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Foreign OHiue Notice.
Eonr.tuN OFiior.. .)
ati.u, .hum IT), 18i)2. s
This tiny had audience of Her Muj
usiy tin- Queen :
lleiuy l Glade, Esq., His Iiiiioiiul
mid Apostolic Majesty's Cumuil fur
(Japttiiu NemlinCoiiunandiui; lli
Imperial and Apostolic Majesty's Ship
Lieutenant Heinrich, His Imperial
uiul Apostolic MnjentjV Ship "Earn
na." Lieutenant Union WuUlar, His Im
perial mul Apostolic Majesty's Sliip
Lieutenant von Sikvrn, His imper
ial and Apostolic Majesty's Sliip "Fa
panii." Lieutenant Fiedler, His Imperial
nnd Apostolic Majesty's Sliip "Fas-ana."
Lieutenant Baton Huti-er, His Im
perial and Apostolic Majesty's Sliip
Lieutenant Pairliek, His imperial
and Apostolic Majesty's Sliip "Fu
Doctor l'illevax, His Imperial and
Apostolic Majesty's Sliip "Fasana."
Engineer N'erbes, His Impeiial and
Apostolic Majesty's Sliip "Fasana."
Paymaster Staicli, His Imperial and
Apostolic Majesty's Ship "Fasana."
Cadet Count Colloredo, His Impe
rial and Apostolic Majesty's Sliip "Fa
sana." Cadet von l'aler, His Imperial and
Apostolic .Majesty's yhip "Kusana "
To which audience Mr. Glade was
introduced by His Excellency Hon.
Samuel Parker, Minister of Foreign
Captain Xcmling was introduced
by Mr. Glade; Captain Xemling then
pic-eniing his ollieers.
Her Majesty was attended on tbi
occasion by His Excellency the
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Governor of
Oalni, His Excellency Hon. Samuel
l'aiker, Minister of Foreign Allans;
His Excellency Hon. H. A. Wide-
luaun, Minister of Finance; Major
the Hon. Jas. V. Bobertson, Her
Majesty's Chamberlain ; Col. the
iTon. C. 1. laukea, A. D. C; Col.
.Kiliu 1). Holt, Jr , A. 1). C ; Col. the
I Liu. V. II. Corn well, A. D. C; Col.
the Hon. E. K. Lilikalan'', A. J). C,
and Mrs. C. I'. I.iukea, Mrs. C. II.
Wd-on anil Mm. C. H Claik, Ladies-
in-Waitiug. -1-18 lt-2."i It
f NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During tbe proeesrof deepening the
channel at the entrance to Honolulu
batbur the Diedger will lie in opera
tion night and day. At night there
will be a dangei signal placed on the
forwaid dot rick of Dredger about 30
feel above sea level, which can he seen
by all vessels approaching the harbor.
Til. signal consists Bod Bed
of ihue led lights
and a white light
as in the diagram,
the led lights being
about II feet apart
with the while light
;n tin' center.
All bteamors crossing the liar will
stop nt a safe distance from the Died
ger a .d give one blast of their whistle
which will be aiisweied by a single
blast from the Diedger, to ho fol
lowed by three blasts fiom the Drcdg-
r win u the passage is clear and they
The Tug will ho on band when not
olhci wise enijaucd to assist sailing craft
in passing the Diedger when neces
C. N. SI'ENCEK,
Minister oi the Interior,
luimior Oilico, Maich 0, 1802.
Honolulu, II. I., Dec. 2, 1801.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water inlcs, aio heiuby uoti
lied Unit the bonis for using water for
irtigniion )uirpoi'b are from to 8
oVlin;k a. ,M., ami -I to I! o'clock i m.
until lilt tiit'r notice.
JOHN J iVHITE,
riupt, Honolulu Water Work,
C. S. SracKH,
.Minister of the lnteiior.
ANNUA I; JtUSUHNft.
'pill! minimi meeting of the JJrlibh
1 benevolent Society will he held at
ilie V. .M. ', A. Ituoiu on .MONDW
I.YLMNG, .luiiu:'0, ISlia, tit 8 o'clock.
A fill' Htlumliiiicn of the kiih-erlherri to
ihik eliiiillithlu koeleiy lit reiiiusie.d.
JIKV. A. MACKINTOSH.
