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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER u, iMt.
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ing columns, at any price These rules will be
rigidly adhered to.
Mosquitoes hasc been very numerous am!
troublesome tlunng the aoulherly weather
which has ptesaill for some ilajri pa!.
Mr. C, I.. Wight baa Inert apjrotntett United
.Slain corrsnUr agent at Malmliona, Hawaii,
which place was mshle a pott of entry by the
The mill at Walaiiw plantation ha finished
Mr V. O. Smith h now wile wlitor of the
There are tlll a number of cypres ilriiera
svliu wear no limine.
The Alaika exjietteil In icltarn from ll.v
wan cnily next week.
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The ateamery.tmM Ajttt will make the cir
cuit of Kauai Ihh trip.
The A'nipini liaa but all of her ma ill, and
W now a veritable wreck.
A abort, lull heavy, tliuniler-Mnrin pawed
der llniinlulii on Tuesday evening.
The remit in the vicinity of Honolulu have
been improtcil In tccral place lately.
Our island steameta 'still continue to carry
the usual numlwr of intcr-lsliml pawengcu.
Tlie loose slnnes on the Waikik! rotd, to
which we alluded recently, nisclst-eii ternoictl.
Uememlier the sale by the " Mnva Kokua "
of fancy article and refreshments thi after
noon at J o'clock at the N. I'. M. Institute,
56 I'unchUiwI Street. No fee lor admission.
At Ton Slreet Church Sunday, Mr. Cnuan
will preach in the inornint;, ami in the es ening
continue the subject of amusements, taking as
his theme, "Some Doubtful and Oilier Amuse-
Our contciiiiuraiie base cspteeacsl re(;iet at
Mr. J. S. Webb severing his connection with
the '. C. .., of which paper he win lately
editor. We take the same pxitunity to ex
tend to Mr. Webb our sincere congratulations,
and we wish for him success in the busiiicw
in which he has engaged.
The following Is the programme for the band
concert at Kmina Square at 4130 p. M. to-day.
Mirth ."UtunJI" trailing
Overture "Smitfile for Fortune." Rui't-
rmsrt! "(iuiramenlo. . panelli
Selection . "Kolttl Lc I liable." ne .Meverbeer
1 Saesllsh Wedding March, by request rsodenian
l.lltle nallerer, by remlest . r.llenlri
Owing to press of matter we are compelled
to omit from this issue the translation from the
Native 1'rew," the late foreign news and
The memlwrs. of the Hoys Heading Kimm
Association of Honolulu will hold their first
annual supper next Tuesday es ening at the
residence of Mrs. Montarrat.
Our musical amateurs promise to fasoi the
public tinn with the charming operetta, "Trial
iy J '"
The cane at Heeia plantation, Koolau, is
glowing finely, and will soon be ready for
.Next week an article on the comet will ap
pear in the l't in a different vain from the
one published to-day
Copious rains are rcrtcd from all the is
lands, and, the weather lieing warm, the cane
will thrive in consequence.
At a meeting of the Library and Heading
room Association, held last Friday evening,
steps were inaugurated for having a series of
lectures given under the auspices of the associ
ation, A committee was appointed to inter
view Captain Dutton, who has consented to
lecture on "Klvets" next Tuesday evening.
Other lectures by different persons will follow.
The San Francisco C of Octolwr 24th,
among its social notes, mentions five dinnirs
or other entertainments given to Covcrnor Ka
jieni ami Judge Kaulukoii. Mr. Kapcna, in
company with Consul Severance, also visited
the Military Academy at San Mateo, where a
batallion drill was given by the cadets In his
honor. He departed for Yokohama by tin
City of '(tins October 21st.
Work on lioals and yachts is active, as own
its aie Irving to get them in the lcst of trim
for the races on the 16U1.
Honolulu has been visited by heavy showers
this week, and the season of dust has given
place to that of mud for a time.
The steamer luulaui lias had a powerful
electric light placed on imaril. A trial of it
last Saturday night proved successful.
, The new lamp at the corner of Fort anil
llcrctania streets is appreciated by the many
who have In pass that formerly dark corner.
For some reason the government is very
active in securing "the pavment of business li
censes, and is pushing the matter vigorously.
During the black, cloudy weather of the
present week it has been necessary to have
lamps lighted in offices and stores in the after
noon. The land gave their first concert at Kmma
Square since their vacation on Saturday last,
and a large number of people w ere present to
Captain Dutton sailed for Molokai on Mon
day last by the Lthua to pursue his geological
studies on that island, lie was accompanied
by Prof. Alexander.
Associate Justice McCully and Attorney Cen
tral l'rcxton left on Tuesday by the l.iMUt to
hold the November term of the Circuit Court
at Waimca, Hawaii.
Mr. Thrum's Fort Street Store has been
closed during Ihe week to allow of prepara
tions for the display of hit extensive stock of
holiday goods. The opening takes place to-
The brig-inline II'. G. fruv'n arrived from
the Coast on Tluirvlay morning, bringing a
posloffice mall to the 26th ult., and the latest
San Francisco dailies for our newsdealers.
Drunkenness among the natives vvc regret
lo say, continues on our streets, and during the
lust week the arrests were larger in proportion
to the number of inebriates than they have
lieen heretofore, but many still are not "hauled
An ailesian well is King put down on W.
!. Wilcox's place, on King sttcct, opposite
Judge llicketton s. As water has 1h-s.ii slruck
in wells on all sides of the one now being
Unci!, llicre ts no doubl that a llow will lie se
cured. A still for the manufacture of otoM.io was
discovered at Koolau last Sunday. TWitlls
tiict has long been notes! for the illicit distil
lation of this intoxicating native drink and vvc
nre pleased ti note tliat one "moonshiner"
lias at last been discovered.
The case of Lazarus vs. Trousseau which has
twice been tried by jury without result, and
which has become ftmiliar to the public
through the press of this town, seems to be ap
proaching a settlement. Three of the notes of
$l,cxx cacti were lately demanded, anil pay
ment made in gold in the proportion of 85 per
cent. The suit on the first hole, however, has
not yet lccn withdrawn.
Yesterday forenoon,, an alarm of fire was
viundcd from the third want which brought
out the fire engines. It proved to le a cottage
occupied by Mr. George Lincoln, next door lo
Mr. J. I. Dowsctt's residence at Kapalama.
