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Kahonhuna, N. Hllo, Hawaii.
Oil THUHSDAY, March ;!0, 1MB, nt 12
o'clock noon, nt thu fiont entrance of Alli
olnnl Hnlo, will bo old nt 1'nlillo Auction
Four (1) Bcetlon.s of I.mul in Kunin and
Knhonhtuia, N. Hllo, Hawaii, ns follows:
Section 1 Containing mi urea of 39.2
Acros. Upset pi ieo iflOii.
Section 2 Containing an area of 1)7.7
Acres. Upset price f 1WI.
Section 3 Containing an area of 10.13
Acres. Upset prico $!ul.
Section -l Containing mi area of li.iV
Acres. Upset price $l.r.
It if conditioned tlmt tin? purchaser of
the above Lots shall pay the cunt of nrvi
and plotting of same. Full information In
this regard can be obtained upon applica
tion to the Land Ollioo, Intciior Dcpait
ment. J. A. KINU,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior OMco, Feb. , W.tX
Throo Tracts of Govornmont Lands
in North Hilo.
On THUKSDAY, Maicb 30, lfc'M, ut 12
o'clock noon, at the front entianco of Alii
olanl Hale, will bo sold at l'ubllu Auction,
Three Tracts of Ooveinniont Lands In Mu
uluaikl, Xorth Hilo, Hawaii, viz.:
Tiact 1 Containing nn area of 21 IS7-100
Acres. Upset pi Ice lns.
Tract 2 Containing an aie.i of IS 3U-1U0
Acres. Upset price tiH.50.
Tract 3 Containing an aiea of 13 S)')-l(X)
Acies. Upset price U!.!r.
It is conditioned that the pmclri-cr of
the above Lots .shall p.ij the cot of survey
and plotting of .nine Full information in
this regard cm bu obtained upon applica
tion to the Land Olllce, Interior Depart
ment. J. A. KINC,
Minister of the Intel ior.
Interior Olllce, Peb. 21, lsu.'l.
On THURSDAY, M.ueh M, 1S0J, at 12
o'clock noon, at the fiont entrance of Alii
'olani Hale, will be sold at l'ublic Auction,
310 2-10 Acres of Push and Woodland about
lji miles above main road in the District
of North Hilo, Hawaii.
The Government reserves the llighi-of-Way
for a road through this Land.
It is conditioned that the purchaser of
the above land shall pay cost of sin ve and
plotting of same. Full inhumation in this
regard can bo obtained upon application to
the Land Ollice, Intciior Dopaitment.
Upset price $310.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Intciior.
Interior Olhce, Feb. 2.r, lb')3.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Hem fit of All.
WEDNESDAY, .MARCH 2), 1S93.
Dr. J. S. MeGrew is editor-in-chiof
of tho twilight organ. His knowl
edge of antiseptics will proo very
valuable in that relation.
Who is this Senator Blunt that's
coming here, heralded by tho twi
light organ? Will you lend us a
Tribune almanac to read him up, as
wo are a little shy of blunt instru
ments? The twilight organ opens its
mouth to put its foot in it. By in
sulting tho Hawaiian ladies in ridi
culing their time-honored modes of
showing their esteem for Admiral
Brown, it olfers an affront to the
gallant Admiral which that thor
ough gentleman can lienor cease to
The amount of "capital" repre
sented in the revolution has been
more magnified across tho big pond
than tho amount of brains. What
about tho millions of capital repre
sented at tho mooting of Hawaiian
ladies the other da', tho modes of
which have been ridiculed and the
motives misrepresented by the morn
ing mud-slinger and tho owning
In this morning's Advertiser tho
statement is made that several of
tho honorary officers of tho woman's
branch of the Hawaiian Patriotic
League "had made up their mind-,
to resign." This is more of that
"padding" at which tho morning
organ is a confessed adopt. Tho
sole basis for it is tho fact that ono
of tho vice-presidents resigned her
office, because her husband is a
strong annoxationi.it, but who took
pains to state in hor loiter of resig
nation that she wished to continue
as a member, as she was heartily in
sympathy with tho objects of tho
organization, For decency's sake
leave tho women alone, if ou can
not find anything but falso witness
to discredit their laudable patri
otism, "EQUAL BIGHTS,"
Tlio now afternoon paper declares
that "Annexation, moans equal lights,
expanded commerce, a trebled popu
lation and a return of good times,"
Without pausing to inquire wheth
er tho editor meant a "troubled," in
stead of a "trebled" population, lot
us ask where is the guaranty of
"equal rights" in annexation? How
do wo know that equal rights will
attend upon the propobod change?
