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M BY AUTHORITY.
WB& BALE OF LEASE
Hi-'" Of a Tract of Oovornmont
TO?4'', Hilo, Hawaii.
On WEDNESDAY, March 8, 1893, nt 12
o'clock noon, nt tho front cntranco of Alii
olant Unto, will bo sold nt Public Auction
tho Lcaso of that Tract of Government
Land lying between tho land of Humuula
and tho land of Kalwlkl, L. 0. A. 0071, in
Hilo District, Hawaii, and extending from
sea to boundary about 1 1,000 foot mnuka of
same and containing an area of 1300 acres
more or less.
Term Lcaso for 20 years.
Upset price, $102 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, February 7, 1803.
SAKE OF LEASE
Of Oovornmont Land at Laupahoe
hoo, Hilo, Hawaii.
On THURSDAY, March 2, 1893, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of Alil-
olani Halo, will bo sold at Public Auction
tho Leaso of all that Tract of Government
Land in tho District of Hilo, Hawaii, lying
between tho boundary of Maulua Nui, and
tho eastern edge of Lanpahochoe Gulch,
and extending from the sea to tho line of
forest as surveyed about 14 miles mauka
Reserving to the Government tho right
of way for three roads running mauka from
main road to the Forest. An area of 20 5-10
acres known as the "Lydgate Homestead,"
and also the spring supplying the Laupa
hoehoo Water Works. Area, 3,000 acres a
little more or loss.
For further information apply to the
Land Office, Interior Department.
Term Lease for 15 years.
Upset prico $1,200 per annum, payable
Bomi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior ODlce, Jan. 30, 1S93.
PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
ORDER NO. 3.
Whereas, by Order No. 2 of this Gov
ernment, tho right "of tho Writ of Habeas
Corpus was suspended and Martial Law
was proclaimed throughout the Island of
Oahu, January .17, 1893;
It is now further ordered that the right
of the Writ of Habeas Corpus is hereby
restored and that Martial Law is hereby
suspended on said Island of Oahu from
and after 12 o'clock noon of SUNDAY,
the 5th day of February, 1895.
SANFORD H. DOLE,
Presidont of the Provisional Government
of the Hawaiian Islands.
By the President:
J. A. Kino,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Feb. 3, 1893. 042-3t
Homestead Lots, North Kona,
Notice is hereby given:
1. That 4 Lots have been sot apart at
Puaa, District of North Kona, Hawaii, for
the purpose of conveying to such persoas
as may wish to acquire homesteads upon
which to live.
2. Maps of these Lots can be examined
at the Land Office, Inteiior Department,
Honolulu, or at tiie office of J. Kaelema
kule at Kailua, North Kona, Hawaii.
3. J. Kaelemakule will point out the Lots
to any person desiring to see them, for
which service he will be entitled to a fee of
$1 from the person applying.
4. Persons who may desire Lots shall ap
ply in writing to tho Minister of the In-
9terior upon a blank form, copies of which
may be obtained free of said J. Kaelema
kule. 5. No applications will be considered
from persons who already own land.
G. Every applicant must bo of full age.
7. The applicant will be allowed ten years
In which to pay for the land, during which
time it will bo exempt from taxes.
8. Ho must within one year build a
dwelling house on the Lot and begin to
occupy the same and continue to occupy
it for the remainder of the term of ten
9. He must within three years enclose
tho Lot with a substantial fence.
10. He must pay quarterly in advance
interest upon the unpaid purchase price at
tho rate of 5 per cent, per annum. The
.purchaser may pay tho whole or any part
of the purchase) prico at any time, which
will stop Interest.
11. Tho preliminary agreement is non
assignable, and the land cannot be sold
nntil all conditions aro fulfilled.
12. Failure to comply with any of tho
conditions will work a forfeiture of tho
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 30, 1893,
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-rogls-tered
prior to July 1, 1893, or they will bo
forfeited, und can thereafter be appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oahu shall bo made nt
the Interior Office.
On tho other islunds It shall bo done at
the Offices of tho several Sheriffs.
Q. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior,
interior Office, Dec. 2, 1892.
SCHOOL HOUSE FOB HANAMA
Tondors will be received nt tho oillco of
tho Hoard of Education until MONDAY,
tho 20th of February, at 12 o'clock noon,
for tho construction, Including nintorlnl,
painting, freight, etc., of a School Houso
20x48x12 feet, and a Teacher's Uottago
30x12x12 feet with veranda, at tho above
Cartngo of tho lumber, etc., from tho
Hanamaulu landing to the chool site will
bo free to tho contractor.
