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NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Office ok tiif llovni) of Education, 1
Honolulu, April (1, IWU. I
At a meeting of the Hoard of Kducatlon
hold April f, 1MB, It wns decided that ren
onali1o lonvo of absence may be granted
on application to such Tcaolicis as may
Viteh to visit the World's Fair at Chicago.
Teachers must llnd suitable substitutes
during their nbsome. The time for the
Regular Bummer Vucatloii will remain
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
InHpoctor-Qontral of Schools.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Govornmont Lots No. 74 and No.
75,VEsplanndo, Honolulu, Oahu.
On WEDNIMUAY, April 1'.', t8IO, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of A1II
olanl Hnlu, will bu sold at Public Auction
tho Lease of Oocrnment I.ots No. 71 and
To, Esplanade, Honolulu, Oahu, contain
ing an urea of 10,1)00 square feet, a little
mora or less.
Term Lcasu fur 10 year".
Upset price $.100 per annum, p.ijablc
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllco, March 11, IM).
Will bo received r-t the Olllce of tho lload
Supervisor, in thu Xapuaiw a llullding un
til SATURDAY, April 8th, at V o'clock
noon, to furnish to the Honolulu Komi
Hoard, Shoeing for the Government Stock,
for six months, commencing from Aprils,
1S93, and ending October 8, 18'j.
All bills must be endor-ed, "Tenders for
Shoeing Government Stock."
The lload Hoard do not bind themselves
to accept the lowest or any bid.
By ordor of the Honolulu ltoad Hoard.
W. H. CUMM1NGS,
lload Supervisor, Honolulu.
Honolulu, March JO, ISM.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, lb!M, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter be appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oahu shall bo made at
the Interior Olllce.
On the othel Islands it shall bo done at
the Ollio s of the '.everal Shciitis.
G. N. WILCOX.
Minister of the Interior.
I nicnor Olllce, Bee. 2. 1802. 5S9-tf
Mil. MOSE MANU has this day been
appointed Pouudmastor for tho Govern
ment Pound at Kipahulu, District of
Hana, Maui, ice S. W. Kahelu, Opio, re
signed. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, April 3, 1M.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Extahliihed for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, APRIL ('., 1893.
Ex-President Hariison is going
to write a book. As a President on
retiring is not supposed to hae
enemies any more, thoro will pre
sumably not be anybody to lojoice.
To those who assume that Hawaii
is unfit for self-government, under
any form, because corruption is sup
posed to havo tainted her Legisla
ture, is commended a perusal of re
velations of bribery on a munificent
scale in tho Kansas Legislature.
Thoro is conflict of authority be
tween tho Legislature of Minnesota
and tho District Court. As a court
has no power to onforco its decrees
excepting what a legislature confers
on it, it is hard to see how the Solons
of Minnesota can bo reduced to sub
mission in this case.
Mr. John Cassidy, Government
Inspector of Electric Lights, wishes
it stated, referring to a letter in yes
terday's issue, that thoro has boon
no ordor from tho Govornmont to
discharge any natives from tho elec
tric light department. All the talk
of such a thing was based on corre
spondence in tho Advertiser and
articles in tho somi-weokly dodger.
Mr. D. II. Hitchcock of Hilo, in
tho Planters' Monthly for March,
recommends cofloo planters to de
vote some ground to cocoa. Ho is
going to sot out l&OO trees himself
this year from his cocoa uursory,
aud figures on a yield worth $240 an
aero. Mr. Hitchcock or anybody
else who will practically demon
strate tho feasibility of raising a now
pnyiug product in these islands will
prove himself a public benefactor.
Tho Chinese iu tho United States
are going to innko thu strongest
legal fight possiblo against tho
Geary registration law. Thoy boa'st
through thoir loaders that, if it
comos to deporting those who will
not register, tho United States Gov
ernment will havo a bigger job on
its hands than it bargained for, Tho
job will bu appreciably magnified, if
Hnwnii bo tnhuu in, without special
legislation to exempt tlit fifteon
thousand Chinoso domiciled in these,
If tho tariir bill prepared by the
Now York Reform Club, in eonso
uaueo with tho Chicago pint form,
goes through tho United States will
take a fresh start in national finance.
