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THE DAILY BULUnt
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for thelhncflt of All,
MONDAY, MAY 22, 1893.
Mr. W. C. Lano wishes to ontor
his protost against having boon put
down as an annexationist iu tho
Star's taxation list. There aro
dozens like him of whom wo have
hoard, but, as Baid at tho outset, it
would bo a waste of tinio to begin
correcting tho list. It would only
havo to bo reconstructed from top
to bottom, and there is no occasion
for our borrowing plans of campaign
from tho Star anyway. Tho list in
question has only boon an object of
About all that tho Advortisor can
say about tho crushing arguments
of Mr. Spreckols is tho uttoranco of
a hope that Mr. Spreckols has boon
misroported by Mr. NordholT. This
hopo it might havo soon was a vain
one by roforonco to tho introductory
note in this paper, wherein Mr.
Nordhoff states that tho interview is
published hero by permission of Mr.
Sprockels. Very likely that astute
man of affairs would havo given
permission to publish, hero or else
where, a representation of his views
without knowing that it was correctl
The organs will find it as difficult to
answer Mr. Spreckols as thoy havo
found it to answer Mr. Nordhoff.
Since the foregoing was in typo, Mr.
Spreckols has emphatically sot tho
matter at rest by a letter to this
paper which is printed.
Meeting of Executive and Advisory
Councils This Afternoon.
At tho regular semi-weekly sos
sion of thoExeeutivo and Advisory
Councils this afternoon wore present:
Ministers Uolo (President), King and
1'orter; Councillors Damon ("Vice
President), Hatch, Eminoluth, Allen,
Watorhouse, MeChosnoy, Brown,
Tonnev, Young, Suhr, Nott, Morgan,
Wilder and ttolte. Dr. Hoduers,
secretary, read tho minutes of last
general session, which wore ap
proved, Minister Porter read tho weekly
financial statement, as follows:
Cash on hand, May V., 185)3, $21),-730.(55.
lieooipts, week, sale of bonds,.
Uocoipts, week, general revenue,
Total, .?15,(52 1.88.
General oxponses for week,
Available cash, May 20, 185)3, $3(5,
2(50.55. Outstanding indebtedness:
Troasurv notes, 11,000.00.
P. M. G" notes, :? 1(55,000.00.
Treasury notes, S0O0O.O0.
P. M. G. notes. $130,000.00.
Postal Savings Bank memo:
Excess of payments over receipts
during this period, 37,521.30.
Total notices withdrawals, P. S. B.,
to date, S3S,52S.O0.
Duo depositors this dalo, $511,-
Notices maturing this date, $18,
500.00. Estimated deposits for month of
Excess withdrawals over deposits
for week, $0,701.98.
Cash on hand, P. S. B., this day,
Expenses, Provisional Government
Expenses Provisional Govornmout
to date, $(51,15)8.53.
Expenses Provisional Government
during week, 742.73.
Tho matter then dropped and, tho
President announcing executive
business, tho Couucils went into so
Hawaiian Harflware Co, L'fl
OKGANS VS. NORDHOFF.
It is now some weeks siuco the
first report of Mr. Charles Nordhoff
on Hawaiian affairs has returned to
Honolulu iu the columns of tho New
York Herad. Every day the organs
of tho Government and the Annexa
tion Club havo teemed with scurri
lous abuse of Mr. Nordhoff, coupled
with bald denials of his published
statements. Still wo havo yet to see
any of tho Herald correspondent's
important assertions taken up by
the organs and refuted by proof
such as intelligent minds require for
conviction. At tho same time, as
this paper has in some casos pointed
out, proof of tho truth of Mr. Nord
hofFs representations has been fur
nished in articles on tho situation by
the organs themselves. Mr. Nord
hoff said the revolution was an af
fair of tho sugar interest. Tho Star
has been filling columns with tables
from tho tax lists to prove that the
body, blood and bones of tho annex
ation movement aro mado out of
sugar stocks. A digest of tho vari
ous contradictory positions taken by
tho annexation press siuco January
17 would make oiio of tho queerest
exhibitions of journalism ever pro
duced. Probably the organs aro
conscious of some of their egregious
shiftings of ground, which would
explain their reluctance iu meeting
Mr. Nordhoff with anything but
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS.
