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SUPREME COURT OF THE HA
(lit OKI! l-'OK SPECIAL TEI1M.
Doumltig It e.ssi'iillnl t(i tlm iroiiiotloii of i
JtMlt-e, nnd liy vlrtuo of tin- authority
wstud In inu by Si'i'tlon "l of tin- Aut to i
llnorganl.o tlio Judiciary llqinrtiiK'iit. I
lioreliy order u Siti-im. Tr.iiM of tin1;
Sunn-mo Court to bo held In tliu Court I
lioom (iiitalrs) of Aliiolani link', lloiio- !
lulu, on THUUSDAY, the 'JOth Aj.ril, lMiil. j
nt lu o'clock a. m. i
WitncsH toy hand mid cal of the ,
) Siiinviiiu Court, nt Honolulu,
, r i iiim i.nu nay 01 aiiii, 4
A. 1'. .11 HI),
Chief Jutluu of the Supreme- Court.
VIE DAILY BULLETIN.
J'lcdycd to neither Sect nor Party,
lint Established for the lienefd of ML
WEDNESDAY, APJtlL l'.l. IS!).'.
Factitious arguments used to
boom annexation along are happily
Lit off in an article copied to-day
from the Now York Post. There is
no doubt that a more ingenuous and
less blundering campaign conducted
in tho islands exclusively would have
resulted in annexation being much
nearer realization to-dav than is the
Undoubtedly tho sentiments of the
St. Paul Pioneer-Press republished
in this issue come nearer tho original
intentions of the annexationists here
and iu the States than the happy
afterthoughts that Hud a medium in
tho Star with an echo in tho Adver
tiser. Those sentiments are as un
just to tho Hawaiians as thoy would
bo if applied to niairy congressional
constituencies in the United States.
For the benefit of those who have
been wondering at tho rise in sugar
so earl j-in tho year, an interest iug
articlo is republished in this issue
from tho San Francisco Call. It
seoms thoro is a shortage in the
world's supply. Tho maintenance of
protection to sugar advocated by
tho Call would, under existing or
improved relations with the States
bo a bonofit to Hawaiian sugar until
tho American beet product, primari
ly intended to bo benefited, should
inoro than supply the homo demand.
Tho Bulletin is grieved to note
tho aching void in tho public trea
sury. Tho very important work of
tho Survey Department is obliged to
suspend field operations in conse
quence. It has, most fortunately,
however, not yai become necessary
to curtail tho expenditure of public
funds for the publication of ancient
history iu the "By Authority" col
umns of tho twilight organ, at one
dollar per inch of space. It is so
essential to tho public weal, you
isnow, that there should bo no letup
in tho "ads." that Air. Porter has
been appointed Minister of Finance,
or that Edgar llalstead has boon
commissioned as Chairman of tho
Waialua District Uoad Board.
It is a grief to us to learn that, for
lack of coin, the dredge is being laid
up. and the deepening of the harbor
abandoned for tho present. Let us
bo grateful, nevertheless, that no
such paralysis has yet struck the
treasury as to oblige tho cutting
down of tho $250 a month salary
of tho Commandor-of-the-Forces-with
- tho- rank - of - Colonel. What
xhould wo do without that eminent
authority on military questions? Lot
us give thanks that matters are no
worse, and that, a few months hence,
our great military strategist will be
able to distinguish between a stack
of arms and a stack of liny.
It is sad to know that tho pro
gress of our public works has boon
arrested, for lack of tho needful to
carry tliom on. It woukl bo pleas
ant to soo tho purposes of the lato
appropriation bill carried out, whore
in it devoted 11101103- for the improve
ment of wharves, harbors, water
works, otc, Tho pumping plant for
Honolulu is still in tho dim and
misty future; but what tasto is so
dull and plebeian as to ask for water,
when thoy have military grandeur
galoro with a"foorco" maintained at
an expense of $K),(XX1 a mouth, who
are ovor on the ijui rive, and imme
diately "mobilize" themselves, run
out their gatlings, aud turn iu a
general alarm when they see a native
theatrical "supo" entering the back
door of a theatre with an antique
bluuderbus, nun look, stock aud
Rich, Red Blood
As naturally results from taking
Hood's Sarsaparilln as personal
cleanliness results from free use of
soap and water. This great puri
fier thoroughly expels scrofula, salt
rhoiim aud all other impurities aud
builds up every organ of the body.
