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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., MARCH U, 1JM0.
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FRIDAY, MAU. II, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
TIME TAHLE:
iir.mii.Ait tiiains.
a. m. r. Al.
Leave Honolulu !):()il '.':(io
AnIvoM urn (MIS '.".IS
Leave Mamma 1I:(N 1:00
Aulve Hunoluh UilS -IMS-SUNDAY
TltAlNS.
A.M. V. M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu... !::: 12:110 :t:0D
ArrlvoMnnann... .10:18 1:18 11:18
Leave iMiunum.. 11:00 . l:i:i -Ho:.
Ariivo llohohllil...ll : 18 'J:'M .lilW
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. ARftlVALS.
March 1 1
HktnoS X Ciitle,Ilubbard,l!) days from
Sun Francisco
Hlmr Wnlnlealo from Kllauea mill Huna
lei
Slnir Luhua fiom Hnkalaii
" OEMOTUREsT ''
Mm eh 11
Sehr Ktiulki'.ioiill for Kolnilu
S S Amtiulla, iluiitllettu, for San Fntn-
clsco tit 1'J noon
Stmr.lus Mukcc for Knpan nt I p m
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
. Sinn- O It llishop for Wulanne, Walalnn
y and Koohiu lit 1) ;i in
PASSENCERS.
For San Fr.iucUro per S S Australia,
March ll-.J liiiiiii mul wife, N It linker
mill wife, A Cionlngcr mul wife, Miss .1
Edgcitou, 1 X Mnkce anil wife, AS
Wlleo.v, S S Crock r mul wlfi', J V 11
Mar-Oiull mul wife, K IS C'nsilcn, Mrs
Oapt Huntley, W A Kinney, Mrs MA
i. Meyers, Miss M E Garrison, Miss H A
Smith, Miss M E paihawk. Mls H It
Swntiton, Capl l'otter, O K Hyde, J
llartrani, Dr Mourltz, Mrs W M (Jlffaril,
Mrs Sehle-dnger, IDr.f M Whitney anil
wife, Alls Young ami child, Mrs 11
Clarke V 1 Hastings anil wife, Mr and
Mrs Whrner, E (1 Sehiiniau, Mrs E M
Hrown, .fno Urlght, .1 Duttou and 00
hteeragt'.
SHIPPING NOTES.
The, S X Cnst'e, Hubbard, Is off port,
1!) days from San Francisco.
The. steamer Mok'olll Is due .Saturday,
the lilkellku Sunday, mid the Kluaii
Wednesday.
The S S Australia sailed at noon to
dny, can ylng freight from the follow
ing consignors: Wm O Irwin it Co, 7,
!." bags sugar; .1 T Wutcrbouse, ISO
bags coffee; Hyiuaii Hros, 1!) bags cef-.
fee, 550 bags rice; M S Griubaiim & Co,
1U0 bags riee, Yuen Lung & Co, 200 bgs
lice, Say Clioug & Co.-luO bugs rice; W
W Dluinud, ;i bills sugar cane, 1 btidl
taro; F F Porter, fiG:l bdls green hides,
r bills sheepskins; M W MeChesney &
Son, 155 bills green hides, 5 bills sheep
skins; C L Hopkins. ;t(i buchs bananas,
.1 E Hrown & Co. 17 buchs bananas
. .. The domestic value could not be ascer
tained as the manifest was unclosed
when going to press.
, -KAWAIAHAO SEMINARY CONCERT.
"7" ,Tho Kawaialiao Seminar' Concert
postponed on account of unfavorable
weather will take place to-morrow
night. Below is the
PROGRAMME:
l'AKT I.
Overture Caliph of Hngdad..Hololdicu
Orchestra.
Chorus Angel ot Peace M. Keller
Kawaialiao Seminary.
Three two-part songs arranged for the
little folks:
di) Who has the whitest lambkins?
(b) The sweet led rose,
(e) Ry e baby bye with motions.
Eveulug Sinai t
Pupils of the llrst choral class.
