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WHAT'ft IN.TO.DAY'fl PAPER
Mnjor l.a Citron.
Labor Union Too 'Fly.'
The Chinese Simmiruti.
A Growl from n (hint re (lucr bv "An
Old I'lny-Koi-r In Many I-utuls.''
England niiil yainoa.
Tliesi' Tronblul Isles.
IjuuicIouVs Opinion of Mntiklinl.
.Macfiirlnue A (Int.
1H'nl nml 'Jenernl Items.
Lute Foreign News, per "bark C. It.
lr. rrrm.diu' Will.
Tho Historical foeietv.
John 1'. Parker IVa.l.
England nml the Colonic.
Moretof llnriimli TreiiMiter.
XT he rUnibi bulletin.
TUESDAY, MAY S. Inm
A Orowl From a Theatro-Goor.
KlillliK UfLi.KTis: -
A word or two to our nnilioiK't'M
swum to bo necessary. I pay for n
Mt in tho theatre nml wish toeujox
it nt ponce. Tlio performances now
being jrivon by tlt Dai ley troupe -tlio
best all-round troupe since the
Wells company opened the theatre
are thoroughly arttit ami I ilo
heartily enjoy them, and the actors
full furl ! nothing but approbation
lor the excellent efforts, llul one or
two things mar my enjoyment.
First, lack of punctuality in com
ing to I lie, theatre. Tln performance
ln'gius promptly, why should not
the audience also be prompt? There
i lianlly a family in toun that dine-,
ro late that it cannot l-e in time.
Why should a constant niMlo ami
hanging of setts prevent di hearing
the opening scene of I lit p'la) t
Second, leaving before the per
formaiiee ik over. Is it iiecessart
that as oon ai the signal is ifivn tit
prepare to ring down the euttaiii a
number of people should rlo and
make for the doors? The elTeet of
the eloiiig scene in the Octoroon,
with its beautiful tableau, was com
pletely marred by thi.
Last I v, behavior during perform
aiiee. It is (he height of nlgfirit
anil snohhihne for people, 1 can
not say gentlemen, in the audience
to play tin childish prank that were
indulged in last Saturday night. In
the Suites or in ICu rope these parties
would have found themselves gently
but llrmlv conducted to the doors
and given an u rtiimiv lo cool
cuiiuiicieii io uieiioors '
their exuberant wit in the open air.
These people might take pattern
from the row of American Mine
Jackets who occupied the front seal
in the panpiette. Their cloe atten
tion, honest mic licrimiiialing ap-
,.l ...i i. ..,... i.. i....:...
.,ri- ,,,, K III luilllllll , in'll lllll .
throughout the performance was in '
strong contra! with others who
think thcinsolvoAalMiw, them in the
s,,..ifl ...il., .
1 do not wish to criticise unduly,
but I do know 1 hare a right to en
joy the performance undisturbed
Moreover, in saving what I do. I
know I voice the view of all the
From the point of view of the per
formers much more might be said,
and aid very strongly. Thi. how
ever, I leave to them.
An Oi.d l't.vviioi:n in Mvm Ljinu.
DR. TROUSSEAU'S WILL.
Honnvrkablo Documont Cliarnctnritic
of thu Departed Doctor.
"The last will and toMaineiit of G.
P. Trotirseau made March the
Kiuhlh, IS'.ll. Deposited on same
date with Union A. J. Cartwrighl.
