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OAID RAILWAY MIDLAND GO.
FROM AND AFTER OCTOHER 1. 1892.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
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Arrive Honolulu.. 8 ; 11:55 4:55 !:00t
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Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18, 1893.
HUE .A.IR. I ISTE JSTEJWS.
Tuesiiay, Jan. Hi.
Haw bgt Douglas, Held, 22 days from San
Stmr V U Hall from Hawaii and Maui
Schr Ka Moi from Koholalclu
Wkhsr-hvy, .Ian. 17.
Stmr James Makcc from Kauai
Wkdnksdw. Jan. 1".
Am 4-mstd sclir Transit, .Torgcn.-en, for
Haw brig Douglas, Ucid, for Fanning-! Isl
ands Br bk Velocity, Martin, for Hongkong
Stmr Claudinc, Davis, for San Francisco "
Stmr Lehua for Hamakua
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p in
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Stmr Kilauca Hou for Hamakua
Stmr I'clo for Nawiliwili
Schr Kawailani for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr V Q Hall 2817 bags sugar, (II bag
coll'ce, I'M bags awa, 30 bdls hides, 2
bdls goat skins, :"0 head cattle, 12 bbls
poi, 75 pkgs sundries.
Schr Ka Moi 2000 bags sugar.
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr W Q
, Jan. 17 lit liuv Bishop of Honolulu,
Col 8 Norris, E H Dailev, Chas T Wilder,
Mrs H C Brown, S Faron, Mrs W J Yates,
Mrs Kalama, Mrs Emalia, Mrs Keawea
mahi, Masters Scarle (2) Chinese and 00
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H I J M S Kongo from San Francisco, due
'S S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
ciico, due Jan 25
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Daliel, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 5
Am4-mstd schr W F Witzeman from New
castle, N B W
Ani 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, lVnhallow,
from Newcastle, N S W
Ani4mstd schr Puritan, from Newcastle,
N S W
Qer bark H Haekfeld from Liverpool, now
Haw bk Lady Lampsou from Newcastle,
Haw bk Lcalit, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco, duo Jan 30
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Am ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
Am bktne Hilo, from Newcastle, N S W
Am bktne J Smith from Newcastle, N S W
Am bk Kclipse from Nanaimo
Br bk Tacora from Liverpool, due Jan 30
Vessels in Port.
USS Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
Am hclir Robt Lowers, Goodman, from
Am bkt Irmgard, Schmidt, from New
castle, N S Y
Am bkt Planter, Dow, from Port Town
send Am bk Sonoma, Anderson, from San Fran
cisco Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, from San
Brigt W G Irwin, McCuIloch, from San
Haw Bk Manna Ala, Smith, from New
castle, N S W
Schr Scottish Wizard, from Newcastle,
N S W
The barkentine Planter is discharging
lumber at the new Fort street wharf.
The British bark Scottish Wizard from
Newcastle, N. S. W., Is discharging her
cargo at the O. Ji. & L. Co.
Tlio schooner Transit left for San Fran
cisco this morning with a cargo of 15,001
bags of sugar, weighing 1,048,515 pounds,
and valued at $10,537.53. C. Brewer Sc Co.
were the heaviest shippers.
Tlio success of Chamberlain's
Cough Iiomody in ofloetiny a speedy
euro of colds, croup and whooping
cough has brought it into groat do
niand. Messrs. Pontius & Son, of
Cninoron, Ohio, say that it litis
gained n reputation second to none
in that vicinity. .las. M. Queen, of
Jolinston, Y. Va., says it is tho host
Jio over used. Ji, F. .onus, druggist,
Winona, Miss., says: "(JJinniborJain's
Cough Koinody is perfectly reliable,
I havo always warranted it and it
never failed to givo tho most perfect
satisfaction." fit) cent bottles for
solo by all dealers, iiensou, Smith
& Co., A gouts for tho Hawaiian
CO cent) a month,
I.OOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hoad, 8 p. in. Woathor,
clear; wind, fresh oast.
