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WHAT'rj JH TO-DAY'S PAVER.
CedarTllle 8ketcbes-by Halou riirner.
Wanted a Salvation Drummer bv
Standing lloom Only,
tor lilting an Ear.
Local and Qeneral Items.
Land for Voters.
Queer Conduct of Police,
visitors arc Victorious
A Jilted Son ol Mars.
Change of Port Ollleer.
Continuation ot Cedarvllle Sketches.
I'Udgrd to nrithrr Sett nor Part,
Hut Etlablithtd for the Ben fit of All.
MONDAY, A PHIL 30, 18SU
Wantod a Salvation Drutntner.
Editor Bulletin: -
Tlio P. G. press hear to ttio
glap tidings thai a tempting offer of
support will be forwarded by tho
outgoing steamer to induct tho Sal
vation Army tosoud hither a detach
limn t of four performers aud a big
drum; for tlio creed of thu prophet
Booth is one-quarter bible aud
three-quarters brass trumpet and
performing elephant. General
Booth, the iuveutor aud founda
tion seer of tho 'array,'' started
on the basis that all tho old
seers had failed, because though
thu world needed redemption much
it liked a circus more, aud therefore
he gathored in tho masses by em
bodying the circus and the redemp
tion iu one aud the name act. lie
rose to greatness because he was the
one prophet of the age who knew
exactly how to rttu tho tabernacle
aud the circus in the saino contract.
If you were in a hurry you could
cull iu aud be saved in a quarter of
au hour, and large parties were saved
with despatch by contract. Booth
realized that his great Predecessor
was despised and rejected because
He didn't 'bill" the laud of Galilee,
aud paste his big poster on thu bar
ruu sides of lleruiou, and make the
hills of .ludea resound with the
echo of the Salvation Army drum.
Tim prophetic end of Booth may
possibly have risen against the hide
ous wrong and injustice of this
world, but the cheap Punch aud
Judy section of his soul always kept
him from denouncing them, anil
thereby he maintained his popularity
iu high places.
When Booth took up the canst of
tho "submerged tenth of Kughiiid,
he did not heave all the combined
strength of the army against the
great laud monopoly, by which the
legion of the lust is created and
maintained, and wlion he proposed
a plan for deporting the obnoxious
residuum of Lugland to far-off Aus
tralia, tho cheques of the wealthy
began to How iuto the treasury, and
the burnished nose of Booth lcgau
to gleam at aristocratic tables and
his haggard jaws obtained a place
iu "good society."
The Prophet of Galilee took the
opposite courso, and catuo to grief
because he denounced thu laud
grabber of old Syria iustead of gath
ering iu his cheque. The last pro
phut of Islam died fighting a hope
less battle iu the desert for the name
reason, whereat if he had been a
man of more discretion ho would
have aid nothing about national
freedom, but wo'ild have softly pa
ed the hat round in Alexandria aud
become a species of taunt cat about
the back door of tho Khedive's
It is safe to say that the project
fd importation of a quartet of Salva
tionists will bo four more added to
the army of tho P. G. warriors; for
a 1. G. which gets iuto the 'Vere
aud yellow leaf" of decay gets there
through cHluxiou of time, and a fer
vency of appeal to the God of bat
tles is tho orthodox plan. Also tho
performance of a howling quartet of
fanatics may bo intended to divert
the attention of the natives from
the political circus whieh revolves
largely behind closed doors.
It has leaked out that the recipi
ents of the uew 15 percent dividend
of tho missionary family Cyclorama
hula show have concluded, after
much prayerful consideration, that
the morals of tho royalists are chim
ing signs of deterioration, and there
fore the presence of a few howling
dervishes aud tho big drum of the
.Salvation Army might relieve tho
stagnation of moral tone, aud that
the dividend of dubious morality
should be available for tho good
work of importing tho uew apostles.
