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Department of Education.
ToikUmi for furni'diing the mnlo
ritil mid building u Hi'luiul House,
neeotding In specifications to le seen
at tliu Ollico of the Hon id of lCducit
tion, on the lot belonging to the
Hoitid, ill ICnlihi, nmuhii of tin- i-c-i-ilcnce
of A. I''in.iin!. , w lit ho to
uutVod ill tin Oilier up In 11! o'clock
noon of thu (ith instant.
TlieUo.itd docs tint bind iUelf t
accept tl)c lowest or nny tender.
o. jj. hisiiop,
1'ie.sidonl lloaul of Kducntion.
Honolulu; Oct. !1, J 888. 02 151
Department oi Ki nance.
Honolulu, Oetobet 2, 1888.
Applicants for Hawaiian Govern
ment Bonds nro informed thai in
consequence of the unexpectedly
large leceipts from the Hawaiian
Savings Bank, no further Bonds can
bo issued al pioont.
61 Ht Mini-li i of Finance.
BISHOP i& Co., BAMvEHS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
I)a iCcii!iiigc on Uio
EJiuiU n t.'.iSi ifititi, H. IT.
i. !' in ii ago 's in
NEW VOS'.K, dOSfuN, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N .'. IJi'thsd.ilil .V .m, London
The Commviciul Hunk Co., of Sydney,
The Cominoioial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Hani: of New Zealand: Aucklaud,
Christ, li'iroh, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a Genera! Banking Busings.
"X JLl X3
Pledged lo 7tcither Sect nor Parly,
Bui established lor the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 3, 1888.
As a proof of what may be done
to improve the health of people by
wise and persistent sanitary instruc
tion, it was stated al a "Health
Congress" recently held at Brigh
ton, England, that among those who
atlentjt'd some of the large Poor Law
-Unioa- schools, the death-rate had
been reduced by successive stages
from twelve to less than three in a
thousand. This is a striking exam
ple of what sanitary science can
effect, Probably in no country in
the world lias more vigoious and in
telligent efforts been made within
the last twenty or thirty years to
impiovc public health than in Eng
land, and with highly satisfactory
results. Not the least among the
agencies employed is sanitary in
struction, in schools and at public
gatherings of adults. .Statistics
show that the general improvement
effected by the various means em
ployed is great, particularly among
the poorer and more ignorant
classes. Waste of life among them
is not nearly so great as it was a few
When month after month we read
our own mortuary statistics, note
the very high death rate considering
the natural mildness of the climate,
mark the number of cases reported
as "unattended," etc., wo may well
pause and ask ourselves whether we
are really devoting that attention to
health matters which their impor
C. MING HYM AGAIN.
EuiTou 13i u.r.i in : In the
C. Advertiser" of the 28th
there is tin article in which
writer tells us Chinese that this
white linn's country, and that
arc only hero on sufferance,
says the whito man came liciu lh'ot
an'd that Hie Chinese have no busi
ness to intitule. Thai, at least, is
what he evidently means although
the article is lull of good advice
about doing justice Ions and how wo
ought to practise moderation and not
stand up for our rights oiir&elvcs but
trust in the "jiiotice" of the haole
as our best .safeguard. That is ex
actly what we have been doing al
ready, too long. The luiolns talk t-o
much about tho"rigIils of man," and
their religion, il they would but fol
low it, leaches such good sense
about how men should treat their
neighbors, that wo lmvo bean foolish
enough to expect ery different
treatment from them from what wo
are experiencing and what limy
threaten us with. Hut now we tiro
taking notice of deeds and not of
words and precepts, and find the
wliUemrui Is ono thing in his talk
ami quite a different ono in his
In the article I refer to the great
things which the haole has done for
his country are spoken of, and
among other things we are told that
he even brought the first Chituumin
here. I am jjkul the writer con
fptiea that this was one of this good
things the while man has done, but
why is he anvioin now to have it
undone? He talks all along as if he
considered the country belonged to
the whites as a reward lo them for
bringing here some half a dozen re
ligions that do not ngiee with one
another, except in each claiming to
be the true Christian one. and, with
them, a gi cat many bail habits ami
vilo disease which hne done the
llawaiiaus plenty of harm. This le
waid the "Reform" people arc evi
dently no trying to make sure of.
