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OAHO RAILWAY k LAND CO
TIME TABLE.
To Take Effect From January 3, 1891.
t r;a.i 1ST s
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. ..6:15 8:43 1:45 4:SOt
Arrlre Uonouliull.7:l6 9:49 2:49 6:28t
Leave Honoullull.7:45 10:31 3:51 5:50t
Arrive Honolulu. . 8:40 1 1:55 4:55 6:45t
t Saturdays only.
Sundays excepted.
63-tf
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
AKKIYAI.S.
Monday. March 2.
Br S 8 Ilonnslow, Norman, 12 days from
Nanainio, B C.
bchr Waiehu from Kauai.
UEPAUTUKES.
Monday. March 2.
Am bk Forest Queen, Kelson, for San
Francisco.
Strar Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokai.
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson, for Koo
lau. Strar Waialeale, Chaney, for Lahaina.
Scbr Kauikeaouli for Kohala.
Stmr J as Makee, Macauiey, tor Kapaa.
VESSKLS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Stmr Kinau, King, for Maui and Ha
waii at 2 n m.
Stmr Claudine, Davies, for Kahului at
5 pm.
otiur Mikahala, Campbell, for Kauai at
5 p m.
Strar Kaala, Hagland. for Lahaina at 10
a m.
tier bk Charlotte, Lohndorf, for San
Francisco.
Schr Kawailani for Koolau.
SIUFl'JNO MOTES.
The schooner Kanlilua brought 809 bags
sugar from Wanned, Kauai.
The Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch
sailed March lit for San Francisco with
26,276 bags (3.15U.5D8 pounds) sugar, valued
at l3,715.05. The shippers were: F. A.
Schaefer & Co., 1,450 bags sugar; Theo. H.
Davies & Co., 6 670 bags sugar; Castle &
Cooke. 6.990 bags sugar; C. Hi ewer t Co.v
11,160 Lags sugar.
Captain J. A. King will take temporary
;cnarge oi me steamer Kinau tnis trip.
V Captain J. C. Lorenzen, late of the
steamer Kinau, assumed his new duties as!
one of the pilots of this harbor Monday A
The Hawaiian bark Mauna Ala finishes
discharging coal this afternoo-. fche will
sail to-morrow in ballast to load sugar for
San Francisco at Mahukona, Hawaii.
The German iron bark Charlotte.Captain
Bohndorf, sails to-uay for San Francisco
with about 2,100 tons sugar.
The steamer Iwa'ani brought 5,238 bags
sugar on Monday from Hamakaa.
The schooner J. M. Weatherwax, which
arrived at Kahului February 26th. was
20 days from San Francisco. She will load
sugar for San Francisco.
The British steamer Hminslow, Captain
F. Norman , arrived on Monday morning,
March 2J, 12 days from Nanaimo, British
Columbia. She brings 2,435 tons of coal
for the Oceanic Steamship Company.
After the departure of the bark Charlotte
to-day, she will come a:ongside the Pacific
Mail Company's wharf to discharge.
The American bark Forest Queen, Capt.
K. Nelson, sailed March 2d for San Fran
cisco with 12,515 bags sugar, weighing
1.683,955 pounds, vatned at $75,453.30.
Castle & Cooke shipped 7,100 bag3" sugar
and the balance were shipped by C.Brewer,.
K KjO. '
A steam whaler was cruising off port
yesterday.
The following colliers are waiting for
berths to discharge: ship Exporter, bark
Sonoma, schooner Golden Shore and
steamship Hounslow.
The barkentine Discovery has already
begun receiv ng sugar.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Cabinet had a meeting yester
day. A buggy and brake are offered for
sale. See advt.
A nicely furnished room in a quiet If
part of the city is to let.
If you want the best quality of j
hay and grain of all kinds, call onj
the California Feed Company.
On Monday next the 9th inst. at
11 a. m. the annual meeting of the
Union Iron Works Co. will be held.
The following tenders have been
received by Mr. A. J. Cartwright for
the erection of the new building for
the Pacific Hardware Company:
Redward & Howell, $23,284; Geo.
Lucas, 22,000; E. B. Thomas, 22,
(XX); Fred Harrison, $21,223.
