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Tho nttontton of Property Owners In tlio
Clt of Honolulu Is especially called to nn
Act defining Highways approved October
10, 1892, nml moro particularly to tho fol
OWNER OH ABUTTOR TO CONSTRUCT AT
Skction 11. All sidewalks shall he con
structed and lnatntnlncd at the expense of
tho adjoining owner or almttor subject to
the provisions of Section 12 of this Act.
Skction 12. After tho establishment of
grades of street in Honolulu, as by law
proscribed, tho said Minister may require
tho owners of the land adjoining any
street, the grade of which has been estab
lished, to construct sidewalks in accord
ance with tho grade of tho street and to
comply with the regulations regarding the
material and construction of such side
CONSTRUCTION BY OWNER.
Skction 13. If any such owner, after
receiving notice to construct a sidewalk,
as provided in Section 12 hereof, shall neg
lect or refuse to comply with such direc
tion for sixty days aftor notice, tho Minis
tor may proceed to construct such side
walk at the expense of such owner, such
oxponse shall bo a Hen on tho property in
front of which such sidcwal onstrnct
ed, and tho Minister may .cover tho
amount of such lien, and tho expense and
costs of the same, by action at law in as
sumpsit, or by action allowed by law and
equity, or that may be prescribed by
statute. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 2tf, 1S!.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Oovornmont Land nt LauprUioo
hoo, Hilo, Hawaii.
On THURSDAY, March !!, IWn, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front enhance of Alli
olaui Hale, will be sold at Public Auction
tho Leau of all that Tract of Government
Land In the District of Hilo, Hawaii, ling
between the boundary of Manilla Nul, and
tho eastern edge of I.aupahoehoo Gulch,
ami extending from the sea to the lino of
forest as surveyed about 4 miles inauka
Reserving to tho Government tho light
of way for three roads running inauka from
main load to tho Forest. An area of 20 5-10
acres known as the "I.jdgate Home-dead,"
and also tho spi lug supplying the I.aupa
hoehoo Water Works. Area, U,HU0 acies a
little more or loss.
For furthor Information apply to tho
Irfind Olllce, Interior Department.
Term Lease for 15 years.
Upset prico $1,200 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Intoiior.
Interior Olllce, .Ian. 30, IsiU.
SALE OF LEASE
a Tract of
Slow Trocrcsa Laat Chance for tho
Unreadiness and ulintooiMn of
InwyoiH, added to Hie loxolutiouavy
cironni'diineos of tlie opening time,
have made tlio initial lenn of the
First Circuit C'oint lather unpro
dnethe of results in the despatch
Vesteiday tho motion of defen
dants in Don -el t s. Mnnkoaln and
others was aigncd : 1 submitted.
Ella ISnllor was granted a divorce
from Jlenvy Hutlor this morning on
tho grounds of extreme cruelty and
habitual drunkenness. Kos. for
plaintill'; Ashford for defendant,
liichtml Stone was arraigned
norvortinsr insticeand pleaded
guilty. Mr. llartwcll appeared I
him." Defendant was held in jS
On WEDNESDAY, March S, 1805, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of Alii
olani Hale, will be sold at Public Auction
the Lease of that Tract of Government
Land lying between the land of Humuula
and tho land of Kniwlkl, L. C. A. iWl, in
Hilo District, Hawaii, and extending fiom
sea to boundary about 11,000 feet inauka of
same and containing an area of 1300 acres
more or less.
Term Lease for 20 years.
Upset price, $102 per annum, pa) able
scmi-annuallv in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, February 7, 1893.
On THURSDAY, March ;!0, 1SIVJ, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olani Hale, will bo sold at Public Auction,
310 2-10 Acies of Hush and Woodland about
1; miles above main road in the District
of North Hilo, Hawaii.
The Government reserves the llight-nf-Way
for a road thiougli this Land.
It is conditioned that tho puicliasor of
the above land shall pa) cost of survej and
plotting of siiuie. Full information in tins
regaul cm be obtained upon application to
the Land Olllce, Interior Department.
Upset price, $310.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 25, 1S0J.
THE DAILY BULLET!
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
Rut Established for the Benefit of Ml.
bail to appear next term for tiial.
Ho was arrested for shooting and ,
wounding a police man in the Pan
theon Saloon, while resisting arrest
for joining in a riotous disturba-co
with several fellow-soldiers from (lie
Young Hoy and Young Wai,
charged with gis- cheat, pleaded
not guilty and were remanded till
Jndgo Whiting will adjourn tho
Court sine die soon after 10 o'clock
to-morrow morning, unless some
business is presented to keep it in
John AY. Winter and Frank L.
