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WKTSESPAY, DECEMBER 5t ISM
Opinio of tko Jmtlc oT the Scprn
Court on the "Act to RrenUto tie
Tv tbe Hob. A. F. Jr, B H. ArTU ai
L. McCtliT, Ciwl Jee J AmocwW
Jasticts el the Sepcewe Ostt:
. beUlf o( the goTifiiet I RspectfalW
cabout to to the qenliua hereia folioniss
iJ bog tWt re wiM Utot iri A JWK
The fesrtk Sediea of Clpt VIII of tee
i!jk Lavs ef 1551 reads as fbtkvs:
"WkeatTer it ktt per, tht there is
sack as exnss of eftTer eote ckealiUeo u
dutwfes the eilemat hetwees seM J lit-
Ter ect sa4er the proTistess of Chu Act, the
XieisteT ef PiD, is enJer to restore sach
etjailibriaai, shall reflate ssEcteat silver cota
roa ut cflrer cota akh aaar be the
Trcaiarr, either as GoTeraaaeBt reaUzitica cr
oa deposit ea iccuaa: of oar silrer certiSeates,
vitk W coats of tke tanen states u lit
soe auaser u hereiaifttr pnTijed ia
3, 6 aad of this Act."
Cajer Sectioa S of tie k Act the
of Ftaasee is anthemed to sabstitate pi
cots Sjr alt fBrac cota exaf stirtr
Does the last eeateace ia Seetm 4 vherein
the Xiaister is directed to earrr oet the
ia the aw aaaaer u a provided ia
Sectioa i iwhad or permit the ssbstttstivn of
Carted Slates ld cota for Hanuaa silTtr.
I hare the honor to be
Tear hedaeet aarraat,
UoaoMa, Bee th, 1I.
Jciciikt Vkfamthsst, I
Dec. 11th, 1551.
To Hw KxcetleacT Xecx.vkn, Attotaev
star The Jaeticn of the Sapreate Cvort
had the hoaor Testerdar to leeeif fioaa too a
toniamnic itiea vheten oar tM u asked
on a qaestiea arisiac sfon the "Act to regulate
(be CaneacT," pasted bj the LefiisUtme
Asiuaoag ttit the reqaest emaaates from
His Xajestr'a Cabiaet, we proceed aaswer
the qaestioa staled, which u, is short, whether
the foerth SectioB of the Act is ia conflict wilt
Sectioa fire, or as tob hare stated it, "Dees
the Us: sentence ia Sectioe 1, whereio the
Miaister ts directed to carrj oat the proTisioes
ia the time raaaaier as is prarided ia Section
S, forbid or peraat the sabstitatioe of United
States gold coin for Hawaiian silrer."
Ia order to aadersUad asd properlj solve
the qaestioc preseeted, the nature ef the dmwct
id drcalatioB is this kiagdom at the lime the
Act was passed Best he
consisted .f silrer coias of Mexico, France,
the faited States and of bust other oalkjes,
as well as of a iarje asaoeot of Hawaiias silver
cota receetlv tatrcdeced.
LooJcic; at the Ac: as a whole, the desia
of the law is appareat. It was to matte
faited States gold the circalatiag mediam of
Section I prescribes that Coiled States goM
coin shall be the staadard and legal leader for
the pavsseat of all debts in this kjBpiom.
Section 2 allows the silver cow of the United
States and of the Hawaiian Kiagdoot to be
legal tender for aav aaaoant sot exceeding ten
dollars in anj one payment.
Bj Section 3 afi odttr geld aad sdver coins
are receivable at the Government Treasury in
payment of Government daee, dsties and taxes
at a rate sot exeediac; their ballion valae and
eoald be disposed of at a discoant by persons
holding thekt and hiving daes to pay to the
The Bext five Sections of the Act provide for
two methods by which the silver is circulation
was to be reduced in volame and replaced with
United States gold.
In the first place, by force of the first part
of Section 3, immediately oa the approval of
this Act, that a, frees and after the 17th day
of Jaly, before the 1st of December, the time
when the Ac: in other respects went into effect,
the Minister of Finance was repaired to exchange,
daring sixty days after a notice to this
parport, silver coins of all Batioealhies excepting
those of the United States asd of Hawaii,
for Hawaiian coin, dollar tor dollar. If the
entire psblic had availed itself of this provision,
it is appareat that all the heterogeneous
silver in circulation woaM have Sowed into
the Treasury and no silver coins rersaiced in
circulation bet those of the United States and of
Hawaii. This action was required to be taken
immediately on the passage of the Act.