They think tlicv fan master the 11a-
waiians with a boft word on this
side and n hard blow on the other.
But they 11 ml the Chinese rather in
their way. My countrymen do nol
give all the heed to soft words which
these people would like, and as for
hard blows it appears that they do
not take kindly to them. For my
part, it seems to mc that the Ila
waiians came here a long time be
fore either haole or pake, and that
they are the people who ought to be
most consideicd. If it is leally the
question (which I for one do not
at all believe) that either the Chi
nese must be oppressed, harassed
and finally dtiven away, or that the
white men must give up and go,
then it i proper that the Hawaiian
should decide which it is to be. The
Chinese are not at all afraid to leave
such a decision to them. The natives
know who aic their real friends and
will stand by them when not fright
ened by threats, or bribed by false
promises from doing so, and when
it comes to the point it will be seen
that the Hawaiian will stand by the
Take every time. Yours,
C. jMlNli IIlM.
Honolulu, Oct. 1, 1888.
MR. TOM DOW SPEAKS.
Eiitok Iki.t.r.Tix : Your corres
pondent II. G. N. refers to my
speech at the mass meeting in the
Chinese Theatre and appears to
think 1 was lomancing because 1
said the navy ol the Chinese Gov
ernment is able to pi oteet the Chi
namen who arc in Hawaii. I 'crimps
the ieport of my speech, being com
pressed into a tew lines, after being
translated into English, dues not
convey cleaily the sense of what I
said. It is true however, whether
II. G. N. and such as he, think so
or not, that the Government of
China is both able and ready lo sec
justice is done to us wherever we
aie. The ships of war which China
now possesses are acknowledged by
those who ate able to judge lo be
equal lo the best of their class in the
navies of other countiies, and if
such provocation should be given as
shall foicc her to send one or more
of them heie to obtain justice lor
her subjects Hawaii would find re
sistance useless. Perhaps II. G.N.
thinks that the United States and
Gieat P.ritain would fight for Ha
waii. But if he labors under that
delusion I advice him lo look lo Sa
moa lor a lesson. The ships of war
of these countries would look after
the protection of American and
British subjects and their property.
But so long as Hawaii continues to
stand alone, and does not put her
self under the ptotection of some
foreign Hag, she will be left as Sa
moa lias been, tofiuht her own bat
tles whenever, by unjust conduct, I
she gets herself into trouble with
The discussion now going on in
your paper about Chinese makes
me desire to speak about some mat
ters which it has brought to my
mind. It seems to me that the Ha
waiian Government is only pretend
ing to try to keep out my fellow
countrymen fioin this place. They
sec that it is necessary for them lo
pander to the popular prejudice
among the class of people who
helped them into power last year,
so they make a show of excluding
Chinamen. But nil the time we
have steamers coining here from
Hongkong bringing 20U or tiOO Chi
namen. This shows that the Min
isters are not sincere about this, and
only talk Anti-Chinese talk to make
fools of people like II. G. N. whom
they want to please. Otherwise they
would easily put a atop to so many
Chinese coming, by letting the
Hongkong Government know that
the captains of Iheso steamers are
breaking its laws, which for many
yeais have been that no vessel shall
carry away iiom Hongkong more
thai! twoiily-lho Chinese passengers
for these inlands, The' owners and
captains of the-e steamers bteak the
law eveiy time they come hero and
would have to pay very heavy lines
if the Attorney-General would have
them pmceded against in Hongkong,
instead of spending his brains try
ing to keep Chinamen from landing
when they get liore.