A tariff for rovonuo only would pro
bablj" givo a troiuendous impetus to
foreign commerce. Foreign markets
being thrown wider open to Ameri
can products would m'oiuo an out
lot for tho surplus of American
manufactures. There would ensue
nnorn of national prosperity bojond
tho dreams of tho past. 1'robably
in a rovonuo tariff a moderate dutj
would bo put on sugar, which would
benefit Hawaii whether politically
or onh; commercially annexed.
Cleveland's administration is full of
promise for Ainoiica and all her i
It is very gratifying to those who,
in tho face of malignant misrepre
sentation and vicious detraction,
have uphold tho cause of civil rights
in anticipation of possible annexa
tion, to havo secured from tho or
gans of annexation at any prico tho
reluctant admission that Ihoy do
not expect tho United States to an
nex the islauds without accoiding
equal rights to native Hawaiians.
Tho Democratic party, through
President Cleveland, has scored a
big advantago in these islands in
advance of annexation, assuming
that it is intending to perfect a just
troaty of union, by its cautious, con
servathc and considerate action im
mediately on taking control of
United States affairs.
Capt. H. W. Mist, K. N., sent the
BiiLi.hTiK the same loiter as appear
ed in another paper yesterday, but
too late for publication 13' us tho
dny it was received. Tho letter cor
rects an article copied by tho Star
from a Now York paper, which gave
a political aspect to the freak of
two British midshipmen in Hono
lulu twonty-oight years ago. The
"middies," one of whom was tho
present Lord Charles Beresfoid,
woro charged with carrying off the
shiold bearing tho Amorican arms
from tho United States Legation.
Capt. Mist quotes from a local news
paper of tho time a lelation of "how
Capt. Tumour of tho Clio waited on
tho American Commissioner, and
made himself, and caused thorn to
make an ample apology; nor onh"
that, ho obliged them, in person, to
lestoro the shiold to oxactry tho
samo position and condition as be
fore their mischief." Further, Capt.
Mist shows that tho Amorican re
presentative only looked on tho
matter as "a mischievous midship
man's foolish fiolic," and ho proes
that the young lads were neither
"sent homo" nor "dismissed from
tho British navy for Qvo years."
Tho Same Idea Strikes Two Girls
With Disastrous Results.
It was a Christmas gift which
severed tho friendship that had ex
isted between May Eastlako and
Ethol Higgius; or, to speak strictly,
the' woro parted by two Christmas
They had been close friends, says
a writer in Judge, as you may inler
from the fact that each sent the
other on Christinas oo a token of
esteem befitting tho season of loving
A week boforo Christinas May
found iu a store a vase wliich she
thought would be just tho thing for
Ethel's Christmas present, and sho
bought it, with the intention of
sending it to lior when tho day
Iho storeuooper had several other
vases just like it, and, as it lumpen
ed, Ethol Higgins saw thoin too, and
decided to buy ono for her friond.
Christinas ovo each of tho girls
sent tho vaso sho had selected to the
person for whom it was intended,
but tho result was very unsatisfac
tory. "Well," exclaimed May, indignant
ly, after sho had undone tho pack
ago, "so Ethol Higgins thinks tl at
vaso isn't good enough for her
Christinas present, does she?" Thai
settles itl I'll novor speak to her
When Ethol Higgins removed the
wrappings from tho bundle tho mes
senger boy loft with hor, and saw
tho familiar vaso sho had sent to
her friend, sho turned red and then
white with mortification and angor,
"So May Eastlako has tho iinpu
donco to send my present back, lias
sho? Well, I always thought sho
had bomo sense, but I seo I was niis
takon. If lover havo anything to
do with her again I hope I shall
Thus the two maidens became es
tranged, mid they havo novor dis
covered that thoy woro parted bj'
their own desire to express thoir ap
preciation of each other at tho hap
py CluiHlmas time.
Tho more Chamhoi Iain's Cough
iiomody is used tho better it is liked.
