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SATURDAY, FEB. 22, 18(10.
Stmr Wiihilealo from Kllaucn mid Ilium-
Stun .In') Mnfcco from K:m:il
Pcltr Rob Boy from Kwa
Schr KnulkcnoitH for Ko1i:il:i
Schr Lavlnln for Kwa
Selir Kniilllua for Ivnlni1.it
Selir Kulumami for Koluiln
VESSELS LEAVING OH MONDAY
Stmt' J A Ciimtnltii for Koolmi tit t) si 111
Stmr Mokulli for Molok:ii nt fi p m
Selir Mary K Footer for Untinpepe
Schr Kuwallaiil for Koolitti
Selir Mary for llmialcl
Haw lil; Lady LatnpMiti, Soilergien, for
An bk 0 I) liryatit, .hieobycit, for San
Ill r.lll1 ntwl lln.ontt rt.. rtitt fl
ji an, v,.), 21 Kroin Volcano! O U Pratt,
w jsntl uhlld, Mr Mareliaiid. wife
!,'" 'Shlld, I) Kcll, A A 'I'odd, and
V, , MrOorntier. From wavpoiN: E
l,nbfl'" Co-ua, K A Kaukau'.C Collins,
'"If It 1ti.vn.i MUu Kiwi MmimiiIh. 1. I)
tr 11 iMI '' 1 uiii iiutmi ifui Llili IT J
ilbridgc. .Jno BleliariNon, Mr- .lonei,
The bUtne 1'ianter liiitshcs
liktiu: lint cargo 1 hk
afternoon, and the
S tj Wilder Mine time
The lik Foret Queen will commence
taking in sugar next wrek, and will
Irave for San Fr.uieNeo about next Sa
turday. TIib Iiks C D Bryant and Lady l.amp
miii will carry full cargoes of sugar for
San Francisco next Monday.
The tern Eva will llnUlf discharging
lumber uext week. She. will likely sail
in ballast for Kureka.
The bktne lrmgard was moved out in
the, stream this morning.
The bktiio Mary Wlnkeliiiau came off
the Marine Hallway this morning. The
bark Alex McNeil goes on this after
noon to be (.'leaned.
Tito bk II Haekfeld will leave in two
weeks for San Francisco.
The stmr J A Cummins brought yes
terday 'i.'iO bags rlee and 200 bags sugar
fi'oui ICoolau ports, the Mokolll 720 bugs
Migar and 'JO slice)) from Molokai ami
I.anal, and tlio steamer .lames Makeo
lJii liags sugar ami 21 head cattle from
The stmr W G Hall brought 217-1 bags
sugar, 118 bags coffee, fill bags awa, IS
hides, and 11 i pkgs .sundries.
Captain W' 11 Marston of the bark
Andrew Weleli lias Interests in live dif
ferent vessels now in port.
The American hark Uenj F Hunt .Tr,
1 1.11 tons register, Captain J N Pritch
urd, which camcinTliurMlay afternoon,
fi4 days frotn Newcastle, has been an
chored in the stream. She brought 1019
tons of coal for Messrs Wilder & Co.
The schr Olga sailed this morning for
San Francisco with 14,510 bags sugar
and 21 B bbl.s molasses. The shippers
were : O Brewer & Co, 7,521 bags sugar;
Castle &' Cooke, 2C9 bags sugar : F A
Schaefer & Co, 1,7S!) bags sugar; Thco
II Davles & Co, -1091 bags sugar and SI
barrels molasses: J II Brims, 147 bar
rels molasses. Total tonnage, 881 tons;
domestic value, 885,590.91!.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
There will bo an entertainment
by the Blue Ribbon League this
uvenlug at the Y. M. C. A. ball
commencing at 7:!J0 o'clock. Ev
erybody invited. Following is the
....Mr. A.D. Blssell
.Mis Helen Dickson
.Mr. A. D. Blssell
, II. W. Chamberlain
f Mr. A. I). Bissell
' 1 Mr. E. Lyman
..Mr. T. S. Southwick
FLOWERS FOR SICK FOLK.
