnknliiu al -I
Schr Ruby A Cousins, G 0 ronslns, fm
US S Nipple for Snn Francisco
Slim- Wnialeale for Kllauca anil llana-
lcl nt B p in
S S Farallnn for San Dies"
CARGOES FRGM ISLAND PORTS.
Llkellkc 07 bags Migar, 0:i bags pota
toes, lion pkgs hlde, and 112 pkgs
V O Hall 221 ihy hides, 20 head eat
tlo, t bagseolfee, 128 bugs aw a, 2
ilonki'js. 1 hoie anil l:i( packages
.Kin m Hawaii ami Maul per stun W
Hall, Sept i: XV Fuller, wife anil
tumlly, MrWilfilitanil wife, Mrs T C
Wills, Mies Wills (2), Mnsteis Linos
(3), J F Noble, C Baldwin, Misses Mm
cos f2), Mii P Lee anil elillilien, Miss
Suuter, Mls K Yale-, Master E Robin-,
Thomas Maitln, G W MoDougnll, Mis
O Muliityic, Mis Zablau, Dr Llnilley.
MrMcWllllams, A VorcI, Sam Kan
li.ino, Al Kauhanc, Ah Ilecn anil boy.
Ah Chee, 1 piKonor, 1 pnllruman ami
I'lom Maul per stmr I.lkcliko, Sept 7
V Napoleon, L E Arnold, Mrs 11a
nuiia anil ehilil, Airs P M Kodiicj ntul
:iehildrpii, Mis. rF Noble, C D hove,
kind, lion HP Baldwin, wife, :t chil
Ureu mid senant. Ur G Heibcrt, Thos
Pedlar, A Boilm and daughter, Mis T
W Eveiett, It Atkinson, ltev K G Heck
with and wlfp, h ECaiNon, U Gllhus,
V Alau, Ah Yan, Hon J V Kaliia. Mis
J A Cummins, Mis Akam and daughter.
Airs J.ong anil son, iuaeter Armstrong,
Mrs E halblead, child and senanl,
PAUrcVer, Miss Iiwtn. G O Naea
yama, Mr. Maaki, Lau Que, I.am Lay
and wife. Thus Gay, lions It D Wal
bildgeand Wil C'oruwell, P l'cek, S
Peek, and 72 deck.
For San Francisco per bkl no V II Oi
mond, Sept 8 -Col Sam Norrifr, T A Ho
.enfeld. and T E Glomes.
The Biltish ship lllengfell, C.ipt lti
ohuid Invlng, anived Satin day foic
iiDOn, HI days from Liveipool, which
port she left Api il 18th. She brought a
lull cargo of geneial merchandise enn
bigned to Messrs T II Davles & Co. Ex
peilenced favoi allies winds to the erpia
(or, Atlantic, wliich wan ciossed ou
May 17, Ion 20 deg XV. Southeast
trade, being southly with swell tumbled
to weather the coast of llrail, wheie
nho was detained 9 days taokiug. A
veiy unfavorable wind with unsettled
weather till passing the Rio de la Plata.
From lieneo till passing the meridian
Ion 80 deg V, after which time had a
succession of haul noitheast gales foi
15 days, during which time no progress
was made. Had a continuation of
boisterous weather from thence to hit
27 deg S. Southeast trades were taken
lu 21 deg south latitude. The equator
In the l'acillo was crossed on Aug 20,
Ion 125 deg V. Northeast trades weie
token in lat 17 deg N. From thence to
jioit modeiate weather. Sighted the
Inland of Maul on bept .".
The s-ehr Jlnby A Cousins, Capriln
Cousins, sailed to-day for Kureka in
The bktne W II lMmond, Capt E V
Drew, took for t-nn Francisco the fol
lowing consignments: Yee See, ICObgs
Ice; MHGiinbaum & Co, 1100 bags
r.ce; Sing Chong & Co, 720 bags rice;
Hyman Bros, 39.1 bags lice; V G Irwin
& Co, 2102 bags sugar. Tonnage, 27.1
tons'; domestlo value, $25,01'.) .91. She
also took 80 boilpr tubes, 1 case cham
pagne, 283 empty bottles, and 520 empty
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Fouii furnished looms aio adver
lincd to lot.
An English lady wants a situation
as a housekeeper.
A. O. Woon.s, well known in tliiH
oominunity, wishes toseenro oinplo'y
jnent ah teanistor and delivory man.
