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We Desire to Gall
For Lubricating the Valves and Cyliiidcib of Steam Engines.
VALYOLINE is tin mirth oil specially prepared under the highe-t hti'iiui
neat and from which all volatile and earthy matter has been expelled by a
jorocees which leaves a pure and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and. keeps the cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. This
Was thp first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and has been in con
stant use oVer eighteen years.
g0mVe alsouiunufaeture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
classes of machinery.
Leonard Ac JEDlliw,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. GOi 3m
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING. TIN, GOPEE AND
JKja Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpentoro', BlackamitliB', Machinists' & Plumbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GQPDS !
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils, YarniBheB, Lamp Goodfl and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
E. B. JHENDnr, President & Manager.
Gokpbkt Bbowh, Secretaiy & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Mpitn:IelM' Hunk, : Fort Mftwt llotmlulu.
IMPORTERS and UEALEItS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgcwocd
llano, Library it Stand Latnpri, Ohanduliers Sc EloololiurH,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortm'i of Drills &. Filen,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EM DESCRIPTION '
The "Gairsllo" tl-whoolod Riding Plow A Equalizer,
Blunboard HU't l'low, riaulorn' .Stool A. GooHouoi'kcd ILrtr,
J,ARI( CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINHKKI),
PtlaU), VareUhru A llrunlioH, Manila A. Sisal llojin,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
HOHO J I OHO, JJ.ONO,
' f', JJUHUKH, WIKIWIOWND of ouporloi quality, A rJl'llA.M,
Agnte lon SV'urUi flllvr HM 'ar, Table .V J'ojikot Outlnry,
1'flmlyr, flljol A- Otipn, Tim UbIhImiI "(ihih" M-ii'lilnUwyfel OujriJKiHi
Your Attention To
John Ena, Vice-President
Cecil Bhown, Auditor.
Star Mill Co.'s Property !
Ou TUESDAY, St'iit. SOtli,
AT IX O'CLOCK. MO OX
At the Mill site, 1 will sell at Publlo Auc
tion the follow lug; : Comprising :
2 House Lots, Mill Site,
And other Property previously adver
tise by Jno. Hind, Manager.
Tlios. II. WRIGHT,
CCC til Auctioneer.
O. R. & L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation !
LMYing the IlnnLlolu De;ot at 14G P. M.
Trains Mill be miuio up of Coaches
aud Canopy top Cars all one price.
"Excursion Rates for these Trains
50 Cents to Pearl City and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn. An oppottmilty fot a delightful ilde
and a breath of pine ah, for only tw
vents per mile. WJ5 Ira
Ex ''Adonis" A 'Isenbcrg''
CaBoa Palm Tree Gin,
Cases "White Bottlr Key Oln,
Cs. Finelrish & Scotch Whiskey,
Cases Extra Fine Sherry,
Case Dry & Sweet Champagne,
Os. Italian Vermouth,
Chartreuse, Benedict! net
Curacoa, Absinthe, Eto., Etc.
Prize Medal Paris Exposition.
I The Best Beer In the market ,
beats St. Louis and Milwaukee all to
BUFFALO BEER !
Jtgy Brewed and Bottled In Sacra
mento, liner and cheaper than Fredrlck
burg and AVleland California Beer.
TOn SALE 11Y
Hawaiian Wine Co.,
044 FnANK BnowN, Mauager. lm
15 Hunanu St., Uonoluln, H. I.
SoU Ageats Is tio Hawullaa Inlivada for
"Old Magnolia" & "0. P. T."
Fine Bourbon Whiskies,
Lachman & Jacnbi's
Celebrated California Wlnei.
Also, elfiijn la atosk, a fall lies of the choicest
We have for ale u superior article
orauarilla k iron Her,
Manufactured by Schmidt & Co ,
.Stockton, Culu. it Is the most
wholowmo urn! delicious toulo and
beverage of the n"
promptly attended to and u.ood-i cnu
tully packed for whlpmout. C3'J 3m
Miss JESSIE D, BRADEN,
'JNtaoli! .121ooutloii t lrn
1'iepuriiil to lvc lesitoiiK In or out of the
city, .Mutual Tuluphime filii. 1'. 0 Jlox
lAMTUitI3 lor HOUriKH,
''Pi IK HMiurlli:id H iiiuii!il to lain
X tti8D4 nu ptiktuiti lit J'alnlo.
