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OAHU RAILWAY & LAUD COMPANY'S
a. M. I'. M.
Leave lloiiiilulit !i:i)D i:od
A i live Manutiii H:iS y: IS
Leave Miuiniiu ll:Ui) -I :m
Anlve Honolulu 11:18 LIS
A.M. P.M. I'. M.
Leave Ilonululir... !i:::n rjt'.lti limn
Arrive Manaiui .MOMS 1:18 ill IS
Leave M in: moo l:i:t -im:,
Arrive lioniilul 1 1 : IS L':'.:i I :.".:!
Am bk V I) Itryant, .laeob-on, IT day
from Sail l-'rnuel?eii
Am bk Forest (jiiecu. Winding, 17 days
from San Franci-co
SlmrCK Itlslmp fiom circuit O.ilni
Simi' inula f i inn Wni.tuac
Apt II M
Slinr Iwalaut from llaiuakua
Si'lir ICanlilua from Kauai
Slmr Kaala for Xuwlllwlll ami llnn.i
matilii at . p in
Am bk Enoch 'l':i)liol,l!lioailis. for Ade
Schr Kaalokal for Kiimd
Tern Allku forMnkcna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am lik Alilon Ik'-!1, Howard, for San
Srlir llaleakahifor Illlo
For San Francisco per lik OOWhlt
mnre, Apiil liU .lames Campbell.
For San Francisco pi'r lik Ceo . Wil
cox. April 2-2 II and II Lever.
Kioin San FrancNcn per lik C I) l!rv
ant, Apill 'SI Win Kctllug ami wife.
Miss Eln Kclllug. AiNs Logen, anil T
From Waianao per stun- Ifaala Apill
22-11 A Wldeninun.jr, Mint's Atkin
son, and () J Holt.
For Kauai per Mmr Mikaliala. April
22-IIon V Kniid-eii, (J M. I ooke, 1
l'eek,'.l Marimoiit. M Bartels V. Kopke.
II brims, Ml.i-5 Arnistioug, MUs ll M
Xowlein, .1 F Colbtrtn, wile and family.
Mrs Parmenter, Mr Tregouey. .Mr Ton -liy.
mid i"0 deck.
'From a circuit of Oaliu per stnir C It
P.Niop, April 22. A llntfliliiMiii, Arne
niami, .Mr Holt, MNm'n t'.uv (:i), Mr
Scott, ami 21! deck.
From Jlamakmi per stun- hvalanl,
April 2.1-W 11 I'urvls and wile, K W
Purvis, A Sinclair, and 20 deck.
For Mnlokal per btnir Mokulii, April
2-Fred 11 Hav.selden.
For Maul per slmr Llkellkc, April 22
Mis Ida Campbell, O 15 Wells, lions
Wit Cornwell and 111) Walbihlgc, S
Maeauley, and -lo' deck.
Tin1 steamer Likcllke towed out the.
liai k C O Wliltmnrn yesterday afternoon.
The. steamer C It Bishop arrived w
terday evening from the other side of
this Island with 270 bag Mifjar, 50 baps
rice bran, 10 bide, -100 bags riee, and
23 packages sundries.
Tho barkentiiie S X Catlc "took in
sugar yesterday from tin IVlo and Ha
lcakala, and from the Iwalani this morn
ing. She Is now at the Klnaii wharf,
and will sail for San Franniseo next
Friday with 000 ton sugar.
The .steamer Iwalanl brought 47SO
bags sugar this morning from 1.1a-
The Amcrleau bark Foret Queen,
Captain .1 C M Winding, arrived lat
night, 17 days from Sail FraneUco with
nearly 1200 tons general merchandise.
She was docked near the OSS Co's
wharf this morning. Klglit hordes for
Mr O'Connoi eamo by her. Theo 11
Davles it Coare the agent-, of the Foic-l
The American bark C I) ilryant. Cap
tain JiiL'obson, arrived yesterday eve
ning, 17 days from San Francisco with
about 1800 tons general merchandise.
