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Low burn tho loaf llrcs of tlio year,
And dull onch fnlUng oinbor;
But by their ashes, hoapcl nnd sear,
Awhllo wo sit nnil days most dear
Alii Yanlslied days remember.
Old lovea and f ricndriilps flno mid sweet
l'nlr ghosts, tlioy linger nwir us
Within tho Eiinshlno jwlo tlioy meet,
And ilow n tho leafless air they fleet-
Thei loves Uiat still can cheer us.
Ah I sear the fields beneath our gazo.
And suns Imvo lost their splendor,
13ut still around the russet ways,
Thu sun tho while of "other days"
Bestows Its luster tender.
A. Kr.t Jones In Good Housekeeping.
UNCLE SAM'S BIG FARM.
Wasting Away Unplilly In Splto of tlm
Kn'urt to Oiinril Against Friiiul.
Iu his annual ronort submitted to the
f Bccretary of tho interior Judge Lewis A.
j Groll, tho commissioner of tho general
land office, states that mi agricultural
domain of nearly 10,000,000 acres a do
main almost equal to tho aggregate area
of tho states of New Hampshire, Massa
chusetts, Rhouo Island, Connecticut and
New Jersey has during tho year hecn
transferred to enterprising and indus
trious bottlers by patents issued to them,
while tho (irons patented to tho states
undor tho swamp grant and to corpora
tions under special grants havo been
great, although somewhat reduced as
compared with previous years.
At tho biimo time tho area of coal and
mineral lands patented has been greatly
increased over that of tho fiscal year
ended Juno 00, 1881), thus tending to tho
development of our immense deposits of
coal and metals of every grade. Tho
area patented to the states under tho
grants for educational and internal im-
Iprovumcnt purposes has increased 300
per cent. This completed wont, as
shown by tho facts and figures con
tained in this report, indicating in
creased population, increased coal and
mineral development and increased edn
cational development and resources, are
referred to as buggestivo olements in tho
Tho casli receipts of the offico from
disposals of public lands, Indian lands
unu umucr uepreuuuuuB uuniig mu jvm
In tho investigation of fraudulent land
Gentries sixty-one special agents wereem-
f. i ; .. i. 4-1. m.-
pioyeu uunug u. iiait oi me jvai. j.u
these special agents were referred for
investigation 2,08-1 cases; 437 cases wero
held for cancellation, 538 were can
celled nnd 1,000 were examined and
The commissioner hiuls tnat tlio most
valuable timber ou the public lands is
being rapidly exhausted, and that tho
soveral laws relating to the subject are
utterly inadequate to properly protect
either tho public forests from unlawful
(appropriation or the interests of the
settlers. Over .$83,000 wero recovered
last year from timber depredations,
i Tlio commissioner urges that provis
ion fchould be made for a legitimate pro
curing of timber from tho public lands
t by mill men and lumber manufacturers,
' for sale, to tho extent necessary to sup
ply the community in the location in
'which they operate with tho lumber and
other timber products needed in tho set
tlement thereof, but exportation of pub
lic timber should be prohibited, as also
should tho removal of timber from any
of the reserved lands, aud from niount-
ainous regions nnd other wood lands nt
or in uie vicinity ui neuu waters or
6ources of streams, which for climatic,
economic or public reasons should be
(held permanently as forest reserves, ex
ception being made m favor of settlers
or miners for their nersouul necessities.
Tlio Turgot Too Tempting.
A bad negro, Will Hayes by name,
was brought in from Apopku on Mon
t day night with his anatomy full of buck-
snot, rue people or west Apopttn hnv
been troubled for some timo past In
petty burglaries, and on Sunday nijjh
another house was entered, and eavl
f Monday 'morning a party set out in pur
suitor tno criminal and soon came n
to his camp firo in tho Doublernii swamp
Tho negro had eaten his breakfast anil
had none off a short distance to sleen,
i Tho party scattered, and soon tho festive
L William was observed by ono of the
' nnrf.v in;i.lririf nfT infn flu uiv-miinn nil
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fours. The target proved too enticing
for tho hunter, who sent a load of shot
after tho recediug form, ten of which
took effect, and he was captured. At
first it was supposed that ho was mortnl
ly hnrt, but at present writing ho is con
sidered out of danger and is undor tho
protecting caro of Sheriff Galloway.
Tavorcs (Fia.) Herald.
Clu-un AVull Stroot Lunchei.
