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If abovo $500 por annum, thou for ovcry $500 or
fractional part thereof 1 00
.If tho rontal consideration bo based upon a sharo or
por centago of crop, thou tho oxpocted yiold and
ruling market prico must bo shown to obtain
tho Annual 'monoy vtiluo consideration, as above
Lottors of liconso from creditors to a debtor 10 00
Letters testamentary, or of administration, or of guar
dianship 1 00
Licousos issued from tho oflico of tho Minister of tho
Interior, or otlior Government Department, as
On licousos of a $20 foe or under 50
On licenses over $20 to 50 1 00
On licousos over $50 to $100 2 00
On licenses over $100, for every additional $50, or
fractional part thereof 1 00
Mortgage, or charge on, or affoctiug any lands, or pro
perty, real or personal whatsoever.
Also, any conveyance of lauds, estate or property
whatsoever in trust, to bo sold or converted into
money, which shall be intended only as a secu
rity, and shall be redeemable beforo the sale or
disposal thereof, eithor by express stipulation
or otherwise (oxcept where for benefit of credi
"Where respectively as a security for payment of any
definite and certain sum of monoy advanced, or
lent at tho time, or previously due and owing,
or forborne to be paid, boing payablo, not ex
ceeding $1,000 1 00
And for every additional $1,000, or fractional part
thereof, not exceeding $10,000 2 00
And for every additional $1,000, when the amount
secured is over $10,000 3 00
Future advances, or sums to be due on account cur
rent, together with any sum already advanced
or due, or without, as the case may be.
If total amount of money secured, or to be ultimate
ly recoverable thereupon, shall be limited, not
to exceed a certain sum, duty as on mortgage
for that sum.
If such total amount uncertain, and without any lim
it, same shall be available as a security or
charge for such an amount only as the ad valo
rem duty denoted by the stamp or stamps there
on will extend to cover.
Partition Any deed whereby any lands or other here
ditaments shall be conveyed in order to effect a
partition. If a sum exceeding $1,000 is paid or
agreed to be paid for equality of partition, ad
valorem duty as on sale. If less than $1,000. .exempt
Patents Eoyal for land 1 00
For inventions 10 00
Policy of marine insurance, or other instruments,
whereby any ship, vessel or merchandise is in
sured against marine risks. If the voyage in
sured against is to or from Europe, China, Ja
pan or the Eastern Coast of the Continent of
America, or any East or West Indian ports.
For every $1,000 or part thereof assured 1 00
If the voyage insured against is to or from Austra
lia, New Zealand, the Fijian or Samoan Islands,
the Western Coast of the Continent of America
to the southward of the State of California, for
every $1,000, or part thereof assured 50
If the voyage insured against is to and from Califor
nia, Oregon, British Columbia, Washington, Ta
hiti, or any other of the Polynesian or Microne
sian Islands, and other places where insurance
is of the like rates, for every $1,000, or part
thereof assured 25
Power of Attorney 1 00
Original Petitions To Courts of Record, summonses
to parties, attachments and executions issued
by Courts of Record 2 00
Protest against granting of Passports 3 00
Release, assignment, re-conveyance or other discharge
of mortgage 1 00
Renunciation or disclaimer of any lands or other pro
perty, real or personal, or of any right or inter
est therein ' 2 00
Settlement of real or personal property, money or
Government bonds, upon the marriage of any
person or otherwise, or upon good or valuable
consideration other. than bona fide pecuniary
consideration 5 00
Section 4. This Act shall take effect from tho first day of
April A. D. 1893.
Approved this 11th 'day of January A. D. 1893.'
By the Queen :
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu Carriage Co.
BOTH TEL. No. 335.
Stand: Corner Fort & Merchant Sts.
Haoks can bo had at any hour of tho Jay
up to 12 o'clock at night, on tonus
to suit the times.
Hacks Nos. 88, 45, 62, 63, 67, 70, 73, 97, 196
EDWIN A. JONES
Has opened an oflico for transacting all
business in connection with
Trusts, Parohuo and Sale of Bonds,
Stook and Real Estate,
And l prepared to Audit Accounts.
