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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Etiallished for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, MAY IB, 1893.
For tho doplh of indecent jour
nalism take tho Star's roport of tho
nrrost of Messrs. Bush and Konyou.
It is a good old maxim that a man is
innocent until provod guilty. An
other oxcollout rulo, that tho-judiciary
of Hawaii has boon almost
over-joalous of, is that tho nows
papors should not projudgo a caso
of any kind. Tho Star has violated
both thoso wholosomo principles in
tho most offousivo manner at its
command that is, in tho manner
that comos natural to it.. When our
contomporary produces a decent
paragraph, it is by an. abnormal ef
fort or olso tho inadvertent passing
of "copy" handed in from tho out
side. SPOILS ON MAUI.
Maui is tho latest field to bo in
vested by tho spoils campaigners.
Our nows letter from that island
indicates an attack on tho Customs
Collector's oflico at Kahului. Tho
present incumbout suits tho business
community most concorned, but a
member of Honolulu's "hungr3'
squad" has concluded that tho oflico
suits him. Judging by tho practice
under tho now regime tho gratifying
of tho ofUco-sookor at tho oxponso of
the goodwill of tho community do
pends on the amouut of pull and
pressure tho oflice-seekor can bring
to boar at hoadquartors. That ho
may ba an anuexationist is not
enough; ho must have tho backing
of tho hard-boilod poaso-oators to
succeed against a good man backed
by a solid communit.
COLUMNS OF FABRICATION.
There is a list of taxpayers on
over $10,000 valuation, with thoir
alleged respective attitudes toward
tho quostion of tho hour, in Satur
day night's Star. Only a cursory
glance reveals that the apportion
ment of political viows is not guess
work, or it might approach somo
semblance to accurae3-, but it is a
deliberately fabricated concoction
intended to deceive all but well-informed
people, and but few intelli
gent readers aro on tho Star's list.
There are so many glaring misplace
ments of taxpa3'ors that to correct
the whole would require republica
tion of tho list, and this wo do not
propose to do. Even if tho correct
showing would bo overwhelmingly
against annoxatiou, wo should choose
to leave to our oppononts tho adop
tion of tho principle that the will of
tho plutocrats should prevail over
that of tho mass of tho people
whoso individual property rating is
under S10,000. Many of tho names
given as annexationists and still
more, perhaps, as doubtful aro
among the most pronounced anti
annoxationists in Honolulu. It is,
moreover, safo to remark that in
numbers of cases it is doubtful if
tho taxpayers marked "a." pay thoir
due proportion of taxes on the valu
ation assigned to thorn. Tho Star
had hotter, any way, if it is to poso
as the exponent of American ideas,
appeal to tho ballot rather than to
the tax rolls for tho sentiment of
the country. How its argument
would result in the snowing under
of any candidates in whose favor it
might be used, in any kind of elec
tion in tho United States, tho most
careless reader of American news
papers, whether belonging to that
country or not, does not need to bo
informed. And how does tho Star
reconcile its imputation of aunoxa
tion partisanship to such an over
shadowing proportion of tho capi
talists and holders of sugar stocks
of tho country with its hitherto
frantic protestations that tho sugar
interest was really not in, but on
the contrary strongly antagonistic
to, tho annexation movement?
CHARGED WITH MURDER.
The Driver of tho Bullock Cart in
tho Ewa Collision Arrested.
Sam Mauake, the driver of the
bullock cart which caused tho death
of a Chinaman at Moanalua, Ewa,
on April 29th, was brought to towu
at 12:30 o'clock and locked up at tho
station. It will bo romomborcd that
on tho date mentioned tho bullock
cart and tho Cliiuamau collided and
the Chinaman was thrown to tho
ground. Ho suffered injuries from
which ho died shortly after. A
coroner's jury gavo a verdict that
tho man had mot with his death
through carelessness on his part.
Manako is now charged with care
lessly running into tho Chinaman's
horse and thus causing his death.
