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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'8 PAPER.
riBST PA OK.
l'nnljlinient of Children.
ski o.i D pauk.
V. G. Economy editorial.
Then nrnl Now editorial.
Our Only 8oter-bv "Clvls."
"Not Going to be Annexed Alter All."
Naming the Baby.
Til I Ml Pi lit.
Local and General Items.
At the Opera House.
An American Success.
One of Her Best Lectures.
Dancing and languages.
"Howell's 1'et" Again.
Lost Her Koretopronu.
Clullty of Assault.
Foreign News Notes.
The l'ious Stranger.
She JlniUi gullttin.
Fltdgrd to nrithrr Srct nor Parly,
Hut Kutabliihfd for thr font fit of All.
THURSDAY, APK1L ', 18W.
When Messrs. Dole, Thurston ami
Smith were iu tho opposition ranks
in nnto-rovolution days, thoy stub
bornly umintaiued that Ministers
could not decently voto to save their
positions or protect their salaries.
In tho words of the son, ''Why
don't they do it now V
P. O. ECONOMY.
Comparisons are somot inien odious,
but none could bo tnoro so than that
drawn by tho editor of tho Adver
tiser this morning on Messrs. ua
and Emmeluth. llecauso of their
ulTorts in reducing tho expenses of
the government by a reduction iu
several items iu tho appropriation
bill they are likened to n "monkey
faced negro." Apart from tho com
parison, tho attack upon these re
form couuciltnou is unwarranted.
Tho Provisional Government boast
ed in the beginning of its career of,
and oven now praises itself for, its
economical principles, and yet when
an opportunity is presented whereby
it may show to the people at home
and abroad that its reform shout
are honest, a majority of tin mera
Iters believe that it is good politic
to increase tho salaries of their sup
portent in ollice. History sometimes
repeats itself and ministries some
times fall. Tho ministry of the
future may bo of sounder reform
principles who would advocate a re
duction in tho very salaries the
"cukoos" in the present council
with to keop at tho top figure. Will
theso men bo cuckoos then?
If our legation at Washington has
reached a stage where it is incum
bent upon tho clerks to buy up the
votes of congressmen and senators
by tho generous use of money iu the
purchase of theatre tickets ami wine,
it would bo better if the government
would pay the secretary a fair salary
and allow a certain sum iu addition
for his expenses iu entortaiuing
such members as a drink or two will
buy. The appropriation bill pro-
ides for a salary for the Secretary of
the Hawaiian legation at Washing
ton, a Hum larger than is paid
to tho first Assistant Secretary of
tho State Department of the United
States. Mr. Eua was hoiifst in his
suggestion to dispense with tho ser
vices of a secretary and appoint Mr.
Hastings tho Minister. If Mr.
Thurston's porsoual engagements
aro such that they require more of
his time than ho can devote to tho
duties of his oflko it would be bet
ter for the people who contribute to
tho payment of tho expenses of the
government if some one who can re
inaiu at the otllco and do what is re
quired of him was appointed iu his
place. The "cuckoos" should realize
that there are tax-payers outside tho
legislative chamber. If Mr. Thurs
ton's efforts in overthrowing tho
monarchy aud making a mess of the
affair iu Washington aro worthy of
reward, let him bo assiguod to duty
at home, or hotter still let him re
sign, and attend to his Hawaiian
Exhibit iu San Fraucisco until the
end of the Fair and thou offer his
nervices to his government.
Tho reform measures of tho P. G.
will hardly stand comparison with
those under tho monarchy, all things
considered. Tho boast that sixty
thousand dollars per annum is saved
iu expenses is a myth when the bud
get of tho present government is
placed side by side with that under
the Legislature of 1802.
THEN AND NOW.
There is an article iu the Adver
tiser in defense of tho largo outlays
voted by tho Couucils for tho Lega
tiou at Washington. It is character
ized by tho splash and splurge of
Euvoy Extraordinary Thurston's
diction, Mr. Thurston and hmfriuiidb
hold different views iu 18811 from
those presented in the article iu
question. This article claims that a
Minister at Washington cannot ob
tain decent recognition unless he
plunges into the luxurious whirlpool
of tho capital's social life. It iuci
dentally gives revelations that
amount to confessions about the
way in which much of tho boasted
"public opinion" iu tho States favor
able to tho Provisional Government
was worked up. Several promiuuut
uowspaper men had their powerful
iutluence bought by a theatre and
supper party costing STB. There is
one omission, however, which speaks
louder than all that is told. That
is, an account of tho princely enter
tainments, to roach public meu
"through their stomachs" m the
idea is elegantly put, which Mr.