Sustained in California by tho
Besidos tho personal interest at
taching to tho news given bolow,
from tlio fact that Mr. Shortridge
visited Honolulu a while ago and on
his return homo published a fine
illustrated description of tho islands,
tho decision of tho California Su
premo Court quoted is of tho high
est importance to tho American
pross. Tho item is found iu tho
New York Journalist:
Editor Charles Shortridiro, of tho
San Joso Mercury, was fined $100 for
contempt of court, a few months
ago, for publishing testimony in a
divorce caso which was tried with
closed doors. Tho caso was carriod
to the Supreme Court, and a deci
sion returned in favor of Mr. Short
ridgo, as follows:
"Tho power or the court to con
trol conduct by command or pro
hibition is restricted to persons bo
foro it; it cannot determine tho con
duct of those over whom it has ac
quired no jurisdiction. Au order
forbidding tho publication of pro
ceedings cannot operate to affect tho
right or abridge tho liborty of ono
who is not a party to tho action at
trial. If what ho says or does is not
made unlawful by tho law of tho
laud, it cannot bo mado so by tho
order of the court, mado in a cause
in which the court had no jurisdic
tion over him."
By Jan. F. Morgan.
Letter from Mr. Spreckols.
In my interview with Mr. Chas.
Nordhoff recently published in tho
local papers I said just what I want
ed to say and what I believe to bo
true. Claus Spisuckels.
Card from Mr. Nordhoft.
Will you kindly say for mo in your
next issue, that I regrot very sin
cerely having published tho names
of Mr. T. F. Lansing and Mr. F. W.
McChesney as among those who
signed a petition "to tho Legislature
or to tho Queen for tho passage of
tho Lottery Bill." I havo learned
since you republished my Now York
Herald letter that Messrs. Lansing
and McChesney did not sign said
potition, but were, on tho contrary,
opposed to the whole thing.
Of course nothing is furttior from
my intentions than to injure inno
cent persons, and in this caso I sup
posed I used special caro.
Honolulu, May 22, 1893.
Picnic at Remond Grove.
Next Saturday night the much
talked of picnic and dance is to come
off. Tho Pacific Wheelmen boys aro
makiug groat arrangements for the
occasion, and by tho success of their
last dance, we fool sure of their
ability to make tho coming event as
delightful as tho former. The ener
gy with which this young club has
interested tho public of late with its
racos should be encouraged, and a
helping hand lent to aid them iu
attainiug their object, i. o., money
enough to fence thoir track, now al
There is nothing f have over used
for muscular rheumatism that gives
me as much relief as Chamberlain's
Pain Balm does. I have been using
it for about two yoara four bottles
in all as occasion required, and al
ways keep a bottle of it in my homo.
1 believe I know a good thing when
I get hold of it, and Pain Balm is
the best liniment 1 have over met
with. W. B. Denny, dairyman, Now
Lexington, Ohio. 50 cunt hot lien
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho llawai
boot ion z, memo.:
Paid to dato, Section 2, Appro
priation Bill, $113,214.60.
Outstanding bills, $47,000.00.
Memo., cash in treasury:
Silver in treasury to redeem certi
Eoad board fund in treasury, 37,
(521.07. School board fund in treasury,
Available cash, as above, 36,260.
35. Total cash in treasury, 386,453.62.
Mr. Hatch, from the Judiciary
Committee, reported favorably on
tho hill to amend the liquor law.
The bill passed to second reading.
Mr. Damon asked if there was anj
intention to form new companies of
sharpshooters, as ho had seen men
tioned in the papers. I would like
to say that in our present situation
wo have a good military force, equal
to anything that may arise, and to
increase tho forco would seem to
rather burden tho Government.
