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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER J tSM
Opinion r tk JtUc of th Sprem
Cemrt intlt "Act to Krcnlat k Currency.
Tw tbe Hew. S. K. Jrxpt B H. ArsriN aw!
L McCtllt, Oiiel Jaitic and Arioeiatc
Joslict of the Supreme Cwirt:
On bebalf of the GoreiwoMi I rapectrol.j
cobnut to too tlte qac&lioti Iierein fol lowing
and tcgtliatyoa will firt.r n -with jonr opinion
on Ute potnt.
Tbe fwrtli Section of Chapter III of the
eoicn Laws of IS! reatls follow.
'Whenever it ball appear, Ibat Uiere is
tucli an execs of viWcr coina in circulation at
dutorbe the cnttlibrium between oU aul ill
Tcr coina under tl provisions of thia Act, the
Minister of Finance, in order to restore sacn
equilibrium, shall replace sufficient silver coin
from aiij aflver coin whicli any bo in tlm
Treaaory, either aa (fOTcrnmrnt realization tr
on depositor) account oi an? stiver ccruncucs,
ilb roM coins of lb United States in tie
Bam manner u hereinafter provided in Sec
tions 5, G and t ol this Act.
Inder flection 5 of tbe same Act ilie Minister
of Finance is Ataoriicd to sobstilnte pM
com for all silver coin except ifamttan stirer
Ltoes tuc last sentence in Section 1 wherein
tbo Minister is directed to carry out the previsions
in tbe sane manner as is provided in
Section 5 foibtd or tbo subs tit at ion of
I oitoJ states viu cvin lor lUwaiiau surer.
I have tbe Itooor to be
Yoor obedient servant,
Fa ii Neumann,
Iluoolalu. lcc 10 tli, IsSI.
JCDICIABT Dt.rAttTMKST, t
IIonulclu DOl. Illli, Il. (
T His h'xiTllctrCv l'iL.NUNi, Altvrnej -
Si Tt Juslicm ( tin buprctue turt
bad tbe Itotiof Tcstcfd to rcceito (rboi von a
coniratutitMlioo wherein onr opinion u asked
vn a qnesltfHi arisiiij; upon tbe "Act to regu
late toriemrv, passed vr the Lecisutnre
AsBcminc tLat tbe reqnest emanates from
His Majestv's Cabinet, wc proceed to answer
tbeqacstun stated, which is, in short, whether
Ute foorth Section of the Act is in conflict with
Section five, or as ou have staled it, "Docs
the last sentence in Section 4, wherein th
Minister is directed to carr uut tbe provisions
in tbe same manner as is provided in Section
S, forbid or permit the substitution of United
States gold coin for lUnattan silver."
In order to understand and property soUe
the question presented, the nature of the monrr
in circulation in this kiDgdom al tbe time tbe
Act was passed most be understood
It consisted tf silver coins of Mexico, France,
the United States and of raaDv other nations,
as w ell as of a laro amount of Haw atian silver
com recently introduced.
Lookioz at the Act a? a wltolc, the design
of the law is apparent. It was to make
United Stales cold the circolatinz niediuoi of
this conn try.
bection 1 presenbes that I mtcd States gold
coin shall bo the standard and legal tender for
tbe pajment 01 all debts in Una kingdom.
Sections allows theaiher coin of tbe United
States and of the Hawaiian Kingd'on to be
legal tender tor any amount not exceeding ten
dollars in an; one payment.
Dy Section 3 aU otJkcr gold .ind silver coins
ate receivable at the Government Treasury in
pa j ment of Uo eminent dues, duties and taxes
at a rate not exceeding their bullion value and
could be disposed of at u discount by persons
holding them and having does to pay to the
The next five Sections of the Act provide for
two methods by which tbe siUcr in circulation
as to be reduced in volume and replaced with
United States gold.