Thurstou gae during his desultory
visits to hi post of duty at Wash
ington. It would seem almost cer
tain that if he gave any they would
have Ih'ou duly recorded by the Jen
kinses of Washington, and the re
ports would hao been carefully col
lected aud transmitted to tho Otn
eminent tooting press of Honolulu.
Hut perhaps Mr. Thurston preferred
to conceal his politico-ga-tronomical
triumphs at tho American capital, al
though ho is not usually blamed
with a disregard of the scriptural in
junction against hiding one's candle
under a bushel. "The item for the
Logatiou in Washington should be
largely increased." says tho writer in
tho Advertiser, showing that ho is
not satisfied even with the liberal
provision made by the non-repre-seutntivo
Councils. Like Oliver
Twist ho dares to cry for more.
There is alo an intimation that tho
Secretary of Legation has a prodi
gious deal of work, and that tho
labors of both him and tho Minister
are frequently in excels of their
power to adequately overtake.
In tho Legislature of 188(1, on the
item "Salary of Envoy at Washing,
ton. 12,(X)0," Mr. Thurston spoke at
some length. Below aro quotations
from his vigorous denunciation of
diplomatic extravagance. Support
ing an amendment by Mr. Dickey to
pass the item at I0,(XK. Mr. Thurs
tou said: "If tho object was to make
a great proad,$(i)00was not enough,
but if it was for tho ambassador to
live respectably .."(.HHI was sulllcient.
Mr. Carter had menus of his own to
make extra display if he desired.
Ho ought uot to hae more than a
Minister at home with the work of a
Department on him." Mr. Brown
moved tf.")0 aud found fault with
tho payment of a salary to Dr. Mutt
Smith, as ho said Hon. Henry Car
ter was competent to attend to this
country's business at Washington,
Mr. OibMiii observed that probabl)
Dr. Smith's salary would not con
tinue, but the Envoy desired to have
a Secretary to the Legation (what
Mr. Thurstou has now). In answer
to a further remark by Mr. Brown,
that the Minister should pay a Sec
retary out of his own pocket, Mr.
Gibson said "it was not only on ac
count of the amount of work, but
the dignified position tho envoy
hold. His Majesty having commis
sioned him as Euvoy Extraordinary
aud Minister Plenipotentiary. He
submitted that it wns a little dero
gatory to the position of a diplo
matist of that rank to have to hire
a potty messenger to carry commu
nications to his peers aud members
of the American Government."
Then up hpako Mr. ThurM on again.
He "considered the sentiment on
which thin appropriation was based
as altogether too fine for this house
to grasp. The Hawaiian ambassador
had got along well enough the last
four years without a secretary to
convey his messages, and it would
not hurt his dignity or that of this
country if he carried his messages
himself. It would be better to
build necessary roads, bridges,
whare aud fohoolhousoB than to
expend money on such high-toned
sentiments." Mr. Bishop bestowed
a mild rebuke on tho views of Mr.
Thurston aud others, and Mr.
Creightou pointed out that for years
Mr. F. 11. Allen had been paid $1800
a ye.r as secretary.
In those das there was as much
necessity for spending money iu re
presentation at Washington as to
day. For years the reciprocity
treaty was subjected to strong oppo
sition aud iu danger, at every oppor
tunity, of being abrogated or having
its benefits to Hawaii neutralized by
special legislation. Public men wore
stomachs then as now, and the
amenability of newspaper corros
poudeuts and mouthers of Congress
to corruption, through thoir thor
axes aud alimentary canals, was just
as pronounced. Mr. Carter had some
thing to show, moreover, for tho
money spent on the Logatiou iu liio
timo. What has Mr. Thurston to
show for tho time passed of his in
cumbeucyf He cannot report tho
professed desire of the P. G. for
annexation as one degree nearer
fruition than when he began his
vibrations between his poopshow at
Chicago and the Hawaiian Legation
Our better halves snv tlmv i-nnM
not keep house without Chamber
Iain's Cough Hemedy. It is used iu
more than half the homes in Leeds.
Sims Bros., Leeds, Iowa. This shows
the esteem in which that remedy is
held where it has been sold for years
aud is well known. Mothers have
learned t hat t hero is uot hiug so good
lor coins, croup ami whooping
cough, that it cures these i.ilinenu
quickly and permanently, and that
it is pleasant nud safu for children
to take. IT) and BO cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
fc Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian .
" MERUY ENGLAND."
Her Wealthy Cities, Famous Gitio
and Country Llfo.
Mrs. Gans will deliver her illus
trated lecture on "England" at Ka
vwtiahno Church to-morrow, Friday,
livening at 8 o'clock. It is different
from the lecture previosuly giveu on
"Loudon" nud is one of the best iu
Mrs. Gans' repertoire. Theso lec
tures are next best to an actual
foreign tour of observation.
The greater number of the views
numbering 110 are most artistically
colored iu oil, and when projected
with a most powerful lime light,
upon the liOtt square feet of canvas
of which the screen is composed,
combined with Mrs. Gans' most iu
ten-sting and entertaining remarks,
go to form an evening's entertain
ment and instruction, at once so
vivid and realistic that, for the time
being, the audience is transported to
the very scenes depicted.
Included iu the list are the follow
ing: UcH-hostor and Gadshill. Dick
ons' Home; Canterbury Cathedral,
etc., Brighton, lslo of Wight. Scenes
in Devonshire, Cornwall, Bristol,
Chester. Liverpool, Manchester, and
other eilies; Isle of Man, Carlisle
Cathedral Coventry, Shakespeare's
House, Oxford, Cambridge, Ascot
Uncos, Tho Derby, Windsor Castle
(many views), Thnines and Clivedou,
Presentation of Magna Charta, etc.
Our Only Sopor.
News camo by tho Australia about
the Midwinter Fair, aud the con
tinued interest iu tho cyclorama
hula, aud tho purloined thrones,
aud the pilfered silver bowls ami
the joyful dividend and tho carefully-worded
assurance that tho
"royal hula dancers" aro uot suffer
ing a midwinter of discontent, but
not a word has leaked out about
McGiuuis, our oulv military cadet.
The exhibition of the "modified
hula" and tho curious alleged to bo
stolen goods are, after all, compara
tively, matters of private concern,
but the military ward of tho nation
at $'2'AI a mouth demands our pro
found solicitude. It is, of course-,
cheering to know that ho was dined
by the ofiicers of tho San Fraucisco
garrison and appeared on the dock
to say good-bye to Hawaii's only
Baruuin, iu full uniform. But how
is the interesting youth progressing
in his studies and will the military
"coach" bo able to put him mi to
the top notch of proficiency ami re
turn him labeled an O. K. Field
Marshal or Brigadier-General iu the
promised the weeks? Cms.
"Not Oolnn to bo Annexed After All."
Little Dick 1 don't see much ue
in iroiug to school.
Papa -Why not?
Little Dick -It took me two weeks
to learn to pronounce Hawaii, aud
now it isn't going to be annexed
after nll.--'V .. nf .V- Yhrk.
By Jus. F. Morgan.
TO-MORRO W 1
Auction Sale of Books
On FRIDAY, April 27th,
AT IU O'CLOCK A. M.,
I WII.I, HKI.I. T PIWII.II' ('-ril.
AT MY SALiQSROOM
Tin- l.llirnry nf A. J. Cnriwiliflit, K(.,
A Valuable Collection o( Works by Emi
rw liok wiw on view ut nit diclm
renin. Jus. I". ioi-Eo.n,
Household -:- Furniture
On MONDAY, April aoth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
I will fll at i he Itculilc-ncct of Mm. IIUUN-
The : Entire : Household ; Furniture,
Upholstered Parlor Set,
AnIi Ileilrouiii Hetti,
Wire unci hirhi(5 MtiUraiM,
B, W, Marblctop Bedroom Set,
K'lttliiT I'IIIuwm, Hunt-lni; Lamps,
LACE CURTAINS & POLES,
1). W. Kxti-ii-liui Plnlnu'-rooin Table,
CriM-kcry, Ultoxwnre, Meiit hafe,
"Arlington" Range and Cooking Utensils,
Until Tuli, (Innlc-n llcco,
Ktc. Kle.. Ktc, Kin.
Jaa. F Morvtvn,
II7 II ArCTIO.NFLU.
