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1IAAVA11AN STAR: TllUKSD'AY, ,)UmZ 1, 189U.-S1X
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JUNK 1, 1893
There are some things that may now
be confidently looked fos by both Royal
lists and Annexationists.
By Royalists, so deep a burial of the
Hawaiian ex-monarchy that the arm of
resurrection will never fathom its dis
By Annexationists, the offer of a
protectorate by the United States to the
Provisional Government, the same to
continue until the time is ready for
We are Hearing the beginning of the
end of Hawaiian troubles.
The best the Bulletin can do in
answer to the expert evidence arrayed
by Mr. Low against the monarchy is to
abuse the witness. Fortunately, in Mr.
Low's case abuse of that sort is a
decoration. He may be sure that his
facts, drawn as they are from the
records of existing bouks, will not be
impeached at the bar of public opinion,
They have been ratified there already,
Recent editorial articles in the
Star, indicative of the fact that the
Provisional Governnunt is strong
enough to hold its own against all
domestic violence, are being widtly
copied in the American papers where
they apparently serve as an antidote
for recent Herald and Tribune cor
Aiter a few more troops are
poisoned and a few more dynamite
bombs are found on Royalist premises,
it may become unnecessary to repeat
that the departure of the one person
in whose interests all plots and intrigues
are laid, would be a most effective
guarantee of future quiet in Hawaiian
Apropos of the financial situation
may be said that a draft of $30,000 in
favor of the English bondholders has
been provided for by the Government
and the money will be sent to London
by the steamer leaving here on the 6tl
In to-day's paper we sum up all the
important and interesting news of the
world accruing since the last receipt of
then the full
bray, then the ear and
flea in the ear! Hey,
Poison and dvnamite ! Of such
are the weapons of a "holy cause."
The political sky
brighter every day.
MOTT SMITH IN DOUBT.
Not Sure that Thurston's Appointment
Washington, May 23. Dr. Mott
Smith, who until recently has been the
recognized tepresentative at washing.
ton of whatever Government there may
be at Hawaii, has returned to the city.
He confirmed the unofficial announce
ment that Lorrin Thurston had been
appointed by the Provisional Govern
ment of Hawaii its representative at
Washineton. At the same time Dr.
Smith is in a quandary. The United
States, in Dr. Smith's opinion, never
officially recognized the J'rovisnma
Government, now ruling Hawaii. It is
true Minister Stevens recognized the
new Government, but from what Com
missioner lilount has made public it is
difficult to understand whether the
present administration recognizes the
Provisional Government or not. There
is a general belief that Blount is now
United States Minister ta Hawaii, but
the appointment has never been offi
cially promulgated. Dr. Smith, there
fore, is at a loss as to his future con
duct. He jiroposes, however, when
Thurston arrives here as the new Min
ister from Hawaii to introduce him to
Secretary Gresham as his successor,
and throw upon Gresham the respon
sibility of deciding whom the United
States will recognize as Minister from
It is said that Russia is dissatisfied
with the impression she made in the
late naval review in comparison with
that of Great Britain, and she will send
over three of her largest ironclads, to
remain in the United States a couple
of months, to give the Americans some,
adequate notion of the Russian navy. I
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
DR. MOTT SMITH'S AMUSING
Special Session World's Fair
Nicaragua's Ambition The Mon
terey May go to Sea.
The. Star prints below, and on its
other ii.ities. a cotnnlele summary of
the important and interesting news re
ceived by the Monowai;
THEIR HRST RECEPTION.
Princess May aud the Duke
l.oM'oN, May 20. Princess May,
daughter of the Duke of leek, yestcr
day informally emerged from her period
of mourning lur the late Duke ol Clar
ence. In honor ol the occasion theie
was a reception and lawn party at White
Lodge in Richmond. It was a re
splendent company, in one of the
loveliest paiks in England. Among
the earliest arrivals were the Prince
and Princess of Wales and their son,
and the Duke of York to whom Prin
cess May is betrothed. I he young
couple thereafter teceived by them
selves, smiling and chatting pleasantly
with their friends,
I'he Princess of Wales seemed to be
completely reconciled to the match
The Prince, too, seemed happy and
enioved a long talk with the Duke of
Teck, who has maintiined a quiet
dignity in his retreat at Richmond
I'ark. All arrangements lor the wed
ding have been delayed at the sugges
lion of the young woman, but the
family yesterday decided that the happy
event must take place this (all prob
ably in September.
