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TO fflwUjj gailWiiu
TUESDAY, DEO. 22, 1885.
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SlmrWG llnllfiom lluwnll and Maui
Slmr Kliiiiu fot Windward PorU
Slmr Planter for ICnmil
Sliur 0 It llloluip for Wuhiiinp, W.ilnhin.
ICIIauen and Itunalcl
SliurMokolIt for Mulnkiil
Srlir Klml.al for Wnliiltiii
Krliv Oateiinn for Walinanalo
Helir Kulnninnu for ICoholalclo
Sehr Leahl for llnnnlol
S S Mararoa for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slmr Wiiiuiniialo for Walinanalo
Sehr MoKuolu forUwu
VESSELS IN PORT.
llKluu Mary Wlnkelman, BaektH
llktuu KUkllat, Culler
Bgtuo J D Sprcckcl, Fills
Tern Evil, Wlekinau
Ilk Vlctorln Cro, HobcrKon
Ilk T K Fooler. Bugg
Ilk Elsinore, .lenks
Ilk Llzziu Ircdale, Ircdale
Ilk 0 It Bishop, Walter
Ilk Calbarlen, llnbbaid
Bktno Eureka, Lee
For ICalitiltti, per .steamer Llkellke,
December 21 Hon S Q Wilder, Miss 31
0 King, Miss Ida Campbell, Mrs P N
Makcc, J K Wilder, Clias Whites, -T
Winter'!, 11 R Sniythe, Mr Kiibentleln,
and about 7fi deck.
From Sydney, per S S Mararoa, De
cember 21 Saloon: Mr. Owen; Steer
age: Mr and Mrs Hcnelker, Mr Smltli,
Mr llroderson, Mr llarnlleld, and 25 in
transit for San Francisco.
For San Francisco, per S S Mararoa,
December 21 Cabin: W M Lee, II F
Strasborgor, Mrs Brown and daughter,
D L Beck, W P Thomas, L K Clift, Mis
McLauhrey and son, Wm Dunbar, A II
Drjsdnle; Steerage: Jas Prior, A Small
nndfamilv, W J Bennett, E C Winston,
B E Smith, J Ruhl, D Swain, W Wall,
From Hawaii and Maui, per steamer
WGIIall, December 22 E F Honkc,
W C Parke, G lions, M G Hose, J X
Kapahu and wife, G Clark, wife and
child, T Brown, M M Hao and 83 deck.
The S S Mararoa sailed ut 10 o'clock
last night for S.m Francisco. She took
from this port 2,250 bags of sugar,
valued at l2,-17o.77, and JOG bunches
bananas, valued at 100.
Stmr W G Hall brought 37SI bags of
sugar, 411 sks of awa, 100 bags of
coffee, 11 sks of ramie, 22 hide?, 2
horses and 21 hogs.
The Calbarien is in the stream.
The J D Sprockets has nioicd to the
OSS wharf to load.
The bark Ilcspcr that niiivcd yester
day C4 days from Xewcastle, N S W,
with coal, is in the stream.
LOCAL & GENERAL
Y. M. C. A. singing
the Casino can
and triplets from
be seen in Oat's
Guo. Voght's barber and bath
room fixings brought $218 under
E. P. Adams & Co.'s hammer to
day. Aiiraxgdmt.nts arc being made
for runnins and trotting races at
Kapiolani Park on the
Tin: steamer W. G. Hall had very
rough weather going up, but splen
did returning. She brought a Chi
nese prisoner from Honuapo.
At the resumed sale of holiday
goods, of Macfarlancs' stock, by
Lewis J. Levey to-night, a special
line of dolls and toys will be offered.
Two dead dogs have cumbered
Beretania street, near Punchbowl,
for the past day or two. The car
cases are becoming a pestiferous
Mn. Tavernier has been prostra
ted with various ailments at Ililo,
yet promises to send a batch of pic
tures up for King Bros.' New Year's
E. P. Adams & Co.'s Christmas
sale last night continued till midnight,
with a great throng in attendance.
It was the most successful sale of
that firm for the season.
"Wiseman's blackboard transfer! cd
into the Buixmik gives a large
choice of domiciles to the public, as
well as several grand chances for
investment in city property.
