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MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1889.
0 Jb 0 r S Gaelic from Pan JFiancisco en
' rotito to tho ColotiUs
Stinr Walalcalc from Kauai
Mmr .las Makco from Kauai
Stim Lcluia from iinnmkua
Sttiir Al Iknlmla from Kauai
' Murl l-
cUr Ka Mot from' Koholalelo
.,- Mar 10
O&Oij 3 Gaelic for Yokohama and
, Mar 11
Sclir Haluakala for 1'cpeckco
Stiiir Kaala lor Watalua and Walatino
, . at 1) a m
Stmr I.ll.clike for :ul at G p in
Stmr Mokoltl for Molokal at 5 p m
IStinr Viva for Maul
Stmr J A Cummins for IConlmi
; From San i ranelscn pur O & O S 8
Gaelic, Mar !) T 'Herman, Col Geo W
GiauulSj.ril .VcUniullos, and 17 sa
loon and 103 Chinese steerage passen
gers in transit.
, From Kauai, per steamer Waialealu,
Mar 10 -P Iscnlwrs r, Walter O D.iit
and 8 deck.
I'lotn Kauai per inr .las Makco. Mar
10 Mrs It C Spalding and son, C Keel
ing, It Chinese and 'J deck.
From Walalua ami Wulanae per stmr
Kaula, Mar 0 lion II A Uldi'inaiiti,
Hon G N Wilcox, and others.
'.From ICmiiii, pet stmr Allkaliala, Mar
10 Mrs it Isenijcrg. Mrs O" "M Cooko",
Miss Siellger, Miss 1'lnd.ir, 11 A Jlyhr ,
W Schmidt, F U Smith, .1 11 O'Brien, .T
Y Wilcox, MWsE l,.inan, B Hanaikc,
Mr Awana, and 00 deck.
- For Sau Fr.inclsci per S S Zcnliiiidlii,
Mar 9 C 11 and n It .Merrill, S Maw
hlnney, W Vandovantcr, F S Hubbard,
J' Bartrani, .1 D Wilde, S Ehrlleli, K
Clifford. Lieut Gai via, T J" Emery, Mrs
H N" Peelo, Mi-m E Alexander, 7 fcteer
age, und 01 saloon and 100 btceragc in
transit from the Lolonles.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
. Mikalial.t-15270 bags sugar, 031 b.igs
rice and 100 pkgs sundries
Waialeale 2500 b.igs ug.ir, 830 bags
rice, 40 pKgs sundiies.,
.Tas Makce a 185 bags biigar.
Lchuii .'t00 bags sng.ir.
AKKIVALS AT SAN I'KAKCIECO.
. Mar 2, bkS C Allen, 13 d:iys from
Feb 28, bktnc Skagit, IS days from
Honolulu; bitneaO Wilder, 15 days
from ilonol lu.
I)ElAItlUI(i:S FltOJt SAN ritANCISCO.
Feb 27, blc C D Bryant, for Honolulu;
schr W'S Bowne for Honolulu.
The whalers Lancer, .James Allen,
and Reindeer arc off Diamond Head.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
Overture Fra Diavolo A ubcr
"Waltz -The Fairies Crowe
Finnic Lohcngi In Wanner
Selection Bohemian Girl Balfe
Jlooheuo, llilo Kupn Loke, Oiwi Xanl.
Medici Oh! How delightful... Catlin
Fantasia Echoes of the Foiest (new)
Burlesque A Comical Contest (new)
Quadrillc-Tingel T.ingcl (by request)
The entries for the races on March
-16th closed on Saturday, and are
very satisfactory, ensuiing good
sport. The first lace for bicycles is
still Often, 2d race, six entries; 3d,
three; 4th, six; 5th, four; Cih,
three; 7tli, seven; 8th, five; 9th,
four; 10th, five; 11th, six; 12th,
live; 13th, seven; 14th, three.
f-.'-The dance at the hall of the Hono
lulu Arion Society Saturday even
ing, was a most enjoyable uffair.
,There was a large attendance of tho
members and their friends. The
society sang several numbers, after
-which dancing commenced to the
strains of the Hawaiian string band.
