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VOLUME III, NUMBER 23
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1883.
WHOLE NUMBER 127
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TIIR LICENSE LAW.
Licensed to inVe the stron nun weak J
Licensed to lay th wise man low)
Lieented a wife's fond heart to Irak,
And make the children'a teare to How,
Lb-ensed to do thy neighbor harm
Licenied to klndla hale and elnfe i
Licensed to nrt Ida robber'a arm t
Licenced to whet the murderer' knife.
Licensed where peace and quiet dwell
To bring disease, and want, and woe ,'
Licensed to nuke thlt world a hell,
And fit man for a hell below.
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countries to vsliicli we owe our present pros
wrlly would hive Iwcn clicckol liy numuctle.
ilifTicultics. In one wonl, e cc thrnnrh all
our relation the effect of lliosc aspirations nnil
principles (ncutcttcil liy this sscrcil volume.
I tlioulil lie wanting to myself illil I not ex
press the Rtallficallon I feci in seeing here pre
sent some of those who w ere the first to talior
In this vincyanl. Although Ihcy look for
their reward elsewhere, Ihcy will not reject
my tossing tribute of respect. Their labor
has been long and their ansicty great, but
their constancy anil p-ttiencelmc equalled ihc
emergency. The result of their life's work
may even tliuptminted more sanguine )cara.
Vet, In their decline of life, they see some of
Ihc fruits tli':y pra)cil for, and they will not
cemplaln, when Ihcy remember that the mcas
ure of their success Is from aliovc.
"Allow me to thank you for )our personal
share In the presentation, and through you to
express tny kindest acknowtedgments to Ihc
American llible Society."
The Honolulu I-'irc Department was organized
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P A. DH LA NUX
Surveij-or and Olrll Englnaarc
Address, HONOt.UI.U lWl-office. ito-tm'
TITILL1AM O. SMITH,
ATTOUNKY AT JjA V,
Ij MaaciiANT Street, llnwoLt'Lt', so
T M. DAVISON,
' ATTOHSV.Y AT LAW,
No. Merchant Street, Honolulu. tj
xttoiini'.y at i-t w,
And Notary Public. Attends all the Courts of the
6 Kort Street. Honoiulu, I
ATTnuxitr.t counsellor at i.An:
US. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
OrriCR CORNER KoRT AND IlXRKTANIA StS.,
utrnoKoxs axo uomKVAritia jmt-
Office Hours Until q a. ., and from t3and6.y-S r.M,
Y. M. C- A--Qoiioriil Huilnrns, nnilnit
Emny Iroiu Jitili'o Jtiilil.
Tlio rcRtilnr monthly met tlngof tha Yonn-- Men's
f lirisllnu Afisocinlion wns heW in tlio vpstry of tlio
Ik'thcl Church on tho 18th Inst. Mr. Amaru l'rntt,
tlio l'reflidcmt of tho orgittilzittloii, in tho olmir.
'1 ho nltcmtniicd wns InrRt-r than iinnnl, ntul includ
ed n number of visitors. After prnytr by tho ltov.
8. C. Damon, thomlnutoaof lastimutliiuurcrorontl
nnd npproved. Itoiiortfl of varlont coimnlttrcftucro
mceiviil nml noted on. Two npplicntitH for mem
bership, I'uti r Ilntiocii nnd A. Holster, woro b.illot
od for nnd duly clcclcil. Hon. A. V. Jndd then
rend tho following egany on "llio Alma nnd
ObjoclHof tlm Y..M. 0. A."
Th I'rnMeiit ami Membra of Hit Young Men'
ClirlHInn Aivtiiillon of llonoluhi.
HnntinE.v ! I bnvo been nokerl to prcpiro n
nhiirt iany on tho olijict nndnlniH of tlili Aiwocia
tion, or rnthcr ' Wlmtltour lritimato work in
A distlnotivo oeiillirHy of thin institution in
that it U miilenoiHliuilloHtil.. Our couHtitutlon ro
qnlrcit mi n, r(inisito for active iiiembcrHliip that
tlio nnplicntit lo it member of muir usmi)jelienl
chnrch. Ilntipily in tlico lulniuU wo lii'.ir but
littlo d'ectiiriin or dvnominatioiml instriietlonM,
tint In otlior coiiiitris-t when tho ohurcli of Clmst
ban not the npimrcnt unity wv mo licre, this fixt
ure of Y. il, 0. A'h. oontribnte Inrgoly to its
huccchh. I hoX) tbnt tlio 1 1 mo U ixuir when wo
may bnvo tho netivo tM-oiieriition with n of nil
civnngrlioil Chrlntl:u in Jlonoliilti nnd especially
that inoro of our llrcthron of tho AiiRlloaii C'liurch
will Join our ranka.
Another marked fcaturo of thin institution
cverwbcro 1 that ItH work is dono by hijimeti. It
In not iintnKoulstio to the church, anil it Hhould bo
ita urcattmt Hiipporter, nnd bh itaultimato object
Is tho bringing of youiiK men to n HiiiiR knowl
eduo of Christ .lesui tliw iimtitntion, if Hiiccttw
f ill, miiHt bo a feeder to tlio church, nod it Iiiih
been well cilleil ItH "Training School." If wo
delected any tendency among iU nieuibera towardii
cxnlllng til la AHsociatiou to n iiosithm higher than
the Clilirclt of Clirlst or liny npirit other than that
tjflliotnie.it loyalty to that best of nil, (bicuis-o
divinely ordained) iuitilutiou no Hliould hiy let
it dimolvo imniedintkly. Hut wo lliul aa hiiiiinti
Kociety is cmmrttiited that all who nro within
reach of tlm gospel, nro not "hearers of the wind."