Tho promptness and certainty of
its euros have made Chamberlain's
Cough Iioiuody famous. It is in
tended especially for coughs, colds,
croup and whooping coughs, and is
tho most offoctual roiuody known for
tliufio diseases. Mr. C. JS, Main, of
Union City, Pa., says: "I havo a groat
sale on Chamberlain's Cough lloino
dy. I warrant ovory bottle and havo
never hoard of one failing to givtt
ontiro satisfaction." HO cout bottles
for salo by all doalors. Jiousou,
Smith & Co., ugonts for the Hawai
Received by Com
From the Secretary of
Published for the Information of
the Hawaiian People.
Honolulu, H. I., !
May 15, 189.1.
To the, People of the Hawaiian Inlands:
T doom it proper now to publish
tho following instructions
which 1 am acting:
DnPAivniKNT of State,
Washington, March 11, 18J.aj
The Honorable James 11. Blount, Etc.:
Sin,- Tho situation created in tho
Hawaiian It-lands by tho recont de
position of Queen Liliuokalani and
thoorection of a Provisional Govern
ment demands the fullest considera
tion of tho President, and in order
to obtain trustworthj' information
on this subject, as well as for tho
dischargo of other duties horoin
specified, ho has decided to despatch
you to the Hawaiian Islands as his
Special Commissioner, in which
capacity you will herewith receive a
commission and also a letter where
by tho President accredits you to
tho President of tho Executive and
Advisory Councils of tho Hawaiian
Tim comprehensive, dolicato and
confidential character of your mis
sion can now only bo briefly outlin
ed, tho details of its execution be
ing necessarily loft in great measure
to your good judgment and wise
You will investigate and fully ro
port to tho President all tho facts
you can' learn respecting tho condi
tion of affairs in the Hawaiian
Islands; the causes of tho revolution
by which tho Queen's government
was overthrown; tho soutimont of
tho people toward existing author
ity, and, in general, all that can
fully enlighten the President touch
ing the subject of yourmission.
lo enable you to fulfil this cliargo,
your authority in all mattors touch
ing tho relations of this government
to tho existing or other government
of the Islands, aud tho protection of
our citizens therein, is paramount;
and in you alone, acting in co-opora-tion
with tho commander of the
naval force,, is vested full discrop
tion and power to determine when
such forces should bo landed or
You are, howovor, authorized to
avail yourself of such aid and infor
mation as you may desire from tho
present Minister of tho United
States at Honolulu, Mr. John L.
Stevens, who will continue until
further notico to perform tho usual
functions attaching to his oflico, not
inconsistent with tho powers en
trusted to you. An instruction will
bo sent to Mr. Stevens directing him
to facilitate your presentation to tho
head of tho government upon 3'our
arrival and to rondor j-ou all uoedod
Tho withdrawal from tho Sonato
of the recently signed Treaty of An
nexation, for re-examination br tho
President, leaves its subject-matter
in abeyance, and you aro not charged
with any duty in respect thereto.
It may bo well, however, for you to
dispel any possiblo misapprehension
which its withdrawal may havo ox
cited touching tho entire friendli
ness of tho President and tho Gov
ernment of tho United States to
ward tho people of tho Hawaiian
Islands, or tho earnest solicitude
hero felt for thoir welfare, tran
quillity and progress.
Historical precedents, and the
general course of tho United States,
authorize tho employment of its
armed force in foreign territory for
tho security of tho lives and pro
perty of American citizons and for
the repression of lawless and tumult
uous acts threatening them; aud tho
powers conferred to that end upon
tho roprofontatives of tho United
States aro both necessary and pro
per, subject always to the oxorciso
of a sound discretion in thoir appli
cation. In tho judgment of the President
your authority as well as that of the
Commander of tho naval forces in
Hawaiian waters, should bo and is
limited, in tho use of physical
force, to such measures as aro neces
sary to protect tho persons aud pro
perty of our citizens; uud while
abstaining from any milliner of in
terference with tho domestic con
cerns of the islands, 3'ou should indi
cate your willingness to intorvono
with your friendly ollicos in tho in
terest of n peaceful hottlomont of
(roubles within the limits of sound
Should it bo necessary to laud an
armed force upon Hawaiian terri
tory on occasions of popular dis
turbance when tho local authority
may be unable to give adequate pro
tection to tho life and property of
citizens of the United States, the
assent of such authority hIiouM Jiisl
bo obtained, if it can bo done with
out prejudice to tho interests in-volvod.