I'lease oiien a ooii a vou hear of
Such is the superscript ion on a
linen envelope tiled with ithcouteiils
in the Clerk s olllce of the Judiciary
Department. Uelow are given some
extracts from the document:
''1, George Philippe Trousseau,
born in Fans, France, the lirst of
May, IK'CI, residing in Honolulu, and
now a Hawaiian subject, do make
ami publish this my last will and
testament. I hereby appoint a my
executor Hruce Cartwrighl and
Hugh I-. Mclntyre the provision
merchant without bonds, t handing
them furthermore for their trouble
They will oiipone absolutely anv in
terference from the French ('on
hidate in my atlairs, as I am a Ha
waiian subject and wish to dispo-e
of nij property according to Ha
waiiau law. Let my funeral be a
iiieipensive a. possible and bury me
in the Makiki cemetery in a loi li.
longing to the native vvomau Maka
uoc, who is living on my premises
A itiiuple marble slab vvi'th the fol
lowing inscription will be sullicieut:
'G. Trousheaii, bom in l'aris, l-'iunt-e,
1st or Mav, ls:i:t. Died in Honolulu
The testator then makes a emu
plote disposition of his entire cxiiitc,
real and personal, to Makanoe. He
directn that everything be sold and
all the inort gages paid out of the
proceeds. Makanoe already had llie
deed of the Mak ki house and lot,
also the doctor's life insurance -ml
icy had been transferred to Lor.
Vith regard to his book debts tin
testator sayai "Collect everything
very striutfy. Sue without inerey
those who can pay. I have done any
amount of gratuitous work not ap
pearing on the books."
In concluding the testator make
the following chara (eristic remarks;
"I die poor and I am only norrv for
her sake, as I never had any love for
money and always had enough. I
thank you the executors both fr
the trouble you will lake and wish
you good-bye. As far as I am con
cerned I am tired of life and wish
for death." The will is signed with
out the doctor's middle name or
The schedule of property com
iirisos the ostrich farm, two lots at
I 'ear I lilver, lease of a lot on Yal
kiki beach; boats, steam launches;
houses ami lot on Punchbowl street,
furniture, books, Instruments, horses
and carriage, book debt ami $1000
of trunt funds in SprcckoU' bunk.
The Wedding Takos Placo on the
I Twonty-third of April.
i uk inuuwinir is irom iiih
r'ranctsoo Chronicle of April 21:
; "A marriage of more than usual
; importance look place at the t'ali
J fomia Hotel at I o'clock yesterday
j afternoon. The high contracting
i parties worn Colonel George. Macfar
laue, late chamberlain to lli Maj
esty Kalaltaua, King of the Hawai
ian Islands, and Miss Julie Albu. an
' opera singer of some note, who ar
rived in thi city from Australia
I some months ago. The ceremony
was performed tty Judge Levy in
the private drawing room of "Miss
ll"tt Albu, silor of the bride. The
alFair was conducted ory quietly.
The gallant colonel was ai tired ina
1 suit of broadcloth, and wore tan
j gloves. His happy bride looked very
, iiaiuisonic in
ML' ill ;t (rilVl'litlU I'liollllllt1 llf
w. tri.....ui uTtu ..,,,,,.,,
tlintior wii! -orvi'il, mil '
' blue i
the health and happiness of bride
, ami groom were toasted m uiiinr
1 ous bumpers of sparkling wine by
the few friends present. I'he-e in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. F led Macfar
. lane, Ke.aud Mrs. Levry, Mis Kosu
, Mbu. Montagu I'luiikett and Judge
"Colonel ami Mr. Macfarlauelefl
1 town on the ft o'clock train for San
Jose, where they will stay two weeks,
after which time lhvy will go to
Honolulu, their fill tire home. Hoth
are well-known in this city.
".Misses Jubeaiid Ko-e Albu, who
are "oprauo singers, arrived in this
city from Australia six mouths ago.
They were under the management
of Montagu I'luiikett, the mmi of a
wealth Jewish luuichaut in Loudon.
