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K. BY ADTHORITY.
Hpt BALE OF
Qovornmont Lands in Kuaia and
Kahoahuna, IT. Hilo, Hawaii.
On THURSDAY, March -TO, 1803, at 12
o'clock noon, nt tho front entrance of AM
olanl Hale, will bo sold at Public Auction
Four (4) Sections of Land In Kunlnnnd
Kahoahunn, N. Hilo, Hawaii, as follows:
Section 1 Containing an area of 39.2
Acres. Upset prlco $11)0.
Seotlon 2 Containing an area of 37.7
Acres. Upset prlco $189.
Section 3 Containing an area of 40.43
Acres, Upset prlco $203.
Section 4 Containing an area of 0.05
Acres, Upset prlco $15.
It is conditioned that the purchaser of
the above Lots shall pay the cost of survey
and plotting of same. Kail information In
this regard can bo obtained upon applica
tion to the Land Ofllco, Interior Depart
ment. J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior OQlco, Feb. 22, 1893.
R. C. BEARLE, Esq., has this day been
appointed a Member for the Komi Hoard
of the Taxation Distrlcf. of Lahaina, Maui,
for tho unexpired term made vacant by
the resignation of it. H. Makckau.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 22, 1893.
THE MM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1893.
WHEBE THE PRESS IS FREE.
There has been a lot of- vaporing
in Honolulu about alleged "inflam
matory" publications, and one editor
alter another has been hauled up
for "examination" first under mar
tial law and then by the remarkable
process of warrant of the Provisional
Legislature to give an account of
articles in their papers held to con
tain unfair criticism or contempt
for tho supremo powers. It is noth
ing to pooplo who support those
proceedings, or to thoso brainless
louts who talk of adopting border
ruffianism against a free press such
as stuck California for heavy dam
ages in tho early days of its civiliza
tion it is nothing to them that tho
chief cause producing tho confusion
and distraction which led up to the
late revolution was tho false criti
cism and inflammatory libels and
seditious utterances of a host of pa
pers among which was the Adujr-
tiser, now so valorous in demanding
all sorts of extreme proceedings
against its contemporaries.
Tho foregoing statements can all
be proved by a closely connected
chain of evidence, but it is not to
prove the indictment that this arti
cle is printed. Wo wish to give our
readers some samples of free United
States opinion on the Hawaiian situa
tion. The dates will show that tho
journals quoted did not take their
cue from any opposition publications
in those islands, there not buing time
for such to bo the case.
The Omaha World-Herald of Jan.
31 heads an editorial article, "The
Spoliation of Hawaii. Tho article
advises that "it would be well to go
slow before taking this stop" (annex
ing tho islands), and says:
Whom does thiB committeo repre
sent? Does it represent tho senti
ment of tho natives, or of tho carpet
baggers in office, or tho greedy mer
chants bent on gain? It is said that
the queen has threatened to disfran
chise all foreigners. This certainly
cannot matter to tho United States.
They cannot be citizens of Hawaii
and expect tho United States to pro
tect that citizenship. If there are
any American citizens there whoso
lives, property or liberties are en
dangered it will bo a simple thing
for us to demand justice or restitu
tion, and in the event of not getting
it, force it from the queen or close
our ports and markets to her.
But tho complainants in this case
are not American citizens. They
are Americans who have gone to tho
islands obtained, office and been dis
possessed thoreof by tho queen. The
natives have not complained. So
far as vyo know none of tho visiting
delegation are natives. Tho com
missioners say they do not want an
independent republic, but annexa
tion. The annexation of those isl
ands inhabited b3' semi-civilized peo
ple and many hundred miles from
our shores will be ridiculous and a
mighty injustice to tho natives.