'A mail for Han Francisco by thu
Fuinllon will closo at tt o'clock to
moirow morning, at the Post Ollice.
Captain Irving of the. Hiitish ship
Hlengfoll will not ho responsible for
debts.'conlractetl by lii crow without
iiis written order.
A mass meeting called hy llio
Mculianii's'anil Workingmon's Union
will bo hold at Palace Siiiare this
evening, at 7 :I10 o'clock.
MKMitKKSof Co, II, late Honolulu
,J,Uifles,-witli othera desirous of form
ing an Athletic, Association, will meet
in Mclnerny hull this evening.
The steamor W. G. Hall hrings
news of the death hy drowning on
tlio 7th instant, ut Nuulului, of Mr.
James T'lirnhull, sugar Loilor at Nua
lehu plantation. The- deceased wan
41 years of ago. '
Mn. O. Klemino, Secrotary of thu
Honolulu Turner Yorcin, calls a
upeoial meeting tt that Booiety at
7:30 o'clook this evening, in tho
Hitleq rmory , for the transaction of
important business. A full attend
ance of nu'nihpris to requettcl,
src v e tf t y-fou irrn d ay .
Twksdat, .Sept. !).
The House opened al 10 o'clock,
in. pours or OOMMITIKI.S.
Hep. dimming" proieiueil (lie ic
port, of the public Innili connnilteo
on petition for repair of road from
Kucao to Kaiuoa, lluwail, rtuding
that the roa 1 can he put in good re
pair out of the mad money for Ha
waii, ami recommending Hint the
petition be referred to the Minister
of Interior. Also, on petition of
Mis. Mary , Touch for glllO rent of a
room for the District Com t of North
Kona, finding that, neither the Chief
Justice nor the Minister of the Inte
rior had ever been presented with
the claim, and recommending that
the petition be referred to the Min
ister of Interior with instructions to
enquire of the proper ollleers in N.
Kona regarding the claim. Adopted.
Noble Muller presented the report
of the commerce committee on the
bill to define highways, submitting
many amendments, aiid recommend
ing that it be piloted as amended
and passed. Adopted.
Hep. Hi own read n first time his
bill to amend Sec. 1 Kill, Civil Code,
and providing that any person of
sound mind may at 18 years of ago
make his or her will.
Noble Phillips lend a first time by
title his bill to create, maintain, and
operate machinery for generating
electric light. Also, his bill for
controlling and checking the spread
of lanlana and other noxious weeds.
ouDF.ii or Tin; iuy.
Second leading of bill granting a
franchise to the Hawaiian Gas Com
pany. Kef erred to commeice com
mittee. Second reading ol hill to provide
for licenses to the keepers of tene
Noble Phillips moved the hill pass
lo engrossment. There was a large
number of Chinese lodging bouses
in Hie district between lleretania
street and the water liont, and olfl
.cci s of the Board of Health found
great difficulty in enforcing sanitaiy
regulations on them. This bill
would make the keepers of such
houses responsible for their sanitary
Hep. Paehaolo moved the bill be
refcired to the judiciary committee.
He thought it might conflict witli
the Constitution as class legislation
and would effect many native Ila
waiians. Hep. Hrown did not think there
was any necessity for referring the
bill to a committee. It was general
in its terms, applying to all lodging
house keepers, therefore was not
class legislation. The bill did not
apply to persons who merely rented
a house, but to lodging house keep
ers. Something of the kind was ne
ccssaty for the protection of the
public health. Chinese lodging
houses were like I he forecastle of u
ship, one bunk above another all
round the rooms.
ltt;p. White counseled core in deal
ing with the bill, as some of its pro
visions would be hard to carry out.
Hep. Nawahi moved that the bill
be indefinitely postponed.
Hep. Kahookano was in favor of
the principle of licensing the houses,
but objected to certain details, there
fore he seconded the motion to refer
tho hill to committee.
The bill passed, to be read a third
Second reading of bill to reorgan
ize the Hawaiian Postal Savings
Noble J. M. Horner moved the
bill be read a second time by title
and referred to the judiciary com
mittee. He said lie had a few
pamphlets bearing on the subject for
Minister Hrown did not wish the
time of any committee taken up
with the bill. It was impracticable
and unconstitutional. Its title was,
"An Act to Reorganize the Hawai
ian Postal Ravings Bank," but from
first to last the Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank was not mentioned. The
object of tho bill was lo create an
amount of irredeemable paper cur
rency. They had an instance of what
that meant in Brazil just now, whero
a dollar's worth of gold would buy
two hundred dollars in paper. Tho
bill created a bank, with the Minis
ter of Finance as President, the
Postmaster-General as Vice-President,
and the Attorney-General
bank attorney. Ho moved that the
bill bo indefinitely postponed.
