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OAIIU RAILWAY 4 LAND CO.'S
TO TAKE EFFECT JAN. O, 1601.
A.M. A.M. r.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. ..0:15 8:45 1:45 4:3ot
Arrive llouoiillull. 7:15 0:40 3:40 5:381
Leave IIoiioullull. 7:45 10:51 3:51 5:SOt
Arrive IIouolulu..H:4U 11:55 4:55 0:45t
t Saturdays only.
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tri fi 0.10 0.30 6.00 7.80 e.Sfl 5.M 4. 311
t 7 i.oo l.ao e.40 8.oo 6. as 5. si 6.35
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The Time Signal for the Port la given at
li h.um.o a. (uiitlt ight) of Greenwich time, or
1 h. 2rttn. 34 a. r. u. ot Honolulu Obmrvatory
It Is clven by the Steam WhUtleot the Honolulu
Planing MM, few dxrn above the iHmtoin
llouiit. The aaiue whlotle 1 anunileil cor
rtt'tly at Honolulu Mean Noon, OliHt-rvatory
Meriaiau, or lo h. 31 m. 'id a. of Umuiwlcli
Sun. 25 30 05,9.95
Mon '-: ;j.oi -Ji.9;t
Tue 27, 29.'.,. 87
3 N K
4 N K
2 N E
Weil 2 39.-! 2.77
Thur 29. M
V. 29. Ui
Friday. Feb. 0.
Stmr.I A Cummins. Neilson. from Koo
lau. Schr Mille Morris from Koolaii
R M S Alameda, Morse, from
Friday, Feb. 6.
Tern Emma Claudina, Maas, for San
Francisco, via Ihshukona. Hawaii.
StmrWO ll:iit, Freeman, for Hawaii
6tmr 11 Bis.hop, St Claire, for circuit
Strur Kaimiloa, Dabel, for Lahaina.
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson, for Koolau,
Scbr Mary for llanalei.
VKSSEL9 LEAVING T(M)AY.
15k Coryphene, David, San Francisco, at
RMS Alameda, Morse, tor 5f an Fran
cisco. li M S S Alameda, Morse, for San Fran
cisco. Schr Sarah and Eliza for Koolau.
VESSKLS IX POUT.
(This list does not include coasters.)
OSFS Charleston, Brown, San Francisco.
U S S Mohican, Shepard, from Hilo.
II M S Nymphe, Turner, Hilo.
Am bk Coryphene, David, Nanaino.
Am schr Iiose Sparks, Brandt, Jaluit.S S I
ShiD J C Potter. Mever. Nanaimo. B.C.
Bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, San Francisco.
BktMary Winkelman, Nissen, San Fran.
Bkt Skagit, Kobertson, Port Townsend.
Am bk Chas B Kenney, Hanson, San Fran.
Am bk Matilda, Swenson, Port Townsend.
Am bktne Planter. F A Dow, San Fran.
Br bk Woollahra, Barneson, Newcastle.
OSS Australia, Houdlette.San Francisco.
5er bk Charlotte. Bohndorf, Liverpool.
K M S Alameda, Morse, Colonies.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Veaaeta. Where from. Dne.
Ship Fifeshire Liverpool Feb 25
Bk Santiago New York Feb 21
BkVivax New York May 15
BkC O Whitmore.. Newcastle Feb 14
bk J C Prluger Bremen Feb 25
S S Amigo Mexico Jan 27
Bk Foohng Suey.. ..Boston June 7
Bk H Haekfeld Liverpool June 4
Tern Wm Benton. .Newc't(Kahului)Feb 10
Bktne Kobt Sudden. Newc'tK.ahului)Kebl5
Bk Alden Besse BC(KahuIui) ..Feb 18
BrgtJ DSpreckels.SF(Kahului) ..Feb 28
P M S S China San Francisco. .Mar 2
Schr Golden Shore. Newcast'e.NS W.Feb 19
Am Bk Sonoma Newcastle Feb 25
Bktne John Smith. Newcastle Feb 4
Bk Mauna Ala Newcastle Feb
Ship Exporter Newcastle Feb 12
Bk Newsbov Newcastle Feb 28
Bk Harvester S. F. (Hilo) Feb 9
Ship Meroru Port Ulakely....Feb 25
Bk S C Allen San Francisco . .Feb 19
Bkt Klikitat Port Townsend. Mar 4
Bkt Amelia Port Townsend. Mar 3
Bkt W H Dimond..San Francisco.. Feb 19
Brgt Geo H Douglass.. San Fran Feb 15
Schr Zampa Port Gamble. . . Feb 15
Bk Andrew Welch. .Newcastle(Kah) Feb 20
tin Harvester Newcastle Feb 20
Bk Nicholas Thayer.San Francisco. Feb 9
Un S S Monowai... San Francisco. Feb 12
S S Zealandia San Francisco. Feb 17
Bk Forest Queen
Tern J C Ford . . .
