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BISHOP & Co., IJAjyKKKb
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Btvulc ul Ciiliro 111 In, M. X
And their agcnU in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, IIONO KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Sou, Londoi
Tlio Commurclal JJunk Co., of Sydney
The Ooinmerolul Bank Co., of Sydney
The Bank of Now Zcalnnd: Auckland
Chrlstchurch. nuit Wellington.
The Bank of Hrltlsli Columbia,
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business
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Published about the End and Middle
of each Month.
Contains 40 Columns of Interesting
News Eclating to the Var
There Is no better publication for
sending to friends abroad, nor Is there
any better medium for advertising any
especial Htm of business that may ihpcnd,
in part, for Its support, upon foreign pa
tronage. These Summaries go to nil
parts of thu English-speaking world,
and the demand for them is constantly
Subscription, Including Postngo lo Foreign
Countries, $2.50 per Year.
On and after this day,
Mr, Sam McKeague
Will have chargo of thu delivery of the
Bulletin Omen, May '2, 18S7.
PlsdgtJ to neither Beet lor Party.
Bat established 'or tlo benefit of nil.
FRIDAY. MAY 20. 1887.
A RAILWAY THAT WAS NEVER BUILT.
Perhaps some of our readers re
member the intense excitement that
was aroused some four or live years
ngo in a circumscribed circle, about
constructing a line of railway around
the island of Oahu. Some distin
guished personage we believe the
present Prime Minister accompa
nied by other renowned gentlemen,
as light-headed tis their leader, but
not so deeply versed in the Tally
ranniu use of language ns lie, made
a grand triumphant tour of the
island. They established their first
camp at "Waimanalo, called the in
habitants together, and deluged
them with Hoods of the most fluent
oratory and streams of eloquence
that would have forced the eloquent
Demosthenes back to his care, to
begin afresh the study of his favor
ite art. Honest and generous-hearted
John Ctimmings was conquered
by the first discharge, and forthwith
welcomed the strangers, fed thorn
on the llesli pots of his kitchen and
the fat of his ranch, gave them his
best grog to drink, and put them to
sloep in his own feather bed, while
he contented himself with a mat on
the hard floor. John was entertain
ing well, not angels unawares.
The next day they resumed their
journey, rejoicing that their stom
achs were filled with good grub,
blessing the lucky star which had
given them the power to pull
the wool over the eyes of the
"free and independent electors,"
and taking no thought for the fam
ine which they had created and left
Their tents were next pitched on
tho "classic plains" of Kaneohc.
Here the people assembled from the
highways, and canellelds, and sugar
mills, and rico and taro patches,
and gulches, and the sea shore, and
constituted, all told, a great multi
tude. Volumes of bunkum and
cart-loads of bosh were again rolled
off, until the people shouted with
frenzy, and said, "Ilehold our Sav
iours! These men aro verily
little gods, and talk wisdom by the
mile and spout knowledge by the
bucketful!" Aud the brown and
tho white, in ouo united imibs, fell
down and worshipped at the feet of
the strangers, made fools of them
selves in a body and wcro duped in
Leaving Kaneohc, the ministers,
statesmen, and politicians proceeded
on their journey, until they reached
Laio, whore they again discharged
their artillery and took the Mormon
Settlement by storm. And so they
continued on, conquering everybody
1MilCiilriin MHii IUI- "Jl.fJV?
and everything as thoy went, with
out having to rotreat once. Their
benign features, their fascinating
ways, nnd their oily words wcro
more than tho people in those be
nighted regions could withstand.
After making a complete circuit of
the island, thoy found themselves
again in Honolulu, nnd it is pre
sumed that, like their great prede
cessor, Alexander, thoy sat down
aud wept, because there were no
more simpletons to batnboo.ie and
no more poi and tlsh to devour.
The concluding sentences of the
foregoing narration are not known
to bo certainly true, for there is no
record thereof, but there is good
reason for believing every word to
bo strictly accurate. Tho very fact
that old Alexander was such a fool,
is sufllcicnt ground for supposing
that men of similarly powerful
minds and of parallel achievements
would end in a like manner. As for
the rest, it and much more, was all
written down at thu lime by one of
thu party, and published in the
I'uciic Commercial Advert icsr,
which was then the property of the
leader of the expedition. Accord
ing to that record, the great idea
which carried everything before it,
was the proposition to build a line
of railway right around the island.
This was sprung on the people at an
early stage of the journey. It was
new and taking. It was u powerful
idea, and at its enunciation, hats
went up in the air liko an eruption
of rubble from Maw tin. Lou, and
shouts rended the atmosphere like a
discharge of musketry by the Grand
Army of Hawaii. Finding its first
declaration to be so successful, it
was used as the one great gun at all
subsequent camps, with telling
effect. The people were simple
enough to believe that the whole
scheme was arranged, and that in
three weeks theywould burollinginto
Honolulu and back behind a loco
motive, at the rate of CO miles an
hour. The Advertiser naturally
took up the idea, and boomed it
with all the gravity of a quakcr,
until a few people in Honolulu be
gan to think there was really some
thing in it, and would get their
backs up if it were referred to in a
sceptical tone of voice.
Years have tolled by, and so has
the great idea, too. Tho railroad
was never built, was never com
menced. Probably many people
have forgotten that it was over talk
ed of. On tho other side of the
mountain range the population of
to-day is largely made up of people
who were not there then. A few
old btagets, however, still remain,
and if you talk to them about a cer
tain triumphal procession and a pro
mised railway, they will evince an
inclination to change the conversa
tion ; aud if you arc stubborn aud
come back to the subject, they will
be liable lo ejaculate profane lan
guage, point to the door, and for
cibly introduce their shoe-leather to
your flesh parts.
It has apparently never been
quite clear to some thinking minds
whether the line-of-rnilroad-around
thc-isIand-of-Oahu idea was born of
Policy or lynorance. A few gen
tlemen have held that its features
bear a striking resemblance to the
former, and others aver most posi
tively that there is no mistaking its
intitnatu relationship to the latter.
We, however, after mature reflec
tion, arc disposed to believe that
Polic' was its father and Ignorance
its mother. So in this case it was
the progeny of the two combined.
Certain it is that Ignorance pur
formed tho part of a faithful nurse.
Let any intelligent man glance for
llvo seconds at the idea, and say if
it has not an unintelligent look.
We have heard of a railway to the
moon, but never thought it a very
easy or profitable enterprise, and
thereforo never applied for stock in
tho company. A railroad lino around
this island, with its sparse popula
tion nnd the productive lands mostly
held by a few antiquated fobsils,
within the next fifty years at least,
may be put down as about equally
sano and promising. "Why not de
spatch the Kaimiloa, on her return,
lo get hold of the equinoctial lino
and run that around the island, and
if it is long enough, take in all the
islands of tho group V
Tho prime requisites of a profit
able railroad are, population and
products. Whcro these are want
ing, and the conditions for their
production unfavorable, it is worse
than nonsense to talk of construct
ing a railway. Tho exception is
where fertile lands exist, available but
unoccupied, because inaccessible, and
it is cheaper to build and operate a
railroad than to construct a .scrvicc-
niiwmnH' " , 4
able wagon road
This cannot op
ply to Oahu, a9 a whole. Tho en
tire population of thu island would
profitably support about five miles
of railway, and a very little more.
In fact, this wondeiful notion of
thu Premier's contained about as
much practical sense as might be
expected from a five-year old boy,
who conceives the idea of whittling
out a ?hip with his pocket knife to
cross thu stormy sea. Unfortunate
ly for tho country, most of his
schemes have been of the same im
practicable, unprofitable nature.
They have been duly and enthusias
tically acknowledged by n few peo
ple who have no ideas of their own
and aru incapable of generating
any, as a proof that the plausible
orator entertains original views on
common-place subjects, and de
clines to bo led by the nose into a
humble confession that two and two
make four. Five years' experience
of that gentleman has clearly de
monstrated to everyone with eyes,
that hu is a most unpractical man.
