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the benefit of all.
time for the tram car, but irerc a
couple of minutes Into. "While they
n in o (taunting whether they should
foot it or wait for the next car, a
IS MARRIAQE A FAILURE?
Following is tho text of Mr. J. W.
of tho woman in spite of all these,
in a greater or lesser degree, he
marries her, and ns most men do,
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovoy.
meeting of the Debating Club, on
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SATURDAY, liiAROIl 23, 1889
All newspapers and professional
public v, riters indulge' more or less,
in theories, more or less impractica
ble. I am told that tho pet theory
of the "Klele" K to eleof to olllco
all public servants, principal and
subordinate. This is'bclicved, hon
estly believed, to be the sure and
only cure f6r nil our political ills.
ThC admirers of beautiful but im
practicable theoiics must evei ven
erate the name of the "Elele,"
whose earnest endeavors to secure
for tills country a system of elective
olllcinls will always command our
respect, if we Unci it impossible to
agiee with its conclusions. I, for
one, do not agree with its conclu
sions. The theory is, 1 think, emi
nently impracticable in this country,
and would result in an inofllcient
public erviuc. The Abbe Duva
gicr pinuoseil to secure for every
male tidult in France S'2,r00 a year.
His financial achetuu was perfect in
theoiy. Statistics and figures clear
ly showed that the theory was thor
oughly within the hounds of possi
bility. Hut troiiieliow, when it came
to piactieal possesion no man's ac
count in I he hank suffered from in
crease. I am afraid the elective
cure-all theory would pan out no
better in actual piactice.
poBed to be a public hack. Seeing
that tho only occupant was the
driver, they hastily decided that
they would try to stop him and bar
gain with him to take them to town.
One of tho two ran after the car
riage, at the same time shouting to
the driver to stop. The gentleman
reined in hi" hoise, aud asked,
"Who are you. and what do you
want?" Tha sinner replied, "I am
a waste howling wilderness, and
want you to take my friend and my
self to Honolulu." By this time the
two had got near enough to the car
riage to recognise in the driver a
clergyman whose ministrations tiicy
had both attended. They at once
began to apologise for their mistake,
when the clergyman cut them short,
saying, "Drop that and get up here,
you two 'roosters,' aud 1 will take
you to town, free of charge." They
obeyed the mandate, and tho parson
kept his word. He not only drove
them to town, ficeof tliaigc, but
on the way spinned them some "dif
fers" that elevated him in their esti
mation many per cent., as a man and
The llilo "Uecoid" has the bold
ness to say that the Government
should do a gieat deal for that dis
trict. Well, why not? If llilo does
not stand up for her own interests,
nobody else will, llilo, as well as
all other country districts, lias trust
ed too ranch to Honolulu in years
gone by, and lias got left. As long
as confidence continues to lie placed
on the same resource, it will prove
to be confidence misplaced. What
does Honolulu care for llilo or any
other place outside of itself? Not
two pins beyond getting' their cus
tom. Honolulu has grabbed and
will grab all the public funds it can
for itself. llilo is right in contend
ing eneigetically for its full share,
and every otliei district should do
the same. Let them all send men
to the Legislature honestly and
truly devoted to the interests of
their respective constituencies, and
swoin to oppose all attempts to frit
ter away the session in encumbering
tiie statute books with a lot of
loosely diawn, half-considered, un
necessary, impracticable laws.
J. E. .Brown bus leeoitly had two
or three iut,nuun patented in the
United States. He, or bomeoue
whom lie represents, must be an in
ventive genius. Now, it occurs to
me mat 11 j. i. iiiown coma ihiiko
an invention to gag lawyers, and
prevent them uselessly and prolit
lessly wasting the time of our
Couits, he would meiit a handsome
annual pension from the public
funds of the nation for thp balance
of his life. Our lawyers some of
them do haggle and bicker over
trifles in a way that reminds one of
school boys. The judges must be
men of remarkable patience to en
dure it. A large portion of each
term of the Supreme Court is swal
lowed up in this nonsensical way.
Really, if J. E. can invent borne
method of cure, he will live forever
in the heart of a grateful nation.
