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HE 8 EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 2G, 189G. j
V THE WATERFRONT ':!lv'"b- Real Bstate
Hr Cojifiimcd Vow isf Mine
IK 'TllHKk VI:HNKI.S SAII.F.U YRSTF.K'
m HAY IOH THK CO ABC
Ilie OTonownl from the C'osit To
morrow-Homo Itcmi lMrked Up
Alone Die Dock.
During the typhoons In the Chinese waters
lately, the schooner of .Mr lirown, who went
loCbliia In tho Velocity scleral mouths ago,
m dismasted. Many other vessels were also
wrecked or disabled.
A private letter front a lady passenger who
went to thu Coast In the barkenline X Cas
tle, states that when a few days out from
this port, tho vessel sprung a leak aim the
pumps were worked night and day lor n few
Tbc steamer Kuala arrived In from Oahu
ports yesterday with Soil hags of rlcf for M
1'hllllps &. Co. She sailed again in the after
noon with n cargo of coal.
The bark Andrew Welch, Drew master,
sailed jesterday Hli2.WS dags sugar shipped
by C llrcncr & Co, jind 4-0(1 bugs sugar
shipped by T II Davies A, Co. 1 lie cargo was
valued at 6i7,(I7H.
u.Ltxl nLhome tho Italian Minister of
today Willi a heavy cargo or conl mm lum- ,? . , , , , , . .
bcr. MrLEAtwnter went m lunte In the MnrillO tologroplied Jllfl COllgrntlJ-
steamer. t lalious and thanks to nin for tho
TlicuarU Amlrew Welch anil At.len Hesse Borvjce8 rendered.'
and tlie uarkeiitlue Hubert fuildin took nd- .,. , ,, . .. .
vantage of the favorable wind jestcrdayj loll liaVO recently VlSltCU
fteinoon. and cot a uood oiiinir. The first South Africa and tho Transvaal,
two eMcift will race to San Francisco, uud -r i,i; ,oj
Uiobarkcutlnc will go to the Sound. !?,, -,
1e bark Andrew Welch, Drew muster. 'les, I loft Genoa 1U December
Mllcd tcsterdny with 2523 baK tugar shipped lnBt, nud Loudon early ill Jailllli-
,rCW,eVn ,' , , . ,. t f ry for the Capo, and arrived after
llu'lmrk P" I ImiI mi In-'iilmi-nf f ,' . rl . . , ,.
Mignrul Uceauie uliurt Una inuriilni;. Mu JuillfSUUS llllllOUB HUll. Attor
irncUlo Miuatiu street pier lo Ulscuurge visiting iiast JjOlHlOll, JL'ort JSllZll
leuialnder of her Inward cargo. , , .,, , ..rUnn T,nHnIU
umily of toal analtt tho Monowal at v ' , ,-,, . , .
e dock. The liner will be due from 8an grange JL'reO OllUO lO examine
Tomorrow high tide large ; 0.S0 p in; high rookd in tho Drilkeuborg IUOU11
tldu suiall 5:10 n to; low tide largu a ru, ' . . . , , , , i ,
low tide small !).','() n in.
Tuesday, Aug 25.
Thompson, lrom Oahu
Tunsinr, Aug 25.
Thompson, for Oaliu
Weiinimiuy, Aug 20.
Stmr Hawaii, Fitzgerald, for llauall.
Slinr Kllatuil "ou. Freeman. forOlowa
lu, Kukaiati, Onknla and luip.iliotlioo.
1' SSKXOIMIS DKI'.VUTEU.
For Kauai, per stmr MCuhalu, Aug 25
eo 11 Falrehllil, .Mrs Hugt-r. Misses Merger
i2). Mtr C () llerirer. C K King. J II God
frey, V T I'lilllltw, 11 1' Walton. W II Itlce, E
8tretz,i;uv A Vi:oresand25ondeck.