Refreshments were served during
Saturday evening a decidedly
novel entertainment was given at tho
residence of Hon. II. A. Widcinnun.
It was a variety, minstrel ami oper
atic nhow under the direction of
Master Harry Macfiirlano. A num
ber of his-juvenilo friends assisted,
and for over an hour they highly
amu&ed a lame and appreciative
audience, both young and old,
A PASTOR'S" ANNUAL ADDRESS,
Rev. George Wallaco gave his an
nual address to tho members of the
second congregation of St. Andrew's
, Cathedral, Sunday morning. There
was a very largo congregation prc3
cnt. He reviewed the year 1888,
and said that the congregation had
raised over SuOUO during that
period. The congregation had also
put on a new roof and othcrwibu re
paired the Sunday school room, and
the St. Andrew's Association kept the
grounds in order. 'The rev. gentle
man spoke of Lenten duties and an
nounced a special meeting for each
AYednesday evening during that sea-
'. son, at 7 o'clock, in the Sunday
school room. The rpgular service
in the church wilt commencoat 7:45
JOB PRINTING ol ull klndi exe
cuted at the "Daily Bullet ia" Office
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A rises milch cow ia offered for sale
cheap. Ttir. weather was rather cool this
Tun band played tho Zcalandia off
Mr. .Tuptico McCully presides at
Chnmbors this week.
.1. E. Hrtovvx A Co. havo Tahiti
bamboo (or hat making.
Tnu S. S. Australia sails for San
Francisco at noon on Thursday.
Tun Hawaiian News Company has
our thanks for late San Francisco
They want the
Band at Sydney,
Can't spare it
Tun Zcalandia took from the Post
Office on Saturday, 5,113 letters and
1,320 packages of papers.
Thk sale of tho furniture at tlio
residence of Mr. Lavvicnce has been
postponed until further notice.
A nuTOiiuii'H shop lias lately been
started at Waikiki, for supplying
that neighborhood with froh meat.
Ruv. Mr. Rand spoke at Kauinnkn
pili church Sunday morning, the
ltev. J, Bickuell acting as inter
preter. IIok. W. C. Parke, assignee of tho
bankrupt cstato of Simpson Decker,
will ask for his discharge at 10 o'clock
Be sure and hear the two new
pieces at tho band concert at Emma
Square this ovoning. They are ex
ceptionally lino compositions.
The mail forwarded to Yokohama
and Hongkong by the steamers Omi
Muru anil Gaelic amounted to 1,795
letters and 75 packages of papers.
The special banco term of the
Supreme Court opened this morn
ing. The iirbt three cases on tlio
calendar were argued and submitted.
Tin: K.,M. S. Zcalandia sailed for
San Francisco about six o'clock,
Saturday evening, with 13 cabin and
7 steerage passengers from Honolulu.
Sin. L. J. Levey received a letter
on tho Zcalandia informing him that
a variety company would airive in
Honolulu on the Alameda from the
Mu. F. O. Licht, the wull-known
sugar expert, estimates that the
European beet production for the
first live months of the year will bo
150,000 tons above tlio quantity for
the same period last year.
At the King street bridge, near the
Chineso theatre, it is an easy matter
for pedestrians to unintentionally
walk overboard in the dark, at the
town end of the bridge, on tho upper
side. A rail would obviate the dan
ger. .- m
The "Bulletin Weekly Summary"
will bo out to-morrow with over 30
columns of interesting local matter.
An extra edition wiil be printed to
meet the fast-growing demand. Leave
your ciders early and thereby save
The O. and O. Company S. S.
Gaelic arrived Saturday evening from
San Francisco with Hired passengers
and a quantity of freight for Hono
lulu, and 17 cabin and 103 steerage
pabscugeis for Hongkong. She left
Sunday afternoon with 147 Chineso
from this port.
At a mooting of the Woman's'
Church Aid Society held Saturday,
it was decided to petition the Board
of Trustees of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, to make the exchange of land
at once, so as to ensure u permanent
entrance to tho Cathedral from Bcrc
tania street for ever.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
Br J. I'. MORGAN.
