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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1893.
In iho homoatoadintr schoino of
tho Govornmunt, for opening up tho
Government and Crown lands to
sottlomont, tho plan adopted by Uio
Quoon lastyoar is followed almost,
if not altogether, to tho lottor. That
plan was fully described in tho
Bulletin on its adoption. Repub
licanism can therefore, it is to bo
seen, got some points from royalty
In commenting on a rackot got
up in Cuba by a parcel of field
hands, led by a few cigar-makers
from Koy West, tho Chicago Post
saya: "The nest thing in ordor is a
demand for annexation to tho United
States. Tho example of Hawaii is
catching, and tho Cuban prouuncia
monto is doubtless iuspired by recout
events in Honolulu. But it will
tako a great many generations for
Cuba to become ripo for either an
nexation or independence." It is
possible that tho "Hawaiian pear" is
not quite "ripo" yet, either.
Norway has a cabiuot crisis on
hand which may bo serious. King
Oscar refused to sanction a resolu
tion of the Norwegian Storthing iu
favor of the appointment of Nor
wegian consuls to represent the ship
ping and commercial interests of
Norway abroad instead of Norway
depending for consular representa
tion, as at present, upon consuls re
presenting both Sweden and Norway.
Thereupon the ministry rosignod
and it is said their action brings to
a critical stage the dispute long
pending upon tho consular issue.
English Opinion on Nordhoff.
I find by reading sovornl loading
papors from tho Statos, that Mr.
Nordhoff, through his ablo article to
tho N. Y. IlornUi, has already got in
his deadly work against tho "Upas
troo," lately planted in Hawaii.
Even in England Mr. Nordhoff is
well known, and his writings appre
ciated. The Birmingham Post after
quoting his article says: "Proforen-
uni sugar liuorusia, tumor uio ciiaugu
of tho lately eluded President
Cleveland are not likely to bo fost
ered in Hawaiian interests, and thus
wo fancy this last Hawaiian revolu
tion may possibly not continue to
present tho sanfo alluring entice
ments to tho American nation. Ha
waii boing a native country it seems
strange to us that, in this imbroglio,
tho natives seem to have been ignor
ed altogether; and it is this point
alone, we believe, that led President
Cloveland to withdraw tho treaty,
and send Commissioner Blount to
report on the situation. From vari
ous American papors wo gather that
U. S. Minister Stevens took a pro
minent part in overthrowing the
monarchy, and, if this should bo
proved, the United atates will un
doubtedly restore tho Quoon. Uudor
tho peculiar circumstances that
Amorica is placed in by tho action
of her Minister to Hawaii, wo can
not seo how America can do other
wise than restore tho monarchy, with
strict justico to herself ami tho Ha
waiian nation?' Tho public will
soon learn that the pusillanimous
writers hero, who undertook to dam
ago the voracity of Mr. Nordhoff as
a writer would stand in comparison
to that gentleman, as an insignifi
cant gnat to a royal Bengal tiger.
By Jna. F, Morgan.
Interruption to tho Demolition of a
Houso at ICamoililli.
Mr. Kola, an omployeo in tho Ho
nolulu Iron Works, Rent throo mon
David Manann, Knloikuahino and
Hunauo to Kanioiliili this morn
ing to tear down a certain houso
which was alleged to be owned by
his wife. The men went out to
comply with his order. Shortly bo
foro noon, a man named Lui ap
peared on the scene and demanded
of them t.o desist. Lui reported at
tho Police Station and the men were
arrested on tho charge of malicious
injury and mischief. Thoy secured
bail of $30 apiece this afternoon.
Tho property has been held by
two elderly mon, whoo foster child
is .Mrs. Kola, and it is claimed tho
house belonged to her. Tho man
Lui, however, puts in a counter
claim, honco the trouble.
The advertising of Hood's Sarsa
parilla appeals to tho sobor, common
senso of thinking people, becauso it
is truo: and it is alwavs fullv sub
stantiated by endorsements which in
the financial world would bo ac
cepted without a moment's hesita
tion. Thoy tell tho stor' Hood's
Denial by Mr. W. H. Hoogs.
