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FRIDAY, SEIT. 12, lfaUO.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COAS
To Tula Effect .Vusutit :io, IhilO.
A.M. A.M. l'.M. P.M.
8:13 1:15 5:30$
!):!! 2:4U 0:3 1 J
10:51 3:51 ....
11:55 4:55 ....
Saturdays and Moudii only.
4-mas ed Schr Olgn, Rodin, 17 days
from Shu Francisco
Stuir Hawaii fiom llamnkua
Stint ,)as Makec from Kaiui
Sunr Kuala fiom Kiui.il
Hclir IHilu iKnla Hum Hawaii
U .- S i lmilcbtou f loin :ioattlo
Stiur W U Hull for Hawaii and Maul ui
10 u in
Stmr 0 K BiMiop for Walauac, Walalua
mid Kooluu at D a m
Bkiue S XCaMlc, 1j n Ilubbnid, for
VESSELS lEAVIHu Ttl-rYiORROW.
Strur Iunlatil for Luluhia a nil llauia
kua al 10 a m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Hawnil 6100 bags sugar and 70 bead
Kaala L'O bags lice.
From Kauai per stun Jas Makre, tepi
12 Mr U cuticle and -Mr .- Guim.
From liainakua nei stmr uawail fcepi
12 Mr and Mis Holme;,, G Gteig,
and Cbas Lovestead.
For Hawaii pui stmr a G Hall, ept
12 For the Vuleaio: Ale-sis Adams.
Laiarge, and AwoM. V v way pons:
Geo L sitcpben, Mr Liudler, Mis I api
T-ayloi and sous (,2), Miri Ma Xabuu e
lua and child, Mis kK Hu.ipill, I' Kl
I'liaids, Mis Mosu llanctt, is A Clink
and Uilldicu (2j, 31h Raymond Reyes.
Mr Glllius, L L Cail-eh, Mis .vein, .i K
Xahalc, 2 Chinese and ubuui 50 deck.
From San Fianci-co per a & Oceanic,
Lept 11 J IS Livingston, 11 1$ i oekven,
Flunk Guuster, ii Mczati, and G a
For .-an FraneUco per bktue S N Cas
tle, Sept 12 V A Peacock, wilo and
child, and i'eler Buckley.
SrllrVinu nit tea.
The Cousuelo arrived in San Fiancico
from Kabulul In 25 days, and the Uubt
Leweis from Honolulu In 25 days, both
l caching ban 1 r.incfcco on 30th August.
The V H Pti ihaileston anhed UiU
morning from fcicaltle.
Thu Ijktne S X Uustle, ' nptL II Hub
baul. sailed to-day for San Fiano.cu
with the following shipments: U Hi ew
er & Co, G,8S4 bags sugar; T II Davie.s
& Co, 3,572 bags sugai ; F A ischuelei
to Co, 2,700 bags sugar; Cattle &
.Cooke, l,5J0bags Migai. buudiics: 05
oiupty caiboys, 11 iion tanks, 60 bbU
nflbesios and t cube gin. Doine-itio
The-bail; viartha Dnvles, Capt W A
Pieudlcton, ai rived ycsteiday. 1 -1 days
ltoui Boston with a full cargo of geucuil
nierchandise lor Messis C rcwcr& i o.
She is docked at the Fort bticet whuf.
Tlie '1-nnisted schr Olga, Capt Rodin,
:n lived ycsteiday evening, 17 d iys fiom
aan Francisco, i xpeucneed line
weathir and favoiacle wiiius tbo entile
Tlie stmr Kinau is due early to-mor-jow
morning from Hawaii and Maui.
LOCAL & CEHtRAL NEWS.
A draught horse for baggage
wagon h wanted.
A fubsibiied house in town oi
suburbs of not less than eight loonic
ih wanted, see advertisement.
Tahiti bamboo for making hatt
can now.be obtained in any quaniuj
fiom Sir. A. L. binith, Foit street.
As special business of importance i
to bo transacted at the monthly meet
ing of the Turner Vcrein tu-nit-bt, in
tlio Rilles Armory, a lull uttLuduuce
of members is desired.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Turner Club, 7:80.
