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Tho Arcade EGAN & CO.
Now. Store, New Goods
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Cn.ll mid Kxnmino tlio
$12,60 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
Tho Arcade EGAN & CO.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
I-'lnrHt Custom Mndo Vlotktnsr,
I,nllCN'& IJont'B FlueHlioen.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
With tlio fluent IMHpluy of GooiIh
OTCr Hliown In thin Kingdom.
MISS P. TlflKM-VM
Mr. McGulro's lute residence. TO 1m
HOUSn and LOT, t-rms reasonable
ltiqtiitoof T. W. Rawlins, Hawa.
il-in Sonp Work?.
Lcleo, Honolulu. 30 tf
r.T 11 33
WEDNESDAY, FEU. I, 1888.
Stmr Knnla from Waluune
Stmr Klltiuca lion .from Hamnkua
Stmr 0 It Wallop from Lahalua
Schr Canute from Kuan
Schr Wailelc from Kuuii
Stmr J A Uilnmhis fiom Koolau
Bk Lilian for Hongkong
Stmr Kllaitca Hon for llnmnktia alO pm
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Canute for Knati
Schr Wnllolo for Kuan
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Kaala for Wtilauiie and Walalua
For Kauai, per stmr Mikauala, .Tan
31 Mis J Cummins, Mrs 11 Irani, Mr
Dart, Mr Kocpkc, Mr Toms, .INS Wil
liams, W II Duvorill, A K Palekalnlil,
Hon W 0 Parke, S V Wilcox, Mrs "Wil
cox, T 15 Sevcrin, Miss Alvimi Wlcbkc.
Mrs liobt Waialeale. autl about -10 deck..
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kllaucallou !t,531 bags of sugar.
Canute 3,000 bags sugar.
Wallele 020 bags sugar.
Bishop 878 bags sugar.
VESSELS EXPECTED FROM FOREIGN
II Keiths M's Zilveren Kruis, Joekc,
from S America due Mar 1-yo
USS Marion, from South America,
due Jan 10-31
Am bark Will W Case, IJobcrton,
from San Francisco, due at Kahulul,
Am S S Alameda, II G Morse, from
the Colonies, en route to San Frauclseo,
due Feb 12
II 1 .1 M S Thiikuba, from Tahiti, due
Ger bark Dc.utehland, from Bremen,
sailed October 28th, due Feb 1-20
Am bk Martha Davis. F M Benson,
from Boston, duo Mar 1
Am ship Mystic Uellu, Cooke, fiom
New York, due March 1-20
Brit bk St Thomas Bell, sailed from
Cardiff, October 22d, due March 1-20
Brit bk Natuna, sailed from Liver
pool, Nov 29th, due Maru-31
Am bk Sarauac, from San Francisco,
due Jan 1-10.
Am bk Lady Harcwood, from Hong
kong, due Dec 5-23
Gcr bkll l'ritzcnLcrg, from ITonkoug,
due Dec 10-15
Am bktne Eureka, Meyers, from San
Francisco', due Jan 1-10 v
Am bktne Amelia. W Newhall, from
Port Townsend, due Jan 20-31
Am tcin Dora Bluhm, from San Fran
cisco, due at Ililo, Jan 25-31
Am bark C O Whitmorc, from Port
Townsend, duo Jan 20-31.
USS Adams from Samoa, due Feb
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Hougkong, due Jan 20-31.
Am bktne Hattio S Bangs, Bangs,
from Hongkong, due Feb 1-5.
Haw bk Lady Lampson, E C Rust,
from San Francisco, due Jan 20-31.
Am bgtne Consuelo, E B Cousins,
from San Francisco, due Jan 27-31.
Am ship Anna from San Francisco,
due at Kalmlui, Maui, Jan 28-31.
VESSELS IN PORT.
II M S Caroline, Sir W Wiseman
USS Vandalia, Bear Admiral Kimbcrly
Bk Caibarien, Perkins
Bk Mln, McCroue
Am tern G C Perkins, Nordberg,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A gold sleeve button has been lost.