Now is the timo to take it.
Important Docisiou for Mechanics,
Mntorial Mon and Judgment
A unanimous decision of tho Su
premo Court, by Circuit Judge
Coopor silting in place oT Justice
Kroar, diqualilied from haxing been
of counsel, lias been rendered in T.
It. Lucas and others, executors of
the will of Uoorgo Lucas, deceased,
vs. F. II. Wcdw'ard, defendant; A.J.
Lopez, gnriiirJice. The syllabus of
decision reads a follows:
"Under the Act of 1SSS, Chapter
XXI., 'to provide for liens of mecha
nics and material men,' the lien does
not exist until notice thereof is filed.
"An order was made bv a Justice
that judgment might be had against
a garnishee; judgment, was not en
tered (hereon as required by the
rules. Held, it was not a 'recorded
judgment' under Section l of the
Act above named."
Goo. Lucas on Jan. lf, 1S!)2, re
covered judgment against F. H. Ited-
ward m the I'oliee Court for the
sum of SM 7.115 including costs. De
! fondant appealed to tho Supreme
Court but withdrew his appeal Julv
Upon allidavit of plain-
ounsot an oruer was issued
Dec. (5, attaching all debts duo or
accruing from A. J. Lopez to F. II.
ltedwanl. The Chief Justice ren
dered a decision Dec. 21, finding
that Lopez owed Hedward J?ll'.)l
and was liable as garnishee to tho
Lucas estate for the amount of tho
judgment against Hedward. Tho
amount duo from Lopez to Itedward
was on account of a building con
tract. Jan. .'?, 1S'.K$, Lopez filed a motion
to reopen tho cause, alleging that
on Dec. ISO S. C. Allen, a material
man, had filed a lien on tho building
for the sum of .?18Sfi.2(), and that ho
believed if ho complied with tho
order of tho Court and paid the
amount of tho Lucas judgment, ho
would also be obliged to pay tho
amount of the Allen claim without
deducting tho sum paid to tho plain
tiffs. On February 8 a decision or
Chief Justice Judd, refusing to re
open the case, was filed in which it
was stated that "the order to tho
garnishee was a judgment against,
him; it was rendered six da3s before
tho filing of tho material man's lion
and is prior in time and in right.
It is from this decision that tho ap
peal of Lopez is taken.
The garnishee in his motion to re
open contended that tho material
man's lien has priority over tho
judgment against tho garnishee al
though filed on a day subsequent,
lie also contended that the lien ex
ists from tho dato tho materials wore
furnished anil that, upon filing the
notice required by the statute, that
act for the purposo of determining
priorities relates back to tho first
transaction. This in tho Court's
opinion cannot be maintained. Be
ing derogatory to tho common law
the statute on liens must bo strictly
coiir-trued. It is found that the lieii
doos not exist until a notice of it is
filed, and that every lien filed has
priority over every other lien filed
suh.-cqiicntly, and all liens so filed
have priority over all other liens of
any nature, subject to any recorded
lien or judgment.
Was the judgment recorded at tho
time of or previous to tho filing of
the lien by Allen? To answer this
question the Court, in the absence
of statute law requiring any minis
terial act to be done on tho part of
the clerk, has resort to the rules of
the Court. It is contended by tho
plaintiffs that, upon the filing of a
decision with tho Clerk the judg
ment must be deemed recorded. A
rule is cited by tho Court which re
quires attorneys of the parly in
whose favor a verdict or decision
shall be rendered to file a record of
the proceedings in a certain form
under the seal of tho Court. It is
found that in the case at bar no re
cord as required by tho rule has
been made, and tho judgment relied
upon by tho plaintiffs is not a re
"The cause is therefore reopened
and sent back to tho Circuit Judge
of the First Circuit for hearing, for
the purpose of determining whether
the alleged lien exists, and, if so
found, such further proceedings may
be had as are necessary; if it is found
that the lieu does not exist, then tho
order to the garnishee to stand."