Perhaps it would bo enough to havo
more ollicors. Tho forco we havo
now, properly otlicored and drilled,
is fully sufficient to meet all that
may bo called for. To increase our
force beyond what is ample has an
appearance of weakness and timidity
on our part. 1 being only a layman,
however, 11133' nt be sufficiently
versed in such mattors.
President Dole These companies
of sharpshooters aro very simplo in
organization. Thoy aro somewhat
of tho nature of militia, and involve
only a nominal expense. Tho Gov
ernment furnishes ammunition for
target practice. Of course it is a
matter of policy. It has boon
thought that if thoro were men
wanting to go into such companies,
it was as well to authorize them.
Mr. Brown Has tho executive
authorized their organization?
President Dole No; except one
company at first organized.
Mr. Brown I feel something liko
Mr. Damon, that the formation of
unnecessary military forcos is some
thing like an invitation for some ono
to come and attack us. I do not soo
why the Govornmout should go to
tho expense of furnishing ammuni
tion or anything else. 1 think wo
havo enough forcos to make any
combination not assisted from tho
outside very sick boforo thoy got
Mr. Eminoluth said his motion
last week for enlisting tho civil ser
vice was in tho lino of reducing tho
military establishment. If thoy had
turned out officials who wore not in
sympathy with them, thoir military
might by this time have been largely
President Dole said tho principle
of that was probably correct. They
were always looking for facts to
enable them to act judiciously.
Mr. Bolto did not coincide at all
with tho views of Mr. Damon. In
time of peace prepare for war. It
was not inviting attack but avoiding
attack, by showing that thoy woro
prepared for anything that might
Mr. Wilder said tho last speaker
had stated his views. If thoro was
unybody willing to assist thorn thoy
should bo encouraged. Thoro would
bo very little organization, just
enough to keep thoni together. Why
did nations build men-of-war? Not
because they expected to use thorn,
but to have thorn ready to use in
case of necessity.
.Mr. Damon said he did not wish
to be misunderstood. His idea was
that tho military should bo under
their control as well as tho finances,
which they now had under control.
The present military forces were
well disciplined and could lie han
dled. It was with the idea of hav
ing everything under control that
he spoke, He believed iu having a
good military and would not stick at
a few dollar, if necessary a special
tax could be levied for tho support
of the military. He could bring in
a bill to make a revenue for that
purpose without touching the poor
President Dole stated that the ex
pense for additional sharpshooters
would bo merely nominal. Practic
ing once a week each man uses but
Mr. Lorenzo F. Sleeper is very
well known to the citizens of Apple
ton, Me., and neighborhood. He
says: " Eight years ago I was taken
" sick, and suffered as no oue but a
" dyspeptic can. I then began tak
" ing August Flower. At that time
"I was a great sufferer. Every
" thing I ate distressed me so that I
"had "to throw it up. Then in a
" few moments that horrid distress
" would come on and I would have
to eat and suffer
"again. I took a
"little of your med
" iciueaud feltmuch
"better, and after
" taking a little more
" August Flower my
peared, and since that time I
" nave never had the first sign of it.
"lean eat anything without the
"least fear of distress I wisii all
" that are afflicted with that terrible
"disease or the troubles caused by
"it would try August Flower, as I
" am satisfied there is no medicine
" equal to it."
By Lewis J. Levey.
Land in Kan, Hawaii,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
On SATURDAY, May 27,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will pell at Public Auction, at my Sales
room, One Piece Land, MAIALOA,
Situated at Kahuku, Kan, IS 2-10 Acres,
well adapted for the Cultiva
tion of Coll'ee.
For particulars) apply to
Hie'wis J". Levey,
lioyal Hawaiian Opera House
L. J. Levey Lessee.
On Satuiday Evening, May 27th,
And Thursday Evening, June 1st.
