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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Cedarvllle Hkctches-hy Kiilph Turner.
Chinese Protective Union.
Card from tlio II ill Aloha Ainu.
Was Hnrd to I'lce.
Hawaiian Derby l)a.
tiucol and Uenernl Items.
(treat Ijom of Sugar.
0n League Meeting.
.St. Umii College Honored.
Native" Have the Mucle.
Katiiehntuehn School llullillng 1 Win.
"Kail and fair" lt "Simple Simon.''
Nothe l hereby given that the accounts
for the Itlennhl Fiscal Period ending
March 31, Ib'Jl, will he closed iroiiitl) at
12 o'clock noon on SATllltDAY, April II,
Ig'Jt, and ail account outstanding ntid un
paid after that time, wilt require a 8jcclnl
Act to he pused, niithnrlzing the payment
.if.aiue. W. 0. ASHLKY,
llegltrar of Public Account".
Hawaiian Treasury, April T, Isvl.
y")u -Unihi .lUrtin.
I'Uiionl to ntilhtf S'Ct not l'arly,
Hut Ktabtlhrd for lh Umrfit of AH.
SATUUDAY, APU1L 7. 1801
Mr. Mutch in his note eNewhero '
gives plain figures, and he is a man
who must bo belloved. Tho dis-,
charged native laborers, who gave
our reporter tho information now
contradicted, must hate drawn some
what on their imagination.
L'n favorable comment ha boou t
heard on tho action of county com ,
missioners in Chicago, in striking
tea and colfee from tin list of sup
plies furnished to the poor and un
employed. It is remarked that some
of the commissioners live most lux- ,
uriously themselves. The incident
goes to show that the aristocracy of
mere wealth can Im as mean a any
ela on earth.
How strictly food inspection is I
enforced elsewhere has an instance J
in the recent proceedings against a I
fish dealer in Boston. He was lined
tflUOTi for having '1 undersized lob-1
sters on sale, or at tho rate of ?" for
each of the crustaceans. When he ,
appealed he was held in $l'Ji0 bail
to appear liefore tlio Supremo Court.
Not tho least of tho objects of this
Mriugoucy is to prevent the extinc
tion of tho delicious lobster.
Although there may be an honest
diirereuco of opinion us to the ex
pediency or propriety of holding a
mass meeting of tho Opposition to
the Provisional Government, there
is no room for doubt as to the per
fect legality and legitimacy of the
project. Now- that the meeting has
been called for Monday evening, we
hold it to be the duty of patriots to
swell its numbers by their presence.
All who participate either on the
platform as speakers or on the
ground as liteners need not be re
minded that perfect calmness of ex
prcssion and reception, and thorough
decorum, will be the bettor part of
both oloipiouce nml enthusiasm, in
i-ou eying to the American people
and the world a refutation of all
tho slanders that have gone forth
about the loyalists, both native and
Card From tho Hui Aloha Ainu.
In view of the rumored Mass
i,. ,.:.... i. i. ..i, i ...... r.....io..
evening, tho ollicers of the Hui Aloha
Aina wish tho public to understand
that this Association is in no way
connected with that meeting. Al
though of the opinion that, as long
as the case of Monarchy versus Pro
visional GoMirnment has not been
definitely settled by the proper arbi
llUUblllf), IW 1,11 ,11711, IIWAI .lllfllllllj
tration 01 1 lie i uiiuu aiuiut), iiiiiiiiiik
nn I111 Iitr'nllv done linni to aIIht the
present status, pending that settle
uiout : and although of the firm be
lief also that therefore every iudo
pendent, honorable ami well-mean-iug
patriot ought to abstain from
taking any oath, votiug or other
wise compromising his political
rights aud liberty, yet tho ollicors
of tho Aloha Aina cousider that any
political agitation or public demou
nt rat ion is for the present impolitic
and untimely. Tho only advisable
course is simply not to regibtor for
the contemplated election, which ,
might be taken as an tiucourtcotis
attempt to prejudgo the United
Huwaiitin Derby Day
The meuibers of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club are pleased that the
11th of Juno, Kamehauuiha Day, has
been proclaimed a local holiday. A '
number of horsomen have signified
their willingness to put their horses
into training without further delay,
but there is a drawback. The track
at Kaplolaui Park is in a very poor
condition, being muddy aud full of
holes. It is understood, however,
that W. II. Cuinmings, the road
Miporvlsor, will undertake the task
of putting the track in good condi
tion. Mr. Ciiuimiiigs Is of the opin
ion that ho can lay the track to per
fection. W. (J. Irwin wdl consult
with tho Government as to the im
provement of the Park. A meeting
of the Jockey Club will bo held
shortly to prepare a program for the
CHINESE PROTECTIVE UNION.
