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GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresli California Roll Butter and Island Butter
&ST ALWAYS ON HAND j&
New Goods Received by Every
p- All Orders faithfully attended to.
elicited nml packed with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street -
HOTH TELEPHONES 210-
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
mporto, Wholesale & Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Gala. Steamer
ICE HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Islaud Orders Solicited.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO,
IMl'OIlTEltS AND DEALE11S IN
Groceries, Provisions a,n.ci Feed.
Now Goods r.ceeived by Every l'ackct from the Eastern States and Kuioiie.
EltESH CALIK0KN1A PItODUOE 15Y EVERY STEAM Kit.
All Orders faithfully attended to and Ooods
Island Orders solicited.
East Corner Fort
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Leading Journals in the Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has the Largest Circulation on tho Islands
and is the liest Medium for
Mr. Tiios. K, Nathnii:i, will receive all
advertisements and transact all business
f&- Orrii'i:: "Brenig Wock," corner
Nuuanu and Queen street (upstairs).
The Best Luncli in Town.
Tea. and Coffee
AT ALL HOUItS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
ELJ. 3STOIL.TEI. -Prop.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Mail Butchers1
A XI J -
Q-. J. "Waller, . . . Manager.
CHAS, T. GULIOK,
Notary Public for tlie Island of Oahu.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
Agent to Kraut Marriage Licenses, Hono
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islunds of I'ltt it
Soott'a Freight and Parcel Express.
Agent for the llurllngtoii Kouto.
JtKAIi ESTATE IIKOKEK
TELEPHONE Muiual lao
1 0. HoxllO ,
i8l Merchant it, Honolulu, II. I.
Steamer from San Francisco.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
V. O. BOX 372.
-1. 0. nox 21)7
-1'. 0. HON 1-15.
delivered to any liart of the Citv free.
Sc King Streets.
11. S. Moor.i:, Supt. W. II. Taylor, Pros.
Risk Iron Works,
Improved Sugar Machinery
BOILEUS & ENGINES.
For In gating and Water Works purposes
of any capacity.
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pipe & Fluuitug
MATHESON LOOK-JOINT I'll'E,
HEINE SAFETY BOILER,
SF For further particulars and cata
IRdscloii Iron. "Worlds,
San Francisco, California.
Oliia & Koa Firowoot
At $8 Per Cord CASH
flgy-AND DELIVERED -m
A SHIPMENT OF
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
- FOlt BALE II Y
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
A FIHST-ULAbS FAMILY 1IAT1IIN0
Y lloiiort at Wnlkllil. Trniiir-ant pass
thu eiite. Hnetiin
arrangements can bu
niadu for Family
nemos nun i.vuniiig
60 cunt month.
Koyal Uawaiian Opera How
Scries or Interesting Incidents In
Adapted for tho Stage by Hip II w,n Ponoi
Iii!Miic Co., to bo presented In Eng
lish by Native lluwalians on
SATURDAY EVENING, April 8tli,
Will bo produced a Melo-draniu in
Two Act", entitled;
"The Lady Z Twilight"
ISTe-w Scenes 1
New Oostu.rn.es 1
lTsw Songs I
A Musical Interlude by tho Company:
Overture Hawaiian Hand
"Landing of Lono and His Death"
Characters by the Company.
4"P- A Set of lieali-.tie Scenery has been
specially designed and painted' for these
Prices as Usual 50c, 75c. & $1.00.
Vw. Uox 1'lnn open at Levey's whoic
Tickets can be had for all parts of tho
NOTICE AND PROGRAMME
Close to the liailroad, below Mr. Waller's
lliewer) , to be held on
Saturday, April 15th,
FltOM 0::st) A. M. TO 7 1. M.,
Under tho management of Mns. Wii.cox
and Mils. Wam.iik, of Kalihi, aided by
many White and Hawaiian Ladies.
Superintended by l!nv. Evrui.u Cm:mi.."I,
for Church Purposes.
Two Talilui Foieign and Hawaiian; Clrab
Iio.es; Itallle; Lois and I'lower Ta
bles: Ice Cream and Cindy
Tables; Scales; Etc.
NO ADMISSION FEE WILL BE CHARGED.
i Flag Tal
Tablo Tickets 00 Cents.
