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erciso of llio jurlclielion ovor pnl
llo officer', Hud, In nil mattcm re
quiring (ho exercise of ollh i.il judg
ment or resting In tlio sound iIIhtc
tion of llio poison lo vMioin si duly
is lonlldcrt by law, mandamus will
not liu either to control llio cxcrel&o
of tlinl discretion or to determine
upon tliu decision which shall lie
fimilly given." A inlnisteiiid duty
it would he to nudit, Hint is to oxu
mine, the account mid approve or
disapprove of ll. and if the Auditor
hIiouUI decline lo do Hint, there is
ro dintbt.of.thc jurisdiction of this
Court to issue its writ of mandamus
to compel him to'tho performance of
his duly. Thus the (Joint will com
pel a MiqjNttutu or u Hoard to enter
tain an appliealiou legally to he,
made, and give some decision thcie
on. Quoting f urtlier from the above
cited suction, "while it is proper by
mandamus to set in motun olllccrs
vested with powers of n dltcrelion
nrj' nature, and to require their
action upon tliu matters olllcially
cut'.ustcd to their judgment and dis
cretion, the (Joints will in no manner
inteifeiu with tliu exeiciso of llieir
discretion nor attempt by mandamus
to control or dictate the judgment
to be given.''
Against the iiilc so expressed and
termed fundamental, the counsel for
the rcl.itor cites tlm case of Wood
vs. Strothcr 70 Cal. .113, and the
authorities therein assembled. The
case was heard befoic the Commis
sioners ol tlieCouit. It holds that
the lest for the issuance of a writ of
mandamus to compel a board, tri
bunal or other olllccr to do an act
which he has refused to do, is not
whether the iefus.nl involved the ex
ercise of discretion or an exercise of
judicial power, but whether it was
a determination which ihc law in
tended to be final j and if not, whether
there is a plain, t-pcedy and ade
quate remedy in thuoidiuaiy course.
The matter was against an Auditor
of street conti act accounts who by
the Act was uquiicd before coun
tersigning to be satisfied that cer
tain proceedings were legal. The
Commission examining the defend
ant's return found from it that the
proceedings weie legal, ar.d so the
Auditor was wrong iu his refusal to
countersigned the wanant, and there
being nothing in that statute showing
that the determination of.lhe Auditor
was intended to be Unal, advised
that the order for a mandamus be
In ex parte Bradley 7 Wall, at p.
877 tho language of the Court is:
"When the act complained of rests
in tho exercise of discretion, the
remedy of mandamus fails; but it
must be a sound discretion and ac
cording to law. Ex paite Lceombe
VJ Howard, 13; ex parte Uurr 9
Wheaion 5130. The ground of de
cision iu Bradley's case was that the
Court below had no jurisdiction to
bur the relator for a contempt com
mitted befoie another Court.
In The villagn of Glencoo v. The
People, 78, III, 88'-', upon a peti
tion to the council for the appoint
ment of lime for holding an election,
whilo the council had no discretion
in the matter of ordeiiugan election,
it had discretion iu selecting the
time, 'and it was held ttiat a post
ponement for an unreasonable time,
such as would defeat the public pur
pose, would lie an abuse, of their
discretion which warranted that it
be controlled by mandamus. Iu the
People vs. The Superior Court of
New 1 orlc, 10 Wend. 2b6, a manda
mus was issued to vacate an order
granting a new trial when it appear
ed by the return that the party iu
vyhoue favor a new tiial had been
ordered was chargeable with laches.
I will now discuss whether the
case at bar comes within the descrip
tion and principle of such as those
wherein, although the act of the
olllccr or Biibuidiuate liibunal is one
of discretion and judgment, it may
bp controlled when ii appears that
there bus been a want of jurisdic
tion, an abuse of discretion, or a
plain or wilful misconstruction of
The bills presented for audit are
HAWAIIAN OOVEnUJIKNT IXTkltlOK
Per (appropriation foi) bupport
of piieoneiu Dr. to J, E. Sta
ples for services us juiloi of
the Volcano load jail for tho
month' ending January 31,
In hko form and date to the
sumo person ns nss-islant
In like form and dalo to M.
