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THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888.
fr'chr llnlcahitlti fr.1111 Pepcekeo
S & City of New Ytnk from Yokohama
una Hongkong, cu route for Han
iiktnc ICHMtnt faoui l'ugct Sound
Stmr .las Jlakec from Kapua
Bk Ceylon for Pnget Sound
btinr Kaala for lii.ilu.i mid W'alanac at
5) a m
Stmr Hwa for Ewa
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW,
lilt Sonoma for L'ugct Sound
Stmr Kaimlloa for l.ulmluii and Ilatnu-
kua at 1) a m
Stmr C It Bwhbp for W'ulnnnc, W'aialua
mid Ivoolluu nt I) a tit
Prom acheiilt of Maui per stmr C it
IJlohop, Sept li)-J II 1'aty and wife,
H.lsscs Annie. Mary ami .hillu Paty,
.J Gay, Mis Sllva, 2 Chinese and 5 deck.
i-roni Kapau per stmr .las Makee,
Sept 20 Col Z S Spalding and Mr Cole.
For Paget Sound per litv Ceylon, Sept
20 CF Uiimuy.
From llmigUong per S S City of Now
York, Sept20 Mrs Uinlg and 2 chil
dren, Mr Goo Took and IU7 steerage.
CARGOES FKUM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr. UIhop 'Ml bgs rice and 100 bgs
Stmr uas Makee ! bgs sugar.
Stone ballast, dithered, costs 1.25
The s-ehr Moi Wahlne will sail for
Kohala and Koholalele on Monday.
The schr Aiary- is due from llanalci
and the .ehr Kiilaiiiauu from Kohala.
The baik Ceylon cleared for Pnget
Sound this ultcuoou in ballast,
Tle bail; Sonoma has taken in about
2(!0 tons of stone b.illat. She will get
away for the Sound to-morrow.
Fine weather has prevailed atlvoolau
lor the past week or so.
JCoue of the cailoi- of the USS Alert
have yct'been given lib. rty.
The stmr KaTmiloa will take a ncni
ber of railroad ears and e.ir wheels for
The second crop of paddy at Ivoolau
will be ready for shipment in about six
The Stmr Pcle bus been moved to the
further end of the PM fc S wh.uf, where
she will be overhauled and renovated.
On the 0th in-t the bk Oineo was
loading lumber at Eureka for Mel
bourne. Miring the p.i-.igo of the bk
fiom this poit to Kiuek.i a largo alba
tross was caught and kept on boaid.
Tbe bk liishop has discharged all the
freight she brought here and lias taken
in 100 tons of sugar. She will wait for
iibout 30G tons moi e, when she w 111 sail
for San Francisco for charter.
The bk Jus A King, Captain Berry,
arrived last evening, '-'J days from Puget
Sound, with UOO.OOS ft of lough lumber,
70.078 ft of dro.ed lumber, 5,UJ0 laths,
and !)'J,7o0 shingles for Wilder & Co.
The King is in the stream.
Caipenters and engineers arc at work
on the stmr Kilaiiea Hon. The steam
er's machinery is receiving a general
overhauling. Her deck is recoiling new
pieces. A new foundation is oelng
made lor her. steam wieneli. Tlio bul
warks of the steamer ara also being re
paired. The S S City of Xew Yoi k. Kobcrt K
Seurlo Command, r, bmligbt t cabin,
437 sieeiage a-engcir-, 0.! tons fie j;ht,
and 2 bags of mail loi Honolulu, hail
ed fiom Hongkong, Aug 20th, 2:05 pm.
Had fine weather ami smooth sea to
Yokohama, milling Sept 5th, 1 :lo p m.
Sailed agaiu Sept Bill 10:110 a m. Had
fiesh he.id winds, moderate sea and flue
weather to Honolulu, arriving Sept 20,
ii in. She has 11 cabin passengei-3 in
transit, lor San r rancitco.
The btitnc Kllkitat, Captain Cutter,
arrived this morning, 31 da s from Pa
get otiud, with .JU3.318 ft of rough
lumber, 141.005 ft of dressed lumber,
20,300 laths, -1-, 10,250 lathes, Os, 0,10'J
pickets and 200m idihiglos JJr Wilder &
v o. The KliUitat hasTiuen running be
tween the Sound and Southern Califor
nia, for the pint IS mouths. She had
just returned from Santa Barbara before
loading for Honolulu. Santa liaibara,
Captain Cutter sa,, falily dead,
eonimei dally, Seattle Hill holds its
own. The coasting trade about the
Sound is rather epiiet, but the foreign
trade in lumber is good The Kllkitat
experienced n seiics of calms and light
alls dining her passage to this port.
