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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, OCT. 10, 1892.
Sunday, Oct. J.
Stnir Chuulino from JIaui and Hawaii
Btmr MikahulA from Knnai
Stmr 1'elu from JIakaueli
Stnir Junius Mnkeo from Kiiuiii
Monday, Oct. lu.
Stnir Mokolli for Molokai at 5 p m
Stmr Wuininnnlo for Molokai and Maui
Stmr Jas Makeo for Knpan and Hnualei
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Claudinc for Maui at 5 p in
Stmr Mikahula for Kauai, at 0 p in
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Claudinc 78 pkgs sundries, 50 head
cattle,8 head horses, 17 liogs, 27 hidos.
Stmr Mikohala 31U1 bags sugar, '10 bags
rice, 150 bales wool, 308 goatskins, 15
ealves, 7 bdls hidos, 85 pkgs sundries.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala, Oct i)
O B Hofgaard, K K Bull, Mrs A Hogg,
Miss B Hogg, J H Campbell, H A Myhre,
J P Fraser and 58 deck.
From Muui and Hawaii, per stmr Claud
ine, Oot 1) i von Tempsky, Mons Vizza
vona, Mrs S A Alexander, "Mrs M Wilcox,
A Barnes, O B Wells, Mr Lnnnrch, Mr
Hughes, Miss S A "Wauunau, Ah Sing, Ah
Wall, Manuel Koso and wife, and 31 deck.
Vessels in Port.
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco. Am bktno 8 N Castle, i H Hubbard, from
4-masted sehr Kobt Lowers, Goodman, from
Foreign Vessels Expected.
U S S Allianep from San Francisco, now
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Am sehr Mary Bodge, from Kurukn, Oct. (i.
Am sch Glendalu, lroiu Kureka, Oct. (J.
Br bk U P Ititliot, from drdill-, Oct. 1.
Bk Greta, from Newcastle, N S W.
Ger bk H Hackfcld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
give a concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at 7:80
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Overture In tlio Italian Style. .Schubert
March-Tlie Dudes.. .. . Wugner
Cuvatina Lucia di Lainmermoor.Donizetti
Selection Bohemian Girl .. . Balfe
I'alama. Pill Aoao. Miilumu.
Medley F.ehoes of the Night. . . . Riviere
Fantasia Tlie Blacksmith. . .Kiicnberg
Waltz Mikado.. . , .. Sullivan
Galop Bird's Beak . , . Fahrbacli
Failed to Deliver.
E. H. F. Woltors was givon judg
ment in tho Polico Court on Friday
against C. A. Herring for replevin.
Woltors stated that Horring had
sold him certain goods, but had re
fused to delivor them for somo rea
son. Tho goods wore valued at
$181.50. Ho sued for tho possession
of the goods and oxhibitod a bill of
salo in court. Judgment was given
in his favor and costs $8.50. J. A.
Magoon for plaintiff.
A Chinaman named Yum Geo
ploadod guilty in tho Polico Court
this morning to tho charge of lar
ceny of empty grain bags valued at
fifty cents, the proporty of A. F.
Cooko. Goo, who was forniorly a
storokoopor, stated that ho picked
up tho bags thinking they wore
useless and not wanted. Judge
Fostor suspended sentence till call
A little boy of Mrs. McDonald's,
living near horo, fell against a rod
hot stove and was fearfully burned.
Tho pain was torriblo, and it was
thought the burn wassosovoro as, to
scar tho child for life, I sold the
lady a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, whioh, after greasing tho soro,
she applied. It soon removed all
the fire and eased tho pain, and in
ten days tho boy was well, no traco
of tho scar remaining. J. D, Mc
Laren, Koysport. Clinton county, 111.
For salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., AgontB for;jthe Hawai
ian Islands. ' .
IiOOAL AND OENERAIi NEWS.
