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Arrive Honolulu. ..8:XV 1 1 :".r. I ifiii
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I envo Honolulu filling
Arrive Pearl Oily (1:07
Leave Pear' City.. fi:o:i
Arrivo Honolulu. 0 : 10
1 Satin Mays only.
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'X'liu tlinuslnnnl foi tliopmt Isclvcn at 1211.
oni. ost'f. (inkliilKlitl of Cirunwlch tlmuor
Hi. 2biii. :Uhuc. p. 111. (if Honolulu OliHunntory
tlnit!. It it Kixini by tlio ktoiuu ulilttloof tho
Honolulu 1'lllMlllK AIM, II lOH llOIHH IlllOVO
tlHI ClIBtDllI HOUHO. TllU BIllllO Wlllstll! In
hinuiik'cl cm lcctly at Honolulu uiuiiii noon,
Obsorviitoiy liiciiUiaii, ur lOli. :ilni. aisuo. 01
1 il 11
TUESDAY, JAN. 10, 1892.
It M S Monowai, Carey. 0 days 11 hollis
f 10111 Hun Francisco
K M S Monowni, Carey, for tliu Colonics
nt 12 noon
Stmr Clamlliic for Maui nt 5 p in
Stmr Mtkuli.tlu foi Kauai at i p in
Stmr W G Hull fi.r Muni and lluwail at
10 a in
Stun- l'elc for Mn'kaweli at :i p in
Stmr C It Bishop for Waianae anil Pima-
lnn at !) a in
Stmr Iwalanl foi Kauai
Stmr WaiulcalcforNawiliwili, etc, at 5
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmi Llkclikc for Hamakiia at 0 p in
From San Francis-co, per S S Monowai,
Jan lil-Mlss E S Clark, Dr E Tucker,
Messrs K 1$ Porter, S S Boone, W H
Hell, A J Furbish, UP FNelier, A As
cheim, J M Davidson, P ltiiteliison. .7
O Voortiuan, K B Uienliain and 15 in
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, Jan 1!) G Jcigcu&eu, Wing Mow
Chun, Air Kaiser, L Hierwood, L) Ka
liauleiio. J G Hoapili, O J Maconibcr,
Sirs Kane,. C .1 Campbell and wife, J
Kmimokn, Miss Hoapili and about 40
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Jan 19
Capt Ahlborn, Mr fclimidt and others.
For Hie Colonies, per It M S Monowai,
Jan 111 V O Peacock, J Zaelmn, Win
Miles, It B Ellis and 70 in transit.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Ihel. Mori, fi 0111 Japan
U S S San Fianclsco, fioni sail Fran
cisco, due any day
Am bk Sonoma, Lee, fioni Newcastle,
Am bk NewMjoy, Johnson, from New
castle, N S W
Ain -l-mastcd bchr E K Wood, from
Newcastle, N S W, due Jan l."
Am bktMury Winkehnau, NiSben, from
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, fiom Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am wh bk Morning Star, Mar 23, from
Am wh bkMeiniaid, Mar 25, X10111 New
Bedfoid Am wh bk ( iilifoinia, Mar it,, from New
Am wh bk James Arnold, Mar 23, fiom
Br ship Bemnoio from Liverpool, due
Am bk Edwuid May from Boston
The new hchoom r Alice Cooko left
J'ugot hound on Januaiy 5th with a
eaigo of lumber for Honolulu She is
under coimnund of Captain -I'onhallow,
J.ite of the Itobui t Lewers.
The bilgiiiitinu W U Irwin left yester
day afieinoou for San Fiauulc6 with
0715 bass sugar shipped by Win G Irwin
it Co, betides MOOO'tiugs rice. The u.irgo
was valued at 6-10,97u
Tlie burk Forest Queen left yesterday
for Sau Francisco with a cargo of domes
tic produce valued ut Ml,liy.70. The
Miippeis were! Then II IJavies & Co,
-0U bags sugar mill 11 bills inoltis-es; F
A. Schaefur & Co, IIKi'J bugs sugar;' Cas
lli! & Cooko 7-10 baga sugar; O Iliewer
& Co, 8221 bags sugar.