Mr. W. H. Hoogs denies that ho
signed a petition in favor of tho lot
tery bill, as stated in tho lottor of
Mr. Nordhoff copied in the Bulle
tin. His name appears iu copies of
lists, but as yot the original petition
with its signatures is not available
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Hawaiiau Harflware Co., L'fl
At Uio Stnblos rear of tho Offleo of J. I.
Dowsctt. Queen sticct, I will soil
nt Public Auction about
i vj livuu. linn vu x vuiiu
BROKEN TO SADULK.
Horse and Harness.
Government papers are making a
great boasting about the saving that
is going to be effected from tho ob
literation of the royal establishment.
With a military expenditure at tho
rate of over $322,000 for tho biennial
period, as shown in this paper a few
days ago, the taxpayers have no roa
son to anticipate that economy will
make ,a glittering show on tho es
cutcheon of the Provisional Govern
ment. The best means for giving
confidence in its policy of economy
would be for the Government to be
gin saving. Thus far its best en
deavors would appear to bo dovoted
to a policy of borrowing.
Letter from Mr. Nordhoft.
Will you kindby say for mo in your
next issue, that 1 regret very sin
cerely having published tho uamo of
Mr. SV. H. Hoogs as ono of those
who signed a petition "to the
Legislature or to tho Queen
for tho passago of tho Lottery
Bill." I havo learned since you
republished my Now York Her
ald letter that Mr. Hoogs did not
sign said petition, but was, on tho
contrary, opposed to the whole
Of course nothing is further from
my intentions than to injure inno
cent persons, aim in tins case 1 sup
posed 1 used special care.
Honolulu, May 19, 1893.
Among previously overlooked va
garies of the Star was an article that
appeared a few days ago, describing
how effectually the United Statos
'revenue cutters would wipe out
smuggling in this group after an
nexation. It is in order to ask after
that whether it was the editor of
the Star, when on the staff of tho
San Francisco Chronicle, who wrote
the graphic description iu that jour
nal of the "Smugglers' Paradise,"
that name being given to the whole
Pacific Coast line. The descriptive
article in question made prominent
the alleged utter inadequacy of the
revenue cutter service, which the
Star says would clean out tho smug
glers from the rugged coasts of these
islands, in ridding tho coasts of
Washington, Oregon aud California
of the same fraternity.
FULL TEXT OF DESPATCH.
Telegraphic Advices to Minister
Blount from Washington.
On the day tho latest mail from
the Coast arrived, His Excellency
J. H. Blount kindly gave a repre
sentative of this papor an extract
from the despatch apprising him of
his appointment. The Minister
now favors tho Bulletin with a copy
of the despatch in full as below:
Continuation of the Trial of Herring
A jury satisfactory to the prosecu
tion and the dofonso was obtained
at 3:10 p. m. yestordaj' in the murder
cabu. The trial has since been pro
gressing. Nothing of importance
has been elicited by tho prosecution
beyond what was published in tho
papers at tho time of the shooting
and death of D. L. Huntsman, with
whoso murder C. A. Herring is
Held for Investigation.
A Japanese named Mori was
brought to tho Police Station at 9:15
o'clock yesterday e ening by Police
Officer No. 5. He was seen in tho
act of running, as if endeavoring to
evade someone, near Thomas Square.
Three pistol shots were heard a
short while before tho man was seen
by tho ollicer. Tho Jap was locked
up pending an investigation. It is
surmised tnat tho man had entered
tho wrong promises and was fired at,
although ho will not admit such to
bo tho case.
This is the query per
What is petually on your little
boy's lips. And he ia
It For ? no worse than the big
ger, older, balder-headed
boys. Life is an interrogation
point. "What is it for?" we con
tinually cry from the cradle to the
grave. So with this little introduc
tory sermon we turn and ask: "What
is Aur.usT Flowuk for ?" As easily
answered as asked : It is for Dys
pepsia. It is a special remedy for
the Stomach and Liver. Nothing
more than this ; but this brimful.