The fire was extinguished without Ihe assist
ance of the engines. The damages were very
slight, resulting principally from the water
which was poured through a hole cut in the
On Tuesday afternoon the Norwegians from
l'aaikou plantation, Hawaii, who were re
cently brought to Oahu prison for refusal to
fulfill their lalwr contract, were taken lack to
the Ukclikt and sept to the plantation. They
at first said that they preferred to work on the
roads for the government, but after trying it,
preferred their old quarters at 1'apaikou. They
w Lie escorted to the steamer by a detachment
Iist Wednesday ev ening, Mr. J. 0. Tucker
diet! very suddenly of paralysis of the heart at
the residence of his father-in-law, Mr. A. Her
bert, at Waikiki. He appeared perfectly well
a short time before, but after eating his dinner
felt a pain in his breast. He sat duwn and
was heard to groan. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert,
Mrs. Tucker and Mrs. Smith, who were
present, thinking he had fainted attempted to
resuscitate him. Dr. Webb was sent for and
arrived a short lime before he died. He was
not able to speak after the attack became se
vere. The death is all the more sad from the
fact that Mr. Tucker was married only a few
We incidentally heard of a arty last week
who desired, for his own satisfaction, to learn
the true state of the workings of the new-
liquor law, and with that view took an c"iing
ramble about tow n, and in his circuit counted
no less than a hundred intoxicated persons.
This state of affairs, to one not a prominent
tcnqicraucc worker, convinces him decidedly of
the injury that is lacing done to the native race.
Our physicians, we learn, can give corrolorat-
ing evidence to the same effect, one icmarking
tin! oilier day that he had had hopes of the tide
of steady decline being stayed, but freeing
liquor to them has sealed their doom. Oh,
wliat a story for but five weeks' removal of re
strictions on liquor I
The court at Waimea oiens Nor. 7th. There
is an unusually large number of cases to lie
tried, 41 of which are criminal. Sheriff Sever
ance, I). II. Hitchcock, W. C. Jones, and
Daniel Porter, the last mentioned being the
new clerk of the court in place of D. II.
Hitchcock, have gone to Waimea from Hllo.
,...D. II. Hitchcock has moved his brother
Itcxford's house down WalrtuenueStrctt, IIIIo,
to the' lot adjoining the court house yard, and
will occupy it as his law office .... Iter.
Titus Coan continues lo Improve... The
liquor sciml Oct. 26th at Ililo, belonging to
the Chinese merchant, has lieen confiscated by
the government) there were twelve cases.
They gave him Kick two cases which hail been
broken) tcn.cases was thought rather too much
for one Chinaman to drink in a warm climate.
Kohala was blessed w ilh copious, show
ers on the 30th and 31st ult., making cane
fields look a lively green, and )ou can almost
see the stalks grow. The planters are in good
humor thereby, for things had lieen get
ting pretty dry of late in Ihe district, and so
too, vvc hear in Hamakua The Kohala
K)lice justice has again been displaying his
wonderful acumen, A planter bought n horse
from a Chinaman for $60, on the lattcr's tale
merit that the animal was a good catt or
plow horse; on trial In harness the horse show cl
plainly by his violence that he had never seen
a harness before. The Chinaman being repeat
edly interviewed, declined to pay the $60, and
as he has nothing, the planter entered a com
plaint for gross cheat, under Chapter 21 Penal
Code. The judge heard all the testimony,
which was quite conclusive, and then dis
charged the man, because, he said, it should
have been a civil, not a criminal action. ind
yet his attention had Wen directed to the law
which reads: "No person shall be exempted
from criminal prosecution for gross cheating,
by reason of tlie party cheated having a remedy
against him by civil action."
SUl'KK.Mi: COURT OF Till-:
llefore the Chief Justice at Chambers.
Mr.J. Martin, a superintendent at Sprcckel's
plantation, Maul, met with a sciious accident
1111 Friday of last week. He was thrown from
n bm.klio.iid in which he was riding and broke
his lee near the ankle. He was brought to
Honolulu and Is now at the Quccn'a Hospital.
The NnvcmUr numUr of the Itanltri
.hHtklr, issued last Monday, contains lift)
two pages, devoted entirely lo the procccxllngs
of Ihe last session of. the Planters U-ilwr and
Supply Comiuny, the ieils read at Ihe meet
ing, clc. We tegrcl, however, to sec Captain
Mist'a Idler omitted.
The Saturday I'rkss office is the recipient
ol a large potato, raised by Mr. U J. Low, of
Kohala, Hawaii. It measured o inches in
length, and )l incites in circumference in the
largest part. One end, however, has lecn
broken off, probably In digging. As it is, it
weighs a fraction less than two pounds. We
have heard it stated that of late years the
growing of potatoes on these islands is not ns
successful as formerly, but if this is a sample
of what Hawaii can do, we see no reason to lie
discouraged. Potatoes are often a scarce arti
cle in the Honolulu market, andalwavs meet
with a, icady sale and a gixl puce. As a
gentleman remarked, "this potato shows what
Kohala lit I"
The Teachers' Association met at Fort Street
Church on Thursday tuning, Although this
was the first meeting in many months, the
attendance was small, owing to the threaten
ing state of ihe weather, and partly, perhaps,
to lack of appreciation on the pari of some.
Greater interest should lw taken in the meet
ings of this society, for at each one many im
iortant points can be picked up that would Iw
of value to teachers. After the reading of the
minutes and a letter from the secretary of Ihe
lloanl of IMucatlon in reply to resolutions
passed at a previous meeting pf the association,
follow ol 3, discussion of matters relating to the
next regular meeting and the ginctal conven
tion. Among the questiont considered were
suggestions from teachers on the other islands
that a dictionary bo compiled for Hawaiian,
having I'nglish word with Hawaiian defini
tions that a spelling-book bepicparcd having
r.nglUh words with Hawaiian equivalents in
The following U from the Port Townsend
Wryof OctoU-r l.,lhi "One of the crew of
the lark Mart RiJtoul got cntanglcl In the
11) wheel of Ihe pumpa on lioaid that vessel
this morning, and Ufoie it could 1 stopped
the line of his arm was broken and Ihe llcsh
tkidlv hcciatcii. lie was taken to the Marine
I lospila! for treatment."
' - parallel columns t ami that elementary leading.