Immonne Organization Mooting Con
ducted with Spirit.
Tho following r-port of tlm orjan
I ization mooting of tho Chinese I'ro-
toctivo Uuion is kindly furnished In
one of ita brightest niutnbors:
Tho oluction of ollloors was held
! at their hall Thursday owning, tho
interior of tho hall wai decorated
with two largo Chiuos'o Hags and
llowers, and thoir naino motto (Chi
nese Protective Union), and both of
tho verandas wore xurroiiiidod with
Japanese lanterns. The election
lasted from 7 till 11:1) p. hi.. Tho
i nomination of the olucer.t and oxeeu-i
ktio committees of twenty went (
i through ono by one like hot cakes,
Tho election was conducted in a
most agreeable and ijtiiut manner, i
IJeioro tlio poll was closed onu '
could hear all around the hall tho .
question. Have you voted yet J And '
it was caul by 1. hang Kim it was i
tlio hottest election ever held in
those islands among the Chinese,
I hit ii4int imii rtfflin l 'lititl h turimuip .
! of tho Honolulu Firo Department i
i . . .
'in former times ranking second,
The Chinese are woll enlightened in
regaid to elections and polities in
1 our days; they also begin to know '
1 the value of a franchise. The Union i
! has lully NHl tnemiKrs, mostly nier
1 chants, mechanics, etc., who partici
pated in tho election, and fully I (XXI
1 Chinese who will become members
gathered in the hall to witness the J
i election. A meeting of the above
named Union mav bo called this I
, evening or some day next week to j
. discuss the matter ofChineso coolie
' laborers. Tho following named per
sons wero declared elected as olllcers '
land executho committee of the
Union for the ensuing year:
President. V. S Altaua, former
head luua of C. Afong.
Vice President, Chang Kim, law
clerk of C. V. Ashford.
' Kuglish Secretary, L. I Chin, I
clerk of J. S. Walker. !
I Chinese Secretary, Chiug Yeo
Tin, school teacher of Port-street '
Treasurer, Wong Wa
Iht of Wing Wo Tai Co
1 Vice-Treasurer, Goo
Tho unmet of the tweutv
, tive Committee:
(.1. Awaua, rice planter.
11. A. Heeu, merchant.
Chong Meo liing, merchant.
i Ho Pook, law clerk of V. V. Ash
I Ho Pon, reporter of Hawaiian
lew Sew Sou, former clerk of
N. Mouwar, of Paul Neumann's
Ng Ngon. merchant.
Mok Tai Him, merchant.
Linn Toy, merchant.
Wong Hung Poi, clerk of Hawai
iau Chinese News.
Chock Horn, merchant
Wonir Oiioiil' Yoiiiil'. iiuirchaut
Mok Shting, clerk of Wong Ouai.
rat Kee. contractor ami
Chang Tai, merchant.
Chiug Chip, merchant.
Lau hum, merchant.
Lee Kee, merchant.
Lee lviim Vow, merchant.
Ask Your Friend
Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla
what they think of it, ami the replies
will lo positive in its favor. Simply
what Hood's Sarsapanlla does, that
tells tho story of its merit. One has
been cured of indigestion or dyspep
sia, another finds it iudisousahlo
for sick headache or biliousness,
while others report remarkable cures
of scrofula, catarrh, rheumntiMii.
salt rheum, etc.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable.
DA.N I.YO.NV IIAN'I'INll CI.AnS Wll.l.
1 1 i-huui-i-d from lint Drill hliml to
Arlon Hull, unh-h he litis rnntid fur Tiles
iluv, Thurduy und ."mtnnhiy of meli m ,-k.
Tin- HiliinfuN orh'unlted elii for Chlhl
run will iin-ut ut the Arluii Hull at Jo'eloel.
h'ttnnhi.x iifteruooii, April 7lh.
tin liieilu evunlnt.', April tilth, nt T
o'clock, 11 rU"i will he formed lor Men und
On ThnrMlu.x iifii-rnnon, nt :i oVIix-k.
April l.'tli. it pe- i it I i-hti- will he formed
The cliiirw for nil )a I'nplls will he -J.'i
Cent" u l.son.
On the ulxive h Mr. I.voim inn he
mint the Hull frnnio to i-j neon.
P1I i: lNIi:USt!NKl II.WIN'll IlKKN
K iipsilnted Assignee of the K-tntf of
W. llonici- Wright of llonolnhl, 11 volttu-
urv lnMikriipt, reitii-tBiill mtoiii IiuvIiik
eUlno nnnliiht-i-Bid i:tati to pre-unt their
nliiiiiis isltliin six months from ditto or
1 liny will h forever hnrri-il, mitt nil pernon
imfnuciiUl l-Hiiite uro liurehy ri'iiei.teil to
1... t 11 ?.. 1 ' t , ....
1 lllK. Ut Kiiuhlllil Hill atretit. lloiiohlhl.
iimur iiiiin.-iiiai ill, nielli ! . ,, lain.
, ..,,, j'J; j-"' ' A',,K;,i,
i bi.Mii.i: w
.Murriiil Ciintile for L-elturul hull) ilnr-
lli.' viiyujje to Knrope h u family with
children. HimmI refreni-e' required. A
i:d. miKrciii..i:iii:it.Y oo.,
Con if r KIiik nml lluthel streets or Vic
toria street, opposite Thiiniiis Kiitniru.
Ring Up Bell Telephone 122
hliind Ht liillliiKer'HShilii,'Shiip,
ijneen Htrtet, near i'ort.
Vi-ll J AM Kb 1'UI.I.OCK.
ANY I'AK'IY. WJHi IS )i:si)l MIF
piirehiislnir the Hi. nk of Vii-r'hmiilic
now eoiitulni'd In tin store of Mr Hamtiel
Khrlleh, it haiikrilpt.rornei Curtain! lintel
street, will ph-.n-e i-nliiniUllltntn ultlllln
illldersi);nd ut the Ollice of II lluokfelil
A Co. J. T II At Kilil.l).
lloiiohlhl. April a, Islil. Jim-'.'l
iiwi-; Ai'i'tiiNii.ii Mil ii i;
lluiirdiiiiin -olu intent for nil of inn
Couls, mined from the cclehiuteil 'Iiiiwii
K IKitMtA A CO
Honolulu, April i MM. W if
Kvtry i ripUun oJJOll I'lilSTlSU
thilK (if Iht Hutlttiu Om!'.
Couldn't Oet a Policeman Good I
Enough to Protect Him. I
J. Nober called at tho Police Sta
tion and asked tho night clerk for
tho captain of tho watch. Tho clork
told him that tho captain was ab- '
sent, but that, tho lieutenant was i
ineru, mm u lie nan any rievnucu
to report the same to him. Nober
accordingly told Lieutenant Holi
that while ho was going to his homo
at Palatini on horseback ho had been
held up by natives near J. Kaulia's
residence and ho wanted police pro
tection. As tho lieutenant had only
to him. Nober
one officer with him, he aked Simou
Topaz, a mnunteil patrolman, to go
with Xobor. Nober refused, oayiug
ho wanted no "d Dutchman?' as
ho was blind and couldn't hoo four
leel ahead ol mm. eer roue awav
and camo back a second time, ask-
iug for poliro aid. Lieutenant Holi
ordered lus assistant oilicor Logan
to saddle a horse and accompany
tho man. Neber again refused aid, ;
his excuse being that tho ollicer was I
lilUiiViHliiii limit if
a natiw and it was natives who had !
. . . . . . i
molested Dim. lie was then tola to
make hiui&olf scarce. Ho rode
around tho corner, on to King and
fort streets, and made his way to
the Advertiser ollico to state his al
which wore that
had used vulgar
language and ill-treated him.
Those who never read tho adver
tisements in their newspapers miss
more lliau I nor presume,
t, . t
KtMiisou, ol liolau, Worth C
tvlifi liml liimii I rmilitfifl wit It i-hnmttn.
tlsm in his back, arms ami shoulders
read an item in his paper about how I
a prominent Oormaii citizen ; of Pt.
Madison had beou cured. Ho tiro
cured tho same medicine, and to use
his own word: "It cured 1110 right
up. . lie also says: "A. neighbor
ami nis wilo were both sick in bed
with rheumatism. Their boy was
over to my houo and said they were j
so bad he had to do tho cooking. I ,
told him of Chamberlain s Pain
Dalm and how it had cured me, ho
got a bottle and it cured them up in
lit) cent Dottles for Sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith ,V Co.,
1......... O. ..!,!. v. .. I
Agents for the Hawaiian Island".
Hawaiian Constitution, Article 4,
"All men -hull have the rij;lii, in nn
order! und ie.ii'i'nhle iiiiiiiiiit, toiwi'iu.
hie. without iirin, to i-.ny.iilt iihiii the
M.iss MTi!ej; of the lijnl I'.-npl
llnliiilillii nlhl Vlehilt will
he hidd nt
A.T T O'OLiOOK,
J I 'J
Toeon-nlt iimiii ihiM'omnioii uood.un I. In
parlliMiliir. to i'iinldr what lotirse shniihl
In- folneil with ripi'i't to this nroMiied
elM-tiuii of IMfu-ites to a Ciinitltiitiomil
W .-)i er, lover of hl eomitry nt
tenil. tW Ia' every hellevi-r In I'rte Uiivitii
ment he there.
It iirderof the Comnillti-e.
II. A Wllli:IAVN
.-AMl'KI. I'A II KClt.
CHAH. T tll'l.l-K.
.ItUIN I.OTA K M'l.l'Kot'.
II h. M. INTYUK.
C. O. IIKItlli;u.
C. W ASIIHlltJI.
A. I'. I'KI'CCbDS'.
.HM Pit I I.I.I I'ri,
It. W WII.CH.N.
.1 K KAIIDOK N0.
11)11. K. (Ml.lllltN,
.1. A. (M'MMIN.x.
K.NlIt II JllliNMlN,
IAS. K KAt'l IA.
C. I. lltHMCiNK
W.M. II. II I.H1I'.AD,
I1 .1. TKIA.
Ii W. I'CA.
I'.. It. TIIOM b,
.1. I". ItOWI.hlt,
I A. I.I.MYD.
I.. J I.KVKY,
W. I'. Itr.YM'I.D.-s.
Sf'K' IA1. I.IIIKAUY (IK Hi'lKNCK
untl l-'letlon open ovorv TUKHKAY.
IIIUKSllAY und HATUltDAY. from
i to t o'clock r. m,, fei-onil Hour of l'n
ter IHock. Minium Hire-t; (intraiwe on the
lane le.tilliiK to Foiindry.
Itooks lent out to reMHiiixthli, nar.
ties in Honolulu, uii'l when practicable, to
n-aitiuiiiH 01 ineoiuer ihuimh.
ntury t las in Iheo-opln ever)
iblliY KYKNINW, at Ts.iii o'clock
sharp, In the l.ihrar) llnll.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Lnaus
General Futolio I
At Smith's Bus and Livery
Stables, King Street,
I Adjoining Mctroimlliun Meal Market;
Is the Cheape-t place in toun HI can net
llllsi, Wiu-oneltes, lluifini" und huddle
Ilnr-. It will pit, son to call und cn
hchiic Mm tr I'lecw licit',
I.I. I1II.I.M lll'i; AOAISST 1 UK 110
iV noliihi lloinl Hoard In future lire re
iilulcil to he present ci I ut dm ollice ol the
Hind hup rvisor of Honolulu on the '.tith
of each nioiiih, otherulsH they will he iij
emplfroni that month's estimnte and like
ly not to he iiiild for one or two months
niter. Ill order of the Honolulu itoad
Hoard, W. II. CU.MMIMIH,
!l-tf lloitcl HuKTvlor, Honolulu,
WAS HARD TO PLEASE.
Hawaiian HarflwarB Co.. L'fl
Saturday, April 7, 1894.
Did you ever notice how an
ant combines business with
pleasure when out Oil a pro-
'II ' .
", uuw iiu win iiivou-
gate when he runs up against
a bread crumb and then go
back and tell a large circle of i
acquaintances who soon be
come a nuisance. It is to ob-
viate this that we sell the new I
Tangled Bread and Cake ;
Knives. You may cut warm !
or cold bread, or cake with J
it anil not make a
I'he set of three a
parer, cake cutter and pie cut-,
t- ., .,.. f- . ,iii., i
ter goes to you for a dollar.
and when you've used them
once you will say you have a
three dollar value.
The latest coast news tells '
us that all of the treaties under
the McKinley bill are repealed (
under the new Tariff bill. This i
is going to bring anguish to
the breasts of some people, !
but Hawaii is all ritdit. Mc
.... ... .
k in nil rltrl nnt mt'u tic n fruntu
, . i .1 1 1 1 .
. . 0. . .
0llt "e wrcsteu nara to give
US "Hallyhooly." So far as
treatv relations with the United
States are concerned the sun
seems to be slimmer on the
sui?ar ntlustrv of Hawaii: and
, , .. '
SO long as the sun slimes to
the extent of a cent and a
quarter on sugar ,.very 0C
' .., . b ,
will be prosperous and happy.
liavilantl ware takes a Step
r ,.n rnru-nwl in tbic nnmmn.
" "" ...... .1. ...., v.w..i...i.
mlt it,lit,,i if. m,.ilit. ,.. .-
I IIIV ,vii.ii uo i11llb' 13 .will-
l)arcd with other decorated
china. We have sold this
crockery ever since we have
been in business and it is now
the favorite ware here. Our
method of sellitrg it makes it
' popular because we do not in-
j sist upon people buying a full
set. We sell, lor instance, a
half dozen cups and saucers as
a starter. If the buyer's friends
comment on their beauty and
quality it is quite likely the
lady of the house will want
i some plates to add to it. With
i each niece there will be a crow-
'K sirc for more until it
I culminates in the necessary
dishes lor soup, lish, roasts,
vegetables, salads, etc. It is
quite the proper thing for peo
ple to have different decora
tions for each course: some
people may have a complete
set but would like a change
for soup or fish We can make
up such a set at a price that
will surprise you.
The Fischer Steel Range is
by far the best range manu
factured; it will heat up quiuker
and burn less fuel. The first
invoice of these ranges that we
received were made of mate
rial just one half the thickness
of the present lot and they cost
us more money. While those
we now offer you are superior
in every respect, we sell thorn
for ten dollars less money.
We've sold these ranges to
people who have used iron
stoves all their lives and who
do not hesitate to say that the
"Fischer" burns one third less
fuel than any other stove the
same size. This means that
you will save the extra cost of
a steel range in a very short
For people who want a
cheaper article we have several
makes ol iron stoves which we
can recommend. We make a
leader of the "Pansy" at $15,
because we believe it to be the
best. These iron stoves burn
coal or wood and are wonder
fully good bakers.
The dry season is coming
on and the "25th annual kick
of the Water Consumers Pro
tective Alliance" will soon take
place. It is not that there is a
scarcity of water on the Islands
but because the people do not
search for it. We have saved
the ranch man, the plantation
manager and the vegetable
grower large sums of money
by accepting our advice and
erecting Aermotors. Our S
foot wheel will do the same
work that a 10-l'oot wooden
wheel will perform, anil an S
foot mill is all that is required
for stock or irrigation purposes
unless large quantities of water
are required The Aermotor
has many advantages over
wooden mills, and one of them
is the fact that no matter how
violent the storm the mill will
close up automatically.
J)J NIPPON" !
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
The nliove Store lisi received another
Splendid Invoice of
Beautiful Silk and Grape
Dress (Inod- In nil lmdr, philu ulid
Cushions. Table Covers,
lied ("overs, downs,
Silk Crape Rainbow Suits,
All Colors 1'iuiey I)raperle,
lhMW" "ffi&fe ru, . K,e.
Tin. I'rlii'. of the-e (l,N?. Mill n.tniiMi
Elegant Silk Kimonos!