Your powor in this regard should
not, howovor, bo claimed to tho ox
clusiou of similar measures by tho
representatives of other powors for
tho protection of tho livos and pro
perty of their citizens or subjects re
siding in tho Islands.
"While the United Statos claim no
right to interfere in tho political or
domestic affairs or in tho internal
coulliots of tho Hawaiian Islands
otherwise than as herein stated, or
for tho purpose of maintaining any
treaty or other rights which thoy
possess, this Government will adhere
to its consistent and established
policy in relation to thom and it
will not acquiesce in domestic inter
foronco by other powors.
Tho foregoing general exposition
of tho Prosidont's views will indi
cate tho safo courses within which
your action should bo shaped and
mark tho limits of your discretion
in calling upon tho naval commander
Tho United Statos Uovonuo Cuttor
"Hush" is under orders to await you
at San Francisco and convoy you to
A stenographic clerk will bo do
tailed to accompany you and remain
subject to your orders.
It is expected that you will uso all
convenient despatch "for tho fulfil
ment of your mission, as it is tho
Prosidont's desiro to havo tho re
sults before him at tho earliest possi
blo day. Besides tho connected ro
port you aro expected to furnish,
you will, from time to time, as occa
sion ma' offer, correspond with tho
Secretary of Stato, communicating
information or soliciting special in
struction on such points as you may
deem necessary. In caso of urgency
you may telegraph, eithor in plain
text or in tho cipher of tho Navy De
partment, through tho kind offices
of the Admiral commanding, which
may bo sent to Mr. V. A. Cooper,
United States Despatch Agent at
San Francisco, to bo transmitted
Reposing the amplest conlidonco
in your ability aud zeal for tho
realization of the trust thus confided
I am, Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. Q. GimsiiAM.
While 1 shall refrain from inter
ference between conflicting forces of
whatever nationality, for supremacy,
I will protect American citizens not
participating in such conflict.
JAMES II. BLOUNT,
Special .Commissioner of tho United
States of America.
DEATH OF AN ARTIST.
Robert C. Barnfiold Roaches tho
Close of a Life of Suffering.
Robert C. Barnlield, artist, died at
tho Queen's Hospital j'estorday
afternoon, ageil tt8 years. Ho was a
native of Gloucester, England, and
tho son of a retired naval officer.
A widowed mother and two sisters
in his native land will mourn for
him, besides brothers in different
parts of tho world.
Mr. Barnlield was in his youth
articled to an architect, but later
took up tho profession of stone
engraving. Ho left England ton
years ago to look for health in more
gonial climes, ho having been a suf
ferer since childhood from asthma
and bronchitis. Coming out to New
Zealand he wont thonco to tho Phoe
nix group, whore Mr. J. T. Arundel
has largo guano interests. Sevon
years ago Mr. Barnlield arrived in
Honolulu on his friend Mr. Arundel's
steamer Explorer, tho vessol that
was bought by tho last Gibson Gov
ernment and changed in naino to
In this climate Mr. Barnlield
found somo bouclit and doubtless
prolonged his life, but was frequent
ly prostrated undor attacks of his
old maladies. For more than a year
ho had lived in a cottage on tho hos
pital grounds, but had to bo remov
ed two mouths ago to a sick ward.
His sufferings in his last illness wore
very great, and nothing but his born
pluck prevented his earlier succumb
ing to the last enemy. During Mr.
