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Will bo received ft the Olllee of tlio Road
Supervisor, in the Kapualwa Building un
til SATURDAY, Aiiril 8th, at 12 o'clock
noon, to furnish to tlio Jlonoluhi Road
Board, Shoeing for the Government Stock
for six months, commencing from April 8,
1813, nml onding October 8, lbUJ.
All bids must be embused, "renders for
Shooing Government Stock,"
Tho Road Board do not bind themselves
to necopt tho lowest or any bid.
By order of the Honolulu Kond Bo.ud.
W. 11. CL'MMlNGb,
Bond Supervisor, HuuoUtlu.
Honolulu, March 30, 1893.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-regls-tored
prior to July 1, 18')J, or they v 111 be
forfeited, and can theie.ifter bo appro
printed by any one.
Registration on Oaliu shall be made nt
the Interior Oillco.
On the othei Islands it lnll be done at
tho Olllr s of tho several Slioiills.
G. K. 1LCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Inrenor Olllee, Dee. 1, lb02. 6b')-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or thoso
p.ijlng Water Ratci, arc hereby notilled
that tho Hours for using water foi Irriga
tion purposes are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 4 toO o'clock v. v., until further notice.
JOHN G. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. D, lbSJJ.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to nnlhtr Sect nor Parly,
But Jintublihed for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, AP1UL 1, 1893.
A disclaimer on behalf of the Jap
anese Consul, of portions of an in
terview purporting to bo with him in
tho Chronicle, would havo appeared
to-day only that our columns wore
crowded when tho facts were re
ceived. Tho evening concertina in effect
declares that all tho talk of depriv
ing Hawaiians of their civil lights
was of the nature of bluff and
bounce. This admission w ould no
ver have been made if it had not
been that President Cleveland, on
taking oflieo, promptly took action
showing that he recognized tho
rights of tho Hawaiian people.
Before yesterday's edition was
through the press a delayed note
was received from Mr. Henrj C.
Carter, of tho Reform Club, New
York, taking tho same ground as
ourselves on tho matter of the ladies'
carrying of American flags with Ha
waiian to moot tho United States
Commissioner. Mr. Carter's note
concludes thus: '"As an American
and a Now York man, I think their
action a graceful tributo of respect
to my country and its representa
tive." So thought every sensible
man who viewed what was a boauti
Tho Advertiser learns with ill-con
cealed chagrin that it cannot run
tho Marshal's oilico under tho pre
sent incumbent aivy more than
uuder any of his predecessors. That
paper and tho hungry mob of which
it is tho mouthpiece succeeded in
worrying Mr. Ashley out of oilico
becauso ho would not do as thoj
ordered. Now they are told by
tho Attorney-General that Marshal
Hitchcock "is not a man who will
brook interference in his proper
oilico." How much snubbing can
tho bull-dozing organ stand before
it blends blushes with its bluster?
RESTORATION OF FLAG.
What niaj' bo tho full significance
of tho withdrawal of tho United
States Protoctorato wo are not at
present going to conjecture. We
only know what wo hopo the event
moans. It seems to indicate that
tho United States Government has
confidence in tho intelligence and
law-abiding character of tho Hawaii
an people. Possibly it is intended
as a tost of tho peaceable disposition
of Hawaiians. If so, wo believe thoy
will omergo houoiably from tho
crucible. Thoy have proved that
they wore not shamming, when, at
tho overthrow of their old form of
government, they assumed tho atti
tude of patiently abiding the result
of an appeal to the traditional mag
nanimity and senso of justice of f lie
great American nation. This restora
tion of tho flag purports, however, to
go no further than leaving nlniir.s
in tho state wherein thoy were found
when Minister StovonB proclaimed
the Protectorate two mouths ago.
