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Having been duly notified by Hon.
J. S. Walker, President of the Legis
lativo Assembly, lhat b the adoption
of tlie report of tho Judicial y Com
mittee tho election held at North
Hilo District is declared to bo void,
and tliulDisttict has no Kupiconia
tivc in this Houte.
Now therefore, by irtueof tho pow
er ested in me by Law, 1 do hereby
give notice (but u Special Election
lor Representative will be held in tho
said District ol North Hilo, Island of
Hawaii, on THURSDAY, the 30lh
day of June, 18U2, between the bonis
of 8 o'clock a. M. and fi o'clock p. m.
Third District of Hawaii (N. Hilo)
consists of that portion of Hilo and
Hamakua, from the Hnkiilaii Gulch
to ihe-bed of the Kulapapuu Gulch in
Hamakua (between lCuhiinu and
ICainelie), to include all of Kukaiau.
First Precinct From Hjkalau
Gulch to the Hamakua side of Lau
Polling Place Court House, Lau
pahoohoo. Inspectors Geo. Kaihiniii, Chair
11. Iv. Unea,
Dr. L. S. T'huinpiiOii.
appointed for Election
B. B. iMacy,
Second Precinct From Laupahoo
boe Gulch to Kulupapuu Gulch.
Polling Place Kuala Church.
Inspectors Geo. F. Benton, Chah
S. K. Hainu.
appointed for Election
C. N. &PENCEU,
Minister of the Interioi.
Interior Oflice, June -1, 1802.
439 31-23 4t
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1892.
The annual public examination of
the Kawaiahao Seminary took place
in the School Chapel this morning at
t) o'clock. Her Majesty the Queen,
attended by Mrs. J. 0. Carter ami
Mr-.. Clark, was present, besides Mrs.
H.iulelca and a large number of visit
ors and parents of the scholars. The
exercises opened with a chorus sung
by the whole school. Bible recita
tions were then had, after which Mr.
W. R. Castle conducted the school
through scriptural quotations. Miss
Pope, principal, occupied a position
ou tho platform near the Queen and
supei intended the different examina
tions. A piano duet, "Mazurka," by
Violet Lima and Lydia Aholo was a
pleasant rendition. Another piano
duet, "Last Waltz of the Lunatic,"
was given by Rose Auatiu and Helen
Wilcox, an effort which was highly
appreciated. Mental arithmetic and
reading by the secondary department
under Miss Armstiong, was gone
tluough in a way that showed the
careful training to which the girls
have been subjected. The class known
as the Lihuokalani Education Socie
ty's, sang two selections, "Gently
Kail the Dews of Eve," and "Buy
My Flowers," pleasingly, the latter
song being especially sweet. The
girls wore silver circular medals with
a crown in the center, suspended
from a clasp fastened above with a
bow of blue ribbon.
The Kindergarten recited the
"Bput's of the Body," simultaneous
ly in a clear nnd distinct tone of
voice, a feat which is seldom acco'ii
plished at public schools with Hawai
ian children. Miss Winter (submitted
her class to severe English and
Arithmetic questions, being answered
with delightful piomptncss. The
normal class under Miss Appleton
sM but closed the exercises of the
d i.v. This class's work was the most
interesting, the queries put to them
being in regard to methods of teach
ing. After questions about mental
and physical phenomena of human
kind, the class was given certain
children to teach, on the board,
whatever branch they wished. A
few of the giris engaged in a game of
history. The excrcibes closed witli
a choriiH, "How Bright and Fair,"
by tin' fcchool.
Mjss Pope then escorted Her Ma-
,jsty the Queen and ladies to the
dining room where were laid out aud
for hale on tables cookery of every
description and fancy articles, pic
tures, libbons, etc. Examination of
f the roc kery proved that the things
were of no mean older, and the fact
that the girls know how to cook and
cook well. The fancy lace work and
uudi rwear were very pretty and re
llectrd ci edit on tho cjlicieut staff of
I he following is the stuff; Miss
Jtopc. principal ; Miss Han is, Miss
iWinttn, Miss Appleton, Miss Had-
i-h-y, Miss Armstrong, Miss Van Aug-
iid, Miss biouiu Carney turd Alias
Wednksdat, Juno 8.
