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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islauda
Draw Exohaugo on tho
Buult ol GuliJ.'oi'nlix, . IT.
And their agents In '
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONO KONO.
Mcssra. N. M. llotluchlld & Eon, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Holland : Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, ami Wellington,
The Bank of BrliUh Oolumbh, Vic
toria, B. C ami Portland, Or.
Transact a Genem) I'ltikluir Business,
T 1 1 xa
Pledged to neither Sid nor Patty,
litit established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, FEB. 13, 1888.
We are pleased to sec that our
contemporary, the "Gazette," is
disposed to take a rational view of
our political outlook. It would be
idle to say that there nre no defects
existing or room for improvement
left; but wc will reiterate what this
paper has contended for over and
over again, that all necessary and
desirable reforms can be accom
plished in a quiet and peaceable
way under the constitution. Differ
ences of opinion in matters which
cannot be mathematically deter
mined arc to be expected, but there
is no sensible reason why the
should not be discussed calmly and
coolly. Such discussion will always
result in good. Whereas, impulsive
and heated outbursts, in which per
sons on the other side are called un
complimentary names, invariably
injure the utterer, produce bad blood
in the audience, and hint the cause.
The Hawaiian Kingdom made a new
departure from the time of our so
called revolution, out of which came
the present constitution, and we sec
no reason why under it there should
not be steady progress and improve
ment in our political and stale af
fairs. The Legislature was called
together in extra session, mainly, as
we understood, to deliberate on the
financial condition of the nation.
That body committed the mistake of
attempting to do too much, and in
that attempt got things rather mixed
and muddled. It took up matters
which should have been left for the
regular session in May. The House
was a little too fast, got too excited,
and was thus the means of exciting
the community. A little wild talk
and a few threats resulted. But
since then the atmosphere has gradu
ally cleared of the superabundance
of electricity, and is now calm and
quiet. Wo confidently hope and ex
pect that the past will not he soon
repeated in the future, and that con
servative counsels will dominate and
regulate the nation's polities and
THE RELATION OF THE EM
PLOYER TO THE EM
PLOYEES. Editor Bulletin: I have been
much interested of late 'in the arti
cles in the Bulletin with reference
to our young men; in what the
mothers have to say, and in the
various offers of help from the mem
bers of the Y. M. C. A., the W. C.
T. IT., and others connectud as
officers and members of our Chris
tian Churches. No ene has yet re
ferred to that class of businebs men,
.who hayc young men in their em
ploy, with whom they are in close
companionship hourly, daily, often
for years. These young men are
just in tho formativo period, when
the influences surrounding them
must be for good or for evil ; in
fluences which shall color their
wholo after-life as well as all other
lives with which they shall come in
contact. Not ono can say, "Am I
my brother's keeper?" but rather
"Am I not?"
A little personal experience may
not come amiss as an excuse for
this article. A young brother, for
whose guardianship I hold myself
responsible, desires a thorough
business education. Ho is through
school, with a well trained mind,
eager to succeed, willing to give
faithful service, practical, patient,
laborious, with good habits, and a
good record. 1 have asked a friend
to advibe me in procuring work for
him. When I have suggested such
a situation as seemingly desirable,
tho reply has come, "Yes, yes, it is
a good firm, a good business; hut
what of the associates ho will find in
such a place? Is he strong enough
to withstand all tho evil influences
which will most certainly Mirroiinil
him? Can one handle pitch and
not be deliled?" But, I reply, they
must all come more or less under
the direct personal influence of their
Christian employers. Then tho
question is put, "Don't you see it
is easier to do good to the masses,
join an association, and take them
all in, than single them out one by
ono, a word here, a word there, in
season and out of season ; find out
where they spend their earnings,
what books thoy aro reading, what
sort of homo influence they have,
aud where and how they spend their
sabbaths. If you should go to most
business men in this community,
you would bo surprised to see how
little they really know of their
clerks, outside of the business
hours." Has my fiieud put it too
Will not tho employers realize
that there is another side than the
money question ; that wheu pay Is
given for services rendered, this is
only a part of the obligation resting
upon them? Those at the head
should be themselves men of strict
integrity, unflinchingly scrupulous
in all business transactions, con
scientious, and firm in all dealings
with thoso who seivo them. Then
though the influence may bu a silent
one, it will surely tell upon all in
their employ. There have been
many men who have taken such a
stand. The church honors such
men; men of the world honor tliein.
