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WHAT'S IN TO-DAT'S PAPEK.
Huccp's of a Dynamite Crttl'T.
Now Oein In Victoria's Crown.
A Grave for One hy "Kumti Ao.'
At the Opera H'jMse.
Wit and Hntnor.
Marine News. i.
IahmI and (leneral Item-.
Ooverniiient by Minority.
H C. Allen Arrive!,
Wit and Humor.
German Silver Policy Stands.
Slu gruUt .uUctin.
Il'dutd lo wither Sect nor Party,
Hut EttabUnhfd for the lienrfit of All.
MONDAY, APIUL 23, 18D4.
Mr. Thurston is roportod as find
iuy tho situation, changed so rapidly
horo that ho could not talk about it.
lio is about right. Things are going
to the dogs (aster than in auy former
period of tho country's existence.
When it comos to cool argument
tho jiugo policy in tho United States
cannot stand. An interesting in
stance is reported in this issue, be
ing tho account of a debate between
tho Northwestern aud Michigan uni
versities. It is as good as admitted that Mr.
Thurston is hero to "watch" the
constitutional convention. There
would bo nothing surprising in see
ing a special act railroaded through
the Councils to add tho diplomat'
showmarrto tho Government's foro-
ordained majority iu the convention, t
When the Advertiser was promot
ing a secret conspiracy to under
tniuo the stable goveruiueiit of Ha
waii, it was fiorco iu its denuncia
tions of a moderate expenditure for
tho support of a military establish
ment. Now it is advocating a stand
ing army under a professional soldier
to bo imported from abroad, on
similar lines to the policy of Kli.B
ir.i i... i .i i
Kalakaua in the same regard. '
California's overland trade with
Mexico is likely to wax mighty in
the near future. It is said that there
will be three railroad lines from
Mexico extended into Monterey this
year. Hawaii is bound to have
formidable competition iu sub
trophal products from Mexico.
With this prospect nothing should
bo left uudouo to develop our uew
trado openings iu tho Northwestern
States and throughout tho Canadian
When tho word "Provisional", is
sponged out of tho name of the nil
iug oligarchy, it will bo necessary
for tho now Government thus cro
ated to obtain tho recognition of all
nations uow iu friendly intercourse
with Hawaii. How that recognition
is to bo gained with only a minority
of tho constitutional convention
elected at all, and that minority
elected by a minority of the legiti
mate electors of tho country, is a
probloui that probably troubles the
Provisional Government more than
auythiug else at this juncture.
Nothlug seems to give rise to more
diplomatic wrestling than tho most
favored nation clause iu treaties.
Hawaii has the .lapaueso question
under that clause to worry its uou
representative Government. The
British Government is claiming that
British merchants are untitled under
tho favored nation clause to tho ad
vantages of tho Ilusso-Germau com
mercial treaty. In view of tho fact
that a Goverumout so old iu diplom
atic oxperieuco as the British makes
such a claim, it is manifestly absurd
for Hawaiian politicians to pooh
pooh tho claim of Japan as not
coming within the scope of the
favored nation clause.
From tho holding up of railway
trains in the sparsely populated
regions of tho Wodt, tho banditti of
the United Status havo lxigun to
rob street cars iu populous cities.
By last mail instances of highway-
mou attacking street cars are ro- '
ported from cities so far apart as ,'
Sun I'mnciKi-n nnil Pliilmlnlnlii.-i. In !
the former city's caso the robbers
plundered the driver and passengers
and escaped, but in Philadelphia
four out of seven moil who attacked
a street car were arrested. Tho
gang had thrown the car off the
track and thou tried to rob the
passengers, whom they handled
roughly, but two policemen entered
tho car at either end with drawn
revolvers aud captured four of the
villains. Three confederates who
wore watching outside had lied ou
the approach of the olllcers.
Bocurod Hla Borvicos.