The last part of Section 5 reqaircs the Minister
of Finance to arraage for the sale of the
beteroceneoos sdver lass received and all sil
ver coins then in the Treasury, except Hawaii
an corns, and lae .delivery ot tneir proceeds
iato the Treasary gold coins of the United
Sectioa 6 mites farther provision to enable
persons whose tenders for the pcrchase of the
silver coins mentioned is Section 5 were accepted,
to deposit Government Boods as secu
rity for the delivery of the gold proceeds of
tse sale. Section enacts that the loss incident
to the conversion of silver into gold shall
be borne by the Treasury.
Now Sectioe 1, althoegh appearing in the
Act earner loan sections 5 and 6, would be
come operative after the act of calling in the
neteroceBeoas silver bad been accomplished
and might natarally have come later in the Act
than Sectioss S and S. Bat we presume it
was placed thas early in the Act as it has a
permanent force and effect. It reads as follows:
"Whenever it shall appear, that there is
sach an excess of stiver coins is circulation as
distarbs the eqaHibriam between rold and
silver cotsa under the provisions of this Act,
the Minister of Finance, in order to restore
sach eqatlibriam, shall replace sufideot silrer
coin from any silver cota which may be in the
.treasury, as txoveraeent realization or on de.
posit on accoent of any silver certificates, with
gold coins or the Lmted States in the sane
manner as hereafter provided in Sections 5, 6
and i ot Uos Act-"
To state it more folly : Whenever (that is,
at any time in the fatare) it shall appear that
there is sach an excess of silver coin in circulation,
(that is, is General drcalatkn is the
comaiunity) as distarbs the equilibrium be
tween gota ana silver cotes nnder the provisions
of this Act, (that it. whenever there is
more silver in circulation than will sorace for
the payment of debts of ten dollars or less in
amoast,) the Minister of Finance is renaired
to replace silver coin in the Treasary ssScient
ic amount to restore the equilibrium, (whether
uns stiver corn lays in tie Treasary a3 the
general foods of the Government or is there on
deposit to meet silver certificates with gold
coins of the United States. The Act also savs
that the method is effecting this is to be that
prescribed in Sections 5, 6 and 7 of the Act.
That is to say, the Miwter of Finance mast
arrange through advertisement for tenders for
the sale of this silver coin in lots of not more
than $a4,W4 each. It is to be noticed that
Section i confers a power to replace silver
coin? with gold coins, which is to be invcted
at any time in the future, and as often ai the
cootiBgescy of a rednndeacy of silver ia
uuon snail arise-It
is also plain that by the terms of this Sec-
uoo the nature or nationality of the silver
coin wtneb mast be replaced with, sold is not
The Seclieo fpeaVs of it as "any silver
cota, alar, as "coin oa depcrJt on aecocci of
any silrer certificates," and Hawaiian silTer
coma are net excepted frori the operation of
the authority to convert. In reason there
could be bo distinction trude, the evil to be.
remedied ticz an excess: of silver coin.
In order to avoid ia this Sectioa a repetition
fifths n..... .Ui-.l. .l: t e r,
"n,rfc u wuku mu reptaexsg oi silver
with ctU is to Le dose, the Act un brieflr.
that the Minister alial! cosdnct this replace-
" me same manner as neretsafter provided
in Sectiong 5, and 7 of this Act." Bat
as we have above incrtsted. this rermirH
Btcrely that the nuxfas wraWi shall be the
ssme as that pnraaed ra replacing the silver
inrirei vt lc reputed by Sectioo 5. and does
Bat require that -the subject matter (i. e. the
Mir coos i apoi watcs tnis rsetsod of exchange
is to be pursued shall be identical with
tut ncrJtosed m Serlwn 6.
We Mnd no coritradiclion in these Set hog
and are of the opinion that Sectioa 1 of the
Act permits tha Minister of Fisaice to substi
tute United SUtca gold com for Hawaiian
cots, and requires hira to do so whenever
tne cooUEgerxy of aa excess of silrer shall
In examining the statute for the purpose of
asswensg ine qaestioa lutmmed by ills Majesty's
Government, -we have observed a pos-
mis uugci iu uie cosveriies ot uawaiias
silver into American gold. This era's for
into gold is worth only its bullion
value, ibe intendment u that it shall be
takes to San Francisco and melted. But we
see nothing in the statute to prevent a
cnaser ot uus coxa at 60 per cent, from
putting it into circulation here if be can obtain
his gold otherwise to pa r far it
We trust that our lecse of this dourer will
be considered a jastiScation for going beyond
m soujeci raauer ot tne tetter aoa cnenng a
asggesticn. It seems to as that the Minister
of Finance should mite the salts cf cota nnder
conditions which will ctectsally prevent sach
treatment of the cuts sold.