For the tlr.st three or four days out she
remained in one place, where the tug
hid left her. Whit trade winds she had
were exceedingly light. The only re
spectah o brceo slio received during
the trip was -yesterday. The Kllkltat
docked nt the new wharf on the espla
nade, this iiioinlug. Her deck load
stood fully 8 feet above gunwales.
VESSELS IN PORT.
i; SS Aletl, Graham
b S Australia, Ilotulluth;
Am bktno S T Castle, Hubbard
Gorbk Olt lSMiop, Poppo
Milp Illicit, Sandgmist
Am bk Sonoma, Giltllths
Am bk Atlanta, Anderson
Am bktuo Kllllkut, Cutler
Haw bk Jas A King, err
Danish bk Cor.imiii, lesson
JJilt bk Velocity, Mm tin
Haw bk Lilian, laid up
- lluwbilg Ha.ard, laid up
LOCAL & GEKEHAL HEWS.
A iiuciov lioreo is wanted.
A liKAYY shower of lain fell eaily
Mn, A. M. Ilowutt has our thanks
or a file of Hongkong papers.
A eiioiOB lot'of apples uro for pale
cheap at tlio store of II. May it Co,
Ji:ai the statement of tlio Mutual
Life Insurancu Company in another
Tin: Tahiti Lumoiiado Woikb aro
now manufacturing Apolliuuris wa
fer. 'It is a line aitiule,
lifiinil in n nfinniAfte
Tur. tnnll lv dip City of fretf
Yoik closes ui fi o'clock this evening.
Mti. 13. O. Wliito ninl Miss Austin,
will bo mill tied this evening Tliu
wedding will bo strictly private.
Mn. Pione Jones lias been appoint
ed the commissioner of private ways
niul wnt or rights for this district.
Tin: Mutual Telephone Company
will hold a special meeting on Wed
nesday October 10th, at 10 a. m.
Something should be done to re
move the stagnant pool of water at
the corner of Fort and King streets.
Tin: leguliir monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will be hold this
evening, in the parlors, at 7:30
Jilt, and Mis. J. II. Paty and fami
ly returned fioin Wninlua, yesterday,
where they have been taking a weeks'
Am. the Chinese employed on the
grading of Halekauila street have
been discharged and Hawaiians put
on in their place.
Alii. L. J. Levey will hold his lcgu
lar cash sale at 10 o'clock to-monow
morning, when an iibsorted btoek of
goods will be oll'ered.
i .i-i m i i.
A youno lawyer on horseback col
lided with a delivery wagon this
morning, in front of the Post Office.
No damage was done.
In a special pacing raco at Oak
land, August 31st, Mr. II. J. Agncw's
Mink won second, manly securing
the first and third heats in 2 :2G? and
Auctioni:kk Morgan leaves for San
Francisco on Tuesday by the Austra
lia, to join his wife and enjoy a vaca
tion. Pleasant voynge and safe re
turn. . .- .
Tun public aio invited to attend
the complimentary concert to the
Captain and officers of the U. S. S.
Alert this evening, at the Hawaiian
Moxsiuun Lauren t-Coclielet,French
Consul and Commissioner, leaves on
the Zealandia for a trip abroad, hav
ing been granted a six months' leave
Mn. AV. O. Faulkner, Superinten
dent of the Electric Light Station,
will be married in Lynn, Mass., Oc
tober lbt. He will arrive here with
his bride the middle of that month.
Mr. J. F. Morgan will hell on
Saturday, at 11 a. m 1,200 bairels of
cement, and on Monday, October 1st,
at noon, twenty-live well bred horses,
by order of His Majesty's Trustees.
Tun Hawaiian Hotel will enter into
a new departure this evening, and
one that will, no doubt, be appiccial
cd by its patrons. It will have the
celebrated Anheuser Push draught
beer on sale at the bar.
A TEMl'rjKA.NCi: meeting will beheld
in one of the stores of the Bicwer
Block, to-morrow (Friday) evening,
at 7 :IJ0 o'clock, for men only. Ten
minute addresses will be made by
business men and others.
