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MAY 30, 18'J3,
The Star has obtained a type-written
copy of the report of expert J. A. Low
to the Finance Committee of the Leg
islative Assembly of 1892 upon the
way the public business was carried on
under the monarchy. Mr. Low stated
that upon entering upon the discharge
of his duties he proceeded to examine
and audit each set of books as closely
as circumstances would allow. His
report covered fifty pages and 15,000
words a length which precludes the
idea of quoting it line for line and
permits but the publication of extracts.
These, however, will testify to the gen
eral results of the investigation.
Said Mr. Low.
" I wish to explicitly stale that I
cannot vouch for the correctness of
any one set of books of any depart
ment of the numerous bureaus I have
"I proved the balances of both the
ledger and cash books (of the Finance
Department) with their report and can
say ; there are proper vouchers for the
entries and transfers as made, the said
books are in order and hence the bal
ances shown would be correct for the
past period." Mr. Low, however, did
not count the cash and his "if is par
In the Interior Department Mr. Low-
found "a complete record in detail of
all disbursements by the several bu
reaus under the executive, but no off
sets whatever, such as the receipts from
the Honolulu Water Works, Govern
ment Electric Lights, Honolulu Market
Hilo Water Works, Koloa Water Works,
Honolulu .Wharves and Landings.Gov
eminent Tug and Rentals from t he-
leases of land on the Esplanade for
The expert recommended that all
moneys be paid direct to the Interior
Department so as to reduce the pos
sibilities of fraud some of the bureaus,
as he pointed out, being then without
special check or oversight, though
handling large sums quarterly.
In the Government Electric Light
Department, the expert found the fol
lowintr balances unpaid a state of
things highly indicative of Royal favnr
Hawaiian Hotel Co., for Light.
Pantheon Saloon "
Pantheon Stables " .
Hotel Stables "
Athletic Association "
Love's llakery - "
Libraiy Association "
Under the caption "Road Supervisor,
Honolulu" the expert wrote. "In
looking up the cost of the Waikiki Sea
wall, I find the total cost of this work to
be $16,959.79, and the amount ex
pended as per vouchers to be $16,'
439.13 or an excess of the figures
as reported, of $520.66."
Query Where did that $520.66 go?
In the Postal bureau the expert
found that " the books, as to efficiency,
are in perfect order, but the balances
of the accounts are contrary to the
first principles of bookkeeping and
should be corrected."
Query Were the books "fixed?"
Mr. Low turned next to the Postal
Savings Bank Depaitment, and after
speaking of the "efficient" bookkeep
ing went on to say: " My attention
has been called to supposed acts of
fraud recently perpetrated in this de
partment, and as the rules for secresy
of the Postal Savings liank are such
that the names of depositors or amounts
of deposits and withdrawals shall not
be disclosed by the officers of the
Postal Sivings Hank, I note the cir
cumstances separately." Sj ecific in
stances were then given in the report
as to where a pretended power of
attorney fiuured in a iransaction of
$2,500 and where an account of John
F. Cramer with the bank was " doc
tored and fixed in the books."
In the Bureau of Customs Mr. Low
found the work of comparing its ac
counts with these of the Treasury De
partment more difficult than expected,
owing to the fact that the books of the
several departments were not closed
and balanced under one date. A large
number of outstanding accounts were
unearthfd, including one of G. W. Mac
farlanc & Co., for $18,228.81. "The
syste-n as practiced in the Custom
House is illegal," continued Mr. Low,
and too open, and destroys the prin
ciple nf the plan, 1 e. for every dollar
received a corresponding blank must be
In the stotekrept r's depnitmcut the
system of keeping the books was found
to be "not so arranged as to allow the
executive to have a complete check
upon the monies taken in." Fraud,
he declared, could be readily carried
out by collusion between the- store
keeper and the merchants doing busi
ness with his office.
Going into the Attorney-General's
field of operations, the cx,ieit found a
singular condition of affairs, Wo quote
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SiQt c o ' er-.9.crc n o - n o
o o m o n -
MlbCKI.LANHOUS ACCOUNT DETAl I. tl .
