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IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Frosli California Roll Butter and Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND Cf
Hew Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
All Orders faithfully attended to.
solicited and packod with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street -
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
-P. O. BOX 372.
BOTH TELEPHONES !MO-
-V. 0. BOX 207
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
Royal Hawaiian Opera Uons
li. .1. l.ovuy l.uM-ec.
J. 1'. Kiihalewai Htago Manager.
Series or Interesting Incidents In
Adapted for the. Stnge by the Hawaii I'onoi
Duvmatio f!n., to be presented in Eng
lish by Native llawaiiuns on
SATURDAY EVENING, April 8th,
Will bo produced a Mclo-draiua In
Two Acts, entitled;
"The Lady STiiligM"
ISTow Soenes I
Now Oostumos I
New Songs I
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Cala. Steamer
ICE HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Island Orders Solicited.
-1 0. BOX 115.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Peed.
New Goods Received by Every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All Orders faithfully attended to and Goods delivered to any part of the City free.
Island Orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
East Corner Fort & King Streets.
A Musical Interlude by the Company.
Overture Hawaiian Band
"Landing of Lono and His Death"
Characters by the Company.
J081" A Set of Realistic Scenery has been
specially designed and painted for these
Prices as Usual 80c, 75c. & $1.00.
t&- Box Plan open at Levey's whore
Tickets can be had for all parts of the
NOTICE AND PROGRAMME
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Leading Journals in the Kingdom.
R. S. Moori:, Supt. W. H. Taylou, Pres.
Rision Iron Works.
San Francisco, - - Cal.
Improved Sugar Machinery
BOILERS & ENGINES.
Close to the Railroad, below Mr. Waller's
Brewery, to he held on
Saturday, April 15th,
FROM 0:30 A. M. TO 7 P. M.,
Under the management of Mas. Wilcox
and Mils. Wai.li:u, of Kalihi, aided by
many White and Hawaiian Ladies.
Superintended by Rr.v. F.wimt Pixmunt,
for Clmi uh Purposes.
Two Tables Foreign and Hawaiian; Oral)
Boxes; Ratlle; Leis and Flower Ta
bles: lee Cream and Candy
Tables; Scales; Etc.
NO ADMISSION FEE WILL BE CHARGED.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has the Largest Circulation on the Islands
and is the Best Medium for
Mb. Thos. K. Nathaniel will receive all
advertisements and transact all business
OF Office: "Brenig Block," corner
Nuuanu and Queen street (upstairs).
Two Blue Flag Tables
One Pink F
Tickets 25 Cents.
'lag Table Tickets 50 Cents.
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea a-xici OofTee
AT ALL HOUnS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON IIAND.
h: J. NOLTE, I19
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
For Irrigating and Water Works purposes
of any capacity.
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pipe & Fluinlng
MATHESON LOCK-JOINT PIPE.
HEINE SAFETY BOILER,
For further particulars and cata
K.isciorL Iron "Works,
San Francisco, California.
Oliia d Koa Firewood
The Band 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.
V Trains will run at Excursion Rates
from Honolulu and Moanalua to the Fair
Grounds every half hour from i) a. m. to 1
r. i.; every hour from 1 too e. m.; every
half hour again from 5 to 7 r. m.
&- Tickets for the Luau may be had
any time after Tuesday, March 11th.
Ktf Tickets for Trains (round trip),
only 25 cents, will be delivered at the Depot
on tho two preceding days, April 13th and
N. B. The 2.")c. Ticket gives right either
to the 25c. Luau Table, or to the Lunch
Table, or to the Ice Cream Table.
HAWAIIAN TABLE: Mrs. W. L. Wil
cox and Assistants.
FANCY TABLE: Mm. T. A. Llovd,
Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. . I. F. Morgan and Mrs.
LUAU: Mrs. Meek, Miss Wright and
TOE CREAM and COFFEE: Mrs. J.
V. McDonald, Mrs. Arthur McDowell and
the Misses McLain.
CANDY and LEMONADE TABLE:
Miss M. Ti'Ck and the Misses Perry.
GRAB BOXES: Miss May Lloyd.
LEIS TABLE: Mrs. J. Ailmi and As
sistants. SCALES: Miss Edna Lloyd.
At $8 Per Cord-CASH
Of AND DELIVERED
A SHIPMENT OF
Or, J. "Waller. . . . Manager.
CHAS. T. G-ULIOK,
Notary Public or the Island of Oaliu,
Agent to taku Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands of Pitt &
Buott'H Freight and Parcel Express,
Agent for the Burlington Itoutu.