Operatic Notes.
The box plan for the sale of seats
for the performance of Verdi's II
Trovatore, Saturday evening, at the
Opera House by the New York Bijou
Company, opens to morrow morning
at 9 o'clock at the office of Mr. L. J.
Levey, corner . of Fort and Queen
streets.
Miss Maori, the prima donna of
the company, is highly spoken of by
the San Francisco press, une paper
speaks of her taking the title role of
Marguerite in Faust at a very short
notice, and making a distinct suc
cess. presenting a Marguerite that
will lone be remembered." Miss,
Fanny Myers, Miss Henrietta Dryer
m r-W 1 1 X. -
And Mr. Hamilton also come in ior a
large share of praise for the manner
in which they sustained their parts.
Complimentary Concert.
The Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, under Prof. H. Berger, will
give a concert at the Hawaiian Hotel
this evening at 7:30 o'clock as a wel
come to the members of the New
York Bijou Opera Company, who
are expected by the S. S. Australia
to-day. The public are invited. Fol
lowing is the programme:
1. Overture Fra Diavolo.. ...Auber
2. Introduction Carmen Bizet
3. Finale Kigoietto verm
4. Selection Faust..., Gounod
That is Love. How Love came. Banana
Peddier.
s Selection Bohemian Girl. .. ....Balfe
6. Finale Lucia dt Lammermoor .
Donizetti
7. Duet H Trovatore .Verdi
8. Selection Norma ...Bellini
Hawaii Fonoi.
ASF
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Pilikia on the first page.
Chilly weather at Dights.
Pilot Lorenzen is on duty.
Particulars of a Marshal's sale
appear elsewhere".
y-r
QJHave you heard the rjhonoffranh
yet, at tue noteiT
Honolulu's " Plumed Knights"
arm tnis evening.
The Kinaa sails for windward at 2
o'clock this afternoon.
Sugar, is going forward to
Francisco in large quantities.
San
There was an extensive bush fire
in the mountains near Nuuanu Pali
last night.
liJ Mr. J. J. Williams' yiews of the
late King's funeral procession are
splendid collection. . j
The bard concert at Emma Square
last evening Was largely attended,
and the music was fine.
The Woman's Board meets at the
parlors of Central Union Chuch at
2:30 o'clock this afternoon.
The steamship Australia is due
to day from San Francisco with four
days later news than the Monowai
There is to be a masquerade ball
at Waikiki next Thursday evening
It is causing quite a flutter in cer
tain circles. .
The annual meeting of the Inter-
lsland bteam Navigation Company
will be held at the office at 10 o'clock
this morning.
There appears to be a large de
mand for the bread, buns, cakes,
doughnuts, etc., made by the Vienna
Modal Tialffirv. .
" ' '
nr TT' 11-1 -i n
iurs. ivirKDriae ana iuiss sever
ance who have been visiting friends
on the island of Maui the last few
weeks, have returned to town.
ry Under the law passed at the last
session of the .Legislature, the lion.
J. O. Dominis has been commis
sioned as Governor of the Island of
Oahu.
Don't miss the opening night of
the New York Bijou Opera Com
pany. It is next Saturday and the
opera of , II Trovatore will be presented.-
" '.
'The San Francisco Music and
Drama says the Hawaiian national
hymn, as played ' by the Baldwin
orchestra is a beautiful piece of
sic.
.
Mr. Frank P. Hastings formerly
U. S. Vjce and Deputy Consul Gen
eral has been appointed Secretary of
the Foreign Office vice Hon. C. P.
laukea.' '
e Supreme Court sat in banco
yesterday, llis JUx. W. A. Wniting,
the new Attorney-General, was in
troduced to the Court, by Mr. A. P.
Peterson; .-? ' ?- -- i.' - v ,
(Krle68rs. H F Bertelmann ancTT.
J3. Walker have been awarded the
contract for erecting the new Brewer
block on Fort street. Their tender
was 12,200. . i
This evening the Royal Hawaiian
Band will give a welcome concert at
the Hotel to the members of theOpera
Company expected on the Australia.
All are invited.
