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Govornmont Lands In Kuala find
Xnhoaliuna, N. Hilo, Hawaii.
On THUItaUAY, March HO, 1V1, nt 1'J
o'clock noon, at the fiont intrnnce of Alll
olliilltiile, wlllbu Mild nt Public Auction
K-mr (1) Sections of Lund In Kuulii niul
K ilioiilnnui, N. llllo Hnwill, in follow :
3rotlon 1 Containing an iitou of .Tl.U
Ai-ios. Upsot pi lee Mild.
Section V Containing mi aiea of It"."
Aores. Upset price 18!).
Section 3 Containing an area of 10. It
Aores. Upset price $201.
Section 1 Containing an area of 9.M
Acres. Upt-ct price J 15.
It is conditioned that the purchaser of
the abovo Lots shall pay tli cost of suivej
and plotting of snnie. Full information in
this rcjard can bo obtained upon applica
tion to the Land Otlloo, Interior Depart
ment. J. A. KINO,
Minister oi the Intel ior.
Inteiior Oilice, Feb. .', 1MI.
Throo Tracts of Govornmont Lands
in North Hilo.
On THUBPDAY, March HO, 1MM, at 12
oMock noon, at the liont entrance of Alii
o! ml Halo, will bo old at I'ublic Auction,
Three Tracts of Government Lands in Ma
ulu.iiki, North Hilo, Haw ait, viz.:
Tract 1 Containing an urea of 21 (VMUO
Acres. Upset price ?10S.
Tract 2 Containing an aiea of lb 30-100
Acres. Upset price 1)1.50.
Tract 3 Containing an area of 13 SCMOO
Acres. Upset price liO.tKi.
It is conditioned that the purchaser of
the above Lots shall pay the cot of survey
and plotting of same. Tall information in
this regard can be obtained upon applica
tion to tho Land Olllce, Interior Depart
ment. .1. A. KING,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Interior Ollke, Feb. 21, lb'tf.
Government Land in North. Hilo,
On THUKSDAY, March SO, ISO!, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Ahi
oloni Hale, Mill be sold at Public Auction,
310 2-10 Acres of Hush and Woodland about
1J miles above main road in tho Di-tuet
of North Hilo, Hawaii.
The Government reserves the Bight-of-Way
for a road through this Land.
it is conditioned that the puicluv-or of
tho abovo land shall p.ij co-t ot sitrvej and
plotting of same. 1'ull information in tin-,
regard can be obtained upon application to
the Land Olliee, Inteiior Department.
Up et price fold.
.1. . KING,
Mini-tor ot the interior.
Interior Ollke, Feb. 2T, lcOJ.
SALE OF LEASE
Of a Government Lund in Hilo,
On MONDAY, April 3, 1S93, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of Aliuilani
Hale, Mill be sold at Public Auction, the
Lease of a portion ol tlieGjveriinient Land
of K.iapoko, makai of tne Government
road in Hilo, Haw lii, containing an area
of 15 Acres a little more oi less.
Term Lease for 1 jeai-.
Xlp-et price $M) per a mum, pavable
femi-annuall in advance
.1. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olhcc, March .J, IbOJ.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Government Lots No. 74 and No.
75, Esplanade, Honolulu, Oahu.
On WEDNESDAY, April 12, lfclO, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front nuance of Aln
olani Hale, will be -old at Public Auction
the Lease of Government Lots No. 71 and
75, Esplanade, Honolulu, Oahu, contain
ing an area of 10,000 square feet, a little
more or less.
Term Lease for 10 ears.
Up--et piiec $100 per annum, pajable
hcini-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, March 11, lfe'M.
Tho Lease of tho Govornmont Land
of Kepuhi, Falolo, Oahu.
On MONDAY, April 3, 1801, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of Aliiolitni
Hale, will be sold at I'ublic Auction, the
Lease of the Government Land of Kepuhi,
I'alolo, Oahu, containing an area of 11
2A-100 Acres a little more or less.