C. W. Ashford for plaintiff; J. A.
Alagoon for the garnishee.
Judge Coopor to-day approved tho
accounts of Antono li. Cunha, ex
ecutor of tho estate of his father,
showing receipts of S711.S0 and ny
uicnts of tho same amount.
Tho following order is posted at
the entrance to tho Clerk's ollico:
"The Clerk will hereafter decline to
receive deposits for costs accrued or
to accrue unless payments are made
in United States gold
Calendar of Cases for Spocial Terra
Supremo Court, April 20, 1893.
1. The Queen vs. M. G. San Tana,
violating Honor law; appeal from
-May term, lliird Circuit.
'1. Georgo Dillingham vs. Hawai
ian Uoveriimout, trespass on the case;
exceptions from October term, First
Circuit. lliurston lor plaintiil,
Croighfon for defendant-appellant.
51. William Norton vs. Fashion
Stables Co., assumpsit; exceptions
from order striking case from tho
calendar. Carter for plaint ill', Peter
son and Creighton for defondant
apnollaut. J. In re voluntary bankruptcy
Win. II. Aldrieli; appeal from order
of .1 tidd, C. .1., vacating decree of
bankruptcy. I'etorsou for petitioner,
Ilatch for creditor.
5. ICuiily de Horblny vs. Samuel
Norris, assumpsit; questions reserv
ed by lliekertou, J. Neumann aud
Thurston for plaintiil'; llarhvoll aud
Hatch for defendant.
(i. P. (1. Camarinos vs. ,1. Kid
well, covenant; exceptions from
April term of the Mist Circuit;
Neumann aud Creighton for plniu
till; Hatch for defoiidaiit-appollaut.
7. K. Lopez aud husband vs. M.
Soy Yung nt al, hiiecilic perform
ance; appeal from decree dismissing
the bill. Castle for plainlills-appul-hints;
Alngoou and Davidson for defendants.
8. In re bankruptcy Tai Lung,
appeal from order over-ruling plea,
llartwoll for claimants; Carter for
tho assignees, appellant.
'.). 11. Squires et al. vs. Gasper
Svlva. ejectment; exceptions from
October term (lS'Jl) First Circuit.
Castle for plaintiffs; llartwoll nnd
ltoa for defendant-appellant.
10. Phillip iV. Co. v. Administra
tor F.stato C. Alee, replevin. In
ceptions from October term, 181)2.
Ilatch f rnlaintiir-annolant: Castle
for defendant. I
11. Kohala Sugar Co. vs. Tru- ,
tees Estate James Wood, injunc- i
Hon. Equity appeal from Jud'd, C. I
1. Castle for plaintiffs-appellant; ,
Hatch Tor delendants.
12. In re application of Geo. Tit
comb for a writ of habeas corpus.
Appeal from Whiting, Judge. Hart
well for petitioner; Attorney-General
for the Marshal, respondent.
l.'l. Geo. I itcomb vs. Provisional
Government of the Hawaiian Islands,
petition for a writ of error. llart
woll for petitioner; Attorney-General
11. Yuon Lung & Co. vs. John
Burke, petition for a writ of error.
Hartwoll for petitioners; Davidson
15. J. 1. Dowsett vs. Maukeala
and others, ejectment. Exceptions
from Whiting, Judge.
plaintiff; Ashford for
l(i. Mary Kaleialii ot al vs. M. S.
Grinbauin et al, bill in equity to de
clare a trust. Appeal from order of
Cooper, Judge, overruling demurrer.
Itosa for plaintiffs; Hartwoll for de
17. Itisdou Iron and Locomotive
Works Co. vs. Alex. Young, submis
sion of controversy without suit.
