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L 8 . KVMNINO JJUMiKTlN, AUOUBT III, 1800.
HMwmi imhi mmii iwp-wi ijn. inn
K TUP WATFRFRnKT M"WH"r0NMW'
Hf- . I I'rnlomlimti-, lint Tlirrn ArtUllirr. A'VjV
HL Hutturn thin MXMon, fur no apparent MtiJm!&k
Till'. IIAIlKi:.MIMi: N. X. OANTI.V. Alt-
Tim Nrlmonrr Norma Arrlvrd Irani
I'rriu'li I'rlfinln Nliol -Odirr
Tlie ttcamcra CUttillnc ami Katul illecliari;
ctl t Oceanic dock today.
Tlie 8 S Coptic will bo duo from San Fran
clcu on Veiltiela) . Tlio Austrnll.i Mioulil
arrive on Frlilav.
TliclwirkcnllticW It IMmoiul will mil for '
tlie Golden (lulu on Weductday morning with
a full cargo of Miliar.
Tomorrow, lilli title largo 11:2 a m; high
tide email lh'.'Opin; low title large 3:13 n m;
low lido finnll 7:vM pm.
Many people went out to co tin- Urttiuli
Iron bnrk flalimlioioiigli wtilcli Ik iiKliorc In
tlie breaker oil Diamond Head jctcrilav f
tcrnoou. Tlio etu- rccnicil to lie pretty
etroiiL', nnd may be Hunted nualn.
Tlie American bnrkentliie S N Cantlc f.rrlv
ctl Sunday uiornliijr from tliu Coast with n full
cargo of general merchandise. '1 lie voyage
was mado In M day, tnlr weather with light
winds being cxnCriHiectl.
The llnu.iiiiui fhooner Norton. tarhlll,
mnter. arrivt tl from French Frigate Slioali
J'eclcrila .iliri innni, nPi ran absence nf phout
nit week from lloiiolulii. The Norma
brought about ten ton ot frozen mid united
liflli tor the local market. The captain nalil
the wcntlHT waa fdr n could bo expected
at the Slioalu at this fcaxou. The trip to thu
tlblng ground whs inade In 4' dais, and
tho return oj oku In 1U dajs. I lie iieh are
of different kinds, and are In good condition.
Sl'NDAY, AUR 30.
Btmr Claudlnc, Cameron, from Maul ports.
8tmr Kaaln, Thompson, from Oahu
Stmr Kauai, Drulin. from Funaluu, Ha
waii. ilktn S N Castle, Hubbard, from Snu Fran
Haw schr Norma, Hoseblll, from French
8tmr Kaala, Thompson, for Oahu ports.
Btmr J A Cuiiimliis, Scaile, for Oahu
Btmr Mokulll, Hllo, for Molokal, Maul and
Btmr Lclina, Nye, for Hakalou and Ho
nomu, Stmr Wal.ileale, Peterson for Kapaa,
Btmr Keauhoii, Thompson, for Hanamatilu,
Kllauea, Kallhlwal and Hatmlcl.
From Son Francisco, per S N Castle, Aug
SO-. Mr Lloyd and nlfe, .Mr IVnrson and wile,
Ml Ileimcr, Mr Taylor.
From Molokal, per stmr Mokolll, AncSU
MrsATrask, .Mrs 0 Meyers, Peter Nalawal,
Jlls Kekipl, Miss Kulae ai.it IS deck pasjen
Kers. From Jfaul ports, per stmr Claudlnc. Aiir
30 President Dole, Mrs Iledeiniinn and !i
children. II A I'anni-Iee and wife, Miss Ham
mond, Miss lliriiuni. Miss lleckwlth. Mlrs
J.imb, l A :priikuli, M.ijor li C Potter,
Father Valentine, C Urowell.S W Kaal and
son, W A Bailey, I) V Naidlina and wife,
Mater Desha, V J Forbes, A K. Jones, Mas
ter J Pa, Master II Henji-s, Muster J Frlel,
Mrs C Oonalves mid son. Mrs Kahale, II A
Kaldnin, A II I.alidu'arf, ! K llionn, II (Hies,
AIater II Hedemaiin, Master Unite, Master
11 (llles, T J Seary, 3 Marks, II F.ckhart.
Mlstes Crownlnberi; H, Miss Mori Is, F
I)auion. wife, I ehllilren and tervant, II l'.s
plnda, Toiiiic Kin, Kim Kook. W titiR Fook,
Kan WiuR Chew, An alia anil 3D deck passen
gers. VESSELS I.EWINO TOJIOItllOW.
