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SALE OF LEASE
Of Qovornmont Lands In Hualua
and 2, Kohala, Hawaii.
On TUESDAY, Alny lit, ls'.Kl, nt 11!
o'clock noon, nt tho front entrance of AIH
olanl Halo, will bo sold nt Public Auction,
tlio Loaso of tho following Tracts of Oov
orniuont Land in llimlmi 1 nml 2, Kohala,
Tract No. 1 Containing an area of 00
0-10 Acres. Upset prlco Jf'i.DO ner acre.
Tract No. 2 Containing an area of TO'
7-10 Acres. Upsot prleo $2.25 pur acre.
Tract No. 3 Containing on area of 137
0-10 Acres. Upsot prleo f0o. par acre.
Term Lease for 15 years. Kent paynbln
seini-annually in advance.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tliu Interior.
Interior Olllce, April 14, 1803.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All
FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1893.
Texas wants to bo divided into
two States. Tho ambition to have
ike biggest of everything from
pumpkins to empiro ovidoutly doos
not dwell in tho breasts of Toxans.
An eclipse has followed tho occul
lation of tho morning and oveuing
stars with the spoils brigade Thoro
being no light in any of them, how
ever, it is impossible to judge which
of tho bodies is overshadowed. The
earth is certainly not in it, although
they all want it.
Cramps tho shipbuilders of Phila
delphia may not want tho earth, but
they weep because thoy cannot got
as much of it as is covered with
water. Thoir jealousy of San Fran
cisco shipbuilders regarding naval
contracts is about as small as any
thing wo can show ovon in Hono
lulu. Becauso tho Bulletin- counseled
this country's looking out for her
own peculiar interests in tho event
of annexation the Star charges iia
with making tho most insidious at
tack yet made on annexation. If
the subserving of tho clearest Ha
waiian interests is incompatible with
annexation, then what is there in
annexation for Hawaiian interests?
Evidently the theft of tho capital
by a sudden conspiracy in the Cali
fornia Legislature is not going to bo
allowed with general complacency.
A suit has boon begun in tho courts
to stop the transfer of tho booty to
San Jose. Getting away with a hot
stove will henceforth bo a puerile
simile, siuco tho stealing of nations
and capitals has again come into
So much obstruction is meeting
the Geary registration act, for tho
enhancement of Chinese exclusion
in the United States, that it is most
doubtful if the law will not have to
be dropped as a dead lotter. Tho
Chinese simply will not register and
they are encouraged by a strong
American part' in tho East. By
agreement of both sides it is hoped
to have an early decision by the
federal Supreme Court on a test
case as to the constitutionality of
It seems as if the Panama Canal
project has as many lives as a cat.
Right in the midst of investigations
into colossal and seething corruption
created by tho late company, tho
titled promoter of a now company
appears in the midst of the Nicara
gua Canal camp in America with
fresh proposals for completing tho
Panama ditch. If Count Koratry
tells tho whole truth Panama may
still be tho trump card. Captaiu
Merry of San Francisco is still to bo
hoard from, however.
California machine politicians of
the Democratic party would havo
the world beliovo that tho Golden
State has reason to repent that it
wont for Cleveland in November.
Tho solid domocracy probably, how
ever, takes little stock in tho dis
tress of tho bosses. It is doubtless
satisfied in tho expectation that
Cleveland will give tho nation an
honest and straightforward adminis
tration in tho interest of tho whole
peoplo. Thoro aro people outside
of California why aro mad at Clovo-
land, without having sonw) enough
to boo how ridiculous thoy
gnawing at a file.
Since tho 17th of January the cry
of tho Advertiser has been "brand
or blood" for tho striplings who
throw all thoir mighty power into
tho muscles of thoir forearms and
graspod a gun iu dofuiiso of- -thorn-hoIvob,
Tho domaud for ollices has
boon continued from day to day ami
with each succo.ssivo call (lie voice
of Patriot McCaiidluss could bu
hoard nbovo tho din. Tho rocotit
Idisp;i.ssul from .tho Post, Ollico is an
lovidenco ot the Mac's aggressiveness
'during the present political strife,
uor is it tho result of any recent
utterances by tho lain occupant of
I tho position. Tho remarks by Mr.