She brought 10 horses for Jim llrayer.
She is consigned to Messrs II Ilack'feld
A Co, and is docked nt the V M S S Co"s
SUPREME COURT OF HAWAII.
(.niKf jusnci: and chancku.oi:.
Klihha II. Allen, appointed June
4, 18.")7; icsigncil Feb. 1, 1877.
Charles C. Harris, appointed Feb.
1, 1877; died .Tiily 2, 1881.
AlberL Francis J mid, appointed
November o, 1881.
I'lltST AS-sOCIATi: .IIISTICK AND CIIAX-
Gcorgu F. ltobertHon, appointed
.Tun. 10, 18.15 ; died March 12, 18C7.
Alfred H. Uartwell, appointed
Sept. :J0, 18C8; resigned Feb. 18,
. Charles C. Harris, appoitited Feb.
IS, 1871; promoted Feb. 1, 1877.
Albert Francis Jndd, appointed
Fob. 1, 1877; promglpd Nov. o,
Lawrenco McCully, appointed No
vember fi, 1881. .)
SUCOXI) ASSOCIATP. JlTsTIOK.
Ilobcrt O. Davis, appointed Feb.
10, 180-1 ; resigned July 8, 18GS.
James W. Austin, appointed July
10, 18(iS; resigned July 10, 18(ii.
llprmann A. Vidcinann, appoint
ed July 10,18(19; resigned Feb. 18,
Albert Francis Judd, appointed
Feb. IB, 1871; promoted Feb. 1,
Lawrenco McCully, appointed
Fell. 1, 1877; promoted Nov. .",
Benjamin II. Austin; appointed
Nov. r, 1881; died July ."i, 1885.
F.dward Preston, appointed July
7, 188!") ; died Jan. 17,18'JQ.
Tiniti) associati: .iumii'i:.
Itiuhard F. Uickcrton, appointed
December 20, 1880.
POUUTII associati: justick.
Abraliatn Fornander, lawiointed
Dec. 29, 1880; died Nov. I, 1887.
Hanford H. Dole, appointed Deo.
28, 1887. , , f
nyyy ; ww wtsT?vjii&'MmLXJM.2we?rrt n
10GAL & ttwmi HEWS.
j IIIIJIASrPt.V luih leon lust.
'I'm: S 1 1 1 1 1 i n c Court will sit in
banco on Friday.
Myotic tuniii will leiider tin am
plified tliiul rank rtiis evening.
i ... ,
Si'cuiiK tickolH Ih timo- for llm
famous Irifh drama Shiiiga'wn,
Tim: foteign jury will bo rciiiiieil
tu-nionow moiiiiiig nl 10 o'clock.
Tin: Imiiit will play nl (Jin'on'-llo-ipital
tn-inonow nl'tciiiooii at II
Tin: tegular nmnllily inecling of
tlie Y. W. C T. P. will be held lie
nuiriow, nt II . in.
Tin: Catholic Ladies' Ik'uevolcnt
Society will meet at tlm Con vent, at
2 o'clock to-inoirow.
Tin: (iiarteily ami annual meeting
of tlm l'nuiiii' llurdwaic (Jo. is called
for WciliiCMlay next al.10 o'clock.-.
IIaii.i church (native), Kilo, lias a
line iiigan, the gift of Mr. David l.y
man ol Chicago, I'onneily of llilo.
A ham: if feililizei.- will lie held
by .In-. F. Morgan, auctioneer, at the
Pacific Mail wharf to-iuoiiow noon.
Tin:o. It. D.ivicM t Co. ofl'er sugar
inachinery for sale wliirh inay be
inspected at llamakua Mill, I'aattiki,
A .MAf-cjCKliADi: ball for the Ix'iU'lit
of the Portuguese Ladies' Cliaiilablc
Association will be held at the Killcs
Armoiy on May 15.
Tin: pile driver is winking on Hie
terminal wbaif of the O.ilm Kaihrny
& Land Company. Mr. J. Outlet kill;
is contractor for the woik.
