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Homostoatl Lots, North Konn,
Nolleo ii hereby given:
1. That I Ixits bnvo been sol apart nt
Faan, District of North Konn, Hawaii, for
tho purpose of conveying to such pcrsoas
ns may wish to acquire homesteads upon
which to live.
2. Maps of these IOts can be examined
at tho Land Ofllco, Intel lor Department,
Honolulu, Or nt the oillce of J. Kaelema
kulc at Kailun, North Konn, Hawaii.
3. J. Kaeleniakulewill point out the Lots
to any person desiring to neo them, for
which service he will he entitled to a feu of
$1 from tho person applying.
4. Persona who may desire Lots shall ap
ply In writing to tho Minister of the In
terior upon a blank form, eoples of which
may bo obtained free of said J. Kaelema
kule. C. No applications will bu considered
, from persons who already own land.
(1. Kvory applicant must be of full nge.
7. Tho applicant will bo allowed ten years
in which to pay for tho land, during which
time it will bo exempt from taxes.
8. Ho must within one year build a
dyill!ng houe on tho Lot and begin to
occupy the same and continue to occupy
it for tho remainder of the term often
0. He must within three years enclose
the Lot with a substantial fence.
10. He must pay quarterly in advance
interest upon the unpaid purchase price at
thu rate of 5 per cent, per annum. Tho
purchaser may pay the" whole or any part
of the purchase price at any time, which
will stop interest.
11. The preliminary agreement is non
assignable, and the land cannot be sold
until all conditions are fulfilled.
12. Failure to comply with any of the
conditions will work a forfeiture of the
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior OlhYc, Jan. 30, 1S9.S.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Government Land at Laupahoe-
PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
OHDKK NO. .1.
Wiikrkas, by Order No. 2 of this Gov
ernment, the right of tho Writ of Habeas
Corpus was suspended and Martial Iaw
was proclaimed throughout tho Tslnml of
Onhu, Jnnunry 17, ISO.'!;
It Is now further ordered that the right
of tho Writ of Habeas Corpus Is hereby
restored and that Martial Law Is hereby
suspended on said Island of Onhu from
and after 12 o'clock noon of BUND AY,
tho 5th day of February, 18U3.
BA.NF0UD 11. DOLE,
President of tho Provisional Government
of the Hawaiian Islnnds.
By the President:
J. A. Kino,
Minister of Interior.
Honolutu, Feb. 3, 1893. C.I2-3t
Are hereby invited for laying a lloor in the
Drill Shed in tho Government Itarrncks.
Plans and specifications may bo sepn at
the Otllco of the Superintendent of Public
Ulds most bo nddressod to C. liolte, Esq.,
Chairman Military Committee, before 12
o'clock noon, MONDAY, Feb. 0, INKS.
Tho Committee are not bound to accept
the lowest or any bid.
.INO. H. SOPKK,
Honolulu, Feb. 1, ISfM. U2-lt
sant. It nuiy bo Mint tho Parisians
nro so oxecssivoly buoyant in sun
jsliino that prolonged cloudy woathor
ovorwholms thorn with its reaction
ary olToot. Ordinary changos of
woathor ought to bo good for poo
plo, in tho variety thoy givo to lifo
if thoy aro not tho kind that bring
rheumatics into play.
Tho Advertiser innkos a groat out
cry about tho alleged plagiarism of
a San Francisco papor, in appro
priating tho central idoa and soino
of tho words of "Tho Demon Troo"
story published by tho Advortisor
some months ago. Several Ameri
can papers copied tho story, giving
our local contemporary duo credit.
Thoy treated it, however, not as of
"tho highly imaginative order," but
as a statement of fact, and honco
Hawaii has boon libeled as tho pos
sessor of a troo moro noxious than
tho Upas with oven its fablod lothal
proporties added. Thoro aro people
hero who havo a rocolloclion of
reading in a San Francisco papor a
very similar story years ago, of a
tree in Mexico or sontowhoro in that
direction. When tho truth as to
whoro tho plagiarism began is
divulgod by soino Sau Francisco
papor, as it probably will on tho
head of tho Advertiser's blatant in
dictment of tho Examiner, our
neighbor may find that tho boot is
on tho other log.