The steiimcr Kliiaii will be due to
11101 row uiiiinlng.
SAN KltANCItCO NOTK8.
Dopiirtiiicd Jun 8th, baik Albeit for
Honolulu, hulioo.'iur Eva for Alaliukoiia.
Projected (lepaitiiie-Jau IDili, S S
Australia, baik Alden Bess, Auiuileau
Hongkong- Ai rived, Jan 0th. bark
Coloma fioni Poitlaud via Honolulu.
CRAZED BY RELIGION.
Captain Winslow G. Hull, u iiioin
lipr of Hie II 1111 of Hull &- Bros., ship
jiuildcts, California, lias hecomo af
ijiolcd with roligiQiis mania, and lias
retired fiom iHibiuesa. Captain Hull
il ia said commenced attending 10H
gioiiH incutingB faoine cigliteun inouUis
ago and from thai time to tliu time
of losing his reason litul taken a iluup
interest in religious mutters. He 1ms
been removed to a private asylum
where lie will remain until lie re
covers his rea&oii. It will bo reineiii
Iiereil that the bteanicr . G, Hull
was named after the Captain, whose
linn buill suvuial of the iuter-isluiid
Hteiiin couslers, besides soine of Hie
bailing packets luuniiig between here
and the Coast,
LOCAL ARO OMRXAL ftlWS.
Hm-i uv. ihkiiK li Utt) K
ceil TlinrfdHV iMiiinjt.
Jkinir I.. .MrCitlly l (inilfcjp.1 u Ida '
Inimo Willi n kIIkIiI wilttimtt. 'j
DiAMiiRi. Ho (I, fl p. m-V"nilnr
eliiiiily; wind lifttit KrntttHfltl.
A I'.mih ttippleniotil iiiwtted Willi
this number of the HiiiiiiMil.s.
ItKMKMIIliK tiui ICnillullHillPllil OU'C
Club t'diiccrt Tliurnliiy ovoiiing.
Till? INilicc Coin I. i-(!fnioil llit nimn
ing was sbiirt, nil ouccfl being n imtiiil
fd. Mu. .1. At D.HUWW, Imirtnli'r, ie
till neil on the S. S. Aluiimviii lu-duy
At 11. SiH'lcy Slmw, who met willi an
accident uome (iine ago, is able to be
out with a ciutch.
AIiih. Fi.ouk.nci: Wii.mamh will loi
lure at the Y. Al. C. A. hull this even
ing ut 7 :It0 o'clock.
You don't know where to get
tickets for Hie Glee Club conceit?
Why, at Levey's, of ooiiro.
Mil, AV. C. I'enenok was a passenger
011 the H. M.S. Alonowai tor the Colo
nies lo-duy. Air. Peacock goes to
meet bis family.
Mil. It. 15. Bienhiun at rived by the
Alouowiii. Alls. Hrenham, nee Aliss
Annie K. Dowj-ctt, lias been be.i.e on
a visit M) 1 no mouths,
Aht P. O'Snllivau, for long milli
liter of the Anchor Saloon, has taken
a position as digpeiit-cr and mixer al
the Pantheon Saloon.
Anotiiku day has slippul into the
dim vista ot the past, and you havo
still forgotten your tickets for the
It wuh to San Diego the Chailes-ton
went. She had a veiy rough passage.
Nobody could ctitiiri on deck and
everything was lashed down at the
Aril. It. H. Ellis left on the steamer
Alonowai to-day for Australia. Air.
Ellis is a member of the Sons of St.
George and was given a cordial faie
well by membois of that lodge.
Tin: examination in tliu poison
ease of ICeomau, sailor on the Alika
liulu, has been postponed until Mon
day, owing to the absence of certain
witnesses whose evidence is wanted.
Two new tchooneis, bearing the
names of Aloha and Transit, have
been secured to loi.d fur Honolulu,
the former to take lumber from Puget
Sound and Iho latter to load assorted
cargo from San Francisco.
