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NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Okfice ok tii: Houin of Kiu'citiun,
Honolulu, April o, 1W.S. i
At a meeting of the Hon nl of Education
held April fi, 18!i;i, It was decided that rea
sonable lcavo of absence may bo granted
on application to such Teachers ai may
wish to visit the World's Kulr at Chicago.
Teachers must tliul. suitable substitutes
during their nlconcc. The thno for the
ltegular hummer Vacation will leniuni
lnspoetor-deneral of Schools.
U91 3t-15 3t
SALE OF LEASE
Of Oovornmont Lots No. 74 and No.
76, Esplanado, Honolulu, Oahu.
On WEDNESDAY, April li!, lS!)t, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alli
oltHil Hale, will bu sold at l'ublie Auction
the Lease of Government Ixjts No. 74 and
", Esplanade, Honolulu, Oahu, eoutaln
itig an urea of 10,000 square feet, a little
more or less.
Term Lease fur 10 years.
Upset price $,'S00 pur annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofllee, March 11, 1MH.
lookout form further display of
treachery on the pari of tho aunox
utioiiibts. Lot us insist in case an
nexation shall booonio n necessity
upon full and ample guaranties of
popular rights, to bo expressed in
tho treaty, or other fundamental in
strument by whieh that condition
shall be provided for.
Tho Man on tho Stilo.
Oh, a lngul.ir cove is tho Starlight scrlpo
Who pompmt'ly boinlds hi vIpwi;
And "tuptd his wit and hideous his style
As he pom his efVuloni of rancor and bilo
And hahtus them over for news.
Oh, a (earful young man W the gloaming
Of this there's no shadow Of dotibt:
Tor lie's surcharged with myitcrios dark
With corked revelations to mnko-lho tlesh
creep ' '
Hut somehow they never come out 1
Yet a changeable thing, this iiighl-blooiu-ing
llii poitioii, ln, is not fixed.
Eur cvci v deduction his logic evolves
1'iovcs plainly to all Unit the fi'mmt rrrotirm
Ills present his past contradicts.
Roll on In your orbit, bright planet on
Let nut yourcll'uli:cnco wax p.ilo
If the Htl.i.KTiN mail, though changing his
Continues to keep his opinions the same,
Not subject to outlet mid -ale.
Will be received rt the Olllce of tho lload
fcnporvisor, in tho Kupuaiwa liuilding un
til SATUKDAY, April 8th, ut 12 o'clock
noon, to furnish to the Honolulu Hoad
Hoard, Shoeing for the Government Stock,
for six months, commencing from Aprils,
1S93, and ending October 8, 1S03.
All bids must be endorsed, "Tenders for
Shoeing Government Stock."
The lload Board do not bind themselves
to accept the lowest or any bid.
Ily order of the Honolulu Hoad Hoard.
W. H. OUMMINGS,
Hoad Supervisor, Honolulu.
Honolulu, March 'M, 1803.
"Bishops Willis on Missionaries."
Will you allow mo space to point
out to all who have read tho article
thus referred to in the Diocesan
Magazine, and tho Friend's rejoin
der, that Bishop Willis has not ac
cused iw father missionaries of hav
ing always and persistently plotted
for tho overthrow of tho Hawaiian
monarchy, as is twice assorted in one
column of the Friend. The pnrpoo
of tho article in the Diocesan Maga
zine is to show what a terrible hin
drance will bo thrown in the way of
the advance of the gospel, iT heathen
nations should have solid ground
for suspecting that tho missionary
societies of Europo or America are
secret bureaus of colonization. In
ferring to Madagascar tho article
.showed what a handle events here
would give to the enemies of Chris
tianity there to demand, theexpul
stgn of the missionaries, as it would
be easy enough for tho heathen
parly to persuade tho people that
the overthrow of tho Queen of Ha
waii is tho outcome of a plot laid
fifty years ago.
