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THURSDAY, MAT 1G, l80.
JJrltbk Royal Alice, IT. days from
Sclir Ka Molfiom Uawall
Scbr KuulKcimull from Kohala
Sftor Kiuvlu or Viililua nnd Watuuuc at
. "tf n in
Gar tik-GN Wilcox for Mm Fr.inelsco
nt 4 p m
Schr Muiy tfottcr for Knna, Hawaii
Htmr J A Cummins for Kuuliui
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Brit slip .Inmalca for San Francisco
rttmrWU Hull for Lahiihiii, Muulicn,
Kona. Iau anil thu Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
Stmr U K Bifihop for Walanue, Wulalua
and Koohui at 0 a in
SHIPPING MO US.
The bark Alex MoXt-ll took to San
Francisco, May IStli, Sii,0!i7 bags sugar,
mid l.TJii hagd of nee. Total tonnage
l,67r tmi. Domestic value, $21S,:)H.ft).
The Brit sill .laiu.do.i, Uupt .-Ichuil,
Ralln l. iii I'mnclsco to-morrow 1th
about 1 ISO tons of sugar.
The 'teaincr Pole brought 3.023 hags
sut; ir from ltauall, inv 1".
'llmburk Q N Wilcox took to San
Francisco this afternoon 13,'JSS bags su
gar valued at .S0,;i0l. the iils.0 took
I'CO r es of gin.
FOR THE VOLCANO.
The following are already booked
to leave on the V. G. Hall for the
Volcano to-morrow morn'mc- at 10
o'clock: Capl. Brown, II. W.
Beatty, F. "Whitney, II. W. l'ronte,
W. N. Phillips and wife, Miss M.
Cooke and J. J. Williams. Others
THE ROYAL ALICE.
The British hark Royal Alice,
Capt Thomas Zeal, arrived in port
this morning 125 days from Liver
pool with ii full cargo of general
merchandise con-igned to Messrs.
Tlico. II. Davies & Co." She sailed
from Liverpool January 11th. Ex
perienced heavy gales in the chan
nel and also outside. l-'iom there
to Madeira had fresh winds, llieuec
to Cape Horn light winds. Off the
Horn met with heavy gales from N.
AV. to W. Was three weeks making
235 rr.iles. In 59 30 S. had live
days calms, with thick fog and
heavy sea. From thence to -10 S.
fresh S. W. winds. Crossed the
line April 1st ami had line weather
to port. Sighted M.mi on Tuesday.
Arrived off Honolulu Wednesday
alleinoou, and laid outside till night
The Royal Alice after discharging
her cargo, full particulars of which
appear elsewhere, will load sugar for
. EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY.
The annual meeting of the first
division of the Liliuokalani Society
was held Wednesday afternoon at
the residence of II. R. II. Princess
Liliuokalani, Washington Place,
with a good attendance of members.
An encouraging report of the So
ciety's educational woik during the
past year was read and accepted.
It was decided to educate four chil
dren the coming year instead of
three as heretofore. The repoitof
the treasurer showed a balance in
hand of $18li. At this meeting the
members contributed S20 more.
The election of ollicers for the
ensuing year resulted as follows:
...II. R. H. Princess Liliuokalani
Mrs. II. R. Mactarlane
Secretary. .. .Mrs. John II. Brown
Treasurer. ..Miss Louisa Biickwood
Directresses: Mrs. C. Afong, Mrs.
A. Fernandez, Mrs. Antone
Rosa, Mrs. Malcolm Brown and
Mrs. W. E. Foster.
Tiiuksdav, May lGth.
Kah'iahina charged with disobe
dience to parents was reprimanded
Kaanaanii, a young native boy,
was charged with larceny of three
gold rings. Sentence suspended.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
nnroiti: ruDTof j.
TmntSDAY, May 16th.
C. II. Pfeiffer vs. J. A. Spear. Pe
tition of W. F. Allen, receiver, for
approval of accounts and discharge.
Tho Court orders the account- ap
proved, the receiver discharged und
his bond cancelled. W. F. Allen,
petitioner, in person.
