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THURSDAY, SEPT. II, 1!)0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAUD CO.'S
TaTdkr niTii'l AuguM HO. lH'JO.
.M. A.M. JVM. T.M.
8:151 -AT, S :30
it 1 10 2:11) 0:aj;
10:51 S:ul ....
11:G5 4:65 ....
Satin day? ami Mondays only.
J Satuida.s only.
Stmr U 11 lllshop from circuit of Oahu
tatuir J A Cummin lrom Waluiaii.ilu
Stmr lwuhinl fioiu llaumkua and Lnbu-
Am bk Martha Davis, W A Pendleton,
139 days from Huston
S S Oce.uiic 7 days from San Francisco
Torn Allku from Kuiia
Sehr Cateilua fiom Kunni
Bk . oinmblrt, W G Goodman, for Poit
Bk Matl d'l. Carl J Swenson, for Port
Sclir .iry for Knuni
VESSELS EAVIN. TO-MORROW.
Stmr IV G Hall for Hawaii and Maui at
10 a id
8tmr C It Bishop for Walanae, Walalua
and Kooltui at 1) a in
Bktuo S N Citle, L i i Hubbard, for
GARCDES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Iwalanl 3720 bags mi ai , and 30 sun
C R bishop 050 bags pujnr 537 bags
paddy, and 100 nags l Ice.
F0REIUH VESSELS EXPECTED.
U B 51 Flaashlp Warspitc fioin Brllllsh
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San
Francisco duo Aug 1
BrbkBlrkcr liom Loudon, sailed Apr
li due Aug 23
Br bk Gii van fiom Llveipool, sailed
inly 10, due Nov 15-00
Bk Forest Cuucn, fioin Hau Fr.iuclaco
due jjept 10-10
Sehr Oiga, ftoni San Fianci-eo, due
Brig W Gii win, from Sim Francisco,
duo Sept 10-15
Bk O D Bryant, from San Francisco,
due Sept 12-17
From Walalua per stmr C R Bishop,
Sept 10 Mr Gay and 14 deck.
From Hamakua aud Lahalna pci stmr
Iwalaul, Sept 11 W Nolle), sr, Mons
Ravella, Mis R T RIckaid. MUs Bessie
Itlckaid, Master R T Rickaid. Mrs A
de Bictteville, Geo de la Xux, N lie la
Nux, O de la Nux, Sirs W Homer, Mi?"
K E Horner, Miss E M Horut r, Master
Louis Horner, W Buclianan, R A Ly
man, jr,- E H Lyman, R J Lyman. D
Lyman, Fugeno Horner, and 3t deck.
For Kauai per stmr Waialeale, tept
10 It A Macfie, wife and family, G It
Ewart, H 11 Garstius, and about 15
The bark Columbia, Capt Goodman,
sailed to-day for Port Blakely in bal
last. The bark Magnathas through unlonl
inghercaigootco.il at the OR & L
Co's wharf, aud will probab'y e-i!l for
Poit Discovery to-morrow in ballast.
LEDERER In San Francisco, Aug. 31.
to the wife of S. W. Lederer, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tiiu steamer Farnllnn'A mnil for
San Francisco comprised 2189 letters
aud 930 papers.
The Iwalani brouglit news this
morning that the Piiia Mill, Maui,
lias been destroyed by lire. No par
ticulars to hand.
The Oahu Railway will gin a peo
ple's oxcurcuou to the Ewa )lanta
tion Saturday afternoon. Particulars
The Chinese thief that robbed Mr.
McWayneV house at Puuloa got
eighteen months at hard labor from
Police Justice Foster yesterday.
A. G. M. RonnitTSON has been elect
ed captain of tliu Myrtle Bout Club
in place of J. L. Toiboit, lesigned.
The club is moving for a new rowing
At tho meeting oi tliu Uonrd of
Health yestorday tlio resignation of
Hister Ro80 Geitrudo was accepted,
filio will bo succoedfd at tlio Keco'n
ing Station by two Sitteis now nl
Kapiolnni Homo, who uru desirous of
nndortuldng the work.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Steinltz Chess Club, 7:80.
Honolulu Commandcry Ko. 1 K,
'., at 7:30.
New York, Sopt. 8 Sugar Raw,
tietivo; Fuir RuliuinK, quoted at 6.Jo
tilcl 5 Cohtrifugals, 90 vsi, SJo bid.
