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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN- ISLANgS, OCTOBER 18, 1884.
VoLUMK V, NuMIf&K 7.
Whole Numhijr 216.
a hk at ixoKrr.ni,
Tim ITollimilern are mora glrrn to
rmokinft tlmn nnj Northern people
" ilrcnming with tlio oycs opon." Tim
bontmnu n( llio Trenchkrit, tlio n (initio
ilillgunco of Hollnnd, moonuro rffotanca
by nmoko ; from ono plncu to another,
rot no innny mllon, but no many pipe,
loitering the houso, your hoet often yon
n cigar, often inniHtiiig on filling yotir
) elgnr ciue (ni tearing. J'ome f;o losleii)
with )l)Hi in their mouth, relight it on
wakening in tlio night, and in tlomorn
ingvloforo getting out of bed. Diderot
ayn : "A Dutchman if living nlcmliie,"
Tlio rignr is not lh compinlon of indo
lence, hut the fttimutant and aid to labor,
Hinoko is railed thoir cccond breath, and
tlio cigar 111" fill lb finger of tlio hand.
f A Franciitnnii lolN tlio nlory of r. rich
pcnllcinnn of Hottordam, Van Klai-n,
unrnamcd l'alher Ofoutplpo, boing old,
fat, and a great nmokcr. An a merchant
in India ho had nmoMcd a fortune. On
bin return ho built n pnlnco uoar Itottcr
dam,in which ho arranged, an In a inn
wum, nil tlio mnduls of pipes from all
countries and of ovcry tinio. T1iIh.wih
ojioii to HtrangeM to wliom, af lor his din
flay of smoking erudition, ho gavo a
rataloguo of tlio'imiRoutn, bound in vol
Tct, with pockcln of cigars and tobacco.
My ulioor Van Klaca smoked ICO rjrammci
of tobacco per day, and died at 98 ; from
4 18 years of. ago ho smoked 1,333 kilo
gramme) making an uninterrupted
blaok lino of tobacco of twenty Trench
leagucB in length. When but a few daya
lelt to complete his 08th year, ho nud
deuly folt his end approaching, and aont
X. for Ida notary, n nmoknr of great merit,
ndsaid: "My good notary, fill my
plpo and your owu j I am about to din."
When both pipes woro lighted Van
J Klai'H dictated his will, celebrated omr
' After the diiposul of tlio bulk of his
proporty to mlathos, friends and hospi-
' tale, ho dictated tlio following articles :
"I dosiro that all smokors in tlm
country shall bo Invited to my (uncial
by all ixmiblo means, nownptipcrn, pri
vate lottors, circulars and adrortiHo
montfl. Hrnry smoker who shall accept
tlio invitation shall receive n gift of ten
tKHiuds of tobacco aud two pipes, upon
which shall bo engraved my namo, my
arms, and tlio dato of my death. Tlio
poor of tlio district who shall follow my
body to tho gravo shall receive, ouch
man, ovory jeiir on the anniversary of
my death, a largo parcel of tobacco. To
all tliOHii who shall bu present at tho
funeral cercuionies, I mako tho con
dition, it thoy winh to benollt by my
will, that tlioynluill traokoitnititcrriipt d
daring tho ceremony. My liody nliall bo
inclosed in a cao lined insido with the
wood of my old Ifmima cigar hnxrs. At
tho bottom of tho caso shall be deposited
boi of froncli tobneco, so-callod rapo
ral, and n parcel of our -own Dutch to
bacco, At my sido bIiuII bo laid my
' favorite pipo and box of malchts, bo
oause no ono knows what may happen.
When tho collln is deposited in tlio loult,
every person present shall pass by mid
cast upon it tho ashos of his pipe."
Tho will was carried out. 'liio funeral
was upltnnliil and veiled in a thick cloud
of smoUo. Tlio poor blessed tho memory
of the deceasod, and tho country still
ringu with hit fame.
TIIK MAX V1TIT TUK JHOy MA SK,
Tho identity of "Tho Iron Mask," or
"Tho Man with tho Iron Mask," has
nover been satisfactorily established.
About tho year 1079 ho was carried with
tlio utmost secrecy to tho Oostlo of I'ig
ccrol, and woro during tho journey i
black mask, which was not of iron, but
of black volvot, strengthened with
whalebone, mid tocurod behind with
steel springs, ot by meaus of a lock, as
soino say. Tho orders were thai if ho
repealed himself ho 'nas to bo killed. Ho
was convoyed in 1C8G tothoisloof Sointo
Marguerite, and during tho passage tho
strictest watch was kept that ho might
not allow himself to bo diBooored. Tho
unknown prisoner was in 1G0S cOmvojcd
to tho Hostile, and was, as before, bid
den bobiu'd the mask. In that prison tho
captivo remained until his death, in 1730.
On Nov. 20, the day after his death,
ho was buried in tho comotcry of St,
Paul, under tho name ot Machioti. The
unknown was treated with tho greatest
respeot, but so closoly was ho watched
that he was not pcruifttcd to tako oft" his
mask oveu in the prosouco of tho physi
cian who attended him. Many conject
ures have been hazarded as to' who "Tlio
Nan with tlio Iron Mask" could hao
been, the one generally accepted at tho
inreaent day by those who have carefully
investigated the subject being tho fol
lowing: It is conjectured that ho wai a
Count Matthioli, n Minister of Charles
III., Duko ot Mantua. This Minister
had been largely bribed by Louis XIV,,
and had pledged himself to urge tho
Duke to give up to tho French tho for
treat ot Casale, which giMO access to the
whole ot Lombiirdy. Louis found that
MaUhioli was play iug him falso, aud
Uuwd him to the French frontier, aud
then had him nooretly arrested and lm
yriaonsd. Aa ho was Minister l'leuipo
Untiary at tlio time, his seizure wus
agrant violation of (uteruational law,
which it wan safer to lie ablu to de'ny
ttuw to justify, and, wheu tho deuial
was mado once, the "honor" of Franco
ni involved in upholding it.
WUBH wan who was profanely ei
ralng his opiuiou to ono who lmilsnld
him tome kind of a quadruped, aud by
way ot compliment called it u hort.e, tho
Joakey replied, ' You arc commanded to
wear not at all." Tho victim instantly
rvpliod, and with a wit which ho did not
ihibit when eiamiuing tho (pinlruped
lomuenUoBed, "Uir, loboy the com
naud. I a wear not at all, but only 1 1
tuah fellows a you."
