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NOTICE TO VENDERS
Of Goods, Waros and Morchandiso.
Kotteo It hereby given tlmt nil applica
tions for Iiliun-i to VimiiI Goods, Wares
and Merchandise of rorclgn liiiiort!ition
must hereafter bo made In wilting jind
sworn to before some olllccr authorized bj
law to administer oath".
Tho form of application under the Act
approved Dec. 10, ISO.', inu-t be sub-tim-tlnlly
In tna following form, to wit;
To His Excellency
The MinKter of the Interior,
Tho undersigned respectfully nukes
hereby nn Application turn
McrchntulNo Licence which expires .
1M) , mid on his Oath deposes
and says that tho total amount of sales of
Merchandise fur the ytnr muling tliu diitc
of expiration of last lleense, as shown by
Bonks amounted to
($ ), being an average
.... per mouth, and that
pinto of business .... is at
District of . .
Island of .. , and that .
deals in . . , ami that
. domiciled in this King
dom and . . not .I'oinineiei.il Tra
veller ... nor . .. .Agent of any
Foreign House, as sueh temporal ily in
this Kingdom for tho purpose of soliciting
Sworn to beforu me this
, A. D. 1WI
When application is mado fur a License
in the name of a J'irni or Corporation, the
signature must bo tho name of tho I'll in or
Company and that of tho olllLer or mem
ber of such firm or Company duly autho
rized to sign the. firm or Company name.
O. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, .Ian. !, 1MU.
A. S. KAEHU, Esq., has this day been
appointed Commissioner of Eciiccs for the
District of X. Kohala, Island of Hawaii.
Tho Board now consists as follows:
ROUT. HIXI), J.,
H. L. HOIiiTKIX,
A. S. KAEHU,
0. X WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 4, 1MIJ.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1, 1893.
THE LOAN ACT.
To Authorize a National Loan and to
Define the Uses to Which the
Money Borrowed Snail be Ap
it Enacted by th
Queen and the
ait (i7im Kino-
Legislature of the
Section 1. Tho Minister of Fi
nance with tho approval of a major
ity of tho Cabinet is, heroby author
ized to isbtio Coupon Bonds of tho
Hawaiian Gov eminent of a denomi
nation not loss than One Hundred
Dollars, and in tho aggregate not ex
ceeding Seven Hundred and Fifty
Thousand Dollars in tho manner and
for tho tibos in this Act stated.
Section 2. Said bonds shall bo ex
empted from all taxes and shall bear
interest at tho rate of not mote than
six por centum per annum payablu
semi-annually, and shall bo ledeeiu
ablo not loss than ten nor more than
twenty yoar after tho date of issue,
tho principal and interest to bo paid
in gold com of tho United States ol
America or its equivalent.
Section 21. Said bonds shall bo
signed by tho Minister of Finance
and bj' tho Itegistrar of Public Ac
counts and bo sealed by tho boal of
the-Department of tho Minister of
Finance, and shall not bo issued at
less than tho rate of ninot3'-oight
per centum of their nominal par
value in gold coin of the United
States, except that tho Minister of
Finance, with tho approval of a maj
ority of tho Cabinet, may allow a
commission not exceeding live por
centum to any person or syndicate
that ma1 negotiate said bonds, pro
vided, however, that any such com
mission shall not bo allowed for any
bonds sold in this kingdom, or to
residents of this kingdom.
Section 1. Tho sums borrowed
under this Act shall be placed in the
Treasury to tlio credit of the "Loan
Fund of 185)2," and shall bo paid
out for and used for the following
Now Wharves, Sea Wall,
Dredging Harbor and
Bar, Honolulu WOO.tXXI (X)
Roads, Bridges and L Hid
ings 120,500 (X)
Tho success of Chambeilain's
Cough Bomody in oll'eetinga speedy
euro of colds, croup and whooping
cough has brought it into great do
maud. Messrs. Pontius A; Son, of
Cameron, Ohio, wy that it has
gained a reputation second to none
m that vicinity. J as. M, Queen, of
Johnston, V. Va., says it is tho best
he ever used. B. P. Jones, druggist,
Winona, Miss., bays: Cliambui Iain's
Cough Itemody is perfectly reliable,
1 have always warranted it and it
never failed to give the most perfect
nutisfautioii," f0 cent bottled for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
Hi Co,, AguntH for the Hawaiian
BIBTH OF A COURT.
