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Qovornmont Lands in Kunia and
Kalioahuna, N. Hilo, Hawaii.
On THURSDAY, March 30, 1893, nt 12
o'clock noon, nt the front entrance of A1H
olnni Halo, will bo sold nt Public Auction
Four (1) Sections of Land In Kunln nnd
Kalioahuna, N. Hilo, Hawaii, as follows:
Section 1 Containing nn nroa of 39.2
AcroB. Upsot price $11X1.
Section 2 Containing nn area of 37.7
Acres. Upset price flSO.
Section 3 Containing un area of libit
Acres. Upset prle.3 f-V.
Section 4 Containing an area of t).0."i
Acres. Upset price $15.
It is conditioned that tha purchaser of
the nbovo Lots sin.il pa;, the cost of s-ui v -j
mid plotting of same, full Inform uiou tu
this regard can bu obtained upon applied
tion to the Ijind Oilic. Interior Ij pait
ment, J. A. Ki.NU,
Miniate.-ot the Inte.iur.
IntetljrOPiott, teb. .2, loll.!.
Vhroo Tracts of Government X.auds
in North Hilo.
On THURSDAY. March 30, 1SD3. at 12
o'clock u un, at the front entraiioj of Alii
olanl Hulu, will he sold at Public Auction,
Thrcu Tracts of Government l.an Is In Ma
uluatct, Nortti Hlio, Hawaii, vU. :
Tract 1 Containing an ar.a of 21 07-100
Acres. Upset pneo f Uk).
Tract J--Containing an area of 18 30-100
Acres. Upset priej i'lLX.
1ract3 Contjinlu an area of 13 99-100
Acres. Upset prL-e U.9j.
It Is conilittuied that the purchaser of
the above Lo s sliall pay the cost of survey
and plotting of tame, Full information in
this regard can be obtained upon applica
tion to the Land Office, Interior Depart
ment. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 21, 189.1.
On THURSDAY, March 30, 1893, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olani Hale, will be sold at Public Auction,
310 2-10 Acres of Bush and Woodland about
114 miles above main road in the District
of North Hilo, Hawaii.
The Government reserves the Right-of-Way
for a road through this Land.
It is conditioned that the purchaser of
the above land shall pay cot of survey and
plotting of same. Full information in this
regard can be obtained upon application to
the Land Office, Interior Department.
Upset price $310.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 25, 1893.
SALE OF LEASE
a Govornment Land
On MONDAY, April 3. 1893, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of Aliioluni
Hale, will be sold at Public Auction, the
Lease of a portion of the Government Lan '.
of Kaapoko, makai of the G.ivt.riiiii in
road in" Hilo, Hawaii, ejutainiaj an urea
of 15 Acres a little mure o: lc.j
Term Lease for !." jear".
Upset price ?X) pjr annum, pisabit
setni-annually in advanjd.
.'. A. KING,
Miiiist,r of the Interior.
Interior Office, M uch ?, ibji.
SALE OF LSASE
Of Government Lot3 No. 7 1 and Nc.
73, Esplanade, Honolulu, Ouliu.
On WEDNESDAY, April li. 1S9'. at 12
o'clock noon, at the front eiitiane of Alii
ohni Hals, will be sold at 1'nlil'e Auction
the Lease of Govir.im -nt Lots N't". land
7V, Usp'anali', Hjinlala, uah.t, obtain
ing an aiea of 10,000 sijuaie feu, a little
wore or less-.
Term Lease for 10 years.
Upet prioe f0) pjr annum, payable
semi-annually in advai.c..
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Offlcj, March U, 1893.
Tho Leaso cf tho Govornment Land
of IJopuhi, Falolo, Oahu.
On yOKDAY, April 3, 1893, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of Aliioluni
Hale, will be told at Public Auction, the
Lease of the Government Land of Kepulii,
Palolo, Oahu, containing an area of 11
25-100 Acres a little more or less.
Term Lease for 15 ears.
Upset price $70 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, March 3, 1893.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, bo re-registered
prior to July 1, 1893, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter he appro
priated by any ono.
