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bV Auf fionifY.
School Vncnt m Notice.
The regular Christmas vacation of
nil public icliools in the Kingdom,
will extend from FRIDAY, the 21st
of December, to TUESDAY, the 8tli
of January, 1881). In future, the
vacations at Lahainnluna Seminary,
will bo at tho mime time as those of
all other Government schools in the
By order of tho Board of Education.
W. .IAS. SMITH,
Education Oflico, Nov. 21, 1888.
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Circular to Government
Scltool AgentM mull'ub
lic (School TcuvhctH.
In the statutes relating to the
Bureau of Public Instruction it is
provided that no person in holy
orders or minister of religion shall
be eligible to fill tho office of re
sident of the Boaul of Education or
of Inspcctor-Geneial. The evident
intention of tho law Jib that there
shall be no leligiou teaching in the
Public Schools supported by tho
Government, but that, being intended
to meet tho wants of all classes of
the people, they shall be strictly
The tame statute says : "The ob
ject of, tho Common Schools, (sup
ported by Government, is to instruct
tli childieii of tho nation in good
morals," etc., under which will bo
included honesty, truthfulness, chai
ity, tcmpciuuco, obedience to patents
and tcaeheis, kindness, chastity, gra
titude, eontiol of the temper and
passions, benevolence, goneiosity
cleanliness, helpfulness to tho weak
and poor, avoidance of profanity and
obscenity, humanity, towaids ani
mals as well as towards mankind,
patriotism, respect for superiors in
ago and position, and much more,
which may and should bo taught
by precept, illustration and example.
You will from this time forth open
school every morning by lcciting the
Lord's Piayer in unison. The School
Agents may arrange with the clergy
men of any icligious denomination
to allow them the use of the public
school houses AFTER 2 O'CLOCK
P. M. for a time not cxeeeding"ono
hour onco a week for each denomi
nation applying, for the icligious in
struction of such schohus as may
choose to attend with the conscnt.of
their parents; tho keys of the houses
to bo returned to those usually
having tho cue of tkem.
. By order of the Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Education OHicc, Nov. 21, 1888.
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Buiikau or Customs,
Honolulu, Nov. 15, 1SS8. J
Mr. K. W. Keaweumahi has this
day been appointed Pilot for tho
Port and Collection District of Hilo,
Island of Hawaii, vice E. L. Swain,
A. S. CLEGIIORN,
"W. L. Green,
Minister of Finance.
102 2t-d-G3 3t-w
The new Public Free School at
Kauluwoln, in this district, will ho
opened on WEDNESDAY next, tho
21st instant, when pupils of both
Boxes, all nationalities, and of any
persuasion, may bo rcgisteied for
Mr. C. Ilonry White, for bovcral
years assistant Principal of tho Royal
School, Kahchuna, has been ap
pointed Principal, and Mrs. M. A.
Wood, fcr a number of years a suc
cessful teacher of primary grades in
public and private schools in this
district, has been appointed Assistant
Teacher. Tho location of tho school,
for health nnd comfort, is most ex
cellent, and in tho charge of teachois
of experience," should not fail of n
By order of tho Hoard of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH, Secretin y.
Education Oflico, Nov. 1U, 1888.
THE dndcniigflfd having hcen duly
appointed administrator of the
Kstato of Manuel Vicente. Jr.. lato of
Makawuo, dccemid, notice Is hereby (
given 10 nil pur"nn iu pruHum, incir
claims against the estate of paid lauucl
Vicente, Jr., d uly ii iithentlcntcil, whether
aecured by mortpngo or otherwise, to
tho undersigned at liio oflico of II. Hack.
told & Co., Honolulu, wllhln six months
from the duto hereof, cr they will ho
forever barred; und all peisotm indebted
toenld cBtato aid hereby rtquestcd to
make immediate payment.
J. V. IIAOJfFELD,
Administrator of tho Estate of Manuel
Vicente, Jr., deceased.
JIppolulu., Nov. 21, lWtf. 10.1 4toaw
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Pledged to ticitier Sect nor Patty,
But established for tie benefit of nil
THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1888.