Si t. 4
Stamps $134 oG
Advertising 2,21 50
Medical and Prof, services 201 15
Station')-Hawaii Police Of. 1 050
Horse Hue and Shoeing.. 525 05
Passage and Kreighl 925 34
Hack Hire 760 45
Rent P. O. Hones 27
Aid lo Prosecuting Wiln's. 185 20
$3,100 85 $415 09
The foregoing comparison shows a markc
increase in the supplies of Police; being an
excess of expenditures oer the period '88 -go
ot some a2,70O.
That of incidentals, Police Station, sluiwint!
an excess of ahout So, 000.
Thai of Horse Feed account, an excess of
Sl,2sl. In reference to this item I would
draw your attention lo the table of wages paid
Police, showing that in November, 1S90, the
Mounted Police vvcie none away with.
Out of this total of $1,883.34 the sum of
$107.35, was expended I. r Hay anil drain
used at Waikiki, the luJance being used
town at the Station House.
An inciease in the expense of telephones.
rentals of $1,833 75. being 200 more than
that expended duung SS-90.
this miscellaneous account shows an in
crease of some I20"u of the expendiluies (or
This account is further detailed under the
comparison on previous page.
The assisting counsel acct. shows a decrease
Under the classification of traeling ex
peuses, I notice the following items that look
February 16, 1S91. Paid expenses of
Deputy Atlorney-lJeneral Charles
Creighton in attending the 3d Judi
cial Circuit Court, Kau, Hawaii,
for November term, 1891 $55
l cbruaiy 10,1891. Paid expenses A.
P. Peterson while at Kau attend
inn November term -id Indicia!
Circuit Court S7 ro
Under the classification of horse hire:
February 16, 1891, Paid horse hire for
A. P. Peterson to volcano and
back while at Kau $15 00
Under the head of passage and freight:
Paid A. P. Peterson to and from Kau,
W.O. Hall $15 00
Under the pay of police, my simplest way
of giving the information you desired, was to
tabulate the classification ol pay rolls, hee
comparative table herewith.
The total amount paid to Specials and He
tectives named in pay rolls wlucn 1 nav
checked was, viz :
During Marshal Hopkin's Incum
bency (8mos) 13 n 00
During Marshal Wilson's Incum
bency (I3mns) 7116 80
The Attorney-General Whiting hav.ng said
that I cannot see the pay rolls or individual
vouchers for the monies drawn upon his and
the Marshal's voucher, I can only call your
attention to the amount ol monies so drawn
The total amount of monies drawn for ll
pay of Specials and Detectives not named, for
wmcn tnerc are no pay ron.s otner man ine
Atlorncy-tjcnerars and Maistials voucher
During Marshal Wilson's incumbency was
on account ol
Pay of Police Honolulu $5,240 00
Pay of Police Hawaii 132 00
Pay of Police Kauai 402 50
The voucher drawn upon Ihc pay of jioli
Kauai states that it was for detective scrwcei
the Nelson-Hushing murder.
There aie no vouchers from either th
Sheriff of Kauai or Hawaii for the amounts
drawn under the pay of police lor those Isl
ands as specified atiove.
The monies paid for Specials and Delectiv
named in pay rolls being classified under
secret heading I shall detail the same sepa,
The bills outstanding and unpaid in this
Department under the head ol
COKONKK's INIJUhsr ACCOUNT.