It cannot be taken as a counter revo
lution, or encouragement of such,
by tho connivnnco of tho United
Slates representatives, Jtather do
we soo in it an intent ion on the part
of tho Uuitod States to remove all
impression of coorcion from tho
minds of tho Hawaiian people. It
looks like tho elimination of all olo
niouts of intimidation by tho strong
country toward tho weak one, Aud
this so as to clarify tho political at
mosphere, to permit a freo and un
oonshiiinud oxpiessiou ot Hawaiian
opinion, for tho enlightenment of
tho United States CoininisMoner, on
tho merits of tho question of annex
ation. Indeed, if the eent is view
ed in this light, it almost lomoves
the woul "annexation" out of tho con
troversy, substituting tlio question
of "honorable union" conjoined with
tho preservation of all the rights be
longing to all nationalities domi
ciled in these inlands. It should also
tako all pending negotiations out of
the atmosphoro of frietionnl and
unseemly haslo bitch as character
ized, first, the action of tho Provi
sional Government and, secondly,
that of President llariison's admin
istration. Whethei, pending tho
tesult of calm and deliberate nego
tiations by and on behalf of all par
ties concerned, an thing more than
the flag is to bo lestoied by Amotion
it would bo idle to guess. Modera
tion and patience on their part havo
been tho eauo of tho Hawaiians'
rescue from tho posture of a con
quered people. These same qualities
of moderation and patience will,
whatever their ultimate destiny, se
cure for Hawaiians a full measure of
LAWS OF CONTEMPT.
Mention was mado in tho news
columns of this paper some timo ago
of tho case of Charles M. Shortridge,
eimor oi tno aan uoso Aiorcury,
whom Judge W. G. Lorigau fined
.?100 for contempt of court. Tho al
leged contempt consisted in the edi
tor's publishing proceedings in a
divorce case contrary to tho express
older of tho court. Shortridge ap
pealed to the Supiomo Court. His
lawyer argued that the court had
exceeded its power in imposing the
fine; that civil courts havo jurisdic
tion over only thoso bi ought before
it by piocess of law, and that they
cannot act in conliavoutiou of tho
organic law of tho land, which
guarantees to every man free speech.
Tho light of tho press is absolute, it
was contended, except in cases whole
tho rights of third parties are con
cerned, as in libels, slanders and im
moralities. In this case tho public
morality was not endangered by a
truthful report of tho proceedings,
and therefore neither Judge Lori
gau's nor any court had a right
to punish Shortridge. As for tho
Judge's order that no newspaper
should publish tho testimony, tho
advocate held that for the icason
stated it had no force whatovor.
Counel for the respondent con
tended that tho couits woio clothed
with power in such cases to enjoin
silence on newspapers, in tho mte-
rest of public policy, and that the
right of a court to punish for a con
tempt of its order followed neces
sarily from that povvor. Moieovei,
it was claimed, tlio Supremo Court
had no jurisdiction to roviovv tho
judgment of the lower court in such
a cao, as tho povvor to punish foi
contempt inheres in every coinmon
law court. We havo not yet seon
tho decision of tho Supremo Couit
in this caso. Common-senso law
would bo that couits should be re
stricted to inflicting punishment for
contempt committed in tnoir pro
'once, w hero trial on the ev idonco
of witnesses would bo superfluous
and absuul, but with the full
right of appeal on which the
Judge's action should havo to bo
justified by tho evidence of disinter
ested witnesses. Tho possibility
should bo provided for, in such a
case as that of the San Joso editor,
that tho Judgo might bo favoiing if
not committing crime by aibitrary
fiction against which tho alleged
contempt was a protest. Judges are
human. Pioccedings by suinmarv
means, to punish contempts com
mitted either upon courts or legisla
tive bodies, havo a distinctly cow
ardly and tyrannical aspect in all
cases where tho alleged contempt
contains features bringing it within
the scope of laws piovided against
other offonsos, such as libol, .sedition
etc. Tho power of punishing for
contempt assumed Ivy courts and
legislatures, more particularly whoro
tho right of appeal to a higher
couit or a jury is denied, is a groat
deal more than half a survival of the
worst forms of absolute gov orninont.
The many cases of rhoumntisni
cured bv Chamberlain's Pain Balm
dining the past few mouths have
given the people great confidence
111 its curative pioporlios, aud havo
shown that there is one prepaiation
that can bo depended upon for that
painful and aggravating disease.
