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Omcr. of the Boaiiu or )
Honolulu, March 10, 1803.)
Tho following named persons have boon
chosen nnd appointed Oiliecrs of the Board
Hon. W. O. Smith President
Charles Wilcox Seerotary
0. D. Bcynolds Kxccuttvc OIHcor
David Dayton Agent on Leprosy
L. L T. Pinrm JMspcctor it Manager
(i. W. 0. Jones Inspector
THE COMMtTTKKS OK T1IK HOARD AHE!
On Leprosy Dr. F. L. Minor, John Una.
On Quarantlno nnd Contagious Diseases
other than Leprosy Dr. F. H. Day, J. T.
On Public Health nnd Sanltatlon-Dr. Q.
1. Andrews, J. 0. Carter.
Secretary Board of Health.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, liy law, bo re-regis-tercd
piior to July 1, 1S!M, or thuy will bo
forfeited, mid can thereafter bo appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oahu shell be made at
the Interior Olllco.
On thootliet Islands it shall bo done nt
the Olllc s of the .several Sheiills.
Q. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Inicrior Ollice, Dec. 'J, 1M)2. 5b!)-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or thoso
paying Water Hates, are hereby notified
that tho Hours for using atcr for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and I to 0 o'clock i m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 5, 1SD3.
Honolulu, March 'JO, 1S93.
Notice is hereby givon that
WILLIAM FOSTEtt, Esq..,
HON. ALBERT FHANOIS JITDD and
CECIL BUOWN, Esq.,
have been appointed Commissioners for
tho purpose of Revising and Codifying the
Pennl Lhws of the Hawaiian Islands in
accordance with the provision of an Act
of the Hawaiian Legislature approved
Auc. IS, 189J, providing therefor.
(iT'J M-tt It
GoVl.UNMUVl Hoiisk, )
Honolulu, March L'u, lbli.3. f
Notice is hereby given that His Excel
lency THEODORE C. PORTER
has been appointed a Commissioner of
Clown Lands of the Hawaiian Islands,
vice Mr. P. C. Jonos, resigned.
The Board now consists of J. A. King,
T. 0. Porter and 0. P. lankea.
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All kinds of Commercial Printing
promptly executed at low rates at the
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1893
Somo known annexationists not of
the inner circle have been informed
thoy could not be hoard at to
night's mass meeting unless they
made known tho substance of thoir
remarks in advance. It is not thon
to bo an opportunity for a free inter
change of opiuion oven among thobo
who aro in the samo boat.
Ono of tho favorite expressions of
the morning wind-bag is 'manuahi."
It forgot to mention, howovor, that
its own Daily Kuokoa newspaper is
beiug scattered amongst tho natives
"manuahi." Tho kind of hypocritical
rot which appears in the Kuokoa
will not go down with tho simple
natives in these times, and thoy ref uoo
to part with their dollars for such a
rag. Thoy invariably subscribe for
Inquiry iu tho proper quarter
elicits the fact that the Provisional
Government is not pressing its de
mand for tho return of the Japauoso
murderer, taking rofugo on his coun
try's warship, to tho authorities.
Tho Japanese roprosontativos at tho
first declined to give tho man up un
til they could obtain instructions
from thoir Government, and at that
tho Provisional Government lot tho
mattor rest. Whatever else tho
Japanese may have in thoir eye,
therefore, tho case of tho refugee
dooB not enter into it.
There is good authority forblating
that tho Advortisor'b effort at a son
Hation ovor Japanese policy is made
up of "padding," such as it lately
coufesbed to tho uso of. The high
diplomatic olliuial is btill hero,
not having loft on tho Aliiko .Warn
Thoro is no truth in tho report tiu.t
tho training hhip Kongo has gono will havo boon Hat isfiod. Uohiuuh, in
to San Francisco instead of Yoko- i any hasty dual of tho kind, tho do
hama. Doubtloss tho rest of tho groo of importunacy, conjoined with
Htory concootod by tho fakibt is of , tho amount of "pull" at command,
iirjiial valuo. But what about tho
motiro for mioh a fabrication at Huh
junctures! Ik it a substituto for tho
vanished British bugaboo to holp
out to-night's pow-wowT
"WhntMs it all nboutt This organ
izing of a loaguo to promote annexa
tion? Is not tho Provisional Gov
ernment, with plounry powors in its
possession bnckod by ovorybody of
auy account in tho islands, accord
ing to tho roporls of tho Commis
sioners and United Statos diplomat ic
roprosontativos loaguo enough?