On Tuesday, Uut 7 P. M., a horse attached 10okj( kUim,le for Hawaiian children, be pub-
lu an express tan away wnn inc vx'-'e mi
retanU street. It was raining at the time, tail
a policeman, gave chase and railed the alien
lion of others by blowing hit whistle. This is
Ihe first lime vvc have seen a policemen, exeit
hiuiself ciy mlich on such an occasion, and re
gret that vvc cannot give his numU-r,
! M -Saw
On Sumlay iv ening last, Mr. Cruun deliv
ered an able discourse on " Amusement " to a
sciy laige attendance, II -'n" ,l an P"
jvirent freedom to professing Christians In Uy
claim tu all the enjojuicnt thai ihi world of
fertxj that ut puriiinlc notions lo the blush,
Imt ft lh Unsa. were drvn and le "1ft" nd
'iHitt poMd, It narrowed it down to ery
sximiMoa position, U tu Indulge In no
lUtuic wlwic Christ could not be InviteU.
lished. A sample for the last-named Is prom
ived at the annual convention. Mr. Scott said
that as there is a large number of Hawaiian
childicn desirous of learning Lnglbli, it might
be well lo have a 'meaning school" in connec
tion with the common schools, by which the
pupils would first l taught ihe mtjtiiup of
every word nd sentence in their lessons, in
Slanting the method emplov ed in Japan. The
correct pronunciation could then be taught
more readily. A desultory lit interesting dis
cussion of various uutteit followed, in which
nearly all present particularly Dr, Hyde,
Mr. Mackintosh, Mr. Atkinson, Professor
Scutl and Miss Norton engaged. Other
utters In connection with Ihe annual conven
tion alluded to were left with the coiumlllec
or the next meet lag fur final Action.
II. KMVIKNSCIINt'lllKK VS. ClIAS. 11. WlLSON,
superintendent of Water Works.
Oflnion cflht Com.
This is .1 iwtition for a mandamus to com
mand the rcstondcnt to turn on the water
from the government pipes lo the ietitioncr's
The petitioner alleges that lie is in jiosses
sion of a premises on Kmma street, Honolulu,
lieing a private residence, the grmuuls planted
with a variety of trees and plants, and that h
has hid and enjoy ed a vv atcr priv ilege therefor
from the government pipes for domestic and
irrigating purwses, furnished him at $25 per
year, which said privilege has never been
modified or limited by the consent of the peti
tioner. That he has paid to the respondent the
full rate for the six months ending on the first
day of January, 1SS3, and claims that lie is
thereby entitled to the water for this term
The receipt is annexed to Ihe petition. The
petition further alleges that on the 18th of Oc
toiler the respondent shut off the water from
the premises, and refuses to turn it on again,
whereby he is deprived of the use of the water
to which he is entitled, and is put to inconve
nience and exposed to irreparable damage from
the loss of his trees; also that it is the duty of
the respondent, as superintendent of water
works, to furnish the water as claimed of which
he has deprived the petitioner without right,
and that the act complained of was a neglect
of respondent's duty ns superintendent of water
works; also that petitioner has no specific
remedy in the premises, or, if there arc other
means of relief, the slowness of ordinary legal
forms vv ould produce long delay in obtaining
It is submitted in evidence that the superin
tendent of water works has, with the approval
of the Minister of Interior, issued certain regu
lations as to the water supply of Honolulu.
The first one submitted bears date 1st January,
1876, and limits the hours of irrigation to the
hours from 6 to S A. M. and from 4 to 6 r. M.
By section 5, a rate of $25 per annum is
charged for a private house and lot of not more
than half an acre, where water is used for irri
gation as well as for domestic purposes.
lty section 12 it is provided that any person
found running water for irrigation purposes
after the hours above specified will forfeit the
unexpired term of his water privilege; and by
section 13, in case of fire, irrigation and foun
tain privileges ate to lie shut oflT under penalty
of losing their privilege.
A notice of 19th April, 1S81, limiting the
hours as aUivc set forth, was also shown.
Probably this republication was deemed neces
sary, as the rule may have fallen into disuse.
Next is offered a rule dated 23d June, 1882,
limiting irrigation after that date lo four hours
per day from 6 to 8 A. M., from 4 to 6 in the
p. St. and "permission to irrigate during
moic convenient hours will be granted on ap
plication to the sutwrlntendcnl." Persons
found Irrigating except during svccified hours
will have their privileges susciided without
The next notice is dated 13th October, and
suspends all Irrigating privileges until further
notice, owing to scarcity of water. It was
while this notice was standing that the re
spondent shut olT petitioner's water privilege
on the iSth of Octolwr, for on the 21st a no
tice appears limiting irrigation to Iwtw ccn 6
and 7 A. M,, and again on the 24th, a notice
limiting the hours from 6 to 8 A. - and from
4 to 6 p. M. Later rules in conflict with
former ones operate a repeal of former ones.
It Is agreed that the notice or Octolier 13th,
forbidding all irrigation, has no binding force,
as not having received the approval of Ihe
Minister of Interior.
Theie is on the lack of the receipt for the
water rate these words: "The within receipt
for water rates Is given with the full under
standing that the party holding Ihe receipt will
conform lo the rules and regulations issued
from time to time, by order of the minister of
the Interior, Neglect of such regulations will
subject the ratepayer to foifeiture of water
The petitioner's counsel contends that hav
ing paid his water rale, the receipt it a con
tract which binds the government 10 furnish
him an adequate supply of water for Ihe term
of six months, and that the notice on the luck
of the receipt, it not being shown thai peti
tioner's attention was called to It and hit con
sent obtained, Is no pail of it, ami therefore
the superintendent of water works ha no right
to curtail petitioner' water privilege in the
least. Also thai the proviso on the luck of
the receipt ts void for indcfinilcncss, and thai
there Is no poer given by the Legislature to
make rules, etc
The circumstance in brief are theset The
petitioner, knowing Ihe regulation limiting the
hour of Irrigation to from 6 to 8 A. M. and
from 4 to 6 P, M., ha generally conformed to
them, but during many day after 1st
July he ha not had a servant cmplojed In
attending to nis garuen, ami so nas irrigaicu
himself after the designatr-d hours. For ten
days previous to the iSth of October" but little
or no water flowed through his lap during the
hours from G lo S A. M. and from 4 In 6 r. M.,
and as hit plants were drooping he irrigated at
noon and at such other times in which there
was water in the piies. On one occasion his
tap was left open and the water tlowed all
night. The ietitioner says this was uninten
tional on fils part.
