Newspaper Page Text
notice of nrreraoN i
The undersigned ordh the attention of the homosookiiif1: mid purchas
ing ptihllo to Ifw place on Ntitiatiu Avenue, hnowti as the "Mngnin IMaeo,"
which he intend- to sell at a Vet.v Low Figure with all the tinprnvemwntu
thereon, to wit:
A 7-room 2-story
Willi lJatlnoom, Kitchen, Water &
Outlin'ilding, Stable loi two hoi set,
house & Intensive Chiokenvard, Waterpipes- all over the gtuiind The
2.7 Acres of the Finest Garden Land !
And is planted almost entiielv in Grapevines (15,000 pieces), Teaches,
Apricots, l'litins, Figs mid other Choice Fruits, all of which ate growing
icimuknbly well in the cool alley air. Chinese Tea now thrives on the
land. An abundance of Hoses of the choicest Kinds and :i vaiio'y of olliei
Flowers adntu the place the year mound. Tlieie i no hotter I'ropeity
than this in the intukct eonsidenng the
CLIMATIC ADVANTAGES and LOW PRICE !
The only reason of sale is. that I am going to leave the Islands to letiiiu
to the Coast. The eventual purchn-ct of the place can, if he wants to,
I my the
Household Furniture, Range & Kitchen Utensils, Garden Tools,
Honei A. Wai-oaj, llama ts. F.lc. lite at a Vrry UcftwmaMu l'riioj I
jCSy Koi terms of sale and .ill paitieulars apply at the pieuuses,
oC-2 lw F. 12. KEFFEL.
B. 1. M1ERS
1M FORT NXltlSIC'-T.
ii wk ji r nnunvFii vt iiy i vnnr voumi ni' m
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
GoiH's F,iiTiiifliin" Goods, Sc-., Arc.,
All will he 'old at Ke.wonahlc l'i iocs,
Our l)ioniaking Popaitiiiont under the uianngemcnl of MISS
CI. A UK will be vo-opened about May
BGASI1 & OWN
havi: .rrsT received Ex Australia
A Choice Liiio of Dry & Fancy Goods,
lvll (Jlovpx from 3 lo SO Ifntloiw.
Hosiery, Salines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OK
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valises,
CASTLE" & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AG13NTP,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
I'l.A ATAM'IOIV hl'l'l'l il IZH.
Cuipeiilein', lllac.siiiilhn', Machinialri' A IMunihoii' Tni.la,
HOUSE FURNISU1NU GOODS!
Kitehen FIui-iIf, Paints, Odi, Vaiuitdios, Lump Good and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines,
CRYSTAL -s- SODA -:- WORKS,
JOHN CHIACE, : : ProiwlHor.
SOLK MAXrrACTl'JIL'ILS or "THE (JUKA'J' I5I.U0J)
SARSAPARILLA and IEOF WATEK,
Giugev Ale, Saraftparilla, Lemon, Crenm & Plain Soda.
cjia.mia;a i.j ciiii:. -
gjT Aid. ACHATKl) WATJCi.'rf fU'AllAiNTEIOI) VI UK xf
Mutual Telcphono 330 &i oiRir Boll Telephone 298
tfjtflAim order1' promplly iittnudvd to. nv 8-8'.t tSni
Ml I ill '
-OFFKIt AT HEI) 11QCK I'KKIKS
(Jul i torn in J I ay, Oats, liran,
Oil Cako Meal, Linseed Weal,
Uiu-ley Jiolled Uarley,
Middling G round Jtarley,
Wheat and Com I'lonr.
FLOUR SogrAllu, Golden Gate & SalinaH- FLOUR
lelephonoB, No. 175.
Dwelling House I
Clothes Closets attached, a l-Hootn
Can iajcs A. Feed Shed, Chichon-
Ml !! ll"1 ' J.1-!
""in I mi.
Cor. Edinburgh & Queon Sts.
DAIIiY UtfLljtWW: DONoUriiU, JJ. f.
'l'i uii.u, Msiy 'J7
l.i'p. I.iu'iim moved tlie following:
" lirrcns, f !hhi irieiultn ilie-t
nre tdlegi'd in eonneetion utli lliu
lluwuilin l'.ieilie Cidde Co.,
"lJesol0(l,-'riint a cuiniiiiltee of
live lie nppoinled lo investigate nil
the fuels in eonneetion llictcnilh,
and repoit 'nine lo this Uou-(' with
as little delay us possible. "
He lend tin; tolloin;; loiter in
ihl- eonneetion :
"To Hon. T. 1!. I.neas and Hon.