Prince George did not appear to
have regained that robustness which he
showed two years ago. He looked thin
and pale, although he was in aeheerlu
mood He will travel this sumniei, his
trip winding up in America He will
go to the Wist Indies, thence U
CanadJ, and a visit to Chicago 1
among the strung probabilities. It i
not et settled whether his father, th
Prince of Wales will accompany him.
While he is away Piincess May wi
be busy with her charities and her wed
ding preparations. It may be opportune
to state that young York has made an
earnest study of oratory, and he prom
ises to become the Depew of the ryal
family. Some after dinner speeches
recently made by hun are said to ha
been very neatly brilliant.
HONOR TO PARRAGUT.
Russia Joins in the New York
Ni.w York, May 21. Admiral
Kaznakoff, commanding the Russia
fleet in North River, together with
several of his officers, gave to the
annual Farragut memorial exercises ti
day an impressiveness and significance
which will lincer in the minds ol th
naval veterans and their friends wh
gathered about the Ameiican hero'
grave at Woodlawn Cemetery. The
Russian commander had known Faira
gut and admiicd him.
Walking to the grave, which was
covered with a mass of lieautilul
flowers, Vice-Admiral Kaznakoff look
ed upon it, then turned to the assem
bly and said in a dec p, earnest voice:
"1 speak for myself and my country
men to assure you of their gratitude
and happiness in joining with you in
this ceremony, and to say that during
the war we watched you and y iur
doings constantly. We weie as proud
of the deeds of the man lying heie as
if he were our own countiyman.
Therefoie we arc on the tomb of your
Four Russian seamen stepped for
ward and placed a handsome floral
tribute on the green mound, then
Admiral Kaznakoff, bending over the
grave and with hand extended, con
tinued: "Sleep on in glory in your
resting place, Admiral Farragut; you
have served your country; you have
shown us how to light and what to do.
You have added many glorious pages
to the annals of your country's history."
After the others had spoktn Ad
miral Kaznakoff again advanced and
presented to Real Admiral I!. S. Os
born a handsome Russian flag. This
was a great surprise to all and a mark
of favor for which Admiral Onliom
warmly returned thanks. This ended
HAULED DOWN THE FLAG. '
Stars and Bars Take the Place of Old
Chati'anooua (Tenn.), May 23.
In Athens, a little town forty miles
from Chattanooga, is the U. S. Grant
University, a ward of the Northern
Methodist Church. On Saturday night
some one gained access to the tower of
the mam college building, and, hauling
down the United States flag, substituted
a canvas bearing stars and b.irs. The
flag was found floating on Sunday
morning, and it was sometime btfoie it
could be removed, as the hatchway had
been securely fastened. As Noithern
money maintains the big institution the
indignation of the faculty can be im
agined. THEY ADMIRE AMERICA.
Nicaragua Would Like to Come Into
Nr.w York, May zo. Richard Cults
Shannon, recently United States Min
ister to Nicaragua, has returned to New
York. He has made his report to
Secretaiy Gresham and ended his offi
cial connection with the Government.
To a conespondent this evming he
said: "As to theie being any proba
bility of danger to the canal company's
property, I do not believe there is any.
All Nicaracuans, irrespective of parly,
expect to see the canal finished. It is
the great work of Central America, and
all the people in those republics are
looking forward to its completion. The
people of Nicaragua are especially
friendly to Aineiicans. 1 have had
NlcaraRiinns come to me uud ask if
there was not some way whereby their
country could be brought under the
government of the United States. In
railroad car, filled with intelligent
Nicaracuans not long ago, a test vote
was taken to find out how many favmed
their country being brought under
domination of the United Stales. Out
of twenty-five passengers there were
only two adveise votes Of course,
this state of feeling may have been due
to their desires for some other govern
ment than that of bacasn.
NO FUN IN THIS TRIP.