The Hand of St. Louis College will play
during the whole day several of their beau
tiful pieces to make of the occasion not
only a lucrative day, but also a very enjoy
able one for everyone.
flST- Trains will run at Excursion Hates
fioni Honolulu and Moaualua to the Fair
Grounds es'ery half hour from !) a. m. to 1
i'. m,; evory hour from 1 to 5 r. m.; every
half liour again from ! to 7 r. M.
t& Tickets for the I.ttnu may be had
any timo after Tuesday, March 1 It'll.
tXf Tickets for Trains (round trip),
only 'Zb cents, w ill be delivered at the Depot
on tho two preceding days, A pi 11 llith and
X. 15. The .'.")(. Ticket gives right either
to thu -oc. Luau Table, or to the Lunch
Table, or to tho lee Cream Table.
HAWAIIAN TABLE: Mrs. W. L. Wil
co and Assistants.
FAXCY TA11LE: Mrs. T. A. I.lovl,
Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. . I. F. Morgan and Mrs.
MIA IT: Mis. Meek, Miss Wright and
ICE CltEAM and COFFEE: Mrs. J.
W. McDonald, Mrs. Arthur McDowell and
the Misses McLain.
CANDY and LEMONADE TAI1LE:
Miss M. Tuck and the Misses Terry.
(JltAIt DOXES: Miss May Lloyd.
LELS TA1SLE: Mis. J. Allan and As
sistants. BCALIW: Miss Edna Lloyd.
The following choice bit of word painting
occurs in Hawthorne's Marble Faun:
" Women be they of what eaithlv rank
they may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with aw fill beauty, have
always some little handiwork ready to till
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
neudlo is familiar to tho lingers of them all.
A ijucon, 110 doubt, plies it on occasion; the
woman lioet can use it as adroitly as her
pen; tho woman s oyo, that has discovered
a new star, funis fiom its glory to send tho
polished little Instrument gloaming along
tho hum of her kerehlof, or todarna casual
fray in her dress. And they have greatly
the advantage of us in this respect. The
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united with the small, familiar, gentle in
terests of life, the continually operating In
lliiences of which do so much for tho health
of the oharactcr, anil curry oil' what would
otherwise be a dangoious accumulation of
mm hid sensibility. A vast deal of liuinun
sympathy runs along this electiie line,
btieteliing from the throne to the wicker
chair of the humblest seamstress and
keeping high and low in a species of com
munion with their kindled beings,"
HousowivcH, while you ply tne needle,
have oil ever rellectod on tlie vicissitudes
of life? (see to it that 011r husbands pro
vide fur tho futuio welfuie of theii families
by at onco applying for a 1'oliey' in the
EO.lMTAUI.15 LIFE AHhUJtAN'CE H0
CIETY of the United btates. No more
suitable gift could bo ollered to you.
BRUCE & A. J. OARTWniGHT,
fionerul Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Equitable Life Assurance Society of tlie
M, L MINER, D, Y, S.,
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
OFFICE: HOTEL bTAULEH.
oil 111; iiouiiss
8 to 10 A. M.i
1:30 to :i;3U r. st.
With Dr. IM.. Miner,
All Galls Will Receive Prompt Attention,
Tho Liberal on "Oolonol Rancor."
Editor Bulletin :
As a sample of tho litornturo (?)
existing in tho interests of tho Pro
visional Govurntnunl, tho English
columns of tho Liberal are qviito au
interesting study. Under tho head
ing of "Notes by G. 11.," in a recent
number of that organ, appears tho
following: "Tho public are treated
to an exhibition of colonial rancor
on this annexation agitation." Thou
follows the names of alleged colo
nials all worthy exemplary citizens
of long standing in this community,
who are hold up for condemnation
and boycott and decapitation by
this anonymous waif, who, if ono
would judge by his literary stylo,
would bo morn at homo with an
ollleo broom than a pen.
As a sample of this government
organ's reckless mendacity I quote
from the Liberal's notes of tho 20th
tilt., tho following bit of original
news: "In the face of tho petitions
constantly pouring in at Washing
ton from Canada ami othor English
Colonies for annexation, it looks as
if these people wore about a dny bo
hind the fair." That indeed is nows
to colonials, but not moro startling
to them, than it would bo to tho
authorities at Washington, and to
tho distinguished authority on tho
subject who is at present in our
midst. The O-. 11. who could pen
such a statement will surely blossom
out under his full namo of "Giant
Humbug" of tho present period of
brazen cheek and unlimited gall.