Office; No. 42 Merchant street, office lately
occupied by tho late Jona. Austin.
P, 0, Box M.
T AWN MOWEHB
TO LET BY THE
jlj uay, weeic or moniii' Kepalrlng,
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Dupllcaio
rieccslurnlsueuwneu required. Machines
called for and returned. Also, Repairing
Garden Hoso In fact, can do anything
i necessary around tho house or stable.
iiing up Aiuiuai ioiopuoue va.
684-tf N. F. BURGESS.
A 12 GAUGE L. C.
Shotgun In Al order with
2 Cases and Cleaning Im-
tilktiwiti tu till nnlilnlntnt
I'li'iijuiiin. ! vuuiMUiU r - "
also, 200 Squire's Hand-loaded Shells.
ior particulars, inquire oi
W. M. CUNNINGHAM,
Daily Jiulletln, 60 cent) a month,
Homostoad Lots, North Kona,
Notice U hereby given:
1. Thnt 4 Lots havo been sot apart nt
Piinn, District of North Kona, Hawaii, for
tho purposo of convoying to such persons
as may wish to acquiro homesteads upon
which to live.
2. Maps of those Lots can bo oxamincd
at tho Lnnd Ofllre, Into) lor Department,
Honolulu, or at tho ofllre of J. Kaolcma
kulo nt Kalhm, North Kona, Hawaii.
3. J. Kae1mokulo will point out tho Lots
to any porson desiring to soo thorn, for
which service ho will bo entitled to a fee of
$1 from tho porson applying.
4. Persons who may deslro Lots shall ap
ply In writing to tho Minister of tho In
terior npon a blank form, copies of which
may bo obtained free of said J. Kaoloma
kulc. 6. No applications will bo considered
from persons who already own land.
G. Kvory applicant must bo of full age.
7. Tho applicant will bo allowed ten years
in which to pay for tho land, during which
timo It will bo exempt from taxes.
8. Ho must within ono year build a
dwelling houso on tho Lot and begin to
occupy the saino and continue to occupy
it for tho remainder of the term of ten
0. Ho must within three years cncloso
the Lot with a substantial fence.
10. Ho must pay quarterly in advance
Interest upon the unpaid purchase price at
tho rate of 5 per cent, per annum. Tho
purchaser may pay tho whole or any part
of tho purchase prico at any time, which
will stop interost.
11. Tho preliminary agreement is non
assignable, and tho land cannot be sold
until nil conditions are fulfilled.
12. Failure to comply with any of tho
conditions will work a forfeiture of tho
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 30, 1893.
PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
ORDER NO. 3.
Whereas, by Order No. 2 of this Gov
ernment, tho right of the Writ of Habeas
Corpus was suspended and Martial Law
was proclaimed throughout tho 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, 1893.
SANFOltD B. DOLE,
President of tho Provisional Government
of the Hawaiian Islands.
By the President:
J. A. Kiua,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Feb. 3, 1893. (M2-3t
SALE OF LEASE
Of Government Land at Laupahoo-
hoe, Hilo, Hawaii.
On THURSDAY, March 2, 1893, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of Alii
olani Hale, will be sold at Public Auction
the Lease of all that Tract of Government
Lnnd in the District of Hilo, Hawaii, lying
between the boundary of Maulua Nui, and
tho eastorn edge of Laupahoehoo Gulch,
and extending from the sea to tho line of
forest as surveyed about 1J4 miles mauka
Reserving to the Government the right
of way for three roads running mauka from
main road to the Forest. An area of 20 5-10
acres known as tho "Lydgate Homestead,"
and also tho spring supplying the Laupa
hoehoo Water Works. Area, 3,000 acros a
little moro or less.
For further information apply to tho
Land Office, Interior Department.
Term Lease for 15 years.
Upset prico SI ,200 per annum, payable
temi-aunually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 30, lb93.