Thrum which led to his ultimate
dismissal wero made but a few days
after tho present Gmurinnont as
sumed control. So incensed was tho
Mac becaut-o a Hawaiian boy hail
told him in losponso to his imper
tinent remarks, "tho Hawaiian Hag
is good enough for ine,", that ho
lmitat needs express his indignation
to every one ho met for tho noxt
twenty-four hours. When young
Thrum made tho remark quoted a
dusiro to have his ollicial head was
kindled in tho breast of tho Mac.
For fear his devotion to tho Gov
ernment would injure him in tho
well-boring trade tho Mac declined
to accept tho tax-assossorship and
now, probably for tho same roasou,
ho denies that ho is responsible for
Thrum's dismissal. Tho public will
decide who is to bo believed. What
must tho Mac's feelings bo when ho
reads tho editorial in this morning's
Advertiser on this subjoct. When
tho organ of tho spoils system con
demns tho action of tho party it re
presents, wo should prepare for tho
millennium tho harbinger is horo.
But what becomes of tho boasts that
tho Govornmont is strong enough
for a four years' tonuro without an
nexation, in view of the fact that it
allows tho efficiency of tho public
service to be imperilled at tho dicta
tion of a parcel of sneaking adven
turers? COURT CHRONICLE.
Officers Fail to Find Maria Ramos
for Service of Writ.
Maria .1. Ramos did not appear
before Judge Coopor this morning,
to show cause as ordered why she
should not be adjudged in contempt.
The return of tho police officer on
tho writ was that sho could not bo
found. Therefore the timo for an
swering was oxtonded till to-morrow
at 10:150. Sho is duo to answer tho
wiit of habeas corpus for tho disput
ed child, as previously roported, at
W. A. Kinney has filed a motion
in tho matter of tho estate of Keoni
Kuhiau. deceased testate, for tho
payment to tho administratrix and
one of tho devisees, Angolino Kuhi
au, of money in court, so that sho
may satisfy a number of pressing
claims on "the estate. Hearing on
the motion has been set by Judge
Whit ins.' for Mav 2.
Some months ago some smart
alcck .-aid lie would ruin mo at once,
riiat s-amo .smarty is full of prune'?.
Come around any time of the day or
till 12 o'clock at night, and as sure
as you are alive you will seo the peo
ple making shirts all tho time. I
have more shirts to make than I
have people to make thorn. If you
are in doubt of this call and seo. I
havo now over 500 orders for all
kinds of shirts, and if thoro are any
other would-be shirt-makers that
can show up for this just let them
ilo so. llio public must understand
that I am not afraid of tramps or
collectors. 1 am in for the business
and 1 am not afraid to work, and I
work like a trooper, and I am as
poor as a mouse. Still I am not
afraid of any collector, or would-be
-diirt-makors. I will pay nry hotel
bill at Pahala next timo the Hall
makes a trip.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Tho American Shirt-maker, corner
King and Alakea streets.
J$flF"Ordors received by mail.
Brings Along a Chinese Boy Tied
by tho Wrist.
About 12:20 o'clock this afternoon
Detective Wagner, leading a young
Chinoso boy with a whip tied on his
wrist, and followed bj nearly tho
whole Chinese school, was seen
heading for tho Police Station. On
arrival tho detective was asked by
Clerk Zablan what was tho matter
with tho boy. "Oh, ho vos a tief !"
replied Wagnor. "Ho climb tho
mango trees at 1113 house and stoal
Tho matter was investigated and
the boy was lot go. The young
chap, with some of his school-mates,
had gone at recess into tho Klemmo
residence, Fort sheet, whore Wag
nor lives, and stolon some mangoes.
Scorn for a Tale-bearer.
