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Hi. 2.Stu. :ump. )i. in, nf Honolulu Obsoi v iitory
time. It li tjlxen by tlioxtcani wlilstloof thu
Honolulu riiinitiK Mill, ii few doom ubovo
tlid Ciintom House. Thu tmino wlilstlo Is
couniluil coiii'ctly tit Honolulu menu noon,
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THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1892.
Stun- .1 A Cummins from Koohtn
Sehr ICuulilua from Kauai'
Am bktue Amelia, Wunl, for Sun Frun-
Stmr Iwaliini foi Hauiiikui
Schr HuleaUla for Ivotia, Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at
2 p m
Tlie bark Newsboy
charging eo.il to-day.
Thu bark bonoma received Waimanalo
sugai ftoin tin: steamer J A Cummins
SPKOULL-W ATLACE -At ttte church
of t. Augustine, Kohalti, Hawaii,
March 1st, by the Rev. J. M. Mlver.
A. M. "proiuPof Honolulu, to Nllie
Wallace of St. Amhcws. Scotland.
PRAISE FOR THE PARADISE.
The following letter from Mr. II.
(J. Lyon, in charge of the tourists of
the 'Raymond & Whitcomb party,
speaks for itself, and I trespass upon
your kindness and space to give it
publication. The tone qf thu letter
is in exact keeping with the many
kindly nqtices which you have given
both editorially and locally in the
Bulletin, and your truly journalistic
courtesy is fully appreciated by
Editok I'akadisi: of Pacific.
Honolulu, II. I., Feb 29,
Dear Paradise of thu Pacific:
A student in college once, asked
the'professor if the sun spots were
visible in the day tinRs. It was a
curious question, yet it is doubtful
if it indicated it degree of ignoiatice
more den-.e than is often evinced by
inquiries which people in the United
States make relative to the people,
clifimte, customs and condition of
the Hawaiian Islands. Thanks to
tie gracious mission which you are
performing month by month, dear
Paradise, the nations which have
long sat in great geographical and
Other olpgical daikness -begin to see
light; und as "seeing is believing"
the knowledge and faith are now be
ing shown by such works as have for
a preface a bit of inal do iner the
ill st day out of the Golden Gate, but
the inuui portion of the "column of
travel" is filled with glorious days in
Honolulu, trips to the Volcano,'
moonlight tides to Waikiki, glorious
Sol-baths on the sky-kissing heights
of Tantalus, and drinking fresh in
spiration from thu only and original
Punch Bowl. I sun so glad to tell
that in every State of Our great and
Ignorant Union you the most "glatUy
:...! i ,i . .T i i.ir.., i i
coined and icadf and believed anil
ked about. probably no other
er of your bUo has over been ro
ved. Seriously, deur Paradise of
te Pacific, let mu whisper it Into
your ear gently Ic&t I unduly ai-oimo
your vanity, you are for pue tliillfj
ll09t deoidudly unique (and you
know that is saying almost everything
In one word) uiul you please while
you instinct, and you arc a favorite
medium for the advertiser, a stimu
lator of tourist travel, and a publica
tion of which the Hawaiian Kingdom
should be very proud and toward
which it should ever extend a liberal
liand. Yours admit (ugly,
Every family should be provided
with some lellahlo medicine for bowel
complaints, A fair trial will toiw
viiicu uny one that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dlurrhum Remedy
is without an equal; besides it is
pleasant to take. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Bon-J
son, Smith & Co., agents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2 is to
have a linreo fur its hose curt.
Undrkwihtku's sale of black silk
crepe by L. ,1. Levey nt 10 to-morrow.
M K. MomiAN will hold a mile of stocks
olsewhero specified l noon to-morrow.
Tun Honolulu Iron Works closed
up nt noon toil ly out of renpeot to
tho Into Geo. Luens.
Mu. V. O, Jones and family have
removed from Boston to Newton,
Mass., Mr. Jones' old home.
A social and dunce was given by
the oiHcers of II. B. M. S. Pheasant
on board ship yesterday evening.
Diamond Head, U p. ni. Weather
hazy; wind light northciust, Whalers
Calilorninand Northern Light oil' port.
