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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER OOTOIIKR I, 1892.
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Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Iiaiu still prevails.
Dinmond Hontl, 12 m. Woathor,
Tho S. S. Claudino will probably
bring tho next mail from tho Coast.
Sho is duo uoxt wook.
How joalous tho fiftoon-hours-old-nows
hash millors aro ovor thoir
antiquo Upas-troo chostnut!
Sovon Chiuamon ohargod with
smoking opium await thoir trial on
tho District Court calondar.
THE SILVER LINING.
Testimony of a Yisitor to the
Molokai Leper Settlement,
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
nv o. J. LYONS.
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a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m.
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Weil. 11 4 20 4 45 U SO 11 10 0 37 S SI (1 ft I
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Full Mnnn on the 31st atali. 40m. p.m.
Thuu Whistle lilows at Hi. 28m. 34s. p.m. ot
Honolulu time, wlilch is the same us 12h. Urn.
Vs. p.m. orcieunuicli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, FEB. 4, 1893.
Stmr Jamos Makco from Kauai
Stmr Waialealu from Hamakua
Stmr Likelikc from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr C It Bishop from Waianao
Stmr Mokolii from Kaliuku
Stmr Iwaiani from Kauai
Tho storm has rosultod in a groat
deal of agricultural dobris being
washed up on tho boachos.
Kilipaka and Ah Loy havo boon
arrostod for potty larceny and will
appear for trial on Monday.
If this woathor lasts much longor
tho hackmon will havo to fit thoir
rigs with kcols and ruddors.
A long list of now stations on tho
Mutual Telephone Co.'s system is
advortised in another column.
Tho voluntoors of tho National
Guard aro askod to stop up for thoir
pay this evening. Seo notice
Sovoral visitors wore courteously
wolcomod by tho olficors of H. I. J.
M. S. Kon-go on board to-day
Tho Pioneer Building & Loan As
sociation will hold thoir regular
monthly mooting on Monday even
ing. Tho boom in now subscriptions to
tho Bulletin continues. It shows
that tho pooplo appreciate a genuine
Tho rico Golds at Palama wore
under water yostorday, tho heavy
rain doing considerable damage to
All members of Comunuv A aro
requested to bo in attendance at tho
old Armory, Quoon street, this even
ing at 7 o'clock.
Tho U. S. cruisor Boston's men,
taking advantage of an hour's fiuo
woathor, had drill on Palace Square
Tho Japanese training ship Kon
go is now connected with tiio city
by telephone. Tho number is -lOU
on the Mutual lino.
Homo and Comforts Provided for the
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr I.ikc
like, Feb 4 G 1 Wilder, O Von Haiiini, O
11 McVeigh and wife,Dr Nieoll, L Siegner,
T O Quinn, Aiona and 21 deck.
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Likeliko for Maui and Hawaii
Stmt Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Cargoes from. Island Forts.
Per stmr Waialealc 320O bags" sugar.
Per stmr J.ikel ike 5734 bags sugar, 02
bndls hides, 81 ikgs mdse.
Per stmr James Makee 2525 bags sugar,
50 bags rice, and 0 pkgs sundries.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Mariposa, Hay ward, from San Fran
cisco, duo Feb 10th
Am bk O D Bryant, Jacobson, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10th
Am bktno S G Wilder, flrifllths, from San
Francisco, due Feb 0th
Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 5
Am 4-instd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am 4-iustd bchr Puritan, from Newcastle,
Gor bark H Haekfeld from Liverpool, now
Haw bk Lady Lampson from Newcastle,
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
duo May 23
Ur ship Honolulu from Newcastle, NSW
lir bk Tacora from Liverpool, duu .laii 30
J. N. Wright will hold a sale of
horsos, maros, and mules at his resi
dence, Little Britain, on Monday
commencing at 9 o'clock.
All tho gates to the Government
yard aro thrown open to-day, and
carriages aro allowed to drive up to
the uoors or the uuiluing.
No more judicial business is to bo
transacted at tho Arion hall. Tho
Courts resume thoir pormanont
quarters in AliiolaniHalo from date.
