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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOfcfift 10, SIX PAG88,
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THURSDAY, OCT. I'd,
THERF.S FUN AHEAD.
Tht Star lonks tat great sport with
that guileless publicist. Mr. T. K.iiulani
Davies, when he unce nuire sets foot
on the toil he one day hopes to govern
thioi'gh "my son, the Prince Cons rt.'
Then has nut been much publn
amusement here since Spreckels ant
Nordhoff Wont away ; but enough will
be supplied when Mr. Davies land
and begins to instruct the American
ColnflV in his House -ol Lords
fashion upon its political ami hut
duties. In the faith that a few Wofdl
from him will bring the erring Yankee
into tiie lirilish fold, Mr. limes is very
childiike and bland. He evidently be
lieves in his own omnipotence and in
the theory that the January revolution
was a trilling unpleasantness between
liiends. Says the confident Mr.
Davies, "the Provisional QovemffleM
will pass away." This will all cone
about as by a simple turn of ihe wrist,
whereupon Davies Will offer his arm to
Kaiulani or Kaiulani's royal aunt, as
Hie case may be, and escorting her
to Spreckel'a new palace will inaugurate
sovereignly of Monarchists and foreign
We therefore await Mr. Davies as we
would a circus with three rings and an
unusual array of gorgoni and chimeras
dire. He bids fair to be the broadest
j ike of the whole merry carnival of
"ALOHA NUI, MILLS."
ll any one has doubted the justice
of the criticisms made of the Mills
appointment, which appeared in these
columns ami in the Associated Press
despatch of Editor Johnstone, he should
have his misgivings cleared up by the
conduct of the Royalists when the
gentleman from England arrived in
town. They flocked to him as ont
man and cheered his sympathetic soul
with their expectant adulation, all of
which the small ex-clerk received with
eager personal enjoyment. Acci riling
to the ex Queen's pap fed organ, Ihe
Holotttua, Ihiegs at the what! went in
"Aloha nuii Mills," was the manner in
which the U. S. Consul-General was greeted
by a large and enthusiastic gathering of Ha
waiians on his landing from the Oceanic
yesterday afternoon. The Consul was kept
busy shaking hands and raising hil hat until
his carriage was reached.
The Kovalist Bulletin follows suit,
telling how Mr. Mills was greeted by a
ripple of "Alohas" and how until "a late
hour in the evening" he was en rapport
with the luminous mind of Mr. S.
Parker, the brevet Premier and hungry
restorationist Hirds of a feather flock
together, so they say, and the spectacle
of little Mills hobnobbing with the
enemies of the Government to which
he comes accredited was instruct, ve to
say the least of it. It ws also un
precedented, However, let little Mills go! Prob
ably he can be kept from becoming
to obnoxious by burning buhsc
THE Provisional ( 'lovernment will be
maintained until annexation to the
United States h s been secured from the
prtsent or a succeeding Atnericarrad-
ministration. This truth has been
uttered before but will bear repeating.
Those who disregard its import by
reason of false ideas of w hat the Pri I-
idenl of the United States is empow
ered to do or permitted to avoid doing,
are deceiving themselves. There will
be no fundamental changes in Hawaii
until the Stars and Stripes are finally
raised none whatever; unless an im
provement in the name of the (iovern-
mtnt fur the sake of clearer nomen
clature may be regarded as a change ol
thai nature. As for monarchy, it is
buried so deep that its political resur
rection, if it ever happens, will be on
the other side of the globe.
Will Give a Dance.
Company A. Captain Zeigll r, will
give a dance at the drill shed on Mon
day night. Admission will be by ticket,
which can be obtained from members
of the ( ompaii)
The Boy I raveller.
Louis Moruingslar got away yester
day with his new suit and pictures and
plenty of leis. His iiextUddress Will
be "Grand Hotel, Yokoh.uia," and lie
expects to see India and Africa btfore
he goes home. 1'ne lad will write
occasionally to the Si k . bout his
COMMENT ON HAWAII.
Extract from Leading; American News
The Washington Post of the 19th
untamed an editorial which will at
fact great attention and Interest in
Hawaii. It would appear lb it Mr
Spreckell is taken at his full woilh in
Washington perhaps more so. VVg
publish the editorial in full :
If we understand the attitude ol
Mr. Clans Spret kels with reference to
the Hawaiian question, it is as follows :
He is opposed to Annexation by the
Coiled States and will under no cir
u instances recede from that position.
