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Will bo received rt the Ollice of the ltoad
Supervisor, In the Kaitmla DuiUUng mi
til SATUKDAY, April 8th, nt 11! o'clock
noon, to furnish to the Honolulu Koiul
Hoard, Shoeing for the Government Stock,
lor six mouthy, commencing from April 8,
18'J.I, mul ending October 8, ISlKt.
All bids must be endorsed, "Tender for
Shoeing Government Stock."
The Itond Hoard do not bind themselves
to accept tho lowest or nny bid.
Uy ordor of tho Honolulu lioad llonid.
W. 11. OUMMINGS,
ltoad Supervisor, Honolulu.
Jlonolulu, March 30, 189;!.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All H rands must, by lnw, be rc-ieuis-tored
prior to July 1, 18!):!, or they will be
forfoited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by nny one.
Registration on Oahu shall be made at
tho Interior Otllce.
Ontheothot Islands it shall bu done at
the Ollle s of the several SherillV.
MiuUter of the Interior.
Inxvnor Otllce, Dec. 1, IS):!. Galf-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, arc hereby notified
that tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes arc from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 4 to 0 o'clock i m,, until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. X. Wuciix,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. r, lb!l,l.
Hood's Pills euro livor ills, jaun
dice, biliousness, siek headache, constipation.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
"An Annexationist,'' in this morn
ing's isMio of the 1 (.'. A., indulges
in some talk highly suggestive of
spooks. Wo sincerely trust Uiom
"shades" will not materialize upon
our streets, for goodness knows wo
have live issues enough upon our
hands to-day, without the resurrec
tion of any "dead issues," in human
form, from tho political or mili
tary grave yards of the late revo
lution. We had fondly supposed,
until reading the screed referred to,
that no lives had been lost in the
late upheaval, but we are calmly as
sured by "Annexationist?," that there
aro "those who laid down their lives
for the cause, uml are irmly In repeat
the mime ij necessary . No, wo protest
against tho repetition of any such
act of disinterested- patriotism.
Heaven knows it is enough to
ask of any man that ho should
"lay down his lifo" once, for
such a cause, without his boing call
ed upon to "ropoat tho saino"
whether "necessary" or not. That
is the ono particular kind of "re
peater" against whoso importation
into Hawaii we solemnly protest.
Let the departed heroes, iustead of
"repeating the same," dedicate their
wives' relations to the completion of
tho job, if it bo incomplete. Wo re
member to have read of a reunion of
martial German who had "fought,
bled and died" for tho Union; and
ttret Harto, in his "Second Uoview
of tho Grand Army," tolls about tho
"martyred heroes of Malvern Hill,
of Gettysburg and Chaucellorsville,"
taking a moonlight parade along the
stately avenues of Washington. But
for Heaven's sake, let our tropic
squares be spared tho presence ot
those whom "Annexationist" is send
ing to us iu such "questionable
shape." If "Annexationist" doesn't
retract his throat, we'll call tho police.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Bene fit of All.
PIUDAY, MARCH ,'H, 1893.
