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BAIiE OF LEASE
Of Govornmont Land at Iiaupahoo
hoo, Hilo, Hawaii.
On THUKSDAY, March .2, 18D3, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of Allt
olanl Halo, will bo sold at Public Auction
tho Loaso of'all that Tract of Government
Land In tho District of Hilo, Hnwail, lying
bctwcon tho boundary of Mnulua Nni, and
tho castom odgo of Lnupahoehoo Uulch,
and extending from tho sea to tho lino of
iorost as survoyed about i miles mauka
Reserving to tho Government thu right
of way for three roads running mauka from
main road to tho Forest. An area of 20 5-10
acres known as tho "Lydgato Homestead,"
and also the spring supplying tho Laupa
hoehoo Water Works. Area, 3,000 acres a
littlo more or loss.
For further information apply to the
Land Oflico, Interior Department.
Term Lease for 15 years.
Upset prlco $1,200 per annum, payable
omi-aunually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 30, 1893.
Govornmont Lands in Kuaia and
Kahoahuna, N. Hilo, Hawaii.
On THUKSDAY, March 30, 1893, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii-
"olnnl Hale, will bo sold at Public Auction
Four (4) Sections of Land in Kuaia and
Kahoahuna, N. Hilo, Hawaii, as follows:
Section 1 Containing an area of 39.2
, Acres. Upset price $1!X.
Section 2 Containing an area of 37.7
Acres. Upset price $189.
Section 3 Containing an area of 10.43
Acres. Upset price $203.
Section 4 Containing an area of O.ori
Acres. Upset price $45.
It is conditioned thut the purchaser of
the above Lots shall pay the cost of survey
and plotting of same. Full information in
this regard can be obtained upon applica
tion to the Land Olllco, Interior Depart
ment. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Offlec, Feb. 22, 1893.
J. K. KEALO, Esq., has this day been
appointed Commissioner of Fences for
Koolaupoko, Island of Oahu, vice John
Awa resigned. The Board now consists as
WM. H. LOWELL,
J. K. KEALO.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 21, 1893.
D. KAHAULELIO, E-y., has this day
been appointed a member of the Itoad
Board of tho Taxation District of Lahaina,
Maui, for the unexpired term made vacant
by the resignation of Geo. Kauhi.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 21, 1893.
R. C. SEARLE, Esq., has this day been
appointed a Member for the Road Hoard
of the Taxation District of Lahaina, Maui,
for the unexpired term made vacant by
the resignation of R. H. Makekau.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 22, 1893.
R. W. MEYER, Esq., has this day been
appointed Notary Public for the Second
Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 21, 1893.
50 cents a month,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, FEB. 23, 1893.
NOT SO BAD.
Mr. Thurston has given out a cau
tion from Washington against ac
cepting newspaper roports of tho
contents of tho ponding annosation
treaty. This caution comes in sea
sonably to prevent a cold chill from
taking possession of all who havo
hoped almost against hope that
some measuro of local self-government
would bo granted Hawaii by
"her great and good friend tho
United States," as wo havo become
habituated to stylo our nearest,
most intimate and, in timos past,
most generous neighbor. Such a
treaty as that partly sketched in a
Washington despatch in this issuo
would cause n decidedly cold wave
to roll over tho islands, changing
anxious doubts into despair among
all who believe in tho primitive but
uudimmed American principle of uo
taxation without representation.