Jubilee songs:
1. Oh, hreilirin, rise and shine,
2. This old time religion,
:l We are almost home.
Walt. Chorus Summer Fancies. . .
Metra
Kawaialiao Seminary.
Intermission of live niluutrs.
"v TAUT II.
Prayer from Moses in Egypt. . ..Rossini
Kawaialiao Seminary.
Selected.
Glee Club ot Kaiuebameha School.
Gavotte Queen's Jubilee
U.K. 11 Princess Lllluoknlaiil
Kawaialiao Seminary.
Part Songs:
Stars trembling o'er us Well
Last night ' Kjcrulf
Pupils of the llrst choral class.
Tim shadows of the evening hours.
Dykes
Kawaialiao Seminary.
Foreman of composing room
(speaking through the tube to man
aging editor) Vou say you want
that article about tlio woman who
killed a bear, and three cubs illus
trated with a cut of the woman?
Managing editor Yes ; I do.
Foreman What cut shall I use?
Editor Where is that cut of hy
dia Pinkliam that we run in the
weekly?
Foreman It's being used in tho
first form to illustrate that article on
Queen Victoria.
"Wefl, then, run that picture of
Harriet Hubbard Ayer for the wo
man who killed the bears."
"All right, but what arc we go
ing to do for cuts for that article
about Joseph Chamberlain and his
bride?"
"Well, supposing you run that
cut of W. L. Douglass that goes
with his $3-shoo adveitiscinent for
Sir Joseph, and that old handbill
cut of Emma Abbot for his bride."
"All right; and I suppose that
old cut of tho nevy Colorado capitol
will do for Sir Joseph's caBtle, won't
it?"
"Yes, yes; run anything you can
find for tho castle. There's a lot
of old cuts in the job room. Sco if
you can find something there for an
articlo I'm going to send down about
tho Emperor William and his wife.
I guess that old cut wo ran a few
weeks ago of Coquclin and Jane
HnqMng will do."
"All right; Hading mid Coquclin
goes," Detroit Frc l'rcss.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS,
iNn.irr.NZA struck Hongkong.
A rosTAi. savings bank p.iss book
is lost.
Runny weallior but tlio wind is
Kill from (lie nick quarter.
Tin: Aitslmliii look liencc a mail
offi!18 loltom, 201(1 piitit-, unit fit)
pa reels.
Tin: It. M.S. Zeal.imliu is due fiom
Han Francisco for, the Colonies to-
IllOtlOW.
Tun pii'vailing epidemic liml not
visited tbu Austrnli.ui colonies nt
latest accounts.
Paul H. Isonberg was driving his
handsome gray stallion Captain Growl
round town to-ilny.
.-
Tin: W. 0, Hull having been tlirco
days lute leaving, is noloxpcctcil till
to-iuoriow morning.
Dit. Geo. P. Andrew, Into from the
States, lias taken his icsideiice ut
Kjng unit Alapai streets.
12. S. Cijniia has moved from
Ocean View, Waikiki, to bis former
residence, Vineynid street.
Latt.ht from Diamond Head, 3:10
p.m.: Fresh noitheast wind; Mourner
Lohuii -outside; whaler Helen Marin
sight.
. '
Tun whalers Noilhein liiglit and
Eliza tiro deecried in the oiling to
day, in addition to those previously
reported.
Tin: Japan Gas-el to of Feb. 7 says
Hie Yamashiro Main will taken baleli
of 1010 emigrants to Hawaii on lier
ncxt tiip.
Qiikhn stiVol, after many days and
in violence t:i the sublime system of
retaining the ruin as it falls, is being
scraped of surplus mud.
Mit. T. II. Davies will give em
ployees of the house of Then. II.
Davies & Co. a banquet at the Ham
ilton House this evening.
Gulkay A. Scliuman holds full
power of attorney to act for his
brother, U. G. Scliuman, .during the
kilter's absence from tlio Kingdom.
Gunsrn of the Hamilton House
joined those of tlio Waikiki Villa in
u progressive euchre party at the
latter place last night. There were
six tables in operation. Dancing and
swimming supplemented the cards
in the evening's diversion.