Halc9 CO liogslicads and iilbt bags
of Muscovnclo. 8(J test, ut Oo ; 52,
000 bap;9 of Ccntiiftigfils, i)G U'st, at
fijo ; cargo do ut 3Ju GIF; R.iflned,
firm , Confectioners' A, OJc Granu
A REyowftJuSjjoof gootllmnilinmlo
J cfiocoluto Cremiit.? If bo, buy
your Chocolates and other CuihUps at
luo Elite ico gicaiu Parloi 051 tf
TlltiKSUAY, Sept. 11.
'Ihu House mot nl 10 o'clock.
itnroins or committkks.
Nolilo W. Y. 1L uner presented
the iqioit of the special cointuiUec
on hours of mm-vIco of Government
employees. They recommend that
the Pd-t Ofllee and Custom Iloltsc
open not Inter llinu a. in., and
close not cailier than 5 p. in., or l
p. m. on Saturdays. That pilots
take their turns ao that one of them
shall be on duly from sum ise till
dark. That the Harbor Master be
on duty before or after hour9 when
required, and allowed an extra fee
for night work. That all other Gov
ernment ollkes be opened (except
on legal holiday-.) not later than 8
a. in , and closed not earlier than '
p. in., or 2 p. in. on Satuidays.
That mechanics, laborers, and pris
oners doing Government woik be
governed by the tulesof private
employment for the &ame class of
Noble J. M. ITorupr moved the
adoption of the report.
Noble Cornwell moved it be laid
on the table.
Noble J. M. Homer thought the
report a just one. That the men
who create the wealth ol the coun
try should have to woik eight to ten
hours, wlnle these olllcinls have only
to work six hours with perhaps bet
ter pay, did not seem altogether
light. In his country these people
were calUd public seivnnts, but
here they seemul to be public mas
ters. He icfeired to the inconve
nience of being unable to do busi
ness with the Government at certain
hours of the ordinary woiking: day.
People coming from the other isl
ands often had only a few hours to
do their business. It would not
hurt Government clerks to work the
same hours as private employees.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox was not in
favoi of the report. The lion. Noble
wanted to put Government employ
ees on the bame level as plantation
laboiers, who had to jump out of
bed and hurry off to woik without
washing tht ir faees. Government
cluiks had to dress well and they
required time m the morning to
make their toilets. Some of them
look lime also lor their devotions,
whereas planters often left their
prayei s to be said after they got
into the cane lie-Ids. The most
graceful thing to do with the report
was to lay it on the table.
Minister Biown did not see what
advantage was to be gained from
the adoption of the report. Busi
ness in Honolulu scarcely began be
fore nine o'clock, certainly none of
the banks opened earlier. The Gov
ernment olliccs were able to'perfoim
all their business in tho present
hours, and if not they worked extra
hours, sometimes beginning at 8 a.
m. and working till late at night.
The Post Office oflieials whenever
the occasion aro-e worked long times
out of the regular hours, and the
savings bank was often kept open
nil 0 p. m. I here would be no use
in the Custom House clerks sitting
there an hour or two befoio any
body came to do business.
Noble J. M. Horner had under
stood that the Cuatoin House work
was away behind. In the country
a man would be detained by bad
roads or something, and be told on
reaching his destination that the of
fice was closed. This was because
theeountiy oflices were regulated
by the practice in, town. There was
not much force in Rep. YVHocx's
arguments. He could not see why
public olllecis should not work as
lon as private employees.
The report was laid on the table.
Noble Phillips presented the re
port of Hie seleet committee on the
item of 824,000 subsidy to the pro
posal Tahiti steamer line, recom
mending that $15,000 be inserted.
They also report on the bill relating
to the same matter, recommending
the substitution of 810U0 lor S1."00
as the sub-tidy to be paid for each
Laid on the table to bo consid
ered with the bills.
Noble Cornwell moved that all
petitions relating to a constitutional
convention be refeired to the select
committee on that snbjeot. Carried.
Minister Peterson presented tho
answer furnished by the Marshal to
the ques.ion of Rep. R. W. Wilcox,
as tollnws: " I respectfully
beg to state that the primary object
of having one of the watches on
hand on the above mentioned even
ing was for the purpose of having
the police distributed through the
i-uhiiibs of Honolulu, to insure bet
ter protection to citizens who woie
living in the suliuiba; but on ma
ture reflection I discarded the idea
of Bending one whole watch out,
hut decided to take live men fiom
each watch to do duly in the
suburbs. Aud as tlC men were on
hand 1 kept them on until the mass
meeting was over, vhen I ordered
them home again. I have the honor,
etc., C. L, IIui'Kix, Marshal."
oiideh or tub rt.y.