The rcstwndent says that during the ten
davs previous lo October ISth the water was
low in the lower reservoir, and that he could
only fill It from the upper reservoir at such
hours as rale-payers from the tipper reservoir
were not using it, ns the velocity of the water
discharging from it prevented their taps from
running. Moreover he could not fill the lower
reservoir nights because it Interfered with the
gas machines run by the water frbm the upper
reservoir, and he had Ihe further difficulty In
drawing off the water from lheupx.r lescrvoir,
aa certain iersons having kalo patches and
lands lictwccn the two reservoirs, which had
the privileges of ripni.in proprietors from the
stream which supplies Uith reservoirs, would
liccoiuc short of water, unless the overflow
from the lipjier reservoir was allowed to pass
back into the stream for their benefit.
Water is a public necessity, and, especially,
in our climate.
I am of opinion that the Government, having
assumed the enterprise of supplying the town
of Honolulu with water, and having secured
by various acts of the Legislature the right to
condemn the necessary land and water for the
purxise of a system of water works, which
prevents private parties from engaging in this
business, it has taken tqion itself a certain
duty toward the inhabitants of the town. This
is, to make available all the water that is rea
sonably required and that can reasonably be
secured, and to distribute the same ns equita
bly ns Kissiblc to all rate-payers. I "think it
would not be proper for the Government tocx
tend indefinitely the number of distributing
taps to new-applicants without correspondingly
increasing its supply. Hut there is no proof
that it has done so.
Hut Ihe public receiving the advantages of
this water supply from the Government owe
certain reciprocal duties to it, which are, to
pay the rates as long as they are reasonable,
and to obey such rules and regulations as tiny
lie made for Ihe public convenience and pro
tection, provided they are reasonable.
The obligation of the Government lo the In
dividual rate-holder is not alone made by the
contract expressed in the receipt for water
rates for six months in advance. If this was
so, then n fulfillment of it could not be en
forced by mandamus, if this proceeding is
merely to compel Ihe lullillincnt ol a contract,
then the writ would not lie.
The remedy for breach of contract is at law'.
lint, as in my opinion the Government has
assumed an obligation in this respect, it can lie
enforced if the refusal to do so is a plain vio
lation of duty on the part of the official. (Sie
Section Jo llit ttt of Maiuhmus, Ads o
1 have indicated that the Government has a
right to make reasonable rules and regulations
in respect to the water works and the supply
of water to the inhabitants.
The exercise of this authority is necessary
for the public benefit, and in order to enable
the Government properly to fulfill its obliga
tions lo all the community in distributing the
water as fairly as may be possible. In times
of water famine all must suffer reduction alike,
and Ihe Government has then the right to re
strict the use of the water by rate-payers, com
mencing Ihe reduction with the least necessary
use of water, i. ., irrigation. At the same
time every reasonable exertion must be put
forth to secure a full supply of water.
r 1 .1... 1:.-.:. ..',- ,..- .. -
, leaiii mic iiuiiuuiuii ui irrigation privi
leges to four hours per day, bclw een 6 and S
A. M. and between 4 and C p. M., as reason
able and as ordinarily sufficient, and it is an
accommodation to the public that they may
arrange with the superintendent for irrigation
during other hours when these prove inconve
nient, cither trom scarcity ol water in some
localities or from whatever cause.
Having found that the Government mav
make reasonable regulations and restrictions
uxn the use of water from its pipes, how can
it compel obedience lo them? Not by the ini-
vsmuii ui u money eiiuuy, lor 1111s wouio
imply the right to enforce this by imprison,
inent, vvhich would be illegal without trial by
a court, and, in the absence of a statute, div
ing the superintendent of water works or Min'
ister ol interior the power to inllict lines.
The only way these rules can be enforced is
by a deprivation of the offending party of his
water privilege. If the transgression was in
irrigating outside of the prescribed hours I
should say irripation privileges should alone
Indies and (rentlemen visiting San Frvncisco wilt
find very dcmaMe Furnished Rooms En Sun and Sin
gle at No. I) Montgomery St, torner lluth. Mrs.
1. Doner, formetly of Honolulu.
To the Ladies.
Klfltant fancy worlc for ihe holidays. Orders lateen
and lessons' given in chenille, silks, and crewel embroi
dery Wotk to be seen every ty from 10 A. M. 10 f r.
M , at ill Fort street, (neat door to Ir. Itrodie.)
To the Ladiei.
Ihe women of Madeira are ahead ef all other nations
in Ihe an of hand embroidery and crotchet work; a full
line of the same ex Clengaber Is now on view In this
city. Also a sr-lendkl assortment of ladies' nnderwear
hand embroidered. Call and see. l)s h Uonrales.
Graves Wort '
A Successful I louse 1 A Successful I louse I A sink
ing Instance of success In a Retail Dry Oooils' way Is
afforded by the leading Milintry House of Charles J.
Hshel, corner Fort and Hotel streets. 'Hie Proprietor
Mr. Fishel has acquired theattof holding cmtom. Any
Dry Goods Houte can, by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; Imt lo hold ihem, ad enjoy their
confidence, calls for the eserclse of tact and lilierality.
Goods mut !e marked down and sold for what ihcy
are: never misrejireent any article. 'Itiatttlhe policy
of Charles J, llthel, ami lhat policy has made ihe htm
one of the greatest in its line, on Ihe leading thorough
fare of Honolulu, 'fhe leading Millinery Store of
ChnrteaJ. Hiichel, is lo Honolulu wliat Macv's is to
NewVork. Charles J. Flshcl makes n specialty of Mil
linery. iTl he store is one of the sights of the city,
An Inquisitive Friend ,
of ours was atking questions on various subjects, for In.
formation. There happened to lie, a nyde (a pure Ha
waiian mule), tied near the dour; our friend asked if ihey
shod them on the hind ft. Some said ves, others no,
taslng their opinion cm the strength anil courage of a
person that could doth.it Jot,. To satisfy himself he
lifted one of the mule's feet, Ihe mute louked around,
laughed with his ears and lifted the other foot. 'Hie
man was satisfied that that mule w as sh.nl. As he worked
liimselflogttlirhestrmka II line for MAKCHANIS
logetsotne vfthat well known HorsrHrad FonAeeo,
which ts a sure cure for iTokenjaws. Also some fine
Manilla Cigars, and when he look alios ufthme nice
KaUkauis, he blcwrd ihe mule fur putting him in the
way of finding ALL. KllDS of Smokkk's Goons, first
quality, at cheaest rales. its s'
SOMETHING WORTH READING
J. E. WISEMAN,
Ural i:.ittttr llml.rr tnitl timrrul
No. ; Mr.sciiAfir Srarr.r Honolulu, II. I,
1 have now several neat IIOUSF.S and COTTAOF.S
lolet In various isms of Honolulu and suliutbs. Also,
some fftaxl Pudding !.ota and property to sell.
