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NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by lnw, be re-regls-tored
prior to July 1, 1KU, or thoy will be
forfeited, nnd can thereafter bo appro
printed by any one.
Registration on Ouhu shall bo uiiule at
the Interior Otlluu.
On tbo otbei Islands It shall bu done ut
the OlUc i of tbo several Sheriffs.
Minister of the Interior,
lnimior Oflleo, Bee. -', IS).'. 6s9-tf
Holders of Wntor Privileges, or those
paying Water Rates, are hereby notllled
that tho .Hours for using wutur for Irriga
tion purposes uru fiom 0 to M o'clock . m.,
and 4 to 0 o'clock p. m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WlllTK,
Supt. Honolulu Wutur Works.
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. ft, lsyj.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
GOVERNMENT HoUSK, 1
Honolulu, March "JO, 1803. J
Notice U hereby given that
WILLIAM FOSTER, Esq.,
HON. ALBERT FRANCIS JUDI) and
CECIL BUOWN, Esq.,
have been appointed Commissioner for
tho purpose of Revising and Codifying the
Penal Laws of the Hawaiian Islands in
accordance with the provisions of an Act
of tho Hawaiian Legislature approved
Aue. 0, 18;K!, providing therefor.
07!) 3t-13 It
GovnnNMKNT House, 1
Honolulu, March -JO, 1S93. j
Notice is hereby given that His Excel
lency THEODORE C. rOUTEll
has been appointed a Commissioner of
Crown Lands of the Hawaiian Islands,
vice Mr. P. C. Jones, resigned.
The Board now consists of J. A. King,
T. 0. Porter and C. P. Iaukea.
079 3t-l It
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1893.
Largo Organization Meeting at the
Brill Shed Last Night.
Tho call for a meeting to organize
an Anuoiaticm Club was responded
to last night by a crowd that filled
tho largo drill bliud. It is estimated
that 700 or 800 people were prosont.
Mr. Theo. F. Lansing, member of
tho Advisory Council, was chairman,
opening the meeting with appro
Mr. F. M. Hatch and Mr. J. W.
Joues wore elected as temporary
President and Socretary, respect-1
ivoly. They were lator elected to
servo permanent, as well as tho
Vice-Presidents W. C. Wilder,
Dr. J. S. Mo Grow, A. S. Hartwell,
Prof. Scott, R. W. Wilcox, J. A.
Treasurer Mr. T. F. Lansing.
Executive Commit too Messrs. F.
B. McStocker, C. T. Wilder, L. C.
Abies, Geo. McLood, W. H. Hoogs,
T. Murray and Geo. C. Stratemeyor.
Enrollment Committee Messrs. J.
S. Martin, W. B. Oleson, G. W.
Smith, Chas. Hall and .A. W. Keech.
Messrs. J. H. Fisher, W. C. Wil
der, Jr., and E. O. White wore the
committee on organization who pre
sented tho list of officers.
Messrs. J. A. Magoon, Arch. Sin
clair and William P. Tilden, as a
committee for tho purpose, sub
mitted a constitution and bylaws,
which wore adopted. It provides
for tho organization of similar clubs
throughout tho country.
Speeches were delivered by Prof.
M. M. Scott, General Hartwell,
Messrs. R. W. Wilcox, W. C. Wilder,
W. B. Oleson, H. N. Castlo, Dr. J. S.
McGrow, A. Young, Chas. Xotloy,
F. M. Hatch, John Emmoluth, Hugh
Gunu, and J. K. losopa. The
speeches wore received with groat
enthusiasm. A letter was read from
Mr. J. M. Vivas, assuring tho meet
ing that the whole Portuguese
colony Wets for annexation.
Tho roll of supporters of annexa
tion was announced to contain 1019
Their Full Force.
It is always well to know tho
strength of tho onomy. Tho meet
ing in favor of annexation carries
with it a clear lesson. Tho last cen
sus gives for this (own a total male
population of 9722 (not including
Chinese and Japanese nor Polyne
sians). Out of these 1191 are na
tives, 1257 half-caste, 1250 foreigners
born hero and 2721 foreigners. The
mooting proclaimed tho enrollment
of 1019 names only in fawir of an
nexation. Tins may Do taken as
about tho full force of tho annexa
tionists, that is to say les than ouo
half of tho foreigners and only a lit
tle moro thau one-tenth of tho
whole male population, and don't
you forget the figures! Moieover,
out ofthis full toree, how many
would "vote differently on a hecrot
ballot, when not afraid of losing
their bread and butter by Manifest
ing their opinion. Statistician.
