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U&iLY ttUUDlJl'JLUtt ; JH OK UJhU IAJ , M. U, OCTOBER 3, lbU,
BY AUTHORtf Y.
Dr. Richard Oliver luis this ilav
been appuinled Medical Superinten
dent of the Insane Asylum, vice Dr.
S. 0. Tucket.
( X. Sl'ENCl'H,
Minister of (lie Interior,
lnleiioi Ofi'ice, Ocl. 1, IHW.
Henry W. Mulntuali has this day
been appointed Supcimtemlcnt of
Public Works, vice William E. Un
0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Inteiior.
IiiteiinrOlliee, Oct. 1, 18!)0.
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE,
Tnxin.f erx or the IlHfil,-t or Kouii,
The hooks of the Tax Assessor for
the District of Komi, Island of Oaltu,
will be open for inspection by per
sons liable to taxation, from Soptcni
her 20th to October 1, 18!)0. Sundays
excepted, in the Knpiuiiwu Uuildinp;,
between the hours of !) o'clock in the
forenoon and -1 o'clock in Ibe after
noon. T. A. L1.0Y1),
Deputy Tax Assessor District of
Komi, Island of Onliu.
A pproved :
C. A. Brown,
Assessor and Collector of Taxes 1'ii-f.t
Division. ((.'' td
lio.NOi.iiui, If. I., Aug. '.), 18!K.
Holders of- Water Privileges or
those paying Water Hates, nieheieby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes inc. from
ti to 8 o'clock a. m., and -1 to (J o'clock
Chas. I). WILSON,
Supt. Jlono. Water Works,
0. N. Si'knc mi,
Minister of Ibe Inteiior.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
F1UDAY, OCT. 3, 1890.
The Electric Light Plant paid an
other compliment last night to the
late Government by leaving the
town in darkness.
Our esteemed contemporary, the
Friend, like its weaker imitator of
the art of slander and misrepresent
ation, the Advertiser, purposely falls
into misstatements of political facts
throughout its October number. As
the management of the Friend an
nounces that paper is devoted to the
religious interests of Hawaii, we
presume we have a secular right to
defend the true religious interests of
Hawaii against the direct attacks
made thereon by the monthly prac
tices of the editor of the Friend.
We admire the editor who exhibits
the courage of his convictions ; but,
like most men, have nothing but
contempt for the roan who has not the
intellectual courage to admit all the
facts before his convictions arc de
termined. Fair play goes further
and adds stinging rebuke in the
case, when the facts suppressed by
the individual arc attempted to be
withheld from the public.
It has pleased the editor of tho
Friend to attempt to connect the
presant editorial utterances of tho
JIulu'.tin with those of the late
management, although lie knew tho
exact facts as to time and editorial
lepotiMbility when the niisrepresent
iillon was penned. With as littlo
regard for hid editorial reputation
and entirely without authority tho
reverend editor states the Jui.i.i:tin
Id Iio "tho regular organ of the Na
tional lteform l'nrty." These tnis
Htalciitpnts we euro littlo about ; they
are utile hero uuil mciuiingless
abroad, Hurving only after ueipmlut
aiico uu im index to the iiurnnvness
of the reverend gentleman's char
acter. Hut other editorial Irregular,
iiliwof the Inimical Friend do llu
wull imitilt wrong nluoiid, Injuring
(iiir imtjnnul liitcreU and uiiwuii
ing llin oliiirwotur of our gciniliittly
iillgl!)iiN iw)ilti for uiioprlly mill
vitriiniiy, Til"" liTi'KiiliirlUot urn
nil uf it iulltluji) iiulutti, mi miliums
if lUf uiulilllQll til Uil lUtHi loi)iluu
i iio mm Ql Umiw IUj immiuui
IM m UUxjOxiUii 'i'lii! I'M
which may nptlj' and justly be called
the Hawaiian Krcutzor Sonala,
from its evident desire to conceal all
facts standing between its theory
and its practice of morality and reli
gion, uses the utmost skill and care
to misrepresent political facts (lectu
ring here, through what it .alleges to
be a "Monthly Kecoril of Events."
