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: ' H'Ki. mii.ii iiliJ.l..MAniM,i
Wlllhoiceeivcd rt the Olllee of the lto.ul
Ftipoivlsor, In tho Kuitiniua Hutldtng un
til SATURDAY, Apill fctli, nt 12 o'clock
Jioon, to furnish to the Honolulu ltond
Hoard, Shoeing for tlio Government Stock,
for six months, commencing fioin Aprils,
ls!U, iiiul ending Octobers-, ISS'U.
Alljjldu iunt bo endowed, "Tondurs for
Phoolng Government Stock."
Tlio lto.nl Hoard lo not bind thomsilves
to accent the lowest or till bid.
lly order of tlio Honolulu Itoul ltouid.
W. H. Cl'MMINOS
ltond SupeivNor, Honolulu.
Honolulu, Mnioh :w, lS'tl.
XJOTIOE-TO 0WNEHS OF BRANDS.
All llrands must, by law, be ic-iegis-tured
prior to .luly 1, 1?'U, 01 they will be
foricited, ami eun theie.itler bu nppm
1 riatcd by any one.
Registration on Oiihu lmll be niuile at
tlio Interior Olllee.
Ontheothe. Islands it shall bo done at
tho Olllc sof tins st.etal Htctills.
Minister of the luteiior.
lnrenor OIUlc, Dee. 2. lL'. iW.l-tf
CHANGE OF BASE.
Tlio Govoriiinoiil party
mi was nu with tho franchise, and
that, lioroaftor, only white inon
should bo admitted to a voice in tlio
to 1'iau hsli mil of ita oiiiniial iviliov
ofdisfianchisiiiKthoUnuaiians, and gi'itniont of KanulcnlnniU Thoro
not oiilvthomhnt all other residents !nro hvo of lhoso BU"tleiiion now
of thoHlamls. It was freolv Klvmi ' lMW--Jiwrs. Wilder and Mars
otit in the United State-, after t liu .! Ll'1 Ull?1 wiuo out of their
Provisional Goeininent Coimnl-. "l"'Us and ay whether, as a matter
sionerswenl out. as well as bomi: ' ot fact- lho 1'nperi have been lying
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
I'ledyed lo neither S(ct nor Party,
al Kutablinhed for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY. APRIL o. 18113.
common talk anion"; thonmicntion
ists in Honolulu, that the form of
goterninent desiied for I he-e inlands
under the American tlajj was to be
similar to that of the District of
Columbia--viz., by a Commission re
sponsible only to the Government
of tho United States. This form of
about tlie.'i wheiein thoj have been
represented as denouncing oiuiy
thing of Hawaiian blood, manners
and opinions, and as solemnly de
claring that, in politics, "the kanaka
As to Messrs. Castle and Thurs
ton, no nun lias- Hum far tlimnrlit, lit
government, it was explained, was). , ., , , (. ,
t... i . 1 F - I 1 t
frothy uunithiugb upon tho neces
sity of lobbing tho Hawaiian of all
THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT.
Some members of the s.tall of the
( J o eminent organs aro deluding
theuisohes with the hallucination
that they hao found, in tho Fif
teenth Amendment to the Ameiicaii
Constitution, an aigunient which
they can palm oil' upon the people
of Hawaii as a guaranty of political
Mill'ingo under annexation. It is
amusing to note tho boleinn display
of stupidity and ignorance on the
part of the enlightened (?) Ameri
cans who conduct tho journals in
question, when they attempt a dis
cussion of the American Constitu
tion, or of Ametican history or poli
tics. As a sample of this, tho reliance
of those great minds on tho Fif
teenth Amendment, in the premises,
is Aery much in point. That amend
ment provides that "tho rights of
lilizens of tho United States to vote,
shall not be denied or abiidged, by
tho United States, or by any State,
on account of race, color, or previous
condition of senktide.''