B. B. Auotrulla.
Tho steamer Australia, H. C.
lloudlotto, commander, sailed from
San Francisco March lfi, 1893, at 2
p. in., with 19 cabin and -lii steerage
pashongors, ami 218 sacks mails, En
countered remarkably lino, weather
throughout tho voyage. Arrived at
Honolulu March 22d at I) a, in.
Submrtbt fur the Daily Bulletin, fiO
wntt per month.
San FnANCisoo, March 15.
IPer S. S. Australia. j
THE HAWAIIAN QUESTION.
A COMMISSION OK INVKSTHUTION.
Prosidont Cleveland's administra
tion is sending a commission to tho
Hawaiian Islands, to investigate tho
whole question of annexation. Ex
Congrosstnnu Blount of Georgia,
who was chairman of tho House
Committeo on Foreign Affairs in
last Congress, is to bo the head of
tho commission. It is believed that
Admiral Brown and oithor General
Scholiold or Captain Howison of tho
navy will be JJlotint s colleagues.
Mrs. Blount will accompany hor
The ("MirrtnifOn of vostortlnv savs
there is little doubt that tho revenue
cutter Richard Rush, thou being
hurriedly prepared for sea, is to
tako the commission to Honolulu.
To-day's Daily Report has a re
port, however, that arrangements
have boon made to have tho Pacific
Mail S. S. Rio do Jauoiro, leaving
for Chiua on tho 23d, call at Hono
lulu. In this way tho commission
could reach tho islands a week
earlier than by tho next stoamor for
Tho proposition to send a United
States commission to tho islands
and tako a vote of tho people is
looked upon with favor by Mr. Da
vios. Ho is reported as saying: "Of
11,000 votes on tho islands, 10,000
are averse to annexation, and I don't
seo, under tho circumstances, how
tho United States can tako such a
Dr. Smith, Hawaiian Minister,
does not favor tho commission. Ho
thinks tho information furnished by
Minister Stevens should bo as valua
ble to this administration as to the
last. A native government, ho said,
was simply impossible henceforth in
tho faco of all that had occurred.
Ho could not seo what Kaiulani,
"tho poor child," wanted. She could
not assume tho throne, lor hor aunt
had not yet abdicated.
MINISTER STEVENS DENOUNCED.
Under tho heading, "A Case for
Recall," the New York "World has
the following article:
"Minister Stevens is running tho
affairs of Hawaii with a high baud.
An editor has been arrested under
his protectorate for criticising tho
provisional Government, which is
sustained bv an armed force of
"It would bo well for our State
Department to put a bit in the
mouth of this champing and foam
ing charger as soon as possible The
latest despatches report hini as as
serting that the sontiment in this
country is "practically unanimous in
favor of annexation," and that tho
change in Administration will not
check tho movement.
'Meanwhile it will-be well for tho
Administration to consider upon
what principle of international law
Mr. Stevens acted when ho declared
'a protectorate' over tho islands
and had tho United States llag hoist
ed over the public buildings of their
capital city. Thero is not a sen
tence in any writer on international
law, from Grotius to tho present
day, that justifies such conduct; and
whatever may uajj boon ttio am
bition of Mr. Harrison and Minister
Stevens to establish a new code, it is
not likely that Mr. Clevejaud Will
undertake to uomJLUrt!ieir self-appointed
"The principle of justice is uni
versal, and tho humblest nation is
entitled to the protection it should
afford, as well as the greatest. This
business of bullying small and weak
powers should find no toleration
among a bravo and powerful people.
To sustain Mr. Stevens and ratify
tho present treaty would bo to sanc
tion filibustering and conspiracy by
would stoy. Thotr want of "ofllcial
standing was a dilllculty.
Frionds of annexation feared
Clovoland would tako a wild whim
in his hoad and do soinothing bold
and aggressive that will bo calculat
ed to Knock annexation into a cock
ed hat. It need surpriso no ono a
despatch says, if Kaiulani's girlish
plea will enlist his sympathy and ho
ordors that tho Queuu uo reinstated
on tho throne.