For Hawaii, per Hmr Iwalanl, Aug25-Mrs
w II uickard. Miss X uiekurd, Miies itiek-
For Kauai, tier stmr Kcauhou, Aug 25 Jno
Anderson and wile.
For, Maul, purstmr CUtidlne, Aug25-MI
Cornweii, T w (,r.-igg, i: ii ua b-i, F 'Witt-
rock Jfirunnald, Ml ileberg, Mrs Abbott
and servant. Ml-s (J Whltnev. Captain ALL
born, MroCuckctt and eh Id, J K Smyth, J K
KahnoLclf, J W l'rbe, I) C I.llliUay. A II
Crook, Ael.eong, Mon Duck and wife. Aug
iiombcrg, I: a Lyman jr. v v Harris, Mis e
CAnaOES FltOM ISLAND I'OIITS.
Ex stmr Kaala 8oo bags rice.
FOUKION VF98K1.S EXFECTED.
VcjjcIs here trow Duo
Am bk EdwmdMay New Vork..Ai'g:i(),
Abi Iik Seminole New cattle...
At slip Elw ell Now castle
(icr Uk ?pU.u Ilremen
lirlt bk l.adas Liverpool
VKSSKLd IN I'OIIT.
U 8 8 Adams, Watson, San Francisco.
(Coasters uot Included In this list.)
Am bk Albert. Oiilllths, SF
Am bl: 8 C Allen '1 limnpjnn, S F
Am bk llarister, Ikek. Newcastle.
Ilkln Irmgard, Sclimld, 8 F
llktu W 11 Dlmond, Nllson, 8 F
bclirO W Watson, Frllmrg, Port Townscnd
Wru.s-KisNro -In Ibis
city, August 25,
IKflH. at tin residence of llios V Holiron, bj
the Itev f E Hisliop. I) D
Henry M Wells to
Mildred Hcsslons Kinney
I'tilist In 3ih Nome.
Climate of every varioty oxorts
n dill'orent iuiluonuo on tho do
Biros of mankind for u stimulant.
In colder zones bovornges of groat
alcoholic ttr'i'th aro ubmI to n
very much largor dogioo than in
the tropics. Ueer is bot,t soiled
to our oliinak and 1:011c found in
tho market U better I ban that
bearing tho brand of "Paiist,
MilwjM'kke." It m bri'Wt'd from
tho bcbt of milt aud Lup.-, and i
a groat thiiht --la-i'ilier and iuvi
gomtor uud Htiinulatos hn uttrves
and h)uhi-1hb. At tho Hoyal, Cos
niopolitnu and Pnoifio Mtloons it
may bo found, cold nud pure. In
torulmngonblo choeku aro ibsued
which may bo used nt any of tho
M. A. JMxoto, proprmlor of tho
Union bnrlii'i' I'liop, )-'. lo thi
Art Gulli'iy, muii'i'i-toi-t' to yivo n
hIiiivo tlint will iiinLt. jour Imir
curl wltli joy,
Hurry Klmoino luw jml n liiiml
Hfi'ine lofrtnornUir into tho Unuvro
coming my niouols ot tho cnrn-
ygIb already executed, and on com
parison with tho piatiB nud ill
formation in tho possession of tho
Spanish authorities tlioy wore
wondorfully closo, tho rig being
almost identical, and tho differ
ence of tonnago boing only about
a ton on tho tonnago of each cara
vel. My modols woro oxhibited
at tho Chicago exhibition, at
which exhibition I had tho honor
to ropi08ent Genoa. Tho account'
of my voyage ovor tho track of
Columbus has been printed in
book form, with views, maps nud
track on charts. In returning to
Europo in my yacht, after tho
Chicngo Exhibition, I had a nar
row e8cnpp,encouutering a cyclone.
