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.WEDNESDAY, MAIL 2G, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
LCIIVO HouollllU 9 SCO
Arrtvu MuuiuiA 0:4H
Leave Manann U:(K)
Arrive Honolulu 11:43
A. M. 1. M.
Leave Honolulu... scao 12:1)0
Arrive ilanana ...10:18 1:18
Leave Mamma. . . . 1 1 :U0 1 : 1'J
Arrive Honolulu. ..11 :48 i!:'il
Stmr O R Bishop front circuit Oaliu
' : 0ElArtruhEU.
Am bit Benj F Hunt, jr. Prltchard, for
KuUulul, en route to San Fraucisco
U 8 S Nlpsio for u cruise
Stmr Walalcalc for Nawlllwlll and Ha-
uamaulu at ( p m
Schr Mol Wahine for Koholalclo
Schr Surah & Eliza for hoolim
Stmrlwulaul forLahulna and Ilatna-
kuu ut 12 hi
Am bktne Irmgard, Paul, for SanFran-
Am bk Ferris S Thompson, Gatter, for
tan Frnuclsco at noon
11 M S champion for a cruise
VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Am bkt Mary AVlnkelman, Dyreborg,
for can Francisco
Am bgtnc V G Irwlu, J E McCulloch,
for san Francisco
For Maui per stmr Llkeilkc March
25 Misses llorba (2), II O Tread way,
J X S Williams, lloii It D Wnlbtidge,
G II Tweedlo and 40 deck.
For San Francisco per bktne Irmgard
Mar 2G G de Ltieu and 2 eons, -Miss
Lucn, Mr Lee. Dr Hall, L r Lincoln,
and Mr Greorua.
For San Francisco per bk Ferris S
Thompson, Mar i0 S S Thompson and
J II Stclllug.
For Hamukua per stmr IwalnnI, Mar
2G W Y Horner.
For Kauai per stmr Mlkahalu, March
25 Mr Willis, F W Glad , A Meier, M
.1 Fcrriera, 11 Dlckaon, E B Smith. II
W Schmidt, E Baltcy, O Wolters, Rev J
II llanalke aud'wtfe and CO dec it.
The liktno S N Castle has boon mov
ed out in the stream to wait for sugar.
The bktne Mary Winkelman and the
bgtne W G Irwin are expected to leave
to-morrow for San Francisco.
The bk G O Whitmore went on the
Marine Hallway this afternoon.
The Am bk Ferris S Thompson, Capt
F W Gatter, sailed to-day for San Fran
cisco with the following cargo: W G
Irwin & Co, 0211 bags sugar; II A
AVidcmann, 3270 bags; W J Sprouli,
1828 bags; .IT Watei house, 200 bags.
Totals: 14,015 bags sugar, 871 tons, and
domest.c value, 980,03.52.
The American clipper barkentine
Irmgard, Capt A II Paul, sailed this
afternoon for San Francisco with 18,412
bags sugar wtigliing 2,248,1 8 pounds
and valued at 103,fl10.0G. The cargo
was shipped ns follows: F A Sclincler
tt.Co,5,81l bags sugar; O Btewer &Co,
12,001 do; Campbell, Marshall & Co,
750 bunches bananas; GduLuca, 77 do.
AN INTERESTING GATHERING.
There was an interesting gather
ing yesterday at Manilla, (Mr. II.
V. Poor's Bcaside residence), com
posed of old Hawaiian ladies who
had met to entertain Mrs. Hardwick,
of Boston, an old kamaaina, who is
visiting Honolulu after an absence
of 47 years. The company of seven
were all wh'o remained of her 'school
mates of long ago. The reminis
cences and gossip of 47.years prov
ed lively entertainment, aud would
have heen a mine of wealth to any
literary Jenkins. Tho party forgot
their years, and in imagination tlieso
daraes of sixty became, school girls
ngain, aud indulged in ono day's
thorough enjoyment. It was a
charming reunion of a tarrying gen
eration which links tho Honolulu of
the present to its primitive past, and
if the dames are to ho beliovcd, Ho
nolulu of forty years ago was really
a paradise which has sadly degener
ated witli its litter, politics, and
The postage stump will celebrate
ittflitlelb. anniversary this year. As
everything in existence, so the pos
tage stamp had.tO'bo invented, and
this invention is duo to the printer
James Chalmers, of Dundee, wbo
died in 1853, and who finally with
his system, tlic adhesive postage
stamp, conquered the civilized world.
