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Oi'l'HK V.Ti:n Wonus,
Honolulu, 1.1. 1., July 27, 1SS8.
lloldois of water iirivilegca or
those paying water rates me hereby
notified that the bouts for using
water for irrigating purposes are
from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m., and from
I to 0 o'clock p. m.
CHAS. 1$. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved: L. A. Tm'itrox,
iMinistei of Inteiioi.
BISHOP & Co., JJANIvEKS
ilouolulu, Hawaiian Islunih.
Draw Kxchangc on tho
JLSuuU ol Caliroruiu, H. IT.
Viid their agents in
NEW YOHK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mcsts. N. M. Itotlischihl & Sun, London
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christcliurch, and Wellington,
The Dank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact i. uncvil Pnnklnr Uusmeos.
till!) 1 v
Pledged to neither Sect tior Party,
fitit established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, AUGUST UO, 1888.
A supeiabuiulnncc of advertising
jnntter, which cannot be ruled out,
as "there is money in it," hub kept
us behind with our Legislative i ex
port for the last few days, and aNo
delayed the publication of volumes
of communicated matter. To-day
ivc have been overwhelmed with
communications, and find it impossi
ble to give them all a show in this
issue. A couple of our omi crude
productions have been for the pre
sent placed aside, to allow as much
room as possible for others. "We are
of an cstteniely obliging nature, and
do our best to accommodate those
who take pains to write for the pub
lic, but cannot possibly do more
than wc can. Have patience,
gentlemen. The first to come, has
a claim on first consideration. We
hope to overtake you all in time, the
IN THE LINE OF PROGRESS.
The Minister of Intel ior adver
tises for tenders for filling and grad
ing Ilalekauila and Alakea streets.
This is a now departure. Not the
idea of calling for tenders, but the
inviting of tenders for work of this
particular nature. Hitherto load
inaking in ibis country has gener
ally been done directly by the Gov
ernment, by men in its employ. But
now the Minister appeals to have
conceived the idea of getting that
class of woik done by contract. The
idea is good, and the new dcpaiturc
in the line of enlightened progress.
It is an undeniable fact that our
roads cost the public treasury a very
large amount of money, an amount
considered by those who claim to
know disproportionate totheiesults.
The 'contract system will undoubt
edly lessen the cost, without deteri
orating the quality of the work.
Probably at the start, men compc
petent and willing to undertake such
work miiy be scaice; but if the
Government establishes the principle
involved in the advertisement above
referred to, contractors will soon be
created, and responsible parties
equal to the task will be forthcom
ing. (Some countries, noted for
good roads, do their cnliic road
building on the contiact system. It
may be here rcmaikcd, that a civil
engineer, specially trained and ex
perienced in road-grading and load
building, is an olllcer which might
be added to the Interior staff to the
saving of public funds and for the
advancement of the public conveni
ence. THE COLONELCY.
Kwtok Hi u.i.ris: The question
which has become of paramount in
terest with all classes of citizens of
Jate, will bo settled to-night j Major
llebbard having called a meeting of
ofllcera of the two volunteer bat
talions at the Honolulu Hides' Arm
ory, this evening, to deeido the mat
ter under the piovisious of the
Military Act, Tlio question in
volved is of great importance by
reason of the lesponsibilily of tho
position, ami tho absoluto necessity
of placing ttt the head of t the 'forces
the best military man available, olio
who thoroughly midcrlnnds the
situation, and has the ability, nerve
ami decision to copo with any emer
gency which an exceptional position
may nt any moment submit us to.
The most prominent, candidate for
this position is Col. Asbford: but
the political faction represented hy
the "Advertiser" havo been making
a bitter fight against him, and havo
most injudiciously dragcd in poli
tical and personal arguments, which
no fair-minded or patriotic man
should lislon to for a moment. The
facts set forth by Col. Asbford in
his interview published in your col
umns on the Ttli insl.. constituted
complete answer to his detractors;
and not one of those facts have his
opponents dared to deny, lint what
is to be thought, of men who tiy to
raise the "race" issue against him,
by inducing olllccrs of the Kifles to
combine against him, "because eel
tain of the native olllccrs support
him," and then, when they fail in
that, combine with nathc olliccis to
defeat him by a native candidate?