Carminosas night watchman
of this jail 10.00
Ditto to Kaiumii for services as
luna over prisoners on tho
Volcano road for tho month
of January 35.00
Ditlo to J. P. Brown for do 10.00
Ditto to C. Keanahou for do.. . 30 00
Two other lulls I will speak of
Tho Auditor General considers
(hat these are bills of cxpcudftuio
on tho Volcano road. I'er contra
it is contended that they aio items
of expenso for tho pii3oners, who
must have jailors and limns or over
seers of work. There is I believo
no separate appropriation for the
payment of these, only the salary of
Jailor of Oahu Prison being spe
cially provided for. And that it is
not to bo considered whore the pris
oners, with their attendant expensed,
are employed in purstiauco of tho
requirement of the law that they be
employed on public woiks and
Tho Bottlcment of the controversy
' roust depend on tho consistent in
terpretation of this law with tho Ap
propriation Act. I do not think
,, this is diflleult anciny view is this :
Tho law requiring prisoners to be
employed In labor upon public works
k tho'a'ttthoriiy and diicction of tho
Minister of the Iutnior ns to tliu
nature of the labor to which those
sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor shall be put. It might, lime
been a statute for instance requiring
them to be employed within the
prison picmiscs in the mauitfiicluic
of shoe. It was pal tictilaily ne
cessary to make a statu tu piovislon
for taking pusouers outside the
piison piemisc?. The same law,
Section 21G, provide that when
piisoners cannot bo well employed
on public woik they may bu hired
out to private peisuns. For female
prisoneis, the provision, (section
J17)is, that they shall be employ
ed iu making mats, in sewing, in
washing tho prisoneis' clothes and
in other suitable occupations as the
Marshal may direct.
The law tinder which money is
disbuised, is entitled, An Act mak
ing xpicinl nppiopnations, etc. Un
der tlte head "Hoads and Bridges"
is "Ilo.-ul from Illlo to Volcano,
S30.0U0." This authorizes the ex
pcndituic upon that work of that
sum, and no one would claim that
geneial drafts could be made on the
Treasury for amounts in excess of
It cannot, bo denied that tho al
lowance of these bills would be lo
apply further sums lo thi'.- work
fiom the special appropriation for
tlio "suppoit of piisoners." It is
nn obvious remark to bu made that
the propiiety of such a draft does
not depend on the fact of the desig
nated sum of $30,000 having been
exhausted or not. If it should he
correct now to apply money from
the support of piisoners fund, the
road appiopriatiou being exhausted,
it would have been correct to do so
during the whole pel lod. The sum
of the bills here picsmied is So.'jO.
40. A lib; sum for each of the
twenty-four months of the biennial
peiiod would amount to S13,20'J.UO.
But small or great, or for a longer
or shorter time, what should be so
taken would be an addition from the
ono fund to the other. It is plain
that the power to do so would enable
the Minister of the Interior lo prac
tically make his own appropiiation
for every object in which piison la
bor ma' be employed. The ex
pressed will of the Legislature that
the expenditure should be such a
sum lor stub an object would be
overcome ; no such item would re
present a deilnite amount. It' would
be the granted amount plus the sup
port of prison labor upon it.
I hold, therefore, that the particu
lar statute j prescribing sum to be
expended, on a public work is not
controlled by the statute which gen
erally designates the mode of work
Tho determination of the Auditor
General that the tund lor the "sup
port of prisoners" wa3 not applica
ble to the payment of these bills, in
this, view, was not an abuse of dis
ci etion and was not beyond his pio
vince or Juiitdiclion to be controlled
by the Court.