We have the lienor to be
Tour obedient servants,
fSigned,) 2u Vbjjscu Jri,
BKriauw H. Arsrar,
Justices cf ths Supreme Ccait
Ssprcmo Comrt oX Uio H
xa uaaco uctoaoi
Jona K. Silt a it alj vs.
Ji C. J-
tU Giwrt ty Hi
A bill in equity is brou
raade bv the chief defei
under a power f sale. "
The argument before I
objections to the validity
" first That as Lcpcx ,
cr demand for the possessc
premises and chattels, he
forctasce cf a condition, pr
"jewni That the adve
Lcpex, did not comply w
"TkinL That the rsasa
sale, especially as rvrgards
grceslr unfair to the rnertt
of the implied condition'
be conducted to the highe
"J-Ww. That defesda.
been attorney fer the raor
duties as trustee fer the
coming a parchiser rt th
of the mortgaged property.
The power of sale is ia t'
the said party of tne thin
by authorized and empot
and take pwseaston of the;
tels hereinbefore raenticna
at public auction, 'first )
notice in the English and
ia two newspapers pablis
Honolulu, of the time and
Default was made in t
first installment of semi-a
and the proceed'
mortgage by public j
sated of sundry parcels1
chattels described as folhtr
or herd of cattle and tbel
at large ia Mjuim valley a
Islasd of Uaha and ben
hundred 'xrad mere t teat
three bnllock carts, eirtitl
chains jUo fifty head of
colts more or less andt
rsnnisg at large in said J
sad branded PiC,
Manoa and branded Ct, t
of cattle with their increas
running at large in said M
on the island of Oahc" i
Mr Justice Austin by w
heard is chambers, whecc
this Court, sustained the
and third points cf ccatroy
not sustaining it sport the
The first objection to the
is that there was no entry;
the possession of the mortj
To effect a valid sale u.
directions cf the power mi
says i) ells J, m Crasstcs
163, and this is ncqueetid
for the defendants ate this
Eoorty vs. Mitchell 7 Gray
think it does upon the poi
power contained ia the firs
crized entry and sale, oa
notice given cfthe timei
Court held that entry at th
sufacient. In Eoorty vs. l
of the power was that
possession of said premise
dispose cfthe same after n
say "that it appears- upa
that no possession was )
made upon the premises no
for entry or possession mat
entry or possession or whal
equivalent, a demand for
fusal were conditions prece
so valid sale could be mad
of sale in the deed." TbJ
power in the case at bar cc
above in requiring entry '
not that the, sale be heh
Both cited cases require et
gestion in the latter that
might be equivalent.
The proceedings apon
property without suit at
ChapterXXXIU of the act
provides that when a now
taiced in a mortgage, npen
diticn, the mortgagee may
intentios to foreclose by poi
weelcs belore advertising u
perty for sale, "and aUa
ami do all sach acts as are
quired by the power contai
age. Us is, thirdly, to
gtstrar of Conveyances, i
alter sard copy of the cotu
fidavit that he has in all j
with the requisitions of the
relation to all things to be c
selling the property." Th
of the power cfsale in thi
and possession. The par
this a condition precedent
without regard to any stab
it; so, if it had bees raadej
sale should be on the mo
the statute not it requiring
other place would not be vili
sidered that the statute reqr,
weeks publication of iate
abrcgates the condition prect
havu made it, tint there!
entry and possession takes?
vides that besides suclijfm
the mortgages shall also giv
do all such acts as are aatho
by the power. S
The evidence in this u
fendont mortgagee onlyi
due and threatened to foreel
to foreclose can only lie cost
take all the steps require
elosure, among which was't
demand for debt due cannot
entry or taking possession!
we bold that the sale ofjthe
invalid epos the first gro
How far this is applicable I
chattels will be considered i
In regard to the second ol
sale made on the twentieth t
publication of the notice w:
ance with the condition in
first giving three weeks notic
place of sale, we hold that no
days was requisite,
which seem to support the de
are applicable to cases where
notice is required to be a ct
times in a weekly newspaper,
wise when a publication is re
tain period of time, as is this
weeks notice," not after th
weekly publications. For tht
and citation cf authorities onl
to the opinion cf Mr. Justice J
The learned Justice also I
on the third objection to the s
made in a fair and adrant!