Tins is the present status of the
matter, according to this morning's
Now, let us ask in ajl serimibiiess,
what security is there for the com
munity with .a "wooden-head," as
commander of the forces? Or a man
whose antecedents point toward sub
serviency to prerogative? What is
Major Nowlein's claim? Ellicicnny?
No one pretends to think so. As
Major llebbard is out of the race,
it is not worth while to enquire as to
his military qualifications; though
who can forget the sickly existence
of the lJillcs while lie was in com
mand of the single company of
which they were then composed?
And who has failed to sec the rapid
deterioration and disintegration
which hae taken possession of the
eoip's since Col.. Ashford's resigna
tion left the Major as commanding
On the other hand, no one ques
tions Col. Ashford's fitness for the
position. And at a time when the
conditions of our mixed population
warn us to adopt and act upon the
motto: Slmplh Faratts which he
a3 the oiganizcr and commander of
oui coips, placed upon the Killcs'
shield, let u- have a man with at
least a little brains backed hy some
A Rn i.r.MAX.
WILL BE THERE.
Km ron liui.LmiN : Mentioned
in the Advcitiscr as a candidate for
Colonel, this morning, would have
ataid, only the association with
other paities was unpleasant. Will
be there all the same with the "dark
horse." who is expected7' to walk
over the Ashford's route in the time
of a "Jay Eye .See."
Kditok i:i.i.i:tix: This morn
ing's "Advertisei" says that "a meet
ing of the olllccrs of the native bat
talion was held at Nowlein's saloon,
witli closed doors, guarded by arm
ed men from the King's Guard."
From the reading of the above it
would appear that the meeting was
held in the saloon, which is not true.
The meeting was held in the hall up
stairs, and was not "guarded by
armed men from the King's Guard."
Any one could have come there
and have seen for himself that the
door was not guarded, and I do not
see how any one can be malicious
enough to circulate such false sto
ries. The "Advertiser" could have
found out the truth by applying to
me. ,S. Nowu.in.
Honolulu, Aug. 20, 1888.
SEND EH YOUR NAME.
The canvass for names lor the
Hawaiian Directory is finished for
the Island of Oahu. Thcic may be
some who have been omitted, or
that have changed residence. Such
will be put in the work properly if
forwarded at once to J. C. Lane,
Editor, 100 Fort sheet, Graen
A CRUEL JOKE.
On Saturday afternoon, a plain
citizen of Honolulu, accompanied by
an unsophisticated and gullible
friend, entered the ofllce of one of
our large concerns and after having
discussed for some little time the
topics of tho day, the representative
of the concern, impelled by a seem
ingly brotherly regard for tho physi
cal welfare oi his visitors, quietly
asked them if they would take some
thing. With alacrity his invitation
was accepted, (ho plain citizen's
eyes spartcling with the a'liticipation
of a laic treat, whilst over the child
like and bland features of the un
sophisticated there stole a smile so
sweet and satisfied that was charm
ing to behold, and his hands, which
he held ciosscd behind his back,
affectionately toyed with each other.
With an air of secrecy the host in
vited them behind the Uesk rail, and
after scanning the surroundings to
see that no iutrudeis weio near,
delibeialcly opened a drawer, and
drew therefiom and exposed to tho
eager gaze of his visitors a bottle of
no, not of whiskey nor beer but
red ink. Ah, "what a fall was theie
my countrymen!" The cruel, ciuel
joko had been played, and tho two
visitors, the plain citizen and the
gullible, disappointed , to almost
I heait breaking, sadly and gently
gathered themselves together and
quit the abode of tho tempter,
drier, if not wiser, wen.
mmtmtilZ, mu fcj
HOXOM'I.U VS. VANDAI.1A.
On Salmday afternoon the Hono
lulu and Vnndalia teams crossed
bats in what proved to bo one of the
most exciting and closely contested
games of the season. Each club
prcrcnted Us bc-t players, and more
hiilliant fielding or more daring
base running has never been witnes
sed on the grounds.
