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TAX OOLIiEOXOB'S NOXIOE.
District of Kona, Island of Onhu.
II any personal tnxus, that Is to fay, poll
tax, road lax and school tax, shall remain
unpaid alter tho 30th day ol September, ten
percent, of such taxes shall bo added by
tho Assessor and shall be collected as part
ol such taxes.
Assessor 1st Division.
Approved: S. M. DAMON,
837-fit Minister ol FInanco.
All Executors, Administrators, Guar
ilinns and Trustees, who have not filed
their annual accounts with tho Court, aro
hereby notified to do tho same -without
By tho Court,
831 Deputy Clerk.
Woman's Rcliof Corps ami tlio Sons
f Votoraus oruanizalioiH ntlllintud
rtitli UiuU-. A. !.-
IHB DULY BULLETI
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Entablished for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 1893.
Our morning coutompon try is ex
tremely sensitive on bolja If of tho
Board of Health. Nothing will
satisfy the Advertiser, -evidently,
short of a quarantine of all opinion
formed outside of its own c 'ave.
Woman suffrage ha9 booa adopted
by the Legislature of New Zoaland.
Last year tho Legislatives Council
(second chamber) rejected tho bill,
but it has now passed by a- majority
of two. It is highly unJikt3ly that
the Ministry will advine t.ho Gov
ernor to disallow the bill, so that
there is a strong chanco of tbie great
experiment being tried in Now Zealand.
NO FEAB OF AN OUTBREAK.
Somebody was calling for Ambrose
Biorco tho other day, to satirizr
something "royalist" bre, which the
dulled brains of tho filibuster pro's
could not cope with. Hero is a gom
from the brilliant California!, which
appears in a lato "Examiner. He
says "rats" to tho present occupauts
of tho Hawaiian cheese:
Happy Reunion of Heroes of the
War of Rebellion,
Grizzly Yeterans of the G. A. R. Viva
ciously Relate tho Gory Reminis
cences ot Thirty Years Ago.
Thoro aro two groat colobrations
in the year of tho Grand Army of
tho Republic. Ono is of Decoration
Da whon tho veterans match in
procossion to tho comotory, to pay
their beautiful tributes to t ho memo
ries of dead comrades. Tho othor is
tho annual camp fire of tho Post,
whon in song and story tho heroes
of tho Union, ovor a feast having
camp faro as tho principal viands
served withal in camp vessels, recall
their porsoual oxporionces in tho
mighty strugglo for tho lifo of thoir
nation from 18 Jl to 1803.
In former yoart the camp firos of
Geo. W. do Loug Tost wore held at tho
L'ost hoadquartors in King street.
Two years ago an agreeable chaugo
was made iu holding tho ovont ou
tho benutiful promises of Comrade
J. N. Wright at Little Britain, with
a real roaring camp lire ou the woll
woodud grounds shedding a cheer
ful radiance ou the company of
veterans aud their friends. This
was the scene of tho celebration last
night. Boforo 8 o'clock whon the
company had mostly assembled, a
huge pile of logs in tho park was
fired. Tho flames leaped as high as
tho trees, aud comrades aud guests
i so inclined gathered on beucuos and
' chairs to wiudward, whore they
could bask in the ruddy glow aud
I tell aud hear tho tales that origin
I ated about tho genuine camp tires
of t hirty years ago.
j The personuol of tho gathering was
I as follows: Post Commander J. N.
i Wright aud wife, host and hostess of
tho occasion, aided by Miss Auuotto
Wuudenberg; Adjutant J. V. Simou-
ion, Surgeon N. B. Emerson and
1 wife, Quartermaster E. J. Greene
md wife, Comrade a. JMcKoaguo
and wife, Comrade Rlioids, wife aud
daughter; Comrades W. F. Williams,
W. McCandloss, L. L. La Pierre,
Van Houteu, Sherman and McCabe;
Rev. E. G. Beckwith, D. D., Col. J.
rf. Soper, Mrs. Patterson, Mr. and
Sirs. Thus. J. King, Miss King, Mr.
King, Sr., Messrs. C. M. V. Forstor,
Frank Godfrey, W. H. Wright, Win.
Norton, M. N. Sanders, Luther, A. E.
