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NOJ1II MAItl.M! HUMS l'H'KI:l III
Tlio MllmtmU ArrUnl frnm thi inr
dell lair-' ImhIiiiiI mm tin- Inrlno
rsrtnftho MlkiliMri curiro w put Into
ThaMmmcr lwaUnl went on llio Mittlnc
iTIif tmrk Albert reached incur from I lie
BuRnr from tlio lualaiit was rtored In Ucca
file warehouse, today.
The W I! Dltnond innrml to Hallrnml wlmrf
clcrday to toad Ewn eupar.
1 lie bark Harvester linn fliilnlicil iilclinrj
Ing coal, and U taking In lmllnt.
The J A Cnmmlna arrived In with smjar
for tliu W II Dlinnnd Ibis miimlng.
The old bulk Sumatra has bren mined
down to tbe slinlluw water tieur the Quaran
Tlio Mcaincr Mlkahaln arrived wrlj tbla
morning from tbe Harden Isle with pueii
gcra anil ("relent
Tomorrow, lihh tide larco USn in, IiIkii
tldo small 7:10 p in; low tide law I 15 a in;
losv tlilo email .i 1 1 pin.
A lull account of the Jlnaiter to a fori-lun
bark whluli went nsburu at Diamond Head
this morning, will bu found elsewhere In
An eminent member of tbe Hrlllab I'arlla
Difiit, llin J lluimki r Htutiin, smd luil ji ur
in tlio North American Iteilew. "A" n eon
sequence ufrcfindng f "i,i 0i),uul) a year In sub
sidies during tlilrly jearn to native alilp
owners, or I5i),U(M,Uu0, the UuiUd State
lisil to piy In the ame period no lem than
?3,ooo,ooo,ooo for freights, n bile their mer
cantile dwindled Into liwlgnlllcauce.--& F
The Iron sailing ship has lor manyjeara
considered the I'ucllli Cowtt port u iiiippj
iiuntin; ground. Uf late, hoimir, our
ocean tramps hao been fain to take a turn
even In this trade. They ftrlUe aeriM. from
China and elsewhere to the detriment of Mil
lug i-blps. If only u canal could be put
through the narrow inckof bind joining the
two Americas, then, Indeed, the filling idilp
wight soon be p ist pruj lug tor. Liverpool
Jou-nal ot Commerce.
Stmr Kcuubou, Thompson, from ports
Satuiwo. Aujr 'i'J.
Stmr Mokolll, Illlo, from Molokni, Maui
Stmr J A Cummins, Seaile, lrom Oahu
Stmr Mlktxha'a, Ilaglund, from Kauai ports t
OAllOOES FllOJl ISLAND TOUTS.
Ex stmr Sllknhala SHCll bes sur. 115
Iiiikh rice, Scows, 1 horse, nud U0 pkg sun
dries. Ex stmr Keatihoti 1P37 bai;s pnddy, 4 pkj!
machinery, 5 pku sundries.
From Kauai, lier stmr Mlkabali. Auk'J'J
WII Illcc, wife and children, A 8 Wilcox.
Mrs E Kopke and children, I)r Walters and
Mlftj, Ml L Dinies and child, W L Iliuilj, W
C bproull, C li ll.inrall, 11 l Walliin, CE
Kim;, Clustuijtlie, II llulta, Ako, muMi
VK8SKL3 IN I'HUl".
U S S Adams, Watson, San Fraiielxo.
(Coisters not included in this list.)
Am bk Albert (lilllith", t F
Am hk & C Allen 'I hmnisoii, & F
Am bk Ilarrester. Heck. Nouiustlo.
llktn Irmjjord, Mluuld, & F
llktn W II Dlmnnil, NlUon, S F
PobrO W W.ileon, Fribers, I' .i tTownsend
FOllKKIN VKISKI.n EXIT.rTEI).
Vessels W hero trom Due
Am hi; Edward May,. ...New oil;..Ai':'.
m bk Somlnolu. . .'....New castle Duo
ArshpElucll Newcastle. .. Due
tier bK jsplcu Ilrinun Au o
llrlt bk Ladas Liverpool Am; so
SVKOULI-On the 2.trd of August, 1SW, at
Kapala, Llhue, Kauul, Alexunder Mac
dowal Sproull, II F. , a native of Carrlck
fergus, Ireland, aged St years.
nUSTACE At her residence, Fort fircone
Place, Brooklyn, N. Y., July Ilo, 18'JO,
Lucretl.Mi., widow of David llustaco.
and Diotber of Cbne. Ilustaeu of this city,
aged 88) cars, !2 months.