If we had more such iu Honolulu,
we should see such a revival of
justice, temperance and morality as
wc do not now see. Meanwhile,
my brother waits for a position.
Where shall he find it' asks his
ABUSE OF CHILDREN.
EniTOit Bulletin: A society for
the prevention of cruelty to chil
dren, is one of the pressing needs
of this community. Such a society
properly organized, with an cfllciont
and active corps of ollieer, would do
an incalculable amount of good by
suppiessiug the many abuses that
children are now subject to in this
city. This thought suggested itself
by a very recent occurrence, where a
child of tender years was most in
humanly punished, not by its
parents, but by it relatives, for an
imagined offense. The little suffer
er's body bears fearful maiks of a
most brutal beating, and as there is
no societ- for the prevention of
such treatment, some kind neigh
bors have volunteered to take the
matter in hand and have the affair
investigated. This is not an isolated
instance. There are many such
cases, of frequent occurrence. Chil
dren of both sexes ate daily seen on
our streets, staggering under loads
large enough for an able-bodied man
to carry, aud are subjected to i'l
sorts of hardships and privations;
perhaps from necessity in some
cases, but in a large majority of
them these poor children arc obliged
to toil from morning till night to
support in laziness and indolence a
wretch of a father. There is an ex
tensive field of work in this com
munity for such a society, and the
interests of humanity demand that
something should be done to relieve
the abuse, and for ever put a stop
to the inhuman treatment of chil
AFTER YOUHG MEH.
Editor Bulletin: My attention
has been attracted for the past week
or two by the various devices recom
mended to roach young men. I
don't like to intrude and am not in
the habit of stepping on people's
corns, but 1 would respectfully ask
if it doesn't look something like a
sensation gotten up more or less
to exercise their very cheap and de
fective interests in the young men
of Honolulu. True, there may be
earnest, sincere workers in this
cause, hut as far as 1 can see, with
few exceptions, it invariably turns
out similar to our quaiantiue legu
lations a faice.
Now, I don't criticize, especially
those who mean well, but for a pliu'e
where tho scriptures are so plenti
fully handledas here, it seems as if
more good should be accomplished.
I have been in Honolulu quite a
while, during which time some gi
gantic schemes have been suggested
and undertaken, but like the one
now in its last struggles, for 'the
want of some young men, have
proved unsuccessful, and the last
remnant is only found in tho news
papers. 1 don't write much ; in fact, it is
not my business, but I believe in
writing one's own candid thoughts,
and not to please any particular
In regard to reaching young men,
I think it could he accomplished
without a bounty. My motto would
be, and I think most young men
will indorse it to give the young
man your good will; convinco linn
that you hympnthise with him, that
you are interested in his welfare,
although he be not confined to any
particular society, recognise him on
the street, even though he has his
working clothes on, for it is not our
fault, but our misfoitune, that wo
arc not all born rich. Then tho
young man will have soino manifes
tation that you have sonic interest
in him, and I guarantee ho will bo
more c.isih convinced and handled.
Until he is influenced in this way,
and not used as a missionary bul
letin board, reformed young men
will bo as bcarce as chickens' teeth
in an empty henhouse,
H. A. Juln.
The Binghamton "Leader" says:
It is leap year, and it lias just been
1,000 years since there were as many
8's in tho year as wo have just now.
It is a good time for old bachelors
to cogit-8, tho girl to rociproc-8 and
A STORY OF THE PAST.
Salt Lake, Jan. 14. Tho dispatch
from Kansas City to the effect that
Captain John Tobin is about to in
stitute a suit in this city to recover
eighty acres of land near tho warm
springs, worth 81,000,000, is be
lieved to havo no foundation in fact
by thoso in a position to know. No
stops havo been taken in the Courts
hero, and parties living on tho land
in question have heard nothing of
the contemplated suit.