Third reading of bill to provhlo
for licenses to lodging house keep-
Noble Philllp3 moved It pa93.
Noble Pirn moved it bo indefinitely
Rep, llleltr,r mpvod t,o sliiko out
a certain pinviaion,
Minister Urown nud Noble Raid
win supported tho bill as It stood,
bAXLl-tLal;iKWJK! fciUEHOLlTLU, H l.,JJtSii
Hep. Faehaoie mored an amend
uient to exclude private tenements
The bill passed.
Second leading of bill relating to
the practice of law in tho lower
courts. Referred to judicial y com
mittee. Second reading of bill to mnke
the Hawaiian version of the laws
binding when tbeie 13 a conflict he
Iweeu it ami Hie English version.
Rcfencd to Judiciary onirmiiUeo.
Second muting of bill to repeal
the passport law. Referred to 11
nnnce comnutttc, on motion ut Mio
iister Uiowu, who said it would make
a big hole In the levenue.
Second leading of bill to promote
the cii dilution of the Paradise of the
Pacllio. Considered with the ad
verse report of the commerce com
mittee. Noble McCarthy said ibe bill had
been fully discussed on rufeionce to
committee, ever' membei's inuid
was probably made u,), and the
House might as well come to a vote
without discussion, lie thereto) e
moved that the bill pass.
Hep. P.iehaole moved Unit the bill
be indefinitely postponed. He
doubted eiy much if a paper of this
kind would encourage either capital
or torn 1st travel. A daily paper
would perhaps have some influence
in this way, but a monthly would
command very little attention.
Rep. Lucas supportul the bill.
Repoitswere shamelully published
in Amciicn and Euiope about leprosy
in the-e islands, and one of the ob
jects of Ihiipapcr was to contradict
those repoils. With the prospect
of a railway round Oahu, aud with
steameis i mining to the Volcano,
which was always in action, it was
w.orth while trjiug to attract toiu
ists. The conductors were not mak
ing money out of it. If this bill
was i ejected the Government ouhi
to take up the paper, and it could
get the whole outfit for one dollnr.
There was no fear of the daily
papers applying for subsidies on the
strength of this bill's passing.
Noble Macfarlane was in favor of
the bill on the foruier occasion, be
cause, he believed the Government
should help anything that promotul
tourist tiavel. which helped a great
many interests in the country. Al
though he was interested in the Ha
waiian Hotel he could look beyond
his private interests on a matter of
public concorn. He had all along
held that the Paradise of the Paeilic
ought to be issued in a different
shape, and that it should be issued
under the supervision of the Minis
ter of the Interior. The last Legis
lature, although not disposed to
throw money recklessly around, came
within two votes ot passing a similar
measure. The speaker cited the
case of the California immigration
boom, promoted by such agencies as
that he proposed, lie thought il
would be better to have the
paper a pictorial one. A represent
ative of a San Francisco paper
was heie to-day with the object of
devoting a full page to adveitishur
the islands. He would suggest that
the appropriation contemplated in
this bill be made subject to the con
trol and disposition of the Minister
of the Interior.
Rep. Baker spoke in favor of the
Noble Muller did not believe the
Govcinmeut had the money to spend
on ibis object,
Recess fiom 12 to 1 :.10.
Last night the residence of Mr.
William LMiman, on the plains, wat.
entered by a burglar. He effecUd
an entiauce through a door, and
went to Mrs. Lishman's room, where
he was discovered by her. She
gave the alarm, and her husband
hearing it was quickly on tho apot
armed. In the mcaniimc the burg
lar ran across the yard and Jumped
over the fence, Mr. Lishman after
him. When on the load Mr. Lish
mau overtook him aud with a re
volver pointed point-blank at him,
demanded his sunendei ; but the
burglar probably considered his
chances good to escape uninjured,
made a break and got away. Mr.
Lishman fired at the retreating form,
but the darkness prevented him
fium hitting him. Near the spot
where tho burglar was brought to a
halt, Mr. Lishman picked up a
small cloth bag containing about 20
cartridges of 82 calibre, evidently
the property of, the burglar. Mr.
