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School Houbo and Toachor's Oottago
for Kilnuon, Kauai.
Tenders will bo received nt tho Office of
the Board of Education until WEDNES
DAY, tho 21st of Juno noxt, nt 12 o'clock
noon, for tho construction, Including ma
terial, pointing, freight, etc., of a School
Hotiso 2(1 x 48 x 12 feot, clear, and n Cottage
SO x 12x12 feet, with veranda, and vcrandn
rooms, nt the place nbovo named.
Cartago of tho material from tho Kilnuon
lnndlng to tho school site, will bo free to
Plnns and specifications for tho work can
bo scon at tho Office of tho Board of Educa
tion, and nt Mr. G. U, Evirts, Kilouen,
Those buildings will bo sini ilar to thoso
recently erected by tho Board .of Education
at Hnnntnnuln, Kauai.
Tho Board does not bind Itsoli to necopt
tho lowost or any tender.
W. J AS. SMITH,
Offlco of the Board of Education-, Muy 31,
1803. 74t t-23 3t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
"WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1803.
WASTE BASKET FIND.
Somobody has discovered t.ue
waste basket of tho Finance Com
mittee of tho Legislature of 181 2
and, instead of conferring the troas -ure
on Minister Thurston's side
show at tho World's Fair, has dump
ed it down in the office of the Star.
Among tho tattored contents is tho
report of Jamos A. Low, " expert," if
you ploaso, to the committee in
question. Tho document has not
tho slightest official sanction, its as
sertions and rows of figures indued
never received any official endorse
ment, but rathor the contrary.
Nevertheless, this piece of waste
basket garbage for it is nothing
better was made tho leading featuro
on tho editorial page of yesterday's
It is not usual to quote tho pre
liminary detail work of legislative
committees as authoritative data.
As well might a judge take tho evi
dence of only one side in a suit at
law uvm a uuuipui;dbi;u itiuu. iiiiu,
and thereon base a judgment ex
pecting it to be uphold in a court of
review and quoted forevor after as
sound law. Mr. Low tho expert in
the first place is a thoroughly partial
investigator. He had been secretary
of the Reform party's election com
mittee, and the accounts ho was set
to investigate were those of the party
that had displaced tho Reformers in
power. It was his injudicious habit,
while iu tho employ of tho Finance
Committee, to boast of "scandals"
and "steals" ho was just going to
unearth, but always with the saving
clause, "if" he were only given more
time, which of course meant more
money for tho expert, who had boon
lone out of employment notwith
standing his oxpertness.
Besides, Mr. Low failed ogregious
ly to provo himself quite entitled to
undertake work as an expert. Fre
quently, in his rounds among public
offices, ho mado errors himself that
he had to acknowledge forthwith,
when pointed out immediately by
the clerks whose work ho would
otherwise have impugned. Another
significant fact is that it required
considerable expert work in the Su
preme Court to set at a proper un
derstanding of Mr. Low the expert's
accounts for a private concern. The
main fact wo have to do with now,
is that tho Finauco Committee re
jected the bulk of the expert Low's
findings. Its report speaks for itself
againBt Mr. Low's castoff memoranda
so ostentatiously paraded by tho
Star. Since such a use has been
made of the refuse of tho commit
tee's work, however, it becomes a
public service to correct tho false
impressions created by the publica
tion. This will require moro space
than our crowded columns will afford
In pursuing tho subject further, it
will bo in place to quote tho report
of the Finance Committee itself
against tho report of its export
which it was constrained to repudi
ate. The report of tho committee is
unanimous, which makes its findings
rathor conclusive. For its thorough
going impartiality no stronger evi
dence should bo required by the
Star people than tho fact that H. P.
Baldwin was chairman and L. A.
Thurston one of the members of tho
committoo. They signed the report
as well as E. C. Macfarlano, loador
of their opponents in tho House.
Tho minstrol troupe which
appear in tho Opera House on Satur
day night next on behalf of local
charities held a rehearsal last even
ing with Professor Borgor, which
gave promise of n good perform
ance. As thoro will bo only ono
minstrol show by tho company there
should bo a good house. Box plan
now opon at Levey's.
S. B. Alamoda.
Tho Alameda from tho Colouios
has just berthed at the O. S. S, dock,
She has 210 cabin and 1 IU steerage
passengers. For this port: Di.Baos
slor, G. Irvino, P. Porio, Miss 1'orio
and 8 stoorago. Will sail 12 noon
Petition for Revocation of Ordor
Dlschargo of Administrator.