John Tobin came to Utah in 1851
with Captain Gunnison, and shortly
thereafter went to Ogden, where he
enlisted in tho regular army as a
private, and served live years. He
returned to Uiah in 1858, and
shortly after married a daughter of
one of tho twelve apostles of the
Moi mon Church. His man iagc was
distasteful to the church authorities
and an edict went forth that he
must leave the Territory. He start
ed for California, and just before
reaching the Nevada line, was over
taken by a band of Dauitcs, led by
Bill Hickman, and shut. He fell to
the ground apparently dead, and
his assailants fled. But Captain
Tobin was not killed. A bullet had
penetrated one of his eyes, and he
was shortly after picked up by the
overland mail wagon aud taken to
California, where he lived until
1SG0, when he joined the army soon
after the war broke out, and served
till its close. Since then he has been
living in Illinois, Iowa aud Missouri,
and periodically tho story appears
about his claim to some land in
Utah. His wife, whom he was
forced to leave foit3 years ago. mar
ried again and still lives here. A
daughter, the result of that mar
riage, who has never seen her father,
but who corresponds with him, says
she lias a letter written by her
fat Ire r on this land question, whore
in he disclaims any knowledge of
the origin of the story, and says
distinctly that he has no properly
or claim to property iu this Terii-torv.
A RED AUS'lIULIAN PVRUOT,
lrom tin; resii'cme oflr. Henry
DivK A icward will be piid fo' lis
iu urn. 01 It
rpiIE public, i- hereby noised that I
JL have fold all my riglil, tillu and
intercut of my pusscm W ixpics lmsi
iw- in the city of 11m 1 .In to. P. O.
Schumaii. a. LESSER.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 18JH. CI 3t
at Pallidum House
cniilain ample convenience
for a mtdiiiiu tized fainih, has li.Uutcs
and lmiuovi-mci.ti ol the 1 te t Ml s,
and i-.b did on a lirgo lot, 200UO0 f il.
Location is too well l;nou toi In si'ili
and uea uy to need irroninicuding. For
fuither mu titulars apply 'o
Men luut .-ttct.
Honolulu, Feb. IS, lfS-l. Ul lw
41 Vestiges of the Molten Globe."
The Earth's Surface, Features and
To lie had at J. H S' PEU & CO.'.S
S'atinnoiy "-tine, ili'tcliHiit sticet
C-N,H Tills book contain, a full
account iind discission of Vilonnie
Phenomena io gim.-r.-il and Ilawailin
Yo tanois in paniciilai, villi u map of
lhe Uioup t-liowiin; all lhe lvcmi Ina
Flows, (.r.iiei., ele. CI at
o Stand this.Season
AT HAIKU, MAUI.
Tho Thoroughbicd II011.0
tfN(l5i!slMroiijili, a dnrk liay.uorso
with 1 lick point.. Iuiroitcd fiom Syd.
noy. N, 8 W , lus1 ,ear.
Usi3iiubi'tKiii Is a Mrlctly
thoioiiyhbrcd hotse, not by "Yatten.
don" out of "Mliollno" by "Ilialr
Athol," out ot ' ILiliGHfi," etc., He.
"lilair Ailir.l," (ft'itsiMbosM.w'xirs
frratulslii', nd for IMUW) g-. ,n J2-U'.
land, in 1R73, while hb yra iddam
'H.ibena" ws Ilia winner of the 1,000
gs, in England.
tar tujisih of sisitYIOE, Bao.-cj
U. P. BALDWIN,
O Sw Haiku, Maul.
Estate of WILLIAM TURNER, Deceased.
WILLIAM TUIiNKlt, a naturalized
citizen of lliu Uiilled btniei, of
Engli-h binli, died la tho city r f Hono
lulu 011 tlio 7li iiltn. As ho died In.
lesiali!, leaviiifr. no mill orliy lor the set
llumonl of Uia eMaie. Ilmve'tikcn charge
of the sumc, and will admlni-ier upon
It. Prisons huvluij claims ngalntt the
cttato will picsciit lluin at the U, S.
C'onfaulaie within thirty diys iioin this
date, and jersnts knowing then fohe
to be indib'cu aio jeqne t.-d to imiko
settlement by that dale.
J. JJ. PUTNAM,
GJ3louw U. H. Cunfcul.Uuuiual.
nrHE ifmlerslKiud wifluu to buy a
JL goon; "PHAETON."