A lady's gold watch and chain has
aro plonliful around
Tho Firo Polico will moot lo-nior-row
J. F. Morgan will soil apples at 10
Paauhau mill, Hawaii, commenced
grinding last Monday.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Wont hor
cloudy; wind frosh northoast.
Tho salo of tho Brunswick Billiard
Parlor has boon postponed. It was
to have takon placo to-day.
Tho smokostack of tho Makawoli
mill has boon complotod. It is
about 175 foot high and is tho big
gest on tho islands.
Petor Whitmarsh is tho nnmo of
tho canoo-buildor, which was report
ed tho other day and not Nnauan,
who is a relative of tho artificer.
A two-fifths interest in a piece of
land situated at Pawaa, opposite tho
Woodlawn dairy, was sold at auction
by J. F. Morgan to-day for $110, to
I . S. Lyman. .
Judge It. F. Bickerton and wife
returned from a vacation at Wai
kano by way of Waialua on Satur
day afternoon. Tho Judge has fully
rocovorod his health.
An Art Union got up by Messrs.
R. C. Barnfiold, painter, and Allen
Hutchinson, sculptor, had its draw
ing this afternoon. Tho full report
is too late for this issue.
Someone took tho koy to Har
mony hall on tho night of tho so
cial and dance of tho Daughters of
Robokah. If any ono finds it Mrs.
F. M.'Nicoll will bo much obliged
for its return to hor.
S. R. Hapuku of Lihuo, Kauai, has
this day boon re-appointed Polico
Justice for said district by tho Ohiof
Justico on tho nomination of tho
Cabinet and approval of tho Justicos
of tho Supremo Court.
On Saturday afternoon, while tho
excursion train was returning from
Poarl City, Dan, tho baseball player,
made a successful jump while tho
train was in motion at a way station
at Moanalua. Ho alighted on his
foot without a "spin."
Tho ladios of tho Sowing Society
of St. Andrew's, after tho usual
summor vacation, will resume their
sowing meetings to-morrow (Tues
day) afternoon, at tho usual time in
tho school room. Ordors from pat
rons of tho society will bo thank
fully received by those ladies, who
aro doing thoir best to roduco tho
Right Rev. Father Gulstan Ro
port, tho nowly-consoeratod Bishop
of Panopolis, was mot at tho wharf
by tho band and escorted to tho
Cathedral on Saturday afternoon.
Hons. Paul Neumann and August
Droier had seats in tho wagonette
with His Lordship. The band gave
a concert in tho Cathedral grounds
Delightful Event Given by the
kawao Ladios' Aid Society.
Tho monthly literary and musical
entertainment of tho Makawao La
dies' Aid Society was hold at the
residence of Mrs. G. P. Wilder in
Kahului last Friday,tho 7th inst.,nnd
proved a very successful and pleas
ant affair. The full moon shed its
gentle lustre on mountain and sea,
bathing everything in a Hood of
light; Mr. Wilder ran a special train
to Paiu and Spreckolsvillo, which
convoyed a goodly crowd of ladies
and gentlemen from thoso places,
Haiku and .Makawao, to (ho enter
tainment and hack, affording them a
delightful rido in tho magnificent
weather. La haute voice from
Wailuku and vicinity also turned out
in force, and of course tho elite of
Kahului was en evidence.
Mr. Ei. R. Biyon opened tho pro
gram with a piano solo, rendered
with his usual brilliant execution
and dashing stylo, earning an encore
which ho responded to. Miss Millie
Rockwith next gavo a vory sweet.
pretty vocal solo, much appreciated
by tho audionco; Mrs. L. A. An
drews played a lovoly Spanish waltz,
and Mr. L. M. Votloson sang a
Swodish song vory acceptably, which
was followed by a pantomime, "The
Mistlotoo Bower," laughably render
ed by members of Makawao society.