A Pohtuguusi: who wished to book
to leave for San Francisco thin morn
ing, was asked how many childien
he hud. He replied three, aged four,
fifteen and twenty months. It took
Harry Whitney a long time to gel
over the answer.
Miss Delia Hirshberg, who has
been visiting her sitter, Mrs. !N. S.
Sachs, the past four months, returns
to her homo in Oakland mi the
Zeulandia, eairying with her the best
wishes of a large circle of fiiends for
a pleasant voyage.
Nnws comes by tbo steamer James
Makee, which arrived this morning,
that when she loft Koloa, Kauai,
yesterday, Mr. Cropp, the plantation
manager, was very sick with typhoid
fever. His wife was with him.
There are about fifty cases of typhoid
fever at Koloa.
Duiuno the hearing of a case in
Supremo Court Chain bers this after
noon, a very deaf old native woman
was examined as a witness. Inter
preter Wilcox had to shout so loud
to make her hear that it is doubtful
if ho will havo any voice left by the
time her examination is over.
Thk west bound Union Pacific
passenger train was wrecked at Kim
ball, Neb., August 20th. The acci
dent is supposed to have been caused
by spreading rails. The last ear was
a private one, occupied by Col. Claus
Spicckols and wife. It was the only
coach that escaped injury.
Tin: following notice has been
posted up in the Supremo Com t ;
Sept. 19, 1888. From and after this
date parties desiring to lilo piohato
petitions in the Probate Division of
this Court, uro not t'o icquiro the
clciks to till their blanks without
leave of Court first obtained. Uy ol
der of tlio Justices of tbo Supienic
THE BAND CONCERT.
The Hand plays this evening at
the Hawaiian Hotel, complimentary
to the Captain and Ollieers of U.
S. S. Alert, commencing at 7:UU
o'clock. Following ia the pio
grainine: I'AHT I.
March Welcome Burger
Oveituie Poet and Peasant Suppe
Finale Lohengi hi Wagn r
Selection Faust Gounod
Palama, Knua, Main Iko Ao.
Medley War lecollectlous..,...Ucycr
AValU Stories front tlio Vienna
Sulioltlseliw -College Boys (by ic-
Galop Koseack' JJIde M Mocker
Star paugled banner,
Drill of Co. li. tt'.iiohfu Hides si
Debating Society tit 7:30.
Hand concert" at the Hawaiian
Hotel at 7:!)0 in honor of ollieers of
U. S. S. Alert.
Monthly meeting of. Y. M. C. A.
AUCTION SALES TU-MORaOW.
DV J. F. MOKCUN-. s
At noon, ilesltaMp residence cor
ner of Lunalilo and Victoria streets,
by order of Mr. F. Harrison.
At same hour, desirable residence
Ntiuanu Valley neaily opposite Mr.
F. A. Seliaefor's residence.
ttoth sales will take place at the
nuotiotiopr's salesroom, Queen St.
UY 1.. J. i.i:vuv.
Regular Cash sale at 10 a
Leon Ik'Hanuet will under-
take the duties of Consul and L'om
missioncrfor Fiance during tlio tem
porary absence fiom the kingdom of
Mon. Lauicnt-Coeliclut. and the du
ties of Deputy Chancellor to the
French Legation will be performed
by Mr. Fdward C. Muffm lane.
Mr. Geoige 11. Dawson has been
appointed Hawaiian Consul at
Monsieur Jules Hlanplain has
been appointed Hawaiian Consul at
The following tenders were re
ceived by the Iloaid of Education
for the erection of a schoolhousc on
the niakai side of School street at
Joseph Cook $1,300
Howell & Harrison 1,198
II. F. Ueitleman 1,500
Smith A Mills 1,(500
Peter High 1,073
Walker it Kedward: 2,023
George Lucas 2,1G0
The tender of Joseph Cook was
THE CITY OF NEW YORK'S "PASS
ENGERS The steamer City of New York
brought a clean bill of health. The
four cabin passengers on the steam
er have been allowed to land on
condition that thev report every
morning to the Port physician for
the next twenty-one days. With
regard to the 3S." Chinese and 52
Japanese steerage passengers, their
passpoits are being examined as we
go to ii ess, and if found eonect the
passengers will be transferred to the
quarantine gi omuls along with their
baggage. A number ot passpoits
have already been i ejected. It is
not known at thU hour what time
the City ot New York will sail for
San Francisco, but the mail closes
at the Post Oliice at o'clock this
COL. SPREGKELS AND THE SUCAR
Messrs. Wm. G. Irwin & Co. have
received photographs of the new
beet factory at Watsonville, and
which Col. Spieckcls recently came
out from Philadelphia to open.