They registered at the Occidental
Hotel and appeared professionally
on two occasions, one being a Wilkie
ballad concert at Golden Gate Hall
and the other an IvkV ladies' social
at the Grand Opera Houe. The
Imi critic in Ihecily testified a to
then ability. They jioses voices of
extraordinary volume nml mimic
tionable culture. The Misses Albu,
however, were much illlicartelieil
with their reception and were an
xiou- to lesciml tln-ir contract with
The Chioiiicle goci-ou togive an ac
count of Colonel .Mael'irlancVe-.urt-!-ltil.
beuiuuiiig in San l''iaucico
and ending in eugageiiiaiit here,
then proceeds a follows;
"Colonel Macfarlaue accompanied
King Kalakatia to this country on
thai trip which resulted in the un
fortunate moiian.'h' death at the
Palace Hotel a few years ao. The
i .i . . -. .
oiouei was o overctiun III lie-
"a '".'"-royai i imumt i.e u,
came eriousy ill. He wn taken tn
the holllo of the Sprockets, vvheie In
received every care, th ugh he did
not recover in time to accompany
the King' body to IJouo'tilu. He
i a man of wealth and cilm-atiou.
no mis iiiauv inoini upon the la
.1 .. , I i i .
( ' " lLl,n, a,V . l l-ilr :H h.s
"I'"Niiii. lis bride a native
,,f ,-'',,,, i-,r,.": ".I iHliiiilf !
iiiniiiK oeeu Kisseti ii , llie uiis ol
iwciiij-iiyc suuiiner. i tie tune
Hook of I he late Hawaiian kingdom
' doe not slate the Colonel's age, but
it is a trite saying that a man isouly
as old as he feels. According lo lie
' proverb, then, the Colonel i now a
youthful ntul a happy a that little
! rosy hoy wlni.t! arrows pierced his
EN .LAND AND SAMOA.
i Tim Agunt of Now Zoalanrt Proslng
the, Cnlony'M Schmu .
Lonimin, April If 1. -The proposed
solution of the Samoati utiestioii is
! causing much discussion heie. It i
' Mated that Great Urilain will not be
1 '"i to bring the islands under the
i otiirol of New Zealand, if the L'nited
Staten and Geriiiauy be induced to
a-ent. V. II. I'ercival, general
agent in London of New Z-aland,
. visited the Colonial olllce yesterdav,
-ll urged a modification of the
iremy oi i;-v.i, in accordance wii n
the ileirc of New Zealand. Mr.
I'ercival spoke of the great stimulus I
such an arrangement would natural '
l,-i give to trade. New Zealand con- j
sider. the present unsatisfactory i
position an opiiorlniie occasion foil
coiiveniugauoihercoiifereuce. Much i
sire- in laid upon the fact that the
German resident of Samoa would I
welcome a mo lificatiou of the ev I
Sir 1-Mward Gray in the House of ,
Common, answering a ipietion
asked by Sir George Haileu-J'owell '
a to whether .New Zealand had pro
posed to undertake the aduiiuistrn- i
lion of Samoa and whether the '
I'ii it od States and Germany had i
Ix en consulted on the subject, said:
"I am informed that a telegram had
been received at the Colonial olllce.
but it ha not vet been sent to the
Foreign Olllce. However, I think I
may add that such a proposal will be
deemed inconsistent with the pro
visions of the llerlin agreement.
SviiNCV S. S. V.), April LM The
Governors of the Colonies of Vie.
toria, Tasmania and so ith Australia
have cabled to their representative
in London instructing the latter to
support New Zealand in its rmiiot
to assume the adiiiiuist ration of the
6 TO J 1&.
bo not fort ct tint time t.i rim; up
152 Mutual Tolophono 152.
N f EJTJIsiOEJSS
Is stdl i-it.nnd tn r ji.nr lliirdi-n Hi--e,
.'irlnkler Wnler I'nis, I-1 Ii n !.ns unit
slmrHuiiii; nil kinds lum. uu inliu I m v
to Kiilve- ittnl r-ei- rs limn Mhivit- ii
."-eiltv AImi .elllnp lilii-s, in m-tiill
l:iiidiif .1 -li!iui. Wink e.illi-il forHiid n--tui'ind.
s:iitih H'A ri-: s'o t. i sua it i., i-i
V. .eril-n MlH'k. issued .lulv 7, Ml, lo
Writer lllll. .if llie I'lno-iT llulldill); iilid
lmii A oniiitloii All rsons me wiirued
Hlfiiiusl ni'ColliitlUK llie uji sliti re-.