Term Lease for 15 years.
Upset irico $70 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oflico, March 3, 1MH.
NOXIOE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All ISrandb must, by law, bo re-regih-tered
prior to July 1, lh'W, urthoy vUll be
forfeited, and can thereafter be appro
priated by any one.
IteQ'istrution on Uuhu shall be made at
the Interior Olllce.
On the othei Islands It shall bo done at
the Oilie s of tho hevoral hheiillH.
Mlnhsti'i of the Interior,
Iinci-ior Olllce, Due ', Hi.'. SbO-tf
H' Idors of Water Privileges, or those
pay! ig Water Huron, an heubj notilltd
that tho Ho urn foi usinc wuter for Irriga
tion purposes aro toiii o to 8 o'clocl: a, m.,
and i toll o'clock r. m,,iu til further noticu,
JOHN U. WHJTi:,
Bupt. Honohil t Water U'oiU.
Miiilnttrof the Interior,
Honolulu, H. L, Jan. 5, ibUI.
OoVMllMFNT HoUSK, I
UoNol.ui.il, Man h 20, 1S!M.
Notice is hereby ifivnn that
WILLIAM FOSTER, Esq.,
HON. ALDEKT FUANCIS JlTDDniid
CECIL BUOWN, Esu.,
liave been npiointed Cotuiiilsvionevs foi
tho puipose of Revising and Codif.ving the
lVnal Laws of tlu ltawalliu 1-l.iuds in
aicordunco with the ptovlslous of an Ait
of the Hawaiian Legislature uppioved
Aim. (I, ltd.', providing theiefoi.
floVlUNMlM llot'XK, I
llo.Mii.ui.ti, March 20, 1803. I
Noticu is heieby given that IIIsVacoI
leney theodoue a ro iriT.it
lias been appointed a Commissioner of
Clown Lands of the Hawaiian Islands,
vliu Mr. 1'. C. Jones, icignod.
The lloird now consists of .1. A. King,
T. 0. Porter and 11. I'. laukui.
THE DAILY BU LLETIN.
J'letlyed to wither Sect nor Party,
lint Kstablhlatl for the Benefit of Alt.
FK1DAY, MA1JC1I 21, 1893.
Those who havo not read op the
Behring Sea control orsy will find a
succinct statement of the United
Status sido of the case, as it will he
atguod at i'aris, iu this issuo of the
A "strong argument for the Nica
ragua Canal" is copied elsewhere
from Harper's Weekly. The aiticlo
shows that tho advantages of the
c;anal to tho world's commerce in
general, and that of the United
States in particular, would bo colos
sal indeed, beyond all present
computation. Willi tho canal opened
Hawaii would bo "in it" for a largo
sharo of tho benefits. A reduction
of 8000 or J0OO miles in tho route
from Hawaii to tho Atlantic sea
board of tho United States must
gieatly promoto trade and tend to
cheapen tho necessaries of life to
tho people of these islands.
The sale of ono of tho prettiest
houses in San Diego has been made
to Dr. S. W. Wetmoio, a prominent
physician and philanthropist of
Buffalo, Xeiv York, whoso wife is
also a medical practitioner, Dr.
ilaiy Wetmoro. They aro coining
out to their new home for pormanont
residence after tho World's Fair.
Tho couple first saw Southern Cali
fornia with tho Kaymond excursion
two j-ear-s ago. This item is inter
esting in view of tho presence of a
Raymond exclusion in Honolulu
just now. These excursions come
heio with not infrequent peiiodicity
and it will bo a wonder if some of
; tho tourists are not attracted bv tho
delicious climate to make their
homes in Hawaii.
In August, 1887, Mr. Thurston, on
behalf of tho Reform Government,
issued a manifesto prohibiting pub
lic officials from mixing in politics.
That manifesto is republished in
this paper. Thore does not seem to
bo any more reason for tho enlist
ment of officials iu political contro
versy to-day than thero was then.
