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SATURDAY, DI!C. 13, 1800.
oKhFrmlway & land cos
T.i Tul MlJerl Oi-HiIiit .t. IMM1
A.M. A.M. I'.M. I'.M
Luavn Honolulu.. tl:ir Hi 15 1:1ft lillOf
Arrlvo llononiiull. 7:'Jt in in 'i'A'J r,:85t
Lwvo Hoimuiiull. 7:30 lftSM 3:51 CM'if
Arrive Honolulu.. 8:'J. 11i65 ltC5 titGOJ
Stmi Vt 0 11111111111 Maul mid Hawaii
Htiiir LihtM fioni Hnwnll
Si'lir Lnvlula ft um ICiiuul
titnii Kmilu fiom Ituiiul
It Jl c MailpoMi, llajwaid, from the
It M ti Miiiipnsn, Ilayward, fur San
Fiuuolfcoo ut 12 in
VESSELS LEAV NC MONDAY.
BktnoSN t astle, llubbaid, for Sun
Stun lvuiila for Knual tit 4 p in
Ger S - Chusan, Wondt, for Hongkong
CAnCOcSfflUM l-LAND I ORIS.
W G II nil liOll hks -ugur, So head cat
tle, 178 t-ks awa. f4 ks uifft.e, 1G7
pkgs suudiks and 11 hides.
J A Liiiiimlns lout) bgs sugar and 12
Lehua SI bills wool, 3 pigs, 25 head
e.iltle, 5 calves, 1 bux indac.
FUREIRH VESSELS IN PDR1.
HBMS Nymph, Turner, from San
USS Mohleau. fiom Samoa
Tein Alleu A, cloe, Horn Port Town
send llktne Planter, Dow, fiom San Fian
clseo Hk Uirvan, Angus, fiom Llvcipnol
Iik Wakelleld. Howes, fiom New Yoik
4-mstd sola I?obl Leweis, Punhallow,
fiom Poi t Tow nsend
From the Colonies perE M S S Mari
posi, Dec IS I'nbin: F S Hn stead.
Steerage: Rev A C.iilsen, D R"iiton, W
Yeates, V N Thompson aud V Watt.
ORANE At Piila, Maui, Dec Oth, to
the wife of Di. A. A. dune, a
There were 77 stieet lamps (elec
tric arc) in satisfactoiy operation
throughout last night, the lnrgcbt
number working at once since the
system was started. When Mr.
John Cassidy began ovei hauling the
ciicuils a few weeks ago, it was
with difliculty that 2G lamps could
be kept going. The electrician had
no wire when he began, but. has re
covered a great length of it in the
course of his operations, from
stretches that -were longer than
0 Paradise of the Paciiio Ocean!
0 model n Ljlheiea, line thee well I
ily bosom heaves with a cuiifus-ed emo
tion. Is't giief or joy? I le.illy einuot tell
Is it regiet, that I no moie shall listen,
to unit uicnuuiiug stiain: "aioiiii
Is It regiet, th it I have never tasted,
A single mcmliful of dellduus poi?
How s.id it is to think now th' alohas,
Ouee lull of me uiiiig to the uoousi
Aie einp.y Jound, pio foima declara
tions, Not woi th a fig, to him who has no
TUeio was n time, I know, when the
"Much love to yout" meant leally
When dlisky (Limscls mude thu bold
TO new ui rivals without much ado.
It meant then, for itistauce, that a man
If ho so wished, a ptlncessor a queen,
And in the listsof love might easy cany
The bebt ptUe off, if he weie bin end
And what if pa-ln-law did wear no
Nor niunm shoes? Those -vveio thu
good old clajs,
Whcieiu to lay thu bolid, sine founda
tions, Of fuuuo wealth aud profitable place
At eouit, in church or state. Tho mis
Monuiy (By moral menus, of couisc) got pac
Ihu tiaiitr and thu suiloi made their
By bpeeulutions of a natuie which
But stop, my inusci 1 ffcar 'tis only envy
Thuthots thy pen a scilhhlluglu this
What U't, to thee how others got their
Their iauk nud titles, their ofllclal
They've got them and they'll keep them
spue ui s.iicuitcs,
By thoo, 0 penniless poetic wight,
Whusu vlalt to their paiiidUe bus failed
Tosavu theofioin thy piescut souy
And unlike Adam, would'st had to ru
Against thy will, If Iti thu hour of
Tlieio had not beeu a few who, half
Ilelp'il then away mid ho piov'd
Then fni lliut) well, thou IMen in mid
. lrurwlli katiftkim, yellow, blown and
1'i.fr.vmi live In liuppy nruiuUcnllyl
K. VON MllJIJfJll.I'VK,
I I 10
LOCAL & QEMERAL HEWS,
Sin. Frank IIitlslMil of Wnlitlna
returned from u cruise rouutl tho
world by the Mariposa.