Wll.l llh Ml'K AM)
tliH IsioeklnililelK ill tliu
IUwaIU.n hi i. Hi i'mui-ini ut Din Oillee of
Win. (i. Irum A in. I,., on Muv III
Wil. U. lltWIN.
Extract from a Now Opora un Huwail
Words by Julion D. Hnytio.
Mill mil K ll I OlhKTY j
Win-it all tlie world slcill c:titdlil vli-w
lioiliH imlltli' itml iii,"itc
tlielr ln-liirii'- wlilt inltul ntul heart.
And fiitliniii hi i ti-1 tic ii'iltNt'i art,
ll widen fulr wnnls III deeds euueeal,
An I lnrtv llie lew wreek iitlillu won I,
i I ho iiiiim at i lie- Hod's iiowor eonfe
Ami -ft' that iiiiiii' rial Impi'lnr-.
I'poii tlil earth wit not tin il.m
)t (tint Intent In nuikinj; man.
Within lie- eiii thai man nuM l:t-li'
Are I i ti 1 1 liatnr.il cvi' - iced;
nd even art li mankind ned.
Aim I'vrrt p llej abui' i
i I'e euro iIiom' fili, liuv the d.l'
' When lirl llit- starx .itiS Nature'" praise,
, Uaveotilv i rvvd to ai.'i:rav.ite,
, 'r lirlnir new mi.ohlfr In man'" tale.
Mow lotij.', oh tlod, before dumb mini
'Will enrn (r iio N-it re Nature' plan.
And let the ihmIj -tnu- tlnn- av
lib h I" tlie c.i-li r, Jiister .
'"' "'"I. anililtlnu lUelo -it-
,i inn,. n.iiiMiitiiili-rimiri.
No pliiftae ha o loil' people r-iit
A that ironed by them Kovernmeiit :
Noeaiee of luU!ei.n, titers ami enaiiis,
(lihlieis, whips and g o.uis mid pains.
I ipilte si. apt nt "iiplrM's irlek
1 Vs that men nam r!"s'nMir.
These ttiii, as hLtnrie. re ale.
l-or ie.cius known a "tli f Mate,"
ll.ni- ohb-d and plundered far and lii-nr:
, Awul !' theii eralt and r.ilnl by fear;
liave mnde ihu Irutb her throne for-.iKo,
Hisslmiilatliiii i. w iv in make.
) li(i II to-dii), id eirih's lire nl fie",
, he'lfilii'i, l Ibett.v h ive no plme.
Dm si.m of tuelriivvti natural sinln
There's -miic lllmade adiiltenitv.
lo illustrate man's fm.ll-li itreed.
v h eh grasps the vvurld vvltlioiit the
Mv imppels. Judges. ol ll'Ts, ipteen
l iikvv in pieasini form lie ecn,
In enrn vuitr r.d-e or mirthful -mile
In this -lion taieof .audvvieh Me..
Lnttnclotti'a Opinion of Mankind.
The following is an extract from
the lilies of L'tuuciotli, to be played
by D.irrell inliiii tin eveuiiiL',
"Irnuccca Di Kiinini":
I'liete tile hum hi thiii;hts
lle-i ii-ii iuipri-uiiid In tin- aehlnn heart.
Tin r-'s tmt ,i man tho fa n l of ve u I
Who Is ii,i fuiller Ihati he - vol-.' This llfe
sti. ii eii'ilii tiui:i:le to cih-eal
Hut bisenes. Irom our fell .
Iieie siiii,siuie In vi-stal vli'telle Willi
liehei's 1 1 1 -1 ,
I Iiitp lls u jililjie, lnldlii! bins' eilcs In
Th.lt boh and lake tin- lirllw be ihire not
Hi re us a p.ii s( will, li..ivenvvard eyes,
vvlio e soul
Is Hull's . .uiiell- daimbor. And lien
A s,,,,.r .,,, rivals H.ei.ir'. bin jIv deeils,
i lilt- is's Ibeoevil's bio.Nl audaelly
vV hli erave.i Imnduus tbiiieriliK In u henrl
I bat dire- do anitbl bill llv '
I lots i.n vi ml.
