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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 18915.
AVl I'M M'W, .1.111. II.
S S Maiiposa, Hii.vtttuil, fioni the Colonics
Tiimwiivv, .lun. I'l.
Stmr O 1! ISNlioji from Hain.iluiu
Stmr James MaUco fioni Kuu.ii
Tin li-ii w , .lun. 1
S S Muiipo-a, Hujttanl, for.Sun Pianci-io
Stmr .lames MuKeu for Han.ilei mid Huna-
ninulu ut 4 ji in
Stmr 1'ulo foi Nattilittili
V0S30I3 Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Kiiuiil for Maui and Hawaii at t! p in
Hktnc S N Castle, Hubbaul, for sail 1'iau-
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Pole 3I')5 lings sugar.
Prom the Colonies, per S S Muriiiu-a,
Jan 11 Captain Nottago and valet, ill- I!
Hudson and '2 childien, Miss Aihiui'-ou,
Miss Clara Hudson, Miss Walker.
Vor San rramd-eo, per S S Mariposa,
Jan 12 .InoDtcr, I'M llati.li, wife and in
fant, Dr J W "Winter, Miss Cook, Miss 1)
Thomniing, G Lvcuigus, MaM-ato, Jus M
Malone, .1 Soua, M de Caries, tsife mid
child, H R Foster nnd daughter, and others
Tlio steamer I'elu which united last
evening brought n cargo of M)'t U igs sugar,
bin vt 111 leave after discharging for Nutti
ltwili, wheie, it is leported, theie is plenty
The follow ing veel- are expected at this
port lroin Xewenstle, X. S. W'., coal-laden:
ship Honolulu, -ailed Xov. 18; hktne J.
Smith, -ailed Xov. L'C; l-ma-tcd sclir W.
V. Witemnn, 1-inasted -chr Aliie Cooke,
hktne Hilo and bail: Lady Lamp-on.
The S. S. Marino-.i t Inch tailed at noon
to-day for San l'ranci-co took tho follow
ing cargo from thispoit: 17 hoses pine
apples (.510 pines), J. Kidttull; 1.1 boxes
betel leaves, bu Sing; l!)f bills green hides,
and l.'l bills sheepskins, K. l' l'oitei; 1W1
bunches binmius, .Ino. da bllvu; !Mido.,
Uonsalves it Co. j :i')i do., O. T. Uulick;
474 do., G. l.curgus; 151b do., Campbell,
.Marshall it Co. Domestic value, fIJl".
I'ODTdOni: Th this city, .lanuaiy luth, to
the wife of J. l'odmuie, a son.
AXVICK In Honolulu, .lanuaiy lltli, to
the wife of A. K. Anvick, a son.
A NEW LAWSUIT ON HAND,
Or, Parody on Ta-Ra-Ba-Boom-Do-Ray.
lhj Juhnxun Hit' Sltlil Jfau.
Xow tlime is a man with a gicat big gall,
If ton look at him he'll ciuuiiieiice to bawl.
He had xomo Shiitsaud wanted them fixed
Hut witliout tho inoiiet he iiiuld noldo
He started in and tiled his ncivo,
ilut the looks of him would not sei ve.
Ho tried with a lawsuit but without suc
cess, Tlmtdlity man will die like llieiesl.
(iivo me my Sliiits or in an houi I'll -no,
It will cost me nothing but budear foryou,
For 1 haven pull and in jail uiu'll go,
And when xou me theie tou'll have no
He tried his dirty g.unobut it did not work,
He got hit in tlio neck and a good hmd
Ho feels as wire as u lepor cas-e,
Ho is m aslmmi-d to look in tout face.
Monti. Do others or thoj will do m.
Johnson tho Shirt Maker is at tlio
corner of King and Alakea streets,
where he makes all kinds of Shirts to
order and guaiautees a fit. It don't
cost any more to have your shiils
made to order than you pay for your
old stoic and factory made goods.
Now please bear this in mind and
give us a call. Satisfaction guaran
Cor. King and Alakea Sts.
Ar. II. Xh JIIiijI'h (nit it in I'ltimml
"In bnvinf,' a ooiitfli medicine for
children, sa.vs II. A. Walker, a pio
niiiiont druisl of ()f,'eu, Utah,
"never bo afraid to Imv Chainber
laiu's Couh Hoiuedy. Theie is no
danger fioni it and tellef isalwavn
Hiiro to follow. I pinticiilail.v i'e
comiuetid Chambei Iain's because 1
have found il lu hoi-nfeimil leliable.