Barnfiold's periods of comparative
ease in his Hawaiian residence ho in
dulged his artistic bent with tho
brush. His specialty was water
color sketching from nature. Many
beautiful works remain as memen
toes of his visits lo some of tho
most picturesque parts of tho
group. When a Hawaiian exhibit
for tho World's Fair was ponding,
ho began on a collection of Hawaiian
fishes. A lot of beautiful specimens
in their brilliant natural colors wero
completed when tho Legislature
voted against an exhibit. Could tho
assortment, fillod up from Mrs.
Whitney's collection, bo lithograph
ed aud published in book form, it
would make one of the handsomest
souvonirs of Hawaii ovor produced.
Mr. Barnlield made warm friends
of all whom ho caino in contact with,
his cheerful disposition and cordial
ways, always maintained in spite of
almost constant physical distress,
coupled with agreeable and culti
vated powers of conversation, making
him the best of company. His
funoriil takes place (his afternoon
from St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Sudden Death of Fred. Wilhelm.
Mr. Fred. Wilhelm, tho popular
purser of tho Mikiiluila, died rather
suddenly of hoari -disease yesterday
afternoon at his residonco on Queen
street. Ho was .taken sick on tho
last outward trip of tho Mikahalu
and had to return to town by tho
steamer Waialoalo, arriving hero on
Saturday. The deceased, who was
for many years a faithful employee
of tho i. 1. S. N. Co., will bo much
missed by his niany friends through
out tho islands. Tho fiiuural took
place this afternoon.
Pursor Frank Poor, of the steain
or Iwalani, has succeeded the Into
Mr. Fred. Wilhelm as purser of tho
sfonmor .Mikahalu, Purser Pigott
of the Waialoalo will go us purser
on tho Iwalani.
Our roport of a nyiilo trip by
.Messrs, CiiminiiiH, Prince Cupid ami
A. L. C. Atkinson around thu island
bus boon deferred.
Perhaps you do not believe these
statements concerning Green's Au
gust Flower. Well, we can't make
you. We cau't force conviction in
to your bead or med
Doubtlnrr iciue into your
throat. We don't
Thomas. want to. The money
is yours, and the
misery is yours; and until you are
willing to believe, and spend the one
for the telicf of the other, they will
stay so. John H. Foster, 1122
Brown Street, Philadelphia, says:
" My wife is a little Scotch woman,
thirty years of age and of a naturally
delicate disposition. For five or six
years past she has been suffering
from Dyspepsia. She
Vomit became so bad at last
that she could not sit
Evory Meal, down to a meal but
she had to vomit it
ns soon as she had eaten it. Two
bottles of your August Flower have
cured her, after mauy, doctors failed.
She can now eat anything, and enjoy
it; and as for Dyspepsia, she does riot
know that she ever had it" Q
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notico of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
Nut Ire Is Uvriliy Riven tlmt lv virtue of n
power of Milii iMirtiilni'il In h certain imirtirugc,
ilntctl tlie 1st ila "t February, A. 1). lMU, nintlu
hv W. k'AU'NM n( Honolulu, ls-liiml of Oalill.
to Alexander .'. rnrlwrlglit now ileocie-oil hs
Trustee of tlie I-.-lnte of It. W. Holt, reeonleil In
tliuollleu of tlie lli'Klstrnr of 1'oiivi'viiinitt.i, In
LlbiTliM, fullo I'.U-ii. liruce Cnrtwrlirfit of snlil
Honolulu, mini I nlitrntor with the will annexed,
unci Trustee of tlie lMnte of It. W. Holt lute of
Milil Honolulu, dioeased, Intends to foreelosc
said mortgnse for a breach of the conditions In
mid lnnrtgtge eonliilneil, to-wlt: the non-payment
of tin lntiTi'iit when due.
Notice IhiiImi hereby given that all and sing
ular the IiiihK tenements and hereditaments
in S.11I1I iiinrtgaue contained nnil described will
be sold ill itihllc auction at the auction room of
James 1 Jlurgan on Utieeii street In mid Hono
lulu on WIDNKSDAY, the 17th day of May, A.