Mere siuvi-s and aim men to a eurndii
Dial take Us it mtr -eellil $.
Tliis ."Evening !
HAWAIIAN umtA HOLSH
Tho Public's Favorites!
3 Attractive Shows 3
Tuesday Evening, Hay 8th:
"Francesca Di Rimini"
Thursday Evening, May I0:h:
IMiiiii' III); Coined) ,siuices
Saturday Matinee and Evening:
"Uncle Tom's Cabin"
or- m im.wh i:i:im:. ri-;n -u
PriooH. . - 50o.. 75c & $1.
IW A I VH nee Mile ut I... I, l,.vev 's stun ,
Mile lit I.,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
A I.I. KIMl. i
FINK CI (J AltS
ul It sTiM'K l. ' U.MPI.KTK.
We iilsu null eoiioiiue In (lie
h ' 1 1 i-- iiiii Miiesii.uiu
illei Mi-reli.iut slu-et-.
lllll. I.ISTKIt A I'll,
ri. i Mini i. ii.si.i-r 5t,
A Mi stiti nml iiutr nun ttT.V.-Jr
)o 1'niis, nlii-mly uuiiueil. If ut'
n:v t'liiiii'i: ii a i.i- r
l.'V. I'l.'IIIMIIsl.' I! I M II
A Wllollllli .SlIIIUIlll VllilO),
IN.I" llAh IIKMOVKH HIS
llliee lo No. I.iniiiii street, next
ilour to .In lues t lllilil)Cll l; i (llllee
Hmiits s.Ih, I..1 il s. Ill.".'.'i
AlltllU" luo AlllKs ul''
'ru it i: vi
1 L.i'il sin
niiilile for ii lum ruiieli. atitlu
klllllltlllll un 1 tonus tu
"ll. . M..'
1U.V llii 1. U. liux MJ, IJunululu.
HifHwn Co., L'll
1 Saturday, May ij, I.S','4
The dark days we are hav
inj4 just now are not pleasant
hot if the clouds will letdown
, rain enough for the planta-
t rions it will mean money for
the people. 1 .ast year the
! drought knocked the profits of
i the sugar planters galley west;
this year unless all signs fail
there will be moisture enough
1 to keep things going until the
, tariff is put on .sugar.
i Hendry Breakers are going
j to plantations by every steamer
j and the I lendry Mould Hoard
is increasing in popularity be
cause it leaves such a clean
furrow that it is ready for
planting or irrigating as soon
as the plow goes over the
The demand for the Pansy
Iron Stove by people of ecouo
mica! ideas is growing. We
believe it to be the best and :
cheapest stove for the money
to be found anywhere. A
good baker that will use little
fuel is hard to gel for S15 but
you can "get it from us when
you buy a Pansy.
I lave you noticed how the
grass is shooting up with the
assistance of the damp weather?
That means that you want a
lawn mower. We have the
conventional style that cuts
grass of ordinary length. We
have also the High (Irass Cut
lers that are needed wherever
the grass has been neglected."
l'he advantage in having a
High Grass Cutter is in the
fact that it will cut short grass
as well. For garden use we
have a full stock of Sprinkling
Pots Irom a gallon up to the
live-gallon size. We japan
these so that then: is little dan
ger of their rusting, il you
are too tired, to run a sprink
ling pot we cm sell you the
best lawn sprinkler you ever
saw for 2 50 one that will
work easy and cover a space
twenty feet in diameter..
Can you think ul any rea
son why you .should not have
a full set of decorated china
when we are selling genuine
I Iaviland Ware in installments
of a half-dozen or even a sin
gle piece at a time? U is just
as easy for jou to buy this
ware and be able to duplicate
any broken piece as il is to
buy other styles of decorated
ware, sold only in lull sets, and
when one piece is broken you
cannot get another.