Tho church ntnndx iih'ii here as in nil lauds, but
tho majority do not enter itn doon. In order then
to Increase tho ngKroimivo power of thu church
these nuNooiatioiH liavo been formed and their
hiatory for the imat twenty Joans abundantly
provia their value in this resjieet. Our work,
therefore, in Honolulu aliould bo that of drawiim
unconverted men to Christ and His Church nnd
Incidentally and nx n result of Cliristmu activity
the. development of n Hpiritual life nmongour onu
luembera. J lilt tbirt roHiilt in not to bo reached lit
ouco. The yonui man ordinarily mimt bo at
tracted, influenced nud pertmaded before ho it
converted. Hi feet must bo drawn willingly to
tlio House of God nnd until ho in ready to kd tho
ilrnt work in toivo hi mind, bis social Instincts
nnd hisastcH, Homething intriimieally nttrnctivu,
which will feed his better iintnro nnd draw him
nwar from Kin nnd then, tho ground of UU heart
inado fallow nnd tho need buitiK planted, faith in
tho efficacy of the Holy Spirit makoa us bcliovo
that then bin heart may bo cuaiiged.
To particularize, there must bo social methods
nnd ngencies emplojcil ti draw joung men from
bccuch of dlxH!p.uiou nnd evil. Ah n place, whero
theso may bo iruvidcd,our bnlldmg ia being erected.
Hero must bo a reading-room, madu pleasant ami
ncceissiblot nlsi where tho best nowflimpers can bo
found, nnd letter written. Wo hope our p trior
will prove to bo an attrnctho place for joung men
to meet for exmvcrteitlon nud friendly intercourse.
With n well equipped (Jyiuuaslum, nnd oco-ialonal
lectures, rendinpn, enncerta, and other entertain
inentR in tho Hall uhoso, our hojio la that tho inno
cent recreation thoro provided may drnw young
men to thU aiiot. Horu too praer miHitliigs may
bo hold nnd lllhlo clnasea meet, and religious Ker
vlcea bo conducted to which boiuo may bo willing
to go who do not ko to church services. Hut thin
work to bo done, raising the walls of our building
ht n small prt of tlio work before us. A glance at
tho standing objects provided for in our Const!-
tiou dhows tbnt tho projectors of this Association
linvo high aims and wido vvuft. I givo thorn, not
in their published ordor, niiu classify as follows t
i, i.i.j.t iuiintm4 utuuii null naoaiij ill luiiutmi
rirst Work outsfdo the walls of our Association
building t Offering hospitality to strangers, visit
ing prisons, hospitals nut) shipping, visitation of
tho sick, dostitnto nnd nflllclcd, including tho sick
ninong our own membership I furnishing employ
ment, distributing rending matter, presumably to
the Inmates of prisons nnd hospitals, nnd to tbosu
on board of h1iIH and to tho sick.
Second. Work Inside tho walls of nn Association
lluildiug entertniuments which fairly ' lucludo
lit-cturi'S, Heading, Concerts, nnd other improv
ing reenntionsj Libraries and (those in our build
itiir must bo Intended) Heading llooms; nnd
Third Woriiwhiuh may properly bo dono both
within nud without our Association rooms, l'nbllo
preaching, olther in our Hall or in other parts of
the town, not in tho churches. Prayer-mcctiugs
the same. Sunday Schools probably most of this
work is intended to bo done in connection with tho
regularly organized schools; but If classes can ba
gathered together, for whom there is no room in
thu Church .Sunday Schools, then establish them
In our building at convenient hours. Classes for
Instruction: Iheso nro doubtless Intended to givo
opportunity for tho formation of classes for spec
ial instruction evenings from nmong those who
nro too old or too poor to attend tho regular schools
of tho city. Hero is nn opportunity fur instruction
In book keeping in tho sciences nnd in tlio lan
guages. A class In Hawaiian might koou bo started
for those who deslro thlsqualifipatiou for positions
on plantations, or in government employ, or
wherever Hawaiian nro to bo donlt vrithi nnd
lastly, such other lines of Christian work as tho
Association may, from tiuio to time, decide upon.
To this must bo ndded thu work upon which
each member of tho Association is nppolnled n
committee by virtue of his membership, of netting
a consistent example ns n Christian and of put
ting fortli licrsona! offorU towards reclaiming tho
wandering, ltathor than extend this list, I fear it
already spreads over too wido n domain, and cx-
Iierienco may show that wo bIi.UI Accomplish moro
ly concentrating our efforts upon a moro con
tracted list of subjects. Wo cannot undsrtako tho
enliir mnniKir'nent of religious affairs in this com
munity. Thu subjects of our works nro tho young
men of our 'race in Honolulu, nlid tii secure their
aociil, moral nud religions welfare should our
efforts bo dlrcctetl.
I am much Imprei-sed with n series of articles in
the Century ilaytizliit by ltov. Washington Oladden,
entitled tho "Christian Loagno of Connecticut."
Chap. IX describes the method by which tho Y. M.
C. A. of Now Albion oamo to its death "by
spreading out itself so thin that it finally soaked
In nud disappeared." Whilo not agreeing with
tho article in tho idea that tho chnrch can best do
the work of tho Y, II. 0. A. it has given mo
much food for reflection. Ours is not a mission
ary organization distinctively. This field of both
rorcigu nnd Homo -Missions is well occupied by
the liawaiian Hoard nnd the subsidiary organiza
tion of tho Hawaiian Mission Children's Society
ami Womana' lki.ird of Missions. It is nuito trno
that direct Christian work ninong tho Chineso in
these islands received its first assistance and im
pulse from within tills Association nnd it has
continued to b n boxful feature of our work nml
n prominent subject upon which no funds nro ex
pended. With tho growth of, this work however,
it is not difficult to seo that tho tiisu is near when,
in order to its greater efficiency ami also lest it
nbsorb too much of our forco ami financial means
it must bo relinquished nnd somobody whoso
legitimato work it is.
ilnny members of our Association nro doing n
noble work among tlio native Hawaiians, but it
would uot be ndvisnblo to add this to the list of
our standing obje-cts, of work and appoint thoreon
regulnr committees, lest wo find this too great it
work for us nnd tho object of our Association bo
lost sight of. So also this Is not distinctively it
Temperauco Socioty though teaching nnd enjoin
ing temperance nlwnys ; nnd wisdom will dictato
that nil efforts toward compelling tho execution of
tho law on tho subject or agitation having in view
iKilitical reform or temperanco legislation must bo
left to otbei Societies.
