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W BY AUTHORITY.
NOTIOK TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, bo rc-regi'?-tcred
prior to July 1, 1893, orthoy will be
forfeited, nnd enn thereafter bo appro
priated by nny one.
Registration on Onhu shall bo mnilo at
tho Interior Ofllco.
On tho othot Islands it shall bo done nt
tho Ofllr s of tho Hcvornl Slierlirs.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ofllco, Dec. 2, 1802. GSO-tf
Holders of Wator Privileges, or thoso
paying Water Ratcn, nro hereby notified
that tho Hours for using wntor for Irriga
tion purposes nro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
nnd 4 to 0 o'clock r. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jim. 5, 1893.
n Minister of Finrttico in Hnwnli is
giron to solvo thoso times, had a
good deal to do with tho overstrain
under which Mr. Jones hns suc
cumbed. Mr. T. 0. Porter of Sprock
ols & Co.'s bank is understood to bo
tho choice of tho Councils in placo
of Mr. Jones. His ability as a fiiinn
cior is unquestioned, lie is popular
and can oxprcss his views pointedly
and gracofully boforo an assembly.
Withal Mr. l'ortor is niodorato in
temperament and has in political
contests sinco 1887, wherein ho has
taken an activo and promiuont part,
never made himself personally offen
sive to political opponents. It is
rumored that tho Attorney-General,
of Cases for
AU Commissions ns Special ToUeo on
the Islnnd of Onhn bearing data previous
to January 20, 1893, aru hereby revoked.
Signed W. G. ASHLEY,
Marshal's Office, March 10, 1893.
O. Smith, contemplates ro
also, but thus far nothing
has transpired in that ro-
ERA OF ENTERPRISE.
Pursuant to a Resolution of tho Legisla
tive Assembly passed May 4, 1882, the
Birthday of Kamehainoha III., Marcli
17th, will be observed as a National Holi
day, and all Government Offices through
out the Kingdom will bo closed on that
day. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, March 14, 1S93.
THE DAM BULLETIN,
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
"WEDNESDAY, MAECH 15, 1893.
A committee of tho Provisional
Legislature on tho Insane Asylum
finds that tho institution is well
managed, but recommends its trans
fer to tho control of tho Board of
Health. Forthwith tho Attorney
General (Hon. W. O. Smith) moves
that the Judiciary Committee draft
a bill for that purpose. Of course
the motion carried. Anything., to
break through the old fogy notion
that well ought to bo loft alone, es
pecially when there is more import
ant business to bo done. If the
Councils have nothing better to do
than fooling with tho works, they
ought to take longer recesses to al
low some useful ideas to grow in
Annexation SontimontCocoanut Isl
and as a Rival to Poarl Harbor.
Mr. O. H. Wot more, a reporter,
mot tho good citizens of Hilo on
Saturdaj evening, 11th hist., at
court house hall, to have a sociablo
talk with tho knowing ones, to
gathor all ho could about tho wants
of tho placo. Annexation seomod to
bo desired by all. Hilo's advantages
were shown up. Cocoauut Island
was considered tho placo for a coal
ing station far bettor than Pearl
Harbor. The immense quantity of
fruits that could bo raised hero for
export was sot forth. Hilo was tho
placo to land tho cable. Tho warm
springs of Puna, tho future of coffee,
tho booming of Hilo gouerally wore
the topics on which a lawyer, a sur
vovor, and a plantation manager
discauted. Hilo has a right to crow.
Sailed 3-mastor Oceana Vanco,
Capt. Andersen, for San Fraucisco
with 700 tons. of sugar.
Arrived IJark Annio Johnson,
Capt. Itock, 10 days from San Fran
cisco. Small cargo merchandise
On tho first three days she was half
the way to Hilo. Is an iron vessel,
formerly English, now owned by J.
D. Snreckols & Bros. This is tho
vessel that onco was burned at sea,
floated for twolve months or more,
and had all tho insido burned out,
then was fouud and takou to Tahiti,
whore she was sold for $150. Sho
was made over at a largo expense
and is a splendid vessel, carries 1500
tons sugar easily. Captaiu Kock is
as gentlemanly a commander as evor
sailed from this port. Hopo to soo
him in command of a fine steamer
to ruu between this port and Sau
Fraucisco. J. A. M.
Hilo, March 13, 1893.
Tho Queon vs. M. G. San Tana,
violating liquor law, appoal from
May torm 3rd circuit. Neumann for
Ono Itiko vs. It. W. Holt, submis
sion of controversy under tho code.