Tho Hawaiian Provisional uov vlurniiv a,ul reuresontativos of the
erumeut is said to derive a delicate , u0LLETU, star aud Paradise of the
at tho sumo scenes
of distress. Mr. Vanllmiten procoml
utl to spoak of tho greater army that
put down tho rebellion, wh'eh num
bered two and a quarter million en
listed moil. Ho spoke eloquently ot
the numbers who went to t lie front
.mil caino not back in many caso3
weral from ono household going to
lill tho known unknown graves; of
tho thousands that perished iu tho
hospitals mid pri.so.is.
Surgeon Emerson opokn to his do
tail of "Tho Infantry." Willi a
humorous introduction bearing on
tho advantages of lighting on one's
nvn legs, drawing many examples
front the wars of ancient and modern
history, lie proceeded to describe
tho superior effectiveness of tho rillo
ro cannon in Dattle. 'lho cannon
ball made a great holoin tho ground
without perhaps hurting anybody
mil troops learned to discount its
nvful i oar, while thoro was no rolief
from thoawo-iuspiriug "ping" of tho
rillo bullet, lie told the story of an
Indian whoso dosciiption of tho sol
dier with n mngaziuo rillo was that
lie was a man who loaded all night
and fired all day.
Comd r. J.N. Wright canio to the
lofenso of tho horse. Ho only wish
ed ho had tho norvo of tho comrade
who had just spokou. Aftor awaken
ing much merrunmit. iu rotortiug ou
tho champion of Ciu infantry, he re
lated a thrilling experience of tho
cavalry with which ho was connect
ed, in "carrying out ordors in 18G1 to
burn Brandy Station and destroy
all stores and supplies of the enemy.
Then ho gave a graphic description
of that one of the most bloody tights
of tho war, tho Battle of tho Wilder
ness, iu which ho participated. His
corps was ordered to ride to Peters
burg, Va., and clear the city out lor
tho reception of tho wounded. They
did their work bo effectually that
within 24 hours thQro were 23,000
wounded hospitaled in public and
private buildings of tho c i 1 3. Ho
wanted boforo concluding, although
his lime was exhausted, to say a
word for that groat and good man,
General Grant. Tho speaker had
tho honor of being tho bearor of
despatches to Grant, several times
in 0110 week at tho time of tho Battle
of tho Wilderness. At tho last of
tho-.o visits to headquarters, General
Grant after reading tho despatches
brought by himself and two couriers,
tho only survivors of thirteen men
sent by Shoridau attended person
ally to providing hun with refresh
ments aud seeing that ho was made
comfortable for the night, chatting
anil smoking without a traco of ox
itetnent all tho while. "Now," con
cluded tho cavalry veteran, triumph
antly, "suppose thoso despatches
had been sent by that infant ryiniu
ovor there" pointing to Comrade
Emerson ;"l hey wouldn't have reach
ed thoro yot." (Laughter aud ap
plause.) Mi-s Ehoads effectively sans:
"Tenting on tho Old Camp Ground"
of tho blowiug'up ot tho rebel ram
Vlbermarlo It) a voluntoor forco of
blue jackets, .and tho sueco's of
which placed tho Union forces in
powor in tho States of North and
South Carolina. Of tho fourteen
men who went with Lieut. Gushing
on that oxpoditiou only three escaped
with lifo, and thoso three wore inon
from Maine, Massachuselt sand Con
necticut. Ably and well in ninuy a
hard fought light with but a plank
hotweou ttain and death had tho
naval arm of the Union foicos main
tained tho honor of I ho Stars and
Stripes. With referonco to tho pross
ho would say that it had boon con
stant and ever vigilant in giving
news to father, mother, Bistor, or
sweothoart, of tho over varying for
tunes of tho war. Pross men wore
in tho front ranks and thoir dut
was always done. The power and
duty of tho press is well expressed
in a fow lines which say:
Hawaiian Harflware do., L'fl
'Mini's nobli"t mission to mlvnncc,
His woes iwiviku. lilt wc.il unlriuu-,
His rights I'tiforji1, Ills wiongs re Ires".
Mightiest of the mighty, Is, 1110 Pross."
Comrade Van lloutou by request
gavo a recitation, a Dutchman's
vindication of tho privates iu tno
great struggle, which olicitod laugh
tor at every verse.
D. Logan of tho Bulletin in re
sponse to a call, added a fow re
marks as n comrade of tho pross.