The Hawaiian Gazette, a ten-page
edition, is now ready with a very
varied assortment of local and island
news. Send a copy to your friends
on the next mail.
(A
At 3 o'clock this afternoon the
stockholders of ; the People's Ice &
t Refrigerating Co. will meet in an
i nual session at M the office of ... Mr.
Jonathan Austin.
The burning of the Parliament
buildings at Tokio is attributed to
Soshi, who Eate : foreigners and
resent the recent legislature in the
interest of Europeans.
A meeting of the General Com
mittee on the Oahu College Semi
centennial Celebration was held
yesterday afternoon, when several
names were added to the sub-committees.
Three of the Chinese pirates who
looted the steamer Namoa near
Hongkong a short time ago, are in
jail at Canton. In a confession they
explained how the piracy was
planned. .
Chief Justice Judd leaves on the
Mikahala this afternoon for Kauai to
hold a term of Court.. Mrs. Judd
accompanies bim. Deputy Attor
ney General Creighton, prosecutes
Llor the Crown.
jThe new captain of the Household
Guard is Mr. Samuel Nowlein, Ser
geant at-Arms of the Legislature of
1890. Lieut. W. J. Feary has been
appointed first lieutenant and Hiram
Kaaha, second lieutenant.
fMr. J as. W; Robertson is to be
congratulated ' on his appointment
by Her Majesty the Cjueen to be
Chamberlain of the Royal House
hold. Mr. Robertson will make an
excellent chamberlain in every res
pect. t . -. v- - - -
The Honolulu Athletic Association
will iiave. a .field day of athletic
sports on ' Tuesday March 17th, at
the new baseball grounds. The
events will consist of sprint races,
putting the shot, throwing the ham
mer, high jump, wide jump, etc.
Gold and silver -medals will be
offered as prizes.
AJX AO. AaUCliU JblAl4 -rAkJUXS
indefatigable traveller, whose " Six
Months' Residence in the Hawaiian
Islands" is still the best book of
travels written about this island
kingdom, has obtained from the
Maharaja of Kashmir the grant of a
piece of land in which to erect a hos
pital and dispensary for women.
DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MARCH 3,
A MIDNIGHT BLAZE.
Three Chinese Stores on Nuuanu
Street Suffer from Fierce
i
V Flames.
About five minutes before mid
night an alarm of fire was rung from
the Central Tower. Mr. P. O'Sulli
van turned in the alarm to the
Mutual Telephone Company's office,
the operator quickly commuicating
with the bell tower.
It started in a store on Nuuanu
street, just above King 6treet, oc
cnpied by Chung Poon, a tailor. The
names spread quickly and at one
time it looked as if there was to be a
big fire. The fire police were quickly
on the spot and their work of keep
ing the crowd back has never been
excelled at any fire. They deserve
the highest credit. The department
responded with a will, and working
hard it was not long before the nre
s under control. Unung foons
stone is pretty well gutted. The
store below, occupied by Fai Kee, a
watchmaker, was damaged slightly,
while the one above, in which Hop
Hong carried on the tailoring busi
ness was more or less damaged. The
origin of the fire at this time of
writing is unknown. The Hon. W.
G. Irwin, who was a spectator, said
he had never seen a letter conducted
fire in Honolulu.
A fireman is likely to be arrested
to-day for the larceny of several
rings from Fai Kee's jewelry store
during the are.
The Bush Contempt Case.
In the Supreme Court yesterday J
the case of JohnE. Bush charged
with contempt, was further heard in
banco. Witnesses were called for
the prosecution to prove that the
article appeared in Ka Leo and that
xsush was the publisher of the paper.
During the hearing Edward Kekoa
stated that he wrote the article in
Question. The Court will render its
u decision at noon to-day. ,
You will find elsewhere the lucky
numbers that drew watches in wich
man's club, Monday.
To those who need a pleasant Tonic
for any kind of debility, we can recom
mend Clements as the best. For sale
by Holuster & Co.
SCECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
DOUOHNUTS AS MADE BY
the Vienna Model Bakery
are just delicious. For sale
at The Elite Ice Cbeam Parlors.
2701-3t
Tcru SUmcrtiseiuents.