IHiKTJ.NU d feioi'Miohltu of thu
A lulku MIMHI' Co. Villi liu lieJll on
illl Ml AY. .J mm IU, M'i. ut I Onto
lit U ikjulMiy.
Pledged to neither Sect not Party,
Gut established for the hmriit of nil.
TI1UKSDAY, JUN'E 1(5, 18112.
THE MERCHANTS' MOVEMENT.
What lias become of the movement,
to institute a Merchants' Protective
Association? Its career sccni3 to
have ended in the effort at begin
ning. Perhaps it will stimulate the
originators of the movement mto re
newed action to know that, just about
the time lliey were holding meetings
here, 17o retail dealers of San Fran
cisco organized themselves into a
branch of the Merchants Ketail Com
mercial Agency, the principal head
quarters of which are in Chicago. As
suitable laws seemed to be the ditll
cultv on which the movement stuck
in Honolulu, it might he a good tiling
to procure the laws of this American
organization as a basis for a code.
There was a general agreement among
the respectable members that con
ferred together, here, that the organ
ization would till a want which is all
the more felt in the present depres
sion. It is hardly creditable, there
fore, that the movement should pre
maturely collapse. The Commercial
Agency before referred to lias the
same ends as were in view by our
merchants, according to the following
statements in a newspaper report:
"The primary purpose of the new
association is to protect its members
against irresponsible debtors. A
list of people who owe members will
be kept, and will lie furnished for
the protection of those who are upon
the roll of the agency. All persons
found unreliable will bs refused
credit. It is the purpose of the or
ganizers to establish branches in ev
ery ward of the city, which ultimately
will be thoroughly protected in the
manner outlined." The secretary of
the first branch formed in San Frun
cisco is A. 15. Parker.
"KINC" AND "QUEEN."
The Legislature after a couple of
weeks of hard and availing work
wasted a sitting or two on a constitu
tional point so absurd from the
standpoint of coinmonsense that its
originators can only he regarded as
animated by the vicious motive of
creating confusion. If "the King"
does not mean "the Queen" when a
Queen is reigning and not a King,
then there would virtually be no law
in the land without a revolutionary
change of the Constitution for two
years after a Queen succeeded a
King. Where the Constitution pres
cribes a form for the enacting clause
of an Act, it is only to be taken as a
model or pattern of style. If the
pattern is defective in not providing
a possibly necessary alternative, it
must be departed from whenever
such an alternative lias to be faced,
as something fundamentally essential
to the existence of the state. No
Constitution can compel uu impossi
ble, tiling. When Abraham Lincoln
in the wartime stretched and perhaps
broke the Constitution, lie justified
his course by saying in effect there
was no use iu losing the nation in
older to save the Constitution.
That is only looking ut the matter
as one of necessity. But the ques
tion raised in the Legislature hardly
reached such importance. The pat
tern referred to is not defective. It
is a well-known principle of law that
where the masculine gender is used
it shall he construed to mean the
feminine, whenever the circumstances
require such a construction. The
word "King" iu tlie enacting clause
means the "Sovereign," mid, as the
Queen is the constitutionally appoint
ed successor to the King, every place
wheie "King" occurs, where it docs
not apply personally to Kulukaua as
iu the pietunble, "Queen" must be
read while Liliuokalani is on the
tin one without having to change the
written words. How ridiculous the
Coiislitul'ou would appear if the
clumsy formula, "the King, or Queen,
or Kegent," were inserted iu place
of the simple phrase, "thu Kin;:,"
wherever the latter occurs !
Hut even if the pattern were de
fective, the duty of the Legislature
would be to ignore the anomaly, ami
puss its laws iu the name of the
Queen iu only they can be passed.
Ni ither a dead King nor tin unborn
King can join iu legislation. Mr.
Ashford' attempt to make a "pretty
kettle of llsh" denerved its egregious
failure, hut it iu unfortunate that
most nl the native members support
ed him in his chihliih although mis
uhiuvoim attempt at uimichy.
Thu bul ttpniiK iiiedluliin i n dam
or two of St. I'titiiiV I'JIU. They
mil only pillule but nlvitiiku the wliulo
ylbin uml purify Urn bliwd. For
n I u Uy Kuiiwii, kiiuili Co., AuuiiU,
HEW IN hLEUIHIUIIY.
A OlHcovrry Thnl No Wire Ard
XeiMlrrt In Tolcgrnpliy.