Winter have filed in the Clerk's
ollice the last will and testament of
their late father. .John S. Winter, and
ask to bo appointed ovecutors, none
being named in the will. The chil
dren of the testator and a child of
John Y. Winter aie the devisees.
Theie is personal property supposed
to amount to.":2M)0 and real estate,
value unknown nt piesent. to lie
divided. The hearing of petition is
set for Match '22.
THE BAItK J. 0. POTTER.
Captain Meyer has Trouble with
His Crow Before Leaving San
Paul Loudcck, a Ui-year-old sailor,
was ieiously assaulted near Broad
way and Montgomery streets by
three men oaily Sunday morning,
l'eb. l. J
Loudcck was walking quietly
along when he was accosted by
thieo men who asKed him whether
or not he had shipped on the John
(.'. Potter for Honolulu. Loudcck
said he had. Upon leceiving the
answer tho three men sprang upon
I lie bov, striking him on tho head
witli a heavy bottle.
Loudcck threw up his hands to
ward oil' tho blows, when his index
linger was struck and almost com
pletely severed. His head was
severely injured and ho was general-
, ly used up when help came. His as
sailants lieu nutl he was taken to a
surgeon for treatment.
As soon as the boy had recovered
sullicionlby to talk ho asked to bo
taken on board his ship, which was
on the point of sailing.
"I have no one here to care for
me," ho said. "Captain Meyer is my
uncle, and 1 had better go on to
sea." lie was accordingly taken on
United Slates Doputy Marshal
Mulonoy arrested Fied Miller and
Victor Collor,soanien who had signed
ai tides to sail with the John C
Potter, bound for Honolulu.
Miller and Culler had drawn their
advance, and after the ship sailed
deserted her. Complaint was made
by tlio captain, and the men wore
anested and placed in tho custody
of United States Marshal Long for
uolating cectioik'l.V.HS of tho Itoviscd
Statutes.--.S. F. Cull.
WILL HE GIVEN HY THE
H. I. H. NOEAU
Saturday Evening, March 4th,
AT 7:::0 O'CLOCK.
Among thoso w ho w 111 take part aru
MISS KATE MiGHEW.
MISS EVA PARKER.
MISS LOUISE E. DALE.
MISS OLAKA GLADE,
MISS CARRIE CASTLE,
Hawaiian Mmn Co,, L'll
AN'll HUVI'RVli OTlIl'.IW
All persons holding Commissions as
Special Police on the Island of Oahu, are
hereby directed to return such Commis
sions to tho Marshal's Office on or before
SATtJBDAY, the 1th day of March
Signed W. G. ASHLEY,
FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1SJ13.
Marshal's Office, Feb. 28, 1893.
NOTICE TO SAVINGS BANK DEPOSITORS.
Depositors in the Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank who have not had interest for
1892 entered in their Pass Books, will please
forward them at once to the General Post
GGI 2t-10 It
SALE OF A
Government Lot at Kaluaopalcna,
On WEDNESDAY, March 15, 18US, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olani Hale, will be sold at Public Auction,
Government Building Lot No. 19 at Kalua
opalcna, Kalihl, Oahu, containing an area
of one 01-100 acres, a little more or less.
Upset price $200.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 13, 1693.
Holders of Water Privileges, or thoso
paying Water Rates, are hereby notified
that tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and i to 0 o'clock r, m., until further notice,
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wiwox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., Jan. fi, lb'JS,
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 1893, orthoy will be
forfolted, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any ono.
Registration on Ouhu shall bo made at
the Interior Office.
On tho other Islands It shall bo done at
the Offices of the several Sheriffs,
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the interior.
Interior Office, Dee. 2, 189J. Cs'J-tf
FRANK HUSTAOi: has this day been
appointed Chief Engineer of the Honolulu
S. 11. ROSE,
Chairman Hoard of Flru Commissioners,
Honolulu, March 1, IB'j.'i,
MR. BISHOP AND THE POST.
The Now York Post published a
long letter from Rev. Soieno E.