Ilund'ome Clcnrctle I u-i .
Silk Ten c0.,...
Large and Small Japanese Rugs
Hilk Itmhrelhis, llclit hut -Irene,,
Oliitlr Middles U.
Ilftinhoo lllllids. lilted Willi ptlllejs:
Silk lollop. Sim ic-. new stle.
Japanese Scrconi, Irrtu S3 Up.
Large Japanese Umbrellas
OIT- t u-i lie Set with Pole III the
Krntiliil, nice (or 1'icinc-or l.llltclic. out
of door, the) ran hi oMtii-d out or ncd
s u tent. ()
cotton crapksItHEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
in tnti:.r VMiiurv. I
TOfc. 1mhtMoii l-KM'lftill Iiivlt.-d. 1
Mrs. J, P.P.Collaco, Proprietress,
Cleveland Bicycle Club1
Will have lis l-'lr-l llraulin; uti
APRIL 1 , 1 SQ-4,
IT ONLY COST YOC
i() A MONTH
To K.i In line with other Cleveland"'
rider. Whin ncrc can win uK (or.
Join Now, a Few Chances Left!
H. E. WALKER.
irj-ll Apuit llonohihi. II
J. J. EGAN
514 Fort Street.
ALWAYS) OX HAND Till:
Latest Styles in Millinery
-TUB LATKsT IN -
White and Colored Worsted Goods
Till: .MUhT COM IM.l.Ti: b'l'OCK OK
I.N 1 111: city
Dressmaking Dune by Mrs. Reaper.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
ill nt tend to .Maitii!cmi'iit and -.ile
of I'lopcm mid ollcctln, in
till its limni lies.
Houses and Land For Sale
Northerly corner of l.mnta and It.reianlu
(Ill lie: One dooi liclou l.i'uls.l l.evey,
I'ort stii et. ti7' tf
lu tho Circuit Court of tho First Cir
cuit, Hawaiian Inlands.
in 'i hi: .Mvm.ii ok tin: iink.
I ruplin of hMi M, Cinti.K 11. Creditors
of the s.ili'l If ii nl; it t arc herein nottlle i In
ciiinc in and piove ilimr ilelil- hi fore the
Circuit I ourt of the I'll -t 1 In mi, title
Court II110111 of Mild Court, in Hiiiniliihi,
(.Mhil, 011 . MONDAY, (he nih di d prtl,
Ih'll, hclwicll tll Iiimii- nf In '1 luck in 1 III
oieuiuiil and noun ol tlm -nM ia),anl
elect en AsslL'ltce.oi Ai;iices. of the mill
llaiiUnipt's l.-t tie
M.o l.l'CA- 1 lirk.
Honolulu Aptll .1. IMlt. tris ,M
CKYLON TIIA ANU JKW1SI.UY.
1 lU.H Id INI'OIIM Till: I'l III. II
1 thai I have oieiei lilt hlm at No. I
N1111111111 -ireel with i)lmi Minn itnnd
Jenlr Ml null 1 C i i - ippim. , I' arl
i Ic. .1 list i ci ii d .nun I'm. t c I .ii lea
trj it. Al-ii, IVxIiiii iiid-niadi lic.
All ilispis'liiin uf i ii j ainck s miIh itid.
V. J h.Vnltlti,
'M 11 Nt IW Nuiuiiu liiwt
FRIGES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
B3? FOR FOUR WEEKS -3
English Wardrobes, Plato Glass Front;
iMarl )1 oi op AVasl i Si ands,
Marbloloj) Dressing Tables,
SCt)(cll OllOStS Of' 1 )laW(jrS,
Dining llnll and Parlor Chairs,
Kalian Suites. Pictures, Etc.
Royal WorcT.stor Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jug's. Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Etc, Etc, Eto.
The Drug liiuiiu.'n heretofore carried by IIol
lihter & Co. hurt been incorporated under th
name of the . . ....
Hollister Drag Co., L'd.
LJavinj the largest and most complete .stock in
our line, we arc prepared to off-jr our customer
I he best goods at the lowest prices.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
JrJrt F'ort Rtrpot,,
National Cane Shredder
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tliijM) StiiiKDlihlitt untl nn- iww iioiitieil tn rcct'ivo onltirf.