We believe August Flower cures
Dyspepsia. We know it will. We
have reasons for knowing it. Twenty
years ago it started in a small country
town. To-day it lias an Honored
place iu every city and country store,
possesses one of the largest manu
facturing plants in the country and
sells everywhere. Why is this ? The
reason is as simple as a child's
thought. It is honest, does one
thing, and does it right along it
G. G. GUI: EX. Sole Man'fr.Wucxiburv.NJ.
Mortgagee's Notico of Intention to
Forecloses and of Salo.
TVJOTICE 18 HEHE11Y GIVEN THAT,
Jl.i In mirsuaneo ot n Power of Sale con
tained in n certain Indenture of Mortgage
executed September 0th, 1802, by William
O. Aohi and Isabella A. Acbl, bis wife, of
Honolulu, to Charles K. Bishop and Sam
uel II. Damon, partners under tho linn
name of Bishop it Company, of said Hono
lulu, and recorded in Liber lit!) at pagos '2(W
to 1!70, tho said mortgagees Intend to fore
close tho said mortgage, for condition
broken, to wit: tho non-payment of the
principal and interest secured thereby
when due. And notico is hereby further
given tnat, upon sueu loreciosure nu un
less said mortgage shall havo been sooner
paid), it is the intention of said Mortgagees
to sell the property therein and thereby
doteribed and mortgaged, at Publio Auc
tion, at the auction rooms of Janios F.
Morgan, in said Honolulu, on SATUR
DAY, the SJth day of May, 18SU, nt la
IW" l'"or further particulars apply to C.
W. Ashford, Attorney for Mortgagees,
Merchant street, Honolulu.
15?- Sale has been postponed to SAT
URDAY, June li, lbi)3.
1J1SH01" & CO., Mortgagees.
MIK ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
lintish Benevolent society will he
held ut the Y. M. O. A. Hall on TUESDAY'
EVENING, 2.ld May, at 7:30 o'clock.
U. S. Despatch AaE.scr, 1
San Fbancisoo, Cal., May 10, 1893.
Hon. James H. Blount,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sir: I am in receipt of a tele
gram from tho Hon. W. Q. Gresham,
Secretary of State, under date of tho
9th instant in which I am instructed
to send by mail tho following mes
sage to you j
"To James H. Blount, Amorican
Commissioner, Honolulu. Your re
port of April 26th received. Tho
views therein expressed and the
steps taken by you havo tho Presi
dent's approval. The President,
having determined to recall Mr.
Stevens, despatch is forwarded to
him to-day directing him to turn
ovor tho Legation to you forthwith.
"You are hereby appointod Euvoy
Extraordinary and Ministor Pleni
potentiary to tho Hawaiian Islands.
Your commission boars date May
9th. You may tako oatli boforo
Consul General, and thereupon an
nounce your appointment. While
your acceptance permanently would
greatly gratify the President your
wishes will control. A now Consul
General will speedily bo appointed.
The representations of Bowen and
Sowall aro wholly unauthorized and
repudiated by tho President, who re
peats that you alone are authorized
to ropreBont him iu all matters em
bodied in tho instructions given you
boforo your departure for Hawaii.
"Socrotnry of State."
I am, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
(Sig.) W. A. Cooi'Kii,
U. S. Despatch Agent,
The stars and stripes, which for two
months have iloated fiom the govern
ment building at Honolulu, have been
liuukd down by ordur of Commission
er Blount and replaced by tho ll.ie; of
the monarchy. It will be remember
ed that Mr. Blount was dispatched to
Hawaii by President Cleveland as a
c'uminiHMoni'r of the government to
investigate the advisability of annex
ing the islands to the United States.