Lishman bays the man was undoubt
cdly while, and had on a small
ciovvned Deby hat and sack coat
buttoned up close to tlio neck. The
amount stolen was about fifty cents
in small coin.
Tho hoiiBo of Mr. N. S. Sachs was
entered at 2:30 o'clock this morn
ing. Entrance was had through the
bathroom window, and tho iutiuder
unlocked the door from the inside,
doubtless with a view to facilitating
his exit, He lighted a lanlerii be
longing to tho house, and with it in
hand inude his wuy into Mi. Sachs'
bcth ooiii. His presence hi ing Im
mediately discovered, tin; thief hast
ily escaped without am booty Mr.
Sachs did not ha:' tlmu to get a
good look at tho robber.
jsa, , l?OUH UiifitriiMied Hoonm,
j&BO' ' with lire of kitchen and
PK335K dlulngi oonij reasonable mnt.
Apply at "No. ir Kuiiiia btreet,"
FOR RUN 4'
T ELEO 8titblo4 at nuiTcnt
Li occupied by Hawaiian
TiaiiBfor co pui'inUslou
given August iHt,
J, a, WALKER,
J'cr S. S. Ocunn'c.
The cruisor San Fiancisco, says
Irving M. Scott, has made the great
est siiecoss ever accomplished by a
waiship. Her average speed wns
19 72 knots. T hut 20 knots, on
ajcent trial, was made M a rate of
Pm Tf!nsind, SepMiibcr 1st.
Tlu I'miid States cruiser Chailea
lon sailed at 12 o'clouk for the Ha
waiian Islands, in obidicnce to tele
graphic orders roceived by Rear
Admlral Brown from Secretary of
the Navy Tracy, ordering the vessel
to proceed Immediately to Honolulu.
The occasion of the return of the
( uurleston to Hawaii is in anticipa
tion of another i evolution in the Isl
and Kingdom. The Charleston has
a large slock of fuel aud provisions
for one year's cruise.
Peace treaty has been pigued in
Salvador by President Ezeta and his
Minister of State.
Tlieie are prospects of the Panama
canal yet being successfully cariied
The yacht Pel re 1 capsized in Situ
Diego bay on Sept, 1, in which theie
we.e six people, all of whom were
Washington, August 28. The re
ciprocity amendmeut was offered m
the Setinto lo-daj by Senator Al
dricli, as the lcsultof a consulta
tion held last evening at tho houso
of Senator Sherman. None of tho
Republican members of the Finance
Committee are very enthusiastic
upon the subject of the amendment,
but they think it may serve to pie
vent a breach in the party by Beem
ing to adopt Secretary Blaine's idea,
and may possibly lead to some good
Paris, August 30. A reporter is
positively assured on the best of au
thority that the French Government
has decided to prohibit the importa
tion of the entire list of American
pork products and at the same time
to laise the duties on all American
products exported to this country.
Guatemala charges, from 1st Au
gust, 82 duty on each hundred
pounds expoi ted coffee, instead of
81 as heretofore.
Ireland is threatened with famine
in consequence of potato blight.
American Minister Mizner, repre
senting the U. S. at Guatemala, was
shot at by ilius Bairuudia, a daugh
ter of Gen. Barrundia, who was kill
ed on board the steamer Acanulco,
while being arrested by the officers
of the Guatemala Government.
Ministcr Mizner ordered the captain
of the steamer to surrender the Gen
eral, and the General's followers de
clare that through Mizner's interfer
ence the General lost his life.
The Senate is debating the Sugar
Schedule of the Tariff bill, the im
mediate subject of debate being
Scuator Hnle's reciprocity amend
meut, of which he had given notice
last June. It is almost a foregone
conclusion that the principle of re
ciprocity will be embodied iu tho
Tariff bill, although a very strong
light will be Hindu to pnB the free
Paris, September 1 The Figaro
of Paris says that England has
made a proposition to the powers
that they agiee upon the federation
f the Balkan States, including
Roumania, Bulgaria, Servia, Mon
tenegro and part of Albania.
In regard to Armenia, the paper
says England will undertake active
interference until order is restored.
The city of Melbourne, Australia,
on August 29th, was in darkness in
consequence of strikes by gas
At Newcastle, N. S. W., a battery
of Artillery was brought in for tho
put pose of quieting coal strikers.