He is in favor of a pr tecti rate, how
ever, and if the Cnittd Statts will com
promise on that it c.in count upon his
.Mipt.'Val ami co-operation. lie gee1-
further, even, and declares thai in the
vent of a protectorate he will himself
pun base the site for a coaling station
mil naval depot at the enfram e to tht
harbor of Honolulu and present it ti
'he United States Government,
Such is Mr. Spreckel'a altitude as
defined by himself, and we defy the
world to say that it is not a hands nv.
and a liberal one. Mr. Spreckell II
110 ordinary man. lie is not a mere
ii'ain. tveiv-dav sugar planter. He is
not even a common place capit ihst
Mr. Spreckels is the familiar companion
t 1 ilty, the power behind the throne
ihe author of great national plans and
policies, the guide, philosopher and
friend of saddle colored kings and
reus. The whole native populalb 11
I Hawaii are behind him he says si
himsell ; while as for the deposed
Queen and htr various relatives and
onnections. he is their refuge, their
nainstay, tneir bulwark and their hope
When he speaks of Hawaiian affairs he
peaks w.th auth My. He knows the
peop e from the ex tjueen down to the
lumokst ol her sumects; he owns
nost i f the is and n w, and in coursi
if tune will probably own it all, and
il he is not in a position to expound
their vitws and pK dii thi 11 tailh, I tn 1
should like to know who is.
'Ii will be seen, therefore; that tlx
United States, in order to keep in th
pituwayoi p. riei i gaiety, nas oniy i
onsull Mr. Spreckels and arrang
.lugs to his satislactlon lie is res
lute and immovable 111 his opposition
10 annexation. We need not h
that he can be induced to relax at all
in that dinction. If we attempt I 1
innex Hawaii we must prepare to en-
Counter his displeasure and the hostility
if a proud and warlike people, who, hi
says, are behind him to a man Ull
the other hand, however, he is willing
to recognize a protectorate. In adopt
ing that exped em we shall have his
ippr val, his influence - nay, his bene
liction. He will withdraw all his 1 b
ei lions il we approach him in the
uise of a protel torale, and, as we haw
alread) seen, thai means happiness and
safety f rever and a day.
"What the administration will d
with this very cordial and attractive
off r by Mr. Sprickels we do not pie
tend to prophesy. We are very suri ,
however, that a close and lasting alii
line with him will remove the las.
lingering doubt as to the country's
greatness and prosperity."
THE SPRECKELS PERKINS PROPOSAL
Any plan proposed by Spreckels will
naturally be looked upon with more 01
less suspicion, particularly as the sug.n
king h..s heretofore been one of the
most active and outspoken opponents
of annexation in any form. That In
has now changed front seems to indi
c de that he believes it will be easi' r t.
control legislative than congressional
.ction, In regulating the affairs of the
islands, a large part of which he is cre
dited with owning.
The Spreckell plan will bear looking
into. Tacoma Ledger,
FAIR TO NEITHER BIDE.
Why do we not hear something
definite anent the Hawaiian question t
Minister Blount is back, and has been
for some time, and sti! nothing is mad.
public In the meantime, insurrecti ns
and plottingl against the Provisional
Government are g ing merrily on md
ihe inhabitants are in a condition
bordering on a panic. The sdwinii
tration should at once settle this matlei
either pro or con. The delay is initio. 1
statesmanlike nur fair treatment to tht
residents of the Islands. Fairmouut
( Minn.) News.
WILL (JO TO BTAY.
Yes, and there is another place whtr
the American Hag ought to be hoisted
a place where it Was hoisted and when
it never should have been tnken down
the Islands of Hawaii. Millions ol
American eyes were moist, and millions
of A mem an cheeks blushed h tly when
they read that the llag had been
lowered alter having been raised by an
American , fficial representative of the
Government at Washington. Some
day it will go up again, and stay ii !
li Nordhoff and Mr. Spreckels to the
mi American contrary notwithstanding.
-San Diego Suit.
WILLIS IS Al l. RICH 1
Another Minister to Hawaii has been
appointed. Perluq s Cleveland will
get one who will n l haul down the
American flag, and will fav .r the in
terests 1 f the United States in prefer
ence to those of foreign counlries.
chat's where you're MISTAKEN.