Induction of tho First and Second
Circuit Judges of Oahu.
Judges W. A. Whiting and W. P.
Froar, of tho Circuit Court of Oahu
created under tho Act of tho present
Legislature to Ueorganizo tho Judi
ciary, were formally inducted boforo
tho Supreme Court and the Bar this
morning. At 10 o'clock Chief Jus
tice J mid and Associate Justices
Bickerton and Dole entered the up
stairs courtroom, accompanied by
Judges of the Circuit Court. Tho
Supreme- Justices took tho three
middle seats on the bench, while
Judge Whiting sat on their right and
Judge Frear on their loft.
The following members of tho
Bar attended tho induction: A. S.
Hartwcll, l'aul Neumann, W. K.
Castle, F. M. Hatch A. Jlota, W. C.
Achi, Chas. Creighton, John liich
mdson, J. M. Monsarrat, W. Horace-
Wrijxht, V. U. t'arko, Arthur M.
Brown, E. IT. Ward, Enoch Johnson,
J. K. Kahookano, L. A. Thurston,
C. L. Carter, J. M. Kaneakua, A. P.
Peterson, J. K. Kaulia, A. G.Gorroa,
A. K. Paelo and Bobort Makahalupa
(Police Magistrate of Ewa).
Chief Justico Judd said that, as
before announced ollieially, commis
sions hail Deen issuoii to Mr. w.
Austin WhitiiiK ami Mr. W. F.
Fiear as Judges of tho Circuit Court
of Oahu, under tho Act to lie-organize-
tho Judiciary Department. At
this beginning of a now year ho
would congratulate the members of
the bar on theso appointments.
Those gentlemen had had tho bono
llts of a liboral education Mr.
Whiting from old Harvard Univer
sity, and Mr. Frear from its peer,
Yale. It was a great advantage to
have judges who wore well trained
in tho law. Ho presumed that at
tho beginning of work under tho
now Act points on procedure would
not bo too freely raised. In taking
loavo of ii iV prius jurisdiction ho
must say ho folt some regret. A nisi
print judge was in touch with tho
people, lie had found benefit per
sonally from going on circuit. It en
abled a judge to perceive the cus
toms of tho people, their conuitions
of li ing, etc. The now Act was a
long one and ho had no doubt it
would lequiro judicial construc
tions. In reference to tho method
of taking an appeal ho was not
satisfied with it. Ho had not
been in sympathy with somo
technicalities of tho Act. Tho
method of taking an appeal should
bo so plain that ho who runs may
read. Possibly tho rules to bo made
by Their Honors tho Circuit Judges
would simplify matters. In conclu
sion ho trusted that the Circuit
Judges would fill their positions
with ability, sotting a good example
in procedure to tho Judges of other
Circuits. Judges trained as thoj'
had been at tho capital, whore tho
principal judicial business was con
centrated, had more advantages
than those in tho country districts.
Justice Dole, Second Associate of
tho Supremo Court, remarked that
this was a very pleasant occasion for
him, as ho had been long interested
in judicial reform. In lb82 he wrote
an aiticlo in a loyal paper favoring
an increase in t Ji number of judges
as a means of remedying palpable de
fects in tho system. Tho gouoral
opinion of tho bar was that tho ap
pellate system was defective in that
a judge often sat twice on tho same
case in appeal. It was found on trial
that tho increase of judges did not
remedy tho ovil except slightly.
Ho had come to tho conclusion that
a thorough reorganization of the
judiciTj department was necessary.
Now that they wore about begin
ning work on tho reformed basis ho
congratulated tho members of tho
bar. Somo friction at tho outset
would bo inevitable, yet before long
tho working would bo smooth and
acceptable, not only to tho Bar but
to litigants. All tho nisi riiix work
on this island, as woll as that of an
intermediate appellate court, would
fall to tho Circuit Court of Oahu,
and tho gentlemen who had received
the appointments to its Bench would
havo their confidence.
