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Egg BY AUTHORITY.
Hor Majesty's Ministers delro to ex
press tholr appreciation lor tho qulot and
order which 1ms prevailed In this commu
nity slneo tho events of Saturday, mnl nrc
authorized to say that the position taken
by Hor Majesty In regard to tho promulga
tion ot a New Constitution, was nndor
stress ot Her natlvo subjects.
Authority is given for tho assuranco that
any changes desired in tho fundamental
law of the land will bo sought only by
methods provided in tho Constitution
Her Majesty's Ministers requests all
citizens to accept tho assuranco of Her
Mr.jcsty in the same spirit in which it 1
" S.Mt!Ft. P.UIKFK,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
" V H. CoHNttFLL,
Minister of Finance.
" John F. Colkcrn,
Minister of the Interior.
" A. F. Pkttuson,
Iolani Palace, January 10, 189J.
It has pleased Her Majesty the Queen
to appoint the following named gentlemen
to be tho members of Her Cabinet:
His Excellency HON. SAMUEL PAR
KER, Minister of Foreign Allairs, vice
Mark P. Robinson, Esq.
His Excellency HON. JOHN F. COL
BURN, Minister of tho Interior, vice
George N. Wilcox, Esq.
His Excellency Col. the HON. Y. H.
CORNWELL, Minister of Finance, vice
P. C. Jones, Esq.
His Excellency HON. A. P. PETER
SON, Attorney-General, vice Cecil Brown,
Iolani Palace, January 13, IS')!.
The follow ing appointments of Clerks in
the Judiciary Department have been
Mr. Henry Smith, Clerk of the Judi
Messrs. r. W. Wurdenberg and George
Lncas, Deputy Clerks of the Judiciary
Department for tho First Circuit.
Mr. Goodale Armstrong, Deputy Clerk
of tho Judiciary Department for the bec
Mr. Daniel Porter, Deputy Clerk of the
Judiciary Department for the Third and
Mr. R. W. T. Purvis, Deputy Clerk of
the Judiciary Department for the Fifth
The Clerk of the Judiciary Department
is clerk ex officio of all the Courts of Record,
and the Deputy Clerks for the First Cir
cuit are also Clerks of the Supreme Court.
Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, Jan. 1(1, lb!).:!.
NOTICE TO VENDEES
Of Goods, Wares and Merchandise.
Notice, is hereby given that all applica
tions for Licenses to Vend Goods, Ware
and Merchandise of Foreign Impoitation
must hereafter be made in writing and
sworn to before some oilieer authorized by
law to administer oaths.
Tho form of application under the Ac:
approved Dec. 19, 1802, must be substan
tially in tne following form, to wit:
To His Excellency
Tho Minister of the Interior,
Tho undersigned respectfully makes
hereby an Application for a
Merchandise Lictnso which expires
1S9.., and on his Oath deposes
and says that the total amount of sales ol
Merchandise for the year ending the date
of expiration of last license, as shown by
Books amounted to
(? ), being an averago
$ per month, and that
place of business is at
, District of
Island of , and that
deals in , and that
domiciled in this King
dom and not Commercial Tra
veller nor Agent of any
Foreign House, as such temporarily in
this Kingdom for tho purpose of soliciting
Sworn to before me this.
, A.D. 1K0 .
When application is made for a License
In tho name of a Firm or Corporation, the
signature must be the name of thu Firm or
Company and that of the olllcer or mem
ber of such Firm or Company duly autho
rized to sign the Firm or Company name.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of thu Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 3, 1893.
Buiikau or Customs, 1
HoAoi.ui.il, Jan. It, 160.1. )
0APT. A. N. TRIPP has thla day been
appointed Port Surveyor for the Portund
Collection District of Honolulu, Oahu, vice
O, L. Crubbe, resigned.
A. H. OLKGHORN,
P. C. Junks,
Minister of Finance,
Will bo received at tho Otllce of tho Road
Supervisor, in tho Knpuaiwa Building,
until THURSDAY, Jan. "lith, at 12 o'clock
noon, for furnishing to tho Honolulu Road
Board at Honolulu, tho following Items of
Tools and Materials ns per schedules here
with for six months from date, viz:
Oos per do,
Oo Handles . . do
Pick do do
Mattock do . do
Wheelbarrows. ,. Iron Tray
do Wood Bolted
do Trajs Wood
Black Blasting Ponder 'J5 lbs. keg
Giant do do fiOlbs. boxes or Kig
Fuse and Giant Powder Caps per box
Lard Oil pur en so
Black Oil perbbl.
