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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Stct nor Party,
but Established for the benefit of Ml.
FU1DAY, OCT. 20, 1893.
Honolulu has limy hml the repu
tation of possessing a ooioty of
high uultivation in lottors and the
lino arts. Thoro is ovory roason to
boliovo that it will mifltniu its good
uauio to-morrow, iu tho response
that will bo givon to t he annouueo
mont of a public lot'turo bj the
norld-faiuuil author, Mr. Koburt
Louis Stovonson. It will bo souio- i
thing to rovort to with ovorgroon !
pleasure in aftor lifo, that ono has
had tho privilege of a iH)iu,sjaud heat
ing on a public platform . uoh a mas
ter in literature. Soimo of those who
heard Mr. Stevenson's pron'oussomi
privato talk, while on liiH present
visit, iloolareil they would u ot have
missed it on the pure mi jrits of
the discourse, apart from tlui speak
er's celebrity for anything.
FELL ON HIS HEA1.
Supposed Attompt at Suicido
Hosidouts iu tho vicinity of Mb re-
Fort streets woro st ;arlL 'd .
by tho report of a pistol shor tlv b
fore 5 o'clock yesterday evenii 3g. i
telephone message to tho .1'olict'
Station brought Captain Ho okano
to thoscoue. Tho ollicor ontorii.'gtho
McLain promises saw a man si ttiuy
ou tho veranda with blood strumm
ing from a wound ou tho back of tho
head. Two women woro also sitt ing
un tho vorauda. Hookauo brou; rht.
tho man to tho Station, where Jiu
gave tho name of l'utthutF, writi ug
it himself. I'utthuff accused auoth ior
man named G. Carlson of havii ig
tried to murder him. I'utthull'w as
taken bolow anil Dr Cooper as
summoned. Tho doctor probed ti lo
wound but could not iiml tho bullc i,
and after a while gave it up, an (I
bandaged the man's head. He was
laid out in tho yard on a &trotchor.
Detective Larsen, who had in the
meantime been sent to got Carlson,
arrived with the man. Carlseu
not soom surprised at being aeousvd, I
as he had been with i'utthuff nearly
tho whole day, aud had loft linn
shortly before the shooting, on au
errand. Carlson stated that i'till
huff sent him to get something and
just as they parted Putthuff said,
"Goodbye Carlson, you'll uevor sou
me alive again." Carlson asked him,
"What do you mean, Harry ?" aud
he answered, "Oh, never mind!" and
lepeated his former remarks.
When Carlson returned ho met
I'utthuff standing at the door with
blood oozing from a wound in his
head. Carlson asked him what ho
had been doing, but ho seemed
dazed and did not answer. Carlson
walked into the room and found a
small pistol lying on tho bed. This
lie uitked tin "and handed to a fol
l.u; lfil.rrof Pnttlititr. Wlion Carl
.-.. .W. .--
sea was relating his story at the Sta
tion, Putthuff, who was lying on the
stretcher, heard him and jumping
up made a rush at Carlson, saj ing.
"You shot me, Carlson." An ollicor
The wound is not serious ami
there is every reason to boliovo that
Putthuff attempted suicido while in
a lit of intoxication. Dr. Cooper
dressed the wound again at tho Sta
tion, where I'utthuff had been kept
all night. The doctor found a cut
about au inch deep, and is of tho
opinion that it was caused by some
blunt instrument. Putthuff had
probably fallen on some hard object,
and tired a shot afterwards. Then
sere no powder marks ou his face
and the pistol being a lt-calibro
gives tho lie to tho man's statement.
He was givon a glass of whisky aud
loft about 8 o'clock this morning.
He is slightly delirious and his head
is swollen where it is injured.
Honolulu Holding Its Own in the
Journal of That Body.
Two or throe years ago tho Bulle
tin gave a good deal of notice to
the prospectus of the Polynesian
Society, thou starting with head
quarters in Now Zealand for the pur
pose of preserving tho historical ro
maius of Polynesia from before the
advent of civilization. Prof. W. D.
