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ftlw cOnUjj bulletin.
H'llged to neither Srct wit J'tirty,
Hut KntuUlhhfd for tht linn lit of All,
THURSDAY, I'KU. 1. IN) I
Hohort V. Wileox, in one of lii
spicy letters to CoUo Cu-iar Moreno,
publislunl in tin Washington papers.
i .. . i u ......:
giu-a as one ruatoii why t ho a at-
ian nrmj would not lilit noil, that
an excess of idleness has made the
troops dyspopiio. lVrlinp it is the
quornlonsnoss of gatronoinii' doliU
itv that has led to the diim-al of
tho experienced ultiteeo.ili.niul the
substitution of a Chinaman, m the
Fedeiatiou of tho Australian C' Io
nics has, according to late advices,
been greatly promoted by the visit
of Hon. Mackenzie Dowel), Canadian
Minister of Customs. His discus
tions with Australian tatenien
uiudo one thing very clear. That
u the great dilllculty of arranging
for Iniptovod Hade relations between
all Australia and other countries,
while the different Colonics had very
diverse tariffs from each other. A
is the vase with lunniia, lue loio- ,
uies tax goods from tho Mother
Country the same a fiotn any other
Suspicion will tall 011 the Govern
ment for dislovalty to tho cans, if it '
goes on making frieiullv compacts.
I I .... ..ill.
such as a parcel- pot system, with ,
(!fiin.ilu. C...i..r;ilU lb,. . il. oruans 1
have reerved the term
ut one of the bitterest epithets
their repertoire of invective. Uea- 1
Miunhlc persons will, however, bo
glad that the largo niuniiT of peo- '
pie 111 there islands haMiig lriouds in
the United Kingdom and Canada j
are to have facilities for getting!
small articles of utility, sample oft
merchandise and tokens of esteem ,
soul cheaply between here and those 1
countries. All tho harm the cou von- j
louce can d to Aiueticau trade will '
not amount to a llenbite. while local
trade will be helped by the impetus
given to the sale of Hawaiian arti
cle for M'luling away by the parcels
post. To ox-l'ostinater-(.ioiieral
Water Hill is due a largo xhaio ol
the credit foi working up the parcels 1
post exchange with Ureal Britain. '
Ue conducted a voluminous cones- '
potuleiico fiom tin end ou the sub- ,
iect. ami for a tune it looked as if it
cotiid ouiy ue arraugeo oy ny 01
the Austialiait Colonies.
Tlio Councils nud tho vJhltomo.
hut run Bit.LKrts: -
The Chtuofe tpie.stiou has bobbed .
up soreiiely again. Like DaiiquoV j
gliost 11 will not down, ami 1 must I
uy that the attitude of our Conn-
oil's ou that quoi-liou is -well, to put ;
it mildly, a lull" uicousisiotit. 1 hey 1
were the people who woio to stand
up for vvoMoru civilization, and woie
not going to ilio.v the wicked ;
hpreckcls to flood tin country 'h
cuolies, and now they propo to do
tin lloodiug tliouielVes.
ispreckcU was right when he mid
that ho had to have cheap luhor to
uiulto eiigar. C'hoap labor means '
coolie labot. for no Willie iti.ill will
work 111 a cti.e- lield, and vt 11 an
American tiegio would have lo be '
t ....... ....i . j
uiier ir-im'w uuii .u ........
llltlll tlio mtT(in'lf tlllUtUllOII li.
No rt'tlMilililili' lll.'ui uliji't'l tu I lio
iilHiilvrr.' haunt; nil tin' n.uli.M tlic
' . , .. n ,. i i i .
Mitul Inr thoir wiini lnlil, lull llnj
imit Iiu iimilo tu hiii) tlicro ur !
li'Uiu tlin ouiium. Tlii'V innst noi
Iih ulhiuvtl lo I'linni to lliiiioliilnitiui
cttmin'ht willi tin wliitu rilort'ln-oiinr
uuil tiicoliaiiii If tlioy ur', ilu
lorvki't'iinr mI umvliaiiui will Ikimi
to lonvi', ami tlii'rn won't Im iuoiikIi
wluti na-n to form anolln-r I'oiiinut
let. of safely, to tay notliing of an
other lrisli-Anii'rifun Lvukuu.