It Irt iiili-udeil 1 -pi'clnll fui 1 i, Id-,
einitp and whuKpiu cniij;ii. ' .r,n
cuul boltliH for sale hv all dealeiA.
Uoiisoii, Smith .V Co., Agentu for tho
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
The band played id Un depart uro
of tho Mariposa to-day.
Uaum do Coderoiant. lius losign
ed tho position of (Jhiot Justice of
Two casus of drunkenness consti
tuted, tho District Com I calendar
Tho S. S. Monowai is going to have
n now propeller, wlion it is epeeted
sho will impiovo hor reooid.
Tlio remainder of the New South
Wales' exhibit for tho World's Fair
wont through on the S. S. Mariposa
Tho Daughters of Robokah invite
brother lodges and visiting biethion
to their installation of ollioors to
Tho steamor Polo brought the
first consignment of sugar from tho
Makawoli Plantation, Kauai. It con
sisted of 1120 bags.
Tho drawing of tho jury for the
First Ciicuit Court term, opening
on Monday, February (i, will take
place on Saturday net.
It is reported from tho South that
tho paymaster of II. B. M. S.
Nvmnho has beeti couit-maitialed
on a charge of embezzlement.
Tho Minister of tho Interior cor
dially invites tho public to bo pio-ont
at tho prorogation or tho Legislature
by tho Queen at 12 noon on Satur
The S. S. Mariposa arrived about
8:!K) last evening lioin tho Colonies
on her way to San Francisco. Purser
Smith reported an unov out fill pas
sago. Tho receiver's silo of tho stock-in--trade
of C. 13. Williams, funiituie
dealer, was declaicd oil', on account
of the purchase of the stock by 11.
H. Williams on piivato terms.
Tho through passengei.s by the
steamers Oceanic and Mariposa en
joyed tho concert at the Hotel. The
band oegan playing eaily lor the
benefit ol the Oceanic's passengois.
Tho ollieeis and biother of the
Captain Cook Lodge, Sons of St.
Georgo, desiio to thank the ladies
who so kindly helped to make their
last social and dance a complete suc
cess. Out of seven criminal cases tried
in tho Circuit Court at Hilo, before
tho mad left, there was only one
conviction. Thotiialof tho Costa
couple for minder wa- to come up
Tho Post Ollice despatched a mail
of 211.') lettoin and 1571 prints by
tho Maiipoa for San Fiancisco. A
mail of (53 11 letteis and 2(17 papers
was sent last night by the Oceanic
for tho Orient.
A second paper fioni Paris, con
taining an article signed by' Floury,"
coinplununtary to the Hawaiian
Ministry voted out to-day, has been
received. Mr. Floury seems to take
a gieat iutoiest in Hawaii.
J no. Dj or was a pas-eager by the
Mariposa lo-iUry. Dr. .1. V. Winter
a- also a passenger. The latter
gentleman goes to lake chaige of
tho otlico in San Francisco made
vacant by tho death of his nephew.
Captain Nottago airited by tho S.
S. Mariposa yostoiday evening on a
visit to tho islands. Ho is the owner
of tho racing yacht Deeihound,
which is ciediled with hating won
sixty-tw'o cups, besides other piie-.
At tho annual meeting of the
Catholic Ladies' Benevolent Society
held Jan. 11, tho following olliceis
were elected for the ensuing tear:
Mrs. J. F. Bowler, President; .Mis. J.
W. McDonald, Vieo-Piosidoiit; Miss
Anna Perry, Secietary; Mrs. Covves,
A photograph of the dwai f cocoa
nut tree is on exhibition in the stoie
of II. E. Mclntyie ie. Pro. Nuts
from this .species of laro plants woie
received by tho S. S. Mariposa yos
toiday, and mc oll'ored for sale by
H. 13. Mclntyre it Bro.
Chief Justice Judd to-day declin
ed to grant a petition for separation,
pending liefoio him for some time,
by a native woman named Mole Ka
linin against her husband. J. K.
Knhookauo repiesonted the peti-
t loner, ami .1. .M. I nepoe her spouse.