President and Mrs. Clovoland ac
corded a special reception to Prin
cess Kaiulani on tho 13th. Mr. and
Mrs. Theo. H. Dnvies, their daughter
and a lady friend accompanied the
Princess. Tho call was entirely of a
social nature and lasted probably a
quarter of an hour. The visitors
were charmed with the cordiality of
their reception. Princess Kaiulani
subsequently said Mrs. Clovoland
was tho only woman she over foil in
Messrs. Dnvies and Neumann call
ed on Secretary Groshani later in
ALLEGED CONCESSION BY NEUMANN.
Paul Neumann is reported as say
ing ho believed the treaty would be
amended by tho Souato and ratified.
"How," ho was asked, "will tho
sugar bounty bo eliminated?"
"WI13', tho sugar bounty is not in
cluded," nusworod Mr. Neumann.
"On behalf of tho Queen I shall
make no opposition to tho treaty in
case sho is permitted to retain tho
crown lands, which I claim aro her
THE TREATY WITHDRAWN.
President Cleveland on the 9th
sent to tho Senate a message with
drawing tho Hawaiian treaty which
has been ponding before the Senate.
Tho message was short, simply re
questing tho Senate to transmit to
tho Executive tho proposed treaty
with Hawaii. Tho mossago was ro
coivod without comment on the floor
of the Senate.
It had boon expected that Clovo
land would tako somo stops in the
matter before long, but it was not
expected that ho would so quickly
undo tho work of his predecessor.
Tho Republican Senators regard
this action as in lino with the course
pursued h' Cleveland in withdraw
ing tho Nicaraguan treaty sent to
tho Sonato by Arthur in the closing
days of his Administration. The
Democratic Senators look upon tho
Act from a twofold point of view,
somo taking the ground that it
bhows Cleveland is against annexa
tion or American domination of any
sort in the Hawaiian Islands, while
others hold that ho will send in
another treaty more to his liking.
It was given out several days ago
that tho new Administration would
not act in tho Hawaiian matter until
moro was known as to tho situation,
lint it was supposed that matters
would bo left as they were until that
knowledge had been gained, and
that tho Sonato would, in tho mean
time, postpone action 011 the treaty.
Tho withdrawal of the treaty
takes tho matter out of tho hands of
The Commissioners of tho Provi
sional Governmoiit are greatly de
jected over tho condition of things.
When they reached AVashington
they wore led to believe that their
proposal of annexation would bo
quickly accepted. Now thoy aro
forced to confess that the action of
tho United States, oven if it be an
nexation, will bo delayed far beyond
the time that they had calculated
KAIl'I.A.M AIIMVJM AT Till: (UriTAL.
Princess Kaiulani and party arriv
ed at Washington on tho Htli. Thoy
repaired to apait incuts prepared for
tliuiu at tho Arlington Hotel. Mr.
Davioa did not know how long they
Tho Marvland Court of Appeals
has decided that tho singlo-tax sys
tem is unconstitutional, inasmuch as
it conflicts with tho bill of rights,
which provides that all classos of
property aro subject to taxation.
A. P. Sturtovant, a wealthy cotton
manufacturer, died at Norwich,
Conn., on tho 14th.
Clovoland and Cabinet have de
cided it would be unwise to call the
now Congress immediately.
THAT PARTY OF CONGRESSMEN TO VISIT
Assistant Sorgoant-at-Arms Felix
McCloskoy of tho national House of
Representatives is in Now York to
complete traffic arrangements for a
part1 which proposes to visit Hawaii
in Ma'. In this party, Mr. McClos
koy said, would bo seven United
States Souatcfrs and seventeen Con
gressmen, who have tho trip in view
simply tor sightseeing ana pleasure.
OAriTAL OF CALIFORNIA CHANGED.
A resolution in favor of changing
tho State capital from Sacramento
to San Jose was rushed through
both houses of the California Legis
lature. This action was taken in re
taliation for an article in the Sacra
mento Bee, which questioned tho
value of the work done at tho se&
siou iust closintr, as well as com
mented on the frisky lives led by
somo of tho members while in the
GREAT FIRE IN BOSTON.
One of tho most destructive fires
in the history of Boston broke out
at 1 p.m., March 10. Before it was
got under control, three hours lator,
it had burned over a quarter of a
square, reducing to ashes several
magnificent now buildings recently
completed on the territory burned
over loss than three and a half years
ago. Tho flames started at the cor
ner of Essex and Lincoln streets.