Machine Oil per gal. or bbl.
Cylinder Oil do
Rope, Manila per coll
Waste per bale
Nails, Galv., ltd per keg
do 8d do
do lOd do
do I'M do
do 20d do
do r0d,-10d,oudandG0d . do
Spikes, Galv I to 7 in.
Nails, Iron, 00d per keg
do Od do
do 8d do
do KM todOd do
Leather Harness , ..... . . per lb.
do Saddle per lb.
Buckets, Galv., 1'-', II and 1(1 In pur do?
Sperm Oil per gal.
Axlo Urease, Everlasting & Dickson's,
.... . . per case
Carbolincuiu and Fraer's Coil Tar
Horseshoe Null, Putnam, No. 08, No.
2.i ... . ... Ho
Horseshoes, Perkins, No. 100 Bo
Kerosene Oil per case, 10 eases lot
Hunt's Aes, Handled . pel do.
Shovels, Patent, Long Handles do
do Handles, Patent, Long and
Short Handles. ... . . do
Shovels, Putent, Short Handles . do
. . do
per do., prs.
.. .. do
. . .do
. . do .
.. . do
Mattocks, Hunt's . .
Hinges, Galv., 8 to 12 in
do Iron, 12 in
do do 8 in
N. W. Lumber, Timber
Boards .. .
Scantling . ..
1x3, lxl and lx."
R. R. W. Lumber, Timber
It. W. Shingles
Cedar do .. .
Galv. Iron Roofing, 5, 0, 7 and 8
do Ridging .
Oak Plank, 2J to 3 in
2210 lbs. to ton
. per ton
Departure Bay Coal
Felloes Damn Cart Sut s
Spokes ) ..
Bar Iron, Round and Flat, Refined
Portland and German Cement ..per bbl.
Dump Cart Saddles
Horse and Mule Collars
beythes . .
. .per do,
Scythe Handles . . ...
Washers, Ass't Sizes
Carriage Bolts, do
All bids must be endorsed
Tools and Materials, Honolulu Road
All supplies must be delivered within
One Mile of the P. O. free of charge, and
all the above supplies must bo subject to
the Road Supervisor's npprowd.
The Road Board do not bind themselves
to accept the Ion et or any bid.
By order of the Honolulu Road Board.
W. H. CUMM1NGS,
Road Supervisor, Honolulu.
Honolulu, January 12, ltiiM.
In accordance with Section 1 of Chapter
XXVI. of the Laws of lsb'J, all persons
Holding Water Privileges or those paj ing
iVatcr Rates, are heicby notified that the
Water Rates for the term ending June 30,
leiM, will be due and payable at the Ollice
of tho Honolulu Water Works on the 1st
day of January, Ib'JJ.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days aftor they are duu will be sub
ject to an additional 10 percent.
Rates are payable at tho Office of the
Water Works in the Kupuaiwa Building.
JOHN C. WHITK,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I.. Dec. 21, lb')-'.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
pajing Water Rates, are hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for I ruga
Jon purposes are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
Hid 4 to(i o'clock r. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G, N. Wn-tox,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, H. L, Jan, 5, lb'.H.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands imiHt, by law, be rc-rcgls-tored
jrior to July 1, 18')J, or they will be
forfeited, and can theiuafter bu uppio
prluted by any ono.
Registration on Oahu shall bu made at
On tho other Islands It shall bu done at
tho Olllces of thu several Sherills.
O. N. WILCOX,
Minister of thu lnteiloi.
Interior Otllec, Dec. '., 1WU. tnlMf
Thu public are cordially invited to be
present at the Prorogation of thu Legisla
tive Assembly by Her Majesty thu IJucuii,
at 12 o'clock noon, on SATURDAY, thu
11th day of January, 1b!) I. Ushers will bu
in attendance to receive visitors,
(I. N. WILCOX,
MlnUlur of the Inteilor.
Interior Otllce, January Li, IbOJ.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Taxpayers arc hereby notified that on
and after tho llftttnlh daj of this month,
January, ten per cent will bo ndded to all
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector, Honolulu,
P. 0. Jo.ms,
Minister of Finance.