Pntldy (to fellow passenger)
Oi'in siventy years of age, and ivory
wan o' my teeth as perfect as the
dajr I was horn, sor! London
Notwithstanding- tlio remarkably
mild winter and forward sirring,
Easter bonnets will be ripe tin Ju
weeks later than lust year. Norris
Sho Have you seen the chim
panzees up at the park? He No;
are they in bloom? She Are what
jn bloom? He Why, the Jim Pau
The triumph of the Russopliile
party in Rouinania paralyzes the
power of the King to execute the
secret treaty with Austria. It is re
ported that lie vyill alxjicnte unless
thu Ministry is overturned. The
Herviun Government is also Russo-puilc.
i ! Ii iMimMirtltlHtff(UllrtWilMtf,aiUlM(ilMti
1 nRAL & GEHERAL NEWS.
V voi'NH s.iddlu iniiio ie offered for
V. II. BitAUtuY is now running
the but ber shop it McCarthy a bil
liard halh. Fort street.
The steamer W. O. Hall snils nt
10 o'clock to-morrow morning for thu
Volcano and way ports.
The name of a business man who
has an adverting raid in tho Japan
"Gazette," ia Cock Eve.
Ml:. J. F. Morgan will t-oll a two
story wooden building on Saturday,
nt noun, at the Cluney premises.
A MEirrixa of tho Gcmim Bene
volent Society will bo held to-morrow
afternoon ut 2 o'clock, at theoflico of
Hon. II. A. Widcinami.
Two sailors who doe' ted from tho
baik G. N. Wilcox wcro placed on
hoaul this afternoon previous to tho
vessel's departure for thu Coast.
At noon to-day Mr. J. V. Morgan
sold 20 shares of Mutual Telephone
Co.'s stock at if 11 to Mr. C. U. Dcr
ger, and 15 at 10 to lion. 11. A.
At the meeting of the Debating
Society this evening tho subject will
be: "Resolved, That the influence of
the pulpit is more beneficial than
that of the press."
The proposal made to the Minister
of Education of South Australia to
pay $20,000 for the light to udvei
tiso for a year on the hack of postage
stamps, is o-regular licker.
Tub members of the 1st battalion
Hawaiian Volunteers who are going
to eainp, must send their personal
effects or baggage to the Armory not
later than 8 o'clock this evening.
Tun regular monthly business
meeting of the Y. M. C. A. will be
held this evening in the parlors, at
7:30 o'clock. A full attendance is
requested as this is the first meeting
of the new year.
On Monday next at 3 p. in. an
important meeting of the stock
holdcis of the Hawaiian Curringt
Maiiufactuiing Co. will be held at
W. O. Smith's office. The object ol
tho meeting appeals elsewheie.
The class in English literatim
meets in the Y. M. C. A. parlors thu
evening at 7:30. This will be the
last evening when young men can
conveniently join the class. So any
others desiiing to join will please be
Mil. .1. J. Williams, the photo
grapher, who has been under the
went her the pat-t few dins, leaves on
the W. G. Hall to-morrow Tor tin
Volcano. Kothiing pCM-i-l of a
loaliug (HspoMtion, Jiinmv will taKe
his cameni along.
It car Admiral llelknap had the U.
S. S. Monocacy ndvcriifcd for sale at
auction, nt Yokohama, on May 13lb
She was to be put up at an upset
price of $10,000. The Monocacy ir
a paddle whet 1 i-tenmcr, 7-17 tons and
an iron hull, built in 1SG5.
At the meeting of the Pioncei
Club, held last evening, it was de
cided to celebrate tho semi-annual
anniversary of the Club, on the 30th
inst., by a banquet. The imposition
to take part in the G. A. It. servieet
was rejected, because of the Chili
being simply a social organization.
