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The Uders!GXcd is authorized to take Marine Risks
USceiglits-. andu "
at Curronfc Bates in the following .Companies, .yiz:
Alliance Assurance Fire jr Marine, - Zondon
Wilhelma of Madgehurg Gen'l.Tns. Co.
San Insurance Co., - - San Francisco
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Agent for Hawaiian Islands
P.O. Box 117.
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor i$ Builder
JEsfeijiiaies Grvroxi on All Kinds
All Kinds of Jobbing in the Building Trade,
JSsBXEHeS FOR -SAXE:
Brick, l.iiuo. Cement, Iron Stone Pipe and Fittings,
Old it New Corrugated Iron, linton.Tiles, .
Quarry Tiles, assorted sizos and colors;
Clifornia and 3Jqnterey, Sand,
Grauite Curbing and Blocks, etc., etc.
f Corner.King cl Smith.Sts.
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I i to 4 P. M.
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100, and each filled with a black;
paste much desired by celestial
beings. Long he pandered as to
how to dispose of the drug, and
then called be to his assistance
one Mish Kayree formerly em
ployed in the collection of
duties whose head was as
long as his body in the art
of surreptitiously evading those
very duties he had once assisted
in collecting. The two planned
that on that very night the loug
one should come under-the stern
of the vessel in a boat and signal
hv throwing two specimens of the
Irish tuber, on board on which
the metallicinn should lower
those hundreds caskats of brass
filled with the drug into the boat,
and the long one should convey
the same secretly to tho shore
and dispose of it." Earnest mon;
ey of twenty-fivo chekels was
passed out and the bargain con
cluded. That nicht the deed
i was consummated, and the long
one might have been seen wend
ing his way through shallow mnd
with a bundle containing vtho
precious caskets on his back till
ho reached tho shore- near the
spot assigued to tho butchers of
the city. But tho Grand Mufti
had in his zeal appointed sundry
to watch the harbor and tho men
of tho sea and tho strangers, and
ono of these, named the son of
tongue had in Mish jKTuj'rees par
lance 'dropped" on to the game,
so taking unto himsolfuiother.
like-minded swiftly leaped through
the city and met the long one as
ho reached the shore with his
precious burden. Tho two ar
rested tho long one, and took
his bnndle and then having j)cr
suaded him to pass out twenty
five dollars, they loosed their
hold on him, and he fled. as for
his life. Several days, stayed ho
at homo after this misadventure,
for said he, if I meet the Metalli
cian and tell him this, ho will
say to mo, it is the yarn of the
Cock and the male Cow, and ho
will hold me up to bis associates
as ono of those who live by steal
ing tho property of others. Yet,
necessit' finally compelled
' him to appear on the spot. And
to his susprise. the Metallician
was not angry or inclined
to nsq, hard words but court
eously treated him and invited
him to enter his quarters whore
they could bo private and he pass
ed him ono hundred shekels of
the country the moiety of the
previously agreed on price for
. landing; tho drug. Xow did the
long one begin to excuse and
accuse himself for that ho had
not the drug and to swear by all
the gods that ho had been viol
ently deforced of it in tho man
ner related. When to his sur
prise ike metallician did the
following tale unfold. Know
you that it is all , right: After
you had gone I was seized with a
suspicion that you would deceive
me and convey the drug into
places. unknown to mo so I said
to my partner suppose the son of
a gun should steal the precious
drug. Let us go watch him. So
we hired a carriage of the conn
try and swiftly nied us to the
landing- place" agreed on and
when arrived there wo found the
policemen squatted down and
carefully; dividing our precious
caskets into-two portions one for
each which they evidently meant
to dispose of "privately without
acquainting the Grand Mufti and
so gather to themselves num
erous shekels more than tbey
otherwise would receive. For:
such is the manner of all these
ilish I?ayree followers. Boodle
is their only ais. So. my part
ner and I rather than permit
this infraction, of the . orders of .
the Grand-Malti by his. subor-.
diua t did, st apon those.rtwor
and vtM srm w did despoil Jikeai .
of tfeoW, .caskets , sd dispose of
thera at ths-nalj&B Sowtke
long on,. y qs. se t bi t W was v
eotapeteat aggltsd mrrd hj. .
ROYAL INSURANCE g0.
"z OE LIVERPOOL.
The Largest in the World
ASSETS: JAN: I, 1892,
Fire Risks on all kinds of Insurance Property
taken at Current Bates by
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Fire, Life & Marine
ITaxtford .Fire Insurance Co.," .
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co., -
Thames & Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New.' York-Life Ins. Co.,
C. O. BERGEIi,
General Agent for Hawaiian -Islands,
Honolulu, H. I. -
H. E. McINTYRE & BK0., '
BIPOBTERS AXD DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions & Feed
EAST CORNER FORT & JONG STSr
New Goods received by every Packet from tho Eastorn
States and Enropo. Fresh California Produco by every
All Orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered
to any part of tho City Freo of Charge.
Island Orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Post Office Box No. 145.
Telephone No. 92.
Sew Eiimitnie Store !
Robinson Block, Hotel St., oppo. Bethel St
UPHOLSTERY 4 CABINET MAKING .
OK HAND S" EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
Jniiaxe Oak. Bedroom Strife
Sideboards, ete; :
Wardrobes Mattratif s Pillows, Etc
MADE TO ORDER.
Bobiasoa Block, Hotel Sc, oppo. Bthl St.
Mm Zrmmd Haul ftr DasaMd &Mfe:KK t-Hlli. ;