On THU USD AY, March 2, lh!W, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olani Hale, will be void at Public Auction
the Lease of all that Tract of Government
Land in the District of Hilo, Hawaii, lying
between the boundary of Maulua Nui, and
the eastern edge of Lnupaboehoe Gulch,
and extending from the sea to the line of
forest as surveyed about yx miles mauka
Keserving to the Government the right
of way for three roads running muuka from
main road to tiie Forest. An area of 20 5-10
acres known as the "Lydgate Homestead,"
and also the spring supplying the Laupa-
hoehoe Water Woiks. Area, 3,000 acres a
little more or less.
For further information apply to the
Land Oilice, Interior Department.
Term Lease for 15 years.
Upset price $1,-00 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
.1. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, Jan. 30, 18!U.
The February Term of the Circuit Court
of tho First Circuit will be opened on
MONDAY, the Gth Fobruary, at 10 o'clock
a. m., in the Upstairs Court Itooin of Aliio
lnni Hnle, and from that date thu Ses
sions of the Supremo Court and of tho
said Circuit Court will be held in Aliiolani
Hale, the use of Arion Hall being dis
continued. A. F. .TUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Honolulu, Feb. I, 18!)3 1112-lt
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 18U3, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter be appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oalm shall be made at
tho Interior Otilce.
On the other Islands it shall be done at
the Otllces of tho several Sheriti's.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, Dec. 2, 1892. .WJ-tf
SCHOOL HOUSE FOR HANAMA
Tenders will be received at the office of
the Board of Education until MONDAY,
the 20tb of February, at 12 o'clock noon,
'for tho construction, including material,
painting, freight, etc., of a School House
20x48x12 feet, and a Teacher's Cottage
30x12x12 feet with veranda, at the above
Cartage of the lumber, etc., from the
Hauamaulii landing to the school site will
be free to the contractor.
Plans and specifications for the work
may be seen at tho office of the Board of
Education, and at Mr. A. S. Wilcox's,
The Board does not bind itself to accept
tho lowest or any tender.
By order of the Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, Jan. 31, 1893.
039 3t-() 2t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledjed to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, FEB. 1, 1893.
Some houses owned by Lord Salis
bury in London havo been declared
in one of tho police couits to bo
dangerous and insanitary. There
may bo soino houses in Honolulu
owned by lords of the land which
would hardly stand strict inspection
A burglar in Berlin made extra
profits for a while, until caught in
trying tho plan ouco too often, by
supplying reports of his burglarious
exploits, to tho daily press. When
ho gets out ho can turn auothor
penny by doing as a cho fa games
ter did in Honolulu go on tho stage
and show how tho thing is done.
Judge Morrow, in tho United
States District Court in San Fran
cisco, in a late decision assorted tho
principle that assistance to a vossol
in distress should bo encouraged. A
3oar ago tho steamer Sirius broke her
shaft and was picked up off Codros
Island by tho steamer Tillamook and
towed into San Diego. Before tow
ing tho vessel an agroomeut was
mado that tho Tillamook should re
ceive .?20,000 for her services. A re
port of tho caso in a Sau Francisco
papor says that much uneasiness ex
isted over tho dolay of the Sirius
and it was feared sho had been
wrecked. Thoso interested in tho
Sirius, however, rejected tho claim
for tho $20,000 after tho Sirius was
safe in San Diego. The vessol was
libeled and Judge Morrow uphold
tho contract made by tho captain of
tho Tillamook. In tho opinion of
the Court tho sum asked for was
reasonable, and, in conformity with
tho admiralty practice, the dooreo
provided for tho distribution of tho
amount. The steamer Tillamook
having assumed tho risk of failure
and disaster, hor charterers wore
awarded $13,250, tho captain was
given $2500 and t ho ollicors and crow
$1250, making a total of $20,000 as
claimod on tho contract. Judge
Morrow in giving his decision said:
"I think tho conduct and service of
tho master of tho stoamor Tillamook
entitles him to some spocial con
sideration. He promptly procured
additional stores for tho Sirius, and
offered to take an ollicor of that vos
sol to Ensonada or San Diego for
assistance without charge and with
out dolay. Ho also engaged in the
towage service against tho protest oT
two of tho passengers on his owu
vessel. It is tho policy of tho law
to euconrago tho rendering of
prompt and elliciont assistance to
vessels in distress, as was done by
Captain Hamm in this caso."
