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NOW" IS THE TIME
t, ';- ' AlON'DAY, JUNK 23, IHbO.
j ' . ,- , ,
i'ff '" OAHU UMLYiAY & LAUD COMPOS
-" ; TIME TABLE:
'- ? . KEOULAK TRA1K3.
,,3 V,., a. m. r. m.
'-'sn'"' , I.oavo Honolulu 9:uo 2:00
,i' ' Aulvo M-annii.i OitS 2:13
&". - Leave Mamma 11:00 -1:00
f Arrive llotiululu U :1S 1 1 13
r SUNDAY IllAIN?.
A. M. 1". M. 1'. M.
,' Leave Honolulu... D::iO 12:;i0 tWOO
AnlvoMiiu.uin ...10:18 1:IS 11:10
Leave Maiiiimi.... 11:00 1:1:) 1:0,'.
Airlvu Honolulu,.. 11:13 '.'-.HI -1:6.1
"-"a e- L-Jgf.
J nno 22
Stuir Likelike from Maui
1 M S S City ol Poking, Civmly, iyt
dav. item sail Francisco
Stmr Aiikaliala fiom Kauai
j-ciirLlhollho fiom Wiiliimie
I elir llnleakaln from Kilmlul
Gur bis Goo N Wilcox, Rnn-h, ?) days
fiom San Francisco
Schrlvnulkeaoull from Kohala
1'JISS lily of Peking. Cnvarly. for
Stmr MoLolil for Mololutl MlG p in
Sinn- .T a t iiiutnlns for Koul.iu ut D a in
llehr Kawnllani for Kouhu
S-.-hr Murv for Haimbei
Stmr llllauca Hon forTepeclieoaud Ho-
noiiiu HI li p 111
Stnir Kuala lor Kllauea mid Ilanalel at
C n m
fr'tinr Pule for Punaluit, Ilnwali. at 12 in
VESSELS LEAVINQ TOMORROW.
Stmr Likelike for Maul at 5 p ut
htiur Klnau for llllo and way pons at
2 p in
lilinr hvalanl for I.ahalna And Hattia-
kua at 10 a in
Stmr Mlkaliuln for Knunl at ". ji ni
fctnir Wala enle for ? awillwl.i and Ha-
narniiulii at 4 p m
Am bkt Planter, Dow, for "an i rauelco
Aui bk FerilsS Thompson. Wain, fur
San Franel-co 12 in
Kchr Kawailani for lioolan
1'i-oiu Muu per Mmr Llkclikc, Juno
22 Ml-:-J It linpplu, ll .loluisou,
M llappln. MI53 May Horn, ilra
Cook, S Atiuil, wife and li eliUdrcn, Mis
M Augusta, Mra Jl Jose and child, E
Krugar, Mr Uurtls, 11 Laws, J G i ar
ney and 4 1 deck.
From Sun FrancIco per bk Geo K
Wilcox, 'tine 23 K Lovejoy.
From Kauai per Ktnir .Mikahala Juno
22 lion 1' 1' Kanoa, GU-minel, II Us
J3Gay, UL llrito and wife. Mia FJ
Turner and son, W Hunter, Ml-s Gran,
O 11 llisbop, A Iloblnson and wlte, Mr
Kluecl, K Kopko, Mm M J ijllva, 11
Mylue and 50 deck.
From San rraneisco perl' M S S City
of Peking, June 'J2-!steciaj;e: .Mrs
"Wntsun and IS t hhnso i .'ihScngers. In
tihnslt: 13 cabin and J a steerage for
Yokohama, and S cabin and 71 steerage
CARGOES FRGAHSIAKD PORTS.
Htmr Likehkc SS76 bags sugar, fia bags
coin, 2D b:ifC3 puds.21) bags paddy,
2 horses, 20 hojj-s.lUO pks Uiidrlus,
10'J'i ft 'Utnbcr, 12 bell hides.
