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Honolulu, Hawaiian IshrmU.
Oiaw Esch&nge o.i ttic
Umilt oi Onli toi-dln, H. IT.
And tliolr ap-n'& ill
NEW YORK, BOSTOM ONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Unthscln . & Son, London
The Uommrtoinl Man:, i o., of Sydney,
The Common inl Dank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Ghristchurch, nnd Wellington,
Tho Hank of Brithh Columbia, Vic
torla, B 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact :i Genera) huuUlug BtislacBS.
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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, OCT. S, 188S.
HILLEBRAND'S HAWAIIAN BOT
ANY. A most valuable addition to the
lisl of books on these islands is the
"Flora of the Hawaiian Islands."
proparcd h Dr. William Ilillebrand.
The lneeli.inicul execution of the
book, printing and binding, aic evi
dently of the first cln, and main
tain the hih icpiilation of the vari
ous publishers' names that appear
on the little page, Winter, of Heidel
berg; Willianih . Norgate, of Lon
don; WeMcnnniiu, of New York.
It is the di! oi oais of unrequited
toil. It is al-o hugely a posthu
mous woik. We learn from the
biographical prolate that it has been
brought to successful oomplulion
through the lilial devotion of the
son, whose name also appears on the
title page, "W. F. Ilillebrand. He
has not yet been gazetted, as decor
ated by tho King with the Order of
Kapiolani. This is perhaps because
the book lias not yet been brought
to the knowledge of the Government
of that Order. The book is very
appropriately dedicated on behalf of
the family to"Thc Hawaiian people,
whose kindly traits of character the
author warmly appieciatcd, and to
whose welfurc, dining a sojourn of
twenty years, his best energies were
Dr. Ilillebrand died suddenly,
July lo, 18Sl, at Heidelberg, where
he had resided for several years,
while engaged on the woik he had
begun when lie was a resident of
these islands. It is a complete
enumeration and description in
scientific nomenclature, (English,
not Latin) of all known Hawaiian
flowering plants, with the addition of
the ferns and a few other vascular
cryplogamous plants. Mosses and
lichens had been diligently collected,
but are not included in this treatise
which fills a portly volume, Gxb'A in.,
Born in Westphalia, Nov. l.'i,
1821, educated as a physician, Dr.
Ilillebrand was compelled by pul
monary ailments to seek a home in
the wanner climate of the tropics.
Taking a sea-voyage to Australia,
passing thence to Manila, and from
there to .San Francisco, he was ad
vised to try the climate of the Ha
waiian Islands. Here he found his
health fully restored, lie made his
home attractive with the plants he in
troduced from other lands. Stran
gers often ask now for the privilege
of visiting Hillcbrand's garden,
which with its varied tropical vege
tation now constitutes one of the
charming features of Mr. S. C.
Foster's beautiful residence, near
the lower end of Nuiinnu Avenue.
While a resident of Honolulu, Dr.
Ilillebrand was an acknowledged
authority among the members of the
mcdicpl profession. His departure
in 1871 was deeply regretted by the
whole community. lie had filled
important positions in connection
with the Hospital, Insane Asylum,
Board of Health, and the Agricul
. turai Society. In 18(55 and 18GG,
as Commissioner of Immigration for
the Hawaiian Government, he visit
ed China nnd the East Indies, and
made large collections of plants,
with a view to their introduction as
an addition to the resources and at
tractions of these Islands.
In the volume, that has recently
been published, and put on sale
here at the reasonable price of
SG.50, we have descriptions of 180
species and G genera, not before
known to the scicntificjworld. Dr.
Hillcbrand's collection of specimens
is now in the loyal Botanical Mil
soum of Berlin. It was presented
to that institution by his family, in
accordunco with the wish ho ex
pressed on his dying bed. Of the
U99 species described in the "Flora,"
G5JJ aro peculiar to these islands,
Ji!)l are found in other similar locali
ties, 11 .1 have been introduced since
, Capt. Cook's first visit to the Js
Dr. Ilillebrand had prepared a
' very clear and succinct account of
the geological and climatic features
of the islands. He had made his
' botanical researches and facts, the
basis of some very interesting dis
cussions on the age of the various
islands, the insular peculiarities of
vegetation, tho origin and develop
ment of species. It is greatly to bo
;' lamented that his sudden death ab
1 ruptly tenninutcd tho elaboration of
thoso points, which the fiaginenlary
, notes published, even in their dis
, jointed collocation, indicato that tho
author was preparing to discuss
M remarkable itcenaess hd ?agft
Knowledge ot everyone oi trie is
lands gives a guaranty of accuracy
to any statement made, and hU well
known painstaking fidelity makes
this book a reliable authority in re
gard to all matters ol whit! u tvalv.