Hatch for plaintiff's; Hartwoll for
Mr. Carlisle's Favorite Recreation.
While Mr. Carlisle is a groat brain
worker aud has capacity to got
through a largo amount of mental
labor, which is exhausting as well to
tho physical body, yet ho is fond of
pleasure and recreation. His chief
recreation is a small game of draw
poker a sort of family game at his
residence one or two evenings dur
ing tho week with a few invited
friends. The auto is only 5 cents
aud the limit but 25 cents. He al
ways plays in bad luck I think
quits the game four times out of fivo
a loser. Tho fives and deuces seem
to have a great fondness for his
hand. Ono rarely deals
giving him a douce or a fivo, and ho
never fails to call tho attention of
tho players to tho fact, with the ex
clamation, "Hero's that deuce," or
"Hero's that fivo again. I get, it
every time." But all tho same ho
enters into tho spirit of tho gamo
with as much earnestness as lie does
in solving a great question in politi
cal economy, and from these poker
party meetings he derives a groat
deal of keen enjoyment and much
needed recreation. Lniuxvillc Con-rier-.lounial.
A Bird Dog.
"Didn't you find him just as T re
Lady (indignantly) "No, sir; you
said he was a bird dog, and he hasn't,
sung a note yet. and I've had him
two weeks." Clt ivuyo Intrr (kean.
Fine Job Pr!ntini tit the liuJMi'n Office.
" I have been a great
Asthma. sufferer from Asth
ma and severe Colds
every Winter, and last Fall my
friends as well as myself thought
because of my feeble condition, aud
great distress from constant cough
ing, aud inability to raise any of the
accumulated matter from my lungs,
that tny tune was close at hand.
When nearly worn out for want of
sleep and rest, a friend recommend
ed me to try thy valuable medicine,
H'jsehcc s German
Syrup. I am con
fident it saved my
life. Almost the first
dose gave me great
relief and a gentle re
freshing sleep, such asl had not had
for weeks My cough began immedi
ately to loosen and pass away, and
I found myself rapidly gaining in
health and weight I am pleased
to inform thee unsolicited that I
am in excellent health and do cer
tainly attribute it to thy Hoschee'a
German Syiup. C. li. Sticknky,
Picton. Ontaiio." Q
Dairv Malik' CwratiiiD !
Y. M. O. A. HALL,
THURSDAY EVENING, April 20,
Adults, 50 Cents; School Pupils, 25 Cents,
IttF- t'onio anil lii'iir
tlicir Pretty Stingi.
Mulils hiiijj i
New European I
100 Elegantly Furnished Rooms
ONLY TWO HUM KH I'll'IM
Main Entrance to the Fair!
:il(!-:ilH (mil 'IViraiui, CIiIi'iiku.
Kates: $1 per Day & Upward, 1st Class Cafe.
The JJaily Jtitlletin
eurritn for fiO mf per month,
By Jns. F. Morgan.
On SATURDAY, April 22nd,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
1 will m11 nt Public Auction, ut my Kales-
On Borotania Stroot,
between Milliards and Punchbowl streets,
formerly occupied by Mr. .1. V.
The Lot litis n frontage of 075 feet on
ltoretania street, 105 Cent deep nnd liS-tf feet
on the Hun-neks lot. There is n
Very Convenient Cottage
On the Premises, lately nut In Thorough
The House contains It Hcdrooms, l'nrlor,
Dining-room, Kitchen, I'nntry and Hath
ltoom with Patent Oloset.
The Grounds are nicely lnid out with
Oriminentiil Shrubs nnd l'ruit Trees, nnd
oiler n tine opportunity to seeuro u Vnlu
&- Tor further pnrtieulnis apply to
Jas. IT. Morgan,
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Foreclose and of Sale.
