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Volume iv, Numhek 44.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE 28, .884.
Whole Number 200.
.I.V ll.lllMiST APPKAU
Monday I'.eenlna .rris. .Heeling at
the Lyceum. Mr. .1. O Varter'M
Pjrpn.lttou nf Affair. Peti
tion to the Klnff.
I.onfj bcton Wit tionr ndTeillse't for Hie
calling of Hip mrrtlnK nt Hit t.jcentn last
erctilng; Ilicre was KOfnllj- prlnk!lnp of
upei'lntor In tht- hall Around lliernlrntices,
ami cycn nt tlic wlmlows were groups of
solltl fcltletis, fur tliTr rrc some lio pre
femd In tiear Hie irori'cillnK without still
milling In t lie rrusli and lieat nf Hi( liisll, At
7 41 o'clock (lie riffling w t dllnl to order
bv Mr. .t O tarter
Mr Curlrr ral1 Hint u few persons, In con
slilerUm tlio political slliullnn yrslirilay
ttinriilni;, ilcemrtl It tu'cpsenry to call ri meet
ing He askol Hint fotne onr nomlnnlc ti
( Imlrrnnii. ft win moved and sei onded Hint
Mr Henry Viterliou be njipolntcil Chair
m tu of the ni'ictlnfj.
Mr Wnlcrlimiso was "unanimously rlrclcd
flialrman, nnd Mr W. A Klnncv ' op
pointed Bcerr tar.v.
It wns elated lir the Clitlrinnii Hint Mr
C'nrter would links the opening iiilitrtss of
I ho evening.
.Mr O. Turtles rniisrnlril In net In
terpreter. Judge I'oepoe. wns appointed llnwnlhn
Mr. J, O, Carter, on being tailed upon, snlil,
in substance! The audience was well ac-
qunluled Mllli the fact that the Ami 111 lily mm
In session, lint Unit cry little had been done
on the stililcct of laws, I'xctises had been
made tor thl. beeane the report of the
Hnanci' Commltlcc bad not been made lint
now mi lion men none, and tins report pi
sented a Martllng and sfrlmis ftsiiect of i
Martllng and sfrlmis ttspect of nf
It had been "Il'iiciI br all the membcio. hut
II had pleaded the ffoiiorahlc rnemlier fur
Honolulu lu speak ns tuuehagaliKt tlin report
ns tor it. 11 wan iiuueuii inr nnnnrnriic men
In tindembind how n man could stultlfi lilni-
f elf In this manner, 1'erhnpi he (Hie spenUr)
had not Ik en fully allto In the Mate ol n fairs
ntitll lio hid reirlteil bin Cnlltnriilau mall
thl moriilii.li) wlilcli cnrresiionilcnts liml
Informed him that tbej hud seen two letters
from llooo lulu, from n i:cntlenian nnur here.
lu which he Mate that h had enough inten
in Ilia rlit to carrj the Hank Charter hill.
Another writer had nnld that the true title
to the bill should lie "An Ait to confiscate
the Hawaiian Islands. (The extract from lids
letter 111 bo found elsewhere.) '1 he speaker
Mild that he did not consider the Iliuk Char
ter bill lij llsclf
He hail taken It In connection with the
Coinage Act, the Approprhllnn bill, the Hill
of Klftnts. the Loan Act, and the Ait referring
to fhe Auditor (lenernl
Mr. Carter then rend the illilcrcnt art litis of
Unless Ihe Allorney-fleneral has bein mis
reported, he had said lint he was satisfied
that the Cabinet had no rlgljt to appropriate
public money, hut that he had ailtlscil them
In appropriate) lertnln inonejs With all Ills
i levernesi he has Ignored Ihe fact that there In
a Privy Council. He seemed to lime mt
loose from all statutory limitations, and
seimed to think that tin re was merely a
.Ministerial Cnhlmt sliltli could defiantly
commit any wrong net
The Constitution of 1801 was our funda
mental law We should be lenloua of any
violation of Its provisions, We should see
to-night whether, bciause, lis some hidden
Influence, the (lot eminent control n mnjorltj
of the Assembly, they should be allowed togo
on In their wrong doing
This violation of the Constitution means
more than we think for If we allow lids
state oft lilncs to go mi, our erulit will lie
rulnul abroad and our condition bcinmcns
bad as that of a South American Republic.
Considering the section of the Appropriation
bill which tho report of the rinaneo Commit
tee show lo hae been iolalid, it Mas pro, id
that thl .Minister nf Finance nns rujohieil
from spuullng any mono not provided for In
the Appropriation Act ' llul the gentleman
from Sa rainentn had told him that tho Loan
Ait was also an Appropriation Act. His In
genuity was defining of consideration, be
iauo the I.o.tn Ait provided n. borrowing
power of two million dollars for specific pur
It provides, too, that If money cannot bo
Inmost til fist enough. It can be borrow id
from the fiuicrol Kniid. Hut It alsn provides
inr repayment in uiu iieuerui riinu, anil
tiiOO.tiOO had bun borrowed In this way,
whlih should be repaid, but which had not
To those who believed In tho credit nf thu
Hawaiian flov eminent, he would saj that they
Huoiiiu seo 10 ii inai Hiinc)swmcu tney nilglil
lenu siiotuu no retuuiieil, Mi nno could go
Into theTrensiiry and iiiiertalrihow thefimds
moiiii mere, in iciercnte in inn i.oau Act.
Ho had been Imlteil by the Hon. Oodfrcj
Urown, Chairman of the Finance Committee,
togo vvlth him Into the public Tri usury, nnd
It required the united Intilllgeni c of three
uien lo unravel the muddle whlih existed,
Had government n its expensive We have
all known about many devkes which the
Onvcrnmcnt had resorted to In the last two
3 ears, but tho report or tho Finance Commit
tee did not begin In show how bnilthudov
rriimeut had In en.
The Minister of Flnnnie had made anal
tempt at showing how much money had Ik in
paid for Interest for loans, but this was tint
uue-fourth of Jhc sum that had been paid out
to private parties who had money to loan
The credit of the Clovernment wiissogood
when the present Ministry took nlllie, that
they could have borrowed any amount of
money at 0 or 7 per cent. Hut they had since
had In pay W and even la per cent, for money,
and tlioo who had helped to pay this Interest
rnulil upprcclilc tho tlliTcrcnic.