Another suggestion was that the
"filthy lucre of tho hula should be
devoted to codfish aud garlic as a re
fresher for the comiug election. 1
would humbly suggest that the army
detachment bo left where they are,
aud the unholy dividend gained by
the exhibition of "moral depravity
be returned to the American public
to help iu feeding the starving tlious
andb of California. .Moreover, the
"army" might learn, if they come to
Honolulu, of tho "hula" mode of
raibiug the wind, and return to tho
coast with tho added horror of the
hula to the present antics of tho Sal
vationists. Thiuk of a score of Salvatiouist
.Miriams doiug the hula with the
added charm of tho taiuhorine. Tho
Hawaiiaus would not bo in it, aud
tho Thurston Cyclorama-hula would
be hoodooed, sure. Kumi' Ao.
I recommend Chamberlain's Pain
Balm for rheumatism, lame back,
sprains and swellings. There is no
better liniment made. I have sold
over 100 bottles of it this year aud
all wore pleased who usud ft. J. V.
Piurson, druggist. South Chicago,
HI. It is for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith ii Co,, Agents for the
STANDING UOOM ONLY
Dailey's Company Draws an Over
By uoon of Saturday all the per
manent seats aud many chairs down
stairs were reserved for the play,
"Shadows of a Great City.' by
Dalley's Stock Company. Long bo
fore 8 o'clock iu thu evening thu no
tice of standing room only was post
ed in the Opera House lobby. Ladies
and others coming late who could
not accept this condition went away,
nevertheless the standing room along
tho walls was packed,
Tho performance gave complete
satisfaction to tho large audience,
as proved both by applause inside
aim lavorauio comment outside of !
tho house. Mrs. F. M. Bate played ,
Biddy llonan with grand effect. '
She made up just right as the buxom !
Irish dame, aud, her brogue being
ncti, nor scoldings and endearments. '
as well as her witty aside, yielded
intense merriment. Darrell 'Vinton t
gave as strong a representation of '
Tom Cooper a tho character war
ranted, while- Jim Farren. the city,
outlaw, was ably portrayed by Chas. '
Couuors. Mortimer Snow w'a-i very '
natty as George Benoii; aud . II. ,
Dailey acted the uncouociouable Abe i
Nathans with skill. j
May Nanuarv acted the dual role (
of Annie aud Helen Stnndish, giving
in tho latter character a pretty per .
formanco. Genevieve Nanuarv made
a brief appearance as Mrs. liiggius. !
making up attractively as she always ,
does. Josephine Gassmau came out
as a boy with a ong iu the first act. I
bringing down thu homo with her.
birdlike vocalism aud jaunty car-1
riage. Josio is a great favorite, i
Kdwiti Lloyd, Win. Bennett and
John Howard rendered cllicicut sup J
port. Tho scenes were well put up, '
a unique feature being the revolving
"Peck's Bad Boy" on Saturdav
I afternoon was enhiyed bv tine of the
largest houses that Dalley's Stock '
j Company have had since their ar
rival. 1 he little ones were highly
I dePghted, and ripples of laughter .
. were heard freniieiitly throughout '
the play. Josephine Gasman as
Pock s Bad Boy and Gueieve Nan- '
nary as Jimmy made quite a hit. W.
U. Dailey as the German grocer and
Chas. Connors as the policeman ,
wore immense and created roars of
laughter in their ludicrous acting. ;
The little ones are looking forward
If, rilf. t.alv kitllill,.. Int.l I
To-morrow evening the "Galley
Slave" will be played; Thursday,
"tiueeua." and Saturday, "Tho Octo
roon." TRAMP BOTTLE8.
One of Thorn in From a Voyag of
Six Thousand Mlloi.
Joseph Alt man runs a small sail
boat attached to the iuoquito licet
reserie, says the Galveston News,
and as Mr. Alt man is one of those
who go down to tho sea in sliipt ho
is nu the lookout for flotsam aud jet
saiu at all limes. So when on Mon
day morning he noticed a bottle on
the beach at Bolivar, about thirty
miles northeast from Galveston, he
took it iu Ids net, figuratively speak
ing. It wa just a common old gla
bottle, the same as many others
which hae dono duty as holders of
whisky, but this bottle held no whis
ky, nor did the corks show themarks
of teeth- a sailor alwavs uncorks a
bottle with his teeth.
