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NOTICE TO VENDERS
Of Good-, W. 1 I o lft a
Notice is licieb.v given ilmt till applica
tions fur I iiciises to Vend Goods, mes
and Moii'Ii.iikU-i) of roiclgn linpoit ition
must hereafter lie made In writing ntul
sworn to before some olnc i nut li liud li,
law to adminl-icr oaths.
Tho form of application uii.ii tin. .ie
approved H, lit, 18 1., mut lie Miti-tnii-tlall,
In tin- following form, to wit:
To His Eeellciic
Thu Minister of tlio Interior,
The Mtidorsignc.il lespcclfullj makes
hereby un Application foru
Mcreh imllso Lleeiie which expires.
. . Is') , ami on his Oath deposes
and sajs tli it thu total amount of siles of
McrchntidNo for the ear ending the date
of expiration of last license, as shown by
Hooks amounted to
("F ), being an acrage of
$. .. por month, and that
place of business is at . . .
, District of
Island of , and that ..
dials in . . . . , and that
.... . ...domiciled In this King
dom and not. .Coiiiinerci.il Tia-
vellcr .... nor. . .. Agent of any
Poreign House, as such temporarily in
this Kingdom foi the puipoe of soliciting
Sworn to before me this.
, A. J), lb')
When application is made for a License
in the name of a I'lim or Corporation, the
sigmture must be the name of the Firm or
Coinpaiij and that of the olllcer or mem
ber of such 1'irin or Company duly autho
rized to sign the 1'irin or Compin name.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Jan. 3, lfc'JJ.
Sealed tendeis for printing and binding
the Eighth Volume of Hawaii m Itipoits
in book form corresponding m tvpe, si?o
and appeaianee with the ptcvious olume.
The tender for printing to be at n lixed
rate per page of the printid matter, 'lhe
edition will he .AX) copies to be folded, stitch
ed, bound and Icttired in similar manner
as the previous volume, lhe bids for
printing and binding nii,v either be com
bined or scpuatc lhe wort- to be
dcliMred m luiir months Horn the time the
tender is accepted.
Bidders to -iilmnt a sample of pige and
to st ite the weight ol pipei proposed to bo
i...il o.wl i. i.lf. iiiniloru t. tin. I'lprl
of the Judiciarj Dcpaitmeiit on or betori
the Uth in-taut, at 1.! o'clock noon.
As the work progresses proot sheets arc
to be aunt currentlv to the proof-reader ol
the biipieme coiut for eoiiectioli.
Hie Oomt does not hliiel itself to aicopi
thu lowest oi m but.
B order of the ourt.
Aliiolam Hale, .lanmirv b, 1a ..
In accordance with Section 1 of Chaptci
XXVI. of the Laws ol lobn, all persons
holding Water 1'riviliges or thoe pav inj.
Water Hates, are heiebj notilieil that the
Water Bute-for the teim ending June M,
lb')i, will be due and paableat the Ollice
of the Honolulu Watei orks on thu 1st
day of Junuarv , ls!M.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen duj after the j arc due w ill be sub
ject to an addition il lu pet cent.
Kates are pijablo at tho Olllco of the
Water Works in the Kapuaiw.i Building.
JOHN C. WH11E,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, II. L. Dec. "21, 16').'.
SALE OF THE
Government Land Known as Laula,
in Holualoa 2, N. Kona, Hawaii.
On TUESDAY, January 10, lMfi, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olini Hale will be sold at Public Auction
l"the Government Line! known as Liula, in
"Holualoa 2, Xoitli Kona, Hawaii, contain
ing an area of .is 2-10 acres a little moie or
Upset pi ice $100.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Dec. 12, lbOJ.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, hj law, bo re-registered
prior to Jul-, 1, 18') i, or the) will bo
forfeited, and can thereafter bu appro
priated b any one.
Registration on Oahu shall bo made at
tho Interior Ollice.