VfOTIOK IS 1I1311KHY OIVKX THAT,
JA in purMunico of n Power of Sale, con
tnluud in n certain Indenture of Mortgage
i executed .September 5th, 18!K!, by YVillmni
u. aciii una li-aueini a. aciii, ins wiui, oi
Honolulu, to Charles li. Hlshop nnd Sam
uel M. Damon, partners under the firm
name of Hlshop it Company, of said Hono
lulu, and recorded in Liber l!i!)at pages l!(ili
to 270, the r-aid mortgagees intuml to fore
close the said mortgage, for condition
broken, to wit: tho non-payment of tho
principal and interest secured thereby
when due. And notice is hereby further
given that, upon such foreclosure (and un
less said mortgage shall have been sooner
naidi. il is the'iiitention of said mortmain'!)
to seil the property therein anil thereby
described anil mortgaged, at I'ulilio Auc
tion, ut the auction rooms of .lumes 1'".
Morgan, in said Honolulu, on SATUIt
DAY, the 2Ulh day of May, lS'.l.'S, at 12
tflfir further particulars apply to C.
V. Ashford Attorney for Mortgagees,
Merchant street, Honolulu.
HISHOP A: CO., Mortgagees.
Tin: iMtoi'iaiiv to nn mii.ii ih as roi.i.owe:
1 All that curtain tract of lund contuiu
hiH ;:o-lUU HiM'o at Ktiluwnlilno, Honolulu,
iiforuMiM, I'oiivcyi'il to mi1 liy liNho) iV
('oiiip.iny, liy ili-uil reunrili'il in tlio Hawai
ian liuKistry'of ConvcyanvL's in Hook ll'J,
11 All that tract of land containing IS)
acre at Kcalakoino, 1'uiia, Hawaii, con
veyed to mo hy Wailfliua mid wife, by
deed recorded iu Jlookli:.. page t!Sl, and
liehiK part of Itoyal Patent llrant 'J!).'i to
Kciiaaiilani et al.
:i All tliattrncl of land eontniniiif; 11(1.71
acres nt Manawai, Alolokni, convened to
me hy Hoopii Olepau, liv deed recorded in
Hook" 118, page l.r.. and Wing part of L. O.
.. ioiiu to Jioonaiuii.
I All tluit tmctuf land containing 1.20
acres at South Knnu, Hawaii, conveyed to
iiu hy 1). V. ICealalaina, hy deed recorded
in liook 12,"i, page ail, und'beiiig the land
described m Itoyal l'atunt 3."i3, 1.. (J. A.
.r711 to ICnuluiiinkulc.
i" All that tract of land containing 27.500
siuiuro feet nt Kapahnua, Honolulu, afore
said, convoyed to me by l.mi Ohong, by
deed recorled in Hook , page , and
being part of Itoyal l'atent 101, L. C. A.
8.'!Uf) to Kiuioa.
All that tract of land 150 by li0 feet,
being Lot ;ij, lilock D, ut l'earl Oity, Ewu,
Oahu, conveyed to nio by Oiihu Kaihvay it
Land Company, by deed recorded in Hook
127, page Uii.
7 One share in Ilolnaloa, I and 2 North
Konu, Hawaii, transferred to me and .1. It.
Nahiilo by Kaoiwi by deed recorded iu
Hook 127, page 121.
8 All those lands conveyed to mo by Ke-nloha-
Knluit, by deed recorded in ilook
i;:0, jiagu 100, and being u one-half interest
in the land containing 180 acres described
in ltoyul Patent .W.l, L. J. A. 74IHI to III
Kaiialohn at Kawsiuui 2, North Kona.
Hawaii, and all that land coiituinini' 40
acres described in Uoyul l'atent Grant 1597
to Kalua at Kawamii 1, North Kona afore
said. 0 All that tract of lund containing IX)-100
acre ut Kalihi, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
voyed to me by S. Kaulai, by deed recorded
lu Hook 87, pugc KB).
11 All that tract of land containg .10-100
aero ut Kalihi, aforesaid, convoyed to mo
by Komo, by deed recorded in Hook 00,
11 Lots 1 and 11 utKupnlama, aforesaid,
being part of the land convoyed to nio by
1. Kanoa by deed recorded in Hook 01,
pugo 3."3, und being part of Itoyal l'utont
401, L. O A. 81.) to Kiuioii.
