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Foreign Ollico Notice.
Poitr.io.s Omen, )
Honolulu, Juno 8, 1SD2.
Notice litis boon received through
Her Majesty's ConRubGenuntl at New
York, U. S. A , of Iho death of
a Hawaiian bcuuuili, Into of thu Eng
lish bark "Annk'sou," at tho Long
Island Hospital, in the city of Urook
lyn, U. S. A., on April 1st lust.
Any person legally interested in
tho administration of the estate and
effects of tho deceased can obtain
further information upon application
al this office.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Plctlired to ufUhir Sect nor Pany,
Hut rtaonirtl lot the hrnrtit of till.
THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1892.
THEY FEAR THE JAPANESE.
The great increase of Japanese
in these Islands, from periodical im
migrations for contract labor on the
plantations, is attracting attention in
the United States. Two recent visit
ois from California ex-Governor
Perkins and Mr. James It. Carrick
have given their views to San Fran
cisco papers. Both of these gentle
men anticipate a migration of hosts
of Japanese from heie to the Pacific
Coast before a great while, and both
advocate measures for excluding Jap
anese as the Chinese arc excluded
fiom the United States. Like trouble
to that had over the Chinese on the
Coast is feared from the admission of
hordes of Japanese. In view of the
competition among the great uations
of civilization for the supremacy in
comtneicial relations with Japan, the
question of excluding Japanese will
be one of ' the most delicate with
which the United States has ever had
tu deal in foreign affairs. What in
creases the delicacy of it is the fact
that Japan has been making rapid
strides in civilization of late years
Her people are rapidly adopting
Western ways. Her government has
attained to a constitutional parlia
mentary system. Resides, there is
no nation having a more refined sense
ot diguity, nor a nalioiidlily of more
I'hii coming question in the States
ouyln, to contain a hint for the people
of this Kingdom. They have had
the notion dinned in their ears that,
while the United States would not
intoi fere with Hawaiian independence
without Hawaii's consent, all that
the United States wants to induce her
to annex these Islands is adequate
encouragement from this side. The
mere shadow of this now to be doubled
Otieutal question fahould be enough
fu quiet the notion above-mentioned
All of the Pacific Coast States would
rwe as one man against the acquisi
tion of territory peopled in large pio
portion with tens of thousands of
both Chinese and Japanese. These
Oiieutals would on annexation imme
diaU-ly be at liberty to swarm over to
the Co ist from the new Hawaiian
State or Territory. This swarming
over would be iudced most probable,
for at the moment of annexation
every labor contract in the Islands
would become waste paper or a mus
eum relio. Freed from their contracts
tlic Japanese would simply be beyond
control in tho labor market, as the
Chinese are now to a great extent,
and their emigration to the Coast
would speedily follow their newly
IMPORTANT SALE OF HEAL
A perusal of our advertising col
umiib will show a list of valuable
properly to be sold at public auction
by Mr Jas. F. Morgan, on Tuesd.ty,
June 1 1th, at 12 o'clock noon. First
on the list, under a foreclosure of
mortgage, is tho property of the late
C. W Hait, situated on tho corner
of Beit tauia and Punchbowl streets.
The pioporty will bo bold in five dis
1. The family rcsidenco, at pres
ent occupied by Mr. Herrick, rental
2 A cottage adjoining above and
now leuted for 8 IS mouth.
3. Tho corner icsiduiico of Mr. 0.
B, Reynolds, rental 825 month.
I, The residence occupied by Mr.
LalVrre, rental $20 month.
5 The Rifles Armory, rental 835
Tliib is an unusual opportunity to
purchahi' good city pioperty. Now
U the time to buy. For fuithcr par-
lmwmtimmmmfm . m i n ! I " '
Opening ot llio Now ltnlt ltcrcitlon
by tlto .Honibi-i'H.
The flnu hall lately taken by tho
Fire Department for the "fine body
of men," as the Firo Police are often
called, was opened in fine stylo by a
house-warming festival on Tuesday
night. It is tho most spacious fire
hall in Honolulu, occupying tho
whole flat over Fishcl's store at Fort
and Hotel streets. With the assist
ance of gcnciou citizens, tho com
pany has fitted and furnished the
hall comfortably. A good piano adds
a tone of luxury to tho place, and
the artistic picdilectionsof the mom
beis arc further shown in tasteful
pictures and other decorations.