A raaaWH waa repeating before a
Mead law old roailui, " Who pays his
4bto wriekos htmselt." "lihl"r
pMt4ta friend, "thst is an idle rumor
i t4iton ar cndeavoriDg to cir-
A stii.isok vvmuv.
The respectable, women of Thibet al
ways appear in public with thtir focci
painted black, so as to dl'etliie their
oltarms and thus prevent frail mon from
tho perils of too great admiration, Ho.
foro going out of doori thoy invariably
rub their faco over with a black glutc
noiii varniih, somothing like currant
Jelly In appearance. Tho object Insing
to render thenuelves as unattraclivo as
lOHsiblo, thoy daub this composition
ovr nvery feature, so as to render thoir
facoH as tuillko thoso of human beings
as possible. Mr. Hue in his travels in
tho count ir ascertained that tho singular
uurom had its origin in tho decioo of a
Lnina King, somo 200 years ago. This
King, boing n man of austcro habits,
Was ilosiioui of checking tho licenso
which prevailed amoug tho people, nud
wl ich had oven spread to tlio priests of
tho Buddhist monasteries to such an
oitent as to relax thoir discipline, issued
nu oil let thst no woman should appear
In pubho otherwiso thau with her fuco
daubed in tho manner described. Bmoro
temporal and spiritual penalties enforced
tho docroo among them, oven tho terrible
wrath of IJuddha. Tradition says that
women were perfectly reslgnod aud
obedient, nud that, far from tho edict
giving riso to a pottlcoat rebellion, tho
practice was cheerfully adopted and has
been faithfully ol5rod down to our
own time. Now, it is considered a point
of religious croud aud ovidonco of a
Bpiiit of dovotion, tho womon who daub
their taccs the most boing the most ro
llglous. It is only in tho largo towns
that women aro soon in tho sireots with
A3tr.iOAx nam ironic ash jkm
Tho amount of capital invested in tho
jewelry trado of tho United States, ex
clusive of siltorwaro, is estimated at up
ward of Sfct'.OOO.OOO. In ariotyof do
shins and beauty of workmanship Amer
ican Jowolry is uneipialed in any part of
1'uropc. There nre, it is Slid, no less
than a thousand different designs in lacs
pins, as many moro hi earrings, and an
apinl arioty in many otlior articles.
Wo huvi not only tho most complete
machinery, but tho largest establish
ments in the world, for tho manufacture
of jewelry. Tho most extensio houso
in Lhiropo (a ilrm in Paris) lies but 1C0
workmen, whilo n single factor in New
ark keeps 500 busy upon g uuino gold
work in ordinary times, and thoro aro
sou-ral other Amerienu houses which
employ fiom 100 to 300 men each upon
high-class goodt. The enormous extent
of tho mauufactuie hero is made moro
I'lenrly apparent whin it is known that
thoso grout (Inns nro chielly engaged in
tho piodiictimi ot a fo Rieuialtics. Tho
largest factory montioin'il is operated
principally for bieostpius, oarrings,
bracelets", chains and lnco pins. An
other establishment is especially do otcd
to tho making of bracelets and gold and
cameo rii nnd so on through tho dif
ferent brunches of manufacture. Tlio
ery finest jowolry to bo obtained in any
modern market is mado nt a certain
, workshop in this city, whoso produc
tions, impressed with u peculiar origin
idity and beauty in the most minuU do
tails, aro eagerly taken by tho niost
uoted dealers, with but little iega.nl to
price. iVciw Yuri. Ihcnhu Post.
tuk MiaiiATiov or mints.
Ducks ore related to bo ablo to fly
1,C00 mills at ono tuno, nnd the paco of
tlio swallow nnd martin is put down nt
000 miles in twenty-four hours, Liu
nuts and otlior sted-cating birds hava
been known to settle on tho mast nnd
rigging of ships far away from land out
at ecu. Thoy will tako their night's rest
on tho rigging, aud when leaving the
iihip know exactly in what direction to
o mlinuo their Might. It is said that the
m'grntion of birds will foretell sovoro
weather, and it is woll known by tho
bird-catchers, when tho larks nnd other
northern biuls appear, that snow nud
bind weothor will 'follow the flight.
Theso warnings, of migratory birfls,
though apparently insignificant, may bo
of ust political iiudeeu national im
portance. If tho Fmperor Napoleon,
whou on tho road to Moscow with his
army in 1811, hud condescended, to ob
serve the flights ot storks and cranes
passing over his fated battailous, subse
quent o cuts of tho politics of Europe
-light hao been yery dltVereut. Thoso
storks and cranes know of the coming
on of n great aud terrible winter; tlio
l irds hastened towitrd tho south,
Kapolcon nnd his army toward the
a irAHDOit r.v tukovkx avLr,
Uetwcou tlio mouth ot the Mississippi
and Galveston, about ten or fif toon miles
to the Beuthwcst ot Subiuo pass, is a
placo in tho Gulf of Mexico, which is
commonly called tho "Oil Ponds' by
tho Captains of tho small craft that ply
iu that locality. Thoro is no land with
in fifteen miles, and yet such is tho
effect ot tho oil thus cast upon tho
waters by tho lavish hand of naturo that
oou in tho ao crest storms the sea in
tho Oil Ponds is comparatively smooth,
nud so well is tills known that wheu the
riuall vessels that trade betweou Cab
cusicu, Grange, Sabine, lleaumout and
Galveston fail to make a harbor at Gal
Teuton or Sabine thoy run oft for tho oil
wells, lot go their anchors aud ride out
tho galo in safety. The oil covers tho
water in a thick scum, and, apparently,
rises from tho bed of tho gulf, which at
Hut poiut is not moro than tlftoen or
eighteen feet Mow the surface. No
one, wo boliove, lias over 'attempted to
strUe oil in the Gulf ot Mexico, but it
is not extravagant "to expect that some
day capital and enterprise will succeed
in securing tho oil which is now wasted
in thoso wonderful ponds and placing it
on tho market for aale. Kew Orlttmt
A sLWOUT-or-uiNU performance
Wheu Arabella ileeUnad to accept pro
Pvsals trout TuMtlore.
aJitriKi.trt martin: ron uox.
ri.iori or .in ."