Noble Horner said he had taken
no advantage of the House, as ho
had asked only to have the bill re
let red to the judiciary committee.
The Minister of Finance had simply
shown that he did not know any
thing about the subject. (Laugh
ter.) There was no analogy in it
with the case of Brazil. Nobody
ever heard of a financial panic or a
depreciated currency having been
produced by provisions similar lo
those of this bill. This bill was in
tended for tho good of the rising
generation and not for himself, as
ho had enough to live comfortably
on tho rest of his life. Tho pamph
let would enable members, to under
stand the bill.
Rep. Brown agreed with the Min
ister of Finance, but thought tho
bill, If it went to any committee,
should be referred to the fluunco
committee. Ho had read the pamph
let some years ago.
Noblo Macfarlano believed in
granting every bill the courtesy, at
least, of referonce to a committee,
UaJL BULLM'il: uuNOMilU, li, .,
Thu Introducer had aoked that it be
referred to the judiciary committee,
and in view of the objection made
by tho Minister that was the proper
Minister Hrown said the bill was
full of incougiiiities and abstii (lilies,
but pcrhnps some committee was
willing to wrestle with it.
Noble Mui -den moved the bill be
inferred lo a select commit I eo of
seven coinpiixing the legal talent of
the House. The judiciary coinmil
lee wns evidently ovei burdened with
the opium investigation.
Rep. Paehuole moved it be leferr
ed to a select committee of ioven,
lo include the introducer and the
Minister of Finance. This amend
ment can led.
Second leading of bill to amend
the Homestead law. Read by title
and icfeired to select committee on
Second lending of bill restricting
I he impnitation of material for pub
lic works. Read by title and re
ferred to commerce committee.
Second leading of bill to amend
the Sunday law.
Rep. It." XV. Wilcox inoed that
the lull pass to engrossment. He
ref cried lo the ficcdom in Germany
and other Kuropcan countries, and
said anybody who chose could go lo
Rep. Hrown moved that Sec. 1
pass, and that the other sections be
stricken out. The fii9t section only
extended tho lime for ceitain works
to be carried on, from nine o'clock
till eleven o'clock Sunday morning.
Thereat of the hill repealed the pro
hibition of public amusements on
Sunday. Personally lie believed
thai it was the business of nobody
else how he spent Sunday but many
of his constituents at Waikiki had
asked him lo oppose these sections,
nnd did so although he believed in
Rep. Paehaole moved the bill be
refened to a select committee. He
did not know why the limo for the
works in question should be extended
to eleven o'clock.
Rep. Hush was in fax or of the bill
going lo a committee. It was un
constitutional in its encroachment,
on religion. The native version
called the day the Sabbath, which it
was not. Sunday was a heathen in
stitution, first made a Christian day
by the Emperor Constantine. He
kept the seventh day as the Sabbath
aecoiding to the moral code, but
was liable to imprisonment if be
completed his six days of labor on
Sunday. He did not believe in any
law that would restrict any man's
right to worship according to the
dictates of his conscience.
Noble Baldwin was opposed to
the bill as too sweeping in its provi
sions, but would like to see it go to
a committee, where the introducer
could fully present his views.
Noble McCarthy was not going to
discuss the bill now. Il was so
simple that there was no necessity
of giving it to a committee, but out
of respect to those who so desired
he would agree to its reference.
Noble Isenberg said thai Rep.
Wilcox had refened to Germany. It
was true that they had a very free
Sunday in Germany for amusements,
but there was also a great deal ot
labor there. Ho was glad that the
present Emperor was taking steps to
icstrict Sunday spoil and Sunday
labor, and soon the beer saloons
would be closed on thai da. In
Germany the amusements made a
great deal of labor, and it was the
poor that suffered thereby. You
could buy Sunday labor or anything
for money there, but the working
classes were degraded by it. ' He
would like to sec the whole bill inde
finitely postponed. A butcher should
be able to get 'through with his de
livery by nine o'clock, and if a mnn
could not get shaved before then lcl
him go unshaved. He should much
rather see the Sunday law made
stricter than have it made looser in
regard to amusements.
Noble Baldwin took the lloor.