All bands were lashed to tho rig
ging, and tho hatches battened
down. Ono of tho vessels of tho
Italian squadron lost most of lior
sails and two lifeboats. On arriv-
.somo aucient paintincs on the
HilUD, DU1U IU UU UAUUUIUU ny
Bushmon, and of which I made
facsimiles. I then visited Johan
nesburg. As soon as tho Boors
know 1 had no political object in
viow, but was simply a foreigner
ongaged in travol and scientific
pursuits, they received mo most
kindly and heartily. I visited tho
battlonnld ol Kruorsdorp, whoro
tlie traces of tho light with Jaine-
I son's men still remained, and was
, engaged in sketching there when
tho great dynaraito explosion took
I place, with such dreadful loss of
I life, and got some snap shots of
' tho explosion. After inspecting
the mines of tho Hand, and tho
diamond mines at Kimberlov,
returned to Capetown aud camo
iuiicu, io yjuunu iiuu uiiuiu
Oil to New Zealand, Visiting tho
"VYangauui River scenery, Pariha-
ka, aud had an intorviow with To
Mr!,:,: i i , , .,
Whltl, and mudo a trip to tho
'Whnt aro your imprepsions of
.. i i: i ii o. n o
your recent trip to tho South Sea
i'Piv urn vnre nlnnennt T lin-n
. llloy 'uo 01 pleasant. llia0
increased my collection, and also
obtained fl lftlgO quantity of
v......., ...w.. ... ..w ...K ",
pod to mv homo, Castello di
Montegalletto, at Genoa. Tho
customs, history, and migrations
j of those island races interest me,
' also tho atoll formations. The
i Marquesas Group, especially,
aiToid on inviting field for tho
As to tho tatooing o
tho natives, it appears to bo much
more olaborato than that of tho
Maori. I have a largo number
of photographs and sketches exe
cuted during my visit to tho isl
ands, and also in my travels over
tho world. With regard to Easter
Island, and its mysterious stono
monuments nud inscriptions of a
bygone ago by a bygone race, I
have got pretty nearly all tho
literature published, with a viow
to elucidate the historical problem,
also fac similes of tho inscrip
tions. It is possible I may go to
Mexico and Coutral America, in
order to test somo of tho theories
which have been propounded us
to tho roco that raised those in
scriptions.' 'What aro your future move
ments?' '1 leavo by tho outgoing 'Erisco
mail steamer for Honolulu, with n
view of vi&itiiij,' Hid fatuous volcn
nos them. Y-'hilo hi'io I havo
visited tho Auckland Museum and
Free Public Library, and fouud
much lo iiiterc'i-t mu in these in
stitutions.' Captain D'Albcitis is dovotinvr
his life to tin wl and scientific pur
suits, and is giung to tliovvoilu
at large tho benefit of his lubon-.
Jt may bo incidentally mentioned
that Hignor D'Albcitis, 0110 of tho
uxplorois of Mow Guinea, is a
cousin of this gallant olllcor,
Bingoi'B loud tho world. Ovor
111,000,000 mndo anil sold. High,
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for oxcnllnnco of
coiiHtriKition, regularity of motion,
eiiHo of motion, groat himmmI, ml-
notability, dura 1 Iv. uhho of
onriiing (Hid cniivonlpnuo nf nr-
rniipiuont. M. IlorgorMNi, iigonl,
King and Jidlit'l Htrontt).
, , lor Salo.
0 Two Stores on Nuuanu street.
4 Four Lots on Magar.lno Hill, 75x120.
Vtim tiM to 500 each.
5 Lot on HackMd street, SOzlOO.
0 A Cholco Ilcsldcnco on Lunalllo street,
having all modern Improvements.
7 A Desirable ltesldence at Maklkl.
Grounds well laid out. Easy terms.
8 Four Houses and Lots on Punchbowl
street, all rented at a monthly rental of 105.
This property Is iMUfeet on Punchbowl strcc,
with a depth of -til feet running to tho drill
grounds or armory, with a frontage on same
for 4 or S more cottages. Tho central loca
tion of the property niakes 11 most available.
