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Honolulu, 11. 1., Doc. 2, 1891.
lloldors ot water privileges, or thot-o
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied thai the hours for using water for
irrigation purposes 111.0 from 0 to 8
o'clock A. m., anil -1 to 0 o'clock i w.
until further notice.
Bupt. Honolulu N ator Works.
0. N. Sl'KSOKK,
Minister of the Interior.
V i I H
Plritwd to nnthir Sect nor i'arty,
Hut rstaihtked for the Arnrfii of all.
TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1892.
Raw sugar has advanced one-six
tccuth of si cent a pound, or SI. 25 u
ton, since last previous advices. Be
thankful for small mercies and hope
they will continue.
The first two Acts of the present
session signed by the Queen are
olllcially published in to-day's Bulle
tin". They are special appropriation
bills one for paying interpreters
and expenses of witnesses in criminal
cases, and the other for defraying
the expenses of the Legislature.
A Vallejo (Cal.) despatch to the
San Francisco prcs3 among other
items has tho following: "Ashford,
the insurgent now under arrest in
Honolulu, was a resident of Vallejo
in 1870, where he opened a law olliee
with J. F. Wendell, who died recent
ly in San Francisco. Ashford was a
natural kicker against all existing
institutions. He was a great politi
cian aud was the cause of more than
one political row in the old redhot
.. i.i . i
The arrival iu San Francisco of
over twenty Japanese from Honolulu,
by the barkentine S. G. Wilder, has
revived adverse comment there on
such immigration. Our namesake
the Bulletin say3 the crowd is n por
tion of those that were taken to Ho
nolulu under contract by the sugar
pluutuis, aud "a more undesirable
class of immigrants it would be hard
to find. Before long it may be ex
peeled that they will be found work
ing for low wages in some of the
fruit orchards." The same paper
renew-, its advice, previously quoted
iu tlie Bullltix, that steps be taken
to exclude Japanese labor from the
Tito San Francisco papers make
the mi. st, for sensational purposes,
of the arrests for treason in Hono
lulu. There are a good many inac
curacies and some exaggerations.
Attorney-General Whiting is made
to ay by the Examiner man, that a
constitutional amendment has passed
one Legislature, to aboliih the prop
el ty franchise in the election of
Nobles. The Chronicle has this bit
Tlieie is something that always
Hiiggi'Sts the opora bouffe in Ha
waiian revolutions and political crises.
The present upheaval is no excep
tion. Think of a conspirator of the
name of Jim Crow or of IJtbikanc,
the roaring lion bullockj. Hono
lulu ought to furnish a rich field for
bouui ot our writers of comic opera.
The hula-hula could be inserted as a
novel ballet, and the missionary
would make a good rival of Gilbert's
REAL ESTATE SALES.
Mr. Jas. F. Morgan to-day sold
the propei ly of the late C. W. Hart,
uridiT foreclosure of moitgage to
Mrs. Adelia Cornwell. The pieces
ami pi ices are as follows:
Lot ami house occupied by Mr. C.
B. Reynolds, Punchbowl and Here
tiiuia streets, to Hon. Geo. C. Beckley
Lot and house occupied by Mr. L,
L. La Pierre, Beretunia street, to
Captoin J. C. Cluney for 81525.
Armory pioperly, Beretunia street,
to Hon. W. II. Cornwell for 82500.
Lot mauka Herriek place, Puiich
bow I street, to Mr E. II. F. Wolters
The Hei rick place (old Hart resi
dence), Punchbowl and Beretunia
slrtets, to Hon, W. II. Cornwell for
The total proceeds of sale are
S. S. AUSTRALIA ARRIVES.
Tho steamer Australia, II. C.
II Midlctte commander, saJcd from
Sun Francisco June 7th, 181)2, at 2
p. in., with 22 cabin and 11 steerage
passengers, and 48 bags mails. Ex
perienced reinarknbly flno weather
throughout the voyage. Arrived at
Honolulu Juno 14th ut 0 u. m, ,
Tuesday, Juno 14.
House convened at 10 o'clock.
President J. S. Walker in the chair.
Minutes of previous meeting were
read by the Secretnry and by tholn
terprctcr. Miuutes approved as
A llontl of petitions was then pre
sented (drawn by Mr. W. 11, Castle)
by Rep. Kauhi, Noble Pua, Rep.
