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TIib Arcadc-EGAN & CO.
New Store, New Goods
The Aroode-EGAN & CO.
Cnll nml KxninltiG tho
$12.50 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
Tho Arcadc-EGAN & CO.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
I'lncHl OiiHtnm II nil c Clothing,
Jbiultcn'A. cnt's l'lnn SUocn.
The Aroado-EGAN & CO.
XewWtoelt, Latent Htylcn to milt tho
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
MSSS I. TlIBKJilVH
"VVItH (lie FtucNt llHilny or Cnnils
crrr kIiottii in tbtn Kingdom.
HOUSE ami LOT, trms reasonable
Inquire oCT. W. Rawlins, IIawa
ihn Sonu "Works
Mr. McGulrc'". 1 itc irsulmcc
JC II 03
TIIUHSDAY, FJ5H. 2, 1888.
Feb 2- , , ,
liktuc Amelia from l'ort Townsend via
StiiirNnipiIsc fiom Hawaii
Sclir Wiilollfuun Kuan
Stmr Iwnlanl from llmnakuu
Sclir Molwahlnc from Kohululclo
Schr Camitc for Iviinu
Selir Wallelo for Kliau
Stmr.1 A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Kuala for Walanae and Waialua
Stmr C It IHshop for Kan.ta at p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir AValoli for Kunu
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Suipilse I.S22 bigs ug.ir.
Waloll 1,000 bag Mig.tr.
Molwnhlnc 2,000 lugs sugar.
The bktno Amelia, Capt Xonhall, ar
rived this inoining fiom 1'oit Townsend
via San Francisco with -104, 132 feet of
N W lumber to Messis Allen & ltobin
HNcltbs Jl's Zibet en ICruls, Jocko,
from S Atactica due Mar 1-20
USS Marlon, from South Amciica,
due Jan 10-31
Am bail; Will YV CaM?, Itobcrtson,
from San Francisco, due at Kaliului,
AmS S Alameda, II G Morse, fiom
the Colonics, en route to Sau Fr.incisco,
duo Feb 12
II IJJIS Tbiikuba, from Tahiti, due
Gcr bail; Deutehlaiid, fiom Bicmcn,
Eailed October 28th, due Feb 1-20
Am bk- Martha D.i Is, F M Benson,
from liostou, due Mar 1
Am ship Mystic Hellc, Cooke, fiom
Now Yoik, duo Match 1-20
Biitbk StTIiomas Hell, sailed from
Caidiff, October 22d, due Match 1-20
Brit bk Natiuia, sailed fiom Liver
pool, Nov 20tli, due Mar 5-:U
Am bk S.ir.uiao, fiom Sau Francisco,
due Jan 1-10.
Am bk Lady Haiewood, from Hong
kong, duo Deo 5-23
Ger bkll FiiteuLcigrom Ilonkong,
due Dec 10-15
AmbktneEuieka, Mcycis, from Sau
Francisco, due Jan 1-10
Am tcin Doia lSliihm, from San Fian
cisco, due at Hilo, Jan 25-ill
Amb.uk CO Whitmoic, from Poit
Townsend, duo Jan 20-U1.
U S S Adams from Samoa, duo Feb
Ambk Kdw.nd May, Johnson, from
Hongkong, due Jan 20-31.
Am bktno ILittlc S Bangs, Bangs,
from Hongkong, duo Feb 1-3.
llaw-bk Lady Lampson, E C Rust,
from San Fiancisco, due Jan 2G-31.
Am bgtne Consuelo, E B Cousins,
from San Fiancisco, due Jan 27-111.
" Am ship Anna fiom San Francisco,
duo at Kaliului, Maui, Jan 2S-IU.
HsiwSS Austialla, II C Houdlettc,
from San Fiancisco, due Feb 7.
VESSELS IN PORT.
HMS Caioliuc, Sir W Wiseman
USS Vandalia, Bear Adiuh.il Kimbcily
Bk Calb.uien, rcrkins
Am tcin G C Perkins, Nordbcrg,
Bktnc Amelia, Kewhal
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Misionary vessel Morning
Star is expected heio in April.