Tho Ooast Dofonder Monterey to Bravo
Yai.U.jo, May 24. The United
States coast defense vessel Monterey is
still lying alongside the dock at the
Mare Island Navy Yard awaiting orders
for her to proceed to sea on her last
trial trip in the interests of the builders,
I he Union Iron works people are
anxious for a full settlement with the
Government on the remaining 2? per
cent that is due the contractors.
Whether the Monterey will get to
sea to-morrow morning remains to be
seen. Captain Kempf claims that she
is entirely ready for a trip down the
coast, and also for target practice, but
at the navy yard some of the officials
augh when they talk of the Monterey
The Vallejj civilian who h oks down
Georgia stieet and sees the yellow fun
nei ol the big monitor lowering over
the docks is inclined to make jokes
about her. borne people think and
say that the .Monterey win never get
any futher than the heads, and others
say that a big tug ought to accompany
her if the sea outside is at all tough.
hen the two twelve-inch mammoth
guns, "liig Jietsy and "Alice, are
fired Irom the forward turrets and the
two ten-inch guns from the stern there
will be a gcner.il feeling of anxiety
among those on board. Two live
sheep, il is understood, are to be pi., Led
close to the big guns when they are
fired by electricity, and if the sheep
aie not killed it will be c insult red safe
for the gun crews to stand close b)
when a second lound is fired.
Just what efftct the discharge of the
gieat guns will have upon the Monterey
no one can tell. That the officers of
the Monterey are not p.irticulaily joy
ful over their protective tiip is evident
by their actions '1 hey dtclinc t sjy
much, and seem to look upon the trip
as an experiment that they are com
pelled to take prt in, but have little
" I would just as soon remain on
shore," said one officer to-day, "and ht
somebody else have the glory and
bother of making this trip, which has
been delayed beyond the original time
by nearly two months. The Union
lion Woiks naturally wants the balance
due on its account. Whatever defects
may be found the builders will make up
the best they can. From gerTer.il re
ports, I understand that the Iron Works
people will be a little short on the
amount that they expected."
CLEVELAND'S NEXT SURPRISE.
Said to Realize the Necessity of Call
ing a Special Session.
Chicaco, May 24. The Herald
has the loiiowing special Mom Wash
ington : A midsummer session ol Con-
giess is the neusuipiiss that President
Cleveland contemplates presenting to
the American people. Ever since the
4th of Marrh Ml. Cleveland lias been
making a close and caieful study of
the unsatisfactory financial condition
of the country and each day's develop
ments have strengthened his belief
that a repeal of the Sherm ill Silver
Pin chase act and a general 1 verhauhng
of the existing financial laws are abso
lute and immediate necessities. To
the New York bankets and parly lead
ers with whom the President has talked
during the last few weeks he has fretly
confided his hopes and feais, and to
many of them he h..s made definite the
statement that it will not do to allow
the present unfortunate condition of
things to continue until the tegular ses
sion of Congress or even until tally
Recent failures, many of them oc
curiing after the heroic action of the
President in encroaching upon the
Treasury leserve in older to maintain
gold shipments have served to convince
him that some more radical and far
reaching change is a necessity and one
that can be authorized only by Congress.
ADMIRES THE WHITE CRUISER,
Secretary Herbert May Transfer the
Washington, May 23 Tnere has
been some speculation in naval circles
as to the purpose of Secretaiy Herbeil
in bringing the San Francisco around
from the Pacific and making her the
flagship of the North Atlantic squadron
just at a tune when the policy of the
departineut appears to be to distribute
new vessels among the foreign stations.
The reason is that the Secretary is very
proud of the beautiful white cruise 1
and wishes her to take the position as
flagship of the North Atlantic squad
ron, for which she is admirably fitted
so far as interior accommodations aie
concermd, in older that in this con
spicuous place she might present cvi
dence not only to visiting foreigners
but to the people of the East of the
excellent naval 0 ustrucliun that is
possible on the Pacific Coast.
MAY SUE FOR LIBEL.
Tho New York "Herald'' Denounoes a
Ni;v York, May 23. In an edi
torial this morning under the head "The
Proprietor of the Herald," the paper
threatens to sue Reuter's news agency
for cabling to Europe the story, ob
tained after Mr. Bennett's name was,
removed from the editorial page, that
the paper had been capitalized at
$2,000,000. A retraction is demanded,
and the Herald further say that the
paper is at the height of its prosperity.
