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Will boncilwd rt tin- Olllioof the lioml
buponi'Mir, lu the Kupiriiwa Itullding un
til SATUKDAY, Apill Stli, tit IJoVlooU
noon, to furni-di to tlio Honolulu Kontl
Hoaul, Klioilng foi thf flovi'ininiMit Moek,
forsK mouths, loiiinunring from Aprils,
IS'N, anil ending October S, l.'H.
All bids mutt ho endowd, " loiidi'is for
Shoeing Government StoeK."
Thu 111 mil Ho ml lo not hind thotni'li"
to incept the lowest or .m hid.
Hv order uf the Honolulu Woad Ho ml.
V. 11. CtJMMlMtb,
Homl SupciUor, Honolulu.
Honolulu, MiiH'h Al, 1W)J.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BKANDS.
All llrnnds nni-d, hj law, he re-ii'gN-tercd
prior to Julj 1, IS'II, or tlu will he
forfeited, and cm thou ifter ho uppio
printul by am one.
Registration on Onbu "hill he made at
On the othei 1-lands It dull he done at
tho Olhc s of the smoral ShuM".
Minister of the Interior.
InuAior Olllec, Dee. 2. 1V)J. o0-tf
Holder- of Watei 1'iiviligi-, or tho-o
ujing Water Kale, ale !iiteb. notilled
that the Horns foi u-ing water foi Irnga
tlon purposes are from 0 to S o eloek . M,,
anil 1 toOoVloek p.m., until ftirthet notke.
JOHN C. HUH,
Sttpt. Honolulu Watei Works.
0. N. Wnio,
Mml-tii of the Interior.
Honolulu, 11. I., .I.m. i'i, WIS.
lit of 511 piMcont, junl a
cannot ho (U'tci-ti'il.
FACT VS. FICTION.
Truthful Sketch of Muttors Connoot
oil With tho "Lnto Unplcnsiuit
ucoj" anil tho Piosont Situation.
Mis. McKoiKtio of Snntn Cm. ,
oonuiluiiiotl lli.tt Uu" .itulK" nl llio 1
lalo dims Tan in California oun-I l ant not "iro Mint tlio MtpporttM
looked an itnpurlal ( Uini"o liimin 1 of tho Pio'wimial Uovoiniiiont will
sho wnl thoiv. o itli-ntly taklnij it j aK"' to bo jutlgcil by llii' ordinary
r i i!.i .r .,., .,i,i i," 'I'I,,, ' hi k's of i-nlii'iiiii. Hut it l'uiiis to
for tho "ltd o an ,1.1 Mine. he nu) 1(at (, m(i , U() Im,as ham
bione was taken at tho loot ol ihi' jut at i)ii"-ont. Ofi-ouw it is an
lSnipeun's suiuiuei palaeo by tho "oasi, mtitter w lion olio is wi'll-arnu'il
bVoiii-h, and, tho imh thing of its ami I'l-tunnoU
Hawniian Harfiware Co., L'i
kind known, had not its iittal in
t ho nni'-ouins of liuiopo. Hottor
nrtiolos than iniiioiial Chinese
biones often fail to i'rmo leeogni
tion in this woild. P.itiiotisin, with
all tho other ohio ii tiios piled
aiound it, H'otns to bo tho tno-t dilli
oult aitielo of identilioalion in Ho
nolulu, to judge by the wails of
thoo claiming to bo tho nio-d lilting
eaudidatob foi its oailii'-d rowauK
Is it beeauso their metal U too liuicli
liko old loo niateii.u aftoi the
Miitilitudo of tho Santa Cm, lad
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
l'hibjul t' n ilhi r bed nor l'titty,
Hut r.vUihlhhi d for Hip Knit lit o) All.
.MONDAY, AIM.IL 3. IWXi.
A sub-eribor to tho Star, aftoi
reading its Saturday's, ifcsue, suggests
that its naino should be changed to
Tho Hawaiian Hag looks well ou
tho GoMTinnout building. It jii'-t
mits this ear of jubiloo foi Hawai
Tho Stai is quite helpful to the
Adeiti-er. instead of "padding"'
tho morning paper can now (ill up
with contiadictioiib of tho ''news"
of its e ening accomplice.
