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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Bui E.itablished for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1893.
Symptoms of onrly docivy aro fast
developing iu the Hawaiian Star.
Wo havo witnessed so many oxpori
mouts of tho kind in Honolulu, to
down a papor established for tho
bonofit of tho wholo people, that wo
flattor oursolvos on having acquired
considerable oxportnoss iu diagnos
ing tho cases. One ovidonco made
public is tho withdrawal of responsi
ble control from tho shoot. Follow
ing that naturally is tho appearance
of unrestrained blackguardism in
tho editorial columns.
What funny boxes tho organs of
the Annexation Club got themselves
into! Tho Star fairly wrinkles with
scorn at tho reports that any foul
play was iutonded against tho Queen.
Aftor its porsistont efforts, intermit
tently over since it started, to incito
tho crank gouus well represented
in tho supporters of tho revolution
into rash acts in that regard, the
Star's convulsive disclaimers, after
two of its crauks were found prowl
ing round the Queen's residence, aro
too ridiculous to present to sane
readers. Now comes tho Advortisor,
grave as an owl, with tho roport of
an investigation into tho matter. It
begins by holding tho Bulletin and
tho Holomua responsible for "rumors
of tho deportation and assassination
of the ox-queen," but ends by show
ing that the rumors wore first car
ried to the Government by the
Marshal twenty-fouk hours be
fore the Bulletin ever siestioned
the matter. Another fact tho Adver
tiser might have given is that this
paper only referred to tho rumors iu
connection with tho news of men
acing actions against tho Queen's re
sidence. Both the evening and tho morn
ing organs of the revolution give
space to tho Queen's power of at
torney to Mr. Neumann, authorizing
that gentleman to treat for duo pro
vision for hersolf and tho heir ap
parent in the event of annexation.
There is reallj- nothing more conclu
sive in tho document than thoro is
in an attorney's formal exceptions
to a verdict made to save his client's
rights in certain eventualities. Tho
statement by tho Quoon that she
yielded to tho Provisional Gov
ernment under protest does not
by any moans give her case away,
when it is remembered that the pro
test itself intimated that sho so
yielded in face of the superior forces
of the United States. Her protest
having been received by tho United
States and by that Power made tho
occasion of an exhaustive investiga
tion, tho powor of attornoy has to
rest in abeyance until judgment is
given on the results of such investi
gation. As tho investigation is still
in progress the organs are rather
previous in the publication of the
document iu question, which could
only have been given to them by a
gross breach of confidence some
where. If any confirmation were' needed
of tho correctness of Mr. Sewall's
statement that President Dole in
formed him that he had received
advices by mail that annexation was
impossible, wo have it in this morn
ing's Pacific Commercial Advortisor.
Tho publication of tho powor of at
torney given to tho Hon. Paul Neu
mann by Her Majesty marks tho
fact that tho annexationists have
reached tho last ditch. Tho insinu
ation that Mr. Neumann has be
trayed tho confidence reposed in
him by his royal client is a baso
one, and may bo left to tho tender
mercy of Mr. Neumann. The docu
ment published need cause no alarm
to those who favor tho Queou's
cause. Tho fact is stated that tho
Quoon yielded under protest, and no
one will deny this, but a P. G. man,
and ho would carry denial to tho ex
treme that tho Apostle Peter did.
It is also stated in tho document
that all official rights aro first re
served, and then follows a provi
sion that rosorvos tho rights to com
pensation. This was put in, doubt
less, bocauso it was not known how
far Mr. Stevens' falsifying des
patches might havo .poisoned tho
minds of President Harrison and
his Cabinet. To tho Queen's sup
porters wo say, bo of good clieor.
Her caso is still in tho hands of tho
just Government of a great Powor.
When that Government took tho
matter up, tho Provisional Govern
ment naturally became duly socond
arily supreme in Hawaiian affairs.
Otherwise there would be no discus
sion ot tho caso lawful 911 Hawaiian
soil. Tho United Statos Govorn
mont is not likely to treat a de
throned Hawaiian sovereign with
any loss coumdoiatiou thau it did a
deported Samoau sovereign under
aomowhat bimilur oirouuiHtumiua,
Much space is given to-day to an
article found in a Minneapolis papor,
tho main portion boing a letter from
Honolulu convoying what purports
to bo current history. Tho Bulletin
has not been iu tho habit of using
tho word missionary as tho designa
tion of a political party. There is
no getting away from tho fact, how
ever, that tho articlo republished in
this issue is from a "missionary"
source, but at tho samo time it is
political in its nature rather! That
buintr "missionary" it is redolout of
that charity that thinketh no evil is
to bo expected, but whether tho ex
pectation is realized or not our gen
tle readers may individually decide.
