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SALE OF LEASE
Of Qovornmont Land tit Laupnhoo
hoe, Hilo, Hawaii.
On THURSDAY, March 2, IMKl, at IS!
o'clock noon, m ttio front untrnnco of AHI
olnni Hale, will bu sold nt Public Auction
tho Lease of all tlmt Tract of Government
Lund In tho District of llilo, Hawaii, lying
between Hie boundary of Maulua Xui, and
tho eastern edgo of Laupahochoo Gulch,
and extending from the sen to tho lino of
forest as surveyed nbout lJi miles niouka
Reserving to tho Government the right
of way for three roads running iintukn from
main road to the Forest. An area of CO 5-10
acres known as tho "Lydgato Hoineftend,"
and uls-o tho spring supplying tlu Laupa
hochoo Water Works. Area, JJ.tXX) acres a
llttlo more or less.
For further Information apply to the
I.-ind Ofllce, Interior Department".
Term Loose for 15 years.
Upset prlco ifl.-.'OO per annum, payable
keiui-annunlly in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllee. Jan. :!0, IKK!.
In accordance with Section 1, of Chapter
XXXV. of tho Session Laws of lstS, I
hereby give notice that on tho 1st dny of
March, 1NJJ, tho location of the Govern
ment Pound at Mahaehae, Mtikawoll, in
the District of Waimea, Kauai, will bo
changed to an eneloMtro near tho beach,
west of the river and maka! of the house
of Makalla in Panaowa, District of Wai
In accordance with Section 1, of Chapter
XXXV. of the SeMon Laws of 1SSS, 1
havo appointed Mr. G. Kauai. Pound-
master to the Government Pound at Pana
ewa, his commission dating the 1st day of
March, 1M3, vice P. I. Ktiwu, resigned.
.1. A. KING.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollico, Feb. 14, IMO.
SALE OF A
Government Lot at Knluaopalona,
On WEDNESDAY, March 15, 1WH, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olani Hale, will bo sold at Public Auction,
Government Jiuilding Lot Xo. 19 at Kaluti
opalena, Kalihi, Oahu, containing an area
of one 01-100 acres, a little moro or less.
Upset price $200.
J. A. KIXG,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflicc, Feb. 13, 1S93.
Holders of Water Piivilcgc, or those
paying Water Hates, are hereby notilied
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
don purposes are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
ind 4 to 0 o'clock p. si., until further notice.
JOHX O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. X. Wn.cox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 0, 1803.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF SBANDS.
All lirnnds must, by law, bo re-registered
prior to July 1, 1S03, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter be appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Onlm shall J)e nmdc'at
the Interior Ollico.
On the other Islands it shall bo done at
the Oiliccs of tho several Sheriff's.
u: x. Wilcox.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 2. 1892. Oa'J-tf
WM. HENRY, Kmj., has this day been
appointed Commissioner of Fences for the
District of Koolaupoko, Island of Oahu,
vice J. II. liarenabn, resigned.
The Hoard now consists as Jollow:
WM. H. LOWELL,
J. A. KIXG,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ollico, Feb'. 15, lb!),'l.
S. E. KALEIKAU, Esq., has this day
been appointed Notary Public for tho
Second Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian
Islands. J. A. KIXG,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllec, Feb. 11. 18!)'!. (H'Klt
ltUFUS A. LYMAN, Esq., has this day
been oppoiuted Notary Public for tho
Fourth Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian
Island-. J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollico, Fob. 11, lfcWJ. (i.rO-:it
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
1'ledyed to neither Seat nor Party,
JJut Established for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, FEB. 17, 1893.
A member of tho California Leg
islature is on trial for accepting a
bribe of $100 for his vote in favor of
a railway scheme. This is much
cheaper than tho purist party's
bribors had to pay some Hawaiian
legislators at last session, notwith
standing Mr. Thurston's quotation
of SoO as tho price currout for the
voto of a Hawaiian. California has
produced enough corrupt legislators
and jurymen of late years to fairly
qualify it for tho blessings of revo
lution. A correspondent calls attention to
tho foolish action of tho Road Su
pervisor in robbing tho highway at
Jvalilii of the shade trees that have
taken years to come to a useful size.
