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NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Ol HC'K OF TIIK KnAMI lit KtHMHTION, 1
Honolulu, April II, IMU. )
At a meeting of tliu Board of-Education
hold April n, 1S0J, It was decided that rcn
souablo lcnvo of absence may be gi anted
on npiittcatlon to such Teachers tin imiy
v,Uh to visit tlio World's Fair at Chicago.
Teachers must find suitable substitute:)
during their absence. The time for tho
Regular Bummer Vaintion will remuiii
"AI.ATAU T. ATKINSON',
Inspoctor-Gcniriil of School.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Qovornmont Lots No. 7'1 and No.
75, Esplanade, Honolulu, Oahu.
On WEDNESDAY, April l., lb)i, at It!
o'clock noon, at the front entiunce of Alii
olanl Halo, will bo sold at Public Auction
the Loac of Government Lot No. "land
7", Esplanade, Honolulu, Oahu, contain
ing nn aiea of 10,000 square feet, a little
moro or less.
Term Lcaso for 10 J ear.
Upset price if.JU0 pel annum, pajable
semi-annually in aiUance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, March 14, It") J.
Will bo received rt the Otllco of tlio Road
Supervisor, in tho Kupuiiiw u Building un
til SATURDAY, April 8th, at 1 J o'clock
noon, to furnish to the Honolulu ltoad
Board, Shoeing for the Government Stock,
for six mouths, commencing from April 6,
lb.'J3, and ending October fc, ls')J.
All bids must be endorsed, "Tenders for
Shoeing Government Stock."
Tho Bond Board do not bind themches
to accept the lowest or anj bid.
By order of the Honolulu ltoad Bond.
W. H. CUMMINGb,
i ltoad Supervisoi, Honolulu.
Honolulu, March JO, li'U.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF ERANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to Jul j 1, ls9i, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bo uppio
priated by any one.
Registration on Oahu shall bo made at
the Interior Ollico.
On the othei Islands It shall be done at
the Ollle s of the seeral Sheiills.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllte, Dtt. 2, lfc'JJ. Ss'l-tf
MB. MOSE MANU has this diy been
appointed 1'oundmaster for the Govern
ment Pound at Kip.ihulu, District ol
liana, Mauf, Jce S. W. JCiiicle, Opio, re
signed. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Intenoi.
Interior Ollice, April A, lsJ3.
STEPHEN os BEKG, Esq., has this
daj been appointed Luna to take charge
of all Goernment Lands in Nuuanu Val
ley, Honolulu, Oahu, also to take up all
Estrays found on the same, and upon all
Government Roads ljing between Judd
street and Nuuanu Pali, Honolulu, Oahu.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, April 8, 180J.
II DAILY BDLLBTIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Pent fit of All.
SATURDAY, APKIL 8, 181)3.
Tho opposition in business offered
by the Star to the Advertiser ha-
knocked all the spirit out of the
organ of the dawn.
The best laid sclu-mes o' mice an' men
Gang aft ugloy,
An' lea'e us nought but grief an' pain
For promised joy. It. Hum.
Quite true, Bobbie.
It only took tho Bulletin three
days to make tip for tho subscrip
tion boycott of April 1 for the bene
fit of the Star. Without any can
vassing the circulation has been
jumping up at tho rate of from five
to ton a day. Ono of tho most pit i
ful sights on the street these even
ings is that of nice little boys trying
in vain to got rid of armloads of
tho Star at retail to passors-by.
Tho bottlo with a message pur
porting to bo from tlio missing
steamer Nuronio must hno lloatod
against tlio Gulf Stream if genuine.