I do not think it is generally known
that Garfield rejected overtures in 1872
to bo elected to tho Sonito by the totes
of the Democrats, combined with thoso
of a number of republicans from his
section of Ohio, who were dissatisfied
with the caucus nomination of their
party. Tho reason ho gavo for his courso
was that tlio position would not lx an
indepoudent one, nud that ho would bo
ptacod unilsr obligations to tho Demo
crats, although they asked no pledges.
Threo times ho declined lo ban can
didate for tho Itepublican nomination
for Governor of Ohio, when ho had only
to consent to let his name go before tho
convention tofuo had tho honor con
ceded to him without u contest. In pre
ferring tho House of ltcpriscntatlcs to
tho executive chair nt Columbus, ho was
wise. His plnco was in tho Hold of ideas,
arguments and constructs o nork, and
ho would lima been rcstho nt any post
of duty which limited the nctivity ot his
intellect, and hold him down to the en
forcement of statutes mado by other
mon. Indeed, the Presidency waa
foreign to his tastes, oxcopt that it gavo
him opportunities to impress his ideas
upon Congress and tho country. A fow
weeks beforo ho tob shot, I heard from
his own lips an expression of tho distasto
ho felt for tho business of deciding be
tween tho claims of individuals for oflico.
"I haoall my life delighted in con
flicts of ideas," ho said, "but I nover
cared for conflicts of persons. Now I
am obliged to spend nearly my wholo
timo in hearing arguments and appeals
in behalf of Individuals." Ho went on
to say that, if ho failed of success in his
new position, he thought it would be
becauso of his want of liking and train
ing for this important part of tho execu
tive duties. Ho found it almost impos
sible to give his mind to tlio question
whether A, 13 or O was the best man to
bo Postmaster nt Peoria, or whether D
should bo turned out of a Collectorship
to mako placo for F. H. V. Umallcy.
WllllsKY-llKtSIClMI IX A 1)111' Cl.I
SIATH. Tho effoct of nlcohol on tho Indiana of
the high, dry plains, cen when taken in
small quautitics, in to almost instantly
drive them crazy. 'Ihe frequent assaults
Hint have beon rnndo by niountetl In
dians, armed with bows and arrons, on
Western trading posts defended by
American riflemen, sharply indicato tho
effect on mon of highly nervous temper
ament, natives of a dry country vhero
tho light atmosphere is highly charged
So it is with wliito men. The mur
derous nets of tho "cow-bojs," whou
nudor tho influence of liquor, aro well
known. When sober, n moro hoxpitablo
nnd kind-hearted class docs not oxist.
Whon drunk thoy exhibit nil tho char
acteristics of tho Indians. Thoy nro
transformed into lion ling, blood-thirsty
fiends. Thoy shoot and stab each other
as well as unoITendiug strnngers, with
tho savngenoss of Chejonues or Sioux,
Most of theso men aro icsidonts of West
ern Texas. Many of thorn wcro born in
Almost nil of thorn hao lived on the
plains for n number of years. Tho
country they inhabit is nrid nnd of an
altitude of from 1,200 to 0,000 foot above f
tho ecu. Vichsbiiry Jferald.
Tun mnuoirs ox this tut a yes.
In Ohina ancestors aro hold in pecul
iar rovcronce. Tho Chinese look upon
tho casting of n shadow over nu ances
tor's gnno ns nu insult, nud roaent it
Mitli iuipeiuous anger. Chinoso ances
tors nro buried, not iu largo cemoteries,
but 111 tho family burial grouudi. As
China is thickly inhabited, tho result is
that nn ancestor's bouo3 may bo found
resting beneath ovory fow rods of turf.
Honeo n novel cause of trouble to a tele
graph company in that country. The
ouipnuy erected poles on which to hang
tho wires. Tho poles and vtires cast
necessarily moro or less ot a shadow.
Eery Chinaman on whoso ancestor's
grave a shadow rested forthwith arose
111 his wrath and cut down the poles,
l'ho consequence has beon, an a matter
of ecouomy and self-protection tha com
pany has placed tho wires underground.
Reverence for the dead in China has ac
complished what regard for tho comfort
and safety ot tho living has as yet been
uuablo to accomplish in this couutry.
TUK HOLY OHAlt.,
The Holy Grail was one ot the lead
ing themes ot medieval roruanoe, fabled
to have been tho eup or chalice used by
Christ in the Last Supper, and in wjiich
He changed tho wino into blood. This
i-halico, preserved by Joseph ot Ari
niathea, had also received blood which
lloed from the aide ot Christ on tho
press. This is what the apocryphal gos
pel of Nicodeinus says, but uo early
moutiou is mado by either profane or
cclosiastical writers. In the twelfth
-entury, at tlio dawn ot romautio liter
ature, it reappArodasthooentralsubject
ot tho prophtcies of Merlin, and the ob
joct ot the adventurous quest of, the
Knights ot the Itouud Table, llomance
uiied it vp with tho struggles in Spain
tMtweeu Moors and Christians, onduith
ilio foundation of the order of Templars
TKLKtlltiMXXa MS JAI'JX,
TeU((;rpbtQg iu Jpau aiul China U
qohIouoU o( job. There aro 44,000
ctiaraoteru or hieroglyphics in tlio lau
bW, and no telographio alpbabot l
ctu to tho tuk of representing them,
A Bott'iu h&a Aeen deTuetl bjr which
ouljr 0.000 characUre, ilividetl into
li clasoa. need bo luetl, and by tho
aid of number they can be tranimittotl
by wire. Hut iaiagino a lightning opcr
tor iu America try tog to send aoeral
khouaand wortU of a newspaper "spe
sial M by such a method aa that. The
operator, the aeesagd nd the telegraph
aHftor would all probably be badly
"hvc&en up " la the operaliou.
"MITII & THURSTON, I V. O.Xmkh
) 1 1., Tin TOM
.lori- at fnr, ,. r
N jB VfKRllfANT SSPST
1LLIAM O. SMITH
J ! A 1 MOMTortll
1 V O. Smkii. f.
Stnr, iltt't Itfill r1ntr HrnKrr,
No IS MskcmanT Srnritf .!.. Itoioc u
(F.tlihHtke.1 in itp)
StlRtir Plantation, Railroad, Tctf phone nnil tthtr I jr
pnntlnn Slock, llond anil itmtlar $eunue4
ItocoitT Arm 9om u? CbMMitins
Menry Lrnnfil on Stork K-turiliw
O D. DOLE,
I'oitnnttnr ttt lair ttmt AtiCir VuUUct
CoRNKR hORT ANH MrRCMAN T SrHPFl , UoH'tUH
AUornrjf ul t.iw tout SutttrtWtihttct
AlknJt alt the Cort of lli Klt.j;J4n.