Let those interested turn to the
pages of the Friend and read there
nt least a dozen misrepresentations
and several deliberate untruths, and
after computing them with the facts
m they happened, there will be only
one conclusion to be reached.
That conclusion we need not name.
It needs not naming; every one who
rends will feel the swift tlow of in
dignation, no matter whether he be
worldling or churchman, provided
only he is an honest man. For our
erring brother we would try to ex
press pity and would urge him to
iiioi :il and journalistic reforms, did
not his age and experience cause the
words to turn to contempt as they
leave the pen.
Among mimy wonders of nature
in the Argentine Republic, there is
an especially interesting geological
phenomenon. It is a great rocking
stone perhaps the largest in the
world three miles from Tandil, a
small village which may be reached
liy railway, two Hundred and titty
miles south of Huenos Ayrcs. The
giant, mushroom-shaped quartz
bowlder stands upon the summit of
some picturesque hills, perhaps a
thousand feet in height. It weighs
over seven hundred tons, and is so
nicely poised that it rocks in the
wind and may be made to crack a
walnut. Yet this bowlder is so firm
that one of the old dictators, Rosas
by name, once harnessed a thousand
horses to it and was unable to dis
place it. There are, of course,
many such rocking-stones scattered
about the world; that near Tandil
is supposed to be by far the largest,
though the smaller ones arc not less
interesting. In New York State
there are two, one near the town of
Monticello of about forty tons, and
the other in Salem of over eighty
tons. The former is nearly as round
as an orange and so nicely balanced
upon a table of stone that a child,
by pushing against cither of two
sides, can rock it back and forth ;
yet the strength of a hundred men
without levers or other appliances,
would be insulllcicnt to dislodge it
from its position. Its body is com
posed of a somewhat loose and soft
sand-stone, in which are imbeded
numberless round and flinty peb
bles, of a diamond-like hardness.
In the valley where it is situated it
is the solitary specimen of its class.
Whence came this wanderer and
how? The other great rock stands
two feet from the ground on stilts
composed of three small pointed
rocks of a different formation, and
though easily moved to and fro by
the application of a man's muscular
strength, can not be overturned or
removed from its base. The attempt
was vainly made by means of two
hundred oxen yoked together and
hitched to its massy bulk. All
these bowlders were undoubtedly
so placed by glacial action, that is
by the melting of the ice ; or else
the glaciers of ages ago, having
tossed these rocks about like play
things, have finally deposited them
in the extraordinary positions in
which they are now found.
A large and fashionable company
attended the marriage of Mr. George
K. Norton and Miss Elizabeth K.
Komoikaehuehu at Kawaiahao
Church yesterday evening. Rev.
II. II. I'arker conducted the cere
mony. Decorations were handsome.
A brilliant reception was held at the
house of Mr. C. A. Hrow'n after
ward. The presents were many and
rich, including silver water pitchers
from the Fire Department and
Mechanic Engine Co. Mr. Norton
is First Engineer of the Department,
having previously been foreman of
Hook and Ladder Co. He is man
ager of Lowers & Cooke's lumber
yard, and a popular young man.
His bride is half-sister to Airs. C.
A. Brown. Sho was educated at
Kawaiahao Makawao, and Snell's
(Oakland) Seminaries. Tho Ilui.
ixtin cordially tenders felicitations
to the happy couple.
ANOTHER ARTESIAN WELL.
Messrs. McCandless Rros. have
Just secured another line How of urte
siiiii water near Honolulu. Work has
been in progress on Mr. Justice Mo
Cully's place tit 1 'a wnii for tho past
mouth. This morning the well Imd
reached a depth of I fit) feet when a
twenty-five inch How of water, over
a seven and llvceights pipe, was
tupped, Messrs, McChiiiidlcHS llros.
htutu that tliuy will sink tho well
siime L'i fcut to clear llio (low lie.
fori) the job h coiiipluted,
VICTIMS OF LEPROSY.
