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NOTICE TO VluXi u&llS
Of Goods, Wares and Merchandise
Notice is hereby given tlmt nil applica
tions for Licenses to Vend Goods, Wares
nnd Merchandise of 1'orelgn Importation
must hereafter bo lnado in writing mid
sworn to beforo sonio ollleer authorized by
liuv to administer oath.
The form of application under tlio Act
approved Dee. 10, 1S!, must be substun
tinlly in tno following form, to wit:
To His Excellency
The Minister of thu Interior,
Tlio undersigned respectfully innkes
hereby an Application for n
Merchandise License which expires
1811.., and on his Oath deposes
nnd says that thu total amount of sales of
Merchandise for the year 'ending the date
of expiration of last license, as shown by
Rooks amounted to
(? ), being an average of
$ per month, and that
place of business is at
Island of , and that
deals in , an'd that
domiciled in this King
dom nnd not Commercial Tra
veller nor Agent of any
Foreign House, ns such temporarily in
this Kingdom for the purpose, of soliciting
Sworn to beforo me this day of
, A. D. lb!)..
When application is made for n License
lit tlio name of a Firm or Corporation, the
signature must bo the name of tlio Firm or
Company and that of thu ollleer or mem
ber of such Firm or Company duly autho
rized to sign the. Firm or Company mime.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Jan. 3, 1K).I.
Sealed tenders for printing and binding
the Eighth Volume of Hawaiian Reports
in book form eoriesponding in type, sizo
and appearance with the previous volume.
The tender for printing to lie at a lied
rate per page of the printed matter. The
edition will lie COO copies to be folded, stitch
ed, bound and lettered in similar maimer
as the previous volume. The bids foi
printing and binding may either be com
bined or -eparate. The worl to be
delivered in lour months from thu time tin
tender is accepted.
liiddur. to submit u nmplc of page inn
to state the weight of paper proposed to In
used, and to addre.-s tenders to thu Clerk
of the Judiciary Department on or belor.
tho 12th instant, at 1'J o'clock noon.
As thu work progresses; proof sheets aie
to be sent currently to the proof-reader ol
the Supreme Court for coriection.
The Court does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any bid.
Dy order of the Court.
HEN 11 Y SMITH,
Aliiolani Hale, January 0, 1SW1.
In accordance with Section 1 of Chapter
XXVI. of the Laws of lsSii, all pen-ons
holding Water Privileges or those paying
Water Hates, are heieby notified that tho
Water Kates for the term ending Juno SO,
1893, will be due and payable at the Ollice
of the Honolulu Water Works on thu 1st
dny of January, 1MU.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen day.s after they are due will be sub
ject to an additional 10 percent.
Hates are payable, at tlio Oillcu of tho
Water Works in the Kapuaiwn Huilding.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. 1.. Dec. SI, 1MI-'.
SALE OF THE
, Government Land Known as Laula,
in Holualoa 2, N. Kona, Hawaii.
On TUESDAY, January 10, 18!)3, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of Alii
olani Hale will be sold ut Public Auction
the Government Land known as Laula, in
Holualoa 2, North Kona, Hawaii, contain
ing an area of 38 2-10 acres u littlu more or
Upset price $100.
'G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oillce, Dec. 12, 18!).'.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OE BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, bo ro-regis-tered
prior to July 1, 1803, or they will be
forfeited, and can theioafter bo appro
priated by any ono.
Hcglstratiou on Oaliu shall be made at
tlio interior Olllco.
On tho other Islands it hIiiiII bo done at
tho Olllces of thu several Slierill's.
O. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior,
interior Oillce, Dec. 2. 1802. 6si)-tf
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Taxpayers are hereby notified that on
and nfter tho fifteenth day of this month,
January, ten per cait will be added to all
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Asi-cssor and Collector, Honolulu,
P. 0. Jonks,
Minister of Finance,
January 20, 1803, being tho Second Anni
versary of Her Majesty Queen Lilluoka
hull's Accession to the Throne, falling on
Sunday, MONDAY, January Vit, lh03, will
be observed as u Publlu Holiday, and all
Government Olllcux throughout the King
dom will bu ulotcd on that day,
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of thu Interior.
Interior Oillce, Jimtiury 0, 1603.