YbmbiidaV ufturnoon the Cnli
grmil iioc1, "Tho last of thu Alolii
cruis," l l'enrl Oily.
Plior. J. V. Ymidlov's Oliolr nnd
Cliornl Atfnrinliun will uptime ic
ln'iirMilo it 8 o'clock Tuesday eve
ning nt Dr. MeMtow'c
Mil. W. Dfiluwiiz is gniug round
on crulflit'H, on account nf being
kicked on the leg by a hoise, when
ut Koluiln on bint ninof the ICInati
The last giiino of tho Kript Culi
fornlns vs. Now Hnwniis will be
placed this nfturnoon, (o be pneided
bv four athlotic events beginning ut
A locomotive enpied at tho O.
It. it L. Co.'s wlmrf tins morning,
from tliu tempnriiiy tiaek nt tlio fill
giving way, caused by n w.iBhout.
Nobody was hurt.
Noti'iino beyond pieliminaries was
dos-pulehcd ut" tlio meeting to pio
inoto ii Knights of Libnr Assembly
tlio other night. It is denied by the
promoters, that there is any politics
in the movement.
A private letter from Mr. Geo.
MoLano, purser of the S. S. Zonlrtn
dia, 8UV8 that tho ship was four days
into nt Tntuila, whence tho letter
was posted, nnd tlicio was no t-aying
when Sdney would be ruached.
A Fiav more reserved seats are to
bo hud at the box ofheo for this even
ing's iierfoimnnce. People thould
avail theintelves of this, lust oppor
tunity of witnessing Fauntleroy, us
it will be tho bet production of the
piece in Honolulu.
Tin: San Fianeibco Chronicle of
'he 4th uif.t. has this pergonal item
"Anton Crnbb, tlie Saifdwich island
planter, returned with his wife from
Hie JEust la-t night. He will
tuko the next Meinour for the i-1-niicla."
Mi. Antono Ciopp would
M'nrcely rcognizo his nunio in thu
mm F0BE1GN MS.
(San Ji'ruiici-ico, Dec. 5, per S. S.
The Irish Land Put chase Bill
passed second reading in the House
of Commons on the 3d by 2G8 to
ISO, Parnell's followers voting with
The Irish delegates in America,
with the exception of Harrington,
sent a message home declaring
against Pal nell. Parnell has so far
staved off a vote of Home Rule
members on the leadership. At
last meelii.g a committee was ap
pointed, on the move of a Parnell
man, to negotiate with Gladstone on
a home uile measure.
Four caravans of horses, sheep
and camels, and thirty men, who
were driving across the steppes of
Eastern Russia, were frozen to death
in a cold wave.
PEllHAPS LEPIIOSY IS ONE OK THEM.
Sir Joseph Lister, in a speech at
King's College on his return from
Builin, announced that within a
month the woild would be startled
b two new discoveries. He said
Koch's consumption cure hinted at
and involved thu cure and preven
tion of two of the most terrible con
tagious discuses. Koch had practi
cally concluded the woik of dis
covery, but desired to make further
Robert Louis Stevenson, the no
velist, has sent home his stepson,
Mr. Lloyd Osborne, to airango his
affairs in England, and bring out
bis (Stevenson's) mother to Samoa,
wheie he intends to end his days.
The Auckland, N. Z., Heiald
devotes a page to a hiogiaphy of Sir
G. Grey, K.U.B., with portrait. Sir
George, in hi9 seventy-ninth year,
bus withdrawn from being a candi
date at the current elections for the
Legiblatuie, by order of his physi
cians. He is one of the first oratois
in the British Empire, has a brilliant
rccoid as an explorer, and a gov
ernor of New Zealand and other
colonies, once stood as an independ
ent Lihoial candidate for thuBritit.li
House of Commons, und has been
closely identified witli the establish
ment und development of icsponsi
ble government in New Zealand.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Third Sunday in Advent, Cathe
dral Services ;
Holy Communion, G iSO a. m.