Only thu friends nf the administration had
been allowed tu take up this most favorable
juuu ui mini per I'cui Usui pnHsiuie luai
Urn gentlemen anticipated n p.ctty thorough
t'tamliutlon nf their accounts, but they did
not cover all tholr blind accounts, for theru
was found lu the Treasury In an envelope u
pretty heavy interest account duo to u linn
lu this city, which Hie (luvernment probably
Intended to leave as a legaty to be repaid by
Iteferrlng to Ihe Auditor's Act, Mr. Carter
said he would not read each notion, although
tu was ile jr tu him that each section had been
vtoluUd. He then read Sections 1 nnd 'J of
thu Auditor General's Act, and showed how
they had heeti violated.
Tils section glv es no discretion. It dnesnot
say "may,'' hut "hall," It Is mandator).
He might have lo speak nf hi friend, the Au
ditor (lenernl, and he did so more In sorrow
than In aiixer, He had been ntuestcd,as
every one was aware, to examine thu affair of
the llurcaiiof Immigration. Ile bad cxpcctpl
uiai iim Muiies smiiu uv iiiii, unit iiiu irrtv
uUrltles, If my, lie louhnui to a simple ill
M'rgein,eof funds. He had placed before him
a book Xif account. They seemed to tu- all
right until he got In Hie hot loin line, which
was In pencil, Tho account had licen left open
lu pencil to aualt Ihe pleasure of the Minister
nf Voiclgii Affairs, w ho hail taken out money,
but had not provided voucher. When ho
came, to the bottom Hue, he said he supimsed
he had nothing moro to do, a they had eyl
deutly vxpeuiletl the whole amount of the ap
"Oh, no!" said Ihegecrclary "I have alot
"Hut where wan the monej to pav thuof"
Mr. Carter uked.
"Ohl" said therJeeretar, "there was money
paid u b) the planter 411)0 Mr a man in
v uiiie eases, lit) for a woman, MO for a minor,
and so on.'
" Hut did you not juv tlili money Into the
"No. No one Instructed uie to do so)'
" Hut how much did jou collect from the
"Well, vou hod better go on with the m
count, and when vou get to the bottom van
ulttLnnu us (nti(,h nlu-int It I l,i
'the sptuker did not propose In liear loo
hard an the Seerebm of thu llimrd of Immi
gration, He proposed to pul the blame l"t
where It belongeil on the shoulders of the
Minister of the luterlor The Auditor Uemral
bad never aald oue word to the Seentary
about p)lug In tnonejs collected Irom the
planters Into tho Hawaiian Treasury. There
were i barge for lunches and express hire and
all sort oT thing Ineludid lu this 1W,IM)
while lour or Hie sums had been lilted nut
bodily by the Minister of Foreign Affair, and
Albert was uot a scratch of Ihe pen uor
what had become of the luouey.
The Chief Clerk knew of no voucher ex
Utlmt. Ouce, on the public street, wheu he
met thu rk-erctsry of the MluUter ol Foreign
Affair, thu Secretary told hint he had tome
more bill In hi possession.
t'leutv of muilier were unstamped, for, a
the clerk explained, the Auditor Ueueral had
uot ha4 time to do it. 1 hey bad expected him
down to lure livid day on tUoUUt of Msnh,
atMiiiilug vouihir. But I ley had shaken the
1 vouchers baakM up and brought to the Ion a
Mf vpucUr w yr KW,(WO, blcti h4 bw
nald In Januarv nnd nnlv been audited nn Hie
ftlst nf Msrch This was slightly reversing
the usual order nf things Ihe clerk stated
that he had no i ah in hand, tint thought he
was over cash On making up Ihe cab he
found he was "i,f.X) over cnsli This was a
little too much over cash It showed that
either Ihe vouchers had been wntired or thai
the ,1,0110 bail been charged lo rash Further
liniilry developed that there was about t,WM
In all trinted In the same way
The Leglslsture of ISM had granted an ap
propriation of fVHI.OnH for Immigration, and
vei it nan cxpeiuieiisiiissiwiinoui anynglil
The Auditor's nccount of 1Ai2 was nassed
expressly lo prevent departments from using
realizations It was a dllllcnlt thing for an
ordinary Hawaiian to pay his taxes lo day, but
inr inai payment nc niigui iniicgunranieeiian
There was n serious aspect nf this mcsHon
Are we to go on paying toxea to men who
seem determined lo work Ihclr own sweet
will with floveniment money' This was the
miesllon before us lo dsv
Ile hoped Ibis mci-llng would express Itself
so inai iiieresiinuiii ue no misuiuiersiauiiing
about flis Majesty the King, but It remained
fnr lis tn explain In Ills Majesty that we wrc
meeting here fnlclly to place thl mailer be
fore him There eonlil be nothing beyond
this than force, and force nnnc nf us wish tn'
sen resorted tn Tfe tmstf (1 that ho had ntilck-
ened the apprehensions of Iho meeting of tfioj
existing stale of the political situation. T
,ir i,.a inursion louoweu vir, uaricr nnu
prcsenlcd Ihe following resolutions
Unsolved, That a committer of Are persons Ii
Appointed liy lilts tneellng tn prepare a pstltlou
for signatures addressed to Ills Maleslr the Kln
anil that Ihn petition shall express the sense of
tins meeting to he as follows:
That Ihe Ministry have violated the lSlh Article
of the Constitution br exreuillmr (loverninent
money unauthorized by Ihe fglslallve Assem
bly. That Ihe Appropriation Aet of 1882 has been
violated by transfers of spproprlallnns anil psy
mentof Government money not provided for lu
That fertlon a of Ihe 1 1d Chapter of Ihe laws of
1BS3, known as the Audit Ad, has been violated,
Inasmuch as apart nf Ihe revenues of the King
dom have not been covered Into the N'atloual
Treasury, as provided In the said Act.
That Ihe Coinage Art of 1H80 has been violated
and as ATestilt the Kingdom has a silver coinage
In excess of Its needs, upon which, by the ne
glect of the Ministry, the Treasury has lost and
an Individual has made large profits.
That a number of'the members of the Legisla
tive Assembly, now convened, seem to have been
sowrntight upon by hidden Influences that the
will and voice of the people cannot find expres
sion. That, therefore, we have no other resources left
to us ns citizens than to assemble and express a
want of confidence In Ills Majesty's present Cab
Inet officers and htunblr to petition His Malesty
to ask them to tender their reslgnatl ins. and this
we wilt eterpraj.
