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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JANUARY 18, 1892.
The Scene of Much Windy Oratory.
C W. Ash ford Renews His Love
for the People.
Speeches by K. p.. Thomas, Buth, tike
Bellowing Bull and Othera-A Fiah
monger Out of His Sphere.
party held an open-air meeting at
Palace square on Saturday evening.
The number of people present must
have been at times in the neighbor
hood of four hundred. Among other
Hon. J. E. Bush said: Education
is of no account when the Queen con
descends to meddle with politics. The
premier is so heavily in debt that Sam
Damon leads him by the nose. A
queen demands respect, so should the
judiciary; but when a queen leaves
her high station and interferes with
our politics, she has overstepped the
bounds of propriety she has dignity
no longer. J. S. Kekukahiko: Polo-
lei that's correct. We are not con
trolled by the sugar planters ; God
alone is guiding our party into a safe
haven. When I was governor of
Kauai I slept with plantation labor
ers, in poorly-ventilated rooms; my
object was to discover their treatment,
ami I regret to say that they were fed
on something worse than salmon.
They did not have morning meals at
all. I hear that J. Poe has sold his
birthright to T. R. Lucas, and that
worthless creature of the last legisla
ture will run in his stead.
S. K. Aki: Friends. This is my
maiden appearance before an im
mense gathering like this. I have
no knowledge of law and am entirely
ignorant of economical questions. My
only qualification is my common
sense to judge between right and
wrong. I am a member of the Hui
Kalaiaina, but as they are harboring
measures which would endanger our
independence, I have opposed them.
C. B. Maile: I am not accustomed
to facing any large audience. I have
been brought up as a fishmonger a
seller of salmon and dried lish. That
is my real sphere, but as you have
honored me with a nomination I shall
endeavor to aid Bush and Wilcox, our
redeemers. If elected, creeping mailes
(vines) will shake the very founda
tions of the legislative hall. I do not
know anything about law, but I do
know our grievances.
E. B. Thomas: Gentlemen. This
is the first time I ever addressed a
large audience under the open canopy
of heaven. Many weeks ago the .Me
chanics' Un ion barred out professional
men from their society, but lawyers
are now on their ticket. They say
that they have no ax to grind. Do
you believe them? Voices: No! If
you vote for me you expect no sub
sidy, no boodle practice done by me.
The platform shall be carried out to
Hon. W. H. Cumminos: Aloha.
Bribery is now in vogue. If others
should practice corruption by offer
ing you money, accept that gratui
tous offer and vote for us. The Consti
stution has heaped sorrows upon me.
It is better for you to vote for the
biggest dunce on earth than to vote
for a talkative cuttlefish. Crie3 of
"Bullock" from the audience. Have
patience with me, gentlemen. I have
been requested to talk against time,
so that the interpreter may have
ample time to rest his jaws. The
other night Bush and myself fell
into a ditch. Audience: You have
been baptised; do it again I am
told that the proposed treaty now at
Washington allows the ceding of
Pearl Harbor in order that we may
have a one cent bounty on sugar for
C. W. Ashford: Gentlemen: A
meeting such as we have to-night is a
splendid evidence that you hold
liberty in high esteem, and it is your
duty to see that it is not wrenched
away from you. I have contended for
the retention of liberty by Hawaiians
because I love you. If you elect me
from the Third Ward, I shall contend
still more for the retention of your
liberties and the uplifting of your
rights. I come before you to remind
you that the Liberal party is under
definite promises. The leading fea
tures of our platform may be summed
up in two words: Equal Bights. Un
der the present Constitution, you are
not enjoying equal rights. You have
not the equal right of suffrage. Gen
tlemen, we are as far west as we can
possibly be in this world, and the
civilization of the west is far superior
to that of the east. Those people
pressing the retention of the Consti
tution ignore the poor and set the
rich above the poor; that's not right.
