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In accordance with Section 1, ot Chapter
XXXV. of the Bossion Iaws of 1888, I
horoby give notlco that on the 1st day of
March, 1893, tho location of tho Govcrn
ment Pound at Mahaoliao, Makawcll, in
tho District of Walmea, Kauat, will bo
changed to an enclosure near tho bench,
west of the river and ntakal of the house
of Makalla In Panaewa, District of Wal
In accordance with Section 1, of Chapter
XXXV. of tho Session Laws of 18S8, I
have nppolnted Mr. G. Kauai, Pountl
m aster to tho Government Pound at l'aua
ewn, his commission dating tho 1st day of
March, 1893, vice P. I. Kuwu, resigned.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 14, 189J.
SALE OF LEASE
a Tract of
On WEDNEBDAY, March 8, 1893, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance oi Alil
olanl Halo, will bo sold at Public Auction
tho Lease of that Tract of Government
Land lying between tho land of Huinuula
and tho land of Kniwlkt, L. C. A. 9971, In
Hllo District, Hawaii, and extending from
sea to boundary about 11,000 foot mauka of
samo and containing an area of 1300 acres
more or less.
Term Lease for 20 years.
Upset price, $J02 pur annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ofllce, February 7, 1893.
WM. HENRY, Esq., has this day been
appointed Commissioner of Fences for the
District of Koolaupoko, Island of Oahu,
vice J. H. Darcnabu, resigned.
Tho Board now consists as follows:
WM. H.. LOWELL,
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Feb. 15, 1S93.
PAY DAYS hereafter, at the Interior
Ofllce, will be MONDAYS and WEDNES
DAYS, for General Payment; and SATUR
DAYS, for Pay Rolls only.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 17, 1893. VU-3t
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Tho lntost nowspapor tolographic
nows on tho Hawaiian question at
Washington is givon olsowhoro.
Nothing lator has boon hoard by tho
Govornmont, as a Bulletin ropro
sontntivo loarnod from Mr. V. 0.
Jonos, Ministor of Finance, in tho
Council chambor this afternoon.
His boliof was that Mr. Thurston
had reserved his tolographic advices
for tho stoamor Australia, which was
to leave San Francisco tho day aftor
tho stoamor China. Tho gist of tho
nows so far as rocoivod would indi
cate tho innninonco of an annexation
treaty being passed by tho Senate.
Mr. Hanison's reported eagerness
to have the acquisition of
tho islands consummated, as a
brilliant stroke of statesmanship bo
foro his retirement, is a confirmation
of tho report from Washington long
before the revolution that such is
just what ho was working for. If
tho indications aro not tho factitious
product of pooplo with whom tho
wish is father to the thought, those
Hawaiian Islands may at this mo
ment bo in fact American territory.
Thoro is just a ehauco that tho Ad
ministration might havo delayed
final action to hoar tho Queon's side
from her Commissioner. As to tho
form of government it is intimated
that tho rulo will bo in the hands of
Commissioners like the District of
Columbia in which Washington, tho
Fedoral capital, is situated. This
means that tho people of tho laud
will not havo any say in affairs. Such
a form would bo akin to tho system
of a British crown colony, and
cannot bo regarded as permanent.
It may be a necessary stage of
preparation for a matured S3'stem of
local self-government. At all events,
whatover the rosults of tho change
may be, a majority of tho people of
tho islands are relieved from any
responsibility in tho matter. It is a
case of tho strong taking charge of
tho weak, porhaps for tho good of
tho weak, porhaps otherwise. With
al, it is gratifying to learn that the
lato Sovereign and her heir are to
havo decent treatment, as to pro
vision for their personal comfort.
contrary to the desiro of a class of
tho revolutionists innocent of the
possession of any conscience.
COFFEE PLANTING IN ICON A.
Written for the Btiu.r.TtN.
Tho coffeo industry was, to within
tho last fow yoars. almost ontirely in
tho hands of natives. Tho patches
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, FEB. 20, 1893.
A useful contribution to tho litera
ture of the coffee industry appears
to-day from tho pen of Mr. W. Mid
ler, who is engaged in planting
coffee in Kona. Wo should bo pleas
ed if other practical men made free
use of our columns in adding to tho
stock of general information on the
Tho amount of benevolent work
done annually by tho women of
California is something grand, ac
cording to the statement reprinted
in this paper from a Now York
journal. There at least woman has
emancipated herself from old fogy
manners that might have interfered
with her doing of good.