These photos were taken some little
time ago and only slfbw the build
ings in an incomplete -tatc, but suf
ficient to show iliat they are con
stiuctcd in a substantial manner,
and of large capaciij'. Since Col.
Sprcckcls's return, however, he is
so pleased with the appearance of
the beet crop and the prospects for
this industry becoming a success in
California, that he has given orders
to double the capacity of his facto
ries, so as to he prepared for the
increasing acreage of beets which
tlio fanners are getting ready to
It was the intention of Col.
Spreckels lo visit the Islands' before
he returns Fast, hut lie' finds that
his time will be too much taken up
while in California to admit of the
trip, and he is anxious to get back
to Philadelphia, to attend to his
gigantic operations there. His Phila
delphia refinery is now finished tip
to the first story and an arm3' of
men are rushing the work with all
possible dispatch. Tlio Colonel
hopes to have tho refinery in full
blast by June of next year, with a
capacity of 1000 tons a day.
Hon. W, G. Irwin intends visit
ing San Francisco with his family by
the Octebcr steamer, so as- to meet
Col. Spreckels before his return
A TEMPEST QUICKLY ALLAYED.
The following perversion of truth
is from tho S. F. Post of Sept. -Ith:
Mr. Vtlnoy V. Ashford of Hono
lulu, late Colonel of the Iiilles, is a
versatile gentleman. Only a year
ago he belonged to the revolutionary
party and eouti'-elcd the downfall of
the inonaichy. Now ho It adviser in
chief to King Kalakaim and candi
date for Premier.
Mr. Volney V. Ashford is fn
trouble with tbo majority of tho
Furopean residents, His mulilo
was caused by an interference with
the work of the LcgUluturc. As
adviser to the King, hu counseled
the veto of ihe Military bill, and the
bill requiring Chinese to keep their
accounts in Hawaiian or in somo
European language The King ve
toed the act, it ia said, because a
sack was provided for tho King's
private bank account. Tlio Legisla
ture passed the act ocr the veto,
whereupon a native paper advised
the King to eveculo a roup d'etat
and send the legislators about llioir
AMmhiitift In pHvtitB rulvlens by
litcibilfjt V. (i, Irwin this article
created n sensation among the
wliiloj, albeit the feeling wua kept
down. Kalnkaua got a private
warning that annexation to the
United States would be well thought
of by tbo white people, r.nd ho was
told to subside. The Advertiser
printed a warning and Kalakauti haa
not had anything to say since about
A WHOLE GAR-LOAD.
My the Australia Tuesday the
Pantheon received a full car-load of
the celclnated Anhctiser draught
beer of St. Louis, coming all the
way on ice. The trade in this article
has increased so largely as to neces
sitate special ice-liouso accommoda
tions on boaid of the Australia, and
arrangements are now being made
to erect similar accommodations on
boaid of the through boats to Syd
ney in order to provide for the in
creasing trade in this line.
Sec their advertisement in another
THE RECENT COLLISION.
The Naval Court appointed by
the British Consulate in San Fran
cisco, for the purpose of investigat
ing the recent collision, between the
steamers Oceanic and City of Ches
ter, rendered a dicision on August
27th. The decision concludes as
follows: "The court can only at
tribute the cause of the collision to
the steamship City of Chester, hav
ing been caught in the strong eddy
tide off Fort Point, and the flood
tide taking her on the port bow,
causing her to run against her star
board helm and across the bow of
the steamship Oceanic. Tlio Court
makes no order as regards costs."
Life Insurance Go.,
OF NEW YORK.
Statement of Two Policies.
Policy No. 111,077, S. (J.
Wilder $10,000 00
Life Plan, Insured in 1873.
10 Annual Payments includ.
ing 1S88, cot.t
Original Amount of Policy
Additions limit g 1G jears.
Amount of claim paid in
Honolulu, Sept. 19, 1888..
Poller No ir.n,747, S. O.
Life Plan, Insured in 1875.