It Is well occasionally to tako our bearings nnd
determine our ptisitiou ns accurately na wo can,
lest tmr cherished Association loso its symmotry
and wo find ourselves roaming over fields so wido
nnd with objects so diverse that no results will bo
produced, nnd our Association, liko that of Kow
Albion, become "spread out so thin ns to soak in
United, concentrated efforts to roach tho vonng
men of Honolulu nud to bring them within tlio in
fluences of tho (iospcl of Jesus Chist is tho ulti
mata object of for which wo nro banded together.
As oxpresseel In tho preamblo to our Articlo of Or
ganization, our aim is tho " religious, mental,
social nud physical improvement of ourselves nnd
others." Let us not loso sight of this. Thu field
is before ns, nnd tho promise is groat. Let us nd
dress ourselves to tho work, trusting to God to
be No. 164.
lie comer of
to 5 p. m.
S)i V. m.
rj D. C. ROWS,
IIOU.1K nnl MUX IM IXTKIt,
Pamir Hancsp, etc.,
107 Klne; street, Honolulu.
T EWERS ft COOKE,
(SUU.RSSOKS TO I.SWEHS A DlCKlON,)
IMVOUTKH.1 AM) HKAt.KHH IX lAtil-
her nml nil lihil nf HtiVtlltiu JlnlerlnU.
Fort street, Honolulu, II. I. 1
ps O. HALL, ft SON,
Comma PoaTAMi Kino SrimsTS,
lMfOHTI'AlS, M'.AUUIS IX It Attn.
refirr, lry tlnnilnt rulnfff,
Oila and General Merchandise. f
TT W. McCHESNEY ft SON,
I.KATIIKIl, HUMS, TALLOW, ANI
Agents for the Koyal Soap Company. Na 4a Queen
street, Honolulu, H. I, 9
r- C. COLEMAN,
llOSoLUtl', II. I.,
lll.At'KSMITII, MACHINIST, CAII-
rlntfe tYorkf llora Sltoehitf,
Plantation Machinery, etc. Shop on Kin? street,
next to Cattle & Cooke a.
No. 8 Kashitmanu street,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
STOVES .AND RANGES,
of all kinds, Plumbers' atock and melals, house fumlah
log goods, chanilehera, lamps, elc
M. OAT ft Co.
.Honolulu, II. It,
SAIIr-MAKKItS. fl.AtlS OF ALT. 11K-
aerlpttotta matte tintt repntrett.
Loft in A. F. Cooke 'a new fire proof building, foot of
Nuuinu Street. aS
Honolulu, It. I.
I'lONKKK HTKAM CAXOY MAXVVAC-
tory ami Itahery.
Practical Confectioner, l'astry Cook and Ilaker.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Numim
street a. a
-s ENGLING ft Co.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Street,
TIXSMITIIS AXI 1'LVMHKIIS, HKAI
era In Sloven. Itttiifea, Tin, 3a
T W. GIRVIN,
WVeiLUkU, Maui, II. I.,
C'OWMISStOX MKIIVHAXT AXI flKX
erttl Iteoler lit Dry tlnotta,
Groceries llnnlwaif. Stationery, Patent Medicines,
I'crfumery and Glassware. 1
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, II. I.,
stkam r.sniXKS, 11011,1:1m, sua ah
Mltla, Cottlvra, Iron, llrtlaa
And Lead Castings. ( Machinery ofesery description
maJe to order. Particular attention paid to bhips'
Ulacksinitliiiig. Job work executed on the shortest no
T H. ROGERS,
No. 9 Kaaiiumanu Street, Honolulu, IL I.,
WA'ICII AJyii CLOCK MAKElt,
llepnlrlnu a Specialty,
EsuUishe-J 1851. '- I
SH. MBBKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.):
script Ion ttoHe to order. .'
Men's, boys' and youths' work. I
On tbe a6th of May, the American Mission
aries assembled in Honolulu at General Meet
ing, were received at the l'alacc by the King,
Kamelumeru IV, the main object of the inter
view being the pietentatlon to him of a beau
tifully .bound Bible, in the name of the Am
erican llible Society. The presentation was
made on the part of the tttble Society by Mr.
S.-K; .Castle, with an appropriate address.
The King's reply, which was penned by him
at very nhoit notice on the mornlngof the pres
entation, Is o well worded and offers so fair
specimen of Alexander Liholiho'a literary
ability, Out I am teruptetl to transcribe it hcrct
"The volume you present me In behalf of
the American Bible Society, and the letter
with which It It accompanies., I receive with
a mingled feeling of pleasure and reverence.
When 1 remember the moral Illumination and
the tease of social propriety which have spread
through these Islands, In proportion as the
Holy Scriptures have been inculcated, I cannot
but admire and respect the human ageucy
tswough which ptoviJcnce hat offered lit be
nign pus-pose. But of all the members of the
IWltutlon, there b none with whom I could
More gladly find myself In communication than
the secretary, whose Ubors have won for him
name among Christian phllanthioplstt which
tight cache a wotlj to emulation,
I wW not attempt, to echo tbe time of fervent
Vbssitsvtlc-n and gratitude with which you
Htjale lathe happy changes offered by the
ttitniwilrr'-- of God's Holy Woidt but from
the potation I occupy, the factt meet me
whitsWirtf way I turn uy eyes. I tee them
cvswjr way aad every hour, I tee principle
UUm wot Wfat lay people that were uu
tauajn aa4 italntTl'k"1' to them at that dark
sjaloal of ow Miigiou KUtiwy to which you
kMM Mfaftajtl. They have now a standard by
lolstxtft of tttaatlvea and ofcachothcr
M tocttriy. vs iiBoui inat tianoatu,
M Ihv hajt the law efautoaailc power could
IM abaeace would nave
sJm gift et fcee laatkutioot, such a
MfM IBM uaaUit act U
miUm pat of . pr1
M - a lgAu- aaaats QiJsatf
aaai aawassaaaassi ssasa w
on old gcnllcman'atoncofthc tables beckoned
him down stairs. He had observed the lioy't
interest In the game, and offered to teach him
the moves. The boy learned verv ranidlv.
and in a few days was able to cope with his in
structor, in a lortmght he coulil give the old
gentleman the odds of a queen and beat him.
the " boy phenomenon " bcean to be talked
of. The best players that came into Otis
Field's were pitted against him and tieaten.
ruuuy, wncn 11c was scarcely iiuecn, young
Mason's fame spread amoiitr the un-town nlav-
ras. With two years he improved so greatly
that none but the best pla)crs would engage
him, and Ixfore he was twenty his admirers
were anxious to match turn agvinst Captain
McKcmie. then the acknowledges! chanmlon
of New York, They ph)cd no public game,
to far at known, but It is stated that Mason
held his own with McKcmie in friendly en
counters. He Is now second in the Vienna
match for the championship of the world.
