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"Will bo received (it tho Office of the Road
Supervisor, in tho Knpimiwa Building,
until THURSDAY, Jnn. 20th, nt 12 o'clock
noon, for furnishing to tho Honolulu ltond
Hoard at Honolulu, tho following Items of
Tools and Materials as per schedules here
with for six months from date, viz:
Oos per doz.
Oo Handles do
Pick do do
Mattock do do
Wheelbarrows Iron Tray
. do Wood Itolteil
do Trays Wood
Black Blasting Powder 25 lb, keg
Giant do do . .60 lbs. boxes or keg
Fuse and Giant Towdor Caps .... per box
Lard Oil per cne
Machine Oil per gal. or bbl.
Cylinder Oil do
Itopo, Manila per coll
Waste per bale
Nails, Galv., Gd per keg
do 8d do
do lOd do
do 12d do
do 20d do
do 30d, 40d,. r)0d and dOd do
Spikes, Gnlv 1 to 7 in.
Nails, Iron, GOd per keg
do 6d do
do 8d do
do lOd toUOd do
Leather Harness per lb.
do Saddle . per lb.
Buckets, Gnlv., 12, 11 and 10 in per do.
Sperm Oil per gal.
Axle QrenM), Everlasting & Dickson's,
... per case
Carbolincum and Frazer'.s Coal Tar
Horseshoe Nails, Putnam, No. (iS, No.
Horseshoes, Perkins, No. 100 Box
Kerosene Oil per case, 10 cases lot
Hunt's Axes, Handled. . . per doss.
Shovels, Patent, Long Handles do
do Handles, Patent, I-ong and
Short Handles .. do
Shovels, Patent, Short Handles .. do
Hinges, Galv., 8 to 12 in .,
do Iron, 12 In.
do do 8 in
N. W. Lumber, Timber. .
. . . do
per do, prs.
. . do
It. K. W
1x3, 1x4 and 1x5
. .per M
Lumber, Timber . .
R. W, Shingles
Cedar do ..
Galv. Iron Hoofing, 5, 0,
do IMdging. . .
Oak Plank, 24 to 3 in.. .
Australian Coal ,
. . . per ft.
. . ..do
.2210 lbs. to ton
. . do
.... per ton
Departure Bay Coal. .
, Blacksmith Coal
Hubs ) ...
Felloes Dump Cart Sizes
BpOKes ) . . ...
Bar Iron, Bound and Flat, Itefincd
Portland and German Cement ..per bbl.
Dump Cart Saddles. .....
Horse and Mule Collars.
, per pr.
. . Each
. . .per doz.
Sledge Hammers per lb.
Files Ass't Sires
Lanterns per doz.
Lead per lb.
Washers, Ass't Sizes per pkg.
Screws, do do
Carriage Bolts, do do
All bids must be endorsed "Tenders for
Tools and Materials, Honolulu Itoad
All supplies must be delivered within
One Mile of the P. O. free of charge, and
all the above supplies must be subject to
the Koad Supervisor's approval.
The Itoad Board do not bind themselves
to accept the lowest or any bid.
By order of the Honolulu Itoad Board.
W. H. CUMMINGS,
Road Supervisor, Honolulu.
Honolulu, January 12, 1893.
The public are cordially invited to be
present at the Prorogation of tho Legisla
tive Assembly by Her Majesty the Queen,
at 12 o'clock noon, on SATURDAY, the
14th day of January, 1893. Ufahers will bo
in attendance to receive visitors.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, January 12, 1893.
fi. N. K. KAKINA, Esq., has this day
been appointed Notary Public for the,
Fifth Judicial Circuit.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 10, 1893.
What Would Thoy Do With a Ha
waiian Lottery AgencyP
London, Dec. 22. A decision has
juBt been handed down in the caso
of tho Quoon against Pearson's Week
ly, ono of tho papers conducting a
"misbing word competition, which
was stopped by tho courts because
tho schomo was an infringement of
tho Gaining Act. When tho decision
was mndo, tho proprietors had on
hand tho monoysonlin with guesses
of tuo ono missing word. Tho sum
amounted to 5120,000, and tho ques
tion aroso as to what disposition
should bo mndo of it, Tho addresses
of tho persons who had not guessed
tho proper word had boon dost roved,
go it was impossible to return tho
money, and tho rule of tho Court
prevented its distribution among
tlioso who had guessed tho missing
word. Tho Judges have ordered that
J'tttrson's Weekly pay tho money into
court, and probably it will rovort to
TEE DAM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor ParhJ,
Put Established for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, JAN. 18, 1893.