The schooner Waioli lost her Hy
ing jib booom during 'the recent
storm at Kuan.
Tin; steamer C. It, Bishop took in
a lot of bteel rails this morning for
tho railroad at Kapaa, Knuai.
Mil. J. C. Marcliant has pin chased
tho intoicst of Mr. T. G. TJirum in
his old established hook-bindery.
Tun dime crave has taken a hold
in Honolulu, and retail dealers fear
a scarcity of small chance in conse
quence. A NUMiiuit of people aio giving
their meat trade to Chinese butchers,
on tho plea that tho white butchers
give short weight.
Pakt of tho foundation of tho
ground iloor of the Beuvcr Block,
occupied by Messis. G. V. Macfar
lano t Co., is being rebuilt.
Vuky dry weather at Hamakua is
reported by tho steamer Surpriso,'
which anived this morning. Tho
lower mill of Laupiihoohoo had to
suspend operations on account of tho
Bcaieily of water.
Tiihee cabes of diunkenncss, one
trifling Chinese assault and battery
case, and tho further continuance of
several other eases, constituted tho
doings of tho Police Coiut to-day in
tho criminal dopiirlmout.
Tiikiir weio indications of equally
weather this morning. A htill' breeo
was blowing from the soutlicst, dark
clouds hung low, tho atmosphere
was muggy, tho surf was tunning
high and tho bay was chopy, At
1:30 p. in. the min camo down earn
estly, The bark Lilian got away for
Hongkong ycsteiday afternoon. Sho
took 50 passengers, -11 Ohineso nion,
2 Chincbo women. l Chinebo chil
dre, and 1 German, N. Soy. Her
freight consisted of 27 boxes and 0(1
hags of empty bottles (0,000), valued
at $12,1 box of old biabs, of a ton,
valued at Sp20, 1!U hbls of tallow, 22
tons, valued at $182, and GO tons of
old iron, valued nt !180.
Kin Taro, a Japanese cook, will
open n first class lunch loom at 17
Hotel stieet, to-moi row.
Mi). J. V. Moigan will sell u largo
unil varied stbsot Intent of wines and
liquors, on a libcial credit to the
tiade, at his salesroom nt 12 noon,
Tkndeus uro called for by the Min
istcr of the Interior for printing and
binding tho License Tonus of the
Depaittncnt for tho coming biennial
Tnu annual paradu of tho Hono
lulu File Dopaitment will take place
to-morrow. All members of the res
pective companies mo lequcsted to
ho in attendance.
Hauiiy Von Holt is not the terror
of tho residents of Niupaipai. Ho is
an extremely popular man among
tho people, but the "teiror" of any
evil doer that may put in nn appear
ance among them.
The attention of masons and deal
ers in cement is called to tho sale of
English Poi tland ccmont to-morrow
at 11 o'clock, at Brewer's wharf. The
cement was slightly damaged on tho
voyago of tho bark Min, and is now
oidered to be sold by G. W. Mucfar
lano it Co., for account of whom it
Tin: case of L. Sam Sing vs. Wan
Yan, trover for sewing machino occu
pied tho attention of the Police Court
all yesterday morning. Tho arguments
luuc been made and judgment will
bo given on Fiiday. Three cases
Manuel Perry violating express lule,
Wm. Wilson absault and battery and
J. C. St.ipcnwig n&eault and battery,
were the criminal cases to be tried
The United States to Germany
Keep Hawaii from tho Sandwich
Islands, please 1"
THE VETO QUESTION.
The mandamus case of T. W.
Everett vs. Governor Hoapili Baker,
in which the question of the King's
right of veto is involved, came up
before the full bench this morning.
Messis. Rosa and Hatch appeared
for the defendant, and the Attorney
General for the plaintiff. The caso
was argued and submitted. The
arguments were closed too late for
publication in to-day's issue, but
will appear at a latter date.
YOSEMITE SKATING RINK.