All tho saloons, including tho
wholosalo liquor stores havo boon
Tho S. S. Australia is expected to
leavo San Francisco to-day for Ho
nolulu. Martial law was declared by tho
Provisional Government yostordaj
Tho doparluro of all tho island
stoamors was postponed from yester
day until to-dn3.
Two oases of drunkenness wero
fined $5 and SI costs each in tho
District Court this morning.
Tho steamer Clnudino will leavo
for San Francisco this ovoning. Sho
will take a mail closing at 8 o'clock.
Tho firo laddies were on duty
again last ovoning. Tho chomical
ongino was taken out on tho Plains.
Jas. G. Carnoy has come back
from tho Coast to accept tho situa
tion of master mechanic of tho Ka
Tho Hoval standard which has
boon iloatittg ovor tho Palace has
boon hauled down, and tho Queen
has rotired to hor Waikiki rosidonce.
J. H. Sopor has succeeded Marshal
Wilson, and S. F. Chillingsworth
Deputy-Marshal Mohrten. They aro
appointed by the now Government.
A company of bluo-jackots from
tho TJ. S. S. Boston wero drilling
this afternoon beneath that monu
mental mistake, tho unfinished now
Leialoha, tho native policeman
who was shot yesterday 03 John
Good is resting comfortably at tho
Qucon's Hospital, and pronounced
out of danger. Tho ball entered his
The steamor W. G. Hall reports
that a telephonic mossago had boon
received at Kau from Hilo stating
that tho Costa murder trial had been
completed and tho jury had acquit
Tho steamer Likoliko will tako tho
steamer Claudino's route to Maui,
during tho lattor's absonco. Tho
Likoliko will bo hauled on tho Ma
rino Railway to-morrow for slight
repairs and cleaning.
Opium was sold on board tho
bark Velocity this afternoon at S10
a pound. Acting Port Survo3or
Crowder disposed of a goodly quan
tity, and the Chinese passengers
will no doubt hit it early and often
on the passage.
Captain Win. Davies, of tho Clau
dino, has taken tho position of
Superintendent of tho Wilder's
Steamship Co., vico Captain J. A.
King, resigned. Captain McCauloy
of the Makoo will assume command
of tho Claudino.
The bark Velocity for China sailed
this afternoon and took as passengers
1JJ". CLinooo, including a few WOlllOll
and children. Sho also carried a
miscellaneous cargo of broken bot
tles, horse - shoes, brass, iron, load
and other articles, valued at $942.20.
The brig Geo. H. Douglas from
San Francisco is lying outside tho
harbor. Tho Douglas called in here
for tho Greig brothers who are re
turning to Fannings Island. She
has a cargo of general merchandise
and will proceed direct to Sydney,
and from thoro to Fannings Island.
A Chinaman giving tho name of
Ah Chong, although it is not his
right name, was arrested at G o'clock
yesterday evening for assaulting a
fellow countryman with an iron cano
painted to resemble a bamboo cane.
Tho man was badly cut ovor tho
head and was t alien homo by his
friends. Ah Chong's trial has been
sot for Saturd.-vy.
Tho seven natives reported yester
day as having been arrested" on a
charge of malicious burning in tho
third degree in setting firo to tho
arbor in Emma Square pleaded not
guilty in tho District Court this
morning. Deputy-Marshal S. F.
Chillingsworth and deputy Mehr
ton represented tho prosecution.
Tho case was postponed bj request
until to-morrow. Bail iixed at $100.
Tho brig Lurlino arrived at San
Francisco on tho 3d inst. aud re
ported tho drowning of John John
son, a sailor, whilo at Hilo. Ho fell
overboard whilo assisting to launch
a boat, and, although several ropes
wore quickly thrown ovor tho side,
the unfortunate man sank aud was
drowned before his shipmates' eyes.
Johnson wns a native of Sweden,
about twenty-five years of ago and
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy
street for salo.
has lots on Liliha
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
Dr. McLennan, Jill Fort street,
above Hotel, Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
Tho Honolulu Dairy havo put in a
Creamery will deliver fresh cream
morning or afternoon to suit cus
tomers. Mechanics' Home, 51) and 01 Hotol
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and uOc. a night j $1
aud $1.25 a week.