I went to the races on John Cum
mins' birthday, in hopes of finding
plunder, and 1 came back again,
when the sport was all over. Hav
ing an insulliciency of cash to pay
express hire, and knowing that no
expressman would be simple enough
to give me "trust," I took a ten
cent ride on a tram car. At lirst 1
had a comfortable seat, and might
have retained it, but voluntaiily va
cated it for a lady who to her cie
dit be it said unwillingly occupied
the seat to which she knew I had the
prior right. 1 retired to a standing
position on the foot-board. Others
did the same, as lady passengers
got into the car, until all the seats
were occupied by the feminine sex,
mostly native bom brunettes. .Most of
these appreciated the consideration
shown them, and expressed grati
tude therefor, at the same time le
luutautly consenting to displace the
masculines who cheerfully vacated
their places of their own necoid.
But one dignified elderly foreign lady
was very much dissatisfied, and seem
ed to think that the men had no right
even to the foot-boaid. Said she to
her companion, "How disagieeable
for a lady! These rough men on the
car are horrible. If it were not so
late, ically I would go the oflice and
complain?" Complain of what?
thought 1. A horrible rough man
cheerfully gave up his seat for you,
and all these horrible rough men are
quiet, orderly, and in no way inter
seii'ig with you. I couldn't help
reflecting that the tinasiuuiing na
tives in that car lead an infinitely
better claim to be consideied "la
dies" than the pretentious foreigner
who turned up her pioboscis in dis
dain at those who voluntarily made
way for her accommodation.
It requires more than an ordiinuy
amount of nerve to come forward
and asseit and endeavor to proo
that the greatest fundamental prin
cipal which rules and governs the
world socially, religiously and mor
ally, is a failure ; yet I shall attempt
it this evening, not witli the feelings
of an Iconoclast, but as an humble
seeker after truth, and with an
earnest desire to be convinced that
1 am in error.
1 would lirst ask. "What is this
From time immemorial, we And
men and women uniting themselves
for the procreation and propagation
of the species. This was, and is,
actual marriage. The various pas
sions, love, lust, hate, indifference,
jealousy, love of change, disillusion
nieiit, springing naturally fioin the
heart, caused and are causing now
the millions of changes, the great
kaleidoscope of life, called mar
riage. Hence it became necessary for
the world's good to enact laws, and
it was then that the marriage or
union of two persons became a re
ligious ceremony called a sacrament,
a divine institution, a holy compact,
an indissoluble bond, God's holy
ordinance, while it was actually a
civil human compact made by man
for man, in the general interests of
morality, the rights of primogeni
ture and the advance of civilisation.
That the theory of marriage is
beautiful is an incontrovertible fact.
Let me say right here to-night, that
I regard marriage as the grandest
of alliustilutiousamongmen! With
out the (beside there is no human
advancement ; without family rela
tions theie is no lilc wortli livhi".
Let me say right here, and I've
thought a tliundeiing lot about it,
the grandest ambition that any man
can possibly have is to live and im
prove himself in licait and brain, as
to be woi thy of the love of a good
woman. And the man who has
honestly won, and can keep the
love of one good woman in this
world, 1 don't care if he dies in a
ditch a beggar, I say his life lias
been a success.
And further T say that the man
who can pioudly look around in the
hallowed pieciucts of his own home,
and see his stalwart sons and beauti
ful dauglileis gaiheied around him,
in health, love and comfort, need
not wish to i iiaugu his old arm
chair lor a king's i hi one.
And J say, that the purifying and
ennobling influence of a true woman,
who loves and lespccts her husband,
is the most powerful incentive to
clcMile him in the social and moral
scale, and her gentle sympathy and
neei-ceasing tenderness and self
sacrifice, aie ever influencing him to
better, puter and gentler thoughts
1 sec that 1113' friend on the other
side is looking rather puzzled, lie
doubtless thinks got hold of the
other side of the question, or the
wrong pig by the ear. Never mind,
if you'll only let me finish, I'll get
theie all the same.
I have spoken of marriage as it is
"Two initios 'with hiitasinglethought''
"Two hearts that beat as out'."
marriajje and a household drudge
afterwards. If in six months after
that, thcro is uot lhe devil to pay
and no pitoli hot, then I am mis
taken. Tho marriage instituto concorus
itself with the intei est of progeny
and propel ty. Thus society pre
sents to us nud deals with mnrriago
as 11 puic y busiuess alfair, a life
partnership of two. It has therc
foie all the vicissitudes that attends
other sotts of business, and as these
other sorts of business have their
successes and failures, why in the
name of common sense should not
tliebusincssof matrimony bo equally
likely to be either the one or the
More likely a failure by a hundred
to one. Why? Because in a busi
ness partnership, the eye or tho
senses are not blinded by passion.