As a narrative of current ovonts tho
articlo seems to us, however, to wear
a tingo of partiality we should bo
far from saying spito which often
attaches to history written by por
sous who soo it made, particularly if
they aro beneficiaries of the process
of making say, from tho profits of
tho gun and ammunition trade that
is sometimes developed by practical
politics in the tropics. Tliero also
appears to bo a curbstone air to the
incidents as described by tho corres
pondent, both as to their nature and
tho stylo of their narration, which,
however, might have been accounted
for without tho tacit confession in
tho toxt. Tho author did not need
to name tho "now" (and too fresh)
"evening papor" as an authority for
auy of tho statements made, as tho
apocryphal character of tho morsels
of gossip selected betrays tho foun
tain of "facts," while tho unevangol
ical tono with equal precision indi
cates whence the model of manners
was derived. TI103' aro making those
tilings all the time over in tho
Bethel block, for Thurston's "silout
partner" to sow as tares on tho
Beretnuia and Richards street side
walks, aftor tho bonediclion on
Sunday and Wednesday evenings.
Mr. Davies will iincl in the pub
lication how highly tho political
missionary appreciates practical
sympathy, co-oporation and beno
liconco in religious activities. In
tokon whereof ho will probably cable
ovor anpthor $1000 to tho Ha
waiian Evangelical Association. He,
as well as tho world, will also seo
how easy it comes to tho disciple
raised in a chastened political at
mosphere to obey tho injunctions of
tho Master especially such simple
rules as, "Judge not that yo bo not
judged." There is some real bene
volence in the articlo, whero annexa
tion is anticipated to give a boom to
industrial schools for tho bonofit of
Hawaiian youth, but, unfortunately,
in a second letter this argument is
declared to have been only a joke at
the expense of tho evil-minded
Americans who. born in Hawaii, re
fuse to cast aside as a dirty rag their
natural Hawaiian patriotism.
st. Andrew's cathedral.
Second Sunday aftor Trinity. 6:30
a. m., Holy communion; 11 a. m.,
morning prayer and sermon, hymns,
112, 435 and 439; 3:30 p. in., evensong
(Hawaiian); 7:30 p. m. evensong and
sermon, hymns, 431, 291 and 29.
Tho services of tho Second Con
gregatiou of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, will bo as follows:- 9:45 a.
in., morning prayer witn sermon;
Venite, Chard in D; To Doum,
Kotzschmar in F; Jubilate, Taylor,
in F; hymns, 436 and 270; Anthotn,
"Yo shall dwell in tho land," by
Stabler. 6:30 p. m.; ovonsong with
sermon; Magnificat, Ebdon in C;
NunoDimittis, Langdon in F; hymns,
447 and 22; Anthem, "Blessed are
they that dwoll in thy houso," by
Tours. Kov. Alex. Mackintosh, pas
tor. All are cordially invited.
Sunday Services 6 and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. English sormon at
tho 7 a. ni. Mass, every Sunday
during the wlio'lo year. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sermon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Hosary and Catechism. 4 p.m., in
winter season (November to Febru
ary), 4:30 p. m. in summer season
(February to November), Benedic
tion of the M. B. Sneramont.
Weekly Services 6 and 7 a. m.,
CENTRAL UNION CHUnCH.
Sunday School at 9:15 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
At tho morning sorvico tho Huv. W.
B. Oloson will preach the annual
sermon for tho schools. At tho eve
ning sorvico tho Kov. II. H. Parker
will preach tho Annual Homo Mis
sionary Sermon. Voting People's
Society of Christian Endeavor, at
6:30 p. in. All aro cordially invited
to those services.
Tho Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
lani Hull, rear of Opera House, Ser
vices will bo held Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Bible class; 11:15 a. m. and
7:30 i). m., preaching, by Elder J.
BUVENTJI DAY ADVENTISTS.
Sovonth Day Adventist Church,
corner Punchbowl and Borotauia
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social meeting af
ter Sabbatli school. Bible reading
every Sunday evening, Everyone
Y, M. V. A. HALL.
Sunday, 11 a. m., services in Oahu
Jail; 1:16 p. in., services in Barracks;
!l:30 p. in., Bible Study in Y. M. C. A.