If our Miinstcrr) winilil count oil
tlii" roof ami admit tlny wre onliu
tiry mortals uln-r all, ami not claim
all tliu virtuiM iu tlio cnluuilnr for
llit'UiM'lvcs, tln'.v uoulil cuao lt lm
tLo luugLiiiK "lock of tlio inili'ii'nil
fill prt'i-- Liittli at liniiii' anil uliroml.
Tnib nilMce if crati.
Anotiilii Tm iti.sr
lioiioltilii. FkIi. 1, IMU.
1 notice iu .Mi
T. II. L).lie' letter
i.ublibhetl in l ne IJili.ctin ycsiertlay,
the follow tug nlateuiout, "Tholjueeu
having violated her Coiihtitutional
oath, and thereb.v abolvtl every
one who held by tho CouHlitution,
from perbottal nl.o iauce to her."
While 1 do u"l wish it lo be tuidor
utood that I am taking any excep
tion to the siaiid .Mr. Uavie lia
Hlatemeut. ilie mere intoniioii iloes
not couf.titute an act; lhi is a well
known principle of law. .Mr. Uavie.-
eerlniulj knows that whatever the
intent i m of the ijimeii ma havi
been, the act wiw not couHiimmated,
therefore hit statement that, "livery
oue who held by the (JoiiHiitution
vva" abbolved from personal alle
giance lo her," is invalid.
Hood's utul Only Hood's
Hood's .Sarsajiarilla is carefullv
prepared fiom .Samapaiilla, Uando
lion, Mandrake, Dock, l'ipsissevva,
Jumper berries and other well
known remedies, Ir, a peculiar coin
biiiation, pro)ortion and piocess.
giving to Mood s htr.iaparilln ctira
tlve iiowcrH not possiwsed by otlmi
medicines. It olfeets remarkablt
live iiowcrs not possessed bv other
intdioiiien. It oll'ects remarkable
uurot when other prniaratloii" fail
Uood's Pills euro blllousneiu
tukoli regarding the unforlunato , ' ' "'"K "i. '"in n.umrn nun
coudilion of Hawaii, Btdl I wish to , Mr. AI en giving him the iinpression
poirilotitto him where he is tu oi- that the ip.estion was not under
?.... , ,,.,.!,,,,,, ,i,u ,.i,.,e.. stood, he moveil that the vote be
Regular Oonoral Sosslon of the Exe
cutlvo and Advisory Councils.
At this afternoon's" scwon of tlio
Exooutivn and Advisory Councils
l'rt'sidont Dole was in tho ehair, with
lii in bxing present: Ministers Kintf,
Damon ami Sniitli; Councillors
llnli'li vicu Pre-uilont), Wilder, Al
leu, Watcrhouse, Eua, Drown, Tett-
."' N,,Ui -M,,r!,u S,,hr Bo,u, '"'
)r j,,,,,, ..tary. rn, ,iii.
ut,.. ()f previous mooting.
j Ministor D.mioii read tho weekly
tinanoial .tateiiient a follows:
j,.(mhi rtrruni:r kui nifc With
Kmmmi J.mky 1. Imii.
r""j;"i Mn,u"; im,
1.475 li I
''Vis to I
V2 to I
m U i
Itn'iiiiic I'm illllrii
I'll on . .
l'.iy Police, 'nliil
Kl.it tic l.llit .
Int' . .
'nit1 nf liini'riilnciU bmiiN
I ij no
3 oil 00
I'otul tn-ii'itrj Imlniuf hIkivc
$ :iis,ui tu
(.,. .ttleni-nif .
l'ril. iori'if;u .niiir .
psl.irif iitnl liielili'iitalo.
lliui'iiti n( Mirviw . .