It was clear enough that the arti
cle contained no accusation against
tho missionary father, whom the
writer has always regarded as earn
est. God-foarintr men, whocamo hero
with a single eye to tho glory of J aJ.;obnt k. r0ats with war clubs being
wuu. uui lb imiii iuul uiuii auiis ,,, mm v flnlln. "in nv I III mi
THE POLYNESIAN EXHIBIT.
Mr. H. J. Moors and Ninotoon Na
tivos Through Passengers.
Xineleon Polynesians from Samoa
wore through passengers on tho S.
S. Mariposa yesterday evening in
charge of Mr. H. J . Moors, the load
ing American merchant of Apia.
They woro not real Samoans but
were composed of Wains' islanders,
Tongaus and two Fijians. Sotno of
them spoke very good English and
were eager to know if any of their
countrymen woro horo. When asked
as to the situation in Samoa, one
stated, "They are still at war among
themselves." The South Sea troupe
gave an exhibition at the Opera
House at !) o'clock to a fairly good
house. Tho war dances were much
appreciated bv tho audience, tho
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Hon. Harold M. Sewall of Maine,
who a fow years ago wont lo Samoa
on an important mission, is in Hono
lulu, Mr. Win. Shaw Boweii, who arriv
ed to-day, is tho envoy of the New
York World and, being high up in
Democratic councils, is supposed to
bear important instructions from
A grand hum is being given at the
Queen Dowager's resilience, llomin
kaha, this afternoon, in honor of tho
relumed Commissioners of Queen
Liliuokalani. The Hawaiian Na
tional baud is in attendance.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-regi
tered prior to July 1, IMC, or they will be
forfeited, and cail- tlieieltfter be appro
priated by any onp,
Registration on Oahu shall be made at
the Interior Olllce.
On the othei Islands ito-hall be done at
Iho Oillc s of thu'soveral Sherill's.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Inui-iur Ollice, Dee. 2. lb!)2. Cs'J-tf
lilt. M0SE MANU has this day been
appointed l'oundmaster for the Govern
ment Pound at Kipahulu, District of
Hana, Maui, vice S. W. Kahele, Opio, re
igned. .1. A. KING,
Mini-ter of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, April 3, ItitS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor J'nrty,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
have exposed their memories to the , lastJwl al)mit au hour. Mr Nloors
ijossiuuiiy oi sucn uiiurgi's, muiuiiu
thoy are as innocent as Jacob was of
tho deed committed by his sons. 1
boliove, if the father missionaries
could return from their graves, they
would bo as pained and shocked at
the recent doings of their sons, as
tho patriarch was at tho outrage of
which Simeon and Levi were guilty,
and would say with Jacob, ''Ye have
troubled mo to make mo to stink
among tho inhabitants of tho land."
Tho Friend justifies the revolu
tionary proceedings of the mission
aries' sons by "tho corruption and
decadence of. the monarchy," or, in
other words, tho failure of tho mis
sion to raise the sovereign and na
tion to a certain ideal of perfection,
lint is this justification in accord
ance with tho teaching of tho New
Testament? Tho order there given
to missionaries, who find their la
bors unsuccessful, is to withdraw
from a people who will not hoar
thorn, and cast off tho dust of their
feet for a testimony against them.
But according to the Hov. S. E.
Bishop tho courso to bo pursued in
such a case is to send for foreign
troops with guns audbayonots, over
turn the government, and place tho
land under their own national ilag.
Has tho Koran taken the place of
tho Now Testament with Mr. Bishop,
when he thus justifies the sword of
Mahoinined in the hands of Chris
April 7, 1893.
"Not Tor Joo."
Tho Bulletin is assured by tho
Executive of tho Hawaiian Women's
Patriotic League that none of the
funds of that organization have been
or will bo devoted to the use of the
leagtio which sails under tho guid
ance of Messrs. Bush, Xawahi and
Cummins. Tho ladies say they had
to "rustlo" for their coin, anil the
men's league may do likewise or go
Elder S. S. Boaver, of McAllistor
ville, Juniatta Co., L'a., says his wife
is subject to cramp in' the stomach.
