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Pledged to neither Sect vor Parly,
But EntabHhcd for the Pcnefit of AH.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1893.
In a lottor to-day will bo found
au illustration of tho difforonco bo
twoon tho annexation propaganda
for export and""1 for homo consump
tion. Whothor tho ownership of tho
Vunchbowl erator territory is a mat
tor of disputo or not, it is well that
tho Government has taken action to
stop tho destruction of tho forest
thoro. Kalakaua showed more pub
lic spirit than many traducors of his
memory in planting that forest,
which is in itsolf no inconsiderable
monument for any man to have.
'What is said to bo a fair reflection
of Gorman public opinion is au arti
cle in tho Kolnischo Zoitung advo
cating tho annotation of Samoa 13
Germany. Annexation, it says, would j
solve all tho uunciutios winch aro
thickening around tho tripaitito
administration. "One power hould
bo supreme on tho islands, and be
ready to protect settlors, foster tnule
and kcop the natives in order."
With tho prospect of a groat in
crease m ocean steamshop trailic at
this port, tho Bureau of Information
has opened to it afield for unlimited
energy. If it display the right stuff
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III im I'l 1111 I If W1 I If 11) Tl 1I1HMI T MM tWllll!'-
gency, it ought to secuie liberal as
sistance from thocoiumuuity. There
is reason to fear that it has hitherto
acted on too narrow lines, and a re
organization or rcvitalization s-eeuis
necessary to its efliciency.
When tho P. G. is indulging in
tho luxury of legislation it ought to
try to avoid causing unnecessary an
noyance. Thoie a ah cad y a icgis
tration under its charter by the Bul
letin Publishing Company of all its
officer-!, duly acknowledged by tho
Minister of tho lutoiiorin writing.
Yet. under tho law instigated by Mr.
Emmoluth, with au admittedly class
object contrary to the constitution,
tho registration has had to bo done
over again within a few weeks.
" Nordhoff Again !"
Complaint has been that w riter.s
and newspaper coriespondonts who
visit us aro not as a rule truthful in
thoir statements concerning us and
the affairs of our little kingdom.
Much of this complaint is correct.
For over threo months wo have had
an army of news correspondents for
American daily newspapers and
periodicals eager to gather informa
tion pertaining to the situation of
the Hawaiian kingdom and the
causes which produced it. Many of
tho porsous aro writers of ability
and integrity and aro familiar to tho
readers of English current literature,
while a larger portion of them aro
ordinary and sensational writers,
who aro simply unscrupulous hire
lings, void of all sense of honor and
truthfulness. To tho State of Cali
fornia wo aro indebted for a number
of the latter, who came horo under
instructions to boom up annexation,
right or wrong. Thoo are to be
pitied. When, however, wo do find
men of undoubted oracity and well
known ability, liko Mr. Nordhoff of
the Now York Herald, being tra
duced aud vilified for giving a really
true account of our allairs, I deem it
as much tho duty of a citizen of this
country to complain of such scurril
ous attacks upon those who d write
the truth as for us to complain of
those who do not. 1 have roa I Mr.
Nordhoirs letter to the N. Y. Heiald
of April 8th, republished in the Ad
vertiser of Ma 9th inst., and 1 for
one can testify to tho correctness of
every fact there stated and the
soundness of tho gentleman's own
views. I wish that our community
was blessed with more audi wi iters,
and saying which, 1 simply spuik of
Mr. Nordhoff from no othei know
ledge of him than his writing.-, about
us. Ho is evidently an independ
ent writer, and one who well nioiits
tho credit of being au American in
tho true sense of the woid.