Kill of K. II. Williams March 31, 1892
Hill of Ino. llrodie. October 17. 18SS
Hill of Dr. Trousseau during period of
1890-92, aniouiiliug lo $45, disputed
by Attorney General, he pulling the
value of services at 25
The amount of $7116 So was found
to be credited in the Marshal's office
to special police; and from time to time
large sums wen; paid A, P. Peterson
and A. Rosa for alleged legal services
in one case a retainer of $500 to Rosa,
and in another the amount of $300 to
From the report covering the con
duct of the Marshal's office, we extract
the following :
If A WA WAN Sflttftf TObJ3AY
In comiiatiiii! the receipt of the Oahu
Prison as shown In Attorney General's Kepott,
folio No. C13, of fines and costs with those
entered in the Marshal's books (the same hav
ing been paid into the Marshal's office by the
Oahu Prison Jailer), I found a discrepancy or
shortage credited in the Marshal's Hooks ol
In checking up the detail ol the account
this difference proved to be the amount of one
half fines paid to Opium informers by the
The system being that of deducting the
amounts which he paid out and crediting up
the dilTcrence, consequently there is 110 ac
counts in their Ledger showing the total
amount of monies rccehed from the Oahu
Jail on account of fines and costs, nor is lliere
any account in the Ledger snowing tneaniount
of money paid lo informers from lines and
In checking the individual receipts or
oticliers for this disbursement of $1,72 o?.
I find them in order up to the month of Jan
uary, 1892, when there are no further individ
ual receipts, the portion belonging lo the in
formers being receipted for by the Marshal,
and he having taken no individual receipts,
there is no record o( the dish rsements. His
reason for this change of the sjslcm was that
the Information was of a secrel nature, so
much so that he deemed it necessary that no
possible clue should be had of the identity of
the infi rmtr, and that he considered it only a
matter between himsell and the mlormer.
In comparing the pay rolls on file in Ihe
Aitorncy-ucnerai s omce witii tnc rinc hook
1 found tnc totals compared, but no respect
whatever was paid to individual receipts.
F.verv pav roll. from March, 'qoto February,
'92, showed some slackness of system, either
by no receipts or by olticers or clerks receipt-
IIIU 1UI ,111, V.1 IMIIllO HIILV, OIUIU.II "HI "
thority being on record, i. e., no written orders
presumably verbal orders. In sonic instances
where the money was not receipted for or was
receipted for by others than whom Ihe wages
was credited to I have seen orders requiring
the payment lo brother police officers or
friends or relatives who were sent after the
money, but in ihe majority of cases no orders
can be found and the name stands checked olT
as paid, without receipt, or stands receipted for
by a ditlerenl person and no letter 01 auiuority
for the same can be lound.
In one instance, one of the officers was
credited with $14 20 his rate of wages being
$03 per month and his time showing actual
work performed seven days. A receipt is
given for the $14 20 in ink. The $14 20 is
sttickcn out with a pencil mark ami $03 writ
ten over it in pencil, the difference of $48 So
being added to the footing in ink, but showing
no receipt for the same. In many instances
officers are crulitul with no time for a full
month beinir classed as sick or away by tier
mission, but are credited with full salaries
some of these cases being those which have not
been receipted Tor and lor wlnclioo orders can
The lime book shows the system of piymg
full time to officers wiio are absent from duly
cither by permission or through sickness lias
cost the liovcrntnent uiousanos 01 oonars
Hardly one nay roll during the period is ex
einnt. theie beinu from five to twenty absen
lees which show from seven to thirty day olT
The Marshal has. fr the past thiee or lour
months, issued rules for docking turt of the
pay where officers absent thcuisches from duty
mole than six days, inis nis orougiu aooui
a very noticeable change in the appearance of
the time book.
The keening of the Time Hook lias been
tarelett, in man) instances no time whatever
is entered, but the lull months salary is re
Anotliei liook snowing ami naming vessel
which are searched beloie sailing lor stow
aways, at the icquest of the captains nf each
vessel, shows iiuite a revenue which is turned
ovei to Ihe police officei doing ihe vvoikasa
The detail of the souice of the Martini's
Commissions is seen in the bonks of lhis lie
Marshal's Commissions for peiiod
1888-00 S12S0 57
.Marshal s Commissions lor period
1800-92 2490 25
The books of Oahu ptisou were found in
perfect balance, the receipts and disbinsuntnts
checking with the tables in Ihe leport.