For pains in tho chest thoro is
nothing butter than a flannel cloth
saturated with Chamborlain'h Pain
Balm aud bound on ovor tho seat of
pain, It will produce a counter irri
tation without blistering, and is not
so disagreeable as mustard; in fact is
much superior to any plaster on ac
count of its paiu-ro!ioving qualities.
If used in time it will prevent pneu
monia. 50 cent bottles for salo by all
doalors. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
A PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT.
Prosidont Dolo and Associates As
sumo tho Loadorohlp.
Tho Commit too of Public Safety,
of which montion was made on
Monday, presented, as the result of
thoir labors, tho following procla
mation, yesterday afternoon. Tho
documents in their ontiroty aro con
nected with tho formation of a Pro
visional Government which is now
by reason of recognition by tho
United States Minister Resident
practically in control. Tho Minis
tors gavo up their control and Mar
shal Wilson turned ovor tho Police
Station and his authority without
the slightest friction between him
and his successor.
In its oarlior history Hawaii pos
sessed a Constitutional Government
honestly aud economically adminis
tered in tho public interest.
Tho Crown called to its assistance
as advisors able, honest and conser
vative men whoso integrity was un
questioned oven by their political
The stability of tho Government
was assured; armed resistanco and
revolution unthought of; popular
rights wero rospoctod, and tho privi
leges of tho subjects from time to
timo increased and tho prerogatives
of tho Sovereign diminished by the
voluutary acts of tho successive
With very fow exceptions this
state of affairs continuod until tho
expiration of tho first fow 3ears of
tno reign ol iiis late Maiesty Aala
kaua. At this timo a change was
discornable in tho spirit animating
tho chiof Jiixocutivo and in the uillu
oncos surrounding the Throne. A
steadily increasing disposition was
manifested on tho part of tho King
to oxtond tho royal prerogatives; to
favor advonturors and persons of no
character or standing in tho com
munity; to encroach upon the rights
and privileges of tho people by
steadily increasing corruption of
electors, and by moans of the power
and iniluonco of oflico-holtlors and
other corrupt means to illegitimately
iniluonco tho elections, resulting in
the final absoluto control of not
only the executive and legislative,
but, to a cortain extent, tho judicial
departments of tho government in
tho interest of absolutism.
This finally resulted in the revul
sion of fooling and popular uprising
of 1887, which wrested from tho
King a largo portion of his ill-gotton
Tho leaders of this movement wero
not seeking personal aggrandize
ment, political power or tho sup
pression oi tho native government.
If this had been their object it could
easily have beon accomplished, for
they had tho absoluto control ol the
Their object was to securo respon
sible government through a repre
sentative Cabinet, supported by and
responsible to tho people's elected
representatives. A clause to this
effect was inserted in tho Constitu
tion and subsequently enacted by
law by tho Legislatures, specifically
covering the ground that, in all mat
ters concerning tho Stato tho Sover
eign was to act by and with tho
advice of tho Cabinet, and only by
and with such advice.
Tho King willingly agroed to such
proposition, oxpressed regret for tho
past, and volunteered promises for
Almost from tho date of such
agreement and promises, up to the
time of his death, tho history of tho
Government has been a continual
struggle between tho King on tho
ono hand and tho Cabinet and tlio
Legislature on tho other, tho forinor
constantly endeavoring by ovor3
available form of iniluonco and eva
sion to ignore his promises and agree
ments and regain his lost powors.
This conflict upon several occa
sions came to a crisis, followed each
time by submission on tho part of
His Majesty by renowed expressions
of regret and promises to abide by
the constitutional and logal restric
tions in tho future. In each in
stance such proiniso was kept until
a further opportunity presented it
self, when the conflict was renowed
in defiance and regardless of all pre
Upon tho accession of Hor Majesty
Liliuokalam, for a brief period tho
hope prevailed that a now policy
would bo adopted. This hope was
soon blasted by hor immediately en
tering into conflict with tho exist
ing Cabinet, who held oflico with a
largo majority of tho Legislature,
resulting in tho triumph of tho
Quooii and tho removal of tho Cabi
net. Tho appointment of a now
Cabinet subservient to her wishes
and their continuance in oflico until
a recent dato gavo no opportunity
for further indication of the policy
which would bo pursued by Hor Ma
jesty until tho opening of tho Legis
lature in May of 18i)2.