Tho Advortisor says this morning
if tho Into Cabinet had had tho
pluck to romovo tho Marshal thoy
would bo in to-day. Tho Cabinet
had pluck enough but didn't think
it either necessary or right, but if
thoy had been as unscrupulously un
just and personally partisan as tho
morning sheet, they would probably
have been fired out sooner ovon than
thoj' wore. It is chiotly owing to
their having listened too much to
that journal and its vindictive clique
that they are in the position of be
ing ox-Ministers to-day.
THE NEW MINISTRY.
This afternoon tho Legislature was
informed that it had pleased Her
Majesty to appoint tho following
Hon. Samuel Parker, Minister of
Mr. John F. Colburn, Minister of
" Hon. W. II. Cornwoll, Minister of
Hon. A. P. Peterson, Attorney
General. Tho new Ministry has not an easy
row to hoe, but, on tho othor hand,
it has not a long road to go before
tho session of 1801, when tho finan
cial circumstances of tl.o kingdom,
it is hoped, will have improved, and,
it is further to be desired, tho people
will havo elected a Legislature a lit
tle moro rational in its dealings with
Ministries than tho one now on the
eve of prorogation.
FALL, OF THE MINISTRY.
The present Legislature, whoso
regular session is haitouiiig to a
close, has made a record for voting
out Ministers which, it is to be
hoped, will neither bo inado a stand
ard nor be beaten. Yesterday's up
set was tho fourth of tho session.
To this is to bo added ono recon
struction of Cabinot when Mr. Whit
ing resigned from tho Parker Cabi
net. This record is not to bo com
pared with that of tho session of
18S0, when three different sots of
Ministers mot tho House, because
then tho Ministry lived by tho royal
instead of tho legislativo favor.
The Cabinot change now on is not
a great political event. It is simply
the latest move in a game of tit for
tat, or tho return of tho see-saw
plank to about tho position it was in
at tho opening of tho session. View
ed in a part' light it is only a return
of chickens belonging to certain Re
form politicians to roost on their
owners' fence. These politicians, by
an alliance with tho faction against
whoso ascendancy thoy had allied
thomsolves, at tho genoral election,
on this island with tho National Ro
form party, and with tho assistance
of National Reformers distressed
with ministerial boos in their bon
nets, managed to overthrow the
Parker Ministry., Tho pretext for
this action as it was 011I3 a pretext
was mat tho Ministry had no
policy. As if afraid that it would
havo again to meet tho painful no
ns.ity of voting another Ministry
out on tho same score, tho House
constructed an apology for a finan
cial policy of retrenchment, which it
later took great pains to destroy by
a process of saving at tho spigot
whilo pulling out tho bungholo
Tho next Cabinet to faco tho music
was that headed by Mr. E. C. Mac
farlauo. It had a policy, but now
tho majority, of difloront construc
tion to tho previous ono, did not
want a policy. At least it refused
to hoar tho policy that was almost
ready for presentation. Therefore
tho now opposition had to tako up
now linos. It went partly on a
'great constitutional principle,"
which was that tho majority of the
Legislature should appoint tho Cabi
not, although tho Constitution says
differently, and in spite of tho known
cortaint3 that there was not a major
ity in tho Legislature which as a
homogeneous party could agree on
any Cabinet. For the rest it traded
on tho bald lio thai tho Ministry was
inimical to tho United States and
therefore dangerous, because this
country's supromo hope for botter
ruont of its financial condition lay in
enlarged commercial relations with
tho United States. Out tho Minis
try wont without rhymo or reason.
Then camo tho Cornwoll Cabinet,
which was unceremoniously ousted
on sight, on genoral principles. This
was succeeded, after a long delay, by
tho Cabinot, nominally, of Mr. CI. X.