At first it was England, who fifty
years ago introduced tho postage
stamp, Itnd who, according to a de
crco of December 21, 1839, issued
thejflrst stamps for public, use on
May 0, 1840. A year later thoy
were introduced in the United States
and Switzerland, and again, a few
years later, lu Bavaria, Belgium and
France. One of tho most important
and valuable collections of poatago
stamps is in tho German Imperial
Post-office Museum, which contains
over 10,000 postage stamps an'd
other postal delivery devices. Am
The postal card celebrated its
twentieth birthday on September
25, 1889. Prussia suggested it in
18.155, bit Austria began it in 18C0.
America took it up in 1873, and by
1878 its use was universal. Me
Tub Puikuli case has reached tho
utauo of closing urgument. Mr.
Bona is'uddrosiing the Court, for ro-fipoiidonl,
niiiiijiwijiii - wMv
LOCAL .& GENERAL NEWS.
A rise lot is ofl'i'ied for Mile.
Tin: rnbin boy of the V. G. Iiwin
Chun Kow is no longer authorized
to sign the nniiiu of Fid Koe.
The funeral of J. X. Robitioon is
announced to take place to-morrow
, . . . .
Tlinllnilioiul House near bridge on
King street is u candidulu for public
Stockholders of Pacific
Mill are summoned to meet
ut 10 ti, :n.
A dividend of ten percent on Star
Mill Co. stock is puyublo nt W. G.
Irwin it Co.'d.
A )iKiortTi:D deserter from tho bark
Fen is S. Thompson was discovered
sick in Queon's Hospital.
The Y. V. C. T. U. will hold its
icgul.tr monthly meeting to-morrow
nt tf p. m., in thu Y. A. (J. A. parlor.
David Dayton lias an assignee's
noticu in litis paper regarding tho
bankrupt estate of Manuel de Gou
veiu. Foun officers nro detailed from tho
police daily, to go to Oaliu i'rieon
from 11:30 a. m. to 1 p. m. until
A oiiakd concert will be given at
Kaumakapili Cliurcli Saturday even
ing, for the benefit of tho Sunday
school. The Kamelinineliu Glee Club
will take part. Admission is low and
a first-rato concert certain.
It lins been suggested by a bach
elor, who lias foolishly pledged hini
colf to celibacy, that mhiio elderly
ladies, who are clever with the needle
establish in business for the exclusive
purpose id sewing on buttona and
mending the underwear of bachelors
and widower. Elderly ladies, be
cause, otherwise, the temptation to
pull oil' buttons and tear clothes
would be too great.
EVENTS THIS EVtMNG.
Anniversary Social, Daughters ef
Rebecca, Arion hall, at 8
Drill Co. C, Honolulu
at 7 -.DO.
Oaliu Lodge No. 1, K. of
Mystic- Lodge No. 2, Iv. of P., at
Services at Central Union church,
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7 :30.
Continuation credit trade sale by
Ja9. F. Morgan, 10 a. m.
Y. W. C. T. U. monthly meeting,
3 p. ni.
Funeral of J. N. Robinson, A p.m.
Johnson Spooner was discharged
for drunkenness, but, on trial for
threatening to shoot his son-in-law
and daughter, was committed to the
Supreme Court with bail at 8500.
Eight Chinese for gaming were
sentenced to pay $10.10 each and
be imprisoned at hard labor one
hour. Appeal noted.
PROJECTED CHESS CLUB.
Attention is called to a notice of
meeting of chess players to be held
to-morrow evening. A prospectus
of the objects and means of attain
ing them kindly furnished by the
chief promoter of the projected
club is unfortunately crowded out
to-day by long reports begun before
its receipt. All having an interest
in tho subject may look out for the
article to-morrow afternoon, and in
the tneantiuieiuduco friends to at
tend the meeting.