Mr. Sydney Clement son of Boston
and wife weio tlnough nassougeis
on tho S. S, Mariposa to day. Roth
passed tlnough heie on tlie same
steamor a few dips ago. .Mr. C'le
montson has established agencies in
the Colonies for the puicha-e ami
exportation of Aiistialiau wool to
The schooner Aloha arrived Dec.
J.), twenty-nine days froiu I loan) .hi.
The trip was a ini-cinhlo one on ac
count of bad weather and the rtick-
ness ol captain JJaDol. iJiiiiiiir tin
whole ovatfo h was haidlv able to
walk, but managed to see what was
goitif,' on and yivo his oiders for the
vessel's safetv. .S'. '. Cull,
.Mis. If, Hudson, wife of .Mr. Hud
son, (joiiowiI Superintendent of the I
New South Wales' Inhibit, is a pas- I
so n go r 011 tho .Maiiposii. .Min. J fuel- 1
sou is accompanied by her family I
and will .sta heiefora shoit vaca
tion its tho guests of .Mr. and .Mr--. If.
Lishman. .Mr. it, Hudson is a dila
tive of -Mis. Lishman and passed
tlnough a shoit while ago 011 his
way to Chicago. He is expected on
the Alameda, letuiniiig lo I lie
Colonies on business.
No one was allowed 011 boaid the
Maiiposa for neatly half an hour af
tor her ariival tcstmdnv evening.
The men who liad chaige of the
gang-plank stated that il was Chief
Olllcer J lull's older. It was un
necessary delay, as all the mMn
gel, weie oil', and 110 one wan going
either Wll.V. None of the ntlli'l of
lic I- whell "Jtli'-t inlli'd wei awnre
(if C'llH-t I I, III S II il'llllS I 0 I I ..'l.
ii li.nl to be xiiuvht in lie-e bin In
a clerk from V. U. Irwin A L'u.' of-
lice hufoiu ho could be found,
i uuybuily bo allow ou on Uoaiu.
Tiu'rsiiay, Jan. 12, 1WI2.
o'clock for prajer.
convened at !)
Minutes of the
wore then lead
the Queen had signed tho following
Bill 218. to movent trusts.
Bill 231, to prevent tho landing of
slovvawavs and criminals.
Bill HI', relating to the Wailuku
Bill 211, compensation of Kepro
sontalives. Bill 238, fees of eecutors and
Bill 212, now section to bill in re
Bill 2.T), National Loan.
Bill 232, repeal of law relative to
steam railway around Oahu.
Bill 233, importation and sale of
Bill 23'.), regulating tho carrying
of passengers, Wailuku and Hilo.
Jill 1 221, relating to bankruptcy.
Bill 2.5(5, additional expenses Legis
Bill 213, to define writs of on or.
Bill 2(17. relating to stamp duties.
Bill 2(rs to amend Chapter 37,
Penal Code, relating to vagrants.
No other business intervening the
Older oT the Day was at 5):25 moved
and Bill 211, to authorize tho dis
tilling of spirituous liquors, caino up
on thud leading and passed.
Bill 217, to amend Section (iit of
the Act. to Reorganize the Judiciary
and lelating to appeals; read a tliiiil
time and passed.
Wop. Kamaiioha, under suspension
of the rules, piesented a resolution
to the ell'ect that, as tho House had
signified its leadiness, and t ho Queen
had oxpiossod Her intention ol pro
loguing the Legislature on the coin
ing Satuiday, then the Ministeis lie
retpiested to place bofoie Her Ma
jesty unsigned bills which have pass
ed thiid leading and request that
Her Majesty give earl- attention to
the same and letuin if possible on
Satuiday, bofoie prorogation.
Noble Thurston objected to the
lesoliition as being cleaily imposing
on the rights of Her Majesty. The
Queen had a right by the Constitu
tion to have pos-ession of a bill for
ten lays and the House had no light
(o inteifeie during that time. Her
Majesty may omit to sign or else
veto a bill, that was her light and it
was undignified in the House to at
tempt to pass a lesoliition which was
most cleaily tienching on tho lights
of tho Queen.