Tho fact exclusively to bo inferred
is that tho Provisional Government
party has como to roalizo that tho
groat heart of tho United Statos is
still friendly to tho Hawaiian nation.
That tho groat Amorican people aro
not going to bo carried away with a
hurrah into a course that might im
pugn their grand reputation for
protecting weak peoples and hum
blo folk who rely on their traditional
souso of justice. Tho Hawaiian peo
ple at largo have reason to hopo
that in tho readjustment of thoir af
fairs they will have tho best counsel
of tho highest ordor of United Statos
statesmen. Everything thus far in
dicates that if the now administra
tion in tho United Statos can dis
cover a means of preserving Hawai
ian autonomy without losiug any of
tho universally acknowledged Ameri
can supremacy of interest in, and
watch-caro over, tho Hawaiian Isl
ands, a policy on thoso linos will bo
early carried to a happy consumma
tion. It is evident that such a policy
is favored by tho ablost organs of
public opinion in tho United Statos,
and is tho heart's desiro of more
Americans resident horo than tho
care to acknowledge.
From tho start the advice of tho
"hoodlums" as Minister Stovons
was kind enough to denominate tho
leaders of tho party of dissent from
tho late revolution to tho Hawai
ian pooplo and all thoir sympathizers
was to quietly abide tho decision of
tho United States after both sides of
tho cabo had boon submitted to that
nation. This advico has been well
observed. Beginning with the na
tives' mass mooting tho day before
tho revolution culminated, and tak
ing all tlio assom onos oi cuuoroni
organizations in behalf of both na
tional independence and a fair deal
iu caso of annexation, thero has not
been an uttorance reported which
was calculated in tho slightest do
greo to foment disturbance or resist
ance to tho authority of tho Provi
sional Government after it came
into control of affairs. This sub
misbivoness, this quiescence, has
really been tho greatest obstacle to
the rushing through of tho schoinos
of the revolutionary part3', without
taking time for investigation of all
tho phases of tho question, and for a
statesmanlike adjustment of the
rights of persons aud property most
concerned. A violent attitude of
opposition, or even a sullen assump
tion of indifference that might bo
taken for a lying-low position to
seize tho first opportunity for a
counter-revolution would have fit
tod much Letter into the plans of
the existing powers. These needed
positive and strenuous opposition to
enable them to keep thoir sup
porters in needed discipline. With
out such opposition elements within
their own camp soon made their
baneful influence felt, and tho
necessity for a protectorate of the
United Slates was tho earliest pub
lic result. Tho active opposition to
details of administration in this
paper and elsowhoio, although at
first it elicited an extreme sousitivo-nc-ss
on tho part of tho Provisional
Government, has iu reality lauded
to strengthen tho hands of that
body. It would have boon woll for
tho Government aud tho country, in
this transition period, had such op
position boon more heeded thau has
been tho case. Apart from the salu
tary effects of criticism on au3' ruling
body, it was greatly to tho benefit of
tho Government, as woll as eminent
ly in tho public interest, to have
a vigorous protest ontorod against
allowing tho civil service to bo made
tho prey of spoilsmen who, under
tho false guise of supporters and
promoters of a bettor political or
dor, went into the revolution solely
for what thoy could got out of the
wreck of tho old institutions. Tho
greatest mistake tho Government
has made, mark tho words for future
roforence, has been its departure
from a strictly "provisional" role.
Its running off into new and un
necessary legislation, opposed from
the beginning by this journal, has
boon admitted by its self-constituted
organ to have boon a wrong course.
Its giving way to tho pressure for
placo, whilo its own tenure is con
coded to lio only temporary, is the
chief blunder of all. When all tho
oilicers in tho list are apportioned
among tho clamorous crowd only a
small proportion of its uoustitiioiitu
is bound to bo inoro availing thau
tho provablo coinpotonoy of candi
dates. Thou what will bocomo of tho
public- intoroatH to bo survod by a
civil fiorvico oorpa of raw recruits
without, in many cases, tho first idoa
of their simplost 'duties? Add to
this tho independent sonso of tho
now incumbents, that thoy do not
owe thoir places to responsible soloc
tion but to political sorvicos already
performed. Then, what can tho
pooplo be loft to expect in rolurn
for tho oxpondiluro of thoir money
on services intended to bo only for
tho common good?