Plans and specifications for tho work
may bo seen nt tho ollli-o of tho Board of
Education, and at Mr. A. B. Wilcox's,
Tho Hoard docs not bind Itself to accept
tho lowost or any tender.
By order of tho Hoard of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Otllco, Jan. 31, 1893.
USD 3t-0 2t
Holders of Water Privileges, or thoso
paying Water Hates, nro hereby notified
that tho Hours for using water for Irriga
don purposes aro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
nd 4 to 0 o'clock p. M., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Q. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 5, 1893.
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. OI3-3t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, FEB. 7, 1893.
Very latest. Tho steamer Claudino
will bo horo whon sho arrives. If the
stoamor Mariposa doos not carry
despatches of tho complete success
of tho annexation delegation sho
will have to go into quarantine. Ad
vertiser please don't contradict.
Funny. One local subscriber for
a friend in tho States came round to
this office to make sure that tho pa
per was not stopped while tho revo
lutionary crisis oxistod. Another in
a similar caso roquostod that the pa
per bo retained in tho office until tho
"clouds roll by."
Tho Advertiser has discovered, on
tho third day after tho ovent, that
Mr. Damon was elected Vice-President.
If you don't take tho Adver
tiser you don't get tho news in a
properly seasoned condition. "ShUko
well before taking," would be a good
label for our contemporary's ancient
It makes a difference. Tho Adver
tiser reports a burglary last night
without tho burglar being caught,
but fails to aecompauy tho account
with a column article on tho ineffici
ency of tho police. Yet it was tho
precincts of Kawaiahao female semi
nary that wore invaded. When Mar
shal "Wilson was in office tho enter
ing of a henhouse with impunity
was enough to set tho political mill
next door grinding out malevolent
rhetoric for a week.
MOVING FOR SPOILS.
It is rumored on tangible ovidonco
that thoro is a movement on foot to
capture tho desirable public offices
all along tho lino for persons who
have been active supporters of tho
revolution. Tho Provisional Gov
ernment could not devise a more ef
fective moans of creating a revulsion
of feeling against itself than by sur
rendering to such a movement. Ev
ery efficient official removed would
bo tho center of a far-extending rip
ple of dissatisfaction circling through
tho community at large. At tho
same time, as thoro aro always moro
people "williu'," like Barkis, thau
there aro billets to fill, any oxtonsivo
change in tho civil service would
mean tho forming of a largo constel
lation, right within tho Government
camp, of nuclei of discontent to ha
rass tho administration. So long as
officials aro loyal to tho powers that
bo, besides faithful and compotont
in thoir duties to tho public, any re
organization of tho civil service by
tho Provisional Government will bo
uncalled for, unjust and impolitic.
Tho Government having established
a tost for holding office namoly,
tho taking of tho oath of allegiance
to itself should not without grounds
that would bo valid airy time, go be
yond that tost. Nothing would do
moro to discredit tho movement for
a permanent change in our form of
government than to hnvo its sup
porters placo themselves under tho
imputation of having gone in for tho
"stuff," to use a favorito torn of Mr,
Olesou, ono of tho gospel messen
Subscribe for the Daily Bulletin, 60
centt per month.
Tho Anglican Church Chronicle
rulministors a sharp rebuko to tho
Advertiser for Iho irritating tono it
maintained from tho beginning of
fcho revolution towardthoQuoonand
all who woro supposed to sympathize
with tho monarchy. In tho same
munbo'r, howovor, tho Chroniclo
scorns to accept without quostion tho
accusations, unsupported by any
ovidonco, of bribery and corruption
against tho monarchy and its loyal
supporters. This it doos by express
ing a hope that now wo shall hoar
no moro of bribory and corruption.
Wo should prefer to take tho sonti
mont in an ironical sonso, as no con
scientious writer who is well inform
ed in recent history could utter the
implied accusation othorwiso. Thoro
have boon no bribory and corruption
proved against tho party that stood
for national indopondonco and tho
maintonhnco of tho monarchy. On
tho othor hand, some of tho loaders
in tho revolution hnvo boon charged,
with bribory and corruption, to
socuro tho seating of an annotation
Cabinet for tho rest of tho period
after prorogation of tho Legislature,
and thoro has not boon tho slightest
sign made in donial of tho impoach
mont. Until tho expression in tho
Chroniclo is explained authorita
tively, therefore, wo prefer to assume
that it was concoivod in fine irony.