Stmr Claiidlue, I'nruerun, for Muni poit
Strar.Mlkaliala, Hiiirlund, for Kaual ports.
OAIICIOKS 1'llOM ISLAND POItTH.
Fa stmr Kauul 15884 bags sucar.
Vi:SBEI,3 IN 1'OUT.
U S 3 Adams, Watson, San Francisco.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Haw schr Norma, Itoscblll, French Frigate
Am bktn S N Castle, Hubbard, San Francisco.
Am bk A'bert. (lilllllhs, S F
Am bk S C Allen Thompson, S F
Am bk HaneoUr, Heck, Newenstlo.
Ilktn Irmcnnl, Scbmid, S F
Ilktu W II Diinond, NlUon, 3 F
Bclirf! W Wiutou, FrlberR, I'ortTownfcnd
FOHKIUN VKbSIit.S KXPECTEl).
Vessels Wheietrom Duo
Am bk Kdunrtl May New York.. Ae ."It.
jn bk rieinlnole Newcastle Due
Mr shj) Elwell Newcastle. .. Duo
tier bk 'plea Jlremcn Auk 'o
Hrlt bk I.adas MveriKiol Aiir io
Tothoulfo of A. M Turner, n sou August
Hie Arixiillini .'Hilar Ylelil I
Vary h tioc niittri have ho n
lccoived fr mi Tuo unit) uiul otlior
sugnr-giowing provinces ot Argon-1
tuiit rcBpootiiifj; tlio migur pluntn
tions, I'lioniniiii'n.il vhph boifiin
in April nnd cwntiutiod tip to tlio
middle of tlnuo, when tnoy worn
Bucctrdod by cold ueulhur otpml
ly phenomonnl. One half tlio
crop hns boen gioutly dHiiiiigcd,
nnd tlio ang r .sviidunto bus
oflbrod tlio pl.m'ei-. kiu-Ii low
rates ft r' tlio niiuititidur tint they
havo throutonid nt t cut tlio
oanoa ut nil
The livening llallctin, 75 cents
(Irrnl Vnrltly of ltltitii--t!iitli-cw t'nliiM
1'rrilinnlimtr, lint Thrrn Arc Otlir ro.
Hatter (lili wttwon, for no apparent
rrn)ii, Imvo cut down brim, vrhon
thoy vrcro mot useful In keeping tho
mm cut of ono'n oyca, nnd rnlwil crown
to n holght which in not pretty aud in
very unliecoiniiig. All tho aine, yon
Imvo not to buy thcM hnta bccauito they
nro tho new nlmpo, Tliero nro nbout flvo
lUlTcront ntyles of ntraw hatu put on tho
market thUminmior, und tlipy nro being
foisted on every iludo tlmt rotnos nlong
to buy, urcordlng to tho New York Her
ald, wlilch miyn:
Tho Riiiooth straw of Inst summer,
with the cwption of n nnrrower brim
I nml higher ctown, is tho fashion this
Tliero is uisotiio rouglier straw,
railed piuetipplo, in two piittcniK. both
with Rtrniglit brims, nnd ptill another
stylo shown Is tho nlplno, fnshloued
nftiT tho lmmburg lint, n pretty conceit
brought out in Loudon last season mid
rrttLV nni.M altint. roruLAit.
worn by men with beard.s who like to
look picturesque. Then thcro is tho
curly brim straw hut, wliieh suggests n
rather elderly stylo of man nnd face,
though tho fellows who wear it do not
wish to bo called elderly at nil.
With tlieso shapes on infinity of ideas
arc displayed in tho ribbons which or
nament tho straw hat. You will find in
all tho Broadway shops Harvard's crim
son, Yalo's blue, Princeton's blnck and
yellow, Columbia's bluo nnd whito,
Cornell's red and whito nnd Pennsyl
vania's red nml bluo. All hatters now
keep theso colors in stock, nnd a bucklo
fastens tho ribbon to tho hat in u very
satisfactory liiniincr. Not long ago tho
clastic hat ribbon bauuwtv; all thornge,
1 but it wrinkled nnd creased nnd litis now
given way to tho buckle. Apart from
tho popular collego colors thoro is an
endless variety of ribbons for lints, so
that n man of any tasto or of any pecul
iarity of tasto cau buy his color3 to
suit his complexion. As n matter of
fact, men very often go wrong in this
department of dress and wear ribbons
1 which don't suit at all.