For the opening the hall was
decked with Hawaiian, American and
British flaes, the flag of the.coinpany
being at the rear of the platform.
Besides a large attendance of the
Firo Police, officers of tho Depart
partment and of sister companies
were present as invited guests, also
ex-Chief Engineer Mr. J. A. Hassin
ger, Mr. E. B. Thomas, press repre
sentatives and a few others. Mr.
Thos. Krouse, captain of the compa
ny, presided, with the support of
Sergeants Lind and Bruns. Tho Cap
tain furnished an excellent layout of
choice eatables from the Arlington
as a treat of his own, tho company
supplying beverages that included a
great vaiiety of teetotal drinks be
sides kecr beer.
"Her Majesty the Queen," had
her health drank with tho honors,
after which the followltig bill was
presented, the names of rcsponders
being given :
"Honolulu Fire Department," Mr.
Julius Asch, Chief Engineer.
"Ex-Chiefs," Mr. John A. Has
singer. "Engine Co. No. 1," Mr. Robert
More, its foreman.
"Engine.Co. No. 2," Mr. W. II.
C. Cieig, its foreman.
"Engine Co. No. 4," Col. J. II.
Bovd, its foreman.
"Hook & Ladder Co.," Mr. Geo.
K. Norton, its foreman, and D.
"China Engiue Co.," Mr. Chang
Kim, its foreman, and Mr. Lau
"The Press," Mr. Frank Godfrey,
Paradise of the Pacific, and Mr. Jas.
"Past, Present and Prospective
Friends of the Fire Police," three
cheers by the guests.
"The Fire Police," Capt. Krouse.
Mr. G. (J. Kenyon and Mr. A. W.
Howe taking turns at the piano,
thcte were songs by More, Asch,
Thomas, Kalawaia, Bruns, and others.
In the speeches there were mintiled
with congratulations to the Fire
Police strong pleas for the necessity
of a new central station for the De
partment. TROUBLE Orf SHIPBOARD.
HallnrH Jump Ovcrbonrd Krom tho
Foolins Huey Caiitnln Jlulinuy
There was an exciting time on
board the Hawaiian bark Fooling
Sticythis afternoon. Four deserting
bailors belonging to the ship were
confined in the Police Station until
the ship would be ready to depart.
A few minutes before 2 o'clock they
were returned to the ship by the po
lice. As soon as the manacles were re
moved from the first man who went
on board, he took out a knife and
slashed at Capt. I). Mahany, who
happened to bo standing near, cut
ting his wrist but not seriously. The
captain struck back when a rough
and tumble Tight ensued. The four
sailors ran in different directions and
severally jumped overboard clothes,
hats, boots and all. Two boatboys
went after them and caught one, who
lesistcd aud was struck on the head
andface shamefully, causing a pro
fuse tlow of blood.
Police Captain Larsen went out in
a boat and superintended the arrest
of the others who resisted so that
they had to be handled roughly, and
they were more or less hurt. One of
tho men jumped from the bowsprit
and swam to the bark Ophir, but
was not allowed on board. Ofllcer
Dole went after him, but when taking
hold of him was caught unawares
and knocked almost over the stern of
the boat. The men were all, how
ever, taken on board and put in
irons, and the Foohng Suey sailed
for Manila at 2 :40 p. ui.
The men claim that they had been
ill-treated by tho captain during the
passage here. The opinion of several
of the captains and city front men is
that the Fooling Suey being a Ha
waiian ship and in a home port, the
men should have been paid off and
let go. The men said that they
would never be reconciled with Capt.
I. 0. 0. F. MEMORIAL SERVICES.
Sunday next at 3 o'clock, tho usual
annual memorial services of tho Odd
Fellows will bo held in Harmony
Hall, King street. Addresses will
be delivered by Messrs. W, C. Parke
and J. A. Magoon on the memory of
depaitcd members of this jurisdic
tion. There will also bo appropriate
hymns and recitations rendered.
After the indoor ceremonies the mem
bers will form in procession and thus
proceed to Nuuanu Cemetery to
decorate with flowers the graves of
departed members. Remarks on be
half of thu Order in general will be
made at the cemetery by Mr. P.
Peck, a member of Germauia Lodge,
California. This ia the first year for
tho Odd "Fellows of Honolulu to
make outdoor exercises part of their
Tho best spring mi'diciuo'is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physio but cleanse the whole
Bysleui and purify the blood. For
.fame uy uensou. bumu uo., Agents,
inmmnAmt ww 1 iMiJianu
Auction Salos by Jamas F. Morgan,
TO-MORROW, Juno 10th,
AT 1)4 O'UMMJK SOON,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salcsiooius, for account of whom It
J 3 Coils of Ropo, 7-16 inch.