Ii appears fiom all reports th a are
tccessible that the black, fat queen of
ihe Hawaiian Islands is getting lead)
to step up onto her throne ag tin and
set in motion once more the gay rev
elry and immorality that upset her
reign Olympia Tribune.
NOT A VtTSK POSITION.
The news from Hawaii is not en
couraging. The fear that either the
monarchy will be restored or the Islands
be made tributary to some European
powei is revived. The position taken
by our own Government doci not ap
pear to be the wisest, nor d es 11 cum
uorl with generally txpresstd public
opinion thai oi right America should
dominate in Hawaii. Sacramento
Record -V nion.
THE HAWAIIAN EXHIBIT.
Kauai Barking Sands to Be One of Its
Arrangements have been made by
which a quantity of Ihe barking sard
from Kauai will be shipped to San
Francisco and form part of the Hawaiian
exhibit there. It will certainly be a
novelty, and should prove quite an at
traction. It is also proposed to obtain a mini
ber of South Sea Islanders and have
them give exhibitions of war dances
J. I. Williams has applied for a sub-
ncession to m ke an exhibition of
photi graphs anil island scenery, which
would not fall to be both attractive and
I. Hooron will make a call on
al capitalists in a few days in tht
interests of the proposed company.
To night s Concert.
Professor Berger desires the Star tc
correct the statement made in the
morning paper that the Hawaiian band
will play at Thomas square to night
It will play at the Hotel in honor of
the passengers on the Monowai. The
following is the program :
1, Overture- -"Senitramldt Rossini
2. Cornel Solo "Hawaii I'oniii". . . Michiel
Solo by Mr. Charles Krculcr.
!. Wall? -"Tout I'aris" Waldteuffel
4. "Reminiscences of Rossini" Godfrey
;. Fantasia "The Rivals" Telle'
b. Clarinet Solo. ."Autumn Leaves". .. .Carl
Solo by Mr. Wm. Kcogh.
7. Wall "The Dolls" Ilayer
S. March "My Gotcherl Sprowacke
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
The Cabinet was in session for some
time this morning.
The concert al Thomas scjoarc wa
d : clan doff last night on account of
Twenty-seven hundredths of an inch
of rain fell last night down town, but
practically none al Punahou.
Mr. Goldberg has just received
consignment 01 lasnionaoie snoes
which he is selling at reduced rates
Go and see.
K. lehatrtau and Ah Kwai were both
fined $50 and costs this morning for
having opium 1.1 their possession con
trary to law.
Ah long, who was arrested for
smuggling opium yesterday, was
ir 1 ght up. 111 the Police Court th
morning but remanded.
Ihe lime signal has not lieen in
v .iking order I t two days on account
of a breakage in the wire connecting it
with the Survey Department-
There are five Hawaiian born youths
in the entering class of Yale. The
class is the largest in the freshman hist
ory of the college, numbering OaH.
If Mr. Brown who lost his will had
take n a box in the S fe Deposit Co.,
instead of carrying his will about mills
pi 1 ket, the ancumem wouia not nave
E. O. Hall Son have a change of
advertisement in this issue regarding
the tons of goods which they have re
lived on ihe b.uks lsenberg and
Tlie local cricket club has ;')inted
a 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 e t- who U tnd'-avnr in raise
a lunu i.ir ine entertainment oi me
Australia cricket club which is i xiiect-
il here November 2 1 st
Robi.rt Louis Stevenson has ion
sLiiiiil tn give a ublic lecti re un
Saturday afti rw on at 4 o'clock at tht
Y. M. C A Hall. Tickets 50 cents,
lit all In) kstori s.
There wi re twenty-six deaths report
ed to the Board of Health for the two
weeks ending yesterday. Ol these 12
were Mawaiiuns, 6 Chinese, 3 I'ortu
111 sr, 2 American, 1 Japanese and 2
We acknowledge with all proper
humility tht the most inadequate
piece of loreign news repi rting thai
has appeared in the Star for months
should have been crcditt d to the Ad
vertiser. The Sandwich Islands made a con
tribution to our temporary population
l ist evening in the persons of Herbert
Dyer and wife, who are registered at
the Tunpleton as lio n Honolulu.