Wilcox, but actually constructed by
-Mr. Cecil Urown. At tho appear
ance of this Cabinet it pleased the
lieform politicians aforesaid to hold
that it had boon appointed in ac
cordance with tho majority "princi
ple" for which they hud stood.
Their Liberal colleagues in the pre
vious opposition, however, could not
discover whero the "principle" came
iu, and always held thumsolvos in
readiness for an opportunity of as
sorting tho "principle by ejecting
the Cabinet. A first attompt at this
oml failed, but tho second was suc
cessful. Tho partisans of tho throo
Ministries previously dealt roughly
with, aided by tho handful of "prin-eiplo"-voightcd
tho requisito twonty-fivo votes, and
so ends tho G. X. Wilcox Cabinot.
As regards capacity and good
standing, tho Cabinot thus rotirod
was fairly acceptable to tho com
munity. Whoro it was weak was
that it represented only ono clomont
of the majority that had cleared tho
way for its appointment. It was a
straight Reform combination accord
ing to individual antecedents, and
there has novor boon a straight Ro
form majority available to sustain a
Ministry in this Legislature. Tho
so-called "principle" was thoroforo
ignored in tho Cabinet's oxistonco.
In dilToront acts, howovor, tho Cabi
not displayed indepondouco of its
party, thus gaining in sumo quarters
considerable of popularity. Ono
fatal action, early in its career, was
on tho othor hand takon as a straw
to show which way tho wind was
likely to blow after tho legislativo
restraint was removed. This was
tho appointment to tho important
office of Superintendent of Public
Works of a man whoso previous
career in tho seme position was ono
of tho chief grievances against tho
Thurston administration which con
tributed to tho National Reform
landslide on Oahu in 1890. From
this act it was apprehended that
after tho close of tho Legislature
the Ministry, if it survived that
event, would install its own party as
"victors" with freo play among tho
''.spoils.'' There is no doubt that
the. feeling so created had a largo
part to do with the latest overturn.
The lottery question had some
thing to do with tho Ministry's do
feat, but chiefly as a handle by somo
of tho opposition. ' It was available
as a weapon of offonsb owing to tho
facts (1) that tho Ministry mado it a
distinct item of its formally present
ed poliej- to oppose tho lottery, and
(2) that a majority of tho House car
ried tho lottery bill in spite of tho
ministerial policy. It did not ro
quiio superior political craft then,
for tho opponents of tho Govern
ment to appeal to tho lottery against
tho Ministry in order to secure tho
requisito number of votes. Had tho
Ministers, howovor, appealed to tho
llouso on tho lottery issue whenever
its policy was rejected thoroon, tho
case might and probably would havo
been different. The full strength of
tho lottory .support was 23 votes, two
less than required to oust tho Minis
tr3 When tho resolution of want
of confidence was under discussion,
tho lottery question was only
raised incidentally. Opponents of
both tho Ministry and tho lottory
woro not obliged to soo it as tho di
rect issue. Thoy woro no moro re
quired to dofond tho Ministry on
that particular issue, than wore tho
loading spirits in tho assault on any
preceding Cabinot to identify them
selves with tho many absurd sido is
sues raised by their uncongenial as
sociates in tho niovomont. It would
havo beon otherwise if tho Ministry
had accoptod tho passage of tho lot
tory bill as a rejection of thoir poli
03', and challenged a vqto of want of
confidence on that issue then and
thore. Then it would havo been im
possible for any of those who had
voted against tho lottery to
evade the issue. Thoy would in
all honor bo obliged to support
tho Miuistr3' as against tho lottery.
As it is, the retiring Ministry can
not claim tho honor of having sacri
ficed itself in defenso of tho good
name of tho country on tho lottory
question. It lias simply gono down
before a conjunction of factions tho
samo as its predecessors, its own
party having begun tho game or
partisan reprisals which has boon
tho chiof characteristic of this long
est session in tho history of tho Ha
Big Meteor in Mexico.
Cut or Mexico, Dec. 15, 1892.
Tho largest and most remarkable
aerolite over .seen in Mexico has boon
brought to this city from Jiminez,
iu tho State of Chihuahua. The
stono or metal weighs 10,000 pounds
and is owned by Mignol Audisco.