And tho carrier pigeon with anothor
mossago proves to bo from a biul loft
iu Philadelphia. Tho variety of tlio
crank species that can attempt such
cold-blooded cruelties on people
whoso friends aro on tho missing
vessel is all tho proof wanted that
thero is such a thing as total de
pravity, ON WHICH SIDEr
Waltor (i. Smith, managing editor
of tho Hawaiian Star, is correspon
dent at Honolulu for tJiu San Fran
cisco Chronicle and the (Jhicago
Horald. In a Honolulu riospnOh in
a recent issuo of tho last-iuiinoil
newspaper apponrod a statement by
ex-Attoruoy-Qoneral Fitonoii, and
this paragraph followed it:
Thoro is no doubt hero that rotor
son tells tho phut truth in this
statonu'iil. It isiinpoilant :is show
ing tho pait phijed b Miuibtui
Stoons in tho conspiracy to ooi
Ijirow tho quoeti and socuio annota
tion in tho Hi si Hush of culliuiasni,
before tho Ainoiican government
should learn the lull facts.
Tlio patagiaph i- not an edit mini
comment, but a pait of Mr, Smith's
coriospondonce. Now, how docs
Mr. Smith stand? Is he canning
water on both sliouhli-n? IVrhnps
Iho managing editor of the Star can
AN IDLE THREAT.
Tho l'. G.Coininissionoiit()Vasli
iugton hao not oon ,jol lcnlicd
tho utter stupiditj of their contin
uous Ihtoat piochituicd with mu-Ii
'domnablo iletalion" tlnoughout the
length and Inoadth of America, that
if they fail in the otl'ort to give Ha
waii to tho Tinted States I hoy will
give nor to iMiglaiul. llie crv idea i
of thoo live gent lemon assuming
authority to cede Hawaii to an.v
power, or upon any tonus, is tickling
to one's s-onso ol tho ludicrous. It
reminds us of nothing, so much as
that histoiical incident wheiein Mr.
Thurston's silent pat titer is lepic
sonted ab haing leil the Saviour to
tho top of a high mountain, and
offered him a conveyance of "all tho
hind aiottnd about" upon terms
which proved unacceptable to the
proposed part of the second pail.
Tho ineilable gall on the p'ul of tho
silent partner, involved in Unit epi
sode, is just about equalled, in these
latter day, by the quintette of IVail
Harbor city lot ownois who so lately
emulated at Washington the im
pudent Satanic example of nonrlv
nineteen bundled .veais ago. It is
oncoitiaging to Know that, in this,
case, as in that,' he proposed grantee
has shown an inquiiing disposition,
and that the liist questions asked
have demonstrated as in the ca-e of
the silent pai tnoi t hat t he pi oposed
grantots can show neither title nor
color of title, eithei of mcoid or l
piesciiptiou, and tho negotiation, in
so far as they tiro concerned, is em
In Ihii strait, and with density of
mind vv Inch minim s t hem imperv ions
to either reason oi lidicule, the same
ciowd repeat the tin eat ol a cession
to England, unless Uncle Sam shall
at once come to tomis. It need
haidl bo heio axiitel that Mossr-.
Thuislon, Castle et al. have no ter
ritoij" in those seas nothing to sell
oi give to any foieign J'ovvei, and
their suggestion of a deal with the
British is the puicst bltill and bitn
comb. There is no -entiiiunil in
Hawaii which favosa political union
with JJngland, upjii any teims, un
less it bo to stive ourselves fioin the
rule of such self-styled statesmen a
the Thurstotis and the Castles and
the Cookes and the Smiths, and
others of that kindorgaiten clique
But no such altei native is, oi will be.
presented. We will bo heed from
tho domination of that crowd with
in a few weeks, and will then demon
strate Uio ability of Hawaii to exist
and govern hei-elf without eithei
tho supioinaey of the so called "mis
sionaries"' or tliemis-nami d "pioiec
tion" of anj foieign 1'ovvei.
HERE AND THERE.