A PICKLED GOKILLA.
l'ual du Chaillu. the discoverer of the t'orilla.
It " indicated "again, at he was a good many
)cart apo, when I'mfcs-sor Owen and other
8 rcai cuiiaii iiaiuiansii cuniuuicu an inat ine
ittlnguislicd tracllerhas said of the "concct
Ing link. " The laxly of an immense gorilla,
iirocrvctl in alcohol, hat just been rcccUcd
in rhiladclphb, and Is to be dtucctcel by
rrofessor Cope, the eminent naturalist. The
animal, when alive, was the terror of a certain
locality on the Gatioon river, in Africa, but
was finally killed by a bullet in the eye, aimed
by a burly native. The missionaries there
nutchatctl the body, and securing a large
barrel, packed the animal in it, filling it up
with alcohol. It wai consigned to Mr. Rogers,
who sold It to Profcaanr Cotse. It waa ahhntttl
Ijria Liverpool to Philadelphia, and has travelled
over iw,uxaj nuiea mi rcacnuig ns ucsiination.
The animal It more than five feet eight inches
high, with amis four, feet lis inches long, and
It T wpposcd that he was twenty-live or thirty
)cart of age. It It the largest specimen of the
gorilla in the Untied States.
HOW A GEORGIAN MADE $j,cx.
There lives a man In Confers, Georgia,
who claims to be the boss swapper, Ten yvart
ago he bought a pockct-kntfc, for which he
paid $. lie swapped this lor a pistol j he
swapped the pistol lor a shotgun, the gun for
a cow, Ihc cow (or a horse, and told the horse
lot 9joa. Uc lavatted the $500 for the first
five Year, anal drew cut li.000, lie hat the
$a,Mp out at Inter tart lot kv ytM at 10 pee
ttti, aad Im turn ha the ravk of hia luuft
:t and Per-
No. 39 MerciUnt Strskt, Hoiolulv, II. I.,
JMFOHTKHS Of OKXEKA 1. MKUIUIAX-
tlfae from Prattee, EiifflttHtl,,
Germany and the United Slates. i
ai6 and ar! California Shirt, S. P.,
Particular attention paid lu filling ami lup4n Ia-
T OUIS ADLBR,
Number ij Nuvanu Street.
MANVt'AVTVUKK AND UKALKK IN
llooia ilasil SMora of every ltearrtptloH.
Ladiea an.t Cruldrcn'e wear. My stock la worthy of
Inspection. ITKet very low. si
T WILLIAMS Co.
' ioa and 104 Fort Street,
Pictures of all shea and kinds made to order, and
frames or all deseriptlona constantly; on hand. Also
Corals, .Sheila and (Juruaitiet of the Pacific
ALLEN ft ROBINSON,
Honolulu, II. I.,
Iheillera in Lumber and ull kind of HutlJ
Hf Muttrlml; Valuta, OUa, Nulla, Ht.,
A Rents tit schooners
HaUakala, KuUaawu, KtaauJuotd, Mary EU.n,
Uliaaaa. PaoaW aad LeaM.
At RoUnaoa't Wharf. i
yHBO. H. PAVIES Co.,
(Late anion, Grrih & Co.)
IMVOHTKU, COMMIMHION MKKLHAXt
aSMsl Auant far
Lloid"s asvl tha Llvtrvaal UtuWrwrtttrt
fttLah aad Foraia-B Marina laturaaee Cotapaay,
Aad HorUsena Aaaaliaca Coampaay. i
"SUUI1ER04 Hotel bTREET,
me-als sEJtrjtyn at all
hours of the day,
Snccial terms for reeular boardera. 'Phe oidv auita-
Ue private room in tuwn for Ladiea.
twrs. ueon qej ean, rropnesreas.
B. MclNTYRB ft BROTHBR,
On. Kino anii Fort Sts., Honolulu,
tllUH'KHY AXIt PKEIt MTOIIK.
Queem Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
OKXKHAL VOMMIMSION AtlKNrs. 1
CD. iioprsciiLAncnn & Co,
Hunoluiu, Oaiiu, II. I.,
lMI'tlllTKHS AND VUSIM1H1ION MKIt'
P A. SCIIAEPER ft Co.
v Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
IMI'OllTllllS AXI VOMMIS.1IOX MKIt
"1XMLDER ft Co.
Cor. Fort and IJueen Srs., Honolulu.
LVMnmt. PAINTS, OILS, NAILS,
nml Ittiltilhiji Mitterttila of every A t ml. 1
P P. ADAMS, -j
Queen Street, Honolulu,
a vvrioNKiin a nii commission mmh.
A S. CLBGHORN ft Co.
iMrORTFRS AND DEALERS IN
Corner Queen and Kaaiiumanu Streets, Honolulu.
T-aOLLBS ft Co.
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I,,
SHU' CHANttLEItS ANII COMMISSION
Importers and Dealers In General Merchandise. 1
J NO, H. BROWN,
" ioj IIrrrtania Street,
ins vector or WEiuirrs A xi
Orders can be left at the Police Station.
1Ur S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
Maker's llLncK, Queen Street,
IMl'OltTEIISANn WHOLESALE IK.I1
era ht f'rierrlf Merelulinllae. a
S. GRINBAUM & Co.
3t4 California Sr., Sam Francisco.
fo itn' j w ixu axi vommissios
Special facilities for ami isarticuUr attention paiil to
consignments of Hlatnl produce. a
No. in FoktStufkt, Honolulu.