M.V I .las. F. Moignn will pell
finnititie of It. I. Lillic. A veiy line
lot of feinsaml bol-hoiise plains will
booU'eicd at the same time.
. . -
Cr.t'li. Itrowu, e.xeeutor, luuoidcrcd
.las. F: .Mingan lo sell at auction,
Satmday next at 11 o'clock, the law
books, etc., pf tlm late. Judge 1'icslon.
. Tin: "siinot pitc!ier'b' of the Star
nine was tunneling the air anil bat
tering fences with cut veil balls, in
VililcrYaiit,lliits afternoon no lives
I - - I
Tin: nieniburs of the Mikado Com
jiany will meet to-night at 7 o'clock
sliaip at the Club Stables and not at
the Aiiot) Hull as staled in yeslei
Two horses hitdhed to. out) of the
Hawaiian Tiansfer Co.'.s diavs fell
oil" Diewer's whaif this foienoonv
The dray icmaiiieil on the wharf,
however, and the horses weie saved.
Ykstkiidav afternoon a nioo .look
ing Irish setter, dog ' belonging to
Mrs. Mills on llerelania slieet wan
inn over by u tiamcar and one of its
hind legs shuttered. Mr. V. Mon
fcarral, V. S., is tloctoring the dog and
has covered the injiucd limb with
Tin: Ht'i.i.r.TiN Vi:i:ki.y Simmauy
is-tted April 22 contains hi full ties
eriptiou"of Kanielianielia School, a
complete report of tllu Y. M. C. A.'s
last monthly meeting of the year,
and much other local and general
news, editorial and coriespondence.
Scenic copies for next foreign mail,
as the supply is limited.
Dit. Corrington Uolton, who arrived
on the Alameda, deliveied a Wtuiu
nrSan Francisco on bis way bote, on
the musical sandhills 'of tins desert
of Sinai. It was very iiitcie.sting
and theie are piospectsof the doctor,
who is a member of the Xew York
Lyceum of Sciences, giving a lecture
in Honolulu some time.
Tin: Finance Committee for the
ltoyal" School Jubilee held a meeting
this morning ami elected the follow
ing, officers: J. S. Knjakiula,' Presi
dent; Naganfn Fernandez,, Sucretary
and Tieasiirer; 10. Johnson, Cones
ponding Secietary; also the follow
ing stib-coniniittce: 1). Kalawaia, for
Honolulu, Oahu; II. L. Holstein, for
Kohala, Jlawaii; H. L. Desha, for
Hilo, Hawaii; J. Aluli, for Wailuku,
Maui; 1). It. Kahaulelio, for Island
of Molokui; W. A. Kiha, for Island
of Kauai. The committee will meet
again on Satmday.
A LAitOK waiclioueo for If. W.
Schmidt & Son, in rear of Campbell
block, luiHtho lirst story'wnlls built.
Tho second story will extend over
some low buildings and havo a lloor
aiea of a (tiarler acre. Tho stores
of the new Jinn aio the tlneo flout
ing on Fort shoot next Goldberg's.
V. O. Siironll's linon drapery busi
ness has been moved ono door out
of tlm trio. (Joldherg's store will bo
extended by the inclusion of the
aichway now loading to tho back of
tlm block. Fied. Haiiison is the
contractor for tho building works.
In tho casu of Nawni et al, vs.
Ahieim, continued from j-csterday,
tho native jury rendered a verdict,
shortly before noon to-day, unani
mously for plaintiff with $1 damages.
Mr. Kaiifi noted exceptions to ver
dict as contrary lo tho law and the
J. JIana vs. ,T. C. and S. M. Ka
aukai comes on this afternoon a
casu of damage, appealed by de
fendants from I'olicc Court. Hatch
for plaintiff; Aohi for defendants.
Hoforo Chief Justlco Judd at
Chambers was. partly heard and con
tinued G. W. Maefarlano & Co. vs.
