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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Kenst nf Xntlous.
Instinct Seldom does Wrong.
I'. (t. Sclf.UxH'urt wlltorlnl.
Uite Korulgn Ncv, jut H. S. Arnwn.
Who Aru HiiIiii; Awn v.
Douglas Jerrold's Wit.
From the 1'nlr.
Tiiinn l' Mir.
Iooul ami Octier.il Item.
lie Flourished n Knife.
A Finely I'liived Prtiiim.
The Arnwn Arrive".
A College Ulrl' KevetiL-o.
ahr jDnihi fX'uUctin,
flrdord to urithrr Srct nor I'uily,
Hut EtabHhnl for the limrfit nf All. '
TUESDAY, Al'KIL 21. 18il
P. O. SELF-EXPOSURE.
Does tho Provisional Government
realize tho peculiar position in which
it is placed by its registration of
voters for tho constitutional conven
tion election I Iu tho previous issue
wo showed that iu Honolulu the
number of voters registered for this
election is less bv Pit:) than the
uttmber of electors who voted for
Representatives at the last general
election. It is likely that a much
worse showing for the Piovisioual
Government will be presented by
the registration on the other iland.
There Is not the slightest doubt, be
sides, that if tho new registers
wore analyzed they would be found
swelled "with an element which
... , . , , , ,
it is an outrage to have added
to the effective body politic of
tho country. Strangers of a few
months or even weeks . M.jotirn.
.1 i-ii i
...any of the... undesirable charae-
tors, have been admitted to the
register simply by virtue of their
having been enrolled either as nier-
conaryor volunteer soldiers, and as
special police.ne... st.otters. spies.
' .J , , , '
etc. What will bo a wondrously
strange chapter of the revolution to
tho Lnited Stales public and the
world is wrapped up iu the table of
,. .. , ,, . . ii.
nativity of the registered electors
Nntlve nnd half ni'tr 1
llioutll.iii-lHirn fun-lKii. tui
Anierli'iin (l .S A.). :tv
Ureal Mrllaln and Celciiile". . !.
I'ortiimn-e ... It"
All uttier '!
The first thini? thin etliiliit revenls
is that Ihe Provisional Goeriiment '''he n. w ll.il j.r..w.ies that before
, . . , , . ., , . .. any of the bumis aie is-ue. under
has lamentably failed in gaining the ,- ,))V1,ill), ,lf tlii- Ai-t. nil tho
confidence and esteem of the t.alie .,t,K ; ,,f t M. Canal ( 'oiupauy, hither
Hawniians. They form iiut '1 per- to piib'tribed or Um.oiI, except a
cent of the whole number legistered, provi.ied fnr, hhall be called in and
and mos, of those enrolled ZlrlZl
dragooned to the registry on p.i.u of ,n .,i,..,i onMamliiig ami all the
losing their bread and butter. When other prelimuian ei.uls mu-t be
the outside world is informed that I a. '-niipl.h-il t..th- snti-rnction of
the proportion of natives lo tho I ! ",' ri,HT,Inr-v1,.,f 1'" Tr.-a.11r3. Ik-
, , , .. ,1. 1 iug th't inieiit and ol.j ct of the Act
whole population of Honolulu is I ,(, M.t.re the e.msi ruction of the
uioru than 51 percent, it will see Canal by the Cumpauy with (lie
how much truth there is iu the
stories sent abroad from time to
lime of "a great change." taking
place iu natio MM.timont favorable
to tho P. G. Tho next striking
ii uiu 1. u. 1 1111 next Mriitiiifi
feamro m tho tabio-one whic., win
prove a great shock to people in the
United States who have taken their
information from tho vaporing of
John L. Slovens, and from that por
tion of the press supplied with a
h toady stream of false and mislead
ing statements manufactured by tin
P. G. propagandais tho quota of in-u.ug ilm bond i, Mt out in do
of Amoricaus who have rogiMo.od. , "' ".", J.1'" "'n'lnry of tho Treas
,n, , , , , . . ... ' ury is directed if the interest as it
rhat largo colony of America., c.li- i,,,;.,,,,,,., ,,,. u , ,)!li(1 t0 ,ho
zons standing hero for civilization- Trenu.y of the United States by
that "gallant band of our brothers theComl Company to pay tho same
iu tho midst of tho Pacific" -over
whoso wrongs at tho hand-, of the
wicked Democratic adiniuii-tialiun
Mr. Stevens gave tho cuo for general
lachrymation, is found to be, fr the
purposes of the Provisional Govern
ment, smallor than the Portuguese
colouy. This brings us lo another
feature of tho case. Tho Portuguese
aro tho largest elomeut in tho con
stituents of the constitutional con
vention. If the rule of representa
tion iu proportion to number of
voters were adopted, tho Poituguoro
would have the largest contingent
of delegates of any nationality in
the convention. Instead of that,
however, tho other nationalities
sun in reluctant to give the Portu-
gueso any representative excepting
the 0110 now in the Advisory Conn- '
oil. They wont to start a Porlu-'
guoso republic here without giving
the Portuguese a hand in making it-
Our bettor halves hay they could
not keep house without Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It is iisrd in
more than half the homes iu Leedr.