If it was intended to bo a rebuke to
dishonost politicians who claim, and
to simple-minded pooplo who with
out thinking belie vo, that tho loopard
will chaugo his spots with any alter
ation in tho form of govornmout,
while tho same elements aro warring
for control undor difforont systems,
thou tho Chronicle's religious hope
has a subtlo interpretation that
whorover understood should have a
wholesome offoct. In any othor view
tho Chronicle's robuko to tho Adver
tiser and its own oxprossiou cited
herein aro inconsistent.
Vory small potatoes indeed is tho
justification which tho Advertiser
yesterday made for tho original pro
mulgation and sustenance of martial
law. It is not long since that jour
nal declared that martial law ought
to bo enforced till tho return of tho
Claudine. It now at tho bidding of
its backers withdraws that and
praises tho lifting of tho obnoxious
jurisdiction. In its efforts to show
that some reasons woro necossary for
its enforcement and tho passage of
tho press-gag law yclept tho Sedition
Act it says that certain publishers
have been "warned not to indulge in
tho calls for blood and murder with
which their columns aro tradition
ally padded." So far as tho writer
knows, and ho reads all tho papers
in both languages, not a journal in
Honolulu has ever at any time
printed any appeal for blood or
murder or mado tho slightest allu
sion to any such course except tho
Advertiser, which in its insane fear
has occasionally tempted its op
ponents to waving tho rod rag in
their faces. But I suppose this. ;s
only another instance of "padding
an article." Nathan.
That "Othor Judgment."
In this morning's Advertiser thoro
appears a local notice stating that
Messrs. T. It. and John Lucas have
obtained "another judgment" against
mo, but said notice doos not explain
tho facts of tho caso, which aro as
I gave tho Honolulu Planing Mill
tho mill work for a certain house,
tho building of which was undor my
control, for an agreed contract
figure, which has not boon disputed.
There have been mado, undor tho
head of "extras," charges which pro
perly belong to tho original con
tract, and which I dispute. Tho ex
tras which I acknowledge aro over
charged, as in a higher court I will
endeavor to substantiate.
F. H. Redwakd.
Honolulu, Feb. 7, 1893.
Raro Orchids Found.
A clover and energetic Now York
woman belonging to a botanical so-ciotj-,
having heard that certain
swamps of Southern New Jersey
woro so dense that tho winter tom
poraturo seldom foil bolow 60 de
grees, visited several of thoso places
m search of orchids. Sho penetrat
ed tho swamps in long rubber boots,
and aftor diligent search found four
variotios of orchids not before
known. Fow persons know that sov
eral varieties of orchids aro native to
Long Island and aro found occasion
ally by knowing botanists. Chicago
To tho Patrons of tho California
Our Manager, T. J. King, goes to
tho Coast on tho Monowai February
9, 189;), on business for tho firm. Wo
hope that parties owing us will
make it convenient to sottlo up thoir
accounts on or boforo tho above
Tho United States steamship Iro
quois has Ijooii turned into a quaran
tine stoamor, and will proceed in a
short time to do duty nt Port
Townsond. A vessel was necessary
for this work, and tho Secretary of
tiie Treasury thought tho Iroquois
answered tho purpose bettor than
any of tho steamers now at Mare
Island. .S'. F. Call,
Tho article of special convenience
in every household and ollico
throughout tho islands, and tho most
acceptable to bend to friends abroad
because it deals only with facts
and figures is a cony of tho Ha
waiian Annual for 18!).'!. Prico, 75
cents each, or 85 cents mailed abroad.
A DOLLAR VERDICT.
Which Judjro Sanderson of San Fran
cisco Rofusod to Accopt.
The foreman of tho jury patted
his knees with tho papor containing
tho vordiot. Tho two opposing
counsel blinked at him and Ins fol-low-jurymou
in thoir obvious efforts
to do a littlo mind-rending on thoir
own account. Tho plaintiff's guard
ian wipod his six-year-old noso, nnd
tho dofoudant, whoso cart had run
over tho child and broken his arm,
anxiously scanned the faces of tho
twolvo men in tho box. Prosontly
tho judgo catuo in from his cham
bers and took his seat.