I he events preceding tins, the pro
tectorate, Mr. Harrison's propoeed
treaty ami its withdruw.il by Presi
dent Cleveland are fiesh in the public
While it was thought that Mr.
Blount's report upon the condition of
affairs in Hawaii would form the ba
sis of action for the now administra
tion, it was not even surmised so far
as the Herald knows, that ho was
clothed with any power to act in the
mat'er. The country is surprised,
Ihcreforc, to find that Commissioner
Blount went' to Hawaii armed with
all tho necessary uuthority to haul
down the United States Hag aud older
that of the monarch, under Queen
Liliuokulaui, to ho again floated totho
lircees. The report which Commis
sioner Blount will make to the govern
ment upon hid mission and its acliiev
liients will bo read with intense inter
est by the wholo reading woild, if it
shall bo given to the public. What
lie found to bo the true Mute of ufluirb
in the island, thetiue seiitineutof the
people, the reasons upon which he
founded his action, will nuike Mr.
Blomil'n report u document much to
At all events, Hawaii is not to he a
territory of the Uiiitul States Prom
what wo knew of Mr Cleveland's ideas
of governmental policies, wo readily
saw that if the Itepulilican somite
fai eil to ratify Mr. IJ.irrisou's propos
ed treaty, thai hastily construed d
document would never attain tho dig
nity of international law. Its with
drawn! ly the now administration whs
no surprise. The agitation for the
annexation of Hawaii from Iho liist
smacked too much of foul play and
corruption to win unanimous approv
al, or the approbation of the president,
Tim country will anxiously await
fuilliur dovolopTiionlB anil a detailed
account of the negotiations which
have led to tlin abandonment of the
Hood's Pills euro llvor ills, jaun
dice, biliousness, sick headache, constipation.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE MEM
bcrs of the Hawaiian Jockey Club
will be held on SATURDAY, May ::7th, at
10 o'clock a. iu., at the olliceof O. 0. Berger
for the jmrpo-o of considering the advisa
bility of holding the races on Knuiehanie
huljay. THE COMMITTEE.
A TAN LEE
l tho rice plantation
COMPANY HAS LEASED
plantation from L. Akuu,
formeilv known as Yce Tui Wni Company,
at Wululun, with all the cattle, water
rights, tools, etc., for tho term of si years
from April !, lW)i, to July, 1SU'), at the rate
of $ 1 100 a year. Hereafter Man Leo Com
pany will not he responsible for any debts
owing bv Yee Tai Wni and Mee Tai Wai.
MAN LEE COMPANY.
Honolulu, May 10, IS I. 731-1 w
rpilE SCHOONER 'NOHM A,'
JL 53 Tons Register, substan
tially built of Oak and Cedar;
Coniier and Conner Fastened.
For price and particulars apply
72ii-tf THEO. II. DAVlES CO.
THE 1'KOI'EHTY TO BE 601.1) IS AS FOLLOWS!
1 All that certain tract of land contain
ing 30-100 acres at Kolawnhinc, Honolulu,
aforesaid, convoyed to me by Bishop it
Company, by deed recorded in the Hawai
ian Registry of Conveyances in Book 112,
2 All that tract of land containing 12G
acres at Kealnkomo, Puna, Hawaii, con
veyed to mo by Wailehua and wife, by
deed recorded in Book 113, page 281, and
being part of Royal Patent Grant 2s'J3 to
Kcnaaulan! ct al.
3 All thattractof land containing 110.71
acres at Manawai, Molokai, convoyed to
me bv Hoonii Olepau. bv deed recorded in
Book 118, iago ISO. and being part of L. C.
A. 4000 to Hoomiulu.
4 All that tract of land containing 4.20
acres at South Kona. Hawaii, conveyed to
mo by 1). W. Kealalama, by deed recorded
in Hook 12o, page 201, and'being the land
described in Koyal Patent 5343, L. 0. A.
aiH to ivaoleniaKuiP.