Meeting Notice.
mHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
A stockholders of the Inter-island Steam
Navigation Co., L'd.. will be held at the
office of the Company on TUESDAY,
March 3d, at 10 o'clock A. M.
J AS. L. MCLEAN,
2C9G-St , Secretary.
Notice of Election.
rpHE REGULAR ANNUAL MEET-
ing of stockholders of the Peoples' Ice
& Refrigerating Co. for the election of
officers, will be held at the office of Jona
than Austin, on TUESDAY. March 3d. at
3 P. M. U. P. CASTLE.
2700-4 1 Secretary.
Annual Meeting.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Union Iron Works
Co., for the election of officers, will be
held at their office on Queen street, on
MONDAY, March 9th, at 11 o'clock A. M.
ROBERT MORE,
2703-lw Secretary.
MARSHAL'S SALE.
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE
cution issued out of the Police Court,
on the 21st dtiy of February A. D. 1891,
against Lee Kii and Quon Chow.partners,
as Sun See hlop uo., detenaants, in lavor
of S. C. Allen, doing business as Allen &
Robinson, plaintiffs, for the sum of Two
Hundred Seventeen ana oO-lUO Dollars
($217.50), I have levied upon and shall
expose for sa;e at the front entrance ot
Kalakaua Hale, in the District ot Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock m. of
1URSDAY, the 2d day of April A. D.
1891, to the highest bidder, all the right,
title and interest of the said Lee Ein and
Quon Chow, defendants, in and to the fol
lowing property, unless said judgment.
interest, costs and my expenses be previ
ously paid.
List of property for sale : 1 clock, 4 bed
steads (white pine), 18 wooden horses, 1
counter, 2 tool chests with tools, 1 tool rox
with tools, 1 grind stone and stand. 2 car
penter's benches, 1 bundle of moulding, 11
diooks oi narawooa, 6 tables, 5 lockers, 1
unfinished table, 1 cabinet maker's ma
chine, tools, etc., 3 boxes of Chinese provi
sions, l lamp, z carriage wheels, 1 stool. 1
old guitar, 2 old bamboo chairs, 5 old
chairs, 1 anvil and vice, 1 lot of window
panes. Hot R. W. boards, 1 lot N. W.
boards, 1 lot iron screws, bolts, etc. etc. '
(Signed) C. L. HOPKINS,
Marshal.
Honolulu, Mar. 3, 1891. 2703-lm
FOR HEISTT !
A DELIGHTFULLY QUIET,
newly furnished room, midway
between Beretania and King Sts.
in
fiat
cars, or 15 minutes' walk to Fort
street (no children); enquire at this office.
FOU SALE.
ONE BUGGY AND ONE
Brake, almost new. Apply
at Advertiser office.
2703 lw
FOR SALE.
A LGEROBA
to
CORD WOOD. APPLY
W. E. ROWELL.
2699-1 w
NOTICE.
UY WIFE MARY SUTHERLAND
has left my bed and board for no just
cause, and I will not be responsible lor
debts contracted without my written order.
JAMES SUTHERLAND.
Honolulu, Feb. 24, 1891. 2693-1 w
ELL
Xtw mtirjcrtiscmcnta.
THE MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK
BICHABD A.. McCXJltDY, President.
Statement for the I ear
ASSETS
Keaerve on Polloe at per rent
LiaDllllies omer man ccr
Surplus
Receipt from all sources
I'ayments to i'oiicy-toiaer
Kinks assumed
1USKS m force
THE ASSETS ARE INVESTED AS FOLLOWS:
Real Estate and Bond & Mortgage Loans
United states Bonds and other Serurlties
Loans on Collateral Securities
Cash in Kanks and Trust Companies at iuterest.
Interest accrued.. Premiums deferred. et
I have carefully examined the foregoing
From the Surplus above stated a
The business for 1890 shows INCREASE oter that of 1889, as follows:
In Assets
in rteserve on roiicies iu surplus
In Receipts..
In I'ayments to Policyholders
In Risks assumed
In Risks In force
Year.
Risks
Outstanding.
...$351,789 285 .
... 368.981.441..
... 39.1,809,203..