Wilder, Rep. Ashford, Noble Neu
mann, Noble Peterson, Noble Wil
liams and Noble Macfarlane, signed
by all classes and conditions of men
in the community, aggregating over
2000 signatures and all containing
the prayer that the duty on rice be
Some of the petitions were laid on
the table for consideration with a bill
on the subject, and others were re
ferred to the Committee on Com
merce. ' .
Noble Neumann from the Judiciary
Committee reported on the following
petitions as follows: (1) A petition
praying that a new Constitution be
granted; leeommended to be laid on
table to be considered with any pro
posed new amendments to the Con
stitution. (2) That imprisonment of
contract laborers be abolished. Re
commended to be laid on tho table
until amendments to the labor Inns
are brought before this Legislature
for action. (3) Petition to abolish
all property qualifications for elect
ors of Nobles. Recommended that
the petition be laid on table for con
sideration, with amendments to the
Constitution. (4) Petition of F. S.
Koiki of N. Kohala for S200 for al
leged laud damages. Recommended
reference to Public Lands. (5) Pe
tition from Wilder's Steamship Co.,
Castle & Cooke and others, to be re
imbursed for moneys paid toward the
completion of the Volcano Road. Re
commended that claim is coirect and
the Minister of Interior is authorized
by law to pay the same out of the
appiopiiation made for the Volcano
Road in the session of 1890 and re
maining unexpended. Report signed
by Nobles Neumann and Peterson,
and Reps. Smith and White.
A lengthy discussion ensued on the
one petition relative to the reimburse
ment of moneys advanced by certain
business houses for the completion
of the Volcano Road. The general
feeling of the House as brought out
in the opinions expressed was that
the report recommending payment
be adopted. Minister Spencer said
that he was in favor of it him
self ; he believed the money had been
advanced in good faith and that tho
persons should be commended for
their enterprise. On motion at 12:10
the ayes and nays were taken to
adopt the report of the Committee,
with the following lesult:
Ayes Ministers Spencer, Whiting,
Nobles Peterson, Cummins, Wil
liams, Neumann, Kauhane, J. M.
Homer, Marsden, Young, Baldwin,
W. Y. Horner, Walbridge, Ander
son, Thurston, Wilcox, Kanoa, Drei-
er, Reps. A3hford,Kaulu, Bush, Kau
namano, Nahinu, White, Kaluua,
losepa, Smith, A. S. Wilcox; total,
Nays Nobles Macfarlane, Pua,
Hind, Hoapili, Reps. Bipikanc, Aki,
Koahou, Kainauoha, Waiptiilani, Ka
pahu, Kanealii, Edmonds, Akina;
Absent Minister." Parker, Wide
maun, Nobles Berger, Ena, Cornwell,
Reps. Pua, Wilcox.
Not voting Kep. Wilder, on ac
count of interest. Rep. Nawahi, no
At 12:15 Assembly took recess
until 2 p. in.
ANHEUSER-BUSCH BEER THE FINEST
AND HIGHEST PRICED B'ER
IN THE LAND.
All brands of beer brewed by the
Aniieuslk-Buscu Buuwino Assn. arc
beyond competition. Their beer is
considered the llnest in tho woild,
not only by Americans, but by the
most distinguished brewers of Ger
many and Austria. The finest malt
and hops are used in the manufacture
of their various brands, hence it is
not only the lincst and healthiest
beverage but the highest priced as
well. Corn aud corn preparations pro
duce a cheap and inferior quality of
beer and the productiops ot Aniiku-sku-IJuscii
being free from these in
gredients, command the highest
price, greatest merit and most exten
sive popularity. It.
PLANTATION FOR LEASE.
Hon. W. V. Allen, President of
the Princevillo Plantation Co., iu the
Wkkicly Bui.lm ik issued to-day oilers
the plantation for lease. It has a
complete dilTusion plant with u capa
city of 12 tons ot sugar each 24
hours, ami is well equipped with
houses, rail ttacka, implements, etc.
Thare are 250 acres of plant cane
and 2-10 acres of first rut toons to
come off iu December and January.