A dktaciiment from tho Govern
inent Suivey Olllco is triangulating
Meichant street to arrive at a know
ledge of its width, depth, and length.
The altitude of mud on our streets
after rains would bo interesting read
ing in the way of statistics.
.
Tin: consular Hag has been Hying
to-day over tlio otlico of F. A. Schae
fer in honor of tho -lOlli anniversary
of Hie birth of Humbert I., King of
Italy. The monarch has been on
tlio thionc about twelve years. His
birthday, March 1-ltli, is identical
with that of his father Victor Em
manuel II.
Tm: new steamer China has made
the quickest passage on record be
tween Hongkong and Yokohama,
covering the intervening distance of
1508 miles in !i days, 2'. hours and
-11 minutes. The greatest run in one
day was -111! miles. The tiip was thus
made at the rate of a mile in every
'i minutes nearly.
Commanduu Edwin M. Shopard, U.
S. N,, commanding U. S. S. Mohican
was received by the King yesterday,
together with Naval Cadet William
W. Phelps. The visitors were intro
duced by His Excellency John L.
Steven's, United States Minister Kesi
dent, who had boon introduced by
His Excellency Jona. Austin, Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs. His Majesty
was attended by Mr. Jas. V. llobert
M)ti, Vieo-Chainberlain, and Col. the
Hon. ltobert Hoapili llaker, A. D. C.
EVENTS
Service St.
THIS EVENINC.
Andrew's! Cathedral,
at v.
-. Pacilic Degree Lodge No. 1 D
of
R.,at 7:t)0.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of II.,
at 7:30.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Hides, at
7:30.
Hawaiian Camera Club, 7:30.
EVENTS TO-MORROW.
Regular cash sale by J. F. Mor
gan, at 10 a. m.
Hand concert at Emma Square at
i :30 p. m.
Kawaialiao concert and Mikado
rehearsal in the evening.
THE COLONELCY.
Inquiry at tho Foreign Olllce de
velops that tho Cabinet refuses to
iceedo from its former disapproval
of the nomination of Col. Ashford.
Although that body docs not sanction
his re-appointment, yet the matter
of nominating a successor for sub
mission to His Majesty has not yet
been reached, and pending its abey
ance Col. Ashford still retains olllce.
Major Pinto telegraphs to Lisbon
that the whole Shire district is
again under l'ortugucsc rule.
President Carnot has pardoned
tho Duke of Orleans, sentenced to
two years imprisonment for break
ing his banishment. He will be
escorted, to tho frontier.
mHE WEEKLY
BULLETIN-
X M columns, purely local matter
IIIIIIID.
foroli
Mulcd
to
J5
conptrlnH. fu pur
annum.
ALOHA AUSTRALIA.
The steamer Australia sailed at
noon to-day. The usual crowd
thronged the wharf and besieged the
vessel. Merger's hand sent forth the
sweel strains which have ever lent a
sentimental aspect td the steamer
embarkations. To the casual, un
interested visitor the scene was but
one of many similar episodes incident
to commerce. Many a passenger
walked up the gangplank with a
consciousness that this foreign trip,
is a slight variation of business
routine. To such this voyage is
fraught with no special significance.
Hut to many this cinhatkalinu is a
turning point, an epoch. Many a
life may really commence to-day
and the voyage across the sea may
bring tlio traveler nearer to objects
unattainable here. The great ship
loses its grasp on the shore and is
soon all oat. The pallid check which
attracted so many sympathetic
glances may elsewhere acquire a
roseate hue. And the bounding
pulse which denoted such excess of
vitality here, may in another clime
slow its beat al the behest of sick
ness. Hands waving kerchiefs on
wharf and vessel may never again
know a mutual clasp. All sail for
San Franci3co and yet to some its
beautiful land-locked harbor is a
haven of joy while to others it is
a refuge of despair. Hearts arc
wrung with grief and faces are
wreathed with smiles on the same
wharf and vessel. And the band
played on, performing its prelude to
joyful dramas and swelling with its
forebodings of sail tragedies. Shore
and ship divide, the music ceases,
the curtain rings down, and the
audience disperses.
