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BALE OF LEASE
Of Govornmont Lots No. 74 nnd'No.
75, Esplnnario, Honolulu, Oaliu.
On WEDNESDAY, April U, ISlH, at 1'-'
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
ohini Hal, will bo Mild at Public Auction
the Lease of Government I ot No. T I and
7, Esplanade, Honolulu, uahu, contain
ing an area of 10,000 siumiv feet, a little
more or less,
'lerni Lease for 10,ui.
Upset price $00 per annuin, pijtiblo
semi-annually In advance.
.1. A. KING,
Mltil-terof the Intciior.
' Interior Olllce, Match 11, Hi I.
Will bo rcccheil it the Olllce of the Koul
KuporNor, in the Kapuniw.i UuiUHii un
til fcATUliDAY, Apul Mh, at l'J o'clock
noon, tu furnish to the Honolulu lto.nl
Hoiud, Shoeing foi the Government Mock,
forst months, umuiionoing fiom Apiilii,
18') 1, and ending October 8, lb'U.
All bids must lie Liulor-id, "Tt ndors for
Shoeing Go eminent Stock."
The itoud lloiid do not bind themselves
to accept the lowest or .inj bid.
Jty order of the Honolulu Hold Itoaul.
V. H. CUM MINGS
llo.nl Supeivior, Honolulu.
Honolulu, M trch .in, 18'JJ.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All llr.mds must, by law, be le-regN-tered
prior to July 1, 18'J5, orthej will be
lorfoitcd, and cm theicuftci bo appro
priated by anj one.
Registration on 0 ihu shall be in tile at
the Interior Olllte.
Ontheothoi iM.iuds It slull bo done at
the Utile sof thuoeui.il bheitlN.
Minister of the Iutciioi.
Inici lor Olllce, Dee. J, 18').'. J-!)-tf
Holders oT Water Privileges, orx tho-e
pijing Water l!atc, .no ln.it bj notiliid
tint the llouis foi uMiigw.itir foi liriga
.tion purposes are fiom li to 8 o'clock . M.,
and 4 to 0 o'clock l . m., until f in tliei notu c.
JOHN C. WHITi:,
Supt. Honolulu Water Work.
G. N. Wnco,
Ministcrof the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan.."), HH.
THE DAM BULLETIN.
Pluhjcd tu neither Sirt nor Party,
!ut EititblMiid fur tin Hem fit of AH.
TUESDAY, Ai'ULL 1. 1S93.
The displaeoinont of. oviiurioneotl
and ollicjioiit olliooi-5 b yiounliorns
by tho huuyiy etjtiad lias had its
natural result. A scandal such ;tb
noor disgraced tho police bureau
since soiuo time befote Maishal
"Wilson's incumbency has oeeuncd.
It is bad enough to have tho carni
val of crime outside that almost im
mediately succeeded the violent dis
missal of Marshal Wilson, but when
tho station is made to harbor crimi
nals other than as prisoneis it is
time for tho community to call
loudly for explanations.
Several citizens are complainants
against tho Fiio Dopaitment for
dangerous racing of engines to fnes.
Thoro does not seem to bo any
necessity on a fust alaim foi more
than one engine to go to a fixe,
especially in a locality where thete
is a good watoi preisuie. Tho
rivalry that o.isted between the
different companies of tho volunteer
department is not o laudable be
tween tho engine crews of tho paid
department. It is a wonder nobody
was hurt, and no properly damaged,
by the furious tacing between No. 1
and 2 engines this morning. This
is a matter that should bo tuLen in
hand by tho Board of Fiio Commis
sioners, When tho Advertiser invokes the
example of tho United States in
support of its covert advocaci of
lynch law against tho fieedom ol
tho press, it should bo honest enough
to toll tho brainless cranks it tiies to
influence what the almost invariable
consequence has been of such law
lessness in tho United States. It is
that tho State in any part of which
a mob has run brief not litis had to
pay salutary damages to tho victims
of violence. In tho leceut case of
tho Now Orleans lynching, vvheio
thoro was fearful provocation and
the'mob comprised leading citi.eus,
tho Federal Government, in protec
tion of its own houoi, had to waive
its lochuical want of responsibiliti
aud give compensation to tho fami
lies of tho wretched ciiminals mas
saorod by tho mob.