A meeting of ladies of Honolulu,
called by Rev. Alex. Mackintosh,
was held at Y. M. C. A. hall yester
day afternoon, to effect organization
ir systematically supplying ilowcis
the Bick wards of Queen's Hospi
An association was formed
h the following olllcers: Tresi
nt, Mrs. S. II. Dowsett; Vice
resident, Mrs. A. Fuller; Secre
tary, Mrs. .7. N. S. Williams;
Treasurer, Miss Marie von Holt. A
committee of eight was appointed,
who will attend at the hospital, two
lays in the week between 10 and 11
o'clock, to receive and distribute
llowers. There will be quarterly
meetings of the association hen on
each occasion a new commi ttce will
be elected and deposits made of mon
ey collections. Mr. Mackintosh is to
be.pongratulaled on having done a
big stroke of good work without any
King Carlos of Portugal, who
possesses sixteen Christian names,
while his younger brother answers
to no less than thirty, is personally
one' of the most amiable of mon
arch's'. Tic is a handsome, blonde
young man, who carries himself
with a military air, and is credited
byhia personal friends with con
Hideruble decision of character. He
is a devoted sportsman, an accom
plished musician, speaks seven lan
guages and paints in water-colors
in short, he is a bit of a savant, like
his rplative, the unlucky ex-Kmperor
Dom Pedro. The Queen is believed
to be popular. She is tall and hand
some, and was very carefully edu
cated. She docs not sharo her hus
band's passion for music, but is a
student of history, delights in math
ematics and is a clever sketchcr.
She speaks French, Portuguese,
F.nglish and German. She is sad
to take a deep and intelligent inter
est in public affairs, and to bo cx
ceedinglyfond of her adopted coun
try. N.' V. Tribune.
LOCAL & QENHRAL NEWS.
It i:.mi:m 111:11 tlio liluo Ribbon Lcnguo
concert this evening.
Carim: it Uooku, advertise, a packet
leaving New Yotk in all Apiil for
Firry cunts apiece is oU'eted for
IwiM'iipiofl each of the llm.M'.riN of
.Ian v12 and Feb. -I, I8S!).
.1. F. Moiioan will sell (lie ftirni
line of F. V. Fleming, Kiikui street,
at 10 o'clock Wednesday.
Tin: services of the second congre
gation of St. Andrew's on Sunday
arc at 1 1 :1m 11. 111. and 7 :!i0 p. nt.
Tin: mail for San Francin'o per
bark Lady Ijampson will clo.-(! at the
Post UHlec, Monday, nt 1 o'clock p.m.
Tin: union set vice of tlio two ti:i
tivo congiegations will bo at Kau
iiiiikiiliili ('hutch to-morrow evening
A not ifR will be been calling Ka
iiicliamelia Lodge of Perfection for
to-niotiow morning to elect olllcers.
It now appear tin toads are all
right barring wet weather. At such
times an umbrella should accompany
Titnbiitli of the "Father of His
CJoiintty" will be coinmemoruted at
the Honolulu At inn by a social Ibis
Dr. llonii Mc(!iew lias wtitlen
from Pans expressing the intention
of letitrniiig to Honolulu in a few
months to resume practice.
Thk U. S. S.'s Mohican and Nipsic
dressed ship for Washington's birlh
diy. At noon the Mohican fired a
national salute of 21 guns.
lti:v. H. H. (iowen lias tesigned
his position as one of tlio cleigy of
St. Andrew's Cat hedral. Part of bis
work has been tlio pastorate of the
A ciiAYON skote.h of (Jen.
ington executed by (leorge
inoyer appeals in a window
Pacific Hardware Co.'h stoic.
bordered by tlio American Hag dis
posed in graceful folds.
