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The Commercial Hank Co., of Sjdncy,
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Tho Rank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Cliristclmrcli, and Wellington,
Tho Hank of llrliisli Cohimliln, Vic
torla, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Ranking Business.
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Mill cttablfrlicd foi the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, FKn. 1-i, 1888.
Wc would offer n suggestion to
the gentleman who have the getting
up of the "Paradise of the Pacific."
It is this : in our opinion it is a mis
take to publish articles which are so
lengthy that they cannot he con
cluded in one issue, but lnuc to be
"continued." The paper should be
made up of short, pithy articles,
each one complete in the issues in
which it begins. The reason is,
that the "Paradise of the Pacific"
will be mainly read by people abioad
who arc not regular subsciibcrs,
many of whom will probably not sec
the "next issue" in which the arti
cles arc to be continued. "Con
tinued" articles are all very well for
a paper whose constituency is coin
Dosed of regular subsciibcrs, but
they are not the tiling for the
"Paradise of the Pacific." Our
suggestion is kindly meant, in the
interest of the paper, and wc trust
it will be adopted.
"UIV"ILJILVI UJJ .
MAKE NO DIFFERENCE.
It is the boast of Englishmen that
British law applies alike to all
classes and that its executors aro
impartial in its administration.
Whether the boast is hollow or sub
stantial, whether it is sustained by
the lecoids or falsified by facts, the
condition of equality befoie the
law is desirable everywhere. It is
sometimes complained that the laws
of the Hawaiian Kingdom arc not
always impartially administered,
and that one man who disobeys its
mandate is made to answer for the
infraction, while another whose
position may be higher but who com
mits the same oifence is allowed to
go free. Whether theie is ground
for the complaint or not, whether
the charge is true or false, it is a
condition to be depi coated. What
is sauce for the goose is sauce for
the gander, and what is law for one
is law for all. If the law is violated,
its penalty shall fall on the violator,
regardless of rank, position, or
BLAINE IN THE WEST.
Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 18
Fifteen counties were represented by
about J100 delegates in a convention '
of the Kepublipans of the State held
here to-day for the puipose of or
ganizing a State league.
Ex-Lieutenant Governor Baito
was made permanent chairman, and
enthusiastic preliminary speeches
were made. A committee on or
ganization was nppointed, and it
was resolved on Feb. 2 to form a
State league, on the plan proposed
by the national league. Jn the inter
val, local leagues will be oiganized
in ail the towns and villages in the
Your coirespondent inteiviewcd
oyer 100 of the best known dele
gates, these questions being asked :
First Do you think the time has
come for a liberal reduction of the
taiifT, due regard being given to the
production of such American in
dustiies may still need the aid of
the protective system, and which
aro not abusing the advantages it
Second Do you think James G.
Blaine the best presidential nominee
for the Republicans V
Tho prevailing sentiment was
found to be strongly in favor of
tariff rcfoim. As to "just what that
lcform should be there was no
agreement. A remaikably laigc
number of those intenicwed weie
enthusiastic for Blaine, while they
admitted that they weie not in
sympathy with his tariff views.
Scarcely any other name was men
tioned. The following arc a few of the
Individual opinions; Freeman 1'.
Lane, "I don't believe the Repub
lican part' iu Minncsotta should
commit itself to any candidate,"
said lie, "but it bhould bend a dele
gation to Chicago whoso only in
stiuctions should bo to vote for tho
candidate -who will win, ami, in
- - t
addition, n candidate who can
pledge himself to a lcasonable to
(luction of tho tut ill'."
W. V. lliaden, Ktatu nudiloi,
said: "I nm n piolcotionisl from in
stinct, without being tililo lo give
any intelligent 1 canon (or it. !
noVcr was a Maine howler, although,
just at. present, 1 htnu no other
choice in the party. 1 think we can
carry tinncsolta 'for a pretty mean
Tains llixby . 1 am very strongly
in favor of the material reduction of
the tariff, lint 1 am placed in the
paradoxical position of favoring J.
G. Hlalne for piesidcnl, but yet not
agreeing at all with his opinions.
