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Tho Aroado-EGAN k CO.
With tho I'liiCHt IMnplny of Gooiln
over Hliown in thin Kingdom.
Tlio Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Tho Aroade EGAN & CO.
Call nnit Kxamlne tlio
$12.00 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
JIfkM 3T TIIEGrE'H
A LARGE well furnished bedroom.
Two mlrutes walk from Post
Ofllco. Nice locality. Apply, A, B, C.
BuM.rri.v Office. 47 tf
Mr McOulrc's late usldenrc.
New Store, New Goods
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TUESDAY, JAN. 31, 1888.
Iiktne S N Oastlo for San Fianclseo
Stmr V G Hnll for Lulmlim, Mnalnea,
Koun, Kau mid the Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
Stmr Lchtia for llntnnkun at 0 p m
Stmr Mlkahala for Kmial nt 5 p m
tichr Eva for San Fianclseo
Stmr Wnlnlcnle for Kuiiul at 5 p m
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Bk Lilian for Hongkong
For San Frauciseo per bktnc S N
Castle, Jim 31 Mrs J S Martin imd 2
chlUlicn, Mr W Itobson, wife and child.
Miss L lloogs, Antoho Severin, Mrs T
P Scveiin and .T Gonsalvcs.
For Lahnlun, Mnulaca, Kona and
Kan per stmr W G Hull, Jan 31 His
Mnjcsty tlie King, Jas Dodd, Frank
Higglns, Mis Mai tin, Mrs Spaulding
anil daughter, Mr McUondracy, P Pat
ten, Mrs J Williams and children, Mis
Kalawc and 75 deck.
For windward poits per stmr Kinau,
Jan 30 For tho Volcano-: WR Watson,
Mrs Watson, Miss Mil rices, Miss Smith,
Miss Harnduu, Miss Hose, Air Tlnosscll
and son, G- Bonny, 33 U Ulalr, Mr Biyan
and wife, S Foster and wife. For wav-
poits: 31 Rycroft, .T Mngiiirc, Mrs II M
Alexander, Misses Wight (2), Miss
Wood, T II Davles, Mra Utodte, Miss E
Lyons, Mts Rlcuardsou, A Homer, Airs
Ward. Sir Win Wiseman, W G- Irwin,
II G Trcadtvay, J S Cone, W B Cahorne,
MrsJ)ickcuson, Miss Taylor, Miss Har
rison, Mr Cttshingliani, 11 31 Hitchcock,
Hon t O Luhiau, aud about 40 deck.
Tlic S N Castle palled tliis forenoon
for San Francisco, taking l'J.913 bags of
sugar, weighing 1,730,281 pounds and
valued at $83,9.14.01. She also took 1
case of coral aud 1 case of cmlositks.
The schooner Eva, Capt Armstrong,
sailed this afternoon for San Francisco
with G,918 bags of sugar valued at $34,
DOO. VESSELS EXPECTED FROM FOREIGN
H Nolths M's Zilvereu Kruis, Jocke,
from S America due Mar 1-20
USS Marion, from South America,
due Jan 10-31
Am bark Will W Case, Robertson,
from San Francisco, due at Kahului,
Am S S Alameda, H G Morse, from
tho Colonics, en route to San Francisco,
due Feb 12
HUMS Tbiikuba, fiom Tahiti, due
Ger bark Deutchland, fiom Bremen,
sailed October 28th, due Feb 1-20
Am bk Maltha Davis, F M Benson,
from Boston, due Mar 1
Am ship. Mystic Belle, Cooke, fiom
New York, due March 1-20
Brit bit St Thomas Bell, sailed from
Cardiff, October 22d, due Mai eh 1-20
Brit bk Natuua, sailed fiom Liver
pool, Nov 20th, due Mar 5-31
Am bk Saianac, sailed fiom Liver
pool, Oct 20th, due Feb 20
Am bk Lady Harewood, from Hong
kong, duo Dec 5-25
Ger bkH Piitzcnlerg, from Honkoug,
due Dec 10-15
Am bktnc Eureka, Meyers, from San
Francisco, due Jan 1-10
Am tern G C Peikins, Nordbeig,from
Puget Sound, duo Jan 1-10
Am bktne Amelia, W Ncwlinll, from
PoitTownsend, due Jan 20-31
Am tcin Doia Bluhm, from San Fran
cisco, duo at Uilo, Jan 25-31
Am bark (JO i hitmorc, from Port
Townsend, duo Jan 20-31.
