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TIIUKKUAY, OCT. 10, 188-i.
. SUN. MOOU AHD SEA.
All time from noon f to-day. Oct. Id
Sun SoN ," IJ
Sun It !-( Ji ,
Mfiim Hied 1 '
ItUrli 'J'liln iciiual) 2 00.
High Tide (equal; II
wind ami vi:riit:it
Ilceord Irom noon ctenliiy
;TtiZi. Tliciiiioiticlcr Itnln.
. Hi i mi I sili ii -li I ii I ili llto 'Hli
lK.fci 2V.I7 S'MI I T-S I 71 5 II 0. 11
Wind, s. x. K. frch, bl.-y, cloudy i Sen,
Tim: Hon. W. V. Allen 1ms been
tujappoinicd Auditor lor Uiu Hawaiian
Diamond llwiil, M IS, 3 p. JI
Light S. W. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
nut b.K imiancixco.
Alameda. . . .Leaves Honolulu
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, Nov. 10
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
roil VCCKI.ANII A.NDKVDNKY:
Stnir Cil v of Svduc v Nov 1
roil han niANcrsro.
Slmr Atibtialin Oct. 2(1
& Carriage Manufacturing Company.
y -w.. n,. i... .... nn .;ii, r
VI .HI JVUUII II. W .111 l'1111-i; 11 III! V
'VJ llvntvni. .?- f'rt
i in: annual meeting oi me icoyai
Hawaiian Acricultural Society will
Nov. lstfefc ho held next Thurddnv eveninsr at 8
ill .,.iAi ., ii., n..n!:.ni iTi
1 uiujj) at uiu ijiiniuiiiu nuiti
llktni! DK-overy front San 1-raneUco
Selir Wallelo from Papulkou
Schr AVaioll from liana
Ilk Purest (Jueen for Tort Towii'end
Selir Caterlna for Ilauali'i
Stiur Kilauca II on for Windward Pints
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slmr .las Makce for Oaliii anil ICaiial
Selir Ilnleakala for Pepeekeo
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S ISordenux, Phlllpot
Ship El Dorado, Humphries
Hark 0 It Hbliop, Welters
Iiktim Discovery, IViTliuan
Itrig Towera, La Guen
Hark Kinerald, Gutter
Hark Cailmrlen, Hubbard
ltgtno Clans SpreckeK Drew
llgtuc Hazard, Tlcrnoy
Hark Ophelia, Mnddrel
Hark Nleholas Thayer. Crosby
From Oahu and Kauai, ner Jas Maker
Oct lii Gov Domini". .1 L lllcliardon.
Dr H MoGrcw. .Ia (Jay. Mrs Laine and
about SO deek.
A whiti: fox terrier is lost. See!
Tin: Mutual Telephone Co. has
jcommcnccil to put up poles on the
iNtinnnu Valley road.
His Ux. Gov. Dominis returned
limine yesterday from Wnialua by
Sllie steamer James Mnkco.
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An examination of candidates for
admission to the Hawaiian liar will
lake place hy tlio Supreme Court on
Saturday, October 25th.
'P .,,.!. 1 AT.. I n Innnil
1 1.1IL. illliu.iuil lu iidi. i . w iuuta
grccn-all-round residence in Nuuanu
Valley has been improved during
ifithc past few days by the addition of
v.ij . . . .., .. i ....
liu seiiii-circiu.il uuut;iy.
Stoukiioi.ii:i:s of the "Wooillawn
Dairy & Stock Co. can obtain a
dividend of one dollar and n half per
Rnsharc at the Company's olllcc, No.
moo, i'ort street, on Saturday next,
m October 18th.
ftii . .
ftj Mil, Clias. McCarthy, proprietor
Ksjof the Astor House billiard room,
Jj'Ihas just received by the Mariposa u
iSxisplendid stock of Meerschaum Dines.
Rjacigar and cigarette holders. Callfi
Uaml examine them.
