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TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to mither Seet nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1893.
Sonio interesting intolliyoneo hith
erto unpublished hero will bo found
iu this issue, regarding Mr. (Jlino
laud's polioy and Mr. Blount and his
Great concom is displayed by the
Star regarding the Bulletin's rela
tions with the Hawaiian Women's
Patriotic League. Only a mild in
terest has been taken by this paper
in tlio women's movement, since its
promoters dopaited from the first
priueiplo of standing for the rights
of their offspring, to wi angle oer
rival claims to the throne. Wo have
simply published .such intelligence
of their doings as different factions
of the league luwo furnished in the
ty of news.
A "scandal" iu the Custom House
was used as one device to make the
Star "go" yesterday evening. The
Adertiser, living a little "neaicr" to
the P. G. court, this morning spoils
the "scandal" by announcing that a
clerical error has been discovered in
the books, and that Custom House
affairs ero turned over to the now
management "all right." It must
seem strange to the United States
Commissioner that a government
whieli was too corrupt to bo let live
has left not a shade of scandal to be
diseoveied by its destroy ers.
It is reported that one of the dis
coveries made by Commissioner
Blount is that among the signets of
a petition in favor of the lottery bill
aro many of the loaders of the revo
lution that dethroned the Queou
laigoby on the pretest that she out
raged the moial sense of tho oom
niunit3 iu signing tho same lot ton
bill. Some of tho signers vveie in
deed among the iirst to bo low aided
with high-salaried ollices by the
Provisional Government. Among
those who signed a petition against
the lottery bill wero some of the
people described by Minister Stoven-
as "California and Canadian adven
turers" and 'hoodlums.''
ITS SPOILS POLICY.
Job would have succumbed to
moral exhaustion, and that without
Satan's help, if tho Advertiser had
been published in Uz and he one of
its readors. It has an aiticlo thi.
morning, evidently in reply to a
paragraph iu yestordaj's Bulletin,
which displays tho gall of an ele
phant. Tho onlj- thing worthy of
reply iu the aiticle designated is
where it is claimed that tho Provi
sional Government has paid reli
gious regard to litnes in appoint
ments to office. "Without taking the
advantage open to us of poiuting
out where tho Government has in
many cases tried tho futile experi
ment of littiug round plugs in square
holes, and square plugs in round
holes, wo shall rofor the Advertiser
to itself for refutation. That paper
was ono of the most forward,
amongst tho local press, as well as
one of tho meanest in methods of
attack, in bitterly assailing some of
the early appointments of tho Pro
visional Government. Although it
was only, in our belief, exeieising re
sentment for tho disrogaid of its
own clique, that is beside tho ques
tion. It opposed and persecuted
certain P. G. appointees under tho
pretext of acting iu tho public inte
rest, and by so doing belied its pre
sent assertion that the Government
throughout has strictly respected
litnoss as a qualification for office.
To leave proof from tho Adveitiser
against itself at that, there is just
one more remark to make jy way of
testing that paper's, present piofes
sions of confidence in the Govern
ment's course. Jf competency of
tho candidate bus boon duly con
sidered in tho present Government's
appointments to office, how is it
that thus early in the Government's
career two of tho worst scandals
that ovor disgraced tho count rj
have occurred under tho noses of
now officials? Robberies of magni
tude have been committed in two of
tho national buildings, while in
charge of tho now hands, and weeks
have elapsed without tho guilty
persons being brought to justice.
Tho many cases of rheumatism
cured bv Chnniborlnin's Fain Balm
during the past few mouths have
tjivon tho people great confidence
in its curative properties, and have
shown that theie is one preparation
that can be depended upon for that
painful and aggravating disease,
llonalter Bros,, Lorain, Ohio, say:
"Mr. Moses Price, of this place, was
troubled with rheumatism for a long
time, Chaniboi Iain's Fain Balm has
cured him. lie says that tho Halm
has no equal." For sale by all deal
ers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for tho Hawaiian islands,
Hoot liner on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Toniu. lionuon, Smith & Co,, Agents,
Thoir Blithe Ladyships Qivo a Xtaro
The Y's gave an interesting and
enjoyable entertainment at the Y.