1 see by the papers that a certain
Noble is very pit i I ul to the natives
because they aie nearly all gono
from Kauai. This gentleman is a
gieat lleiotin man, and lo hear him,
or any oilier of the Missionary
paity talk about the natives, people
would think limy cared a great deal
about them, and aio sorely afraid
that my countrymen will turn lliein
out, fioin everywheto and take their
places. This is very nice talk lo
come from the lleforui patty. It is
not the Chinaman, but the haole
that is thrusting the native Hawai
atMSjHw ut, whMiatenCisytg(ittwc
ian nsldo in his own country. What
have they been doing over since they
got into power but pushing the na
tivo aside to make room for the
haole. I do nol think that there is loft
in the government service any native
or half white drawing a salary of so
much as 2,000 a year, and who
have lliey put in the places of the
natives? Sonic men who have done
u great deal for the country, and
arc very clever for the work given
them to do? Not go. Only their
haugeis on, who could not make a
good living until they were provided
tor in this way, with the places that
belonged lo the natives. People
who do this soil of thing should not
talk about who is pushing the native
on one side in his own country, and
say il is the Chinaman. They should
have sufficient sense, or shaino to
hold their tongues. The Chinamen
and the Hawaiian can always live
friendly together in this land. Many
Chinamen ate mariied to Hawaiian
wives, and nearly everyone of us
can talk to the natives in his own
language, which is more than can he
saiil of sonic of the haoles who have
been put into the places from which
the Hawaiians weio turned out. It
would be very much better for the
Hawaiians, (the people to whom the
islands really belong) if we had a
pake Government hero instead of a
Reform League haolo Government.
II. G. N. asks whv the Chinese
Government do not give the white
men lights in China. He evidently
does not know much on Ibis subject.
A while man when he wauls to do
busines in China is not asked to pay
a license fee, as he would be here.
He can do any sort of business he
likes, and wherever he goes the
Chinese Government protects him,
although he pays no taxes at all,
except the duties on the goods lie
imports, which he makes the China
men he sells his goods to pay back
to him in the price he chaiges.
Honolulu, Oct. 1, 1888.
Late Fofi lews.
A dispatch from Zanzibar dated
September 23rd, says: A conflict
arose between German residents
and the coast tribes at Bagomogo
to-day. The Geiman Admit ul
landed with a foiec from the Leip
sic to assist the Germans, and kill
ed loO men without suffering a sin
gle casualty. General Matthews,
who for fifteen years has been ti list
ed by the natives, lias fled fiom
Pangani, having been nearly mur
dered. The rebels arc declaring
asrainst all Europeans, and a gene
ral uptisiiig is leared. The Sultan
has temporarily resumed the admin
istration of Tanga and Pagani until
the anti-German feeling has sub
sided. At Suakin the rebels have been
throwing shells fioin an inttenclied
position within U00 yaids of the
town. In spite of British firing
they made an attempt to plant a gun
.")00 yards from the town, but failed.
The garrison is in a dangerous posi
tion owing to the likelihood that the
rebels will capture the wells.
A large box arrived at St. Peters
burg September 2.'3rd, fiom War
saw. The addicss was insufficient
and the box was opened and found
to contain the body of a lady attired
in a costly dress, with a profusion
of lace and -jewels. The woman
had been strangled to death. It is
suspected she was murdered by ni
hilists. The "Nord" referring to the sus
picion that the Chinese arc prospect
ing in Sihetia and seeking there an
opening for emigration instead of in
America and Australia, says that
Russia would not allow Chinese im
migration to Siberia.
One hundred and fifty square
miles of land in the Burdwan dis
liiu of Bengal are Hooded. Crops
in Bombay and the Deccan are
threatened by drought. The Gov
ernment is prepating to take mea
suies of relief.
A price light look place at Buf
falo, N. Y., September 10, between
llattie Leslie and Alice Leary,
which was won by the former in
A reward of $20,000 has been of
fered for the capture of the mur
derer of Sncll, the millionaire.
A young woman has been mur
dered near Gateshead, England, ex
actly after the White Chapel me
thod. The body was discovered
Sept. 23rd, in the street.
A dispatch from Windsor, (Onta
rio), Sept. l!)lh, says that Solomon
White, member of Parliament lor
Not th Essex, has declared in favor
of political union with the United
A dispatch from Brisbane,Queens
hmd, St-pt. 19th, says: Two ware
houses in Eaglo btreet, Crown's and
Baker's, were destroyed by (iro to
day. Loss, $2,000,000.
The Sultan has refused to sanc
tion a piolocol defining Turkey's
rights in the Red sea, which tho
Porte proposed to append to tho
The London "Chronicle's" Beilin
correspondent says that Franco 1ms
submitted lo the Czar the draft of a
treaty of alliance
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Company has been founded at Ham
buig with a capital of -1,000,000
Kail Kottn, tho publisher, died at
Munich, Sept. l'J.
riM-IE ONLY LIVE" PAPER i
JL Honolulu "The Dully Bulletin,
CO cents per mouth.
