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Government Lands in Kuaia nnd
Knhoahunn, N. Hilo, Hawaii.
On THURSDAY, March 30, 1S93. nt 12
o'clock noon, nt tho front entrance of A1II
olnni Hale, wilt bo sold nt Public Auction
Pour (4) Sections of Land In Ktinlnuml
Knhonhnnn, N. llilo, Hawaii, ns follows:
8cctlon 1 Contnlnlng iiu nrua of 311.2
Acres. Upset price $100.
Section 2 Containing an area of 37.7
Acres. Upset price $180.
Hectlou 3 Containing an area of -10.4S
Acres. Unset prleo t'206.
Section I Containing an area of 0.05
Acres. Upset price $15.
It Is conditioned that the purchaser of
the ubovo Lots shall pay the cost of survey
nnd plotting of same. Full Information In
this regard can bo obtained upon applica
tion to the Land Otllce, interior Depart
ment. J. A. KING, ,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Interior Ofllce, Feb. ft!, 18U3.
Government Land in
On THURSDAY, March 30, lSWI, ut 12
o'clock noon, at the front outrunco of Alii
olnnl Hale, will be sold at Public Auction,
310 2-10 Acres of Hush and Woodland about
yk miles above main road in the District
of North Hilo, Hawaii.
The Government reserves tho llight-of-AVay
for a road through this Land.
It is conditioned that the purchaser of
tho above land shall pa coit of survey and
plotting of .same. Full information in tins
regard can bo obtained upon application to
the Land Otllce, Inteiior Department.
Upset price $310.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olhco, Feb. Al, lSO.t.
SALE OF LEASE
Of a Government Land
On MONDAY, April 3, ISM, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of Alilolaui
Hale, will bo sold at Public Auction, tho
Lease of a portion of the Government Land
of Kuapoko, mukai of the Government
road in Hilo, Hawaii, containing an area
of 15 Acres a little more or less.
Term Lease for 15 years.
Upset price $tO per annum, paable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofllce, Match 3, 1603.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 18113, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any one.
Registration on O.ihu shall be made at
the Interior Ollice.
On the otliei Islands it shall be done at
the Ollie s of tho several Sheriils.
G. N. WILCOX.
Minister of the Interior.
lnicrtor Office, Dec. 2, 1802. b&-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Rates, are hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 4 to 0 o'clock p. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WH1TK,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. X. Wiuox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. .", K-1U.
1 lSo HISMKM llOL'-V, )
' Honolulu, March 20, lhO'i. f
Notice Is hereby given that .
WILLIAM FOSTER, Esq.,
HON. ALBERT FRANCIS JUDD and
CECIL BROWN, Est.,
have been appointed Commis-ioners for
tho purpose of Revising and Codifying the
Penal Laws of tho Hawaiiun Islands in
accordance with tho provisions of an Act
of the Hawaiian Legislature upproved
Auk. 0, 1802, providing therefor.
(J70 3t-13 1t
OoVritNMINT HoUnK, 1
Ho.mjlumj, March 20, IS!) I.
Notice is hereby given that His I2xcel
THKODORi: 0. PORTER
has been appointed a Commissioner of
Crown Lands of the Hawaiian Inlands,
vice Mr. P. C. Jones, resigned.
The Board now consists of J. A. King,
T. 0. Porter and 0. P. Iaukeu.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledied to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut liHtublhhed for the Henefit of All.
THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1893.
What a tremendous stroke of on
torpriso! To put iu typo a fow inches
of cuttings from San Francisco
papers, a nowsless despatch from
Commissioner Thurston, and bomo
vacant remarks from Commissioner
Marsden to conceal his disappointed
feelings, and all this in three hours
by tho clock after tho steamer's ar
rivall A public collection should lie
takeu for a tin trumpet as a testi
monial to tho champion "journal
ists." Tho Now Yoik Post neatly liitsoir
tho sorcory bugaboo with which
Kov. Sureuo 1C. lilsliop tried to scare
the good people of tho United States
into annexation fever, first iu that
same journal's columns. It is a won
der Mr. Thurston had not the
uhrowdnoHM to sou that his sugar
argument was a confirmation of tho
earliest nnd strongest criticisms in
tho American press against tho revo
lution. Bond tho Post's short article
in this paper.