REAL KSTA.TK BROKER
and UENEHAI. AUENT.
Hull 318- TELEPHONE
--I O. Box 415
M Merchant it.
Honolulu, H. T
Fislibrand Oil Clothing
FOR BALE BY -
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
11 Resort at Walkikl.
the gate. Special
made for Family
arrangements cun bu
ricnics ami r.vuuiiig
Dally Bulletin ,
60 cent u mun(h
The following choice bit of word painting
occurs in Hawthorne's Marble Faun:
" Women bo they of what earthly rank
they may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with awful beauty , luvu
always some little handiwork ready to Jill
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle is tamiliar to the lingers of them all.
A iiueou, no doubt, plies it on occasion ; the
woman poet can use it as adroitly- as her
pen; the woman's oyo, that has discovered
a new star, turns from its glory to semi the
polished little instrument gleaming along
tho hem of her kerchief, or todam a casual
fray in her dress. And they have greatly
the advantage of us In this respect. The
Hlcndor thread of silk or cotton keeps t Item
united with the small, liiiulllar, gentle in
terests of lite, the continuallyopeiating in
Ihiences of w hleh do so much forthe health
of tho character, and cairy oil' whin would I
otherwise be a dangorou accumulation of
linn hhl sensibility. A vast deal ot human
sympathy runs along this electric line,
sketching from the throne to the wicker
chair of the humblest seamstress, and
keeping high and low In a species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
Housewives, while you ply tne needle,
have you over rellected on tlie vicissitudes
of HfoV Keo to It that your husbands pro
vide for tho future weltaru of their families
bv at once applying for a Pulley In the
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SO
CIETY of the United btules. No more
suitable gift could he ollcrcd to you.
BRUCE & A. J. 0ARTWRIGIIT,
General Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands
Equitable Life Assiuanco Society of the
M, L. MINER, D, V, S.,
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
OFFICE! HOTEL STABLES.
8 to 10 a. t.; 1:30 to 3:3(1 i m.
Cm- ItiwiinsKCK: With Dr. V. L. Miner,
All Galls Will Receive Prompt Attention,
Halt ! 1 1
T tun not ono of the Inmry white
mercenary filibusters (lint form tho
"Pnolorinu Giianl," upon which tho
1 Q, nro lavishing tho public funds
without tho consent of tho taxpay
ers, hut I tun a royalist, mid I cry
halt to you, master mechanic, and
you, Mr. Artisan, as you pause upon
tho throshhold of tho Annexation
Club that beseeches your signature.
Halt, frionds, and toll mo, do you
really know what you aro doing, or
are j'ou not misled by a demagogic
craze which had its inception in tno
brain of aggressive diplomacy and
in tho evil heart of self-seekors act
ing in tho name of "good govorn
mont." Listen to mo.
What have you to gain by annex
ation? You probably aro imbued
with tho vaguo gonoral idea that an
nexation will bo tho suro panacea
for tho ills which tho McKinloy
Bill brought upon us, and for the
revolutionary agitations which the
"missionary" cliquo have- indicted
upon us since 1887.
But do you uot know that tho
clothes j'ou wear and tho dress
goods that drapo your wifo aro
mostly from Europe; that you got
thorn cheap because they pay only
10 poreont duty hero: that" under
annexation the Amoricau tariff taxes
these goods so high that it will not
pay our merchants to import from
Europe, and what thoy import from
America will make your clothing
cost just about double what it does
now. u horo is j'our benefit?
The prosperity of this country de
pends upon a profitable market for
our chief products, viz., sugar, rico,
colfeo and tropical fruits; not upon
whether Thurston or Parker is pre
mier, whether tho missionaries or
tho Liberals run tho country, or
whether a legitimate monarch or a
revolutionary president poses as a
As an independent state at tho
"Cross Roads of tho Pacific," with
tho Nicaragua Canal accomplished,
tho markets of tho world are ours
and wo would bo at liberty to load
our ships to whatever port wo could
find tho most advantageous for our
If tho American Agriculturist is
to bo believed, in tea years the
United Stales will bo about able to
produce beet Migar enough for her
own consumption. In this event our
cane sugar produced 2000 miles
away fioin market will bo at a dis
advantage if, as a part of America,
we aro tied up to her lanll policy
and aro not at liberty to trade inde
pendently in other markets. A maj
ority of Congtoss decides what the
U. S. tariffs shall be, and small
weight will Hawaii's interests have
in tho matter. Congress legislates
for the general good of (55,(100,000
people and will not allow the parti
cular interests of iho north, the
easst, the south, tho we.it, or Hawaii
to have determining iniluenco.