Is not every prospout, and every
proposition of tho annexation party
up to (Into, .1 direct donial of tho
suggoslion t lint "equal rights" are
sought, or will be accepted by thorn ?
Have not tlio precious quintette of
' "statesmen" whom tlio L O. sent to
"negotiate" for annexation, been
wagging their jaws incessantly, since
the arrival of tlio Claudiuo at San
Francisco, January 2Sth, to tho tuno
that "the d -d kanaka is not fit to
vote, and shall not vote, in Hawaii"?
If this proposition bo untrue, lot
omo ono aiUo and deny it. litis
not tho 1'. It, maintained a silence
as of a Sphinx upon tho topic,
lernving to their ultra advocates
tho task of explaining what con
ditions are to follow annexa
tion? Hao not those ultra advo
cates of annexation iteiated and re
iterated, in season and out of sea
son, that tlio conier-stono of tho
revolutionary fabric was a stripping
of tho franchise from, tho natho Ha
waiian? Has not tho l G. permit
ted tho-o sentiments to bo sown
broadcast, the whole world over, for
nearly throe months without a word
or a syllable of challenge or dis
claimer on their part? lias not tho
L G., by thus maintaining silouco
on the subject, ithially stood spou-
i sor for all tho throats of political
piracy indulged in by its eommis
sionots and Mipportors, and made
those threats its own? In short, litis
not tho L G. given tho peoplo of
this country and tho world to under
stand that annexation is to bo built
upon a scheme of grand lareeiry
practiced upon tho civil lights of
tho people? If any of tho foregoing
questions can bo truthfulh answer
ed in tho negative, by all means lot
us have tho unsworn without delay.
If they, or any of them, call for
affirmative answers, will some au
no.xationint kindly ex-plain how such
conditions as those proposed can by
any possibility bo construed into a
piospect of "equal rights"?
ARRIVAL OF THE RUSH.
Makos a Good Passage Down Com
missioner Blount and Family on
The U. S. S. Richard Rush, Cant.
C. L. Hooper commanding, armed
this morning and anchored between
the U. S. S. Boston and Japanese
cruiser Xnuiva, 8 day and 20 houis
from San Francisco. Prior to the
Rush's departure from San Fran
cisco she was thoroughly overhaul
ed and she took in 100 tons of coal.
She is of tWO tons displacement and
her extreme length is 178 feel. Hoi
engine develops 500 horse power
and she can steam 12 knots an
The cuttor carries ono six-inch
Hotchkiss gnu and two three-inch
steel rillos. Fach of these guns car
ries a projectile nearly three milea
effectively. The vessel has also an
abundance of small arms. There
are fort y men aboard, exclusive of
officers and cabin servants.
Tho Rush carried as passengers,
ox-Repiosentative James H. Blount,
of Georgia, who was Chairman of
Committee of Foreign Relations in
last Congress, who has come to in
vestigate into Hawaiian airaiis, Mrs.
Blount, and Mr. Ellico Mills, steno
grapher to tho State Department,
who comes as the Commissioners
Mr. Blount leceived tho repre
sentatives of tho press cordially, and
in answer to enquiries staled that ho
was not awaro that another com
missioner was coming hoie. Tho
Commissioner did not come ashore
until this afternoon.
Tho San Francisco Examiner of
the 20th inst. says that Commissioner
Blount will bo away from tho United
Statos for several weeks, and it is
expected that iio will gather full
and accurate information concerning
the sentiment prevailing among tho
natives of Hawaii as regards tho
subject of annexation. This inform
ation will of course bo laid befoie
tin State Dcpait incut at Washing
ton, and it is expected will influence
to a very great extent this future
action ol tho Government.