Alexander of Houolulu was ono of
the first to bo asked to co-operate
iu the movement. A goodly number
of members have since been enrolled
iu this group, who receive regularly
tho Journal of tho Polynesian So
ciety published quarterly.
Tho latest issue of tho Journal
came by tho Monowai, and no less
tlian live gentlemen resident here,
including one temporary, are men
tioned iu its pages. In the publish
ed papers is ono entitled, "The Song
of Kualii," a translation by Mr. C. .).
Lyons, of tho Government Survey,
with an instroductiou by Professor
Alexander, at present Special Com
missioner to Washington. Papers
of which tho reeoipt is acknowledged
include one each from Messrs. A.
Marques and V. J. Testa of Hono
lulu the former ou, "Are tho Ha
Tvaiinns Dyiug Out," aud the latter
entitled, "Kanaka Maoli."
The Journal records the election
on Sept. '2.1 of Mr. Jfobert Louis
Stevenson, now sojourning hero, as
the 17bth member of tho society, the
total membership having reached at
date of publication 180.
Mr. Orandall Very Low. '
IJosidents who remember Mr. Hor
ace I. Craudall, tho civil engineer j
who designed tho Houolulu Marino
Kail way, will regret to know that
by last mail ho was reported nearly ,
blind and very low in Uoslon. Mr.
Crandall is the inventor of the typo
of marine railway working hero, in-
eluding oven the gearing of tho cog- i
wheels, ami has superintended the '
..ii..ilHi...f iin .kf uiit.il.i .....ela fil
wuiirnuuuuu ui minimi nuipn uv
many pluces on the coasts of .Nortu
and South Amuiiua.
Civil and Criminal Decislona Chr.
Gartz Sunt to tho Hoof.
In tho ease of ,. V, Bowlor vs. 11. !
12. Molutyro, executor of J. S. Walk
er, writ of orror, tho Supremo Court j
has conlirmod tho judgmont of the'
court below for defendant as a joint
judgmont instead of one iu several- i
l. Creightou and Peterson for
platntiiY in orror; (.'. lirowu for do- I
fondant in orror. j
ICu.il.tim vs. Yoiiiil'. stiiiiinnrv mis-
hession of laud, has been decided by
the Supreme Court for plaint ill', the
exceptions of defendant against
Judge Cooper's judgment, being
over-ruled. Magoou for plaintiff;
Castle for dofouiiaut.
Tho Supreme Court has sustained
tho order for now trial made by
Judge Whiting, on "the ground of
misconduct of the jury, in tho case
of Maria Kaauaatia vs. Keahi and
others. 1'Acoptions of plaintiff aru
over-ruled, and a new trial is order
ed. C. W. Ashford for plaintiff; J.
i A. Magoou for defendant.
A unanimous opinion of the Su
premo Court, prepared by Justice
Krear, has been rendered against
tho appeal of Christian Gortz from
conviction of importing opium. Tho
defendant has therefore to go to
jail for six mouths and pay a lino of
??i0O. A summary of the decision is
"It is not a ground for a now trial,
that a iurv was drawn, against tho
j objection of the defendant, from tho
remainder of tho regular panel after
tho names of twelve jurors who wore
sitting in another case had boon
withdrawn by order of the Court,
no prejudice being shown to have
resulted I herefrom to the defend
ant. 'Section !), Chap. 01, Laws of 181)2,
does not give tho defendant tho
right to the closing
ho piesonts no evidence.
"Instructions need not bo given in
the form reiptc-tcd, if an given they
correctly state the law and cover
'The unexplained presence of
opium in a case of goods imported
by the defendant is evidence from
which tho jury may infer an intent
on the part of 'the defendant to im
port tho opium.
"Makiug au entry of goods, and
describing the goods iu tho entry as
exempt from duty and as imported
by tho steamer Australia from San
Francisco, is evidence from which
the jury may iufur that tho steamer
came from a foreign port."
