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'SPTJ t"rr: Tsn-T Wyr"ffyf T4l"gw "HH-
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SALE OF LEASE
Of Grovornrnont Lauds in Hualua 1
and 2, Kohtila, Hawaii.
On TUESDAY, May 111, 1MB, nt VJ
o'clock noon, nt the front entranee of Alli
ol ini Halo, will bo sold at Pulilii Auction,
tl o Lease of thu following Tract" id Ouv
o: anient Innd in llimlua t nd J, Kohiilu,
I'rnut No. 1 Containing an aim of lin
0- .0 Acres. Upet price if'J.oO per iiimc.
i'ract No. '2 Containing mi uron of 7U
"10 Act 09. Upset pi iirc tf J.J3 per aero.
Tract No. 3 Containing an aid of HIT
0 ID Acres. Uput juice .0c. pc ncrc.
IVnn I.eaio for lflyenis. limit piijalile
sf inl-aniiually In advauee.
.1. A.. KINO,
MiuNter of tin Intel ior.
Interior Ollicc, April 11, l&U.
IE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged lo neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, AIVRIL 23, 1S93.
Guatemala is in straits for labor
to pick its coffee crop, part of which
may bo lost in consequence. Lato
news from thoro says an effort will
bo made to introduce Chinese coolies
from California and China to the
number of 3000.
Agents of tho Board of Health
are authorized to furnish deodoriz
ors to anybody wanting them. Those
chemicals aro not to destroy filth
nor its capacity for breeding disease,
but to neutralize tho noxious results
from residue left aftor tho cleansing
of foul places with proper appli
ances. It has transpired, as previously
hinted iu this paper, that the lottery
bill received its strongest oncourago
mont from people who afterward
were foremost in dethroning the
Queen because, as one of tho princi
pal reasons, she signed tho lottory
bill! Is such hypocrisy to bo ouo of
tho fundamental principles of that
"good government'' about which tho
same people are so loudly prating?
"Now York city has begun in earn
est tho work of purifying its water
supply at tho sourco by burning
filthy dwellings, barns, pig-sties,
etc., along tho head-waters of the
Croton river." Perhaps the Hawai
ian Board of Health can find a good
deal of similar work, in thu lino of
precautions against pestilence, by
en inspection of the sources of
Honolulu's water supply.
Mrs. Dofrios desires a correction
of the statement in this paper that
.Mr. Henry "Waterhom-o canvassed
ier husband to join tho Annexation
' Jlub, or that Mr. Waterhouse had
.1113'thing to do with his dismissal
.'rom Government employ. She says
.t was herself and not Mr. Dofries
vho had the conversation with Mr.
Vaterhouse about his joining the
rganizatiou. We should be glad to
mow that Mr. Waterhouse had
lothing to do with the discreditable
tctiou of turning adrift a faithful
public servant, simply because ho
itood by his principles of having
nothing to do with active partisan
AN tTNANSWEBED CHALLENGE.
It was remarked by this journal
that it was strange no scandal had
boen discovered amongst tho effects
of tho lato government, overthrown
as it was partly on tho pretext that
it was too corrupt to bo lot live.
One of tho subsidizod organs re
torted with some mouldy excerpts
from what is now ancient history,
relating to a period all the accounts
of which have long since been fully
ventilated. This paper's roforouce
was to a time whose records have
for tho past three months been ex
posed to tho keenest noses for scan
dal without anything of that uaturo
being discovered. Our challenge is
therefore still unaccepted. In theso
three months of tho "now era" tho
opening of a gilded ago of "good
government" public decency has
been shocked by two bald thefts of
Government property, right under
the eyes of its self-appointed cus
todians, aud tho Government does
not give tho public tho satisfaction
of oven fixing tho responsibility
where it belongs. All that tho pub
lie is vouchsafed in tho matter is a
cowardly insinuation that the thefts
wore committed by royalists. Not a
particle of evidence is afforded in
support of this insinuation. Even if
it were proved true, however, does
that clear tho ollicials in charge of
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Are thoy not paid to protect public
property from all kinds of thieves
regardless of the thieves' politics? it
is strange, wo repeat, that our re
cent history should furnish glaring
public scandals only when all'airs
huvo boon conduuted by the chum
pious of "good government." Ju tho
past live or six years, while public
property was fetolou from publia
buildings on snvoral occasions, tho
vrimos wore comuiiitiMi oitlior boforo
or after, but inner within tho tiino
whou "corruption" is alleged by tho
apologists of tho lato revolution to
have hold sway in tho government.