Sims Hros., Leeds, Iowa. Tlii-. how-i
the osteon, in which that remedy is
held where it has boon sold for years
and is well known. Mothers haw
learned Hint thoro is nothing so good
for colds, eroup and whooping
cough, that it euros these iiilmeuts
quickly ami permanently, and that
it is pleaant and safe for children
to lake, 2 ami Mlcenl bottles for
sale by all dealers. Jieuson, Smith
Ai Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
LATE FOREIGN HEWS.
V xNcorvEit, April 111.
lVr -. . Arnwn.'
I L'niti-tl stati- Senator Vance clit !
. on the 1 1th.
' Tho strike on tho Groat Northern
liailuay appears to be spreading.
Tho Panir debate drags its slow
length along in tln United States
A change in tin1 running of trans
continental trains on the C. P. II.
will he made on .hint' 1st.
Attorney General lllair, of Now
I'ruuswicli. has liin ovuiorated of
tho charges of corruption preferred
against la i m.
The repot t co-iconiing tho Brn.il
iait insurgent, Admiral M-llo, arc
contradictory and it appears tmccr
tain whether Iil' has abandoned hi?
Tliu Municipal Committee of the
Ontario Legislature has adopted a
Bill to ta the dividend instead of
' t!ii plants of electric light anil tele-
The Attoniev-Cleneral of Onebni
has commotio duit for the Province
again! the City of Quebec for &S,
SUWiSlI, in connection with the
building of the N'orth Shore Wail
av. The composilinn of the new Uov
erniiient in Xoufi .midland was an
nounced in the Legislature on the
11th. A vote of want of confidence
iu it wa imuiedialely debated and
In lite Pollard Uri-ckiuridp1 case.
the jury aw.-rded the plaintiff datn-
aK,... to the amount of ShVOOu,
Ureckiuridge'" attnruov immediatelv
gave notice of an intention to lile a
motion for a new trial.
A New York Herald despatch
from Motitouth'o say the British
wiiililps Sirius and Uacer were at
that port under steam with orders
to join the Pacific Squadron.
Queen Victoria recoiled the coin-
poer, I'.etro .Macagni, at theilli
l'abbricolti a few dm ago and ak-
ed him In play son. lections from
-'!leria IhMicana and lit new
opera. I lie compoor seated him-
.'ir nt 1 l.o pintiu liml tutinplliil with
the r.piot. Her Mnje ly then ask-
ed lntn to ing. At this lie rebelled,
himeier. saying he could not sing
uell oii'Mi;: i to entertain a O'tccu.
,., M 7 ,, illvi,(M, ,,., ,;, vUJ
Iht at Wind-nr.
tin: xkaiimii canal.