S. N. K. KAKINA, Est)., has this day
been appointed Notary Public for thu
Fifth Judicial Circuit.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the InUrlor.
Interior Olllcc. Jan. 10, 1M)1.
M. II. REFTER, Esq., has this dn been
appointed Notaiy Public of the Second
JOHN V. COLI1U1JN,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllcc, Jan. 1(1, 18')!.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Plcilfjctl to neither Sect uor Party,
lint Kituhlhlinl for the liniefil of All,
-MONDAY, JAN. JO, 18SKJ.
Mr. Daniel Logan, tho editor of
the Bult.ltix, is now confined to his
house I)- an attack of malarial fever.
Fiom present indications he will not
bo able to return to business again
befoio the end of the week.
Mass meetings of citizens will be
held this afternoon both at the
Armory and 1'alace Square. The
smallness and close, relationship, as
it wete, of our island community
make mountains out of niolo-hill.s.
Tho steamer Zambesi, whieh is
opectod to bo tho pioneer ship in
the lino between British Columbia,
Washington and Honolulu, is by
late advices in a better condition
than was expected, and thoro are
hopes that she will bo hero in the
Tho news rocohod by tho Alameda
relatiu) to tho health or Ameiica's
well-known statesman, Hon. James
(Jr. Blaine, is to the oiFect that he
had suffered another serious relapse
and all hopo of recovery was (Jan
uary Dili, 2 a.m.) abandoned. Ha
waii has good reason to evtend her
sympathy to tho American nation,
in its expected loss.
A straw slight as it is, has often
been regarded as capable of indicat
ing tho diiection of the wind. The
following wisp of news from a Japa
nose paper, telling of a new indus
try, which Japanese mei chants liae
found foretells Hawaii's oentual
position as a grand distiibuting
centra for the mid-Pacific:
Hawaii's demand for coal, the
Shogyo says, has ery much increas
ed and her cousumpt ion now is not
less than 2(),(XM) tons a month. This
is supplied from Aniei ica and Aus
tialia, but tho Japane-o propose to
join in the competition. SomeTokio
and Yokohama nioichants contem
plate making dial exports, and in
case of a faorablo reception to legu
larly export to the islands.
Tho following By Authority notice
has just been issued by Her Maj
Hor Majesty's Ministois desire to
oxpiess their appreciation for tho
quiet and older which has prevailed i
in this community since tho ownts I
of Saturday, and aio authoiied to i
s.iy that tho position taken by Her
Majesty in icgard to the promulga
tion of a new Constitution, was
under stres-s of Ilcrnntho subjects.
Authoiity isgixeu for thu assur
anco that any changes desired in
tho fundamental law of tho land will
bo sought only by methods provided
in (ho Constitution itself.
Her Majesty's Ministers request
all citizens to accept the assuiance
of Her Majesty in tho same spii it in
which it is given.
A NEW LAWSUIT ON HAND,
Or, Parody on Ta-Ru-Ra-Boom-DB-Ray.
Jhj Johuion the Shirt JAmii.
Now there is a man with a gieat hg i;all,
If j on look at him he'll commence lo luwl.
Hu had soiuu Shirts and wanted them flstd
Hut without thu money hu could not do
Ho stalled hi and tiled his ueie,
Hut the lool.M of him would not serve.
Uu tried with u lawsuit Imt wlthuut sue-
TImttllttv man will die like the lest,
tiivo mo mj hhutsor in an lioui I'll mho,
It will cuit mo nothing hut hu ileal-foi juu,
Kor I hau u j mil and In jail you'll ko,
And when you aiu thuiu on'll have no
He tried his dirt Kiunohut ll did not work.
Ho got hit in thu neck and n good haul
ilo feuls an mho in a lepei tase,
Hu in mi ashamed to look in our fare.
.MoitM Do others in tlnj will do ,m.
Johnson tho Shiil Maker is at the
coiner of King and Alaliea streets,
whore he makes all kinds of Shirts to
order and guarantees a lit, it don't
cost any more to hae your shiits
made to older than joii pay for your
old Htoie and factory made goods.
Now please bear this in mind mid
gio tin a call. Satisfaction guaiau
Cor. King and Alakea Stn.