On the other Islands it shall bo dono at
tho Olllces of tho several Sherills.
a. x. wilcox,
Minister of the Interior,
interior Oillee, Dee. 2. lb'tJ. .stl-tf
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Tuxpavers nro hurtbj notllled that on
and ufter the fifteenth daj of tills month,
January, ten jar cent will bo added to all
T. A. LLOYD,
Duputy Ahk:-:-oi mid Collector, Honolulu,
P. O.J O.N is,
Minister of I'luauce.
Jiiiiuaiy Jit, lb')l, being thu Second Anul
vorsar) of Her Majesty (juecii Lllluoku
latll's Aicossloii to tho Throne, falling on
feundaj, -MONDAY. Jiiuiuiry HO, li-'H, will
bo obtiirvi'd as a Publlo Holiday, and till
Government Olllces throughout tho King
dom will huclosid on that da.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllco, January 0, lb!H
Bt'itt i! in CrsToMs I
llo.xot tn v, .Tim. !), IS')), i
0APT. A. N. TMPP has this day been
appointed Tort Surveyor for the l'ort and
Collection District of Honolulu, Oahu, vico
0. L. Crnbbc, resigned.
A. S. OLECUIOHX,
P. C. .Tom s,
Minister of rinance.
I ' 'Ideis of Wntur Piivileges, or those
p'lving Water Hates, are hcieby notllicil
that the Hours for using water for liilga-
Ion pulpitis aie from (I to 8 o'clock v. m
1 itnl 1 to ! o'clock i'.m., until further iiotlic.
.mux c. white,
- . Honolulu Wlltil W'oiks,
I 1 i i 1 1 :
U. .x'. Wtitox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu. 11. 1., Jan. A, lS'U.
'1 he following gentlemen have been this
day appointed a Board of Dental Haini
ners for the Hawaiian Kingdom, under tho
At t approved on the Kith dav of December,
A. I). IS!)2:
Dlt. J. M. WHITNEY for the 3 Yeai
GEOUGE P. ANDREWS, M. )., for the
'2 Yiar Term.
DK. U. W. ANDERSON for the 1 Year
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Jan. 5, IS!)!.
C P. HOHXr.ll, Eq., has this day boon
appointed n mcniber of ltoad Board for
the Taxation District of Lahaina, Maui,
for the unexpired term made xaeant by the
death of C. Kaluakini.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interioi.
Interior Ollice, Jan. (i, lb'13.
S. X. K. KAKIXA, Esq., lias this d ly
been appointed Xot.iry Public foi the
rifth Judicial Circuit.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllco, Jan. 10, 1S'3.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Paily,
But J'Jitnbliihed for the Henefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 11, ISM.
TRIUMPH OF THE FRAUD.
Indefinite Postponement of the Lot
tery Bill Voted Down.
Amidst groat oxeitomont and in
prc'senc-o of a largo crowd of the
public a ole was taken at 2.30 this
afternoon on a motion to iiidpfinitely
postpone tho Lottery J3ill. The ote
was a tiiv 22 to 22. but Eepresenta
tie Kapalm changed his oto from
do to no, making a niajoiity of two
in fat or of the bill, as follows:
Au's Ministers, Wilcox, Kobin
on, .1 ones and Brown; Nobles Ena.
.uitthane. M.irsdeu. Young, Baldwin.
Jornwoll, W.ilhudge, Anderson,
churston, MoBrydo and Dreiei,
.ie)s. Wilder, Kaulii, Waipiiilam,
usupa, Smith and A. S. Wilcox 21.
Noes Nobles Hu)Ivins Pua, l'el
isoii, Cumtnins, Mtule, Hoapili and
ICauoa; Iiups. Bipikane, Aki, Pua,
K. W. Wilcox, Bush, Nawahi, Koa
nou, Kiiunainano, Katnauoha, Ka
palm, Nahiiiu, White, Kanealii, Ed
monds, Kahina and Akina 23.
Absent Nobles Berger, Williams,
J. M. Horner, Hind, W. Y. llornei;
Heps. Ashfoid and A. Hornor.