Stmr Mikaluila 5121 bags sugar, 22
head entile, and 111 hides
Schr ICnuikeaouli 2uC0 bags sugar from
Schr I luuliho 1701 bas sugai1 from
Tho P M S S City of Peking took from
this port on Juno 22 1-10 LliliiCMi steer
age passeugera inelutiins; 9 women for
liongkong. and 0 Japmicie for Yoko
hunia. The Planter and the Ferris S Thomp
son will carry full cargoes of su.ar tor
San Hraueiteo to-tnonow.
"Tlic Geriiinii bk Geo X Wilcox, Capt
Win Rasch, at rived ibis morning, l;t
days from Han Francl-co wliii n full
earpo of general mereliandUo including
eighty tons of heavy machinery for the
Iliilou Iron Works.
"-The ship Uorrowdnlo Is taking In 700
tons of ballast, -.-lie will sail within ft
tortukjht for San Francisco.
JUDD-KOBKRTS At ICualoa, Oahu,
June 22, 181)0, by the ltev. 11. II.
Parker, Alary Makiilehua UobeiUto
ChurleJ IIusilng.s Judd.
The Hawaiian liana will give a
public concert at Eraran Square this
evening at 7:550 o'clock. The fol
lowing is the programme:
Ovei turo Festival Bach
l'laaleCarmen I Izet
Iteinlidscences of Mozuic Godfrey
Poll Pumeliana, Like no a like, Main I
MedlevYo Olden Times Rover
Fantasia Ihnporor's Ilevlew.Eilenberg
DEATH OF LOUIS C. RASEMAN.
Tho Kalamazoo, Michigan, Ga
zelle of Juno 5lh haa an account of
tho death and a sketch of thu hjs
tory of a prominent rcsidout of Ka
lamazoo, Louis C. Hasoman. The
gentleman was a Herman by birth,
but settled in tho United Slates in
1851. He had been 30 years n re
sident of Kalamazoo, and was for
lhat period closely identified with its
progress, lk-ing a public spirited
nuiu and taking a leading part in
mauy important organisations, lio
wus widely known and much te
epocted. A stroke of paralysis was
the cause of death. Ills family,
uonsibtiiig of the wife and eight
children, were all present ut tha
end, oxceptiug one son, who was in
a foreign land. This absent ono is
our reepoolod townsman, Mr, A. II.
Theme wcro "razors in the nil" on
Fort sticet this morning.
will sail on Monday
7, at 10 o'clock.
limn Slubol, German Consul nt
Apia, has bean appointed to Slung
bni. Ssvehal desertions fiom the
Charleston have been reported to the
Tirnnc wore beven lines and three
foifi'ittf for (IrunkcnncM, in the Police
Court this morning.
Tin; Mechanics' and Wotkin;
V. P. Union will meet in K.
U ill tu-nionow evening.
Tm: Court in llunco met at 10
o'clock this morning and at 10:05
adjourned until 10 o'clock Wednes
d,y. Mh. L. J. Levey has a largo assort
ment of iirowoiks for sal, adapted
for the proper eokbration of tho -1th
Two watermelons i.ibeU in Mr. II.
Vieiu's pardon at Hilnwa, Ew,
weighed 05 and 7!i.t pounda rej.rcl
ivuly. Witns tiio steamer Auctralia.hunce
June C, was three d.iys out, u daughter
was born to Mrs. Charles Ailioiion, n
Mtt. J.is. P. Mors.in will sell at
auction the household furniture and
fl'doto of Iiov. W. C. Meiiitt, Puna
hou, on July 2nd.
AMEnic.VM citiaens will meet at the
Hawaiian Hotel, at 8 o'clock this
evenine, to make niraiigcmeut.s for
the celebration of the Fourth of July.
Tun hibt lot of polos to complete
the Mulokni laud line for the Cable
Co. and the Don id of Health line
goc.-i down on the Mokolii this after
noon. The li.uk Cflibarien has been chart
eicd to load at J3an Francisco for Santa
Ito.-aliu. Thence sho will proceed to
Alliilii to load dyowood for Xew
This S. X. CumIo will Hail for San
Francico next. Wednesday. This
vessel has opleudid passenger accom
modation. Castle & Cool.o aro the
Mns. Lcvia is giviny n tea party nt
tho Hamilton House this afternoon,
in view of her i'ulendd lulurn to
Shu Prnnciico by tho next trip of tho
Examinations of the Kauieha
meha tH'hool will tHk placo from 9
to 12 o'clock to-morrow. Tho tunc
to tea the mechanical woik is after
this part of tho closing exeroicCH.