Band concert Queen Etntna Hall,
Services at St. Andrew's Cttthe
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1, D. of
J., at 7:30.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of II.,
The old homestead dwelling of
Ttcv. Dr. Lowell Smith, at the bcud
of Nuuanu Avenue, wuq but tied al
noon yesterday. Fnemen who went
out with a hose icel gave able assist
anue In saving effecu. '1 ho house
and furnishings were reiHed to Mr.
Edward Langtey. Somo valuable
parfem and the old family Bible of
tho venerable owner were among
the articles saved. Theie was in
stiranco of $3000 on the house. The
fabric was an old landmark, having
stood nearly fifty years. It is not
huown how tho lire originated.
Dining the burning some caitrulgos
belong to tho tenant exploded, one
of this missiles from which stimlc a
bucket In tho hands of Mr. J. A.
Wuhttens of the lire brigade. The
arrival of tho mall Bleutnur caused
tho IJulixtis to oveiluolc the ii'port
of tho lire in that afternoon's issue,
ARE you a judge of good handmade
Chocolate Creams? if m, buy
your Chocolates ami other Canutes at
Iho Wile lco Cream Purloin, UJl tf
TtuiiSDAV, Sept. 12.
Tlio IIoiibi' vwis opened at 10
o'tiofk, Inn -i iiioiiiin was not pro
avut till twi'lve uiiiitui's Inter.
iii:ioi:ad v iommittpes.
Rep. Uorikano pu'Mi.tcd the re
port of tin jit'iiiioiy committee on
c.rtuin pelitioii : That the Cabinet
consist of two Ilnwtiiiiiiis and twi.
foreigners, rpcotntuund it be tabled,
us an amendment to the Constitu
tion would bo required, and the
limp is past for introducing new
bills. That tax assessors in chief
be dismissed several petitions),
roootntnrtid tlu-y bo laid on the ta
ble to be considered with bill on the
subject. That Dr. Kimball he dis
missed from the presidency ot the
Board of Health (two petitions), ic
commend they be laid on Hie table,
as the prayer has been granted.
I'hat no mote salarj be voted lor an
inspictor of iiiimigrnnls, and thtii
the olllce of Governor be not revived
if any pay is to be attached thereto,
rccointni nd it be laid on tlie table to
be considuied with bills. Thu'
i hildiun of pour parents be sent to
independent silniols, such as Ka
waialiao Simm irv, and that parents
ol huge f.uiiiliis be exempt from
school taxes, leunuiueiid that it In
laid on Hie table, because, in the
iiist case, Hie mallei i- mil in con
tiol of tlie L'gislutnre, mid, in tin
second, t lift o is no bid on the sub
Rep. Maiqms presented a volutin
nuns repot t of a mnjoiiiy of tht
-elect committee on post olllce af
.t'irs. It censures the Postmaster
Ueneial for objeutionable conduci
ui gcneial, and violent manners to
tvaid subordinates in particular. 1
deals extiauslively with salarie
irnm lop to bottom of the depart
ment, leconiuicnding tile amount
Hint evvrvone should icceive. Ii
tiucls that the seivtce is worse con
ducted than it has been for vcais.
Rep. R. Vr. Wilcox moved tha
the reading ol the report in H.ivvai
tan be deU-rrtd till it is ttaiislaleil
mid punted Cairted.
Kep. I'tieluolc presented a leugtln
teportofthe inniority ol the sehe
committee on the claim of Ahlo, re
comtnending that $22S5.10 be ap
proprialcd tor the relief of peti
tioner. Minister Biown moved tint, at
the leport was extremely Ungthy
its interpretation be defeircd, and n
be laid on the t-'jle to be con-idered
with tlie majority repoit. Carried
Rep. llockano presented the re
pott of a select committee on ih'
oill to amend tlie gaming law, si
that the punishment for violation
be made eitbei line or imprisonment,
instead of both as at present, re
commending that the bill pass
Adopted, the bill lo be read a thua
Rep. Biown presented the rcporl
of the select committee on the bill
relating to cm potations, sulnnittini.
anew bill pitiiud which they ree
commend do pass.
Rep. Bush moved that the repou
be tabled to be consideied with tin
bill, as the bill proposed quite an
Noble Marsden moved that,
whereas, on July 15), the investiga
tion of a ci-rlain opium scandal vva
leferrid to the judiciary committee,
on tlie lepresentutionof a prominent
member lln-rcof that the guilty per
son or persons would be spotted in
three days, icsolved that the judi
ciary committee be given three days
moie, when, if they fail to report.
the matter be taken from them. Hi
said he Intel heard several times that
Hie late i-hiiii man ot the committee
(ex-Rep. Kalua) bad said he would
pie&ent the leport in a year, or on
the last day of Hie session.