The bottle was covered with
barnacles and contained a circular
printed in German, which stated
that two bottle-' were set a 11 oat from
the P. aud O. steamer Metropolis of
Hamburg, Captain Tli. Albert, at i
o'clock a. in. on tint 17th of May,
181)1, in south latitude two degrees
forty six minutes. The Petropolis
was then en route from Lisbon to
Bahia The finder of the bottle was
requested to forward the circular to
He German Hydrographic Bureau,
at Hamburg, or the nearest German
Consul, together with the time of
its finding, and whether the bottle
contained any sand.
The point at which the bottle was
cast into the sea is about DtOO miles
east of Para aud about (1.10 miles
northea-t of Bahia. Hero the equa
torial current sweeps along, follow
ing the trend of the coast of north
ern South America, thu Isthmus of
Panama, Mexico and the Gulf Slates.
And along with it went the bottle,
Honied and jeered at by goggle
eyed fishes, until it was stranded on
llcilivar beach. Tho waif had been
:17') days on tho trip, provided it had
just landed when Mr. Alt man found
it. As the distance traveled is some
thing over IMHKI miles aud as the
bottle was pieked up .'17.1 days after
it was set alloat it must have loafed
along the way somewhat. Those
tramp bottles might toilsome inter
esting tales of travel could they
j By Lewla J. Lovoy.
'BOOTS & SHOES, Etc.,
i ATC AUCTION
Unusual Opportunity to Secure a Pair
! of Uootu or Shoes.
1 on wrcnxrcsTuY- Mny3d,
) AT 10 D'l LOCK A. .M
I will -.-II ill I'lihlic Auction, .11 iiin Sill--i
moms u I'holcc Un ,i( Siunpld
Gent's & Ladies' Boots & Shoes
I'n lif Sold in I .ids to Milt ,
(STRAW and KELT HATS
felmwN. Drown iiihI Winn-CoUoiib,
hl Htu Kte.. Kte.
Liwwis J. Levoy,
, l-'l -M AlllTIOM.KIt
lltOM AM) AH'KII DA IK, I WILL
1 ii no lillls rontiiti'tt'i! in i ii v ii.iiiik,
ulllimit in wiittin orili-r.
A J (JAKTWItlOHT.
Honolulu. April as, IS'll IU.'1-lu
All kiiult o Ciiimnfrdul I'fiiihnti
promptly rtumtnl at Um rutf. ut thf
FOR BITING AN BAIt.
Gallagher is Remanded But Fined
on Another Charge.
The District Courtroom was
crowded .this morning, tho attrac
tion being the arraigning of Ben
Gallagher ou a charge of mayhem,
the prosoctitiug wituess being" Bort
Peterson. A report of the origin of
the ca-o appeared in Saturday's is
sue. Gallagher pleaded lint guilty,
and on motion of his counsel, Cecil
Brown, the case went over until net
Thursday. Gallagher was thou ar
raigned on a charge of assault aud
battery ou Manuel Phillips on Satur
day iu the Criterion Saloon. Gal
lrgher pleaded guilty, and Deputy
Marshal Brown argued that the
Magistrate should tkal severely with
him, as the defendant was well
known as a bad character. Counsel
for defendant aid that the Magis
tratu should take no cognizance of
the remark of the prosecuting at
torney, as defendant had pleaded
guilty. Judge Itobertson held the
point well taken aud sentenced
defendant to pay a fine of ?10,
C. B. V'l-oii aud J. Brown were
then called before the bar. They
were charged with being present,
aiding, countenancing, aud encour
aging cine Ben Gallagher iu tho
commission of (ho offense of biting
and tearing off with malicious iu
tent to maim and mutilate the ear
of one Bert Peterson on April 27.
C. W. Ashford stated he appeared
for J. Brown aud Cecil Drown for C.
B.Wilson. At the request of atlor
uejs for the defonse, pleas were re
served, and thu caso was continued
until Thursday next.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION' SALK OP
From the Kaniebameha Families.
