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53r FOR FOUR
English WnrdroboK, Plato Glass Front;
M:ii'l)l(oj) Wash Stands,
Marblotop Dressing' Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers.
Pinim; Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
Uoval Worcester Tea Sots,
Dinner Sots, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Classes,
Claret 'lugs, Lumps, Screens,
fron Bedsteads, Matting,
THEO. H. DA
Nuuanu Street. - : Near Hotel Street
HAS Jl'l lthOKIKli 11Y LATH AltltlVALB
I Unit from Chum' Flnrot MnitiUiiln ijuullt) ' Siis-rior to Any
thing I'.vi'i r-iiM In Honolulu!
E. Choice Assortment of Christmas Toys on Hand
('timtlmr Trunks Fittnl with I'litnit IhUttit Loiku,
l.'ll'Hl Stiln limine HhhiIkki ( 'ml M miif Lnunijen,
ll'iiiitiul I'litteriM Vhtneiie Silk ami Silk llinulkerchiet, Ktc.
High Class Tailoring in All Its Branches I
Aluitv on IiiimiI a I lioiee Aoortineti! of u-li iihti-h, TueeiN, Kte , Kte
Low Prioes a.nd Good E'it Guaranteed
IMI'OUTKIt AND DKALKIl IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll
New Goods Received by Every
far- All lnler fitil ttfull v
dliellt-il ami pin ked ilh I'arw
I.im-iiln Uum'K, Kino Sthei:t.
IIUTH Tl...hl UM Jio-
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
Inipoilors, Wholesale it Rrtail Cue
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Evory California Steamer.
ICE - IIOrSE - (.OOPS - A - SPECIALTY.
I.HLtMNi Orders Soi.triTrn.
tki.i:iiii)Ni; 'i.' -
II K. McIXTYIMi: IiR()
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
.Si-w IkmmI- lli-ci'lvi'il In Kvi'ry I'.u'ki't from I la' Kiirn Main- ami Kurnii'.
HUSH (JAUKOUNIA - I'KODL'CK - HV KVI5IIY STKAMICK.
All ilnlvio fit i tl if it II - allumlfil to ami (IoihU I'i'IIvitimI tu any
I'nrl of tlii City KltKK.
(M.lNf) OlIDKHi .Soi.U'tTED, SATISI'AtlTION QlUllAVThEl).
BAST COItNKIt KUltT AM KINO HflfKBTH.
VIES & CO.
I. o. box aw
Butter nnd Island Butter
Steamer from San Francisco.
Miiiofm tlnn Kiuiriinti-eil. Il.iinl Orih-rn
Uet. Foist ami Alakka STiii-irrs.
-I'. i. IUX '."17
.Satisfaction Ot vrastekd.
V. l 1IOX ll.'i
p g , ,
AnhotiBor-Busch Browing Co.
Wins the Prizo at the
World's Fair with their
EAGLE" Brand Beer.
St. Oil IN. Oct. .', IV ci.
MkSB. MaiIVRI IMi.V I'll,, li'li.,
Honolulu, II. t.
ItfiirSin We have mulled you n ropy
of the Itliihr-l'riHHtriit announcing the great
victory won li the Amimhi-IIi-im'II Asso
ciation wllli' llu-lr "IJAtll.K" llruiul of
ANlilAV.sKiMtt'SCH ItliKWINU A880
CIATIUN. (Sltrrlitl leitteli In UMir-llfiiiuernl.)
WoRIkV l'UR, (Mil Villi, 111,,, lift.
Jo award hii everlieen made o gratifying
to SI. Louis people ""'I vt Justly merited
ns the one (siveii to-dnv by the roliiinliliiti
Jury of tin World's Kntr. ;ititi liit ol con-
noienrs nun fiiemiis 01 inciiigucsi ruiiK,
to the AnlieifT-lluch ltrcwing Asncln
t Ion. Ily methods of unrivalled lmlnci
cnlerprle, nnd by iiIng the het tiinturlal
produced In America mill Kurupe, exclitd
lii! corn ami other adulterant or surro
gates. Ilic illll'cri'iil kind" of the Anheitser
IIilch beer have become the favorite with
the Aiiierii'itu iiem le, mid have mom- eon-
piercd the hlhet iiwiinl In every particu
lar. Mined nun to ne eoniiienii ny tun
I'oluiiiblan Jury. The IiIkIi ebnraeter of
the nwnnl given to-day by the Jurors will
be better uuilrr-louil when it l known that
the dillerelit liver' exhibited b the All
Iiciimt llileh ltrewlng Aoneliitioil hnil to
compete with huiulretU of the moot excel
lent dlpla of other breweio. The fact
that no other concern lino reielvcd so
ninny iioluto for the varied ecntlill iptal
ltle of koo.1 beer eoiillrtno anew the lHn'
repul'tlnn no the lender ol nil Amvrlcin
brero, nml Mr. Adnlphil ltuch enn feel
proud over thl renlt u uilv merlleil.