A IJiuiIm'o letter In tint Mrwlmil
WHiiUMMkiiym "Tim lli'iuiiiiluil.
I'litlinr Cltnii'l', nlio him iiiiivimI
limn to t'ollui'l funiU for Din rtilinf
of llin lMnir In NiirliHtnii or Diiluli
Oiilmni, lull" tliul hmuiiil of Hip
iibiiiuiittn' iinuU ul li un ur In mr.
WUOM UltllDi WW) ullWliiHuJIlilj
vinuius io mi
'Mr mi, ujji aiiMu
iifltf mm uWif uj im iwrJ
iiKi'niir. noi.i:, .!.
Fiiidw, Ocl. !'.
John Kaeinle vs. Lnia ; replevin.
Continued from Sept. .'10, 1890.
Heard: judgment for plaintiff and
nominal damages of one dollar. 11.
N. Castle lor plaintiff; A. llosa for
nr.Koin: iuckkuton, .i.
In re estate of .1. (J. Kirkwood of
Lahaina, Maui, deceased intestate.
Final account and petition for dis
charge of administrator. Oidered
that the account be allowed, the ad
ministrator discharged and Ids bond
cancelled upon his paying into Court
the balance of the estate, cash Slti,
818. '.).". there appearing loMiomr
heirs in this kingdom to'sanie. W.
O. Smith per ye.
A MEW SOHG.
MUs Until Ward has written new
woids to (he mtihie of Merger's "Alii
Wehi." The -oug i-, entitled "1 low
Love Came," and tells of a young
lady, who awaits for Love's coming
with wealth and jewels and with tho
echo ol martial Head ; but he "enmo
silently and crowned her life with
love instead." The song has three
verses and chorus, which express
the lender emotions of Love's dream
and the awakening. Miss Wind will
endeavor to have the new words
sung by the band boys during a
concert in the near futuie.
MR. FRANK W. DAMON.
A telegram of the tilth Sept.,
from Dr. Foster, at the head of the
Clifton Springs Sanitarium, to Dr.
Fisher, at San Francisco, when
about to embark for Honolulu, re
ports Mr. Damon's health as much
more improved than had been anti
cipated a fortnight before. The
prospect, was eveiy way good for a
steady and complete recoveiy to
health. The Friend.
St. Petersburg, September Lr.
The Chinese Government has com
menced the construction of a rail
road f i oin Kaipine to (Jtiiwne with
the aid of Hritish capital and en
gineers. London, Sept. IS. From all parts
of Europe come news of disastrous
storms and of wild, wet weather.
Uucnos Ayres, September 1,".
Three of the La Plata Ministry have
resigned. General Itnccdo failed to
arfange matters at Entre Kios and
returned to this city.
London, September 1,. The
Standard's correspondent at Rome
conlirms the report that the alliance
between Get many, Austria and
Italy has been renewed.
Paris, Sept. 19. La Paix "ays
that Emperor William and the Em
peror of Austria held a long debate
on the admission of France into the
alliance with Geimany, Austria and
France lias entered into a contract
to supply Russia with an enormous
number of rifles, and fiOO.OOl) are to
be delivered within eiuhlecn months.
A SATO Illv I. containing i. (Johl
Wiik-h anil Uliuiii. al-u i-omi; miiii
uy ami key. A reward will lie paid tor
delivery nf same at llii-- oltiee (iVt If
HAVING left the employ of Mr. O. .1.