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS OCTOBER TERM.
in banco nnroitK rui.i. tinxnt.
Tuesday, Oct. 2d.
Tho King vs. Paulo l'uniai and
Makamaka. Attorney-General C.
W. Ashford and Deputy Peterson
for the Crown j A. Rosa for de
fendant. Forgery. Defendant Mr
kamaka's exceptions from Fourth
Circuit, Kauai, August term, 1888,
.Bulge Dole presiding. Defendant's
oral motion for a continuance to al
low time to produce further alllda
vit. Continuance granted until to
morrow. The King vs. Chop Tin. Altor-noy-Gcneral
and Deputy for the
Crown ; A. Rosa and V. V. Ashford
for defendant. Larceny, second
degree. Defendant's exceptions
from Fourth Circuit, August term,
Judge Dole presiding. Appeal ar
gued and submitted.
Lorrin A. Thuiston, guardian of
Pakuakuii (k), a minor, vs. Wm.
Aylett. W. O. Smith for plaintiff;
A. Kosa for defendant. Bill lo can
ecl a deed. Defendant's appeal
from decision of August 23, 1888,
and decree of August 21), 1888,
thereon of Judge Preston for plain
tiff, ordering "the deed set aside.
Defendant filing a motion to intro
duce new evidence, and asking a
continuance until the 3rd to lite affi
Daniel Kaleialii ct al vs. Kckua
wcla (k). ct al. W. O. Smith and
A. P. Peterson for plaintiffs ; A. S.
Hartwell for defendants. Eject
ment. Jury waived April term,
18S. Defendant's appeal from de
cision of May 18, 1888, of Judge
Dole. Plaintiffs raising the point
of insufficiency of the bill of excep
tions and the matter being argued,
the Court takes it under considera
tion, and if the point is found not
well taken, will then hear the par
tics upon the merits.
Wi:i)Si:soay, Oct. 3rd.
Chas. Loisen vs. J. T. Water
house and F. S. Lyman, Executors
ol the, estate of J. D. Mills, deceas
ed. Assumpsit $1210. Defendant's
appeal from a decision of August
25, 188S, of Preston J., refusing to
gr.int their motion for a new trial
and reserving the point whether no
tice of motion for a new trial must
be given at the time the exceptions
to the verdict arc taken and before
the jury arc discharged. After argu
ment of the respective counsels the
matter is submitted. Creighton for
plaintiff; Smith for defendant.
i longh Engineer
FOB a I'lania ion a thoroughly com.
potent and sober in.ui is lupiiiel
lo talte charcc of the S'enin I'louiilis.
Int bo a good Blncksmitli. Apolv to
02 lv THKO. II. DAVIES & CO.
Dissolution of Co-nsirtner-shin.
HpiIL copartnership lurelofoic vxtel
X big between Louis Aniliade and
I. Itodncucs, tinder the style ol Amlr.ulo
ito Co w,is tlits day dis-olved by mutual
tonsuit The business will be ronlinucd
by L. Andiade alone.
02 It 1. JIACHUKA.
.-, rPHL' scliooaer "Waiehu,'
,Sj.Vj J- complete in cveiyrts
.Ov' I'lUl, "Mil H.tJIS, UIKWS III-
3s$iji tings, etc., and caa be made
-:i i '
teady for sea in a few lion r". The
dimmer has recently In en thoroughly
overhauled, okancd, coppered and lcnu.
vattd. For partienlat3 apply
Mas. C1IAS. NKH.SON.
02 lw 110 King street.
i SPEOTaL meeting of the slock
X holder-, of the Mutual Telephone
Company will bo hold for thepuiposo
of "Aliuiing tho IJy.Lawf," al the Com.
pany'i Building, on WEDNESDAY,
October 10th, tit 10 o'clock a. m.
O. O. BERGEIt,
51 Id Seciutary.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
BSr OFFER FOR SALE -a
Quarts & Pints.