.San r ranci?co . r eb 18
.San Francisco.. Mar 5
.San Fran (Mah)Mar 1
.Liverpool June 1
.Fanning's IsL.Feb 18
For Maui and Hawaii, per sttnr W G
Hall, Feb 6 -For Volcano: Miss Lizzie
Church, Dr W H and Mrs Saylor, 11 E
Wil ox, J V Hawkins, F M Farwell, Miss
J XI Farwell, Miss Stone Mr Petney. Geo
Clarl.. tor way ports: Alfred Hutchins,
J C W Meyer, Dr G Herbert and wife, Mrs
Ilfctverf, .1 W Smithies and children, Dr
I.indley, Kev S H Davies, A F Hopke, A
W van Valkenburg, J W Manning, Miss
M Ail ftgue, Hon W II Cornw. 11, Col Sam
nel Nrris, I) Kahanleiio, Kobt Kalnnipon,
Mrs Hanaike.J Kawewehi, MrsJ K Ka
laina and 50 de k passengers.
For Waialua, per stmr C II Bishop.
FebG JiKleJ P Kama, Miss Kaholona
hele and 10 on deck.
For Sat Francisco, per bark Coryphene,
Feb 7 J 11 Dickson.
The steamer Xinau cojnes in thin morn
ing with a heavy load of sugar and general
merchandise f'oin windward crts.
The schooner Haleakala and Messrs.
Haekfeld & Co. s steam scow took out
loads of coal to th" United States Flagship
The three-masted schooner Emma Clau
dina sailed yesterday for Mahukona with
the balance of her cargo from San Fran
cisco. The German bark Charlotte, now dis
charging at the Pacific Mail Company's
wharf, is unloading freight from her three
The barkentine Mary Winkclman lias
been moved to the old Custom House
wharf to take in sugar. The steamer J. A.
Cummins brings to-day sugar for her from
Heeia. The Claudine ana the Mikahnla
will bring sugar for her to-morrow. She
will leave for Han Franc Im-u next Wednes
day. The harkentine H. N. Catle eam hack
to Krewer'ii wharf yesterday to receive
angar from the wari'hmi.ie.
The sitiamer l.ikehke s due thin morn
ing Ik. 111 llaiiiiiktia with about M,MJ '.igi
The m 'homier Ku e Hp.u k- i- on ihe Ma
rine Railway, lltr next d-.tiiiutiwii vmIi
he Man Kraiit isco.
The schooner Mille Mun is arrived on
Friday from Koolatt with 400 bac.n rice.
Kejiorta very rough weather cfl ('00 Jleal.
The hark Cory phene nets away for Kan
Francisco thi.i morning. Hie entered the
follow nig items ut the Custom lloioe es
terday: II. Haekfeld it Co.. I0.4o0 hags
angar; M . S. Orinhnuiu t Co., 7,1 Hi Imxs
sugar. Totals: 17,Md hag ugar, I, US)
tons; domestic value, $S7.7;i'J.li.
The m hooner Mary, after waiting for the
arrival of the hark C. O. Whitmoie with
Coal from Newcastle for nearly a week,
sailed yesterday for llanalci.
l,OC AI AND GENERAL.
The Kameharneha Hchools
Monday for tho spring term.