Because in a business partnership
there is none of that consummate
humbug in preliminary called court
ship, which is in itself, the greatest
fraud mutually perpetrated on man
and woman. And because in busi
ness, you can at all times dissolve
the partnership, nnd in matrimony
you cannot. Is there a man in this
room who has or ever had a partner
in business who could endure the
thought, that the bond between
tliciii was indissoluble? Why, it
would lie Sheol.
In short, you all know, that court
ship is a mutual perlidy in which
both sides try to present a showing
to cacli other that shall conceal
their real character and disposition,
and in all cases is dculy paid for in
the mairied relation.
Mairying for love must of neces
sity piove a failure and a disappoint
ment, uot to say an irreparable 1111s
foitune, relievable only by separa
tion and divorce, for this reason :
Love is a malady and o disables
the reason and judgment, 1h.1l those
who enter the man ted statu on that
bii3i are the victims of enormous
Taken as a social contract, and in
spite of all that cliiiiclnnen. poets
anil novelists may say to tho con
trary, it can never be anything but
a civil contract, must be a failure
until some relief shall be obtainable,
when the bond becomes unbearable,
save and except upon moral grounds.
And there arc those who wisely
prate of the sacred tie being indis
soluble, and that the sin of attempt
ing to break the same is heinous.
Are those men aware that the
evils from such an cnlorced union
are more ruinous to society, than if
the pai ties were set free and not
forced to dishonor the married state
by making it a cloak for their in
fidelities and a disgiace to the insti
tution, and it needs no very keen
eye to see that the mairied roue,
and the last and flirting wife are
more dangerous and iiisiduous evils
to society than the gambler and the
While in theory marriage promises
everything that mankind holds de
sirable for tho promotion of happi
ness, in practice it performs little,
and I am willing to say that it lias
made some men happy, thousands
of women wretched, and I think 1
am saying as much as 1 dare, when
I say, It is no better and no worse
than any other human institution.
Auction Sale of
Yulnable llorsis & Colts!
From Imported Stock.
, P. EHLBBS &
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND A HE OFFERING
All 6-oods at Greatly Reduced Prices i
-SPECIAL BARGAINS OP-
By tdcref ihoTiustee-iof Ills Mi.J "dy'a
Estate f will hcb at Public Auction
On (Monday, Rfiarch 25,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX,
At the Pntldork in tciir of the Hon. J. I.
Dowseti's elllce, Queen struct,
M Horses, Mares and Colts,
(More or Le-i-) :
From Well-known Imported Stock.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
108 8t Auctioneer.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On Wednesday, March 27,
.vr io O'clock a. ar..
At Hi.; ru-ddence of Mr. Frank 8. Dodge,
ItaiettiiitA street ne.ir the, Ice Worke,
I will sell at Public Auction.
Tho Enure Househ'd Furniture,
I Wcstermaysr Piano,
In tli si class coudlllou;
Jj.ii ,:o .mil Sm ' u".
i'n -sh Top t'tititei 'lunli.
Wicker Armchair nnd Hookers,
i Ladles B.. Cylinder-top WrlfgDask,
Liinic. Pictures. Tables,
S iing anil Wins Mattr-issuu,
'i Ash Bedroom Set,
.Mosquito NdJ, Pillows,
Child' At.li Crib, Curtain?,
1 "White" Automatic Sewing Machine,
Dining Chairs, Larcc Mcit Sife,
GROCKERY ami GLASSWARE,
New Baby C.irriagr,
1 K'ldj Uulrifrntor,
Saddle. Guide i l ooN,
Stove siml CJtiisLlw, 32tc.
emnants in AH Departments.
Just Received a Fresh Lot of
DIAMOND DYE BLACK HOSE
FOR ONE WEEK
-WE WILL SELL FOR ONE WEEK-
Our $2.50 Parasols for 1.25.
Our $3.50 Parasols for 32.00.
Our $4.50 Parasols for $2.75.