Tin Chairman was cmnowercdtn atinnlnt u
committee to wait nn lllsMajcslv with the
abovo n solutions nftcr they had bien offered
lor plume signature lie appointed lion I).
Knlmnu, Messrs. W. L. Holokahlkl, J. U.
Knvvnlnul, C. M. Cooke and Tho, H. Lueas
They were also empowered to appoint sub-
comnuiiies to circuiaic uie peimon. in con
ilualon .Mr. Carter said: "There ought not to
be an) shirking In this matter; ever Innn
ought to stand up to the music nnd march tn
It." There being no further bnslniss before
the rmetlng, it ndjourned.
rilK AdlllCVLTUHAI. SllOVT.
Tht rtl List of Ateanl.
tllVISIOS I NPAT CATTTF.
Judges: Hon. J. A, Cummins, C. K, Miles,
Class 1, Imported : Ilest Durham bull,
' Oxford Duke," C. II. Judd: iecond best
Durham bull, Woodlawn Dairy and Stock
Coinpan): lies! Hereford bull, James Camp
bell; best Jerscj bull. If. Macfarlane; best
Holstcin hull, "Hercules," Pawaa Dairy;
best grade Holstcin bull, Wooillauni Dairy
nml Slock Com pan).
Class 2. Native Hulls : Ucst A)rshire
bull, II. Waterhouse; best Durham bull
under 2 years, " Oxford Lad," C, II. Judd;
best Durham bull oer 2 years, I'avtaa
Dair;bcst Hereford bpll, V. II Kice;
lwst Jersc) bull, Woodlaun Dairy and Stock
Company; best Ilolstein bull, I'awaa Dairy;
second best Holstcin bull, I'awaa Dairy.
Class 3. Imported: Ilest Jersey cow, II.
Macfarlanc; best Holstcin cow, I'awaa
Dairj; best Holstcin cow with young calf,
II. 1'. Dillingham; best short-horn Durham
cow, C. II. Judd; second best Durham cow,
I'awaa Daily; best native cow, any breed,
II. Waterhouse; best joke oxen, V. "Rice;
best native heifer, grade Jersey, J, M. Whit
ney; best Jersey heifer (native), M. H.
Colburn; second best Jersey heifer, S. M.
Damon; best lot of native heifers, C. H.
Judd; best lot of Holstcin calves, Pawaa
Dairy. Honorable mention to James Camp
bell for a lot of five grade Hereford, not
IIIVISIO.S II HOKSEb.
Judges; W. F. Allen, V. Spencer, John
Ross, llc-,1 imported stallion, for carriage,
"lloswell," "C. H. Judd;" second best, ditto,
"Cureka," 11. F. Dillincham; 7 exhibited.
Ilest imported stallion, for saddle, "Water
ford," W. II. Cornwcll; second best ditto,
"General Garfield," C. W. Macfarlanc. Ilest
native stallion, over 4 years, "Telephone," J.
A. Cummins; best ditto, underhand over 2
sears, "liosvtell Woodburn;" His Majesty; best
ditto, 2 years, "Star-light; James Campbell.
Ilest native fillj, over 2 years, "Daisy;" J.
A. Cummins; best ditto, under 2 years, "Coro,"
II. R. II. Liliuokalani. Ilest nativ c mare, 3
) cats or over, "Venus;" C. II. Judd, best
native mare and foal, "Ilenny;" II. R. II,
Liliuokalani; second best ditto, "Kcaloha;" J,
A. Cummins; Ilest native saddle animal, horse
or mare, 'Uick; w, ll. Kice; second liest
ditto, "Waimea;" Lumahcihei. Ilest native
carriage animal, horse or mare, "Dot;" N, F.
liurgess, ilest imported tnarc, "Idle liirl;'
II, J, Agncw, Ilest pair of native carriace
horses. Mr. W. II, Rice's span. Best imparted
Jack "Sampson" No. 1063; Miles llros. Best
native mule, Marcui Lomurn. ilest imported
carriage animal, horse or marc, "Sid Sperr),"
Keith. Ucst imiMirtcd racing stallion, thorough
bred, "Langford Jr." Miles llros. Carriage
Horses, hinn horses, imported, 11. K. II
Liliuokalani; span marcs, imported. Miles
Urns, Ilest four-in-hand team, native, W. 11
DIVISION III SHEEP.
Tudcesi Tames Gay, R. V. Mvers, I. S
ebb. rour graucd Southdown bucks,
per S. S. Cil) of Paris, exhibited b) W. M.
itiNOii, first pure.
luducsi H. P. Dillingham, Allan Herbert
ami Cecil uroun. rust pure to II, Macl.tr-
lane fur a Herkshire lioar and a l'ohsli iowi to
I. V, Lunlni;, for a lletkshirc sow ami to
fkshire sow ami to
am) a suw of I'sscx
, . i. Luce lor a lMi.it
DIVISION V roULTKYe
Judecsi Walter K, Seal ami Charles II Wil
son, riist prim to V.. G. Schumann far
a liite anil hrots n Leghorns 1 to Cecil Urown,
for game fowls t to G. 1' J. Wilder, for Co
chins to W, S. Luce, for Hawaiian geese
ami ariitics of pigeons, ami C. W, Macfar
lanc, for Moscovy tlucks ; also second priie
toO. I'. Wilder, for game fowls, and honor,
aide mention of )Oung game cock 10 months
DIVISION VI UOCJ.
ludces i I, I. Do sett Jr.. I. R. Sneul-
Kynucrslc), M. W, Kohni. Gordon Setters-
lit pilie, "Hex, T, W, Lishman; jnd prize,
nuns. "Kiltie and Willie." I). T. Lane. Uinlo
ma, "Dandy," C. N. Arnold; diploma, "Nan,"
, tl. AlillKll, I-ugs IH ptlje, -(suran,
W. h. Luce, Scotch Terriers lit pnre,
"l'inchcr," W. II. Aldriih. Uiehoutid
Dipluma, A, S, Clcghorn' slut (no name).
Water Snaniel and prlre, "Sport, ' P. Har
risun, lllack and Tan 1st tirire. "Ileiiie.
Sadie Clark. Newfoundland Diploma,
"licauij, j, w. Lulling.
DIVISION l FIsll.