Official Vandalism Refuted.
Tho two sideshow sheets Liberal
and Holomua are exorcised over an
alleged chango of ownership in tho
Bulletin. They are both away off.
The Bulletin will continue as here
tofore to be devoted strictly to the
public interests, "pledged to neither
sect nor party," -with its columns
open to respectful discussion on any
side of politics.
If it is to be annexation, perhaps
tho idea of splicing tho group upon
California is the best. It is certainly
better than any schomo that would
admit of any situation horo such as
tho present one in Kansas, where
two factions have each sot up a
Legislature, and tho rival Legisla
tures are menacing one another with
In the evening Bulletin of tho 17th
iust. appears a letter from "Citizen,"
purporting to expose acts of official
vandalism perpetrated by me, in
cutting down trees near tho lvamoha
meha schools, and insinuating that
I am unlawfully disposing of the
firowood thus obtained. "Citizen"
would do well to make sure of facts
before launching out in accusations.
Tho facts are those:
By law. no sidewalks aro built out
side of the city limits. Said limit
ending where tho track to tho rice
plantation crosses the Palama road,
consequently no sidewalks are made
beyond that place. Tho trees cut
down were growing in a zigzag
manner along the road, tho gutter
for which lies two feet from tho Ka
mehameha school wall, and there
fore they interfered with the road.
Tho only tree not in the way is one
left standing near the school gate.
I always make a point of sparing
trees, if I possibly can; witness the
trees oil both sides of Borotania
street and other places. Tho trees
cut down in Palama yielded the im
mense amount of one and a half
cords of 'firewood, which was sold to
Messrs. Dodge and Fernandez for
ton dollars the Minister of the In
terior having ordered me to sell the
wood on tho spot at any price and
thus avoid tho expense' and trouble
of carting it to the Govorinnout
yard. I would invito "Citizen," be
fore ho again goes baud into a mat
ter regarding roads, to call at tho
office, where he will be courteously
received, anu obtain all inlormation
regarding tho cutting down of trees,
selling of firowood or whatever else
he may wish to inquire into pro
bono publico, or for his own privato
edification. Thanking you for tho
space kindly afforded mo.
W. H. CusisiiNas,
Honolulu, Fob. 20, 1893.
of coffee disporsed all through tho
district are, with Uio exception oi
tho plantation at Napoopoo, merely
tho romains of humlrods of acres
planted some fifty yoars ago. These i
patches having survivod tho blight I
and yoars of drought may bo pro-)
sumod to stand in soil and under
conditions most suitablo for coffee.
As thoso ancient trees are found in
pahoohoo land as well as in aa land,
the thoory that aa is a sine qua won
for coffeo is exploded. Yet it is a
fact that by far the greater portion
is found on aa lands, and tho surviv
ing patches horo are larger and more
From tho foregoing it must bo in
ferred that the superiority of tho aa
over tho pahoohoo is to bo attribut
ed not to a chemical difforenco in
thoir composition, but rat her to some
other nocossari' proportios found
more lanrolv in tho former than in
in tho latter. What thoso properties
are mav bo readily soon in tin differ
ence of tho naturo of theso two dis
trict lava flows.
The pahoohoo is of a more solid
substance and sheds tho wator; it be
gins to disintegrate at the surface, tho
soil thus formed accumulates in the
lower places, winch accounts for tho
fact that the depth of soil on these
lands is not at all uniform. It is in
theso so-called pockets that some
healthy old coffeo trees aro found.
Tho a-a is of a light and porous
substanco, and owing to its groat
rapidity in cooling has a tondoncy
to pile up in greatly brokon-up
masses. Most aa flows aro therefore
of great depth. It also allows tho
wator freely to enter and hence be
gins to disintegrate at the bottom, thus
forming in time a soil of groat and
In pahoohoo land you dig through
soil and find rock in aa land you
dig through rock and find soil. This
soil boinir of a gravelly charac
ter allows tho water to sink through
and retains moisture through
mouths of dry weather.
Tho rocks or stones invariably
found on tho surface of such lands
aid in keeping it clean of grass and
also retain tho warmth so necessary
to 3'oung trees. Some of our most
uninvitingly rough lands will, I be
lieve, prove our best coffee lands.