CO 8t W. O. BMITH.
feW ' VT
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, Feb'y lOtli,
At 10 o'clohk a. M., a tho ptcmisos, No.
20 Luualilo sttc 1. "bird liouso from
thu cot nor ,ol Peu arola uri-ui)
adloli lug the lMsldci'ce of
ilr J. Mini", I wilt sell
account of ibs
Tho Entire Household Furniture I
' ' COM 111 191 NO'
1 NewMiHiueck Grind Orchestral 7f
Oct ivi- Pi 1110 v lucd n.t SJ'-CO,
Upholstered llwl IrmtH'o in ml plush,
1 Carved lllark W'u.uutM. T. lljdroom
1 Pine Bedroom Set,
Koa and .lapinrgi Tables,
Mirrors and Chandeliers,
Cuitains and Poles,
Webstor's Dictionary and Stands I
I Koa Bedroom Sei5
Crockery, Glas anil Silver wnte,
1 isew bli gcr bowing Machine,
1 Superior Cooking Stove !
Etc., Lie, Eto , Etc. '
1 Family Carriage- llorsc safe for a
lady to diive,
1 &ut of Hiu'ius,
ONE TOP BUGGY.
KB-rieinises npin for In'pection 011
TUESDAY, Fibril try 14 h, fjom U a. m.
to 3 1. M.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
59 td ' A lid turner.
PU11NISHED 110 OM.
AGENTJEMAN can get a well
furnlslicil 100111 (if de-iit-d wiih
board.) Location abiui 10 milium.'
walk lrom Po-.t office. Please apply at
the olliec of the IsuLi.mi.N. 5- tl
TWO Itioms, iu Wilder & Co 's tone
Wuiuhoutc, oppmile l.iki-Iiku
Wharf. -U'IIjDEH & CO.
14 , pOTTA'iE at Waikiki.
mw-'..i etc. Uv'iit very nmtieiato
A iph 10 J. E imOWN & C ),
CO if 28 Mi ichaiiti-t'-ect.
rrWO nicely fuinihhed 100ms in a pti
JL vate family with or i bout boatd,
iilout 10 liiiuti e-. walk in m the Post
iflleu fnqnlr nt 11 i oiili-.-. ! 2
AF. MADEIUOSj.v CO., merchant
tiilor. ha.e the plcasnit 1 1 in
lonii thin- eut-lome'S, th.U thev have
letnoVLd theii Uiilor n establishment
fiom Gonsuhc iv Co s suae to toincr
ol Union un I Ho'el siren wlieietbey
will be jilad to lccito a uill fiom their
tn t umTs, and fiom the public in
Kcnetal. C8 lni
J HEREBY notify .lhe Mutual Tele,
phono C 1. that, uuls they remove
lhtir telephone polo braces oil my pie
inl es, at tho lii-ni) of Eninia Ktieei, b -t".con
1 ow Mid Weilnc-biv, th" 14 h in.
st nt, I shall remove th m tn,Be f.
1JKN .IO . luAAl'IO
Honolulu, Fob. !). 188:!. 01 lw
ALL hills du"the undersigned, eon.
tnicted pi lor to lKcemuei ill, U87,
muM be, paid before the end ol tho cui.
rent month, or tiny wiU ho placed in
tho hainU of a col ector who will have
iiibtiuciioui to enforce t-e'tlcmeet.
I. B. KIRK,
GOw M r. hum Tailor.
nPHE Ltuu Kcu Com) any will do a
.JL general iituil nicicaiiiilo biifinei-s
at Knpaii. Ieliuid of Kauai, and Con
Olmok in tho a annzer of ,tald hutlnots,
mill ba-t lull auihoilly to sijui tho.llrm
munii in all matteit, tippertaiiiii g.to uald
biibincss J.U.M KEr. CO.
ALL aceountsjlui) Miv. A, M. MellU
of ilx imuiTlih and ovrr, will bo
pluccd in a Collectors kinds without
fuittier nbtlcu if not t aid by the 15 h,
ln-t. MPS. A. M M hi LIS,
Bl 2vv 17 Emma tiret.