VESSELS IN PORT.
H M S Caroline, Sir W Wiseman
USS Vandalia, Bear Admiral Kimberly
Bk Caibarien, Perkins
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
To-day is pay day for tho Police.
His Majesty tho King was a pas
senger by tho steamer W. G. Hall
i o .
Co. B of the Honolulu Rifles will
drill this evening, A full attendance
Bos'n Ben lias retired from tho
bum-boat business and is patiently
waiting for the next revolution.
Albert Mi:iniiakdt, charged with
malicious poisoning of toda water, is
being tried in tho Police Court this
. m .
. Peiisons desiring their pianos
tuned and raptured by a competent
man should leuvo their orders at G.
West's store, Fort Btreot.
The tenders for tho construction
of tho light liouso on Barber's Point,
and for tho keepora houeo at tho
same placo will bo opened to-morrow.
The annual parade of tho Hono
lulu Fire Department will take placo
on Friday, Feb. 3itl, at 0:30 a. in.
All members tiro requested to bo in
Mit. Lowis J. Lovoy will hold his
regular cash sale at his salesrooms,
on Thursday, at 10 a. m. A largo
and varied assortment of general
merchandise will bo offered.
S, B. ICaalawamaka has been ap
pointed District Justico of North
Kona, Hawaii, and Georgo Washing
ton Akau llapai, District and Police
Justico of Hilo, Hawaii, by the Chief
Justice, on tho nomination of tho
A man named Meinhardt litis been
arrested on n olinrgo of malicious in
jury, for putting red ink, a poisonous
ingredient, into a glabs of soda water
furnished by him. Ho says ho did it
for a joke. Such jokers should bo
summarily dealt with,
A DAitK, naino not yet known, was
reported at 9.55 o'clock this morning.
Tub water pipes for Molokai Leper
Settlement nro boing landed from tho
A nkw water-tap was placed at tho
seaward corner of tho O. S. S. dock
The bark Lilian will sail for Hong
kong to-morrow at noon. She will
take Oliuieso steerage passengers,
42 men and 2 women; also 80 tons of
old iron, 7,000 bottles and 131 bbls of
y . m i
At u meeting of tho Pacific Hard
ware' Company, limited, held January
SOtli, the following officers were
elected for the ensuing year: Presi
dent and Manager, B. F. Dillingham ;
Secretary, Jus. G. Spencer; Auditor,
W P. Allen ; Directors, F. L. Winter
and S. Nott.
The United States Consul-Gonoral
advertises for all parties having
claims against tho citato of tho late
William Tumor to present tho same
nt his olllco within 30 days from dale,
and all persons indebted to the estate
to mako payment of same, at the
Following are tho names of candi
dates heard on tho streets for tho
Marslialship : A. F. Cooke, Harry
von Holt, J. H. Soper, Y. M. O. A.
Fuller, 13. M. Walsh, II. G. Tread
way, Joe Tucker, E. D. Tenncy, Sam
Wilcox, V. V. Ashford, J. Alfred
Magoon and Officer Hopkins.
A new devico lias been attached to
Brewer's now wharf. The concern,
which might bo appropiiately termed
a spring-post is so arranged that it
prevents a 'vessel from striking tho
wharf, gives with tho striking of tho
vessel and resumes its former posi
tion when relieved ot pressure.
Tun King's yacht Healani arrived
from Hawaii last evening. The Hea
lani has .boon trading and fishing
along the Kona coast for the past
two years. She recently lost her
sails in a gale and having borrowed
a Buit left Kona last Saturday for this
port. She has been takon chargo of
by Mr. Roland.
At a meeting of tho Hawaiian Ra
mie Co., hold on Saturday last, tho
following officers wero elected for tho
current year : A. J. Cartwright, Pre
sident; 33. Lycan, Manager; W. F.