0:30 p. m., Gosplo Praise Sorvico iu
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7:30 p. in.,
prayer mooting at Y. M, C. A,
Evangelistlo services will bo con
ducted by tho Y, M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:IK)
, in. Everyone welcome.
JEWISH CITIZENS INDIGNANT
A Protest Made Ovor tho Hubs! an
A parly of prominent New Yorkers
consisting of Omniv S. Straus, ox
Minicter to Turkey j .Icsso Sollgman,
Julius Uolilmiiii, Colonel John B.
Weber tuul M. S. lsiuic had 11 confer
ence with Secretary (Iroshiun on Mny
17. It if undirHtood that the delega
tion nnki.il Unit seine .lotion hu t.ikcn
Willi ti view to having this Govern
ment insist on purports issued to
American cili.i'iis of the Jewish faith
who contemplate visiting Russia shall
bo vi?ed by ltusiun Consuls at vari
The recent rcfu-al of a Ituo.-dnn
Cotiiitl at New York to countersign
tho passport of a Jewish woman
whom husband is an Ameiicau citizen
on the ground that his Government
forbade him doing so is said to he the
underlying reason for the reported
protest. Inquiry at tho Slate Depart
ment developed the act that such a
law governed (ho Consuls of the
UusBian Government, and tho United
States is obliged to recognize it.
Trusts and Combinations
Aro unpopular. But there is one
form of trust against which no 0110
has anything to say. That is tho
trust which tho public reposes in
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and tho host of
it is tho trust is fully justified by
tho niorit of the medicine. For, ro
nioinbor, Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Pills aro purely vegetable,
and do not purge, pain or gripo.
Sold by all druggists.
By Iiewis J. Lovoy.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intontion.
Forocloso and of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREDY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuanco of a Power of Sale con
tained iu 11 curtain mortgage executed
November 1, IS'-1-, by Knnkawauole (v.)
toAsai (I'll.) nnd recorded in Liber ,
Page , the said mortgagee intends to
foreclose tho Mild mortgage lor condition
broken, to wit: the non-payment of the
sums secured thereby when due. And no
tice is hereby further given that upon such
forecloMiro (and unless said mortgage shall
have been sooner paid) all and singular
the lands, tenements and hereditaments in
said mortgage contained and described
will bo sold at Public Auction at the auc
tion room of Lewis J. Levcv, on Queen
Street, in Honolulu on SATURDAY, the
1st day of July, 1S!W, at 12 o'clock noon of
The property in said mortgage is all the
right, title niid interest of Kaukawaaole
(w.) in that land situate at Honnmalino,
Komi, Hawaii, described in Royal Patent
o. (MS3, JCuleana No. lutWii, containing
C?c For further particulars apply to A.
P. l'eter.-on, nttornev for mortgagee,
Honolulu, H. 1., .tuno 7, b'S.'.. 743-it
Picnic and Luau
Allan Herbert, El., having generously
tendered tho ur-c of his grounds ut Kalihi
for that purpose, the ladies of the Masonic
Temple KiirnNliIiig Committee will give a
(rami Luau and Picnic at that place in aid
of their Paiul, on
Monday, June 12, 1893.
THE HAWAIIAN FEAST will be at 12
o'clock noon, after which dancing and
other amusements will be in order. The
Hawaiian Government Hand will bu in at
tendance. The grounds will be open from 11 o'clock
A. M. until 5 o'clock i m.
The Feast will bu prepared by experts in
Badges can bo purchased from members
of the Executive Committee on Saturday,
or at the Ilawaiiiin News Company's Store.
Executive Committee: Mrs J A IIuMjin
gor, Mrs .1 S McGrew, Mrs A Pallor, Mrs E
I) Tonnev, Mrs A Drown, Mrs M N Sanders,
MrsJHVoper, Mrs Chas Williams, Miss
Kinekler. Mrs 1) Noonan. Mrs T Sorenson,
and Mrs Pr Wood.
The chargo for admission to the grounds
will be ONE DOLLAR, and for children
under 1!J FIFTY CUNTS. Admission will
be by badge, the badge to bo worn at the
entrance and while on the grounds.
In connection with the abovo, Special
Trains will leave the O. It. it L. Co.'s
Depot for Kalihi (Herbert's) at 10:.'10 a. m.,
11:30 a. m. and'.'ilSr. m.
Returning will leave Kalihi at'J:B0 i i.,
1 r. M. and ."i:15 i. i.