President Walker now announced
(hat ho would havo to leave the
House, and desired members to
leave tho keys of their desks with the
Kep. White said that ho did not
I think (hat theie was anything wrong
in mo resolution; n was only a le
quost that tho Cabinet place' bills in
their hands before tho Queen and
advise Her to sijru them. This was
nocossaiy in case of intended veto.
Hop. Wilcox said thai ho consider
ed that theie should bo a change in
tho lesoliition; ho did not favor it
as diawn. Tlio business ol (he Cabi
net was to place the bills p.is-ed bo
foie the Queen but not to advise
Minister Brown stated that such
weio tho duties asundoistoodhy tho
Cabinet. The Cabinet might advice
Hor Majesty with regard to certain
men-iues but the approving or le
jecting theieof, when it became an
individual matter, rested entirely
with the Queen, it was hor personal
pieiogativo to veto or sign bills pie
sented and tho Cabinet would uof
even attempt inteifeienco with her
liei soual rights.
Hop. Xaw alii spoke at length on
tho subject and to the ellect that
tho signature of tho .Ministeis or
one, at least, should bo on all acts.
He considered that the bills should
be lopnrlcd back bofoie the House
Minister Brown said that the
member seeined to be at sea" on Hie
.subject. He did not know w halAio
was talking about. , , ,,'
Hoi). Bush said that at fust it aj.fc
peaieilas though tin- subject tvasoT
little importance, lint 1 ,10110 of
the debate showed tinny Tjyl as
sumed considerable iiiiirtnnl', iv
peciallt as it M'enied to be doniiW lvnl
the Cabinet ihat thet did not need
to show by their hiL'nat mi's that thev"-
I weie lespunsible for acts of the
I Queen. Jin (the speaker) hold that
j the chief of the Cabinet should
I anlhorie acts of Her Majesty and
I thus accept rosponsibilit,). If he
(the speaker) was a man ol honor,
! and a member of the Cabinet, and
did not caie to take lesjionsibilit.v of
the ollice, ho would leave witliout
! "'"'SJ "''"'j 1 't do as thosowlio
weie now there.
Noble Thiiiston Vou would.' I
think yon would hang 011 tooth and
nail 1 at her than let go.'
Noble .Marsden -Hats! Hats!
Hop. Hush -Never mind the iats.
I (turning to Noble Thurston)
would not cling to my seat as vou
did. I would not try to get up a
vote of want of confidence in a
Cabinet in which 1 was a member as 1
Noble Thuislon (live us a lost!
Hep. Hush No, 1 won't give 3011
a lest! When Hep. Hush was in the t
Cabinet he did not hold on and
when he round uutlliat .Mr. tiib-on
did not waul him he did not wail lo '
be asked to leave but left of his own ,
will. Ifelative to the ifsnliitiou he 1
would su that then was honie ica
sou tor it, because it wan thought
that unfair advantage would be
taken against the Loiteiv Hill. It1
was known that at least nuemembei ,
of the Cabinet In-I signed a petition
in favor of tlie l.oiteiv Kill. That,
then Wis 1111 miKlake in
nf (h v abiih't,
Nil. ..4 ill. It llll Illj"l
if vou can'
Ministers Brown, Jones and Ro
binson Yes, nnino him. (.Minister
Rep. Bush, (hesitatingly) I did
not see any signature, but I was told
on good authority anil by a member
of this House Hint the Attornoy
Oeneral signed a petition,
Attorney-General' Brown I deny
that statement most emphatically
and defy yon or any one else to pro
duce any pot it ion or document which
bears my signature favor of tho
Hep. Bush (facing Roiirosenlntives)
Well, I got tho information from
a member of this House who is not
here now, and 1 placed tho fullest
confidence in his statement. I be
lieve now that tho Attorney-Gonoral,
in his heart, is in favor of the lot
ter. 2.Toblo Thurston You ought to
dissect him and produco his heart,
then wo can seo whether you are
right or not.
Ron. Bush No, for if 1 did wo
could learn nothing, because his
heait is so much like yours, it is full
Chorus from Noblos Young,Thurs
ton, Baldwin and Marsden Hal hal
After some further talk the resolu
tion was adopted, and at 11:0'.) tho
Assembly took recess until 1:30 p.m.
A YOUNG BLOOD.
Jolly Timo in
tho Paradise of tho
A young English tourist on the S.