The books and system are well adapted for
ihe work and are kepi in a most efficient man
ner, l'esides Ihe main books there aie several
auxiliary books, all of which bear the same
appearance of efficiency. find Ihe work has
men perjormeit ny tt prisontr wtutc .0. ien
yon of tin Marshal's office hits been drawing
salary Jor same.
It will be observed that the nanii- of
this last ref .riner is Kenyon.
THE NAWAB OF RAMPUR,
He Does Not Understand How the
Queen Cou'd Have Been Evicted.
The Nawab of Rampur who
stopped over for a day with his suite,
is a dapper and gentlemanly young
man, of brown countenance and a red
fez. The functionaries with him also
wore the fez excel t one who had
turban as a dislingu shing mark. They
are all Mohammedans.
People say that the Nawab is 111 a
state of stark amazement over the de
thronement of the Queen. Apparently
he doesn't know that such things are
ever done on this mundane sphere and
he can't account for it. The spectacle
of men walking on their hands could
not strike him as more out of accord
with the eternal fitness of things than
that of a m narchy on its back and
the people holding a wake over the re
mains. In Rampur such a thing could
not be imagined in the wildest dream
that hasheesh could pri duce.
The Nawab wtnt away on the Gaelic
after making a call on the cx-Qucm.
Change in Time.
A change in the time table of the
O. R. & L. Co's takes pU'o- Thursday
The train leaving Honolulu at 5. to in
the afternoon runs through lo th
plantation and leaves the plantation at
6.21 in the morning through to Horn
lulu. The train leaving at 6.15 in the
morning is discontinued.
Colliers for Makaweli.
Makaweli plantation is using about
three hundred tons of coal a week
At this rate it will pay to have colliers
run direct to Makaweli fiom Newcastle
and load sugar thence direct to Sin
Francisco. This plan will prob.ibly be
adopted next season.
A Day Too Soon.
An editorial intended to be us-d in
these columns to day, as a tribute to
the memorial services, inadvertantly
found its way into the Star's columns
yesterday. The mistake was n I very
material, but it is well en ugh to have
Five Hundred More Names.
The Annexation Club received a
large number 1 f membership rolls fn m
Hawaii and Maui yesterday, footii g
lip oyer 500 new signatures,
demands a retraction.
Norrie of the " Holomua" Thinks He
has Been Libelled,
An item in yesterday's paper men
tioned an occurrence said to have taken
place at a well-known saloon which re
sulted unpleasantly for Norrie of the
Iloloiiuiii. The news was picked up
from an eye-witness by the regular re
porter of the Stau and printed in the
ordinary course of business. It has
drawn out the following communica
Honolulu, II. I. May 30th, 1893.
S. McGkew Ksq.,
F.ditor-in Chief "The Spar City."
In the issue of your paper pub
lished on the 201I1 of May, 1803, np
pears an item in teference to my client
Mr. Norrie which is considered by him
to be libellous. I have been instruct
eu to begin proceedings against you
crimib.il and civil if you do nut make
a piopsr retraction and apology in your
next issue. Yours etc.
Pmr.usoN & Cur.KiHTox.
The following raids show the source
of the report to be Priv te Mossman
Honolulu, M. I, My 30, 18113:
I was in the Merchant's Kxchange at
0:30 o clock on Saturday nicht
Nome was Hurt- I am positive. I
know Nome perfi-etiy. The spittoon
was slung at the crowd of royalists and
Nome ncmecl the contents as
seems to hav: struck The mil.
H. J. Mossman.
Honolulu, H. I., May 30, 1893.
The Norrie statement was shown
Mossman last night us printed in the
Star and he said it was perfectly
cornet 1 myself believe the statement
to be perfectly correct.
JOHN CiOOI), Jk,
I was at the military barracks Satur
day night and when Mossman came
home he repeated the same story
to me as the Si ak prints.
