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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
L-'ltOM AND AFTElt OOTOBRK 1, 1892.
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THE DAILY BULLETlf.
TUESDAY, OCT. 18, 1892.
"1 . Tuesday, Oct. 18.
Am liktno B N Castlo, L H Hubbard, for
Stmr Kaala lor Walanae and Mokulcia at
10 a m
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Lahaiua, Kukuilmclo
and Hnninkuu, at 10 a m
Stmr W a Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Clattdino for Maui and Hawaii at 5
Stmr Mikahala for ICauai, at 5 p in
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai ut 5 p m
BchrlCa Moi forKoholalolc at i yi m.
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
4-masted schr Uobert Lowers, Goodman,
for the Sound
Stmr 1'elo for Wniinca and Makaweli
Kor San Francisco, per bktne S X Castle,
Oct 18 A Schleischer.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W Q
Hall, Oct 18 H F Glade anjl daughter, Dr
Lindley, F Hellwig, Mrs M O Martins, Mrs
lturnct, G Apana, Kimona, Father Victor,
Mrs Kapehi, Mrs Jones, L do L Ward, J
Winter, Bishop Willis, W Y Horner, and
Vessels in Port.
XI 8 8 Alliance, Rich, from San Francisco
4-masted schr ltobt Lewors, Goodman, from
Am bktne Discovery, McNeil, from San
Am bktno S N Castle, L H Hubbard, from
Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Am schr Mary Dodge, from Kureka, Oct. 0.
Am sch Glendalo, from Eureka, Oct. 0.
Brbk H P Kithut, fiom Cardilf, Oct. 1.
Bk Greta, from Newcastle, N S W.
Ger bk H Haokfcld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
The sailing of the steamer Mokolii was
postponed from yesterday until to-day.
The bark J. J. Lotz is about duo at Ka
hulul from Departure Bay .with a load of
Tho steamor Pclo will leave to-morrow
with about two hundred tons of machinery
for Makuwull, Kauai.
Tho engine of the steamer Iwnlnni wns
tried this morning and behaved splendidly.
The Iwalani will come alongside the wharf
to-morrow morning and will probably go
on tho Marine Itaiiway to be cleunod. Slio
, will take tho Mikahala's route next trip.
Tho barkentino S. N. Castle, L. H. Hub
bard master, sailed ut 11 o'clock this morn
ing for the Golden Gate with the following
domestic cargo: 3225 bags sugar and 1 bag
coll'eo, Castle & Cooke; 7l).i(5 do. and 3 pkgs
taro. 0. Brower it Co; 392 do., F. A. Schae
fer & Co; 40 bales wool, T. H. Davies &, Co;
3210 bogs rice, M. 8. Grinbaum it Co. The
cargo woigucu i,7ou,7o3 pounds anil is
valued at Jf52,051.3U.
Something New in Ranges.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co., (L'd.),
havo just received an invoice of tho
M.& D. Wrouoiit Steel IUnoes
which aro superior to anything of
tho kind yet invented. They have
boon adopted by tho United States
Navy and aro in uso on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
other now vessels. Also on sovoral
of tho now vossols lately built for
tho trade between San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of those Iiangos
will at onco show their many advan
tages over all competitors.
A little boy of Mrs. McDonald's,
living near here, fell against a rod
hot stovo and was fearfully burned.
The pain was terrible, and it was
thought tho burn was so severe as to
scar tho child for life. I sold tho
lady a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, which, after greasing tho soro.
Bho applied. It soon removed all
tho lire and oasod tho pahi, and in
ton days tho boy was well, no trace
of tho scar remaining. J, D. Mc
Laren, Koysport, Clinton county, 111.
For salo by uU dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
-This assignment is an out-
ragol I prosumo old Coppiocuttor
will bo ordering mo to commit sui
cide some night and telegraph him
tho results. Screed No, ho wpu't; it
would bo too oxponsivo, Wo eouldu't
get press rates from thoro, New
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tlio schooner Liholiho brought
thirty -sovon Lj'snn Island cannries
Why was a lalo opisodo on King
stroot Hko a certain sowing machinal
Because it was a Wilcox & Gibbs
Tho mombors of tho company who
will appear in tho "Wooing of Ka
ala" on- Saturday weok wore photo
graphed this morning in costunio.