Honakei Bros., Lorain, Ohio, saj :
"Mr. Moso-i Price, of this place, was
troubled with ihouniatisni fora long
time. Ciiambeilaiii'b Pain Balm has
cured him. Ho sijs that the Balm
has no equal." Foi sale by all deal
ers. Benson, Smith k Co., agents
foi the Hawaiian Islands.
Tho following limned aro booked
at tho ollleo of W. Ci. Irwin A: (Jo. to
luuvu l3 tho S. H, .Maiiposa duo on
tlio iltli iiifit. for Sun Frmioihi'o: .Mihs
L. A. Jirovvn, J. Dai train, -Miss iloil
brim, J2. V. Uhuroh, Olivur Orr,
Junius Elliinan, iIanio.s A Parish mid
vvifo, JJ. 0. Kuoiuli, W. JSvmiH, W.
D. Brothorton, J. 1 Coutur, (1.
Kiohmdri, 0. It. Emoriith, K. JJ, Mit
tloton, vvifu mid child.
ANNEXATION ON KATJAI.
Enthusiastic Mooting at Koalia
Mombors Enrolled- Kcnlin
uoxation Club Formod.
A largo and enthusiastic mooting
composed principally of nntives,
with a gonoiousspiinkling of Portu
guese among thorn, was hold at K.
P. Hall, Koalia, Thursday evening,
March JlOth. Many prominent Ha
waiians from dilloiont paits of tho
Islands woio present. At "'to o'clock
the meeting was called to older by
Mr. Win. liassie, who in his usual
piquant stylo explained the object
of the meeting. Mr. Geo. Mtindon
(native), upon being elected tempor
ary chan man, then aUlroseu tho
natives. Ho explained the object for
which thov had been called touethor.
leading iu Hawaiian the communi
cation f loin the Oaliu Annexation
Mr. Geo. 11. Fairchild was ap
pointed tenipoiaiy secretary.
Nominations for Piesidont being
in order, Mr. Win. Blaisdoll was
unanimously elected to that oilico.
Mr. Geo. Mtindon was appointed
Hawaiian, and Mr. John Mauool Por
tuguese iuterpiotor, and tlio entire
business of tlio evening was conduct
ed in tho threo languages.
Tho President, Mi. Blaisdoll, in
his lovv-toned iluoney, tlionoxplained
tho object of tlio gat boring to bo tho
marshalling of tho forces here, or a
banding together of all thoso in
sympathy with, or in favor of tho
annexation of the Hawaiian Islands
to Uio United States of Amotion,
into a body to bo known as the Koa
lia Annexation Club. Ho briefly
called attention to the marvelous
growth, power and wealth of tho
Gieat Republic of which it is pro
posed to maKotlieso Islands a part
not by force of nrin-, as sho is
abundantly able to do if so disposed,
but by tho freo will of tho people,
thereby sustaining the reputation
for justice she lias so long onjoved
and of which all tiuo Americans are
so justly pi oud. Then in a few well
chosen words ho set foith (lie ninny
great advantages that would accrue
to all classes by annexation.
Mr. Geo. II. Fairchild, being tho
only nominee for Secietary, was
dulj elected to that oilico.
President Blaisdoll then appointed
a committee of live on organization,
constitution and bylaws, viz.:
Messrs. H. C. Spalding, Win. Eassie.
b. . Hundloy, Geo. Mtindon and
John Mnuoel. Tho report of this
committee icttiining from consulta
tion was load and adopted, the con
stitution and Inlaws being similar to
tho-eof the Oaliu Club. Tho fol
lowing ollicers wore then oleeted:
Vice-Presidents; J. Lola, R. C.
Spalding, J. Xeal, J. M. Kcaloha. S.
Loeutivo Committee: Geo. Mun
don, H. Z. Austin, J. E. Kekola, S.
G. King, P. Miguel.
Enioilinont Committee: W. II.
Williams, p. B. Smith, Keliiuui.
Tho rolls weio then opened and
upward of a bundled names entered
thereon about half of which weio
native. The meeting then adjoin nod
until one week fiom date.
The enlii e proceedings w oie order
ly throughout and a unity of 'enti
inent piovniled. Zio.