A refreshing m tide appears in the
"Advertiser" nhout "assisted" land
ings; that is, places along our
coasts made available as landings
partly by private and partly by
public money. There arc many
such landings in tho Kingdom. Al
though they have been assisted by
Government funds, they arc private
property. "A tariff is establish
ed," (by tho owner) "and rates arc
charged for the getting of freight
tip tho cliffs," and our contempo
rary asserts thai these rates are ex
orbitant. Similar information comes
to us from other sources. luc
"Advertiser" thinks tho Govern
ment should "step in and regulate
tho prices charged for getting
freight into tho hands of the indi
viduals to whom it belongs." That
is about our opinion, only wc would
go farther and say that these land
ings, wheic needed by the public,
should become Government property
for the public benefit.
INSANITY IN NORWAY.
Editor Bulletin: You will find
in the P. C. A. this morning a short
notice about idiocy and insanity in
Norway, saying that U1C3' have in
ci eased by over one hundred percent,
because the duty on spirits has
Now, dou't-you think that an edi
'tor ought to be a little moic caicful
about what he says concerning other
nationalities ? As no source is
given, from where the notice is
taken, the editor of the P. C. A.
.stands responsible for it, and I
openly declaie that he docs not know
what he is writing about. Tho duty
on spirits has not been abolished in
Norway, and never will be. If the
editor of the P. C. A. thinks tliat he
can help the sinking ship of Prohi
bition by spreading such falsehoods,
he is mistaken, and I think it iar
more important to try to uiioo the
moral standaid of the young men in
this country, before printing, to say
the least, mistakes of a grave na
ture, about others. If everything
that happens in the families here
should be exposed, I think wc
would find this community just as
bad as any other, and worse than
many, in spite of all church-talk.
It would perhaps be well if the edi
tor ot the P. C. A. will icad about
the prevalence of idiocy and insan
ity in certain vallcj'S in Switzerland,
Tyrol and Norway, and about their
causes, and he will come to a differ
ent conclusion. Yours etc.,
Editok Bulixtik: On reading a
translation of a certain editorial of
one of tho Honolulu papers, I could
not help to express the desire to
I shake hands with its writcjr. The
style and independence of flic arti
cle savors very much of the enlight
ened ideas of that glorious and free
country, the country where the stars
aud stripes lloat, and where the
eagle of libeity spreads its piotect
ing wings over a community of sixty
millions of people. Undoubtedly
the writer ha"s been in tho United
States, for the argument he uses
savors very mucu or uie political
customs of that country. It would
be, however, better if the above
article were written in a little differ
ent style then "a la Dennis Kear
ney." Or did the writer perhaps
intend to give only a little high
coloring V I don't biippose lie in
tended to liavo it considered as a
game of "bluff." "Bluff" is cer
tainly a very entertaining game, but
then "bluff" will not always woik,
notwithstanding tho fact that it has
succeeded once on a former occa
sion most admirably.
If our Portuguese brethren wish
lo see ono of the men-of-war of their
nation in this port, wc don't sec
why this wish should not be grati
iietl. Undoubtedly plenty of other
people would also rojoicc to sec a
few of Ilia Poitugucse Majesty's
Dollars circulating at this place.
That tho general election of 188'J
will bo hotly contested, is without
the shadow of a doubt. I do cer
tainly hope that it will bo so, and
that tho sentiments of the people
will be ascertained'on the "Chinese
Question," Let our Poitugucse
brethren, let all tliobo of other na
tionalities who believe in protection
of white labor and in a popular
government and peisonal rights,
freedom of action and speech I
say, let all these join hands and
light their common cause. Our
.cause is llie cause ot JCignu ami
Justice, a cause where there can be
no failure, if wo stand united.
Unity is strength. The truth of
tlieso words has been pi oven more
Let us uso all our efforts to havo
at thp next general election only
those candidates elected, who will
solemnly pledge themselves to legis
late against the "Chinese Curse."
Let tho people show their wjjl then
by casting their voles for those can
didates, nnd by helping to elect
them by overwhelmingly largo nwi-
iiiiMfc.i.i . .! I.- -
jortlles. This cause Is such) that
there can bo no failure. If wc aie
going hand in hand, I cannot sec
why """there must bo a terrible strug
gle, and it will bo fortunate if it
terminates peaceably." Even if
(what, however, never can or will
be, but I say so simply as an illus
tration) our cause should not suc
ceed at that time, I suppose, and
hope, that we shall bo imbued with
sullicicnt feelings of patriotism and
true loyalty to the principles of
Justice and Liberty, as to cause us
to submit lo a majority ruling.
