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W. S. AB.HSTROSC EDITOR.
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C- G. SASJLSNTYXE.
PRSJAX. JTN: X,
Srnrt -- tfve oksS
o tie scs
Tr - StoSf
festafe. k is lie "Est aareaeac
AaerieL LoiiJc; sca Aft bmoc.
as kMd ik Tffetora mm tr"
tit tmrniSmtms. Th ss iek
ant fe . BtTe I
f msss. smA to them H,PeJ fcer
nw w u
of s. dfewAexei arem. BRiakktacTi
xae aaeqMeoBilkaavBs. fcatHee tae
TsUdk pvnxm Ac imlliua off
eiaas fe aa&aenem. Btvao
s ia th eats
f aater oaJy
Jtmm,iM laafias of tae Aamcu
at. ia !. m An ImmUms at
x adgate at AaKcksa tmaae ia 15-x
xiai of ytarc. tten?
is aot break ia the thread at hfeusrr
if a amts how xae hacdes
farsari aai aacircai ia ta
We saaL test yar. that the-
s&e aoar of Cata. Dai aay oae
ecease of it. dot the tsiav of SctsB
vaaai he iaali ia the de-oar off
t&e TailUajian Tx. ths staai ok
ear shored toiajr. a arigaae of saea.
aho ai to -Bort: oat the fejoay of the
flaafaafeEw aaa pshaaf astefatiBe
that of wte lianas.
"War has fca, aad fe aocr, ihe iKtt
of aattoar? aai
Ta sheik that He ia the
at or vamHBt are
zM anas aateioaaiy aauaaaftioa f
HdaaasEvcdoa. the tates that wf
oat oaf fiaes oa the aiaps aai att&e ,
The aaes who pail the
tzxars of the riaeaeai gmas, at the !
-sari of ate the oaSsnaa
aafof 4e 3ew Order of taias. article?
u of tie
A aaaataei yeaxs waaU have -
0 y awtter ate
heeathe w.t.htiu of
The ease is rather ifeaaerate.
'"' rt"'. aad ahiJg s"3 f Aaaeotioa wffl kaock the areseat law
Taday they Ranssat iataapfe& sot I
to Jfecie w ikos 7sho
mm or dynasties. " "; f it ifc gBeoHioa of s laws, aad are
of tiaops hoe Meaas aotfaia& 3ke
g Ed3 u Ae (wat?
as a ercat or fan m rtaasrwiK ,
mmi B aad sad ex-
h 'i -Bm hi unK rnahMavaam her riss
hateffisaatt eaa The I
of eveats aukes ahaost the P
of history. Saaia adarales
is the Carribeaa Sea.
caad on Hawaii. te&
aiway ia the oceaa. There
is ao Tfeihie comaeetstai helsrae these
erais. Bat there is sffl the rferioa
of eaaseaad eSur batwea ihsm. eh-
ICEXSOe WE SALE OF
It is asa aaiortaaatE kn h
the aiupw&ei baa u
the sate of oafam to those arty who
are ia the habit of aaag it. the
people do aoc paB xogethcr. Those
who are im favor of the Beeese are
jest as faoaest aad capahiEv aad wise, j
as those who oppose it.
aaa the Twstal. raorsoTsr,
who i&Tor this emrafaBy nescricted
hsTe had a daily eiesiesce
aeriac the 3a days of the year ia
feidas this opia feed, aiBe the
TCPf of the Woman's
Bserd. aad CoL Alfes have oae neae.
T&e sarggxstiom of thse capabie
servBHts with whota is the
of the Bocc, we beltere. osght
to be iaiaiasaie.
The Brfl with sfe jes crarariaa
with strifes a? aaddown the
leerfeg sad lggffrgac the good t
people, saapfcsg de aagers zz. the
the ft-.-J, the?