THE HUNT CASE.
His Excellency Attorney-General
Ashford has received n letter from
Major Wodohouse, II. B. M.'s
Commissioner, acknowledging the
receipt of the Marshal's report of
the investigation into the complaint
of "abuse and neglect" preferred
by Arthur Hunt against tho police.
The Commissioner says :
"I have carefully perused tho
Marshal's report, and I am satisfied
that there is no ground whatever for
the charges of cruelty and abuso
made by Mr. Hunt against the polico
"I regret thai, anyone calling him
self a British subject should have
conducted himself In such a manner
as the ovidenco proves Mr. Hunt
did on the night of the 18th inst."
Major Wodohouso expresses himself-
as much obliged to the Attorney-General
for the troublo lie bad
taken in tho matter.
PRISONERS KEPT IDLE.
Why U It that tho prisoners nro
not permitted to woric on the roads
of Honolulu and in the atone quarry
where it has been usual to so employ
them? 1 notice free labor has been
substituted. Surely tho Auditor
General has not become an obstruc
tionist. Undoubtedly lie would
audit bills for prison labor wherever
free labor is being legally employed
on the roads to-day. The matter
assumes u serious turn when wo
contemplate tho enforced idleness of
men supposed to be wot king out
terms (at hard labor), aud its efl'eot
on the prisoners will prove most
pernicious. Let the prisoners work
wherever possible. IS.
March 20, 1890.
1XAA1A .litfLLMMWt HONOLULU, il. i,,
PETITION AGAINST PAIKULI.
Trial of tho :oiitcMel Koolatt Elec
tion In the Muprcino Court.
J. L. Kaulukou Was a candidate
for election Feb. 0 ; know Jno.
Puoa ; lie was n luna appointed by
tnc (reference to the statutes showed
"runner" to be tho proper name);
he consented to act as such between
tho 20lh of January and the day of
election ; I left Honolulu on the 18th
and met him cither Saturday or Sun
day ; tie contented to act ; I had not
made up my mind whom to appoint ;
on my return to Honolulu I Bent out
a printed list; from what I saw of
him I thought ho was working in
my behalf ; on election day to my
surprise I found ho was acting
against me; know Kahau ; he is as
sistant manager of Kancohc planta
tion ; ho was ono of my appoint
ments; on tho 21st or 22d I called
a meeting at Ivnneohe church and
Kuban spoke advocating my elec
tion ; I afterwards appoiuted him
one of my hums ; lie continued to
work for mu till Monday before
election ; when Bowler and ottters
went over to Kancohc Kahau spoke
in my behalf; ho acted in my behalf
till 4 p. m. Tuesday vthen lie ex;
pressed confidence in my success;
on morning of election ho came
late; I spoke to him and he said I
was all tight; I noticed, however,
lie did not work for me ; 1 know
Kuupaha; lie was acting for Pai
kuli ; Kailaa was head man on Pul
kuli's side; Kanli was one of my
runners; on election day lie stood
aloof and did nothing ; Kailaa and
Kuupoha had not been appointed by
me ; I got 128 votes and Paikuii 130 ;
know Mahoe ; was standing a short
distance from him when he voted ;
saw him give ballot to Mr. Rose who
rubbed it between thumb and two
fiugers, saying, "there are two bal
lots here this is not a proper bal
lot ;" Mahoe said Kailau gave bal
lots to him ; he gave them in this
form ; Rose claimed this was not a
proper ballot for deposit: I said
"Yon are correct;" Mr. Rose asked
tho opinion of the two other in
spectors ; Mr. Kaulia said this man's
vote should not be refused as there
is no evidence of fraud en his part;
the other members seemed to over
rule Mr. Rose, who agreed with mo
and the man was allowed to with
draw; could not say from my own
observation whether there were one
or two ballots ; Mahoe camo back
and voted ; Mahoe, having been
allowed to vote, we sent for one man
Hoopili whose case was the same
and asked that his vole be allowed ;
the request was refused ; Kauli said
he could not read at one of tho ses
sions of the registration board ; I
was present; Kauli presented him
self, said he could not read aud
write but could write his name ; he
had not taken oath to support the
Constitution ; this was the first time
he had presented himself for regis
tration ; Mr. Rose handed him the
Constitution in Hawaiian ; he said he
could read only in English ; when
the English version was handed to
him the man w.as able to pick out
letters and name them ; the board
devoted considerable time to tho
man, who slowly spoiled out my
name on an old ticket; ho said he
could onlv write his own name ; he
said his ago was 25 ; know Paikull's
handwriting ; (paper shown) that is
not his writing.