A largo proportion of the mistakes
of statesmen which do injury not
only to their authors, but, what is
of more impoitance, to tho count r'
wherein thoy are committed, aio duo
to a looking only at tho present
without any legard to tho future.
Tho Hooting pre-ont is really of no
moment compared with tho opening
futuio. Dangerous precedents that
coutintialli' plead for wrong courses
in tho future should bo avoided as
tho mariner avoids the sunken reef.
All parties hero aio anxiously wait
ing for the development of tho po
licy of Cleveland's administration
regarding Hawaii. It does not scorn
wise from their own standpoint for
tho promoters of annexation to en
courage a party policy such .is tend
ed to confirm suspicious that any
thing else than tho expected bene
fits to the country from annexation
constituted tho party's motives and
inspiied tho party's zeal.
HUMORS OF THE QUESTION.
Of course tho humorists of the
United States daily press could not
keep their hands off such an inviting
now subject as the Hawaiian ques
tion. We have published the bost
liumoicd ones that ctuno to hand.
A little ditty bringing in one of our
Smiths appears to-day. Tho English
press is not so universally devoid of
humor nor so still'-backed iu its dic
tion as some people imagine. A pe
culiarity of the English press is,
however, that its professedly hu
moious columns are often piovoca
tivoof melancholy, while you must
look for genuine humor iu the se
rious editorial columiiH. Tho Sussex
Dull News, published at Brighton,
litis an article on tho Hawaiian revo
lution, which, after describing the
Qiiuuii'h oll'ort to havo her Minis
tors sign a now constitution, sa)s:
"lint the Ministers declined to
sign the constitution, ami although
tho Quoaii vvns voiy nnyiy, unci a
,. 1 . ,1 , . 1 Yi 1 i,.i
nativo admirer clciinauilocl tho Hood
of tho forcignoiB, iu tho tvvinkliiiK
of an oyo tho uiorning costume unci
coronet vvoro excluded in thoQuoon's
ptivnln rooms, carefully yuaidod,
ami n Piovisionnl Govoriiuioiil was
formed, in which wo find the names
of .lones and Smith, millliMont guar
antees against tho lovivnl of medi
tuvnl monarchy in the South Seas."
The ailiele favius annexation for tho
sake of Hawaii in the following con
clusion: "Ameiicaus have no appe
tite for new tortilory, and cannot see
any particular advantage in Hawaii,
except as a holiday gtounil for mil
lionaiies with yachts. Hut, on the
whole, it will bo well for the people
of Hawaii, natio and foroign, if tho
Ameiican eagle will .consent to lake
thoni under its capacious wing."
Strong Argumont for tho Nicaragua
The grain tiade of the Pacific
Coast alouo is nearly equal to tho
whole of the cotton tiade of the
country. Since 1809 tho shipping
interests of tho coast hao been
doubled. Tho transposition ques
tion of the Pacific Coast is ono of
groat difficulties. Tho cost of cat ty
ing wheat b- rail fiom one sido of
tho Continent to the other and its
reshipmont at an Atlantic port is
very burdensome. If it is snipped
aiouud Capo Horn on sailing ves
sels, tho underwriters insist that it
shall bo bagged, and tho bagging
costs the wheat-growers more than
.?2.000,0(X a year. Tho voyage from
San Piancisco to LUoipool con
sumes lour or ho mouths, a cir
cumstance which makes the market
value of wheat when it shall airive
at its destination problematical.
Tho only beneliciaiies of this condi
tion of business aro tho lucky specu
lators, for a cargo is often sold throe
or four times before it reaches Liver
pool. Tho construction of an intor
oceanio canal would not only give to
commerce a short and safer route,
but it would gio to tho Eastern
ports an advantage over Liverpool
in tho trade with our own Pacific
States which thoy do not now enjoy.