In the preface duo acknowledg
ments are made to the various resi
dents, whoe knowledge of 11 iwaiiun
plants, and whose private collections
liavo been generouslj put at Dr.
llillebrand's disposal in the pror
ation of this "Flora." J. M. Lyd
gate, (now of Laupahoehoe), V.
Knudsen, K. Bailey. E. Johnson, E.
Bishop, D. D. Ualdwin, are local
collectors and botanist'-,, whose
names frequently appear. The
maps, specially prepared for this
publication, arc a valuable addition:
and the general resume of the sci
ence ot botany (Bcuthnm's) makes
the book specially serviceable to any
of our young people who may wisli
to lake up the study of this interest
ing department of knowledge. There
ought to be many enthusiasts among
us, who will gladly avail themselves
of this means of perfecting their
acquaintance with the wonders nnd
wealth of vegetable life, a3 develop
ed in these islands. In the "Enu
meration of Hawaiian Plants," pub
lished by Horace Mann, Jr., in
1SGG, there are described only 020
species, of which 377 are those
peculiar to these islands. Yon
Midler, in his seven volumes of the
"Flora Australicnsis," describes
about D,000 different species.
The Hawaiian names are given for
JiOG plants about 200 more might
have been given but the young 11a
waiians of this generation arc woe
fully ignorant of the specific names
in their own language even for the
common plants to be seen by the
roadside. The Hawaiian uula is
tailed in Tahitian iiwara, in New
Zealand kumura, and eumnr by
the Quichuas of Ecuador. For the
cocoanut palm the Hawaiian Islands
are said to be the northern limit, as
also for the bread-fruit tree, which
here never matures seeds being pro
pagated only by suckers. One spe
cies of the native banana is said oc
casionally to produce seeds. The
Chinese Banana, and the so-called
Brazilian, (really fiom Java), were
introduced in 18;m. The kalo is
said to grow nowhere else in such
perfection as in the Hawaiian Is
lands. The upper limit of profitable
cultivation of the sugar cane is said
to be 2,800 feet on the leeward and
1,S00 feet on the windnnid sides of
these islands. The Dronera longi-
foliu is mentioned as a llesh-cating
plant, Mr. Kuudseu describing its
leaves as covered witli the dead
bodies of Hies in every stage of de
composition. The book is exceedingly well in
dexed, but while frequent reference
is made to Waiora, no such name
appears in the lisl of books quoted.
The economical uses of the plants,
or their medicinal value aro seldom
mentioned. An interesting account
ot the cause of coffee-blight is given
on page 17G. The oil of our Aamani
nuts is said (o be a remedy for rheu
matism, and the juice of the jnta
lu In ior chronic ulcers. Tho
lUsthetic student of our Hawaiian
flora will not find much for his use,
but that department is ably present
ed in Mrs. Sine! ur's "Indigenous
Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands"
witli its colored lithographs of forty
five plants. II.
FOR MR. GKUN HEE.
Eimon Bui.i.i'.iik: The Chinese
Theater may possibly be a nuisance,
but not to Mr. Chun Hee, as he
lives on the Waikiki side if Fort
street. Nothing could beucr ex
hibit maliciousness than his contri
bution to the Humxtix ot Friday
evening. Articles ot this natuie re
ferring to a matter pending before
the Courts intended to prejudice a
fair trial, work do harm where there
are fearless judges, as licie, and
judged by an intelligent community,
but their sinister motives rather re
act upon the cause they attempt to
serve ; so 1 shall not attempt to re
fute the allegation of nuisance but
leave it to an impartial court. I
suggest, however, that the nuisance
complained of by Mr. Chun Hee,
undoubtedly exists in the fact that
hu may frequently have desired to
obtain admission to the theater for
half price, which would of course
bejfrcftibed. AVong Droit.