M. C. A. hall yesterday evening, be
fore a faiih gooil audionco. Shoitly
bofoie eight o'clock tho maids of
the lnter-lslaud Milkmaids' Associa
tion inarched up tho stairs and after
tiaversing the aisles in a column
seated themselves on the platform.
The maids looked very charming in
diessos of pink and white, and the
tiaditional straw hat, also trimmed
with pink. ISaoh maid was possessed
of a shining tin nail and a three-
legged stool. With the latter thoy
Kept tnno in singing tho opening
Mis. Jordan piesidud aschairmaid
of tho Milkmaids' Convention by
self-appointment. Sho afterward
gave a descriptive essay on tho cow
and hoi usefulness in furnishing tho
vvoild with pure milk and cream.
Her addioss was interspersed with
many laughable allusions to cow
culture. The chairman then intro
duced tho charming singor from
Pauoa, Miss Rhodes, who favored
the audionco with a delightful vocal
solo. Two joungmaids wero then
arrayed against each other iu a dis
cussion on the cow. Both wero in
terrupted by tho chairman, who as
siued tliom that thoy gave ovidonco
of being well up in cow culture, and
politely lequested thorn to cut it
shoit. Tho seeiotary, Miss Lovvrie,
called t lie loll, a conglomeration ol
outlandish names, when a boy witli
a message fiom Mrs. Cleveland en
teiod. The first lady of the Union
opiessed her legiet at- not being
able to bo piesont at tho conven
tion, and invited thoni to hold tho
next assembly in Washington. An
other messairo was received from
Clans Sprockets contributing $1000
to the milkmaids' tieasury, and later
another dialt was lecoived from tho
same souice. Tho audionco wore
not permitted to feast their eyes on
the boodle, the maids wero so jubi
lant ovor tlio donation that 30 was
lavished in the purchase of caramels
and peanuts. While the maids vveio
ciuiiching tho indigestible peanuts
Miss Debbie Lyle sang a solo very
nicely, accompanied by hor sister on
The election of ollicors resulted in
the le-election of tho old officers,
with the exception of the president,
who voted for herself, by acclama
tion. Miss Dexter presented the addioss
of welcome, in which she stated that
never before in this beautiful para
dise nail tne suoject oi "cow cui
tuie" been cultivated. She advised
her fellow milkmaids to continue
theii good work against intemper
ance, so that they may live in thiift
and peace and love, and their coun
try piosper as the land of tho free
and the homo of tho bravo, and not
land ol tho spree and homo of tho
Miss Paly responded satirically,
saving that tho addioss savoied of
cieam and water.
Mrs. Jones' take-off of the Dutch
maul was the event of tho ovouing,
ami created loars of laughter.
Some of the puns got off by the
dear creatures vveie original, but
they vveie articulated so faintly that
some ot them vveie lost to tho audi
ence. The evening's entortainniont
biokoupon Miss Biich Fanniug's
tiotling in her Jer.-oy cow.
Tho Y's entertainment through
out was unique and successful, and
tho only regiet is that thoj- didn't
"milk" a few more half-dollars. As
it was, how ovor, tho Sims' sum of
5S1.2." was realized, showing that
tlio milk was faiily well watered.
A Japanese Answers the Star.
ElJITOH Bt'LLLTIN :
3n regard to tho expulsion of tho
Japanese murderer from refuge on
the Xaniwa, tho Star of yesterday
evening sneered like a fiend at the
Japano-o marines who brought tho
pusoner ashore. Wero tho Japanese
evidently disappointed that tho
murderer had not an opportunity to
run tho gauntlet? Wero thoy not
particulaily desiious of having their
eountiynian apprehended? Do they
not have sense enough to see it dan
gerous to set such a criminal at
Now, Mr. Editor, the reason why
tho man was detained on the vessel,
despite tho earnest request of the P.