14 Annual Payments inclu'l
itiL' 1SSS, cot
O'is'tril Amount of Policy
Additions during 14 jeir.
Amount of claim rnid In
Honolulu, bept. 19. 138..
The above Policies with .id.
diiioni amo'iuted to $29,':29 12
Total coit of same to in.
auicJ 13,511 21
Amount naid over and above
con of Piemiums $17,014 8J
S. B. ROSE,
51 It Agent for Hawaihin Islands.
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
rpiII3 undersigned having been np.
JL poinicd Administrator of tho Ks
tale ot .John Gateia of Kalihl Wiienn,
Honolulu, deceased, gives notice to all
creditors of said John Unicia to present
their cbiimsduly authenticated and with
proper vouchers whether i-pcured by
morlgiige or otherwi'e to him at his
iilllce No. 1(1 ICiiiihiimanu street, Mono
lulu, within six months from date or
hey will bo forever barred.
Adminitrator or the Estate of John
Honolulu, Sept. 13. 1BS 45 1m
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
"The Dally llullclln." 00 cents
Drink as a Life Preserver.
Homo etartlluir Htiitlwtlos
lor. tlio XSonellt. oi 'JTot-ul
A, report on the Inquiry Into the con
nection of disease with habits of intern
peiauee, prepaied by Dr. Isambard
Owen, .Secretary of the Investigation
l ommittcu of the Itriti-b Medical As
sociation, gives some startlluir statistics
for teinperancu people. Paitlcuhirs
have been obtained by tlin committee of
l',';U cases of deceased lives, aged twenty-Ill
o and upward, in Mlilch the hablta
of the person hi repaid io alcohol were
recorded In five classes total abstain
ers habitually temperate, careless
di inkers, free drinkers, and dccidully
intemperate. 'I he ages of death In each
class show an aveiage as follows: To
tal abitiilners M.2S years; habitually
temperate, 02,13; caielcss drinkers,
.VJ.07; free thinkers, f7.50; decidedly
intemperate, r''.C3, This makes the
lowest average diua'lon ot lifo that of
the tectota'er, and the highest that of
thu moderate drinker, his average being
nearly eleven years longer. The habit
ual diimkard averages about
Ioiil'ci than the total abstainer.
Another table prepared by the com
mittee, fiom iihlch all deaths under 30
wciu excluded, showed tho following
tl unions of lifo: Total abstainers",
.17 31; habitually temperate, 00 48;
caielcss drinkers 01. Hi; free drinkers,
08.S7; decidedly liitunipeiiito. 53.12.
Omitting bves under 10 ye rs, theaier
agu ago of death was: Total abstainers
fi '.74 j ears ; habitually temperate. 07.
71; caielcss dilnkeio, 01,15: free drlt.k
cis, 01.08; decidedly intemperate,
BSyln reference to tho above, mo
have for sale at cxtieinely low raits,
PHILIP BEST'S MILWAUKEE LAGER uEtlt
mid W. J. LEMP'S St. LOUIS LAGER DEtl',
III pints and quarts.
W. V, PEACOCK it CO.,
50 lW Meichaiit street,
'PHE ONLY PAPER r.al i.v all
JL elubbef The Dl!y Bulletin.'1 60
ccms per month.
yoilctt mitf V ) hiorf art c.'. iii P
prrltxtforthffitttiiusrutuiil & . n'n;,'
rvery ttMJIonal intirtion.
TVfESSRS. DODD &
A s.. .1 a
J.TA buvu just roi-unud e-
another lot of tbn " PIIILAI)... I'lILv
LAGEK DELll" In licij', w .5,oy
are oll'eriug to iholr i:uilomrri, -I'l iv
IT 1 -l' been dUiov r..d bf th .
t .i.t Crowed a.o ' i L!
tond f 7 weak uirl rilv to t
pure !,!.. : n.i- a , s o
i i. '
Cooked la.o 1 tan mi aim i i . ml
)( I'O.l Dk iii i. W" en c 1 . f i t it-
Clltbl l ll II HU' Ll- li. tt II it .'.111 t!lC
a chil I now life tn a tew wteks t.S 3.v
rpARO MUSH Feed the tick and
JL delira'o persons on Coo'ncd 'I aio
Flour Mush, made tlilu and prcpuod
like corn meal In tolling wilier, a id
served with tat k and sugar. Tbh makes
an elegunt muh. 115 3w
ARO BU I SLlTf-MlxTaro Hour
veiy tinok in Imil ug wi.te-, fien
roll In wheal Hour Mil lO'in into bus.