Rtmiuu or Customs, 1
Honolulu, Jan. U, 18tW. j
OAl'T. A. N. THU'P 1ms this dny been
appointed Tort Surveyor for tlio Port nnd
Collection District of Honolulu, Onhu, vice
0. L. Crnbhe, resigned.
A. S. OLEGHORN,
1' ('. Jusim,
Minister of Vtnnncc.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water llntes, nro hereby liotillcd
that tlio Hours for using water for Irrlga
lon purposes are from (1 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
tncl 4 to (I o'clock p.m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITK,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. X. Wilcox,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Honolulu, H. L, Jan. fi, 18S13.
The following gentlemen have been this
day appointed a Hoard of Dcntnl Exami
ners for tlio Hawaiian Kingdom, under the
Act approved on the lltth day of December,
A. D. 18SU:
IlU. J. II. WHITNEY for the 3 Vcat
GEOllGE P. ANDREWS, M. D., for the
2 Year Term.
Dl!. 11. W. ANDERSON for the 1 Year
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Jan. 6, 18U3.
C. F. HORNER, Emi., has this day been
appointed a member of Road Hoard for
tho Taxation District of Itliaina, Maui,
for the unexpired term made vacant by tho
death of C. Kaluaklni.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of tlie Interior.
Interior Ollice, Jan. (, 181)3.
' S. X. K. KAKIXA, Eso... bas this day
been appointed Xotary Public for the
Fifth Judicial Circuit.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflluo, Jan. 10, IS03.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, JAN. 10, 1893.
R. W. Wilcox is tbo editor of tho
Liberal and so regularly advertised
in that paper's columns. Saturday's
issue of the Liberal said tho action
of those members who tried to oust
the Ministry was "damnable." It.
V. Wilcox was ono of tho members
.vho voted to oust the Ministry. As
ie declares his own legislative action
o be damnable, Mr. Wilcox perhaps
ut ends to retiro from public lifo.
Political bosh is the bane of the
times. A Republican paper of Fall
ttiver, Mass., is half filled with wail
ings, original and selected, over tho
i)luo ruin that is to befall manufac
turing industries owing to Cleve
land's oleetion, but its first local
item reads, "New Bedford mills will
increase wages 7 percent December
1st." If Harrison had been elected
tho increase of wages in Now Bod
ford would have formed tho text for
columns of party glorification.
It does look absurd for Hawaii to
bo sporting gold medals from tho
Paris Exposition, while making no
effort to secure similar mementoes
from tho household of hor nearest
friend, at tho coming Chicago Expo
sition. Yet tho difference is all on
account of altered circumstaucos bo
tween times, just as a man may be
able to indulge all his desires this
year and have to beg for leave to toil
noxt year. Tho oxhibition Hawaii
has been making at homo of late in
legislative vagaries would have been
a lino ono to have denied herself
This paper's report of tho heariug
of tho 'million dollar case yesterday
was altogo)her wrong in tho state
ment that tho Chief Justico claimed
that ho had tho right to sit in tho
case. Mr. Hatch said ho could not,
for want of time for preparation,
then arguo tho question of tho Chief
Justice's nllogod disqualification un
der tho now Act. Then, when Chief
Juf'.'co Judd was asked if ho had
any opinion as to disqualification, ho
said he had not, and ho would not
construe tho statute on this point
without argument on both sides.
Our reporter was not present until
a fow minutes after this inoidunt,
and thu information given to him
thoreon wns ontiroly misleading.
Tho Lottory Bill was railroaded
through tho House this morning, in
t ho ab.sonco of inoiiiburs who would
huvo niado a majority against it. As
it passed by tho narrow margin of
thieo votes 20 to 17 it ought to
bo defeated on third reading to-morrow.
Noblo I'otorson has tho dis
tinction of being tho only whitu
man who voted for tho foul measure,
llo will bo remembered for this by
sonio of his former supporters next
time hn seeks legislative or any other
honors. Noble Hopkins had not tho
sand to say ho was in favor of the
lottory when seeking election, but
safe in his seat ho proves himself
courageous enough io justify tho
opinions of those .who hold him in
tho least esteem.
TnsDAY, .Inn. -10, 181W.
Tlio Assembly oonviMiutl nt 5)
o'clock for prnyor. Knit cn.ll nnd
rendinuof miuutosnf provious moot
g. Alunut's npprovctt.