Last summer she tried Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Kotnedy for it, and was1 much pleas
ed with the speedy relief it afford
ed. Sho has since used it whenever
necessary and found that it never
fails. For sale by all dealers. Beu
son, Smith & Co., agents for tho
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'fl
Saturday, April 1, 1808.
The rather unexpected ar
rival of Mr. Blount augurs well
lor 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
EMPLE OF FASHION
Cornier Fort Se Hotel Strot3.
SPECIAL SALE IN
& wSw 7 rf l
Fine Job Printimj at the Bulletin Office.
hail on boaru tho steamer ovor
twenty tons of Sanioan articles, in
cluding mats, huts and other pro
ducts characteristic of Sanioan life.
These will comprise the Sanioan ex
hibit at tho World's Fair.
Six Sanioan women will como
through on the S. S. Monowai in
charge of Mrs. Moors. They wore
unable to get ready to come by this
steamer. Besides tho nineteen na
tives there were two little girls,
daughters of Mr. Moors, one of
whom had soon America before, and
was making a second visit.
Mr. Moors and his troupe will bo
absent about six months, visiting be
sides the World's Fair,difforont States
in tho Union. Tho World's Fair
Commissioner at Samoa and Mr.
Moors are partners in the Polyne
sian oxhibit, tho latter defraying the
expenses of the troupe and guaran
teeing their safe return to Samoa.
for io ixax-s oisxrs".
TPIE S-AXjEI "WIIjIj COMMBNCB
"W ednesday, .April
Ami will Close Saturday, April 15th.
During this Sulo 1 will oiler lo tho public one of tho Largest anil
Host Selected Slock of Trunks and Valises
ever seen in Honolulu
At Prices which will Astonish You All !
&3T This sale will be a fine chance for those intending to
truvel this summer, ns you will find most nny stylo in tho shapo
of a Trunk or Valise at the Tioii'i.K ok Fashion.
JpT No Goods in the above mentioned line will be
Sold to the Trade during the Sale !
!$3? I also rosorvo the right to sell no more than One Trunk
his convictions is not to be dis-' and One Valise to any one customer.
puteci by anyone who nas ever i
Corner Fort and Hotol Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
HIGHWAYMEN IN MEXICO.
FKIDAY, APRIL 7, 1893.
Mr. John F. Colbum has received
a letter from Mr. L. A. Thurston,
head of the Provisional Govern
ment's Commission to Washington.
Mr. Thurston implores Mr. Colbum
to use his influence with the native
Hawaiians in favor of annexation.
The communication is,a. strong con
firmation of the daily growing con
viction in Honolulu that President
Cleveland will not conclude annexa
tion without the consent of the
A pointer has como to a press
representative to expect important
developments at any time. It is
probable that if tho United States
Commissioner obtains proof that
Minister Stevens aided tho revolu
tion, ho will put things back the
way thoy were before that event.
This will probably bo strenuously
denied, as was the first intimation,
telegraphed by Mr. E. C. Maofar
lano, that a Commission was to be
sent here to investigate tho situation.
BEWABE OF TREACHEBY.
Lot not tho friends of equality in
civil rights bo deceived by tho pro
fessions of tho Govornmont organs
in favor of tho franchise for tho Ha
waiian. Many of those who now,
from purely prudential reasons, pro
fess to favor tho rights of tho na
waiians, confess to their friends that
thoir now attitude is a "war meas
ure" only adopted for tho purpose
of disarming native suspicion, and
bringing them in to tho support of.
annexation. Thoy furthor admit
that, with annexation once gained,
thoy will fool bound by no anto-an-noxation
pledges, and that tho mat
tor of tho franchise for Hawaiians
will bo settlod as tjioy soo fit, with
out too fastidious consideration of
tho rights of tho "d d kanaka,"
Lot us not forgot that no syllable of
a pledge or assurauva of civil rights
to the Hawaiians lias yet come from
anyone in authority, or from any
one in a position to deliver tho
goods that ho' seeks to sell. All
friends of the people must be ou the
The Stage Driver Apparently a Mem
ber of a Gang of Bobbers.