A l'ic.Nic party got aboaid a ctrcet
car on King street this forenoon. In
about two minutes a little gale cann
on board, and three or four lovely
hats went cavorting on the htreet
They weie quickly rccoveied through
the kindness of the conductor and
clewed down with hair pins.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
UY I.. .. I.UVEV.
a. in., resular cash sale
will be offer d dry eoods,
clothing, crockery, salmon, grocer
ies, a bicycle, plants and ferns,
furniture, brakes, buggy, harness,
EVENTS THIS EVEHINC.
Debating Society, at usual time
Drill Leleiohoku Guards, at 7:30.
Class in English literature at Y.
M. C. A., at 7:30.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rilles, at
Honolulu Chapter No. 1 R. A.
M. at 7:30.
A FINE LUNCH.
Yes, indeed, it was a fine lunch
provided at noon to-day at the par
lors of the Central Union Church
by the ladies of the W. C. T. U.
There were salads, scallopi d oys
ters, sandwiches, pork and bonus,
rolls, cake, ice cream, stewed
prunes ami other good things loo
tiumeious to mention. The attend
ance was very large, and a goodly
sum should lie realized, the object
of which ia well known. Thero was
n very efficient corps of lady waiters.
Everything went off lovely.
The eight organ recital will
g.ven at Kauinukapili Church
Monday evening next the 20th inst.
at 7:30 o'clock, on which occasion
the public will have the pleasure of
hewing Mrs. F. W. (J lade sing.
It is a long limn since her line voice
was heard in this ciiy. Mr. Paul
Iseuberg, Jr., will also sing, and the
choir of the church will render an
nullicm. Bcnidi s organ solus there
nay jins-dhly bo up instrumental
liio. The progrutniiic will appear
DAILY BUIXUTINt nONQLULU, H J.,
TMB L5PSF SlltltMl.
Annual Report ol Mr. R. W. Meyer,
Agent of the Board of Health, on
tho Lepsr SettUnunt at Kakwao,
Holokdl, for the Year Ending Mar.
THE IIoNOKAULK BoAItU OF
(rt 71 IrlltiHX Allow me to hand
you herewith u biief repot t on mat
ters relating to the Leper Settlement
for the year ending March ill, 18!J.
humuuu or i.uri-.its at thu si'tili-
On the Ht of -April, uSSS, there
were living, males, 4i,2; fe
males, U57; making a total of .
To tins number ha.e uccu added
fi-nui Kakauko. lual f, 321!; fe
male, .'u5 a tot.il of .V-'7.
Kokuas living at the Suttl ineiil
and declaied to be lepers by
the medical commission, in-iles.
12; font les, ' ; a total of 18
Whole number eiitcied in the
book at Icpcts
Dentin, male 1o'; females,
making a uilal mimiier ol
Discharged by medic 1 oninnils-
siou, males :j; ictmilc-, 11;
a total of
Itetuinedto UakaaUo, males ...
Escaped from the Settlement,
males, 1; lemales, I
Whole deci ease 23'
Leaving living on Apiil I, 1889, u
total of IU14 lccr, which include
20 boys and 10 girls under 10 years
Pnivis.ons consume I by lepers,
kokuas in employ ot the Board, in
cluding the doctor, priests and
410 bags of lice 8 1.S45 00
303 cases ol bread 1,'iHi 47
50 bags ol limit.
02 I 02
II bag- of sugar
21,8. 'J lulls of pal-al
S.'J.-U lbs. of tiiro Hour
172 bags ot sweet potatoes.
(i 0 bag- of -alt
871 head of cattle
ti.4S2 lbs. ofliesh IMi ....
jundiy ih. visions bought.
11. " cases of l( rosene oil.. .
ICO boxes ol soap
102 gmss inaiche
:J0 bar' els ot ait salmon . .
uudry pro-i-iiuis for use
the Itisho. Home
Cost of provisions, cic 835,272 -.8
i. ash paid hi lieu of too I and
meal as per weekly reports ,f 5 310 1)8
Total cost of support for food,
soap, ( il, salt, meat, llsb,
cic 40 583 40
The average number of lepers
supported by the Board has been
!)'!'$ and 31 kokuas, including the
doctor, priests and nurses, etc ,
making a total of people fed ot 'Jf-4.