On tho 15th of
Judeo Froar, thou
of tho Circuit
Court, granted tho petition for dis
charge of Y. F. Allou, as admiuis
trator of tho ostato of J. F. O. Ban
ning; docoased tostato. Tho ordor
of discharge directed tho adminis
trator to deliver over to tho dovisoes
under the will tho proporty remain
ing in his hands, as follows: Mrs.
Clara H. Banning, in foroigu parts,
adult, entitled to the sum of $71,-
399.52; B. It. Banning, now of Hono
lulu, adult, entitled to tho sum of
B. It. Banning has now filod in tho
Circuit Court a petition to havo tho
ordor discharging tho administrator
revoked. Ho alleges that tho peti
tion for discharge and tho ordor
granting it woro mado undor a mis
apprehension and mistako of fact
shared both by Mr. Allen and Judge
Froar. Many powers and duties still
remained unperformed by tho ad
ministrator according to tho terms
of tho will. Moro particularly is
montioned tho provision of tho will
that one-half of tho trust fund
created was to remain iu tho hands
of tho administrator during tho life
time of Clara F. Banning, widow, tho
not incomo to go to her for life, and
nftor her death said half to go to
and become tho absolute proporty
of petitioner, B. R. Banning, if ho
survived. Petitioner claims it to bo
tho duty of tho administrator to pre
serve said half of tho ostato intact
for tho lifetime of tho widow.
In accordance with tho petition
Judge Whiting has summoned W.
F. Allou to appear within ton days
from date of summons, Alay 2u, anu
show causo why tho petition should
.uot bo granted.
Judge Whiting has appointed
IMosos Wahaiki administrator of the
Hwtato of Kapahu (w.), tho value bo
iirg $250, under bond of $300. J. L.
K.aulukou for potitiouor.
A. G. Correa, barrister, has to
. show causo to-morrow why he should
cot be disbarred for improper cou
tiuct. In consequonco of the decision of
t.ho Supremo Court reported in this
paper, Cecil Brown, attorney for
1 iiaintiff in tho equity suit of K. W.
1 iolt vs. Olio Iuko ot al, has filed a
discontinuance. Bruce Cartwright,
r Administrator of tho estate of Eliza
AVood Holt, at tho same time has
fiJod a motion that tho salo of real
estate, suspended by ordor of tho
Supremo Court on July 20, 1892, bo
allowed to proceed.
Judge Whiting has appointed
'Airs. Kaohu Waiwaiolo, widow of S.
SVaiwaiolo, as guardian of tho minor
children (4) of her son David Wai
waiolo and his wifo, without bond at
present. W. It. Castle for petitioner.
Apparent Case of Abortion by a
Last Friday week two native
women saw a Chinese woman walk
ing in tho direction of Wyllio stream,
Nuuanu valley. She acted as if iu
great distress, and tho natives there
fore followed hor. When they over
took her she was lying on tho ground
writhing ill pain. Surmising what
hor trouble was thoy holpod her
back to hor home. When there she
declined hor good Samaritan help
ers' further aid, but asked them to
send for ono of her countrywomen.
They wanted hor to call iu a doctor
without any effect, and so they re
tired and summoned hor friend.
It appears that the friend was a
professional nurse, who rendered
peculiar assistance on this occasion.
There was a child boru, it is said,
aided by a surgical operation per
formed by tho uurso with a razor.
The child died on tho fifth da', aud
tho natives hoariug of tho fact
visited tho Chinawoman's house.
There thoy saw tho body marked
with razor gashes on tho head. Tho
wounds had been rathor skilfully
dressed with some kind of Chiueso
medical plaster, which would con
ceal them from unprofessional dis
cover for some time. Now, how
ever, tho material had boon washed
off, and tho cuts wore plainly re
vealed to tho disgusted gaze of tho
Several Chinese say that it is a
custom iu their country to perform
similar operations to that mentioned
Tho police are investigating tho
case and, as it is a serious affair, a
few days may elapse before any
thing definite is dono in the way of
Booked to Xioave.
Tho following passengers leave on
tho S. S. Alameda for San Francisco:
H S Connor, W H Coles, Mr KauH'mun,
Misses Mullcr, Mr Daley, Mrs Whately, F
1 Hastings, H W Sewefl, T Dowdcll, V 0
Peacock and wife, T C Porter.
Per Monowai, for thu Colonics, Mr Oak
loy, Mr and Airs Syne, Miss lllalr, H N
Kich, Rod Blood
As naturally results from taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla as personal
cleanliness results from free use of
soap and water. This groat puri
fier thoroughly oxpols scrofula, salt
rheum aud all other impurities and
builds up every organ of tho body.