What is tho uo of legislation for
tho protection and promotion of
forost growth, if public officials are
to bo allowed to join tho wanton
destruction of trees? There is no
place where trees are more needed
for shade than along tho very road
mentioned, and tlio Road Super
visor should bo prevented from do
iug any moro mischievous cutting,
A correspondent of tho Now York
Nation, writing to point out defects
in tho Massachusetts net to prevent
corrupt practicos, says: "In our in
sane droad of oxoeutivo powor. wo
havo so oinasculatod and stranglod
it tliat thoro is uot enough loft for
tho ordinary requirements of gov
ornment, and oven those who hold
oxocutivo ollico daro not raiso their
voices in criticism of their tnastors
in tho Legislature." On tho other
hand, some States of tho Union
havo in tho later editions of their
constitutions so tied tho hands of
their Legislatures that it is a wicked
waste of raw material to send men
of brains and originality into tho
MENT. Mr. Hatch, as the legal mouth
piece of tho Provisional Govern
ment, declared in upon court this
afternoon, '"This Govorninont has
not undertaken to limit itself to act
in any particular mannor." This is
what tho Bulletin has been con
tending in ditVeront words for souio
time, but its warnings havo boon
called "unfair criticism" by some of
the shopkeopiug statesmen of tho
joint Council. An iustanco of tho
Government's unlimited assumption,
on which one of its highest officials
called a halt tho other day, was tho
spending of money without author
ity of any kind of law.
After a Perilous Ocean Voyage Mate
Brown is Deprived of Medical
Tho crew of tho -wrecked bark
Lad' Lampson was landed in safotj'
on Hawaiian shores on Monday
afternoon, after a perilous ocean
voyage and exposure to heat and
rain of twenty-eight days. Tho cap
tain and his wife woro taken to the
Eagle House, whore thoy woro treat
ed kindly. The other five sailors,
after being given refreshments in
town, were taken to tho Queen's
Hospital, where they received and
are now receiving medical treatment.
On Tuesday morning something
which appeared in tho papers, said
to havo como from tho captain's
wife, enraged Mate Brown, who call
ed at the Eagle Houso and, it is al
leged, threatened to kill her should
sho say an' moro about him.
Mato Brown was arrested tho
same afternoon and has been lan
guishing in the Station siuco, a
period of threo days. Although ho
lias received his meals regularly ho
has been deprived of medical aid
and attendance. Brown is an oldorly
man, being over sixty years of ago.
He is lame also, and his limbs are
stiff from tho cramped position in
tho uoat on tuo voyage.
This matter should bo attended t'o
by the authorities for the sake of'
humanity and the golden rule, Do
unto others as you would havo others
do unto you."
Though tho Road Board has made
a good choice in our present Road
Supervisor, who is proving himself
an industrious and efficient official,
eager to give us improved and good
roads, 1 do not endorse his ideas in
radically cleaning our streets and
highways of everything that is
beautiful and agreeable, aB he has
done and is still doing on King
street, in Palama, opposite Kamoha
inoha School, in cutting all the al
goroba trees, spared so long evi
dently with tho view to provide com
fort and shelter for pedestrians
against tho scorching sun.
And, for what purpose is it dono?
I must confess I don't know, for
surely thoy were not in tho way, be
ing almost in a straight lino on the
siclo of tho road in such a way as to
form tho natural boundary between
road and sidewalk, if it is the inten
tion of our Road Supervisor to make
a sidewalk, for which there is plenty
of rooms and great need, especially
in bad and rainy weather.
I do not want to mako assertions,
for I mav bo mistaken, but it seems
to mo that somebody is in noed of
firewood and thinks this a good and
cheap way of getting it, or is it sold
at auction or otherwise for tho bene
fit of tho Government? If so, I uover
heard of it.
In almost all European countries
trees are considered an ornament,
and planted along the roads and
taken care of at groat oxponso, but
hero in Hawaii wo know hotter, we
do not need these luxuries; we don't
oven want thorn for nothing?
What is our Road Board good for
if it permits, or norhaps oven orders
such doings, for it certainly must bo
aware of it, as ono of its members
lives in Kalihi, and is going over tho
whole length of tho road twice a
day. A Citizen.
Thoy Want Good Government.