ST. ANDItEW's CATHEDRAL.
Soxagosima Sunday, Fobruary 5th.
6:80 a.m., Holy Communion', 11 a.m.,
Matins and sermon, Hymns IN), 210,
1G5; 7:80 p.m., Evohspng and sor
4iiou, Hymna 162, 230, 18.
Tho sorvicos of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral,
to-morrow, Sunday, will be as fol
lows: 0:15 a.m., lloly Communion
with sormou; Kyrio. Mondolssohn in
G; Sauctus, Britlg water in G;
Hymns 822 and 323; Nunc Dimittis,
Young" in D. At 0:30 p.m., even
song with sornion; Magnificat,
Maunder in B fiat; Nunc Dimittis,
Anon, in A. Anthom, "Lift thino
oyos to tho Mountains," by Mon
dolssohn; Hymns 231 and 18. llov.
Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All aro
cordially iuvitod to thoso services.
tUimttjr 3U1VU'U3 V UUVl I 41.111,
Low Masses. English sormou at
tho 7 a. m. Mass, every Sunday
during tho wliolo year. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sornion in l'or-
-.. rr. t tei n . I 1J nii.n.inii 't ...
im&uunu uini ,umiiii(iii t i'iiui,
Rosary and Catechism. 4. p.m., in
winter season (Novombor to Febru
ary), 4:30 p. in. in summer season
(Fobruary to November), Benedic
tion of the M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Sorvicos 6 and 7 a. in.,
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Sunday School at 9:15 a.m. Public
Worship nt 11 a.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
Tho Rov. O. H. Gulick will spoalt in
tho morning upon Gospel work in
Japan, and in tho ovoning will givo
an account of tho progress and tho'
present position of Japanese civiliza
tion. Meeting of tho Young Peo
ple's Society of Christian Endeavor
at 6:30 p.m. All aro cordially in
vited. REOROANIZED CHURCH.
Tho Reorganized Church of Josus
Christ of Lattor Daj' Saints, Mili
lani Hall, rear of Opera House. Ser
vices will bo hold Sunday as follows:
10 a. in., Bible class; 11:15 a. in. and
7:30 p. in., preaching, when Eldor J.
C. Clapp will discourse oil "Tho
Insurrection of tho Doad." All aro
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.
Seventh Day Advontist Church,
corner Punchbowl and Borotauia
streets, in G. West's cottage. .Sab
bath school, 1:30; social mooting af
ter Sabbath school. Bible reading
ovory Sunday evening. Everyone
Evangelistic services will bo con
ducted by tho Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
Evangelistic sorvicos in the Y. M.
C. A. hall. 6:30 to 7:15 v. m.
To tho Patrons of tho California
Our Manager, T. J. King, goos to
tho Coast on the Mouowai February
9, 1893, on business for the firm. Wo
hope that parties owing us will
make it convenient to settle up their
accounts on or before the rtbovo
Owing to the Declaration of Martial Law,
rate payers are hereby notified that tho
time of payment is hereby extended to
January 31, Ib'JX
All such rates remaining unpaid after
the above date will bo subject to an addi
tional 10 percent.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kind,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 21, 1MIM.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, aro hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes ure fiom 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
ind A to 0 o'clock i m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Q. N. Wilcox,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, H. 1., Jan. fi, 1U93.
''For tho past two or three years I
have been subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," says Mr. V. A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
JJoonvillo, Dallas Co., Iowa. "I have
triod a uumborof different roniodios;
tho best oiio being Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrluca Reme
dy. One tir two dosos of it always
cures mo." Sold by all doalers,
Bouhou, Smith & Co., Agents for thu
An item in an exchange roads:
"Several of Milwaukee's public
schools have boon discovered to bo
so polluted with sower gas that tho
Health Commissioner will close
them at onco." This corroborates
what tho Bulletin has often taught,
namely, that a sewerage system, so
frequently and flippantly advocated
for our sanitary salvation, may, by
an ignorant solectiou of method,
do tho health of Honolulu moro
harm than good.