Now is tho time to take it.
"I hear that your iioxt-door neigh
bors havo a now organ. Do you
know how many stops it has?"
"Only about three a day, nud
those aro onlj' for inoals," Den
DKAl'T NO. 12 FOR $20 FAVOIl OF
Kiillli (w) on Messrs, H. Huckfehl ,t
Co, lias been lost and iiavment hereby
stopped. JOSlA KAINA.
Kalawao, Molokul, May 25th. 7;w-2w
F. M. WAKEFIELD,
Attoiinkv anu d.usmat.oii at Law.
Temporary olilco with Mr. 0, W. Ashford.
Muruhuulgt., Honolulu, II, I,
How doos he feol 7 He feels
cranky, and is constantly experi
menting, dieting himself, adopting
.strange notions, and changing the
cooking, the dishes, the hours, and
manner of his eating August
Flower tho Remedy.
How doos he fool? He feels at
times a gnawing, voracious, insati
able appetite, wholly unaccountable,
unnatural and unhealthy. August
Flower tho Remedy.
How doos he fool 7 He feels no
desire to go to the table and a
grumbling, fault-finding, over-nicety
about what is set before him when
he is there August Flower tho
How doos he feol ? He feete
after a spell of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhorrence, loathing,
and detestation of food ; as if a
mouthful would kill him August
Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel? He has ir
regular bowels and peculiar stools
August Flower the Remedy.
II HACKFELD efe CO.
By the Barks "H. Haokfcld," "Amy Tur
ner," "Albert" and other arrivals
a New Supply of
Dry and Fancy
Havana, German & Manila Cigars
AND A FULL LtNE OF
Plantation v Supplies !
LIME, CEMENT, ETC., ETC., ETC.
at vnnv low utes.
Anhauher-Bueh Budweiser Beer,
Schlitz Milwaukee Beer,
Golden Gate Flour,
Sperry's Boiler Flour,
ICE CREAM PARLORS
Having Changed Hands are now Prepared
ICE CREAM of the Best Quality,
SHERBETS of the Best Quality.
Ice Cream Soda and Soda Water
And a Choice Assortment of
FRENCH AND PLAIN MIXED CANDIES
COFFEE, CHOCOLATE & TEA
SEHVEU TO OltUEn.
THE UNDKUSiaXED HAS THIS DAY
disposed of his KxprcHH Business to
Mr. D. MeCorrUlon. Thanking tho public
for their liberal patronage I would solicit
a continuance of the same to Mr. Mc
Corriston. M. N. SAKHERS.
HAVING PURCHASED SANDERS'
Express Business I am now pro-
wired to attend to all Uiirtiiirc
able Rates, Mr. Cooper will continue in
my employ. Ollico as formerly, King
street. 1). McCORRIBTON.
Honolulu, May, 30, lK9.i, 710-2w
uiiruiL'o in itcason-
NEW MASONIC TEMPLE.
LADIES INTKKESTE1) IN THE NEW
Masonic Hall aro invited to contri
bute to a Tahlu of Kuuuy Articles to ho sold
In aid of the Fundshlng Fund. Contribu
tion to be sent to
732-10t Eaglo House.
rpiIE UNDEIIHIGNED WILL KE-OI'EN
JL the Central Meat .Market on TH 11118
DAY, June 1st, and respectfully bolielt tho
patronage of Its former cuntoiuerM, Both
WESTBROOK ,v OAI11CS.
Honolulu, May 29, 1893, 739-3t
Fine Job Mutiny ui the Bulletin Ojjke,
By Jan. F. Morgan.
Mortgagoo'a Notice of Intention
Forocloao and of Sale.
The sain linrminler luWnrlUnd linw
been postponed to SATURDAY, Juno 3d,
nt tho Salesrooms of Jniucs F. Morgan, nt
12 o'clock noon.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
In pursunnco of a ?owor of Salo con
tained In n certain Indouturo of Mortgage
executed Soptembor 6th, 1892, by William
C. Achiand Isabella A.Achi, his wifo, of
Honolulu, to Charles R. Bishop nnd Bntn-
uoi m. uamon, partners unuer mo uriii
namo of Bishop & Company, of said Hono
lulu, ami rceoruou in i.uer ldu at pngoa-zuo
to 270, tho said morteai.'cos intend to fore
close) thu said mnrti'aM. for condition
broken, to wit: tho non-payment of tho
principal nnd intorcs; secured thorcby
when due. And notice is hereby further
given that, upon such foroclosuro (nnd un
less said mortgago shall havo been sooner
paid). It is tho intention of said Mortgagees
to sell tho proporty therein and thereby
described and mortgaged, nt l'ublio Auc
tion, at tho auction rooms of James F.