Aiimiiiai. Courbet, commanding
the French forces iii China, is an
Irishman, his father being a Cork
man, who, on emigrating, changed
his name from the Irish Corbet to
Mllie more Gallic Courbet.
ijiillrushes, and he kept a golden
eurf and worshipt braizen 9iiakes and
lie hct nothln' but qwhales and man
lier for forty years. He was kort
by tlio air of his 'ed while ridin
under a bow of it tree, und lie was
killed by his son Abslon as he was
liiumiuir from Hie how. His end was
Tin: sidewalks on Nuuanu street
arc in a most vile condition. If a
;?Sfew Chinamen were to break their
would be done to place
'I',... Ci,i..n...n rV.... .,.i:mii...r.,1 .. I !
(, i ill, ,iujf!i;iiii; vunii .iiijuiii iiuvi .ii-a
$S 1 o'c
llctiiel vestry last evening, imme-Ginger Alo and Soda Walor on lec.ffl
Rgdiatcly after the prayer mcctiug.H :" Call ami sue me. ia
IftoTlic following olllecrs were elected' ' ' g.
3i $" Il?2. IkC!
lock to-day out of respect toSSf
iS:thniiieinnrvnf tlii'Ilnn. iMrii.Hislinn.UlJev. K. f. Oi'irel: Viee-1'resideilt.
TJrt" 1 -o " CCT ' . .-, -w
uHti. ...... ...:n i....'... ..,..!.. i K'3-vr n r mm......... u......ni ... Al..o ( '.yH H 1
tm -L nuiu 111 iiu 1111 'si's-huu iu-intiiiu ROx.ui'a. i. .r. i in uiu , uutici.itj, ..iii.-'.-
r r-. rT.'a .
Sjfor the same reason, and the lorcignRn J. Shaw; 1 rcasurcr, Air. m. trs-c1" 'Sv
Injury will not be required to attendraClark. Committees were also ap- VjSaaifiS?
llllVll 1.1llVI.. Ura'UIIILV.ll Jit ,l.llLaillllW.W W..V.. V..... .. dJt-M.
m -nr 1 r-5-! c" r hament, childrcns sociables, dccoralingrj And Jlpliolstojov,
the church and visitincr the sick. V 'V". 0.1 Hotel sited,
Opposite Intun.nlloiial Hotel
Arj; understand that after a few
Kuminor details are settled, Dr. Moil- j
pyritz, Government physician at Waia- i T
fS lua, will be appointed to 11 similar 'E
..B5y position at Kalawao, Molokai. IIcS&l
slias lately paid a visit to the pin
Selir AVaioll lirought 000 hags of su
IIIC imillllllir Ul iii-,.ii!mcm n 11u.11. u.t ;,:Sit nnnn5imnl,t lln ,, vnn- rnmlK;'lcr.,iio O.m ..mm nl
M.. C,,.,...o,. Ij ..mull ,.! w til in HV. M IIW w" -..... j 0w.. iCj,u...v. v. v.v- .... ...- ,
eepllon of being varnished on the In-onc. ,;$jNurscry at tliat place, which is sup-KH
side llllll pulling 1 in-rovmi;us mi. jw
The selir Keltic Merrill was hoveM 1 in: examination for non-commis
down this morning. , ... . SSsioned olllecrs for the Honolulu
11 ... ...
IfVl'ho stiur W II Heed will pump 011I
the lirlg 'lewera.
lie Government of South Austra- , Walkinff Stickg. m
lia are endeavoring to .ntroduccaj Made of every kind of
sugar-planting nt Piumcrston, orlh-K: vmirn i,mmM:. e3
5rn Territory. They already havcSjj,, , , Jm
& j j j ksHlSriicKels. Cornices. Curtail I'o e3. ifcc.'SSi
Min I InvoiMiinoiit.PSI ...nl,. ..i it,.. i..i..0i .inl.i.,..P wis
a iiiniiu .,, (in; liLic.L in .livii?. ,111
every thin'' iot. 'inc news was ire-w Ina;c out
eelved at Victoria from a schooner from .
ih! Arctic mid then teleL'raiilicil to S !'. & eleven vacancies
- . "V. . . .
The hktne Dl-eovcrv. Cant rcrrlmnu, yi
arrived this moriiinir 12 days from San i?J
FratieK'O with a general cargo and S!)
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. &
A VAi.LAiii.r. house lot 011 Kulaoka-R'j
Inm nhiins is offered for sale. Sec 3i
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Tnmii; will be no school to-mor- i
1 11... ii,.,ii,n., i..,ii,oi...t,i.M. jr
U I. .1U LIIU X IlililllUll 11V 1.UIUU11
Scliool and Oahu College.