Viiinuto.n. April II -After sev-
-.! wsk-of delibration on I he
":";r '. full co.nu.ili.v, Mr. Mor-
gin, l liiiiiuan of the .Senate Coin-
IIilt,.t) .liri.jVH ,.fli,. ,liH
n.oiiiitig inaih a fnvoiatjle teport on
Ihe mil to aimii.l the Act or l.sMl,
' ! ''"'"l f'- ?recs lo
become cti!ir-cr for the panienlof
lite bonds of tin .M.nitiine Canal
I'omp.niy of Nicaragua. Tin Hill as
it iiom appe.irn has Ih'.mi very care
fnllx diawii. and piite'i.s 1 1 it niH
ri'st of the I nited Stat"S in every
particular. Many of the change's
made in the It'll -ince it h iiitroduc
ttou are technical ami are ititcrc-l-iug
only liccniii-c thny prevent an
uil!iilei irctii'li'li ol what the Act if
i"te uleil I aeciilnp ill
aid of Hie I uif ! Mate? and under
the ,' ner.il MipeiviMoll of (hu Soi-re-tary
of the I le.iMiry to tho extent
pr.vi'led in the Act and upon the
liai of the ciiucepMuiis of Nicara
nu" """ "m mt-.i, ini iiiiu-
gua am. 1 o"ta idea, now open-
practicable, at Us actual coM. Tho
Company is authoiied to issue its
bonds In an clent of ami not to ex-
d 70,(mmi,iiisi to be dated January
1st. Is'.il, tu be payable July 1st,
P.iHI, bul rodecmaiilc at tho pleasure
of 1 he United States at any time
after .liilvli, l.v.) I, with interest at
the rale of .'l p.r cent. Tho method
i'"" '" lMVI "I '! principal and
mteresi are required to be made
t 1j r ii h the Treasury of the United
WHO AUK GOING AWAY.
l'usHunjjor last by thu Australia Next
The following passengers are
booki d nt the olllcn of W. (J. Irwin
A. Co., lo leave on tho S. S. Austra
iia on Saturday next :
It iberi Walfa.'c, F. H. Doland, D.
L. Woo-ler. I'. I-: lle'l, L. V. HIiuu
and wife, .Mrs. L. li. Kerr ami two
children, T. V Siinp-on and wife,
M. M. I''ishcr and wife, .Mm. Geo. H
Ma.tel and child, .Mr.-. J. A. Ken
nedy and two children, II, A- Giles,
A. Ilerl.i rt, K. C. Macfarlime, II. C.
Ljou, .Muiis. Yiaona, ,M,, Teu
uey, ehilil and iiuive, Chan. Wilder,
It K Patch, II. C. Hollo ami wife,
.s. ). Tnvlnr. Mr M.S. Lnvton.
iloi. Caul Neumann, .Mrs. N'oomiu,
ti... i'.:ii:ii.... ti. 1 ti 11
M.s. (lillillnn. Mis. J. M Homer
and in.' ehihln 11, Mrs. S. S. Welch,
Mi'sm's Welch ' b, i It. Newman,
Mrs. K. J( Ni-winau and child,
Miss L. Kob igg, Mi-s Ada Jones,
.Mrs. .- 15. 4tl., .1 Kmr, c. W.
ClnlpiH, Mr-. .i. Ui.iibar, U.T.
Coulter. C. K. Uii'. J' W..spragiie,
W. IJ. NicIimIm.. Mrs. I. ,"imw, Mrs.
Atkiu-ou, J. ti .Mnalt, yt Lizzie
Mnal'z, M ri. Cmpji, Mi-s ClaJe, J.
l- nlieig and wile, .M'ss !fv.. ird,
Mm .l h nmli 1 C. 1). Ilaz.a 'I
and wife, James I.. Tti nii-oii. Mi
llagne, K Cmeker ami wife. Mis.
II. r. ichuiau ai d chml, Hon.
Paul l-ei.lii'tg, lion ( '. ( lleiger,
W II. Clarke. J. (i, Amli'i -un ami
wile, L nt. Ad.itus, J. P. Hull, I.11
sign Parmeiiier and wife, Mrs. T. If.
I'os'or, Mr" lln-bloclui, Admiral
I ruin, Mrs. hers, T. A. Kiordau.