K. ('. .Mauliii Lino of Oahii, and Hon.
W. II. I'oinui'll of Mam, and Hon.
A. P. Ktipui'linolu ot .Molokai. (!en
tloinon, " nioniheis of Hie l.egis
l.ituio of JsOO ve respeelfnlly aslc
Unit yon make it a lnutter ol the
most injjunl busliu'ss hefoie the
I.eithitiuo to meet .May 21st, to
hae n committee, appointed lo ex
amine the contract and sulceoiitracts
with .1. Sherman liartholomow and
the Hawaiian Pacific Cable. Co. We
Itilly believe thai this company's
allaiis have been einbarras-ed
lliionuli the action of a haidwaie
linn I he members of which, uilh
possibl (illK'is, not iiiicmiiieelod
witli (io eminent, haxu wicLedly
and unlaw ftill conspiied lo ruin
our ioinp:iii, liy means of Wcin
alic fiaiids on I he C'n-toni 1 1 huso at
lloiiolnlti. Vc ai o, gentlemen,
youi obedient servants, (Signed)
J. Sliennan li.irtholoinew, Piesi
denl; Ddgar Ciow linker, Vicu-Pie-ident,
per ids atty. in fact."
.Minister Damon said no notice
hud been brought to him mm Ihc
Customs Uepailnient, and he was
not aware of an ica-on loi biitigiug
this private maUer belyre I ho
Kei. Kuliia supported the ie?olu
tiou. Nolile llurchaidt niowd that the
le-olution he lefened to the com
mittee on eommeieo, etc.
Hep. Hiown suppoitcd the mot ion
as being a U'iy wise one. So many
xpocial committees would piolong
the business injuiioiisly.
Hep. Lucas differ red fiom the
last spe.ikei. The standing commit
tees had as much as they could do
in attending to their regular busi
ness. This was a very impoitaiit
matter, it hud got into the news
pnpois, and ought to he lully in
vestigated by a spei'ial rommittee.
Pep. Kapachaolo was in faoi of
the resolution. If this cable com
pany was being Mctiniied by a local
li.mdwaio firm, the House and the
public ought to know all (lie facts.
Minister Ashfoid aid that mulct
ordinaty citcunislances he would
suppoil Noble Uiiicliaidt's ainend
nient. He found, however, that
three members of the coinmeice
committee had their hands full ol
woik on oilier committees, and if
left to that committee the investiga
tion might bo delayed indefinitely.
The amendment carried.
Pop. White moved:
"Whereas, During the. past few
weeks considerable cveiteinent has
been caused among lesidenls of this
town by preparations of war undo
bytlie.Marbh.il; and, wheieas, one
oi the .Ministers lias made the state
ment that the kingdom was itf n
peaceful condition with
iiension of disturbance,
memheis of Hie Cabinet,
was danger of a tiot.
Ministry lie uvpiested lo stute what
grounds there wete of any occasion
Pep. Piown laised the point of
older that information from Minis
lets should bo sought by written
request addressed to them."
The President i tiled the point well
taken, and the lesolutiou was tabled
until the mover could have time to
change il.s foim in compliance with
the l nit.
Minislcr Tliurslon tcad a fust
time Ids bill i elating to licenses for
the sale ol spirituous liquoin. It
piovides that the number of licenses
lie le-dnoted to those l tinning at the
passage of the Act. On the e.piiu
tion of tlie.se the licenses shall be
olfeicdat auction at the front of
Aliiolani Hale, at an upset puce of
S1000 each. Ik-fore the granting ot
a license lite puichasei must pay its
price and give a bond. Pefotied lo
Minister Thin ston also icudafli&t
time his bill to ptovidc lot the com
mitment of dipsomaniacs to the J ti
sane Asylum, lie also read a first
time a bill to prevent the eottntei
fciltng of foreign postage stamps.
Ilolh passed to ouler paper.
Noble Midler gave notice of a bi'l
relating to the pi oventton of insect
posts and blights.
Noble I'tin gave notice of a bill to
amend Chap. ." I, Laws of I8.S7, ie
lating to permits for native Hawai
ian? to leave the kingdom.
Jtep. Maiqttes gave notice of bills
(1) to organi.e lite civil sot vice,
(i) to piovide pensions for tctiring
civil servants, and (.') to provide
foi the identification ol laborers.
Pep, While gave notice of a hill
lo amend the diioico law.
Noble Phillips gave notice of a
bill to promote steam lailiouiN on
lite Island of Hawaii.