AsoTHUB note has been received
fiom tho Charleston hiri;o crclv,
which, referring to nn item in the
Advertiser, again denies that the
Acorn barge crew has agreed to any
thing definite about a race. It con
cludes: "Wo uic perfectly willing
and ready to row the Acorn men and
put up tho money, any moment an
opportunity i.t ollbred."
Meetings ol representative com
mittees of the National Reform party
and tho liofoim party were held on
Saturday night, for tho purposo of
nominating a Noble to fill tho place
vacated by tho resignation of Hon.
J. A. Cummins. The National party
choto Mr. C. O. Bergcr, and tho Re
form party Mr. A. Young. An at
tempt was mado in the Reform meet
ing to pass a resolution endorsing
the present government, hut failed
AniilTiTSnrj" tVe-Ic---June t!3 to C7
The written examinations at Oahu
College began lo-dny, the following
being tho subjects: Evidences of
Chrislianity, Geology ,Latin (Ciesar),
Greek (Homer), French 2d and 53d
years, Book-keeping, Moral Science,
Greek (Anabasis), Latin lessons,
French llh year. Below i3 tho
programme for tho following days:
Tuisdav. 9 :30 a. m. : Princi
ples of Art, Latin (Cicero), Latin
(Virgil), Trigonometry, Cliemistrv,
English Language. l!!:3Qr. h. Se
nior Literature, English Literature,
History, Physical Geography.
Wednesday. 9 :30 a. ji. : Latin
(Ovid), Physics, Geometry, Alga
bra. 12:30 r. jr.: Blblo by the
Thursday. Public exercises. Re
citations begin at 9:10, and aro as
9:15 to 9:40, Latin, Virgil Miss
9:40 to 10:05, Greek, Homer
10:0ato 10:35, Literature and
Art Mrs. Pinney.
Keccss of fifteen mlnutqs.
10:50 to 11:20, Algebra Mrs.
1 1 :20 to 12 ji., Chemistry Prof.
Lunch will bo served In tho din
1:15 r. ji. General rhetorical
exercises in Assembly hall.
Fkiday.--9:30 to 11:30, closing
exercises of the Pnnahou Prepara
tory School, at 73 Beretania Htreet,
Evening Public exercises by gra
duating class and anniversary ad
dress by W. C Merrltt, in Central
Union Church, at 7:30 o'clock.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
concert at Emma Square,
Harmony Lodge No. 3 I. O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
Meeting United Slates oitlzons,
Hawaiian Hotel, 8.
Tiio Supreme Court Removes
Great Excitement to ilu Sugar ilarket.
Tiio Soimto I'hiciiro :.T.iim!llco Cun-
biiUirtiix tim vnt-iir iaiji.
Sak Fi'.avcisco, June 1 1.
The sailing of the City of Peking
tliis afternoon affords an opportun
ity to write to Honolulu. Since my
last letter I hero has been quite an
C'suitciwnt in the local sugar mar
ket. The newspapers got nut sen
sational article of sugar famine,
and it was stnleil that the cannery
buiinc$3 would be mined because
the Supreme Court kept 10,000 bar
ids rclined sugar locked up in the
American refinery. The canners
were interviewed end said there was
no scarcity, that they had nil the
sugar tui'V wanted on contracts with
the California refinery, and that
thorn was no clangor of their busi
ness suffering. There was a tempo
rary uhortngo iu arrivals, however,
when the-e articles appeared on the
Glli and 7th instant, ami the Su
premo Court handed in ita decision
on the Receivership question of the
American Refinery early on Monday
morning, Juno 9th, making the writ
of prohibition imperativo and re
moving tho Receiver. The decision
wus contlned to this question alone,
the Court expressly stating that it
did not touch either the contempt
caso or the decision of Judge AVal
laco forfeiting the charter of the
American Refinery. Tho contempt
caso would be dealt with in a separ
ate ruling, and tho main iaiue would
be decided on appeal. Meantime
thu forfeiture decree stands iu full
force and effect. Tho point of the
icceivership ruling is that a receiver
for ii solvent corporation can only bo
appointed on application of stock
holders; in this caso llicy opposed
On tho decision becoming known
there was great excitement on the
street among the Auieiican Refill
en's brokeis who had been nt a (lis.