The Safe Deposit Company has an
announcement in to day's Star of in
teresl to planters, mechanics, clergy
men, lawyers, doctors, sailois, iiki
1 hunts, young ladies, widows, school
teachers, editors, young men and foreign
The Hawaiian bandsmen refused to
go lo Chicago to play at the World's
Fair unless overcoats were guaranteed
them. They are wise in their day and
inn latum. As L Im ago visitors are
usually stripped of both money and
clothes, a large w..rm DVefCt at is a
nu ess iry article ol apparel f r all who
go to the White City.- Newt Later,
II H. Williams and wife of llono
lulu. Hawaiian Islands, were at the
WVst yesterday. Mr. W illiams is Hi
4 ged in the mercantile business at
Honolulu He s.iys that the feeling
f r annexation to tne United States is
still Strong in the Islands, and thinks
s ich will be done or a republic estab
lished. The present Provisional Gov
ernment is uncertain and is hab'e to
be t1 ppled Civet at any time. Minne
The Mon.i ouih I'ark Association
has sued the New York Tribune tf. r
libel in $100,000 damages for calling it
a gambling hell,
HAWAIIAN POSTAGE SERVICE
Designs for a new- isne of one, two, five,
(111 anil tWetUy.ftVS cent postage stamps will
be Ileal VSd at this (ACS on Ol before Novem
ber 1st. llo, at noon.
The ilesigns acceplcil will be paid for al
tht rate Of ten dollar each, ami when more
than one applicant lias the same ilesign,
priority of receipt ami stile of execution will
letcrmine the selection.
JOS. M OAT,
174 1 2t I'ostmaster-Oeneral.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LAND A I
LAEPAOO, PUNA HAWAII.
On WEDNESDAY, November 15. '89.t.
al 12 o'clock noon, al die from entrance ol
the Executive BatMing will I soH at Public
Vuctlon, a portion of the Government land
f Laepaoo, I'una, Hawaii, containing an area
f 4 acres, a little more 01 less.
I ' pad price $80 00.
, A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. 16th, 1893. 173 31
SALE OF A STRIP OF GOVERNMENT
LAND SOUTH SLOPE PUNCHBOWL
HILL, HONOLULU. OAIIU
On WEDNESDAY, November 15, 1893,
al 12 o'clock m on, al the front entrance of
ihe Executive Building will be sold at Public
Auction, a strin of Government land "rear of
lot recently bought by Mrs. A. M. L. Smith
containina an area of I7is -imare feet, a little
more or less.
Upset price $so 00.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. 16th, 1893. 173-31
OF GOVERNMENT LAND
KUA1A, HILO, HAWAII
On WEDNESDAY, November 15, 1893,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance oi
the Executive building will be sold al Public
Auction, a portion of the Government land of
Kuaia, Hilo, Hawaii, containing an area of
40 acres, a little more or less.
Upset price $ibo 00.
ll is conditioned thai the purchaser of the
above land shall pay cost of survey and plol
ting of same, full information in this regari
can l-e obtained upon application to the Lam
Office, Interior Department.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. Oct. 16th, 1893. I73 3t
SALE OF THE GOVERNMENT LAND OF
WAAWAA. PUNA, HAWAII.
On WEDNESDAY, November 15, 1893,
at 1 2 o'clm.-k noon, at the front entrance of
the Executive liultding will be sold hi Public
Auction, the (juvemmcnt lunil of Waawaa
I'una. Hawaii, containing SH area of 100 acre
a little more or less.
Upset price $50 00.
J. A. KINCI,
Minister ol the Interim .
Interior Oftice, Oct. iCth, iSgj. 1 73-31
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT RATE PAYERS
ALL PERSQJVS IN ARREARS FOk
Water Rales are hereby notiBed t hat all
Delinquent YV.itcr Kales remaining unpaid
after the 31st day of October, will he suspend-
I without further notice.
Superintendent Honolulu Water Worl s.
SALE OF TENANCY AT WILL OF THE
CHINESE THEATRE. KINO STREET,
On MONDAY, November 13th, 1S93, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the
Executive liuililine will lie sold at 1 'otitic
Auction ihe Tenancy ai Will of the Chinese
Theatre Building situated on King Street,
Terms! Upset price $80 per month. Ten
ancy front month to month until such lime as
the Minister of the Interior or the tenant
may wish to terminate the same by giving 30
Kent payable monthly in advance.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. nth, 1893. 168 itw
Sealed Tenders will be received at the Office
of the Minister of I Ire Interior until WED
NESDAY, November 1st, 1893,31 12 o'clock
noon, for furnish'ng Yellow Metal, Coppering
Nails, Kelt, and oilier material for new
wharves, Honolulu. Specifications can be
seen at the office of i be Superintendent ol
The Minister of the Interior does not hind
himself to accept the lowest or any bid.
