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TUKSDAY, JUNK 2U, 1st.).
Hlmr Klnnii for Wlndwnid poito
Stmr .In MnUeo Tor ICnpsui
Schr Wallolt- hir MallU
SchrMtinn for lloiioiuu
ScbrEhukal for AViilnlua
Bktne TCIIIdtat for Tort Towncesid
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Huhv l.nkn for Kohnlalelc
.Schr Nettie Mori 111 for I.nlinlim
Stmr rinntor for ICnual
Uiltlsh bk Orlcntc, Hughes
Ilk Hope, l'enhallow
Itnrkcullun VAh, Howe
S S Alameda. Morse
Jilit Ilk liuimah, .lenn
Eor Windward poits j)cr stmr W G
Hall, Juno 22 Hon G XV l'ilipo, J M
Knncnkiut, S IC Kalo. G A C Jones,
wife and child. Mls M.I I)nvl. .Judge
U foa)lll, l'N Makce, A A Jlilinm,
Mr Muhelona ami daughter, J Gasper,
wife and child, and Ml) deck.
For Windward ports per stiur Llkc
llkc Jutii) 22 Mi's Grace linbcitson,
Mts i: Foster, K KMIcr. Jos U Kawal
niil and wife, Mrs HW Kawainul, Mrs
H C Uiiggs, Mrs J llmdic. MNs X
Hilgg, W Edmund, O Uallaron, K
firenbeig, Ah Ming, Mr-"W L Iloloka
hikl, and !)0 deck.
For Windward poiH per liur ln
huii.luno22 L.T Lrnuaid. F II Auer
bacli. XV II dimming, XV 11 Daniels,
Mrs Mitchell, and -10 deck.
. liUPPiNB NOTES.
Tlic Bk Centum- and llktno Mount
Lebanon sailed fioni Hongkong on May
2nd and 10th respectively for this poit.
Tho Ilk Orlcntc dlschaiged a. roller
weighing over ten tons, this moiniiig.
The eehr Wiiilolo takes a steam plow
for Haiku plantation.
Xcw planking is being laid on Brew
ThoBktne XV II DmiGiid i 14 clays
out of S F for Kahului.
The Amy Turner is 0!) days out to-day.
The Brit Bk Birmah, (Japt Jennets,
arrived yesterday 140 days fiom Glas
gow. She had heavy weather in the
Irish channel. On Apiil !)th, in Lit
41 dog :18 miu S. Long 05 deg 0 miii XV,
encountered a scvcio gjilc. The sea
ran as high as the quarter deck, doing
much damage to deck houses, tilling the
cabin with water and smashing one boat
to pieces and damaging two others.
She was 20 days lounding the Horn.
She has S00 tons of coal and 400 tons of
general meicliandise. She is consigned
to Schaefer & Co.
Arrivals at S F, June 10 Bark F S
Thompson from Kahului, Bk Forest
Queen from Honolulu, schr Em Clau
dinafromllilo; June 11 Schr Rosario
from Kahului, Brig XV G Irwin from
Honolulu, Bkt Eureka fiom Honolulu;
Juno 12 Bk Meudnta from Honolulu,
pchr Anna from Kahului; June 15
Stmr City of Sydney fiom Honolulu.
Departures from S F, June 0 Bkt
V II Dimotid for Kahului; June 12
Bg J D Sprcckcls for Honolulu.
To sail from S F about June 17th,
Schr J O Ford for Honolulu.
The sailing of the stmr Planter has
been postponed until to-monow after
noon. Thebktnc Klikit.it cleared this day
for Foit Townsend in ballast.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Latest foreign news on the fourth
A second-hash vacuum pan com
plete,' without pump, is advertised
Geo. AV. DeLong Tost, No.
G. A. IL, meets this -evening at
One hundred and twenty-eight
Chinamen arrived by the Alameda
Tnr. Honolulu Kiilo meet for their
usual weekly drill this evening at
The three small-pox patients are
doing very well, and no new cases
have broken out.
A oooi) deal of tree trimming is
necessary on different parts of the
Nuuanu valley road.
The O. S. S. Alameda will leave
for San Francisco on her schedule
time Wednesday, July 1st.
The Y. M. U. A. singing class
meets this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
A full attendance is requested.