Tho recent history of that session
has shown a stubborn determination
on tho part of Hor Majesty to follow
the tactics of hor lato brother, and
in all possible waj's to securo an ex
tension of tho royal prerogatives
and an abridgment of popular rights.
During tho lnttor part of tho ses
sion, the Legislature was roploto
with corruption; bribery and other
illegitimate influences wero openly
utilized to securo the desired owl,
resulting in tho final complete over
throw of all opposition aud the in
auguration of a Cabinet arbitrarily
Bolocted by Hor Majesty in complete
defiance of constitutional principles
and popular representation,
Notwithstanding such result the
defeated party peacefully submitted
to tlio situation.
Not content with her victory, Her
Majesty proceeded on the last day
of the session to arbitrarily arrogate
to herself tho right to promulgate a
new Constitution, which proposed
among other things to disfranchise
ovor ono-fouith of tho voters awl
the owners of nine-tent li of the pri
vate property of the Kingdom, to
abolish the elected upper JIoiimi of
the Legislature awl to substitute in
place thereof an appointive ouo to
bo appointed by tho Hovoroigii.
Tho detailed history of this at
tompt aud tho succeeding ovonts in
connection thorowith is givou in tho
report of tho Committee of Public
Safety to the citizons of Honolulu
nnd tlio Resolution adopted at tho
Mass Mooting hold on tho lGth inst.,
tho correctness of which roport and
tho propriety of which resolution is
horeliy spooifically aflirmod.
Tho constitutional evolution indi
cated has slowly aud steadily, though
reluctantly, and regretfully, con
vinced an overwhelming majority of
tho conservative and responsible
mombors of tho community that in
dependent, constitutional, represen
tative and responsible government,
ablo to protoct itself from revolu
tionary uprisings and royal aggres
sion is no longer possiblo in Hawaii
under tho oxisting systom of Govoni
mont. Fivo uprisings or conspiracies
against tho Government havo occur
red within fivo years and sovon
months. It is firmly boliovod that
tho culminating revolutionary at
tempt of last Saturday will, unloss
radical measures aro takon, wreck
our already dauingod credit abroad
and procipitato to final ruin our al
ready overstrained financial condi
tion; and tho guarantees of protec
tion to life, libortv and proportv will
stondib decroaso and tho political
situation rapidly grow worse.
In the hone, and also in tho firm
boliof that tlio action hereby takon
is, and will bo for tho host porsonal,
political and property intorosts of
over' citizon of tho land.
Wo, citizons and residents of tho
Hawaiian Islands, organized and
acting for tho public safety and tho
common good, hereby proclaim as
1. Tho Hawaiian Monarchical sys
tom of Government is hereby abro
gated. 2. A Provisional Government for
tho control aud management of pub
lic affairs and tho protection of tho
public peace is horoby established,
to exist until terms of union with
tho United States of Amorica havo
beon negotiated aud agreed upon.
.'J. Such Provisional Government
shall consist of an Exocutivo Coun
cil of Four Members, who are horoby
declared to be
S. B. Dole,
J. A. Kino,
P. C. Jones,
W. O. Smith.
Who shall administer tho Exocu
tivo Departments of tho Govern
ment, tho first named acting as Prosi
dont and Chairman of such Council
and administering tho Department
of Foreign Affairs, and tho othors
severally administering tho Depart
ment of Interior, Finance and At-tomoy-Gonoral,
respectively, in tho
order in which enumerated, accord
ing to existing Hawaiian Law as far
as m;ry bo consistent with tho Pro
clamation; and also of an Advisory
Council which shall consist of four
teen mombors who aro horoby de
clared to bo
S. M. Damon. A. Brown,
L. A. Thurston, J. F. Morgan,
J. Emmei.utii, H. Wateriiouse,
J. A. JMcCandless, E. D. Tenney,
F. W. McCllESNEY, F. WlLHELM,
W. R. Castle, W. G. Ashley,
W. C. Wilder, C. Bolte,
Such Advisory Council shall also
havo general legislative siuthoritj.