Justice Bickerton, First Associate
of tho Supreme Court, said it had
not been his intention to speak,
thinking tho Chief Justice would
ipeak for tho Court, and ho desired
to gio tho gentlemen of tho Bar as
much time as possible. When this
bill was introduced ho was opposed
to it. Ho did not think the coun
try was quite leady for it. It
was his opinion then that a Su
premo Bench of five judges would
lio sufficient to overcome objec
tions to the system. There would
then generally bo four judges who
had not heard a particular caso be
fore its final hearing. As time went
on and amendments were made to
the bill, he camn to tho boliof that
the time had come for tho change,
and still believing so ho congratu
lated them on tho change. This
bill abolished what ho had always re
gauled as a wast oi of time that"
is, the Intermediary Court of Oahu.
It gae power also to waive a jury.
It obviated difficulty whoro ono
judge was disqualified from sitting
on an appeal. Even when thoro
woio five judges this sometimes hap
pened anil the remaining four stood
two to two. Tho other day the
present Court wore one to one on an
appeal when the Chief Justice was
disqualified. This Act, however, pro
vided means for nlwayh filling the
appellate Bench, by a Circuit Judge
or even in an extremity by a member
o the Bar. Gentlemen, 1 congratu
late you, and I congratulate tho
country, on the appointment of
these two gentlemen. We havo seen
Ilium in practice and I think wo
jliall not hao cause to regret their
Mr. Hart well's remarks woie in
part as follows:
It givoi me pleasure to come here
with member of the Bar aud wel
come Judge Whiting and Judge
l''icar to their positions on tlio
Heiich of the First Circuit. Thoyro
iiroMtnt the one what Harvaid Col
lego and Law School, and (he oilier
wind Yale College and Law School
could do for tliem, They come to
IIiIh work well equipped fiir it. They
have not been drawn into conflicts
or antagonism to any great extent,
and will bo regarded an free from
bias and predilections. But it will
not bo forgotten by them that "To
whom much is given, of him will
much bo required. 1 hope that a
magnificent career is boforo each of
thoin. The judicial function allows
scope for tho highest qualities. 1
trust that our now judges will do as
woll as human frailty will permit. I
am delighted that tlio Judiciary Act
is passed. It is not complete, a. id
has many defects. But I think it will
accomplish radical and far-reaching
results, not only in tlio administra
tion of law, but in the lnw itsolf.
The common law of England is
now law in Hawaii, as far as Hawaii
an onactiul and adjudicated law
and Ilawaiian customs permit.
Hawaiian law now scorns to mo have
a meaning and a symmetry wliich
it never boforo possessed; the lawyer
has no longer to guess what tlio
judges will think fit to call law, ho
will bo able to ascertain and know
tho law, to an extent which was bo
Mr. Castlo thought all had boon
said that could bo said with proprie
ty then, but ho wished to join with
tho gentlemen who had spoken. Of
defects in tho now law ho men
tioned that it did not indicate
to whom a petition in equity
should bo addressed. He hoped
tho provision that Circuit Judges
should make returns would
work an improvement in the matter
of statistics. Knowledge of sent
ences passed by different Judges
would bo valuable in tending to
bring about a uniformity in penalties
imposed throughout the kingdom for
similar offenses. Ho regauled tho
abolition of tho Intermediary Court
as something worthy of a celebration.
Ho congratulated tho members of
the Bar and the Supremo Court on
tho now system. The Court would
now stand higher in tho community
than it had ever done boforo. Ho
regretted that provision had not
been mado for tlio Supremo Court
to sit outsido of Honolulu except in
case of war, famine or pestilence, as
occasions might arise wnen it would
bo for tho public advantago to haie
a session, say, at Hilo.
Air. Uroighton, in assenting to re
marks of Justice Bickerton and Mr.
Castle, called the defunct Interme
diary Court a judicial giaoyard.
Some of his old cases were resurrect
ed from it last week. Now an ap
peal will go direct on tho Circut
Court calendar. Ho was glad that
tho Justices would not recede
from a conscientious position to
prevent a tie. It confirmed tho res
pect of tho Bar for tho Supiomo
Court. Tho speaker eulogized J udgo
Whiting from peisonal knowledgo
in association with him, and Judge
Frear from observation of his course
Both hold the respect of the com-lnuiiitj-.