A Jnpanoso arrostod yostorday un
dor tho influonco of soi water plond
cd guilty in tho Police Court this
morning and was fined $2 and 1
Tho Sons of St. Goorgo hold their
regular mooting last evening and
considered plans with regard to tho
coming picnic at Hoinond Grove on
" Tho following Cabinet has boon
named as a representative combina
tion: R. W. Wilcox, Foreign Affairs;
J. E. Bush, Interior; L. A. Thurs
ton, Finance; C. W. Ashford, Attor-noy-Gonoral,
.7. F. Morgan will hold an auction
sale ol tuo ontiro household furni
ture of S. W. Lederor at tho resi
dence. Fort street, to-morrow at 10
o'clock. A good chance to securo
Tho picnic to bo givon by Lodgo
lo Progros on Novoinbor 10 at Ko
inond Grove will bo the first Masonic
picnic over givon hore. Thoro will
bo no intoxicating drinks allowed
for sale on tho grounds.
Tho It. M. S. Mariposa will bo
along to-morrow afternoon from tho
Colonies with tho Musiu Concert
Co. on board. An attractive pro
gram has boon arranged and a good
ontortainmont is promised.
Tho winning crow of tho Hoalnnis
in tho lato six-oared championship
race wore photographed by Williams
on Sunday morning. Tho club's
colors wore at tho bow, and tho Ha
waiian flag at tho storn of tho boat.
Master Harry Harris fell from a
treo yostorday afternoon a distanco
of twenty-eight foot. Dr. J. S. Mc
Grow attended tho lad and found
his right wrist broken. Tho lad
is doing as well as expected to-daj-,
although at ono timo it was feared
ho had concussion of tho brain.
Sovoral elderly natives wore hoard
last ovoning loud in their praises of
It. W. Wilcoiand his alleged pluck
in "dodging J. W. Gibbs' bullet."
Mr. Wilcox will bo a littlo god now
for some timo with tho oldorly folks
and his name sung in song as tho
"man who dodges bullets." It will
bo romomborocl that at the timo of
tho last revolution Wilcox was said
to bo dodging bullets, while in real
ity ho was hiding in a tank.
Extra Minco Pios at tho "Elito."
Hoot Boor on draught at Bonson
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. 'McCarthy
street for sale.
has lots on'Liliha
Jas. F. Morgan will hold an as
signee's salo at 10 o'clock Thursday.
Aftor shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson,Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco b Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith . Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
stroot, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gorlz.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovorin it
Bolster, Fort streot.
Lodge lo Progros of Froo Masons
will hold a picnic and danco at Ko
mond Grovo on Novoinbor 19.
Tho annual mooting of tho Hono
kaa Sugar Co. will bo hold at 10
Wednesday, at tho oflico of F. A.
Schaofor & Co.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and Gl Hotel
stroot. Lodging ly day, weok or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a weok.
Tho annual meeting of tho Pacific
Sugar Mill is called for 10 o'clock
Thursday, at tho
office of F. A.
Schaofor & Co.
Seo tho now nnnouncoinont of
Tomplo of Fashion in this'lssuo.
great closing out sale is still
sensation of the times.
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
near tho Y. M. O. A.
Dr. McLennan has removed lo Ala
koa street opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Oflico hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 1,
and evenings 6 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 197 ; Mutual G82.
M. Phillips & Co. vs. Administra
tor ostato C. Aloe. Itoplovin, Cnr
tor and Castle for plaintiffs; Hatch
for dofondant. Tried before Chiof
Justico Judd by a foreign jury, who
return a verdict for the dofondant.
Joso Cabral Medoiros vs. Frnn
ciBco Poroira. Action on tho case.
Carter for plaintiff; Itosa for do
fondant. This is an action for slan
der, claiming $1000 damages for
scandalous reflections on the charac
ter of plaintiff. Called this after
noon for trial by a foreign jury.
An .application has boon partly
hoard by Judge Dole to havo tho
proof of a deed taken, tho grantor
of which, Kaahumnuu, died without
having acknowledged tho instru
ment. ii m
"I say, Bobby," whispered Fitz
gorgoous, "was your sister pleased
to learn that I had called upon
hor?" "Yes, indeed sho was," replied
Bobby. "Whon mother told hor
that Mr. Fitzgorgoo'us had called
while sho was out sho said, "Thauk
- -,KM. 5rW.
(Continued from MU l'aac.)
moot this House half way, and had
instructed mo to coinmonco with her
privy purse as the first item of re
duction in the Appropriation Bill.