I JUnrlUf 4,.li,i-..l U' n CIllllt.il Till-
the Government ; C. W. Ashford for
Houry Smith, master, has made a
report iu tho matter of the estate of
Charles Apiaui Long. Tho accounts
cover a period of nine years and four
mouths to Ma,) 1, lS'.Ki. Tho duties
of tho iinistei comprised a computa
tion of commissions and a division
. of the estate consequent on tho
i coining of age of two of the bene
j liciaries Giovanni A. aud Catharine
i A. Long. There are securities of
.S)ri.f)tl() and a cash balance of .?81.'1.08,
j and .'?i.j,lH)(5.ii0 has boon expended by
guaidiau ou account of expenses of
, tho several beneficiaries. Balance
J distributive sham of Giovanni is
i .?&m.:H, aud thai of Catherine
S'.xhJO.M). lo new account tho shares
of tho as )et minors Carlo, Elias
and Autouiuo -loss their expenses
and commissions, are: Carlo, (5371.
)."; Klias, .1)10,111; Antonino, S8SG7.
81. Guaidian's total commissions
for the whole term to date are 3231).
02. Judge Whiting has approved
the repoit and made an order ac
cordingly. This report will bo a
criterion for charging commissions
under tho now law, which allows
them to bo charged jon capital as
well as income.
Judge Cooper is this afternoon
hearing tho case of Queen Dowager
Kapiolani vs. S. W. Mahcloun, in
which plaintiff charges defendant
with forging a deed from King Ka
lakaua to himself of certain real
estate for a consideration of 5000,
tho valuo of tho property being held
as some times that amount. Hatch
for the plaintiff; C. W. Ashford for
tho defendant. Mr. A. Kosa and Dr.
Trousseau wore the first witnesses.
It Was Being Blade in Large Quan
tities on Staton Island.
Xniv Voiik, Sept. 2(. An extensive
counterfeiting plant was raided at
Livingston, S. 1., last night, aud
Angolo Delnoeo aud his alleged wife
woro arrested. Tho police secured
over .?1,IXX),(X)0 in counterfeit bills.
There wore four in tho gang alto
gether, two men and two women.
Before State Commissioner Bellow.-'
at Brooklyn to-day Dolnoco
was held in SSOIKJ aud the woman in
$2500. It seems that Dolnoco is au
export engraver, and ha-j charge of
au extensive plant in tho Argentine
Republic On account of tho revo
lutionary trouble.-, he returned to
this country about three months
tigo, and ontoiod into an arrange
ment with a man named Porris to
make counterfeits of the Argentine
currency, anil tho women woro to
dispose of them for good American
specie and bills. J'erris weakened
and gave information to the police,
which led to the raid last night.
UKIMi MY Alii;Ni K FIKlM TilIK
Kingdom Mr. W. l.ishiiiaii will hold
my power ol attorney.
i. W. AIACK.VKI.ANi:.
Honolulu, Oct. It), 1J. WW lw
liOOD I'WINO MJSI.VKSh, WKI.J.
i-slublialH-il iiml centrally located.
Kor iiaitloiilar- imiuire of
i.. K. HOAKD.MAN,
NA) 1 iii .Mil Kurt htreet.
1Y A YOUNO (IKIIMAN AT KAK.M
l) ing or any Kind of wuil; about a place,
Would accept Ida w igex fol the Mileof
ciiiploxiiicnl. Adilre-s "0." thl- Olllcc.
rnili; ANNl'.U. MKK'l INO Ol
1 'mNM. t o Will III
Mi. i' will lie held Oil MON-
nl J'. i . ucioner )'), iwi,i, ui
1U . M,, at t lio
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If. llelKi I.
Continental Curroncy Carefully Kopt
by Two of tho Carter Clan.
Last Monday's Advertiser contain
; ed the following item among its
"A continental note bearing tho
date of the year 17711 is claimed to
bo in tho possession of J. N. Carter,
of Athens, Ga. The bill has been in
tho Carter familv for over a cen
tury." Un seeing the foregoing item, Mr.