ItuuM uf Ibaltli
S-nlnrli-s nini inciMenisi
I, .'1 2 02
Attorney Ui-ncriirs'Uci.'t.'... .
Hum- l l'.v'liTi rrnvMiitinl
Itniit tnxes to rlul ilcwclt
.SflllHll tnx" to NVllll llOllt
l'o.tul H.iv.nni. Hunk Willi-
I':l in tits mutiT Si-i'tluil J
lliisplitl Til 1'lllhl
line 1'. s. 11.01k mill I'. M. l.
llMlll. . ....
II 1,1 II I ou
r. . iivmk mi:o.
.Si. I n- I III-, illllf of Willi
hnuiils iiiattirhiK Juini
nit, IVIiruitrv hihI Miircli.
I'll-li ell ) I Ft II, t
t'l. - 1 1. illlVfMXMI-Nr MK'II.
ii-cs I'ruvl-lMinii oovvrn-
iiii-nt to ilule ) llis.tr.rj VI
i Ills ;iiiioii(it covers nil expensi's lni'lnl
1 iii)t inilitiir mill In-iiis nut ii.prriite.l
tiy iln lift I.iuls'iitnrH.
I mi:mo 1 f 11 is fiiKvsriiY.
..I .iin.ni mi
'rttiU'.0t-s nltlnlm-iii (roin
I'lri'itl.itloii iitnl IihiUisI
f.,r Mifi.- ki'u.lun . . I i.iM) l
'iili In trniMiry to risli-i-m all
oiitsimiilltiKis-rttlii'iiti's :t'0,li uii
t let:ii miioiintreiihii'-iti-s ...$ :it;,in no
I I'.l-ll Ml llllllil I'iMt.ll .silVllUls
I Hunk .... $
! Ilnl nice to ncllt of '.'il Itiiiol
' ll.mr.l- in Tti'ioorv
I lliil.nii-e lo oriillt of Si'hool
l.ounl in Irui-.u-y
si. -;. ik
AvHilttuli i'iisIi, current ue-
I iite I'lirrrnt iuv nut (rum ml-
r.iiu ii loan luiitl . . I 'U,.'.vi in
line onrreiit uivuiiiit (mm nil-
viiiiiV!. tn I'.iiliil h.vln:
link . ... ,l U
Uliiliiuliil Hi ml N!iml Mtutl"li
i.lirv.,H M,l r.erl..-
unulillil Kilo ll-iHiimvllt
Ktivirlr I :lit
':V YJ '"'" ,
iniur.1 llu.tul MitiiMilenin
MiuiMer Uamoii iroanutuil a ro
port of tlio Fiunnco Cominittcn ou
llirci.' iictitiniirt referred to it.
1. A majority of tho committee
iv m uol iu favor of continuing the
Milwidy to tin L'a rad inn of tho Paci
fic, 'i. With regard lo (ho claim of A.
X Tripp, formerly .la lor of Oahu
Prison, for hack pay, tho committee
found that, according to tho Appro
m ml ion Bill of 1H'J2, the petitioner
had drawn JUKI more than he was
.'1. Tho committee wuk not iu favor
of remitting dutiert on goods rowliip
ped bv tho Hawaiian liardwaro Co.
out of tint country, an it might ox
inlili.li a had precedent.
Tim 1'rcniih'iil a.ked if thern wan
' a minority report.
i '" -''iTgan roporicii veroany mat
he disMdited from tho committee ou
tho matter of the Paradise of the
Pacific. Ho believed tho paper was
doing good work for thin country,
and tho politics of tho paper's iro
prietors ought not to be taken into
Mr. Kmumltitli moved that the
minority report bo adopted. Huh
taken over again. Ho know that the
papur was doing good. It had
brought capital into the country,
ami those who invested here ou its
representations acknowledged the
accuracy of its information.
A million to reconsider carried.