Noeihibit A mot discrrslitable omUiion:
1HVISIOS Mil DAIKV 1'KOtlUCTS.
luiliies tS. I. Lecvand llcnrr Wateihousc.
First prires, to lr. f, N. Wright for home
mailcliuller, and to Mi. II. Maclarlane dairy
uuitcr ami enccse.
IIIVISIOS IX-UOUr-TIC, MANUKACTOltS
Judge, t Hon. A. K. Judd, Mrs. K M.
lleckleyand V. II. Luce. The Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Coinpan, managed
by tieorge Weit, society meat) for wagon
smss vmm. a-us iuwj wawuu, ussiuuesw
lurttl by Kewovul & Sagtr,soact)s diploma.
COflTIKUEB OX JTOmTM AOI.l
OMITH A THURSTON, J W O. Smith.
O II. A. 1
Attorney of iie.
No i8 Mesutasrr Srsesr
ILLIAM O. SMITH & Co.
J 1.. A Illt'MTOV, I
V O. Smith )
Moth ft nl ttfiil Kntatt Rrokrr,
IVo 81 t KUCHA NT STUPFT .. ,HONOLVLU
EitAbltiktJ in tSj9 )
Siifar Plantation, Railroad, Fete phone ntwl other Cor
pnratton Stocks, Hand and timiUr Seturitte
ROU.HT ANl bOLO ON COMMIIOM
Money leaned on Stock ecunti
C B DOLE,
Cauntflor at lair urnY .VoriirjV Vubltr,
'onr ArTlt Jb(FRCHANT StRBKTS Hofoiuttr
VrvXARENCB" W. ASM FORD,
.N1t,KAAMUMAl4 sWYj ,'J
II, . , . ISO
" 1 f IMV
tir R CASTLE,
Attorney at r,aw anil Notary I'nliUt.
Altendi all the Count of the Ktnidom
Attornty mul Couittotor at l.atv.
66 Fort STsskT.
ALBERT C. SMITH,
Afftut lo iakt AthtimtltilntmtnlM lo
Orsica With Smith A '1 bunion, Attorneys at-Ij
No 38, Merchant SrarBT.
J-XRS. CUMMIUGS ft MARTIN
Hurfftont mitf Homtrpalhic Shylclai.
Ofrica cornkr Fort and Rrketania Srs .
Office ItourtUnulo A. M , and from 1-3 and 6:30-8 P.M.
SJ B. EMERSON, M. D.
Physician and Surgron.
Il0N0IUt.il , . . ,, ,,,H I
Tpirpiiose Number t,a
OlTice hours from 8J4 to io a m ; lH 10 $ p m
Office and Residence, No a Kuknl street, corner Fort
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
Denial Know on Fori Slitrt,
Honolulu . . II. 1,
Office In Brewer's Illock, corner Ifote and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 1
ill. am b. McAllister,
fFRMANFNTLV LOCATKD IK HONOLULU.
Office, corner of Fort and Hotel treet.oer Iregloan'i
Particular attention paid to restoration gold fillings,
Kei).ne on goou work at reasonable cnarges to cam
the confidence of the public
ndence of the public 15s o it
rEO L. BABCOCK,
(LATl! OF OAKLAND)
Teacher of the Pianoforte. Addrew, LYCAN & CO
Residence No, 10 Emma Mreet. iByi
A G. ELLIS,
No. 72 Qubks Street,. . . ...IIonolllv
Meml-erof the Honolulu Stock and Pond Exchange
Is prepared to tuy and sell StocVt and Uond, tn the
open market, at tne usual rte ot comimuion.
Hat money to loin on Stocks Ismail marsmc re
quired on lime Contract!.
Will advue av to Investmentu when requetted.
O HALL & SON
IMPORTBH1 AND DC ALIUS IN
Hardware and General Mrchnndle.
Cornph or Kino anp Port Stkiitv, Hokolviu
William W, Hall . . .PreMdent and Manacer
L. C. Ahlei. . , .Secretary and Treasurer
George K. Howe ... ..... . .Auditor
Director II. May, E. O. White. 13a
O M. CARTER,
Aoeni to take Acknowteda$nenta to t
tract to Intbor, i
Honolilu, Hawaiian Inlands r
, , , , v
J3 W, LAINB, x
Commiaatonet uf Deeda
tor the State of California, for thj Hawaiian Islands,
and General Agent for the Pacific Mutual Life In
surance Company of California. 14a
NO. A. HASSINGER,
a'Kt lo lake AeknowlodgmtntM lo Con
tract for Labor.
Iniisios Orrics ,,..,, . Honolulu
JOHN H, PATY,
.Votary J'iioHc ami Coiitmlsstmn of Deed;
For ill. States of California and Niw York. Office
at th. Hank of Bishop U Co.
IIONOtULV, Oaih, II I, I
P T, LENEHAN Co.
Importers and Commission Merchant.
Nuvavu Srsnrr, Honolulu,
f YCAN CO,
Importers and Dealers in all kinds of
Music Hoods, Fancy Hoods,
Nos. to) and 107 ror Srassr.
Furniture. Chairs. Seuine Maeluncs. t,rror an.l
Mirror Plates. Picture rralues aiul lnmlr. mA tf.
order in yr
C BREWER a. COMPANY,
General Mercantile and Commission Agent.
Qusis SrsT, Honolulu
OincerSI1. l tnn lr.. n,.l.lnl .ml mtn,,.,-
Ioeh O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Duelers t
lions. Charles K llishop and II. A V Carter; Jleory
Irtnltr in Choices! Iteef, real, Mullou, Kle.
No. 6 QUKIN STItSST, flSH MARKKr
FsniUy and Shipping orders carefully attended to.
14v block furnished to Vcsuls at short nonce.
Vi;etafces of all kinds supplied to order
S. GRINBAUM Co.
Imperlor mnd Wholesale Dealers in Gen
Mavrk's IIiock , .QiissN Srsisr, IIONOLl'lU
M S. GRINBAUM Co.
ssrfrvirsllnff ih4 C.sns(..k JfereAaiirs,
SI4 CailrosNU St., San Fsascisco.
Specul fadlules for aad particulsr attention pasd to
coilairaascats of IUnd nrouuee. s
Cstisily Mmnufmslortj '
. . . H. I.
Paatre Cook atasd
Nsmbn si lietel ttisei, netwee. fort eaTav
mnd Btimll Bruygists csssf r
Me. if, M.vaaiti tirtewri.