Tho artillery. ajs tho btar, "had
stood behind tho oluntcoisl'wilh a
gatling gun and two llotchkiss
pieces tiained on tliociowdiu the
Jml0" ATl...f ., nl. ..-.., Jirlif f,ir I
tho United States Coniniissioner,Mr.
Blount, who war in that crowd!
The toiriblo gatling at tho foot of
tho staii in the Go eminent build
ing, which has eiod its purpose
with tho twin oigans to holp out
their intended fal-o alaims, has leoii
pulled a'-ido and tucked undoi its
blanket in a cross conidor.
' Citien," in a calm and cool stylo,
punctures bubbles of slandei blown
by tho revolutionary party. Nothing
could weaken tho cause of annexa
tion more, in the oyos of the United
Statob now on the islands, than tho
wretched fabrications legardiug the
Queen renewed with increased
venom and olunie the past few days
which arc bound to bo exposed and
refuted to tho utter confusion of
Tho Aihoitisei of Satuida quotes
extracts from a puipnitcd intoniow
with .Mr. I'tijii, Diplomatic Agoiit of
Japan, by a lopiosonlatno of tho
San Piancisco Chioniclo. Ir. 1'ugii
has coin eyed to tho Bru.niv a dis
claimer of sL.oial of tho epiot
sions attiibuled to him. He is 10
piesontedby the Chronicle as say
ing: '".My Government is not altogether
pleased with tho treat mont given
Jaoauoso subiects in tho United
States, and it does not dewio to ex
pose the largo .lapanoso opulatioii
hoio to similar disadvantages and
"With 1eg.11 d to the foiegoing, the
Diplomatic Agent said such an uttei
anco liom him would have boon an
unwaii.mtable libeity. It make
liun say things about the relations
between .lapan and tho Unitid
Stales which ho is not in a position
to say. The most friendly iclations
exist between the two count lies.
There may bo some fiiction in Jali
furnia ovei the anival of .)npaue-e
inimigiauts, but it is entiioly local.
.Mr. Imjii is avv.uo of having con
versed with lepiosentativos of Amei
lcan papers, and admits ho mention
ed a claim ou behalf of .l.ipineso
lcsidoiits to equal lights with other
foicign s. Jt is tme tliat his Gov
ernment desiics that its people
should be "leg.uded as civ ilied be
ings, and not as cluldien 01 bai
barians." Again, the Chioniclo leprcscnts
Mi. Kujii as saying:
'So serious is the view t.d en of
this matter by my Go' eminent that
scleral (hst-class es-cls ofwai will
be sent to Honolulu providing any
purpo-o is dov eloped to confine the
ballot to the classes now vested witli
it or to lofu-e it to Japanese while
conferring it upon othei foreign
CIS." To this the reply of the Diplomatic
Agent is that it is simply impossi
ble that he should have uttered such
a tlneat. It is wholly out of his
province to make any such remarks,
and as a matter of fact ho said noth
ing to any icpoitei which could be
constmed into the sentiments quot
ed. Since Mi. Fujii communicated
these contradictions to lis, he is ro
poited 111 the Advoitier as giving a
complete denial to mora and wor-o
statements, regaiding (lie attitude
of tho Japanese Government, which
woio published in Sat 111 day's Stai.
to assume tho lan
guage ol conscious siiengi n, mu u
is coitain thai their actions do not
hut mniiipo with their utterances
Thoto tue tho words of tho sluing,
tho-o the acts of tho m knowiedged
The vice-piosident of tho annexa
tion club assured tho Aineiican
Commissioner that that club repre
sented tho intelligence of tho coun
try. Nevertheless, when tho Star
makes its liist appcaianco wo learn
that its piojectois have looked in
vain down the lists of hungty an
nexationists claiuoiing foi other
men's shoos, and liually have to 011
irauo the sot vices of a gentleman
newly tu lived troui San Francisco to
teach this country how to think of
its own allaiis. and what to do.