It was believed at first that tho
instructions would also include the
withdrawal of the protectorate
which litis been established by Min
nister Stevens, but it is now said
that tho reports of English intrigue
have caused a change of sentiment
at the National Capital in the 10
spect. U. S. Commissioner Blount, wife
and child landed at tho boat laud
ing from the Rush, and weie drien
in ii wagonette to the Snow cottage,
Hawaiian Hotel, He declined oilers
of private residences from difi'oiont
U. S. Minister Stevens, Consul
Genoral Severance, Dr. J.S. McGiew
and Mr. A. S. Hartwull boaided tho
Rush in a U. S. N. steam launch out
side of the spar buoy, Minister Ste
vens received and answered his des
patches on board,
Major J. W. Robertson, H. M.'s
Chamberlain, visited Commissioner
Blount on board tho Rush on her
arrival, and presented tho oiiuiy
with the Queen's welcome and com
pliments and an offer of her caniago
to drive to tho Hotel.
Mr. Blount returned his compli
ments to the Queen, thanking her
for hor courtesy, but stating that
ho had declined similar oll'ois to
hers, preferring to drive in his own
Persons who am subject to attacks
of bilious colic can almost invariably
toll by their feelings, when to expect
an attack, If Chamberlain's Colic,
Choloia and Diairho'a Remedy is
taken as soon as these symptoms ap
pear, they can waid oil tlio disi'u-o.
Such persons should always keep
the Remedy at hand, ready for im
mediate use when needed. Two or
thiei) doses of it at (ho right time
will stive them much biilloriug. I '"or
sale by all dealers, Benson, Smith
A; Co,,ageuls for the Hawaiian Jtl-amis,
On rickinc Up tho Hawaiian
in tho Foot's Garden at
Twinkle, twinkle, little Star,
How 1 wonder what ou are;
Out upon tho grass s(i (u ,
Did Mm fall out of thoskv?
When tho news Its course has inn,
You take up the tnle line spun,
And to the ojo that's to It shut,
You hold thu over stale chestnut.
Shining with a tardy light,
Your name is mud, jour motive
The lln.i.iilN will abdicate
I'or j on the tltki " verv late."
Shine on, shine ever, Utile Stnr,
Your glimmer faint does not reach far;
Your usefulness will no'i r be past,
Ileal merit showing bj contrast.
That's What Wa3 Done With Dr.
Lucas Last Night.
D. V. Lucas
tjt i uiii ii. i. iiiii nn i
T 11 ...... .,,.
that ho was sandwiched in the Sand
wich Islands tho last evening ho
spent hereon this occasion. Whether
ho was the bread or the meat or tho
mustard he may bo allowed to say
himself. Tho audience will say they
had a genuine feast of reason and
How of soul. So much so that they
will bo glad to conio together at
such another onteitnininont, even if
they have to got away with a isit
ing "missionary" on toast, six foot
six by three feet across tho shoul
ders, ami, like "dat darkey" in tlio
emancipation song, weighing (about)
"three hundred pound.'' Waiving
further talk in parables, it may bo
said that a nice musical program,
with Dr. Lucas sandwiched between
tho numbers, was given at Y.M.C.A.
hall, for the benefit of tlio Associ
Tho benefit was not received in
cash, but the novel plan was adopt
ed of asking for books, to be added
to the library, instead of admission
tickets. Very satisfactory was tho
result, as fully eighty volumes, many
of them nicely bound and in good
preservation, were stacked on a table
at tho head of tho stairs by the en
Mr. C. 13. Ripley presided and, in
opening the concert, made a little
speech that gave the ono for a big
leforni. Before this tho hymn,
"Tell tho Story," was sung, Miss
Lottie l'armeleo accompanying on
tho piano, and Dr. Lucas oll'ored
prayer. Mr. Ripley said: "Myfiionds,
The Y. M. C. A. consider it their
duty to correct such evils as they
believe to exist in tho community.
There is ono evil that wo think
exists and which wo wish to coriect.
In whateter entertainments wo con
duct in future we wish to put a stop
to tho practice, when thoio are eight
or nine pieces on the program, of
demanding that tho number bo in
creased to eighteen or nineteen.
This practice is unjust both to the
audience and to tho performers.
