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tlio word "proved" the words "and filed ", and by inserting
at tho oud of the said Soctiou tho following words: "Any
person duly authorized by law to adraiuster oaths shall bo
and ho is horeby authorized and ompoworod to take and ad
minsitor oaths to all creditors proving thoir claims against
tho bankrupt's ostato," so that Section 7 as amondod shall
roa das follows :
" Section 7. Upon tho adjudication by tho Circuit Judgo
of any person as a bankrupt, tho Circuit Judgo shall ordor a
notice to bo published in some nowspapor, notifying tho credit
ors of such bankrupt to como in and prove and file thoir claims
upon a day to be named in such notice, and shall also cause tho
Marshal, his Deputy or Sheriff, as tho caso may bo, or either
of them, to servo notices by mail upon tho creditors of such
bankrupt, of such mooting, and all creditors who hnvo so
proved and filed their claims on or boforo the day named in
said publication and notice, may proceed forthwith to eloct
ono or more assignees of said bankrupt estate as hereinafter
provided ; and in caso of failure of tho creditors to elect an
assignee or assignees on tho day named in said notice and
publication, then tho Circuit Judge shall appoint an assignee
or assignees, who shall immediately give notico by publica
tion of such appointment or election. Any person duly au
thorized by law to administer oaths shall be and- he is horeby
authorized and empowered to take and administor oaths to
all creditors proving thoir claims against the bankrupt's
Section 2. Section 8 of said Act is horeby amended by
striking out tho word "allowance" in tho first line thereof
and inserting in its place the word "filing", and by striking
out tho word " Justice " wherever the same appears in said
Section and inserting in its place tho words " Circuit Judge ",
so that said Section as amended shall read as follows :
" Section 8. Any creditor may object to tho filing or proof
of any claim, and the hearing shall be had before the Circuit
Judge, and any creditor whose claim is so objected to shall
have no voice in the choice of assignees ; provided, however, ,
that tho creditor or creditors making such objection file an
affidavit that such objection is bona fide, and is not made for
the purpose of depriving the creditors objected to of having
a voice or vote in the election of assignees. Either party or
tho assignees may take an appeal from tho decision of tho
Circuit Judge to a jury, and upon complying with the require
ments in regard to appeals contained in Secction 21."
Section 3. Section 11 of said Act is hereby amended by
striking out the word "Justice" wherever the same appears
and inserting in its place the words "Circuit Judgo" except
on the first line of said Section, and by striking out after tho
word "claims" in tho beginning of said Section the words
"shall be proved before the" and inserting in their place
" may be proved before any person duly authorized to admin
ister oaths," and by inserting after tho words " he must first
prove his claim" the words " and file the samo with the Clerk
of the Court," so that said Section 11 as amended shall read
as follows :
"Section 11. Claims may be proved before any person
duly authorized to administer oaths, by the oaths of the cred
itors, and to entitle any creditor to have a vote in the election
of assignees, he must first prove his claim and file the same
with the Clerk of the Court. All elections for assignees shall
be by ballot, and no creditor to an amount less than one hun
dred dollars shall be entitled to vote. A majority in number
and value of all the creditors who have proved their claims
shall be necessary to elect an assignee or assignees, and upon
a failure the Circuit Judge presiding shall appoint ono or
more assignees as he may think proper. The Circuit Judge
may order the assignee or assignees so elected or appointed
to give bonds for the faithful performance of his or their duty
in such sum as he may deem sufficient."
Section 4. This Act shall take effect and become a law
from and after the date of its approval.
Approved this 11th day of January, A. D. 1893.
By the Queen :
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the
SAIiE OF LEASE
Of Government Land at Iaupahoo
hoe, Hilo, Hawaii.
On THURSDAY, March 2, 1893, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alli
olanl Halo, will bo sold at Public Auction
tho Lease of all that Tract of Government
Land in the District of Hllo, Hawaii, lying
between the boundary of Muulua Nut, and
tho eastern edge of . Laupahoehoo Gulch,
and extending from the sea to tho line of
forest as surveyed about I'A miles mauka
Itesorving to tho Government the right
of way for threo roads running mauka from
main road to tho Forest. An area of 20 5-10
acres known as the "Lydgato Homestead,"
and also the spring supplying tho Laupa
hoehoo Water Works. Area, 3,000 acres a
little more or less.
For further Information apply to tho
Land Olllco, Interior Department.
Term Lease for IS years.
Upset price $1,200 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflice, Jan. 30, 189J.