Hop. Wnipiiilniu. from tho Print
ing Commit too, reported Bill 211, to
license the distilling of spirituous
liquors,' printed. Ordered to bo dis
tributed. No other business intervening tho
Order of tho Day was moved nnd
Bill 207, rotating to stamp duties,
was road tho third time. I'nssed.
Undor suspension of th6 rules Hop.
White, from tho Lottery Bill Com
mittee, reported in f. i of tho bill
and recommended thu passage there
of. Tho report was signed by nil
tho members of tho committee, and
wns as follows:
"Your committee, to whom Bill
No. 185 wns referred, respectfully
report that said bill purposes to
grant to certnin persons therein
named n license to establish and
maintain n lottory tinder eortnin
conditions. Your comniitteo recom
mends that tho name of (John T.
Baker crossed out) Samuel Ncnvloin
of Honolulu, Onhu, bo substituted
in plnco of Dr. Gilbert Foote, and
that tho following words bo added
at tho end of Section 3 of said bill,
'Provided that if any of the condi
tions undor which tliis franchise is
granted bo altered or modified in
such manner that tho sum stipulated
to bo paid annually slnll bo lessen
ed tho said franchise shall bo null
ami void.' With these amendments
your comniitteo believe that tho en
actment of the bill will bo beneficial
and undor existing financial circum
stances of the Government necessary,
and recommend tho passage of tho
bill.'; Signed by Ueps. White, Na
wahi, Nobles l'tta, Hopkins and
Noblo Marsden moved that tho re
port of tho comniitteo and bill be
Rep. Pua moved that tho report
On motion the ayes and noes wore
taken on tho motion to indefinitely
postpone, resulting ns follows:
Ayes -Ministers Wilcox, Robin
son, Jones nnd Brown; Nobles Ena,
Kauhane, Marsden, Young, Wnl
bridge, Anderson, McBrydo and
Droior; Hops. Wilder, Kauhi, losepa,
Smith and A. S. Wilcox 17.
Noes Nobles Hopkins, Pu.ij
Peterson, Cummins, Alnile, ITonpih
audKanoa; Hops. Hipikane. Aki,Pun,
It. W. Wilcox, Bush, Nawahi, Kauna
niano, Kamnuohn, Nahinu, White,
Kauealii, Edmonds and Knliiun 20.
Absent Nobles Borgor, Williams
J. M. Homer, Hind, Baldwin, W. V.
Horner, Cornwoll, Thui'stnu; Reps.
Ash ford, Konhoti, A. Horner, Wai
puiluui, Knpnhu nnd Akiua.
The report of committee wns
adopted, 20 to Hi, nnd a motion to
reconsider wns lost. The bill wns
passed to engrossment mid for third
reading on Wednesday.
Bill 223 relating to fees of execu
tors, administrators and guardians
was read a third time and passed.
Bill 215 relating to a further ap
propriation of $21,000 Tor roads and
bridges on Onhu wns amended to
read $35,000 and parsed.
Bill 211, to license the distilling
of liquors, came up on second read
ing. On motion the bill wns rend
section by section, passed to engross
ment and ordered for third reading
A motion to indcr .rely postpone
tho bill was defeated by. the follow
A3'es Ministers Wilcox, Robinson
and Jones; Nobles Kauhane, Young,
Walbridgo and Anderson; Reps
Wilder, Iosopn, Smith nnd A. S. Wil
Noes Minister Brown; Nobles
Ena, Hopkins, Pua, Peterson. Cum
mins, Mailo, Hoapili, Marsden, Corn- i
well, Kanon and Dreier; Reps. Bipi-
kano, Aki, Pua, Kauhi, R. W. Wil-1
cox, Nawahi, Kamaiioha, Nahinu,
White, Edmonds, Kaluna and Akina
Absent Nobles Borgor, J. M.
Horner, Hind, Baldwin, W. Y. Horn- j
er, Thurston and McI5ryde; Reps.
Ashford, Konhou, A. Horner, Kn
pnhu, Kanealii and Kaluna.
Noblo Peterson, under suspension
of tho rules, presented a report from I
tho Judiciary Comniitteo amending I
tho Act to Reorganize the .ludiciarv
and relative to appeal, Sec. (19'.