Induviieo of tlio Wheel.
An iuflucnco of tho wheel noted and
commented upon in tlio New York
Times is its bearing upon domestic
felicity. "Wives nnd husbands, notably
thoso who havo reached tho early forties
and beyond, havo found a bond of com
panionship in tlio bicyclo that is ns
strong as it is oftentimes unconscious.
Tho advent of children nud tho en
croachments of business cares are two
elements of lifo that slowly furco u man
and wifo opart to u greater or less ex
tent, till, after 20 years of matrimony,
H not infrequently happens that with
out any jar or conscious estrangement
tho two uro spending most of their timo
in wpar.ito pursuits. Into this breach
tho wheel has slipped with n magnetic
power. A common enthusiasm for tlio
stool steed brings them together in in
terest, their daily spins in company
make them nmuseinent shurcrs, and tho
silver wedding anniversary i.s likely to
stretch on to tho golden one, if thoy arc
spared to seo it, with their lives hnppily
How tho I'rrnch Conk Carrots.
Tlio Trench manner of cooking very
young carrots is delicious. Coil them
until tender, then cut them into halves
lengthwise. Melt miuio butter in n hot
spider. When tlio buttor bubbles, lay
in tlio carrots und spriuklo them with
somo sugar, salt and pepper and finely
chopped parsley. Fry them until tho
edges becomo crisp and browned. Lyon
naiso carrots aro mado in tho samo way,
only cooking somo lhiely chopped onion
in tho melted butter beforo udding tho
Women abroad who rido tho wheol
aro patronizing a glovo mado especially
for tho purpaso and sold under tho namo
of "cycling gloves," although equally
fiuitalilo for riding and driving. Two
leathers aro employed in tho manufac
ture of this glove nnnioly, tan doeskin
VEKTII-VTl.'I) CVCLIKO CI.OVKB.
mi thumb and buck and tim cape on
palm and under wrists, with ventila
tion holes between tho fingers. It is
claimed that this glovo "has tho great
.t advantages for cycling purpose?, ad
mitting of perfect freedom to tho hand,
a firm grip of tho machine, thorough
ventilation nnd everlasting wear."
I Daily Bulletin, 75c. por month.
ti -Two Stores on Nutinntt street.
4-Kour Lots mi Magazine Hill, 7Sxl20,
From tiM to I.Vjtt enih.
6 hot oil llackleld itrcct, 60x100.
ft A Choice Itesldciuo on I.nnalllo street,
liavlin: nil modern Improvements,
7 A Desirable ltesldctiee at Mnklkl.
(Jrounds well laid out l'.asy tc-rrns.
H Four Houses ami Lots on Punchbowl
street, nil rented nt a monthly lental of f 105.
This property Is L' Id feet on l'ltnchbowl itrce.
with n depth of ii'J'J feet running to tho drill
grounds or armory, with a froutago on samo
lor -4 or ft more cottages. The central loca
tion of the property makes It most available.
o House nnd Lot on Ktnau street. Lot
70x1(10 It. This property will be sold at cost
nnd Is an excellent bargain for a home seeker,
'lho hotiso Is elegantly finished and of the
best workmanship and materials. There Is u
carriage house and barn on the premises nnd
the yard Is well laid out with fruit and orna
10 A Fine Itcsldcncc centrally located,
coutulnlnu i5 rooms. Lot lliOxUOO ft. Tuo
small cottages on the lot bringing In good
11 ilO Acres or Land In Kallhl valley, (Wal
klki side). A stream of water lluws along
this laud. A bargain
U Tu Acres of llcst Collec Land In Funa.
Hawaii, seven miles Iroin Hep. l!y rofl's
Large Cotlec Plantation. Tbu nbovo land
Is In Id In fee simple. Also, Sill years lease on
J.VI acres ndjolnltu; nboe with prillge ol
15 years more, l'rlce f.'.UUO.
14 A Ooicmodlous llcsldcnco on Itasslngcr
street, titled with ull modern coincidences. Or
will trade lor suburban property.
Ill ilouso nnd Lot on llcretanta street.
House contains 0 rooms, and all modcru con
veniences. Lot H5xl45.
17. Fine Itcsldcncc on llcrctnulu street.
For further particulars Inquire nt my otllcc,
18. A House and Lot on Yoiiiil' street.
ID House and Lot corner Victoria and
Ucrctanla streets, opposite Thomas square,
house contains C rooms. Blze of lot lOUx'JOO.