Honolulu, Oct. (!, 1888.
Di:ah Mn. Ennou: ,S' I not
forwiite last week because many
friends been pleasure witli me for
visit the Kilauca. "We find most
lire the crater better than J see when
visit other lime. I read in tho
book at Volcano House many (Inn
words for description the lire-hole
but not more the words than tho
really "beautiful, grand, protty,
magnificent, gorgeous, activity,
belch, boom, (izz, bang," and many
other I forget, but I think it more
pretty sight than many llrewoiks
last Fourth ol July sit'llilo, only
when smell the sulphur smoke 1
think more worso than smell for the
lirewoiks. "We have good time look
at the wonder for Madam Pole and
get back Hilo all right but some
paily have use tarelul for sit down
lor few days after because the sad
dle very haul.
.Some night when very lew cloud
then wo look at shine on heaven from
Kilauca to Hilo some time very
Not much rain for Hilo but Capt.
Matson, he come with ship Lurline
last week but not Hist Cupt. Mat-
Son, because la beoii .slop fi.in
Francisco, but this one been No. 1
mate when real captain arrived.
Lurline freight many swino also
some bran and hay ami other thing
for Hilo stores for sell and only one
passenger lady Miss Dio, who been
go Papaikou for leach 1 hear.
1 set Mr. Frank Austin been Hilo
sometime often ride around all same
much influence, with Englishman
spy for look the plantations for buy
of Hilo. I not see him for wear all
same other' times many wide ribbon
lor silk to his middle body. 1 think
that for time dude, now been much
travel and learn not much use that
thing. 1 hear agent for plantations
not much want for sell because now
mako plenty money for sugar of
Hilo, but 1 only hear that, perhaps
My friend been try for poetry but
I afraid lor not very good because
he not well understand how rhyme
words but 1 think this small poetry
'Hie Hilo Hoy ho smoke pipe,
He smoke another cigarette,
Then be stop smoke for gripe,
Then siiy, "no more, you bet."
J. 1. WlSAflT.ItS.
Hilo, Oct. -lth.
THE POLIGY OF THE BOARD OF
Eiinoi! Bui.uvnx: Koloa is not
the only district suffering from the
absence of a physician, many parts
of the islands are in the same state.
The policy pursued by the Board of
Health in the matter of government
physicians lias been to reduce their
salaries, under the plea of expense,
but truly in order to maintain an
expensive Health Bureau, the presi
dent of which has cost Sl,(!2f dur
ing the past twelve months, travel
ling expenses excluded. When Dr.
Trousseau held the position, it cost
the country nothing, furthermore he
was an able man and possessed the
confidence ol the physicians on the
islands, and the public. The pres
ent incumbent costs the country
considerable, and has neither the
confidence of the public, physicians,
or officials in any health department
and the only return one sees, for
paying to the tune of S1,G23 for the
past year, is a copious display of
ink, and hack fares, and innumer
able quarantine farces.
The income oi tho President of
the Board of Health would provide
three, or at least two more physi
cians for districts on the islands,
thereby serving the interests of the
public in a greater degree.
Oct. G, 1888.
EiuTon Bui.i.ivnx: The advice
given by the newspapers to grow
potatoes, hay, com, coll'ec, ramie,
cinchona, etc-, would most willingly
he followed by a good many people
of small means, if they had the
land, but where can they plant?
Where can they try? Here in Ko
hala, it would be as easy to take the
moon by the teeth, as the French
man says, as to buy a ten-acre lot.
Once in a very great while, one can
secure two or three acres, or tracts
far too large for small purses, but
none of medium size.
All the lands here belong to the
Government, the Crown, Queen
Emma's estate, and to a few large
and small owners.