Rep. Hookano moved recess. Car
ried. Tho President appointed, as the
select committee on the Savings
Hank bill, Messrs. Marsdcu, .1. M.
Horner, Hookano, G. Brown, Peter
son, Paehaole, and U. Brown.
Recess from 12 to 1:30.
PROPOSED ATHLETIC CLUB.
At what was formerly Co, B.
armory in Mclnerny Hall, corner
Kort and Merchant streets, and yet
occupied by them as an organiza
tion us a General Club, it is designed
this Tuesday evening to organize a
club such as the Olympic, or Cali
fornia, or Golden Gate, in San
Francisco, in a clubs of a like nature
in all tho largo cities of tho world,
only of course upon a much smaller
The room is already filled up wilh
lockers, electric light, etc., nil well
adapted to such an organization. A
small entrance feo upon all joining
the club would well equip II, and
merely nominal monthly dues would
sustain il including an instructor in
sparring, wrestling, and general
It is not intended to be another
Gymnasium failure, of which there
have been a number hero, without
any rellections upon anyono con
nected with them. Tho citizens of
Honolulu generally and all desiring
to see athletics encouraged in par
ticular are urged to attend this
HTHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X 28 ciiluiiuiB, purely local nmitci -Mailed
to foreign cinintrieu, ri per
iir.i'onr. .iuimi, c. a.
Mi)My, Sept. 8.
In re bankruptcy of Wong Shin
nt Honolulu, Galiu! Petition of T.
H Davics & Co., for adjudication
of bankruptcy. Oidcrcd that ho
be adjudged a bankrupt and Mon
day, Sept. li, 18'.H), appointed for
proof of claims and election of as
Hignec. C. I. Carter for petitioners,
no appcaiaucc of or for bankrupts.
lu re estate of II. It. l.ohelani of
Moiiualiia, Honolulu, Oahii ; de
ceased intestate. Petition of S. lv.
Kuuc, the administrator to sell real
estate. Ordered that the personal
ptopcrty be sold tltst, and that cer
tain real estate be sold. S. K.
Kane the administrator ; per so.
Tit.siay, Sept. !)
The Kilnuea Sugar Co. vs. . C.
Hortlemann, spicilh; pctformauce,
being heard. P. M. Hatch for
plaintiff; p. Neumann for defen
dant. JUDICIAL DECISION.
A decision of the Supreme Court,
by Justice MeCullv, lu banco has
been filed in the case of C. V.. Wil
liams vs. The Pantheon Stables,
damages for loss of a horse bj- col
lision. Defendants took exceptions
to Justice Hickcrton's i tiling and
findings in the trial before him at
July term. The' excepted to Frank
l.illis, driver of the hack, doing the
damage, being found a seivantof
defendants; to the re In sal of the
presiding justice lo rule thai plain
tiff was guilty of contributory neg
ligence in driving without lights;
and to the damages as excessive.
The exceptions are over-ruled,
Chief Justice Judd and Justice
Hickcrton concurring. Justice Dole
gives a dissenting opinion, holding
that the authorities cited arc not
applicable to our law. A. P. Peter
son for plaintiff; F. M. Hatch for
H. B. M. S. CALLIOPE.
London, July 10. Mr. Kdwaid
Stanhope, Secictary of State for Hie
War Department, in reply to a ques
tion in the House of Commons last
night, stated that several of the of
ficers of II. M. S. Calliope had lit en
promoted for their conduct display
ed during the hurricane at Samoa.
Il would be impossible, according
lo the rules of the seiviec, for the
Government to grant them any spe
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting Excelsior Lodge, I. O.
O. F., at 7:30.
Court Lunalilo, No. 0000 A. I).
F., at 7:30.
. Geo. "W. De Long Post No. 15
G. A. II., at 7:30.
Athletic meeting, Mclnerny hull,
Mass meeting, Palace Square, al
Meeting of the Turner Club, at
Steinitz Chess Club, 7 ::!().
TMIKHE will be
i ineetimr of the
JL shareholders of tho Kw.i Planta
lion Co. at the olllee of Cnstlu & Cooke,
on WEDNESDAY, September 10th, at
:S nVlnnL i i
i o'clock r. m.
E. I). Tl'.NNEY,
170-Utt Unfurnished Rooms,
: with lint) of kitcheu nnd
dinhigrooin; leasonahle rent.