House convened at tho usual hour
nnd the preliminary events occurred
as usual. Minutes were approved as
Rep. Nawahi presented the follow
ing petitions from South Hilo: That
segiogation of lepers be stopped nnd
that they receive medical attendance
at their homes. To Sanitary Com
mittee. (2) To repeal thu "Act to
Mitigate." Laid on table for bill.
(8) That 82000 be appropriated for
the building of a landing at Hilo.
To Committee on Commerce. (4)
That $5000 bo appropriated for a
roud from Wuiakea to tho boundary
of Puna. To Committee ou Public
Lands. (5) From one F. S. Keiki
that 8200 be nwarded him for certain
l.nd damages. To Judiciary Com
mittee. (G) That 88000 be appropri
ated as a subsidy for an inter-islnnd
steamer to run once a week to Puna
district. To Committee on Public
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported bill No. 28
printed and readj' for distribution.
Rep. Wilder reported from the
Committee of Commerce on petitions
refcried to them for consideration as
follows: (1) That further importation
of foreign labor be prohibited. Com
mittee recommend petition be laid on
Rep Smith moved that the report
be adopted. Debate was debarred
by the President, which action on
his part brought forth a mild objec
tion from Rep. Smith. The Presi
dent stuck to his ruling and Ren
Smith appealed to the House. The
ruling of the chair was not sustained.
On motion the report was laid on
the table for further consideration.
On a petition from Hilo that a
steam line be established between
San Diego and Hilo this Committee
said that there was money appropri
ated for that purpose by the last
Legislatuie but no persons seemed
desirous of establishing the line.
Now the Hawaiian Government would
require all the money obtainable for
more urgent needs. They recom
mend petition be laid on the table.
From the same Committee, on a
petition relative to the prohibition of
the importing of free rice, recom
mendation that it be laid on the table
Rep. Nawahi offered a resolution
that the sum of 82500 be appropri
ated for the use of the Road Board
of Honolulu, Oahu.
Minister Spencer said that the res
olution was not in any way necessary.
There was money enough to go on
with all that was required. He had
spoken to the Road Supervisor on
the matter and had lecommended a
Rep. Waipuilani moved tho adop
tion of the resolution. He had henid
from the Road Board that no outside
laborers were to be continued on the
roads, only prison labor.
Minister Spencer desired to most
emphatically deny that the work
on the roads was to be stopped. He
was surprised to hear the statement
made. No member of the Road
Board called on him ; he had talk on
ly with the Road Supervisor and
then only advised economy.
Noble Macfurlane considered reso
lution out of order. If an appropri
ation wus required for this work it
must be obtained by bill. Surprised
to hear that funds were exhausted ;
he was pretty certain that there was
yet about 2.0,000 to the credit of
Rep. Nawahi was satisfied if there
was 825,000 yet remaining but not
if there was only 81,000 as he had
heard was said by the Minister.
Minister Spencer (both') "I did
not say so!"
Rep. Nawahi "I had heard that
tiueh was the statement."
Miniate r Spencer I say again that
I never mentioned to anyone such
Rep. Nawahi thought it would be
well to refer this matter to a commit
tee to see who was telling tho truth.
' Ministei Spencer (sotto voce)
"That suits me, trot out your com
mittee." After considerable further debate
the resolution was withdrawn by the
Rep. Nawahi offered a resolution
that the Minister of the Interior be
instructed to report to the House,
(1) Has the Government entered into
any contracts for the deepening of
tho harbor. (2) Has any money
been paid for the dredging of the
harbor. (3) Does the Minister think
tho dredger capable of accomplishing
tho work intended.
Rep. Kamauolia moved that the
resolution be returned and repro
duced in the shape of questions, and
thu Minister to be given a copy. The
speaker refened to the Rules in the
On vote on adoption the resolution
Rep. Waipuilani offered a resolu
tion relative to questions to be an
swered by the Attorney-General re
lative to pay of police, but ou tho de
velopment of debate tho President
ruled the resolution out of order and
it was returned to mover.