Letey cash salo at 10 a.m. to
morrow. The law firm of Smith it Kinney
has been dissolved.
The "Paradise of tho 1'ucific" will
be out next week.
Tiiehe will be a meeting of Engine
Co. No.-l this evening at 7 :30 v. m.
The Y. M: 'C. A. boys will meet
to-monow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
The annual election of officers for
Engine Co. No. 2 takes place to
night. BitEEDKits of stock will bo inler
efjted in an advertisement fa to-day's
A DAiiic brown maro has strayed or
been Btolen. A reward of ten dollars
is offered for her recovery.,
. .i m ..
Paauhau mill met with a slight
accident to her machinery last week,
and suspended grinding for about 21
Oai'TAIN Cainoion of tho Kilauea
llou reports a dead calm in tho chan
nel last night, and no wind at Haina
kua. Heavy swells provail throughout
Uho group. At Hamukua tho nwells
ilro northerly, in tho Hawaiian chan
nel, N. N. W. and in this channel
Hi:u Royal Highness Princess
Liliuoknlani will "hold her legular
monthly recoption at hor Palamti
rcsidonco to-morrow afternoon, from
3 to H o'clock.
The whaler reported yesterday is
thought to bo tjio Sea Breeze. Slit)
stood oir to sea again, but will pro
bably sliow up this evening or to
nioriow. Itf tho writ of mandamus against
Governor IIo'apiH Baker of Maui,
made returnable this morning, the
Court granted tho attorney's for the
defence- further time until 10 a. M,
to-morrow, in which to file a answer.
Jilt. Jag. F. Morgan will hold a"
credit sale of liquors til bis hales
rooms on Friday at 12 noon.
Mrssnp. 1). F. Ehleis & Co. adver
tise that they have reduced tho price
of all goods in every department.
A nr.wAitn is ofl'eied for the return
of u small box of sciews lost from M.
The File Police are notified to meet
at the head qdarteis of tho Fire De
partment on Fiiday, February 3rd to
participate in the annual parade.
The Molokai water pipes that enmo
by tho Mill, were tested this morning
by Engineer White. The pipes stood
500 pounds pressure to tho square
- . ' "
No Tni Pak has bold his interest in
tho drug store, Hotel street, to link
ChuFong; and Ng Lan Sang has
also sold his interest in said drug
stoic to Tin Sing Tong Company.
The tenders for the erection of a
lighthouse on Barber's Point were
not opened to-day, on account ot tho
illness of His Ex. L. A. Thurston,
Minister of Interior, who has been
confined to bis lcsideneo all day.
Wiij.iam'b photographic gallery is
being decorated with numerous pic
tures of recent production, princi
pally from tho pen and brush of Mr.
J. D. Strong. Among tho pictures on
view aic interior Samoau sketches
in black and white, and the Palace of
At tho annual meeting of C.
Brewer it Co. (limited), tho following
officeis were elected for the ensuing
P. C. Jones. ..President and Manager
J. O. Carter. Secretary and Treasurer
"W. F. Allen Auditor
Hon. C. R. Bishop, Hon. II. Water
house, and Saml. C. Allen, Directors.
The cargo of the bark Min will
be nil out this evening. She has
been charted by Brewer & Co. to
take sugar to San Francisco. Cap
tain Daible, master of tho schooner
Kaulilua, has been appointed master
of the Min. The damages the ves
sel sustained during her trip out
here are being repaired by Messrs.
Sorrcnson & Lylc at the expense of
the insurance company. The owners
of the bark arc Messrs. T. It. Foster,
Captain Godfrey, and John Ena of
the I. I. S. N. Co. and Mr. P. C.
Jones. It is said that tlte vessel
will be named after Captain God
frey. THE WHALERS.
The whalers who are charged by
correspondents with trading along
the Coast of Hawaii, and possibly
baviug small-pox aboard, arc un
justly condemned. Tho Helen Mars,
one of the whalers referred to, sailed
from San Francisco on Dec. 16, and
the Abraham Barker, another of the
whalers spoken of, on Nov. 29.