HuruiVMrsr Found rna thoxr Strtcisn Work.
1 am t-apMRiu To ruasisu
MONEY AT ANY TIME
on rmsr-CLAVs security.
f.tgiil 'iiftrs ef nil Dtscrlf-liont Drawn.
Hngraving and Penmanship 1 astefully Done. Custom
House hnltiesandCorresondeiieeal!rnded to.
AGI'.NI' FOR TIIF. llllSP
Fiio mid LITo Insurntico Compnitiea
IN 'tilt: WORLD.
ftills Collected; Hooks ami Accounts Kept ; Orders
of every l-UMiicss nature Iroin Ihe olher Minds wilt
meet with promptness.
NO HCn. Dunns my nWnce from itil kingdom
Mr. Gknjtr.K !. Cami-ufi l will act for me under
full power of attorney. W. ....KUKRI' PURVIS.
T"tn.INf mv abwnce from thit Kingdom. Mr.
L lOSCril.O. CAKICK ... ncl for me under
a lull power of attorney. I'. C JONKN Jr.
uaoiKT ao, 1 00 J. !I2'4W
LEI Alt I,
Spring Water White, high lel Refined Vetrolenm, in
lUnVer Faucet Cans F-tprmly foe Family Ve
Strictly 150 Tiro Tcwf,
Ihe nunrxe Ompanie. tndora thW oil a ufe In
ue In all Meres d et ling and manufactories I1iU tA
t. nth ULST in color and tett that la. come to ihH
Standard White Kerosene Od. lw fire tet. ThU U
the mmt i-njmUr od in the marVet, and It sale ha
ftte-idilr increaed. .taiing the uitt year more of the
KI.t-CTKIC OIL hat Wen v.U than of any ether
lirand. 'I "he htectrW! Od W put up in tcrcvMop and
laucciTtoi lie cant.
The fact that many hrand of oil are imported into thtf
country which I rely reach the Government tet nVnild
lead ccftmimeri to etercUe great care in purttmhtg.
For tale. In quantitfe to uii( upon the mt favw
able ten, hy
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
.I. O. I.ox.313
XTOIICH DUKINO TIIF. T r.MPOKARV All-
Xl nctice of our Air. in. O. Irwin, from tlii King
(.torn, Mr. Win. M. GilTard will attend to the tnnlneM of
our houte. 112.2m W.M. O. IRWIN A Co.
UKINfJ my nlwrnce from this Kingdom, Mr.
rKANh. M. HAUlt win collect the rent line
from all property It longing to Mrs, Nannie R,
ana also make alc ol Cattle Iron
! C, J0N1.S, Jr..
Honolulu. Oct. so,
NCI ICI Notice i hereby ci.cn that all Mouie
due for rcnu on Hnds under lease in the AHU
I'UAA OK WAILUKU, MAUI, arc paaUc to my
agents. Wm, (5. Irwin A. Co.
I.y hii attorney lit fact, Wm. (I. IkwIs. ua-am
WANII.D. A SMART ROV FOR SlOKi;
(furcici.er) one U lug w ith hi arents preferred.
Apply to J. II. IANLH. 8U King ttcet.
'AGO, IN 'IINS, fur nale by Bolles & Cp.
Almanac and Annual for 1883
H now in course of publication.
Societie. and I )eimt tnent tlctinni of correct reire
henution will please advice the publisher of anycluiiic
ince last kuc.
lutendttiii advertiser will confer a favor hyhandiiur
in their aJveitiemeutt a early ai convenient, and
((attic dcMr'uikj pccitl quantities of the coining edition
will pieae leave cany orders.
.Single cupic 50c, or mailed abroad foe
IIIOS. 0. 'II1RUM. PullUher.
CX HARK KALAKAUA
ANH hakkntixk Kit. a,
Gnlilrm Onto Extra Vntnlly mill
LVei IIRAWN, Cae HACON,
dw Will ITAKr.lt STAR HAMS,
IIAI.I'.S Ol' 1IAV.AC, AC,
Jut to hand, and for ttte by
Mr BOLLES ct CO.
PLANTATION OVERSEER WANTED.
Apply Immediately to C. J1RKWKR & CO., Hono
lulu, or tu 1). Foster, l'ahila, Kan, Hawaii. 114 tf
EKCMSII I'ICKI.hS, ASS0K1I.D, QUAR1S.
For ale by Dollea & Co. 111
N0I1CK. All Stock mint be removed from the
WAIKAFU COMMONS, Ubnd of Maui, on
or tfore November iftt, 1882. Alt treruuser found
on ald Common, after that date, will 1 de.ilt with and
impounded according to law. COKNWKLI. & Co.
M'SOM SALTS, IN ItOXI.S OR SMALL
4 pAtlase, For sale by Bolles & Co. 111
'XOINr. FOR SALE. ONI. NLW ao-HORSK
4 Power F.ncine, in perfect order. For Kile by
C. IIRF.WF.R & CO.
CO-PARTNERSHIP NO I ICE. -W. O. AblU
ley and I C Ab'es comprise the firm of Asli!e &
Co., doing a drayage and express butinevi in Honolulu.
. ASHLEY & CO.
Honolulu, It. L. Sept 30, 1882. io04
NOTICE. E. C DKF.t 65 MERCHANTS
Exchange, U the only authorised Agent of the
I'rkss In San rrancitio. 'Ihe Satukoav Phkss can
alwo) it be keen on file in hU office. 6
FOR SALE. A FEW DESIRAHLE FOUNI
of New Job Tye. Apply at this office.