Under tho hoading, "Revolution
for Revenue," the St. Louis (Mis
souri) Post-Despatch lias an article
irom which the following para
graphs are taken:
The principal reason urged by tho
Bioiusmen wnu unir-inggor tongues
and tho pntriots with axes to grind
for the annexation of tho Sandwich
Islands is that if we do not take
them England or some other country
will. This is tho stock argument which
has sorved raauy a turn of thoso who
either from folly or Hhrowdnoss seize
opportunities to advocato territorial
aggrandizement and an aggressivo
foreign policy for this country,
Sufficient information with regard
to the causes of the revolution has
boon inndo known to prove that it fan
revolution for rovomio only, ami that
it roproseuts tho ottompt of a small
coterie of speculators to retain their
privileges nnd enhauco their ability
to fattou off tho resources of tho isf
fludfl. Wo eau obtah;i all tho ndvau-
tagos of trado and harbor rights in
Hawaii without saddling ourselves
with tho repulsive task of amalga
mating, governing and protecting a
hordo of loprosy-taintott and debas
ed islanders and Asiatics and serv
ing tho purposesi of n gang of sharks
by not only maintaining thoir pow
er to loot thorn, but adding to it tho
privilego of looting us through tho
If tho Holomua, for instance, had
got such strong and hot stuff off, his
doom would cortainty havo been
nothing milder than life banishment
to Ocean Island ri territory, by tho
way, which tho United States op
parontly does not know she is going
to havo thrown into tho bargain,
with the, prospect of tho anniversary
of its conquest bj Col. Boyd of his
late Majesty's staff being added to
tho glorious list of American holi
days. Tho Chattanooga m (Tennessee)
Times of January 31 suspects "thoro
is truth in the charge of tho London
nowspapors, to tho effect that
'Yankees' are at tho bottom of tho
Hawaiian revolution." Again: "An
other thing that indicates tho fiuo
hand of tho Amorican is tho form of
provisional government sot up in
stead of tho miniature monarchy.
An educated citizen of tho United
States would know that scheme for
an American contrivauco, 'with his
oyas shut.' " Tho Times goes on to
argue that annexation would violate
all tho traditions and policies of tho
United Statos Government. It gives
a summary of tho aroa, population
and trade of tho islands, and while
concluding that tho United States
should continue its control horo,
says, " What wo need can bo obtain
ed and held moro easily and socuroly
by diplomacy than by soizuro and
Tho Grand Rapids, Michigan,
Pross of January 30 says: "We don't
want it," concluding: " Tho govern
ment will protect tho interests of
Amorican citizens and will insist
that the Monroe doctrine bo carried
out faithfully in the establishment
of a now government. That is as far
as Uncle Sam will go, and that is far
Tho New York Evoning World of
January 31 333-8: "Tho change can
scarcely bo accepted as a fair and
full expression of tho will of the
people. Perhaps the best way would
bo to let the people havo an oppor
tunity of saying just what sort of a
government thoy want and whom
they want to rule them. Wo don't
want to annox, but "
Tho Cleveland, Ohio, World sa3s:
It is far away. It could novor be
anything but a province. It is likely
to alwa3's be troublesome aim turbu
lent, and it has within it few of the
possibilities of self-government.
The empires and republics of tho
past fell through trying to hold too
many subject provinces and to apply
tho laws and institutions that are
adapted to tho peoplo of one region
and one climate to thoso of differing
regions and adverse climates.
Rome had her free states and sub
ject provinces, her citizens and her
slaves, her great statesmen, her aris
tocrats and her rabble eating from
tho public crib. She conquered tho
world in the first round, but tho
world soon wiped her from tho faco
of tho earth.
The St. Louis Chronicle of Jan 30
The truth of tho matter is tho re
cent revolution was not a movement
of tho people for a free government.
It was a work of revenge on tho part
of Americans and Europeans who,
under Kalakaua, had license to rob
tho peoplo, and under tho Queen
havo been without tho authority to
Tho3' will probably succeed in an
nexing tho islands to tho United
States, and at the samo timo secure
tho recognition by this Government
of "rights" granted them by the
King which the Queen revoked,.