Douglas Jorrold's Wit.
"Thai scon ml rol, sirl" said Jor-
roiu. iut, now suarpen a kiiiiu
upon his father's tombstone to kill
Ilia ltirf litir'" i
Jorrold said: "Ask a woman to a
tea party in the Garden of IStlon.
amislio would diaw up her eyelids
and sereatn, "1 can't go without a
Of a mistake., philanthropist Jer-
rold said ho was "so bjiievoleut, so
iiu.ri.ifiil . m.-m.-l,.. r,.ni,i i.-t... i..,i,i
an umbrella over a dudfin a shower
"Ask for nothing but what is right
and submit to nothing that is
wrong. was suggested by Douglas
..w... .. ...1'IIU ll .M.-IJ Wl-U
that for hitnelf ho knew nothing of
his ancestors, when Jorrold suggest-
etl to him that ho should take the
cuckoo for his crest and "nothing"
tor tits motto.
A certain lawyer was being discus"
vd, when Douglas Jerrold remarked
that he was a man who had studied
his fellows as thieves study a house
merely to take advantage of the
A very matter-of-fact man was
being discussed, who.. Jerrold sum-
med up his characteristics, saying:
"If you were lo speak to him of
imicuii o liiiiiiiT lie Hoinn ni once hhk
t ho number of steps."
1 11 -i . 1 .
Jerrold said to an ardent young
gentlomau who burned with a desire
tow himself in print: "Ho advised
by mo, young ...an -don', take down
tho shutters before there is some-
thing in tho window."
George Cruikshank having become
a teetotaler, showed all tho voho
i.ient zeal of a convert. Jorrold
meeting him shortly after his con
version exclaimed, "N'ow. George, re
member that water is very good any
where -except upon tho brain."
Jerrold was seriously disappointed '
with a certain book written by one ,
of his friends. This friend hoard ,
that Jerrold had expressed his dis
appointment, and questioned him:
"1 hear you said was tho worst
book I ever wroto." "Xo, I didn't,"
came the answer; "I said it was tho
woist bonk anybody ever wrote." I
On Iho first night of the repre
sent at ion of one of Jerrold's pieces,
a successful adaptalor f.oin (he,
French rallied him on his nervous- ',
uess. "I,' said tho adantator. "never
eel nervous on the first night of my 1
licces." "Ah, my boy," Jerrold re-
died, "you are always certain of sue- '
cess. Your pieces have all been tried
I )o not be fooled thin
yew, the owners and
trainers of line htoek
should have the very best
(iiitiiiry 01 iced lor their
lorses. Tile only place
for Hiieh is the
fi t r TPArtlTTI nnnn fn
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
tW TKI.III'IIO.VKS Iil -Ul
DELIVERY 10 THE PARK EVERY DAY.
I Opkick it Wauhiiopsk:
Corner Cueen and Nuuanu
; The Tagnwa Coal Mine is
lotated iu Fukuoka Kimi
111 PtiKiioica iv(M) in
the Island of Kiimliui, Japan,
1 and wtis di.seovered about
twenty years ago. It was
1 owned by the government
and mined simply for the
(rreat improvements, how
ever, were made since it was
sold to a eorporation about
six years ago, by importing
milting machinery from IO11
rope and America.
Tiio'inv.'l f !n:il in ilcd imii'o
. 11 1
than nil other Jananese eon s
O ' w
. -.- - - - -
in the followinir eountri'.M
Chiiiii, Manila and Strait's
, Settlements. It has found
its way even to Bombay.
1 l wo cargoes have hi en 1
imported into the Hawaiian 1
Islituds recently, mid it has 1
no superior in this market as j
utovc or steam coal.
(J. V). nOAKD.MAN,
All klmlj Cnmmrriiitl r,lntlg
promptly rrrcMtfil ill lm' nilri lit Ihr
'Tnll.' anlil .liirrntfl. ".lu'ita f ttn ' .1.