Mii.K-Tinnvr.uY has broken out at
Knpalama, Rev. C. E. Groser and
the writer of this item having had
to take their coffee and tea straight
yesterday in consequence of the
i i i r - --
Madami: Paulino IUta and Mr.
John Radcliff, musicians of high ic
pute, arc coining hero by next mail
'steamer from Australia, and will
give entertainments in the Hawaiian
Bv advertisement it will be seen
that the celebrated dramatist, Miss
Genevieve Ward, with talented sup
port, will give Shakespearian enter
tainment at tho Opera Jlouso on
Saturday evening noxt.
Missus, llhoarts & McKenzio,
carpenters, aro building a lighthouse
for Hilo, Hawaii. The building will
'IIKw . mwwmi MM iWW w
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Hot bo erected here, but llio pieces
will bo flttcd and shipped to llllo
find put up on llio ground.
Company B of tho King's Own
will h.ivc battery practice this even
ing, pi eparalory to Feb. 12lh. Cos.
A and B of the same organization
will attend leligious services of the
English elmi eh on Christmas morn
ing. Cai.ikoiixiax light wines arc paid to
bo coining into more extensive use
than Connelly, and diiving "sand
gin" and "whiskey straight" olf
the field. If people will drink, they
ought to lake what is least bad for
Cavt. Holland, who left here
about seven months ago as master
of the brig Allie Itowc, is said to
have left the vessel at Hongkong
and is now in .San Francisco. Tho
Allie lloivo is due here about Janu
Ar-run standing the fury of the
wind for several days during the
late blow, a fence eight feet high
belonging to E. U. Ryan had to
succumb to the blast on Sunday, the
last day of the gales, being levelled
with the "round.
Tun Royal Hawaiian Band gave
its moonlight concert last night at
the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, instead
of Emma Square, in honor of the
arrival of the royal mail steamer.
Those present enjoyed themselves
in right royal fashion.
Mn. E. R. Ryan is building two
flat bottom duck-shooting punts for
Mr. A. J. Cartwright, Jr. One of
the boats will be taken to Koolau
and the other weighing 32 pounds
will remain hero to bo packed for
transport to wherever the owner
desires to shoot.
Captaik Eddie, of the Mararoa,
said last evening that he expected to
leach the wharf of San Francisco
by 12 o'clock on Monday, December
28th, in six days and twelve hours
from Honolulu. In that case, his
arrival will be reported by the City
of Sydney, which is to leave San
Francisco on Tuesday, Dec. 20, and
will bo due here on the 5th of
Tim second mate of the steamer
Likelike bought the wrecked sloop
Sarah for $35, and on last Sunday
night with a force of men he suc
ceeded in getting her off the reef.
She is now high and dry near the
Marine Railway, where she will
undergo repairs. Three or four
planks arc gone from one side, but
otherwise she is not damaged to any
great extent. The owner speaks of
fitting her up for the coasting trade
Mr. Frank L. Winter and Miss
Kate Mossman were united in the
bonds of matrimony last evening, in
Fort Street Church. Handsome
bouquets decorated the pulpit and
the rail in front was heavily covered
with passion flower vines. Mr.
Myron Jones presided at the organ,
and Mr. W. F. Kinney and Mr.
Edd' Jones acted ushers. Tho
golden knot was tied by Pastor
Cruzan. The happy pair enter
upon their new life with the best
wishes of a large circle of friends.
Tun following is the order of ser
vices at the Roman Catholic Cathe
dral for Christmas: Thursday,
December 21th, being the eve of
Christinas, is a day of fast and ab
stinence. Friday, December 25th,
is Christmas, a holy day of obliga
tion. Low masses will begin at 4:30
a.m. and continue till 9 a.m. , Holy
communion at all the masses, ex
cept at tho first and the second.
Pontifical high mass at 10 a.m., fol
lowed bj' baptisms. Confirmation,
rosary, benediction at 3 r.M.
Officihi Fehlbehr, of the Hono
lulu police, will have been a total
abstainer from intoxicating liquor
for five years on Christmas Day.
When a whaling captain ho was fond
of his grog, but the time ago mention
ed he stopped short, never to diink
again, and has steadfastly adhered
to his laudable purpose. lie is one
of the most faithful preservers of
the peace on tho force, always obey
ing orders without fear or favor, no
matter how trying to temper the
duty for which he is detailed, as,
for instance, guarding the gangways
of passenger steamers. It would bo
well if his example, both in absti
nence and fidelity, were universally
followed by all his comrades.