Bid- The abo?e Is a Fac-slmllle ol llie
Label of the " EAGLE " Brand which took
i- ure to
lor tl I'.AUUr llralhl.
Macfarlaue & Co., L'd,
A'li-nln fur n it ti f in ii hi, unit
Dai Nippon !
Thr nlMivi' Mori' h nivlvoil nmithir
?-il('Ililll lllVlllll' of
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
- I IIMI'HIHIM. -
Beautiful Silk and Grape
cotillon. Till ili i uvuro,
lli-il Ctivvro, liimno,
IXUI. II ri,
HC A HI'S,
t a ra, m iii;i;n,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN tlHKVI VUtlKTY.
M- llHi-l'tlull III- l-0tfllll IllVltlHl.
Hotel Street (ArllDglon Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
King Street Restaurant,
& Alakea Bts.
Everything Served in First Glass Style.
Ilcml hj tin- ui'K
!. It ill hi'
of 1 fliriuirt.
iirii on or almiit the
HI.'-1 ill All
IIU: A CO., I'lop.
Street, flh Merry ijo Round
Served In FIM Class Style.
MIIUlc Ml ill
.'I Mi-al hi'kt'i-
Fowl Three Times a Week
'I iinNilay unit i'hiirilay at nnnn ,
ila at Kiiir.
UHUIJK .SI.MI, 1'itip.
T suouisi.Mo T
Continurd from 1st Page.)
nttialilnlMM 1. ...A1.I.1A I...,. ...ll '
11.111101. ULIII( II1C I1U'CIUIU lllUUIIll, IIS Wl.ll
as the probnblo safety of the capital to Iw
In ronpect to Invefltmenti in railroad
bonds, referring nimin to 11 Amr. A- Knir.
!F,ucycl. Law, p. 1: "Hut liillroail bonus
huvo been hold not permissible, those
secured by mortgage on the toadbed,
franchise, etc., for the reason that the
trustee couid not himself directly on
i foroo the collection of the bonds by fore
"Personal securities arc not favored,
since tliey aro not wife. Though u good
business mnn sometimes riokM Ids own
money in consideration of high interest
or largo possible prolits on Iniideipuite
mtruty tlie trustee, ncllng as ho does in a
fiduciary enpacity. cannot imperil the
fitndsof the cestui que trust for such pur
pose, nor excuse himself for loss on the
plea Hint he did as n discreet ImoitieM
man might have done witli his own
money." 11 Eneo. MVtl.
In Kimball vs. Itcdding.!ll X. Il..;!ill,
the Hiitireme Court after alluding to the
Knglish law upon tlio subject of trust In
vestment says: "In tills country the same
rule has not lx en ndopled in tcrim for
obvious reasons. Jlitt it is lelieved a
similar one has Iktii adopted m far as to
require trust wcttritlen reasonably prac
ticable, such as real estate well establish
ed Stnto stoclw. United Slates Govern
ment stocks, or other modes of Invest
ment alike tried and safe."
In King vs. Tnllcrt. Ill N. Y.. WI, the
Court siis: "If it Imj said, that' men of !
the highest prudence do. In fact. Invest
their funds In such stocks, incoming
subscribers and contributors theteto, in
tlio very formation thereof, and lieforo
tlio business is developed, and in the ex
ercise of their judgment, on the prob
ability of Its safety and piodttctiveiiess.
the answer is, so do just such men, look
ing to the hope of prolitnhlo returns, in
vest money in trade and adventures of
various kinds, in their private allnirs
they do, nnd thoy lawfully may. put their
principal ftimldiit himml; In tliu nll'iilrri
of n tritol thuy nmy not. Tliu very nitlitro
or thoir ri'lallon to It rorliuls It."