It is well known that Her Majesty
was roady lo meet this Houso in tho
proper spirit of economy and re
trenchment so that tho affairs of this
countrj would bo in a condition to
bo carried on throughout to tho next
biennial period. But what do wo
find to-day, which was tho day set
by tho Houso for tho reading of tho
Appropriation Bill? Wo find a reso
lution cut and dried according to
tho dictum of a caucus last nigiit at
Ewn, which means that thoy don't
want any financial policy, they don't
want to know what our relations and
attitude towards tho United States
are, thoy don't want to know any
thing from us, but thoy simply want
this Cabinet to go out of oilico. If
that is tho spirit in which this
Houso moots the Cabinet, which is
roady for retrenchment, which is
ready to do everything in tho inter
est of tho countrj', such a course is
damnable, and such representatives
can go back to their constituents
and talto tho consequences of their
action, which I boliove will bo that
not one of them will bo returned
to this House.
It has boon said by some of tho
mombors that tho Cabinet sat hero
allHiesotwo weeks doing nothing.
I do not think there is an intelligent
member of this Houso can make
that charge fairly against this Cabi
not, for myself and colleagues can
say that not one minute has been
wasted in tho stud' of tho affairs of
the Government, but that on tho
contrary every minute has been util
ized to such purpose that S1G7,000
would havo boon taken away from
tho Appropriation Bill, and besides
that 1 havo horo seven or eight
measures of rovenuo which I intend
ed to introduco into this Houso this
morning, in tho shapo of now bills,
which would materially increase tho
revenue. Now in tho faco of this I
say that it is unfair lor this
Houso to say that this Cabinet sat
horo doing nothing, and to vote
thorn out on that ground is as much
as to say, wo don't want any finan
cial policy from j'ou, when tho reso
lution says that no financial policj
is forthcoming. Those measures
would havo added largoly to tho
revenues of this country. I am not
hore to say that my successor will
not introduco measures that aro not
equally to tho advantage of this
country, but I hurl it back to this
Houso when thoy say that this Cabi
net has boon idle, when thoy say this
Cabinet has no financial policy to bo
presented to this Houso. I say it is
utterly untrue, thej do not want
a financial policy from this Cabinet,
thoy don't want anything from this
Cabinet except their scalps. If I
havo boon idle it was to tho further
extent that I havo revised tho tax
laws of this country and put the as
sessors' oilico in such business-like
shapo as to simplify tho workings of
that office and bring in further reve
nues to tho country. Thoro aro
other measures that wo would havo
liked to havo brought before this
Houso, but this Houso thinks that
wo ought not to bring thorn.
And with regard to certain charges
niado by members of this House,
notably tho Noblo from Maui, that
this Cabinet was inimical to tho
United Statos, that nrysolf and tho
other mombors ot this Cabinet weio
opposed to American interests and
opposed to any closer relations with
tho United States, I say to them that
that is an unqualified falsehood, that
that is a trumped up statement to
work up a patriotic and national
feeling. If tho member from Maui
can say that I as an American am
oppo.sed to tho interests which will
bring us into closer relations with
tho United States, I challenge him
to show where I havo in word, action
or deed in any way put myself in a
position that such a charge can hold
against me, and 1 stamp the state
ment as unqualifiedly untrue. Tho
Noblo from Maui and other mombors
also havo charged that my legislative
action and attitude showed animosity
to tho United Statos representative
hore through tho resolution which I
introduced in tho early part of tho
session, some tluee mouths ago, and
before my accession to thb Cabinet,
referring to certain words expressed
by His Excellency tho American
Ministor on tho occasion of Docora
tion Day. Now it seemed to me at
that timo that those words pro
nounced by His Excellency implied
unjust criticism on the administra
tion of justico in this Kingdom, and
was holding out inducements to a
class of foreigners to come horo and
start up strife in this country. 1 bo
liovod it at that timo. Tho Ameri
can Ministor has sinco then disclaim
ed any such intention and I boliove
what ho says to bo so. But certainly
that littlo affair could not have
changod my feolings in any wity; I
hold to-dny tho samo feolings of
friendliness towards tho American
Ministor, and outside of that opisodo
thoro is no cause and no reason why
such charges should ha attributed
to mo. For I holiLin veneration tho
United Statos, as 1 am a citizen of
that countrj', a citizon, not by acci
dent of birth, but because I prefer
red to bo naturalized an American
citizon over any other nationality in
this wide world. (Applause). Now
if those objections aro urged against
this Cabinet because 1 am a member
of this Cabinot to-day, 1 would ask
tho Nobles from Maui, especially tho
ono on this sum (.Baldwin), who is
supporting this resolution, how thoy
can justify their position whon two
months ago thoy urged mo, especial
ly the Noble on this side, to take
this same position in tho Cabinot
that I hold to-day, whon tho resolu
tion that 1 had introduced with re
gard to the American Ministor was
a matter of record and stood against
mo thou. They not only urged mo
to tako tho position on their own ac
count, saying that it would bo ao-
coutablo to Ihonii but that it
would bo acceptable to their friends
also. If such an objection holds
against mo to-dny, why didn't it hold
good thou? Now it will bo seen that
those charges aro specious, thoy are
groundless, thoy aro uiitruo, thoy aro
dastardly. Tho gontleinon whohavo
spoken to that effect know that thoro
is no animosity on my part towards
tho American Minister nor towards
tho United Statos, of which country
I am proud to bo a citizon. And
whon such statements aro made that
this Cabinot is opposed to American
interests, it is noedloss to rofuto such
statements except by stating that
throo mombors of this Cabinot aro
Amorican citizons to-daj'.