Cofifettor, aad the prafecry law. Ha
3oc oaly lpwryg at the law, bet rtes
seTBTsl hcadred thoesa crs a
jEr of "boodle" oat of it, aad freds
4 ? a gyag of ads Bgefcg
Apostles -rife ft. The good . i
toe, ow!2g there fe aow the
test of few that ever
eri bene, aad that the Devil
""dowa." it ia thi aasas,
of aad cry oat. "Oh! yce bed,
hf ced BeTfiU Toa oagst to fee
aSed of ye3iL" Aad the Devfl.
who etoys saeh lsjag. les aad
srutpe M fzgss fgrfn, d spits oa
iti law, and whispers to his gang of
ulssit tiey r iv rKw
- t.UKnt r "W fc i
IzLk tiis . h
srd rs a-d aichts
ihe XviL hare that istad
e ktag A WtkI Oa to
b i w. aad. Cities thai, t k a
lac t ay cafe o it. a 3?teE fee si
?lr t&i fee x Trtak. of ?cT;ti?
bis fcut s;iS iST PSt o of
joatessL T55e S&kk ars 4ej?i;e
zal isssa oJ sia & t& Birtt
"xae a4 saaaT tier progcs to eo
. a .Vh. V. - iX I
sau.eattiK3 "- -
gse. 5k t6 fo?te watt apr.
flB a liWPi"" - i2iHiE ;
" i- , mm.- . .. t
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"f - . . , ""'." - i i --"T
IBInWV("liiviiv ii 'm bib i Y " " " nl .
a a? -- xr . --
"".(CGEte v lteted to iafona
atvi. Aae ha .
, . .IV.-W-
J23 WA, S SV-C JtfS w..
frasa 'Jte Itgiaaias. la sKtias sssi
- te s. eec
Another Sriu. ut; Thert t?
Bt a SBMfcsIer of oprani or a
oiacial on tho Iland.
who dsfe not trike hand hcartily
rith the Woman's Ban3. in op-
-pa?in any Hcene law. Theyf
xvfeh the law to stand as it k.
Taer oire that the svw nee aad
shoaM pfer lata their haoii&
Tate aw Btaie tew aenve tie
afe ptafiti, aai they aritl ba kt
QoaMal to txc Foee sko -sill aid
ihsa. ia 'fc the? pcoau. We arc
sntiaf facts sot theone
E; kk a Bceas totecate evilT
WL coTeraaeat ss oalr a
atee fcetw&sa. richt aa The
of WrlHastse. oae of the riost
r n, if-
jeaK sahL he "aeTer coaM hare Ms
wn 3e foaae that
aat aa verfeLsuas: cocaanKaise. f
Aa exisiaeat a ushsd Hcease t
et- he a eoopctiaise. Bat "TaeM it
sot he better to tir it for a -a-Mie,
aaa see if it gets ms oat of this
7 of traspei ajoa.
P9ficaes. ss4e correct, aad the Devil
iaagiias: at a?, with ate shop ia towa
fait of oaten?
There is another eanoas asaeet to
tie case. Ko oee eaa coasisteatly ad-
rocate "aasexadoa," who faTors the
pcect pcohibkocr few resardia?
The sapresse few of the ITaked
Sates, if RnaPT?.tioiR taes pfces. per
mits eTeey satire, aad cTcTT"
u iapoct oataai. This rsay fee
asjana9te. Tiae asd agaia soiae
Scies of Anezka hare prohibited the
isponauoB of Baor, aad ia ererr
,,-. 4.- pr w
saoag u. Mow caa those who
-i-art--;!- .. u. -. w, ,kb. v.r .
law forbaairac the lafoctauoc of
oaiaav. aiiocatf aaaeraooa which
suraD enerr store is. the Isfeadi with
pesxeaee, a chaace to aght the Devfl l
S .' .- ! 1 il .i i W .
mm, u kzctw ul lbl - -- of sct
: ,.j :.. ,. , -,-.-.
r J JC ! 1- MtftK UC NCCU
The 3ritish Coasal MelT&sy, is
cats Essde a eoasalar report, J
which, attracts bc auesuoa. He
states the becneeix the Ger-
at aad the f oreisi
rcfs! taterests, which discloses the
streagih of the Gerasaa. rsovesest ia
foreiga trade. The
is creetiBg a foreiga
iEsperisl policy, by siar the
ed power of the state to direetlyj
it ant oaly
aeee ap aew posts for the
etarers aad bat
the trade itself, so that there
will no. he arseae iao aad
It is takiag dvage of
its short, bet Talasbfe exirieee ia
foreiga trade. The eoas&l says taat
the orgaitg powers aad edacatioa
by the Gaaa throBga
service ia the array, is ssed
to orgaaire a aew Tst system of
He says: Is there, ia the history
of the co-x-i world, a pe raDel
esse of an old cceatry having made
strides towards commercial :-
cess withia hIf a ceatary as that of
Germany, which was ony eoastitated i
2 empire e years
ago, dariag which time sach an
long depressioa ia trade was
pessea with a huge y to
support, a navy to create aad develop. 5
sad so to lean.? The thing i'
gaSgae eager z ptt;:1, aad
. e I
30- mprat -.
secret al this ree '
saecess? Its is miBtaiy
;rrff? :n teA r fri I
eestry to zaeet the resrarit there-
oL What is the octcome? Gert-any,
a great povr. is oa the ere
of into a naval and com-.
mrcl 7 power of the first . iho ?