Bishop of Honolulu, in which an at
tempt was made to justify the revo
lution on tho ground that tho Queen
had revortod to "heathenish and
sorcerous practices. !i.iiuoriaiiy
the Post treats this as a ilimsy pro
text, saying that the treaty of 1875,
an extension of which was negotiat
ed by Secretary Frolinghuysen, ''re
cognized tho independence and
competency of the Hawaiian mon
arclry; no objection was made in the
treaty on our side to tho religion or
customs of tho natives." Tho Post
says that if tho Hawaiian Govern
ment had violated any stipulations
of that treaty, tho United States
"would undoubtedly have boon jus
tified in interfering by force, if ne
cessary, to prevent such violation."
"Nothing of this kind has happen
ed," says the Post, concluding as
Surely wo cannot act against a
government which wo have recog
nized, without somo better justifica
tion than vague charges preferred
by successful rebols. It is no doubt
important to have a coaling-station
somewhere about Honolulu, but it
is far moro important that tho
United States should, especially in
its dealings with weaker Powers,
show itself law-abiding. Therefore,
there should bo no haste in this mat
ter, and President Harrison, besides
avoiding oven tho appearance of
haste, should avoid imposing on
Mr. Cleveland tho execution of a
policy initiated ly his predecessor,
without tho sense of lesponsibilitv
which is always created by having
to carry out one's own plan.
The Sandwich. Islands.
Upon the policy of annexing tho
Sandwich islands tlio politicians are
Tlio islands aie, ph -it-ally, an
eaithly parndi-c, so 1 gather liom a
doctor who's ju-t been telling me
about them. I'eihap- the doctor
was prejudiced fioin the fact that lie
had a cold in the head, a bad ee
where some fellow had punched him
in t lie eye with an uubrella on the j
statra ol the elevated and had been
out all night with a iclractory baby
Anyhow, the islands are immense.
liver, pro-peel plea-e-. and een the
kanaka isn't -o vile as ho might be. '
the doctor says. Life can lie sup
ported by only the -lightest amount
of labor. Tho sk is alwa.--miling,
the Pacific cyclone is taie, the air i- i
balmy and there is no won! for yow '
in the native tongue. Tho people
are naturally Kind and gentle. Their I
taste for missionary steak has been I
eradicated and I hey love nun better .
now. The Japanese and Chinese
coolie- aie tins human interest in a '
landscape as lair as that of Capri.
Mauna Loa is a uieo companionable
volcano and doesn't ei upl very much, i
The doctor wants the island- annex
ed a- a teiritory, and say.- that it '
will be, under Yankee uiie, one of i
the gieate-t -anitarj station-in the I
world. Cleveland Plaimlealer, )!.
U, 1S0.S. j
Per.sons who are subject to attacks
of bilious colic can almost invariably,
tell b their feeling-, when to expect
an attack. If Chamberlain's Colic,
Choleia and Diairluva Remedy is
taken as soon a- those symptoms ap
pear, they can ward oil' the djsea-e.
Such persons should always keep the
Remedy at hand, icady for imme
diate use when needed. Two or
thieodo-esof it at the light, time
will suto t hem much -uH'ering. For
sale by all dealers. 13-iiison, Smith
i Co., agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. The Electrical World ha- formu
lated an argument lor the u-oof lire
in-peclois who chaige every iho
lhij cannot account lor to an elec
tiic wiie. Itiuusthus: "Electricity
is something tho evict natuie of
which is unknown. The cause of
Iho au'iago lire i- unknown. There
fore, a- things epial to the same
thing are equal to each other the
eau-e oi the aveiago file is electricity."
Will bo Sung by iho Hui Noeau in
CHORUS AND SOLO.
SONS OF ST. GEORGE
fa f.t v, t, trip- Ti,r
Entartammont at St. Andrew's, j
The regular monthly meeting of
tho St. Andrew's Chinch Association
was held 3-esterday oNcning in the
schoolroom. After tho usual routine
business tho follow ing program was
Violin and Piano duett. . . .
..Messi-,. Aitlmrand Oimoud Wall
Reading Mr. Philip Dodge
Vocal duett MNo- Flmu and Clai.i tll.idu
Reading Mr. Geo. ('. Potter
Hong with Violin ohlig.uo. ..
Mi-so- l!mges mid Mitiiew
All of the numbeis were ecel-
lontb rendered and gave much satis
faction to tho largo audience present.
Refreshments consist ing of ice cicain
and cake w oi o served, and the ie-t
of the evening was spent in social
conversation. Among tlioso picsont
wore ollicors from both tho American
and British war vessels. A delight
ful time was spent by all.