Litany, 0 :30 a. tu.
Morning Prayer and sermon, 10
Hawaiian Evensong and sermon,
3:130 p. in.
Evening Prayer und sermon, 6
Tlio offerings throughout the day
will he on behalf of the Society for
the Propagation of Ihu Gospel.
Tlio services of tho second con
gregatlon will bo us follows i ll.'l'i
u. in,, morning pni)er with berninii;
To Denm, Barrett In E Hid; an-tlii-iii,
"Ueurkuii Unto Me," by Kill
II vim, 7,D() p. in,, eveuhong with
hi-iinon, llijv, Aliix. Mackintosh,
WMur, All uro Invited to ibeio
CIiIiipp anil ItiwnlliH llcliiMn.
Hint in tlio H.iiinlniti On f.to in
The Samoa Times of Nov. L"J has
a strong lender urging the enforce
ment of llin Inclusion Act against
Chinese nud Ilawniinns. The main
renson for the ovclusion it says was
to prevent the intiodiictlon of Asi
The Times says: "There is n ru
mor in town that omu of our celes
tial friends me limiting quite u lot of
money in Iralllciug in opium. This
article is admitted Into Samoa
thiotigh the customs at the lidicti
lously low rate of '2 per cent ml
valoiem duty. From hero large
quantities are said to be forwarded
on to Honolulu and other places,
and as vessels aniving nt other ports
from Apia are not us yet sut.pi.cted
of snuis.gling opium, the customs
authorities at tlioe ports may not bo
caieful in making a scarcli for the
Five heavy shocks of earthquake
occurred on the island of Niuafou,
accompanied by almost a hurricane.
The natives abandoned their vil
lages and foreiuneis were alarmed.
Mateiial recovered from under the
spar deck of the U. S. S. Trenton's
wieck has mote than paid the wages
of the workmen. P. II. Kratiso has
bought thu wieck of thu Get man
nnislnp Elicr, on which lie will
A Hawaiian has been discovered
lying in a house on the cntein side
of thu Vaisigago liver, in an ad
vanced stage cf Asiatic lepiosv.
Thu foreign consuls aiu considering
measures for the isolation of the
patient. Near where thu nvin lay a
woman was repotted with the dis
ease, and in almost as bad :i state as
the man. Suveiul other casus ate
reported elsewhere in the group.
A FAMODS GLObTtROTTER.
Colonel P. G. Ballingall, a famous
globe trotter of Otuimwa, la., ar
rived in the city yesterday and is a
guest of the Hotel Laugham. Colo
nel Ballingall was the originator of
the famous coal palace of Iowa and
served for two terms in thu Slate
Legislaluie. lie is one of the lead
ing hotel men of the country and
wears a monster gold chain, twenty
leet in length, and with sixty links,
each link bearing the name of a pro
minent hotel. Colonel Ballingall
has traveled all over the known
woild. He sails to-day for Hono
lulu and Australia, and before his
return will visit China, Japan and
Siam. S. F. Chronicle,
Colonel Ballingall made a friendly
call at the Bumxiik olllce yesterday
afternoon and left his caid stamped
in an aluminium medal, with a
picture of the Otuimwa Coal Palace
on the obverse side. The Colonel
is greatly disappointed in not being
able to reach the volcano before his
depai lure by the next steamer.
CHANG- OF STEAMER TIME.
Tho Postmaster was notified yes
tetday of the change in the time of
departuic of the Oceanic Steamship
Company's steamers and of the
Honolulu, Auslinlinn and China
steamers. They will all leave from
one to two bonis later than hereto
fore on account of the later arrival
of the ovei land mails. S. F. Chro
nicle Dec. 4.
OAMARINOS' Rcf i iterator ai rived
per S. H. "Aiis-nada" with the
following fiuits, etc, in plentiful sup
ply: Ficih Frozen Ujbturs in litis aud
shell, Celeiy. ( aullthiweis, Cabbage.