When wo ask anybodj to appear on
the piogiam they take the request
as for one appearance, but often two
appeatancos aio expected bj those
who indulge in tho pi act ice in ques
tion. Theioforo, to make a begin
ing in tho conectiou of this evil or
abiiso, wo intend this evening to paj
no attention to recalls, but your ap
plause may bo just as enthusiastic
as you please."
The chairman stuck manfully to
tho now rule, although sonio of his
friends, ono or two times, teased him
by rally after rally of applause over
performances especially pleasing.
Below is tho program, oory number
of which gave intense enjoyment,
judging by the rapt attention dur
ing its rendering and tho bursts of
1. Yiolin solo with piano accompani
ment . Di moiid and Aittuir Wall
'. liccit.ition ''A Quakers' Meotin;;" .
'.'. Song "1'osulie"
K.imchnmchu Glee Club
4. liccilation -" Punch's llulogy on
Abi.ih.iiu Lincoln '. . .'Dr. Lucas
.". Song "Take Me Home". Miss Uho.uls
(Miss P.uiiRieu, pianist.)
(i. Itecitation "Yiiiksliiiemaii'.s Wel
come to tho New llnbj . . 1)1. l.uc.is
7. Song llihlic.il inidlej"
Kiimeu.imelm (Heo Chili
8. 1!( citation Oiigin.il poem, also oii-
giual oratorio "D.md;" ult-o hymn
in Indian language Ur. l.uc.is
The fouith number was prefaced
with an eloquent eulogy of ids own
by Dr. Lucas on '"Father Abraham,"
in which ho gave the opinion that
tho greatet thing over spoken was
tho second inaugural address of
Lincoln, some of the grandest pass
ages of which ho recited. The ori
ginal poem was written by the re
citer while visiting his son in Lou
don, and is a parody of a poem by
tho young man an' ode to the moon.
His sou is a musical composer and
tho oratorio was written to bo sot to
music by him. It runs inajesticall
and is to bo produced in public as
soon as possible. Dr. Lucas said ho
was thankful that the thought of
writing the oratorio led him to study
the life of David, as thero ho found
lessons of tho greatest importance,
some of which he pointed out to tho
Tho chairman dismissed tho audi
ence with thanks to tho kind friends
who had assisted in the entertain
ment and to those who had contri
buted the books for the library.
In saing t lint Hood's Haisapai ilia
clues, its proprietors make no idle
or extravagant claim. Statements
from thousands of reliable people of
what Hood's Sarcapai ilia has done
for them, conclusively proo the fact
-Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
"The peoplo of this vicinity insist
on huMiig Chainboi Iain's Cough
Homedy and do not want any other,"
says John V. Bishop, of Portland
Mills, Indiana. That is right. Thoy
know it to be superior to any other
for colds, and as ;i niovoutivo and
euro for croup, and wh should thoy
not insist upon having it. f() cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Bon
bon, Smith A; Co., agents for thu Ha
Hood's Fills act especially upon
the lior. lousing it fiuiu torpidity
loils natural duties, ouio constipa
tion and assist digestion,
V'Yiid Jul Mutiny ut the llulktiu Ojjlvv.
OATHOLIO CATHEDRAL OF
Rolirjious Borvicos of tho Holy Wook
and Eaator Sunday.
To-morrow, March 530th, is Holy
Thursday or Maundy Thursday, tho
day on which our Lord instituted
tho Holy Eucharist.
High pontifical mass at 7 a. in.
with holy communion consecration
of tho oil for the sick, and chrism;
removal of tho blessed sacrament
to tho repository.
13 p. m. the washing of the foot of
12 poor men, representing tho 12
7 p. m. tho passion preached in
8 p. in. tho passion preached in
Tlio day next is Good Friday or
Holy Fiiday, the day on which our
Lord died on tho eioss for the re
demption of men.
!) a. in. religious service the kiss
ing or tlio crucilix -communion oi
"Mossed aro the Mock, for" etc.
1 see by this morning's Adversary
that the Palace has a now janitor.
Its royal window's will horeafter bo
waslied and its monarchical halls in
future bo swept by a Rhode Island
man. Tho appointment is not only
a graceful tribute to tho State of
Rhode Island, but also a tardy
recognition of great services render
ed by ii "tried (not convicted) and
trusty friend." 1 doubt not the in
cumbent will shed tho last drop of
Rhode Island blood in defence of
his trust. He will shed everything
except the job.