C. U. Carter, of Honolulu, called at
tho IJn.uvns ollioo with a continen
tal uoto a oar older than the one
treasured by his namesake in Geor
gia. Tho face of the nolo bears the
following in a bold italic type:
Twenty Dollars. No. KSIMSS. This bill
entitles the bearer to receive T l'.NTV
SPANISH DOLLARS, or thu value thoro
of in Gold or Silver, aceordiiur to u rosolu-
tion imH'd bv Congress at L'lillii 'I'lpliin,
Sent. Jlitll, I7s.
In tho margin "Continental Cur
rency" appears at each end. and on
tho "top and bottom, each, "The
United States of America." On tho
right hand side is the representation
of a seal bearing a plowed field with
tho motto, "Vi-Coneitatio," ou its
. On the rovorso sido is tho impres
sion of an oak leaf within a heavy
border, and tho inscription "Twenty
Dollars" below. At tho bottom of
tho same sido is tho printers' im
print, in typo larger than would bo
allowed for such a purposo to-day
"Printed by Hall and Sellers, 1778."
Tho printing is for tho most part
still sharp and clear, tho words sot
iu tho heavy borders alone being
faded. It is all in black ink. Tho
fact of those two relics being in tho
hands of men of tho namo Carter,
so far apart as Georgia and Hawaii
and entirely unknown to each other,
is a noteworthy coincidence. Mr.
Carter of Honolulu inherited his
continental note aud treasures it as
a precious hoirloom.
To Got at the Facts
Regarding Hood's Sarsaparilla, ask
the people who take this medi
cine, or road the testimonials often
published in this paper. Thoy will
certainly convince you that Hood's
Sarsaparilla possesses unequalled
merit, and that Hood's Cures.
Hood's Pills cure constipation by
restoring tho peristaltic action of
tho alimentary canal. Thoy are the
best family cathartic.
By Lewis J. Lovey.
House & Lot
KOI! SAI.i: AT .WVTION.
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15
AT U! O'CLOCK. NOON,
.A.T MY SALESROOM
I win. -m.i. t riiin.n' au i kn
The House and Lot!
Situated at the oornor of Mvtcnlf mid
I'oclcy Hill Street, Munoa.
Size of Lot 200x300, Area 1.36-100 Acres
The Hcm-u lias I Uuoius, I'aiurv, t'ook-liou-e,
Stable ami Cnriue llou-e, ami
Water laid on.
W- TKK.MS CASH ! -HB1
Le-wis J. Levey,
-1,0-iit AUCTION RK It.
Household -:- Furniture
On SATlTRDAY, Oct.
AT in O'CLOCK A. M.
1 will fell at Public Auction, at m Sales
room (reniovi d for eoiivcnicin'oof -.-lie),
a quantity of Hou-eluilil l'ur
niture, coiiMstiue of
1 Large Koa Center Table,
1 Mahogany lixtimvinii Dining T.ible,
Leather I'pliohtered Dining Uliaird,
Walnut Center and Card Table,
1 I!. V. Sideboard, Whatnots,
Wardrobes, lion Bedsteads, Iiiiroaus,
Wash Siands, 'J Hook Cases,
l.AitoK ci:NTi:it mio,
1 Large Bird Cage, Etc., Etc.
rpili: CNDKUSKINKD OKI'KUS I'OH
X .Sale the following Jieautlful riloel;
THE KINK HOKSi:
VNIi TIIK Hll.l.OU I.NU MA II KM
Angle A,, Josie W.,
Sally Black & Colt,
Yum Yum & Colt,
Ivory, Violet, Lellehiia,
True Blue & Colt,
Of Killl Pedigrees of the aliovo I'Ull Im
seen nl (lifeulHd Sinlilcs, where price and
IcruiH fit n hu ariiiliged to ail'l the times.
I Greeulleld Staulos, ; Kapiolani Park,
i W. H. RICKARD.