Tho verdict was passed to tho
clork, who handed it up to Judgq
Sanderson. "His Honor looked at
tho papor and pnssod it back to tho
clork, with tho romark that ho could
not niako any sonso out of it. As ho
did this ho looked docidodly dis
pleased. "Gontlomon of tho jury," said tho
clerk, "listen to your verdict: 'Wo
find for tho plaintiff and assoss tho
damages against tho defendant
at $1 "'
Thou tho Judge frowned and thoro
was a deep shade of asperity in his
. "Gontlomon of tho jury," ho said,
"tho court cannot rocoivo'any such
verdict. Thclaw doos not know
such a thing in this Stato as nominal
damages in an action like this. I
won't accopt tho verdict. It is not
reasonable. You should bo bravo
onough to find for tho defendant if
you think ho was not to blame. If
on tho othor hand you think ho was
jTou should bo bravo onough to say
so and givo tho plaintiff reasonable
damages. You may retire again,
gontlomon. Mr. Clerk, hand that
papor back to tho jury."
One of tho jurymen arosoand said
ho understood from tho tosfehnony
that tho doctor had been secured for
the payment of his servicos in at
tending the boy. Tho Judgo replied
this had nothing to do with tho
plaintiff's claim for damages. Tho
jury should bring in a verdict for
ono sido or tho other, but a dollar
damages was nonsense. Tho doc
tor's security for his claim had noth
ing to do with tho caso.
After half an hour's reconsidera
tion of tho testimony tho jury re
turned into court with a verdict for
$80 damages for tho plaintiff.
The action was outitled Audrow
Boyle, a minor, by Catheriuo Boyle,
his general guardian, versus James
Wyatt. Tho complaint asked for
specific damages amounting to $1150
for medical attondance, and $1500
general damages. Tho injury was
sustained on May 24, 1890, when An
drew, then 4 years of age, was run
over on Valloncia street by "Wyatt's
two-wheeled cart. Mrs. Boyle, with
hor child and a young woman, had
just stopped off a Valloncia cable
car, and Wyatt's son, a boy 1(5 years
old, was driving the cart in tho same
direction, isoloro thoy were aware
of tho presence of tho child ho was
undor their wheel. The older Wj-att,
who was sitting by his 'son, jumped
out and, picking up littlo Andrew,
carried him to tho sidewalk before
tho mother know what had hap
pened. Ho then carried him in his
arms to tho office of Dr. F. W. Har
ris, closo by, and told tho doctor ho
would see that ho was paid.
Tho dofonse produced witnesses
who testified that Mrs. Boyle had
blamed tho young woman with hor
for allowing tho child to got away
from them, and also that Wyatt was
not driving fast and that tho acci
dent was unavoidable.
On the witness-stand tho doctor
stripped little Audrow and showed
the jury where his arm had boon
broken in two places. Tho fractures
had been repaired and tho arm was
apparently as good as over. Tho
fact then developed that tho arm
had been broken a second timo soon
after tho healing of tho first two
fractures, and that the mother, either
in abusing or chastizing tho child,
was responsible for tho socond break.
This testimony, howovor, was only
in tho nature of hearsay and was
Funny Things Loft in San Francisco
"Tho number of absent-minded poo
plo who ride on streetcars is wonder
ful," said Superintendent Lynch of
tho Ferries and Cliff House cable
road yesterday, as a conductor hand
ed in a purso and soldier's hat which
had been loft on his car.
" It may seem funny that a soldier
should lose his hat, but that bundle
of clothing over thoro in tho corner
represents tho complete wearing ap
parel of a lady from tho bonnet
down to tho boots. Tho shoos aro
not mates, neither aro tho gloves,
but thoy woro mado for tho right
and loft extremities respectively."
"Why woman should shod hor
clothing piecemeal in a streetcar is
a mystery of natural history that
has not yet received any attention
from the scientists, aud tho subject,
if systematically studied, might bo
an interesting ono.
"A short timo ago a lady's shoo
was brought in by a conductor.
"It was duly labeled and placed
among tho relics. A few days later
a stylishly drossod lady came into
tho offico and timidly asked if thoro
was a shoo thoro lilco tho one sho
had. Tho shoo was brought out and
givon hor. I had somo curiosity to
know how n shoo could bo lost, so I
nskod how sho camo to leavo it in
tho car. Sho explained with a fow
blushes that sho had a troublesome
corn, and that bIio quiotly removed
tho shoo undor hor skirts to ease tho
pain. Whan tho street on which sho
lived was reached sho had forgotten
about tho shoo, and had gained tho
pavement boforo sho noticed she
woro but ono shoo. Tho car was
about a block away by that time,
and she had to continue tho journey
without tho othor shoo.
