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THE HAWAIIAN STAR : TIHJHSDAY, MAY 18, lSM.-SlX PAGES.
The Hawaiian Star.
PUBI ISHED EVEKY AFTERNOON
EXCEPT SUNDAY,
BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER
COMPANY, Ltd.
Dr. J. S. McGkfav,
Walthr O. Smith,
Wm. i'. Tilubn,
Editor-in-Chief.
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llittlnem Manager
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HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY
J. S. McGrew,
Q, W. Smith,
B. A. Jones,
John Emmelutii,
President
Secretary
Treasuicr.
Auditor
THURSDAY,
MAY 18, 1803.
THERE WILL BE NO RETREAT.
Every now and then somebody an
nounces what he, she or it is about to
do with the Government. One is go
ing to restore Liliuokalani on June
23th; another has decided to give the
throne to Kauilani when she comes of
age; a third will institute a republic
when he gets ready.
Now this is all very fine as a matter
of theatrical trumpeting, but it would be
well for any man or woman who wants
to change the present order of things
to consult the Annexation party first.
That organization, when it comes to
the settlement of Hawaiian affairs, will
have more to say than anybody else
It is now in possession of the group,
which is nine points of the law. It has
the power to add the other law point
of the ten through appropriate legisla
tion. Its guns are quite numerous and
well manned. The government of its
choice is patient and strong, and wi
surrender its position to nobody except
the United States to nobody whether
of high or low degree; and there is no
one high enough to dare it to do, in its
own defense, what the law of nations
would justify it in doing toward th
persons and the property of dangerou
malcontents.
It is time to beat down this arrogant
presumption that the annexation party
will cut and run from its breastwork
whenever a wooden horse full of imila
tion Troj.ins is pushed against it ; time
to dismiss the idea that any man, by
waving a due bill in the face of th
annexation leaders, can stampede them
like a herd of antelope before a prairie
fire; time to suppress the puerile fancy
that any power on earth will ever pe
mit the disgraced Hawaiian dynasty to
resume any of its usual functions ex
cept that of going to the devil.
The Annexation parly controls these
Islands, from the peak of Manna Kea
Hawaii, to the mullet ponds of Wa
kiki. It will continue so to do, unless
foreign powers coerce it, until the wis
dom of American statesmen comes to
the relief of this American colony
nnrl mpnnwhile its nower is sufficient to
smash any one who gets in the way.
BOWEN AND SEWELL.
It is probable that Harold M. Sewell
did not openly join Wm. Shaw Ilowcn
in the pretence that he had come here
as a quasi-representative of President
Cleveland, and the rumor that he did
doubtless arose from the fact that he
failed to deny the soft impeachment
while a good time could be had by let
ting the misapprehension stand. It
was alleged, before Uowen and Sewell
left San Francisco, that they were
bearing a sort of government commis
sion, and a Chronicle reporter inter
viewed them on that point. IJoth men,
if the published report of what they
said and evaded saying is correct, left
it to be inferred that such was indeed
the case. A similar policy was pursued
by them after their arrival in Honolulu,
Howen claiming outright to represent
Cleveland, and Sewell maintaining a
"significant silence" when questioned
whether he bore a like relation to the
American executive. It was perfectly
natural, under such circumstances, that
Mr. Sewell should find his name
coupled with liowen's in the denial,
which the Stale Department has felt
called upon to make, of their alleged
relations to the government. The e.v
Sanioan Consul was simply known by
the company he kept and by the fake
impressions which he was unwilling to
contradict. After this experience,
which we hear is very painful to him,
lie will doubtless see fit not to again
sail in ships that carry false colors.
IN spite of the fact that the new
Minister is accredited to the Provisional
Government and is persona grata toil,
a royalist organ asserts, touching his
power to restore the Queen," that he
is likely to have authority in that diiec-
tion " far beyond the knowledge, hopes
and wishes of the annexationists." It is
by such unflushing falsehoods as this
that so many natives who believe in
annexation ore coerced into line with
the fallen sovereign and made to think
that her return to power is practicable.
At the same time the allegation insults
the new minister at a vital point and
ought to be the means of securing
for him theprotection of the Govern
mcnt.