A. Baro, Sauk Ccntic, the chair
man of the meeting: Yes, 1 faor
taiiff reform, but 1 would lather not
sav as to Blaine. The nominee of
the convention is my man. l woum
like to sec Blaine picsident, but 1
don't think he is the most nvailablc
"I believe in taiiff lcfoim, in
ceiy sense of the word," remaiked
lion Lorcn Fletcher. When asked
if he thought Blaine tho most avail
able candidate for the Republicans
in 188S, he lowcied his left eyelid
just a bit and said, "1 am in favor
"of the nominees of the Republican
party fiom the picsident down lo
the offee of coroner in each county."
"The time has come, I think,"
leplicdllon. . B. Langdon, for
some change in our tariff system,
but I would always keep in view
protection of all American interests.
1 don't believe that Blaine is the
most available candidate. AVc tried
him once and he failed us."
John Stenctt, the rcpicscntative
of the colored element of the party
at this meeting, was in favor of high
taiiff and James G. Blaine, and
said that rutin us from prominent
coloied men thioughout the country
showed them unanimous for Blaine.
HELD AT DAY BY A pfEDDE.
Never was that empire (of France
in Algeria) in such danger as in the
Fianco-Gcrman War. A soon as it
was going against the Ficnch, their
troops weie lecalled fiom Africa lo
take pait in the great struggle at
home till Algeria was left almost
Then the hour for which the con
quered laces had long waited, had
come, aim it tucy couki at once
hae joined their forces and pio
clainicd a holy war, it is altogether
probable that the French would
have been diiven from Northern
Africa. They might have lcgained
Algetia after the German War was
over, but only by a repetition of tho
years of lighting which it cost to
conquer it. That the tiibes did not
take advantage ol this, and lisc
while the Ficnch had their hands
lull on the other side of the Medi
tcuanean, was owing i holly to their
fidelity to asolcmn pledge.
When the war broke out, a chief
of great influence among the tribes,
Mokiani, gave Ins woid to tho Gov
ei noi -General that there would be
no insuriection while the war lasted.
Thai word was faithfully kept. The
French arms weie followed by dis
aster after disaster; Napoleon sur
rendered at Sedan and Bazaine sui-
rcndeied at Met.. Then it seemed
as if a voice fiom the Rhine called
lo the tribes of Kabylia to seize an
opportunity which might never come
again. But not a man stiried; nor
yet when all the defeats and dis
graces of the war culminated in the
siege and suiiender of Paris. The
Moslem's faith was plighted; the
Moslem's faith was kept! But
when all was over, when the last
battle was fought and the tieatyof
peace had been signed at Franklort,
then Mokrani was leleascd fiom Ins
pledge, and then, and not till then,
did lie declaic war. And still he
would not lak'c an unfair adantage,
but gave foily-eight hours' notice.
Then the war cry went through the
mountains and the tubes lushed to
the field. They lought desperately,
not only destioying towns, but lay
ing siege to foitilied places. Even
Fort Napoleon, now Fori National,
the strongest foi tress in Kabylia,
had to sustain a siege of over two
months before tho French tioops
could come to its leliel. But the
end was ine liable, for as soon as
the Ficnch troops were fieed from
duty at home, they came in large
divisions across the Mediteriancnn.
Seeing that all was lost, Mokiani
put himself at the head of his tioops
lor the last battle, and dashing to
the fiont, "Jorcmost, lighting des
The war was ended, and tho Ka
byles weie .subdued, but with no
loss of reputation for courage, and
witli incieaso of honor, in that they
had kept faith, even with unbeliev
ers; and it was fitting that the
French should themselves ciect a
monument to mark the spot where
this noble enemy perished. Such
fidelity, coupled with valor in war
and industry in peace, with intense
loyo of country and courage in de
fending it, nre enough to redeem a
whole people from the repioach of
barbarism. Scribncr's Magazine
Why (Ioch a wooden-legged
man hiirnusc you,-'
2, Why nre vouiig ladies like
.'). "What is the difference be
tween a hiiuly-gurdy man and a
1. Which is the moht ili&sipatcii
city in tlio world?
5, When is a baby a lour-footed
G. When ib a good tea like pure
i' - r
7. What vico li that which is
ficqucntly advisablo to follow?