WILL BR l'KKSUKTEl) A
Grand Minstrel & Yariety Entertainment
By Men from the U. S. S. "Adams" and
H. II. M. S. "Hyacinth," assisted
by some of the
New -:- City :- Minstrels
IS All) OK tiii:
AMERICAN RELIEF FUND,
HUITJSH BENWVOI.ENT FUND,
KAl'IOLANI HOME FUND.
A First-class Entertainment.
Free from Vulgarity.
A CIRCLE OF SEVENTEEN
IN GENUINE MINSTRELSY.
Plantation Songs and Sketches !
Irish Character, Malo and Female
Jubilee Part Songs!
Plan at Lewis J.
NEW MASONIC TEMPLE.
f ADIESINTERKSTKD IN THE NEW
JL Masonic Hall are invited to contri
bute to a Table of Fancy Articles to be sold
in aid of the Furnishing Fund. Contribu
tion to be sent to
732-10t Eagle House.
T?XI'EitlENfEI) JAPANESE KCONO-
XU mien! Cool; and Wife wants situation
family, tiood ro-
to work for a llrst-cla
Saturday, May SO, 1898.
The "S. N. Castle" arrived
last Tuesday with sixty tons of
freight for us. Does that look
as though business had gone
to the bow-wows? We trow
not. The "Amy Turner"
brought us a lot goods from
Beanopolis, things for the buil
ders and the plantation. Our
stock is complete.
Among the "Castle's" cargo
for us is that which will bring
joy to the wife and mother,
and places the cook in posi
tion to snub the man who wants
to be clothed in the divine
right of suffrage. Instead of
his dividing the cares of the
household, letting his master
take one half and the mistress
the other, his merriment will
create in him a desire to pre
empt the whole aggregation;
harmony will be restored and
the glad sunlight will come
back to the roof tree. Dys
pepsia will disappear and the
gastric nature of the family
will depart with the entrance
of the Fischer Steel Range.
Get one of them and give your
stomach a chance to rid itself
of verdigris, get one of them
and abandon the old style of
sallow breakfast rolls that will
resist the action of acids, get
one and save half the fuel you
are now using, get two and
save it all. The Fischer Range
has done more to lessen the
breach in families where poli
tics had crept in and opened
the gates to discord than all
stories ever written, and has
lowered the death rate in cities
where dyspepsia was epidemic
twice a year. In Ohio and
Indiana where office seekers
thrive better than anywhere
else they are used by party
leaders to increase the voting
population, they're used in
every State in the Union and
in all parts of the world. The
Provisional Government has
one in the barracks and it is
pronounced by cooks to be the
best range manufactured.
We had fifty come in this
shipment made of steel, twice
the thickness of the old style,
they are stronger than ever
and made to last until the Ha
waiian Islands sink into obscu
rity. They will heat up quick
er than a politician and re
quire less fuel than any stove
of the same size. To those
people who have prospered
since the Fischer Range it is
safe to say that it is due to the
fact that this range has occu
pied a prominent place in the
These ranges come in sizes
from number 7 up, hot water
coils are in them and all that is
needed is a boiler and fifteen
minutes of the plumber's time
and you have hot and cold
water in the kitchen and bath
room. There is a charcoal
broiler made to attach to one
side, so that in case you want
to broil meats and do not wish
the trouble of a large fire you
have only to light a charcoal
fire in the broiler and put on
your fish or fowl. This alone
will drive out malaria and keep
you so healthy that you'll lie
awake nights. If you are an
xious to better your condition
and give your cheeks the color
of a russet apple get a Fischer
The demand for the Hendry
Breaker increases and it is only
by special arrangements with
the manufacturers that we are
able to keep up the supply.
We are up with the times and
the people who use the Fischer
Range and the Hendry Break
er are with us.
Mortgagee's Notico of Intontlon to
Foreclose and of Salo.