Mr. V. G. Potter, crayon and water-color
artist, who has been visit
ing the islands for his health, has
mado an engagement with Mr. J. J.
Williams. Mr. Potter's work while
iu San Francisco was second to
none, Samples will be ou exhibition
nt our studio, 102 Fort street.
A Gravo for One.
Earn or Bulletin: -
The Provisional Government has
in its erratic career fallen upon evil,
and still more owl days. It is true
j that it has not sutTered any material
loss tor hs star-chamber majority is
i still intact, and tlio quenchless cottr
, ago of its army of imported merco
i uar'n3 "till animates them on pay
day; and tho hold of tho "loyal'
camp follower, in the leaguesaud
, clubs, upon the treasury, is as firm
, as ever. But the small stock-in-trade
of political mural -if any
that the infant P. O. may have had
in starting life, is becoming wofully
i depreciated, aud it has dug a sepul
I chre for the solitary reputation that
covered the nakedness of its origin
' al in. It is the unfailing history of
' alt such petty despotisms as this
1 Hawaiian P. G. -which claim to
! travel on guupowdor aud gall that
i ney iuTuisii a iiuiiuiuioss grave mr
tho public character of overybody
concerned. This is tho ouo endur
ing principle which clings to a pub
lic man more closely than his shadow.
This is tho true law of fate: tho law
that will not be baulked of its end
in one iota, and which compels
evory man to write his own epitaph,
aud recite his whole history.
lu tho famous proclamation of
i January 17, 18WI, issued by the
1, lSlM, issttett by the '
Stevens appointed jtitita styling !
themselves a Provisional Ooveru-1 ,nrringo and separation of a pro
inent, thero was but one name, that f,,i01iai gambler from a society
or S. B. Dole, for whom tho public , Iful.. through the intrigues of a false
who were appealed to had any res- fritMul nn,f t, bepieiit suffer
pect. It was tho only name then il)KS of botj,, Iu ti, fCT(lrtli act
that couitl hope to liml any reason-
nblu amount of acceptance with. tho
Noble voters of this metropolitan I
electorate. In evory sense Mr. Dole
was tho only man iu the so-ca lod
rovnlnt minrv ttroc ntnnt on who had
any public reputation to lose, and it
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was largely on account of tho res
pect of tho public for .ludiie Dole,
that tho surrender was effected with
out putting Minister Stevens' bom
. bast to the test. Uow has Mr. Dole
I justified the expectations formed of
Hill lfB vta IIIV
fair dealing ou his part between the
United States on tho one side-
whoso ollicials and troops, by iiitimi-
(latiou, oucctcu the conquest oi the
peoplo by the overthrow of its gov-
I erumeut and the iimtnllntion of Mr.
I Dole and his liieiitls and the gov-
eminent and people oi Hawaii on
the other liaudl l-ot tho dismissal
from public service of every Hawai
ian who would not abjure his nation
ality and the hundred petty acts of
i imposition and picayiitnsh despot
ism, practised by .Mr. Doles npprov
al, furnish tho reply,
111 the discus-'
' f, I?1"1 I-VV?"1 ,0.l,,f !
issue Mr. Dole has acted the part of
a .iiiibbling lawyer rather than the ,
honest jurist which he was fondly
expected to prove himself, as wit
ness the famous "specifications" ami i
other controversial state papers
bearing ou the position taken by
Piesideut Dole's arguments are
baed upon the position that he
reigns by virtue of tho "saerod right
of revolution" aud the ruled are
therefore to u derstaud that he is
at the head of a government of mili
taryism, aud has therefore the right
to vary its political creed so as to
include varying quantities of mod
ern theocracy or ancient toryism,
strangely disguised by longings after
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iiiiiit'Amiijii nun limit) fiiiui'3.i, mm I
universal equality -an anomaly a i
unaccountable as a republican moil- j
arch, or a Christian hangman, or a i
jail-lloggor who runs a society for t
tho spread of humanity in the inter- i
vals of his professional duties.