With the fall Weather the Hamburger
sausage has inado'its appearance in Wall
street. Tho junior clerks and messenger
boys who work iu that section of tlio
' city patronize street lunches extensively.
, In summer fruit, cake and sandwiches
seem to bo very popular, but with the
' cooler tomperaturo the sausages attain
great vogue. Tlioy aro dispensed from
steamers in which they aro kept hot,
and aro served in these long, narrow
. rolls, with, if tho purchasor desires, a
UUOM Ul illUDUAlU, AUU IKU.UJ lUOy U1U
very good. I havo noticed that they aro
bought by men who evidently are not
forced to get them on tho score of
economy, and tho number carried away
by office boys when they have finished
, their own is somewhat striking. New
Antics of u Crippled Pigeon.
p The denizens of lqwer Broadway aro
daily treated to a novel sight. There
are a number of pigeons which livo upon
, tho wharfboat, but they fly up to Broad-
I way and Front and pick seeds, grains of
corn and such pickings as birds love
and tho market people leave.
j! Among tho flock is a black pigeon
which has no legs. Its inodo of picking
up seeds is very odd. The bird alights
on its breast, and seeing anything it
wants rolls or wallows over to it and
picks it up. It is fat, and does not ap
pear to be suffering for want of food.
It has beeu captured soveral times, and
those who havo liaudled the bird declare
that there was no indication that it over
had any legs. Cincinnati Enqnlrer,
A recent political speech delivered in
this state multuu iu two women faint
ing awuy uiul a boy dropping dead from
heart failure, Thu "stumper" can now
give the Fourth of July orator two
luigtlw and then beat him out of sight.
litttoU, Free I'tau.
Itnvnges of tlio Nun Moth.
From various parts of Bavaria come
alarming nows of tho destructive rav
ages of tho nun moth. For a couplo of
centuries or moro tho forests on tho con
tinent havo been attacked by this pest
nt long intervals; but novor, it would
seem, with moro disastrous results than
at present. Tho forest department of
tho ministry of tinanco reports that tho
plaguo oxtends over nearly nil Bavaria
south of tho Danube, and so great is tho
fertility of tho insect that no measures
of destruction aro of any avail. It at
tacks chiefly tho pino nnd fir with which
Bavarian forests abound, but docs not
despiso the beech, oak nnd other forest
trees, nnd is even known to feed on
shrubs nnd garden plants.
It never attacks com or wheat, and
there is one tree it will not touch, name
ly, tho horso chestnut. The means of
destruction aro various. Forest bonfires
aro one. Tho insects aro nttracted by
the firo and aro smothered in tho smoke,
but only a comparatively small number
aro killed. Children nnd boys aro also
Bent out to destroy tho insects. But the
only roally efficient general ineasuro i
seems to bo tho cutting down of wholo '
forests when much invested. One other
method is used by tho state, Imt is not
within tho reach of communes. A largo
electric light is placed in tho forest by
night. This attracts hundreds of thou
sands of "nonnen" to tho mouth of a
largo funnel through which a rapid ox
haust current of air is forced, sucking in
tho insects by thousands into a hole un
der tho earth, whero they aro buried.
Losses In Ico Speculation.
In conversation with a gentleninn who
is a great authority on ico matters wo
wero informed that it wns surprising i
how many parties on tho Kennebec would i
bo heavy los-ers on tho ico which they I
put up last winter. Itisstatcdthatthoro
baa been but ono sale of ico made in this
section for six weeks, and tnat nt a
heavy loss to tho seller." It is also an as
sured fact that ico will not bo a ceut
higher than it is at tho present time.
"Why," said a prominent ico man Tues
day, "I wouldn't give fifty cents n ton
for all tho stack ice I could buy. If I
had it on my hands I don't know of a
single place whero I could sell it without
losing money, and, in fact, I don't think
I could dispose of it at any rate."
It has developed that thero has been
moro ico put up on Lake Champlajn and
tho other Vermont lakes than people in
Maine had any idea or conception of.
To this reason is attributed tho present
state of tho ico market. Hotels in largo
cities are putting in machines that will
make ico enough for their own daily ube,
and tins is also making a big difference
in tho sale. "Tho man who sold his ico
early in tho season for $-1 a ton was a
winner, but tho man who kept his ico
for a larger prico is the loser, and will
do well if ho can got his ico carried off
free of all further expense," said another
ico authority. This saj'ing will take in
the wholo case in a nutshell. Augusta
IHeetrle llovatcd llullwnys.