The piovisions of the Act of 1802
may bu claimed to particularly jus
tify the employment of pi'it-oncra
without lefeicncu to a fund for the
payment of thu expenses appin ten
ant. 1 think this statute applies to
the ordinary annual work on exist
ing roads, and leaves the question
of payment to be determined by
other statutes. They are roads iu
charge of the Road Supervisor. lie
is permitted to mako application for
this description of labor. There is
nothing which imports that it is not
to bu paid for out of the funds for
the road making. In the case before
us a new road is provided for. It
is as distinctly a' beparale public
woik, as would be the erection of a
new public building. I he bills pre
sented are for a new set of jailors
and superintendents required in
working prisoners on this road. Tho
reasoning J have applied to the con
struction of Section -315 iu my view
equally npplics here.
The two other bills arc admitted to
hi for sustenance of tho prisoners
while employed on the Volcanoioid.
Standing, by themselves, they might
be considered payable out of tho
fund for the suppoit of piisoners,
but iu view of thu fact brought to
the Auditor's knowledge that the
result would he an application' of so
much money to the Volcano road, in
lieu of charging the labor at thu sta
tute valuation of fifty cents per day
lo the road appropiiation, and mak
ing uo charge for the sustenance,
these bills may bu 'classed with tho
In respect to tlio custom shown by
the pleadings to chaigc such ex
penses as these bills represent to
this support of prisoners appropria
tion, and tho fact that thu lespond
cnt has during present biennial pe
riod bo allowed them up to the pre
cent refusal, I have only to say,
that when a judicfal interpretation is
asked, it must bo based upon prin
ciples. If practice hitherto has not
conformed to tho law strictly con
strued, this cannot set aside the
law. From time to time the Courts
aro called upon to correct looso
practice. It is not suprising that
the examination of an Auditor (an
olllcu of recent dalo in this country)
should discover irregularities. Tho
olllco was instituted for tho purposo
of scrutiny, and an Auditor who
does not audit may well not exist.
Tho power given to this olllccr is
undoubtedly a high ono. By Sec
tion 10 of the Audit Act, it is pro
vided that no payments shall bo
mado by the Minister of Finance,
salaiies excepted, unless tho ac
counts therefor sliall have been pre
DAILY BUL'LETIW ; HONOLULU, II. 1M
viously countersigned by the Au
ditor. To enable the Auditor to
maintain this high and quasi Judicial
position, lie is appointed if) hold
liis olllce during good behavior,
only lo bo removed for incompe
tency or misbehavior by the King
with' tin1 advice of the Cabinet
Council upon the address of the
LegKlnlive Acuibly, mid his salary
cannot bu diminwhed during ' his
continuance In otllce. It is equal to
the salary of a Minister or a Justice
of the Supreme Couit. (
The relator complains that Ijy-tlio
refusal of the defendant to' approve
these hills, ho is prevented from
pioperly carrying out the duties of
Ids olllce as Minister of tho Inte
rior, and it was warmly contended
in argument that, the Auditor was
unwarrantably assuming n power to
control the Government and to arrest
its action. Yes, the unauthorized ex
penditure by tho Government or any
branch of it he may arrest. It was
even claimed that thu fact that the
bills were presented by a Crown
Minister was a sufTifjiouL warrant for
the allowance. But not so do I con
strue the fieope of the Audit Act.
Tho judgment that claims are made
upon funds legally available or ap
plicable is thu Judgment ot the Au
ditor for himself.
Finally, tho question may be ask
ed it' was implied here what is
the Minister lodo with the prisoneis
when there aie no unexpended ap
propriations for roads nnd public
works. 1 answer that it is not for
Ihc Auditor to join with the Minitcr
in enlarging the expenditure grant
ed by the Legislature to certain
works. In this instance it has not
hucn shown that the Minister is in
this position. Thu Auditor has to
do his duly oh ca:-es as they arise.