Tho (Jritorion Snloon is a
pleasnnt place to yo to and its
greatest attraction is the pttro,
cold Soattlo beer on draught
there. It makes one's iimBtachi'
curly and puts new lifo into the
Singers lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 made and so'd. High
est awards ut tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for j-xi-o'lenoo of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, great spued, ad
juBtaltility, durability, ease of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Borgerseu, agont,
King and Bothol streets. v
There was an old maid a sick as sick could
Doctor 6ald the trouble was drinking com
Hccomniended "Salvation Aumi IIiianu,"
When, Oh, nluit Joy to tell.
It iilekiy raised her from bor bed,
Itoth strong and sound and nell.
Harry Cannon, Palamii Grocory,
is appointed Polo Agent in tlio
Hawaiian Islands for this justly
Popular Brand of Tea. Hold in
y0 cont lb. packages. His Me
morial mixturo, Young Hyson
and Japan, 25conts, unriyaled for
cheapness and oscollonco of
'" '- mtmmmmmmggmmfm
No Vail I'nr Ilic Slinlgiin.
itttat m 1 rtniplint tlio tirvat of tlio
Outiiliorliunl liuiuiitaliia I cuiiio to it
numntnlncrr'a cnbln, with tlin htislmml
nud wlfu slttlnii on n lotf nt tlio tlixir,
Tlio wuiuau Lad licr Jhw tied up, aud
tlicm wrw u wild look in hrr vyvt, uttil
nflor pitwdiiK tlio tiimi of day 1 nnturnl
ly imiulred what vuu wioiitf with hur.
"Tootlmeho. aiili," riplled tlio Iiim
I'linl "Hho'a hnil it nltrh tipnti n work,
till t hllo'H bill dusolU llld.iy. Wi Mlrt
jpat wnltin fur HumlKidy to cum hIouk. "
"Can't it l)P rurrnT
"Ilcckon not, salt. Ucut wny la to
pull it out. I'vo got Hip jiiuppM lioro to
rto it with, mid I want yo' to help tno n
"I'll liolp, of cournp, but I novcr
pulled a tooth for any ouo iu my Ufa"
"That's nil riRht Sho'll lay down
yoro on her hack, mid I'll hold hrr down
wliilo yo' jiull. I'vo tried it twico over,
but who gitH away from me."
"Aro yott willing, tna'oni?" I nsked
of tlio woimiu.
"I'm williu, of co'ko, " sho rpplicd ns
slio removed tlio baudago from licr jaw.
"This is tho tooth right yero."
"Yes, I soo it."
"D'ye r. ckoii yo' kin pull it?"
"I think I can."
"Willi, now, don't mako no mistake.
When yo' git hold, don't let go, no
matter how much I holler. If sho cuius
out, till right"
"But, uiu'um, you sco"
"(Jit hold," alio iiifprruplod ns sho
fell over tho log nnd her husband cat
down ou her nnd got a firm hold of licr
ears to hold her head.
"Got to do It, strnngor," said tho
man as I hesitated. "Sho's got to that
pass whar sho'll Bhoot if yo' don't. Olap
ou tho pincers aud bust snuthin."
It wns a Holid double tooth, standing
nlono, nnd I got a firm hold, braced my
feet, and with a twist nui a pull I had
it out Not eveu a groan escaped tho
woman. Sho roso np, took tho tooth
from tho nippers and looked nt it for a
moment, nud then turned to mo with :
"Stranger, I don't know how loud
yo' kin hoot nor how fur yo' kin jump,
but from tlio way yo' fotched this tooth
out I'm willin to bel.evo yo'r a purty
good man. Jist sot down and talk with
Jim, nnd I'll bor n smack ready iu about
fivo miuits. "
licr Jaw Vu Sot.
Ou tlio hill bcyoud tho creek was tho
cabin of n squatter, and as I drow near
n man about fiO years old, who had bopn
Featcd on a stump, roso up nnd saluted
mo nnrt queried:
"Stranger, how fur up the road hcv
yo' cum this mawnin?"
"From Harper's Corners," I replied.
"And did yo' meet up with u woman
on tho way?"
"Yes. About fivo miles back I met a
littlo old woman going tho other way. "
"Was sho weepin?"
" Was her jaw sot?"
"Yes, I think it was."
"Was her jaw pot liko a mowl when
ho is determined not to pull?"
THE W05IAK IIAU IIEU JAWS TIED UP.