Following is the progamme to be
played at the Skating Kink to-morrow
Mai eh Secret Love
Waltz . ...Leialoha
Polka. . . Magic Trumpet
March Honolulu Ilillcs
Walt. Pi iucess Alexaudi la
PolU Skating Itink
" : Miculo
" Ehiku Aukakc
The last four selections will be for
ENGINE GO. MEETINGS.
Engine Co. No. 1 met at their
hall, King sheet, last night, First
Assistant Foreman L. Toussaint pre
siding. The Committee on parade
announced that a collation would be
served at 2 o'clock, after the parade
to-morrow. Seveial matters of busi
ness were disposed of in the usual
way. The company was called to
meet at 9:30 a. in. on Friday, to
participate in the annual parade.
ENGINE CO. NO. 2.
At a meeting of Engino Co. No.
2, held last evening, the following
olllccrs were elected : C. J. McCar
thy, Foreman ; Thos. Smith, First
Assistant Foreman ; James L. Tor
bert, Second Assistant Foreman;"
W. II. C. Greig, Secretary ; Henry
A Committee of five was appoint
ed to decorate the hall and engine
for parado day.
" II J UN ML HI
A most thrilling stampede of ex
press horses occurred early last even
ing, and a disastrous "smash-up"
resulted. An express driven by a
native statted tho racket, which be
gan out at Palama, about 200 yards
beyond Liliha street. The native's
caniage ran but a short distance,
when it was joined by another cx
'press, driven by I?obert Davis
The two runaway cxpiehscs started
for town for all they were worth.
When in fiont of the "Brewery
Depot" the foremost hack ran into
Mr. Chas. Lucas' brake, in which
were Mr. and Mrs. Lucas and child.
The brako was capsUcd but fortun
ately tho occupants were not hurt.
Mr. Lucas' horse on recovering its
balance, took the lead in the stam
pede and made for town, closely
followed by tho two carriages. Pass
ing the Kings stables, Lelco, l(obt.
Davis' hoiso, bolted for the
door, and Mr. Thomas Rawlins
and a native were knocked
down by the horse. Mr. Rawlins
was not hurt much, though the chair
on which he had been sitting, was
knocked to splinters. Tho nattvo
was pretty badly bruised and is con
fined to his bed, Tho caniage re
ceived but slight damages. 'J'ho
brake and carriage, joined later on
by another caniage, arrived at Fort
8treet,.whero a frightful collision
happened. Cannon's express, which
was at tho United Carriage Co.'s
stand, comer of King and Fort
streets, wheeled off and followed tho
brake. Manuel llctss' cartiago, also
at tlic above stand, turned out just
in fiont of the Second lunawuy ox
press, mid in an instant both horses
and carriages were in n heap. The
third cariiagc, tho ono picked
up, swerved off, cleared the wreck
nt the United Carriage Co.'s stand,
and was away. Mr. Lucas' horse,
with the brake, ran home, having
received no damages until tho stable
was reached, when ono of tho wheels
was dished by striking the door.
Cannon's horse was caught by being
boarded from the rear nml was
saved. The cook of the Hotel's
horse and carriage, the one that
cleared the wreck, was also caught.
Kciss' and the native's carriages
weic badly broken in the collision
above referred to, and their horses
somewhat cut. A crowd gathered
at Fort and King streets, and the
excitement was intense.
SALE OF THE TEA CUPPER' MIN.'
Our indefatigable lcporlcr lias
learned that the British bk "Min"
was sold for the sum of 811, ISO in
cluding her inventories of shiptackle,
sails, stoves, piovisions, etc. etc.,
being a clean transfer of the vessel
and every thing on board for the
above sum. Our repot tor was told
byMr.G.W. MacfaihuiC) who sold her
for the owners in Scotland, that a
formal transfer of the vessel will
take place to-morrow to her new
owners, Messrs. Foster, Jones, Ena,
and Godfrey, when she will be put
under the Hawaiian Flag and regis
tered as one of the Hawaiian Mer
chant Marine. It is generally con
ceded by the knowing ones among
our nautical men, that Messrs. Fos
& Co. have secured a great bargain
in ship purchase, but Mr. Macfar
lano says he is satisfied with the
price obtained, as it is the limit
placed by the owners on the vessel.