In 7 Itli N. V., iViO, Ixinilrt Imil been
tnki-n by the trunlco in a ct-rtnln coin
imiiy, whlfh ImiihIh were tnailo for tlm
ntriOoo of niiiinu ftituN to count met n
milronil Ihroitith its coal llrlilo nml other
IniprovctnontM. Tlio Court Pnlil
Hccnrlty wiii dependent upon the xiicccmo
of the enterprlKe, which wim purely
hpicuiativc. niey wero not hiioIi ii ho
curllyrma prudent executor or triilcc
would have voluntarily Hclcctcd for the
iiivcHtmcnl of trust fuiul. no the rule of
L'oitrlM of eiiulty would have Hanctionctl,"
"It ii Haiti that tho mone loaned wax
llllCDIIISl III im rIH'Otldl III IIIC IllipniU- t '' ntv-lll llir. in ir- wiiiiin iuihu tliu-rs-n
ment of the laud by construetiiit; n mil- I f invostineiits iitljudRetl unsuitable for
road, but that cnmiKciucnt of the corpor trust funds. Tho company was coiupnrn
utloit whs not rein estate security, upon I tlvely n new corporation, doinx u some-
intended to Im expended in (he linprovc
which ii trustee would have the right to
rely, nor was there nny certnlnl when con
structed it would be of nny value. It can
not be pretended that n trustee would In
juslilled in investing trust funds on Die
security of nil ttncunstruclcd iiiilroiiil.
i- It dooH not appear that the pin
perty was yielding uuy prolits or itieoino
out of which tliu intcrtvt could be paid.
Iteuiirdlni; the investment as one volun
tarily iiiaile by the executors, with the
view merely of placing the trust fund at
interest, it cannot be sustained without
overthrowinc nil tho rules which have
liecn estiiblishisi In repinl to tho securi
ties In which trustees tiinv lutest."
"If the accountant had taken the nil
vice of counsel, which is aluay proper,
partleulatly in so large uti eslnte us this,
he would have Imh-ii informed that by an
application to the orphans court, ho
could, under their direction, have mado
mi inveMiwnl in the slocks or seciritlen
prescrils'tl by the AcIh of Assembly,
which would have exempted him from nil
liability for Iims. Not having done this,
mid not having eomiiliisl with the ex
press kikI po-ltivc injunctions of the
testator, he must account for the princi
pal thus Invested with interest, deduct
ing such payments us have been made on
account." IhuiocnV Appeal. ID I'enn.
It Is Haiti in IVrry on Trusts, Sec. I.VJ:
"It is one of the most important of
the duticH of trustees to Invest the
trust fund in such manner that it
hind! ho safe, and yield a reason
able rate of income to the cestui iptc
trust. If there are directions In the in
strument of trust as to the time, manner
and kind of investment, the trustees
must follow the direction nnd power so
given them. f there lire no
directions in the instrument nor rules of
Court, nor statutory provisions in rela
tion to investiutiits they unmt be govern
ed b Hound diocrctioii mid good fuith.
There is one rule that is universally ap
plicable, to investments by trustees and
that rule Ih, that trustees cannot invest
trust moneys with personal wcurilieH.
Lord Kenvon Mild, that no rule
was better established than that u trusted
could not lend on inero personal Mcurlty.
and it ought to ls rung in the cars of
every one who acted in the character of
TheHUiuoiiuthorilv in See. IWI. nfter
referring to th- fact that the Kugllsh
rule requiring investments of trust funds
In government stcuriticH. and b statute
in Hunk of Kugland or Ireland or Hast
India stock pn-uills in New York and
I'eiiiiHylviinia, and referring to the Mas
sachusetts rule that trustees may invest
in bank stocks and In shares of uiaiiu
faetiiriug and iiMiinnce companies, sns.
"It would Hti'in in be the wiser course to
withdraw the funds wttlotl for the sup
port of women, children nnd other parlies
who cannot exercise an uelive discretion
in ine proieciinii m their tulerests us
much us possible from the chances of
business. It would seem to be wiser for
the Court to tstablish the llrst rule in
tho absence of special direction mid leave
it to the trustee if ho piefcrs to try a less
Sec. I.VSs.iys1 "In nil cases the trustee
ought to exercise high diligence in ascer
taining the valuation, situation. condition
mill pioductivcncns of tho real estato or
other property upon which it is proposed
to make a loan of the trust money, for
ho will be liable for the loss if he is
guilty of unv negligence in this respect."