The Government is more corrupt now
than the time when the people took
to themselves to abbrogate the Con
stitution and set up another. Now is
the time to return to the eternal
principles of justice. You were arbi
trarily deprived of your liberties in
1887. That Constitution was never in
tended to last long. The expectation
of those who participated in it was
that there would speedily come a new
constitution which the people would
demand, and I submit that I hat time
has now arrived. But thai, class of
the community who are greatly bene
fited by it oppose it. It is a pleasant
thing for some to hold ten times as
much political power as their neigh
bors, but it is not right. Inequality of
the franchise is one of the serious blem
ishes that now deface the Constitu
tion. Many desire that the native
population, the natives of the soil,
should have a new constitution, for
their voice is the voice of the people,
and the "voice of the people is the
voice of God," and God must be
obeyed. But some men say: No. It
is good enough for them, so they ex
pect it to be good enough for you also.
They put me in mind of an ugly sav
age nurse who had charge of an ill
and crying child. A pin was sticking
in the child's face, and the child cries,
but the nurso whacks the child on
the head expecting to whip the
child into silence. Laughter. So
with the Constitution; the native
says the child is crying because
the pin of inequality is sticking in
his face, and the bad nurse, the Ad
vertiser, says "you shan't take
it out! Stop crying, you little
child!" The Liberal Party is pledged
to remove that thorn if it is in its
power to do it. Remember, "where
there's a will there's a way." What
ever you want you 'should have and
you shall have. There is a class in
this community that imagines that
the world the solar system is made
of sugar. I don't believe it. I have
heard of the moon being made of
green cheese: laughter that idea is
all exploded now. The sugar plant
ers would nave you believe that the
un, earth and; stars are all made of
sugar. There are other industries
that need protection as well as sugar.
The Liberal Party is not opposed to
sugar interests, but we do not want
them to u tterly destroy the rice indus
try simply for the purpose of having
a few more shekela in their pockets.
Thev propose to introduce East India
Coolies, who can be fed for fifteen
cents a day for each man. They fa
vor importing Asiatic rice free of
duty. Now this comes closer to a
Hawaiian heart. If foreign rice is
introduced, the rice industry could
no longer be produced in this coun
try, and the value of your rice kulea
nas would go up in smoke. You
would lose the rental with which
some of you support a family. Will
you vote for sugar barons then, who
would rob you of your support? That
eccentric old lady, the Advertiser,
fed by missionaries, who teach their
children to pray: "Oh Lord deliver
us from Bush and Wilcox," has the
cloven hoofs of a devil. Bush has do
cloven hoofs. You find that every
"day inthe camp of sugar barons. Bush
and Wilcox have the temerity to up
hold the cause of the poor against the
rich. In every age of the world it is
a universal fact that the poor an
al ways oppressed by the rich, and
Hawaii is no exception. The rich
proposes to keep the poor under his
heels. Those who preach the gospel
of socialists are the only ones who en
joy equality. We do not oppose the
treaty; if the proposed treaty be ben
eficial to Hawaiians, we will vote
with both hands, but we will not
vote for a treaty that would cede one
inch of Hawaiian soil. Less than
two years ago I had the personal
honorof defeating a treaty parti ngwith
your territory forever. I resisted that
treaty provision. 'I do not want to
throw away that last vestige of right,
merely for boy's play; that's
not right, but a curse. It is
difficult to attack the principles
of the National Reform party because
they have not advanced any now.
We have advanced our principles and
we have men who will support our
platform. When men say trust them
and not the platform, you are not
safe. The victory is in your hands,
and don't let the opportunity pass, for
heaven only knows if ever you would
see the time when under the Ha
waiian flag you'd vote for representa
tives again in this country. Every
vote against the Liberal party is to
stab the independence and life of the
nation, and to flood the country with
East India coolies. American and
European laborers would be out of
employment which is next door to
starvation. We want no East Indian
nor Japanese by the thousands bring
ing small pox with them cheers.