TO-MOUROW, Mny M,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
AT THE ARLINGTON BLOCK, Hotel Street,
I will II ill Public Auction lliu Hal
uiicc of Oood, coiiiirilng
Ostrich Feathers, Fine Laces,
Km.. Ku, Kt, F.tc.
Jo.b. v. Mortfttn,
On TUESDAY, Mny 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK .M)il.
I will (ll ut I'uMIr Aili'tlnii, In (rentaif
Allen ,V lliil)llloii' olllif, tint
Blork (if fallen HllilllitK
At pre-mit own pled by Mc-nr. Allen .V
Idililniiin Mt ollli-e, yiilNrnom
If Tlir Iliilillli! to ! reiiiowil In I
im- TKKMS CAKII ' -t
Ja.s. F Morgan,
lolili'ii link Ii
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Ihntvxtic Svwintj .fit'hiin
maken hitpjiy u'ireH iiml siirrl.
All kimlit Mttrlilnt A7yiij ami
Atltichmriit fn niul;e terry iioiunn
(iiiilars Id cltiirtii with mny iiml
Inter n Ikijijiij xinllr.
Sperlaelrn ami ICitilnxKtx In fit
nil niijhtu nit thut both oltl nml
ioiiiiy iiKiy he huppy.
Hull niiil Tuy.i In imiki the
lieminytitn Tipeieriteeit In mute
tin Iiiim'iiihh ma ii huppy.
Trunin Siipjilien In itsxixt imuiy
nun anil mtu'tlen In mhiiei Imp.
I'lirmii mul Cueil ('me.i In make
ynue lent yirl huppy.
Wnlletx mul I'neb't linol: In
iimhi ynue he.tt fellow huppy.
HuxeliiiH Siijiplien In uiiike ''nue
I'iniliny Cnrih ami Sniirty
Slaliuneey In enmey liuppinexx
Offiee Slaliuneey ami lllunl;
lliiiilcn, anil Iu eniiiplele the happi
nenn uf all
lluy it Stem Winilini), Sh m
Seltiny Mehel I'Utteil W'ttlch.
ijiinemilevil a yvml tiincl.eepu
Hawaiian HaFflwHre Co.. L'u .
Saturday, April 28, 1894.
"Coulil 81mkiti(arp'-i )-lint to curth rei.tir,
Ami wltneHs all aspiring Hamlet".
Ills Mutely plmntom might not wmr,
Hut It would think route diininlet-.."
There are two characters in
the drama that have brought
success to fewer and failures
to more people who have
sought reputations on the
stage than all other parts
combined. . When amateurs
step across the immeasurable
gulf which separates the no
vice from the professional they
do so dressed as Hamlet or
Pauline and they usually wear
the same clothes when they
are counting the ties on the
The Dailey Company is
made up of people who have
"held the mirror up to nature"
for many seasons; the mem
bers of it have played toge
ther in many different roles and
have demonstrated to critical
audiences in the United States
that they are actors and not
track walkers. If Hamlet is
played by this Company,
Shakespeare's ghost may have
a box and will enjoy the per
formance. We have a few
pairs of high grade, low price
opera glasses for people win)
take seats further back.
We have just received a lot ,
of those famous French rat
traps for catching alive, any
where from one to a dozen
rats at a time. We've sold a
number of these to people
who want to teach their dogs
to take the place of traps in
the matter of rats. No rat trap
has ever been brought to this
country and given the same
satisfaction that this one has.
l'hey go to you cheap but the
return is great.
We have imported two lots
of the celebrated Wertheim
sewing machines during the
past few months and have an
other invoice on the way Fur
light running, serviceable, well
made and without intricate
parts to get out of order we
claim that the Wertheim ma
chine is the best on earth.
There is no class of work,
from the finest lace to the heavi
est cloth or leather that can-
not be sewed b the Wertheim.