All hail the ftio.it Provisional mine,
Another place is won,
And other mi u may geljhc same
I'or can ing a gun.
Come fortli inch eager candidate,
tun sinii nut no hereft,
It is not even now too late
For lots of jobs are left I
A. N. Xp.xt.
How does he feel ? He feels
cranky, and is constantly experi
menting, dieting himself, adopting
strange notions and changing the
cooking, the dishes, the houis, and
manner of his eating August
Flower tho Remedy.
How does ho feci? lie feels at
times a gnawing, voracious, insati
ible appetite wholly unaccountable,
iiihiatiual and unhealthy. August
Flower the Remedy.
How does ho feci ? He feels no
desire to go to the table and a
gritmbliii"- fault-finduig, over-nicety
about w hat is set bclore him when
he is theic August Flower the
How does he feel ? Ke feels
after a spvll of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhorrence, loathing,
and detestation of food ; as if a
mouthful would 1-111 him August
Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel? He has ir
regular bowel's and peculiar stools
August Flower 1he Remedy.
Household -:- Furniture
P.v order of Mas. C. X. SPKNCT-I! 1 will
sell at Public Auction, at her Wcsidenco,
I.unalilo smct, corner of PiiUoi street,
On THURSDAY, March 30th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M.,
The Whole of her Household Furniture,
Upholstered Parlor Furniture,
T. Tables, Ko i and ICou Tables
Koa Hook Case,
The Library of the late C. N. Sponcer
Consisting "f Standaid W'oiks.
1'ii tines of thu Iiouil Kaiuilv,
Oilman and Stool, II. V. Hook Case,
Kim Four Post IScdstead, Wardiobc,
Koa Bedroom Set,
Fischer Kiicnroof safe, Secretary,
ChoH'onier, J.x. Dining Table .V hairs,
1!. V. Sideboard, Meat hate, Icn Chest,
"Charter Oak" Stove and Utensils,
CioeKury and Olasswaic,
(larden Hose and Tools,
J Saddles and lliiillcs,
1 Family Carriage,
I). 1!. Ilrecch Loading Shotgun and 1 Win
chester l!eieating ltillc, both
in due oidir.
Parlor Ilillu, lite, Lte., Kte.
(if Tim House will bo open for in-i-itcction
on Wednesday, Maich 'Jtlth, fioin
11 A. M. to 1 1'. M.
I-ie-wis J. Levey,
I UOM 'I III --
John Wieland Breweries Co,, L'd,
?-The I'lne-t Draught Lagei llecr in
Aiiiiuiea, burned alter the St. Louis Pio
cesMiiid eiiiiil to the Famous Antiuiircr
Selected Hop and
Pure Malt Usotl Only I
The hiil.i: AlUIXl'V n at the
P A N T 1 i E C) N
At which place ONLY, It will ho hold,
Hawaiian nargwarc Go,, L'i
Saturday, March 25, 1SUJ.
Has it ever otcurred to you
that the Islands are getting a
tremendous amount of free
advertising? Mas it ever oc
curred to you that it would be
better if the representative of
one of the foreign newspapers
now sojourning here would
adhere closer to the truth, and
to the principle of investigat
ing rumors before publishing
them, rather than publish first
and be called a scorner of the
truth afterward? Better for
the community and the paper
represented. It has to us and
we're not alone in the opi
The generous and general
advertising the country has
received during the past two
months will nelp us in many
ways and injure certain indivi
duals in others. It will bring
capital to the country and tou
rists to our shores. It will
create a demand for Kodaks
and bring globe trotters here
to view, what the representa
tive of one San Francisco pa
per lias made them believe, is
the most available spot on
earth for Parkhursting cranks
and the hotbed of intrigue and
deception. The Bureau of
Annexation has proven itself a
better advertising channel than
the Bureau of Information,
j but then the latter deals mostly
in climate and scenery. 1 he
tourists now here proclaim this
a veritable Eden, a paradise,
the condensation of every
thing necessary to make life
pleasant and bearable, and the
society feature hits them hard.