AVe expect to hear later of some
flying passages by this celebrated
SUPREME COURT IN EQUITY.
I'UI.L COUUT 5 JUSTICES.
Wednesday, Feb. 31.
The Court opened at 10:13 a. m.
and at 10.39 recess was taken till
1 i m. when the King vs. Rudolph
Cartw right vs. Everett. Excep
tions from October term, 1887.
Decision of the full Court by Dole
J. is read granting motion for new
C. Cieighton for plaintiff appel
lant; no appeal ancc for defendant.
W. C. Paikc, Assignee, vs. S.
Ami and Y. Alan ; wiit of error.
Decision reserved from January
term, ,1888. Oral decision i& tend
ered. Wiit is dismissed on gtound tiiat
application was made after statutory
limit of time. Decision of Mr. Jus
tice McCully was rendered May 7,
1887; application made for Writ
Nov. 9, 1887.
C. Cieighton for plaintiff; Ash
ford & Ashford for defendants ; the
petitioners for the wiit.
Thos. W. Evciett vs. Robert II.
Baker ; Alternative AVrit of Manda
mus. Continued till Thnrsday at 10 a.
m. at request of defendant, to allow
time to file answer and make return
Attorney-General C. W. Ashford
for the plaintiff; Rosa and Hatch for
For the month of Jan. 1888:
Tho total number of deaths lepotted
for the month of Jan. was -17, distii
buted as follows:
Under 1 year 10 Fiom 30 to -10.. 5
From 1 to 5 0 From 40 to fiO. . . t
From 5 to 10. . 1 Fiom fiO to 00. . . 2
Fiom 10 to 20... -1 Fiom CO to 70... r,
From 20 to 80... 7 Oor 70 8
Mukii,l Funnies, L'(i
Hawaiian M Gie.it Uiltain.... 1
Chinese 7 Aiueileaus 1
Poituguuso 0 Other nations.. . 2
C'AUSi: 01" DK.VTII.
Asthma 0 1 Lhaulion.
Anaemia 0 V
Consumption.. . 7
Dh. of Heart.... 'i
Hcinouhage .... :i
Hooping Cough,. 0
Old Ago !)
Number uuuttcmlul. . ...
Jan., 1881 155
Jan., 18S5 57
Jan., 18fc) 5(1
Jan., 1S87 58
Jan., 1SSS 17
Annual death rate per 1000 for mouth
Foit Stieet School..
St. Louis' College.
J. II. Biiown,
Agent Doaid of Health.
A HOT-WIHD DAY IN AUSTRALIA.
With strict impaitiality the hot
wind speeds alike down tho butter's
chjmnoy, formed of old kerosene
tins, and tho Klixabclhau stacks of
fashionable subutbau mansions;
chaiges up thu busy streets, flashes
through tho omuibuscs, in at ono
window nnd out of the other, like
tho clown in the pantomime. But
not all of it J not the six bushels I
Shake yourself and sec. Then it
spins along the suburban highways,
pounces down on tho scavcngcis'
heaps of dead leaves and other
odds and ends of unconsidered
trifles, and they arc gone, and their
place knows them no more. Poets
seeking new tropes and figures of
speech should try what can be made
of an Australian dust storm. Every
window in the cities is closed, and
the heated blast chafes and howls
about the casements in a frenzy of
impotent rage. Should any one in
cautiously turn a street coiner par
ticularly sprucely dressed, stiaight
way it makes for him. The air soon
becomes a combination of atoms as
lively as aerated waters. Tho whole
surrounding country seems shrouded
by an atmosphere which has been
whipped into the consistency of pea
soup. One side of the street is
sometimes as comparatively hidden
from tiie other side as by a Novem
ber fog in London. Woe to the un
lucky housemaid who has inadver
tently left open a single window!
Repentance in sackcloth and dust is
her condign punishment. And thus
the enemy speeds up and down the
day through. Tlje heat is stilling,
but people all seek to close every
avenue of approach. Batten down
and stew is the order of the day.