Truth in tho Advertiser siys:
"That thoy have had every chance
to successfully govern their native
country, no ono can dony, and that
thoy havo utterly failed in doing so,
is universally admitted by all per
sons of common sense." Everyone
with "common sense" is well aware
that tho natives havo novor govern
ed their country, nor havo thoy over
tried to, in tho sonso that Truth
would have tho public believe. Tho
natives for many years woro willing,
and are now at tho present time
willing, to trust a largo share of tho
governing of their country into tho
hands of upright, square-dealing
white men, who will not deceive
thuiu. But where will you find that
class of men here at present, Mr.
Truth, will you please point thorn
oat? You will havo to look outside
of the ranks of those who robbed
the natives of their birthright in
1887, for tho propor ones to govern.
MRS. LEAVIXT'S IiEOTURE.
Tho Round - tho World Exhortor
Mnkos a Bravo Appoal for Purity.
Mrs. Mary Oloniont-Loavitt gavo
a lecture to mon over sixteen years
of ago at tho Y. M. O. A. hall yester
day evening. About thirty young
men woro present, and woro troatod
to an interesting discourso on tho
"Conduct of Life." Mrs. Loavitt
advised all young mon to memorize
tho Biblo as far as possible in order
that should thoy bo tempted to do
wrong a vorso of Scripturo would
savo them. Sho impressed on thoso
present tho necessity of leading
pure lives, tho fruits of which would
bo reaped in their future, whou thoy
have had affiliated thomsolvos in
marriago to pure wotnon. Sho dwelt
on tho vices obsorvod prevalent
in foreign countries, principally in
Gouoa, Italy; Stockholm, Sweden,
and tho Orient. London, sho said,
was a Christian city in comparison
of its inhabitants with thoso of tho
before-mentioned places, although
there woro about 50,000 impure wo
men thoro and 17,000 entering tho
list voarly. Sho had not visited a
city loss in need of lecturing on this
subject than Honolulu. It was tho
speaker's intention of introducing
tho wlnto Cross socioty noro, al
though sho would not ask it now.
When sho returned next winter sho
hoped to soo tho young mon of this
city banded together to light against
vice and its consequent degradation.
Should sho find that thoy havo not
dono so, sho will oxhort thorn to
mako a beginning.
Tho lecturer's remarks woro lis
tened to with great earnestness by
thoso present. Sho spoke three
quarters of an hour. On tho plat
form bosido hor were Hon. J. B.
Athorton, who introduced hor, and
Rev. S. E. Bishop.
Chips is Charged With. Destroying a
Boat After Building It.
A warrant was issued oil Wednes
day for tho arrest of Schreibor alias
Chips on a charge of malicious in
jury, in destroying a boat belonging
to Mr. Geo. Bocklov. pursor of tho
steamer Kinau. An officer mot
Sehroibor on the street and asked
him if his name was Chips. Schreibor
answered that ho had just mot
Chips around tho corner. After tho
officer loft ho made tracks, but it
was in vain, as tho officer, finding
that ho had boon fooled, retraced
his stops and gavo chase. Schreibor
was caught and landed in tho Sta
tion. Ho was brought up bofore
tho Police Magistrate yesterday and
his case further romandW until the
arrival of tho steamer Kinau on
Wednesday. Bail was fixed at $100.
Tho following facts havo boon
gathered regarding Chips' arrest:
Chips accepted a contract to build a
boat for Mr. Bockloy for $G0. Ho
found after a while that his bid was
too low and asked for more money.
Mr. Beckloy gavo hiin $15 more,
making it $75. Chips was not satis
fied but wanted $100 for his work.
His modest request was not granted,
aim in mo nignt. uncier cover oi
darkness, it is alleged, ho cut tho
boat in sovoral places, destroying it,
hence his arrest.
Mr. Chips is tho same individual
who shot his own shadow in tho
Govorninont building yard, thinking
it was a chip of the old block from
tho other world. Ho has not yet
SLEPT THIRTY HOURS.
The Extraordinary Trance Experi
enced by a Nevada German.
Bert Kluenoy, a German who
works at the Lafayette Hotel, is
fairly ontitled to tho bolt as tho
champion sleopor of Winnomucea.
Last Saturday ho retired early, as
was his usual custom. Sunday morn
ing, however, Kluenoy failed to come
to time. An investigation was mado,
and tho tardy German was found to
bo still wrapped in tho bedclothes
and sound asleep.