A. Fisher, superintendent of the
Caribou Water Power and Electric
Company, has discovered a method
of transmitting signals and sounds,
dispensing with batteries and depend
ing simply on positive and negative
electrical current forces in the earth.
A lino is in successful operation be
tween the company's works at the dam
ami the stand pipe, 7000 feet distant.
He also has a branch to his home. It
has becu successfully tested in all
weathers. The longer line has more
force. By placing n key on the line
it can be used as telegraph or tele
phone. Fisher served an apprentice
ship with the electrical company
in S.m Francisco, was sent to the
Sandwich Islands and experimented
there for two years. He 1ms lived in
Caribou three and a half years. He
lias applied for a patent on the dis
covery. Columbus Press.
Fisher was in Honolulu iu 1887
and opened an electric light and
power shop'on Fort street. He was
au accomplished electrician and
might have done well here if the
authorities had allowed him the pii
vilege of stretching his cables and
wires. As it was, lie letthcre money
less. Had it been otherwise, Hono
lulu might have shared some of the
honor of his presently reported in
vention, should it prove to bo as im
portant as it seems. Fisher was a
Maine man who served in Sheridan's
cavalry and bore wounds to attest
that he was in the thick of battle.
Please be so kind as to answer the
following to settle an argument:
1 What is the fastest pacing re
cord in the world?
2 Will J. L. Sullivan lose his
championship belt should he not ac
cept Peter Jackson's challenge?
A Constant Rkaduii.
1. Johnston paced Qne mile
against lime, at Chicago, 111., Oct.
3, 1884, in2:G.
2. Sullivan, iu order to retain
the championship belt, will have to
defend it against all comers, regard
less of color or nationality. A re
fusal to do so forfeits the insignia.
Kx " It ii mure.
The Pacific IIaiiiwakb Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Aycnarius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
On SATURDAY, Jim 18th,
AT 12 O'UI.OUIt XHOX.
At tlio Ftnblos at the rear of the olllee of
.'. I. I)owM't, Queen Rtieut, I will
hell ut Public Auction,
35 CHOICE HORSES ivlARES
Auction Srles by James F. Morg n.
LuM Mn if Sale !
Having heretofore, to wit, on tho
2i)tli day of May, 1892, distrained for
arrears of tent of the Chinese Theater
premises, King Htroet. the following
Goods and Chattels, to wit;
8 Chests containing Chinese Cloth
iui;, Gat incuts mid l'lirapbern ilia,
.Miibks, Fans and Sundries used in
Chinese plays, 1 Chinese Joss, Lumps,
Large Clock, Small Clock, Lanterns,
Chairs, Tables, Flags, Fans, Orna
ments, Chinese .Musical Instruments,
Uhineso Weapons, Bofas, Step Lad
dirs.ctc, etc, all used iu said Chi
nese Theater, the same being the pro
perty of Cliook Pan On & Co.
Notice U lieieby given Unit iu cuec
of non-payment of mich arrears of
lent and coU within lfi days from
ibis date the said Goods and Cnattels
will he sold at Public Auction, to wit,
mi MONDAY, the 27th day of June
iiift., nt 12 o'clock loon of said day,
at the Glnncriu Theater pieniiscs on
King sheet, Honolulu, near the Oahu
Railway & Lund Co.'h nllico.
Yl.M QUM and
Dated Honolulu, June 10, 1SD2.
iKKTIFIOATi: No, Ki, 5 Shines lnt
rterii's Stiicl., Issued July 7, JMHJ, lo
II. M. Dow. Ceiillh'.ite No. .m'i, 10
.Sliiiics 'Jd Scili's sitock, iHhiii'd Jaiiiiaiy
n. IHiil, lo II .M.Dow. All of the I'm
ui'ur lluildlug tt Loan AkkouIiiiIoii, All
pi'inoiu tun wuiiied agalinit negotiating
the kiild shuiiK. lls;it
IMcturn FmiMiiK iiiimWi to
ovtUtv from liiliiel HlyMtHof
inoiil(liiiH. itiMiovuMon of
old plolnroH a 8mtlilti.v at
Kliitf iiroH., Jiol.ol Htroot.
Auction SaiS by Jatacs F. Morgan.
RSOEIYEin SALE ON FORECLOSURE.