... 827,628.933..
... 482.lli5.184..
... 638.226,865..
28th. 1891.
1884....$ 34.68l.4t?0.
1885.... 46.507.139.
1880... 56.832.719.
1887 ... 69,457,468.
1888.... 103.214.261
18X9.... 151,602,483.
1890 ... 160,985,986.
New York, January
BOARD OF
Samuel E. Sproulls.
George F. Baker.
Jos. Thompson.
Dudley Olcott.
Frederic Cromwell.
Julien T. Davies.
Robert Sewell.
8. Van Rensselaer Cruger.
Charles R Henderson.
George Bliss
Re pus W. Peckham.
J. Hobart Herrick.
Wm. P. Dixon.
Lucius Robinson.
Samuel D. Babcock.
George S. Coe.
Richard A. McCurdy.
James C. Holden.
Herrmann C. Von Port.
Alexander H. Rice.
Lewis May.
Oliver Harriman.
Henry W. Smith.
Robert Olyphant.
ROBERT -A-. GRANNISS, Vice-President.
WALTER R. GILLETTE. Gen '1 Mai-ver.
WILLIAM J. EASTON, Secretary.
ARCHIBALD N. Wa
EMORY McCLINTOCK.
JOHN TATLOCK, Jr., Ass't Actuary.
FREDERIC CROMWELL. Treasurer.
JOHN A. FONDA, Assistant Treasurer. WILLIAM P. SANDS, Cashier.
EDWARD P. HOLDEN, Assistant Cashier.
WILLIAM G. DAVIES, Gen'l Solicitor.
Medical Directors.
GUSTAVUS S. WINSTON. MD. E. J. MARSH, M.D.
GRANVILLE M. WHITE, M.D.
1364 2697-1 m
UP-TOWN
Book, News and Stationery Store.
PRANG'S
ART STUDIES
In greaat variety.
SPECIAL BARGAIN.
Orders solicited for
ENCYCLOPEDIA v BRIITASICA
With American Supplement.
Comprising 30 quarto volumes a whole
norarj in itseu, price oo.
Pronounced the greatest and best
lot of Books ever offered.
TH0S. G. THRUM.
1336 134-y Proprietor.
THE "BEST" TONIC
CURES DYSrEPSIA,
STRENGTHENS THE SYSTEM,
RESTORES SOUND REFRESHING
SLEKP,
PRICELESS TO NURSING
MOTHERS.
Tiik"'Ouestion is Sometimes Asked
Tell us concisely which ailments The
" Best Tome will most enectuauy cor
rect? Here is the answer: Dyspepsia,
All Nerve Troubles, Loss of Sleep, Loss
of Appetite, Geneial Debility, Exhaus
tion from any cause, lo those Recover
ing from Illness, nothing better can be
prescribed.
A WALKING MATCH.
For Athletes . " We the undersign
ed participants in the six-days' walking
match, ending at the Mechanics' Pavil
lion, February 27, 1889, fully endorse the
vitalitine effects of The "Best " Tonic.
Frank Hart, Charles J. Sheridan, Gus
Guerrero, Pat Guerrero, Old bport Cam
pana, James Davis, Oofty Goofty, John
Brodie, E. C. Moore, Thomas Howarth,
George Cartwright, James Leahy, Gus
Brown, L. Crozier.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.,
Sole Agents Honolulu.
P. 0. Box 501 Telephone 48.
1C62 2688-3m
FOR LE.SE !
THE PREMISES ON KAAHU
manu street, at present occupied
by T. H. Davies & Co., and ad
joining their new building.
For particulars enquire of
J AS. L. McLEAN,
at Inter-Island S. N. Co.'S office.
2699-lw-tf
Ending December 31st, 1890.
, 9 136,668,368 OO
505.359 82
9,981,333 38
, 34.978 778 69
16.973,200 05
49,188 policies 160.985,985 58
206,055 policies 638,226.865 "4
S76.529.231 72
51,311,631 54
8.624,400 OO
3,556.441 59
7,133.256 35
147,154,961 20
statement and find the same to be correct.
A. N. WATEKHOUSE, Auditor.
dividend will be apportioned as usual.