S. Oceanic cieated no little amuse
ment at W S S. Co.'s wharf yester
day evening. The young sport ac
companied by two fellow passengers
had been having a "good timo" (lur
ing tho day, and toward dusk thoy
vvero ''pretty well on," having boon
doing tho dill'erent saloons in town.
Tho scow was to leave tho wharf, to
transpoit tho passengers to the
steamer lying outside, about 7
o'clock. The sport had not had his
full of tho Paradise of tho Pacific,
and his companions fearing thoy
might get left, diagged him down
to the vvhaif. When thoy reached
the scow the young follow started
in to lectuie on the beauties of tho
country and "the blasted blooming
fine climate.'' After indulging in a
long haiangue to the "hedification
of hall pieont," he turned round and
slipped, falling on adarge lamp and
smashing it to pieces. Mr. Jerry
Simonson, who had charge of tho
scow, was not pleased with tho
voting ISritisher, and oidored him to
koop quiet. His friends, who wore
less und'T tho iulluenco of liquor,
i remonstrated with the young man
and with some trouble he was taken
on board. Beyond a few scratches
I ho was unhurt. Before leaving ho
sang out, "I've spent sovon pounds
in this blasted country riding those
blooming cabs, don't you know."
DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY.
Want of Couiidonce Carried by the
Bare Constitutional Twenty-five.
Ropic'sentativo Kapahu of Kau
moved a resolution of want of con
fidence in the Ministry on the re-as-
sembliug of tho Legislature this af
ternoon. After a brief discussion
the lesoliition was carried by tho
baie number of 25 votes necessary
under tho Constitution. Tho vic
toiiotis opposition on this occasion
is composed of the National Reform
and Libeial member,, with the addi
tion of one Reformer, Noble Kauoa.
The vote was as follows:
Ayes Nobles Berger, Hopkins,
D. V. L'ua, Peterson, Cummins, Ma
de, Hoapili, Cornwall, and Kauoa;
Reps. Bipikano, Aid, S. K. l'ua, R.
V. Vileo, Rush, Navvahi, Koahou,
Kaunamano, Kamauoha, Kapahu,
Nahiiiu, White, Kanealii, Edmonds,
Kaliuia, and Akina 25.
Noes Nobles Ena, Kauhano,
Marsden, Young, Baldwin, Wal
biidge, Anderson, Thurston, Mc
Ri yde, and Bioier; Reps. Wilder,
Kauhi, Waipuilani, loscpa, Smith,
and A. S. Wilco 10.
Absent - Nobles Williams, ,1. M.
Homer, R. R. Hind, and V. V. Hor
ner; Reps. Ashford and A. llornor.
Hoot lifer on draught at
binith v lii,S.i . . ,
C. J. McC.-AliV has hits on Liliha
street for sale.
.1111-1 rii,., iiij itsu win iiniiMji .jiviii
l Tiiiiic. Jeiisoii, Smith A Co.Vgonts.
rt.. . 1..,..: r.: .!.,.. ci,:..
Sui)buru relie.ved at once fty Cu
cuinbeTTonic. lJenson, .Smith , Co.,
' l)i. AlcLeuiiaii, HIJ' l'ort street,
..1,,,... 11, ,(.. 1 n. ..,...;. ,1 c,,.,:....i
Vjil-es. .Mutual Telephone (582.
The Honolulu Dairy havo nut in a
1 Creamery will deliver fresh ereaiji
! morning or afternoon to suit cus
tomers. ' .
Mechanics' Home. .V.I and (il Ilptel
stieet. Lodging by dny, ,w)k or
mouth -li.'io. and f"(V. a night $1
and 1.2.") a week.
Winter & Winter, Dentists. Ollice,
!5!l Heietauia street. . i
(Sold fillings '. ..flt.OO
Silver lilliiigs.r.. ?... l.(X)
Teeth extracted 50
ICaslern Prices. Mutual Tele
The success of Chainherlain's
L'otigh Weinedy in elleotinga speedy
eute of eohls, croup and whooping
cough has lnotight it into gieat de
mand. .Messrs. I'ontius Si Son, of
(Jnuiniou, Ohio, sat thai it has
gained a leputatioii second to none
in thai vicinil.v. .las. .M. Queen, of
Johnston, V. Va,, sa.vs it is the best
he ever used. 1J. F. Jones, druggist,
Winona, Miss., sh! "(Jhainherlain'H
l'otigh Keiuedv is perfectly lelialile,
1 have alvva.vs vtatiauted it and it
never failed lo give the most perfect
satisfaction." fill cent bottles for
sain lo oil dealein. Housou, Hinith
.V To., Ageittn for the Hawaiian
A N'i w 'itlt tviiiiiau whose hiix
b.ncl u is I, .if il bv an explosion of a
fin ctiniitiislier, has been avvaidcd
you waul 1110 to j &u)u dutuiigi).-. ag(ilinl tho niunufao
1 tin era.