18 Coils of Ropo, 6-16 inch.
10 Coils of Ropo, 1-2 inch.
20 Coils of Ropo, 3-8 inch.
Damaged on voyago of Importation per
balk "Fooling Suey" fioin
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
By order of Mr. K. Podeyn, Assignee
of the Estates of Whip "Vlck of Hono
lulu, and Wal Kin of Walluku, Maul, I
will sell at Public Auction at my Sales
room On FRIDAY, Juno 10th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. .11..
The Stock of said Estates, comprising
Pants & Suits Patterns
JAS. F. MORGA.N,
Tho undersigned, Alakema Naone,
Administrator of the Estate of Ka
pika Naone, deceased, by virtue of an
order of sale made by the Hon. S. B.
Dole, one of the Justices of the Sup
reme Court, dated May 27, 1892, will
sell at Public Auction, for the pur
pose of paying tho debts of said de
ceased On SATURDAY, June 18th,
AT lis OCtOCtt XOOJi,
At the Salesroom of Jas. F. Morgan,
in Honolulu, all of the following
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE 1
Situated on the west side Eamia
street in Honolulu, nearly opposite
Emma Square, lately occupied .by
Tho Pioperty extends from Emma
street to tho lane adjoining the Chi
nebe Young Men's Christian Associa
tion and will be sold in small lots.
Lots 1 and 2, 10 feet on Emma
street by 100 feet deep, are leased to
rung You Kee, 17 years remaining,
at $180 per annum.
In tho rear small lots will be sold
in sizes to suit purchaeeis.
Lot 12, 5)0 feet on Emma street by
150 feet deep, comprises the Now and
Desirable House lately erected by
tmid Naone. This is an unrivalled
opportunity to obtain centrally situ
ated and easily icntcd properties.
A Man may be seen at Jas.
F. Morgan's auction looms aud fui
ther particulars there obtained.
Administrator Estato of Kapiku
Naono. 443 7t
Pact laii Sltiiiiiiiliip Go.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Go.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
abovo pons on or about tho following
Stmr. "Gaelic" July 2, 1892
Stmr. "Oceanic" Aug. 23, 1892
Stmr. "China" Oct. 3, 1892
Stmr. "Oceanic" Nov. t, 1892
Stmr. "China" Doc. 12,1892
Simr. "Oceanic" ....Jin, II, 1893
Stmr, "China" Feb 20, 1893
Stmr. "Gaelic" April II, 1893
For San Francisco.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho above
poit on or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" ...Juno 21, 1892
Stmr. "Oceanic" July 26, 1892
S&- Round Trip rickets to Yokohama
aud return, $350.
1ST For frulght aud passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
I. O. O. F.
ALL Members of tho I O. O. F, and
their Families are iciiuu-teil to at
tend Mt'inoihil Service at llanuouy Hall,
KliiS struct, NKX.T SUNDAY, June
l2th, at :i o'clock i m. All are cor
dlally liivlted to contribute -Flow era.
Per older. M. N. KENNEDY,
Secretary of Uouiuiitleu ou Viruogu?
" inonu. . "'" ,J? 442 8t
Auction Sales by Jgftas F. Morgan,
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RECEIVER'S SALE ON FORECLOSURE.
Pursuant to an order of Honorablo
S. B. Dole, Justice of llio Supremo
Court, dated tho 7th day of June, A.
D. 1892, and mauo in a certain stiil in
Equity brought by C.HOLTE, plaintiff,
agarlist L. AKAU and others, defend
ants, for tho foreclosure of n certain
niortgago dated December 30, 1885, of
record in Liber S)'J, pngo 100, ex
ecuted by L. AKAU of Wainianalo,
Oaliu, and by Duck Joy and L.
Akau, co-partners under namo of
WING JOY KEF. CO. of WniinaiiHlo,
O.ihu; and by Ung Wu, L. Akau,
Sing Quon, Ah Quon, Ah Mi and
Chick Sam,', copartners under namo
of QUONG LEE CO. of Wainianalo;
and by Akung, Apong, Ah Sun, Ah
Ohai, Aug Goug and L. Akau, co
partners under uame of MAU SING
fe CO. of Wainianalo J and by L.