Tho nnhoto displayed by the Slai
in working the civil lights "iacket"
is delightful. Its lepoitei was
chaiged to put the query to Com
missiouei Castle on his lotum: "We
aro advocating the -ufliago for all
Hawaiian, Mi. Castle. What do
joti think of it?" Mi. Castle 11?--)onds:
"I agree with on fully. That
is tho just and piopcr eoiu.se to
take." Maik that the Slai !iad set
out on its annexation piopagandist
mission with tlieassoition that noth
ing else was ever intended by the
Provisional Paitj than that the Ha
waiiaus were under annexation im
mediately to have all the rights and
privileges of Iho most favoied Ainoi
ican citi.ens. Then why should
ono of tho exponents: of tho Pro--visioual
policy to the I'nitod
States Government have to be
iufoimcd, as of something now,
that his partv al home were advo
If all Havvaiians were to have tho
pihilego as an essential condition of
llieii annexation policy fiom the
htait, as the blai had alleged and
the Advoitisoi echoed, whoio does
tho noco-sity come iu foi "advocat
ing" that condition.' So fin as that
question is concerned, if present
professions of tho Piovisioualh aro
hiucoie, thoro is but ono paity iu the
islands. What the Advoitisoi de
nounced as a black Hag enteipriso
nil along, it now
.seconds the Star iu
holding aloft on it
banner as an oiiginul
Unfoitunalol for tho "piiucipl
however, its oiiginal nopoumlei
hiibbeou ratliiirlaidy in picuutiiigit. I .lust what he tlnnlth about annexa
Had ho i-et it forth while ho held a dou i.do not know, but 1 venture to
disinterested position as an e.xpo
uoiit of public opinion in Honolulu,
it standing b itself would have
been untitled to eimhmco as a doc
trine of the paity until tho piopoun
der could have been pioved to be
inininfoiinnd, The oditoi of the
Slur in tilt rupnisuiitatiu! huru of
the San Fuincihco Clitonicle. Tt is
in (lint capuoily that ho catno (o
Honolulu. As diligent as any of his
confroies ho doubtless sought tho
views of people of all shades of
opinion. His earlier correspondence
showed either that he was commis
sioned to take the strongest bins
possible in favor of the Provisional
Pari v or that he assumed such bias
under local influence after his ar
lival. The fact of his bias on thai
side is dear enough, jmyvvay, but
that only makes his loprosontations
of the Pun isional policy moio com
mit t al of tho pu ty t hau would other
wise ho the case. While the ediloi
of tho Star vvai writing his rev ela
tion of I'tovisional policy legarding
the franchiso for thai paper, the
Clitonicle was on its way to Hono
lulu as fast as tho Alameda's engines
could cany it, with (ho editor's ex
position of Provisional policy, writ
ten before it was found necessary
for the paity to effect its change of
base. And this is what the editor
of tho Star tolls the readers of Iho
Chioniclo is the Pi ov isional Paity's
policy regaiding the sulnago for
Upon (he question of suffrage the
islanders aio getting into a shaip
contioveisv. The punisional part
declines (iiat iT annexation comes
the natives, should not be intrusted
with the ballot, for the reason that
i they lack intelligence and piineiplo.
It is timed that thov went nine-
i stricted license to do as 1 1 1 please,
even to tho extent of letting the
Molokai lepers go flee among their
iiiunleeled fiiouds; and that the
ballot in their hands would bo a
weapon of misrule and anaichy. On
the other hand, the natives claim
that 1K percent of theit number can
read and write, while only li.", peicent
of the voters in New Voik Slate can
do as much; and that it would be
un-Ameiicau. and Iho believe un
constitutional, to diaw them into
Anieiiciin fellowship and then don
them equal lights.
The Annexation Problem.
FniTor: Bitllun: -
It is a foi lunate thing that Piosi
dent Cleveland withdiew the annex
ation tioatv. and sent the Hon,
.lames If. Blount as special commis--ionei
to these islands to invo-ligato
the f.te( icl iting to the kite levolu
lion, bocaiiM it eases to some extent
the ternble piossuie of maitial law, j
and pel nuts men to call then souls
I heir own without feai of pio-ecu-tion
foi tioasoi), or "admonition" by
the IV'-idonl of the 1'iov isional
With fteedom to think and bicathe
should also coino fieedoin of pub
heat ion and discussion. And this
liocdom should mrt be confined to
the foieign population alone, or
lather to that small section ol the
population who aie avowed annoa-tionisl-..