Wo know of no other remedy that
always gives satisfaction. It is good
whon you first catch cold. It is
good wliuu your cough is seated and
your lungs nro boro. Jt is good 111 1
any kind of a cough. Wo havo 6old 1
iweniy-nvo uoiou 01 11 and every
bottle has given satisfaction. St oil
man & Fiiediuau, druggists, Minne
sota Lake, Minn. f0 cunt bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith iS; Co,, aguulH fur the Hawai
Infernal Machino and Bombs Con
coaled in a Ship.
New York, March 18. Tho fact
lias just come to light that just no
lo ro tho ship Cyrus Wakefield mailed
for San Francisco, on Fiidav morn
"g, two dyimmito bombs woro found
!" hl,r , l. (l V1 1S0MWIP": of h3
iwu iiuu'ura ui ino snip roiusou to
sail on her and remained in New
York, positive in tho belief that
there is some "-choino nfoot to sink
tho craft boforo sho reaches San
Francisco. Tho story of tho dyna
mite found among tho cargo of tho
ship was told by one of tho oilicors
who refused to sail with her after
tho finding of tho dynamite, and is
Tho first case of explosives or
bombs was found two weeks ago
when tho ship was loading. It was
discovered by a stoedoio between
the timber streaks on the oort side
or the ship and with planking laid
over it. Tho dynamite was in an
ii on cylinder, from the oml of which
protruded a bunch of matches. A
piece of sandstone was suspended
above the matches in such a posi
tion that once at sea tho plunging
and tho rolling ship would cause
tho sandstone to sway against the
matches, thus igniting them and
causing tho dynamite to explode.
This discovery caused not a little
apprehension among tho oilicors and
crow, but as thoio was no address on
tho ease and no clow as to how it
came to bo in tho ship apprehension
was aliased, and tho work of load
ing continued and the circumstance
was all but forgotten. There was a
largo consignment of oil in casks.
By coincidonco or othorwise, this oil
was stowed almost over tho dyna
mite. Just ono weok after tho first bomb
was found gieat consternation was
created among those on board by
tho finding of a second bomb. This
was on tho day befoio tho ship was
to hao sailed. The second bomb
was like tho first, and was placed
similarly with a tiain of powder
lending fiom a small opening to a
bundle of matches. On finding tne
second bomb Captain Morton re
fused to go to soa on tho Wakefield,
and another oflicer also declined tho
sail. Finally a captain willing to
take the ship out was found, and on
Friday sho put to sea. Tho Cyrus
Wakefield is a wooden ship of 2700
tons register. Sho carries a general
cargo aud is fully insured, as is also
The Cyius Wakefield has been in
tho Capo Horn service for a long
time, and sho conies to San Fran
cisco consigned to tho well-known
firm of Sutton & Bueho. Call.
To Fight tho Geary Act.
Lawyer Joseph M. Choato of New
Yoik has boon retained by tho Chi
nese Sis Companies of San Fran
cisco to fight tho Geary law. Ex
Assistant United States District At
torney Maxwell Evarts will bo asso
ciated witli Choato in tho effort to
defeat tho law. Evarts will seo that
the program laid down is canied
oitt, and Choato is to make an argu
ment in tho Supreme Court at
Washington when tho ease roaches
Tho Chinamen in Xew Yoik and
vicinity havo raised a largo fund to
tost, the constitutionality of tho
Geary law. It is reported (hat New
York and Brooklyn Chinamen had
already subscribed 30,U0(), and iwy
can raise as much niuro should tho
necessity arise. They say that, pro
vided they do not register, the
United States Government will have
a bigger job on hand than it bar
gained for, it it intends to rotuin all
Mongolians to their former homes.
What Pomps Are.
There is a eloigymaii who talks to
the children of his (hutch about tho
diitie-. of giving up tho vanities of
this world, and a- most of Ihein be
long to tho class that does not own
winter undeiclothing this advice
seems a little unnecessary.