Another head lopped oif by tho
Government, in tho person of Mr
Ernest. Thrum for having tho cour
age of his convictions. It appears
that Mr. Thrum in saying, "Hawai
ian postage stamps aro good enough
for mo," committed a sin past re
demption and too much for somo
narrow son Is to digest. All honor
to tho young man for having tho
courage to stand up for his honest
piinciples and maintain them. Mr.
Thrum for his manly action will re
ceive Jus Jiiit reward all 111 good
time, while tiio miserable tat t lor
will receive tho scorn ho deserves
from all just inou. Jusnci:.
Is n tantalizing admonition to those
who at this season feol all tired out,
weak, without appetite and discour
aged, Hut the way iu which Hood's
Haiaparilla builds up tho tired
frame and gives a good appolile, is
really wonderful. Ho wo say, "Tako
Hood's and it will braco you up."
For a general family cathartic wo
coiilidontly recommend Hood's I'HIh.
Suhnoribe foe the. Daily ItulUlin, GO
venli per month (
PUSS IN A MESS.
Accidents Will Hnppon in tho Bast
A laughable incident happened in
n downtown household this morning.
Au iufant of throe summers found a
kitten in the back yard, which she
gleofulhy adopted as hor property.
To secure tho pot stock from rim
ing away she shut it up in a meat
safe, on a shelf containing a largo
basm ol mango sauce. Pussy jump
ed on a tin cover over the Banco,
which tilted mid landed Pussy in tho I
luscious times. Its pitiful mows as
it wallowed in jolly attracted atten
tion and roliof. This was not all.
Tho kitten all dripping with tho
sauce was turned looso on tho back
stops, where it left a deposit of tho
lubricating stulf. Then conies along
tho broad man and astonishes tho
housewife by an involuntary acro
batic performance on tho stops. Ho
was perfectly sober but somehow
missed his foothold. Mango is tho
great lovoler in Honolulu, as tho
green apple is olsewiiero.
LateBt Nows Itemized.
New Orleans reports an anti-treat
The United States sent England
10.000,000 letters in '92.
An organization is to be formed to
protect Boston parks.
Young women at East Lake, Ala.,
have formed two base-ball nines.
Ono-lialf tho population of Minne
sota and tho Dakota is foreign-born.
Sixty-five million admisMon tickets
will be ordered for the World's Fair.
There aro nearly 700 applicants for
one vacancy in the pay corps of the
St. Augustine, Florida, is said to bo
largely given up iIub season to "West
Nnvn Scotia's sugar combine is be
ing hauled over the coals by a legis
Mavor Gilroy of Now Yoik Iuib
ordered the city to be cleaned up so as
to prevent choleia.
Under tho new Transfer Tax law,
over $700,000 of the Guuld estate will
go to New Yoik Slate.
Aluminium will be cheap. Enorm
ous beds of bauxite have been dis
covered in Alabama anil Georgia.
Northern Pacific finds a new route
to tlie Atlantic and it-, winter port is
likely to be New London, Conn.
Chicago capitalists will turn the
largest street railway in Chail.-ston,
S. C, which they have bought, into
an eleclrie line.
Prime's Chicago crop report shows
ining winking li.ickw.ud, but tlie
outlook ancom.iging. The worst con
ditions are in Kansas ami Canada.
Semiment is growing in Denver 411
faor of mumcipil coirrol of w.itor
woiks. Water-works monopolists
want .fC.,000,000 for a $1,000,000 plant.
The Ohio Legislature has passed a
law that if choluin c( mes,
cities can issue bonds for the purpose
of l.ii-ing money for sanitation.
Complications growing out of the
Vnli-conliaet Labor law have diium
tho Treasury Department to fnsh
eflbits to determiue "what is an art
ist." A man living near Breuham, Texas,
who had invented a "flying machine,"
recently took a dial trip. The doc
tors say that he will piolubly lecuver
from his injiiiies.
A Mexican paper refers to the fact
tliat ne.nly all Americin .ouiir-t- to
that land lhi mmmiii arrive in 'luxu
rious piivate cars," rendering them
independent of hotels.
Mounted police patrols along tho
Manitoba and Northwest frontier will
be established May 1st to prevent
smuggling, anil, it is hoped, to head
off Chinese interlopers.