There has been some ill-natured
comment upon tho fact that tho la
dies of tho Hawaiian WomonS Patri
otic Leaguo, carried American, a
well as Hawaiian llags, when they
went to welcome Commissioner and
Mrs. Blount to Hawaii. This criti
cism indicates both tho malice and
the iguorance of tho critics. It is
tho most elementary courtesy to tho
diplomatic agent of a foreign power,
to display his country's flag upon re
ceiving him on foreign soil. Tho
ladies in question know and prac
ticed the ethics of tho occasion, and
displayed, as well, tho fact that tiny
boar no malice to tho American flag
or nation on account of the recent
performances of that country's re
presentatives in Hawaii, i
And this recalls tho alleged fact
that our own Grand Army is still
"in it." It i said that enlistments
in tho volunteer companies for a
term of two years are being sought
by the P. G.'s new and highly elli
cient corps of military oilicors, also
that a ''rule'' is proposed whereby
absence from two successive com
pany drills will subject the absentee
to a dishonorable discharge from
The United States Government is
going to place its outer line of de
fenses against cholera across tho
ocean. Quarantine regulations have
beou prepared to bo put in opera
tion at the great points of departure
for passengers in Europe. Among
the provisions is ono making a dis
tinction between cabin and steerage
passengers. This is a featuro that
ought to bo adopted hero, in cases
whore largo bodies of immigrants,
particularly Asiatics, arrive by
steamors with cabin passengers for
this port. When, especially, thoro
is quarantining of a steamer simply
to obsorve tho 18 days from Yoko
hama rule, it looks like too much
strictness to send healthy cabin pas
sengers to tho dismal quarantine
It would be interesting to learn
tho source of the authority for tho
proposed two years' enlistment. It
begins to look as though the P. G.,
conscious of tiro failure of its highly
intelligent schemes of annexation,
is beginning to settle down and
draw tho shades for an oflicial
snooze of two years' duration. But
if tho gentlemen consult prudence
they will keep their "guns" under
their pillows. Thoy may hear some
thing drop during tho night.
PAP AND PADDING.
Under tho regime that sonio good
people aro pleased to call a "boodle"
ono, there was a degree of economy
observed in certain items of expense,
which seems to have boon departed
from entirely under tho now ordor.
For example, in ollicial advertising
tho long and dry announcements of
"autograph letters," "audiences,"
etc., ono insertion was then con
sidered Hullieiont. Now, however, it
seems to bo necessary (probably is
nocessar' to tho two ollicial papors)
to run these dry-as-dust notices sev
eral days if not weeks. Certain
classes of advertising was considered
sufficient in only ono paper, and that
not by a long chalk always tho samo
paper. Indeed, tho opposition paper
was given what printers call tho
"fat" advertising as a rulo, and tho
accounts would likely prove that it
know how to fry out tho fat. Wo
invito a comparison by the Provi
sional Government between tho
advertising oxponsos of tho so-called
"boodle regime" and those of its
own management that is, in like
and like classes of ollicial announce
ments. With half a page or there
about of Government advortining in
Catholic Cathedral of Honolulu-
holy on ooot) rnmvx.
0:30 p. in., the stations of tho cross
8 p. m., the passion preached in
The next day, April 1st, is Holy
Saturday, tho day on which our
Saviour was buried.
7 a. m., religious services high
mass preceded by tho blessing of
the new lire and the baptismal fonts.
The bells of tho church which
have not been rung since the gloria
of Holy Thursday mass, aro rung
again to-day at tho gloria of tho
Xet Sunday, April 2d, is Easter
Sunday, tho day on which our Lord
rose again from tho dead.
(5 and 7 a. in., low masses with
10 a. m., High pontifical mass.
3 ). in., Continuation, liosaiy, and
Benediction of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Itumiis to lot with board at Ilani
Jtoot Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Reports of Committcos Commuta
tion of Donth Sontonco Interro
gations About Oillcials.
There wte a general session of the
Eoctitio ami Advisory Councils
this forenoon. Present: Hon. S. B.
Dole, President and Minister of For
eign Airairs; Hon. .1. A. King, Minis
ter of tho Interior: Hon. T. C.
Porter, Minister of Finance: Hon.
W. O. Smith, Attorney General;
Hon. S. M. Damon, Vice-President,
and Messrs. .). Einmeluth, Henry
Wntorliouso, W. 1 Allen, K. W. Al
Chosnoy, Cecil Brown, E. U. Tenuey,
Alex. Young, 12. Suhr, John Nott.
.las. F. Morgan and J. A. McCatul
less. The matter of the American Hag
hoisted on the Government build
ing for the Protectorate was con
sidered, Tho Attorney-General spoke on
the proposal to send it to the
World's Fair, taking occasion to
mention Mr. Thurston's cyolorama
as likolv to bo a groat attraction.