0 House and Lot on Klnau street. Lot
TOxICii ft. This property will be sold at cost
and Is an excellent bargain for a home seeker,
The hotiso Is elegantly finished and of the
best workmanship aud materials. There Is a
carriage house and barn on the premises and
the yard Is well laid out with fruit and orna
10 A Fine ltesldence centrally located,
containing .5 rooms. Lot 120x200 n. Two
small cottages on tho lot bringing In good
11-39 Acres of Land In Kallhl valley, (Wot.
klkl side). i stream of water Hows along
this land. A bargain
1250 Acres of Ilcst Collco Lard In Puna.
Hawaii, seven miles lrom Hep. Hycroft's
Large Cotlte Plantation. Thu above laud
Is held In fee simple. Also, ilO years lease ou
150 acres ndjolnlng above with a privilege of
15 years more. Price -',000.
14 A Coicmodlous ltesldence ou Habslngcr
street, tilted with all modern comcnlcuccs. Or
will tra-Je lor suburban property,
Ill House and Lot on Ilcrctanla street.
House contains U rooms, and all modern con
veniences. Lot 85x145.
17. Fine ltesldence on Ilcrctanla street.
For further particulars Inquire at my olllcc,
18. A House and Lot ou Young street,
lOllnuso and Lot comer Victoria and
lli'i. tiuii'i slrn-ts, uppn-ite I'liolnu s'lmire.
house contains 0 rooms, blzu of lot luox200.
21 House and Lot on Young street near
the residence ot tho Itev. Mr. Hyde. Lot
UUI40. House contains eight rooms.
22 Small House and Lot on Kcaumoku
street. Lot 50x100.
2J1 Pearl City Property.
21 Desirable Tract of Coireo Land on Ha
waii. 25 Two Stores on Nuuanu st, opposite Ku
kul lane, also three lodging houses in the
rear of said stores containing 20 rooms In all.
The above pays 10 per cent, and Is leased to
responsible parties or a terms of years.
20 A most Dcsirablo Homo ou Thurston
nvontio, Large grounds nud beautiful llow
crgaidou; houso furnished throughout in
hard wood with all latest improvements.
Excellent viow ot tho city nud ocean, and
ono which cannot bo cut off,
27 Largo Lot nud Commodious- Dwel
liug on Green Street, commanding nn un
obstructed viow of tho city nud harbor. No
choicer residence is to 1 hud in tho city
even by tho most fastidious.
2tJ A New House nt seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, patent W
C, servants' quarters aud stables. One block
from car line at Punahoti.
2'J-Only ten of tlio-.c Lots left mar
Kainehameliascliuol, licirafi'm to filixi each.
HO Two Houses and Lots ou Llllha street.
31 An 18 Acre Tract of Land at Kallhl
suitable for dividing up Into building lots.
32 A House and Lot on Alakca street.
33 A Ueautlful Uulldlng Lot at Kullht,
100x200, cleared, fenced and water laid on,
34 A Gently Sloping Lot on Thurston
avenue, 240x125, having a frontage on (i recti
street of 105 feet, and commanding a bird's
eye Iew of the city and harbor.
35 A Lot on Alexander street, adjoining
residence of Claus Sprcckcls.
SO Elegant Ikach Property at Wulklkl.
33-The only CHOICE LOT left at Maklkl.
It luljclns the residence of J A Oilman and
the residence sites of W L Hopper, II Laws,
and Dr Wood.
40 A Liusu of a Hotel centrally located
and completely furnished. A good pajtug
12 Lot 75150 New house of 8 roomn,
clcg-iuliy lluished; servants quarters, cnnlage
house, M. ililcs, eic, at the corner of Alupal
aud Quarry kt'ects. liood view ot the orcan.
4'-t Tbne houses ol ii rooms each, all rent
ed to good tenants. Lot ll 0 feet ou Here
tanla Mreet by a depth ol'20'l frit through to
Klnau street, and a frontage ou the latter
street of loo fi'i't. (inoil opportunity fur In
vestment. 41 Lot on Maklkl stieet, 7.'xIlo Cheap.