Tho Advertiser externl thanks to
Purser Sutton of tho Ahuuodu fol
iate news fuvorg.
JChleiH Co. ure ottering great
bargains in all depart niontH of their
Btoro. Black goods a Bjecialty.
Tho Alameda Bails at
4 p. m. to-
day. She began
soon as she was
docked this morn-
A small lire at Chinatown, caused
by a lamp explosion, was quickly
put out by members of Engine Com
pany No. 5 yesterday evening.
Largo numbers of visitors nightly
crowd the Ptilaco grounds to hear
select choirs of native girls sing Ha
waiian dirges or chant meles of geu
There will be preaching at Har
mony Hall on King street by Elder
llaws, Sunday, at Z:60 p. m., to na
tives through an interpreter, and at j
1:30 to all who understand English.
ly, Feb. 7. . In addition to his duties as organ
it the Colo- 1st of the second congregation of St.
i iiuiuoY a uiuiicuiai, ntav xav- I
I.m. iot'11 nnui'.la of tho, nt-rrnn of 4lTa
or will preside at the organ at the
,.iug and evening. ......
(iT1ITI.ll II i 1 1 I I
He goes to the States to meet Fitzim-
A. 13. Willis and Billy Mabel also ar
rived by the Alameda, and will give
an exhibition at the Commercial bil
liard parlors to day at 2 p. m.
wThe farewell meeting given to W.
E. Mobley at the Y. M. C. A. yester
day evening was largely attended. Mr.
Mobley gave a sketch of his life, re
lating the temptations that beset his
path and beseeching his hearers to
shun liko temptations. A large choir
furnished music for the occasion.
f The German bark Charlotte from
Jjiverpool arnvea a tew days ago
bj m -
with an entire cargo for Messrs. H.
lackfeld & Co.; The cargo consists
of everything in the general mer
chandise business, and is more fully
set forth in a column advertisement i
in this issuw. See if there is any
thing you want in the list.
The hours of service for the Cath
edral Congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral for to-morrow, Quinqua-
gesima Sunday, will be as follows:
Holy Communion at 6:30 a. m.;
11 A. m. ; Evensong in Hawaiian at
3:30 p. m., and in English with ser-
at 7:30 p. si. Seats are free to
i Ihe Chinese begin to day to cele-
ibrate their New Year. Which means,
look out for another cook or servant,
as they go out on a general strike for
several days, perhaps weeks. Police
Justice V'. Foster gives them three
days to celebrate by firing crackers,
etc., and between the hours of 3 p. m.
to 12 p. m. to-day, and from 5 a. m. to
10 p. m. the other two days.
Arrival of the Alameda.
At 10:30 o'clock yesterday evening
the Alameda was telephoned off port,
... . I
arriving at tne docK at 1 :1b a. m.
She reports a fair voyage as follows :
Discharge Sydney pilot January
21st at 5 p.m.; stopped for Auckland
pilot January 25th at 1:30 p. m.; dis
charged Auckland pilot January
2Gthat3:30p- m.; stopped off Tutu
ila January 30th at 1 :40 p. m. ; sailed
from Tutuila January 30th at 2:10 p.
m. ; stopped for Honolulu pilot Feb
ruary Gth at 10:52 p. m. Experi
enced fine weather to 12 deg. South
latitude, thence strong head winds
and head sea. Time 17 days 3 hours
and 10 minntos.
The following is the Alameda's
passenger list for Honolulu: H. J.
De Forest and wife, JE. Berry, C.
Jaouen, Geo. Uutchins, A. Smith
and 107 in transit for San Francisco.
PaHsengers from Sydney for San
Francisco Mrs. Cleveland and four
children, Mr. H. E. do 13. Lopez, Mr.
S. L. Walters, Mr. Suskel, Mr. J.
Hall, Mr. Jules Fortwengle, Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Poulton, Mr. Thomas
jJurnam,' Mr. A. O'Gorman Monk
house, Mr. Sewell, Mr. Ferguson,
Mr. J. F. Adair, Mr. G. Stabel, Kev.
and Mrs. T. J. Curtis
. 1 m aa
A Delightful Affair.