Lot us take as much comfort as
wo can, while tho bost and tho worst
of tho annexation schomo aro as yet
unrevoalod, out of an item in the
litest nows rocoivod from Washing
ton. It is intimated therein that no
out-nnd-driod system of Hawaiian
govornmont is contained in thu
troaty, but tho form is to bo matter
of discussion mid deliberation in
Cougross aftor tho troaty lias been
ratified by tho Provisional Govorn
mont of Hawaii. Thoro is certainly
gleam of statesmanship in this
Careful motto of procoduro. Tho
inoro thought and solicitation of in
telligent Hawaiian opinion thoro aro
given iu regard to this vitally im
portant rnattor, tho loss oasy will it
bo for tho oppononts of annexation
on tho othor sido of tho Pacific to
maintain tho viow ono , that has
taken a strong and doop hold over
thoro that tho wholo annexation
proposal is tho result of a dooplaid
and long-planned conspiracy iu both
Tho individual claims of a fow
thousand civilized pooplo to a voico
iu thoir own common affairs aro just
as groat as those of a community
numbered by hundreds of thousands
or ovon millions. A schomo of gov
ornmont to afford equal rights and
justico to tho inhabitants of tho Ha
waiian Islands can no more bo con
ceived iu a hasty and slapdash man
ner than a scheme of govornmont for
such a country as Ireland, for
iustanco. If tho solo rolianco for
succoss of whatever schomo be pro
posed is to bo might, tlion thoro is a
possibility that tho governing of
those islands, through oxtra-torrito-
rial authority exclusively, will cost
moro than tho pooplo of tho United
States will consider tho acquisition
worth. As j'ot, howovor, it is not
cortain that tho annexation treaty,
whatever it contains, is passed or
will pass. Tho opposition to tho
total destruction of insular autono
my in tho United States is' so strong
as not to be despised. Thoro is
a possibility, in spito of tho roports
already published, that" tho opposi
tion will have boon powerful enough
in the Senate to delay decision until
tho other sido of tho question should
havo been fully presented. Thoro is
still room to hope that Hawaii will
not bo wholly extinguished as a froo
That Kohala Correspondent.
I seed in tho Gazette a letter from
a Kohala correspondent who growls
about tho Fost-oiiice marm becos
sho has some good natured fellows
(gals) doro, who am over willing to
help her in distributing tho mail.
Now do fact am dis I tink, Mr. Bulle
tin, that this Barnacle who am scrib
bling, for that Gazette am trying to
got uat job, an war doing his best iu
a nusty waj' to make people believe
his yarns, so thet tho big boss in
Honolulu would got on the war
path, give thet p. m. here de bounce
so thet this Barnacle, who has got
tho stummick ake for thet olliee
would get tho show. I also heerd,
thet tho effluvia down thet gulch on
account of thet hoss havo circum
rounded B.'s placo so thet some
times, if not often, tho Big hoss gives
him "Hail Columbia the gem of the
ocean" thet ho gets sheered of losing
the ink slinging job, thet he is arter,
the ere P. O. dental cheer. I tiuk
he'll get it in tho neck and thet he
better go to schulo agin, and wade
iu thet gulch, and suck eggs. Hen's
eggs is best but geese eggs makes
thet fellow a jackus. I'm ofllo sorry
for thet barnacle, and thet othor
follow who writ for your pepor gave
it to him good.
Supposing wo toll him to kip
quiet, it would bo better than scrib
bling so many yarns about dis dees
trict which am all nonsense an bosh.
Good-byo, Barnacle. Ta-ta.
Kohala, February 15, 1893.
Progress of tho Term Bankruptcy
Judge Whiting, at Circuit Court
term, charged" the mixed jury after
recess to-day, in the case of James I.
Dowsett vs. Maukeala, ejectment.
Foreign jury cases will bo begun
Proceedings to have W. C. Achi
declared a bankrupt havo been dis
continued. Counsel for the creditors in a cer
tain Chinese bankruptcy has been
trying to force the bankrupt, under
the rule of contempt, to reveal tho
location and tho contents of his ac
couut books. Tho respondent says
he was turned out of his store and
had all his belongings seized, there
fore should not bo expected to know
atvything about whoro his books aro
WHALERS REFUSE DUTY.'
Unitod States Marines Sent to Arrest
Captain G. W. Portor, master of
tho whaling bark Wm.Bayliss, cruis
ing outsido, sent word ashoro this
morning that five of his sailors ro-
fusod duty, and fearing trouble ho
wished them to bo put in prison.
Consul-Gonoral Severance sont some
marines from ono of tho U. S. war
vessels in port out for tho mon.
Tho mutinous sailors, whose names
aro, W. Driscoll, E. L. Mitchell, D.
H. Stanton, Jas. Stony and Richard
Manning, wore brought aBhoro in
irons and locked up in tho Polico
Station, until thoy havo changed
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumbor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Native Fans and Curios iu groat
variety at tho "Elite loo Cream Par
lors." Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co,,
Dr. MoLonnan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chrouiu and Sugical
cases, Mutual Telephone 082.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. U., will uon
tinuo giving instruction in private
and iu classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakou tit rout,
near Y, M, C. A.