If there is or should be a dispropor
tion between the amount of piison
labor at the scrvico of the Govern
ment and the amount of public woik
provided for, it may be a matter for
the Legislature to consider. The
action of the Auditor in this in
stance may call attention to the
The prayer for a Writ of Manda
mus is denied.
A.P.Peterson for 'tho Uelator;
F. M. Hatch for tho Respondent.
March 21, 18U0.
CONTRADICTION BY MR. GARTER.
Eniron Bulletin : In rcfeicnro to
your statement of yesterday that my
appointment as a member of tho
Hawaii Tax Appeal Board was to be
investigated, you will kindly givo mo
sufficient space to state that I do not
and never havu owned any stock in
any sugar plantation.
Charles L. Uartkii.
Honolulu, March 21, 1890.
WHITE WINCS.-A RACINC RO
MANCE. This morning shortly before 11
o'clock, a truck belonging to Htu
taco and Robertson was being un
loaded at tho wharf. The largo
white team hitched to the dray mis
took a whistle of the steamer Akamai
for a signal to lower all previous re
cords. To reach Queen street was
the work of an instant only, and
the steeds immediately warmed up
to the work, knowing that many in
terested eyes were fixed upon them.
As they swept past the Bciletin
olllce they weie net only lowering
tile iscord but also raising the dust.
The reporter rushed out to interview
them in tune to take cognizance of
the hind end of thu truck disappear
ing up Alakea street. This thor
oughfare lost interest for then; and
they abandoned it at its junction
with Merchant to caper up the lat
ter. There wasn't enough of this to
satisfy thu equine requirements, so
they clove tho air with a mighty
cleave along King street.
A tuit'k laden with hay was ap
proaching the runnways. 'Ihc dri
ver being very modest did not en
gage iu profitless dispute over tho
question of precedence, but was con
tent to yield the light of way and
to Witness the dissolving viow from
the sido of the road. Tho team
was stopped in front of Kawaiahao
Seminary by a kanaka. The first
pait of the expedition was signalized
by a tiuly socialistic distribution of
f i eight along the highway. Nn oth
er damage was done.
EVEN1S THIS EVENING.
Meeting Co. B Honolulu Rifles, at
Polynesian Encampment No. 1, I.
O. O. F., at 7:30 o'clock.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:30.
Service St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Social Central Union Church 7.30.
Rehearsal Mikado Company, at
The operatic cast of characters iu
the coming Mikado entertainment is
us follows :
Mikado rr. . R. C. Montcngle
Nanki Poo W. II. Hoogs
Koko E. F. Bishop
Poo Bali '. . . W. Lowers
Pish Tush Call Wldemann
Yum Yum Miss Fredcncu Nolte
Pitti Sing'. Mrs. J. F. Bowler
Peep Bo Miss Maggie Lislimau
Katisha Mrs. W. W. Dimond
Every rehearsal develops fres.li
excellence in the solo renditions' and
the chorus has recently been strength
ened by judicious additions.
J voice ot cligauUpiingstjlcs. Men's
ai.il Boy's Clothing, Just lit. M. Ale
Inorny. Mil lw
Stim Knnl.i fiom ICnp-i.i
Am wh hk Win Lcwh from a ciuNe
Stmr KIiiiiii for llllo ami way polls al
'1 p m
.Slmr U It Uihu for Walanne, W'al'ibia
anil Kmil.nt at !) a in
Slmr I'ele fur llamaktia al 10 a m
Sehr Kiiullhia for Knhiiku
M-hr l.lholllin Inr Kahul.ii
VESSELS LEAVl N 3 TO-MORROW.