5 All thattractof land containing 27.500
squaic tcct at Kapalama, Honolulu, afore
said, convoyed to mo by Lau Chong, by
deed rccorJed in Hook , page , and
being part of Koyul Patent 401, L. 0. A.
H30o to Kanoa.
b All that tract of land 150 by 150 feet,
being Lot 321, Hlock li, at Pearl City, Ea,
Oahu, conveyed to mo b Oahu Itailway it
Land Company, by deed recorded in Hook
127, pago 2SS.
7 One share in Holualoa, I and 2 North
Kona, Hawaii, transferred to me and J. K.
Nahale by Kaoiwi by deed recorded in
Jkiok 127, pago 421.
8 All those lands conveyed to mo by Ke
uloha Kalua, by deed recorded in iiook
130, page I'M, and being a one-half interest
iu the land containing 130 acres described
in ltoMil Patent 54711, L. C. A. 740U to 111
Jvauatoha at Kawanui 2, North Kona,
Hawaii, and all that land containing l'J
acres described in Koyal Patent Grant 1507
to Kalua at Kawanui 1, North Kona afore
0 All that tract of land containing 00-100
acio at Kalilii, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
voyed to me by S. Kiiaiai, by deed recorded
in'Hook 87. pago 401).
11 All that tract of land containg 30-100
acre at Kalihi, aforesaid, conveyed to me
by Komo, by deed recorded in Book DO,
11 Lots 0 and 11 at Kapalama, aforesaid,
being part of tho land convoyed to mo by
P. Kanoa by deed recorded in Book 01,
page 353, and being part of Koyal Patent
101, L. C. A. 83Uo to Kanoa.
12 All of that tract of land containing
702 fathoms at Keawanui, Molokai, con
voyed to mo by Kani Kanene, by deed re
corded in Book 02, page 202, andoeing the
land described in Koyal Patent 7081, L. C.
on the Ewa side of
" nsr e x: T ! "
SHAYING, HAIR GUTTING & SHAMPOOING
Queen Street Shaving Parlors
(Next door to Morgan's auction room)
SONS OF ST. GEORGE
(low Victoria's Birthday,
Wednesday Evening, May 24th,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Al their Hull over II. F. Wichman's .!
welr.s store. Fori street.
Tickets, :"T $2 Each
A. 1823 to Kaailepo.
13 That certain lot
my new homestead at Kapalama aforesaid,
conveyed to mo oy i.au uuong, Dy ueeu re
corded in Book 13.i, page 12.
14 All that land conveyed to mo by J.
Malm by deed recorded in Book 115, page
bt', being part of Koyal Patent Grant 280.1.
15 All that land containing 18-100 acre
at Kalawuhino, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
veyed to mo by DIM Kuwau, by deed re
corded in Book 107, page 125.
10 All those lands convoyed to mo by
Chung Waa by deed recorded in Book 111,
page 212, being Apanu 13 and 13 A, each
containing 08-100 ucic, more particularly
dc-cribed in Partition Deed recorded in
lioso lands conveyed to me b
To Admit One (lontluiuau anil
To be hail nt the
(IOLDI1N IU7I.K JIAHAAIl,
As onlv Herein v Tickets will be
Issued llrltlsh rcsldmilH or their descen
dant desiring to luku pari will oblige (lie.
Committee of AiraiigemeiiiH by semiring
Ticket early, so that nothing may Inter
fere with the comfort of guubts, 730td
Book 110, page 305,
17 All those lau
M. Hyde and wife, by deed recordd
Book 110, page 321, being Apana 11 and
HA, each containing IM-100 acre, more par
ticularly described iu said Partition Deed.
18 That certain lease of land containing
15,400 square feet at Kapalama aforesaid,
p.ut of Koyal Pntmit 101 to Kanoa, for 10
years from January 1, 1801, made to me by
Lau Chong rnd recorded iu Book 128, page
10 Ono buggy, ono express, ono bay
horso, four carts, four harnesses, and fonr
Ijorses used in my cartage business; one
half interest In S. 1C. Kaui A: Company, all
otllco furnituru in mv olllco No. 30. Mor-
clmut street, Honolulu, aforesaid, also 110
shares of stock in tho Kociprocity Sugar
in the Kona Coilee &
lu the Ewa Plan-703-lBt
Coiiiiiiuiv. 30 shares
Fruit Company, 5 shares
By Iiowis J. Lovey.