The action pf Boston in essaying to ef
fect on an elevated railway tho samo
successful and profitable developments
of electrical traction which it has ac
complished on its surface lines is re
garded with much interest by electri
cians nil over the country. Ono of tho
greatest objections to elevated railways
has always been tho use of steam loco
motives, with their disagreeable accom
paniments of noise and smoko and cin
ders. With tho heavy locomotives, too, re
quired for steam traction a very cum
brous structure was needed, but with
tho use of electric ears lighter and moro
ornamental construction can bo adopted.
This now departure of Boston seems
likely to inaugurate in city travel an era
long desired. It is now mentioned as a
fact that a milo an hour better time is
made in Boston by tho surface electric
cars than in New York by tho steam
cars of tho elevated roads. New York
Mutilated for n Beggar.
A lff ,.,i,..l ..f i7,.li nt ., o
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count of a horrible outrage in tho vicin -
ityof Kovno, Russia It appears that
in a forest iiear that place tho police have
apprehended a band of professional beg
gars in the act of cutting off tho leg of a
peasant gbrl only G years old who had
been kidnaped in tho neighborhood tho
samo day. Tho girl says her captors also
intended disfiguring hor face in order to
make her an object of pity for begging
purposes. She had been dressed in tho
rags worn by another beggar girl. Threo
members of tho band wero caught, but a
man named Ivan Roonis, who actually
stolo tho child, escaped. Tho band in
cludes two children without tongues,
who had presumably been kidnaped.
All tho members of tjio band are disfig
Rochester, N. Y., boot aud shoemaker
aro on a strike.
All tho cattlo have been driven from
tho Cherokee strip.
The New York World is now in its
now and magnificent building.
General Booth's social salvation fund
amounted to $300,000 at last accounts.
George Francis Train wants to star
with Succi, tho faster, at tho world's fair.
A profitable business in New York is
that of shipping horso meat to Europe.
Tlio salaries of tho Brazilian govern
ment employes have been reduced 10 per
A pamphlet hns been issued iu RiiFsia
upholding the Czar's persecution of the
yOver f200,000 was Baved to the govern
ment on postal card contracts during
tho past year.
Eight persons wore killed and 131 in
jured by tlio street railroads of Now
York city last year,
Tho postmaster general in his annual
report favors tho postal telegraph and
the postal savings banks schemes.
Another yam about tho finding of the
lost Charlie, Ross in jail at Boston has
been exploded by Inspector Byrnes,
'Die English Cotton Employers' Asso
ciation has decided to raise wages 10 per
cont. This will affect 150,000 persons.
At Sylacauga, Ala,, W. L. B. Hunter,
editor of a weekly paper, shot and killed
Charles Nickcrson, tho town constablo.
Tho preliminary examination of Au
gust Oluoii for the murder of John Ivitt,
the Merced, Cnl., rancher, is on at Mer
ced. Judge Cullon of Brooklyn has rendered
a decision in tnu sugar trust suit con
tinuing thu injunction staying tlio re- j
ceivers during tho pendency of tlio
trustees' appeal from the order creating i
the receivers. Tho uppoal will be aifuwl
THE PRESIDENTS MLSSAGE.
A llilef Syiinpsls oftlm Important Sub
Congress convened Monday. Tho
nttenihineo in both houso and sonatowns
exceptionally largo. Tho President's
inesngo was road, of which tho follow
ing is a brief outline :
Tlio message begins with tho state
ment that tho affairs of tlio government
havo been conducted by tho soveral de
partments with faithfulness, energy and
Our foreign relations nro friendly in
tho extreme nnd havo been undisturbed.
Tho work accomplished by tho Pan
American congress, ho says, markbnn
Important epoch in tho history of the
The relations with Central America
nnd Brazil have been friendly nnd un
broken. Tho Snlvndor-Gualtomnla war
was mentioned. Minister Mlzner is said
to havo exceeded his authority in tho
Bnrrundia affair nnd is recalled.
"Our relations with China havo been
tho subject of much correspondence and
consideration. In pursuance of tho con
current resolution passed by congress, I
havo proposed to tho governments of
Mexico and Great Britain to consider
a conventional regulntion of tho passage
of Chinese laborors across our southern
nnd northern frontiers. "
Tho now extradition treaty with Great
Britain is nlready showing beneficient
results. Thu fur seal question is still
pending. Tho president hopes that a
settlement may bo agreed upon beforo
tho opening of another sealing season.