Registration on Oahu ahull bo made ut
the Interior Office,
On the othor Islands It shall bo done at
the Oflle s of the several SheriHs.
Minister of the Interior,
Interior Office, Dec, 2, 1892. 589-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Rates, uro hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 0 to 8 o'clock a.m.,
and 4 to U o'clock r. u., until further notice,
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
0. N. Wti.io.x,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, 11, 1., Jan. fi, lbs.
All Commissions as Special l'ollco on
tho Island of Onhn bearing date previous
to January 20, 1893, aro hereby revoked.
Signed W. G. ASHLEY,
Marshal's Office, March 10, W.U.
Pursuant to a Resolution of the Legisla
tive Assembly passed May t, 1882, the
Birthday of Kamehnmtilin III., March
I7t!i, will bo observed as n National Holi
day, and all Government Offices through
out tho Kingdom will bo closed on that
day. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, March 14, 18'U.
Notice is hereby given that in accordance
with tho joint action of the Executive and
THEODORE C. PORTER
has been appointed n Member of tho Ex
ecutive Council of the Provisional Govern
ment of tho Hawaiian Islands to adminis
ter tho Department of Finance.
(Signed) S. B. DOLE,
President of the Provisional Government
of tho Hawaiian Island.
Til DAM BDLLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, MAItCH 17, 1893.
Tlio Advertiser is in groat distress
ovor the alleged mingling of heathen
ism with Christian worship b' Ha
waiiaus. Christian whites sot them
tho esamplo if it is tho case. How
many of the "enlightened" races aro
there who put faith for good luck in
the "horseshoe on tho door?" There
is not a church edifice in Honolulu
in which God is not worshiped by
Tho morning padded sheet has
recourse tothovillago gossip stj'lo of
lying in thofollowing paragraph:
The Advertiser's informant stated
he was assured bj' othor Hawaiiaus
that tho ox-Queen patronized kahu
nas. He believed, from all he could
learn, that she was ouo of those who
worshiped Jehovah and tho heathen
gods as well.
What splendid evidence that would
bo in .a court of law! "My aunt's
cousin's sister-in-law told mo that
hor grand nephew Jim saiiHhat ho
was sure that Snooks stole tho money
that he paid for his wife's new hat."
Tho Now York Nation is among
tho journals of tho United States
It ch do not approve of the me
hods by which Hawaiian annoxa
iuu is sought to be accomplished.
There is a formidable list of leading
organs of public opinion in the
States on the sido of a fair deal to
all tho inhabitants of the islands.
Harper's, Frank Leslie's, Chicago
Herald, Now York World, New York
Post, and many influential papers in
the four quarters of tho Union, aro
with tho civil rights cause. Our
morning contemporary's assumption
that all the brains of America aro
enlisted on tho contrary side is onty
to be compared with tho ostrich's
resource of hiding its head in tho
sand. The Advertiser puts its head
in a sack.
THE ENVOY'S PRECIS.
The conclusion of Mr. Neumann's
statement to the United States Gov
ernment, as the envoy of Queen
Liliuokalaui, appears in to-day's is
sue. To those who may have ex
pected Mr. Neumann to dopond on
"lawyer talk" in Washington tho
document will bo disappointing. Ho
gives ollicial documents linked to
gether with but little commentary.
Tho precis disposes of tho reports
that the envoy was going to
Washington to make tho best finan
cial terms for tho Quoon as compen
sation for the loss of hor Crown.
Its most important feature, however,
is its clear presentation of the truth
of tho revolution matter namely,
that tho Queon was deposed threo
clear days after sho had abandoned
tho project of proclaiming a now
Constitution, and that tho act of do
position was accomplish through
the interposition of tho United
States naval forces. Tho movement
was essentially that of tho United
States Government, working ovor
tho shoulders of local revolutionists,
to bring to a culmination tlioschomo
of annexation which Minibtor Ste
vens was sent horo to promote and,
if possible, to secure tho consumma
tion of. It is well that tho people
of tiio United States have had llio
true inwardness of tho event pre
bunted to them. II should now be
for thorn to say whether tho acquisi
tion of tho islands shall become re
gistered in history on tho basin pre
pared in tho manner now desoribod,
or whether time shall lie taken to
i have the bonds of connection estnb-
Ihhud iu honorable union rather
I than on tho bosia of conquest.