G. to deliver tlio man up to its
authority, was nothing but a matter
of piinciple. Either tho Consul or
the captain of the Xanivva ltad no
authoiity to deal with the man but
to retain him on board tho vessel
and ask foi instructions from Tokio.
As soon as, therefore, tho Consul
was in receipt of instructions to ex
pel him fiom tho vessel, lie not only
did so but was courteous enough,
helping tho P. G. that tlio man
might come into their hands with
out fail. Unless tho ollicial was par
ticularly desirous of having their
countryman apprehended, ho would
never have taken stioli stops but sot
the man tieo somewhere with little
trouble, no instructions being recoiv
ed to hand him ovor to tlio P. G.
ollicials. Well, then is there any
reason for the Star to sneer at the
.Japanese ollicials or marines? Un
leis tho P. G. machine is a littlo
more careful to lefrain from unvvar
Kintnblo expressions, 1 am afraid tho
long intiinno.v existing between the
two couutiio-, ever since 1871 would
bo suro (hereby to be destroyed
sooner or later. S. Sedany.
Trusts and Combinations
Are unpopular. Hut there is ono
loimof trust against which no ono
has anything to say. That is tho
triiHt which tho public reposes iu
J food's Samaparilla, and the best of
it is tho triiHt is fully justified by
the merit of the medicine. For, re
member, ilood'.s Sarriiiparilla Chios.
flood's fills are purely vegetable,
and do not purge, pain or gripe,
Sold by all druggists.
Jtoouis to let with board at Iltuii
Sunburn rolioved nt oncu by Ou
uumbur Tonic. lioiiKou, Smith & Co.,
Proceedings at Special Term of Su
K. Lope and husband vs. M. Soy
Y'ong ot al, specific performance; ap
peal from decieo dismissing tho bill.
Castlo for plaintiffs-appellants; Ma
goon and Davidson for defendants.
Argued and .submitted on Thuisday.
Emily do Uuihlnj vs. Samuel Xor
ris, assumpsit; questions leseived by
Bickorton, J. Neumann and Thurs
ton for plaintiff; Hart well and Hatch
for defendant. Aiguineut in this
ease was resumed this afternoon
from the mornimr session. Mr. Jlait-
well was urging the point that
"courts of record" in our statutes
meant Hawaiian courts and no other.
Another construction ho held would
introduce gieat confusion. Ciiouit
Judge Whiting is sitting in place of
Judge Frear, who was of counsel in
the case below.
Mr. Henry Smith, Clerk of the
Judiciary Dopartnient, is at work
preparing the calendar for the May
term of tho First Circuit Couit.
A comfortable cottage, well
nished, is wanted on tho plains,
dross "F.," Bulletin office.
Mr. Lorenzo F. Sleeper is very
well known to the citizens of Apple
toti, Me., and neighborhood. He
says: " F.iglit years ago I was taken
" sick, and suffered as no one but a
" dyspeptic can. I then began tak
" ing August Flower. At that time
" I was a great sufferer. Every
" thing I ate distressed me so that I
"had to tlirow it up. men in a
" few moments that horrid distress
" would come on and I would have
to eat and suffer
"again. I took a
"little of your med
" icine, and felt much
"better, and after
" taking a little more
' ' August Flower my
peared, and since that time I
" have never had the first sign of it.
"lean cat anything without the
"least fear of distress I wish all
" that arc afflicted with that terrible
" disease or the troubles caused by
"it would try August Flower, as I
" am satisfied there is no medicine
"equal to it." &
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Evening Furniture Sale
THIS EVENING, APRIL 21st,
AT 7: SO O'CLOCK,
I will sell at Public Auction, at PIKE
POIilCH HAM. (Pishel's Block), corner
Port and Hotel stieets, the Kntire l'limi
turo of the l.ito File Police Company,
3 Xjarge Lieather
1 Mmlile-toii Hostrum,
2 Olilce Desks,
00 lion Hod Douglas Chairs,
CLNTKR and SOFA RUGS,
2 Handsome Electroliers,
Hound Tables, Pictures, Cloi Ks,
Table Covers, Step Ladder, Kti, Ktc.
f TIHIMS CASH!