All ordinary olforls to awaken him
failed, and a galvanic battery was
secured and an electric current sent
through him sufficient to havo
shocked the morals of a Reno dude.
Electricity wouldn't work, howovor,
aud tho attempt was given up. His
Dreaming was regular anu natural,
his pulse normal, and thoro soomed
to bo nothing moro tho matter with
him than a persistent determination
Kluouoy continued in this tranco
liko condition until 2 o'clock Mouday
morning, when he suddenly bounded
out of bed, scaring the persons who
woro attendiiiL' him half to death.
Ho acted like a crazy man and waut
od to kill some ono, but was sub
dued, and stated that ho had boon
perfectly conscious aud hoard and
felt everything all tho time, but was
unable to move a muscle or utter n
word. Tho romarkablo tranco lasted
about thirty hours. When ho re
covered tho German vowed vougo
unco on his tormentors, who used
rather sovoro means in the attempt
to awaken him, but thought better
of itandvury naturally thanks his
stars for recovering from this uufor
tunato predicament. Winnemucea
Joseph V. Don, of Warsaw, 111.,
was troubled with rhoiiinalisin and
tried a miiiibor of diUoroiitromodios,
but says nono of thom soomod to do
him any good, but liniilly ho got
hold of ono that spoodily cured linn,
Ho was much pleased with it, and
felt sure that others similarly afliiut
ed would like to know what tho
remedy was that cured him. Ho states
for tho benefit of tho public that it
is called Chamberlain's i-ain Balm,
For salo by all doalors. Benson,
Smith & Co,, Agonts for tho Hawai
Tho article of special convenience
in ovory household and ollico
throughout tho islands, and tho most
accoptablo to send to friends abroad
because it deals only with facts
and liguros is a cony of tho Ha
waiian Annual for 181)!). Price," 7"
cents each, or 85 cents mulled abroad.
COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION.
Johnson Shirt Co. vs. Tho Poo-
plo ox rol.
Summons with Notice.)
Tub SumTMAKitn, attorney for plaintiff,
corner King and Alakca streets.
Hand-mk-Down Shirt, defendant's attor
ney for all the stores,
TO THE PUBLIC :
l'ott are hereby summoned nnd n'om
mandod to npp'oar, all othor business
oxcubos, notwithstanding that, A. L.
Johnson makes tho best and cheap
est lino of all kinds of Shirts at his
factory, cornor King nnd Alnlton
street in tho City of Honolulu, Coun
ty of Good Govorninont, State of
Oahu, botwoon tho hours of 8 a. in.
and 5 p. m., on and after tho 0th day
of October, 1802, and then andthoio
show cause why you Bhould not bo
fmnishod for not patronizing tho
our ostnblishod shirtmakor and to
testify to tho best of your knowledgo
as to tho quality and mako of John
sou's Shirts with all tho latest and
best improvements mado to order,
and for sale by tho abovo plaintiff in
mo auovo said promises. Should
you fail to put in an appoaranco in
tho abovo said placo you will bo
adjudged guilty of contempt, for
feit a good shirt and bo sontoncod
for lifo eating Poi.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Plaintiff's Attorney, cornor King and
N. B. Orders received by mail.
Prove nil things, and hold fast to
that which is good.
No shyster collectors need appear.
A halo old man, Mr. Jasv. Wilson,
of Aliens Springs, 111., who is ovor
GO years of ago, says: "I havo in my
time tried a groat many medicines,
some of excellent quality; but novor
boforo did I find any that would so
completely do all that is claimed for
it as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Romody. It is .truly
a wonderful medicine." For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
The Daily Bulletin is delivered by
earner (or HO cents per mo7ith.
Mr. Lorenzo F. Sleeper is very
well known to the citizens of Apple
ton, Me., aud neighborhood. He
says: ' ' Eight years ago I was taken
' sick, and suffered as no one but a
" dyspeptic can. I then began tak
"ing August Flower. At that time
"I was a great sufferer. Every
" thing I ate distressed me so that I
"had to throw it up. Then in a
" few moments that horrid distress
" would come on and I would have
" to eat and suffer
"again. I took a
"little of your med
"iciue, and feltmuch
"better, and after
" taking a little more
' ' August Flower my
" Dyspepsia disap
peared, aud since that time I
" have never had the first sign of it.