It will bo seen by notico olso
whoro that tho time for oponing
bids for flooring tho drill shod has
boon postponed until noon of Mon
day. Keep a sharp lookout for chickon
thieves. One week more will bring
Chinese Now Year, and martial law
will bo ovor after noon to-morrow.
Vessels in Port.
Am ship Eclipse, Petorson, from Nanaimo
H I J M S Kon-go, Tashiro, from Bun
U S S Boston. Wiltso, from Hilo
Brit bk Scottish Wizard, from Newcastle,
Bktno Hilo, Ballisier, from Newcastlo,
Haw bk Lcahi, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco, 4-masted schooner Carrier Dove from Na
naimo Am bktno J Smith from Newcastlo, N S W
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Francisco
The American bark Eclipse lias docked
at the Fort street wharf, whom she is dis
charging her cargo of coal.
Tho British bark Scottish Wizard lias
been moved to Wildor's wharf to receive
sugar. The Wizard will leave somo time
The barkentine Mary Winkelnian arriv
ed at Kahului on Sunday last with coal
from Newcastlo, N. B. W. After discharg
ing she will loud with II. C. .fc S. Co.'s
sugar for Sun Francisco, expecting to leave
on Saturday next.
The barknntiue Planter, which sailed for
San Francisco on Thursday, carried the
.following exportation of sugar: 10,!SIM bags,
11. HuckfeldVfc Co.; 4211 do., M. S. Grin
I mm a &, Co., weighing 1,711,800 lbs. and
Valued at Jo 1,430.'-' J.
The steamer Ltkellko arrived this morn
ing from Maui and Hawaii, a day ahead of
her schedule time, owing to the pressure
of sugar. Her cargo consisted of 5731 bags.
Reports having experienced flush souther
ly winds and rains the last twenty hours.
The plantations along tho Hue were in full
blast. Towed the John I), Spreckelsout of
Kuliulni harbor on Wednesday, bound for
San Francisco, with a full load of sugar
shipped by Ji. C. ,t 8. Co.
Hoot Beor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Aftor shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. BonBou.Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
uumhor Tonic, Benson, Smit li & Co.,
Dr. McLennan. 1U1 Fort street,
above Hotel, Chronic and Sugicai
cases. Mutual Telephone (S82.
Tho Honolulu Dairy havo put in a
Creamery will deliver fresh cream
morning or afternoon to suit cus
tomers. Mechanics' Home, Ml ami (II Hotel
tit root, Lodging by day, week or
inont h 2r. anil D0c, a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Tho Provisional Government has
passed a law creating tho oflico of
Vice-President, whoso incumbent
will act in tho absence, etc., of tho
Tho Chinaman who was surprisod
at Palolo whilo smoking opium
pleaded guilty this morning in the
District Court and was sontenced to
pay a fino of $f0.
Tho death rato of Honolulu last
month was comparatively light 38.
Five aged Hawaiians aro numbered
in tho list, which will bo ready lor
Thoro was- no mooting of tho
Board of Health this week, on ac
count of a funeral on tho regular
day. But littlo business required to
bo transacted anyway.
Some of tho shanties lining the
stream near tho King street bridgo
wore nearly carried away by water
yesterday. Tho stream was swollen
and tho current was strong."
Tho original election of oilicors of
tho Portuguoso Mutual Bonovolont
Society has been declared void and
another election liolil, tuo resuil oi
which is advortisod in this paper.
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Company
tolls in this issue of tho revolutions
in which it has been implicated. It
is a firm that needs watching if you
want to grasp every opportunity for
Genoral business has boon much
relieved by tho releasing of a largo
nmount of Government 11101103 '"
tho past two weeks in settlement of
old scores as well as the payment of
salaries at the end of the month.
Two more natives wore arrested
this morning for having cho fa
tickets in possession. It is rather
strango that only natives are ar
rested. What is tho matter with
pouncing on some of tho Chinese
cho fa men.
Ordor No. il of tho Provisional
Government, issued to-day, pro
claims that the right of tho writ of
habeas corpus is rostorod, and that
martial law is suspended on tno isl
and of Oahu from and after 12
o'clock noon of Sunday (to-morrow).
C. L. Hopkins, commissioner ap
pointed yesterday, has already sold
the laud on Emma street, involved
in the suit for partition of It. W.
Aylett vs. Kuhiau et al. The Bishop
Estate is the nurchaser, and the sale
has been continued by Judge Whiting.
Tho Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit will open its first tenu'at 10
a. 111. .Monday, In tho upstairs court
room, Aliiolaui Ifalv. Judge Whit
ing will preside. Preliminary busi
ness will be transacted in I lie morn
ing, ami the Hawaiian jury will bo
culled at 1 p. 111.
Thoso who know tho Molokai
Lopor Sottlomont onby from hearsay
aro like mo, before I wont there.
Now that 1 havo soon mysolf, and
not through others' oyos, I have, 1
think, a right to spoak about it.
And I'd say that I am very glad to
havo soon what I have soon; and
vory happy, too, to havo passed a
fow daj'8 in the Sottlomont.
Owing to tho kindness of Mr.
Moyor of Kalao, I reached tho top
of tho pali of Kalaupapa, on tho day
I had boon lauded at Kaunakakai,
TuosdayJanuary 10th, botwoon 9
and 10 a. m. And thoro I began tho
descent of the pali, so much talked
about, lod by an old native, come up
from Kalaupapa, both of us on foot.
It took us about half an hour to go
down tho pali, whore Superintendent
Ambrose Hutchinson had sent his
horso, to help mo in reaching tho
Catholic Mission's premises, distant
a fraction of a mile from below tho
pali. But I had alroai' had tho
agrceablo opportunity of contem
plating, from tho side of tho pali,
tho Sottlomont of Kalaupapa, which
Jooks like a nico littlo town. And it
is reaiiy a vory liiioresting piucu.
I spoilt, nearly tho whole weok at
tho Molokai Lopor Sottlomont, so I
had time to go all around, from Ka
laupapa to Kalawao, and vico versa,
Tho best of tho public establish
ments thoro is cortainlv tho homo
kopt by tho Franciscan Sisters, and
whoroin they havo, under thoir con
trol and thoir maternal charge,
about 70 inmates, most of them girls.
All thoso girls and women, as I havo
soon, and inquired myself of thorn,
aro very happy, and nono of thorn
would like to go out of tho homo.
Tho homes of Molokai (Kalaupapa
and Kalawao) aro a real blessing for
thoso who havo tho good senso of
entering luoin a material and spiri
tual blessing: a material blessing,
for thoy aro so well lodged, fed,
clo'thed, and cared for when thoy
got sick; a spiritual blessing, too, for
thoy loam thoro that thoy havo a
soul to caro for, and that thoj' havo
to suffer with pationco thoir segre
gation from tho rest of tho commun
ity. Thoro, also, thoy find in tho
good Sisters thoso of whom thoy
havo boon deprived, on account of
tho disease with which thoy aro af
fected, i. 0., thoy have in thorn kind
mothers, charitablo friends, who
treat thorn bettor than thoy would
bo at homo.
I havo seen several times tho in
mates of tho Kalaupapa homo. I
spoko with thorn. I inquired of them
sovoral times whether thoy were con
tent, happy, willing to remain there,
and all wore for tho atlirmative.
Thanks, thou, to the kind gontleman
who gave tho first sum of money to
start tho home; thanks to tho Ha
waiian Govornmont which did so
largely and so liberally concur with
that kind act of bonovolenco. May
tho Kalawao homo be put in a short
timo on tho same footing for boys
Kalaupapa is really a pretty, com
fortablo place, as comfortablo as
may bo for tho poor pooplo who
havo to pass tho balance of thoir
lives, isolated from thoir relatives
and friends. A good and pure air
makes tho place healthy, and pre
vents injury from any of thoso bad
smells which leprosy causes. People,
thoro as well as Kalawao, aro 'pro
vided with what thoy might ncedr
and as regards tho body, they can
hardly complain. And wo could call
them ovou happy, liut whoa a
Christian may como to consider tho
spiritual sido, thinking tiiat those
poor pooplo havo souls like others
who aro not lepers or, otherwise to
say, when men, who look to aftor
life, roflect on- some other kind of
leprosy, which affects a great many
of thoso poor sulforors, then thoy
cannot help pitying them, and wish
ing them to bo bettor cared for in
this respect. I moan here those who
live outside of tho homes, free from
the control of tho charitablo Sisters,
and tho good Fathers, living as they
please and unfortunate!- as if they
had no soul to save. And why do
thoy live so?
