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M;! BY AUTHORITY.
NOTICE TO VENDERS
Of Goods, Wares nnd M 'lchmidiao
Notice is hereby given tlint nil applica
tions for Licenses to Vein) Hoods, Wares
and Merchandise of Foreign Importation
must hereafter bo made In writing nnd
sworn to boforo sotno otllcer authorized by
law to administer oaths.
The form of application under the Act
approved Dee. 11), 18 limit be substan
tially in tno. following form, to wit:
To His Excellency
The Minister of the Interior,
The undersigned respectfully makes
hereby an Application for a
Mcrchamliso Llcenso which expires
181).., and on ills Oath dupoos
and says that the total amount of sales of
Merchandise for the year ending the dnte
of expiration of last license, as shown by
Hooks amounted to
(if ), being an average of
$ per month, and that
place of business is at
, District of
Island of , and that
deals in , and that
domiciled In tills King
dom and, not Commercial Tra
veller nor Agent of any
Foreign House, a such temporarily in
this Kingdom for the purpose of soliciting
Sworn to before me this. . . .day of
, A.D. 1MJ..
When application is made for a License
in the name of u Firm or Corporation, the
signature must be the name of tho Firm or
Company and that of the olllcer or mem
ber of such Finn or Company duly autho
rized to sign tho Firm or Company name.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oillce, .Inn. 3, 181).'!.
Sealed tenders for printing and binding
the Eighth Volume of Hawaiian lieports
in book form corresponding in typo, size
and appearance with" tho previous volume.
The tender for printing to be at a fixed
rate per page of the printed matter. The
edition will bo GOO copies to be folded, stitch
ed, bound and lettered in similar manner
as tho previous volume. The bids for
printing nnd binding may either be com
bined or separate. The worl to be
ueiivereu in lour months from tlio time the
tender is accepted.
Bidders to submit a sample of page and
to state the weight of paper proposed to be
used, and to address tenders to the Clerk
of the Judiciary Department on or before
the 12th instant, at 12 o'clock noon.
As the work progresses proof sheets are
to be sent currently to the proof-reader of
the Supreme Court for correction.
The Court does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any bid.
By order of the Court.
Aiiiolani Hale, January U, 18!3.
In accordance with Section 1 of Chapter
XXVI. of the Laws of lfcSO, all persons
holding Water Privileges or those paying
Water Hates, are hereby notified that the
Water Hatos for the term ending Juno 30,
18!)3, will be due and payable at the Oilice
of tho Honolulu. Water Works on the 1st
day of January, 16!)3.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they aro duo will be sub
ject to an additional 10 percent.
Bates are payable at the Ollieu of the
Wutcr Works in tho Kapuaiua Building.
JOHX C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I.. Dee. 21, 102.
SALE OF THE
Government Land Known as Laula,
in Holualoa 2, N. Kona, Hawaii.
On TUESDAY, January 10, 1803, at 12
o'clock noon, ut the front entrance of Aiii
olani Halo will be sold at Public Auction
the Government Land known as Laula, in
Holualoa 2, Xorth Kona, Hawaii, contain
ing un area of 38 2-10 acres 11 little more or
Upset price $100.
a. x. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, Dee. 12, ls!J2.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, bo rc.-regi-tered
prior to July 1, 18!i3, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter be appro
priated hy any one.
Itegtstratlou on Oalm shall bo made at
tho Interior Oilice.
On the other Islands it shall bo done at
tho Ofiices of tho several Shcrilfs.
0. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oillco, Dee. 2. 1802. MMf
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Taxpayers uro hereby notified that 011
and after the fifteenth day of this month,
January, ten per cent will bo added to all
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy AsscKoi unil Collector, Honolulu,
P. 0. Joniih,
Minister of Finance.
January 20, 1803, being tho Second Anni
versary of Uor Majesty Queen Llliuoka
lunl's Accession to the Throne, fulling (in
Sunday, MOXDAY, January .'10, 1803, will
be observed as 11 Public Holiday, and all
tlovoniment Ofiices throughout tho King
dom will bo closed on thut day.