Last Sunday afternoon ho was, as
usual, exhorting his hoaiei-, to ,acii
fico things thoy did not possess and
to lenoniice the famous trio of tho
world, the flesh and the devil. Sud
denly it occurred to him that per
haps his language was not clear to
,,' ,,., t Inl?11,nilli w!fll vinw ,n
tho infant mind, and with a view to
finding out ho said: "I've been toll
ing you of the pomps and vanities
of this life. Now, 1 want lo know
who can toll 1110 whnt pomps aio."
There was dead silence until a hoy
who lisped put up hN hand and 10
marked, "Pleat h, tlnr, pomiilh it It
thingth to got water out of." Jtuf-
Iiooms to lot with board at Ilani
Koot Tieer on diaught at Menson,
Smith k. Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith iV Co.,
TVr f. I .nil 1111,1 111 lnff Lilrnaf
nlinvit TTtil ( Miiviiii'i. mi. I s!i, ,,!,.,.? . .etliuiwUo ht a (humorous uuuuiiuilatiun of
above Hotel. C .iron e and JsugiealJI101,,m nm,ii)luu,b A Vllbt a ()( i,ulmm
cases. Mutual'! olophone 082. inimth mm aloim this cleutilu lino,
.,." . ... Btiotulilni! tiom tlio tlirono to tliu vvlukor
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
thiuo giving instruction iu private
and iu classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C. A.
In saying that Hood's Sarsaparilla
cures, its proprietors make no idle
or extravagant claim. Statements
from thousands of reliable people of
what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done
for thorn, conclusively nrovo tho fact
-Hood's Sarsaparilla Cuie.s.
.m , m
Hood's Pills act ospooiidly upon
tliu liver, rousing it from torpidity
to its natural dutiet, euio constipa
tion aud assist digestion.
The Dully Bulletin k delivered by
tarrttrt for 60 tUnU per munth.
A BED-HAIRED CHINESE.
Miah Oo'a Quouo Is Not Black and
Ho Is Consequently Abhorrod.
Chinatown boasts of a great rarity
in a full-blooded Chinese who is
probablv tho only red-headed one
on tho face of the earth. And what
is more, tho Chinese has a light i
complexion and blue oyes, and ho is
Misli Go, as is tho freak's name, ,
was born in China of Chinese pnr
onts about thirty years ago, and
eaino to San Francisco a year ago. j
Ho is shunned and disliked by tho i
great majority of his countrymen. )
"ShooDovo" is one of the nick- I
names applied to him, because from
tho Chinese standpoint his oes ro
somblo thoso of a sheep moiethan
those of a human being. Mish Go
lives in one of the dens of SnofTbul
alley, anil is neur scon in close asso-
elation with other deniens of I
("lliiiuitmvii. nvimiilimr u him hn jrnnx I
to coitniti stores to ifispo-o of cheap 1
iriuixcis, uv wnien means. iW acquires
a living. j
The reason of (ho Chinese being 1
uoiu 111 sueii uisinior was oimuiiiou
bv Worn? Woh. a fuiluiio teller, who i
daily occupies a poitioibof tho side- 1 the future welfare of the peo
walk 011 Washington street, above ' , ,,,, .. , . . '
Dupont. "Very many yea is ago," . pic 1 hat lus decision, after
il o said, "there was another red-
liivnrlnrl P.lnlinm.nti ill flliinn. TTix
lived t hero so long ago that no ono tion, will be f't'ist no one has a
now living had ever seen him. Chow r;fTi1t. to .,;,, r,M, n u,:n
Fut was his name, and ho was tall nss'u lo Iu.CblIon' tn,lL n um
aud fair of complexion. From some , be honest in the expression of
cause not pleasing in (hooves of ono 1 ,. .,,. ,. u . ,i:
of the numerous gods, Chew Fut his convictions is not to be dis-
was known of all over Noith China, I puled by anyone who has ever
where ho lived and grow toman- ,. , . , 1 1 .. 1 c r
hood, 1 lived in the United States, for
''Ono davit vyas disclosed to a few j ir Blount is a Southerner;
of the faithful that this panioular , .
Chinese with tho red hair must die, ' nothing more is necessary to
but it was. u,t explained by the deity commend him to the p rover
why. It is not known to this dny . . '
why tho ordor was disobeyed, for no bial hospitality of the 1 lawauan
stops weio taken to end tho life of ! .,,,..;,..