- Fare for Itound Trip TWENTY
FIVE () CENTS. 7-lil-Ht
Oahu Railway & Land Co.
MONDAY, J0NE 12, 1893,
Poarl City anil Return
2d Glass, 50 ctu.
-1st Class, 75 cts,;
Ewa Plantation and Return 1st Class, SI;
2d Class, 75 cts.
S-Trains leave Honolulu ot 8:15 .
and l:l"i r. m.
G. P. DKNISON.
DRAFT NO. 12 FOR $20 FAVOR OF
Kalill (.w) on Messrs. 11. iluukfold it
Co. has been lost and puyiuunt hereby
stopped. IOS1A KAINA.
kaluwao, Molokai, May 23th. 738-2w
ON THE NIGHT OF MAY 31st, AT
luilei, Small Uold Watch with Dlaek
Curd attached, and miiue of "J, K. Kane
puu" engraved on Inside of case. A suita
ble reward will be puld to the finder on
returning it to tho undersigned at tho
Marshal's, olllco. J. K. KANKPUU.
7 15-1 w
T SHALL NOT HE UEBI'ONBIRLK
J. from this duto for any debt or debts
Ihatiuavbu oontiiieteit by my wifo, Kate
Marlon J'liuinun, without my written order.
E. n. THOMAS.
Honolulu, Jillioft, lftf). 710-tl
ForTliroat and Lungs
"I have been ill for
Hemorrhage "about five years,
"have had the best
FluoYoara. "medical advice,
"and I took the first
"dose in some doubt. This result
" ed iu a few hours easy sleep. There
1 ' was no further hemorrhage till next
"day, when I had a slight attack
" which stopped almost immediate
" ly. By the third day all trace of
" blood had disappeared and I had
"recovered much strength. The
"fourth day I sat up in bed and ate
"my dinner, the first solid food for
"two months. Since that time I
"have gradually gotten better and
"am now able to move about the
"house. My death was daily ex
" pectcd and my recovery has been
"a great surprise to my friends and
" the doctor. There can be no doubt
"about the effect of German Syrup,
"as I had an attack just previous to
"its use. The only relief was after
"the first dose." J.R. Louohhbad,
By Jaa. P. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notico of Intention to
Forocloso and of Salo.
SF Tho sain hereunder advertb-od has
been postponed to SATURDAY, Juno 17th,
at the Salesrooms of James i Morgan, at
12 o'clock noon.
NOTICE IS HEREDY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuance of a Power of Salo con
tained in a certain Indenture of Mortgage
exeouted September 5th, lSIKS, by William
C. Aolil and Isabella A. Achi, his wifo, of
Honolulu, to Charles It. Dishop and Sam
uel M. Damon, nartuers under tho linn
name of Bishop te Company, of said Hono
lulu, and recorded in Lilier'lU!) at pages liUO
to UT0, tho said mortgagees intend to fore
close tho said mortgage, 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 s-aid mortgage shall havo been sooner
paid), it is tho intention of said Mortgagees
to soil the propurty therein and thereby
described and mortgaged, at Public Auc
tion, at the auction rooms of James F.
Morgan, in said Honolulu, on SATUR
DAY, the '.'Oth day of May, 18!W, at 12
UST-For further particulars apply to 0.
W. Ashford, Attorney for Mortgagees,
Merchant street, Honolulu.
BISHOP k CO., Mortgagees.
THE PROPERTY TO TIE SOLD IS AS FOLLOWS:
1 All that certain tract of land contain
ing 30-100 acres at Kalawahinc, Honolulu,
aforesaid, conveyed to me by Dishop it
Company, by deed recorded in the Hawai
ian Registry of Conveyances in Dook 112,
2 All that tract of land containing 12(5
acres at Kealakoino, Puna, Hawaii, con
voyed to mo fv w aiieiiua aim wne, iy
deed recorded in Dook 113, page 281, and
boing part of Royal Patent Grant 2p'J3 to
.AH that tract of land containing 110.74
acres at Manawai, Molokal, conveyed to
me by Hoopii Olepau, by deed recorded in
ltook lit!, page 15f, and being part of L. O.
A. Hi' A) to Hoonaulu.
J All that tract of land containing 1.20
acres at South Koua, Hawaii, conveyed to
me by D. W. Kealahuna, by deed recorded
in Dook 123. nauo 2d), and beinu the land
described m Royal Patent 53-13, L. C. A.