This machine is a convenient
one for ladies because it has
both stitches, lock and chain,
and may be changed from one
to the other by the mere turn '
ing of a thumb screw. I he
Wertheim has also an embroid
ery attachment by which fine '
embroidery work may be done '
with the same perfection as b
hand but much more rapidly. !
Take it all together the Wer
theim gives better satisfaction
to the operator than any other
machine sold. In addition to
its being a good machine for
sewing the tables are so beauti
fully finished that they are a
splendid ornament inthe room.
We had several orders for
I lendry Plows last week from
people who used them last
year to advantage and want to
save money by using more of
them The Hendry Breaker
is the plow for a man to use if
he is anxious to save horse
llesh. Science has been called
upon in this instance to give
points on plow building and
the result is that you liave a
wonderfully strong plow with
the highest possible draught.
Four horses will work this plow
with greater ease than six
horses will pull one of any
other niake. The same good
quality is in the Hendry Don
ble Furrow Plow and you get
a furrow perfectly fiee from
loose dirt and ready for irriga
tion or planting directly the '
plow goes over the ground
We don't know of any other
plows that will do the same
work as well with as few horses
or in as short a time. We
have small plows for one and
two horses that have given
perfect satisfaction wherever
they have been used.
Hawaiian Hardware. Co., L'd
l)iMible Hpreokeln1 Itloek,
Ii07 KOUT ST KB HIT.
i,- 4& in adMc
AhtTli i i--!
in Ifo StomdcK, or
ornc m4h"c rugu
I'HK AUKNCY FOtl
IS WITH TIIK
Lll AH lid
3 3 3 Foi't, Strowt,
Where tlilr' IiiviiIiiiiIiIi liciielinM rrincly
Uiii In oljttiltinl U the
HOTTI.K, DOZliN or OKOSS.
V liiiTKftho tin l.nwt Sliiok ol
I'., . 'imii, In tilt- llnwiillnti ItluruN.
'l'u I.KT ON UK UK.
1 liitiln ilrvt't iicur Mil
lur ntri'i't. ir.tf.U"
riMVll Vli'KI.V I.MMI-
i nl-.Ii.tl ItonniK t.ir J.'J'.kr .'
(ii'iiilfiiiiMi ii .Nil. i (iitiiii.ii rj::I.
'pilOMi Vhltv HKhllt- i mu -v
I ul.lu .-viiil. l'rmiilM AvSC
it Wiilkikl iK-liiiiKltiK to II t2u!C
h. 1'tHir. Fur particulars -Klii yii!
Mlo-JK VhltY PKSIIt
I'TJ.NISIIl.l) lll. i .. .
t. ilciiff on i'.fri'tiiiilu ? -1 .A." . S
iirtft, for ultliur fitmlly .,r J; Jii?wTS
IiikI" Kfiitli'inan. T. run- -"toSiASSH-
iiio.l-ruKt. For lmrtlcultiri aimlv at tliik
in thi: M'.iniiiion
I IuhhI of IlHrt'lHiiU itn i'l,
tiuyomt TIioiiiik S-iiin, u
Cottiii'i with Fimr or Flvu
(!ooi.Uiil Itiioiiik. Aililrxis
SMALL OOTTAOE TO LET.
V tin-'- with hlttlhi
room, Ittiliutiiu mul llutli,
niiliiilile or a pintle ucntlu-
Minn. Ai'y on thu iiri'inUi- No.-tuKinniu
COTTAtli: TO UfcT ON
Kiiiuu htrrot, ont IiIook
from liorM car, nil ino.lcrii
IninrovuiiKiiith. I mi Hum.
fiiioifh nml Hi-rvHiit'k Kooiu. AiiiiIvio
N. B. SACHh,
W-'t-lt Fort MrvM.
A. Mirt known tin tin
"1'ntj I'rKiiilnec," nltuuti'il
on Nuiiiiiiil Avriiiui. next
1111101111111; t lie resilience nf Mr. K 1'. Hi.