Hop. Smith asked if tho Minister
was not a Hawaiian subject.
Minister Macfarlano I havo taken
tho oath of allegiance as a deni
zen and was ono of tho last to lake
it at tho timo wo all took it and
then 1 took it under .tho advico of
Mr. Morrill (U. S. Minister) who was
horo, who said that it would not
jeopardize my Amorican citizenship
at that time.
Now with regard to tho interroga
tories of the honorable gentleman
from Lihuo, as to whether I nm an
Amorican citizen, 1 would state that
I am n hotter Amorican to-day than
ho is a Hawaiiaiij or ho would never
raise these questions.- This question
of annexation has nothing to do
with this Cabinot; if there is such a
feeling in this countrj it is bocauso
tho ltoprosentativo from Lihuo, tho
Hon. Noblo from Maui and others
havo talked annexation. Thoy have
talked this until thoro is not a na
tivo but believes that thoy would
deliver this country over to tho
United Statos or any other country
for their own commercial and pri
vato onds. If thoro is anj' such feel
ing to-daj' it is because of their
action throughout. It is onlj' a
short timo ago that tho Noblo from
Maui intended to prepare or was
preparing or was askocl as to his
willingness to prepare an articlo on
annexation for a California maga
zine, and ho then told mo that ho
boliovod in annexation, and ho bo
liovos in it to-daj'.
Two weeks ago those gentlemen
wore fighting for tho Constitutional
principle involved, which principle
to-dny is lost sight of and thoj' aro
trumping up such specious charges
as tho Cabinot's being inimical to
Amorican interests and having no
policj", all of which aro untrue.
This Cabinet has not boon tried
and thoj do not propose to al
low it to bo tried. When tho
Cabinet was (riven timo, to-day
being sot as tho time, at which thoj'
woro to give to the Houso what thoj'
had formulated with regard to a fin
ancial policj, this resolution comes
in to defeat what wo havo been trj'
ing to do in the interests of tho
countrj. Tho gentlemen havo
charged that wo aro opposed to Am
erican interests, that our rotontion
in tho Ministrj' would mean that
closor relations with the United
Statos would bo impossible, that tho
struggling industries that aro now
in their infancy and which should
bo encouraged with tho United
Statos woro throttled in their in
fancy" because wo had a Cabinot
horo that tho United States Govern
ment would not recognize bocauso
wo woro unfriendly and against a
closor relation, that must appear to
tho intelligent mombors of this
Houso tho veriest bosh and non
sense, and I don't believe thai anj'
gentleman who has charged that bo
liovos it for a moment. And thoj
will not find thoir statements corro
borated bj anj of tho correspond
once on it botweou our Foreign Of
fico and tho Amorican Minister. 1
wish I could rofor thoin to tho cor
respondence that has been carried
on between tho two Governments,
and thoj' would seo that this Gov
ernment has boon trying to negoti
ate a now commercial treaty with
tho Government of tho United
States which is now in the hands of
the Hawaiian Minister at Washing
ton. These statoinonts that this
Cabinot cannot bring about those
relations is simply tho samo old
storj- and is throwing dust in the
ojes of tho people and making peo
ple believe that they aro tho onlj'
ones that can bring about those
needed benefits to tho country.
It has also boon said bj' tho Noblo
from Maui that the utterances of the
Daily Bulletin in this city are to bo
charged against this Cabinet, thoj'
having inspired it mid thoy being
responsible for it bocauso it is thoir
official organ. Tho gentleman ad
vancingthathtatoinont knows that it
is utterly untrue, and that wo havo
no'iutorest in it with tho exception
that His Excolloncj' tho Minister of
Foreign Affairs acquired a fow
shares of stock soino throo years
ago, on which nil this claim is based.