ANOTHER BRITISH WAR SHIP.
Tho Royal Arthur Ordorod to tho
Tho British, Admiralty has ordor
od tho Royal Arthur, ouo of tho
swiftost and finest fighting ships in
tho British navy, to procood at oncer
from England to tho Pacific and ro
onforco tho British squadron in
thoso waters. Tho Admiralty, says
tho New York Times, has furthpr or
dered tho big ironclad Tomorairo to
bo despatched with all hasto to tho
Esquimalt naval station iu tho Pa
cific. Tho Royal Arthur on her ar
rival in Pacific waters will take up
tho duties of flagship of tho station,
relieving tho Warspito.
How much bearing tho above or
dors havo on tho Hawaiian revolu
tion has not boon learned. For tho
first timo, howovor, in hor history,
England, in ordering tho Royal Ar
thur and Tomorairo to the Pacificf
has raisod tho squadron in those wa
ters to tho proportions of an iron
clad ileot. The Royal Arthur is ono
of the ablost fighting vessols of tho
largo cruisor class possossod by tho
BMtish navy. Sho was launched as
lato as 1891, and though originally
called the Centaur, was at tho last
momont and by orders of tho Queon,
christened tho Royal Arthur.
For tho past two years it has been
obvious to American naval officers
that Groat Britain was gradually
and steadily offsetting by addition
to hor squadrons on tho oast and
west coasts of tho United States, all
now vessols of this country, and this
sho has boon doing by placing in
American waters warships a littlo
stronger, and, if not faster, at least
equal in speed to the now American
vessols. But in sending out from
England tho Royal Arthur and
Tomorairo tho Admiralty has made
an advance which in naval circles at
this port is deemed ominous. The
necessity for such lino fighting ships
in tho distant waters of tho Pacific
is deemed to be an open admission
of tho watchfulness on tho part of
tho British Government of tho grow
ing strougth of tho United States.
Ten years ago tho British navy was
deemed well represented in Amer
ican waters by wooden gunboats.
The Jtoyal Arthur is a littlo small
or than tho armored-cruiser Blake,
tho ilagship of tho British squadron
on the East coast of tho United
Statos. In displacement she measures
nearly 8000 tons. Hor principal di
mension aro: Length, 360 foot; beam,
60 feet, and draught 23 foot 9 inches.
Tho engines of tho Royal Arthur aro
capable of developing 12,000 horse
power, giving to tho ship a recorded
speed of 19.5 knots por hour.
The battory of the Royal Arthur
consists of one 9.2-inch twenty-two
ton brcoch-loading-riilo mounted
forward and twolvo six-inch rapid
fire guns placed iu broadside. In
addition, thoro is a secondarj' bat
tory made up of twelve six-pouudor
and five three-pounder rapid-fire
guns and seven machine guns. The
crow numbers 500 men.
At a speed of ton knots por hour
tho Royal Arthur can steam without
recoaling 10,000 miles. Her coal
bunkers will hold 850 tons of coal.
The commander of tho ship will bo
Captain W. Forsyth. Tho Royal
Arthur will lly tho pennant ol Kear
Admiral Henry Frederick Stephen
son, C. B., the now commander-in-chief
of the Pacific squadron.
Tho Royal Arthur is at present at
Portsmouth, England. Sho can sail
iu the course of a fortnight and her
steaming qualities will readily admit
of hor reaching Honolulu inside of
forty days. S F. Chronicle.
American Relief Fund.
The annual meeting of tho Amer
ican Relief Fund was hold this
morning, Vice-President W. F. Allen
in the chair. The election of officers
resulted in tho re-election of old the
President, Hon. C. R. Bishop;
Yico-Prosident, W. F Allon;
Secretary and Treasurer, Theo. F.
Relief Committee President
Bishop, H. A. Parinoloo, J. Emmo
luth. The Secretary reported having re
ceived yesterday a check for $50
from Messrs. A. S. Hartwoll and
Henry Waterhouse, executors of tho
estate of J. H. Wood, being the
amount bequeathed by that lament
ed gentleman in his will.
Messrs. Bruce Cartwright and F.
L. Winter wore appointed a commit
too to solicit subscribers to the
Free Trado Would be Enough.