A I'Asria. bust picturo of Mrs.
Captain Ilayley, by tho Michigan
Portrait Company, taken from a
photograph by Tabor & Co., of San
Francisco, is on view at J. Williams.
Tho picturo gives a sido view and
although tho profllo is very good,
yet as a whole it does not do justice
to the subject. The frame is too
large for tho portrait, whilo the
shoulders appear too narrow, giving
the picture too much head. At tho
time the likeness was taken Mrs.
Hayloy had on a black dress cut
low in front, and wore a gold chain
around her neck. Her head is
slightly inclined fotward ami her
eyelids aro closed, giving a sombie
expression to the picture.
N. S. Sachs' store will bo open
cvciy evening UiU week. 20(1
FniMii Mince Pics daily fiom and
after dale at Mcllor & Halbo's Con
Look at Horn's windows and see
if they are not inoic tasty than the
fittings of the Mararoa. 207
Just received, a huge and well
selected stock of velvet frames at
King llros.' Ai t Store. 200 3t
Email Cream (Jakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Mcllcr
& llalbc's Confectionery. 177
At the request of many patrons,
A. L. Smith will keep his store open
this Monday evening, Dec. 21st, and
also Thursday evening, Dec. 2lth,
until !) i m. 20(1 It
UHNKV DAVIS & COMPANY.,
52 Fort Street. "
Stavm: asi) Fancy Gnocr.mns.
Just received ex "St. Paul,"
A choice line of goods for the Xmas
trade, of which the following form only
Xcw York Cream Cheese,
California Cream Cheese,
Young America Cheese;
Sauerkraut in 5 gal. kegs,
Mackciel In 5 g.U. kegs,
Salmon Bellies In 5 gal. keg",
Mess l'oik and Beef, 25 lb. kegs and 5
Mackerel in tomato .sauce,
Jacob Dols Buffalo Hain,
Dupeo Bicakfast Bacon,
Fahbanks' Lard IPs, os and 10's,
Hacking's Soups In vaiiety,
Barataria Shi Imps
Curried Fowl Potted Meats etc.,
Cutting's Jams and Jellies, Cutting's
Tabic and Pie Fruit, thl3 season Can
nuitig. English "Malaga" Table Ualstns,
California Sultana Table Raisins,
Seedless Raisins for Cakes and Pud
clings, Frch Almonds, Walnuts, Filberts
Hazel and Brazil Xuts,
Cereals, 1 Specially
Oat Meal, j put up for
Y. C. Meal, this climate
Cracked Wheat, J-inlOlbs.tins,
Graham Flour, free fiom
Hominy, largo and small, worms and
Sago, Tapioca, Poail Barley, &c, &c.
Brown's Celebrated Cider Vinegar,
Maple Syrup, y, gal. tins,
Palace Diips, gal. tins,
Superior Teas j, ) and 1 lb. packages.
Fnnsii Cam: Cod Cnxiii:nnii:s.
For llrst choice please order caily.
ARRIVAL OF THE MARAROA.
Last evening, shortly before five
o'clock, the steamship Mararoa, of
the Union Steamship Co.'s line, came
alongside the Oceanic S. S. Co.'s
wharf. Being the first vessel from
the Colonies for San Francisco un
der the new mail contract, instituted
by New Zealand, and aided by New
South "Wales and the United Slates,
besides being fresh from the build
ers' hands, this arrival excited un
usual interest among our population.
There was a large crowd on the
wharf to welcome the craft, even at
the short notice of her passing the
light. The first sight of the Mara
roa as she moved up to her berth
elicited general admiration. Her
fine lines, gracefully raking spars
and remarkably neat rigging wore
obvious nt long range. Closer in
spection revealed a steamship finished
differently to any that had ever
entered the port before. She is a
vessel built for hard service in
heavy seas; therefore ginger-bread
gaudincss is conspicuously absent.