Tho Advertiser is sighing for an
evoniug paper that will givo "tho
nows without fear or favor." Sup
pose it try to (ill such a want in tho
morning. Such a paper would not i
givo a report of tho most sonsation-1
nl local event of tho day, four-fifths
of which is cut from a Sau Francisco
paper. Neither would it say oight
hours after the event that a man
taken into safo custody had dis
appeared and not been found. It
would not, out of spite, either, men
tion tho most popular event of tho
evening and conceal tho idontity of
its authors, because it had previously
without the slightest provocation
vulgarly maligned them. Nor wotdd
such a paper ascribe u political mo
tivo for tho dismissal of a thief from
private employment, when it could
havo ascertained tho real cause, and
seon tho proofs in black and white,
for the asking.
Tho Advertiser pro libra n flippant
retraction, in an obscuro corner of
its dreary space, of. tho dastardly
lies it manufactured about Japanese
ollicers of high rank and station.
Nothing loss than an humble apol
ogy in tho most prominent position
would have been expected from
gentlemen for such a flagrant breach
of decent manners committed, wo
should charitably assuino were it
not for tho frequency of similar vile
conduct in tho same quarter, with
out tho cognizance of tho owners of
the paper in question. Papers all
over the United States are indig
nantly commenting on tho ill-mannered
treatment of tho retired
Queen in connection with the Yiltso
ball. Tho offense was aggravated
by repetition in tho Advertiser.
That paper and its party can now
have tho satisfaction of knowing
that tho insult referred to has had
no small influence in creating the
revulsion against tho whole annexa
tion scheme which is growing
throughout tho United States.
Proceedings Before the Supreme
Court Matters m Circuit Cham
bers. Reporter Is tho Court adjourned,
Otlicer Fohlbohr Till 10 o'clock
K. Then I can't get any justice
O. F. (emphatically) No, sir!
Up till recess to-day tho business
before tho Stmrumo Court since last
previous, report was as follows:
Kwoug Sing Wai Co. vs. D. V.
1'ae, trespass on case; exceptions
from January term Fourth Circuit.
Ashford for plaintiff; Kano for clo-fendaut-appellant.
Struck from tho
E. O. Hall & Son vs. Wilder Steam
ship Co., qur&tions reserved. Hart
well for plaintiiF; Hatch for dofond
ant. Gonsalves &z Co. vs. the same, the
same questions and same counsel.
Van Valkonburg vs. the same, tho
same questions and same counsel.
Pow Keo vs. Wilder Steamship
Co., damage; exceptions from Octo
ber term, First Circuit. Hartwoll
for plaintiff-appellant; Hatch for
These foregoing four cases woro
argued and submitted, Circuit Judge
Cooper taking tho place of Chief
Justice Judd on the bench, owing
to tho lattor's interest with tho
T. L. Huyselden vs. Wahineaoa,
ejectment; appeal from order over
ruling motion for a now trial. Ash
ford for plaintiff-appellant; Nawahi
for defendant. Submitted without
Kawai K. George vs. Hauakaulani
Holt, ejectment; exceptions from
February term First Circuit. Hart
woll for plaintiff; Rosa for defendant-appellant.
Argued and sub
mitted. Judgo Coopor in Circuit Court
chambers yesterday heard tho peti
tion of John W. and Frank L. Win
tor for probate of will of their late
father, John S. Winter, and for thoir
appointment as administrators. The
Court ordered tho will admitted to
probate, and that letters of adminis
tration with tho will annexed issue
to John W. Winter tindor .$1000
Tho rules of practice formulated
by tho Judges of tho First Circuit
Court havo been posted up, in proof
sheots, at tho out ranee to the Judi
ciary Clerk's oflico. Lawyers aro
requested to suggest such changes
and modifications us thoy deem ad
visable. Tho sheots aro marked iu
several places with suggestions from
members of the bar.
A Firemen's Team.
The firomen of the steamer Aus
tralia will challenge the winning
team iu the tug-of-wur tournament.
Thoy are all big follows and thoir
names are as follows:
John Mantou, anchor; James
Keoly, Joe Kirko, James Mnloney,
John Finnigan, John Jhogan, Mi
In saying that Hood's Sarsaparilla
cures, its proprietors make no idle
or extravagant claim. Statements
from thousands of reliable people of
what Hood's .Sarsaparilla lias done
for thorn, conclusively nrovo the fact
Hood's Samupurillu Chios.