A writer in tho P. C. Advertiser,
evidently au inlcilei lunl pigmy
alongside of Mr. NoidholT, under
takes to beiute the latter, because
ho did not go into Jiistoriciw hen
ho saw tho "old Hag" hung up ;iero-s
his pathway. The wiiler e;i'otod
that '"oven the mo-t pioiuic" t'ltizen
"is apt to experience a new en-ation
aud feel a might' moral atiuiula
tion, when, fariioin home and separ
ated by thousands of milos iioni
oarly scones and familiar experi
ences, ho boos the flag of his own
nation floating on tho breeze." This
poor follow had bettor go homo, as
ho is evidently ono of tho light
headed, Jingo kind of American
citizens, with whom Mr. Nordhoff
can woll alio id to differ. Wo aro
afraid that our Hawaiian soil is
overflowing with too man' of the
above species of Amoiican- -the fili
bustering kind who believs that
"old glory" is disgraced if Ameiicans
do not. uphold it in a dishonorable
position before tho world, such as it
was in when it was permitted to
cover and to perpetuate a wrong act
toward a defenceless people wit iiout
a cause, living on
with the nation to w horn the em-,
blom belongs. Every American, and
ovory mail of principle mid honor, in
proud to know that "old glory" is
not allowed to satisfy tho ideas of a
fow of its vain-glorious citizens, aud
to prostitute tho ''old llug," that urn-
lilom of Just(ci:, Fukudou, and
Ejuautt which all horo aro glad
thuy hnvo thiiB far no reason to dis
respect. .Ino. IS. Bush.
The Provisional Oovornmont Loan.
During (he prosout stagoof affairs,
when the country is being run by a
clique of self-appointed patriots, it
goes without saying, that thoro is no
uso in gn'ing abroad to endeavor to
float the proposed Hawaiian 8750,1)00
loan. Tho 1'. G. have accordingly
tried to raise t ho wind horo, and in
thoir present attempt to launch part
of the loan, it is ovident.lv tho inten
tion of our despotic rulers, in case
they should not succeed in getting
the loan (alum up locally at tho
price fixed by the act of tho Hawai
ian Legislature, to sell tho bonds at
a discount. That it is tho design of
tho P. G. to act in this manner may
bo gathered from the hint given out
by Mr. Damon in tho council moot
ing held a short time ago.
Now how much percont discount
or commission they will bo forced to
allow in order to dispose of tho
bonds is. at oresont. liko tho liberal
discount at which J. T. Walorhouso I
states ho offered to soil his Hawaiian
bonds, an unknown quantity. But
should the L G. attempt to dispose
t? t tin IimiiiIc nf nut' firm tlmi aiiilti I
tm,m, snj at from l.Vpoioont to "20 I
poiconi (iiscouni. men ine taxpayers
in ujiieial throughout tho ihlanus
oiigul to olli-'i up an emphatic pro
lost aBa.usl any such transaction.
In other words, if this kind of liiiau
tioiiug is permitted, the taxpayers
will bo called on to pay interest for
a number of yeais on sums of money
for which they have never received
full value to begin with, and after
wards, when tho loans niaturo, will
have to lopay to the lender tho full
faco wiluo of tho bonds. Tho pru--eiit
time is certainly not a proper
ono lor .i nrowbioiiai irovernnient.
ono lor it prowsioiial government.
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hion reliun for its toveiiucs on the i
hulling of suecinieu ads oi ooslaao i
1 stamp-, to timrita, to saddle tho
country with a debt running for 20
jiui. Another point not to bo loat
sigin of, w that tho money, that was
' to n.ue been iaUcd uudor tho Loan
I Act ol hiat Legislature, was to bo
l expended on internal iinproenionts.
hat guaiauteca, howoer, does tho
j present in esponsible government of-
lor to lenders that any sums raised
I under the P. G. act will be spoilt oa
impiowiir,' the cotinti? The pi-
i sent i ouiK'il being elected by nobody ,
i i-3 H.ipu-ibie to nobody for its
deed.-, ami it ma,) In a subsequent
act coolly dneit the money Irom its
original purpose and waste it in
supporting ita armed mercenaries
or lritter it away in some equally
"Tho Koyulist Causo."
Every one not in touch, and not
expressing entire aud unqualified
approval of tho methods of tho t
G. aro dubbed royalists or "rank"
royalists. Pope's aphoflsni
"I'or forms of faith
Lot giui'eiiss bigots light"
applies very woll to forms of gov
ernment. There is piobably not a
member of tho P. G. who, if not re
stricted in choice, would not prefer
residouco or citizenship uudor con
stitutional monarchy in England or
Germany to that of tho republics of
llayti or Guatemala. The troublo
in Hawaii has not been from tho
encroachments of monarchy, but
from the impudent demands and
pretensions of tho combination led
by the "Planters' Labor aud Supply
Co." Hardly any two of its mem
bers could agieo upon any one sub
ject apart from that of thoir own
personal and corporate demands
upon successive legislatures, and tho
public purse. But whenever they
do agree there, thoir unanimity is
Witness tho appropriations which
this cormorant corporation has
demanded aud obtained dining the
many yeais of its existence for "as
sisting immigration" aud tho pay of
iuspcctoi-s etc., oery cent of which
has hi i'ji expended in importing
loolici lor thoir plantations, the
aid toolies being on oxpiratiou of
l1i'.i contiacta turned loose in order
to lrooze out the native aud white
laborer and mechanic aud drive tho
Amoiican and his family to other
shores, a-, tho census proves. By an
irony of late this same policy is now
tho chief barrier to our admission to
the L'nio i, tho United States having
enough of foolio races and to spare.