FRIDAY, JUSE S. 1SS&
.-. v, -.v rV K1 of Cd5tS Of til
ESipsrer iw ire-$- .;-
who && tQ cet down Ws
P ia order to pass the Oatas.
to compete with, the Germans ia their
Tfc S?asisii Cvtfi5 bvarw extrited
rxestlr or a sttSat that ia oae
lei ti ivt rmst2cats betvrfa
Arssrfcaa fi?t stni soa:e Spanish
forti5(Uccs tl AcirriS hsi. tor
fssci tiste. footed tfe S?JuiI:iris by
fcoisds t&e Syaaiili Sag. This
ac of the Anerkaas ttss
li .. ..st At? t.
rVi CJ. &Wfc.w.VN -
Sjvsish ! itausssaces at tee TiTOpaa
Tfee stocr sboac asiag the Spialsh.
asaoaaeaeat of the Sjviaish
rseat taoy be. that it is eagasxd la a
war with the Uaited States solely ia
wars ia the Low Laads. the Spaaish
cosassaaders crowded taea. woaiea aad J
- ?.- l P
chilorea or tae coaaerea civies iuiu
terses. corerei then cp aad drowaed
thest ia the rivers. Thea they resorted
so the charehes. saasr Te Deans, arid
thaaked God they had hoaored the
That aow vaiaabie historkal
caeat. the Frccfeaatioa of the
Gareraor of the fsmpptaes,
iac the Ataerfeaas as savages, is ex-,
eelleat evMteace of the f&et that the!?
Spaaiaras have persaaaed theraselves I
uaa" ajaiast aa aktaeSc by the bar-
There is bat oae way to settle with
people, who hoki sack views; deaa
them oat. The Uaited States hare
beea for two years opea to the charge I to
of penaittia? ootrases, raisrale aad
eraelty to woaiea and children ia
Caba. As the Spaaiards call their
raie dvilked. there is aotMag to be of
doae, bat settle oace for all tirae,
what "ctviliratioa" raeaas. The sword
zaast do ic
THE CLIMATE OF MAMIJU
The Psilipoiae Islands are pecaliar
ia haviag three seasoas, & cold, a
hot, aad a wet. The wiads are
roa Xoveatker'to Febraary or
March, aad woafea clothias and a fire I
are desirable. The hot seasoa lasts or
from March to Jaae, aad the heat, is
oppressive, aad thaader storras of
vioieace are coraraoa. Darias
Jaiy, Aasast, Septessber aad October,
the rain coses dowa ia torreats, aad
iarse tracts of the lower couatry are
WASHINGTON,, May 2S. A carefal
poll of the Hoase has baea. awde which
shows 199 votes ia favor of Hawaiian f
This gives f. good work- I
tag iasority ia its favor, aad one (
which wiH iacrease dairy from now on.
Speaker Seed promised that if it
, , . . f
were pfeaaly by the great body
on toe iiepBoueans ia tae noase taat
the resolBtioa should be acted on, he t
woald fey the matter before the Com- i
aktu m 7fcr ti fr TTp
bsea to his satisfaction. to
aothiag reias bet to sec the day.
Press-re is to bear to '
hsve a vote oc the resolatioa this
week. K the Senate makes good pro-: t
gress oa the War Revce bill this , :
y be doae.
Presadeat McKinley would like to,
hve take place before the
seeoad expeditioa leaves for Manila,
thereby see-is all the advaata
be derired from havlas a halt-way
heese at Eoaolala. ,
Senttmeat ia the Senate is veering,
La favor of aaneiatioa, and
when it is csmoastrated. as it will be, .
-feat a ferge raajority of the Senate J
favors it, the raiaoriry will not find it '
espeaieat to hostr agaiast a rote '
WHITE AND TAWNEY.