SALE OF LEASE
Of a Tract of Government Land,
On WEDNESDAY, March 8, 1893, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of A11I
olani Halo, w ill bo sold at Public Auction
the Leaso of that Tract of Government
Laud lying between the land of Humuula
and tho land of ICaiwikl, L. O. A. 0971, In
Hilo District, Hawaii, and extending from
sea to boundary about 11,000 feet mauka of
same and containing an area of 1300 aeres
more or less.
Term Leaao for 20 years.
Upset prico, $102 per annum, payable
semi-annually In advance,
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oflico, February 7, 1893.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, bo re-regls-tercd
prior to July 1, 1893, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any ono.
Registration on Oahu shall be made at
tho Interior Office,
On tho othor Islands It shall ho done at
the Offices of tho several Sheriffs.
a. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior,
Interior Office, Duo, 2, 1892, 680-U
SCHOOL HOUSE FOR HANAMA
Tenders will bo rocclvod at tho oflico of
the Hoard of Kdncatlon until MONDAY,
tho 20th of February, at 12 o'clock noon,
for tho construction, including material,
painting, freight, ote., of a School House
20x48x12 feet, and a 'Teacher's Oottago
3(1x12x12 feet with voranda, at tho above
Cartage of tho lumber, etc., from tho
Hanamaulu landing to tho school site will
bo f rco to tho contractor.
Plans and specifications for tho work
may ho scon at tho oflico of tho Hoard of
Kdncatlon, and at Mr. A. S. Wilcox's,
Tho Hoard dots not bind Itself to accept
tho lowest or any tender.
By order of tho Board of Education.
W. JA8. 8M1TH,
Education Offlco, Jan. 31, 1803.
I 030 3t-(i2t
Holders of Water Privilege", or those
paying Water Rates, aro hereby notified
that tho Hours lor using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
Hid 4 to 0 o'clock-p. m., until further notice
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Q. N. Witcox,
Mlnlbtor of tho Interior.
Honolulu, H. L, Jan. G, 18a).
JOHN M. VIVAS, Esq., has this day
bcon appointed Notary Public for tho
First Judicial Circuit of tho Hawaiian
Islands. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Intorior Office, Feb. 0, 1893. 013-3t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, FEB. 9, 1893.
The Bulletin does not solicit ad
vertisements for favor or charity. It
gives the best value in number of
readers for business announcements
of any paper in this country.
A King street firm has withdrawn
its advertisement from tho Bulletin
on tho ground of politics. That firm
would not surprise anyone if it for
mulated a political tost for its cus
tomers to swallow before they are
allowed to buy any merchandise.
The man who advised the natives
to sell their pigs and buy guns for
securing their rights is now engaged
in brutal abuse of tho native race
with his pen. Such a man would bo
for sale in an active pig market, as
that is the kind of animal that puts
its dirty hoofs in tho trough from
which it has boon feeding.
The Liberal comes out plainly for
tho adoption of the spoils system by
tho Provisional Government. We
may expect to see tho joint Council
appointing a commission to seo what
tho editor of tho Liberal is fit to do
in services for tho bleeding country.
So far he has only developed an apti
tude for autobiography hi its rela
tions to tho faculty of gotting.ou tho
winning side in revolutions contem
plated or accomplished.
Tho Liberal would reduce tho lato
"glorious revolution" to tho shrunken
imitation of a broad riot in Vienna.
It says: "The revolution was a god
send to many people out of work.
The Drei Hundred had been boy
cotted and persecuted for two years
and most of those who had not loft tho
country were destitute. Thoy shoul
dered their guns to fight for broad
as much anything else. While tho
guard was maintained tb.03' had very
congenial employment and good pay.
Who will say thoy had not earned it?