THE TREATING BYSTEM.
Dr. Lucas Holds That Most Drink
ing is Dono for Sociability.
According to tho chostnut attotod
by himself, llov. D. V. Lucas, D. D,,
had a large and rospoctablo mooting
at Y. M. 0. A. hall last night. That
is, tho lecturer was largo, and tho
audience respectable. Thero wore
enough auditors of both soxos there,
however, to give a fairly sociable as
pect to tho room. General Secre
tary Pock gave out tho hymn, "Won
dorful Words," which was sung to
inano accompaniment oy miss ninny
lalstoad. Rev. Dr. Ueckwith offered
Mr. J. B. Athorton, in introducing
tho lecturer, remarked ho had rathor
thought that it was not an audience
thnt was given to treating. But on
a second look ho saw some who
were addicted to treating with ice
cream, and Dr. Lucas had given
thorn soiuo good treats. Ho told a
story of a little follow who asked his
father, after going homo from a lec
turo tho other night, if Dr. Lucas
was over a scout. "If not, how did
ho over lose his scalp lock?"
Dr. Lucas replied on getting up
that sometimes ho accounted for
that bald spot as tho result of
scratching his head to see if thero
was anything in it. Thon ho gave
them auothor reason the other night
that ho had boon a married man
The spoakor wont on to utter tho
proposition that more than one-half
of the liquor consumed in Honolulu
as elsewhoro was drank by people
who did not liko strong drink and
wished tho whole busiuoss was in
the bottom of tho sea. It was iu
tho sociablo element of human na
ture implanted therein for good
and noble purposes that lay tho
secret of tho prevalent drinking cus
toms. Ho gave very realistic illus
trations of a hypothetical nature to
demonstrate the truth of tho theory.
Those again wore backed up by nar
rations or cases in real mo, most ot
thorn from the spoaker's personal
knowledge. Many of tho stories
wore of a humorous kind, making
tho audience laugh out frequently.
Tho lecturer displayed a strong
faculty for mimicry and a varied
mastery of dialect.
Before closing his address Dr.
Lucas announced ho would lecture
this evening, especially for boys but
ovorybody welcome, on tho subject,
"Why tho Pony Gave Out." On
Friday evening he would lecture on
tho political economy aspect of the
liquor question. In this connection
ho told of tho good results of tho
local option law in Canada, giving
some laughable stories of electoral
campaigns on tho question.
Rooms to lot with board at Ilani
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Native Fans and Curios in groat
variety at the "Elite Ice Cream Par
lors." Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu-
cumbor Tonic. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 181 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Tolophouo 682.
Mechanics' Home, 59 and 61 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, wook or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.-
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and iu classes; French, Spanish,
aud Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C. A.
The Shirt Maker's Revenue
Hold your orders for Johnson is coming
The ftirt maker is nn the way
Look out for his whiskers for thoy arc leak
ing Till you hear what ho has to say.
Kespect to Johnson the bluffer justly paid
And noble liirt maker houoied his joblots
lint whence this being? that a name so
Should join with Johnson the shirt man,
on a tomb bo seen.
This Johnson would better far proclaim,
To future ages humble his job lots name,
Jolinsun and shirt maker hud been well
The city collector and the city bard.
Now import all your so called shirt makers
To take my honest living awav If you can
I came to giesu Islands to work like a man
J I ore will I stay iu spite of vour teeth
For all kinds of shirt will t make to look
"last but not least."
I do all tho shirt cutting that is
uono at my placo of business and in
case the shirts don't givo ontiro satis
faction I will alt or thorn, make now
shiits or refund tho money. All
shirts that I inako will bo kept in
repair for 2 years froo of charge.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Tho Amorican Shirt Maker.
Tho Botort Concise.
In answer to Hawaii I have only
to say that ho is not a successful liar
or a misled innocent, and 1 will bo
pleased to inform him of tiie truth,
although it might hurt his friend.