(Signed) . Likut. Covnk,
The Si ar is making further inquiries
thin (Ins m.-UU-r as well as into the
s urce ol certain libels ano slanders
directed against its own personnel by
the tlalomun staff. Should it find 1
the Cuiiise ( these that Mr. Noirie has
been in any degree misrepresented it
will roirect the record 1 veil if he should
be found responsible for various false
hoods printed und spoken regarding the
editois nf this journal. On the other
hand, if the accuracy of Mr. Mossman'
charges is puned by fntlher testimony
Mr. Nome may pioceed to bring on his
Honolulu, jlay 30, 1S93.
Ioiin S. MlCiKkw, M. D., Eiiiiok
Sir: Your allent on is called to an
article published in yoin paper of ihe
29th 111st , which sUk thai theie was a
r.iwatthe Merch. nis' Kxchange Saloon
last Saturday i-veutng. I wish to state
Hint the :ti licit is, wholly untrue and ask
yon lo retract the same. I lein.nn
S. I. Shaw,
Iiy his Attorney A P. Peterson.
As Mr. Shaw admitted to a Star
reporter this morning that a man was
struck in his sal on at the time referred
to, it is difficult t see how a retraction
can be made without impugning Mr
Shaws own evidence.
EARNED HIS LIBERTY.
A Prisoner Stops His Fight to Save the
A supp' sed criminal was arrested the
other day by a policeman at .Kelheim,
in Havana, and was quietly walking
along with his captor beside the Dan
ube when suddenly he jumped into the
water. The weather liad been severe
and there were great blocks of floating
ice stretching right across the stream.
Springing from block to block the
prisoner succeeded in gaming the op
posite bank, followed at a distance by
the policeman. Hut the policeman
was less nimble and fell into the swiftly
Here was a very nice question in
dsuistry. Ought the man who was
under arrest to stand by and see a
fellow-creature, even a policeman,
drowned, or ought he to risk his own
life to save him, with the prospect of
putting the fetters once more upon
himself? To the credit of human
nature, the prisoner did not hesitate a
moment. He plunged in and brought
the pol ceuian safi l to diy land. Tnen
it was the turn of the p .liceman to be
geneious. He offered to represent the
matter to the proper authorities with
the icv to obtaining a life saving
medal for his piesirver. The latter,
however, did not see the nutter quiu
in the same light. He claimed his
liberty, and the other one agreed that
he had earned it, and giving him a
couple of mai'-s for himself dismissed
him with a blessing. The fugitive has
not yet been recaptured. London
To Get at the Facts
Regarding Hood's Sarsaparilla, ask the people
who lake this ineiliriue, or lead ihe testimoni
als often published in this paper. They will
ceilainly convince you that Hood's Sarsa
paillla possesxes unequalled merit, and that
HOOUS CUUJ'.S. M7
Hood's Pills cure constipation by restor
ing the peristaltic action of the alimentary
canal. '1 hey are the best family cathartic.
C. R. COLLINS,
Practical Harness Maker
Saddlov mid Onviungo
Kepairs in the above branches, a specially.
tT Charges Moderate.
Personal attention given lo all work,
42 King St., Next to Murray's carriage shop,
- 'ft'i i - i- i iii ii i mi
L U. WAIiKEU CAPTURED.
The Man Looks Fat and Hearty He
Says He Has Been In This
A. R. Walker, foinerly turnkey of
the Honolulu police station, now lies
behind the bars, charged with the lar
ceny of 206 tins of opium.
It was in April that the theft of the
opium took place, but not until May
cth did the police lasten the crime up
on Walker who, upon hearing that the
warrant was out for his arrest, immedi
ately b ok to his heels and, as it were,
vanished into space, i he police de
partment was nonplussed at his disap
pearance, ship after ship was searched
and the houses of all Walker's friends
were ransacked. The man could not
be found and later a prominent detective
told a repot ler that he was positive
Walker had gone away on the bark
At 10 o'clock last night Police Ct-p-
tain Schlemmer received positive infor
mation that Walker had gone on board
the tiaehc in a shore boat a few
minutes before. Marshal Hitchcock was
notified and the machinery of the de
partment set to work. The harbor
police which the Marshal has organized
in the last few days, were promptly
apprised of Walker's movements and
instructed to follow htm up.