8. When is u butlcrlly like a
0. What time by the clock is the
best for a pun?
10. Why do ladies have to iu
plenish their wauliobe bo often?
11. What ia the difference be
tween a railway liain and an insol
12. Why is the indoiseV of a pro
inisory note called a surely?
1!).' Why is a hotel ghost like a
11. Why arc good husbands like
dough? ' "
If). When is a chimney like a
1. Because he is ono foot less
than when born.
2. Because you can never find
their metal until you have given
them a ring.
'). One is an oigan guilder the
other a giinding oigan.
1. Berlin, for it i always on the
o. mien it is a lime near iuccry.
0. When it is well drawn.
.S. When it alights on tulips.
D. A joke lake takes best when
it stiikes one.
10. Because their new clothes aro
sure to be worn out as -oon as tlicy
11. In one case the break causes
a stoppage, in the other the stoppage
causes the break.
12. Because he is almost sure to
have to pay it.
l.'i. Because it is an inn-spcetrc.
11. Because women need them.
1j. When it is a little foul.
G. A, B. Notice,
1IKA11QI VUll'.llS, Gr.o. W
1'osi, o. 15. l)i:rr.
or Uai.i- I
i oi:m. G. A. 11.
llONor.ri.r. IVbiuaiy It. 1SSS
There will be a reeular inert,
ing of ibis PoM THIS(Tue
iluj) nVKNTNO. in it Hall,
Km? stici t, at 7-aO o'clock. A
full miemUncc is requested.
J. V. Noma:,
Adjutant. 03 It
FROM the diav ol Cille & Cooke, a
pirkapo walked "P. P," l'ah,
containing one SIIAT.R WATCH. A
suitable lewnrd ivill be paid to anyone
returning the E.aine to Castle & Cooke.
A REGULAR qii'iiteily niPelini; of
tlio Union Kci'd Co, (Limited),
will beheld at tin- f'ompamS olllce, ub
THURSDAY, Hie Kilh instant, at 12
S T. GRAHAM,
fn2t Scfietary'U.,!'. Co.
THE public is hereby notified that T
liaosold all my right, title and
inteict of my passenger cxpio-s. busi.
nuss in the city of Honolulu to E. G.
Pchum.in. B. LESSER.
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 188. Cl 31
at I'unnhou. House
contain1- ample convenience
for . i medium fied family, has llxtuics
and improvement-, of the latest stles,
and is b'lilil on a 1 iro lot, 20TK3QO fct.
Loi ition is loo well known for health
and brauty to need urommending. For
fin t her paiticnlais apply io
.1. A. MAGOON,
Honolulu, Feb. 13, 1883. 01 lw
ST PUBLISHED !
"Vestiges of the Molten Globe."
The Earth's Surface, Features and
To bo had at J. II SOl'KIt & CO.'S
Stationery ftoie Merchant st'teet.
tSTN.U. This hook contaliif a full
account and dibcussion. of Volcanic
Phenomena In general and Hawaiian
Volcanoes in particular, with a map of
the Group showing all llio leccnt Lhmi
Flows, Craterf, etc. t 01 3t
To Slant! ihis Season
AT HAIKU, MAUI.
The Thornughbied Iloibo
(xiiiiiHlinroiiKli. dnrk bay horse
wllh black points Imported lrom 8yd.
ney. N, S. W., laHt year.
iiniiiHlMrouKli is a strictly
thoioughbied horbe, got by "1 alien,
don" out of "AthOline" by "Blair
Atliol," out of "Hahena," etc., etc.
"Blair Alhol," CSiiiiiNboronsli'H
gniiidbiie, sold foi 12 000 gt. iu Eng.
iiind, in 1873, whllo his giaiiddnm
"H.ibcna" w.is the winner of the 1,000
gs, iu England.
ira-TJ'.HHIH or HKKVIGU, 30.-e
ir. P. BALDWIN,
01 2w Haiku, Maui.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
J. iidvtiiiic iu tho Daily Bulletin.
"'' - i i
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, Feb'y.lptli,
Al 10 o'clock a. m., al the pictures", No.