MR. STEVENS' LETTER.
It Appears in the New York Commer
New York, May 23. Ex-Minister
John L Stevens sends the Commer
ci.il Advertiser a long letter under date
of May 8 on the Hawainn situation.
He says the revolution was brought on
by Liliuokalani thiough her disregard
of the law and the people's plain rights.
Our snlois helped neither side. He
appeals to the American people not to
desert their kinsmen in the battle for
civilizati .11, and closes as follows :
"1 do not believe the administration
of President Cleveland will neglect
this great American opportunity, care
ful and cautious as it is its duty to be;
but in dt.e tune, and at an early date,
I believe it will t f.ul of its great
duty to the Ainern an people, hail
ing to accept this valuable prize would
surely bring our statesmen to the bar
of history with an indictment of blund
ering criminality fiom which there
could be no escape."
Snow fell in Michigan on May 24th,
Gi.)lotti is the new Italian Premier,
Edwin Booih has been moved to the
Mexico is off. ring inducements for
There has been a shock of earth
quake in SouUicin California.
1 wo Anuncan men-of-war are in
Russia is developing a plan to
There was a fierce gale in Minnesota
on the 22nd.
A rumor is current in St. Petersburg
that the Czar is ill of cancer.
The Infanta Kulalie has made a pit
grimage to Mount Vernon.
Rear-Admiral Walker will probably
command at Mare Island.
The liriggs c.ise is again agitating
Presbyterian Church circles.
Ten men lost their lives in a forest
fire near Lake City, Michigan.
There is great rejoicing in Nicaragua
over the triumph of the revoluntionists
Champion James Corbett has arrived
in ban rrauciscc with a theatrical com
Nearly a million paid admissions to
the Worlds Pair luve so far been
Athens and other Grecian cities
have been severely shaken by earth
Lord Salisbury has urged Ulster
Conservatives to remain loyal to the
H. J. Ciocker has been elected Pies
ideut of the Olympic Club at San
Boston churchmen have ippealed to
Cleveland to keep the open on bun
The Canadun Pacific has cut freight
rates and war with American lines
Burglars were surprised on May 21st
in an attempt to enter P. D. Armours
President Sacasa has proclaimed
: 1 1 . xt 1 1
""011.11 'w Nicaragua unu ussumeu
the office ol Dictator.
Fears are expressed in France that
General Dodds of Dahomey fame will
develop into another Boulanger,
Young Mrs. Blaine, the divorced
wife of James G. Blau.e, Jr., is to marry
her physician, Ur. Bull.
1 he united states tiovernment an
nounces that it will pay all proper bills
presented for the Infanta and the Duke
Theodoie Thomas will remain at th
head of the World's Fair Bureau of
Mosic, but has been shorn of his power
.is a dictator.
It is stated that the United States
ministry at R me and the Italian min
istry at Washington will be raised to
the rank of Ambassadorships
Premier Dupny s..ys the growth of
republican sentiment in France has
been accellerated by the counsel given
I-rench Catholics by the Pope.
The Prince ol Wales has expressed
his regret to Mr. Gladstone that he
should have been subjected to an un
manner!) demonstration at the Imper
Rev. Dr Tahnage announced on
recent Sunday that unless the floating
debts on the labemacle were hqui
dated he should withdraw from th
pastorate. On May 2tst the debts were
declared paid and Mr. Ialmagescon
tmuance in the pulpit assured.
Mr. Dimond Will Help.
Editor Siar: For many years
have lived under a moiurchial govern
ment, with all the waste and corruption
connected with it.
A better day has dawned upon the
Islands and the present Government
has the power and the will to correct
past abuses aud to establish one which
shall command the respect of the
world. Like a poor, lonely child wi
have sti etched out a hand to the people
of the United States for help and
believe they wiM respond to the call
Though the present may for a short
while he a lime of financial emtiarrass
ment, I am confident in the patriotism
of our citizens and am certain that
those who have means will extend
helping hand in the present emergency
I, for one, will do the little I can to
help. May the star-spangled banner
soon wave o'er this land of the free
and home of the brave.