THE MIKADO.
A rehearsal of tiie Mikado took
place last night at the Arion Hall.
The solo cast embraces nine and the
entire number of singers on the
stage will be about fifty. The re
hearsal showed the effect of judi
cious direction on good voices.
Despite the depletion of number
from unavoidable absence the ladies
sang their choruses with maiked
vigor.
The choruses of males and the
joint choruses of the sexes were
very effective and the blending of
voices admirable. The solo parts
have been assigned to good voices.
The catching melodies arc interpret
ed with chic and spirit. Without
doubt proper dramatic rendition will
supplement the melodious vocaliza
tion. The performance may be ex
pected in about three weeks.
HAWAIIAN-BOUND VESSEL
IN
DISTRESS.
Mr. F. W. l'rcscott, His Majesty's
Consul at Dover, G. IS., has written
under date of January 27 as follows
to His Excellency the Minister of
Foreign Affairs:
"I have the honor to state that
the German bark Adonis of and
from Bremen for Honolulu, with a
general cargo and two passengers,
put into this port yesterday through
stress of weather.
"The master reports that a suc
cession of strong contrary gales have
been encountered, and although the
ship has been at sea for thirty days
she has only now got 300 miles from
the port of departure. She will re
pair sundry small damages mid sail
for Honolulu first opportunity."
POLICE CHURL
Oopa and Ulii alias Kulia were
found guilty of assault and battery
on Ako, and were remanded for sen
tence till to-morrow.
Two eases remanded.
Ah Mung, continued from the
12th, nolle pros'd.
Sam Kanoe charged with violation
of Kule No. 25, Carriage Regula
tions, forfeited bail of 2.r for non
appearance. llaolc, for malicious injury and
destruction of property belonging to
Queen Emma's estate was discharg
ed witli a reprimand.
Quai Fat was charged with unlaw
ful possession and preparation of
opium and plead guilty. He was
sentenced to a due $50, costs S 1 ;
imprisonment at hard labor for one
hour.
OUR new spring styles of litdiimrro
Sitaw Hats, lust in. M. Mcliieruy.
601 lw
A NOTHER Invoice of Fine Irish
IV Linen Shirt?, just to hand. M.
Mcliieruy. 501 lw
CLOTH I NG. Clothing. Another In.
voieu of elegant tprlngstyles. Men's
and Hoy's Clothing, just hi M. Me.
Iiairuy. fit) I lw
LOST
liOSTAL Saving's Hank Pass Hook
JL No. 4'Wl. Finder will p!cao re
turn sumo
Honolulu.
to the Uencial Post Olllce,
f.0J at
LOST
TMtAFT No. 428, drawn by
the Ho-
JL uoiiiii Hug.ir Co. Feb. 10,
18'.I0,
for 81120 lias been Ion or stolen. All
parties aro heieby warned against
negotiating same. llfi lm
' NOTICE.
USTAV A. SOHUMAN 1ms a full
VJT power of attorney during my ah.
bciicq Irom this Kingdom.
E. G. SOHUMAN.
Honolulu, March 1U, 181 0. Mi lit
"" NOTICE.
I a hereby glvon that 1 will not ho res.
ponslblu for tho payment of any
debt) contracted In my uume, without
my written order.
DAVID KEALOHAVAUOLE.
Honolulu,, March I'i, WW. OUU lw
Dr. GEO. P. AHDBHW8.
Iteddcncc & Olllrc:
Alapnl btreds.
Comer
King ami
mi Iw
FOR SALE
A
No 2 Itemlni'ton Typewriter, latest
nnttern. us irood us iow. uiinrau.
teed In perfect older. Pi leu fift, Apply
ut once to
AKMSTItONG SMITH,
HOI If" Kiikulliaele, Hawaii
... - .i.i .. i t -
SPECIAL SIEETINO.