1 A. KINO,
Minister of Ihe Interior.
Interior Office Sept. 13rd, 1893. I S3-1 in
ROBERT LOT IS STEVENSON
Will CilVK AN
Uii' lei the auspices of the
Scottish : Thistle : Club.
V. M.( . A. Hall,
SATURDAY, (M.,liei 21st, al 4 o'clock.
ADMISSION, . . 50 Cents.
l 'Tickets lot ;il, by Thus. Lindsay, Jew eki ,
Hawaiian News Co. and T. G. Thrum.
Club Stables Co.
S. K. GRAHAM Manaokr.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,
Four Siki 11, BRTWBBN Hotel
BOTH TELEPH0NK8 No. 477-
t- Connected with Hack Stand
Corner King and lkthil Sts.
BOTH TELEPHONES. No. 113
Til K. FOLLOWING
ought to have boxes in the
Saft- I topotfl :
Pi AN'i'ERS to keep MtfUftlf (heir COfttftCtt
MiCHANii.s so ihtir valuable papers may 1e
Clergymen to preserve their sermons. m
LAWYftRft M thry know just where the -leeds
in their p itmnon are.
Doctors that their valutblea may he secure
while away at night
Sailors thai their evidences of property
may not lie exposeti to "a wateiy
Mkr h t" have in a afe ami onvt nienl
place their note, insurance policies
anil valuable QOCUntTHIi
YOUNG LAKMII to preserve their love letters
Widows -that they may not be nnxioufl ttboul
the loss Of their securities.
Scmoi Tf.At UH.Rs so that they may not lit
obliged to put in tin ir trunks their
Editors - to keep for future une some uf their
Yorv; Mkn .1- an inducement to iavc 10 me
thing to put into their boxes.
KOREir.N Kf.I'RRSKS i Al IVF.S - to preserve and
securely keep against ran by fires
and burizlars the actions ol their
We have boxes of various litei and price
to accommodate persons of larize and small
means and at reasonable rates.
Come and Sef.
THE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT
40S Fori Street, Honolulu.
Tons & Tons k Tons of
have bei;n pouring into our
Store and Warehouses the past
few weeks Ex. barks "Paul
lsenberg" and "J. C. Pfluger"
from Europe, and the different
steamers anil sailing vessels
from S. F. Our stocks of
heavy goods, such as Black and
Galv d Chain, Galv'd Sheet
Iron, Sheet Zinc, Pig Lead,
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Lump
Chalk, Shot, Par Iron &c has
never been so large and com
plete as it is to-day. Fence
Wire Our stock on 4 5 -6
Black and 4- 5 (i 9 12 Galv'd
is very large, and we claim it is
as nne a lot ol wire as ever
came to the country. However,
we don't ask you to take our
word for it if you don't wish to,
just come in and we will let you
cut a piece off of any coil and
put it in our big vise upstairs
and you can twist it. bend it,
tie knots in it, and test it to
your hearts content, and alter
you have done this and asked
the price of it you will be pretty
sure to buy some.
Galv'd Buckets and Tubs,
Sauce Pans, 'Pea Kettles, Ball
Blueing, Crown Soft Soap, Pine
Clay and Day & Martins Shoe
Blacking we have plenty of
now, and our stock of Galv'd
Flexible Steel and Iron, Wire
Rope is complete from iA to 4
inches. Hubbuck Boiled and
Raw Linseed &nd Castor Oil,
White Lead and Zinc, Red
Lead and Oxide, Colza Oil and
Stockholm 'Par, all came by the
"lsenberg" in fine order and
are offered at low prices. Now
is the time to have your Coffin
trimmed, the hundred sets of
"Coffin Furniture" just received
are going of) like "hot cakes."
The new "Pumping Plant'
works well and you can get all
the water you want, so you
want one of our new Lawn
Sprinklers. It is the best
Sprinkler ever sold here, no
parts to wear out, as it does not
revoke, and is good lor either
light or heavy pressure of water.