"America" being sung by tho com
pany, Dr. Beckwith closed tho pro
ceedings with prayer and benedic
tion. It was now well on toward
midnight, aud tho congenial party
dispersed with mutual congratula
tions on tho happy manner iu which
the camp fire had been conducted.
Is a tautalizing admonition to thoso
who at this season fool all tired out,
weak, without appotito and discour
aged. But tho way in which Hood's
Sarsapnrilla builds up tho tired
frame and gives a good appetite, is
really wonderful. So wo say, "Take
Hood's and it will brace you up."
For a gonoral family cathartic wo
confidently recommend ITond's Pills.
By Ja3. F. Morgan.
comfort from a parting remark ol
Minister Blouut, that tho Uuitoc
States would rocognizo no faction
not iu possession of tho Capitol
Tho remark really has a certain
significance whon considered in con
nection with Admiral Skorrott's ro
cent preparations to "chock a threat
ened outbreak." If the United State;
will not recognizo tho Royalist!
until these have tho Capitol, auc
will not let them rise to take it, thi
outlook for tho gentlemen in posses
sion is not uuchcorful, and one cai
hardly wonder that they aro report
od as "highly pleased" by tho Ad mi
ral's action in "keeping a ring"
with the other fellows outside it.
Thoir high pleasure might fitly have
taken the torm 01 uproarious una
rity. But evidently it was not ai
"outbreak" that tho Admiral wa
concerned to check; it was an in
break. Heaven has never put it into
tho hearts of rats to break out of n
WHAT WUili IiIKEIiY HAPPEN.
Too much dependence on news
paper telegrams may bo a mistake,
one into which over sanguine people
may fall. That tho United States
.. Government will order a ballot taken
here to decide tho form of govern
ment under which we aro to live
may not be literally correct; but
that such a suggestion may bo made
to the Provisional Government h
quite likely. That such a sugges
tion will receive respectful atten
tion goes without saying when it U
understood that tho treaty of reci
procity expires by limitation in 1893
and a renewal of it will depend upon
the action of the present adminis
tration in tho United States.
A member of tho Senate Commit
tee on Ways and Means is quoted is
a Now York commorcial paper, at
saying: "We propose to abolish the
bounty on sugar entirely, and to put
a duty on it higher than tho Milh
bill did." Tho leaders of tho annex
ation party wero aftor tho bounh
on sugar when they deposed thi
Queen, and tho prospect of beiiu
loft without auy protection to out
chief industry, as will bo tho casi
with aunoxation impossible and tin
abrogation of tho reciprocity treat 1
quite possible, will mako tho Plan
tors' Labor aud Supply Company a
lively factor in politics, when wt
shall hoar somothiug drop ou thi
corner of Hotel and Fort streets
Tho samo selfishness that fouuc
expression in tho overturn of tbi
monarchy will bo to tho foro ti
decide our relations with tho United
For a lame back or lor a paiu ii
the side or cheat, try saturating 1
niece of llauuel with Chamberlain'
Paiu Balm aud biudiug it onto tin
alToetod parts. T1b treatment wil
cure auy ordinary case iu ono or t
days. Paiu Balm also euros rhoum
attain. 60 cent bottles for sale In
all dealers. Bonsou. Smith & Co,
ftgent,s for (ha Hawaiian lilftada.
Tho eaves of tho front veranda
wore fringed with small Americau
tlags, white largo specimens of "Old
Glor" curtained tho veranda on the
side overlooking tho camp fire. ATter
the last-arriving guest had been I
welcomed, aad a pleasant half hour
of social intercourse passed, the
company was invited into tho dining
room. There a long tablo was fouud j
spread with au abundant and most j
lUVllliig uuiiuuuii, iuuiu uuuiy uu-
sides tho army beaus, cooked to a
delicious ilavor, and hard tack, a
variety of toothsome odibles includ
ing apple aud pumpkin pies, with
tho finest of coffee served hot. Will
ing nanus 01 comraues waited on
tho ladies, whilo some of those, in
like manner, made all tho strangers
feel at homo. Comrade Williams
hud supplied a largo pot of big red
beans done beautifully, on which
there was a lively run uutil tho ladle
scraped bottom. When tho feasting
had waned the company was iuviteu
to seats in the parlor or within
hearing range thereto.