A glance at our recent session
laws would be conclusive as to tho
capacity aud disposition of some of
our saccharine legislators to recon
cile themselves to the fieo labor
legislation of tho tinted States,
oi on if we did not know that tho P.
U. fomiiiisaumnts went to Washing
ton asiung foi tho perpetuation of
luou c.ji.iie labor laws. Has anyone
Uiiiwii .ill. Noidholl's attention to
tho infamous "Pactolus" act of 181)0,
drawn up b ono of tin commis
sioners, together with the dubiue
(heicoul The AiUortiser might uuw
pulili-,11 the saino as an illustration
of urn tin- -rlf--.iylt.'d ''white'' legis
latoi can do in the coolie building
and lugitivo iae-law line. It would
proo the extent to which his heart
thin yearned towards free American
institutions. M kee Aui'Uni.
Fomalo Suffrage in Nova Scotia.
In the Nova Scotia House of As
sembly, the Woman's Suffrage Hill
passed its second readiug by ID to
17, and was sent to committee. All
the members of tho Government, as
well as tuo leader of tho Opposition,
voted against tho second reading.
The bill will receive its quietus
from the venerable Solons of tho
Legislate o Council.
Lord Suckvillo-Woet i not expected
to ho enthueiiistically active in the re
ception tli.it will ho accoided Ambus-
mnlur JS.iyunl upon his uriivnl at the
cotiit of St. .Iiimcs. It was .Mr. bay
ard's uiijili'iiMin t duly to pack Lonl
iSnckvillo-Wcst oil home for Ins per
nicious uutivity in what became his
toilo iib the "Miuchiboii lottor,"
SANS BOUOI HOTEL.
Ploasant Caravansary on tho Wnl
As a comploto seasido resort words
fail to convoy tho loveliness and con
vonionco of this mairuificont estab
lishment, worked into such attrac
tivo and useful shape by tho Herbert
family. Tho grounds upon which
tho hotel buildings stand front tho
sea. A nice sandy beach leads to
still water running dee). Non
swimmers can enjoy tho luxury of
bathing in, shallow water with beach
combers rolling over thorn. Jotties
run out into the sea upon which is
erected a torraco of bathing and
dressing rooms, arranged with ovory
caro and modern appointments.
Uoats and canoos aro always there
for the uso of patrons of tho house.
Fishing with line and rod is a popu
lar amusement in that pari of tho
Waikiki bay. Cosy arbors covered
with tropical foliago abound on the
promises, aho grassy lawns for ten
nis or croquet games, and a pleas
antly situated billiard room otrors a
diversity of amusement for tho
nests. Tram cars from Honolulu
run to within
au easy distance of
Good roads load to
aucli points of interest as the lofty
and salubrious summits of Diamond
lfiiMfl. Alfllltlf fPrllf nlllS mill I 11 flin
gieat crater of I'unchbowl hill.
au sailing snips ami ocean uouuu
steamers coming into and going out
ot Honolulu harbor aro m lull viow
to the naked eye, almost passing b
tho doors of Sans Souci. Passenger
steamers from the city come along
side without lillicult'. And on
foto days crowds of Honoluluitcs
take advantage of the outing by
water thirty minutes from tho city
The Sans Souci buildings aro
especially adapted to the tropics,
lofty and woll vortilatod, and in the
furnishings modern ideas of comfort
prevail. Meals aro
served in the
ind opening on
gigantic lanai lacin
the great Pacific ocean, with sea
gulls flitting past and the roar of the
sea bieaking on the piotecling coral
reef. The scene is weird and grand
enough to please the most fastidious.