Ration bills given out for clothing
and other necessities have been as
nun Apiil 1, 888, to Oct. 1,
1888, theie uen; Issued 10G1
b lis amounting to $ 1,300 88
loinuct. 1, lSbtS, 10 March
31, 18S0. iheie have been is
sued 701 blls 7,"83 40
Up to Oct. 1, 1888, ration bills of
$5 were given to each leper, young
and old, for which, whatever they
needed for six month-, was given
out at the stoie. Fioni Oct. 1,1888,
this has been changed and instead
of receiving seiiii-aiiuunl bills of .r
each, annual bills of S10 were is
sued, which are presented for pay
ment in goods any time between ilie
1st of Oct., 1888, to 1st Oct., 1881).
Lepers who ariive after the issue
of the-e bills receive proportionally
smaller ones, deducting from each
month, or paitof one, at the rate or
83& cents, or about 20 cents per
Beginning with the Inst issue of
ration bills a change has been made.
Adults only weie given these bills,
and none were issued to minors i.or
to any inmates ot the Homes or
Hospitals; the wants of these arc
supplied by tho-io in charge of these
establishments, and i hose outside
ur." supplied by the mat-on of the
Bishop Home and the Assistant
Superintendent. The total co-Is for clothing, uten-
sils, etc., needed
for these establish-
menU lias been
for the year, $2,-
The expenses of the losal man
agement ilurinu; tho year foots up to
lhe total cost for the maintenance
of the lepers ut the Settlement for
the year has been ns follows:
For food, meat, cash in lieu
of food, etc H 10,583 40
Clothiu;- fur the Homes, hos
pitals, llle sll-, etc !,0!)0 17
lor ration bill- paid ll,0SI 'J8
i or hi. al management (1,133 57
For matcii.il lor coftius 1!00 1(7
For doctui s Hilary '. . 3,500 03
For salary of agein and man
agement t. ,, 2,000 00
Total OC0.4II8 15
And us the average number of
lepers lor the yiar lias been OUS, tho
cost per capita for that period was
After tin occurrence of the heavy
freshet at Waikolu, which carried
away the reservoir, waterpipes anil
bridges, Mr. A. M. Sproull was sent
up, and under his management the
, pipes were reluid in such a manner,
. that a similar accident is not likely
I to happen ugain. In ro'ayiiig the
pipe-i, the water has been taken from
a never failing mountain sptiug of
the purest water, instead of tapping
the stream which contains always
more or less decuted orgnnlu mut-
tois, espuiiully "after every little
ruin, No new wuteipipos were re-
quired inasmuch as the eoitroo
from which Hie water is. now taken,
is less distant ftoiu the shore than
the place from where it was pre
viously obtained. Thus it may he
justly said, that the repairing and
relaying the watexpipca ut Wuikolu,
constituted the greatest improve
ment during the year.
The cost of these repairs for
material and labor obtained at the
Settlement has been at follows:
For material $ 049 00
For labor ICG 25
Making a total of $1,310.15
Other improvements made during
the year consist of : A second large
hospital for helpless cases in the
advanced stages of the disease; n
second large dormitory for the Roy's
Home at Kalawao witli a new eating
house, large enough for 100 in-mate-,
a1(l cookhouse built of stone
with cement floor, a new slaughter
house with cement floor and cattle
pens attached ; additions to the
liishop Home, a cook house for
private use of the Sisters of Charity,
a cottage for the use of a servant
and his wife, for them ; also a dwell
ing house for the chaplain of the
Sisters and a new dispensary at
Kalaupapa, both nearly llnished, a
good sized storehouse for kerosene
oil and soap at Kalawao and a num
ber of lines of walerpipcs have been
laid fur the use of the boys and
Bishop Home, the slaughter house,
the hospitals and to various clusters
of dwelling houses and watering
places for cattle.
Besides these improvements a
great many repairs became neces
sary on hoitscse getting old and
which had been damaged from the
heavy gales, which occurred during
last summer and winter. "Watering
places for stock running on the land
have also been provided with auto
matic action slop cocks.