Am wh hgtnoPialicl" 1 Mint-low for the
A idle U'ai
I'o i' Maui and Hawaii, er stun- Kl
naii,.Maieh al For Volcano: .1 YV
Whiting. Capt UllU. JIW Kill, MU
Winlfiid Sweet. .1 F Men HI ami wife,
J SMenlll, OP Duttou and .1 Iv Wil
der. For wav poits: I) fl Mor-jan, V
M MeUubblii, Mls Wight. It U.itton,
HisLoidshlp bishop of Honolulu, Mis
Whiting, Mlssltichiudson. .1 lliuil, Jos
D Li' Avignon. Nov Father l.eouoie and
servant, W .Saffeiv and fainllv, Mis .1
Wright, llro Hettiani, Mrs Con In, U It
Welln, Mr May.
The hark Meiom falls tu-uioi row fiom
Kahiihd with a cargo of Migiir tor ban
The tern Oceania Vnneo was docked
at the I f S X Go's whaif this afternoon.
The winding hiigiui'lnu Francis I.
liaratow ele.ued this afternoon for the
MrS-tANF. In Honolulu, March 20lh,
to ilie wife of I.ukc MeShane, .a
Ol'XIlA In Honolulu, Mmeh 'Jl, An
t n lie O. (.'nulla, tlo'Ut, aged oo
St-jr Funeral from theltoman Catholic
Cathedral, to-moirow (.Satin day) morn
ing at 10 o'clock. Friends and acquaint
ances ale respectfully Invited to attend.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
A niiii Hi: girl is wanted.
His M.uksty the King wilt attend
the Champion conceit.
Company B is requested to nBsem
blo at tho Itilles' Armory this even
ing al 7:30 o'clock.
Ar the Champion concert to-morrow
.evening there will becutlas piac
tiee as iu the invy beside infle
sticks. A meiTting of tho Board of Ti unices
of Queen's Hospital is called at the
Chamber of Commerco Tuesday next
at 10 a. m.
1-.. . ,
A cncnirtalo loi tho liado will take
place nt J. F. Morgan's auction rooms
on the 2(lth and 27lh, at which liberal
terms will be offered.
Tun'dkrs aro invited for repairs of
buildings of St. Andrew's Piiory.
Specifications may bo peen at tho of
fice of A. J. Cartwricht.
TiimiK will bo a service in the Xor
wegian hmguago by l'amor Liurits
Carlson from Minnetota in tho Y. M.
C. A. hall at 11 o'clock a. in., also at
7:30 p. in. Sunday.
The little red lion that tho Reform
Parly failed to exhibit iu tiinmph
has been captuicd and is on viow in
Goldberg's storn. It will not be cold
at auction this year.
Junoc Bickerton this morning ap
pointed Jac. F. Morgan UNeeutof of
the will of tho lain John McC'uli;an,
letteis to ho issued to him without
bond and ho file an inventory within
30 days. Mr. Hatch appeared for thu
petitioner and Ihc latter in person.
To-dty at thu age of f.3, Antonc
G. Ctinha, better known us "Antone,
the florist," expired after a lingering
illness of nine month;. Tho. com
plaint which carried him off was an
affection ot the lungs. The deceased
had resided on the Islands thirty-one
years and had acquired au enviable
reputation for integrity and reliabil
ity. He leaves a wife, three daugh
ters and a son. The daughters are
Mrs. I. Q. Tcwksbury, Mrs. Jose M.
Camara, Jr., and Mrs. Frank Cunha.
Tho funeral will occur to-morrow
at 10 a. m. from the Roman Catho
VERY MEMBEll OF THE All ")VE
Conipmy Is remieairU to be ui the
Klllcs' A-imry at 7: 0 o'uknlt THIS
503 It CupWin.
MEETING NOTICE. "
AQUAH EULYMKbTINO OFTHK
Hoard of Trustees f iht Q'lucn'
Hispltid -will he held at thu Room of
the Chamber of Commerco on TUES
DAY next, tha S5ih lint., at 10 n. m
Pero-der, F A. SCHAEIT.R,
llurolulu, Mar. 21, '00 .Secn-tary.
For Repairs to sevebal
nullilinijH of Si. .Indian's I'riory.
SiiecllljHtlonx may he hnri nt the olllce
of ALBX .I.OAR'IWRKHIT.