"Not long ago a conductor hand
ed in a sack containing about .?1500.
It belonged to a collector of one of
tho largo wholesale houses and that
innu could not remember of being
on n car that day until the sack was
bunded over to him."
"What do you think of n woman
who would forgot hor child and not
think of it until tho car was n couplo
of blocks away?" asked an interested
conductor. "Tho woman got on at
Markot stroot and got off at Vallojo.
After tho car got n block or so fur
ther on I noticed tho child in tho
car and in looking back saw tho
mothor coming down tho track,
swinging horparasol and arms about,,
yelling liko an Indian and looking
like a run-away windmill with a wing
broken. Whon sho got up to tho car
sho accused mo of trj'ing to steal
Purses, umbrollaM, parasols and
canos aro tho principal finds, and
thoro was a motley collection of
thorn in tho superintendent's offico
iiwmiiug mum mention.
"Women stow awav manv curious
tilings in thoir purses," said Mr.
Lynch .is ho'oponod tho ono which
had just boon linndod in. Tho name
"Aurolia" was stamped in gold lot
tors on tho outside, and from tho
tono of tho newspaper pootry clip
pings in ono of tho compartments
Aurolia must bo casting hor affec
tions in tho direction of somo young
man who doos not bo of tho samo
opinion as his admiror. Throo nick
els, a hairpin and somo cards with
addresses written on thorn mado up
tho contents of tho purso.
"Wo got all sorts of stuff horo in
purses, and if tho ladies only know
how many family skeletons como
prancing around this offico thoy
would bo moro careful with thoir bo
longings." S. F. Call.
Mr. O. F. Davis, editor of tho
Bloomfiold, Iowa, Farmer, saj's: I
can recommend Chamborlaiu'sCough
Remedy to all sufferers with colds
and croup. I have used it m my
family for tho past two years and
have found it tho best I over used
lor the purpose lor wliicu it is in
tended. 50 cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Bonson, Smith and Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
The Daily Bulletin is delivered by
rarriers for fiO cents per month.
1 FHSTE SURREY
Stylish and m First-clas-, Order, can
be had ntnbuigain.
8JF-This Surrey is with Lamps and
eonipleto in ovury way, and can be seen at
Wright it Son's Carriage Shop (upstairs),
King street; also
1 Fine Light Frazier Road Cart
Nearly New can bo seen at same place.
For particulars apply to
ADDITIONS TO THi: JANUARY
Card of the Hawaiian Hell Telephone
41X1 Iloston Camp.
Id,! Boyd, K res.
50!) CI i cu it Court Arion Hall).
r,r,0-Firc Police Hall.
152 Hawaiian Abstract and Title Co.
5:53 Hawaiian Fruit and Taro Co.
51:! Kawailoa Hunch.
357 King Street Hack Stand.
34(f Kitcat, Rev V H res.
185 Men-eberg, .T K res
244 Mett, V res.
'.i'M Military Headquarters Palace.
358 Needham, Win res.
451 Wallace, Geo res.
TO LET OR LEASE
THE COTTAGE AT NO.
258 King stieet, lately
occupied by II r. M. S. Levy,
containing Bedrooms. Par
lor, Dining-Too'in, Kitchen and Bathroom;
Stable in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars and terms, apply to
043-tf at K. O. Hull ii Sons'.
NOTICE IS HEIUUSY
given that tho follow
ing described Animals will
be sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY, Feb. 18.
1WU3 nt 12 o'clock noon, at the Government
Pound at Makiki:
1 Red Heifer, both ears split, no brand.
1 Cream-colored Horse, no brand.
1 Sorrel Mare, no brand.
1 Bay Mare, no brand.
1 Bay Mare, branded undeseribably.
1 Iron-gray Mare, legs all shod, no brand.
IMF Owners of the above Animals must
send in thoir claims within 14 days, other
wise they will be sold on the date above
named. 1). KAOAO,
Honolulu, Feb. (I, 1803. UI3-2t
HOUSE ON KIN All,
near Pensncnla street.
' ? ii irvnirv
Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
THREE HAWAIIAN BRED
Mules. Can bo seen at work
botw (tin the Knmuhamcha Schools
and the MilsoiiTm Tinnnln nnv ilnv.
Apply to K. B. TJIOMAS
r A. YAR101C IS NO LONGER AU
J thoriicd to M))lrit orders or collect
for our house from and after this
MAOFAUhANE A: CO.. (WiA.