This objection applies only to
It will not be controverted
quires the mortgagee in the
power to cse discretion in an
reasonable manner, cot to opp
or to sacrifice his estate. P
Wemrat apply this princip
and circumstances cf every cat
This sale was held at aa auc
city of Honolulu. So far as thi
concerned we have no reason
the sale is town was a disadl
mortgagors. It is ia accordane
torn of long standing. It woalt
eat and a disadvantage in mas
conduct the sale of real estate oi
especially if there were inndrj
distance from town and trot
Important sales and auction Is
in Honolulu of estates sitoated
the Kingdom. And if the prej
long enough there are many g;
support this practice. Honolnt)
quarters of capital and bosinesi
try cf deeds, the Land cfEce anc
General's oface are here. Sal
conveniently inspected and ia
taiaed at the auction rooms or
fiees daring all the interval bcttr
meat and sale. We do not disJ
place of sale of the real estate j
The cattle, horses, carts, etc
described is the mortgage quot
homestead of the premises beic
miles from taws. They were
ICO bead of cattle, mere or less,
and running at Manoa &c It
Mr. Castle. "There was no
knowing whit the stock was t
presented. They were sold in 1(
perhaps (some) ia lets of twenty
some controversy. I consider
sacrifice- The whole prepert'
620,000." The plaintiff Sylva
30 good milch cows $15 ia the
for a good milch cow none of t
was present at the sale no m :
taken by defendant Lopez to drii
sale I proposed to drive them to!
said Ofo.' The cows sold for &
calves no description cfthe bci
the sale two lets were sold of led
ingSlOO and SU0 severally." I
VTe might ate other evidence
viocing that there was a bear
Was it necessary? We think not.
It in said for defendant that thi
not bare been driven io the ai
That is true. Police remlitioni
permit it; bat they might and
Lees collected on the mortgagor!
would not bari
Tented froca attending by the dial
true, as counsel says, there might!
crowd altesdiag at ine salt
A Tramp's Teas Stay,
''I remember a Trcrtderf ul case as came
.nader personal obeerralion when 1
vfus HrsTvlin" in East Tencssee. 1
struck oca ol them little mountain towns
oco tine vrhea they ttuz holding connty
court. Every man had a bottle of moonshine,
and they wm all feelin' mighty
happy. Finally they got a lectle bit too
hilarious, and a fight sprang up betwixt
a great big driller and a leetle bit ot a
wiry feller. Thobig duffer could 'a eat
the littla feller up, clothes and aE, but the
first thing he done was to pull out one of
these old pot-metal knives and jab the
blade into the leetle feller's neck It
vrent in right alongside the jugular, and
then it bent kinder round and under it.
Yhen tie big feller went to pull it out ho
ripped the leetle feller's jugular right into,
and you oughter seed the blood ny. It
squirted about twenty-five feet. As the
leetle feller dropped everybody in the
crowd cried, fJhhe's a goner; his jugular
vein's cut,' and they expected to see him
croak inside of three seconds, but there
was one of them mountain doctors there,
and to look at him you'd think he didn't
know a jugular rein from a trombone.
'Stand back' said he: 'gyre me a chance
at him,' and he elbowed nis way through
the crowd to where the leetle feller lay
breathin' his last. He pulled out of his
pocket somethin' as looked like a crooked
uamin' needle, and then he fished around
in the wound until he caught hold of both
ends of the jugular Tein and pulled 'em
out. Then he tied the ends tight with a
piece of thread to keep the blood from
squirtin' out until an old feller in the
crowd whittled down an old pipe-stem
to make it fit in the jugular. When it
was shaved down small enough the old
doctor inserted the pipe stem and tied the
ends of the rein tight around it- In less
than two minutes that leetle feller was on
his feet and looking round for the feller
that cut him.
You mean to say he recovered V
u Course he did, and you'll find the case
recorded in the medical works. Only case
of tha kind eTer heard of in America."
"And the pipe-stem never bothered
uXo; only it made him sick at the
stomach, at first. The stem was a good
deal stronger than the kind he had been
used to handlin', and it made him a leetle
bit dizzy for a few days." Ltxittttlt Commercial.
A smart, pithy or humorous definition
of ten furnishes a happy illustration oMhe
proverbial brevity wmch'isthe soul of wit.
A boy once said that " dust is mud with
the juice squeezed out-" A fan, we learn
from another juvenile source, is u a thing
to hmh mm off with :" and a monkey,
ua small bov with a tail:" salt 'what
males your potatoes taste bad when you
don't put any on;;" wakefulness, "eyesall
the time coming unbuttoned r" and "ice,
water that staid out too late in the cold
and went to sleep."
A school boy asked to define the word
"sob" whimpered out: "It means when
a feller don't mean to cry and it bursts
out itself." A youngster was asked to
give his idea of the meaning of 'responsibility."
so he said : 'Well, suppocing I had
only two buttons on my trousers, and one
came off, all the responsibility would rest
on the other button."