Cross-examined Do not think
Koali comes within tho provision of
the law. Tho law does not state
how much a person can read or
write but it dous not say that pick
ing out certain letters constitutes
reading and writing. Paoa promis
ed to be a runner for mo; do not
know that he worked for both can
didates ; heard his statement in Po
lice Court that ho worked for both ;
he did not tell me when he promis
ed to work for me that it was his
intention to work for Paikuii also;
as a lawyer I have found many na
tives who asserted thoy could not
write and yet they could write ; had
seventy lunas, as I remember.
Re-direct (bhown paper.) TliU
is Paikull's handwriting.
Objection by Mr. Rosa.
J. A. Hassinger I am chief clerk
of the Interior department; have
charge of election returns ; this box
contains with one or two exceptions
the electiou papers of the sixth dis
trict. (The witnoss hero opened tho vot
ing list when counsel decided not to
prove names by him.)
This is the election return of ex
penses of Mr. Paikuii ; it is not in
the form required by law, and is not
Cross-examined Suppose list was
forwarded by chairman of inspect
Mr. Rose waB recalled to exam
ine list of voters I find by list
that Kauli voted No. 132 ns per list
of clerk and also record kept by in
spectors. Find by reference lo re
gister that Kauli was not on list of
voters for 1887. He took tho onth
January 28th. j I find name of Bla
hoc on list of voters ; he gave his
ago ns 101; his number was 122;
know Paikull's writing; this paper
is in his hand ; it was hauded to mo
by Mrs. Koso while I was in tho
field; it was in the time required by
law. To tho Court This Is the
only return I have received.
CrO!8-imined I was offered a
return subsequent to the Police Court
trial which I declined to rccelvo, on
tho ground that a report had been
rondered and rocelved in the timu
required by law; tUe ono offered
was sworn to; this is the paper; I
refused It as I was not entitled to
The Court hero orders Inspector
to open envelopes containing ballots
of the candidates. The witness se
lects one from each envelope. Tho
Court directs the clerk to enter of
record that tbu Paikuii ballot was
folded paiallel with the print aud
the ballot of Kuulukuu crosswise of'
the print. Comparison of ballots
show them to be of same size.
Mr. 11. N. Castle asks permission
to put Mr. Rose on the stand.
Know Mr. Kailaa ; mot him at the
pali before trial ; some weeks be
fore; Olds was present; Mr. Olds
said, "you are kolohel"' be replied,
"aole;" I asked, "did you not get
ten dollars?" ho said no; I said,
"I find your name on the report for
that amount;" ho said, "aole loa,
Cross-examined Think ho haul,
mahope palm; he was very jolly;
talked with him in native; he said,
"aole loa, inaliopc;" I understand
native ; Mahoe voted before Hoapill
came in, the vote of Hoapili being
second ; the board asked who gave
him the ballot and lie said Paikuii ;
Paikuii denied it; ho was quite
angry ; it was folded Btuno as first ;
I found out after having in my
hands that tho ballot was double ; I
did not regard tho man as guilty; I
laid it to runner; he refused to vote
savins Paikuii had acted badlv to
By the Court Did not think in
asking who gave him vote that it
would bo equivalent to disclosing
how man would vote ; did not think
out of my province to ask such a
Cross-examined Ono ballot must
have been insido the other; the
lunas must have folded them before
delivery; I slipped them apart; it
might have been a mistake on the
part of the candidates.