They have then been long "enough
out to discover if they have any
small-pox on board ; and if they had
they would not likely be cruising
about Hawaii. The trading done
by the whalers is in broom stuff,
bananas, pigs, turkeys, and such
things, for the ship's use.
HIGH SEAS AT KUAU.
Kuan, Maui, hus had about seven
days of very rough weather, tho
roughest seas Kuau people say, they
have had for a long time. Four
schooners, the Canute, "Wailele,
Waioli and Waiehu, were at Kuau
during the rougli spell and it was
"nip and tuck" between tho
schooners and the seas, throughout
the seven days. The schooner Wal
lele had to put out 200 bags of he'r
sugar to save . the vessel and the
bulk of her cargo. The largo can
buoy at Kuau was struck by one of
the schooners, stove in and sunk.
A NEW INDUSTRY.
The Messrs. Hitchcock of Ililo
have started a now industry on their
ranch at Puakala, Hawaii. They
are killing and curing mountain
beef, a sample of which was brought
to our office to-day. Tho beef is
cut and cured the same as a pork
ham and is of a very superior
quality. At present the industry is
in its infancy and tlioy are not pre
pared to supply this article in un
limited quantities, but hope to be
able to do so before tho summer is
BIDS FOR SHOEING. '
The following bids were received
by the Minister of Interior for shoe
ing Government animals for six
It. Cayford $2 25
C. B. Wilson ,... 2 00
J. McLean 1 75
Tho contract has been awarded to
The schooner N. L. Tiermnri,
Capt, Melaiuler, is expected hero
from San Francisco in about ten
days, en route for the South Sea
Islands, Mr. E. M. Morgan, form
erly manager pf tho l'ncjdc Naviga
tion Co.'s station at Jaluit, will, with
liis wife, two, children, and brother,
Mr. W. S. Morgan, take passage
by the schooner, and will trade
among the Islands, in tho interest of
A. Crawford & Co, of San Francisco,
A TRIP TO WAIANAE.
Waiauao is on the Island of Oahu,
about 35 miles from Honolulu, in a
westerly direction. The journey
overland may bo accomplished on
horseback or in a carriage. Tho
shortest route, as regards time, and
probably the most pleasant in fine
weather, is by water. The com
fortable little steamer Kanla, recently
built in San Francisco, runs regu
larly from Honolulu to Wnianae
and to ports beyond on the same
island, twice a week.
The Kaala was built expressly for
this route, and is in every way
adapted to the freight and passen
ger requirements of tho trade. She
is an extremely comfortable littlo
coaster of about one hundred tons
burthen. Her ordinary steaming
rate of travel is over ten miles per
hour. Her cabin accommodations
arc really superior for a craft
of her dimensions. She is, more
over, steady and comfortable.
Our company consisted of three
persons an ex-Judge of the Su
preme Court, a barrister at law, and
a newspaper editor off duty for the
time being. Tho two latter were the
guests of the former.
We boarded the Kaala at Brewer's
wharf at a little past nine o'clock on
the morning of the 30th January.
At 9:25 our moorings were loosened
and the little steamer started for
Waianae. (The weather was delight
fully fine and the sea smooth, with a
gentle breeze blowing from the sea
to the land.
Tho view of the land from the
steamer's deck was pleasaut. The
light painted cottages of residents
along the coast looked pretty in the
bright sunlight. The general ap
pearance of the land near the sea for
the first two hours' steaming is
plane. Pearl River, so called, is
passed about 8 or 10 miles from
Honolulu. This river .is simply an
inlet of tho sea.
At the close of the first two
hours' travel the configuration of
the coast line changes. The land
becomes mountainous right down to
the sea shore, broken here and
there by valleys. The planes, the
mountains and the valleys are de
lightfully green at the present time.
At midday, after three hours'
steaming, the Kaala dropped anchor
off Waianae. The view here from
the steamer's deck is magnificent.
The irregular mountain formations,
the valley indentations running in
land and widening towards the top,
the village of Waianae on a plane
near the sea and nestling in a grove
of cocoanut palms interspersed with
a variety of greenery, all combine to
make a picture which words cannot
Here the landing of passengers
and freight was effected by the
steamer's boats, and the Kaala, re
sumed her course towards Waialua.