"Sho hud hor teeth hard shut and
looked protty ugly."
"And what did sho say?"
"Nothing. Wo simply bowed to each
other as wo passed. Do you know tho
"Ileckon I ortcr, us sho's my wife."
"Oh! Then sho's gono to tho htoro?"
"No. Wo had n fuss this mawnin,
and hho's left me. Jist put on hor bun
nit and said bho'd nover cum back."
"Hut sho will, of courso?"
"I nxed yo' if sho was weepin, and
yo' said sho wnn't. If sho'd boon weep
in, that would menu that sho'd t.'iko n
walk down to tho Covmrs and back nnd
mako up with me. I used yo' if hor
jaw was pot, and yo' mid it was. That
muau.s hho'll keep light ou to Brother
Jim's, uud that I'll hcv to foller urtor
her and beg her purding and piomiBo
hor n now kalikcr dress befo' sho'll cum
"Then sho's left you before?"
" 'Bout 100 times snh, nud it iilluH
works that wny. If sho weeps, sho'll bo
back befo' night ; if her jaw is tot, I hov
to go nrter her nnd knock undor. As
this is a enso of sotuess I might as weU
git along and try to overtake her. Sor
ry I can't ux yo' to stop, but yo' seo how
it is. Sotuess is sotness, and yo' can't
uusot it and mtast tharfo mako tho best
of it." M. Quad.
"Marriage," exclaimed tho fat wom
an, "is u failure "
Upon the tablo beforo her wero a
Canadian cent and n plugged quarter,
her aharo of tho gato receipts of her
four hundredth souvenir publio wedding
to tho living skolcton.
Over all tho trembling gaslight oust
its garish gleam. Detroit Tribune.
. ror Sale.
Si Tno rtlnrM on Nliiifliiil slrcet,
t Four litu on Magarlnc IIIII, 75x130.
From UH0 to tMiO cadi.
i-i,ot ou llaekleld street, WtW.
0 A I'holcu lUwhlelunoil I.utiatllo sited,
hnvlntrall tnnderii ImproVemeiita.
; Hi' ni'li Id -i.li" if al Mukikl.
(Iroullda nell laid nut lki) lerin.
8Four lloiincs ami l.oison l'uncbbowl
stn nt, all rented nt a monthly rental of f 10V
'llils property Is Utllfeelon l'uncbbowl atree,
with n dipth of 2ii ftett runiilm; to tho drill
grounds or armory, ullh n frontage on same
lor 1 or ft more cottages. 'Ibo central loca
tion of the property makes It most available.
0 Mouse and Lot on Klnail street Lot
TOxloii ft. This property "Ml be sold at cost
and is an excellent bargain for a home seeker,
The hoiinc Is elegantly finished and of the
best uorkmaiithlp and iimlirlals There U a
carriage house aud turn on the premises and
thujard Is well laid out u lib fruit aud orna
10 A Fine ItcsldciKu centrally located,
coutalulni; .5 rooms. Lot lL'UxlKj ft. Two
small cottages on the lot bringing In good
11 till Acres or Land In Kallbl valley, (Wal
kiki abb ). stream of Hater lions along
this laud. A bargain
l!!M) Acres of llest Collco Land In I'nna.
Hawaii, seven miles lrom Itep. Itycroft's
Lnrgo Coireo 1'l.intatlon. The uboo land
Is In Id In fee simple. Also. !!u yiars lease on
l.V) acres ndjnliiliur above with a prhilcgcol
15 j ears more. 1'rleo (i,M0.
14 A Cotctnodlous Residence on Masslugcr
street, lilted with nil modern coincidences. Or
will trnt'e lor suburban property.
H' Home and Lot on Ileretanla street.
House contains 0 rooms, and all modern con
veniences. Lot R5xl 15,
17. Fine ltcsldence on Ileretanla street.
For further particulars Inquire at my olllce,
13. A House and Lot on Young street.
IDMouse aud Lot comer Victoria nnd
Bcretantn streets, opposite Thomas sauarc
house contains 0 rooms. Size of lot llKJx-OO.
til Mouse nnd Lot on Young street near
the residence ot the ltev. Mr Mjde. Lot
HOvIKI. House contains eight rooms.
2'J Small Houso and Lot on Kcauiuoku
street. Lot fiOxlllll.
2:t I'earl City I'ropcrtv.
'J4 Desirable Tract of Coireo Land on Ma
Wall. 25 Two Btores on Niiuanu st, opposite Ku
kul lane, also three lodulug bouses In the
rear of said stores containing -'0 rooms iu all.