By reason of tho configuration of
South America, tho Cape Horn route
to rsow lork is a littlo more than
100 miles shoi tor than tho louto to
Liverpool. By an isthmian route,
Xew Yoik would boat least 2000 miles
nearer than Liv ci pool to San Fran
cisco. At the same time ships from
Livoipool would avo about 8000
miles by going thiough the canal,
Now York would be about 1000 miles
nearer Hongkong by the isthmian
canal than by tho Suez Canal, about
8000 miles nearer than by the Capo
Horn loute, and 10(X) nearer than by
tho Capo of Good Hope route. A
similar saving would bo made in tho
route to Yokohama, and tho Atlantic
seaboard would be between 8000 and
0000 miles nearer to Hawaii. While
New York would bo bi ought about
!)000 miles neaior to San Francisco
by tho canal, New Oilcans would
save moie than 11,000, and tho bone
lit to the whole Gull Coast would be
enormous. The water route between
all the seaports of t ho country West ,
Kat and South would bo near
ly, in some instances quite, as short
as tho overland loutes. Tho Nicara
gua route oppo-es fewer obstacles to
an ititetoceanic canal than any other
that has been surveyed. It is tho
least expensive, and tho engineering
difficulties may be more easily over
come. Hit rjier 'n II el ly .
There's a now scribe in town evi
dently. Ono who can command a
column in tho morning papor for
his blood-curdling essay with "no
ifs anil amis about it" on scalps,
must bo considered no slouch by tho
scalping organ. It would bo inter
esting to the numerous readors of
the daily papers to bo informed by
Mr. Ilitchlield what his special
qualifications aro to entitle him to
lecture tho Government and tho
honored men of the civil service who
may believe their position to still
demand what has long been held iu
this country, strict neutrality iii
A belief in tho personal honor of
the members of the Executive to ob
serve, the conditions of their own
proclamation to the people, already
on the wane, is not likely to bo
stiengtheiied by the fulminaf ions
and threats of hungty offico-seokorn
who havo been in tho country ono
hour, and who can show little more
for their tinio than that they may
havo exchanged a washboard for a
While the Stars and Stripes floats
over tho capitol building, it is a
guaranteo that thore will lie a strict
enquiry into tho methods and doings
of those who hold the present stew
ardship of tho nation under tho
sanction and protection of that flag,
and 1 ior ono trust that no such dis
turbing element as tho cowardly in
justice of coercion of tho civil ser
vice will lie tolerated for ono mo
ment by tho present Provisional
Government, D. M. Cuovvr.uv.
The Shirt Man Talkts.
There is some contemptible puppy
going around saying that 1 am ac
quainted with the parties connected
with the shooting scrape of tho 22d
inst, Will you kindly mention iu
your papor that I say the person or
persons so talking aio a sot of black
mailer and schemers, who would
maliciously lie for tho sake of
heaiing fheniself talk, never
knew or oven saw any of the persons
connected with this trouble till tho
woman f-'innigan ran in my place
almost dead with fright and asked
for pioteetion,aud when the double
was over 1 ouleieit
1 In, in .ml VVliv
lliuill out. "J
"'lint fmno tn inn
.....'.. ...... .w,.,. .w
not let that scapi
and talk vvhoevei he or she may bo.
n... ......, ... .....
A. l. iIoiinsox', hunt .viaKor,
U'illim.. ll.uli.i.i.wl l..... ,,.llii ,wi
C0I0110 .S;uiuil('ioii from North Ar
I iKl, MuiiiImits )f Pnrliniiiuiit, I
' luporluu aio to iiL'ht a (luu . bn
wh(J ib (1 0nmg01
I cluirgi'i! tho Homo-riilo iiioinboiH
' with (lofoiitliny oriimim.H,
Ministor Thurston's Manifesto to i
Govornmont Employees in 1887.
(.From the Ifauuiiun (lincttr.)
DUI'AIITMRNT OP THE lXTKMOII, )
Honolulu, August 1, 1837.
To the Employees of the Department oj
0 kntlemen: Go ermnent Ollicers
have heretofore been allowed, and in
some instances lequiiod to take an
active patt in elect ionoering 'and
pi.msi.il oumicsiu mis ivi iiKuuiii.