The Royal Hand sorenaded Hon.
.7. L. Stevens, United States Minister
Resident, at the Legation on Xiuunu
nvenue tliiH morning. It also gives
si concert there this afternoon in
honor of Washington's birthday.
Thk Hawaiian Cable Company has
selected for its town operating office
the storo lately occupied by J. N. S.
"Williams in Mclnornv block, Fort
street. Shapely poles for the
graph wire arc erected along
The New York News Letter holi
day number distributed by C. O.
Borger, agent of the New York Life
Insurance Company, contains a lot
ef good reading besidca advertising,
and the illustrations arc fine enough
to be preserved.
Rr.v. E. 'C. Oggel, formerly of
Honolulu, now pastor of Firbl Pres
byterian Church, Pullman, Illinois,
conducts a church paper called The
Star. A late number tells of him
having had la grippo, wlion the post
master preached for him.
The Washington concert at the
hotel last night was well attended,
and tlio music was very line. Colored
lanterns and electric lights illumin
ated tlio building and grounds. Many
stayed for the danco in the parlor
after the hand concert.
A DILAPIDATED Vehicle, piopdllcd
by a crazy-looking steed piloted by a
demented driver, afforded consider
able entertainment this morning to
tlio pedestrians on Fort stroot, below
Queen, by an impartial distribution
of flour sacks along that beauteous
highway. An ebony retainer com
piled and restored them.
A coKOEitT will take place at Ka
waiabao Church on March 8th. It
will bn given by the girls of Kawaia
hao Seminary under the direction of
Miss Patch. Tlio proceeds will be
devoted to fitting up thu hospital
cottage now in process of erection in
the seminary yard. The performers
will bo assisted by Uerger's string
band. Practising now occupies thu
young ladies' time. The probable
excellence of the performance as well
as the worthiness of tho object should
insure a full attendance.
E. II, Kvan has nearly completed
a suif boat for the Mahukona R. R.
Co. The boat attracts attention from
its unusual size, being ISO feet long,
with 10 feet beam and a depth-hold
of ! feet (i inches. This and its com
panion boot now under way will be
tho largest suif boats in use on tlie.su
islands. A comparison with ordinary
boats having respective correspond
ing dimensions of 211 feet, 7 feet
anil .1 feet 0 inches will give a fair
idea of their size. These boats are
not designed for steamer use nor will
they bo handled with oars, They will
be employed in loading vessels with
sugar sailing direct to San Francisco
and will bo hauled to and fio by a
lino. Their superior size to surf boats
gonerally in uso will cause some
curiosity to know the result of Hie
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Washington birthday eclebtation
at Arionhall, 7:ao.
Rehearsal Mikado Company, at
Prof. Sattvlet's house, 7:110.
IMuo ribbon entertainment nt Y.
M. C. A. hall, at 7: SO.
THEPnolllo Hardware ('n. have just
npeived a largo lot of Iliiliiich in
bulk, which they are selling low.
' 483 tf
Ilclliillluu or (ho Ai'l-.lntei'tntliiil
Jlrniinhtrrtloii on the riittfoi'ii,,
A small but appreciative audience
assexibled at thu Y. M. C. A. hail
last night to listen to the lecture an
nounced by Allen Hutchinson the
sculptor. Shortly after 7:.'10 thn
gentleman crosod the stage and
plunged at, once into his discourse.
lie gave a general dclluilioti of
sculpture. He extolled it as a true
historian of the limes which called
it inln being. It Is a rcllcv of the
characteristics of the object which
it depicts. Tho pyramids of Egypt,
the ruin of ancient (5 recce, and the
relics of mosques and temples are
but carved histories of bygone pe
riods. They are tho pictures of in
telligence long since extinct.
Conception is the greatest essen
tial to a sculptor and that, concep
tion should be pure and worthy.