Ashford for plaintiff; C. Brown for
Geo. Dillingham vs. Hawaiian
Government, trespass on tho caso;
exceptions from Octobor term First
Circuit. Thurston for plaintiff;
Creighton for dofondant-appollant.
Egnn & Guun vs. E. M. Browor
and othors, trespass on tho caso; ex
ceptions from Octobor torm First
Circuit. Peterson for plaintiff;
Hartwoll lor uoroiuiauts-appollant.
A. M. Mollis vs. A. K. Kunuiakoa,
assumpsit, appeal from Bickorton,
J., in Chambers. Magoon for plaintiff-appellant;
Ashford for defend
ant. William Norton vs. Fashion Sta
bles Co., assumpsit, oxcoptions from
ordor striking caso from tho calen
dar. Cartor for plaintiff; Peterson
and Croighton for dofondant-appollant.
H. W. Schmidt & Sous vs. John
Young, assumpsit. Appoal from
Biekortoiij J., in chambers. Magoon
for plaintiffs-appellant; Ashford for
In re voluntary bankruptcy Wm.
H. Aldrich. Appoal from ordor of
Judd, C. J., vacating decree of bank-
ruptc3'. 1'otorson for potitionor
Hatch for creditors.
Tho Quoon vs. Lon Tai, ombozzle
mont. Exceptions from January
term, Fourth Circuit. Kane for
Executors will of G. Lucas vs. F.
H. Eodward ot al., assumpsit. Gar
nishee's appeal from ordor refusing
to ro-opon case. Ashford for plain
tiffs; Magoon for garnishee
KwongSing Wai Co. vs. D. W.
Pae, trespass on caso. Exceptions
from January torm Fourth Circuit.
Ashford for xlaintiff; Kane for defendant-appellant.
In ro John G. M. Sheldon, petition
for a writ of habeas corpus. Appoal
from order of Frear, J., denying
SIR EDWIN ARNOLD'S ESSAY.
In to-day's issue will bo found a
great literary treat Sir Edwin Ar
nold's article on " The Happy Isles."
Sir Edwin is one of tho greatest
newspaper writers as well as authors
of tho age. Accounts of his rapidity
of composition in writing editorials
for the London Telegraph for in
stance are almost incredible. A
large part of tho individuality of tho
man lies in tho intensity of his hu
man sympathies. Like all other for
eign visitors who havo gained access
to tho court, Sir Edwin enjoyed tho
rare courtesy and suavity of Queen
Liliuokalani. Ho now reciprocates
with strong expressions of sympathy
for her in hor present trouble. It is
seldom that tho beauties of Hono
lulu havo boon described with any
thing approaching tho litorary art,
combined with definite knowledge
of the objects noted, which charac
terizes Sir Edwin's pen picture. His
recommendation of a Japanese pro
tectorate over the group can only bo
amusing in England no less than in
America or Honolulu. Still tho
knightly litorarian undoubtedly
moans it. To use a slang phrase, Sir
Edwin has become "gone on" Japan
to a dogroo that has astonished tho
world. His suggested settlement of
tho Hawaiian question is only an
other picturesque bit of evidence of
his predilection for everything per
taining to tho "Land of tho Rising
Proceedings at Circuit Chambers
Antonio Perry Licensed.
Argument was concluded j-ester-day
in Spreckels vs. Macfarlaue,
Judge Whiting taking tho caso
J. F. Hackfeld has beon granted a
discharge as assignee of tho bank
rupt estate of Fong Wo.
This morning Judgo Whiting
ordered tho will of tho late Annie
G. Dowsott admitted to probate,
.las. 1. Duwsett, husband of tho
testatrix, is appointed executor in
accordance with tho will. J. M.
Monsarrat for tho petition.
Tho accounts of S. M. Damon and
M. Melnerny, executors of tho estate
of tho late Peter Daltou,,wero refer
red to F. W. Wundenberg, Master,
for examination and report.
T. Ahung, bankrupt, was sen
tenced by Judge Whiting, at tho
lato term, to imprisonment at hard
labor for failure to discover ac
counts. Tho law allows imprisonment
with or without hard labor. Tho
prisoner by his attorney, C. W. Ash
ford, has filed an appeal against tho
Tho calendar of
Court for the term
Monday appears olsowhoro in this
The Justices of tho Supremo
Court havo granted a license to An
tonio Perry as a practitionor at tho
COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION.