Uno of the most impoitant
changes eifoctod by the new Cou-
stitution, is that by which Govern
ment Oflicors are mado ineligible to
sit hi tho Legislature.
It is tho intention of the Head of
this Department and of the Ad
ministration to extend this principlo
to its legitimate sequouce, and ro
quiro of all employees of the Gov
ornmont that they abstain from ac
tive participation in partisan poli
tics. Your attention is directed to tho
fact that a public Officer is a public
Servant, and that your duty is to
servo equally tho whole public. Ac
tive participation in an election cam
paign, and tho advocacy of ono party
or candidate against another, must
necessarily prevent that impartial
and unbiased discharge of tho duties
of a Govornmont Officer which tho
public havo a right to expect. You
aro thoroforo rouuestod to abstain
from takinir anv activo rtait in tho
coming or any future elections. A
neglect to comply with the foiegoing
will be considered good causo for re
moval from office.
Your right as men to vote for
whom you choosois full.v recognized,
and your tenure of oflico will in no
wise depend upon tho vote which
you ma3" cagl
Incompetency or neglect to pro
perly perform tho duties of tho of
fices which you severalty hold, or
changes which economy may neces
sitate, will alone bo tho basis of
removal from office.
Competence and good character
should alone bo considered iu mak
ing appointments to office and heads
of bureaus aio requested to act
upon this principle in ailing subor
1 ask tho support of all officers of
this department in carrying into ef
fect tho principles abovo sot forth,
in tho firm belief that by so doing
tho ellicionoj- of tho Civil Service
will bo increased and tho public
Lonm.v A. Tiii'iisTON',
Ministor of the Interior.
Daily Bulletin, SO cents a month,
Mrs. Sarah M. Black of Seneca,
Mo., during the past two years has
been affected with Neuralgia of the
Head, Stomach and Womb, and
writes: "My food did not seem to
strengthen me at all and my appe
tite was very variable. My face
was yellow, my head dull, and I had
such pains in my left side. In the
moi ning when I got up I would
have a flow of mucus in the mouth,
and a bad, bitter taste. Sometimes
my breath became short, and I had
such queer, tumbling, palpitating
sensations around the heart. I ached
all day under the shoulder blades,
in the left side, and down the back
of my limbs. It seemed to be worse
in the xvet, cold weather of Winter
and Spring; and whenever the spells
came on, my feet and hands would
turn cold, and I could get no sleep
at all. I tried everywhere, and got
no relief before using August Flower
Then the change came. It has done
me a wonderful deal of good during
the time I have taken it and is work
ing a complete cure." ffl
G. G. GRLTN, Sole Man'fr.Woodbiiry.N.J.
NOTICE OF SALE.
rpin: uxDKHSiaxnn HLitirroFoitrc
X doing business at Honok.ia, Hawaii,
h is this d.iv -old hi- entire stoeL of Mer
chandise, lloi-es, I'.itilc, Carts, lluildings,
and Jloolc At counts of vvhat-ouvir uiitiuu
to Kwong Ycu Choiig, vwio is alone antho
licd lo colli et outstanding accounts.
(Signed) TAM3 SITIL
(NMw lly Meek Hing.
Ten Homesteads !
FOR, SALE !
rpui'.iti; ahi: tils' ioui)bi.i: hum i:-
jl HtiMdx on tlin vviiiKlkl load In tueen
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jiwii. nun. I., lliiin.llin iuiilllil'S iillll .ur,
Miicfiirhmu'H piuinfrtH. TIicmi Lots nio the
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iii-, I,, irwiii i.mi. in mi' 1 11 , ui'iuK jmt 1 ut
thixu piiiiiiUfn furmeii.v o'ned by u.
'IMlli. ...inf. ... h.in,. ..I .1... .,.. ..r
tlinimicliitMtm. TeiniH iiiii'iiy.