!20 liiumlilo Mmh.I, Cthltd liuuso fiom
the corner of I'cnsacolu pfcel)
adjoining thu icsldenee of
Mr .1. I.iica", I will 'sell
Tho Entire Household Furniture!
1 New Mntliusek Giund Oiohntriil 7l
Ocline Phno vilucd at $800,
Upholskicd lied Lnuiu'e in red plush,
1 Cm vol Ulaoli Walnut M. T. Bedroom
set 7 niece", I w
1 Pine Bedroom Set,
1 I-..- 1 T-. ....,, flV.l.l - J
Jtivrors and Cliandellcis,
Cuita'tns and Poles.
Water's Dictionary and Stands
Crockciy, Glass and Sihoi waie,
llsow Singer Sowing Machine,
1 Superior Cooking Stove
Etc., Etc., Etc , Etc.
1 Family Canine Horse tafo foi a
lady to dine,
1 bet of UarucbJ,
ONE TOP BUGGY.
B" Premises open for inspection en
TUESDAY, Fcbrnuy 14th, from 0 A. si.
to 3 1". M.
JAS. F. MOItGAN,
59 Id Auctioneer.
A GENTLEMAN can get n well
furnished loom (if desiied with
board.) Location aliout 10 mitiiitLs'
walk fiom Pol onice. Please apply at
Uic ollleu of the bUHXUN. 02 tt
rpWO It wins, iu Wilder & Co'.s Stone
JL Waiehouse, oppoi-ile Likcllkc
Whaif. WILDER & 00.
ClOTTAGE at Waikiki.
I Laigc yaid". inblts,
etc. Rent veiv mndei.ite
J. E UROWN & CO,
.28 Merchant street.
TWO nicely-furnished rooms in a pri.
vale family with or without board,
alout 10 minute? wnlk from the PosU
ofllcu Inquire at tld?. olllc'e. 5 2w
A F. M AOEIROS A
J.t tailord. -have the nle.wuie to in
lonn thtii customeiB, lluit they hive
icmovcd their tailoring establishment
from Gonsalvos Aj (Jo 'a store to eoiner
ot Union and Hotel stteet wheiotliey
will he glad to receive a call from their
ru-timerd, and from the public in
general. , C8 lm
iHEKBBY notify the Mutual Tele,
phono Cothat, unless they remove
their lolcphouc polo braces oil my pre.
mlscs, at the lfead of Emma street, be
tween now and Wednesday, the Uth in
stint, I shall remove them myself.
BEN JOi: 1GNAOIO.
Honolulu, Feb. 0, 1888. Gl lw
' ' NOTICE. f '
ALL bills dun the undersigned, eon
traded prior to December HI, lfc87,
mtiBt be paid'beforo the end of the cur.
'rent inoith, or tjity will die placed In
the hands of n collector who will'have
' L. B. ICKRR,
Mt re-hnnt Tailor.
rpiIE .Luin Kco Company will do n
X geuenil lUall niercantilo businejs
nt Ktipaa, Islnnd of Kauai, and Con
Oheok 1b tho ninungci of fuid businefs,
and has full muhoiity to sign tlt'o linn
name in all mailers appertaining lo said
business LUM KLM CO.
ALL accounts due Mtc A. M. lelllB
of tlx months and over, will ho
placed in u Collectors hands without
furlliei notice if not l aid by tho lOlli,
iaH. .MRB. A. M. M1SLLIS,
jjl 2v 17 Enniia atrt'et.
MR. John Magoon is nuthorled to
collect for our account, and sigu
Ipls. J. E. BROWN & CO.
Jim. 10, 1888.,
AT iho annual meeting of the Star
Mill Co. huh! at tho olllco of Wm.
G. Ii i iu & Go . on Wednesday. Febriiaiy
8. 18 8, tho following ofllcem were duly
elected to stive for tho ensuing year;
John Hln I President,
Juinea Renton ... .Vice'.Presideut,
win. a. iiwiu.,, &
lleniy II. lUuton Audltoi .
Wm. G. IIUMN,
01 lit i-p lelnry,
THE DAILY BULLETIN -The
JL most popular paper published.