"Tho United Statos should not an
nex Hawaii," said Allen W. Thurman
at the Groat Northern yesterday. "I
believe tho annexation of the island
would bo a mistake which Americans
would regret. There is now sufficient
territory in this country and tho
addition of Hawaii at this time
would introduco complicated mat
tors for consideration whoro thoro
aro moro important ones to occupy
attention. No, I would not bo in
favor of a protectorate. Tho only
proper thing for us to do is to bind
these islands to us by free trado with
them. That's the kind of annexa
tion and tho only kind which would
bo beneficial to tho United States."
Mr, Albert Favorite, of Arkansas
City, Kan., wishes to give our readers
the benefit of his experience with
colds. Ho says: "I contracted a
cold early last spring that sottled on
my lungs, and had hardly recovorod
from it when I caught anothor that
hung on all summer and loft me
with a hacking cough which I
thought I would never get rid of. I
had used Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy some fourteen years ago with
much succoss, and concluded to try
it again. Whon I had got through
with ono bottle my cough had loft
mo, and I have not BuQ'erod with a
cough or cold since, I havo recom
mended it to others, and all spoak
well of it." 50 cent bottlos for sale
by all doalors. Benson, Smith & Co,,
Agents for thu Hawaiian Islands.
Mechanics' Home, D'J and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
mouth 2Go, and fJUo. a night; II
and 11.25 a wook,
A SEALER'S DEFIANCE.
Sails Without Papers in Spito of Of
A strangb schooner was sightod
off port yostorday afternoon and an
chored outsido tho Spar buoy. Lato
in tho afternoon tho captain, whoso
namo could not bo ascertained, enmo
ashoro to purchaso provisions, namo
ly, rico and sugar. Port Surveyor
Saudors stationed mou to watch that
tho vossol did not land any goods.
Tho cantain comnloted his orrand
and loft tlio wharf for tho schoonor
shortly aftor 9 o'clock. Customs of
ficer Chas. Clark was put on board
by tho tug Elou with orders to detain
tho vossol if tho captain tried to
sail, as ho had not mado his entry at
tho Custom House. Tho captain
stated that tho Custom Houso was
closed at noon, and ho was not go
ing to wait until tho next day.
A captain of police and sovoral
officors went out in shoro boats, and
tho Customs officer signaled for tho
tug, as tho captain persisted in dis
oboying orders. When tho tug camo
near and tho Port Survoyor protest
ed against tho schooner's leaving,
tho captain told them to go to blazes,
and at 11:30 o'clock sho sailed. Tho
vessel was tho sealing schooner Mat
thew Tumor on hor way to Hako
dato, Japan, on a scaling cruise. She
lolt Ban Francisco on Fob. 2d.
Tho prolonged screaming of tho
tug whistle, summoning hor, crew
after 10 o'clock last night, set the
whole town besieging the telephones
for information as to the cause of
tho alarm. .
Finod for Carrying Firearms.
W. Wagner was tried in tho Dis
trict Court this morning on a charge
of carrying a loaded revolver on the
night of Feb. 17 Wagnor, it will bo
remombored, was Stone's companion
in the Pantheon Saloon, when Stone
shot a native policeman under tho
arm. Witnesses testified to having
takon a rovolvor from Wagnor's hip
A. S. Hartwoll for defendant mov
ed for discharge on the ground that
defendant was a mombor of tho Na
tional Guard and tho prosecution
must show he had no right to bo
armed. Motion was denied. De
fendant was found guilty and sen
tenced to pay a fine of 30. Appeal
COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION.
Johnson Shirt Co.
vs. Tho Peo-
pie ex rel.
Summons with Notice.)
Tiik SiiiBTMAKF.n, attorney for plaintiff,
corner King and Alaliea streets.
Hand-me-Down Shirt, defendant's attor
ney for all tho stores.
TO THE PUBLIC :
lrou are hereby summoned and com
manded to appear, all other business
excuses, notwithstanding that, A. L.
Johnson makes tho best and cheap
est lino of all kinds of Shirts at his
factory, corner King and Alakoa
street in the City of Honolulu, Coun
ty of Good Government, State of
Oahu, between the hours of 8 a. m.
and 5 p. in., on and aftor tho 0th day
of October, 1892, and then and there
show cause why you should not bo
punished for not patronizing the
long established shirtmaker and to
testify to tho best of your knowledge
as to the quality and make of John
son's Shirts with all tho latest and
best improvements mado to order,
and for sale by tho above plaintiff in
tho above said premisos. Should
you fail to put iu an appearance in
the above said place you will bo
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.