Tho aerolite tell about four months
ago about forty miles from iliminoz.
It struck a dill' in its descent, and
in its course down tho mountain sido
plowed a deep furrow iu tho earth
and rock', revealing a rich vein of
silver. Tho claim was immediutoly
taken by a practical mining man and
is being worked with great profit.
Tho coit of transporting tho aero
lite to this uitj was S'JOO. It has
awakened great interest iu scientific
circles tluoughout tho Republic.
For pains in tho chest thore is
nothing better than a ilannol cloth
saturated with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bound on over the seat of
pain. It will produce a countor irri
tation without blistering, and is not
mi disagreeable as mustard; in fact is
much superior to any plaster on ac
count of its pain-relieving qualities.
If used in time it will prevent pneu
monia. f0 cent bottles for sale by all
dealers. Honsou, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
'pin: wi;i:k ly '"'jTui.ijjti n-w coi-
-1 minis of Interesting Reading Mutter,
UlandMl; mailed to forolun couutrlea,(f5.
Only" Comparative Povorty.
"There is vory litllo gonuino
povorty in America," said Judge A.
W. Wilder, now at tho Lindoll. "Our
povorty i9 rather comparative than
real. Wo havo mon with incomes of
$100,000 a year and moro. Bosido
thoso colossal fortunes tho man who
supports a family on $9 a week ap
pears poor indeed. And yet. a man
may support a family vor3' comfort
ably on $9 a week if ho will sot pro
porly about it. Thoy may havo snug
and choorful rooms, comfortable
clothing and plonty of healthy food.
J.110 groat trouble m this country is
that men acquire luxurious habits
boforo thoy aro able to indulgo thoni.
Tho man who earns but 81.50 n day
must havo his toddy and his cigar;
must patronizo tho barber aud tho
stroot-cars as though ho earned live
times that sum. His wifo aud chil
dren must dross as expensively as
thoso of mon with twico his income,
and tho result is that instead of bo
ing happy and indopondont, ho is
over botweon tho dovil of prido and
tho deep sea of debt. All Americans
expect to bo rich somo daj'; somo
fortunate turn of tho tido is to bring
thoir long-dola3ed ship into port,
and thoy go along living boyond
their moans in anticipation of that
'good time' which is always coming,
but soluom arrives. J. am not theo
rizing; I havo lived on 9 a wook and
supported a family. Wo woro just
as rich, for wo had ovorything wo
actually neodod, and paid cash for
it." St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
An exchange has it fixed up in this
way: A child is born, tho physician
officiating rocoivos his foe; tho editor
writos up tho event and rocoivos 0.
Tho child roaches manhood's ostato
and is married, tho minister officiat
ing rocoivos his foe. Tho editor
writes up another ovout and receives
00. Time passes on; tho undertaker
officiating rocoivos his fee. Tho edi
tor writes up another event and re
" 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
no good. I then used
Relieved In your August Flower
and it was just two
days when I felt great relief. I soon
got 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
effects on the system.
Constipation While I was sick I
f e 1 1 everything it
seemed to me a man could feel. I
was of all men most miserable. I can
say, in conclusion, that I believe
August Flower will cure anyone of
indigestion, if taken
Life oflvllsery with judgment. A.
M. Weed, 229 Belle
fontaine St., Indianapolis, Iud."
rpURSDAY KIOHT, JANUARY 10, A
JL Card Case (Pocket Hook), containing
Monev and Papers; the finder will be liber
ally rewarded by leaving at the IluLi.r.Tix
tano. 2 Rooms mid
Until. Address "P. O.
Jlox 28." fi.'3-lw
A FINE GKNTLU
Mare and Phaeton
been driven by n lady,
will be wold cheap. Ap
ply "X," U1U.1.KTIN
XI iean Loelon of H
onor. meets tuib
(Friday) fiVRNINCl at 7:30 o'clock, at
Harmonv Hull, King street.
JOS. M. OAT,
rpiIKRK WILL lir, A MLTriNO OF
X the Hoard of Dental Examiners at
the Ottice of the Hoard of Health, SATUR
DAY, Jan 21st, at 3 o'clock 1: m.