It was a great disappointment to
thorn to havo tho United States stop
in and tako tho bread out of thoir
mouths." Not bad for a paper that
tacitly admits elsewhere that its
gonius is inspired by Government
An interview with Mr. Joseph
Emerson published in that Advor
tisor purports to supply omissions
in tho Bulletin's report of tho pray
or meeting into which tho gontlo
mon throw a brand of political dis
cord tho othor evening. This inter
view proves to bo only a moro ox
tondod account of Mr. Emorson's
talk to the native worshipers than
was given in our report, in which
tho story was rolated from evidence
on both sides, and not an essential
point now given was omitted, Tho
Advertiser gets tho voto at tho moot
ing rovorsod in tho words of tho in
terviewed, who corroborated to this
paper's roprosontativo tho statement
made by our first nativo informant.
Mr. Emerson mokes no attompt to
justify his thrusting upon a poacoful
company of Hawaiian Christian wor
shipers a subject of politics tho
sorest to thorn that could at the
timo bo mooted,
Tho artiolo of special coiivonionco
in ovory household and oiilco
throughout tho islands, and tho most
accoptablo to send to frionds abroad
bocauBo it deals only with facts
and figures is a copy of tho Ha
waiian Annual for 1893. Prico, 75
uontB each, or 80 coats mailed abroad.
Fronch Medievalist Doctors.
Mont marlro, which in addition to
its notorious braerim and ImtglanU,
or low mtisio halls, possossos nlso a
Votivo Church, has boon rocontly
witnessing a pilgrimago of doctors
to its summit. One of tho chapols
of tho Basilica of tho Sacro Ccnur is
consecrated to tho African saints
Cosmo and Damian, or Damianus,
who aro tho patrons of medical
practitioners, and a mass was said
therein for tho bonofit of modorn
venerators of tho two pious brethren
who siiiTorod martyrdom under tho
Emperor Diocletian in tho beginning
of tlio fourth century.
Dr. 1'orran was tho loader ol the
medical pilgrims, among whom wero
numerous mombors of tho faculty,
not only from Paris, but from all tho
largo towns in a ranco. Tho pious
nractitionors belong to what ' is
known as tho ''Confratornity of Saint
Cosmo," which is ono of tho oldost
established associations of tho kind
in Paris. In tho fourteenth and fif
teonth centuries tho Paris doctors
usod to ropair annually to tholittlo
town of Luzarcho-on-Parisis, in tho
Depnrtmont of tho Soino-ot-Oiso,
whoro a Crusador of old had dopo
sitod tho bodies of Saints Cosmo
and Damian. Pilgrimages to Luzar
cho Church wore for a long timo dis
continued by tho disciples of Galon,
but thoy havo of lato years boon ro
vivod by a few doctors who wore
desirous of continuing old tradi
tions. London Telegraph.
Barracks' Guards' Pay.
Tho disputed matter of pay to
guards at tho barracks needs further
explanation to "what was given by
correspondence anu editorial m your
columns. Tho guards wero ongagod
at first for thirty days at $10, subject
to ton days' notice afterward. Ev
ory man who ongago1 in tho first lot
wont in on that understanding.
When they wore discharged, after
about two weeks' service, surely thoy
wero lawfully entitled, according to
tho law of wages in civil employ
ment, either to a full month's pay
or tho same pay (.$2 a day) givon to
tho othor guards for similar duty
olsowhoro. That is what thoy claim
and what tho military authorities ro
fuso. Tho barracks guards did duty
of six hours on and six hours off
right along, while tho others got 2
for four hours' duty. I think any
judge or jury would sustain tho
claim of the mou shoved out at
S1.33& a day, who if paid at tho same
rate as tho othor guards would re
ceive 56 a day. In fact, somo of tho
others did draw thoir 4 to $6 a day.
I hafo road tho letters of Messrs.
Juen in tho Advertiser and of his
friend "July" in the Bulletin, and of
Mr. Worthorn, Jr., who, I boleif,
liko mineself, hails from tho land of
sauor-kraut, and of somo fellow in
your paper who call himself Mr.
in I forgot his name und I hafo not
tho paper mit mo. But I guess that
follow is not in it; ho is on do wrong
side off do houso. dat is my opinion.