Every vote against the Liberal party
is a vote in favor of Asiatic labor and
ceding Pearl Harbor; its a vote in
favor of the bayonet clause, and of
bringing foreign bayonets to quell
you in case you resist tyranny. We
want a new constitution. A consti
tution should be like rain and sun
shine, given lor the benefit of both
rich and poor. If you want to enjoy
every blessing, vote for the Liberal
party; if you want to avoid danger
and disaster vote for the Liberal
party. This is a momentous time; its
the last time you will vote indepen
dent y as a nation, I verily believe,
unless you send men against sugar
barons. The right to vote is the
highest trust on earth, and if you
abuse that right, you must not ex
pect to be preserved. The Liberal
party has no ax to grind, no planta
tions to flood the country with Asi
atic labor to drive out every other
labor. Our party is poor, yet we out
number the rich by ten to one. We
are hostile to no industry, but
friendly to all, if sugar barons but
kindly recede from their greed. We
have no railroad boodle to hope for.
Aloha oukou. Prolonged applause.
J. W.Bipikane: Gentlemen: Pardon
me if I address myself first to the
electors of my ward. Are you all
here? Let me ask you, do you want
a new constitution? Few voices: yes
I only hear a few voices. Mr. Bul
lock cannot live under this constitu
tion. Oh, I want to annihilate it!
Mr. Kaulukou has said something
unfavorable about me. If he is here
in person I'll knock him down with
my fists. I've got more brains than
he has. Henry Waterhouse is going
to run against me in my ward.
Throw him away, he shouldered a
rifle. Bipikane is no fool. During
R. W. Wilcox's trial for treason, I re
duced the Judges to nothing. I asked
one question; the jury were dis
missed and the Judges fell. Was that
the work of a fool? If we are elected
to the legislature, we'll cut up the
crown lands into homesteads and give
them to you for nothing. We shall
give you an acre apiece.
S. K. Pua: If the dragons gain the
victory on election day we shall have
just cause to bewail our misfortune.
None but us have the welfare of our
mother country deeply rooted in our
hearts. Cecil Brown insulted me the
other night at Waikiki by calling me
a goose. My arguments were too
pointed for him, and the only way he
could get out of it was by calling me
a goose. I can make him feel who I
Hons. 1). W. Pua and Marques and
Messrs. S. C. Dwight, Sam Mahelona
and Abr. Fernandez, candidates for
the Road Board, addressed the meet
ing in the order named.
Hon. D. W. Pua concentrated the
force of his hostile remarks upon the
president and the members of the
Board of Immigration, heaping con
demnations upon them by the thou
sand. He said the Yamashiro Mara
ought to have been confiscated for
bringiug small pox.
The remarks of the Road Board
candidates were marked by good
sense throughout, quite the reverse of
many of the previous speakers. One
of them expressed regret that other
Hawaiians, self-nominated, were going
to oppose them, but concluded his re
marks by citing this quotation:
"Make no Pamano i ka io pono,"
Pamano died by the hands of his own
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Carbolineum avenarius does not
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The following is an extract from
the London "Building WTorld " :
" The Directors of the Palatine Rail
ways say of Carbolineum Avenarius:
1 Two boards cut from one and the
same piece of pine, one of which for
the sake of experiment was painted
with Carbolineum Avenarius and
the other loft unpiunted were buried,
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For sale by The Hawaiian Hard
ware Co., Ld , Fort street, opposite
L. J. Levey,
Lessee and Manager.
SECOND ENTERTAINMENT !
Tuesday Even's, Jan 19
OF THE ORIGINAL
THE GREAT WIZARD OF THE NORTH.
His New Entertainment a Great
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The Charming Cautatrice and Second
Sighted Sybil in a Marvelous Trance!
Startling Clarvoyancy !
Mystery, Song, Music and Mirth !
8eats Can now ho priirpd nt tht
office of L. J. Levey. 2973-2t
Y. M. O. A. HALL
Under the auspices of the Y. W.