Ministor Smith had supported the
subsidv in I lie last Legislature, but
the editor is known to be openly
hostile to the Government He is
editing another paper that is doing
all iu its power to discredit this
Mr. Kiuuielulh -The Holomtia
was never more resoectable than
since Mr. Uodfrev took charge of its
news columns, (lo is a newspaper
man and 1 believe the olhiea of his
nrofes-iiou allowed him to take em
ployment from a paper of diUeri'iit
'....!. I I l. VV'illi..,o
, politics from his own. Mr. Williams
has done inoro for tho cniiHO of au-
uexalion, his ovvu way, In tliu last six
months than many bluthorAitos on
till side. (Lnuudilor.;
' Mr. Tonnoy -Are tltt'to uny poll
1 tics in tin Paradise?
Mr. Emiuiu'iitli Noun.
I Tlio voti ri'sulttul in a tit, and wa3
' nut iiviir nunin. On tlio focohiI
attempt tlio following raised thoir
For the subsidv Hatch, Drown,
Eininolulh, Teiiuov, Sttlir, Nott,
Against Kit' Damon, Kna,
Vatorhouo, Allen. Wilder, Dolto -7.
Tho President said lie could not
give a futi.ig vole utiles all tho
members hail otod. Minister Smith
ou aiiolli'r show of liauil voted
against the siib-My. and it wa de
feated. Mr. Drown, on Tripp's Hilary, said
it was owing to his temporary ab
so it co from I ho chamber at lat
I legislature I ha .Mr. iniii Mi.nn ,
. t a I t
rentljuMe.l along ""
Aliuislors Damon and .Smith ftp-
pealed to tho record, saying iney
l'old'' lu)t K behind the Appropria-
Tlio recommendation of tho re
port was adopted, also that referring
I to petition of Hawaiian Hardware
(.o., tins wiiiioui donate.
Minister Damon presented the
annual upon 01 u.e rosin, savings
I m . I . I .1
A-: i f .... .1 , i
vv iiu reiereiice iu mo ensu oi -'ir.
Girvitt, the same Minister said he j
had made satisfactory arrangements
with him mid his name hvl boon
withdrawn as a candidate from Mr.
HothwoHV place in the l'o.'t Office.
(Applause.) When ho was sent for
it was witli the full knowledge of
tho Kxoctillve cud others, mid in
withdrawing his name 1 do so in the
belief that as little cause of irrita
tion as possible -.hould be
hould be given ,
, , ,. i
,h.t"Lr.".("'r,'a , '
the sale bv tender of S.i(MKNJ gold
for silver. There was S20,0dl) allot-
ted to Wilder Co. at I j percent, ,
and t.Ki.lHKI lo Claus Spieckols it .
Co. at I ',. There was a lender of ,
l.tk") from Dishop ,V Co. Tlio sale j
had realized Slil.s.il.Y In no way did
the sale affect current account. It
was done to relievo tho ptibli
Plethora of silver It was
lav down a hard ami fast rule in
dealing with tho currency. The I
superabundance of silver in the
country was a great annoyance to
the Government. Ho had insisted
ou the payment of small salaries in
Mr. liiiinieliitli did not ceo how
the ileal relieved the public of silver.
It compelled the public to go to the
buyers for gold, and they made 100
percent profit on their outlay. He
believed the proper course for the
lioveriiineiit wa lo allow the gold
to go out.
Mr. Diowii, while not saying the
transaction wns improper, consider-
od the (Jovoriimoul should
into that line of business
Minister D.iiiiii.-TI... .........e wns
on hH..'inl iIvimmiI. mill, t I raitl. tlio
nalo iloi'.i not aifi'i't current account.
"" "' ' - .
.Air. iltlcr -1 would liku to nk if
tliOM Htiouial tlciiHi(n iiro not payn- i
lilo iu ntlvor.
Minister Duiiiou Tlmy arc.