A jetty, alongside of which the
boats come, projects some distance
into the sea. A railroad track leads
from the jetty to the Waianae Com
pany's sugar mill, which latter is
located about three hundred yards
from the sea, and appears in full
view from the steamer's deck. We
found landing tolerably safe and
After a preliminary glance at the
inside of the mill, we were conduct
ed by the manager, Mr. Ahrcns, to
his residence, about a third of a
mile distant. The road leads through
a beautiful green park, witli abund
ance of shade. The residence is
situated on a slight elevation, is
large, commodious, and in every
way well appointed. Ihe surround
ings of green and shade are delight
ful. Here we fonnd a glorious re
past in readiness, for which the sea
trip had fully prepared our appe
tites. Indeed, had not the supply
been very abundant, a famine would
have occurred. Tho genial judgo
was at homo by right, and both ho
and his hospitable manager mado
the lawyer and the editor at home,
too. Refreshment and rest having
terminated, the after part of that day
and most of the day following were
spent in inspecting the sugar mill
and tho cane fields.
It may be here stated that the one
industry of Waianae is sugar grow
ipg and sugar manufacturing. Al
most the ontirc population is depend
ent directly or indirectly on this
industry. Its cessation would
mean, in a short time, Goldsmith's
"Deserted Village" repeated at
Waianae. But fortunately there Is
no prospect or probability of any
The village is mainly made up of
neat littlo cottages occupied by the
employees of the sugar company,
and small general stores which sub
sist on the patronage of these em
ployees. The public buildings aro
an unpretentious court house and a
well-appointed Government school
house, with teachers' residence, ad
jacent. About 100 pupils, of vari
ous nationalities, attend this school.
Tho village is near tho sea shore,
aud is abundantly sheltered and
shaded by trees of various kinds.
Everything conveys the impression
of peace, plenty and contentment.
The sugar mil is a fitm structure
of Iron, wjth a massive brick smoke
stack rising to a high altitude. No
expense has been spared to make it
complete in all its departments,
The triple effect and maceration pro.
cess are In use. The season's crop
is now being harvested, and we had
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
.Vow (Stock, I.ntCHt St.ylca to Milt tlio
I Mj WMIMI.II.W.1
an oppoitunity of witnessing the en
tire operation, from the cutting of
the cano to the bagging of the sugar
for market. Everything, 'including
tho workmen, moves with the regu
larity and harmony of clockwork.
Not the least sign of confusion,
bustle, or rush is apparent anywhere.
Every man keeps quietly nnd
steadily at his allotted duty. The
number ot hands employed in and
around the mill are comparatively
few, owing to the multiplicity of
labor-saving mechanical contriv
ances. Scrupulous cleanliness is
also observable throughout.
The cane fields are not visible
from the mills, neither are they in
one plot. They arc situated in the
open valleys which widen inland,
before alluded to, and some of them
are distant three or four miles. The
aggregate acreage under cultivation
is about 500, and the average yield
per acre above the general average
for tho kingdom.
There is not a sufficient rainfall in
the district to furnish the fields with
all the moisture needed, therefore
irrigation has to be resorted to.
Water for this purpose is partly pro
cured from streams which come
down from higher legions, and
partly from artesian wells, of which
latter there are some seven or eight
at different points on the plantation.
At the present time water is in
gi cater abundance than the require
ments demand, but in the dry sea
son there is none to spare.
The cane is transported from the
fields to the mill in cars drawn by a
steam power. Mule and ox carts
aro unknown on this plantation.
Permanent linc3 of railroad are laid
down from the mill to the fields, and
from these portable branches as
This plantation employs, in the
mill and the fields, over two hun
dred laborers native Hawaiians,
Portuguese, Japanese and Chinese.
It is the property of a company, of
which the Hon. II. A. Widcmann
is the president. Mr. Ahrcns is the
company's manager. The advan
tageous and successful working of
the whole concern is evidence of
wisdom in selecting these two gentle
men as the executive.