Different opinions havo been hold
by various planters as to tho kind of
plants preferred for planting. Tho
old stylo of merely digging up half-
grown trees ola spontaneous growtn
aud transplanting them is, I beliove,
practiced at present by natives only.
The other fnodes aro, transplanting
from nurseries, stump planting, and
transplanting very young (two
leaved) plants of a spontaneous
Equally good results seonied to bo
achieved by these throe modes of
planting; but as practical men seem
to learn more toward stump-planting,
I shall explain it further.
Young trees of about half an inch
diameter are carefully dug up, tho
steins cut off a couple of inches from
the roots, and these stumps, that is
tho roots with the short stems, aro
then planted a trille deopor than
they stood before. Of tho several
shoots that will sprout from tho
stoms only one is left to develop into
Theso trees should bear within
two years. I cannot refrain from
saying hero that tho success of a
coffee plantation depends not so
much on the inodo of planting as on
tho all-important matter, tho right
kind of soil.
Tlio Buff and Bluo -Maintain Thoir
Superiority in tho Sport. .
Tho football gamo on Saturday
afternoon drow a largo crowd of peo
ple, who watched with absorbing In
torost and applauded ovory pretty
and scientific play of the teams. Tho
! competitors woro tho Pimahous and
I Pacifies. Tho Pacifies in whito dress
I appeared on tho grounds first, fol
I lowed by tho Punahous in bluo and
I buff. Tho toams lined up at -1:10
o clock as lonows:
Pacifies G6al, Emoric: right and
left backs, Caruo3' mm lluovsky;
qiiaitor back, A. F. Judd, Jr., (Cap
tain); right and loft ends, Pock and
Crane; right and left tackle, Woods
and Kauhauo; forwards, Anderson
and Pahau, contor, Baker.
Punahous Goal, Cooke; right aud
loft backs, J". It. Judd (Captain) and
Hapai; quartor back, Watorhouso;
right aud loft ouds, Chamberlain
and Fardon; right and loft tackles,
Wool; anu naysolclon; iorwartis, itoss
COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION.
and Walkor; contor. Holt.
Tho Pacifies won tho toss and by
dint of hoavy crowding carried tho
ball into Punahou territory. It did
not stay thoro long, however, as tho
buff and bluo kopt pressing tho Pa
cifies back aud considerable fino in
dividual play was made. Tho sig
nals of tho Punahous puzzled tho
town boys, and finally tho ball was
passod to Hapai, when ho cleared
the barrior and inado a clean run
across tho field, scoring a touch
down, 4 points. A goal was kicked,
making tho scoro b points to U.
Tho socoud play was made a fow
minutes lator by tho Pacifies. Thoy,
howevor, lost tho ball, Judd pick
ing it up and was distancing his
oppononts when his brothor captain
tackled him from behind. Ho foil
heavily and sprained his loft log.
Ho was carried from tho field and
Dayton substituted. Hapai made
-another brilliant run, closely guard
ed by his co-playors, aud scored
another touchdown. Another goal
mado the scoro 12 to 0.
Tho town boys mado a decided
buck against defeat, but it was light
ing wiui late, al ine euu oi mo
first half tho Punahous stood 18 to
0. In tho second half Kuovsky for
tho town boys scored a touchdown
and Emorick put it over tho goal,
scoring (5 points. In tho latter half
Einerick was disabled and Singer
took his place. Before tho game
ended the Punahous scored 8 more
points, making it 26 to 0.
Fish horns woro in abundance on
tho grounds and tho yelling of tho
kids on tho bleachers' fence was at
times deafening. A sehoolbo' par
aded tho ground with a high beaver
hat and an umbrella of buff. Tho
gamo, although a little one-sided,
was interesting throughout.
A. L. Johnson Shirt Co. vs. Tho Poo
plo ox rol.
(.Summons with Notice.)
Tub SirniTMAKitn, nttornoy for plaintiff,
corner King and Alakca streets.
Hand-me-Down SmttT, defendant's attor
ney for nil tho stores.
TO THE PUBLIC :
I'ott are hereby summoned and com
manded to appear, all other business
oxcusos, notwithstanding that, A. L.
