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y BY AUTHORITY. I
Will be received nl lliu office of tlio
Koad Supervisor, in the ICtiptiuivf a
lJulUliHB, until WEDNESDAY, ".liine
212, ut 12 o'clock noon, fur furnishing
to the Honolulu Komi Hoard ut Hono
lulu, tliu following items of tools mid
materials, us per schedules lioiowith,
for six mouths from date, viz. :
Linie lVr bbl
Hunt's Axes Tor doz
Shovels (long &, short linndlea) "
Oo Handles "
Pick Handles , "
Mullocks , v.... "
Mattock' Handles "
Wheelbarrows (wood & iron). . "
Trays, " "... "
Gulv. Iron Ihiokols, 14in. Klin. "
Black Blasting Powder Per 2511. keg
Giunt " " . .Per 50 It. box
" " " Cups . Por box
Eueo (best piulity)t i'er 100 feet
Lard Oil Per case
Iveroseno Oil Per 10 cases
Sporni Oil Por gal
Black' Oil Per gul and bbl
Cylinder Oil " "
Everlasting Axle Grease... Per ease
(Jarbolincum Per gal and bbl
lSope.lin.-2in. (Manila). Per H in coil
V isle Per bale
N tils, Guh. it Iron, Gd-OOd . .Per keg
Stable Bedding, (Hice Straw &.
Hilo Grass). . . Per bale of 100 It.
Horse Shoes and Nails Per keg
Padlocks (Yale) Per do
Hinges, Gulv. it Iron, 8in.-12in. "
Dupui tore Bay Coal Per ton
Newcastle Coal "
liluckbinith Coal "
Corrugated lion and Ridging,
Per It. and foot
Bar lion, iound and Hat Per ll
Harness and Saddle Leatbei . "
lied Mriek.s Per Jl
Spokes, Felloes and Hubs,
(Dump Carl size) l'or doz
Oak Plank, 2i'm sllin Per fool
N. V. Lumber, 'I'iinber Per m feei
" " Plank
" " Hoards "
' " Scantling.. "
K. IS. W. Lumber, Plank... "
" " Hoards . . "
" " Po.-ts (split) "
" " Battens,
lin. iiin. -lin "
Cedar Shingles Per .m
Hud wood Shingles "
All bids nuint be endorsed "Tender
'lur fools and Materials, Honolulu
The Uo.id Hoard do not bind them
folvcs to accept the lowest or any bid
By or.U r of the Honolulu Itoail
V. H. CUMMINUS,
Koad Supervisor, Honolulu.
Honolulu, Juno 10, 1892.
Will he recoived at the Inteiior Olliee
uiiiil MONDAY, June 27, 1802, at 12
o'clui 'j noon, for furnishing to the In
sane Asylum, the supplied named in
tin- following Schedules for the term of
0 mo'iilis from July Ut, 1802:
I'lTMs. IIEUUIJIKIEMr, SAY.
-Be-f, fresh -1(500 lh,
Heof, prime 00 lbs
Hruiiil, fresh 020 loaves
Bread, saloon .N0 lbs
BiOoins, steamboat do.
Baking Powder, Hoyal, (5-oz,
tins 2 doz
Houui-, pink 80 lbh
Coll'ee, green, Konu 100 lbs
Codil-h, whole 200 11.!.
Flour, Golden Gate .3-qr. sks
Matches, long cauls gross
iMhci: noni 15 lbs
Vermicelli 15 lbs
P. ml Hurley 25 lbs
OiH Mti.il 50 lbs
Oil, Keioionu (IiubL) 0 cases
Onions -1 orates
P.itmous ti "
Por),, corned J bbl
Bice, No. 1 700 lbs
Biijjiir, 3fo. 1 800 lbs
Halt.co.irao 100 lbs
Salmon !i bhls
Toh.neo, plug, at pur lb 2 bxs
Tea, Uiiua, Powching, at pur
pound 2 x
Tomaloos, canni'd 0 don
Hum, nt por ton of 2000 lbs. . ..5 bags
Middlings ut per ton 2000 lbs. .5 bags
Killed Diuloy ut pur ton of
201)0 llw 5 bags
liuis must bo made for the items of
t..(b -Schedule- hupujutoly.
