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Tho nttonllou of Property Owners In tho
of Honolulu Is especially called to an
Afct ilcllnlng Highways approved October
10, 18!W, ami moro particularly to the fol
OWNED. OR ABUTTOII TO CONSTIUICT AT
Hkution 11. All sidewalks slmll be con
structed and maintained at the oxpenso of
the adjoining owner or abuttor 111113001 to
the provisions of Section 12 of this Act.
Section 12. ,After tho establishment of
grades of streot in Honolulu, as by law
proscribed, the said Minister may require
tho ownora of the land adjoining any
street, the grade of which has boon estab
lished, to construct sidewalks In accord
ance with tin grade of the street ami to
comply with the regulations regarding the
material and construction of uch side
walks. CONSTnUCTION IIY OWNER.
Suction 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 after notice, the Minis
ter may procecU to construct such side
walk at the expense of such owner, such
expense shall be a lien on the property in
front of which such sidewalk is construct
ed, and the Minister may recover the
amount of such Hen, and the 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 pi escribed by
statute. J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Feb. 2S, ls0:(.
All persons holding Commissions as
Special Police on the Island of Oaliu, are
hereby directed to return such Commis
sions to the Marshal's Ollice on or before
SATUP.DAY, the M day of March
Signed W. 0. ASHLEY,
Marshal's Ofllee, Feb. 28, ISO1.
SALE OF LEASE
Of a Government Land
On MONDAY, April 3, 1803, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of Aliioliini
Hale, will be sold at Public Auction, the
Lease of a portion of the Government band
of Kaapoko, makai of the (iovernmeiit
road in Hilo, Hawaii, containing an area
of 15 Acres a little more or less.
Term Lease for 15 years.
Upset liricc JfbO per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the lntciior.
Interior Ollice, March 3, 1803.
The Lease of the Oovernmont Land
of Kopuhi, Palolo, Oahu.
On MONDAY, April 3, lb!3, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of Aliiolani
Hale, will be sold at Public Auction, the
Lease of the Government Land of Kepuhi,
Palolo, Oahn, containing un area of 11
25-100 Acres a little more or less.
Term Lease for 15 years.
Upset price $70 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, March 3, 1893.
NOTICE TO SAVINGS BANK DE
POSITORS. Depositors in the Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank who have not had interest for
1892 entered in their Pass Hooks, will please
forward them at once to the Geneial Post
GUI 2t-10 It
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Kates, are hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 0 to S o'clock a. m.,
and 4 to 0 o'clock i m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works,
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan, 5, IS'.C).
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-regis-tered
prior to July 1, 18!)3, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bu appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Ouhu shall be made at
the Interior Ollice.
On the other Islands It shall be done at
the Offices of the several Bherills,
0. N. WILCOX,
Minister of tho Interior,
Interior Office, Dee. 2, 18!)2. 6s!)-tf
FHANK HUbTAOK has this day been
appointed Chief Engineer of the Honolulu
B. 11. HOSE,
Chairman Board of I'lio L'uuiiulssloiieri',
Honolulu, March 1, 181)3,
BOHOOL VACATION NOTICE.
Tho lingular Vacation of alt Public
Schools, at the close of the first session of
tho year, will extend from FRIDAY, the
7th, to MONDAY, the 21th of April next.
Hv order of the Hoard of Kdllentlon.
W. .IAS. SMITH,
Ollice of the Hoard of Kducntlon, March
.1, ISM. (MJ-.1t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly, '
lint Established for the llenefit of All.
SATURDAY, MARCH I, 1S.3.