Makahalupa was present at polls
February 5th ; am acquainted with
Kailaa; saw him election day; he
was nt the courthouse in Koolatt ;
was acting as runner for Paikuii;
know Kauli; saw him nt the polls;
ho was doing nothing wlicn I saw him
in telephone ofllce ; I could not say
whether he was acting as a runner ;
saw Paoa at the polls ; he was act
ing for Paikuii ; about half an hour
before polls opened he camo to me
saying he had been asked lo work
for Paikuii; I told him he iiad
agreed to work on .our side ; since
the election he had explained what
the witness did not understand be
fore. Testimony objected to and objec
Know Kuupaha ; saw him at polls ;
was acting as runner; same as Kai
laa ; acting for Paikuii ; saw Kahau ;
he came in aud voted, ihcn'went out
and Bat down ; did not see him act-
lug as a runner for either of the
candidates; he acted as a runner
for Kaulukou before the election
day ; Kahau was present at one
meeting in behalf of Kaulukou ; ho
made a speech favoring his election ;
evening beforo election went to
where Kaulukou was stopping ; saw
Kahau there; do not know why he
came; be might have come acci
dentally. Cross-examined Was one of Ka
ulukou's lunas; I did my best for
him ; have held sevoral Government
offices previous to election ; resigned
them to help Kaulukou ; did not ex
pect reward ; am not in the general,
habit of working gratis ; was agent
to take acknowledgments to deeds,
etc., also fence commtssioncrr; the
olllccs did not nniount to much ;
the fees were light ; I never receiv
ed a cent as fence commissionc ; did
not receive 810 since 1887 as agent
of acknowledgments; my services
were lo expatiate to thoso approach
ing the polls on the merits of Kaulu
kou ; don't know how many runners
Paikuii had until I saw tho election
return of expenses ; our lunas were
about S5 or about one-fourth the
number of voters.
At 2 :20 continued to Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock.
rpilK funeral of the Into John N.
JL Robinson wilt toko plaeo at 4
o'clock THURSDAY APTKRNOON,
March i7tb, from his latu io.ldcnce,
Ueretania street. Friends and acquaint.
ances ari cordially invite d Ota It
0 Kin? street, nnur tho Rridiro
Open day and nltrltt. Meals at all
hours. Ordeu for California produce
received E.T. OILZY,
0i2 3m Proprietor.
A MEETING! of Chess Players will
bo JielU at the rooms of thu Camera
Club, on-Aliikea streot, on THURSDAY
EYEN1NO, March 27th, at 7:30 o'clock.
A SPECIAL mooting or the stock,
holder of thu tVclflc Sugar Mill
will be held at tho ofllce of F. A.
Scn&efer Co, on FRIDAY NEXT,
tho 28th lust., at lu o'clock a m.
312 at . fecretary.
A DIVIDEND of
Ten MO) Per Cent
IX. on tho capital
stock of tho Star
Mill Co. in due and payable to share.
holders at tliu outre or
512 3t Wm. O. IRWIN & CO.
171I11EWOOD for nilo at Hawaiian
. Commercial Salesroom, corner of
(Jueen and Nuuanu strtuti. -109 If
iMAUUii 20, IHMV
Auction Sales by James P, Morgan,
New' Household Furniture
..vr a i'ctioiv.
FRIDAY, March 28th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11.,
Al the mideuce of At in. N. Schwartz,
No 1 Wellington Plnce. Nuuanu strrut,
I will sell at Public Auction
Tho Entire Househ'd Furniture
1 Elegant Upiiol. Bed Lounge,
Kbony Culilni.t Mirror Hack,
New Center & Sofi Hugs,
CARYED B. W. BEDROOM SET,
Wool, Ilnir & Hpting MiUtruoscp,
Ffftllicr Pillowp, Mosquito Nut,
iliitiro Oak Bedroom Set,
1 U. W. Mnrliktop Ilcilroom Set,
Iiifio Wanlrobe, MftnglDg Lamps,
Koa Dining Table,
Idnck Walnut Dlolng Chniip,
Ice Chest, Dmh Tub,
1 Domestic Sewing Machine,
Kitchen Stove fc Utensile,
I'M., Etc, EU:'.