Mrs. R. von Tempsky, neo Miss Dow
sott, rondorod a charming vocal solo,
"It was a droam," Dr. Geo. Horbort
sang "Marguorito" in fine stylo, and
Mrs. G. P. Wilder charmod tho audi
onco with hor sweot rendition of "In
This concluded tho program, and
gonoral conversation and social chat
was indulged in, while chocolate,
coffeo, chicken salad, and sandwiches
gratified tho gastric gnawingsof tho
guests, who spent a vory pleasant
hour until tho train whistlo warned
thorn that timo was Hooting, a fact
which thoy had forgotten while lis
tening to two exquisite piano solos
which Mrs. von Tempsky kindly ron
dorod outside tho program.
Tho arrangements wore excellent
in vory particular; tho pretty and
vory spacious residence only parti
filled and capable of holding nearly
as many moro. Mrs. Wilder did ks
hounrun admirably and ovorybody
wont homo with pleasant memories
of a delightful ovoning and expres
sions of thanks to their kind host
On Saturday the Temple of Fa-
snion was crowded lroiu morning
till night. At 7:80 p. in. a police
man was stationed at tho door to
keep tho peoplo back who wore try
ing to force thoir way into tho store.
Don't talk about hard times in Ho
nolulu. Tho ladies say this is the
only gonuino sale over hold in
town, and judging by tho way tho
Temple of Fashion was bosoiged
ovory day last week there is every
reason to believe that groat bargains
Monday, Oct. 10, 1802.
Tho Assombl convened at 10
o'clock; proyor ly chaplain. Min
utes ot lie previous mooting wore
read and approved,
Tho following petitions wore pre
sented and referred:
By Hop. Kapahu from a resident
of Kau named Thompson that tho
sum of $25 deposited by him as n
candidate for election bo returned
to hint. To Judiciary Committee.
By Rep. Kalunn from Portuguese
residents of Makawao, Maui, that
Portuguese bo treated froo at all
Government hospitals. To Sanitary
By Rep. A. S. Wilcox that $12,000
bo appropriated for roads in tho
district of Hanaloi, Kauai. To Com
mittee on Public Lands.
By Rop. Kaunamano from resi
dents of llainakua district that, 1,
tho Lottery Bill pass; 2, that an ap
propriation be made for a junketing
of somo kind. To Committee on
By Rop. R. W. Wilcox that tho
taxes of peoplo with largo families
of children bo remitted. To Financo
Rop. Kapahu olferod questions to
tho Minister of Financo rolativo to
tho names and residences of post
masters, and whether or no thoy
wore supplied with revenue stamps.
Undor suspension of tho rules
Rop. Smith presented a petition
from tho Hawaiian Evangelical So
ciety praying that tho Lottery Bill
do not pass. Tabled for bill.
Rop. Kamauoha gavo notico t hat
tho Constitutional Committee would
moot after adjournment.
Rop. Ashford desired to learn
something iclntivo to Bill 1G7, tho
Registration Bill, and ho with other
members indulged in somo little
questioning which also brought in
Clerk McCarthy. A way out of the
muddle was made by a motion of
Rep. Ashford that tho bill, which
was tho Order of tho Day, bo de
ferred. Tho first vote was declared against
tho motion, but division being called
for a rising volo was takon resulting
20 to 20, and President Walker, vot
ing for tho first time this session,
cast his vote against doforring ac
tion on tho bill.
Unfinished business coming up Bill
93, to define tho duties of Ministers
of tho Crown and othor otlicors of
tho Hawaiian Government, in tho
purchnso of manufactured goods or
articles for tho uso of tho Hawaiian'
Government, was brought up for
Noblo Williams said that there
had alreadj' been so much argument
on tho bill there was little need
of more being said; ho would there
fore move that tho bill pass.