0. N. WILCOX,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oillco, January tl, 1&KI.
IlrilKU' ok Customs, 1
Hunom'M'i .Inn. it, ISM. f
DAFT. A. N. T1UPP lin- this day been
appointed 1'ort Surveyor for the Port ami
Collectlon'Dlstrlct of Honolulu, Oalm, vice
0. lj. Crubbe, resigned.
A. S. 01.K0 HOUX,
P. C. .1onks,
Minister of Finance.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Kates, arc hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for trriga
,ton purposes are ftom 11 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
md -1 to ti o'clock i'. m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WH1TK,
Snpt. Honolulu Water Works.
0. X. Wtl.iox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. C, 1M0.
The following gentlemen have been this
day appointed a Hoard of Dental Exami
ners for the Hawaiian Kingdom, under the
Act approved on the Ulth day of December,
A. D. 1802:
DH. J. M. WHITNEY for tho 3 Year
OEOnOE P. AXDKEWS, M. 1)., for the
2 Year Term. S
DH. It. W. AXDIIKSOX "for the 1 Year
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oillco, Jan. r, 1803.
0. F. HOHXEU, Esq., has this day been
appointed a member of ltoad Board for
the Taxation District of Lahaina, Maul,
for the unexpired term made vacant by tho
death of C. Kalunkini.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oulcc, Jan. 0, 1803.
II DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit 0 All.
MONDAY, JAX. 9, 1893.
Tho article from the Now York
Sun in this issuo should have accom
panied tho comments thoreon in
Saturday's paper. "With tho inequal
ity of legislative representation in
Connecticut a parallel was found in
tho abnormally excessive representa
tion of tho Noblo voters of this coun
try. While not advocating universal
suiFrage, wo aro in favor of a con
siderable modification of tho proper
BE CONSISTENT OR NOTHING.
The Advertiser of this morning ex
presses itself as being strongly op
posed to another resolution of want
of confidence in tho Ministry. It
condemns such practice in uumis-
lakable language. A resolution of
want of confidence was brought up
in tho Houso against tho Parker
Cabinet and failed. It was brought
up again, after well known and
shamelessly open and notorious at
tempts at bribery had been made by
tho party of principles, and tho re
sult was that tho voto theu carried.
Whether tho attempts at bribery
were successful or not, wo do not
know. We do know that men" who
had volunteered tho promise to sus
tain that Cabinet experienced a sud
den change of mind undor tho con
vincing pressure of certain men,
whose arguments consisted mainly
of subventions of various sums of
monoy, largo and small. The censor
of tho Advertiser remained discreetly
silent, though tho reasons given by
tho converted members for their ac
tion showed conclusively that thoy
were subterfuges to cover up other
reasons which might have affected
tho reputation and porsonal liberty
of somo members of our community.
Out upon such chicanery! Mr.
Thurston's running partner (tho
devil) had probably tho management
of that part of Liberal-Reform poli
tics. Howard on a Riddle.
Tho other day Dr. J. W. Winter,
tho dentist who resides on Borotania
street, noticed some children playing
outside of his oillco. Tho doctor
during a temporary spoil from
"drawing," wont out to tho children
and asked them if they could answor
a riddle. If thoy could do so cor
rectly lie would give tho ono that
did so So. "What is the riddle?"
asked ono of tho children. "It is
this," replied tho doctor: "Whj is
Borotania street like tho Arctic
Ocean? and tho ono that gives mo
tho answer to-morrow morning earns
tho.?5." Next morning a little, girl
approached tho doctor and said she
know tho answor to tho riddle.
"Well, what is it? said tho doctor.
Tho littlo girl replied. "Tho reason
Borotania street is like tho Arctic
Ocean is, because there is always a
Wintor in it. Tho girl got tho $5."
"For tho past two or throe years 1
linvo been subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," says .Mr. Y. A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
Boonville, Dalian Co., Iowa. "I have
tried a number of difi'oront remedies;
tho best ono being Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhti'a Reme
dy. Ono or two doses of it always
cures mo." Sold 1)3' all dealers.
Beiihon, Smith A; Co,, Agents for tho
Tlio Sohleoingor syndicate of .Mil
waukee is said to have purchased
the famous Aragon iron iniuo near
Norway, Mich., for .fOOOXX).