Up to the seventh inning the
game seemed to be entirely in the
hands of the home team, the score
to that lime standing Jto 1, in its
lavor. At the seventh inning, how
ever, Dame Fortune began coquet
ting, and as a result of her incon
stancy, it requited ten innings to
decide upon w Inch team she' smiled
most favorably. The Vandalias had
gotten the inside track, however,
and upon their brows she placed the
At a hllli! alter :i:30 the game
began. The llonoluliis having won
the toss, look the bat first. Hay
Wo, '.choice opened by securing 1st
base on balls. He was followed by
Geo. Lucas, who, making a single
base hit, passed Wodehousc to 3rd,
but went out himself on 1st. Whit
ney now made a 2 base hit for third,
sending Wodehousc home, and on a
wild throw, crossed the plate.
Maikham went out on a Hy to Cos
tcllo on left field, and Low bit the
dust on a foul. For the Vandalias
Crane went out on a Hy to left field.
Fickercll made a two base hit, and
was sent home on Sweeny's three
base hit. Martin and Fcikins
knuckled on strikes.
Jn the second inning A. Lucas led
witli a base hit, securing 1st. Oat
followed with a similar hit. Parker
went out at 1st, from l'erlflns to
Martin. Wodehousc made a base
hit. G. Lucas sent the ball to right
field for a base, and by Ferkin's
wild tlnow of the icturn ball, the
three safely crossed the home plate.
The Vandalias failing to score, the
game stood 5 to 1 against them. In
the 3rd, 1th, ."itii and Cth innings,
neither team scored.
So dark and gloomy did things
appear for the Vandalias, that their
most ardent admirers gave up the
ghost of hope. With most commen
dable spirit and grit they entered
the seventh inning. The llonoluliis
failed to score. Carlin secured 1st
base by being struck by the pitcher.
Crane followed with a base hit, and
sent Carlin to second. Crane being
caught napping, was thrown out by
"Wodehousc. Fickercll made a base
hit, passing Carlin to 3rd. Sweeney
followed with a two bagger, sending
both Carlin and Fickercll home,
making 2nd himself, ltourkc by a
two bagger sent Sweeney over the
plate safely, but went out himself.
Costello shuck out.
Int lie eighth inning the home team
again failed to score. For the Van
dalias, Mohlcr went to first, by be
ing struck 1)3' tho pitcher, and by
daring running stole second and
third, and on a base hit by Fickercll
went home, tying tho score. The
excitement at this stage was beyond
description. The spectators, by
their yells and cheers, created a per
fect bedlam. In the ninth inning
neither team scored.
The llonoluliis opened the tenth
inning by failing to score, their only
hits licing three high flyers to 2d
base, centre field and left field, each
of which being easily caught by the
Vandalias. For the Vandalias Moh
lcr, after an unsuccessful attempt to
bunt the ball, knocked a base hit to
left jield and daringly stole second
and third, and on a long hit by
Crane to left, went home, securing
foi his team the last and winning
run. The game here ended, the
liaid earned victory belonging to the
Vandalias by a score of 0 to ft.
When the game closed, and with
such unexpected results, the largo
company seemed to lot themselves
loose, and cheer after cheer gieeted
the teams as they returned fiom tho
The work of the two batteries,
Fcrkins and Crane, and Faikcr and
Wodehousc was simply wonderful,
and lcpeatcdly during the game
evoked outbursts of applause.
: i l -i '
A VISITOR'S OPINION.
Fumbling over a bundle of East
ern exchanges, a "Chillicothe Led
ger," containing two letters from
Mr. Snfford, Ensign 011 the U. S.
S, Mohican, were discovered. Mr.
Safford speaks highly of the Dow
bt'tt family. Ho refers lo the
daughter of the Ameiican Consul as
"the belle of the kingdom." Ho
also speaks of his acquaintance witli
the King, his knowledge of tho
Hawaiian language which he obtain
ed and of the hula dance. In his
remarks about tho natural scenery,
Mr. Safford becomes an enthusiast
and soars on the wings of enchant
ment to 'the very gale- of heaven.
nr.rom: viikston, j.
FitJiuv, Aug. 17th.
J11 re bankruptcy of "Wong Leong
& Co. of Honolulu, Oahu.
I 'roof of clainib and election of
assignee, 11 claims proved amount
ing to 8712U.C9, and J. S. Walker
declared elected assignee to act un
der 8100 bond.
llanUrupt Wong Leong in person.