1). IS'J.1, at H o'clock noon of said day.
Tlie proierty in said mortgage Is thus des
All that curtain piece or parcel of laud situate
oil" Nuuntiu Avenue, at Auwalolliiiu in said Ho
nolulu, bell g the lnakal half of Itojal Patent
No. iilSi. bind (."oinnilsslon Award No. l:S!l is
"lied to Ka il, and being the same iiremt'os that
were conieycd to the Mild W. Kaliina by II. E.
Haleiikiilaby deed dated March lei, 1S1U, and
recorded hi Liber in on folios "13 ami 'Jl I. and
bounded and dcscilhcd as follows: Hhoomaka
ana liia kckihl tlema makiil o keia e pill ana
me ko I'uai 1111 ulna, a e liolo alia i ka Akau
:w'i Koiiiohanii .51 K-12 kapuai ma ka L'nauiia.
Akau ."li'.j3 Ilkiua BO kapuai, nana I ka lima.
Ileum 0i7-l"J ;apiiiil ma ko Kaaua. Akau ti'.l
llikinal.:is kiiilnhao a liikl I ke kihi mauka.
Ileum .- H'.kiua I;) 7-12 kapuai ckmiwalealka
npaiia inaiiku. Alalia Ileum I7'4C Koinohama
ill) kapuai. Ilema :i"4.- IIIkiiia2i -1-12 kapuai.
Iluimi.ts',3 Kiiiiioliaual2 2-12 kapuai. Ileum
::()'., lllktit 1 til s-12 kapuai. HcmaCV Komo
I1111111.VJ kapuai e pill ana keia ine ko Uiiimna,
a hikl I kalii 1 hoomaka ia ill ke ana ana, a nia
luko ola apaiia he 2$i'i annua ill.
Ailmlnislnil ir with thu Will annexed and
Trustee of he KMute of It. W. Holt deceased.
TKU.MS f iSll. Deeds at expense of pur
chaser. Jty Tor iuitber particulars apply to J. M.
Monsarrat, Attorney for Administrator and
Until! Honolulu, April 22, lb!. 727-2t
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Salo.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
power of Mile contained in a certain mortgage,
dated tlie 21th dav of October, A. I), ls'jl, made
by MAUI A TIAUOItA C.HACIA, otherwise
known as Malia, nee Samedio of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, to J. M. Monsarratof said Hono
lulu, Trustee for Kllza P. Luce, recorded in the
ulllce of the Itegistrar of Conveyances In I.lber
V.ti folios -139-4 II, the said J. M. MoiiMirrat, Trus
tee as afniesald, Intends to foreclose said mort
gage for a breach of the conditions in said
mortgage contained, to-wit: the non-payment
of the principal unci interest when due.
.Notice Is also hereby given Hint all and sing
ular the hinds, tenements and hereditaments
lu said mortgage ncntalued and described will
be sold at public miction at the auction room
of .billies 1. Morgan, on Oucen street, In said
Honolulu, 011 Wi:iiXi:si)AY, the 17th day of
May, A. I). ls'J.l, at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
'1 lie property in said mortgage is thus describ
All that certain piece or parcel of land situate,
in Keiiuhou, Kalllii, In snlil Island of Oalill, be
ing Annua 1 of ltoynl Patent Urant Xo.'lKland
bounded and described as follows: K hoomaka
ma ke kllii akan 11 kela 11 u bele hlk. I2! deg.
kom.22ll kaul. 111a ko Knalwa, alalia hem. It)
deg. hlk. U..M) kaul, alalia hem. nil deg. koui, M
kaul. 11111 ka paleua no lCahnlchaii, alalia, liciu.
IUileg.hik.il. 12 kaul., alalia ak. 0:1 deg. hlk.
J.lii kaul. ko Kalinlkii, alalia, hem. :!U deg. hlk.