"I had an adventure with Ramon
Ortiz, tho notorious Mexican bandit.
down in Now Mexico in lfc, said
Dick Little to a Globo-Domocrat re
porter. "Ortiz and his blood-thirsty
lieutenant, Manuel Grijalva, were
the terrors of Arizona at that time,
and robbing stages and murdering
passengers woro their daily sport. I
left tho camp of tho Argentine mine
one morning bj- stage, having as
fellow-pa-jsengers four heavily arm
ed moil, who were escorting 5:A),000
worth of bullion to the railway. Wo
had proceeded about ton miles when
Ortiz and his gang swooped down
upon us. it was solilom indeed that
they let so rich a prize slip through
tho'mountiiins without making a try
for it. The driver was expecting
trouble and did not wait for a second
command, but reined up at once, and
sat ou his box as unconcerned as
though waiting for a passenger.
"The captain of tho guard turned
to mo and said: 'We're going to
make a fight for it. Tho odds are
airainst us. If you want to surren
der bo d d quick about it.' Bo-
fore I could reply a volley came
crashing through tho coach, slightly
wounding two men. Wo returned
tho lire and dropped three of the
robbors. Thoy drew back a little,
but kept on shooting, and we con
tinued to make reply. In ten min
utes ono of tho guards was dead, an
other disabled, and every one of us
had boon touched. We had five dead
robbors to our credit and folt en
couraged to keep up tho light. Five
minutes later tho captain of tho
guard was killed and Ortiz got a
slug of metal in his shoulder that
distillled him. His gang then drew
off. Tho driver hail sat unconcern
ed through it all. He now called to
know if ho should proceed. 'Wait a
minute,' replied one of tho guard.
Ho slipped a cartridge into his
smoking revolver, stopped out of tho
stage and dropped the driver oil" tho
box. 'One of the gang,' ho said,
laconically, as ho mounted the box,
took tho ribbons and flecked tho
lead homo witli the long bull-hide
My wife was confined to hor bed
for over two months with a very so
voro attack of rheumatism. Wo
could got nothing that would afford
her any relief, and as a last resort
gave Chamberlain's Tain Balm a
trial. To our great surprise sho be
gan to improve after tho first appli
cation, and by using it regularly sho
Those who have not
A. Throat used Boschee's Ger-
. . man Syi up for some
ana Lung severe and chronic
Spocialty. trouble of the Threat
and Lungs can hard
ly appreciate what a truly wonder
ful medicine it is. The delicious
sensations of healing, easing, clear
ing, strength-gailierjug and recover
ing are unknown joys. For Ger
man Syrup we do not ask easy cases.
Sugar and water may smooth a
throat or stop a tickling for a while.
This is as far as the ordinary cough
medicine goes. Boschee's German
Syrup is a di .covery, a great Throat
and Lung Specialty. Where for
years there have been sensitiveness,
pain, coughing, spitting, hemorr
hage, voice failure, weakness, slip
ping down hill, where doctors and
medicine and advice have been swal
lowed and followed to the gulf of
despair, where there is the sickening
conviction that all is over and the
end is inevitable, there we plice
German Syrup. It cures. You are
a live man yet if you take it. J5-
THE MAIL STEAMER.
Arrival of the S. B. Alameda - Tho
Wharves Crowded Suicide at
Tho R. M. S. Alameda, Captain IT.
G. Morse, was telephoned off Wai
maualo shortly after 7 o'clock this
morning. People woro soon making
active preparations to go down to
tho wharf to witness her arrival, as
it was expected that Messrs. W. R.
Castlo and C. L. Carter of tho P. G.