Tho Anglican Church Chroniulo
uotos tho biltor fulmiuations against
Groat Britain in soiuo Amuricnn pa
pers, saying, "Wo have not conic
across anything in tho English pa
pers approaching to tho nbuso men
tioned." A friend has furnished tho
Bulletin with a sheaf of Kuglish
press comments, in which wo fail to
find anything that can bo called
abuso. Tho nearest to such aro some
ironical remarks on the "American"
features of tho revolution and on
President Dole. At tho sanio time,
we have seen many articles in Am
erican papers, which are scathing in
thoir denunciation of Minister Ste
vens and all concerned in the revo
lution. Transport is tho namo of a bulkj
English periodical, being a weekly
review of docks and harbors, canals
and railways, shipping and ship
building. Its news in these lines is
fresh and attractively served. The
issue of February Ii contains an arti
clo, entitled, "A Glance at the Sand
wich Islands: the Harbors and Kail
ways," covering more than two
pages. Tho author says ho was a
visitor to tho islands in August of
IHS9. Ho is correct in his statements
with a few exceptions, and gives
much information about tho islands
in general and Mr. B. F. Dilling
ham's railway onterpriso in particu
lar. The author judges by tho re
ported circumstances that the lato
revolution was an "American plot
from beginning to end."
Tho editor of this paper is repre
sented as saying in an interview, pub
lished in the San Francisco Chroni
cle, "that tho British residents aro
mainly mindful of tho Hawaiian
debt and would not oppose' annex
ation or an American protectorate."
What he did say to tho correspond
ent was that ho did not think the
British Government would interfere,
beyond looking after its people's in
terests 111 tho Hawaiian debt and in
large investments of capital in the
islands. When the correspondent
asked what great benefits the people
hero could expect from annexation
in a doubtful tone as if ho could not
seo thorn himself tho editor caution
ed him that ho wished to be under
stood as not speaking from any na
tional prejudice, in giving reasons
for believing that the islands would
lose many advantages in the future
from the loss of independence.
A list of tho concessions refused
by Seeretar' Foster to the Provi
sional Government's Commissioners
appears in this paper. Some of them
are what anybody would have sup
posed should have followed annexa
tion as a matter of course. Thoro
is little doubt that Hawaii as an in
dependent country under any form
of government could have got more
in a reciprocity treaty that what she
gets for tho full surrender of her in
dependence. The refusal of pledges
to lay a cable within a year and to
open Pearl Harbor right away is less
extraordinary. Thoir request re
ally looks like tho tail trying
to wag the dog. For all that tho
Commissioners have got to compen
sate for the loss of independence,
they might have stayed at homo and
lot the Provisional Government Ik
up annexation, as it might have
done, at less cost as well as sacrifice,
with Minister Stevens and Captain
Wiltso. It perhaps would not have
been a finality that way, but Mr.
Foster has even declined to make
tho solemn treat' final, which is tho
strangest thing about all tho busi
ness. Is it intended only as a mer
chantable franchise, to bo sold out
to Great Britain or Germany on a
BAD BLUNDER PROVED.
Whon tho road beyond King streot
bridgo was being raised sevoral years
ago, tho Bulletin protested strongly
against tuo inadequate provision
made for tho carry
water. Jts proles
.:,, ...., nr iorm
its were unheeded
and, as in many other casus, narrow
minded nart isans alfeclcd lo roL'nrd
ii... ii,,. , ...!.. .i .... (,., ,.i
.... . . . 1 11 In IHI.'j Lord lioorgo Paulot's
more political antagonism to tho ! f,,,, Wnn rodwimoil by Iho Boiior
powers that then wore. Events have ( osity of Admiral Thomas on behalf
proved that (his journal was right ns of a high-souled nation; now who in
,.u,.i MM... WHS 1. t(ri,i ,ii Mm ! II10 name of "tho (ireat .loliovah und
',n""' IWI If iH l 7I W
Niiuauu watershed tho oilier day,
which caused a sudden rise in tho
crook. The water was at times near
ly up to the Hlringers of the bridge.