Tho organs wish tho innocents of
Hawaii to assume, as a pie-iequisito
to tho applicability of that amend
ment, that the moro fact of the an
nexation of theso Islands would
make us all citizeni nj the Uniteil
States. It would do nothing of the
kind, but, in tho ab-enco of sonio
special provision upon lho subject,
would merely rob us of Hawaiian,
while substituting no other citizen
ship. Wo might thus bo left in
definitely hanging, like Alahom
med's coilin, between heaven and
earth, each one of u "a man
without a country." Aio we
wrong in this contention? Lot n
look at Alaska, at California, and
see. Does any man contend that
tho natives of Alaska became
''citizens of the United States'' by
tho fact of annexation? Have they
ovor, oven to this, day, become such
citiz.ens? If so, will one of the
organs pioduco tho pioofs of citi
zenship, and rofei to book and page?
Tho fact is that, eon now, theio
is not a man in Alaska entitled to go
to tho ballot box and express his
choice as to tho peisonnel, or as to
any question of go eminent, and yet
tho boon of annexation has been
hers for nearly thirtv joins. Not an
American citizen resides in Alaska
to-daj' except such as hao gone in
thoro from the -outh.
Look at California. When it was
annexed, special provision was made
for tho citiz.enship of tho people
whom tho United .States found there.
They wore Mexican citizens and had
a country of their own to go to, if
dissatisfied with tho new dispensa
tion. Whore shall the Hawaiian go,
if similarly dissatisfied? It may bo
suggested that ho can follow Vnn
dorbilt's adico, and go to the dovil,
but tho alternative is. not reassuiing.
AVo do not deny that, if tlio Ha
waiian filial! be guaranteed citizen
ship nuder annexation, then their
right to voto shall not bo abridged
on account of race onolur. Hut whore
is tho plodgo of political rights hi
that phrase? It certainly does not
saj- that they shall bo entitled to
voto upon all or any questions of
local government. What is to pio
vont their being deprived to tho
franchise upon giomuK ontiielj dis
tinct from those of race and color
If wo go into tlio Union without
guarantees in this behalf, how do wo,
or can wo know that wo will ovor
again bo admitted to a porticipation
in tho government of our own coun
try? Go to, yo organs of Light and
Shade. Talk miiiso or keep silent on
this subject of tho glorhu ami
beneillsof a leap in tho daik iuto
the arms of Undo Hnimtiil.
oul to he mamtaiueil a tew voar
or until the islands should hae at
tained a position qualifying them
for admission as a State. Objectors
were asked if they ought not lo lie
willing to forego most of the privi
leges of citizenship tompoiarih for
theake of the advantages to be do
med immediately fiom annexation.
Tho reason advanced for not seek
ing een the privileges of territorial
home rule was that, o far as nllairs
woio under popular control in a
Territory of the Union, tho native
voto would overwhelm tho foreign
iote and could not bo trusted. In
plain language, tho idea was that
the natie Hawaiian voto was to be
got out of tho way at any sacrifice.
Until tho foreign vote became
strong enough to overshadow the
i alive vote, nobody was going
to have a voto at all. If the
plan or policy described was not
that of tho Government, it is
strange that a disclaimer of it was
left to tho new organ started I lie
other day. How is it that tho old
oigan only comes in at the heel of
tlio hunt, ciceping in at lho back
his ancient and dearly piiz.ed politi
cal rights. How many members of
tho Advisoiy Council have been dili
gontly delivering themselves of sim
ilar sentiments from ovorj cuib
stono in this city, mory day sinco
tho involution? Lei us hear from
Messrs. Waterhouse, McCandless,
Kin nieluth, Bolt e, and omo of tho
equally broad gauge statesmen of
that council, as to vvha't sentiments
they have expressed, and still ox
pioss upon this topic? Let us have
fiom tlie gentlemen of tho Execu
tive Council, a leferenco to sonio
newspaper article, letter, interview
or speech wherein they or any of
them have in any degree denied
or disclaimed the plots of piracy
pioclainied by their pai titans?