Our 5.50 Parasols for Stf.tfO.
s owe wejjeuk: OTVJL.Y -gga
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Haiku Stock 2
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries afod Laces.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO PURCHASE
Tlese Prices i purlin for Oie M Only !
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Tho JjialhkK iWi!!merv House.
I bluB tl BU
ITOJR,rr SaJ-XXtJEET, UOiNOLTJJLTJ.
Is ruarritige a failure? To lie sure
it is in ninny instances. Sq are
banks, insurance companion, com
mercial houses, manufactories, su
gar plantations, and many oilier
..kinds of tilings which tho world
oanuut do without. But individual
.. -iftiluios do not imply failure of the
whole, or failure of a majority, or
failure til the principles involved.
Marriage is, and pci haps ever will
he, a failure in the experience of
many, hut marringo is an institution
based on a foundation so true that
it cannot prove in the abstract nr on
the whole n failure. Failure of insir
riage. pure and simple, would mean
the, destruction of society and tho
retrogression of mankind to a state
of confusion and jumble.
I have heard telated a little inci
dent which I think worthy of record.
A few nights ago two siunern' were
returning to town from a friend's
residence in the country, where tliey
jiatl spent tlje c:rly part ol tho eve
ning. They calculated to be in
AK ARRANGEMENT NOT EN
DORSED. EniTOit Bum.utik: I desire to
say a few words concerning the April
vacation in the schools.
It lias been arranged that there
will lie three weeks vacation, and
that the middle week is to be devoted
to a normal class for the tcaclicrt..
Now this arinngetnent spoils our
vacation; for if we dcsiie to visit
other parts of the kingdom we would
have to do so in one week, which is
impossible. It seems to me that
the Board of Education should hold
the normal class during either the
first or last week, thereby giving us
two weeks instead of one, in which
to enjoy ourselves. There is great
dissatisfaction among the teachers
in regard to the arrangement for
vacation. It is to be hoped that the
Boaid will make a change, for which
it will receiver the thanks of.
A MOTHER'S EXPERIENCE.
Kditou Bi'mxtin; 1 think "One
of the Examiners," in jour issue of
ycstcidiiy, has committed a mistake
in the following sentence: Every
teacher of experienco knows how
prone and persistent is tho tendency
in the early mental life (if the child
to think of woi ds and not of the
things which they repiesent."
I hope to bo pardoned for saying
that I very much doubt if such is
the experience of most teachers.
My experience, as the parent of n
family who lias attended to the
"early mental life" of my own chil
dren, and as a close observer of
other people's children, is that "the
tendency in the early menial life'' of
most clnldien is to think of "things"
and not of the "words" which re
piesent them. The idea piecedes
the word in most childicn's minds,
and tho conception is generally more
clear and definite than iU expression
in verbid sounds, Anyhow, such is
true of my children, and I do not
think that they are different from
tiie general run of children.
"The pure minded and industri
ous husband, who lives but to toil
unceasingly for his home, and who
never leaves his wife, unless to labor
for her happiness and comfort, the
domestic loving wife who spends her
days in adorning and beautifying her
home and lives only in the boms
when her beloved husband is witli
iter," don't seem to ine to be knock
ing round everywhere, as far as I've
travelled. If there's many ot that
type of husbands and wives in Ho
nolulu, they keep pretty much out
Hut the solid and unhappy fact
remains, and our police eotuts, our
divorce courts, and our domestic
scandals, are but unfoi lunate, but
iiutiuui witnesses, that marriage is
We are told that marriages arc
made in heaven. 1 guess it must have
been the chaplain of the fleet, or
some other lying gospel sharp that
told that lie, and to every man of
common sense and worldly know
ledge, it is a well known fact, that
domestic unlitipp.ncas and ill-assorted
marriages is una of the chief
causes that till our .streets, our luna
tic asylums and our jails.
.Man may ask in marriage, woman
must wait to be asked, is evil No. 1.