NOTICE IS HEHKIJV GIVEN THAT,
In purauanca of 11 Power of Bale con
tained In n certain Indonturo of Mortgago
executed September 5th, 1802, by William
C. Aohl and Isabelln A, Achi, his wifo, of
Honolulu, to Charles H. Bishop and Sam
uel M. Damon, partners under tho firm
name of Bishop & Company, of said Hono
lulu, and recorded In Liber 13!) at pages WO
to 270, the said mortgagees Intend to fore
close the said mortgago, for condition
broken, to wit: tho non-payment of tho
principal and Interest secured thereby
when duo. And notico Is hereby further
given that, upon such foreclosure (and un
less said mortgage shall have been sooner
paid), it is tho intention of said Mortgagees
to sell tho proporty therein and thereby
described and mortgaged, at l'ubliu Auc
tion, at the auction rooms of James F.
Morgan, In said Honolulu, on SATUR
DAY, tho aoth day of May, 18!)IJ, ut 12
KSFVor furthor particulars apply loC.
W. Ashford; Attorney for Mortgagees,
Merchant street, Honolulu.
BXf- Sale has boon postponed to SAT
URDAY, June 3, 1M3.
BISHOP it CO., Mortgagees.
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Corner XPort Be Hotel Streets.
TWO GREAHPECIALTIES !
T11K rROFKRTY TO 1IK BOI.l) 18 AS TOM-OWS !
1 All that certain tract of land contain
Inn 30-100 acres at Kalawaliino. Honolulu,
aforesaid, convoyed to me by llishop it
Company, by deed recorded in tho Hawai
of Conveyances in Book 112,
2 All that tract of land containing 120
acres ut Kealakomo, Puna, Hawaii, con
voyed to nio bv Woilehua and wife, by
deed recorded in Book 113, page 281, and
bolng part of Royal Patent Grant 2&03 to
Konaaulani ct al.
3 All that tract of land containing 110.71
acres at Manawai, Moiokai, convoyed to
me by Hoopii Olcpau, by deed recorded in
Book 118, pago 15."), and being part of L. 0.
A. 4000 to lloonaulu.
4 All that tract of land containing 4.20
acres at South Kona, Hawaii, convoyed to
mo by D. W. Kcalalatna, by deed recorded
in Book 125, page 201, and being tho land
described m ltoyal Patent 5343, L. C. A.
5744 to Kaclemakulfl.
5 All that tract of land containing 27.500
square feet at Kanalamu, Honolulu, afore
said, conveyed to mo by Lau Chong, by
deed recorded in Book , page , and
being part of Royal Patent 401, L. 0. A.
8305 to Kauoa.
0 All that tract of land 150 by 150 feet,
being Lot 321, Block 0, at Pearl City, Ewa,
Oahu, conveyed to me by Oahu Railway it
Land Company, by deed recorded in Book
izi, pago Has.
7 One share in Holualoa, 1 and 2 North
Kona. Hawaii, transferred to me and J. K.
Nahafe by Kaoiwi by deed recorded in
Book 127, page 421.
8 All those lands conveyed to mo by Ke
aloha Kalua, by deed recorded in Book
130, pago 100, and being a one-half interest
in tho Kind containing 130 acres described
in ltoyal Patent 5170, L. 0. A. 740H to Hi
Kaualoha at Kawanui 2, North Kona,
Hawaii, and all that land containing 40
acres described in ltoyal Patent Grant 1507
to Kalua at Kawanui' 1, North Kona aforo-
U All that tract of land containing 00-100
acre at Kalilii, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
veyed to me by S. Kaaiai, by deed recorded
in Book 87, pago 400.
11 All that tract of land containg 30-100
acre at Kalihi, aforesaid, conveyed to mo
by Komo, by deed recorded in Book 00,
11 Lots G and 11 at Kapalama, aforesaid,
being part of tho land convoyed to mo by
P. Kauoa by deed recorded in Book 01,
page 353, and being part of ltoyal Patent
401, L. C. A. 8303 to Kauoa.