1) re bankruptcy of Antonio F.
Vicrra of Manoa.
Proof of claims and election of
assignee, 1 claim proved for $10.
Appointment of assignee to stand
over for the present.
No appeatance of or for hank-nipt.
try $ fr
TH RETURN MATCH.
Tho return target shooting con
test between tho Hyacinth anil Ha
waiian lJiflc Association teams at the
II. K. A. rahgc, Saturday, resulted
in another victory for the Honolulu
marksmen by ftft points. Following
is a full score of the shooting:
It. n. M. s. HYACINTH TUAM.
200 yds: 3 3 3 1 .1 t ft 2ft
(.00 yds: -1 ft 1 3 0 3 2 21
GOO yds : 3 ft 5 -1 .0 0 320
Lieut. Wollaslon 00
200vils: ! ! 2 3 ft -1 ft 27
GOO yds :
200 yds :
500 yds :
(100 yds :
1 ft ! ft 3 ft 020
02 2 ! 04 214
1 ft 4 4 4 3 -1--23
2 2 ft 0 ft ft 423
.1 3 3 3 4 3 524
Staff Surgeon Yco
200 yds : 4 4 4 ft
1 4 I-
0 3 3 0 ft 5 4-
1 1 ft 4 3 !1 4-
200 yds :
500 yds :
GOO yds :
1 3 4 3 I 4 4 2(5
ft ft 2 2 4 3 4 2ft
2 4 2 4 4 ft ft 20
ftOO yds :
GOO yds :
ft 4 4 5 ft 3 430
8 ft ft
4 4 2
1 3 4 428
4 0 4 ft 28
Grand total 442
11. II. A. '1KAM,
J. W. Fratt
200 yds: 4 4 4 4 ft 3 4 28
500 yds: ft 3 4 2 4 3 520
GOO yds : 4 5 4 4 5 2 52!)
C. II. Nicoll 83
200 yds : 14 2 -I 4 4 420
500 yds: ft 3 4 ft I 2 127
GOO yds: 4 3 4 2 3 1323
J. Kothwcll 7(5
200 yds; 4 ft 4 5 I 430
500 yds: 3 4 3 3 3 4 323
GOO yds: 4 2 3 3 3 1 521
C. 15. Wilson 77
200 yds: 4 4 2 4 4 4 12!)
500 yds : 0 5 4 ft ft 4 528
GOO yds: 5 4 4 4 5 5 131
II. Fisher 85
200 yds: 5ft ft 4 1 4 431
500 yds ; 4 ft ft ft 4 ft ft 33
GOO yds : ft 5 4 4 4 ft 229
200 yds : J 4 4 5 4 4 429
500 yds : 2 2 4 ft 2 4 423
GOO yds: ft 4 -lr 3 5 ft 31
Grand total 497
THE BAUD CONCERT.
The Koyal Hawaiian Hand will
give a concert tins evening at
Kninia Square commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Following is the pro
gi amine :
0 ertui o The lilmilmcift Meliul
Anilantt' Siirpu'so S inphony. . .llaytlii
Cornet Solo llawajf loioi..,.Mii'li'itils
Kciiiitiiseeiiees of Yfci ill Qoilfi oy
Hone ue nci, Hole Wiiimea, Ahca Oe.
Medley The Jacobite Gas-clip
Fanta-ia Forge In the l'oict
lJallaU -La Faloina .. IJiner
Walt. New Vienna Stiau-s
FROM KOLOA, KAUAI.
It seems strange to some people,
that Tidal Wares should have ap
peared at Kauai, especially al Koloa,
while the other islands probably
have been spared from these pheno
mena. But as strange as this
might appear to some, just as strange
it might appear to the people of
Koloa, that Honolulu should have
been visited by a severe storm on
August the 12th, while Koloa on
the same day was enjoying most
splendid weather with a light breeze
from North East, somewhat cool
ing the hoi atmosphere caused by
the Sun's warm rays. The only
change in weather experienced at
Kauai was on Tuesday, August the
11th, when a stiff breeze blew from
South South-West, accompanied by
heavy showers of rain.