21 House nnd Lot on Young street near
the residence, ot the ltcv. Mr. Hyde. Lot
110x140. House contains eight rooms.
22 Small House and Lot on Kcnumoku
street. Lot noxlOO.
2:1 Pearl City Property.
24 Desirable Trait of Coffee Land on Ha
waii. 25 Two Stores on Nuuaiiu st, opposite Kn
kul lane, also three lodglug houses in the
rear of said stores containing 2u rooms In all.
The nbovo pays 10 per cent, nnd Is leased to
responsible parties for n terms of years.
20 A most Desirablo IIouio on Thurston
avenue. Large grounds nnd beautiful ilow
cr garden; houso furnished throughout in
bard wood with nil lntost improvements.
KjceUent viow of the city nnd ocean, and
ouo which cannot be cut off.
27 A Largo Lot and Commodious Dwel
ling on Green Street, commnnding an un
obstructed viow of tho city nnd harbor. No
choicer residence is to be hud iu tho city
oven by the most fastidious.
US A New House ol seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, patent W
C, servants quarters and stables. One block
from car line at 1'unahou.
20- Only ten of those Lots left near
Kaniehameha school, from2oo to ffioo each.
:;0 Two Houses and Lots on Llllhn street.
Ul All 18 Aero Tract of Land at Kallhl
suitable for dhldlng up Into building lots.
B2 A House nnd Lot on Alakca street.
:i;J-A Beautiful Building Lot nt Kallhl,
11X1x200, cleared, fenced and water laid on.
ill A Gently Sloping Lot on Thurston
avenue, 240x125, having n frontage on (ireen
street of 105 feet, nnd commanding a bird's
eje lcw of the city und harbor.
35 A Lot on Alexander street, adjoining
icsldcncc nfClaus Sprcckels.
Jill Elegant Ikneh Property at Wulklkl.
33-TIieotily CIIOICU LOT left at Mnklkl.
It ndjclns the residence of J A Oilman and
the residence sites of W L Hopper, 11 Laws,
and Dr Wood.
40 A Lease of a Hotel centrally located
anil completely furnished. A good pa lug
4J Lot 75130 New houso of 8 rooms.
elegjnt y finished; servants quarters, enrringu
house, Maiden, e'e, nt the corner of Alapal
uiuKJuurr stieels. (food view of the ocean.
4H Three bouses of IS rooms each, all rent
ed to good tenants. Lot 11 0 feet on Ilere
taula stieet by a depth ol'2'J0 feet through to
Klnau street, and a frontage on the utter
street of loo feet. Good opportunity for In
vestment. 44 Lot on Mnklkl street, 7''Ilo Cheap.
45 Douse and lot on Peterson Lane, Pa
latini. House contains II room. Lot 75x110.
40 Dwelling House of U rooms, fitted ulth
all modern conveniences. Lot USxllO.
Situated at 1'ntama.
47 Vacant Lot on Wulklkl Itimd, 100x110.
48 House and Lot on Nuuaiui street.
Houso contains eight furnished rooms.
Very conveniently located ncir the business
center of the city.
NoTicn: I can Negotiate Loans on any of
the ubovo property tor purchasers desiring
same ut from 50 to 75 jier cent of the value.
1 Wnrcbouso on Esplanade.
2 A Store, on Foit street next to Club
a A Furnlshid Cottage Inn good location
for two or thtee mouths.
4-IIoiiMt mid Lot, 100x230, on Luuo off
Bobool street, tidjoiiiiug Kuuhiweln school
houso. Parlor, ,'t Iij ir.ioms, dining-room,
kitchen, pnutry, ti.itbb.nnso, cauiuge bouse,
Btnblo and outbuilding. Kent $30 per
5- A Ueautlful Summer lUsldence at the
Peninsula, Pearl City, completely furnished;
five rooms and servant's ipiarters. Will rent
cheap to a desirable tenant. The lot Is over
an acre In size nnd w.ell laid out, and com
mands a beautiful view of the harbor,
fi Store Itonin, l04(,t fil per month,
drlvwny Into It. licrctnnta street, icar of
City Feed More.
7 Piece ground !10 feet front, on lleietn
iiln street, next to City Feed Store. Will
eieet good store on ground und lease 5 yens
at Silt pur mouth.
8 A Furnished Residence on King street
In a desirable locality.
0 A Partly Furnished Residence ut Wulkl
kl, next to thu residence of J M McCbesney.