The above pays 10 per cent, and is leasid to
responsible parties lor a tcrnn of jears.
20 A most Deairablo Homo ou Thurston
avenue. Large grounds nud beautiful flow
er gartlcu; house furnished throughout in
hard wood with all latent improvements.
Excellent view ot the city nud oecnu, nud
ouo which cannot be cut oft.
27 V Largo Lot nnd Commodious Dwel
lingoiiOrecu Street, commanding an un
obstructed view of the city nnd harbor. No
choicer residence- is to bo had iu the city
oven by tho moat fastidious.
US A New House ul seven rooms with
electric lights tlnougboiit, bath, patent V
C, servants' quarters and stables. One block
from car line at I'uoahou.
i.'U- Only ten of those Lots left ni'ar
Kamehamelia school, from?-3o to ?()oo cadi.
ill) Tno Mouses and Lota ou Llllha street.
:tl An IS Acre Tract of Land at Kallhl
suitable for dU tiling up Into building lots.
!JU A Hoiisn and Lot on Alakea street.
SO A Beautiful Building Lot at Kallhl,
100x200, cleared, fenced and water laid on.
Ill A Ccntl' Sloping Lot ou Thurston
aw uui, -lOxWi, luring ii fioiitnue on tin n
street uf lO.'i feet, uud commanding a uud k
eye lew of the city and harbor.
t!5 A Lot ou Alexander street, ndjolulug
lcsldcnee of Claus SpreekLls.
hii Klegaut Heath Property at Walklkl.
HS-Theotily CHOICK LOT left at Mnklkl.
ltadjclnsthe risldence of J A Oilman and
the residence tltei of W L Hopper, II Laws,
nud Dr Wood.
40 A Lease of n Hotel ccntially located
and completely furnished. A good pa) In,?
4.) Lul T'ivI.V) New bouo of 8 rooinn,
eli x ml y llulshed; biTvantsipiarters, enrrhgu
hniipe, stables, eic, at the corner of Alap.il
and Ijunrry ticels. (iooiHIew of the oeean.
1 -- lbree hottsi of (1 looms each, nil rcnt
ul to good tenants. Lot 11 II feet on Ilere
tanla btriet by u depth ol UtKl feet through to
Klnau stiiet, nnd a frontage ou the bitter
stieet of loo feet. Good opportunity fur In
vestment. 41 Lot on Mnklkl street, 7''IIo Cheap.
45 House nud lot on IVtcrMin Lane, I'a
lama. House contains il rooms. I.otT.'ixllo.
4U Uuclliiig Moiitc of U roomr, litted with
nil modern coincidences. Lot 1V511U.
47 Vaiant Lot on Walklkl Koad, lOOillO.
4S House und Lot on Nuuauu street.
Mouse contains eight furnished rooms.
Very conveniently located near tbe bubluess
center of tho city.
Notici;: I can Negotiate Loans on any of
the nboio property lor purchasers dcslrlm;
same at from SO to 75 per cent of tho value.
1 Waiehouso on riplanade.
2 A Store ou Fort street next to Club
A A rurnlthed Cottage In a good location
for two or thicn mouths.
4- Houku and Lot, 1 00x2.10, ou Lane off
School sheet, ('joining Kituhiwelii school
hoilKO, l'nrlor, 'A bodrooms, dluiug-ioom,
kitchen, piiutiy. it lihuiiho, enrrinco 1ioum,
stable nud oiiibuibiiiig, limit $.10 pur
A- A lleantlful Slimmer ltcsldence at the
Peninsula, lVurlCIt), completely futnlsbed;
flvn rooms and surwiul'a quarters. Will rent
cheap to n desirable tenant. The lot Is over
nn acre In slru nnd well laid out, and com
mand n biautiful view of the harbor,
0 store lloom, IJIX'43, $-!' per mnnth,
drhi'uay Into It. Ucretaula stieet, rear of
Cliv 1'iuJ Store.
7 I'll co giound !!() feet flout, on Heietn
iiIa street, next to City Feed Stoic Will
erect good stoic on ground uud lease 5 years
nt Ml per month.
8 A Furnished Kesldeuce on King street
In a dcslrablo locality.
0 A Partly Furnished lUsldence nt Walkl
kl, next to the residence of J M McChesncy.
AV1U rent by the month or will lease to a
desliablu paity. Flue seabathh)g.
A. V. G-EAK,
U10 King street.