Electrical Goods, our stock
is more complete than ever,
and we have five men hard at
work wiring houses for Electric
Lights. We can furnish you
the fixtures, shades and lamps
in any style, and if we wire
your house you can feel sure it
is done according to the latest
Game is said to be plent)
We have the right kind nl
Schultze, Wood, or Black pow
der Cartridges to get big bags
E.O. HALL & SON.
Fort & Kim; Sts.
C. B. COOPER, M.D.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
OKHl K MASONIC TCMMA
CoNMI lloti-l iod Alakia BtfSOtS.
OrPICB HotlBSl 10 to 12 a.m., St04p.ro.,
7tuHi.m. stVNUAVSI DIJO 10 101)0 a.m.
HFTBLCPHONBSl Mutual 154 Ottce Bell QS.
RetktonCCI' Mutual 49a
BENSON SMITH & CO.,
Over 2,000,000 Cakes
SOLID IIST 1892.
Excels any Toilet Soap
BENSON SMITH & CO.,
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED PER S S AUSTRALIA
Full and Complete Assortment of
Woolens, Comprising Worsted Cassi
mere and Tweeds.
Business Suits to Order From $20 up.
Business Pants lo Order From $5 up.
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON,
Corner Fort 6c Hotel Sts.
The Hawaiian News Co.L'd
News and Music Dealers,
25 and 27 MERCHANT STREET, KEEP ON HAND
A Superior Assortment or Goods Blank Books,
Shi'Pt Music Subscriptions Received for any Periodical Published.
Klinkner's Red Rubber Stamp and Yost Type Writer.
Chr. Herskind & J, McMeekin.
PIANO TUNERS A, TEACHERS.
Penhallow House. - Beretania St.
v Mutual Telephone 014. Ba
Lessons given on Piano fu beginneri and
Tuning orders will le promptly attended to.
1 1 E ABOVE REWARD WILL BE
paid to any one giving information lead- '
ing to the arreast and conviction ol the party
or parties guilty ol the murder ol DAM HUM
HOY (a male Chinese) at Iloaeae, Kwa
Oahu, Saturday night the I41I1 inst.
President of the United Chinese Society.
Honolulu, Oct. 1 8th, 1893. 174-
tHIM MIcVl'lMH TO.MfiRPAW
J ' . ' l ' 1 I . . 1 ' I . ' i. V 1 VllliV II
WEDNESDAY, OCT. iti, 1893,
EGkcVUKT 5c O-TJlsrjKr
Will place on their Counters ihe Goods
Damaged ly Water last week. These
Goods must be sold regardless
of what they luing,
ts'Citll early for a choice.
THK ANNUAL MEET! NG OK TI1L
Kilauea Cycjorama Co. will be held at
the office of Lowers .V Cooke on FRIDAY,
October 27th, at 2 p, m.
171-ut T. W, HOBRON, Treasurer.
Pals Plantation will lie held at the office
Castle & Cooke on MONDAY, October
jatb. at 1 1 a. m.
171-ijt T. W. HOBRON, Secretary,
Till-: annual MEETING OF 1 HE
Haiku Sugai Co. will he held al the
ollico of Castle & Cooke on MONDAY,
October oth. ai 10 o'clock A. M.
j, B. ATHEUTON,
171 lit Sccretaiy.
l'X)U N I ) K 1 1KOM.
Having been AppoiuloJ Agent ol the
ftUOVC Cum pan V WO are now ready t tttect
Insurance i the lowttl rtict i premium.
Hi W SCHMIDT & sons.
Memorandum Books, in area variety
Reduced Boat Hire.
FROM DATE THE STEAM LAUNCH
''Star" will take passengers to vessels
in Ihe harbor SUNDAYS si 25 cents for the
runnel nip. Excursions and fishing parties liy
the day at reasonable rales. Launch al Pilots'
boat landing. 1 49-tf
Makiki Building Lot.
An excellent location;
commands superb view;
good streets. A choice
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Ten acres of desirable
building sites. Will sub
divide if purchasers desire.
A (lood investment.
on Waikiki Road ; cool
location ; on line tram cars.
Suitable for resiliences.
Fifty-eight acres in Puna,
Hawaii. Right in the
Coffee regions. Owner
1. VV. IlUDllUl,
Real Estate Agent
Cor. Fort & Merchant Sts.
L. H. DEE,
Between Fort and Bethel Streets