In the first place, by of the first part
of Section 5, immediately en tbo approval of
this Act, that is, from and after the 1" th day
of JqIv, before the 1st of December, the time
when the Act in other respects went into effect,
the Minister of Finance was required to exchange,
during sixty days after a notice to this
purport, silver coins of all nationalities excepting
those of the United States and of Hawaii.
fot Hawaiian coin, dollar tor dollar. If the
entire public had availed itself of this provision,
it is apparent that all the heterogeneous
silver in circulation would have flowed into
the Treason-and no silver coins remained in
circulation but those of the United States and of
Hawaii. This action was required to bo taken
immediately on the passage of the Act.
Hie last part ol section 3 requires tuc Min
ister of Finance to arranzo for the sale of tbe
heterogeneous silver thus received and all silver
coins then in the Treasury, except Hawaii
an coins, and thodeliverjcf their proceeds
into the Treasury gold coins of the United
Section 6 makes further provision to enable
persons whose tenders for the purchase of the
silver coins mentioned in section j were ac
ccpled. to deposit Government Bonds as secu
rity for tbe delivery of tbo gold proceeds of
the sale. Section enacts that the loss incident
to the conversion of silver into gold shall
be borne by the Treasury.
Now Section 4, although appearing in tbe
Act earlier than Sections 5 and 6, would become
operative after the act of calling in the
heterogeneous silver liad been accomplished
and might naturally have come later in tbe Act
than Sections 5 and 6. Hut we presume it
was placed thus early in the Act as it has a
pcrmai force and effect. It reads as
"Whenever it shall appear, that there is
such an excess of silver coins in circulation as
disturbs the equilibrium bclneco gold and
stiver coins under the provisions of this Act,
the Minister of Finance, in order to restore
such cnBttlbrism, shall replace sufficient silver
coin from any silver coin which may I in the
ircasnry, as Uoveramcut realisation or on deposit
on account of any sdrer certificates, with
gold coins ot the United States in the same
manner as hereafter provided in Sections 5, G
and 7 of Uiis Act."
To state it more fulh ; U henevcr (that is.
at any time in the future) it shall appear that
there is such an excess of silver coin in circu
lation, (that is, in general circulation in tbo
community) as disturbs tbe equilibrium
gold and silver coina under the provisions
of this Act, (that is, whenever there h
more silver in circulation than will suffice for
tlte payment of debts of ten dollars or less in
amount.) tbe Minister of Finance is required
to replace silver coin in the Treasury sufficient
ir amount to restore the equilibrium, (whether
this silver coin lays in the Treasury as tbe
general funds of the Government or is there on
deposit to meet silver certificates) with gold
coins of the United States. The Act also says
that the method in effecting this is to be tbat
prescribed in Sections 5. t and 7 of tbe Act-
That is to say, the M mister of Finance must
arraDge through advertisement for tenders for
tbe sale of this silver coin in lots of not more
than $50,090 each. It is to te noticed that
Section 4 confers a power to replace silver
coins with goM coins, which is to be invoked
at any time in tlie I dure, and as otten as the
contiogeocy of arcdundencyof silver In circulation
It is also plain that by the terms of this Sec
tion tbe nature or nationality of the silver
coin which must 1 replaced with, -old is not
The Secuen speaks of it as "any sDver
coin, alst. as "coin on deporit on account of
any silver certificates," and Hawaiian silver
coins arc not excepted fiw. the operation of
the authority to contort. In reason there
could be im distincttoo "made, tbe evil to bo
remedied being an excess of silver coin.