C. T. U.,
On Tuesday, Jan. 19th
At 7:30 P. M
MRS. FLORENCE WILLIAMS
Will give a
Stories of tlie 3?oets
Admission 50 Cents.
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
Stockholders of the Maui Telephone
Co., held on January 9, 1892, at Kahului,
the following were elected officers for the
Hon. H. P. Baldwin President
Hon. R. D. Walbridge. Vice-President
E. B. Carley Treasurer
F. L. Stolz Secretary
L. M. Vetlesen, Trustee for ensuing year.
H. O. Treadway, and Thos. W. Everett,
Trustees for ensuing three years.
P. L. STOLZ,
Kahului, Maui. Jan. 9, 1882.
2973-tit 1410-1 1
A Good Investment !
A PIECE OF LAND WITH 4
Cottages on Vineyard Street, rented
for $28 per month. For particulars
apply to L2954-lm J. M. VIVAS.
THE VERY DESIRABLE RE81
dence located on Kinau street near
the corner of Pensacola street, pre
sently occupied by P. P. August Ehlers.
House contains, parlors, dining room,
kitchen, three chambers, bathroom, pan
try, veranda rooms and ample closet space.
Possession given December 1st. Inquire at
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
2897-tf Fort St.. opp. Spreckela'.
GEO. H. DOLE.
Of Riverside, CaL,
BEING CONSTANTLY IN RECEIPT
of letters of inquiry from the Hawaiian
Islands regarding real estate in Southern
California, has decided to offer his services
to the people of Hawaii as Agent for
purchasing orange ranches and other real
estate, either in Riverside, or in any of the
neighboring towns. Reliable and unbiased
information furnished upon application.
N ( T1C
y SANG HAS BOUGHT THE
Banana Farm situated nt the corner
of Beretania and Punahou streets, former
ly belonging to Don Sing. Wo Sang will
not pay any of Don Sing's debts. Wo
Sang takes p-wvssion on Thursday. Jan.
21, 1892, at 1 o'cioek. 2970-lw
ON ACCOUNT OP THE CO-PART-nership
of H. H. Williams & Co., soon
expiring, they notify all parties indebted
to them to make payment as soon as con
venient, and all bills six months old and
over due and remaining unpaid jby Jan.
15th, will be placed in the hands of a col
lector. H. H. WILLIAMS & CO.
Daily Advertiser 50c. per month.
1st: DISTRICT OF HONOLU
LU, 2d PRECINCT.
MEETINGS OF THE INSPECTORS
ill of Election of the 1st District. 2d Pre
cinct for the purpose of correct ug the
election roll or voting list, will be held as
SATURDAY, Jan. 23, lsJ2, from 2 p. m.
to 5 P M
And on MONDAY. Jan. 25, 1892;
TTESDAY, Jan. 26. 1892;
WEDNESDAY. Jan. 27, 1892, and
THURSDAY, Jan. 28, 1892,
From 7 p. m. to 9 p. m., at the Beretania
Street School House.
(Signed) J. ALFRED MAGOON,
H. S. TREGLOAN,
GEO. W. R. KING,
Inspectors of Election.
Honolulu. Jan. 18, 1892. 2973-5t
jjtU DISTRICT, OF HOXOLU
LTJ, Sid PRECINCT.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Inspectors of said Precinct shall
hold three public meetings at the Reform
School, commencing at 7 o'clock in the
evening, as follows:
ON WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, 1892;
ON FRIDAY, JAN. 22, 1892; and
ON SATURDAY, JAN. 23, 1892;
For the pnrpose of correcting the electoral
roll or voting list of the Precinct by add
ing new names thereto, or striking off the
names of such voters as have died, re
moved from the precinct, or otherwise
become disqualified from voting in the
said precinct. If necessary, adjourned
meetings shall also be held at tne same
place not later than the 28th inst., of
which due notice will be given at the last
W. L. WILCOX,
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1892. 2971-5t
2d DISTRICT OF HONOLU
LU, 1st PRECINCT.