Mr. Moruau tuc'iMitcd" a rnport of
tin coumiiiico on nut roniiiitoii oi
1. .-.-..Tld 1 ...1.aT .. ..
tho Amoricau League regarding
Chinee iuiuiigration. It recoui
mended trong regiilatioiM ami
their vigorous euforcoment, to keep
the Chinese confined to plantation
Mr. Hatch from tho Judiciary
Committee introduced a hill to
Kcparntn tho oillce of Ministor of
Foreign Airnim from that of Presi
dent, mid another to fix tlin btthiry
id the ProHidftit at .flO.tKKl per au
iiiiui payable mouihly.
Tho Pre-ident desired that the
matter of salary lie thoroughly din
cussed, and in liin aliseiice, without
regard lo the incumbent. At tlin
ditmo limn the ipicntinu of making
the (jovnriiiucut more repreenlativo
could properly bn diffused.
1 lm billrt passeil li r-t reading.
Tho Juiliciaiy CoiuiuHtto uax
granted further tium ou the petition
of the American League lo have the
number of (Jnuucillnr increased.
Mr. I'rown Mild hn m not going
to move a resolution, but would ask
if tho Executive had given attention
to newspaper attacks ou representa
tives of other governuieiitH and
heads of foreign nations.
Minister Smith naid tin proper
coiirso of foreign representative!)
wan to apply iu Mich caos to the
Government for protection
had occasion to ill-
fnrui foreiirn reoreM.nlmiv.,., tli.-il it
had no organ and was nut respotmi
bin for the newspapers. There had
been explosions that exceeded the
boumls of propriety. How far no
tice should be given tho matter by
tho Government required careful
The President said the Govern
ment hero exercised more control
over the press than that of most
countries especially the United
Stales whore the ptos was the freest
in the world. On dilFereiit occasions
the Government had remonstrated
with editors, who answered courte
ously and promised more care in ex
piebsious. Tin relations of I ho Mm-
!.... r.l. II. .... I....... !.l .!
isier oi i ue i. linen mines Willi tuts
Goveriimeiil were verv unusual and
...r.. Mlnnr, li....ri- Vuiiuh I... I...U
" - ...
,...j ...,.... .,.,,....,...,
Home utterances o( (lie paiiors were
much regretted bv the hxecutive.
Minister Damon iuiroducedn new
Minister Siuiili introduced a 'nil
lo regulate (.'hinoso iiiiinigrati in,
which he said was far less stringent
than tho Amoiicau law.
Mr. Kmmeliitli, ou a unit ion to re
fer the bill to the Judiciary Com- i
mitteo, moved it be referre'd to a
Himcial cotuiuittee of seven, to in- I
elude the Judiciary Cotuiuittee. t
The "resident nopoiutod Kmtne- '
Itilli, N'ntt and Sulir is the special
Minister Smith moved a resolution
to aulhorie the importation of 2.",
(KHJ cart ridges, Carried.
At lii.'tl th Councils went into ex
Capi. Town, .lanuiir. In- In a bat
tle between the forces of Command
er riiccau ami the b'nii.is In Poudo
laud tho former waa defeated and
compelled to retire with a lou of
2&0 iu killed aud wouudwd.
An Automatic Lighthouse.
A new lighthouse having a unique,
featuro has jttsl jeen completed
on an oRtuary of the Glronde, in
Tho peculiarity of Uiif lighthnuso
is that it is uuoccuiiiod, and yet its
lamp is burning perpetually.
A lamp has been invented which
will burn contiuu.msly for two
mouths without bo.ng trimmed or
The burning Hud ued in this
lamp is an ordinary mineral oil.
The tulH in tho iuttinor of the lamp
is furnished with a wick having a
thickness three times at groat as
! that employed generally in light
I A chimney made of mica is placed
: around the llamo. and this insures
an increase in the power of tho light
T. . a of o51 . ,,,,,.,...1 i,v
ni(.fin, ,,f a reservoir cctiitainiiiir 1(K)
ipiarts, the Hatup consuming fifty
grammes each hour.
The diameter of the lantern is
lifty-six inches, and it cost $111)0.