At least throe lives wore lost in tho
fire, nnd tweuty to thirty injured,
many of them being firemen. The
loss is placed at $1,500,000.
Saudgato, England, was wrecked
by an earthquake tho night of tho
1th. The site of tho town sank sov
oral foot. Two hundred houses
wore destroyed. No lis-os wore lost.
Rooms to lot with board at Ilani
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumbor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumbor Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone G82.
Mechanics' Home, 59 and 61 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and S1.25 a week.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C. A.
The Hon. J. W. Fennimorc is the
Sheriff of Kent Co., Del., and lives
at Dover, the County Seat and Cap
ital of the State. The sheriff is a
gentleman fifty-nine years of age,
nnd this is whut he says : "I have
" used your August Flower for sev
" erul years in my family and for my
" own use, and found it does me
" more good than any other remedy.
" I have been troubled with what I
" call Sick Headache. A pain comes
" in the back part of my head first,
" aud then soon n general headache
"until I become sick and vomit.
" At times, too, I have a fullness
" after eating, a pressure after eating
"at the pit of the stomach, and
" sourness, when food seemed to rise
" up in my throat and mouth. When
' ' I feel this coming on if I take a
" little August Flower it relieves
" me, and is the best remedy I have
" ever taken for it. For this reason
"I take it and recommend it to
" others as a great remedy for Dys
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
By Lewis J. Levey.
Oornor Fort So Hotel Streets.
(3- JEl -A. 1ST ID
t Opening of Spring Goods !
EN " AUSTRALIA" AND "0. 1). BRYANT" 1 HAVE RECEIVED
117 Oases of lew &oofls
Personally tolcelt'd which are now opened out mid an Inspection
of which is Invited.
-FOR TELTS WEEK
Three Great Specialties!
A Handsome I.ino of Now Deigns in
AUCTION SALE OF
On FRIDAY, March 24th,
AT 11 O'01.0(JK A. M
T will null nt. Public. Auction, at mv Sales
rooms, a Choice Collection of Plants and
Trees just arrived from Japan ex S. S.
"Mike Mam," consisting of
MAGNOLIAS, 9 Varieties;
AZALEAS, 10 Varieties;
White Crape Myrtle, Caniclia, Palms,
Cinnamon A: Camphor Trees,
Oranges, Giant Lonots, Walnuts,
Tea Plants & Seed, Etc., Etc.
Also, assorted varieties of
Choice Cocoanuts from Samoa
Already sprouted; and a
VERY KliKGANT MODERN
B. W. Bed Lounge in Silk
Rosewood Grand Piano.
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers !
Lewis J. Levey,
"P. O. i!ox J5."
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
"Mr. Paino's Kailroad."
A Bulletin representatives Haw the
manager of tho Tramway Co. in re
ference to an alleged dismissal of an
employee mentioned in this morn
ing's Advertiser, Mr. Paine did not
intend to notice the tattle of dis
missed men "padded" and dished up
to suit those predisposed to annex
ation bait; but a visit to Mr. Paino
and investigation by an Advertiser
man might satisfy his curiosity as to
where and how and when tho "an
nexation" part of tho business crept
To Aid Kawaiahrto Seminary.
A concert will bo givon Saturday
evening next, 25th inst., at Kawaia
hao church, in aid of Kawaiahao
Female Sominary, at which besides
local talent the Kamehamoha Glee
Clubaud Kawaiahao Seminary pupils
will tako part.
"The pooplo of this vicinity insist
on having Chamberlain's Cough
Ueniody and do not want any other,"
says John V. Bishop, of Portland
.Mills, Indiana. That is right. They
know it to be superior to any other
for colds, aud a a preventive and
cure for croup, and wliy should thoy
not iusiht upon having it. 51) cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents for tho Ha
V'Yiitf Job Printing at tht Jlullttln Ojfice
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE A BTEAMSHM1
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FUU TJIK A1KIVR TOUT ON
Tho undprHinnud are now nrunaivd
IsHiii) Through Tlokots from tills dty to all
lUintH in tho United btutLM,
Kor further jiurtimilars rogurillni; Kiultjlit
or I'usbago apfily to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
G81-()t (liiiioral AunH,
tjhot (Inn. Addns
"N.," this olllce.