It rose at the sumo time on tho Hats
behind the Chinese Theater, until it
Snvored part of tho plat form in front
of that building. Tho water rose six
inches on the floor of a Chinoso store
adjoining the theater. Had thoro
been a heavy fall of rain all along
tho stream, in conjunction with (ho
so-called "cloudburst" in tho moun
tains, tho road at tho point in ques
tion would probably have boon over
llowed and impassablo, and a great
deal of datnago have been done to
property. What did happen, as
well as what might have happonod,
is all duo to tho folly of tho road
buildors in making a ridiculously
small culvert to carry oir tho water
from tho Hats in quest ion. This cul
vert proved useless whenever it was
put to the test. The Ih'U.ivriN know
whereof it spoke when it called at
tention to the stupid work of tho
buildors, as it was only in rocont
recollection then that a freshet had
brought boat transport intorequisi
tion at the point in question, with
hacks assisting up to thoir hubs in
water at a charge of 25 cents for a
hundred yards of tho road. It was
tho right thing in itsolf to raise tho
roadway, but without proper sluicing
tho raising only ensured worse floods
than before. Tho lato flood has fully
vindicated the position taken bj this
paper, and, if worse ones aro to bo
averted in tho future, the road
authorities must rectify tho wilful
blunder so long ago condemned.
Letter from Kohala.
Tho moderate rains of tho last
three months, though not up to tho
averago and though hardly enough
to set our minds at ease as to our
water supply, have done moro good
to last year s plant eano tlian an or
dinary cold wet winter; and tho
sight of the young cane going ahead
now is cheering t'o tho planter's
mind; and truly ho needs cheering,
for the prospect of annexation, no
bounty, high dutios and higher
taxes, seems to loso in this air tho
exhilarating effect, claimed for it hi
Honolulu. But why, friend, corres
pondent of tho P. C. A., burden your
conscience with so many misstate
ments to prove what requires no
proof? Surely every white- man in
this district is a firm supporter of tho
Provisional Government, though
tow havo thought well to register,
not knowing what use may bo made
of their names; but this does not
make them any the moro anxious
to rush into annexation without
knowing what they aro going to
gain or lose by it.
Study the history of the United
States, and assimilate, if you can,
some of tho characteristic traits of
that great man, whoso birthday you
celebrated on tho 5J2d; learn, too,
that tho cause, he so triumphantly
espoused, was "110 taxation without
Study French history and perhaps
you will not in future write such ar
rant nonsense as "two rank Jacob
ins," etc., constituting a monarchi
cal part-. Shades of Robespierre,
Barrero and St. -Just. Study Eng
lish histor', and you may perhaps
find tho term you intended to mis
apply. It is "on dit" that someone, not "a
lukewarm otlicial," finds himself mi
nus a job; also that Kohala is about
to loso 0110 or her most popular resi
dents, and tho P. C. A. a brilliant
Wo were pleased to hoar of the
appointment of Mr. S. F. Chilling
worth as Sheriff of Maui; if Mr. Chil
lingworth, on his visit up hero miss
ed the faces of somo old time friends,
ho made many now ones. Wo wore
all looking forward to a groat treat
last night, a treat wo too seldom get,
a concert, gotten up by the ladies of
the seminary to help pay off what is
still owing on thoir now piauo. Tho
weather, however, proving unpropi
tious it was postponed until to
night. Kohala, March 2, 1893
To John L. Stevens, Envoy Extra
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary
from United States of America:
Sir: If you are correctly reported
in tho Bulletin of tho 1st inst., there
is a good deal to bo said with regard
to your let ter therein contained. I
doubt if ever a more extraordinary
epistle emanated from an accredited
minister holding your official rank,
and claiming to ropresont what one
generally supposes, one of tho great
est commonwealths on earth.
If you aro not misrepresented, you
give advice and report progress on
vonr own handiwork in tho Islands.
The wisdom of tho Republic is not
doubted, but exponents of "Foreign
Thought" doubt that you aro a res
ponsible agent to expound its do
sires. Your seemingly ill-judged,
and what must bo considered repre
hensible remarks, about "lower
classes of natives and unscrupulous
foreigners from California," etc., aro
out of place. You say the above aro
tho main opponents of annexation,
and forgot to givo your reasons.