rpHE INSPECTORS OF ELECTION
- will meet at the Building at the en
trance to the lower Nuuanu Reservoir,
ON MONDAY, JAN. 18, 1892, from 4:20
to 6 p. m. ;
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20,192, from4:S0
to G p. M. ;
FRIDAY, JAN. 22, 1892, from 4:30 to 6
P. M .
SATURDAY, JAN. 23, 1892, from 4 :30 to
6 p. m . ,
For the purpose of Correcting the election
roll or voting list of the Precinct by adding
new names thereto, or striking ofl' the
names of such voters as have died, re
moved from the precinct, or otherwise be
come disqualified from voting in the said
pneinct. If necessary, adjourned meet
ings shall also be held at the same place
not later than the 28th inst., of which due
notice will be given at the last stated meet
ing. By order of the Board of Inspectors.
J AS. G. SPENCER,
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 1892. 2970-5t
5th DISTRICT OF HONOLU
LU, 1st PRECINCT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Inspectors of said Precinct will
hold six public meetings of two hours each
day at the Tramway's Co.'s Building,
corner of Kamehameha School grounds,
commencing at 7 o'clock in the evening as
On MONDAY. January 18, 1892;
On TUESDAY, January 19, 1892:
On WEDNESDAY, January 20, 1892;
On THURSDAY, January 21, 1892;
On MONDAY, January 25, 1892;
On TUESDAY, January 20, 1892;
For the purpose of correcting the electoral
roll or voting list of the Precinct by add
ing new names th:reto or striking off the
names of such voters as have died, re
moved from the district or otherwise be
come disqualified from voting in the said
precinct. If necessary, adjourned meet
ings shall also be held at the same place
not later than the 30th of January, 1892, of
which due notice wiil be given at the
By order of the Board of Inspectors.
M. R. COLBURN,
Honolulu, Jan. 12, 1892. 2972-td
American and Enropean Plan,
Hunting Avenue and Exeter Stbrxt,
Boston, Mass., U. S. A.
LocKted in the Fashionable and Beau
tiful Back Bay District.
Containing 250 Rooms, single and en suite,
It is but six minutes ride by
horse or electric cars to the shopping
and amusement centres.
CtfFive minutes to Providence De
pot the terminus of the Shore Line R.
B., Fall River, Stonington and Provid
ence Boat Lines.
(flP Passengers via Boston & Albany
R. R may leave the train at Hunting
ton Ave. Station, within one minute's
jSFHoWA Porter will be in attend
ance at trains arriving from the New
York and the West.
F. S. RISTEEN & CO.,
Refers with permission of P. 0. Jones
and Win. Parker .Tones.
2951 1406-1 m
FROM AND AFTER
this date we wiil not be
responsible for any
freight after same has
been landed. Parties to whom freight is
consigned must be a; the lauding to receive
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Honolulu. Sept. 5. 1890. 9836-q
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Mele Alapai and John Alapai, her hus
band, having conveyed all their Real Es
tate, excepting their homestead in Pala
ma, to the undersigned in trust, they no
longer have control over the same; and
that all rents due the estate must be paid
tome; and that I will not be responsible
for any debts or obligations contracted by
either of said parties.
CHAS. T. GULICK, Trustee.
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 1892. 2970-3ta
A Last Chance at
THERE THE ROAD LEAVES
Kapiolani Park on the east, it
passes a few houses and then comes out
on an open space skirting the ocean.