! Koe Bedroom Set, R F M E N T '
II'' you want your piano? toliiilled, io
iltted or tuned Ity n ltsidcni timet,
leave vour ouluis ut O. West & (Jo.'h
Alimic suae, 10 I'ort sticet. a.uistiiO;
lion miarantccd. f . ;oA "vfl
,1. O. Mi&tCIIANT,
(Successor to T. 0. Tin inn)
Book-binder, Paper-ruler & Blank
J'lieml Ruiltlinc, Ilothcl street, llnno.
U'J lulu. tf
J. A. DOWEK,
Ship Carpenter & Boat Builder.
Haing impiovcd frtclll'ticH, is prepared
to (111 orders nt nhort notice.
," All persons aic hereby foibld-
den from excavating, diggliR
or depositing lubblih In the
streeti of this district, without
the written order of ihelload
II. F. HUBBARD,
, lload Supervisor,
31 lin Komi, Olhu.
White Bros.' Portland Cement
.1N QANTl'ITES TO SUIT-"-
WILDER '& GO. g J!
' Cl 2w ' ' ' W '
New York -Line.
An Al vessel will be despatched by
tliU'Liin) for Honolulu, to leaie
Now "Yoik in all JIay.
Foi finllier Information apply to
W. H. CROSSMAN & BRO.,
CASTLE & COOKE,
FROM THE BEST IMPORTED STOCK BRED
ON "KUALOA RANCH." -
10 joung Stillions fired bv the cele
brated horses "Bosw ell" and 'Trinnipli "
A n' mber "of Hcioford, .Durham and
100 head of fine well bred Heifers, in
lots to suit.
'0 tine Mules suitable for plantation
woik. t. ' '
- APPLY TO
C. II. JUDD.
" 33 J-i1J0EI33:i5,"
Will stand at the Enterprise Bunch for
a limited number of mares.
Annlv to J. A. Maironn. iiKcnt. 12
Meichant slieet, or to Silvano de No.
biiga, at the Enterprise Rauclihcad
of Wyllie street, Nuuanu.Valley.
A Chance to Procureia Good Paying
OWING to my intended depaiturc I
wish to-sell my Cigar Store and
Billiard Room. This is ono or the best
equipped Billiard Rooms in tho town.
I have four Tables of the very latest
designs, and onu Pool Table with pa.
42 1m . 0. J MCCARTHY.
Notice of Election,
AT thu minimi m Uing -of C.-Brcwer
A. Co,, LM , held this day, Iho foi.
lowing immul persona .Avero elecjeel a9
oillcers for the ensulngyear:
P. 0. Jones , .President,
P. 0. Jones Manager,
, J. 0, Caitcr Becreiary,
J. O. Cm'torM, Trensurer,
W. F. Allen, .,. iAudltor,
non, C, K. Bishop, Sam'l 0. Allen, and
Hon. H. 'Waterhoiisp. .....Dircctorsr
J. O. OARTUR. Bcerclary.
C. Hrower & Co.
. Honolulu, Feuruaiy 1, 1888. 54 lm
Dissolution of Partnership.
TVIIK intcrjest of Mr. Clarence Mac.
X fnrlane in the film of WEST,
DOW & CO has this diiy been pui
cli:ied by Mi Gideon W'st, who a,
sumes all liabilities of a lid linn. All
debts due said Hi m aio duo and payable
to Mr. G. "West.
WERT, DOW & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 14, 1888.
MR. G. WEST having become sole
owner of tlio bubliivsi carried on
under the firm name of West, Dow &
Ce., wilt, Iu future, carry on said busi.
nejs under the firm name arid stylo of
G. WEST As CO.
Honolulu, Jan, lfi.lBSl!. !10 lm
JOB PRINTING ol all kinds exc
euled nt the Daily Bulletin Olllco
I XJf B Vt W Ha Vr
BT MM www wm an m
r a ' mmwmmmmmMwm .
i 1i tHHHIwB iup- pi "ut.".:1' u''i-w-i iy.fr"- iii'Mi-'B-T wmA Tr-d
u. VTB I LHBl nC - pi hiwtwh iwu lil1OTBWg',l'w!'T!'ft iitsn
IS NOW OPENING A LARGE AND MAGNIl'TOENT STOCK OF
iilics, and Gents' (MM Boots and Shoes.