Tho fact of tho buildings being de
tached offers many advantages. Ke
volry bv tho gay and festive can bo
enjoyed without in tho slightest
manner interfering with invalid or
mc-o quietly disposod guests of the
house. Throughout the grounds,
under beautiful shade trees easy
chairs, settees aud lounges are in
Tho Hoi belt family will travel to
foieign countiies dining this sum
mer, isiting the World's Pair at
Chicago, and Europe. Mr. Geo.
Lycurgus, tho pic-ent lessee of Sans
Souci, is a gentleman woll and favor
ably known at homo and abroad,
genial to all and thoroughly under
stands catering to tho public. It is
therefore safe to predict that his now
enterprise has come to stay, and is
sure to win popular favor, boj'ond his
most sanguine expectations. Quito
a number of tourists have already
taken up thoir abode at Sans Souci
aud the cry is still tlioy coiuo.
Equipages of every description aro
on hand read' to convoy guests when
and where they will.
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BATTLE SHIPS FOE, JAPAN.
To be built in England by Sir W.
Armstrong & Co.
.Tup.in is determined to have a navy
second to none. The Shogyo Shimpo
says that the Govt rnment bus decided
to place the Older for tho two iron
cl.ids voted for in the hibt pin lament
ary session, with the English firm of
Sir W. Armstiong & Co., the builders
uf the Tak.ichiho and Nunivn. Kan,
(the latter at picscnt in Honolulu
hai her). It ib said that the two new
ironclads ;uo to be built on the model
of the Uoy.d .Sovereign, a 14,000-ton
ironclad lecenlly constructed by the
Arm&tiong compiny. They will be
the largest ironclads in tlus Z..l. Mr.
Vui.ik.uni, Iuspii-tur of Machine',
and Mime othw olficcis will pioceed
to England to place tho older and
watch the constitution of the vow-els.
If built on the mndi 1 of the Koyul
Sovi icigii the two vt r-- 1- will have a
displacement of ll,l.'i0 tons each, will
be 380 feet long and 75 feet broad.
Their aimauiuut will consist of four
l.'H inch (17-lon guns, ten (i-inch 5-ton
guns mid twenty-lour ii-potindeis.
f'liey will each have engines capable
of developing l!l,0()0-hot!-e power,
which will give the battle ships a
speed of 17J knots.
What is a BabyP
Hero aro some answers sent to the
Tho prince of wails.
Au inhabitant of Lapland.
The morning caller, noonday
crawler, midnight brawler.
Tho only precious possession that
never oxeitoa envy.
A key that opens tho hearts of all
classes, rich and poor, in all coun
tries. A stranger with unspeakable
cheek, that outers a house without a
-litch to his back, and is received
with open arms b everyone.
A Moxican Misor'B Will.
The .Mexican papers toll of a niisor
named Monecke, who recently died.
His relatives were unwilling that his
body should bo interred, as ho had
tattooed his will all over his ohost
with homo red pigment instead of
using pen and ink. The Court decreed
that tho romarkablo "human docu
ment" should bo copied and tho re
presentation duly attached in the
prosonco of witnesses. This was
done and tho Court has piououucod
tho queer will genuine.
Tho promptness and certainty of
its cures have made Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy famous. It is in
tended especially for coughs, colds,
croup and whooping coughs, and is
tho most effectual rumody known for
these diseases. Mr. C. 11. Main, of
Union City, l'a., says: "I havo a groat
sale on Chamborlaiu's Cough Rumo
dy. 1 warrant every bottle mid hnvo
never hoard of ono failing to give
entire satisfaction." fit) cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for the Hawai
Judge Uoopor Fining Tardy Suitors
A batch of four appeal casos, com
prising eight defendants uudor tho
gaining laws, has boon filed in tho
Circuit Court from tho District
Nollo prosequis hnvo boon ontor
ed in tho following casos on the Cir
cuit Court torm calendar: Ah Sam,
lottery; J. W. Gibbs, assault with a
dangerous weapon; Alfred Silva, so
duction.s In tho caso of Young Hoy and
Young Wai. gross cheat, a foroign
jury yesterday afternoon rondorod a
verdict of not guilty by diroction of
The appeal of Ah Hook, from con
viction in tho District Court of
maintaining a lottery, has boon with
drawn. Kanoaktia for defendant.
Ah Fook, lottery, was tried by a
foreign jury this afternoon. Jury
still considering vordict at 2:15 p.
in. C. W. Ashford for dofoudnut.
Verdict of guilty has boon returned.