"Nor is it a Hound discretion for trus
tees to subscribe tl list funds to new en
tcrpiihcs, a- for tho slock for new maiiu
factiirlug insurance or ruilioud corpoiu
tions, when tho undertaking must, in the
nature nf things, bo expeiiiuentnl; anil it
will not excuse the trustee Hint he sub
set ibes his own nionn to such enter
prises, as it is permitted to him to speeu
latu with his own money if he sees lit."
lb. Sect. I.V.i.
"If the directions in the will me so
general that they tin not point to any
particular class or classes of investments
the tiustees must invest in those" securi
ties that are sanctioned bv the Comt. as
if the trust is to invest in good and sulll
cieut securities, the Coilit will sanction
no security not allowed hs its niles and
orders." lb, Reel. Hiu That Is praeti I
call the instruction given in the will of ,
"He must always bear in mind that his
dealing with trust funds, which woio not !
given him to Ihi used in developing or
furthering business enlei prises, but to lie
guarded carefully nnd invested caution '
Ij. so that principal as will as iuleiest !
may Ihi furthcoming at the appointed
time. While he must be as diligent ami ,
painstaking In the iiaiuageiucul of the
trust estate, hh tho avenige piudeiit limn
Is, in managing Ills own estate, he may
not ulivnvs place the ti list funds where
ho, or the average prudent mnn, would
pineo hw own Minis, in measuring tin
duty of the trustee with the ububI eon
ililnt fif Him mnn tt nrnrnirn nrllilnnnn tr
- " ..... ...,,. v- .......w '.- - -- (
the care of his own estate, reference is to
be had to the conduct of such n man in
makini! tiormanent investments of his
savings outside of ordinary business
risks, rather than to his conduct in tak
ing business chances. There are often
occurring good business chances in
which a man may invest some of his
own money without danger of being call
ed Imprudent, whatever the result. Hut
it will lie generally conceded that n mere
business chance or prospect, however
promising, is not n proper place for trust
"While. of course, nil investments, how
ever carefully made, are moro or less
liable to depreciate and become worth
less, experience lias shown that certain
clashes of investment nro peculiarly liable
to such depreciation and loss. These,
of course, would bo avoided by every
prudent man who was Investing his own
money with ti view to permanency nnd
security, rather than chance of prollt. A
trustee should therefore avoid them even
though he sincerely believes n particular
investment of that class to lie safe ns well
as progtable. Shares in tlio stock of new
mining companies arc conspicuous exam
ples of this class.
"In the light of experience, vnrious kind
of investments have come to bo reganled
by intelligent nnd prudent men as un
suitable tor trust funds. The courts havo
simply given expression to this general
sentiment. Second mortgages aro con
sldered unsuitable, as they subject the
trut eotnte to tlio tioftilblo necewaity of
rnlHlnj,' fund to pay olf tlio 1 1 rut mort
Kni.'. (llhnorf vh. Tuttle, .T2 N. J. Kn.
till. Hi lire ImiihIh nnd ntoultH of now
corporations where tho uticccm of the
biiHine.oH hna not Ih-coiiio ctitablllicd.
Aihiir vh. Ilrliiiincr. 71 N. Y. KIT; Tucker
v. istiue. rz inn. ji'j: lvtmuiui vh. ttiii-iiv
itiK. :il X. 11. K'rli DiukimHin'H Apyeul. IW
Mnso, 1H; Sltntuuni vh. Oliver. 74 WI
Btl. So tire loanrt upon nurgonnl credit
only. Chtrh vk. Onrllehl. 8 Allen li!7:
Harney vh. BaunderH. 1(1 How. KIS. Tho
rcHitlt of many decisions Ih miuuneil uti
l'oui. lvp dun. $H)ll ni follows: "It la
the nettled rule in Liiiity, in the iiboence
of oxprenH dircclloiH in the instrument
creiilintf rhe trust, or of Htntulory per
tiiNslou, Hint trustee or executors cannot
invect trust property upon liny inero tier-
sonitl security, nor upon nny utocks.
Isiuils or other securities or private IiiihI
nc corporations.." l'ei C'uriiitn, in
Mntlocks vs. .Moitlton, HI limine Ml WI.
"Helleclion, study nnd Inquiry would
nt once have convinced tho appellant of
tho inexpediency nnd thinner of Mitch mi
investment. Tho Investments in the nolen
nnd stocks of the Union l'aclcliiir Com
pany seem also to Is1 within thtno claused
what risky business solely upon credit
It had assumed obligations by leasing
two factories In addition to tho one it
owned. The business. Hum npread out,
was sensitive to changes In the markets,
the crops, (lie migrations of llsh, tho
weather, etc., which lire always variable
nml uncertain elements. It hail accumu
lated no surplus. It hud no working
capital. It was liable In Ihi overwhelmed
ut the llrst unfavorable turn in affairs.