Apples, Pens. Gripet. Nut, and Diluri
Finlts, Raisins, KIgf. Etc.. Etc
733 'it Uamtornia Fuuit .Mauicet.
It E AD TILtS !
FOR overy 10 Hawaiian or other
1'acille Ishinds' stamps lccelved, I
wl 1 post four I uglish illiiFtrit' d p.ipeis
per wiel. foi a monih, or will send one
of the latest English, Fieueh, Geiman
or bp uilsh novel-. Stmiips. of other,
eountiies sent in exchange for tho- of
Hawaii. All m inner of tulicln? sunt in
exchange for ued postage stamps and
postcards under Hieelnl airaimemeuts
Importer, Wlthlugtou, Nr. ilaneln's
ter, England. 733 1m
4 WOMAN to take care of children
.' and to do chaTuheiwork. Apply
at this olllce. 73J 2w
t GIRL (Geiman picfeircd) to do
t general housework in a small
piivate family, must hu over 1G ycais of
age. Apply at this oflleo. 73J fli
piRST-OLSSS drtRS.mnl;era; good
J jiayj only experienced hands need
apply, i oi n r For; and Hotel stieeis
(over Elullth's dry goods stoic).
j'K-Ti R ,l el'iRlo gentleman a
Xsrtaft l) Small Kuruislieil Cot
mfa& tuge. Addiess N." this
JCWJUKU RANCH, ICmi, Ha-
f-tfii "an, ioi,ouu limes eor
c tJ i huiher purtieulaiH. apply to
- .iflW. KAIIUKU,
TiHll Kau, Hawaii.
A hUlTE of Three Nlcoly
ftln&K Furnished Ituonn, two
'iiltT3 IjuiImkiiiih ami ptuhir. on
'Ulioliliowl kli-wiit imiir I'uhue Wulkj
uiliililu for (wo tingle i;iitlcmeii.
U, 1'. IIMHIIAIII),
Base Ball Grounds !
-;ntrn open nt tt o'clock. -tt
Nottco to tho Public !
KT" Tills Game docs not depend oil
the dupiitiuo of any atcnmei. The
lollowing programme will be carried
out ns auveitlsvd.
THE LAST GAME
B2F In addition to the regular game,
WILL TKE PLACE:
1 LOXG DISTANCE TIIROWING
Geoigu blmip and James Rellly.
2-75-YARDS RUNNING RACE
Wm. Farrell, Geo. Sharp aud Jas.
R. Ward and
4 RUNNING RVPT5, distance 100
jards, between Jas. L. Toibert, of
the Pacific Hardware Co.. and Win.
Farrell, of tho California Club.
CS5 The second number, the75-yards
race, Is open to all comers. 730 Iw
feliil UBfiflay Glfls!
I have just received a Intge assortment
of Now Good siiltihlo for wedding and
holidav gifts, conf-Utlus: of thu follow
In all stjles and qualities;
In the newest patterns ;
Afternoon Toa Cloths,
In Silk & Linen,
Fancy Linen Cloth In sets,
DamasK Table Clothe,
In all slzi's with Napkins to match
design, etc., etc., etc.
s Thepo Goods aie all Imported by
me direct from tho manufacturers and
are gunrauteed to give satisfaction to
720 tf W. C. PKtUi,.
WE1IER I CO.,
No, 92 FORT ST.,
Are now showing a Large New
Stock of Goods suitable for the
Holidays, comprising Diamond
Jewelry of all kinds; Brooches,
Eiinlngs, Riacelets, Bangles,
Lace and Scarf Pins, Rings,
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches and Watch
Chains, Native Jewelry, Clocks,
Silverware, Gold Headed Canes,
Etc., Etc., Etc
t&" Prices within the rraoh
of ail. Give us a call. 728 lm
From and after thin dale, a1teuular
Freight Train will luavo llonoluul'lor
Hnnniiliuli and way ritutioue, Evm
DAY (exoopting Stinday), ut,10
O'clock A. M. &
gjST Iloieaflur no Froij;irtw!ll bo
roiciud for Hhipmuiit, by I'uHHotigor
Trains, uxuopt by ipeuiul urranuo,
OAHU RAILWAY t LAND CO.,
W, Q, Aiiu.KY, Hupt.