Hisinn & Co.'s bank will only be
open from 9 to 10 o'clock to-morrow
Hillcs took place last evening. Four-
report. 1 here are $
to III! up
sergeants and six corporals.
UN hiimlay last, sonic time anoultrc roons llivcr
noon, wane jut. nucKmau,
resides on Judd street, was absent
two plated rings and about
cash. Information was given to the
police, but as yet no clue has been
Timui: drunks in the L'olice Court i
, i..-.. ....:,. 1,. ;,,;.,;,. ci t dm :.'?
una illuming, iiiiiyiii in v" i n'- ;il
Tin. Parker, of the Hoard of i:
1 ' li
Health, is at present making an ex- $
amination of the scholars attending::
tltc Fort Street School.
now a barber
Mu. J. I. Dowsctt has just re
ceived by the S. S. Bordeaux, a con-
simiment of new iron tanks, twoJ
sizes, which he offers for sale. They
may be seen at his place of busiuessh
on Queen street.
Tiiosi: overhanging trees on Nuu
anu street, just above Kukui street,
arc getting to be a perfect nuisance,
and ought to be trimmed nt once.
The trees in tiic yard of No. 130
Nuuanu street, also overhang the
sidewalk-, and should be attended to
by the occupants.
An adjourned meeting of the
Hctlicl Social Union was held at the
Books and Accounts und Cus
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, cai'ofully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN.
Gancral Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telephone 172 P.O.Box 310.
PKII s. s. MAUlI'nsA.
A. WIUAI-.J-. LOT CXK
r-r.icqjBoltfpa Sausages 1
e done to place them inlSl sw
iVlA.t7tfMWAlM jgjttiSiSArS? KTSRSttf Sf-toitl1lhr lift tiI
Grand and Successful Opening
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St.,
kou mi: cnnAP at tiik
70 Hotel Street
JBesl Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
JFrch Vanity I-'alr, Liitlc UeaulU", (!old
l!:ir, Tlifce Kings mill the Pet
SChcwing and Smoking Tobacco,
Uut Foil and Plug.
ITIio Ilillliild Tables of this eslulilish
incut, have liccn le covered and
leveled, which ni'lkes thuni
the best In town.
Tlie goncral public arc invited to give um a call and iuspeot,
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry GooiU,
Fancy Goods; Ladies', Children's, and Infant's Wear,
Millinery, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Traveling
Trunks, Valises, House "Furnishing Goods, and an Klegant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's, .
and Infants' Shoes.
. CJOXIIY Sc CO.
BILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
for the ensuing year: President,
Sled Plows, CSiMtefeM
Nets Etc Dc --.M4T
t Vifv.,.i'5' "" '
j T ICKSSM AlvlCIt, liaving
XjlJL lias resunicil Imsiness,
Hl'eatliers uicineil, uyeii iinil Unrleil in
. ... ireiiri PU all tlio lioweia thaues.
Ihc company has a capital of Sll!),-a$ Colu.r o Kinir and Itiehard Streets.
000, of which S70.000 has beenyS Tin Urn
g taken by the olllecrs of the cxpedi
' lion to miy lanus aiong me L-ame
from his house, someone entered the M The danger of buying a boy ani(.;j
. . .1 ,. .. ...nla , ......... II !ll.. !
nrciniscs aim carncu on live iroiu "Namaicur iiriuun'i-iirc.Y in wen nius-
ment school-house. George linds it
very useful, it saves him a deal of
walking, and ho is able to rest better
nights. May George's brake
SS never break down.
Gonsaiat-s & Co., 07 Hotel street,
nl Mffililiclil !
THE POWER OF THE PRESS.
plated pins, a pair of gold car-rings, .Titrated in the story of a lad, who, a . j
$2 in S short time ago, overheard his mother
Etc.. Etc.. Elc.
Fonco "Wirt'Sinrt S(Jtiles, Kerosene Oil u speciality
I'ninlM, Vnrni.slies. Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, L'laited Ware, &c, &c.
i -iyy?;rayxs!ra,ipqgr,waEKH tgtJ2a
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
jpHcd to those wishing to begin thc XPTIM.