Tho Southern States now produce
more than enough rico for American
consumption. Wherowill Hawaiian
rico figure under annexation? As a
part of America we may not bo able
jo induce Congress to find us all
ot hor market. But as an indepen
dent people, we are in a position to
induce America to rccoivo our rico
free, and also seek independent
advantages in other markets for our
raw rice, or by manufacturing it into
starch or alcohol.
Tho United States treaties with
Central and South American States
admitting coffee free give us no
advantage as a part of tho Union,
whereas our commercial freodom
would permit us to open other
1 fail to see how annexation to tho
United States is going to bring us
any moro commercial prosporitj
than wo may enjoy as an indepen
dent state. Every advantage wo
may require to foster our industries
wo may secure by treaty with tho
United States, Canada or with what
ever country the Nicaragua Canal
may place us in rapid communica
tion with. Our products aro few,
but 'valuable and in dcmaifd tho
world over. Let us retain to our
own statesmen and legislators tho
rights of a free and independent
people to regulate our own affairs,
commercial and political. Wo have
intelligence and ability in our com
munity, and wo can legislate for our
selves and our interests bettor than
congressmen SIKH I miles away from
You want good and 'table govern
ment. Tho Hawaiian Government
has been a liberal goernuioiit and
has especially favored its people with
light taxation, and generous assist
ance to tho chief industry. No gov
ernment is period and the record or
Hawaiian Legislatures is not half so
bad as that of many Stale Legisla
tures, notably Uhho at Sacramento,
Albany and, recently, tit Topoka.
Our htatuto books aio ample vindica
tion of the character of Hawaiian
But a vicious element of American
agitators litis raised its hydra head
among us, whose spioail-eaglo in
solence outranks theircouimoii-sen.se.
Lot Uncle Sam take Pearl Harbor
as a naval station, and m rot urn
therefor grant us a free trade treaty
and a protectorate. Let her navy
hold in check such agitators as havo
played the devil in this country
since '87 and let United States .Min
isters and naval officers protect
ralher than plot to overthrow estab
lished government. Wo will thou
havo peace and prosperity.
An editorial in the Advertiser and
a squib in the Star aro dovoted to
tho unfairness of writing simultane
ously under more than ono "noin do
plume." In point of fact, as far as I
know, tho charge is gratuitous. Tho
natno ovor whicu I havo written is
ono mentioned by tho Star, and so I
am ontitled to ropel tho soft insinu
ation, as most certainly I am not tho
author of any of tho other letters.
But when it comes to honor and
dishonor, can anything be imagined
less dolicato, lot mo call it, than for
tho Advertiser to select as a nom do
plume tho naino of Hilehfield, for
instance, giving two initial letters to
cover a ridiculous attack on Dr.
Trousseau? A gentleman, until re
cently employed in the Advertiser
oilico, stated emphatically that such
was tho common method in tho of
fice of j'our morning contemporary.
Mr. Forrest's splendid contributions
nro still fresh in tho minds of somo
However, sinco honor is tho thomo,
on no account lot mo appear to de
sire to thwart tho inceptive offorts
of our frionds in this direction. Only
thoy remind mo of tho writer who
drow on his imagination for his facts
and on his frionds for his faucios.
Tho Shirt Makor's Rovonga.
Hold vour orders for Johnon is coming
Tho shirt maker is on the way
Look out for his whiskers for thoy aro leak
ing Till you hear what ho has to say.
Respect to Johnson the bluffer justly paid
And noble shirt maker honored his joblots
But whence this being? that a name so
Should join with Johnson tho sblrt man,
on a tomb be seen.
This Johnson would better far proclaim,
To future ages humble his job lots name,
Johnson and shirt maker had been well
The city collector and the city bard.
Now import all your so called shirt makers
To take my honest living awav if jou can
I camo to these Islands lo work like a man
Here will I stay in spite of your teeth
For all kinds or shirt will l" mike to look
"LAST HUT NOT LUAST. '
I do all the shirt cutting that is
done at 1113' place of business and in
case tho shirts don't give entire satis
faction I will alter them, make new
shirts or refund the moimy. All
shirts that 1 make will bo kept in
repair for 2 vears free of charge.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Tho American Shirt Maker.
Harrison Will Write a Book.