At the monthly meeting of the
Society of Pioneers of San Francisco
on Jan. -lib, an obituary of the late
Jno. Owen Hominis, i'linco OTnisoit
of Queen Liliuokalani of the. Hawai
ian Islands, was lead and adopted.
A Ghkman girl wants a situation.
A iiay horse has beeni impounded.
I'M, meet you at the liiiiuswiek.
C. J. AIcCauthv has lots on Liliha
stieel for sale. ' I5-tf
Button Holes made to order at No.
4 Gulden Lane. IS07 if
Tin: Urunswick aio thoonly Billiard
Parlors in town. 0 tf
TKNiiniiB for a part cargo of lumber
110 wanted by Capt. Suhr.
C. IvAisnit, assignee of cstiue of T.
Aon, has a notice elsowheie.
Ai'TKH shaving uo Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
SiiKiiunx iclieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
J. F. AIohoan will sell a life insur
ance policy, foi .$10,000 in the Atutual,
by moitgagee's order, on Alonday next.
An adjourned, meeting of the in
spectors of .'Id Distiict 1st Precinct,
will be bold at the Jtoyal bchoolhouse
Dkmciouk eoifeo and chocolate will
he served every morning eaily at the
Palace leo Cicani Piulois, Ludwigsiin,
ifcUion. Ifolel sheet. l!21 if
Gi:t your Imots and shoes made
and icpaiied by the old W.iiluku
shoemuker, L, Toonnies, on Kail
Hotel bticet. Fiist-class woik, low
Oh I see! You are waiting till all
the beats ate sold for the Glee Olub
concert, so that you and your girl can
sit tandem in chaiis in the aisle.
Precisely so I
Tin: way to get a Sowing Machine
without feeling the payipent of thu
money in one lump sum ib to join Iho
Dojikstic Si:viN(i Machiki: Ci.imi at
the Golden Bole Ba?.ar (late A. L,
Smith's store). .'122 2t
Ni:w goods by Into anivals are an
nounced by the Pacific liaidwaio Co.
They declare that thoy aio the only
atithoim-d agents for (.'urbuliuouin
Avenariiis, and aio jiiepuivd to quote
special prices for any iiiiiiuiily. See
their now advertisement.
CAPT. LARSEN SENTENCED.
Police Justice Win. Foster rendered
his decision in the ease of Captain
Win. Lurscn in the Police Court this
morning ut i):!!U o'clock. His Honor
lound Lursen guilty of assault with
a deadly weapon and sentenced de
fendant to pay a due of $100 und he
iinpiisoned ut liunl labor for one
hour und pay 8170 costs. ' Counsel
for lyurscnpetcison und Neumann,
noted tin appeal.
IIm llornlui iI'm Ai'iil I'liuHpliHi.-.
Dr. J. It. Forlbon, Kiowa, luil. Tor.,
suys: "I have tried it foi constipa
tion with biicci-hs, and think U woilhy
u thoiougb tiial by Iho uofcesiou."
Ill VI I ! III. Itlvil, H V. I Illii.
Imd. lit lll- 1 hi II Hlwtrlrl
Them w h Inrao jjniliorlna of
PoriMfitimo rvuldunts or the 'llitrd
Dllrlel nt U10 Uoynl Koluwil yotlor
dnv evi-iilim Puitlle noiicc iimt Mi.
. W, AHhfoid, Nnliiitial Lilnral
eniiilnliHe for Ktpronoiitttliru, mii
gidiip; to dlsetis Mr. 11. K. Dilling
I111111. oiiiiiliilati! of the S0111 of Ha
waii in the same District, mid the
Onliu Hailwny. linuight niany rosi
dellH of nllier Districts to Hie spot.
Kegisl ration uastioinguu in a front
school room, while the speaking was
doni! from the town side veranda
The registering business held a large
pioportion of people away from the
voices of tlie orators. Air. J. Al.
Cainara, ,Ji, transmuted the English
discourse inlo lluent Portuguese.