Mr. JJamoii said tho ting having
been given by the United States
should be carefully treated. Tho
country was in a transition stage
and it might not bo seemly to send
this ilag around the world.
Tho Attorney-General moved, and
it carried unanimously, that tho
matter bo deferred until next week,
when the Commissioners wore ex
pected homo fiom Washington.
Mr. Allen roporteil from tho com
mittee on deciding tho ownership of
articles in the Palace, Ho hail act
ed in conjunction with Dr. Trous
seau, administrator of the estate ot
Kalakaua, They had the legal ad
vice of Messrs. "Hatch and Brown,
and had access to vouchors in the
Interior Ollice. They had been
legally advised that all tho pre
sents received by King Kalakaua
from foteign countries were private
property. Nothing claimed to be
long to the lialo Aaua society nail
been as yet surrendered 13' tho Gov
ernment. Curios that came from
tho Government museum could not
lio identified until tho return of
Mrs. Nakuina, tho former curator,
The report was adopted.
Mr. Brown presented a report
from tho Judiciary Committee, re
commending that tho death sentence
of Matsuda, convicted of murder, bo
commuted to imprisonment for life.
Mr. Waterliottse moved that tho
report be adopted.
Mr. Brown, by request, staled tho
reasons for tho recommendation.
While he was Attornej'-Guiieral In
had occasion to look into the case
of the other Japanese convicted of
the same ciinn. The men were con
victed on purely circumstantial evi
dence. If tho speaker, were on tho
jury he could not find them guilty
of murder. The evidence was a lit
tle stronger against Matsuda than
against his accomplice. It was his
opinion that that man should never
have lioen convicted of murder.
Thoy were defended by a native
lawyer and no appeal was taken.
lie had consulted Willi tno (Jlnel
Justice, who was of tho same opin
ion as himself. From time to time
since then the Chief Justice had
granted Matuchi lepriovos. The
sentence of tho other man had boon
commuted by the Privy Council.
Mr. Young asked if thero was no
ground for sentencing him to death,
what ground was thoro for imprison
ing him for lifo.
Mr. Brown replied that the evi
dence was very strong, but hardly
enough to warrant the carrying out
of tho extreme penalty.
Tho Attorney-General said an in
telligent jury found tho man guilty,
but it was in the power of tho Coun
cil to give him the benefit of possi
Tho report was adopted and Mat
hilda will be put to better use than
The Judiciary Committee also
recommended the passage of an Act
conferring jurisdiction on District
Magistrates for all cases of misde
meanor; also, of an Act to provide
for proceedings againstcorporations.
Tho report was received to bo
considered with tho bills.
Mr. Emmohuh said ho boliovod iu
continuing in service anybody who
did his duty, but not anyono who was
incllicienl, Thai man Jones wns
notoriously iuoillcienl. Tho speaker
on paying a visit to tho slaughter
houses found cattle ocr there with
out food or the lemnauls of food
before thoin. When ho turned wa
ter into the trough the cattle fought
for a drink, so thirsty were thoy.
The troughs in the sheep pens woro
Hawaiian Hartare Co., L'l
Saturday, March 25, 16'DJ.
Has it ever occurred to you
that the Islands arc getting a
tremendous amount of free
advertising? Has it ever oc-
half full of manure. And yol that I curred to you that it would be
man was over there inspecting! ,Ho better if the representative of
did not behove that an liielliciont r , i- .. : , .,.,. ...,.
man should bo kept in simply bo-1 one of the foreign newspapers
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
HAVE JUST OPENED OUT A CHOICE DISPLAY OP
cause oi nis oui age. jl nai man no
hoard was getting the same wages
The Attornoj'-Uonoral stated that
his former pay was ?175, and now it
is $12r a month.
Mr. Einnieluth -Cannot a man bo
got for $"i?
President Dole -What man do you
mean, Mr. Enuneluth?