Koalia, March .'50. 1S93.
Statement by Chamberlain Robert
son on Behalf of tho Queen.
We are requested by Major
Robortson, Hoi Majesty's Chamber
lain, to say, that tho statements in
yesterdays Advertiser and Star,
intimating an unusual, and suspi
cious gat hoi ing of natives at Wash
ington Place during tho last few
nights, are misleading and incorrect.
Major Robeitson furnishes tho fol
"Since the lolirement of the Queen
to Washington Place, theio has
noor been .111 undue gatheiingof
people. Those persons icported to
have been "-wii on the premises,
were, in all probability, tho retai 1101s
and servants of (lie Queen. An one
versed with tlio Hawaiian customs,
knows veiy well that the Hawaiian
chiefs alvwys havo a number of
peoplo living on their estate.
"The Provisional Government and
t huii guards- can lest assiued anil
feel poileetlv easy, when I say that
tiiero is not anjone at Washington
Place, or in sympathy with tho
Queen, w ho has fired a shot at any
of the guards while on dutj', or
wishes to shoot .1113' of them.
"Tho Queen, on behalf of her
peoplo and herself, has submitted,
through a Commissioner, Hoi case
to tho President aud government of
the United States, (whose Coinmis-
.liouer is now lierol, and she and thov
Manor is niivv uurui, mm miu uiiu uio.v
that Coiiiniissionoi'b visit hmo, mid
tho decision ol tho United Statos
'Why do not tho party ropreMint
t'd by thoso two piipoiri aut in a
Minilar Clirihtiuu-liko way? Is it
not about timo that thoy stopped
punting hiieli viHfing inniioiidos
and unkind epiossious aaiiibt tho
'WI1011 tho 'inanagoniont' of tho
Advoitirior and Star attond divino
hoivico to-morrow, East or Sunday,
to h'ui;,' their praibos to Uod, it ib to
bo sineoroly hoped that thoy will
cast a glauuo at tho povv which was
occupied bj tho Queon on Dedica
tion Sunday, and silently otl'or a
prajor to tho Lord, to ivo Her
kI length to bear up with all tho 1111
kindness thoy havo meted out to Uor
during tlio past week"
Tho 111010 Olianiburlaiu'b Cough
Honied ib lined tho hotlci it is lilted.
Wo know of no other remedy that
nlvvnyb gives b.itisfaction. It is good
vvlion 3011 first cat eh cold. It is
good when jour cough ibbeated and
join lungs mo soro. It is good in
any kind of a cough. Wo huvo bold
twentj five doen of it and ovorv
bottle litis given satisfaction, Ktcil
iiiaii iV Fiiednian, druggists, Minno
bota Lake, .Minn. HO cout bottles
for sale by all dealers. Jioiixou,
Smith - Co., agents for tho Hawai
special services will bo hold in
Throo Othor Crows.
1 here w ero three cronkers on a tree,
We nro all iiirioiuidcd,
And thoyvvoro blnek as crows could bo,
We nro nil surrounded.
One vns nn antiquated old M. D.,
Another christemd Wnltcr G.,
A "local" liinn without idin.
Go carry the news to Mnry.
They croaked as loud ns they imiltl oroak,
Wo nro all suriounded,
"Wo think 'twould boa hatidomo joke,"
Wo nro nil surrounded,
"To down the Dmi.y Bui i r.Ti.x,!'
Admiring friends put up the 'tin,'
Tho trio with a gkcful grin,
Said, "carry the nows to Mar.v."
'I hoy circulated on tho stieet,
Wo nro all surrounded,
Tluir stupid maim ihl sheet,
Wo nro all surrounded.
Tor annexation they did stream,
it was nooui tlielr only uiemc,
'llieir rivalry wn hut a dream.
Go carry the news to Mary.
They found that editorial dash,
Wo aio all sn nounded,
Was valueless without cold cash,
Thov were nil dumb-founded.
l'n nuot tho ii roll of cieh week.
Tor help could not MibsNt on check,
And as thoy marked their traps
Swoie, "Wo will be confounded."