Commissioners and Mr. E. C. Mae
farlano and Prince David Kawanana
koa of the Queen's Commission were
to bo passengers. Hawaiians pre
dominated in the crowds that flocked
to the dock and nearly every one
wore a Hawaiian flag. When the
xVlaineda neared the O. S. S. dock at
9:30 o'clock Mr. Paul Neumann, tho
Queen's Commissioner, was seen near
the forward part of the steamer.
Mr. C. L. Carter did not return. Mr.
Neumann and Prince David Kawa
nanakoa woro met by Major J. W.
Robertson, with tho Queen's car
riage, and woro escorted to Wash
ing L'laco, where the Quoeii resides. !
Purser J. B. Sutton furnishes the
lollowing report: b. to. Alameila lelt , !
San Francisco on March 31st. dis- i
charging pilot at -l'-lii p. in. Stopped
for Honolulu pilot ou April 7th at
:oU a. in., l) ilnys, 1 hours. .!: min
utes. On April 5th in lat. 20 N. long.
117 W., R.Karl, a steerage passen
ger for Honolulu, iuiuoed over
board. The steamer was going at i Clo-e to tliu Hnilronil, liulow Mr. Waller's
FOB SALE CHEAP
1 "Cleveland" Bicycle
Weight 3lltt Ni'iirl.v X'W.
ut Kill; I!uj.
NOTICE AND PROGRAMME
llrewery, to lu hold on
Saturday, April 15th,
I FltOM !)::;() A. M. TO 7 1'. M.,
I'mler tlm iiiuiinuoiiiunt of Mir. Wilcox
ami Mns. 'LLi:n, of Knlihi, ui led ly
I ninny White mid Hawaiian Ladies.
tho rate of thirteen knots au hour at
tho timo. Stopped and lowered a
boat, but found tho body sinking
beyond reach. When tho cry of
"man overboard" was given a life
bolt was thrown over and within
two minutes of tho timo the belt
was thrown, a boat with tho first of
ficer -iii chargOi was in tho water and suponntonded by Itr.v. F.uimi Oi.nunNr,
tho belt was picked up. Lvory thing I for church rurpo-ei.
wtis complete and much praise is
due tho steamer's people for their j "Cp A "T "T3
promptness. Experienced lino i J -g- -1- ---
weathor and smooth sea throughout
Hawaiian News in Auckland.
Tho Auckland Herald's own cor
respondent at Honolulu gives tho
"Iu tho United States Minister's
despatches to Washington ho has
alluded disrespectfully to the British
Minister's family here, an older son
of whom is married to Kaiulaui's
half-sister. Young Wodehouso
brought him up with a sharp turn
yestorday by a sharp lot tor, in which
lie referred to tho many times
StovoiiB had accepted the hospital
ities of Mr. Uloghorn's houe,
Stevens answered this, and offered
to correct any wrong impressions
his communications may have caus
ed. Tho talk about English su
premacy horo is pure rot, and start
ed in tho hope that by arousing the
British lion tho United States will
take prompt action iu annexation."
Two Tabic Foreign and Hawaiian; Grab
Jti.es; KalUe: I.ulsiiiiil FlowerTu-
foil's; li-o Cream and Candy
Tablos; 6uiles; Etc.
HO ADMISSION FEE WILL BE CHARGED.
To Got at tho Facts
Regarding Hood's Surriaparilln, ask
the people who lake this medi
cine, or road tiio tfMiiiuiiimls ollon
was soon able to got up and attend publUhod in this paper. They will
lo house work. E, II. Johnson, of I certainly convince you that Hood's
U. J, lUiuison a uo,, jvensingiou,
Minn, f0 cent bottles for wile by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Two Who VIbr Tulilos Tickets 2!i Conts.
Ono l'hil; Klat; Table Tlukut 60 Conts.
Tho lliiud of St. LiiiiIh Collect) will tilov
dining the whole day noveial of their beau
tiful pieces to inuKu of tin oeeuHlon not
only a Imitative day, but (ili-o a very enjoy
able ono for everyone.