Allen, Secretary and Treasurer; W.
R. Castle, Auditor; F. A. Schaefcr,
J. H. Paty,-B. F. Dillingham and W.
E. Foster, Directors.
"mm"., j ".is
J. C. Siapenwig, who came here
from Lahaina by the; schooner Net
tie Merrill the other day, was, not
withstanding tho fact that he became
violently crazy during the passage,
and wiped the cabin floor of the
schooner with several of the crew,
discharged this morning.
He showed no signs of insanity
while being examined, and Dr.
Tucker declaring that the man was
not crazy, although he has been in
tho Insane Asylum, the Judge could
do no more than discharge him.
Negotiations for the purchase of
the bark Min are under way but will
not be complete until to-morrow. It
has been heard however that the Min
will be employed in the Island trade,
that is she will run sometimes be
tween San Francisco and this port,
occasionally running to China and
probubly to Puget Sound thence to
the Colonies and back to Honolulu.
The Min is a fast sailer and was
by tho well-known ship builders built
Robt. Steele & Co., celebrated for
having constructed some of the
fastest ships known.
Since writing the above it has
been ascertained that the Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co. have
purchased the vessdl.
During the trial of an adultery
case in the Police Court this morn
ing, the female defendant was called
to tho witness stand by the Attor
ney for the defense.
Judge Dayton said that by her
going on the stand she was com
pelled to answer all questions put to
her, concerning the case in question.
Mr. Kaulukou, Counsel for tho
defense, objected, saying that tho
defendant was not compelled to an
swer any questions that would crim
Tho Judge remained firm to tho
ruling that the defendant took tho
stand at her own risk, and having
given Mr. Kaulukou to understand
that the dofendant, if placed in the
witness-box, would havo to answer
all questions pertaining to tho caso,
alio was called from the box.
The following tenders were open
ed at the olllco of the . Board of
Health this noon for the contract to
deliver at the Leper Settlement on
Molokai, 150 cords of firewood:
A. Hoiking S13 00
A. L. Jam 14 75
C. Ah Ileen 15 50
C. D. Ah riiain 14 00
Hang Lung. 15 00
J. I. Dowsett 10 00
Tho last bid was, of course, ac
cepted. Mr. J. l' Colburn made a
bid but did not comply with tho con
ditions specified in the advertisement.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Gents' 1 Furnishing Goods
1'lncHt CnHtom Xndo Clothing,
Indlcn'A. Uont'n Vine BhoeH.
AJapaneso at No. 100 Nuuanu
avenue, has a quantity of silk worms,
CRgs and cocoons for sale. Tho
worms wcro raised hero from eggs
brought from Japan. A lot of Co
coons attached to an evergreen
shrul) were brought to this olllco
yesterday, aS also some of tho worms,
and eggs. The worm presented a
very healthy appearance and were
quite active, while the Cocoons wero
really beautiful some being pure
white, while others were a ricli yel
low. An opportunity is now offered
for persons so desiring, to engage in
silk raising cither for pleasure or
profit, at a small expense, as this
Japanese is prepared to furnish eggs,
or worms in quantities to suit.
UUIU-I ! II 1-JLU '
Tuesday, Jan. 31, 1888.
Kealoha and Ah Sam, adultery.
Tho former was fined $15 and the
J. C. Siapenwig, insanity, dis
charged. Kauhanc, drunkenness, &G.
i,. D. Ilimeni, three separate charges
of embezzlement, to wit: $G.50 from
Mahiai, in July, 1882; $40 from
Akui, in July 1882, and $25,38 from
Makalci, no date mentioned. All
continued to Feb. 27.
Forty-five millions of people died
from smallpox in the century prc
cedinc; vaccination, without taking
into account those who recovered
and were disfigured for life or afllict
cd with blindness as its direct re
sult. Two millions perished in the
Russion Empire in a single year.
According to Dr. Lcttison, 210,000
fell annual victims to it on the Con
tinent of Europe. The yearly mor
tality in England was over forty five
thousand; cities were decimated,
villages deserted and armies dis
banded by its means.