In order to aroid io this Section a repetition
of the manner in which this replacing of silver
with cold is to bedtroe. tbe Act aavs brieflv.
that the Minister sliall conduct this replace-
.u 4i. UHUITCI DCICIWUCl J14V
jesty's Government, te have observed a pos
sible danger in tne conversion ot Hawaiian
silver into American gold. This coin for coo-
Tersron into gold is worth only its bullion
value. The intendment is that it shall be
taken to San Francisco and melted. But we
see nothing m the statute to prevent a pur
chaser ot tnis coin at say w per cent., from
putting it into circulation here if he can
his goM otherwise te pay for it-We
trust tbat eer sense ef this danger will
be considered a jastificatioa for going beyond
the subject matter of the letter and offering a
Practical Watctaister asti Jewfiter.iSTEAH AND VACUUM ?DMPS3,
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BRSH ERA CO
mRi.NNAni!ii9ri?n rm n scat. I
Tided in Sections 5, w and 7 of this Act." Bat
as we have abovo suggested, this requires
merely thai the 7nos npemuirV shall be the
same as that pursued in replacing the silver
nrpiirea 10 uc replaced Dy section a, and cocs
net tequire that the subject matter (i. e. tbe
stiver coins) upovi which this method of exchange
is to be pursued shall be identical with
that mentioned in Section 6.
We find no contradiction in these Sections
and are of the opinion that Section 4 of the
Act permits the. Minister of Finance to substitute
XTrntcd States gold com for Hawaiian silver
coin, and requires him to do so whenever
tho contingency of ao excess of stiver shall
In examining the statute for tbe purpose of
answerinc the nacstien submitted bv His Ma
It seems to ss that tbe Minister
ibouki make the sales cf coin under
rbich will effectually prevent such
treatment of the coin sold.
We have the honor to be
Your obedient servants,
i Signed,! A. FSl&scis Jnp,
Justices of tbe Sepreme Court-
Smproano Cort of tio Hawaiian
Jons R. rr als vs. Astosio J Lorci
JiM C. J XCnVy m4 A t. J, J- '
rk &rt to XeCmlJt J.
A bill in equity is brought to set aside a sale
made by the chief defendant as mortgagee,
under a power rt sale.
The argument before us was based on foer
objections to the validity of the sale, as fellows:
" .Firsf. That u Lcpex made no entry upon
or demand for the possession nf the mortgaged
premises and chattels, he neglected the performance
of a condition precedent"
"&rw& Tbitthe advertisement of sale, by
Xopn, did not comply with the terms of the
TkinL That the manner of conducting the
sale, especially as regards the live stock, was
grossly unfair to the mortgagors, and a breach
of the implied condition that the sale shoald
be conducted to the highest advantage of tbe
at L' t ri
ruwrui. uat uctcuuaui
been attorney for tlte mortgagee, violated his
uuues as trustee lor ine mortgagors, by becoming
a purchaser at tbe sale, of divers lots
or the mortgaged property."
The power of sale is In these terms: "Then
tbe said party of tbe third part (Lopes) his
executors, admibUtralurs or assigns, are hereby
authorized and empowered to enter i&to
and take possession of the property and
hereinbefore mentioned, and sell the some
at public auction, first giving three weeks
notice in the English and Hawaiian languages,
in two newspapers published and printed in
Honolulu, of the time and place of such sale,
Hefaalt was made in the payiueot ftbc
first installment of semi-annual tnterol due,
and the defeudait proceeded to foreclose the
tnortrare bv public sale The proKrly con
sisted of sundry parcels of ical estate, cud
chattels described as follows: MA11 that flick
or herd of cattle and their increase r milting
at large iu Mauoa valley or eUewbcre ou tlio
Island of bu and being in butnbet one
hundred itcad more or less and brandol PxC,
thrco bollock carts, eight yokes thirtoci
chaiks Uo fifty head of horses, tnns and
colts more or less and their incrcaee and
running at large in said Matiea orclscwhcro
and branded 1'xC, also fivo horses itt said
Mauoa and branded Ct, and also forty head
of cattle with their increase branded Hi, and
running at large in said Manoa or elsewhere
on the kland of Oahu."
Mr Justice Austin by womo the cae was
heard in chambers, whence tlio appeal is to
this Court, sustained the bill on tbo soooud
and third points of controversy abovo stated,
not sustaining it upon the first aud fourth.