These last ones aro not expected
to sell, as they have barely room
enough to put up a little house,
keep a small pasture for their
horses, and plant a few flowers and
As ior the large proprietors they
always will try to increasu their
dominions ; moreover they find a
good profit, and little trouble, in
leasing, (if not planters themselves)
their lands in tho sugar bell loca
tion, to the mills, and converting
their highlands into prosperous
ranches. If by chance they lease
to a poor man, at a very remunera
tive rate, a lost corner, it will be
only for a year at a time, very sel
dom for more. Well, I ask you, is
a man expected to build, fence in,
and break up, when Damoclc's
sword, under the shape of eviction
is hanging over his head? Note well
that I do not blame the landlords
for acting in this way, every one
tries to make as much as he can out
of his properties, beside, I have to
add in their bchalt,, that they did
not till the present abuse of their
rights, but who knowb, what may
happen under diffcient circum
stances. If trusts or corners mean dear
living, land monopoly means ruin in
a small country. In fact it resusci
tates the feudal regime of by-gone
times, with its Lords and sorfs, op
pression and revolutions. Ancient
and modern history teaches us how
terrible agrarian questions have
been, and still arc. Heavens pre
serve! lint if the sugar business was
to fail, owing to a kind of blight or
plyloxera as in Madeira, or to aivy
other cause, what would become of
our thousands of laborers without
home, land or means? Would they
not bo a most serious danger for
May thus, as unique remedy, the
Ministers, do all in their power to
avert from our dear paradise, this
dire event, by granting liomcstcadH
where nnd when possible.
The homestead question is in my
opinion a vital one. Civis,
rVHE ONLY LIVE PAPER in
X Honolulu "Tho Dally Uullcthi,
CO cents per mouth.
"jVB office will beclosrd fiom Sep t-m.
ItX her 22nd to Octot'or 27tli, dining
my absence fiom tho Klucrinni.
M. E. GROSSMAN,
Sfitf Dentin, !H II oi el St.
DURING my absence fiom the King
doui the lion. W. P. AHeu will
net for mo uiiilci a full power of attor.
ney in all prhalc mutiut -. ami also In
nil estates lu wlileli I am a'; itfiifo or
agent. W. C. PARKE.
Honolulu, AuguM 2-i. 1833. an 2m
170H n Plantation a thoumghly eom.
? petcnt nnd pcdicr man is uqubed
to take charue of the Stciini Plounhs.
MiiFt he n good llitclnilth. Apnlv to
CSJlw THKO. 11. UAVHiS & CO.
GENTLEMAN of over SO years'
business cincrience with laree
firms in Eugland and this Kingdom is
open for a rc-enpngoinent as Book,
keeper, Cashier and Correspondent. He.
fcrencea and testimonials of the highest
older. Addiess P. O. Box 170. 42 liu
NOTICE is hcrehv given that at a
meeting of the undersigned mut
uers of the Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co.,
it was resolved to accept tho charter
granted September 27, 1SS8, by the
Minister of Interior for the incorpora.
tion of the Hawaiian Fruit .te Turn (Jo.,
(Limited) W. 11. DANIELS,
A. N. KEI'OIKAI,
.T. D. HOLT.
Wniluku, Jlanl Oct. -I, ttiSS. 05 2w
Dissolution ol' Copartner
ship. nPHE co-parlnctship heretofore exist
JL ing 1 etren the undersigned, con
stituliny the linn of the Hawaiian Fruit
6i I'iiroCo, in Wailuku, Maul, lias this
dny been diM-olvcd by mutual consent;
the usets and liabilities of said firm
being u-iusfeirtd to the Hawaiian Fruit
& 'I aro Co , (Incorporated )
W. 11. DANIELS.
J. D. HOLT,
A. X. KEPOIKAI.
Wniluku, Maui, Oct. 4, 1S88. 05 2w
Election of Ollicers.
OT1CE is hcioby given that at a
meet Mm nf the stockholder of the
Hawaiian Fruit it Taro Co. held in Wai.
luku, Maui, October 4, 1SSS, the follow
ing oflleers -cie elected for the ensu
ing j ear:
John Hichardson President,
J. D. Holt Vice-President,
W. H. Daniels
Kcpoikai . . .