Nqw YORK, May 2. The Herald's
aseiagoa correspondent says: I
When the Sawailaa mat-
JtT comes sp la the Serte it will be
fiefiht 'with sh PrTT,iTtinr, hv
, - ... f
Senator White and other oppoaents
of Seaaior White has
(given notice that a campaign of delay .
wffl be entered span, which wBl
deanitely postpnae the adioarameat of
Costgress and will retard all
ttoa, no matter how pressing ia im-
Represeatative Tawaey of
ta preseated CaptinHatch of Mia-;
aeso to the President today. Mr. 1
Tawaey, ia diseessing the Hawaiian, I
arirfgyatioa issae, gave his personal
r .- t
,foj(o aat e report 01 tae Foreign
satrs committee oa the Newlaads
. -. - ,
S60"11202 m ea up la tte
-, , Pt ?t tais wees ana
,k ior cesate woald be allowed. Ho
S3 made a personal canvass of the
Repabticaa side of ike House and s
-- IS 2epaca5 ready to rote
Lfrff1. A of I
s1263' a,e S2ld' favored immediate con-
MR. T. H. DAVIES
Sii Bbis of Is Mill Be-all
ALL WILL BE DEEPLY GRIEVED
Was Leading Cltirenjof Uberal and
The whole Islaad coaiaiuasty will be
greatly sarprised aad aiost deeply
griered to kora of the death of Theo.
H. Davies. The aierehaat priace aad
philanthropist passed away very
ia Sagiscd oa May 25. Worvl
&, WdmWMA$& j
xtV r i ffar"araW kiK riai'j?Pv A a
'if 1 11 1 - ' tit "i riiu aavwwww
THEO H. DAA1ES.
tPhoto by niliaras.)
this effect was received ov P. C.
Joaes frora R. P. Rithec
Mr. Davies was a native of England
and came first to the Sandwich
ia IS01, aad entered the employ
R. C Jaaion ia the mercantile establishment
which now bears his (Mr.
Bavies") name. A few years later he
weat to Victoria, B. C, and Portland,
Oregon, in the interest of his arm,
w,hlch had also braneh houses in those
cities, aad from there ia 1S65 to Eng
land, where for two years he was
connected with Mr. Janion's business
that country. In 2So7, he came
again to Honolulu, and became a part
ner of Mr. Jaaioa, the style of the
arm being thea changed to that of
Theo. H. Davies. For the easuius 14
15 years, with the exceptioa of oc
casional visits abroad, Mr. Davies re
sided ia Hoaolulu, after which he re-
taraed to England, and devoted his
personal attention to the conduct of
the Liverpool busiaess of Theo. H.
Davies & Co. ieariusr the Honolulu
establishmeat under the management
Mr. Thomas Rain Walker, who was
laade a partner In 1S53, and Mr. F. M.
Swaaay. who was admitted to partnership
some tirae subsequently, both of
whom had for many years previously
beea trusted associates. Mt. Davies
has lived ia his aative country almost
ever since. Daring his residence ia
HoaoWn, this gentleman by judicious j
iairestmeass ia sugar plaatatioas, by j
shrewd busiaess management, aad by i
straightforward, honorable methods.
x' ' m. u.
much to develop the Industry which is j
tmaa,s main san& of re.
y Davies was a maa of charitabls
iHtuoas and philanthropic nature, j
as akraTs cosrributed seneroaslr i
aad devoled much personal effort
--. -n on? nf rrt frt i
""""-" ,:r" "r
U2c ur cu .vi auunict ui
the human family. His name is a re-
Speted one throughout the Hawaiian
One Large Scar
AU That Remains of Great
.,t,.ui,. - oar ., n 1
nClJl" Jl ' !.w. w wn
Upon Her A Grand, Complete
Cure by Hood's Sarsaparilla
After Others Failed.
"I was taken with neuralgia in my
a id eyes. Not long after this, a
scrofula, sore appeared oa my left cheek,
extending from my upper lip to my eye.
Other sores came on my neck aad oa my
right arm sad one of my limbs- They
.. tronblsoe and nainlol and
coon became exeat running sores. My
face looked so bad that some ol my
neighbors could not bear to. look at me
e to wear a bandage, but I
feared this would irritate the sore and
njcp ifc ub. ?w x
Could Not Hide the Sores.
tv cfco in? fainiliar a rasp
had beea cared bv
Hood's Sarsaparnia, urged me to try it.
Finally I was persuaded to do so, and in
short time I saw it was helping me.