Monday, .Inn. 5), 181W.
Assembly convened at SI for
Roll call and reading of
minutes of previous meeting. Min
Noblo Hopkins, from a select com
mittee, reported on tho following
petitions, viz.: 1. Relative to shoot
ing over grounds at Kalin, Oahu
(Airs. Ward's), recommend reference
to the Attorney-General. 2, In'ro
claim of II. von'Werthoru for 7(100
for unfulfilled promises by the late
King Kalakaua. The committee
recommended that the petition bo
tabled. Both reports were adopted.
Minister Wilcox reported that Her
Majesty had signed the following
bills: 1, Bill 2J0, to orotect forests.
Bill 209, to give cert;.. a postal privi
leges to tho Bureau of Information.
51, Bill 211, to prevent fraud in tho
sale of butter. -I, Bill 201, relative
to increase of duties on spirits. 5,
Hill 2J, relating to the l'ostal Sav
ings Bank depositors. (, Bill 228, to
provide a Fire Department for the
district of Hilo. 7, Bill 230, relative
to tho Homestead Law.
Minister Brown gavo notice of in
tention to introduce a bill to provide
for a now section to bo added to tho
Chinese. Restriction Act, and provid
ing a penalty for landing on fraudu
lent passports. .
Rep. Kamauoha offered a, so-called,
joint resolution to provide for
tho appropriation of (50,000 for
roads in the district of Honolulu.
Minister Brown said that thoro
was now only 300, of a balance, for
use on tho roads of Honolulu.
"When tho Appropriation Bill was
footed up it was found that ,?2(,000
of tho amount appropriated had
been disbursed. A hen the present
Cabinet took office there was only
SlOOOin hand and now thoro was but
300. He considered that maybe
$30,000 would bo enough; ho moved
reference to tho Judiciary Commit
tee and that they report this after
Minister Brown read for tho first
and second times a bill providing a
penalty for persons lauding undor
tho Chinese Restriction Act without
proper passports. Passed to en
grossment and for third reading on
Rop. Bipikano offered a resolution
that members bo permitted to keep
tho copies of Compiled Laws and
Laws of 1890, which had been loan
ed to them.
Noblo Thurston objected to tho
resolution. "Ho considered it out of
order. Ho desired tho President to
President Walker considered that
tho point was well taken and ruled
that tho resolution was out of ordor.
Rop. Waipuilani appealed from
this decision of tho chair, and, the
appeal being put, was sustained, 10
j-no ayes ana nays were then
taken on tho motion to pass tho
resolution resulting as follows:
Ayes Nobles Hopkins, Pua, Cum
mins, Maile; Reps. Bipikano, Aki,
Pua, R. W. Wilcox, Nawahi, Kauna
mauo, Kamauoha, Waipuilani, Na
hinu, White, Kancalii, Kahlua, Io
sopa, Akina 18.
Noes Ministers G. N. Wilcox,
Robinson; Nobles Eua, Kauhano, J.
M. Horner, Marsdon, Young, Bald
win, Walbridge, Anderson, Dreior;
Hops. Wilder, Kauhi, Kapahu,
Edmonds, Smith, A. S. Wilcox 17.
Absent Ministers Jones, Brown;
Nobles Borgor, Peterson, 'Williams,
Hind, Hoapili, W. Y. Horner, Corn
woll, Thurston, McBryde, Kanoa;
Reps. Ashford, Biinii, Koahou, A.
A motion to reconsider tho voto
Tho Ordor of tho Day being
moved Bill 219, relative to tho
Electric Light franchise, came up on
third reading and passed.
Bill 22.'!, relative to writs of error,
was read a third time and passed.
Bill 2:59, carrying of passengers in
tho districts of Wailuku, Maui, and
Hilo, Hawaii. Passed.
Under suspension of tho rules
Noblo Hopkins presented petitions,
from Kauai and Honolulu having a
total of lllfi signatures, that tho
Lottery Bill pass. Tabled for con
sideration with tho bill.
Bill 221, relating to actions in
No other bills being ready, Rep.