A Chinese woman, a regular mem
ber of the Chinese Church, died on
Saturday evening on King street.
Mns. S. C. Damon is now East
with her son, Mr. E. C. Damon.
Her health is very much impioved.
To-Mouitow is St. John the Bap
tist's day. Special services will be
held at St.JAndrcws Cathedral nt 11
Mn. Kidwcll, of the Honolulu
Nursery, offers grafted orange and
lemon trees of the very best kinds
at SI each.
Messrs. Woi.fi: & Euwauds, the
grocers, received a. large quantity of
now goods by the Alameda. Call
and see .them.
Go to the ladies' skating contest
this evening at Central Park Skating
Rink, and vote for the lady you
think skates best.
Tun box plan for tho farewell
Montague-Turner Concert opens to
morrow morning at 1) o'clock at J.
E. Wiseman's ollice.
The Kinnu leave this afternoon
with a large party for tho Volcano
Ivy tho new route. Sho will nirlvc
in poit about 0 o'clock Sunday
The clock on Lucas's lookout
tower has not been keeping very
good time of lute, so it has been
thoroughly cleaned. It la going nil
Neither the captain nor tho
agents of the British bark Birmah
will lie responsible for any debts
conti acted by
tho officers or crew,
while in poit.
The Yosomite Skating Rink will
be open litis evening for ladies and
escorts. Remember that King Bros.'
grout picture of the volcano is now
on exhibition at this rink.
Tin: sale of the bankrupt stock of
J. L. Rosenberg took place to-day
by Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers.
Thoie was a good attendance, but
the prices as a rule were low.
We have received a copy of the
San Francisco Y. M. C. A. Mcssen
iter from Secretary McCoy. It is
devoted to the interests of Y. M.
A. work on the Pacific Coast.
Tiir.iiE will lie a grand concert at
Kaumakapili Church Thursday even
ing for the benefit of the building
fund, at which Miss Annis Montague
and Mr. Chas. Turner will sing.
It appears that Chinamen know
how to play poker, for officer Marcos
arrested six of them Sunday evening
in a house nearly opposite the police
station on King street, playing that
Messrs Thco. II. Davies & Co.
are now landing from the bark
Oriente, sugar, filter and coal bags,
flooring tiles for garden walks,
earthenware, bricks, cement, rugs,
mats, etc. "r
At the Central Park Skating
Rink this evening there will be
fancy skating by ladies for a prize
consisting of a ladies' dressing case,
valued nt 25. The audience will
award the prize by ballot.
In the Supreme Court this morn
ing in tho matter of Mahoe, Ala
bama claimant, Momona (w.) ap
pealed against the Chief Justice's
decision, rendered this morning.
The appeal will be heard before a
Dn. Airmen Mouritz, Govern
ment resident physician at the leper
settlement, Molokai, returned yes
terday by the Alameda with his
bride. They were married in San
Francisco, at Trinity Church, by
Rev. Dr. Beers.
On Saturday evening Marshal
Roper was taking one of his usual
walks through Maunakea street,
when in entered an alley and the
result was tno Chinamen were found
in a room with opium in possession.
They were at once taken to the
The complimentary band concert
at the Hotel last evening to His Ex.
Geo. W. Merrill, United States
Minister, was a very fine affair.
His Majesty the King, attended by
Col. C. II. Judd, was present, and
the verandahs and grounds were
well-filled with spectators.
In the roll of honor of St. Mat
thews Hall, San Mateo, Cal., for
the Easter term ending May 27th,
we find T. P. Cummins and Kawa
nanakoa stand 99 eacli in deport
ment. In preparatorj' Cummins is
91.9 and Kalunianaole 85. 8, while in
grammar 90.8 is placed against Ka
CAi. and see our new stock of oil
paintings, engravings, cliromos, etc.,
etc. King Bros.' Art Store, Hotel
Street. 5 1 3t
lr you want a nice ehoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu sticet. 980. tf.
We have seen this morning the
finest nssoitnicnt of Gents.' Fine
Straw Hats over landed here, care
fully selected. Also Men's and Boys'
Bathing Athletes, Bathing Drawers
and Bathing Dresses. Just in time,
as the Bathing Season is now full
upon us. These Bathing Goods are
going off rapidly. Wo have also
been shown a few of the famous
Irish Blackthorn Sticks, direct from
Dublin. All these nice goods are
now on view at the storo of M. Mc-
FOURTH OF JULY.