Johnson makes tho best aud cheap
est lino of all kinds of Shirts at his
factory, corner King and Alakoa
stroot in thoCity of Honolulu, Coun
ty of Good Govornmont, State of
Oahu, botweon tho hours of 8 a. m.
and 5 p. m., on and after tho Gth day
of October, 1892, and then and thoro
show cause why you should not bo
punished for not patronizing tho
long established shirtmaker and to
tostify to tho best of your knowledgo
as to tho quality and make of John
son's Shirts with all tho latost and
best improvoniouts mado to ordor,
and for sale by tho abovo plaintiff in
tho abovo said promises. Should
you fail to put in an appearaiico in
tho abovo said placo you will bo
adjudged guilty of contempt, for
feit a good shirt and bo sentenced
for lifo eating Poi.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Plaintiff's Attorney, corner King and
N. B. Ordors received by mail.
Prove all things, and hold fast to
that which is good.
No shyster collectors need appear.
Mr. C. F. Davis, editor of tho
Bloomfiold, Towa, Farmer, says: I
can recommend Chainborlain'sCough
Romodj' to all sufferers with colds
and croup. I have used it in my
family for tho past two yoars and
have found it tho best I ever used
for tho purpose for which it is in
tended. 50 cent bottlos for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith aud Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tho article of special convenience
in ovory household and office
throughout tho islands, and tho most
acceptable to send to friends abroad
becauso it deals 011I3' with facts
and figures is a copy of the Ha
'waiiau Annual for 1893. Price, 75
cents each, or 85 cents mailed abroad.
Itaaiian Haiulmarp. f!ii I'd
UUUUllllli LLU1 UIIU1U UU11 JJ U
Saturday, Feb. IS, 1S93.
a remarkable fact that
are men who would
Bruco & A. J. Gartwright.
Our owners of sugar stock who
are annexationists will not like the
note sounded by tho Now York Sun
the most powerful Democratic
organ in tho United States in its
demand that the party livo up to its
platform with uo nonsense. That
is, thoy will not like it in conjunc
tion with thoir expectation of an
nexation, although they woro pray
ing night and day for tho execution
of the Democratic program in its in
tegrity until they became annexationists.
Subscribe for the Daily Bulletin, 50
cents ver month.
It is with diffidence that I touch
upon this question. Scarcely aii3r
two planters agrco on it, and I be
lieve that on differently situated
lands different distances should bo
adopted. It will bo safe not to go
bo3'ond eight feet.
On aa land such as I havo do
scribed tho cost of planting and tak
iug care of tho young trees till bear
ing time should not oxcood $50 per
acio. W. Mulleu.
We herob3' testify that wo aro tho
parties that bought tho wood men
tioned above. Frank S. Dodge.
It would look a groat doal bettor
if tho Provisional Govornmont, in
stead of arresting aud harassing edi
tors for indulging thoir constitu
tional rights of freo speech, would
pay some attention to tho oharactor
of tho men thoy havo hired to guard
and watch the town. Arresting an
archistic assassins aftor they havo
committed aots of blood-lotting is
not enough. It should bo soon that
no brutal or murderous characters
aro put in any position whoro thoy
can terrorize tho community. Tho
allowing of mou with guns and bayo
nets to wander about at night stop
ping poacoabln citlzons on the
Streets is, an outrage in Itsolf.
Only Slight Damage,
Will vou allow mo through your
paper to contradict tho statomont
mado by your Koalia correspondent
that tho damage dono by the break
ing of tho bank of tho reservoir at
Kilauoa amounts to $10,000 or SI 2,
000. The damage dono outside of
tho reservoir is but slight and will
not oxcood $250, and the bank of
the reservoir wo estimate will cost
.1800 to repair.
Geo. R. Ewaiit,
Manager Kilauoa Sugar Co.
Kilauoa, Kauai, Fob. 17, 1893.
Raising tho Curtain.
Truth in this morning's paper, to
quote the lato Mr. Addison, "is an
impudont liar aud ho knows it." It
is certain that no cry of "justice to
tho natives" can bo fookod for "from
the class and stripe of citizens ho
belongs to," Irutli seems to havo
raised the curtain this morning and
shows himself to be first cousin to
tho Liberal, thurofore inimical to tho
rights of tho Hawaiians. Nothing
can bo expected of liim save syco
phanc3'. Veritas Pkevaleuit.
rpHK WKEKLYUULLETIN-SM COL
JL uiunsuf Interesting Keudlng Matter.
UUmii,f 1; mailed to foreign countries,
Limit to Canal Cost.