ROUT. W. ANDLltSON,
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
A DIVIDEND OF TWO AND ONK
half Percent on the Stock of the
Mutual Telephone Company will be paid
at tlio Olllco of tho Treasurer' of tho Com
pany on MONDAY, tjie Ibtli Inst.
C. O. HKRUHR,
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1893. GUI-fit
rpHK MIIMHERS OF KXCWLSIOR
X Lodge No. 1 mid Harmony Induu
No. 3 and Visiting Itrofhers and their
Families, aro respectfully invited to at
tend the Installation of Olllcerrt of Pacilio
Rehekuh LodKo No. 1, I. O. (). V., at K.
celslor Hall, 011 FRIDAY, Jan. lilth, ut
7:Ii0 o'clock r. m.
A Small Lot of tho Noted
Niu Lea or Dwarf Gacoanut
Jimt Heeclved from Bunion, alto
a lot of
ASSORTED VARIETIES OP 0000ANUTS.
tW Tlioe NiitN nro carcfullv K-leeted
for plautlUK and are jtittt hcuhiului; tn
imut. A plmtojjrnph'of tliu Dwarf Coco.i
nut may he hccii at the xtoru of
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., Mi
Saturday, Jan. 7, 1803.
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
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 clinusion
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. 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., Ld
Opposite bpreukeU' lllook,
For Boys :
For Ladies :
Etc., Etc., Etc.
1SL. S. XJBTVT
73 PORT STRKKT.
Bruco & A. J. Oartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
HPHAT PLEASANT SUB
X urban Cottaco on Nuu
ami street, adjoininc; the
residences of Mr. Thomas
Soronson, nicely appointed and with agree
able surroundings, suited to a .small family
and within an easy remove fiom the heat
of tho City. Terms $18 per month.
rpHAT VKRY DESlIt-'
X able Residence at pi e
M'tit occupied by James 1
Love as a homestead, situ- '
ato on King sticet opposite the residence
of Dr. O. P. Andicws. Hnuso contain
Largo Pallor, Dining-ioom, " 1irge Hcd
rooms, Kitchen, etc. Roomy Stables and
Servant's Quarters in tear; onlv 10 min
utes' walk to tho Post Ollice. Possession
given in March, lb!).!. o!)5-tf
Two-story Hriek Building
with PIcnant Grounds.
formerly the lesidence of the late 11. J.
Hart, situate on Niiunnu Avenue below
School street. Terms easv. (!2l-tf
NOTK Bcfoio seeking or closing bar
gains ulscw here, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at once consult tile under
signed nt their ofllce.
jyWe keep property in fiist-class con
dition. Our terms are" moderate and as
landlords wo will always be found reason
able in our dealings.
EST" Apply in each ease to
BRDCE or A. J. CARTYEIGHT,
"Cartwrigbt Building," Merchant street.
The following choice bit of word painting
occurs in Hawthorne's Marble Faun:
" Women be they of what euithlv rank
thoy may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with awful beauty, have
always .some little handiwork ready to (ill
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle 'is familiar to the lingers of them all.
A queen, no doubt, plies it on occasion ; tho
woman poet can use it as adroitly as her
l)on ; tho woman's ejo, that has discovered
a new star, turns from its glory to send tho
polished little instrument gleaming along
the hem of her kerchief, ortodarnaeasuat
fray in her dress. 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 eoutinuullyopeinting in
fluences of which do so inuchforthe health
of tho character, and 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
chair of the humblest seamstress, and
keeping high and low in a species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
Urnrii,l vi.m wliiln Vdti i.lv tin. npnilln
have yon ever reflected on tho vicissitudes
of life? See to it that your husbands pro
vide for tho future welfare of their families
bv at once applviug for a Policy in the
liQUITAULli LIFiJ ASSUKANOi; SO
CIETY of tho United States. No more
suitable gift could be oll'eied to you.
BRDCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
Kquituble Life Assurance Society of tho
BY VIRTUE OP A WRIT OF EXECU
tion issued out of the Supreme Court,
on tho mil day or December, A. I). 1MI,
against A. F. Gonsalves, defendant, in
favor of J. C. Quintal. lilaiutiH'. for the sum
of if.'l iO.30, I have levied upon and shall ex-iio-o
for salo at the Police Station, in the
District of Honolulu, Ilaud of O.ihu, at J
o'clock of WEDNESDAY, the Itfth day of
January, A. D. IMM, to the highest bidiler,
all tho right, title and interest of the said
A. V. (lousalvcH, defendant, iu and to the
following property, unless said judgment,
interest, costs nnd my espouses be pio
List of property for sale:
Allot the right, title and Interest of A.