Charitably writing to a venerable
man, one whose best friends will
never maintain that he has redeem
ed tho promise of his youth, and
who claims that Kauhaiio, Kuuhi,
and the accentuated Kalua repre
sent tho Hawaiian nation, is surely
unlit to represent a tolerant and
, friendly people. "Tho Hawaiian
Mjar j8 ry ,-jj,,, ami now j tj,0 goi.
deu hour to pluck it. hucli langu
age is surely beneath tho dignity of
r one dimming to bo a statesman
' I . 1 it , j I t J
i ue uoniiuouiai iougress is 10 re
deem 1I0I111 L. Stevens?
Daily Jlulletin, SO cent a month,
ST. ANDIIEW'S OATIICDKAL.
Third Sunday in Lent: 6:30 a. m.,
Holy Communion; 11 a. m., Morning
Prayer and Sermon; Hymns 288, 252
and 251. 7:80 p. m., Evening Prayer
and Sermon; Hymns 88,92 and 21.
Tho sorvicos of tho Second Con
gregation will bo as follows: S):15
a, in., Holy Communion with Sor
mon; Kyrie and Sanotus, Hart in D;
Hymns 219 and !U7; Nunc Dimittis,
Hayes in A. G:130 p. 111., Evensong
and Sormon; Magnificat, Maunder
in B flat; Nunc Dimittis, Elvey in E
flat: Anthem, "Give peace in our
time, O Lord," by Calcott; Hymns
260 and 18. Row Alex. Mackintosh,
pastor. All aro cordially invited to
Sunday Sorvicos (5 and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. English sermon at
the 7 a. 111. Mass, every Sunday
during tho whole year. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sermon in Por
tuguoso and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Rosary and Catechism. 4 p.m., in
winter season (November to Febru
ary), 4:30 p. 111. in summor season
(February to November), Benedic
tion of the M. 13. Sacrament'.
Weekly Services (5 and 7 a. m.,
CENTHAT, UNION OIlUnCH.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor at (5:30 p. m. Subject of
evening discourso: "Tho Divine Fa
therhood taught us by Christianity."
All aro invited to theso sorvicos.
Tho Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
lani Hall, roar of Opoui House. Ser
vices will bo held Sunuay as follows:
10 a. 111., Bible class; 11 :15 a. m. and
7:30 p. in., preaching, when Elder J.
C. Clapp will answor the question,
"What shall 1 do to bo saved?"
SEVENTH DAY ADVUNTISTS.
Seventh Day Advent ist Church,
corner Punchbowl and Borotania
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Bible reading
every Sunday evening. Everyone
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Sat unlay and Sunday at 7:30
Y. M. 0. A. HALL.
Evangelistic sorvicos in tho Y. M.
C. A. hall. 0:30 to 7:15 p. 11.
"The people of this vicinity insist
on having Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and do not want any other,"
says John V. Bishop, of Portland
Mills, Indiana. That, is right. They
know it to 1)0 suporior to any other
for colds, and as a preventive and
euro for croup, and why should they
not. insist upon having it. 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Bon
son, Smith & Co., agents for tho Ha
M. F. Sweeney of the Xavier
Athletic Club, champion running
high jumper, broke the world's
amateur indoor record on Feb. I!)
at the winter meeting of the Athle
tic Association of Pennsylvania. Ho
cleared 6 feet 3 inches, breaking tho
recent record of fi feet 2 inches.
The majority of well-read phys
icians uow believe that Consump
tion is a germ disease. In other
words, instead of being in the con
stitution itself it is caused by innu
merable small creatures living in the
lungs having no business there and
eating them away as caterpillars do
the leaves of trees.
A Germ The phlegm that is
coughed up is those
Disease. parts of the luugs
which have been
gnawed off and destroyed. These
little bacilli, as the germs are called,
are too small to be seen with the
naked eye, but they are very much
alive just the same, and enter the
body in our food, in the air we
breathe, and through the ores of
the skin. Thence they get into the
blood aud fiually arrive at the lungs
where they fasten and increase with
frightful rapidity. Then German
Syrup comes in. loosens them, kills
them, cxpells them, heals the places
they leave, and so nourish and
soothe that, in a short time consump
tives become germ-proof and well. &
Building and Loan Association,
rpiJK UKtHlUUl MONTHLY MKKT
X lug will hu held at tho C'liamher of
foinimireo, MONDAY UVKNINO, Mar.