Tho Chicago Horald is quoted as
follows 03- a Springfield paper of
Tho appeal to American patriotism,
ambition and cupidity will bo strong
and will be pressed with earnestness.
But the Sandwich islands would not
be a desirable acquisition. Forming
a ptymy state in tho union, it would
bo ridiculous. Any sort of a popular
government, even such as those in
our territories, would bo impractica
ble, owing to tho character of the
masses of tho pooplo. Tho most
that could be mado of it would lie a
sort of satrapy, and its political
management probably would bo pro
fligate and corrupt beyond anything
possible, except tho negro govern
ments in tho south after tho war.
Tho islands, if wo should bo com
pelled to take them, might bo form
ed into a 00111113' all(l attached to
California, but tho benighted voting
mass would make oven an arrange
ment of this kind difficult and dan
gerous. There are heaps of similar sqls of
views to tho foregoing, but space
will not pormit thoir reproduction.
Just one moro, from tho Terro Haute
Gazotto of January 31, which tacks
a wise miggohliou to a rather unjust
Annexation of tho Cannibal Islands
of tho Pacific Ocean moans a good
thing for those semi-savages but a
bud tiling for us. And tho first and
last duty of our government is to its
own peoplo. A colonial policy is 111
direct conflict with tho genius of our
institutions, Hawaii should bo en
couraged to inaugurate Holf-govorn-inont.
That is all we should do, Wo
want 110 partnership with them nor
control over them. Wo should at
tend to our own knitting,
LATE FOREIGN MEWS.
San Francisco, Feb, W, per S. S.
ANAIlt'HV IN KANSAS.
TorEKA, Kan., Feb. 15. Tho
litical situation in this State, which
was considered interesting before, is
doubly interesting to-day, tho Gov
ernor having ordered out the militia
to protect the Populist House of
Representatives from the attack of
tho Republicans. Yesterday after
noon B. C. Rich, Clerk or tho Popu
list Houso, was arrested on a charge
of contempt of court bv tho Sor-goaut-at-Arms
of tho Republican
Houso, but was rescued by the Popu
lists and escorted in triumph to. tho
Later tho Republicans sworo out
warrants, charging Represent ativo
Ryan and Reading Clerk S. M. Scott
of tho Populists with assault and
battoiy. A constable tried to servo
tho warrant Sj but was prevented.
Tho Republicans announced that
thoy would mako tho arrests' and
called tho volunteors to assist tho
Sorgoant-at-Anns. Tho Populists
also sworo in a numbor of deputies.
This morning tho fooling was still
intensely hot. Tho Republican forco
proceeded to tho Hall of Represent
atives and attempted to enter, but
found tho doors barred against thorn.
They at onco sont for and secured
sledge hammers and boat in tho
In tho mean timo a message had
been sent to Governor Lowolling in
forming him of tho condition of
things and ho at onco called out the
State militia of this city and order
ed a guard to bo placed in tho build
ing to provont interference with tho
FREIGHT TDAIN CArTUIlED BY ItODIJEnS
jErrcnsoN City, Mo., February 15.
Tho freight train on tho Missouri
Pacific road whicli left Kansas CJity
last night was hold up botween
Little 131uo and Pleasant Hill by a
gang of masked robbors. The rob
bers obtained nothing for their trou
ble. It was undoubtedly their in
tention to rob tho oastbound pas
senger train which loft Kansas City
at 3:30 p.m. Thoy flagged tho freight
train with a lantern and, discovering
their mistake, tried to mako amends
b3r a raid on tho caboose.
Information of tho attempted
robbory was wired to Kansas City
and a posse of eight armed guards
was placed on tho passenger train
and preparations made to give the
robbors a warm reception in case
thoy rouowed tho attempt, but noth
ing more was hoard of tiioin.
FOUU CABINET MEMUEKS.
Lakewood, NT J., February 15.