btiango coininentaiy on tho repie-
A judicial decision, alliuning the
validity of a by-law granting a sub
sidy to tho Buiiard Inlet and Frasei
Valley Railway, gives tho Noithein
Pacific Kail way an entiy into Van
couver, Jk C. This In oaks a mono
poly of tho Canadian Pacific Rail
way, an ovi n't containing a 111010 ra
tional soit of "retaliation" than that
of President Harrison, which hint
citions as much as it did tho alien
corporation. Jt's carrying the wai
Ladies of the Hawaiian Women's
Patriotic League wont aiound
amongst tlioii male acquaintances
early on Satuiday moining, gutting
them to promi-o tltat thoy would
Trot Them Out!
Editor Bt tlltim
Foi tho first time we agree with
tho cditoiial of tins morning's Ad
vertiser, wheiein it is said that ''if
tho P. G. wishes to make any dis
play oftheveiy ample force which
Is oeuiuii 11, ini ik swc.ii 111 mu iiifiii
boi.sof the Annexation Club as a mili
tary le-eive. The two thousand
men (1) who already belong to that
oig.miation will make a veiv 10
spectable 1.0 military backing for a
government of tho sio of little Ha
waii." Yes, sir, quite light! Tiot
thorn out, and let the public, and
more especially Cominissionei
Blount, see who is who! Let us see
how many aio 111011 among tho-e
boasted 20(H)! And let us also see
how many aio cluldien fioni f yeais
old upward, who have been made to
sign on tho colebiated toll without
I ...,...:.w i I.n4 4li.ii u uni rlVinir ntwl
i.ii . IvIIIJW 11IU. 1WI1L lliut i;iw iiiium vm
not clieor or mnko other uomonira- Il)h wll-(JOl th(, pu,,,,,,,,! 1 their
tion at tho restoration of tho Ha- j parents. Lot us see how many war
waiian Hag. If tho male annexation-1 nois would come fioin tho niinorn
ists showed as much gumption as , niustoied in Punahou College, how
the ladies who are leagued foi their I fc nt "ffll lS
children's rights, they would lonipol thc chiklroii ate Mipposod to bo
their morning and evening oigans to ' taught elemoiitaiy instruction and
sentativo intollitrenco of Honolulu
Nor is this all. Instead of arming
this gentleman with political fact,
it seems that the piojectois of this
papei have ponied into his ear a
deluge of unwoithy gossip. If I
may gathei fioni his wiitings tiie
nature of his iusti notions 1 should
suppose that the whole question was
to be decided on a point of poisonal
intogiity and molality.
1 decline to cousidei the wisdom,
taste or decency of this their chosen
line of assault, much less will I
pause to considei how an attempt at
retaliation would answei. 1 nioioly
wisiiioi tne uioinoni oiiipiiaucaoy 10
pio et against this mode ol warfare.
lthout adniittingono single chaigo
1 maintain that, oven if tine, "an
cient histoiv" go-sip cannot alloct
the question as it now stands be
tween the Queen of Hawaii and tho
1'iovisional Government. Tho fact
that the leading annexationists have
allowed their wives and daughteis
fieely to sock tho royal favoi. that
tliey'havo given receptions and pat
ties" in honor of llei .Majesty, this
fact. 1 iiv, establishes beyond ques
tion that the annexationists them
selves do not believe in theii hearts
the unspeakable calumnies they
utter against the Queen; 01, if they
do, they owe an apology to then
wives and daughteis, and ought to
be ashamed ol themselves.
Tt is claimed that tho annexationist-,
aio in the great maioiity
amongst the intelligent. On the
othei hand, I saw in the Advertisei
not long ago, an indignant com
plaint against tho Government for
letaiuing in ollico those who vveie
opposed to annexation. The list
was leally a revelation. Theio was
seated v a bianch of tho public sei
vice, it would seem, which was not
in the hands of tho enemy, the
Customs, the Board of Health, tho
Inteiioi ollico. tho Police, all was
wiong. U cannot no sain ui.u an
these appointments weie in the
hands of incapable men. I was re
minded of (he account given of the
eaily Chiistians by Pliny the Youn
ger, '"They aio in tho field, in the
camp, in thecouils. nay you will liud
them in the temples of the immor
tal gods. ho these loyalists seem
to peimoato this community, in spite
of the declaration that t lie Piovi
sioiial Government has the support
of the intelligence of Honolulu.