These aro certainly the sentiments
of true Liberty and Rights, wlnlo
any oilier way would bo only op
pressive and tyrannical. Let us
beware of all "Sand Lot Politics"
in this community.
Before closing I should like to
allude to a few much needed re
forms in our laws. All our efforts
to ficc ourselves from tho Chinese
Plague are well enough, as far as
they go. But this is not all. We
have not only to compete against
the Chinese, but against all kinds of
imported labor. There arc hundreds
of men willing to wot k, but who arc
unable to obtain it, notwithstanding
that thousands of others arc brought
from other countries. If these
thousands had known the true stato
of affairs before they embarked at
thcpoitof their departure, proba
bly not one tenth of them would
have consented to bind themselves
"body and soul," like slaves for a
number of yeais, lo labor hard, so
as to enable them to eat a slice of
bread by sweat of their brow ; or to
receive compensation for their labor,
stifilcient to prevent themselves from
starvation and still not enough to
entirely prevent occasionAl pangs of
the latter. These people have been
certainty imposed on, while the
bonds of their slavery thanks to the
law of this enlightened and civilized
country, are so light, that the' can
not free themselves from them.
These people, as soon as their terms.
of slavery expire, will help to swell
the number of the idle and unem
ployed. Have we, the voters, not
the right to free ourselves from this
evil? I say, yes. Let Us try and
pledge our candidates at the next
general election to abolish the laws
relating to the "Contract Labor
System." This is the only way to
compete against this evil. Let this
lnaller be agitated to the utmost.
Give us the right kind of legislation
on the "Chinese Question," and
abolish llii: lawb 1 elating to the
"Contiact Labor System," and hap
piness and piosperity will once more
return to the Hawaiian Islands.
Finally let us abolish the "Passport
System," a tyianiiic.il measure
which is totally conlraiy to all prin
ciples ol line and enlightened
libeity and Rights.
Byi: and Byk.
Ilonolnlit, Nov. 22, 1888..
("Our correspondent abhors the
sUh of the "sand-lotters," but
seems to have adopted the same
style himself. In accordance with
our established custom of giving
space for letting off steam by those
who aie ready to burst with internal
commotion, we publish his commu
nication. No doubt, this opening
of the safety-valve will afford him
relief. It is absurd to talk of "star
vation wages" being paid to im
poited contract labor, considering
that the laborers live and save
money besides. Very recently a lot
of Japanese laborers returned lo
their own country, at tlie Yxpiration
, of their contracts, each taking with
him a sum that he had saved out of
his earnings sufficiently large to
create the impression in his mind that
he was a rich man. Ed.J
TERRIBLE CULOUIJ ACCIDENT.
A terrible balloon accident is re
ported from Canada. At the Cen
tral Canada Exhibition at Ottawa,
one of the attractions was a balloon
ascent in winch Professor 'Williams,
after reaching a height of 1000ft.,
was to descend by means of a para
chute. Fully 5000 persons were in
tho grounds to witness the perform
ance. Many persons were holding
on lo the balloon while it was being
inflated and waiting for the word to
he given to let go. Among them
was a young man named Wensley,
It who was holding on to a ropo run
ning around the bottom of tho bal
loon. When all was ready the
Pi of essor shouted, "Let go," when,
to tho surprise of cvcrj'one, Wens
icy still kept his hold on tho rope,
deaf to all tho cries of the crowd to
drop. After he had reached the
height of about lifty feet he shouted
twice, appealing to have realised tho
perilous situation he was in. It
was, however, too lalo. While, tho
balloon was topUlly nscending ho
kept liis grasp and endeavored to
raise liis leg through tho ropo to
obtain firmer support. After ho
had readied n height of about 1000
feet ho was seen Iry tho breathless
crowd below to draw himself up as
if making a last effort to savo him
self, and then liis hold relaxed, and
witlt a lightning speed he descended
towards the earth. At this point
tho excitement among tho peoplo
was beyond description; women
fainted, nnd a panic was but nar
lowly averted. ' During tho first
patt of tho full Wonsley came feet
foremost, but ho suddenly turned a
somersault, and struck tho earth
wHi pntstretched arms and legs
about 300 yards from tho spot whoro
tho bnljoop ascended, Tho body
tt'Rs dlsflgill'eil hliiiost boyoud reoog-'
nltioti, and- neck, arms, and legs
werobiokcn. Life must have been
extinct before tho around was reach
ed. Professor "Williams, ignorant
ofthotcniblc accident, cut adrift
from his balloon to commence his
descent about twenty seconds after
Vensloy foil. Home News.