EPLOY.MENT Is wanted by a Good
Itough Carpenter; has his own
tools. Address "A," this ofllee.
BISHOP & Co.'H Saving Bank
Hook. The Under will nleaso
return to McLean Bios., Nuuauu street,
aud leceivo reward. CA'J tf
AT a bargain, a Horso, Top Brake.
Harness, complex- aud in good
order, with two rugs, whip and lamps.
The Hoiae will dilvo hi single orduublu
harness and is also biokeii to saddle.
Apply at this office. 618 tf
ENGLISH Lady reeks position an
hotiHckcepcr, thurouubiy exiiuri-
euced. good needlewoman.
"A. T.," Postolllee, Ho lolulu.
Employment Wan Led
BY A. O. Wood, (late with IT. H. Wil
liams it Co., fundi uro dealeu),
wilh eoiind tlrm In this city, as teamRter
and dclivcrymitH, Is a good driver, un
derstands the care of homes, huniPM,
etc., Is well acquainted with the city,
understands the Hawaiian language,
bteady and temperate hi habits Ad
diess "A. O. Wood," Geueial Pout-
i onieo, g5T lit
' Straw Hat Sale
FOE 2 WEEKS
CO l 3,Y
Just Received I
Cases Palm Tire Gin,
Cases White bottle Key Glu,
Cs. Fine Irish & Scotch Whiskey,
Cftes EUa Kino .Sherry, t
Cases Diy & Sweet Champagne,
0s. Italian Vermouth,
Curaeoa, Absinthe, Etc., ltc.
Prize Medal Paris Exposition.
ttB- The Best
beats bt. Louis
Beer in the mm feet
aud Milwaukee all to
BUFFALO BEEB !
Jr Hiewed nud flottled in Snera
mento, liner and cheaper tlmu Krediick
burg aud Wlelaud California Beer.
KOIl SALE UY
Hawaiian Wine Co.,
Oft FitAKK Biiowx, Manager, liii
Union Ice Company
i T an adjnurni'd annual meeting of
rV the stockholders of the Union Ice
Compiny held Kilday, Sept. 0 18i)0, the
foil wing olllceis were e.ected fur the
President Dr. J. S. McOiow,
Vice-President S. M Dinion,
Manager L. C. Able.-,
& J. H. FMier,
Auditor II. M. Whltncv, Jr.
DinccTons Dr. J. S. JlcGrew, S. M
Damon. L. C. Ablet, J. H. FNhtr II
M. Wlntu.y, .Ir., F. M. Hatch. .1. II
Faty. J. H. riSflliR,
Honolulu, Sept. S, 1800. B5-1 2
ELECTION of OPFICEBb.
AT the annual meeting of thi stock
holders of the llilo Sug ir Co. held
at tho office of Wra G. Irwin & Co.,
CL'd), September 8, 1S90, the following
officers were duly elected to serve dui
ing the ensuing; year:
Wm. G. Irwin....
John D. dnicckcl
II. M. Whitney. .Ir
NOTICE to HORSEMEN!
rpho Celebrated Ki.n
1 ulng Stallion "She
nandoah" will stiiud
this season ut tin
Woodlawn Duirv :
For further nartlcula"r
apply at the Dairy.
CAPTAIN Richard Irving of the Bii
tisb ship "Blengfell," will not be
responsible for any debts contracUd In
his crew without his written older.
ON. Curtis P laukea is authorized
Crown Laud rents, aud to give receipts,
fur the same.
G. W. MAPFABLANE,
Crown L-ind Agent.
Honolulu, Aug. IU, 16'JO. ta5 tl
OAHU College & Puuahou Prepara
tory School will open MOND Y.
September 8tb. Tuition: 81 per week
Board for girls, rooms furnished, 8',
per week; for boyn,roonn unfuiaiidit'd
Sl.ftO. The uew PreMdont F .1. Ho
mer, aud Prof. J. Q. Wood nr expected
by tho Australia M-piemner J Dili
Tlio. L. GUI ICIC.
C30 lw President pi o tuin
ALL persons are hereby warned
agabmt shooting or ti esiiuitslng on
tho lands owned by me in the DlNtnct
of Waiplo and Walkelo, Ewa, and on
the land on WalkaUlauu, held by nn
nuder leaso. All pemons so shooting
or tn-spatising will ho prosceukd to ih
full extent of the law.