Apply at "No. 15 Emma street. "'
A BISHOP & Uo.'s Silng Ihiuk
Hook. The Under will plea-o
return to McLean Bios., Nuuanu street.
and receive icwaid. 049 If
CAPTAIN Klehard In lug of the Itil
tlsh ship "Illengfell." will nm ho
iPKpoiinlhle for any debts enutraetril by
Ids crew without his wiltleu nuler.
LION. Cut lis P. Iaukeu is iiuthoili-d
IJL until further notice, to collei r all
Crown Land rents, and to give lecelpis
foi the same.
(J. XV. MACFAKLANE,
Ciown l.nml Agent.
Honolulu, Aug. 19, 1890. OX'ttf
NOTICE I- hereby glxen that Mr.
John Grace has UiIh day heuu
appointed Mnmiger of the Honolulu
Daily Co, In tho place of .Mr. Martin
J. ALFRED MAOOOX.
017 lw Seeietaiy II. D. Co.
''I'MIK coffee .shop bufbuss at No. .12
X King sheet, hitherto owned by
Wong Pang Chong, has been this day
told lo Leong Chock, who will carry on
tho uii6iucfin In fultui). All bills owing
to dato niiiHt bo paid to Wong Pang
Ckoug, who will iiIhu fell Ut all liabili
ties. Honolulu, Sept. 0, ISiiO. 0.r)l lit
ALL jeiinim m hereby warned
jigaiiist Hhontlug or 1 1 clashing on
the lauds owned by me In tin; District
of Walplo and Wuikelu, Ewa, and on
the land ou Wulkaknlaim, held by mo
under lease. All persons so shooting
or trespassing will ho prosecuted to the
full extent of tho law.
O. A. BROWN.
Honolulu, Aug. 2ft, 1MH), Ufa 2w
Ml tjrriCiM BKk 0, lorn
Just Received. !
V. "Adonis" 'M-cnbrig"
Cs. IlmiiiBey Bmiy,
Can's 1 'it ll ii Tii'i' (illi,
('uses While Untile Kc din,
Cs. Fine Irish & Scotch Whiskey,
Ca-e- E.sliii Fine Mieny.
Oaxes Dii, a Sweet Champ igiit',
Cs. Italian Vermouth,
Charticiw, HcikmII. line,
Cuiaena. Absinthe, Etc., Kie.
Tannhaeuser Beer !
Prizo Modal Paris Exposition.
Ea The Best Beer in the nmikct
bents Pl. Louis and Milwaukee all lo
-A I, si-
BUFFALO BEER !
5"-Hiewcd ami Bottled in Siein
nienlo, Unci and cheaper limn Fteihick
biugaml Wleland California Beet.
nut kw.i: n
Hawaiian Wine Co,,
fMOPiusK BitnwN, Manager, flm
Straw Hat Sale
FOR 2 Yf EEKS !
Look in KortSlrect Window
or. i 2w
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
T the annual meeting of the -tuck-
holcleis of the Illlo Sill' irl'n. Iiolil
at tho milci; of Win. O. liwlu & Co.,
CL'd), September 6. li90, the following
otlleersweie duly elected In sen dint
ing the ensuing j ear:
Win. O. Irwin Pieiideni,
John 1). Spieekels .Vice-President,
W. M.OIff.nd J A,
II. M. Whitney, .It Auditor.
W. M. GlFFAltD,
5W2w . Sceielmy.
MH. Waller M. Glflnid will net for
me under power of ntloiuev dur
ing ni) alHcnce fiom this ICliiailom.
Wm. G. lltWIX.
Hiiiih'.uIii, Aug. 211, IS'.IO. Oil iw
IJItOM and after this date we will not
be responsible for any fi eight after
Hiune has been delbi-ied (it any station.
Patties to whom freight Ik consigned
must lie at the station to iccelve their
f i eight.
OAHII RAILWAY & LAND CO.,
W. O. Ashley, Supeiinlenilent.
Hiimihilii, Sept. 0, lBflo lilt jf
Fiom and after this dale we
will not be icponslhlit for any
fi eight aftei wime lias been
lauded. Panics to whom
fieight In cnimignert ntli-I be at
the lauding lo iccclw their
WJLDF.It'S H. S. CO.