1'VlieI and now liuliur employed
by IT. 0. hilva. (.Snceewir to M. Oon
rialvu&Co., Hotel St.;. where 1 will be
pleu-eil to ee. all my friend ami ac
qii'ihitiiucc. 1171 -! ALKltKD C. SILVA.
yitOU and after lids dale we will not
be Uhiioulile for anyfrelnht after
same lui been deliveied at any station,
Paiticsto whom ficight is eiiii3l!iied
must lie at the station to receive ilieir
oftc'gbt till he received for slilp
menl hclweeu the hours ol S:M(I and 0
o'clock a. m , ami between 1 :!l() and i!
o'elocU p m.
Trains will not be detained for ship
ment of freight without ipculnl arrange
ment. R' Xo freight will be received after
this iliilc mile-t eliaigci me. prepaid.
rt. 0. Ashley. KllperilltUlllleiit.
Honolulu. Ocl It, l.MK). 071 If
NOT in-: Is hereby gheu that lint
niece nf propei ry on King Mu-et,
opposite the jiinellmi of Kbigstivtst and
Ihe J'llson ro.ul, belonging to the estate
of I). .Mamikii, imd at pi-ni-tmt oeetipieil
byM. de (Jiuiihie.. bus been ImiiKht
from the adiiiliiNliiilor of said estate,
by the Mild M. de (Jnudiu-, who now
holds full right and jio.-i-e-sloii of Mild
M. in: (JUADItOS.
Iloiiolubi, acjM. Uil, IMlO.
C7J Iw '
INiwoITh ltitKKiiKO 15xrtJSM,
I'll I 111 I lire Ulovlllg a kpeeliillly. Hut;,
gtigo deliveied with prnmplmwii mid
caio to any pai t of city. iSimiil, not net
of King imd Itulhnl stieeln, Hull 'IVIe
phone I7U, Mutual 'I'elniihoini fi7,
TUB VERY LATHST
W l' vvlli In cull Hi iitlnniltili nf
M hiiinel.i'i'iiei.tii u 'mull luvnh
uf I-'IuiiiimI I'IiIiimu MulllijU, iul re.
luihiu) tin Mil I'ruiii'Uen. uj U my
iljuli'i)i iiuiiiiiy.uu.il uj . iiim
u mm, m
UUI UUit iUMi UUI
The Most Popnlir Sckiiie
History Of tile Jetty Trade.!
Tut think of 111 Two full Rhilji cir
gMilcd In less limn tlirri) diijs. mid the
third club neatly completed.
f7P Monthly, September ailli, the
following uieinlieis ihew watches:
I'Xuli 1 -Meinbei No. (!. Ilelliv lfnl.i.
Cum -' -Munbvr No. :!'-. T. 11. Golds
if" Till- U the easiest war In gel a
gnml Gold Waich with n Hue Walllniin
movement on piyuienw of
SJ.GO Poi- Week
M" Kcunmihcr Ve "itvu oil utlcM'l
Dillon Oitch wateh yoiilmy In iiirelub..
Ladles' Watches on Ilia Same Plan.
ttivr If j.ni want a .$1(1(1, SblitovfWK)
W.tteh, you cm buy It In the clubs,
loin now and ave mi)tie. .
I, F. ffictai, watcii cii
.1. A. LUCK1CTT.
O.MtrlcIi Notice 1
yl-ITOHSaie entreated not to enter
the ptiililcckv where the buds aie
l.epl. lint to te.wi the lilnN, not 1o pull
l heir tent hers. Mime hlrdi .-ue "iltintj,
th" othei-s :iliied oil the tilth lli"t:ilit,
reindie vest and -dtoulil mil bedistinbed.
They enn all be M-en from the entrance
Where viMtul will alwajslic welenmed,
Honolulu. .Sept. "JO, lstio. i;i,:i Im
Mcl;iinv ol StocIdiolclci'H.
NOTICE U heieby given lh:il a '.pe
cinl ineetinjj ol the stockholders
of the Onliu Itailway & Laud Co. will
be held at the olllcu'of the ;omp.uiy on
WLDXKaDAY, October 8, 181)0, at ."
o'clock i: ji., for the pmpoe of aiuho
ri.lng the isaiio of liniuls on the Ter
minal. Wnianno and Koolaii f)ivI-!on-.