Judge Whiting thanked tho mem
bers of tho Bar lor their good words.
Ho asked their co-operation and as
sistance in framing rules of proce
dure. His relations had always been
pleasant with members ol tho liar,
and ho hoped and expected they
should always bo so.
Judge Frear thanked the Bar for
its large representation and the ! .nd
words to welcome tliem. Ho hoped
they should have the aid of the Bar
in making the machinery of tho now
sj'stein work smoothly. While much
was expected of them by tho Bar,
much was expected by them of tho
Bar, aud ho hoped for their co
operation in making tho now law
Chief Justice Judd, referring to
tho remark on the law's machinery,
said the Judges would bo tho chief
engineers, and tho lubricating oil
would bo courtesy of the Bar. Ho
closed by declaring the Circuit
Court of tho First Judicial Circuit
open for tho despatch of business.
The Fin do Sieclo Small Boy Mrs.
Hicks Do you believe in a really
and truly Santa Clans? Dick Hicks
Of cour.se I do, mamma. (Aside)
I think it is too ciuol for children to
undeceive their parents in .such mat
It is ollieially announced that tho
Queon, at tho request of tho Govern
ment at Washington, has decided to
loan for exhibition at tho Chicago
Fair, Loonardo da Vinci's original
drawing of tho lir.st map of America,
now in tho Queen's collection at
Ono of the .strange revelations of
the Massachusetts elections returns
is the fact that (8,()15 voteis voted
to retain the old provision that tho
Governor of tho State .shall own
1000 worth of land. They woro in
a minority, however.
Dr. McGlynn spoke- on the school
question at Cooper Institute, Now
York, lie piaised Mgr. Satolli,
.scored the parochial .schools and
eulogized tho now ecclesiastical court
at Washington, but declined to say
whether his own case would come
before the tiibunal.
An application for an injunction
to restrain the World's Fair Com
missioners from closing tho Fair on
Sundays is to bo mado boforo the
courts at Chicago. The application
is based on the assumption that the
Jackson Park is public propoitv,
held by the Fark Commissioners in
trust for tho people, and that Utoy
have no authority to debar the pub
lic fioin entrance to it any day in
Tho Fieo Labor Association of
England has issued an address on
tho "Tyranny of Oiganied Laboji"
The condition of the people, owing
to stakes, is the subject of tho mani
festo, wliich goes on to say that
"unions which impose lestrictions
upon tiade without being able to
prove that the aiea of employment
is thereby incioased area cm no to
the count ly and an enemy to all
classes, and should not be tolerated
For pains in the chest there is
nothing better than a flannel cloth
sat mated with Cliiiiubei Iain's I'ain
Halm and bound on over tho seat of
pain. It wid produce a counter in i
tation without blistering, and is not
so disagieeable as mustard; in fact is
much Hiiperior to any planter mi at
count of its paiii-ielleviug qualities.
If used In lliiiu It will (nevoid linoii
moiiia. HO cent bottles for sale by all
dealers. Uuiisou, Smith .V Co.,
Agents for thollawalian Islands,
Notlco to tho Public.
The Ifoncst People of Honolulu:
Tho Shirt Question is still in the
minds of tho public and I wish to
make a standing statoinont in regard
to tho Luning-.TohiiBon matter. On
or about tho 2d day of Docombor a
lot of old shirts was loft in my ollico
with instructions to repair thorn by
ono signed Liming. I did ropair
tho shirts, and a few days lator this
man Lulling, accompanied by his
wifo, called and brought another
shirt to bo repaired, and also asking
to seo tho first lot of shirts. I show
ed thorn and they woro both woll
pleased and said the job was woll
done, and told mo that the China
man would call on Monday and take
them to bo ro-laundriod. This was
on Saturday previous to Monday
mentioned, and when I finished tho
last shirt I brought tho bill to
Luning at his ollico. Ho got oxcited
but 1 did not scare, and I simply
told him I would like to collect
monoy for my work. Ho used somo
very hot words and said I had a
cheek to ask for my monoy then,
and ho said ho would ruin mo, but
still I did not scare. I told Luning
in presenco of a witness that ho was
wolcomo to call at my place of busi
ness, whoro I havo a room enclosed,
and ho could try on tho shirts thoro,
but ho would not do it. No doubt
Mr. Luning thought ho had dead
easj' gamo, but ho was like tho man
that fell out of tho balloon ho was
simply not in it. I will say this,
that in any case I mako now shirts
and if they do not give ontiro satis
faction 1 will alter thorn, mako now
shirts, or refund the monoy. Can
.1113 person do more? I will also
keep in repair all shirts mado by mo
for two j'ears freo of charge, for I
am as quiet as a lamb.