' Oulober t, MAii. sMl-lm
Tloroiig ibl Stock
FOR SALE ! I
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'ft
Saturday, Ocl, 14, 1893.
There has been an air of
business along the water front
during the past week that has
permeated a good many of the
stores of Honolulu, principally
ours. The indications are
strongly in favor of increased
trade during the next six
months and we are taking time
by the fore lock and preparing
ourselves for what we think,
will be an era of good times.
Honolulu and the Islands gen
erally have passed through a
period of depression that will
be lomr remembered ; the
I people of the United States
are suffering from a more ag
gravated form of the disease
and the people there look for
relief through legislation while
it has come to us through nat
ural, at the same time, unex
plained course it just came.
The prospect of a higher price
for sugar in the near future
has given the managers con
fidence and they are willing to
expend money for improve
ments and repairs, a fact which
would not have existed had the
outlook not been bright. For
years Hawaii has been depend
ent upon sugar to an extent
that when there was a good
year almost every inhabitant
shared in the prosperity and'
when a poor season came
along they linked arms in ad
versity. To a certain extent
the same state of affairs exist
today, the sugar producer
looks with a bright eye and a
light heart to better times, and
he invests accordingly. The
laborer who has worked dur
ing the past season on the co
operative plan finds himself
better off than he expected by
several hundred dollars and he
yearns for an outlet for his
savings. Diversified industries
on Hawaii are practically in em
bryo ; that they will develope
and be numbered among the
resources of the country there
can be no doubt. When that
times comes, though sugar will
ever remain the leading pro
duct of the islands, coffee and
fruits will occupy such promi
nence that when there is an off
yar in sugar, the loss to the
merchant will be made up from
the money spent by the promo
tors of other industries.
Unless all signs fail this
country will be connected with
the United States by a com
mercial treaty that will be as
great a boon to the fruit grow
er as was the reciprocity treaty
to the sugar planter. Land
that now lies idle will be plant
ed in fruits and canneries will
spring up like mushrooms.
The prohibitory duty on canned
goods entering the United
States from this port will be
wiped out and canned Hawaii
an fruits will be known through
out the world. The prospects
for Hawaii's advancement
among the world's commerce
are brighter now than they
have been for years, and for
that reason we have added
thousands of dollars worth of
goods to our stock during the
last few days.
Notice the stacks of fine
grade "Aloha" and plain cocoa
mats in our show rooms. Our
London buyer hunted England
over for the best products of
the manufacturers, and we
have never had mats of a better
quality of fibre or closer woven
backs than we offer today as a
I iuouil ui iiirt iiiui La ill yuui dim
our interests, ine same may
be said of scissors, we've never
had a larger or more varied
stock of these goods than are
on our shelves today. We
prefer some lines of goods
made in the United States to
those of England and scissors
is one of them. The steel is
better and the workmanship
surpasses the English just as
a French kid Parisian-made
boot excels in beauty the pro
duct of the shoe factories in
Northampton. There's a knack
about the finishing, the polish
ing and the putting together
of American scissors that is
lacking in the British, We
have them for button holes,
ripping, cutting or for dress
making aud tailors use. The
peculiarly bent ones are for
doing delicate work on the
nails. They cut corners on
toe nails so that ingrowths are
entirely done away with.
It is a strange, but none the
less true fact, that another
branch of the cutlery trade is
monopolized by England for
tne same reasons mat nmerica
controls the scissors branch.
Pocket cutlery from the fact
ory of Wostenhohn is superior
to any made in the world. It's
difficult to find a person who
would accopt a knife made by
any one else, even as a gift.
We have a show case and
several shelves filled with pock
et knives from this well known
factory. They're in pearl, and
tortoise shell handles with from
two to six blades, one diminu
tive specimen is suitable only
for ladies owing to the size ;
the quality is the best. Larger
knives with bone handles and
supplied with little tools for
use by campers are included
in the assortment.
Our notice about wire fence
last week brought us inquiries
from all over the group, and or
ders from several plantations.