Pop. Ciimniings gave notice of a
bill to amend Chap. iii, Laws of
IhiSK, relating to comniissionei.s of
privnto wn.vs. The rules being sus
pended Hie bill was read a (list lime.
Hep. Iv'apachaolo gave notice ot
a bill to more clearly delino what
are the duties lcqttircd of kok'ttas at
the Jeper settlement,
Hep, flrmvu idm-M ft voaolntlrm
thin when tlio Homo tidJoiirna from
day to ilny, It nhnll ho mull Hi a,
in. ol tlm 'lolloning day, Carried.
Noble Ciabbe moved that the AI-toiney-deneral
be requested to an
swer in wilting why the .Marshal has
kepi an armed force at the Police
station lor some weeks past.
The resolution was miction! of
Pep. ICtilua gave notice of a bill
to piovide for the taking ol water
fiom Wailulat to Knhului.
Pep. Waiptiilatii tend si first time
his hill lo amend the law t elating to
lieoiiH's for Hie mile ol salt salmon.
Also, his bill to repeal Chapter I'd,
Sission Laws of 188fi, lolatingto
the slaughter of animals.
hum it oi l it r. tvv.
Pep. lSiowii moved the House
pioeeed lo Hie Older of the day.
The Ptesident announced, as un
finished busincis, the addicss to
Kep. Kaluti moved the House go
into committee of the whole on the
subject. Can led.
Noble ICanoa was tailed Hi the
Minister Thurston moved to strike
out the passage containing the "ini
mical" clause, and to insett the fol
lowing: "Il is witli gtalilication
that wo leain thai the coitntiy luu
enjovod gio.it propeiity dining the
past period, and it will be our duty
and pleasure lo do all in our power
to fill liter promote the prosperity of
the cotinfiy." lie lefeired to' the
tiovernmeul ami pnvale persons
hav mg gone abroad to borrow money,
and held that it would be against
our chances of getting loreign ca
pital, foi cither public orpiivalo
putposos, lo publish such n state
ment as that which he nmved to
siiikeottl. The member for Koo
laiipoko (Pep. Push) had loaded
tlie subject yostoiday witli a lot of
mallei' thai did not belong to it.
That member had gone through two
election sciapes to one tor the rest
of them and had Ihetefoto twice as
much bile to get rid of. The coiin
ti.v was going ahead and anybody
obstiuctiiig its piogross would bo
i tut over. The haibor bar-had to be
deepened whether the member for
hooluupoko or himself was Minister
ol Inleiior. If Mr. Push was to bo
llieie, and could not borrow moiie.v
lor that w oik on account of this ic
solulion of his own, the couutty
would be the sufferer, lie was not
sttt prised to see lids coming fiom a
committee of which the lion,
member was a member. For
monlhs past he had tilled I H
paper with moaning complaints
about tot i ible things coming lo puss ;
there would not bo enough dirt lolt
in the Pacilie for the Hawaiian to
call his counliy and the United
Slates was after us with a shaip
stick. It was repoils fiom this
country that dost toyed lite late S.
(!. Wilder's lailioad scheme in Lon
don, so thai sugar had to be shipped
over the clifls and steamers kept
for weeks lroni loading. He would
not commit himself to the details of
the llilo and Hamaktia or those of
the Oaliu Pailw ay schemes, but they
should all uppiouch matters pet tabl
ing to the common interest in a
liopelul spitit, and not wilfully de
stroy the chances of piomoltng the
count ty's piospeiity.
Kep. Nan alii was in lavor of the
icply as presented by the commit
tee. The Minislci of Intetior ap
peared to lie afraid of having the
truth told. If a matt wanted to bor
row ot him, lie should want to know
the truth of his circumstances. The
speaker was in the late Mr. Wilder's
emnloy, and that gentleman told
him Hie icason he failed in getting
money for the Ilanmkua liailway
was the revolution of 18.S7.
Noble Kauhane consideied that
what was befoie the House was a
icply to the King's speech. So fur
as he knew that was His Majesty's
own speech. He thought lite com
mittee had gone beyond its duty in
arguing against what the King said.
He supported the amendment.
Kep. Kaltia moved that when the
committee lise it recommend the
House lo adopt the reply as pre
sented by the committee. That
committee was not to go over to the
Palace to stioke the King's heard or
scratch his hack, by saying every
thing His Majesty w'dd must bo
light, but should tell the King what
they fell lo be the truth.