Quite a number of Americans
were present at the Hotel last even
ing, a meeting having been called to
make arrangements for celebrating
the Fourth. Dr. J. S. McGrew was
elected chairman, and Mr. J. E.
"Wiseman, secretary. The following
committee of thirteen was appoint
ed; Consul D. A. McKinley, Messrs.
J. II. Paty, A. J. Cartwiight, W.
AV. Hall, B. F. Dillingham, F. M.
Hatch, J. M. Out, Jr., J. Simmons,
W. II. Aldrich, M. Grossman, F.
Godfrey, H. Gunn nnd "V. Unger.
The committee will meet Wednesday
evening nt the same place to report
progress. About $700 were sub
scribed last night towaids expenses.
OlJADLEY PLEADS GUILTY.
Tbo previous charge of importing
opium into tho Kingdom against
Henry Bradley was changed this
morning to that of having opium in
possession. The defendant pleaded
guilty to this chaige. Mr. Hartwell,
who appeared for him, referred to
the former sentence served, where
he took the chaige upon himself,
and hoped the Court would tako
into consideration the plea of guilty
and give n lenient sentence. His
Honor, m passing sentence, said he
had taken the former sentence into
consideration, but looked upon the
defendant us a man who had served
a sentence for n similar offense upon
a plea of guilty. The law was very
seveic for the importation of opium,
but the Government had thought it
proper to bring the lesser charge of
possession. It was a laigu amount
(99 tins) and evidently a matter of
business with largo profits. It was
an entirely diffeicnt matter to a man
having a small quantity in possession
for smoking purposes. His Honor
thought he would not bo doing his
duty if he did not impose a severe
sentence. He then fined the defend
ant 8250 and sentenced him to im
prisonment at hard labor for sit
months. Costs S3. An appeal was
noted to the Supreme Court. The
defendant is out on a bail bond of
FIRE DEPARTMENT APPARATUS.
Chief Engineer Nott received by
the Alameda, a new contrivance
which is used to light the fires in the
engines without using matches. It
is about eighteen inches long, and
at one end is a cup containing acid.
A crank movement is touched, which
breaks a little phial also containing
acid, the two acids coming together
cause an explosion which sets fire to
the shavings and wood. The Chief
Engineer is rather afraid to use it
for fear any persons should touch
the crank when the engine is in the
house. Of course it would only be
used in case there was a certain fire.
The water heaters for the two steam
engines also arrived by the same
vessel and will soon be placed in
Chun Lack and Tai Lung, charged
with having opium in possession,
were remanded until the 2 1th. Kun
Hoo was reprimanded and discharged
for assault and battery on Wong
Pau. Manuel Pachcko, for vagrancy,
was sent to prison for thirty days.
Six Chinamen charged with gaming
wercremandediuntil the 25th. Walter
East, for assault and battery on
John Burk, was fined $10 and S-1.40
costs. Both men arc sailors on tho
All Ching was sentenced to im
prisonment at hard labor for fifteen
days for assault and battery on Wm.
Sheldon, Custom House officer. The
latter was on guard at the barkentinc
Ella yesterday, and the defendant
came off the vessel with two baskets
of bananas. Sheldon suspected him
of having opium, and told him be
must search him. The defendant
resisted, took his carrying pole and
struck Sheldon twice, and was other
wise violent. Ily. Bradley was
sentenced to six months at hard
labor and fined $250 for having
opium in possession. Appeal noted
to the Supreme Court. Manuel
Frcctos, for assault and battery ou a
native woman, was reprimanded and
discharged. This is the sequel to
the row in Pauoa valley about the
THAT REMARKABLE LILY.
Editor Bulletin: Your report
er's informant regarding those
"Water Lilies was more poetical than
truthful. Mrs. Mucfarlauc did not
get tho bulb from New York, for I
dug it out of my pond and sold it to
her about a year ago ; and I expect
it will astonish many others here,
who have do.ens of open llowcrs of
the same kind every day, to be told
that the abovo mentioned lady is the
only successful one out of tho many
who have tried. It seems to me
that those Beaver Block wags de
light in playing tricks on your young
man, and I am sprpriscd that ho be
lieves a word they tell him regard
ing their wonderful flowers, after
his experience of that "Zulcika"
Rose John Kinwm.i..