There is no whitewashed beauty
about the upper houses, excepting
the gossamer-like cordage lattice
railing of tho promenade on the
upper deck. All the superstruc
tures are solid and substantial look
ing, yet elegance and richness are
combined with strength in the high
class of material and workmanship
employed. Moreover, everything
being neat, clean and shipshape, the
Mararoa made even a delightful im
pression upon everybody that in
spected her last evening. Her
modern appliances for purposes of
navigating, the comfort of passen
gers, and the handling of freight,
were objects of universal admira
tion. From tho moment permission
was given the public to go on board,
a few minutes after tho steamship
was docked, until her departure at
ten o'clock, sho wns thronged with
visitors. Hundreds went over her
from stem to stern beforo going
home from business and labor, and
probably very few who camo out
doors during the evening failed to
seo tho great object of curiosity.
The general verdict was that tho
Mararoa is the noblest specimen of
marine architecture that has ever
entered our port. Her accommoda
tions for first-class passengers aro
truly regal. Tho drawing room,
besides luxurious upholstery and
airy spaciousness, has n gorgeous
stained glass dome, finely wrought
corner and wall brackets, plato glass
mirror filling the spneo between the
two doors in tho after corners, with
a row of vases containing growing
plants ranged along tho foot of the
mirror, while tho paneling is adorned
with pictures and allegorical carv
ings by notable artists. Accommo
dations for second-class passengers
nro of a comfortable description, tho
aparlua-uls attractively finished mid
furnished, and spaces ample. The
smoking-room U exceedingly coj
niul elegant in its appointments, tho
floor being mosaic-woik in Minton
tiles. There arc several finely-appointed
bathrooms, and tho lava
tories, etc., are. equipped with the
latest improvements. Electricity
lights the ship throughout.
The following are the principal
dimensions of the Mararoa, with
cognalo paiticulars of the build:
Length, 320 feet; breadth, 12 feet;
depth, 2(5 feet ; gross tonnage, 2, GOO.
She is built of steel, three decked,
with a promenade deck above the
third one, extending thrce-fouiths
tho length of the ship and sheltered
by a roof deck. Besides the ordi
nary first and second-class passenger
accommodations, there aro several
Pullman cabins on deck, capable of
being transformed by day into
pleasant privato sitting rooms'. With
full poop, midship houses and
topgallant forecastle, straight stem
and elliptical stern, the ship has
a double bottom on the cellular sys
tem, and the hull is divided into
watertight compartments. Brigan
tine rigged, she has iron masts and
wire rigging wherever that is ad
missible. The engines, by Denny
& Co., of Dumbarton, arc direct
acting and surface-condensing, on
the triple expansion principle ; three
cylinders, low pressure. Steam is
raised by -two double-ended .steel
boilers, having twelve of Foxc's cor
rugated furnaces. She was built by
Denny & Brothers, Dumbarton. I lor
carrying capacity is about 2,200
Following are the olllccrs: Cap
tain, James Eddie, who took the
vessel out from the Clyde; Chief
Officer, II. J. Richardson ; Second,
A. Cameron ; Third, II. McLean;
Fourth,E. Shott; Purser, Mr. C.
II. Humphries (late of the AYai
hora); Chief Engineer, C. McAl
lister; Second, E. Council; Third,
John C. Seed; Fourth, Robert
Stewart; Fifth, John Anderson;
Sixth, James Ferguson ; Chief Stew
ard, N. McNichol.
The Mararoa left for San Fran
cisco at ten o'cloek, having during
her five hours' stay in port dis
charged considerable cargo and
taken j on 2,250 bags of sugar, 40G
bunches of bananas and various
packages of sundries. Twenty-four
passengers went from here, and a
mail was despatched containing 2,
15 1 letters weighing G7 pounds and
915 packages of papers weighing 187
The Mararoa left Sydney at 5 r.
jr., Dec. 4th, arriving at Auckland
Dec. 8th, at 8 r. m., the fastest pas
sage on record, it is said. Leaving
Auckland at 4 :20 a. m. on the 9th,
she called at Samoa for a mail,
reaching Honolulu within two hours
of the fastest time on record from
Auckland hcre,according to Thrum's
Almanac, which gives the Zcalandia
that honor. Very heavy weather
and high seas were encountered by
the Mararoa, but she behaved re
markably well through all.
THE 0GEAN RAGE.
The Mararoa brings the first ad
vices wo have of the race between
the two rival steamships Zcalandia
and Alameda from this port to
Auckland. It will be remembered
that the Zcalandia left her wharf
here about 1 o'clock a. m. of Tues
day, Dec. 1st, and was followed by
the Alameda at 9 a. m. of the same
day, or eight hours after her rival.