With somo amendments tho bill
passed third reading by a vote of 2.i
Foreign News and Gosaip.
Baltimore has a $50,000 electric
Whiskj' is advancing steadily in
price since the election.
A fatal epidemic of diphtheria i.-
ra aging Southern Indiana.
Pennsylvania's debt has been dim
inished 1,417,106 last 3 ear.
The South Carolina House of lk
presontaties has passed a bill re
pealing tho Free Pass Act.
Saloonists aro arrested and fined
in Chicago for keeping their places
open after midnight,
Indiana has more Germans than
any other State. They constitute 55
percent of the population.
A Philadelphia .syndicate has
bought all the street raihwty lines
in West Bay City, Mich., covering
Anson Phelps Stokes' now cottage
at Lenox, Mass., will bo 400 feet long
and 100 feet wide, and will bo built
of gni3' granito.
Among tho Missouri exhibits at
Chicago will bo twenty-four varieties
of tobacco from tho experimental
farm of tho Stato University.
Justice Lamar is o.xnocted to go to
Georgia as hoon as lie is able to
trae, with a iov to mending his
Iical'h, which continues feeble,
Tho Into Jay Gould showed an as
tonishing preference for portable
property only .?2,(HX),(XX) in realtj
against $70,000,000 pocket estato.
Chicago policemen ate said to
liavo frightened lit t lu oiglit-yoar-old
Eddie I'aikur to death, in trying to
obtain n statement from him'rcgaid
ing a stolon shirt.
John D. Cronin, who saw a man
killed by it fall from a roof at Port
land, Maine, has become speechless
and sightless, and is c pouted to die
from the uHcuts of tho shock.
Premier Gladstone will bo invited
by the World's Fair authorities, they
bay, to cross the ocean in order that
ho tuny dolhur tho address at the
formal opening of thu Exposition,
on May 1st.
Daily Jlulletin, 60 centt month,
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Snn Frani'hco, Jan. 4, per S. S.
CHOM.RA 81 SIM C'TKIJ IN THU 1!KASS
Tests made cr tho iseent of two
dead cotnictsin tho Aikansas peni
tentiary for nrsenie revealed no poi
son, and the doctors belieo the sick
ness among tho convicts is cholctn.
An examination is to ln made for
tho comma bacilli.
HkTMTll OX ( VNADV.
It is said on tiutwoithy informa
tion that Piesident Harrison and
his Cabinet will signalize the close
of their administration by a more
seveio blow at Canada than any pio
viotislv attempted. This will' bu in
slopping the bonding piivilogcs of
Canadian railways in tho United
Tho attorney of tho Canadian
Pacific road is at Washington in
consultation with the Congiessional
fi ionds of the Canadian loads, and
there is evidence of 'outline alaitn
in tho minds of tho ii.ctids of Cana
Sonpttrs Froand Culloin aie said
to be advising tho L'lOsidont to take
some tadical step in this direction
to bring Canada to terms. Culloin
has often expressed tho opinion that
the Canadian toads aie constantly
evading tho intoistato commerce law
to the ilisadvantago of American
Tho Canadian Governniont has
suspended opoiation of the acts
making a discriminative duty on
molasses and sugar imported in
directly, in comparison with thoo
impoited ditectly fioin tho countiy
whore nioduced. It is undeistood
this action was taken to avoid what
might bo considered unfriondlj
legislation aimed tit tho United
OVLliDL'I sti:amir AltHIVIS.
Tho long ovciduo Cunard steamer
Unibria was sighted off Fire island,
Now Yoik, shorty after midnight
and arrived at quniantino at 15:30
o'clock the morning ol Dec. 31, and
after inspection steamed slow ly up
the bay to dock. She had .'575 pas
sengers on boaid, about equally di
vided between the first anil second
cabins and the .stem age. All on
boaid weio well. Gallant. Captain
MeK.M) had bioughl his lino steamer
and till on board .safel) through tho
teuilic gales, though disabled, and
amid tho thanks ol tho passengers
anil the noisy gieeting of steam
whistles from the vessels in the har
bor brought her to the dock. It
wjis twelve diis since she had left
Qtieeiistown, and thiswastho longest
tune on lecoid for the crack ocean
hlvim: hi: rim.