If the twin organs of tho Dawn
and Dusk cannot point to sonio olli
cial assurances that those threats
(whoso name is Legion), levelled
against tho native franchise, aie
without aulhoiity, aro disclaimed
Another alarm of fire was rung
between 8 and 5) o'clock this morn
ing. The depaitinont turned out
ptomptly, but its services woro not
needed, as the fire was put out be
foro it arrived. The firo was in a
Chinese store on Uoietnnia stieet, at
the corner of Pensacoln street, op
posito tho Ice Works. It started
among some bags in a room, and
during the excitement tho blaze
gained headway. Some of tho China
men throw the burning bags out on
tho road. This was tho third alarm
in as many days.
Hood's Pills nro purely vegolable,
and do not purge, pain or gripo.
Sold by all diuggists.
Paterson, N. .L, lias in lho falls of
lho Passaic not only the souico of
onoi moiiblv valuable wator-powor,
but a piece of uiie natural scenery.
Unfortunalel.v, however, for tho city,
tho land immediately about tho falls
has been almost bared of trees, and
rendered thotoughly unattractive.
According to local tradition a resi
dent of tlio neighborhood onco in
closed and beautilied a pat k about
tho falls, expecting that it would bo
a popular icsort. One day it was
thrown open to the public and next
morning it was found in a state of
and lepudiated bj the V. G. -had
door, a it were, with a bouquet of I t hoy not better employ theii time
praise for its ual paitv npologUt, i and talents in securing and publish-
as a rewaul foi expressing a denial
thai would have been timely for the
old organ to make a mouth piovi
ouslv? The Civil Kights League
wa-. started, with well-known annex
ationists among its lending members,
to agitate for the securing of equal
popular privileges under the United
Slates Hag to those enjoyed under
the Hawaiian Hag. How was k and
its cause leeched by the Adveitiser,
which now suppoits the Stai'-, de
nial of any intention to deprive any
body of civil rights? It vvasiecoived
bj tin moiniiig organ with delibei
ato misropiesL'iitation of its motives,
and held up to reprobation as Hying
the "black Hag" of piracj! Theio
was no disclaimer then, on the pait
of the Advortior, such as the
second-hand one it oniplovs to-day.
The moiniiig oigan was then con
scious that the piracy was all on its
own side, and tho black Hag floating
at its own peak. Now that the
evening oigan has difccoeied for it
that the piratical scheme would not
work, it loweis tho black Hag and
hoists the piopor stamlaid of
equal rights. Tho Advertiser dis
plays its usual tactics in its retreat,
when it impudently charges its op
ponents with the authorship of its
own lutnoito ui-conceaieu senii
ments, as it does in these woids:
'"As a matter of fact tho statement
that the natives weio to bo deprived
of the franchise is simply a fiction of
the Government's enemies, invented
to make it and its cause odious to
the native population." It would
have been tho simple tiuth -sliango
to the Advorti-er lo have said that
tho canvass among Hawaiians for
lcciuits lo the Annexation Club, to
gether with the unmistakable atti
t udo of Piosident Cleveland, has
convinced tlio friends of tho Gov
ernment that their oiiginal policy
was an egregious blunder and that
it was necessary to make a change
FOOLS THESE MOR
Ill startling contrast to the blus
tor and iiHolence towaid tho native
Hawaiian which marked the coui-e
of the P. G. organs during tho Hi.i
rison "loign," thej' aio now openly
coquetting with the sons of tho soil,
and blandly asking how lho latter
can for a moment believe that tho
"truly good" people who aro slew
ing this game of political bunco
could ever have contemplated an in
vasion of their civil and political
righth? This question implies a
fiigidity in tho questioner quite out
ing something authentic upon this
veij sensitive point, befoio seeking
to stun" the electorate with assertions
which thej-, neither moro nor loss
than the people who read them,
know to be absolutely falso and mis
leading? Come, gentlemen of the
Dawn and Dusk, huitlo yourselves,
and bccuio something tangible to
back up your assurances (?) of fair
play to the Hawaiian which, as jet,
lack tho appearance of authenticity,
as well as that of siucciity and pro
bability. Tho ciedulity of Hawai
ians is pioverbial, but, in the face of
lato experiences of tho paity whom
j on leprcsont, they cannot bo ex
pected to reposo confidence in jour
Mr. Schwmiek is Despoiled of Eight
A heavy lobboiy was loported at
tho Police Station hot ween twelve
and one o'clock to-daj- by Mr.