Kep. Kickaid was in favor of the
amendment ptoposed by the Minis
ter of Hie Interior. The icply ought
not to be a declaration of policy, but
simply a courteous acknowledgment
of His Majesty's speech.
Kep. 'White was opposed to the
amendment. The Minister of Inte
rior seemed to want lo convey false
impressions abioad to say that we
had propei ty when we liafnono,that
we had no disl tubing elements when
we hud such, that wo had no Wileov
when wo had one. (Laughter).
Kop. Pakor was in favor of the
repoit as ptesented by the commit
tee. The Minister seemed to want
In suppress the liutli. Two resolu
tions had been picsentod to-day
asking for information legaulin'g
propaiations for anticipated trouble.
He did not know what was in it but
no false imptessions should be pub
lished as coming from lids House.
The reply might as well lie addiosscd
lo the Ministers, as it was their
speeclt His Majesty delivered.
Kop. Kupachaolo did not agree
with the rcinaik of a former speaker,
that unless they adopted Ihe repoit
as it stood thoy would be working
against the iuteiests of the people,
lie thought the committee was try
ing to make wrong teprosentations
to the King, He had conic lo this
, MA.V as, mi.
AliLiiiiilde (n dA hU duttr end nr.t tr.c
lilnwtf, ami did nnl iwmnsp to 1m
led round or Iniltieiunid by oHioi'
matters, 'tlm bciillinoutu 'of tho
comniilleo wpie foreign to the King's
Pop. Prow n could not support the
icply a il stood. Thai expiessiou
about an appiohendcd check going
abroad as an uitoianco of this As
soinbly would do the very thing il
spoke' about, namely, be a check to
the prosperity of the country. 'Ihe
clause in opposition to pledging lite
credit of the country for a Pacilie
cable declined a policy, which it had
not boon the practice of this Logis
lutute to do in replying to tho speech
I mm the thione. The committee
.diould have stated if they knew
what it was which was liable to aiise
and be a check to our piospeiity.
It was their duty to have, stated
-what that cheek was, so that the
House ciMild lake mea-uios to pie
vent il. If il was tho Marshal's
w. alike piopatations thou the com
mittee should have said () broadly
enough for all to understand. He
hat! no personal knowledge of thai
armed loroo tit the Station, but if
there had been such all ho could say
was that it had been wholly iiiiiiccch-
saiy. Tho comniilleo could not
have load the department reports
when they penned that document.
Thoy could have seen from Ihe Col-loctoi-lieiioral's
ropoil that the ex
ports of I.HsS were S'-0(i,MM)
greater than those of 1887, and the
ospmts of 1S8J) 8.",0'l(),(M)0 gieater
than those of 1887. Willi an ocean
cable Honolulu would become the
(ueenslown of the Pacific, tlie hai
bor would bo deepened, and the
whole laboiiiig population would
have profitable employ nient on the
water fionl. This question being
one that ought lo bo thoroughly con
sideied, the House ought not to
make ihe proposed sialoment of
policy at this juncttiie. Ho moved
that tho sentence, "Put we question
the wisdom of pledging the national
ci edit for such a woik," be slticken
out, and he supported the amend
ment of Minister Thurston.
Pep. Apiki said lie came there to
woik for the interests of the coun
liy. He tell that the icply of the
House to His Majesty should be in
tempeiatc language. They should
not unnecessarily alarm tiio King,
or raise appioliensioiisin the outside
woild. He regarded tlie second
seel ion ol the icply as very objec
tionable, and would suppoil the
amendment of the Minister of the
Noble Pahlwin moved that the
committee rise, 1 opart piogiess, and
ask leave lo sit again.
Minislcr Thlu-Mon said it the
mailer was continued, members
would ictiiin to it freshly charged
with clectiicity, and then wo should
have all this over again. Now tho
membet.s weie anout talked out on
tlie question, and lie would like lo
see it come to a vole.
The committee rose, reported pro
gross, and asked leave to sit again.
The Secretary load a letter from
Goo. W. Do Long Post, inviting the
members lo patticipato in the seiv
ices of Amoiican Decotntinu Day,
on the afternoon of May .'list.
(Signed) "V. V. Ashfouf, Adju
tant." Tho House adjourned at 4 -20 till
10 o'clock to-moriow morning.
Gustav A. Scliuman
Nil. 70 & CI : : Kinj Shed.
At W. Wii'lit A'Snii'.'.