To hit off a jury as "a body of men organized
to find out which side has the
smartest lawyers," is to satirize manyof
our intelligent fellow-countrymen." The
word ususpicion" is, in the opinion ot a
jealous husband, "a feeling that compels
yon to try to find out something which
you don't wish to know." A good
of a 'Pharisee' is a tradesman who
uses long prayers and short weights;" of
a humbug, uone who agrees with everybody,-"
and a tyrant, "the other version
of 'somebody's hero." Thin soup, according
to an Irish mendicant, is "a quart of
water boiled down to a pint, to make it
Of definitions of a bachelor "an unaltered
man," "a singular being," and "a
target for a miss," are apt enough. A
mav be described as "the
iiM man's strensrth and the TOUnr? man's
weakness;" and an umbrella as "a fair
anrl t onl weather friend who has had so
manv tins and downs in the world" A
watch may be hit off as a "second hand
affair ." and spectacles as "second sight"
or "friendly glasses." "Fashion" has been
cleverly hit off as "an abitrary disease
which leads all geese to follow Jn single
file the one goose that sets the style,
Prof. Austin states that nearly all gas pipes
are ptrviona to carbonic oxide, ami that to insure
safety they should be galvanized or
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. i. ft.snoiaisivi as t,ea waicnes
3C3XU1 vU --- ...
tha roopins revelry beneath tho glisteaing
berries and listens to the waits carolling outside
ia the moonlight, or as he is vratened on
Christinas morning hS the hashed patter of
children's feet in the passage, and the sny
music ot children's voices at his door, may
well seem to hear a more celestial strata,
to catch a deeper meaningo the worts
Abraham was, I am.
Oar modem Chnsanas is mu i -strange
medley of Christian and Pagan rites.
After the conversion of Britain to i Christianity,
the teachers could not entirely free the
converts from their cherished superstitions
aI observancu, and &
ceremonies. Xo 'fesUval of the year shows
more plainly such an intermingling iraa
Christmas. These festivities.were onginally
derived from the Eoman Saturnalia, an occasion
that was narked with rejoicing, and
where even the slaves, allowed u, be free fer
the time, were waitea upon uj i
Afterwards came the ceremonies observed by
the BriUsh Druids, and, stilt later, incorporated
with the grim mythology of the ancient
""camc the mistletoe, regarded with the
, . .: theJJruias,
almost eiici"" " o
. . . - .
who went forth with pomp and "joicinK to
gather the mysUc bough. So came .the Yule
log from our acanainvnu "; ""
drew it in triumph from its resUng place in
tho woods, sure that its flame would burn out
old wrongs aad from its ashes wonld anse
better promises for the future. So, too, the
brimming wassail bowl, in whose liquid de-
oiaieaas auu nun"- -----. z.
pins . r .,
Lried forever. An ancient belief is i still held
in some parts of England, mat buuiukui.
.Christmas Eve the cattle m tho stalls fall
down on their knees in adoration of the infant
Saviour who was laid in a manger, that
bees sing in their hives, and bread then baked
never becomes all .nature nnitcs
, , it at.- f fTtTlt
in ceieurauos tuc mu.
In the Bonaa Church, masses were held at
raidnight, at daybreak, and at a later hour. A
superstition prevailed that at this time the
powers or daritss could exert no ievil
The crowing of the cock Ibrough the
darkness put them all to flight. This idea is
expressed by Shakespeare.
It faded on the enrvita ol the cock.
Some .2V that ever ca&st that season comes.
Wbn our Saviour's birth is xelebratexi,
And then, they say, no spirit can walk abroad.
The rJchU are wholesome; then no planets rtrike,
No fairy takes, norwitenbala power to charm;
So callowed and so jrraaoua is the time.
An ancient castom is the singing of carols.
In the earlyages of the Church they were sung
t r.n rl.ritrnas TJav. but later by
the children going about on Christmas
n- I ..fwn In thA lAffT dl
irg. Jeremy iajioi, -
thus gives the authority for this
custom: "As soon as these Messed choristers
bad sung their Christmas carols, and taught
the Ctarcri a uymn to pot imo w "-
ever, they returned intoheaven." And surely
if the angels' song A lost Mtsewhere, why
should not children End tho echoes and still
sing the refrain?
When Chris t was bora of Mary free,
Anal Sana tiers with rairtu and glee.
.i. tri(. aruf SinLa CllXUi
f x. jjx j Man Vrm ihA ttuddle aim.