K. Stono is on trial this afternoon
for perverting justice Ho is tho P.
G. guard arrested for perforating a
policeman with a bullet in tho Pan
theon Saloon. Deputy Attornoy-
Geiioral Wilder prosecutes; A. S.
Hart woll defends. Tho following
jury is sitting on tho caso: S. G.
Wilder, S. 1. Shaw, E. W. Jordan, F.
D. Wicko, S. Both, Godfrey Brown,
Tom May, T. M. Starkoy, F. S.
Lyman, Jr., James Stoiner, Chas.
Clapp, F. West brook. It is a strik
ingly romarkablo jury to a spectator,
from tho number of shining polls it
contains, besides being heavy in ro
prosontativo business men. At -1
o'clock a verdict of guilty is re
ported. Yesterday afternoon Judge Cooper
fined tho two defendants, Young
Hoy and Young Wai, $5 each for bo
ing late in putting in their appoar
anco after recess.
To-day T. J. Greene, keeper of
the palace, failed to auswor to his
name on the jury roll call aud was
fined S5 by the Judge.
" I have been afflict
" ed with biliousness
for fifteen years:
" first one and then
" another prepara
" tion was suggested
"tome and tried but
M to no purpose. At last a friend
" recommended August Flower. I
" took it according to directions and
" its effects were wonderful, relicv
" ing me of those disagreeable
"stomach pains which I had been
"troubled with so long. Words
"cannot describe the admiration
"in which I bold your August
" Flower it has given me a new
" lease of life, which before was a
"burden. Such a medicine is a ben
" efaction to humanity, and its good
" qualities and
"wonderful mer- Jesse Barker,
" its should be
"made known to Printer,
"everyone suffer- Humboldt,
ing with dyspep
"sia or biliousness Kansas, o
G. G. GKliEN.Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
By Lewis J. Levey.
Land in Kan, Hawaii,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
On SATURDAY, May 20,
AT 12 O'CLOCK. NOON,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
room, 1 Piece Land, Waialoa,
Situated at Knliuku, Ivan, 1.1 2-10 Acres,
well adapted for the Cultivation of Collce.
tXf l'or particulars apply to
Le'wls J. Levey,
DR. B. SCHNEIDER,
j Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Han arrived from Switzerland, wlicro ho liad
live year' experience in the Army,
uud hits opened un otliee at
the Club Stables.
Ibdr Both Telephones 477. "Su"
FOR SAIiB I
50 CENTS A POTTNT).
MRS. R. LISHMAN,
SXT Hell Telephone 317. TM-2s
0000 Alligator Pear Stones
Kor which $1 u Hundred will bo paid
McINTVUK &. HHO.'S,
Cor. Kort &. KIne; Htn.
M. L. MINER, D. V. S.,
VurKIUNAU Kl'IKIKUN, PlIYMCIAN
Hotel Ktuhles. Olllcu Ilimrn: H to
lo a. .m,; !:; to;i;;tor. m,
Henidoni'o with l)r,
ilia ittioot. All culls
F. h, Miner, Herein
will receive proinpt
Hawaiian Harto Co., L'll
Saturday, May 6, 1893.
Some time ago, a year per
haps, we made mention in this
column of the enormous
amount of tourist travel that
would pass between the Colo
nies and the United States
this summer and the probable
benefits that would be derived
from it by Honolulu's business
men. Our prophecy has, in
the main, proven correct. The
passenger lists on the through
steamers have been abnormal
ly large and the number of
dollars that have dropped into
the coffers of the storekeepers
would be hard to calculate.
The tourist travel may bring
benefits in other ways. The
climate, the tropical plants and
the blight are all objects of
curiosity and people who are
looking for a quiet peaceable
home are sure to favorably
consider the land where revolu
tions occur and a Government
can be overturned without
bloodshed. They cannot find
it anywhere else and we may
expect an increase of settlers
from the Colonies. In another
year our streets may be throng
ed by individuals who habitual
ly turn up the bottoms of their
trouser legs in rain in imitation
of something the Prince of
Wales did one rainy morning
The advance in sugar has
added zest to energy of the
sugar men and improvements
and repairs that should have
been made last year will now
go on. Land which had been
almost abandoned on account
of the low price of the product
will be cultivated and yield five
tons to the acre. We know
this has begun from the orders
we are receiving for our Hen
dry Breakers. Managers who
bought two or three last year
to try, have duplicated their
orders this year; two planta
tions each have ten. These
little things prove the superi
ority of the Hendry Breaker.