advantage since Feb. 17ih, when the
field of supply passed exclusively into
tho bunds of the California refinery
whose business they had (systematic
ally tried to injuie, and who there
fore could expect no favors. Tho
American people telegraphed us far
East as the Missouri liver "Decis
ion in our favor; granulated Cg,"
and read the dtspatch to their loCal
clients. As a matter of course they
wero busy filling ordeis, but us the
California Refinery met tho drop it
did not causu any friction in that
It is calculated that tbo American
Refinery wrote off 'about 6-10,000 by
the drop iu price made by their
despatch on their refined stock
alone. As about 150,000 bags
of sugar arrived for the Ame
rican Refinery on Saturday and
Sunday, the 7ih and 8th instant, it
"follows that the profits on refining
will not bo so great as they might
have been. Liberal supplies also
arrived for the California Refinery
from tho Islands and tho British
stoaraer Sussex arrived on the 9th
from Java for the California with
3,000 tons sugar. Three other
ship3 are to follow with sugar from
New York telegraph reported
sugar yesterday: Raw, easier;
fair rellning 4J; centrifugals, 90
test, 5 9-10; rciincd tirru and fairly
The Senate Finance Committee
is considering tho Tariff Bill. The
schedules on tobacco and sugar are
to be acted upon to-day. Fears
aro expressed tuat the freo sugar
schedule will stand.
Tho Ventura arrived from Ant
worp'on tho 9th having on board the
plant for tho boet sugar factory to
bo erected by tho Occidental Beet
Sugar Co. It will go into ware
house for the present.
There has been great gambling
speculation In Sugar Trust certifi
cates on Wall street, and about a
dozen broker linns have failed in
consequence, II. Haveiueycr is
severely scored for wrecking a pro
perty ho was bound Iu honor to
Tho Pacific Linseed Works ou
Tiiird street were burned last night.
Loss about 8150,000.
Colonel Spreckcls and family ar
rived from the East per special cur
ou tho 12th instant.
Tho Union Iron Works wero tho
lowesttenderer8forthc two new war
ships. If built nt San Francisco
5,000,000 will bo spent in con
struction. THE HEW HAWAIIAN DIHECTORY.
Having completed tho canvass for
this woik in Honolulu mid tho Isl
and of Oahu, and compiled tlmfaino,
wo find wo have on this Iblaud alone
over 5000 more names than wo had
in our last italic. Wo do not include
any Chinese this tinio other than
business firms, their managers or
bookkeopois, We aro quite sure thiH
Dircctoiy will bo a full, complete and
reliable eotirco of information and bo
Faticiaotory to all. Wo would request
tlioso who may have changed placo
of business or residence, new coiners,
or any that wcro possibly omitted,
to send their names with present ad
dress to mo nt once, as the new book
will bo ready for delivery in Seplcm-
J. C LANE,
P. O. Bojc'-KW.
(tpnt Iii-atlior-IIniittnc 'itntoit..
Uuvatt tlettlN Ktui- 'iirtM-u to
The Hawaii and Star clubs met
Saturday both laboiing under disad
vantages. Chan. Wilder, catcher,
und Chas. Wilder, shortstop, were
absent from the Star team, their
places being filled by new players
Bickle of the U. S. V. S. Charleston
and Wm. Wilder, a young and pro
mising local ballist. Lauo in place
of Kaia for tho Hawaii was not a.
weakness further than tho substi
tute's being unpracticcd with the
team in match work. But the Ha
waii's catcher wa playing in ill
health, which mado a good deal of
difference. There was . the usual
large attendance, and the crowds
were to some cxtCDl vociferous in
llicir enthusiasm. Following is a
summary of tho play, preceding the
I. Hawaii to bat. Thompson,
lly to third ; Lauo, dropped at first
by shortstop. Dan, two-base hit,
slolu third, running for home when
Pryce iu cut off by &bortstop at
,lrst. Chandler, lly to left; Bickle,
hnlped out by pitcher a1, firat; J.