Morgan, in said Honolulu, on SATUR
DAY, tho 20th day of May, 1803, nt 12
-For further particulars apply to C.
V. Ashford, Attornoj for Mortgagees,
Merchant street. Honolulu.
BISHOP it CO., Mortgagees.
THK I'ROPERTY TO 11 K SOU) IS AS FOLLOWS!
1 All that certain tract of land contain
ing iJO-100 acres at Kalawnhine. Honolulu.
aforesaid, convoyed to me by Bishop &
Company, by deed recorded in tho Hawal-
Inn Registry of Conveyances in Book 112,
2 All that trnot of land containing 120
acres at Kealakomo, l'una, Hawaii, con
voyed to mo bv Wallchua nnd wifo, by
deed roeorded in Book 113, pago 281, and
being part of Hoyal Patent Grant 2b93 to
Konaaulanl et nl.
3 All thattrnctof lnnd containing 110.7-1
acres at Mauawni, Molokai, convoyed to
mo by Hoopii Olopnu, by deed recorded in
Hook 118, pago 155, and being part of L. C.
A. -1000 to Hoonaulu,
4 All that tract of land containing 4.20
acres at South Kona, Hawaii, convoyed to
nio by I). W. Ivealalaina, by deed recorded
in Book 123, pago 204, and being tho land
described in Itoyal Patent 5513, L. C. A.
574 1 to Kaclcmakale.
5 All that tract of land containing 27.500
square feet at ICapalama, Honolulu, afore
said, conveyed to mo by Lau Chong, by
deed recorded in Book, page , and
being part of Itoyal Patent 401, L. C. A.
S.'J05 to Konoa.
0 All that tract of land 150 bv 150 feet.
being Lot 324, Block 0, at Pearl City, Ewa,
Oahu, conveyed to mo by Oahu Railway &
Land Company, by deed recorded in Book
127, pago 2S3.
7 Ono share in Holualoa, 1 and 2 North
Kona, Hawaii, transferred to mo and J. K.
Nahalo by KaoiwI by deed recorded in
Book 127, pago 424.
8 All those lands conveyed to mo by Kc
nloha Kalua, by deed recorded in Book
I'M, page l'JO, and being a one-half interest
in the land containing 130 acres described
in Itoyal Patent 5479, L. C. A. 749H to Hi
Kauafoha at Kawanui 2, North Kona,
Hawaii, and all that laud containing 4!)
acres described in Hoyal Patent Grant 1597
to Kalua at Kawanui 1, JJorth Kona afore
said. 9 All that tract of land containing CO-100
acre at Kalihi, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
veyed to me by S. Kaaiai, by deed recorded
in Uook 87, pago 41)9.
11 All that tract of land containg 30-100
aero at Kalihi, aforesaid, eonveyeu to me
by Kumo, by deed recorded in Book 00,
11 Lots G and 11 at Kapalama, aforesaid,
being part of the land conveyed to me by
P. Kanoa by deed recorded in Book 91,
pago 353, and being part of Royal Patent
401, L. C. A. 8305 to Kanoa.
12 All of that tract of land containing
7l!2 fathoms ut Keawanui, Molokai, con
voyed to me by Kaui Kanene, by deed re
corded in Book 92, page 202, and being the
land described in Royal Patent 7U81, L. C.
A. 4823 to Kaailepo.
13 That certain lot on the Ewa side of
my new homestead at Kapalama aforesaid,
convoyed to mo by Lau Ciiong, by deed re
corded in Book 133, page 12.
n ah uiai lanu eonveyeu to mo Dy j
Malm bydeed recorded m Book 115, page
88, being part
15 AU that
:, oeing part oi uoyal .patent tirant 289a.
15 All that land containing 18-100 aero
nt Kalawahine, Honolulu, aforesaid, eon
veyeu to nio oy iiiia ivawaa, oy ueeu re-
corded in Book 107, page 125.
Hi All those lands convoyed to me by
Chung Waa by deed recorded in Book 111,
beintr Anana 13 and 13A. each
containing 98-100 acre, moro particularly
containing 98-100 acre, moro
described in Partition Deed
Book 110, page 395.