12 All of that tract of land containing
702 fathoms at Keawanui, Moiokai, con
veyed to mo by Kaiti JCunonc, bv deed re
corded in Book 02, page 202, and "being the.
land described in ltoyal Patent 7081, L. 0.
A. 4823 to Kaailepo.
13 That certain lot on the Ewa side of
my new homestead at Kapalama aforesaid,
convoyed to me by Lau Chong, by deed re-
corueu in jjooi; 133, page vs.
14 All that land conveyed to me by J.
Mahu by deed recorded In Book 115, page
88, being part of ltoyal Patent Grant 2803.
15 All that land containing 18-100 aero
at Kalawaliino, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
veyed to me by Bila Kawaa, by deed re
corded in Book 107, page 125.
10 All those lands convoyed to me by
Chung Waa by deed recorded in Book 111,
pago 242, being Apana 13 and 13A, each
containing 08-100 acre, more particularly
described in Partition Deed recorded in
Book 110, page 395.
17 All those lands conveyed to mo by C.
M. Hvde and wife, by deed recorded in
I beg to Inform tho Indies that I have received n Largo mid Com
plete Linu of tho Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Lisle and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN BALBIUGAN
INFANTS' OPKNWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
B3T Commencing SATURDAY the 13th,
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices els A-civertiseci in. nay Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am ollenng Extra Inducements in that lino. Received about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
CarL'u.f'a.ot'ULrers' Sajncrples !
IN SWISS, APL1QUK ,t NOTTINGHAM.
iSTe-w Designs I "Very Olioloe- Patterns I
gST" Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in Windows ga
0"u.rta,irL ZMIeiterieils I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
Honolulu, H. I.
EVERY SMOKER KNOWS THAT THE
GBD Briar Pipes!
Ave of the "Very Best Quality, the Trade Mark
"GBD" being a guarantee of their excel
lence. "We have received a .lot
Book 110, pago 324, being Apana 11 and
11A, each containing 0.S-1O0 acre, more par
ticularly described in said Purtition Deed.
18 That certain lease of land containing
15,400 square feet at Kapalama aforesaid,
part of Royal Patent 401 to Kanoa, for 10
years from January 1, lb',11, made to me by
Lau Chong end recorded in Book 128, pago
10 Ono buggy, one express, ono bay
horse, four carts, four harnesses, and four
Horses used in
half interest iu
ottice furniture in my olli
chant street, Honolulu, aforesaid, also 110
shares of stock in the Reciprocity Sugar
Company, 30 shares in the Kona CoU'ec it
Fruit Company, 5 shares in the Ewa Plan
tation Company. 703-15t
i, lour Harnesses, aim lour
my cartage business; one-
i S. K. Kaai it Company, all
s in my ollico No. 30, Mer-
rpHI'J ANNUAL MKIITINfl OF TJIK
J. Ilrllish llcmivolciil Society will bo
held uttliu V. M. (!, A. Hall oiiTUKHDAY
KVKNINd.tfW May, at 7:30 o'clock.
mortgagee's Notice of Foreclosure
and of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuance of a Power of Salo con
tained in a certain Mortgago executed Feb
ruary 8th, 1800, by George W. Macfarlano
to Charles R. Bishop, recorded in Liber 123
at pages 135 to 137 of tho Hawaiian Regis
try of Deeds, it Is the intention of said
Mortgagee to foreclose said mortgage, for
conditions broken, to wit: for tho non-pay-mentof
principal and interest thereon when
due. And notice is further given that,
unon such foreclosure, it is tho intention
of baid Mortgagee to sell tho property in
and by said mortgage convoyed (unless the
amount secured by such mortgago shall
have been fully paid) at Public Auction, at
the Salesroom of Jas. F. Morgan, in Hono
lulu, at 12 o'clock noon on SATURDAY,
tho 3d day of .lime, 18U3.
gW For further particulars ajiply to
0. W. Ashford, Attorney for tho Mortga
gee, Merchant street, Honolulu.