It is bocnuso they have been separ
ated from thoso with whom thoy
had boon united by tho sacred bonds
of marriage, and this is a great evil,
to which no remedy can be found,
but in tho allowing tho married peo
ple to go to live togother on Molo
kai, leaving their children, if any
they have, in the children's homes,
in charge of the Sisters.
And why more? Because thoy aro
too easily allowed to live together,
mou and women, young men and
young girls, as if thoy were married,
though thoy aro not. To this other
evil is a remedy in compelling all the
unmarried females to lomniu in the
females' home, until they get duly
married; and iu not allowing people
to live all mixed up, but rather giv
ing a houhi) or rooms to each family,
and also iu not lotting tho residents
of the place talco with them any of
the lepers lauded at Kalaupapa,
women, girls and boys, whom they
claim as if thoy wore their parents
or relatives, though they are not.
And also again in not lolling wo-
nuil mou live together unless
tho lopors sont from Honolulu fo
inales havingjjoon too frooly allowed
to go to livo with men with whom
thoy had boon acquainted on board
tho ship for tho hm timo, or at tho
receiving station. And if so, why
not soparato fomalos from males on
tiroly at tho rccoiving station, with
a good control, as thoy had boforo at
Kakaako, uudor tho Sistors? And
why also Bond thorn, fomalos and
males, altogothor, poll-moll, without
any control, on tho ship?
So, many ovils, if not all, could bo
cured, would tho justsonsoof moral
ity prevail in this lopors' business,
which ought to bo not only philair
thropical but also Christian; not
only in viow of segregating tho in
fected from tho hoalthy pooplo, but
also to tho offoct-of doing thoso un
fortunato croalurds tho good that
might bo dono. . Mjgjit thoso sug
gestions of amelioration bo put into
oxecution, and wo would not hoar so
many painful reports about tho
Leper Sottlomont of Molokai.
t Be highly praised the good Fran
ciscan Sistors, who livo all day long in
tho midst of lopors, attending to all
thoir needs, with so motherly affec
tion and dovotednossl
Bo praised also tho TCov. Fathors
who aro alwayfighting tho fight of
tho Lord, trying to defeat tho most
cruel onomy of men, tho devil of
'licentiousness and drunkenness, who
has done, and is still doing so great
an evil, among the unfortunato suf
ferers of Molokai 1
May tho actual Suporintondont
succeed iu doing tho good ho seems
willing to do among tho lopors,
seconded as ho is by Mr. 11. W.
Moyor, whoso ability and honesty
aro so well known! F. C,
Medical Suporintondont's Hop or t for
Quartor Ending Doc. 31, 18D2.
Honolulu, Jan. 3, 1893.
His Excellency Geo. N. Wilcox,
Minister of tho Interior.
Sin: I havo tho honor to present
to you my report of tho Insane
Asylum for tho quartor ending Do
combor 31, 1892.
Number of patients as per laH report on
tho Asylum Hogister 78
Number of patients admitted during
Number of patients discharged ,
Number of deaths
. . . 87'
. 4 20
Uenuiinlng In the Asylum Dec. HI, 180.' (17
NATIONALITY OK rTll:ST AIIMtTTI'll HUIIINU
NATIONALITY OF I'ATIKNTS tllM'lt.MKir.ll MTU
S. S. Islander.
Total ." 1(1
NATIONALITY OK l'ATIENTS WHO IIIF.II IUUIINU
....2 0 2
....1 I) 1
....1 0 1
nation v1.1ty of i'tibnt 111:
:t viNtNii in Tin:
Chicken Thiovos Capturod
Whilo A. Tt. Walker of tho mount
ed patrol was riding along Boretania
street at 3 o'clock this morning, ho
saw two Chinamen near tho corner
of Kapiolani street. Tho Chinamen
carried bags, and 0110 had a basket.