)$tttchmtihert Jrw1tr Kngtttrrr, hhiI
No 11 Foitf StRr-rT HoioLit-i
AH order fauhfu'.ty etcuted. t
foot fines' .Shoetitnktr,
Hoot) nnd Shoe made to Order.
No 114 four Sf.. OPPO-ITin I M thro Starir
P H. OEDINO,
Rxptrun tttttl Dtttyntntt.
Freight, racluRei, and HicgagQ delivered lo and from
all parts of Honolulu and vicinity Careful at
tent Ion paid to moving t urmture, with
WAGONS hX PRESS LV FOR a HI. PURTOSf
Telephone 86, Resiience IJS Punchbowl Mreet.
Oflice, 86 King Street tt6 ti
1r PHILLIPS &
Imporlrra and tf tint male Dealerm In Cloth
(nfft llanttt, fiihn?, tint, Men 1'iif
nhhlaff itoottm. fauey Good, Etc.
No ii Kaahumanu STRFitr UAnolc(U
C J LEVEY & CO.,
Whntfmt art ft tlttall Uroret.
Fort Strbet .... .Hovoi ilu
I tnh rocene and provision! of all kinds on hand and
received regularly from Kurope and America which
will be bold at the lort market rates
fJoods delivered to any part cf the city free of charge.
Iand orders solicited and prompt attention will be
eiven to the name, itt.ty
LEONG A CO,
for Moan, it Jfugar, Iimi Rtcr
And Kailua Rice Plantation and Mill.
NUUANU STRBRT iCoRNRR MaRINR
-pHEO. H. DAVIES & Co ,
(Latr Ianion, Grrn A Co )
Impottcrs and Vommttnlon Mmrekants,
I,lo)d s and the Liverpool Underwriters,
British and Foreign Marine Insutancs Company, and
Northern Assurance Company 1
A W. RICHARDSON & Co
iMrOHTKRS AND DEALERS IN
Hoot b f Shoet Jttrnlahfng Good, Hatt
Caps, TrunttBt Vallae,
Perfumery and Soaps, Wr.lt ham Watche,
Fine Jewelry, etc ,
Cormrr Port and Merchant Streets, Honolulu
- E. WILLIAMS. .
Importrr and Dealer in
Fttmlttne of Every Deacriptlon. Alto
(fpliolnterer and Manufaeiurer.
r Urmture Warcroonn No. too Fort Street Work.
shop at old stand on Hotel Street AH orders promptly
attended to. y
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer hi General Jfr
chandtte, QUHKK STREKT . , . ... IIOfOLlLU
TJ HACKFELD St Co.
pD. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
Importer and Commiatton Merthanta.
Honolulu Ouii. H. I,
ILLINGHAM Jt Co.
Importer and DeaUra In irantttmre, Cut'
lry, Toot a,
Paints and Oil, and General Merchandise.
No. 37 Foxr Strfet t Hoolllu
A W. PEIRCE ot Co.
Ship Chandler and Commtaaion Mer
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Agents for Brand Guni and Bomb Lances and Per-
ry UavaW'am K-Uler.
G. IRWIN & Co.
Sugar Factor and Commission Agent.
CLAUS SrsSCKKLS. VftA.C IRWIN.
Honolulu i. . . .... II.
P P. ADAMS,
Auctioneer and Commiion Merchant,
.Quben StEe.T,.. , .. .Honolulu
FA. SCHAEFER at Co.
ttd Commission Merchant,
itn, Offa, Kail; and Building
Materials of every kind.
-ns Fort and Qt bun Sts.. . Honoluiu
loa AND 104 loRT StrRKT . .......
Pictures of all sues and kinds made to order, and
frames of all descriptions constantly on hand Also
Corals, Shells and Curiosities of the Pacific. a
ALLEN ft ROBINSON,
Dealers in Lumber and all kinds of Build'
Ing Materials, Paints, Oils, Malls, tie.,
Honolulu, II. I ,
ACKhTS OP SCHOONKRS
Haleakala, Kulamanu, K.kauluohl, Mary BLUa,
Ullama, Pauahl and L.ahi.
At RoUmon's Wharf. 1
Importer of General Merchandise from
France, Kngland, Qermuny and
the Vnlled Stales.
No ! (JlIBIt Stssrt ... IIonolui,
116 Avo ui CaLiroHNrA Strut. -San Francisco.
Particular attention paid to filling and shipping Is.
land orders I
D C, ROWb,
llouts and Sign Painter,
Patrr Hancrr, etc.
No 107 King Sissst
T YONS LEVEY,
4 Mrffoneere sHti C'emmfasfOH JOrrAaHfR,
Ursvsr Block, Quisn Striit, Honolulu,
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and Cencral
Merchandise promptly attended to, hole agents for
Arnmian and European tnerchandie, j 1, Lyons,
n8 vr t L. J. I.rvrv.
IkiTRS. A, M. MELDS,
Fashionable Dress olid Cloak Maker.
No. 104 'ort Strrrt IIonolul
lUT W McCHBSNBY A SON,
Leather, Hides, Tallow sml 1'otnmttsism,
Agenls fur th. Rossi boap Company,
Nu. 41 Qirsn Stssrt Honouiv
4 King S?sssr . . .f .llpaoniv
liaSarter U Ansencaa Jewelry of every desalts
lion. ffortaerly ot han rrancssco, California.) 3.
A L. SMITH,
Importer mnd Dernier in Gtmsswmro,
Meridem Sileer-rlatett Wmre,
No. 44 Fort Sissst.., Hosiiiciu
ktlnir"s ComLsnatlan SeeLlaLlas Usui Ev.elasses
Lustra! Wire Ware, fancy bdsns. Picture rrswes. Pis
tols, veossennoisRs rsKRei luiiery, rosaet 900s ana
Assntannlos, Clerk's bpool Cotteii, UaAause Od, all
kiasl. sf Hackee Neessies, "Uosswssic" Paer raskiswa.
f BWERS & COOKE,
fSCCCRSSORSTO I.tWRRSl DCRSO"!,)
IiHitorttr mnti Dealtr in Lumbtr and all
kiml of ItHllillna Maltrlal.