Pursuant lo nn ruder of Honorable
S. 11. Dole, JiiHtieo of the Supremo
Court, dated the 7th day of Juno, A.
1). 1802, and made in u cortnin suit in
Equity brought by C.IK) LTK, plaintiff,
against h. AKAU and others, defend
ants, for the foreclosure of a certain
mortgage dated December -'10, 1885, of
record in Liber '.)!), page 100, ex
ecuted by L. AKAU of Wtiimaiialo,
Oahu, and by Duck Joy and L
Akuu, co-partners under niiino of
W1NO JOY KKK CO. of Wninimialo,
Oahu; and by Ung Wn, L. Akuu,
Sing (Juon, Ah tjiinn, All Mi and
Chick Sang, co p.utucra under name
of QUONG LKK CO. of Witinmiinlo;
and by Akung, Apong, Ah Sun, Ah
Clini, Aug Gong and 1. Akuu, co
partners under name of MAU SING
ifc CO. of Wnhnanalo; and by L.
Akau, San Cheen, Ah Cheong, Le
Cliermg, Ah Hu, Walloon, Ah Leong,
Pnng Ivow and Hong Lop, co-partners
under the linn name of TAILEE CO.
of Wiiiuuiualo; and L. Akuu, Ah Choi,
Walloon and Wo Chung Co., co-partners
under the linn niiino of KWONG
HOCK CO. of Wailiiiinalo; and by
Am Ngin,Tai Chin, Tin Uau mid Tung
I.nti, copartners under name of
ICWONG SING CO. of Wainmnalo;
mortgagors, to C. Bolte, mortgagee; 1
will sell at Public Auction at the unc
tion rooms of J. F. Morgan, auction
eer, on Queen street, in Honolulu,
Oahu, at 12 o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, the 18th day of June, A. D.
18(J2, free from all incumbrances nil
tho Properly and Premises in
cluded in said mortgage mid all the
nioi tgngor's right in Equity thciciu.
The Property is as follows i
1 Lease fi oni the Wniiniinalo Sugar
Company to Lan Akau & Co., (Wing
Joy Kee Co.), dated Febiuary 1, 1881,
of reeoid in Hook 08, page -103, for
the term of Eighteen years from
January 1, 1881.
2 Lease from the Wainianalo Sugm
Company lo Kwong Lee Co. (Quong
Lee & Co.), dated February 1, 1881,
of reeoid in Book 08, page -107. for
the term of eighteen years fiom Jan.
3 Lease from the Wainianalo Sug
ar Co., to Man Sing Co. and ICwong
Hock Co., dated February 1, 1881, of
record in Book 08, page 481, for the
term of eighteen years from January
4 Lease from the Wainianalo Sug
ar Co. to Tai Leo & Co., dated Jniiu
jiry 1, 1881, of record in Book 08, page
470, for the term of eighteen years
from January 1, 1881.
5 Lease from the Wainianalo Sug
ar Co. to Tai Sing & Co., dated Fell
12, 1881, of record iu Book 08, pages
474-7, for the lei ni of eighteen years
from the 1st of .lamiaiy, 1881.
C Lease from the Wainianalo Sue
ur Co. to the I'wong Hock Co., dated
Feb. 1, 1881, of record in Book GS,
page 477, for the term of eighteen
years from January 1, 1881.
7 Lease from the Wainianalo Sug
ar Co. to Mau Sing & Co. and the
Ivwong Hock Co., dated February 1,
1881, of record in Book 08, pigo481,
for the term of eighteen years from
January 1, 1881.
8 Lease from (lie Wainianalo Sug
ar Co. to the Kwong Sing Co., dated
August 0, 1884, of record in Book 8!),
page li.'iO, for the term of eighteen
years from January 1, 1881.
Also personal property mortgaged
by L. Akau and others at Wainianalo
to C. Bolte, us- follows :
KWO.N'O HOOK COJIl'ANY OU KWONfl
1 rice mill, 1 paddy store house, fi
bouses, cook house, shed, etc.; 28
horses, 10 pair oxen, 22 y.ikes. and
chains, 10 saddles, H ox carts, HO piteli
forks, 30 shovels, 30 spade-1, 45 hoes,
mattock's, 21 cane knives, 8 sets hai
ness', In ploughs, 1 harrow, 10 inaies
and colts, 7!) pigs, 07 acres r'pe cane,
fi acres young cine, 1 cattle brand.