Al! supjilios must bo delivered at
th .yluni ill dliuh qiiiuititii lib
I't.ic tuuu to tiiiii) luijuired und ub
j .i ij ihii iiispuuilo.ii antl njiproval of
til" .lltMllUill t5iH""'iuloiiduiit or Ills
All lenders ninstU" endorsed, "Ton
dor Tor Supplies, Insane Asylum,
Sohedulo . "
Tho Minister of the Interior docs
not bind himself to accept tho lowest
or any bid.
C. N. SPENCEU,
Minislor of the Interior.
Interior Ollke, Juno 17, IS02.
HONOLULU, H. 1., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water intes, are hereby noti
fied that the bonis for using water for
irrigation purposes tiro from 0 to 8
o'clock a. M., and -1 to 0 o'clock i m.
until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu liter Works.
C. N. Sl'ENCEH,
Minister of the Interior.
MB. B. 11. SOHOLTZ has been ap
pointed a member of the Koad Board
ffir the Taxation District of Hilo, Ha
waii, for the unexpired term m ide
vticant by the resignation of Mr. A. B.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofiiee, Juno 17, 1S02.
MR. '.. PAAK1KI has this day
been appointed a Notary Public for
tho Third Judicial Circuit of the
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Inteiior Office, June 17, 1802.
Pledged to neither Heel nor Party,
But ritaiilisird for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, JU-NE 17, 1892.
The San Francisco press generally
docs itself little credit by its treat
ment of Hawaiian affairs. It is con
solatory to believe that the journalists
of the Golden Gate do not represent
their nation's sentiment, else we
should he compelled to believe that
the oft-lieard-of consuming friend
ship of the Great Republic for "Lit
tle Hawaii" was a myth.5. Better
should be expeeted by this country
al the hands of our San Francisco
brethren. One of the largest items
in the commerce of that city and
port is the Hawaiian trade. This
trade supports the finest individual
fleet of American vessels that has its
headquarters in any port of the Un
ion. Tho large amount of exports
which figures in the United Statea
trade returns as sent to these Islands
is mainly from or handled by San
Francisco houses. Wc might under
these and cognate circumstances that
could be mentioned have a right to
expect at least a fair deal from the
press of San Francisco when treating
of current Hawaiian affairs. Instead
of u fair deal, however, we see infor
mation of a reliable character which
is to the Kingdom's credit deliberate
ly suppressed, and information of a
character liable to hurt the credit of
the country gleefully paraded with
gross exaggerations as well as posi
tive misstatements and fabrications
Newspaper men from the Golden
Gate with bland demeanor inveigle
themselves into the good graces of
our officials and merchants, accept
hospitalities from tlicm of the most
kindly and unstinted kind, and re
ccivu at their own urgent solicitation
the opinions of their entertainers on
local affairs. Then they go home,
with few honorable exceptions, and
burlesque our long-established und
fairly well-working institutions, for
get to acknowledge favors received
and suppress the opinions they ob
sequiously begged if they do not
itiit the purposes of journalistic buf
foonery. The Sail Francisco Ex
aminer lias been one of tho worst
offenders in tho respect described.
Us representative hud the exclusive
distinction on the King's death of
getting passage to Honolulu 011 the
llugsliip Charleston, beuriiig His late
Majesty's body. He was taken in
hand by prominent citizens and
treated like a prince. He was
courteously received und accorded
every facility tor gaining accurate in
formation at the Palace. In return
tor all lliU consideration he treated
the Examiner's readers to a slurring,
sloppy and slangy travesty of the
native customs observed ut the ioy.il
funeral, interspersed with libels on
tliu Queen's iirrungoinents, that were
exceptionally high toned und devoid
of undent causes of offense, und
containing statements bearing on the
political situation which originated
1 in loose blieot ooinei' talk.