Smith from tho Judiciary Committee
presented a report on tho resolution
relative to appropriating a further
sum of .?2."),01KJ for tho care of roads
and bridges in tho district of Hono
lulu. The committee recommend
that tho bill piws at .$2r,000.
A motion to increase to .S30,(XX)
was lost, and tho bill was then pass
ed to engrossment and for third
Rop. Waipuilani reported from
tho Public Lands Committeo on Bill
231, relating to fences. Tho com
mitteo consider that tho bill would
bo unjust in its application and
thorefoie recommend tho indefinite
postponement. Report adopted.
At 11:59, a motion to adjourn was
passed, but on motion tho voto was
reconsidered and tlio recess until 1:510
was had instead.
Tho Assembly reconvened from
recess at 1:510.
Hop. Smith questioned relative to
the condition of tho Lottery Bill.
Tlio committeo had had it in hand
some time. Ho desired to know if
the committee having it under con
sidoratiou intended to report.
Rep, White said that commit tee
would very probably present a report
Hop. Nawahi, from tho committee
appointed to present Her Majesty
with the resolution relative to the
HoiInO boillL' rillldv in lio iiriirixriiitil
on Thurndny next", presented a par
tial report (in Hawaiian) that Her
.uajeiy nan expressed a desire to
prorogue tho Assembly oil .Saturday
next ut noon.
Tho report, nftor somo littlo dis
cussion, not having any rccommond
ntion from tho committeo, was re
turned and received a recommenda
tion that it bontlopted. Approved.
Motions woro then made that tho
Houso adjourn until Saturday and
Minister Robinson seconded. a mo
tion by Rop. Pua that the Houe
ndiourn until Tunsdnv mnrniiiir. In
so doing tho Minister stated that
thoro woro sovoral bills yet to bo
presonted to Hor Majesty for signa
ture. On motion tho Houso adjourned
at 1:58 until to-morrow (Tuesday)
Latost Nows Itomizod.
. Woman's rights has taken a boom
Tho United States Department of
Justice expended S5),7-iH,'25U).08 last
A colony of about 1,000 Japanese
is to bo established in Sinaloa, Mox
ioo. In tho raid on Philadelphia dives
on March 27, 1880, 1,200 peoplo wero
Thoro aro sovonty-fivo families
starving at Homestead, Penu., be
cause of tho great strike
Thoro will bo no social events
whatever in tho White Houso dur
ing tho present session.
Some Democratic Congressmen aro
said to favor ox-Spoakor Rood's rules
Tho Vandorbilt intorest scorns
likely to regain control of tho Wes
torn'Union Tolegraph Company.
Tho Presbyterian women of Cin
cinnati overwhelmed Professor Smith
with (lowers during his heresj- trial.
Polly Frisch, who, in 1859, poison
ed her husband and two children,
has been pardoned from a Now York
It is reportod an agrcemont has
been arrived at by which tho Paris
fund for Irish membors of Parlia
ment will bo released.
A fire started in the Udell Wood
onwaro Company's building at St.
Louis and destroyed $150,000 worth
of proportj- before it was checked.
From November 8th to December
20th it has been estimated that
seventy-eight Democrats have been
killed by powder in celebrating tho
At tho annual leasing of Stato
convicts of Mississippi white men in
separate squads brought So, colored
men in separate squads $9 a mouth.
Tho lessees aro Mississippi cotton
Perhaps you do not believe thess
statements concerning Green's Au
gust Flower. Well, we can't make
you. We cau't force conviction in
to your head ormed
Doubting icine into your
throat. We don't
Thomas. want to. The money
is yours, and the
misery is yours; and until you are
willing to believe, and spend the one
for the relief of the other, they will
stay so. John H. Foster, 1122
Brown Street, Philadelphia, says:
" My wife is a little Scotch woman,
thirty years of age and of a naturally
delicate disposition. For five or six
years past she has been suffering
from Dyspepsia. She
Vomit became so bad at last
that she could not sit
Every Meal, down to a meal but
she had to vomit it
as soon as she had eaten it. Two
bottles of your August Flower have
cured her, after many doctors failed.