On TUESDAY, May Int,
AT h! O'l LOCK NOON,
I will -ll at Puiilir Aiii-iloii, In front nf
A IU II A ItulitiiMm'h cillluu, tho
At irfnt ni'i'iiiilcil hj .iir. Allc-n A
Itnl. Ileum an oIIIim milt-room
19" Tin- HiilMlnni to lif rciiiiivuil Iu I
(- ll.ll.MH (AMI '
Jaa, F. lCorea-xi,
NAMING THE BABY.
An Occasion When the Father Has
Very Utile- to Say.
The father thought he should have
something to say in regard to the
name the child should bear, and
whou his wife- proposed Georgo
Augustus he accepted tho first part
but rejected I he lat -that is, tried to
reject it, observes the Chicago Post.
"Mak-it George William, hosaid.
"William is a better name than
August i w. nud then it will please
"Yes, and oven one will call him
Bill," she protested. "1 don't liko
the name. Augustus is bettor."
"You won't make tho change?"
"Idon't see why I should."
"Very well," lie"nid, as ho started
for bi-'imt and coat. "I'm going to
"The noxt morning as ho was put
ting on his coat he asked:
"How about that namo?"
"Why. we'll call him Georgo
Augustus," she returned, in surprise.
"Good day," lie said, as ho went
out and slammed tho door.
When ho came homo that night
"Is it still Oussie?"
"Augustus," she corrected.
After supper ho remarked sneer
ingly: "Gusslei Gusslol That's a ulro
kind of a name, isn't it?"
"Augustus is .c very uico name,"
sho replied, calmly.
Bcforo going to church for tho
baptism the following morning ho
"Do you still Mick to Gussio?"
"George Augustus," sho said,
Ho shut himself in his room for n
few minutes and wroto plainly on a
sheet of paper, "Georgo William."
Then he put it aud a ten-dollar bill
in an envelope and joined the bap
tismal party. Onco ot the church
he slipped off to ouo side and hand
ed the clergyman tho envelope
"Thank you for tho fee," said the
latter, "but 1 already have tho name.
Your wife gave it to mo."
"I thought you might make a mis
take iu it,' suggested tho father.
"Oli, jio. It's written ory plainly
Tho father sighed and gave up tho
i-trugg'o, but ho is getting his re
venge now by Informing admiring
friends in his wife's presence that
tho baby's namo is "Gussle."
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AllV drrM.V crCiwibS
j "-vi Vi VIM'"
SnrSiVle evhere tyarug-jiiU
TIIK AOUNL'Y KOI'.
IS WITH THK
llollister Drug Co., L'd
B83 Fort Sti-at,
Whare this Invahittlilt- linnielioM rauic-ily
may bo obtained by tho
HOTTW2, DOZEN or OHOSS.
W'u luivo uico tho Larson Block of
To In- foiuiil In tlm Hawaiian IhIiuuIb.
In re Constitutional Convention,
To All Quultlloct Votc-rc in the 2d Pre
cinct, 6th District, of Honolulu,
Iceland of Oahu.
XTOTM V. IS HKItKIIY (IIVIIN THAT,
J.1 fur I lu- iiiriioio of iiiIiIiIiil iist
Iiik nud I'Mirc-c'iliiK cirrnm, lu the- llxt of
lia-iit'sof all irtTinin who have R'KlMiTnl
ariiorilliii; to law, and iiro c-ulltlnd to voin.
Ill" in,ioi!tnr of tlm nali I I'rcolnct will
hold two mii'iltii; at tho Itifnrm (jidiool.
hiiiiMi In Honolulu, on I'll I DAY, April
'.'7th. and MONDAY. April ), Mil. W
iwi-c-n lint liniirn uf 7 mult1 fVulocik In thr
uvc-iil , each ilny
My thu limn ('torn,
W. L. WILCO.V
Hunululu, April i, IbWl. l(JI7-6t
7 m 9 J J
Hawaiian Hardware fin, I'd
Saturday, April 31, 180.',
A really irood French cnnt
in the United States commands
a higher salary than a Cabinet
offker, but it is doubtful if tin
latter would change places.
mere are a lew high-priced
cooks in Honolulu and if you
choose to bother about asking
them you will learn that they
get their knives for cutting
meat in tne kitchen from us.
We sell the genuine French
ook ivnives, made in I' ranee
of specially selected steel and
shaped like a stage dagger.
The knife is not an elaborate
affair, just a plain finished knife
made for service.