Such Executivo and Advisory
Council shall, acting joiutly, havo
power to romovo any member of
either Council and to fill such or
any other vacancy.
4. All officers under tho oxisting
Government aro hereby requested to
continue to exorcise thoir functions
and perform tho duties of their res
pective offices, with tho oxcoptions
of the following named persons:
Charles B. Wilson, Marshal,
Samuel Parker, Minister of For
W. H. Cornwell, Minister of Fin
ance, John F. Colburn, Minister of tho
Arthur P. Peterson, Attornoy
Gonoral, who aro horoby removed from otfico.
5; All Hawaiian Laws and Consti
tutional principles not inconsistent
herewith shall continue in force
until furthor order of tho Executivo
and Advisory Councils.
Henry E. CoorER, J. A. McCandless,
Andrew Brown, Theodore F. Lan-
John Emmelutii, C. Bolte,
Ed. Suhr, Henry Wateriiouse,
W. C. Wilder, F. W. McChesnev,
Wir. O. Smith.
Armed volunteers arrived from
tho Berotania stroet Armory to ro
inforco tho force already at tho Gov
ernment building, and wore posted
ovor the yard. Tho yard was crowd
ed with peoplo and no effort was
made to put thorn out.
Tho following orders wore then
promptly issued by tho Provisional
Honolulu, Ii. I., Jan. 17, 18!)3.
OF THE HAWAIIAN
Order No. 1.
All persons favorable to tho Pro
visional Government of tho Hawai
ian Islands aro hereby requested to
forthwith roport to tho Government
nt tlio Govornmout Building and to
furnish the Government such arms
aud ammunition as they may have
in thoir possession or control, ns
f-oon as possible, in order that effi
cient aud complete protection of
lifu and property and tho public
peace may immediately and effici
ently be put into operation.
Santohu B. Dole,
J. A. Kino,
J. C. Jones,
William O. Smith,
Executive Council of the Provi
sional Government of the Hawaiian
James F. Morgan,
S. M. Damon,
W. G. Ashley,
E. D. Tenney,
F. W. McChesney,
W. C. WiLDEn,
J. A. McOandless,
W. R. Castle,
Lorrin A. Thurston,
F. J Wilhelm,
Advisory Council of tho Provision
al Government of tho Hawaiian
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 17, 1893.
OF THE HAWAIIAN
Order No. 2
It is horoby ordored and decreed
that until furthor ordered, tho right
of tho writ of haboas corpus is horo
bj suspondod, and martial law is
hereby declared to exist throughout
tho Island of Oahu.
Sanford B. Dole,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
J. A. King,
Ministor of the Interior.
P. C. Jones,
Ministor of Finance
William O. Smith.
Exocutivo Council of tho Provi
sional Government of tho Hawaiian
Hor Majesty's Ministors wore sum
moned bj' tho Provisional Govorn
mout to tho Govornmout building,
and a formal demand was made
upon them for possession of tho
Polico Station. Thoy asked for
furthor timo. Lato in tho afternoon
tho now Ministry and others wont
into tho JL'alaco to hold a coiuoronco
with tho Queon. Hor Majesty' re
fused to recognizo tho Provisional
Government and rejected all its
proposals. Finally a compromise
was arrived at and Hor Majesty
ontoroa tno iouowing protest:
I, Liliuokalam, by the Graco of
God and under the Constitution of
tho Hawaiian Kingdom, Queen, do
horoby solemnly protest against any
aud all acts done against mysolf and
tho Constitutional Govornmout of
tho Hawaiian Kingdom l3 certain
persons claiming to havo established
a Provisional Government of and
for this Kingdom.
That I yiold to tho superior force
of tho United States of America
whoso Ministor Plenipotentiary, His
Excolloncy John L. Stovons, has
caused United States troops to bo
landed at Honolulu and declared
that ho would support tho said Pro
Now to avoid aii3 collision of
armed forces, and perhaps tho loss
of life, I do under this protest and
impelled b3 said forco 3'iold 1113 au
thority until such time as the Gov
ernment of tho United Statos shall
upon tho facts being presented to it
undo tho action of its representative
and reinstate mo in the authority
which I claim as tho Constitutional
Sovoreign of tho Hawaiian Islands.