Blaine was nettei ;u 11 o'clock last
night than he was at the same time
the previous night. Tho report that
he had sutTered another relapse and
that his condition had assumed an
alarming aspect appeals to have been
iiulouuded. His. iclativcs share the
oeliel of Dr. Johnson that the ex
nociotaiy is maintaining tho stead
improvement noted nj his condition
.lining the last week.
1ILOODV 11VT1I,!. IN MVUYMMJ.
A mob of 100 men moved on the
jail at Bakeislield, Mainland, night
ciefoiu hist for the ptuposo of hang
ing Calvin hwipos, a member of the
notorious Hatliold gang, and the
two Svvitson biejtheis. under sen
tence of death lor iiitudei.
Sherill Mooinan swoio in tvventj
deputies and met tin assault on the
jail with bullet. Tho l.vneheis weio
ecpelled, leaving tlnce'de.id boloio
the jail poich. while hall a doon
weio badly wounded.
The light incensed tho population
of three counties, and by 1 o'clock
yesterday altoinoon It'll determined
men assembled at aeisliold. A
repoit at S o'clock states that the
jail w.is cariied after a desperate
battle, in which a score of lives were
lost on both sides, among tho killed
being Sheiill Mooinan. Tho repoit
stys that the three miirdeieis were
On tho night of the 2d insl. a
masked mob ovoi powered the Sherill
at Loudon, Tennessee, and took tho
alleged murdeier, Henry Duncan,
from jail and hanged him.
lMiorx isoit niiioos veyun tim).
After a trial lasting twont3-da3s
Professor Charles A. Biiggs was
acquitted Dec. lit) upon eveiy one of
thechargesof heics biotight against
him by tho committee of pro-ecu-tion.
When tho mombni.s of tho
ecclesiastic couit filed out of the
old Scotch Fiosbj-teiian Church in
Fourteenth .street, a few minutes be
fore (5 o'clock, the radiant faces of
Professoi Biiggs' ptutisatis told tho
President llastiugnand tho faculty
of tho Union Theological Seminary
weie e.spi'ciall pleased witli the ver
dict, which wtts of .such impoitjinco
to thoir institution. Tho voto was a
gieat surpiise to the opposition,
Thoiowoiol28 ininistois and el
ders who votetl on every charge.
The strongest voto foi 'Piofessor
Biiggs was 7J1 in his favor and 4!
against him, ami his weakest .show
ing was on ehtiigo !), wheio (ho voto
stood 07 in his favor aiid til against
v vvir.u .sennii.
Among the private bills to bo sub
mitted to Parliament next .session is
one for the const Miction of a budge
across tho khiglish channel fioin
Capo Grisiio to a point near Dover.
The piomotein entiiuate that it can
bocoimliiicted for l': J! 1,000,000, which
probably would expand to 50,000,
000 if thowoilts weieover stalled,
The) estimate that the bulk of the
Belgian, Dutch, (ietiiiitii, Fiench
and Spanish goods tialllc would go
by this route, a somewhat sanguine
expectation when it is reiiiimibtuotl
how much chcapoi is the watet car
riage. Even supposing thai thu
bridge woro complete, it would 10
quiro at least 10,(X)0 a dnv to pay
expenses and. a fair dividend to
LAIlOrt IllOT AT MADRID.
A serious labor riot occurred at
Madritl tho last day of 18!)2. While
10(X) working mon were matching in
a body to tho Major, they became,
involved in a conllict with tho police.
Tho latter mado free use of thoir
sabers, while stones and other uns
silesAvero showoted upon them from
all sides. Many policemen and
workiiiginen weio wounded before
tho mob dispersed. Several arrests
(MIOI.i:ilA STll.L ICIM.1XO.