The firs! objection to tbe validity of tbe salu
is uiai mere was no entry upoo or ucmanu tor
the Husession of the mortgaged premises and
To effect a valid sale under power, all tbe
directions of the power must bo complied With,
says Wells J, in Cranston vs. Crane P7 Mass.
463, and this is unquestioned.' The counsel
for tho defendants cite this case as ocr ruling
Koarty s. Mitchell 7 UrayS 13. Wo do not
think it does upon tho point at issue. The
power contained in the first cited case authorized
entry and sale, on the premises after
notice given of the time and place, aud the
Court held tbat entry at the time of sale was
sufficient. Id Koarty vs. Mitchell tbe language
of tbe power was that may enter and take
possession of said premises and may sell and
dispose of tbe same after notice, and tiie Court
say "that it appears upon tho agreed
mat no possession was taken ot nor culrt
made upon the premises nor was any demand
for entry or possession made. We tbiuk euch
entry or possession or what perhaps would 1j
equivalent, a demand for possession and ic
fusil were conditions precedent without whK.ii
no valid aale could be made under tbe pun cr
of sale in tho deed.1' The language of the
power in the case at bar corresponds with tin.'
abovo in requiring entry and possession, bat
not that the. sale bo held ou the premise.
Both cited cases require entry, with the suggestion
in the latter that demand and refusal
might be equivalent.
Tho proceedings upon aale of mortgaged
property without suit arc established b
Chapter XXXUI of the acts of 1674. The act
provides that when a power of sate is
in a mortzace. nncn breach of the con
dition, tbe mortgagee may give notice of his
intention to foreclose by publication for thrco
weeks before advertising the mortgaged property
for sale, "and also rive such notices
anil do all such acts as are authorized or required
by the power contained in the mortgage"
He i, thirdly, to file with the Registrar
of Conveyances, within thirty days
after said copy of the notice of sale an ''affidavit
that he has in all respects complied
with tho requisitions of the power of safe in
relation to all things to be done by him before
selling tbe property." The first requisition
of tbe lo we r of sale in this case was cntrv
and possession. Tbo parties having made
this a condition precedent are bound by it
without regard to any statute not requiring
ii; bo, ii u uau veen maae a condition mat tne
sale should be on the mortgaged premises,
the statute not it requiring, this sale at any
other place w ould not be valid. It cannot be considered
that the statute requirement that three
weeks publication of intention to foreclose
abrogates the condition precedent, if tho parties
haiemado it, mat there shall bo previous
entry and possession taken. The statute provides
tbat besides such notice of intention,
tho mortgages shall also give such notices and
do all such acts as arc authorized or required
by the power.
lue evidence in this case is tnat tho defendant
mortgagee only demanded interest
due and threatened to foreclose. The throat
to foreclose can only bo considered a threat to
take all the steps renuired for lezal fore
closure, among which was making entry. His
demand for debt due cannot be considered an
cntrr or takioc possession. Upon this view
we hold that the salo of the real estate was
invalid upon tbe first ground of objection.
How fir this is applicable to the sale of the
chattels will be considered in discussing the
In rezard to tbe second objection, that tbe
sale made ca tbe twentieth day after the first
publication of the notice was not in compliance
with tho condition in the ututtgagcof
first givin three weeks notice of the timo and
place of sale, wc hold that not less than
was requisite. Tbo authorities
which seem to support the defendants position
are applicable to cases where insertion of the
notice is required to be a certain number of
limes in a weekly new spapcr. They are otherwise
when a publication is required for a certain
period of time, as in this case "after three
weeks notice," not after three consecutive
weekly publications. For the full discussion
and citation of authorities on his head we refer
to the opinion of Mr. Justice Austin.
The teamed Justice also sustains the bill
on the third objection to the sale, as not being
made in a fair and advantageous manner.