J. M. Vivas.
For Local Nowh
Here is something from Mr. Frank
A. Hale, proprietor of the De Witt
House, Lewistou, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, Mc. Hotel men
meet the world as it comes and goes,
nnd are not slow in sizing people
and things up for what they are
worth. He says that be has lost a
father and several brothers and sis
ters from Pulmonary Consumption,
and is himself frequently troubled
with colds, and he
Hereditary often coughs enough
to make him sick at
Conaumptlonhis stomach. When
ever he has taken a
cold of this kind he uses Boschee's
German Symp, and it cures him
every time. Here is a man who
knows the full danger of lung trou
bles, nnd would therefore be most
particular as to the medicine he used,
what is his opinion ? Listen 1 "I
use nothing but Boschee's German
Syrup, and have advised, I presume,
more than a hundred diffeient per
sons to take it. They agree with
me that it is the best cough syrup
in the market."
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
AUCTION SALE OF
On FRIDAY, March 24th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M..
I will sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
rooms, a Choice Collection of Plants and
Trees just arrived from Japan ex S. S
"Mike Maru," consisting of
MAGNOLIAS, 9 Varieties;
AZALEAS, 10 Varieties;
White Crape Myrtle, Cameli.is, Palms,
Cinnamon it Camphor Trees,
Oranges, Giant Louots, Walnuts,
Tea Plants & Seed, Etc., Etc.
Lewis J. Levey,
L. J. Levey
J. P. Kahalewai
Series of Interesting Incidents in
Adapted for the Stage hy tho II w n Po.noi
Drvmatic Co., to bo presented in Eng
lish by Native Hawaiianson
SATURDAY EVENING, April 8i,
Will bo produced a Melo-drama in
Two Acts, entitled;
"The Lady .Twilight"
New Scenes I
IsTe'w Costumes I
A Musical Interlude by the Company:
Overture Hawaiian Band
"Landing of Lono and His Death"
Characters hy tho Company.
tXf A Set of Realistic Scenery has been
specially designed and painted for thc-u
Prices as Usual 50c, 75c. & $1.00.
TSIt- llox Plan open at Levey's where
Tickets can bu had for all paits of tho
IN BE MECHANICS'
WHKKKAS, THK MECHANICS'
Benefit Union, a Corporation es
tablished under the Laws of the Hawaiian
Islands, has pursuant to the law in such
eases made and piovided, duly filed at tho
Oflice of the Minister of tho Interior, a
Petition for the Dissolution of tho said
Corporation, together with a eertillcate
thereto annexed, as required by law; now
Notico is hereby given to any and all
persons who have ' been or are now inter
ested in any manner whatsoever in the
said Corporation, that objections to the
granting of tho said Petition must honied
In the otllee of tho undersigned on or be
fore WKDNK8DAY, the !lth day of May,
1S!U, and that any person or persons desir
ing to be heard thereon, must be In at
tendance at tho ollice of the undersigned
in Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, at 10 o'clock
a. m. of said day, to show cause why said
Petition should not bo granted.
J. A. KINO.
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllco, March 20, 1803.
ON 8A'niUl)AKVKN'lNO, TWO
Keys, between Waiklkl and School
street. Finder will please leave at Heb
ron, Newman it Co.'s Drugstore.
A BINOLK J1AHK13L
xX. Jlrccch Iioadiug
AHOP.HK, IlltAKK AND
Harness, All in good
A ....I.. .., ,1.1 "
'M'1"J " nun 1 "J7te'
A LL PKKSON8 JIAVINI1 CLAIMS
xi iigatniit J'mil P. Kanoa will iileiiho
present them at once to the iiiidorsli!iied.
JOHN F. COLBUUN.
Honolulu, Murch 17, li&J. U77-!it
Haweiian Harflwarc Co., L'tt
Saturday, March IS, 1S93.
An order for ten plows in
one day from one plantation
is an indication of the direction
of the wind in the plow trade.
The Hendry Breaker is in the
nine hole for big work, and for
ordinary plain every day plow
ing, the Hendry Rice Plow has
no equal, They have floated
on the crest of a popular wave
since their introduction with no
danger of an under tow carry
ing them back.