AVhou you ftro tlowu on yonr
luck nnd feel ns i tho world waa
cold, lmnl nnd dreary, just stop
into the Criterion saloon nnd put a
roso-colored tint on ovorything by
imbibing n, glass o Soattlo
AUOUH'I 80, M
Htenmora ot tho nbovo Lino running in connection with (ho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
llwlvrcvu Vancouver, li, (J., nud Hydncy, N. H. W., nud culling nt Victoria, JJ, 0.
Honolulu nnd Bitva (1'ljl),
ISS 3DXTE3 .A.W nOZSTOXjXJXiXr
On or about tlio dnten below atnted, viz.:
Front Hyilnof and Hiith, for Vlrtnrln nud
Vnnroiivor, 11. O.t
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Soplcmlior !2
Htmr "MIOWK11A" Oclobor 24
8linr"WAnitiaiOO" November 'Jt
Sluir "MIOWiatA" December 21
Through Th'kots IhsuviI l'r
Flll:lOIIT AND l'AH.SF.NOnil AOIvNTHI
D. MuNicoltj, Moutrcnl, Caundu.
Konr.itT Kr.tui, Winnipeg, Onnndn.
M. Jt. HTr.nv, Snn FrnnclRCO, Cnl.
O. MoIj. Uiiown, Vnncouver, U. O.
Oceanic Steamsliiu Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For Snn Francisco:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Steel Stenmship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oeennio Stenraship Compnny will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Bydnoy nud
Auckland ou or nbout
Sept. 1 7, 1890.
And will lenvo for tho nlwvo port with
Mnils nnd Passengers on or nbout thnt
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho New nnd Fino Al Steo Stenmship
Of tho Oeennio Htonmship Compnny will
bo duo nt Honolulu from San Francisco
ou or nbout
Sept. 24, 1 896.
And will hnvo prompt despntch with
Mnils nnd Passengers for tho nlxivo ports.
Tho undoreigned nro now prepnrod
Through Tickets to All LVhiiih
in tlio United States.
C?T"For further pnrticulnrs regarding
Freight or Pnsaugo npply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Sept. 2S, 1890...
for S. F.
...Sept. 0, 1800
...Oct. :;, lsao
From Snn Frnncisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. Snu Frnncisco.
trnt'e Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alomoda, Sept 2480 I Muripohn,Septl7,90
Mnripobi), Oct 22, 'CO Monowni,Oct lfl'00
A LIFE SIZE
Qno Dosoa Photos of the Sitter
tiTIs the LATEST OFFEK we have
Portrait and Landscape
320 Foit stieet, uonr Slorchant.
Custom House Brotor anil Statistician
General , Business Agent.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
from Vlrtnrln noil Vniicoiuri', Jt. C In
Hum nnd Mjiliiui
Stmr "MIOWKHA" September 10
Stmr "WAllltlMOO" October 10
Htnir ".MIOWKIIA" November 10
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Decetubor 10
out Honolulu to Ciuuulii,
EST For Freight nud Fnssngo find nil
Qcnernl Information, npply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for thoHnwniiniilBlniida.
OcciflentalOriental Steamship Co
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG'
Steninore of tlio nbovo Companion will
cnll nt Ilonolultt on thoir wny to tho
nbovo ports on or nbout tho following
, StmrUoplic Sept. 2, 1890
J Stmr llio do Jnndro Sept. 10, 1890
i Stmr City of Fokingf . . .Sept. 28, 1897
For SAN FRANCISCO:
StennterH of tbo nlnivo ConipimieH will
cnll ut Honolulu ou their wny from
HonRkonK nnd Yoltohnmn to tho nbovo
jmrt on or nbout tho following dittos:
Stmr Doric Sept. 15,1890
Btuir Cliinu Sept. 2.", 18M0
Btuiil'cru Oct. 12, 1890
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO nONU
Cnbin J51C0.00 $175.00
C.'ibiu, round trip, 4
luoiilliK 225.00 2C2.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 202.C0 31G.25
European Steerage 85.00 100.00
JSTTnHneiiKurB paying full fnro will be
allowed 10 poiccnt off return fnro if ro
turning within twelve mouths.
CSpFor Freight nnd Pnt-snRO npply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Wildefs Steamship Co's
O. L. WIGHT, l'rcs. S. li. KOSE, Seo.
Capt. J. A. KINO, l'ort Supt.
Will lc(ie Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lnliuimi, MiuilftL'ii Uny nnd Mukeun tho
unmo ljy; llalmlmim, Kawnihaouud Lau-
Imhoehoo tho following day, nrriviug at
lilo the wimu eieuiug.