Tlio intensity of the light keeps
equable until the expiration of two
mouth, when il is necessary to visit
the ligiithotiso and replenish the
wick. 1 no light can ue soon more
than twolvo miles at soa. The wick
, vmnvn ad tlrawn up gradually
br the action of the tar cake at Its
"Ijook here,'1 said Ihe editor of a
Now Mexico paper to his reporter,
"you refer to a Twelfth Night scone
from Shakospearo'a play." "Yes sir."
"Well, young man, It may bo just as
well for the credit of this paper and
for your future comfort to remember
that there were only 'Ten Nights In
a liar Hooin. and that hliakesni
didn't write the i.lavnnyhow."
he stalked haughtily forth. H'c
By Lowis J, liovoy.
llc Vf "'Hnllll nifl -'- PlIMltllVA '
''"Si il! I nUUbyI1U1U "'" rU1 UllU1 C j
On FRIDAY, Kel. 2d,
AT in O'CLOCK A. M.,
AT Z0.7T SALiUSROOM
I will tell nt 1'illillc Auction for nivniilit
of whom It limy concern
1 Elegant Parlor Set
rplolstwisl In Hilk mill Kliotiv Kruniei.
I Knit liiillnn Mnrlili'loji Ciirvnl l.'onler
' . "". I I--IHIHIM-.I aiimci. I BpiOH.im J inii
.( I '. .iint TuliL tu 1. 1 l Irrura I illntr !
, yunrV, Wleker H , lilto i',; eel.il., -iu. I
nr mi. n vurity oi
kink ui.as.h WAitr,.
Large Oil Painting & Engraving,
iinciieM, l'littio i.mii.. TurkMi itiiK.
l.iiiiiliM'.iiilriK mitl rnrtlerpi), Ijieo I ur-
I I lal.tl,l.llllHrf
.-ii.i....-..,i..- -...........-.... "-
iuiik, .Mill in mm, i.eiinieuup, ,'iin-
ICE CREAM FREEZER.
vmn.i 1'ii.iir.. Tniiies 1'h.iir.. :,..
1 McNeale & Urban Salej
a Ni:ra hinhi.i: iiaiiskm. ,
With Hxlni hlnidsuinl I'ele. ,
By Jas. K. Morgan.
Morti;aifu' Natico of Iutontlou to
Forucloto and of Sulo.
j ing a conventional set of deco
voiu'K it Hi-itKiiY oiyt-.N riiAT rated china, that when one
11 iiiimutiiit Iu ii iimvur u( ! fun- i . . , .
tutin-.l in crroln niorimiKO .lut-il sent
etulirrHOtli, A. 1) Is., inailu l.y c. KKK.v- !
IIUNA NAIIUAAl ol lliiluwu, ifliiiiil or
Melnknl. to Joiiifa M. Monnurnit of tluim
lulu, Idsiid of DiiIiii, rueonlfd In tlio
niVfo of tlio It'.'KUtrar nf I iiiveyinioe In
l.lb.r tm, (iiilui 3NI, :j 7 and :i-'ii; tliualil
Jut M. Metiurrt, niortt,'ui-. Inienili
tn foiuclice ald iii'irtRHKe (or a hrvicli of
tlei comlldons In tnid mortttnh'u eiiii
tnluuil, to wit: tliu iiiiii-iayiiiviil(( lioth
tirliii'liiil ninl lliteiual vvlieii due.
Villi..., l hUii lierehv ulviin thai all anil
xlnifiilar the liindn. linuinuiiti ii ml liere. Iitn
i neut In said inur'niiL'u cotitdiied aiul du-
..'" wl "'." u 1'iu.ii. ftiif.ioii at
I tint italutrooin of Jumin V .Mmuii, on
Oueeii htreot. In raid lliilinllllll. ell MUX-
1AV, thoAili day n( Kulirimry, A. 1. isill,
Jum ,,iTJr,.y '" ",M "",r,:""" N u""'
ii. aii thai certain pi n- or .anoi of
luilit sitiliitv ut s.il'l llnlnVMt unit e intiiln-
itiK mi men nf lui're, '.'reoiu mni ji pT-
elien, mill IhiIiik tin' silliie ireliilo ilu-
.irii'eii in itovYii 1'iit.nt x... r.'Mi, u v.