! ..rill.J 1, ..'. ?
Great Britain is woiryiug about
the rapidly increasing number of its
lunatics. "It appears that those sup
ported by the Government alone
have trrown to 75,000. Itisnltii-
billed to the hurry of modern life.
JB. GAYLORD, tho Auslrnllnn
Manager, with tho Stirk Family
13 gents, 2 ladles ntul I child), the
Greatest llicyclu Tioup in tin- world
the 3 OlrnrdH (1 lady 1111.I 2 gents),
Champion High inciters nml Grotesque
Dtuicort); a troap of Roller Skaters will
arrivo on U10 Alameda. Mr. C. Silbon
has arranged to give
One Grand Gala Performance,
At tho Royal Hawaiian Opera
Saturday, Nov. Mttli,
With'tliesc Artists and the Sllboii Com.
pany combined they will make tin; vt ry
Ktionpo&t combination iwr witnessed in
US" Two Distinct Troup llie simo
niglit. None shcuid mis this onpor
tunity. 101 Sit
crufa Exterminator !
THE 'SCrtUB EXTERMINATOR" is u
f-pceilio recojuly di-covi-icd ntid
patented, which ill ino-t Completely
Deitiny all No.Mmus Weed, or onil) lo
which it nitty ho nppliul, ami ill nut
injure the teilllll of ilu- giouud not
piuvi'iil oilhur vuliu tililus ui seeds of
any kind tioin ginwing iimmdldlcly
afler e'lulicittlng ihu weeds or turui.
its e(itiMc uso in other parts of the
world hub bscn attended With gr- U suc
cess, and it is ceituin to pmve of great
value o the Unit Dwuuisot thc'sbls ati s
whose pt'upeity is Infested by lintum or
other tcrul) or weed.
The milliner ot using the "SCRUB EX
TERMINATOR" is very simp e, being
meiely lo spi inkle it ovu- the leaves i
applj it lo llie slumps in liquid form.
Tnu lirbl shipment of this piepnrauon
being small, tarly application for a
simply is net eiiury.
10131 TttEO. II. DAVEIS & CO.
COKbULATII 01" SWI OhN NOKWAY,
llono'ulu, Nov. 'Si, l&S. )
EXTRACT from Norwegian Liv., re.
l.Uingto Norwegian tSlule.cilii'cii
ship dated April 21, 1SS8:
Any Norwegian siulo citizen liming
lcltNo ..iy, and hav ng llie lights of a
Norwegniii bo n Matectttm in vir tie
o !i!)2 of the Uimsliluiioii, m ty letaln
his rights as a Norwegian hlne-o ti.en
by making a declauitlo'i ot hih in en
tiui to 1'Oiiutm ;'.s mi h, befmo t lie lor.il
Norwegian (! nsul pictiuLR toAoiilSl,
U81, or with! noje.it alter h s depiu.
lure from Norwu)
Thin decla atio'n shall he i ill ftii the
space of ten .eitrs, illiin the i.p'u i
tton of !ieh t rm it may he icnu.ved
for a find ar porlo I.
In all eaes In whlth null lis lit is n
tiiind, if applies liKeui-c t ihewife
and lo his oi her ulnlrlidii under age,
who risido with their pi mi, ot uie
educated and prohlid for by iliem.
Any Nuwegian in' emi P'.virig wilh
theahove veil) illy or in writing, will
lose liis state ltizens' i,.