On some plantations the
managers have a riding plow
in operation, but it is not all
land that is suitable for this
plow, it is good on. level
stretches but not on up-hill-and
down-dale places. The
Gazelle three-wheeler is con
sidered the best of these, bist
because of its many good qua
lities and because we sell
them. The plow is hung from
and lifted by two cranks,
which move together, and to
both of which the beam is se
curely attached, one being in
front and the other at the rear
of the beam. The action of
the lifting lever is to squarely
raise or lower the entire plow
bottom. It does away with
that nicety of adjustment at
the clevis necessary on other
riding plows and so makes the
Gazelle specially adapted to
inexperienced plowmen. This
construction allows the Gazelle
to open a furrow either flat or
on an angle. As the plow lifts
six inches from the ground it
is high enough to clear all ob
structions when on the road.
No exertion is necessary to
start the plow; by merely
loosening the lever and start
ing the team the plow will
enter the ground to any re
quired depth, when it may be
locked in position by the
In constructing this plow the
manufacturers spare no ex
pense in the quality of the
materials used, and for a riding
plow its makeup stamps it as
die best that ever came to the
Islands. We have only a few
of them and offer them cheap
because we wish to "devote our
plow space to the Hendry
brands of agricultural imple
ments. If you have ever had broken
thumb nails from opening a
pocket knife you are probably
as willing to avoid the annoy
ance and disagreeable feeling
as we are to provide you with
the means of doing so. There
is only one way to keep your
nails perfect and that by get
ting one of the Patent Knives in
which the blades open by sim
ply touching a spring. We've
sold ten dozen of them to fas
tidious people. If you belong
to that set you'll want one.
The approach of spring
kindles a desire in people to
paint their houses and fences,
dress them up, as it were, for
Easter. Strange to relate we
have everything necessary to
put your place in good shape,
and by the way the Califor
nians, and we take our styles
from that State, now paint
their houses in one color and
without any contrasting shades'
in the trimmings. The effect
is at once beautiful and catchy.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppoi.Uu Bpreckelb' Moult,
mm OF FASHION
Corner B'ort &
O- Tl -A-
Opening of Spring Hoods !
UX " AUSTRALIA" AND "0. 1). ltKYAKT" I 1IAVK ltKOLIVKl)
117 Cases ef Mew Scods
Personally selected which are now opened out and nn Inspection
of which Is Invited.
-FOP?. THIS WEEK-
A Handsome Lino of New Designs iu
FANCY SATKLNS, SHADLD SILIv CrKIICTB p- At
The Latest Cloth in
WASH MATKU1AL (.011 ALLY 1UTBCTS CS At
IXDIA DltAPKUlKS, liU-lXCH WIDP. rxy At
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. I.
THEO. H. DA VIES & GO.
IMPORTS Ex " TK.A.3STSIT
-JUST HliXiroEED -
Hay, Rolled Barley, Oats, Bran, fine and coarse; Middlings,
WHHAT, WHOLE V CltACICKD COUN,
GOLDEN GATE & WHITE LILY FLOUR,
Uavo Beans, llbl. Salmon, Fairbanks' Laid, Whitney's Butter,
Laglc Milk, Libby's O. 0. A: Chipped Beef, '
Libby's Lunch Tonnp, Underwood's 1'ioniu Lobster,
It. it. B. Honed Chicken, Vienna Sausage, Oysters, Clams,
"Yum-Yuni" Corn, "Lion" Corn, ' '
Log Cabin Maplo By tup, Kojal Baking Powder.
Cal. French Primes, Dried Apples, Evaporated Applesi
Dried Peaches, Dried Api loots, Almonds, Walnuts,
itaisins in Whole, lj and Uo-es; Alnrij.ni's Sapolio, Pcarline,
Kibing bun Stove Polish, Jla-on's Blacking,
Candles, Table Salt, Colfeo in Tins it Papers.
Medium, Saloon Pilot, Soda, Assorted & Other Fancy Crackers.
INCLUDING A VARIED ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL GROCERIES.
New Zealand Potatoes & Onions, Received Ex "Alameda"
078 LAUCri; SUPPLY OF FHKD STUFFS ALWAYS IN STOCK. lm
To X.et or Lease.
HOOMlS TO LET.
rpVO XICELY FUll
i iiilied Booms at Xo.
1 Harden Xane, very ica
TWO KOOMKV) FUB- A yifl-i -y
nished Cottage on jfeji
ua Siiuaie. Apply to &!: viSft,-
"P. 0. Box 'A.