A Voico from tho Old Bay State.
For two years I suffered terribly
with slomich tremble, and was for
all that time under treatment by a
physician. lie finally, after trying
everything, said stomach was about
worn out, and that I would have to
cease eating solid food for a time at
least. I was so weak that I could
not work. Finally on the recom
mendation of a friend who had used
A worn-out with beneficial re
sults, I procured a
Stomach. bottle of August
Flower, and com
menced using it. It seemed to do
uie good at once. I gained in
strength and fieah rapidly ; my ap
petite became good, and I suffered
no bad effects from what I ate. I
feel now like a new man, and con
sider that August Flower lias en
tirely cured me of Dyspepsia in its
woi -it form. Jamks E. Dedekick,
Saugei lies, New York.
W. B. Utsey, St. George's, S. C,
writes : I have used your August
Flower for Dyspepsia and find it an
AT THEIR HALL
Over Hollister's Store
MONDAY EVENING, March 6th,
AT s O'CLOCK.
LADIES WELCOME !
Tickets lor GentlemenSLOO
f Sjr- Only 50 Tickets will be sold so as
to prevent eiowding. "
gT- Tickets at Ooldeu ltule 15azaar or
By I.ewia J. Levey.
Enthusiasm Not General.
Tho reception given to Captain
Wiltso 'at tlio Opera House, when
considering tho enormous amount of
daiiger, hardship and glory attached
to tho overthrowing of trustful Ha
waii, was a very tamo airair indeed.
Outside of tho ollicers of the Amer
ican navy and the members of Cen
tral Union Church, with some eighty
or ninety sympathisers, there were
very few present who wore in heart
with tho object of the reception and
ball. Somo wore drawn theie by
curiosity. Others went there to sam
ple tho punch and let themselves
loose a little. If tho Advertiser peo
plo would liko to see a spontaneous
outburst of feeling straight from the
heart, lot them start a reception and
ball against tho revolutionary prin
ciples of Captain Willso. Then tho
Advertiser people will perhaps un
derstand what Inmost enthusiasm
means. Try it, Mr. Advertiser man,
then you will probably see some
thing that will make Captain Wiltso
and others heartily ashamed of
themselves. If we are to have an
nexation, let us have it on tho square
and above board. To the devil with
all tricks and shnrp practice; it in a
morsel that is indigestible with all
DUM VlVIMI'S, VlVAML'h.
The latest news from Hawaii, thai
our .Minister has declared a United
States protedoiato oer the islands,
indicates that Mr. Steven- in a stiong
nuncxntiouisl, and intends to push
tho thing along as fa-t as possible
while lie has the chance. We hope
that Mr. Slovens has done nothing
which the lest of us will regret. It
should bo distinctly remembered ly
tho administration and otheis inter
ested that the Aineiican people have
something to say in Ihi- annexation
ms.nesn And the pooj.Ie wa.il i.no 0n WEDNESDAY, MarCll 8tll,
to think tho matter over without ' '
I urn in-t'-iictc' li Mr.. HAItllY V.
Li; I" in .11 in Public Vui'iioii at his
lb siileni'e, llcietnnia street near 1'llUoi
The Nippon Yusen Kaisha's Al Steamer
Will bo duo at this port on or about tho
asth inst. and will leave for
On SATURDAY, March 11th,
ItF" I;or infoi mation rcg.uding Freight
and Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
General Agent Nippon Yusen Kaisha.
Purchasers of FIFTY TREES
Will be Picsented with a
Cara of Silk Worm Eggs
I'Olt BALK IJY
Lewis T. Levey,
Comer Port Ar Queon sts.
being hurried into any piomatuto or
ill-considered course of action by a
lot of spontaneous combustion jin
goes. Sjiriiijiliild (Musi.) llijinblitiui,
"Tho people of this vicinity insist
on having Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and do not want any other,"
sa'H John V. Jlishop, of J'oilland
Mills, Indiana. That is right. They
know it to bo superior to an other
for colds, and as a preventive and
euro for croup, and why should they
not insist upon having it. fit) cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Uen
Hon, Smith & Co,, agents for tho Ha
The , si rotige.st
that any article can have is (ho on-
dorseinont of the mot hem ol tho
town. When tho mothers icconi- ,
mead it 3011 may know that that
nrticle has moie than ordinary incrii.