The cost of these improvements
on buildings, fences, etc., has been
as follows :
ForMatciial 5,005 02
For Purchase of Uous s- ... 70 00
For oolers. etc., with balls
and cocks 10100
For erection of new Slaughter
House 1,000 00
, or Wages for Caipenteis
and Ulaeksmiih 1,015 87
9 8,G!)5 79
Added to this the coat of re
pairs and relaying of Water
pipes as befuiu mentioned.
Which is the total cost
provements incurred at
of all im
Other improvements have been
made the cost of which were di
rectly paid by the Board. These
improvements consist in the building
of a line commodious dwelling
house for a resident superintendent
with u cottage for an office ; a new
jail with four cells, and three large
dormitories have been added to the
Bishop Home for the accommoda
tion of girls and unprotected fe
males. Medical attention has been all
that could lic,desired. The present
incumbent fully realising the wants
of the unlorlurtate inmates, has cer
tainly endeavored to do them all the
good which lay in his power to do.
The hospital under his care with tiic
suriounding yard are kept very
clean, in agreeable contrast to for
mer times. Hut in spile of the bet
ter attention and care bestowed on
the inmates of the hospitals, it does
not appear that any of the people
are anxious to avail themselves of
the greater comforts, and the num
ber of inmates compared to the total
number of lepers at the Settlement
is really very small ; there were only
lti males and 4 females on the 31st
March of this year.
The death rate ut the settlement,
during the year has been 232 out of
1291 people, or neaily 18 per cent.
The Bishop Home, named after
its founder, the Hon. Ch. R. liishop,
which was built and established dur
ing the year, is for the cure of little
giils and unprotected females. This
Home is placed under the enre und
able management of the Franciscan
Sisters of Charity, presided over by
Of all the objects at the Leper
Settlement, this establishment pre
sents the most pleasing feature ; it
is a model of neatness and cleanli
ness and lends to compensate for the
painful reflections which present
themselves at the sight of so ninny
innocent children, whoso object of
existence is blighted, and who can
only live to die a prematuro death.
It is fortunate, however, that these
children do not appear to realise
their misfortune to uny extent.
They are well cared for and appear
to be happy and contented.
The Homo for boys al Kalawao, In
charge of Father Damicii, has not
the sumo neat and cheerful appear
ance us the one just mentioned, al
though the poor boys and other in
mutes of the Home are well provid
Tin: i'I'ack ok the si;tti.kmext.
With the exception of one stab
bing affray, between a Spaniard and
a Chiutiiuuii, which had no serious
consequences; an attempt at smug
gling opium, an attempt of illicit
distilling of okolehuo, and one ease
of burglary, the peace of the settle
ment lias been unbroken and the
greatest order und harmony has pre
vailed. 1.1VK STOCK.
There are running on the paturea
of the Leper SuUleuieiit 180 cows,
1.10 heifers, 70 steers, 88 calves, 4u
working oxen and I kills making
a total of j.'18 head of cuttle, buloug
iug to the Boatd of HtuHli,
VAV 1(1, 188.1.
For some reason or other, and in
spite of the apparently good food,
the stock docs not present the same
good appearance as formerly.
Whether caused fioui change of wa
ter, food or soma disorder, I am not
jet prepared to Bay, but hope It
may be of n transient nature.
A few animals have died, com
mencing with an imported bull,
which was sent up about 12 or 18
months ago.liesldes these cattle, there
are 24 jackasses and a small num
ber of horses owned by the Board
and about 700 horses owned by the
lepers and some by Kokuas. Every
thing has been done to keep down
the increase of horses and there arc
therefore but very few head more
than stated in my last report
Although horses have been for
bidden to be taken to the Settle
ment, some have been taken there
nevertheless, and it seems to he very
dilllci.lt to prevent it altogether.
Believing that 1 have stated what
has transpired of some interest I bog
to close my report herewith.
I am Gentlemen,
R. W. Mk.'yi-.k,
Agent Boaid of Health.