! industry. ?31ti tiii: IjAIii:s ov iixna:i,rj
V An expedition, under the auspices MIlS. GASCOYXK, M
MIV .. ...... -.-. - . rj ,-,. - I17J I ir 'WW .11. Ill Im.... a-r. ...., I ' i'.t?l
Ciiptl'urilmiin of the liktne Discovery alecncamri(latcg wore examined, and of tlio German African Colonizing
reports the steam whaler llowhcail lie-k , , . . ' ft . . . , ,,r . r..:,.KS
In'' crushed by Ice In Aretle Ocean, and !g the examiners will meet to-night to$ Society, has gone to Acst Afuca.R,
To make room for n lai'sp Nlnrk r
New 6-oods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, mid San Francisco.
All slock on hand during the noxt 30 days will be sold Tor cash,
consisting in part of .
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
SS AN'I) ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
S Parlor Sels, Bedroom Sets, Centre Taihles,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, FiiKTnvintfs, Chromes,
And a Liiige Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 Im 1JYDJ.rS 5c LJo.
:uid eldest sister talking about thes-1 lly .lack Malonc, ho hy Lexington
young lady's approaching ninrriagoSl"1 ,ia W '-ea, "v n.por e.i Aiisira-,
j"l"n J ii .... ..." gallaii: Slid duiii, liny Flower, by Lcxinc-!
and whom they should invite, lucrmn; Urd dam, Hay Leaf, by lmportcdf
mother insisted that the MuI'nddenBuioikbliliu: Itli ilatn, Imported .Alaria :
..:i. oi, i.i,i i,,t t,n ii,v!in,l wliili.Vttulnek, by J'liiloda l'titau, etc., cle.
1,11111. OIIUl.Hl l.VIU no .....I...., "ffil T ., i,.i. In.l nl ll,n I.....I nml.
Hl.llll llt.a Ul 1.1. .,1. 1IIV fllV..,! MUllU-
Wi: took a ride in Manager George
Fassett's brake the other daj'. Tt is
ill kh-4dlv naj isb V4 alIm Hill I
: iv fii 1 1 ti i i 1 1 1 1 i' in nil : hit ;mii i hi tt i u uaw -. ..---. v... ..-- - -,., . . .
1 E: I... iftMtir i n!.,.i...,i Jtr c,.........,...in n..i f..'
very commodious, so much so, Hint Ki?ou;. ..... ,...,.-.... ....$ 'is ma t .' " r " VAiV" VS
if it had a roof on and the wheels f , ls of lhc fnm, sll0lll(l rcceiTOMwoiglis l.OO. ht. i i.ml Un hr igh irat-M
on, it miglit lie utilised as a uovcrn
(succr.s-ioiis to Ki'.x.N'imv . eo.)
n ' i ri n Ii fl tl T1XI 111.
tivc she did not want old Mr. A il-Jm,to It. A. Alexander, and was sold tog? 1 Ulllll J UlUUUllJj U . UU JJ.UIU1 Hli
Jut Heeeiveil ex S S Alnincihi,
Ghjk, Pears. Plus. Peaclies, Aples nil Gelery.
TT'I 111! I. I llllll . IIIM l-JL 1111 l.li:illL' I illl I'l III' U
Kau invitation (of course tliey would(,owm.(l manv fllVorlte, and won main SS
g bring (lowers, tltc mother said), WithMi hatful of money for his owners and JK
fethe exception of the McFaddens amlSiSiuoveil hlni'eir one or the gi cutest ml
?V m wiii.i.id,,,, Sm noises over a distance, most of his rnecsi.t
,m '"'"ol" , o .. ,inllllfr linu P bchi!; nl two and rour miles. Helm-
1 'Hie boy, who was tlio liniW-POs-KI ..Jiv hlreil -BVl.nil coIl8 , cilirornla K
urn W'iiuiurs. anion '.- which ale Bit
An ex-cdilor is now a uaruer at
Sntriimw. Mich. He wields the scis- 'il
snrs !ls lluentlv as ever, but ho doos$ h received by the S. S. llordcauxfe
,,, l.rvul wm-k now. M ll-ct from Madeira, a large slock
.- . M of most beautiful gold and silver
A I.AIMH! stock of Picture nndgt jewelry. The designs are something
Cornice mouldings, new styles, ats-l entirely new and it will pay you to
King llros. 8 12 3t M call and examine this splendid stocl
" "7. r.; , i ffl- Their advertisement in another
(JAiuxivr rnoios 90 per iioz, earns j:
1 per do, at Sun Pearl Gallery, K
corner of King and Kort streets, for-&j;
incrlv A. A. iUoiuano's
Kamimcs and others in want of a
set of irood harness will do well toj.
call at the store of M. Mclnerny,
and secure one of those lino sets
just to hand by the Maiiposa. They
are beauties and are selling rapidly.