Let conception be clear and the hand
becomes a willing servant of execu
tion. Let the imagination be de
void of vagueness and the achieve
ment of definite contours and out
lines naturally follow. Rut the true
artist will not be satisfied with mere
fidelity to details. lie will stiivo to
invest his subject with an ideal
charm and interest. To him a cer
tain combination of features, a cer
tain grouping of details, will stand
for a typo, which his fervid fancy
will snatch from alt tcalistic asso
ciations and transport to a wot Id of
art of his own.
After an interesting account of
the various methods of sculpture
and of the different materials used
Mr. Hutchinson announced himself
as ready to give an exhibition of
off-hand skill in bust-modeling. He
begged the audience to remember
that the shortness of time devoted
to the experiment would preclude
anything like strict accuracy in de
tails and measurements, lly com
mon desire Prof. W. T. Itftgham
took a scat on the platform to be
"depicted." The tripod awaiting
evolution was surmounted with a
sort of turn-table trotn the centre of
which arose a short spire. This
was selected by the sculptor as the
site of the future Prof. Hrigham
and first there was a boom of real
estate. After considerable convey
ances (from a large tin bucket) the
sculptor commenced extensive im
provements. A series of attacks on
the form of the clay varying in stylo
and intensity from gentle pats to
vicious sabre cuts and the figure was
so suggestive of Ouy Fawkcs that
the spectators thanked Providence
for February. When the lightning
change cfllgy under the manipula
tion of the operator began to assume
the proportions and expression of lien
Butler a thrill of apprehension for
the security of spoons pervaded the
audience. Rut at length Prof.
Biigham of the flesh stood repro
duced in clay, so natural and life
like that the tripod actually tried to
lake a scat in the audience.
The neat exhibition of skill by
Mr. Hutchinson met with apprecia
tive applause. Prof. Hrigham, by
request, followed in an exceedingly
happy vein, acknowledging the com
pliment paid to himself, lauding the
profession of sculpture and congra
tulating 'all present on the treat
which had been afforded.
Editok Dumxtik: It would ap
pear by reading the squib signed .1.
A. M. in the Advertiser of Feb. 17,
that the late elections have inter
fered somewhat with the digestive
organs of "Jam," and caused him
to be rather snarly and broken-up
like. Well, I suppose he is one of
those small natures that a little ad
versity would have a tendency to
cause an extra commotion in tho re
gion of the heart, therefore his top
ple over and collapse. Never mind,
"Jam," no doubt that j'oti will re
cover, for small natures arc not apt
to die soon, but you might be a lit
tle more mannerly next time, and
instead of using tlio name as "Wil
cox" in your warbiings, you should
show a little more respect for your
betters, and say the Honorable R.
W. Wilcox, if you please.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
First Sunday in Lent. Cathedral
Celebration of Holy Communion,
Morning Prayer, (plain) 0:30
Holy Communion (choral) 10 a.
m., (Hymns 8(1, ill A. Sermon by
Rt. Rev. the Rishop of Honolulu.)
Hawaiian Evensong, fl:U0 p. m.
Evening Prayer, (i p. in. (Hymns
111, Oil, 287. Sermon by Rev. W.
Visito. Say, Jack ! What makes
this mince pie smell so funny?
Hoarder Hush! Don't let Mrs.
Hashley hear you. She puts them
in camphor in summer to keep the
moths off. Lowell Mail.
KAKES, Pies ami F
fie.sh to-day at the
" ING tip2-20 Mutual Telcphono for
l Oitorles3 Excavation.
CHEWING fbiiii of all
Minis for sale at the
r.llte Ice Cieaiu Parlois.
IING upaatl Mutual Telcphono for
Aj Odorloss Excavation. 483 tf
HE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
"Tho Dally bulletin.'' fill cents
THE OABIE FAOTOHYt
l'ttiM'lii& tlio Inter.-laluml Oalilc
In a shed adjoining the Fish Mar
ket with a continuous whirring of
wheels the strands which are to lie
the Hawaiian Islands together are
being woven and strengthened. A
full description of the Pacific Cable
enterprise will shortly appear in
these columns, but a short account
of the maimer of the delivery if the
cable to thu schooner Katcritia which
will lay it between Molokai and
Oaliu nun be of interest.