In ovorv cum the robborv was oll'oet- I t thy Uoverittnent Imiltlinir was bo- I tallied in ccrtnin Indenture, of aior coro
I l ! .1 .1 mi I ill it -lvm1 llim-ll ii n oinirln o( nit CXl'CUtcd SoptOlllbor otll, l8!l2, 1)V Willinill
ed wlnle the properly despoiled was. "!? V, l i .? S1"f , r : ' U-hl ami Isabella A. Aclil his wife, of
under the immediate eharm. of of !l? VS'1.1;1'",001! '!,,tll,V lll(11V('tu"1 ! Honolulu, to Charle- It. Ui-hop and Sinn
limit mo imim.ui.uo uiarge ot o'- Chief t'leik John A. lliisiingor or I mil M. Damon, pintners under the llrm
lieiais appomteil to olhuo for the , tho Interior Deparliiinnt The I iiniiwor Blshop.t loniimny.of niil Hono
parl they had taken in revolution? I loaves of this shrub have boon oaton '""V!!.1" !;'V!;1",,,!
o-uo istbly for the very convenient
caie-e of "good government."
w w .i i.ii Maaw.
Items of Interest.
Steamship agents report that (In
a ec i -toiiieil rush of Americans U
I'.ur.ipo lias not set in about tin
time of year, as is usual. Cholor,
tlieio and tho World's Fairhoro ma'
pioxeut it altogether. A. Y. Herald
ll is osthnalud that 10.000,00'
will bo expended in now buildings ii
BulValo during tho year 1803. Tin
prospect of soon utilizing the grea
power of Niagara is booming Bui
Kev. R. V. Hunter says that h
has corresponded with thirty roli
gious papers, and that they wouli
favor a boycott of tho World's Fai
if tho gates should bo opened o:i
It is said tho amount, paid in divi
dends by tho Carnegie Stool Com
paiiy for 1802 was reduced from
S",0J0,000. paid tho previous year, to
1,000,000. owing to tho Homestead
strike and other troubles.
During tho last eight mouths the
total number of European immi
grants landed in tho United States
was 21,l)2S, against 30i),-184 in tho
corresponding period of the previous
year a decline of nearly 100,000.
Some idea of tho vast army of
unemployed persons in Now York
may bo gleaned from the fact that
an advertisement for five waiters iu
a Brooklyn restaurant was respond
ed to by over 500 applicants.
Tho Frouch-Canadians contiiiuo
coining over the border in groat
multitudes. Thoro aro nearly as
many of them and their descendants
in tho United States as there aro in
tho French Province of Quebec.
Experience, in the application of
elect ricilv to condemned piisoncrs in
New York has removed all features
disagreeable to observers and reduced
the required contact to a bingle one
of exactly one minute.
Bravo in Safety.
It seems almost impossible for tho
Advertiser to live two short days
without showing tho cloven foot of
deception. In its long labored edi
torial this morning on tho subject of
annexation it says: "Are those who
risked life and property and all they
held dear lat January ready to give
up annexation for such a prospect t"
Even- little school girl iu the coun
try knows that thoe bold spirits be
hind and in fiont of the Advertiser,
would never have been born without
the careful attendance and nursing
of Uncle Sam's troops. Further
more, was there the amount of
money in Honolulu lat Jauuaiy
that could have hired tho editor of
the Advert i-er to play tho boM
"-ojer boy," as ho did about th. t
time, if Uncle Sam's boys were n t
at elo-e call? The fact is, they we e
all heroes last .January and slo) t
soi.mlly and enjoyed their has i,
knowing themselves to bo perfect y
safi under tho protecting care of
Uncle Sam's fatherly protection.