Ex-President Harrison is going to
write a book. In a letter to a friend
in Indianapolis he proposes to begin
the preparations of his book at once
and lias made arrangement with
frank Tibbolt, for four years his
private stenographer, to continue
with him in that capacity for the
next three or four months. The ox
Prosident will bo busy arranging
data for his work on the tariff, and
tho entire book will bo dictated to
his stenographer and then copied on
a typewriter and revised.
General Harrison's correspondence
is very heavy and as this will interfere
with his work it is possible that two
years will elapse before the book
will bo issued from tho press. Sev
eral well-known publishers have al
readj' written to him, but ho has re
plied that it is too early to entor in
to a contract for tho publication of
New Tariff Bill.
E. Ellory Andorson, chairman of
tho committee on tariff roform of
tho New York Roform Club, said to
a reporter that ho was hard at work
preparing a tariff bill, which tho
club will submit to Secretary Carl
isle for tho approval of tho adminis
tration and submission to Congress
when it assembles.
"Tho bill will bo in harmony with
tho Chicago platform," said Ander
son. '"Duties will bo fixed on a rovo
nuo basis only, but we will try to
arrange thorn so that no industry
will bo crippled."
Anderson said that ho could not
give any dotails of tho bill.
TY VIRTUE OF
JUJ E.cutions i
The many cases of rheumatism
cured by Chamberlain's Pain Balm
during tho past few months havo
given the people groat confidence
in its curative properties, and havo
shown that there is one preparation
that can be depended upon for that
painful and aggravating disease.
lloiinker Bros., Lorain, Ohio, say:
"Mr. Moses L'rice, of this plum, was
tumbled with rheumatism for a long
time. Chamberlaiu'H J'aiuBalm has
cured him. Ho says that the Balm
has no equal." For salo by all deal
ers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for the Hawaiian Islands,
ARE RECEIVING IsTEW INVOICES OP
BOOK & JOB STOCI
BY EVERY STEAMER
Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I.
THREE WRITS OF
ssiieil out ot tJio (viroult
Court of the lurst Circuit, on tho3lstlay
of January, A. I). 1&W3, against Capt. Win.
Bavies, defendant, in favor of E. G. Kchu
uiauu, R. J. Gieene and J. Hopp A: Co.,
plaintill's, for the sums of IfiH.iS. $lfJ.?.J
and .fIU7.il respectively, I havo levied upon
and shall expose for sale at the Police tita
ation, in the District of Honolulu, Island
of Ouhu, at Vi o'clock of SATURDAY, the
hth day of April, A. ). lS'.t.i, to tho highest
bidder, all the right, title and interest of
the said Win. Davies, defendant, in and
to the following property, unless said
judgment, inteie.st, costsand my expenses
bo previously paid.
List of property for salo:
Two House Lots situated In I'unahou,
Honolulu, on Bingham and Metealf streets.
Tho tliht having an aiea of .7f of an acre,
nioie particularly iiecnued inilecii 01 rutv
to (Iraliam, iccorded In Liber 7(1, pigc IMli.
Also, Lnt containing KU.OiKj Mpiaio feel,
and dosciibed in decnl of Dillingham lo
Ur.iham recorded In Liber S3, pngo Hill,
both being poitlous of tho Pasture Lot be
longing to the Oahll College and duly con
veyed 10 nald Win. D.ivies lij deed of W.
11. Cornwell dated Aug, ft, Irs!), recorded
in Liber lis, pago I0H, together with tho
buildings and appiiilcu.iuccs thereon,
Huid pioporry being subject to a mortgage,
however, of .'i.")U0. lo the osiato of T. II.
Jlobion, and to a recoil d mortgage of 00
toW.lt. Custle, dated July ..;, Mr, and
refolded lit Liber las, page 171,
Also I.) Khaies of the Pioneer Building
and Loan Association Company, said
Shares being represented by ecitilleate
Nn. N) for.", Hhaies,"and by ceitlllcate No.
-Nl for 10 Hhares, Maid blmros of ntouk,
however, being subject together with tho
aforementioned Ileal Estate to the said
mortgage to W. it. Castle.
W. (1. ASHLEY.
Honolulu, March 10, lb'.O.
Begs to notify the public that he lias re
ceived per B, K. "Munowai" 1111
Elegant Assoitmeut of
Etc., Eto., Bto, . Etc
errvutid i fuj
neatly and promptly
', Children's & Gent's
In Fact Anything in tne Printing Line I
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