SIO.753,633 18
10.554,091 t4
3.M59.759 07
1.772.5H1 7
4.611 nolicie. 9.383. 5oa 21
23.745 policies. 72.276.931 3
Payments to
Pollcy-Holders.
$13,923,062 19...
. 14.402 019 90 ..
. 13,129.103 74 . .
. 14.128.423 60 . .
. 14.727,550 22..:
. 15.200.608 38...
. 16,973,200 05...
Receipts.
.$19,095,318 41.
. 20.214.954 28.
. 21.137.176 67.
. 23.119 922 46.
. 26,215,932 52.
. 31,119.019 62
. 31,978,778 65).
Assets.
. .$103,876,178 51
. 108.90-.967 51
. . 114.181.963 24
. 118.806,851 88
. . 126.082.153 56
. . 136,401,328 02
. 147,154.961 20
TRUSTEES.
Robert A. Grasniss.
Henry H. Rodgers.
j no. w. auchincloss.
Theodore Morford.
William Babcock.
Preston B. Plumb.
Stuivesant Fish.
Augustus D. Juilliard.
Charles E.' Miller.
James W. Husted.
Walter R. Gillette.
James E. Granniss.
ISAAC K. LLOYD. 2d Vice-President.
FREDERICK fcCHROEDER. Ass't Sec'v.
- KKUOUSB, Auditor.
TXT). F. T A AMnw
CHARLES B. PERRY, '2d Ass't Actuary
WILLIAM W. RICHARDS, Comptroller.
S. 13. HOSE,
General Agent Hawaiian Islands:
READ THIS!
JUST RECEIVED urn FOR SALE CHEAP
Galvanized Ridging,
Galv. Screws and Lead Washers,
Plain Galvanized Iron,
Sheet Lead, fcheet Zinc,
Boxes of Tin,
Galvanized WATER PIPING, H Kt
1. IK. IK and 2 inch;
Pipe Fittings,
HAIR FELTING and Asbestos Sponge,
for covering steam pipes ;
Rubber Packine, all kinds:
BLACK FENCE WIRE,
Galvanized Fence Wire, 1 -
Galvanized and Copper Telephone Wire,
Genuine Bell Telephones,
Electric House Bells, and
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES!
Electric Light Plants of anv
size and description furnished and in
stalled.
SHIP CHANDLERY:
Bbls. Coal Tar,
Bbls. Stockholm Tar,
Bbls. Pitch, Asphaltum ;
Blocks, in great variety ;
Manila Rope, to 7 inch ;
Iron and Steel Wire Rope,
Iron Seizing, assorted ;
Yellow Metal SheathiDg, 14 oz. to 26 ox.
Oakum, Oars, all sizes;
Patent Logs,
Nautical Almanacs,
Bunting, assorted colors ;
American and Hawaiian FLAGS.
A great variety of
SHIP HARDWARE of latest designs.
NO OLD STOCK !
Also, constantly on hand, a full stock of
SHELF HARDWARE,
Tools of all kinds,
Agricultural Implements,
KEROSENE OIL, of good quality;
SPERM, and all other
LUBRICATING OILS;
Boston Card Matches,
Rubber Hose, assorted;
ALCOHOL of hiah test for mechani
cal and medicinal purposes,- just
received
JP67"All of the above for sale by
E. 0. HALL &
Cor. Fort and King Streets.
1362 2684-lm
H. PETERSEN
139 Fort Street.
Fresh Fruits and Potatoes by evervStmr
from San Francisco; the best in
the market.
A fine Stock of Havana Cigars, Tobacco
Orders for Groceries nrnmtitlv fill
an saies small pronts. r77-3roq
1891.
Itorrtistmcitfs.
PKOF. DR. MED. G. JAEGEfi'S
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing
CKItTIFICATK TUAJCSLATIOIST:
I herewith appoint MR. M. GOLDBERG, Agent for the Sale of rav
viguuuic uaiiitaiy j uueruiuuuug ior me
Stuttgart, the 19th of September,
CrOrigtnal to be seen in my
I certify herewith that I have riven
soie authority for the manufacture of Sanitary Underclothing after myflyateia
both at home and abroad. I recoenize. as eenuine. onlv the SaniUrv TJntfar.
clothing made by the original appointees
TRADE MARK OF Wm. BeNOER & SONS AND
lm nutation !