May sSih. Henry Dimond,
During the week ending the 29th
the number of deaths were nine, six
Hawaiians and three Chinese.
The Stamp Act PassedWhere Sewall
At the regular meeting of the Ex
ecutive and Advisory Councils this
fternoon there were present all the
Ministers and Councihnen except Suhr
A petition was presented signed by
numerous stockraisers of the Islands
asking that an amendment of the brand
aw been anacted. I his was referred
to the Judiciary Committee.
I he stamp act, regulating the stamp
ing of stock certificates, introduced in
the last meeting, was read the second
time and passed.
President Dole announced that the
executive Council had received no
official news by to-day's mail from the
Coast. He read an article from the
Boston TranscriM, which reported
Commissioner Blount as advising no
change in the present Government of
Hawaii, but leaving the uutstion of
Annexation with the President and
Mr. Brown reported a rumor which
he had got from a man who claimed to
have it from Harold M. bewail that Pres
dent Dole had positively said the
United States had tefused to entertain
any proposals looking towards annexa
President Dole said that Mr. Sewall
and he had had a conversation before
the latter's departure for the States to
day, and that he seems to have mis
understood nun (the President) com
pletely. rresidcnt Dole added that, while he
had no distinct information from any
of our representatives, he thought the
most likely thing would be a protector
ate if not annexation. He had not told
Sewall or anyone else that he had posi
tive advices to that effect.
Tenney moved at 2:30 that the
Council go into Special session, which
Of Course You Read
The testimonials frequently published in this
paper relating to lloou s narsaparilla. ihey
are from reliable people, state simple facts,
and show beyond a doubt that HOOD'S
CURES. Why don t you try this medicine?
lie sure to get Hood s. 149
Constipation, and all troubles with the di
gestive organs and the liver, are cured by
Hood s Puis. Unequalled as a dinner pill.
Native ians and island curios in
great variety at THE ELITE ICECREAM
SATURDAY, - JUNE 3,
At 3:30 p.m.
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Adults, 25 oents.; Ohildren, 10 cents
Lime and Cement.
For Sam; at
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Queen Street Stores.
Old Kona Coffee
For Sam; at
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Queen Street Stores.
J. E. GOMES.
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Fine suits from $14 up. Linen and Crepe
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Clothes Cleaned and Repaired.
Notice Is herehy given, that In accordance
with the joint action of the Executive and
Advisory Councils of the Provisional Govern
ment of the Hawaiian Islands, the President
has this day appointed and commissioned
SAMUEL MILLS DAMON, Es.j.,
lo administer the Department of Finance of
the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian
Islands, in the place of Theodore Cunningham
Porter, Esq., resigned.
GEO. C. POTTEK,
Government House, Honolulu, H. I..
May 29th, 1893. 56 3t
SCHOOLHOUSH AND TEACHER'S COT
TAGE FOR KILAUEA, KAUAI.
Tenders will he received at the Office of the
Hoard of Education, until Wednesday, the
21st of June next, at 12 o'clock noon, for the
construction, including material, painting,
freight, etc., of a Schoolhouse 26x48x12 feet
clear, and a Collage 36x12x12 feet, with ver
anda and veranda rooms, at the place above
Cartage of the material from the Kilauea
landing to the school site, will he free to the
Plans and specifications for the work, can
be seen at the Office of the Hoard of Educa
tion, and it Mr. G. R. E wart's, Kilauea,
These buildings, will be similar to those
recently erected by the Hoard of Education at
The Hoard does not bind itself to accept the
lowest, or any tender.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Office of the Hoard of Education.
May 31st, 1893. 56 3t
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF BILLIARD
By virtue of the authority vested in me by
Section 79 of the Civil Code, I do hereby
give notice, that from and after this date, all
llilliard Saloons in the City of Honolulu,
must be closed at 11:30 o'clock P.M., and
remain closed until 5:30 o'clock a.m. of the
J. A. KIKti,
Minister of the Interior,
Interior Office, May 30, 1893. 55 31
Holders of Water Privileges, or those pay
ing Water Rates, are hereby notified that the
hours for using water for irrigation purposes,
arc from 6 to 8 o'clock A.M., and 4 to
o'clock l-.M., until further notice.