MSf Trains will run at Kxcnritlon Hates
from Honolulu and Mnaimluu to the Fair
(Iroumlh even- huh' hour from I) a. m. to I
r. m.; every hour from 1 too l". m.j uveiy
half hour again from fl to 7 i. M.
f.9" Ticket for tho Luitu may bo had
any llmu after Tuesday, March 11th.
ff Tickets fur Trains (round trip),
oiuy -M fi'iiis, win in, dulivereu nt tne j cpoi
on tho two preceding iltivs, April Kith and
N. 11. The 2.-H-. Ticket gives right either
to tho 'Jon. I.iiiui Table, or to the Lunch
Table, or to tliu Ire Cream Table.
HAWAIIAN TAIIM': .Mw. W. .. Wil
cox and AM-Utanih.
KANCY TAI1),.:-Mrt. Waller, Mrs. T
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 Hawaiian
By this time the needs oi
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 taction i
receive one iota mote 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 lr. 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
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
does it and we seem to be
supplying the material. 1'eo-
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
HAVE JUST OPENKD OUT A CHOICE DISPLAY OF
, . Decanters
Etc. Etc. Etc.
LAV.GE ASSORTMENT OP
General Crockery and Glassware !
French Centex Rugs,
French Sofa. !Ru.gs,
French Door 12,-ugs,
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 Trunks.
TO 01.15 All OUT CONSIGNMENT
American & English Bicycle
To Let or IJoasG.
lt007rIS TO LET.
rpV0 NICELY KU11- ,r.y,
J. nKliiid liooins nt No. teVv-VVIs
I Gunlci l.nnc, vcrv i en- i?fi 1 1 ivSg
EW HOUSE OK El VI'
i five 4 ,yr""v-N
fcirui'i, Willi jiiiiiuuuiu, ii;u- r,vj! :,Xii&S.
unt W. 0.. etc. CuiiiiiiiinilH fei-&i2r5-
onoof tliu Jinost vk'wss in Honolulu. Aiiplv
to (177-U) J. M. VIVAS.
J returns! btiuut urns, u
lout urns, ii
Cool and Oonvt'iiiont Cot-
taKe of Six llooins. I-nrce 7''.i
Lot, Stable ami Chicken Hous-e. Apiih to
E. H. HENDllY,
nt HiHMiiinn Hardware Co.'s utorc.
TO LET OB LEASE
rrUrlE COTTAGE AT NO.
JL '2oS Klnir street, lately
ouuupieil by Sir. M. S. Luvy,
rontiiinitiL';! liedruonis. Par
lor, jJinuiK-room, iviccnen unu ijauiroom;
Stable in yard; Artesian Wntor laid on.
For particulars and terms, apply to
UK-It at E. 0. Hall t Sons'.
AUUILIHNQ CONSIST- i -Ai --
ing of 4 llaoiii8, Kit- S$fcl
chen, Small Uackyanl mid g2ilJiljiB5L
side entrance, at present BwfSew
occupied as a saddlery shop by Jose Dins,
in the business part of the town and cen
trally iocutt'ii. J." or particulars apiiiy io
Ey. Jaa. I. Morgan.
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THEItE WILL 1JE SOLI)
On tho premises or by letter.
Wii'lnl-n. Mnn.li !. (1X4-1 u-
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On SATURDAY, April 8, 1
AT V2 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Auction lloom of .TAB. V. MOIl
UAN , Queen street,
Those Desirable Hooiesteds
Lying on the Main lload between Hon.
Chas. Ii. Hopkins' promises and Mr. Mac
farlane's iluf'y, aim formerly known ns
(J. W. Koawcamuhi's preni'ises. These
Lots are the
Best Unsold Lots in the City !
A very good opportunity to got
Terms are E3a,sy I
CSF Deeds at the expenso of the pur
For further particulars apply to
Honolulu, April 1, lKM.