Noblo Baldwin said ho was in ac
cord with tho spirit of tho bill, to
encourage homo industries and
home manufactures, and in tho past
ho had loll lilco blaming tho Uovom
ornmont for not giving more con
tracts horo. Tho point ho would
lay tho most stress on now was, that
tho Government would bo obliged
to givo tho work horo. If a road on
gino should break down tho Govern
ment would bo compelled to givo
tho work out here although tho fac
tories were not as well capable of
Xorfonning tho work as thoso
abroad. In tho proposed now
pumping plant it would become no
eessary for tho Government to givo
tho contract out hero, if loss than 15
percent of tho tender of a foreign
corporation. The money question
was not tho principal one in the
matter but the quality of tho work;
for it was well known that neither
of our local works could produce as
good work as thoso firms abroad
which wore specialists in different
branches. Would like to see tho
pumping plant placed with ono of
tho local foundries but would doubt
vory much that the quality and na
ture of the work will bo as good as
that produced abroad. Thought
that a resolution would cover tho
matter and would approve ono
which showed that it was tho souse
of tho House that tho Ministry givo
as much work as possible to local
factories. In machinery for planta
tions tho local works have by experi
ence approached a proportion which
allows thorn to compete successfully
against foreign firms.
Rop. A. S. Wilcox said that ho
was ono of tho conunitteo who re
ported in favor of tho bill but ho
had since changed his mind on ac
count of various weighty objections
and if ho could now honorably do so
ho would vote against tho bill.
Noblo .1. M. Homer would vote
against tho bill. To take from tho
pockets of tho many and to givo to
the few, was an unjust courso to
pursue. Tho people of these islands
aro now compelled by law to pu'
over $100,000 for t ho food thoy out,
viz: rice. In this, it the mil pass
and the Government bo compelled
to givo out its work, it can only givo
to one factory, so that the benefit
only accrues to tho few. To add 15
percent to the cost of Govorniuont
improvements or work romtirod,
seems under existing ciicumstauces,
to bo unwise. To pass this bill wo
will be compelled to add 15 percent
to tho sum. Ho favored indefinite
Noble Williams drew attention to
tho remark of Noble Horner of tho
few being benefited by taxing tho
many, lie would ask who was it
that was obtaining tho benefits ac
cruing from the expenses lavished
on the building of the Punchbowl,
Tantalus and Volcano House roads.
Who are bonelited, only tho hotol
keopors, tlio photo boilers, tho hack
drivers and tho steamship com
panies? Is that not taking from the
pockets of tho many lor the benefit
ofthofow? Tho hands of the Gov
ernment will not be tied but freed;
this bill will not benefit simply tho
signers but all mechanics in tho
country, Hawaiian as well as foreign.
Tho Government is now assisting in
dustrial schools, what will becoino
of the graduates if thoro is no work
for them to doT This bill is in tho
direct lino of progress and in aid of
tho best intorosts of the country. It
scorned to him that in our isolated
position it is right to oncourago tho
mdustrinl arm and that can bo dono
most effectually by supplying op
portunity for work for our skilled
Noblo Thurston said that he was
astonished that tho gontlenian could
not see any difference between his
15-porcont schomo for a pump and a
pornianont production like n public
road. There was as much similarity
as if a man 'put $15 in his pocket,
wont on a bust and woko up in the
morning with nothing, than if lie
had put that same amount in solid
real estate. Tho roads would live
long aftor Noblo Williams and him
self wore dead and buried and their
bones wore dtist. Of tho Punchbowl
and Volcano roads ho (the speaker)
was satisfied that thoy woro both
sound financial investments. If lie
had no othor monument ho would
bo woll satisfied to have tho record
of his connection with these two
works inscribed on his tombstone.
The oxponso of tho Punchbowl road,
in building, was bringing back good
returns from ovory tourist who ar
rived horo. Not ono of thoso visitors,
hardly, but rodo to tho top; if the
road had not been thoro that much
money would not now bo spoilt horo.