CHANGE OF MINISTER.
It is generally understood that
tho executive session of t)io Councils
this morning was hold for tho pur
pose of filling a vacancy in tho Min
istry caused by tho resignation of
Hon. P. C. Jones, Minister of Fi
nance. Tho intention was, it is be
lieved, to.havo kept tho matter secret
until after tho departuro of tho U.
S. S. Alliance for San Francisco to
morrow, but it leaked out in spite of
all precautious. It is said that tho
reason of Mr. Jones' retirement is
his ill health, he having had a return
of unploasaut symptoms that
troubled him boforo going to Bos
ton two years ago. Probably tho
problom of making two and two
count live or seven, which
Johnson Shirt Co. vs. Tho Peo
ple ex rol.
(.Summons with Notice.)
The SiuiiTMAKEii, attorney for plaintiir,
corner King and Alakea streets.
Hanh-me-Down Shirt, defendants attor
ney for all the stores.
TO THE PUBLIC :
You are hereby summoned and com
manded to appear, all other business
excuses, notwithstanding that, A. L.
Johnson makes tho best and cheap
est lino of all kinds of Shirts at his
factory, corner King and Alakea
street in tho City of Honolulu, Coun
ty of Good Government, State of
Oahu, between tho hours of 8 a. in.
and 5 p. m., on and after tho 6th diiy
of Octobor, 1892, and then and there
show causo why you should not bo
punished for not patronizing tho
long established shirtmaker and to
testify to tho best of yourknowledgo
as to tho quality and make of John
son's Shirts with all the latest and
best improvements made to ordor,
and for salo 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 sentenced
for life eating Pol.
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 shy tier vollectorn nerd appear.
writ. Ashford, Potorson, Oroighton,
Rosa and Kaulukou for petitioner;
Attornoy-Goneral and Hatch for tho
T. L. Haysoldou vs. Wahiuoaoa,
ojectmeut, appoal from ordor over
ruling motion for a now trial. Ash
ford for plaintiff-appellant; Nawahi
C. A. Brown vs. C. N. Spencer, in
junction, appoal - from deoreo of
Frear, J., granting writ. Hatch for
plaintiff; Potorson-Croighton for
Kawai K. George vs. Hanakaulani
Holt, ejectment, exceptions from
January term 1st Circuit. Hatch
for plaintiff; Rosa for defendant-
E. O. Hall & Son vs. Wilder Steam
ship Co., questions reserved. Hart
woll for plaintiff; Hatch for defend
ant. Gonsalves & Co. vs. the same, tho
same questions and same counsel.
Van Valkonburg vs. tho same, tho
same questions and same counsel.
lu ro bankruptcy of T. Ahung, ap
poal from ordor committing bank
rupt to prison. Hatch for assignee;
Ashford for tho bankrupt.
Tho followiug cabes are put on
the calendar for roargumont, owing
to tho retiroinont of Justice Dolo:
Emily de Horblay vs. Samuel Nor
ris, assumpsit, questions reserved by
Bickorton, J. Neumann and Thurs
ton for plaintiff; Hartwoll and Hatch
Kailiauu ot al vs. Lumai et al,
ejectment; oxcoptions from tho Feb
ruary torm of tho Fourth Circuit.
Rosa for plaintiffs-appellant; Smith
A. J. Lopez vs. M. Kaiaikawaha et
al, ejectment; exceptions from tho
January term of tho First Circuit.
Magoon for plaintiff-appellant; Ash
ford for defendants.
P. G-. Camariuos vs. John Kidwoll,
covenant; exceptions from April
term of the First Circuit. Neumann
and Croighton for plaintiff; Hatch
M. J. Silva ot al vs. Anton Homon,
trover; appeal lrom UicKerton .)., in
Chambers. Magoon and Hatch for
plaintiff-appollant; Ashford for de
fendant. In ro alleged bankruptcy of Joseph
Hubash, appeal from ordor refusing
decree of bankruptcy. Hatch and
Cartor for petitioners; Ashford for
K. Lopez and husband vs. M. Soy
Yong ot al, specific performance; ap
peal from decree dismissing the bill.
Castle for plaintiffs-appellant; Ma
goon and Davidson for defendants.
M. Phillips & Co. vs. Administra
tor of C. Aloo, roplovin; exceptions
from Octobor torm of First Circuit.