Four fresh cases of choloianre re
ported at Dunkirk, Fiance.
Tho Berlin coriespondont of tho
Times saj s two fresh cases of cholera
were loported in Hamburg, Jan 3,
and one in Wnndsbcok. Tliero wero
two deaths from cholera in Alton tho
UVNASI1TE IV DUHLIN.
An explosion occitrted oulsido tho
detective ollico in Dublin on Christ
mas Eve. Detective Synnott. who
was passing at tho lime, was Killed.
The explosion caused great oxcilo- i
ment. bynnottwas literally toin to
)ieees. No arrests have yol been
made, but a scon,of detectives aro
w Diking on the ease.
It is believed in somo quarters that
tho motive of tho erimo was rovongo
for the refusal of tho Government
to release the imprisoned djMiamitor
Daly. No arrests have been niado
nor have any clews been discovered.
A number of English papers, in
commenting on the Dublin explosion,
regard it as a political erimo and
declato that it is the outcome of
Morion's conciliatory policy. Tho
papers of his partj' attributo it to a
moie private gitulgo, having no poli
A suggestion is being mado that
the explosion was tho work of anar
chists and a part of a plot discovered
somo time ago to cany on the dyna
mite ptopaganda in Great Britain in
behalf of the anarchist cause. Tho
Scotland-jard ollicials, however,
seoul this idea.
The explosion has caused uneasi
ness in Loudon and public build
ings, railway stations, etc., have been
put under extra guards. All the
piooautions taken during tho last
(huamito outiages in that city aro
observed. No unknown person is
allowed to enter government offices
without giving an account of him
self. A NEW LAWSUIT ON HAND,
Or, Parody on Tn-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-Ray.
By Johnson the Shiit Man.
Now then is u man with a gie.it hie; gill,
If j on loolv.it him he'll commence to Imvvl,
lie h nl some Shuts and vvanteil them iixeel
lint without the inoiicv he onlil not do
lie stirleil in and tried his ncive,
lint the looks n him would not scive.
He tncd with a law suit hut vvithont sue'-
'I fiat lii tv man will i!o like the rest.
Gnu mi mj Shirts oi in an hoiii I'll sue,
It will eo-t me nothing hut lie, ilea r for v on.
Tor I hiuea pull and in .ul ou'U go,"
And when jou are theie .vbu'll li.ne no
He tried his iliitvg.iiuelmt it did not vvoilv.
He got hit in the neck anil u good hard
He IccN as sum as a leper ease,
He is so i-.li inied to look in vour face.
Moitvi -Dootheisoi tluij willloou.
Johnson tho Shirt Maker is at the
comer of King and Al.ikna streets,
where he makes all kinds of Shirts to
ordei and guarantees a fit. It don't
cost any more to have j-oin shirts
made to older than 3011 pay for jour
ohl store and factory made goods.
Now please boar this in mind and
give us a call. Satisfaction guaran
Cor. King and Alakea Sts.
A". . No Bluffs lahen in 1'ayment
for Shi its.
For pains in tho chest theio is
nothing bettor than a ilannel cloth
saturated with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bound 011 over tho se.it of
pain. It will produce a counter ini
talion without blistering, and is not
so disagreeable as mustard; in fact is
much supeiior to any plaster on ac
count of its pain-relieving qualities.
If used in time it will prevent pneu
monia, lit) cent bodies for sale by all
dealeis. Benson, Smith i; Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Governor Ihisse-ll of Massachusetts
has certified that ho did not spend a
cent to secure his re-i'lection, but
Colonel Kiinsoll, his In other, coi tides
that lie collected .S2000 fioin tho
brow 01 s of Boston besides other
amounts to help elect him.
rpiTi:.Sl).V NIO.HT, .TANUAUY 10, A
JL ('mil (use (Pocket Hook), containing
Mono and l'.ipuis; the Under will he lilier
ullv ruvv.iuleil liv leaving at thu Jin 1 iris.