Dont. Ss Gcldermnnn, Carte Hlanchc,
Onus. E.irro, Extra Cuvee.
JBLliine "wine :
Quarts & Pints.
Fiom tho Ilrcmer Rathskeller &
Chutc.m In floss.
Cognac ! Cognac !
From liou'.dlcau & Co.,
From Bistjutt, Dubnuchu &Co.,
From Dol.iiugcllls & Co., &c., &c.
Ki:it, Alii' & &AG1 KHMER:
Qtiiu Is & Pints.
From St. Paul I Brewery and A. Mueller,
Quarts it Pints. Aleo
Port Wine, Sherry,
gw, am, cm.
Old Tom, luybrand, &c., &c.
Scotch it IrUli, &c, &c,
PHE OLDEST DAILY in tlu
1. Kingdom "Tho Daily Bulletin.'
60 rents per month.
Auction Sales by Lowls J. Lovoy.
By order of Hvmuti Uros , Assignees of
tho Es'ato of Yco Hop. I will sell at
Public Avctloii, nt my Salesrooms
On Friday, Oct. 5th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
The Stock of said Ltip, consist
AVhito & livowii Cottons,
Men's & Women's Heslery, Slniw &
Kelt finis fihllts, Clothing, Potfu.
meiy, trowing Cot oust, Glass Show
"Case, Ch'iiiduller, o. , Ku,
1 New Homo Sowing Machine,
1 Household Sowing Machine,
Both In good order. Also,
One Express Carriage.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
G2 2t Auctioneer.
English Ale !
I am instructed to oiler for sale nt
On Friday, Oct. 5th,
AT 1S8 O'CLOCK XOO.V,
At mv Silcsroom, coiner of Fort and
Queen M reels, to close consign
ment per tccent arrivals
100 Cases Pale Ale
Of tho well-known brand of J.
Ti.nii.int, Glasgow, in Bond.
to bo sold positively
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
MACHINE for Shelling Coffee.
Anv oue haNlng ono for s'lle or
able and willing to make ono, please nd.
dns i this office 48 tf
MY office will be closed from Sopiem.
bur 22nd to October 27lh, during
my absence from the Kingdom.
M. E. GROSSMAN,
36 tf Dentist, !H Hold St.
DURING my absence from thu King
(lorn the lion. W. F. APcn will
act for me under a full power of attor
ney in all "private matters, and also in
all estates in which I am assignee or
agent. W. C. PARKE.
Honolulu, August 25, 1888. 2U 2m
A YOUNG German Woman with
a Boy of 2 years of age, wishes a
situation as general house servant, and
is willing lo woik lor low wages. G od
town refciences given. For particulars
apply at Bulletin Offlcc. 158 lw
GENTLEMAN of over 80 ycats'
busiuohS experience villi large
Hi ms iu England and this Kingdom is
open for a ru-cngagcmcnt as Book
keeper, Cashier and Coi respondent. Re
ferencus and testimonials of the highest
ouler. Addicss 1 O. Box 470. U lm
EOIt RENT or LEASE
House near the corner
Bcrctnnia and Piikoi
I present occupied by
Malcolm Hiown. Possession given Octo.
bor 1, liiM. At ply to
At Recoidoi's Gflieo, Gov. Building.
price, S12o. Apply
nt tho Bulletin Office.
91 8td oaw
. FOR SALE.
D WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale Boat, HO feet long, 3 foot
deep; 8 feet wide j 2 22 feet Surf Boats;
1 18 feet Surf Boat; 2 Ducked Plunger,
10 feet long, 6 feet 0 indies wide, 2 feet
G inches deep, with mast and sails all
complete; 1 2i feet Sailing Scow, with
mast, and sails all complole. Apply to,
E. R. RYAN,
Bom Builder and General Jobber. 51 tf
Win. O. Atwater,
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
sopl-2 0 ly
JAMES jgaS: CARTY
Can bo found next door to tho P. O. A.
Office, Merchant hired.
HackH Noh. 18, 7, (5(5, 75, ISO
Mutual 590-aTELEPH0NES3r Bell 204
Wall Paper !