Dated this 1st dav of May, ls'.H.
CHARLES R. BISHOP,
Direct from the Factory, which avc offer at
Prices to Please the People !
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Fort Street, - Honolulu, H. I.
RECENT Jtt&.TV-j&.T-i "TAOORA"
128 DAYS FROM LIVERPOOL
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
1'UOI'KIirY TO HE HflI.II
A110VK AllVKUTISKI) AS
All of those tracts of land situated on
Niiuanu, Hotel and Bethel streets, in
Honolulu, known as tho Booth property,
described as follows:
1 Survey of Lots 1,2,3, 4,5 and (I, com
mencing at an iron spike ut the north cor
ner of Lot No. 1, on Nuuanu street, 78.0
feet from tho south corner of Nuuami and
Hotel streets, and running:
1 S. 33 38' E. true, 1(11.8 feet along
road through this property.
2-S. 50 00' W. true,' 15.(1 feet along
3-N. 4 30' W. truo, 1.1 feet along Gov
1-N. 20 30' W. true, 18 feet along Gov
fi-N. 72 10' W. truo, 20 feet along Gov
N. (W 00' E. true, 1.5 feet along Ileek.
7 N. 30 10' W. true, 8(1 " "
8-S. Ii0 00' W. true, 1.5 " " "
ll-.W 8 45' W. true, 13.(1 feet along Hur
bottle. 10-N. 21 30' "W. truo, 31.7 feet along
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite SpreekeU' Block,
27.7 feet along
II N. AH3 Jfil 1.' -,,,.
Nuuanu street to initial'
8121 suuare feet.
a Survoy of Lots 7,8,0,10,11 and 12,
conimeiielng at tlio west corner of Hotel
and Bethel streets, and running;
1 H. 50 00' V. truo, IKJ.U feet along
2-N. 33 'M' W. true, 111 feel along road
through this property,
3-N. 57 35' !!. true, liH.ll feet along tho
"Kmplro Lot," .lames Olds, to Hotel street,
l-H. 33 38' E. true, 113.1 feet along
Hotel street to Initial point, Area, lilM
mjuuro feet. 710.101
White Bros. Portland Cement !
Roche Harbor Liino, Powoll Dufl'ryn Large Steam Coal.
ANGLO CONTINENTAL GUANO WORKS CO.'S
Guano " Concentrado "
Ohloiidorlf's Special Cane Manure, Ohlondorff's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
Steel DEsiils, 14, IS, 1S&SO lTos.;
BOLTS, NUTS and FISH PLATES TO SUIT.
BAGS-Rieo, Coal and Paddy;
WIRE Galvanized, Varnished, Black and Galvanized Barbed;
GARDEN" FENCE, GATES, ETC.,
.AxLoliors etncL OlxsiirLs
Yellow Melal Sheathing, Coal Tar, Iron Tanks, 100 gallon;
Plain and Corrugated Ualvauizcd Iron,
Square and Arch Firo Bricks, Down Pino,
Guttering, square ami O. G. iyi to liln.;
Ridging, Galvanized Water Pi p, from ito2in.j
Sheet Lead, Shent Zinc,
Wilden's Charcoal Tin Plates,
Rooting Slatos, Firo Clay.
Higgin's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
58 Pound Bags;
LIVERPOOL COAIiKIO HALT, 11211. bags;
HAWAIIAN COA US l" SALT, 10011, bags;
ROOK SALT, SODA CRYSTALS, LUMP ALU.M.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
llF.DItOOM SETS IN MAPLE, WALNUT and
BUUTdJl UJIKSIH OK JUIAW i;it,
WHITING DESKS IN ROSEWOOD and MAHOGANY,
CORNER and HALL CHAIRS, CARD TAULF.S, Etc.,
French Iron Bedsteads !
-A-IIsTTS axxd. OILS I
COMYlAZTti STOCK OF SADDLERY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand