The Hawaiian Star from Honolulu, Hawaii on May 31, 1893 · Page 2
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flUA flAWAffAtf StfARf rafJKiaSDAV, MAS' 8i, lSfrl&lX PAGES, The Hawaiian Star, LU PUBI ISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Ltd. Dr. J. S. McOrkw, Walter G. Smith, Wm. V. Tildkn, Editor-in-Chief. Managing Editor. Husiness Manager, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per War in Advance, .... $0.oo I'er Month in Advance, ... .50 Foreign, ler Year in Advance, lo.oo ADVERTISING RATES: Rates for transient and tegular advertising may be obtained at Hie publication ollice. Bell Telephone Number 237, Mutual 365, HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY J. S. McGrew, G. W. Smhii, E. A. Jones, John Emmkluiii, President Secretary Treasuier Auditor WEDNESDAY, : MAY 31, 1893 THE REGIME OF ROTTENNESS Quit? a sensation was made last night by the appearance of Expert Low's report upon the business methods of the Monarchy. The ev istence of this report had been knon for a year and more, but its contents were kept under seal by the ex Queen's advisors. The revolution which exposed the secret archives of Aliiolani Hale brought the hidden document to light and enabled the Star to present it to the Hawaiian and American public. Although the report was written in the most cautious way, as befits one who tells unpalatable truths to his own employers, it brings the unbiased mind to but one set of conclusions : I. That the methods of royal bust ness procedure were systematically and designedly loose and open. II. That an organized banditti in fested nearly all the public offices. III. That large sums were misplaced, misappropriated or stolen for and by the intimate hangers on of Royalty. The whole showing supports the- charge that the Monarchy, so far as it had to do with the handling of public funds, was conducted on the plan o( addition, division and silence; and that the rule of silence was continued by the Government, except in one in stance, after the facts of misdemeanor had been pat at its disposal by expert testimony. If there had been no other grounds fur the revolution such as were supplied by Liliuokalani's arbitrary acts, the ex btence ot such an administrative system as that which the late Govern ment declined to abolish, would have furnished them. THE GAME OF PRETENCE. Although quite sure that the An nexation Club which includes the military forces has been reduced to 150 members, the Royalist organs have no desire to test its strength or that of the Government in a practical way. They confess that the vociferous "majority leaders" who "side with the Queen" do not intend to exert them selves in her behalf but prefer to let out the job to the United States. This in view of the February boasts that the Provisional Government would not be permitted to last five minutes after the Stars and Stripes should be taken down, and the later threats that, if Commissioner Blount were not here to prevent the same result would follow, becomes very laughable. The flag fell and the Royalist agitat ors were as quiet as mollusks in a sand pile. Mr. Blount served notice that he would not interfere with any effort the people here might make to change the Government, whereupon the hangers on of the discarded sovereign crawled into the nearest hole and plugged the en trance with a cigar stub. Now they say they are leaving everything to America. When America finishes the work for which Mr. lilount was accredited in the most friendly way to the Provisional Government their next move, we presume, will be to leave everything to the Almighty. It will be anything to save their bacon from too forceful contact with the 150. If Mr. Sewall wrote the unsigned New York Sun correspondence, which is quoted elsewhere, he will kindly note the fact that all has been forgiven. In case he is minus on the luau hereafter he may feel assured that he will be plus on the fatted calf. The Star sincerely hopes that the pressure exerted by Mr. Spreckels upon the Government for cash will not make it necessary to economize by withdrawing the subsidy from the Spreckels' steamship line. For a British subject to declaim about " minority rule " here when Englishmen hold India against 200,000,000 natives, is one of those things which cause these smiles. Havi: I no rights that the press is bound to respect ?Tlie Spittoon, -fS. NOTHING