Holders of Water Privileges, or tliOBO
paying Water Kates, are hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m,,
nd 4 to 0 o'clock r. u., until further notice,
JOHN 0. WHITE,
8upt. Honolulu Wuter Works,
G. N. Wnxox,
Minister of the Interior.
Houolulu, H. I., Jan. 6, 1833.
PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
ORDER NO. 3.
Whereas, by Ordor No. 2 of this Gov
ernment, tho right of the Writ of Habeas
Corpus was suspended and Martial Law
was proclaimed throughout the Island of
Oahu, January 17, 1803;
It Is now further ordered that the right
of tho Writ of Habeas Corpus is horeby
restored and that Martial Law Is hereby
suspended on said Island of Oahu from
and after 12 o'clock noon of SUNDAY,
the oth day of February, 1803.
8ANFOKD D. DOLE,
President of the Provisional Government
of tho Hawaiian Islands.
Uy tho President:
J. A. Kino,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Fob. 3. 181)3. (HB-3t
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 1893, or thoy will bo
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any ono.
Registration on Oahu shall bo made at
tho Interior Olllce.
On the other Islands It shall bo done at
the Ofllces of tho Hovo.ral Bherllk. v
O. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
InUrlor Office, Deo. 2, J8!G. WO-tf
Homestead Lots, North Kona,
Notico Is horoby given:
1. Thnt 1 Lots hnvo been sot apart at
Puaa, District of North Kona, Hawaii, for
tho purposo of convoying to such porsons
as may wish to acipilro homestoadt npon
which to live.
2. Maps of those Lot can bo examined
nt the Land Oilloo, Intel ior Department,
Honolulu, or at the ofllec of J. Kaolema
kulo nt Knilua, North Kona, Hnwail.
3. J. Kaclomnkiilo will point out tho Lots
to nny person desiring to seo thorn, for
which sorvlco ho will bo entitled to a ice of
$1 from tho person applying.
1. Persons who may desire Lots shall ap
ply In writing to tho Ministor of tho In
terior upon a blank form, copies of which
may bo obtained free of wild J. Kaelomn
kule. 6. No applications will bo considered
from persons who already own land.
0. Every applicant must bo of full age.
7. Tho applicant will bo allowed ten years
in which to pay for the land, during which
time it will bo exempt from taxes.
8. Ho must within ono year build n
dwelling houso on tho Lot and begin to
occupy tho same and continue to occupy
It for tho rcmnlnder of tho term of ten
0. Ho must within threo years enclose
tho Lot witb a substantial fence.
10. Ho must pay quarterly In advance
interest upon the unpaid purchase prico at
tho rate of 5 per cent, per annum. Tho
purchaser may pay tho wholo or nny part
of tho purchase prico at any time, which
will stop interest.
11. Tho preliminary agreement is non
assignable, and tho land cannot bo sold
until all conditions nro fulfilled.
12. Failure to comply with any of tho
conditions will work a forfeiture of the
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior OHlec, .Inn. 30, 1893.
SCHOOL HOUSE FOB HANAMA
Tenders will be received nt tho olllco of
the Board of Education until MONDAY,
the 20th of February, at 12 o'clock noon,
for the construction, including material,
painting, freight, otc, of a School House
20x-ISxl2 feet, and a Teacher's Cottago
30x12x12 feet with veranda, at the above
Cartage of tho lumber, etc., from tho
Hanamaulu landing to the school site will
be free to the contractor.
Plans and specifications for tho work
may bo seen at tho oflice of tho Board of
Education, and at Mr. A. S. Wilcox's,
The Board docs not bind itself to accept
tho lowest or any tender.
By order of the Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Olllce, Jan. 31, 1MB.
S39 3t-0 2t
JOHN M. VIVAS, Esq., has this day
been appointed Notary Public for tho
First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian
Islands. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 0, 1893. (M3-3t
TIE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Seel nor Parly,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, FEB. 6, 1893.
Wo havo boon requested to state
that all public school teachers, male
and female, aro required to toko tho
oath of allegiance, tho samo as all
other employeos of tho Government.
Tho signs "Supremo Court" and
"First Circuit Court" on tho Arion
hall and fence might as well bo re
moved, since thoy aro no longer use
ful nor ornamental. Strangers casu
ally seeing such a primitive-looking
building designated as thotomplo of
justice might think that they woro
in the wild and woolly west.
The royal coat-of-arms has been
retained at tho head of the laws of
tho Session of 1892, published by
contract in this paper, bocauso tho
matter is regarded as belonging to
the monarchical regime as much as
tho signature of tho sovereign. The
Provisional Government has had tho
question under consideration, but
has not notified tho publishers of
the Bulletin of any docision.