Judging by results up to the pres
ent time aud without priutini; a
schedule of tho discrepancies of
conduct between Judge Dole and
President Dole on the contract labor
and numerous other questions n Heel
ing the well-being of Hawaii, it
would seem to his best friends that
ho must have started business as a
patriot from motives of expediency, .
and found that even tho trade ol '
being a successful patriot was too !
extensive an undertaking for his i
own moral capacity, anil that his '
soul was not largo enough for tho '
position. Mr. Uolo hud everything
to gain by proving sincere to all his
former professions of loyalty to
principle and his own conscience,
and he has apostatised in a falling
market. He was a man capable of
commanding respect and spent half
a lifetime iu rising to distinction,
aud then ho apparently grew tired
of the situation and bolted ou to a
doubtful aud rickotty pedestal to
avoid real success, and the conting
ency was one which none of his
friends could reasonably have anti
cipated. Komc Ao.
"Woman, dare not to defy." She
was pale and resolute, and she mot
the eyes of the augry man without
quailing. "Give it to mo." With a
savage snarl he seized her wrists. A
cry burst from her lips. "Brute!"
she shrieked. The paper Muttered
from her hand. With a smile of
malignant triumph ho snatched it
aud, returning to his coffee, perused
in detail the cross-examination of
Col. Breckinridge. DttnU Tribunr.
By Jus. !'. Morgan,
Auction Sale of Books
On FRIDAY, April 27th,
AT Hi 0'CI.OI K A. il
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A.T 1ST S.A.UE0SR.OOX4.
Tim l.lbrarj nf A. J. I urtwiul!t, Kii ,
nf A. J. I urtwhilil,
Valuable Collection o( WorKs by Emi
Hunk now mi vlow Jt in riuli-v
FOR. BJZj-m I
A fnw l.'liuluu Piipplim for sil.' from Pnli-Xn-e.l
W. It. I.KWlD,
AT THE OPERA HOUSE.
Another Full House The Plays for
There was a packed houso at the
third appearauco of the Dailey Stock
Company on Saturday evening,
when "Pink Dominoes" was put on
the boards The actinir nil around
was strong and ivaeious, butmany
of the more elderly folk present re-
garucii i lie piay raiuer oroiui mr
This evening the protty drama,
"Forgive!!," will bo presented. Wed
nesday evening the society drama,
"Forget Me Not," will bo put on,
with Miss Naiinnry in the leading
part. "Peck's Dad Boy" is down for
a matinee Saturday afternoon.
That night "The Shadows of a Great
City" will be performed.
'I he theater-goers of this city
seem to appreciate t ho fact that
they are witnessing not only a long
'and latest dra-
mto tho stage,
list or tlio very Dost
are mounted in a more painstaking
manner than we have wilneol in
years. 1 ho present weeks bills are
if anything stronger than those al
t. !..!.... i). ...'- t...-..i:r..i
,!,, 'i.'.,,;r.i " i.. I... ir.... il.u
r niuuii'K un.uun .iv.i.iiiiui
..:,, , . Mrv nf ilm
t,v nu.ot in a Mexican village after
inll nf fin,,,,,, rears, where tho
,M..',rl a. ,,..,. Hi,,.- n.nir ,inn,.l,t. '
or n n school teacher and tho fins
hand, who has become a cat tlo deal-,
' . i .....!. ti...
faj,,, friond is located in the village
t-T, I'lllIIUS l. IIIHUIIII.! niliV'H. X IIU
and appears on the scene, which
causes iucrcacd suspicion on tho
husband's part. The subsequent
dramatic action is very touchingand
calls forth the fountains of nature.
"Forget Me Not" rtill give Miss
Nannary her first real opportunity
and will doubtless bring out a largo
audience of ladies.
Seats for any of theso perform
ances can bo had at the oil ice of L.