Tho report or bill was rend, pnssed
to engrossment nnd to third rending
At 12:05 (ho House adjourned.
Tho men who take long runs in
order to reduce their weight may bo
said to bo thinning out.
Tho best idea of a Sabbath day's
journoy is obtained when ono tries
to wade through a Sunday news
paper. "So you don't like to go out in a
row-boat since your narrow escape
from drowning" "No; you know
that a burnt child dreads the lire."
OrrE. JSnllo -I hear that Ned
J3irdso'o has given up his bachelor
apartment. Marlboro Yes. Ho has
changed his bachelor quarters for a I
Sister What are von sroinir to be i
when you grow up? Little JJrot hor
I'm goin' to bo a liou-tanior in a
circus. Sister You? Why, you run
away from a dog. Littlo'lJrothor
Yes, but dogs lnii'l trained not to
"In buying n cough medicine for
children, says Jl. A. Walker, a pro
nine nl druggist of Ogdou, Utah,
'ncn'i be afraid to buy Chamber
Iain's Cough Koniody. There is no
danger from it and' relief is always
sure to follow. 1 particularly ro
coinmeud Chamberlain's because I
have found it to bohafo and reliable.
It is intended especially for colds,
croup and whooping cough." fit)
cent bottles for sale by all dealers,
Benson, Smith tV Co., Agents for tlio
Maitinsvillc, N.J., Methodist Par
sonage. " My acquaintance with
your remedy, Boselicc's Gcrmau
Syrup, was made about fourteen
yeais ago, when I contracted a Cold
which resulted in a Hoarseness nud
n Cough which disabled me from
tilling my pulpit for a number of
Sabbaths. After trying n Physician,
without obtaining relief I cannot
say now what remedy he prescribed
I saw the advertisement of your
remedy and obtained a bottle. I
received such quick and permanent
help from it that whenever we have
had Throat or Bronchial troubles
since in our family, Boschee's Ger
man Syrup has been our favorite
remedy and always with favorable
results. I have never hesitated to
report my experience of its use to
others when 1 have found them
troubled in like manner." R.BV.
W. II. Haggarty,
of the Newark, New a Safe
Jersey, M.E. Conter-
:ncc, April 25, '90. Remedy.
G.G. GUKUX. Sole Man'fr.Woo.lbnry.N.I.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION" SALE OF
Furniture and Pianos!
On WEDNESD AY, Jan. 11
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M
At my Salesroom, I will will at Public
One Square Piano,
Knirit it Co., N'cw York;
1 So.-u.eire Fistno
Alliert Ncwhall, Boston;
1 Square Piano, Jno-Mf "'
One Square Piano, k-o..so..;
All to be Sold. ANo:
One Fine B. W. Bedroom Set !
Mattre-os, Lounges, Chain),
Ktc, Etc., Ktc,
Jas. IT. 3yEorga,n.,
BY VIIlTL'K OF A WKIT OF EXKCU
tion i--ui;il out of the Supruiuu Court-,
nn the !lth day of leeor.i!,er, A. D. 181).',
against A. F. flonxalvcs, defendant, in
favor of .1. C. Quintal, plain till', for tlio sum
of $5'!0.."n, I have levied upon and shall ex
pose for halo at tho Police Station, in the
bi-triot of Honolulu, Island of Onhu, ut lii
o'clock of W'KDNT.SDAY, the !th duy of
.ianuarv. A. 1). IWJ.i. to the hiuhest bidder.
. all the right, title and interest of tlio .said
A. F. (roitsulvi'N, defendant, in and to the
i following propertv, unless said judgment,
Intel e-t, co-ts and my expenses be pre
i .ist oi propeity tor taie:
All of the riglit, title and interest of A.
F. Goiisalvos in certain house-lots together
with the buildings thereon, situate on the
west side of Punchbowl sticet, in Hono
lulu, adjoining tho Itoyal School premises,
being piemises covered bv Apaua .'! of H.