Attmnry timt f'ottHMr-lnr at fmr.
M Fort Smniir
ALBERT C. SMITH,
,t(trnt to ttthfi ttrhnnctrtfeinrnti to
itinti unit ntM,
Officp With A h llartwell, oer the H-nL,
T-NRS. CUMMINOS & MARTIN
AifroM titttt IttniHtjmtittr 1'hyittclnHit,
Ot pick coknrk Your and IIkrktanJa Sts 4
Offite llotiM Uniilq A. m , andfroin i-jnndfi -8 p.m
EftERbON, M. D.
rltinlchtii unit Sin rim.
iMKIMIONK NIMRKR 14a
O Tifr-lioiir from 3fi to 10W fl ml ijto1 p In
Otfi c an 1 Residence, No a Kukui Mreel, corner Fnrl
ilreel. . 3'
T M. WHITNEY, M. D , D. D. S.
llrnlill llnnini ml roll Stirrt,
IIONOItTLe . .. H I.
Office in Hrewer't Illock, corner llote anj Tort
Street!, entrance on lintel htrect, 1
yiriLLiAM d. McAllister,
FtHMANFNTLY LOCATRII IN HONOLULU.
Office, comer o( r ort ami Hotel Mreet, oer Ireelian's
I'irticiilar ntlentlon pint t) reoratun golj filling
Kelmson cootl vnrk at reasonable charge (o gim
the confidence t f the public. US o
f-y EO L. BABCOCK,
(LATK lh CIAKLANO)
leicher of the Pnno-Krte AJJre, LYCAN ft (.0
Knsini nck No. lo I innta street tSj IV
O M. CARTER,
Atirut to tttht Ac! mmlrtlfMriit tn Can
tract t I nhm
IIiiNOLULtt, Hawaiian Isi.anis 13
TT HACICFELDft Co.
Hrnentt Vnnmtititttn A ff rut ft.
QUBRN SrkKKT .. . ..HONOLILU
I or the State of California fur th llawiuan lthnu
iml General Aeent for the Pacific Mutu-U I ife In
Mirancc Company of California 141
JOHN II. PATY,
Mutiny I'llUUc unit Cniititihilmi of lleriln.
lot Ihe Stated of California anj New York. Office
nt the llatik. or llxhop ft Co.
HoNolULtf, Oaiiu, II. 1
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
Aytnt to tah Arhitotitetlitni'iUti tn C'wrt-
1 1 acta or J.atmr.
iNTHKtOK OrriCE . . . .HONOlLLtl
limit mill SlinriiiiiKrr.
Hoots anj Shoes mails to Onler.
No 114 Toht Sr , orrostTK I'anthkon Stahles
Imjtot tri itml Itraler lit HlftMsmit?,
Mrrlttrn Stiver- I'lntnt II mr,
itrttcnri, 9 wirti.
No a Fokt Strrkt .... ..Honolulu
Kinjr Coiulnitaiior, bectacl and KjeKla,
Lustra) WlreTVarc, tancy Soapi, 1'icTure I raities I't
tol, osicnhlm locVci Cutleri, I'owdcr, Sht nml
Amniuiutbn, CUtL.'k Spool Cultuti, Mjthine Oil, all
IvinJ of Machine Needles, MIon,etticN 1'ai-cr t-aslnons.
Sole agent of the umvinally acltnow IcdcU L.I,ht.
Kunnm Domestic Sem Murhin
Watchmaker, Jeweler, Ihtyravcr, ami
Nil. Ill Fokt SmEKT . . Husolvlu
All orders faithiuj) executed. 34
ILLINGHAM ft Co.
Import! ami Dealer in Hardware, Vtit
lery, Toot a,
Paints and Od, and General Menharulise.
Nu. 37 toar Strkkt . Honolulu
lloanut Sayar, I'atama It tee
And Kailua Klc Plantation and Mill.
NlUANU StRKKT . CoKNER MaHINR
Dialer In Dtulloml, Dice, Tea, Mlhiand
fancy ilood, tint, I toot utnl
,tir, Itrnn, feed and Hour,
1 tyaiM and loharti,
Alio pro(rIeior uf Kkf ami Sugar Plantations, al
kaueulie, kut.Uu, Waipio, a,ail lrcU
Nil ANU AND. ClIAIIAlK SWT HuNOU'LU
I input term of tlenerat Jtcrchpndlae from
1 111 nee, liayland, tltrinaiiy and
tha United State,
Nil (JirrjiK $rnMr . ., , H4N0LVL
II holcnalc tlrocci,
i0AKU2i9CALtruKNiASriiiFirr, ..Sam FRANt.(sVrt
Pantculir attention juU 19 filling 4 il ahijtping ir
land orders. :
THOS, G, THRUM,
lUtVrrjNt ANU MANUrAClVhtNlt
Stationer, A'firs Atfcut, I'elntee, Ituolt
And puUidr ol the hATVKUAr PaK, and jau
tim.u umt A , Mtmhant street lal
t in ItneSutiorwt), Lks Mu Ioy and Vocy
Ovkxls tvtl street, near Hotel.
HoNOLLLT, IX I.
fltrf, Veal, Mutton, Imiiho, I'outtry
Contaitly on land, mod of chorea quality 'uk
auwfvs lWv.aasC'iaUa) m haitL Uuri4t
are all cut ihd ul up ut eaasrn )l AU dt
Miiuuuy aiteuucu 10, iw ucuvcr ea m rfUy pari m iimt
1 wi Hotel street. Uismh Uu.
It. UUMd UukJSADU f wt
G. KAUPP, tfrmwr.
oAnvr.sTr.n AS'n iwu.uv.n.
rrw nioNi.. no &
l hulmllUrttrll-il nml (;! On.