12 All of that tract of land containing
702 fnthonis at Kouwuniii, Molokui, con
voyed to mo by JCiml Kuuoni', by deed re
corded in Hook 02, pa git 202, and being tho
land described in itoyal 1'utent 7081, L. O.
A. 4823 to Knnilopo.
13 That certain lot on the Ewa side of
my now homestead ut Knpuluma aforesaid,
convoyed to mo by Lull Ohong, by deed re
corded in Hook 133, jingo 12.
14 All that land conveyed to nio by J.
Malm by doed recorded in Hook 115, jingo
Ut, being part of Uoyul Patent Orunt 2803.
15 All 1 1 Kit lund containing 18-100 aero
at Kulawtihino, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
voyed to mo by Hila Ktuvau, by doed re
corded in Hook 107, imge 125.
10 All those lnnils convoyed to nio by
Chung Waa bv deed recorded ill Hook 111,
page 212, being Ajiana 13 und 13A, euch
containing us-100 uero, nioro purticnlurly
described In Partition Deed recorded in
Hook 110, page 305.
17 All those lands conveyed to nio by C.
M. Hvdo and wifo. by deed recorded in
Hook 'ill), page 321, being Apunn 11 and
11 A. each containing 1)8-100 uero, nioro par
ticularly described in said Partition Deed.
Is -That certain louse of laud containing
15,100 Miuuio feet ut Kiipaliiinu uforcsiiiil,
part of lioyul Patent 111 lu Kiuioa, for 10
.warn from' January 1, Irtll, made lo mo by
Lint lihong i ud ici'iirded in Ilook 128, page
10 (Inn Imuuv. one express, ono buy
horse, four carts, four liarunsous, und four
horses ii'-ed In my cartage business; onc
lialf Interest In S. K. Kaui .V Company, all
olhco fiirnitiiro in my ollli-o No. ;i(l, Mer
chant street, Honolulu, aforesaid, also 110
shares of slock lu the llecljirocity Sugar
Company, 30 shares in the Kona CoU'ee ,V
Fruit Company, ft shares in tho Mwu Plan
tation Company. 70'i-15t
rpill-3 HN)liHHI(lNKI HAVING HKI-JS
X tills day appointed (Inardiiiu of Mrs.
Ilehccc.u Piiiico llilliieku, formerly Itehccea
Piiiicu Piiiiku, u spendthrift, by order of the
Honorable W. A. Whiting, First .liidgeof
the Circuit Courl, First Circuit, llled mid
iiiailn this da, nil persons are hereby unti
tled not to give Iter credit, us ilio under
sinned will not pay tiny bills contracted
J. ALl'HKI) M.UIUON,
Oiiarilluu Hiibeceii Piineo Hinnuku,
Dated Honolulu, April II, 1803.
Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'fl
Saturday, April Jo, 1803.
Ever since the death of Van
Tassel, aerostatics have been a
lost art in the Hawaiian Islands.
The presence of so many sharks
has been the bugbear to the
men who take their lives in
their balloon baskets so to
speak and go up to the clouds.
We have been in commu
nication with a famous aero
naut for some time past with a
view to giving a grand exhibi
tion. Our arrangements are
completed and we beg to an
nounce to the public that, at an
enormous expense, we will
have Senor Pizzicato, the
famous Italian sky scraper,
make an ascension from the
roof of our building next
Wednesday afternoon at 2
o'clock. The exhibition will
be free and everyone is invited
to witness it. Senor Pizzicato
will ascend two thousand feet
one of the most
ever attempted in this, or any
other country. During the
journey upward he will dis
tribute advertisements of our
famous Aermotors and explain
to the inhabitants of the planets
the manifold advantages our
Hendry Breaker has over any
other plow on earth. They
may not use breakers, but the
advances in science and the
progressiveness of the present
generation suggest to us the
advisability of taking time by
the forelock and reserving the
necessary advertising space.