Mr. C. W. Ashford, introduced
by lion. A. Alanines, was the llrst
speaker. In opening lie elatuied
the National Liberal was the patty
of the poor man, its principles based
on his welfare. Only a few of them
cculd ote for Nobles because they
were poor, and he could not see the
justice of one man voting for six and
another lor only one. Air. Dilling
ham was personally esteemed by the
speaker, but was sailing under false
colors. He came hefoie them with
out any declaration of principles, as
the nominco ol .a few native lawyers
constituting the parly of the Sons of
Hawaii. '1 heir only principles were
that llawaiians should have every
thing under the Government, which
the speaker did not believe in. Still
Dillingham was no more a Hawaiian
than he was, but was to be dictated
lo by tho missionaries. These peo
ple had held control ever since they
came here, and what had they done
for the workitigineii? The Portu
guese knew that all they had got
since coming here was wrung from
Hie missionaries. They sweated but
had not got enough. . Dillingham
came before them with promises of
work to Portuguese. The Govern
ment had voted money for his rail
road, and he took it and hired Chi
nese. The very first thing he did
was to give a contract to 200 Chi
nese. He got a grant lrotn the Cabi
net of halt the harbor. The speaker
was in the Cabinet and had the
grant reduced from 11 greater one to
Dillingham was the little wheel of
a company known as the Hawaiian
Construction Company. He had two
paitners in it, but had not put live
cents into its capital. They paid 22
to f0 cents a cubic yard for filling
up land, and charged up $1 a cubic
yard. Portuguese and native labor
ers were left out and the contract
was given to Chinese. If Dilling
ham was si nt to parliament he would
work for his own interests. He
would draw tl.e people's taxes and
put all in his pocket except the 2o
cents he would pay the Chinese for
building the lailro'ud. Air. Ashford
said he was offered 8")00 worth of
stock when in the Cabinet for ser
vices lie rendered in the Legislature
and in the Cabinet. He said no to
Air. Dillingham. For what he had
done as a public ollicer he took no
private rewards. That day he went
into the Interior Oflice to examine
the stock held by the Oahu Railway
and Land Co. He found five shares
of Oahu Railway stock credited to
one of his late colleagues, who would
thus share in the bounty of bis friend
Air. Dillingham. There was only one
of his late colleagues at present in
politics and that was Air. Thurston
who was running in Alaui, who ex
pected an easy election there with
the assistance of his missionary
friends. He would not pretend to
say at tlie present time how much
those live shares of stock influenced
Air. Thurston in granting away half
the harbor to his friend Air. Dilling
ham. He found Air. Dillingham
ui edited nitli $!3m-1,000 of slock on
which he had not paid one cent of
cash. He found another of his near
1 datives credited with $2f,000 of
stock. Each of his children and all
of his relatives were credited with
siock, and he ventured to say that
not one cent has been paid of all thai
total of 8100.000 of stock. Pro
ceeding, the speaker said Dillingham
was not satisfied with getting the rail
road free of taxes hut wanted every
thing in sight. He was under the
thumb of capitalists and would have
to do what they told him. Dilling
ham would vote for flooding the
country with Fast India coolies, who
Marsden said would work for lo
cents a day. The Fwa plantation
in which he was interested, it was
claimed, could only succeed by cheap
Japaneso labor. Vote for Dilling
ham if they wanted to have thou
sands of Japanese coming with
smallpox. He was a good hand ut
promises. The missiouuiies have
played the game of promises before,
Tho Liheial party was pledged to
pioniotejho interests of the woiking
inen. They had 110 sugar warehouses
nor plantations, but were friendly lo
all interests, They said the laborer
must be able to feed, clothe and
educate his family. Scores of Portu
guese were out of woik and others
on low wages. They were willing to
work if they could get enough to
feed their families. What piospect
was there fur them if the country was
to be Hooded with coolies? They
would have to leave their cottages on
Punchbowl and go to California, as
hundreds had donu within the pusl
few yeais. The storekeepers would
suffer with them. When there was
plenty of work for labor, the stoics
prospered. The Liberals desired to
reduce the tuxes. A man who paid
85 paid enough until he owned $1000
of property. They pioposed to make
laws wheiehy the olllcers of the law
could not take away all a poor man
hud for debt. Il was intended to
divide the public lauds into home
steads. At present the Government
set them up in such large blocks that
Cmt tonklnl taMti lliom. Dll
urn h't ilonfi nithlng u.wnrrt
jtlriruz Iheni Irnid, und Die mlmlon
ftrtn bmiklTid him were litiitt-grithb!