II. W. SCHMIDT,
101 Iw luiitul.
.TO L.ET on LEASE
ik'liulitttil'y t-iiuii'ed a
oriicr oi Kinf and K an-
moku Hiects, and cent inlng. I R in",
Kitchen, Uath-houe, M !!. Car.iuge.
house, etc. There is nbo a line gn en
and lurgo hack aid. The hiiiltlings aie
now and in twcllmt oider. Apolv to
102 lw ,T. E. BROWN As CO.
ANEW Cottage of 3 Large
Rooms nnd Kitchen, pa
parcd aud pululed, and situ
ated muuka of I'nnchbowlt-eet over
looking tho head of EmmaWieut. This
building is placed on leasehold land
the lcaso having sevtrul years to run.
Will bo sold cheap for cah. Apply to
101 lw J. E. BROWN & (JO.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of tho slock,
holders of llie Hawaiian IVillroud
Co. (Lhnllcd), held at thc-lr ollleu in this
city, Nov. 19th, the following olllcers
were cleclcd to tervo during tho ensuing
Charles L. Wight President,
William C. Wilder Treasuier,
bamuel Q, Wilder HCoretaiy
S. G. WILDER,
Honolulu, Nov, 10, 1E88. 101 Ot
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho annual meeting of the stock,
holders of tho Kahiiltil Hailroad
Co,, (Limited), held at their oltlce iu tills
tlty, Nov. lDth, die following oIIIcum
were elected to serve during the ensuing
. WiflUmC. Wilder ,, President,
ttatnucl Q. Wilder Treasurer,
Samuel 15. Rose Secretary,
H. U, IIO.SE,
Honolulu, Nov, 19, 16S8. 101 St
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the ttoqk
holderx of Wildei'd SteamUdp
('o., (Limited), held at their nlllcu jn
this oily, Nov. 19lh, the following
olllcers woio elected to servo (hiring tliu
William O. Wilder President,
William O. lrwlii....Vlee-1'Hshlent,
Samuel B. Rose........ A.;
John II. Paly.... Auditor.
S. II. ROSK,
Honolulu, Nov. 19, 1883. 101 8t
Auction Sales by Lewis &. Lovoy.
Regular Cash Saie !
On Friday, Nov. 23rd,
AT JO O'OIiMCZC A. JI..
At my h.itesrooms will bo sold nt Public
Auction for account of whom
11 may eouccMi
Tho Contonts of a Retail Dctilor !
Con hi Ming of
"White and Brown Cottons,
Denims, Etc., Etc.
2 Domestic & 1 Wliito Sow. Machines,
Etc. Etc. AUo, Sacks Corn,
Potatoes and Unions.
And casoi of
St. Louis Beer in bond
LEAY1S J. LEVEY,
101 at Auctioneer.
Under instruction from the Hon. II. A.
Wideinanti, 1 will offer for sale
at Public Auction, at
On Monday, Nov. 26,
AT 1!S O'CLOCK MIOX,
If not previously disposed of at pti.
v.ile tale, th'U certain pro
petty known as
"THE PAU LANDS," Waikiki,
Comprising ii7 4(5-100 Acres, mote or Icfs
in I'Ve blinpie. At.oilt 12 Aeies of the
ihovu nie s t nut in Fish I'nuds und aie
plentifully itoekul with Mullet, Ah a
and C.'iup, which ure now ready lor
nun l-et. Of the remaining li'inils about
8 Acies a-e planted wilh Munlcnlo Onus
Iroin whieh H crops aie h.inesli-d ar.
nutilly, jieidiug upon an nvuiiigfSG tens
pt'rjear. The place is well provided
wilh Mowing Aliicliines, IIn l'res'-Cs
Whuoii-,, etc", nud evtrythiiii: that ni'-
pci tains to a well I'ljuipped laim; there is
A One-Story Frame Building,
Upon the premises (neaily new, con.
mining 3 Rooms wilh all conveniences,
and at present occupied as n managers
rei()enoe. In addition In the uli 'Vi
Iheiu i-, a Leivdiold ot iitioiit 1 8:5-100
Aeris, with Jtiilldiucs theuoa, iu the
rear and imnediateh udiniui'.i: the pro
petty, whit h '"i nl pro cnl m 11 ptocUid
with 1'ig-i nml foil liy, li)i which pin
pose it i-j pectili irly .ulaptud.