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Spectacles I Eye Glasses
TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS
AT CASH I'HICKS -M
Dillli'iilt cases eiiri'fnllv tott-il In
the l'atent Diopric lliumeter. '
Lock & Chain Stitch Combined.
Croquet Sets from $1.50 Up.
To Lot or Loaso.
cil House uc.ir tottu.
Kniiuirc ut IIum.ivtin Ollli c.
lie I Kooium. cen
trally limited. Inquire ut
Buu.KTlt, Oillce. 353-tf
Housi; OX KINAU,
near I'ensaeol.i street.
J.. K. H1..M)K1 ,
(H17-tf H.utniitm Hurdtt.ire Co.'s store.
KV HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Mauurinc
street, ttitb Bathroom, pat
ent W . ('., etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Applt
n (177-tft 1 M VIV.nl
ANIOE tJOTTAGE ON
ISeretania street, near
l'iikoi Htrcct, containing
l'arlor, 'i liedrooms, Ilatb-
rooni, JJiningrooni, rautry ami Kitchen,
Servant's room, ('iirriai;e Hoii"e, btablc, etc.
lniiucais pass every "."U uunutcs. Apnlv at
otlice of tins paper.
cunieil hv Mrs. Flemine.
containim; Two liedrooms.
Parlor, Diuiiigrooiu, Kitiliun ami ll.it li
rooui; also fetahles, Cirriat?p House .md
Scrvunts' Quarters; reasou.ibli! rent. Ap
ply to .1. F. ItOWi.Elt.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
A DIVIDEND OP TWO AND ONE
half Percent on the Stock of the
Mutual Telephone Conip.in.t will he paid
at the Ollicu of tlie Treasurer of the Com
pany on MONDAY, tho Kith inst.
C. O. ItElKIEK,
Honolulu, Jan. 10, lb'il. " i.Jl-.'it
f AWN MOWERS TO LET RY THE
j day, week or iinnth; Repairing,
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Dupliiate
Pieces furnished when reijuired. Machines
called for ami retutned. Also, Repairing
Garden Hodo in fact, can do an thing
iH'ofsHury afound the houso or stable.
Rnig ui.Mutual.Teliphonu Vil.
5l-t(L N. !' HUllO ESS.
flHE INTEREST IN THE TIRM OP.M.
.JL laiillin-fiV. Co. of Mr. I'V-rdinand Schles
I liigur and Mr. hoTouiiin lesser (cases
t III 2.11 y by-lirtiltatton. Tim busbies,, will
be continued as' heretofore lij Mr. Markti
(irceii and Mrs. SiLVah Phillips, mIio nou
constitute jilio sitia firm. Theodore V.
Liuiriiug and Manuie I'liillipi arc each'
authoried to sign ohr. linn name by special
power of iittornev, lr. Lansing acting as
Manager. WPiULLl PS .v l'(). .
Honolulu, H. L, IJucJlSU. lllll-'JCt
Tho World Do ,5ovoi"
JTTAVINO SKt'L'REI) THj; NEW VA-
Jl JL por LTiuucli 'Nellie',s 1 am niepared
to tarry Passt-jjjiyi. all parts of the
Harbor, buperior Aciommoilation, (Juick
Ttme and at no Increase in I'aru, Can be
funnel at the (lovcriiiiicnt Hoat Lauding
vtlnm not engagceh- ""
(lia-lin ' !.. M. JOHNSON.
EDWIN A. JONES
Hits opened an ollicu for transacting all
business in count ction with
Trusts, Purchase and Sale of Bonds,
.-.j Stock and Roal Estato,
And is prepared to Audit Am mint h.
Olllco: No. M Merchant street, ollice latel.t
occupied b. tlin late Joua. Austin.