II. It. II. Princess Kaiulani is
nine years old to-day, and not lo-t;)
morrow as tlio Guide wrongly states. pj
"nc wisli the young Princess iimnyH
happi' returns of the day.
column gives fuller particulars. They
have also received a lot of crochet
SI A Mi'.r.Tis-d for worsliin is an
nounced for l'riday evening, at
7.80, at the Lyceum, where afl in-g
lercstcil are liiviteii at mo request oijj
Hannah Hall, of Ohio, U. H. A., who
3 ,. '"iBMpoited Leamington, the she of Parole
irstilion oianii iroipiuR Ll.ziu Dunbar great b Sp
more tliiiuSndlstliiguiiilied herself l:st year in lierEfi
icssor or an amateur priiiiing-prcss.i'nli...l
and imagined he had the head of tittsLiz.io Dunbar. Young Ihzaar, Sophia, m
llenjamin Franklin, thought this wasI3aiHl another called tlie iiazaiir .Minerva jS
il.o Uio fni- liliii in rnL his work lii.BS1'01' 1U. Wln$ Ul,t " -"'"-rva iiy iii ,,. l). rnr.CTli.
vw v....w -,- - M--
lie listened to the couvor
1113 IIIUIIIUI illlll BIIIUI llllll Hiuiu """'NtJUJSU
ordinary attention. Then lie weiitHbiwo.yeiir.old rorni by tlcfcutin
down into tltc cellar, to his mammoths!
printing-establishment, and was notJH
seen about the house for tlie remain-
dor of the day. Tlie next morning-
the neitrhbors were surprised to sccs
itfllii, inmta lii'l.-iiur off Illl' naslc Oil the M
following "poster," which adorned'
every fence and bill-board for blocks
JILs Su-au Brown aniiounecs that -lie;
is ivin marry .Mr. .mines i ravci
at tie enure i. next I lur-uav, ai i..
sharp. All the menus oi the lanuiy
with the exception of the
McKtuldeii tiibf and Old Mr. Wilkin-niil
r ..i I l...!...- I..i ..r ii..........
. I llllll, ,'Tllll . llllll llllll'.' 1.11 ill llllll LI
is now on her way homeward from iiie ,.,. , .,lm ... ....,,. inil,, ..
oft to a boarding-'J
religious visit of two years to thcjfc boy wng l0 bc scnt o)
Australian Colonies, bhe is assistedjkji school, and tlio printing-press
hy James 11. Cotton, an Australian. typo were sold for old junk
Wo are informed that, though infc
A Xr.w KiiATfiu:. Wo now keepi
in stock a good supply of Itlco
Straw put up in conveniently sized
bales for bedding for horses, also a
large slock of fresh Hay and Grain,
ex Mariposa Union Feed Co.
200 years ago, their meetings arc
undenominational and arc otherwise
free. 811 2t
Tin: following was among the writ
ten answers in an examination on
scripture in an Knglish school by one
of her Majesty's inspectors : "Who
was Moses?" "lie ww an Kgyp
linn. He lived in n hark maid of
li'ni-4-U JP XJmi rrr r
one of P MM ,11 tV, V CdljULiIY
over stalled In California, anions wlilrlipsi
the largest tlchh ot two-year-olds that
over stalled m i.aiiionna, among wiiiriirsi
were the two Icautiful (lilies broughi5
Eiistern Oysters in tins and shell.
Ami a full line oi' fr'rcsli Slaplt; roreviiK.