Schwanck, a bumboat man. Mr.
Schwanck lives this side of tho King
stieet biidge. He went homo shoitlj
before noon. On liftingthe mattress,
under which he had Mjcrotou JyXJU.
ho found his money to bo missing.
Ho called his wife and questioned
lier. but sho was as much siupiiscd
as ho was at the robbeiy.
Schwanck only drew tho money out
of the Postal havings jJiink a low
diij's ago, on account of ruinois ol
tho Government's inability to meet
the demands of the depositors.
A Portuguese woman has been on
gaged by Mr. Schwanck to do wash
ing. This moiniiig she came as usual.
The woman went into tho hcdioom,
while Mrs. Schwanck and the family
woio busied elsowheic, and was seen
to leave it later, shutting tho door
behind her. As .she was the only
person known to have been in tho
loom, suspicion tinned on her. The
woman will be ai tested this after
noon on suspicion.
A j'ouug native lad made an at
tempt to sot tiro to a house at Capo
Horn near Kniiinakapili chinch this
afternoon. Tho lad had gatheied
rubbish and piled sonio wood near
it, to replenish tho blaze. He set
fne lo tho pile and as the lho was
blazing up, some of the neighbors
-aw it aii(l running to tho spot ex
tinguished the liie. Tlio young lire
bug has been anostcd.
The majority of well-read phys
icians now believe that Consump
tion is a genu disease. In other
words, instead of being in the con
stitution itself it is caused by innu
merable small creatures living in the
lungs having no busiuess 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
which have been
gnawed off" and destroyed. These
little baeill', as the germs are called,
are too small to be seen with the
naked eye, but they are very much
alive just the same, and enter the
Hawaiian Harflware Co., U
Sitttmlay, April J, 1S!)3.
The rather unwcpt'cU-d ar
rival of Mr. 131ount 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 conies as the re
presentative of ihe "reatest
republic on earth; he comes
imtratnmeled 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 Ins 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 I lawaii.tn
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
, , II.--H.. I J ,MMIWIIII''IW'.
Corner ITort &: I-Iotol Stroota,
SPECIAL SALE IN
TOH lO r.A.H"S 03STXJ"5?".
THE SA-XjEI "WIIjXj OOMMENC3
"W"ec3-iaescla.'57 jpril S?
Ami will Gaosd Saturday, April J5&.
During this Rale T will oiler lo the public one of the Largest and
lest Selected Slock of Trunks mid Valises
over scon in Honolulu
M Prices which will Astonish Ym All !
33" This sale will be it lino chance for those intending to
travel this summer, us jou will find most any stylo in, the sliupo
of u Trunk or Valise nt the Toii'm: or F.v-iiion.
S3" No Goods in the above mentioned line will be
Sold to the Trade during the Sale !
33?" T albo reserve the righl lo sell no more than One Trunk
and One Valise to any one customer.
Comer Tort and Hotol S!s., - Honolulu, H. I.
THEQ. H. BAYIES & GO.
have .iur oruxim out a hiohm: display or
the skin. Thence they get into the
blood and finally arrive at the lungs
where they fasten and inciease with
frightful rapidity. Then German
Syrup conies in, loosens them, kills
them, cxpells them, heals the places
they leave, and so nourish and
boothe that, in a bhort time consump
tives become germ-proof and well.
Iim:g to xonrv my t ustomi:hs
ami tlio imlilii: guieially, tlmt I c.in bu
communicated vitli by Mutual Telephone
Mi. 11. I.oie will continue to collect loi
mo. .f. W. MeDOXAM),
l'ropiictor City Shoeing Shop,
(.llj 'Jv fort tiett above Hotel -.treet.