A'. II. No Uluffs Itdfii in I'nymrnt
rniii: wKnicijYmTri.mN-w col-
1 uiuiiaof IntcrostiiiK UcadliiK Wattur.
UlumlMti luullvd to furuiKU countrluau.
A Petition to Hor Majesty.
Tho I'alnoo was visited by n largo
gnllioriiif of native pi'oplo and iu
cluding; Nobles and HcpiesentaUvos,
on tho afternoon of Saturday last,
who were present to witness the pre
sentation to llor .Majesty of a peti
tion for a now Constitution. After
homo delay, Her Majestv waited up
on tho people in the Blue Hootn and
addressed thorn as follows:
1'fiiwrx, Xoblri ami lleprrientativrs:
1 ham listened to the thousands
of mv people that have eonio to me,
and 1 am prepaied to grant their
tentiest. '1 lie pic-out Constitution
is lull of defeets, as the ChieC Jus
tice hero will testify, as questions
lefMtdiug it. hae so often come bo
foie him for sell lenient. It is so
faulty that t think a new one should
be ytantod. I hae prepaied one, in
whieh the rights of all have been re
ganled a constitution Milled to the
wishes of the people. 1 was ready
and expected to pioelaim tho now
constitution to-day, as a suitable oc
casion for it, and thus satisfy the
wishes of my dear people. But, with
deep legiot,' 1 say that 1 havo met
with obstacles that prevent it. Ho;
tunitoyour homes peaceably and
quietly and continue, to look towaids
me. and I will look towauls you.
Keep mo oer in your loo. I
must confer with my Cabinet, and
when, after joii leturn home, you
may see it, reecho it ginciously.
ou liae mv loo and with t
1 now dUnii , ,l
a cough medicine for
ivs 11. A. Walker, a pro
of Ogden, Utah,
"necr lie an aid to nuy unauiDor
lain'? Cough Kemedy. Tlieie is no
danger from it and lelieC is always
sine to follow, f paiticulaily 10
comiuend Cliambei Iain's because T
hao found it to be safe and leliable.
It is intended especially foi colds,
cioup and whooping cough." fiO
cent bottles Tor salo by all dealers.
Penson, Sinilh & Co., Agents for tho
6 6 A -s.-, ,--,,, sm.JL
This is the query per
What is petually on your little
boy's lips. And he is
It For? no worse than the big
ger, older, balder-headed
boys. Life is an interrogation
I point. What is it for? we con
I timtally cry fiom the ciadle to the
g:ave. So with this little introduc
j toi y sermon xvctui n nndnsk: "What
' is August Flower rou ?' ' As easily
ausAveicu as asiccu : n is lor Dys
pepsia. It is a special lemedy for
the Stomach and Liver. Nothing
more than this ; but this brimful.
We believe August Flower cures
Dyspepsia. We know it will. We
have reasons &r knowing it. Twenty
I years ago it stai ted in a small country
I town. To-day it has an honored
place in every city and country store,
possesses one of the largest manu
facturing plants in the country and
sells every where." Why is this? The
reason is as simple as a child's
thought. It is honest, does one
thing, and does it right along it
cures Dyspepsia. Q
G. G. GKI.i: Sulc Mnii'fr.Wooilbury.NJ.
riM'KhDAY XldllT, .I.VNUAUY 10, A
1 Cud (use (PotKet Hook), loniaiiiinu;
Mi)iu', ami r.tpets; t lit under will lie in
ulh l'cn.udcd In Ic.miigut thu Hi ill
LOST OR DESTROYED
Cu:i!TincATi:s us. 57 axdwixii:
I 'luii hhtrts in the ISutisli Club.
'1 r.uisfer stoppul. If found lotuin to
i:om:i:r halssim: vn,
rx. fane, t! Itiionis .md
It ttli. Aildiess '.p. O.
llox lis." .JS-h
. l-'OR SALE
Mate and I'Ii.k loll
lieen iliivcu hj .1 I idy , JK?
will lie -old uhe.iii, Ap- 12--plv
"X," 111 III UN .- c-?
ri-Mir.iii: will in: a n;r,n (w
1 tin I '.ii.n 1 1 of I ( ii t ill i:aiiiinuis at
the Ollice of thu liu.uil of Health, SATL'lt
DAY, .Ian lilsr, ai .1. 10 o'clock i". m.
llOH'l. W. AMIUihON,
notici: TO STOCKHOLDERS.