I'. (iOJ, I.. C. A. 2J83, to Kiiamnono Kamo
hai, and duly conveyed to said A. F. Gon
salvcs, excepting therefrom a lot contain
ing .07 of an acre on the northerly comer
heretofore duly conveyed to Manuel Oor
reia, subject to a mortgage of $l.'!00 to the
Portuguese Benevolent Society, dated
March IS, 1802, lecordcd in Liber I'll, page
CHAS. 15. WILSON,
Honolulu, Dec. 'J7. 1802. (UO-lt
NOTICll IS HFUEBY GIVEN THAT
a copartnership lias been formed,
opei ative since the '.M inst., consisting of
'I. Aking, Aping, Tong Kee and Lini Fook,
all aie residing in Honolulu, Island of
Oaliu, II. L, the nature of the business is
the salu bv retail of Dry Goods and Groce
ries, the itrm name is the Aping Company,
located at No. 85 Nuuanu street, Hono
llv Aping, Manager.
Dated at Honolulu, Jan. 7, lbil'l.
It, can bo proved
Of airy paper
Ily A. M. IIKTTKSnHMIP,
Velurlnary Burgeon and Dealer In ilori-en,
comer lierctuiilu and Puuuhlmnl hIn.
1 Mutual Muleplionu 1177.
Hawaiian HarflwarB Go., Lfl
Saturday, Jan. 7, 1S98.
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 conies 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 woll 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 ranee 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 that
it is the quickest and best
baker on the market.
sold them ever since we have
been in business and have
found that they give general
in steel stoves tne ransv 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
weSarITiiFislibrand Oil Clothing
rei; nve Darreis u you want
Glassware comes and goes '
and it takes close guessing to
Uet'p pace with the demand. I
This last lot commends itself!
to anyone wanting really good ;
and artistic glassware at low
HaTirniiau IToi'It. rinn Hn T il
uu ii uiitiu uui u w ui u uui, u u
Oppo, Sprockets' lllock,
By Iiowis J. Iiovoy,
Notico of Snlo of Slmros Held as
rpilK UNmSHSiaXEI) G1VKS NOTION
JL that in pur.sunnco of n power of talo
contained in a collateral note given by
George W. Mncfnrlnne to IMshop fc Co.,
dated March Mil, 18U0, said noto lieing for
tho Ktini of One Hundred and Twonty
threo Thousand Three Hundred nnd Korty
four 7-100 Dollars (!fl'2.'i1:tll.07) payable to
the order of Illshop ,fc Co. on or before Do
ceinbor 81, 1MX), and of tho rights of tlio
undersigned ns holdor of said noto nnd of
the Minros of stock pledged as security for
tho payment of the muiic, and in consc
n.uonro of tho failure of said O. W. Macfnr-
llllin to hftv Ml lutln wlinn dun. lin will
sell nt Public. Auction nt tlio Salesrooms of
Lewis .1. I.evcv, Auctioneer, in Honolulu,
on SATIUUMY, the 14th dny of January,
A. J). 1893, at 'l o'clock noon, all of thoso
One Thousand One Hundred and Ninety
(11IH)) Shares of tho f'anital Stock of the
Wnlknpu Hucar Conipnliy, na Hawaiian
corporation, being the wuuo covered by
Certificates No?. 68. fi!) and 110 in tho nntno
of O. W. Mncfarlnno, being tlio sntno
Shares pledged by said George W. Macfar
lane to said ltlslion it Co. ns security for
tho pavment of said note. Par Vnluo One
Hundred Dollars (!fl00) per Share.
Honolulu, Dec. 31, 18!):!. 013-ld
For Boys :
For Ladies :
A Full Line of
Etc., Etc., Etc.
75 PORT STREET.
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
f o Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
MIAT PLEASANT SUli-
urban C'ottaeo on Niln-
niui troet, adjoining tho
residence of Mr. Thomas
Sorunsfin. nicelv annointed and wltlinurcC'
able surroundings, suited to a .small family
and within an easy remove from tlio beat
of the City. Tonus $18 per month.
'HAT VERY DESIR-
nble Residence at pre
sent occupied by Juiues
Love as a homestead, situ
ate on Einir street onnosite the residence
of Dr. G. P. Andrews. House contains
Largo Parlor, Dining-room, 3 Largo lied
rooms, Kitchen, etc. Roomy Stables and
Servant's Quarters in rear; only 1U min
utes' walk to tho Post Ollice. Possession
given in March, lb!)3. 5i)3-tf
NOTE Uoforo seeking or closing bar
gains olsewhore, it will pay you to scan our
column, nnd to at once consult the under
signed at their oillce.