Mr. Eminoluth Dr. Miner, tho
Tho Attorney-General had under
stood that Dr. Minor's services could
not be obtained.
Mr. McChosnoy remaikod that ho
was over thoro frequently, having a
place close by. Jones goes over
thoro, sits down and does nothing
does not soom to know that ho has
any duties, and does not look after
tho wants of tho cattlo. Wo havo a
Government veterinary surgeon do
ing nothing. Why cannot ho look
after, tho animals over thoro?
Mr. Brown said tho Legislature
had stopped tho appropriation for a
Tho Attornov-General stated that
tho Board had decided to keep the
men on until their ollicieney could
President Dole Thero is an ap
propriation for a veterinary surgeon,
at the rate of S75 a month.
Tho Minister of the Interior
thought it was only to inspect im
Mr. McCain! less lie gets a lee
besides for every mule ho looks at.
Mr. Tenuey Ho charges the im
porters fees for the animals inspect
ed. The Minister of Finance said the
veterinary surgeon was only paid
Mr. Morgan approved of the re
marks of Mr. Einnieluth. Give tho
Board time to move, and if it doesn't
move wo will help it.
Tho Council then went into ex
ecutive session, tho reporters leaving
tho room. This afternoon the Coun
cil resumed its ordinary session, con
sidering bills with reports of committee.
m Royal Worcester
Eto. Etc. Etc.
hAHOE ASriOUTMENT OP
Cd A A
H UH life L
Mr. iMiimeluth asked what was tho
position of the Sheldon habeas cor
pus case. The paper (Holomua) con
tinued to attack tho Council and
the American Miuistor. Jt was an
outrage if such conduct were to bo
President Dole said the case was
pending in the Supreme Court.
Tho Attorney-General added that
ho had under consideration matters
concerning recent publications in
tho Holomua, and action of some
kind would probably bo taken
Mr. Eminoluth asked if the Board
of Health had done anything in the
matter of the beef trust.
Tho Attorney-General answered
that the mat ter'of public slaughter
c;i,r riir,v..l ..ii n.w.i. l.v p.m. houses Hud Deoii uuiiiir coiiHidora-
fiimbor Tonic. Benson, Smith X. Co., I ' He believed that they would
111, i fk lilllillii l,llilll linl li If i It i "
How does ho feel ? He feels
blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed-in-the-wool,
eternal blue, and he
makes everybody feel thesa'-ie way
August Flower the Remedy.
How does he foel? He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
st.'.nt, but sometimes excruciating
August Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel? He feels a
violent hiccoughing or jumping of
'.he stomach afler a meal, raising
bitter-tasting matter or what he has
-aten or drunk August Flower
How does he feel ? He feels
the gradual decay of vital power ;
he feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death and
peace August Flower the Rem
edy. How does he feel ? He feels so
full after eating a meal that he can
hardly walk August Flower the
G. G. GKREN, Sole Manufacturer,
WooJbury, Kew Jersey, U. S. A.
A Handsome Line of New Designs in
FANCY SATEENS, SHADED SILK. EFFECTS
Tho Latest Cloth iu
WASH MATEKIA1, (C1IALLY EFFECTS
By Lewis J. Levey.
Dr. McLennan, l!ll Port street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
! cases. Mutual lolophono ib.
Mechanics' Homo, Fiiland 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 2oc. and fiOc. a night; .$1
and $1.25 a week.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. 11., will con
tinue giving instruction iu private
and in clas-,es; French, Spanish,
and Latin, Hesidunce, Alakoa street,
near Y. M. C. A.