P. H. BROOKS DIVISION, K. of P.
rpni:uu wibb 111; a Mi:i:ma or
JL 1'. II. llinolvH Division, Uniform
Itank, K. of I'., at Mjstle Hull, TJ1IS
(Wediiesilaj) KVKNINil, at 7 o'clock
blimp. Hilslncs-j of importance will he
transacted , ZH.ni.l.U,
hii Knight taiitalii t'oiuniaiiilliig.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
ADIVIDKNI) OP 'iVO AM) 0X15
luilf l'eiiuut 011 the block of the
.Mutual Telephone Coinpaiiv will he paid
at thuOllleoof the Trc.iMiier of the Coin
panv on MONDAY, tho Kith Inst.
('. O. liHIKII'.lt,
Honolulu, .luii. 10, IMii. (iil-.'it
Store To Let!
Fixtures For Sale !
IV luipllre of
OIIAS. J. FISIIEL,
tl-Win Cor. Krt .V, Hotel nt,
" I inherit some tendency to Dys
pepsia from my mother. I suffered
two years in this way ; consulted a
number of doctors They did me
uo good I then used
Relieved In your August Flower
and it was just two
days when I felt great relief. 1 soon
Rot so that I could sleep and eat, and
I felt that I was well. That was
three years ago, and I am still first
class. I am never
Two Days. without a bottle, and
if I feel constipated
the least particle a dose or two of
August Flower does the work. The
beauty of the medicine is, that you
can stop the use of it without any bad
Constipation While I was sick I
felt everything it
seemed to me a man could feel. I
wasof all men most miserable. lean
say, in conclusion, that I believe
August Flower will cure anyone of
indigestion, if taken
Life of Misery with judgment. A.
M Weed, 22oBelle
fontaiue St., Indianapolis, Iud."
LOST OR MISLAID.
(lIMSTiriCATr. M. 20 I'OU TWENTY
J Shues Mutual Telephone Stock,
"tnncliiiK In the name of O. Afoni;.
t'ertilu.ite Xo. .'id for Ten shaies Mu
tual Telephone; Mcuk. standing in the
name of Henry Afong.
Ceitihcate o. JOJ foi Ten hhares Mu
tual Telephone block, standing in the
1111110 of Alhert Afong.
Ti.insfcr has heeli stopped. Tinder will
pic ise tctiiin to
(.JO-'-'t S. M. DAMON.
Pure & Fresh Machine-made Poi
In quantities to suit piivato families or
individud consumers. '
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.,
Cor. Queen and Alakea sts.
V. 1 AVII.S0X,
F I'. O. Uo I'M!. Manager.
UNITED CHINESE SOCIETY.
AT 11IK UMilTf.AK Ml.rflXO Or
tiie United Cliluu-c Soe-ictj, held on
the Id 111st., the following were eleclareel
dul elected as Olllccn of the eoiporation
foi thu ensuing j ear, viz :
l'resiilent . ... .(loo Kim,
Vice-I'iesident .. .AVong Kvv.11,
hecictiuj Ching On,
Assistant heeiet.uv I. in Chock biliK,
Honolulu, Jaiiu 11
Information Concerning Coffee
rplIK UUIWAU OI" INKOKMATIOX
JL having received iiianv lnipiuies as to
aicis and location of laud available for
Collee Culture, herehv icipic-ts tint all
persons holding lind suitahlo for Collee
Culture vvliiuh thoj aie ilesiious of selling,
leasing or working'on shaics, will send in
formation concerning thu same to the
Oive 1 Island and District.
3 If for sale, lowest pi ice.
I If for le-ase, teim, lent and unj spe
5 If on shaies, condition.
This inforiii ition will lie compiled and
fumi-lied lice to any onu d"sinng it.
haw. uui:i:au intoumatiox.
I.. A 'Iiii'Kston, bic'y. OlS-lvv
"M OI.AT IJKAXD"
Superior to Any Other !