She can now eat anything, and enjoy
it; and as for Dyspepsia, she does not
know that she ever had it." &
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION" SALE OF
Furniture and Pianos!
On WEDNESDAY, Jan. 11
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Bnletroom, I will fell at I'libllu
One Square Piano,
Kniilt.t Co., Now York;
1 So.-Lia.re Piano
Albert Nowlmll, lloston;
1 Square Piano, J,,,,JU,0,',,t,
One Square Piano, Kmowonj
All to bo Sold. AIo:
One Fine B. W. Bedroom Set !
Miittru-ivs, Uiuiifjoa, Clmirn,
i't"., :u, Ktu., inc.
Jas. :f Morgan,
T AWN MOWKUS TO I.KT UY T1IK
4H ,,U1.V wi-'ok or month; Itupnlrliif,'.
Uumiliie mid Khiii.cnliiB ilono; Dniillualii
riiiL'usiuriiUhod whcnwjuireit. MiiuIiIiil-s
nilliid for ami rottiniod. Also, Ituimlrlni,'
Onrik-n How In fact, can !o unvthliii;
iimwHiiry around tho Iioiim) or tttublu.
ItiiiK iii Mutual Titluiihono IS'..
fiKI-tf N. K. lUIUGKBS.
Jly A. !. HKTTKNCOUIM',
Vulurlimr) Surgi-on and Donlurin Hown,
corner llcrctiuiiii und l'linuhlmwl t,
'PHI', WKKKIiV JJUJ.1KTIN an (,'OU
JL uiuiuot IntortHtliiK Hi'udliiK Muttor.
lbtuiKlb, f I; mulled to foreign countrloii,ts.
Hawaiian Hardware Go.. L'fl
Saturday, Jan. 7, 1898.
Hard times begets crime;
crime creates desire for pro
tection and protection sug
gests night lamps. Those
opened last week were of such
unique patterns that we have
had a run on them. It's well
to have a light in the room but
there's no reason now for
having a bright light. These
little lamps have shades to
match the font and the bright
glare does not penetrate, just
a subdued glimmer, enough to
enable you to see the time by
the clock. They are cheaper
than tapers and more orna
mental. Just a word to the managers
of plantations and workers in
machinery. The subject of
oils has given these people as
much anxiety as anything else.
After a great deal of trouble
we managed, a year ago, to
secure for our trade a lubri
cating oil of a very superior
grade. Engineers who use it
say it is the best; one of them
goes so far as to say that
"journals that always ran hot
before using oils bought of the
Hawaiian Hardware Co. now
And when it comes to plan
tation supplies we think we
have as good a stock as any
body. We don't say anything
about prices; what is said
about values in everyday house
goods applies as well to goods
used on plantations. Not a
firm in the Kingdom has been
able to touch us on plows
either in quality or price. The
Hendry Breaker has wedged
its way through a hall dozen
alleged "standards" until it
has cut a furrow clear through
them and now stands a line
ahead of the front rank. We
have never sold one to a man
but what he tells us it is the
best plow he ever saw. Our
rice plows give just as good
satisfaction in their work and
durability as the large plows.
We have other articles in daily
use on the plantations, all you
have to do is to ask for them
and we will supply you with
anything except a diffusion
Has it ever occurred to you
that it pays better to get a
good stove in the beginning
than to buy one whose only
reputation is its cheapness
both in quality and price.
Everyone who ever used a
Fischer steel range will tell
you that as a fuel saver it will
pay for itself in a year.
Everyone who has ever used
one of them will tell you thaf
it is the quickest and best
baker on the market. We've
sold them ever since we have
been in business and have
found that they give general
What the Fischer range is
in steel 'stoves the Pansy is in
the iron stove line. Among
the cheaper stoves the Pansy
is the best we have ever seen.
They last longer and burn less
fuel than any iron stove in the
A late importation .of glass
stand lamps in cheap quality
will enable us to supply all
the small stores in the coun
try. They were selected as
being just what is wanted by
the people on the Islands.
We will sell you one or a bar
rel; five barrels if you want
Glassware comes and goes
and it takes close guessing to
keep pace with the demand.