AUIVIHLVI) (r TWO AXI) oxi:
lialf 1'eiiunt tin the Stock of the
.Mutiid leleplimiu 'nn!ptii will lie paid
at Ihe (IMiie nf tlio'Tiiiisiner of thu loin
p.in. on MONDAY, the IMh lust.
0. O, ltLliiil.li,
Iloiioluhi, .tun, 1U, Is'M. liJI-.'it
rpni: inti:i:j:st in ti
Ii: I'lltM OI'M.
i iiliiiaml Sclilts-
X Phillips ,v Co. of Mi.
iliKur and .Mi. sjniomim i.u-scr cea-ts
this das In limilatioii. 'J hu huslucM. will
he continued as lien toftuc h Ml. Mmkn
(iiti'ii mnl Mi-. Ku.ih I'hiilii.-, who now
toiisiitiitu tin said 111 Hi. TJiiodoiti I',
Lilli-iliL' ami Mniiuie Phillips .lie i.u-li
aiithoiitd to -iirn nii Him n.iiiu lis special
of atioinuj, Mr. LuisiiiK aetini; as
m. I'M i i.i.i in , ti,
II I, J)ee. II, U'lJ. (Ill-Jw
A hinall Lot of the Xottd
Niu Lea or Dwarf Coooanut
i veil fiom Samoa,
a lot of
ASSORTED VARIETIES OF UOCOANUTS.
SCf 1 In s( Sets ale (Ulcfulh seltettd
foi iliiiiliiit.' ami an iii,l lx-1 mi i ii; to
npiuul. A plmtiijti.iiili nl the Dwarf Coi oa
nut ma he -i i o at tin sioic of
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO,
Hawaiian Baitore Co., L'J
Saturday, Jan. 1.',, 1S03.
The happenings at the big
house during the past six
months (by happenings we
mean the many changes made
in the Ministers), reminds us of
the two men who were wad
ing the San tee River. There
is a swamp six miles wide on
each side of it, and when the
men had got about half way
through one said to the other,
"Bill, I'm blowed if I don't be
lieve we've struck this ere
river lengthways." If there
happens to be a tourist in the
city who found the climate and
his surroundings sufficiently
agreeable to keep him here
from start to finish of the Leg
islature, he will feel, as did the
individual mentioned above,
that he struck Cabinet form
It's about the same with our
stock of goods, no matter
which way you take it you feel
that you've struck it the long
way it's the biggest in town
and from it the mercantile
business in the other islands
is supplied. And we violate
no confidence when we assert
that about four-fifths of the
individual consumers in Hono
lulu get their supplies for the
house from this same source.
Last week we said a word
or two about plantation sup
plies and mentioned, incident
ally, plows. We are fond of
making statements and doubly
so when we are able to verify
them the next week. Here is
an instance, The person who
doesn't want to hear should
put'dn ear nfu'ffs:
"We are so well pleased
with your 14-inch Hendry
Breaker that we are by this
mail ordering, through our
agents, two more, one 14 inch
and one 16 inch. The piece
I of ground we are using this
one on is full of stone and
soon uses our other plows up,
but yours stands the rough
work well and turns the sod
when the others only "root."
Signed: "H. Lidgati:,
"Manager Hamakua Plan'th.
"January 8, 189.3."
We've told stories of this
character so often during the'
past year, that it is getting to
be as much of'an old friend as
the tale at the head of this
column, but they have an
ama.in' influence on the plow
trade. Nine people out of
ten will accept the assurance
of a person using an article
rather than listen to the man
who is selling the goods.
Realizing this to be a fact we
buy good things and rely upon
their good service to adver
tise for us, as in the case of
the Aermotor and sundry
other specialties which Ave
have put before the public.
The result is that the people
from Niihau to Hawaii sing
the praises for us.
We have a corner on the
best brands of Manila rope.
We sell it lower than any
other good rope can be sold
in Honolulu. Private families
have little use for it, but plan
tations and vessels do. We
can supply them from the
smallest size up to cjinch.
The French rat traps and
bar glassware arrived to day.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Uppodltu bprcukult' lllouk,
For Boys :
For Ladies :
A Full Lino of
r.TC, Ktc, Ktc.