A IIOIIBE, I1UAKK AND
X Hiuiii'x. All ill (jooi
Apply ut tills
l . S572?T3
Wo want to cull the attention
of our patrons to a novelty which,
from the favor it has been re
ceived with, we believe has come
to stay and become an intlispen
sible article of gent's furnishing.
A glance at the cut above will
show at once the superiority of
"oods made in this manner over
those heretofore in vogue.
Si'kiven's Patent Elastic
Seam Duawehs are provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Tnseution at tho
inner and outer seams, which
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in lit. The drawers are
cut in figure outlines and afford
tho wearer all the advantages of
lcnil goods, while retaining the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
The Patent Elastic Seam,
which contains no mnntrcit, re
tains its springiness and wears
longer than the other portion of
the garment. Tt makes the
drawers conform to tho position
of the wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter .what attitude
the body assumes.
It will also be found that these
Patent Elastic oeam Drawers onnbie.
are equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow the
greatest freedom and ease of
motion. Jn the position as
sumed in the cut, not the least
tension is produced on the inuin
portion of the goods, while the
elastic scums allow the transfor
mation of the figure as seen in
the position, which would be im
possible in others without pro
ducing great strain on the goods
and friction upon the person.
We have now a complete stock
of these goods in all sizes, and
can recommend those made of
the material known as "Jean"
to be the coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
They say that thero is "noth
ing new under the sun," but the
fellow who said that was all
wrong. He forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they're always mak
ing something new in that line.
The latest yet, wo have just
received samples of, from tho
manufacturers. It consists of
Gauze, Balbriggan, or Silk Un
der Garments -with WOOL skill
fully woven into tho breast and
back to protect the most vital
parts of tho bodv from cold or
chill. To the many people who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of tho irritation some
times felt, these goods will be a
groat boon, as, while they will
have the advantage of woaring
cotton fabric, the lungs and
back will have a nice warm cov
ering of wool. From tho many
sontimonls of approval wo have
heard regarding these goods wo
icliovo tlioni to bo a good thing
for our cMmiiUt, and have placed
our orders for a full stock,
which will be on sale in about
To any person desiring (o seo
the wimples which wo have wo
will bo iikutM'd to show thum.
A Handsome Lino of Now J)o!nns in
FANCY SATEENS, 811 APED SILK. EFFECTS
The Latest Cloth in
WASH MATERIAL (0UALLY EFFECTS
S. EHRLIOH, ,
Corner Fort aud tfotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. I.
THEO. H. DAYIES 8c CO.
IMPORTS Ex " TK.JlSrSIT "
Hay, Rolled Barley, Oats, Bran, fine and coarse; Middlings,
WHEAT, WHOLE A- CRACKED CORN.
G-OLDEN GATE & WHITE LILY FLOUR,
..... n..r.. ... i.
i.inny'.s ki. v. iv i nipped jh-ci.
Uavo Deans, Rbl. Salmon,
Knirlo Milk. Lihhv'
UDhy's jiuni'li Jongue, uinienooii's i'lenio Lousier,
it. it. it. Jloncd Ohioken, Vienna Satwigu, Oysters, Olanin,
"Ynm-Yuiii" Corn, "Lion" Com,
Log Caliin Maple. Syrup, Royal Raking Powder.
Cal. French Prunes, Dried Apples, Evaporated Apples,
Dried Peaches, Dried Apricot, Almond, Walnuts.
Rail-infill Whole, J.J and ', Ilo.xes; Morgan'. Sapollo, l'enrliiiu,
Riiiig"Sun Stovu l'olish, Mason' Rlaeking,
Candles, Table Salt, Coll'ee in Tins it Paper..
Medium, Saloon Piiot, Soda, Assorted & Other Fancy Crackers.
INCLUDING A VARIED ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL GROCERIES.
New Zealand Potatoes & Onions, Received Ex "Alameda"
(i7S LARUE SUPPLY OF FEED STUFFS ALWAYS IN STOCK. lm
To Let or Louso.
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
BOOMS TO LET.
rpWO NICELY FUR
JL nished Rooms at No.