Higgins introduced in the Senate
an amendment to the Nicaragua
canal bill providing that none of the
bonds provided for shall bo issued
to tho company until tho President
of the United States is satisfied that
the canal, with all its accessories, can
bo compiotod for safe, convenient
and economical navigation from
ocean to ocean of both morcautile
and naval vcssols of tho largest size
at a cost not exceeding tho cash pro
ceeds of $100,000,000 in bonds, in
cluding tho amounts alroad3' ex
pended. Tho amendment provides
for tho appointment of a body of
five ongineors, three of whom shall
bo from tho engineer corps of tho
arny, to mako full investigation and
Boot Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith Aj Co.'s.
Aftor shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Nativo Fans and Curios in great
varioty at the "Elite Ico Oroam Par
lors." Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith As Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 181 Fort stroot,
abovo Hotel, Chronic and Sugjcal
cases. Mutual Telophone (i82.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 01 Hotel
stroot. Lodging by clay, week or
month 25c. and 50c, a night; $1
and $1.25 a week,
What a happy family Uncle Sam
will have when ho comes to annex
Hawaii to his dominions. There aro
the Chinese, the Japanese, the Liber
al, tho Dry Hundred and tho Adver
tiser. Groat Scott! what a moss!
Heroic Conduct of British. Sailors.
A Daily News correspondent writ
ing from Callao states that "an in
teresting presentation had just taken
placo thoro on board Her Majesty's
cruiser Garnet, Capt. Harry F.
IIughos-Hallott, one of tho ships
serving on the Pacific station. Tho
ship was visited by tho Profect of
tho Province, accompanied by Mr.
Wilson, tho British Consul, for tho
purpose of placing in tho hands of
tho captain a gold medal which tho
Peruvian Government had ordered
to bo presented to tho crew of tho
Garnet as a token of gratitudo for,
and in recognition of, thoir splendid
bravor3' at the great fnes in Callao
on Aug. 18 and 22 last. In making
tho presentation, tho Prefect said
tho Supremo Government desired
thus to give expression to tho pro
found and imperishable sentiment
of gratitudo that has' been awakened
in its mind b3' tho heroic behavior
displayed by the mou at tho fires, in
which misfortunes tlioj' oxorcised
with vigorous courage and at per
sonal peiil the most humane and
sublime of virtues, contributing to
diminish tho alrwuly frightfvl pro
portion of those memorable dis
asters." Ho added that his Govern
ment, as well as tho people of the
countr3r, would evercliorish tho most
sincere gratitude for tho generous
and uoblo conduct of tho crew of
tho Garnet. Capt. Hnghes-Hallett,
in accepting the gift, said ho was
suro that what the crew did on tho
occasion of tho fires U103' regarded
011I3' as a duty, and thoy would bo
ready and willing to repeat the sor
vico if over tho occasion should un
fortunate' arise. Ho promised that
the medal should bo displayed in a
conspicuous port of tho ship, so that
tho crow might have it boforo thorn
as a perpetual reminder that volun
tary and willing s-orvieo in time of
danger was gratefully remembered.
The Houso' Committee on Inter
state and Foreign Commerce order
ed a favorable report on tho Souato
bill appropriating $250,000 for the
const ructingof a ship canal to con
nect tho lakes of Union and Washing
ton with Pugot souii'd. Tho bill was
reported with an amoiulniont strik
ing out tho proposed route by
Smith's Cove, leaving tho route to
bo decided upon by tho Secretary of
The Hon. T
V. Fennimore is the
Sheriff of Kent Co., Del., and lives
at Dover, the County Seat and Cap
ital of the State. The sheriff is a
gentleman fifty-nine years of age,
and this is what he says : "I have
" used your August Flower for sev
" eral years in my family and for my
" own use, and found it does me
1 ' more good than any other remedy.
" I have been troubled with what I
" call Sick Headache. A pain comes
" in the back part of my head first,
" and then soon a general headache
"until I become sick and vomit.
" At times, too, I have a fullness
" after eating, a pressure after eating
" at the pit of the stomach, and
' ' sourness, when food seemed to rise
" up in my throat and mouth. When
' ' I feel this coming on if I take a
" little August Flower it relieves
" me, and is the best remedy I have
" ever taken for it. For this reason
" I take it and recommend it to
" others as a great remedy for Dys
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
A FRESH LOT OF
HAY and GRAIN
PER "K. O. WILDER"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit
JL ly occupied by 1. 1',
Kunoii on KIiil' wtreut. It
li.is u i.irt;u arduml tlio
lluuwo is very convenient
JOHN 1 'OLHITHN.