Instead of the "half naked na
tive" who carts treasures from
the Palace they found an in
telligent well dressed people.
Instead of native women run
ning the streets regardless of
dress they found a "swag
ger" set among which the divi
ded skirt is popular. Instead of
the "two an' ha'penny" shops
in whose windows they expect
ed to see curios and tapa they
find in our store the embodi
ment of everything new and
ornamental. They find in it a
larger and better displayed
assortment of house furnishing
goods than they ever saw in a
city of three times the size in
the United States. We don't
like to boast but when such
decayed substance as lately
appeared in a San Francisco
paper is placed under our
olfactory organ we are forced
to do it and to murmur a gen
Does anyone suppose that
the people who read the arti
cles referred to believe they
would find in far off Hawaii a
plow half so good as the Hen
dry Breaker? Did any of
them expect to find in this re
puted slow going community
a firm with snap and ginger
enough in its composition to
take hold of a new fangled
thing like the Aermotor and
drive every other windmill out
of the market? We trow not !
We like advertising whether
it be free or paid, but give us a
bit of truth in it. Let it be
known that the country
abounds in milk and honey;
that the land in some parts of
the Islands produces coffee
that will cause the South
American article to blush. Let
them know that our establish
ment contains a complete
stock of implements necessary
to the proper cultivation of the
soil and that we compete with
the manufacturers in price.
Tell them that there is a hard
ware company in Honolulu
with ideas just a few weeks
ahead of the times, and the
people who come here to stay
and control politics can get
their outfit cheaper in 1 lono
lulu than they could back
home. All they need bring is
a paid-up subscription to their
home paper and a celluloid
collar; and if newspaper corre
spondents who come to 1 lawaii
and find they left a reticule
full of truth back home will
call on us we will give them
a supply, "Now is the time
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite bpreckulh' Jllock,
tlflrlt Ur rAdrilUnl
Corner Ifort So
C3- IEL jl
NX "AUSTRALIA" AXI) "0. 1).
Personally selected which aio now
of which is
Opening of Spring Goods !
OR THIS week:
A Handsome Line of Xew Designs in
FAXOV SATi:i:NS, fcHAl)i:i SILK. r.KVKCTS jrjJKs-iU
The Lalest Cloth in
WASH MA'IT.IUAL lUHALLY r.Kl-'KCTS A'SP- At
INDIA DKAPCItlLS, IIO-INCH Willi! CSf At
E . -Cj JT3- Ju
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
IMPORTS Ex "TRANSIT"
-JXJ3T IiAJfcT3DHSID -
Hay, Rolled Barley, Oats, Bran, line and coarse; Middlings,
WHi: AT, WIIOLK .V; CltACKLD CORN,
GOLDEN G-ATE & WHITE LILY FLOUR,
11.1 vi Hems, jiiil. Salmon, l''aiihanlcs''Laul, Whitnov'a Utltter,
Kiii.de Milk, Libln's U. O. ,v. Chiiiiied Ucef. '
Lihlij's Lunch Tongue, Undeiwood'x Picnic I.ohsters,
It. ir. K. Iloned Chicken, Vienna Sausage, Oysters, Chims,
"Yum-Yum" Coin, "Lion" Coin,
Lop Cahin Majile Syiup, Kojal Baking Powder.
Gal. French Prunes, Dried Apples, Evaporated Apples,
Diicd Pe.iches, Diied Aniieots, Almonds, Walnuts,
llaisins in Whole, ',j and ', jinxes; Moi pan's Sinolio, Peat line,
1'ising Sun Stove Polish, Mason's IJlacking,
Candles, Tahle Salt, CoII'eo in Tins, it Papers.
Medium, Saloon Pilot, Soda, Assorted & Other Fancy Crackers.
INCLUDING A YARIED ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL GROCERIES.
New Zealand Potatoes & Onions, Received Ex "Alameda"
(..h LAltCE SUPPLY OV FKLD
To Lot or Lease.
ROOMS TO LET.
rpWO NICELY FUU
X nished liooms at No.
1 Gaiden Lane, very re.i
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
stieet, with liathiooin, nat-
ent W. 0.. etc. Commands 3L
ono of the finest view ; in Honolulu. Aniily
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
fNE BWCKKIIoJTilB. kglK?