The native people lime
some lights iu the piemi-es, as well
as lliosu foit'igners who do m( think
that (iio independence of (liocoun
t iv .should be signed away by the
Provisional Government without
giving the natives and foreignois
alike the light to vote foi oi against
The tietity which Mr. Tliuiston
and his a ocintcs negotiated with
Seeiotai Foster, and which would
have been iat lhea 0y -Mr. Uolo iina
his cabinet without iofeienco to the
people, deprived tlio llawaiians of
their coiinti and (heir civil lights.
It is no answer to this to say that
the Thuiston-Dole tiealy was not
ratified. It was withdiawn fiom the
United States Senate despite the
piotests of the Hawaiian Coinniis
sioneis and the Hawaiian Minister,
and against the wishes of all those
who vveio inlluenced b thoii lopic
sentatioiis. Thanks aio due to President Cleve
land for die hope of fair play and
justice which this withdiawal and
.vli. ulouiit s uu-siou have raised in ,
the bieist of ovei honest and fair- j
minded man. I
It has been said thai all the plau
teis favor aiiuexiit ion. This is doubt
ful, but even if thev do it is not to I
tho point. If the people as a whole '
want annexation, let them sav so by
their votes at an election to be
specially called for that puiposo;
and lot every man ol voting age in
the countr, who by i.ico is entitled
to vote, cast his ballot for or against i
it. A piopoit qualification cuts no
fiiruio in this case. It is iin-Aniei-1
ican, to -:i) the least; and Mr. Blount
is too good an American, L imagine,
to fciincdou ill) appeal to the people
ecei)t on the basis ol manhood siif
li.ige, which is (ho foundation of the
Ameiicaii political system. J'loper
ty owneis have not an exclusive
mouopol of patiiolisiu iu any couu
ti. The Aiiieiican L'nion wiis not
saved on the battle field by the
monied class, while no-inopeity men
staved ill homo to caie foi tho wo
men anil cliiluron. Mn does the
JJiov isional Government of Hawaii
ail upon the piopeity owneis of
Honolulu to can amis foi its. dt.
foine, while nioiiehbS foioigneis sit
ipuetlv looking on tit the imposing
aimed tho i.iespons.bles." and then
peetacle. I tlniil: t lie "piov isiouals
called ll)Oll Mr. StoVOIIH to jmitlict
them 1 1 mu tiiuir "Swiss guaidh" in
in iimm. in mi sllKi ,,,.,
would deny the native population
thought to lie comsulteil on a pio
positiou to (lupine them of their
count r,). Tlieioisone plautei the
man who has mudo all othei Jlttvvai-1
iau hiigar tilanleis deli -who, if he i
I wen heio, 1 am codaiii would not i
lend hini'cll lo such an unfair pio
j j.,.,.,1,,,, 1 refer to Clans Spiochels.
piodict that if he vveio here he
would insist upon giving the natives
fair phi v. J hii this because we all
Uiovv on the islauils timl He gives
fiiir nliiv In nviu-vlwwlv Miifl nl n mill-
fair pla to evorv uo(,.iuri at a mill -
cal time biived the murcaiitilo com-
muiiitv fiom the woiat kmd of op-
ni.,s.imi iii the into of oNohtuiL'o.
Hlu rltl.,L ..,11 I. ll... Unu'iitinnu nl.
' uiivk lunu Ijihiii ploiisiuit, Houmur
-il(7 MIIIIH'l Ullll I tw t4IIIIIIMMIM' '
attempted to grind them, or tnko
advantage of f hem in any way, nnd
theiefoio tho native people- (rust
him, and bfecauso of this I nm satis
lied that ho would not bo a parly to
depriving thorn of their country
without their full consent. In shoit,
ho would think it as discreditable to
steal a country bv fraud and violonco
as (o rob a train with shotguns.