1 The Examiner has again offended
grievously in ihu mailer of the lute
I uituuW or Uuuhou, A uuullbuiuu
cntno here accredited from the Exam
iner and bringing letters of introduc
tion from persona having relations
with the Islands, and was received in
a most hospitable manner by sovcral
prominent people, who, nt bis earnest
request, gavu him their views on the
situation, one ut least in writing,
besides granting hmi exceptional fa
vors otherwise. Tho recipient of
these vnrious kindnesses uffectcd to
bo deeply grateful before leaving,
und expressed ureal satisfaction with
the quality of the interviews ho was
currying away. They were conser
vative and moderate statements of
the situation. Therefore, it would
seem, they must bo suppressed by
the seusatiou-uioiigcrling journal. The
Examiner instead of them displays
in the space of a page or more the
report on the situation of another
representative altogether, a gentle
man from tho business end of the
paper by the name of Fred 11. Som-
era. tiiih representative nau aiso
been treated with the utmost courtesy
and consideration by officials and
citizens. In return he mingles with
a statement .of the facts obnoxious
gossip of a stale variety respecting
some of those who helped him, and
wherever he can work in a lling at
the authorities, or a sneer ut Hawai
ian institutions about which he knows
nothing but names, he does not fail
to embrace the opportunity. This
sort of journalism may be thought
the essence of enterprise by its auth
ors, but it is scarcely decent, much
less honorable. If the Examiner de
sired to win the Hawaiian people to
annexation, it could not adopt a more
unfortunate method than that de
scribed. One amusing feature of all the
comments so far seen on the late un
pleasantness in San Francisco is that
mostly all use the phrase "opera
bouffe revolution" in its designa
tion. "Whatever there is of opera
bouffe in the matter is, however, to
be found in San Francisco news
paper reports of it. They certainly
are good at joining in a chorus of epi
thets. When their song is ended,
however, the fact remains that the
Hawaiian community has thus far
been able to take care of itself in a
manner that ought rather to be u sub
ject for praise than one for ridicule
on the part of the people in Califor
nia. It might be a more commen
dable sight to see the San Francisco
press crusading manfully against
stage robbers and other abounding
lawless classes at home, than to sec
it tacitly taking the part of filibus
tering factions abroad, us it does by
lampooning the Hawaiian authorities
for their maintenance of law and
order, whereby they spoil the sen
sations of blood and rapine for which
ghoulish journalism in Sun Fran
cisco hungers and thirsts.
The Examiner has an editorial
bused on its sensational reports.
There is only one point in the article
woithy of comment. In advocating
the annexation of the islands it uses
this argument, "The all-powerful
foreigners will not cousent to a re
public ruled by the more numerous
nntives." Well, now, what will an
nexation bring us if not a republican
government controlled by "the more
numerous natives"? If not tliut. it
will bo territorial governnicnl con
ducted by carpet-bag politicians who
would be tumbled out, bag and bag
gage, after each presidential election,
just when tlicy would have begun to
find out something about the require
ments of the group. The most
ardent annexationist in the islands
recoils at the thought of such an
arrangement. There is ut this mo
ment, however, no necessity for any
change in the status of this king
dom. Its government and legisla
tion are going along decorously and
serenely enough to ho the envy of
many a more pretentious nation.
Give us a nibt from foreign misre
presentation and we will be happy.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system und purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Auction Siles by Lewis J. Levey.
'SPECIAL SALE OF HORSliS
On SATUltDAY, Juno 18tli,
AT IM O'Hl.OCIt XOON.
At the stiibles ut tho icur of the nlllce of
.'. I. l)iiv.si'tl, Queen street, 1 will
sell at I'uhlie Auction,
35 CHOICE HORSES & MARES
SlOt) K JO WARD
WILL ho paid by tliu iiiulcndgnt'd fur
liifoiiiiiulon that ill lead loeuii
ilrlhiii u din iuitli'i ilnit linn doiMi Out
liiipurlal Aiutiliui Diilnr Decoration hi
fiout n' Ihu "Kllto" IcuL'iuuiii PurM'
during tliu iiliflil of Juim Kith.
imi JAM. BTJilNJiJl.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
RKCEIYER'J SALE ON FORECLOSURE,
Pursuant to an order of Honorable
S. 1). Dole, Justice of the Supreme
Court, dated the 7th day of Juno, A.
I). 1802, and mndc in 11 certain suit in
Equity brought by C.llOLTE, plaintiff,
against h. AKAU und others, defend
ants, for the foreclosure of 11 certain
mortgiigo dated December !H), 1885, of
record in Liber 1)9, page 100, ex
ecuted by L. AKAU of Wiiinniiuilo,
Onliu, and by Duck Joy and L.