Fosr Strsst ,IIosolulu
f C. COLEMAN,
IllnrkunltS, ilathlnl!, Carrlmgt
rUtitstion Machinery, etc
nest to Castle k CooVe i
Shop oa Kin Street
Tfii, Vopptr mnii Shtrl Iron Worhor,
Htovtt ttfiff ItnHffts.
of all kinds, Plumbers' stock snd metslt, house furnish
ing goods, chsndtliers, lamps, etc
Nu. 8 Kaahimani SrsstT .Honolvi.u
I "M, OAT Co.
.fris'fmif&pr, Flag of stff Itooription
mitrfc nnff rtpalrtd.
IIonoulu H. I
Loft in A F, CooVs's new firtproof budsting, foot of
Nuuanu Street. s8
T EMMSLUTH Jt Co,
TJtisMti't'Aa fisin! PlHtts.fr, Itomitrt in
More. Jvitnpr., Tet,
No 5 N'luanu Strut ., , IIonolvlv
T W GIRVIN,
toiitrnfssfoit Mtrehani ami Otnttml Vtmior
in Dry floods,
Wailiku, Maci ,,,,11.1
Groceries, Hardware, Slstlontry.
Perfumery snd Glasswsre
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co,
Steam Knglnta, Boiler a. Sugar Mitt,
Cooler, Ironf Hraaa and fad Coating,
HoNfimiu.s ... ,.. ., . , ... H.I
Machinery of every description nudt to order.
P-iTticuhr atteation Daid to Shio's Blackimithine
Job work executed on the shortest notice 10
'-pHOS. G. THRUM,
lMrOPTlN3 AND MANUFACTURING
.Stationer. Sew Agent, Printer, Booh'
And oubhsher of the Saturday pRRSS.and mwmfi
an Almanac attJ Annual, Merchant street. Deal
er 111 rine stationery, nooks, music, toys and raacy
Goods, Fort street, nrar Hotel, Honolulu
A S. CLEGHORN ft Co.
Importer and Dealer in General Met
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu
Varpentar and Builder
All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to
Telephone No. 130, Williamson's Ei press Office.
Snor, No 84 King Stkbt Honoiulu
T A1NE & ta
Importers and dealers in Hay, Grain and General
Honolulu t,H. I
U P. McINTYRB BROTHER.
( Uroeery and Feed Store.
Con. King and FoktSts. ,,...,,. , .,
"pHK GERMAN1A MARKET,
Honolulu, H. I.
Beef, Veal, Mutton, Lamb, Poultry
Constantly on hand, and of choicest quality. Pork
bausages, Bolognas. etc..alwas on hand Our me
arc all cut and put up tn Lastent style. All otders
faithfully attended to, and delivered tn any part of the
city. Shop on Hotel Street, between Union and Fort
i-rceis. 140-omj u. KAurr, rropnetor.
Watchmaker and -Jeweler,
Watch rspalrlns md SpMUlltj.
All orders from the other Islands promptly attended to.
no 55s riUTCU OTHEET..... HONOLULU, II. I.
Jeirelerand Diamond Seller,
N060, Nuuanu Strict, Honolulu, ll I.
(Opposite Hollister Co.),
Particular attention paid to repairing
opp V co
, Kiso Strict
Vpkolsteters, Drapers and Dealers in all
kinds of Furnltuie
lelephone No tij.;
(rORMIRLV WITH SOLLS CO 1
WAofeeaf. and Reimll Ursctr,
in, KinuStrret Undrr Has mon v Halu
Family, Plantation, and Ship stores supplied at short
notice New goods by every steamer. Orders from
the other Island faithfully executed
Telephone No. no., 175'iyr
AI70LFB ft EDWARDS,
IMrOSTSIl ANDORALIRt IN
Gi oesrits, Provisions and Fsed.
Cor King and Nuuanu Sts., Honoluiu
t resh Goods by every steamer.
P. 0. Itos 130. 194M, Telephone u,
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vestment Company (Halted.)
Money loaned for long or short periods on approved
security. Apply lo V I.. GHEEN,
Office llesver Mock, Fort St Manager,
BNSON, SMITH, CO.,
it) anu t, FJRT STREET,
SOSUCSS 1 SCIISSCK'l CSIRSRATSO MOUOlOrATMIC
THL COMMON isHNSE NURSING KOITLE)
ANNUAL FOR i
is noss ssaot von ceuivaavt
and Is behind none of its predecessors in Interest and
Price, per copy, socs. or, by snail abroad, 60 cs.
mo 0. TMMVM,
PHOTOFRAUES E.is.ls. TraiupueiKles, El
all 1104 G THRUM'!., fen street.
LANK BOOKS ANP OFFICK STATIONERY
A large aseottaseat at Tlllsts. U, TrlflUM S
RS. LAURA WARNSSS,
MID-WIFM mnd XVBtM,
.VO.i, MStSTAXA STKMUT,
HiissaWla. H. 1.
ntStlOP A CO., Bankers
llCIHOLl'Ll, IISWSIM! IIAD.
IJraw Kithanfe OS
rilK BANK OF CM.UOKNIA,
s.nd lls.if scents i.
M.isti. N M. R01IISCIIILDSONS,
Ihe COMMERCIAL UANKINOCO,
OF SVONEV, LONDON
Ilie COMMERCIAL HANK1NO CO..
Or SYDNF.V, SYDNLY
Tne BANKS OF NF.W ZEALAND 1
THK BANKS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
VICTORIA, B C-'AND PORTLAND, OR.
Ttaniatt a Central Banking Busimn.
HhtpplH0 and OmntmUtion MtrthmnU,
No Ii KikcStisbt ,, , .HOHOLI'LV
mroiTsss asid uialirs im
Axents for '
The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation.
The Alexander & Baldwin Plantation.
R. Halstead, or Waialua Plantation.
A. II. Smith & Company, Kotoa, Ksssal.
J M. Alexander, llaitu. Maul
Tb. Ilsiku Suaar Company.
Tlie Kohala SuKar Company.
Th Union Insursnce Company of han Franicsc
'1 ft New England Life Insurance Company of Bostoa
I he IllaV. Manufacturing Company of Boston.
D. M. Weston's Patsnt Centnfutsl Machioes.
lite New York and Honolulu Packet Lioe.
The Merchant's tine, Honolulu nnd ban t rauclsco
,,. ,.. ft. c. r'.i.i. .-j ftf.j..!
Wilcox k OibVs Stneer ManufactuHnf Company.
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines 173.
fi. j,,ii,i wii v.cicBr,ea ,,ruicine.