OF VERY GREAT IMPORTANCE. Squires on the Geary Act Big Reception to the lnfanti Resignation of the Italian Ministry. The arrival of tin- b.irk Discovery brings later news front ihe Coast as follows : THE SOLUTION. What Senator Squires Thinks of the Geary Act. Nr.w York, May 20. Senator Squires of Washington when asked if he apprehended any danger to the missionaries and other American tesi- dents in China as a result of the en forcement of the Chinese Hxi lnsion Act, said : "No, I d'i nut. Of course it is impossible 1 1 pled rt what may happen, l here have been ri ts in China Ik fore, but I do not believe that riots or disturbances dangerous to the lives of Air.erirans will grow out of the hxclusiun At t. " Nobody expects the United States Government to deport all the Chinese 111 this country back to China. That the Government did not expect to do this is shown by the fact that Congress Appropriated only $100,000 for the ex penses of the entire movement. One of the California Senators wanted $400,000, but it was thought tha $100,000 would be sufficient. If the Government will show that it mem just what it said, wlv n it passed th Weary law, and it it will promptly ar rest and deport some of the Chinese say only a lew--a dozen, for instance the effect on regaining Chinese wi be as good as if all were anested a mce and s; nt back. 1 hey will see that the U'verninen is in earnest and will flock by the th.n sands to register. Of course, they can not now leg illy registt-r, but Congitss nexl winter can so aniMid the law as t extend its provisions and lengthen the time limit so that all the Chinese ca legister. This, to my iiiind, is the solu tion of the whole problem." THE INFANTA Her Handsome Reception at the City of Washington. Washinii'iox, May 20 When th train bearing the Infanta Eulalie an her suite arrived at Washington last night she was met by Secretaiy Greshani membeis of tne .Spanish Legation an a number ol distinguished persons President Cleveland s c linage, draw by four horses, had been sent for he use. She was (sciled to the carna by Secretaiy Grtshani, and then with guard of honor consisting 1 f fuiiriioot of cavalry, the party went to the Arling ton Hotel, w litre quarters had been prepared. Chicago, May 20. New arrangements have been made for .the ent r-t.iinment of the Im'.iSnta EuLlie here. During her stay she will occupy apirt- ments at the Palmer House instead of the Auditorium. This has been decided upon by Commissi.jiur Davis, who has charge of the Infanta's programme. I he parlor will be arranged for ihe royal party and the entire State street front will be used for the purpose. Phat part of the house will be rendered as private as possible and eveiytlung that can be done will be accomplished in the wpy of decorations and appli 'iices for the comfort of the I rincess, her litis band and suite. There will be a private drawing roi 111 and a private dining-room set aside for the guests, and when the Princess wishes to enter or leavc-the hotel the ladies' entrance will be cleared and the elevatots placed at her disposal. A BIG ESTATE. And a Disagreement Among the Heirs as to Its Settlement. Nr.w York, May 20. An action has been brought in the Supreme Court by Malcolm W. Eord, the ex-champion all-around athlete, against his brothers, C. and P. L. Ford, executors of his father's estate, for the purpose of tstab lishing the validity of a contract between the heirs, and appraising the value of the estate. Malcolm was disinherited by his father's will, but the other brothers and sisters agreed th-1 he siotild share equally with them when the estate was divided. It is understood that the present value of the estate is about $2,000,000, Mrs. Ford, the widow h.v-ng a life estate in it. The m itter will come up for argument before Judge Bartlett ol the Supreme Court on the 27th inst. POURING IN. Nearly Half a Million Immigrants in Ten Months. Washington, D. C, May 10. The Chief of the Bureau of Statistics reports that during the ten months ending April 30th, 453,950 iminmr nts arrived at the ports of the United States. Of this number 96,676 came from Ger many, 60,519 from Kussia (except Poland), 43,023 from Italy, i8,o?i from Sweden and Norway, 40,092 from England and Wales and 34,055 from Ireland. The number arriving during the corresponding period of the previous year was 334,875. A BIG CHIEF. But He Quickly Succumbed When At- tacked by Pneumonia, Nr.w York, May 19 Santos Mam ni died in Bellevue Hospital today. He was the big chief of the Bolivian Indians now on exhibition at the Piess Club Fair. He was seven feet four inches tall, weighed 352 pounds and was 32 years old. On Sunday he was taken ill with a cold which developed into pneumonia, 1 TEST FOREIGN CUBAN AFFAIRS, Another Version of the Recent Island Rebellion. New York, May 20. Captain Jose ioroodo of the Reina Maria Christina, which brought the Infanta Eulalie to this country, in an interesting interview aid that the story that General Arias is to tie recalled from Cuba is a fabrication. 