Islnnd Orders solicited. Telephone Xo. S 10. P. O. Hox ii!)7
w. v I'l'ArocK
hern lust Sin In !' liv Mr. A'fnuw. ill.alanci itff.
at milo; tunc, l.UlJ, the lasleat lime on
..n.....i r.... ii.'..... ...... .i, lo ..i ,i. .Hot........
ll'CUltl lui iin'-jt.U'wiun ilk uic ill-lllilt i' K-JI
tills year sue nas won neverm iinporitini.
events, and has proved herself to be o
Itnnnr nas now ucen iirouglil back
to Honolulu, and will rumnln 'hole tin
balance of this year, am! breeders, horse
owners nun stoci; raiders hiioiuii aval
themselves of the oppoitunlty to obliiii
lil- t-civlecB while they have the cliiinci
'IVi'iiiH, )3'IO. Payalile at time cl
Iho Imported Clydculale hlallmi
Sin:ill Etititlc, .Jr., will Bland a'
the same time and place al f'.U) for Ih
season. He un. bred in Canada, dm1
by Imported Donald Dinuie, and nut 1
mil Rrt11 imported C'l)de.dalc mure.
iSbeaulltul dimple i;rcy, Id hands hliib !i
.. , , .,. . . ..i I, i- LIAS A l,l'..
wiiiiriiH l.iiiu ins.! ih verv nei ivi'.ti-" "
tt r rn nun a na iNi.'!,. .. , i ..
R7.T S . I X. ILl.VJlUUi r.IJIIlllllll I1VU IIIM I.
il 1.1. -..-! !....!..!..,. f VV ,nnnm,nnu 11 r. I.MII II w 1 ti.4 '"' '." . "--
syinpaiiiy wkii iiuklt principles uiwa it lUAiiiiitiuu whuuiuwii Also, tlie
.Shop on Queen street, near Alakea.
(JATTLK & HOUSES.
'M A 110UT ICO 1IK.V1) OF CATTLL,
nHxi. ALL'figcs and sizes, and including
MUkiinr Cows. Calved. lienors ami
sicui's. w ill se in ots in hint uiicnii
lug imicliusers, hut prefers to tell all In
one lot. Also several oou norfes. p
ply to M ItS. COSTA,
Ui tf Kiillhi Valley,
He is i
a:t Xuiiiuiu siM'i'i.
Euoxoi.ii.r, ii. i.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Mcrohants,
OKFKU I--OII SALK
At lu a.ot'Nl liai'kol Eta ok
a lurcu nud well Fclcctcd slock of
the Chohesl und nioM Kavorllc
.mil m flue a large Iioi'mi ih eould l
line larue Imported Iven-S
'ijliw.l.i .Infil.' V.litt a.M.k ' i b ic riling
Vri.iiv.iij ,i. i,ii-.iri .i. i" .".
Mol tlie largest , I aelis mat we coiiiu und
u3in California, atul Ii an aiiliu.il of Im
niense bono; is a very smo breeder, nud
siioillil o iioLTiiuy lauuni.eu, as iiu im
one of the very beet animals of his
;linl. 'I'orins, &;Ht lor the season.
The public are cordially Invited to
call und Inspect the above animals.
ilnrsliUcld. Sent. 15. 1BS1. 818 tt
A Larp Assortineut
While ft Colored Mm
All Goods Guaranteed,
mid oidcra tilled piomptlv.
P. O. Uox UfiO.
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Clcghorn & Co's
711 1 lm
SICK WO TAl & Co. (composed of Ho
Yee, Ho Pa Yal, IIo On and Mine
yVa) luivhig bought from Lo Sam Slug
the Itlco Plantation, with the house, cat
tle ami implement') nt W.ilmalu, Ewa,
Island of O.ihu, which the said Lo Sam
Sing bought from the S.iiu Hop Com.'
pany (composed of Lo ICiiu Kook and
Ah Chun), hereby give notice that all
claims against the raid I'lautiitloii to
date arc lo he settled by the said Lo Sam
Sing. All persons lire warned ngalnst
culling trees on the estate at the follow
ing Lands: Kfliilu, Alna Lol; Knhahia,
Ainu Lol; Kniimiuml, Alna Lol: Pna
kuii'ikL ho Piiuone Ioro; and Kapou.
wela, Ainu Kohl.
SKB WO TAI & CO.
Wnliniiln, August 27th, 1881.
lliill I'rogrninnioH !
NEW DESIGNS, just received from
San PranclBco, at Tub Daily Qui,
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