Perry, throe-base hit, left ut third
by Wodehouse's fly to right.
2. Keohokalolo, out at firat ; Self,
fly caught by second on a run ; Lua
luwa, first on error, r.tole second,
third ou passed ball, home on Rosa;
Meek, firt on balls, stole second,
third on Rosa, who made u bac hit
and stole second, when Thompson
was third out at first from third.
Conradt and Perry, out at first from
second, Wilder, on n grounder slop
ped nt first. Hawaii 1, Star 0.
3. Lane, out at first from
catcher; Dan, second on hit, third
ou passed ball ; Pryce, foul lly to
first ; Keohnkalole, out at first from
becond. Winter, first ou en or of
centre, second on Carter out nt first,
home on Chandler, who got second
and third on a wild throw, and
home on a passed ball ; Bickle, base
hit, out at home; Perry, bu-e hit,
out at third after Wodehouse hit.
Hawaii 1, Star 2.
i. Self mid Luuhiwa both came
home on wild throws, after single
hits and stolen bases; Mock, out on
fly to second ; Ro3R, base hit, left
by Thompson out at first from short
stop, and Lane with a foul lly to
first. Conradt, Perry and Wilder
all, hit to field and were put out.
Hawaii 3, Star :.'.
5. Dm went out at first; l'ryce,
two-base hit, and Keohokalole, Self,
Luahiwa and Meek, singles, all
scored pat tly on each other's hits,
the rest on wild throws; Rosa sent a
fly into centre's hands; Thompson
got to liril on an error at left, and
Lane turned the long lane with a lly
to right. Winter and Carter, out at
first; Chandler, a 11 v to third. Ha
waii 8, Star 2.
C. (J. Perry catches for Star,
and Wilder and Conradt exchange
place.) Dan, first on error, stole
second, home on wild throw ; Pryce,
base hit, advanced by wild tluow,
homo ou Keohokalole out at first;
Self, base hit, and Luuhiwa, first on
error, both left by Meek striking
out and Rosa hitting a lly to short
stop. Bicklo and J. Perry, both
first on errors ; Wodehouse, first on
hesitation of third in throwing, and
Conradt, two-base hit, all scored ;
A. Perry, Wilder and Winter rulircd
at first. Hawaii 10, Star G.
7. Thompson, base hit, out at
third; Lane, lly to centre ; Dan,
first on error of shortstop ; Pryce,
out at first from shortstop. Carter,
out nt first from catcher; Chandler,
base hit; Bickle, out at first; J.
Perry, fly to left. Score unchanged.
8. Keohokalole, out at hnt.; Self
and Luahiwa, after making base
hits, wcru dropped in stealing bases.
Wodehouse, out on tly to left;
Conradt, second on hit, third ou A.
Perry out at first, scored with Wil
der, who got base on balls, on a boso
hit by Winter, who with Cartcr,basc
hit, bcored on a double baser by
Chandler, tying the game ; Chandler
went third ou a tluow, and camo
homo on base hit by Bicklo; J.
Perry hit a single, was advanced to
second by Woduliouse, who was
promoted tho samo stage by Con
radt, while Bickle scored ; J. Perry
out at third, looking toward the
home plate. Hawaii 10, Star 12.
9. Great excitement! Will Ha
waii recover lost ground and hold
it? 3Ioek, Rc3a, Thompsou and
Lane mado base hits, then one after
another scored ; Dan out at first ;
Pryce, base hit, stole second, left
by Keohokalole, fly to second, and
Sc'f, out at first. Greater excite
ment! Will tho Star make its deficit
of two a surplus? Wodehouse,
strikes; Conradt, baso hit, stole
second, third on A. Perry out at
firat, and makes third out trying to
score on Wildcr'a hit. No use,
Star! Hawaii 1-1, Star 12.
T. 11. II. II. O. A. P..
ltlcklu, c. ir.t..
Perry, .1. r. f . A 0.