. i v "" ;-' " wiBigiivu iiiawauausi, most posi- in ine UtiUCU
iiuiiiiuu ui'i in imii" in -iiiii3i iiuii iivniu nnnc i in nntnii.u. i.i ... i.,..i
. . 1 , .vij Muni buu osnuiiiuu ipiiiiiipih'li n huihur enlot-tf
one to nature. It is ouly when ho iu the Hoto.nua, slating that wo are a "'&nt- V
pays (he second that he covers tho ill troatod. nonrlv f...l. nml Im.llr , Officer, hilt 1t IS
fltlrl Irim cl nfn
-... ..vv. ......v-. !....... -T.-
A xerv nlaln voimi? nnii of looie r Ki ",,"' "T.iH 't V ""'t J". jJ.aiu iimsneu Knue
i i ) V Pia,n, J' " man oi loose Keonl Llueue, Koonl Eltiono, John n,nr ? '
habits happening hi roitmrk before Moses Ulttuahelo. J.H.Cook, William made lor service.
Jorrohl that ho was fastidious, "ou Chas. Ella. H. Matthew, L. P. Ka- We have other knives, bread
mean, said Jorrold, "that you are Hniiniin, Xunii, William Vida, Mrs. and carvers for the table fine
fast and hdonits." u..i. r.... -.!.. tun tr n' t... "'"i" vw, mr ihl. UUJH., IIUL
,.., it : , :.t ;....",v'r. r"!.. i 'a'i" iiJi.i" ones, both as to nualitv and
From the Fair.
San Francisco, Cal., Midwinter Fair, i
Hawaiian village, April II, itv.il.
This is to certify thai wo the un-
housed. Far from suffering any in-
couveuiouco, wo aro greatly ploased
with our uianagor. and would ho'
happy if tho Midwiuter Fair would
last a year or two. U ml wo suffered
pnyattpns, we would not havo ro-
''"linod In San Francisco this length ,
of lime. Wo wish it known that
our luaunuor. Mr. W. F. Lesser, is a
mail of honor, integrity ami justice,
having treated each and uvory mom-
,,,,r tho vi,laK jlh ",'Jif"rm kiud' '
''"'. 'oro as a father than a man-
"K ' Mnp
y D. Cook, .rr8. Mary s,h.aPe d . .,ik.C a sta8c ,Sr
Mary Victor, Miss Annie Ihe knile is not an elaborate
4! nM f,.
H Wahie, llauapolapola, Pua Ka-
jliuimm, Jnuira E. Shaw, Mrs. E.
Shaw, Mrs. J. M. U tiuaholn.
By Jns. F. Morgnn.
Auction Sale of Books
On FRIDAY, April 27th,
Ar 10 " K A-
i kill si: .l at rcni.n veer un
A v a A T maT3
AT MY SAtiBSROOM
Tl"' '",r,,r" " A J. Jj nrtwiltrhi, l-t ,
A Valuable Collection Of Works by Eml-
rr- li.K.ki tow on vl. m ni iUv
ju.b. f1. Moi'escin,
TEASPOON FUL OF
in a tittle
Anv flK,.l' rCiTnPS
"'a wt viw'y
,Tr(ft Sio-mocK, or
7Wi f5f)WC I
&rSMo cvchcre tyflrujjiiU '
I'lIK AUIINCY Toil
llAfM1 VT I r
r A I 11 KlliliKK
atvsi mi m wmm mtm i mbm
IH WITH TIIK
J n ill;
NlfiP 1 1 1'llfV LO 1 I
hHll IIll" WJ., IJ U J
5B3 Voct. Sti'aot,
WIhti- this invnhiiilile liniiMholil reinnly
limy Iki iihtnlnt-il hy thu
HOTTLI2, DOZICN or GKOSS.
VVu hiivu nUo tln UirHit Slouk of
Toilet Articles n
... . , ...... . . ,
lehf fonml In the Hnwallnn IhuikI".
1 lr, tiiiiiiiiih l' Kmilifert. lius tuknn
I .1... l . ji. ...1 1....1 ' 11 ...
i " i'iiiii-i"iir 1 '-iiiiviiik luniiiH. uiiiii ii-
' nc ihutucu ,v (... wimru u uihmI (ficau
.11 . .. . ..