Family Relationships That Beat tho
Tho strangest combination result
ing from tho marriage of rolntivos
that wo havo ovor hoard of is that in
tho family of Lowis Osborno, who
has recently removed to Pomona
from Solina, Fresno county. Mr.
Osborno tolls us that ho has boon
ton years trying to unravol tho por
plositios of relationship that his
second marriage has causod. In 1888
ho marriod a young widow, who was
his own grandfather's third wifo.
Tho couple have a littlo son.
Given this simple statement, and
a number of peculiar family relation
ships may bo deduced. For exam
ple, Mr. Osborno is a grandchild of
his wifo. His son boing also a son
of his (Osborne's) grandmothor, is
uncle to his own lather. Usborno
becomes a brother to his uncles and
aunts, and also a stepfather to thorn.
Tho boy, boing tho child of Osborno
as a grandson, is thorcby a great
grandson of his own mother, while
his father may rejoico in tho title of
great-grandfather to his own child.
Thus tho boy becomes a grandunclo
to himself and Ins parents groat
grandchild. Osborno is tho boy's
father and greatgrandfather at the
samo time, and, boing tho husband
of his own grandmothor, enjoys tho
distinction of boing his own grand
father as well.
Osborne's mother marriod a man
named Blake and his sister married
a brother-ni-iaw oi nor mother,
Honry Blako. Osborne's sister bo
comes a sister to hor own mother.
Mrs. Blako, being Osborne's mothor,
is grandmothor to Osboruo's son.
Tho latter, however, being a son of
tho wifo of Mrs. Blake's fathor-in-law,
is therefore a brother to his
grandmother and grandunclo to his
grandmother's sistor, tho daughter
who married Mrs. Blako's brothor-in-law.
Ho also is hor uephow, as
tho son of hor brother. Osborno is
tho younger Mrs. Blako's grand
father as well as hor brother. Thus
hor liophow, Osborne's son, becomes
uncle to his aunt, boing a sou of hor
grandmother. The series of rela
tionships may bo likewise traced al
most indefinitely. Tho family aro
happy and contented, and live as
pleasantly as though tho peculiar
family ties were not present. Po
That " White Trash."
Tho phraso "poor white trash"
which occurs in an editorial of this
morning's Advertiser reminds ouo of
tho phrase "mean whites" so exten
sively used by tho planters of tho
South before tho war. Tho uowly
coined phraso of tho local organ of
a discontented oligarch' comes from
a source where cognomens are
placed in a necessary order of inver
sion just now. For "trash," road
Tho organ and its parly havo
managed to harness a number of
"whites" badly in want of fodder
and thoy look, and are probably
looked upon by tho occupants of tho
missionary state-coach as a cheap
kind of mule; but a timo is near at
hand when a rude awaking, jostling
and rumbling of tho coach is going
to shako up the editor and his
pupils. Even now the premonitions
of impending fate is upon thorn, and
the hawking round of petitions beg
ging for names to support tho "P. G.
and annexation" is ominous and tho
consequent disappointment and 'not-know-whieh-way-to-turn
ment may bo pleaded in extenuation
of tho present season of tearing hair
and using bad language.
The 'Tiser and Harper's.
Tho Advertiser appears much wor
ried and alarmed at tho stand taken
by Haiper's Weekly on tho annexa
tion scheme. If the last news from
Washington created such sad havoc
in tho Advertiser camp how will they
bo able to stand the more crushing
news next to arrive? It is those solid
facts as staled in Harper's Weekly,
of tho manner in which our revolu
tion was accomplished, that is trou
bling tho soul of tho Advertiser.