Tin: conceit that Mr. Gresham is at
loggerheads with Commissioner now
Minister Mount, because he had not
permitted the natives to be deceived as
to his pmvers in the matter of restoring
c ex Queen, may be set down as the
invention of a freak reporter. I he
nitcd States Government is not in
the business of falsehood and de
ception, and when Mr. Blount made
is significant reply to the appeal o
the women for the return of Liliuo
kalani to the throne he simply carried
out the policy of President Cleveland
as expressed in the text of his written
nstructions, and did it so well withal,
as to merit the promotion which has
come to him.
Thk statement that Mr." Stevens was
not allowed to resign is absurd and mis
chievous. His resignation was filed
months ago and the only comment
made upon it by Mr. Cleveland's
Secretary of Stale was c nveyed in a
request that he stay here until l Ik end
of the present troubles. Mr. Stevens
declined -to remain and was theieupon,
n the natural course of things, relieved
by Commissioner Mount.
BOATING IN HONOLULU.
Plea for the Revival of the Manly
Aquatic Exercise.
" In the States and England boating
is among the chief sports," said a well
known man yesterday. " The college
boat races that Like place every year
between Yale and Harvard, and Ox
ford and Cambridge create no snali
stir among sporting circies. I he jlc
and Harvard crews stait in training in
December and keep it up till the first
of July,, when the great race comes off.
lloating is one of the best of exercises
and moie than one man has been built
up by it. Some of the lust oaismen
in the Eastern colleges have come from
Hawaii. Walter Dole, fonieily a stu
dent of O.iiiu College, was stroke of the
Cornell four-oared crew, u hich has made
the best record of any c liege four-oared
crew in the States Ueorge i..rtcr,
another Honolulu boy, pulled in the
Yale crew. when they defeated Ilaivaid
by twenty-two boat ltnglhs; and still
another Ishnd boy, Frank Lyman, did
fine work in building up the Ilarvau
crew. He rowed in the Harvard four
oared crew that went to England, and
if he had pulled stroke, which he ough
to have done, there is no teiling how
the race would have turned out.
"There is no reason why there
couldn't be championship boat lace:
here in Honolulu every year.
would certainly tend to keep boating
on the move. Boating and base-ball
are the chief sports here. I here is
set tune for a series of games to decide
the base ball championship every year.
and why not have the same for rowing?
I he Myrtles have challenged the
Healanis for the championship and
they have accepted, but ilie tune and
place have not been settled on yet; the
public will probably know in a fen-
days. Alfred Carter, formerly stroke
for the Myrtle senior crew, will arrive
here shortly from Yale College and
will probably t.ikc up rowing again
and also Mr. O. Sorcnson, a membei
of the Myrtles and stroke for the junioi
crew that did the Healanis up so brown
on May 24, '92, will return from btan
ford University on the Monowai. And
now will be a chance for a good boat
race with all these oaismen in town.
PERSONAL.
Harold Sewell is at Waianac, th
guest of Hon. H. A. Widemann.
Dr. Day will take Dr. Miner's place 1 n
the Hoard of hxaminers for lepers
during the latter s absence, and Dr.
Wood will succeed Dr. Henri MeOrew
until the latter is well enough to resum
his duties.
MORE POLICE ORDERS.
Marshall Hitchcock Putting' the Force
in a Disciplined Condition,
Marshall Hitchcock is drawing th
lines still tighter about the boys at th
police station, and is issuing disciplinary
orders with a frequency that bids la
to make our bobbies the equal to an
in the world. The last order deals
with the conduct of policemen and its
principal points are as follows
Officers must not leave their beats to
procure meals, coffee or refreshments,
Any police officer going into a saloon
for the purpose of drinking, or unde
the influence of liquor shall lie removed
from the force. Smoking is prohib.te
except from midnight fo 5:30 a. m
Policemen are f rbidden to stand i
idle conversation with loiterers or other
persons to pass away the time.
Information is to be given
strangers but nothing must be said by
officers about suspicious characteis or
about
any contemplated action to
firroct tlipm. nr nliout anv-stens to be
taken by the authorities 10 detect crime
or criminals.
OUR HI 1.0 LETTER.
DEVELOPMENT ON
uawaii 1
' ISLAND.