At 12 o'clock noon, by order of
the Trustees of the His Majesty's
estate, that desirable property
known as the Lcilehua Ranch, situ
ated on this island.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping classes,
at 0:30 and 7:15.
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Harmony Lodge No. 3 K. of P.,
at 7 -.30.
Hand concert at Emma Square,
THE SUGAR MARKET.
Raw sugar has advanced to 5j
cents, sales at that figure having
been made as far back as February
21st, although not reported up to
March 1st, in Sau Francisco. All
cargoes which arrived there since
February 21st have been defrauded
out of 1-1 C cent per pound by tho
New York Sugar Trust, which mani
pulates the market quotations.
THE BAG FOUND.
The plush bag stolen froirf Gnn
salves photographic rooms on Satur
day was found by Mr. Peter High
in tho yard of the house, corner of
Heretatila and Fort streets, lately
occupied by Dr. Day. Tho money
and jewelry vras gone ; a pair of
scissors, knitting needle and sotno
ciochet work being left in the bag.
There is not the slightest cluo to the
thief or thieves.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL M coliimi.il, purely locul mutier
Mulled to foroigu couatrioi, $5 per
THE BALLOOil ASGEH&IUN.
A largo company of spectators
assembled at Iwilol, near the jail,
on Saturday afternoon, to witness
the balloon ascension of ProfiMaor
Melville. Tho process of it.liaUon
began at I o'clock, ntul pro
ceeded very sati'-factoi ily until the
balloon had ntarly tuached In the
height of tho surrounding ahjaroba
trees, which to that stgo nffotded a
protection fiom tho wind. Tho wind
was blowing from the son, and wan
quite strong above (lie trees, nuking
inflation at thi point tioublcjf-nic.
By 5 o'clock lion ever, the balloon
was pretty nearly filled, aud the
poles and ropes wliich had support
ed it were removed. 'The Piofesor
was now on the outside of the bal
loon, holding hhnsolf in rORiliness
for the accent, whilo,hs asais'aut
was atlendlnjr to matters inside.
The spectato s were all on the tip
toe of expectation, when smoke be
gan to oo.c through tho canvas at
two diu"erent places, eloo to each
other, towards the top of tho bal
loon. Melville at once gave the or
der to let go, whilst he caught hold
of the tnpo.e attached. The
inllated monster began to drift with
tlio wind, and several persont were
knocked over by the aeronaut in Ins
course befoie tboy could get out of
the way. He was nest drugged
through a clump of alj:aroba trees,
and considerably scratched by thu
thorny branches. Getting clear
from the trees, ho perched himself
on his trapeze, lookii.g quite at
home there. The balloon ascended
slowly for a while, continuing to
lloat before the wind towards" Use
mountains. But it soon became
evident that us load was too heavy
'for the rising power it possrs-ed,
and the balloon began to decond.
Some two or llueu hundred yards
from tho point ot starting it had
come within a little distance of the
ground fiom l." to '2 it feel perhaps
and Melville parted connection,
landing on his feet. Releaseu of its
load, the balloon again ascended
slowly, and ultimately lauded near
the upper end of Lililu street, about
a mile from the starling point. Pro
fessor Melville's daung attempt to
go up under the circumstances, aud
his bravery in submitting to Ire
dragged through the thorny lilga
roba trees were loudly cheered by
THE NEXT STEAMER.
The Oceanic Steamship Company
has chartered the S. S Walla Walla
of 2,108 tons to take the place of
the Australia. She will sail from
San Francisco, ,Sunday, March :51st,
in charge of Capt. Blackburn. The
Walla Walla ib a tine boat and in
The following statement has been
handed to us for publication :
The following is the text of the
resolution proposed by Mr. .'ordan,
seconded by Mr T. It. Wall.or, and
carried unanimously v.l tha regu
lar meeting ot the St. Andrew's
Church Association held on Tttur
da3', the 7th iust,
The (fording of tho resolution ap
pears to be suflicienlly explicit. The
"predecessors" lcfcrr.id to arc the
Board of Trustees in cflico teat sum
mer, and the "provisional agree
ments" were thoeo made by them
with Mr. A. J. Cartwright.