I sinceioly hope that when the in
vestigation is made and tho "analy
sis'' (whatever that piofound word
may imply in this question), the
United States commissioner will not
be led to suppose that intelligence
is I lie monopoly of the Piovisional
Government and its abettois. Ow
ing to the position assumed by tho
United States' loices the late gov
ernment did sunendor its arms and
ammunition. It was confident that
i.ur olay without favor would bo
given to both sides. Had it not been
foi tho American t loops tho P10
visional Government would never
have come into existence. It behaves
to-day as if it woio wielding a right,
tho outcome of its own prowess and
valor. It is custouiaiy to speak of
thoso wlio stood by tho maiiues
fioni the Boston as hoioes, viheieas,
111 Until, had it not been for the
Aineiican uiaiiuos, they would have
lieoii ui tested by the police and
locked up. However, the suiiendoi
of aims does not imply the abandon
ment of intelligence and solf-iospoet.
Personal abuse and the ultei.uice of
unwoithy gosip do not always lead
to success. Lot tho case be settled
on its meiits. The witticism of
speaking of the Queen as Mis. Doni
uiis is not likely to punoke so much
as a smile on the laces ol those who
have some legaid foi tho piopiieties
ol life. Cmus.
A White Man Cleans Out a Jap
anoso Wivtchmakor's Shop.
The little stand on the corner of
lleretania and Nuunuu sheets, foi-
morly a soda stand, was opened
Shido and a number of silver watches
wore nonred in on llllll for repairs.
Between 12 and I o'clock to-day,
while Shido was doing something in
tho roar of his little shop, a man
named William Wilson, evidently
under tho infliieneo of liquor, 011
tered the shop and picked up
twenty-sovon watches and stowed
them' away in different pockets.
This operation of course caused tho
pockets to bulge out and people
wondered what was in the mans
pockets as ho walked (low 11 the street,
.inilir.xnf Hut .1 .id's sin nriso when
on reluming to tho fiont ho found
his shop was bare. Ho immediately
gave an alarm and went to the Sta
tion to report his loss.
In the meant iino Wilson walked
around to Fort street and when ho
was near tho Pantheon Stables a
polico ollicor spied 0110 of tho chains
hanging out of his pocket and ai
res) ed him on suspicion. The man
resisted but another cop at riving ho
was taken to tho Station. Shido
was (hero when the man arrived and
identified tho watches. There woio
1 hi ass, o nickel and l'J silver watches
and 0 silver eases and 7 brass and
silver chains. These woro found in
tho pockets of his tiousors and coat.
Wilson is a stranger here, having
only been in tho country about two
months. Whether the theft of tho
watches was deliboiatdy planned,
or whether the liquet was its sudden
inspiration, cannot bo said. Never
theless Wilson's prospects
"steady job" are good.
Meat 011 the
Tho Pacific Wheelmen hold their
third meet on Satuiday aTtei noon
on the King sheet couie, tho shoot
in the vicinity being lined with peo
ple. The liist raco for the cham
pionship, ono-inilo eoui-o, was won
handilv bv II. A. Giles in 2in. 'M Jl-o
sec, Walker second and Dexter
thiid. Giles wins the medal twice,
and it will become hispiopoity if ho
wins it again. Giles woio the My 1 tie
Boat Club eolois, and his fellovv
oaisinen aio jubilant thereat.
There woio five contestants in the
next lace, which was a half-mile
(lash. T. P. Cummins ctosiod the
tape liist, followed by A. L. C. At
kinson. Time, lin. 2isec.