M iruhHlQllnDl, WulklU. r WkMiImk
,ni' l.'".t'.'Jl"f"!"lll" -1' - - -?" ' "J
I Mum iiiua.roil hhwuiu.
A HHIiib nf Niiflal Kvfnli..I'i r nrnt.
Kilnn, IIiiunc Wnrinlnic, Hmilul.
Ou Tuesday eveninp: Inst, at the
prayer meeting nt Mr. Dalilwin's,
Haiku, the Rev. W. S. Wcsleivelt
was presented with a Ijcautilul gold
watch and chain. Mr. Foster on
behalf of the young -men of Maui,
made the presentation speech, which
was feelingly responded to by the
recipient. The watch is a Wnl
tham, and on the inside case is en
graved the name of the rev. gentle
man in a quarter circle on top, nud
underneath, "from the young men
of Mnui as a token of respect and
regard." This watch ami chain,
although beautiful, lint very feebly
expresses the very high respect and
esteem in "which the rev. gentleman
is hold not only by the young men,
but all classes here.
The most brilliant social event for
many a day was the party given by
Mr. and Jtfrs. James Cowan of
Hamakuapoko, on Wednesday night
last, on the occasion of occupying
their new houpe. About one bundled
people from all paitsof Maui assem
bled to pay their respect to the
genial host and hostess, mid cougia
tulate them upon this happy event.
The house was thrown open to the
guests and the untiring cffoits of
the host and hostess to enteitaiu
their many fiiend was most uicccss
ful. Dancing was indulged in until the
summons came lor lefrcshments.
After a sumptuous lunch, consisting
of salads, cold meats, sandwiches,
ice cieam, coffee aud cake, dancing
was again resumed and kept up with
vigor until the "wee sma' hours,"
when the guests departed wishing
their entertainers a long and happy
life in their new home.
On Friday night the Ladies' Aid
Society of Makawao held their regu
lar monthly social at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. James Cowan, Ha
makuapoko. The large and spacious dining
room and parlor were thrown into
one, and confortably filled with a
merry and social gathering.
The programme, as prepared by
the committee, consisted of nine
numbers, and was opened by an ad
dress from the Rev. XV. D. Wester
velt. He referred to the new home
of the hosts in a very pleasing way,
and advised the young unmarried
people to marry and establish such
a home as this for themselves. lie
also wished it to bo a royal home
and a power to bring young people
together that they might feel the in
fluence of a truly homely home. He
contrasted this beautiful home with
one he once saw in Central New
York while travelling in that state,
where poverty and squalor reigned
supreme, and the poor mother with
her child were the sole occupants at
the time, the father being off in
some grogging, and hoped that such
a scene would never be witnessed
here. He concluded by wishing the
occupants a long, prosperous, and
happy life in their new home.
The next number was a duct on
the piano by Miss Goodale and Mrs.
Linder, which was very happily ren
dered and elicited hearty applause,
but the ladios were deaf to an en
core, and the third number was call
ed, a reading by Mr. F. XV. Hardy
of Makawao. As usual this gentle
man's selection was excellent and
"The Waiter Girl" was received
with loud applause. The next num
ber was a Zither solo by Prof.
Schmidt. "The Poet and Peasant."
This gentleman has appeared in
public so often that the sight of his
name on the programme always meets
with a most hearty approval. He
played with his usual brilliancy and
was most heartily applauded and to
a persistent encore responded by
playing a medly. The next number
was a recitation by Miss Nicholson
which was very phutetic and beauti
ful and the elocution almost fault
less. This was the first appearance
of this young lady in public here,
but we hope to hear from her again.
The next was a reading by Mr. J.
XV. Colville, depioiting the trials
and tribulations of a Scotish maiden
in her vain attempt to capture n
volunteer soldier for a husband. It
was read in the Scotch dialect and
was very amusing.
At this point the master of cere
monies announced that the next
number could not be given by the
party to whom it was assigned, but
Prof. Schmidt had kindly volunteer
ed to play another Zither solo in
place of it, which he did, aud was
obliged to respond to a vociferous
encore. The next number was a
duet for violin and piano by Mr.