The sorea began to heal aad the
"t m better' t ?
fcald." those -, -F nect iny
disappeared aad now they are aD gone.
have never had any symptom o i scrofula
since. One large scar oa my rigat arm is
T? T cvrm tfit tts r1 rrtrr fo?M
" " ----- -- --. --..,
-i- T If -74-n-i
Is the best ia laei the Gtae Trae Bkod rtoiGer.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
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LIST OF LETTERS
Rnmnlnlnf In the General P3st
Otftcoupto May S,tS9S.
Arpe, C Andrew 0
Adoais, C C Andrews, R S
Baker, A Brood. 5
Blac, C A Bowa, J P
Bailey, C A Buchanan, W M
Braurt, H C Bcea, Mr
Beato, J Bncknian, S
Becfciey, W A Bursvs, J
Browa, G A Eersan, M AV
Beaton, J 12) Bursett. I A (2)
Benson, H M Brlckwood, CvK
Bcthell, AY D 12) Basset. J
Crowley,- J. F. Clark. J
City Candy Store CaaipbelK A
Caproa. Dr V J (2) Carry, Mr
Corawell, J (2) Cooke. J T
Curtis, A G Coaway, A
Cook, C Colbura, W"
Central Mill Clark, A I
Crawford, C J Cooke. F J
Cahlll, AV A Cox, V 0 (15)
Candless, W C
Bavis, F W Dickson, J
Bwnlelson, O Doboli. E
Biy, J A Dyer; T
Downey, J Davis, F W
Doyle, E (2) D.vies, P
Donnelly, J Denney, Ii P
Eberlia, G Emerson, S X
Evans, J E Evanson, 0
Forresters Ind. F X
GetKffe, F C Gnaan, II AV
GalH Fruit Co A GottwaW,
12) Gtttls, J
GaadalL T Galttgher. B
Green, J 3
Hearkh, Mr Hamilton, W
Howard, G Honia'E
Higgins. T HoaghtaiHag. J
Howard, J L Hang, H
Hopkias, Master Hooper, W
Hllmer, H Holben, G S
Haegeas, H C Hoffman, M X
Hiton, Jr.. J H Higgins, T C
Holmer, E C
Johnson, G Jones, H W
Jarvis, F Joy, 3 W
James, J K Johnson, G
Jeremia, Mr Johasoa, 0
Jeffes, H (3) Jespersen, Mr
Jeasea. Mr Johnsnn, Mr (2)
Kruger, Mr Kaais, G
Klebahn, W Kerny, F
Keafield, S B
Lofelmayer, A Lewis, R F
iee, G Lewis, R F
Luthex, Mr Lewis, H E
Lagergvist, F Laaj,hsmmer, W
Lathrop, Lowenstein, e
Lee. RE y Lohreagel, W
Laney, J D Lambrechtsea,
Lewis, H PL
Mudder, It K McDonald. Mr
Murphy, S MeierW
Milles, E A G (2) Morgan, J A
Mansfield, F Moore, C C
Matthews, F H Murphy, F
McCleuan. Mr (2) Minuil. Mr
McGeeney, E P McDonald, P
McGranhaa, Jas Macdqaald, G O
et al McColgan.'R
Xotley, Jr C Nye, Capt J H
Xeimaa, Ma NJccols, a
Olsan, A OMs, C
Olson, W Ordsz, D M
Pardv. C TT Pather, W
Pattison, Mr Petersen, F
price, E L Pollock, J
pagenoff W Pogoe, H A
Rosenthal, (2) Richards. J H
tuais, - izj Riebardioo, 3
S10?1? J Rkfen?oa, R R
IT Spencer, A
Sampson Mr Spancer, J 3
Stevens, F Smith, E C
Smith, W F Sniffen, S
Steinkamp, H Simpson, C
Sanford. G Sehraeder, F
Shaw. O Shaw, J F
Silk, T Sands, S (3)
Torioryry. Br Tilton, W
Tebb. R P Traves, Mr t
Toomey, W D (2) Taylor, H S
Toms, P TelHs, F
Vincent, C Van Berg. M H
Westlow, J Wilson, J
Whitney, L Wagner, F H (2)
Wieland, C J D (2)
Wiley, J W Wenner, F A
Wilson. J W Wiley, J
Williams, W Walker, J H 12)
Webster, G H Walker. H G
Walter, L Walker, J
Williams. W F Wain, W
Young, E A
Brayton, 3Ii55 Batchelor, 3Ir3 (2)
LC Baldwin, 3Iiss L
3Ir3 W Bennett, 3Irs
Banning, Miss Brown, 3Iis3 M
Carroll, 3Ir Cummins, 3Irs T
Chatmaa, Mrs L
Dodd. Mrs G
Usher, 3Irs J Fern, 3Irs E
Grabe, Miss A v Ghita, 3Iiss 31
Hopkins, Miss Hale, 3Ir3 Judge
JM Hiram, 3Irs H
Harrison, Mrs Hagen, 3Ir3 E
HD Hart. Mts3 0
Haselton, 3Irs . 'rZ
Imlay, 3lr5 L E
' jonnsor, yu Jacobise. 3Ii35 J
Lindblad.MissA Lowell, 3Irs 31 J
Legsand, 3Ir3 J
ilartin, Mrs H 31 McGregor, 3Ir3
3IcKeague, 3Irs D Capt
L 3Iorris, 3.rs
31cKeague, 3Ira I 3Iura, 3Irs -N
31cKeague, 31 E SIcKeag. Iis3 C
3IcLain, Miss L 3Ioorei J A
Marshall, Mrs A McCandlw, Mrs
Mason, Miss K I.