Cheap Men Please Stand Aside
A $20,000 dog is on exhibition nt
Chicago's bench show. Cheap men
will please preserve a respectful si
lence in the presence of this noble
beast. Chicago News.
on know tt o reason why the
inn h.iiuelia Hascball Club won
i-u mime mi e-isy at Mnklui? Ik-cause
nil Hie bovs drink Moxiu at thu "Elite
Ice Cicim I'mliir" 21!) Hi
AFIUTOIjAj i'o tnoramn, com.
plitc, with 10 hirce lenses. 2 s'e
reo.cnie and about ISO 1 irge and 100
smaller piciuies All in ilrst.c.lass Older.
'I'bo plcluies 1 lubnle some b-autiful
illuminated photo IS in In 14 in. and
12 in. by 12 in. Ap, l at this oillce.
?4S 2 e
FOR SALE CHEAP
l Y )UVO Saddle
V Mate ( (.Ii ti li'i
'ti.inm' to n b e ), iinil
lot hv (II , 'b id ,-,
eic , ilnou in o make
ppiy at ibis olllcc. 251 il
jot rPO It 'nt ur Lea-c a Cottage
'.""Sj JL nl i wo or ih csronm , in
i ii gooil 1 ciilily. Kent s o per
Address 1. O. Box aSi).
A GOOD B rn-li Uai d,a man thorough,
ly iu-ted in thu use of a ciicul ir
-aw, cut off mtir, dado, e"c., a man
thai litis w rkul in die mills nt Califoi.
ma preferred. A lv to
G. W. LINCOLN,
248 lw Bail er.
The 'Jcaiiiiful Seaidde Ruiort nt Wai.
kiki (formerly the ret-idi-nce of Col.
G. W. Mucfarlanu), known as
Park Beach Hotel
The Pr misis cons-ist of
Lanal 40x40, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen & 5 Bedrooms,
All partially furuiblied.
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
2 Large Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms.
One Building on beach,
Bath Houses, Wash Rooms, Elo.
Large mid Commodious
Stables with Carriage House,
Upp'-r Fl. or lilted with Large Airy
itoouirf. t-uitublo for eurvaut,
etc , etc. There 1110
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Conneciu I with the. PreiriUusnii which
could he ercu id cnllti'-iH for vinitors,
i-hould the phicu 1) converted into a
hotel, for which It U admirably adanted.
The liiUhini; fiicilitici equal tho Inst
along thu line of ui-uch.
Sn i!!e Pn ird-09 will ho le.vod for
u 1 mi 01 ye.tis 10 re-.on-iliiu partiea.
Kin iiiither pmliculrtrii apply to
W. G. HI WIN & CO.
t6J A SprltiKfl'ld Gas Mich no U
on -ut- I'lijini-u- iii tho pipes ml linn
all thu uUovu liuildlue,, upr.2J.-V
CORKER HOTEL &
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
-AlT iftl.GO j. PAIR.
Undressed 6-Bulton Kid Gloves !
(No. 1 QUALITY);
jSJJD 1.50 -A. JEA.II.
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
BSfOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
magnificient slock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
mHst be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. The stock con
sists of the latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that wc have a
large and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' and Hoys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buy in- at the "ARCADE" you can save 11101103.
Bell Telephone, f50 -a 03T
HAWASiM mm 00
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOUBBON, &YE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH and IIMSJQ. TJHISICY,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as arc wanted ;
GINS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Gin, I3et .Grand in tlio Mnrkct;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Tints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints ami Quarts.
Bitters. Liquors Absinthe,
Apolliimri Water, Kuramcls,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
- as follows:
Zinftuulol, Miilnga, Toktiy, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, Etc., Etc.
All of which will ho sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101) FOIIT STltKKT, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
AgentB'for 1. Lorillard & Co.'a Tobaccos, &. W. S. Kimball it Co.'a
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Worlcs - 73 Hotel Street.
q ff,y9i JJ
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Mutntil Telephone, HVX
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