Tbcr coao to vs Uom Gcnaaoy.
mas lias always ueca ij'
son for tho children. Here the tree was resplendent
with light, and giftit were brought by
bearing the name Krah
corruption of Christ Einklew, or the infant
Am r. -, - rntmur ontHthroufut only
cniia. muii "i""" w , -
rods of correction lot tiecaoghty ones, but,
finally, the two were nnited in the generotis
S?'tSta facts and kindly wolofoor
own bt. Atcboias,
Tat ratiottcueti, rropritioe of ikt I
JtPIOjVF? hi K.
STEARIC ANDY FACTORY!
Dut to iBfortt pttoa a4 tha pKi (
A NEW TACT0RY & BAKERY'
Oa & nicV act tittatm tcate wkkh Is a ta tall i
oprntioa. xd U eompitte wwiu;
order bj aa tMj xxtirxi of ntw Xac&Utrr "" To-
And la noir Prwpaxed t o Muu&c titr
Clioioest Pure Candies;
Vanilla Chocolate Creams,
Rica Nngat, In bars t
Sugar Roasted Almonds I
CREAM CANDIES, great variety; 1
Cum Drops, and
Cum FruIttBon Bonsl
Of alt dtjcrlftloas. All taw ItaswMsxe'tirsa sod
pare CeatceUoas, I s!l mt ao ceau per ttouo.
RICH WEDOIFie CUE OF TNE FUEST FUVOR
In ail sli aln.j oa tu&l, and orsaaaatci
Is tae most arUftic stjlc
MINCE PIES always fresh
Home - Made Mince Meat
Tor Sile it 50 Outs per Fi0.
Will receive per Ccasado the ballade of wj mw
maeMaerr of tae avest dlvs fer mif ActvtagraM
descriptions or pUla Ciadlv.
TniaUs; tae pabllc fer prerlovs Uerl pstnateq
sad solklusr a contlnaiace ot Uesoaie.
mctlcil CaafeeHoaer 4 rttry Cooi.
- THE OLD STAXD, Tl HOTEL T.
TELSrnoss ,v. it. r.o. sox so. 75
Following Goods Just Received
EX LITE ABRIT.1I.M1
Blaok Frenoli Merinos,
Ladle' and GBt CmorelUf.
Linen aattliij. line sirkt.
Lidlei' snd ?nt's llJlety.
lEnttraUknd Chita Tsfcle; lovers
Ladies' & Gent's Underwear,
"Woolen fciCotton Shirts,
LARRE ASSU 3IEST f
White Linen- Shirts and Collars,
Wool Dts tioodl. ...
Ladies' lilts, trimmed and nBUlmmed . 1
Zdgingrs and Insei'tions,
.1 yixE toT or 1
SCOTCH TWEEDS, 1
New Designed Prints,
Ard a Grert Vuletr of both.
English and. American Goods
LAINE & CO.
If AVE A UlRGE BTOCU Of THE
Hay, Grain, &c.
WlllCU Is OFTERED AT THE
Lowest Market Prices
110 DElMnEn FREE TO MI PART Of THE C1T1
AUEYTS roil THE
Pacific Mntualldfe Insurance Company,
Agenta for the "HOOVES TELEPHONE."
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS
The InderearBed, Provnetor of thi
STEAM CRHDY FACTORY
Desire to inform hit ntio.ii and tht uaoiMjri.sir
"' "".". UK aS Eitrcrr.li
cllco'i" "' huh ' BOW "' ""'
On a mnch ui,n
,, , K. . mmiiMi, wnrklttff or
And is now Prepared to MonnTacturc
Choicest Pure Candies
And wi'l Blwari h" oa hsnd hu IJtlieloos
Vaniila Chocolate Creams,
Rich Ifagat, in bars;
Sugar Roasted Almonds
CBEAH CANDLES, great variety;
Cum Drops, and
Cum Fruit Bon Bons
RICH WEDOIHS CME OF THE FINEST FUVOR
In !l ilKS hr.T on kd. sad oraomenled
in tao aiost snistlc
MINCE PIES always fresh
Home - Made Mince Meat
7or sole st per round
Coatoelo iho u.Ueo( "2J
BUtklaeri of tkinow.K dlrn for moaBf sctBrfai; all
decrl;tlons of pUia
the pnblle for prenooi liberal
xod oliciUliz B eoatrBBBoeo ot theraaie.
Coafeeuoaer X euin C'k
CST THE OLD STASD. Tl HOTEL ST
TP.t.KPnOSZ So. T4 I' " 'JI " '
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
llonolulu bteam Planing Mills,
Esplanade, Honolulu, H. I.
Xaanlac'axct all ktad of
Blinds, Sashes, Doors
and all kinds of Woodwork Flolh.