Another thing, it has boon stated
that I, when in office, awarded cer
tain tenders for wator-pipos at a far
higher figure than that shown in ono
of tho lowest lenders. A statement
to that offect appoars in tho Finance
Coinniittoo's report of the Legisla
ture of 1890. Anyone that pins his
faith to tho Financo Report of 1890
does so on ono of tho poorest and
most partisan views that 1 have over
known. I desired to contradict a
portion applying to this pipo matter
but was not allowed access to tho
Interior ollico books. I will now
stato tho gist of that matter: Ton
dors called for size and length cast
iron pipe and wrought iron; object
was to obtain water. Tlio carrying
capacity of lock joint pipo was better
than cast iron pipe. The contract
was offored to that firm which would
deliver tho most wator for tho least
11101103". Tho lead for laying cost
more and that was taken into ac
count. Tlio weight of pipo which
would increase cost in handling and
laying was also taken into account.
The figures whon tho job was dono
come almost to tho same, but tho
wator delivered was far greater.
This result had boon figured out
carefully. Tho Finance Conunitteo
did not consider this, however, thoy
woro looking for a point against tho
Minister. Thov simply wont into
tho Interior Office and took tho sum
totals of tho two tonders without
considering tho facts.
Noblo Williams said that Noblo
Thurston had said that ho was in
favor of building roads; ho would
ask what kind of labor would ho uso.
Noblo Thurstoii' "Would uso tlio
Noblo Williams endeavored to
show that if bj- most arailablo was
meant othor than Chinese labor then
tho Noblo was in accord with his
idea of giving out labor at living
rates to laborers and mechanics.
Minister Macfarlauo said that
what concerns tho house at tho
presont time is to provide tho moans,
but wo find that the 15 porcont dis
crimination against tho foreign pro
ducer cuts a vory small figure when
spread out over $10,000 tax payers.
For his part tho amount of 15 por
cont was of little moment, whon it
is taken into account that it helps
labor, and tho assistanco given, by
tho nionov being spoilt horo, toother
struggling industries would conio
back many times over in advancing
tho interests of the country. It has
been tho policy of tho United States
for tho last 10 j'ears, and tho McKin
loy bill is in direct lino to protect in
dustries, and. to protect tho labor of
tho country. Tho discrimination in
favor of our manufacturing interest
hero is not wrong in principle. It is
desirable that the intorosts of tho
mechanics, artisan and labor, should
bo protected. Tho question how
ever is finances; therefore do not like
to seo that tho bill is compulsory
and would favor giving tho Govern
ment more latitude by substituting
"may" for shall.
Noblo Baldwin moved that tho
porcont bo reduced from 15 to 10
Noblo Williams was willing to ac
cept the amendment of Minister
Macfarlauo, but the reduction in
percentage was not in accord with
ins ideas 011 the bill, so he would be
compelled to oppose that.
Noblo Young said that ho was 0110
of tho conunitteo that signed tho re
port in favor of tho bill, but ho
would safelj' say that thoy did so
against thoir bottor judgment. Ho
mid tho others had allowed thoir
sympathies to run away with their
reason. Ho was in favor of allowing
the matter to remain witluthe Cabi
net; it was wrong in principlo to
hamper tho Cabinet with 15 porcont
or any percent. In signing tho re
port ho had forgotten two things: 1,
that ho was a manufacturer and, 2,
that ho represented tho peoplo of
Hawaii who paid considerable taxes.
Ho would not cry if tlio bill found
its way into tho waste basket.
On motion the ayes nnd nays were
takon on the motion to indefinitely
postpone; tho motion being lost, 80
(The division list will appear Inter.)
On motion the hill passed its tliiid
At 12 tho Assembly took reeoss
until 1:!U) p. in.
Soinothing Now in Ranges,
The I'acifio Haruwari: Co., (L'd.),
have just reeoived nil invoice of tho
M. v v. Wrought otkiu.. junoks
which are1 superior
tho kind vet invon
ior to anything of
vented. Thoy have
l)eon adopted by the United Stnfes
Navy and aro in use on the Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
othor now vessels. Also on several
of the now vessels lately built for
the trado between Sail Francisco
and this port.
An examination of thoso Hauges
will at onco show thoir many advan
tages over all competitors.
IT WAS GRAND.
Highly Successful Concert in Kawai
ahao Church on Saturday Night.
