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MONDAY. M21-T. 22, 18'JO.
OAHU RAILWAY & LANDCO.'S
To 'iukt KITi'iit AuiriiNt ilO, 18U0.
V.M. I'.M. I'.M.
I favc Honolulu..
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Saturdays timl .Monday only.
Satin du a unly.
Stun Llkelike from Muui
Ciltiir Mikiiliulu lioin Kiiuiil
Sttnr Klluue.i Hou from lhunukua
Stuu Kmilu fiom Xawlllwlll
Bum .J t tuintnins for Wnlmaiialo nt
0 ti in
Stmr Lehu.i for Nun and Hakalnu nt (
Slim Wiiialculc foi Lahainaand llama-
Kua at 10 a m
Stmr Aiokolii tor Molokai at 5 p m
VfcbSbcS Lt AVI Nil TU-MQRHUW.
Stmr W G Hall for Hawaii and Maui at
10 a in
Stmi L keiikc for Maul at 5 p in
btnir Mikiih.dii for .i until at f p in
Bktiio Pl.intei, E 1' Dow, for San
CAHGUES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
fctmr Llkelike 100 sks potatoes, 5
hoir.es, 1 lot machlnei, 1700 feet
koa 1 mliei, 40 lildes, and 100 pks
Stmr .MlkaiinU 20C3 b.igs mgir, 270
bags ike. 30 bags pia, 11 gieen
hided and 2." head eattle.
From Maui per stmr Llkelike, Sept
21 0-car Unna, T VV Iiolssll cr, J W
Dividsou, M (1 Kennedy, Mid Bats and
child, Mia llodsou and child, Mis Naiil
and child, S D i ulkr, Mrs Kalua, Mu
Kleiumu-, L U Carlson, Wm Wilder, jr,
Aiou.i, 10 piWotieis and 57 deck.
Kiom Kauai per stmr Mikahal.i, Sept
2111 Alhtr, S Rahe. O Iseubeig. H Cat
ton, Mts,s 11 Titcomb, M G (Jonea, W O
Maiolio, ML,s Malia J Treglo in, Miss
Hairis, Miss McBryde, and maids (2),
Dr Jones, UL 111 iito, J ltapazo, M J
Peneira, Hon P 1 Kauoa, b llauchett,
Mr Mcintosh, Mr and Mrs Cluistian, 4.
Chinese and 57 deck.
From hauai, per stmr ICaala, Sept 22
Hons W U Rice. G N V1 cos, A S
Wilcox, Paul Isenberg and Von Temp-sky.
BEFOIti: DOLE, J.
Saturday, Sept. 20.
J. A. Magoon, administrator es
tate Chun Lung vs. S. Ahmi, as
sumpsit. Defendant's plea in abate
ment. W. A. Whiting for plaintiff;
F. M. Hatch and C. IV. Ashford for
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at Emma Square
ibis evening at 7:30 o'clock, ren
dering the following programme:
March Gypsy Bai on ""trauss
Overtuie D.ime Blanche Boleldlcu
Finale Lohctigi in Wagner
Selection Anna Boleua Donizetti
Mikioi. Puu Oliulu. Hiki no me Au.
fielcctlou Faust Up to Date
Echo Ka Ilea a Hlku Berger
Polka Amager Godfrey
, Hawaii Ponol.
BASEBALL AT MAKIKI.
Two baseball games were played
last Saturday afternoon at the Ma
id ki Recreation Grounds, the Roads
& Bridges and Barracks contesting
the first at 1 :30, while the Pauabis
and Kunawais tussled for the second
at 3:30 o'clock.
In the former game the Barracks
weie "downed" by the Roads &
Bridges, in a closely contested game.
The latter nine did &ome very clever
team work; and showed a tendency
to collaring championship honors in
the Amateur League. The scoro
stood at the iinis 10 to 1 J.
in the second game the Pauabis
vanquished the Kuuawai in a rather
one-eided game, though ut intervals,
the Pauabis were closely pushed.