TO PLANT LOVERS 1
rplli: UNDIUIBIONMCU DKSIHK8 TO
JL notify tliu nubile tlutt lie is lnejuucil
to I'roiiaguto nay kind of Tron, Blirubor
llui.li by (IraniiiK, IIihIiIIiik, YIiiIhk, it
other iiiutlioilri. No jiuyniwitx will tu ro
iulicil until thoy uru u ell rooted, which
will tuKu from hlx weeks to Ax months, iie
coidiliK to its neiui. Nw I" tliu tiliin for
liullnh tn nnikii i'cVcnt whether uvotlcs or
imtlvnK, to lur friends. I will hImj nndur
tultu to enidleiitu nil Insect that prev upon
or Html; tliu mp from Ihth itnd otlnir vck
tiibloH, which can bo expelled from W luttl
hour; no tunc no puy.
IW Tlio Coll'isi) mid Oruiigo family a
OM-llll IIUUKTIM Ullltu,
Tho Nippon Yuwmi KiiIhIiu'h Al Stuaniur
Will ho ditu at tliiH port on or about tlio
-8th lnt. and will luavo for
Iff Kor Information regard I mi1
umi a umhiku, apply 10
WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
(lunentl AkuiU Nippon Yuxeii KiiInIm.
than come out
in a newspaper prize
And the ugly feature
whole business is the
encouragement these bellige
rents receive from outsiders.
For the past year or two New
Orleans has been the rendev
ouz for "pugs" who wanted to
contest in the arena. Honolulu
has been singularly free from
any such objectionable sport.
During the past month these
islands have been in a state of
ferment over a little affair
which took place about the
middle of January, butwehave
not seen an instance where
men directly interested, or
effected by the change,
thought it necessary to spoil
each others faces. Outsiders
who scarcely know what
brought about the change be
lieve that their first duty, after
imbibing liquid with a keen
edge, is to stand side by side
at the bar and make diem
selves hoarse singing, "ankee
Doodle" and "Rule Britannia"
and then get mad because the
two airs don't harmonize. If
the matter would end with the
rival singers getting real mad
no serious results would follow,
but when a lot of bleachers in
the outer circle sic the British
bull dog on the North Ameri
can cayuse some body's sure
to get' kicked. Unfortunately
it seldom happens to be the
bleacher in the outer circle.
The respective crews of the
Garnet and Boston will remem
ber the little episode in Chili
where Boatswain's Mate Rig
gin lost his life. The row
started not unlike the rumpus
which took place here on" Fri
day and it required private
subscriptions from Mr. Rig
gin's friends to pay for the
removal of his body to his
former home. Besides, his
death caused serious inter
national complications. Just
now tne rlawauans object to
any new features appearing
on the political horizon, nor are
the people prepared to contri
bute toward the funeral ex
penses of foreigners who come
down here and try to palm off
"Rule Britannia," "Yankee
Doodle" and "-Sweet Violets"
as late musical compositions.
Last week, we mentioned
the new glassware in red and
white; they, are going out ot
the store with marvelous
raoiditv. We have never
shown any thing half so beauti
ful for the money. There are
more of them, perhaps adozen
sets left. If you want to add
to the beauty of your table
service take one home with
The southerly rain winds
are over for the present and
the roads and lawns are dry
ing up; another fortnight, if care
is not taken, the lawns will
turn yellow with dry rot. Our
rubber hose is the best and
our reels the most substantial
in the city. If you want your
grounds to look like velvet
carpet the means of making it
so are at your command. You
can have our assistance in the
way of reel, hose or a lawn
mower lor the asking.
For trimming the grass at
the walks you will find a pair
of sheep shears the most con
venient thinsf a lawn mower
will not do this part of the
work. The shears are con
venient too, for trimming tl e
grass around the rose bushes.
The "Delusion" mouse trap
is built on the same principle
is the famous French rat trap;
and are quite as effectual for
the smaller game. The other
day the buyer of a large com
mission house came in the
store to buy a trap on an or
der. When we were showing
them to him we found that a
mouse had been caught in the
trap without its having been
set for him. They're econo
mical in the matter of bait.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite BpruukuU1 Jllooli,
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
NO. 1 .