Imp, Hie llmiM- IhiIiik Two Btorlen, con
IiiIiih Six I.:ire lliilinouih, I'urlorh, lllllianl
Itooin, Kitchen nltli hul Itiinne, I'untry,
ele , mul lliithriHini on ciieli Hour Tim en
tlr lioiisM U Hifiitotl with electricity. Tim
(iroiimlf lire lurtie mi I contain miinv vurie
tiui of riliiulu nml hrult Treci. To n iloslr
itlilo tenanl thu irorty will lie let ut u
reiinnnnlile ri iitm. Kniiiilre of
F. W. .MACFAIll.ANK.
ICiil lin rnlon Feeil V ' olllce
Desirable : Residence
'pilK HN)Klt.S(JNi;il OI-'KKItB Foil
1 hiile thill Uehiriililo Itoiiiuncii on Km
liloliinl htrcel, iii.jmIuIiik thu renldunei. ill
('. Joliiihon, i:i I'lie Uit hitu n IroiitiiKe
of tihoat IH) fiet on Kiiilolnni btrcct mul
In from I Kt to IUI f, et tic c i. I here Ik ii new
nnileicfnllnnlv Well-lmllt Uwellllii: llotiie
on the iroitrt).cnntiiliiliiB Ijirge 1'nrlor,
ami I'untry t'"Vcrcil lluil, ' Whin Ver.iiiila,
I'nrrlnee Jliuce, Hnilln, etc., etc I lie
niiiiiiK-ioiiiii, i -iciiroiiiiio. I tn I ii , Kiiclien
roiimixiirr' weli-r.i-huil mul ilmitei with
i mi iiiei nn me i . ei h.
LW Ihe elevntlini l-lllll lllllinl mi mi.
obitrncteil view from HIiiiikiikI lleail lothu
almiuu Mouniiilnii. Iiiiumlnii iurchuur
cun iiKpuot iirenile on liiiiillcmiuii to
IWW-iw JAU. V. MUltUA.N. I
i ai r
"M. " tlllH
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
rr FOR FOUR WEEKS -S1
! English Wardrobes, Plato, Ghtss Front;
i Murblotop Wash Stands,
Marblctop Dressing Tablus,
j Scotch Chests of Drawers,
I TMiiiti Hall and Parlor Chairs,
llattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Ton Sets,
Dinner Sets, Ten Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lumps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
EJto., Eto., Eto.
THEO. H. DA VIES & Ca
National Cane Shredder
I PATKNTKI) UNIIKIt TUB I.AWt
Ill ! I ! IM tf-I.'i' i . rj.. I r'-M- '- .t. .-.lJ.
f . (... r-..-
'PHE UNDEHSIONE1) HAVE IIEEN AI'I'OINTEI) SOLE AUP.NTH Klllt
x tliuiiv SiiiiKiiUKKH anil nro now promri(l to ifcitivu unlvrn.
Tin urciit mlviuitagi'H tti lm iliirivod from thu un- of ihv Natiunai. (Jank
SilHKiiiiKit aru t lioronj-lily vntalillHhi'il ami ucknowledcd ,y l'liinti.nt
Tim lnrj-o tinmlx-r of I'lanlrrc utility thorn in tin Uulli-il Hluh'H, (Jul,
Vrj-t'iitino Uiiiililiij, I'ern, AtiHtrallii ami Wwli'ire. la-.tr witm-ns In the
The tii.0 of thu rfiiiiKDHKK very largely iuiiiicntH the iiimntily of cuiie
ihe null can griixl ('Jfl to r,0.), nlo the iixiriielion of julto (fi l 12.).
It in a Kreat mifeKiianl, niakint known at once thu iirouuuo of any
pieeeK of Iron, ntnken from earn, or anything which would he liable to diinmKe
the mill, and allowing ainplti time to rumovH vaiini iieforo (luni.iKii)K tliu mill.