Honolulu, June 2tlrd, 1885.
The Hawaiian Bazaar, late Ten Cent
Store, is being generally sold out,
and must bo entirely closed out be
fore July 15. Great reductions in
all goodsj 53 lw
" Ben says you have got to proud
you won't speak lo him lately. Ho
met you right in the teeth the other
day and you didn't deign to notico
hiui." "That must have been tho
day beforo yesterday. I thought it
was Ben, but since I shaved my
whiskers off I can hardly recognize
my best friend." Jioston Trail'
ST03Y OF VICTOR UUCP'S DAUCHTER.
ROMANCE OK HEIt III.KtllTt'.l) I.IKI.-
WEDDED, KORSAKEN AND
Adelc, named for her mother, was
her father's favorite child. Sho was
an exceedingly handsome woman,
tall and stalely, with dark com
plexion, piercing blnck eyes, wavy
hair of jet black, high forehead and
Roman nose. Her story as told b
herself is as follows:
When a mere girl, living with her
parents in Brussels, she became ac
quainted with a young man, one
Pinscii, belonging to a wealthy family
then staying in Brussels, and fell
madly in love with him. He ap
peared to be equally infatuated with
licr. They became formally engaged
and were secretly married, as she
believed. Owing to their youth
and the opposition of Pinscn's
family the affair was kept private,
and he promised to make her his
wife publicly in difo lime. Mean
wnilo lie was gazetted Lieutenant in
the British Army and ordered with
his regiment, the famous Sixteenth,
to Halifax. Just previous to this
lie wrote to her to meet him in Lon
don, where they would be formally
married. Victor Hugo refused to
let bis daughter go, and said that if
Pcnsin wanted to marry her he must
do so at Brussels. But Adelc in
sisted, and finally her parent gave
way. Her mother accompanied
her to London, but before they
reached there Pcnsin had stalled
with his regiment for Halifax.
Mother and daughter returned to
Brussels and shortly afterward Adelc
clandestinely left home, resolved to
follow the man she so madly loved.
Arriving in New York she made her
wa- to Halifax and lived there for
nearly three years. Pinsen proved
recreant, but slic seems to have
followed him day and night and
frequently declared to the family
with whom -she boarded that he
should never marry another wofnan
while she lived. She was eccentric
and never went out uuless deeply
veiled. At night she went out alone
in disguise, wearing a high hat, top
boots and carrying a stick. All her
letters were addicsscd to Madame
Pinsen, and she received monthly
remittances of S100 from her father.
Pinsen repudiated all knowledge
of or connection with Adelc Hugo,
and had not been here long before
he became engaged to a daughter of
J. AV. Johnston, then Premier of
Nova Scotia. This coining to Adele's
ears, she confided her history in
professional confidence to Mr. Mot
ton, and that gentleman sent a letter
to Pinsen. His alleged relations
with Miss Hugo came to the know
ledge of the Johnston family, and
they immediately broke oif all social
intercourse with! him. Miss Hugo's
life and conversation seemed ab
sorbed in Pinsen. She employed a
good deal of her tunc in writing.
Sho was a beautiful writer and one
time offered to Mr. Motton all her
manuscript, saying that if he would
publish it some day it would startle
the world and bring him a fortune.
Her father, who av.is devotedly at
tached to her, used to tell her that
she could write better than he could
eighteen years ago.
Lieutenant Pinsen left Halifax
with his regiment for Baibadocs and
Adelc followed him. After she went
away she wroto letters to some
friends here which arc still pre
served. At the time she was here
one of the sons of Louis Philippe
visited Halifax, and learning of
Miss lingo's presence in the city
visited her. Some years ago she
became insane, and was placed in a
private asylum cither in New York
or Boston. The fate of the man
who betrayed her is unknown. Ha
RARE CASE OF CONSCIENCE.
Says a "Washington despatclt of
May 2(ith :
A good-looking well-built man
came with the crowd of callers at
the Pension Odlce this morning and
entered the room of First Deputy
Commissioner McLean. "When his
turn came for an interview he asked
the deputy lo see the Commissioner.
"The Commissioner is busy, sir.