Some people prefer to cook
over an oil stove than one that
burns coal or wood We are
selling the. Dietz Ot! Stove,
built just like an) other, and
has an oven, broiler, sauce
pans, etc. People who are
now using them tell us they
are less expensive to run and
cook just as well t as a wood
stove. In a warm climate
where people do not tequire
to be "all 'het up" ten hours
day, we believe the oil
to be a uood thintr.
Ours are very complete and
economical of oil.
There does not seem to be
any let up in the number of
the people who want to get a
good strong fence for very lit
tie money. The. demand on
us for the Jones Locked Fence
is growing daily and we are
always ready to meet it. We
have convinced a large num
ber of people that eight cents
; lor a stay and washers is
' cheaper than seventeen cents
each for posts. We have .sold
them stays, wire ami washers
and allowed them to convince
themselves that a fence made
on the Jones Locked principle
. , i
"l '"'-' stroni'tjst that can be
maile. When one man is sa-
suit. I his is an
aie ol imita-
tion and a man dislikes to have
his neighbor net the best of
hint where a little money will
place him in the same rank.
Hawaiian Hartivare Co., Jti
M..iilli HprHitkoU' lllie'l.,
:ti7 KOKT '"t'HMIfiT.
The Tagawii Coal Mine la
located in Fukuoka Ken hi1
the Island of Kinshui, Japan,
and was discovered ubout
twenty years ago. It was '
owned by the government
and mined simply for the
Great improvements, how
ever, were made since it was
sold to a corporation about
six years ago, by importing
mining machinery from Eu
rope and Anieriea. j
Tagawa Coal is used more
than all other Japanese coals ,
in the following countries:
China, Manila and Strait's i
Settlements. It has found
its way even to Hoinbay. J
Two cargoes have been ;
imported into the Hawaiian '
Islands recently, and it has
no superior in this market us
stove or steam coal.
(.. 10. KOAJtDMAX,
Sole Agent for K. Oguru &
Saturday Afternoon, May 12
A.1' 3l3C C-CX.CC2C.
ittj 1 1
H.WK MoVKI) TO
Morgan's Auction Room
For n short lime, V iirv -till selling
Departure Bay Coal,
IX ANV tU'.VNTIIV.
414 BOTH TELEPHONES 414 j
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
- Wll.l. AT'iT.Sl T0-
Managemeat and Sale ot Property
Collecting in All Its Branches.
Iifiiu: Nii. I'. Mru'liiitit Stn-cl.
THIS SPACE IS RE
SERVED II. H, WILLIAMS
Next door to Horn's Bakery;
K.V.M I'llONO TAI RUt.MKItl.Y OK
Nimiiim -tirel, Honolulu, liuvlon
nii.lt mi nHiiiliii'iit lo ni foi thf lieiiulU I
I of lilrcri'ilinirs I liurulit remittslull ht.som
liiivltiKuliiiiiiK nuliiM xiiul Kiim t'lioiiK'I'iil
In un; in-1 tln'lr clalniH ut m ulllvu wltliln
H iluyg (roin tlil iliiti-, tiftur uliluli ilittr no .
oliiliiis will ! received
I. II. KKItlt.
I" ijne'i street II iiululll. Muv .'1. It'll.
Ctl.AIMK AHMNST T1IK I.ATK AN-I
toulo Monteiro, ileieiiseil. of llono. I
lulu. Oulm, must Iik iiniM'iilnl to the mi- i
iler-lidieil iluly utitlitiutliuteil wltliln nix '
ii iiii t Ii or tliev will du former Imrreil. i
A. .M iltgt'KH.
Ailuiiuistiiitor ut the KkIuIk of Alitonlu
Montiiirii, id ii-ei. I
Honolulu, Anil '.'.t, Ih'it. ItilT-lt j
DIMllNti .MV AllSKSfi: ritO.M Till;
Hmwilliin Intiimls, .Mr. II l.oi
will net for inn uniler poer of itttnrnev
Krnuleil to lilin li me.