Sons St. George
At their Hall, Foit Street,
MONDAY EVENING, April 24tu,
.A.T S O'CLOCK,
Onlv a limited number of TicUetn.
m that the comfort of gnosis i.s ahsuied.
Tickets, - 1
To Admit Gentleman and Lady
tm To bo had at the ClOLDUK HULK
IUKO TO NOTirY MY CUSTOM KHS
null tho public geuuially, Hint can bo
comiimulctttLd with bv Mutual Telephone
Mr. H. Lose will continue to collect for
inu. J. V. Mt DONALD,
Pioprletor City Shoeing Shop,
O'U 2 Fort wtruet above Hotel win ut.
KPIH'IAL MKHl'INO OF TUB
Stockholder of tlio Wniolilnu Ami-
cultnial A-Uralntr Co. uill be held nt the
Olilce of Messrs. V. (I. Irwin A. Co,, Hono
lulu, on VI:XI:hDAY, Moj IS, Ib'W.ut
II O'clock . M,
C. J. I AUK HA,
70'l,Jt-17 1t Secretary.
AND ALL l'i:tthUNK FOUND
riding, driving or otherwise ties pa as-
mi tint Kiinloiaii! ran; mice MraeK.
) ion t tlio uiccssarv neriult, will be nro-
M-cuiud. c. o. iu:it(ii:it,
Fine Job Printinj ut the Bulletin OJjke.
By JaB. F. Morgan.
Valuable -:- Residence
On SATURDAY, April 22nd,
AT 12 O'OLOOK NOON,
1 v 111 cll nt Public Auction, nt my Sales
On Berotania Stroot,
Uotvvccn Riclinrds and Punchbowl streets,
formerly occupied by Mr. J. W.
Tlio Lot 1ms n froutnRO at (i"Y, foot on
Horctanla street, 10') frot deep anil t!Si foot
on tlio Barracks lot. There is a
Very Convenient Cottage
On tlio Promises, lately put in Thorough
The House coutnins 3 liedrooms, Parlor,
Dininc-room, Kitchen, Pantry ami Bath
Room with Patent Closet.
The Gionnil" aro nicely laid out with
Ornamental Shrubs and Fruit Trees and
oilers a line opportunity to seeuie a Valu
W l''or further particular apply to
Jas. F. IMIorgELXi,
70 5-5t AUG HONKER.
Mortgagee's Notico of Intention
Foreclose and of Sale.
"VrOTIUli IS HKKKBY GIVEN THAT,
Li in pursuance of a Power of Sale con
tained in a certain Indenture of Jlortuage
executed Seutembor 5th. 1892. bv William
('. Aclii and Isabella A. Achi, his wife, of
Honolulu, to Charles It. Bishop and Sam
uel Si. Damon, partners under the firm
name of Bishop & Company, of said Hono
lulu, and recorded in Liber 13!) at pages 2Wi
to '270, tho .--aid mortgagees intend to fore
close the -.aid mortgage, for condition
liiokcn, to wit: the non-payment of tho
piineip.il and interest secured thereby
v hen due. And notice is hereby further
given that, upon such foreclosure (and un
less saul mortgige shall have been sooner
paid), it is the intention of said mortgagees
to sell the property therein and thereby
described and mortgaged, at Public Auc
tion, at the auction rooms of .Tames F.
Morgan, in said Honolulu, on SAT UK-
BAY, the '20th day of May, 18UJ, at
o ciock noon.
W For further particulars apply to C.
W. Ashford, Attorney for Mortgagees
Merchant street, Honolulu.