Tho country will havo to pay
hoavily for tho unscientific street
grading done undor Mr. Thurston's
administration of tlio Interior De
partment, Already tho loss sustain
ed in tlio washing of quite now
street work away in tho rocont storm
must bo something enormous. To
tliis will havo to bo added hoavy ex
penditures in tho futuro for chang
ing grades and constructing drains,
so as to give storm wator froo courso
to tho soa without demolishing tho
streets in its courso. As long ago
advocated, one of tho greatest noods
of our publio works is the employ
ment of first-class engineering skill
in thoir monagomont.
Tlio Bulletin 5h not in fltvor of
state economy at tho oxpouso of jus
tico. If tho statement mado by a
Portugueso volunteer in tliis issue is
corroct, an injustice would appear
to havo boon dono by tho military
hurouu. On inquiry it sooms that
Uturo is a misundorslaudiug. Tho
mon at tho Barracks woro onlistod
with a viow to thoir porninnoiit on
gngomont in tho regular company at
$40 a month. Those who would not
onlist for tho pormanout sorvico
woro paid off at tho ralo fixed for tho
regulars. Thoy considor thoy should
novo boon paid tho samo as tho or
dinary voluntoors who woro on tem
porary guard duty. Tho caso per
haps might proporly bo loft to arbitration.
Tho protracted spoil of hoavy rain
just experienced, notwithstanding
tho damago it has dono, must bo ro
gardod as on tho wholo very bouofi
cial. An nbsunco of anything liko a
woll-dovolopod rainy season in rocont
years resulted in an oarly failure of
tho sources of Honolulu's Water sup
ply, causing a groat doal of injury
to vegetation and more or loss ovil
to tho public health. Now wo may
fool assured that tho streams will
havo a healthy flow from tho moun
tains for somo months, aidod and
prolonged by tho ordinary precipita
tion in those olovatod regions. It is
a pity, howovor, after all that
has boon spent on tho wator works
of Honolulu, that tho system has
not rosorvoirs sufficient to got tho
full benefit of a rainy period. Enough
water that might havo boon stored
to fortify Honolulu against many
months of drought will havo run
wasted to tho ocoan for want of stor
ago rocoptaclos in tho mountains.
Hon. S. M. Damon was appointed
on Saturday by tho Executive and
Advisory Councils as Vice-President
of tho Provisional Govornmout of
tho Hawaiian Islands. Tho provis
ion for this uocossary office had boou
made in an Act of tho Council ap
proved the previous day. A bettor
selection than that of Mr. Damon
could not easily havo been made. As
a member of tho Privy Council un
der tho monarchy, his conservatism,
joined to his rare business sagacit',
was most valuable in tho counsels
of tho Statu. While holding a seat
in tho Thurston Cabinet as Minister
of Finance, Mr. Damon had tho con
fidonco of all parties. Ho laokod tho
extreme partisanship that has marred
tho statesmanship of more than ono
Ministor of tho Crown. Mr. Da
mon's appointment to the Vico-Prosi-
dency will, wo think, bo generally
acknowledged as being conducivo to
confidence in the Provisional Gov
ernment while tho country continues
in its present transition stage.
Tho now English editor of tho
Liberal thinks tho Bulletin wants
to porsecuto him, for no other rea
son than that a correspondent of
ours wont after him for his attacks
on his old friends tho Hawaiians,
whom ho advised once to sell thoir
pigs and buy guns. It was under
the samo editor's former conduct of
tho Liberal that it mado a violently
scurrilous personal attack on tho
editor of this paper. Immediately
afterward there was a change in tho
editorial chair of tho Liberal. Ono
who can act so cantankerously to
ward his contemporaries should, be
the last to squeal in pain ovor a lit
tle wholesome medicine. No, sonny,
tho Bulletin doesn't want to hurt
you, only look out you don't fall
over yourself. You take so many
sides of ovory situation that develops
in this kaleidoscopic country, that it
it is not worth while trying to regu
late your course. "Gang your am
gait." Only lot us laugh at each
tumble you take to yourself.
Broach of Faith.
The Provisional Government has
acted toward tho men who garri
soned the barracks in a way that no
private employer would dare to do
toward an employee. Tlio men woro
paid on January 23d at tho rate of
two dollars a day, most of us being
paid a day short of tho time wo woro
on duty. Sinco then tho govern
ment informed us that thoy wanted
us to onlist for a yoar at $40 a
month, and I and others quit. On
Saturday wo woro entitled to bo
paid at tho samo rate as formerly,
and tho othor voluntoors woro paid
that amount of $2 a day. Why a
difforouce was mado against tho mon
at tho barracks is what wo wanted
to know, but wo were told if wo did
not take $1.37J a day wo could go
without. Somo of us did.