WATOlMAKKlt, JEWELEH, KXOKA-
rrr. ami littttnamt Siller
All onler faithfully executeti. 3a
T AWRENCE & FREETH, 4
1'lans nml estimates furnished for Works of Con
&t met ion. Civil KngiueeHng and Kurvejwis. Office,
19 and 31 Merchant street, oer J, V. Robertson & Co.
'. O. lion 101. i6-ly
No. 114 Fort St., orrosiTR Pantheon Stables,
HOOT AX I SIlOE.nAKEH. JIOOTS AXU
tiUoet untile to orttrr,
Of best tnatertal at reasonable prices, and fot cash. 3
TTOLLISTER & Co.,
Wholesale and Rf.taiu
nnvauisTs axo tohaccqxists.
No. 59 Nnuanu ttrect. Honolulu, H. I. t
'QROWN ft PHILLIPS,
ir 'No. t8 Nuimnu Strskt, Honolulu, H. I.,
practical llumberti, Gam-fitters
Particular attention paid to the fitting up of the
oprtngneiq uas maenmc.
np H. NORTON & Ca,
ISO. 13 JllAUNAKBA &TKBRT,
Mtarae ahoeing, Shoes removed and allklritln
of jiiacKMMitn n orK none to ortter,
Carriace makhe and repairing done by competent
workmen. The bet horsc-ihocr in the country works
at this place. 105 qr
Crater or Kilauka.
rT. II, T.KXTZ, MAXAOKlt.
Visitor requiring any unusual display of volcanic ac
tion will kindly ctve the Manager at leaM ten days no
tice in line weather, and from eleven to thirteen in fouL
Plenty to eat, a rousing fire, clean beds, and the best
attendance, on the Hawaiian Island. 5
f E. WILLIAMS,
lUfORTKR AN UKALKR IN
rVRXITVHK OVKVKHY MiSCMVTXOX
Also Uphoiiterrr nnd Manufacturer
Furniture Wareroonu No. 100 Fort street. Work-
tdiop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
p tenucu 10. 43
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co.
IMI-ORTERS AND DkALBRS IN
hoots, shoes, ruitxismxa uoons,
Jtatj, Cap, Trunk, Valise,
Perfumery and Soaps, Walt ham Watches, Fine Tew
clry, etc., cor, of Fort and Merchant ttreU, Hon
olulu, H. I. 1
"pHOS, G. THRUM,
iMrORTINQ AND MANUFACTURING
HTATIOXKIt, XKHS AUK ST, MUNTKK,
And publisher o( the SaH'kdav I'm us, and Jfauwi
an At Ammuaf, Merchant street. UeaU
er in Fine Stationery, Itooks, Music, Toys and Fancy
uoous, rorx sweet, near iimei, iionoiuiu.
rOSBPH E. WISEMAN
Honolulu, H. I.,
HKA h KHTA TK BHOKKH A XU EMPLOl'-
Rents Rooms. Collages, Houses, ant! sells and teases
Real Kstat in all pans of the Kingdom. linplo)incat
fount! for ihoM seekinii work In all the various branches
of business connected with these IsUnds. Lets'" docu
menu drawn. Hills CoUetied, llooks and Accounts kept
and general office work transacted. Patronage solicited.
Cumroissions moderate. 34
fp W. MACFARLANE Co.
Qukkn Stbkrt, Honolulu, H. I,
Importer and Commission Merchants,
HooIhsoh'0 Mrs-proof Jiu tiding.
Tha GUsgow ad Honoiulu Line of Packets
John Hajr A Co,'e Liverpool Line of PacsaU
Ttw Waikapu PUaUUoa
The Speocec Pleirtatlosi. HUo
Hakalau PUntatiosi, HUo
Mlrteee, TaM WaUotv Sugar Mac bine ry
Tha Pmuoa Sheep Raxh Compaay
A I- SMITH.
JurONTtK and Pkalek IK
aLASSH'AKK. MEUItiKX HILVKK laJU
tett Wars. Mraekrt. Vases.
King's CowUnation Spvtaclcs and EyegUsses,
Luural Wire Ware, Faiwy Soaps, Picture Fraases Pu
lob, WosUenholm's Pocket CuiVry, Powd, Saot and
Ammiunuiuo, Clark's Si4 Cotton, Mastbine OiL all
kinds of AUchin Needles. 'lkMiUcM Paper FatJiion.
SW agent of the uiUvcnauy acknowledged
Llght-Ruamlag Doeaettk SewUg MackJae,
Na 4t atraat HotwIsUst,
HOTEL DTKKKT, HONOLULU, II. I,,
DEALER IX LADIES' AND
Gent's Shoes and Gaiters,
Try my store, after one transaction you will be sure
1 come acain. Repairing done to order. Formerly of
-SIIAULHS T, OULICK,
AGRMT TO TAKE AcRNOWLBtKlMENTS TO I.AR0S
OKNERAt, I1USINKSS AOENT.
Odice in Mackee's Blork at corner Qurrnanit Kaahu.
niaiiit slrtrta, Honolulu. -ty
J4 King; Street,
Tin, Copper-, ami Sheet Iron Worker.
Plumbing, gas fitltne amt all work In my Una firomptly
attendedta 'lanna moltrate.
Kemcmbcr.tlio ajdresa, oipustle tliarolicc Siatlon,
M Kins; street. uritnx
O J- LEVEY & CO.,
Wholesale nnd Ratstll Qrooors,
Port street, Honolulu.
Fresh Rrocrriea anil provislona of all klnda on hand anl
reteivetl rrcularly from Kurope and Amrrkui wtikh
will lie sold at tlie lo.est market rates.
O00J4 tlelirereil la any art of the city free of charge.