The country, during that period,
has had a large revenue, but what is
there now to show for it? The
money is gone, a heavy tlebt ha9
been incurred besides, and the
country has received no equivalent
benefit in return, nor anything like
it. Wild, nonsensical, balloouic
schemes have swallowed up a con
siderable portion thereof. Surely
live years' government by an imagi
native theorist, ought lo be enough
to convince the entire community of
the importance of placing an ener
getic, practical man nt the head of
"It is nn ill wind that blows no
body good," and yet it can not be
denied that it would taku a pretty
strong, healthy breeze to blow some
people any better than they arc.
It'is said that thu young woman
who splashes herself while working
at the washtub is fated to have a
drunken husband. Very few young
women now-a-days put themselves
in danger, then. flJoston Post.
AFUKNISHKI) HOOM IX A Mil.
vnty fiimily by a eentleinaa. Ke-
UTences if df.-iio I
ddrcs "A. 0." tins
rpiIK Hcjmhr Quarterly meeting of
X. tho Union Feed Co. (Limited),
will lie hi 1 1 at the olllcc of 0. Y. Mac
fiiilant! A: Co., on
Saturday, Hay 21st, at 2 p.m.
WAI.TKU S. HANKS,
SecietiiryU. V.V., Ltd.
Honolulu, May L'0, 18S7. 41 it '
At 10 a. m., at our Sides ltooin,
Queen i-lreet, wo will sell at public
"White nnd colored shliH,
AVhltc dress goods
(Jroccrics, Tablo l''rull,
S icks Sugar and Potatoes,
Koa Bedsteads, Spring Mtitirnhscp,
.Lounges, etc., etu.
And nt 12 nooti,
Hours and Gir.
E. P. ADAMS
Firewood a Auction.
On Monday, May 23rd,
At 12 noun, at our sales room, Queen St.
wo will sell at public auction,
The wood cm bo hccii on thu Espla
nade, near Klanii wluuf, also nt Sales
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
11 21 Auctioneers.
Tie AiM looting
Of the Hrltlsh benevolent Society
will be held a' tho Hoonu of
At 7;i!l o'clock p. m.
J AS. A. KKNNKDV,
Bnlisii Biiirolnt Society
Salo of Lonsjs,
Ry otd r of W, Ma jtton, n? ig tee of
thn'Binhrupt 1 1-uu i f ('. T. k-n, I
will :'e)l at pt llu tuition, a my S 1 s
On Saturday, May 21st,
Mil o leek iidoti,
Thu following described Louses :
No. 1 l.t'i s of bind P'tiitil, Ho' olulii,
lem (! 1 1 Mn 1 by ICtitin (w ) and
C Hot (It) K"ii pa'd tin I" Hi"
e.p ratlnii "f lear''. June 10 HtS.
No. 2 Liau fluid at M ul, liin.
lulu. E p rii Inn I 1 a c .Inly I,
lbO'l, Abol'M'O' III i SO HU till'
liial un d water lights t un."id
therewith, Area 4 acre. Kent
iJ'iOO pir nutitint, payable semi,
annually In advance.
Belonging to mid bankrupt estate.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
UD lit Aurtlnni'ir.
J3x " Ild'CltlOH."
In 10 gallon drums,
Just the thing for Plantation uc.
Boiled Linseed Oil!
in (i gallon Patent Drums.
Bon Machinery Oil
In (I gallon Patent Drtinn.
tiCf These drums, when emptied, nre
convertible Into bucket?.
fjyFor sale at Lowest rales at
F. A. Schacfer & Co's.
Armory, Honolulu Rifles.
May 19, 1837.
Company Order?, No. 1. First Seiics.
Kvcry Member ol
Comnnny 11, Honolulu liillrs, is
heicbv oidered to report nt the
Arinofv mi KWDAY KVKNING
thu 2ofh ItiMnnt, nt 7sK0 o'elouk.
Ordetly Set gu int.
Having secured the
of theso Islands for the
Perfection Stamping Outfit Co.
All orderB for 6ame will be filled on nr.
rival of steamer Australia, May"I, 188".
Parties who havo nlrcndy ordered will
pleatc mill for fennic at my store.