LBAVK8 HONOLULU. ABDtVKS UOHOLULU.
Tuesday. . , .Sept. 8 I Friday Sept. I
Frldny copt. 18 Tuesiliiy ...Sept. 15
"Tuohday .. Sept. 29 Fridny Sept. 25
Friday Uct. 1) Tuesday Uct. C
Ueturniug, will lenvo Ililo nt 1 o'clock
r. m., touching at Laupahochoo, Mnhu
koun nud Kuwuihuo saiiiO day; Mnkenn,
Manlncn Hay and Lahnina tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of luosdny nnd Fridays.
Will cull nt Pohoiki, Fnnn.
jtfNo Freight will bo received after
12 noou on day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday nt 5 i m.(
touching at Kahului, Iinua, Ilamoa and
Kipahulu, Maui. Keturuiug arrives ut
Honolulu Siindny inoruiugs.
Will call nt Nuu, Kiuiik), on second trip
of each month.
33fNo Freight will bo icceivcd after
i'. n. on day of sailing.
Tills Company will reborves tho right to
mako changes in tho tiuio of departure nnd
arrival of its steamers without notice uud
it will not bo responsible tor nny conse
quences arising therofrom.
Coiibigunes must be nt the Landings to
receive thoir Freight; this Company will
uot hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been lauded.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Compauy will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless plaoed in the euro of Pursers.
PnBseugers nro requested to pnrclmso
tiekets before embarking. Those failing to
do so will bo subject to nn additional
charge of twentylivo per cont.
To Let or Lease.
THE nESlDFNOE OF MRS. A. LONG,
ouo niilo from postofflce. Large houso with
furniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kiteheu, bath rooms,
hot nnd cold water, with patent closets,
sorvaut houses, stables, horso paddock,
gardeu and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFRED MAGOON.
tf Merchant st ucxt Postofilcei
Pacific Mail !Wi k
Pioneer Building; nnd
Atscli ., JS00, $160646.16
Money Loaned on ApproTdl Sectttll.
A ByIiiui Ilntik fur Monthly UfumtUi . .
Henof Ilollt on the Monthly InHMtlMeni
Tlilttccntli .Series of Stock now open.
For fiutlicr piirllctilnrn apply to
A. V. 0 12 All, Scorolary.
ClmlnlxT of Cdiiiinrri p ItrHitiiK.
OIllco liourH, ISi.lO-li.'IOl'.M. .'173-tf
(loncml Mntmgcr of
Tho Equitable Lifo Assuranco Society
Of the United Htnlco for the Jlnwaiinn
Orr'o-i llcrchiint Htrcot, Honolulu.
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
Ageuta for tlio Hawaiian iHlnuda.
JOHN T. LUND,
Instrument -:- Maker,
Uieycli-npiiiiiiig nud nickel plutiiir; a
Gold, Silytr anil Bronze ElLCtropIating.
130FURTS1'. : ; , TEL. 007.
BRASS SIGNS MADE TO ORDER.
C B. DWIGHT
.Tlk?,scoulrnclsforft11 HudBof STONE
OHK, montimeut work, cement nud
stone Kidewtilks nud curbing. I hive on
hand tho bent llnwnifnn ntoii(, OhincHO
granite, eto, Fino stone for iiimiuiucntul
work, llstimales given mid lowest prices
assured. Telephone 833.
Consoliflated Sola Water Co., LI
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nnunuu Valley, nbovo tho Mausoleum.
All orders given prompt and faithful at
tention. Ko oxtru charge lor delivering
Flowers to any part of the city. Loin,
Mountain Greens and Carnations n upo
Hnunllnnnwl Foreign lilru nml Animals
mounted In I he Ih-hI tnaiircr, tiling tbe latest
inetliodBunl). Hotel St near Ur Aletirew.
TTf.tnl St.. nnnr Fort Tol. 802.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK liltOKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Export Appraisement of Retil
Ewtnto nnrl Furuittiro,
GOWSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GKOCEIIS AUD
225 Quoon Btreot, Honolulu, H. I,
M. S GRINBAUAI & CO.,
Queen street, Honolulu, nnd 21C Front
street, San Francisco, Cal.
Qenoral Merchandise and . .
. . Commission Merchants.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers nnd Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort nnd Queen Streets.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dealers in Lurabor nud Coal
nnd Building MuloriulH of nil
Qnoon Rtroot, Honolulu.
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Streot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
Book Store. my 13.
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone 'J38, : ; : ; No. !U0 King St.
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