Woduliouse, E 3b.
Conradt, s s.&e.f.
Peiry, A. lstb...
Wilder, W,c.f &.s.
Oaiior, 3d b
6 2 2 0 5 0
ii 2 1 0 0 1
.".1 2 2 11
5 1 2 II 2 1
5 2 Ii 13 2
3 0 0 lfi 1 2
ft I 0 2 2 2
12 10 0-1
11 1 13 2
i'i 12 13 27 17 13
Pi yee, Mb .. ..
Rosa, r i
10 27 10 7
0 1 025 20 0-1 W
0 0 2 0 010 CO 12
Two-bar-o lilts Chandler, Conradt 2,
Dan 2. I'rjce.
Tlirco-baso lilts Peiry, J.
Ila-i-s ou balls -lly chandler 1, by
Meek 1 .
Htiuck out Wo'k'houc. Meek.
Left on tm'ps -Star-1. HawailsS.
Passed balls Dan 1. llk-kle 3.
Umphes Messrs. W. Lucas audl.ock
wood. Scorer Chan. Wilder.
Following ii the f-landing of tho
clubs in the Hawaii Ba-eball League
up to Juno 2ift. One gniiio played
between the Stars and Kamchamc
hat, is under prolct-t and not count
ed: n.AYKi. 1.0&T. wo:;
Honolulu. . . .
The annual exercises at Kanieha
meha School will bo held to-morrow
morning, beginning at 9 o'clock.
Following is the piogrammc:
Filth Division. SM):M) Miss I.
M. Iliiiht. Reading and Equations.
Fourth Division. 9:.'!0-J0 Mr.
L. C Lyman. Reading, Analysis
Third Division. 10-10:15 Mr.
U. Thompson. Language Lessou,
Fractions and Geography.
Second Division. 10:15-11:30
Mr. Townsend. Reproduction of
story told by teacher, Proportion
and Interest und Letter-Writing.
First Divi.uon. 11:30 12:15
Mr. T. Richards. Geometry, Oral
Composition and Algubra.
Tho conference repoit on the
Senate dependent pension bill passed
the House. The '"dependent"
feature, giving pensions to depen
dent parents of soldiers, was struck
out iu conference. The bill distri
butes 835,000,000 among the poor
soldiers of the nation.
Fourth of July
CITIZENS of the United States resi
dent lii'ic, who wish to celebr.nt!
iu an appinpi'late maimer tbu eoiuiug
anniversary of ilm Independence ol the
L'nhed Stales, July lib, aie invited to
iiiei'tiit the Hawaiian Hotel. MONDAY
EVENING. June 23rd, at 8 o'clock, to
make the ucec-sarv arrangements.
C3 at J01INL..VrEVKN3.
G. A. R. Notice.
IlKADQUAirrnus, Glo. W. DuLoho"!
Post, No. 15, Dr.i-T. ok Cam
I'OUMA. G. A. R.
Honolulu, .hum 2:;, 1S!VJ.
rMIERK will bo a rpcoli!
L ninnting of till Post
iu iti Hall, Kiiur Hired,
at 7:."0 o'clock. A full al.
tcmbuicti is riqiKMtcd.
It us is rr KG NOTICE.
rpilB M'-elianles' & Woiklngmcn'A P.
.A. P. Union w III meet al ths 1C. of P.
Hall, Fort .-treel, TUESDAY EVEN
ING. Juno 2llh. Doors ojh'ii at 7
o'clock. As there is huMnest, of Import
ance to attend to all members are re
quested to be present.
ij7 2t PER ORDER.
I-.--. TIllMth ot ."
.'&& onFilday, :
?2ste5-2Zfc "Klnau" will u
at 10 o'clock, July
03 lw WILDF.R'SS.S. CO.
NOT! OI3 to ILOllSratlKX !
fJMio Celebrated Ilun
niudoali" will stand
this K'.von at tho
lerma S.10. For further purtleulai
apply at iho Dairy. fS5 3ni
toi'HUK & JJrulea For Sale.