Minister Widemann read the fol
lowing answer from Collector-Geuer-al
Cleghorn, to questions propounded
ut a foinier sitting, i, e. : "I beg to
acknowledge the receipt of your
communication covering a question
submitted to Your Excellency by tho
Honorable Representative for Koo
laupoko in reference to tho receiving
of checks iu payment of bonds duo
ut tho Custom Houe, whether there
ia any agreement or understanding us
to the time when such checks arc
"It has been tho custom of this
Bureau for many years to accept gold
checks in payment of duties nnd
which arc poynblo on demand. In
no instnncc, sinco my incumbency,
has there been a refusal to pay, or a
loss incurred by the acceptance of
such checks by me. During tho
transaction of ordinary business,
checks become a medium ot exchange
for the convenience nnd accommoda
tion ot business not only here but in
other countries "
Minister Widcmnnn offered a reso
lution that Bill No. 28, leferiinglo
the consolidation of the laws relating
to the Hawaiian Postal Saving Banks,
bo placed on tho order of the day.
Minister Parker asked for further
time to answer questions propounded
by one of the members.
Rep. Kamauobn presented to the
Minister of Interior a scries of ques
tions relating to the dredging of Ho
At 12 :03 House took recess until
Mr. J. P. Blaizc, nn extensive real
estate dealer in Dcs Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped ono of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in tho
northern part of lhat state during a
recent blizzard, says the Saturday
Review. Mr. Blatze had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
ho was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour after his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaizc
sent to the nearest diug store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which ho had often
heard, and took a number of large
doses. He says the effect was won
derful and that in a short time he
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking the medicine and the next
da was able to come to Dcs Moines.
Mr. Blaize regards his cuie as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Miss Mary Lyle, lately book-keeper
with Egan & Gunn, is prepared to do
stenographing and type-writing at
moderate rates. Graduate of Hcald's
Bushiest) College, San Francisco.
Office with C. J. McCaithy, 35 Mer
chant street. 2-lm
Auction Seles by James F. Morgm.
By order of Mr. K. Podevn, Assignee
of the Estates of Wine "Yick of Hono
lulu, and Wal Kin of Walluku, Maui, I
will sell at Public Auction at my Sales
room On FRIDAY, June 10th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
The Stock of said Estates, comprising
Pants & Suits Patterns
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
442 2t Auctioneer.
Auction Siles by Lewis J. Levey.
Ry order of Mr. F. Sclilcs'ilngcr. As
signee of the Bnnkiupt Estate of Lai
Tlug, will sell at Public Auction, at
On THURSDAY, Juno 9th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
The Whole of the Stock of Merchandise
belonging to said estate, consisting of
MEN'S and BOY'S CLOTHING,
Boots & Shneo. White & Flannel Shirts,
Collars, Underclothing, btiaw
Hats (t Cups,
Prints, White & Brown Cottons,
Ribbons, Denims, Perfumery,
Tobacco & Clgais,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Show Cases,
Chandeliers, Lumps, Etc.. Etc.
l Tho whole to bo sold wltliout rer
servo and in lots to Milt.
TF.lt UN OAHU.
LEWIS J LEVEY,
410 4t Auctioneer.
I. O. O. F.
ALL Members of the 1 O. O, F. and
their KamllieB are requeued to at
tend Memorial Service at Harmony Hall,
King street, NEXT SUNDAY, June
12th, at SI o'clock t. m. All are cor
dially Invited to contribute Flowers.
Per order. M. N. KENNEDY,
Secretary of Committee ou Airuuge
inents. 442 3t
A MAN who umlei stands farming
and taking caie of stock; must bo
sober unci thoiiuiglily posted In his work
and have good lefercuces; none but a
competent mau need apply. Address
"I O. Box L, ' Honolulu. 442 Hn
MVO Nicely Furnished
Rooms ceutrully located.
Enquire Bulletin Grilee.
Auction Sales by.Jamos F. Morgan.
RMEIYKRM SALE OH FORECLOSURE,
Pursuant to an order of llonnrablo
8. B. Dole, Justlco of tho Supiomo
Court, dated the 7th day of Juno, A.
D. 1892, and made in a certain suit in
Equity brought by O.BOLTE, plaintiff,
against L. AKAU and other, defend
ants, for tho foreclosure of a certain
mortgage dated December 30, 1885, of
record in Liber 99, page 100, ex
ecuted by L. AKAU of Walmaualo,
Oahu, and by Du,ck Joy and L
Akau, co-partners under name of
WING JOY KEB CO. of Waimanalo,
Oahu; and by Ung Wa, L. Akuu,
Sing Quon, Ah Quon, Ah Mi and
Chick Sang, co-pnrluera under namo
of QUONG LEE CO. of Waimanalo;
and by Akung, Apong, Ah Sun, Ah
Chai, Aug Gong unci L. Akau, co
partners under natnfe of MAU SING
ifc CO. of Waimanalo; and by L.