Metclmntbi., Opp. B,"hcl SI.
Honolulu, Mai.. 'i lSW. cos lw
"NVKdE mil WANTED.
LRMAX OIRb ritEFKHRED.TO
JT caro tor luo.jcar.old Loy. High
et wages to rninpuient girl ; none o'htr
need apply. C dl at residence on Here,
taiiht Si reel, of
60 W U.W.ASHKOHD.
MVKCn 31, !(.
Auction Sal& by James F. Morgan.
131 PORTA NT
"j nider i f MMVr. 11 I AVIE-t &
CO. I vvl'l raid mi luiporuni Ctedlt
S.tiu of ,
Staple , Goods !
nt niy.falcbvotfinn, Q lecn lit'ot, on
WelncBiloy. and Thursday.
Mirth 20 h (1111271)1,
CnnuiKiicIni; at 10 o'clock enth day.
Tiie aorlineit finbrnrc a large lice of
S aplu Itiiodsjtict ie.,eh'id ami especi
ally idccled lui ihtr, mirket.a" f illou:
DRY ::- GOODS !
1 irlntu, D.tts (i oils,
White acd Iirow'it Cottons.
DjiiluiB. I'rfntr, ite, etc, e'r.,
Full Hit! or
'V All.Olt a O O 1) S !
Funis and Suit l.'-ng In,
GROCERIES -:- HARDWARE !
Kettles Smee Ptn, Gilvmiinl
TjIisiiiiiI Huekoix. etc., Rluj It igs,
Cics of Sii'ip; a very lull line of
Just opened, comp Islng
All slcs of Xippluj and II)wl,
l'itcbcri- and lisln, O ps and
Sneer", Pltr, cf., tie.
Special attention Im-iiHk lo th's sale
of new nnd Sup'.n Uoo.'m.
tFAS. F. MORGAN,
H. B. M. S. CHAMPION'S
MInstIL : TmpE
Wfl give a performance at the
Saturday, March 22nd,
(loiniiiPiiPliie at Ml. SI.,
In AM of Dm tlrlt Ii Btnevolent
Followed hy the Negro T.iree,
-to coKci.tjnn with-
BOXING and- -SINGLESTICKS,
Prices as Usual-Doors Open at 7:30
tifir Wox ollic i open nt L. J. Levey's
nnc.ioii ro nn , ui 0 o'clock a M , Mntrli
10, 1800. U) Hi
Union Iron Works Co.
"VTOTIOE li licnby Riven that at a
-LN meeiliitf of the tmhscrlbors to thn
capital btoek of tho above, named Com
pany held In Honolulu, II. I., March
0. 18'JO, It was voted to accept tlm
Chaiter of Coiporatiou dated March 1.
lp'.iO, for the term ot'nfty yearn, granted
by the Hawaiian Government. The lia
bility of the fetockboldcra U limited to
the amount duo. and unpaid on tho
(hares held. Th6 . following oflleers
weie elected for the cnmilng year:
J. N. S. Williams'. Piesident,
R. Moie SVerctaiv'ifc Treasurer,
A. J. Uartwrijjht. . .'. Auditor.
The nbnvo irtmiil olllccrs also consti
tute a Hoard of IHrectoi'H.
IfHl 1 in Secretary & 'I reasiuor.
A SITUATION as Kujr'neer or I.una.
Well qualified to till either poM.
tion Referenced if riqulied. Address
"F. II.," Ibis olllce. 600 lw
DRAFT No. I2S, drawn by tho Ho
nnmii StiRiir Co. Feb. 10, 1890,
for 8320 has been lost or Molen. All
pintles aio hereby warned against
negotiating same,., 402 lin
AHPKOI.NL meeting of the ttock.
holder of the Ktar Mill Co. will
bu held at the olTInn of W. O. Irw in &
Co, on THURSDAY, tho 20th lat., at
it o'clock a M. HiisliiMs of importance.