Allow mo to stnto in your columns
that tho present omission of tho
Stato Prayers iu St. Andrew's Cathe
dral and tho othor churches of tho
Anglican Communion is not by any
order of tho Provisional Govern
ment, as stated by tho Anglican
Church Chronicle, but by tho author
ity of The Bishop of Honolulu.
Fob. 6, 1893.
Mr. C. F. Davis, ocRlor of tho
Bloomfiold, Iowa, Farmer, says: I
can recommend Chamborlain'sCough
Remedy to all sufiorors with colds
and croup. I havo usod it in my
family for tho past two yoars and
havo found it tho best I ever used
for tho purpose for which it is in
tondod. 50 cont bottles for salo by
all dualers. Benson, Smith and Co.,
Agouts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Secretary of tho Treasury Fostor
has already received oflortJ of the
presidency of sovoral national banks
ou his retirement from his prosout
An Immense Toloscopo.
Tho idoa startod by M. P. Dolon
clo, of making an immonso toloscopo
tho groat attraction of tho Interna
tional exhibition to bo hold in
Franco in 1900, lias boon laughed at
a good deal on account of somoono
having protondod that through it tho
moon would bo soon as clearly as if
tho obsorvor woro standing at no
more than a motro's distanco. Tho
nroieot is. howovor. tho Paris corre
spondent of tho Standard soys, far
from abandoned, notwithstanding
tho groat difficulty of constructing
tho lingo instrument, which is to bo
14 yards long. M. Dolouclo has just
hod an interview at tho Paris Ob-
sorvotory with M. M. Paul andPros
por Honry, assistant astronomers, M.
P. Gautior, optical instrumont
makor, and two architects. Accord
ing to information furnished by M.
Dolouclo, tho immonso instrumont
will bo 5) foot 10 inches in diameter.
M. P. Gautior is studying tho condi
tions for tho construction of tho
toloscopo, and tho task of furnishing
tho groat concavo mirror will fall to
tho St. Gobain glassworks. Tho
making of this mirror, M. Dolouclo
thinks, constitutes tho only difficulty
to tho oxecution of his projoct. Tho
largest uisc yei, niiuiu woigiis omy
12 cwt., whoroas the ono it is pro
posed to mako must woigh nearly
nmo tons. Tlio cost or tno mstru
mout, with tho necessary founda
tions and structures, will, it is
calculated, roach two million and
a half francs. Tho projocted instru
ment will, it is said, give four times
more light than tho largost instru
ment known, and will permit of tho
discovery of stars four times smaller
than any of those now known. Its
magnifying power, it is oxpectod.
will bo 15,000 times, so that it will
bo'possiblo to porcoivo on the moon
objocts no bigger than 21 square
foot. Public Opinion.
To the Patrons of the California
Our Manager, T. J. King, goes to
tho Coast on tho Monowai February
9, 1893, on business for tho firm. "Wo
hopo that parties owing us will
mako it convenient to settle up thoir
accounts on or
boforo tho above
Tho building statistics for Phila
delphia for tho year just closed show
"a total of 10,397 operations, at a cost
of 5120,825,649, as against 9,142 oper
ations, at a cost of 520,008,230, in
Atlanta. Ga., according to a direc
tory census rocontlv taken, now has
a population of 104,421. Building
operations during the j'oar 1892 woro
tho largost in tho history of tho city.
Tho first law onactod by tho Gen
eral Assembly of Ohio this year was
a bill to prevent fraudulent entries
in contosts of spood, proscribing a
ponalty of $1,000 for infraction of its
Tlio Forestry Commission of Now
Hampshire has bocomo so alarmed
ovor the prospect of tho boautj' of
tho White Mountains being destroy
ed that a fund has been startod to
avert that catastrophe.
It is reported in Now York that
tho firms engaged in shipping Amer
ican cattle to Europe aro much dis
couraged at the outlook. For the
past two or threo months tho prices
in Europoan markets havo resulted
in hoavy losses to shippers.
The Daily Bulletin is delivered by
carriers for fiO r.entx per month.
TO LET OR LEASE
THE COTTAGE AT NO.
253 King stieet, lately
occupied by Mr. M. S. Levy,
containing 3 Bedrooms. Par
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and liathroom ;
Stable in yam; Artesian water laiu on,
For particulars and terms, apply to
G13-tf at E. O. Hall .t Sons'.