In the tariff act a wrong was done tlio
kingdom of Hawaii, which tho president
hopes congress will remedy. Duties
were levied on articles included in the
reciprocity treaty now existing between
tho United States and Hawaii. By tho
continuauco of friendly negotiations
with Spain much may bo accomplished to
increase our trado.
Tlio revenues of tho government from
nil sources for tho fiscal year ending
Juno 30, 1890, wero $103,003,080.55, and
tho total expenditures for tho same
period wero 358,018,584.52,
Tlio president states that tho new
silver law has boon carried out with
earnestness on tho part oj the treasury
department. The increased money cir
culation resulting from this act has been
very beneficial to business.
I Tlio president refers to tho decrease pf
1 army desertions for tho year, which ho
' says is very gratifying.
Ho recommends that appropriations
be continued for strengthening coast
defense. The militia is aiso mentioned
as peeding encouragement.
, Gratifying progress is shown in tho
work of tho postofilce department. Tho
navy has made satisfactory progress.
Tho president recommends a careful
consideration of tho report of tho secro
targ of tho navy.
The work of interior department shows
gratifying results. Large Indian reser
vations have been reduced and the land
' opened up to settlement. Since March
' -4, 1880, tlio cession of 14,720,000 acres of
I laud has been obtained by the govern
' In regard to pensions tho president
I says: "There is no economy to the
i government while there is sq mucl)
I hardship aud injustice to the soldier."
i Tho increaso of pensions will not ex
! ceed the estimates. Tho. president
j thinks the Movmnns should still be kept
I under restraint, notwitlistanding Piesi
dent Woodruff's anti-polygamy procla
Tlio census, ho believes, is, on tho
whole, as accurate as could bo made.
Agricultural and stockraising indus
tries are progressing. Wise measures
have been adopted to prevent tho sprea'd
of contageous diseases among stock, and
tho meat inspection provides a guaran
tee that our meat is wholesome.
The civil bervico laws havo been exe
cuted in a satisfactory manner.
Much is said regarding the tariff,
Statistics aro presented to show the
progress and welfare of tho country.
Tho president says tho McKinloy bill
nnntln mill ! film ffiinl 4-r l1A1l1fMirilln4ii
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The utlook for the country at large is
. cliecrfui. Labor is everywhere
f ftyea nnrt the year BJ a
t,'m L iL. nml ,,'..
Realtiatoryland prohibitory legislation
is oppo.sed by tho president.
Reciprocity is recommended.
As tho time of the present session of
Congress is limited tho president reo
ommends that no time be wasted on use
less legislation. The apportionment and
annual appropriation bills need urgent
and careful consideration.
Substantial wid to steamship lines to
cultivate foreign trado is needed from
The paragraph on irrigation is es
pecially interesting. Tho president says,
in part : " Tho owner of water is tho
owner of tho lands, however tho titles
may run. All unappropriated water
sources and all necessary reservoirs
should bo held by tho government for tho
equal uso at fair rates of the homestead
settlers who will eventually take up
these lands. "
Postal telegraph, under proper condi
tion is desired. A revision of tho
election laws irt recommended, In con
clusion tho message reminds congress of
tho limited time which is left for needed
legislation and urges that congress makes
the most of it.
Lodgo of Massachusetts is to intro
duce iu congress an immigration law.
Herr Bleichrodcr, a Berlin banker, has
given 1,000,000 marks for the benefit of
consumptive patients. He also gave a
site for a hospital,
According to tho land commissioner's
repoit there wero certified or putented
up to 18!)0; For railroad purposes, 1850
to 1800, 51, U70.3 10.21 acres; for wagon
road purposes, 1824 to 1800, 1,732,730.83;
for canal purposes, 1828 to 1800,4,424,
073,00; for river improvements, 1828 to
1800, 1,400,210.80. Total 58.002,300.00.
But during tho last fiscal year thero were
but 301,802.15 acres patented, aud thesq
were for railroads only.
Owing to rumors afloat for several
days, u long line of depositors stood all
day in front of tho Keystone National
Bank of Philadelphia awaiting their
turn to get their money. So far all
checks have beeu paid, and tho bank
officials suy every demand will be met.