A. L. Johnson,
Tho Shirt Maker,
Gerad Wio in Doutchlaud.
" I have been affiict-
Blliousnoss, " ed with biliousness
li li "and constipation
Constipation,.. for fifteen years.
Stomach I,' first ne and tbea
" another prepara-
Palns. " tion was suggested
" tome and tried but
'' to no purpose. At last a friend
"recommended August Flower. I
" took it according to directions aud
" its effects were wonderful, relicv
" ing me of those disagreeable
"stomach pains which I had been
"troubled with so long. Words
"cannot describe the admiration
"in which I hold your August
" Flower it has given me a new
" lease of life, which before was a
"burden. Such a medicine is a ben
" efaction to humanity, and its good
" qualities and
"wonderful mer- Jesse Barker,
" its should be
"made known to Prlntor,
"everyone suffer- Humboldt,
" ing with dyspep
sia or biliousness Kansas. 5
G. G. GKHEN.Solc Maa'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
A LL PAUTIES HAVING
nunmst the "Criterion Saloon" nre
requested to send them in before January
10, 18!U. li. H. DUE.
rpiin ADJOUKNIII) ANNUAL M15ET
JL inn of the members of tho Bailor's
Home Society will be held at the Ituom of
tho Chamber of ( 'omnicide TO-MOHItOW,
Thursday, the 5th January, 1MM, at 10
o'cloel; a. M.
F. A. SCHAKFER,
Information Concerning Coffee
rpili; BUKKAU OK INFORMATION
JL huvlnu received many inquiries as to
areas and location of laud uvailable for
Codec Culture, hereby requests that all
persons holding land tmttahlo for Cotleu
Cultuie wliich they aro desirous of helling,
leasing or working on nhares, will send in
formation concerning the same to the
Give 1 Iwland and District.
'A If fur sale, lowest price.
1 If for leaso, term, rent and any spe
5 If on shares, condition.
This information will bo compiled and
furnished fiee to imv one ib-siiiug It.
HAW. IHJKI'.AU INFORMATION.
L. A. Tiii'iivio.N, Scc'y. Ul!-lw
Ecelloiit Accommodations for Patients.
No Risl. in Throwing Hori-es.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
I.I I lll.NAIlY IIKMIHinY.
jllell !KI. ) ,, 0 j, . ,
(Mutual 183.f i-"-i,"x "''
W. T. MONSARRAT,
Ill - TELEPHONES MwTi'Ai, 111
At McKinley Prices I
Departure Bay Coal
12 .A. TOISN
37 llcllvercd toany part of Honolulu
up No, 41 1 on
By Jaa. P. Morgan.
AT HI O'CLOCK
at my Salesroom, I will sell at Public Auc
tion, tho Stook of u Country Stoic,
Woolen Shirts, Pants,
BOOTS and SHOES
Umbrellas, Lncos and Insertions, &o.
Also, a lot of
Bedroom Sets, Muttrnssos, Chairs,
Jas. F Morgan,
A Centrally Located
On SATURDAY, Jan. 7th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom. Queen Sticet, 1 will hell
nt Public Auction tlmt
OX I'-MMA STUUKT,
Opposite Kmmiv Square and immediately
below thu Uosidencc of A. II.
Mel I la, Kstj.
The Lot has
of flU feet on
mum street and is 'J8 feet deep. There
is a Cottage with l'nrlur, ISedrooms
ing-room, etc., on tne l.ot.