Thoio tnav bo olher mantors to
whom those remarks equally apply
as hi ,ur, oireoj(ois, mil uioy nave
not been quoted by Minister Slovens !
or Tlnnston As Co., and if they aro ,
to tho fore they can spoak for thoin-
selves. uituis SsprecKols is not hero,
but his lerord speaks for him; and
as 1 uiideisland ho is to arrivo at
Honolulu bv the return trip of tho
Ausiinlia, 1 would suggest that no
tinio be lost after ho stops nshoro to
got his opinion upon annexation and
Iho proceedings of the Provisional
Government, moio especially tho
Clans Spreckols is an American
citiou and has moio al stake than
any other man on the islands; ho is
therefore moro deeply interested
iu securing good ami stable govern
ment than any of (he men who have
taken (lie load in this and piovious
revolutions. His judgment would
thoiororo bo a conservative ono. Ho
would not bo toleiant of abuse or
disoider, but ho would bo eminently
fair and just, and would consider
(he native people and their rights
piecisoly as ho would consider his
own. Tho trouble with the ultia
annexationists is that they consider
only themselves and tho lit llo cotoiio
of disappointed and bankrupt poli
ticians with whom they aro associ
ated, and for w hose aggrandisement
tho desperate attempt at annexation
by rovolulion and surprise was re
Now that we have breathing time,
anil the right to breathe, thanks to
Piesidont Cleveland, let us go into
this matter thoroughly and get at
tho bottom facts. Having done this,
tho people can determine whether
they wish annexation or not, but in
any case the opinion of Mr. Spreck
ols' should be taken befoio anything
itehnile has tiecn (leciited.
Sn " v, r
" I have been afflict-
Blliousno&i,, "edvvitb bihousmss
., ,. "and constipation
Constipation,.. for fifuen yca,s.
" fust one and then
" another prcpara-
Pains. " lion was suggested
" tome and tned but
' to no purpose. At last a friend
" lecoiumcndcd August Flower. I
" took it accoidiug to directions and
" its effects were wonderful, relicv
" ing me of those disagrecrnle
"stomach pains which I had been
"troubled with so long. Woids
" cannut de-sLiibe the adiuiiatioii
"in which I hold your August
" Flower it has given me a new
"lease of life, which before xvasa
" burden. Such a medicine is a beu
" efaction to humanity, and its good
" qualities and
"wonderful nier- Josse Barker,
" its should be . t
" made known to Pnmor,
"everyone suffer- Humboldt,
" ing with dyspep
" sin or biliousness Kansas. 5
0. G. GKlXWSoIe Mairfr.Woudbnrj-.NJ.
l,. ,T. Lovov
.1. J.'. Kahnlevv.il...
Series of Interesting Incidents in
Aihi(U'(l forthoStngnhy the 11 vvwn Punch
JIiumjiii Co.. to Iu- linisL-nU'il in lhig-
IWli hj Nntlvu lliitt.iiians on
SATURDAY EVENING, April 8tli,
Will hi- iiroducccl a Melo-ilrnnin In
Two Aits, entitled;
l fllkn 7 nArr OV Wtjd
j 1 Hu jjuvly Till: 1 II iligllL
TsT-w Soones I
No'vv Oostvirries 1
!New Songs 1
A Musical Intorludo by the Company:
Overture lliivvuiliin liiiul
"Landing of Lono and His Death"
Cliiirm (err, by tho Coininn.v
rv- v Si , ,,r o,.nllutIi, K, nnoi 1 1 ii st It, mi
H.Utill.v ilu-lKlKil mill iMUItuil' foi thosu
nlnnt- op Ilnnol Rfln 7Rr t flfl
eS aS USlial DOC, DC. fl $1.0D.
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I OK BALE CHEAP
i "Cleveland" Bicycle
Weight .1111, Nearly Now.
ii. i:. wai.ki:u.
at King Iho:
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I T HIWI 'J(J KOl'lI H I'lISI O.M JIHS
1 J ltl ,,, ,,, Bl!liuilln th:it I cm 1...
....niniuiilniuct vvltli hy lliituul Teloihoiio
i No. itr.
I .Mr. II. Lojo vvlll coiitlmio t() collwt for
I "' .. . V... JlcDON Abl),
I'uipi tutor City hlioullii; hhoji,
Tort itreet nboo Hotel ulnut.
Hawaiian Hardware IXI1 Tfiipi r fir rAQUiflU
Stttunluy, April S, 1893.