Tho Advertiser makes a cowardly
appeal to tho mob, which involves at
tho same time tho vvoist sort of con
tempt for tho J'lovisiounl Govorn
mont, when it saisi "Journals of
tho Holoinua stripe would bo stop
ped by a mob, and itH editorn lynch
od, if it noro issuod in tho United
States. Tho hotheads of Honolulu
nro ready at a word to inoto out liko
lnoasuro horo." This is alsoaduti
libol on tho United States, Was a
certain loading dully paper of Now
York mobbotl ivlion, day aftor day,
in n time of iuteii'o political excite
ment, it piintod a pictttto of 1'iesi
detit Hayes vvitli the word 'Train!"
aciosi his forehead? If tin people
of this count rj ate to teeeivo their
ideas of United States manners and
customs ft out thu Atlveitiset, annex
ation will novel cotno to pass by their
Mi. ICnnuoluth is one of tlm-e dis
appointed xphits of IS", who,
shortly aftet tho revolution of that
,cnr, u-ed to make life a buideii to
metnbeis of the independent press,
by his glooinv lelalions of tho way
ho and some of his oomiados hail
been -old on ihu Gliine-e question.
Anj tldng that does, not suit Mr.
Ummolulh now in the independent
press is "infamous" and a ",' "'"''' "
of something woto that ha pieced
ed it. Wlml .Mr. iMiiinelutli de
scribes in such piodigious plnaos
of which he does not know the mean
ing, may bo found duplicated but of
surpassed bitterness in scores of p.i-
peis in the L lined btates on the
same subject. It N the piominenee
of such nauovv-minded and fanatical
paitisaus as Me-sis. Euimeltith,
Watet house and McCandle-s in the
Councils of tho Piovisional Govern
ment which gives (ho-o bodies all
tho unpopulaiity they possess out
side of tho (juest ion of annexation.
Mr. Atlorney-Oeneral Smith is a
trillo too ''fiesh." lie has lately as
sumed tho functions of Marshal, in
the summary dismissal of one Deputy
Marshal and tho appointment of
another in his place, and in the at
tempted dismissal of tho Deputy
Sherill of Cwa. Wo had supposed
it loijuhod but a very moderate
legal eapacitv to enable one to
Know, fiom a poiusalof the statute
governing the police of tho eountiy.
that the Attomev Genetal litis no
povvei of either appointment or dis
missal of am of its oll'icois except
the Maishal. Tho extent of his
power is to withhold his sanc
tion fiom any appointment oi
dismissal pioposed by tho Mai
shal, and oven then, in tho case
of all olliceis below the gi.ido of
Shoiiil, the Maishal niai dismiss
without consulting the Attoiney
General. But it would seem, fiom
a suivey of tho facts, that Mi
Smith's legal capacity is quite too
moderate for him to undoi stand tho
law in question. If Mr. Molnten
was good enough to be appioved by
Mr. Smith when appointed one
mouth ago, when and how dill he
become so bad as to demand that
tho law adv isei of the 1'. G. -the ul
timate guauli.in of the law should
set all law at defiance, and commit a
deep discourtesy to Sheiill Hitch
cock, in tho effort to 'ci'iiie Mehr
ten's dismissal. If the new Maishal
shall displaj tho libio which ho is
supposed to posso-s, tho Attorney -U
oiioi al will heai fiom him in voiy
audible tones upon his lelinii to the
city. By tho wav, would not our
Attornoy-Goneial do well to adopt
at least in practice some better
motto than "Meddle and .Muddle,"
as a guide foi his political conduct?
ANSWER TO BOYCOTTERS.
Nobody is obliged to palionie
tho Uilllun in any waj. No collec
tor of the Government collects out
bills for subscriptions or adveitising
through the Distiict Couit oi any
other way. Tlieie is nothing in the
fact that this paper is lead by moio
people than is ani otliei local papoi
which, under anj law that we aio
awaio of, could be pleaded in the
courts on a wiit of mandamus to
compel buines men to adveitise in
our columns. But theiois good law
and strong law, and some impartial
pidges left to enfoice it, piovidod
against inteiferenco with our or any
other person or corpoiation's legiti
mate business. The few enthusiastic
partisans who have dropped this
newspaper to lake ;m ophomeial
campaign sheet have leduced oui
subscription list onh to tin extent
almost iinpeiceptible. At the late
new subset ibeis ate dropping in
daily, thociiciilation of thoBuu.1 tin
will within a few duvs bo at a highoi
matk than ever. Slopping one's
pationago of a paper is perhaps as
good a way as any of showing disap
proval of its cour.-o in politics, or
condemnation of its ehaiactei as a
vehicle of trustwoithy intelligence.