cult, use a little butter at hot om oT nmi,
smear a little muter over the tup ot Taro
Biscuit, this makes a cheap and excel
lent Tars Cakes. iWHw
RIDDLE CAKt-T.iko luUf ryu
lour, half Tuio Flour, one or two
eggs, little salt, one tcapootifiilof ltoal
Bilking Powder to u cupful of each,
bake or fry on griddle. S 0w
TARO MUSH Use 2 tablespoons
fill of the Taro Flour to each per.
son and mix- thin, prepared like corn
meal in boiling water, serve warm or
cold with milk and sugar Taro Mush
can stnnd a day or two If desind. 35 3w
A GENTLEMAN of over 30 years'
business experience with huge
tlrms in England and this Kingdom is
open for a rc-cneagement as Book.
keeper, Cashier and Correspondent. He.
fcrenccs and testimonials of the highest
older. Addiess P. O. Box 470. 431m
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
THE following gentlemen have been
duly elected to serve as olUccrs of
the Mutual Telephone Co. for the en
suing year, viz:
II. A. Widemann President,
H. Waterhouse Vice-President,
C. O. llcrger Treasurer,
O". O. Perecr Seetetiiry,
W. F. Allen Aulitor.
C. O. BEKGEK,
Honolulu, Sept. 7, 1S88. 41 2w
BY IE S. S, ZBilrSM
MIIIW HHMJimlmJLA!mi.k-lmlL3VTTl .Htl11 !-
a m q-.- 3-
a !& S"t Kit
fry ub I
CHAS. J. FtSHEL,
Will receive a fine line of
Lace Curtains !
And a general assortment
Which wo will oil' r r.t wy
CFBAS. J. FiSHSL
The Leading Millinery House.
Cornur of Fort & Hotel streets.
F YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
X advottieo U lu the Daily Puu.etin
TFfflM E Or SHWbIp
. 0 '
63 & 6& FORT STREET
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' SM Hits, Boy;' Wiiito Shir!
2gr AT VERY LOW PUIOES C
A fuEl line of Ginghams 1
A full line of Batiste !
A Large Assortment
We will close
gf3 For Gents, Ladies,
-3 T' I-I
3EGKAJN Ac COMPANY.
lifts 1 mPbS fffiW Nilllii I
Pill aim a $&3 a IIP i
p tsa i u u a u u a Mfj a
t' i y rza FJ a tfl 81 fo
eem s rurnisning eooas, rj.
To lis Mill ii aiy sta in tti- Kiiiom !
rttnn- Ti u-. I p - jpj - mjwu
V. C. FACERROOS,
l'ractlrul IVntelimakcr & Jeweler,
Has removed to
Late Ym. Turner's Shop, 80 King St.
CSrSatisfaction gu'irantei'd or money
reliiiuled. 21 2ni
Practical WatclinnLer & Hepairor
Goo 1 work piiiiriniccd. At prcstttit
locatid at S. ltoth's tailor simp.
Portland Cement !
V hliu Hros' Cement (full weight).
At lowest tnurkct rate.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Corrugated Roofing !
Best brands, in 0, 7, 8 and 1) ft. lengths.
In quantities to unit at
G. W. MACFARLANE
Pest CiOv.li Urand.
6, 7, 8. and 0 Toot Lengths
.liiHlmdctl llx. Mi j ''C-ii Kcruioii'.U '
For Sale In Quantities to Suit.
Alao, fCO 1I.U. While Br?.'
At the Lowest Market Rates.
OB PRINTING oi all klmii oo.
fluted at the Daily Uullutim Oulcu.
or Wliite Dress Gooflf;!
out at a
Misses & Children. J(S
GJJ & (55 Fort Street.
fvlr, A, M, Hewett,
Purpose leaving for the Coast ia
Ocii'ber jirior to which ho
offers the whole of his
Do not he alarmed that you will not
be uble to purchase in Honolulu
A Handsome Christinas Present
A in San Francisco for Mr. Hewett ia
going to select micli a stock as will
hiiit tlio most faslideous and
surprise our little city.
C?"AH parties now indebted to hlui'
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