Chew Fut, and so a fearful vonge- , n'UI01-
mice was wreaked on the people. A By this time the needs of
teiriblo earthquake occurred, and 1 , . 1 1 1 .
the waters of the sea overflowed tho th country have been brought
land, engulfing thousands of inhabi- lo njs attention, and he no
tants, who were eat lied out to sea I . . ,. ,
by tho receding waters and drowned, doubt realizes the necessity
""The red-haired Chinese was lost . for careful inquiry into the
at the same time and it b believed 0faffairs and the causes
was tinusported duect to tho infer- I . . , . . , . ,
nal regions, wheio he must always which precipitated the revolu
sufler fearful tortuio." S. F. JCi- j tion. He knows that prompt
rnmrr. I action is necessary and has
"Gore "a " Q Q
I had been troubled five months
with Dyspepsia. The doctois told
me it was chronic. I had a fullness
after eating and a heavy load ;n the
pit of my stomach. I suffered fre
quently from a Water Brash of clear
matter. Sometimes a deathly Sick-
..... I. At. C?.-. 1. ........1.1 il
urab.a 111c oiuin.iuiwuiuuuvuui.'vi; 1 r .1 11 1
me. Then again I would have the me.nt of others, nor will the
terrible pains of Wind Colic. At j claims of one political faction
such times I would try to belch and receive one ioia more of Air.
could not 1 .was working then for Blount's attention than an
Thomas McIIenry, Druinnst, Cor. , c- . -n
Irwin and Western Ave., Allegheny other- . Sentiment will cut no
City, Pa., in whose employ Iliad (figure in the settlement of the
been for seven years. Finally I used difficulty; if in the honorable
August Flower and after using just ndl.man.s opinion the in
one bott' for two weeks, was en- ! fa r . . ', . ' .
tirely relieved of all the trouble. I 1 crests of the I l.iwanan people
can now eat things I dared not touch may be best served by their
before. I would like to refer you to being taken under the wing of
Mr. McIIenry for whom I worked, I lhe national bird of freedom,
who knows all about my condition, ' , . .... . , '
and from whom I bought the medi- I "e wing will be raised to re
cine. I live with my wife and family ceive them, and no power un
at 39 james st., Allegheny uty.i'a.
Signed, John D. Cox.
G. G. GnrKX Sole Manufacturer.
Weoi'.biuy, .cw Jwscy, U. S. A
By Lewis J. Levey.
REGULAR GASH SALE
TO-MORROW, April 7th,
AT 10 0'fI.Ol'lC A. !.,
I will sell at I'ulilii' Auction, at my Salus-
A General Assortment
of Merchandise !
2 BRAKES, 1 OPEN BUGGY. ,
Xje-wis J". Levey, i
Tin follow hiK choliH! bit of word painting
umiri in Hautlioino's Marble Kami:
" VVuiiKiii bu the of what imrthk rank
limy may, however gifted with intellect or J
.;nuis,oi endow en imnawiui ucaui), nave
ahas some little hamliwoik leudj to till
the tiny (.'aji of ovi'ry vacant moment. A
needle is familiar tothofingen of them all.
A qiKcn, no doubt, plies it on occasion; the
woman ieet can tine it as mlroitlv as her
cu; tlio uomau'H ee, that han diHcoveiud
a new slar, turns from its glory to wml tho
ulilicd little instrument gleaming along
thu hem of her Kerchief, or to darn a casual
Iray in lur diess. And thoy have greatly
the advantage of UH In thin l expect. Tliu
sleudei tin end of silk or cotton keeps them
unilid with tho small, familial, gentle iu
toiestHof life, the continually onerntliiL' in-
tluemesof which do o much fertile health
of the ehaiaetei, and carry oil whut would
chair of thu humblest buniiibtiess, and
Keeping high aud low in a sputies of com
munion with their kindred linings."