Xfll. John Mag' on is aulhcrlyed to
liJL collect for our aeceuat, and s-ign
itrelpis. J. K. UllOWN & CO.
.Ian. 10, 1833. S5
AT Iho annual nicetlrj; of tho Htiir
Mill Co. htdd at tho (Hiiro of Win.
(1, ln in & 0i . on Wednetd iy, February
8. 'S 8, the lollowlug i lllcii-b wnu duly
tlccied to Ft-ro lor thu eiiiiiii g year:
John lliu I f . . Pi t'bldent,
Jame ltuitoii, ... .ViOtPiesiiJj-iit,
Wm, G. irwin &
lkniy H. Rcnloii Auditor,
Wm. G linIN.
01 3t t-u-iojir)-,
qHE DAILY BULLETIN -Tho
X most popular paper publiBhoa.
All prr'oiis aro hereby forbid,
don Irrm excavating, dlggliR
or depositing rubbish in tho
Rtrccls of this district, wi hout
tho written onkr of tholtSad
H. F. IIKIIBARD,
03 lm Komi, O.thu.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will Have Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, Feb. 14,
For Freight or Pas-age, apply to
WM, G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
White Bros.' Portland Cement
IN QANT1TIES TO SUIT--.
WILDER & CO.
51 2v f -
New York Line.
An Al vessel will be despatched by
this Lim foi Honolulu, to Uae
Now "i'oik iu all May.
For further Information apply to
W. H. CE0S3MAN & BRO.,
CASTLE & COOKE,
FROM THE BEST IMPORTED STOCK BRED
ON "KUAL0A RANCH."
10 joung Stillions fir(d bv the cele
brated hot'HS'-Boswell" mid '-Trinmph "
A n mber of lierefoid, lliuliam and
Annus Hulls. "
100 he id of fine well bred Heifers, in
lots to suit.
'0 flue Mules suitable for plantation
C. H. JUDD.
" 3B X-. TJ D S3C E It,"
Will stand at the Enterprise ltanch for
a limited number of mares.
Apply to J. A. Magoon, agent. 42
Mcichant Etroet, or to Sihano de No.
bri:a, at the Unteipiisu lhuiel head
of Wyllie street, Nuuauu Valley,
A Chance to Procure a Good Paying
OWING to my intended departure I
wl-h to sell my CIgai Store and
BiHitud Unoin. 'Ihla is one of tho best
equipped Billiaid Rooms in lhe town.
I have four Tables ( f thu veiy lalest
deigns, ind oiiu Pool Table with pa.
42 lm C. J. MCCARTHY.
Notice of Election,
AT Ihb annual m .nig of C. Brewer
&, Co., LM , ufld this day, tho fol.
lowing hue cd pptsonu'wcrc elected as
olllcers for tho ensuing your:
P. O. Joues President,
P. C. Jones Muiager,
J. O. Carter., Utcreiary,
J. O. Carter Tre.isuier,
W. F. Allen Auditor,
Hon. C. R. Bl-hop, Sam'l O. Allun and
lion. II. Waterho'iso Dirtctors.
J. O. OARTHR. Seeretiify.
O. Brewer & Co.
Honolulu, Fehruaiy 1, 18S8. C-l lm
Dissolution' of Partnership,
rpiirc inicrcst of Mr. Clarence Mae.
X fai lane in tho linn of WEST,
DOW Ss CO hai this day been pur
oha til by Mr Gideon Wist, who a.
Mimes all lhibilillub of stld him. All
debts dun said Hun aiu duo and payable
io Mr. O. Wet,
WERT, DOW & CO.
Honolulu, Jan, 14, lSdti.
"flt. O. WKST having becomo solo
It J. oiwicr of lliu bubinesi can led on
under tho liim name of West, Dow &
Ce., wilt, in future, carry on Bald busi
iieb under the lirm nainu nud Mylo of
G. WEST & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. in, 18:8. Sl lm
JOB PRINTING of all kinds cxp.
cuted at tho Daily Bulletin Office
Ib- fe il t B
xymmniSUMAvmrniuJH igxwcomii wtmaiMlm mm
IS NOW OPENING A LARGE AND MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
Ladies', ami M (MM Boots and Shoes.,.