The officers of the Mararoa state
that the Alameda stopped and
landed her mails at Tutuila, Samoa,
four hours ahead of the Zcalandia.
According to the Hawaiian Guide
Book, page 124, tho distance from
Honolulu to Tutuila is 2,290 miles,
and from Tutuila to Auckland 1,577
miles. Both vessels had been there
and left before the Mararoa touched
at Tutuila. The Alameda had there
fore worked off the eight hours'
start of tho Zcalandia, and was four
hours ahead of her at Tutuila,
having gained twelve hours in tho
first 2,290 miles of tho voyage. At
the same rate of speed for the re
maining 1,577 miles to Auckland,
the Alameda would add about eight
hours' gain, entering Auckland
harbor about twelve hours ahead of
the Zcalandia, and having distanced
her rival on tho voyago between tho
two ports by twenty hours, more
Tuksday, Dec. 22nd,
Kckimana, G. Milder and
Gibson, $G each for drunkenness.
Kanalu, $ 10 for assault and battery
on Kon Fai. Kcanini, $0 for assault
and Jmltory on lvahicua. Ah Hue
reprimanded for assault and bat
tery on Keanu (w.). Ah Wn Sing,
fined $5 and $3 costs, for diiving
an express without license. Keanu
(w.), $5 for disturbing the quiet of
tho night. Geo. AV. Fowler, main
taining a nuisance, contrary to
chapter 59, section 10 of Penal
Code, $25 fino and $3 costs.
The steamer Maiiposa is receiving
the samo additions and alterations
that were made to the steamer
Alameda, preparatory to leaving for
Australia, . 1 Oall,
T'l " 'nmrffllil
A G r.JIM AX woman i
J.&. Slio is a good hand
"lies a place,
hi cooklnsr or
us a loom vervain.
Bri.u-.Tix On ici:.
U'l'ly l F. ,
iss A. M, Burke,
No. 4 Adams Lane.
Has jusl leeelvcd, per Blonmer SI. Paul,
n splendid !iniliiiunl or Chilslmas
Good", among which, Is a very choice
selection of new and elegant stales of
Also, Glass and Figured Toilet Sets,
Doll Carriages, Velvet Cabinet I'lcluro
Flames, Cliilstiiius Caudle?.
Dolls, Clilhlieii's Paint Boxes,
Musical Tops, Glass lnkslaudti, Auto.
graph Albums, Woik Boxes,
Pupcterlc, Shaving Mugs,
Gift Ciqi3 and Saucers, Whisk Broom
lloldeif, SIKcr-l'lattd Waie, etc.,
All of which Must he Seen to be
Wolfe & Co.
IIao uceived by the St. Paul
and other lato anivals,
Royal Breakfast Bacon,
Dupci: Hums, Boat Gooe, Boast Duck,
Oxford Sausiifie, Ham Sausage,
Mince Meat, Mcltmuist, Muliroom,
Finnan Haddock, Oystcis, Clams, Caria,
Ficnuh and American Green Peas,
Jam-, and .lollies, Table Salt in jais,
Table and Pio Fruit, Citron Peal,
Sultana Haisins, Fmnch Capcies,
Currants, Salad Oil,
Giound & Whole Cinnamon,
Giound & Whole Alspice,
Giound & Whole Clover,
Ground & Whole Ginger,
Jordan Pitted Almouds, Chosolulc,
Epp's Cocoa, Table liaising, Almonds,
Pecan Ntits, Walnuts,
Ila.ol & Biail Nuts,
Lai-go assortment of Fine
For sale at the owest pileei by
202 2w WOLFK & CO.
Just rcceive.1, nu evtia line lot cf Ma.
niln Cigai-,, in Boxes of 230 and 500.
For sale in Bond or ,'duly paid, iti quan
tities to suit by
M. S. Grinbaum & Co.
Crystal Soda Worts,
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Flotilla Lemonade, Auialed Waters of
all kinds, FruitSyiupsand LVenccs.
In Use Patent Stuers
in all our Bottles.
Wo invite pai ticulnr attention to our
Patent Filter, iccenlly Introduced, by
uh icli all watei.s used in our manufac
lines is absolutely fictd fiom nil im
purities. We deliver our Goods free of charge
to all purls of llio eity. Wo guamnlcc
our Goods to be the bchl In the inaiket.