Island ordrra solicited and ttumt. alttnlioil will 1
given 10 the same. lie.ty
yXTONO LEONO & CO.,
NtilMhu Strret, Cor. Marine,
Ayenla for .11 on nut Sugar, I'alama Ittce
And Kailua Kice Plantation and Mill, laa-ry
T H. LYNCH,
M Klnr street,
Dsusler In erey daworiptloa of BOOTS
Ladles and Gents' Fine Wear ft Specialty,
O0ST0N BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
C. OKUWKK & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian lalands. i
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OP UNDER
C. BRJill'KR cV Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
of San Francisco.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGKNrS,
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR
ance Company of Hamburg',
A. JAEGER, AGKXT,
HuiMiii);, Merthatulise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against Fire on the mott favorable terms, 1
FQRTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Berlin,
; A. SC11AEFER & Co., AGEXTS.
The above Insurance Company, lias established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned, General
A Cents, aria authorired to take risks against the dangers
of the ."teas at the most reasonable rates and 011 the
mokt favorable terms.
REMBN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
K A. SCJylEFEl A Co., AtU.
Also agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
Tor the liawaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F. A. SC1I A EF UK cV Co., AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company lias established a Gen
eral Agency here, and ihe above signed. General Agenls,
are authorized to take Risks against the dangers of the
Seas at the most reasonable rates, and on the moat fa
SCHWE1ZERISCHE LLOYD RUCKVER
slchenings Gesellschaft of Wlnterthur,
. 11ACKFF.LD & Co., AGENTS.
Capital of the Company, francs 5,000,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure lluildings. Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
and Kice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage by nre, on the most favorable terms. I
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
Na 4. Merchant Street. Hosolult, II. I.,
(orrosiTK sailor's home.)
CUSTOM HOOT AND SHOE
Good work: low prices. Repairing done with neat-
nesa and dispatcd.
P H. obdinc,
Ezprtwa susd Dratjrauus.
Freight, Packages, and llaggage delivered to and from
all parta of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to movinfc Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
Telephone 16 ; residence a5 Punchbowl street.
Office M Kins; street ioSlf
OEB HOPP A Co.,
37 Maunakea street,
CARPENTER AND FURNITURE DEALER.
Houses built and the repairing of housca attended to.
Terma moderate. tia.iy
TUT PHILLIPS Co.
anil Wlioleanle Iteolera in Cloth Inn, Aoota,
Shoes, Hata, Mens'a Furnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods, etc.
No. as Kaahurnasu street.
T P. BURGESS,
CAUVKNTKR uhiI HVILHEtt.
All linda of Jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny. 130, Williamson 'a Kxrea Office.
Shop No. 14 Klaa; aUaat 108
Diaeaseaof Horses and other dontcsticalcd Animals,
treated In Ihe most practical and acienlilto manner.
DISEASES Or THE 'iH" A SrECIALTV,
Residence!, Port street, Honolulu, where all orders
left will receive prompt atlenlion. s,-u,r
- F, WOLFK,
Honolulu, II. 1.,
UKOCKHV, t'KKU ANH PROVISION
Would Uka beads of families. tuardlnEhouse keeucra
and uahera 10 know that ha at all times aUt at. prices
kwcst ol ihm low. Orders eolkued and goods promty
delivered In any pari of the cilvor suburbs. Nurubvr
saej Kasa; Straws, tssween Alakea and Fort Sta. i-om
ISHOP ft Co.
J. SILLOWAY, ,
Na ) King Street,
MAUIILM: aaa4 HAMNKMM MAKKH,
Meakan SaJ4kt-aaakIn( leading line.
All linda of REPAIRING BONE 'IX) ORDER.
Prices aaowdia,ly aaoderatc. iia-sni
P S. PHATT ft CO,
Am4lra aassl C.asaaasMl.aa MartMrnmit,
Qmi Street (Bar Rock), HotUulu.
-Siclal altealioa ,lseai 10 tkei ak of RaaJ aad l"er-
aar Adrajscj. aaade on Consiaaaenta.a 11
Ma Caifyeaaa.r, aSjsasr Maikr swat (waaMw,
N , QiEjeai SrT(Uk)w HgawUa Ima Wgefcai
ItonoLUlu, It. I.,
Draw KackugeoatU BANK OP CALIFORNIA,
Sua Francisco, and Uuii agents Us
MESSRS. M. M. ROTHSCHILD SONS, Loojon.
Tk. ORIENTAL BANK. COttPOBATtOM i
laasBvaML aftd iltfstr WasMthM M
A VI Iransasct a Maarml paaking miiMaa, i
-tzrlLUAM O. SMITH,
No. M MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU,
Suf ar PUaUltoa. Raik
OR1TISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR-
Xj ance Company, (Limited)
TfEO. ft. DAl'IES, AGENT
Ihe above aeent lias received instructions to re
duce the tates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Forts in the Pacific, and is now prepared to issue poll
cits at tho lowe&t rates, with a special reduction on
freight cr steamers,
TTAMBURG-BRBMEN FIRE INSURANCE
X A company.
; A, SCIIAEFEE A- Ca., AGENTS
The above firm liavinr been aonointed aeents of this
company art prepared to insure risks against fire on
Stone and Uriclc buildings and on Mcrcliandise stored
therein, on the most favorable terms. For particulars
apply at their office. i
TJ W. SEVERANCE,
316 California St., Cau, (Room No. 4 )
lMll.t.a.V CONSUL .t COMMISSION
ARNDBN ft Co.
117 ft 110 Market Sr., San Francisco,
UENEIt.t L rVltVtl.tHI.SlI A OKNTS ANH
Commlaatnn Merehattta. 1
PRANK H. AUSTIN ft Co.,
OrncE No. aoCALirriRNis Strset, S. F.,
COMMISSION AOEXTS ,t KUtWA ltl-
Consignments from the liawaiian Islands desired
Hie lst firices warrantetl and sales guaranteed. 4
-HARLES BREWER ft Co.
a; KlLuv Street, IIoston,
AOEXTS Of HAWAIIAN PACKETS,
tlenernt Cottitntaaion Ayenta.
Sfieclal attention given to the purchasing of goods for
the Hawaiian trade. leight at lowest rates. 1
PIANOS AND ORGANS t
10,000 Pianos) t.ouo Organs; save half; buy of the
manufacturers! from Jr to$icui cash, rent,
or Installment 1 catalogues free.
ANT1SELL. corner Market ami Powell. San Fran.