Tliis condition of things seems to have
liecn recognl.itl by tho Investing public,
for the stock of the company hud no sell
ing value in the market.
"Tho buliiess may have promised well.
The chance of milking money and build
ing up ii business was probably excellent.
The nppellnnt, n mnn of well known
energy and enterprise, after personal in
vestigation, formed n favorable opinion
of the eoinpany'B prospects. Hut, how
ever, favorable and glowing those pros
poets, we think Hint hi the light of the
decisions of the courts, mid in the light
of general experience, the appellant
could mill should have seen that lie hail
no authority to invest trust funds in
"It was suggested ut the argument,
that if the above views of the law pre
vailed, a trustee is iilwavs in ocrll nnd
that no prudent person would undertake
tho olllee. Tho Invv, however, only ox
ciiidcH from the discretion of tliu trustee
certain kinds of investments which expe
rience has shown to Ihi too uncertain for
trust funds. There ure many other kinds
of Investments of which the law does not
disapprove, and in which a trustee may
In mi honest discretion place trust funds
without fear of personal loss." lb. pp.
Tlio securities objected to nre these,
liana Plantation bonds, SPS.ikki.
Oahu Ittiilwuy mid I.imd Co. Isuuls,
Kuhukii Sugar Co. bonds, SoOtm.
Union Iron Works Co. ls.nds, 3IIXM).
Seattle Hank Hiiilding Co. bonds,
Fui Kee leasehold mortgage, 8IKHH).
Hawaiian Const ruction Cu.'h note, se
cured by 82( xx I -Jd mortgage. Oahu Hall
way Co. bonds, (since tbishenring begun,
replaciil by 1st mortgage IkiiiiIs.)
V. W. Muefarlaiiu'H note, secured by
Union Fwil Co. stock, (since tills hearing
begun, tlio administrator lias raised the
money on this.)
Tho evidence is that tliu Ilium Isiuds
SIlKl.lMKI were raised to pay tor improve
ments, that no dividends have been paid,
nnd that tf'iO.iHXi fur payment of matured
bunds was Isirrowcd for the purpose.
That the plantation depended on ruin
for irrigation, nnd that tho bonds are
secured by u trust deed which piisseH
only ii life estate. Tlio deed can easily
bo so reformed as to carry tliu feo but
now it does not do so.
The Railway bonds, S-t(K),lMH). were is
sued before nny road was built, to raise
money to build the road. The coupons
have repeatedly been defaulted. Nolwmds
havo been sold or have been saleable for
u long lime.
The Kahukii bond-i, Sb'Ci.iHHI, hail to bu
placed to raise money to get agents to
take the plantation which then August,
lb!l hail not taken oil' it slick of cane,
mid hail not got its mill set up. The
McKinloy law was then in force, and no
one could take ougar security blindly.
These bonds wero taken for business
reusons by J. Campbell, S;l."i,IHH); S. C.
Allen. 5?:m,(KKI; T. II. D.ivies ,V Co,
SltiHKi; Honolulu Iron Works, s.tXKij
M. S. (irinliaum A- Co., S'.HKHI; Hlshop A
Co., ?l."i,tMHI. The only disinterested in
vestor was the Dunning estate.
Tho I'lilou Iron Works had only n
leasehold and its plant, much of which
went with the reversion us llxtures, It
paiti a dividend while in debt, and fulled
because it never had capital enough to
justify even its llrst issue of bonds. It
depended for payment of those bonds, on
on prolits expeetetl fiom its Kwa contract.
'1 he Seattle bonds weie based on no
security, as was learned when too late by
.Mr ('has. Cutter.
Tin Kai Kee mortgage is liable to o
worthless any day, whenever tho lifo
estate on which it is bused ceases.
No dillleitlty has been shown in buy
ing Hawaiian (overumeut Ii peicent
bonds, nml as Mr. Atherton testified,
llmt-eluss stcurilles could always have
been got at I or lit ." peicent.
-piii: i niMTi'iiK or bin iummh
X t oiiiplele (nr h.uiM'keeplnn, Inehidlng
a Hue I'prlght Chlekiirlug I'liiuo mid a
"New lloiiie ' StivviUK Miuhlnn. Apply ut
.No. s lb rvlaniii oIiimii, near I'uiii'lilmwl.