Three days is a very short time in
which to cure a bad case of rheu
matism; but it can bo done, if tho
proper treatment is adopted, as will
bo soon by tho following from lames
Lambert, of New Hrunswick, Jlls:
each of two papers every day, tho i "I was badly alllieted with rhoiima-
,. .,,.,.. ..M.ut l,v.. niMrri Klnnnv tihlll ill till) IlillS mill IciTS. WllOll 1
UUtUilllJIUIII' HtUBK .,t.,, ,WtV ...w,..' I j.l f ,l 1 I Mil '. i I 1 f I
i ...,i :.. ......1. :,,,.;,l,,..i.,lo !,..,, ihiuijiu miiiio in viiiiijiuoriiiui ' I in siiiuiiiii cuimiiiiii'i' niui hjiiiui
to spend in stiah incidentals than ,.,...,-?,. , , , lh ,. , .... , , ...,.,..., ,MW
m a mimic iieneiit, Doth lor pro
ducers and consumers.
Mr. Eminoluth asked if George W.
C. Jones was still inspector of meat.
Tho Atlornoy-General explained
that L. L, Lapierre was inspector of
garbage. When C. B, Reynolds re
signed as general agent, "Mr. Jones
was called into town for ollice duties.
Final action had not been taken on
the disposition of oflicoivi of the
Board. J. D, McVeigh was appointed
as (juarantiuc ollicer, but his time
would not be taken up altogether
Hoard over different branches was
working very well. A great im
provement is anticipated from tho
change, and some improvements
had already been made-for in
stance, at the Kalihi receiving sta-
tou, the quarantine station, etc,
Underwriter's Sale !
TO-MORROW, April 1st,
AT 10 0'( LOCK A. M.,
1 will sell ut Public Auction, nt mv Sales
rooms, for mi'oiuil of whom it
E. F., iu diamond; H. H.
2 Bales Sugar Bags, 22x36,
Each containing ,r00;
Damaneil by suit water ex S. S. "Itelgic."
Terms Cask iu U. S. Gold Coin.
Lewis J. Levey,
Good Friday, March 81.
WE WILL HAKE A
hat. Mr. Jones was inspector i j er ?
augl.ler houses. The division SliPeriOr QUallf V
bur among commit tuns of the i IT t
now sojourning nerc wouiu
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 help 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 has 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,
but then the latter deals mostly
in climate and scenery. The
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 carls 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 ever) thing 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
ollactory 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 I len
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 fancied
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 Hono
lulu than they could back
home. All they need bring is
a paid-up subscription to their
home paper and a celluloid ! .. okcteaionhuenMiing year:
General Crockery ami Glassware !
French Center K.vtgs,
IFrexiola Sofa, I5.-u.gs,
Frexioli Door IRugs,
French Stair Carpets In Latest Designs, French Iron Beds, Double and Slnglo; Baby Cots
- - CHINESE MTA.TTI3STC3-
Sets of Telescopic Card and Fancy Tea Tables !
Basket Trunks, Steauior Trunks, Woodon Trunks.
TO CI.BA.lt OUT CONSIGNMENT
x . n. "nlil, TlinAlnn AHK OFPEUEP
Mieriiitui a Mgusii muywes
Corner Fort Sc Hotel Streets.
Q- IR, JL. 1ST JD
ig of Spring Goods !
KX "AUSTKA.U.A" AND " 0. . ItltYANT" 1 HAVE RECEIVED
17 Cases of lew tods
elected which are now ojiuneil out mul an inspection
of which is invited.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. I.
To Let or Lease.
ROOMS XO LET.
rpWO NICELY KUI5
JL niched Rooms at No.
1 Garden I-ane, vei rea-t-oniililu.
b3 ' ' iS-'iliS.-
rooms, on Aliiiins'iiie
treet. with llathuioin, pat
ent V. ('.. etc. Commands
one of the finest view in Honolulu. Api
V I V AS.
ONE I! LOCK ntOM HE
rotiini.i stieet car.-, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tage of Six liiioms, Large
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
1. and Well-aiinointed Si-rb
Two-storv Jirlek liulldinj;
with I'loasant Ground.
former v the residence of tho late H. J.