45 House and lot ou Peterson Lane, IV
lama. House contains II rooms. Lot 75x110.
40 Dwelling House of 0 rooms, fitted with
all modern conveniences. Lot 125x110.
Situated nt Palama.
47 Vacant Lot on Wull.ikl Itoad, 100x110.
48 House aud Lot ou Nuuanu street.
Houso contains eight furnished rooms.
Very couvenlintly located near thu business
center of the city.
Notice: I can Negotiate Loans on any of
the abou property tor purchasers deslrlug
same at from 50 to 75 per cent of the vulue.
4 Store on King street near Fort strict,
5 Olllce ltoom on King street mar Fort
0 Wai chouse ou Esplanade.
10 A Store on Fort stieet ne.xt lo Club
12 A Modern llMelMngon Thurston aveti
tie, comuiumlliu t-u t '. plloiml lu ot thu
13 A Five ltoom t'ot'ngu on IUietanla
street in a dcsiruMu locatliu, or Mill leusu to
n good tenant
II A Furnished Cottage In n good location
for two or lluee months.
IU IIiiiinp mill I!, lOOx'-VU), 011 Lauo off
S01 ool ntun't, ndjolnlng Kiiuliuvelit school
Iiiiiiiki, J'uilor, ,'J boiivdonis, iltning-rooui,
kitchen, pun try. lutliluiisu, cmriiigo liouse,
hlub'o uul oiitlmildiiii;, Kent .,$."() per
17- A Ueautlful Stiiutner ltesldence at the
Peninsula, 1'e.irl Clly, couipjetely fuiiilahcd;
lle rooms and sci Mint's qit'iitcrs. Will lent
cheap lo 11 du!r..LU titiant Tlie lot Is out
nil aeiu In l.e uud well laid out, and com
inamlK a benullful view of the harbor,
IS Stum Koniu, fill x IS, $25 per month,
ilrhewa) Into It. Ilercluiiln street, tear of
IU Plecn ground 30 feet front, 011 Ileieta
tila stieet, next lo City Feed Hloie, Will
Heel good stoic 011 ginunil uud lease 5 )wn
Ml Mil iiei'ilioiith,
W-- Neil I Cutlugu on .Nmiilllll Au'iiiie,
lil A rtirnlthed lluslileiuu oil Un liet
III a ilmliablo locallly.
A, V. O-EAB,
Btonmors ot tho nbovo Lino rauniiig in conncotiou with tho
CANADIAN PAOIITIC BAILWAY
Botwccn Vancouver, B. O., nml Sydnoy, N. S. W., nnd callinff nt Victorln, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Suva (I'ijl),
..IRE 3DTTE -.T KCOnSTOXjTTXjTT
Ou or about tho dates below stntod, viz.:
From Sydney mid Sun, for Victoria) and
Vancouver. II. O.i
Btmr "WAKHIMOO" Scnfemlicr 21
Stmr"MIOWEltA" October 24
Stmr "WAHMMOO" November 21
Stmr 'MIOWEKA" December 21
Through Tickets i.sNiicd from Honolulu to CiuiimIii,
United Stut ch tintl Europe.
Fnr.iauT and i-arhknoeii aou-nts:
D. MoNicolij, Montreal, Cnundu.
ltoiffiiiT Krhii, Witinipcg, Cnnndn.
M. M. Htkiin, Htm Fnmcisco, Col.
G. JIoL. Bhown, Vmicouvcr, B. O.
Oceanic StBuship Co.
For S?n Francisco:
Tho Now and Fino Al Btccl Steamship
" Mariposa "
Ot tho Ocennio Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydnoy aud
Auckland on or nbont
Sept. 1 7, 1890.
And will leavo for tho nbovo port with
Mails nnd Pnsscngora on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steo Steamship
" Monowai "
Ot tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
lio duo at Honolulu from Sim Frnucisco
on or nbout
A.ng. 27, 1 80G.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho nbovo ports.
Tho nndoroiKned aro now prepared
TlirouKli Tickets to All L'olnb.
in tlio United States.