"VTHW HOUSE OF FIVE
JLA rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent . C, etc. Commands
ono of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
iu ti,-u; .i,i, t i ii.w.
THE PBKMISKS LATE- ,-v.i --
ly occupied hy P. P. fe;,,VJu;
Kanoa on King htiect. It rSu-hTj,
has a Laigo Yard and tho tSiifeSS-
Ilon-o is very convenient. For terms
OjJ-i'w JOHN F. COL1JUBN.
ONE BLOCK FIIOM BE- .-,Vl """I
retania stieet cars, a Kyt',. "W-J
Cool and Convenient Cot- tfi i i i'niSla
tage of Six Booms, Large liiiS
Lot, Stable aud Chicken lloii-e. Applv to
E. It. HE.NDKY,
at Hawaiian Uai.lw.iro Co.'s store.
HOUSE TO LET
KJ near Piikol
Idiom-, f j:,jt ,,r,i
containing Sit I
Carriaee House and S
Lot 10OU0J feet. Bent $18 pur month in
chiding water. Apply to
MILS. V. H. SMITH,
(171-lw 110 King htiuel.
A NICE COTTAGE ON Ay-
Beiel.miu street, near T, VwO
Piikol street, containing fgitjil.Vai,
Parlor, 2 Bedrooms, Bath- 3iti!ti2.
room, Diuingroom, Pantry and Kitchen,
Servant's room. Carriage Houe. Stable, etc
Tramcais pass every uininutcs. Apply at
olllco of this paper,
VEKY UEAhONABLE A -Vr-".
.it a low luutul a long irVV-W
Lcn-eiif u Splendid Build- i-Jiii"iuS.
lug bllo on the lieai h at !ii-ifeli2:
WalKilii; bathing facilities llrnt-cliiKS uud
in a desirable locality. For p.iitloulars
('. .1. McCAHTIIY,
(i"7-:;t Cummins Block, Meicliaul tt.
TO LET OR LEASE
rpiIHCOTTAIJK AT NU. A ,1 "v
X 'J.)S King stt.et, latch jifl" riwi
occupied b Mr. .M.B. Levy, MuifuL
comalmngllBcdi.Miii. ., I'.u- BiaSlKSL
lor, Dinliig-ioo ii, Kitchen mid Bathi-uom;
Stable iu yard, Artci-itui uti-i laid on.
1'or pai'tictil.iih .mil tonus, apply 10
()i:i-tf at E. ). Hall .V Sous'.
Begs to uiitih the public that he lias rc-
i.tit'ii pel .V is. "M.unm.ii" mi
Uoguiil Aftsnitiiiciu of
Ladles', Children's U Gent's
35T ID H
Eruco & A. J. Cartwright.
o Let er Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
I X and
formerly the residence of the late H. J.
Hart, situate on Nnnanii Avenue below
School htiect. Terms easy. 623-tf
NOTE Bofoio hooking or closing bar
1 gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
i column, and to at onco consult the uuder
I signed at their ollice.
I BSWo keup property in first-class con
1 dltion. Our terms aro moderate and as
landlords wo will always bo found reason
able in our dealings.
i S3 Apply in each caso to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
'Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. BEYNOLDS, Prop.
Our Optical Department still
(joes atony in the even tenor of its
J way denpite all opposition. Every
day we fit somebody cither with a
pair of Eyeglasses for 25c, and
once in a wltile we gel as high as
$2.00. We can't go higher he
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' tals you can buy and why pay
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'HWrc 1 he reason IS that we do
not need ami special two weeks'
- studij of the question because our
I instrument, the EYEMETER, is
so simple that its test is absolute.
Doesn't mutter if your eyes are
myoplic, astigmatic or any other
attic, that instrument gets there
Toilet Soups, Hair.t Cloth Brushes,
L'roiiuui bets, Lawn Tennis Supplies
Millars from $1 up, Banjos, Violins,
On tin Iiiniiiluient Plan, also For Kent
A lur;e mniply of Popular Novels.
A in ll itnMirted Mock of Bound Books,
lo Mill all ages til publisher' rate,
ChlUlrnn'H Books from 5o. up,
Sets Hawaiian Stouija $1.75 & $4.00.
Slieet Music Ordered by Every Steamer.
teat Specialties !