J. H. SOPER,
20 Merchant fttrcct.
For 2 fools Only l
Our Semi Anuii'il
All our remnants will be
placed on tho counter, and
marked way down.
In Ladies' trimmed and
untrinuned hats wo are
prepared to oiler IIS;? Uar
yaiii.s. liomnants in all depart
ments. Come and see what we
oiler you next Monday.
S. J. FISHEL.
Loading1 Millinery Honao.
Cor. Fort & Hotol Streets,
BY A LADY, AS HOrSEKKKPKIt
or nurho in a prlvalu f.unily. Plain
bcwinc, etc. For piutlotilam npidv to
!I7 1w .). K. UIKJWN'&CO
If THU VALLEY KOAD SOME
where near Mr. J. H, Walker's
gale, a gold ring llireuiublcs enoiic ed
with seed peaiU, llio namu Maig.iret
Whoever will brinj; the pnino to Mr.
Viilcrhoiifes ctoio will receive flvurol.
Injv inward. 35 1 w
'pilEFOLIOMNO OIIAKOU HAH
JL taken place lit tho C'opiirtiii'rKliin
of W. II. Daniels and Comnany ot'Wai.
Itikn, Maul; W. II. UumiiiliigB has pur
chased the interest of W. H. Keiiiiu In
mid copartnership ltspropeity iintlbiisl.
Thu firm now rondstsofW. II. DnnliU
and V. H. Cuniiuings.
AV. II. DANIELS & Co.
Honolulu, May 1!J 18&7. Hi !iv
TF YOU WANT A" SITUATION
X advertise iu tho Daily Uum.kiin.
will take plico
rt iHiiiftnS)MWijiiL tTNWiii mm Hi lira i lurfsn r rww
MK. Ik. .1. nvTrx
Elife See Cream Parlors,
II is ii'liirno I Irum viii I'r u I en nulhiiviui
Sccund 11m; suivIuch ol' a First-Clam Pastry Cool:,
v lilcli ciii.b't tho ' Elite," more than ever, lo ninke a ,
Supi'iior quality of all kit ds of Ice Crcain, Sherbets,
W.iter Ii ii, it .
Our I'mioy C'nkcn nrr (hu I'l'ldc. of Honolulu,
And wo luike evety di'.V Lady Piugers, Mncuroons, Drop Cuke, Coco Dips, and
ninny oilier kimln t o numerous to mention.
Sponge. Voniul. Fruit nml Jelly CnltCH nhvnyx it Iiand,
or iiiudu in older on ihort notlte, In uny Hyle.
A tine line of Choice Candles always In slock.
Weddings, Bafis and Parties supplied.
The public U inited to inspect our stock ntitl Flore, which is now In flue order.
Tho Elito Ico Cream Parlors,
HART & BTEINEK, Proprietors,
Mutual T ele. 3S8 t2T Oiien ditllv until 11 p. m.-3 Hell Tele. 18?.
UfllTol.iitN. Mlllunl Tot. 130.
General Business Agency.
Skillod and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Collages to Lot or Lcaso In (Might
fill locutions, within easy reacit of t lie
business part of llio city, with ate ininio.
(lutlons bulled to any requirement and
on mon favorallu terms.
Three Lodging Esta'ulithmcnts lor Salo
nil pnyiug liniiilgoniel.
Tho "Old Corner," nt Niiuinu nnd
Queen Streets, for salo one of thu best
business stands in the city.
Thrco Pieces ol Real Eslato in t)ii dis
trict, (nili-ldo of thu city, for siilj or
To Lot Tno onttnqcs plcnsanlly situated
on the Hank cf Punchbowl Hill, lo.
ward Makiki, ouo mile front iho P.
U ; diPghtfiil accommodations for
To Lcl A cottape with lnrgo yard room
mill stnlile iteruinniodntioii for n mini
For Salo or Loaso. Iit If (I ft. 1 y '.'05 ft.
Easterly eorner of Foil nml School
streets. Water hid on. Title perfect.