Hatch for plaintiffs-appellant; Castle
J. Nawahi el al vs. J. K. Kokaula,
injunction and accounting; appeal
from deoreo denying writ. Poopoo
for plaintiffs-appellant; Thurston
In ro bankruptcy Tai Lung, ap-
Eeal from ordor overruling plea,
artwoll for claimants; Cartor for
the assignees, rospondonts-appol-lant.
Haw. Com. A: Sugar Co. vs. Wai
kapu Sugar Co., partition and ac
counting, appeal from decree allow
ing partition. Hatch for plaintiff;
Hartwoll-Thurston-Cartor for defendants-appellant.
Pow Keo vs. Wilder Steamship
Co., damage, oxcoptions from Octo
bor torm 1st Circuit. Hartwoll for
plaintiff-appollnnt; Hatch for de
fendant. II. Squires ot al vs. Gasper Sylva,
ojeetmont, exceptions from Octobor
tormtlrJUl) 1st Uircuit. Unstlo for
plaintiffs; Hartwoll-Rosa fordofond-ant-appellnut.
wm m pi
Now Gofloo and Fruit Company Pro
jected on Oahu.
Tho rocoipt from Mr. Jas. A. Low
of tho prospectus of tho Makaha
Coffoo and Fruit Company, Ld.,
shows that tho ora of diversified 011
torpriso has not boon stopped in its
onward swoop by tho crushing
avalanoho of revolutionary politics
which came down on tho country 111
January. It would bo intorosting to
havo a comploto roport of all tho
now undertakings in tropical agri
culture, both of individual and cor
porate inception, which havo como
forward in tho past throe years or
so. Thoro aro so many on tho island
of Hawaii alono that it would tako a
special commission some time to
hunt them up for cataloguing. On
this island of Oahu several largo
company plantations of pineapples
and other fruits have boon started,
besides numberless small plots put
in similar cultivation by individual
Tho company proposod to bo
formed according to tho prospectus
boforo mentioned is for tho purposo
of carrying on tho cultivation of
coffee and fruit in tho Waianao dis
trict of Oahu. Coffoo cultivation
will form tho main feature in tho en
terprise A 1 small aroa will bo de
voted to some foreign variotios, such
as Liboriau coffee.
For tho purposes of tho proposod
company Mr. Low has selected and
socured tho upper portion of tho
Makaha valloy, an aroa of 700 acres
in tho mountains, four miles from
tho sea, in the Waianao district.
Waianao is claimed to bo similar in
climato, aspect and soil to Kona,
Hawaii, tho promior coffoo section
of tho islauds.( Tho best of coffee
has boon growing on Judgo "Wido
mann's sugar plantation thoro for a
long time A yachting party from
Now York hero several years ago
woro enthusiastic over tho coffoo
raisod on the placo, which was
served at luncheon whilo thoy wero
being entertained on tho plantation.
Mr. H. J. Rhodes, an experienced
horticulturist from Southern Cali
fornia, gives a highly favorable re
port on tho sito of the Makaha plan
tation, regarding its capabilities for
general fruit raising. Tho prospec
tus contains oxhaustivo information
on tho enterprise, a statement of tho
Hawaiian HarQware Go., L'fl
United States coffoo market, com
parison of probable oxpouses with
tho cost of coffoo culture olsowhoro,
and an estimate of receipts and
expenditures for six years. Anybody
who desires to invest iu coffoo and
fruit raising should secure a copy of
tho prospectus for himself.
" I inherit some tendency to Dys
pepsia from my mother. I suffered
two years in this way ; consulted a
number of doctors. They did me
no good. I then used
Relieved In your August Flower
and it was just two
days when I felt great relief. I soon
got so that I could sleep and eat, and
I felt that I was well. That was
three years ago, and I am still first
class. I am never
Two Days. without a bottle, and
if I feel constipated
the least particle a dose or two of
August Flower does the work. The
beauty of the medicine is, that you
can stop the use of it without any bad
effects on the system.
Constipation While I was sick I
f e 1 1 everything it
seemecr"to me a man could feel. I
was of all men most miserable. lean
say, in conclusion, that I believe
August Flower will cure anyone of
indigestion, if taken
Llfeof Misery with judgment. A.