Ho surely ought to have been Font
to Washington; as a commissioner
ho would stand well for place as
As one of tho "colonials" referred
to by this anonymous chartered hun
gry ollice-hunling, illiterate ink
slinger, who dares under the cover
of the piosout provisional order of
things to assume the libed' of mak
ing free witli honest men's names, 1
repel his contemptible insinuation
of being "un-American" and opposed
to tho annexation of this country to
tho United States. To pen such a
statement as this proves G. H. to be
either a very recent arrival or, if
long in the country, much of his
time must have been spent in seclu
sion. I was sent for and had my ex
penses paid to come to this country
tome twelve years ago to work for a
business house, but it never onco oc
curred to mo that I owned this king
dom, which I found hero on arrival,
or was since vested or "seized" with
anj- right notwithstanding that 1
have a family of children born here
to join any faction, with or with
out guns, for tho purpose of annex
As a loyal subject of 1113 own gov
ernment and Queen, I am laid under
tho obligation to respect tho liberty
of others and not unduly meddle,
knowing as I do from my thirty
years' life in the Pacific, that bucca
neering of itii3T sort is recorded and
remembered and sot down to tho
credit of Britishers if over they re
turn to any part of tho Empire.
To those of my own race who aro
born horo and who seem to havo this
country to dispose of, I havo noth
ing more to say than that thero will,
I suppose, bo two parties to tho bar
gain. 1 lived in tho United States,
may live there again, and I love its
liberal-hearted people, so largely of
British islands descent, and its free
institutions; and if ho had moro of
tho original stock hero instead of so
much of the whitewashed and run-to-seed
variety, tho Liberal and tho
Annexation peoplo might not havo
to lament the admitted fact, that
tho Hawaiian is "anti-Amorican and
becoming moro o." I am not with
out hope that the Hawaiian will ere
long learn that America is magnani
mous as she is great, and hope that
thoy may incline to her as their
natural friend and protector.
In conclusion let 1110 sa' to all and
sundry of tho "G. H." stripe, that
I am no place-hunter. I novor asked
a favor from a Minister or anyono in
this country. If "G. H." is writing
or gunning for bread, as many good
and fairly honest men aro, I sympa
thize with him and hope for those
hotter times when wo can all afTord
to uso cleaner ink.
D. M. Chowlky.
A Minister Perplexed.
The Attorney-General, Mr. W. O.
Smith, has undertaken tho ollico of
chief scalper and is on the dead
hunt after "rank royalists" who aro
yet unscalped. There aro over two
hundred heroes yet unprovided for
and their increasing clamors for tho
propor recognition of their heroism
in paradiug on that memorable
Tuesday under the shadow of
the Boston's gallings must bo at
once attouded to. In order to
provido for these warriors who woro
lately reported by the Advertiser as
having '"laid down their lives, and
ready to repeat the same if neces
sary," all native Hnwaiians must bo
Tho latest objective point is tho
electric light department, tho man
agement of which is ordered to dis
miss some faithful, woll-t rained, eili
cient and cheaply paid natives, in
order to provido for tho men who
The llawaiiaus if discharged aro
relied upon io remain ouiet under
tho outrage. Such is tho logic of
guns and proves that the way to
patriotism in Hawaii is through a
depleted treasury, Tho present
Superintendent of Electric Lights
has been at considerable pains to
train his stall'. It has cost tho coun
(ryand himself something to do it.
lie has haved the country about
eight thousand dollars a year over
his predecessor, and all this is to bo
thrown to tho winds in order to pro
vido for a sot of menacing mercen
Elder S. S. Boavor, of MeAllistor
yille, .luuiatta Co., l'a., says his wifo
is subject to eraiup in the stomaoh.
Last Miiumor she tried Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhuia
Jtoimuly for it, and was much pleas
ed with thu speedy relief it all'ord
ed. She has since used it whenever
necessary and found that it never
fails. For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., iiguntti for the
Tho Shirt Maker's Rovengo.
Hold your ordors for Johnson Is coming
Tho shirt maker Is on tho way
Look out for his whiskers for'thoy arc leak
ing Till yon hear what ho hni to say.
Itcsticct to Johnson the bluffer Justly pnld
And noblo shirt maker honored his Joblots
But whonco this being? that a name so
Should join with Johnson the shirt man,
on a tomb bo seen.
Tills Johnson would better far proclaim,
To future ages bumble his Job lots namo,
Johnson and shirt maker had been well
Tho city collector and tho city bard.
Now import all your o called shirt makers
To take my honest living away If you can
I eamo to these Islands to work like n man
Hero will I stav in spite of vour teeth
For all kinds of shirt will 1 make to look
"last but not least."