It would be inteiesting to know
the correct state of wind and weath
er on the other islands, particularly
Hawaii, experienced during the
week of August Gth to August the
12th, (lining which period Honolulu
experienced a severe storm, and
Kauai was visited by Tidal Waves.
Some persons lately arrived, be
lieved that the Tidal Waves were
perhaps only supposed to have been
such, in reality being only a heavy
surf. But that such is not so, is
clearly shown to be the fact that the
waves appeared also at Nawiliwili
and Waimea, although not with
such power and velocity as at Koloa.
Capt. Lawrence, who at that time
was with the schooner "Liholiho"
at Waimea, could not effect a land
ing, being compelled to usk one of
tho bailors, a native, to deliver a
letter by swimming ashore. Later
on, when the Captain again attempt
ed to land, the boat got badly stove
in, leaving a lorgc aperture at the
bow. Besides it will be admitted
that any person if possessed with at
least some experience in seamanship
and navigation, can us readily dis
tinguish between Tidal Waves
and the surf, as a landsman can dis
tinguish the Sun's rising or set
ting by looking at tho direction of
the horizon, Bvi:-anu-hve.
Koloa, Kauai, August 18th.
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nnH E DAllYBULLETIN has the
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Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
Auction Sale of
On FRIDAY, August 24, 1888,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M..
At tiic rcsiiloncc of Jlr. Clias. Stnin, No.
LM8 Kim; strccl, 1 will sell at
1'u bile Auction
His Entire Househ'd Furniture,
1 Heavy B, W, Parlor Set !
Upholstered In Unir Cloth,
Lace Curtains & Cornices, Pictures,
1 U-lilit ( hiindulier. 1 B. W. Whatnot,
SIhJN & Curious, Music Books,
1 1 tirje Koxhury Oiiot,
1 liciny R W. Murhlctop llcitroom Set,
Spring Mattrasses, Mosquito Net
Fc.ithci rillowi, Child' Builslcail,
1 B. W. Gheffonier
1 Asli lledioom Set, 7 pieces,
15. W. Extension Table,
H. W. CunoScat Olidrs,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE!
1 8-dny 11. W. Clock,
1 Baby Utiirlnise,
1 Uncle Sam Range,
Hath Tub, Wagon, Etc. F.tc.
IgTThc lloti'e will ip open foi In
spedion on TIIUUSDAY, Aug 'J,lril,
from !l .v. m to !1 r. m.
ilAS. F, AlOllGAN,
81 It Auctioneer.
Headquaters, 2nd Battalion.
Hohoi.um', Aligns 2(1, 1SS8.
rpiIKofllceis of this Com.
X mand arc hereby or
dered to atseinldc at the
Armory of tbn Ilouolulu
Rifles, THIS EVENING, at
7 o'clock, in Fatigue Uni
form to meet the oillccrp of
X llic 1st liiiltalion for tliu pui-
? pose of nominating a Mutable
pcisou to be coniinissioni'd as ''Colonel
of tbc Hawaiian Volunteers."
Maior.Cominr.mling, 'Jud Battalion.
,N Fnturdtiy nftcrnoou, Aug. 18th, on
ori or uiieen street, uttwetn
llolliater & Co's. and J. F. M.01 gun's
miction 100m, a Gold Glove Hutloner.
Kinder will be rewarded on leaving
nmc at the auction 100m of J. F.
Moign. 21 if
0S August 1-tth, 1 Veterinary Gallic
kr. Finder will be lcwariled by
luaviiiir it nt the ofllce of A
A WOMAN to lake care of. a child
and make herself useful, irood
wages to a responsible pcipoii
to -'17 j-'oit street.
ON account of ihe limited patronage
ol the Nuur.nu lius, the manage
ment will discontinue the route after
Ihe end of the piesent month.
S. I. SHAW,
'22 :St lintlieon Stables
ALL bills standing six months and
over, that arc not paid by August
22ml, will without further notice be
placed In the hands of n collector.
18 lw N. S. SACHS.
MUSIC furnished for balls, pnitics
ami pcrenudes by Palmer's String
Hand. Orders left at C. E. Williams"
or ling up Mutual Telephone 33(1. 7-1 tf
C HOICK BERKSHIRE
l'IGS. Inquire of
At Oahu College.