Llfo I Misory
To many people who have the taint
of scrofula iu their blood. The ago '
lies caused by the dreadful running '
sores nud other manifestations of
this diseae are bevond description.
Niereisno oilier remedy equal to 1
Tr ."hiS nTmSv fonnoTboS1
s.iu riietini and eerj lorin oi blood .
dieao. t , reanonably sure to
benefit all who give it a fair trial.
Hood's Pills euro all liver ills.
Hawaiian Bureau of Information,
MKKTINil OK fill. .VIKIVK IIP.
re III will lie li.l.l ut lli lti"ln!if lln1
(.liflnli.rel CeiiiniurcM on WI-.DNKMIAY,
April 21, It'll, nt a ' link i- m lliilii
el in.m ti.n.'i- All sKm IJ.oMf r..Mi .mtIIi
! mill tli'i.t' frli'i.illy In tin.' ulijrct- urc
conimuy inviiiM. r r omit.
not be fooled this I
the owners and
trainers of fine stoek '
should have the very best
quality of feed for their
horses. The only place
for such iu the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
IW TKI.HI'IIONKS I'Jl Ul
DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Okkjck & Waukmousk:
Corner Queen and Xiiiianu
Coal Mine is
located iu Fukuoka 'Ken in
the Island of Kinshui, .Japan,
and was discovered about
twenty years iijjo. It was
owned by the goveruiueiit
and mined simply for the
(J rent improvements, how
ever, were made since it was
sold to a corporation about
six )ears ao, by importing
mining machinery from Eu
rope and America.
ir iie(l more j
I than all other .Japanese eoals ,
'in the following eotintriesij
China, Manila aud Strait's1
Settlements. It has found
' ils way even to l.omltay.
Two cargoes have been
imported into the Hawaiian
i Islands recently, and it lias ;
1 no superior iu this market as '
I blovu or hteam coal.
(J. 10. HOAUD.MAN,
for K. Ogtira iV
Kathleen had boon put out to ser
vice, anu Mrs. Horry liKeti t no rosy
.. i.. ...
face of tho voting Irish irirl. One
day Kathleen was sent on an errand
to town. She was longer than usual,
and Mrs. Berry stood on the porch
assiiocamo through the iicui. ivaiu-
loon was happy, and Mrs. Berry
obsorved: "Why, Kathleen, what a i.
i t..r. i.. .1-.. v.... i..t, i
a, if'tho (If
iy. face to-dav. You look
ow had kissed you." Kath-
dropped her ovo3 and mur
mured: "Indade, mum, but that
wasn't his name." -Ihttnn lindyrt.
Thoy wore having some private
theatricals, and Mr. and Mrs. Bing-
ley gave thoBceuo from "Tho School
for Scandal in which Sir Peter bo-.
rnln. nn.l Mi.mn.lH.. T.n.lv Teazle
for her extravagance anil other
i'ii ru iiK.iuu" in.', tiiiivi
mings. Edith Binglev, aged
jw sho had enjoyed hor par-
a, was i
ment how sho had enjoyed hor par-
onts acting she electr.ned her hear-
ors. ty mpaJ J." VS?" of dlf,np;
pointment: "Acting! Thoy wore not
mo timo at uomoi -i,i-isu.
in an aiuiress on uio negro ques
tion in Philadelphia tho other even
iuir Prof. Booker T. Washington of
Tuskcgee, Ala., himself a negro, ro-
lated an nmusing anecdote to illus-
tratohow, lu tho Ethiopian mind,
religion is often divorcod from mor-
ality. "An old darky," ho said, arose
recently in ono of t lie southern pray-
or meetings and exclaimed: "Broth-
reu and sisters, I vo been having a
drefful tiino siuco last wo were to
gether. I vo boon chawing hard
T...... n,l .ivnllmvlm, l.illnr nil!..
bones and swallowing bitter pills.
