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ft he cOnUu X'uUclin.
I'lrilyril to nrilhrr .SVel mr 7'rft,
7 KttaUlhhrJ fur th linnth of All.
Fill DAY, I'Kli. J, .Ml.
What a fan-iV I'liu 1. U. oliyan'hj
ha liwtii "oiTotly importing ritk
anil enrtiljri b. tho thousand dur
ing thu pal jour, and now at thi
time of day. . (). Smith. tln hiio
tit Kalalau, roiiies forward with a
solution in ohmi 1'. U. Council to
import 2.".(H.0 oartridgt's. Why thi
lirt'toiici of opt!iiue. now Initio
.triku terror into the hwirts of tin1
rol tun rojalitand d d knti:iUa'
boyoiul having Iho liuuo intention to
attack tho Constitution. Slio did
attack tho Constitution, and would
hao violated it, had not tho Cabi
not intorpoiod. This is now histori
cal, and two days afterwards, the
Ijiiueti and t'abinot found it neces
sary to Usui) a proclamation, to tho
otleot that no nm per attempt ,
I would bo inadu to abrogate, or alter.
tho Constitution. ocopt inaoousii
The Quooii, on hor acceision. took
tho oath to bo faithful to the Con
titution, and on tho llth of .latiu
ary that faith was not keiit. Tho
Constitution was not broken, but
the oath, which bound tho (juooii to
the Constitution, was ootlainly
It is impossible to contend that
tho Constitution, which did nol bind
the Queen to itself. mtit ueoossarily
bind the people to tho (juotMi. The
Constitution is thesuiireinowtreiigtii
of the nation, and whoever, whether
fust opportuuily '
or little doubt that
,. .!.. ' . I -" HIV II. 111. 'II, ..II. I l.liwv..-., I....'......
While the Adunnbtratioii s inutu- , .,......,:.... ,..!,. iH ilUlovnt to tho
lion of (toaryiin looks ur well on j Constitution, weakens -not tho Con
paper, for tho protection of median , ilitutioii but his own hold on it.
.cs and Morokeoper. against Chino-o I n.ereforo. I maintain that loyalty to
, . ,i , I Iho Coiilitiition ab-olod its adher-
eoiupetil.on. wliat us..raneo is there jit fn)ln u,MOIin aiVitan, t, to tho
tli.it the court will nut knock the tjul.lMI, yu, was thou iiinloiiliti'ill
nioaure mto a cocked hat at the ilisloyal.
Indeed, there i I ' tluiik them is no luuiit thai,
at tli.it nine. I no nw.ii cuiens oi
tin., nl! ltill1ll li'.l.l lull, II lll,rlil 1
that tho Uou'intnont doe- not fully jti-t itii-l in asking for the (juooii'
i-Mtei'l uch a result. Tho uioauro ! abdication -but tnov did not.
;. iii.i .... imiwI. ii.... 1 i.i mill mm-1 ho I The Uiteou orv mimiii roooirni.od
J" ' ...... . .-. i. . ...i'i i :
HOT IIIISUllll', illlll liunt'll UUVO IIIWIU
to tho constitutional control; whilst
I lioe who had thou the opportunity
to compass her deposition, throw
away their opportunity, and took up
the "character, before the world, of
which some of them are said to be
I do not think that anything is to
be gained by concealing the mistakes
that linto boon made. The (JuounV
one mistake was the attempt to oar-
out an intention winoii, as sue in
Mtfiittoncn Wins Ills Suit In tho Wat
son ftitiite Mutter.
In the case of William Watson
and others vs l)a id Watson -which
has been stated several times in this
paper tho S iproine Court by Jus
tice Uiekerloii has rendered a de
cision upholdii'-r, '.lit' decree of Chief
Justice .huh! for nail iliou and sale
made December '.'A. 17. I ndor the
decree h. M Ka-iukai was appointed
out lie T:h ... Ma.., 1"". lo divide
and sell the estate. None of the
plaiulillV 11 an.Mliing until ) 1.
Mondonca, who h-ul bought the
rights nf two of the atson chil
drou. iiiowmI in Court to have the
decree executed. Then several of
the plaintills lileil a discontinuance
of the partition suit. Tho C urt
now decides that the suit cannot be
thus discontinued, but thai the do
creo must lie executed. Following
is ! yllahiis ,f the decision
"A decree oulering a ooiuinis
sinner in p'irtuioii to ell certain
lauds at public auction remained
iiueocutcil lor several oars; in mo
niQHTS OF THE QUEUN.