M. Weed, 229Belle
fontaine St., Indianapolis, Ind." &
NOTICE AND PROGRAMME
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and iu ulasses; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakeu street,
near Y. M. C, A,
"Tho peoplo of this vicinity insist
on havpig Chamberlain's Cough
JJomody and do not want any other,"
says John V. Bishop, of Portland
.Mills, Indiana. That is right, Thoy
know it to be superior to any other
for colds, and as a preventive and
euro for croup, and why should thoy
not insist upon having il. 50 cent
bullion for salo by all dealers. Bon
son. Smith A: Co., agouti for tho Ha
Close to the Itailroail. below Mr. Waller.'s
Brewery, to bo held on
Wednesday, April 5th,
FROM 9:30 A. M. TO 7 P. M.,
Under the management of Mas. Wilcox
and Mas. Wai.i.kr, of Kiililii, aided by
many White and Hawaiian Ladies.
Superintended by Rev. Fatheii Oj.emknt,
for Church Purposes.
Two Tables Foreign and Hawaiian; Grab
Boxes; ltalllu; Lois and Flower Ta
bles: Ire Orram and Cimdy
Tables; Scales; Etc.
NO ADMISSION FEE WILL BE CHARGED.
Two Bluo Flag Tables Tickets 2ft Cents.'
Ono Fink Hag Tablo Tickets fiu Cents.
Tho Hand of St. Louis College will nlav
during tho whole day several of their beau
tiful pieces; and the Sunday School Choir
of Father Clement will sing some of their
best songs, all to make of the occasion not
only n lucrative day, but also a very enjoy
able ono for everyone.
&0 Trains will run at Excursion Hates
from Ilonulultl and Moaualua to the Fair
(bounds every half hour from I) a, m. to'l
p. m.; every hour from 1 to fir. m.j every
half hour again from 0 to 7 r. m.
OmV Tickets for tho l.uati may bo had
any thuo after Tuesduy, Marcli 1 Ith.
V- Tickets for 'Trains (round trip),
only 'Si cents, will bo delivered at tho Depot
on tho two preceding days, April .'Id and
The names of all tho Unites who u 111
plouse take chargo of tho dlH'ereut Tables
of tho Fair anil l.uau will bo published us
soon us thoy aru well known. 073-td
Saturday, March 11; 1S9S.
A prominent buyer remark
ed in our store when he saw
a big lot of Helvetia Belting
being shipped to a plantation,
"You have about everything
in this store that is used on
plantations except the machin
ery." This remark is pleasant
to our ears coming as it does
from a man whose business
is to "buy things."
For the last year we have
been striving to complete our
stock, to have it so that a man
will not have to go elsewhere
to get what is needed for
either his home or plantation.
The Helvetia Belting was the
one thing needful to complete
our lines and just why' we have
delayed getting it is one of
those things "no fellow can find
out." But we have it now and
your wants in this direction
will be filled by us with the
same mutual profit and small
cost to you that characterises
all of our goods.
We have lately added to
our stock a large assortment
of Carriage Supplies, Top
Leather, Collar Leather,'
White Cotton Duck, Dash and
Saddle Leather. For months
and months we have been
supplying the trade with Har
ness Leather in red and black;
the other lines have recently
been added on account of
numerous calls from our cus
tomers. Carriage Top Dress
ing and Neal's Carriage Paints
have been a staple article with
us since our doors were first
thrown open to the public and
an invitation for a share of its
patronage extended. That it
has been a successful line with
us is shown by our increased
stock and spreading out of
We intimated last week that
the damp weather would not
last'forever; the blinding dust
on the thoroughfares is proof
of our prophecy and an indica
tion of the approach of the
windmill season. Last year
we offered you the galvanized
mill as an improvement over
the painted one of the previous
year. It was a step in advance
of the windmill times. This
year we show you, and sell you
the galvanized steel tower,
either fixed or tilting, which
appears to cap the climax ot
all improvements. There
seems to be nothing left for
the manufacturers to do
they've reached the par excel
lence of windmills, and you
know it. If there was as
great an improvement in the
system of collections here the
average merchant would have
sun on both sides of the street.
Our office boy puts it this
Oorner Fort So Hotol Streets.
G-IR, .A. ICsT 3D
Opening of Spring Goods !
KX-" AUSTRALIA" AND "(i. D. BRYANT" I HAVU RKCKIV15D
117 Cases o! New Goods
are now opone'd out
which is invited,
and an inspection
FOR. THIS WEEK
A Handsome Linn of New Dolgns In
FANCY BATKENS, SHADED SILK 15KFKCTB
Tho latest Oloth in
WASH MATERIAL (OHALLY EFFECTS
INDIA DRAPERIES, WJ-INCH WIDE
S1 Li ' I"T L "I" T N TT
Xj XZL JuL J I X - -EjL ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
To Lot or Lease.