Cleveland has ollioially announced
tho names of four members of his
Cabinet. TI103' are Walter Q. Gresh
am of Indiana, Secrotar3- of State;
John G. Carlisle, Kentucky, Secre
tary of tho Treasury; Daniel S. La-
mont, Now York, Secretary of War;
Wilson S. Bissol, Buffalo, Postmaster
General. .On making tho announcements,
Mr. Cleveland said: "Thoro is no
need of 3113- mystery in regard to tho
Cabinet, and it is useless to specu
late and indulge in guesswork. I
shall make no secret of tho matter
but shall announce tho names of tho
gentlemen selected to fill tho posi
tions as fast as I recoivo their ac
ceptances and permission to make
tho matter public."
UNDER THE STARS AND STRIl'ES.
New York, February 15. Com
mencing to-day tho Inman lino of
ocoan steamships goes under tho
American flag, and will fly "Old
Glory" from tho masthead. The City
of Paris, which has the honor to in
augurate tho new service, left hero
to-day for Southampton, gayly
uocoraieu witn patriotic bunting,
and manned by Amorican officers.
This is an important event in the
histor3' of Amorican shipping.
BALroun riaiiTS home rule.
Mr. Balfour has replied at great
length in tho Houso of Common to
Mr. Gladstone's presentation of his
homo rule scheme.
SMALL-FOX RAOINQ IN JAPAN.
Tho steamship Victoria, which ar
rived at Taooma on tho ldth from
China and Japan, brings advices that
small-pox in Kobo has assumed dan
gerous proportions. During tho M
da3'8 ending January 18th there had
been 310 cases with lit) deaths.
Mr. Albort Favorite, of Arkansas
City, Kan., wishes to give our readers
tho benefit of his experience with
colds. Ho says: "I contracted a
cold early last spring that soft led on
1 my Jungs, anil Unci hardly recovered
1 from it when 1 caught another that
! hung 011 all summer and left me
with a hacking cough which 1
I thought 1 would never get rid of. I
I had used Chamberlain's Cough Rem
! edy some fourteen 3'oars ago with
1 much success, and concluded to try
I it again, When I had got through
I with one bottle my, cough had loft
1 1110, and I havo not suffered with n
cougn or com since. 1 Jiavo recom
mended it to others, mid all speak
well of it." f0 cent bottles for sale
1)3' all doalers. Benson, Smith & Co,,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tho articlo of special convenience
in every household and ofllco
) throughout tho islands, and t ho most
acceptable to sond to friends abroad
because it deals only with facts
and figures- is a copy of tho Ha
waiian Annual for Jr!).'l, Price, 75
cents each, or 85 cents mailed abroad.
Subscribe or the Daily Bulletin, 50
cent per month.
OBIME AT SEA.
Tho Second Mate of tho Hespor Mur
dered on tho Voyngo.
The Amorican bark Hespor, which
arrived yostorday from Nowcnstlo,
N. S. W., was docked near tho Paci
fic mail wharf in tho aftornoon. Sho
imparted tho particulars of a das
tardly attempt at mutiny which pro
ceeded far enough to compass tho
murder of tho second inalo of tho
Tho trouble occurred on tho night
of Jan. 13 in latitudo 30 dog. south,
1551 daa, west. The second mate. M.
Fitzgerald, was going forward about
10:30 p.m., whou one of tho sailors
named Lo Claire, who was lying in
wait amidships, roso and struck him
with .1 hatchet. Tho wounded mnn,
while lying on tho dock, was hacked
again and again with tho murderous
hatchet. His blood flowed ovor tho
deck. Tho murderer then called on
his accomplices Herman Sparf,
Hans Hanson, Thos. Greon, and Ed
ward Larson to follow him and kill
tho captain and first mate. Thoy
weakened, howovor, and all retired
to thoir bunks for'ard, but not be
fore throwing tho body of Fitzgerald
Captain Sodorgron missed the soc
ond mate who should have boon on
watch, and discovered tho blood
stains. Ho alarmed tho first mato
and through considerable stratog3'
thoy had tho mutineers put in irons.