The HiiKKDiiKU U very htrongly m.ido, and from tho manner of its opera
tion it cutM or tear IIicm iiuee-4 ol wood or iron without often brciikiiig tin
Siiiikuukk; and if uuyihini; linakn, It Ik -.imply Miineof the kniven or cuttern,
which can hu quickly and economically replaced. Tho Siikkuiikii, an itn
name indicated, tearc the cane into nhredn of varviii,' loiiKthn, perfectly open
ini: It and allowinj; tho mill to tliorouj;hly pte-i oirt the jiiIcch without re
iniriui; the immenne extra power nccercary to erind or eruch the whole
I cane, 'llio HllltKDDElt snread tint nhredded cuiie iiiilfuriiilv nml nvcnlv
j tho mill rolls, and does away with tho
ihiiu uumuuii mo nuns, wuero ri'urnminj' ih iu lift. .Mi greater amount ol
hoilor cuiacity in required to operate the Siiickimikk than that which wai
KtifUciont for the mill, for tho above rcamim. We fum'tidi full workin-j
drawiugM for the itiHtallatiou of our Riiiikdiikiih, enabling anv conipctent en
gineer to itucceMttfully imitall and otait them.
In ordering aiiiiKUDKUH from tin, plcace neml fiuall sketch, showing tlie
diameter aud width of the mill rolls with which .Siiucuukk ii to be connected,
aUo the side (either right or left hand n- you face tr j dolivery cido of tie
mill), upon which tho mill engine U located, ulo the height from lloor line
to conter of front mill roll nhaft, and dlxtance center thu. hafl to front end
of bed plato. These Hiiiikiidkhh are now being need by the Milo Hugur Co.
aud Haw! Mill, Kohala, whore thoy are giving great HatiHfuction.
rncor. aim turtiier purliunlnrti
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Import and Sell Wholesale aud
-- A I.I. KINKS OF -
OUIl STOOK IK fOMFLKTU.
We ttlsu still cuntliiim in ttit
,, Wk-"tttce mul httleii)iini. Comer of
I'.iri ami 1. rebuilt lrivt.
UULLISUK JL CU.
OF I'HK HAWAIIAN IHI.ANUH.
ncccMtity of Hpreadinj- the huj-anJe hy
may lie had by applying to
IRWIN & CO., L'd..
.Si Ailtntu fin Ihr lliliiiiitmi litmuh
Iu tho Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit, Hawaiian Inlands.
in mi: MATTi:it or thk khtatk
JL of Miirlu O'hillllviin, liile of tiiinolnlu,
Ouhn, ill ecu-eil leitaie. On reailing anil
llllii); the petition of Aliriihum Kcnuinite
of huld llonolulii. Hxecntor of the will of
hnhl tcta'e, im.vlng for mi order of ale of
real ci-tite liulonglug jo alil dii'vimuii, ami
alleglii)! that the real esiaie of said testutrlx
Inns followii: I'ari'ol of land, Iiuiibh ami
other ImiiiovemeiilH, Im'Iiik thu family
liomitslemt hi Kalllil, inula piece of land at
Knhol.ilou near Claim I'rUon, hoth nf w hleli
KUiillaialoariiiiiuati iu lloiiolulii, UUml
of 0.ihi, and t.-ttli)j forth certain lexal
reaouiiw'li niil'Ii leal estate should be sold,
lo-wlti IiimiII1l'1uik'. of the iierfoiialtv to
(ixtlnt'iil.-ih the delitx of faid estate. 'Ills
herehv nrdereil, that the helm of taiil de-cein-eil
mul all w.T-"iib lnterettd In the
wild cxtiito, apiieur hefure thin Court on
.MONDAY, the llth dti) ot Mny, A. 1).
1MH. at 10 o'clock v m., at tho Court Itoom
of ihl Court, In llonolulii, Ouhn, then
ami there to how cauiu wh an order
ulionlil nut lm (rmileil for the ale of hiicIi
Dated Honolulu. II. 1., April 13, lblll.
Ily thu Court:
UW-IHt (1KO. I.UOArJ, Clerk.
FOR SALE I
A few Clioicn Puppies for Mile bom I'eill
Kreisl iiH'k. Adilrcm.
W. It. I.KWllJ.
Ktwy iletcriiitiuii of. ton I'ltlXTIXM
diiiu- at the Uullrtin Ojflie.