(Jllhus and Mrs. Palmer, which was
beautifully rendered and brought
forth loud and continued applause,
but the performers thought they
had given enough for the money,
and could not be persuaded to play
again. After this number refiesh
monts were served and the pro
gramme closed with a violin, zither
and piano duel, by Prof. Schmidt
and Mrs, Linder. As before with
tliu zlther,tlie Prof, displayed re
murk able skill in handling thin beau.
I If ul Instrument, and was obliged
to tiluy again before lliu niulieiico
eouid be nuIsIIuiI, After u little
tllDQ MIH'Ilt III HOL'lltl COIIVDI'iJO llltl
UiiuUH began to (lupinl, enuli mill till
iW'urii that till wul.il wxb iikM
lll()(ll'l SI(H)tg$, it.
Wiilliiltil, Nopl. 37, ISOD,
ThopoBghbred -:- limn
Will stand for a short time nt
Grcenfleld Stables, Kapiolani Park.
Duke Splkcgu Is a dark bav, 4 veari
old; smarts lfi$ hands Iilj;h;'klin1 and
By Dnke of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Norfolk
2nd dam Ballerina... by Imp. Balrownle
3rd dutn lleunle Furrow
by Imp. Shamiock
4th dam Ida by Imp. Balsliazzar
Oth dam Madam Bosley (Gamma's
Dam) by .-Ir Klclund
Gth dam Nancy Nlcliol... by imp. Eagle
7th dam liet. lloslcy
by Wllke ' W ondcr
Sth dam by Chanticleer
i'th dam by imp. Sterling
10th dam bv (Motllus
11th dam by Imp. Silvciuyu
12th dam by Imp. Jolly Boner
Kith dam bv imp. Partner
Mth dam by Imp. Monkey
15th tl.i in Imp. maio fioni tin: stud of
ilaiilson, of II rami i) n
CST" Best of cai taken with animals.
In c.is. of accident no responsibility
will be assumed.
W. II. 1UOKA.KD,
Win. G. It win. . Pi eslilent it Manager
Glaus Spreekels Vice-Piesldent
Seeictaiy & Tieasurer
Theo. O. Poiter Auditor
AGENTS OF TUB
Of Sail .FrunclMuo. Cut.
ItarWm. G. Iiwin &Co.. (L'd).have
assumed the assets aud liabilities of the
late linn of Win. G. Irwin & Co., and
will continue the general business
formeily can led on by that house.
IS hereby given to all persons that at
a meeting of the sliau-holders of
Wm. G. Ii-rtiu .fc Co, (L'd), held on
the Hist day of July, 181)0, It was voted
to accept the Charter of Incoipnr.itlou
dated July 24, 181)0, and gi anted to
tliem and tlieir associates aud successors
imder the corporate uaine and style of
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited.
And that the Corporation utidcr said
Charter was duly organized, and elected
the follow his; named ollleeis, viz:
Pi csldcnt A Manager
William G. Iiwin,
Vlee-Piesldent Clans Spreekels,
Seeietaiy & Ti easurer
W. M Qiff-ud,
Auditor T. C. Porter.
Notice is al-o iiveu that, pursuant to
tliu teuns of said Chatter, no stock
holder shall be individually liable for
the debts of the Corpoiatlon, beyond
the amount which shall be due ur.oti
the share or bhuies owned or held by
himself. W. M. GIFFABU,
Seeiotary Wm. O. Irwin it Co , L'd.
A Cure for Influenza 1
DR. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHErtrtY COR
DIAL, one of the best remedies
ever prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest ttoublc, and a grout lellef to
whooping cough anil throat affection.
Ask for Ur. Lozior's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
IIOLL1STEB & CO'S.,
And BENSON, SMITH .t LO'S.
I llnd your "Cherry Cordial" the best
medicine we have ever used for coughs,
colds and lung trouble. All of our Na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese and Japanese
will use no other. I use nothing else in
my own family. Yours trulv,
0. "A. 01IAPIN,
Manager Kohala Sugar Co.
Wo have sold a largo quantity of your
"Cherry 001(11111" at our plantation
stoic, both at Kealla and Kapaa, and
can cheei fully lccommaiid it lot biou
Veiy lespeetfully yours,
Oi:o L. FAIHCHILD,
C0." tf Tieasurer Makce Sugar Co.