Thoy were landed at Tahiti, to bo
transported later to San Fraucisco
Aftor discharging horo tho Hespor
will load with sugar and proceed to
San Francisco, whore the 111011 will
COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION.
A. L. Johnson Shirt Co. vs. Tho Peo
ple ox rol.
Summons with Notice.)
Tun S1111tTMAKr.it, attorney for plaintiff,
corner King and Alukea street!.
Hand-mh-Down Shirt, defendant's attor
ney for nil the storey.
TO THE PUBLIC :
You are hereby summoned and com
manded to appear, all other business
excuses, notwithstanding that, A. L.
Johnson makes tho best and cheap
est line of all kinds of Shirts at his
factory, corner King and Alakea
street, in thoCitj-of Honolulu, Coun
t3f of Good Government, State of
Oahu, botween tho hours of 8 a. m.
and 5 p. m., on and after tho (5th day
of October, 18U2, and then and there
show cause why 3-011 should not bo
punished lor not patronizing the
long established shirtmaker and to
testif3 to the best of j'our knowlodgo
as to tho quality and mako of John
son's Shiits with all tho latest and
best improvements mado to order,
and for sale b3' tho abovo plaintiff in
tho abovo paid premises. Should
you fail to put in an appearance in
tho above said place 3-011 will be
adjudged guilty of contempt, for
feit a good shirt and bo sentenced
for life eating Poi.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Plaintiffs Attorney, corner King and
N. B. Orders received by mail.
Prove all things, and hold fast to
that which is good.
jYo shyster collectors need appear.
Root Beer on draught at Bonson,
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Native Fans and Curios in groat
variety at tho "Elite Ice Cream Par
lors." Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith Sj Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and fll Hotel
1)3' da3', week
month 25c. and
and S1.25 a week.
5Uc. a night;
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue' giving instruction in private
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakea streot,
near Y. M. C. A.
A halo old man, Mr. Jas. Wilson,
of Aliens Springs, 111., who is ovor
(50 years of age, says: "I havo in 1113'
timo tried a groat man3' medicines,
Kuuo of excellent equality; but novor
before did I find aii3' that would so
completely do. alj that is claimed for
it as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is truly
a wonderful medicine. ' For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
nil.; uttfiTTi.A if I'OWHvnnv m.'
Mystic Iodwi No. 2, Knights of
J'jthlas, to ho hold THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING, tho Rank 0 Knight will bo
I fiF- All Knights iitnllllcd nto cordially
Invited lo he picsont.
J'or order of the O. (',
A. V. GEAR,
K. of It. A- K.
A DIAMOND AND GARNET BROOCH
lust evening near the leu Factory.
The Under will bo suitably rewarded upon
delivery to H. II. DOLE.
Feb. 22, M!M. ;.rj7-at
rpilE ANNUAL MEETING OK TJIK
JL Stockholder of the Hawaiian llail
road 'o.,(L'd), will ho held at Ihelrollicu
in this rli), THURSDAY, Kelt. 2H, IMH.
at 1U o'clock . m,
S. O. WILDER,
! TOIINri. WALKER, JR., IS DULY KM-
I " ,l'w'ru'1 " "'h11 "in- name hy pro
1 miration from this date.
,, , , , JN. B. WAI.KI'.lt.
1 IluilOlillil, IMi. .', ItAJj. (I37.:it
Mrs. Sarah M. Black of Seneca,
Mo., during the past two years has
been affected with Neuralgia of the
Head, Stomach and Womb, and
writes: "My food did not seem to
strengthen me at all and my appe
tite was very variable. My face
was yellow, my head dull, and I had
such pains in, my left side. In the
morning when I got up I would
have a flow of mucus in the mouth,
and a bad, bitter taste. Sometimes
my breath became short, and I had
such queer, tumbling, palpitating
sensations around the heart. I ached
all day under the shoulder blades,
in the left side, and down the back
of my limbs. It seemed to be worse
in the wet, cold weather of Winter
and Spring; and whenever the spells
came on, my feet and hands would
turn cold, and I could get no sleep
at all. I tried everywhere, and got
no relief before using August Flower
Then the change came. It has done
me a wonderful deal of good during
the time I have taken it and is work
ing" a complete cure. ' '
G. G.'GREEN, Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.N J.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
' ' AUSTR .AJL.I.A.