A Hamilton (Bormuda) special to The
New York Herald says a terrilio hurri
cano oecurml thero, accoinyynied by
heavy rain. Many houses wore unroofed
uud blown down, telegraph wires pros
tialul and vimsoU mink. It wns tlio
hardest storm siucu the memorably yolo
Hartfoid Firo Insurance Co.
Anglo-Novada Anaurauce Corporation
(Firo nnd Marino)
Capital, paid up, $2,000,000
Tharaet vVs Mor cy Murine ln. Co
New York Life Insurance Co.
Ass't, $lc5.0o3 GO i.OG
General Agent, Hnwn InlHiidt
1053 ly "
A. G-. SILVA, .
G5 & 57, Hotel Street.
Furniture,Matting& Carpet Laid
Corn loo I'oIch.
iSy Fine Upholstering and Deciding
a specialty - .lime 10-Ctii
WENMR & CO.
NO. U3 TOUT Hint I IT.
Constantly on hand a large assortment
of every description of Jewelry. Watches
Gold Hud Silver Hated Ware, Ac.
938 lv .
From and after this date we
will riot be responsible for any
freight after same lias been
lauded. Parties to whom
freight is consigned must he at
the landing to receive their
WILDER'S S. S. Co.
Honolulu, Sept. C, 1800. GD0 tf
ALL -claimants to lots in Kiipiolanl
Park, situate between tho points
below specified, are hereby requested to
exhibit ihelr leases or evidences of such
ownership, to tho undersigned at once,
in order to prevent the disposal of said
lots toprcsent applicants, viz:
1st Situate on inauka main avenue be
tween tlio premises occupied byJas.
Dodd and the piopeity and home
stead of James Campbell. Num
bered on Park map from 55 to 80
2d Situate on innkal main nvenuo be
tween the premises and homestead
formerly occupied bv U. W. Mac
farlane and the property of James
Campbell. Numbered on Park-map
from 0U to 100 Inclusive.
By order oHlic Board of Directors
W. M. G1FFARD,
Sec'y Kapiolaui Park Asso.
FROM this (late Mr. W'm Lishtnan
will sign our linn name by pro
curation. G W. MACFARLANE&CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 25, 1800. 710 tf
BKOWN LiEGllOitXS !
BROWN Leghorn Cocke
rels fiirsa.c. iu:irauteed
thoroughbred. Address ''Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm,'' Ka
piolaui Park; Mutual Tele
rpilE Kapiolaui Maternity Home has
JL two rooms to accommodate paying
patients. Ladies of moderate means
who wisli to secure a home on reason
able terms, before and during the time
of their confinement, where the best of
food attendance, nursing and medical
skill will be provided, will please apply
at the Home to Mrs. J. S. Lemon, the
matron, who will attend to admittance,
give terms or other information, re
quired. Honolulu, Oct. 4, 1800. 075 3m
JUST RECEIVED !
IRECT from Egypt, a consignment
of Dubeo, Coiihsls & C'o.'s Gen
uine Egyptian Cigarettes, made from
thu choicest Turkish tobaccos. Tho
above brand is the cigarette of Europe
and tho Continent. Try a sample.
Wholesale orders tilled. For sale at
California Frtiil Market.
P. G. UAMARINO.S,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
rpiAT Tract of Lund sltuat
I 1 oil at I'alolo Valley, and
flniiKlhtliM' of 17(1 uei-es. more
or less, until r-ceutl.v under loiso to the
late Phillip Milton, and belonging to"
inu estate oi i ntc. i-ong, uei-eiiM-u. n
leaho for a term of 3'ears will be given,
as well as immediate possession if de
shed. The hind 1h mbstantliilly fenced.
For partlc iars, apply to
Or J. F. Colburn.
Honolulu, Deo. it, 1HH0, 731 2w
NOTICE to A IM!H 1TJECTS !
f ROUND and Elevation Hans lor a
J Hidlois' Home Ilulldlng to he
elected on the site 8 E, corner of Alit
kea mid llnlokmiilu MrcetH, i:2 It. ou
Alitkea street, and 00 fr. frontage res
pectively, mo linked lor, to be liill(i)d
In tu the undersigned on or before Full'
A pi Izu of $200 will be awarded for
the hoiit pliui and a pn.u of 6n0 lor the
hecond best pliui submitted. kuCdii
Otty For put denim's apply to
H. M. DAMON,
720 td Committee,
To be held on their Range, at ICa
hattlki, King street,
On THURSDAY, Jan. t, 1891,
At 9 o'clock a. m. sharp.