She Had No Power in Lav to Oraut
Washington, Jan. Hi The Hawai
ian controvorsy was again liroughl !
to tho attention of the Senate to-day '
mill n half Iwuir's si.iritoil diseiission i
followed betwoon Hoar, Oray and ' uHlctliring Co.'s enamel goods
Daniels. The l'residont's last mos- , , , i... -:..-- .-,.i,., tUt
sago afforded Hoar an opportunity ' was a business stroke that
to speak, ami ho showed, by (putting ' tends to debilitate the nerves
il. . II !i. .:..- !... i
iruui mo Hawaiian n'UMiiuiuiii, i u.u e . 111
the Queen in hor recent protest that of the ordinary Honolulu bust
iiewaiiap Harflware Co.. L'fl '
Saturday, Jan. 27, 189.'.
The introduction by us of a
full line of the Standard Man-
she could not promise amnesty to
the members of tho Provisional Gov
ernment was only coiiliuing herself
to tho limitations of the constitu
tion, which does not confer on the
crown such absolute right of grant
ing amnesty, but requires that par
don ho granted only by t lie concur
rence, of tho Cabinet and oilier con
Gray and Daniols made some per
lini'iit interruptions and throw upon
Minister Stevens and his initiative
ness man and paralyze his tntis
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
I we will bring them so promi-
! nii.itlt V,..r.t-ji Kn t-w.s.tlc. bie4
IIV.II.,1) u.iji lll ij..vi-iv Il-i
that in a short time no one
TEMPLE OF FASHION
corner Fort Se Hotel SlreetB.
I BHCi TO 1XFOKM 31 V CVSTOMNUS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
(i ins imitative .., r....i ... . . . .. i
actions ail tho responsibility for , "" ,v' "" ",w ,' ','",
whale or irregular methods of pro-I Without first having had il bath
cod lire had necessarily
eyes of (he white workiiiguien and
storekeepers. i that tlioy will ac
quiesco in the introduction of a few
inoiu thousands of Chiucsc.
Notw ithstandiug Minister I ).unoti's
o iplauatiou, it does not wm clear
that the curioncy deal was Just in
tho people. When the Government
is in a position to asit the business
.....iiiiiiinil i il .in. flit In In. r...nl In
i i in iiuir.. i. I formed Mr. Mount, had been in her
...... .. ...v w,., mind for many mouth-. That mis
no law authorizing the lioteruiuoiit Uihi, , KH, admitted by the
to turn the tica-ur) into a broker ' (jueoii, and condoned liy the people,
shop. It ha not lieoii explained. ' and to-day the Qucou is the oinbodi
either. how t ho G.neiiimoul obtained ';' Vf ll,u "f -Bt lLf J"'
.... . , , . . . Hawauaiis. If tlie object or the
this iotu!U of spwial deposits in , rioliitioiiisitM was. as they declare,
gold, to bo payable in ilor. Did the m gel rid of the (J loon, they cor
tretiMin issue silver cortilicates at a ' lainly are not to lie congratulated
discount for the dopi.sits in the lirst 1 '"' ' ""w. 1"'-f ":"U' f. thoiroppor
... ., . i . .... tunnies. I ho onlv creditable couro
case! If ,o. the capitalists a,e go.l.g , (W , ui ((J u , i)ta.,. tll.
in make two protits out of the money , ,,1,,,, adopted by the liieon, liy
ire had necessarily grown out of ' i,i n Standard Manufacturing
meant ime, some of the owners sold , Iho Hawaiian imbroglio. Co 's enamel tub. We ex-
i I...! .il..t-...ly . 'in .ullaiil.i ll.'irlv. i - -- - I
iii.'ii iiiii;ii-ij v. . ............ '"--. i .... , .. . ,
1 lie oxporience oi oeo. .. .pgar.
of Gorman Valley, N J., is well
wortli remembering. Ho was trou
bled with chronic diarrluva and
doctored for five months and was
treated by four different doctors
willioui wunciii. tie men oeiinn i 1 t . i un i .1
..-!..., -i,,.ni,..riui..v .-nii... (!i, ,m ttrely obviated. While these
and Diarrluva Honied, of wliicii one 1 enamel goods are an innova
small bottle ollcclcii
- never mind whether they are tl
i-aiiie capitalists in buth casus or not.