It is offered as a line opportunity for
a co-operative company to bo organ
ized. A traveling man who chanced to
bo in the store of E. V. Wood, at
McKees Rocks, Pa., says while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
l girl came iu ivith an empty bottle la.
holed Chamberlain's Pain Balm aud
said : "Muuiuiu wants another bot
tle of that medicine; blio says it Ik
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used," 50 cent bottles for salo
by ult dealers. Benson, Smith &C'o.,
Auction Sslos ly JnmaS F, Morgan.
Auction Sale ofStocks
On THURSDAY, Juno lGlli,
AT 1 O'lJI.OUIi. XOOX.
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
10 SharoB Intor-Islaud Sloam
Nav. Co.'s Slock
50 SharoB Hawaiian Toa &
10 Shares of Wilder's Stonm-
Bkip Co.'s Stock,
2 BondB of Oahu Railway &
81000 Each. Terminal Division 7
Aud to close tho Estate of .T. F. 11. Mar
10 Shares of C. Brewer & Co.,
4-in :st Auctioneer.
Landlord's Mice of Sale !
Having herelofoie, to wit, on the
25th I'ny of May, 1892, distrained for
arrears of rent of tho Chinese Theator
promises, King street, the following
Goods and Chattel, to wit:
8 Clients enntnininc Chinese Cloth-
int;, Garments and Par.iphurn ilia,
Miibks, Pans and Sundries used in
Chinese plays, 1 Chincf-o Jos, Lamps,
Laige Clock, Small Clock, Lanterns,
Chairs, Tables, Flags, Fans, Orna
ments, Chinese Musical Instruments,
Chinese Weapons, Sofa's, Step Lad
ikrs, etc., etc., all used in said Chi
nese Theater, tho same being tho pro
perty of Chook Pun On & Co.
Notice is heieby given that in case
of non-payment of Mich arrears of
lent and costs within 15 days fioni
ibis date the said Goods and Cnattels
will be sold at Public Auction, to wit,
on MONDAY, the 27th day of .Tune
inst., ut 12 o'clock loon of said day,
at the Chinese Theater premises on
King street, Honolulu, near the Oahu
Railwav it Land Co.'s olliee
YIM QUM and
Dated Honolulu, June 10, 1892.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, June 2 1st,
Sffl" The undersigned are now pre
purud to Kstie Thioiigh Tickets from
this city to all points in tho United
tST For further paitieu'ars reminding
Freight or Passage, apply to
Wm. G IHWIN & CO., L'd,
440 Or General Agents.
Per S. S. "Australia."
Al The Beaver Saloon,
II. ,i. KitlVl), Proprietor.
jPSfcS. THE Two Detached Ouser
MMmt 1 vatoiy HulldliiKs built
sSSwSSfor am) used by Piute. Pica
ton and Maictisc, the same being built
for coolness, being tliiiioughly venti
lated with Loiivio ventilator, clothed
inside aud In pel feet condition, buitahle
for bcdi cuius; will lie Hold cheap. Di
mensions of linllillus: l'.'xlil; 14x14,
For tot ins, apply ut once
450 lw Foit.i.t , or P. O. llox 11.
s. ,. "'O'lTAGJi on lieietania
M& KJ Rtieet Xo. 0!). northwest
ta3iS?S coiiier, mi inuiika Mu of road,
containhu; 4 Iiudrouius lichldes Kitchen,
Pantry, Bathroom, eic. Tramway card
p.issiiig. Apply to
lit! lw II. W. .SCHMIDT &SOXS.
JOOA1 TO LET.
FRONT Itoom and a
Middle linuin, at No,
Garden Lane. 4411 lw
TIMltKK enough to maUe 5000 coals
of l'houooil or chin eoul at CO
cents a cord. Apply nl
AMKKTING of Stockholder of the
Haiku Sugar Co. will he held on
TlllNtolAY, .hum ill, lh'.:i, at 10:80
o'clock A. II., at llio olliee of UiiKtlu iV
Cooke. J. 1), ATHKKTON,
444 -It ' Secretin y,
Auction Sales by Janfes F. Morgan,
RliOElYER'i SALE ON FORECLOSURE.
Pursuant Jo an order of llonorablo
S. B. Dole, JiiRlico of the Supreme
Court, dated tho 7th day of Juno, A.