Till: new hand stand On the Hawai
ian Hotel grounds will be quite an
addition to the beauty aspects of the
Thf. Supremo Court Clerk's office
closed ut i o'clock this afternoon out
of respect to the memory of the late
. Mil. Jab. Saviuok, Into purser on one
of Wildor's steamers, is reported to be
in n critical condition from nueuiism
ot the heart.
It i- reported thai the whaling
bark California will come into pun
and discharge her lie hundred batrels
of oil lo-morrow.
The now six-foot water wheel in the
Government electric lii;lit station,
Nuuiuui valley, has been put in opera
tion and works very well.
The Kiiiuliim Boat Club will meet
this evening fur business in connec
tion with the regatta to take place at
Pearl City on March Nth.
The funeral of thu late Mr. I). R.
Niccolls was largely attended. Ser
vices were conducted at the house by
Rev. E. G. Beekwith, D.I).
The annual meeting of the Catholic
Benevolent Society will bo held at the
residence of Mrs John Bowler, King
street, to-monow (Friday), at 2 o'clock
The Police Court room was crowd
ed with Poitugiu'se this morning to
hear the trial of n prominent Portu
guese merchant charged with a penal
Mr. Levey will hold an underwrit
ers' salo of bl.ick silk crepe, damaged
on voyage of importation, nt 10 o'clock
to-morrow, and a 15-year old California
colt at noon.
Preparations for the Queen Dow
ager's charily luau are progressing
favorably. The a flair will take place
at the Berctam.i street armory on
A native named Kawnhaule en mo
to his death nt Kukuihaele by his
furious riding, which brought him
into collision on the road with an
other man ou horseback.
March 17th is tho natal duy of Ka
mehamehn III. and Hon. A. Cum
mins. It is also the occasion on which
all patriotic sons of the Emerald Isle
celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
The Fire Department, Knights of
Pythias, Odd Fellows and American
Legion of Honor nre nil called to at
tend the funeral of the late George
Lucas this afternoon. Tho Royal Ha
waiian Bn.id will bo in the pr cebsion.
Engine Co. No. 1 will present Muster
Harry Niclwls with a gold nipdal, up
proprintely inscribed, for his appear
ing oii their engine in the lute tire
men's purudu. A picture of the little
fellow in fireman's costume has been
Mr. Robt. B. Brenhuiu wus admit
ted to practice in all courts of the Ha
waiian Kingdom this morning, by
Chief Justice Jmld. Mr. Brenhum
showed .i ceitilicntu of membership of
the Supreme Court of State of Cali
fornia. Rememher that there is only uuoth
er duy before tho sale of tho Aqua
Muriuo lots at Wuikiki, in which the
properties can be inspected satisfac
torily. They ure the finest lots now
uvuilablo on the peerless Waikiki
Three of the boys cjmrged with
larceny of wea'ring apparel from a
Chinamun's store opposito Kaumaka
pili Church, reported in yesterday's
Bulletin, were sentenced this morn
ing to three months' imprisonment ut
His Excellency thu American Min
ister willt Admiral Brown and the
officers of the U. S. F. S. San Fran
eisco paid an official visit to His Ex
cellency tho Minister of Foreign Af
fairs this morning previous to thu
Royal audience ut the l'ahtco.
Two sailors from one of the war
ships in the harbor were out on n
sight-seeing drive yesterday, and met
witi an accident which blight Ipivo ro
suUt'd eprjously to tititfi. When near
thu (iisuno AsylllUU tll horse shied ut
something and started to run, Thu
road being very narrow and in a bad
condition, tho buggy wus upset, throw
ing the occupants out, one of vhoiri
was cut about thu head, the other
escaping with a slight sprain to his
Chief Justice Judd, accompanied
by barristers W. It. Castle and A. S.
Hartwell, left for Walalua this after
noon. His Honor goes to hear the
ejectment case of Harriet Squire ye,
mi D.viii), xy a n uu nmiiM
Ires Iqe uiHunl inspection of the
in question. W. . Castle for
pluiutiff i A. S. Hiirtwoll fop defend
ant. They expept tq rpturn on
IIORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE,
A lleultliful Touir,
FJed in place of lemons or lime
juice it will hurmoniu wjth' suet,!
stimulants as uu rjeeeBfury to tak,p,'
2jf jyp"injv HZ
UNION IRON WORKS.
The Landlord's Dis
Summitry of Decision
Chlel" Juaticu Jmld.
