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Steel & Iron Ranges
Agate "Ware in
WHITE, GRAY and
LAMPS & CHANDEL1ER6,
Crockery, Kubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
DIAMOND BLOCK, Nos. 93 &. 97 KING STREET.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll
Hew Goods Received by Every
All Orders faithfully attended to.
solicited and packed with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street -
BOTH TELEPHONES :M0-
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Cala. Steamer
ICE HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY.
bland Orders Solicited.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
-Q-rooeries, Provisions and Feed
New Uoods Kecelved by Kvory Packet from the Eastern States and Europe.
FKESH OAMKOHNIA FKODUOK BY EVERY STEAMEH.
All Orders faithfully attended to and
Island Orders solicited.
EJast Corner Fort
A SHIPMENT OF
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
Fon bam: by -THEO.
H. DA VIES & CO.
AFIUHT-OI-ABB FAMILY BATHING
Henort at Walklkl, Tramuara puss
II1B igBIC, opootai
arrangements can bo
ncnioa aim j'.vuning
& KITCHEN UTENSILS
Butter and Island Batter
ON HAND &3
Steamer from San Francisco
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
-P. O. BOX 372.
1. 0. BOX 297
-V. 0. BOX 145.
Goods dollverod to any part of tho City free.
Sc Kline Streets.
The Nippon Yusen Kaisha's Al Steamer
Will he due at this port 011 or ahout the
'Jbth lust, and will leave for
On THURSDAY, March 16th,
AT 3 O'CLOCK J'. M.
gm- For information rei;ardliii; Freight
and Pussai;u, apply to
WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
Uuuerul Aguut Nippon Yimou Kalsha,
WMer's Steamship Co.
W. C. Wimikr, rrei. B. B. Rore, Bee.
Oapt. J. A. Kino, Port Bupt.
Will leo,vo Honolulu nt 'i r. m.. touehlng, t
Lahaiim, Miuuaea liny and Mnkena the
same day; Miihukona, KiUwiilmoaml I-n.il-pahoehoc
tlio following iliy, arriving at
Hllo ill nildnlitht.
Returning leaves Hllo, loiiehlng at Lau
pahoehoe unieduy; Iviiwulli i v. m.s Ma
tml.ona lu a. i.; MaKciiii ir. i.; Ma.ilaen
lln.v il i'. m., 1. 11 1 m inn f e. ki. Iliu following
iluy i arriving tit Honolulu (I a. m. Wednes
ila uiiil b.unnlms.
AUIUVES AT HONOLULU:
Wednesday Mar. in
Baturduv Mar. &"
Sjr No lu eight will bu
1J noon on day of calling.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at ft
i'. M., tonehing at Knhuliil, lluelo, liana,
liuiuoa and kipahulu.
Returning will airie at Honolulu over
COT No freight will
4 r. m. on day of sailing.
be r reived after
Consiimees, must be at the
reieivo their Freight, as wo will
ourselves ipipon-ohlo after uch
lias bc.in landed.
While the t'onipun will iihc due dili
gence in handling Live btouk, we duilini
to assume auj rofponsibilit in case of the
loss of sune.
The Company will not bo responsible for
Money or Jew efry
unless piaueu in me care
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian 'Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from b dney and Auck
land on or about
And will leave for the above port with
Mails and Passengers on or ahout that date.
For Sydney and Auckland :
The New and Pine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco,
on or about
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above ports.
The undersigned are now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
D& For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
Mar. 22 Mar.
Apr. 10 Apr.
From San Francisco
From Sydney for
ALAMEDA, April 7 I MARIPOSA. April 0
MARIPOSA, May 5 I MONOWAI. May 4
W. T. MONSARRAT,
"Veterinary -:- Surgeon.
Government Veterinary Surgeon, Inspector
of Stock, Port of Honolulu.
Excellent Accommodation for Patients. No
Risk In Throwing Horses.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
SW Orders for Plantation and Ranch
Stock will receive piompt attention.
Mutual 183 -TELEPHONES-Boll 96.
M. L, MINER, D. Y. S,,
Veterinary Snrgeon, Physician and
OFFICE: HOTEL STABLES.
8 to 10 a. m.; 1:30 to U:30 i. M.
With Dr. F. L. Miner.
All Calls WllJJecelYe Prompt Attention.
ALL ACCOUNTS OWING Till: FASH
ion Stables Co,, (L'd), of over three
iiiontlin' Handing. If not jmid by the Hist
of March, lb!).), will he placed lu the hands
of u collector.
J. J. SULLIVAN,
President Fashion Htuhlea Co., (L'd).
Tho Hawaiian Question.