.MAU SI.NO COMPANY.
1 house, 4 horses, M) hoes, f)0 cane
knives, 4 ploughs, 13 s'liovels, (i
spades, !) yokes and 13 chains, 10
pitch forks, 3 saddles, 8 mattocks, 12
pigs, 130 acres upe cane, CO acres
TAl HINO COMPANY.
1 house, 8 horses, .10 acres young
KWONO SINO COMPANY.
1 house, 2 horses, 4 mules, 40 acres
ripe cane, fiO acres young cine.
WINfl JOY KKE COMPANY.
1 hoii-e, 10 horses, 2 mules, 3
ploughs, 3 do., 11 iron chains, 31
shovels, 24 spades, 00 hoes, 12 pitch
forks, fit cane knives, 20 mattocks, 1
Inn row, 4 saddles', 14 bets harness, 22
pigf, 2 ox carts, 33 acres lipe cane,
217 acres young c.ino,
tai i.i:i: COMPANY.
1 house. 4 horses, 10 oxen, 1 ox
curt, 4 ploughs, 3 shovels, 0 spades, 1
hariow, 14 iron ilmiiis, 14 yokes, 70
hoes, 30 cane knives, 0 piteli forks, 3
sarldles, 2 sets harness, 21 lunglbs of
Hume, 00 ncies lipe cane, 181 notes
gjB And also all other pioperty
of said nun tgagois, which is covered
by said moitgage, whether sjieciiied
hero iu detail oi not.
tJSr The lenses and leaseholds are
subject to nil the terms and condi
tions theiuin contained.
gjST Deeds nl expense of pin
chast'is. A deposit of ten (10) oer
cent uf the sum hid will he ieUiiiil
from bidder. Sale subject to eonllr-
I iiiatioii by the Court.
! 0. IIOLTK, Itei'oiver.
Honolulu, June 7, 1802. 2-8t
, When .mmi want it 1'ori rail
, Unlitru!(l (tall on Kim: Itrorh,
Kl IllOil' )li(!it llM llllll H!U
tmiiiiiliMi. TJiuy uuu't li boat,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSUilME CO. OF NEW YORK.
IIICH A ECU A. alcUllKMY 'ioMUI-m.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy
It has paid its members since its orgnmzation THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0I.I ARS.
Its New Distribution Policy Is tho most liberal ever offered by any lnsumncc Company.
UaT For full particulars apply to
Auctioii Sales by James F. Morgan.
isiliirc Lands in (!ii;iliulii,
By order of lion. S. B. Dole, I will
offer fur sale nt Public Auction, at
my Silesroom, Queen stieet,
On SATURDAY, June IS,
AT 13 O'CLOCK NOON.
The Follnwins Desirable Properties:
1 Lot .'17 of the Knp-ihiilu survey,
including an luea of -tfiG acres and I
fenced on the easterly, westerly and
maiikii sides with stone wall for the I
moft pint. This land is hounded
imiuka by tho Wiiinliie road, easterly
by Waiiilau and woateily by Lot US.
2Lots IIS, 113 and ,'M of the lvapa- I
hulii survey, ineludinj; an area of
JiSiVJ acres. Fenced in by stone wall '
and wiie foneo nnd for a short dis-'
lance by a Meop part of Diamond
Head. Bounded tmutku by tho
Waialne lioad, eagerly by Lot Ii7,
westerly by the i i of Pahoa and nui
kai by Park lots, and has nn outlet on
the Pink nnd a water supply for
stock. This land is cleared of lantnua
for about of its ar a.
Ii A portion of ihe Hi of Palioa
lying west of tbe last mentioned land
with the Waialae road i-.Uiitinn its
maiika bide. The new Kiip.iliulu
load cuts across its westerly end.
A i en TA aeics. Fenced on its east
gJ All of those Lauds furnish
which fuiuisli a large amount of feed
JAS. F. MORGAN,
42s Hit Auctioneer
The undersigned, Alakema Naone,
Adiniuistrator of the Estate of ICa
pika Naone, deceased, by virtue of an
order of sale made by the Hon. S. 15.
Dole, one of the Ju-lie.es of the Sup
iciue Court, rlated May 27, 1S!)2, will
sell nt. Public Auction, for the pur
pose of paying the debts of said de
ceased On SATURDAY, June JSth,
at i rreuicil Situs.