The Lot is of a convenient siu for a Nice
City Residence and is pleasantlj situated
hut a few step's from llorutnniii sileer.
JgT- For further particulars npply to
Jas. If. Morgan,
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
Notice of Sale of Shares Held as
rpm: uNDnnsiaNUD oivks notice
JL that in pursuance of a power of sale
contained in a collateral note given bv
George V. Macf.irlane to Bishop ,: Co!,
dated March L'lith, 18'W, vaid note being for
the sum of One Hundred and Twenty
three Thousand Thiee Hundiod and Fort
four 7-100 Dollars (f 11,311.07) pajablo to
the order of Bishop A' Co. on or before De
cember 111, ISiH, and of the rights of the
undersigned as holder of said note and of
the shares of stock pledged as secuiityfor
tho payment of the siune, and in con-e-quenco
of the failure of said U. Maefar
lane to piy -aid notu when due, he will
sell at l'ublic Auction at the Salpsioonis of
Lewis J. Levev. Auctioneer, in Honolulu,
on SATURDAY, tho 1 Itli day of January,
A. D. 18'it, at U o'clock noon, all of tho-o
One Thousand One Hundied and Ninety
(1100) Shares of the Capital Stock of the
Vuikapu Sugar Compahy, na Hawaiian
corporation, being the samo covered by
Certificates Nos. 58 50 and 00 in tho name
of Q. YV. Macfurlano, being the sumo
Shares pledged by said (.icorgo W. Maofar
Iiino to said Bishop .V. Co. as security for
the payment of Mini note. Bur Value One
Hundred Dollars (f 100) per Share.
Honolulu, Dec. U1, 180:. 01.5-td
To Let or Lease.
A NICELY FURN1SH
ed House near town.
Kuqiiiro at Buli.i.tin Oflkc.
rpVO NICELY FITR
JL nishel Rooms, cen
trally located. Inquiio at
Bum.ktin Ollice. 3r)3-tf
HOUSE ON K1NAU,
near 1'ciisaeola street.
i;. It. JUJ.NJWY.
007-tf Hawaiian Hardwaic Co.'s store.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent V. C. etc. Commands
one of the finest view s iu'Honolulu. Aiiph
HOUSE ON MAKIKI
Dining-room, ;j Bed
rooms. Kitchen, etc. Car
riage House, Btuhlo ai'il other Uuthoues
on tho pi finises. Thuya piuiniscs adjoin
those occupied by Mr, Creighton, Aiiplvto
Wl-tf .1. M. MONbAKKAt.
A NICE 00TTAC1E ON
Berctaniii Htrcct, near
l'iiUol street, containing
l'arlor, 2 Bedrooms, Bath
room, jfimngiooni, rauiry
Servant's room, Carriage II oiiMt, Stable, etc.
Traiiieais pass every su minutes. Apjii. at
ollico of this paper. -ns-tf
I King Street,
mpled by Mis. l'leming,
containing Two Bediooms.
rarior, Jiluinginnm. Kitchen ami Bath
room; also btables, Caiiiage House and
Seivants' Ouaitois; reasonable rout. An-
J. F. BOW'LEI!
A hlHl'MEM" OF
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
- I'Olt h.M.I! II y
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
lhlly Bulletin, fill vvnU u month,
dell vend rtr,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'i
Saturday, Dec. St, 1S02.
The season of gaiety is
over, Christmas trees have
been relegated to the brush
heap and you begin to think
of the big washing that must
be done Monday. In every
lamily certain articles are
washed at home, some for
sanitary reasons and others
because you are in a hurry
for them. If your Japanese or
Portuguese wash lady happens
to "no feel pretty good" you
must wait until your hurry is
over; she will not rub the
pieces over the board any
faster than she pleases or as
rapidly as your needs require.
In the United States the
trouble is avoided in many
families by the use of a wash
ing machine and the demand
for them is growing daily.
Having been invented by a
man whose wife was a mem
ber of the Sorosis it is easily
understood why the contriv
ance is so simple and the
result so satisfactory. There
is absolutely no labor attached
to it; you can sit down to
your work, wash your clothes
with one hand and rock the
cradle with the other.