This is low and level at first, but further
on rises to higher ground, whence the
views eeaward, south and west, are
genuine Vistas of Hawaii. The
lapis-lazuli of the deep sea, starred with
the sails of passing vessels, breaks into
turbulent foam where it. meets the outer
reef, and " sliding its snow-white and
swift avalanches" into the inner lagoon,
the waters, taking their tone from the
corals below and the skies above, now
break forth into an extravaganza of color
as they hasten in subdued merriment to
the ehcre of yellow sand. " In stillness
far away, like phantoms, rise the hills of
Waianae," while the bald-headed sum
mit of Diamond Head looms up behind,
almost over you, with startling distinct
ness, but with a benignant and fatherly
Besides this ideal environment,
Aqua-Marine enjoys some substantial
advantages as well. This strip of land
between the road and the shore is di
vided into ten large lots, varying in size
from half to three quarters of an acre,
each one fronting makai on the sea and
mauka on the road for from 100 to 150
feet. Government water is laid on along
the fronts of these lots on the road. The
sea-bathing is not very good as regards
the footing on account of the coral, but
can be improved by dynamite ; as re
gards the sea-water it is first-class. The
trade winds are not shut off by Diamond
Head, but, sweeping around the south
east side of the bluff, blow freshly across
these lots from the sea, the wind being
perceptibly cooled by its passage over
the water and carrying with it the tonic
quality of the salt spray. The reef is a
famous fishing ground, and the fish are
free to those who can circumvent them.
Shellfish are abundant and ambrosial.
The road skirting these lots is being
extended by the Park Association, and
further on has been carried high up
along the face of the bluff, giving a wide
and beautiful outlook It is to be con
tinued around Diamond Head returning
to the Park on its mauka side, and when
finished will ba one of the most pictur
esque drives near Honolulu, abounding
in a great variety of delicious views.
The tramway is to be extended
through the Park, which will bring it
within a five minutes' walk from Aqua
Marine. If the Oahu Railroad is extended in
this direction according to its prelimin
ary surveys, it will come within a few
rods of these lots, which would bring
them within fifteen minutes of Hono
lulu. Lots 1 and have been sold to Mrs.
Henry Bertelraann for $800 a piece, and
show wonderful improvement from the
few months' attention and irrigation
they have received. The rest are
offered for sale at the upset price
of $800 a piece, with the exception of
lots 9 and 10. When bids have been
received for three or more lots, an auc
tion sale will be held.
The title is fee simple, and'Jcrms
will be cash, or one-half cash and
the balance on mortgage at 8 per
cent, for one or two years. Deeds
at the expense of purchasers.
A chart of the Lots is on exhibi
bition at my Salesroom.
jElThese Lots are marked on the
ground with stakes showing the numbers.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ASKYDUR GROCER P0R
THE VERYBESTAND CHEAPEST
BREWER & CO., AGENTS.
Steam Soap Works,
T. W. RAWLINS, - - Proprietor.
WANTED KNOWN ALL OVER
the Islands that Thus. W. Raw
lins, the only Practical Soap Boiler in
all of the Hawaiian Islands, from and
after January 1, 1892, has REDUCED
$4.50 per Case of 100 lbs.; $400 per 100
lbs. in Bulk.
50 Cents each allowed for empty con
tainers returned in good order.
If vour agent does not keep my
brand of Soap, order direct from me.
Send Postal Card or letter for amount of
Soap required and I will fill your order
with promptness and dispatch.
T. W. RAWLINS,
967 1409-1 y Leleo, Honolulu.
MRS. PRAY HAVING RESUMED
the practice of Massage, would be
glad to see old friends, and new, at 150
Fort St., Chinese Church yard. 2939-3m
N RULE BAZAAR
(Late A. L. Smith's Stork.)
A Domestic Sewing Machine Club
IS BEING FORMED,
Whereby a $50 Machine can be bad on
Easy Installments of
-:- Per Week!-:-
As soon as fifty members are obtained
one drawing per week will be held and
the successful person takes away a
For particulars apply at the
Ready for the griddle in one minute.
Only milk or water required.
A combination of meals entirely new.
Makes most wholesome and delicious cakes
Nothing but pure cream of tartar
and soda used for leavening.
Ask your Grocer for it
MITCHELL & PETERSON,
San Francisco Agents.