First the cable as brought here,
composed of three No. 18 copper
wires encased inngutta pcrcha core,
is coiled up in a lank,, say 20 feet 111
diameter. This is withdrawn and
conveyed over pulleys down the in
side of a vertical shaft and coiled on
an itumeuae reel. Around the shaft
is a horizontal leel wound with
hemp string which is served in a
rotary manner on the cable ns it
emerges from the shaft, llcfore the
cable thus sheathed reaches thu
large iced it becomes well daubed
with a compound ol tar, asphaltum,
etc. From the reel the rehabilitated
cable returns to its nest in the tank,
from which it again issues and
traversing a similar course reaclias
the reel, having en route donned a
suit of cocoanut cordage baptized
with the same tarry compound, lly
this lime it lias swelled to a dia
meter of about thrco-fourlhs of an
inch. I'liwinding from the reel it is
carried to tho ICatorina and stowed
away in its hold. When it emerges
from this resting place it will retire
from view beneath the yeasty waves
of Molokai Channel.
The cable is connected with a
telephone which gives warning of
any breakage. This breakage can
readily be located and remedied.
The shore approaches of the cable
are rendered more secure by being
wcll-arinnrcd with wire. The por
tion resting on deep-sea bottom
being liable to but slight disturb
ances needs no such additional pro
tection. The deadly teredo trying
to penetrate this oakum envelope
will get Ins little bill so twisted and
distorted that it will be useless.
"COPIES of the Daily IIi'lixtin, ol
J the dates specified below, f0 cents
a copy will lie paid
delivery at this otllee
for the same on
Jaininvy IK, inhu, it 'opl'.
Vt-lininry 4, 1SSO. ' :iilt-H.
SITUATION' as Honkkcepur in
town or plantation. Address
1). P.," this olllc.c. 480 3t
II. IIACKFEI.D it CO.
A SITUATION as Sugar Clerk or
Night Watchman at a mill, or a
finer us Luna on a good plantation
las experience and can furnish good
reference, (tall or address "SI. K. P.,"
Hum.etin Otllee. 457 tf
17IHKW00D for sale at Hawaiian
. Commercial BalcsinoniP, corner of
Queen and Nuuauti Miects. 418 tf
MR. CIIAX KOW, the watchmaker,
will soon leave thu employ of the
undersigned. Persons having clocks,
watches, jewelry, etc., in the hands of
the undcrsigntil for lopiir", etc., arc
hcroby requested to claim them before
March 1, lH'JO, otherwise their claims
will forever be denied.
37 Ninmini street.
Honolulu, Feb. 21, 1690. 484 lw
Notice ol Dissolution ol'
HAVING bought out the interest of
Manuel Vicra, of the Ilnnnmii
Stoie, Ililn, Hawaii, I will pay all hills
against the said store, and all debt
owing the same will be collected by me.
Houolulii, Fob. 18, 1800. 481 31
Machine Made Pol !
13AKTIER wishing to get Machine
Made Pol can do so by leaving
their containers plainly marked nt
Henry Davis's Grocery Store, on Fort
street. Pol will be delivered on Tue.s.
days and Fridays. Containers must be
left not later thin the dav before.
lllUlm KALIHI POI FACTORY.
Cici'innn Sansao Market
T UST opened in "Armstrong's lllnck,"
l near King Street III hlge. For sale
Mean Ulieesc, I'lankliulur,
Liver, Smoked and
A N active American, KnslMnnan or
' German, of good habits mill char
acter, who also speaks Hawaiian, and
can tiirnieh tlrat.cliiss referenccD, may
obtain a permanent situation as Col.
lector, by addressing P. 0. Ilox No.