Cordon Lane, very ren-
A TWO ROOMED FUR
rl nished Cottage on
At Prices to Suit the Times.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE ,, ajv;-
rooms, on Magazine, jfAViViH-rsS
street, with ISuthroom, pat- fEEii lfiii&
ent W. 0., ete. Commands l!&ig2B
one of the tlnest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J.M. VIVAS.
ONE RLOOK FROM HE
retania street ear.s, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tage of Six Room., Large
Lot. Stable and Clni'ken House.
E. It. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s storo.
A NICE COTTAGE ON
lieretania street, near
Piikoi street, containing
Parlor, '2 lledrooms, Rath
room. Dininirroom. Pantrv
Servant's room. Carriuuo House, Btoble, etc.
Tranieais pass every UO minutes. Apply at
ollleo of this paper. 45S-tf
TO LET OB LEASE
X and "Well-appointed
Two-itorv Hriek Building
with Pleasant Grounds.
formerly the residence of the late H. J.
Hart, situate on Nuuanu Avenue below
School street. Terms easy. C23-tf
NOTE Befoio seeking or closing bar
gain elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, ami to at onco consult the under
signed at their ofiico.
jt'.SP-We keep property in first-class con
dition. Our terms are moderate and as
landlords wo will always he found reason
able in our dealings.
Iff- Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
'Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
nrHE COTTAGE AT NO,
X li'iS King street, lately
in11 fl .i t i si n I I lniAifniiinr ofif
occupied by Mr. M.S. Levy, fflitVHiE ""' "i"""- -"" " --
(iontainingll Bedroom, Par-Sdi3SSSS (IOCS (tlontj 111 the CVen IctlOV OJ lis
mVwIVSIC. i way despite all opposition. Every
For particulars and tei m, applv to j Jal, we m somebodu cither with a
ABR. FERNANDEZ, . ,i , t me i
013-tf at E. o. Hall k. Sons', piur of hyeylasscs for zoo,, and
once in a wliile we get as high as
Executor's Notice to Creditors. 2,00. We can't go higher be
cause that is the best pair of vrys-
1N THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
Flit Ciicuit. In Probate. In the mat
ter of tile A'ill of Maria O'Sullivan, de
ceased. The undersigned give notice that
ho ha been appointed Executor of tho
last Will and Testament of Maria O'Kulli-
,.... ..t 11 1.. I.. . I. ......,....! .itwl I.,.
.till, IHIU Ol JllFJlWINIU, ii!mi-rii ...ii. tiu
leiebv notifies all Creditors of said .Maria
O'Sullivan to liruscut their rpuctlvu
tli proper vouchor,
to him, at tho store of E. (). Hull A him. In
claims duly vorlf
Honolulu, within six mouth fiom
date, or thov will be forever barred.
Executor of the Will of Miuiii O'SilllIvnii,
Dated till UOth duv of March, 1B1H.
ELECTION OF OFEIOEBS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETlS'ii OFTIIE
Sloekholdcrs of the luter-lshiml
Steam Navigation Co., (LM), hold this
day, the following Ollicers and Directors
wmu elected for thu ensuing jc.ir:
All kind (i Comvirrviul J'rintlmj
promptly executed itt low raten ut (C
.1. Eua . .
W. II. McLean
.1. L. MoLo.iu
T. W. Ilobiou
hii.miii id iiiiii;t"irmi
W. H. (lodfiov, .1. Emi, (I. N. Vlli-u,
W. O. biullli, F. A. Si'liawfor.
W. 11. MrLIIAN,
Seciclary 1. I, IS. N. l'u.
Honolulu, II. I., March 21, 1MH.
executed ut the
miithj uml promptly
tals yon can buy and why pay
more? The reason is that we do
not 'need any xpecial two weeks'
xtitdi of the question because our
instrument, the EYEMETER, is
so simple that its test is absolute.
Jhcxit'l Dialler if your eyes are
myopic, astigmatic or any other
itl'lic, that instrument yets there
Tollol Soup. Hair .t Cloth Brushes,
Croiiliel Sets, Lawn Tennis Supplies
Hollars ft diii .jl up, Banjo, Violins,
i Sewing Machines
1 On the Instalment Plan, also For Rent
A large supply of Popular Novels,
A null assorted stock of Bound Itonks,
to suil all ages at publishers' rales.
(Jluldrou'a Books from 5o. up,
Sets Uawaliau Stamps $1.75 & $4.00,
Sheet Music Ordered by Every Steamer.