I am ono of do droo or fior hundred
dat tako up a gun for do guvern
mont, und what wo do it for? Wo
want somo land, datfs what; und if
wo all agree we got it. I want to bo
in what my comrade Juon call de
progressive side of bolitics. Jos to
go ahead. I camo here for a job. I
say wo can run this couutrj' on the
schraight plan midout any kanaka.
I bin hero five munds since I run
away von a bark und I got no schody
job. I vant now a goot ono, mit
a house and lot. Vat's a matter mit
you. Somo vants mo go on planta
tion und vork. I say, not much; not
now; got mein gun; no, sir.
When I addressed a communica
tion to your paper favoring Mr.
Juou's land suggestion, it was with a
desiro to help that gentleman, and
othor mombors of tho ex-army, to
accumulate land. I had no desire to
offend those worthies, nor did I ex
pect 1113- remarks would bo misinter
preted. Perhaps tho objection was
to tho locality. The appearance of
many of those men who carried guns
during tho very lato robollion, lod
mo to believe that thoy wero mom
bors of tho "Groat Unwashed," and
in considering this thought I bo
lievcd thoir presence near somo largo
volume of water absolutely neces
sary, honco Ocean Island. I will
never do another kind act. Verbum
sap. W. S. July.
Honolulu, Fob. 9, 1893.
Tho Portuguese Society.
In your issue of tho 8th inst., T
noticed a communication signed by
"Ono of Thorn," and referring to mo
in connection with tho Portuguoso
M. B. Society, in whoso affairs tho
majority of your readers tako no in
terost, and thoieforo I refrain from
discussing tho affairs of that institu
tion in tho foroign press, but simply
notify tho follow who had not spunk
enough to sigii his name to the com
munication that 1 am ready at the
proper timo and plaeo to discuss
witli him tho facts in question, if his
cowardice will abandon him huIR
ciontly to "face tho music."
J. M. Vivas.
Honolulu, Feb. 9, 1893,
Mr. Albert Favorite, of Arkansas
City, Kan., wishes to give our readors
tho benefit of his experience with
colds. Ho says: "I contracted a
cold early last spring that bottled on
my lungts and had hardly recovered
from it when I caught another that
hung on all summer and loft mo
with a hacking cough which I
t h'ought I would novor got rid of. I
had used Chamberlain's Cough Item
ody Bonio fonrtoon years ago with
much Miccoss, and concluded to try
it again, When I had got through
with one bolt lo my cough had left
me, and 1 havo not suffered with a
cough or cold since. 1 have leuoin
mondod it to others, and all speak
well of it." HO cent bottles for Halo
by all dealer. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islnudu,
Mutual Telephone Co.
rnill? FOLLOWING NEW
have boon added to tho list of sub
scribers since Issuing tho lat card. Sub
scribers will please make change accord
ingly and add tho same to their list:
10 Allon .t Robinson (Coal Yard)
00 Kovy, M.S.
1-19 Palaco Ice Cream Parlors
105 Wldcmann Carl, ros
174 Englno Houso No. 5.
183-Moiisarrat, W. T., V. S.
1S7 Knulu'n, II. ros
231 Chang Kim, res
257 tail wal (Chincso Theatre)
201 Wallaco, Chas. ros
253 .Tapanoso Cousul-Gcnoral
321 Moro, Robt. res
330 King 8t. Hack Stand
310 King St. Hack Stand Stables
380-Circult Court (Arlon Hall)
3!)5 Goo Kim. res
109-Kon-go, H. I. J. M. Ship
402 Wodchouso, Jr., J. II. ros
103-Philllps, M. ros
408 Nawaakoa, Geo.
470 Wong Tal Poon, (Chinese Thoatro)
483 Evans, T. K. res
491 Maholona. Mrs. Sam. ros
COO Colburn, J. F. (Pearl City)
537 Hold, H. O. res
611 .Tapanoso Btoro, King street
570 Mahaulu, A. S. ros
681 Ripley, 0. U. res
GSO-Robollo, P. J.