Ex Governor Bullock of Georgia, in
explaining why th.it State ruises very
few sheep, emulates the number of
dogs in Georgia at 10,000,000 This
is on a basis of live dogs to each in
habitant. The bill of a theatiical troupe that is
storming its w ly through the mining
camps of the Kooky .Mountains an
nounces fiiat "the Indies and gentle
men of this company aie of the high
est social position."
General George W. Gordon of Mem
phis has introduced in the Tennessee
Legislature a mem rial from the
Confederate Historical Society ask
ing that an annuity for hfo of $500 be
granted to the widow of Jelli-rsim
Iu their desire to insure a pure
witter supply the authorities of New
Yo k city do not hesitate to buy up
entire hamlets adjacent to tho lakes
in the Ciotou watershed, on tlie prin
ciple 1 lut t, there can be no contiol w t!i
Goorgo Bubear, tho champion of
England, oHors to tako Wallaco
Ross' place and row Edward Hanlau
for tho championship challenge cup
and the S1000 purse on May 30th. If
Hanlau is agreeable Bubear will sail
UodoIuId Engine l!o. No. 1.
rpilKIti: WILL UK A MKKTJNCl OK
J- Honolulu Knuiuo Co. No. 1 held
THIS (Kriday) KVK.N'ISG, April 28. 1WU,
ui Thoir old bull, ut 7:30 o'clock. Special
I XV ANH ALL I'KllbOXS KOllXD
XV ridinit. driving or otbnrwhe tii'spn-s-Ing
on the Kaploliiul Park Unco Trunk,
without tho iiteeitiiry permit, will bo pro
Hi'i'iilud, 0. O, IHIIKIKR,
A. IJcllnnger, Propr., Stove Foun
dry, Mtmtnguy, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower for Dys
ocusia. It irave me trreat relief. 1
recommend it to all Dyspeptics as n
very good remedy."
Ed. Bergeron, General Dealer,
Latizon, Levis, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower with the
best possible results for Dyspepsia."
C. A. Harrington, Engineer and
General Smith, Sydney, Australia,
writes: "August Flower lias effected
a complete cure in my case. It act
ed like a miracle."
Geo. Gates, Corinth, Miss., writes:
" I consider your August Flower the
best remedy in the world for Dys
pepsia. I was almost dead with
that disease, but used several bottles
of August Flower, and now con
sider myself a well man. I sincerely
recommend this medicine to suffer
ing humanity the world over."
G. 0. GKHEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
NOTIOK IS HBUKUY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuance of a Power ot Bale con
tained in a certain liulunturo of Mortgage
executed September Otli, 1892, by William
0. Acbl and Isabella A. Achl, his wife, of
Honolulu, to Charles 11. liishop and Sam
uel SI. Damon, partners under tlie firm
name of liishop ,fc Company, of said Hono
lulu, and recorded in labor 139 at pages 200
to 270, tho said mortgagees intond to fore
close tho said mortgage, for condition
btoken, to wit: the non-payment of the
principnl and inteiest secured thereby
when due. And notice is hereby further
given that, upon such foreclosure (and un
less said mortgage shall have been sooner
paid), it K the intention of said mortgagees
to sell tlie property therein and thereby
dc-erihed and mortgaged, at Publiu Auc
tion, at the auction 100ms of Juntos F.
Morgan, in said Honolulu, on SATUR
DAY, the 20th day of May, 189J, at 12
itfiP-Kor further particulars apply to C.
V. Ashford, Attorney for Mortgagees,
Merchant street, Honolulu.
IJISHOl' .fe CO., Mortgagees.
Till". riWPKRTY TO UK SOM) IS AS KOM.OWS:
1 All that certain tract of land contain
ing 30-100 acre at Kalawahine, Honolulu,
afoiesaid, convojed to me by liishop A;
Company, by dce'd recorded in the Hawai
ian Registry of Comeyanees in Book 112,
2 All that tract of land containing 120
acres at Kcalakoino, Puna, Hawaii, con
veyed to 1110 by AVailcliua and wife, by
deed recorded 111 Book 113, page 2S1, and
being part of Royal Patent Grant 2sU3 to
Kcuauiiluui et al.