I'm afraid I've broken ovorv one of
tho ten commandments, but", thank
the Lord, I haven't lost my roligiouf"
" " "
toil for &f$w& Vfate
tM Uk.. -iwibS
.ihu SlcttnacK, or
UrS&le tvcrVec tyarugyxl
TIIK AUl.SCY lOlt
IS WITH TIIK
BBS Fort. Siroxt,
Wlieri' tills liivnlimlili' liimt-eholil ren icily
may Imj ulitnlni'.l liy the
BOTTLE, DOZBX or GROSS.
Wu Imve aUu tlm l.iiiKi'nt Stouk il
Toilet Articles ..
To lie fuuti.l lu tlm Mawullan IhIuihU.
Wit and Humor.
rpmavKi.uKjJowNWAiuiicirnAii.i'0'1)' whl-'n V011 can get a set
JL bur, Tiiomii!. p. ito(iii(..rt, lain tiiki'ii of garden tools for almost
tlio Oueeti-Mru"t Hhavlni Purlnrn, mlln n I ,n .,., ,
imr iitiHtucu Hi. Co.. whure u uooi tii-uii i nothii)Lr. 1 he last sets we re
Slmvo ciin lit) Im.l for 15 Cunt-. Hulr Out
, inoimiii.1 for i contH. iiw im
AjoTicr. is iiKiuaiY (jivkn that
I in....... i i i. tu n,.ti...ii...i ,. ..,. r.
J- VII'MIK 1
Cliitiii I'lnu-k Ih niuliurUntl to ui-t fur
iu In nil iiiiitu-rH roliitli.K to no lmi.hiot
in iiowmiiii, miring my uiHHiu'e ir.iiu int.
ikiiin.i in w.uni. i, i n. jiii..
iltill'ilillil, April 'Jl, IW)I.
VTOMT. Ih IWUmiY fllVK.N THAT
li Cluing i liuek utitlitirUe.l to net fur
inn In nil nun turn rt'liitlin; to my IhiIii.'-
In lltiiiuliilii, ilnrlnir my hIi-hih-u from tlm
Uluml of Oiiiiii. KO HUNH vi:k.
Htintilulii, April Jl, IWH 101 l-i'rt
WOXd WMI HOY HAM KOMI HIS
rr ilioilutlotl III Wllhlliuki, Kno
lull, OiiIiii. t'i Wung K.iiiii Von, thu miIu In
elu.llliK nil Ittiti-ii. IiuIMIiiu. uiilllu, t nl-.
flu. All iIiiIiiih to tlitiiiiif all-, Ai.rll U'l,
ID'U, will lieMiUi.l liy
Wong With II. .y nl
J. A. Mni;iKii
MVI III' Y roltllVHIl I'llOM rWKXTV
1 lUu In I'liltii- TIiiiiiiiiiIi.I Cniii'i'lli'il
Oiin mill Tho Cent lliimilluii Polii)ii
Stump -u. I lnt', K.inilniri'ii.l mmp
uml jiri'M'iu .in.-ht lurgu nnil umiiil
ipiiiiiiltii. Ail .siiiiiini iiiu.t Im lu hi
Ifol I'on.lllluii. I nllliiiiythaliltiliukifj.il
prieoi iiihiii miivory 01 niniiii..
1 1.1.1,.... , ii 'it i. k 11
oiiiiiv. ... 1, iinitn.
Miaa Hlrtiw Co., !,'
Saturday, April 91, IXW.
A renllv mnil I'rr-nrb rnl
.i,., 1 ..:,,, , c... ,.,,., ,,.
in the UiiUcd states comrnnnds
a inyuci n.naiy man mumci
officer, but it is doubtful if tin-
atter would chanue maces.
There an: a few high-priced
cooks in Honolulu and it you
-"" -" " .'-' usMiig
them you will learn that they
get their knives for cutting
meat jn tjle kitchen from US.
mi .. , . ,, .