Akau, San Ghcenj Ah Cfieohg, Le,
Cheong, Ah Hu, Walloon, Ah Leong,"
Pang Kow and Hong Lop, co-partners
under tho firm name of TAILEE CO.
of Wainianalo; iindti.Aknu, Ah Choi,
Walloon and Wo Chung Co., co-partners
under the fl milium a of KWONG
HOCK CO. of Waimanalo; and by
Am Ngin.Tai Chin, Tin Ban and Tung
Lull, cr-partners under name of
KWONG SING CO. of Waimanalo;
mortgagors, to C. Bulte, mortgagee; I
will tell at Public Auction at the auc
tion rooms of J. F. Morgan, auction
eer, ou Queen street, in Honolulu,
Oahu, at 12 o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, tho 18th day of Juno, A. D.
1892, free from all incumbrances all
the Property aud Premitscs in
cluded in said mortgago and all the
mortgagor's right iu Equity therein..
The Pronertv is as followx
1 Lease from the Waimanalo Sugar
Company to Lau Akau fe Co., (Wing
Joy Kee Co), dated February 1, 1881,
of record in Book Orf. page" 463, for
the term of Eighteen years from
January 1, 1881.
2 Lease from the Waimanalo Sugat
Company to Kwong Lee- Co. (Quong
Lee Co.), dated February 1, 1881,
of record iu Book 08, page 407. for
the term of eighteen yeais from Jan.
3 Lease from the Waimanalo Sug
ar Co., to Mau Sing Co. and Kwong
Hock Co., dated February 1, 1881, of
record in Book 08, page 481, for the
torni of eighteen years from January
4 Lease from (he Waimanalo Sug
ar Co. to Tiii Lee & Co., dated Janu
ary 1, 1881, of record in Book 08, page
470, for tho term of eighteen years
from January 1, 188 L.
5 Lease from the Waimanalo Sug
ar Co. to Tai Sing & Co., dated Feb.
12, 1881, of record in Book 68, pages
474-7, for tho leim of eighteen years
from the 1st of Janu.uy, 1881.
0 Lease from the Waimanalo Sug
ar Co. to the Kwong Hock Co., dated
Feb. 1, 1881, of record in Book 08,
p.igo 477, for tho term of eighteen
years from January 1, 1881.
7 Lease from tho Waimanalo Sug
ar Co. to Mau Sing & Co. and the
Kwong Hock Co., dated February 1,
1881, of record in Book 08, pige481,
for tlie term of eighteen years from
January 1, 1881.
8 Lease from the Waimanalo Sug
ar Co. to tho Kwong Sing Co , duiod
August 9, 188-1, of record in Book 89,
page 330, for the term of eighteen
years from January 1, 1884.
Also personal property mortgaged
by L. Akau and others at Waimanalo
to C. Bulte, as follows:
KWONG HOOK C0MPA.VV Oil KWONO
1 rice mill, 1 paddy store house, 5
houses, cook house, shed, etc.; 28
horses, 16 pair oxen, 22 yokes and
chains, 10 saddles, 3 ox cans, 36 pitch
forks, 30 shovels, 30 spades, 45 hoes,
4 mattocks, 24 canu knives, 8 seto har
ness, 15 ploughs, 1 harrow, 10 mares
and colts, 79 pigs, 07 acres r pc cane,
5 acres young cane, 1 cattle brand.
MAU 8INO COMPANY.
1 hoiibC, 4 horses, 50 hoes, 50 cano
knives, 4 ploughs, 13 thovels, 0
bpades, 9 yokes and 13 chains, 10
pitch forks, 3 baddies, 8 mattocks, 12
pigs, 130 acres upo cane, 50 acres
TAI SINQ COMPANY
1 house, 8 horses, 50
KWONO 81NQ COMPANY.
1 house, 2 horses, 4 mules, 40 acres
ripe cano, 50 acres young cano.
WltfO JOY KEB COMPANY.
1 houo, 10 horBes, 2 mules, 3
ploughs, 3 do., 11 iron chains, 31
shovels, 24 spades, 60 hoes, 12 pituh
forks, 51 cano knives, 20 mattocks, 1
harrow, 4 saddles, 14 sets liaruens, 22
pigs, 2 ox cm ts, 33 acics ripe caue,
217 acres young cano.