Of two evils it is by far the least ;
indeed, the only defense, and even'
port is closed as on board ship in
bad weather. Should the demon
succeed in effecting an entrance he
sweeps through the hall, tushes up
stairs, and bangs every door like a
maniac. The hotel kitchen is a
subject of special anxiety to the
functionaries concerned, and cer
tain venders of perishable commo
dities close their shops altogether.
The sun is a vast body 1,200,000
times as large and nearly 327,000
times as heavy as the eaith. That
which we sec of it ordinarily is a
white-hot central mass, which is,
really, only a part of tho great
globe. Next to this there is a
beautifully colored envelope from 5
thousand to ten thousand miles in
thickness, called the chromosphere,
while outside this is a comparativcly
dense atmosphere or corona stretch
ing away for at least one hundred
thousand miles, while beyond that
again there is a further atmospheie,
consisting to a large extent of
hydrogen, the lightest substance
known, reaching, it may be, a
million miles or more further into
space. Look at the sun shining
brightly above us ; it seems a pic
ture of quietude and stately grand
eur. In point of fact it is some
thing very diffeient. There is
nothing with which man is acquaint
ed that is in such uild confusion as
the surface of the sun. Talk of
startling volcanic eruptions, catth
quakes and storms ; the violence of
all terrestrial commotions bince the
world was inhabited would not equal
one hour's disturbance on the face
of that boiling caldron we call the
sun. A cyclone on the earth's sur
face timt whirls round at the rate of
100 miles an hour is a hurricane
carrying all before it; but there are
solar whirlwinds and fiery floods that
sweep along at the rate of 100 miles
a second. An eruption of Vesuvius
entombs Pompeii; but there are
momentary and unceasing eruptions
on tho sun in which tlic whole cartli
would melt with fervent heat and be
engulfed, so as to leave not a rack
behind except an inappreciable ad
dition to the sun's gaseous atmos
phere. rwmuu mi iim-iiuii
A horrible story comes from
Africa. Two travelers, George and
Annie Moor, were captuied by can
nibalistic natives and sent to the
chief of tho tribe as a present. The
chief ate George first, and then le
maiked with a sigh, "I've had
enough ; I can't eat Annie Moore."
Chanco to Procure a Good Paying
WING to my intended departure I
wUh to bull my CiKiir faloie and
Billltml lioom. Ihl is one of the licst
equipped Billiard Rooms in the town,
1 have four Tables of the reiy latest
designs, and one Pool Table with pa
42 lm o. j. McCarthy.
account uf departure from the
Kingdom I oiler thu fUu young
.Btalllon "Young Venture, Jr.," for sale,
Q years old, stands lu nanus iiigu, weigm
,100 1bi. This Iioi-bo wus bred on the
Islands by Mr. Horner, now at Luliaiui.
Ills diim wus a half I'utcben nnd hulf
llorgtin mure. Ho was fired by "Yeiinc
Venture." lie is without fault or die.
mish; guaranteed kind ud geutlu and
is a very promising colt. A hprolul
characteristic of the horte is his com
pact liulld. I also oiler the Stables and
Out lluildlngd, aho, a Glp and fine
llruho for sale, corner of 1'uuchhowl
and Queen btrtets, ut a bargain
40 tf CA1T. J. O. CIjUWKV.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise in the Daily iiULLiniM.
Goods Reduced in every department.
I beg to elate that it is impossible to announce a price list of every article in my store,
but my entire stoek 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 tho greatest inducements are offered.
Remember, it will pay you to visit tlie Temple of Fasliton during this Great Sale.
Children's Cashmere Vests, short sleeves, extra quality, reduced from 75c to 25c.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's Vests, in Balbrigan, Merino, Gauze, and all wool full lines,
Children's Sun Bonnets, from 50c to 15c. ; better qualities reduced j25 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 lo 1.75.
Ladies' calico wrappers, only 75c.
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 while dresses, only 50c.
Immense Bargains in Ladies W
Great Reduction im Embroideries, from 5c a yard up.