TNO. O. FOWLER A Co,
f r prepared t furniah Ptmna mnd Matt
mate for Moot
With or without Cart and Locomotives, Specially
ADAF1 ED fOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS
Pemunent Railways, and locomotives and cmrs, lrac
tion Fngines and Road Iocotnotlvts, Steam
Plourhmr and Cultivaiinj Machinery, Port
t,rs1as Vno.na s- .11 -,.. .... Vsj!J.
asivisv iss.s (ui skis ius ffl'tscal, rTIUUIII
bngines for inclines.
Catalogues with Illustrations. Models and Photo
graphs of the above Plants and Machinery roar be seen
at the offices of th. undersigned. V. L. ClRbEN and
G W. MACFAKLANE & CO., Agents for Jno. F.ss.
ler as Co.
OT I C B.
MESSRS. R. If ORE OO.
Kim; Stsrit Honolulu
Would beg so notify the Public that they
hsve lust received a shipment ot th. famous
' HOUSEHOLD" ShWING MACHINE.
tsT Any person wishiar. to nurckaMS sewiac machine
neisld do wall toeaamtnc them
a number of sapsnor
Denble-barrel Breach4oadiag Skat Ctsns,
Wuschester RHes. Kennedy RIm
Snsltb ft Wleson Revelvers.
A full assortmeut of CARTRIDGES, braw aad
pspsr shell ; and aportamen s Cenersl supplies.
&T Call and ..amine our Slock 1
Having in our employ a firstclals Lock and Gun
Smith, we are prepared to do all kinds of repelling in a
nrstclass manner and on short notice.
tewing Machines rsjtmirsd mnd adjuted
And all kinds of Iron Work made and repaired.
r W. HINGLBY ft CO.
Manfacturtrs of Ha tana Cigars.
IMrORTRRS AND DRAtRRS IN
And Smokers' Articles
llie nsost complete stock In the kingdom.
King street, (near Alakea) Honolulu.
No. s NUUANU Si., HONOLULU, H. I.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron, Sheet Lead and Used
Pipe, Gal vanned Iron Pipe and tilling,, Bias O00J1
all sties, Artesian Well and Irrigating Pipe, The us.
usl Tin and Iron wate, Baths, Closets, Sinks Wash
Kneads, Marble and Enameled Iron, in stock end for
JSale at reatstneble rates.
TedarssatsMta Met, Ills -v
0. M. CROWLkY (foreseilyas eVunsJ Ius.sm
isred Uiapennenkipsrlik MR. HUGH MASTIC
as. firm aril b kaeern at
.,, Kme Stssrt,
LvsrydeurissiontifFisrsutsue at levees
iiresi on s esse reysssni.
in Wlk, Hessnaear, and etaes swvetimfs,
laoat ia Mease.
Elsnaai enverianje aad triasssvisua.
eW See ike
BOBTON" aaJ "CMALUNOi
tt. Sf ifs sTSsSsr.
HACKFELD a Co,
orrER for sAi.r
INVOICES Or NEW 0001)8,
ll Rarks Kale aad sfaiallan
raaUttaf in part of as follows !
JL Isirt. a.Mrtf f sOrj Goods,
Dssmstma, Brosni ul WhM Cotlo.s, Drills, Title
lafsi, Turhttr Ra, Merinos black and
cl.rsvd, 4 qswlltU., Rpp, Alpacas,
C.lMsurt, Hallaa Cloth svml
Black, Ors.fraln, Fancy, Colored and Striped
srec, Crap., Ac.,
Msm'n furntsJiing (ioodi,
Shirts, Wools., Mlsed, Calieo, Hickory, Dsnlm
lc, Mss-lao and Cotton Undershirts, White
sssst Shirts. Socks Stocklnf s, CIotm
Handksrchl.ls, Foulards, larfs In
TOic. of CLOTHING conslatlnf
sf Fin Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin Sack.,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks It Pants,
Boy's Shirts, and
Children's Jackals, I.
R. Coats ft Lcsralncs. Mon.
key aad Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I
Fancy and Travelling-
id Turkish Towel
mans ana rmncy
ct Oullts. Felt Rusts and Brus
sels Carpeting Silk and Veleet Ribbons, Threads
Whit, and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two slses.
acanet, uranfe, wmce woolen anas points
Buttons for Shlrti, Coats. Pantl,
Genuine Eau de Cologne. Lubin's Ex.
tracts, Toilet Soaps, Philocomc, llau
Oil, Combs, Looking Gbuswt, Pipes, 1.
R. Bells, Harmonicas, Ulank Books,
Gold Leaf, Jewelry, Gold Watches.
Tap., Elastic, Scarfs, Albums
Extension. Arm. Dininr room and Parlor Chairs.
Settees. Mirrors, etc.,
Saddles, Calfskins, Girths, Stirrup leather
Hemp ft I, R, Packing, Coal Baskets,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY, ,
Containing Plates, Cups, Teal
Sts, Bowls, Chambers,
emnohns 3 and 5
Rica Dishes and
tons, Samplt Bottles. Vases and
mini Trr4 Roit , Coal Bass, Ci
taps, Wool pack and I willed Sac
d LvUssware, iunua
lacking," Linen Ho
Burlaps, Wool pack
SUGAR and RICE BAGS
of all sues and quaJitis.
Saxdi-sM In haJf and quarter boxts,
Salt in Jan, Castor Oil la tins. Matches
CocMWatOU, Wash Bl. H.WhiU Lead,
Suaiiae Caadles, 4, c, and 6. H. & P. Biscuit,
Habbuck's Llaseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Pain
German and Havana Cigar,
Plated wart Spoons, Korks, Cruets, Tea
mis. Cups, Napkin Rings, Salver, etc ,
Pocket and Butcher Knives, Scissors, Sheet, shears,
Needles, Spoons, Files, Spurs, Galvanued Basins
Hoop Iron, Keg Rivets, Hammers, Yellow
Metal and Composition Nails, Clarlfiers
Babbitt Metal, Sugar Coolers, Iron
Fire Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Fir Bricks, Tile
Baspty Barrels, Oak Beats, ftc.
Orders from the other Islands carefully tended to
B. Baekfeld et Co.
L BWERS & COOKE
Are distantly receiving additions to their LARGE
, end WELL SELbCTEP S TOCk of
NOR' WSST LUMBBR.