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
agon In fur tho lltiwniitni islands.
The Daily Bulletin in delivered by
carrkrt fur dO emit per month,
.Sarriiipaiilla ' posatt.sioH unociuallml W. MoPuimM, .i. ;
iiiurit, and that lloodb Uiiros, , '"" "" ..
,. ' CANDY mid J.I'MONAPH TAlII.Ili-
,, ,, ,.,,, ,. ,. . I MIbb M. Tuck and ihu MUtun I'urry.
JIoocI'b 1 ill ouru uuiiitii'ii toil by I 01lA1, jioxks.-MUs May Llov.l.
rostonuff tho imrutiiltia iuiHoii of , i,KI8 T.UI.K-Mr. J. Allan ami A
tun nliuumtary canal, 1 hoy uiu tliu sUtiuitx.
beat family cut hart iu,
pie go where they can gel the '
besi lor the len.st money, and
our store (ills the bill in the
A. Lloyd, Mit. lui.por, Mrs. .1, K. Mnrnn IJlllUC llllC US It tU'CS 111 tVCI y
' UMCTMeok, A.l Wright ,. ' ?' dIV V""!"- 1'ilVilalul
ware aim iniii:iy. i uivu yuu
ever noticed it?
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite HpreukuU' Ulouk,
ICE CltllAM and tWKHIJ: -Mrs. .1.
Vrtlmr .Mo Done! I and
tlUALEB:.MUrt IMijit Lloyd,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Tl 1 15 A N N U ATi M E KT I N O 0 V TI 1 15
btouldioliierH of the Iuter-Iblaiid
riteain Navigation Co., (L'd). held this
day, the following Ollleers and Ducutoirf
wuiti fckctuil lor tlm ensuing year;
W.U. (ioillrny l'rcHlili-nt,
.1. Lint Vii'e-l'resideiii,
V. ll. .Mel.eun Heerutaiy,
.1. L. Mi'Luan Tiensui'jr,
T. V. ilohion Auditor.
lici.Mili or !Uitt:t'ioit:
11. (loiUioy. J. Run, H. N. Wilcox
W. 0. Smith, 1 A, ftoliuufur.
V. 11. MoliEAN,
Secretary 1, 1, tj, N. Co,
Honolulu, 11, l Miuvlitfl, imu,
'I'jOaiTlON AB HOOKKUHI'KU OU
JL cicik, ditiier m town or on
lion. AtlilruuH "it.," tins olllce.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
Lxiiva ijujiuniuun i v '"N
and Woll-aiiiiolntuil A-S'JSj." . S
Two-story Urlck liuilding JijSKla.
with I'ltniMint Grounds, SiiSSB."
formerly the residence of tho late 11. .1.
Hart, situato on Nuunnu Avenuo liolow
Bchuol strcot. Terms easy. 023-tf
NOTE ltefoiu coking or closing liar
g.iinselhewlKire, it will pay you to bc.ui our
column, ami to at once consult the under
tlgut'd at their olllce.
XiZf We keep property In Urst-class con
dition. Our terms are moderate anil us
landlords we will always be found rcu.on
aliln in our dealings.
Jt? Apply in each case iu
IiRUCE or A. J, (lARTWMGHT,
'Oartw right liuilding," Merchant street.
i T r r t - i i 1 ii ir i nnnwim
NOTICE OF SALE.
rpill5 UNPKHHKINKP UEItETOI'OltE
.1 doing IiuhIiiuhs at lloimltiia, Hawaii,
line this iliiy sold hli-uniho slock of Mei
uhandibc. llorres, Cuttle, i nrtx, lluliillugs,
mid JliHik Acuoiiiits ot whattoover imiuiu
to Kwoug Yin Clioug, wim 1. alone uutlio
riWil to collect uiitttuiullilii tU'cniriitH.
(tjlBiiod) TANO jUlJ.
iWS-lw lly Meek llliig.