BY THK DAY OR
w..IJ.liJ,0! IN ANY PART OP TUB
,10 11 iu so njkhm'Ti.r a rri:xm:it ro
Slinp nt rirn.lilnnco, Wnlkllit romt,
Ton iintM infc t ln at theoffite of
A. T. COOKE,
Ij Qun Strfft.
ii 1 tr lj
W. RICHARDSON ft Co
lMPUTfR ANIt DftALPM IN
llmill, , i'llrilfalllf lliinilt, (,
('!), TrimAi, 1'iilhri,
lYidimvMnl Hanp., Wi.lll.arn Walclm,
ai- ui Jewelry, etc,
CoKrsrR lour 'JJfMir4riirKpt.Jlti'ni tay
tltltrlrr mill lliaintniil Srtlrt ,
No 60 Nuuanu Stmft, IIonoiuiu, II
(Oii(K.ite llullister A Co ),
I'jrttcular attention ialj to reuinng
rn, HOFrSCHLAEGuR & Co.
lntlirteta nml Comiiitmttnn Hrrchttnt.
IIonoluiu Omiu, II. 1 ,
Hi, itvr unit Sltn I'nliilri,
pAfRR llANt RR.
No 107 Kimo SrRKttr ., .,
0$ 1 rm
A S. CLEGHORN ft Co.
Importers amt lieatun In Oetientt Wt
Corner Qurcn and KaahutnanJ Street, Honolulu
(rOKMCKLY WITH IIOLLPS A CO )
Uholemitr ami Jtettilt tlrorrr,
KiNtiSTREhr ...... ..Unuer Harmony Hail.
r ami!) , 1 1 int jt ion. and Stup tore nut I ',ed at ihixt
nrt.c. New uixnU h Kcry steamer. Order from
the other lltnilf.itlifully executed
Iclefhone No. tig. 175 tjr
TTOLLISTHU ft Co,
U Jiolrnttte tttttt Jtrtnlt Iruatflttn a tut to
No 59, NirPANU Stikkt .
OHN T. WATERHOUSE,
r C. COLEMAN,
Hot ne Shot tti(f.
I'hntallj-t M ichinery, etc
next to Cattle & CooLe .
Shop on king Street
P. ADA Mb,
tiietlHrjiMd rommlntlua Merchant,
liif W. McCHESNEY ft SON,
Leathei , It hit m, lallott 11 ml Vomntlnnhni
Agents for the Ko) at Snap Com;uny
Nu. 4a QutcttN Strkkt ..Honolulu
A LLEN ft RpBINSON,
Dmler In l.umlter ami alt hi ml of Un Uti
lity Material, I'alnt, (HI, Aaftti, etc,
Honolulu, il. I,,
AGENTS OF SCIIOUNBK
Haleakala, Kulamanu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
UUama, Pauaht and Leahl,
At Kul imon's harf. 1
T YCAN ft CO,
Importer ami Deatei 1 In alt html of
Mmtlc tlooit, fancy tloott,
Nos. 105 ano 107 Kurt Stkivkt. . .Honoiuh
Furniture, Chairs, Sewing Mnchines. Mirrors and
Mirror Plates, Picture l-raiuc and Cornices made to
order. '37 YT
M alchmahrr and Jeurlrr,
"Watoh repalriup; mado a Speciality.
All orders from the othet idands promptly attended to.
No 55, Hotel StKKhT Honolulp, H 1
TTOPP ft CO,
ITphotuteiet, Draper and Dealer In alt
Kind of tarnttarej
Telejhone No, 143.
"plIEO. 11, DAVIES ft Co ,
Latb Janioh, Grkrn & Co )
Importer and Vommtmtton Merchant
Lloyd t and the LUrntout Underwriters,
llritthand roreign Alatine Intuiaiure C01
mce Company, and
Northern Assurance Company,
TJONOLULU IRON WORKS Co,
Steam Knylne, Holler, Sayar Mill,
Cooler, Iron, lira and Lead Catting,
HpNOIUU) . . . . . ,11 I
MacMrery of every dewrij'tion mado to order
Particular attention laU to Ship's Ulackimtthitijf
Job work executed on the ihortett notice, 10
Tin, Copper and Sheet iron Worker,
'St 4i re and Itaitye,
vf aU linli, I lumbers stock ana metal i, houc funnvh
icg goods, clandtliers, lamps sc-
Niw 3 Kiaiivmanu Sratur .Honolulu
O HALL ft SON
IMtDETKMl AN II iKALKR IN
ltardcir and tleneral Merchandise,
CoKitrR or King and ro.tr bu.tn, Honolulu
Wittunt W. tlall.. President and Manager
U i AHe , . Set.iei.try aud Iieawrcr
t.corg t , Howe , , ," .AuJUo
OuirtiJtv-.ll 3tay, L.0 White, ifj
T M. OAT ft Co.
Saltumker, I layn of alt Deaerlptlunh
mad and repaired,
(lUhOLlLV ... .HI
Loft in A Y CkoLuc fireproof tuildmjt. fo.t 01
Nuiuuu stieS a5
TVJT PHILLIPS ft Co.
tmiMiier and Uhoteale Denier In Itvlh
lav Hoot, S.ioes, Hat, Men 'r
Hlnhlny Uo!, rancy tluottt, bte,
u. 11 Kaahuuamu 6rnsT . ..Honolulu
P II, OBDINO,
, Hpr and Drayman,
ftei-U, Pailaes and lUe2dvliervd loand from
alip4ts4 Hoikjlulaaud Kuuir. Cweful at.
tewtiow pMkl la BOln Kurnuure, with
WAGONS LXPRLSyiY 10R THE PUKIOSE.
I I etcMNM 90 ( KMjC
Oifice, W K.U14 Sirtcu
VUyhsitt6i kMdcac jj PucKkbowl sUecL
C J LEVltY ft CO,
MtWrMmV ttttit ltrt'tlt tJrorrr,
Tort Strirt llovnt.iM.u
Freth erocertt and pfuvUtotn ol all Knd ot, himt nj
recniv?tl rejiuttrly from V urupc anJ America which
Hill k olJ at the towrM markrt ratet.
Cool tlclirrml 10 nj part cf ht eft y frtt of trWjre
i)and ortlfM vilicitett ami prompt ntirntim will In
Kivcn lo ih umf, itf.iy
T EWERS ft COOKE,
(Sl'CCSSMlRS TO I.RWfM A 1)1 KSON,)
ttitftottrt nmf Itrfttem tn l.utnhrr tint! ttt t
html of Iluthttntf Utttrrtttt.
foRT STRRKT JloNOtlM U
T AINB ft Lo.