Harbor Policemen Hilbus, Patter
son and Irving were detailed on the
case and they sent word to the captain
of the ti.telic that the fugitive was on
boird and would be arrested by
them. It seems that this information
had also reached Walker, and this
morning at eleven o'clock, he at
tempted to escape from his hiding
lace. He slid down over the bow
of the vessel and into a native boat
but the officers were too quick for him
and, getting into their own boat, they
pulled after him. The police boat
soon reached the unfortunate refugee
and, although he made some attempt
to defend himself, they took him into
At 12 o'clock the outlaw was in the
station house, ant upon b.ing seaiched
a revolver, which he had stolen from
the department wi.ile he was turnkey,
was found in his possession.
The Star reporter lnid a talk with
the prisoner an hour after his incarcera
"I have been in the city all the time,"
said Walker, "and have setn the police
scooting around after me, and it was
a good deal of fun to watch them.
don't look like as' if I had suffered
much, do 1 ? I have enjoyed my three
meals a day not over a mile from here,
and I had no intentions of going on
the Rithet whatever, but I would have
got away on the Claelic if I'd had a
chance." Walker looks well and as if
that he has had plenty to eat.
Attorney Creighton soon came in and
advised Walker, who is his client, to
have nothing more to do with the re
The police are now on the tracks of
the man who put Walker on board, and
befoie night he will probably Le in the
jail alongside of the one he attempted
to help escape.
QUEEN VICTORIA'S PETS.
Her Favorites Are Collies With Long
The Queen's most constant com
panions are Spot, a fox terrier; Roy a
black and tan collie and a lovely little
brown Spitz called Marco. Her favor
ite dogs are collies and she p-issesses a
magnificent specimen in Darnley, ex
hibited at the Agricultural Hall show-
Jessie, the Queen's favorite old riding
mare, was found by the Idlers con
tributors placidly standing in a solitary
loose bax warmly wrapped in rugs, her
own natural coat being like very thick,
soft, black plush. With her splendid
coat, silky main and tail, lofty crest and
soft, mild eyes she looks worthy of her
royal mistress. Jessie's pedigree is not
given, but she was bread near Ualmoral
bhc is about 15 lianas 3 inches in
bight, black as a coal, and with peculiar
white markings on forehead and back
She is now 20 or 27 years old, a
until within the last twelve months has
carried her Majesty for manv years,
The Queen is stated to be very fond of
Jessie, who although now from old age
past work is invariably sent to the
castle for inspection when her Majesty
is at Windsor. lie Idler.
SATURDAY, - JUNE 3
At 3:30 p.m.
HAWAIIAN HASKHAIX ASSOCI
AT I ON GROUNDS.
Adults, 25 cents.; Children, 10 cents
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF BILLIARD
Hy virtue of Ihe authority vested in me by
Section 79 of the Civil Code, I do hereby
give notice, that from and after this date, all
llilllard Saloons in Ihe City of Honolulu,
must be closed nt lltlo o'clock l'.M., and
remain closed until 5:30 o'clock A.M. of ihe
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May 30, 1893. 55 31
Holders of Water Privileges, or those pay
ing Water Hates, are hereby notified that Ihe
hours for using water for irrigation purposes,
are from o
lo 8 o'clock A.M., and 4 lo 6
until fuithcr notice.
Supl, Honolulu Water Works.
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., April 1st, 1X9.5.
F. M. WAKEFELD,
lUtorncy it- Counscllor-ni-Lnw
Tkmporary Oki ice:
With C. W. Ahford, M.rchanl St.,
Honolulu, II. I.
The Central Market
Having changed hands, will Re-open on the
Mrkt ol June, witli a select stock 01 ucel,
Mutton, Veal, Sausages, Ktc.
All orders carefully anil piotnptly lilleu.