Hood's l'lllb act especially upon
the li or, rousing it from torpidity
toils natural duties, cure constipa
tion and ussiht digestion,
A Vast Concourso Hoar and Ohoor
tho First Ooncort of tho Hawai
ian National Band.
Long boforo tho opening of tho
first public concort by tho Hawaiian
National Band Inst night, nil tho
streets loadiim to tho Hawaiian
Hotel wore swnrmiug with pcoplo of
nil nationalities on their way to tho
Whon the banusnion took
thoir places in tho Moorish pavilion,
P.11. hlazing with colored electric
lights, thoy were loudly cheered. At
tho opening of tho concert thoro
was a concourso of livo thousand
people iti and about tho Hotel area.
The vorandas of (ho building woro
crowded with foreign visitors and
residents. On tho lawn tho pcoplo
stood in a packed mass over all tho
available standing ground. Kiehards
and Hotel streets, lespeetivolv flank
ing and fronting tho Hotel, woro
also densely thronged.
Everybody oxpeeted a long-missed
musical treat from tho votorans of
tho disbanded Royal Hawaiian Band
composing tho now organization.
Tho expectation was based not onlv
upon tno Known capacity ol tho
musicians, but upon tho reputed lino
quality of tho splendid Belgian in
struments, specially imported for tho
Hawaiian National Baud by Mr. W.
F. Reynolds, proprietor of tho Gol
den Rule Bazaar. There was danger
of disappointment in reality from
oxeossivoly high anticipation. Tho
result proved that tho expectation
did not oven reach tho realization.
In fact, tho "boys," as thoy have
commonly been called, outdid thoir
far-famed reputation, earned in all
tho years that thoy havo been play
ing for the people its well as for the
Tho instruments proved to possess
remarkably iino tones strength
without harshness, sweetness, sur
passing anything heard horo before,
in the utterance of delicate passages.
Iu thoir singing as well as their
playing tho boys added new claims
to tho public regard. Thoy woro as
sisted in tho vocal selections by tho
tuneful Quintet club. As this was a
notable event in tho musical annals
of Honolulu, tho program is horo
given for preservation with this ro
port: TAUT I.
March Ola Hon, new Libornio
Kintasio Una Soheo a Monaco, new
Walt Noisette, new Andrew
Oveiture William Toll, new Rossini
Song' Aloha Oe. Lei Ohaoha. Lively
Mikahal.i. Hooma-u. Red and
Blue. Aloha Aiua.
Air Romantic, new Thornton
Polka Baden itz Trumpeter, new...
Mazurka Hawaiian National Band .
tn, .!... !" Kaiulani Libornio
naicliLt JIai po,Iln 0(, Ia,u U)0rni0
Star Spangled Banner.
God have the Queen.
While tho playing in concert was
up to high water mark, tho solos
woro particularly delightful, ltos-
sini's overture, "William Toll," was
, played lor tho first time in Hono-i-hilv,
it is said. Leader Libornio
reudeied its solo on tho saxophoii.
w;th beautiful effect. Among tho
vocal eilbrts was ono to a hula
melody, which recited in Hawaiian
warm national sentiments fitted to
tho present situation. It was what
tho magnanimous morning murmtir
er would call, if it deigned or (hired
to report the "news" of a really popu
lar occasion, a "black Hag" song. It
was half-past ten o'clock when tho
concort closed with tho Ahiorican,
British, Japanese and Hawaiian na
tional anthems. Upon every hand,
amidst the dispersing, throngs, woro
hoard the most enthusiastic praise
of tho debut of tho Hawaiian Na
Hawaii and Portugal Tie for First
The tug-of-war matches at tho
Borotania street Armory j'oslerday
evening was not as largoly attended
as tho previous night. The contests
woro short, sharp and decisive. Ha
waii and America mot in tho initial
pull, when tho Americans met their
Waterloo in just four minutes.
Weight told on tho Amorican team
and onco tho hemp began to move
it kept moving.