"lean eat anything without the
" least fear of distress I wish all
"that are afflicted with that terrible
"disease or the troubles caused by
"it would try August Flower, as I
" am satisfied there is no medicine
"equal to it."
THE PREMISES LATE
ly occupied hy P. P.
Kunoa on King Htrect. It
has a Large Yard and tho
Houso ia very convenient.
U53-2W JOHN F. COW1UHN.
TO PLANT LOVERS
UNDERSIGNED DESIRES TO
notify the mihlie that he in prepared
to Propagate any kind of Tree, Shrub or
ik. iHiuiiniL'. vinimr. or
No payments will be re
quired until they are "well rooted, which
will take irom six weeks to fix months, ac
cording to its genns. Now is tho time for
luilies to make present-) whether exotics or
natives, to her friends. I will also under
take to eradicate all insects that prey upon
or suck the sap from trees and other vege
tables, which can bo expelled from 50 to i0
hours; no enre no pay.
Ctf The Cofl'ee and Orange family a
!.r3-lm UUM.ETIN Olllee.
A FRESH LOT OF
HAY and KRAIN
I'Blt "8. O. WILDER"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit
RALl'H MKRROW, FROM Ml SOT
('orner, Maine, left home hivou veurs
ago; was then 'JO years of ago; A feut 10
Inches In height; dark hair and nyiw; llrnl
joint of Ihumb on left hand gone, If he
will communicate with tho undersigned lie
will hear of something to his advantage,
Jl. II. NORTON,
Occidental and Oriental S.S, Co,
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steniners of the nhova Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their way to tho abovo
ports on or about tho folio wIhr dates:
Stmr "CHINA" . .
Stmr "CHINA". .
Stmr "CHINA" .. .
. .Feb. 20, 1803
. April 11, 18!)3
.May 11, 18!W
. ..Tulv I), 1W
. .Aiils 7, 1
. .Sept. 18, 18!
. .Oct. 1(1, 18!).'!
..Nov. 27, 1S'J.'1
. .Dee. 2.-), 181)3
.. Vol). 6, 1801
. Marehr., 18S11
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steniners of tho nbovo Compnmes will
emi m iionoiniu on tneir wny irom nong-
... 1. AAiiiujiuu uu uivii uy Hum .iuii(i"
sne and Yokohama to tho nbovo port on
: about the following dates:
Stmr "CHINA". ..
April 9, 1893
.Mny 7. 1893
Stmr "GAELIC". . .May 29, 1893
Stmr "CITY OF PEKING".
Stmr "CHINA" Juno II), 1893
Stmr "11ELO10" .. .lune 27, 1893
Stmr "l'EUU" July 7, 1893
Stmr "OCEANIC" Julv 17, 1893
Stmr "CITY OF IUODE JANEIRO"
July 2.1, 1893
Stmr "OAEMC" Aug. 0, 1893
Stmr "CITY OF PEKING"
Stmr "OCEANIC" Sept. 23, 1893
Stmr "CHINA" Nov. 11, 1893
Stmr "OCEANIC" Dee. 4, 1893
Stmr "CITY OF PEKING"
Jan. 2, 1894
Stmr "OCEANIC" . . . .Feb. 12. 1894
Stmr "CHINA" March 20, 1894
Stmr "GAELIC" May 14, 1891
Round. Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $360.
SXP For Freight and Pnssnge apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
2C7 tf Agents.
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Just Received Ex "Australia"
Lawn Tennis Backets, $3.60 to $G.
" " Nets, full court.
" " 1'olcs.
Tops, fie. to 10c.
Croquet Sets, $1.50 to $12.
Base Balls, 10c. to $1.50.
Base Bull Bats, 10a. to 90i.
Masks, $1 to $4.
Catcher's Gloves, 50c. to $7.50.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Children's Picture Books
Pocket Knives & Scissors,
FULL AND eOMI'MSTK LINE OK
Royal Irish fa Stationery
Fall Bound Blank Books
At San Francisco Prices.
Blank Books & Office Supplies
The Nippon Yiiben Kaisha's Al Steamer
Will be due at this port on or about the
:28th inst. and will leave for
On SATURDAY, March 4th,
gjBF- For information regarding Freight
and Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
General Agent Nippon Yusen Kaisha.