This is what, smallpox has done
in the past. No doubt its malig
nancy was aggravated aud its mor
tality increased by improper modes
of treatment and also by ignorance
of hygienic laws. But, neverthe
less, whenever smallpox has had
opportunity, even at the present
day, to manifest itself unchecked,
it has shown nearly the same venom
and deadliness which have always
IIOW THE DISEASE SPREADS.
The modes by which tho conta
gion is spread are various. The
best-known one is, of course, that
of personal contact with an individ
ual suffering from smallpox. Per
sons not themsclve liable to the dis
ease may communicate it to others
by carrying the contagion in their
clothing. The air in the neighbor
hood becomes infected by it, and
sometimes communicates it for an
almost incredible distance. Houses
become infected with the germs of
the disease, and can only become
disinfected by burning the bedding,
rcpaporing the walls and subjecting
the entire house to a process of tho
rough cleaning. Persons in the in
cipient stage of smallpox, and some
times even.in the convalescent stage,
make their appearance in public,
and the disease is thus communicat
ed to many. Not infrequently
smallpox occurs in a family, the
members of which, not wishing to
become objects of terror to the com
munity, suppress the fact, while
they themselves come and go the
same as usual, carrying infection
with them ; and suddenly that neigh
borhood is xisited by a serious small
K THE VACCINATION THEOHY.
The theory in regard to vaccina
tion is that the disease in a mild
form takes hold of the system, and
either completely or partially des
troys the liability to contract tho
same disease in the future. If the
destruction is only partial, it can be
mado total by future vaccinations.
All authorities agree that it is neces
sary to revaccinate frequently just
as often, in fact, as tho system
shows itself in readiness to take the
Then as often as once in fivo or
seven years vaccination should be
repeated in order toohtain complete
immunity from smallpox.
The statistics of every smallpox
epidemic show that the mortality of
the disease is in inverse ratio to the
number of times which the individ
ual attacked has been vaccinated.
Wo . are told that the danger from
smallpox is greatest to children,
while in tho case of vaccination tho
danger from smallpox increases with
yeats. This is only true when the
effect of vaccination wears away and
the person is not rcvaccinalcd. It
has, therefore, been demonstrated
by tho experience of many years
that vaccination is necessary, and
that if one would secure perfect im
munity from smallpox he must bo
vaccinated as often as once in five
or seven years.
DECREASE OF MOllTALITT.
Vaccination was recognized by
law in Englaud, in 1840, and be
came compulsory in 1853. The
mortality statistics from 1838 to
1878 buow a steady decrease of
deaths from smallpox, from 571 to
every 1,000,000, to 97 to tho same
The Aroado-EGAN & CO.
Now Stork, Latent Klylca to Htilt tho
Tho following table, extracted
trym the work of Dr. K. C. Seaton,
Medical Inspector of tho Privy
Council of England, shows tho avc
rago number of yearly deaths from
smallpox in London for periods of
ten years, from 1751 to 18G1:
From 1751 to 17G0 2,061
From 17GI to 1770 2,415
From 1771 to 1780 2,204
From 1781 to 1700 1,705
From 1791 to 1800 1,780
From 1801 to 1810 1,153
From 18 11 to 1820 793
From 1821 to 1830 G99
From 1831 to 1840 573
From 1841 to 1850 841
From 1851 to 18G0 715
This remarkable diminution can
be attributed to no other cause than
first, the adoption of inoculation,
and more recently of vaccination.
rs. F. Bulletin.
It requires faith for faith in a
faith-cure, faith it docs.
The Western blizzards come South
to get warm.
THE FINK Al TEA CLIPPER
Recently anived from London and now
lying at Brewer's Wharf.
This flue Clipper Barque was built
for the China tea trade, and has made
some remarkably rapid passages. One
of her best being from Yokohama to
New York in ninety.one day?, which
stands to-day as tlin fatest on rcord.
The vessel U built of teak, gn en-heart
and oak, is copper fastenad throughout,
and Is thoroughly well found in tackle,
sails, boats, spars, rlpging, etc., eto.
Having been thorougnly overhauled
and newly coppered just before leaving
London, and i rated Al at Lloyds.