PIONEER BUILDING & LOAN
THE REGULAL MONTHLY MEETING
of tho above Association will bo held
on MONDAY EVENING, Fob. 7, 1803, at
7:30 o'clock, at the Chamber of Commerce.
A full attendance is required.
THEO. F. LANSING,
NOTICE IS HEUEHY
given that tho follow
ing described Animals will
bo sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY. Fob. 18.
1803, at 12 o'clock noon, at tho i
j'ounu at iuaKiKi:
1 Red Hoifor, botli ears split, no brand.
1 Cream-colored Horse, no brand.
1 Sorrel Mare, no brand.
1 Bay Mare, no brand.
1 Bay Mare, branded nndeicribably.
1 Iron-gray Maro, legs all shod, no brand.
&" Owners of tho above Animals must
send in thoir claims within 14 days, other
wise thoy will bo sold on the date above
named. I). KAOAO,
Honolulu, Feb. 0, 1803. 013-2t
HOUSE ON KINAU,
near Pensacola street,
i'i. it. ii IjiS u n i .
(J07-tf Hawaiiun Hardware Co.'s store.
rpHREE HAWAIIAN DUE!) S.
X Mules. Can bo seen at work MdaA
botuoouthoKumohamohaSchools "- "
und the Masonic Toinplo any dav.
Apply to K. D. THOMAS.
ESTATE OF WO HOP, HONOLULU.
Wo Hop having mado an assignment
to mo for tho benefit of his creditors, all
porsons having claims against said IWtato
aro rcciuesti'd to send tliom to me, at my
olllco in Honolulu, duly verilled, within
one week from date.
L. IS. KEItlt.
Honolulu, Jan. 31, 1803. (138-lw
A 12 GAUGE L. ('.
Shotgun iu A 1 order with
2 Canes and Cleaning tin-
lileliutllts. all eonmlole;
alho, 200 Hiulro's Haud-loailvd Shells,
tw- ror particulars, luiiulro of
W. M. OU.NNINUHAM,
fLIl-ti Anchor Saloon,
Daily Bulletin, GO cents a month,
Hawaiian Harflware Co.. L'fl
Saturday, Feb. 4, 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 Aermolor; 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 successful at the
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 oi 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
The 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 none 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
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Spruukelb' Block,
The Markets of San Fiancisco
ARE BROUGHT TO YOUR DOORS
DY MKANS OF TI1R
Which Is Operated Dlreotly by the
Greatest I Newspapers
THE SAN FRANCISCO
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Do Yon Need Something from
Write To Us About It !
Woeansavoyon monoy; our buyers havo
scoured hundreds of special con
tracts which enables us
Watches, Jowelry, Silverware,
Musical Instruments, Furniture,
Clothing, Dross Goods,
And Thousands of Other Articles
At pricos which will astonish yon.
A LETTER WILL DO IT ALL
gXf- Write ns for quotations on any
thing that you may need.
You Can Soo tho Advantages of Purchas
ing Through Us I
We aro buying for our customers at
wholesale and you reap tho benefit.
tJSF" Address all communications
EXAMINER PURCHASING DEPARTMENT,
California, - D. S. A.
The undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
KOn THE. CKI,I!MUTi:i
PROM THE WORKS OF
Burham, "Williams & Co.,
Aro now prepared to givo Estimates and
receive Urders for these Engines,
ui uuy aiu uuu atyiu. ,
Tho Baldwin Locomotive Works
ARE NOW MANUFACTURING A
STYLE OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which havo recently been
received at those Islands, and we will havo
pleasure in furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes is known not only
here but is acknowledged throughout tho
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Solo Agents for tho. Hawaiian Islands.
Union Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated May 10, 1892.)
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
Regan Vapor Engines
PACIFIC GAS ENGINES.
Horizontal it Upright,
Stationary & Marine,
Guh & Uasoline Engines,
Pumps & Launches.
H8-tf Bolo Agent for Hawaiian IslandB.
A Small Lot of the Noted
NIU LEAor DWARF C0COANDT
Just Received from Suiuoa, also
a lot of
ASSORTED VARIETIES OF COGOANUTS.
tM Those Nuts aro carefullv selected
for planting and nro just beginning to
sprout. A photograph ot the Dwarf Cocoa
nut may be seen at tho store of
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for the Island or Oahu.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Islunds of l'ltt &
Scott's I' relght ami Parcel Express.
Agent for tlio Jlurllugtoii Route.
REAL ESTATE UROKEIt
ami UENKRAL AGENT.
Hku.318- TELEPHONE -Mutual 13U
38 Merchant st. Honolulu, H, 1,
'iittU' itlA .