Turning, Scroll and Band Sawing I
Jla.1. laa.' -
Plaaiag and Sawing,
Horticing and TenanUng.
0BDEHS PROMPTLY ATTZNDED TO
And Work tiaaranfceU.
Orden from th- otker Iiianda aoHelud.
HoaolVs, Jlr a. ttM. "" T
C. C. STRATEMEYER,
SIGN WRITER & GLASS EMBOSSER
TO THE LADIES
1 T r c 1 ! to 1 4uirw taal
r;nintW MJL M.ENT3 f
J 1 tan-on-! i dmpr ! i
Embroidered Silk Screens
Of tbv to i Botit'fal (.uIVsKmI ol
Bedspreads & Table Covers
Kji. - J--J -Ilk ; Jspaao"
A Lm Vritt of
Of tar r ree.l. rMrtb tin
la color ad p ALSO
' Porcelain Rgures, Japanese Tea Sels,
, Tete-Tele Sets. Butter Dishes,
Ash Receivers, Silk Lanterns
Silk Embroidered Kimonos
Easels, Carved Wooden Cabinets.
Hand .Screens, Trays,
Wall Pockets. Parasols, Fans,
Paper Mats, Photographs,
OF JAPANESE SCENERY, Colored & Plain.
A LABOE SjKLBVTJOS or
Japanese Bronze Jewelry
Sleeve Buttons, Chains. Scarl Pins, Etc,
e- ALO rmrtT'.r t,ood wlisMe foe Howo
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
Tuvsmitii & Hooper,
HA HP WAKE :
CAJiriSKLlVS skvt dlock,
FORT STREET Opi'
P. O Box.D I
1 Wildrr Jtl o
C. C. STRATEMEYER,
SIGN WRITER & GLASS EMBOSSER
ca- REAR OF HO. S3 KI1G ST. " a
Tcteaaete aeis; uuiier uisnes, r
Ash Receivers, Silk Lanterns
Silk Embroidered Kimonos
j Easels, Carved Wooden Cabinets.
j Hand .Screens, Trays,
Wall Pockets, Parasols, Fans,
I Paper Mats, Photographs,
A NEW 1TACT02Y & BAKERY OF JAPANESE SCENERY, Colored & Plain.
A LARGE 'SI.ECTIOS OF
Japanese Bronze Jewelry
Sleeve Buttons, Chains, Scarl Pins, Etc.
OS- tmlietr ol lood .niUble for Hoom
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
TiivsaiiTH & Roofer,
VOItT STRBET, Co
IHP0BTZ2. MASOrACTtraEE D7B0LSTT3SS
ADD CZA1Z2 IS
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tta er Ktt " f Of "' SI "" I h
. BHMADBtai9 CAltm. Oidee, fr tk. otter J.u.4. p,0s,ptlvslii4te
, . 4
2 I f I
Stationers and Nows Dealers,
llnwallrm aaets lllwt.'JT Jtrreliautsi.
Hiw Jwl HiMtvioa Msrtfoss. ta
AMOffO WBtVK XAT Ba,fjtxn
k' mm Bm,i.
rail Bod. iuir
-swain; ,t.. bu, HjfB
. t BotSB tll.l
la (mi. wa kan taavSMas tmti
OFi'ICB LrlTTKU SCALBS,
cARTatw tmrtso n.i
la , alaa). H asats a4 (aaea,
AvtfBtaAta rractlf. ('Mffia 1
AKMOUTS Wrltlac rtaw.
STSrrtflWfl ia qaana na iw
nattaa rrfaw lak.
JttCIUtcr. 1 lBath.,iaa4crv.
rwsoM VadBKv aatttt.
JI .UtS" COM BOO K.H t
1IUU tall ssaad sad aatt kaaaa.
Uus1 Coaatktf fiM,
llSN,a HULULUAI IB STOW 1
raoar rvftcia. uism a rMii. ic
lilt llVI.Xd lMftrt 1 dIub ad a
Hulls OotBll rBBTT.
MOtortA Dim BOOKS, bus Mr,
blppU( TBa,1'rls Tbo.
Invitation Paper & Envelope to match.
Ball PrsT8iie i'ardt, Foaeiai aad Tumi.
LETTER PRESSES, LARGE & SMALL ;
naMet Bands. U !,
Aad aiBj otaer snlelM too BnaMraas la awanoa.
PBaot or Xaaulao pbJId. t tbm. MwTK
all tao laeal rapsn sad Xaatalaao. Souls. Bnak
rfdo. IaU)v LlWafy.oie. lnrs on boad, aaa sattlal
r 3PBCHL Orden Rrcelred for BOOK9. RV
RED IUUHEK STAMP AUEXfY !
tad AxobU for tne Snryclopdia Brlttanic.