J. S. McCandlcss et al., motion lo
open default. C. h. Carter for
plaintiffs; V. V. Ashford for de
fendants. Tho Chief Justice granted tlm
petition of A. SI. Hewett, bankiunt.
aiul ordered that ho bo disciiarged
froin-hls debts.j I'ctltlonui'lii per-
rj lt :U JjJ
DAfl.Y WLLIflTlN : HONOLULU, U. J.,
wu woittsjfw 'm mmpmmrm
THE TREATY INWARDNESS,
h It (In- IVHiiilr. r mi Aunt allon J
In the latter "part of Inst year the
following despatch from Washington
was widely published :
Some interesting revelations havo
been made here regarding the pres
ent Hawaiian islands discus-ion and
the lalest, given below, show Ihat
Mr. lllaine, with that "vigorous
foreign policy'1 for which he is yet
lo become celebrated, made up his
mind six years ago to annex the
islands lo The I'liited Stales if such
a thing weie possible. The sugar
rings of the Pacific slope are greatly
interested in a pecuniary sense in
having a development of the Ha
waiian islands by American enter
ptisoif they can' bo directly added
lo the national domain and their in
terests, which are the chief concern
of the administrators of lite Hawai
ian (ioveiiimcnl, happen to coincide
with the ambition of the present
American political leaders. A gen
tleman, who is conversant with all
the negotiations on the matter, said
last night : I was actively engaged
near the close of Mr. llliiiue's last
tenure of the State Depailment in a
scheme for the annexation of tiic
Sandwich Islands to the 1'iiiled
Slates. Clans Sprcckels, of San
Francisco, was the head of the com
bination, and prepared the Hawaiian
side of the project. The
KINO was mtorr.iiT INTO Tin: suiir.Mi:
by a private arrangement which was
lo guarantee to him ami his imme
diate circle the means of living in
style nl -Paris, independently of the
very handsome allowance which it
was presumed thu Senate would
agree to make to him by treaty and
House of lleprcscnlalives by the
necessary permanent appropriation
for the execution of the treaty obliga
tions of tho I'nited States.' A ma
jority of votes in the Hawaiian
Legislature for the ratification of the
proposed treaty of annexation had
already been secured. As soon as
the necessary "options" on the isl
ands had been obtained the matter
cautiously drifted toward and under
the observation of the then secre
tary of state. ' Sir. Blaine was sur
prised at and somewhat incredulous
of the readiness of the Hawaiian
King and Legislature lo sell out, but
admitted that a question of great
public inloiest would bo raised by a
suitable picscntatinn ol tlie matter,
accompanied 1)3 proof of the ability
of the parties to deliver the goods
offered. He went so far as to inti
mate that if .
rin: sovi:i:i:i(iXTV or Tin: im.anih
was in Tin: -iai:ki:t
tiie United States could afford to
pay higher than almost any other
power, and that in any event there
was no possible middle course be
tween Hawaiian independence and
annexation to the United States, as
it was not to be thought of for a
moment that any Huropean power
should be" permitted to 'get posses
sion of the islands. Some little
proof of good faith was made lo Sir.
Blaino, and further proof was on the
way when he was retired from office
by President Arthur. His succes
sor, Sir. Frelinghuysen, gave an un
qualified negative to a guarded sug
gestion to him, saying thai lie wish
ed to hoar neither the details nor'sec
the evidences, and. intimating that
nothing short of a direct approach
from the Government of Hawaii or
formal action of Congress would in
duce him to take the subject into
serious consideration. People have
NO AIiKQlWrr. CQXCKl'TIOX or Tin:
of tlie HawaiianGovcrnment and
polity, - the unserupulous
ncss and shamclcssncss of the actual
rulers of the kingdom, and the ha
bitual use pf money from.10 coiits
to 810,000 to' grease the wheels of
administration at every turn. It is
impossible that the thing should go
on perpetually. The collapse would
have come before now except for
the jealousy and intrigue that per
meates the atmosphere of the foreign
commercial establishments and lega
tions. At any moment Ktigland,
France, Germany, and the United
States may against their own wisli
be put into the position of snarling
dogs over a coveted bone, and then
will be the time when a prompt and
resolute attitude by tho I'nited
States will do humanity a service by
averting a great war over a small
occasion. I am convinced, from
my knowledge of the situation, that
the superior claim of the I'nited
States will be recognized if strongly
asserted, and I -regard tho present
treaty as an itimation by Sir.