The Road Board Moonshine Distilleries
-Teachers The Alolia Aina
Fire Department.
The judicious and timely dctcrmina-
Hon of the Commissioners of Crown
buds to open tin a number of the
branch trails leadinu from the main
road, is one which should meet with
gmeral approval, as it means the open-
mg up to settlement 01 itirtner tracts 01
fine agricultural land now inaccessible,
Altogether vcr 7.1 leases have already
been executed and the scene along the
road is one of energetic pioneering,
ISesides the Kona Coffee and Com.
Co.'s venture there are several smaller ber of young Havvaiians look with
r.nt-tr!c.-ic in tl,n fi.ilfl rmtilili. t,f oliillpfi l.ntrnrl i.n rv.rvt li I nir fnr..on an.1
VHlkl lMV.1 HIV. 1.V..U, JV. 1(1 I'll V, ..
Miss Lee, who has lately arrived and
who, with a sturdy independence, pro-
cceds to engage in coffee culture. Ry-
croft's plantation in Puna has thus far
been remarkably successful, and the
company which began operations in
kona under Mr. Miller's inannnpnipnt. I
ilrcadv have over hundred acres in
plant, some of it on rugged black an,
showing but slightly the presence of
soil, but thriving with extreme luxuri
nee for all that. 1 hough late to come
around a number of plantation man-
gcrs have begun to put in coffee in the
forests above the cane limit. An in-
tense activity is also being manifested
toward a more general development of
mall farming prcducts. I he new
leases negotiated with the Parket estate
reserve 1000 acres of the choice Puu-
apu tract in Vaimea ; there is also
reserved a part of the Honokaia land
Hamakun, aside from the land
looked on as suitable for cane, while Those who have circulated the Patri
nearer in are ever 2000 acres of the I otic League, or "Aloha Ama" petition
and of koahe. In the district of Hilo
over 000 acres of land have been
cleared for the crop of 1804 and 1805
1 he reopening of the Laupahoehue
plantation under the capab'e manage-
mcnt of Mr. McLennan, has iiKiuijur-
atcd a new era of activity in Is'orth
1 1 iln and 111 ho.r.ala. ilr. J. II. Ken -
Jli, llie l-IUtlllinillLI IIL-V IllJIIdUi;! Ul
tne Nonaia plantation, is niingmg tinuer
, ,1
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IIUYUUUM it lit: llilv.1 l, JUU UUliaiU
which has for a long time lain un-
1
lading auoui ionaia, 11 may not
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ue amiss io inenwun me i.ici mat mc
bridge over the Wakaina gulch is un-
safe for truffle and should be i.nmedi
.itelv attended to: while at Niulii the
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planks which cover the Humes under
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i.iuy uii.iu ji iiiiv iiiuiiiL-ili. one ui
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lilt II I W III I It I WI I'lt IXli.lll Uy.lltl IIYtj I
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till. iitHM i lUiu Hi-illll) a II LI I
ml'-hl he one n the hrst to meet with
an accident to his cori.or.il well beinL'.
this fr end v advice is in ven eratui
tously.
The same iK.licvofcrciier.il in elect
and inactivity characterizes the peibonel
of the Hilo Road Uoaid. 1 he new
steel biidge ovir the llonolii, which
cost the taxi.iyeis ch.se on to $15,000,
retimres imniedi ile attention. I he
three-quaiter inch inttrstices between
the lloor planks have been allowed to
become choked up, so that there is a
ribbon of glass growing between every
two pljnks, the guides require paint-
ing, and the lloor joists and rails should
be tarred. The latter sfi.s should like-
'i.iw ttiv.-
wise oe employed on the new Wailuku
. . .
nnuge, unu mere is besides a clanger-
ous lateral sway wnicn a 11:111 clay s
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lauur couiu correct. just now tins
bymposiu.n o. engmeenng talent is cm
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WUIII UlU blUCb UI UlC MrCClSanU UKOW-
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m. bu.io, so nun Willi me lirsi rams.
ridges and valleys of West Maui and
elsewhere, repeated in our midst, there
by demonstrating that the policy of our
Koad lioard ts an educutionul one, in
that it endeavors to lead up the public
to a study and comprehension ol geo
logical changes.