:i All that tract of land containing 110.74
acres at Manawai, Molokai, conveyed to
me by Hoopii Olepau, by deed recorded in
Book" IIS, page hi), and being part of L. C.
A. ItluO to Hoonauiu.
1 All that tract of land contoinmg 1.20
acres at South Kona, Hawaii, conveyed to
me by 1). W. Kcalalatna, by deed recorded
111 jioiik ri, jagou. fun ueing tne 11
described in Royal rV.toilt 5U, L. C.
1-1 to Ivaeluninkiiln
5 All tbattractof land containing27.500
Miuaro feet at Kapalama, Honolulu, afore
said, conveyed to me bv I.au Choim. bv
deed reeor Jed in Book , page , and
being part of Royal Patent 401, L. 0. A.
S305 to Kanoa.
(i All that tract of land 150 by 150 feet,
being Lot 321, Block 0, at Pearl City, Kwa,
Oahu, conveyed to mo by Oahu Railway it
Lund Company, by deed recorded in Book
1J7, pane 2SS.
7 One share in Holualoa, 1 and 2 North
Kona, Hawaii, transferred to mo and J. It.
Nabale by Kaoiwi by deed recorded in
Book 127, page 424.
8 All those lands conveyed to mo by Ke
aloba Kalna, by deed recorded in Book
130, page ILK), and being a one-half interest
in tne tanu containing isu acres uescrioeu
in Royal Patent 5479, L. C. A. 741W to Hi
Kaualohu at Kawanui 2, North Kona,
Hawaii, and all that land containing 49
acres described in Royal Patent Grant 1597
to Kalua at Kawanui I, North Kona afore
said. 0 All that tract of land containing 00-100
acre at Kulihi, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
veyed to me by S. Kualai, by deed recorded
in Book 87. page 409.
11 All that tract of land containg 30-100
acre at Kulihi, aforesaid, convoyed to me
by Komo, by deed recorded in Book 90,
11 Lots 0 and 11 at Kapalama, aforesaid,
being part of the land conveyed to mo by
P. Kanoa by deed recorded in Book 01,
page 353, and being nart of Royal Patent
401, L. 0 A. 8305 to Kanoa.
12 All of that tract of land containing
702 fathoms ut Keawanui, Molokai, con
veyed to mo by Kanl Kanene, by deed re
corded in Book 92. page 202, and being the
land described in Royal Patent 7081, L. 0.
A. 482 i to Kaailepo.
13 That certain lot on the Ewa side of
my new homestead at Kupalumu aforesaid,
convoyed to mo by Lau Ctioug, by deed re
corded in Book 133, page 12.
14 All that land conveyed to me by J.
Malm by deed recorded iu Book 115, page
at!, being part of Royal Patent Grant 2893.
15 All that land containing 18-100 acre
at Kalawahine, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
veyed to me by Bilu Kawua, by deed re
corded iu Book 107, page 125.
10 All those lands conveyed to mo by
Chung Waa by deed reconted in Book 111,
unco 212. beinir Annua 13 and 13A. each
containing 08-100 aero, more particularly
described In Partition Deed recorded in
Book 110, pugo IiOo.
17 All those lands conveyed to mo by O.
M. H,do uud wifu. by deed recorded in
Book Mil, page 321, being Apana 11 and
11 A, each containing Orf-loo acre, more par
ticularly described In said Partition Deed.