BOOMS TO LET.
JL nished Ituomx ut No.
4 Garden I-une, very rea
Bruco & A. J. Cart-wright.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Rath room, pat
ent W. 0 etc Commands
one of tho finest views in Honolulu.
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS:
THE PREMISES LATE
ly necvmicil by P. P.
Kanoa on K.inj street. It
ai a Laruo Yard and tho
House is very convenient.
(BIMlw JOHN F. COLRURN.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
formerlv the residence of the late H. J.
Hart, situato on Nnuami Avenue below
School street. Terms easy. U23-tf
ONE BLOCK FROM RE
rctania street ears, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tane of Six Rooms, Lariie
Lot, Stable and Chieken House. Apply to
E. R. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store
HOUSE TO LET
near l'iikoi street,
containing Six Rooms,
Oarriaeo House and Stable:
Lot HXixlOO feet. Rent $18 per month in
eluding water. Apply to
MRS. W. H. SMITH,
071-lw HO King street.
NOTE Refore seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at onco consult the under
signed at their otllee.
SP-We keep property in first-elnss con
dition. Our terms aro moderate and as
landlords we will always be found reason
able iu our dealings.
ZSp- Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
'Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
llfsit ! fl 1 A
A NICE COTTAGE ON
Beretania street, near
Piikoi street, containing
Parlor. 2 Bedrooms. Bath
room, Diningroom, Pantry and Kitchen,
Servant's room. Carriaee House. Stable, etc.
Traincais pass every 'JO miiTUtcs. Apply at
office of this papor. 45!i-tf
TO LET OR LEASE
THE COTTAGE AT NO.
258 King stieet, lately
occupied by M r. M. S. Levy,
eontaininpii Bedrooms. Par
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and Bathroom;
Stable in vard: Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars and terms, apply to
GI3-tf at E. O. Hall it Sons'.
Jiill Heads, Letter Head, etc., printed
at the Bulletin OJficc.
The wind blowoth
The water lloweth
Tho farmer boweth
Tho customer oweth
And tho Lord knowoth
That wo aro iu need of our dues.
To try and be cunning
And (uli'k "coiue-a-running,"
Ere we go to Lulling,
We're not "a funning"
This thing of dunning
Would glyo us tho everlasting blues.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite HprcokcU' Jtlouk,
A FRESH LOT OF
HAY and GRAIN
PER "S. Q. WILDER"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit
"KA MAM STORE"
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15th
Swiss Muslin Figured Dress Goods,
All-wool Crepes, French Delaines,
Children's Hats and Bonnets,
French Organdies, Etc., Etc.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED WILL NOT RE
X responsible for any debts contracted
bv his wifo italbino Bock in any way
whatever. AUGUST BOOK.
Honolulu, March It, 1893. (!74-3t
DRAFT NO. Bit IN FAVOR OF AH ON,
dated Lihue, Kauai, Feb. 25, 1803,
for Jf.W, sent to too order of Wong Kwai,
Honolulu, hns been lost. As the draft is
of no value to any other, the Under will
please return same to this ofllco. ti73-lw
LOST $50 REWARD LOST
It can bo proved
01' any paper
CO cents a month,
ROOK CONTAINING A
large sum lu HrecnhacKHnuu uiiccks.
A lewariT of 50 will bo paid to any person
the book to tho subscriber's
hniD-o, corner School and Emma streets,
or to the United carriage uo.'h stand,
comer King nnd Fort streets.
071-lw JOHN RADIX.
HAWAIIAN STAMPS WANTED.
T ARC1E OR SMALL QUANTITIES OF
J- Hawaiian used Postage Sunups
bought for cah at San Fraucisco prices.
1 Cent, green lUo.
U Cent, rosu (Kalakaua) c.
J. Cent, violet (Liliuokalani) W)c.
6 Cent, bluo trc.
Others iu proportion. Address
lUWiv Bi!M.i:riN Otllee.
Begs to notify the public' that he has re
ceived per S, H. "Monowai" an
Elegant Assortment of
Ladles', Children's & Gent's
r-pilK WEEKLY 1IULLET1N-W OOL
JL umus of Interesting Reading Mutter,
UlaudB.ll; mulled to forelun countries, 5.