1 here were twenty-eight men in Cuba," he said, "who threatened a rev ution. I hey belong o a revolutionary party which was formed in Key West. hen General Arias learned of their mentions he'issued a proclamation to the ellect that if they appeared in person before him within the next twenty-four hours and agreed to pre serve the peace he would pardon them I he revolutionists to a man appealed accordingly. Arias is not to be recalled from Cuba. "The Infanta and Spanish Queen aie very well satisfied with his odministr.i tion, and the Infanta herself requested me to notify the General of this fact on my return to Cuba. The story that the two brothers Sartorms, who weie planters, started the trouble is also tin true." Francisca Coma, manager of the Conipanic 1 ransatlantica, corrobor ated the statement made by Captain Gorootlo. NICARAGUA. Little Chance of a Peaceful Settlement ot the Trouble Granada, Nicaragua, May 20. A Junta, composed of three persons, has been selected by the Provisional Gov eminent organized by the rev jltiti -nists to administer their affairs. It rep resents the political party which op poses the Government of Presidcn Sacazi, and the revolution makes it apparent that all party differences will be set as:de until the close of the war. General Augustin Avilcs has been appointed Commander in-Chief of the revolutionary forces. William Newell, United States Consul at Managua, visited the camp f the 1 evolutionary army at Massaya yesterday and had a long talk with the officials. The result of the conference has n t been learned. It is reported that when United Stites Minist-r Baker an ived in Managua he found a barricade of coffee sacks around the United States Legation. The G vtrnment troops are disorderly, and it is said thelnrricade was put up because mi atlack on the Legation was feared. THE WAR IN BRAZIL. The Revolutionists in Rio Grande Sul are Victorious. do Yai.I'auaiso, May 20. A dispatch from Rivers says that there is no longer any reason to doubt that the revoiition-ists won the b-tlle fought a week ago at Itacua. Telegraphic coninninic.iti n from that quarter hus be n interrupted and General Telle s, c unmander of the Castilhistas, has been chiming to have put the insurgents to flight. The latest reports show, however, that General Tavares' force 1 f revolu tionary soldiers defeated Telles' army and captured his wagon train and artillery. It is reported that the revolu tionary troops have raised the sit ge c f Bage, but a detail -d story has not been received. CHINESE FROM MEXICO. Two Hundred and Fifty Trying to Cross the Border. Pikdkas Ni'.gras, Mex., May 20. A parly 1 f Chinese numbering 250 arrived here Thursday night from the interior of Mexico, and yesterday morning divided into squads and left for points up and down the river. It is believed that their intention is to smugg'e themselves into the United States, and 'h t they were brought hereby an agent for that purpose. The United States authorities w II keep a close guard on the river. Nearly all of those who arrived here last night came from Cuba. A GREAT DEMONSTRATION. It Was Held in London In Favor of Home Rule. London, May 20. Whitsunday will be celebrated in the metropolis to morrow by a great outpouring of the democracy in favor 1 f Gladstone's home rule bill, which is intended as a response to the aristocratic denunciation. Sixteen platforms are being erected in Hyde Park to day. Organizations with a total member ship of oyer 200,000 will turn out, marching in procession from the 'I'haints embankment. Every large town in the country will be represented among the speakers, OUT OF OFFICE. Registration of the Entire Italian Min istry May 20th. London, May 20 A dispatch received this m rning front Rome says that the