"At Kohala, in the culch of I'ololu,
The thirsty now purchase Kanaka sanishu:
1 ne police nntl the sliciilt Have lumlol in vain,
l'or the Kol.hou moonshine is rampant
again.
and the extremely low pi ice of 50 cents
a bottle now renders it possible for the
poorest and luwli.st horny-fisted son of
toil to exhibit to his compatriot of the
hot -sling ng brigade his palatial man
tint f. II wo nnv l,n,.n t q.-h thn m ln8 the Minister's consent, as s ike-
SLJ'oreSiThiS rrmS,2hi"lhuar'fn"ofan:?ffertoward
sion and polished oak Sideboard and Hood's Sarsaparilla, and the best of it is the
there pledge his good fellowship with a trust is fully justified by the merit of the medi
glass of this sparkling nectar; though, cine. For, remember, HOOD'S Sarsnparilla
as a rule, the quaff is short but the
"nepenthe mighty long.
Distilleries also abound in Puna, it
is said, while the last week has wit
nessed a marked influx of Japsunthr
the courteous ciceronage of Hawaiian
policeman. It is claimed by the au
thoritits that these people have been
selling liqutr, which, of course, the ac
custd, through their attorney, indig
nanlly deny.
The coming few weeks will leave us
devoid of teachers, a nu.uber of whom
propose to visit the World's Fair, and
while it would be unfair to single out
any one for special praise, as all are
equally deserving of merit, still we can
not refrain from expressing our aston
ishmeiit at the fact that whereas the
former principal of the Hilo union
school was paid a salary of $1,600 a
year, with the further promise of an
increase to $1,800 after he had made
the d. mind for the s-.me, the present
principal, iMiss D. yo, receives but
$1,000 per annum, and this in spite ol
the fict that more scholars attend the
school than ever bef-.re, and numbers
I 1 1 t. 1
ua ye uau ,0 uc u
ie a.c o. iuo5C 1 .
wiifii u wuiuiiii is tiiunuj "uii- .u.
a man in occupying positions ol te
sponsibihty and discharging the duties
nimertainini! to the same, the mere
fact of sex ought not disqualify her
from bting aipreciated at the sameilSro.
'valuation. Unfortunately this one1
instance named is by no means an
isolated one. Where does the blame
belong?
Among inosewno are auoui 10 icave
A ., . 1 . . 1 . I
are air. anu Airs, terry, wno, auring
th clmrt tirni ihv hfivi Innkpri .liter I
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the affairs of the Hilo Hoarding bchool,
have managed it successfully. While c"
financially the status of the institution
I. - ... . .
is all but a flourishing one, and in fact
the close of the school year leaves the
treasury practically bankrupt, still the
good work accomplished during the
same period has been far in advance
of any previous ellotts. ine dis
cipline and depnit.nent of the
schools are perlect, the
manual cd
training received appears to have taken
root, and the English spoken is more
creuuauie man iieieio.oic. t uKing
the results as a whole, the showing of
young llawauans cxempiined in tne
graduating exercises just closed speaks
well for the future.
Lotuing at tune when so large a num
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arc content to sp rt white doeskin '
pants which arc light in the leg and
wide in the spring, with a red Sash
around the waist and a wreath of pea-
cock feathers around their hats, who will
not accept work even if offered them at
fair rates of waires. hut whose snip mn.
bition is Gratified in the possession of a I
guitar, with which they will make long
journeys afoot to troubad ur at some
luau and becontent with small gratuities,
who can neither fish, swim, or talk their
own language grammatically, who are
the ven st ioalers, but who revile those
of their own race who seek to live up
to nobler instincts it is just at such a
time that institutions like the h.ameha
meha and Hilo Hoarding schools attest
to the wisdom of their founders and de
mnnstrate that the efforts to regenerate
the Hawaiian from the debasing infiu
ences and tendencies of past reigns is
not so hopeless after all.
through the two Konas have been very
thorough in their canvass, it is re
ported that every man, woman and
child, male and female, have had their
names entered, and if, as is further
reported, these signatures bear the
mark of having been made by but two
partus, these two industrious signers
die CIIWUUU lu lliu UIUIIKS Ol IOC WflUie I
community in having wntten so lemble
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Hilo, also since the return of the
I . " fa"'"!)..!, ntl,i c tnnrlips llu pnt ship nf lliw
i-h vm.u8C,, uuUC.
t Kline I ho WCt Vr ssntinAnt i,n,lrl
lllwi Ifirlnrchitt nf Innnlif., rrtirtl I
- - UUuK.n7 mci,
t.'J"'.. .""'. naicer nuinc
Maechinvcllian Henry West has made
Us joyous display no "hlacc aux.