Heieinwhal the Ceuterville, .Soulli 1
1 Dakota, Cilieu san edilmialh of.
an aiticle ,-old in their town: aJ''ioiu
personal epeiience we can sa) (hat '
j Chainbeilain's Cough Jicmcdy hits
I broken up bad colds for our chil-
dien. Wo are acquainted with many
' mothers in Cenloivillo who would
not be without it in the houso lor a
.good many tiine.s it .-, cimt, and too
1 leooinninniliiigiloior) iho." fU cent
bottles for sale by all dealern, Uuii
i sou, Smith iV Co., agentn for the 11a
i waiian Islands.
Miss IClla Hale, a ie-iilenl. of Up
per Sandusky, I)., has had two 10
uiarkable opotiouco. Tho liiv.l
one occuricd about live yearn ago,
when olio was seied with a mivoo
coughing spell, causing her to Iomi
her oico ami leinaiu dumb. One
day KtcKiitl, while in a ioleut fit of
coughing, it in claimed, her oico 10
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
The Whole of his Household Piunitnic
and Llleets, consisting of
2 Elegant Antique Bedroom Sets,
iicli-gint Aurliiuc lied Chelloniers, 1 11
V llcdiiiom rid, I O11U and I 11 W
W.iidiohii, 1' ii n.id h'piing MaltiCfsits,
I'll null tiers mid I. imps,
Fine Large & Small Rugs,
Hail 111 1 lutir- mid Tabli -, snneiloi
in I Luuiip , Ml ami 1 ),tlv l'-ieu-icn
Dunn. I'.ilih , It W Hlnliig I'linn-",
uplml--.( iv d in Li itln-r, It It Onliiiy
U.iK liiii- , Un 111- Oiliiiiiieiii', Oi-i-.t-Miiiii1
.nut i'iihi Tabier., I'orlicris,
ANTIQUE OAK SIDEBOARD,
l liiua I'lusi t, Luce l iirtaluw and Poles,
Ice Chu-l, Meal hafe, CiiicKiiy, Plated
War.-, Citleij (llussnarc,
1 Fischer Steel Cooking Range,
Cutil.ine I u n.-ll-i, L'ih 11 Mimer, ,,Sei
Liidihr, (iai. tin llo-ii anil Tunis, ete.
A I Ml,
1 BmUUo Pony, Snddla & Bridle,
1 aiinl. lloi'-n, lluitgy nml IIiihium.
-TIi- liu-(i will be open for iiisiei--lion
frmii in in ,ii Tin-MUiy proi iutin 10
III) l'f Will .
Lewis J. Levey,
' 1VU AUUTIONKIIIt.
MKMJIKItS OK .MY SCHOOL (PHY8I-t-.il
Culture) am heieby untitled that
1 will start temporarily at tho lloat Hotc-a
adjolnlii); Jlarino Itallway until able to
M'iMiio a hall. Pollowhif: are tho Olasn
Nights beginning MONDAY, Kcb.iJTth:
TlTi:si)AYS,V IMtlDAYS-Citib Swing
ing, bninb Hell livi-reUes, Lie,
Bell TelejDlioxie 157
(IVMu .M. II. LOHKIDL,
"THE CHINESE TIMES."
T AM OX, FOUMKIILY
I j ami Colleeiur ol
'limes," has let-igiieil, of which all jimi-ons
having biislnus uiih that paper will
please taKu uotiie. I.cu Clin Is fioin this
dale thu anthoiied Colleelor to transact
all the bimlnenH of the miIiI papui. Thu
olllec of thn Times liax been ii)iiioed totl7
Iluiiohihi, March -', IMM. (Itl-hv
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
I r PUIS IW TO INPOItM
J funnel' eiii-tuiiierH and
1 pner.illy that I have dUpo-.ed of my Hoan
ImInum. to the Honolulu Soap i ompaiiy,
lor vMiloli .Muiiir. .11. IV. -MeCheMiey ,v
Soiih arc Solo Agcl'li and niiM'lf the . Mini
iigurof tliu heap lm-itny. riiiuilting tho
1UIJII1- 1111 111, IWHM JlllllllllllgU tor 1110 plIHl
Mtvuutuun juiiw, I Mould leipi-etluily bull
oil a i-oiitluiiaiiuu Ihurcof fur thu Honolulu
T. W. JtAWMNB.
Saturday, Feb. 25, 1898.
What to do.
What to do.