It is spread about the streets that
this Cabinet have brought about
complications between tho United
Statos Minister and this Govern
ment which I brand as false, and I
havo horo in my hands the corre
spondence that passed between tho
Amorican Ministor i'lonipotontiarj'
and the Minister of Foreign Affairs,
and which I propose to read to this
Houso if I am so requostod, and I
ask that tho Houso request that it
may bo read.
Noblo Williams moved that the
corrospoudonco offered bj' tho Min
ister bo road to tho Houso.
Noblo Thurston objected. Ho said
the Ministor should tako thorospon
sibilitj' upon himself. Ho did not
wish to havo it placed upon tho
Hop. Ashford approved of tho re
marks of tho previous speaker. Ho
hoped that tho Ministor would not
unload all that diplomatic twaddle
on the House.
Hep. Waipuilaui said that ho did
not think tho Ministor could present
tho correspondence. If road tho
Houso should bo cleared.
Hep. Kaunaniano desired that the
corrospoudonco bo road.
Minister Macfarlano, continuing,
said that ho did not propose to road
this correspondence without the
concurrence of tho Houso. If read
it would show that tho lie could bo
givon to all theso statements that
havo been so freely bruit od about
where thoy would "do tho most in
jury, in this Houso, and iu this roso-
lution. If tho Houso asks for it thoy
can havo it, if not, not.
Itop. Ashford - Wo won't ask for it.
Minister Parker said the allegation
is niado horo that the Cabinet is on
unfriendly terms with tho Anioricnn
Minister. This correspondence
should bo read and it would dis
prove the allegation in the resolu
tion. Ho noticed that the intro
ducers of tho resolution did not want
this correspondence rend, that was
an indication of backing down. Tho
allegations relative to this should bo
struck out of tho resolution.
There was a short, sharp fight be
tween Hop. Bush, Hop. Ashford, Kep.
Knmauoha and Hop. Kapahu for tho
possession of tho floor won by Hop.
(The rest of the debate will appear
to-morrow, including a stenographic
report of tho Attornej'-Genoral's
Noble Pua moved tho indefinite
postponement of tho resolution of
want of confidence. Lost by an aye
and naj volo of l to 15.
A motion to strike out the second
clause of the resolution was put and
The'inotion to pass the resolution
was then put and carried bj an nj'o
and nay vote of 31 to 15. Iiecou
sidoration was moved bj Rep. Ash
ford and lost. Following is t lie aye
and nay vote on tho passage of the
Ayes Nobles Ena, Cummins Kau
hnno, .T. M. Horner Hoapili, Mars
den, Young, Baldwin, W. V. Horner,
Walbridgo, Anderson, Thurston, G.
N. Wilcox and Kanoa; Heps. Wilder,
Bipikano, Ashford, Aki, Kauhi, It.
W. Wilcox, Bush. Nawahi? A. Hor
nor, Knmauoha, Waipuilaui, Nahinu,
Kaluna, Iosopa, Akinn, Smith and
A. S. Wilcox 31.
Naj's Nobles Hopkins, Pua,
Peterson, Williams, Mailo, Hind,
Cornwell and Dieior; Heps. 1'ua, Ko
ahou, Kaunaniano, Kapahu, White,
Kanealii and Edmonds 15.
Absent Noblo Borgor.
At 10:18 tho Assomblj', on motion,
Tuesday, Oct. IS, 1892.
Tho Assomblj' convened at 10
o'clock. Aftor tho transaction of tho
usual routine business, tho Presi
dent stated that Hor Majesty had
signed tho following bills, and tho
titles woro read by tho Clerk as fol
lows: Bill 93, to dofino tho duties of
Ministers of tho Crown and other
oflicors of tho Hawaiian Government
in the purchase of manufactured
goods or articles for tho uso of the
Hawaiian Government. Bill 112, to
prohibit introducing or lu'eeding
mongoose on the Hawaiian Islands.
Bill 107, relating to pilots and pilot
ago at tho port of Honolulu. Bill
112, defining highwaj-s and defining
and establishing certain rights ami
duties in connection therewith.
Hop. Smith moved that a commit
tee of four bo appointed to wait on
Hor Majesty and inform hor of tho
passage of the vote of want of con
fidence and that tho following mom
bors bo appointed on said commit
tee: Nobles Baldwin, Cummins,
Hoapili and Kauoa.