At 8:1!) Japan and Germany
mounted tho platform and tho re
feree's popgun went off. Tho Jups
hold tho Teutons down for half a
minute, wheu the rope began to slip
through their hands, and, just '2k
minutes from the start, tho libboii
crossed tho six-foot limit. Victory
for Gertnuiry. Tho Japs were so
surprised that thoy did not seem to
realize how it was done.
Tho Portuguese and English teams
contested tho next pull. Tho Bri
tous had ovidontly been practicing
outside on something other than
cordage. Portugal had two now
men. At 8:32 a start was made and
slowly but biiroly the ribbon traveled
toward Portugal. As early as 8:37
its course was run. Victory for
Portugal. Time, f minuted.
now Tiir.v STAND.
Won. Lost. Pulled.
Threo days is it very short time in
which to euro a bad case of rheu
matism; but it can be done, if the
nropor tieatmont is adopted, as will
bo t-een by tho following from James
Lambert, of Now Brunswick. Ills:
"I was badly allliotcd with rheuma
tism iu the hips and legs, when I
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. It cured mo iu tlueo
days. I am all ii;dit to-day: ami
would insist on eery one who is
alllicted with (hat terrible disease to
use Chamberlain's Pain Halm and get
well at once." fit) cent bottles for
sale by all dealers, Benson, Smith
A: Co., agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
BOMBSHELL FOUND. !
Under a Gorman's Houbo Below
A German named Looning, living
1k1ow Smith's bridge, called at tho
Polico Stntiou this morning with a
ffilXuio'rdlnuidtra,""6 d' fl one plantation
undornoath tho house under his bed
room, and was of tho bohof that
some enemy was conspiring to blow
him up. Ho loft tho shell at tho
It was rusty and had ovidontly
boon lying in water some time. The
shell looked so dangerous that a
tag was put on it to keep ovor
curious persons from nionkoying
If tho death-dealing pioco of am
munition had been placed under
Looning's house 1)3' an enemy, tho
fellow would likely havo taken but
ono risk of boing caught, and sot olT
the fuse when ho deposited tho
Sond a Now Miniator to Hawaii.
Ono of tho first appointments of
President Cleveland should bo a
Minister to Hawaii to suporsodo Mr.
John L. Stevens.
Our diplomatic annals do not
show a more extraordinary or un
warranted course on tho part of an
Amorican Minister in a foreign coun
try than that pursued by our ropfo
sontativo at Honolulu in this annex
It is well settled that in cao of
revolution the attitude of a diplo
matic representative must bo ono of
strict neutrality, and that tho United
states unvai lorcos can no jauueu
and used onlv for tho protection, in
case of necessity, of tho liv.s and
pronertv of law abidimr, non-partici
pating American citizens.
Yet tho deposed Queen of Hawaii
has formally protested that she
j'iolded not to tho'rovolutionists but
to tho power of tho United States,
and, unfortunately, thoro is much to
give color to that complaint. Thoro
is no dispute that Minister Stevens
proclaimed a protectorate in tho
name of the United States and sui'
ported it by naval force. How ex
traordinary and unwarranted this
proceeding was may bo inferred from
tho fact that not even the 1'iesidont
himself has tho constitutional
authority to do such a tiling.
Tho course of Minister Stevens
calls for prompt and omphalic dis
approval from tho new administra
tion. Xew York Herald.
For children a mcdl
A Cough cjue should be abso-
and Croup Uurjy relifa,ble;, fA
mother must be able to
Medicine, piu her faith to it as to
her Bible. It must
contain nothing violent, uncertain,
or dangerous. It must be standard
in material and manufacture. It
must be plain and simple to admin
ister; easy and pleasant to take.
The child must like it. It must be
piompt iu action, giving immedi
ate relief, as childrens' troubles
come quick, grow fast, and end
fatally or otherwise iu a very short
time. It must not ouly relieve quick
but bring them around quick, as
children chafe and fret and spoil
their constitutions under long con
finement. It must do its work in
moderate doses. A large quantity
of medicine in a child is not desira
ble. It must not interfere with the
child's spirits, appetite or general
health. Tht-e tilings suit old as
well as young folks, and make Bo
schee's Geinmn Syrup the favorite
familv med'citte. a
By Lewis J. Levey.
AUCTION SALE OF
On FRIDAY, March 24th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M..