-
ECFA Full Assortment Just
M. GOLDBERG'S,
2696-2m
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware,
GLASSWARE,
2, S and 4-Light Chan leliers and Electroliers, Metal and Glass
Lamps, Lamp Fixtures,
PAINTS, OILS AND VAENISHES,
Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil, Mecca Engine
Shot and Caps, Chamberlain's
House ' Furnishing- Goods, . Silver Plated Ware, Table Cutlery,
George Westenholm's Pocket Knives, Wade & Butcher's Razors, -Plows,
Planters' Steel Hoes and other Agricultural Implements Handles.
PLANTATION SUPPLIES
'.'. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Hart's Patent " Duplex " Die Stock for Pipe and Bolt Cutting;
Rubber Hose, either Plain or Wire Bound; Sprinklers and Stands;
New " Easy " Pennsylvania Lawn Mowers, High Grass Cutters ;
Manila and Sisal Rope.
AGENTS FOR
Harlman's Steel Wire Fence and Wire Mats,
JSears Carriage Faints, ' - .
W. G . Fischer's Wrought Steel Ranges and Fire and Burglar-proof Safes, '
Gate City Stone Filters, ,
New Process Twist Drills.
T T-F XT A 17 1 1VT HTH P Admitted hy everyone to be the
X XX Jlf XVXIiXilTX yj X V Li, very best Windmill in existence.
It is made of Steel and will last longer and give better satisfaction
than any other manufactured.
NEW GOOD3 received by every Steamer. NO OLD GOODS IN STOCK!,
JC3f Orders from the other Islands solicited and promptly filled. 79-q
GEO. W. LINCOLN,
BXJILDE JR and CONTRACTOR
Is prepared to furnish Plans and Specifications for, and Construct all -kinds
of Buildings, either Brick, Stone, Iron or Wood, in a satisfactory
manner
Beinor a Practical Architect
and Specifications, and Personally Superintend the same.
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xoanKiui roan woo nave entrusted ineir wotk 10 me neretoiore, x Dope to
merit a continuance of their natronaie. hv civinc thn RAinn mv rwrnnil anrorvSa.'
ion and employing competent assistants, thereby enabling me to guarantee satis
faction. '
t&-ALL KINDS OF JOBBING and REPAIRING promptly attended to.
Offices and Stores Fitted up with neatness and dispatch.
G.
Bell Telephone 275.
65q
B. B. EHLERS & CO.
After taking Stock GREAL BARGAING
MENTS.
Full Line oi P. 13. & C. P. CORSETS.
A LARGE lNAOICE
For Ladies and Children.
BLACK GOODS of all Descriptions.
Dressmaking Department under
UNION IRON
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
R. MORE, :
Engineers and
Office and Works,
MANUFAC7TURKRS OF
Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines,
Steam Boilers, Juice Tanks, Coolers, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Cars,
Cane Cars, Elevators, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings,
Wrought and Cast Iron Work for House Builders,
Water Wheels and Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc.
DIFFUSION MACHINERY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FOR THE
Pelton "Watei? "Wheel.
G-REPAIRS of all kinds of MACHINERY don at REASONABLE
RATES and at SHORT NOTICE. 1354 I4d-3m
Hawaiian isianas.
rSiiMiiwll
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
1890.
Mex chant-street window.
to WM. BENGERS SONS. Stuttgart, th
which are stamped in blck with toi
MY SIGNATURE UNDERNEATH. BeWArO Of
Signed TROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Received and For Sale at
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Crockery,
and Cylinder Oils, Dynamo Oils, Towder,
Patent Machine-loaded Cartridges,
mvself. I am nrpnared tn riaIta all Plana
V. LINCOLN,
75 and 77 Kisq Street.
ARE OFFERED IN ALL DEPART-"
BLACK STOCKINGS.
the management of Miss Clark.
' WORKS CO.
Manager.
Superintendent.
Iron Founders,
Esplanade, Honolulu,

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