A SPECIAL meeting of tlio stock,
holdemof the Suir Mill Co. will
bu held nt the olllco of W. G Irwin &
Co.otiTllUItSDAY, Hie 20th Inst., at
11 o'clock a m. UusIiipss of linpoftntice.
W. O. IKWIX,
C01 td Secreinty.
JUST RECEIVED
I7KOM tho Coist a choice lot of
; Cigars, Cigarettes und Tobaccos,
which will be sold nt verv low nr.ccj.
HANS PETEKSKN,
1'ir, tm Mo. H7 King street.
Prussian National Insur
ance Company.
DUItlN'G Mr. lticineiicluicitlcrs ab
sence I shall attend to the hui
nesi of above Company here, and I mil
now ready to write lnsuiance on favor
able terms.
I!M lw C. llOIl'E.
NOTICE.
1AUI. ISEXHEUQ, .Tit., holds full
power of attorney to act lor me
during my nbenrc from tlio Kingdom.
W. It. ltOWAT, V. S.
Honolulu, Miucli 7. 1MK1. -1IH ilt
NOTICE.
HAVING sold out my interest in the
llrinof H More & Co to .1. N. S.
William-!, all persons Indebtid to said
firm are required to pay the amounts of
their iiiilulitGibirss to me, and nil having
aecounlH against said firm will prornl
them to ine for payment at the olllcc of
It. Morc& Co.
Tnos. It. I.UCAS.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1MH). Ab'2 lm
WANTED
i) A DUAl'T HOUSE
J. for baggage wa
gon; Maud stock (De
ferred. Apply at thii
olllco. 187 aw
WANTED
rpO rent for 1 month a Largo
X. Ilonm or Hull, cillicr
ground lloor or upstair-', must
be eenlrnlly Hunted. 495 tf
TO LET or LEASE
flSftft
N
Yniinj!
street, opposite
J loo Works,
a Milan
Cottnge containing 4 room;
largo stable and yiird, artesian water
laid on; very desirublu for hack or dray
buslno'-s. Apply to
Ann. KEKNAN'DE.,
4?0 tf At E. U. Hall ii .Son.
ltcul Estate For Salo.
rpVO Houses and Lots on
JL Hobello l.'iue, Palatini.
Convenient to si cam and tram
on i a. Very iieamiy locaiiiy. i.oi on
ICIdk street, near Haiuauku's L'liie. Em
particulars apply to
JOHN K. HOWLED.
Or Clnis. T. (Inlick. 4'io:im
Certificate of Kegistrntioii
of Trade Mark.
DKI'AIITMKKT op thk Intkiiioii,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Hands
H.
KNOW all Men by these 1'iesent",
that in accordance with tlio pro
visions of Section i!, Chapter IV of the
Session Laws of 18S8, Hart & Company
have tiled in the Olllco of the Minister
of the Interior an application for the
Degistratlon of a Trade Mark whereof
the following Is ait exact copy:
TliolOllt'O loo Cream L'arloi'H
iiixl C'uiuly J'tutlory.
Which said npnlicatlnii is necnmpnuleil
by the Oath ot .lames Stciucr, a mem
ber of said llt-m of Hart & Co., that
they aro the hole and original proprie
tors of the Ice Cream, Candy mid Con
fectionery for which such Trade Mink
Is to bo used.
Now, theioforo, this Certilleatu is to
grant unto tlio said Hint & Company
the exclusive uso of tho said Trade
Mark throughout the Hawaiian King
dom for tho term of Twenty Years fiom
the date hereof.
In witness whereof, I have
caused tills Certificate to be
IsMied at Honolulu, Hawaiian
this Sixth Day of
A. D. 181KI, anil tho
tho Department of
tho Intcilor to bu hereto
a lUxed.
L. A. THURSTON,
tilt! lw Minister of (lie Interior.
VETERINARY.
Alt. ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
olllco und pharmacy at Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, corner Hotel und UlcharU
streets. Scientific treatment in all dis
eases of domestic animals. Orders for
plantation and ranch Mock promptly
attended to. Mutual Telephone 85 1,
l O. Hox 320. mh.18.8!)