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ho svlMhlikfnm, 7hMlrt;;
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containing element of Hip mnimiiipp
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llltl ml' nto Sv va's n uitnnran , nnllprv
n j - . , " d C)....
' seaiLn 01 iiiiinoriaiiiy
"'e freedom of the town was ac
corded our visitors. A ereat double
canoe was ngged up, and "over the
wr , wiin light hearts gay and
,rer- ,a, 47rraiBm , Tr ? A Y
one half W. was laid for distant Cocoa
nut Island, but head winds and frac
tious waters hindered them, and so they
returned. And so the plug hats
wandered sadly homewaid.
Doubly grateful are the fire laddies
of this great metropolis, for have they
not received at last their fire engine,
reel and hose? And now they propose
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aliowcd the.m ty. the appropriation of
to erect a 1 tremen s hall with the funds
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1 irtn? mac ipr wiin c.irn r.innc nc nm
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I nn nifan: willlttfT In stirren.lpr nn thf
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oare nroniise nv ine ninc.prs ot 1 up cnni-
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iusc 01 ine town, u course inis is
. :
1 rnnirjrtiniT n rienr wn rn i PYiirpsiiv
enioined in the law without first ohtai,'-
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"PVWS lumber on tick,
Query-Would not a 250 shed do
an Hen iui i.tuu ucillgr
I he bark Mauna Ala is at Mahu-
kona loading with sugar for San Fran
CISCO.
The iron brk Annie Jonson, Rock
master, arrived in Hilo Thursday, May
11, fifteen days from San l'rancisco,
with 350 tons of freight and 10 head of
stock. No passengers, except our old
genial friend Luebe.
A. B. L.
Trusts and Combinations
Arc unpopular, liut there is one form of trust
acainst whicli no one has anylhmc to sav,
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1 uai is i.tt; hum .vi.iti. ...e liuu.ic reposes in
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, and
uu ..ui .iu.l;l-, .iui.. r u.'l'e au... t.y ui.
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druggists
X52
We h.ive jusl received a large and line as
sortment uf
All Wool Challis
NEW DESIGNS.
Crinkled Seoi-fuiekei
plaids, stripes and figures.
English G-inghnms in plaids,
stripes ami checks.
jjiiiisoolc in white and colored
designs and figures,
Im-wiis in figures, plaids and stripes
"English Corded Goods,
coi,)rt,l, and a Kine Line of Millinery with
a the i,au-st Notions,
-ttt- i nrnTJ TJATTCJTilQJ
YV Jtx 1 JjlbllU U kJ ill IJ
10 Fort Street.
37 iw
NEW
BY AUTHORITY. L
GOVERNMENT POUND NOTICE
M, W U W.....1 I... tl.la .1... I.-,., mitminl.
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a""111. -a. UJIU. v,ceJ- h-uianu, resignoi.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May 16, 1S93. .14 31
GOVERNMENT POUND NOTICE.
Mr. Peter Joseph lus lid day heen appoint
Poimdmaster of the Government Pound at
Kula, District of Makawan, Maui, wee Mr,
Naaieono, resignmi
J. A. KING,
Minister of t lie Interior.
Interior Office, May id, iSg. 44 3'
GOVERNMENT POUND NOTICE.
In accordance with Section I of Chapter
XXXV of the Session Laws of A. D 1SS8,
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ma a,a,a 1 1 -".."
"leln,lM,mw,nG"'!',ras
J- A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May iG, 1893
Mr. K. W. Naolicnui lias tins .lay i.een ap
pa"ti Poumimaster for tne cm-eminent
,,oumI at "''h' Kalalau, D.strict of liana-
lc, Kauai-
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May 16, 1893. 44 31
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOTS, ESPLA
NADE, HONOLULU, OAHU.