(10VERNOR DOM1NIK CUP. "
Valued at 8100. for the highest aggre
gate scorn In mutches Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
to become the irbperty of the marks
man winning It threo times at lite regu
lar meetings of the II. R. A. ,
Won July 5, 18S0. by-J. Drodle, M. I).
Won .lanuary 1. 1887, by N in. Ungcr.
Won July 28, 1887, by .1. G.Rotbwell.
Won January 2, 1888. by U. 1$ Wilson.
Won uly 4, 1888, by F. Hustaee.
Won January 1, 18S0, bv J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1880, by J.G. Rothwell.
Won Jan. I, 1800, by U. 11. Wilson.
I. THE DUO-DIE MEDAL.
1st prize Cup presented by J. Brodle,
2nd prize Gold Pin presented bv
M s. C. II. Nlcholl.
Conditions of the match : Open to all
members of the Association. lt and
2nd prizes to become the property of the
marksmeii winning them three times at
the regular meetings of the II. R A.
Dist-u ce, 200 yards-: rounds. 10: anv
military lUlo under the rules; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
trance fee, 91.
Won Jan. 1, 1800, by J. II. Fl her.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at 100; also, a second prize
of 5; third prize, 2.fi0. Conditions:
Open to all comers; to become the pro
perty of the marksman winning it three
times at the regular meeting ot thu n.
It. A.; 2 stiings of 10 shots each at COO
yard ranges; any military rille under
the rules; limited to one entry for each
competitor, Eutrauee fee, 81.
Won July 5, SS0. by J. Urodio, M.D.
Won .lanuary i, 1887, by W ('. King.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. G.Rotbwell.
Won January 2, 1888, by W. C. King.
AVou July 4, 1888, by P. Hustaee.
Won .miliary 1, 1881). by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 18S0, by J. G. Hothwell.
Won Jan. 1, lfcOQ, by O. U. Wilson
III. II. It. A. TJtOPllY.
Valued at 6100. Competitors limited
to members of the Association. Condi
tions : For the highest aggregate score
at 200 and f.00 yards; 10 rounds at each
distance; any military rille under the
uilcs; to become the property ot the
marksman winning it three times at
regular meetings of thell.lt. A, En
trance fee, 81.
Won July 4, 1860, by W. E. Wall.
Won Jan. 1, 1800, by F. Hustaee.
IV. MID - RANGE CHAMPION
For Association Badge. To be worn
by the winner until his score is beaten
at any regular meeting of the II. R. A.
Limited to meinbeis of the Association;
10 rounds at GOO and 000 yards. En
trance fee, 81.
Won July 4, 1888, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won January 20, 1S80, by Lieut.
Ashe, II. 11 M. S. Hyacinth
Won July 4, 1880, by J. W. Pratt.
V. WAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Presented by lloli J. A. Cummins;
2nd prize 2.00 To bo shot for at 200
and COO yauls. 10 shots at each dis
tance. Open to members who have
never won a llr.st class prize. To be
come tho property-- of the mark-mum
winning it three times. Entrance fee,
Won January I, IbSU, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1880, by C. HuMaec, Jr.
Won Jan. 1, 1800, by II. W. Peek.
VI. DIRECTOR'S CUP.
Presented by tho Hoard of Dhectors
of 1801. Open only to members of the
II. R. A., who have never made a re
cord of over 75 per cent. Iu any regular
competition; to become the property of
the marksm.in wining it three times.
Distance, 200 yds; rounds 10; Military
rifle; limited to one entry to each com
petitor. Entrance fee. 1.
VII. POOL TARGET. (8 inch
200 yards. Open to all coiners. Any
rille. Unlhuitcduutrlcfi. Noh.iiroi set
triggers ur telescopic slglus allowed.
Tickets, CO cents each; entitling holder
to lire ft shots at this taiget. 75 percent
of total receipts In this match to ho
awarded pro rata to total number of
VIII. PISTOL POOL TARGET.
(8 inch bulls-oyo),
r0 yards. Open to all comers, All
pistols or revolveis not less than U2
calibre allowed Tickets, CO cents
each; entitling holders to tire 5 shots at
this target. 7ft petceut of total receipts
In this match to be awarded pro rata to
total number of bulis-uyes. .
IX. CITIZEN'S MATCH.
Some very valuable pnzes, ami u
prize for everybody. Any rille; 10
rounds; distance, 200 yards. No hair or
set triggers or telescopic sights allowed.