Martial law still being in force tho
guard, suspecting tho 111011 to bo
night prowlers, halted thorn. As
thoy could not give a satisfactory ex
planation of whore thoy had boon,
or whore thoy were going, Walker
marched thorn to tho Police Station,
where tho Chiuamon gavo thoir
names as Ah Sing and Ah Yan.
Tho bags wore opened disclosing
nineteen unoly-bred chickens includ
ing two roosters- one a half-gamo
and tho other an Australian bird, of
tho breed Mr. H. .1. Agnow brought
from Sydney some timo ago. In the
basket wore found ono dozon eggs.
Tho mou being suspected of having
mado a raid on someone's chicken
coop, wore locked up ponding in
At 10 o'clock this morning Mrs. J.
Lemon, residing at Waikiki, called
at tho Polico Station and identified
tho fowls as her proporty. Sho also
reported that bosides thoso iu tho
Station thoro aro fifteen more miss
ing. Tho mon wh'elt askod whoro tho
others were said they did not know,
as it was their first night out.
Cliine.-o 10 0
Hawaiian Ill I
Portuguese II '.i
German 2 1
Americans 5 1
UnglMi (I I
S. S. islanders !! 0
Japanese I 1
Miiuillau f 1 0
East Indies 1 ll
Central American ....... 1 (
Norwegian 2 0
Total .....9 :5(J 11
I havo tho honor to be,
Your obedient servant,
A. MoWaynk, M. D.,
Modical Suporintondont Oahu
Those who have not
used Boschce's Ger
man Syrup for somo
severe and chronic
trouble of the Throat
mid Lungs can hard
ly appreciate what a truly wonder
ful medicine it is. The delicious
sensations of healing, casing, clear
ing, strcugth-gathering and recover
ing are unknown joys. For Ger
man Syrup we do not ask easy cases.
Sugar and water may smooth a
throat or stopa tickling for a while.
This is as far as the ordinary cough
medicine goes. Boschce's German
Syrup is a discovery, a great Throat
and Lung Specialty. Where for
years there have been sensitiveness,
pain, coughing, spitting, hemorr
hage, voice failure, weakness, slip
ping down hill, where doctors and
medicine and advice have been swal
lowed and followed to the gulf of
despair, where there is the sickening
conviction that all is over and the
end is inevitable, there we place
German Syrup. It cures. You are
a live man yet if you take it.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Just Received Ex "Australia"
Lawn Tennis Rackets, $3.50 to $G,
" " Nets, full court.
" " Poles.
Tops, 5c. to 10c.
Croquet Sets, $lf0 to .$12.
Jiasc IMh, 10c. to $LM.
Base nail Bats, 10c. to 00c.
Masks, .ft to $4.
Catcher's Gloves, oOc. to $7fi0.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Children's Picture Books
Pocket Knives & Scissors,
FL'M. ANI COMPl.KTK MNn OF
"In buying a cough medicine for
children, says H. A. Walker, a pro
minent druggist of Ogdun, Utah,
"never bo afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Huiuedy. There is no
danger from it and relief is always
sure to follow. I particularly re
commend Chamberlain's because I
havo found it to bo safe and reliable.
It is intended especially for colds,
croup and whooping cough." fit)
cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
The following choice bit of word painting
occurs in Hawthorne's Mm hie Faun:
" Women be thoy of what earthly rank
they may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with nwful beauty, have
nlwavs miiiio little handiwork ready to 1111
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle "is familiar to'the lingers of them all.
Aipieen, no doubt, piles it on occasion; the
woman poet can it-o it as adroitly as her
pen; tho woman's eye, that has discovered
a new star, turns from its glory to send the
polished little instrument gleaming along
the hem of her kerchief, or to damn casual
frav in her dress. And they have greatly
the" advantage of us in this respect. The
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united with tho small, familiar, gentle in
terestsof life, the eontlnuallyoperating in
llueuees of which do so much for the health
of the character, ami carry oil' what would
othcrwifo be a dangerous accumulation of
morbid sensibility. A vast deal of human
sympathy runs along this electric line,
stietehing from tlie throne to tho wicker
chair of the humblest seamstress, and
keeping high and low in a species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
Housewives, while you ply the needle,
have you ever rcllecteil on the vicissitudes
of life'.' See to it that your husbands pro
vide for the future wclfiiro of their families
hv at once npplviug for a Policy in the
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Genoral Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the
Full Bound Blank Books
At San Francisco Prices,
Blank Books & Office Supplies
Will issue for the Outgoing Mail and will
WITH VIGOROUS COMMENTS.