VVe Sell the genuine PrCllcll
Cook Knives, ni.lde in France
uun iviiih., iiu.uu in i limit;
of specially selected steel and
shaped . life a stage dagger.
I he knile is not an elaborate
The knife is not an elaborate
affair, just a plain finished knife
made for service
In,vr . ' Sl-mct"
We have other knives, bread
and carvers, for the table, fine
ones, ,both as to quality ami
finish. A good carving knife
is as necessary as gootl dishes,
pernaps morcso because tough
beel can be made to appear
tender by the use of a sha
., , ..
We have some
SIIOUKI aWa the 3111.11011 Ol
anvone if Olllv bv the nriCU we
ask for them. They are made
.. ,,, (l,,(.' ,1,-.,..,. n.,,i .i,fl
' UP lO U.UC hll.ipes JUKI tlie
i - -, . .
uciuitiiiwiia tui; t.iiyuiiiig ifiiuur
than gaudy. The sets have
seven pieces and go to you at
about half their value.
By the "Alden Hesse" we
received a quantity of lamps
suitable for stores, lanais or
kitchens. They are larger than
the ordinary Rochester and
smaller than the mammoth
lamp. For any purpose where
considerable light is wanted
we know of nothing better
I than one of these lamps. The
I finish of the fount is equal to
' the best quality hanging lamp
and the burner is the bet
, made by the celebrated Ro
chester Lamp Co. The price,
well, the price will surprise
We have lately added to
our. stock some very hand
' some wrought iron affairs iu
the Piano Lamp line. Just
why they should be called
"piano" lamps when they are
in reality the best shape made
for reading purposes is like a
, Dundreary riddle, "something
! no fellow can find out." And
1 the advantage a piano lamp
made of wrought iron has over
! one of polished metal is in the
fact that it will not tarnish. Of
course, with people who have
lots of time, there is no mate
rial difference; they can keep
it rubbed up at all times and a
orignt metai lamp under tuur
faithful ministrations will never
! grow dull. We have then to
( please all classes, the busy and
the idle, you pay your money
J and make your own selection.
Our stock of parlor and library
hanging lamps is not to be
sneezed at either; we have
(Selected the best, designs from
i the best makers, and the
burner, the comforting and
discomforting thing about a
lamp, is selected with unusual
care. When yo buy a lamp
from us you get what is recog
nized, wherever lamps are
used, as the very best
"When the spring
comes, gentle Annie,"
time to get out and hustle
with the plants. To use one's
fingers to stir up the dirt is
,.i ,.,. i-u.,-,- ,i. ,,V1..
ceivetl are better tlian those
! we have always handled and
i tion't rost ym, ay ,noro. t)tJy
are railier lii'luer weijlit than
j . . .
. c. i.. i .. i. . . . i .i
' lonnuriy, uuuur auapieci to me
person who gardens for health,
but the strength of the tools is
Disst'in's Saws with us are
as prominent as any of our
other goods, and we usual.)
keep all sizes and styles. We
have an abundance in stock
now from the ordinary keyhole
saw to the Great Ameriiau, 7
lce.t long. I )isston's ha e been
the standard in saws for man)
years, hiinply bee una: then
material and workmanship is
the best. If, when )ou bii)
stove wood, )our dealer gives
you large, pieces, your man
win nave more tune lor otiiei
.i,,.;,,- :r ..,,,,-,,, ,:,i,. i,,,,, :,i,
tUllli:s " "' pfOVUll! Illlll With
ji ti-iiod sit-d saw in i-m ilo
a u '. , '.. , '," -
wooil with. We have the s.twb
you want for any purpose.
m nr- -v -m -vr- -- - ---- .
v Av vJLa.Jiv X 1
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
5oT FOR FOUR WEEKS tB
Iliir;lisli Wiirrtrubc'S, Plato Glass Front;
M:.rbktop Wash Stands,
Marblutop Dressing Tablus,
Srutcli Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall, and Parlor Chairs,
Kaltan Snitos, Pictures, Etc.
linyal Worcester Vas-'S,
Koyal Worcester Tea Sols,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Olaret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Malting,
Etc, Etc, Etc.