People recognize the fact that
we are in it and intend to sell
We would like to mention,
before the ink plays out, that
there never has been such
handsome glassware imported
into this country as is on our
shelves to day. We have made
a specialty of these goods and
have used the greatest care in
their selection. The contrast
ing colors, Red and White,
add greatly to their appearance
and make them especially
valuable as ornaments for the
sideboard in addition to in
creasing their general beauty
for table use.
We also desire to mention
the superiority of our table
cutlery; it has been mentioned
before but like a good joke
one of our best
It has proven
the buvincr public and never
fails to give satisfaction. We
include handsome carving sets
in our Cutlery assortment and
offer them to you garnished in
Morocco cases or just plain
knives, forks and steels. We
have never seen more service
able sets and doubt very much
if. you have.
In the matter of Carriage
Lamps none have ever been
introduced to equal the Dietz
Miniature Head-light. The
reflector is made in exact imi
tation of a locomotive head
light and will throw the light
twenty feet ahead of your
horse. We have them in
nickel and Japan.
Don't forget the balloon
ascension Wednesday at 2
p. m. !
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'tl
Opposite Bprvckcln' lllouk,
Cornei' Fort s
S DP E C
By the S. S.
Dry & Faiicy Goods
WHICH "WILL BE SOLD AT
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. I.
PtEOEIrTT J&ttttTVJL- "T.A.OO:R..A.'
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
Kudu! llm-lioi- I.Iino, Powell Dull'ryii l.argo Htuaiii Coal.
AXUI.O COSTIXI5NTAI, OUANO WOI1KS OO.'S
Griiano " Concentrado "
Ohlomlorff's Special (Jane Manure, Ohleudorif's Dissolved Peruviau Guauo.
Steel :r.sl:L1s, 14, IS, 1S& SO Dos.;
HOIl'rf, NUTS and FISH I'l.ATKS TO SUIT.
P.AdS Hire, Ciiiil mill I'mMv;
WI11K (iiilvuuisioil, Yarnisliuit, Hluclc and (lulvani.cd Harlicd;
GARDEN" FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
-A.xioliors enact Cliains
Yellow 'Metal Sheathing, Coal Tar, Iron Tanks, 100 gallon;
Plain and l'on-ii(?atod Ualvanized Iron,
Square and Arch Kli-o Hncks, Down Pipe,
Cluttering, square and O. Q. ljitollin.;
Ridging, (lalvanied Water Pipo, from to Uin. ;
Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc,
Wilden's Charcoal Tin Plates,
Hoofing Slates, Fire Clay.
gin's Fine Eureka Qairy Salt
53 FoiAnci Bags;
lilVHltl'OOI, OOAHSIO SALT, mil. bags;
HAWAIIAN' UOAltSl-fSAI.T, 10011. hags;
HOOK SALT, SODA C11YSTA1.S, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
HKDKOOM SKTS IX MAl'I.K, WALNUT and ASH,
SCJOTOll OHKSTS OK DltAWKKS,
WHITING DESKS IN KOSKWOOD and MAHOGANY,
COllNKlt and HALL OHA1HS, CAM) TAHLKS, Ktc,
French Iron. Beclstea.ca.s !
Jk.I25TTS a,n.cL OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OF SADDLERY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
20 lbs. W
A dainty new book, Tilt Jlaby, hy the
best authorities on baby life, fa-e to every
mother who sends her address
TIIOA1A5 I.IiliMINO & COMPANY,
73 Wurren St,, New York.
HOLLISTEH & CO.,
loe r-ort Street, - - - Honolulu, K. I.
I -A. Xj I
A LA1ICJE STOCK OF
Id V Id! POOL
ilKSf51 You are rospect
Your doctor l'lllly requested to call at
will tell you Cur Store and get a Fukio
it is the SA.MPLK ot! the
Pare Milk Food!
And iviiireB only the Addi
tion of "Water to pre
pare it lor use.
Large Packages 50 Cts