The second baseman of the Kuna
wai nine cteatid considerable
amusement by his antics while play
ing, although he "froze" to some
veiy difllcult catches. The scoie
stood C to 11. J. W. Winter and
Dan olilciatcd as uuiphus in the ie
Next Saturday's game in the ama
teur series will be at Raymond
Grove, between the Iwllci and Alii
ulani. The Hawaiian baud will ho
in attendance, and also a special
Tub W, 0, Irwin to ut pienoiit um
loading 3000 feet of 18x21 plpu; n
u cnnvigummil of pumping utavliiii
nry from lliu ItidNoii Juui Works,
Hun l'VunuUeo, for II, J', I'wyu A. (Jo,,
Mmiu. Kauai, Tliu pump Iiun n
I'liiiiiujly, running mulil mill iluy,
uilui'lll In IiiIkiHu IKK) iihihh n(
i'unii, lininu lliu wiilm to w height o(
flQ ul. Til" wining itm miiittiiini
iwiiiluiinlimi wild milii) iui)Ut
Wm, I'lliillK. Um luijr IwJiik
1121 liiulm illiiiiHiHn ninl ! ') IiikIii'h
mm miiiI m kmiw lu ilmiluii 4
LOCAL & CENtRAL MEWS.
JSicelt furnished rooms near the
cars are to let at Wnikiki,
A st'lTU of three furnished inom,
Hiiilalih' fur .'inglo gentleiiicn, is to
Miss ,v'w I) Hruilnn is prepuiod
to give k"5oiii in elocution .mil tlia
A SITUATION if HHlHt'd lV .1 I'rtin-
pi'tcnl blacksmith and dor-u shoer
on n plunlation 01 eUowboie.
Pkijjted forms for re-entry puunits,
under the Chinese reottiution nets
cm now lie obtained nt the lVireign
Sin. V. L. Fischer, of .Makaweli, lias
been appointed (limit nnin of the
Wainiea Koad Uoaul, Ivauai, hco U.
M. Wnliih rcsigiu'tl.
' ' . - .
Sin. Sam Louis has benn r.ppoint
ed Pound .Master for the Government
Pound at Ilanalei, Island of Kauai,
vice J. lvuhin.t resinned.
O.v nevl Wednesduy Mr. .laniei F.
Morgan will sell at his tAlet rooms on
Queen stieel, a le.i-o and dwellings,
tnou fully described elsewhere.
Tiikiie will be n nieetitn; of the
membeis of K. of P, Lodge No. 1 on
Wednesday evening at 7 :il0 o'clock.
BuBini-ss of importance will come up.
Mil. Jas. F. Morgan will hold an
auction sale of line houti'hold furni
ture to-inonow morning, at lOo'elook,
at the Dickson icmdence, Beiet.iuiu
Mu. D. 11. Davis of the Pantheon
Stable will bring a lot of new horses
and buggies with him from San
Francisco when he returns by the
Aiiiiests were made to-day of two
persons for vagrancy and one each
for intending to commit an oiTene
and obtaining money under false
The stockholder of the Oahu R. &
L. Co. will hold j meeting on October
8th, for the pui pose of authorizing
the iisue of bonds on the Terminal,
Waianae and Koolau divifions.
In the Police Court this morning
two Chinese were lined $10 each for
afiray, and nine cases of drunkeiinose
were dealt with. The Chaniberlain-Adverth-ei
libel suit is on this after
noon. In the Legislative report for of last
Friday it was inadvertently stated
that, "Noble Macfarlanc presented a
resolution providing for the restora
tion of Crown Lands to His Majesty"
etc. The resolution was introduced
by Noble Cornwell.
Tw o old coral warehouses on Ka
ahumanu sireet, one of them the old
Hudson Bay Co.'s store, have been
pulled down. Messrs. Theo. H.
l)iiics & Co., who have occupied
them, will erect on the sito a com
modious two-story brick warehouse.
Mr. E. B. Thomas has the contract.
A complimentary moonlight band
concert will bo gien by the Royal
Hawaiian Band, at Waikiki Villa,
Wednesday evening, in honor of Miss
Ruth Ward, a literary visitor, who is
stopping at the Villa. Extra tram
cars will be put on during the con
cert for the convenience of the pub
lic. An old native appeared at the
Police Station to-day, to claim sun
dry blankets and cooking utensils
seized by a party searching for a rob
bers' den in Munoa. He did not drc
so much for the annoyance of haing
to come to town for his dunnage, but
he took it hard that the officers had
broken down his hut. The old man
is a collector of made vines for decor
ations, and frequently on an expedi
tion has to stay out all night. This
accounts for the hut and its equip
ments. AND SMITE THE SMITER.