The Kaala returned to Waianae
from Waialua at noon of the second
day after leaving Honolulu. She
took in a cargo of sugar, and was
ready to start by the evening. A
few minutes before six o'clock the
anchor was weighed, and we were
on our way home. It was an ordin
ary experience to the judge, and he
entered into it with imperturbable
coolness. Not so with the lawyer
and the editor. They had never
seen Waianae before, and were
there treated with such princely
hospitality, and were so pleased with
the place, that they felt a longing to
slopjbeliind. From thclvaala's upper
deck, the lawyer gazed upon the re
treating scene, heaved a sigh, and
almost shed a tear. The editor be
moaned his sad fate and groaned
over the prospect of again return
ing to the drudgery of a newspaper
office. Poor fellows I Aloha, Wai
anae! SUPllEME COURT 111 PROBATE.
Estate of Kukuinui (w). Hear
ing of petition of Kahalcpaahai (w)
for administration. Partly heard
and continued till called up. A.
Rosa for petitioner.
NG TAI TkVL bus sold his Interest in
the drug htorc, Hotel street, to
Mak C'hu Fonp; and Ng Lan Slug hits
also sold his interect in snld drug store
to Tin Hlng Tong Company. All dehis
due the CompuVv will he payable to
tho Company, aud all debts dno Ng Tni
Pak and Kg Lau Sing must bo paid to
them. fii lw
A Chance to Procure a Good Paying
lo my intended ilc-pm lure I
to Kill mv Clitur Slore ami
Billiard Horun. Ihl is om of the be
equipped Milliard llonnw in the town.
I Imve four Tuhlcs f die reiy lalcM
designs, and onu Pool Table with pa.
42 1m O J. JloUAUTUY.
account of departure from the
Kmuilom I oflrr llm llae vomit?
Ktulliou "Ycunc Venture, Jr.," for 8nle.
0 ycarfl old, Mftmls 0 hands high, weight
1,100 Ihi. ThU lioi'eu whs bred on tlio
Inlands by Mr. Iloruer, now nt J.ulmliin.
llih (lain was a half l'atchcn and half
Morgan mure, lie as Fircil by "Yfiunj;
Vtnt'ire." llo i -without fault or ble.
tiilbh; gnaianU'id kind ami jjeutlo and
is a ve;y promibliig colt, A tpeciul
cliarnctrrUlia of the lioric is hU coin,
pact build. I also oiler the Mablcs and
Out Uulldingj, uho, u Gli; and One
Ifnikn for bale, corntc of 'Punchbowl
nnd Queen Bticets, at a lmrwn
40 tf GAIT. .T. O. CMJXNY.
Kce Company will do a
retail mercantile IhihIiimh
at Kupaa, Jslund of Ifaual, and Con
Cheok is the inatmper of raid business,
ami has full authoiity to sign tho firm
name in all matters appertain! njj lo Bald
business LUM KEtS CO,
WWSwaf'ttS!5raiSpTisb iitojii uiuiaa, &. Riyi ccpstf', S 7?m n$;aBKUlKTli4p. nbmi
I beg to state that it is impossible to announce a price list of every article in my store,
but my entire stock of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Gent's Furnishing Goods.
Boy's Clothing, Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes,
House Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Has been reduced, and the greatest inducements aro offered.
Remember, it will pay you to visit the Temple 01 Fashton during this Great Sale.
Children's Cashmere Yests, short sleeves, extra quality, reduced from-75c to 25c.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's Yests, in Balbrigan, Merino, Gauze, and all wool full lines,
Children's Sun Bonnets, from 50cto 15c. ; better qualities reducedJ25 per cent.
Children's Lace Caps, reduced from 50e 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 75c.
Special attention is called to my stock "of Infant's and Children's White wear, every artiele
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 every description of Laces.
" " in Linen, Cambric and Silk Handkerchiefs. .""',
Ecrue Window curtains, reduced to 1.75 pair.
Corsets Heducod one half of former price.
Great Reduction in Hosiery, Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and children's.