Akau, San Cheon, Ah Cheong,, Le
Cheong, AhHu", Walloon, Ah Leong,
Pang Kow and Hong Lop, co-paitnors
under tho firm name of TAILEE CO.
of Wainianalo; and L. Akau, Ah Choi,
Win. oon and Wo Chung Co., co-partners
under tho tlnn linmo of KWONG
HOOK CO. of Wainianalo;. and by
Am Ngin.Tai OliinlMn Ban and Tung
Lau, cc-partners under name of
KWONG SING CO. of Wainianalo;
mortgagors, to C. Bulte, mortgagee; I
will fcoll at Public Auction at the auc
tion rooms of J. F. Morgan, auction
eer, on Queen street, in llonoluln,
Oahu, at 12 o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, the 18th day of June, A. D.
181)2, free from all incumbrances all
tho Proporty and Premises in
cluded in said mortgage and all the
mortgagor's right in Equity therein.
The Property is as follows :
1 Lease from the Wainianalo Sugar
Company to Lau Akau & Co., (Wing
Joy Koo Co ), dated February 1, 1881,
of record in Book C8, p.igc 4011, for
tho term of Eighteen years from
January 1, 1881.
2 Lease from the Wainianalo Sugai
Company to Kwong Leu Co. (Quong
Lee i- Co.), dated February 1, 1881,
of record in Book G8, page 4G7. for
the term of eighteen years from Jan.
3 Lease from tho Wainianalo Sug
ar Co., to Mau Sing Co. and Kwong
Hock Co., dated February 1, 1881, of
record in Book 08, page 481, for the
term of eighteen years from January
4 Lease from tho Waimanalo Sug
ar Co. to Tai Lee ife Co., dated Janu
ary 1, 1881, of record in Book 08, page
470, for the term of eighteen years
from January 1, 1881.
5 Lease from the Waimanalo Sug
ar Co. to Tai Sing & Co., dated Feb.
12, 1881, of record in Book 08, pages
474-7, for tho teim of eighteen years
from the 1st of Januaiy, 1881.
C Lease from the Waimanalo Sug
ar Co. to the Kwong Hock Co., dated
Feb. 1, 1881, of record in Book. 08,
page "477, for the term of eighteen
years from January 1, 1881.
7 Lease from the Waimanalo Sug
ar Co. to Mau Sing & Co. and the
Kwong Hock Co., dated February 1,
1881, of record in Book 08, p ige 481,
for tho term of eighteen years fioin
January 1, 1881.
8 Lease from the Waimanalo Sug
ar Co. to the Kwong Sing Co., dated
August 9, 1884, of record in Book 8!),
pago d60, for the term of eighteen
years fiom January 1, 1884.
Ako personal property mortgaged
by L. Akau and otheis at Waimanalo
to C. Bolte, ab'followb :
KWONG HOOK COMPANY On KWONG
1 rico mill, 1 paddy btoro house, 5
houBCh, cook hou.so, bhed, etc.; 28
horses, 10 pair oxen, 22 yokes and
chains, 10 saddles, 3 ox carts, 3G pilch
forks, 30 shovels, 30 spades, 45 linos,
I mattocks, 24 canu knives, 8 sets har
ness, 15 ploughs, 1 harrow, 10 murea
and colts, 79 pigs, 07 acres r'.po cane,
5 acres young cane, 1 cattle brand.
MAU SING COMrANY.
1 house, 4 horses, 50 hoes, 50 cane
knives, 4 ploughs, 13 shovel, C
spades, 9 yokes and 13 chains, 10
pitch forks, 3 baddies, 8 mattocks, 12
pigs, 130 acres ripe cane, 50 acrcb
TAI BIND COMPANY.
1 house, 8 horses, 50 acres young
KWONO SING COMPANY.
1 houso, 2 horses, 4 mules, 40 acres
ripe cano, 50 acres young cane,
WINQ JOY KEE COMPANY.
1 house, 10 liorseb, 2 niulcB, 3
ploughs, 3 do., 11 iron chains, 31
shovels, 21 spades, CO hoes, 12 pitch
foiks, 51 cane knives, 20 mattocks, 1
hanow, 4 saddles, 14 sots harness, 22
pigH, 2 ox carts, 33 acres ripe caue,
217 acreb young calie.
TAI LKK COMPANY.