Tho question of tho annexation of
tho Hawaiian Islands to the United
States is primarily ono for tho
islands to dooido. It is puroly a
quostion of Hawaiian politics and
not subject to tho intorforouco of
any foroign powor. If it can bo
clearly shown that tho people of tho
islands dosiro to bocomo subjoct to
tho United States government,
neither Groat Britain nor any other
European nation has tho right to
dictate a contrary course.
On tho othor hand, tho dosiro of
t ho Hawaiian pooplo for annexation
must bo cloarlv and unmistakably
expressed to warrant tho United
btntos in assuming any such respon
sibility. Tho action of a revolution
ary government, even though it bo
unquestionably tho do facto govern
ment of tho islands, is not enough.
A diioct appeal to tho people, either
in the form of a submission of tho
question to a popular ote or iu tho
election or a constitutional conven
tion or commission with authority
to negotiate for anueatiou and to
state the terms upon which Hawaii j
desires to become subject to our
government, would seem to bo tho
propei course to pursue.
bu inueu lor the attitude ot iia
waii iu the matter and the lelation
of foreii'ii viewers to tho question.
There ioniums to be consideiod the ;
attitude of tho United States. The
fact must not bo lost sight of that if -tho
Islauds become subject to our i
government the' will eventually
claim statehood.. Tho adoption of i
an imperial or colonial policy ib for
oign to the geniuo "of Ameiicau in
stitutions. This is emphatically a
popular government, dependent
upon the constitutionally expressed
will of its citizens for all political
authority. The acquisition of do
pendent provinces in diffei nut paitt,
of tho woild, noither self-governing
nor forming an integral const it uent
of our federal union, would be a new
and dangerous experiment in our
Tho question thou is, oven if tho
Hawaiian Islauds desired annexa
tion, do we want them? Thore are
good arguments on both sides. Prom
a strategic point of view the Islands
would be of great value, especially
when tho Nicaragua canal is built.
Then too, thore are considerable
conrmorcial possibilities iu the isl
ands, if rightly handled. On tho
other hand, political and social con
ditions thero are complicated by tho
mixture of native and European
races, and tho geographical isolation
of tho islands would render their
political functions as an integral
portion of the Union difficult of per
formance. Perhaps a United States protec
torate over tho Hawaiian republic,
with certain military and naval con
cessions to this country, will bo tho
ultimate solution of tho problem.
Or a tentative annexation, providing
for full reception .into tho Union af
ter a term of years and upon certain
specified conditions may seem tho
wise thing to do. In any event, if
the matter is loft iu the hands of
the incoming administration a wise
and safe decision of tho question
may bo depended upon. Spokane,
Had to Travel Some More.
The Auckland Star describes P.
G. L. Harden's adventures iu Hono
lulu aud bis exile thenco by the
British warship Daphne, then con
cludes the narrative of the so-callod
"editor" as follows:
"On arrival of tho Daphne at Sa
moa Mr. Harden waB not allowed to
land by the local police. The chief
of tho natives' police said they had
heard that Mr. Harden was a fire
brand, and they did not want fire
brands at Samoa. Ho was, there
fore, compolled to go on to Fiji,
whence ho obtained a passage to
Auckland by the Union Steamship
Company's S.S. Taviuni. This shows
what may happen to a mildly belli
gerent newspaper man in the Paci
fic." Australia's Inaction.
Tho apparent indifference of the
Australian colonies to tho possibility
of the Sandwich Islands passing un
der the American flag, seeing that
the important sugar industry is
threatened by tho manoeuvres of tho
American party, by the possibility of
the application of tho bonus of 9
(5s 8d per ton on export of sugar un
der the McKinloy Act, surprises
many. ' But while one colony is un
der tho affliction of an overwhelming
national disaster, and two other
colonies exercised by their financial
btraits, a great danger is seemingly
overlooked, otherwise the mainland
colonies would have joined New
Zealand in its protest against United
Statos annexation. A uckland Herald.
The strongest recommendation
that any article can have is tho en
dorsement of tho mothers of tho
town. When tho mothers recom
mend it you may know that that
article has more than ordinary merit.
Hero is what tho Conterville, South
Dakota, Citizen sa3's editorially of
an article sold in thoir town: "Prom
personal oxporionco wo can say that
Chamberlain's Cough Romody has
broken up bad colds for our chil
dren. Wo aro acquainted with many
mothers in Coutorvillo who would
not be without it iu tho houso for a
good many times its cost, and aro
recommending it ovory day." HO cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Bon
son, Smith & Co., agents for tho Ha
March 2 was thobirthdaj' of Pope
Loo, who was born on March 2, 1810,
In roply to an address from the
Cardinals in Homo tho Pope express
ed gratitudo to God for having per
mitted him to borvo the church for
so many yoais.