DR. M, L. MINER, D. V. S,
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
Slables. Iloth Tele-
8 to 10 a. m.;
:'M to 3:S0 p.
MF- Ri;hiiu!M-k: With Dr. F. L. Miner,
liurutaulit street-Hell Tele. IIUIj Mutual
All Calls Will Receive Prompt Attention.
W. T. MONSABRAT,
Veterinary :- Surgoon
Government Veterinary Hurgcon, Inspector
of stock. PortofHonoiu u.
Excellent Accommodation for Patients
Risk in Throwing Horses,
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
VKTURI X.VHY DKNT1STUY,
tOf Orders for Plantation anil Hunch
Stock will rreulvu piuiupt attention,
Mutual 183 TELEPHONES Boll 00.
fMV. WEEKLY RUI.DETIN-W UOL--L
limns of Interesting Rending Matter.
IblaiidMl; mallod to foruluu countries,
Hawaiian Harflware Go., L'ft
Saturday, Feb. 11, 1893.
The discussion on the rain
fall in Honolulu during the
past week was interesting to
men who sold rubber .coats,
not particularly so with us
because we deal somewhat in
Aermotors and when the rain
fall is greatest our sales in
that particular article fall off.
People do not require artificial
means of obtaining Avater
when it rains twelve or four
teen inches in twenty minutes.
For the next two weeks or
longer the attention ol the
people will be riveted on the
American navy and the
But we want to claim the
attention of the gentle house
wife for a few minutes. Dur
ing the week we received
glassware suited to the purse
of the people who are passing
through a period of hard times.
It's not cheap looking stuff but
something that will go side by
side with cut glass. Instead
of the conventional white it is
of white with provisional red
blending delicately into the
white. Some sets have bird
and flowers etched into the
red showing the white surface
underneath, the prettiest, how
ever, have a fan cut into the
red giving it a rich effect. We
don't wish -to deceive you in
the latter style, it is really cut
glass but the price suggests
something poor in quality.
We have berry bowls and
saucers (they'll do admirably
for ice cream), lemonade tank
ards and goblets. We will
sell them in sets or single
pieces. These are really the
handsomest pieces of cheap
glassware we have ever offered
In 1887 there was as much
excitement in Great Britain
over the anniversary of
Victoria's accession to the
throne as there is now in the
United States over the pros
pect of the Columbian Exposi
tion; everything there was
"jubilee." A man wore a
"Jubilee coat" and he drank
"Jubilee gin." A lady wore
"jubilee hose" or was classed
as a back number. Hawaii is
undergoing a bit of a change
just now accompanied by some
excitement but we get only an
echo of the thunder; the noise
itself is made in the United
States, for the British Lion has
no time to grunt at anybody
else while he is roaring in
Egypt. But we digress! To
follow the lines laid down by
the English in '87 and the
Yankees in 92-3 we must
adopt a name for certain of
our goods suitable to the
period and events of today.
For the next few weeks we
will ask you to try our "Provi
sional Rat traps" nothing like
them has ever been shown in
Hawaii. Fancy catching
eleven rats at a single setting;
they take everything in sight.
The only objection we, as
dealers, have to them is the
fact of their catching so many
rats that the supply is soon
Then we mention our
"Provisional Bells" for the
table or doors. These have
taken the place of the once
famous "290" bell that has
gone out of date. We recom
mend the "provisional" in
preference to anything we
have in stock. The table bells
are heavily plated and well
adapted to a climate like ours
where even a coat will rust.
Electric door bells and attach
ments for windows are among
the useful things offered you.
Several kinds of flour sifters
have been on this market of
late years and each one ap
parently an improvement on
the one that preceded if. By
the Mariposa we received
another new one belonging
evidently to the "Victor"
family, as they are similar in
appearance to those of that
name. You will remember
tint- in thi Wintnr irn hirnwl a
lliat m tntJ victorvou turned a
crank. In the new kind, the
"Barlow," you simply shake it
and a wire connection at the
bottom sifts the flour.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite BprcckuU' lllouk,
Bruco & A. J. Cartwriglit.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit tho Times.