A decision was rendered by Chief
Justice Judd to-day in the case of
A. J. Cartwright, W. F. Allen and
Y O. Smith, Trustees of tho Union
Iron Woiks, vs. II. A. Widemann,
landlord, replevin. The case was
heard jury waived by consent. The
decision covers a number of type
written pages, wading through the
different lease made by defendant
to the Union Iron Works Co.
On December 29, 1890, the Union
lion Works, duly authorized by vote
oi tue stockholders, executed nn in
denture of mortgage to A. J. Cart
wright, W. F. Allen and W. O.
Smith, ns trustees.of nil its franchises,
lenses, plants, stocks, contracts, and
The object of the indenture is ex
pressed to be tho receiving of bonds
of the company to the amount of
850,000 and interest about to be is
sued by the company. It contained
inter alia a clause in the part slating
a trust that the company was al
lowed to use and occupy the premises
and property and take income and
profits until default.
The Trustees had power to enter
and take possession of the property
and carry it on for tho benefit of the
bondholders upon default for thirty
days in the payment of the bonds or
interest, or upon breach of any of
its contents ; also, if Trustees find it
impossible to pay the bonds, to sell
the property and pay bonds. And if
company pay the bonds then these
presents are void.
The company, however, became
two quaiters in arrears for rent and
Mr. Widemann, landlord, signified
his intention of seizing the property
One of the Trustees hearing of
Mr. Widemann's intentions applied
to Court for the appointment of re
ceivers. The landlord, however,
made distraint before the receivers
The question of great difficulty is
raised by plaintiff that defendant or
landlord hud no lien and therefore
the deed of trust (or mortgage) was
effective to transfer title to the trus
tees, and so the property seized is
not that of tenant. The Court was
unable to find that the statute creates
a lien upon the goods of a tenant
from beginning of tenancy, and
therefore the right of distress of a
landlord could be defeated by a
bona fide subsequent mortgagee, who
takes actual possession of the goods
before the distraint is made. In our
case this wus not done. To defeat
the distraint the mortgagee would
have to take the goods. The seizure
of defendant was valid therefore.
The goods so far as defendant was
concerned were those of a defaulting
A. S. Hartwell for plaintiffs; P.
Neumann and F. M. Hatch for de
fendant. NOBLES' ELEGTIUN CONTESTED.
Coiitnlii ItoH unit Fifty OIImth I'
tlou the Mupremi' Court.
Captain John Ross, one of the
Liberal parly's candidates for No
bles in the late election, has this da'
filed a protest against the election of
the Nobles declared elected for the
Island of O.iliu.
The protest and petition to have
the election set aside is signed by
Captain Robs and fifty others, in
cluding Hon. C. W. Ashford, Col.
Ashford, Hon. S'. K. Pua.
Ke't forth at length in the docu
ment, the grounds of contest may
bo ijriefly stated us follows t
Tiiat the ballots used, in the elec
tion of Nobles did not contain the
woids, "Election for the year 1892,"
in Hawaiian as well as English, viz.,
"Koho una no ka makahiki 1892."
That the words, "Special Elec
tion," in" English were not repeated
in Hawaiiuh, "Koho Balota Kui
kawa," over the names of candidates
respectively for the four and two
That Mr1.' Waterhouse's name was
not; printed also in Hawaiian on 1119.
ballot, "Walakahriuki,-' us were the
names of the other candidates, not.
h'uyjiig exclusive, fluwaijau names,
VettiohcrB claim that all these
omissions were contrary to law. It
is likely that on order for hearing
will have been signed by Judgo
Blckcrton, presiding Justice for the
woek nt Chambers, this afternoon.
According to rumor, it is not so
very long ago that the present ad
ministration issued an order to the
effect, that all Government advertise
ments muBl be given to the (.79.11) nig
Bulletin and ijqlomifa. In View of
lftrly Pfttiopugo, as hero suggested,
Why should tho Liberals not be ro
cugnfced by any of tholr purty who
tttko oHIqu? fhq Road Hoard has
upward of thirteen hundred working
men to pick and ohoogo from. It is
therefore n stuprlso party to find
them hunting up available umtoiinl,
biich us bono and sinew, from thu
other side, Their appointment do
not need endorsement cerai(iy", yet
ciiticism )s In o'rdftr,
, Glass Houe,
Honolulu, March a, 18U2.