Resolved, That the tit. Andrew's
Church Association having always
taken a keen iiueret in the Cathe
dral and its prccincti, and having
devoted considerable Minis of mon
ey from its revenue, to Hie clear
ing, lighting, laying out and main
tenance in " Ot)d oider of the
grounds of thu Cathedral and its
approaches, rt'grets extremely the
action of the present Hoard of Trus
tees in not confirming the provi
sional agreements of their picde
cessors, and, That a copy of this
resolution be forwarded to the
Secretary of the Iioanl of Trustees,
and, That this resolution be publish
ed in the next isstio of the Anglican
E. W. Jonius,'
Taos. R. W.vi.kuu.
".1 l&K3M'gr..,,-J " JL-
8UPHEME GOUKT-AV CHAMBERS.
liKi-oui: m'cui.ly J.
ION-RAY, Murch 11th.
In re cstnte jjf .John Dr.vicl Ivan
ot Honolulu, (IccciibciI. l'ctition of
Kulcnnaole that will be admitted to
probate, und that letters of admin
istration with the will ann.'si'd bo
issued to .T. Uuuii'in. liy njjrce nient
of counsel cmitiiiucd to thu ISth.
W. C. Aclii for potltionor and
widow; W. O. finiitli ior Keanuole,
niece of deceased.
IOii ..roomed Cottage
tin Punch lirwl ttroi-t
y near thu Moriiinii ill null, a
lluu hcidtii locilitv, qiiui ncl(rliliohnott.
Jiiqiilriiof A. VOilKli,
180 tf At Bd. flnfl'-cUiiicfcc! .t i.o.V.
:t Uii' im. H mi if re
qulro.i. Apply nt "Oiimilif 3
1'iin llQMfe," IC'ng Ftr-'ot, op.-ciiltt Kit.
wuitthaoHimbti.iy. Jrtl If
Alr.VllUu Mid Ci.ilifu;iuli!c
Uom'i; on i'u;i;alj!A.')
iirtd. bet men Piihca WuiU
'.uli -nt Jl. !v'y !
Mu. j. :;, iicGiiE',,
1 no tf
GBEAT OLEAEAICE SALE FOE 30 DATS OILY 1
I hereby bog to inform
Ucs Ciitiis ill Grsleies, etc., eic, sic.
Of every description will be closer obt,
JJaraeuls, prices out in hftif ; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen & Mapkins.
SSfig A Large Keimiaui Table Every Day of our Clearing Sale SS
Joiquilo Settings fo"duccd to 2,25 a piece ; Try our prices in White Cotton 5 Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Pe'rceles,
fust colors ; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
material, etc. arc offered at an immense reduction.
katounes & Satins reduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 35c yard; immense
1 eduction in Black Casscmeres. My entire stock of
GENTS', LADIEb' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES 1
Will be close 1 out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
u. : wv.t5iva.ifkWM.i.Mrw
SiiiiiM'j bt dm Ferty
1 it icel, Hunts, etc. . . .
j( ath-cl.iimn .intl Endowments
DividendD, Annuities and l'urchaned
Totr.l to l'olioy-holdci h
IVw Policies IshuciI
i"cw Insurance Written
.' '. '. '. '. '. '.
"Ilivioible Surplus, Co.'s New Standard
MA iJIMTIES, New State Sttmdurd
Kaw fork Life Insurance Go.
MJK.Ti.US, by New Statu Standard (4 per cent)
l'olicies in Foico
inhiiiaticu in Force
PROGRESS IN 1888.
lriovoc in Intercut
lnoiefiiii i.i K.-iict'.ls lo Policy-lioldeiu
Ii.ru i;..c in .'; irpliu. for Dividend
Iiiuuu.m1 in P.'crninni'j ,
Iiicioiiui! in Total Incomes
Increiiao in A Jctn. .. .. .'
iucrcuHb in Iii.iur.inco Written ,....,..,,...
luc'carc in Inaurinco in Force. .". . . .' :. . ,
Exclusive of the a mount, tpecielly reserved m a. jtitingent liability to
.'ontin--Uivit'ond Fund. ""
f Over and i.bovu i; 4 pt'r cent, recurve on existing
Tlio Ntiw V01 1: Life ibtuci-a gioater variety of p' '
life coi'ipany, thereby adapting its contractu to lite kr.