T GUS BURT,
For country merchants and mining cotn(anies and cen
eral Commission Merchant. Insurance (fleeted In
good companies at lowest rates.
Office 40, Front Street, San Kranelsco, Cat
ALMBR & REY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
The largest and only complete Type Foundry and
Printers' Warehouse on thePvinc Coa-4,
05 and 107 LeidesdorfT and
519 Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
We keep on hand the tartest stock of American Fancy
T)re ever kept on this coast, together with a
most complete stock of Miller & Rich
ard's Scotch Type ; and can
furnish, at nhort notice.
Anything in the Printer line,
from a Itodkln to n C)linder Press. ( We hive a large
stock of new ami second hand Printing IVesses of
all makes and sixes. We are sole agents fur
Campbell's Cj linder Presses, Cottrcll ( and
Dabcock Presses; also Peerless, Clip
er, Jewel, Gordon and Wash
WASHINGIXIN HAND PRESSES;
new Raster steam engines, which are Just the thing; for
printer, Tuerk Water Motcrs, Gem Paper Cutters,
ami a full line of Sanborn's bookbindets'
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printing Inks are considered the best in
use. Have you used our Perfection plates 1
They save editorial work and Compos)'
tion, and therefore save money,
.tarSEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
Rkmbmhhr No house on this coast can compete with
us in quality of goods.
Chicago office 17 Monro street.
AWAIIAN INVESTMENT AND AGENCY
On Fitstclass securities, for lone or short periods
AodIv to W. L. GREEN. Manager rt itnt.
Office Qoecn Street, over G. W. Macfarlane ft Co.-48tf
NORTH-GERMAN PIRB INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg1,
A 1ACKFELD & Ca AGENTS.
Capital and Reserve , ..... Reichsmark 8,830,000
' their Re-Insurance Companies, ' 35,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for tbe Hawaiian
Islands, ore prepared to insure lluildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc, also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage by 111 e, on the moot favorable temis. 1
TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
. UACKEELD cV Cs., A&mtt.
Capital and Reserve, . .,, , , Reichsmark 6,000,00a
their Re-Insurance Companies ' 101,650000
Total .... Reichsmark 107.650,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure Uuildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and iToduce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels In the harbor against loss
or damage by fire, on the, mot favorable terms. 1
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
MILDER & Co., AGENTS,
LnrOeat, Snfvat ami moat KcoHomlrat Ltfo
Inaurance Company tn tko World,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
For further information concernlnE ih. Comnanv.
anj( for rate, of Insurance apply to ihe Agents, orso
1, r.. mscnian, oonciitng AKent-
MITOON AMD PaOVUfOIAX
Fir lavssirasjao Co.
SntterlkeU Capital .... $8,000,000
Hie ahove Company hav. now estaUisheU (an acency
nere, ana ar. preparr) 10 laa. risaa on prou
cfly of every description within these
J. T. WATEKIIOUSE, Jr.,
. Rsltroail, Telephone and oilier
tocks, Sssads and similar
swawjait aad sssld oa
Honolulu, II. 1., October isi. iHa.
Na to, Kmo Stseet, Hoholvh', II, I.
ahltHriau asasU CMasttMaas Martkanla,
laatmrtan aad Daalan la
Tk. HiscWock k Coaanuy's Hi Ma lino
TW Ajtamnler ft ttaUww PUaaalinn
R. Halsaea.l. or Waislaa Hawaii m
A. TTiWuk ft OxmffafTEiM, Kauai
), M. Aaaaamhr, HaJU. MaaL
a is. raaicai aMsasarsl
Tssa KnaiaU Raaf
Hailua SsaW Cswaisacy.
M KiaSdW&SEsUasr sLuSataaaaSJIT.
TsaS Usssta lataaaaasa saaaajaaw af
iaCTICaX.-Nalae.iaaiCsfsaRaTAaMal-lM gaSaa.J,fcfMaMlJllliyianlltl AJ JgU
(L . -
-pHB LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
A uiooa saanrBJeca acMBpaaj.
JllSUOr& Co., AGENTS.
Unlimited LlokUUy I. MtotkkaUdora.
Assets..,,,,...,,..., ,.,...,.. fes.aa,sa
Rasanra..,,..,. .,. t,,,.,,,,tirt ssss,eaj.
Ircoue roa i In!
fcWw. r.e.lv.Ml altar ilaaliillfcis. of rata
taamraaca...... ,....$ (.jfavaaj)
Loasea prowptly adjussasl and paI haeau
NBW BNOLAND MUTUAL LIFB INSUR
atvca Caasaaaayal Saataa.
CASTLE ft COOKS, ACKNTS.
Tk oUawi Pmls Mtttsial Life I
CtaSfftsaf iat Mat UaVit4 SUUtS.
lalela f aataaal an Ma semubI faworasMa rai-awi
aiauria or aioa-roararTVsa ruAia 1
Inarted af IS yeas-orJUery lets plaa 1
I AaasaMpaiSEl.ai lisllaiiigaajay,yaa.,
aaaaaj aarsaaskaaia saaajasaa gaaaj j yaana. f ;
asaaassaa aaiassBsssssa asaana rasasaw ssawak av --
a assM&l SHrSSSSStataaaal BaTSataaNaHaaM WJW S)9JUMU
A-f, - $tSAr.
Laaaaa jsOd VkttmS ttastsia aSstsMf. tjaa
IX7-AILUKU POI FACTORY,
Wailuku, Maui, II. I
lie at Quality of fatal Manufacture! Coif
atantly. AH orders filled with dispatch.
B. H. Bailey.
AT THE OLD STAND. NUMI1F.R t KAA
SHEET IRON WORKER,
I'LUMIIINTa IN ALL ITS IJRANCIIKS.
f Artesian Well Pipe-all sUet.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sam, MeJallion.'RIchmond, Tip-top, I'alace,
Hora, May, Contest, OranJ Prlie, New Rival,
Oiera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, Gypsy, Queen,
Pansy, Army Ranges, Magna Charts,
HucV, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ala
meda, kli)se, Charier Oak,
Nimble, Inwood and
GALVANIZED IRON and COPPER I10II.ERS
KOK RANGES, GRANITE IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all aizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast Iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Honast FarnUbiiifj Oooda, svU Itlnda.