This line Barque has a carrying capa
city of about 1,100 tons dead weight,
and between 1,200 and 3.3C0 weight and
measurement. On ono oyage to London
she carried l,r,00 tons measurement of
Intending purchasers will please make
immediate application to her Agents,
Q W. MACFAELANE & CO.,
And for further information respecting
the vessel to tlio Captain on hoard.
Honolulu. Jan. 25, 1683. 48 tf
A Chance to Procure a Good Faying
OWING to my intendrd departure I
wish to sell my. Cigar Store and
Billiard Room. This is one of the best
equipped Billiard Booms in the town.
I have four Tables rf the rery latest
designs, and oni" Pool Table with pa.
42 lm c j. McCarthy.
J. W. YARNDLEY,
Tench cr of Music, Violin and
Cultivation of the Voice.
YOUNG Lady Pianists! 3mprove
your raiding of Music and ability
as an accompanist by devoting at least
ONE HOUIi weekly, day or evening,'
to the practice of duels
PIANO AND VIOLIN !
BSTTERM3 SAME FOR LESSONS.
Address P. O. BOX 2S8.
Telephone (Bell) 3G3. 45 lw
ON account of departure from the
Kingdom I oflcr the fine young
stallion "Young Venture, Jr.," for sale,
5 years old, stands 10 hands high, weight
1,100 lb). This liorje was bred on the
Ifllands by Mr. Homer, now at Lahaina.
His dam was a half I'atrhcn and half
Morgan mare. He wa4 sired by "Ynung
"Venture." Ho is without fault or ble
mlsli; guaranteid kind and gentle and
is a very promising colt. A sprchil'
cliaractrmlic of the hone is hlh coin,
pact build. I til so offer the Htablea and
Out buildings aho, a Gig .and Una
JtrnUo for sale, corner of Punchbowl
and Queen streets, at a bargain
40 tf CAPT. J. C. CE.UNEY.
Haw Boats for Sale.
A'E HAVE OS HAND
A Pew Samples of our Boats.
Also, pinna and estimate! of all kinds
of lioata and repair given at short
notice. We use only bett material in
their construction; no Moukey.pnd
whatever; believing Unit the best labor
and matcnal pays Lct, both buyers and
builder. Having alrtudy published
prices and several rsfleetlul points not
generally known bcnellclal to boa's
tound our Islands, which intending
purchasers would do well to note. Our
improved facilities for building or re.
patting enable us not only to furnish
a superior article but cheap, and whei
doubt exists in this we desire a compa.
rativc inspection, before sale, at the E.
terpriBU win or l'rintcra anc, runcli.
bowl street, where sampels can bo seen.
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter & Uuilder.
Mutual TUephono 825. 88 tf
T YOU WANT A SITUATION
. advertise in the Daily Bull-tih.
111 111 JH
'WEMWM GW WMMWE&m
Coods Reduced in every department.
I beg to stalo that it is impossible to announce a. price, list ol! every article in my store,
but my entire stock of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Gent's Furni-hing Goods,
Boy's Clothing, Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes,
House Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Has been reduced, and the greatest inducements are offered.
'Remember, it will pay you to visit the Temple of Fasliton during this Great Sale.
Children's Cashmere Vests, short sleeves, extra quality, reduced from 75e to 25c.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's "Vests, in Balbrigan, Merino, Gauze, and all wool full lhies,
Children's Sun Bonnets, from 50e to 15c. ; better qualities reduccd.25 per cent.
Children's Lace Caps, reduced from 50c to 15c.
A splendid and large assortment of children's lace caps, sold at cost,
Ladies' -white -wrappers, reduced from 2.50 to 1.75.
Ladies' calico wrappers, only oc.
Special attention is called to my; stock of Infant's and Children's White wear, every article
in that line sold at cost price.
Misses' and Children's white dresses, only 50c.
Immense Bargains in Ladies' White Underwear.
Great Reduction im Embroideries, from 5c a yard up.
in everv description of Laces.
" " in Lisle thread, Silk and Jersey Gloves and Mitts.