Kiclno Compnulox I i llnmir to the
Inte ex-Cliler Unirlncer.
Engine Co. No. 1 held a short
meeting yesterday evening nt their
hall, about fourteen members being
present. In the absence of Foreman
Robert More on Kauai, Assistant
Foreman ,1. D. McVeigh called the
meeting to order. Mr. P. O'Sullivun
eulogised the late Geo. Lucas as a
fireman, praying that his mcmoiy
should be held deur in Hie hearts of
all true members of the company.
The deceased had been a warm
adherent of that company and his
career in the department was most
honorable. Mr. O'SuIllvan moved
that a committee be appointed to
draft suitable resolutions to be pre
sented to the bereaved family of the
lute fireman. Messrs. W. F. Wil
liams, Barney Ordenstein and J. J.
Sullivan were appointed, after which
the meeting adjourned out of respect
to the memory of the ex-Chief.
Mechanic Engine Co. held a meet
ing in their newly renovated halt
under electric lights, Foreman W. II.
C. Greig presiding. They passed
the following resolutions on the death
oi wio iaie vjco. ijucus, aim adjourned
out of respect:
"Whereas, it hath pleased God to
remove by death the late George
Lucas, ex-Chief of the Honolulu Fiio
"Resolved: That this company re
cord its. regret at thu untimely loss
of one who was a staunch member of
the department, and that the olllccrs
and members of this company sympa
thize with the family relations of the
deceased in the hour of their atllic
tion." LARGE INSURANCE CONCERN.
The Report and Accounts of the
British and Foreign Marine Insur
ance Co., Fid., to Dec. 31, 1891,
have been received from Messrs.
Theo. II. Duvics & Co. The pre
miums taken for the year 1891
amounted to 55:1,02-1 lis. Gd., and
the claims settled to 23G,550 3s.
Id., leaving a net balance, after de
ducting expenses, of 271,599 17s.
1 Id. at the credit of underwriting ac
count. The net amount insured was
97,392,567 (about S18G,000,000),
of which 8,441,117 remained at risk
on the 31st December, 1891.
NOT DIGGING TO-DAY.
Steam is up in the new dredge this
afternoon and the pumps uic work
ing. A goodly volume of water is
discharging on the esplanade, about
two hundred yards from the dredge.
There ure no dredgings coming with
the stream, however, as it has been
found that the water is too deep
over 30 feet beneath the drilling
apparatus to be reached. The dredge
will be swung round over shoal
water, and probably do some digging
to morrow forenoon.
SAFE AND RELIABLE.
"In buying a cough medicine for
children," says H. A. Walker, a
prominent druggist of Ogden, Utah,
"never be afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. T'Lere is no
danger from it and relief n always
sure to follow. I particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's because I found
ii to be safe and reliable." 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Beu
son, Smith & Co., agents.
Get your boots und shoes mtido
und repaired by tho old Wniluku
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on East
Hotel street. Fiist-cluss work, low
Plensaut Furnished Room
with b.ith on Ueretuula
street nenr Tlioinns Square;
terms cheap. Apply at this office.
A SPECIAL ineetitiK
of the stock-
XX holders of the Honoknn
company win no ueiu on sai uhuai
NEXT, Maich fi, 1SU2, tit 10 o'clock
A, m., ut the pfllco of F. A. Scliaefer
& Co. II. REN.JKS,
Honolulu, Mnich 3, 161)2. 3(10 2t
Pnttly Furnished House
opposite tlin New llusc-
ball Giotinds, situate at the
corner of I'ilkol and Luniilllo streets.
Comfoitnbly arranged with hot and eold
w-iter, anil other modern improvements;
will rent furnished or otherwise.
Apply to ('HAS'. .1. FlSIIEL.
3.W, 2y ' '
Firewood For Sale
W7E have juet lei-elved a small lot of
TT Algeroba Fhowood which we
offer for siilu m lots to stilt for cash.
358 1111 HLTSTAC'K&OO.
MONEY TO BUILD HOMES.
IF you have a lot, I will build you u
house, und (innl-li the money oil
easy terms. .1. L. MEYER,
Mutual Tel. CG2; P. O. llox 387.