ON SALE TUESDAY MORNING
At the Hook Stores. Order early.
Price $1.61) Per Doz. Single Copies 16c.
Two foroiguors wore talking about
annexation tho other evening iu a
car, whon a native slightly elevated
interrupted them with vohomonco,
tolling thorn to shut up, as ho was
in fighting mood on that question.
Wejl-informod Hawaiians say that
whilo thoir pooplo aro not disposod
against tho Provisional (jovornmout,
or oven tho projoct of a republican
system, thoy aro very sensitive re
garding tho independence of tho
country. Thoy aro hopeful that tho
United States Govornmont will not
deprive them of thoir national fiag,
but will agroo to support Hawaiian
autonomy uudor some now arrange
ment. Their foars for the future
aro largely based on a contempla
tion of tho prosont condition of
Moro Damage at Waianao.
Two weeks ago uows was received
from Waianao, on this island, of con
siderable dainago having been sus
tained through heay rains and
Hoods. The steamer Kaala has
brought news that the other day the
Waianao plantation Miffurcd heavy
damages and tho loss of sovoral
thousand dollars through this week's
heavy rain and wind storm. Tho
rivers overflowed and cauo of infant
growth, covering several acres, was
uprooted and washed away.
DCPHKsMIIN CIIKU'ERTIIAN KLKVATION.
Of ways to elovato the stage
We hear much high-Mown chat,
Hut why not let the stage alone
And drop, instead, the hat?
Cliirnijii Inter Ocean.
The tall man was telling a story.
Ho said: "T was thoro iu tho middle
of tho groat prairie lighting tho red
dovils " "Meaning Indians?" in
quired tho fat man. "No," replied
tho tall man. "I will bo honest with
you. I had tho jim-jams." Iluffalo
Maude (agod thirteen, with with
ering scorn) I pity the man you'll
got for a husband, Ethel Smith!
Ethel (aged fourteen, with lofty con
tempt) And I'd do as much for
you, Maude Jones, only it would bo
absurd to waste pity upon what
you'll never got. Lyndon Judy.
J) AT THE
P3 " ' i w
P 1 in
yrr.MREHS ok the ap.ove com-
lYJ. pany an- requested to meet at the
Old Armory, Queen Street,
"To err is human,1' and to stick to
it is more so. Dallas Sews. -
When a bad example is sot it is
apt to hatch mischief. Kate Field's
All tho Panama business lacks of
being a scandal of the first water is
that tho first water has not been in
it yet. 1'liiludelpUiii Times.
One of the most poculiar charac
teristics of kleptomania is that poor
women are totally exempt iroin it.
V 'It iladelph ia Ledger .
If you will speak a kind word
about a friend he will never forget
it unless you lend him more money
than fio can repay. -Galveston News.
Not No-no, but Nol Fannie
Why, George, what innkes you think
that Helen's stuttering is all put on?
George Because when I proposed 1
notice sho didn't have any trouble
saying no. Chicago Sunday Inter
Guard of Hawaii
Union Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated -May 1(1, 18!).'.)
MANUFACTURERS OK THE
Regan Vapor Engines
PACIFIC GAS ENGINES.
Horicoutal A- Upright,
Stationary A: Marino,
Gas .t Gasoline Engines,
Pumps A- Launches.
fIS-tf Solo Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Pure & Fresh Machine-made Poi
In quantities to suit private families or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.,
Cor. (Jueen and Alakea sts.
tm- p. o,
Bell Teleplioiae S3&.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of "Oahu.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
Agent to gram Marriage Licenses, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt it
Scott's Freight mid Parcel Express.
Agent for the llurliugton Route.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
ani GENERAL AGENT.