(I, at 7:W o'clock.
Hereafter, for tho convenience of those
who cannot attend the meeting"), payment)
will bo received at the rooms of tho Ah-ocU
atlon AND TJIKUK ()NI,Y, from 1 to 1
p. m. Kaurdays, und from ! to f o'clock
i m. Mondayti, prior lo each meeiini?.
1'aymuiitH are required In Oold,
T1IKO, 1' hANKINtl,
A .IAPANKHE IN A SMALL
futiiilv. where ho would have time
lo study. Address
Ull-lw P. O. llox 'J0J.
HAWAIIAN STAMPS WANTED,
I AIKIE Olt SMALL QUANTITIES OF
ly Hawaiian m-cd Postage Stamps
bought for cash at San Francisco prices,
1 Out, green 10c.
2 Cent, rose (Kalakaua) .25c.
2 Cent, violet (Llliuokalaul) Uk:
6 Cent, blue Il'ie,
Other In proportion, Address
"11 .M "
Wilil. UK 01VKN HY TDK
H. I. H. NOEAU
Saturday Evening, March 4tli,
AT 7:150 O'OLOOK.
Anient; thoio who will tako pari are
MISS KATK McOUlCW.-
MISS KVA 1'AIIKliU.
MISS l.OUIBK F. DA1.K,
MISS OLARA OLAD15,
MISS OAU1UK CASTLE,
MI 88 1U1KQESS,
0. M. 1J00TH,
ANIl HKVKtlAI, OTIIP.RS
Will ho Bunt; hy tho Hui Noeau in
CHORUS AND SOLO.
Child run.. .
. ,r0 Cents
Tim Nippon Yiisen Kaisha's Al Sleamur
Will hu due at this port -on or nhoiit tho
liSth iiHt. and will leave for
On SATURDAY, March 11th,
gt&r- For information regarding Fieight
and Passage, apply to
WIG. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
General Agent Nippon Ynsisn Kai-ha.
Purchasers of FIFTY TREES
Will he Pie-e.nted with a
Cara of Silk Worm Eggs
FOR SALK HY
Lewis T. Levey,
fKM-lw Corner Fort it Queen sts.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
THK AlUOUItNKD ANNUAL
nicotine of the Dailv Bulletin Pub
lishing t.'o., (1M), held this day, the fol
lowing ollieer.s were elected for toe current
Jf. K. Mulntvre President,
Suiul. Parker Vice-President,
Secretary and Treasurer,
It. Jt. Hind : Auditor.
And these with Dr. O. Tronscan, the
Board of Directors.
Honolulu, Feb. 2:5, 1SU3. urb-lw
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Hawaiian Itailroad Co., (L'd), held
at their ollice this dav. the foilowinu gen-
tlemfti woro elected to serve during the
C. L. Wight...
W. C Wilder..
S. O. Wilder .
W. F. Allen .
8. O. WILDE It,
Honolulu, Feb. 'J.4!, 18!)li. (lob-lw
"THE CHINESE TIMES."
LAM ON, FOKMEKLY KEI'OHTEIl
and Collector of "The Olihuo
Times," has resigned, of which all persons
having business with that paper will
please tako notice. Leo Chii is from this
date tho authorized Collector to transact
all the business of the said paper. The
ollice of thu Times has been lemoved to .""
Honolulu, March 2, 1MI.J. (Ill-lw
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
rr-HIS IS TO INFORM ALL MY
X former customers aud the public
generally that 1 havo disposed of my Soap
business' to I lie Honolulu Soap Company,
for which Messrs. M. W. McChesnev it
Sons are Sole Agents and myself tho Man
ager of the Soap Factory. Thanking tho
public for its kind patronage for the past
seventeen years, I would respectfully soli
cit a contlunauee thereof for the Honolulu
(Xtl-lw T. W. HAWL1NS.
ALL ACCOUNTS OWINO THE FASH
iou Stables Co., (L'd), of over three
months' standing, if not paid by the Hint
of Maich, USUI, will be placed in the hands
of a collector.