This Mill: is picp.ticd in Norwaj fioin
the Pino Uiiskiiiiiucd Milk of Xuruegi.111
Cows, fed on mountain giass. Tliero is
liothin; added ci tpt thu I'inest feug.ir,
and nothing taken awav from it hut watei,
it tin icfoio possesses all tho oiigmal jiro
porticsand aroiiia piculiaito Xoiwcguin
For Salo in Quautltles to Suit by
II. W. SOIIMIDT & SOXS.
Iy viiitui: or a wniT ok Kxr.ru
J tlon issued out of the bupiuine ('ourt,
on the llth day of Dcceinlim, A. I), lb').',
against A. K. ' (luiwilvus, defendant, lu
favor of .1. ('. Quintal, plaiutlll, foi the sum
of JiLtO'l'i, 1 have levied upon anil t-hall ox
nose for silo at the I'olico htation, in the
District of Honolulu. Island of Oahu, at 1.'
o'clock of Vi:i)Ni:siUY, the SJthiliiv of
.liinuarj, A. I). 1'', to the highest hidilei,
all thu light, t it lu and interest of the said
A. P. (lousiilvi's, defendant, in and to the
following piopettv, unless wild judgment,
intern st, costs and mtv openi-es he piu
List 01 piopcitv for sale:
All or tho light, title and interest of A.
P. lloiiMilvus in certain house-lots together
with the huildiiigs then on, situate 011 tho
won side of l'uiichhowl xtiict, In Hono
lulu, adjoining the llo.val bchool iiemlses,
lining pienilses covered In Ap.iua.tof It.
I'. liO-', 1.. ( . A. J-'.s'i, to Kuaiimouo Kaiuo
hal, and ditl.v convened to Mild A, V. llou
Milveri, cxcujitlng tliciefioin a lot loutalu
ing .117 of an 111 iu 011 the northerly corner
heietofore clulv couveved to .Manuel Cor
reiii, mthject to a inorlgagei of ifl.iOO to the
I'orlugucMi lli'iievolent bocietv, ilated
Muich le, IH'J.', icionled In i.lhei' 1)1, page
CIIAh. II. WILSON,
Honolulu, Dec. .'", Ih'U. llltl-lt
lly A. M. lU.lTi:NCOUItl',
Veteilnar.v Kiirgcon and Dealer iu Hoim's,
corner llerotaula anil I'uiiehhoivl t-tx,
iW Mutual .Meleplione 1177. ffll-tf
The Daily Bullilin U dilh,nd by
curriers fur fit) rent per month,
Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'fl
Saiurday, Jan. 7, 189,1.
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 half 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 onl
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 that
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., Lil
Opposite bitrecl-els' Jllock,
By Lowis J. Lovoy.
Notice of Salo of Shares Hold ns
riMiu uxDnitsiaxi.i) mvi:s xotioi;
JL that in pursiianco of n power of sale
contain! d in n collateral note given h.
(leorgo W. Macfiirlano to Hlshnp A Co.,
elated March 'Jiith, ISflO, said note being foi
the sum of One Hiiudicd and Twonty
three Thousand Three Hiiudicd and Kortv
four 7-tOfl .Dollars (fun,.m.07) pijahlo to
the order of Uishop it Co. on 01 hofoio De
cember 111, I MX), and of the righti of tlio
undersigned as holder of said note and of
the shares of stock pledged ns set urlty for
'tho payment of the same, and In const--tpicnco
of tho falluio of said 0, W. Macfai
laue to pay said note when due, he will
sell at l'ublie Auction at the Silesiooms of
Lew Is. I. I.ovev, Am tloneer, In Honolulu,
on SATURDAY, the llth dnj or Januaiy,
A. D. 18'M, at VI o'clock noon, all of those
One Thousand One Hunilied and Ninetj
(11(10) Shares of tho t apital Mock of tho
Waikapu bugar Coinpah.v, mi Hawaiian
eorpoiation, being tlio iiino covered by
Ciirtilli'MoM Xo. fis.r-'lniiil liOin the iinmo
of O. W. Miiefarlano, being the same
Shaies pledged bv said (leorge W. Macfai
lane to said ltislion iV, Co. us seciulty for
the p-ij ment of said note. I'm Value Ono
Hundred Dollars ($100) per Share.