Done at Honolulu, this 17th day
of January, A. D. 1803.
(Signed) LIL1UOKALANI, R.
(Signed) Samuel Parker,
Ministor of Foreign Affairs.
(Signed) Wm. H. Cornwell,
Ministor of Finance.
(Signed) Jno. F. Coldurn,
Ministor of the Interior.
(Signed) A. P. Peterson,
To S. B. Dole, Esq., and othors com
posing tho Provisional Govern
ment of tho Hawaiian Islands.
Received b3 tho hands of tho lato
Cabinet this 17th daj' of Januarr, A.
(Signed) Sanford B. Dole,
Chairman of Executivo Council of
Tho following answer to the re
quest for recognition was received
from His Excellency John L. Sto
vons: A Provisional Govornmout having
beon duly constituted in tho place
of tho recent Government of Queon
Liliuokalaui, nnd said Provisional
Government boing in full possession
of tho Government building, tho
Archives and tho Treasury and in
control of tho Hawaiian Islands, 1
horoby recognize such Provisional
Government as tho do facto Govern
ment of tho Hawaiian Islands.
John L. Stevens,
Envoy Extraordinar and Ministor
Plenipotentiary of tho United
"For tho past two or three 3'oars 1
havo beon subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," sa3's Mr. W. A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
Boouvillo, Dallas Co., Iowa. "I havo
tried a number of different remedies;
tho best ono being Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy. Ono or two doses of it alwaj's
euros mo." Sold b3' all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
Pure & Fresh Machine-made Poi
In ijuantities to suit private families or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.,
Cor. Queen ami Alakeu sth,
V. V. WILSON.
W P. O, Hox 111, .M imager.
"B611 Telophono 638,
nUlied Ituomx. cen
trally located. Imiulru at
Uuli.ktiu OfJlce. aw-tf
Mr. Lorenzo F. Sleeper is very
well known to the citizens of Apple
ton, Me., nnd neighborhood. Ho
saj's: " Eight years ago I was taken
" sick, and suffered as no one but a
" dyspeptic can. I then began tak-
iug Aui'ust Flower. At that time
"I was u great sufferer. Every
" thine; I ale distressed me so that I
"had to throw it up. Then in a
" few moments that horrid distress
" would come on and I would have
"to eat and suffer
"again. I took a
"little of your med
"iciuc, and feltinuch
"better, nnd after
" takinga little more
"August Flower my
" Dyspepsia disap
peared, aud since that time I
have never had the first sign of it.
"lean eat anything without the
" least fear of distress I wisu all
" that are afflicted with that terrible
"disease or the troubles caused by
"it would try August Flower, as I
" am satisfied there is uo medicine
"equal to it." 0
ri-MJKSDAY NiailT-, JANUARY 10. A
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allv rewarded by leaving at tho Uui.lktin
LOST OR DESTROYED
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A MEDIUM SIZED,
Hmn A tmlv fn
M. W. McCllESNEY ,t SONS.
rr-HEKH WILL HE A MEETINd OF
X the Hoard of Dental Examiners at
tho Ollico of tho Hoard of Health, SATUR
DAY, Jan lilht, nt.'S-SO o'clock r. m.
RORT. W. ANDEKSON,
A DIVIDEND (NO. flj OF SEVEN PER
Cent, has been declared and is paya
ble forthwith at tlio ollice of the Hawaiian
Hell Telephone Company.
J. F. HROWN,
Januarv 1(1, 1893. 05-lw
T AWN MOWEUS TO LET HY THE
-i day, week or month; Repairing,
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
Pieces furnished when required. Machines
called for and returned. Al&o, Repairing
Garden Hose in fact, can do anything
necessary around tho house or stable.
King up Mutual Telephono 10'J.
fiSI-tf N. F. HURGESS.
Hy A. M. HETTEN'COURP,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dealer in Horses,
corner "Heretania and Punchbowl sts
& Mutual Mcleplionc 377.