S.I5 kaul. in 11 ka paleua no Kaloaha
Iati, alalia, uk. ak, deg. hlk. 2.12
kaul. alalia, ak. :!;;$ deg. komoliania, ti.nn
kaul. ma ka paleua no Kanekcawe, abitla, ak.
V2 deg. liik. 1 kaul. ahilhi, ak. :i2 deg. kom. 2.20
kaul. 11111 ka paleua 110 Knukoa a hikl 1 ka hoo
maka ana. Area 2 acres, and being tlie same
premises that ware conveyed to the mid Maria
Tiadorn Urartu by her fiillier I'edroSainedlo by
deed dated June 17th, 1N70. and recorded lu the
ulllce of thu Itegistrar of Convcvances In said
Honolulu, in Ubur HI 011 folios l:li) and l:il.
.1, M. MONSAltKAT.
Trustee for I'.llzn P. Luce, Mortgagee.
TICIl.MS CASH. Heeds at expense of pur
chaser. fi'-MP" For further particulars apply to J. M.
Hated Honolulu, April 22, Wxi. 727-21
lopl Hawaiian Opera Ooie
i. .1. I.ovoy I.esseo.
II. Itergur Manager.
May SO, 1B93,
Wk-rAUTlOUbAltS IiATEU -
Y1&- Itox I'laii now opmi nt tlio ollli-o nf
I.. .1. I.uvoy, corner fort anil Queoii Mtruot.
ON' TlllMtSJMY, Hi
Til INBT., UK-
street find Wni.
Il;l oil KIiil' street. 11 (iolil Alnmim-nin
Ilicnst I'lu of American Two niul Ono-liulf
Dollar llnlns. Kinder will ho Miltulilv r
wiinleil liy leaving at this olllco. T1&M
I70UU CUNT HAWAIIAN HTA.MI'l'.I)
J' i:iivoliiion, ly'anwlli'd or Uiirniu-nlluil,
JllgliMl prleu imld. Apply ut tliUoilluu.
Sawalian Harflware Co., L'tt
Saturday, May IS, 1898.
One of the best moves of
the Provisional Government is
the creation of a Department
of Agriculture and appointing
such a practical man as Mr.
Marsden as Commissioner.
The horticulturist and gentle
man farmer have been yearn
ing for something to fill this
large aching void in this res
pect and their wants are now
satisfiedi The grocer whose
stock of good things is mixed
with garden seed, red herring
and other brie a brae feels
safer in the seed department
of his business under the
guardianship of a commission
er of agriculture. The farmer
may feel safe in planting seed
according to the directions in
the catalogue and may be rea
sonably sure that they will re
semble the portrait on the out
side of the package. Heretofore
one could never feel sure
when they planted a package
of lima beans whether beans
or wild parsnips would be the
result. Under the influence
of a Commissioner of Agricul
ture seeds are guaranteed to
come up as represented. The
man who planted in joyous
laughter the seeds of the
ostensible pansy and car
nation only in tears to reap
the bachelors button and the
glistening foliage of the sorg
hum will now rest easy and
get rid of his insomnia. He
can now plant the seed of the
Morning Glory and the Moon
flower and have the front of
his house look like a florist's
advertisement in the Century
Magazine; no more danger of
a bunch of Norway oats and a
hill of corn trying to climb the
strings nailed up for non-resident
vines. The Commission
er of Agriculture will see to
these things even thougfh he
neglect to tell you that the
ingredients for an insecticide
strong enough to rid the coun
try of the McKinley blight can
be obtained from us. Leave
Speaking of agriculture re
minds us of the Hendry Break
er about which we have writ
ten occasional thoughts. We
have sold these plows to plan
tation managers who have had
more or less difficulty with
plows until they hearkened to
the voice of the inventor and
bought the Hendry and what
they now say is the best break
er in the world. The roots
seven feet deep and stones as
close together as you find them
in a Vermont pasture have no
depressing effect upon him
now, his plow scours all right
and work comes easy. Any
man who desires to make
plowing a pleasure can do so
by using a Hendry Breaker.