Hut it often hints tho stoppot woi-e
than tho paper. Whenever, hovv
ovei, a poison e.xpiosses his own fool
ing in this way, his legitimate iullu
eiico to bo oseieisod on tho paitiou
lar mm smper ends. If anybody
goes about tiyiug to inllueneo other
people to stop their subset iptions oi
thoii adveitising cotitiacts with cor-
taiu papois, tlioi lender Iheuisolves
liable to ptosecntioii ami conviction
for conspiiacy oi malicious iiijuiy.
Their oIi'miimi will bo hold aggravated
li an honost judge if they use
I hi outs of vvithdiitwiiig custom from
those whom tho try to iiilltieuco.
It has come to our Knowledge that
soiuo poisons have been using this
oxtieiiio sort of boi cot ting against
tho UuLLiiiLs. 'J'hoy aio hoioby
warned that in any ease vvlioiowu
ouii gut trustworthy urliluuuu of hiio.1i
conduct against any otfondor, no
lime will be lost in taking proceed
ings against the cowardly sneak. At
the satno time wo consider this n
time to call upon all ftiouds of fair
play aud fiee speech to frown down
tho introduction of such a villainous
mode or political wni fare into thoso
islands. Wo believe that a majority
of the retail stoiekeepeis' customers
;tre in favor of freo discussion of all
public questions. It is thoiofoto
with confidence that we appeal to
tho genetal public to toinoinber,
when they go out to make pur
chases, all those dealers who aro not
afiaid to conduct their own business
in their own way, and especially
those who advertise their wares in
t lie Ui'LuniN in spite of tho cowaidly
tluoals and sneaking canvass mado
by contemptible sooundiols who ate
seeking to destroy till freedom of
speech in this country. Thus they
will soon teach a lesson that un
foi Innately litis como to bo needed
in Honolulu, namely, that tho boy
cott is a two-edged weapon. Tho
Uc'M,i:n continues to bo tho only
evening paper in this city worthy
the inline of a newspaper. It re
mains tho only paper whoio the
people can secure a presentation of
their opinions and their giievances
without legard to their politics or
their teligion. Therefore the Bul
i.ltix is still tho paper for tho poo
ple, against which the wiath and
malicious spito of fools and fanatics
will never piovail.
Items of Interest.
Southern faetoiios aro making
papoi fiom palmetto.
In thiity-Mx jeais South Attslialia
has had forty administrations.
One of the "100" of Adiian, Mich.,
is an expert contoitionist.
Owing to the inclination of its or
bit tho moon is never exactly full.
In Finland and East Turkestan
thundoi-stotms aio totally unknown.
A four-j oar-old boy in Georgia is
said to weigh ninety pounds, wears a
io, i hat anil a .No. 0 shoo.
Foi fifty-two consecutive miles on
the Boston and Albany Railroad
Iheie is not a single grade dossing.
Both the Kinds and Cossacks be
lieve that Araiat is guarded by an
uueaiihly being, and that no man
can ascend the peak ami livo.
Allow mo through the medium of
ioui paper to publicly express my
siuceie gratitude to Mr. V. W. Haft
for his very thoughtful kindness in
interviewing mv employer in regard
to ceitain statements alleged (?) to
have been made bv me concerning
tho status of tho V. G. 1 would liko
to state, foi this particular gentle
man's (?) edification and to till others
of his Kind, that whatever views I
hold, or may express, tiro nobody's
business but my own. Whenever
1113 position depends upon my poli
tics or upon anvsueh sonsoof equity
or justice as Mi". W. W. Hall's, 1 will
cheei fully maKo room for another
of tho hungiy squad without any
interfoienco or intimidation on his
part. Jajies Hutchings.
Rooms to let with board at Ilani
Boot Beor on diaught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith At Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Foit stteet,
above Hotel. Chionio and Sugicai
cases. Mutual Telephone GS2.
Tiof. F. Bombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving iustiuetion 111 piivato
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakea stteot,
near Y. M. C. A.