Harper's Weekly, as well as hun
dreds of other loading papers in tho
United States, want and demand
that fairplay and justice bo given to
Hawaii; this suits not tho Advertiser,
therefore its weeping and wailing
and gnashing of tooth. Surely tho
Advertiser has cause for ahum, like
wise Minister Stevens. When will
tho Advertiser loam that honesty of
purpose lives eternal, while dishon
esty of purpose lives only for a
while, as in the present case and me
thod of annexation, "Tho way of
tho traiibgresbor is hard."
Terriblo Distress in England.
London, February 27. No such
destitution as exists iu Oldham,
owing to tho prolonged struggles
between tho cotton masters and
operatives, has prevailed since tho
war in the United States, when tho
scarcity of cotton closed tho mills.
Thousands aro out of food and fuol.
At a incotint' of cotton operatives
of Oldham to-day a resolution was
passed calliug upon tho Govornment
to endeavor to secure an interna
tional agreement upon tho reas
sombling of tho Brussels conforonco
to tho ollect that all tho mints of
tho world bo open to tho unrestrict
ed coinage of gold and silver.
Three days is a very short time in
which to cure a bad case of rhou
inatibin; but it can be done, if the
proper treatment is adopted, as will
bu seen by tho following from James
Lambert, of Now Brunswick, Ills;
"I was badPy alllicted with rheuma
tism iu tho hips ami legs, when I
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. It uured me in three
days. 1 am all rifht to-day; and
would insist on ovory one who is
afllicted with that terriblo disease to
use Chamberlain's Pain Balm nnd get
well ut once." F0 cent bottles for
bale by all dealers. Benson. Smith
k Co., agents for tho Hawaiiuu Isl-uud.
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 cans irom 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,
eilher fixed or tilting, which
appears to cap the climax of
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
The wind blowoth
The water lloweth
Tho farmer soweth
Tho customer oweth
Ami the Lord knoweth
That wo are In need of our duee,
To try mid ho cunning
And quick "coiiie-a-ruiniing,"
Ero wo go to Lulling,
Wu'rti not "a funning"
Thin thing of dunning
Would gIo us tho everlantlng blues.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Hprcukcla' Block,
Oorner Fort Se
3- IR, .A.
EX "AUSTRALIA" A XI) "0. D.
117 Gases of
FOR THIS WEEK-
A nanrionic I.Ino of New DoMkih In
PAXOY SATEEXS, SHADED SII.1C
The Latest Cloth in
WASH MATERIAL (OHALLY EFFECTS
INDIA DRAPERIES, 3G-1NCH WIDE
S . JJ !Ex JrC
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., -
To Lot or Iioaso.
ROOMS TO LET.
rpWO NICELY FUR
JL nNhi'd Rooms at No.
4 Garden Lane, ery lea
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
room's, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. C. etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
THE PREMISES LATE
ly occiyiied by P. P.
Knno.i on King stieet. It
has a Laruo Yard and the
HoubC is very convenient,
WW-iiw JOHN F.
,OCK FROM 11E-
retania street ears, a
Cool and Convenient Oor
taire of Six Rooms. Larce
Lot, Stable and Chicken Houc. Apply to
E. R. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
HOUSE TO LET
BE11ETANIA ST. i
iniin Dili ... uf.nni Jw
uontiiininir Si Booms, gEtiIL5w
Jlill J. UIVV. lltLWl, PWffT. TiCvl
Cairmue House and bt.iblo: "LilIi!a
LotlOUxlOo feet. Rent 18 per month m
uludintr water. Apply to
MRb. Y. H. SMITH,
ti"l-lw 110 King street.
A NICE COT TAG!
Jt. Beretania street, near
PiiUoi street, containnm
Parlor. 2 Bedrooms. Bath
room, JJiiiingroom, i'antry ana Kiiciien,
Servant's room, Carriage House, Stable, etc.
TrameaiS p.iss every aj minutes. Apply at
office of this paper. ISK-tf
TO LET OB LEASE
rpHE COTTAGE AT NO.