The dry months are rapidly
approaching but the promised
pumping plant for Makiki re
mains in embryo. Private citi
zens feel the necessity for
water and suggest the Aer
motor as the best means of
securing it. If we were to re
commend it here people would
say we have only selfish inter
ests to serve; for that reason
we refrain from saying publicly
that it is the best windmill on
earth and that it will pump
water while other mills stand
idle, that with the tower and
wheel being galvanized you
have a sure thing against rust
and wear. There are other
good points we could tell of
and will when you come in to
inquire about them.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite BpreukvlH llluuk,
TEMPLE OF FASHI
Corner Iort Be Hotel Streets.
TWO GREAfSPECIALTIES !
1 beg to inform tho ltillcs tlint I Imvo rceoivetl a Largo and Com
plete I.lno of tlie Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
Kor I.tuliox, Gentlemen, Misses nml Children In Silk, Lisle and Cotton.
INFANTS' Ol'KNWOUK SOCKS IN HAIiilttlGAN
INFANTS' Ol'KNWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST ULACK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
us- Coiuineiicing SATURDAY tbe 13th, '&
WHEKK CHEAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices a.s -Advertisoci in m.y Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am oiruruie Extra Inducements in that lino. Received about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
Man-ufacturers! Samples !
IN SWISS, Al'LIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
JtTe-w Designs I Very Olaoloe Patterns I
8" Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in Windows "itStfi
O-u-rtetiJCL IMIsiterisils I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 4S INCHES WIDE, AT iKc.
3 . JEu JrdC
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., -
EVERY SMOKER KNOWS THAT THE
GBD Briar Pipes!
of the Very Best
JUSTLY : CELEBRATED : FIFES
Direct from the Factory, which we offer at
Prices to Please th.e People
HOLLXSTER, & CO.,
R,HioHJ3srT .A.:R,:R,rv-A.i. "ta.oo:r,.a."
DAYS FROM LIVERPOOL
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
White Bros. Portland Cement !
Roulio Hurlior Limo, Powell DttlFryn Large Steam Coal.
ANGLO CONTINENTAL GUANO WORKS CO.'S
Guano " Ooncentrado
Ohlendorff's Special Gano Mauuro, Ohlondorli's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
Steel Emails, 14, IS, 18&20 Dos.;
DOLTS, NUTS and FISH PLATES TO SUIT.
RAGS Rico, dial and Paddy;
WIRE Qulvaiilzutl, VurtilHliuil, Mack and Gulvunized Barbed;
GARDEN FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
-A.rLO-b.ors sljolcL OtLStixis
Yullow Mutnl Hlii'iitliliitf, Coal Tar,
rutin ami corrugated tiuivanucu iron,
Siiuitri! and Amli Fire DricltH,
niuging, utiivani.i'd miiisr ripo, irniii loin,;
Sliviit Lt'iid, Slitiet 'Aim,
U'ilden's Charcoal Tin Platen,
Higgin's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
56 Found Bags;
LIVERPOOL OOAltSU SALT, liaili Iiul'h;
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
IIKDIIOOM SOTB IN
SCOTCH (WESTS OF
WRITING DESKS IN
CORNER and HALL
French. Iron Bedsteads !
JPj&JOSTTS and OILS I
COaiPLETlfl STOCK OF SADDLMRY,
Grain, Hay aud Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
t"C -Li X CJJ JEdL ,
- - Honolulu, H. I.
Quality, the Trade Mark
guarantee of their excel-
Ve have received a lot
- - - Hlonol-ul-u., H. I.
Iron Tanks, 100 gallon;
id 0. G. yt t
uiittoring, Wiinru tun
MAPLE, WALNUT and
ROSEWOOD and MAHOGANY,
CHAIRS, CARD TAIILES, Etc.,
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