No plow on the islands has its
reputation for strength or
effectiveness and we question
if another could be made to
equal it. If you are a planta
tion manager and want a
really good breaker, try it.
Throuerh the courtesy of
Messrs. Hackfeld & Co. we
have just set up a steel .Aer
motor in their yard at the
corner of Fort and Queen
streets. We had one there
before and sold it to two differ
ent people before we had time
to take it down. Aermotor
towers of steel are an innova
tion here but in the short time
they have become popular.
The Aermotor, of course, is
the only windmill recognized
on these islands where wind is
variable and often light. Their
construction is so perfect that
the least wind operates them.
For the lawn, plantation or
ranch the Aermotor is the
cheapest and best known
means of obtaining a supply
of water. We have them with
fixed or tiltinsr towers, wood
or steel. The one in Messrs.
Hackfeld & Co's., yard is a
The Mariposa brought us
advices of the shipment of a
car load of Fischer Steel
Ranges right from the factory.
The peculiar effect of the clim
ate of the islands upon metals
prompted us to have this lot
of ranges made of steel just
twice the thickness of those
formerly sold by us or by any
other dealer in ranges in the
city. Any one with a frag
ment of brain can understand
that this adds to the life of the
We have greater confidence
in these ranges than we have
ever had before, because a per
sonal visit to the factory in
Indiana last summer enabled
us to get improvements with
out adding to the expense.
People who have used a Fis
cher Range have no hesitation
in saying that it heats up
quicker and with less fuel than
any stove of its size known.
In this respect it is economi
cal of coal or wood just as
our brand of Refrigerators is
economical of ice.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'tl
Opposite HprcukcU' Hfouk,
TEMPLE OF FASH!
Comer Iort So
By the S. S. "Australia''
I WILL RECEIVE A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry & Fancy Goods
AVTITCII WILL' BE SOLD AT
tEE . -fcLl EC JEi. Zj X C2 HC ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - - - Honolulu, H. I.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A LOT OF
FINE ENOUGH TO PLEASE THE TASTE
IMIost Feisticiio-u.s Smoker!
HOLLXSTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
recent .a.r,:rj:"v.ajl. "TAOORA'
1128 DAYS FHOM LIVHltPOOL
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
White Bros. Portland Cement !
Uoclie Harbor I.imo, I'owull Dullryn Largo Rteam Coal.
ANGLO CONTINENTAL GUANO AVOKKS CO.'S
Guano " Concentrado "
Ohlondorli'3 Special Cane Manure, Ollendorff's Dissolved Peruvian Gnano.
Steel Ralls, 14, IS, 18&20 Dos.;
HOLTS, NUTS and KLSH PLATICB TO SUIT.
HAflS ltlcn, ('mil and Paddy;
W1HK (jalvaniod, VaniNhod, HIack and Galvanuud Harljedj
GARDEN FEISTCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.-
-A-rLoliors gljclcL Ctta,irLs
Yollow Mutal Blieathinj,', Coal Tar, Iron Tanlcn, 100 gallon;
Plain und Coirugatod Galv.micd Iron,
Biiiarc and Arcli Firo Hrlck", Down Pino,
Guttering, h,mire and O. G. Vt to liln.;
I'ldgiug, Galvanicd WatorPipe, from '3 to "Jin.;
Sln:t)t Lead, Blieot ine,
Wildun'H Clinruonl Tin Platusi,
Hoofing Klatos, Firo Oluy.
Higgin's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
E5S Pound Bags;
LIYICItPOOL COAIthi: HALT, lC.'ll. Imi;;
HAWAIIAN (.'OAHbl-ri-.Ur, 10l)l. l.agH;
HOOK is ALT, H0DA CKYM'AI.b, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
HIimtOOM M5TS IN MAPI,:, WALNUT and ABII,
SCOTCH CIIKKTh OF DKAWHHH,
WHITING DI.hKS IN HOSHWOUl) and MAHOGANY,
COHNHU unit HALL OHA1HS, CAHD TAHLI'.B, Ktu., Ktc.
French Iron. Bedsteads !
PAIlsTTS axid- OILS I
COMLM.ETE STOCK OF SADDLERY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
Honolvilvi, EC. I.