Honolulu Carriage Co.
ROTH TEL. No. .m
Stand: Corner Fort & Merchant Sis.
Hacks can bo had at any hour of the day
up to la o'clock at night, on terms
to suit the times.
Hacks Nos. 33, 45, 62, 63, 6770, 73, 97196
Onion Gas Engine llo.
(Incorporated May 1(1, 180-.'.)
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
Regan Vapor Engines
PACIFIC G-AS ENGINES.
Horizontal it Upright,
Stationary it Marine,
(ias it Uasolino Engines,
Pumps it Launches.
BIS-tf Solo Agent for Hawaiian Isinnds.
The following choice hit of word painting
occurs in Hawthorne's Marble Faun;
" Women bo thoy of what earthly rank
they may, however gifted with intellect or
geniii!, or endowed with awful beauty, have
always sumo Little handiwork ready to till
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle is familiar to the lingers of them all,
Aipiceu, uo doubt, plies it on occasion; tlio
woman poet can use it as adioltlv as her
pen; the woman's eye, that has discovered
a now star, turns from its glory to send the
polished little instrument gleaming along
the hem of her kerchief, or to dam a casual
frav in her dress. Anil thev have ureatlv
tho advantage of us iu this respect. The
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united with the small, familiar, gentle in
terest h of life, tint coiitliiuallynperatiiig in
Ihieilles of which do so much for the health
of the character, nuil carry oil' what would
otherwise l a dangerous at'cuiiiiilatlou of
morbid sensibility. A vast deal of human
sympathy runs along this electric line,
stietching fioni tho throne to the wicker
chair of the humblest seamstress, and
keeping high and low In n species of com
munion with their kindred beings,"
Housewives, while you ply the nccille,
havo jou over rellecled on the vicissitudes
of life? Sec to ll Unit vour husbands pro
vide for I ho future welfare of their families
hy at once motiving for n Pollov in the
KqiMTAllLli LIKE AhHUUA.NVlJ SO
CIETV of the United States. No more
suitable gift could lie ollcrcd to you,
BMJUK & A, J, (JARTWIUaUT,
(icucral Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
Kqilltahtu Lifu Absuraucu Society of tiiu
Christinas & New
TTtTKNNKlt CO. Gold Watchos.
Jt!i Raro NOVELTIES for tho
Our SOUVENIR E
J. Rich Gifts for
CHRISTMAS JEWELRY. &
NOTHING LIKE IT IN TOWN. O
The Old Stand,
WENNER & CO.,
Importing and Manufacturing Jowelors.
Closing Out Sale
Christmas Goods I
Toys, with or without Mechanism,
Dolls, Flags, Albums, Satchols,
Purses, Vases, Statncs,
Hronzo Ware, Mocca Cups,
Opera and Spy Glasses, (warranted first
Mirrors, Frnmo, Hrackots,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Fans, (extra line);
Carpets and Rugs, (all sizos); "
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Tflk- Each Piece marked with CASH
tfc- DISCOUNT on Larger Cash Pur
chases. 3 EVERYBODY invited to an In
spection. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
cq " o
h Criterioi w
O AT THE s
S Salooi h
Hell 4U TELEPHONES Mutual 414
At McEinley Prices!
Departure Bay Coal
12 J TOHST!
t9 Delivered to any part of Honolulu
IIUSTACE & CO.
CUT- Ring up No. 411 on Hoth Tele
C. BREWER & CO.
9; (ar!or President und Manager
H. Robertson Treasurer
h - --J? 1' Secretary
) X nVI,l.0Iiii , Auditor
Hon. C. It. Hishop )
R. O. Alton y Directors
H. Watcrhnuse )
FORT STREET !
Store To Let!
Fixtures For Sale !
XV Inquire of
CHAS'.' J. PISHEL,
1121-lm " "" 'CoV. Fort & Hotel sts.
Ahikea street, next to rltMi Huh, or by
"irei-lT Ut William,' store! Fort
second 1 1 no. Prompt utlontlon to all
Mualn, tlig celebrated vlollulnt. OOMm
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