.STit-G vzi it.
Bankruptcy Windup Wrong: Im
Befoio Judge Whiting to-day thoro
was a healing of a petition for dis
charge by (.'. Bolto, assignoo of Tom
Gow, banki upt. Tho assignee's ac
counts were approved, a division of
funds pic-cribed, and, on piesonta-
tiou of leceipts for final dividends,
the dischaige of tho assignoo was
ordered. C. Brown for petitioner.
In the report of Court matters a
few davs ago, thoro was an item
liablo to be misconstrued to privato
disadvantage. J. S. Emerson was
stafeil to liiivo rendered a report of
a commission fulfilled, to mako a
partition of tho Pedro estate, in
w hich he sold a piece of land for
.flOO. His bill of 5.U1.B0 for expenses
was noted in tho item. This was
not for the mere soiling of the land,
however, but for tho partition of an
ctato valued at 5232S.80. Tho S100
sale was only an incident in tho
business, and nearly half of the bill
of expenses mentioned went to pay
attorney's fees, stamps, etc.
Elder S. S. Beavor7of McAllister
ville, Juuiatta Co.. Pa., says his wife
is subject to cramp in tho stomach.
Last summer sho tried Chninbor
lain's Colic, Cholera aud Diurihwa
Remedy for it, and was much pleas
ed with the speedy relief it afford
ed. Sho has sinco used it whenever
necessary and found that it nevor
fails. For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents for the
J. W. McDonald, propiiotor of the
City Shooing Shop, announces lie
can bo communicated with by Mutu
al Telophouo No. -10'J, and Mr. H.
Lose will continue to collect for
We have selected two 01
Croup, three lines from letters
freshly received from pa
rents who have given German Syrup
to their children in the emergencies
of Croup. You will credit these,
because they come from good, sub
stantial people, happy 111 finding
what so many families lack a med
icine containing no evil drug, which
mother can administer with con
fidence to the little ones in theii
most critical hours, safe and sure
that it will carry them through.
Kn L Wii.nrs.of Mrs. Jas W. Kirk,
Alma, Neb I cue it Diuehtcrs' College.
to my children when
troubled with Croup
and ueer saw any
prepirition act like
it It is simply mi
raculous narKKWUurg, Ky. 1
have depended upon
it in at jicks of Croup
with mv little diuh
ter, and find it an in-
Fully oue-h.ilf of our customers
are mothers who use Boschee's Ger
man Syrup among their children.
A medicine to be successful with the
little folks must be a treatment for
the sudden and terrible foes of child
hood, whooping cough, croup, diph
theria and the dangerous inflamma
tions of delica .e throats and lungs.
By Jas. F. Moigan.
rt i (i iini 1 TPriin I n
(! HI III IliN I II l I In
UUUU 11UJ UkJlULlUk)
THERE WILL RE faOLD AT l'UULK'
On SATURDAY, April 8, 1893,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
Auitiou Room of JAB. 1 MOR
GAN, Queen tttreut,
in mi n iv '
Ml illlll- I lllllll ll illl.l
Lvlm? on tho Main Road between Hon.
I'Iiiih. L. Hopkins' premises and Mr, Mae
farlano's ihirn, anil formeilv Known as
(1, V. Kiaweumahl's premises. The-u
Lots urn the
Best Unsold Lots in tlie City !
A vi'i) (.'nod opportunity to get
Tei'ma are EJasy I
tff Deeds at the expense of the pur
( 1 insure,
tW For fuithur particulars uppb t
WILLIAM 0, AC1II.
Honolulu, April 1, Ib'JJ. U'JU-Ut
Hawaiian Harflware Go., L'fl
Saturday, April J, 1S03.
The rather unexpected ar
rival of Mr. Blount augurs well
for the early settlement of the
difficulties which beset the
business men of Hawaii at
this time, and he is welcomed
to Paradise with that same
fervor which characterizes the
land boomer in his reception
of a railway surveying corps.
Mr. Blount comes as the re
presentative of the greatest
republic on earth; he comes
untrammeled by selfish inter
ests and with no desire to
favor one side or the other.