At the Salesroom of Jas. F. Morgan,
in Honolulu, all of the following
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE !
Situated on the west side Emma
street in Honolulu, neatly opposite
Emma Sipi.ire, lately occupied by
The Property extends from Kiiinia
Klreet to the lane adjoining the Chi
nese Young Men's Christian Associa
tion and will he sold in small lots.
Lots 1 and 2, 10 feet on Emma
stieet by 100 feet deep, are lu.i-erl lu
I'utig Yr.u Kee, 17 yea is- lemainiiig,
at .$180 per annum.
In the ii'.ir small lots will he sold
in sizes to suit ptiichagcrs.
Lot 12, 'JO hel on Iflmm.i street by
l.rl) feet deep, comprises the New and
Desii.rble llcii-c lately cieeiid by
said Naone. This is mi unrivalled
opportunity to obtain contrally situ
ated and easily iciited piunurlius.
tfl!F A .Miiji may be seen at Jus.
K. Moigau's auction looms and fm
iher paiticuhtrs liiere obtained.
Administialor Estate of Kapika'
Naone. -Mil 7t
EXECUTOR'S SALG OF
Under and by vlune of au order Is
sued out of the Supieinc Courr. in Pro
hale, dated the l'.lth day of May, is!)'.',
upon thu petition of Alex, . I, Cmiwriglit,
Kxeeillor of the last will and lestauient
ot ICIl.a J Holt, deceased, praying for
an order for leave to sell certain Jti'ul
icsiate iii'ionging lo sjiui decedent's es
tate, I tun dheeted by the said A J,
Cartwiight, Kxecutor a- nfoiesald, to
off-'i- at Pulilio Mietlou at my Salesroom,
in llouo'iihi, on SATURU Y, Ihe X
day of June, 1K!)J, nt i noon ot that
day. all and hlngular the following des
cribed pieces oi pin eels of hind:
1 All that Piece or Paicel of Lund
situate at Kiipuukoln. In Honolulu, con
taining :-10 nl mi iicic, and do-cilbcd lu
ltnyal Patent lilriti, L. C. A. 101'J. leased
to j. K, (.'nlhiirn for 10 ' er iinuiuu.
1 -All that Piece or Parcel of Land
situate at Kalawiihiue. iu said lloiiiilu'u,
mid Uiiowii as Ihe "Diilion l'lenil-es."
and ihe same as desci'lliud lu Royal Pa
tent 1107. L. V. A. to:i7.
S-All Unit Piece or Parcel of Laud
situate oi ImiiI street, in said Honolulu,
and occupied by J..I. Caiden lis n family
icsidouce, luiise expiring hi May, ISiH,
yearly rental l"l).
I All Hint Piece or Parcel of Land
situate on Fort stieet, hi said Honolulu,
nnd occupied by A. W I'lnrl; insiifumlle
leshlenee, ) early iciilal SIMJ.
T All tlnisu i erialu Pieces or PiuceU
of Laud sltiuiie in Palauia afuiculd,
uml hehm Apauiis I nnd '& of lloyul Pa
lent 'JfiOl, L. i'. A 'JlHtf and Aianu'Jo
lloyul Patent WI7. L, U. A. Jii, miller
lu.il!' lo All III ill ii yeally leul'il of 8&U.
Tint id o.e talc Is iiiiule kiibject in con
Ih nun Inn hy Ihe i.'ouil ltiitiig the order
IKkT i'cruiil Uriah III V, h. (iillll t'lllll.
li itdn ut ilni ekiniiiMi of Ihe pur. Iiuc
P'.i' further pHilleiilui up ply to A. .1,
l.. V. JIURUAN.
TTU g n r ran i
UAVK OVkNED TllUlli
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Katihuuianu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Lane Assortment of tiiv Gils oi "
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Grown
Wedgewood & Other Fins Ware.
S3ew Rugs &. Carpets,
iirS55 PRICKW "K
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
T tl E
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old Est.uu,ishui
Icb Glissis k RornpratoB,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plaotat on Tools, Iinplemoms & Supplies
Paints Oils & VmnMics.
Vacuum OH Co.'s Lubricating Oils I
Always the same; made by a special
process ami always reliable.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC IIAKDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New block, Fort & Merchant streets.
A LARGE INVOICE OK THESE
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LUSTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
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For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
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WINK GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
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