a wan! xo. ttifi. un.i that were ;;envye.i
tiiMtlil S. Kokiiliitiui Nulmasl hy l'lllol (ki
ut u n cliM'K noon in kuiu nay
1 l.y ilerd iluteil tint '.M day nf .May. 1"JI, mill
! The :,r uS!liMii i..ir or imU-ty
i auT.1,' "ounlll'n'r '..(tiid
kiiuntv at Mtiii iimi.ivvii,vu : aii that .nr-
I fill u( mini ('(iiitauiltiK "" uruo( .Irumls
mi.l .'I purrhes, mid more imrlliuilnrlv de -
scrllieil In lin.val I'atinl.No. I'.'SI, I i". A.
si,, mem. N-iiiiiiani. the fat mr nf Hnid k
' Kekalillliii Xalmual. All that tmr
Ke uiitiiiu Xiilmuul. All iiiut iinreel nf
I linet uoiitnfnlin: an area in 1 la-ieo nrreH
all I lll.TIl linnir
.. . ... . f ..!. ...
iritlarlv desurllied In Iloya)
i. I.. I. Avvard Xo. ti7.'ii to
,,,, ... Nl, -..f-f.
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Unilim, till' itnt'le of sitlil .S. Knkiiliillia Xit
litianl. Ail that parcel of latul coiitalliillK
an area of 2 rends and a juirc lies, ami more
nartli'itlarly dercrllitul In Itoyal I'atvul Xo.
Yl-, L. t. Award No. IH'tl to Xmallau,
the undo ol hiM H. Kukalimia Xiihilaal.
Teriiis (!ai.h llno'ls at i'X.Minf of pur
dinner. Kur further parllrillurt uiply to
.1. M. MtXHAItltT,
luted Honolulu, Jan. (I, Irs'JI. lint ,'H
Iho (iraml i lenralice bull., in retire
till mure Ir.ilii luulni'i'S, nlll lake ihi''e
Thursday, Feb. 1st,
whin a tlollnr will iii i:l.a iimio In
vulue than ever Imlore.
l$V ('utloiiii'rs a ru hound to have
good good llieso llniui., L'Ami Sai.I.i.
BHtt. 0. B.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'l
Saturday, Jan. 27, 1894.
The introduction by us of a
full line of the Standard Man
ufacturing Co.'s enamel goods
was a business stroke that
tends to debilitate the nerves
of the ordinary Honolulu busi
ness man and paralyze his mus
calaria, while to us it is a mere
nothing; the goods are so well
known in the United States
and are in such general use
there that with our handling
we will bring them so promi
nently before the people here
that in a short time no one
will feel that they can rest well
without first having had a bath
in a Standard Manufacturing
Co.'s enamel tub. We ex
pect also, to make the ena
mel laundry tubs so popular
that the annoyance of lost
clothes at the hands of the
Chinese washtnan will be en
tirely obviated. While these
enamel goods are an innova
tion here they have been used
in the United States for a num
ber of years and have always
given satisiaction; in every
hotel or private residence the
architects include in their spe
cifications the goods by these
manufacturers and it will soon
be the custom here.
We have had a letter from
a prominent ranch man on one
hi uiu uiiict isiauus u
dft:ct that l,u: locked fu
the strongest he h.ts ever
of the other islands to the
and asks for
an estimate on
material enough to construct
ten miles of it. You will un
derstand by this that the locked
fence is growing in popularity
every day and that our pro
phecy that the entire group
will ultimately be surrounded
by it is sure to be fulfilled.