Will rent by the month or will lease to a
deelralile paity. Fine seabathing.
A. V. GEAR,
27l-lf 210 King street.
When you tiro down on your
luck nnd feel ns if tlio world was
cold, hard and dreary, just stop
into the Criterion saloon aud put a
roso-colorod tint on everything by
imbibing u glass of Seattlo
Htcnmors ot tho nbovo Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Detwecn Vancouver, 11. 0., nml Sydney, N. 8. W., nnd cnlllug nt Victoria, 11, O.
Honolulu nnd Httvn (FIJI),
.a.:r:ej idxje jj? Kconsroiii'urxjTJ
On or nbout tho dates below stated, viz.:
l'rom fydni-y nml Hum, for Vtrtorln nnd
VnncoUTor, II. C.l
Stmr "WAltltlMOO" Septemlior 21
Hlmr "MIOWEltA" OctoW 21
Stmr "WAltltlMOO" November 21
Stmr 'JIIOWKUA" December 21
ThrotiKli Tlckots Insuod from Honolulu to Canada,
United StsitoH and Kuroiic.
rnnioiiT ANUPAHSKNtiEiiAonNTfl: I tW For Freight nud 1'nwingo and all
General Information, npply to
D. McNicolTj, Montreal, Cauadu.
HoHmlT Kkuij, Winnipeg, Canada. THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'tl
M. M. Stuiin, Han Francisco, Cal. '
Q. MoL. linowN, Vancouver, U. O. I Agonts for thoIIawniinuTshinds.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steel SteamBhip
" Mariposa "
Of tho Ocennio Stenmshlp Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or nbout
Sept. 17, 1896.
And will lenvo for tho nbovo port with
Mnila nnd FnHsengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now nud Fino Al Steo Steamship
Of tho Oceanio Steamship Compnny will
bo duo nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or nliont
Sept. 24, 189G.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails nnd Passengers for tho nliovo ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All L'oints
in tlio Tniteil States.
EETFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
Oceanic Sieanliii Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrivo Honolulu Leave Honolnlti
from S. F. for S. F.
Sopt. 4, 1890 Sept. 9, 1890
Sopt. 28, 1890 Oct. 3,1890
From Snn Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. Snn Francisco.
.drrt're Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alameda, Scpt2l,'90 I Maiiposn,Scptl7,90
Mnriposo, Oct 22, '90 Mouowai.Oct 15'9fl
A LIFE SIZE
Qua Dosen Photos of the Slltas
CT Is tho LATEST OFFElt we have
Portrait and Landscape
320 Fort stieet, ueur Merchant.
Custom House Broker aud Statistician
General Businoss Agent.
I'rinn Vlctnrlit nml Vidimus it, II, ()., In
Mutn nml Sjilnovi
Stmr "MIOWl'.HA" September 10
Muir "WAMUMOO" October 10
Btmr "MIOWFJIA" November 10
Stmr "WAltHIMOO" December 10
Pacific Mail Steamship k
Occlfleutal & Orieutal Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG:
Steamers of tho aliovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on thoir way to the
nbovo ports on or nbout tho following
Stmr Ooptio Sopt. 2, 189(5
Btmr ltlo do .Tnnrho Sept. 10, 1800
Stmr City of Poking! . . . .Sept. 2S, 1897
For SAN FKANCISCO:
Stenmcrs of tho nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nnd Yokohama to lho above
port on or about lho following dates:
Stmr Doric Sept. 15, 1890
Stmr Chinu Sept. 25, 18110
Stmr Peru Oct. 12, 1890
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO YOKO- TO HONU
Cnbin 8150.00 8175.00
Cabin, louud trip, i
mouths. 225.00 2G2.50
Cabin, round tiip, 12
months 202.50 81G.25
KvtropoanStecrago.... 85.00 100.00
5J"PftHReugerH paying full faro will be
allowed 10 tieicent olT return faro if ro
turning within twclvo months.
CSTFor Freight nnd Poesngo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO
O. L. WIUI1T, Prcs. S. 11. KOSK, See.
dipt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Will leave IToniilnlu at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lnlutiuu, Maalnea Uny and Mukeun the
same (by; Muhukonn, Knwuilmonnd Lau
pahoohoe tho followiug duy, arriving nt
llilo tho uame eeuiug.
LEAVES UOKOLUt.U. ABniVKS 110MOLUI.D.