Why should this be? All things
being equal, why should not a wo
man show her preference as well as
As a result from this man-law
made by man, a woman does not
marry the man she loves, but thu
man who asks her, and then, match
making mothers tell an inexperienc
ed girl that iove conies after mar
riage ; yes it does, for sojno other
Uouglass Jerrold wisely wrote
that tho history of matrimony was
written in three woids, passion,
possession and indifference. A man
sees a woman, ho fancies he is in
love with her, and cannot live with
out her. He can only get her by
marrying her, and in his selfishness,
without considering the suitableness
or otherwise of the match, the dif
ference of temperament, the opposi
tion of class education that may
oxist, tho disparity of ago, the plain
ly shown disinclination on the part
TTASON & Iliimlin Orpun, n Chip in
liJL mi anient lot clr.icli nr Ir.iltiu
room, call anil Fi-i-ririmnt,
il ir i lie Mu-le Ue.
NT . Vn 1!)7 Mr
PIANOS '""' Oifjan.' lor talu mi the
mo'iihiy iti'-laimcnt phin, or cheap
for cif.li at the Mumo Department, Ha
waiian News ("o. 197 1m
PERSONS c"iilrinpliilhn; pinch m
in,? a I'hitio r Ormi, can snvc
money at lhe .Mii-.Ii: Dcpnitment. Hi.
whI1.hi News Co. 107 1m
On Monday, April 1th, 1889,
At the auction mom of Janus K.
Morgan, ilie undersiimed will sill at
auction hy ordui of the Supremo Com t
in the liiu'tor of Castle A; Cooke vn
W. 0. Smith, Assignee of A. F. Cooke,
Tera (IO) Shares,
Of the Capital Stock of tiie Haiku
Of the par vnlite of "iO oneh, numbered
f rotn 4 ill to 4lri lunli inclu-dve. Said
Share wete n4lined to Ca-tle & Cooke
us collateral sei urity npuii ceitaiu notes
of the l'.icilh: Navigation Co, and are
now f-o.d upon default iu payment
Dited Honolulu, M ich 23, 18Sfl.
OASTLB & COOKE.
Wii. K Casi'i.k, Attorney.
S3T BARGAINS J New Lino of cgy BARGAINS -J
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
BHELF-HABDWABB. PLOWS k GEE MERCHANDISE.
Novelties mid Fancy Gootlw, In Lnvjjo Viurloty.
JAS. F. MOIIGAN,
201 td Auctioneer.
at this office.
for a ranch.
TIIE annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Jockey Oluh will htj held on
MONDAY. April 1M. at 7:'10 o'clock
e. t , at the llnwiiiinn Hotel. Kvcry
member ia lequcited to he picsentns
I)urIiii&s of inipoi inner hat to h ton.
aidficd. C. O. BERGKR,
205 Id Secretary.
Kcmovul of Burfoer Shop.
MP. JARDIM ha removed his
frhop from Kinu ctteet to Mcf'ur.
thy's Milliard Pinion-, Fort hticc', whom
he is p't'parjd to m rvo with the hesi
euro and iiciiiii"- the avooitioii of hi',
art Solicit the kind patronat'e of nil.
IP Estate !
NICK 4-ioomed Cottage
on I'uiichuowl Ftrce'
I lie Mi rmon hurch, a
fine health locality, quiet neighborhood.
Inquire of A. VOGKL,
181! It At Ed. IlofT'chhieLMir it Uo.'b.
ROOMS TO LET
ed Rooms. Board if re.
quired. Apply at "Chambei-
luin House," King utrtet, opposite Ka
waiahao Seminary. 184 tf
TO the Cieilitoi-rt of Qllon Ytin &
Co., hankriiptf, of Honolulu,
Onliu, lake notifo:
That the tind'T Irni'd, AHid'imoH of
tho Estate of Qunng Yuen & Co, hank,
inpts of Hon lulu, Calm, have picparn.
tor to their lli.al account nnd dividend,
Bilhmltted tlu-ir account as such Ah.
Menem and llled tho Finite heforo Hon.
Edward Preston, Athociale .Jitb'ieo of
thu Supreme Cun-t, at hlsi Olutmlir-ig, tn
whom ihev vill at S o'clock v. ., on
TUESDAY, the Dili of Ap.il, 18-9,
npplv for a Mitlcment of mid account
find for a dbchargo from a'l lUblllly us
buch AKsljjnees, nud for an oidui to
make it final dividend.
And that any perfon inlorcted may
then and there appear and cunle-l tho
eatno J,EK FAT SAN,
AbalgnecB Estate Qunitjr Yuen &Pn.
Honolulu, Match 211, IHb!). 205 Bi
rjHE ONLY LIVE PAPER "of
JL Honolulu "The Dally Bulletin."