Honolulu, Sept fl, l.sill). P.V) tf
SINfiLi: li. W. IlcilHtcnd.'JIIiucmifi,
1 Toilet Table. I Lounirn. 1 Ward-
lolie, 1 Maible-ton li. XV. Double Wash-
stand. I Ebony hiand. Appl at this
rrMIRi:E Lmge ruml-hed
X Rooms mui tin tnipty
looniB ou Hotel Miee. Apply
TO 11 ISN'T
Bi'dioom anil Parlois
to tent' in a luivnto funiilv.
suitable foi a gentleman or gentleman
and wife. Apply coiner of Llknliko
and Palace Walk. ins lw-
I' ELKO Stables at pio'cut
J occupied by Hawaiian
TiaiiHfer Co.. nciinlbilou
given AiignM Ut. Apply lo
OOStf ,1. rt. WALKLH.
NOTICE to HORSEMEN!
rphu Celebiated lluu-
iiiiudoali" will ttiiud
thU Hcusoii ut tho
. Woodlawn Dahv:
For fuilher particulars
apply at thu Dairy,
AS5 3 m
i .-fc Vafeww-u i
NOW IS THE TIME I
: The Equif abi
Society of the United States,
Are now yelling their Ronds, and upon easy Icims. The additioutd fvu
ture of Insuiancc goes wilh every Howl.
Tho following me a few of the many attractive foi ms offerud by this
oiiglnal nnd progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARAN TEED FOH LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, Us payments piompt and certain, mid its
From the lYeio York ,Sun, April Ath, I !().)
Tins Lurgcri Himinuss Ever Truusncliul hy a Life Ammr-
The new business of the Kquitablo Life Asstnance Society of New
Voile Tor the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiirr
Million Doi.i.ihs. This is at the rate of two hundred millions ofastur
(luceor the "!, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
Dsyiu formation chcei fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned nt his ollice.
ALEX. J. OARTWR1CHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Ishnds, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
COUKI2K HOTEL &
?" We beg to infoi in the public tbute place oui entiio stock for
sale at Keduced Pi ice.
BUY & FANCY GOODS
r.iiiltrniili n mid KwiSk'ut Lengths will be sold at veryvlnw ratei
tu lnaki irtont foi new stocks now on
tlic way from Emope.
,ADl ES' UN
f REMISES, SKlltfrf, NUilfTOOWXS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
Giulianis 10 Yards for $1 in Latest Patterns !
.ItiM leeenoil luteal patterns in Sciiin, Madias, Luce Cut taina
HOSIERY -:- HOSIERY
Ladies' A Children' Hosiery. Our great specialty "BLAOK: DIAMOND
DYE," guaranteed fnat coloi.s.
DUES3ED KID GLOVES. AImi, just reeched lateht staples in Tidies and
Buieau Scirfi., Table Covers, Etc. Always on hand a large Htoek of Ladies',
Gent's nnd Child uu's Shoes.
GrmiVfi l-iiriLi.sHiiig: GoodM,
A full line of Dicss, Shiitu, Collars, Culls, latest styles in Neckwear. A
l.ugo vaiiety of B ty's mid Children's Suits.
S. EtlRLlcI-I & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort StreotH.
liming iemoed our SODA WORKS to more commodious qnurteie at
TSTo. SO FORT JTI.EJTEJT,
(Near the Custom House)
We nie now piepnred to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High CI.ifs Aerated Heverages
Plato, Swot, Lenin. Strawberry q Gran Sella,
Sarsapariila, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exihiMNuh the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
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E. It. Hkkihiy, President A Manager. John Ena, Vice-President'.
GoorKU' UitowK, Suciutaiy it Treasurer. Cecil Huown, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Opim. .S;ii'U(:kc!n;iiilt, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havllaud Chinn, plain and decorated; and Wedgtwood
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, Oh.indeliorii it Electoliem,
Lamp Fixtuies of all kindx, A complete aauortin't of Drilld &. Filea,
The "Ganllo" :i-wlieeled Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Hliinbeaiil Itieu Plow, I'liiiitnrs' Steel & Qoononecked Hocb,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paiiitn, V.iinidhi'H A Brushon, Manila &. Sisal Knw,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hone, Howe, Hose,
IUJUBER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, A STEAM,
Agnto Iron Waio, Silver Plated Ware, Table A rookot Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A Gaps, The Celebrated "Club" Manhiue-loaded Ourlridgoa,
AG ICJN'JPH iron
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Din Stook for Pipe A Holt Threading,
Hurtmtiii'H Steel Who Fence A Steel Wire Hate,
Wm. Q. Fibber's Wrought Steel iUugM,
(late City Shine Filtma,
"New Procesi" Twist Drills,
D E R WE All,
JSTER & CO.,
Noal'8 Carrlauo PlnU.