On Wednesday, June 14, 1893, at 12 o'clock
nocn. at the fiont entrance of Aliiolani Hnle.
will be sold at public auction, lots Nos. 70 and
71, Esplanade, Honolulu, O.ihu, containing
an area of 10,000 square feet, a little more or
les-,.
Upset price $2,000 for each lot.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May iG, 1893, 43 3t
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
A channel 200 feet wide and 30 feet deep at I
I mean low water, lias been cut through the bar
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TU. i;n Af tl,H 11rt.lrr r ! .1., r.Unl ll.n
L Li(,lu (Breen) ,,ear, K 25o'20. ,,.
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loucnes ine wesi moc oi mis cnannei ai uie
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The !,a,bo, ha. Wndrc.Ige.Moa depth of
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J. A. KING,
Minister nf the Interior.
nepartment of the Interior,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
May 81I1, 1893.
36 k
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CP THE FIRST
CIRCUIT. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. IN
PROBATE.
In the matter of the Kslale of UUDOLI'
ASCI 1 1 1 Kl M , of San Francisco, Stale of Cali
fornia, deceased, intestate.
On reading and filing the petition of C,
HOLTK of Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands alleg
ing that said Kmlolf Asclilitini, died intestate
at San Fiancisco on the 7th day of March,
1 iom. leavnie nroi.eriv
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amis necessary to be administered upon, and
Dravinir 1n.11 sellers o iiiminisirauon issue 10
. , , ., . Ttji;snAV. ih,. r.i .inv
'
of May, 1S93. at 10 o'clock A. M., he and
I , r .
I hrrrhv im nniimnteil for hcnrlrnr snul tiptilinn.
'
inth fniirt Ivnnm nflhU PniHl. nt AUni
- -
H. "no,ulu, at which time and p.ace all
i'""'" '" -i'i-- " "use
;r;,,,avc,wl,ysai,,i,c' ns""uMm'1
ners0ns concerned mv ai.oeir and show cause
be granted,
Dated Honolulu, April 20th, 1X93.
Ily the Court: HENKY SMITH,
36 61 Clerk.
IRRIGATION NOTICE.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those pay-
inR Water Rates, are hereby nolified that the
hours for using water for irrigation puipoes,
are I rum u to b o clock A.M., ami 4 to o
o'clock r.M., until further notice.
ANDKKW IIKOWN,
Sunt. Honolulu Water Works,
Approved :
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., April 1st,
6-tf
&9i-
NOTICE.
The new sur-charged stamps of the 1'rovis-
I. , . ... ..u ,i... n. ,
.una. UUl K 111. .till H. .'It (....v ... ....
Office, on or about Mav 20. 1801. afler which
date the present issue, and sale of same, will
cease, and none of the old issue will be there-
unci MMii nil I'l'ai jnit'ict.
JOS. M. OAT,
20 If I'ostmasier-Oenrral
W. AHANA.
MERCHANT TAILOlt,
No. 50 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Kine suils from $14 up. Linen and Ciepe
in ALL SUITS GUARANTEED TO
FIT AND IN THE LATEST
STYLE.
Clothes Clkanku and Repaiui-.d.
44 2'f
AHNEXATION CLUB.
ITU IE HEADOUARTERS OF THE Ex-
i. ecutive Committee of the Annexation
Club, coiner Fort and Hotel streets, will be
open from 8 A.M. to 5130 r.M. and from 7
I'.M. until 9 r.M.
All those wishing to sign the membership
roll may do so during those nouns.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
Egan & Gunn
100 FORT STREET,
(Brewer lllock.)
Helow we make mention of
some of our special bargains:
Ladies' and Children's FAST
HLACK HOSE, at 2fl cts.
a pair.
Ladies' and Children's FAST
III. Af.k' 1-mSK. at 3 nsiirs
r a-, c -i t
lUi p I JJ - J J-uiti 1 v tii in.
Ladies' RIBBED UNDER-
VESTS at 15 cts. each.
Large variety of new TEN IS
I L A N N I.'. LS.
Qualities in "P. D." COR- ducing preparation is Absolute
SETS, from $1.25 to $3.50 ly Tasteless, in so far as Cod
a
All tile LA 1 lib 1 t)l 1 L.I5.D 111
illinery Goods
received by every Steamer.