THAT VERY DK8IR
nblo Rcsldonce at pre
sent occupied by James
Lovo as a homestead, situ
ate on King streot opposlto tho residence
of Dr. 0. P. Andrews. Houso contains
Iirgo Parlor, Dining-room, 8 Largo Bed
rooms, Kitchen, etc. Roomy Stables and
Servant's Quartors In roar; only 10 min
utes' walk to tho Post Olllee. Possession
givon In March, 1803. . 003-tf
Two-story Drick Building
formerly the rcsldonce of tho lato II. J.
I..LII IlllintllU UlUllHUSi '
Hart, siluato on Nuumm Avenuo below
School stieet. Terms easy. 023-tf
NOTK lleforo seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at once consult tho under
signed at their olllee.
KFWo keep proporty in first-class con
dition. Our terms are moderate and as
landlords wo will always be found reason
able In our dealings.
&- Apply In each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
'Oartwright Building," Merchant street.
To Lot or Loaso.
ed House near town.
Kniiulro at Bulletin Ollico.
rpVO NI0KL.Y FUR
X nlshed Rooms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
BuLi.r.TiN Ofllce. 353-tf
HOUSK ON KINAU,
near Pensacola street.
IS. 11. HUMIUY,
(!07-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
TVTKW HOUSE OF FIVE
-L rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. O.. etc. Commands
one of tho finest views in Honolulu.
to (477-tf ) J. M. VIVAS
A NICE COTTAGE ON
x jl. Bcretanla street, near
i ueurooms, isnui-
room, Diningroom, Pantry and Kitchon,
Servant's room, Carriage House, Stable, etc'.
Tramcais pass every
oiiiuu ui mils paper,
TO LET OB LEASE
TIIK COTTAGE AT NO.
258 King street, lately
occupied by II r. M. S. Lew,
eontuinimril Bedrooms. Par-'
i T;;. t-!.. l ... TT7. .
iui, jjuuiig-juuiii, jviicueu aim juwtruuiu ;
Stable in yard; Artesian Wator laid on.
For particulars and torms, applv to
013-tf at E. 0. Hall & Sons'.
On Account of Departure.
A TRACT OF DAND, NEAR
Moililll and Boretania
street, of about 8 Acres, favor
ably located for division into
BuildiiiL' Lots: nt present cul
tivated for vegetables, rice and bananas;
water from two Artesian Wells. Apply to
P. O. Box 412, Honolulu.
A NKWIA'nUIIr COT
tage 24x:i, contain
ing 4 Rooms, Kitchen and
Bathroom, on a Lot 50 feet
frontage on Beckwith street near Puuahou: .
5 minutes' walk from tho tramcars; Arte
sian Wator. Apply to
010-lw P. O. Box Wi, Honolulu.
Tho following choice bit of word painting
occurs in Hawthorne's Marble Faun:
" Women bo they of what earthly rank
thoy may, however gifted with intellect or
gunlus, or endowed with awful beauty, have
always some little handiwork ready to fill
tho tiny pap of ovory vacant moment. A
needle is fumlllar to tho lingers of them all.
A queen, no doubt, plies It on occasion; tho
woman poet can use it as adroitly as her
peit; tho woman's eye, that lias discovered
a now star, turns from its glory to bond tho
polished llttlo instrument gleaming along
the hem of her kerchief, or to darn a casual
fray in her dress. And they havo greatly
tho advantage of us in this respect. The
slender tnread of silk or cotton keeps them
united with tho small, familiar, gentlo in
terests of life, tho continually operating iu
llueucesof which do so much for the health
of tho character, aud carry oil' what would
otherwise be a dangerous accumulation of
morbid sunsibility. A vast deal of human
sympathy runs along this electric line,
stretching from tho throne to tho wicker
cliuir of tho humblest seamstress, and
keeping high and low in a species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
HoiibuwiveH, whllo you ply tne needle,
havo you over rellected on tho vicissitudes
of life? See to it that your husbands nro-
vlilo for tho future welfare of their fainlllei
by at once applying for a Poliuv in tho
tftiUlTAUI.li I'll-"?; AKHURA.N'OIO SO
OlliTY of tho United States. No moro
suitable gift could bo oll'ered to you.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
(leneral Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands
hijultablo Life Assurance Society of tho
United States. '
A I--1 (bT-UhASS I'AMILY BATHINO
j. a. iiuouri
lit Wulklkl. TriiiiumiM ,.....
tho gate. Special urrangemoiits can bu
muilu for l'umlly Picnics and liviniim.
Buthlng Parties. '