Subscribe or the Daily Bulletin, SO
ftnti per month.
Electrical inventors have long boon
trying to solve tho problem of a
satisfactory storage battery motive
power for street railways. Tho ovor
hoad trolley system is, in spito of all
assurances to tho contrary, full of
danger both to operatives and tho
public. According to tho Detroit
Free Press a storago battery car ser
vice has boon started in that city
with complete success. Another
most useful application of the stor
age system is illustrated in tho news
that over two hundred omnibuses in
London aro now fitted with electric
lights supplied from small storago
Donation for a Motto.
Enclosed find live dollars which I
wisli yon would use in purchasing
for certain preachers of politics and
the editor of tho Friend, illuminated
copies of the immortal Lincoln's
motto, "With malice toward none
and charity for all." If sufficient
funds remain got ono copy for tho
Advortisor man. Bex.
For pains in tho chest thoro is
nothing bettor than a flannel cloth
saturated with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bound on over 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-relieviug qualities.
If used in time it will prevent pnou
niouia. 50 cont bottles for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
The Daily Bulletin is delivered by
carriers for fiO cents per month.
Mutual Telephone Co:
rpiIE FOLLOWING NEW STATIONS
X have been added to the list of sub
scribers since issuing the last canl. Kiili-s-cribers
will please make changes accord
ingly and add the same to their li-l:
19 Allen & Robinson (Coal Yard)
M- Levy, M. S.
1-19 I'alace Ice Cream Parlors
llj'i Widemanu Carl, res
171 Engine House No. fi.
IKi-Monsarrat, V. T., V. S.
1.V7 Kaulu'a, H. res
il Chime Kim. ie
2.57 Lnn Wai (Chinese Theatre)
ISil Wallace, Chas. res
li!W Japanese Cousul-General
321 More, Hobt. res
Kid King St. Hack Stand
IHli-King St. Hack Stand Stables
3S0 Circuit Court (Arion Hall)
30V-Goo Kim, res
109-Kon-go, H. I. .T. M. Ship
402 Wodohouse, Jr., J. H. res
4a'! Phillips, M. ros
408 Nawaakoa, Geo.
470 Wong Till l'oon, (Chineso Theatre)
483 Evans, T. E. res
lift i1lliUllllU, .lB .J..III. 1.-
M0 Colburu, J. F. (Vearl City)
537 Iteid, H. 0. res
W4 Japanese Stole, King street
f)70 Mnhaulu, A. S. res
C3I Hiploy, 0. It. ros
6b0 RolJono.F. J.
6N9 Naka, T.
010 Ashley, W. G. res
07& Leslie, F. L. res
703 Camp Boston.
C. O. BEUGEIt,
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1893. 012-3t
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
MEETING OF THE i'OHTU
Hawaii at their Hall, on the 22d ot Jan
ueso Mutual Benevolent Society of
Paris is reported to have been suf
fering of late from an epidemic of
low spirits caused by a lingering fog
that enshrouded tho city. Thu cor
respondent of tho London Telegraph
attributes a daily lengthening list of
murders and suicides in the gay city
to tho fog's depressing iiilliienci).
Probably tho Panama Canal bcandal
has beou Just as much of a dopro.v
DUHINO MY ABSENCE FltOM THE
Kingdom Mr. ('. M. White will net
in all matters of Moefarlano it Co,, (IA1),
with full power.
E. 0. MAOFAItLANE,
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 189J, c:;o-3t
ESTATE OF WO HOI', HONOLULU.
Wo Hop having made nu assignment
to lac for the heiicltt of Ills creditors, all
persons having claims against said Estate
me rec i nested to send them to me, at my
oilice in Honolulu, duly verified, within
one wciil; from dale.
L. B. KEKIl.
Honolulu, Jan. 31, W.i. 03S-lw
A 12 CAlKIH L. ('.