Itlaine to the three European pow
ers that they must stand off and
let tio United States conduct the
funeral when the inevitable end
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Slystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., al
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., at
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7:1 110.
Services at. Central Union church,
Drill Co. C, Honolulu Itillo,
at. 7 i'M).
Sale of fertilizers, P. SI. wharf,
by .las. F. Morgan, 12 in.
' Kegular cash salu, by L. J. Levey,
10 a. m.
Y. V. C. T, U. monthly meeting
:t p. in.
Caiholiu Ladies' nenevolent So
ch'ty, '2 p. in,
THE MANDAMUS CASE.
;,, ((, y tWortf, Anvil S
The decision in the mandamus I
case, the IIi'i.i.utis notwithstanding l
to the contrary, has not given satis- 1
faction to a share, and that not a I
small one, of the public. It was
well known to the members of the.
Legislature held two years ago, that '
the law contemplated "the working of
piisoneis on any public woik thai
might lie available, and when
apptopriationx weie asked for
certain public wolks. as, for
instance, Slit), 000 for tnaenda
mixing the streets ot Honolulu,
81,000 for Ivalihi road, S5.000 for
road from ICainoiliili tn Kapiolani
Park, etc., etc., tho Legislature
knew that in all probability prison
ers would be placed on those works.
And the appiopriatlons asked for
had untiling to do with the fact of
whether or not prisoners would be
worked on them. When the appro
priation of S80,000 was asked for,
for the support of prisoners, it was
well known that a large pioportion
of the time the prisoners would be
woikod on public works, but that
the amount was needed for their
support, during tlie lime they were
at work as well as when lying idle
in jail. If not, why was so large
an appropriation asked for and
As lo the Volcano road: At the
lime the matter was talked over, pro
and con, in the Legislature, it was
said "that perhaps the prisoners on
Hawaii, might be worked on that
rond," not thinking that their sup
port should come out of that appro
priation, but, as always had been
done, out ot that of "Support ol
Prisons." The late decision, it
seems t us, not that we should
speak with disrespect of the Su
preme Court, has muddled the whole
business of working our prisoners.
For it that is the line intent of our
appropriations, then, when a prison
gang is put on tlie work of repairing
a washout on a Honolulu street for
which street an appropriation has
been made, it must be charged to
that appropriation, and so, if twenty
different gangs were worked that
same day on different public works,
a separate account must be kept by
the jailor of each gang, what it cost
that day to support them, the share
of the expense of jail-keeping and
lunas for that day, and so on. Where
would the end be?
Five men may be at work on re
pairing wharves, two cleaning out
houses ill the government grounds,
one helping on repairing electric
light wires, etc. Kach account must
be kept separate and a voucher for
the support of each drawn on the
appropriation for such work. Hut
then we fall back on the intent of
the Legislature, when it passed
these items for public works, and
we do not for one instant hesitate to
say, tiiat it was not the intent, that
thu "support of prisoners" should
be charged as above stated. Our
statutes plainly say that, in the in
terpretation of laws, the intent of
the Legislature should bo taken into
consideration. And that, it seems
to us, in our sliort-siglitedncss per
haps, the late decision does not do.
No, it looks to outsiders tiiat the
whole object of the Auditor-General
was to try and make capital against
tho present Cabinet. It was neces
sary, perhaps, that something should
be done to enable the anti-Kefornicrs
to start a cry of "inal-adininistra-tion"
against the SlinUter of tlie
Interior, for they well know that the
affairs of the department, as we
honestly believe, have been so hon
estly and squarely conducted, that
nothing could be laid against it. Hut
Sir. -Thurston mpst be ousted and
this is the way to do it. Hut you
may fail in it yet, my good fellows.