5S9 Naka. T.
010-Ashloy, W. G. res
078 Leslie, F. L. res
708 Camp Boston,
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1893.
ADDITIONS TO THE JANUARY
Card of the Hawaiian Hell Telephone
400 Boston Camp.
100 Bovd, E res.
609 Circuit Court Arlon Hall.
550-Fire Police Hall.
152 Hawaiian Abstract and Title Co.
538 Hawaiian Fruit and Taro Co.
543 Kawalloa Hanch.
431 Klla, John.
357 King Street Hack Stand.
340-Kitcat, Rev V H re.
185 Mersouerg, J K les
244 Mctt, C ros.
399 Military Headquarters Palace.
358 Ncedham, Win res.
451 Wallace, Geo res.
rplIUEE HAWAIIAN BRED
JL Mules. Can bo seen at work
between the Kamehamcha Schools
and tho Masonic Temple any day.
Apply to E. B. THOMAS
CA. YARIOIC IS NO LONGER AU-
thorized to solicit orders or collect
money for our house from and after this
MAOFARLANE & CO., (L'n).
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 189J. 039-tf
ESTATE OF WO HOP, HONOLULU.
Wo Hop having made an assignmont
to me for the benctit of his creditors, all
porsons having claims against said Estote
aro roqueted to send them to me, at my
ofllce m Honolulu, duly verified, within
one week from date.
L. B. KERR.
Honolulu, Jan. 31, 1893. G38-lw
NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that tho follow
ing described Animals will
be sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY. Feb. 18.
llw, at 1:2 o'ciock noon, at the Government
Pound at Makiki:
1 Red Heifer, both ears split, no brand.
1 Cream-colored Horse, no brand.
1 Sorrel Maro, no brand.
1 Bay Marc, no brand.
1 Bay Mare, branded undescribably.
1 Iron-gray Maro, legs all shod, no brand.
KgP- Owners of tho above Animals must
send in thoir claims within 14 days, other
wise they will be sold on tho date above
named. D. KAOAO,
Honolulu, Feb. 0, 1893. 043-2t
Can he found, as usual, at his residenco,
Alakea street, next to British Club, or by
message at C. E. Williams' store, Fort
All work Guaranteed and visited a
second time. Pronuit attention to all
orders. Tuned the Piano for concert of
Musln, the celebrated violinist. C0,!-lni
Stylish and in First-class Order, can
ho had at a bargain.
tf- Tills Surrey is with Lamps and
complete in ovcry way, and can bo seen at
Wright it Son's Carriage Shop (upstairs),
King street; also
1 Fine Light Frazier Road Cart"
Nearly New can bo seen at samo place.
For particulars apply to
ELECTION OP OFFICERS.
AT A MEETING OF THE PORTU
gueso Mutual Benevolent Socletv ol
Hawaii at their Hall, on the 22d of Jan
uary, the Election of Olllcors for tho cur
rent year held on the 8th of January und
since advortlscd, was declared void and a
now olcttl'jn ordered on tho 20th of Jan
uary; at said election on tho 29th of Jan
uary, tho following olllcers wore duly
elected to serve for the current year:
P. A. Bias President,
A. h Medelros Vice-President,
M. G. Sllva Secretary,
J. P. Bias Trousurer.
noAiiiJ or iiiiii:uroi(s.
M. A. Gonsalvcs, F. F, Brunco, J. P. Rod
rlgues, A. O. I'estaua, J. J, Calirul.
IIOAUII OK AUIIITOltrf.
V. O. Tenjolra, M. Nunos, T. II. Triiu
guudu, J. G, Sllva, J. A. (lousalvos,
The Bally Bulletin ft delivered by
carrieri for fiO cent per month.
f-. f y,-if7 - T-rr
Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'Q
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 Ave 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 held against it. 1 hen
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 Gylinder 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 jn
general, .Our hands have
been dipped in other mercan
tile revolutions which resulted
profitably to every one on the
islandr. 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 SprcckoU' Block,