tliciiuohv, from whom they uniild
cvpeel untiling. Tiny nlmi Intended
to have tliu Cum 11 Inn'iU rhxldcd info
limneslendu, pnvliip Hie (Jimtii n
money eonipciiwiiun. Hie paid only
SI lor the lauds round Punchbowl,
and how much did they hae to pay
her for their sniull patches? If they
wauled binds they must vole for the
Libeiul parly. Air. A-hford con
cluded by repeating bis party's claim
lo ho Iriendly lo the sugui 'interests
while opposing their unjust ireat
iiient of the working clasves, warning
the voters of the evils they would
invite by voting for his opponent,
and requesting their voles for him
self. Mr. 15. It. Thomas, candidate for
Noble, was intiodueod by llr. Ash
loid and said: Gentlemen, It af
fouls me great pleasure this evening
10 come before) 011. 1 do not come
before you as a professional speaker,
but I come before you as a hewer of
wood and a drawer of water. I think
I am pretty well known amongst the
Portuguese volets of this kingdoth.
1 have had Portuguese workmen
with me for fourteen years. I have
had the honor of being nominated
011 the Hawaiian National Liberal
ticket and I thank tl'ieni for the
honor. 1 am a mechanic and I want
to tell you how the Mechanics'
Union did not want lo nominate me.
They did not want to send a man to
the Legislature used to labor. No,
but they wanted lo send literary men
to the Legislature. I am nominated
to be sent to the Legislature to incul
cate the principles of your platform
you can all see iljn the newspapeis.
What object had the Mechanics'
Union in nominating two lawyers to
the Legislature? And two lawyers
who were in Hie Legislature before.
And what did they do in the Legis
lature? They did what- has partly
caused the present state of the coun
try. I ask to he sent to the Legisla
ture to see thai good laws are passed
for the benellt of the poor man. The
plantation interests must bo looked
into you cannot bankrupt hundreds
of thousands of dollars invested in
them hut when they admit thou
sands of laborers into this country
they are doing what is wrong. If it
is necessary to have cheap labor let
them bring them here for the pur
pose they are required for, and not
let ihetn compete with the labor al
ready here. There are hundreds of
thousands of acres of virgin soil in
this kingdom which has never been
broken by the plow, and why do not
the Government cut it up into home
steads and give it to poor men, and
keep them from going to California as
they have been doing for manyyeats?
I believe this is the first time that a
mechanic pure and simple, aspiring
to go to the Legislature, has ever
addressed you, and if you want laws
for the good of the poor ninii I ask
you to vote for me. One thing thai
should be done by the Legislature is
internal improvements. Why do not
the Government build wharfs and
have the harbor dredged? Within a
few years the Nicaragua Canal will
be dug, and it will send a great deal
of business here. We do not want
then to have Chinese labor coming
here to compete with other men. I
ask you did any country ever achieve
greatness by the introduction of the
Chinese? No. What did they do in
the United States? California had to
pass a constitutional amendment
turning them all hack.
Air. Cainara gave an address of his
own in the vernacular of the special
auditors, after which Air. Alarques
read the party platform in the same
R. M. S. S. MONOWAI.
Arrived at -1 :30 a. 111., Union S. S.
Company's It. Al. S. Alonowai, UoOO
tons, Al. Carey commander, from
San Francisco. Owing" to delay in
arrival of the English mail al Sun
Francisco, the Alonowai did not get
away till t :!(0 p. m. on thu Pith inst.
five days late. Experienced fresh
south and south-east winds with high
swell, and made a very quick run of
G days, lHiours, arriving as above.
The Alonowai left the harbor at
12:15 o'clock p. in. to-day. She took
lour passengers from this port and
had in transit about seventy. Her
depariuio was witnessed by few.