Nott, Mrs T
CnXcinctt. Mrs N
IVttcrsoa. Mrs W Palmer, Mlw N
lVtcrson. Mrs A Pari. Mrs J &
Smith. Mis C (2) Spencer- Mrs M
Spencer. Miss 7, Smith. Mrs M A.
Tonuion. Mrs w Taylor. Mrs 31
Thronas, Miss A Tripn. Mrs J B
Wright. Mrs A
West, Miss I. Wtxnl, 3llss I
Wwrron. Mrs H Wrijrht, Mrs
Walker. Mrs J Thlwvod, Mfce
Warder. Mrs B E m
Young, 3lrs J U
Qninn, Miss M
Diaytrow, Rev D Lonum, (Stpt A
W J Stoaary, II
Schuh, J ' Sponcor. A
V. Sears. Rieatost, Madame
Johnson, Miss R C
ritrties kmnlriag for loUars la tho
above list avIII pKxise ask for
JOSEPH M. OAT.
General Postoffictj. Honolulu. May
Yo ought to pay twice as
much for SctoHLs 5$f as
for other sjood baking- powder.
Low-price baking powder
ou should not use at
LYLE A. DICKEY,
Attorney at Law. P. O. Box
" 196. Honolulu. H. 1.
WILUAM a PARKE.
Attorney at Law and Agent to
take Acknowledgments. No. 13
Kaahumanu Street. Honolulu. H. I.
W. R. CASTLE,
Attorney at Lav and Notary
Attends nil Courts of tha
Republic. Honolulu. H. I.
W. F. ALLEN,
Will be nloased to transact any
business entrusted to his oara.
Office over Bishop's Bank.
M. S. GRIHBAUM & CO., Ltd.
Importers and Commission
SL-X Fa. n Cisco sd. . . HasotsLS.
115 Front St, Queen St.
H. HACKFELD & CO.. Ld.
General Commission Agents.
Queen St, Honolulu, H.I.
D. DOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
fmporters and Commission Mer-
chants. Kin? and Bethel Streets,
Honolulu. H. I.
F. A. SCIIAEFER i CO..
Importers and Commission Mer-
chants. Honolulu. Hawaiian
JOHN T. JVATERIIOUSE,
importer and Dealer In General
I Merchandise. Queen St.. Hono
Eafeert Lewr . F C. M. Cook
LEWERS & COOKE.
Importers aad IVa'ers in Lanber aad
WILDER & CO.,
umber. Paints. Oils. Nails, Salt.
i and Building Materials, all kinds.
FHE VESTERh & HAWAIIAN
Investment Company, Ld. Money
Loaned for lonr or short periods
tn approved ty.
W. W. HALL, Manager.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.,
Machinery of every description
made to order.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
Grocery and Feed Stora. Co mar
King and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN WINE CO.,
Frank Brown. Manager. 23 and
30 Merchant St.. Honolulu. H.I.
Be Snre and See the Plaps
Life Assurance Society
Of New Tori,
Before Taking Out a Policy.
E. R. ADAMS,
No. 407 Fort .Street. General Agent,
SODA WATER WORKS CO.
Ftiin.f. Car. Fftaai
M Hi: & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Grocer
S12 KING 8T. TUX. HO. .
7aSy. Pteatatfea m Siljs' Stores Su;;!k
m Short Koticc
Sew Koodi by every steamer. ( rders from
other lslandj litb.ully executed.