I).') I, Honolulu.
HOUSE to KENT.
A LA HUB 2 Story House,
first oIiibs In every res.
p;.Tt, willi all necessary out
buildings, flue lawn, shade tree, tlowcr
beds, etc , very desirably located within
II) minutes' walk of tho Post Otllee, will
bo leased for one or 111010 yours, at a
reasonable icntal to a aelcst private
family, Applv at
HAWAIIAN IH'SINKSS AOENOY.
NEW YORK LINE !
X Al Veel will be despatched lot
Honolulu to all from.. New oil.
hi all the month of Anill. Orders for
goojs to be Milpped by this vcel
should bv) forw. aided as e.uly in pol
ble to ItMirc shipment. For blither
particular inipibe of the Agents.
Honolulu. II. I.
Or, W. II. CilOSSMAN.it HKO..
T7 A 7!l Hroad street,
is:, -Jm New Y01I. City.
NOW that the rainy season Is upon
tif, everybody wants a door mat
that will be nil ornament at the front
door, and will thoroughly do the work
required of it. The
Is just the thing. It cannot become
soaked by rain, as is the case with fiber
mats, mnl il always keeps clean. Ileing
made of Galvanized Wire
They Cannot Rust
As do many of the wire mats now in
ute. They ure far superior to mid far
mnie durable than liber or rubber. Can
be had of Steel Wire at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Opposite SprccUels & Co.'s Hank,
Foil street, Honolulu.
AS resume! priicl'ce. Otllee: 81
lleretauia stieel. Residence-
School street between Nuuaiut nml
Llllhn streets. Telephones; Otllee-
Mutual 231, Hell 212. Resilience:
Mutual 312, Hell 40.r.. 481 lw
. Saloon on Mon
day night, Feb. 17th,
a Soirel Marc, luamlcil
"A. K." on oil" hind
leg. Anyone returning to Commercial
Saloon will receive a suitable reward.
broken to carriage 01
sound; a bargain.
For pnitieulars inquire of
llesil Estate For Sale.
npVO Houses and Lots on
JL Rnbelln Lane, Palatini.
Convenient to steam and tram
cars. Very healthy locality. Lot on
King street, near IlaniauUu's Lane. For
particulars apply to
.IOIIN F. HOWLER.
Or Chas. T. Gulick. 460 3m
TO LET or LEASE
ON Young street, opposite
Ice Works, a Small
Cottage containing 4 rooms;
large stable aud yard, artesian water
laid on; very desirable for hack or dray
lmslue'js. Apply to
4c0tr AtE. O. Hall & Son.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of the Hoard of Direc
tors of the Kaplolaul Patk Asso
ciation, held February 10, IS'.H), the fol
lowing gentlemen were re-elected to
serwi as olllcers duiltig thn ciMihig
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn President,
lion. Cecil llrowu.. Vice-President,
lion. W. (!. Irwin Tieasurer,
W. M. (llfl'ard Seeretarv.
47i lw Secretary.
A Cure for Influenza I
DR. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of the best remedies
over prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, and a great relief
to whooping cough anil throat tiflVntinti.
Ask for Dr. Lozicr's Hawaiian Cherry-Cordial
IIOLLISTER & CO.,
And ItENSON, SMITH & CO.
NOTICE Is hereby f
sons that on the
dven to all per
30lh dav Decem
ber, 1S.V.I, a meeting of tho stockholders
of the Hawaiian Paellle Cable Co was
held at the otllee of E. O. Hall & Sou,
Limited, Honolulu, and at said meeting
it was voted by said stockholder. to
accept a charter of incorporation grant
ed to them under thu corporate name
and stvlo of ''Hawaiian Paellle Cable
Co." November 15, 188'J, and Hint the
corporation under said charier theie
upon organized themselves and elected
the following olllcers:
,1. Sherman Hartholomcwof Honolulu
Hon. Edgar Crow linker, M. P., of
Victoria, II, C Vice-President
E. O. White of Honolulu Secretary
Frank A. Dudley of Niagara Falls, X.