J I.' tf
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
ST. VALENTINES' DAY,
FB1B. 14, 1B94,
HV tin not no in for yrlmUng out
Spectacle nml Eiirglatur, but we can
Jit you at price in accordance with the
OUK LINK OK
DOLLS & GAMES
IS WELL A8H0KTEI).
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KllfllUl rrtnTl TvmiWMlllN
lU'lIllliy lUll . I ) UtW I ll"l ii
I O t I
The King of All Typ'vvrltors.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Full Supply of Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
S3?" Music and Books ordered by
T Ami don't forget CASH Is the
b:il of our liiiolnuos nnd It nlwnys tulka.
I luive iiuiL'li plctisurc in
advising my numerous cli
ents that I have received
advices thai tlio Sham hock
IiiNKNS have been accorded
Tho Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
at the Chicago World's Fair
for Table Linen, Towels,
Sheeting, Pillow Linen,
Handkerchiefs and Kin
broidery. W. C. SPROULL,
Sole Agent for the Huwnlliin Uluuds.
ABI'KCIAI, I.IIUUUY 18 KOWOI'KN
un.l .SATURDAY of each week, from
- to -I i m,, on the second Hour of the Fos
ter block, Nuuunu street, over IoveJiiy's
store. Ihitraueti by tliu second iloor, on the
hum lending to the buck purt of the Hiino
tW In response to numerous retuiests,
u trial A II UOLAHSOFTllKOKOt'llY,
one evening a week, free of charge, will he
started In tliu Library Hull, as soon us
twenty udhesious huve been received. In
tending htudeiits, pleuse notify the Libra
tlnn. CSW Hooks lent out to responsible par
ties In Honolulu, und when practicable to
residents of the other Ibluiuls. tU'J-lin
rpVO NK'KbY KUH
X iiIbIiciI Itooms for
(iuntleiueii ut No. 4 Harden
to let ut No. i:t Ku-
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
L iiUhftl Ku
toouib on I.I.
llluv street, opposite Kmt-
kiiii street, uhoilt live lulu-
iites'vvalk from Niuiumi strt-tt
I pi) ut this olllee.
rent on Nuiiuuu
street, hulweuii Vllievaril
iiihi nenooi sireeis, pica
stlllliy loeaieil, for
particulars apply to
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VAI.UAIILK l'IKCKB OF
I Imiirovett Property, locuted
In dill-rent t'urts ol the City of
Honolulu) nil bargain. Apply
for full luirllciihirM to
iuh;i: a a. j. oaktwuiuht.
I TRADE 1
V MARK C
Notice to Consumers I
The new works o the Hawaiian
Electric Co. being now completed,
notice is hereby given that from
and after January loth the. Com
pany is prepared to supply incan'
descent electric lighting to ct(
foiiirr. In a few day the Company will
also be prepared to furnish electric,
motors for power, and nf which
due notice will be given.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
orders for interior wiring and can
furnish futures and all fittings in
connection with new service.
Printed rules, regulations and
Company's rates can be had on
application to the Superintendent.
Wm. 6. IRWIN,
IMtKSIDKNT H. K. CO.
FOR, SA.LE3 I
The itiiilvra'Riiril otrers for sale the follow
lug Ileautlful Stock I
THK FINK lIOItSB
AMI THK HII.I.OWIMO MAnMI
"Angie A.," "Josio W.,"
"Sally Black" and Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"Truo Mho" ami Colt,
Keen at Urrenltehi Btablrn, where prhe and
turum can be arranged to suit the times.
GreenQeld Stables, : Kaplolanl Park.
W. II. UICKAllD.
HAVE YOU TRIED -:- -:-
If you try them once you will
smoke no other.
Any one returning 50 Jockey
Chih Label to S. KUBEY &
CO., No. 614 A'lHjr Street, will
he presented with a beautiful
Cigarette or Cigar Case.
FOR YOKOHAMA 1
A FINK JAI'A.NKBK BTKAMKK
Due here on or uhnut tho end of Muich
will bo despatched with Mulls and
1'asBuugers for the above
l'ort on or ubout
Fur further particulars reirartlliii!
ius;o anil rreigut, apply 10
K. OG-URA & CO.,
Mokuleia Stock Fan,
Wild. COVKlt TKN MAUKB AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, $20.
FINE HORSCS FOR SALE !
T1IOS. W. (JAY,
037 '.'in -a tit Mumnjcr.
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X uuuuof IntureitliiK KeadliiK Matter.
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