"piIE following dcslrablo anl
X. maU will be gold at a bar
gain, to will 11 Finn Young
Horses, 0 Young Mules, Hired by the
Keutucky Jack 'Bluelicr," II lirood
Marcs, expected thortly to have Mulo
foals. Apply to
.170 tf -12 Merchant s reel, Honolulu.
Meat Cattle I
On MONDAY, July 21zi,
TIktu will bft Bold at Public Auction,
111 Cahilvimil, Maul,
mOO IM COWS &CfllTGS,
MOKE or LESS.
fif" A good opportunity to procure
flue stock. 67'J lm
r.srn:i Status Luoation. 1
! 20, 18'J0. ;
sH S"r n
Society of the United States,
Arc now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of lusurauco goes with every Bond. ,
Tho following aro a few of the many attractive formsoffored by
oiiginal and progreasivc Company:
ENDOWMENT DONfJS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " ' " " , "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt und certain, and it3
('Yivj (he frets York Sun, Apriliih, 1890.)
Tiio liurgtyjO l.iwmcss Evur Tr;iu:actotl by h Life Assur
The now business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for tho first quarter of the presont year is reported to exceed Fifty
Million' Dollaks. This is at the rate of dco hundred millions c'assuv'
ancefor (he yctr, and is unprecedented in the tiunais of life asjurance.
iiiylnioriimliott cheerfully furuiahed to any who will write to or call
upon tho undersigned at hia ollice.
ALX. J. CAi3TWRlCHTv
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. Jan-1-90
E. H. HnMiiiiY, President A; Manager.
Godfiiky Urown, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
OppfuHpreckflu Hunk, : Vnt Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Geauino Havllajul China, plain and decorated; and Wedgcwood
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandeliers it Elcctoliera,
Lamp Fixtures of all kiuds, A complete ussortm't of Drilli & Filua,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DBSCMMI !
Ths "Gazelle" S-whonled Riding Plow t Equalizer,
Bluebeard ltico Mow, Plantois' Steel &, Uooaeneekcd Uoon,
LAED, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
PivhiUi, VaniLhc.s A Brushes, Manila i Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, JHo:se, !E2o4,
CUBBEIl, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, A. STEAM,
Agate Iron AVaro, Silver Plated Waro, Tabic .'v Pocket Cutlery,
Po.vder, Shot &. Caps, The Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridge,
Ilnrt'a Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipe ifc Bolt Threading,
UarUuau's Steel V'ire Fence fc Steel Wire Mate,
Wm. G. Fisher's Wrought Stool Range
Gato Citv Slono Filters,
"New Proecsfi" Twut Drills,
nov-29-89 Ncal's Csriiago Paint.
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Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPS and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AWD
9!)r Sheet Iron Work.
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Eillm&ret Givrn on Drick,
Iran. Stona &
har.Kid rou SAI.K
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster ol Paris,
Marble Dust, Wire Lath,
California Korth Beach & Santa Cmz
Qnarry Tiles (1x0 red, white and blue;
Minton, Plastic and Kncauntlo 'I lies in
vaiiouspaltorus, all kinds of Diulunge
taim Oi'ncK Southeast corner Ala
ken aud Queen sti eels'.
Mutual -aTELEPIIONESitiyBall 351
-1 rt VOLUMES Enovelonicdla uritan
X-Ci nlea, Morocco bound, in good
condition, uavw used
John Eva, Vice-President
Ueuir. Bi'.owk, Auditor.
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WirtSHrfiSnBJ 'rf tBSi
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and Tin Ware I
I.. O. ABIjB, Slanngjr.
Fori Strtiiit, : Honolulu.
L;n now prepared t CtUitt Ic to uf put
d tho Oitj.
Tiio packing and bhlpmeut of country
order3 wlllu-ccivo most careful uttca
tlou. All of our Ico Is manufactured from,
Puro Mountaiu Vuter, carefully Hltere4
by tho Hyatt Pino Water Co. Filler,
which is universally acknowledged to
he thu beat filter made.
Pnckascs of Rutter, Game, Fish',
McaU, Etc., iccclved lor cold etorag
in our Refrigerating Rooms at mode
KT- Ico for Balo at the T&ctory ut any
hour, day or nlsht. 004 liu
Union Ice Co.
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