f. o. iiiatciiat
Huiioiiilii, Airll Jil, l'M lul'KIl
Ij'ltO.M AM) AHTIJIt KAIlv. I WII I,
1 .n no lill'scoiiiiiii'teil In in) inline,'
wltliniit my written onler. i
A .1 t'VllTWIIIHlIT '
llniiolulii. April '.'!, Iil iii'I lu
llli.M AMI AI'TIJII ll.Mi; I Wll.l,
I i.i no hlllit imniriiiMfil In in. miiiiu
willioill my rill li nlir.
(IKII M. I 'l'Vttl.-
Uonolulu, lluj 7, lyjl. iu.'7 w
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
t3? FOR FOUR WEEKS-
ICnglisli Wardrobes, Plato Glass Front;
Mnrbli-tnp Wash Stands,
Marblolop Dressing Tables,
Scutch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan .Suites, -Pictures, Etc.
ttoyal Worcester Vasi-s,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Clarut Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
National Cane Shredder
I'AIKNTIIlt UXIiKIl I'lIK LAWK UK I'HK HAWAIIAN Irtl.ANU.-j
pfwwaK, ' m. Mtt:iWm?)r:3
TIIK UM)KUSI(I.NKl) MAVi: IIKKN AIM'OIX i'KD Sill.K A UK NTS FOU
lllll Slllt b'llllkllpl .lnl !lfn IWILL' Itritl'il Ii .1 ! ti.j.i.il'i. milnrs
"" ..- s s ii" 'n "in ii ur i i. i'i i v iiiis'r
Thu great iiilviiiiin;i to lie ili'tiveil frmn the iim- uf (lit National Oank
Siiiii:iiiii an tlinrotif hl ttiililihliiil uiul uckniiwlcilm'il by l'luiiii-rn
I Tlti' luru'i' iiiiiiiIht nf ri.uiii'rit iikIiii; lltfiti in tln Unitftl Stali'i., C'ttlm,
ArinliiK' lti'inlilif, I'lTtt, AiixlruliH nml oUowlinrn, hour witue-s in the
Tlie tisi' uf iim SiiKhiiiiKit vnry lnrm'ly nttejiiuniih the iiiintitiiy of niiif
llit- mill iMit uriiul ('J."i to fit) '.), uUu ilm oxiriiuliuii of juiuv (( tu 12.).
It i- a j; i fat Niifuuuiinl, iimkim; known ut unci' tliu iire-cncc of any
pieii'i. uf iriiti. stnki'h (ruin cure, or Hiiylliiiitc wliii-h wmilil be liulilu to tlmiiuu
Hid mill, ami ullowitt iiniilt liiiie lo ti'inuvi' Mime lvfor iliitiiiiiiiK the mill.
Tlio Hiiur.iinKii i" vnry MnniKb iii.itli', anil fiom tho munntir of itw iieiH
lion it ihiIs ut ti-.irn llii'M' pim'iv of wu.il m iron witliunt often liiunkine; t hr
j Siiiikiidkii; nml if iinyihinn liri'tiks, il ihrimply i-onnof tho kulvfrt or cutturs,
I Mhit-li cud lm iiiii'ky ami I'Cuiiiiiuii'iilly ri.'phu'iil. Tito SiliiKltDKU, u its
l nunii' intlit'iiii-s, wnr llu ciihh into nlirt'tln of viirvinc lnn,lli, puiiec'lly oieic
i inc it. uiul iillotvine; tin-mill to tliorotihly in-is nut tin juii't witlmut re-
1 i)tiiiiiiK' iIh- iiiiinuiiMi t'xlri (Miwer ni'ivniry lo uritnl ui cru-li tint whole
cam. Thf Siihkhiikh iriniiU the i-litcililcil fi'un' uniformly ntul uvculy l
i tin' mill roll, nnil iluo. nniiy wiili iho nri'i-iiy of Hpii-aililif; liu- 1)iu,'ii.m! hy
Im ml ht'twci'ti iho ntilLs, ivIutc ti Kiinilint' i in list-. No xrcutt-'r itnioiint (if
1 hiulor oupiiuiiy is iviuirtl to opi-rutu llm Siiiikiuikii thiiit thai which war
, Milllchjiil fur tlie mill, fin tho nhovo inu-uti-. Wo fnriiirh full worklnu
ilruwinci for tho iiisl.i'.lntiiiii of our SiiiiKiiiiKitH, iiuliliui; any i'oniicloiit n
i uiiuor to Miciirhfiill.x ininll ntul ttii't llicni.