Uv older of the I'icsUIuiir.
fi(! td .Secret arv.
NOTICE is hciehy given that at a
meeting of the t-haieholdeis ol
the Daily Uct.i.riix 1'i-iti.isiitNO Co..
(L'd), lielir oil tliu Kllth September,
1SIJ0. II wns voted ummimoiisly, th-u the
Cli-u-lei- of Incorporation dated 'Jlith
Sepleinber, ls'.li), granted to the Coi))o
ratlon under tliu Law's of the Hawaii in
Kingdom, lie accepted, and that the
Coipoiatioii tlieietipou organleil itself
under the -tiiil Ohurier, eleciing the
W. Hill President . Seret-n-y,
1"). Logan '.
Vice- Pi evident. A- Treasiiier.
Xotice i-, alo given, that ptusiiant to
tliu term-, of tlio Charrer no --toekhohler
shall he iiiibiilu:ili. liable for (ho debts
of the Corporation beyond the amount
which may be due upon the shale or
sh.ue-! on tied bv him.
072 III Jjecietiry.
DU11ING uiv teiuponiry idencc
from the. Kingdom Olu'is. T. Wil
der will act in all biisine-s matter-, of
the rtrin of Wilder & Co.
W. O WILDER.
Honolulu, Pepf. r,, 1800. mis 2w
L shooting of game on the land of
Ivahaidki. Moanalua, llalawa, Aica
Kalauao. DNtrlct of Kona. Oahn, is
lly foililddeu. Anyone found ties
ing on the above lands will be
eculeil to the full extent, of the law.
JOHN M. DOMVETT,
IIAltltV M. WHITNEY,
E. 1. Sl'ALDIXG,
A. .I.CAJtTWJUGlIT, .In., -Lesseen
of Shooling Itighls.
T JtODUIQlTEs of Kuan, Maul, hav
tf lug made an a. iginueni of his
piopeily to the iinricrnlgiicil for the
beuelltol Ids ci editors, notice is heieby
given that, all cltiinin nguiiint liliu must
he presented to the imcler.slgiied wllhin
three months from dare, and nllpi'i-oiis
indebted to said J. Itodiiijuos me re
quested lo make immediate payment to
Hie undiTidgued at Ids olllee In llouo
lulil. M. A. GOX.SALVES,
Honolulu, .Sept. 21, 18110. i'B7 tf
XTOT10I-: is hereby given that Sabo,
x of Jvohiiln, having made an iis
slgiiineiil to Arthur Tihlii, of Kohul.-i,
all claim- ngabint the said Sabo must lie
mmiI to tho said A. Tlbbs, after being
duly sworn to, within six months from
date or they will be forever haired. All
debiort. of tho said Sabo iu niiuentod
to make iinmcdhite payment of I heir
lmlebteiliiess to the said A. 'J'IIiIh at Ko-.
luila, or at tliu ollleu of T. 11. Dales it
Co.. in Honolulu.
Asslgneo of Ksttile of Snbo.
Kohahi, fcupt. lb', ItiilO. U(li Ct
AmhIjvimu'.'s NoUjmj lo Cro
tlllor.s, f PIIIC miiersli(iieil. lu.lguee In liiink-
uipii'V of ihe o.iatu of Jtiulifirit
Ooyfoid of lloiiulnhi, onliu, huiuby
glVH uuih-o to ull lluiuruilliuuwliolmvu
nruvod I heir cluluu ajjubiit the huIiI
huukiupt Mulu, that )u bun iuIhhIIUmI
to r. JuMlie llU'ljuriuu hW llimj nu.