. VETERINARY I
A. R. Rowat, Veterinary Snrgeon,
io d, Camilla,
Resilience i Hotel stieet, opposite
Olllco; At Hid Hawaiian Hotel 8ta
Wir 'JLViopiioiio rs'o, :i -xew
N. ll.-rirl-iiliiwiiroiuii)niiiloii8 for
piilluiilK nt tliu Hawaiian Hulul rilnliW,
fllft I m
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Vowilll'H NilHWIHW HXJH'MW,
I'uniiiiiii' inlimu niwliillly. Ill
kihjb wnhvimu mm nivuiiuiiuu uiuj
K&ia m mi ai nil IQBmm
Special Bargains in All Depariment at
B. F. EL1LERS & CO.'S.
White Dross Goods, in striped, at
10 rents yutd.
Victoria Liwii, lOy piece, for 7C
All colors Moirce Silk, $1.25 and
$1 BO, funnel ly 2.50 yutd.
All wool i luids, reduced for GO and
76 ceuts yaid.
SOLD AT AND "BELOW COST PRICE !
gggf" Dressmaking under the management of Mtss CLARK.
This Space is Reserved
NO. 77 FORT
The "Oaii" Bulletin
Issued 15 very TucNduy.
3a Columns of Interesting Now. The Rest Paper lo Send Abroad.
PATENT IDEAL ROOMS,
M SHE&THIHG PAPERS.
PARA.FFINE PAINT CO.,
Ira. 6. IRWIN & COMPANY,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
No. 2 P. fc B. Paint is especially adapt
ed for bridge w ork (wood or iron) aud
smokestacks, anil has been used for
these purposes at Paauhau for the past
four years, giving great satisfaction.
No. 3 P. & B. Paint for fence posts or
for any wood or timber used under
giotiud or suoinciged, being a protec
tion against all marine parasites or
water, also for foundation timbers.
Idoil Roof Paint. Colors: Bed, Brown
and Black Is the b'st in the market
for lion, tin or shingle toofs.
P. & B. Flc1rical Comoound. This ar
ticle for affording peifect insulation is
without an equal aud has obtained re
cognition by the largest electric light
companies ami manufacturer of insu
Idea' Rooliinp & Siding. Colors : Brown
or Black. Adapted for steep or ll.it
roofs. Can be laid by anyone without
Bfiy All the above articles arc abso
lutely tasteless and oderlcss and con
tain no coal tar.
tsr For cliculars or other Informa
tion apply to the Agents. 044 tf
ffii, G. twin d Corapaoy,
0TEK FOlt SALE
DLame &z Cement,
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
BUCK & OHLANDT'S
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Falrbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb, tins.
BALMON IN BARRELS.
A NATURAL MlneiHl Wider,
jx. mho only iy
Hoi" Agent A? Iliipnilm' fur Dm a,
,,..yjJi?.lUii?i",t'lt . Mjj
Kmbroideries, dross lengths, only
$r n ud $7 pitce.
Black L.icch it Flouncings, nt your
All styles of Curlttins & Drapery,
Qfiits' Undenvcai, Whito Shirts,
rfock, Etc., Ktc.
From San Francisoo.
Leave Due at
S. F. Honolulu
Maiiposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zealandia Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Dec 13 Dec 20 '
For San Francisco.
Leave Due at
Zealandia Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 29 Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 2G Dec 13
Zealandia Dec 21 Jau 10-
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F.
Friday. ..Oct 10
Friday. . .Nov 7
Friday. ..Dec 5
Friday. . . Oct 21
Friday... Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 18
FOK SAN FKANCISCO,
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Oct. 18, 1890.
And will leave for the above port with
malls and passengers on or about that
jliireiSht or Psage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WE G. IEWIN & CO., Agents..
For Sydney and Aucklano;.
The new and nnc Al Btcel steamnhrp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, vrffl
bo due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Oct. 25, I 890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, havinjr HU
PERIOR ACCOMODATIONS, applv
to " '
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Agont
HAMMERSMITH k FIELD
I-Our New Artotypo niustynUin
Cataloguu sent fico on application!
I1M HUTVi:n MT.,
Hon J.'rimrlmio. ; , r4lironilii,.
h'p. 3D Wbiiuu Bt, p, o, Hoi 207,
Boot and Shoo Btoro,
HiivIiik IibiI, I" ytl(i iiiPi0ut!ti ii
fuiliiilmt, Iiiiii iiii'iiiini ioiqbui"
wm i ..n Mujuwmtii'i fjuiiut v
ABstralmn fail Service
lip hyjii7 ilMiiuir.