00 tf '
FOR SAI.E or LET
TIIK Ilmiho and Lot on
Ilcrctunin street next to
Mr. John Kim's onthoweUj
largo lot runs from Heretnnia to Young
street. House contains pnilor, dining
room, three Inrgo bedrooms, kitchen
bath-room and out-hnuscs Inquire of
01 tf W. O. WILDER.
Notice to Shippers.
rpiIB schooner "Wnloliu"
A- will leave Honolulu on
MONDAY NEXT, July flOlh,
for Kuan and Mnliko, and
hereafter will run regularly between
tho above ports. For freight or passage
apply to the Captain on board. 05 lm
H. J. NOLTE
IIus just received' a lot of
Pure Manila Cigars !
lf JN A. JOX.
The Finest Cigars ever imported into
21 thjs Kingdom. lw
YAN'S BOAT" 'BUILDING
SHOP, Rear of Lucas' Mill.
Jul, MM, Linn, CiHnnol anil Flamnlitlo.
fO&'oiiH'thing New and Suitable for this Climate.iS5rJ
On Account of imwi
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
In I'ltihh fc Lcathci ; IliMUt', il;iM it I'aiian Wine, Opcr.i A
Maiino (jlaswcrt, Tclcfcopi'H,
IJTuwio 3E$o:x:"s, Toys, !T3oo1:k, .VIImh.i
And othci thiug.s too nuiuciotm to mention. All the above
Woods will In1 oH'fH'd at the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
The nboM" liiioiU nio Ni5w,
boon imported ex lcccnt imiviils and
ojpdesiv asvacrvxivoss -g5t
TO5 S.iNii !H ! -
2T UAKGAINS -B New Lino of JBSy- 1JAUGMNS tS
Lamps, Qkandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Pi ices limn ever before. New invoice of v
SHELF-HAMAM, PLO n k ffl'L MERCHANDISE. f
NovclticH and Fancy GoodN, In Large Variety. . I
For San Francisco !
The New and Fine Wncricui I
X ,-., . I
mm 1 ii. wmior :
A II I' u.
Will siil for the above poll mi 01 nboul
6 tli ol'Septembcr.
tSyCabin accommodations Mipcrioi.
For heights or passage apply to
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
23 tf A genu.
Of tho Occidental & Oriental Steamship
Co. will sail lor the above
ports on or about
August 27, 1888.
8For Fruight or l'.issago apply to
H. HACKFELTJ & CO.,
22 tf Agents.
Photographic View Albntns.
Just tho thing: for collectors of
A complete assoitment jiiFt received
direct fiom New Yoik.
All Sizes Sl Prices.
Intended puichasers will do well to
examine this Hue befoin purchasing
elbowhero Sica fiom UK by to
10 by ia. 1'or Sale only hy the
'Hawaiian News Co.
Hay, Grain, .on. & Flour,
Juat received per liktno "Sam'l Q.
FOR SALE CHEAP
JOHN I GOLBURN & CO.
18J Queen Street.
- 88 lm
Fiosh and of the Latent Design, havlne-
weie selected c.iiCinly lor tho tiadc.
. I ionol 11I11
V. G. FACERROOS,
I'rni'tlrnl WuU'liiiinltcr JL Jeweler,
!! removed to
Lato Yfm. Turner's Shop, 80 King St.
JS&ySiiti'-l'iiclinn guaranteed or money
leluihled 21 2m
ortland Cement !
White Bios' Cement (full weight).
At lowest market rate.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
And For Sale at Unusually Low Rate's.
WM. J. LEMP'S
ST. LOUIS BEER !
In l'ints and Qu-iitR.
W. C. Peacoclt & Co,
I7J Merchant St, Honolulu. lw
MR. A. M. HEWETT,
Stationer & Newsdealer,
Purposes leaving for the Coast In
October prior to which lie
oilers the whole of his
Handsomely Assorted Stock 1
for Cash !
Do not bo alarmed that you will not bo
able to purchase in Honolulu n llniul.
somo Chrisliuas Present as in San
Francisco for Mr. Hewctt Is going to
select such a stock as will tult tho most
lUBiitiepiiB and surptlBe our little city.
CQy All parlies now indebted to him
aru respectfully requested to make
immediate settlement. 102m