5711 to Kaoleniakule.
5 All that tract of land containing 27.500
square feet at Kapalama, Honolulu, afore
said, convoved to me by Lau Chong, by
deed recorded in Hook , page , and
being part of Royal Patent 401, L. O. A.
83U5 to Kauoa.
0 All that tract of land 150 by 150 feet,
being Lot 321, Dlock 0, at Pearl City, Ewa,
Oahu, conveyed to me by Oahu Railway i
Land Company, by deed recorded in Dook
127, page 2S8.
7 One share in Holnaloa, 1 and 2 North
Koua, Hawaii, transferred to nic and J. K.
Nahafo by Kaoiwi by deed recorded in
Book 127, pago 421.
8 AH thofo lands conveyed to mobyKe
aloha Kaltia, by deed recorded in Dook
130, pago 190, and being a one-half interest
in the land containing 130 acres described
in Royal Patent 5470, L. 0. A. 7-101 1 to Hi
Kauafolia at Kuwaiml 2, North Kona,
Hawaii, and all that land containing 10
acres described in Royal Patent Grant 1597
to Kalua at Kawnnui 1, North ICona afore
said. 0 All that tract of land containing 00-100
acre at Kalihi, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
veyed to me by S. Kaaiui, by deed recorded
in Dook 87. page 400.
11 All that tract of land containg 3G-100
aero at Kalihi, aforesaid, conveyed to me
by Koino, by deed recorded in Dook 00,
11 Lots 0 and 11 at Kapalama, aforesaid,
being part of tho land conveyed to mo by
P. Kauoa by deed recorded in Dook 91,
page 333, and being part of Royal Patent
401, L. O. A. WXi to lvanoa.
12 All of that tract of land containing
702 fathoms at Kcawamii, Molokai, con
veyed to mo by Kaui Kanone, by deed ro
eorded in Dook 92. page 202, and lieing tho
laud described in Royal Patent 7081, L. O.
A. 4823 to Kaailopo.
13 That certain lot on the Ewa side of
my new homestead at Kapalama aforesaid,
convoyed to me by Lau Oliong, by deed re
corded iu Dook 133, page 12.
14 All that land conveyed to mo by J.
Muliu by deed recorded in Dook 115, pago
88, being part of Royal Patent Grant 2S9.I.
15 All that land containing 18-100 aero
at Kalawahiue, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
veyed to mo by Dlla Kawaa, by deed re
corded in Dook 107, page 125,
1(1 All those lands conveyed to me by
Chung Waa by deed recorded in Dook 111,
page 212, being Apana 13 and 13A, each
containing 08-100 uore, more particularly
described in Partition Deed recorded in
Hook 110, page 303.
17 All those lands convoyed to mo by O.
I. Hvde and wifo. bv deed recorded in
M. Hyde and wifo, by deed recorded in
Dook 119. uago 321. being A nana 11 and
11A, each containing 08-100 acre, moro par
ticularly described iu said Partition Deed.
18 That certain lease of land coutainin
15,400 square feet ut Kapalama aforesaid
part of Royal Patent 401 to Kanoa, for 10
years from January 1, lo!)l, made to mo by
Lau Uliong ind recorded in Dook 128, pago
19 One buggy, one express, ono bay
horse, four carts, four harnesses, and four
horses used in my cartage business; ouo
half interest hi S. K. Kind .t Company, all
oilico furniture Iu my olllco No. IfU, Mer
chant street, Honolulu, aforesaid, also 110
shares of stock in the Reciprocity Sugar
Company, 30 shares iu the Kona Coll'en.tVs
Fruit Company, 5 shares iu tho Ewa Plan
tation Company, 703-10t
TiROF. 8. MAOAUI.KY HAH BEEN
JL thirty years in these Islands, Tuning
and Repulriiig Pianofortes and Organs,
Ho has been engaged by, mid given per
fect uatisfactlou to, every groat musical
artist who lias performed here in that pe
riod. Ho Is prepared to do Tuning and
Repairing to-day, at Rkauonaulk I'iiicch,
as well as ever, and respoctfully solicits tho
patronage ol this community.
MT" Lcuvu orders at tho furniture and
muslo store of II. II. Williams, tuu music
store of the Hawaiian News Co., or ut his
own residence, next door to British Club.
fVie Job Printing ut the Bulletin Office.
Saturday, June JO, 1S98.