JIotiKuwivos, wiillo you ply tliu needlu,
havo ou evur relltetud on the vicissitudes
of life Sou to it that your hinbaudH pio
vhtu foi tho futuio welfare of their families
hyat once annhing for a l'oli.sv in the
KuinTAiu.p 1,1 fi: ASHUiiAN'ci; bo-
ClL'n of tho United 8tatei. No moro
BRUCE & A. J. GAIl'rWRIuIiT,
Ooneral AgcntH for the Hawaiian Ibl.iiulu
i:nltablu Life AsB.iraneo Society of tliu
United KlnK s.
T AWN MOWlillH '10 1,KT HV TUP,
I J da , weil. or inoiitlr Jtcpalrhig,
'leaning and sharpening done; Ihipdtatu
rioiun furnished when ruiilicd, .M.uhlucK
c.illid fur and iciuined. ,lo, Hep tiling
Oardeii Hum' in fuel, can do an) thing
necebwin aiouud tliu hoiuc or mable.
Hint- up Mutual 'leicphone 1.
WU-tl N. K. lIUUUlIbB.
Hawaii! Hardware Co, L'fl
Saturday, April J, 1893. I
rite rather unexpected ar- j
rival of Mr. Blount augurs well
r , , , ?
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
comes as the ro
of the greatest
earth; he comes
untrainmeled by selfish inter
with no desire to
side or the other.
ti . 1 .. mi 1 1
Upon his report will depend
a careful review of the situa-
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 reepjirements 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-
; 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 lhat the intelli'fciae 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 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
uuv- ""' " v. -"-i-iii iw ov.
supphing the material. Peo-
i l ' i i ,
I pic go where they cm get the
best lor the least money, and
our store fills the bill in the
paint line as it does iu every
thing else. Lamps, 1 lavilaiul
Ware and Cutlery. I lave you
ever noticed it?
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite hplLukcU' lllock,
Cornier Fort Sc
SPECIAL SALE IN
Trunks and Valises
for 10 xxatsts onsrx-fsr.
THH SAXHI "WITjIj aoiwrMraKTOEJ
"W"ecL:n.scla,,y -A.pril JE57
And will Close Saturday, April 15tli.
During this Sale 1 will ofl'er to tlio public ono of the Largest and
llc-l Selected Stock of Trunks ami Valises
ever seen in Honolulu
At Prices wliich will Astonish You All !
33? This snlo will be n fino clinnco for those intending to
travel this suiiiiner, us you will lind most any stylo iu tho shape
of 11 Trunk or Valise at tho Ti:miu: ok FasiIion.
'KS No Goods in the above mentioned line will be
Sold to the Trade during the Sale !
1ST 1 also reserve the righi to sell no more limn Ono Trunk
and One Valise to any ono customer.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. I.
THEO. H. DA VIES & GO.
HAVE .1UST OlT.NKh OUT A OHOIOIJ I)1SIM,A.Y OP
LAI1G1) ABSOItTMKNT OF
General Crockery and Glassware !
French Center K.vigs,
Frexicli Sofa 12,-ugs,
French Door iRugs,
French Stair Carpets in Latest Designs, French Iron Beds, Double and Single; Baby Ccis
Sets of Telescopic Card and Fancy Tea Tables !
Dasket Trunks, Stoaraer Trunks, Wooden Trunks.
to ci,i:ak out coxsigxmkxt
American & English Bicycles u:ZL
To Let or Lease.
ROOMS TO LET.
rpVO XICllLY KUll
JL nhhed ItuuiiH at No.
1 G.udcn J-inc, vcrv lea
ji:v housi: op rivi; i sf?."
rwim fill Mmrn inn Jm . J '.Vi." .
titct, witli Itatliioiiiii, pat- Siii''?Ti!
enl . O., etc. uuiiii.m Ii ''-iiiiiS-onc
of tin iinc-t vicwi in Honolulu. Apply
in (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
rsi: lti.ooicruo.M m:.
lti.ooKruo.M bv.- A"ir-'
Ltania -ticct cur, a Svi'ifidv!;
nil Convenient Cot- SEinlr'iiifPi
tain; uf Six. ltnoiiK. Lari'u y.yJ'i-jifU-
Lut, htanie and Lliaki-n iioiim. Appl to
l. it. Jii:.)llV,
ill iiawulinii liaiilwaio l o.'s "toir.