TAJ LKK COMPANY.
1 house. 4 horses, 10 oxen, 1 ox
cart, 4 ploughs, 3 shovels, 0 spades, 1
burrow, LI iron chains, 14 yokes, 70
hoes, 30 cano knives, 0 pitch forks, 3
saddles, sets harness, 24 lengths of
flume, GO acres ripe cano, 181 acies
JtflF" And also all other property
of buid mortgagors, whioh is covered
by said tnoitgago, whoihor Bpeoilled
hero in detail or not,
Tho leases and leaseholds are
subject to all thu terms and condi
tions therein contained.
0F Deeds at expense of pur
chasers. A deposit of ton C10) per
cent of the sum bid will bo lequircd
from bidder. Hale subject to confir
mation by thu Couit.
C. BOLTE, lU'ceior.
Honolulu, June 7, 1892. 442-8t
rPO buy ii Dog Cart or
X Two-seated lliaku
with nrlotfU under.' Addi-tutg '!). () ."
.BULUSTLN OfflOO. , 411 St
. ..iu&:-!- iSr'
HE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 80,
KBcu.iEtit a. .Mccamov.
Issues Every Desirable Forrrs of Policy !
It has paid Its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF 00L! ARS.
Its New Distribution Policy Is tho most liberal over offered by any Insurance Company.
I" For full particulars applv to
01 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Auction Sales by James P. Morgan.
Pasture Lauds iu Kapuliulu,
By order of Hon. S. B. Dole, I will
offer for sale at Public Auction, at
my S ilesroom, Queon street,
On SATURDAY, June 18,
AT ia O'CLOOICOON,
The Following Desirable Properties:
1 Lot 37 of the Kapihulu survey,
including an tiea of 455 Hcres and
fenced on the easterly, westerly and
mauka side with Mono wall for the
nioH part. This land is bounded
mauka by the Waialae ro.id. eatleily
by Waialae and westerly by Lot 38.
2 Lots 33, 33 and 34 of ihe Kapa
bulu biirvey, including an area of
389J acres. Fenced in by stone wall
and wiie fence and for a short dis
tance by a Ktivp part of Diamond
Head. Bounded mauka by the
Waialae Iloud, cMerly by Lot 37,
westerly by the ill of Pahoa and nia
kai by 1'ark lots, and has an outlet on
the Park and a water supply for
stock. This land is cleared of lantana
for about of its area.
3 A poition of the III of Pahoa
lying wes-t of the last mentioned land
with tho Waialae road t kit ting its
mauka Miln. Tho new Kapahulu
road cuts across its westerly end.
Area 73 acres. Fenced on its east
S0" All of these Lauds furnish
considerable pasture during a large
part of the year and contain a yearly
increasing growth of alguroba trees,
which furnish a large amount of feed
421 22t Aitetloneor.
SALE OF REAL
Under and by vbtue of au order is
sued out of tho bupieuw Courr. In Pro
bate, dated Hie 13th day of .May, 'f9i,
upon the petition of Alex. J. Cartwilht,
Execuior of the la-t will and iciaiui'iit
of Kllza J. Holt, dcccu&eil, praying for
an oidcr for leave to sell teitaln Keal
Estate belonging to paid decedent's es
tate, I am die erred by the said A J.
Caitwilghr, Kxecutor as afmesdd, to
off-ratVublio 'Miction ar my Salesroom,
in Ilono ulu, ou SA.TJKI) Y, the 1 tli
day of .June,' 1S!), at 12 iiiion ot that
day. all aud (lingular the following des
cnbed plccts or paicels of 'land:
1 All that I'iece or P.ueel of Lmd
situate ar Kipuukolo. in Honolulu, eon-tainiugS-lO
ot an acre, uud du eiibed in
Knyal Patr'iic IOj-C, L. (J. A. 101!). leased
to J. F. Colbuni for S120 er annum.
2 -All Unit Pi-ee or Paicel of Lind
situate at Kal.iu'idiiue. in said llonohi'u
and "known as the 4,L)olrou Premises."
aud ihe s.tine as dosciibed in Koyal Pa
tent 1107. L. U, A. 1037.
3 All that Piece ir Paicel of Land
situate on t'ott t-tteet, iu s.ild Honolulu,
and occupied by J. J. Cat den as a family
lesiilenee. leahu exphliig in May, 1804,
yearly lenial S-HO.