WILT LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR TUB A1IOVR TOUT ON
Wednesday, March 1st,
The undersigned are now prepared to
Issue Through Tickets from this city to all
points in tho United States.
For further particulars regarding Freight
or Passage apply to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
(557-Gt General Agents.
On Consignment Ex S. S. "China"
JAPANESE 01IE Oil COUX STRAW
Hats, stylish. Al-o a largo assort
ment of Cork" and Patent Ventilator Pith
Hats, all hapes and sizes. Kor Mile at the
CAL. KUUIT MAIiKET,
Cor. King A- Alakea sts.
Five Different Varieties
FOl! SALE BY
Lewis J. Levey,
(i.r5 lw Cor. Fort it Queen sts.
FORT STREET !
Store To Let !
Fixtures For Sale !
tX9 Inquire of
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
021-lm Cor. Fort k Hotel sts.
M. L MINER, D. Y. S.
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
OFFICE: HOTEL STABLES.
8 to 10 a. m.; 1:30 to !J:30 p. m.
ttT- Kemiienck: With Dr. P. L. Minor,
All Calls Will Receive Prompt Attention.
Veterinary .-. Infirmary,
W, T. MONSARRAT,
"Veterinary -:- Surgeon.
Government Veterinary Surgeon. Inspector
of Stock, Port of Honolulu.
Excellent Accommodation for Fatlonts. No
Risk in Throwing Horses.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table,
Etf- Orders for Plantation and ltnneli
Stock will receive prompt attention.
Mutual 183 TELEPHONES Bell 90.
A I'MtKHH LOT OK
HAY and &RAIN
1'Klt "H. Jl. WILDER"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.
Hawaiian Miari! Co., LI
Saturday, Feb. IS, 1893,
It's a remarkable fact that
there are men who would
rather fight than come out
winner in a newspaper prize
contest. And the ugly feature
in the 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 suck 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, but we have
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 them
selves hoarse singing, "Yankee
Doodle" and "Rule Britannia"
and then get mad because the
two airs don't harmonize. If
the matter would end with the
rival singers reuins- 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 the Hawaiians object to
any new features appearing
on the political horizon, nor are
the people prepared to contri
bute toward the funeral ex
penses offoreigners 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 oi
the store with marvelous
rapidity. We -have never
shown any thing half so beauti
ful for the money. There are
more of them, perhaps adozeri
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 for the asking.
For trimming the grass at
the walks you will find a pair
of sheep shears the most con
venient thing a lawn mower
will not do this part of the
work. The shears are con
venient too, for trimming the
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 withopt its having been
set for him. They're econo
mical in the matter of bait.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite SpreukeU1 lllook,
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Mmes.
rpHAT VERY PK31R
X. ohlo Residonco nt pro-
Vent occupied by Jainca
Ijivn nt it homestead, flitu-
ntn 1,11 Kliiir utrpnt, untumitn the residence
of Dr. G. P. Androws. Houso contains
Largo Parlor, Dining-room, 3 Iirge Bed
rooms, Kitchen, etc. lloomy Stables ana
Servant's ijuartcrs-in roar; oniy 10 nun-
utes walk 1
to tho Post Olllce. 1'osscssion
given in March, 189.1.
JL nnd Well-appointed
Two-story Brick building
Willi X iuu-uilli lliuiiuuo, n.. -JPr. -
formerly the residonco of tho lato II. J.