I kJI... I. .. I. I....' I I 1 t .
Shiivcc'ii hi li.nl fur l.'i Cunts.
iui'hiiliiil tor '!: funth.
"YTi.TICK le HiatKIIY OIVKN THAT
i-i eiimiK fliiii'l. In aiithnri.til tn net fur
liui hi nil iiimtcrs ruluthii; to my lmnliiitt.1
1 hi Honolulu, iliirhi),' invuh-mu-it from die
1P1111111 01 ir;oi 1. u. l? Jill..
Hull'ihllil, A(.rl J, iv.il. (nil !
tiT' i; lh HKUKIIY (IIVI.X THAT
li 1 h.ini; I'luick I mitliDriiicil lo net for
iiie hi nil iiuntitr- rilutliiu to my liiihni-
in H0110I11I11, tlnrhiir iiiv iili-unrti from the
uiiiiui of oiiiiu Ko sun(i via:.
Hoiiohiiu, April JI, I .I'll lull '.'w
,you W Ml HOY HAS HOI.I) HIS
ilii' pin ititloii 111 Wiiiiiholc, Koo.
Inn. O.1I111, 1 1 W.uie Kihiii Yoii,tliiialulu
ixiiihiiK 101 l.iiM.i., ImiII'IIiik", iiiiltlii, t ol",
iitu. All iliiiin- to clu'nol utile, Amll '.ii,
IKJI, will li Illnl hy WolIB Willi liny Ut
i. A. Mmioun . ollliv, IUll-Jt
oA i nMILIca
1 tl M ijtlfl
jlatnaihin Hapitapa Pn Pr
ujh"11U" HutUiiUIl1 Liu 1' .
tTt "i 1 n, .
oniwrduj, April SI, .V.94.
A 11.. I f? 1
rp.uiy gooa rrencil COOK
than a Cabinet
doubtful if the
latter would change places.
't'Upra .,r f, i?;i, .:,i
"ere arc a ew high-priced
COOKS in Honolulu and tf you
choose to bother about askine
thm vnti will li'nrn- tint tliMV
"-' n V " XV"j f ..' ' V
get their knives for cutting
meat in thn Idirlmn frnm nc
jc -pit the frf-nninp Kronrl!
, . ,, . ,uiiuiiii. irenen
L? T' 'i, '" l' "
of specially selected Steel and
hnish. A good carving knife
is as necessary as good dishes,
.,-!, . ' i . i
perhaps more so because tough
beef can be made to appear
tender by the use of a sharp
w? some toilet ,.
genuine English ware that
should attract, the attention of
anyone i only by the price we
ask for them. 1 hey rfre made
i .p t0 datc" shapcs aru tle
, 1, , ,,,..,:, .., .. ... ,i .t
decorations are an thing rather
trmn iruwv I lw. cntc Ivit...
",,W1 g'lutl) l " sets IMve
seven pieces and go to you at
about Inlf their vnliio
Z Z ..Alden M,'.Q,n" wt.
inL 'Viueil nessc we
received a quantity of lumps
suitable lor 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 ol nothing better
than one of these lamps. The
finish of the fount is equal to
the best quality hanging lamp
and the burner is the be.st
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 in
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
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
' bright metal lamp under tin ir
faithful ministrations will never
, grow dull. Wo have then to
please all classes, the busy and
the idle, you pay your money
. and make your own selection.
Our stock of parlor and library
nanging lamps is not to oe
sneezed at either; we have
selected the best designs from
: the best makers, and the
I burner, the comforting and
! discomforting thing about a
I lamp, ia nuiui-uju wiiu uiiiibllitl
ln.-.v ..1 n.I ... . .. ...!!.. ...... ....!
care. When you buy a lamp
from us you get what is recog-
"'. wherever lamps are
USed. as the very best that
leading manufacturers pro-
i "When the spring time
j comes, gentle Annie," it is
time to get out and hustle
j with the plants. To use one's
fingers to stir up the dirt is
folly when you can get a set
of garden tools for" almost
nothing. The. last sets we re
ceivod are better than those
w ,lllvti always handled and
' don't cost you any more; they
., . ' 1 . ' . , . '
1 are rather lighter weight than
I formerly, better adapted to the
I p15"'"1 who rdens for health,
i but the strength nt the took k
r - ". ...... . .