niiuut with alij ellc, uml lum lllinl tliu
mild mtmiml in iltu ullluii uf lUu Ulmi of
tliu huproiui' Uonri, luniiiifHruj')' L tttu
JM lit-iit to eiuiHlui U li IW'il mid Hun)
Ami iitm on wkin)wuat imu
Ii. I "d, ul u u'vli
! itltl nJUU(
111 UMCOUIil M Mltlli
mm m (Mm
. . MA
v Mm m
KHUHAItl A. AcOHKUV, I'ti-Niiluiit.
sGf Kor full pari ieu lata apply to '
LINOLICU.M. (JAIJPK'r & HUGS,'
THUNKS .V: VALISKS, '
TAlLOf.' (JOODH, ;
11 ATS & CAPS.
HOOTS ,t S1IOKS.
STOCKHOLM el COAL TAKS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINn'l'I! ()1L,
HOPKS, AXCIIOHS & CHAINS,
, SHEET LEAH,
f vcrosciic Oil" ALOHA."
Groceries, Fsed Sluffs5
FERTILIZERS:- Olilemloil's DNsolved IVruMuu (luano, Ohleiidorf'.s Special Cane Miinuie.
LONDON PURPLEi-l'Ifeclual ileMroyei-of Potiilo. Onion & Canker Woims I'lc
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:' De-tioys nil Xoxioiw Weeds A: Scrubs.
BaGS:-Siianr. ltlee, I'.-ubly. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS:-I'nil.rnc!ngtlie lntesi iinprovenieiiis in matpiial and lexluie.
(''iI:iniKtMl Wiilot- SMit, CorrugaMl 3vnn, Fence Wire, JMpe FHIins, Elc, ISIe.
pmg-ffl!gf j wjjmjp JW'VWi'.wi-f l Mra tttflll
J) Infalllblo for renew lug, Invigorating and
Jbeautlfjlngtbohalr, rcmovlnj; ecutf, dnuilrull,
anil all aHectlons of tho scalp, and curing erup
tions of the skin, dlecasc3 of the glands, muscles
and Integuments, cud relleIng stlogs, cuts,
bruises, sprains, etc. Tho afllnlty between the
membranes which constitntc the skin and the
hnlr which draws Its sustenance from this triple
envelope Is very close. All diseases of the hair
originate in the skin of the head. If the pores
of tiic scalp arc clogged, or if the blood and other
fluids do not circulate freely through tho small
3 vessels which feed the roots with molsturoand
Impart lira to the fibres, tho result Is scurf,
dandruff, shcddlngof the hair, grayncss, dryness
and harshness of the ligaments, and entire bald.
ncss, as tho caso may bo. Stimulate tho skin to
healthful nttionwith Barry's Trlcophcr-
one, and the torpid vessels, recovering their
activity, will annihilate the disease. In all
aficctiouB of tiic skin ami of the substrata of
musclC3 and intcgiimcuts tho process and the
effect are the same. It Is upon the skin, the
mocnnlai. 1brn nnil tin olntifla flint Vlimiivtu
jTI'rIcoilioroiiH his Us specific action, and
in all uffcrtioii3 aud injuries of thceo organs It
is a sovereign remedy.
Bowaro of Counterfeits.
Jrom the (ireate't IvIng Prlmi Donna,
Madame Adellna Pavti-Nlcolini,
JIdntkviiieo. Jmv30Lh. It83
KMcsra. TlAi:ci.Ar & Co.. Now York.
n lHur Him; 1 11.1:0 iiicusuro m nniiouncln to
'Hon thut IlAitHV'a I'iiiiiua W'ATEitlscneortho
Ijftwarticli'SulnajBloljB found on my dressing
9cae. ill my toiiciMitnm it i imi of tliu beat of
l toilet watcre, mid tor tho b.itli It Is lint only de-
nlleiiuis, but rificsiilug and Invigorating. 1 2
3 rccomuieuu It wluio Jt reset c.