Tlio grand concert announced for
Saturday night in Kawaiahao church,
to assist in paying tho pastor's salary,
was a tremendous draw. It filled
every seat in the spacious edifice,
leaving many people standing in the
lobbies and at tho heads of the stairs.
Queen Liliuokalaui was attended in
the royal pew by a large party, com
prising Prince David Kawaminakoa,
llis Excellency Gov. A. S. Cleghorn,
Hon. C. K. Bishop, Mrs. W. F. Allen,
thoir lixcelloncies Saml. Parker and
C. T. Guliek with their wives, Mrs.
C. B. Wilson, lady-in-waiting. Cap
tain Wiltse of tho U. S. S. Boston
and Paymaster Hobbes of the snino
Tho Itovnl Hawaiian Band, after
greeting tlio entrance of tho royal
part y with Hawaii Ponoi, from itssta
tion in tho organ loft, played Her
man's overture, "Eiiennntitiont," in
good stylo. Prof. Berger leading. Tho
Hui Molo Hawaii Noeau then gave
as a chorusjjio composition of llor
Majesty, "Ua man ke Fa o kn Aina i
ka Pono." Their performance on
this occasion showed the distinct
improvement over the previous con
cert, which tho additional practice
made not unexpected. They ap
peared further iu the following selec
tions: "Oh, what full delight, "by
Balfe, Miss Fredorika J. Nolle taking
tho solo in her clear full tones; duet
and chorus, "E Ola man loa," a now
composition by D. K. Naone, assist
ant leader of the Royal Band; and
tho chorus, "Kanani o ka Pakipika,"
by Mrs. A. A. Haaloloa. Tho Hui's
vocalization in each number was
highly creditable, showing assiduous
praotico bj undoubted talent.
Miss Carrie Castle gavo an effec
tive rendering of Chopin's "Mili
tary PolonaKo" on the piano. Thi
3'oung lady's popularity as a pianist
was evinced by hearty welcoming as
woll as parting applause. Miss
Emily llalstead sang "Tho Night
ingale" in striking pine notes and
scored an encore, although 1-i mini-
hern to follow made a strong argu
ment against doubling a number.
She gave "When the swallows home
ward ll-" with proved acceptance in
A great iustiunnMiial treat was
anticipated and fully tcnlizcd, in a
trio "Meditation in l'2," liy Richard
son tho performeis being: Miss lv.
McGrew, violin; Miss M. Atkinson,
piano; Mr. Wnry Taylor, violoncello.
It filled tho houo with delicious
harmonies. The tjuintel Ulul) ren
dered Ailiiu its leader's chorus,
"Kawaihau," in a manner justifying
the continued popularit- of this
tuneful corps of native minstrels.
Miss Helen Parker gave "La Sori
nato" in charming st3-le, revealing a
fino voice in excellent training. Sho
was warmly encored, responding
with another delightful song. Men
delssohn was now interpreted in a
duet, "I would that 1113' love," by
Miss Louise F. Dale and Mr. II. S.
Williams. This is tho second ap
pearaneo of thoso fine singers in a
duo, and tho3- were received with
enthusiasm and not allowed to re
tire without doubling their services.
Part second was opened ly the
band, giving "Popular Melodies" a
clioico assortment thereof in its ox
cellont style. Miss C. Glade, in "Ave
Maria," by Gounod, won an enthus
iastic recall with hor silver notes.
Mr. Schwnhach played a violoncello
obligato to Miss Glade's solo in a
masterly manner. Mrs. Kauhaneand
Hon. E. K. Lilikalaui vocalized the
duet, "Life's dream is o'er," receiving
a loud recall, to which thoy biiuphy
bowed. Thoy are singer.-, who need
never be arrant or not rccoivuig a
welcome. "Leonoie" was finely sung
by Miss Nolle. Miss M. Cummins
and Mis A. Holmes gave a charming
duet, "Adieu," and were followed by
Mrs. Keohoknlolo in a nicely sung
solo, "Madeline." The final effort
of the Hui and the "Good Night';
inarch by the band led up to Hawaii
Ponoi, the highly satisfied audionco
dispersing after 10 o'clock.