This objection applies only to the sale of the
It will not be controverted that the law re
quires the mortgagee in the exercise of his
power to use discretion to an intelligent and
reasonable manner, not to oppress tbo debtor
or to sacrifice bis estate. Ferry on Trusts
We must apply this principle to the facts
and circumstances of every case.
This sale was held at an auction room in the
city of Honolulu. So far as the reatcstatois
concerned we have ro reason to believe that
the sale in town was a disadvantage to tho
mortgagors. It is iu accordance with a custom
of long standing. It would te inconvenient
and a disadvantage in many instances to
conduct the sale of real estate on tbe premises,
especially if there were sundry lots at some
distance from town and from each other.
Important sales and auction leases arc raaje
in Honolulu of estates situated in all parts of
the Kingdom. And if the previous notice is
long cnoogb there are many good reasons to
support this practice. Honolnln is the head
quarters d" capital and business. The Begis-try
of deeds, tbe Land office and the Surveyor
General's office are here. Surveys may be
conveniently inspected and information, obtained
at the auction moms or attorneys offices
during all the interval between advertisement
and sale. We do not disapprove of tbe
place of sale of the real estate in tbe present
The cattle, horses, carts, etc. remained as
described in the mortgage quoted above, tbe
homestead of the premises being within three
miles from town. They were advertised as
00 Jiead ol cattle, more or less, brataed 1'xC
and running at Manoa It is testified by
Mr. Castle. "There was no possibility of
knowing what the stock was no sto:k was
presented. Thev w ere sold in lots of ten and
perhaps (some) in lets of twenty. There was
some controversy, i consider there was a
sacrifice. Tho whole property was worth
S20.000." Tho plaintiff Sylva savs "I had
30 good milch cows $45 is the lowest price
loragooaroucncow none oi me
was present at the sale no measures were
taken by defendant Lopex to drive them to tbe
sale I proposed to drive them to pen Lopez
said "o. The cows sold for ?20 with their
calves no description of tbe horses given at
the sale two lets were sold of ten each, bringing
$100 and $110 severally."
vte might cite other evidence. It is convincing
that there was a heavy sacrifice.
Was it necessary? We think not.
It is said for defendant that tbe cattle could
not have been driven to tbe auction room.
Tbat is true. Police regulations would not
permit it; but they might aud should have
been collected on the mortgagors, premises.
Intending bidders would net have beca prevented
from atteadicg by the distacce. It i a
true, as counsel says, there might have Icen a
.reater crowd attending at the sale in the an.
L. -n Twm, but perhaps no greater number of
l.udcrs, and they it is who make a sale. The
salu tf Xhz cattle etc could well have been on
a drt.rcnt day, to permit a full attendance
I .1) bt tuo real estate sale and the chattel
sale The property should have been on view.
Hcpercn Juiicial Sales Section 15S3, and the
citation from Herod vs. Hartley 15 HI. 58,
Chief Justice Treat saying "In tbe sale of
personal property on execution the property
itself must be present, Bidders should have
an opportunity cf inspecting the goods and
forming an estimate of their value. This is
the only way to secure fairness and competition
at public sales. It is necessarj to protect
tho rights of both debtor and creditor. It
should also be in the power of the officer to
deliver the property forthwith to tbe purchaser."
Freeman on Executions, Section 290.
The mortgagee not only sold the chattels in
lots, not on view nor yet divided into lots, but
without so much of an incentive to competition
as would bo given by a first, second or
third choice ol lots of classes or sorts, e. g.
the first choice of ten milch cows although
t litre is authority, Waring vs. Xoomis 4 llarb.
4M and good reason to hold that a sale of a
selection of say 13 sheep out of 21 or 22
Tbe rule of using every cllort to sell to the
ttcst advantage will be applied with a consideration
of tbe circumstances of tho country.