Rep. Jv'iiwahi suggested that per
haps the lion. Noble wanted opium
to icdiiie his flush. It was well
known that the committee had in
ternal trouble at the stait. Now
they had a new chairman who re
quited to po$t himself on the facts
already gamed. The committee hud
done much work, and had one im
porluut witness to examine. lie
moved that the lesolution be laid on
Rep. Paehaole thought some time
should lie set tor the presentation of
Noble Horner favored giving a
Noblo Marsden moved the resolu
tion be laid on the table one week
and then considered. Carried.
Rep. Rn kard moved that all reso
lutions and petitions relating to ap
propriations not in the bill lie con
sldered iinundkiiMy after at cond
reading btfoio the Appropriation
Bill is passed to thiid reading.
Minister Btown held that the pro
posal would keep the House in oos
sion a year, anil, after lemaiks by
the mover, raised tho point of order
that additions could not be made
except by reconsideration or on
Picsident Walker ruled tho reso
lution out of order.
Reps. Knudscn and Pncliaolo dis
sented from tlio ruling,
Rep. Rlckatd could not see why
thu Appropriation Bill should not be
liable to amendment on second read
iug the baiuo as any other bill.
The President u-miuded the lion,
mover that the limine had resolved
to consider tho bill section by soo
lion, and all thu uertlons having
been considered tbo Ilottao could
not raturn to them on second
Rep. Kntn alii rend by title his
bill to teiintatc tho olllce of Gov
ernor on eioli Island, and it was to
ferrcd tu tlie select committee on
Recess fiom 11:,0 lo 1:30.
1'ef '. 5.
s nearly completed,
The qtt 'stiou of a famine in the
Azores is causing uneasiness. The
nhabitnuts protest against any in
crease of taxation in order to pay for
The Ubcranimergaii Passion Play
netted S25 ),000 clear profit, which
vas divided pro rata utnoni the act
ors. The agitation auainsl the play
is immoral and sncrcligious is stilt
Tliu island of Cuba is now in a
date of excessive lawlessness. The
'iambi chiefs appear to he in i-otitrol.
In fact, even in the larger cities of
Havana, Santiago, Payauio and
ienfuegoes it is unsafe to go about
il'.er dark uuaimed.
At Panama an anli Chinese soci
ety him bue i formed and the Colom
)iau Government has been petition
ed to pass reslnctiou laws. Seveial
'Jhinese were loiiglily handled dui
tig a publii- demoustialion.
Coinincutini; on the effects of tlie
Vmetican bilver bill, the Loudon
ttuics warns the sliver interests to
ic in rea liness lo tncel a rml,
hough distant, dniigei ot a plelhoia
if silver in America, finding veul
lutsidu and forcing ilselt on the
market at a n-duced price
Parts, Aug. 27. The Sieclc says
the stipulation of England in the
Anglo-Poituguesc agnement re
training Pntugal fiom transferring
African ter litory to another Power
vithout England's consent, consu
mes a veritable protectorate over
Portugal' 9 African possessions.
Portugal, the Siecle says, does not
utenU to c-'de Lorenzo Mnrqucz to
die Transvaal. The Sieclc also says
die Flench mission lo Siam has been
ompletely successful. Many fac
ones have been established in the
Upper Mokong district, and promise
Gladstone, in an article published
ii the Speaker in Loudon, eulogize
Oollingcr and Newmaun as two of
tlie most remarkable men of the cin
.unporary Christian church.
Sir John Thompson, Minister o'
Justice, has returned liom England
to Ottawa. He found that tlie Brit
ish Govern uenl had determined to
impose arbitration as a means ot
eltling the Behring Sea question,
ai the absence of any satisfactory
understanding wiih the United
States being arrived at.