Speaking of cradles: the
washing machine is especially
adapted for families where
young children predominate.
The cost of the machine is
about what you would pay for
a months washing; the satis
faction at having your clothes
thoroughly and quickly washed
cannot be reckoned in dollars.
Having finished our remarks
on the means of securing
clean clothes let us dwell a
moment on the
clean bodies and
of acquiring them.
gists supply rears soap and
we sell Colgate's. It is entirely
a matter of opinion as to the
superiority of either; ,ladies,
some of them, prefer. Colgates
on account of the delicious
perfumes and the lack ol
alkalai used in the manufacture.
The city, sometimes, supplies
the water but who supplies the
oest anu Handsomest con
tainers? The echo sends back
the same answer that it has to
the thousand queries of a
similar character as to where
good things may be procured
The Hawaiian Hardware Co !
ments" the bath
just as important
does the washing
a part as
the mortgage. No dwelling
is considered complete with
out them. Notwithstanding
the depressed condition of
trade in the islands there has
been more or less boom
among the builders. But the
question winch interests us
particularly is: Has due re
gard been paid to the charac
ter of the bath tubs and sinks?
If an ordinary zinc arrange
ment has been put in the loss
will be the owner's. If, on the
other hand, the builder has
his customers interest at
heart and put in a Porcelain
lined bath tub the loss is ours
because we did not have them
in stock. Today there's no
reason for loss to either of us.
The "W. H. Dimond" brought
us a supply and we have our
crockery eye on several pro
jected building operations
where these tubs, sinks and
wash stands will be placed
because the persons who will
live in the houses, the owners,
are tired of rusty bath tubs.
We can also show you for
use at home the largest
assortment of moderate priced
glass ware that has ever been
displayed in the Kingdom.
Cheap tumblers Sauce dishes,
Oil and Vinegar bottles with
cut glass stoppers, direct
imitation of genuine cut glass,
Claret pitchers, water pitchers,
Cream jugs etc. They are
all new in design and belt r
than we have ever shown
take paiie of this
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lnjyui iw mil ui mill uiu www.i
that came on the Australia
and Dimond Come and see
Hawaiiau Hardware Co., IA1
(Ippo, KpreckcU' lllock,
.,, .Fort Street.
"W. F. "REYNOLDS, Prop.
Open Evenings I
Neatest & Prettiest Display
IN G BEAT VARIETY.
gXt" A special Importation of
Just lleccived direct from the factory at
DIARIES for 1893
tfSrAlways Remomber Cash Talks.a
Christmas & New
ENNEU .t CO. OoldWutchos
J! Bui e NOVELTIES for the
Our SOUVEMU Jl
Xli Rich Gifts for
OHKI&TMAS JEWEL11Y. &
XOrilINU LIKE IT IN TOWN. ( ).
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Tlie Old Stand,
AVENNEK & CO.,
Impoiting and Mannfactming Jewelois.
Closing' Out Sale
Tojs, with or without Muuh.111i1.111,
DolN, I'lags, Album, Satchels,
Bulges, Vases, Statues,
Bionc Varo, Mocca Cups,
Opeia and Spy Glasses, (warranted first
Miiiois, I'lanius, Brackets,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
I'ans, (etr.i line);
(Juipctsand Hugs, (all si.cos);
Etc., Etc., lite.
tt Each 1'iece marked with CASH
M3S DISCOUNT on Larger Cash Pur
chases. 113 EVERYBODY invited to an In
spection. E. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
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g ; Saloon h
".VI. OL.U' BRAND"
Superior to Any Other !
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.... ...... iiri.iniiiii'ii .inn. oi . or wee mil
tllUi. full on in. .ii. i. .it.. ...... ,1.1...... 1.
iiiitliliU! lidded uMiipt the I'lneM Kimar,
and nothing liil.cn aa fioiu it hut wnicr,
i ponies mid allium pceii
1 SlflU. '
i. nii-ii'iiMi' iii.m'smi mi urn original pro-
Miliar to Miruoglaii
.'or Sale lu Quatititlou to Suit by
II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
The Ihllu ItulUlJfi l Mr.wTj
currimnr fiU ivhN per mouth,