Meantime a large number of piison
eis are at present'lying in our jail
here doing nothing, as appropria
tions for public works in tlie district
are not available. Is this tlie "in
tent" of the Legislature';
. GOLD aim" Knkul Xut lliea-tpin,
A between YV'ntcihou-cV N'o. to
Stoie ami the While Hou-e. tYlli -Jt
AT MuklM, a Peacock. ft."i reward
will be paid to any peixm le
turuiiiK said bird to
KHlw It. I.ISII.MAX.
iv. or j?.
A MPLIFIED Third Hank fbv Mvsllc
IV Team). I'O-NKillT. Apri'l -.!,
IMio, at their UaMle Hall, King snout,
nt 7 o'clock sharp. All ipialilivd are
Invited. Per order.
Gi:o. 0.. STRATUM KYKH,
Kill It K.oflt. AS,
JL P.ielile Han
animal iiieetlntr of the
(Iware Co., fld). will
be held at their olllce on WF.D.NT.sJ
DAY, April tllllli, al 10 o'clock A. M.
Jas. F. SPKNC'KK,
"!!ii til Secretary.
ALL tho members of the Hawaiian
t'oimiieiclal Co. ate wanted to be
at thu meeting In W. C. Acid's Law
Ottlcc, at. 1L' o'clock noon, WHPXK.S
DAY, April :io, J mo.
I). K. ISA K Kit.
otf) lw Acting .S"crcia ry .
A (iUAXD Masquerade bill will tako
V place, on TIIl'IKDAY. the l.'illi
May, lislMi, at the Honolulu Itllles Ar
mory, Hcretaiiia street, the proceeds to
be given to the Porliiiieso I. miles Cha
rllalile Association, Tickets of admis
sion isl.Oo, will he sold hiler. .Vlii td
APtilL Si'4, ltjyo.
Auction Sales by hnm F. Morgan.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
lly onlci- of C'KCil. IIHOU'N. Kc
eiltor of the l'tiiti'4if lite lule IM l'iv
ton. deeea-eil. I will "ell at Public .Mic
tion, til tin Nile-loon). IJlieell iiccn,
On SATURDAY, April XC,
.IT 1 1 (I'CI.IICU A. M ,
Tie Lw Bmte, Perineals,
And KRGft SAFE
of :dil i:-tuli-.
.IAS. T. AIO KG AN,
:ti: lit Auctioneer.
On TIIUKSDAY, Mny 1st,
AT 1 O'4'MH'K A. 31.,
Al the lesldeiiee of It. I. I.ILI.I K, K-ij..
Lunalilo sticet, 1 will -ell at
Household -: Furniture
Bpliolsturel M Lone,
Combination Secretary & Bed,
B. W. Bedroom Set,
A-li Ileihooin Set,
B. W. Extension Dining Table,
Al-o, lln- large anil viub'd collec
Ferns & Hot House Plants,
Compii-lng the Unci assortment
ever oflercil for sile.
tsW Premises open for In-.pi--iIini on
Wediie-ilay, April Itoili, from 10 o'clock
.. M. lo 1' o'clock i J.
JAS. F. MOKCiAN,
S;' ft Auctioneer.
Sapr Hciery For Sale
1 Putnam Engine. 11:H.
I Three Holler Mill.
1 5 feet Vacuum Pan,
Wlih -JU Inch TJelV ,V Tilting-,
1 liKliix'.Kls Combined Vacuum
1 12xtJx7ls Combined Vacuum
t& All In good order ami couilillou.
ami icadj fordollwry at the end of llic
plcseiit gihlillng hu-oii. Mav be in
spected at IlaimiKiia Mill, P.iau'llo, Ha
waii. Apply in
bi im Theo. H. Davies & Co.
Unsurpassed! Most Delicious!
And Finoly Flavored
Ornamented In I'.vci-v Nl.vlr.
Cheaper than at nnv other place In the
ICICII niitl 1!TKK
At ; OiiIIui-m a ;ul!ou.