Ecruo Window curtains, reduced to 1.75 pair.
Corsets Reduced one half of former price.
Great Reduction in Hosiery, Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and children's.
" " in Ladies' Jerseys, reduced one half.
" " in Ladies' Parasols.
" " in Blankets, Misses' and Children's Straw Hats.
" " in Flowers, Feathers and Tips.
" " in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, &c.
Linen Figured Lawn to close out at reduced prices, G yards for 1.
DO NOT BUY YOTTE DRESS GOODS UNTIL YOTT LEARN OTJR PRICES.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes will be sold at cost to close out.
During my Clearing Sale goods will be sold for Cash Only.
29 lm SL 3EBLiaIIOEI, 63 &: 65 JT'ox't St.
" Bulletin " Summary
Jx. 14. No. 29.
60 Columns of Original Matter.
la now issued and will be found to
be au interesting and comprehensivo
nuniber, containing CO columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, including postago to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. H. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewett, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Olllce.
Dissolution of Partnership.
HPIIE Interest of Mr. Clarence Mac
X farlauo in tho film of WKST,
DOW & CO. hai this day been pur
chased by Mr. Gideon West, who ai.
Htimos all liabilities of add firm. All
debts due iald linn aro due and payable
to Mr. O. West.
WEST, DOW & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 14, 1883.
Mil. G, WKST having become sole
owner of the business carried nn
under tho firm namo of West, Dow
Cu., wilt, infutuic, carry on said biisi
iiojs under the firm name and stylo of
O. WK-T & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 1S.18H8. SO lm
ALL pirtie Iiuthik claims ngaiust
His Miijeiiy's Estate are requested
to ha-o their accounts made out in de
tail, worn to us to correctness und pre.
sent them to Col. C. 1. laultea, at tho
olllco of H. M's Chamberlain, lluiolulu,
within thieu months from date of this
8. M. DAMON,
t J. O. OAHTKH,
O. l 1AUKEA.
Trimtees of Ills Majesty's IMuto.
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 187. 0-3m
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHGE LOT, comer Pcnsacola
and Lunnlllo Bts, which can be
dlvhlui into two or more building lot.
Enquire of G. WEST,
1654 Of West. Dow & Co.
MESSHS. J. K. HHOWN & OO. nro
authorized to collet t uccounts due
to mo, and their leceipt will Lo a sulll.
clent discharge. y
Honolulu, Jan, 3, 1888. 21) lm
in Linen, Cambric and Silk Handkerchiefs,
in "Window Curtains, prices reduced one half,
in Undressed and Dressed Kid Gloves.
B. F. EHLERS & GO.
A Fine Line of Holidav Goods
Just Received at Hoilister & Go.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LXINDBORGS,
EASTMAN S ALOHA, HOT T' S COLOGNE
FAKINAgGERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
TPoi Sale fit Heasowable 3Priees.
WING WO TA! & GO.
a l X tin ami Htrt'i'f,
Havo Just receded vx Mnr "Alameda,"
a choice lot of
Embroidered Silk Table Covers,
Silk Sashes, Sandal Wood Fans, c, &c.
Aho a )art;c lino of
China Matting, China & Japan Tea,
Camphor TiuuUs, Ita'tun Chairs,
Jitpauube Bcrerns, l'rnvitlnut-, &c.
MH. John Hag'on Is aulhrrl-ed to
collect foi our nrcouiit, and tluu
receipts. J. U. UUOWN ie CO.
Jau. 10, 1838. 1.U5
Stcum Works, Sunny South
Tele, Hell 173,Mutual2i5
Depot. Merchant fcttreet.
Tele, llell 172, Mutual 860.
Taliii Lffliuii Woife
Tho undersigned having purchased
the bueimss of the Tahiti Lemonade
Works, the ddpot has been removed to
No. 28 Merchant Htrect.
All orders for Aerated Waters manu
factured al the nbovc establishment will
reccivo prompt attention.
J. E IIHOWN - Co.
1 O. Uox 409. 1829
MESSRS J..E. BROWN &CO.
Are authorUt'd lo collect for ths
Honolulu Juno 8th, 1887. 07
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