One of the finest bcildinjj sitci iu thu
Lcaso ol Fish Pond for Sale, A rnro op.
poitunliy U now ofl'erul to secure a
Imijr lease of ouo of thu meat profita
ble llsli pone's in 1I1U dit-lilct. Alnrue
outlay has lately been made for lm
provemiiiits, aud the property is in line
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOIt SALE.
Unrlvnlleil OiiportimlUcH l'or iiroflt
Full inrticul.irs given upon applica
tion m iho Aenuy.
I.'o. 38 Merchant Stroct. Honolulu.
Situation Wanted a lini li' p"r nr iiuts!
by a white liidv, ( f.M.iiieiieo in both
npaniliei. Would i u -ept a position
it' n ladles' t.nvcling u iiupaniou and
FirM-cla1" Itnok-Li'epers, C.itiieiitcr-',
Stewniili, Coohif, Nt.r-es nnd other
skilled labor drslrlnu mplovmeiit.
Family & Plantation Use!
FOR BALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Having sold my Exprem llusl
nosv and good." Ill to Mr M N.
S.tndeis.oa iicioiiiit ol intepdid
depaiiuie from the ICintdum,
I hervliy nquist nil claims
ngalnvt mo to hi) pie-eiilcd by
thu lr.'h of May, ami nil Mils
oh lug mo lo bu paid by tliu 1st
of June, 18 j7.
20 2w F. U. OEDINO.
For Salo nr Lease.
riMIOSK PRP.MlSEJi SITUATI-1) OK
t Ptinahou Street called "Kaiiunilo.
hin," thu property of C. II. Judd, uro for
salu or for leisn lor a lerm of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX, .1. OARTWItiailT.
Honolulu. Doe. 13, UtO. K03
NICK FUHNIHIBD FRONT
tonin at No. 4 Garden Line. 01
GhJft l l
THE HOUSE AT I'NKSENT
oei iiidnl by Mr. M' d worth,
neat tin Ibst hrldre N'mnimi
Stieet. PoiMfcfslon cati bi obtained after
thn2lstlnt. Siablu nnd paiiuro hind
iidolnlng tho house.
Al o.oii Ceil' 0 on k h i' t S'rect.
Apply lo J. T. WATKKliuUSl.,
2ft 3 w
A N INVALID OHAIIl, Wo sl.c.
XX Perfectly new, Finished In flnu
style, with book rest mnl commotio at-
Virhinent. Addro's " X," this ollleo.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
10 coluins. $2 per anuiiin.
inM ' ."
Hell Tel. 172.
Mutual Tel. 372.
, O. Box S07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Real Estate Agents, Etc.,
Oder the followinjr:
To Lei. Shop in new brick building on
King street, near Nuiinnu, next to
Chinese News Co.'s olllces. Kent very
Rooms to Rent Furnishcd
lncalitk"3. -in the lest
To Lot. A 5-roumed Ccsttnge, with Cur.
litgo House nnd Outhouse", Nuunnii
Avenue, near Government reservoir,
above lito Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with ubout 2 acres of laod,2,i(
uillui from town. Kent $10 per month.
To Lcl. A doomed Cottage, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuuiinu
Aventiu, opposite "Valley Home," in
excellent older. Pnlh nud water con
tcniinccs. Kent Sid.
To Let. a. plcaantly sl'uated residence,
comprising two cnltnges, ouilioueej,
etc., nn P.iuoa rond, near Punchbowl
st i eit. Kent very low to meet the
Houso and Lot lor Sale. Very desirable
icsidenec on Ueiultiuia Street. The
hniiFu contains 4 Ucdroonis, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Hathroom. Mosquito proof. Houso
new and well built.
Lot 100 by lfiO feet with prlvllcjro rf
buying next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Sale or Lcaso With immediate pos
session, Hint vnluablo estate known as
the NUUANU VALL11Y HANCH.
situated in the Nuuiiiui Valley. 2
miles from thu city, and undoubtedly
the moU eligible situ for a milk or
milk nnd butter dairy in this Kingdom.
Tim above splendid property maybe
hud on easy terms.