Is a tantalizing admonition to thoso
who at this season feel all tired out,
weak, without appetite and discour
aged. But tho way in which Hood's
Sarsaparilla builds up tho tired
liamu and gives a good appetite, is
teally vvondeifiil. So wo say, "Take
Hood's and it will biaco ion up."
For ii genoial family cathartic wo
confidentli lecouiinend Hood's Bills.
r 'iii.u 'i sorii y my ( risioMKiih
JL anil ihu piililte KMiomlh , tlml I liiii he
loiiiiiiiiiilia'eil wiih lij Mutual 'Itleiihouu
Mi. II. I.oso will uiiitliiuo to (olleit for
me. .1 W. MiDONAU),
I'ioi!itni l Itj blioUui; hlui,
0LU 1 rt street nhoo Hotel street.
KXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CBED
IT0U3. in mi: ciiicuiT toriiT roii im:
J. I'll st Ciieillt, In I'lolnte. In the liuit
tei of the Will of Mnrm O'.siillhan ile
teiiHil The iiiuU rsiutu l jjim m nnttm thut
ho has bei'ii appointed l.u utoi of the hist
ill itii'l Testaimnt of Maila O'kullivaii,
late of Honolulu, ilei euMil, anil he heielix
notifies nil t'reilitorsof ml Maria U'bulli
miii to iiie-ent thuil lespeutlvo ilaiiua ilul)
utiillul, with pioper vouelurs, to him, lit
the xtoie of 11. O. Hull .V bou,in Honolulu,
within six months fiom this date, or the)
will lie fmeer luirie'd,
i:euutinof the Will of Miula O'bulliwm,
Dated thin Jilih dav or Mureli, lb'U.
I Ml'Oltl 1 l AMI 1)1 Al I II IIS
Gent's, Ladles' anikClilldren's Boots, Shoes
Jinn loniovtid to Nnuiinii htreel, "Kostur'H
lllliijk," oppoaito Mureliiint htriut.
Fine Job Prlnthi'i nl the llullfttn Ojjice,
FORTY DAYS' FAST.
Foarful Privations of a South
Island Family in a Onnoo.
Captain Duncan, first officer of
the missionary steam
a stoiy of
.sutToriug and ondtuauco on tho ocean
Al.Jk 11111 l(l )
Sloled. r. Knnirt fMl of
forty days 10 or 17 ears ago is
eeliped, ns tho voluntary faster had
medical attention, water to drink,
and comfortable quarters to rest in.
Ho had also the groat advantagoof
having fortified his will power for
tho feat, it boing known t lint voliin
taiy as compared with involuntary
fasting is liko the snail's paeo to
that of the hound, in bringing tho
liuinan sistom to inoitnl extiomity.
The case told of bv Captain Dun
can is that of a family party of four
natives of Tapituea. comprising tho
father, two sous and a daughter.
Thei went out fishing fiom that
island in a canoe one night. Tho
wind came on to blow haul and tho
canoe diifted out of sight of tho
island. Dav followed night, and
night dav. but the canoo with its
four lminblo occupants was every
hour cai lied fait her from tho homo
beach. They had neither food nor
water in tho f 1 ail shell, while for
fortv davs thei drifted over tho
tiacldoss wild of waters.
Three of the four weroalivo when,
at tho ("epilation of that (enible
forty dis, the canoe was beached
at Ocean island (not tho island of
that name annexed to the Hawaiian
dominion after the wreck of tho
DunnottarCastlo). One of the boys
had perished on the fearful v'oiage.
The surviv 01s stayed on Ocean Psl -
and until they wore taken oil by tho
trading steamer Archor of Sidney,
which lauded them on tho island of
Annotitiou. There they w 010 picked
up by the Moining Star and taken
homo to Tapituea. Thoy vvefo six
months awav from their own island
befote theiifiionds heard of them.
The distance tiavoledby thediifting
canoo in those forty days was seven
The majority of well-read phys
icians now believe that Consump
tion is a germ disease. In other
words, instead of being in the con
stitution itself it is caused by innu
merable small creatures living in the
lungs liaving no business there and
eating them away as caterpillars do
the leaves of trees.