" " in every description of Laces.
" in Linen, Cambric and Silk Handkerchiefs.
" in "Window Curtains, prices reduced one half.
" in Undressed and Dressed Kid Gloves.
" in Lisle thread, Silk and Jersey Gloves and Mitts.
Eerue Window curtains, reduced to 1.75 pair.
Corsets Seduced one half of former price.
Great Reduction in Hosiery, Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and children's.
in Ladies' Parasols.
" " in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, &c.
Linen Figured Lawn to close out at reduced prices, 6 yards for 1.
DO NOT BUY YOUR DRESS GOODS UNTIL YOU LEARN 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.
29 lm . 3E2I3L3E8.I-.I03H:, 63 Sc 65 3E"ox-t t-
Jax. 11. No. 29.
60 Columns of Original Matter.
Ih now issued ami will be found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing (10 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu nnd
island news. Thei c is no better paper
published iu tho Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, including postago to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewett, Merchant itrcet,
nnd Bulletin' Olllcc.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE interest of Mr. Clarence Mac
farhuio in the mm of W1CST,
DOW Sz CO lni3 HiIh day been pur
chased by Mr Gideon Wtst, who ai.
Bumcs nil liiibilitlcs of sild firm. All
dobti due mtid 11 rm are duo and lyuble
to Mr. G. West.
WEST, DOW & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 14, 1883. i)
Mil. Q. WKST having become solo
owner of iho business can led nn
under the llrnt numo of West, Dow &.
Co., wilt, In future, carry on s-ild busi
ness under the ilnn immu nnd stylo of
G. WEST & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. lC.18tf8. 31) lm
ALL ptrtles having claims against
Ills Mnje3ty's Estuto are requested
tohuvethilr uccounts made out hi de
tail, sworn lo as to correctness, mid pre.
sent them to Col. 0. 1'. laukea, at the
ofilco of H. M's Chumberlaln, Hi nnlulu,
within three mouths fiom date of this
S. M. DAMON,
J. O OAHTElt,
O. 1. IAUKEA,
Trustees of Ills SUjejtj's EtHtu.
nonelulii, Nov. 21,1887. 02 3m
FOR SALE !
LOT, corner 1'ensacola
V and Lunalilo Ms, which
dlvldm into two or more building lots.
Enquire of O. WEST,
1554 Of West. Dow ii Co
MESSltS J. H. llllOWN ii CO. nro
authorized to collect accounts duo
J. E. llllOWN ii CO.
to me, and tlielr
leeelpt will te a sufll-
Honolulu, Jau, 8, J8S8.
"FOR 30 DAYS'
reduced one half.
Misses' and Children's Straw
Feathers and Tips.
Just deceived at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOEGS,
EASTMAN ' S ALOHA, 1IO YT' S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
Poi" Sale tvt DE&ea-sonalbl 3Prices.
WING WO TAI & CO.
Ml Xiiunnii Street,
Have just receded ox stmr "Alameda,"
a choice lot of
Embroidered Silk Tablo Covers,
" Pillow Cases,
Silk Saibcs, Sandal Wood'Fans, he, &c.
A l-o n largo lino of
China Mattintr, China Si Japan Tea,
Camphor Trunks, Itattan Chairs,
Japanese Bcrec ns, Provisions, &c.
MH J pliti Magooii is authorized to
collect for our account, nnd feign
Jan. 10, 1SSS.
1JHOWN As Ct.
F. EHLERS & CO.
Kteum WorliR. Knnnr Knutli
Tele, Bell 1 7a, Mutual 215
Depot, Merchant btreet.
Tele, Hell 172, Mutual 800.
Tahiti liiiuiiiiAb forks.
Tho undersigned having purchased
the business of the Tahiti Lemonade
Works, the depot has been removed to
No. 23 Merchant Btreet.
All orders for Aerated Weters manu.
fucturcd ut the above establishment will
receive prompt attention.
J. E. I1ROWNT & Co.
P. O. Uox 400. ' 1829
111. Are authorised
to collect forltbo
Honolulu Juno 6th, 1687, 67