Ihsston's Saws with us are
as prominent as any of our
other goods, and we usuall)
keep all sizes and slk-s. We
have an abundance in stuck
now from the ordinary ke) hole
saw to the Great American, 7
leetlong. Dission's have been
the stanila.il in snwh lur tn.ui)
years, simpl) In c uic theii
material anrl workmanship is
the best. If, when you buy
stove wood, your dealer gives
you large pieces, your man
will have more tune lor other
duties if you provide him with
a gootl .sized saw to cut the
wood with. We have the saws
you want for any purpose.
L 1111T1 1TH DA
1 M I' 1 1 I I 1 1 I Mi
L U 1 II I L U I li.
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
-FOR FOUR WEEKS-
English Wardrobes, Pluto Glass Front;
Ahirblclop Wush Shmds,
Marblotop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Kaltaii Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
lioyal Worcester Tea Sols,
Dinner Sots, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses.
Claret -Tugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Pedstoads, Matting,
EtO, Etc., EtO.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
ill I! I llel'il
pa rusTi-.n "Niu:it tiik i.awh
lib UNPKItSir.NKI) UAVK HKP.N
iIicm- MIiikmikiih iiml are innv le -
The nielli .elvuniiiu'h to le dcrixi 'I from the u-e of die National Can.:
SiiiihiniKit me tlii.i.niLhly istai'lih'nil anil .icknowl .ilgiil hy Plmiturs
The lura" niiuihcr J Planters usiiiK them in the Hulled Stuics, Cuba,
Vrgcntine Ibpnblic, Peru, AiiMrnliu ,iu cli-cwhere, lumr witness to Iho
The iipc of the Siiiii'.iuikh ei lonely aupmciith the qiuiulity of cane
the mill can grind C " 'o .".0 Uu aU. II cMi.icIumi ol juice ( In li).
It is 11 great ifegi.md, unikiii:; kmcvn alouce the pieieuce of any
pieces of iron, Miikc from ens, m uutthiiu' whi"li wonlil bebalile lo ilnimige
tho mill, ami allowing ini',i time to niii'ivc ruiuo before d.im.iging the mill.
The Siiiiiiii:ii is vciy rlrmielv inulc, ami (rein the iminmrof lis opera
(ton it cuis or tcirr (hoc picct ot miI or iron witlnmt ofit.n hrenktng the
.SiiiiuiiiiKit; nml if iiuydiiiie. brcakx, it it i-imply ,-oine of tht kinvih or cuiters,
which can he quickly mill ccnuiiiuiciilly rephictil. The SniiiaiUKii, iih its
name imlicates, teiirs the cmie into i-lmtl n( v.nvin leugtliH, ptufeclly open
ing it ami alii winj; the mill to thoroughly pies out the juice- without re
quiring the immoiiMi extra power ucicirarv to grind or eruli the whole
cmie. Tho Sn.iKiinnt hpre.nls the sh.eil'hii cow uniformly nml ewnly ttt
the mill rolls, ami ilno uway with the lacitrity of spnadiug I lie hugnsi-'e by
liauil hetivccn Ihu mills, wheic regrindini; if iu use. No greater uninuut of
boiler capnuity is rcipiind lo iqictaie (he Siiiik.iukk thuii that winch wat
sttlllcienl for the null, foi the uhove ictuiius. Wo furnirh full working
draw inge for the intullatiou of our HiiiiKiinnits, enahlieg any competent en
gineer to siiccosfully install ami Mn't them.