A Germ The phlegm that is
coughed up is those
Disease. parts of the lungs
gnawed off and destroyed. These
little bacilli, as the genus are called,
are too small to be seen with the
niked eye, but they are very much
alive just the -vme, and enter the
body in our food, in the air we
breathe, and through the pores of
the skin. Theiiee they get into the
blood aud finally anive at the lungs
where they fasten and increase with
frightful rapidity. Then German
Syrup comes in, loosens them, kills
them, expells them, heals the places
they leave, and so nourish and
soothe that, in a short time consump
tives become gerra-proof and well.
Evening with Handel 1
Lecture on tlie Life and Music of Handel
P. M. ENGLISH, B. A.
Thu follow nip Artists havu most kinilly
promised their assistance:
J1I.SS DALE, JJIfeS UUU5i:SS,
.MibsoAsrw:, mk. waicimmkld,
-ST. IM:. O. .A.. Iia.ll
Tuesday, April 11, 1893.
DR. M. GOTO,
Physician and Surgeon
0 in liu fonsulteil .it his ii'sliluuro at Klo
lit iilu, on the imiuLi shIk of Kill); :inil 12wi
Mill Of l.llill.l htlllt, 'lOll-O foi MUM 1 OLCU-
jiliil h Mi. Geo. I. Dtshn.
Will Vaccinate from Pure Vac
cine Matter I
fO Oi 1 1 ci. Houm:
iiml Iroiu 'J. to 5 i'. m.
1'roiu 8 to 10 a. m.
Oliia k Koa Firewood
At $3 Per Cord-CASH
tST AND DKLIVKltlM) -11
A bHIPMKNT 01-'
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
run bai.i: iiy -
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
Hawaiian HarflwarB Co., L'fl
Saturday, April J, 1898.
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-
I puted by anyone who has ever
,. , . , n . 1 ,.,. ru
1 lived in the United States, for
jin Blount is a Southerner;
I . .
.nothing more is necessary to
cornmend him to the prover-
bial hospitality of the 1 lawauan
I3y 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 sitting 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 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 btates 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 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 oi the "Hendry Breaker.
They use plows in Georgia
but none like ours, just plain
There seems to be a boom
in tne paint business. iew
houses are being erected and
old ones titivated up to look
like new; it's the p.iint that
does it and we seem to be
supplying the material. Peo
ple 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, llaviland
Ware and Cutlery. 1 lave you
ever noticed it?
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'tl
Opposite Bprcckels' lllouk,
TEMPLE OF FASHI
Oornor Iort 3o Hotel Streets.
SPECIAL SALE IN
Trunks and Valises
for 10 days oasn-iY.
THH S-AXiBl -WHjXj 001I3WtESrOB3
"Wedxiesdet-y"., April S?
And will Close Saturday, April 15th.
During this Sale I will of lor to the public one of tho Largest and
Best Selected Stock orTiunks and Valises
ever seen in Honolulu
At Prices which will Astonish You All !
WSf This sale will bo a fine chance for those intending to
travel this summer, as you will find most any style in the slufpo
of a Trunk or Valise at the Tkmi'm: or Fashion.
SE" No Goods in the alaove mentioned line will "be
Sold to the Trade during the Salo !
S3?" I also lcserve tho right to sell no more Mum Ono Trunk
and One Valise to any one customer.
S3 . IHU H JrC Xj X d EC ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., -
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
HAVE .HIST Ol'KNKI) OUT A (UIOK'i: IHSI'LAY OV
j Royal Worcester
LARan ASSORTMENT 01'
General Crockery and Glassware !
French Center Rugs,
French Sofa. Rugs,
French Door Rugs,
French Stair Carpets in Latest Designs, French Iron Beds, Double and Single; Baby Cots
Sets of Telescopic Card and Fancy Tea Tables !
Basket Trunks, Steamer Trunks, Wooden Trnnks.
to oi,i:ak out consignment
Immninn Pr TJ'Mrflin'U BJnTrnlnr. -VIU OJ'TKIIUD
Mienuaii a Mgusii
To IiOt or Lease.
KOOMS TO LET.
TWO NICELY roit
ni&heil ItuoniM at No.