Shotgun in Alonlnrwllh
2 Ciim-i uml Cleaning I lil
iilemcnlH. nil comtilelo:
iiImi, 200 Stiiirii's Hand-loaded hhclU.
W For partlcuhiiH, imiuiiu of
W. M. CUNNINGHAM,
tl'll-tf Anchor Saloon.
Daily Bulletin, CO centt a month,
miry, tne JCIcctlon ol unicorn for the cur
rent year held on the 8th of January and
since advertised, was declared void anil a
new eluution ordered on the 29th of Jan
uary; at said election on the 29th of Jan
uary, thu following otllcers were duly
elected to servo for the current year:
1. A. DlaH ....rresldcnt,
A. F. Medniros Yice-Pruxidcnt,
M. (I, Silvn Secietary,
J. I'. Bias Treasurer.
IIOAIII) OV UIIIEOTOUS.
M. A. Gonsolves, F. V. Bruiieo, J. 1'. llod
rigucs, A. C. Festaua, J. J. Cabrul.
UOAIII) OP AUDITOItH.
V. O. Toiijolni, M. Nunes, T. H. Triiu
gunda, J. G, Sllva, J. A. Gonsalvcs,
M. (J. HILVA,
T.TOUHE ON KINAU,
. . IH'IU 1 CNHIIMIU Hllfl'l. Mil
I';. U. lll'i.MIKY.
Ii07.tf Hawaiian lliirilwmu (WsHtoin,
rpilUME HAWAIIAN BKEI)
1 Mule.-'. Can be m-cii at woik
betw rent lie KaiiiehamehaSuhooU
a l nl the Mimoiilc Temple any ihiv.
Apply to ' K. B. TiiOMAH
Saturday, Feb. J,, 1893.
A nestling of the great
American bird of freedon has
fastened its talons on Hawaii
neiand the adherents of peace,
order and good government
wait with bated breath to see
if its grip is as strong as that
of the mother bird. The
British Octopus lashes the
water in its rage because it
did not fasten a tentacle on
Paradise before it was too late,
and the Kamaaina who reads
this will remind you that the
heavens wept copiously at,
what they consider, Hawaii's
misfortune. There can be
but one ending to the upheav
al and everyone without
regard to age, sex or previous
condition must stand shoulder
to shoulder in its support.
The short-sighted man will
tell you of three revolutions
in less than a decade, we can
tell you of more: First we
have the Aermotor; it turned
waste land into green pastures
and added inches of arable
soil at every revolution of the
wheel. It has brought more
money to the landlord's coffers
than can be secured by chas
ing the sugar planters will-o'-the
wisp-bounty. Then you
have the Hendry Breaker:
one of the most powerful field
pieces in modern Agricultural
revolutions. With it we had
a single handed fight against
a half dozen enemies to good
results on a plantation. Do
you know the result? Right
was might and today the
Hendry Breaker is peerless.
Not a plow in the market dare
take the field against it. Then
we have another to record.
The mechanism of the engines
in some plantations is more
intricate, and the adjustment
finer than a Waterbury watch.
In many instances parts of the
machinery have been ruined
through the use of poor oils.
Ever ready to come to the
assistance of the down-trodden
engineer the sufferer from
any accident to the machinery
of which he is the master we
took up his cause and secur
ed for our trade the Colorado
brands of Cylinder and Engine
oils. There was a revolution
then and there is today. But
we were successuu at me
start and will be at the finish.
As in every other revolution
in which we have been con
nected Right is Might. The
Colorado brands of oil are
used exclusively on a majority
of the plantations and its
adoption by the managers has
brought peaceful times to the
engineer whose sleep, for
ages, has been disturbed by
visions of hot journals and
foaming cylinders. With our
oils satisfaction is assured in
either high or low pressure
engines and foaming in the
cylinders becomes ancient
I he revolutions we have
mentioned have benefited the
plantation managers in parti
cular and the stock holders in
their respective companies in
general. Our hands have
been dipped in other mercan
tile revolutions which resulted
profitably to every one on the
islands but nong more success"
fully than the battle with high
prices. We knocked the
crown from its leader just as
effectually as if we had had
forty gatling guns at our com
mand. We've shown the peo
ple on these Islands that a
dollar is worth a hundred
cents and that we give twenty
five percent more for the dol
lar than anyone else. You ve
been benefited, so have we.