Iff All Island onirf SI il Prompir "S
J. M. OAT. Jr. & CO
lui tf umi Bleek.lt Monaoat !H.
NEW and STYLISH
Ladies' Underwear and
lvTunr Alamidi ii'J itair La c Arrival-
Or FORT STREET.
Bea to inform tk Lidln ol HoaolalB aad Uw otao
lilaaa last the hat now oa iow tao LAKSSbT ad
MOST BLEOATT Awtuaea ot las Lstest srvlo of
wbii jaiiaa to taa waan
woSllottodwtta Can. i
ol ibb brata of BaaoralB
Coatarisod la Mrs. WlUOatoa's Stock aujr He fonnd
ISFAJtT A.VD t'HII.IIItE.tlH
CLOTHING of all Descriptions,
Foekot Book., boot Lcatttr
Lodics OuM Bracelou.
Pt, Sarrln, Ac i
Imported Hits and Boaacte, Ulut M,l- with r'n,
en, Foalten, Blbkoaa. A. to BUtrh
. utsT Booorrmoat of CBUarans' ikliool IUt
VOCBf. "BR ITOU TBTietT OI MBer UOfMlf to 1 m't
o 10 nnnoB. 10 wniea o iBspoetioB of th'
If eordlsllr innttd.
MRS. DAVIS, wbo. excel lent UU . Villin r
will kaowB to Ike LadlM, still esathiaestu ur., hi
IkeUdVawDlHivolkelrTnaMtnitdonr in th, -:
and moot faMlOHMa ssyla.
Call and See the Novelties,
lauviiBN auao. .
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IH (ajBBBaa. ifiasBai rm
in ,rt. saJ . m . . ,
MfJCIIl(:Rl In qtj pi, 'i pu and coaf..
Ferfoet XnclU' I'1 t
JA3 uooks :
WllS fan boaad aad halt bound.
10x14 foil honad Bad salt Donna
Jlana'a Copvlnu I M" '
IT2S 4c 1HH.IICIM 1 In stoat Tarietlw;
IiniWISU PAVIint pl!n sad mooBtcd.
BtuiiU Dotoll ru'
US V LLO VES I IWIW BMortod ,
rUTIWvASim. ronnaconici to i '"
TIMB BOOKS, Bwortcd; Oaatraod Label.
Shipping Tac. Tonrl,t Ti.i
Invitation Paper & Envelopaa to laBtea.
Ball ProTimme tord Pencil-and 1"" '
LETTER PEESSES, IAEGE & SMALL ;
Bakaor Bands, all iar .
11.u1; r.,Lt!. Bau.
Aad maajr other atllcleo Um anntcroBi to aieiitioo fj
or Maculae naMjiBod. at anjr tlaaf. AtooJ"'
all tae LocaTpapeto and Xseasiaao. Soaatdo. Brook
-U V '- - '. - m. hna anil .OCCul
. aIIIX Wa""7. aab. a.n , wm r
aaaiaeta aoat far 10 order. . . ...
Order- Reedved f.r WOKS IK
UE1) KU11DBU STA3U AUKNCY !
sad AgenU for Ike BrUannic.
loiaaa orowB bjhso rroaipuir -
J. M. OAT, Jr. Si CO
WW tf liilirn Block.aMeteha .1 -
SUCUr CTYI IRH
Lad es' Underwear and
tf ilia. II ....aula l,.,l lllll III.
MrS.W. H. WILKINSof
TUB rASIIIOMILK I
Of TORT 8TKEET,
Bon to tho Ladle ol lloaulaia jo'I
ItbfcCsMstaaairoaolowIlM L AIM, EM std
MBsrF zlahlOTTBiurfaioat of Ike lift Vi
Ta bo fsaad la Lai eilr and oil. adiyt.dlo ih osirBt
nonasra. isooo woaas won selected win ATr. vm
wan aallo. la Uw waota of tk LwDeoof Ilonoiiiia
Coarprlaed ia Krt. Wirklaooa a stock mar ! '
CLOTHING of all Descr'ptiol
Book-, keel uiu
lot Oold &"! i
MRS DAVIS, 1
wall kaoaa v tko LdiM. ihicto
tkaTilBialoXDawulait.wft ,, . H.,
th Ladtaa will lOve fMlr T- 1 1 -
iaJ BUBl rsLBlBlASuKlBt TfltTttt
Call and See the Woven
Iminttrd llato sad Boaaoiii. lohat vyi i with j