A Largo Assortment of tho
Latost BtylBBjn Wall Pbdbp
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
60 4 Queen Street. f lw
iJa 1 a Eaafln tea Ca HC w
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OV
Ladies', Gents', & Cites' Bathing Suits,
Also, Ladies' Black
Constant Lino of Schooners Ample Opportunity for All.
OWING lo our constantly increasing hushics and thu great demand of an npprc
dating community, wo havo conelud'd in oll'or an opportunity to all parties
having capital. Our Lino of Schooners may bo seen gliding over the "Bat" filled
to their utmost carrying capacity of Cleat, Cool and Invigorating
John Wieland's Philadelphia Lager Beer !
Arr rl"IIlB "CJRlTERtON SALOON."
To nccoinmo laic our Vast Fleet of Schoonurs, our ioc vaults arc now being en.
largcd icgardlcss of cost. Tho
Is the only-place whero a Cool Glass of PUII AD1L1M1IA BEER, on Dinught
cnii be had in Honolulu. Step forward. Gentlemen, now's the time. f2 lm
:JUST DECEIVED AT:
A LARGE INVOICE OF FINE JEWELRY
OF THE LATEST & PRETTIEST DESIGNS
DIAMONDS INSOLTTAIRES & CLUSTER !
The Famous orlinm Solid Kilvcrwiivc V I-lneMt Triple
IMalcilivare, In treat vnrlety.
Waltham Watches, Elgin Watches &c,
At Exceedingly Low Prices.
ESnaiilil'til Marble Cloehs I
Speeinl Line, ol A.Im-m OloelcN, tit Ssl 'T'C
Those Goods have all been personally ducted in tho Stales, guaran
teeing thereby a choice holeelion of tho Newest and Latest Designs.
Sample Packages of Goods bent to any pait of (be Kingdom. Having
eveiy facilities requisite for a lirst-elase jeweliy manufacturing establish
ment, we feel confident that we can inaiiufaetuie anything that may be re
quited in the Jewelry or Silverwate Line.
&& AV ATJCCXZ XilQl'AIlSl'O .to KiNGRAVING"a
In our well-known ninnntr.
P. O. Box 42 (fit! 1ml fort Street.
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
In Plush it Leather; Risque, Glass & Pniian Wine, Opera &
Marino Ulassen, Telescopes,
TMLxxsie Boxes, Toys, JdSooks, Altm:ms,
And other things too numerous to montion. All the above
Goods will bo offered at the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
The above Goods are New,
been imported ex recent arrivals and
gS OJPJEIV EVENINGS g$
W. H. GRAEIHALGH
1 OO Fort Stveet. Honolulu.
FOBa1 STjaiuurx", Honolulu.
Z3T BARGAINS -i
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than
SHELF-HABDWAEE, PLOWS k Gil MERCHANDISE
Novel ticH imrt Ftuicy Goodw, Iu Lnrgo Vurloty.
NOTICE to CKEDlTOltS.
HPHK undersigned having been up.
X polnled Adiniiilsliatnr of tho Es
tntoot John aaroiii,.of KaliliiWuena,
Honolulu, deceased, gives notiou lo nil
creditors of said John Garcia to present
their claims duly authenticated and with
proper vouchors whether t-ecurcd by
tnoityago or ntlieiwifo to him nt JiiH
ollloo No. 15 Kauhuinoiitt street, Ilono.
lulu, within six months from date or
thoy will bo forever baited.
Administrator of tho Estate of John
Honolulu, Bppt. IU, 1888. 45 lm
Diamond Dye Hose
Ladies' Work Baskets,
Fresh and of the Latest Design, having
wero selected expressly for tho trado.
Now invoice of
NOTICE to CllEDITOKS.
THE undersigned give notice that
'hoy have been appointed As
signees of A. Morgan, oairiago nianu.
facturcr, of Honolulu. All persons hav.
ing uny claims ugaiust tho said A.
Morgan whether secured by mortgage
or otherwise, are untitled to prcbent the
miuo lo tho Assignees within 11 mouths
fiom September ii, 1H88. All persons
indebted to Mr. A, Morgan nro re.
quested to make immediate payment to
II. O. BRYANT,
LOUIS T. VALENTINE,
Assignees of A. Morgan.
Honolulu, Sopt L'S, 1888. fji 2y
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