A pleasant time was spent yester
day evening at W'aikiki by about
twenty-five guosts of tho "Hamilton"
and "Waikiki Villa." The occasion
being in honor of Miss Coin h. Sco
field, of Washington, Iowa. Tho
guests will, aside from the delightful
time enjoyed, bo roruiudod of Miss
Scofield by some unique as well as
original sketches of her own handi
work, in tho shape of Hawaiian
scenes, one being presented to each
of the guests.
DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVKUTlHBIt, FEBRUARY
The Ouhu Rail way Company
Gives nn Excursion j wa
Plantation VMtvd Pearl
Tho t.tlier tlay an invitation
oxtended by Superintendent Ashley,
of tho Oahu Railway and Land Co.,
to fiomo twenty citizens of Honolulu,
ottici rs of the Charleston and visitors
to the Islands.
About 9 o'clock yesterday morn
ing those accepting tho invitation
gathered at tho Honolulu depot
whero the directors' car was attach
ed to a special engine, ready to start
as soon as an open car was ladened
with sotuo auspiciously looking
freight that was afterwards investi
gated by the excursionists to their
delight and satisfaction.
Mr. 1$. F. Dillingham, General
Manager of the Company, and Sup
intendent Ashley were on time to at
tend the excursionists who were His
Excellency A. V. Peterson, Attorney
General; His Excellency Juo. A.
Cummins, Minnkter of Foreign Af
fairs; His Excellency John L.
Stevens, U. S. Minister; Lieut.
Dyer and son, Geo. Dyer, Capt. G.
C. ltemey. Dr. Geo. W. Woods, Mr.
Muse, Captain of Marines of the
Charleston; Hon. Joso Saraayoa and
son, liaphael Samayoa, Guatemala;
Mr. Hawkins, Chief Engineer of the
JNympho; Mr. Jobu H. Paty, Dr.
I Weber, Mr. John A. Hassinger, Mr.
J.J. Williams, Mr. 11. Uigelow, Ex-
aminer reporter; MrJjioneJ.Stagge,
Chronicle reporter; Mr. W. A.
Peares, Ohio, and a representative
of the Advertiser.
The party proceeded along the
road toward the Ewa Plantation,
taking in by sight all objects of in
terest along the way, while Messrs
T'k.'ll: 1 1 A K1 1 . : 11
"".""6" .Biiiwjr amuiy -
plained things in general
Arriving at the Ewa Plantation,
the excursionists took the makai side
first. All seemed to be impressed
with the rapid growth of the young
plantation, the beauty of its sur-
j j . , i i
XUUUUlUgH UUU IUW BlCmiBUl lOCaUOn.
Th artsian well sixin number
afforded a point of interest. The
TOnfor frntn iTXTn nf iha TOQ,la
Hll ffirionf tn xoata-r tlio nana innm
,w v-- "
ffrowinff on abont 775 aww, !,.
showing the quantity of water flow
mg from the wells and that the
plantation has ample means 'for get
ting water to irrigate a much larger
acreage. The mauka siae of the
plantation was also visited, where
workmen are putting m machinery
for forcing the water from the two
wells bored there.
When the plantation is fully de
veloped it will be one of the largest
if not the largest on the Islands,
comprising over 8,000 acres suitable
for cultivation by very little work
Of this only 775 acres are planted
with cane at present. The second
crop is expected to be cut from over
1,000 acres, while the third crop
from over 2,000, which with the mill
in operation will be one of the objec
tive points of great interest on Oahu,
or for that matter on any of the
rom the plantation the party,
witn a sort of instinctive feeling,
which seemed to affect all of the ex
cursionists, returned to Remond
Grove. Here was a delicious lunch
served by the catering of the Ham
ilton Mouse steward. After the
lunch Mr. Dillingham took the party
out to view Pearl City, returning by
t ha rrroTT F thn A r-s.- raVtA-v 4-1
"tV J , L fJ V7k-
"al B&ai boarded, this time for
The excursion was a very pleasant
one, thoroughly eDjoyed by all. In
fact, little else could be had than a
pleasant time for the attentions and
efforts of the manager and superin
tendent were both kind and untiring.