We have other knives, bread
ana carvers, tor tne table, line
ones, both as to quality and
finish. A good carving knife
is as nncftss.irv n: rmnrl iliclifc
perhaps more so because tougli
beef can be made to rtniienr
tender by the use of a sharp
We have some toilet sets,
uiiwiiiu liiigiisn ware mar.
should attract the attention of
anyone tt only by the price we
ask for them. They are made
in "tin to date" shanes and ilu
decorations are anything rather
than gaudy. The sets have
seven pieces and go to you at
nltHicl. 1111...!.. 1..
auout nan ttteir vain
By the "Alden liesse" we
received a quantity of lamps
suitable lor stores, lanais or
smaller tnan tne mammoth
lamp. For any purpose where
considerable light is wanted
we know of nothing better
than one of theso lamps. The
finish of the fount is equal to
the best quality hanging lamp
and the burner is the best
made by the celebrated Ro
chester Lamp Co. The price,
well, the pi ice will surprise
We have lately added to
our stock some very hand
some wrought iron affairs in
the Fiano Lamp line. Just
why they should be called
"piano" lampj when they are.
in reality the best shape made
for reading purposes is like a
Dundreary riddle, "sonii-tliing
no fellow can find out." And
the advantage a piano lamp
made of wrought iron ha, over
one of polished metal is in the
fact that it will not tarnish. Of
course, with nennle who hnv.
lots of time, there is no mate-
rial difference thrv cm kc-ci.
n.ti uiiK-ruiCi., inry utll Ku p
It rubbed Up at till limes and a
bright metal lamp under tht ir
faithful miiiUtriiinm: u-ill .u.w.r
lilltniUI m ntStr. HOIS Will never
grow uiui. we nave men to
please all classes, the busy and
the idle, you nay vour monev
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
the best makers, and the
burner, the comforting and
discomforting thing about a
lamp, is selected with unusual
care. When you buy a lamp
from us you get what is recog
nized, wherever lamps are
tised, its the very best
When the spring
comes, gentle Annie,"
time to iret out and hustle
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
are belter than those
we have alwajs handled and
don't cost you any more; they
nn i.iinci iiguicr wcigijt tnan
formerly, better adapted to the
person wno gardens lor health,
but the strength of the tools is
1 )isston's Saws with us are
as prominent as any of our
other goods, and we usualK
keep all sizes and styles. We
have an abundance in stock
now from the ordinary keyhole
saw to the Great American, 7
left long. I Mission's have been
the standard in saws lor many
years, simply because their
material and workmanship is
the best. If, when you buy
stove wood, your dealer gives
you large pieces, your man
will have more time for other
duties if you provide him with
a gootl s,uuil saw to cut tlu
wood with. We have the saws
you want for any purpose.
I CH.Otcll OliestS of Dl'ilWOl'S,
. , ,,r TT
lwyl Worcester VilSOS,
Itovnl Worcester Tea Sets,
Dooo.iito.1 Viihoh, Tumble,, Glasses,
Claret J ug-s,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Elto., Hito., Eto.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
National Cane Shredder
I'M'KNTI'.ll HSIJI.II TIIK LAWS !-' llti: HAWAIIAN ISI.AVDS.
rr-r's. r--. r ,i
.. ni.i v:'ix l i
T"K uxl)KKiNKi HAVB IM'.BN aitoixti:i moms aoknth for
.,., "'MJ s""':""l-:ls l"'l '"" '' ";pnrccl u, receive melon-,
I In-u-rtnt mlvuntue,. to he derive I fn.ni Hie iim nf lln- National Cank
Mihki-iimi un ll Highly OMluhlixheil ami ackiiiiwliilj-iil by Humeri.
. "uliirjSuiiiiiiilM-ri.f l'l.inti-MUHiuB them in thu United Slut.-, Uiil-n,
Vrnentine Ueimldic, lN,r, Ai.Htr.ili,. ami ..Wwlnm-, iHMr -vitnciCH tc, the
Tlii- iim uf tlm SiiKi.-niiKU vc-iv liinH.V iitiiiiiuintb the inutility
(III! Illlll IMIl tirillll (2.rl III fit)-.), i.l.n llin nilrinlli.n ..f i, ,!,... iK .. l')V
It in it j-reui iifej.ii,inl, milking linuwn at nncu tin-iirecenci) cif nnv
'i T,,"ii'. '""',,",,','H (r"" '"" 'nunyllting wlil-li wntilil he Imhle tculxmiiKo
the mill, iinil ullinvini,' iiniile time in roinnvi- kiiiiiu liofor" iliiimigiiii; tlm mill.