WWo keep property in first-class con
dition. Our terms aro moderate and ns
landlords wo will always bo found reason
able in our dealings.
t& Apply in each ease to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright lSuilding," Merchant street.
The following choice bit of word painting
occurs in Hawthorne's Marble Faun:
" Women bo they of what earthly rank
they may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with nwful beauty, have
always some little handiwork ready to Till
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle 'is familiar to tho lingers of them all.
A ijueun, no doubt, plies it on occasion; thu
woman poet can use it ns adroitly ns her
pun; the woman's oyo, that has discovered
a new star, turns fiom its glory to bend the
polished little Instrument gleaming along
the hem of her kerchief, or to darn a casual
frav in her dress. And thev Imvu e-reatlv
""' I'ivantage of us in this respect. The
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
uuiieii wiiu me small, laminar, gentle in
terests of life, thu continually operating In
i llucnces of which do so much fortho health
of tho character, ami carry oil' what would
otherwise bo u dangerous accumulation of
morbid sensibility. A vast deal of human
sympathy runs along this eleetriu line,
stietcliingfroiu tlio throne to tho wicker
chair of the humblest seamstress, nnd
keeping high and low in n species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
Housewives, while you ply tho needle,
liavo you over rellectcd on the vicissitudes
of lifoY See to it that your husbands pro
vide for tho future welfare of their families
bv ut once implying for a Policy in tho
K'il'ITAllLl5 LIFE ASSURANCE SO
CIETY of the United States. No more
suitable gift could bu ollcred to you.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agents for thu Hawaiian Islands,
Equitable Llfo Assurance Society of thu
! J UST RECEIVED
A SHIPMENT OF
- FOR sale iiv --
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
FOR A COUNTRY
OKINIIAUM .v. CO.
I 1V A YUUNG MARItlEI) MAN, A
j j 'iiitiiiu as Clerk or JSuukkcupur, una
give llrnt-class recommendations; salary
not so much an object as employment,
Addruss "!'. O, itox l.V-'," Honolulu.
Tlio undersigned having been appointed
Solo Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands
FOI! THE CKf.lillltATKU
FKOM THE WORKS OP
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Aro now prepared to givo Estimates nnd
receive Orders for tlieso Engines,
of nny size nnd style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
ARE NOW MANUFACTURING A
STYLE OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number. of which liavo recently been
received at llieso Islands, nnd wo will liavo
pleasure in furnishing plantation ngents
and munngers with pnrticulnrs of same.
The Superiority of tlieso Locomotives
over nil other mnkes is known not only
here but is acknowledged throughout tho
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Solo Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
11. 6. IRWIN & CO.
OFFER FOR SAL
At.KX. cnoss A sons'
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures.
We are also prepared to tnko orders for
Messrs. N. Olxlaixdt 3s Co. 'a
Insuring prompt delivery.
P8T" This is a superior Paint Oil, con
suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
giving n lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drier it gives u splendid iloor
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef
I'ARAFFIKB TAINT CO.'h
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Recti's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel & Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans.
Armory Building, - Beretania St.
Bicycle Riding School
3D sty Sb Evening.
Ladies' & Gents' Bicycles For Hire
BY THE DAY OR HOUR.
Public Skating: Monday nnd Saturday
evenings, from 7:!i0 to 10. Friday evening
for Ladles nnd their Escorts only, llieychi
lessons: luesuay, wcunesuuyunuxiiurs-
Bicycle Repairing Solicited.
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Loading Journals In the Kingdom,
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has tho Largest Circulation on the Islands
nnd is tho Rest Medium for
Mil. Tnos. K. Natiukiei. will reeolvenll
advertisements and transact all business
Offick: "IlreniL' lllock." corner
Nuiianu nud Queen street (upstairs).
CHAS. T. G-ULICK,
Notary Public for tbe Island of Oaliu,
Agent to tako Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Marriage Llcensoi, Hono
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands of 11 tt it
' Scott's Freight and 1'nreel Express.
Agent for tho Jltirliugtoii Koutu.
REAL ESTATE 11IK1ICER
anii UENERAIi AGENT.
Hum. I8 TELEI'HONE
THE HAWAII HOLOMUA
1. O. llox Ho
38 Mvruhuut ut. Honolulu, II. 1,