Honolulu, Deu, 0, 1600. 7&0 lm.
C TRADE J
v.i "- -
To be held on their Range, at Ka
baulkl, Kins: itreet,
On THURSDAY, Jan, i, 1891,
M 9 o'clock a. m. iharp.
GOVERNOR DOMINIS CUP.
Valued at 0100. for the highest aggre
gate scoro in matches Nob. 1, 2 and 3,
to become the property of the marks
man winning it three times at the regu
lar meetings of the II. It. A.
Won July G, 18SC, bv J, Brodle, M. D.
Won .lanuiny 1, 1887, by Win. Unger.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. G.Rothwell.
Won January 2, 1888. by O. B Wilson.
Won luly 4, 1888. by F. Hustace.
on January 1, 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1889, by J. G. Rotuwell.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by U. B. Wilson.
1. THE BRODIE MEDAL.
-Cup preientedby J. Brodle,
2nd prize Gold Pin
M b. C. H. Nieholl.
Conditions of the match : Open to all
members of tho Association. lFt and
2nd prizes to become the property of the
marksmen winning ihcm three times at
the regular meetings of tho II. It A.
Distance, 200 yards: rounds, 10; any
military l hie uuder the rules; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
trance fee, 81.
Won .Ian. 1, 1890, by J. H. FUher.
11. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at 8100; also, a second prize
of 85; third pi ize, $2.&0. Conditions:
Open to nil comers; to become the pro
perty of the marksman winning it three
times at the regular meeting of the H.
H. A.; 2 stilngs of 10 shots each at COO
yard taiiges; any milltar.i rifle under
thu rules; limited to one entry for each
competitor. Entrance fee, 81.
Won July 5, 8SC. by J. Biodlc, M D.
won lanuurv i, ioB7, oy w u. hang.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won January 2, 1888. bv W. C. King.
Won July 4. 1888, bv i" Hustace.
Won .lanuaiv 1, 1889. bv J. W. Prati.
Won July 4, 1889, bv .1. G. Kothwell.
Won Jan. 1, IsOO, by C. II. Wilson.
III. H. It. A. TROPHY.
Valued at 8150. Competitors limited
to members of the Association.. Condi
tions: For the highest aggregate score
at 200 and 00 aids; 10 rounds at each
distance; any military rifle uuder the
rules; to become the property ot the
marksman winning it three times at
regular meetings of the II. It. A. En
trance fee, 81.
Won July 4, 18o9, by W. E. Wall.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by F. Hustace.
IV. MID - RANGE CHAMPION
For Association Badge. To be worn
by the winner until his score is beaten
at any regular meeting of the H. R. A.
Limited to members of the Association;
10 rounds at 600 and COO yards. En
trance fee, 81.
Won July 4, 1888, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won January 20, 1889, by Lieut.
Ashe, H. B M, S. Haclnth
Won July 4, 1880, by J. W. Pratt.
V. WAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Piesented by Hon J. A. Cummins;
2nd prize 8.00 To be shot for at 200
and 500 yards. 10 shots at each dis
tance. Open to members who bavo
never won a first class prizo. To be
come tho property of the inarknman
winning It three times. Entrance fee,
Won January 1, 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1889, by C. Hustace, Jr.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by II. W. Peck.
VI. DIRECTOR'S CUP.
Presented by the Board of Dhcctors
ot 1691. Open only to members of the
H. R. A., who have never made a re
cord of over 76 per cent. In any regular
competition; to become the pioperty of
the marksman wining it three times.
Distance, 200 yds; rounds 10; Military
rifle; limited to one entry to each com
petitor. Entrance fee, 81.
VII. POOL TARGET.(8 inch
200 yards. Open to all comerH. Any
rifle. Unlimited eutrlen. Nohalrorset
triggers or telescopic sights allowed,
Tickets, 50 cents each ; entitling holder
to flro 6 shots at this target,, 7o pcicont
of total receipts tu this match to be
awarded pro rota to total number of
VIII. PISTOL POOL TARGET.
(8 inch bulls-eye).
50 yards. Opan to all comers. All
pistols or revolvers not less than 32
calibre allowed Tickets, CO cents
each; entitling holders to fire 5 shots at
this target. 76 percent of total receipts
in tins matcu to uo awarueu pro rata to
total number of bulls-eyes.