If you wisli to see about a claim or
to secure an appointment we can
attend to the matter here."
"I want to have my pension
The Deputy Commissioner stared
at tho man, then he looked at his
papers, then at the man again, and
iiually touched his bell button and
sent a messenger for the record.
"Ilavo you considered this step
sulllcicntlv, hirV" ho asked. "You
are, I see, receiving $72 a mouth,
nearly $1,000 a year."
"Yc3, I have considered it. Tho
Government has done enough for
me. I want to givo it up."
"Ilavo you a great abundance of
"No. But I have enough for
"Well, I guess you hud better see
Colonel MoLcan thereupon intro
duced the visitor to the Commis
sioner. After a short Interview a record
of the case was taken in order tlmt
the pension might be cancelled "up
on tho claimant's request."
Tho man's name is Snyder, He
belonged to a New York regiment.
General Black saj9 that this is not
the first case of this kind within his
knowledge. Not long after lie en
tered ollice a Kcntuckiati, one
Stevenson, sent on ids certificates
with a request that his claim might
be cancelled. He surrendered at
the same tunc quite a largo fund of
accumulated pensions which he bad
never drawn. He wrote that he
was convinced he had fully recovered
from his disability.
s. in. aAirnair,
AOENT TO TAKE
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts.
OmcewltliMr. Kishbournc. SOfl 3m
a!!i-1 fnmUlipfl innnit. uitli
lor without hoard in n piivntc
family. Conveniently located.
Apply to A VERY is PA LMKU,
01 lw Real Estate Agents, 00 Fort St.
170UH pleasant rooms suitable for
? olhcex, nccor.il lloor of the lircwur
llloek. on Fori Street, over the stoic of
N. S. Sachs. Apply to
AVKHY & PALM Ell,
,'ent, No. GO Fort Street.
Heal Estate Ag
COTTAGE TO LET.
nice -1 room cottage, within
lifiMCB" V ' """ "l ' ' ""' " ' "
ntlct Knnni ... I .1 nla.lt.
lie at Kupuluma.
per month. Apply to
.VI US. MANIA KINO,
on the iiroiimlM, or to A. ,). t'aitwilght,
tit lik ollice. -to tf
TUID STONI! lately occunled bv
X Samuel Nott, in Campbell's Block,
on Fort Stieel. Apply lo
L. A. TIIUKSTON,
orB. F. Dim.ikoiiam.
Honolulu, April 1. 1S85. !)S0 tf
A FINE lot of Nice Straw suitable
bedding for lunsesis offered for
sale in ii'.mntitics to suit buyers, at a
icannable price. Enquire of
WONG LEONG & CO.,
1007 Urn No. 10 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
ITov Rent or Siilo.
ftyWjATlie premises on Nuuanu Steel,
fT'nliSfiSoi'PO'He the Mausoleum, own
BSSaSHKod and lately occupied by
bamuol Nolt. Apply to
L. A. TIIUKSTON,
US Merchant St.
Honolulu, June )th, 18J5- 983 tf
ron hw.r. nv
H. Hackfeld & Go.
J. A. Mackenzie,
Having opened a shop on
execute all orders for
Plumbing, Gas and Steam
And general work in his line. All
orders promptly attended to, and charges
stricily modciatu. -1(1 iim
Ha, jti'-t received an
ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES
New Zealand Potatoes
Cain. Potatoes (new crop), Onions,
Smoked llcef, No. 1 Mackerel and
White Fish (nt retail), Cod Fish,
Vienna Sausages !
Lard. Lunch Tongue, Cheese, Buck
wheal Flour, Syrup, New Orleans
Molasscp , .Maple'Syrup, Cube Sugar,
J-iaiiltl. S5ng,ai !
Powdered Sugar, Kerosene Oil, Mot.
tied Soup, Alto, IlowenV Choice
Garden Seeds. Oaf. Ilran. Wheal,
Corn, .:e, iVc. CHAS. HUSTACI.'.
1 1 2w
ICE CREAI PARLORS,
No. H.1 Hotel Hti'm-t.