It might be allowed hero to sell the remnant
of u "brand," tbat is all cattlo or horses bearing
tbe brand which could not with reasonable
expense be found and captured, running semi-wild
in the mountains.
Iu the case before us it was reasonabto to
require tbat tho chattels should be gathered
on new at tho mortgaged premises and sold
with divition and identification.
As such a taking possession was requisite
fi c . proper sale we need not consider whether
it a mortgage of chattels it is necessary on
1 -i jch to take possession, or w bother tbo
reverts to the mortgagee by force of
law. Tbe third objection is sustained.
Having found the salo invalid both as to the
rcjl estato and tho chattels it will not bo
t.c.casary to diseu the fourth point.
As bearing upon all these points is tbe circumstance
that the plaintiff Sylva gavo his
c ul tu tho sale as it was made. But in tbe
prvsciit ease ii is not uecessry to consider
how far this cured objections aud bars him
from now claiming that the salo should be set
aside, for ho was not the solo, mortgagor and
is nut tlte solo plaintiff. The other mortgagors
gave no consent. They had an interest in tbe
adraulazcotts salo of Svlvas estate and chat
tels, that tbey should realize enough to satisfy
the debt and interest without necessity of sell
ing the separate uropcrt v of tbe
Tho decree of tho Court in Chambers is af
V. W. Aahford, for plaintiffs; F. M. Hatch,
Honolulu, December 10th, 1651.
BREWER & CO.
JUST RECEIVED !
"Wliicli will be Sold at
LOW RATES !
l.li: W WI i. U I'UF tan-
LARD, iii 5 it 10 lb. PAILS
in nii;iti:i.s ami casks
Tar1 and Pitch,
Iii Casks for Family Use.
Fairbanks Platform Scales,
.WIS AS, 10,17,18 k
A Choice Selection of
Ii wlo ii Carts
Xi'W Stk'$ of Carriages,
EASTERN MADE OXCARTS
C. BREWER & COMPANY
Cold Drinks foryoung& old
Superior Ginger Beer,
Donnollys Root Beer.
Donnolly's Spruce Beer.
10c. per bottle
10c. per bottle
10c. per bottle
T.. Tors nr ran! plraamt inrf hf.llllt".t
Vrpra. laows Tliv reiur and p.rifj th blonA
wtiich rrnilrr. tti.ra ont oalj.B cxcclltot drink bat
ri for InTBilJ.. .ni wiii npt. rrllly q.cBCD thlrt
Candies ! Candies !
He air mid-- L'rram. am) 1 mraMrl. all varlMlir.
Irra dally. nrlfxtlon or Imported Candlrs.
thaw ("t tehraiid Boston aromatic
1lilj ii. tho mark : MTS and BON-BOS!
Smoke! Smoke! Smoke!
Mr thi lBt ib town, conic aad i"s tot
Aafican HjiTisaaod celebrated
kBitBd' tinn on haed. Chewln? tod
MBoktoe Tban rut f.ui sod plaj Alt varieties. oT
( at tht I'.rr uula
i .. Robert Donnolly.
Visiting San Francisco
AS flSD THE
Hawaiian Papers on File
AT THE OJTICE OF THE
S. F. Merchant.
I - I.-.k, Dt::turifa ud faf7nBatloa ca
C. R. BUCKUUCD,
Editor A Proprfetar
" S. r. MAn t."
J. m. OAT, JR.,&Cos.
: 38 if
MRS. A M. MELUS,
FAJthionxMe Dm and CloaJc HAer.
. 4 T tr , Uua .alst. H. I.
Arrival of the Iron Ships
and " Clan Grant "
Have EccEivcd by these Vessels
And other Late Arrivals.
the Following :
An Asst. of Dry Goods
co.NsisriNG in run of
llarrocl.s Lone Cloths arul other tntiul:
w bite CuttooA. LiQbicachca i.vtton.
l'nnt. ow stvlcs, Iat oolts :
Itrown Iiinen I'nlls, hilo Linen Dact.