.1. .1. SULLIVAN.
1'resldent Fashion Stables Co., (L'd).
TO LET OR LEASE.
rpHE lUHLDlNti FOltM- iyavr "-',
1. orly iihwi as a Soap Srr,-ijtiLbi
Factory, Lelco, opposite tho Sii ifrjlllil
Oahu flalluay Station. Al- ILirP&:
so, another lliiilding, llrcproof, l'.'.2l feet
In the clear, ami II feet height of wall In
the 1 car of the above; may be taken singly
or together. Modulate terms to a good
tail-lw T. V. KAWL1NS.
rpilE I'HEMISES LATK-
.L ly occupied by l I',
,. r ,.. . .; nuii
has a l-argu Yanl and the KiiWii
1. mum un muu sircei. n Kn-iku
House Js verv convenient. Fur terms
JOHN F. COLIIUHN.
tiubwrlln' for the Daily liullelin, SO
eenlt per month.
Saturday, March .',, IS 08.
The annexation hurrah pro
mises to bring such a rush of
Americans to Hawaii that it is
a question where they will be
accommodated with land. Lots
of land here will be made
ready for planting whatever
the new arrivals think will pay
the best. If they will accept
the advice of experienced men
they will procure "Hendry
Breakers" as the best means
of accomplishing what is
necessary in making it ready
for cultivation. That they are
superior to any other plow on
the market is shown in the
number of testimonials we
have received lrom persons
who are using them. Mr. H,
Lidgate, manager of Hamakua
Plantation, says regarding it:
"We are so well pleased with
your 14 inch Breaker that we
are, by this mail, sending
through our agents for two
more, one 14 inch and one 12
inch. The piece of ground we
are using this one on is full' of
stone and soon uses our other
plows up, but yours stands the
rough work well and turns the
sod where the others only
root." When a conservative
man like Mr. Lidgate puts his
name to a testimonial as
strong as this the public may
rest assured that he believes
the plow to be a good thing.
Another article that increas
ed immigration will create a
larger demand for is the Steel
Aermotor. Wherever rains
are uncertain the Aermotor is
an absolute necesbity once
erected the cost of maintaining
it is practically nothing. We
know of people on the islands
using our mill who tell us that
their savings by. this means
have paid for the investment
the first three months after
purchase. One back number
Chinaman saw his taro going
to waste for lack of water and
to get some money out of it
leased his patches to a neigh
bor who owns an Aermotor.
Look at the result: the man
with the windmill saved the
taro and drives a double team,
while the misguided Chinaman
sits on the fence and marvels
at his lack of savez. We have
testimonials enough on the
Aermotor to fill the columns
of this paper, but it would
crowd out "late dispatches," so
we don t publish them. If you
want water buy an Aermotor,
damp weather won't last for
ever. Late news from the Unite.l
States continues to keep on
the fence some people who are
anxious to get down on one
side or the other. Between
annexation and monarchy with
some of them it's a case of
"How happy I could be with
either were t'other dear char
mer away." This plan may
work, but it's doubtful; a man
can't expect to continue for
ever sliding down a slippery
board without getting a splint
er in some part of his anatomy.
What about wire? There
are from four to a dozen, re
ports vary, war ships, coming
here during the next thirty
days and they will average
300 men each. Let us calcu
late that eight will arrive;
that's 2400 men; add this num
ber to the sailors already here
and we will have an addition
to our floating population
say 4000 souls and each one'
of them will average two
pounds of meat per day, that's
Soco pounds. There's millions
in it! Beef, not wire. With
this large increase in the de
mand for beef will come a de
mand for fence wire and you
will find it to your advantage
and ours, to buy from us. We
have the largest stock and the
best quality of wire in Hono
lulu and we're shipping it to
ranches and plantations all
over the islands by nearly
every steamer leaving this
port. People who came to
see it bought it and you will
probably do the same if you
are interested in cattle or
want to keep them off your
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Spr.'ukclti' Wool;,
By Lowis J. Lovoy.