ImiNirter And dealers In Itty. (Irani an J
Of n ral
p A. SCIIAEPBK A Co.
Impm tern n tut Cntnmhihm Merchant
Mrrcmant Strrkt, IIunoluiU
MAkftrt'tt Huh.k, .. Qurrn Strrrt, IIonoiuiu
S. GRtNDAUM ft Co.
I'onrttnttno ttmt nttmlntftn Merchant,
ai4 Cai ifornia St , San I- rahcisco
Snectal facilille for and nattlcuUr ttnl!nii iai 1 to
conMpntncnts of Wand uhmIucc.
T EMMULUTH ft Co.,
Tittnmtth nittt ltumbernt Itctttera In
Storeup IttntftM, Tinf
No. 3 Ncuanu Strhbt t Honolulu
TT E. McINTYRE ft BROTHER,
ttincertf a tut Feett Mtnrc.
Cor Kino and tort St Honolulu
T W. HINCLEY ft CO
Jtiin)iefiirer of llnntmi CVftir-.
IMPOKTFRI AND l)EA4RRSlM
, And SmoVerj Arlicles
1 he most cotn lete Mock in the kingdom
King street, (near AUItea) Honolulu
T M. OAT, JR., ft CO.
'ititttotirrn unit AVff Dealer
Itetl It n fiber .Stamp Ayeaea
Oazbttk Wtot ... No ts Mbrchast Strrkt
7oj Honolulu, II. 1.
I'ioHccr Steam Cittnta Mann factory autt
lractical Con feet iorer. I'aMrv Couk and Haker
Number 71 Hotel Mrrtt, t-elween fort and Nuuanu
C BREWER & COMPANY,
Ocaeral ltrrcanttteatut Comttttiton Ayrnt.1
Cwcc: Sthkit, Honolulu.
OiTicer I'. C. Jonei, Jr , president and manager;
JottjhO Carter, treasurer an 1 secretary. Directors:
lions, diaries K. HiMiop nnd 11, A 1. Carter Henry
Ma), auditor. uS
I Dealer In Choicest Iteefy Veal, Mutton, Ftc,
Nu 6 Qurfn Strkkt, I-isii Markft.
family and Shipping orders carefully attended to.
Live Stock furnished to Vessels at khort notice
Vegetal les of all kind iupj tied lo order.
f E. WILLIAMS,
IMfORTHtt ANU UPALfH IN
furniture of livery Dt icrlptlon, AIo
Upholnterer and Manufacturer,
Furniture Ware rooms No. 100 fort Street. Work
shop at old stand on Hut el Slrrel, All orders roniptl
aitendcil to 13
toi ano 104 Fort Strket, . . Honolulu
Pictures of all sires and Kinds made to order, and
frames of all descriptions constantly on hand Alio
Corals Shells aud Cunomles of the Paci6c, 3
T YONS ft LEVEY,
Auctioneer and Cominlnton Men haul,
IlRAVFK llLOCK, QuRBN StLBT, HONOLULU,
Sites of Furniture, Stock, Real Lxtate and General
Merchandise pronely attended to. Sole agents for
imcrtcnn anu r uropean mercnaiiiJise ll. lyons,
. J. I EVKV.
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN'
vestment Company (limited )
Mone) loaned for long or short periods on approved
security. Apply lo W L. GKF.bN,
Office Heaver Block, Full St Marnier
T W GIRVIN,
CoiamlMMton Merchant and tleneral Dealer
In Dry Good,
Wailuku, Maui , ,, H I
Groceries Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and (dataware I
Carpenter and Dullder,
All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
1 clephone No. 130, Williamson s h press Office.
Smoi, No 84 Kim, Stkhkt .Honolulu
A VV. PBIRCE Ik Co.
Ship Chandler and Coinmtlon Mei
HoNOtULV, Hawaiian I elan us.
Agents f it Itrand Guns ami Homo Lances and Per
iy 1yi' Pain killer
Attorney al Late and Solicitor lit t hancery,
PractK-e tn the Courts, and prepares Deeds MdW,
Mortgages. Leaves Contracts Agreements, etc,, and
negotiate M44J Leans, etc.
Honolulu...,..,... II I,
Ovricr -Coi ier Fort and MmLani Streets
'-TUH ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL
AtAKTA Sr 1 NKAI IJv.rn SrTf
IMI.I'HONr Nu jj.
C, J, Hardee, Proprietor.
CONTRACTOR and UUILBCR
Planing Shaping, Turning,
Band and Scroll Sawing,
Doors, Sash, BluiJs, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made Xo order.
Hurt! and hojt Tree Howl for Sa'r,
MOLOINT.S AND FINISH,
Always un hand.
AH or dei fijled o skort v, faj JotUog promptly
attended to Moulding wsJ so any patuie without
tali 4 charge fur knives
titet n in Wrti
ISHOP ft CO., Binkr
IIonoluh'. Hawaiian Ilanh5.
im A lnal'n
And I heir agent In
NI V VOKK,
Mes.M N Al UOIIIbCHtl.UASONS,
I ON DON
rheLOMMI RCIAI, lIANKINO CO ,
OP SM)NI.Y, 1OND0N
lUCOMMr'UClAI. ItANKINil CO .
OKSDNKV, SVDNI V.
THK HVNKS Ol- IlKflSI! COLtlMlUA
ICrOK!A, II C AND IORri.AND.OU
Ttamact a Gtmrat Jl.wh'n If mutt is,
COPYRIGHT OF Wm. B. OLESON.
Ite it remcml ritl.lhnl t.ti ili Th taliiri.ili 'Aik.K
ofSeptemler, A u, 1684, Wm ll Oleson, of llilo,
I siano ol Hawaii, Hawaiian Ulan U, In crdance
iih Section 3 of an "Art lo entourage leinnne in tht
kinedom, hy securing the copies ut Charts and Hooks
to the Authors and 1 ruprieton 6f such cojtirs."a
proved on the 311 tf DcremWr, a u tB64, hisde
posited h this Othce, the tide of his book . " Y Lt
iixwtns or Hawaiian.
Ihe rights of which he claims ns owner and prtjprl.
etor. In witness whereof. I hie hereunto tt my
hand nnd caused the al of the Interior Department lo
I affixed this I ightterth(i8lh)daj of SeptemUr.A u
M ClIAS. I (JUtICK,
I"KalJ MtnUieroflhe Interior
(. W, MSCrARLANR, II, K. MACfARLANP
Q W. MACl'ARLANE ft CO.