Tlio (,'rtiut iiilvaiitiinfh in Im derived frntii the iiso of tlio National (!ani:
S i i 1 1 k 1 l i l : l i arc tleiriuiKlily olaldiHlii'd niul ucknowlcdiil liy I'liinters
I'lin l.irm- iiuiiiKiT uf ri.inti-r- u-ine; iln-ui in tlio United State, Culm,
Vip-ntinc ltepulilic, I'orn, A u-l r.ili.i mid olsowhern, lio.tr witni-Mt to tlm
'I ho use of the SiiiiKnur.it er lurui'ly aiiyinmilH tlio iiiiiiitity of run
tlio null ciiii riiid OJ.ri in Td) .) "Is" th" c'Miiii'Wnii of jiuio (f) In VI".,)
It is n hi ml s.ifi'iiuiil, 11111K1114 kn.'Wii nl mien die in-ti'iiuo nl iiny
pieciii-iif tint), ptiiki frmii eatp, nr nnytliinn hi-li untilil lit- I1.1I1U1 tn (latiiiin
tlio mill, ami iillnwiiu uiupti little tn h'iiuiw h.iuii' liefnro tl.inmKiin,' tlm mill.
Tin' SiiiiciuihK ir- i-i. stmnnly inuilo, mill fmin In- iiiiiiiiiit uf its nperu
Hon it cuts nr tt'ii i l lif-i piccfc nl uikkI nr inm willinnl nfteii lirouklllK tlio
.SltmiiiDKlt; and if anyiiiu Inc.ik-, it ic simply i-iuii' nt tin- kiuCh nr I'titttTh,
vlili'li inn lie j iiu-k 1 mid emu' inii'iilly 11 placid I he SlllthiHi:it, uh ils
inline imlii'iitcs, learr tin 1 ,nu- inln -lireils nf vaiviiiK leiicllie, mifi'i'tl,V npen
iii, it mid illinium; tin- mill m ilinroiinlily u nut the juiucb without re-
MIIIII.' till- llilllll'll-e , 1 iiiwr IteCfi-siir) liij.'lillll III' I'l llsll till) w holn
iMiie. Tlie rsiiifi. phi. 11 siii nls Ho- -Ini-ilili tl i-.iiii- iiinfiiiinly 11ml uiuly to
tin- null rnlN, and ilm- iiwuy wiih I In- niei-sMty nf ppniidiiin the li,ipts( hy
llUllll helnei n I In- mil),., wluii- I e,Hlelle; . Ill U1-1-. No e;t.ii-- n lilt ) 1 1 II t of
linilei i',tpiii"iy 1- niiiiiii tn nii-iiiii- tin Miiii.iiiicu than tlntl whiuh wup
siillit-ii-iii (nr tlio mill, fin tin .ilaiM H a. mis We fitriiisli full wnrliiut;
ilriOMUKs for tin nisliilliiliuii n .nn Slli;i.lUU-.l:s, enalilltiK all,' i'niiiietotll ell-inu-r
in MU'i-in-ftilly install nml ,, ilium.
In nrdi'lllij.' Sum, hum, k frii'n us, pluiM M-m hiiiiiII sketch, slcwine Hie
iliuiiii'ti-r nml wul'h nl tin mill mlU unit whit Ii Mliii.iuii 1 to In- iniuiei'ltil,
ali-o tin- side (iiilnr iikIiI m h It h mil as i,n f.nc t' ,nli-iy side of the
llllll), Upon which Hie null cuejiH I . l.a .iIciI.'iiImi the height f I Mill Html hill)
In ii'iili'i ill In. ill null mil fluid, mil dlstaiict 11 ttlir tills shall to flout end
nf hui (il.ile Thi'M' MiiiKliin.lih .ire mm In mn in.ul hy Hie lliln .Siiiir Co,
und lliiivi .Mill, Kiiliala, uhete tin .ucj-niii mint "ull'sf ii'tnui,
fS)"" I'm 1 nod fuilliei parlhlll.tr. ml he had liy applying In
FTOTioliiKi, H. T.
OK I III'. HAWAIIAN IKLAN'US.
G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
)U .((oifJt fur Ms niKitfnn I'uriif