We can meet the demand now
that the "Plluger" is belching
thousands of coils of galvaniz
ed and black annealed wire
into our warehouses. The
locked fence is made with this
wire and the addition of spring
stays and washers which are
sold only by us. There is so
much saving in the cost of
erecting the fence and so much
life added to it that compari
sons with the old style fence
are odious. A manager on
Kauai who is using our new
fence puts his posts forty feet
apart and the stays at a dis
tance of six feet. If you've
been accustomed to building
fence and locating your posts
every five or six feet you will
have no difficulty in calculating
the saving by adopting our
new methods. Other people
find it more economical and
there's no reason why you
Washita oil stones, either
plain or in boxes, are new
arrivals with us, and we have
added also to our stock of in
sulated wire and tape for use
in putting in telephones or
electric bells. Electricity is
one of the branches in some of
the schools in the States, and
there are no doubt many lads
in town who have read up on
the matter and would have put
call bells and burglar alarms
in their parents homes but for
the expense. So far as our
charges for material go this
is an error. Two or three
dollars will pay for the material
necessary for either a call bell
or any alarm from the chicken
house to your bed room.
The Keystone Beater has
driven every other kind of con
trivance for beating eggs out
of one-half the kitchens in Ho
nolulu and we have enough of
them left in stock to supply
the remaining half of the po
pulation. We have also among
our new goods several hun
dred gross of tacks of various
sizes put up in neat Japan
lacquered boxes which may be
utilized as receptacles for but
tons, hair pins, etc., after the
tacks are used. The price of
these tacks is about the same
as those put up in the conven
tional stiff paper. The quality
is in keeping with the boxes
If one style churn is better
than another we have it. If
you want one that will make
butter in five minutes the Am
erican Wonder is the churn you
are looking for. If you want
one that will make just as good
butter, but will take a little
longer to do it we have it for
you. 11 you want a barrel
churn that will turn out the
golden hued necessity in we
don't know how many minutes,
it's yours for the asking. The
bill will go to you at the end
of the quarter. It doesn't
make any difference what kind
of a churn you want we can
supply you. We have the
wooden spoons for working
the butter after you are
through churning and the
moulds for putting it in shape
for the table.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
l)iKial(ti Hpreukelh' lllonk,
1107 FORT STRMIflT.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Comer Fort Se Hotel Streets.
Grand Sale !
Embroideries, : Lace : Veilings,
Handkerchiefs for Ladies and Gentlemen.
A LAW US LIXE OF
Ladies' Blouses and Waists, Kid Gloves
Will be nflVrwl nl a OREAT SACKIFICE in onU-r
to make room for
ISO O .A.SES
:: Xmas and Holiday Crooc&s
"Which have arrived by the "Transit. '"
DO NOT MISS THIS CHANCE!
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. I.
"T a H
The Best Manila Cigar in the Karket.
A FRESH COXSrGXMEXT .JUST TO HAND AND
FOli SALE IX
LOTS TO STJIT!
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID
HOLLISTER &; CO.,
Druggists and Tobacconists,
J3SF3 TT'OTt. St.T"t..
Notice to Tenants!
"VfOTlCK IS HKIUOHY lilVKN TO A
iA lierMiiiM li vini! ui tf mint" mi hunK
longing to the K itutc of tliu l.itu King Knlu-
Kauu, iim wen a-on minis inMotiyiiiy to inn
iiiiilursignuil ami tlnui' of D.iviil Kiiuaiu
nakoa and .1. Kalainanaok', for vh cli nr
rangi'iiiciits him- Im'imi niaili- lx-tween tliein
ami Jlr. .1. I'tinknula, tliat payments of
rent milnt hereafter lie untile to liie person
ally. When making payment it ii re
quested that tenants liring copies of their
leases ami the lut receipt received ly
thum. It is also the wish of the under
signed to meet anil confer with tenants on
the iir.stday of every mouth for six iiiuii(Iis,
beginning October" HI, IS9I, nnil ending
April 111, 18U1.