It I.iu hitdy perfected n. Mortuury Dividend fys.ic.;i, ..
iii .lol'icict uro itiiiicd vviili yu.irantctvl return of ..,! .
tiou to tho fH.cs ol tlu policy, i.i ouyo of de.ith dnr. 1 ; .
Fh' returns on tho New t,rk Life's Tontr.io !' ',
iiai' bui n l:n;,er tlun tnuei! of ..ny other crtiiini.,' , .
net vci:.i jiulicioa tr.Ucu .it muio .iu and promt ru iat ,
tho riuruu puivid of time.
'tlif jiulicici! i'f ihu New Yurk l.ifc, tr. :u-: i-.iu. d,
rcciriciiuittf ni to wcupntion. rebidcJice ami tnvv-. I, .mi i.iy(iiiu: 111,: pjid upon
ucipt and approval y the Company of rs'ia-.tfoiy r uls of tlf.it It.
In ct)!inci:tio:i with tlu'ss .it.itoiuoiiic of tlio pui'ieijikf, i'uit(im. mid fuc
OcS" of the ilow York Life, we kKh hcrcwiili ,-f,r An vvin tho ,iyur.iKO
,veurly.buin(.:A djac liming live periods covi'riii ll 'oiup.uiy V cntiru liifi
tory, anil tho emiditiun of the Conir.inij- at tlio end .l .'Hcli period. I'Iichu
ligurcb bluivv a growth ac jmirvclous as it hat he. n continuniM, and n picsi-nt
,iii,.ij;ih and volume of business tiir.t funiijti tho UK'S. am;'lii gmnauti'c to
INSURANCE WRITTEN & INSURANCE iN FORCE.
184 o-13,19, 15 yearn...
llsCO-lSO'J, 10 vouni. . .
15'iU-l7U, 10 yciru..,
IPoO-lVS-l, 5 yo-rn,.,
i8liu-lSrf, 4 yci'.ri"..
PP.EMIU.V1S RECEIVED AMOUNTS PAID POLICY-HOLDERS.
lb' 0-1479. 10
DEATH-CLAIMS PAID AND
1845-IS59, 15 y,,,rs..
lhUO-lEOil, 10 yearn..
1G70-1.S79, 10 yearit.,
18i0-i8SI, fi (..
13b5-188y, 1 yo.ua..
ITumbbr ami Date.
I5ih Ucpjrt. Jan,, 18fi0 ?
?5h Hcport. .I.in,, 1870
35th Hojorl, .fan., 1850,.
40.h Jtcpjrt, Jnu., 1885..
llih Jlvport, San., 18S9.,
193 jj)v 79 2o
Oorrr of Hotel
the general pubiio that during
and immen-o inductions are
The Entire Stock will bu offered
ies, EVlisses & Cfoiidrens tViuslin Underwear I
Will be offered nt a great sacrifice. T call particular attention that every article must be
closed out in that department. Immense bargains are offered in
- feiirii abmI sewn
1.27 :!.:! OS
25,-101 ,23ii 81?
'. '.'.'.'.'.'.' '.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.. $123,019,731.00
JAN. 1, 1889.
(4 por cent). . . .
. oli.its of that cl.ies.
iw than any other
ft ntimbcr of people,
tfi which manv of
uii 'ia paid, in addi-,i-
ll t itavj matured
it) 111011 lieiny uiudu
.nt i-imniii' Ihrough
ri '.utalilv free from
Fiiicc, End, of
. Eaidi l'ciiod.
,ip 2.1til,i:01 15,281,718
. 10,519,701 H).M::2,03
. 22,250,'JSl 127,117.702
. 42,02U,70 1... 229l82,58(i
. 90,3(57,193 419,8811,50.1
. J. 12,212.10
. . W.18,759.27
. . Il0ii9,e,:y 99
... .' ,8i7,27.t.:
9,213,501.43 . .