WESTHKOOK & GAKKS,
lloth Telephones 104. 55
ENKV CONCJDON FOR 11 1 M. SKI. 1-
as well as for the firm of II, Congdon
A: Co., having made an assignment lo me of
all Ins properly, 1 hereby request all persons
having claims against said Henry Congdon or
Henry Loncdon ov. Co., to send their mils at
once, and all persons indebted to s till Henry
Congdon or Henry Congdon & Co., are
hereby requested lo make immediate pay
Honolulu, May 2G, 1893 55 lvv
A 1-RKSn CARGO OK
Departure Bay Coal
In (uai lities, to S lit, at
ALLEN & ROBINSON
52 .0 Queen Street. 3!
Ice Cream Parlors
Having changed hands, are now piepared
Ice Cream of the Best Quality
Sherberts " " "
Ice Cream Soda & Soda Water
And a Choice Assortment of
French & Plain Mixed Candies
Also, Coffee, Chocolate & Tea,
Served lo Older,
52 tf Proprietress.
Recommended specially hy the Commissioner
ol Agriculture lor
Trees Affected by Blight
Kor sale hy
49 tf TIIKO.
H. IMVIKS K CO.
A FEW OF OUR SPECIALTIES.
CoMiM.r.-rrc Assortment or
Stoves and Ranges
set in brick.
AGATE IRON WARE,
and TIN WARE,
'COLUMHUS' WROUGHT STEEI
SINKS, Galvanized and White
CAE. LAWN SPRINKLERS.
Sheet Metal Goods in Tin, Copper or Gal
vaulted Iron on hand or made to order.
h'ull line of Sanitary Goods, Hath Tuhs,
Lavatories, Water Closets, l'ipe and Kittings.
We are equipped for work of all kinds in
the Sheet Metal and l'lundung Trade, and can
guarantee thorough workmanship anil first
class materials in these lines.
We solicit your patronage.
J. Emmeluth & Co.
No. 6 Nuuanu St., and 104 Merchant tt.
Aim at the Drake
And you are bound to hit some of the
ducks. This Is precisely the same with
Cod Liver Oil.
It aims to cure Consumption,
Hits the Mark, too, and it
most cffectuallybreaks upColds,
Coughs, I Ioarscnuss and all
Throat and Lung troubles that
cause this disease.
It is natural logic to conclude
that if Wami'OLk's Preparation
ok Con Liver Oil has -power
to prevent Consumption, it sure
ly is able to cure these lesser
This vigor-making, fat pro
ducing preparation is Absolute
ly Tasteless, in so far as Cod
Liver Oil is concerned. All
you notice is a delightful flavor
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
effects, actually assists its own
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.
removes the nauseous objection
and actually makes Cod Liver
KEPT IN STOC K AND SOLD HY
hollister & Co.
ioq Port Stkklt, Honolulu.
CL0SING OUT ! !
Mrs. Lack has 011 Salt; until
Friday 2Gth. the
Store Fixtures, Shelving,
Counters and Show Cases.
Large Assortment of l'ancy Work Arlicles.
Also a lil-.Ms, ami I LAKliK SAMS.
All at a Bargain.
Hani Times Mean Close Prices
To House Keepers.
If you are in need of any New or Second
hand KCKNITUKE, RUGS, STOVES,
SEWING MACHINES, Etc., call at the
Furniture & Commission House,
Comer Nuuanu and King streets.
Just Received per "Australia," a
Kull Line of
New Millinery Goods
Ladies' and Children's
HATS, RIHHONS AND KLOWERS.
LEGHORNS AND SAILORS
for hoth Ladies anil Children.
A large assortment of
KINK VELVETS, GAUZES, TIPS,
and all the Latest Novelties at
Krom Cultivated Trees, and put through the
proper process of pieparation, vu :
Picked when fully ripe, put through the
water test for unsound hemes, hand-pulped
and dried in ihe shade in quantities to suit.
Every Seed guaranteed lo produce a strong
healihy Tree, with pioper management.
Apply for price and particulars to
53 f I'ohoiki, Puna, Hawai .
Metropolitan Meat Co.
81 KING STREET,
G. J. WALLER, - Manager.
WMil ' V,