Upon his report will depend
the future welfare of the peo
ple. That his decision, after
a careful review of the situa
tion, will be just no one has a
right to question, that he will
be honest in the expression of
his convictions is not to be dis
puted by anyone who has ever
lived in the United States, for
Mr. Blount is a Southerner;
nothing more is necessary to
commend him to the prover
bial hospitality of the Hawaiian
By this time the needs ol
the country have been brought
to his attention, and he no
doubt realizes the necessity
for careful inquiry into the
status of affairs and the causes
which precipitated the revolu
tion. He knows that prompt
action is necessary and has
probably been silting up nights
working out a solution to the
problem while the average
patriotic citizen has been snor
ing away the hour alloted to
his "first nap."
The requirements of the
merchant will be compared
with those of the planter and
plans laid for their future pros
perity. The interests of one
person or class of persons will
not be considered to the detri
ment of others, nor will the
claims of one political faction
receive one iota more of Mr.
Blount's attention than an
other. Sentiment will cut no
figure in the settlement of the
difficulty; if in the honorable
gentleman's opinion, the in
terests of the Hawaiian people
may be best served by their
being taken under the wing of
the national bird ot freedom,
the wing will be raised to re
ceive them, and no power un
der the blue canopy of heaven
can pull it down until it pleases
the bird to relax. On the
other hand, if Mr. Blount be
lieves that the intelligence of
the people here is of that high
order that would warrant their
independence and self-government,
or that it would not be
a paying investment for the
United States to assume con
trol of the Islands, brass
bands, gee-gaws, or the flaunt
ing of additional banners would
be no inducement for the en-
voy to change his mind. Mr.
Ulount is from the South.
Unfortunately, the "balmy
breezes of Hawaii," have been
off on a tantrum and are show
ing a tendency to be real bad
just when such distinguished
visitors touch our shores, and
when they should be showing
off to a good advantage. But
they'll come around all right
and Mr. Blount will have am
ple opportunity to express his
admiration of our climate just
as he will to proclaim the me
rits of the "Hendry Breaker."
They use plows in Georgia
but none like ours, just plain
There seenis to be a boom
in the paint business. New
houses are being erected and
old ones titivated up to look
like new; it's the paint that
does it and we seem to be
supplying the mateiidl. Peo
pie go where they can get the
best for the least money, and
our store fills the bill in the
paint line as it does in every
thing else, Lamps, Haviland
Ware and Cutlery. I lave you
ever noticed it?
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite tjprec'lcelu' llloelt,
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
HAVE JUST OPENED OUT
Sa.la.ds . .
loo Buoltets .
a Royal Worcester
LAHGi: ASS01WMRNT OF
General Crockery and Glassware !
French Center I2.-u.gs,
Freiicli Sofa Kugs,
French. Door Rugs,
French Stair Carpets Iu Latest Designs, French Iron Beds, Doublo and Single; Baby Cots
Sets of Telescopic Card and Fancy Tea Tables !
Basket Trunks, Stoainor Trunks, Woodon Trunks.
TO 0LBA.K OUT CONSIGNMENT
Jt . 0. T1-.,l!U TlJnnln ARE OFKKHED
AlIlOMitUl d MglliUl
Corner Fort 5e
C3- Tt j5l IST XD
Opening of Spring Goods !
i:x "AusntAUA." and "i n.
A Handsome I.uu1 of New Designs in
1'ANOY SATEEN b, bllADED SIUC HITEC'IS
The Latest Cloth in
WASH MATERIAL (CHALLY EJTEl'TS
I nlest Designs
INDIA DRAPERIES, .flj-INl'H WIDE
5 . ZED ZE3Z JrL Jli X CZ2 ZEd.
Corner Fort aud Hotel Sts.,
To Lot or Loaso.
ROOMS TO LET.
rpV0 NICELY KUR
JL nished Rooms jt No.