W Olllce at llonuakalia.
Honolulu, Oct. Ill, liil.'i. s:U-liii
Hawaiian Provisional Government Stamps !
1JUTU, SKTS HAWAIIAN I'ltOVIS
J? ionnl Government S'anips CM in set)
will be on sule at the Hawaiian N't-ws Oo.'s
Store for this week only, at ..DO per set.
rpHE MANAGEMENT OK THE MEK
JL ry-KO-round hereby warns all persons
to keep clear of the cabin and machinery
of ftiid Merry-go-round when in motion,
as lie will not be responsible for accidents
caused by the. same. Anyone caught des
troying or mutilating tin1 Merr,-go round
or Its Cover will. lie prosecuted according
to law. .lOSEl'H A. VICTOlt.
Honolulu, Kept, ai, lrtt.l. I'ropiictor.
I ADIKh AND GENTI.KMEN INTE-
1-j rested iu lheosoplilcal htudlc-, or
Theosopliieal l.iti r.itiuv, nic ic(Ue.-ted to
communicate on the subject Willi A. M.'l.,
'. O. liox II.', Honolulu. b' II lw
MY WIKK, MAltiA Jtlhi: OI.isE.V,
having lolt my llcd mid Hoard with
out sulllcicnl cau-e, I hcrclr, give notice to
the public that I will not he icspoiislhlc
fiom this date for any debts contracted 1
liur III niv name. E. OI.SKN.
Honolulu, Get. is, Irtts. 8.-iS-:it
1 '.VWA1AHAO bHMlNAIIV HAS ES
JV tablislied a Domumic Uri'UiiMKf.r
ami is prepared to take, otders for jellies,
lireadiiiidcal.es. All orders for fruit eal.tt
for Thanksgiving and t hristiiias should he
sent lit ouch. h"l llu
A 1,1, I'KltSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against Unhurt William Holt per
sonally are requested to present the same
without ilelav at tho Olllce of
IlltUUli A A. J. OAKTWUIOHT.
Honolulu. Aim. ;' IWil. MX-if
IIHLW.TIN-'. CO I.
uniuu of Interesting Riudlug M.itler I
nmllwl to fnrxli'ii ""Ni'tri, U"
Grand Sale !
KConolial-u., EC. I.
To Lot or Louse.
ON'K (Hi1 THItKK ni:v
Cottages on corner of
lAirt ami School Streets.
Anulv on the nrentl-es. or
at Frank ISrown's store, Meruhunt Street.
VTKW HOUSK OF FIVE
Ll rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent v. 0.. et. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
7 VAI.l'AIH.K I'IKCICS OK
I improved Property, located
in dillerent parts of the City of
Honolulu; all bargains. Apply
lor full liartieulnrs to
JIIUVE A- A. J. CAIiTWKIUHT.
rpiIE RESIDENCE AND
JL Lot situated on Wil
der's Avcnne, bolow Luna
iilo Home, and owned bv
tho undersigned, is for sale on advantage
ous terms. Apply to
S'21-'.ni At W. S. I.uco, Merchant HI.
is- opposite the
Cieiglitou. Thu grounds are spacious, and
well shaded with Ornamental and Emit
Tin"!; only a minute's walk to Tiamways.
The lluildlugs will be put iu thorough re
pair to suit tile wlshc of a good tenant.
Kor further particiilais, apidj to
liKUl V. I'AUTW 1111111.1,
TfiiMeo for Mrs.
Mary S. I.Ovoy.
Real Estate Agency
No. 610 Fort I
1 House ou
1 House ou
Gerniaulu street !f0 per
Emma Square fb per
1 Store under thu "Arlington."
1 Store ou Nuiiauu street.
'J. Houses ou lleretaitla street.
' Houses ou Kort street.
House and lot ou llerelanla street near
lYusac.ola. Lot 'Mi feet front ace utid
HO feel deeo.
Several Desirable Residence!) at tlr.it
I Residence on Gernianla street,