PUBLIC NOTICE.
rpiIK undersigned having been np.
JL pointed agent for II. M. Queen
KnploUni, notice is hereby given Unit
all tenantfl, by lease or otherwise, aro
ordered to make all payments to me, ho
other receipt being valid. Olllco ut tho
l'uhico Htmgalow. Hours from t) a. m.
to4i'.M. IJ.O.ULUKOU,
4UP tf Agent for U. M- tlio Queen.
i Jl .. a.-i. .tiusi.S- ' .'-.' fcrfiiSs!: .
M
jffjK
frlART&COJ
HONOLULU
I Sl'AI i iMlSIIItl-,
S,A,' f March.
. ) Seal of
E. B. THOMAS,
Contrnctor
& Builder.
Estimates Given on Brick, Iron. Slonc &
Wooden Buildings. Jobbing
Allondcd To.
mini's i on sai.ii
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster ot Paris,
Matble Dust, Wlie I.alh,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
HANI).
Quai ry Tiles Oxii red, white and bine;
Million, l'liKtle and KiirsuiMlc 'llle in
vaiious pattern", all kinds of Diaiuage
Wine.
jjSf-Orricn Soutlieii't comer Ala
kea and Queen stieets.
Mutual -aTELEPH0NESr Ball 351
inh 1-90-ly
VOLCANO STABLES
Wnlauuenue Stieet.
Carriages at 1 Minute's Notice,
Also, Siddlo Hones,
Carriages, Buggies, Brakes or Carts,
llAV or Miair.
WILSON BROTHERS,
Propiletors, Illlo, Hawaii.
QT Orders lecelved hv Telephone -a
mil ;;-.)0-y
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
I'llACTICAI.
TINSMITH and PLUMBER,
Comer of King and Ahikea streets,
Honolulu, 11. I.
'FJZlalCVl I OIV VI :
Workshop--Mut 2GI Residence--Mul 23C
8" Estimates furnished on all c'niies
of plumbing"" and tliiMiiilhiug woik.
First class workmanship and material
guaranteed in all the above branches
ol my business at reasonable rates.
4G1 3m
MAGIC LANTERNS
A SMAI.I. INVOICE
Just tbc Thing for tlie Holidays
-AT TIIK-
Pacific Hardware Co.
411 tr
Collector Wiiutetl.
AN active American, Englishman or
(iermati, of good liahlisand char
acter, who also speaks Hawaiian, and
can fiirnbh llrst-cl'iss icfoiences, may
obtain a pcruruii'iit filiiatiou as Col.
lector, by add resting 1'. O. Hox No.
aril, Honolulu.
HOUSE to RENT.
A LAKllr; 2 Story House,
r. llrst eliir.s in every res.
iK-ct, with all neccsfarv out.
buildings, line lavn, shade trees, Mower
lieil, elc, very iiesirauly located within
10 minutes' walk of the I'o.sl Olllce, will
he leased for one or nuvo years, at a
reasonable rental to a sclcjt private
family. Apply at
HAWAIIAN HUSIN'ESS AGENCY.
Furnished House To Let
AT Waikiki, a two story
Honcc, containing six
rooms nicely furnished, with
kiiclien. lanni, hath and servant's looms,
st ilde, ( if. , to let for u tow months m a
reiFonalile rate. Or rooms will he let
slnuly with L'ood table boanl.
HAWAIIAN HUrilNESS AGENCY.
Valuable Properly For Sale
ON Nimanii Avenue, a
newly liirnUhcd U.storv
House .containing 8 rooms,
kiiclien, bathroom, closeis, carriage
house, Btahle, hincry, etc. Grounds
contain 2 2 10 acres, well laid out In
lawnc, shade and fruit trees, .llowcrp,
etc. Will ho sold low, with or without
furniture, horses, carriages, live stock,
und all the appointments needed in a
first-class icsldcuco, as the owner in.
tends leaving these Islands.
HAWAIIAN HUS1NESS AGENCY.
Island Views.