Tho fact the public is concerned in
chiellv, however, is that business
iiicii have to pay a heavy premium
for gold, ami when tiio Government
could have eased tlie market by pay
mg out that S'rtMMi 111 gold for sala
ries and bills. nving ,y it, the Gov
eminent preferred to make a iliekei
with capitalists whureby they are
enabled to 111:1111 1 .1111 the high pre
111111 it 1 011 gld against the IiUsiihij
const it ut niiial
errors, and rot lining to iho paths of
proline! v ami order.
No amount .if ili--u!iiiii.
nnw or old phase of I lie
crisis, can alter the actual situation
It remains now what it has liven,
ui'oi sinett t he (Jtieen's protest was
received and taken into cuiisidera
tion at Washington. There has been
a change in the situation in the
L nited Mates, in the tiatisfer of our
affairs from iln- hands of tin- Kvou
live tii t Im f 'otigr.-s There i
iluthiug to be gamed by veiituriui:
any opinion a- to the U-iie of tins
cliaug..1. I hat the ijuoeii's auiwer
lo Minister Willis' interrogations
will materially alh'i'i the decision of
Congress doe- not appear probable.
'I here was an iiuiu.-diaie aiiswei
forthcoming in Congress to the at
tempt of tlie aiiti-administraliou
press to make capital out of (he
ijtieeii's refusal to promise amnesty
tl tlie lit t iulurv'ew What makes
it moie foioible, is 1 hut the answer
came from Hiaior lloai, a pn
uoiiuced Mat risoii jingo. It was an
answer that -how there are some
iieu in Congress who understand
the Hawaiian constitution. The
Ijlleell has 110 power of herself to
prumisu or proclaim amnesty. I'eo
pie hulo who are making a gieal
outciy over the IJueun's reply would,
m the event of her having given a
ready promise that she would pro
claim niiiiieMy. have been equally
noisy in ai-sortiiig I lint siu-h a pm
claiiinliou would be as much an as
nertioli of absolute power as va the
ijucou'.s attempt io promulgate a
new constitution. The situation o
lar us Hawaii is coiuenied is uu
alteied. )ur affaiis are still 111 the
hands uf the L lilted Mates. A the
case was presented to that nation,
and luceived liy its Government,
there is no question 111 it involving
the succession 01 any now scheme
of settlement. Thti I. lilted States
has either to resioie the monarchy
as it existed on tlie uioriuug of
Juuuary I". 'M. or confirm the
lecoguitiou goon by Minister Me
veils to the 1'iov lsioual I loveruiuout.
Any other settlement but stiaight
lustorat 1011 dictated by the Lulled
.Slates would be as much an undue
interference with Hawaiian allans
an was the overthrow of the inou
aichy by the aid of American troops
landed by order of Minister Meveiis
Tliu Unucm'a Oltuncu.
Uniioii lit m.i.tin:
The point to winch your cone
spoudeut thaws my attention, 1-one
of gieat interest and great import
auco. Moreover, il is one u wlui'li
I believe I am abso.uloly accurate,
as I havi) omloavoied to be, thiough
out this disciibsiou.
The (Jilcnii, uildoubludlv, did
soiuelhiiig 011 tho llth ol Jauuuiy.
T111.0. 11. Dwu.
I'raigside, Honolulu, Fob. I, IMM.
Thn Paradise ot thu Pucilli.
l!nnoii Hi Li.i.ns:
The dicus-ion in tlie l tt. Conn
oils in rofeieuco to continuing the
subsidy to the above-named paper
elicited olio feature of the I'. G.
crowd which is well worthy of 110
tice. I'm 111 black ami while, it
amounted to, "This newspaper be
longs to royalists, thoioforo lot us
kill it." This boycotting as Is well
known has Ihs'U oiug 011 in other
forms for some time. I am unwill
ing to advocate I his spi-eios of war
fare, bul it seems thai il is coining
to tlu. dun all loyalists, both native
I and foreign, who are now made to
1 ..... ,.... .. i.i., .i.i 1.... in. ...I,. ...I ...
I'll, ii,s i.iviiiiiii in 1. iiifs nil V
to their ilispoal will have to admit
the tactics of the Central I 111011
Church gang ami cut adrift from
having social or bus'iiess dealings
with any man or woman who is
helping to rob Hawaii of its inde
pendence. The boycott is a two
edged sword, it cuts both ways, (he
i. G has been having its whack at
tho people, "turning out the ras
cals," i. e., all thosi, who ri)fue to
prostitute their honor for thu sake
of pelf. It now remains for the
other side, who are in the majority,
lo have their sav in the matter.