Italian Ministiy has resigned. Humbert has postponed his departure for Monzt that he may be in Rome during the Cabinet crisis. The Cabinet Council was in session most of the evening, and at a late hour decided to resign. The majority of those on the vote on the budgets against the Government in the Chamber of Deputies was only five. GONZALES' WIFE. She Has Inherited None Estates. of His Vast Cirv Or' Mexico, May 20. The will of the late General Manuel Gonzales, ex President of Mexico, gives none of his vast estates to his wife, from whom he had been separated for several years. She attempted to assure a reconciliation with her husband before he died, hut all her entreati s were unheeded by him, and he would not even permit her to visit him during his last illness. She has employed able attorneys to contest the will in her behalf, MONARCHY'S METHODS. Some More Light In the Dark Places of the Past. Ediior Star: In last night's paper you say that Expert Low found a pretended power of attorney in the Postal Savings Bank for $2.500 ; also a place where an account of John 1'. Cramer was "doctored and fixed in the dooks. Did Mr. Low slop tlieie or did he elucidate the matter further? What are the facts I mean the whole truth ? The power of attorncv case is now in the courts, where tne oiak is re quested to leave it for the present. As to the Cramer episode it is re ported by the expert as follows: The account of John 1 . Cramer has been luciorcd and ficd in the honks in such a nanner as to show, on the of it, the de sire to correct ihe re-cords -o as not to show the circumstances of the e.i-.e, hut as it is so nlain and as it will sliuw in vou how fraud ruuld be successfully perpitiated in this manner, 1 detail the circumstances as I hear them, and the entries and vouch. 1- as they appear. Mr. Cramer comes to the window in a "confused" condition and asks n withdraw $200, nrescntini! his pass-book. Mr. Hart, the pay ing teller at the window, writes out a check for $300, and enters in his pass hook $300 and passes him over $200 the amount he asks for. lie signs the check wiihout noticing the amount and gres off, puttms; his pass-book in his pocket. The entry goes through the books $300, until the 1 est day whtn l ramrr comes back sober and demands to know why he was charged $300, instead of $200, as he drew. Ilarl apologises and while doing all in his pow er to hush him up. he era-cs the fmurcs in Cramer's pass-book lo $200. After Cramer's departure ho changes the figures in the cash and ledcer lo $200, but afterwards re members that the check reads $300 and then again erases the figures in ledger and cash-book to $300, to correspond with the check. A few days after ihis Cramer comes and draws his account and it being paid upon his pass-hunk nalaiice wlncli reads 3,100 greater than the ledger acc uril, ihe cash was short $100 snowing an omdarlt t' that amount This amount was settled by Mr. Poor. The foregoing will show how dishonest and successful in it the incumbent could be when he is dealing with such uneducated classes as Portuguese and Japanese. I draw your attention to this because no matter what the cait-s of duties of the other departments may he they do not compare wilh tne responsibility ol tne savings hank depart ment. The credit lo suspense account of $75 in the balance Sheet of this Department represents an amount over in at some time which comes about by receiving a deposit and not entering it in the books, and awaits the return of the Pass-book in order to find the amount and account. It should have been stated yesterday that among the accounts ol the Marshal's office, under date of Oct. 30, 1691 caption N'ght Police is tin ptcu lar entry: a. r. reterson, 5 mos. Sec. Seiv. $500. Editor Star. WHY NOT A REPUBLIC? What Judge Hartwcll Thinks of the New Proposal. Judge Alfied S. Hartwcll gives his views of an independent republic a folluws : " I do not admit thi. t this is an open question, for annexation is our destiny our aim and the only hgitimate out come ( f the present Government. Bu as I am asked lo discuss the merits o an independent republic, I will do so, "Hawaii, with its population o nearly one hundred thousand souls, i two absurdly small fr a republic. We have long been outrageously over-gov emcd, and that evil would be no less in a republic than under the monarchy Willi fewer people than many fourtl rate cities