There is no reason why it
should not be. livery man
who builds anything, no mat
ter what, gets what is the
cheapest provided it is, at the
. .. .. . ul.tn a 1.m
!M.' "" l' ,ul ,lu ""
article ot the same description.
in tne case oi tint iockcu lence
: XJS, 'l 'S
' pect to any other method of
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' uiiiiviiiiu. Ill lliia tuiiim j nnuic
.uooil tQ nlniMQt :i srarrc n
jrolU pieces the locked fence is
, T,ie, l,inner ta.b, ort.Hay
dupcmls as much for adnnra-
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the edibles. We have con-
j vinced nearly every one on the
islands that Haviland China is
' art itself in the matter of table
decorations, and our method
of selling it makes it as cheap
as ordinary white china,
livery one knows, in buy-
piece IS OrOKeil It cailllUl De
replaced except at a very
heavy expense in having the
broken piece replaced by one
decorated especially for you
to match the set. In Haviland
China, when bought from us,
if a piece is broken in any way
you can get a duplicate at any
time at the same rate you paid
J for a doicen pieces. We always
have duplicates in stock, a
I convenience not only in cases
. . ii,
j where pieces are broken but
r ' . , . .
i for persons who do not wish
' f j r 11 t -f fjm
i to buy a lull set at one time.
. You may buy a single cup and
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J satlCCr ailU lei 11 DC Uie IOUI1-
dittio.i for a set of two hundred
les. These are among the
advantages offered purchasers
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i Of tiUVliand decorated China.
AMr,K,.P nrtirlf- iti rtfminrl frvr
Viioiner anicie in uemaiiu lor
. t:ible use and dt'curalion is
cut glass We have a very
careful selected assortment of
this ware which we are offer
ing at rather low prices con
sidering the quality.
We have all sorts of stones
for sharpening cutting tools
from the coarse grindstone
mounted in a frame to the
Frank Walcot emery file, but
we have never seen anything
that gives such general satis
iaction as the latter. With it
you can sharpen anything from
a scythe to a lady's pen knife,
and we sell them for fifty cents
each. Mail orders will receive
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
U.nilt Uiiroulcelti1 Mock,
807 TOUT STKBUT.
Oorner Fort 6s
TO IX FORM MY CUSTOMERS
I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE
BIG INDUCEMENTS -
Will be offered to the Public und it will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF FASHION."
.... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Aasortruent of Colors at 20 Cent Each. '
Jtiht Received by last "Australia" a Largo Stock: of
DRESS PIANETTES! '
To be sold for oxe webk only ut 10c., 12Jc.. 14e. and 160.
p.-r yard. Goods worth 25o. a yard.
..S50 PIEOBS . .
In 10-yunl lengths, reduced from $1.00 to 75 cent.
Comer Port and Hotel SU., .... Hoiololu, 1. 1.
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . JIJHT TO HAND BX "OITY OK I'KKIXO" . . .
fcS These Ciguiti are direct from the fuctory und
ahould not be confounded with the eheap imitutions which
are so fivipiently offered as the "Best Manilau." OjSK
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER to CO.,
53:3 Fort Rt.faot. - - HotioIiaIia. H. I.
J. HOPP &. CO.,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Kxasv ' n
"JraiSsS.' va6 -
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture !
Hiuglt. l'leuvK and Hi:U.
COKN10E POLES IN WOOD OH BRASS MOUNTINGS.
ELEGANT UPHOLSTERY -
In Fine Sprint;, Jlllr Wool, Muss niul Straw MattrenauM.
1'ILI.OWH OF LIVE UKIZSK I'lIATHEIW AND fill.K KLOBU.
Latest linproieinento la Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sola Beds, Divan Louugei and Sulm,
Great Variety ol Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and High Chain.
Our Culiltiul-MakltiK VnrUlni U Siinrlur In Mun uud .MhUtUI.
ri'iiNiTiine and iiattiikssm iii.i'aiiikd as oooij as sew.
MATTING - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - XOTICI3 !
ptT Olllt 1M(M KS Al.WAYh TI1IC I.OWKhT IN IIHNOI.fl.tl. -fci
J. HOPP cSc OO.,
lro. ?, JClxvar atxJrt.
MONTH OF JANUARY.
3HCoxiola.ivi.. M. I.