No shyster collectors need appear.
Arrived, por S. S. Australia, to
day, Wednesday, 22d February,
for the California Fruit Markot, on
ice: Celery, cauliflower, fresh oys
ters, shell and in tins; salmon, floun
der, crabs, etc. Also, our usual sup
ply of apples, pears, dried fruits,
nuts and raisins, dates, etc; Califor
nia figs, iu boxes; prunes, potatoes
navel oranges, Sicily lemons, Mexi
can limes and onions. All fresh and
sound; prices to suit the times.
P. G. Camawnos,
Cor. King and Alakea streets.
Mutual Telephone 378.
Tho article of special convenience
in every household and ollico
throughout the islands, and tho most
acceptable to send to friends abroad
because it deals only with facts
and figures is a copy of tho Ha
waiian Annual for 1893. Price, 75
cents each, or 85 cents mailed abroad.
A DIAMOND AND GAUNET UKOOOH
last evening near tho Ico Factory.
Tho Under will bo suitably rewarded upon
delivory to B. B. DOLE.
Fob. L2, 1803. 057-3t
VALUABLE SHARES OF
Stock and Real Estate
POR, SAXjHJ I
I have for salo tho undermentioned Sialics
of Btock and Heal Eitalo:
Shares O. It.
it L. Co. Par value
Volcano House, Par
Sugar Co. Par
value $ iuu.
10 Shares Honolulu Dairy Co,
Lot No, 2, Block 38, at Pearl City Peninsula
Area about 2 Acres.
House at ICa.i3cila.xxia.
At present occupied by Prof, Qrdwav, con
slsting of 8 Rooms with Stables and Car
riage IIouho; ono minute's walk from tram-
For further particulars apply to
Lewla J, liOvojr,
Cor. Fort fc Queen Ms,
For Coughs & Colds.
John F. Jones, Edom,Tex.,writes'
I have used German Syrup for the
past six years, for Sore Throat,
Cough, Colds, Pains in the Chest
and Lungs, and let rue say to any
one wanting such a medicine
German Syrup is the best.
B.W. Baldwin, Carnesville.TeHn.,
.writes : I have used your German
Syrup in my family, and find it the
best medicine I ever tried for coughs
and colds. I recommend it to every
one for these troubles.
R. Schmalhausen, Druggist" of
Charleston, Ill.,writes : After trying
scores of prescriptions and prepara
tions I had on my files and shelves
without relief for a very severe cold,
which had settled on my lungs, I
tried your Gorman Syrup. It gave
me immediate relief and a perma
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey. U. S.' A
c. j. McCarthy
Can bo found for tho present at the
Office of C. V. E. Dove,
OVER SPREOKELS' BANK.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
Hawaiian Itailroad Co., (L'd), held
at their otllcc this dav, the following gen
tlemen were elected to serve during the
C. L. Wight President,
AV. C. Wilder Vice-President,
S. G. Wilder Secretary,
C. J. Falk Treasurer,
S. G. WILDER,
Honolulu, Fob. 23, 1893. 058-lw
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
meeting of the Daily Bulletin Pub
lishing Co., (L'd), held this day, the fol
lowing ollicers were elected for.tho current
H. E. Mclntyre President,
S.unl. Parker Vice-President,
Seerotarv and Treasurer,
11. It. Hind . Auditor.
these with Dr. O. Trousseau,
Hoard of Diieotors.
23. 18!. G5K-lw
NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that the follow
ing de-oribed Animals will
be sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY. March -1.
lb'J3, at lU o'clock noon, at tne Uovernment
Pound at Malciki :
1 Black Horse, branded "KK 7" on light
1 Bay Horse, branded "HA O" on right
hind log, also "LY" on left hind leg.
1 Bay ilare, branded "F" on left hind
BF Owners of tho above Animals must
bend in thoir claims within 8 days, other
wise they will be sold on the date above
named. D. KAOAO,
Honolulu, Feb. 23, 18flJ. GT)S-2t
On Account of Departure.