4 Garden Jmo, vtrj rea
ijv iiuusK ui' i iv Li lyityrs
JLi rooms, on M uaziiie &i'i.V"ii
street, with 1 tut h room, yut- gSiiiihi
ent W. 0., etc. Commands S3' ' raj
ono of the imest view sin Honolulu. Apply
to (-177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
rvKiii,ocK ruoM ue-
ret. una stictt ears, a
Cool and Convenient Cot- nilfaL
tage of Si Kooms, I.ii-ko 3iiBSr
Lot, Stable and Chuken Hou--e. Aimh to
E. K. HENimY,
at Hawaii in llnrdw.ue Co.'ss store.
TO LET OB LEASE
rpl I ECO IT AGE AT NO. ,,v, --v
JL J.3 ICincstutt, lately '"fci1:
iiiuiiiiiil b. Mr.M.h. li-vj, feiiitViSi.
( outiiiiiiiif;.! llciliooni', l'.u- -J-"--S L,.,
lor, Dining-ioom, Kitchen and li.ithiuoin ,
btablo in jar.l; Aitfiin Wntei laid on.
Kor iiirticiikui and terms, apnh to
013-tf at E. O. Hall .V tons'.
A BUILDING ( O.NtslST
x. mi; of 1 Uimins. Kit
clii'ii, Small Ikiuk.Miid am
side entrance, at nicsen
occupied in n .uldiur. shop liy Jose Dias,
in me uusincss ji.iu oi mc town aim i en
trolly located. Kor particulars apply to
On the premises or by letter.
Walluku, Jlarch Jl. 081-lw
ELECTION OF OFJFIOERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MKUTINOOI'THIJ
btoekliohleis of the Intcr-Islaud
hteam Nuvii;iition Co., (L'd), held this
day, tho followiuK Olliceis and Directors
weio elected foi the ensuing jcar:
W.H. Clodfro .. . l'lcsldent,
i. i.na . . .. vico-rresident,
W. 11. Mel.e'iin biiiuturv,
.1. L. Jlcil.ean . 'iriiisiire'r,
T. V. llobron Auditor.
no miii oi nun tnous:
11. Oodfrey, J. Eim, G. N. Wlkox
. O. bmltli, 1'. A. riehuelei.
V. II. MoLEAN,
Bierutaij 1. I. H, N, Co.
Honolulu, II. I,, Mini'li 'Jl, lb'U.
"POSITION AB HOOKKEKI'EIt OH
JL Ukrk, either In town or on pluiita-
I tlun. Address "It.," this olllcu.
Honolulu, H. I.
Etc. Etc. Etc.
By Jas. 3T. Morgan.
-T E 2ST-
THEltE WILL I5E SOLD AT PUBLIC
On SATURDAY, April 8, 1893,
AT l'J O'CLOCK NOON,
At thu Am tion lloiim of JAS. K. MOIt
GAN, Queen tleet,
'km Desirable iiomesfKids
Ljing on ffle JIain Koad between Hon.
'lias. L. Hopkins' promises and Jlr. llae
faikinu's dinrj, and foimerly known ns
U. W, Kcaweaiiiahi's picmiscs. These
Lots ar- tho
Best Unsold Lots in the City !
A veij noo'l opportunity to got
Terms are Easy I
W Doedi at tho expense of the pur
chasers. fj& For furthui puticulars apply to
Honolulu, April 1, 8fH.
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
ei w ijease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
" ih . ' . m'jm&
formerl) the roridoiKO of tho lato H. J.
Hart, situate on Niiunim Avonuo below
bchool street, 'loriiis eusj. lili-tt
NOTE lleforo seekint; or closing lmr
KaliiHelscwheie, it will paj you to scan our
column, and to at once consult thu under
signed at their oilli .
tmr-u kcu) juoperty in lirst-clnss con
dition. Out tonus are modulate and as
landlords wo will nlui)s bo found reason
able in our dealings.
(M" Apply In each cabo to
BRUOE or A. J. OARTWRianT,
'Carhv right llullillii$," Meiohant street.
NOTICE OF SALE.
rpllE UNl)Eltbl(lNEl) HEltETOKOIti:
JL doing business at Honolulu, llawiili,
lius tills tlu sold liisuntlio stock of Mur
chandUu. llorses, Cuttle, Carts, llulldiligs,
and Hook Account of whatsoever imtiiiu
to Kwong Yio Cluing, who Is iiIiuiu mitlio
rled tu collect outlmidlng accouiils,
(blgnud) TAMI SUE.
(Wa.Jw ' Mtuk llliiu.
1 vMfc Jt. m $frHi4