For Salo A splendid property of over 5
nercs of laud of! Llliha Street; un.
ilvnllcd iu a uitii tor a gentle man'
residence An eatly application nee
essniv to ijurchft'c in n single lot. For
pin ticulai s apply to J. 13. lirow n & Co.
Situations wauted by
And other clashes of help.
Custom Houso Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street.
rpO THE CREDITORS OF THE
L Estate of J. LYONS, a bankrupt,
Tho undersigned nsslgnee of the Es
tate of .1. Lyons, a bankrupt, has prepar
atory to his final account and and tlivl
dend, submitted his accounts ns such
nssipneo mid tiled the sume before Hon.
E. Preston, Justice of the Supremo
Court, nllils Chninbers,to whom ho will
apply at 10 o'clock, a. m., on MONDAY,
the 23rd day of May instant, for a settle,
ment of bald accounts, and for a ills,
chargo from all liability as such as
signee and for an order to make a llnal
And that any person Interested may
then nud there appear and con ten the
fame. W. C PARKE,
Afsljince of tbo Estate of J, Lyons.
Honolulu, May 10, 1887. 87 fit
FOR BALE BY
H. Hackfeld &, Co.
f RS. RODANET, ihe welMinovn
ITX itiu-siniihtr, leuently retitrnwl
from Purls, has her ilros.iiinklng rooms
still on Kuiiiia stiei't, uliovu thu square.
tf& onk 0001) SOUND
iiiiiiny JMiirnj ptrtvctly
safe M drive by ladles
o olilldien. Apply to
At No. 70 Queeu Bt.
loots i Shoes
AiMu Mail Stirlti
Villi MAK E-'ItASCXSi'O.
The ni' mi II e Al lee! -to n ' 'p
Of t'u i c'iiiik'M(iiii hip t'i in-i ii w. 1
l.udiicni lioiolii ii linm Min'o)
nuii AnnM ml i.'i r nloiit
June 3rd, 1887,
And will leilve lotlh" aliovu poll with
im.l.fii.d puhkingvib on ir ut.diit Unit
For fie'tflit or paspaite, Iiiiviiik BU.
PEMOU ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Afjente.
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and lino Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Htcnmidilp Company, will
bo due nt Honolulu from Suu
Francisco on or about
June 10th, 1887,
And will liavo prompt dbpateh with
37 WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Afjents.
At the lowest figure, of tho finest qua'
Wat ranted genuine, mndo of thu puro
juice only nnd gunrantcd to stand
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate iu quality for any
number of years. Large quantities ex.
ported eveiy year, by some ot tho larg.
est commercial firms of tills city, to dif
ferent parts of thu United Slates and
thu German Empire.
MANUI-ACTUIIED AT THE '
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
1k1111b1ioiI in 1SOU.
Practical Confectioner, Pestry Cook
Hotel, bet. Xiitinnu nnd Fort Sta.
Roth Telephones No. 74. 01
Having secured the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
He will in future attend to the wants of
my patrons hi the Billiard Room.
o. j. McCarthy.
Carriages at all hours, tiny and night.
Paddle Hortes, Uuggies, Wugonrttus and
Village Carts with stylish and gentlo
horses to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Becond
hnnd Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telophone 32, or apply to
MILES &. IIAYLEY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner ofNuunnu &. Hotel Hti-eetM.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Cnrrlagj Conipuny has been rc
cenlly organised, and guarantees lo
turnMi e,ooil conveyance, trustwtrtliy
drivels, nud will maku no extortionate
All culh will bupiomptty attended lo.
Cottiifo to Kent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
Low rent ; f urulttiro ut a bargain.
For particulars enquire f Jno, Mngoon,
Agent, Merchant Hrect. , 27 tf
FOR SALE !
ONE LAIIOEIOP enri or Petifncnla
and Liinnlllo Ms, wliluh can bo
divi'liu into two or more building lots.
Eiupilro of Q. WEST,
lWi-1 ' Of West, Dow & Co.
MONEY TO' LOAN!
rpiIE undersigned tiavo Sixty Thoiif.
X and Dollars to loan, In sums of not
less than one thousand dollars upon
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY,
irmnf CO Foit Street, Honolulu.
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