Futrles unlimited. Kntiauce fee, 1.
All members of the Association who
have made over 80 per cent, at any gen
eral meeting of the 11. R. A. will mil bo
allowed to compete.
No entries will bo made before the
day of thu mulch, and poihous will
shoot accoiding to the number on their
Committee on CilUeim' Prizes:
.1, D, TuoiciiH,
K, O Win i k,
W, U. Paiiku,
,1. II, HOPKH,
J. (1 Jtoniwi:),!,,
Me Associa turn
New Goods !
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MESSRS. KING BROS.
ARE MOW PREPARED TO SHOW THE VERY REST ASSORT
MENT OF PUBLICATIONS IN
Etchings, Artot y pas, Photogravures,
ENGUAWXGN Etc., El.
Also, a choice line of
Hunt's & de G-fa fit's Pastel Pictures.
For those desiring Hawaiia i Subjects, they havo to ofier
PAINTINGS & WATtR COLORS !
By Jules Tovornier, Jos. n. Strong, IX Howard HUehcock, 11. O. Biirnflclil
nnd others, besido a great aiiety by their own aitist, W. Y. Stone, who has
produced tho finest Jlirtalni.it- Curds of a Hawaiian Naturo ever oll'erod to
tho public of Honolulu.
Among other tiling, hey have to tiller a vary choice line of
LADIES' &. GENT'S LEATHER GOODS,
Purses, Pocket Books, Cigar Case-, (Jigiuullu Cases,
hotter Hooks, Kill Honk-, (bud Cases, Hand U.igs, Etc., Etc.
Also, a very line lino of
JPluli Co-i8. IrMuwh Goods,
Toilot Sots, Manactire Sets, Shaving Sots, Jewel Oases,
01()e, Handkerchief & Color Boxes, Work Boxes, Etc., Ele.
A very lino assortment, of
Photo Panels & Photo Frames,
Very suitable for Christmas presents. They havo
Over 230 Varieties of Itmlitiiis for Picture Frames;
Which they are making up cheaper Hum any plaeu in town.
ARTISTS' HUPI'hlUS, at greatlv reduced p. tc.es.
PARLOR EASKhS, in Osk, Cherry, Bamboo, Brass, Etc., Etc.
WAhh BRACKETS of all kinds, in Ebony, Oak, Walnut, Etc., Etc.-
WINDOW POLU CORNICES, in great variety at lowest prices.
Remember! There is notion
to oiler us a Christmas present, and IvlNG BROS, is thu place to go for tlio
best. 725 lm
BARGAINS'! - :
T3E PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Beg to announce that In consequence of extensive repairs to their building, tlie.y
are Removing tlieir Stouks of Goods to the
IVfoITVEJIfc'Y -:- BLOCK.
S8F During removal, iu order to save expense of handling -Yj5n
If Ellin SM.U
T-O THJO TRAD12 I
EST Persons requiring anything iu their lino will tlnd this a specially favor
ly.w Goods ! fASew Goods ! .
Have lately been received and ftesh Invoices are on the way.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
NOW IS THE TIME !
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Hond.
The following urn a few of tho many attractive ioiiiib ottered by this
original and progressive Company :
ENDOWMENT BOiDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDREN3' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, Us payments prompt, and certain, and its
(From the New York Sun, An-Ui, IH'MK)
The Largest Buniiuisn Ever Transuded by a Lite Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of thepresent year is reported to exceed Fifty
.Million Doi.laks. This isat the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
Ifijrlnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
C4eneral Agent for the Hawaiiau Island-, KquitableLife Assurance Society
o' tlio U. S. Jan-l-DL
Assets, : : $100,053,600,913
"Pacts are Stubborn Tilings.'
Al itvor ano, on every premium
table, and in evory your, the AC
TUAL ItKriULTri of Tontine Policies
of the Now York Life Insurance Co,
Imvo been LAIUU'IH limn those OF
ANY O'l'ilKIt COMPANY isMiing
0H For particular apply ui
!. O. HO'.HMJttlt,
Wijii'I Aiml Hawaiian MimiU
' better than a well-selected Picture
TAI WO CHA'N,
Manufacturer of Ladles' & Gentlemen's
Fte ch Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN SIIOi:S MAI1K TO OltDKIt.
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KUKUI JEWELHY a SPECIALTY.
KiiijStreoi,iroiHilulii, II, I.
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kipilHof repair. jiui.U-8!)
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