8trTliO Furniture Is all nw. Pre.
tnlsos open for inspection nil day Tburc.
tiny, March 37th.
J AS. P.
Saturday, March 29,
AT 7:80 O'CLOCK '. 31.,
For the Benefit or the luiuuinknplli
Knum&Luplli S. School Choiu...
Lwa biiiuliiy School.
irn..ni u o.i.n..i r
a. Kapalatua IS. School Chorus
"Sweet Vale of ltest."
I. Kamehatneha Glee Club
' . . . "Kvenlng Houi ."
c. Ewa Sunday School.
0. Kapalama H. School. Duett,
f..'"ln the Starlight."
IXTCHMIESION Fl'vr. illNUTK-i.
Pauoa Sunday School.
Kwa Sunday School.
Kaumakapili S. School Clionn...
Kapalama S. Kuhool, Solo and
cnorus....Tiic wile's Appeal."
t. Kamehamcha School Chorus....
,. "Father otMerelcs."
6. Kwa Sunday School.
Adults JO Cents
Children '.'.'. .":': I-.-: LTi Cents
tr Tickets to be had nt tho store of
A. L. Smith, on --Forf'struct, and at thu
door. " 51 2 4t
Government Coupons Lost !
March 2Jid, Coupon 830, llond No.
Honolulu, March 23, 1B30. 011 tf
ANUR8F. (EuglUh preferred) to ac
compuny a famlly with a baby lo
England, to leave' Honolulu on the 3rd
May next. Apply at tho office of tho
Daily Bulletin. 610 at
A SITUATION ns Engineer or Lunn
Well mi all fled to till cither noei
tion References If required.
'?. II.," this office.
A WOMAN Bcrvimt or Servant Girl
to partly attend to 2 children, and
do lle;ht housework, for a gentleman's
family on Kauai. No scrubbing, lamp
cleaning to bodonc; other pervnnts kept.
Apply to .1. 12. BROWN & CO.,
COO tf .Merchant street.
fyUIK undcruigued having been
JL pointed Afl)icn?u of Manoel
Oouveia, bankrupt, of llolualoa. North
Kona, Hawaii, requests all parsons ha v.
log claims ngainu mid estate, whether
secured by mortgage, or otherwise, to
E resent tho name al 'once duly proveu
eford tho Court, and all persons In.
debted to Raid estate will make imme
diate payment to mo 'at my office, No.
91 King street, over John Nott's
Honolulu. March an, ltiltn. ftia 4t
NOTICE 1b hereby given that the
oltlco of O. O. Nacayatna, Chief
Iuspector of Japanese Immigrant!), has
this day been removed to room No. 19,
over Sprockets' Bank, Fort Ptrect.
March 25, 1850 Bll fit
CAMERA FOR SALE
10 Cam 1 1 iv with Al Durlolens, three
plateboldera and tripod, will sell
Write "R. D. W. L.,'
For Salo at Low Kates
Phaetons anil Top Buggies,
'razer anil Cold waiter Carts, 1
Business Binrulo. Polo andibaft: also.
SucomMiand flacks, Open and Top Bug
gies, all In good condition; and Horsea
suitable for plantation u.u. Applv
HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES,
nil lm - S 1. Sbaw, Manager,
INDEMNITY BONDS' '
Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Extract From Annual
"Wo purpose placing in your haiitla to offer to the public an Indem
nity Bond. Many will he attracted by the fact that you are selling the
bond9 of a life insurance society with nsscstH over S 10.",000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to sec its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you arc
now able to quote the results of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
lie able to show actual results on similar Policies.
"IIKN'RY B. HYDE,
&- Send for illustrative pamphlets,
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for thu Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. Jan-l-9o
A LAKCIE ASSORTMENT OF
AMATEUR OUTFITS !
Prom if 8.50 to $100 Each.
KODAK CAMERAS !