295I-l'2t tu, th .sat
IMPORTANT SALE !
On account of Captain Moris6eau's de
parture by the next outgoing steamer, and
to close partnership accounts, Dr. Trous
seau ofters for sale
The Hawaiian Ostrich and Egg Farm
Comprising the Freehold of the Property,
Furniture, Agricultural Implements, "
Windmills, Pumps, Steam Engine,
Etc. Etc., Etc.
2 Pair of Breeding Ostriches,
35 more or less Young Ostriches,
From a day to 8 months old ;
1 Horse and Brake,
1 Express Wagon,
A large number of pure bred Brown
Leghorn Fowls and others.
The Property will be sold as a
whole, or everything separately to suit
There are on the Farm over 200 Navel
Orange, Adriatic Fig, and Olive Trees, anil
over 1000 imported Pineapple Plants of
the best sort.
The whole of the Land is laid out for
complete irrigation, the water being sup
plied from an inexhaustable surface well
of very sweet water.
Dr. Trousseau assumes all liabilities of
the Ostrich Farm and would like all
accounts, if any, to be sent to him by
Inspection invited. Captain Morisseau
will give every possible information.
Ctf"Vox price and other particulars,
2905-tf DR. TROUSSEAU.
WING WO TA1 k CO.,
Chinese and Japanese Importers,
NO. 25 NUUANU ST.,
Have Just Received an Invoice of the
Direct from Japan ;
A Foil Line of Holiday Goods!
Come and See our Stock !
7 pr CL TSa INVESTMENTS ! 8 pr Ct
The Northwest Investment Trust Co.
The State of Washington.
Offers to Investors, gilt-edged securities,
in the form of first Mortgages on improved
arm and City Property, the Mortgages
not exceeding m amount one-third of the
conservative valuation of the Real Estate
on winch they are made.bearing 7 and S per
cent, interest, payable senn annually, and
running from 3 to 5 years.
Correspondence solicited, and -anv in
formation relative to investments glad I v
jurnif bed upon application. Address:
The Northwest Investment Trust Co.,
Montesano, State of Washington.
W. J. Starr, President.
W. D. McBryde, Treasurer. 2958-3m
Ex "MARTHA DATE"
C. Brewer & Co.
OFFER FOR 8ALE
A Line of Goods, as follows, at bed
rock prices :
Jd.dy Ice Chests
IN ALL SIZES.
Genuine Brick-oven BOSTON BAKED
BEANS and BROWN BREAD.
FISH and CLAM CHOWDERS, made
where they are best made
in the world.
OILS Kerosene, Lard and Albany Cyl
inder, at prices that will astonish
Long Card Matches.
Assorted Sizes of
Ax and Pick Handles.
HUCKINS' SOUPS-A11 kinds, ready
for instant use. Guaranteed rich,
and perfectly seasoned.
THE MAMMOTH ROCKERS that fit
both large and small people.
Canst ic Soda.
CAIiTER'S COMBINED INKS.
An Assortment of
CARTS, Etc., Etc.
Call and have a look before
C. BREWER & CO.,
Just Arrived pp.v Australia
Christmas Millinery I
Mclntyre Block, Fort Street.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
AOKNTB FOK .
New England Mutual Life Ins. Co
Mtm Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford
OF SAH FRANCISCO, CA4JFOMU
Style of Aroh'tecture:
Eastlake, Queen Anne.
Renaissance, Gothic, Italian,
Classic and Norman,
In Stone, Brick, Iron or Wood
Best Modern Designs in Residences.
Cheap Arti.stic Cottages a Specialty.
Complete plans and specifications
given; also superintendence of construc-
Chilton Block, - Upstairs,
Entrnnc on Fort St. 2867-q
Comfortably Furnished Rooms !
r-HOT AND COLD BATHS
No. 8 Union Street, (next to Bell Tower).
Mutual Telephone 394. P. o. Box 475.
23G0-3m T. A. SIMPSON, Pbop.