I do all tho shirt cutting that is
dono at my place of business and in
caso tho shirts don't give entire satis
faction 1 will alter them, make now
shirts or rofund tho money. All
shirts that I mako will bo kept in
repair for 2 years froo of charge
A. L. JOHNSON,
Tho Amoriean Shirt Maker.
TCooms to lot with board at llaui
Eoot Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonsou, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonsou, Smith As Co.,
Dr. McLennan, Itfl Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone G82.
Prof. E. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Kosidence, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C. A.
Tho moro Chamberlain's Cough
Uemcdy is used the better it is liked.
Wo know of no other remedy that
always gives satisfaction. It is good
when you first catch cold. It is
good when your cough is seated and
your lungs aro soro. It is good in
anj' kind of a cough. Wo havo sold
twenly-iivo dozen of it and every
bottle has given satisfaction. Sted
maii fc Friedman, druggists, Minne
sota Lake, Minn. 50 cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawai
BY V1KTDK OF THKEE WRITS OF
Executions issued out of tlie Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit, on tho lilst day
of January, A. D. 181U, against Cunt. Wm.
Davies, defendant, in favor of E. G. Schu
mann, It. J. Greene and J. Hopp it Co.,
plaintiffs, for tho sums of lffl!).o.", $15!).7:2
and l!)7.2:j respectively, I have levied upon
and shall expose for sale at tho Police hta
ation, in the District of Honolulu, Island
of Oalm, at 12 o'clock of SATURDAY, the
8th day of April, A. D. 18'j:t, to tho highest
biddert all the right, title and interest of
the said Wm. Davics, defendant, in and
to the following property, unless said
judgment, interest, costsand my expenses
bo previously paid.
List of property for saio :
Two Honse Lots situated in Punahou,
Honolulu, on llingliam and Metcalf streets.
The first having an area of .75 of an acre,
more particularly described in deed of Paty
to Graham, recorded in Liber 7(1, pago 391.
Also, Lot containing 30,000 sfpiaro feet,
and described in deed of Dillingham to
Graham recorded in Liber 8.r, pain) 420,
both being portions of tlie Pasture Lot be
longing to tlie Oalm College and duly con
veyed to said Wm. Davios by deed of W.
11. Cornwell dated Aug. 5, 11-89, recorded
in Liber 118, page -100, together with tho
buildings anil appurtenances thereon.
Said property being subject to a mortgage,
however, of floOO, to tho estate of X. H.
Hobion, and to a second mortgage of iJSOO
to W. It. Castle, dated July 22, 1692, and
recorded in Liber 138. pane 171.
Also 15 Shaies otthe Pioneer Huilding
and Loan Association Company, said
Shares being represented by certificate
No. -1S9 for o Shares, and bv certificate No.
281 for 10 Shares. Said Shares of stock,
however, being subject together with tho
aforementioned Ileal Estate to the said
mortgage to W. It. Castle.
W. G. ASHLEY,
Honolulu, March 10, 189a.
IN RE MECHANICS'
HEUEAS, THE MECHANICS'
tablished under the Laws of the Hawaiian
Islands, has pursuant to the law in such
cases mado and provided, duly iiled at tho
Ollico of the Minister of the Interior, a
Petition for the Dissolution of tho said
Corporation, together with a certificate
thereto annexed, as required by law; now
Notice is hereby given to any and all
persons who havo 'been or are now inter
ested in any manner whatsoever in tho
said Corporation, that objections to the
granting of the said Petition must be tiled
in the ollico of tho undersigned on or be
fore WEDNESDAY, tho 21th day of May,
ls.93, and that any person or persons desir
ing to bo heard' thereon, must be in at
tendance at the ollico of the uiideislgiied
in Aliioliini Hale, Honolulu, at 10 o'clock
a. ji. of said day, to show cause why said
Petition should not bo granted.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollico, March 20, 1893.
Evening with Handel !
Lecture on the Lite and Music of Handel
F. M. ENGLISH, B. A.
Tho following Artists have most kindly
promised their assistance:
MISS DALE, MISS UUItGESS,
MISS 0ASTLH, MIL WAKKKIELD,
IT. HC. O. Jiu. Hall
Tuesday, April 11, 1893.
DR. M. GOTO,
Physician and Surgeon
Can bo consulted at his residence at Keo
licilla, on the miuilca side of King and Ewu
bide of Lllllui street, house formerly occu
pied by Mr. Uco, L. Dosha.
Will Vaccinato from Puro
cine Matter I
Uf Orrior. Houiwi
ami Iroiu 2 to 0 . m.
From 8 to 10 a. m,
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