Low LIST. v
A. T. Itatli, !'. G. Haiupoaii, Miss
iuiolv, J. J. Williams and wife, 11.
IJrackinaii, U. M. Vergoz., A. Haas, J.
A. Allsheler. Arthur K. Wall, Lieut.
S. Seabury. Mrs. Brown, K, N. Chap
man, .Miss 11 Waugh, G. K. Fair
child, .1. 15. CunliHo, Lieul. T. C.
Prince, It- I). Dtiulai) and wife, Miss
Craw shay, Mis M li. Walker, It. S.
Alexander. J. It. Gait, wife and child,
J IC. Miller and wife, Hon. H. A.
Widomaiiu ami daughter, Miss Gul
F01 S'lii Francisco, per S. S. Ala
uieda, Feb. h. Win. Itiploy and wife,
N. I'. Hainsou, C. F. Fisher, Tho-.
.schmiilt, 11. Abrahaiiisou, Win. Dun
liar. Geo. Douglas ami wife.
I'liief I'lerk J A. Hassingor of the
Intel tor Diqiaitiiieut hold a sale at
auction of Goveriueiil laud and
leases to day. lteiuuaiits of laud of
I'uloina and I'oupou, Puna, Hawaii,
containing li'r) acres, went to .1. S
Cauano for rlHi, being i5 above the
upset price. The lease for ten yearn
of a portion of the land of Kaolin,
Hamakua, Hawaii, containing lM.r
acres, was old to T. 11. Davies and
t ('has. Notlev for r'h.'i per aiiiiuui,
, t he upset price,
Tun ihivs loss of tune on account
of sickness and a doctor bill to pay,
1-1 auvlhiiig but plc-isuiit for a man
of a fainilv to coiiteiiinlale. whether
I he in a laiiorei, mechaiiic, iiieichaul
1 or publisher Jan. U. Jones, pub-
lishei of the Leader, Moxia, Texas.
was sick 111 bed for ten days with
tin' grip dining its pievaloncoa year
or two ago. Later 111 the season he
1 had a second attack. Ho say.s. "In
the latlorcaso 1 u.-cd Chamberlain's
Coiih Remedy with considerable
sun-ess, 1 think, only being in bed a
little over two days. Thu second at
tack I am satisliod would have been
equally as bad as the fust but for
the ue of this remedy " It should
be borne 111 mind that the grip is
; much the nauic as a veiy sevme cold
and requites picoioly the same
tieatiueut. When you wish to cine
1 a colil quickly and ollectually give
thin remedy a trial. -.'1 and Till cent
hot I his for sale by all dealers. Jieu
son. Smith lo. Agents for the
I Hawaiian Island-.
Ho moved the Court to have the do
cree eet tiled, when several of the
remaining ovvnois liled a diseontinu
auco of their bill for partition.
"Hold, that whore the diseontinu
anco would result in injury to any
of the parties it is not allowable.
That after decree a case cannot be
discontinued against objection."
On the petition of L. A. Thurston
for discharge as assigu o ot John
Uicliardsoti. b-foro Judge Whiting
this morning- Carter . Carter for
oeiiiioiior V. V. Asliford for cer
tain creditors in opposition, opposed
the granting of iho petition oil the
ground that his clients have not re
coivod any dividends from tho estate
which other creditors have. He ask
ed for a conl iiiiianoo, which was
irranted. t lie case going over until
the l.llh inst. The receipts of as
signee wore jt'iii'-'I.Sii, ami expendi
tures, including a 'Xh percent divi
dond, .V.I.V.I "U. which loaves a bal
ance of ?i!(m.
The Hawaiian Electric Co. by its
President, W. G. Irwin has answer
I the complaint of the People's Ice
and Refrigerating Co. 111 its bill foi
specilic performance. Defendant
domes an agreement to let the
building, formerly used as the elec
tric station on Ring street, to the
plaintiff for SVi a mouth, or to rent
from the plaintiff the building occu
pied liy it under lease from tlie late
George Lucas for ii'M a mouth.
Hatch and lirovvu for defendant.