Ilaviiii: icouivul a full ustnituicnl of
fturhici' Trimming MaleiiiN tinm Ihe
Kist, I am iioiaci toi'xiiMilenll rirdDH
with neatness anil di'Dpnicli lit v.mv tin.
ipr 7.W) ly
I's Late Aiihals fiom Auckland
a Choice I.ol of
New Zealand Oats
Sultnblo Vov HuoliiK Steel,.
UNION FEED CO.
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Account ate. Colli ctoru, Commission AfieaU aiul
UiHtoui Houso BnAus,
Aie nl rill timi'i piopauil to pel
lorm any (Ic-eiiptioa ot ( lriicul Woik,
Mich hi Amlllini; Aoonunls, I'osilngnp
'riiiitt-niihii'H Hunks, MakiiiL' Invt ntorics
nl Slock, Kiigiusliig Lupii! Dociiiih nit,,
Kic C'Miipi'ii'iii mill lleliuhlc Pidgin
Uli'iks loi tlif dclivciy and (tilling nl
Mroitheui lli'sriei. &. Itmii ictson'h,
(jitivn Mrnl Post Oilhu l!o IB'), Alu.
luitl Tdiplionii II", Hill 'I'dopliniiu 414.
Hawaiian Lime I
izr. yv.u u,ii(iti:i,.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D,
Tilll .Sole Agoilts. K
1 Q VOLl'MPS Pnojolop.nlhi Ihltan-
j ulea, .Mcnueeo hound, In good
condition, never li-cd, Applv at this
otllee. ' mi Jw
(icilc llinlffiire IX L'i!
ij, r, tiuiugUm, ri',un,ti j o tijiaccci,
Kjcnngcri 1', L, V.'lutir, 'ricftjarer,
IIIUVI'UV I.AlI'.sl IN
Piano Lamps, Banquet Lamps,
J .llmi I'Y KlilllpH.
Hull lfumps & Chiindolicre,
.Ititl Pccclwd from Ihe I'.iclm.v.
A New Line of Refrigerators,
A Full Lino of the Favnilte
Eddy's Refrigerators and Ice Clisets,
Disttoa'u Sivs i. 1'llcii New Llutj of tot,
IMnncI, Jr., Cult i valors.
Pictures Frames & Mouldings,
Pacific Hardware Co,, L'd.
I'm i il Mi'iehaut M.
,Iu-t Ai rlvcd fiom Hnston.
C. BREWER & CO.
ori't'.tt I (III S.AI.V A
Variety of Vehicles !
Side Bar and Corning Buggies
r.MetisUia Tup Ciln inlet,
Extension Top 2-seat Side Bar,
l'i iin the cdchialeil niauuf.ietnry of
flco. 1.. Htoum'll. New
1MJ AETOJSS !
Jl UI-.12 CJA.JR.TS
Of Ihc well-know il Ilole A O-oml
Cciy'riio pnh'ioaie Invllod lo hiBpoet
ttiost- Comb at the stole ol
v. uniswEit & Co.,
",:t7 lin .'!! Queen Ftreol.
HAMfflBRSIITH & FEB,
tdynur Xow Aitotjpe Illuetr.iteil
t'.itidogui' sent fieo on application.
118 KI'VTI'.lt MT.
Man Fiaiiclsoo, : : ('ullliiriila.
TAI WO CHAN,
Miintiliii lurer of Ladies' a
Fronch Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
si.in sin:os maul to oiiimn.
ri'ituol or hi-m-il: iiInii, SudilloM.
Hi Niiimiiii hi., :::!. (). Hex liO I.
coo KnvT&r co
Xo. .V.i Xiiitanu .St., Ilnuohilu,
And do.ilorfj In all kinds of
,'atinliiit'reH nuil furnish I us UooiU.
Also, a full MnoL nl Drv and I'liuey
("infills, tiood lit KUiuaiileed. r 1 7 : 1 1 1 1
TO KENT or LEASE
rpiIAT dosirahli) I'lomlses
on Foit streut. In the
'Mernernv llloek."' leeentlv
oeeiiphMl hy .1. X. H. Williams, ,ultahln
for cillleo or .toie. For liiforniatlon
apply to olllee Union Jmu Winks, lis
itlauiidu, or to
to!' Im .f. X. ,S, WILLIAMS,
NO. 1! King Hlteel, near Mm l!ildi(
Open ihij and nlht. MeaU at all
houis. Onlfis lor Caliroinia pioduee
leeoiveil. K. T. flll.ZY,
FOI6 SxVLE CHEAP
ACOMI'LLTL oiitllt for iimkluiraiid
dispensing eaihoiialed hoeiaui,
all in kimmI older. Addie-s
3) Walidihm, Hawaii.