Tho thiid lace, qiiaitei-niilo dash,
was won atrain by II. A. Giles in the
fast time ol 2." .' rsoo., V. M. Bush
Tho fouith event was a Kico for
boys undei thiiteen yeais of age,
and proved exciting. H.Caitwiight,
J 1., and Goto Nacayainaniado a gal
lant light for liist place, the foimor
passing his opponent within a few
yauls of tho tape. Time, 2!)sec.
Tho last raeo was between K. A.
Dexter, II. A. Giles and II. E. Wal
ker for a h.ilf-inilo ru. Dexter
covoied the couiso in voiy quick
time, leaving Giles a few yards be
hind him, and Walker a close thiid.
Lieutenant Young of the U. S. S.
Boston and Mr. Phillips acted as
judge and. timekeeper lospectivoly.
abstain from hying to make the
situation as irritating as possible.
not politics), how many al-o liom
tho Kamohameha Industrial School,
wheio the money lofl by tho last of
the Kainehainelias lor giving a uso
lul training to young Jlawaiiaus is
used by a labid' politician to teach
them to be disloyal to their laeo
and count 1 ! Lot us finally see how
Mr. Allen, superintendent of the
Butte and Boston Mining Co., opoi
ating in Montana, wiote to the
SiK.rnf nrv ,f "slnlii of tin Cnited
Slates lately, onering to make any ' ' among those ,s-,i,.d 2t)lK)aie
....i f 1. i...,i.. .si..,. ,ii grown-up men, legally entitled to
amount w, ...;.. .,.,. .,.. the light (r vole undei the ConMl-
lars for ninety cents apiece than are ( tution which has not yet been abio
nt present in use. He said he would gated, and how iiitiuy aio only buds
put 100 grains of pine silvoi in each of passage lecently arrived, without
dollar, instead of grains as con- $m , J'-l.ary
tamed 111 the present dollai. An- I fo?ti,0 b()n j(), ()f ,.asily killing time
other thing he would do is to 1111111- , by imnying a gun. 'J'iot llioin mil
ber and letter each coin, so that the and lot'tho swiaringbe done publio!
Government would not have to 10- f Uov vi.ist.
doom duplicates. While it has al- TJhi ' h(JJM,n Bll
ways been posaible to iccogniu ,)y u0(),'n I'illi. foi lliuir easy, yel
counlerfeit paper iiioney, theiiiasunt 1 oillciont notion. Sold by all dmg
bilvor coin can bo produced at a pro-1 gists. Piico lift cents.
PATRIOTIC LEAGUE MEMORIAL.
The Committee, Graciously Hocoivod
by Commissioner Blount.
The committee appointed at the
mass meeting on Palace Squaio on
Thuisdav evening by the Hawaiian
Pahiotic League presented the
nieiiioiial whicu was read mat even
ing to' Cominissionei James II
Blount at 1 o'clock Satuiday aftei
110011. Mr Mount lecoived them cordially
and asaiued tho committee that
their luoinoiial would icceivo due at
tention at his hands, and bo pu
euted to Piesidont Cleveland. He
also stated that he only came hero
to investigate the sentiment of tho
people of Hawaii and toport at
The intiinbeiH of the coniinitlee
weie pleased with theieception they
received al tho hands of the Com
Itich, Ked Blood
As naluially lesults fioni taking
Hood's Sainapaiilla as porrounl
cleanliness insults fioni fiee ue of
soap and water. This gieat pmi
liei thoioiighly expels sciofula, salt
1 Ileum and all other iiupiuities and
builds up eveiy organ of the body.
Now jh tlio tinio to taku it.
Saturday, April 1, 1893.
The rather unexpected ;ir-
oly by an enterprising Japanese , rival of Mr. Blount augurs well
mod Y. Shido as a watchmaker's 1 f , , cnHm.,. nc ,.,
up. Business was brisk with Mr. or the early settlement ot 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
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 of
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 sitting up nights
working out a solution to the
problem while the aveiage
patriotic citizen has been snor
ing away the hour alio ted 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 of 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.
Blount 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 o;ood advantage. But
they 11 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 seems 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 material. Peo
ple go here they can get the
best for the least money, and
1 our store nils the bill in the
PllVSimntl ailfl Simian?) ' paint line as it does in every-
si 1 t liimr lo I ninni! I loirihuwl
O .... -- . ....... ...V.