We regret that our paper was lite
in getting out on Monday evening last
and know of no belter apology than
piotiug that ot a Nibiaska Editor
or a similir accident: When we
larted to run the edition Monday
iftei noon, as usual, one of the git
opes gave away, allowing the lor
tard gildcrlluke to tall and break
is it struck the flunkerflopper. This,
of course, as any one who knows
my thing about a pressi will readily
understand, left the gaig plank with
only the tlipllip to support it, which
also dropped and broke off the
ivhappcrchoke. Ibis loosened the
linking between tlie ramrod and the
flbbersnatchcr, which aUo caused
trouble. The report that all the
trouble was caused by an over-in
dulgence in intoxicating stimulants
by ourself is a tissue ol falsehoods,
the peeled appearance of our right
optic being caused by our going
into the hatcliwoy of the press in
our anxiety to start it, and pulling
the CuU ltn pin alter the blupbung
was broken, which caused the din
gus to use up and will us in tlie
optic. We expect a bran new gild
eitlukc on tuts afternoon's tutn. '
From the annual rcporl of the
trustees of the Luualilo estate we
deduct the following:
The receipts tor the year were,
871,234.41. Tlie diubursineuts for
the year, SOU, 126 92.
The value ot thu estate held in
tiust last -ear was, 8151,979.71.
The value this year is, 8170.015.47.
Showing an increase of 824,035.81.
The accounts show the current in
come and expenses for the year lo
be: Income, 815,082.08; expenses,
813,801.92; uei gain 81,280.76.
The report of the manager of Lu
nalilo home shows that on August 1,
1889, there were in the home:
Mules, 20; remales, 10; total, 42.
Reciived duiing the year ending
July 31, 18 JO: Males, 4; females,
8; lotal, 12.
Died during the year: Males, 9;
females, 0; total, 15,
Removed by order of physician 2
Highest number in thu house al
any one lime, 40; loivest tiuui
Average number during year,
Inmates of tha home August 1,
18'JO: Mules, 17 ; females, 18; total,
Maniago during the year, 1.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
If the rcpoits lu. off In the Ilrniii!
this morning had been as laud its
they were lone, Admiral Br ivvn en
tering the huibnr would have had
full evidence ol u roooluilon.
BLFORE JUBU, C. J.
Thursday, Sept. 11.
In ic estate John Glensoti of Koo
latt, Onhu,deuc!e-ed, liueatnle. First
and liiial account and petition for
discharge of J. T. Waterbouse, jr.,
the ndministialor. Ordered that
thu account lie allowed and tho ad
ministrator discharged aud his bond
caucillcd upon his filing final re
ceipts. Administrator's cash re
ceipts, 84472.94 ; cash pavments,
SI 143.47; balance in himd, 32D.
47. V. O. Smith for petitioner.
In re estate II. R. II. Likelike M.
Clegliorn, deceased testate. Trus
tee's second account. Ordered that
it be npptoved. A. S. Clegliorn,
titistece per ?e
In te guardian tliip of II. R. II.
Vtctotia Kaluliini Cleuliorn, a minor.
Guardian's second a count. Order
ed that it be appr.v d. A. S. Cleg
horn, guauliau per su.
A Honolulu 'ad on a visit to San
Fiaiictsco, aud slaving al the Occi
dental Hotel, writes .is follows:
"Tins is teally an e2.uuUx.ul hotel.
Eveiytliiug is arranaed for comfort
ami convenience. The table supply
is varied and of a quality that I can
not conceive of anything butler. The
waters are polite and gentlemanly.
The chambermaids are aljo remark-
ablv attentive lo their duties. Every
body, from the man igcr down, con
iiiuiil exeil iheuisilves inattention
10 tlie guests. The hotel is a little
city of itself, with a population of
all ages, fiom the prattling child to
tne hoary headed sire. There are a
good many Honolulu people staying
here al present. This is the favorite
house o our island people, and thej'
seem to icceive spicial attention. I
cannot -peak loo enthusiastically of
our treatment here, and would re
commended everybody coming from
the Hawaiian Islands to make the
Oicidental Hotel their headquarters
in San Fiancisco."
At a few minutes to ten o' Jock,
last night, the Poituguesc quartets
on Punchbowl were s'artled by a
pistol fusillade and the report of a
rifle. Two men, one identified as a
whiteinan, were seen attempting to.
enter a house bi a window and the
noise of tin ir operations disturbed
i wo inin of the lamtly, who gave
cbas.- and lired. One of the fugi
lives fell, it is thought by a bullet,
iut picked hunself up in time to
escape in Hie daikucss, toward the
Punchbowl will welcome burglars
with open arms at full-cock. Visitors
on rubber shoes calling after curfew
nad better carry a wiitten paper for
identification, to save the police
trouble at the morgue.