Caicfully selected by Mr.
t ,. .
rSMORE GOODS COMING
rpHE Remington Typewriter is the
JL Maudlin! writing machine, of the
world. It prints 70 characters, or with
certain c( mblnation, iibnut 80 1 hmactgrs,
with the operation of only 3'J keys. The
machine is so simple that any one can
ynte wi h it, and its manipulation is so
easily understood, that but little prac
tice is icquircEl to enable the opciatoi to
acquire facility in its'uso. Tho average
speed of tho pen is from 15 to 20
words per minute, and tho average speed
of the type writ,erifrom 40 to fcO woidj
per minute. Time spent iu writing
with the pen is at least two thirds
Ordcrsior the above 'nptiument may
be left with iho undersigned at the of
liec of W. U. Irwin & Co , aiul will le
coivepumipt attention. The inula sign.
ed is also prepared to give purchasers
'full instructions as to tho use of tho
For fur hei.pnrticulars apply to
W. M. GIFFARD,
Bole Agent for tlie'llawuiian Islands
.The tindcrtigncd 'respectfully' notify,
the public, that they have
' opened the
(Next abovo the Custom Home;
First Glass Chop ancPLunch House,
Where thoii, patrons nie assured of io.
ceivlng nothing' but wdint is
lliBt class in lood, cooking
' and serving.
B2T NO CHINESE ARE EMPLOYED -8
By strict nttcntlon lo business and an
earnest endeavor to please our patrons,
we solicit your patronage.
BARBItft & JJIcMLVN.
J4 1m , 7 .
(Lincoln Block, King Street.)
UPSTAIRS is a se'ect Dining Boom
wheie Poultiy, if desired, wil boseivcd
tlueo times u day. This room has Clean
Tabid Linen, Sllvci 1'latcd '-Ware, New
China, civil and ntteutivo waiters, mid
the Table is supplied with every dell,
cacy the Markets afford. . v
Rates, $6.00 per Week.
DOWNSTAIRS, tho Gcneial Hcstnu
rant, is well supplied with Clean and
Substantial Focd ot many varieties.
Board, $4.50 per Week.
First Class Cooking a Specialty.
40 lm C. All JIUi;.
Gerfz while iu the States.
BY NEXT STEAMER.;!
Uell Tel. 172. JMutual.Tel. SCO.
P. O. Box 400.
Fiio Pioof Stone Building,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
General Agency foi Haw'n lslnnds '
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting al Boston with the Azores
Through tickets gi anted from Honolulu
Merchandise stored and sold on com.
mission. Consignments solicited.
Propeities leased, rented and sold.
Legal documents drawn.
Books audited and adjusted.
Anihoiized collector, Mr. C. Clarke.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
2S Merchant Street.
High Class Aerated Waters,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
23 Merchant Street.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Olden promptly attended to.
75 cents per dozen, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Plum Soda, equal to Bchweppcs. 33
Skating! Skating! Skating!
Commencing January flth,
Every Friday Evenii !.
For Lailieb and their Escorts.
Every Friday Evening will bo kept
perfectly select for-Indies & gentlemen.
JBuiul in .A. t tendance.
riiOkXiVfiS ID. WALL,
1C01 Pioprietor. lyr
By tho S. S. "Australia" 8lh Fobruary,
-AND NOW ON SALE--
California Oranges-primo sample, Barrels
Saurkraut, Kegs Saurkraut, Crates Whlto
Heart Catibago, Celery on Ico,
AKU ALL SKASONAUI.K VA1UKTIES Olf
A.1X3J13S AND 1EAH8 J
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Potatoes, Fig, Punned Fruitp, Jelllo,
Jniiif, Prunes, Kaisins, Chestnuts, Wall
nUts, Hiirdnuts, Alinondnuts Cnnnid
Toinntoes, Etc., Etc., Etc, Etc, Etc.
CSTLOW PRICE TO SUIT THE TIMES-8
CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET,'
CO King Htrcct, Honolulu, tf
MESSRS J, E. BROWN & CO.
Are authorised to collect for Uie
llouolulu Juno 8th, 1887. 57
J. E. PWN & GO.,
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