There seems to be an idea
that Mr. Blount should call a
meeting in some con-
venient corner of the city and
uA th(, nfinnle w1,nt hn knows
tell the people what he knows
about the situation. It is
hardly probable that he will
take this step because it is
generally understood that he
doesn't know very much about
it but is here to find out. His
desire to "say nothing but saw
wood" is beginning to wear on
the public at large. So far as
getting anything out of Mr.
Blount goes the newspaper
correspondents have given it
up, but to keep in practice so
as to be ready when the Com
missioner is they take turns in
interviewing the statue of Ka
mehameha in front of the Gov
When the form of govern
ment is settled (and the time
is indefinite) the boom that
will follow the dull period is
sure to make up for the anx
ious fidgety hours the average
Honolulu man is now experi
encing. Every one who reads
the foreign papers remembers
the momentous question asked
in the United States during
Air. Cleveland's first camp
aign, "What's the matter with
Grover?" A majority of the
people replied, "He's all
tight!" It's about the same
with Mr. Blount. Whatever
happens a majority of the peo
ple in I lawaii nci will say
"I Ie's all riant."
Knives and forks go hand
in hand with you and us. Our
assortment of table cutlery
and silver plated ware is look
ed upon by dealers as the
standard of excellence, anil is
the base from which the sup
plies of the people in the
irroup are drawn fiom. As to
style we are the leaders.
As to quality we know of
none better; the silverware
has a base of superior white
metal upon which are four
layers of the best silver, they
haven't the ring of the solid
article but in appearance they
bear a close resemblance.
The table cutlery is simply
superb, if the term may be
applied to knives, and is
made to cut. The handles are
of the sort that retain their
color and stay on.
We have a few more sets
of the pretty red and white
table glassware, cut or en
graved as you wish; very ele
gant for the price, which we
have made low enough to suit
anyone. For sideboard deco
ration the pieces surpass any
thing we have ever imported
except perhaps the genuine
By the "Mary Winkleman"
we received enough rope to
make a network over the
Island of Oahu or run a cable
from here to San Francisco.
We have all sizes in either
pure Manila or Duplex.
We haven't talked lamps
for a long time, so long that
your thoughts have drifted
away from the subject and you
have contented yourself with
the old one when you wanted
something better. Those we
offer you are, as usual, the
best; the burners vie with the
sun in giving light. The
burner is the first thing to
look after in selecting ;i
lamp; ",ec one that will not be
a receptacle for all the dust
and dirt that accumulates from
the sweeping. In those we
have selectee' for you is a
delightful combination of orna
ment and utility.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Spreckols' Block,
Corner Fort So
SPECIAL SALE IN
Trunks and Valises
FOR lO ID."5rS OIXX-TZ'.
THE! SAXiBJ "WTIjIj OOX-tlstEllsTOE
Wednesday, .April Sr
And will Close Saturday, April 15th.
During this Sale t will offer to the
Best Selected Stock of
ever scon in
ices wmen wm
&&" This sale will bo n fine clinnco for those intending to
travel this summer, as you will find most tiny stylo in tho sliapo
of a Trunk or Valise nt tho Tkmi'I-k or Fashion-.
33" No Goods in the above mentioned line will "be
Sold to the Trade during the Sale !
JKF I also reserve I he right to sell no more than Ono Trunk
and One Valise to any ono customer.
Corner Foil and Hotel Sis., - Honolulu, H. I.
THEO. H. DA VIES & GO.
HAVE JUST Ol'KNIm OUT A OHOIOT. mSl'l,AY OF
i,.vnai: assoktmkxt of
General Crockery and Glassware !
Freiicli Center Rugs,
Dfrenoli Sofa Rugs,
Frericli. Door IRugs,
French Stair Carpets in Latest Designs, French Iron Beds, Double and Single; Baby Cots
--- cPiiisrESE M-TTinsra-
Sets of Telescopic Card and Fancy Tea Tables !
Baskot Trunks, Steamer Trunks, Wooden Trunks.
-- TO OLKAll OUT COXfclGN'MUNT
American & English
To Lot or Lease.
ROOMS TO LET.
rpV0 NKT.I.Y FUR
X nisliud ltooms tit So.