In KID GLOVES we call spe
cial attention to our DENT,
ALCROET, D R I VI N G
and STREET GLOVES,
at $1.75 a pair, in Kid and
Suede.
.... t, , . ,
1 " um
partment. we can give you
the BEST UNLAUND-
ERED SHIRT in Town
for $1.00.
Fine Fitting, Finely Made
CRAPE SHTRTS includ
ing Neck-tic. for $1.25.
SILK SHIRTS in larm, Va
riety.
SILK PAJAMAS,
CHEVIOT PAJAMAS,
CO T TON
CRAPE PAJA
MAS
FLANNEL PAJAMAS,
at bedrock prices.
Special Value in LACE CUR
TAINS.
1,1 our IIousc I,i,niishi"g De-
partment, we nave a com
plete slock of
SHEETINGS,
LINEN DAMASKS,
Etc!, Etc.
Our stock of LACES and EM-
0KUIU liKlUb, is very
complete and prices low.
The following lines we call
special attention too, as they
HUISt De
sold.
.
ftt's ;uul Hoys S I I O ES
Men's, Boys' and Children's
Felt and Straw HATS.
Men's and
Boys'
CLOTH-
ING.
TRUNKS. BAGS and VA
These last lines we are clos
ing out, not intending to carry
them any longer.
These Goods, you can Buy
at your own price.
EGAN & GUNN.
100 Foil Street, llrewer lllock.
18
(General bUfrtiscmcnla.
Aim at the Drake
And j mi nie liomid to lilt some of the
ilncU. This is precisely Ilie same Willi
Wampole's
Tasteless
Preparation
OF
Cod Liver Oil.
It aims to cure Consumption,
Hits the Mark. too. and it
mo.st effectually breaks up Colds,
Couchs, Hoarseness and all
Throat and Lung troubles that
cause this disease.
It is natural logic to conclude
that if Wampolk's Preparation
ok Cod Livuu Oil has power
tr nrevmit CYiiisiimntiriii. it snrr;-
Iy is aWe to cury these 1(;sser
emergencies.
This viiror-makintr. fat nro-
Liver Oil is concerned. Al
vnn nnt ire is :i delio-lif fill flnvnr
of Wild Cherry and Anise.
But the purest Norwegian
Cod Liver Oil is there all the
same. It is a great blood en-
richer. Best of all it is a natu
ral food that in its stomachic
rr ....
enects, acmaiiy assists its own
assimilation.
In Pulmonary or Bronchial
troubles it is unequalled. No
one doubts the value of Cod
Liver Oil, but not every one is
able to take it.
WAMPOLE'S PREPARATION
removes the nauseous objection
and actually makes Cod Liver
nil nnh.tnU,
,
KEPT IN STOCK AND SOLD HV
HOLLISTER & Co.
Druggists.
10) b'ORT SlIlCET, II0N01.ui.11.
Hard Times Menu Close Prices
To House Keepers.
If you nr." in nce.1 nf any Neiv or Second
hand I'UUMTUUr.. HUGS, STOVES,
SliWINt) MACIIIM.S, Kie., call at the
T
Xj
Furniture & Commission House,
Coiner Nuuanu and King streets.
IS If
. T . A .
selling out
MUS. TIIOS. LACK is Selling Out her
laige slock of first-class
SPORTING AND FANCY GOODS,
Sewing Machines, etc.
Ten per cent, oil on all miichases of
I'ive Dollars or over; five per cenl. ofT for all
under.
STOUK TO UK LET JUNUim .
MILLINERY
Just Received per "Australia," a
Kull Line of
New Millinery Goods
Ladies' and Children's
HATS, KIlIliONS AND FLOWERS.
LEGHORN'S AND SAILORS
foi both Ladies and Children.
A laige assortment of
kink VELVETS, GAUZES, TIPS,
and all the Latest Nos cities at
MRS. GOOD'S,
Fort Street,
- 9 Im
- SWING MACHINES
Call in and examine the
NEW BUTTONHOLE MACHINE
And our new stock of
Fine Singer Sewing Machines.
11. IIKROERSEN, General Agent.
Ilelhel Street, Honolulu, Damon lllock.
.Rupturing Done.
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