The band played previous to her sail
ing, the selections by the boys being
unusually line. A case of English
ginger ale was given lo the musicians
by those on board and wa? duly ap
preciated. THE I. I. S. N. COMPANY.
Several changes huvo been made
among the commanders of the Inter
Island Steam Nuvigution Company's
steamers. Through tho illness of
Captain Freeman, purser A. C. Sim
ersou will take command of tho W.
G.Hull; Captain Campbell of the
Alikahula, a long-tried and trustwoi
thy employee In the company, has
been promoted to Dock Superintend
ent. Captain Chtiiioy of the Waiale
ale takes tho position made vacant by
Captain Campbell's promotion j Cap
tain Sinythe of Hie Pelu takes com
mand of the Wuiulcnlu mid Alale
Chas. Peterson of the Pcle will com
mand that steamer.
TjY a German Ghl to h light huiife
xj woik ami HiKu cue
of chlldteii In
ICuqubu ut this olllce,
A DRAFT drawn by J. Costa on .1.
F. Moigau in favor of .1, Goiivea
for 682, payiueiil ol which has been
stopped. Jtetuiu to (iinitalviji ,V Co.,
oral this olllce. ;I2J :it
'One Hnitirr in Hawaii
I iMimiirli (0 fonvlnw lh
nvcniiifo Hiww Unit moqni
tOW, JMlt II Wl ITlflfltP flit!
Uugiirrfing this we eim help
Our new remetly eiilleil
"Tho iMopiilucs' Ifiimmy"
will convince yon (hut urns
iiitie.s lire lint so teri'ilie si Her
Jill. We iirlvise yon In (l' it
nnd lie convinced.
Our "Ant Poison"' if used
iiccoi'dhi"- id directions will
convince yon that yon never
had any Htronyer than ours.
As foe roaches wo can give
yon a hint that will make yon
a reo-nliir patron at the New
Drug- Store, where everything
is xisw and kuesii.
That reminds ns we have
Jt'ST received a fresh lot ol'
Mosquito Powder that is war
ranted to he just the thing.
All of this and more at
HOItltOX. TVNVI'JliX Ac C'O.'S
IN'o-W Oruic Store,
HAWAUiN OPERA HOUSE,
L. J. Levey Lessee Ao Manager.
SECON 1) KNTEKTA IN.M KN l'
Tuesday Even'gr, Jan. 19
THE GREAT WIZARD OF THE NORTH.
BSy- His New Entertainment a Gieat
The Charming Cantab. Ice and Seiond
Sighted Sybil In a Maivelous Trance.
Wondorlul Revelations! Startling Clalrvoy
ancy! Mystery! Song! Music & Mirth!
CST Seats can bo seemed at the olllce
of h. J. Levey. $
TKXOEHS WANTKI) FOK
Pari Carp of Liite
Landed ex Chilean bark "Anna Catha-
riua." and now stoied on the wharf of
thoOahiiIi.lt. & L. Co., with the pri
vilege of free storage for one mouth,
Tongued & Grooved Nor'west,
Rough Nor'west, 122.029 feet.
Specifications of sl.cs for inspection at
the olllce of the Chilean Consul.
RF" Sealed 'renders will be received
up to 1-2 o'clock noon, on THURSDAY
NEXT, the 21st Januaiy. IHSIL', at the
olllce of the Chilean Consul, at Hono
lulu. J. SUI1K,
Master of the Chilean baik
323 it "Anna Cathaihu."
A CHOICE LOT OF
Dwarf Cherry Trees in Blossom
12 Mies if Lily Bin
Just received from Japan.
L. J. LEVEY,
Wi 'it Cor. Queen ., Foi t sts.
3rd District, 1st Precinct.
VJO'I ICE Is hereby given that an ad
1. 1 ioiirned meeting of the Inspectors
of said Pieeinet will be held THIS
(Tuesday) EVENING at the Itoyal
School lloice on Emma stioet, com
mencing at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of
correcting the electoral toll, enrolling
by older of the HojiiI of Inspectois.