in the United States, we should, as a republic, continue to make a spectacle of ourselves, like a small boy in his grandfather's coat and trousers. "All the various departments, bu reaus and offices are supposed to be in cded in a small as in a big republic Tney are a drain on the public treas ury, and they create an army of office seekers who arc a eonstint source (. public contention. "As a territory or state Hawaii would do finely with a Governor, whose un salaried staff officers and council would furnish (ill the state and dignity needed "Ihe United tsUtcs Govemmen wo Id furnish and pay the Custom House oflieers, Postmasters, District Attorney and Marshal. There would be no departments or Ministers ol Foreign Affairs, Interior, Finance or Attorney General. The entire management of those affairs would easily be conducted by clerks under the direction of the Governor and the U. S. District Attorney. This would be a great saving of money as well as of useless official machinery. No country was more over-governed than Egypt, until England took hold of it. Hawaii has been going the same road, and it is folly t keep on that course. " An independent Hawaiian Republic would be the paradise of office seekers and demagogues. It would not only be natives who would come m for voting, Japanese and Chinese would cl im it, and their Government would have the power to enforce such claim. It is one thing for the United States with sixty millions of civilized inhabitants, to exercise control over a few thousand Chinese. It is another and different thing for the natives joined with the whites in Hawaii to exclude from voting rights an equal or larger number of Chinese and Japanese adult men. The result would be one of two things, an English or American Protectorate, or an Asiatic Colony, and we want neither. "It is said that we can have our Chinese contiact labor as a Republic, but not if anne xed to the United States. The first thing to be said of this objec- lion, it it were sound, is, that it does not come with much grace from a Hawaiian, or from any pour man, or working man, who are all interested in having high wages for works and high rents for land, "Hut It is not a sound objection from the side of the rich, or planting interests, "The United States always takes care of its manufacturers. The Republican party was defeated because it is said, It took too good care of them. We have yet to set" the Democratic party driving the manufacturers to the wall. But when it comes to the agricultural industries ol sugar and rice, there is no fear that the producers of those crops will be left out in the cold. Both part es vie with each other in the U. S., in seeking the favor and votes of the agri cultural classes. In case of annexation Hawaiian agricultural products will receive the same fostering care and the same im petus which have been given to those of other portions of the United Stales. "But the great reason in favor of annexation and against a Republic is, that the steady, firm and strong Govern ment of the United States will bring to Hawaii the blessings of peace, prosper ity and happiness; while an independent republic means constant turmoil, discord, strife and uncertainty, which will repress enterprise, discourage the introduction of capital, and finally place the country at the mercy of any Euro pean or Asiatic power which chooses to take it. "Peace and plenty will come and abide here with annexation. War and poverty will be the curses of an inde pendent republic. HAWAII COUNTED IN. Mrs. Dole a Member of the Liberty Bell Committee. In the effort to raise enough money, $7000, to make a duplicate of the famous Liberty Bell for exhibit at the World's Fair, William O. McDowall, founder of several patriotic leagues in the United States, and projector of the Liberty Bell enterprise, asked the aid of Hawaiians. Some correspondence with Charles L. Carter, Esq. while he was in the United States, resulted in his suggestion that Mrs. S. B. Dole be added to the Bell Committee. The idea found immediate favor as the fol lowing letttr shows : Newark, N. J., U. S. A., March 22, 1893. Mr. Charles L. Carter My Dear ttr: Your letter of March 21st is at hand, and we welcome most earnestly Mrs. b. JJ. Dole to membership in the Columbian Liberty Bell Committee, representing the in time to be, we hope, new btate, Hawaii. We are very des'rous of casting this