Etc. Etc. Etc.
LAUGH ASSORTMENT OF
!.n ?,r im(, " ! probably been sitting up nights
""-"""i ""-. r. - i- !-.... ..!....:.. .- .l.
VVUlKUiy UUl il JalJlULlUll LU UlC
problem while the average
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
gentldman's opinion, the in
terests of the I lawaitan people
may be best served by thi-ir
being taken under the wim 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-
lMl'Ol.11 II MI Di:ui.k li
Gent's, Ladies' and Children's Boots, Shoes
Ha" HMiioved to Vuiianii "-tieet, "Fctei's
lllock," opposite Meichant street.
Ilegi to notifj the public that ho ha-, re
ceived p.'i b. h. "Monovvni" an
HlCis.int A-'-ortinent of
Ladies', Children's & Gent's
1.7 1 -'2 w
General Crockery and Glassware !
DTreiaoli Center Rugs,
ZTrenoli Sofa, Rugs,
Frexioli Door R,-u.g"S,
French Stair Carpets in Latest Designs, French Iron Beds, Double and Single; Baby Cots
Sets oi Telescopic Card and Fancy Tea Tables !
Basket Ti units, Steamer Trunks, Wooden Trunks.
to cr.r.Ait out consignment
Smftninnn Pr T7nrflir(Vi .D ivm! an A1!K 0K1-T.RKD
iiilMiUdll a IiIIgllBll DlUJfUlGO
To Lot or Lease.
By Jas. 3?. Morgan.
BOOHS TO LET.
rpVO NICI1IA ruii
JL niMiul Rooms nt No.
1 Oanlen l.-inu.
vei v re i-0()-tf
Evening with Handel !
Lecture on tlio Life and Music of Handel
P. M. ENGLISH, B. A.
Tho following ArtKts have moit kindly
proiiii-ul their a-l-tiince:
miss dam:, MISS IWUC.IISS.
MisscAsru:, mk. v.vici;rii:i.,D,
"ST. 3E. O. -.. EEa.ll
Tuesday, April 11, 1893.
.Rooms to lot with board til Jlani
Boot Tk'ur on draught at Uonson,
Aflor shaving use. Cuuunibor SKin
Tonic, liuiifeon, Smith k, Co., Agent b.
Sunlmrn lolioved at onco by Cu
luiiulmr Tonic. Bumsou, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 1M1 Foil struct
DR. M. GOTO,
Physician and Surgeon
Can ho consulted at his icMilunco at Keo
ni'iila, on tho mauka t-ile of King und Kva
hide of l.ilihn Htreet, 'ioui-o formerly occu
pied hy Mr. Geo, L. Dusliu.
"Will Vaccinate from Pure Vac
cine Matter !
Nkwiioi'pi: or rivi: ry
iooiih, on M.itwni( rirl'&"A
-tui-t, uth lJitliiooin ii.it- iwnn.MiiT'S'
nt v. o., i tc i umiiMiiiW ?jy-s,2L
one of the Illicit iew m Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
ONE 1H.OCK ritOM JSK- ,ni "-,
ict.mli stieet en-, j ftt,i.i
Cool and I'omeinont Cot- sn ?..Si3lI
tnjjo of tei Itooni-, L.HBO "-iUJiiAaJ
Lot, St.ihlc and Chicken Mouse. Apptv lo
E. j:. iir.Miitv,
at Hawaiian H.udw.uu Co.'s stoic.
TO LET Oil LEAS3
-T IE 2ST-
WILti 1111 SOLD
On SATURDAY, April 8, 1893,
Sl - 'V
im t Ms l1
r-J l r.s-i
rpilliCOTTAGl! AT NO.
oi iMiiiii'd hv -Mr. M.b. Uv.v. 4-
I'ont.iinnii'.'i lU'illixiins. l'ai- vtvjj.f jT.
lor, iiuiing-iooin, Kitchen and ISathioom;
blable in yaid; Aileiian W titer laid on.