I will sell ut l'nlilic Auction, nt my Sales
rooms, a Choice Collection of I'lunW mill
Trees jnit univdil from .lupiin ex 8. H.
"Jliku Muni," viiiisUthii; of
MAGNOLIAS, 9 Varieties;
AZALEAS, 10 Varieties;
White Cruno Myrtle, Cutnellns, l'ulnis,
Cinnamon k ('.lniplior Trees,
Oranges, (Hunt LoquOtH, Walnuts,
Tea Plants & Seed, Etc., Etc.
Albo, assorted varieties of
Choice Cocoanuts from Samoa
Alrenily sprouted; and a
YKltY r.bKOANT MODKHN
B. W. Bed Lounge in Silk
Rosewood Grand Piano.
Le-wis J". Levey, "
The Daily Jlullelin in delivered by
currier (or CO citnt ptr month.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'l
Saturday, March 18, 1S93.
An order for ten plows in
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 fl iated
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 oil level
stretches but not on up-hill-and
down-dale places. The
Gazelle three-wheeler is con
sidered the best of these, best
.,, r;ta ., ,i ..
because of its many good qua
i;t;s anj 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-
one beintr 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
the 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
Las 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
ly'ans, 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
Opposite hpreuKeU' Jllocl;,
Corner Iort Sc
zz Gr IR, JL. 1ST 3D
Opening of Spring Goods !
KX "AUSTRALIA" AND "0. 1). imtANr" 1 IIAVK RKCMVKD
117 Cam of Mew Kootts
Personally selected which are now opened out and an inspection
of which is invited.
-FOR THIS WEEK-
A Handsome Line of New l)uti;ni Iu
kanoy satki:nh, shapki) sii.k ni.TKcrs rtr- .u
The titest Cloth In
WASH MATERIAL (C1IAI.IA III'ri'.CTS &&- At
INDIA DRAPKRIKS, :!ii-lN('ll WIDL Sf- At
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
THEO. I-I. DA VIES & CO.
IMPORTS E2C " TK.-A.KTSIT
-JXJ3T LlAJNTDEID -
Hay, Rolled Barley, Oats, Bran, line and coarse; Middlings,
WIIKAT, WIIOI.K A- MtACKi:i) COIIX.
GOLDEN G-ATE & WHITE LILY FLOUR,
Havo Iieaii'-, lllil. Salmon, Full luniks' Laid, Whitney's lluttcr,
r.aple Milk, Ul.lij's O. 0. .v Chipped lleef, '
I.iltln's l.uneh Tonnne, Underwood's l'iuuiu Lobsters,
1!. iV.. It. Honed Chicken, Vienna Saut-age, Oyster.-), Clnnis,
"Ynni-Vnin" t'orn, "I.ion" Corn,
Log Cabin Jlaple Syrup, Koyal Baking Powder.
Cal. French Prunes, Dried Apples, Evaporated Apples,
Oiied I'eaehes, Uric d Apricots, Almonds, 'Walnuts,
1'aNin-in Whole, V. and ', Boxes! Morgan's Sapolio, Veailino,
l!iMng Sun Ktovo Polish, Mason's Blacking,
Candles, Table Halt, Oollee in Tins ,t Papers.
Medium, Saloon Pilot, Soda, Assorted & Other Fancy Crackers.
INCLUDING A VARIED ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL GROCERIES.
New Zealand Potatoes & Onions, Received Ex "Alameda"
(17HJ LA1U5K SUPPLY OF FBM) STUFFS ATAVAYS IN STOCK. lm
To Let or Lonso.
BOOMS TO LET,
rpWO XICFLY FUK
JL nished ltoouis at No.