.1,,' i. it. 1 i. 1. in). in iiv lilt 1- 1.1-111.11 in
- I gw- For fuiilmr pntliMiliiis impli to
I WILLIAM !'. At 'III.
- Honolulu, Miuch '.'.), iwu, iis.Mf
The Daily lUtlletin h delivered hy
' eurrkrt fur 60c.nt yer month.
Hawaiian Harflware Go., Lfl
Saturday, March IS, 1SD8.
An order for ten plows in
one clay from one plantation
is an indication of the direction
of the wind in the plow trade.
The Hendry Dreaker is in the
, , r , .. ,,, ,
"" - "v. iu u wum, uuu .u.
ordinary plain every day plow
ing, the Hendry Rice Plow has
no equal They have filiated
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, best
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
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
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
Irom that btate, now oaint
I i . i , .
tllliir houses Ml OIHJ color, ailtl
j without any contrasting shades
1 . . , . , ,,.,
I in the tnmininL'H. I he effect
is at once beautiful and catchy.
Hawaiiau Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Spreclm!' UlouK,
Corner ITort &s
Gr IR, .A-
Opening of Sp
EX "AUSTHAl.IA" AND "0. I). 1JKYAST" I HAVE ItECElVED
117 Cases of New Goods
I'ersoniillv oleetul which are now oponed out and on Inspection
of which is invited.
A Handsome I.ino of Now Designs in
PAXOY SATEENS, SHADED SlblC
The Litest Cloth in
WASH MATEHIAL (I'HAl.l.Y E1.TEC1S
Corner Fort aud Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
IMPORTS Ex " TK,A.3STSIT "
Hay, Rolled Barley, Oats, Bran, One and coarse; Middlings,
WHEAT, AVHOLE it CKACKED COUN,
GOLDEN GATE & "WHITE LILY FLOUR,
ll.ivo Deans, llbl. Salmon, 1'uiibanks' Lard, Whitney's Butter,
Eagle Milk, Libbv's C. C. ,t Chivied Uetf,
Libbv'- Lunch Tongue, Underwood's Picnic Lobsters,
H. .V. It. Honed Chii ken, Vicuna Sausage, 0sters, Clams,
"Yiun-Yuni" Corn, "Lion" Corn,
Log Cabin Maple Syrup, ltoul Baking Powder.
Cal. French Prunes, Dried Apples, Evaporated Apples,
Dried l'eaolio-.. Diiid Apiieots, Almonds, Walnuts,
lt.ii-.ins in Whole, V. and '4 l!oes Morgan's Sapolio, Poailine,
lii-ing Sun btovu Polish, Mason's lll.iclung,
Candles, Table Salt, Colli o in Tins & Papers.
Medium', Saloon Pilot, Soda, Assorted & Other Fancy Crackers.
INCLUDING A VARIED ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL GROCERIES.
New Zealand Foiatoes & Onions, Received Ex "Alameda"
07&J LAitm: supply or feed STurrs always in stock. m
To Let or Lonso.
ROOMS TO LET.
rpWO NICELY rillt
JL in-died lioonis at No.
4 Gulden Lino, very k'.i
son ible. dii-tf
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE 1-"-,
rooms, on Mngaine p(',,,i:h
stieet, with Itiithioom, pit- IS 1 1 ILiuSs,
cut W. C, ete. Command" iicSsSS
oneof the flno-t views m Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
ONE BLOCK FIIOM I!E
let.inla -die-it imii, a
Cuol and Convenient Cot
t.me of fci Itooni--. Luge
i.ot, staine ami uuicken jioum-. Appij io
E. It. IIENDKY,
at Hawaiian H.iidwaru Co.'s -.teie.
AXIOE COTTAGE" ON -"i -"n
Beretania street, neai ?jLuJ
PuUoi street, containing s , rtKirSw
Pailor, 'J Bedrooms, Bath- iiSa3s:
room, Diningrooin, Pantry tint I Kitchen,
Servant's loom, Carnage Hou'-e, Stable, etc.