Carefully selected by Mr. Gcrtz while in tho Stales.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
SiVlORE GOODS COMING
3 I CD
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O B O
THE Remington Typewriter is the
Mnndanl wiiiiiijj uincliiiici of the
world. It priuls 70 o ar.ic'eis, or with
certain Cdnblnation abnu'1 80 churaclers,
wiih the (ipcratien of only 89 lieyt. The
machine i860 simple that any one ean
wnte wi h il, and its inanipuhiion is so
cisily uudtrstood, that but little pr.ic
tice is icq'iiicd to enable the operator to
acquire facility in its use. The avcrapo
speed of the peu is from 15 to 20
words per minute, and i ho averajie speed
of the type writiri- fiom 40 to tO uokU
per minute. Time spent in writing
with the pen is at least two thiids
Orders for lhe al'ove 'ni-tiumcnt may
lie lift with iho undersigned at the Of
lice of W. G. Iiwiu & Uo , and wlil ie
ceive prompt attention The ui.d r-ign.
cd is also prepared to giro .purchasers
lull iiif-tructions as to tho use of the
For fur her paitieulars applv to
W. M. GIFFARD,
NEW CHOP HOUSE.
The undersigned respectfully notify
w "lie public, tlnjj-, they have
(Next above the Custom Hou.e; '
First Class tChop and lunch House,
Where lheirjiation are assured of re.
ceiYjug nothing but what is
flist class iu tood, cooking
EST NO CHINESE AflE EMPLOYED -a
By strict attention to bu&inesa and an
earnest endeavor to ploaf e our patrons,
we solicit your patronage.
UAIIKlOIt & McLEAN.
(Lincoln Block, King Street.)
IJPSTAIHS la a i-elect Dining Room
wheio Poultry, if desired, will bo served
time times a day. This loom has Clean
Table Diriou, Sliver Plated Ware, New
China, civil and aitenttvu waiters, and
the Table is supplied with every deli,
racy lhe Markets ailoid,
Rates, $6.00 per Week.
DOWNSTAIRS, lhe Geneinl Reslau
raui, is well supplied witli Chun aud
Subttanllal Ford ot many vailctios.
Board, $4.50 per Week.
First Class Cooking a Specialty,
40 4m . AJOIHEE.
aMLTaoeiAwBgwjBlgauw jw 'jj'wjjijww jucuarifltejtwnj
BY NEXT STEAMER."!
Bell Tel. 172. " Mutual Tu!. iJOO.
P. O. Box 4G9.
Fiio Proof Slone Building,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
General Agency foi Haw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at Boston with the Azores
Through tickets gianted from Honolulu
Meichandife etoicd and sold en com.
mission. Consignments solicited.
Propntic leased, rented and sold.
Lcijal documents drawn.
Book audited and adjusted.
Authorized eollector, Mr. C. Clarke.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
2S Merchant Street.
High Class Aerated Yaters, ''
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
S8 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
23 Merchant Street.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine a Cream Soda.
Orders promptly attended to.
7(5 cents per dozen, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
23 Merchant Street.
Plun Soda, equal to Schweppes. 33
S3 3BLX1N SSi'SI
Skating! Skating! Skating!
Commencing January Gth,
For Ladies and theirEscorls.
Every Friday Evening will ho kopt
peilectly belect for Indies &, gentlemtn.
Hand lu Attendauce.
THOJUM ID. VA-XilL,,
1(101 Proprietor. lyr
By Iho S. S. "Austialia" 8lh February,
---.AND NOW ON SALE--.
California OrangcS".primo sample, Barrels
Saurkraut. Kegs Saurliraut, Crates White
Heart Cabbago, Colory on Ico,
AND ALti SVASONAWB VAUIKTIES OF
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A large consignment of
Potatoes, FIgj, Canned Fruits, Jelliep,
JauiH, Prunes, Raisins, OheitnuiM, Wal.
mils, Htirdnuts, Alinondniitp, Canned
Tomatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc., Eic, Etc.
E2TL0W PHICE TO SUIT THE TIMES-a
CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET,
00 King street, Honolulu, tf
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO,
Aio authorised to collect for the
Honolulu June 8th, 1887. 07
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