Win! VvV ifalVof 'Honolulu.' ! .'. . Auditor
Notice is further given that purMiaul
to the tortus of said charter, "No stock
holder shall Individually Im liable for
the debth of thu Corporation beyond, tho
amount which shall ho ihu upon tho
the shato or shauw held or owned by
himself." E. O. WHITE,
til 1 111 Societal v
Views of the
Tim Kipiilahlo show-t figurcs equal to II1031! of the national balance
shceU of some very respcctablc-sUcd State. -The Iinuratice World of
The Kquitablc Life Assurance Society is a colossal itmlitiltion. It M
unique in its position and marvelous in its tccord. It occupies the highest
place atnotur kindred institutions. Thu Irish Insurance Hanking and
It is no use disguising tho fact that the Kquitablc holds a remarkable
position among the Insurance olllcc of the World. It docs a larger busi
ness, holds a larger surplus and give a belter contract than any other
company. f Leamington Spa Courier.
With the pitiful system of state insurance in Germany compare what
is done by some of thugrcat private Assurance Companies, by the greatest,
of thcin all, for instance, the lCquitable Life Assuiance Society of the Hulled
Slates. I Dublin Lyceum.
The largest of American Life Oillces and therefore the largest, in the
World is the Kquitablc Life Assurance Society of the U. S. fKairplay of
The ofllcc that has done the most in promoting safe and liberal Life
Insurance is tho Kquitablc Life Assurance Society of the U. S. London
New business in 18S0 17f.,000,000 00
Income for 18811 :i(),000,000 00
Surplus U'2,.r)(JO,0(M) 0(1
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitablc Life Assurance Society
of the IT. S. Jan-1-90
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
A NEW INVOICE OF
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
Galvanized Fence Wire, Black Steel Fence Wire, Galvanized Slaplcs,
Black Staples, Special Quality Fence Staples.
NEW GOODS ! " - NEW GOODS !
In all lines by late arrivals. Agents for
Ruhlim' Garden Ilo.so, "Wire Hound Hose, Slonin Hose,
01' VKIIY Slll'KRIOR QUALITY.
PACIFIC HAUDWABE CO., (LV),
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
C.irpetitoro', Blacksmiths', Machinists' ,v Plumbem' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING- GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, P.iinti, Oils, Varnished, Lump Good and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcoi & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape & Sons Family Medicines,
K. It. IlKNimr, President it Manager.
(onnti:r Biujw.n, Secretary t Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppn. SprcckclH Ilimk, : Fort Nircef, IIuuoliilii.
IMPOKTKKS nnd DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
Chandeliers, Klcctoliers, Lamps it Lamp Fixtures,
Paints, Oils it Varnishes, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, .Shot it Cups, Machine-loaded Cartridges, Chamberlain's Patent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver Plated Ware, Table ,t l'ooket Cutlery,
Plows, Planters' Steel Hoes, and oilier Agiiciilttir.il IniplcnientH,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION f
Hart'rt Patent. "Diipkvx" Die Stock for Pipe it Bolt Cutting,
Manila it Sisal Bopo, Rubber Huso,
Wire Bound Rubber lloso, Spincter-grip;
Sprinklers it Sprinklor Stands,
Union Metallic Caitiidge Co.,
Hartniau'H Steel Wiro Fenco it Steel Wire Main, ,
"New Process" Rope,
Win. (i. FihbeiV Wrought Steel Ranges, Neal's Cariiage Painta,
(Into City Slinio Filters,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
uovilS',1 Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die StockH.
J. G. Sl'KOTKR, F. h.
Manager it Secretary.
John Ksa, Vice-President.
Okoii. Bitow.v, Auditor.
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