4 AH that Piece or Parcel of Land
situate on Foi t sueet, in said Honolulu,
and occupied by AT W 'larl; as a family
residence, yeaiiy teiital 3480.
5 - All those Ceiialn Pieces or Parcels
of Land situate at P.ilama afoieaid,
aud beini; Apauas 1 and '2 of Koyal Pa
tent -2504. L. O. A 2(J.i."i aud Apuii.i'Jof
Hoy.il Patent '2847, L. O. A. 8.S7U, under
lenBi to Ah In at a ye.uly rental of 8ril).
The above sale in made subject to con
tinuation by thu Court issuing the order
htr- Terms Cah iu U. S Gold Coin.
Deeds at the expense of the puiehaser.
For further paniculate apply to A. J,
JAd. F. MOUGAX,
Mortgagee's Notice f Intention
to Foreclose and of Sale.
IN accordance with the provisions con
tained In that certain Iti'lenttiie of
nioitgigc dated lb 8th day of .May, A.
D. IbUU. mailu by O. W. llait of Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, to Mrs. Adelia
Coiuwcll of the haiuo place and of le
cend iu tho OiUYo of Itegistuu- of Con -eymicu4
in Liber l2li. on pages 40 and
llpio'leels hcieby given ttiatthauu
dm signed Intends to foreuloMi said mort
gage for condition bioUeu. to-wit: non
payment of the piluelpal and Interest
the game being due, and
Notice is hereby given that after tho
epilation of tluee weeks fioni I lie date
o' tlijs notice, the Piopeity In said iticut
gagu dpid clcsciib:d wll be sold at Pub
lic Auction, Iu thecltv ot Honolulu, Isl
and of Oahu, on TUESDAY, thu Hih
day of June, 18!i2, at li! noon of Unit
day, at thu auction looms of J as. P.
For fiuther particulars -ipply to
MJtri. ADEI.I V i QltNWKLL,
Orto A. J. i artwiight, Agent; or to
Cecil lliown. Attoinov-at-L-iw.
Dated Honolulu, May i7, 18'J2,
Piopeity Iu ciiid uioilgage mentioned
lt All that Property situate on f'e
N. E. conn r of lien taula and Punch
bowl stieets, ami btbig apana 2 of Koyal
Patent No '2(il)G. The above piemlVus
have Two Cottages upon llleni. nnd
bilng in a yunilyient.il together of $510.
'2d All that cut tain oilier Property
Kituate ou the K. E. cuiiier of lluielnnla
and Punchbowl sficUs, and being tho
piemlses imou which thu Armory ami
two other Cottages Hand and contain
ing an aiea ol ;S-1U0 of auiii'ie, this
piopeity brings iu a yearly rental of
about QIIOO. 441 fit
lum jou Winn, a l'orirait
Enliirgod c ill on lUnu Bros,,
gut their pricu lil ami Hue
) guiiiptas. Tuoy ounft bobout.
- ' ...
HAVE OPENED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahumanu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Large Assorlmt of Naw Goods u "Union."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
Wew Rug's & Carpets,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old Established
Ics Cliests & Mriprators,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantat on Toils, Iruplem ws & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Vacuum OU Co.'s LuWcatitig Oils I
Always the b-iiiio; mule by a special
'process aud always reliable.
Carbolincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HAKDWAKE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block, Fort & Merchant streets.
1 04 Fort Street.
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to be Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gent'emen, Misses & Children,
-The Adeline Rlnck Stocking? nr Uio Best Made -ft
-DRY AND FANCY GOODS-
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
Chenille Portieres at $G a Pair. Black Beaded Capes for Ladies, $5 Reduced
from $lfi and f20.
GENTS' WHITE, SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A new lino of Chnllies at-JOc, per yard. '12-inch All Wool Dress
Goods, iu Plain, Striped and Checked, reduced Iron)
!)1 to (JOo. per yard, at
B. F. EHLERS & GO.'S, 99 FORT ST,
C3T lirc'RAiiiaUIng under the management of MLSS CLARK. tS8
Good Second-hat'd Uprlnht
'iano: also l Grand Piano, En
quire, of N. F. UOKGIS,
Uppo. Die lo Works, litueiaula bt.
Mutual Tel. 152 U(i lw
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Boinbly of 181)2 aro requested to
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the Clerk. No other forum will
Honolulu, Juno, 4, 181)2.
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