'KTOIICE. 1 h
1 posed of mi
Mr.S. J. LEVY,
I hereby k notice that I hate dU
of mv Grocer v businei on Fort sttri. m
Mr. S, J. LEVY, All accounts due aid InwncM are
to be 11a id lo him. I hanluit; the public for the liberal
patronage they haehecn pleacd lo beuow upon me,
I would respectfully ask for a continuance of tlie came
to my ftUsxcksor. A. W. HUSH.
t-i'Orderi for the UNION KEEI1 rOMPAMV
r will I received a usual, and prompt delivery Kuaran
be suspended, if it was tosible to seirntc
them from domestic uses. Hut ordinarily it is
not possible lo do this.
The regulation of 13th Octolier, suspending
all privileges of irrigation, I do not think was
reasonable or justified under the circum
stances. There had been no drouth of suffi
ciently long continuance to make this a ncces-
II the n
this rule ami had used only sufficient water to
ilic petitioner had only transgrevscil
NOllCi: Xollce is here.
the unuerhicncu are formers
bv citcn that t
uiuler the firm name and sljle of the Waimea Planta
tion Company, doing bmiiieu at Waimea, Kami, as
Cane Haulers. CXOKlii: IKVIN1-
CORPORATION NOflCI. -A: l!ie annual
meettnirof the drove Ranch l'lanlatlnti Cn.. )iM
at the office of II. llacUeM it Co , .i t!,c i4-!i J Oct
ober. A. 1). 1882, the following oiio.rs Mere clecleJ
for the following scar!
ALrKKDh lUKTnaLL.. President
TlKlSIAS II. HnBkOS .Vice Pre-.i.lcnl.
Sandfiimu It. Dole, ...Secretary.
IIENBV W. bcnsiiui Treasurer.
William O. omit Audnor,
II4-4L. S. It. IIQI.i:, Sccrrtary
kcip his plants alive, his case would he dilTor
cnt. lie had a riijlit. morcoser, to disregard
this last edict, Iwcausc it tlid not apjcar lo
have lieen appros ed hy Ihe minister of interior,
ltut the attorney-general does not contend that
this rule was valid ami binding. If the eti
tinner found that it was imixrvs.lile for him to
f;ct water for irrigation ilurlnj; the prescrilwd
lours it ss-as his duly to apply to the resund-
cm 101 v.iiaiii:e in ilia iiousc,
I do not think tint an unintentional and
only an exceptional case of neglect to close a
tap and thus let water run to waste all night
should subject a person to have his piiwlegc
summarily cut oit.
Hulas I have suggested, if the petitioner had
siolated no rule, except the invalid one sus
pending all irrigation, ami had used only a
small nuantitv-of water to t-reti his t.lantt from
tiling, I would not hcaitate to grant the praser
of his petition and order a restitution of his
water privilege, hut he admits that he has for
months iast disregarded ihe rule of June 23d
ami irrigated his garden at hours which suited
Ins convenience, and lie contends by lus coun
sel that he is not hound to observe any regula
tion restricting him in the use of the water.
As all these violations are brought into the
case against him I must presume it was for
these that his waler-piie connecting with the
government main was closed hy the respond
ent. The Altorney-fieneral for the respondent
offers to restore the privilege on the jielitloner
agreeing to conform to Ihe published regula
tions. This is a reasonable offer in my opin
ion. llavint! found that the petitioner has violated
the regulations made by the Government In the
interest of the public welfare, and that they
arc reasonable, I must decline to grant the
will prayeii lor.
A. FKANCIS 1UDI),
S. 11. Dole, for Petitioner.
AttounkvUem:kal I'KK'iro.v, for Ke
spondent. Honolulu, November 7, iSSi,
A O. F. COURT LUNAI.Il.O, No. 6,&-
The officers and member of ihe alne lidje are
hereby notified loallend ihe ncxl regular lutetiny;, lol
Tuesday, November 14tb,
At 7:30 1. M in Ihe Knishts of P)th!as Hall, as
there mil I; luisiiicss of iiliiotlaiice.
Visiting brethren are cordially inviteil to attend.
Ily order of C. A. HART,
115 Chief Ranter.
A. R ATTENTION I
Oeorce W. lie Ixjng Post No. a, O. A. K meit at K.
01 1-. nail aiuNiisv, jsovember lin al Jlya I".
- A. CAVENACHS AGENCY,
No. 88 Kino Strkrt.
I'KIVA'IK lWr.t.l.lNG-IIOUSi:,-Urii! and com
modious outbuildings, etc; free water; Rood locality.
COTTAOF.S In the most central part of city; also on
MIRNISIIl'.l) ROOMS on Emma street, and in
other jiarts of tlie ciiy and suburbs.
FUKN1SIIF.1) ROOMS on King-street, three min
utes ualk Irom ;ostollice; ralh and every conveni
A F.F.W STAl.l In Mable on King street, central
Per order of
R. W. UMUK
OTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
The undersigned having been appointed by Ihe Hon.
A. r. Juild, L-niel Justice 01 the supreme
Court, a Commissioner to sell
THE RUAI. ESTATK OF THE LATE
W. I MOEHONUA,
IJereby Elves notice that on
Tuosday, 21st Day of Novoinoer, 1882,
At Aliiolani Hale, at la o'clock, noon,
lie will sell at Public Auction all the ri-iht. title and
interest of the said W. I. MOhHONUA, deceased, of
in and lotlie following real estate, sir:--
AT KALIHI, OAHU,
NO. 1, LOT OF KULA LAND
Local eJ on the niauta itlc of Government Koail, and
ntout 1 .Dim feet toward Honolulu, rom
liic iretni&csof CT. Guliclc.
Aroa, 11 5-lOthn Acre.
NO. 2, LOT OF KTTUL LAND,
On the nuuVa title of Government Koail, extending
from the road nearly to the Umre.
Area, 162 6-10ih Acres.
NO. 3, LOKO PAHOUNUI,
With 10 Acret of Kula atljoinin;.
. Whole Area-36 4-lOth Acres.
NO. 4. LOKO ANANOHO,
Willi iinall it rip of Kula adjoining
Area, 66 Acres.
NO. 5. AUIKI,
With urijt of Kula Land adjoining.
Area, IH 2-lOths Acres.
laarul at entrance to KaliM Valley;
9 PIECES or TARO LAND,
in Lots var) ing from of an Acre to g Acres.
0 PIECES OF KULA LAN 01
In !.ots varying from J Acre to 7 Acres,
1 LOT OF GRAZING LAND,
At the mouth of Kamanailil Valley, contain
ing 151 Acres.
H LOTS IN PUULENA, MANOA,
5ar)ing from 3-iuh to 3iothi Acres,
tltriLDER & CO.