Honolulu, Dee. HI, l!')'. IlKMil
For Genii cm on:
HA'IS, 12 rr.
A Full Line of
Etc., Etc., Htc.
-.- ioiiT stiu:i:t.
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rpHAT PLEASANT suu-
X in ban Cottame on Nuu-
oim street, ailioiiiing tliei
lesidciieo of Mr. Thomas"
boienson, nicely appointed and with agiee
ablu siirioundings, suited to a small family
and within an easy remove fioin the he.it
of the City. Teiins f IS per mouth.
rpHAT VEltY DDS1U
JL able Residence at pie
sent occupied bj James
Love as a homestead, situ
ate on King street opposite the residence
oi i-r. ii. i'. .Andrews. jiouu contains
Iirgo Pailor, Dining-rooiu, 4 Lugollcd
roonis, Kitchen, etc. ltooinj bt.ibii's and
Servant's Quarters in leai;" onlv IU min
utes' walk to the Post Ollice. l'os-i-sion
givon in March, lb!) J. 5'U-tf
NOTE Before seeking or closing b.u
g.iins elsevv here, it v ill pay on to scan our
column, mill to at once consult the under
signed at their otllce.
t?-Wo keep pioperty in liist-clns-, con
dition. Our terms aie moderate and as
landlords we will ahvajs he found reason
able in our dealings,
tXf Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Caitw right Building," Merchant sticet.
Thu follow ing choice bit of w end painting
occurs in Havvtlioine's Mai hie Faun:
" Women bo thej of what earthly uink
thev may, howovei gifted with intellect oi
genius, or endow ed w ith aw fill buautj , liavu
alwajs some little luudiwoik ic.idy to till
thetinv gap of-uverj vacant moment. A
needle is lainihar to tholingeis of them all.
Aipicen, no doubt, plies it on occasion; tho
woman poet can use it as adroitly as hei
pen; the woman's c.ve, that has discovuicel
a new stai, tnins fioin its gloi.v to sum1 thu
polished little institimeiit gleaming along
thu hem of hei kerchief, oi todarna casual
fill) in hei dress. And the have gicatl.v
the advantage of us in this rcspr.it. '1 he
slendei thread of slilcoi cotton keeps them
united witli the small, familiar, gentle in
terests of life, the continuallj opciating in
lliieniesof which do solum h foi thu health
of the chaiacler, and cany oil what would
otherwise) be a dangeious aci mutilation ot
morbid seiisihilit-,. A vast deal of human
bjinpithy runs along this elcctile line,
Ntietchlng from the tluoiiu to the wlckm
chair of thu humblest se.iuistiess, and
keeping high and low in a spec ies of com
munion with theii kindred buings."
Housewives, while vou pi-, the needle,
have jou over relleetid on the vicissitudes
of life tjcu to it that v out liiisbaudn pro
vide foi tlio future welfare of tlieii families
bv at once aiiplviiig foi a Pollen in tho
L'tii'iTAiiLi; Liri: AbbUiiA.N'n: bo-
CILTY of tho United btates. .No moie
suitable gift could be olleied to jou.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
Lipiitablo Life Assiiianeo boeletv of thu
A SHIPMENT OP
Fisabrand Oil Clothing
roil bALi: by
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
A SALESMAN roll
CO UNI" It Y
Htoro. Aiiplv lu writing.
M. b'. (1KIN11AUM A
BY A YOUNG MAItltlED MAN, A
1'onitlnn iih Clerk or lloukkti'piT.fiiii
give llrt-cluss riumuiicudatlim! Hilary
not mi much an obiict in. e iiiploviuuin,
Addruii "P. o. Box fa.'," ilonoliilu.