73 I' OUT STItnCT.
Bruco & A. J. Carlwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rrUIAT 1'LHASAXT SUB
JL urh.m Cottaue on Nmv
ami sticct, aclioinini? thu
residence of Mr. Thoniii
Sorcnson, nicely appointed and witliugrcu
nhlo Miiioundiiijc, tuitud to a small family
and within an cnj remove fiom the heat
of thu City. Teinis $1S per month.
rpHAT VLItY HKSllt- A h-1i'--,")
X ahlc Ilesidcncuatprc- rntwfeL
sent occupied by .lames e?aiiiij',vigL
Love ns a homestead, situ- ftliJjLLCTET
ate on King stiect opposite thu resulenco
of Dr. H. 1'. Andrews. Houso contaiiiM
Largo I'.ulor, Dinitig-iooin, 15 LaigolJed
looms, Kitchen, etc. Itoomy Stables and
Servant'" (Juaiten in luar; only 1U min
utPi' walk to thu Tost Ollice. l'o-iscssion
given in Maieh, lvij. WU-tf
Two-sioiy Ilrick lliuldiiur
with Pleasant Hionnds.
formerly thu resident o of thu late 11. J.
Hart, sitnatu on Xuuami Avenue below
School bticct. Teinis easy. (i2,!-tf
XOTL Iteforo seeking or closing bar
gains elsewheie, it will pay jou to scan our
column, and to at once, consult the under
signed at their ollice.
CGF-Wu keep propel ty in first-clas con
dition. Our teims aro moderate and ns
landlords wu will always bo found leason
ablo in our dealings. "
& Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWKIQH'f,
"Caitw right linilding," Merchant stiect.
The following choice bit of word painting
Occun in Hawthorne's Marble Kami:
" Women bo they of what eaithlv rank
tl.m. ,.,n, li,. (..mi. rrtftml ., If 1, l II t f ill ,,"f ni
IHUI ill,.., nunuiui f.i.i.. ...... niu ..iv ...
genius, o"r endowed w ith aw ful beauty, have
nlwns some little handiwoik ready to fill
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle is tamlliar to the lingers of them all.
Aipiecn, no doubt, plies it on occasion; tho
woman poet can use it as adroitly as her
pun; thu woman's ujo, that has discovered
a new star, turns from its glory to send thu
polished little instrument gleaming along
tho hum of her keruhiof, 01 to dam a casual
fray in her dress. And they havo greatly
tho athantage of us in this respect. Thu
slender thrcid of silk or cotton keeps them
united with the small, familiar, gentle in
turestsof life, the continually opeinting in
fluent cs of w hich do so much foi thu health
of the character, ami carry oil' what would
othuiwiMi bu a dangeious accumulation of
morbid .sensibility. A vast deal of human
sympathy runs along this eleutiiu line,
s'tietehing from thu tliiono to tho wiekei
chair of the humblest seamstress, and
keeping high and low in a species of com
munion with their kindred buings."
Housewives, while you ply the needle,
have jou over rellectctl on the vicissitudes
of life? feeu to it that jour husbands pro
vide for the future weltaro of their families
bv at once applving for a 1'olioy in the
L'QUITAlil.i: I'.IFi; ASSUltA.NCi: SO
CIETY of tho United btates. Ko more
suitable gift could be olleied to you.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
Gcneial AgeutB for the Hawaiian Islands,
Dipiltablu Lifu Assuranco Society of the
IY VIRTUE OKA WRIT OF EXECU-
thin issutd out of thu bnpitiinu Court,
on tho llth day of Detembtr, A. D. lh'U,
against A. F. Clonsalvos, defendant, in
favm of J..C. Quintal, plaintill, for tho sum
of $." Iu.;i0, I hae levied upon and shall u
poso for salo at the Police Station, in the
llistiiet of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12
o'clock ot WLD.NKhDAY, the Jflth day of
.Innuarj , A. 1). In'H, to thuhightst bidder,
all the right, title and interi st of tho said
A. !', (loUMiilen. defendant, in and to the
following properU, unless said judgm"iit,
intticst, eo-ts and m, expenses be ire
List (it proper!) for sale:
All of the light, title and interest of A.
K. Consul vus in ucituin house-lots togethef
with the buildings theieon, hltuato on the
west side of Punchbowl stieet, in Hono
lulu, adjoining tho lio.wil School piuiuises,
being piemihCscoveicd bj Apana a of R.