EgrFor further pnrticulnrs rejjardinu
FroiRht or 1'iihbuko apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
Oceanic Steamship Co,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S, F.
Sept. 28, IMHi...
for S. 1
.Sept. 0, 18!)fi
..Oct. II, 1SD0
From San Francisco From Sydnoy for
for Sydney. Snn Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Monowai, Aiib.'DO I Maripobo,Soptl7,9fl
Alameda, Sopt 24, 'U0 Mouowui.Oct lo'OO
A LIFE SIZE
One Dosea Photos of tho SUtes
priH the liATCS'C OFFKU wo lmvo
Portrait unci Landscape
.'120 Fort htieet, near Muicliant,
Ciislem Houso Broker aiiilSlallsliciaii
Australian Mail Service.
l'roin Victorln nnd Vnneoiiwr, II. C, to
Huvn nud S jil lie VI
Stmr "MIOWEHA" SeptcmberllO
Stmr "WAIIltlMOO" October.10
8lmr"MIOWEltA November 10
Stmr " WAHHIHOO" Decemberllfl
t3T" For Freight nud PiisRiigo mid nil
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'cl
Agents for tlio Hawaiian iHlutula.
Pacific Mail Wnip k
Occiflental & Oriental Steamsliip Co
For YOKOHAMA riiu 1iG:.uKOIu
Steamers of tho ahovo Companies will
call nt Honolulu ou their wny to the
nbovo ports on or about tho following
Stmr Coptic Sept. 2, 189(1
Stmrltio do.Tautiio Sept. 10, 1890
Stmr City of l'ekiugf. . . .Sept. 2S, 1SU7
For HAN FEAN0ISC0:
Steamers of tho abovo Comi.nnies will
call at Honolulu on their wny from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho aliovo
port ou or about the followiiiK dates:
t-'tinr Oiielic nK, 28, ISOG
Stmr Doric Sept. IS, 1800
BtiurCliiim 25, 1SU0
Hates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO noNo
Cabin S1C0.0O S17G.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
mouth- 225.00 202.60
"nbiii, ruiuul trip, 12
uo.ii.hu 2C2.50 IJ10.25
huropeiuiStceino 85.00 100.00
CjrTnbscuceiK puymj,' full fare will bo
allowed 10 peiceut off return faro it ro
turning within twelve months.
C3yFor Froisht nnd I'ossaRO apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO
ilder s Steamship IVs
C. L. V.'IOIIT, Pies. S. B. KOSE, See.
Cnpt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Will leuve Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching nt
Liihiuuii, Mualiiea Hay anil M. kcuu the
Gjuio djy; Miilittkoim, Knwuiliiio ami X.au
pr.hoehoo tho following day, arriving at
llllo tho sumo evening.
LEAVES UONOI.DI.U. AEBIVES HONOLULU.
"Fridny Aug. 2S Friday, Sept. 4
Tuesduy, . . . ,So t. S Tnesiliiy . . .Sept. 15
Friday Sept. 18 Friday Sept.2S
"Tuesday, ..Sept 20 Tuesday UctC
Ilotumiug, vil! leavo Ililu nt 1 o'clock
r. it., tnueluuj; nt Laupiihoehoe, Malm
kona nnd Knwuihno biuo dayj Makona,
Slaalaea Hay and Lahaiua the following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of 'lueudoy and Friduys,
Will call nt l'ohoiki, Pnnn.
gjVNo Freight will be received after
12 noon on day of Bailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday nt 6 p.m.,
touching nt Knhulni, ilnna, Humoaaud
Kipahulu, Jluui. itcturniug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call nt Mil, Kaupo, on secoud trip
of each month.
jS?-No 1'ieigl.t will be iccelvcd after
P. M. on day of .aiin.
This Compuny will rebcrves the light to
runko changes in tho time of doparluio and
arrival of its HteiuneiH without uotieo nud
it will not ba lusponnible for uuy coiihe
(pielieeH ni ising therefrom.