Sunt. Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., April 1st, 1893.
TN AID of the FURNISHING FUND
I for the New Masonic Temple, the wives
of the Free Masons of Honolulu, will give a
series ol Lunches and bold a sale of Fancy
Articles, at the Arlington Dining Room on
Hotel street, beginning Monday, June 5U1,
lasting until Friday, June 9th, inclusive, be
tween the hours of 11:30 A.M. and 2 o'clock
l-.M. Admission fee to Lunch, 50 cts. All
are cordially invited.
Hy order of
57ld THE COMMITTEE.
The Palace Ice Cream Parlors,
Hotf.l Street, Honolulu.
Ice Cream, Sherberts,
Ice Cream Soda
A Choice Assortment of
French & Plain Mixed Candies
Coffee, Tea or Chocolate with Sandwiches,
served at all hours.
56 ly I'roprietress.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS THIS
day disposed of his Express Uusiness
to Mr. 1). McCokkision. Thanking the
public lor their UDeral patronage, 1 woul
solicit a continuance of the same lo Mr. I),
M. N. SANDERS
TJAVING PURCHAhED SANDERS'
1 1 Express Uusiness, 1 am now prepa
to attend to all Cartage at reasonable rates,
Mr. Cooper will continue in my employ,
Uusiness carried on in same name Sanders'
Express. Office as formerly, King Street.
Honolulu, May 30, 1893. 56 Jw
THE GOODS remaining in Mrs. Lack's
Store will he sold at Auction in the
salesroom of J. 1-. Morgan,
Store Fixtures, Fire-proof Safe
Ammunition, Guns and Fancy
The Store now occupied by Mrs. Lack
will be opened on or about the igth of June
by Mrs. Nicoll, as a lirst class Home Dakery,
F. M. WAKEFIELD,
Attorney Si Counsollor-at-Law
With C. W. Ashford, Mt reliant St.,
55 Honolulu, H. I. ly
The Central Market
Having changed hands, will Re-open on the
1-list ol June, with a select stock ol Heel,
Mutton, Veal, Sausages, Lie.
All orders carefully and promptly filled.
WESTBROOK & GARES,
Both Telephones 104. 55
Aim at the Drake
And you nre bound to hit sonic of the
ducks. This Is precisely the same with
Cod Liver Oil.
It aims to cure Consumption,
Hits the Mark, too, and it
most effectually breaks up Colds,
Coughs, Hoarseness and all
Throat and Lung troubles that
cause this disease.
It is natural logic to conclude
that if Wampole's Preparation
of Cod Liver Oil has power
to prevent Consumption, it sure-
is able to cure these lesser
This vigor-makinnf, fat pro
ducing preparation is Absolute
ly 1 asteless, 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 ol 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 stock and SOLD liV
HOLLISTER & Co.
109 Fort Street, Honolulu.
HENRY CONGDON FOR HIMSELF
as well as for the firm of H. Congdon
iS Co., having made an assignment to me of
all his property, I hereby request all persons
having cla ms againsl said Henry Congdon or
Henry Congdon & Co., to send their Bills at
once, and all persons indebted to sdd Henry
Congdon or Henry Congdon & Co., are
hereby requested to make immediate pay
Honolulu, May 2G, 1S93 55 iw
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set in brick.
AGATE IRON WARE,
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Sheet Metal Goods in Tin, Copper or Gal
vanized Iron on hand or made to order.
Full line of Sanitary Goods, liath Tubs,
Lavatories, Water Closets, Pipe and Fittings.
We are equipped fur work of all kinds in
the Sheet Metal and Plumbing Trade, and can
guarantee thorouph workman-hip and first
class materials in these lines,
We solicit your patronage.
J. Emmehith & Co.
No. 6 Nuuanu St., and 104 Merchant st.
Hard Times Mean Close Prices
To House Keepers.
If you are in need of any New or Second,
hand FURNITURE. RUGS, STOVES,
SEWING MACHINES, Etc., call at the
Furniture & Commission House,
Corner Nuuanu and King streets.
Practical Machinist, Gun
lietehel Street, Damon Block, corner Stroe.