Importer and Dealer in
And iBuUtliiiK Mnterlnl.
of all kind 4, ju4 received, ex late ntrlxaN, tra
large and well Releclnl carRoeft of
comprising all rhe usual stock sizes
In Scantling, Timber,
Planks find Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
E. P. ADAMS. AUCTIONEER.
1J0USB AND LOT
Ilrilirwitnnof K. O. 1111, ri, I xtll sell al raibhi;
, aurtlon, on
Snturslnj-, Novctntior 2rth.
At ti o'tlnV, ,M at my Mlesreom In H0N01.UI.U,
the HauserKl Lm rert-nlly ortsipW by Ihe
Ker. A. O. tVnbrs, at Kairatahao,
Mare rsnics)Urlf descrlliesl In Heyal latenl No. ios9,
ami rssntaininic an area csf t$-tt4n of an acre. Ihe
nue is two stones, c4 srswie, wnn Mate root, ami con
mir lannr tailUhMr thmmttv ns-tinie.1 Its-
-Messrs. QailTe A Cable as a NMiathW Mam. nmiaa-e
ntr, staWsH, Me. Walar bid on.
IreeVH at the cxprtm of wrivasssr.
J 'or isTrllrtiUrs, tMurre nf l 0. IIAI.U 01
ill K. I', ADAMS, Auctioneer
K I K I
Scantlinir. I'lane sutface
faced and roueti Itattens. 1
I-attice and Claplioards
and rouch Hoards stir
llycmlerof JOHN M. HKKUINO, I lll offer at
lublic auction, on
Satiinluy, Novrinlirr 2ftli,
At if oVIotlt, noon, al salesroom, tliat certain tierrnt
ruml of lS'l) In Makill l-elangintf lo ihe said Her
tintf, ami (ssntalninf
more or le. Ilierc are 'I WO HOUSKS ii the
preiert'. A large Mrt of the land is well wooded and
ss ill furnish Istfte iiusntilieaof
O ti a tl Flrnwiioil,
1 here arr also a Iiroe numlier of IIANANA TKCKS
and I nilt '1 rces upon Ihe lands.
E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
OUSn ANIJ LOT AT AUCTION
Hy direction of V.. O.
lull, r., I lll sell at public
On SAT UltllAV, Noenilr 1$, l83,
At ia o'tlocV, noun, at my salesroom, In Honolulu, the
IIOUSi; AMI 101 lecentlv occupied by the l(ev
A. O. I'oilies, at Kavtaiahae, Honolulu, more ttartlcit
tally descri-K-d In Itoyal Patent No. tos8 and tontam
im? an area of ss.ioo of an acre, 'llie house is tuo
juries, of slone, vslth si tie roof, aiid contains
vvilh ndjoinina one-story building formeily occupied
b Messrs. Lnstle A. Coule as a couutliiji-rouiu. Car
rlae house, slat les, etc. Water laid un.
Deed at the espensr of purchaser.
Tor further iarllcul.irs impure of 11. O. IIAl.L, or
1 I'. ADAMS, Auctioneer,
Just anlvej by harlcnlinc KIU, front San Francisco,
' a CVkKlAOr. HOUSES,
3 CAKRIACU MARKS,
I VKRV FINE SrAl.MON,
One en- fine Thoroughbred 11U1.U i yean old i one
Ilul-U hair Jency and hall Durham J one
b fur sale.
seaman I1U1.1-. lull lerwv
fine Eciille MIIX.II LOW, half Jersey and half llur.
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
AH sires, of lastern and California make, and for
sale in quantities to suit, at low prUci.
Also, in Stock,
WIUTK ZINC, PAINT OILS,
MI'.I'ALLIC AND OlllLR PAINIS.
GluSS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assortment of
In latest atylcs.
. - Locks, Bolts,
AT LOWEST PRICES.
HONOLULU-l PIECE OF LAND
Iii rear of an I adjoining Muiic I
ciMitalnlnrr i'iauttitof att Acre
Direct!) In rear of art I adjoining Muiic Hall Iott
aikl ww very fine PU1U1AM LOW, all of which
AplJy tjcrtonallir to me, or ty letter through I1, O.
IIj M'. Honolulu. J, N. VR 10 1 II .
I JUST RECEIVED
I' tVr Kt3tnr fltw if Vsw V1
SECOND LOT OF NEW GOODS
Bailey & Co,'s
GREAT 1KN CENT SIQV.K, lo, Kokt Srnrr.
ARE OF FORESTS AND NURSERIES.
Tb urhlcrraljEned rejuur. ht atoltancc of ttVry one
Intcrtreicil a trm imiUk uiulrtaLtn(, who It U tu tla
by (amuJLing biut wuh bhklJ1) uf
Useful and Ornamental Trees.
Of Hassai'uaTrmlha aeedaoftU Koa.Maaliuat',
LehL-a. I'LlULA and WUU ate wultcuUilv svanlcd.
la lha lardens of llonulutu and clwsshsreon lha iv
land there ar many trees bearing seeds sshich lh
owner do not cars 14 filant ihciaMlsea. All these seeds
are valuable, 11 calbe-red wbeu iyrotrty n(-.
A RECORD WILL HE KEPT
Of all ikssaiaJAs, am stneaesef any ney-lntroduc4
TKl.E-S or SEEDS call be swn-J kv Iht tuuxry Ih
donors will first ba rsriuciaberesl if lhay taakt .rteir
vstsoca knowa, anu 11 stsey Lata i4acc suoaUa luf
jErovui in vanssies os trees sa iusssoss.
All bsreds ahosUJ b a4drsacsi la
, . A. JAEOEK,
HouJsla, OsJ Pv-oW.
Receise jarU up to s (sAUklt U is(U. Puaals
l ceols ft ounce. Ilt-M
I'llvatc School fur OIiIh ami Hoy,
KING STREET, (r'emandu Coiu
A limited number s Uoanlinf PujiU can La accom
Grout, 2,7 89, with Hout Tkareoa.
SS Acres, nior or less; Survey nu ,et finl.lie.1.
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COM
pauy of California.
11 is ir or ir Co., a a eats.
. t .