In tirtlfriiti: SiiitKiiiiKHH from un, i1iiiim) noiul hiiiiiII fki-tch, Hltowing lln
iliumi'ltr anil wiilih of tin- mill roll- with which SllitKiiDK" in to horonncctnl,
.iImi the ride (wilier linht or left Imiiil us you fnci t' . delivery nidi) of iho
mill;, upon which the null cnuinc i lucnlcil, hImi tho height front lluor lino
to ix-utur of from mill roll rlmft, nml ilihtuuco ccntor thin blmft to ftout tuul
I ol bed plulu. Tliimn .Slli(Klilu;itn urn now heiiu; ttbcd hy the Hilo Sugar Co.
anil ll.nvi Mill, Kulula, whoro limy uro i;ivlj great mitinfuction.
i ricoii mm lurllior partictiinrH
Ami lie tliu owner of
us line, ii IliiurV ii,
Il In Msvlilf tu ci hi
H. E WALKER,
Akhui, Honolulu. . .
If your ii(icryifii(ii hut emptied nou
( (i good i;it tu renew it.
tuny hu hail by applying to
IRWIN & CO., LU,
.'ii' ,Iicii(j fur thf llminil-iii Itliiwlt,
In the Circuit Court of tho Firm Cir
cuit, Hawaiian Islands.
LN THE MATTF.lt Ol' THE ESTATE
ul MurU O'hulllvnii, lute of Honolulu,
Ottliu, iltvetiseil tostuti-. On nuullng unit
IIIiiik tlie ietltlon of Alirnlniin I'oruuiulex
of niM Honolulu. lUt'citwir of tliu will of
ciilil tcntii i; iriiylii! for un onlor ot tmle of
reiil estate IhiIoiihIii)? to siilil ileeeiixud, snil
iillet;iliu Unit the real etnle ot Mild tuntiitrix
is us follown: I'lircel of liiml, liou-e ami
other Improvements, helnj,' the (amity
lioiiiesteiul nt Kullhl, audii pleco of Innd nt
Kiilioliilnu n.'iir Oulm I'rison, Uitliof whloh
haul luiiil-ure hltimle In llouoltllu, Inluml
of oah , ami M'ttlni; forth curtulu legal
reii-oiMwhy niiiiIi renle.stutitHlioulil ho hoIU,
to. wit: liiiMiltieiem'S of the iiirBOimlty to
exllli(.-iil!ih tlio delits of Haiti estate. It is
liemliy onlereil, tliut the IicIth of huIiI du
ce.iMil nml nil jKirc'itiH intereittil in the
miIiI I'slatu, upiiear liuforo thii Court on
MONDAY, the lllli iluv nl May, X. 1).
1MH. at lu o'clock .v m., ut the Oourt Itooin
of HiIh Court, in Honolulu, Oiihu, then
ami tlietu tn nlum cause why un order
sliouM not ho granted tor thu so'e of nuuti
Dutvil Honolulu II. I., April 13, IMH.
lly thn Court i
Ui7 IUt GEO. I.UOAH, Clerk.
FOR SALE I
A few I'lmlen Puppies for sale from IVill
greed ntoek, Aihlruss
W. It. I.KWIH.
lllll t.KUM Ollleit.
livery itwriiitimi ufJOU I'KIA'VINU
doif nt th HulUtin Ojjicr,