We met the hard times when
they struck the country and
our philanthropic efforts have
been appreciated. What
about those traps that catch
eleven rats at one setting.
Can you find anything better
IB- IB1. BHLBRS &c CO.
SB FOK.T STRH1IST.
AFTER TAKING B'lOCIC ALL K1NBS OF
Curtains in White, foeaiii and Colored!
At half tho former cost.
Velvet cSc Smyrna Rugs
In all sizes greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost !
tW In fact wo oiler Iiumcnoo, llnrgains in all Departments.
EST DroBsmaldnrj Untlor Uio Mniiarjomonl of MISS K. CLARK. g3
Don't neglect your colds
when you can get & year's protec
tion for 50 cents. Don't endure
catarrh when you can cure it
easily ana pleasantly tornait a
From Senior Burgeon to
(ho Central London Throat & Ear
HoBpltnl, London, Ens. : "Inlmlcil
Menthol cheoks In a manner hardly
less than marvelous ncuto colds In
tho head. I prescrlbo Cuehman's
Monthol Inhaler to tho extent of
hundreds per annum."
T. . Vnn Dnyii, Rotnn
his, N. Y.: "Tho Menthol Inhaler
is tuo greatest rcmcuy lor clearing
tho head ot a cold that I ovor eav."
Morton A. Smltli, Peru,
Ohio: "Havo been troubled with
catarrh for many years, but never
found anything that gave mo relief
It works llko a charm."
Its neat, clean, pleasant to
use, convenient to carry, costs
50 cents and lasts a year. Atrial would
Beware or counterfeits.
II. D. CUBHMA,
Three Itlvcrs, Micliljtnn.
HOLLISTES & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - HoxioIviItji, H. I.
Cummins' Bloclt, Port Street.
ft D. Wrought S
4 BUILDERS HARDWARE GENERAL
Aluay.s np to tho times in Quality, Styles and Prices.
A full AsMjitmenl to Suit thu Various Demand.
STEEL PLOWS, J,m, eSrtft $F Work
Cultivator's Cane Knives,
HOKS, SI10VK1.S, KOUKS, -MATTOCKS, KTO. .
Carpenters', Blacksmiths' and Machinists' Tools,
BCltKW 1M.ATKS, TAl'S and J1IKS, TWIST DIULiLS,
PAINTS uml OILS, UKUSHKS, HI.ASS,
AS1UCSTOS HA1U FKlr ana VKWr MIXTUltK.
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
SEWING "S MACHINES
liUllUK'ATINU OILS In Quality ami Kllleienoy surpassed
Hf" It 1h not niiMilhlu to list everything we have. If there is
anylhiiiK you want, eoinii anil ash for it, you will ho politely
treated. o tumble to nIiow goods.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite HpiccUi'ln' lllouk,
DAI I A' AND WHBKI.Y
Leading Journals iu tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Jlus the l.-ugKht fiivuliitiou on the Inlands
and Iu the Itivt Medium for
Mn. Tiiok. K. NvriHNir.i. will leceiviiall
mlverllbemeiilH uml tniliNiet all liUHlnoM
jrr-()KHcns " ilriinit? lllnek," corner
Nuuauil mid Queen btreet (iiltlii).
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A I'lllKT-CI.AhS IWMU.Y llATIIINd
Ileum at WaiUllil. Trnuu'iii i:i
the i;ntn. Hpeelal nrruii);omimttt will ho
made for Family 1'ii'iilus uml Kvyiiliiu
Jluthliia I'urtlea. W&U
Can he found, ns usual, at his reHidenen,
Alnki'iiHtn'i't, imxt to llrltlsh Chili, or hy
iiunMiKii ut O. K. Williams' btoro, Koit
W All woikmiarunteed and vinileil u
M'cond time. Prompt attention to nil
order, Tuncil the I'lano for concert of
Miibin, tho celebrated violinist. GUMm
.For .Local Nowh
Tii Icy tho