EW HOUSn OF FIVE
rooms, on Jlatrazino
sticct, with Uathroom, pat
ent W. 0.. etc. Cumiimuils
one of the finest view s in Honolulu.
J. M. VIVAS
ONE 15 LOOK FROM 11E
rctanla stieet ear-, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
taue of Six Kouuis. I.arce
Lot, Stable and Chicken House. Apph to
i:. It. HENllllY,
at Hawaiian Hanhvare Co.'s store.
TO LET OK LEASE
Thi: cottage at no.
JoS K-inu; street, lately
occupied by Sir. Jl.S. Levy,
contiiiniiitr.S Bedrooms. Pal
lor, Dinnig-rooni, Kitchen and linthiooni;
Stable in ard; Aitesian Wntoi laid on.
For particulars and terms, npiily to
013-tf at E. O. Hall &. bons'.
11UII.DING CONSIST- .., -
. imrot -1 Rooms. Kit- agiZ.
i.lwtn Kt.iftll Ttiw.l.'T tl wl flllil raj.ii.'t
side entrance, at nresent -U-M-g
occunied as a saddlerv shon bv Jose Dias,
in the business part of tho town and cen
trally located. For partii ulars apply to
On the piomises 01 by letter.
Wailuku, March Jt. i.8!-l
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
ATT1IE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
bloukholilKiH of the Inter-Island
Steam Nuviu'itlon Co., t,LM), htld this
da, the folloulnc. ((Ulcers and Diieclors
were elected for the ensuing ,eai :
V. II. Godfre)
W. II. MuLeiiu
.1. L. .McLean
T. V. Hobrou
. .Sec rotary,
. . . Auditor.
iiomiii of mill cioiis;
W. B. Godfrey. J. Ena, G. N. Wilcox
W. O. Snillli, F. A. Scliaufui.
W. H. McLEAN,
Stcietun 1. I.S.N. Co.
Honolulu, II. 1 Mniuh l!l, lS'M.
POSITION AB ltOOKKEKl'EH OR
lileik, ultJiiu lu town or on planta
tion. Addiesn "It.," this olllcu, (kl-lt
public ono of the Largest ami
Trunks nnd Valises
n i " 1. ur ftll 1
asioiush iuu mi .
Salads , ,
Etc. Etc. Etc.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
T IE 2T
THERE WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC
On SATURDAY, April 8, 1893,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Auction Room of .TAB. F.MOR
GAN, Queen street,
rn n.. .
Ling on the Main Road between Hon.
Chns. L. Hopkins' premises and Mr. Mao
farlano'a dairy, and formerly known a
G. V. Ktawcamahi's premises. Thesi
Lots are the
Best Unsold Lots in the City 1
A very good opportunity to get
Terms s,r Easy I
far" Deeds at the expense of tho pm
chasers. 0- For further particulars apply to
WILLIAM C. AOHI.
Honolulu, April 1, IbsU. 000-0t
Bruce & A. J. Oartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
. 1 1
fotmcrh the residonio of the late H. J.
Hart, situate on Nuuanu Avenue below
School street. Teims easj. 02.t-tf
NOTE Before sLoking or closing lmr
galns olsewheie, It will pay ou to scan our
column, and to at once consult the under
sign! d til their ollice.
tXfW'o kiop pioporty In llrst-i'lnsH ion
dltion. Oui units aro modeiato and as
luudlouls wo will always be found reason
able ill our dealings,
t.W Apply in each ease to
BRUOB or A. J. OAItTWRIGilT,
'Cmtwrlght Building," Mvahunt stnci.
NOTICE OF SALE.
rpilE UNDEUBKINEI) IIEIIETOKOUE
.L doing business at lloiinl.ua, Hawaii,
has this ilu sold his entile stock ol Mcr
I'IiiiiiiUmi, Horses, Cattle, Carts, Buildings,
and Book Aicouuts of whatsoever nature
to Kwoug Ycc Cluing, wiio is alone iintno'
jUtil to collect outstanding accounts.
(Signed) TANG SUE,
(KMw By Meolc Jllng,