NV. Q. IRWIN,
fit) I Id .Secretary.
Foist u choice lot of
Cignri), CTg'irtltea and Tobaccos,
bo sold at verv low priced.
No. 87 Kim? hlreet.
I;M It K WOOD for fitlo at Hawaiian
Commercial 8alcrrooin, comer of
Qnotm ami Nuiiftnn Mrcela. t'8 tf
jm a. rFO rent tor 1 month a Largo
AftftA 1 Room or Hull, tithei
MUttmm ground tlnnr or upstair?, must
'tie centrally situated..
Society of the
Estraut From Annual Circular to Agents,
"We purpose placing in your hands to oftei to the public an Indem
nity Hond. Muny will bu attracted by the fact that jou arc selling the
bonds of a lifo insurance s-ociely with unseats over 810.;, 000,000.00, nnd
will not fail upon examination to sec its inliiiitic merit.
"This, with our vuiioiH forms of Tontine l'olicies will, (as you aro
now ablu to quote the icsulta of twenty year Tontines) j;ivc you great
advantages over others, ti no oilier conip.iuy will for a nuinher of years,
bu able to ihow actual ieuult3 on similar l'olicies.
"IIKXRY Li. HYDE,
tu7 Send for illustrative pamphlet, or call in porson on the undersigned.
ALEX, J. CARTWRICHT,
General Accnt for tlio Hawaiian Islands, F.qititnblc Life A3sutancc Society
of tho U. S. Jan-1-flO.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
AMATEUR OUTFITS !
From $8 50 to 5-100 Each '
The M. A. SEED and the UAUIJUri' DRY 1'LATES,
Tho YEAR HOOK OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
UR1T1S1I PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN ANNUAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
And PHOTOGRAPHIC MOSAICS.
HOLUSTER & CO.,
Handsome ! indestructible..!
Cheaper tliai Wood !
Our Lawn Pence protects a lawn without concealing it, suitable fu
Lawns, Parks, Gardens, Clurclns, Cemeteries, Etc,
FOU SALE BY TIIE
HAWASHAN HARDWARE Co.,
C01 If ' I'oit street, op, 10. Sprccl.els' Hank, Honolulu, II. I.
E. It. Hcvuur, Picihhmtit Manager. John Ks'.v, Vici-I'resldcnt.
UouritKV ltitow.v, sjecromry &Ttcasurcr. t'ncii. I)uov., Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppu- NpreckvlV U.iuli, : Vnrt Ktvect, Slonoluln,
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Olassware, Crockery,
Geuulno Ilavilantl Chioa, phia ni;d ilecoraloJ; ami Wcdcvvscd
1'iano, Library & Stand Lamps, Clundoliciu Jc Elcctolior-.
Lamp Fixtures of till hinds, A complete unior'ni't of Drill it Filen,
PLANTATION SUPPLIBS " Of EOT DESGRIPW!
Tho "a.uollo" 3-whcelcd Rid'uiH Pluw & Equalizer,
lllucheard Rico Plow, Pl.tnluru' Stool &. tiooseneukud IIoso,
LARD, CYLINDER, 1CCROSENE, LINSEED,
PaintH, Varnidhes &. Urunlicb, Manila A. Sital Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Ho.se, Hose,
KUnilEU, WIRIMIOUND of Biip-irior- quality, t STEAM,
Agato Iron Waro, Silver Plated Waro, Tublo &. Pocket Cutlery, , ,.
Powder, Shot &. CapB, Tlm Celebratod "Club" Macliine-loadoil CurtridRiu , ?
"Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipo it -Bolt Threading,
llartman'H Steel NViro Fcnco & filed Wiro Matr,
Gate City Stono Fillers,
win, U. I'ishora NYrouglit oljuol llauw, '
"Now Prqcosft" Twiat Drills, i
Neul's Cnrriago Paiutfl. ' '
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