These new Piulorp, containing siMcen
I'lUVA'rn IIoomh, have been elegantly
decorated anil furnUheil, and will ho
kept as a llral-class icsoit. The
Celebrated Elite Ice Cream
Will ho made from piuu cream with
puio delleltiub llavorlngn. Vanilla, I.e.
mon, Orange, l'inu Apple, Strawberry,
Peach, Almond, CollecOhice, Chocolate,
Sherbets and Ices,
In largo vaiiety. Served with CnKo
made on the Premises. Ice Cream
Drinks made to order in any style.
Soda Water, Ginger Ale and Tahiti Le.
niouadc. Robert's choicest candies re.
eclved fresli by every sieamer. Fnnii.
lies, I'arlie, Halls and Weddings sup
plied at thort notico. Ladles can huvo
their home-made Creams fro.eu and
Cakes baked to ordei at raisomiblo
prices. A large assortment of Shells,
Coraln, Volcanic, Kpceiineiits, Tapas and
general Island Curios always ou hand
at leaHQimblu puces.
II. .1. IIAKT,
Proprietor of the Klllo Ico Cream Par.
lora. Ring up Telephone No, lfc'2.
HOUSE TO LET
AND Furniture for Fnlc,
No I'niiii Street.
at No. CI
I Mi (IpIiIb thin Samuel Nott, which
1. nrc not paid on or before July Hi
iic.t. will bo enforced by still. Hills arc
pijablo with b. A. Thurolnn, !?8 tcr.
Alttirnvy for S. Nott.
HAVING obtained the services of n
first-class Piano Tuner, we v, if li
to inform the public that mc me able to
Tune and Nepalr Piano at fhort notice.
All orders left with us will he promptly
attended to, und all work warranted.
1033 ly WEST, DOW & CO.
Mr. H. H. Babcock,
"VyiTIl West, Dow & Co., wishes to
V Inform the ladies and gentlemen
of Honolulu, that he will tako a few
pupils on tho Guitar. Anyone wishing
to learn will please apply at the Btore.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
CHAPLAIN STREET. I.es-
sons Given in Marine. Landscape.
Mock Kensington, Photograph .And
Crayon Painting in Oil and Water
Colors. Ploweis in Wax, "Wool, Plush,
Felt, Silk, Leather, Hair, Crystal, Fca.
thcr and Flshfcnlo. All kinds of Em
broidery nnd Designing taught with
Skeleton Bead, Lace, Comb, Glass, Shell
ami million worif. J" or terms, etc. np.
A. M. BUKKB.
Tumplu of Fashion.
The Pine American Italic
A. W. NEWELL Master
Due at tills port on tho
loth July Next,
Will have immediate despatch for Hong
For ficluht or passage apply lo
48 w ' O. UUEVrEK&Co., Queen St.
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter and Boat Builder,
HAVING just completed two 27 feet
Surf lioats ou the model of the
Ilinau's boat, so highly approved by
Capt. King and otheis, I am now pre.
pared to lilt other oiders. These boats
have their timbers in one piece running
auross the keel from gunwale to gun.
wale, bent by bteam ; thwart kncc.i also
bent 2 and aj-J inches square. Tlicy are
consequently lighter and more flexible,
ami, the timbers being closer together,
stronger and les3 liable to be severely
bulged that those built after the u&ual
process Villi the timbers in pieces and
fnr apart. Thee boat" will bo told at
a price to compete with otheis of cither
local or foreign build. Our building
facilities enable in to build lo any
model or sie, decked or otherwise, anil
lo supply duplicatu parts of the same nt
a few hours' notice. There nrc several
of these lioats now open to inspection
which will be sold finished or otherwise.
ALSO On hand and for sale, Oak
Stcnw, Knees nnd Timbers, all shapes
and sizes. Also Several hundred feet
of lluishul Oak Slitch-in-timc dialing
Ilaitcns sold per foot in quantities to
suit; and the only truck in town fit to
carry a lloat without cracking nnd
straining her can be bought or hired at
tlie Enterprise Mill Apply at the En.
terprise Mill, Queen St.
J. A. DOWER,
Mutual Telephone No. 25. a8 lm
which ciouf, into
Most of the Houses
EASY RATES !
MONTHLY HKTTMniKXTN .
" The S. F. MerGham7,
Tho Only Paper in California
that Advocates Hawaiian
A Splendid Advertising Medium
For Hawaiian Business Men deslroim of
forming tradu connections
ou the Coast,
All Hawaiian papcri kept on tlic and
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