RED WOOD LUMBBR,
SHINGLES POSTS, etc
Pise, Oak, Ash, Koa, Blackwalaut, Csdar
Dsvsrs 1 s to 4 s 10-e.
Wladeers 7 s 9 to ii a 40 In. a
Of wkick se keep a Ane assortment.
Cut Umlls, Md to ei.
Oaltaaised Nails, j d to o d 1 Spikss, 1 10 1 In ,
0.ii.B Otimliii It RsmSbc
e, 7, 1 and , faet lengths
Galvanlisd Screes aad Ridging s
SEWER'PIPE. Ts. llbows. Traps. 4c 1, 4.
1 .rra Casta Chimnias and Cklmnev flne. cneeper
anal faff superior to Vrsck Chlmnlev
WALL PAPERS of ell kinds, V
PAINTERS' AND GLAZIERS GOODS.
In varieties new due from Hcmgkoeg per Bark
Fee sale in ejiuwiMies to suit end ai knew msrkst
prieee. ,MU.. . .AmrL
laeMta Lessen? si niv.s,
Q M CASTSB S. r. GRAHAM
S. M. CARTER & CO',
riBBwooo, coauiano nitii
f HAY and OATS
I ins Delsswy ll aulike City.
Sallir ,, IJF BgUsW,
O, W plACrAOLAttt, II It MACf ARLANf
Qj W MACFARLANB A CO.
Importers, Commlalon Merchant
and SnRAr Foot or. t
rite proof lluiTdinff Quren street Hortolalii
Kitauea Sugar Cn, Kauat,
Die WslVajm Suar IlantaiUtn. Maul,
'I he Spencer Sujaf Plantation, Hawaii
Honohina Sitcar Co, llawau,
llnelo) Sgar Mill. Maul,
HueW .Sugar Plantation, Maui,
Reciprocity Sugar Co., liana,
Makahi Sugar llan(ationt Oahu,
Oakali Sugar Co- Mil a, Hawaii,
Olownlu butar Co. Maui,
I'uuloa Sheen Ranch Co, Hawaii, ,
J. roltr& (Vs Steam Plow and Port aVt Tra raw a
Mlrrlc.i, Watxon k Cos Suar Machinery, GUidf,
OIagow and Honolulu J.tne of Packets,
Uverpuol and Honolulu Mne of Packets,
Indon and Honolulu Line of Steamers,
but. Hit Insurance Co of London
BREWER A CO.
Ofl.r for Ssle tlieesrgo of the hark
Just stritej, the follomg list of Merchandise !
Light Krpres Wagon,
AX.t1et.11 Top Carriages,
Common Wood Oiairl
Pine Barrel Shook!
, Ice Chesse, Nos , 3, and j,
Lobsters, .b. Tins,
Beans, jib Tins,
Spruce Planks, .
Hay Cull-rs. Nos 1, s and J,
.rYlireariAV Sealee, Xoe. 7, f, to, It, Ill-It,
Centrifugal Linings, 14 inches,
Composition Nails, t inch and ij Inch,
. cxceisior, " ' '' ""
Msnila Cordage, Assorted,
Galv, Fence Staples?
Farmer's Boilers, so and .5 C01U
Sisal Rope, Assorted
IV'iW JWXal .Iheaf Mnr,
Annealed Fence Wire
Galv, Screws and Wash.
&C, ate, Ac.
E W GOODS
'VST RSCRIVRO RS
"Msrths Davis,"" Msllsgste," knJ sapected ee
" Msriposa" and othsr vssmIs
Boston Catd Matches,
Horse Shoes snd Kails
DOWNERS and NOONPAY Oil,
Lubricating Oilsof all kinds,
J Cut Nails, all sires,
Clinch Nails, all ilsel.
Cotton Wstla In bales,
Cheap Rim Clocks,
Brown Soap, In cases.
Wire Hanging Baskets for Fsrns, Ac,
Lane's Plantation Hoes,
K Inch Goose neck Socket lloe(
Ice Cream Freelers,
Ijtwn Moweri, Iwtt kind,
Case's Genuine Amoskeag Denims,
Case's Genuine Amoskesg Marintri .Stripe
Besides a thouuiid articl.s in th f (srdvare lins always
Soon eapected, not by the 'Spartan," a most com J
plele assortment of
1ul'j Afeel Pfosr and Brsakers,
Wilh eatra Handles, Beams and Points.
All these will be found at tbe corner brick store e(
E O, HALL & SON, Limited,
"HE OSNUINB ARTICLE.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
Just received from Portland, Oregon, by
Thee. PWk east be rtUsvd upon as Plrsi-Ctas.
t NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT.
Its It reoieinUrsd ihsSi on tin aJ day uf itft a u.
I4, FiweiKk Ifajfo. ftowieBWingli. Floftolulu, Iiland
of (Mm, a l.,biriX9fdwwuhlKaioa jtrf u "Act
lo toxouragt hwrninji ia this Uncdvm by sccuruijc the
coflt of lUam ajul Uxks to lh author and Ko(atwtMf
fia sUlah rettllstm. ailiarviaetmfl kns si e et rj ltrnl. a ..
1664, has depoUteaTf) this oAica the ti.Uof his UJuit,
and aUu his book cniulsd 'McKi-..iY IIawaiuw
UlKTPvrhidiraf m cby dirsctwy cf Huttoluhj,
ati4hjkAdboUtiwlClW alviu iumht.
aiinjkiiasiMoisoiin wiipAwmtn tn
occUftailon. ptr-t of bsaVkiucss, ajui n
AfVLUloa u the Ciiy of Hoaolutu I
Alu Dame aj4 modi of ait lu
rMMrn i4 aa-Mi
. ma Wamm U U,aJM.
mill wmiaauiss, aserUx-uits, tlMlasto.
mwj Uadlu retidetiu fjtatlv' fuift-u ao4
tit MUf tUo4t, "tm sr wMBi rtttit... df
tusfall broauASAst atsUxAtdtMAtsd 1 -?-
ifftwl and dsacloa ii lot mfioejmaX poutM o
on the Hawaiian lJand
raw, m w ui ri
Baaul, ike rights ol wKtth book a tubu as autW,
tesilsnoay wbessusf, I nave ketettMa ssh soy haast
rT .. .TWW . b?sm,sswws w ue
solsilu, this sjd slay of Mi, ..
MalI Msnasiw nf Use Isaestor.
fa. imnniw, MW