Quartermaster Greeuo opoued tho
literary exercises with remarks.
Early in 1861 South Caroliua so
ceded. Other young ladies joined
her aud it caused quite a little un
pleasantness. It would be impossi
ble for him to give details ot that
unpleasantness. One of its results
was the Grand Army of tho Repub
lic. It numbered to-day half a mil
lion men, all of whom had fought
for the Uuion, and received au hon
orable discharge. It was not neces
sary that each man should have
been the hero of a hundred fights.
It was enough that ho had obeyed
his commander, to entitle him to au
honorable discharge. It was not
oven necessary that ho should have
seen tho eueui', or charged up the
slopes of Gettysburg, btillico it il
ho had stood guard at a bridge.
Thoro wore some who claimed to
I have put down tho rebellion, like
I him whoso daughter said, "Mama,
what a pity Mr. Lincoln did not
help papa to put dowu the rebel
.1011." Mr. Greene then introduced
Miss Khoads who with voice aud
1 hands led tho singing of "Kullj
Hound tho Flug" at tho piano.
Comrade Van Houteu of Iowa ad-
dressed tho gathering on "Our Or
der." The subject was so largo that
j ho should confine himself to tho or
' ganizalion itself. If thoro was time
j ho might say something of tho army
1 that enlisted to put down tho rebel
I liou. Tho idoa of starting tho order
' originated with Stevenson of llli
' 1101s. Tho first post was orgauized
I at Decatur, Illinois, April 0, 18C0.
It received its first impetus by a
paper of that city publishing its
ritual in full. A striking circum
stance was that evorv member of the
stuifof thut paper was eligible for j
moiuborsliip, Although tho organi
zation met with enemies aud strong
opposition, oven with Gonoral Hum
bert us its first Commander aud
General Logan its second, it had
steadily made its way until it now
numbered half a million. It culti
vated patriotism but also had been
active 111 works of boucficuueo. Ho
cited its work iu tho yellow fever
visitation ot Now Orloaii", and 011
thooccudiuu of the almost destruc
tion of tho city of Charleston by
earthquake. Tho bpuukur paid u
high tribute to the work of tho
to tho piano, tho company joiniug
Evening Auction Sale !
Arlington Roann, Hotal Strest.
I will sell at public miction nt the Arling
ton itoonu, Hotel Street,
On SATURDAY, Sept. 23,
AT 7 O'CLOCK P. M.
A large Tnvoice of New Rtnple Goods, con
ill the chorus.
Comrade Ithoads undertook a
Quartermaster Greono introduced
him to show how "Tho Artillery"
put d jwu tho rebellion. Ho evoked
laughter by telling of how the can
non, on a certain occasion, cleared
the way, whilo tho infantry ran,
aud, for aught ho k'uow, wore ruu
Mr. Murphy, son of a veteran,
gao a recitation ou a war subject
m good stylo.
Adjutant J. Simnnson represented
"Tho Picket Guard." Tho picket's
duty wa-. ono of the hardest services
the soldier could bo sot to do. Out
iu the night, often amidst rain or
miow, it wa a hard, hard lifo. When
sent forward ho could never count
of a surety ou coming back. Tho
speaker related an anecdoto of his
own oxperienco on picket duty. An
intruder was halted by him one
night, and in his nervousness ho
(the speaker) discharged his carbine
in tho air, which brought tho whole
regiment to tho outpost, and the
prisoner was taken in and tho sen
try too. (Laughter) Ho told of
how tho counter-jumpers of the
cities proved superior in endurance
to tho stalwart men from tho coun
try on long inarches. In conclu-
all sizes and Patterns.
Table Lin"ns, Napkin", Table Covers,
Silk, Linen and Cotton
Silk Dress Patterns,
A few Embroidered Drets Patterns.
A great variety of
Suit and Pants Patterns
all styles and patterns, etc., etc.
jKjr- Goods will be on view all Saturday.
tsr- TERMS CASH I -B1
Jas. F. Morgan,
WAIAKEA MILL CO.
A TTHH AVNUAL MEKTIVOOPTHK
Jrx. Wjunkeii Mill i o , h 1 i Ins '.'i'ihI tlay I
nf September, IS'U, nt iliuoflieu nf 'llieo II, ."