Wailuku, Maui, Oct. 5, 1888. C.r) 2w
rpiIE schooner "Waichu,"
JL complete in evciy res
pect.l with sails, hoat, fit
tings, etc., nnd can hv made
jead3' for f.ca in a few hours. The
schooner lias recently bren thoroughly
oveih-iulcd, cleaned, coppered and reno.
vatcd. For particulais apply
Mas. CIIAS. NIUf-SON.
Gilw 110 King street.
NE line Milch Cow,
price, SI 25. Apply
at the Hum.ktix Otllce.
0 WHALE BOATS; l Decked
D Whule Honl, 30 feel lon, feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 222 I eel Suit Hoatr;
1 IS feet Surf Boat; 2 ) eked Plunder,
lfi feet long, C feet 0 inches wide, 2 led
0 inches deep, with iruisl and sails nil
complete; 1 2i feet Hailing Scow, with
must and sails all complete. Apply to.
E. It. HYAN.
l'oat Builder and General Jobber. 51 tf
Lamb, Mutton, & Pork.
Cambridge Pork Sausages
Fresh Every Day.
EfHis noted Sausajjcs are made by
the every best machinery, and all orders
entrusted to his care will be delivered
with promptness and dispatch, and hU
prices arc as low as anywhere in the
E2T Try his Bologna Sausages."!
El Capitan Elour !
From the Golden Gate Flouring Mills.
Gate E. I Fir !
In quantities to suit by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
FOR SALE !
Auction Sales by L6?is J. Levey.
AUCTION SALE OF
KAWAILOA RANCH STOCK
Hy order of .John II. Paly, mortgagco,
1 will sell nt Public Auction
On Thursday, Oct, lith-At 12 noon,
At my Salesrooms,
3 3 3HC-Au3K. 33 HI
Of the Capital Stoek of the
Kawailoa Ranch. Co.,
Ccrtlllcate No. 29.
Now held as a pledge against the Es
tate of Leu K. I'ntteu, urceascd, to se.
cure linhiuce of notu amounting to
$1-140 and intercut.
Default having been made in the pay.
ment of said note.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
SPECIAL SALE OF
By order of A. SI. Ilewett I will sell at
Public Auction, at his Store,
Atei chant sticct,
Ob WEDNESDAY, Oct. 10, '88,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 91.,
The hole- of his stock of
New Stationery !
BLANK BOOKS !
Letter Paper & Envelopes,
Index's Pres-s Copying Hoohk,
Shipping Tugs, ai-l Albums,
Clips, Ilook & Statu! Files,
Toy Books, Novels,
Invitation Cards & Envelopes,
Inks & Ink Stands,
Feus, Pencils & Penholdera,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
(II I III
Hy order of John F. Colburn, Trustee
for I). i! S K. Mnlioe, I will
sell at Public Auction
On THURSDAY, Oct. nth, '88,
AT lit O'CliOCIt XOO.V
In fiont of my Salesrooms, corner of
Fort and Queen streets,
3 Hacks, 3 Set Harness,
." ;i(nl Hack JIoihcs,
1 (aouil Hack or Jtrooil Allure,
4 Hacks, 4 Morses,
Broken to llarne'B & Saddle.
1 Extra Eine Sulky, new;
1 Country Waon, with Pole
1 Fine Driving Brake, 2 seated
Biool .Viaie, 1 Saddle Ilorte.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Can be found next door to the P. O. A.
a VIIIUC, JHCIUIIUIU MIIUI.
Hacks Xom. 18, 7, !, 75, ISO
Mutual 59GTBuTELEPH0NESgrBcll 204
H. HACKFELD & CO.
E- OFFER FOR SALE-
Quails & Pints.
Dcntz & Geldcrmunn, Carte Blanche,
CUas. Farre, Extra Cuvce.
Quaits & Pints.
From tho Hreiner Kathskeller &
Chateau la Rose.
From ltoutclleau & Co.,
From liisqult, Duboucho & Co.,
From DeLaagellls & Co., &c, &c.
ItKEIt, AIH & LAftKUIlIElt:
Quarts & Pints.
From St. Pauli Brewery and A. Mueller,
Quarts & Pints. Also
Port Wine, Sherry,
Old Tom, Kcybrjnd, &c, &c.