Household -:- Furniture
1 nni instructed hv Mr. HAltltY V.
M:VIS to sell at I'uhlle Auction at his
llcsidenee, lleictnnia street near I'ilkol
On WEDNESDAY, March 8th,
AT to O'CLOOK A. M.,
Tho Whole of hl Household Furniture
and Ell'ce.ts, consisting of
2 Elegant Antique Bedroom Sets,
2 elegant Antiuue Hod Chcllbiilors, 1 11
W lVedroom Set, 1 Oak and 1 II W
Wardrobe, Hair anil Spring Mattre.iscs,
Ohandellers and Lamps,
IPine Large & Small Rugs,
Hattan Chairs nml Tables, Suporior
lied Lounuo. 1 H W and 1 Oak Kxton-
sion Dining Tablo, 11 W.Dlnlng Ohalrs,
upholstered in leather; I'Jth Century
uaicinairs. iironzp urnaiueius, ucca
sional nnd Card Tables, Portieres,
ANTIQUE OAK SIDEBOARD,
China Ulosut, Lace Curtains and l'ole.s,
I en Ohest, Meat Safe, Crockery, Plated
Ware, Cutlery, Glassware,
1 Fischer Steel Cooking Range,
Cooking Utelislls. Lawn Mower. Stop
Ladder, Harden Hose and Tools, etc.
1 Saddle Pony, Saddle & Bridle,
Family Horse, Hnggy and Harness.
Igr-Tlii! House will bo open for inspec
tion from 10 to 'J on Tuesday previous to
day of sale.
Le-wls J. Levey,
SONS OF ST. GEORGE
AT THKllt HALL
Over Hollisier's Store
MONDAY EVENING, March 6th,
AT S O'CLOCK.
LADIES WELCOME !
Tickets for Gentlemen $1.00
CQP- Only 50 Tickets will be sold so as
to prevent crowding.
Tickets at (ioldcn Itule Ilayaar or
of Members. (KH-tt
VALUABLE SHARES OF
Stock and Real Estate
FOB S-AXjE I
Social and Bance
I have for sale the undermentioned Shares
of Stock and Ileal Kstate:
Ch) Shares O. K. ,fc li. Co. Par value
S Shares Kilauea Volcano House. Par
Jl Shares lteciprocitv Sugar Co. Par
10 Shares Honolulu Pairv Co. Par value
Lot No. 2, Block 35, at Pearl City Peninsula
Area about UJ-i Acres.
Hovis at ICa.ipa.la.ma.
At present occupied by Prof. Ordway, con
sisting of S Itooms with Stables and Car
nage House; one minute's walk from tram
ears. 5F For fuither particulars apply to
Lewis J. Ijevoy,
Cor. Fort it Queen sts.
TO PLANT LOVERS 1
II K FNDKItSinNKI) DKSIKKB TO
uotlh the nublic that he is iironareil
to Propagate anv kind of Tree, Shrub or
inisu i y (iraltmg, intuiting, nine
inner miniums. ro payments will no ie
.1 , . . IV " .(.'"
ipiiiod until they aro well rooted, which
will take from six weeks to six months, ac
cording to its genus. Now is the time for
ladies to make presents whether exotics or
natives, to her friends. I will also under
take to eiadlcate all insects that prey upon
or suck the sap from trees and other vege
tables, which can be expelled from Ml to tU)
hour-; no euie no pay.
tlf The Collce and Orange family a
iMJ-lm Hiti,i.i:iiN Ollice.
MKMIIF.HS OF MYBOHOOMI'IIYHI
cul Citltuio) are hereby notillcd that
1 will start lempurarllv at the lloat House
adjoining Marine Hallway until able to
secilio a hall. Following are tho Class
Nights beginning MONDAY, Feb. B7th :
TUESDAYS iV FltlDAYS-Club Swing
ing, Dumb Hell Kxereises, F.to,
Bell Telephone 157,
"lr'7-lw m. ii. lohkidi:.
illo and J ti lil tr. Apply
to "JS.," thin ollice.
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