TELEPHONE Mutual 13a
P. O. llox 115
18 Merchant st.
GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
VOT-jTJTlSr TEERS .
The article of siiecial convenience
in every IioiimuioUI and office
throughout the islands, and the most
acceptable to muiiI to friends abroad
-because it deals only with factH
and figurosis a copy of the Ha
waiian Annual for IriilU, Trice, 7fi
cents each, or 85 cents mailed abroad.
!" AT ARMORY -toll
THIS EVENING, 7 P. M.
EDWIN A. JONES
PIONEEll BUILDING & LOAN
men ami mou live
thev show plainly the right they J of iluuihovo Aoc,luiloii will beheld
liin'uin lm tnirollmr-. i. .. thul IhoV UU MONDAY i;l.I.MI, Keli. 7, IKM.nl
I..Y . ... n; I 1 " i i ,,. ..... ,... 7;loiilook, lit the t naiuiier oi i.ommeiee
ikiuiii nun i. .xi. imi ..-.. ........ v , full utU'iiilttiico i riMiuri.
By thai a groat fault has often boon TIIKO. i LANSING,
committed ul tho luudiug, us rogarda ttl'Wi rkcrutary
Has opened an ulllce for trum-iictlug all.
business in rimni'Ction with
Trusts, Purcbaso and Sale, oi Bonds,
Block and Real Estate,
And is prepared to Audit Accounts.
Olllfoi No. I'J Merchant Mri'cl, olllee lulely
occupied by the lain. limn. Austin.
P. O. llox M.
( A. YAltICK IS NO LONG Hit Al'
KJ, tlmrUtvl In nili.il nnlitr irculliri
money lor our noun' irom mm mni u
MAUrAUlM v w., ii
Honolulu, Jmi.'Jil, lbLUt
A Small Iot of the Noted
NIU LEAor DWARF C0C0ANDT
Just Received from Samoa, also
u lot of
ASSORTED VARIETIES OF COCOANUTS.
tJ& These Nuts are can-fully selected
for planting mid are just beginning to
sprout, A photograph of the lUwirf Cocoa
nut may be seen at the store of
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
A SHIPMENT OK
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
- FOR SALE IIY -
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
FORT STREET !
Store To Let!
Fixtures For Sale !
tW lniiilre of
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
lUMm Our. Fort it Hotel U.
Unity llttllctin, (j0 mlt u month,
ANNUAL MEETING OF
erniau llenevolent Society, held
this day, the following ollleers were duly
II. A. Wideuiann.
.1. F. Haekreld
.1. F. Eekar.lt
H.. I. Nolle
J. F. Haekfeld . ..
J. F. EOKARDT,
Honolulu, Jan. 27, lh'JJ. U'lVIt
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A T A MEETING OF
x- Directors of the
THE HOARD OF
KaiiinUini Park As
sociation held Juiiuar 'JI, IMU, the follow
ing memliers oi the lloar.1 were re-t'lcele.l
to serve as ollleors of the Association dur
ing the ensuing year:
A. K. ('leghorn...
Win. G. Irwin .
W. M. Glllurd .
W. M. G1FKAR1),
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
Meeting of the Kapiolani Park Asso
ciation held on January 21, IH'.KJ, the fol
lowing Stockholders went elected to serve
as a ltoard of Directors for tho ensuing
Win. G. Irwin,
W. M. Glllanl,
A. B. Ch-ghom, ,
T. It. Walker,
W: II. Riekard,
II. J. Nolle,
V.. H. Ciinha,
Clms, II. Wiii-on.
W. M, GIKFAR1),
I AWN MOWERS TO LET
j day, week or month
tMf Mivered fixe.
Clfuuluu'uud rihariH'iiiiii' done: Hunllcate
Piis'i'sfuruii'hc.l when required. Machines
nulled for and returned. Also, Repairing
Garden Huh'- in (act, can do anything
iicvoMiry around the house ur stable.
King up Mujiuil Telephone Uc!.
MMI 'N. V. HUUUHKH.
mill'WKKKIA" JUH.UmKw.M 00b.
J. tuuiMot Interesting Roadlng.MaUur.
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