Pavies & l;n , tlio roll.jui utuoers were
ekuted for the ensuing vnr:
l'-csiileiit Then. II. P.ivies.
VIi'e-Hri-sldent AI"X. Youni;.
Trea'-nrr l- M Sw.mzw
Serrotary .K. V. llnUNuortli.
Auditor .... T. Ii. Kuytvoith.
Ii. W. HOLDSWUltl'H,
Honolulu, Sept. 2?, 1813. 8j'7-lt
LATJPAHOEHOE SUGAR CO.
sion, lie toou auotuor cracu at ur.
Miss Rhoads, now introduced as a
daughter of their artillerist who had
spoken, favored the company Willi
a well-dolivered recitation in voroo
of a story of Morgan the raider.
Mrs. Patterson, a member of Gar
field Woman's KelioT Corps aud
daughter of a veteran who had gone
forwurd to tho great majority three
years ago, spoke enthusiastically of
nor ploaauro iu meeting tho vete
rans aud their friends. She hoped
tho day would soon come when
"Old Glory" would bo lloatiug over
Mr. Luther spoko briefly of the
order of tho Sous of Veterans, citing
its ruling principles of patriotism.
Mr. V. G. Smith of tho Star res
ponded to a call as representative of
tho press, llo spoko eloquently of
Grant's heroism iu his laie.st days
as illustratrivo of R.chelieu's expres
sion, "Iu tho hands of a man truly
groat the pen is mightier than the
sword," when, his family facing
povortj owing to financial disaster
not duo to his own fault, ho earned
n couipotonco for those near and
dear to him by his pan. Tho speaker
.iitiiough only burn tho )car buforu
tho war, had attended a good many
li. A. U. gathoiiiigs, but had never
enjoyed one so well as that of this
evening. Ho wound up with a
humorous story of au Irmh sentry,
winch brought down the hou-o.
Mr. Flunk Godfrey, editor of tho
Purudiao of the Pacific, ou being
called on said that ho had waited
to hear from some one of tho com
rades who would speak for tho For-vii-ms
rendered by the naval forces
duri.ig the rebellion. All of tho-o
h no n ad spokou had, however, shotil
Jered their crutches aud only show
ed now uoiiis wero won, wiiiiu iuu IV urilor wt!.klmw tt having l.eeu
lierojs 01 tno sea woro as yet tin- iu,i i,v I Jr. II. Troui'iiu uk rn I'liynl-
sung. Ho would any that tlio navy clu.n rhu uuvurul Pilot, ilm tJiiMiinw
nf Ifnclii q-ini iluriiiL' I lie war of the Oillwra can k'vh Information uhuiit the
ol uncio&.t in iitiruu, t no warm mo , , f. k Bltvr utlur
rebellion did such deeds as iiiadu all i,0Ul'Hi b,,urH tiUu ,.,,,., t.tl.. n.o liuuu
the world wonder and tho borvicu run Iikm-wi at Mr. Knlt' boat himu next
done has buou not foruottoii. but to ihu Marine, llallway. , i;or iirii-i, eto.,
AT THE ANNULMi;i;riVGOFTHK
Lnupiiioehno hnpir I'onipiny held
lliirt Wnil ilay nf Septi'tnlier, IS"3, nt tin nf
liurt of Theo. H. I) ivie it ( 'o , tlio folio Iiik
ollu-ura were dieted for the oneuliif; year:
President Theo. II. EhvIi-h.
Vive-President I- M. S.nnzv.
'treasurer. . W. H. Iiaiid.
f-eem'.aiy E V. Ilold-wonh.
Auditor . T. It. Keyworth.
E. V. ilOI.DaWuUTH.
Honolulu, Sapt. il, 1893. b.17- it
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN.
ANY PERSON Oil PERSONS FOUND
trcspiMi'niK and tdio iIiik panie upon
the lower or inakai p.irll-.n of the Hi of
Kiipnkiihi, Wiilkele, Oistiletof Kwa, l-daud
of Halm, 11. I,, will be prosecuted to the
full extent of the law.
J. M. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, Sept. 'JO, IS . 8il-lw
A GOVERNESS VOM TWO CHILD
reu on the Island of Hawaii. Apply
h letter to C. M. W.,
b3J.w llox 'ISl.
rpiIE UNDEKSIG.SKI) WILL NOT UK
JL rui'pou'dble foranj dehts euiuraeted
In his name without his wrltlmi consent.