TO LET OB LEASE
rniincO'lTAdU AT SO.
-,v l.'In.ktt- i lot. ilt .J '' vk." .K
occupied hj .Mr.M.H. Levy, gn5SfiL
containing .i Hi (linuiiii, 1'ar- fcrki cct,'Aggit
lur, Diuiug-ioom, Kid lien and ISatliioom;
btiibltt in y.ud; Artoim Watm laid on.
for particulars and terms, apply to
013-tf at E. 0. Hall .t boni'.
iiiB of 4 ltooin, Kit
chen, Small )ack aid and
side entrance, at muiPiit
oicupiuil as u saddlery shop hy Joso Dia",
in tne uu-unesi pan oi tne town unci cen
tralis located, b'or paitieulais apply to
On tliu premises or by letter.
Wiillukn, JIarch -h. liSl-lw
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
ATTHi: ANNUAL .MKKTINO OK Till:
Stool.liuldciri of the Intcr-I&land
btcam NaviKiitlou Co., (I.'il), hi id this
day, tho follow inn Olllcers and Diieutor-i
were ekcted for thu ciiHiiini; jlmi :
W. 11. Oodfioy
J. Una . ,
V. II. Mul-eau
.1. 1.. .McLean
T. V. llohron
lid Will III lUllhCHIIH!
V, II. Ooilfiay, .1. nun, (I. N. Wilcox.
V. O. bmlili, 1'. A. Hchitefui.
W. II. Mil.UAN,
.... .rwiutury 1. I.b. .N. Co.
iliilioliilu, II. 1 MuiclrJI, IfH.
pUBITlOX Ah llnOKICI.KI'KIt (lit
J. Clink, nilhiu In limn or on phiniii
lion, Aildiuki"!!.," lllUullicu. Oeii-lt
.. , Deoanter3
Etc. Etc. Etc.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
11 ! H
Tiinni: will m: sold at puulio
On SATURDAY, April 3, 1893,
AT I.' O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Am linn Jioom of .IAS. 1 MOU
UAN , Queen itieet,
an iv...: a. i. ii t j.
m mum uiiiiii'Sieiios
Lying on thu Main ltoad lictweuu Hon.
('has, I,. Hopkins' piemises and Jlr. JI.ic
farlano's dai-y, and fonnorly known as
U. W. Keiiweainahi's prein'ise.s. Tlice
Lots are tlie
Best Unsold Lots in tlie City I
A veiy pood opportunity to get
Torma are 3asy I
tip- Deeds at the expeiiMi of tlio pur
cliascis. C2T l-'or fuitlior lurticulais apjily to
WILLI AM 0. AC1U.
Honolulu, April 1, 18'),!, (jiii .(it
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let er Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
. . . . . ....
with l'luauant OioiiihIh.
foriuerlv the rusldencu of the lato 11. J.
Unit, siluatu on Niiuiinu Avenuo below
buhool atieet, Tiums easy. GUd-tf
NOTE llefoio bfuklng or closinfi I ai
gaiiiH ulseuhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at onto eoiibiilt tliu iimler
hlgued at their olllce.
lOer-W'v kcop jiroierty In llist-ulims i on
dilion. Oiu teims are inoduiatu and as
landloids o will always bo found luicon
ahlu In our dealings.
iST" Apply in onoli ease to
BRUCE or A. J. OARTVniOUT,
'('artwright IIiiIIiIIiik," Merchant stieet.
c inn nnn
NOTICE OF BALE.
rpiiK uNi)i;i:bioNi:i) iiiiiiktokoui:
X lining buxiliii-" at llnuokna, llauall,
Into tlilt. daold lilx entire flock of Mel
cImiiiIUh, llurceii, ('jitilc i 'in in, Uuildiiigh,
and lli.ok Aioiuins of wliali-otver uiiiuiu
in Kwoug Vie Cluing, linn In aliuiu aiiilio
rind lo culled uutMumlliiK uccounlri,
(bliiiiuit) TAM1 HJJi:.
Ul.lw 11) MOuk lllli.