RECEIPTS FI!OM INTEREST.
. . . 347.0t,9.0S
. . . . 1,5MI,29!.42
. .. 2,010,010.02
. .. 3,790,299.30
j.N'o Estimato by
09,283,753.57 . .
Uoncral AjenU Uuwaiiaa iland.
& Fort Streets.
my Clearance Sale large inducements will be offered,
made in every department.
and laoes 01
in that Department at Cost.
Wliti Dresses, Im Cans, sin Donets, Blc.
Kid G-lovcs 50c a pair; Silk (Moves Vr
THE " ARCADE,
75 & 77 Fort St EG AN
IM, Eiilisl mil American Dry ail Fancy GooJs !
A.1.MO, Ii ne CiiKttmi-iiintlo Clotlilny,
Furnishing: Goods, Mats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
13oll 'X"cIoplitu.4'C0 "a
No. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Ilavc on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOTJRB0N, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Hulk or Case;
SCOTCH tand MfcXfci TJEilSJEClT,
In Glasii and Stonu Jars;
Very Fine it Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
Cg'S, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Muck), also, STONE JUGS:
Old Tom Giu, J3ewL XJraua in tlio SInrlctet;
EUROPEAN SKERRIES and PORT !
In JSulk and Cute. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Tints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In I'intB and Quarto.
Bitten). Liquors Abumthe,
Apolllniiri Water, Kummols,
Very Superior CALIFOENIA WINES,
Zinl'aiutel, Mtilaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling-, HockH, Etc., Etc.
D39 All of which will be Bold
NOTICE of JH2&IOVAL.
DU. A. It. UOWAT, Vtlcriiicry Sur.
('.in. Uii. in. vid !di olilcu to ihu
HawaiUu 11 olil 8' iblc3, corner of lintel
Hint Kiclirtrd biiccU. Jhiluul '1 clupl.o u
B51. J-0 lw
1ASTUIE ior HOUSE
AT llidt'knn, Kiiiikuhi', ICooliiupoko,
b5:t ncica of gnoit 11.11110 I.iiui, all
utiulofcd ii'ciiiy nt wuiur. Apji'v to
Uliurlo J iliiiim, at lint King'b blalilc!,,
Honolulu, or at Huick.iii. tch .'rtb'Jly
"TIW- MONHOK, ladli!
ixL rciiiuicd to No. :t,
,' nurac, luvi
f K3. STEVENSON,
It! and Indies' uuifc.
of tt'J yt-nrs exncrlmicu nt Queen Clncr
lultu Lyiiig.lii.llob.iiiil, I.onctim. Other
Ulaudii not objci. icl in. Kealilcuce,
"Jordan llouto' dcluiol trcot. 1'. O.
Box 470 ; Mutual Tele. 87. 176 Dm
Mitts greatly reduced.
& CO Honolulu, 11. 1.
C"" Sliitnul aVloilioiic, CiTX
Sale a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST IJATKS by
VfESSRS. DODD & MILLER
ilX luvu jusi ruccivfd ck Aiisiiallft
iimiiIut lut of Unit " l'lllLADELl'HIA
UUEU liE,.It in ki-B, which they
1110 nlVerinK to their cinuimors. 1H0 lw
170K a i1niituiion, u steady, wellrc
cnaiinvudcd und ciiimhle man
und caimnle man.
lHJlf T1IEO. II
DA VIES A CO.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
VT thu annual meeting of itcck.
lioliteri. of tin) Inicr.lbl nit bieum
Nivvtgaiinn Co, held on the 6th lust,
tlio fulluulnc otUccrn siid director were
reelected for the en mi I tig year, vU:
T. It. loter President
W. 15. Godfrey ViccI'rMldont
J. Knn.... , . ..Becrtttry
W. II. Mcl.euu.. .Ticaurcr
I'. C. Jones Auditor
D'MKCTOIIB. , ,
T. R. Poster, O. N. Wilcox W. B. Qod.
Irey ami J. Emi.
r, , , """y I. I. c, N, Co.
Honolulu, March 0, lbo0, 191 8t
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