MHB. MONHOK, ladles' uurBO, Las
leinnved to No. 3, KiiUtii Itwio.
i. fi'Kf!f,JXit TA;l''??'fe-;-f?t?Hj..'Vit
OHUlC !Sllllllll llllii'f ,
from Sun Francisco.
Leave Duo at
K, I'. Honolulu
tt'iilandia . Mnv !il .liinu 7
Alaiiieilii ' .lime 'lH . .July
Maiipcifii. July 'Jli Au 2
Ziiilundhi. Any ti.'l Auk .10
Alnnied.i . . Sept 20 Hept 11
MniipoMi Oct 18 . . .Oel2.ri
eal.iiidia Nov 1,1, .. Nov 22
Alameda .... l),o lit.... Die LO
For Sun Francisco.
Leave Hue at
. May 11
. .Juno 11
. Dee 21
. Jan 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave ,S. F.
Friday ..May 2.T
Fiidav. Juno 20
Friday .July IS
Fiiday .Aujr 15
Fiidav Sept 12
Ftid.iy. .Oct HI
Fiiilnv. Nov 7
Fiid.iy. .Dee fi
Friday. . Juno (5
Fiid.iy. July -t
l'i ula v. . Am; I
Fiiday. Ail;; 21)
Fridav Sept 2(5
Fiiday Oct 21
Fiiday. Nov 21
Fridav . AUH' IS
Aistraliai Mail Met.
I'liu new and line A I ftcel uliuiuiililp
Of tlit'tlreaiiliiStiiitielilpL'uiiipiiiiv, will
he due ill lltnioltiHi tinni v ydnu)
unit Aiiekhiinl on or uluaii
May 31, 1690.
Ami will leave for lliu uhovo poll lth
mutla ami piiBtJungcri nu or uhont thai
For freight or imBtaje, lmvini; SU.
I'KUIOH AUCOJIMODATIO.NS, upply
WLL G. mWIII & CO., Aaent,..
For Sydney and Auckland.
The uevv and fine AI Htcul nlcMuslilp
Zealand i a,"
Of the Oi'LUtdc Steamship Company, will
he due at Honolulu from Sm
Frauolurn uu or iihout
June 7, 1890.
And will luvo pionipt dispatch vvllli
imiiln anil jiuhsengvrs lot thoahove potts.
For freight or pubsagu, having tit)
PEHIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM, Q. IRWIN & CO.. Aireuts
Clittf Office, 23 Cannon Street, Loudon, Caglmiil,
Packages hooked to moit paits of Ihe
world. Packages obtained fiom abroad.
Through unlets i-raiicd to destination.
Agents for Haw alinn Islands, Old Ca
pitol lliilldlngs. TiMi 1m
(Late of the Customs)
Begs leave lo Inform the public, mer
chants and others, that he Is piepaiod
to iiudeitakii tho collection of bills, ap
praiser work, and making Invciitour
of bankrupt and other Mock". Tjpo
Wilting done with neatness :nul iiis
patch and at inodetaiu into-.
SSf Olllee at Sanders' L'Npiew. King
Bell Telephone 401: p. 0. Box 333.
Artlllclal Teeth from one to an entire
set luseited on gold, silver, allimiimim
and rubber Iium-h. Ciowii and Hridge
Work a specialty. To poruoim vveftriug
ruhhur )lates which are a coiiBtant
soiircu ot iirilnlioM to the month unit
tluoit, wo would recommend our Fio.
phyhictiR Metal Phiie. All opeiatlons
peitormt'd In accordance with the latunt
mproveiiieats in dental soieiiee. Teeth
Extracled without pam ,y ihe use or
Niliona Oxide Oaa.
tOfllce at Old Tregloun Hi-Hidfoce
Holul otreet. Foh.tiO.SU
A NATI'KAL Minoial Water. Foi
VV halo only by
W. S, I.L'OF
Sole Agent A; Inipoiier' tor tho Yi'.i
w.ill.ui Lslanils. frj, tf
CHANGE or KESIDKNCF.
Has riuioved from Foil t tret to Ho.
hello Lane, Pah ..ia.
Omoic llnuim; y a. m to is m. m il
I. m. to II 1'. m.
Mutual COn-SaTELEPHONESier-Eell 475
VOll SAL 12
IIHKWOOl) for mlo nl llhwallou
X. Commercial HalebiooniH. (omei of
Queen unci Nuuttnu streets, 4(18 (