Secretary Poster has amended the
circular relating to the killing of
fur-hearing animals iu Alaska bo as
to pemit vessels other than revenue
cutters, as heretofore, to transport
natives to localities whom boa otter
are found. It also permits vessels
having Roa otter whins 011 board to
file tho manifest of such skins at the
first port of entry iu the United
MISSING WORD CONTEST,
For tho Readers of tho Dally Bulletin.
As a needed diversion In tho midst of
political anxieties, an exercise lit mental
ingenuity or literary research, and an op
portunlty for mutual profit between this
paper nnd Its brightest renders, tho Hill,t,E
Tts now opens n missing word contest.
Tho sciitctu o from which tho last word
Is missing in tho following voting ticket Is
from n volume of standard literature.
Every porson Is entitled to give the missing
word on enih ticket sent with a feo of ton
cents. At the close of tho competition,
with ton days added for votes from tho
other Islands, tho entire aggregato of vot
ing fees will bo divided in equal shares
among nil who have correctly named the
For Missing Word Contest No. 1 tho
ticket will appear in sU smcessivo Issues
of the Dvit.v lli't.i.i.TiN. The division of
local ts will be made on Thursday, March
ill. Kollow lug is tho voting tiekot:
Missing Word Contest, No. 1.
" T 01117 1 rt sin hriiil , that thai
portion 0 the army xn imp ud"ntly
x nt to the aid nf the lhitibth Col
ojifi ittiiifiiUnij ajiainil thi-ir uvther
rountru, wnt iin'mnl in the AVi
Woild with llir diutiims of.
Fee 10c, endosed.
The voter has simply to cut out tho above
tiekot, write in the blank what he belioves
is tho missing word, sign his name with
address on the lines for that purpose, then
enclose tho tic ket w ith ten rents in an en
velope, and send it to this olllco, addressed
as below. The ten cents may he sent in
postage stamps. A good way for voters in
tho country would bo for several to send a
list of their names nnd a P. O. O. to cover
tho aggregate of their fees, each, however,
sending Ins vote sepaiately. Voters in
Honolulu may hand their votes into the
To attest the fairness of the contest, the
name and page of tho book, from w Inch is
taken the passago containing the missing
woul, will bo published along with the list
of those who have given the correct word
and aro entitled to the dividend.
One person may have as many votes as
ho plc.is.es, but only one vote is allowed on
each ticket. He may ote different words
or repeat the same one on separate tickets
Missimi Woitn Contfst No. 1,
COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION.
A. L. Johnson Shirt Co. vs. The Peo
ple ox rel. ,
(Summons with Notice.)
The SninTMAKFit, attorney for plaintiff,
corner King and Alakea streets.
II ni-mi.-Dow n Shirt, defendant's attor
ney for all the stores.
TO THE PUBLIC :
You arc hereby summoned and com
manded to appear, all other business
excuses, notwithstanding that, A. L.
Johnson makes the best and cheap
est lino of all kinds of Shirts at his
factory, corner King and Alakea
btreet in the City of Honolulu, Coun
ty of Good Government, State of
Oahu, between the hours of 8 a. in.
and 5 p. m., on aud after tho Gth day
of October, 1892, and then and thore
show cause why you should not be
fmnislied lor not pationizmg the
oug established shirtmakor and to
testify to the best of 3'our knowledge
as to tho quality and make of John
sou's Shirts with all the latest and
best improvements made to order,
and for sale by tho above plaintiff in
the above said premises. Should
you fail to put in an appearance in
tho above said place you will be
adjudged guilty of contempt, for
feit a good shirt and bo sentonced
for life eating Poi.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Plaintiff's Attorney, corner King and
N. B. Orders received by mail.
Prove all things, and hold fast tc
that which is good.
No shyster collectors need appear.
Daily Bulletin, CO cents a month,
LOST OB MISLAID
ERTIFI0ATE NO. 2 FOR TWENTY
Shares Mutual Telonhono Stock.
stanuiug 111 too name 01 v
.. . 11 . ..1. .. nl.
Transfer has been
stopped. Finder wll
J. fe. WALKER,
please return to
rnilE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
JL of tho Stockholders of tho Intor-
isiand htcam iMtvigatlou Company
.. til i I.,, 1,1 ,if Mm riiiim. ..f 11... r.
March 21st, nt 10 o'clock
W. 11. McLEAN,
Oliia (I Roa Firewood
At $8 Per Cord-CASH
60 cents a month,
BOOK & JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMER
In Fact Anything
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