Akuu, co-partners under nuino of
WING JOY KEE CO. of Wuimunulo,
Oahu; und by Uug Wn, L. Akuu,
Sing Quon, Ah tjuon, Ah Mi and
Chick Snug, co-partners under name
of lUONU LEE CO. of Wuimiiniilo;
und by Akting, A pong, Ah Sun, Ah
Chui, Aug Hong nml L. Akuu, co
partners under name of MAU SING
& CO. of Wuimunulo; and by L.
Akau, San Oheen, Ah Cheong, Le
Cheong, Ah Hu, Walloon, Ah Leong,
Pang Kow and Hong Lop, co-partners
under the linn mime of TAILEE CO.
of Wuinmntdp; und L. Akuu, Ah Choi,
Walloon and Wo Chung Co., co-purt-ners
under tho linn niimo of KWONG
HOCK CO. of Wnmianiilo; and by
Am Ngin.Tai Chin, Tin Ban and Tung
Lan, ec-purtners under name of
KWONG SING CO. of Wnimamilo;
mortgagors, to C. Bolte, mortgagee; I
will t-oll at Public Auction ut the auc
tion rooms of J. F. Morgan, auction
eer, on Queen street, in Honolulu,
Oahu, ut 12 o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, tho 18th day of June, A. 1).
1892, free from all incumbrances all
tho Property and Premises in
cluded in said mortgage and all the
mortgagor's right in Equity therein.
The Properly is as follows :
1 Lease from the Wninianulo Sugar
Companv to Lan Akau & Co., (Wing
Joy Keo'Co), dated February 1, 1881,
of record in Hook 08, page JO!!, for
the term of Eighteen years horn
2 Lease from the Wuimunulo Sugui
Company to.Kwong Lei-. Co. (Quong
Lee iV Co.), dated February 1, 1881,
of record in Dook 08, page -107. for
the torin of eighteen years from Jan.
I) Leu.o from tho Wainninalo Sug
ar Co., to Man Sing Co, and Kwong
Hock Co., dated February 1, 1881, of
record in Book 08, page 481, for the
term of eighteen vears from January
1 Lease fiom the Wuimunulo Sug
ar Co. to Tai Lee & Co., dated Janu
ary 1, 1881, of record in Book 08, page
170, for the teiin of eighteen years
fioin January 1, 1881.
5 Lease from tho Wnimanalo Sugr
sir Co. to Tai Sing it Co,, dated Feb
12, 1881, of record in Book 08, pages
174-7, for the term of eighteen years
fiom the 1st of Junuuiy, 1881.
G Lease from the Wuiiniiniilo Sug
ar Co. to tho Kwong Hock Co., dated
Feb. 1, 1881, of recoid in Book G8,
page 477, for tho term of eighteen
years from January 1, 1881.
7 Lease from tho Waimiinalo Sug
ar Co. to Man Sing & Co. and the
Kwong Hock Co.," dated February 1,
1881, of recoid in Book 08, p ige 481,
for the term of eighteen yours from
January 1, 1881.
8 Lease from the Waimanulo'Sug
ar Co. to the Kwong Sing Co., daled
August 9, 18S1, of record in Book 89,
page X)0, for the term of eighteen
years from January 1, 1881.
Also personal property mortgaged
by L. Akau and others ut Wuimunulo
to 0. Bolte, as follows 1
KWONO HOOK COMPANY 01! KWONO
1 rice mill, 1 paddy store house, 5
houses, cook house, shed, etc.; 28
horses, 10 pair oxen, 22 yokes and
chains, 10 Huddles, !1 ox earls, HO pitch
forks, HO shovels, HO spades, 45 hoes,
1 mullocks, 24 cane knivo:-, 8 sets har
ness, 15 ploughs, 1 barrow, 10 mutes
and colli-, 79 pigs, 07 acres r'po cane,
o uoies young cane, l catllo brand.
' MAU SJ.S'O COMPANY.
1 house, 4 horses, 50 hoes, 50 cane
knives, 4 ploughs, Bl shovels, (i
spades, 9 yokes and Bi chains, 10
pilch forks, It saddles, 8 mullocks, 12
pigs, 1IJ0 acres ripe cane, 50 ucies
TAI HINO COMPANY.