Charles T. Gulick has liled a bond
for fOUKl, with 11. L. Mclntyre as J
siirolv, as administrator of the estate !
of Ferdinand W. Hutchison.
Judge Whiting lias ordeied that
the Clerk pay to William K.. Sumner
Kllis the sum of ji'iUl.iiil with accrued
inleiest, the .aid Kills being proved
lo have come of ago and the amount
stated being ill Iho hands of the
The Panning estate matter i be
ing aiglled befoie Judge Cooper to-dav.
Al'l'EAI, TO HUNliVOLENCU.
ilulp Wanted fur the Cliinco Mi
blou Church ami ticliool.
At the recent auiiunl meeting of
the trustees of i he Chinese Church
t.Mr. J. II. Atherloii, chairman), it
was suggested thai a brief statement
bo published, relative to tho ex
penses inclined liy the addition
made to the church building 011
Fort street, together with the pur
chase of the organ and other ex
penditures. The church edifice, as
originally erected, with the growth
of the congregation, proving too
small, for the purposes for which it
was' intended, it was decided to
build the 1 mtly completed annex.
This not only greatly increased the
seating capacuv 111 tiio church pro
per, but enabled u to secure at the
same time a large and commodious
schoolroom 111 the lower story, for
the prosperous kindergarten school,
which has become one of the most
important factors in our mission
work. All this, though great care
has been used by the building com
mil lee, has necessitated a considera
ble expenditure. The entire cost
amounts to jSIs7,'.1(S. Towards moot
iug this the Chinese Christians,
with kind ami friendly aid fioin
their countrymen, both hen in
Honolulu and 011 the other Islands,
have contributed l.7.l7.iiri, whije a
few foreign friends have kindly given
$.'1111.77. There still remains the sum
of fJiKKI, which the trustees have to
raise to covei the entire amount of
indebtedness. Tne ChiuorOj con
nidenng the depression 111 ail lines of
business, have responded most gen
eioush to the appeal made to them,
and later, it is hoped, will do still
more. The church is a mission
church, many of its members are
poor and cannot be expected to
meet all Hie demands, which a
growing work makes. Will mil the
friends of the mission of other 11a
tiouahtius, who have so generously
111 other year, aided 011 this import
nut and eucouiaging work, come
a am to our help' Any donation lo
aid 111 removing the debt, mention
ed above, will be most gratefully
received by the liustees and all the
members of the church. Mibsenp
tioiis can be sent lo Mr. J.T. Water
house, Jr., tieasliier, lo Mr lioo
Kim, or the undoiMgnod.
( )u behalf of t he Chinch Trustees.
I HVNK W. D.UION,
Mipt. ol Chinese .Mission.
Honolulu. Feb. , IKII.
pect also, to nuke the ena
mel laundry tubs so popular
that the annoyance of lost
clothes at the hands of the
Chinese washman will be en-
mil bottle .effected a complete : tjon here they have been used
T"i S.V?K..ttnS .ttft In the United States for a num-
"r""t W....1 . -- - s.., ..nv... .... . ,
her 01 years aim nave always ,
given sausiticiiuii; 111 every
noiei or private resiuence me
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
, of the other islands to the
' effect that the locked fence is
On S.VTritDAY, l'Vb. :M , the strongest he has ever been
liy Jns. i Morgan.
Ml Mil... HKlls Klltirr -Mei'lt of Mllll
ni-r.v iiinl Kixliin-s will luki- iluiv
A I' lo O'CLOCK. ,
At t lir ."S.efH en I'.iri
GLASS SHOW GASES!
t'eiiiitiT, sin-iviiitf. '.-: . y.u' . Kii
Ali, lrgi- Mnok of
Ladles Elegantly Trimmed lldts.
and asks tor an estimate on
material enough to construct
ten miles of it. You will un
derstand by this that the locked
l lence is growing in popularity
' every day and that our pro
phecy that the entire group
, will ultimately be surrounded
' r b- it w sure to be lullilled.