THEQ. H. DA VIES & CO.
National Cane Shredder
iri:vri:i uniikimiik laws ok iiii; Hawaiian islands.
6-w.siH .': ;
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ITWIK U.N'l)KUSI(iNKl) II VK IIHCN Al'I'OINTHI) SOI.K AUK.NTS 1'OU
- ilii'ni HiiiiHltni.iiH iiikI art umv ini:irril lu ri'i'i'lvo orii'rr.
'I'lii' emit iiilvaniiiori ti. In tit live I frmii tin- Hi.. n( tlio National Ca.vk
SiiiiKiiiii:i nit- iliumiilily tht.il'li-lu'.l unit iicktiiiwl iliil liy I'lanturi
Tlie lurt iiiinilii'r nf ri.uiitTj ii-iui; tlicm in Hid United StuH'h, Culm,
Up'iitini' UiipiibUu, l'crti, Aiihlt.ilin mill I'lM'Ulicro, li.utr wilui'HH to lliu
Tlie iiru uf ilm SiiiiKiiiicu vit.v lurjii'ly iiii(;iiu!iiIh tlm iitiunlilv of i-unc
tint mill run griml ('J.'i in '().;, ulru tl u i-Mriii'iiun ol juici' (j to Vll).
Il in a r.'.it H.ifcjtiinr.l, inn kinc known it I omimi iliu pri'M-nct of any
iicri. tif iron, Milker- from o.un or an tiling v 1 1 i -1 1 wmilil I..- liulilc to (liinmjie
tlie- mill, .mil .illinvini; umpli linn- in teinuve m.iiiu lieforo iliininninK tlio mill.
Tho Siiiii.iiim:ii ih very Mronuly iiiuiId, ami fiom 'lie tnniinir of iin up'-ni-lion
il mil, or liMTh lln-i' irfun nf womiI or mm without ufton lijenkiue; thu
SiiiiKiuiKii; nnil if iiiiyihitit: lireiik-, it iMinil. coiiiiioI the kniven or I'lillnrn,
wliH'h can ho t lii-kly uml t'liiiiiimicully reilneiil. Tho SiuiKiiliKit, tin itn
iinnio iiiilienti.-, ifiirr tlio nine into nhrcilr. of vriiij; IimiiIii., U'ifeotly optm
inj; it ami allnvinu the mill H ih.iroiilily prow ow. tho juiro. whli'otil in
ipiirini; the itnmonru uxlrn power ucce-i-nry to rintl or enwh thu wholn
imiiu. Tln SiiiiKiuiKit ipULiili 1 1 if r.1 1.li-tl cane uniformly uml ovonly to
i ho mill rollo, uml iloo away with tho m et-oity of eproiulitif; tlm Imhiicmi hy
liiin.l hi'twvon tlio iitllli., whoro regiiu.liii i in u.o. No greater amotinl of
holler oii.uo:ty is iiipiintl to opuiato tlio SuitKilKK limn that whioli wae
Milll.'ii'iit fir tho mill, for tho iihuw rv.uoiiri. Wc fiiriiich full wnikiiig
iliawingh for tho inr-liillatioii of our SniiiaiiiKiiD, tuinMing any i-oinpoioni on
giuooi lo niiiTCMiftilly iutall ami xtotL ilium.