A. SEED and the C A It BUTT DRY PLATES.
The YEAR BOOK OP PHOTOGRAPHY,
BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN ANNUAL OP PIIOTOORAPHY
And PHOTOGRAPHIC MOSAICS.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101) FORT STKKKT. ::::::
E. R. Henduv, President it Manager.
Qoukrky Bkown, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,,
Opiio.Npvcckt'lt' Brink, : Fort Mtreet, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Oaauine Havilacd China, plain and decorated; and Wedgcwood
Piano, Library &. Stand Lamps, Chandeliers & Elcctoliors,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assor'.m't of Drills &. Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tho "Giuclle" 3-whoeled Riding Plow Si Equalizer,
lifucbeard Rice Plow, Planters' Steel & Goo6cneckod Hoio,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varnishos & Brushos, Manila A Sual Rope, ,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, XdCome, Hose,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, it STEAM,
Agato Iron Waro, Silver Flatcd Ware, Tablo Pocket Cutlory',
Powder, Shot it Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machiue-loaded Cartridges,
llart'w Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipo it Bolt Threading,
Hartnian'a Steel Wire Fence & Steel Viro Mate,
Wm. (L Fiaher'u Wrought Steel Range,
Gato City Stone Filters,
'Now Piocchs" Twist DriliB,
nov-29-8'.) Neal'fl Carriage Tainta,
Dr. GEO. P. ANDREWS.
Residence it OtD.cc:
Corner KIuk and
FOR REPAIRS TO SEVERAL
Buildings of St. Andrew'3 Priory.
Specifications may be hud Bt the offlcc
of ALEX J. CART WRIGHT.
Merchant Su, Opn. Ilcihol Bt.
Honolulu, Mar. 21, 18P0. 503 I w
BILLS for BALL.
ALL hills against the ball committed'
of Co A, Honolulu Rifles, will bo
received by the Chairman.
E. B. THOMAS,
fiOSlw P. O Uox rto. 117.
T7ROM the Coast a
choice lot of
I? CigatR, Cigarettes
which will he sold at verv low nrico.
No. 87 King street.
Union Iron Works Co.
NOTICE Ih hereby Riven that at a
mi'utlnc; of the pubscrlbors to tho
capital stock of the above named Com
pany held in Honolulu, 11. I., March
0. IS90, It was voted to accept tho
Charter of Coi partition dated March 1,
18110, for thu term of fifty years, grunted
by tho Hawaiian Government. Tho lia
bility of tho stockholders U limited to
the amount duo and unpaid on thu
shares held. The following olllcers
wetu elected for tho ensuing year:
.I.N. S. Williams President,
R, More Secretary Jc Treasurer,
A. J. Cartwright Auditor.
The above named olllcers alo consti
tute a Board of Directors.
400 ltn Secretary ib Trensuur.
Circular to Agonts.
null in psr6ou on tho undo
John E.va, Vice-Presldeut.
Cecil lii-.ow.v, Auditor.
DRAFT No. 436, drawn bv the Ho.
nomu .Sugar Co. Feb." 10, 1890,
for 8320 has been lost or htolnti. All
parties aro hereby warned against
negotiating same. 4'J2 1ra
'IWO Unfurnished Rooms,
X t centrally located. Applv
at theV'Klcle" ofllce. 511 tf
COTTAGE convenient to
street cats, Would liUo
ISSHI quiet place
near ndtol. Mo-
Address "C. C,"
dcrato rent desired,
A FURNISHED Room In a
private houtc by a steady
Ad Ires "P. O.
O runt for 1 month a Largo
Koora or Hall, elluer
ground Moor or upstair?, nimti
be centrally Mtuatttd.
LOT FOR SALE
A FINE Level Lot, 100x20(1
fret; very deniable for
building. Will bo void cheap.
For futthur particulars ad.
drubs "A," Bulletin Ofllce.
CHUN KOW la no longer in my en(.
ploy, and U not authorized to Eigu
my name or act for mo It) anv manner
whatever. FAI KEK.
Hoaoluiu, March 82, 11-00. Ol'J lw
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