Made from tho Woodlawn Celebrated
Proprietor Pioneer .Sie.im Candy Fac
tory A' bakery. ' .";i."i lin
V. S. ll. PIKHUK will act for nu
ll 1 under lull power of attorney, and
nttend to all business entrusted to the
Hawaiian lluslucrs Agency ilmlii; in)
absence tiom this Ki'uplnin
LOUIS T. VALK.NTINK.
Honolulu. Audi it'. 1PIH). f'WljJ'
NOTICE to CJSEDITOHS.
fpilE undersigned having been dulj
.JL appointed Kxeeutor of the Estate
of Julia I.. Itawsoii, late of Honolulu,
Inbuilt of (Mini, deceased; notice Is
hereby given to all persoiu to present
their claim against the estate of said
.Julia L. liaw'sou duly authenticated
whether secured by inorlgigi) or other
wise to John S. Walker, al hl ollice in
lloiiiiluhi, Oahu, wlililu nix mouths
fioui the date heicof or the, will be
fm over baried. 'And all pei'Mius In
debted to raid estate will make ituiiie
dlale pavnient theieof lo
i:ecutor Last Will and Testament of
Julia L. Itawson, deceased.
Dated Honolulu. April IS, IMIO,
I 181)0 jf
Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Eitnict Fro .11 Amual Circular to Agonts.
"Wo. purpose placing in your hands lo offer to thu public an Indem
nity llond. Many will be 'attracted by the fact that you art.1 selling 'the
bonds of a life insurance socicly with assests over Sl(i", 000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its intrinsic; merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you arc
now able lo rptote the results of twenty year Tontines) tjivo you yreat
advantage- over utliuis, :h no other company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual results on similar Policies.
"IlKNItV 11. IIYDK,
HtsJr Send for illuntrative pamphlets, or call iu person on the under-signed.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
Oeneral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-l-'.m
A LA H(!H ASSOHT.MK.NT OF-
Prom .s.-.O in
KODAK CAMERAS !
The M. A. SEIMi and tu- t'UIIirTT l)l!Y PLATKS.
The YKAII HOOIC OP PIIOTOGUAPIIY,
liUU'J.SU PIIOTOCUIAIMIIC ALMANAC,
AMI-'.ItlCAN AXXl'AL OK IMIO TOIMIA I'll Y
And PIIOTO(iKAPIIIC .MOSAIC?:.
HOLLISTER $l CO.,
IO.) VK'V HTItKKT.
R. It. Hr.ximv, President , Manager. John I'n, Vice-President,
lioupui'.v lliiowx, Seeretarv ,t Treasurer. Ci.on. IIiiowk. Auditor."
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Siirct'kolM Itiiiik, : Fort Street, llonniulu.
IJfPOJlTKRS and DKALKRS IN
Gsn'i Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Geuuino' Haviland Chiaa, plain and decorated; and Wedgtwood
Piano, Library Ji Stand Lamps, Chaiidolior.s iV lClcetolimv,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete nsottui't of Drills ,v Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Ol EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "CSaello" Ibwbeeled ltiding Plow & Kipializcr, . t ' ; ,
Itliubeaid Uire Plow, Planters" Steel t (2oo!:cnccked Hoo. '
LAKH, CYLINDICK, ICKUOSKNH, LINSKKl),
P.iiulH, '.u'nihes A Brushes, Manila A Si.-al ltop',
' jj- llANDliHS OF ALL KINDS, -'j l ?"J
IIohc, JLXose, Hose,
UUIHlHIi. WIRK-IIOUXD of juip-.-ii.ir uti.ility, A HTICAM,
Agate iron Ware, Silver Plated Warn, Table A- Pocket (Jiitleiy,
Powder, Shot ,t Caps, The Celebrated "Club" Maeliinedo.iikil Ciu Iridgcs,
Halt's Patent "Duplex" Die Slock for Pipe fc Holt Threading,
H.iitmauV Steel Win- Fence it Sleel Who Mills,
Whi. U. Fisher's W.rought Slel Rnugy.s
Oate Citv Stone Fillers,
"Now Piocum" Twist Drills
Hnv-2fl-8!1 Xeal's Caitiage I'uintB.