The Tourists Guide.
. Almost every mail brings letters of
commendation of this popular work.
Dr. Geo. H; Martin of San Fran-
Cisco, wno resided here and prac-
ticed in his profession for several
years, writes: "I must drop you a
line to tel1 J0" how much 1 aPPre
Aintn Trili T I 'Miviita' IIiiiHa If tia fli
ciate your Tourists' Guide. It is sim
ply perfect; and to one who had been
there, it brings back most vividly
the beauties of your Paradise of the i
Pacific. To those who have not
been there, it will no doubt seem
more like a fairy tale, but yet one
which they ought to investigate. In
it is also a vast amount of valuable
information, which all who are inter
ested in the Islands ought to know."
1 Mark Twain " (S. L. Clemens),
writes a characteristic letter from
Hartford, that "the perusal of the
book has set ablaze in him a desire
which cannot be gratified a desire
to revisit the Islands at once."
The book can be had at Thrum's
bookstore, the Hawaiian News Co.'s
or at the publication office, 46 Mer
Brain workers, and all who have to
stand the severe mental strain conse
quent on intellectual employment, find
Clements' Tonic invaluable. Hoi.
listkr & Co. are the Agents for the
SPECIAL lti;slNKSS 11KMS.
lr S. S. Australia.
FROZEN OYSTKRS, CELERY
Caulillower, California Or
anges, Oregon Apples, Nuts
of all Ktnd, Raisins, Figs, Potatoes and
Onions, Smoked Salmon.
On hand, to order, Corn Feed, Turkey?,
Chickens. California FitrtT Makkf.t.
2WO-3t Mutual Tel. 378.
RICH AND GUARANTEED
S positively pure Ice Cream of
finest Mayors at only $2 per
whole gallon at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery and Ice Cream Parlors.
2iSo-lf How, Proprietor.
Hotel st., bet. Fort and Nuuauu.
WHY I H IT?
That an engineer, ranning ixfrhatm
only a donkey engine, will constantly
have his oil can in rcm i, and apply it
to all parts of his engine freely ; and a
man owning a watch that cota him
. yreat ileal of money will let it run fur
without a particle ol oil. Wity
On the one hand a heavy, clumsy
piece of machinery ; on the other, a del
icate piece of machinery, a great many
times more valuable; and yet less at
tention paid Ihe latter than the flrbt.
True, you cannot take an oil can and
fill your watch with oil, that would l
worne than none at all, but you can take
it to a skillful man and have it done for
Kemember that even the comparative
ly simple process of cleanirg a watch
should be done by a kkilleo workman,
or more harm than good may re-ut
The annoyance of finding it litvesnary
to Bend your watch abroad for repair
has entirely been done away with.
Your time-piece, no matter how valu
able, iior in what condition it may be,
can )m repaired at home, ami in such
a manner that it will le a pleasure to
My watch repairing department
now so perfect and in a iHjsition to do
the most intricate work to your entire
satisfaction, and at no greater expense
than the came would la charged for
in the United Ktates. If your time
piece is beyond repair, you will be tol;
so, and put to no expense in having
II. F. WICIIMAN,
An American named Moore has
been arrested at Mozambique,
charged with inciting the native
emftf f Zflmhn to rolled nirolnof
rortuguese. Moore has been liber
ated on parole.
To those who need a pleasant Tonic
lor any kind of debility, we can recom
mend Clements' as the best. For sale
by Hollisteb & Co.
EIGHTEEN HEAD OF
Driving and Work Horses
Work to any harness sirjgle or
One Stallion, "Black Prince."
HERD OF HEREFORD COWS AND BULLS
These are thoroughbred and pedigree
All the above in good condition and
can be seen at Walker & Redward's Stables
on King street.
2682-1 w K. I. GREEN.
On account of departure, the old and
OF A, H. RASEMANN.