For luiuiciil.iiM and teims, appl.v to
UVMt at 11.0. IT.ill A Sons'.
AT 1 O'CLOCK NOON,
the Am tion Iioom of JAS. i MOII
O VN, Qiumi htieet,
gSf On ins Ilouiw:
and irom 2 to 6 r. M.
From 8 to 10 a. m.
or harmony with tin. clnnato m tliuo B,JCJVO Hotol, (jhrolli(. ami Sngiual
low latitudes. Tho Advoitiwir, with , caMs. Mutual Toloiihono (1S2.
characlorihlii! oirioutury, doi'lan-s I ,,,, . , . , -n
... . ,, , , , J . . , I 1'ioL I'. Lonibaul, A. 13., will con-
IhiB morning that -tlio statomoi.t I U1(0 instrlI(,tion lu ,)rivato
that tho nativu-. wuio to lw deprived , mi j,, olasschj FumicIi, Spanish,
of tho fraiichihi) is .simply a iiction I and Latin. Jiu&iduuuu, Alakoa btieot,
of tho (iovoiiimoiit' oiiumios, in -vunled
in ordor lo mako it and its
oauso odioiih to tho nutivo pomhi-tion."
Y. M. C. A.
Tlio many caso of ihouinatiMii
iMiiod by Cliamboilain'B Bain Balm
during lho pant fnvv moiitlis havo
idvou tho iioodIo irroat ooiilidoiioo
It is loficshing to liuvo orou this in its curativo proportius, and havo
lardy aultnowicdgiuoiit fiom tho L
G. apologiut that il.s lho coinnus
hioiium soul to AVailiiuglMii in diplo
matio togas woio, in loality, tho
"Govniumont's onoinics," for havo
not all tho dorfpatchoti, intoivjovvti
and cditoiials uiiiaiiuting fiom thoo
hIiowii that thoro In ouo uronaration
that una bo dopondod upon for thai
painful and aggiavating difoaso.
llonaUor liion., Loiain, Ohio, hay:
"Mr. Moms 1'no.o, of this placo, was
troublod with ihouiuatisiii fora long
tiiuu. Chamhoilaiu'ri I'ain Halm has
iiuiod him. llo Mi.Vn that lho linlin
lias no txiiial. ror halo by all dual
IN BE MECHANICS'
ATimnitllAS, THK MKCHANlCb'
Y Y II
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
Hist when such disunfrmidiea.
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 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
suonlvinir the material. Peo-
A ISUILDINO CONSIST-
nir of 1 I'oouis. Kit
chen, Small l!aekaut and
sine en lance, ar ii est u
occupied as a saddler shop hy Jo-n Dins,
111 1110 ousinoss p.lll oi inu town aim ceil'
trally located. For puitii uhus apply to
JOSH 1)1 AS,
On tho premises or hy lettor.
Wailuku, M.iiuh'IM. IrM-1w
iliosft Desirable Homeslea
LinK on Hie Main ltoad hetweou Hon.
('lias, L. IIiijiK'uih' pieniises and Mr. Muc
fniljuu's dai-j, and funnel ly known aa
(J. V. Kiuvvcimahl's picmises. These
Lots nin tlio
Best Unsold Lots in the City !
A vei (;ood oppoituulty to get
Terms aro Hlasy I
tS? Deeds at the epouo of tho pur-cha-eis.
gXF" Kor furthei particulars ajiply to
Honolulu, April 1, Ib'.U.