Hait, situate, on Nuuanu Avenue helow
School street. Terms easy. IK3-tf
Lot. .Stable and Chicken House. Aiinlj to
E. R. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'m .store,
TO LET OR LEASE
riil 11-; CO II ahk Ar .M-i. MM",
J. 2.-.S Ivinu stieet. Intel v SfV'n'K'jh
occupied by .Mr. M.S. Levy, ftii'lSjiT
containiiii'.'Jlk'drooins, Par- 3ii63is
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and Bathroom;
Stable in yaid; Artesian Water laid on.
I'or particulars and term;, apply lo
0i:;-tf at E. U. llall it Kons'.
iiij,' of A Rooms, Kit
chen, Small Jl.ickyard and
side entrance, at piesent
iifeimieil a a Middlorv shoo
in the business part of the town and een
by .lose Dins,
trully located. For particulars apply to
On tho pieini-os or by letter.
AVailuku, .March 'Jl. (Wt-lw
NOTE Before seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at oncu consult the under
signed at their ollice.
KTffc keep property in first-class con
dition. Our terms are moderate and as
landlords wo will always bo found reason
able in our dealings.
figr- Apply in cauli case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
'Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
FRIDAY, MARCH 31.
. AT Tin;
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till: ANNUAL MEETING OFT HE
htockholdci.s of tint Inter-lsliuid
hteain Navigation Co., (L'tl, held this
day, the following Olllcurs and Diicctors
FOR THE OCCASION.
any oi us proiiocoHsors lor bix yonw i tiya. I nni
past. It iiiiiHt ull bu pnid fur, Urn, would insist
bocauao, with two columns of tulo
ollioial nil vurliHoinontH, tint now organ
complains that it has not room for
all tho comiiRircial ntlvortielntr that
all riplil to-ilav; anil
on ovury onn who is
nlllii'tcil with llial ttirrihh iliwiiMi lo
iiKftlJhainhurlaiir.i J'ain liulin anil gel
woll at oncu." fill cout holtlim for
bain by nil do.'ilor.s. Honson, .Smith
ic Co., agoiit.s for tliu Hawaiian Jsl-uiuld.
was. lining iluno Nny wi'll inilci'il. i
In Mjinn casus it was vary ililllrult to
(,'! at iniiMiiici's. Thi'iu wnin nar- ,
low iilluvn wlinro tin oiliirli'Hs iMav
ator liail not loom to onlnr, ami in
iliuiMily liuilt quart urn thoro worn
lingo cusppooli. Thorn was a noeon- j
hity of feuworii in many loualitioH, 1
Send Your Orders in Time.
collar; and if newspaper corre
spondents who come to Hawaii
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'tl
iippotiiu biri.'ukul' lllocli,
.1. Kna . ..
W. II. McLean
.1. L. McLean
T. . Unburn .
iioviiii or iuiim'toiii;
W. l. ilndfiey, .1. Una, (!. N. Wilco,.
SV. U, Smith, l A. BuJituifur,
W. II. Mi'LHAN,
Sennit a ry I. 1. ri. N Cu.
Uonulitlii, II. I., .Mnrcliai, u.
POSITION AS ltouKKUKWilt uti
X t'lurt;. uliliur In town r u iJjnm
THE QUALITY HAS SI'OKKN FOll
Ready From 0 O'clock A, M.
Coufectionery & Bakery
NOTICE OF SALE.
rplli: I'.NDKIISIUNKI) HKIIOTOKOKK
1. iloiiii: Iiiishio-s at Honolulu, Hawaii,
lui tliU day Mdd bin iiitlru Htoclt of Mer
uluilidlto. Iluix'f, I'aitle, Carts, llulhliii;n,
and lluol, Accounts of what-uuver iiutiiru
lu Kmiiiih Yey Cluing, who U alone uutlio
; rlneil Huvlh'ot DiitMitudiiiK account,
I (Slyiiiiil) TANO HUM,
I MMH lly Mwik Hints,