ALAllGE assortmentot Photographs
nnd Stereoscopic Views of the.
most attractive scenery, buildings, etc ,
In these Islands, for sale nt reasonable
prices.
HAWAIIAN HUSINESS AGENCY.
Corner Fort and. Meichant .streets.
'AlOStf
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is heieby given to depositors
hi tlio Savings. Hank Department
of Claim Spreckels it. Co. that, from and
after the 1st day of April, 18t)0, the in
terest allowed on deposits will he in
duced to four (I) per cent per annum.
Dcposltors'will lie allowed to withdraw
their deposits up to that date without
giving tiie usual notice, hut, If allowed
to remain after April 1st, said deposits
will he considered as.sulijcct to the niles
and regulations published hi thu Pass
Hooks.
CLAUS Sl'HEOICELS & CO.
ISU.lili
NOTICE.
HAVING bought out Mr. W. H.
Page in the "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," at 128 Fort street, lain
prepared to continue the above business
uuiler tho old name of Honolulu Car
rlugo M mm factory, nnd being an old
experienced curriago builder I solicit
the natronago of my old friends nnd thu
public In general, ami with my thorough
kiinwlcdi.'o of the. business and with ex
pcricnccd workmen and using only the
best material I guarantee general satis.
faction. Please cull and see mo before
going elsewhere.
(Signed): GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu, Oct. 28, WW, 091 tf
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Society of tho
Extract From Annual Circular to Agents.
Wo purpose placing in your hands In offer to the public an Indem
nity Dotal. Many will be attracted by the fact that you are selling tho
bonth of a life insurance society with uspsU over S 10.",000, 000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its iuti.inslc merits.
"This, willi our various fornu of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to quote the lusults of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual results on similar Policies.
"iikxhv d. iivdi-:,
"President."
fiaV" Scud for illustrative pamphlets, or call in person on the undersigned.
ALEX. J. OARTWR8GHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-l-lo
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A l.AKUE ASSOKTMEXT OF
AMATEUR OUTFITS !
From !i:8.")0 to
The M.
A. SEED and the CAIlllinT DKY" PLATES,
The YEAH HOOK OK I'HOTOGKAIMI Y, '
1MMTISII rilOToaitAHIIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN 'ANNUAL OF I'HOTOOllAl'IIY
And PlIOTOlllSAlMIIU MOSAICS.
HOLLESTER & CO.,
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, Lawns, Parks, Gardens, Churches, Cemeteries, Etc, "'
' FOR SALE HY THE "
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
TiOl If Fpit street, oppo. Spieekcls' Hank, Honolulu, II. I.
E. It. IlKNinir, President & Manager.
Goiirncv HitowK, Seei clary it Treasuier.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
(n.i.M.iTjjn.)
Oppo. SpvockolH' Ittuik, : Fort Nlrect, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN ,
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Gonuino Haviland China, plain and ilecor.iteJ; and Wedgcwocd
Waro,
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chunlloliors it Elpclolior?,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A completo nssortni't of Diills it Filtis,""
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTIONS
Tlio "(l.i7.ello" ll-whceleil Riding Plow it Equalizer,
Hliicbeard Rico Plow, Planters' Steel it Gooseneckcil Hose, -'-J ,
Oilw, Oils,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED, '"
Paints, Varnishes it Hrushes, Manila A. Sisal Ropo, '
HANDLES OE ALL KINDS,
I-Iohc, Hose, Howe, ' A-
RUHHEK, W1UE-HOUND of sup'jiior quality, it STEAM,
Again Iron W'aii', Silver Pin toil Wiuo, Tablo it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shut it Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cai Iriilges,
A.ttl3tVl.S ITOlt
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe it Holt Thieutling,
lluitinnn's Steel Wire Fonco it Steel Wire Mats,
k Wm. (I. Fishor's Wrought Steel Itanges,
Clatu City Stoiio I'ilU'rn,
"New Piocess" Twist Drills,
nov2!-8U ' NcalV Oairingo Pninls,
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Assurance
United State
$100 Each.
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