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
Oyster Cocktails :T
At Prices to Suit the Times.
llHiuillt. Union, a t'oriioratiou us-
tahlUheil under tho Lawn of the Hawaiian
lclauds, has purbiiaut to tlio law in hucIi
vay-k made and piovlded, duly filed at tlio
Olllee of the Mlnistoi ol tho Interior, a
Petition I'm tho Dissolution of the said
Corporation, together with a ceitilioato
therein mini. veil, as reoulrcd hv law : now
tiiirufoio ' I plu go where they can get ihe
Jsotlie is hoichv given to unj and all ' o J t
peitoim who have heen or mo now Inter
ested in an) iiiiiuiier whatsoever in the
hald Corpouitlon, that ohjietlmiH to tho
irr.iui mr ol ino wild ruiiuo I nuisii nu iiicu
In the olllc of the undersigned on or he-
best for the least money, and
our store fills ihe bill in the
paint line as it does in every
thing else. Lamps, Haviland
Ware and Cutlery. 1 lave you
KOiitloiiiuiilnoathiid niithiiigolholnit ,,)!, Hmihon, .Smith it Cu., ayonlrs
lho itlua und thrimt tlmt tho Jiuwnli I for thu lluwuuuu lHluiulu.
foro WLDMISDAV, tlio 'Jllli day of Muy
l',n, anil thai any ihiioii or peiMins uesii
iiie to he heaid llieieou. lilintt he hint
Ulidiilteoiii lho olllee of the iiiiderxtgued ,,,,,, ,.,i.4rl ! ?
ill Alllolnnl Hale, Honolulu, lit 10 o'clock UVer notlLCCl 11 f
m. of mill day, to nlicivv caiitii way tain
IVtlllou rhutild nut ha giuiiled.
J. A. KINH,
Mlulhtur of tho Intel ior.
Interior Olllee, Muicli '.'0, Ib'J.I.
-r-is. -,-. -r-r--w-, r-, . -r ao-,i THAT 0OMM0DIOUB A yf,l
EMPIRE SALOON. ,r,J KlfflS AM
itaJ-i'w I with I'loiiMint flioundb, LtiLSSi-"
iYo Job l'rintimj at the ItulUUn Ojjice.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppiiille Hprcukelb' lllool.,
ELECTION OF OFFICEBS.
AT THI1 ANNUAL MllLTINfl 0KTII11
blockholdor.s ol the Iuler.jAl.iiid
Klcani Navigation Co., iL'd), held thin
dn, the following Olllcers anil Dlieetoi.s
wuio elceteil foi thu eiibiilng ju.ir:
W.I1. (Judftoy ... President,
.1. Una VUu-1'ritddont,
.1. L. .McLean Tre.isiuei,
T. W. Hohroii Audltoi.
in A lilt ol Ollil.oioits;
W. H. Oodfioy. .1. Him, (1. N, WIHox
W. O. huiitli, i' A. rJeluHifiii.
W. II. .MiLIlAN,
Sieielmy I. 1. M, N. Qo.
Honolulu, H. 1., Mm eh L'l, IblM.
T01TI0.S' AW IHHIICia'.UI'UU Oil
J l Ink, either In town or on iilantii.
tion. Aililrww "It,," this olllcu, MJ-lt
foniierlv tho rcHidemu of the late 11. .1.
Hurt, finrntu on Nuuiinu Aveuuo helovv
behool idieet. Terms eas., 02.1-ti
NOTH-llefoie K'eking or closing lur
giiliiselKewheie, It will pay you toucan our
column, and to at onco consult tlio und jr
nigm.il at their olllue.
fSfW'u keep piopeity III llrht-clabs con
dition. Our tciniH aro inodciato and us
landlords wo will ulwayn bo found reuhon
uhle in ourdonllugs.
CtF" Apply In each i.imj id
BMJCE or A. J, OAUTWRIGnT,
'Cartwright llulldliin'," Meicluuit ntreet.
NOTICE OP SALE.
rpilll UMMIIIRIUNUD ItllltUToroitK
J doing husiiic-s at Houokaa, Hawaii,
i luio ihUduv old hii entile stuck ot Mer
chiiinliMi, Jluooi-, Cattle, ( urix, lliiltdingH,
and Hook Aiouuiitr. of wliutMiuwr imturo
i to Uwong vv l llllllil, who i alonu HUtllO-
lUCil IIIOOIKMil illllillllliliuu lueouiu.
lliIMtv ll Miuk lliiB.