IX. CITIZEN'S MATCH.
Some very valuable puzes, aud a
prize for everybody. Any ilflo; 10
rounds; distance, 200 yards. No hnlror
set tilggcis or telescopic sights allowed.
Entries unlimited. Lntranco fee, 81.
All members of the Association who,
have made over 80 per cent, at, any gen
uial meeting of thu H. R,. A, will uot be
allowed to compete.
No untiles will hu Hindu before the
day of thu mutch, and parsons will
shoot according to thu number on their
Committee on Citliona' I'rUesi
J. D. Tuukku,
E. O WlltTB.
W. O. Pahkk.
J, II, fiOPER,
J, O, ROTsrv w,
PhotographersM Attention !
MESSRS. HOLLISTER & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex "AUSTRALIA" ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
M. A, Seed Dry Plates I
ACKNOWLEDGED BY PROFESSIONALS AND AMATEURS
Best Photographic Plate Extant.
FOR SALE BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 fort Street.
New Goods !
MESSRS. KING BROS.
ARE MOW PREPARED TO SHOW THE VERY BEST ASSORT
MENT OF PUBLICATIONS IN
Etchings, Artotypes, Photogravures,
ENGRAVINGS, Etc., Etc.
Also, a choice lino of -
Hunt's & de Graft's Pastel Pictures.
For those desiring Hawaiian Subjects, they have to offer
PAINTINGS & WATER COLORS !
By Jules Tovernier, Jos, D. Strong, D Howard Hitchcock, It. C. Barniield
and others, beside a great variety by their own artist, W. Y. Stone, who has
produced the finest Christmas Cards of a Hawaiian Nature ever offered to
tho public of Honolulu.
Among other things, they have to offer a vory choice lino of
LADIES' & GENT'S LEATHER GOODS,
CONSIhl tXO OK
PuriM, Pocket Books, Cigar Cases, Cigarette Cases,
Letter Books, Bill Bookb, Card Cases, Hand Bags, Etc.,
Also, a very tine line of
?JLal GJ-oodLs, 3?u.sli Gooda,
Toilet Seta, Manacure Sets, Shaving Si ts, Jewel Cases,
Glove, Handkerchief & Color Boxes, Work Boxei, Etc.,
A very fine assortment of
Photo Panels & Photo Frames,
Very suitable for Christmas presents. They have
Over 25D Varieties of lilts for Picture Frames,
Which they are makiug up cheaper than any place in town.
ARTISTS' SUPPLIES, at greatly reduced prices.
PARLOR EASELS, in Oak, Cheny, Bamboo, Brass, Etc., Etc.
WALL BRACKETS of all kinds, in Ebony, Oak, Walnut, Etc., Etc.
WINDOW POLE CORNICES, in great variety at lowest priee.
SfF Remember! There is nothing better than a well-selected Picture
to ofler as a Christmas piescnt, aud KTNG BROS, is the place to go for the
best. 725 lm
i il. ., ,...,..W.r
NOW IS TfciE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional foa
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
Tho following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, f-.TC.
Tho Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and iu
From the tfeio York .Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
Thu LurgeHt BuHhmaw Ever Transacted by a Llt'ti Assur
The new business of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of tho present year is reported to exceed Fivtt
Million Dollakb. This is at tho rate of two hundred millions of assur
anceor the year, and is unprucedcncd in the annals of life assurance
iQylnformation cheerfully furtiihhcd to any who will write to or call
upon tho undersigned at hiB olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
Qonoral Agent for the Hawaiian Ifllai.du, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-96
THE PA0IFI0 HAHDWAEE CO., LU,
Beg to announce that in consequence of extensive repairs to their building, tliof
are Remuvlug their ytoeU of Goods to the
MCoIISKl-8.N"r -:- 3BlOOJE.
4f Durlug removal, in oidur to save expense of handling nQMl
Tbeir Entire Stock is DH at Redncei Rates
TO 'JL'HIfl -"UiVOIC :
ttT Person rcqulrlug any thing iu their Hue will Und (his a specially favor
LM w Goods ! New Goods I
Have lately been received aud fresh luvolous are ou the war.
PACIFIC HARDWARE GO,, L'd
Fort St rout,
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New Goods !
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