Ware and Cutlery. I lave you
ever noticed it?
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppoaltu biackuU' lllool.,
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
HAVE .IUM OlT.N'ni) OUT A C110HT. D1S1M.AY OP
Sa.la.cls . .
Ioe Bvtolteta A
M Royal Worcester
Etc. Etc. Etc
l.Aitai: A8s3oimn:vr or -
General Crockery ami Glassware !
French Center K.vigs,
Freiioli Sofa. K.vigs,
arroncla Door 12,-ugs,
French Stair Carpets In Latest Designs, French Iron Beds, Doublo and Single; Baby Cots
Sets of Telescopic Card and Fancy Tea Tables !
Baskot Trunks, Stcamor Trunks, Wooden Trunks.
TO OLKAU OUT CONSIGNMENT
American & English Bicycles Z;s,
al 1 tL GMiUl M. 11L BL61WUB39W
iLmrLL yr rargiyji
Corner Port & Hotel Stveots.
(3- Tt .A- IDsT ID zz
Opening of Spring Goods !
KN "AlISTHAliIA." AND "l 1). JlItYANl"' I IIA.VI3 KlX'inVIll)
Personally sclictcil wliieli arc now opuncil out 11 ml nn Inspection
of wliii'h is invituil.
VI i. v&ILi tr M J JJiJ(jJL SUA UN a
A lliiiiil-oinc l.im'ol 't I). -11:11-111
l'ANl'Y f'AlKI.N!?, MlADr.l) bTI.lv UlTr.Cl'iS
'1 lit 1 lli'-t Cloth in
WASH M YIIIIMAI, (l IIAI.I.Y KlMT.Clb
I.iti-t l)i -iun
'i 1x1 11 wioi:
S. EHRLICH, -
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. I.
To Lot or Iioase.
By Jas. I Moignn.
ROOMS TO LET.
Two NinnY" rci:-111-hccl
K00111" at No.
4 Garden I.uif, ei iea
For two years I suffered terribly
with stomach trouble, and was for
all that time tinder treatment by a
physician. He finally, after trying
everything, said .stomach was about
worn out, and that I would have to
cease eating "-olid food for a time at
least. I was so weak that I could
not work. Finally on the recom
mendation of a friend who had used
A worn-out with beneficial re
sults, I procured a
Stomach. bottle of August
Flower, and com
menced using it. It seemed to do
me good at once. I gained in
strength and flesh rapidly ; my ap
petite became good, and I suffered
no bad effects from what I ate. I
feel now like a new man, and con
sider that August Flower has en
tirely cured me of Dyspepsia in its
woi.stform. Jambs 1J. Deduuick,
Saugertie-j, New York.
W. H. Ulsey, St. George's, S. C,
writes: I have used your August
Flower for Dy.speti&ia and find it an
street, with llathioom, pat- 2liiiH
cut W. v., etc. uoiinnanui ik
one of tlicluiLstMCwiin Honolulu
rNi: block. rrtoM n
rn TT! TVT
-J- 11 JU
i GOOD HOMESTEADS
"5l gm Q ici
nia strret ears, a
Cool and Comenient Cot
taue of 8K Hoonis, Larue
Lot, btalile and ChieUun Jloii'-e. Aiiph to
1:. it. HUNniiY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.S store.
TO LT OB LEASE
JL 'J."8 Kim; utieet. lately
otoupied lij Mr. M.fe. Levy,
c ontaininir 5 Jlidroiiins. l'm-
lor, Dinmu-rooiii, KiteliLii and Jiuthiuoni ;
htuhlo in ard; Aitesian Watur lam on.
Tor p irticnlars and terms, apply to
013-tf at i:. O. Hall A feons'.
A BUILDING CONSlSf
ingof I llooins, Kit
chen, Small llaekyaru and
hide entiaiiee. at iirestnt
oteupied as a suddloij shoji liy .lose Dlas,
111 the ImsiiiLMs jiart of tlio town anil ceil'
tralh luLiitLtl. l'or partii ularn npply to
.0U 1)1 Ab.