Minister Macfarlano made a state
ment that tho Cabinet had tondored
thoir resignations; Her Majesty had
desired tho members of tho Cabinet
to retain thoir positions until the
appointment of their successors.
Hop. Ashford said il was tho right
of tho Legislature to have the vacan
cies filled at once. Ho amended the
resolution offered and moved that
tho resolution of want of confidence
bo engrossed and then presented to
Hor Majestj' bj tho President.
Hop. Smith withdrew his motion
in favor of that of Hop. Ashford.
Argument was then entorcd into
for and against tho proposition to
make tho President a ''messenger
boj-" of tho Assomblj'. Some of tho
mombors held that it was a "high
honor" for tho President.
At 11:10 tho question was put and
tho amendment or motion of Hop.
Ashford that the" President convoy
tho engrossed resolution to Hor
Noblo J.M. Horner asked for leave
IWidout Walker stated that No
bio Homer was a nuM oAcmplarj
member; ho was found in his Seat
every morning ut prayers and was
never absent, and there could be no
doubt that tho desired lenvo of
absence would bo willingly granted.
On motion at 11:12 tho House ad
journed. Porsons troubled with chronic
diarrhoa should try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera anil Diarrluca Ko
modj'. Manj' cases havo boon cured
by it after all else had failed and
skilled phj'sicians woro poworless.
For salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for the Hawai
rpilK ANKUAb MKKT1NO OK THK
X Htoi'ldiohlcru of tlio ilnnoUuii Hugur
Uompauy -ill liu hold on YVKDNKSKA Y,
tlio lUtli hist., ut ID o'clock A. m., itt tlio
oilico of 1 A. Kcliut'fur k l!o.
rpilU ANNUAL MKUTINO OV TilK
X Ktockliolilur.s of tlio I'ncilUi Kugur
Mill will In. Iifl.l on THUiltfDAY. tin.
JOtli hint., ut 10 o'clock A. M., at tlio oilico
of K. A. Hcliuofer A. (Jo.
rpili: ANNUAL MKIJTlNll Ol-' T1IK
J. Htockliolilurri of tlio Kohala Sueur Co,
will Im liclil at till) oilico of Cullo
I'ook-n, mi TIIUKHUAY, Oct. IM), lh!)J,
1(1 o'clock A, M,
J. II. ATIIKKTON,
ABSCOND - HANI)
l'liuutoii; iiui'jt ho in
Tlioroimli llunuir mill of
Btyliali AiiiKiuruuce. Anjily tu
6W-K V. b. HUl'l'lUt.
Poi Bowls, Kitchen Bowls
Ewers & Basins !
3VEcK:ii.ley .IPices I
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprockcls' Bank.
FALL SEASON 1892,
On. T-u.esd?5f7-- Oct- 8
AND FOLLOWING DAYS.
104 Port Streot, Honolulu,
l'ltitu:, sr. vr.xi'B. siii.it iiy iucixjoihtn.
PREPARED AND GUARANTEED BY E. W. HOYT & CO., LOWELL, MASS.
Manufacturers of tho Celebrated Hoyt'B Cermnn Colouno. .
Th such a popular preparation, that it nuuds no praise from
us to prove its merits. ' This is simply to inform you
that we are the Agents for Himiikoam, and
can supply it in any quantity.
PRICE 25 OElsTTS PER BOTTLE,
,er LIBERAL DISCOUNT
109 Port Street,
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
IIY LAST STKAJini! A VVA, LINK OK
BLACK QOODS !
llliicl; Cuhlinicrn CMncli wide, ,r0 cent jut ' llliick, Cotton, Silk mid Kid Olovis in nil
yutil uml tiimuriltt. (.lite.
Black Iiiiliu l.uwn. llliick French 1-uun. Muck Stocking for Utcllc uml Children.
Muck Buttecn In I'luln uml Klguroil. Muck Silk W'urii Hcnrictto Cloths,
Muck Oilico In I'liiin nail Kiun-1. i'.tc, lite, Ktc, Ktc.
B. F. EHLERS &
v i x'ijW'Tha,
Hats & Bonnets
?:? F;: ', '? .r j'iBrrT: 'lr!?"i.
Flavored. A Perfect Liquid Dentifrice.
and Beautifies the Teeth. Heals and
hardens the gums Leaves a refreshing coolness in
the mouth Imparts a delightful fragrance to the
breath. Beautifully put up. Convenient to use.
TO THE THADE.
- - - KCon.olu.li, KC. I.
CO.'S, 99 Fort St,
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