P. do.', L. C. A. 2Jr, to Kuaumono Kitmo
hai, and dul.N coiivued to said A. I' lltm
salves, etcupting thcrefrolii a lot contain
ing .(17 of luiaeroon the noitherly comer
heietofoie dtih convo.ved to Manuel (Va
rolii, subject to a nioitgagoof ifllluu to the
Poitllgucse Benevolent boclety, dated
Maich lh, IMU, iccotdetl In Liber Ul, pagu
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Honolulu. Deo. 27. 1812. (Ill) 4t
Pure & Fresh Machine-made Poi
In ipiautltltis to suit -pihatu fauiillcs or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO,,
Cor. Queen and Alakea tx.
r- P. O.
Boll Tolophono B38,
Dally Jlulklln, CO vtntt a munth,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Spectacles g Eye Glasses
TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS
AT CASH PRICKS
Ctf" Dilllcult cases carefully tested by
tho Patent Dloprlu JJyumuter.
Lock & Chain Stitch Combined.
Croquet Sets from $1.50 Up.
Ktc, Ktc, Etc., Etc.
To Let or Lease.
A NICELY FUHXI.SH
cd Houso near town.
Hmiuiro at llui.i.r.TiN Olllcc.
rpWO NICELY FUR
X nisheJ Rooms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
Bulletin Olllcc 3o3-tf
HOUSE ON KIXAU,
near Pensacola street.
i;. K. 111S.MIU1,
(!07-tf Haw aiian Hardw aro Co.'s store.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Mauazine
street, with Datluoom, pat
ent W. 0., etc. Commands .
one of the linest view s in Honolulu. Apply
to (477-tf) J. Sf. VIVAS.
A NICE COTTAOH ON
Uerttania sticct, near
l'hlvoi street, containing
Parlor, 2 Bedrooms. Bath
room, Dmingrooni, l'antry ami Kitchen,
Servant's room, Carriage House, Stable, etc.
Tr.itnu.iis piss every 'JO minutes. Apjuy at
otlice of this paper." 458-tf
COTTAGE TO LET ON
King Btrcet, lately oc
cupied by Mrs. Fleming,
containim; Two Bedrooms,
I'ailor, Dimngioom, Kitchen nnu Bath
room; also stables, Carriage House and
Servants' Quarters; leasonable rent. Ap
ply to J. F. BOWLER.
LAWN MOWERS TO LET BY THE
day, week or month; Repairing,
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
Pieces furnished w hen required. Machines
called for and returned. Also, Repairing
Gulden Hose in fact, can do anything
necessary mound tho houso or stable.
Ring up Mutual Telephone 152.
581-tf N. F. BURGESS.
UNITED CHINESE SOCIETY.
AT THE REGULAR MEETING OF
the United Chinese Society, hold on
the 3d in st., tho following were declared
duly elected as Ofllcers of the corporation
for tho ensuing jear, vu. :
President Goo Kim,
Vicu-Presldent Wong Kwai,
Secretary Clung On,
Assistant Secietary. ..Lau Chock Sing,
Treasurer Wai Shing,
Assistant Trcasuier Linn Sing.
Honolulu, January 3, 1893.
Information Concerning Coffee
rpiIE BUREAU OF INFORMATION
X having icccived many inquiries us to
uieas and location of land available for
Cofleo Culture, hureby requests that all
persons holding land sultablo for Cofleo
Cultuie which they aru desirous of selling,
leasing or winking on shares, w ill send in
humation concerning thu snuiu to tho
Give 1 Island and Distiict.
3 If for sale, lowest pi ice.
I If for lease, term, rent and anv spe
Ii If on shines, condition.
This Information will bo compiled and
furnished free to anv ono dashing It.
II AW. BUREAU INFORMATION.
L. A. T'H'itsTo.N, Seu'y. 015-lw
"ST. OLAF BRAND"
Superior to Any Other !
This Milk N prepaied In Norway from
(he Pine Unskimmed Milk of Norwegian
Cows, fed on mountain grass, There Is
nouiiug which uuupt the bluest Sugar,
l anil nothing liilcen away fiom It but water,
it iniTuioni posM'sses an uio original pro
pitillesand iiroiua picullarlo Norwegian
For Salo lu Quantities to Suit by
II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.