AUCTION S A L h ' '-here is no reason why it
I should not be. livery man
1 who builds anythinir, no mat-
-- '" - ter what, gets what is the
cheapest provided it is, at the
' same time, superior to another
Real Estate and Stock : ?rti?,,s f vne. dacvetin-
"uu "". " " v , the CJ.SC 0f the locked fence
' the builder gets for less money
full. i fence superior in every res
' pect to any other method, of
. , ... .. 1 Dunning, in tnis country wnere
At niv SilfriH.ni il.e-uii I'ri-t, I will 11 1 V t
in I'lthic Ain-tiiiii mi tin Misiii iiticumi 1 wood is almost as scarce as
llltir-tif iilli.-ri.it IMItiill. M-rj, Dillon i il ,.;....,... .. l..rA fwiin.. ic
u.'.i j. .1.1. iiiiiieu ..1 v iKTf..ni. ir.iiiu.i, . golu ineces tne locKeu lence is
itiiu:niiii.;...,i.iii.rii.i 1.-1 in tii..-- i're-1 julditioiially valuable.
Illlvs sitllllll'll lit ,
,.-. n 1. ''l(: (Mnncr table of to-day
IVallIil UdllU) 1 depends its much for admira
"NVill bi offried to the Public and it will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF FASH ION."
.... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only.
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Klt'gant AHHortiiifiit of CoIoih at 'JO Cent KhcIi.
Jiiit Kuocived by last "AtiMtralia" a Iiarge Stock of
To be old for onk vki-:k oni.v at 10c, 12ic, 14c and Utc
pel viiril. (JooiIm worth 2fc n vnrd.
. . S 5 O PIEOEB . .
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from SI. 00 to 75 cent.
Corner Fort and Hotol Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
AT I.' (Ml.ui K SOON.
1'iiriiisrlv ikiiiiI.mI Iiv ili li' I'uti-r Dal
tun. 'I'Iih m i'iiiiiiiIii- ItiMiJU ATf.
t4L I'llTl' I U lllll.', IiiiIioii.i., tic,
nil lllf l.ol
Al-ii. Ill tliu Mllin- llli.c will In- si)i
75 Shares of Hawaiian Tram
ways Company Stock.
(m- I'ur liirllur 4iriirulnr ii.il '"
Jas. TF. 3vIorgaia,
11 IllllslllU.t III
iiit'u In Mmory
'In until iit-i ifili who Iiiivk tlii tiiiut
of siiiifiiln in tlmir liloiiil. 'I'luwiii
uis I'itiiM'tl 1 tin' ilivinlful ruiiiiiiiK
Mints unit otlii.i iiinuirt'staliiiiiM of
tins ilisoit-c mo lifvoiiri ili.scriitiou.
TIumii is im otlinr louiixly iMjunl lo
lloiiil's MirsHmiilla for hcnifuhi,
salt rliiMiiu mill murv fuiiu of lilooil
lllsiiitsii It is leUsiilwtllh sun to
liitiii-lit all who ('ii- it a fair trial.
IllllslllU.t Ml H lll-rtlir
tnliiiillnii ifrlnli. i.iiittKiii;!. ilati-it r-il
fliiiit-rSnlli, A. U. !', 1'i.lile In S. Kr.KA
IIL'SA N.lllt'AAl uf lluliiuii. IsIhihI nt
Mulokal. m Jiiiiift M. Miii-iirr.t of lloim-
Illlll, Irlnllil (if 1 llltlll , rvi'Onlt'll In tliu
(ilUrc of tlie lti'nlttr..r nl l'itiivciinoes III
l.lli-r im. Iiiilns It's. I 7 mill 'X; lint said
Jus M, Mi)i.f.uriit, iiiorlniini'i'. Itiiunili.
In fiirccln-i. iiM in iilK"H" '"r lircacli of
lit.- I'diull' iiiii III .till niorli;.ii;i' ron
UiIiihiI, Id ult: tin' iiiiii-i..j lui'iil if IhiiIi
irliii'lml uml lulfii i vv Intl. (Inc.
Nutli'c l uIkii licrcn) ti''ii Uml nil iiml
-insular tin' lui.it, t'iiitnu'iils uml lion illln
i.H'i.l- In mi. I i. .or 1,'iik" coin I of I mill ill-
rllit-i) Mill lie MiliI ut iillilic iiuotidli ut
liic sait.sruiuii uf Jhiiics K Muriiiiii, on
jiiccii strL'iii, in ui.l Honolulu, mi MllN
li.VY, the .i'Ii tli.i nf r'l'l.im.ri, A. 1). Is'.t,
ul I.' u'cliii'li iitiim nf -adl il.iy
Tin' irnsrt) In iilil iiiiirt;ii4(t llui-ili'scriU-il,
1st. All that ((riiiln (il cv or panel of
luinl nltiiuti! ut -till I ll.iiaua mill imiuhIii-iitf-
an u fit of I fif 'J niiiil iiinl Ipir
(lic, iiml liulni! ilif sunn. irunii-iti i--crllicil
in Itowil I'm in Nil. ti-i, I.. C.