4 Garden Lane, vcr, rea
NEW HOUSE OF riVE 4 ji -
room-), on Magazine ffiScJnl
atreet, with Jiathioom, pat- iiaHiSflL
ent W. C. etc. Commands jg".lfiSSj-
onc of the linest view a m Honolulu. Apply
ONE IH.0CIC l'ROM RE
ritanii struct uirs, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tuue of fei Rooms. Lirce
Lot, btable and Clucken House. Anplj to
1. u. Mijiiii,
at Hawuiiuu Hardware Co.'s store.
TO LET OR LEASE
rpHECOi'TAQE AT NO.
X JJ8 KIhk street, lately
occupied bj Mi. M. b. U-vy,
containiiii: ilkilieoins. Par
lor, JJiiung-room, Jvitcntn aim ji.ituroom;
Stable in .v.ird; Aitcsian Watei laid on.
Tor pirticiil.ir and terms, applv to
01 5-tf ut E. O. Hall it Sons'.
ehen, Small llaulvjard and i 1 1 iiiuSL.
side entrant e, at piesent sii'S2S"
occupied as . i saddleiy sbop by .lose Dins,
in the businesn .irt of the tuwn nml cen
tralis loentid. 1 or pnrtidllais npplj to
JOSE HI As',
On the premi-.es oi bj Utlei
Wnihilvii, M.iieh -'I
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETlNdOl' THE
btnoMioldoiM of the Iiitcr-lcland
hleam Navigation Co., (L'd), held this
da.v, the follow lug Olllterii mid Dheetors
u u re eltetcd for the ensuing jcni .
W. R. (lodfioj . President,
.1. Eua . . Vice-President,
. 11, McLean . .. rscuctarj,
.1. L. Mol.ian . Tieasurer,
T. V. Hohion .... Auditor.
no vim hi miii'droitrti
W. II. (lodfrey. .1. Ena, (1. N. Wlhox
W. 0. biulth, V. A. richaufer.
W. II. MoLEAN,
Pceiutan I. 1, h. N, Co,
Honolulu, II. lMaieh'Jl, t!i.
OOSITION A8 ROOK KEEPER OR
JL Clerk, either In town or on iduiitn-
tion. Aiitirumi "it.," mm oincu,
Jay'1 vv" .
A CHOICE DI&l'LAY OF
Etc Etc. Etc.
hhyant" i have received
i lew 100
onuipil out nnrt
Honolulu, H. I.
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
w ith Pleasant
forniPilv the residence of the late H. J.
Hart, situate on Nuuanu Avenue helovv
School atreet. Terms easy. G23-tf
NOTE Doforo seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan onr
column, and to at oneo consult the undor
aiuntd at their olllee.
y-Ve keep property in first-class con
V ' . - ''?-- r nn
dition. Our term!) are moderate and as
::i:, i-'"7 i"--. "-'
able in our dealings.
tjSf Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
VIM. JIB OIVEN DY THE
H. 1. H. MAD
TOR PURPOSE WELL-KNOWN
On Saturday Evening, April 1st,
AT 7:10 O'CLOCK.
Among thnu who will Kindly assist
MLSS M. ATKINSON,
MISS H. MAOKARLANE,
Mlbh I NOLTE,
MR. 1 M. ENGLISH,
MR. 0. BOOTH,
THE HAWAIIAN NATIONAL BAND,
W TirUetn me on Mile at M. Moln
ernv'H, T. (J. 'ihiuiii'H Iloukstnro, Ellto
Ifu'Uicnui PailoM and of members of tho
Regs to notify the public that ho has re
ceived per 8, B. "Monowai" an
Elegant AHHortiuent of
Ladles', Children's & Gent's
Boots fjf4 Shoes
NOTICE OF SALE,
rpiIE ITNDERhliiNEI) HERiyi'OPORK
X iloitiK htlrlilotiK at Ilonolcaii, Hawaii,
Iiiih iIiIk da miM his nut Ire Htoel; of Mer
i'liiiiiilUi. Hortes, Cuttle, t'arU, lluildlni;H,
mid Hook AiToinUe of wluiUouver nature
to K'woiik Yen ChmiK, wlio U alone autho
rlitd to collect out. tandliik' iu emiiitH,
(blgnutt) TAN1 HUE.
iW-lvv y Music IIIii.