4 Garden Lauu, very lca
A TWO KOOMKI) FU1!
nished Cottage on
Dniina Scpiaie. Apply to
"P. O. Box Z." U7f-tf
y i;w jiuusi; ox-' kivk a p
1 looms, on Magazine Y'.'-;.v-i5
reet with Bnthtoom, pat- M OET
it W. 0.. etc. Commands JSjjj.
one of the tinest view sin Honolulu. Apply
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
ONK BLOCK FISOM BK
letani.i street ears, a
Cool and Convenient Cot- jgi i J i I'sfiSif
tage of SK Booms, Laige "KiisPErfSSS- landlords wo will alay lie found reason
Lot, Stable and Chicken House. Ajiplj to able in our dealings.
ut Hawaiian Hardware Oo.'s stoio.
i'.. 1.. Iin.Ai'Jkl ,
A NICK COTTAGE OX
J. Beretania street, near
PnUoi street, containing PjiJKiSm
Parlor, 2 ! Bedrooms, Bath- 2iiSjSS5-
Tmnicais pass every 2u minutes. Apply at
oiuco oi mis paper. i.ja-u
TO LET OR LEASE
rrun: COTTAQ13 AT NO.
JL liuH Kiugstu-et, lately
occupied In Mr. M.H. l'vy.
containing.! Bediooiiis, Par-
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and Bathioom;
Stable in aid; Aitesiiiu Water laid on.
For uartlfiiliirn and teinis. aiiiily to
UM-tf ut B. O. Hull A Sons'
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Tlir, ANNUAL MBBTINO OI-'THi:
Stockholders of the Inter-lhland
Steam Navigation Co., (L'd), held this
day, the following Ollicers and )iiector.s
woio elected for the ensuing year:
W. H. McLean
.1. I.. McLean
T. W. llolnon
.. Societal j,
iinwiii oi nut) itohs:
11. Undficy, .1. Bim, O. N. Wilcos,
. ii, fjiiiiiu, l'. A. tseliaoler.
w. li. mcli:an,
Secretary I. 1. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, 11. I., -Miuch'.'l, INI J.
Executor's Notico to Croditors.
IN Till; CIUOU1T COUUT FOlt TI1L
-L 1'iri-t t'licult. -In Probate. In the mat
ter or the A 111 of Maila O'Sullivan, de
ceased, The uiidi'islgiicd gives notice that
he has been appointed Lurutoi- of tho
last Will and Testament of Alalia O'Sulll
vau, late of Honolulu, deceased, and he
heiebv uotilles all CicdltoiK of i-ald .Maria
O'Sullivan to iiui.-cnt their icnpcclive
claims duly vciUlcd, with pmiier vouchers,
lo lilm, at the niiiiu of K. 0. Hall A Mm, In.
Honolulu, within fix moutliH liom thin
date, or thin will be foreer haired,
Kurutorol' the Will of Maila O'biilllum,
Dated thU -Utli iluv of March, I.v.M,
.ii Ptlntliiii iieallii mid jmnnptly
I'jcrauUd at Hut lUdletin OjJIcq,
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
X and Well-appointed
Two-iituiv Brick Building
t'it-li T'1iiiLtnif ritifinmlu
formerly the residence of the late H. J.
M llll 1 lUtlUllll UlOUillli r- - MT
llait, situate on Nuuanu Avenue below
School stieet. Terms easy. GliU-tf
NOTB Before .seeking or closing bar-
' fniliv nKiin linrn. it will unv vim til Kinn our
column, and to at onco consult the under
signed at their ollice.
XyWe keop property in first-class con-
I dition. Our terms aro moderate and as
& Apply In each ease to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
'Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
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W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Our Optical Department still
nitrk nlniiii Sit llie. iiw.ii fennv nf rts
' , '., ,, ... ,,
j way dCKpltC all oppOHlllOH. Ll'CVy
day wv Jit xoiucbody either luith a
pair of J'Jyey lasses for 26c, and
once in a while we yet as hiyh as
$2,00. We can't yo higher be
cause that is the best pair of crys
tals you can buy and why jiay
'morei The reason, is that wc do
no! need any special two weeks'
sludij of the question because our
instrument, the KVEMETEJl, is
so simple that its lest is absolute.
Doesn't 'matter if your eyes are
myopic, astigmatic or any other
attic, that instrument gels there
Toilet Soaps, Hair A: Cloth Brushes,
Crociuet Set, Lawn Tennis Supplies
(iultai'N from $1 up, Banjos, VIoIIiih,
On the Instalment Plan, nln For Kent
A large Dimply of Popular Novels.
A mill iisMiited stook of Hound Books,
to Milt all ages at publishers' rates.
Children's Books from 5c. up,
Sots Hawaiian Stauinj $1,75 & $4.00.
Sheet Music Ordered by Every Steamer,
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