The Advertiser howls over the
dismissal of Turrill and theieby
shows plainly to the public hi's
When, in 1887, Thurston & Co.
did not take up the spoils system,
by putting the rifle carriers and
long-tongued men into good offices,
the Advertiser approved. Its disap
proval now of the spoils system by
the present Ministry is therefore
logically correct, quod erat, etc.,
The public would like to ask the
Advertiser, who is the biggest
scoundiel T. or T.? Did the com
munity or the Advertiser feel damp
when the one T. was replaced by the
other? "O temporal O Mores!"
has the P. C. A. any of the latter or
did hu ever have any?
A Man not on the Street.
A GENTLE PROTEST.
Kiiitou Bulletin :
I have just read tho Advertiser's
cditoiial in to-day's p.iper. Will
the editor of the Advertiser be good
enough to say what the "Key Note"
of the last Administration was on
coining Into power? If my memory
does not piny mu falBo, I think, that
with the exception of the Chiefs of
tho Customs, Post Olllco, anil Survey
Jlureuus, most olllcuia of the pruec
ding Government wore removed to
miiku way for piotcgu uml friumU
of lliu liuform I'mty. There was
no thnu lout In wwMiig (huso ru
iiiovhIh, I hullovo utuiy one kiionu,
Tliu pignut Ciiblnui uiuinoi liu uu
inuuil of uuujj will) mnliiu liiisie In
makinif any uliiin mul Mru tliuy
lo nmliu h (ilmiii avnui of u ni
lituuUi llipy uuit'lv klioiiM not hu
llwiiifii Oy Him llitfonn I'nrly fur
(Ul Pllljf lilt) fMllllllM Ut 11)11 lUlU
MoNtivr, Sfpt. 22.
The Uonti! tin t :il 10 o'clock.
Prayer was ffcrnl by the Chap ain,
Rev. Wuiiiinaii. .Minutes were n ad
by Si'cietary t'h.i. Wiltov tnnl In
lerpieter V. L. Wileo".
Rep. While presented a petition
from Lnhalna, asking for a consti
tutional convention. Special com
mittee. Rep. Apikl presented npelilinn
from Ivan, that n Hawaiian school
there be made an English chonl.
Ke). Xawahi piesonted a petition
from Hilo, and Rep. Kancalii otic
from North Ivolmla, for a constitu
tional onventinn. Special coininit
tee. Miiiiitoi' Cummins announced
that it had pleased His Majesty to
assent to the following bills:
Appropriating S.'iOOO for legisla
Regulating sale of goiMls, etc., by
hi oi UTIOSS.
Rep. Xawahi lead a first time by
title his bill to authorise payment of
all Government revenues into the
Finance Depiiitment. Ki-ada second
time b' title and icteried to the
Rcj). Wnipuilani read a first time
by title his bill to nmend the II mie
stead Act. Read a second time by
title and ref cried to special com
mittee. Xoblu Burehaidt read a first time
by title his bill U provide sanitary
regulations fur the sale of milk.
Read a second time by title and re
ferred to the sanitary committee.
Ri-p. Rickaid read a first Jino by
title Ins bill relating to the ag. nts oi
the Bouid of Health in the outer
Rep. White read a (ir-t time his
bill to amend Sic. 088 Civil Code,
relating to the fisheries. Read a
second time by title and refeiicd tu
the judiciaiy committee.
Noble W. Y. Horner moved that
his resolution for night sessions be
taken from the table nndconsuleied.
The resolution orders sessions on
the nights of Mondays, Wednesdays
Noble Widemann moved an am
endment that Sunday from 8 u. m.
to 8 p. m. be included.
Noble J. M. Horner said that, as
the resolution contained sound
sense and the amendment nonsense,
he mocd that the resolution be
Rep. Brown moved an amend
ment that the night sessions begin
Noble von Tempsky moved an
amendment that the night sessions be
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Noble Marsden moved an am
endment that the rule against
smoking be suspended.
Rep. Brown said that rule could
be suspended at the night sessions.
Rep. Nawahi moved the resolu
tion be indefinitely postponed. He
did not believe in woiking at night.