In ordering Siiii.:iiiii:iik fiom u-, plcaM- -end miimII hkctch, slmwint: die
dimiietir mid wiilili nf the mill u,r with whit li Siii;i;ijim' is to hecouncciiil,
also the hide (eiilicr right or h-fl li ml ou I.kc f' - .iclivcry side of the
mill), upon winch the mill engine i- lncitul, .d-o the bright front tloor line
to center of fnmt mill mil inh, ami ilifluiice ctiiic. this rhafl to fro 11 eml
of bed plain. These Siiiiiaim.itB .11c now being ti-cu hy the Kilo Sugai Uo.
mid llawi Mill, Koh.iln, where tiny me giving grinl MilUf.ii'tiou.
&BT Pi ices nml further parlicul.irs may he hud hy applying to
S'r 1 '
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Import and Sell WMcale and
- Al.l. KINPS ill'
, - ..
I'll si'ofK In CMI I.I i'.
UV itlno .(ill 1 oi'tl 1 . in il.i
Tt-"the.' iiini suicriiiiin. Coriicr ol
I on nml Mrrihuiit lrii'i,
llOhhlSIKU A CO.
I ' I l"i A ttt ftHA
!t ! ! V Irtl M I'll
1 1 I II 'LI LI Iff II I 1 1
ok rut: Hawaiian1 islands.
AI't'OIN I Kl) SOLK AOKNTrt Full
cnurnl to tcccive onlers.
G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
sii'e .l; fur Ihr llniiiiililn lilttiut:
In tho Circuit Court of thu l-'lrat Cir
cuit, Hawaiian Islands.
IN Till: MATTKIt OP Till: KSTATK
X. of Mnrl 1 O'Millivali. Into nf Honolulu,
mini, iltci'iiMtil Kistaiu. On ri'iulhiK anil
llhuu the petition of Ahnih.1111 Kurniinilc
of s:ilil lloiinhilu, Dxcuulor of thu will of
nil'l tcta c, irn, Iii for an oritur of Mile of
n'lil n-t itc liieoulii); to siiiil ihi'i'iiMiil, iiini
ullf;lni; that lie re.n LiUlttof Midi tustntrix
Imo- follow h: I'ur.'i'l of limit, liens 1 nml
othm liiqiiovi'iiieutN, lii'ln thu fuinlly
li itt ul at Knlllil, inulii jilcce r taiu) m
K11I10I11I.111 ni'iir o.ilui I'ririei, hothot which
Mill hlllils oin -itlllle In Honolulu, Miiint
of Dili , innl M'ttlnj; forth I'urtiilu leunl
ri'.i-oii.vh Hiieh reiloliiieshoiilil lm oM,
lew t: I Miuiciciiry of thu personally to
uMiiitoiinh the iluliis of siiiil estate, 'it is
Ic-itlo, orilrrinl, Hint the li(lr of miIiI ih-I'l-ii'iii
nml nil pirs us liiiiri-sii-l iu thu
11I1I nstiitf, iippinr huforu tlil Court 011
MONDAY, thu llth .hij o Mny, A. 1).
Hu nt ID oVIoi'lv t m., nt thu Court II00111
of hi- Court, in Honolulu, Oiihll, then
mil there to slum cmiMi nhy 1111 onlur
ho,lli i t hu ti.i,tui foi thu ill col HliilM
n. 1 e-liilu.
D.iliil lloiiolulu. II I., April l.'l, IMII.
Ilv ihe Coiiiti
l"Ji lit tli:o. 1.1'fAS, Clurk.
I.I. PKItsONh WHO Alir.l.NIIKHTKI)
to dm i:-tnte of s. I hrlii'h.u liiinK
lilpi, lire liuri'hy riUe-tiu lo iiinlce Iiiiiih'
illnt ' ptituient to Hi- uinlir-.niiiil nt Ihu
nlili'i'iil II, Il.ii'Ui'il ,V Co., iioiiniiilu.
.1 I . IIAi'Kl 1. 1. l
A--IUUII' ul I hrlii I, Jliiukriiiil
Hllllol.illl, plll l, M, lll-.'lt
liii til ilwriplhiii i..llllt I'lllXTIXU
ihmr nt the IliilUltn 0Aiv.