On the pieinicos or by lettor.
Wnilnkii, Maieh 21. (l-lw
TlIKltn WILL 1JH SOLD AT 1'UULIC
On SATURDAY, April 8, 1893,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Am lion Itoom of JAS. . M011-
UAN, Queen street,
Evening with Handel I
Lecture ou lhe Life and Music of Haudel
3T. M. ENGLISH, B. A.
Tho following AitlstH have inot Kindlj
pioimid their a-sKtaniiii
MISS l)Li:, MISSDUIt(li:bS.
Mlbf( hl'Li:, MU. WAKUrillLU,
IT. 11. O. -A.. HT11
Tuesday, April 11, 18D3.
DK. M. GOTO,
Ling on the Main Hoad between Hon.
t'lias. L. HniiKiiis' premises and Mr. Mae
fai lane's dafrj, and foimcilv known as
ft. V. Kt iwcaimihi's premises. These
Lots are the
Best Unsold Lots in the City!
A very good opportunity to got
Terms are Basy 1
K& Deeds at the expense o"f the ptn-ehai-ers.
F Tor furthei pirtiuilars apply to
Honolulu, April 1, 18'3.
ELECTION OF 0I'I0EKS.
AT Tl 1 1; ANN UAL MV.i; HNO OF THi;
blot'Miulduii of the Inter-Inland
hteaiu NuviKiltlon I'"., (LM), litiltl tills
da, tho follow liif? Otlliurs and Dm-aors
uuiu elected for tho ensuing uu :
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
v Hi lik Hit 1 I1L'
with I'leasant OiouiiiIh, ?ii
fouueih tlio iehliloiii.ii of the late H. .1.
Hail, situiito on N'uiianu Aoimo below
bohool bfoet. IniiiiH oasj.
W. 11. MuUjii
.1. L. MiiLeau
. teerotiirj ,
Can be ioiimiiIIihI at his iiiNiduiici at Kin
uiiulii, on tlii i hi il Kn siih o( King ami Lwa
oldiMif Lllilm hticel, iiiiixu forinurlj ouu
pltd h Mr. lion. L. Diinlia,
Vill Vaccinato from Puro Vac
()nn i: llomiHi
uuil from 'i to h v. m.
I'miit K to 10 a. vi.
T. V. llohroii
iioAiin or nun n mu:
V. It. (lodfrey, .1. Ihia, (1. N. Will on.
W. O. binllh, 1'. A. Kiihuiifiir.
V II. MtiLIJAN,
Kei'ii-taiy 1. 1. S. N, Co.
Honolulu, II. I., Mauilr.il, 1M I.
NOTL-Ilnfore htnl.lng or ilojinj; har
gaiiirt nlsewhiuii, It will pay j ou to bum our
eoluinii, mid to ut oiitukoiisult tho uiiiler
Hlgni'd at lliolrolllee.
fMf-W'u kiop property in IIM-i'lass ton
ditlou. Oui leiniH am iiioilLrulu and as
landloids wu wlllalwas bo found uu u
able in oui dmilingt1.
0Appl In t'jrli case to
BRUCn or A. J. OAUTWRIOHT,
'Cartwrlgbt llulldluj!," Men hunt Btieit.
J. L'turU. i
lion. Adiliins"!!.," thlsolllto.
Clerk, ellliui' In Ioimi ur on plaiita-
NOTICE 01' BALE.
ihi: iiNDi;iisi(iNi;i) in;itLioroni:
iliilni: biihiiiii-s at Honolulu, lluiwill,
Imu t lib. li t v kulil lib. imi 1 1 rti t,tiiiL of Mnri
eliaildico. Hni'M'r, Cutlle, 1 arlN, UuiiilingH,
ami llooK AuoiintH of whalroevei imluni
to Kwoug Vie I Imiiih, wlio in alone aiitho
ilfd lo eulli'Li mil i.tiindliii; mi innilH.
(bigncd) TAM1 bin;.
(Hl-lw ll MiiilvJIIiig.