F. Clonsnlvos in certain house-lots together
with the buildings thereon, situate on the
west sido of Punchbowl street, in Hono
lulu, adjoining the Royal School premises,
being premises covered bv ApauaHof It.
P. iaj.', L. ('. A. '-'.'85, to Kuaumono Kamo
hui, and duly convoyed to said A. F. (lou
sulves, excepting therefrom u lot contain
ing .07 of an acre ou. the northerly coiner
heretofore duly conveyed to .Manuel Cor
rcia, subject to a mortgago of f (.'.onto the
Portuguese Henevuleiit hocictj, dated
Match 1H, 1KU, recorded in Llbei l.'ll, page
Oil AS. 11. WILSON,
Honolulu. Dee. 27. 1802. I!i 4t
f Pure & Fresh Macliine-made Poi
In ipiantltles to Milt piivate families or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO,,
Cor. ijiiecii and Alnkea Ms.
Daily Jlullettn, CO cents a month,
Wilder's Steamship Co.
W. 0. Wilder, Pre. S. B. Rose, Sec.
Oai-t. J. A. Kino, Port Sunt.
Will leavo Honolulu at 2 i m., touching nt
Lnhaina, Mnnlaea Bay and Makcna tho
same day; Mnhukona, Kawailmoand Lnu
pahoohoo tho following dav, arriving nt
llilo at mlrtnlirht.
Friday Jan. 13
Tuesday Jan. 21
Fridav Feb. 3
Tuesday Feb. 14
Friday Feb. 21
Tuesday Mar. 7
Friday Mar. 17
Returning leaves Hllo, touching at Lau
pahoehoc same day; Kawallmo a. m. J Mn
hukona 10 a. M.; Makcna -1 r. m.j Maalaen
Hay 0 r. m.; Luhniim 8 r. m. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu 0 a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
ARRIVKS AT HONOLULU:
Saturday Jan. 21
Wednosdny Feb. 1
Saturday Feb. 11
Wednesdny Fob. 22
Saturday Mar. 4
Wednesday Mar. 15
Saturday. Mar. 25 .
CBf No Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesdav at 5
r. m., touching at Kahului, Huclo, liana,
Hamoa and Kipalinlu.
Returning will arrive at Honolulu every
Ef No Freight will bo received after
1 r. m. on Uay of sailing.
Consignees must bo nt tho landings to
receive their Freight, as -wo will not uold
ourselves rcsponslblo after such Freight
has been landed.
While tho Company will use duo dili
gence in handling Live Stock, we decline
to assume any responsibility in case of tho
loss of samo.
Tho Company will not ho rcsponslblo for
Money or Jewelry unless placeu in the care
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco :
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
lie due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auck
land on or about
And will leave for the above port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that date.
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco,
on or about
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above ports.
The undersigned are now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
pgp- For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
Wffi. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Pacmc Mail S.S. Go.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to tho above
poits on or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" Feb. 120, 1893
Stmr. "Gaolie" April 11, 1803
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to tho above port on
or about the following dates:
Stmr. "Belgio" Feb. 8, 1893
Stmr. "City of Peking". .March 31. 18!)3
Stmr. "Oceanic" May 7, 1893
Hound Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350.
fiJ For Freight and Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
207 tt Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
fiom S. F.
or S. F.
Apr. 11) Apr. WJ
From San Franeitco
From Sydney for
ALAMRDA, Jan. 13 I MARIPOSA, Jan 12
MAUIPOSA, Feb. 10 MONOWA1, Feb. 1)
MONOWAI, Mar. 10 ALAMEDA, Mar. I
ALAMEDA, A,.ril 7 MARIPOSA. April
MARIPOSA, May 0
MONOWAI, May 4
A SHIPMKNT OF
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
- roit h.vi.i: nv -.
THEO. H, DAVIES & CO.