All sires and grades, Uti and Korea Pumps. Cistern
PunijH, Galvantred Iron, Sheet Coper and
Sheet Uad, Lead Pipe, Tin Plate,
Water Closcta, Maible slabs
and bowls, enameled
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS AND LANTERNS,
DEAD THIS! THE UNDERSIGNED HAV-
J.V Ing made certain unprovemente in the arrange
ment and construction of rlucs and Air apacca for
oicuiii moucts wnicn euecta . oonsiucrauie savins: Ol
l-. :. : . i, i- i . t-
r hci, is wuiiiik to kwjiicv ail wws cnirusicu 10 mm
Addrea E. Oaliley, l7 Qneea St. to
NOWLBS' STEAM AND VACUUM
C. BREWER & Co., AGENTS.
I fa vim? on hand a full arul mmtalctaf. slnrk nf ih
above cclcbrateii umps, just received ucvAmy Tutntt
tront IIoston, we guarantee them to be cheaper and
ueiier tnan any otner style ot pump unporieu. we call
the attention of planters particularly to the Vacuum
Pump, which is the least complicated and more ftcrvica
Ue than other pumpt is-tf
XTOTICEa-Ea, C. DAKE, 65 MERCIIANT.S
11 Exchange, is the only auihortied Agent of the
Fkess in San rrundsaca. The Satuhuav 1'nkK.t can
lwa)i be seen on file in his office 6
rHB MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SETTING IN IlKICK.
G. ENGLING d Co.,
No.jNuuamm St., lloHolml, It. I,
Sole agenls for these Islands. Tho best cooking ap
paratus lor in. 'lamaiiun, jiotcj or runny.
RANGES ft FIXTURES such at
Ifof -.Viler Hotter a,
Urate Mara, Kte.,
Always In slock.
Explicit directions fur aetttng up accompany every
Circular! ami Jritts OH affliidlion. iti-qr
XTOTICE.-Mr. Thomas Rain Walker hat leu this
J.S day aujnuled aa a member of our Arm.
Tllr.O. II, DAVIES ft CO.
Honolulu. January l, 188. ias.lm
THE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
G. ENGLING Jb Co.,
No. s, Nututm St., Honolulu H. .,
Sole agents for these Islands. A full line of Ihe
Hnptrtur as net
smI " Mteptrlur"
and Ftstures for the aaat. always in slots,
JOB WORK PKOUPTLY DONE.
"pilE LATEST NOVELTY.
TRIMVTMS or HAWAIIAN VMUMK,
' ASoavcadrctUSuaoo, by Local Wrliera,
uUm," ' VUrue,M
I'UULISIIEb BV TIIOS. G. THRUM
PrUa, aM Cant KmeA. in
PX BARK KALAKAUA
ANU BARENTINE ELLA,
Golden Data Extras FaassLUjr susd
Cases DRAWN, Cases DACON,
Cases WHITTAKER STAR HAMS,
HALES OK HAV, C, C.
Just to liand, and for sale by "
ru-tf bolx.es a 00.
O0METH1NG NEW UNDER THB SUN.
Made Eaprcasly for these Islands:
Bnckla Dtss Fadrtsa,
BuoUa XMrt Ezelssslan,
Lsu WaWtan- Ttssa.
CALIFORNIA KID LACE,
Pluth Glove Tops,
llrogans, new line.
ladies' Pebbl. Button CrtvpMt Shoes,
Misses' and Children's Shoes, etc
Uy the Suea I have received a stock of Ladies 'and
Gents' and Children's SHOES, elc, manufactured to
my order for tlua market.
J. 11. LYNCH,
No. 88 Kino street ..,., Honolulu
TvJBW SHOP AT
ja Klna straat,
BlsMiataamlUilssa sua4 Oanlacss
T. II, MURRAY, Manager.
promptly shod, In the best manner ; Carrlaga
irig by comoeieiit workmen. Try our near
anop, two aoora from Maunakea atrcet.
npilB STATE 1NVBSTUBNT
First ssaal Sfsvrlsaa laajajf ajaaaa CaMBfSaBf
Having established an agency star., its, uaderalgne4 la
aulboriasMt to accs-yt riaka agalnat
Fiaa UN llUILLINGS,
Marina Kiiiton I'nuli, Cnrfm, tUnUnJiu, Etc.
Losses promptly adjuatasl and payable her. Teresa
liberal (ll;) . W. LAINK.
'HE PACIFIC MUTUAL
ufk issHnsaMoa ooatFAirr
Desire to call lb paitkular allanlloa of everybody
TONTINE INVKSTMKNT POLICUS,
Wbkli oontaln lU " lndispuubl. Claas. f
No Kaatrktiuua on Travel or Kesldenc.
Frea fruau Danger ca Furfaauara
Also The Dehhit Endowment Poikt, and tk. Ma
lual Uveal aaem FuUcy,
TUa U on. of ike soss relaabU trxpanUa estaa)
has no superior, and fear auaks. ittiUn all ttslaaa
proapaly ; asta boaeathr and fsitrtt- by alL
Far fwilaer InfonaasM. write to, or caH on
R. w LAINK.
tlf-sf Oeneasl AgenS for tU Kawalaa Maaaj,
Amu citmm, aiuuum mumm,
Au Woai-AtcanuiJC ttavaaaoM,
BarataaU SaraM), baa. Fort Sana) and Cardea Lane.
aaaaSRrwSVSRaSV)SfSjrsV SSjaaTSRf, aSSjSSjSjSSsSS)aB Mar anSS10
Is now reajf (ar ahaiaary.
Mca. sateMaaA MiiaadskayaJ ...IncaiaM
laa-m TUsM. qKWfWM.hlkjt,,.
Foe Puetasl oa PaskuaaaiT '
rr iVauV a Aaaue,
(), or U Will
Om as two saaaaa asalek fat
gag-ugtLasaCSS Lk SbSTeS SuagMSaSaaaSatL
.SaVSty l1iEsaaSjsaSl SSjEswWasWal