JL Hits King street, lately
occunicd bv Air. M. S. Levy, $i i1!
eoiitulnimi.) Bedrooms. Par- Sil?:
lor. DiniiiL'-iooni. Kitchen and Bathroom ;
Stable in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
Foi particulars and terms, apply to
J13-tf at E. O. Hull & Sons'.
Bill Heads, Letter Head, etc., printed
at the Bulletin Office.
A FRESH LOT OF
HAY and GRAIN
PER "H. a. WILDER"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit
It can bu proved
01' any pajii'i
Daily Bulklin, 60 cents a month,,
g3 ' 'illiSiAfL-
ItHYAXT" I HAVE RECEIVED
opened out nml
Xi x C E3-,
Honolulu, H. I.
Bruce & A. J. Cartwriglit.
To Let of Iigass
At Prices to Suit the Times.
Two-storv Brick Building
with Pfe.iant Grounds,
formerly the residence of the late.Ji. J.
Hurt, situate on Nuuanu Avenue below
School street. Terms easy. U2o-tf
NOTE Before seeking or eloping bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay ou to scan our
column, and to at once consult the under
signed at their office.
PfiT-Wo keep propel ty in fiist-class con
dition. Our terms are" model ate and as
landlords wo will always be found reason
able in our dealings.
Cf Apply in each case to
BRDCE or A. J. CARTWIUGHT,
'Cartwriglit Building," Meieliant street,
BY VIRTUE OF THREE WRITS OF
Executions issmd out of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit, on tho 31st day
of .lanuarv, A. D. Ib!j3, against Capt. Wm.
D.ivies, defendant, in favor of L. (1. Schu
mann, R. .1. Gieeno and J. Hopp it Co.,
pl.iintills, for the sums of fdi..ii, fim.Tl
and tl')7.2.i respectively, I have levied upon
and sball expoo for Mle at the Police bta
jtion, in .the District of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, at VI. o'clock of SATURDAY, the
Hth day of April, A. D. lS'l.i, to the highest
bidder, all the right, title and inteicst of
the said Win. Davies, defendant, in and
to the following propeity, unless said
judgment, interest, costsaiid my epenses
lio previously paid.
List of propeity for sale:
Two House Lots situated in Pnnuhoit,
Honolulu, on Bingham and Mctc.ilf stieet-.
'I'lm Hist liuvliii an aie.i of .7.) ot an acic.
I moie particularly desciihed in deed of Paly
.... -. 'i.i :.. I :i...- r.! ....... ...11
xo uranuiii, recumcu 111 nium i, i ii- '.
Also, Lot containing .'i0,(i00 square feet,
and described in deed ot Dillingham to
Graham recorded in Libei W, page Uo,
both being portions of the Pastille Lot be
longing to the Oahu College and duly con
vened to said Win. Davies by deed of W.
H. Cornwell dated Aug. f, l?b'), ucoided
in Liber 118. page 10IJ, together with the
buildings and appurtenances thereon.
Said property being subject to a mortgage,
however, of f:iVi0, to the estate of T. 11.
Hobron, and to a second mortgage of $&00
to W. R. Cnstlo, dated July -'.', 18')-', and
rccoided in Liber 138, page 171.
Alo lf Sliaies of the Pioneer Building
and Loan Association Company, said
Shares being represented by ceitilicate
No. 18!) for 5 Shares, and by eertiflcate No.
lis-i for 10 Shines. Said Shares of stock,
however, being subject together with tho
uentioned lie.U JSstatu lo tno said
moitgago to W
W. G. ASHLEY.
Honolulu, March 10, 1MU.
rrMIE UNDERSIGNED WILL NOT BE
JL responsible for any debts contracted
by his wife Balhine Bock in any way
whatever. AUGUST HOOK.
.Honolulu, March 1), lb'il. H71-3t
TV'AFT NO. W) IN FAVOR OF AH ON,
I ) Milfoil Lihuu. Kauai. Feb. 'ii. ISM.
for if")0, sent to the older of Wong Kwai,
Honolulu, has been lost. Ah the draft Is
of no value to any other, tho llndor will
pl.caso return same to this office, (,73-lw
HAWAIIAN BTAMPS WANTED.