Cirol and Convenient Cot- ffinaVfir2ff
tape oi ai: Kooms, i.arpe as-Jil
Lot, btuhlv imil Chicken House.
r.'i i rt 0tt3
. Annlv lo
at Hawaiian Haidw.ue Co.'s stoic
TO LET OR LEASE
riMlECOTTACE AT NO. 1a, -.-,
JL &-3 ICiupstK.ct, Intel v $'j5tv.ii
occupied h -Mr. M.S. Levy, iffitSt
cont.iininjj.'i licdrooms, P.u- feXj cot.
Ior, Diniup-ioom, Kitchen and Itathioimi;
btahle in yard; Ailesi.in Water laid on.
For paiticuhus and teims, uiiplv to
(ii:t-tt at E. O. Hall ,: nous1.
A 1IUILDINC CONbLST-
tx. Inirof 1 I'oouis, Kit'
chen, Small liackjard and PiHSvDL
side entrance, ut picsent 'ty1-&!rsS'
occupied ns u Muldler, hoi by Jose Dias,
in tho business part of the town and cen
trally located, i'or partieiihiis imply to
JOSE 1)1 AS",
On the pieniiscs or bj letter.
Wailulvu", March '!. l.Sl-lw
ELECTION OF OFFICEBS.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OPTHE
Mockbuldeis of tho Inter-Inland
hteaui Nimcutiou Co., iLM), held this
d.ij, the fiillowliij; Olllcei.s mid J)iicetor.s
weio elected for thu ensuing ji-ur:
W. II, Codfie)
W. 11. Mo Lean
.1. L. .Mcl.uiiu
T. W. Hohion
... Scciiiiaij ,
no Mm 01 iiiiii.t'iim;
W. 11. flodfioy, .1. JIiiii, (1. N, V!leii
W. O. hinlth, P. A. Hchuufur.
W. II. .MiiMJAN,
Secrclnry 1, I, . N, Co,
Honolulu, 11, l Mtiioh -1, Ihili.
I u.,.ri.uX . !vs ,lW0K,Ki15IU;it oil
4, Clerk, olihiir In tnwuur OH iiliuilii-
tiyu. ,ddrc "it' iiiisiiiiict', jijg.u
IEsT 3D zz
UIIYANT" I 11AVK ItKCKlVHD
ojioned out and nn Inspection
T ?- T13T
- JJ JL
Honolulu, H. I.
STUNTS ALWAYS IN STOCK. lm
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
Two-story lirick liuildinp
with Pleasant (hounds.
formerly tho residence of the Into H. J.
Halt, situate on Nuuann Avenue below
School siiect. Terms easy. 023-tf
XOTE lieftiro f-eekinp or closing bar
pains elscwheie, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at once consult the undcr
sipned at their oilicc.
S?We keep propel ty in first-clnss con
dition. Our terms lire moderate and as
landloid.s wo will always, be found reason
able In our dealings.
&" Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
'Caitwripht liuildinp," Merchant street,
Gulden Rule Bazaar
"W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Our Optical Department still
yoes alonij in the even tenor of its
way despite all opposition. Every
day wc fit somebody cither with a
pair of 1'Jyeylasses for "5c, and
once in a while wc yet as hiyh as
$2.00, IKc can't yo higher be
cause that is the best pair of crys
tals you can buy and why pay
inorci The reason is that we do
not need any special two weeks'
study of the question because our
instrument, the EYEMETRR, is
so simple that its lest is absolute.
Doesn't matter if your eyes are
myopic, astigmatic or any other
attic, thai instrument yets there
Toilet t-oaps, Huir At Cloth llrushcK,
Cioiiuet bets, Lawn Tenuis Supplies,
(luitnin fioin ifl up, Banjos, Viollim,
On thu Instalment Plan, al-o I'or Dent
A large mimiI.n of Popular Noveln.
A well Ukfurlcil Mud. of Jlound HooktJ ,
to cuit nil ngee ut publishers' rules.
Children's Books from fin. un.
Sots Hawaiian Stamps $1.75 & $4.00.
j SLect Music Ordered by Every Steamer,