bell on April 30th next, the anniversary of the birth of our government in its completed form by the inauguration of Oeorge W ashington as its first Presi dent. We do not suppose that time will permit your letter to reach Hawaii, and for a return to be received before that date. Is there any way that we can have the Sandwich Islands repre sented in the composition of the bell ? W'e do not understand that any of.the metals fusible in the bell are found in the Islands. If there is anything iden tified with the Islands, of historic in terest, available in Washington, we would appreciate it, if you would send it in, even though it may be only the smallest filing. Possibly vou have coins Issued by the old authorities of the Island, that would be available. no other means suggests itself, a silver dollar contributed by each of the com missioners in the name of the Island, would fill the requirement. tne Governor ol Alaska wrote, claiming that they should have the privilege of one fiftieth part of the $7000 cost of the bell, with its care at Chicago, they figuring that number of States and Ierntones, including the District ot Columbia. If the Sandwich Islands should do the same, it would please us very much, hut at the same time, we would not have you under any circumstance feel burdened in the matter. Anything you may contribute to be melted into the bell, can be sent to Miss Mary Desha, representing the Daughters of the American Revolution on the Columbian Liberty Bell Com mittee, No. 1505 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, JJ.C. We enclose you full list of the mem bers of the committee as it now stands, including Mrs Dole. Sincerely yours, W. O. McUowali, Chairman. Strongly Endorsed. The advertising of Hood's Sarsaoarilla an peals to the sober common sense of thinking people, because it is truej and it is always fully substantiated by endorsements which in the financial world w ould be accepted without a moment s hesitation. I hey tell the story HOOD'S CUKES. 148 Hood's Pills cure liver ills, jaundice, bil ! 1 iuii-.iit;As, bilk ncauacne, constipation. BUSINESS LOCALS. Native Fans and Island Curios in great variety at THE ELITE ICECREAM PARLORS. 61m Base -Ball Crescents vs. Hawaiis. SATURDAY, - JUNE 3, At 3 j 30 p.m. HAWAIIAN HASEBALL ASSOCI-ATION GROUNDS. A13MISSION : Adults, 25 cents.; Children, 10 cents. 27 tf BY AUTHORITY. NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given, that in accordance with the joint action of the Executive and Advisory Councils of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands, the President has this day appointed and commissioned SAMUEL MILLS DAMON, Esq., lo administer the Department of Finance of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands, in the place of Theodore Cunningham I'orler, Esq., resigned. GEO. C. POTTER, Secretary. Government House, Honolulu, It. I., May 29th, 1893. 5G 3t SCH00LH0USE AND TEACHERS COT- TAGE FOR KILAUEA, KAUAI. Tenders will be received at the Office of the Hoard of Education, until Wednesday, the 2lst of June next, at 12 o'clock noon, for the construction, including material, painting, freight, etc., of a Schoolhouse 26x48x12 feet clear, and a Cottage 36x12x12 feet, with veranda and veranda rooms, at the place above named. Cartage of the material from the Kilauea landing to the school site, will be free lo the contractors. Plans and specifications for the work, can be seen at the Office of the Hoard of Educa tion, and at Mr. G. K. Ewart's, Kilauea, Kauai. These buildings, will be similar to those recently erected by the Board of Education at Hanamaulu, Kauai. The Hoard does not hind itself to accept the lowest, or any tender. W. J AS. SMITH, Secretary. Office of the Hoard of Education. May 31st, 1893. 56 3t NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF BILLIARD LICENSES. By virtue of the authority vested in me by Section 79 of the Civil Code, I do hereby give notice, that from and afier this date, all Hilliard Saloons in the City of Honolulu, must be closed at 1 1:30 o'clock P.M., and remain closed until 5:30 o'clock A.M. of the following day. J. A. KIMi, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, May 30, 1893. 55 31 IRRIGATION NOTICE. Holders of Water Privileges, or those pay ing Water Rates, are hereby notified that the hours for using water for irrigation purposes, are from 6 to 8 o'clock A.M., and 4 to 6 o'clock P.M., until further notice. ANDREW BROWN, Supt. Honolulu Water Works. Approved : J. A. Kino, Minister ol the Interior. Honolulu, II. I., April 1st, 1893. 