BISIIOP & CO., Mortgagees.
tiik rnori.MY to nt boi.i is as ioixovh:
1 All that certain tract of land contain
ing 30-100 acres at Kalawahiue, Honolulu,
aforesaid, conveyed to me by Bishop it
Company, by died lecorded in the Hawai
ian Itigistry of Convejances in Book 112,
'.'All that tract of land containing 120
acres at Kealakomo, Puna, Hawaii, con
vojed to mo by Wailehu.i and wife, by
deid recorded in Hook IU, page 2dl, and
being part of Itojal Patent Grant 2b!Ki to
Kenauiil.ini ct al.
,i All thnttroetof land containing 110.74
acres at Mnnawai, Molokai, convoyed to
me by Hoopii Oiepau, by deed recorded in
liook' 118, page 15S, and being part of L. O.
A. 1000 to Hoonaulu.
4 All that tract of land containing 4.20
acres at South Kona, Hawaii, conveyed to
me by J). W. Kealalama, by deed recorded
in Book 12S, page 201, and being tho land
described m Koyal Patent 55H, L. C. A.
.1744 to Kaelemaknle.
5 All that tract of land containing 27.500
square feet at Kapalama, Honolulu, afoie
said, conveyed to me by Lau Chong, by
deed recorded in Book , page , and
being part of Hojal Patent 401, L. C. A.
tvSOo to Kanoa.
tl All that tract of land 150 by 150 feet,
being Lot 32 J, Block (!, at Pearl City, Evva,
Oaliu, conveyed to me by Oahu Kailway A.
Land Company, by deed recorded in Book
127, page liiH.
7 One hbaiein Holu.iloa, 1 and 2 North
Ivoua, Hawaii, transferred to me and .1. K.
Nahafe by Kaoiwi by deed recorded in
Book 127, page 421.
8 All those landsionveyed to me by Ke
aloha Kalua, by deid recorded in Book
130, page 100, and being a one-half interest
in the land containing t.iO acres described
in Kovnl Patent 5470, L. 0. A. 740(1 to Hi
Kaualoha at Kauanui 2, North Kona,
Hawaii, and all that land containing 40
acres described in Hoj.il Patent Orant 1597
to Kalua at Kawanui I, North Kona afore
said. !) All that tract of land containing 00-100
aero at Kalihi, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
veyed to me by S. Kaaiai, by deed recorded
in hook , pago-io'j.
11 AH that tract of land contains 30-100
acre at Kalihi, aforesaid, conveyed to me
by Homo, by deed recorded in Book 00,
11 Lots G and 11 at Kapalama, aforesaid,
being part of the land conveyed to nio by
P. Kanoa by deed lecorded in Book 1)1,
page ,)53. anil being part of Hoyal Patent
101, L. U A. 8.J05 to Kanoa.
12 All of that tract of land containing
702 fathoms at Kcavvanui, Molokai, con
voyed to mo by Kaui Kauene, by deed ro
eoidcd in Book 02, pago 202, and being the
land described in Hoyal Patent 7081, X. 0.
A. 182 J to Kaailopo.
13 That certain lot on the Kwa side of
my new homestead ut Kupulamu aforesaid,
onvev ed to mo by Lau Onong, by deed re
eoided in Book 13J, page 12.
14 All that land lonveved to me by J.
Malm by deed recorded in Book 115, page
8:?, being part of Hoyal Patent Grant 28'H.
15 All that land containing 1K-100 acre
at KuJavvahine, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
vex ed to mo bv Bila Kawua, bv deed le
corded in Book 107, page 125,
10 All those lands convoyed to me by
Chung Waa bj deed recorded iu Book 111,
pago 212, being Apana 13 and 13A, each
containing US-HKJ acre, more particularly
described in Partition Deid recorded in
Book 110, page 3')5,
17 All thoso lands conveyed to mo by 0.
M. Hjdo and wife, by died recorded in
Book 110, pugo 32i, being Apulia 11 and
11 A, eacli containing 08-100 ucre, more par
licitlailv desurlbid iu said Partition Heed.