Crown Canvas. IUk J: CUI French Merinos, all
Gratiesi Uloe nnJ
V LAUGH A&3T.OF UKUSS t.UOI. Ml K.
SatlQ. bilk lllbbuns. Vv'.vot,
ITnionanJCuttun IastnJiM i.m.t.
Handktrchicf. Whit anJ "..!, Lrts.
Merino UnJershirts and lr.L. r.
Ladies Underwear. Linen and t 'nit . iwi!.
All qaalitirs and style . h in i I. n-
InuL Iaoe Cdjins and Inwrttons.
J.rooL,t.VOTds.bpoo Cotton, CuaKt.' UM iU.
iSnxtl Cotton, Tiekini;, lUao Denims,
Maetinito Netting, 'M inch :
Rubber Coats & Leggings
All Sizes, AVeicMs, VtuIiik -. uul i. uUr .
Velvet & Tapestry,
Rugs anil Mats',
A FEW OF THE SUV SLIU.
XA 1 VMi
Merchant Canvas !
Filter Press Bags 22 x 36
We make this on? of oar and
havsn Fall Stuck f
Sugar, Rice & Coal Bags
Which we aro selluu al U.ttum 1'ui.w.
ENOUSli. UAW.V1IIN M
a, ft. and 7 ard .
Eitra llMTy. imrted Widths ,
Ladies' & Gent's Saddles
A complete lino whicti tre ar 'H.lluiK
Tea Kettles & Sauce Pans
Assorted faizes . do Fry Fai.,
Butcher Knives, Knives & Forks.
Tin Plate, Sheet Lead.
Galvanized Water Pipe. : t - m.
WHITE LEAD, various qualities;
BOILED OIL, TURPENTINE
L'tGauffe,C7,8and9 ft Length-'. Galr
Screws and Washen Oalv litdjin.
Yellow Sheathing Metal, and Nails
Annealed Fence Win. runt
Wire llant Guanli and Aichts.
With Fish l'Utu. IlolU .:id .S.ik,
Both Square and arch ;
Lump Rock Salt,
:t to li inch widths:
AN AbMJIUlIEM OF
--i ii .i -
Worcestershire Sauce, trait J if.- C-i uti I iriar.
Sods, Spices. Etc . I'Ac , l.lc
T We havealiojntt R'Crnld it ;
Bleached & Brown Cottons
27 to ; mebt
Fncy I'rists, IHae Dmnjj,
Canton Flannel n. Men'. Witii u'a and
Children;. Uoot mid Shoes. ize and
Styles adapted to this
A LAKGE FUESU ASSOIilMENf OF
Crockery aadGUissvart. (K. I'lck1.
Plantation and Mechanics' Tools
1 II P u i , II I'
Gorsace'a Soap, two qoalitic". m l.x. mf 1 Kirs
aou uu itara.
DEPOT rnl: DUEL I' E . -
Best Welsh Steam Coal
COKE, FLfXJIttNO 1 ILKS.
IM 4c . Ac.. Af.
No. I 134 I I5FORT STREET
BENSON. SMITH & CO-
House and Lot
OX JCDD STREET. IIOXOH l.l .
oppnviir Jlr Hartwr . , .,tl
Ttcrr I BobKtrrTi'warrmQ'l IIoiv n Ht fnxl
had trert aoI wiUiUpw r Ail
rosM. atxtttofearof maUral Imr (&
Fowler's Patent Tramway,
IS iKRtnd lii II lit.