17 All thobo lands conveyed to mo by C.
M. Hydo and wifo, by deed recorded in
Book 119, page 324, being Apana 11 and
11 A, each containing 98-100 acre, more par
ticularly described in said Partition Deed.
18 That certain lease of land containing
15,400 square feet at Kapalama aforesaid,
part of Royal Patent 101 to Kanoa, for 10
vears from January 1, 1891, made to me by
Lau Chong end recorded in Book 128, pago
19 Ono buggy, one express, ono bay
horse, four carts, four harnesses, and four
horses used in my cartage business; one
half interest in B. K. Knui & Company, all
oillce furniture in my ollico No. 30, Mer
chant street, Honolulu, aforesaid, also 110
shares of stock in the Reciprocity Sugar
Company, 30 shares in the Kona Coilee &
Fruit Company, 5 shares in tho Ewa Plan
tation Company. 703-15t
Mortgagoo'a Notico of Foreclosure
and of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuance of a Power of Salo con
tained in a certain Mortgage executed Feb
ruary 8th, 1890, by George W. Macfarlano
to Charles R. Bishop, recorded in Liber 123
ut pages 135 to 137 of tho Hawaiian Regis
try of Deeds, it is the intention of baid
Mortgageo to forccloso said mortgage, for
conditions broken, to wit: for the non-payment
of principal and interest thereon when
due. And notico is further given that,
noon such foreclosure, it is tho intention
of said Mortgagee to sell the property in
and by said mortgage conveyed (unless the
amount secured by such mortgage shall
havo been fully paid) nt Public Auction, at
tho Salesroom of Jas. F. Morgan, in Hono
lulu, at 12 o'clock noon on SATURDAY,
the 3d day of June, 1893.
gW 1'or further particulars apply to
O. W. Ashford, Attornoy for tho ilortga
gee, Merchant street, Honolulu.
Dated this 1st day of May, 1893.
CHARLES R. BISHOP,
THK rnOl'KItTY TO HE BOLD AT THK SALE
A1IOVB ADVIiUTIBED AH FOLLOWS:
All of those tracts of land situated on
Nuuanu, Hotel and Bethel streets, iu
Honolulu, known as the Booth property,
described as follows:
1 Survey of Lots 1, 2,3, 4, 5 and 0. com
mencing at an iron spike at the north cor
ner of Lot No. 1. on Nuuanu street, 78.9
feet from tho south corner of Nuuanu and
Hotel stieets, nnd running:
1-S. 33 38' E. true, 101.8 feet along
road through this property.
2-S. 59 00' W. true, 45.0 feet along
3-N. 4 30' W. truo, 4.4 feet along Gov
4-N. 20 30' W. true, 18 foot along Qov-
i truo, 29 feot along Gov-
(1 N. 00 00' E,
1 V it mi v
E. true, 1.5 feet along Beck.
W. true, 8(1 " " "
8 S. U0 00' W. truo. 1.5
, . WW- iu ,, , lIUDi
9 N. 8 45 V. true, 43.0 feet ulong Hnr
10-.V. 21 30" W. true, 31.7 feet along
ll-.N. 58 40' E. true, 27.7 feet along
Nuuanu street to initial point. Area,
8121 square feot,
2-Survey of Lots 7, 8, It, 10, 11 and 12,
Loiiummcliig at the west corner of Hotel
anil Bethel id reels, ami running:
1-S. 59 00' W. true, (W.U feet along
2-N. 33 38' W. trite, 01 feet along road
through this property.
3-N. 57 35' E. true, f, foot along tho
"Empire Lot," James Olds, to Hotel street,
4 S, 33 H8'
E. true, 03.1 feot alonu
initial point. Area, DIM
' uijuuro ieut
Hotel street to
Saturday, May 27, 1898.
By way of dlvertisement in
these trying times nothing is
more acceptable to the people
than tableaux vivants, the en
thusiasm shown by the audi
ence as each living picture
was unveiled Friday night is
evidence that such exhibitions
take a sort of malaria hold on
the people from start to finish.
At this time, with visions of
the World's Fair constantly be
fore one the representation of
one of the new Columbian
stamps was, perhaps, the most
appropriate. The gentleman
essaying the roll of Christo
pher made a very creditable ap
pearance and was the picture
of a man who had been suc
cessful in taking up home
steads and laying out town
sites. The scene represented
Columbus at the court of Isa
bella, in the act of unfolding a
Chart of the Oceanic S. S. Co.
showing the shortest route
from Honolulu to Chicago. If
he could visit the United States
to-day and see the improve
ments that have been made
since the first time he came
over there is no doubt of his
wishing he had remained and
made it his home. He could
have had a big pull in his
ward and could have been in
on the ground floor of most
anything- even a soap trust.