IS That certain leaso of land containing
15,100 Mttare feet at Kapalama aforesaid,
part of Royal Patent 40l to Kanoa, for 10
years Irom January 1, 1801, made to mo by
Lau Chong end iccorded In Book 128, page
19 Ono buggy, one express, one bay
horxo, four carts, four lianiutte, and four
horses tided hi my cartage business; one
half interest iu H. K Kaui A'. Company, all
ollico fiirnltuie In mv ollico No. !l(l, 'Mer
chant hired, Honolulu, aforesaid, also 110
shales of stock iu the Recljnoulty Sugar
Company, 30 slimes hi the Kona Collee &
Kriiil Company, 5 shares in tho Kwa Plan
tation i oiiipiiny, 701-int
ALL PKRSOXH ARK HKIIKHY CAU
tioncd against trespassing on the
Laiidh known us I'ulwa, Wnohini, I'uuiiiil,
Kupalumu and ICillhl, Anyone found tios
passing will bo prosecuted uccoidlug to
SVLVANO DK NOBRIGA,
1'iopriotnr Kitterprisu Ranch.
Honolulu, April 27, 1MH. 712-lw
8PKCIAL MKKTING OK TJIK
Stockholders of the Waloliiuu Agri
cultural A: Oiuihig Co. will be held at tlie
Ulllco ol Messrs. . 11. Irwin it Co., iJono-
lulu, on WKDMCHDAY, Mny a, lh!U, ut
II O'clock A. M.
0. 1'. 1. VU K IIA.
Fine Job Prlntiny ut the Bulletin OJJice,
Hainan Hardware Co., L'i
Saturday, April 82, 1893.
We had quite made up our
minds to ignore the question
of the day in this column for
various reasons, but, as tlie
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, weviolate 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
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 ol
every oiher 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'cl
Opposite SjirccUeU' Jilouk,
Corn!' Fort &
S IF IE O
the S. S.
I WILL IlECEIVE A LAUGE STOCK OF
Dry 8c Fancy Goods
WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT.
IBIEIDIROaiK: PRICES I
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., ... - Honolulu, H. I.
R.EOH53STT ARRIVAL. "TAOORA"
128 DAYS FROM LIVKIU'OOI.
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
lie Bros, rw
Roche llnibor Lime, l'owell Dull'ryu Lingo Steam Coal.
ANfll.O CONTINKXTA.1. OUAXO WORKS OO.'S
Guano " Concentrado "
Oblendorff's Spacial Cane Kauure, Ohhadorff's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
Steel Rsiils, 14, IS, 18&20 Uos.;
ISOIl'S, NUTS ami KISH IM.A.TKS TO SUIT.
RA.OS Ili, T.ial and Paddy;
WIRK Galvaniod, VniniihoQ, Itltiuk and Galvanized Uarbud;
GAliDEN" FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
-Ajaoiiors a,ncL Cliains
Yellow Metal Sheathing, Coal Tar, Iron Tanks, 100 gallon;
nam anil iomigateii
Hidcinir, Oalvanied Water
Higyiii's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
B3 Pound Bags;
LIVKRl'OOI, COAItSK SALT, 1121t bags;
HAWAIIAN COARSK SALT, 10011. hags;
ROOK SALT, SODA CRYSTALS, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
BKDHOOM SrTS IN MAPLE, WALNUT and ASH,
SCOTCH OHKSTS OF IIRAAVERS,
WRITING DESKS IN ROSEWOOD and MAHOGANY,
CORNER and HALL OHAIRS, CARD TABLES, Etc., Etc.
French. Iron. Bcistea.ca.s !
IFIIEsrTS and OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OF SADDLERY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
20 lbs. f
will tell you
it is the
A dainty new hook, The llaby, by the
best authorities on baby life, free' to Lcry
mother who sends her nddrcbi.
THOMAS I.UHAllNtl & COMPANY,
7.1 Wurrcn St,, New York.
HOLL Jib J?jR cfe CO.,
106 Fort Street,
I .A. Xj I ,
Square and Aruh Fire hricl:, Down Pipe,
Guttering, Manure and O. G. to Oin.j
r I'ijw, fioin Yt to 12in.;
Wilden's fhareoal Tin Plate,
Hj3p You are respect
Your doctor ful requested to call at
Our Store and get a Fitrcrc
Sample ol' the
IS A -
And requires only the addi
tion of "Water to pre
pare it lor use.
Large Packages 50 Cts
Honolulu, IK, I,
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