Tuesdny Sept. 8 Friday Sept. 4
Friday Sept. 18 Tuesday ...Sept. 15
"Tuesday .. .Sept 2!) Friday Sept. 25
Friday Oct. !) Tuesday Oct. 0
lteturning, will lenvo llilo nt 1 o'clock
r. M., touching at Laupahoelioo, Muhu
konn nud Knwiiihno hiiuo day; .Makena,
Maalaen Pay nud Lnkniun tho following
day; arriving nt Honolulu the nftoruoons
of 'luosdny and Friilaya.
" Will call nt Pohoiki, Pnna.
ffNo Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will lcavo Honolulu Tuesday at 5 p. M.)
touching at Knhului, liana, Hnmnnaud
Kipnhtilu, Maui, lteturning m rives at
Honoluln Sunday nioruiugs.
Will call nt Nun, Kaupo, ou Bccotid trip
of each month.
XST No Freight will bo received after
p. M. on itny of Hailing.
This Qoiupnny will reserves the right to
innko ohiiuges in tho time of departure nnd
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not bo responsible for auy couhe
nuoiices arising therefrom.
CoiiHiguecs must bo nt tho Landings to
receivo their Freight; this Company will
not hold itsolf rebponsiblo for freight nfter
it has beoti lauded.
Live Stook only nt owner's risk.
Tliis Compauy will not bo icsponsiblo
lor Money or Vulunbles of passengew
unless plnecd iu tho care of Pursers.
Pahhengcrs aio requosted to purchase
tiokcts beforo embarking. Thoso failing to
do so will bo subject to im additional
charge of twonty-livo per cout.
To Let or Lease.
THE HES1DFNOE OF MF.S. A. LONG,
one mile from postofllce. Lnrge house with
furnituro. Four bed rooms, parlor, large
dining room, pnntry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot nud cold water, with patent closets,
servant houses, stables, hoiso paddock,
garden nnd trocB. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFltKD MAGOON.
tf Merchnut Ht next 1'ontoilkei
Plonoor Dtil I din a' nnd
Assets July, 1S0G, $106,5,16
Money Loaned on Approved ScoatHr,
A BRTlnpi Dunk for Monthly Deposftd.
llousen llullt on the Monthly Installment
Thirteenth Series of Stook now open.
For further partlciilnni apply to
A. V. aiSAH, Socrolnry.
Clinmbnr of Couimerco ltoomn.
OffleoliouM, IIMIO hflOl'.M. ,'17.1-lf
(lenornl Mnnnger of
The Equitable Lifo Assurance Society
Of tho United Statos for lho Hawaiian
Ory-ori Merchant street, Honolulu.
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. 8CHM1DT & SOM9,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
JOHN T. LUND,"
Instrument :- Maker,
Hioyclorciiahiii' and nicl.il plating n
Golil, Silver and Bronze Electroplating.
130FOIITST. : . . TEL.C07.
BRASS SIGHS MADE TO ORDER,
C B. DWIGHT
,.n,wc;s cou,r"cl for all kinds of STONE
OHK, monument work, ciiucnt nnd
slono Bidnwnlks nud curbing. 1 have on
hand tho best Hawaiian stone, Ohincso
grauito, etc. Fino stono for monumental
work. Estimates given nud lowtst prices
nssurod. Telephone 833.
Consoliflated Sola later Co., L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
KOLLISTER & CO.,
DAD K. BAKER,
IT oris t,
Nunnuu Valloy, nbovo the Mausoleum.
All orders given prompt nnd faithful nt-
tention. No extra charge for delivering
Flowors to any part of tho city. Lois,
Mountain Greens and Carnations a spe
Hawaiian ami Foielgn Wills nml .nlnials
mounted In the best miiur.cr, iirlim tlie latest
methods only. Hotel St near UrMctiicw,
Hotol Rt.. iiir Fort. Tol. 302.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER, AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraiaeraont of Real
Eatato and Furnituro.
GONS-ALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
225 Queen streot, Honolulu, IT. I.
M. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
Queen street, Honolulu, ,nnd 215 Front
street, Sail Fiancisco, L'nl.
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commission Merchants.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Impoitcrs and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods,
Fort aud Queen Streets.
ALLEN & KOBINSON.
Denlors in Lumber und Coal
and Building Mutoiiuls of all
Quoon Rtieot, Bonoluln,
Book and Job Printer
Morokant Street, Honolulu, n. I.
Over Hnwniinn Nows Company's
Book Store. my 18,
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone SAO, : ; : : Xo. iilo King St.
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