There has been a movement
among the Samoa inhabitants to
raise Mataafa to tlie throne, but
was prevented by tho intervention
of the foreign Consuls.
A Samoa merchant named Moors
has purchased the island of Sophia,
on which are lit-h guano deposits,
estimated at 20,000 tons.
For Mnlclns Hats.
I' OK SALE A.T
t HE Honolulu Turner Vcrein will
hold the regular inonthh meeting
TO-NIGHT, at 7:30 o'clock. In the
Honolulu Kllles Ainioiy. SpccMbu-l-iinss.
A full atlcuiJauce required.
C5C lt O. KLEMME.
WII N council No. C89, Ame-
ilenn I.cdon of Honor, uiectx
THIS (Filduy) EVENING, at 7:30
o'clock, at Haimouv Hall, Klnj-"trt'Ct
0'.6 It Secretary.
OTUJE of IlKMOVAL.
-pUESan Francisco Fruit Depot hRS
I removed fiom Fort ttticettoNo.
87 King sneet near Fort.
U5fl lin 1'iopiletor.
MR. Kee Nun will act for our Com
pany under full power of attor
ney during our patner Ng Ong absence
from the Kingdom.
KWONG LKE YUEN CO.
Honolulu, Hept. 12, 18'JO. 610 Iw
H WE bought out the Interest of
Lo u if Cook in the linn of Look Plu
& I'd , hltlieito curving on a tailoring
bush ess at No U'5 71) Ntiiiaiiu
Mrret All debts owing tho latelhni
must be pdd lo me, ami all debts owing
b ih. 1 n ' tfrm w ill be paid by mo
Iltui.'tu H Sept 12. In' 10. B.'ifi Iw
EVSKof Lot, 70x147 feet,
on Youux street; Iub 14
yoirs tu run, toKetuer wan
roo. ... Btlll
IIoiiho of 4 room-, kitchen, dlnlng-
riiO't., stable,', outuotisen. etc. r or pur
tleiiluM apply to Mitchell Mauri, on the
picmUes, opposite HebburdV, Young
T?OUR UnfuriiUhed Ronmp,
Arfzhm I with nee of kitchen ami
UMlMl dliiliiKrooiu; reasonable reut,
AWly at "No. 1ft Ciiiiiu ttrvot,"
Psile's Excursion ! '
o. &. & SU
& L. GO.
. ' f ' '
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jri. :r"- . . : t-.tt" r"a-ry-r
A Special rxcn-Elon lY.un will bo run
To Ewii Plantation !
On Saturday, Sept. 13
Lmhc tbo E aolnln Depot at 1 llC P. M.
Making only one stop each waval Pearl
City; leturnlng to lldnniiilu
nt 5.15 ! m.
The Trains w 111 bo made up of Coaches
and Cuiiop.v-tup Cum nil one price.
M" Exours on Rules for this Train
50 Conti to Poarl City and Roturn,
75 ConU to Ewo Plantation nnd
An oppomtiiltv for n ''ellghtful ride
and a bieath of pine air, for only two
cents per mile.
REMEMBER TI1L TIME I
I2TA quarter after 1 o'clock i". ai.
Saturday, Sup-ciubcr 13tb.
Straw Hat Sale
F0K 2 WEEKS !
Loot in Fort Street Window
Ex "Adonis" & Iscuberg"
Gs. EeBnessey BnnOj.
CaCR Palm TieeGIn,
Ca-cs U'hiie bottle Key Gin,
Cm es 'Extra Fine Sherry,
Cases Dry & Sweet champagne,
Cs. Italian Vermontli,
Curacoa, Absinthe, Etc., Etc.
Ptizc Medal Prtris Exposition.
Ear The Best
beats fct. Louis
Beer in tho market
aud Milwaukee all lo
BUFFALO BEER !
fiSy Brewed anil Bottled In Sacra
mento, liner and cheapi r thun Frcdrluk
buig and Wleland Calilurnia Beer.
ron bale ur
Hawaiian Wine Co
CH Fuank Buowx, Mauager.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of tho stock
holder of tin; HiloSiiRirCo. held
at Uin nUlcu of Win G. Irwlu & Co.,
CL'd), .Septembers. 1830, the following
ollieeis wi-io duly elected to serve dur
ing die eupulngyear:
Wm. G. Irwin.... , President,
John O. Spirckcla..Vice-1'u-aldcut,
W. M. Olffaid ,J &
II. M. Whltucy, .Tr Auditor.
W. AI. OlFFAKD,
052 2w Secretary.