C. A. IJKOW.W
Honolulu, Aug. 20, 1MX). CI.", jw
" A "lambent"
Hoiksgv Mr. f "l0 Pf aM
FROM and after this date wo will no
bu reiponlblu for any (rulgir lb
hhiik' has ix'isn delivered at uny koumi
P.mlo to whom freight Is con-itJne
raiMt be at ihu station lo iccelvu (hen
OAHU RAILWAY A LAND CO..
W G AMilay. Buporlnleiidf nt
Hoiiolll.ll. Sept. U, IBM 051 it
Fiom aud nfler this date we
will uot be loepoiifclblo for any
height after same hub been
landed, Parlies to whom
f i eight is cyiisliisil must Uo at
(he lauding to reuf.Vv titl'li'
( I eight,
U'lUHIIUi! S , QL
HenelulU) t. , ISW, 8SQ y
n&tu taigtf' we1"" 'i g
NOW IS THE TIME
Society of tho United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy tonus. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following arc a few of tho many attractive forms offered by thin
oi iginal aud progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
3ARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
OKILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company if. equitable, its payments prompt ami certain, and Its
From the -iVew Yori Sun, April -1th, 18B0.)
Tito Utrgwst Iliwineau Ever Transacted by a LH'o Aflsur-
The new buslucus of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiyrr
Million Dollaus. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance j'o) the year, aud is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
ttf"Iuformatiou cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his otllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWR8GHT,
General Atronl for the Hawaiian Inlands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S.
CORNER IIOTEIj &
EST" Wo beg to inform the public that we
sale at Reduced Prices.
DRY sP FANCY GOODS
Embroidery and Swiss Skill Lengths will be sold at very low rates
to make room for new stocks now on
the way from Europe.
CHEMISES, SKIRTS, NIGHTGOWNS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
Siiiran 10 Yards for $1 in Latest Pains!
received latest patterns in Scrim, Madras, Lace Curtains
HOSIERY -: HOSIERY
Ladicd' &, Children's Hosiery. Our great specialty "BLACK DIAMOND
DYE," guaranteed fast colors.
DRESSED KID GLOVES. Also, just received latest staples in Tidies aud
Bureau Kcarf-, Table Covers, Etc. Always on hand a largo stock of Ludiea',
Gent's and Childiun'a Shoes.
A full line of
Diess, Shirts, Collars,
large vaiiety oi Buy's and Children's Suila.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort; Streets
tlaving lemoved our SODA WORKS to more couimodioue quartet at
No. 29 so-SEn? 'x,:)R.:ie::E,x
fNcar the Custom House)
Wo are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of tho following High Clabs Aerated Beverages :
, SWOi , L81QU, ulFfflEOT OF
iarsaparilla, Sai'sapurilla & Iron Water, and Cral)
Ucing exclusively the HYATT POilE WATER. SYSTEM.
VOKT STKKI7T. : : : : :
imirf,,afmwCTogBiiTOujii . ,i iryxaaaTawgnmnamaiaa1
E. It. flKNrwr, President & Manager.
Goupkuy Buov.'N, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,,
Ojiu. .Spreclinl' J.iiiili, : Fort 8 trout, Honolulu.
IMPORTERB and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain aud decorated; and Wedgwood
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, Olinndoliora & EloctoliorB,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complolo iiHHortm't of Drillb ifc Filt'fl,
Tlio "Giaelle" fS-whoilod Riding Plow fc Equalizer,
Uluebtiurd lin' Plow, Planter' Btocl &, GooBouccked Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paluu, Yaminhoa A Brushes, Manila A. Sisal Hope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Homc, MoHe, 1-T.owo,
RUBBER, WIRE-nOUSI) of imporior quality, A. STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silvur Plated Waro, Table &. Pocket Cutlery,
I'Qwdwr, Shot & Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" ilaohluo-loaded Cartridge,
Hun'" l'ulm "Duidux" Die Stook for Pipe it Holt Threading,
ljarlmaii' Ht'wl Who Fence it Stool Wiro Mat,
Win, 0, Flahor'rt Wrought HM lUinjw,
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place our entire stock I'oi
Cuffs, latest stvle.s in Neckwear.
Strartrry or Graai Mi.
John Ena, Vice-President;
Ckoil Biiown, Auditor.
Of EVERY DESCRIPTION
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