' si; If
IV yPH Mini a Klrht-elass Job of Pulnt
ing of any dencilptloii doue, cull on
the Practical Painter,. I. L. Mkyvm only.
Fort street 1H0. P, O. Uox 387. Mutual
Telephone C(U. 108 tf
T7 M. WALSH,
Law. Office lu
I eh ll-!2
Tho buHj, thing to ctl to
your frledn lOmmd in King
Hrs. I'UuHtruted Houvonir
of Hawaii, which is gotten
up tor tlio nurnoBe aufl ia
not an advortlbemont.
THE SUGAR PROBLEM.
HorKliiiiti "ml M
NlMll-CI' III ;iiiplj.
The people have a conect idea of
the amount of ugar produced at pre
sent from the root of the sugar beet.
Thirty ycais ago the gtent sugar
producing belt of the woild was in
the tropics. Now it is in the tem
perate zone. Sugar from beets
timing this tunc hns reduced the
iviingc cHi 10 less than one-half its
fuiriu price, md this result has
l.uih, been iii-ought about by thu
labor nf wage wmkeisin competition
with ilave labor. The great fall in
ilie value of sugar threw into bnuk
wiptey :i majority of the sugar plan
tuiH of I lie .tropics.
In 18S5 we received from Austria
Hungary only 7,130.40 worth of
beet sugar. In 1890 this had in
creased to S3, .Wi, 812. 52, and im
mense quuntitbs have been imported
ftoin Fiance and the German empire.
Sujjar will never again be a costly
article. The making of sugar from
cane has been wonderfully improved
and cheapened during the last ten or
fifteen years, and is now pel haps
again the cheapest source of sugar.
The great European countries will
continue to foster by bounties the
production of sugar from the beet.
They dare not do otherwise, for, in
the event of a general war, if they
depended upon the importation of
foreign sugars their supply would be
cut off. The United States will be
forced to continue tlio fostjuing of
her sugar industries for the same
reason. The industry now is so ex
tended that there can be hardly a
possibility of a general failure of the
crop in any year throughout thu
world. Local failures will have little
effect, for the reason that huge
amounts of sugar are produced in
three distinct zones, and ui.der pre
sent conditions our vast forest9 of
sugar-producing maples will be con
served, not 10 percent of which, have
as yet been utilized. There aic tuns
of thousands of acres of sugar
maples around the head of the great
lakes, growing on land unsuited for
any other purpose. The sugar maple,
under government control, could be
made the cheapest source of local
sugar. Sorghum does not hold out
much promise, though experimenta
tion with the plant may originate
varieties of great value. The future
of the sugar supply seems secure.
What a host of grateful letters we would
leceive. we'ie sine thuy would thank
ns for the "Jli.pah" Nipple which we
have introduced for their benefit. This
nipple helps to preent colic and is ery
durable. We have sold some neatly
every day since wfftold you about them.
They know that sfiineUmes hud food.
ate palmed off 011 them. Yon may not
discover It until sickness reveals the fact.
You can always procure fresh Mellin's
Food from us ns we have made arrange
ments to have a new supply conic by
every steamer. Thu lust "Australia"
brought n fresh lot which we can offer
you at 00 cents per bottle and S7 per
do.en for the large sizo. We've Ridge's
Sugar of Milk is the thing to use for
sweetening infant foods. Try It and be
Lime Water Is used for acidity. We
make It from one of the most approved
Of Nursing Bottles we have several
kinds. The (Jruiluated Bottle you'll find
a great boon. Hating a sculu divided
into ounces enables you to bo veiy accu
rate. Mothers will appreciate this iu-
Then we have Nurbery Soaps and
Sponges Puff Uoxes, Puffs and Powder;
dainty Utile Infant Unc-hes and Fine
For some of the Ilttlu baby's aches
and pains we have a long list of popular
Wo haven't the space bete to enume
rate all the requisites which we keep in
this line, but we can supply your wants
just the same, for we keep them all.
Remember we have a telephone. King
up No. 428 ou either Hue if you wuut
the New Drug btoie.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Cornor IT-ort "t IClnu- truulH,
MISS N. VOl GERICHTEN,
Professor of Dancing
Children (from 3 years upwards) Class
In Halt apd Fancy Dancing and Physical
Culluie every Saturday, from 2 to 0
r. M. Terms, 83 a month In advance.