1). 1892, and made in a certain suit in
against L. AICAU aud othors, defend
ants, for tho foreclosure of a certain
niortgago diitod Dcconibor 30, 1885, of
rocord in Liber 1)1), pago 100, ex
ecuted by L. AKAU of Wainiiinalo,
Oahu, and by Duck Joy and L.
Akau, co-partners under naino of
WING JOY KEB CO. of Wainianalo,
Onliu; and by Ung Wn, L. Akau,
Sing Quon, Ah Quon,-Ali Mi ami
Chick Sang, en-partners under name
of QUONG LEE CO. of Wainianalo!
and by Akung, Apong, All Sun, Ah
Chui, Aug Gong and L. Akau, co
partners under name of MAU SING
ifc CO. of Wainianalo; and by L.
Akau, San Oheen, Ah Chcong, Le
Cheong, Ah IIu, Walloon, Ah Leong,
Pang Kow and Hong Lop, co-partners
under the firm name of TAILEE CO.
of Wainuinnlo; and L, Akau, Ah Ohoi,
Walloon and Wo Chung Co., co-partners
undor tho firm naino of KWONG
HOCK CO. of Wainianalo; and by
Am Ngin, Tai Chin, Tin Ban and Tung
Luu, copartners under name of
KWONG SING CO. of Wainianalo;
nioitgngors, to O. Bolte, mortgagee; I
will tell at Public Auction at tho auc
tion looms of J. F. Morgan, auction
eer, on Queen street, in Honolulu,
Oahu, at 12 o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, thu 18th day of Juno, A. D.
1892, free from all incuinbinuccs all
the Property and Premises in
cluded in baid mortgage and all thu
mortgagor's right in Etpiity therein.
The Property is as follows:
1 Lease from tho Wuimauulo Sugui
Company to Lati Akuu & Co., (Wing
Joy Kee Co ), dated Peliruary 1, 1881,
of record in Book (18, pago 41)11, for
tho term of Eighteen years from
January 1, 1881.
2 Lease from the Wainianalo Sugai
Company to Kwong Leu Co. ((juong
Lee & Co.), dated February 1, 1881,
of record in Book 08, page 407. for
tho term of eighteen yeais fioni Jan.
!i Leanc from the Wainianalo Sug
ar Co., to Man Sing Co. and Kwong
Hook Co., dated February 1, 1881, of
record in Book 08, page 481, for the
tenn of eighteen years from January
4 Leuso from the Wainianalo Sug
ar Co. to Tai Lee & Co., dated Janu
aiy 1, 1881, of lecord in Book 08, page
470, for the tenn of eighteen years
horn January 1, 1881.
5 Lease from tho Wainianalo Sug
ar Co. to T.ii Sing & Co., dated Fob
12, 1881, of recoid in Book 08, pages
474-7, for tho tenn of eighteen years
from the 1st of January, 1881.
0 Lease fioni the Waimanalo Sug
ar Co. to tho Kwong Hock Co., dated
Feb. 1, 1881, of record in Book 08,
page 477, for the term of eighteen
years from J.iuuuiy 1, 1881.
7 Lease from the Wainianalo Sug
ar Co. to Mau Sing & Co. and the
Kwong Hock Co., dated Fcbruaiy 1,
1881, of record in Book 08, p ige 481,
for the tenn of eighteen years from
January 1, 1881.
8 Lease from the Wainianalo Sug
ar Co. to tho Kwong Sing Co., dated
August 9, 18S1, of lecoid in Book 89,
p.igo U30, for tho term of eighteen
yearn from January 1, 1881.
Also personal propei ty mortgaged
by L. Akau and others at Wainiiinalo
to C. Bolte, as follows :
KWONO HOOK COMl'ANY OH KWONG
1 rice mill, 1 paddy store house, fi
houses-, cook hou.se, shed, etc.; 28
homos, 10 pair oxen, 22 yokes und
cbuins, 10 saddles, ! ox earth, 'Mi pitch
foike, Ii0 shovels, 110 i-pude, 4o hoes,
4 mattocks, 24 cauo kuivch, 8 Mils hur
nch, Ifi ploughs, 1 hnnow, 10 niaicx
and colt-, 79 pigs, 07 acres i'pe cane,
ii acres young cine, 1 cittle brand.
JIAU HINO COMPANY.