Land in Kau, Hawaii
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
On SATURDAY, May 20,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my Kales
room, 1 Piece Land, Waialoa,
Situated at Kaliuku, Kuu, 15 2-10 Aeres,
well adapted for the Cultivation of Coilee.
IW For particulars apply to
Lewis J. Levey,
Saturday, May 18, 1803.
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
satisfied. 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 fanner
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 though 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 fs 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
jiood points we could tell of
and will when you come in to
inquire about them.
TEMPLE OF FASHI
Corner Fort Se Hotel Streets.
TWO greaYMcialties !
1 beg to Inform the ladles that I havo received n Largo and Com
plete Lino of tho Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladles, Gentlemen, Misses and Children In Silk, Lisle and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN BALIHtlOAN
INFANTS OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT 1 WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
w Comuieuciiuj SATURDAY the 13tli, -m
WHEUE GKEAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices a,s .A-civertiseci in. my "Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am ollering Extra Inducement in that line. Itccelvod about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
3VCa,n'u.f,a.ot'U-rers' Samples !
IN SWISS, Al'LIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
ISTe-w Designs I Very Olioio Patterns I
figf" Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows "?ga
a-u.rtaln. ZMZa,teria,ls I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 4S INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
S . IB H31 2FL Xi X C3 xi ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honoluln, H. I.
' EVERY SMOKER KNOWS THAT THE
GBD Briar Pipes!
Are of the Yery Best Quality, the Trade Mark
jrnarantee oi' their excel-
"Wo havo received a lot
JUSTLY : CELEBRATED : PIPES
IDireet from the Factory, which we offer at
Prices to Please the People !
hollister' & CO.,
523 Port Street, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
PLEOEISTT .AJESEtrV-AXj "TAOORA"
128 DAYS FKOM LIVERPOOL
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
White Bros. Portland Cement !
Iloclio Harbor Lime, Powell Duffryn Large Steam Coal.
ANGLO CONTINENTAL GUANO WORKS CO.'S
OklendorH's Special Gano Maauro, Ohlondorlf's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
Steel Instils, 14, IS, IS & SOltos.;
HOLTS, NUTS and FISH PLATES TO SUIT.
-Iticc, Coal mill Paddy
Mack and Galvanized Barbed;
Job I'ri nli iii
executed at the
Matty unit promptly
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Sprcokclu' lljook,
GARDEN" FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
-A.xiolxors sim-cL Oliai-rLS
Yollow Motul Slieatliiuj,', Coal Tar, Iron Tiiukx, 100 gallon;
Plain and Corrugated Galvanized Iron.
Sininre and Arcb l''iro llricks, Down Pine,
Guttering, Hr,nare and O. G. yA to (lin.;
llldging, Galvanized AVater Pipe, from yt to Jin. ;
Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc,
Wildon'H Charcoal Tin Plates,
Hooting Slatea, Fire Clay.
Higgin's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
S3 Pound Bags;
LlVllltPOOI, OOAHfiE HAIr, Ili'lli bags;
HAWAIIAN COAHHI-rHAIr, 10011, bag.s;
HOOK b.VLT, SODA CIIYSTALS, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
HEDHOO.M H1',T. IS MAI'LK, WALNUT and ASH,
SCOTCH CIILSTS OF IMtAWKltH.
WHITING OLhKK IN HOSKWOOl) and MAHOGANY,
COHNEH and II ALL CIIAIHS, CAHI) TAULEB, Etc., Etc.
French Iron Bedsteads I
IPIIsTTS a,n.d- OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OF SADDLERY,
Grain, Hay aud Feed Stuffs Always on Hand