CoiibigiuieK inuBt ba 11 1 tho Landings to
receive thoir Freight; thin Company will
uot hold itself responsible for fitight after
it haH been landed.
Live Stook only at ownerV riHk.
ThiH Compuny will not bo lot.poimiblo
for Money or Vnluubles of pnohcugtrH
unloHH plaocd in tho caro of I'nrHern,
1'iishongein nro requested to imreliano
tiokeU before embarking. TliObo (ailing to
do ho will ba Hiibjoct (0 1111 additional
charge of twenty-live per oont.
To Lot or Lease.
THK 'UWIDFKOBOF MllH. A. I.ONO,
one mllo from pnntofllco. Largo Iioiiho with
(nrnltiiio, Four bad iodiiib, parlor, largo
dining ronin, puutry, kltelion. Imlh rooms,
hot aud eold water, wllli puteui elonetn,
riorvont lmiihCri, triable, hnmn pmhlook,
uiinleii nnd tlei'H, A olmrinlnu Innillnn,
Apply i J Ai.rni:i) maooon.
If Meiulmutkt,, next I iikliilthe
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 189G, $10G,6J,6J5
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
A Batinp Bank for konthly Depo.iU.
Honws Built on the Monthly IigUllment
Thitteonth Sories of Stook now open.
For further particulars apply lo
A. V. GEAR, Seorotary.
Chamber of Commerce ItotmiH.
uuicououra, iJisau li301'.M. 37.1.tf
Oenornl Mnnngor of
The Equitablo Life Assuranco Society
Of tho United States for tho Hawaiian
Oivtirt Merchant stroet, Honolulu,
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
Agents for tho Hawaiian IxlnnrU.
JOHPI T. LUND,
! instrument -:- Maker,
Dieycle lepnliing nud liiekol pluting a
Gold, SilYir iiin Bronze Electroplating,
130FUHT ST. : : : TLL.C07.
BRASS SIGNS MADE TO ORDER,
C. B. DWIGHT
Takes contracts for all kinds of STONE
WOKK, monument work, cement nnd
stono hldewalks nnd curbing. 1 have on
baud the best Hawaiian stone, Chinese
granite, etc Fino stono for monumental
work. Estimates givon nud lowest prices
assured. Telophouc 833.
Consolilated Ma Water Co., L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLL8STER & CO.,
DAVID K. 33AKER,
Nuuanu Valley, nbovo tho Jliiusoleum.
All orders lven prompt nnd faithful nt
tention. No extra charge for delivering
Flowers to nuy purt of tho city. Leis,
Mountain Greens nnd Caruatiaus a spo.
Huwnllnn nml FohIumi l.nl? anil Animals
mounted In the Ik-m inruner, in-liiu Hie latest
inetlioilsoiil. Hotel hi near Di iktirew.
Tlotfil Sfc. Ti.vr Fori. ThI. 302.
J as. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEEIt AND STOCK BHOKEn
No. 45 Queen Street.
Export Appraisement of Real
Eatato mid furniture.
GOWSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AKD
225 Quoon street, Honolulu, H. I.
M. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
Queon street, Honolulu, uud 215 Front
stitet, Ban Fruiitiiuo, Cal.
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commii-sion Merchants.
Al. PHILLIPS & CO,,
Wholesale Importeis nod Jobbers of
European and American Dry Gcods.
Fort uud Qui on Streets,
ALLEN & HOBINSON.
DoulniH in Lnmbor uiul Coul
and l!mldin(; Muturinlh of nil
Qnouu Ktioot, Ilonoluln,
Book and Job Printer
Morolismt Stiuot, lTonolulii, II, I,
Ovor ILnwniinn Nowh Ooinpimy'H
Honlc Htoro, my 18,
II, IIACICriJM) & GO,
Oknkiuii Oduuihsiuh AfinwrH.
Cor, Tort mnl Qiildii titivwit., HuikjIuIii,