18 That certain lease of land containing
15,400 Miuuro fiet at Kapalama afoiesaid,
p irt of itoyal Patent 401 to Kanoa, for 10
ve.us fiom January 1, 1801, mado to me by
Lau Chong i ml lecorded in Book 128, page
ill One bugg), ono express, ono bay
horse, four carts, four harnesses, and four
horses used In my cartage business; one
half interest iu r. K. Kaai it Company, ull
ollico furnltuie iu my olllco No. 30, .Mer
chant Htuct, Honolulu, aforesaid, also 110
shares of stock iu tho Hicliirocity Sugar
Company, 30 shines in tho Kona Colleo A:
Fruit Company, 5 sharos iu the Kwa Plan
tation Company, 70.!-Kit
rpHK UNlr,H8IONKD HAVING BIHIN
A. this day unpointed Guardian of Mr.
Hubecca Paneu lluiiieku, formerly ltebeceu
l'aneo l'liiiku, a spendthrift, bv order of the
Honorable VV. A. Whiting, l-'lrst Judge of
the Circuit Court. First Circuit, tiled and
made this da , nil persons aro hereby unti
tled not to give her credit, as tho under
signed will not pay any bills contracted
.1, ALFUKD MAGOON,
Guardian ltebeceu Punee llumoku.
Dated Honolulu, April II, IbUi.
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'a
Saturday, April 15, 1S08.
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 arraneements 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
rooi ol 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
and make one of the most
dangerous parachute jumps
ever attempted in this, or any
other country. During the
journey upward he will
tribute advertisements of
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
bears repetition. It has proven
one of our best attractions to
the buying 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
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite BpmikuU' Jtlouk,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Port So
S IF IE O
By tlie S. S. "Australia
I WILL .RECEIVE A LARGE STOCK OP '
Dry & Fancy Goods
"WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
RECENT JiJEUEi,TVJL- "TACORA1
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
Hoi-lit: llmlmi Iiiino, l'owull Dullijn Largo Steam Coal.
ANfll.O CONTIXKNTAIi UUAXO WOMCS OO.'S
Guano " Ooncentrado "
Olilemlorff's Special Cane Manure, Ohlondorll's Dissolved Peruvian Guauo.
Steel :R,a.ils, 14, IS, 1S&SO llos.;
HOLTS, NUTS and FISH PLATES TO SUIT.
HAflfc Itiw, Coal nml Pudilv;
WIKI3 li.il.iniud, YnuiMiud, lilni'k and Galvanised I3ailul;
GARDEN FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
-A-noliors stri-cL GlieiirLS
Yellow Met.il Slicatliinj?, Coal T.u, lion Tank-, 100 gallon;
Plain anil Comigated Galvanized lion.
Square and Areli Kiro liucUs, Down Pine,
rSuttciing, i,nare and O. G. 4J to fain.;
Ridging, GitHanit'd Watei Pip", fiom Y to 'Jin.;
blieet Lead. Sheet Ziifi'.
Higgln's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt
LlVKliPOOL COAllhi: SALT, UJlli bag
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
lti:i)i:0()M SCTb IN MAPLL, WALNUT and ASH,
scotch onr.srs oi-' Du.vwnits.
WHITISH Di:SKS IN KOSLWOOl) and MAHOGANY,
CORNLI! and HALL CHAIRS, CARD TAULLS, ICtc, Ete.
French Iroia Bec3.stea.cis !
ZFLAJIlsrTS ELXid OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OF SADDLERY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Staffs Always on Hand
20 lbs. W
A dainty new book, Tit iaby, by
best authorities on baby life, fue iu
inothtr who sends liei address
THOMAS I.HIiMIMl & COMPANY,
73 Vorren St., Ncu York.
HOLLISTER, & CO.,
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Honolulu, H. I.
JCSt2' You aro respect-
Your doctor full3r requested lo nil at
will tell you Our Store and get a hek
It is the SaMIM-K of the
Pure Milk Food!
And requires only the addi
tion ol' "Water to pre
pare it lor use.
Large Packages 50 Cts,
- - - Honolulu, H. I,