P. O. llox .Vi.
Pure & Fresh Macliine-made Pol
uiautlticH to suit private familir
Individual consumer-.. . "
THE HAWAIIAN FRUlf & TAR0")
I or. lui 1 lltfilid Alakea -I".
. (I. llox I''.
Jhtily UulUtiii, OU tenia u month,
WONDER OF MODERN TIMES!
PILLS & OINTMENT.
fa m HHTfl
m IH n II ' '1 n J
Eurify the Wood, correct all Disorders of the
Iter, Stomach, Kidnc)s, and Ilottcls. They
invigorate and restore (o health Debilitated
Constitutions, and arc invaluable in nil Com
plaints incidental to Tcmalcs of all ages.
is an infallible remedy for Had Legs, Bad
Ilreasts Old Wounds Soret and Ulcers. For
Sere Throats, llronclutis, Cour1i, Colds,
Clout, Klicuiintisni, Glandular Swellings, and
all bkin Diseases it has no equal.
Manufactured only at Professor I Ioi Low ay's
78, ni:v oxKoun rtuekt, London,
Late 533, Oxfokd Street,
FOR SALE B"Y
HOLLISTEE, &c COv
109 Fort Street, - - - IKonoIul-u, jk. X.
B. F. E!I3:IjEK,S &d cdo.
Attractions in Elegant
Japanese Sill: and Crepes, at very loir prices.
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Work Boxes, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all sold retjardlcss of tost.
H3?3 Ladies' and Jlisses' Tailor-made Jackets, from -f;i up.
Beaded Silk, Black Caprs, at your oiun price.
Fans, Hosiery and Handkcrcltiefs in tjrcal variety.
C Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. JSi
Christmas & New
TXTKXNEU .V CO,
Kare NOVELTIES for the
Rich (lifts for
NOTHING LIKE IT IN TOWN
The Old Stand,
WENNEIt & CO.,
Importing and Manufacturing Jewelers.
Closing Out Sale
Tots, tith or without Michauisin,
Dolls, Plugs, Albums, Satchels,
Purses, Vase, Statues,
llrone Ware, .Mecca Cups,
, (ttai ranted first
Opera and Sp.t (llassii
Minors, I'rames, Ilrackcts,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Pans, (extra line);
Carpets and Rugs, (all sizes);
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Each Piece marked with CASH
mfCOl'NT on Larger Cash Pur
r.VERVIIOHY Invited lo
FORT STREET !
Stofe To Let4
fixtures. For Sale !
OHAS. J. FISHEL,
Cor. 1' oH Ji Hotel at 3,
1 it ij
n i mii I
Goods for the Holidays!
Mules, Horses, Carriage,
To hi sold at Public Auction, at mv iil.ico
at LITTLE RRITAIN, Honolulu,
if not before sold,
On Monday, February 6, 1893,
AT ! O'CLOCK A. M., VIZ.:
40 California Mules
4 and 5
In Lots of Id Each;
40 Leather Head Halters!
4 Saddle Horses,
Anil ns Good as Now ,
1 2-Seated Family Carriage,
With Pole, Shafts, nnd Neck-Yoke,
1 Fine Set Double Harness for same
The abote Pioncrtv can all bu seen
at nu place during 0110 week before Mile,
and Mock must be removed from mv P.11U
dock on d.ij of sale. TERMS CASH.
P. 0. HON Vtl
Can be found, as usual, at bin residence,
Alakea street, next to British Club, or by
message at C. E. Williams' store, l'ort
All work iuurautccil and visited a
second time. Prompt attention to all
orders. Tuned the Piano for concert of
Mii-dii, the celebrated violinist. hOMm
NOTICE IK HEREBY (JIVEN THAT
n copartnership has Iwcii formed.
operative since thoi lid inst., consisting of
1. .thing, .cjiing, ic
Tone' Kco and Lim Knok.
all are residing in Honolulu. Inland of
Oahu, II. L, the nature of the business is
the Hilo bv retail of IJrv Goods mid (irocn.
ries, the linn name is the Aping Company,
I located at No. 85 Nuiianu street, Hono
A PINO COMPANY,
Hy Aping, Manager.
Dated at Honolulu, Jan. 7, 1WM.
It can bu proved
Of any paper