CO ccnta per month.
Two Valuable Lots,
Situate on Kulaokahiia Plains to
EiOr Xo. 107 on Government map
of Kulaokahiia Plain, with cot'age aud
out.l)uililins, shade and eliolco fruit
tries. This lot has n fnmtairo of 101. l
feet on Berctitnia htrcet nnd depth of
Hfi.-l feet. Cottage now occupied by
Mr, I). Lyons.
Kjt Xo. 84 on faid map with house
a ml out-h'iildiiigs aud fine fruit aud
i-hiide tree This lot fronts on Young
mi-h 101.(1 fetit nnd has a denth
of l-lfi.4 feet and adjoining lot 107 at
tho i ear.
TliifuloiB adjoin ihit valuable pro.
pcny nuuiil and occupiel by Jlr. V.
Maijiieti'-, and 'iru thu pi utterly of Mrs.
tTlii'y will bo Kld either In parcels
or in. a whole, i'or further information
imply io . w.M. O. SMITH,
20' tf Attorney lor Nancy Wirt.
WILL port up hooks (daily), make
up accounts nnd qiiarterh IiUIh
for Mich parnes n, do not keep regular
hookkiepeiii Also attend In nil ulhur
olllco huhlucs Connniltilciitionn left nt
the olllco ol Mi sorti. J. P. I'olburuA ' .,
or P, O, llo MO, will meet withpn i..pt
n'temiou. ?m It
A LARGE and Comfortable
flouo ou Punchbowl
street, between Palace Walk
uuu Bcietanla street. Apply to
Dn. J. S. McGREW,
170 tf Hotel street.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
A R. ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
olllco nnd ulmmiicv alllawuiian
Hotel - tallies, cornel Hotel and R chard
streets. J-cieiililic iie.ilinent in all (lis.
case-i of dumistic animal-! Orders tor
phinlnli'iii nnd ranch 'lock promptly
attended l . Mutual Tultnhom; H54,
P. O Bo 320. mh.18.SU
Club House Dick Room
NI5W Cutnndcr Car
Iiil'o ju-.t finished
and haiuhoniely uirumed
in first olas btyle mu-t he immediately
sold to close mi as'ignm ul, can be seen
at W. H. Page's curiago ninuutactury,
No. 128 Fott btrcet.
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as ttoiuUcpur, cletk or as. Itiuii on
a plauimion. Good rilcienres, Apply
In. J. Hutching!-, liui.i.Kiih oillco.
Cottage For Sale Cheap.
-1 .BTOUY Collage, nearly
L new, containing parlor,
diulng.iooin, 4 bedrooms, kit
chen, bathroom and uiter.closet, verau
das, stable, -wagon.slicd, chickin Iioiimj
nnd yard, llnwcr ginicti, etc. Lot )!i
100 teet, and lenstu lot adjoining 737J
feet. Slttiaie at Kapulatrui, niaukn bide
of King street. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Having secured the services of a
First Class Cook
And made many other changes in tho
management we are now pre.
pirtd to put up tho
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu,
rigpii Hosiery !
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hosiery exported from Balbrlggan,.
Iroland, by Smyth & Co. (,L'd), has this
Trade Mark on each article.
'THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
i. "The Dutlv Bulletin." 60 ccuU
Furnished Lodging: House.
LONG established in a tie
Hlttihje locality ia Houo.
lulu, witli unuxpirtd lease of
'ii years at low rental Is ottered, (on
accoitct of ill-hcnlth), without bonus, to
party liuyinu thu lurniuuo ot a fnlr
valuation, 'there are '.'J rooms on the
niemises well furnished, yielding a
handsome levenuo Apply nt
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS. AGENCY.
by nn Act of Parlliiim nt lately rmsped
H is uiudea fclon to iibc the uord Hub
brlggan on gooils nol manufactured
theru either by stamping on goods,,
winppor, label or ticket, unless lhe
place where manufactured is also stated
in equally largo letters as tho word
SMYTH & CO. (L'd),
The Oliglnal Balbrlggan lloileis,
i'er W. O.BpioulJ.
I have now on hand a Largo Assort
In all colors and btylos,
Specially made to my order aud pattern.
201 tf W. C. Hl'KOULL.