Night was made for the imps of
darkness. The complaints about
the length of the session came
from the wealthy members who
could afford to give their time
better than himself and otheis
who were not well fixed. The
introducer of theiesolutionhad done
nothing to expedite the work of the
session unless it was by keeping
quiet. How many speeches has he
made this session i
Noble Pua seconded the motion
for indefinite postponement. The
town was infested with robbeis, and
members might meet some of those
characters, on the way home fiom
night sessions, or find their homes
plundered on their leturn. Tnose
sugar planters should have thought
of the time they would have to
spend in the House befoie seeking
Noble Baldwin had opposed the
resolution a first and a second
time. Now, however, the commit
tee work being mainly through, the
House could affoid to hold inula
sessions. This was done the Litter
put of the previous session. Mem
bers who had nothing else to do at
night ought to be willing to take
this means of facilitating business.
Noble Widi matin cuiisideied th'al
the principal committee nork wa
yet to l- dune. The constitutional
question and the election bids were
to be dealt with by the commitlcis,
and there was no other qucblton of
such importance as lhcc unless it
was the opium question. He did
not think much good would come of
night sessions, and would vole for
The resolution was indefinite post
poned, Noble Baldwin moved suspension
of the rules lo present a minority
report of tho committee on postal
The report agreed nlth the imij.
orlty In recommending Increases of
Hems, u dissent from the strict
uros on tliu I'ostuiiusU'r-UciiiTiil un
being ton unvote, quoting ilooiiiiien.
tury nml vurlml uvliluuua lo show
Una voiuu of tliu oonoliulou of lliu
iimjorlty wu unjust, Tim minority
nUu illsamil fiom tomu of Dm mutiiii'
IiiuihIuUuii, of (hu nmjoiliy, In in.
H"ril lo lliu Hiiililnunf lliu iiuiu
MIVlUM. H lHl!lJ ljlJl)liMhu(i
Uim mill iiriuiiJ.
, uujmujlulu. li. i , SEATBIUBER 2(2
itomniiit w miiiuiit miMimfw yjfi
ohd':r or tub day.
The House went inlo lomitihten
of the whole, Noble Marsden in the
chair, lor lonidciation of the Ap
UulliiMiud husini'Sa the volcano
Noble CnniMoll moved that Sift,
fi ill) "i be intuited for the repiy
nieiit of advances made on the roid.
iNolilo Widemann said Hint a few
months ago (he Govcrnnu nt adver
tistd lor cli'ims, and he was not
aware that this was one of them.
Whoweictlie parties? lie suppos
ed they weie henchmen of the late
Government, and that this resolu
tion came from a henchman, lie
moved that it be indefinitely post
poned. l'ep. l'flchnole thought the House
should not be hasty in this matter.
Tho House had condemned the action
of the late Minister of the Interior,
but did not say that these creditors
should not be paid. The money
was spent on the toad for the good
of the public. A steamer was char
tered tile other day to take a p-irty
of foreign vtsitois to the volcano,
which showed that the load was an
important public work. After the
eoutitiy had obtained the bciallt ol
the money, how would it look to re
fuse payment because the Minister
luul done wiong?
Noble Widemann said the lion,
member had tried to put n good face
on the miller. But if the money be
appi ((printed, lo whom was it to lie
paid? There was no el lim
boloro the House. The Min
isteis advertised for claims, and this
one was n t presented. The lute
Minister had got the money from
his henchmen. The House might
thanl- its stars that it had got this
man out of the House. This mm
who wanted the House to pay his
debts told Mr. Bowler tind others
having claims against Hie Govern
ment tu go to Jericho. These el iinis
the Bowler and tlie Liki like
weie bifore the Ilou-e. This man
-pent 810,000 oi .50,000 on the
volcano roud, while he refused to
p iy honest claims. These claims
ihotild be paid and would be piid.
Were they to embluzon this man's
nnme on their llagand cairy it about
the country ?
Noble Mutler saiil that whenever
an honest Cabinet came into power,
it advertised for claims against the
Government. These people had
not presented their cliims, tlleretoie
it was reasonable to suppose that
the money vas a gift. He would
move that the committee recommend
the House to pass a resolution which
he read, conveying the thanks of the
House in illuminated letters to W.
G. 1 1 win & Co , Wilder & Co , Cas
tle & Cooke, M. P. Robinson and
13. F. Dillingham for their libeial
donation of S13.C3'J.3C.