BISllOP & Co.s Saving Bank
Book. The Under will nleasc
return to McLean Bi"o., Nuuauu street,
aud i ecelve reward. C19 tf
AT a bargain, a Horse, Top Brake,
Harness, coniplo e aud iu good
order, with two ruga, whip and lamps.
The Horse will drive In single or double
harness and Is also broken to saddle.
Apply at this oflUcj C48.tf
FROM and after this date wo will not
be rOApouflhle for any freight after
Mime hu been delivered at any station.
Parties iu whom freight Is coiiMffticd
mull be at the station iu receive ihelr
U.VHU It ILWAY & LAND CO.,
W. G. Anlilcy. "iipuilutemlent.
Honolulu, Sept. U, 1UU0 661 if
From and after this date we
will uot be icdpoindblo for any
height after Hiitnu has been
lauded, I'.utli't to whom
freight Is coiiHlgncd must bo at
the lauding to receive tliclr
f i eight.
WILDER') S, rt, CO,
Honolulu, Sept, 6, IBPO, C60 t(
NG W IS THE TIME !
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Uonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every liond.
Tho following ate a few of the inuny attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company s
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company Is equitublu, Us payments prompt and certain, and its
From the New York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
Thj Lurtfust Bualutvis Ever Transacted by a Life AflHur-
The new businesa of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year Is reportod to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollaus. This is at tho rate of dm hundred million ofauur
anceor the year, and Is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JtSrlnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRBCHT,
Goneral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
COJtNER HOTEL &
8P Wo beg to inform the public
sale at Reduced PriceB.
DRY f FANCY GOODS
Embroidery aud Swies Skirt Lengths will be sold at very low rates
to make room for new slocks now on
the way from Europe.
CHEMISES, SKIRTS, NIGHTGOWNS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
Gimtanis 10 Yarils for $1 in Latest Patterns !
Just received latest patterns in Scrim, Madras, Laco Curtains
LadieB' &. Children's Hos-iery. Our great specialty "BLACK DIAMOND
DYE," giMr.uucid fast colors.
DRESSED KID GLOVES. Also, jtiat received latest staples in Tidies and
Bureau tcirfc, I'abla Covers, Etc. Always on hand u largo stock of Ladieo',
Gent's and Cnildrun's Shoes.
GJeat'ss i.niitsilii2ig' Goods,
A full line of Dress, Shirts, Collars, Cuffa, latest styles in Neckwear. A
large variety of Bjy's and Children's Suits.
S. EHKLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
Having lemoved our SODA WORKS to moro commodious quarter at
(Near the Custom House)
We aic now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, arjy
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages:
Sweet, Linn. Straitey or Gream
Snrsaparilln, Sarsaparilla & Iroa Water, and Crab
Using exclusively tho HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLiSTER & CO.,
E. H. Ukkiiky, I'renldeut fc MauaKcr.
Goufiust Buown, aocreiary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppu. SpreckelH' Bunli., t fort Street, Donolalo
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgwood
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandoliora & Elcctoliore,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete aesortm't of Drills & Filed,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESGBIPTM '
The "Gaiello" 8-whoeled Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rice Plow, Plauturs' Steel &, Goosoueukod Hooe,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINBEED,
I'ainif, Varniuhoii & Uriinhes, Manila &, Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Howe, Hone, Hone, )
ItlJHUlilt, WIIlfrOOOXD of uuperlor quality, A 8TEAM,
Agato Iron Waro, Silver I'luul Ware, Table &. Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A Caps, Thu Celebrated "plub" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
A.C3 1CH'J, wait
Hart's IVtunt "Dnplox" Pie Stock for J'ljm ic BoR Threading,
HaHwan's Steel Wire Foiicu & Stool Wire Mats,
Win. 0. Fibhor'n Wrought Sleol RHge,
Oftto City Uloun FiUvre,
- ' " New I'xoceea" Tvd Drills,
aov;?a- NVe OunUjo PaluUj
placo our entiro Block for
Jon Ema, Vioe-PresldentJ
Cecil Buown, Auditor.