HXTKACT rKOM TIIRrriCUL Fn)T
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
In consideration of the factji docloind In lid eaarnin
alion, and the preieondcranccuf eletncnta of Inher
ent and coniK.n.iUe titer it atljudged y the
Judge (each in hidrcudcnt jtiditicnt ) lc
inj; c)ual to 70 jwr cent more ilun th
lie it hl;hcst ekhihit, they nc
found It exceedingly diihcult
to iiuVe Kiich a cIa1mui
tion In degree ai will
oivk kvi:n-iiani)i:i) jusiick to am
WK AtJVU.X TO THK
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
MaucluttUt U. S. A.,
A firvt'dati award ami auch other icial distinction.
diolunia, medal, w award atUcoiiMUcnt with the du
ticiutid obllifailontiif lh honorahle Sydney Interna
liuiul Conitniiiiinr Tor the larii4 and inout couiUte
eihihit of horolt;ical litaruinents cxainlnel.
'tlxvilxi tironoc.a the onl meant Lv which ilitlr
apireclaiiwM of the merits of the )riMlu(tton of thU
cum any can be adequately or ciiunahly rcwgnlird by
ihe comtniitee un Judicium Aiui Awards tlat m mj urate
liru-ctiu award m yiveti (or the tinikec.inie (uahtle
of all gradci of thc watchc.
Alto, a wj anile HrU-clASS award for the i-etfecllon of
thi Jiytvicmof walchmaVln and the ltirr'ivcmnii lit
h mt.haiilcal arti of the wait.lt, heintc fiuthly In ihe
uialntrii. and to.ri.jUtrreli the luleni ufety pinljii,
ihr jicrfect tiuc)IoIdal form uf all ihe teeth of the train,
hi ctery gratia of watch alike, and the lochrutu ad
juiuent of llie haUfurcpriDif.
AIo. n firtt-Utt Award fur new mode of comfenut
Alw, a tcparata 6rulaw award fur the (mjirov
tneiut ui rate, lh nuiiiben.f aitlM; fsxin ami deItfTit
uwd, ihe (jeauty ani eleizaiKeof their finUh, arul for
ittelr pew and liidetrotliUt nietlMiU of ciuineliutt
U C. A. 8,450, leoko KuwllL
IaAHAINI, MAUI 1
L. C. A, !a,8aa PaUaul. CosUlaUm
1 Acr, 14 Rod.
LAND AT AUO, UUf AIM A U C. A.
Vi833 ItsMMk. 10 RosU.
WeilHtitluy, Xovetuber ICith,
AT 10 a. M., at taiMaoou,
A coauGar or
GROCERIES, KEGS SUGAR, MEDIUM HRKAD,
Out OI'EN UUCCY, Ta TOP LUGOIES, Km.
6(tk. of lU Ckik of lh Su
11i alosB saU ssill be tutilit. and tjans anj suri
veys aow In csunsi ol lireuaralion will La csinbitcd as
soon aa cmB4td, at th On
tasnse Couil. AhloUal llaU.
As uosi of Ika Tara land la KaliU will U sotl In
tiuall loo, 11 offers luliar advanta lo loit)f
L ''Sm Teriaaof lac abova aala ar CASH, and iha
deeds sm t al IM esiwnsa M i lairsnaser.
1. a., rirr,
Cwunbtloner la sell- the Real EsTalt of
114 VV. L. Moslsomia, dsaad.
Ow-avn Lata la If bum
LOSSES PAID OVER, 4500,000.
'I'ln- lMrjvt 1'iicljlr Count Co,
Dwelling; risks a specialty, deUched d well
lags uid contents insured for period
of three years for two premiums
in Adrance. ; we also write
upon merchandise per
ll ren 1U1 t and the cuut ports, oivermj loss or
tlainases If aawunlln lo seven f sci4 ut
mote on lh sound valuaof lint ssbola
siuidweM at butt of delivery,
and are eiard lo
covtrinc sWptacnU from the Plantations
through to San Francisco, ioht4
lag tVc risk while la Hoa
otulu awaking tf ans-
Aliuiq Oiailra W, Woerd, mechanical ftU(iir.tetkJ
ent AmerKaii Watch CwiitiaJiy, Wattliam, Ma.
U. S. A.
')1t4 fJlowiii U the onWr of award tnaU hy tlm
Sydney IniernatlotuI KhhilMiloti Cwninluion ta lh
AueKaii Watch Cotpjany, of Walt ham. Mam t
Col J and Silver Waichet-Flrit degree of merit a4
pedal inenllouf Cold MedalT
Timcleeislnc ijualitie- of all grodei of Watthea Frffct
degree of nurlt,
JVtfwiUi tu S)Utm-PM-t degree of merit.
Kew ml of Ccmiftentatlni; balam,ciFlii tUgrt of "
linpruvciucntv, ftnUh anl tlrgan of CaAeiFirtt (U
gret of merit
Kngiavlng. chauru "! eiumeltng of Wat tit Cw-
FUit degree of merit antj ocUI inention,
Cl-tilsnl. Word, Mechanical Sufib4rDdi.lFlarlt
degree of meilt, oecUL
will vieassv hand In Ihclr tsaioes to tkt lAMtfer, A- J.
CAH1 U Kllill r, uf ih. usdersitsed, ai-l lUy snU Ca
farusLcd ub Olssyer Dcssda.
tfca marVs of Wauhans VVatchea dlsrtvere.1 ssiihiil Im
iiasl aasen uvailht, Mliued ill on tb laiblnr a """,
lh public Ar lieieby rsolinsdof tl fast and uullons-d t
Ill If TVltelil foe I be llasrallan iilanja.
m.TLWtAT STVLEH ARMSTIC TVPK ANIl
hsAlisvxty foe Weddings, SosUU, HU. IW
sraMates, KwertaiuaiMils, etc., etc, csMMUntly bsioj
rsociied and lawtuiie orders (or um uuuualy es-
os of Uua ratsw. Ho. 6 Ksiaiwinn
I CCOUd, M lW s
jtJIAKEE It COURTNEY,
WtaaanatatsuiflhuVKRV lllT tVVrI.ITV fsW"
fiow A Tarsi
Oalnciallw eiKnl t-f Uwt nd4sJd by sss, .
caa sstl cfMHi lbo ulssre. aad An sawanlea isMiill-
tiamandalltsofAeesKif Umi MilU y wlstw sat
JsTOidars by IVsS lacaiva orafl aHsosisas, '''
C B. MAKKE. him A.A.CQ4J
fo r 3ty ' - -y- f
' es ' .,,tt