There was over $100 in the house
at 50 cents admission, and the net
proceeds will make a respectable
quota to- tho salary of tho hard
working and reveted pastor, llov. 11.
Buhaeh at New Drug Store.
Root Boor on draught at Benson
Smith & Co.'s.
C.J. MoCart lo
st root for salo.
has lots on Lilihn
Hood's Sarsaparilla is tho best.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith Si Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic Benson, Smith iCo.,
Beef Iron Aj Wine,Now Drugstore.
Ka Mailo has removed to 10!I Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Geitz.
Quina La Uoehe, Now Drug Store.
Mechanics' Home, 511 and (11 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and fjOo. u night; ?1
and $1.25 a week.
Soaps at low prices at New Drug
I'rof. F. Lombard, A.U., will ro
suma giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. .Residence, Alnkoa street,
near the Y, M. C. A.
Little Harry Merrill, tho cele
brated boot polisher, lias arrived
from tho Coast and has resumed
business at the old Union stand,
.Merchant street, and will be glad
to see his old patrons.
Fluid Hoof at New
Dr. McLennan has leinoved to Aln
koa street, opposite tho V. ,1. C. A.
iinll, piuiuiseu lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollico hours,'.) to 12,2 to 1,
and evenings i to 7 ; Sundays 10 to I.
Bell telephone 15)7 ; Mutual (182.
SV1IIP U'l.MflL'I.V 1IIII.I.1.VIM V.J tl
Lw$i"W!B- F- EHLERS &
3VE .A- "SSL
fact that a I
who sues. Hut
cally blind, and in neither instance is the judgment reliable.
Blindness prevents personal examination. True, the sense
of touch of those deprived of sight is greatly exaggerated
and exceedingly delicate, so that Ihey who see not arc won
derfully acute in basing conclusions upon everything that
may be determined l3r I ho tactile sense. The mentally
blind aro those who aro not true
are led away by literary pyrotechnics, or who arc so impli
citly truthful themselves that they never for a moment ques
tion the reliability of anyone's assertion. For tho protec
tion of such as these, for our own protection as well, we ask
that you make a personal examination of anything advertised
as an " exceptional value" and see if the facts aro as stated.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroct, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
Is such a popular preparation, that it needs no praise from
us to prove its merits. This is simply to inform you
that we arc the Agents for Rimmkoam, and
can supply it in any quantity.
PRICE 55 OJEHSTTS PER BOTTLE.
gj0 LIB 12 UAL DISCOUNT TO THE TUADI2.
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
IO Fort Street, - - - Honol-ulu., KL. I.
1ST. S. SACHS,
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening' a Large Stock of
New Goods ! New Goods !
LATEST NOVELTIES I
lC7r Just Received per
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
1IY LAST BTIJ.VMKK A IT Lb LINK OK
BLACK QOODS I
lllank (JashmiTti I'.'-ini'li whin, W ruutrf pur
yard mill imuimlti.
Illiii'k India I.iiwn. llluok Kri'iii'li Uiun,
llliick battri'ii in rliuii mill riKuml.
Illiick Called in l'laln imil l'i;iiri'il.
-A. IF O
NO OSTE AVJLL DISPUTE THE
ilind man cannot purchase as woll as he
a porson may he menially or physi
(o their best interests, wltf
7 SSmOWELL. MASS'
COriE2!3" X '$
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
S. S. " Australia." "&i
llhu'k, ('(itlon, Bilk ami Kid (llnviy in all
lllack fttiM'kiiiKti (or Ijm1Iis and (tjitlilrt'u.
Illiuik Kilk Wiirjt llitiriultu Clotlm,
Kto., Ktc., Ktu., r.to.
CO.'S, 99 Fort .St.
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