Want to pay
Think it over;
They caught on,
Occidcntal and Oriental S.S. Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers ot tho above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to tho abovo
ports on or about tho following dates:
"OAT.MO" . ,
....April 11, 1RM
May 11, 18!K1
July I), 1WO
. . .Aug. 7, 18!W
., Sept. 18, 180.1 '
Oct. Ill, 18!)3
Nov. 27, IStKI
. . Dec. U:, 18!M
.... March 5, 18!l
.. .April 10, 181U
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to tho above port on
or about the following dates:
"CHINA" April 0,189
"OCEAN IO" May 7, 1893
"GAELIC" May 20, 189J
"CHINA" June 10, 1891
"HELU10" Juno 27, 1891
"PEUU" July 7, 1803
"OCEANIC" Julv 17, 1893
"GAELIC" Aug. 0, lb9.i
"CITY OP PEKING"
"OCEANIC" Sept. 25, 1893
"CHINA" Nov. 0,1893
"OCEANIC" Dec. 4, 1893
"CITY OP PEKING"
Jan. 2, 1891
"OCEANIC" ... . Feb. 12, 1MH
"CHINA" March 20, 1891
"GAELIC" May II, 1891
RATES' OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
f 150 00
Cabin, round trip 1
Oil in. round trip 12
Gf Passengers paying full faro will bo
allowed 1C poiccnt oil' return faro if return
ing within twelve month-.
KOMI. if 175 00
1CJ- Vor 1'ieight and Passage apply to
H. EAGKFELD & CO.,
207 tf Agents.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Just Received Ex "Australia"
Lawn Tennis liackels, $3.50 to $G.
" " Nets, full court.
" " Poles.
Tops, tic. to 10c.
Croquet Sets, $1.50 to $12.
Base Balls, 10c. to $1.50.
Base Ball Bats, 10c. to 90c.
Maiks, $1 to $4.
Catcher's Gloves, 50c. to $7.50.
A LARGE ASSOltTMENT OP
Children's Picture Books
Pocket Knives & Scissors,
KOI.Ii AND COMPLETE MSI: OF
ii l i i f nil
Full Bound Blank Books
At San Francisco Prices,
Blank Books & Office Supplies
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Kprjclicla' Wool;,
Tho following choice bit of word painting
occurs in Hawtiiornu'w Marble Faun:
"Women bo thoy of what carthlv rank
tl.cy may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with aw f ui beauty, havo
always some little handiwork ready to till
the tiny gap of ovcry vacant moment. A
needle is familiar to tlio lingers of them ull.
Aiiuecn, no doubt, plies it on occasion; tlio
woman poet can use it as adroitly as hor
pen; tho woman's oju, that has dibcovored
u new star, tnins from its glory to send tho
liollr-lit-il littlo iiistinuiciit gleaming along
thu hem of her kerchief, ortodarnacusual
fray In her dross. And thoy have greatly
the advantage of us In this respect. Thu
slender thiead of silk or cotton keeps them
nulled witli the -"iimH, familiar, gentle in
IcioithOf life, the continually operating ln
lhiiiru of which do so much for tho health
ol tlio i-liaiacler, anil cairy oil' what would
(itherwh-u he a dangerous accuni illation of
iiiuibid MJiiiiliiiii. A vast deal of human
sympathy run- along this elcetiic line,
t-tintcliliig fiom tlio thioiio to tho wicker
cliah of the humblest seaiustresy, and
kieplng high and low in u species ol com
munion with their kindled beings."
HouMnvlvcs, while you ply tlio needle,
have j on uei lellccted on tlio vicissitudes
of life? See to it that vour husbands pio
vldo for the future w chore of their families
by at iini-o until) Ing for a Policy in tho
MOJUTAIJU? LIFE ASSUItANCE SO
CIETY of the United States. No more
siiilablo gift could be ollered to )ou.
BRUCE & A. J. OARTWRIGUT,
General Agonts for tho Hawaiian Islands
Equitable Life Assurance Society of tlio
J AWN MOWHIIS TO LET 11V THE
u day, week or month Repairing,
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
Pieces furnished when ruiiiilunl, Machines
called for and returned. Also, Repairing
(linden Hou In fact, can do anything
ncci'si-aiy around tho liotn-u or slublu.
Ring up Mutuul Telephouu 152.
MI'tf N. V, IIURGESH.
'PHK WEEKLY JIULLET1N-2H COL
X uiunaol Interesting Rending Matter.
UhtuiU.iMi mulled to lorulgu couutrlus, &,