Honolulu, .Ian. 20, lbU.i. 03'J-tf
ESTATE OK WO HOP, HONOLULU.
Wo Hop having made an alignment
to mo lor the benellt of hi cn'dltois, all
porsous having claims against said Estate
are requested to send them tome, at mv
ollico in Honolulu, duly verified, wlthlii
one wook from date.
I-. II. KEItlt.
Honolulu, Jan. 31, 18D.I. 0M8-lw
12 GAUGE 1.. 0.
Shotgun In Al order with
2 Ciimih ami Cleaning Ini
liluiiients. all comiilelei
iiImi, 200 riipilro'ri Hand-loaded Shclli.
CW l'or pariimiinis, imiulro of
V. M. CUNNINGHAM,
(KIMf Anchor Saloon,
Daily Bulletin, 60 cents a month,
Hawaii Hardware Co;, L'll
Saturday, Feb. 4, 1S93,
A nestling of the great
American bird of freedon has
fastened its talons on Hawaii
neiandthe adherents of peace,
order and good government
wait with bated breath to see
if its grip is as strong as that
of he mother bird. The
British Octopus lashds 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 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 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
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 showoithe 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 Hprc'ckcla1 Block,
Bruco & A. J. Cartwrlght.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rpilAT PLEASANT 8UB
X urban Cottago on Nun
nnu street, adjoining tho
rcsidonco of Mr. Thomas
Sorcnson. nlcclv annolntcd and with acrec-
'nlll.l ul1,..ill,ii1llii.a (1..1.A.1 In n flH.nl! fn..lf.
and within an easy romovo from tho heat
of tho City. Terms $18 per month.
rpilAT VERY DE8IR
JL able Rcsidonco ot pro
Hcnt occupied by James
lovo as a homestead, situ
ate on King street opposite tho rosidenco
of Dr. G. P. Andrews. Houso contains
I.argo Parlor, Dining-room, 3 Largo Bed
rooms, Kitchen, etc. Roomy Stnblrs and
Servant's Quarters in roar; only 10 min
utes' walk to tho Post Otllco. -Possession
given In March, 1803. 593-tf
rv jsricK it
formerly tho residence of tho lato H. J.
;uiniib viiuuuun. w-rz-j-
Hart, situato on Nuuanu Avenue bolow
School street. Tonus easy. 023-tf
NOTE Boforo Booking or closing bar
gains elsew horo, it will pay yon to scan our
column, and to at once consult the under
signed at their oflice.
fftFVo kcop property in first-class con
dition. Our terms aro moderate and as
landlords wo will always be found reason
able In our dealings.
C& Apply In each caso to
BRUCE or A. J. CAIITWRIGHT,
''Cartwrlght Building," Merchant street.
To Lot or Loaso.
A NICELY FURNISH- f. xls-
cd Houso near town. (BMSSilO
Enquire at Bulletin Oflico. (HttlrjuRw
rpWO NI015LY FUR
JL nished Rooms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
Bulletin Oflice. 353-tf
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
stTcet, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. O. etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
V King Street.
K (Street, latclv oc
cupied by Mrs. Fleming,
containing Two Bedrooms,
Parlor, DiniiiKroomi Kitchen and Bath
room; also Stables, Carriage Houso and
Servants' Quarters; reasonable rent. Ap
ply to J. F. BOWLER.
A NICE COTTAGE ON
lieretania street, near
Piikoi street, containing
Pallor, 2 Bedrooms. Bath
room, Diningroom, ran try ana Kitclien,
Servant's room, Carriage Houso, Stable, etc.
Tramcais pass every 20 minutes. Apply at
otllce of this paper. 458-tf
Bell 114 TELEPHONES- Mutual 4U
At McKinley Prices !
Departure Bay Coal
12 .A. TCOST!
W Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTACE & CO.
CtF- Ring up No. Ill on Both Tele
Wm.6. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin. - President and Manager
Clans Sprockets, - - - - Vice-President
W. M. Giflard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. 0. Porter Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF BAN FRANOISCO, PAL.
C. BREWER & CO.
J. O. Cm tor Picsident and Manager
ir K ih 'ui' Secretary
W. F.' Allen Auditor.
Hon. 0. it. Bishop . . . ... AU,mor'
S. O.AIIoii t Directors
H. Waterlioitso J
Baxter Engine & Boiler !
IN ti(K)l) WOIIKINO ORDER.
, ttr- l'or
particulars or terms apply to
4&! 1 lTTflAl.AUl