" " m Ladies' Jerseys, reduced one halt.
" " in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, &c.
Linen Figured Lawn to close out at reduced prices, 0 yards for 1.
DO NOT BUY YoVft DRESS GOODS UNTIL YOU LEAHN OUR 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.
291m S. ilSIOIEMLiIOIi:, 63 Se 65 ITort St.
im. i Miami t ii in m ii i ..I .m in. i " . . -!- l
Jah. M.No. 29.
60 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will be found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing 00 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published iii the Kingdom to send to
friends ubroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. H. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilewett, Merchant street,
and I)iu.i.CTiN Ofllcc.
Dissolution of Partnership.
npiIE interest of Mr. Clarence Mac
X farlanu in the Jim of WfcST,
DOW & CO has this day been pur
chased by Mr Gideon Wist, who a.
siiines all liabilities of mid linn All
debts due said tlriu arc due and payable
to Mr U. West.
WEST, DOW & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 14, 188
WBST bavinc become sole
ncr of the business carried n
under the flrra name of WeM, Dow &
Ce., wilt, in future, cm ry on slid busi
ness under the Arm ramo nnd sivb' f
G. WEST & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. l.'i.lBtB. ill) lm
ALL jnrlie having claims against
His Mttjeity's Estate aro requested
to have tlulr uccounU made out in de
tail, iwoni to as lo corrcctnctt, und pre.
tciil them to Col, C. 1'. lnukcn, at the
ofllco of 11, M'u Chamberlain, Honolulu,
within tbieo months from date of this
B. M. DAMON,
J. O OAUTKlt,
O. 1'. IAUKEA.
Truhees of Hi Majesty's E
Honolulu, JNov. 21, 1BS7.
FOR SALE !
ONE LAIKJE 1.0 r, corner Pensacola
and Lunalilo f-ts, which ran bo
itivldtu into two or more building lots.
Kuqulreof Q. WEST, .
1B51 Of West, Dow & Co
MESSISS. J.E. 1U10WN' AJtJO, nru
authorized to collect accounts due
to me, und their leceipt will Le a pu in
A M. 1IEWE1T.
Honolulu, Jau, it, 1833. 2'J lm
'FOB, 30 DAYS
Reduced in every dep;
in Window Curtains, prices reduced one half.
in Undressed and Dressed Kid Gloves.
in Lisle thread, Silk and Jersey Gloves and Mitts.
in Ladies' Parasols.
in Blankets, Misses' and Children's Straw
in Flowers, Feathers and Tips.
Just Received at
-A. large assortment of
Comprising tho well
COLGATE & CO.,
E ASTMA 2? ' S ALOIIA , HOY T' S COLOGNE
EAltttfAI&ERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
TPox al nt 3E&easoiill JPrioes.
if,02 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WING WO TAI & CO.
Ml Xutiunii HI '(,
Have just received exslinr "Alameda,"
a eholcu lot of
Embroidered Silk Table Covers,
" " Pillow Cases,
' " Shawls,
" " Handkerchiefs,
Silk Sashes, Sandal Wood Fans, &c., &c.
Ako a large line of
China Mnttintr, China & Japan Tea,
Camphor Trunks, Italian Chair?,
Japanese Scleras, I'lovlilont", &c.
Mlt. John Magfoii is nuUierled to
collect for our account, ana tlgn
receipts J . K. MtOWN & CO.
Jau. 10, mi. 1E35
F. EKLERS & CO.
HoElister & Co.'s
- known brands of
Steam Works, Hunnv South
Tele, lleil 17U,Iutual 216J
Depot, Merchant Street.
Tele, licit 172, Mutual 800.
Taliti lull Works.
The undesigned having purchased
the business of the Tahiti Lemonade
Woiki, thu depot has been removed to
No. 28 Merchant Street.
All orders for Aerated Waters manu.
factored at the above establishment will
iccuive prompt attention.
J. E. llHOWN&Co.
V. O. llox 489. 1829
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Aro authorised lo collect fortba
Honolulu Juno 8th, 1887. 67
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