Hart, situate on Nuiianu Avenue below
School sticct. Tortus easy. (KJJMf
KOTK Reforo seeking or closing bar
gains elMowhore, it will pay you to seaiwuir
column, unit to at once consult tho under
signed at their olllce.
3P-Wo keep property in first-class con
dition. Our terms ure moderate and as
landlords wo will always bo found reason
able In our dealings.
SSF Apply In each caso to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright Building," Merchant streot.
To Lot or Lease.
A NICELY FURNISH
od Houso near town.
Enquiro at Bui.lktin Ollico.
rpWO NICELY FUR
JL nished Rooms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
Bulletin Ofllce. 833-tf
HOUSE ON KINAU,
near Pensaeola street.
IS. H. iiUNDKY,
007-tf Hawaiian Hardware Oo.'s store,
NEW HOUSE OK FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent . 0.. etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
tri IJ.T?-C T lit VIVAl!
J. M. VIVAS.'-"
A NICE COTTAGE ON
lieretania street, near
J'iikoi street, containing
Parlor. 2 Bedrooms. Bath
room, Diniugroom, Pnntry and Kitchen,
H(ti.unTii'ui.ftntn f!n,.!ntMiUnii(n C.nl.ln nt.
Trameais pass every 20 minutes. Apply at
olllce of this paper. 458-tf
TO LET OB LEASE
THE COTTAGE AT NO.
258 King street, lately
occupied bv Mr. M. S. Lew.
contnining3Bcdrooms, Par- t
lor, Dining-room, Kitehen nnd Bathroom;'
Diuoio in yarn; Artesian water lam on.
For particulars and terms, apply to
043-tf at E. O. Hall & Sons'.
On Account of Departure.
TRACT OF LAND, NEAR
Moiliill and lieretania
street, of about 8 Acres, favor
ably located for division into
BuildiiiL' Lots: nt present cul
tivated for vegetables, rico and bananas;
water from two Artesian. Wells. 'Apply to
1, 0. Box 142, Honolulu.
A NEWLY BUILT COT
tage 24.:i, contain
ing 4 KooniH, Kitehen and
Bathroom, on a Lot 50 feet
frontage on Beck with street near Piiiiahon:
6 minutes' walk from the tramcars; Arte
hian Water. Apply to
OJO-lw P. 0. Box 442, Honolulu.
Tho following choice bit of word painting
occurs in Hawthorne's Marble Faun:
" Women be they of what earthly rank
thoy may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with awful beauty, havo
always some little handiwork ready to fill
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle is familiar to tho lingers of them all.
A queen, no doubt, plies it on occasion ;tho
woman poet can use it as adroitly as her
pen; thu woman's eye, that has discovered
a new star, turns from Its glory to send the
polished little Instrument gleaming along
the hem of her kerchief, or to darn a casual
fray In her dress. And they have greatly
tho advantage of us in this respect. Thu
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united with tho small, familiar, gentle in
terostsof life, tho continually operating in
fluences of which dosomuchfortho health
of tho character, and carry oil' what would
otherwlhu be 11 dangerous accumulation of
morbid sensibility. A vast deal of human
sympnthy runs ulong this electric line,
middling from tho throne to thu wicker
chair of thu humblest seamstress, and
keeping high and low In 11 species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
Housewives, while yon ply tnc ueedlo,
havo you over rellectcd on thu vicissitudes
of life' Hcu to it that your husbands pro
vide fpr thu future welfare uf their families
by ut once applying for 11 Policy In thu
EQUITABLE l.IKU ASSURANCE SO
CIETY of tho United States. No moro
suitable gift could bu ollerud to you, '
BRUCE & A. J. CAnTWIUGHT,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Equitable Life Assurance Society of tho
ArillST-OLASB FAMILY BATHINO
Resort at Wtlklkl. Tniincarn pats
the gate, bX'ulul arraiiguinuuu can Lo
iiiudu for Family Plcnlca and Evening
JJuthlng Parties. t&a-tl