Tianicuis ) iss every '20 minutes. Apply at
olllce of this paper. -Cs-tf
TO LET OB LEASE
ri-vHE COTTAGE AT NO.
JL U.58 King stieet, lately
occupied by Mr. M. S. Levy,
I'ontuliihiiiii lkdiooius. Par
lor, Dining-iooin, Kitehen and Batluooni;
Stable in ,vaul; Aitesian Water laid on.
l'Oi pallidums una leims, appiy io
ut E. O. Hall iV. Sons'.
A SINGLE IIABKEL
X. Bieich leading
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL M EETING OP THE
btoeUholders of the lnler-lsland
fete.uu Navigation Co., (L'd), held this
ilai, the following Ollli eis anil Directors
weio elect! d for the eiihiilni; jeni :
AV. II. Godfiov
W. 11. MoLcun
.1. L. McLean
T. V. lluhiim
no win oi- nun crons;
W. II. Oodfiuy, J. Una, (1. N. Wilcox,
W. O, hniilli, I. A. bclitieliir. ,
W. H. MrLEAN, I
K'Uiut.iiv I. I. b. N. Co.
Honolulu, II. I., Miui'li'Jl, INti. I
Exocutor's Notico to Oroditors,
in tiii: oiucniT couut roit the
X Pilot Ciiciiit In i'liibate. In the mat
ter of the A ill of .M111I11 D'MiUiMin, de-ccii'-ciL
The undi'ihigncd i I v notke Ihiil 1
he hits bun uppoiiiliil Eveciltor of tho I
last Will and Testuuii ut of Mtiiiu D'billll- I
van, lulu of H0110I11I11. diruiH-d, and hu
hereby iiotillea nil l uillloix of Mild Muriii
O'ritllliviiu Io MHiMiit their ii'ipeelhe
olailiixiliih willlliM, with pinner voiii'licix,
In him, nt the stiiio of L. 1). Hull A. boii, in
Honolulu, within l. mouths from thU ,
dale. 01 1 1 let v will be fmevei but nil.
l.vt'iMitoi'of ilm Will of Mm In O'bulllMin,
Hilled lhluuth dav of .March, Ib!i,
Jot, Printiwj matin and promptly
wound at the JiidUUn ojia:
ring Goods !
EhTECTS ?- At
Bruco & A. J. Cartwriglit.
To Let of Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
X and Well-a
w ith Pleasant Grounds.
forineily the residence of the late H. J.
Hart, hituato on Nuuann Avenue below
School stieet. Terms easy. 023-tf
OTE Before seeking or closing bar
gain., elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at once consult the under
sinned at their olllce.
fir-Vc keep property in first-class con
dition. Our terms aro moderate and as
landlords wo will always be found reason
able in our dealings.
tff Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWIUGHT,
'Cartwriglit Building," Merchant street.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Our Optical Department still
goes along in the even tenor of its
ivay despite all opposition. Every
day wc fit somebody either with a
pair of Eyeglasses for 26c, and
once in a while we get as high as
$2.00. We can't go higher be
cause that is the best pair of crys
tals yon can buy and why pay
more? The reason is that we do
not need any special two weeks'
studu of the tjucstion because our
instrument, the EYEMETER, is
so simple that its test is absolute.
Doesn't matter if your eyes are
myopic, astigmatic or any other
attic, that instrument gets there
Toilet houps, Hnlr it Cloth Brushes,
Cioiiuei bets, Lawn Tennis Supplies.
liultnrH from $ I up, Banjos, Violins,
On the Instalment Plan, alho Kor Bent
A large Minply of Popular Novel,
A well iniMirliii slock of Bound BooKs,
to Milt all uges a) publishers' rat ex.
1 Gllildroil'B Hooka frnm Rn. iin
Sets Hawaiian Stauipj S1.75 & 14.00.
1 Sheet iluslc Ordered bj Every Sterner.
Buildine Bi E$9r