Careful attention paid to lhland Ordeis.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O, Box !i!)7,3llonolnhi.
Itt'iriVIcplHmu : : !8
31 ut mil Teh'iiiiouu
E5?" Orders lelt with Ucnson.JSmith .
Co., Xo. 11 Fort Street, will lecelve
Wo, also, am AgenU for the tale
of J. W HiHgley's
IBS of his own manufacture. Cm
o. xi. ;m:xii.xiex,
GKNKKAIi BUSINBPS AGENT.
JS.tiei'oluinr Stri'ut, Honolulu.
In conjunction 1th 31 r. .1. A.Magoou,
will aU'jud to all mailer of business foi
llio u'hldcuts of Hie Hawaiian Islamlb
who may need an Agent.
1 do not conllno myhclf ulono to the
Business HnubC3, hut aho to the domes,
tie dais who would wish me to attend
to any mailer of lmsiiiiMj, especially to
making piuchnscs either In Honolulu
or San Frunch-LO, in any line of General
To iho Biulnets House; I will ghe
my careful attention In all matins per
taiulng to (Jen oul lluuini'ss, viz: Ail.
justing and Collecting Accounts, Diatrl
button of llillb and Ciicuhus, Custom
House Entiles, Buying ami Iteming
Heal Estate anil Personal Piopcrly.
C3?" All Legal Documents will bo
caiufully and neatly drawn up by Mr.
J. A. .Miigoou,
1 will attend to nil mullein entrusted
to my caru in a raieful, coin Icons ami
neat maimer, and with quid; dUpatcji.
Agent far Kllukuer Co. Bed Itubhar
Telephone -j J!. 0.llci;u;i. ' a I
9 FINE Building Loir on
O Rticet. biluccu Judd niul
Streets, each having a frontage on
street of about 107 feci, and 1U5 feet
depth. Will lo sold separately, or In
one lot Terms reasonable. Apply to
ALUEBT O. SMITH.
Attorney at Law.
No. 0 Kaahtimanu Street. 202 2w
H. MAY & Co,
Have just received, ev SI. Paul,
1-1 Box Choice Raisins, i
Silver Skin Onions,
12 Crates Choico Potatoes,
Bags Oregon Potatoes,
Bags Tonmlo Potatoes.
A Few Pairs of the above
Fit in otis Breed ol" Fowls
Just received from San Francisco.
Will be sold at
Loav X?vicc !
31. W. aXuClittsuoy & Son.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE &
Shot l Line IjDlwccn.San Francisco,
Denver, Council Blufl's and
Agent for the Hawaiian Island?.
Ml mid Sec for Yourself!.
Now Beady and for Sale at
IT. iroirii Pioneer
STEAI CANDY FACTORY
'.i,000 Pounds of Plain nnd'F.incy,
Strictly Pure, "
Of tho most varied assortment, and
guaranteed all made personally by
Practical Confectioner A; Pastry Cook.
iJeiiutify yunr JIoiucm lor
MAS k NEW YEAR'S !
Fine Wall Papers,
Dccoviit ions & ISoi-tlera, etc.
Just lcccivcd from Xew York
and Boston by
UEAVJEK.S &, COOKE.
O Luso Hawaiiano.
ALL peiFons who wnnl to commiinl.
cnto with the Poitugueso, cither
for business, or for procuring workmen ,
servants or any other helps, will find it
the most profitable way to advcttisuln
tho .tiso Haxvmiano, the new organ of
the Portugueso colony, which is pub.
llshcd on Merchant street, Gatcttc Build,
ing, (Post.Olllco Letter Box K,Y nnd
only charges icasonablo rates for udver
The Only Paper in California
that Advocates Hawaiian
A Splendid Advertising Medium
For Hawaiian BiiRinesB Men desirous of
forming trmlu connections
on the Coast,
All Hawaiian papers kept on llio nnd
full Information given concerning
Entrusted to llio Proprietor will tie
promptly and carefully executed,
and no commission ciiaiiuuh.
THUMB Tlneo Dollars
fl.iO for months.
Charles H. Kiieklaiul,
Kditor and Proprietor.
OFKIOi:-:iaa Fiont Hlrrct. Poit-Ofllce
,Uo,, aoo, San FriiueUco, California;
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