On .iccoiiii' of its tit n rue, h nml easy
ticre-s to r.onolulii, and the cm ly com
pletion of llie Ti am ways to Waikiki.
this pioputy offer umiiial induecmculK
to putiis wishing a safe a nil profitable
ThPic aie numerous Out-Uuildings on
t$f For i'urllier puticulart. apply to
P. V. Miicf.ulauu, or to
IYEWIS ,T. liEVJSY,
f 8v til 101 Iw-d Aii'tioneei.
BYthcTiusteeof ihe Rhtnto of .Tno.
ilo.iidmiin, deceased, 12 Slimes of
Stock i.i ll.i j .iHtin Agiibiiltiirul dm.
piny. ' t-liarc in WihleiV . S. Uo. ai d
I 111 ildii g li'il nt IC'ihiilui, ou which a
lonliil til .00 po- a tin m i- lLceivd.
U E. IIOARDMAN,
101 l.v Trustee.
For 39 Days. For 30 Days.
Miss Ohillburg will hold a Clearing Sale
for 0 days to make room for
Hew Holiday Goods
To arrivo shortly.
iW2 U da ma U 3 Eaa Ha S
Ladies' $20 Hit will he sold.. -.for ?8 00
10 " " ' ..." 0 00
" 10 " " "... " 5 00
' 5 u u "... u 2 no
$12 Ostrich Plumes " '.'.'. " 7 00
-ITIps " " ... " 1 50
FLOWERS, BIRDS and WINGS,
At Half Price.
The above Hats aro all New and of tho
Latest Slyleb, and Trinnncd with
Uie very nest maieriius.
Port Street. Ilm
Just received a small consignment of
Choice French Clarets,
Prom the well-known firms of Dubos
l'reres, and l.anussu & Pancol,
J lull I, Jlrloii,
Also, from the collars of Romans & Co.,
Koch Fits Champagne, 1880;
(In Qunrls & Magnums)
Clllltcnn 'ViUL'ln, 1H5H; '
Jlry Uiirucoii, M Viiui'M Old:
Cliutcuu aiaruaux, 1H77;
Graiulo Fine Cliampagoe Brandy, 1811.
JCSyTJio uhovo comprises tho Choicest
Brands of Wines and Liquois ever im
ported to this matket.
FOK MAIii: MY
MACFARLANE & Co.
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C3T BARGAINS -I Now Lino of fcr IURG IN8 -
Lamps, Chandeliers & lanterns,
AL Level 1'ilcos than c(.r befoio. New invoice of
SHELF-HAEDWARE, PLOWS & GEE I1CIMDISE.
Novell Ion utnl JFtxncy GJootlH, In Xjjutto "Variciy.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Ladies', Gents', & Chins' Bains Sails,
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
Iii I'titurc, Mi's. E. Small will ho prepared to lo
Cutting and Fitting-.
'r,T"7.Tr7?rs7r"?"r' - v, -
HACKFELD & CO.,
I ' ATENT FILTER? RESS ES,.
FROM SEIjWIG & J.AIWE.
18 & 30 Chambers IS & 30 Chambers
Which have pioved a great -wccsini I liki irttgarC i.Tjihiie, Hanamaulu, Kekaha,
Waiinea, K-iJoi I.hIiiUiiii 1 iiuj nh elio , i-c, etc., and which
nie nio"'deil wi'h the l.'ilet Impiovement'.
SPARE PARTS OF
H. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
Hl'l HP fill ill' Uli R
GENUIIE CLEARANCE SALE.
BOOKS, STATIONERY fc FAICY HOODS
Plush Sets, Ladies, Work Baskets,
Tn Plush it Leather; Ilitquo, Glaes tt Puiian AViuo, Ojiora &.
Jlarino Glasses, Telescopes,
IVJ-ttsic Boxes, nToyw, 3Soolc, jllbtims,
And other tilings too nummous to nicntinu. All the above .
Goods will bo olloicd at the , .
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
gpFTho above Goods 1110 Now, Prebh and pf tlio Ljitept Detign, having
been inipoitcd ex recent aiiivnls and were selected expimly foj;.tlionido,
! ! I -I I .1 . I ...
W. H. &RAENHALGH
lOO IPovv etveot, Honolulu,
A COMPLETE LINE OF
THE ABOVE PRESSES,
t & Is
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