Scotch & Irish, &c, &c,
HAVE JUST KECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OF
Mies', dents', & Cites' Bains Suits,
Also, Ladies' Black
Constant Line of Schooners
OW1NQ to our constantly increasing businc-s and the great demand of an appre.
elating community, wo have concluded lo idler nn opportunity to all parlies
having capital. Our Line of Schooners may be seen sibling over the "I5ar" filled
to their utmost carrying capacity of Clear, Cool and Invigorating
John Wieland's Philadelphia Lager Beer !
AT THE "CKITEUION SA.L.OOls"
To accommn iate our Vast Fleet of Schooner?, our ice vaults are now being on.
largcd regardless of cost. The
Is the only placo where a Cool Glass of PlIIbAIllLPfllA HEE1I, on Dmught
can be had in Honolulu. Step forward, O-utlumcn, iiow'h the lime. o2 Ira
-:JUST RECEIVED AT:
A LARGE INVOICE OF FINE JEWELRY
OF THE LATEST & PRETTIEST DESIGNS
DIAMONDS IN SOLITAIRES & CLUSTER !
The Famous (orlittm Hollil Kllvcrwiiro A, I'iucMt Triple
llHtrtttrnre, In xtrent viiricly.
Waltham Watches, Elgin Watches, &c,
At Exceedingly Low Prices.
Beantil'ul Marble CIocItK I
Spcciul Line ot Aliu-m Clocks, at tHl .
These Goods have all been personally udectod in the States, guaran
teeing thereby a choice selection of the Newest and Lates-t Designs.
Sample Packages of Goods t,ent to any part of the Kingdom. Having
every facilities requisite for a fiibt-ci.u-e jewehy manufacturing establish
ment, we feel confident that wc can manufacturo anything that may bo re
quired in the Jewelry or Silverwaie Line.
OirWATCII JRJUl'AII-eilSG & ENGRATINGIM
In our well-known manner.
r. o. Box 34a
On Account of lemoveB
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush fe Leather ; 15iMu:, Glaus it Paiian Ware, Opera fc
Murine Glasi-ch, Tclescopea,
IMCusic Uoxes, Toys, Books, Albums,
And other things too numerous to mention. All the above
Goods will bo ofl'cied nt the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
g0T"Tlio above Goods aro New,
been imported ex recent arrivals and
i2 OJP3ETV 3E"V"JEIVHVO- -a
W. H. GRAENHALGH
lOO TF-ovl Street, Honolulu.
acific Hardware Go., Id,
FORT STREET, lTONOLTrjL.TJ.
VST BARGAINS -a New Lino of jj- BARGAINS -i
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
BHBLMABDI ARE, PLOWS k GEN'L MERCHANDISE.
IVoveltieH and Fiuicy Oooclw, In JLjiii'jyo Viirio ty.
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
rpiIE uadcrblgnud having been np.
X pointed Administrator of the Ks.
tatu ot John Garcia, nf Kalihi Wucnu,
Honolulu, deceased, gives notice to all
crcditois of 6iiid John Garcia to present
theii claims duly authtnikaU'd and with
piopcr vouchers whether secured by
mortgage or otherwise to him at Iiih
olllco No. IS Kaahumanu street, Hono
lulu, within six mouths from date or
they will be forever barred.
Administrator of the Estate of John
Honolulu, Hept. 18, 1888. 45 lm
,. .. ax s M et
U. .4 -X RS M et a te & a
Diamond Dye Hose
Amplo Opportunity for All.
Fresh and of the Latest Design, having
were (.elected expressly for the trado.
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
rpiIE undelgncd give notice that
X ihey have been appointed As
signucs'of A. Morgan, carriage nianu.
factuier, of Honolulu. All persons huv.
hitf any claims against the bald A.
Morgan whether secured by mortgage
or othcrwUo, arc nqtllied to present the
sanio to the Assiuneetr within !t months
from September 22, lb88. All puisons
Imlebtfd to ilr. A. Alorgan aru re.
quested tomaUu immediate paymeiit to
tho Assignees. '?
H. O. BRYANT,
LOUIS T. VALENTINE,
, , Asslguecs of A. Morguu.
Honolulu, Sept 22, I6S8. 51 2w
..irl'jjm t-VJ, t'"