T- AROE OR SMALL QUANTITIES OF
JL Hawaiian uced Puslago Stamps
bought for cash at San Francisco prices.
1 Cent, green 10e.
'i Cent, iomi (Kiiliikiuia) ''.
'J Cent, violet (.Liliuokalaui) "'"'
fi Cent, blue .' .. . . d1.'.
Others Iu proportion. Address
UT'Aw iluil.l.ll.s Oillee.
Begs to notify the public that lie has ic-
eeived per S. K. "Miinovwil" an
Elegant Ai-ortiiicnt of
Ladles', Children's & Gent's
Boots ff4 Shoes
BULLETIN M COL
riHtlm' Rcudiin: Mutter.
J- uiiiimof imerostlug Reading Mutter.
luainda.tlj juttluid to foreign countries, tf.
f Spring Goods !
"W. F. BEYNOLDS, Prop.
Just Received Ex "Australia"
Lawn Tennis Backets, $3.60 lo $G.
" " Nets, full court.
" " Poles.
Tops, 5c. to 10c.
Croquet Sets, $1.60 to $12.
Bate Balls, 10c. to $1.60.
Base Ball Bah, 10c. to 90c.
Masks, $1 to $Jt.
Catcher's Gloves, 60c. to $7.60.
A LAROE ASSORTMENT OF
Childrea's Picture Books
Pocket Knives & Scissors,
H'Mi AND COSII'MSTR LINK OF
Ro ;t.l Irish Linen Stationery
Full Bound Blank Books
At Pan Francisco Pi ices,
Blank Books & Office Supplies
TO TAKE PLACE AT THE
Beretania Street Armory
Saturdav Eveiiinir, March 18
AND CONTINUING ABOUT ONE WEEK.
gX3F Teams desiring to enter, aie re
quested to do so with MR. C. .1. McCAR
TII Y, at No. y." Merchant stieet.
will clo-e at
Z& A Platform will be completed and
open for piactice at the Armory about
Maich nth. 0VJ-3t
"KA MAILE STORE"
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15th
Swiss Muslin Figured Dress Goods,
All-wool Crepes, French Delaines,
Children's Hats and Bonnets,
French Organdies, Etc., Etc.
The following choice hit of word painting
occurs in Hawthorne's Marble Faun:
" Women bo they of what earthly rank
thoy may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with aw fill beauty, have
always borne littlo handiwork ready to fill
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle Is familiar tothoiingeis of them all.
A (picdi, no doubt, plies it on occasion; the
woman poet can use it as adroitly as her
lien; the woman's oyo, that has discovered
a new star, turns from its glory to send thu
polished little instrument gleaming along
the hem of her kerchief, or to darn a casual
fray in her dress. And they havo greatly
the advantage of tin in this respect. Tho
slciidi r thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united w nn tne small, laiuiuar, gentle 111
teiestsof life, the continually operating in
jluences of which do so much for tho health
of tho character, and carry oil what would
othei wise be a dangerous accumulation of
morbid sensibility. A vast deal of human
sympathy runs along this electric line,
stielching from tho throne to tho wicker
chair of tho humblest scainstre-is, and
keeping high and low In a species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
Housewives, while you ply tno needle,
havo you over rellected on the vicissitudes
of life; See to it that your husbands pro
vide for the future welfare of their families
l at once apphiug for a Policy in tho
Equitabu; LIFE ASSURANCE SO
CIETY of the United States. No moro
suitable gift could be ollered to you.
DRUCE & A. J. OARTWRIGHT,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Equitable Life Assurance Society of tho
rpilE ItLGUL.Vlt ANNUAL MEETINd
1. of the Stockholders of tint Inter
Island Miiiiii Navigation Company, (L'd),
will He liclil at tlio Office of the I oiniuny
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Maich '.'1st. at IU i
W. II. .Mi LEAN,
All hinds of Commercial Pointing
promptly unruled ut luw rates at the