W. C. Sl'KOULL,
Honolulu, loth Jun , 1SW. 3i,:i It
p.-TVrOTIOE is hereby given that
iOY n thu following described
animal will ho sold at public auction
on SATUHDAY, Jun. ISO, I8!ia, al lii
o'clock noon, at the Government Pound
1 Hay IIoio with whltestieak on fore
head and legs black, feur while spots on
right side and one on llui left, branded
"12" with "a" below, also "a" on left
ltd" Owner of the above animal miii-t
scud In his claim within I J days,
ollicrwlno II will be sold' on the ilulo
above niiiued, I). KAOAO,
Honolulu, ,luu. HI, 1HU2, :)2:l it
rpilE undersigned having been ap
1 pointed Assigned of tliu Ilaukiupt
Estate of T, Aon, Wuilukll, all pi'i.-mih
having any claims aguhisi said haiikniit
aio requested to picscul llieui wlllilu
six tumuli, and all peisous owing to tliu
said b.itil-iupt estate me requested to
make payment in thu uudo'slgucil or his
aillliniUcil agent, at the olllce of Hyuiaii
Kiuthuis. C. KAISKU.
Honolulu,. Ian, lit, 1 b'J-J. Si'i.
rPIIK Xiiiiiimi Street Entrance to Fow
X lui's Yiiid is closed to wagons.
'THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
1 " The Dally Hullellu." 60 ceuu
1 USE'S MMT II IT !
i id ifflli
tsv Tf m T71
MWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcokels' Bank, Honolulu.
Dress Goods I Dress Goods !
A FULL ASSORTMENT CAN HE FOUND AT
. fS. AC'il',
104 Fort tycreei, Honolulu.
Latest Desips in sirijiliiil Plalfl Dress Goefls,
All Wool Cam Ictte in all Shades,
A FILL LINE OF COLONS IN
Nuns Mings, GaslimerGs nn inrietta Cloths,
Figured Chiilles & Silk Striped Uhailles.
.AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy Striped Flanuels & Flannelettes.
COME AND SEE OUR
STRIPED & PLAID WORSThD COMBINATION SUITS, TRICOT &
FINE CLOTHS FOR RIDING HABIT.
fiSy If you are in search of Dress Materials come and examine our
immense assortment before making your purchases elsewhere.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
New Goods by
Tools & fimplements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
(From 1 Gallon to S00 Ualloti).
a- Wo are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'o.
lOO HT'oi-t SStreet.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS L'OK THE LEADING
e2r-NEW GOODS BY
c. j. McCarthy,
Ni:w Cu.mmi.nb' Block, Mi.uoiiant SntuKT.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
Boucrroit rou 'nn:
Equitable Life Assurance Society.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
ReulH Collected and Hoiitea Rented.
gJF" Any businei-b eiiliiibtcd to me
NOT I OK.
IIIEO leave lo notify the public- that I
liuve Marled a Jkhmj Mioelue; chop
nt No. til KlmrMieul, next lo Wright &
Sons' can lago lacton. wlu-ie I will lie
liul to incut my old (ileiaU anil now
oikm alo. Wo iniiKe a i-pcclaliy of ilrrt
eliiMi hoix) ehiclnc;. Wo w arrant to Mop
Intel foi hit; "I'd eau help all luiuu hnreUa,
aoi im ohas. nornusi,TvE:j.
A month or (wo no some
" Frisco' " hoys who were di
K'ng into the ground in the
neighhorhood of Telegraph
Hill round nn old iron pot
chock full or gnld pieces.
We've heeu digging-, not for
iron pots particularly hut for
anything' and everything that
lias money in it for us and
you. Wo boliovo we struck
it in Caimh)lini3um Avena
kius, the liquid advertised to
preserve wood ag-ainst the
ravages of hugs, ants and
Late Arrivals !
EVERY STEAMER. -a
will icccivo prompt attention.
It will Hoon ho too Into to
hoiuI renieiiihriineeti to your
1'riejnlH abroad. So go nt
oiieo lo King Uroa., on Ho
tel Ktrijot, ami get Home ol
their pretty and novel "Ha
waiian" CliriHtiuas CarlB
lor the purpose.
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