NEW MARINE WONDER.
An Engine to Drive a Vessel Thirt, '
five Miles an Hour.
New Yohk, April 10. This mor i
ing tho members of tho Maritin o
Exchange listened to a descriptii n
of tho new marine engine, wide i,
the inventor says, will enable a ves
sel to make the trip from New Yoik
to CJueeiiatowu in three days and ten
hours. An old man, Georgo Sheffield,
proposed tho plan. He said tho en
gine was not problematical, but au
accomplished fact, and could pro
pel a vessel of 5000 tons at tho rate
of thirty-live miles an hour. Sugar
aud chlorate of potash furnish the
motive power. Sholhold said a
small boat was being built in which
an engine would bo placed aud a
trial mado in East river tho lattor
part of May.
African Slave Trade.
London, April 10. Henr M. Stan
ley has written to the Peace Associ
ation a letter in which he attributes
tho increase of trade in 1892 at Afri
can ports under Gorman administra
tion to a growing practice, among
tho Gorman merchants, of import
ing into Africa small arms anil am
munition. Those, ho says, aro sold
to tho slavo-tradors and do inestim
able damage. Stanley inculpates,
also, tho Portuguese. Ho appeals
to European nations to suppress the
traffic in arms. Unless this stop is
taken, ho adds, all efforts to stop
tho slave trade will bo in vain.
The Sultan's Tyranny.
Constantinople, April 10. The
condition of alburn iu Armenia is be
coming nioio serious daily. Constant
arrests of Armenians aro reported iu
privato hitters, it is estimated that
between 1800 and 2000 Christians
are now iu Turkish dungeons. Tho
recent announcement that tho Sul
tan had proclaimed tho general par
don of Armenian prisoners is mure
humbug. (July a few will bo
i lew will Do ro-
lcitcd and I hoy only because no ovi-
deneo whatever of the protended
connection with sedition could bo
I ho advertising of Hood s bar a-
imrilln minimis to tliuhobnr. comui in
Miiisoor t linking )cople, becausi it
,,i , " .,. ,.'.... fniii. u.l.
is trim; u ml it is always iiilh hi l-
Minn niii'ii iij uiiiiuinuiiiiiiiin union in
tlio liiiiiiioiiil world would du .c-nipti-d
without a iiioinniil'ri hu.si a
tiwn, Thoy toll tho Hlory lloo 4's
Foliage on Public Groundu Dovnut
atod by Sundry Hugs and mights.
An ornamental shrub that had
waxed great at the noilheast eoruor
awav nearly all except tho ribs bv a
brownish bug that comes out of tho
ground at night and returns thither
for tho day. What is left after its
trimming will bo treated with a
chemical spray that the Bureau of
forestry has on band for such pur
pose. Close by a largo algaroba tree,
whose branches reach out to scratch
the Opera House, has an appearance
as if swept by lire. It is believed
not to bo all'ected by tho ground
bug already mentioned, but by a
more minute post of (ho aphis tribe,
that produces what is called scale
blight, lion. J. xV. King, Minister
of tho Interior, who paused to see
tho trimming operation mentioned,
said tho trees in the Palace j'arcl
wore generally affected with blights.
Much damage has been douo by the
earth-burrowing bug, Mr. Hassingor
says, to grapo vinos and roso bushes
throughout tho city. Ho also says
that tho appointment of a Commis
sioner of Agriculture has boon mado
nono too oarly. Mr. Joseph Mars
don, tho Commissioner in question,
is engaged in an active campaign
against plant and treo blights and
posts. Those who discovor any
thing of tho kind among tho growths
on their grounds ought to notify
tho Commissioner without delay, as
the spread of these noxious para
sites is sure aud rapid wherever they
got a start.
Senator Morgan, one of the Behring
Sea arbitrators, speaking of Judge
Hicks' decision that no employee of a
railway company bus a right to strike,
because it interferes with public busi
ness, says: "Judge Kicks attempts to
make a l,iw of bis own. I do not be
lieve that his decision will stand. A
special Act of Congress would bo re
quired to make so sweeping u decision
Tfnr rbildrcn n merll.
A Cough c;nc. should be abso-
nrA -.., lulely reliable. A
and Croup . ., , . .
mother must be able to
Medicine, pin her faith to it as to
her Bible. It must
contain nothing violent, uncertain,
or dangerous. It must be standard
in matetial and manufacture. It
must be plain and simple to admin
ister; easy and pleasant to take.
The child 'must like it. It must be
prompt in action, giving immedi
ate, relief, as childicns' troubles
come quick, grow fast, and end
fatally or otherwise in a very short
time. It must not only relieve quick
but bring them around quick, as
children chafe and fret aud spoil
their constitutions under long con
finement. It must do its work in
moderate doses. A large quantity
of medicine in & child is not desira
ble. It must not interfere with the
child's spirits, appetite or general
health. These things suit old as
well as young folks, and make Bo
schee's Gciimiu Syrup the favorite
familv mi, "inc. 0'
By Lewis J. Levey.
Household -:- Furniture
On THURSDAY, April 27th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my Resi
dence, corner of Heretania und Alapai
streets, tho Whole of my Household Fur
niture, etc., consisting of
B. W. Marbletop Bedroom Set,
Spring Matti ess, B. W. Wardrobe and
Cbeilbnier, 11. W. Hat Stand, Marble
top Center Tables, Lace Curtains,
B. W. Upholstered Parlor Set,
Poles and Cornices, Pictures, Lamps,
Chandeliers, Largo nnd Small Bugs,
Bound and Unbound Books,
Chickering Square Pianoforte,
B. W. Sideboard, Extension B. W. Pil
lar Dining Tuble nnd Chairs, Uphol
stered Bed Lounge, Child's Iron Cot,
Sleat Safe. Handsome Decorated Din
ner Set, KM pieces; Crockery nnd (ihibs
ware, "Westwood" Cooking Stove and Utensils,
(Inrdon Hose it Tools, Etc., Etc.
tW The House will bo opened for in
spection on Wednesday, from 1 to 3 p, m.
I.ie'wis J. Levey,
OOTTAUK ON LIL
street. Apply to
Central Aleut .Market.
SPECIAL AIKKTINO OF THK
Stockholders of the Wiiioliimi Agri
cultural .V Grazing Co. will be held at the
Ollice of Alcssrs. W. (I. Irwin it Co., Hono
lulu, on WEDNESDAY, .May 3, lb'U, nt
11 o'clock , M,
C. P. lAL'KEA,
70i)2t-17 1t bcureiury.
rpliK UNDERSIGNED HAVING I1EEX
L this diiv appointed Giiurdiiiii of Airs. '
I...I... l(...t.... ll I-., t.. ....... l.. !..!. ........
. Honorable V. A. Whltlni:. t'ii'M .Indue of '
the Ciiciilt Coiul, VA I iu-uil, llled uu.l i
nun o tils i a., all permliMiro hereby noil-
nLi not to givo hbr orcdii, a the under-
nigiieu will not pay liny niiiH cotiiruoii'ii
.1. Al.l'IMlll MAllOO.N,
CliiuriUau Ruhci'ca I'.uii'u llumuku,
Dated Honolulu, A). ill 11, lb'j.1,
By Job. F. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
ATOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
XT in pursuance ol a rower oi onie. coir
cloo tho siiid mortgage, for condition
broken, to wit: the non-payment of tho
principal and inteiest ei'iiied thereby
when due. And noiice is hereby further
given that, upon such foreclosure (and un-lc-i
said iiiurtiniiui "li.ill have been sooner
mid), it Is tho intention of said mortgagees
DAY, the i!0tli dn of tiy( 1!, nt 12
fW-Kor further pirtlciilnrs apply to C.
W. Ashford, Attorney for Mortgagees,
Merchant street, Honolulu.
UlSHOl' CO., Mortgagees.
THK l'llOl'lillTV TO 111. Plir.ll IS A8 FOLLOWS!
1 All that certain tract of land contain
ing :!0-100 acies at Knlawahlnc, Honolulu,
uforcsald, convoyed to mo by Bishop it
Company, by dee'd iccimled In the Hawai
ian lleglstry of Conveyances in Book 112,
pago IHli. . .
a All that tract of land containing 120
acres at Kcaliikonin, Tuna, Hawaii, con
voyed to mo bv Wiillclma nnd wife, by
deed recorded In Ilook 113, page 281, and
being part of lloytil lHUcnt Grunt 'J03 to
Kunaaulani et nl.
3 All that tract of land containing 110.74
acres at Mumiwui, Slolokai, conveyed to
me by Hoopii Olcpau, by deed recorded in
Book 118, page liV, and being part of I. 0.
a All that tract of land containing 4.20
acres ot South Kona. Hawaii, convoyed to
mo by 1). V. Kcalalalna, by deed recorded
in Book 125, page 2(51, and being tho land
described m itoyol Patent 5oV3, L. U. A.
5744 to Kaelemakule.
5 All that tract of land containing 27.500
square feet at Kapalaum, Honolulu, afore
said, conveyed to me by Lau Chong, by
deed recorded hi Book , pago , and
being part of Hoyal Patent 401, L. C. A.
8305 to Kunoa.
(i All that tract of land 150 by 150 feet,
being Lot 321, Block 0, at Pearl City, Ewa,
Oahu, conveyed to mo by Oalin Kailway &
Land Companv, by deed recorded In Book
127, page 2.
7 Ono shaiein Holualoa, 1 and 2 North
Kona, Hawaii, transferred to mo and .1. K.
Nalialo by Kaoiwi by deed recorded In
Book 127, page 421. t
8 All those laiufo conveyed to mo by Ke
aloha Kalua, by deed recorded in Jtook
130, page 100, and being a one-half interest
in the hind containing 130 acres described
in lloyal Patent 5470, L. C. A. 74011 to 111
Kauuinha at Kawanui 2, North Kona,
Hawaii, aud .t.l that land contniniiit; 10
acres described in Itoyal Patent Grunt 1507
iu xiiuuu ill Jvuwiinui l, -urui ivunu uioru-
9 All that tract of land containing 00-100
aero at Kalilii, Honolulu, uforusuiil, con
veyed to me by S. Kaaiui, by deed recorded
in Book S7, page 4(!0.
11 All that tract of land containg 30-100
aero at Kalilii. aforesaid, convoyed to me
by Koino, by deed recorded in Book 00,
11 Lots 0 nnd 11 at Kapalamu, aforesaid,
being part of the land conveyed to mo by
P. Kunoa by deed recorded in Book 01,
page ."!.):, anil being p.irt of Itoyal Patent
401, L. C iV. sJOo to Kunoa.
12 All of that truut of land containing
702 fathoms at Keuwunui, Molokui, con
voyed to mo by Kuui Kunene, bv deed re
corded iu ItooK 1).', page 202, and "being the
hind ilc-oribed in Itoyal Patent 7081, L. O.
A. s2.t to Kaailepo.
13 That certain lot on the Ewa side of
my new himiestead at Ktipalumu aforesaid,
co'nvoj ed to me by Lau Chong, by deed re
corded in HooU 13), page 12.
11 All that land conveyed to me by J.
Muhubydeed recorded in Book 115, page
f-, being pattof Itoyal Patent Grunt 2!0.S.
in Y!i in it iiiiiu containing 10-iuu acre
at Kulawiihine, Honolulu, aforoaid, con
veyed to me by ilila Ivawaa, by deed re
coided in Book 107, page 125.
10 All thoo lands conveyed to me by
Chung W'aa by deed rceoided in Book 111,
page 212, being Apana 13 and 13A, each
containing 0S-HK) acre, more particularly
described iu Partition Deed recorded in
Book 110, page 393.
17 All those lands conveyed to mo bv C.
M. Hyde and wife, by deed recorded in
Book '119, page 321, being Apana 11 and
UA, each containing 0S-1U0 acre, more par
ticularly dcM-iibcd in said Partition Heed.
IS That certain lease of land containing
15,100 s-riunie feet at Kapalamu aforesaid,
part of Itoyal Patent 101 to Kanoa, for 10
vears from January 1, 1801, made to nie by
ban Chong end recorded in Book 128, pago
19 Ono buggy, ono express, ono bay
horse, four carts, four harnesses, nnd four
horses used in my cartage business; one
half interest in S. K Kaai & Company, all
ollice furniture in my ollice No. 30, Mer
chant btreet, Honolulu, aforesaid, also 110
shares of stock In tho lieeiproeity Sugar
Company, 30 shares in the Kona Collee &,
Fruit Company, 5 shares in tho Kwa Plan
tation Company. 703-15t
A.FX?JXj 36, 1893.
1819-74th I.O.O.F. ANNIYERSARY-1893
rpHE MEMBERS OF EXCELSIOR
JL Lodge, No. 1, Harmony Lodge, No. 3,
Pacillc Rebeknh Lodge, No. 1, and visiting
members und their families ure cordially
invited to attend tho Anniversary Celebra
tion to be hold at Harmony Hall, King
street, on WEDNESDAY EVENING;
April 20, 1893, at 7:30 o'clock.
1 Family Carriage Horse, emtie
1 Phaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
R. I. LILLIE,
nt T. H. Davies it Co.'s.
For San Francisco
Will mil for ahovo port on or ahout
Thursday Next, 27th inst.
Iff For I'lishagu, having Superior Ac
coiiiinoilalion. apply to
70!Wt Til EO. II. DAVI ES .t CO.
PAYMENT HAH JIKUN STOPPED OK
J IIUIioii ,v Co.'h Curtlllmitu No. ".WIT
J IIUIhiii ,V Co.'h Cui
lo Mary W, Ciimk, dfttei
for $:i. Thu public, uro v
m April 10th hut.,
wurntid against Ita
W. U. URUOK.
Honolulu, A)iU 17, ltflU,
to (.i WI0 proportv lllCiein mm uiuiuuy
du-cribcil and inortgigcd, at Vitblio Auc
tion, at the miction rooms of .Iniiio V.
Mm I'll n. in snld Honolulu, on SATUH-
lliiwiiiiiin Hardware Co., L'fl TCiiPI IT 0C FHQUinil
Saturday, Ajml SIS, 1S93.
We had quite made up our
minds to ignore the question
of the day in this column for
various reasons, but, as the
space in the Honolulu dailies
is occupied largely by the
editors in moulding public opi
nion on the subject cf politics
and religion it is quite prob
able the readers of this paper
would ignore our advertise
ment if we were to let pass the
opportunity to "speak a piece."
We do not intend to say that
we know how the thing will
be decided, we violate no con
fidence when we declare pub
licly through this column that
we do not. We are not alone
in this and we have no hesita
tion, no compunctions of con
science in telling you that we
burned many gallons of mid
night oil before we reached
this conclusion. We doubt if
Mr. Cleveland knows; we can
imagine we see him sitting in
his "nightie" after every one
else in the family has retired,
reading the various memorials
and petitions he has received
from Honolulu, we can see his
face brighten as he pores over
the illuminated reasons why
the Islands should be annexed
and then spread out over his
knees the memorial from the
patriots who request for as
many reasons that the country
be not toyed with. We can,
in our mind's eye, see the flick
ering hope die out after he has
waded through the various
documents at hand and hear
him ask "Where am I at?" and
the echoes of every corner of
the room allotted to the "first
l gentleman of the land" as a
place of repose will take up
the question and refer it to the
judiciary committee, and there
the memorials and petitions
will curl up and die like the
minority reports in the last
Legislature. Mr. Blount will
fix the thing in his own quiet
way, just now he's the people.
Those who do not dabble in
paint are not aware that there
has been a shortage of that
article in this market for the
past few weeks. The painter
who has held back his work
on account of not being able
to secure a supply, may get all
he wants from us by telephon
ing. By the "Australia" we
received enough Pioneer White
Lead to cover every building
in Honolulu, and make them
vie with the exhibition build
ings in Chicago in whiteness.
We're bound to have a boom
here as a result of the adver
tising the country has had, and
the property owner who wants
to sell or get increased rentals
cannot do better than get their
houses ready before the boom
begins. When the carpenters
and painters are engaged the
prices will go up. Supply and
demand governs the wages
of the painter as in the case of
every other branch of labor.
Cut off the supply and let the
demand grow and where are
The warm weather ap
proaches and the demand for
Hose increases. We are pre
pared to fill all orders for sizes
from half inch up to three
inches with the best brands of
hose ever imported here.
Wire-bound Hose in the usual
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppoblto Hpruokulb' Illock,
i L.HII Li. ui i nuinyn
Corner irort 8c
By the S. S. "Australia"
I WILL HIUCEIVE A LAKGE STOCK OF
Dry & Fancy Goods
AVIIICII WILL BE SOLD AT
J2j XI JTL J I JL s JTj. ,
Corner Fort aud Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
JR.EOE3STT JEVELTVAJL "TAOORA"
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
Hoehe Harhor Lime, l'ov.ell Dull'ryn Largo Steam Coal.
AXC1I.0 CONTINENTAL (HTAN0 W0IIKS CO.'S
Guano " Ooncentrado "
Ohleuflorll's Special Cauo Manure, Ollendorff's Dissolved Peruvian Guauo.
Steel PLalls, 14, 1, 1S&SO llos.
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HOLTS, NUTS and FISH PLATES TO SUIT.
-Iiioe, Coal and Paililv;
Galvanized, Varni-heil, lilaok anil Galvanized Baibcd;
GARDEN FEtfCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
-A-xiolaors a,xi.cl OlxairLS
Yellow Metal Sheathing, Coal Tar, Iron Tank-, 100 j-allon;
Plain anil Corrugated fialvanii-eil lion,
Square and Arch l''ire liricks, Down Pijie,
Guttering, si,uarc and 0. G. 4J to (Jin.;
ltidging, Galvanized Water Pine, from J. to '1.
Sheet Lead, Sheet Zini
WiMen's Charcoal Tin Plate,
Itooling Slates, Eire Clay.
Miggin's Fine Eureka Hairy Salt!
56 Pound Bags;
L1VICKP00L (JOAKSE HALT, mil. hag-;
HAWAIIAN COAUSK SALT, 1001b bags;
KOCK SALT, SODA CRYSTALS, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
BEDHOOM SETS IN MAPLE, WALNUT and ASH,
SCOTCH CHESTS OV DRAWERS,
WRITING DIWICS IN ROSEWOOD and MAHOGANY,
CORNER and HALL CHAIRS, CARD TA15LES, Etc., Etc.
French Iron. Bedsteads !
ZejIlsTTS and. OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OF SADDLERY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
20 lbs. W
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A ilainty new hook, Tht lUby, by
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mother who semis her aililress
THOMAS !.I!I2MIN(I & COMI'ANV,
73 Wurren St., New York,
HOLLISTEB, & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - Koiaolvtlia, EE. I.
Portland Cement !
iKjjlr You are respect
Your doctor Cuny requested to call at
will tell you Our Store and get a Fkek
Samplk of the
Pure Milk Food!
And requires only the addi
tion of Water to pre
pare it for use.
Large Packages 50 Gts
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