Tho SiiiiciiijKii is vnry rtrciiiKly tniule, nrnl Iroin I hi- imuiner of it njn-iic
lion it ciiit or it-.trn Hil-mj pieech oi wchhI nr inm vvitlioiit ufien hrcukinc tlitt
SiuuilUiKit ; uiui if unyiliiiiK hreak-f, it U dimply Minie of tint kiiiven or etillorn,
-hieli c-iin he cinickly ami cu.nuniiealiy r-iliiccil. TIiu Kiihkudku, a its
naniu inilicalOH, tearu thu cam- into hhrcilti of varvint; 1uni;(hb, jiorft-t-tly open
ing it ami allowinc tlm mill to ihnroiij;lily piebb out tlm jniek willionl ro
iiiirmg the imnienMi uAira i-pivcr iiL-ccjiiiry to Krltid (r orunh ihu whole
cane. Tin- Hiihkiuikk riireiul tho Hhreililecl cane uniformly ami evenly to
tlio mill rollu, ami cloen uwny -.villi tin- nccci-iiity of npriiailint tlicrbaganHt liv
linml l'utwt'un thu mills, wliuro regrimllnj,' in in uho. No greater atnount o'f
hoilor capaoity in lequiuil to opitrato llio SiiitKDiiKit than thai which wa
MtillU-U-iit for tlio null, fur the almve reat-otiri. Wo fnrnUh full working
tlrawingH for tlm inHlnllation of our Siiiiki-dkus, enablim; any conipitoiit on
gineer to tuiccchi-fullv iiihtull and tiut them.
In orilering Siiiu.Din.itrt finm 08, jiInai-CMiml mnall nkolcli, hIiowIiik Ihc
diamuteraml width of lliu mill lolls with which SiikkuuivU in to ho connected,
aleo Iho ido (oillmr riKht or left hand an yon face t' - nelivery nidi) of tlm
mill), upon which the mill engine is located, aUo tho height fiom lloor linu
to conter of front mill roll nhaft, and dintanco center Ihin shaft to front end
of l.ed pinto. Thi-i-o SiiiirniiKUH are now heing ued by tho llilo tingar Oi.
ami Hawi Mill, Kolial.i, wlnro they aro giving great fiiiiiifiiclion.
j3 1'ricuH and further partioiil.irM may bo had by applying to
Kir.; 1 1
FOR SAN HtANCISCO.
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imi mi in,i I'lini iin
Saturday, April 28th,
' A T N O O M.
1 in- iiii'iii-iciicii me now in.
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Kn-lKln iir twain-,
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tii' i'.ii'i,ii-,iri' I i-huviliK Parlors mllu n
Inn lliiHiitii- A Co.. wlu-rii a i;uim (IIi'hii
Hiavc 11..11 ho hail fur 13 ('until. Ilnlr Out
lueuaJ for 2i Cunti IWJlui
REDUCED 25 PERCENT
-FOR FOUR WEEKS es
Plllto UlllSS Front;
Marblotop Dressing Tables,
and Parlor Chairs,
Suites. Pictures. Etc.
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
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- . IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
M Aarnh fur the llnwiilluu Itlmuli
In tho Circuit Court of tho Kimt Cir
cuit, Hawuiiun Inlands.
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Oahu iliuu.iM'il tiisiuio. On rimillnt: anif
l-J'-'B tin-.i-llllitii of Aliriiliniii riniiiiniloz
or alii Jloiiiihiln, iixeciiKir of tho will of
1 kiilil tt't.i o, pra, lii fur an onlur nf aulo of
leal c-nnti- Uilcmgliiis to Mil. I ilweaoil, uiui
alli-Kliib' that tliuiuiiii-.t ttenf Mild testatrix
i us fiillimni pared uf luml, lioim, anil
iithur iiiiiimvuiiieiita, ,eInK thu fmnlly
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Kiiliil.il-iiciii-iir(liiliii Prlmn, liothuf which
u il laiiilMiroltimti' In lluiiohilii, IhIhihI
u( Oah 1, icml .jiitliu; iiinh curt-iln li-uul
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lu wit: luml lli'lc'iu--, of tho nvrsnniilty to
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uiui nil per ut lutcri'Meil in tlm
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aiil lli'-rci in hIiiiw i.M, wtlv ,, (,nl,.r
mi' i-'t V'k K"mil fur tho nlc-of uul,
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fur -tl tt (rim, l
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