WithPatent Steel Sleepers
(Ptiitrol 3bttrtisfliitiits. J
SHSfSaftiaip SOS Gsuxr Srsxrr, fiax raAvasca. Ct-H :.jE $wi
TSJSlwJ v"' XN i. afT7a CPoJoctea nr Cmafli rhr and awpoBV,, wP ?J3B
t 'ml rT!jsl5Sf akV a - oi4 urtM to m rwtM Sttatw rAjfc t 5H
VWJK r,Tyir"' t, t53:s7fca irrsuxa ssrtmitxcK. pnfrct mrtbo4 aolm - , 3H
jgljr H!Lft0.?V I -Ml -ff turn Btl, ftklM.MI4T.IUdrk fMvUaTlV.m 'JMT
jir fl- m B S,lfWr.OlA nmrrm aiwltlMt; mt Utm MUi.wil. jWt m
ir"T r04BXlalb.Tlir.IM SaJnipcnaaosaUy cund sod ttir; ',gM
AT - eJE; g wwiwrwd rrom U arstcm tot lux 3Ht3 Ml
. ysat&M felWs tr a4 3 -' -
gffi g tnm SECtsseser uy cans. spMdi)j,tatrj
kai!laiMlr'tprlrcvciaallUMoM .... :gji ,H
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S BiKJimtTiiiirti.mk7rwiiiwnlr rTntond dimnUtOMrato SJ:B .
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1 H tatalnerrUef rNewhTripclUysnlldIt mi diMwwn. a l m 'A
rT 1 rwtaiiT tr tul. TbDu r wUIagrf tCoffctt Skltttor H ::::7 4
j.' ltsW cw padrtaaen. poi cnrwl. allwril. llowm IWIj, froo flfr a I
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BVrbuEm,sHin!EjfniCSHBinco!uioR0 $1 '1
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nrrnTiwtlyprTBtliritafirffnuat!TStfm "";; 1'ff
X - . . .iB tan um nrm. atmutthvna th mitarln. rhrka tho Jjf -.- - f . I
nw, tnrtjrontr U whole rttln aud tetom UX 3 - . I
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GROSS GUT TOBACCO f
W. Dukes &
FOR PIPES AND CIGARETTES
At the Old Stand. No. 8 Kaahuiuanu Street,
N, OOPPEE & SHEET 1R0I W01KES
PLUMBING, in all its branches;
Artesian Well Pipe, all sizes;
Vat .-vi. ii. JU-d ilium. Uicbutuod. Tip tp. 1'aUoc. Flora. JLty. output. Orand True,
Ntw liivil. (rr. Derby. Wren. Dollv, Ovjwj. iaccn, ransey.A ArmjlUcj.MaKnarhnrtcr.nuck,
Santnor. M.inet, Almeds "Eclipse. Charter.Oik. MmWe. Inwwidanil Lanndry Klovw,
O.ilv iiiijxd Irn and Uoilcrs (or lUnsCs. Granite Iron Ware. Nickel t'Litrd and Hain ;
Galvanized Iron Pipe, all sizes," ana laid on at
lowest Rates: Oast Iron and Lead Soil Pipe,
House Furnishing; Goods, all kinds; j
M m.U. HOSE-ALL SIZEb AND (JUADEK.
Lilt and Force l'murn. Cistern lan)pt, UAlvanizcd Iron, bhrcl Copper, Sbx.t ladtd.
Iad l'tpc. Tin l'late, Vjitr ClowH, IMarblo Slabs and Ikiwlit. Enameled Wafib Stands,
Ciiandeliers, Lamps, Lanterns
li'uixsi'.i '1' 151 'SKI'S! 1'uusskS !
A Large Invoice of the Celebrated
JPi'oxxx tlio Factoi"y.
Wc llavo Especial FACILITIES lor Adjusting TRUSSES.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts., 6c 59 Nuuanu St.
Have Just Received the I argest
LOT OF PERFUMERY
KVEK nil'UUTKI) 1XT0 THIS KI.VCDOH, fOMl'l.l.SlN'li
Over Fifty Different Odors of the Celebrated
Odor-Cases, Fancy Boxes, Bottles, &c.
Hollister & Co.,
Agents ror Tg -i ora
59 Nuuanu St, and Cor. Fort and Merchant St. .