Awunl No. till I, aiul thai vicic ciiiivevi-il
In nl(l ft. Ktikiiliui.a Nitliiiiiil I i.i l'ilkiii(k)
In ilefil ilutcd Ilif .'t ilai ul Mai. INU. mid
rcciirilc I in I.iIiit lu, folio Hi.
M. The out' iindivlili'd l.ulf ur niok'li
of s.iitl . Kdi.iliiin.1 SiiIiii.iu. of in mill in
all tlif fiilluivliii; iiicc or ..trc.l .l luid
silunlo nt -altl Ilai iimi, vu.l All tl.ilt par
rel of lai.il ciiiititiiiiiii; mi area of S ruiiils
mitt 'Jl pi'ii'liu", mid ruin.' nurilc.il.irlv dc
scilht'd in Hiiviil I'uliiil No. !.'.!, I.. '. A
No. 4"iai lo Nu'Iiii.ihI, tin- fiitlurof s.ld
Kclciiliiuiii N'ul.uiiii. All tlinl luu'el nf
luinl I'oiiimiiiiii; un men o I l.l-iJii"ri-.
mid iiiito uirtii'iiiiirlv iluscrils'd In lluyiil
I'atulit No. I.iou, I.. I'. Aiuird No ii".". to
I .11 1 Oil, till' III. fit' llf Mllll M. Kdsllllllllll Nil
IiiiiiiiI, All llinl parcel uf tit ml i'uiiiiiIiiIiik
.ill aria of J nnid mid ! purclie-, mid iiiniu
iiarticiiliirly desiTiliud lu Itn.vnl I'utciil No.
l.'-s, i , Auunl .No. (iii.ll to Niiuiiilmi,
lint iiiii'ln uf s.iid h. Ki'liiili.iii.i NjIiuiiiii.
Terms I'iisIi iii'l at cp(ti.i' of pm
I'ur fiutl.i'i iiiirli.'iiliir in id.v I"
j. t. MdN.svhn r
liaii'd lloiioliiln, Jim. Is'il !i. i
lluttil's 1'ills i-iirc all llvci ill'
Ulninh XI imdlml li Itt'i-U'ii 1'otinlrlfN,
'IMIK U KI'.KI.I lllll.l.l'lllt,
1 iiiKiia ol li.iuif.ll.i," Kc.tdliiK MnllBr,
lion upon the character of thu
china and glassware as upon
the edibles. We have con
vinced nearly every one on the
islands that I laviland 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
ing a conventional set of deco
rated china, that when one
r .Iuju it lf .! ft tt n ititMt l4
MortjrrtKuo'a Notlca of Iiitontiou toll'"":' , """'- .,......
FueioWH..draai.. i replaced except at a very
1 heavy expense in having the
I broken piece replaced by one
it hMii '.'i'mi1 j decorated especially for you
io maicn me sei. in riavuanu
China, when bought from us,
if a piece is broken in any way
you can get a duplicate at any
time at tlie same rate you paid
for a do.en pieces. We always
have duplicates in stock, a
convenience not only in cases
where pieces are broken but
for persons who do not wish
to buy a full set at one time.
You may buy a single cup and
' saucer and let it be the foun
dation for a set of two hundred
I pieces. These are among tho
advantages offered purchasers
ol" 1 laviland decorated china.
Another article in demand for
table use and decoration 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.
j We have all sorts of stones
for sharpening cutting tools
I from the coarse grindstone
mounted in a frame to the
i Frank Walcot emery file, but
we have never seen anything
that gives such general satis
taction as the latter. Willi it
)ou can sharpen anything from
a scythe to a lady's pen knife,
, and we sell them fur fifty cents
' each. Mail orders, will receive
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
OppotilU- bprm'keli' IlltXlk,
i U07 KOItT STUWKT.
of niK i:i.i:iutA'ii:ii
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . JI'HT TO IIAVH K '1MTV nf I'KKIMI" . . .
JKS6, Thi'M- Cigars are direct from thu factory and
(should not be confounded with the cheap imitulioiitj which
are so frequently offered as Ihe "Beat Mtiniltid." ONK
TttlAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
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