In this period of progress and
high grade civilization he could
have taken the Chairman of
the Central Committee up to
the top of a high mountain
and shown his railroads, his
slaughter houses and his
coffers filled with pure leaf
lard and said "All these will I
give for a seat in the Senate."
Christopher made a great mis
take in dying in the early days
before progress got a hold on
the people. If he had stayed
with us he might have done
well even though he should
miss getting his picture on a
postage stamp. The name of
Christopher Columbus would
no doubt now be among those
who are using Hendry Break
ers. The goods received by the
"Amy Turner" seem to have
met with the approval of our
customers, they've been going
out of our store in dray loads.
The demand for our supe
rior grade of Garden Hose
has been so great lately that
it has been hard work for us
to keep up with it. People
have learned where hose, good
hose may be obtained, that
probably accounts for our
If you want to make home
pleasant beyond anything you
have ever experienced there
are two things essential, Fischer
Steel Range and a set of Havi
land China; there's no romance
about this, it's a fact.
By the "W. G. Irwin" we
received a big stock of the
favorite Crank Life Lanterns,
in nickle, copper and plain
finish. It is a convenient
lantern and one that can be
handled without fear of burn
ing one's fingers. The price
is the same as the common
ones but they are worth twice
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Bpreukcla' lllouk,
THE ABOVE BEARDS OF EXTRA
Choice v Manila v Cigars
ttr- ARE JUST TO HAND EX 8. S. "GAELIC." -VX
Those who appreciate a GOOD CIGAR can now supply
$3.50 TO $5.00 PER HUNDRED.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SSS Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
TEMPLE OF FASHI
Corner Iort 8o Hotel Streets.
TWO GREAT SPECIALTIES !
I heg to inform the Ladies that I have received a Largo nnd Com
plotc Lino of the Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Lisloand Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWOHK SOCKS IN UALBItiaAN
INFANTS' OPENWORK LISLE BOCKS IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
m- Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, -
WHEKE GItEAT INDUCEMENTS AVILL BE
Prices as .A-ci-vertiseca. in my
I niu ofl'ermg Extra Inducements in that line. Received about lfiO Pairs
of WINDOW CU11TAINS
ISTan'ULfa.ot-u.rers' 'Samples !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
New Designs I Very Choioe Patterns I
Prices of Above Goods
I All OFFERING SWISSES,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
R,EOE3SrT .A.IELIELI'V.A.ll, "TAOORA"
18 DAYS FKOM LIVERPOOL
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
White Bros. Portland Cement !
Roeho Harhor Lime, Powoll DulFryn Lnrgo Steam Coal.
ANGLO CONTINENTAL GUANO WORKS CO.'S
Ohlondorll's Special Gane Mannro, Oulendorfi's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
Steel :R,Eiils, 14, IS, 1S&20 llos.;
BOLTS, NUTS nnd FISH PLATES TO SUIT.
BAGS Rico, Coul and Paddy;
WIRE Galvanized, Varnished, Black and Galvanized Burhedj
G-AllDEN FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
-A.xic!fcLors and GlieiirLs
Yellow Jletnl Sheathing, Coal Tur, Iron Tunics, 100 gullon;
l'hiln and Corrugated Galvanized Iron,
Sijuure and Arch Kiro Bricks, Down Pino,
Uuttorlni;, Ht,uare aud O, G, i to (iin.;
Ridging, Galvanized Water Pipe, from yt to Jin, J
Sheet Lead, Sheet Zino,
Wilden'a Churcoal Tin Plates,
Hooting Slates, Fire Olay.
Biggin's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
58 Found Sags;
LIVERPOOL COARSE SALT, 11211. hags;
HAWAIIAN COARSlfSALT, 10011, hiii:
ROOK SALT, SODA CRYSTALS, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
BEDItOOM SETS IN MAPLE, WALNUT and ASH,
SCOTCH CHESTS OF DRAWERS,
WRITING DESKS IN RUHKWOOI) anil MAHOOANV,
CORNER and HALL CHAIRS, CARD TA1ILK8, Ktu., Etc.
French Iroxi Bedsteads !
-A-IlsTTS 3ltl3L OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OF SADDLERY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
as Advertised in "Windows
48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
Honolulu, H. I.
DAY ES & CO.