A Complete Outfit
Enquire of the above,
M. S. GMNBAUM & CO.,
Honolulu H. U and San Francisco, CaL
M. S. Grinbanm President
C. Bolte. Vice-President and Treasurer
A. Aschheim Secretary
M. Louisson Auditor
M. S. Grinbauni it Co., Limited, Hono
lulu, H. 1.. and San Francisco, CaL, has
assumed the assets and liabilities of M. S
Grinbanm it Co. and of C. Bolte, and will
continue the General Business formerly
carried on by those two firms.
Hoi olulu. Feb. 3, 1891. 13'U 2K0-Im
i SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
A stockholders of the Union Iron Works
Co., will be held at their oflice, Queen St.,
on MONDAY, Feb. 9th. at 11 a. m.
2kS2-3t R. MOKE. Seorctarv.
Election of Officers.
THE FOLLOWING PERSONS WERE
electeil as ntttcers and directors of C.
Brewer it Co., L'd.. at the annual meeting
of the Company held this cay, for the cur
P. C. Jonc. . . .President and Manager
J. O. Carter. .Treasurer and Secretary
W. F. Allen Auditor
Hon. C. R. Ri-diop, lion. 11. Watcrhouse
and S. C. Allen, Directors.
J. O. CARTER.
Secretary C. Brewer & Co., L'd.
Honolulu, Feb. 4. 1S!U. 2iWMm
133 Fort Street.
Fresh Fruits and Potatoes by every Slmr.
from San Francisco; the best in
A fine Stock of Havana Cigars, Tobacco.
Orders for Groceries promptly filled.
'Ca-h sales small profits. 277-3nni
BOOK BINDING BUSINESS
M TJ D !
VOW THAT TIIK H.4I'V BVimv
J- t ujxu na, everybody wants a Door
aiat that will oe an ornament at tin
front dojr, and will thoroughly do the
worn required ol it. The
llarta Steel Wire Mat
jr the thin. It cannot become
Koai tv ram. a is I ho va with fdir
.-, and it ;tlwa k-'ps clean. Being
c ol m vM::z-;d W no
Tliey Cannot Hust
Aa iw many of t he wire mates now in
use. TImv urn far mp ji r to and far
more ilurabV :;.:,u fio.-r cr rubber. Can
be had oi .Su' 1 .Vire it
HAWAII IN liAllinVAilE COMPANY.
(Oj posit Spreckelg A Co.'s Batik,
2U79-tf FORT 8TKEKT.
Book, News and Stationery Store.
A Full sunnlvof MehrtttTvpw
WhlTEHS this intitrument has noenual
iui iuc yi ii;e.
STAMPIKG OlTFITS. rnmnrisiniF
hundreds of patterns with books ot in
struction in all kinds of Embroidery
price complete only $1.50.
ttfA. nice variety of Isdogk Games
Checker Board and Checkers, 25c.
Boxixy Gloves. Bask Roiji
Bats, Gloves and Masks.
Ceoqcet Sets. Laws Tkkkih
Sktb, Ii;diak Clcbb, Dumb Belle.
Sheet Mvsic, Novels, Peesek-
tation BoK8 and Albcmb. Kociett
Stationeby, Office Statiosebv.
A fine sudoIv of Gold Pens nd
CP"Genuine Pig Skijj and othpr
Pl rses. The best line ot Pocket Books
in the Islands.
THUS. G. THRUM.
133G 131-y Proprietor.
Notice of Incorporation and Election
VOTICE TS HEREBY- GIVEN THAT
on the 22d day of January. A. D. ll
the Hawaiian Coffee and TeaCorunanv.
Limited, organized as an Incornoratftd
Joint Stock Company; that the articles of
association and affidavit required by law
have been duly tiled in the office of the
Minister of the Interior, and the following
named persons have been elected officers
of the Company:
Tom May...- President
C. M. Cooke Vice-President
F. A. Sch aef er Treasu rer
W. W. Hall Secretary
T. W. Hobron Auditor
W. W. HALL.
Secretary Hawn Coffee and Tea Co., L'd.
Honolulu, h eb. 3, 1891. 13fil 2S0-3t
Kona Coffee and Fmit Company, L'd.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
at a meeting of the subscriber of the
above named Company held in Honolulu,
Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, on January 21,
isyi, u was votea to accept the Cnaner ot
Incorporation granted bv the Hawaiian
Notice is further given that the limit of
said Charter is fifty years, and the liability
of the stockholders limited to the amount
due and unpaid on the shares.
ine following officers were elected for
the ensuing year:
Chas. L. Hopkins President
T. K. R. Amalu Vice-President
Henry Smith Treasurer
W. C.'Achi Secretary
John F. Colburn Auditor
And the following were elected as Direc
tors: Henry Waterhouse, S. M. Kaaukai
and T. K. R. Amalu. W. C. ACHI,
Secretary Kona Coffee and Fruit Company,
Jan. 21, 1801. 2677-lw 13G0-4t
Notice ot Election.
A T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Ewa Plantation Co., held this day, the
following officers were eleteed for the ensu
C. M. Cooke President
J. B. Castle Vice-President
E. D. Tenney Secretary
J. It. Atherton Treasurer
J. H.Paty Auditor
The above-named officers also constitute
the Board of Directors.
E. D. TENNEY,
Secretary E. P. Co.
Honolulu. Jan. 31, 1891 2T.73 13ti0-lni
Notice of Election.
IT TilE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Kahuku Plantation Company, held
this morning, the following officers were
re-elected for the ensuing year:
Alexander Young President
John A. Cummins Vice-President
Jas. B. Castle Treasurer
Wm. W. Hall , Secretary
C. Bolte Auditor
These officers constitute the Board of
Directors. WM. W. HALL.
Secretary K. P. Co.
Honolulu. Jan. 31. lM. 13Hl-2t 279-lw
Notic.i of Election.
T THE ADJOURNED M FETING OF
th "ailie Sugar Co., held this day,
the following officers were elected lor the
President Z. S. Spalding
Vice-President K. D Tenney
Secretary J. O. Carter
Treasurer P. C. Jones
Auditor J. O. Carter
J. O. CARTER,
Secretary Waihec Sugar Co.
lloiwlnhi, Jan. 19. l9l. 29. 1m
ADVERTISER IS THE
line daily paper of the Kingdom
ENTERPRISE PL A MM MILL
lJlTKli HIGH: - Prop.
OHice awl Mill on
MOULDIN'GS-TuiDcd and Sawed Work.
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Having secured the services of Mb. C. B. Birur. Architect and Boildirg
Kuijerintendent, I am now prepared to furnish Designs for every description U
Building, and will Superintend the Construction of the eame.
Please call and examine designs
Prompt attention to all orders.
New Goods! New Goods!
" PENNSYLVANIA " and NEW EASY LAWN MOWER.
Silver Elated ware,
Famous Grand Active and
den Anvil Wrougal
With Bciler and Hot Water
Attachment if desired.
Consuming one-third less fuel,
either wood or oal, than any
other Stove in existence.
No Brick work abont it!
Tnt o flnn fr, Cn.l
WThnca Tt.jly?T,.T nnoliliafl osa
FOR SALE BY THE
Opp. Spreciels' Bank,
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.,
Peg to announce that in coriscquence
they are Removing their Stock of Goods to the
During removal, in order to
Their Entire Stock is
Have lately been received and
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, -
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
HAKE & CO., Prop.. Xo. 81 KING STREET
Sole Mancfactcrkrs of thk Grkat Blood iVRiriKR
SABSAPARILLA AND IRON WATER!
Sarsapurilla, liomon, Cream
ALL AEKATK1) WATKRS UAUANTKED TURK..
ISLutual 330 TELlSPHONItS Bell 08
ISLAND OUOKUS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Aliikea nunr Oiippti Kfrf
Frames, Ik, Ek
before placing your orders else w here.
ii.i HyiiuiM p
Fort Street, Hanolsln,
: - Bargains!
of extensive repairs to their building,
tave expense of handling,
Offered at Reduced Rates!
their line will find this a fpccially favot
frefh invoices are on the way.
Cider, Etc, Etc,