Noble Cornwell regarded the pro
posed resolution as an insult to the
firms and person named. The House
should act as gentlemen and not in
the manner shown by sueh a resolu
tion. If the House would not vote
the money, let it say so without
volunteering insults about it. These
people could piobabh; afford to lose
the money, but they should not be
Rep. Nawuhi wanted to hear from
the Ministers. They should state
their intentions in the matter and
not leave it to landom suggestions
from all sides.
Noble Widemann put a series of
questions to the Minister of the In
terior, eliciting replies to the effect
that claims weie advertised for,
these in question were not present
ed, work had been ordered to stop
on the volcano road first two
months ago and then two weeks ago.
The speaker said work was going on
two weeks ago. He wanted to know
if they were going to have two gov
ernments in this country. The Min
ister told him two months a?o that
he had ordered the w oik to cease,
but it was continued nevertheless.
Minister Biown was as much sur
prised as the hon. Noble to hear
that work was continuing. He could
not believe that this was Hie case,
us his colleague, the Minister of the
Interior, told him two mouths ago
he had slopped the woik. Two men
were left in charge of the tools, but
the Government had not paid out
any money. These people had ad
vanced this money without any
wrong motive, the amount h.ul gone
into the road, which was u public
hem-lit, and lie did not think the
Ilou-e would stultify itself by re
fusing to repay the contributors.
The mutter was not in his di-p irlineul ,
or he should have expressed himself
Noblo Widemann thanked the
Minister for his elegant explanation.
Rep, Paehaole did not see how it
should hurt Noble Wnlemnim if
uotk was proceeding on the load.
He claimed that Noble Midler's re
solution was out of oilier, and mov
ed the committee lake recces.
Recess from l'J to 1 :30.
-Mi wti -mmau iMtM-wti-w--M-- im
Miss JESSIE D, BRADEN,
'X'cmulinr laiomitltm Az rm
Prepared lo give lesson In or out of lb
city, Muiuul Tflviionunj., P, O liu
Ij-i. um tin
BY Xnlmr, Hlemly Man, In tin gun.
Ingi mi iiliiiiiiiimii innfiiiiiid. Iimuliu
ut "Mu Jl oliiUu tllinl." Mil ill
TO LIVE S
The California Feed Co. has form
ed for the purpose of selling hay,
grain, etc., at pncs so low Unit joil
will be nioiiislicrt. They will sell
at California piit'e, or so near them
that Hick- is no fun in it. All re
nl is to give ih i call and get our
pricis. We luxe hail 7 yturs epe
rietieo in the buincs with ihe Union
Feed Feed Co., ami we think we
know lliu ijui'ple'svvaiiisiiioui liue,as
well ns tin prices thf) ouhl to pay.
Our agent, Mr. J. N. Wright, goes
to Ihe Const on the Australia Sept.
126, 1800, lo make all necessary ar
lnngements and secute a good stock"
of ail Kinds of feed, at lowest "cash
prices." The new steamship line
fiom San Diego, California, will
supply us with a good pari of out
hay and giain, is the company are
very aiii us to get a field for "their
faun productions. This is to bo
one of their outlet1, and we proposo
to sell iheir goods nt low ptices to
open up a market. This will be a
boon to the people heie. .Hay and
grain have been loo high here, and
we are going to smash the prices, so
that it xx ill not cost near as much ns
formerly to keep your live stock.
All we want is the patronage of the
consumers, and in a veiy short time
they will find out that we are work
ing in their inleiest as well as our
own. We do not want you to think
we aic going to do all this for love,
for such is not the case; but we in
tend to do a large business, and by
strict attention to it, on very dose
niaigins make good fair wages. Our
expenses will be small, es we are
We quote a fexv prices: No. 1
wheat hay in small lots around
town at 1 jc per lb. ; Alfalfa hay at
le por lb. ; oat hay at lo per lb
Theie are the retail pi ices. At
wholesale we will do much better.
Come and see in.
T J King,
J N WitiuiiT,
California Feed Co., Honolulu.
Per "3. H. Australia,"
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. XOITF, Proprietor.
FOR if AN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
ATTRTT. AT.T A
"w ru u. -i.v ii ll a. ii.,
Will have Honolulu for the nbovo
Friday, Sept. 20th,
For Freight or Pasiige, apply to 1
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
"02 lw Ag ma.