1 house. 4 horses, 10 oxon, 1 ox
cart, 4 ploughs, 3 shovel, 0 spades, 1
harrow, 14 iron chains, 14 yokes, 70
hoes, 30 cauu knives, ti pitch forks, 3
saddles, 2 sets harness, 21 lengths of
flume, CO acres ripo cano, 181 acres
tJF" And nUo all other property
of baid mortgagors, whiolfis coveied
by said mortgage, whether spociiied
hero in detail or not.
f& The leases and leaseholds arn
subject to all tho terms and condi
tions therein contained,
f& Deeds at oxpunso of pur
chasers. A deposit of ton (10) per
cent of thu sum bid will le required
from bidder, Sulo subject to con Ur
ination by thu Court.
0. BOLTE, Rocoiver,
Honolulu, Juno 7, 1802. 442-81
pO buy a Dog Cart or
JL 'ISvo-seated III ako
with uriced under. Addrets "D. U ."
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO.
ltlOIIAKI A. tfcCllltirV,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its momlicrs since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOiJARS.
Its Now Distribution Poltoy is tho most liberal over offered by any Insuranco Company.
SGT For full paiticulars apply to
S8. A$. JRijK,
l'Jl Rnnornl Aannt. fnr lint Mnuniiim fttlnitilu.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Pasture Lands in Kapuliulu,
By order of Hon. S. B. Dole, I will
offer for sale at Public Auction, at
,niy Silesroom, Queen street,
On. SATURDAY, Juno 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
flie FollovriQfi Desirabh Propsrtlas:
1 Lot 37 of the Kap-ihulu survey,
including an iiea of 455 acres anil
fenced on the easli-rly, westerly and
mauka sidet with stone wall for the
moyt pait. This laud is bounded
niatiWa by tho Waialae ro.Ul, easleily
by Waialue and wesleily by Lot 38,
2 Lots 33, 33 and 31 of (he Kapu
liulu survey, including an area of
389 acres. FoiicihI in by stono wall
and wire fence and for a short dis
tance by a HtiM'ii part of Diamond
Head. Boundid mauka by the
Waialae Ruatl, cnsleily by Lot 37,
westerly by the ill of I'ahna and nia
kai by Park lots, and has an outlet on
tho Paik and a water supply for
stook. This land is cleared of lautana
for about i of its area.
3 A portion of the Hi of Pahoa
lying west of tho last mentioned land
witli the Waialue load tkirting its
mauka side. Thu new Kapuliulu
road cuts aciot.s its westerly end.
Aie.i 73 acres. Fenced on its east
gjST All of theso Lands fumitdi
considerable puslure during a largo
pait of the yeai and contain a yearly
increasing growth of algeioba trees,
which furnish a large amount of feed
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
428 22t Auctloiieor.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF REAL
Under and by virtue of an order is
sued out of the Sum eine Court, iu Pro-
i bate, dated the tilth day of May, IH!)2,
upon tlie petition (it A 1 1!'. ,1. U.utwiiglit,
Executor of the last will and testament
of Eli..i J. Holt, deceased, praying for
an order for leave to soli ceiiaiu Itcal
Estate belonging to wld decedent's es
tate, I am directed by the said A. J.
Uaitw light, Executor as aforesaid, to
offer ut Public Auction at my Salesroom,
in Uouo'ulu, on SATUKDAY, the Hth
day of June, 18112, at VI noon ot that
day, all aud singular the following des
cribed nieces or p.uccls of laud:
1 Alt that Piece or Paicel of Laud
situate at Kapuukulo, in Honolulu, con
taining 3-10 of nu acre, aud ducilbcd in
Koyal Patent 19.M0, L. O. A. 10JU, leased
to J. F. Oolburn for 1;!0 er annum.
2 All that Piece or Paicel of Land
situate at Kalawaliiue. iu said Honolulu,
and Known as the "Dolron Picnnes,''
aud tho same as descilbed iu .Royal Pa
tent 1107. L. C. A. 10H7.
a All that Piece or Parcel of Land
situate on Foit btioet, in said Honolulu,
and occupied by J.J. Oaidcn as a family
lesidence, lease expiring Iu Aluy, 1891,
yeaily rental 84R0.
4 All that I'lece or Parcel of Lund
situate on Foit sticct, iu said Honolulu, '
and occupied by A. V (;laik us a family
icsldencc, yeaily lental 8480.
j -All those t.'eitain Pieces or Parcels
of Lnnd situate at Pahima afoiesald,
aud being Apanas 1 and i of ltoy.il Pa
tent USO-I, L. O. A 201)5 and Ap.ina 2 of
Hoyal Patent 2SI7, L. U. A. 81170, under
leasn to All In at a yearly rentnl of 80.