In onlcrmu SintKiiDUiis from iin, plo.o-c miikI miiiiII i-koteh, Mmwint.' the
(liiiini'Uir uml wiilih of tho mill mlU with whii-h .'iiiiijiiiK" ih tohot'oiinectt-il,
uImi tho r-iclo (t'lllior rifjlit or loft ht.ml iik you fiu-f i' . uelivory hiilo of tho
mill), upon whioh tho mill oiigitm i, l.ioiiteil, iil-o the height from lloor lino
lo eonier of front mill roll thud, anil ilint.mov oeiitor lint hh.ift lo front eml
of hi'il plain. TIiiimi Siliu:iil)i:itH are m-w heiiig umhI hy the IliloSugai l.'o.
ami Hani .Mill, Kolnilu, where ihty mo giving grout ..iiii.f.o-liou.
0ST Tiiio ami furihor puitieulnrh may he hint hy upplying to
KOLLISTER & CO.,
Import and Sull Wholesale aud
- AM. KINlis or -
FINK CIO AIW
Oil! H'lO' K Ih OMH.I.I I .
'i iil-ii .till I'm tune iu tin
Water M .il II
toa MUiti ami iaUriiiiii (uuir ul
lun am) JUrtlmiii irwiv
llyl.MS'J lilt .V UU.
i-j' j..... -...
G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
Si .tunilt fur Ihr lliiwiiltmt Itlmxl
Iu tho Circuit Court of tho First Cir
cuit, Hawaiian Islundu.
IN Till-: MATTKIt OP TIIK KSTATI.
L of Mnrlj O'Siillivnu, Into of Hoimliilu.
11.1I111. ilu-i-n'-ii.l iiiNiiitn. On mailing nnil
llhng the petition of Ale'itluim 1'urimii.liu
of Mid IIiiiioIiiIii. nxt'uulor of tlio will of
Kiil.l tt-Ktu v, put) hit; fur 1111 older of mild of
uml e-t itf Imlniighlg to sulil iliriii-ril, iillil
nll.'giiig t tint tlie nun (t itftif miI.I tiiKtntrix
l follow: Piiri-el of IiiihI, luiiiH.t nml
itlier iniprovt'iiii'iith, In lug thu fiiinllj
lioiiu-MtMil ut Knlllii, fi 11. In jilcci' uf lu ittl ut
K (ilioln Iini ii.-.i r OiiIiii 1'ii-o 1, Imtliof ulilcli
mini l.iiulHiii-f Iinitn in lliiiiiilulii, Ulnn.l
of 1 1 1I1 , nnil -utting forth certiihi li-gnl
ren miuli hi'i'Ii if .1 1 1-1 utu ln .iil.l ho oli,
10 lt: I i.illii'li'iii' uf thu nTiniiiltv to
oniiuiiih ihe tit-lit uf -11 til fitntu. 'it N
li"ii-l. in-il' reil, Unit tin- lu-r of mil. I lie
fin it nml nil ptirs ii InlcTi'Meil hi tho
niil ii.fiiu. ii.inr hofuro till- Court on
MtiNli.W. tlm nth tiny o Mny, A. Jl.
I -'n ul III o'i'lo.'l, 1 m ,,i the Coiiu llouiii
i-i hi C.ni.t, 111 Honolulu, O.ihll, Hiflt
.1 .il tluru to lni'i ii.nifu why tin nnlur
I1011M u.'i Im giuuti.i fui tin, i'eof niifli
it II I -tllln.
IMI..I ll.iiiuliihi. II I., Anrll l.'l, IKil.
'""' I I !I.O. M'CAS, Clerk.
i 1.1. pi:u.-os wiio.in:ixiii:iiTi;ii
- 1 lo th" i;-tllll' uf S. I'.lllllnll, 11 I11111L.
riiil, iiie her li r,iiii'-te. in nml,,. Imnif
'll.tt i.iMiii'it lu Ih- iiiiiler.igiiiil nt tlm
n.lii't- uf II. II inlife i ,v I 11., nun -liilii.
J. I. ll.r,H.I.I.
A-klHiit'V of S. I l.rll. h, llmikruiit.
Iloiiul lii, April I, m. lull Al
liet ty dMvHitttun .(J I'HIXVISU
ionf if thr Itnllrtln Oficr.