This last lot commends itself
to anyone wanting really good
and artistic glassware at low
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opjio, Hiirockols1 Illoik,
By Lowis J. Levoy.
Notico of Salo of Sharos Hold as
rrWIK UNDKKSiaXKDniVKS NOTION
JL that In imrsiintii'o of n powor of Mile
contained In a collateral noto givon by
OcorKO W. Mncfarlnno to HMiuii it Co.,
dated March VHith, 18!W, snid unto lii'liig for
tho sum of Ono Hundred nnd Tuimty
tbreo Tlioil'nnd Threo Hundred and Forty
four 7-ltHl Dollars (I'JU.IHI.O") paynblo to
the order of tishoi ti Co. on or before De
cember .11, 1WK), nml of tho right of the
ondcrie;ned at holder of ald note and of
the shares of stock pledged as security for
tho payment of tho same, and in eonse
quonro of tho falluro of said (I. W. Mnpfnr
lano to pay said note when duo, ho will
sell at Public Auction at the Salesrooms of
I.mvls.l. I.evev, Auctioneer, in Honolulu,
on SATURDAY, thu llth day of January,
A. 1). 18!)3, at lli o'clock noon, all of those
Ono Thousand Ono Hundred initl Ninety
(ll!M) Bliarca of tlio Capital Stock of tho
Wulkapu Sucnr Compahy, mi Hawaiian
corporation, being the same covered by
Cortlllcntos No. fiH. 5!l and l!0 In tho name
of (1. W. Mncfarlnno, hclne; the same
Shares nledircd Iiv said Ucorco W. Muefnr-
lano to said Jlhhon St Co. as security for
tho payment of said note. Par Valuo Ono
Hundred Dollars ($100) per Share.
Honolulu, Dec. .11, 181)2. (Il,1-td
For Boys :
For Ladies :
A Full Line of
Ere, Etc., Etc.
7.-. FORT STREET.
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rpiIAT PLEASANT SUM- A yy
I iirliim I'ntlui'K ,111 "mii i'v'V" .-
aim street, adjoining thuffji J'wj
residence of Mr. Thomas sCiiiS.
Sorenson, nicely appointed and with agree
able surroundings, suited to a small family
and within an easy remove fiom the heat
of the City. Terms 18 per month.
rpHAT VERY DES1R- yM s,
JL able Residence nt pre- j ,.'' ftjkS
sent occupied by James &$inj."iiw
Love as a homestead, situ- iiiSy4ylS
ate on King street opposite the residence
of Dr. (1. P. Andiews. Hou-o contain
Large Parlor, Dining-room, II Iirgo Red
rooms, Kitchen, eto. Roomy Stables and
Servant's (Juaitcr.s in rear; onlv 10 min
utes' walk to tlio Post Oilice. Possession
given in March, 1NB. oOll-tf
NOTE Before seeking or clo-ing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay yon to scan our
column, and to at once consult tho under
signed nt their oilice.
9 We keep property in first-class con
dition. Our terms aro moderate and as
landlords wo will always be found reason
able In our dealings.
Iff- Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright lluilding," Merchant street.
Tlio following choice bit of wordpnintiug
occurs in Hawthorne's Marble Faun:
" Women bo they of what earthly rank
thoy may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with awful beauty, have
always some littlo handiwork ready to Jill
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle is familiar to tho lingers of theiu all.
A queen, no doubt, plies It on occasion; tho
woman poet can use it as adroitlv as her
pen; thu woman's oyo, that has discovered
a new star, turns fiom Its glory to send tho
polished little instrument gleaming along
the bom of her kerchief, ortodarnacasiuil
fray in her dre-s. And they havo greatly
tho advantage of us in this respect. Tho
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united with the small, familiar, gentle in
terests of life, the continually operating in
fluences of which do so much fortho health
of the character, anil carry oil" what would
otherwise be a dangerous accumulation of
morbid sensibility. A vast deal of human
sympathy runs along this electric line,
stretching from tho throne to the wicker
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General Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
Equitable Life Assurance Society of tho
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- FOR BALE II Y -
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C. 0, BERGER, -
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