FOR LEASE or PURCHASE
On JT:iis.n 'I'eriliH.
MKA rpUK Itesldeiii-o nt R. 1.
ffSSSSra Lillie on Luniililo street,
IflEEKNl oontaioing Double, l'urlorn,
Large Dining Room, -I Hedroomu, Drcs.-.
ing and bat Income, Kiiclu-u and U Pun.
tlies, Detauhed Kervant's. House, Stable,
Coach Hoiisu and Chicken Yiml, The
Groutnls are 10.1 fee.', front and about
Hffl fi.et deep, and are all lld out with
Palms, Roses and Choice Plants. Will
be vacant on the tltlMay. The Fernery
ami Feins lo be removed unless nureed
on. MT if
btiuutcais. Would II Ke
niiiet pbinu near Hotel. Mo-
deratii rent dot-lrcd. Address "O. C,"
lltn.i.KTi.N Otttue. ' .109 if
, m f I'M) rent for 1 mnntli a Large
Agm i. r.Knoni or Hall, cither
HMiMI ground ttnoror upntairi', must
be cent) ally situated. 11)5 tf
ltonl Estate For Sale.
rrWO .Houses hiuI. Lots on
hello Lane. Palnina.
Couveiileut to stcaiu and Itam
cina. Wry lieaitny locality, i.ot on
ICing Btrmt, near liamiiukuV Line. Foi
particular!) apply lo- ;
JOHN F. HOWLKR.
OrClias. T. Gulick. -UiOJiii
fl'IIK above rewind will he paid to I
X any paity giving eviuoiieo whleii
will lead to the conviction of the pel sou
who threw it stone or stones at one of
the black swans, belonging to tlie Ka
piolani Park Association, on Similav,
the -Mh Instant.
W. M.,(HFFAItl, i,
VII lw Secietary K. P. A.
$100 E.icb. ; ".
Of San Frnnnisto.
Practical Piano, Pipe & Reed Organ
Tunor & Repairer.
Having win bed In sorao of Hie luigest
pbuio uiid org'in factoiles in the United
citatiM nl America, I am fully uhlr and
prcpaied to do all kinds of repair work
in Ihu most Fiitistanlory immner,
ftSr Orders can be left nl II. 1
Wicliinan's.Jewelry Btore, Fort etrei-i,
at the Advertiser ollice, or through
Muliiid Telephone No. !M. Mlfi Ini
IIRKWOOI) for tale at Hawaiian
X Couunc-reial Knlisreoui, corner ot
0,uren and Niiuiimi Mrcuts. 4t if
" SALT FOR SaTe.
1HAVE received a fow hundred bag'
"of Salt, of the very nest quality,
each bag weighing 120 pound", 1 will
sell al very lowest price nt $1 each;
special reduction by the Ion Outers
from other Islands will be promptly
attended to with satisfaction gu-umi-tecd.
Address all ordeis to '
Ciias. I. HIRAM,
Til) 'J in Habnoipo. Honolulu, Oaliu.
For Sale at Low Rates
NEW Phaetons and Top buggies,
YtM.tr and Cold Walter Cm is, I
ii.itlnci higgle, Pole and Miaft; also,
Second band Hacks, Open and Ton Hug.
gief, all in good condition; and Hordes
suitable for plantation .use. Apnlv
fill 1 in S 1. mihw, Munauer.
rpUfiiimkriigneU will tell.at ittblin
X auitiou on Salniibiy, April IU,
ISIMI, nt l'J o'clock noon, in the (Invein.
mont Pound, Wahnauo, Kwn. the lol.
lowing aiiliuds: 1 Whilii Hoim-. 1
lorrcl Pouy and 1 Huckskhi .Mine.
. X ,, - JtlCUKIIAIIII,
VJ7 lw Potiud ibler,
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