THAT VKItY DE8III-,
oblo Itosldonco at mo--'
vent occupied by JnniPH
Ijovo um a homestead, situ-
1 WLf "
nto on King street opposito tho rcsldoneo
of Dr. 0. P. Andrews. Housp contains
Largo Parlor, Dining-room, 3 Largo Bod
roomi, Kitchen, etc. llooiny Btablns and
Servant's Quarter In rear; only 10 min
utes' walk to tho Post Oilleu. Possession
given in March, 1S03.
Two-story Brick Building
wilii ihmuliiij viiuiiiiun. in !
formerly tlio rcsldenco of tho lato 1. J.
Hart, situnto on Nunnnn Avonuo below
School street. Terms easy. G23-tf
NOTK Boforo scoklng or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay yon to scan our
column, and to at onco consult tho undor
signed nt their olllco.
CS"Vc keep property in first-class con
dition. Our terms aro moderate and as
landlords wo will always 'be found reason
able in our dealings.
W Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CAnTWRIGHT,
"JUartwright Building," Merchant street.
To Lot or Loanp.
ed House near town.
Kuquiro nt Bulletin Oillce.
rpVO NICELY FUlt
X nishul Booms, cen
trally lo:.ited. Inquire at
Buixr.TiN Ollice. Stf
HOUSE ON K1XAU,
is. 11. niiMMU.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.'h store.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Maguzinc
stiret, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. C, etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu.
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS
A NICE COTTAGE ON
xl Beretania street, near
I'iikoi street, containim;
Parlor, 2 Bedrooms. Bath-
room, Diningroom, Pantry and Kitchen,
Servant's room, Carriage House, Stable, etc.
iramcais pass every ao minutes.
ofllce of this paper.
SPf 11 rw5sfev
TO LET OB LEASE
rpHE COTTAGE AT NO.
JL '2oS King street, lately
occupied by Mr. M. S. Levy,
contiiinine'j Bedrooms. Par
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and Bathroom;
Stablo in yaid; Aitesian Wator laid on.
For particulars and terms, apply to
G43-tf at E. 0. Hall & Sons'.
On Account of Departure.
A TRACT OF LAND, NEAR
Moiliill and Beretania
street, of about 8 Acres, favor
ably located for division into
llulldinc Lots: at present cul
tivated -for vegetables, rice and bananas;
water from two Artesian Wells. Apply to
P. O. Box 412, Honolulu.
A NEWLY BUILT COT
tugo 21x30, contain
ing 4 Booms, Kitchen and
Bathroom, on a Lot 60 feet
frontago on Beckwith street near Punahou;
5 minutes' walk from tho tramcars; Arte
sian Wulor. Apply to
019-lw P. O. Box 442, Honolulu.
The following choice bit ot word painting
iiornc-g xtiaroie iaun:
occurs in Haw
Women be they
of what earthlv
thoy may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or enuowcu witn awiui oemity, nave
always some little handiwork ready to fill
the tiny gap of ovory vacant moment. A
needle is familiar to the fingers of them all.
A ijneen, uo doubt, plies It on occasion; tlio
woman poet can uh6 it us adroitly as her
pen; tin. woman's oyo, that has discovered
a new star, tuins from Its glory to send tho
polished little instrument gleaming along
tho bom of hor kerchief, or to darn a casual
fray in her dress. And thoy have greatly
tho advuntugo of us in this respect. Tho
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united with tho small, familiar, gentle in
terests of life, tho continually operating in
JIueneoH of which do bo much for tho health
of tlio character, ami carry oil' what would
otherwise he a dangerous accumulation of
morbid bunsihility. A vast deal of human
sympathy runs along this electric Hue,
stretching from tho throne to tlio wicker
chair of the humblest seamstress, uud
keeping high and low in a species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
Housewives, while you ply tlio needlo,
havo you over retlectcd on the vicissitudes
of life? Hcc to it that your husbands pro
vide for tho future welfare of their families
by at once applying for a Policy in tho
i:qiutabli5 Like assurance so
ciety of tho United States. No moro
suitablo gift could bo ollerod to you.
BRUCE & A. J. OARTWMGDT,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Equitable l.lfo Assuranco Society of tho
United Btutcs. '
A KIUBT.CI.AHH FAMILY HATHtNO
XX. Uofcurt ut Wulklki, Tramcars pass
tliu gatu, Hpvclal arrangements can bo
inudo for Family Picnics and Evening
Bathing Parties, 68M1
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