Importom, Commlnftlim Mortlmnta
and SuRar Fnotnnt.
lre roof Budding . Queen street, Honolulu
KiLiuea Sugar Co, Kauai,
lie Waikapu Sugar I Untatlon, Maul,
Ihe Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii
llonohina Suuar Co, llaHau,
Huelo Sugar Allll, Maul,
Huelo Sugar Plantation, Maui,
Kecitrocity Sugar Co , liana,
Makaha Sugtr 1 lantation, Oahu,
OAala Sug-ir CoHilo, Hawaii,
Oloualu Sugur Co Miui,
liuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii,
J. toiler ft Co'sSteam How and I'ortalle Tramwa
Mirrlrt, Watson & Co's Sugar Maohiner) , CUsrow
Otaowand Honolulu I ine of I'ickcts,
Liver oot and Honolulu 1 Ine of l'ackiis,
Imdon and HonotuluXIne of Steamers,
Sun I ire Insurance Lo. of Ixindoiu
iASTLE ft COOKE,
Shtpplny and Commtnlon Meichantn,
No 80 KlNCSrRRPT . ..IIONOLULL
IMrORTERS AND DKALPK4 tN
The llitchcuck &. Company's Plantation.
1 tie Alexanders Hal lwin PUitalion.
K. HaKtcad, or Walalua Plantatioii.
A II Smith & Conipan), kolu.tt Kami
J. M Alexander, Haiku, Maui
'Hie Haiku Sugar Compaii),
Hie kohili Sugar Coinpaii),
Ihe Union Insurance Company o San IVaiucMra
1 n new 1 ntian 1 u.ue insurance LAmpin ol tloMoti
llie llbke Manur-ictiirlnff Conianvof llo-.ton
D M Uetou Patent Ccntrifmal Machines.
Hie New oik and Honolulu Prtlet IJne.
the Merchant's 1 ine, Honolulu anl San Francisco
l)r laMtes & Son's ( elehruted MttlicinF.
Wilcox k Oihla Suiter ManuPicttmriif Company.
tvueeicrtv iisoua oewin? iwacnines. t- ir
rVFFICE OF J. E.
MRU PROOF HR1CK HUH DING,
So, Vtf Met chant Street, Honolulu, II, I,
The ouly reooftnUod General Buslnea
Acent In Jho KluRdoiu.
Real Estate Broker, Life Insurance Agent,
Custom House Broker, Employment A pent,
Money Broker, Fire Insurance Agent,
And Gcjieral Bu sine si Agent.
KfAL sTATK Der-AKTHSNT Muy and sell Real
P state In all turts cf lh Kinvtdom. alua kal 1-itate
and proiterty of all kinds', Kent and LeaMi Houses. Cot
tacts, Koomt ami auu, menu to inMirance, taes.
Repamns and ColleciJ of Rentals Draw lxgal
Papers otcery nature, 5r nth Title Records, etc, etc.
1-HILOVMFNT DtcfAKTMUNT Find einiIo ment In
all bianches of industry connected with the UUnds.
GbNKKAL Husink M att lens Ketp Hnks anl
Actounts, Collect IlilU, Ixan aud In cm Money; Pen
manslup, Knerossing aud all kinds of Coping done;
Procure Hre and I de Invurauu;. Advritieinei1ts aud
Correspondence all ended to.
Custom Horn. Hkoker Attend to all Entries
through potter of attorney and otherwise. Merchams
will find this department a special bment 10 them al I
attend to the delivery of l" vice couii lete. -
Soliciting Auknt for the Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York, the largest, cnuidest and
soundest Insurance Company hi tin world
Toumttand Travelers, and those seeking per ma
neni homes on the Idands. willnrdit to their ad van.
tage to consult n tersonatly or ly letter when suitable
accommodations are requited, aud they will find it lo
their Interest to oil on me for general Information per
t lining to tha lslanda.
Cortespondrnce sol let let I from abroad and orders
accepted and filled frr Hawaiian Curios rcrus, Coral,
Shells lva Specimens I'fiotos, Views tc, etc, apir
Orders of every nature attended lo, coming from the
E W GOODS
iur liter tvitn ilk
"Martha Davis," H Mallsgate," ,nd es peeled a
"Mariposa and other vessels
Boston (aid Mattltci,
Hwrse Shoe and N"
DOWNCKh arU NOONPAV OJ
Lubricating Oils of alt kinds
Cut Nails, all sizes
Clinch Nads, all slm.
CAun WaJeln balst
Cheap Kim Clock,
PfCwtiSuaiS ill CAKt,
Uu Hangup lUlltf( rcrus
(aiHrs I'Ltfation Hoes H
iwh Guivw wtl Socket tjit
U Cifaw t leevrrs,
I .awn Moer. kind,
Caac Geiiulne ntkeg Duais, "
Ca5 Genuine Aaoaeag Marimrt Stripe,
BevUcta thousand attnUs u the Hardware line alway
Sooh petted, it-A hy the MpnlUl.,' ft most com
a plttf asMKtmcbl of
Half Sled flow and Hrtaher,
With eitra Handles Ileawit and Point.
All l ben wdt be found at the avr UUk store o
161 L O. HALL k SON, Urnusd.
mt EAT EST J OB PJHNTING
iH executed to order at the S All UAT P4oik
1UTRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 79 Tort St root, Monolntu,
IMrOKTRR ANO nBAIRR 1
SEWING MAC II INKS
AND GRNI INK
Var$t Attachment, tilt ami trcr.iort,
ArtNT rOR TIIK
WmiTR xrwll! e I igiiT RvNKiNn NrwIIomk .Machine,
Howard Machine Needle, all klntU
CVrtHeir Uk, In mil rolei and le t
Itaitmur'fl t Inen Ilurad,
Clarli'iO N I Machine Cotton
Mttte, Dtmwtsfs RthMi Cut Paftr Pattern
Dealer in Kifi
Uvn aut rORTINa OoOIrt,
Siitt, IV'rrtpRR. Cam,
and MrtaI Lie Cartrhxrs
kp ittt i:ti: sjor:v, in nit ir.