6-lf ilclu tHicrtiscments. The Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Hotel Street, Honolulu. Ice Cream, Sherberts, Ice Cream Soda. A Choice Assortment of French & Plain Mixed Candies Coffee, Tea or Chocolate with Sandwiches, served at all hours. Mrs. ATWOOD, 56 iy I'roprielress. NOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS THIS day disposed of his Express Husiness to Mr. u. McCorrision. Thanking the public for their liberal patronage. I would solicit a continuance of the same to Mr. I) McCorrision, M. N. SANDERS. H AVING PURCHASED SANDERS Express Husiness, I am now prepared to attend to all Cartage at reasonable rates. Mr. Cooper will continue in my employ. Husiness carried on in same name bamlers Express. Office as formerly, King Street. D. McCORRISTON. Honolulu, May 30, 1893. 56 iw NOTICE. THE GOODS remaining in Mrs. Lack's Store will be sold at Auction in the salesroom of J. h. Morgan, Store Fixtures, Fire-proof Safe and Desk. Ammunition, Guns and Fancy uooas supplies. The Store now occupied by Mrs. Lack, will he opened on or about the 19th of June ny Airs, ixicoii, as a tirst class Home llakery, Lady Waitresses. 56 im F. M. WAKEFELD, Attorney & Counsollor-at-Law TEMI'ORARY Oki-ice: Wilh C. V. Ashford, Mtrchant St., Honolulu, II. I. ss The Central Market Having changed hands, will Re-open on the First of June, with a select stock of Beef, Mutton, Veal, Sausages, fclc. All orders carefully and piomptly filled. WESTUKOOK & GARES, Proprietors. Hoth Telephones 104, 55 FOR SALE. u Stockholm Tar, Recommended specially by the Commissioner of Agriculture for Trees Affected by Blight For sale by 49 tf THEO. H. DAVIES & CO. General utierliscments. Aim at the Drake And you are bound to hit some of the ducks. This is precisely ihe same wilh Wampole's Tasteless Preparation OF Cod Liver Oil. It aims to cure Consumption, Hits the Mark. too. anri it most effectually breaks up Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness and all Throat and Lung troubles that cause this disease. It is natural logic to conclude that if Wampole's Preparation of Cod Liver Oil has power to prevent surely is able to cure these lesser emergencies. This vigor-making, fat producing preparation is Absolute- iy 1 asteiess, in so lar as Cod Liver Oil is concerned. All you notice is a delightful flavor of Wild Cherry and Anise. But the purest Norvveo-ian Cod Liver Oil is there all the same. It is a nreat b bod en. richer. Best of all it is a natn- ral food that in its stomnrrnV e ffects. actually assists its nwn assimilation. In Pulmonarv or Bronchial troubles it is unequalled. No one doubts the value of Cod Liver Oil, but not everv one is able to take it. WAMPOLE'S PREPARATION removes the nauseous objection and actually makes Cod Liver Oil palatable. KEPT IN STOCK AND SOLD HV HOLLISTER & Go. Druggists. 109 Fort Street, Honolulu. Assignee's Notice. HENRY CONGDON FOR HIMSELF as well as for the firm of H. Conmlnn A. Co., having made an assignment to me of all his property, I hereby request all persons ..a.,K ,.,a uis against saiu nenry e-ongiion or Henry Congdon & Co., to send their Hills at once, and all persons indebted to sjid Henry Congdon 01 Henry Congdon & Co., are ncicii) re-(uesteu lo make immediate payment to C. HOLTE, Assignee. Honolulu, May 2(3, 1893 55 iw A FEW OF OUR SPECIALTIES. Complete Assortment of "SUPERIOR" Stoyes and Ranges " EUREKA" RANGES, "CLIPPER" CABOOSES, LAUNDRY STOVES, FRENCH RANGES set in brick. AGATE IRON WARE, and TIN WARE, 'COLUMBUS' WROUGHT STEEL SINKS, Galvanized and White Enameled, RUBBER HOSE, CAL. LAWN SPRINKLERS. Sheet Metal Goods in Tin, Copper or Galvanized Iron on hand or made to order. Full line of Sanitary Goods, Bath Tubs, Lavatories, Water "Closets, Pipe and Fittings. We am Pmiinnwl fur u-r.rtr rf nil Irlna In the Sheet Metal and Plumbing Trade, and on Kuiimmce morougn workmansmp anil lust class materials in these lines. We solicit your patronage. J. Emmeluth & Co. No. 6 Nuuanu si., and 104 Merchant st. Criterion Saloon AGENTS FOR EXTRA PALE LAGER, AD BOCK BEER, Now on hand. A Fresh Invoice of California Oysters. Oyster Cocktails a Specialty. onnWielandBrewinsGo L H DEE, Prop'r.

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