ATllACT OF LAND, NEAIt
Berctania street, of about
8 Acres, favorablv located for
division into Building Lots;
at nresent cultivated for vege
tables, rico and bananas; water from two
Artesian Wells. Apply to
P. O. Box 412, Honolulu.
A NEWLY BUILT COT
tago 24x3(1, contain
ing 4 KoojiiH, Kitchon and
Bathroom, on a Lot 50 feet
frontage on JierlcwItlnitrcotiiearPniialum;
area about O00U square feet; 5 minutes'
walk from tho tramcars; Artesian water.
Price $1000. Apply to
CI9-2w P. O. Box 112, Honolulu.
A 12 GAUGE L. 0.
Shotgun in Al order with
2 Cases and Cleaning Im-
albo, 200 Bquire's Hand-loaded Shells.
EST' 1'ot particulars, lnqnlro ol
W. M. CUNNINGHAM,
(i31-tf Anchor Saloon.
MOWEKS TO LET BY THE
week or mouth' Henairini:.
Xj day, week or mouth'
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
Pieces furnished whon required. Machines
called for and returned. Also, Repairing
Garden Hose iu fact, can do anything
necessary around the house or stable.
Ring up Mutual Telephone 152.
681-tf N. F. BURGESS.
TO PLANT LOVERS !
nnilE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES
X notify thu public that he is prepared
to Propuguto any kind of Tree, Bhrub or
Bush bv (Jraftlm
g, iimiuiug, viuiug, or
No payments will bo re-
quired until they are well rooted, which
will take from six weeks to six months, ac
cording to its genus. Now is tho time for
ladles to make presouts whether exotics or
natives, to her friends, 1 will also under
take to eradicate all insects that prey upon
or suck the sap from trees and other vege
tables, which cuu bo expelled from M to K)
hours; no cure uo pay,
IV The l.'ollVo and Orange family a
05,1.1111 Bulmitin Olllce,
Subscribe for the Dally Bulletin, 00
cent per month.
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'fl
Saturday, Feb. JS, 1S93.
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 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, 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 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 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 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 of
the store with marvelous
rapidity. 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 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 ol 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 without its having been
set for him. They're econo
mical in the matter of bait.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposlto Spreekola' Block,
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
' ' .a.ttst:r,.a.:LjI A.
WILL. MS AVE HONOLULU
Kon TIIK AllOVK TORT ON
Wednesday, March 1st,
The undersigned aro now pronarod to
Issuo Through Tickets from this city to all
points in tno unueu nraios. .
For further particulars regarding Freight
or Passage apply to
Win. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
(!."7-0t Qonoral Agents.
A FRESH LOT OF
HAY and GRAIN
PER "S. G. WILDER"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
W. T. MONSARKAT,
Vtr-ixxa.r,y -:- Surgeon.
Government Veterinary Surgeon. Inspector
of Stock, Port of Honolulu.
Excellent Accommodation for Patients. No
Risk in Throwing Horses.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
&- Orders for Plantation and Ranch
Stock will receivo prompt attention.
Muhial 183-TELEPH0NES-Bell 96.
M. L. MINER, D. V. S.
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
OFFICE: HOTEL STABLES.
8 to 10 A. it,',
1:30 to 3:30 P.
With Dr. F. L. Jlincr,
All Calls Will Receive Prompt Attention.
JEMBERS OF MY SCHOOL (PHY8I
lTX cal Culture) aro hereby notified that
I will start temporarily at the Boat Houso
adjoining Marine Railway until ablo to
secure a hall. Following aro the Class
Nights beginning MONDAY, Feb. 27th :
M OND AYS & THURSDAYS-Wrestling
TUESDAYS & FlUDAYS-Club Swing
ing, Dumb Bell Exercises, Etc.
Bell Teleiplione 157.
M. II. LOHEIDE.
FORT STREET !
Store To Let !
Fixtures For Sale !
JOF Innuiro of
OHAS. J. FISHEL.
021-1 iu Cor. Fort fc Hotel ata.
Five Different Varieties
FOR SALE BY
Lewis J. Levev,
Cor. Fort it Queen sts,
On Consignment Ex H
t) Huts, stilish.
incut of Cork mid Palent Vmitlli
niwtBii. jvimi ii iiiri'
llnia, all shupes uud sizes, For sale at thu
OAL. FRUIT MARKET,
(Wt Cor. King & Alakea sts,