Visitors allowed on Saturdays,
Adults' Chibs in Hull Boom Dancing
every Wednesday, frutn 7:30 to 1000
I. M. Qcuts, 95 Ladies, 93 u mouth lu
INI I'orl Hlreet.
ARION HALL, j
Kvery Niiturduy Kveninu;.
Commencing Next Sutiuduy, March Bib.
jgy Iusti actions from 7 to 8 1: m.
.Social D.incu fiom 8 to 11 i m.
lay- Tickets foi Four Evening, includ
ing Gentleman and l.iulies, sa.&u.
Steamer for Victoria & Portland
The S. S. ZAMBESI
Will he due at this port from China and
Japan 011 or about March Ut,
mid will leae soon after for
Victoria & Sound Ports.
tar For terms of height und pamago
' 353 lot THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.
M .c3Jhv :- -
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Of every sort abound wherever civilization penetrates. The individual
above is the crank ino-t liked by the fair sex becausu he thinks he has a
machine which, by filling the o Under with silks, ribbons, straw and flowers,
and turning the crank he can instantly
bonnets. We're cranks 011 the subj.
line. It pays to be cranky when 11
as the FISCHER STEEL RANGE .md
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
Gentlemen Attention !
READ THIS AND IT
UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS. Come and' see the re-enforced
Unlaundricd .Shirts that we are selling for GO cents.-"'"
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
Slimmer Merino all wool, including Or. Jaeger's make.
WiEN'3 SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bul
bringan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that wi! are selling for 25 cents a pair.
MEN'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-lland and Ties of all kinds.
S Sec our White P. lv. Scarfs that we arc selling 2 Tor 25 cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 15 for $1, they are good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits. Trunks S Valises of all'kinds.
104 Fct Street,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
New Goods by
PLANTATION SUITL1 ES,
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
(Fiom 1 Gallon to S00 Gallons).
46T" "We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and ure
prepared to quote special prices foi an' quantity.
PACIFIC IIAliDWARE CO., L'd.
egars, Pipes & Tobacco,
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
VST NUW (JOUDS BY KVKUY STKAMKU. -a
-irf-r-TT -r-rm-i- n 1 1 -- 1 fwm mmwmw h mwiw
Orib TibMos, Etc m R-ewarl i
I have junt leturned fiom tho Coast
nd have hioui;ht with me a
have hi ought with me a
line lot 01
Washington or Riverside, Nnv 1
Mediterranean Sw 0.
o k a n g m 'v i i: i:.- :
Also, a lot of Kxtru Fine
VAItlHTIKN OF UOMKS !
And other things. They can ho m-uii 011
Alukea street, above King, wheiu I will
he dally fiom 8 a. m. to & 1'. il.
35(J()t H. J. HHODES.
ban leceu'tly uilih-d a large
Single Rooms 1 Baths Attached
WHICH Will, III: I.KT
Willi or Wllliout lliini'd,
WM. B. HOOPER,,
' 350 3m
-t 2? M
produce an assoitiucnt of hats and
. ! of good articles in the hardware
-iii uch things into the Kingdom
Ii .VI LAND CHINA.
Late Arrivals !
QJOMK irii'spoiiMbloriifcCiils have cir-
iJ culalcil what purports to be clip-
1 cijlaU'il what purports t
tigs' fniip the 'New Yprk
pings limn tlio -nuw jirK uciuiu ot
J.uiuuiy 2f), 1M2. Thu article hlan-dii-
I he Ni:w Yoiik Lin: Insuuanck
l'u.Mi.s und ii- ptob.ibly the cowardly
work of t-iinipplitois The ii-stio of
tho New York Herald contains noth
ing like il und no other notice tli.ui
that President Heeis is likely to bo re
tained, 'litis tendt. to refute all slan
ders ngtiiiiht the Company,
1 now oiler a rewind of Five Hun
dred Dollain for the discovery of thtt
.iiithorphipof the lying statement and
ftirguiy distributed in these islands
'(ini'ofniiit; tho Nkw Yoiik Likk In
O. O. nKRQKK,
gent for the Hawaiian Isl-
Plutnro Framus iniulo to
ordor from latent styles of
mouldings, ltunovation of
i old pictures a specialty.