Per Schooner "Olga."
FOR SALE BY
F. COLBURN & CO,
'TM1B ruiuliiire of a five
I loom cotiiigii complcti'.
for huii.okci'nlnir i oituire
ceniialU' loc.iti d and to l t ar a reason
able ieut.il lurnihi' it this ufllee.
il S if
IIOUS 13 WANTED.
WANTED for a few
mo lbs a rurni.-bed
House in town or subiubs.
lint IcrH Hi in eight looms. Applv nt
once at thid olllcu. 0M 'jv
A LADY to take ehnrgo of rcdtuiirunt
dining room; miiHt ho quick ut
luuKliig change, AiIiIiudh M
. . Mnr.''"i!
A. J K,
Ij'IIOM iiml Mlli'l IliU did i' we will not
I1 I in ivpiiiiiiii lu mi) lirlxhi udtir
MIIIU llllk llvuil i llvtflud al HH)' lllull,
I'tiillw lu wlium (hIhIh II Uillltllfliwl
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NOW IS THE TIME !
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upnii oasy torma. The additional fos
luns of Insurance goes with every Hond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by thiB
original and progressive Compuny:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOVMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, it3 payments prompt and certain, and its
(From the iTeto York Sun, April ith, 1890.)
The L.'irp-st Business Ever Transuded by n Tjii'e Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed FiFTr
.Million Dollahs. This is at the rate of fteo hundred millions of assur
anceor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
"Information chccifully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon Ihe uiideiiigued at his olllco.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Aeent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
CUlUiEU HOTEL fc
ffSsT Wo beg to inform the public that we place our entire utock for
-ale ut Reduced Pi ices.
DRY sP FANCY GOODS
Embroidery and Swins Skirt Lengths will be sold at very low rates
to make room for nexv Mocks now ou
the way from Europe.
LAD I ES' Ui D E liVVE AR,
CHEMISES, SKIRTS, NIGHTGOWNS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
10 Yards for
ed latest patterns in
HOSIERY -:- HOSIERY
Ladies' &. Children's Hosiery. Our great specialty "BLACK DIAMOND
DYE," guaranteed fast colors.
DRESSED KID GLOVES. Also, just receixed latest staples in Tidies and
Bureau scarfs, Table Covers, Etc. Always on baud a large stock of Ladies',
Gent's and Children's Shoes.
GJ-eznt'i-s 3-uriiisliing- 3oodLs,
A full lino of Dress, Shirts, Collars, CufTs, latest stvles in Neckwear. A
larye variety of Roy's and .Children's Suits.
S. EHiiLlCH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
Having removed our SODA WORKS to moro commodious quarter? at
rxro. 29 IFOJEfcT STJELJbGIDT,
(Near tho Custom lioaso)
We are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated .Beverages :
Plain, Sweat, Lemon, Strawberry or Cream Soda,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
I'OHTSTKKKT. :::-, HOXOLULU.
R. R. Hen-iky, President & Manager. John Ena, Vice-President,
Goufkev auoxx-N, aecroiary & Tieiwurer. Ckcii. Buovxm, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppi.Spi'eektlH' llauli, : Furt Street, Hnnulnln.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Huvilaud Ociua, plain aud docorutedj and WeUgx-wocd
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chaudeliers A. Electoliers,
Lamp fixtures of all kiudb, A complete unBortiu't of Dnllo & Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCBIPTION '
The "Uiiioilo" 3-w heeled Riding Ploxv A Equalizer,
IJluebwurd Rico Plow, i'luulvid' Steel &, Uooneneuked Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Vurniuhen A. llrualius, Manila, A, fllaal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Homc, XloNU, Homo,
HlIJUnil, WIUIMIOUNI) of "iipurlor qusllty, A 8TKAM,
Aguto Iron Wuro, Hitvor J'Utml Vuro,Tulio .t J-ooket Optlorv,
'uvviU)j , HlKH A tJiipi, 'i'Jio t;U'Ur.Ho. ,aith" Matihi0'imily UFtrMu,'
llm'n IMUdI "U.UliUv" ) riluiik fur l'iu A Dull Tlirillnu.
fltUUiuu'ii tilutfl Wirt- tw ftM wlru Ml,
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$1 in Latest Patterns !
Scrim. Madras. Lner C!tirfniti