8.13-tw l'KTEIt LEW.
i man and wlfo.
Would work together
.Man uimuiiilauuH nornes, or
Saturday, Sept. S3, 189,1.
Since this business was es
tablished and the people no
ticed that a little above the or
dinary .amount of energy and
enterprise were among the at
tributes of the management,
it has been a pleasure to a few
persons to put upon the Ha
waiian Hardware Co., the title,
" the fresh young firm." In
order to please every one,
even those who look upon our
success with a jealously inclin
ed eye, ana to remove ima
ginary appearances of fresh
ness we have completed ar
rangements whereby we con
trol the entire product of a cer
tain salt producing company in
this district, and offer to the
people of these Islands a pure
white salt of superior grade
at a shade less than they have
been accustomed to paying
under the Salt Monopoly. Our
arrangements are such that we
can furnish either one bag or
a thousand on short notice.
Hendry's Ready Mixed Paint
is making the buildings on
Merchant street look like new.
The building occupied by C.
O. Berger and Robert Grieve
is the latest to take the newest
and best remedy for prema
ture decay. Private residences
throughout the city are being
touched up to such an extent
that when the old residents re
turn from their World's Fair
jaunt they will think there has
been a building boom in Ho
nolulu during their absence.
Toilet sets are not often
broken and when they are
it is generally at an inconven
ient time. We have a large
stock of them suitable for
these times when people re
quire the maximum quality at
the minimum price. Our sets,
handsomely decorated, go to
you at prices ranging from
three dollars up. The hand
somest are in the makai win
dow. You'll smile when we
tell you the price.
The difference between good
and bad sporting ammunition
is demonstrated every season.
It is unnecessary for us to say
that the good article comes
from our store. For the sea
son which opens October i,
we have selected cattridges
oof the sort used by the sports
men in the Stages and if you
use them you will not have to
buy your game from the na
tives. By the return Australia
we will have an assortment of
canvas hats for use in the
hunting field. In addition to
our stock of cartridges we have
a full supply of cleaning rods
and other necessary shooting
Our San Francisco Agents
sent us, the other day, a pre
paration lor mending broken
crockery, wood and leather
that is destined to accomplish
great results in its line. We
have applied it to broken pro
mises of some of our debtors
and it worked like a charm
We have plenty of it iii siocU
and if you want some of it for
that or mending broken ani
cles of virtu we will be pleased
to supply you.
The Keystone Beater will
do other things than beat
eggs. It whips cream better
than by any other means; it
will reduce fruit to a fine pulp
for almost any purpose more
effectually than by the old style
of mashing; it can be used in
making puddings and almost
PLE OF F
Oornor Fort As Hotel Streets.
I AM NOW OFFERING AT
A FULL LINE OF
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at L5c.
Victoria Lawn at 65e. Piece.
cotchZephy rs Dress Ginghams
&E . ZEfj X3C Jbt. ZLi X G2 3331 ,
Comor Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
&r 7VE SH33ST3D OXTT1 -&u
WE HAVE HEOEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases I
ISO Dozen !
1920 ZEolszeiges I
FOR SAIiE BY THE-
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
5Pi3 "F'cvrt Stroot.
KonoTialta, H. I.
!? I ft
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
"Wortib. SO Cents.
would look lifter B'rJwi. Woman can I anvthinif else us:d as desserts,
iih, conk, etc. Apply .M. A. lioustilvoi, j i i l l i
FOB BALE FOB WANT OF USE.
A HTKA..M liAUN'UH IN I'MUH'MIWSH
"' ." "." .",... .i z'.:p: .: ... . :. : am.iy to mi. u. TjioubaUAu.
limy imiruuiuivu, y""" " uiuturv K , to ,, A. u.or 7 to p. h.
art durlug tuo rubulllou wu thut uiu-lia
and it's cheaper in the end and
better at all times than the do
zen other egg beaters that have
been on the market for the
last ten jears.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., l
0iMJulU Hpri.-ykiilb1 lllouk
U07 FOttT STltlflET.
100 Doz. Fonr-in-Hands
"Wortli 'ZS Oexrts.
II. S. TREGLOAN & SON.
1 , 'i!