A year ago the attention of
a great many people here was
riveted on two tilings: the
formation of a cabinet and the
Mnui mule. This year events
have so shaped themselves
that there is no necessity for
the friends of the present
ministers to give luaus or lie
awake nights to devise means
of persuading the 25th man to
vote their way, or of the sport
ing fraternity running in a
"dark horse" to beat a mule.
And the attention of the people,
where is it?
We imagine from the way
our business has kept up dur
ing the dark days of '93 that
we have had some of it. We
imagine that the Hendry
Breaker has drawn the atten
tion of the plantation man to
an implement that has saved
him more time, more money
and vexation than he ever
dreamed of, The certificates
we have, from time to time,
published as to the superiority
of this plow have attracted
notice from people who plow
now or who may some clay
give up politics and go back
to tilling the soil. Nor has
the Fischer Steel Range been
overlooked by people who en
joy food properly cooked. It
is probable that some of the
best lunches given by the lady
friends of the Masonic fratern
ity were prepared on a Fisch
er Range, we say "probable"
because the sale of this article
has been such during the past
two years that nearly every
one is the happy owner of a
Fischer, and we mention the
Masonic lunch because the
four or five days when the
lunch was given were just so
many days of good feeling for
the business men who patron
ised the affair, it was a change,
so to speak in the regular or
ders of things; one gentleman
remarked that he was "having
Sunday dinners every day
without the thought of "hash"
for the next."
The rat season appears to
be on again and people are
looking around lor a way to
get rid of the pests. We can
prescribe no better remedy
than the French Trap. We
sold one on Thursday to a store
keeper and the next day he
telephoned us that he had
caught one the first time.
There is no better or cheap
er trap than this because it re
quires no setting, it is ready
at all times and it catches the
rats alive and provides amuse
ment for your terriers.
Rather more than the usual
methods are being adopted by
the Board of Health to keep
smallpox from our midst, the
Board might go a step farther
and investigate the stench that
exists on the lower part of
Fort street near the lumber
piles, whether it is a broken
sewer pipe or a hidden duck
pond deponent saith not but
the smell is great. Perhaps
the cheapest way to remedy
the evil Ozonators. It is for
such purposes this little con
trivance was invented; it may
be used in the sick room or
closets with beneficial results
as it effectually kills the germs
of disease that lurk in the air.
They are of a rather serious
nature but the germs and ba
cilli that mingle with your
drinking water are infinitely
more dangerous, they are taken
into the stomach, the seat of
nearly all ailments, the object,
then of every one should be to
keep them out of that import
ant organ. The best means
so far discovered is by using a
filter. When we say filter we do
not mean one-half the things
that people inveigle you into
buying as filters but an Im
proved National Stone Filter
without any charcoal or other
mixtures that collect and re
tain the dirt. These that we
have, and they are without ex
ception the best filter ever
shown here are made simply
of a porous stone that collects
all the dirt and disease germs
as the water passes through
Hawaiian Hardware Co., IAl
Opposite HpreokeU1 Dloek,
TEMPLE OF FASHI
Corner ITort 8b Hotel Streets.
TWO GREAT SPECIALTIES !
I beg to Inform the
pletc Ltuo of
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladles, Gentlemen, Misses and Children In Silk, Llslo and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN DALDRIOAN
INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FA8T BLACK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
m- Coimnencuig SATURDAY tbe 13th, -s
WHERE OREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL DE OKFERED.
Prices as .A.clvertisecl in. my "WirLcio-ws !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am oirbrniK Extra Inducements In that line. Received about 150 l'alrs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
lainULfetotTarers' Samples !
IN SWISS, APL1QUE & NOTTINGHAM.
Jew Designs I Very Olaoicse Patterns I
EST" Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows a
OiartairL IMIetterieils I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 18 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
323 Oases Ex S. S. "Monowai."
6 Cases Ex S. S. "Alameda."
40 Oases Ex S. S. "Miowera."
58 Cases Ex S. S. "Gaelic."
THE ABO Via UKANUS OF KXTKA
K&- ARE Jl'ljT TO HAND EX B. ti. "GAELIC." -l v
Those who appiveiato a GOOD CJGAU can now supply
$3.50 TO $5.00 PER HUNDRED.
HOLLISTEB & CO.,
583 2Tort Street, - - Honolulu, H, I,
-jiftrnaNaii&Sf r .m
1 havo received
a Largo and Coin-
Honolulu, H. I.
Mm & 10.
anila v Cigars
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