Semite Marine. !,ock and Gun Utpaintric iroinfitly
attendnf to. , qr
mtAvnu lit ocir,
Importer and Dealer tn
Chandeliers, Ijinips, Pendants, Hrsckft taAmps;
O lut utar, Side lubular, Moiling hoiue,
and Police lanterns ; Nufaft Pocket, anil
lable I-iniMJ OIoIjcs, Chimneys, Retlectors,
Lamp Holders for sewing nuchuies.
STOV1S ANU , RAN(USrUnt Sim, Hud's
Patent, Uichinmid. " Ka Moi," Pert, Ocrola,
Hawaii Aloha AJmeda 1 1 ra.
MISSISSIPPI KANRK-CouMng capatiiy
fKHNCH UANf.I H lor resianranis hotels and
private residences with or uttiiout hot water
WLSTPNIIOLM'S IXL CUTI FRY:
A fine nsstt tment of lable. Desert, and Tea
knives and forksf C arveis and Steels, with
5 lain and ornamental ior handles ; also
'utktt km re. Kators, Sheirs. lluttoti hole
and ladies' Vinson, (tread kruvei. genuine
Irrmh Couk knives, Butcher and Kitchen
Indies' Wotkstanl Basket; Office, Lunch,
liundr and Market Haskeiv
DOOKMAIS Assorted tires nndtatletnv
Rogers llnithcrs'and Merlden PUtirg Works;
Water anl Cream Pitchers: lable. Desert,
and lea Knives, forks and Sooni. Sixxm
Hollers, Napkin Kings ChilJren' Iuiii
I ickle and L'ruet Stands, Mutter Howls,
Card Receivers f ruit Stands, Preserve
AG A IK WAKK
Nlcklc moiiiitrtl lea Srts hi part or whole,
tery neat and destmble; tUin Cooking
Utensils in Urce ariet,
Milk Pans, Pu I hm and 1 Iain ltadns, Milk
Ik Ilcrs; Kice. Jell And I cr -cream Moulds
new tut terns In Slew Pans
SAUCLPANS Plianieled vid tinned Iron, from 3 pint
to 1 gallon.
JAPAN NI-1) WARI :
loitet Sts loilet Stsnds, Water Co)I-ri
Cake, Cah. and knife Hoes; Spitoons
CuspiuorS, CtiiUreus l(ajs.
Fairbtnks I latform. Counter, and Kitchen
Mohne Plows, Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Raket,
Rice and Manure I orks, Ooi, Ho Handles,
Plow Handles and Beams.
ICE CIHSIS and RLt RIGLRArOKS.
BALDWIN I ODDI R CUm'KH-Three aires H
1, t H nod a inch cut, an A 1 artitle
Wairanled leM grades New Voik standard,
and tarliolired, J4t )i i'iMi 3 liu.li
Hose, nurIcs bik! uprittklers, Ac
PLUMHrK AND UNSMIIIIb MA1LRIAL
Sheet Icatl, a to 14 lbs. suuare fo t Soil Pipe
lea 1 and caM Iron ; Water Clooets, Caes
Sleet tin; Sheet Copper, clean and tinned,
14 to ( or ; Hoe llibhs, Rosin ; Sinks,
black and enameled, ditto Washttauds ,
Sheet Zinc; Soft Solder, our owu make,
GALVANI7LO IRON IPU J4 toainch; elUws
1 reducers, tugs, budmiic
PIPE VICIS, taike i to 3 inch 1 ipe; stocks and diet,
cull H to 3 inch ptp.
BIRD CG1 i largest vailety in maiket, painted
bright, anl brass wire.
HABV CAUKIAGI S, Bo)s WhTelturrows and Go
Halls justly celebrated Fire nnd Burglar proof
Mies. we keep in hock ine iargi usaon
ment of Safes to be found west of California
Safes. We keep In stock the large-.! usaort
Cuts milled u(Ki apj licatioii
GLLKrrS ICE MACIIINrS:
Jut the thing fa- use on plantation when
Meant Is available. Smalt sue make 11 lbs.
Ice iu four hour j second sire. 7$ lbs in seven
hours. Cuts villi foil dircition fur working,
mailed to ) our address 011 at plication Ve
are auihtiried to deliver tlese machine
alongside nt maker irUe, a Idu g oid, cos
ol packing caves arid freights.
CUSMOM WORK of all kinds in tin, opr, and
sheet Iron working attended to. Work -shop
over store Work executed by cvinelent
workmen at reasonable prices.
WAVER BLOCK. FORI SIKhLIV
Nirobte lience Utter than a slow shilling M and
P'"" HTDONT hOROLT M.Bf at if
CQUARE TO A CENT.
THK HEASttX Of DVIt SI CCVHH
We da busines on strict prim Me.
have only a fixed percentage a a profit,
THR VIUlVHSTAIlfS 0,LV
SO THIS COST Of TIIK
e never deviate from the price fiird under
VV circuraiUuci. We mark all good
t cucuitiiuiice. we mark an
h telling price In fUiii Agurri
'17 never roUrrprtsent or conceal (he fault
VV of any article 1
01 any Article offmd for aale.
We exchange roods cheerfully and return
tiwney wlUtngly when unable ta Ault or
A child sf rive ers ran buy atdwp aia nun of
ex.fieuce, It faithfully illuMiatede wL
alake no misuk 1 Set the nu of iVr
S, COH V 4 CO.,
TEMPLE OP PAMIJ0N.
1 and 6j Foil Street,
FAkte'tf Asw)hin Pe NHoLt'RkS
FAitKK'a ASH NKKOUS I'tNIIOLDr US,
HubUt 1 1 older s, Coik llotjos, Koy aiwj Lbvsiy
"Holders-gold uwxiraed, Ixury aivt Huoe
! r-older and J'apert ultsr. raUr'i ratlet,
Lraart, Deuiyjn's Vrlv-t (raters
CruI Rubber, Rubber ut woud
peMtlsIiapc. Ihumh Fatks, :.;
Petuil PrUe'toisRubUr v:r
Band of various 4 a
for Hale al TUOS. 41, THHVWH
UkaCHAMf STaartr A-uToar Srn.ar bfiM
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
All accouiU owing to the undctLwd for ihe quarter
ending Jium jub,
iMa.il not pji-t hi OtiwUr i6b,
w ill be platcif ia tU hhd of 4 CyJUtlo
I 4 OAXlUM
llonclulu, Se-e saber j, ili.