Thu above sale is madu subject to con
tinuation by the Court Issuing the order
txer Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Deeds at the expense of the purchaser.
For fuithor particulars apply to A. J.
JAS. F. MOKGAX,
Mortgagee's Notice t.f Intention
to Foreclose and of Sale.
ITU accordance with thcpiovlhlnns con
tained iu that cei tain, Iinleuttiie of
niortgago dated the 8th day of May, A.
D. lbOO. iiiiulo by O. W. Hart of Hono
lulu, Island of Oaliu, to Mis. Adelia
Cornwell of tho same place and of re
coid in the Olllce of Itegistiar of Con
veyances hi Liber 12(i, on pages 40 aud
11; notice Is hoieby given that thu un
dui signed Intends to foreclose said moit
gugo for condition biot.cn, to-wlt: non
payment of the piiuclpal aud Interest
thu sumo being due, ami
Notlco Is hereby given that after tho
expiration of Unco weeks fiom the date
o' this notice, the Piopoity in said mort
gage deed descilbod will bo sold at Pub
11c Auction, hi the city of Honolulu, Isl
and of Oahu, on TUESDAY, tho Mill
day of June, 18112, at 12 noon of tlmt
day, at thu auction rooms of Jas. F.
For further particulars Hiiply to
MIW. ADELIA i OKNWELL,
Or to A. J. Oaitwilght. gent; or to
Oecil Blown, Attoiuov-at-Ltw'.
Dated Honolulu, May 17, 181)2.
Propei ty In wild niortgago mentioned
let All that Property situate on the
N. E. corner of Ileretaula and Punch
bowl stieets, and being apana 2 of Itoyal
Patent No 2000, The abovo piomlses
huvu Two Cottages upon them, and
bring in a yearly icutal together of 8510
2d All that ccitulu other Propoity
situate ou tho ti. 10. coiner of Ileiotanla
and Punchbowl stieits, and being thu
pioiuUcs upon which tho Aunory and
two other Uottages tlaml and contain
ing an atea of (iS-100 of an acio, this
pioperty brings Iu a yeaily rental of
about 81100. 441 fit
Wiuiii on wiim a l'oni'iiit
Enlarged cull on lUnu Brim.,
4rt. I.li 41 iv itrlfik liufl. liiwl utfw
to, - v. im m.v .rti "U
4.;w&xfc.ijttiuiil. leytuitbobefcl.wj,iSirii. C 3l
UAVJB OPENED T1JEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahunianu Stroot, Ground Floor, -with a
Larm Assortment ifNewJoois ex "Beimm."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
New Rugs & Carpets,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Port? Street, Honolulu.
T II 12
Oruameutal! Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old Established
Ice Gliests & rMriprate,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantafon Tools, Implorais & Supplies
Paints, Oils !fc Varnishes.
Yacimm Oil Co.'s LuMcatlug Oils I
Always the same; made by a special
process ami always leliablo.
Carboiincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block, Fort& Merchant sheets.
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
..'"" Stockings .
Guaranteed to be Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children,
- Tho Adeline IJluolc Stockings ar l.ho Best Made -QW
-DRY AND FANCY GOODS-
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
Clicnillo Portieres at $0 a Pair. Blaok Headed Capes for Ladies, $5 Reduced
from $15 aud $20.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A now lino of Challies ut -10o, por yard. 42-inch All Wool Dress
Giioda, iu Plain, Striped and Checked, reduced from
1 to COo. por yard, at
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
tsr Diessmaklng under tho management of MISS CLARK. "i
ONE Good Second-hand Upilght
I'lano; also 1 Qiaud Piano. Ku
rpiiro of N. V, HURGKSS,
Oppo. the lei Works, iteietauia st.
Mutual Tel. 182 -HO Iw
UUVAL PREMISES, ai
Reretauii street, opixi
sltu Foit-stieetChuroh. Ap
R, I. LILLIE,
At Thro l, Davles to Co,
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Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
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ALL persons having arcounts
against tlio.Logislativo As-
honibly of 1892 aro rcijuusted Ut
hand their bills in on Legislative
Hl.inU which can bo li.id fiom
thoCloik. No other forms will
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