CitCi&tftu tsa-it- itCcc&i
HOLLISTER & CO.,
(!C1 ni'triliiitlug Agents. Im
Capital, : : : $6,000,000,
Assets, : : : $9,000,000,
.Sin W. .1. iV. IIavm-.s. lliirl.,ni!iiiiuiiu,
(Diieclor ol London .lollit ,Slocl;
(. A. I'uuhcorr, lNij., De. ( luilrnmii,
lOf JlcM- J'lUM'lltt, Clltl, llllNlllll.
Lode it l'o.)
HimiiiiUT IIiiooks, i:-i.
(IJueclor of tho Haul, ol Kuliiiiilj,
.1. I. Cninii:, Ki.
(J'ltcctor of tho 'Hani, of Kiiliuid).
V. ('. ( lilt lis, J'(.
(Dlieelorof tho Loudon iV lliini-e:itle
II, It Uiimini:, I'?l,
(l)liecior of tiio Jtaiik of KiiL'laiiil).
(of .MoMi'a. lliyth, Greene, .loind.ilu
V Co )
J. O. llAShON, I'klJ,
(Ulieelorof tho .Viitloinil I'rovlueliil
Haul, of l-'nuhtud),
It I!. Waiik, Rri.
lUlrunlurof tltu ullDUitl hovliiuliil
lliuil; of Ungluiitl),
0,(i. Iaukiii!, JCtn,
i;. i. Xui.i.. icmi.
I', a, Wai,ivi;m. 1"i,
NUll.tJ. I'H'KIK, HwuUi' uf Ilui l.'oin.
imiiy uml Hmmi nf Uiw I'liu lu-imrt.
Ijirlltjj lW4 ttMMlMUMj Amki
TjlM iUiii i'liiM-iufy, wi mu mm1
tmij) Im t'lfffl JtomuiluiliHl (uw4 iUt
a v. wmr i m
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Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware
Without Kivnl in lii;e & Qutilitj !
One-third the Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Shotud Use It !
CST A S.aioi;of IWl'erCent. in Co.st, and Quality the Very Host, jgrjg
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
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Having i.-iiiovcd our SODA WOKKH to more commodious quarters at
No. 20 OJM? fSTR SC.ET,
(Near the Custom House)
Wc aie now prepared to furnisli at short notice, and of prime quality anv
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages :
Plain, M, Iffloii, Strawberry or Cream Soila,
Sarsapavilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Wator, and Crab
Utiing exclusively the HYATT 1'UitE WATEK SYSTEM:
WAIiLlE BREEDIIG RAICH
pro Pedigrees of
The following Fine Animals will
btaiul for Mirvlce ul the rnneh, Wainlae:
Two Native Stallions
"PILIAOAO" & '' FRANK."
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roit kai.i: at
A. L. SMITH'S,
HWI llti J'oiUtieet,
MRS, ERNESTINE GRAY,
PIANO, ORGAN and SINGING,
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General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands. "
SADDLEUY & HARNESS.
LAWN TKNNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUHIIER COA'I'S & OIL SUITS,
LEATHER nELTJNfJ. t ... i
KLAOS, KLOW'ER POTS, -
ML.YI..UWAKK, STATIONERV. ..,.,..
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EIRE HRICK, .rtV"
RED HRICK, ETC.
(JiHlci-.s & (ijtsio KuivoM.
to t ti Ik ti :ulf
nmimy davbs & co..
Exclusive Agents for the Hawniinn iHlandf.
V A L !
AH Horses Kept
.Stallions ol various breeih.
JIares with or without foal,
lfornes for any purpose.
A SUIlful Itieaher ami 'friilniir i em
ployed on tliu ranch.
EQy Satisfaction 1h giiarnnteeil la
liruakiii! and tralnln;; liorscs.
PAUL R- BSEMBERC.
ANATUKAI. .Miiivml Water. Km
wile only by
rmloAtieiit X Importer for the Ha
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