1 house, 8 horses, 50 acres young
KWONO KINO COMPANY.
1 house, 2 horses, 4 mules, -10 aeies
ripe eano, CO ueres young eano.
WIND JOV KEB COMPANY.
1 liou-u, 10 hoises, 2 mules, II
ploughs, 8 do,, 11 iron chains, 111
shovels, 2-1 spades, GO hoes, 12 pitch
forks, ri eano knives, 20 mattocks, 1
bin row, -1 saddles, 1-1 sets harness, 22
pigs, 2 ox cuits, XI acres ripe otiuo,
217 ucrcK young cane.
TAI I.Ki: 0O.MPANY.
1 house. -1 hoises, 10 oxen, 1 ox
cuit, -1 ploughs, II shovels, 0 spades, I
burrow, 1-1 iron chains, M yokfiij; 70
hoes, 110 cuiiu knives, (1 pitch forks, '.i
suddles, 2 sets harness, 21 lengths of
Hume, (10 acres iipu cane, 181 ucies
g0 And ulso nil other pioperly
of said inortgagois, which is covuied
by said inoitgagu, whether specified
here in detail or not,
iftT The leases und leaseholds are
subject to all the tonus and condi
tions therein contained,
$Jtf Deeds al expense of pin
chasers. A deposit of ten (10) per
cent of tho sum bid will hu ioiiilied
from bidder. Kuhi subject to eonlir
iiintiou by the Com I.
0. 1IOLTE, Hiu'oiuT.
Honolulu, Juno 7, 1K02,
lieu you wiiiil. a Tori mil
15ii1iw'k!1 cull on KiiiK Kioh,,
Kil ihv.lv julco lint itiul nt
i auuiplca. They ouu'l bo bout.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INS0B11CE 00. OF iW YORK.
itlOUAKO A. .Hct)lKIY, l'tti(Uitt.
issues very Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLl ARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal over offered by tiny Insurance Company.
H5" For full particulars apply to
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Pasture Lands in Kiipaliulu,
By order of Hon. R. 11. Dole, I will
ofl'er for sale at Public Auction, nt
my Salesroom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY. June 18,
AT 12 0'OLOOK NOON,
The FollowlaM Do&irabla Properties:
1 Lot 37 of the ICap'diulu suivey,
including un i'iea of 455 aeres und
fenced on tho eastuily, westerly und
niauka side.- with stono wall for the
most pari. This land is bounded
niuuka by the Wuiulue road, easterly
by. Wiii.iluo und westerly bv Lot 118.
2 Lots IIS, 315 and 'M of'the Ivupu
hulu survey, including an urea of
U89'J neves. Fenced in bv hIihio wall
und wiie fence and for u short (lis-j
tunee by n steep putt of Diamond I
Head. Hounded niuuka by the
Wuiulue lloiul, ei-icily by Lot 117,
westeilv bv the i'i of Puho.i und nni-'
kui by Purls lots, and has an outlel'on
the Park and a water supply for
stock. This land is c loured of Inn tana
for about ij of its uii-ii.
U A portion of tho Hi of Puho.i
lying west of the last mentioned land
with tho Wuiulue road :kirting its
niauka side. The new Kapulmlu
loud cuts ncross its westeily end.
Area 711 acres. Fenced on its east
HJ3 All of these Lands furnish
considerable pasture during u huge
part of the year mpl contain u yearly
increasing growth of nlgerobu trees,
which furnish a largo amount of feed
.IAS. F. MOJKGA.N,
42 22t Auctioneer.
Mstinifli's Sale !
The undesigned, Aliikmuu Nuone,
Administrator of tho Eh in to of Ku
pika Nuone, deee.u-ed,.by virtue of un
order of uule made by the Hon. S. B.
Dole, one ol the Jiibtieus or the Sup
reme Court, dated Muy 27, 1802, will
sell at Public Auetion, for th pur
pose of paying the debts of said de
Ou SATURDAY, June lSlh,
AT IS ti:i(ICIt .o.
At the Salesroom of Jus. F. Morgan,
in Honolulu, all of the following
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE !
Situated on the west side Emma
street m Honolulu, neatly opposite
Eniinu .Siuuie, lately occupied by
Tho Pioperly extends fiom Emma
street to the lane adjoining tho Chi
nese Young Men's Christian Associa
tion uud will be sold in small lots.
Lois 1 and 2, 10 feel on Emmu
street by 100 feet deep, mo leased in
Puug You Kee, 17 years icinuining,
ut $i8U per annum.
In the iciir small kits will be sold
in size to suit puieliaseis.
Lot 12, !J0 feet on Kmniii stioi't by
1.10 feel deep, i-uinpiisi't, the New and
Dcsitsihlu Utilise lately en-eted by
said Naonc. This is an iiiiiivalled
oppiiitiuuty to obtain oenlialiy situ-uli-d
and easily lenlid properties,.
f?" A Map may to seen ut .las.
F. Miiigan's auetion looms and fur
ther purliciilurn theie obtained.
Administrator Estate of Ivupiku
Nuone. Mil 7t
EXECUTOR'S 3AL OF HEAL
Under und by vhtiiu of an order U
siied out of the tjupienm Court, hi Pro
bate, dated the Plih day of May, it-'.)'-',
upon the petition of Alex. . I. Cariwilght,
Executor of the last will and ic-taini'iit
of Eliza J Holt, deceased, prnjiujr for
mi order for leave to sell ccriuin Iteul
Estate belonging to nW Uii-thiil'n es
tate, 1 mil diicctt'd by the said A. .1.
Caitwilgllt, Kxecutor 'a-i iifoiesald, to
offi'i" ni Pub, ic Miction ut my Salesroom,
In Honolulu, ou KATUJtl) Y, Hie Hth
day of ,1mm, 18'J:', at 12 iitiou ol that
day, all uud singular the following den
crihed nieces or piuevU of land:
1 All that Piece or Pmecl of Land
situate at Kupuiil.nlo. In Honolulu, con
taining tt-10 ot an acre, und d allied in
lluyiil Patent lUMi, L. U. A. lai'J, leased
to J. V. Colburu for IU) i er iiuiuiiii.
2 -All that Piece or Parcel of Land
situate ul Kiiluwuhluc. In said Honolulu,
and kuuwn us the "Uolrou Premises,"
uud the same us described in Itoyal Pa
tent 1107. L. U. A. 1UI17.
II All that Piece or Parcel of Land
situate on Fin t sheet, hi said Honolulu,
and occupied by .1. J. t'nideii iu iffiiinlly
lesldeuni, lease expiring; hi May, 181)1,
yearly leiitul SIO,
I All Unit Piece or Parcel of Land
situate ou Fort sheet, In said Honolulu,
uud occupied by A. V rhirU lib a family
resldunce, yeuily icutal S ISO.
5 All those i viiuln I'leciis or Pin eels
of Laud situate ut Palatini ufuiosald,
and helng Apauim I and t of Itoyal I'.t
tenl 2.V1I, L, r. A Sllltt and Apulia 2 of
Hoyal Piiliint 2&I7. L. ('. A. s;i7u, miller
lease to All ill at a yeally rculiil of sll.
The above rule In made kidded lo mm.
111 unit Ion by tho Com t l.ulug the order
nwr Ti'i'iiih lliikli in '. h. (Joiil Coin.
I lend at Ihu ciiuiiitii o ih iiire,,.(n,
l'l' filltlier piillieiiliiu apply p, A. ,1,
JU ,. .'A. T. ilOHUA.V,
iOM g p. rtu fl
Nsw China, Glass &
On Kaahunianu Street,
Larp Assortment of Vol
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
9ew Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WAKE, BOHEMIAN-VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Eto., Etc., Elc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Eudy's Old EsTAni.isiiEn
Ice Gtets k Mriprte,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantat oa Tools, Implemanu 5 Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Yacuurn Oil Co.'s LnbrlcatLig Oils!
Always the same; made by u special
process and always reliable.
Carbolincum Avcnarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HAKDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Itloek, Fort & Merchant sheets.
. sJ?J dSsvG. . j. m?L
A LAHGE INVOICE OF THESE
JUriT DECEIVED IJY
HOLLiSTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
IO! Vv Slreot,
J 04 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to bo Fust Color and Absolutely StainlesB
For Latiios, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
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