1 house, 4-hoibOS, 50 boos, CO untie
kniies, 4 ploughs, III sdinvols, 0
spades, 9 yokes and Hi cbaiiit, 10
pitch forks, !i buddlcc, 8 mattocks, 12
pigs, 130 acres npu cane, 50 acreb
TAI HINO COMTANY.
1 hoiifc, 8 horseb, 50 acres young,
KWONO KINO COMl'ANY.
1 house, 2 houses, 4 mules, 40 acres
riju! cane, CO acres young cane.
wi.sa joy ki:i: company.
1 hou-e, 10 horscr, 2 mules, II
ploughs, 3 do., 11 iiou chains, 31
shovels, 24 spades, 00 hoes, 12 pitch
folks, 51 cane kuivos, 20 mattocks, 1
lianow, 4 saddles, 14 bets harness, 22
pign, 2 ox cmtH, 33 auies ripe cane,
217 acre, young cane.
tai i.!:i: COMl'ANY.
1 hoiibO. 4 horbcs, 10 oxen, 1 ox
cart, 4 ploughs, 3 shovolt-, 0 np.ulew, 1
hanow, 14 iron chaiiiB, 14 yokes, 70
hoes, 30 eanu knives, G piteli folks, 3
saddles, 2 sets h.uuebs, 24 lengths of
flume, 00 aeies lipe cane, 181 nercb
gjf Anil also all other pioperty
of baid mortgagors, which is covered
by baid moitgage, whether specilied
hero in detail or not.
gjBT The Iouhos and leaeoholiU are
subject to all tho terms and condi
tions therein contained,
gyST Deeds at expense of pui
chnseis. A depobit of ton (10) per
cent of the sum bid will be required
from bidder. Sale subject to confir
mation by the Court.
O. BOLTE, Receiver.
Honolulu, June 7, 1892. 412-81
I U turn you want ji 1'ort rait
KiiltiiKml ti'iH on King Uiih.,
gpl Uifir i)M(!o Hut unci Ho
8Uui)1oh. Thoy can't bo boat.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00,
ItlOlIAItO A. McOUIXOY.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members since Its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LIARS.
Its Now Distribution Policy is tho most liberal ever offered by any Insuranco Company.
ISP" For full particulars npply to
t. Jb. J"SH-
1-91 ' General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
Pasture Lands in Kapulmlu,
By order of Hon. S. B. Dole, I will
oiler for sale at Public Auction, at
my Silcsroom, Queen btreel,
On SATURDAY, Juno 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
The Following DebirdbU Properties:
1 Lot 37 of tho Kapihulu survey,
including nn eion of 455 hoick and
fenced on the easterly, westerly and
mauku sides with stone wall for thu
moat part. This land is bounded
mauka by the Wniahio road, easterly
by Wniiil.te and westerly by Lot .'18.
2 Lots 33, 33 and 34 of tho Ivnpa
hulu survey, including an area of
3802 acres. Fenced in by stone wall
and wire fence and for a short dis
tance by a bleep purl of Diamond
Head. Bounded mauka by tho
Wuialao Road, eiiKieily by Lot 37,
wcsteily by the i'i of I'ahoa.and niu
kai by l'nik loin, and has an outlet on
the Park and a water supply for
stock. This land is cleared of lantana'i
for about jj of its aie.i.
3 A portion of tho Hi of Pahoa
lying west of the hist mentioned land
witli the Waialae road ekirting its
mauka side. Thu new Kapuhulti
road cuts across its westerly end.
Area 73 acres. Fenced on its east
gj3f All of thene Lands furnish
considerable pasture dining a huge
part of the year ainl contain a yearly
increasing growth of algerob.i trees,
which furnish a large amount of feed
JAS. F. MORGAN,
4'29 22t Auctioneer.
Thu undersigned, Aliikcmu Naone,
Administi Jtor of the Kslato of Ka
piku Naone, deceased, by virtue of an
order of sale made by the Hon. S. B.
Dole, one ol the Justices of the Sup
reme Com t, dated May 27, 1892, will
sell at Public Auction, for the pur
pose of paying t lie debts of said de
ceased On SATURDAY, June 18th,
at i-i o-i:mh:i jvoo.w
At tho Salcsiooin of .las. F. Morgan,
in Honolulu, all of the following
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE !
Situated on the west side Emma
street in Honolulu, nearly opposite
Emma Scpi iro, lately occupied by
The Property extonds from Emm-i
street to the lane adjoining the Chi
nese Young Men's Christian A'l-ocia-tiou
and will be sold in small lots.
Lots 1 anil 2, 10 feet on Emma
stieet by 100 feet deep, aio leaded to
I'ung You KVo, 17 years remaining,
nt. 1S0 par annum.
In the rear email lots will bo i-ohl
iu hi.cs to suit pm chasers.
Lot 12, 00 feet on Emma street b
150 feet deep, comprises llio New and
Deniialile HiSiiso la'ely erected by
said Naone. This is an unrivalled
oppoiliiuity to obtain centrally situ
ated and easily lonttd properties.
IP&T A Map may be seen at Jas.
F. Moignn's auction looms and fui
tber paiticul.irs there obtained,
Administrator Estate of Kapika
Naone. 443 7t
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF REAL
Uniler anil by btuo of an order ls
siii'U out of the upieme Courr, In I'ro
bate, dateil the IHth day of May, IMJi,
upon the petition of Alex. J. Cartwilht,
Kxeentor of the la-t will and lufiiuneut
of Ullzii .1 Holt, deceased, praying for
an order for leave to sell certain Iteul
Kbtate lielnulUK to tniil decedent's es
tate, I am dliet'ti'd by the said A.. I.
Cat t Wright, Kxeentor u afoieald, to
offr at Public uctioii ut my Salesroom,
in lloiio'iiln, on SATUR1) Y, the lth
day of .lime, 18!)L', at 12 noon ot that
day, all and singular the following des
cribed nieces or paieels of land:
1 All that I'leco or Paicel of L.iud
situate at ICapuukolo. In Honolulu, eon
taluhiK Jl-10 of mi acre, and U"ciibcd In
Itoyal Patent ltlsti, L. U. A. lo:i'J, leased
to J F. Oolhiirn for 810 i or niiuuiii.
2 -All that Ph-eo or Paicel of Land
situate at Kalawidihie. In said Honolulu,
and Known as the "Uohoti Premises, "
and the samu as deteilbed In Koyal Pa
tent 1107. L. U. A. 10.17.
3 All that Piece or Paicel of Laud
situate on Foil stieet, in said Honolulu,
and occupied by .I.J. I'm dim as a family
lesideuce, leuso oxpitiug Iu May, 181)4,
yearly iciiial 840.
J All that Piece or Parcel of Laud
situate on Fortbtieet, In said Honolulu,
and occupied by A. W riark asafamlly
residence, yeaily lental 8480.
5 -All those t'eriain Pieces or Parcels
of Land situate at P.ihuua afoicsald,
and belu Apiimis 1 and 2 of Itoyal Pa-,
iciii xnui, ii, v. t -j.ma unit Apiina oi
Itoyal Patent 2817, L. O. A. M70, under
leas' to Ah Iu at a yeiuly rentul of 880.
The above rale U made subject to con
tinuation by the Coim Usulug tlie order
we Terms Cash hi U. H. Gold Coin.
Deeds at the exneiiMi ol the purehtiser.
For Outlier paiticiilars apply to A. J.
HAVE OPlflNBD TILE1K
New Chine, Glass & Fiirnike Saleroom
On Kaalmmanu Stroet, Ground Floor, with a
. Large Assortment of New Ms ei "Bemre."'
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
BView Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS, ' .
Etc., Etc., Etc., -Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old EbTAiu.isiiKn
Ice ClBsts k RoffipratoB,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plautat'on Tools, Irnpleraa.ais& Supplies
Paints, Oils & ViuuUhes.
Yacanm Oil Co.'s LuWciltdg Oils!
Always tho S'lme; made by a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit
PACIFIC H'ABDWAEE CO., L'n.,
Cummins New Block, Fort & Merchant stieets-..
T . M
Mr iffi IS: Sa
A LARGE INVOICE 0i THESE .
JUriT RECEIVED BY
HQLUSTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
Hi -'ir Street, : : : : : t Honolulu, II, I.
m i a
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to be Faat Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children,
6y Tlio A deli no lilaok StookiiitfH aro tho lJt Mado-QM
tet,& rI'VAL PUKMISKS. ai '
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