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TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1889.
Sclir KaulKoaoull from Kohnla
Stmr KUnuca Hon from Unmnktia
Btmr Klnau for llllo nml way ports at
4 p m
Stmr Lchua for Ilainakua anil llllo ports
at 2 p m
iStmr Mlkalialatfor ICaual at 6 p m
Sclir Lfiviuln for Kauai
Sttnr Wnlaleale for KUauea nud llaualel
' at C p in
Scbr Rob Koy for Koolau
Scbr Luka for Hamakua tj
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr Iuralaul forLabaluu aud llama
kuu at 10 a in
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr Klnau,
Julv 2 His Majesty the King, Major
W II Cormvell, MisB llillcbrand, Mfss
Brewer, Miss Cbambcilaln, L G Ly
man, Wray Taylor, II J Atrncw, Mr
Jackson, 0 L Smith, Dr Crane, Father
Clement, Bishop of Olba , J Kenton,
Rev A I) Blsscll, Luni Chung.
For Maui, per stmr Llkcllke, July 1
Dr A A Crane, IlLaws.M D Armstrong,
Mrs S Santosi, E Devashcll.O E Covillo,
D If Naone aud 10 members of the
Royal Hawaiian Baud aud about 40
Following is the list of prizes and
donors in the citizens match to be
shot for at the Rifle Range, July 4th,
there being 33 thus far:
J. T. Waterhouse, 1 bridle j Theo.
H. Davies & Co., 1 vase; E. O.
Hall & Son, 1 fruit dish; Hollister
& Co., 1 toilet set; King Bros., 1
boot black stand ; C. J. Fishel, 1
lap robe ; II. J. Noltc, l.smokcr's
set; Hawaiian News Co., 1 music
roll; II. S. Tregloan, 1 hat; JST. S.
Sachs, 1 thermometer match safe ;
H. May & Co., 1 box choice tea; B.
F. Ehlers & Co., 1 box neck ties;
S. Roth, 1 pair pants; Pacific Hard
ware Co., 1 pair plates; W. E.
Foster, 1 useful article; M. Mcln
erny, 1 J B Stetson hat; W. G.
Irwin, 1 bbl Cube sugar ; G. W.
Macfarlane, 1 bx soap ; Union Feed
Co., 1 bale hay, 1 bag oats, 1 bag
bran ; W. S. Luce, 1 case California
wine ; J. E. Brown, 1 case lemon
ade and case ginger ale ; M. Gold
berg, 1 hat; M. W. McChesncy &
Sons, 1 case sardines; Hamilton
Johnson, 1 gallon wino; Temple
Fashion, 30 doz. neck ties; Gon
salves&Co., 1 keg claret; Wilder
& Co., i ton coal; James Olds, 1
doz. beer; Col. Ashford and Major
Hebbard, a medal ; James Morgan,
; E. S. Cuuha, 1 case
wine; Benson & Smith, pkg. per
fumery ; Lewcrs & Cooke, a roll of
matting and tacks.
At a meeting of Harmony Lodge
No. 3, I. O. O. F., held last even
ing, the following otllcers were in
stalled by M. D. Monsarrat, D. D.
Grand Sire, assisted by Past Grands
W. 0. Atwater, J. J. Lecker, L. L.
La Pierre, Alex. Mackintosh and
W. C. King:
TV. E. Herrick, Noble Grand.
J. C. Gall, Vice-Grand.
TV. G. Ashley, Secretary.
C. J. Fishel, P. G., Treasurer.
M. L. Hartman, Warden.
II. H. Williams, P. G., R. S.
TV. 0. Atwater, P. G., L.
J. C. Lorenzen, R. S. V. G.
. TV. C. King, P. G., L. S. V.
TV. H. Page, R. S. S.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
Per S. S. Umatilla, July i 5th
Mrs. P. Neumann and son, C. TV.
Dickey, TV. G. Cooke, Rev. E. G.
Porter, A. Fernandez, wife and
child, Miss Mcrseole, Miss C. K.
TVyckoff, Miss Elliott, Miss Blake,
C. 0. Shields, MissS. Roberts, Miss
J. B. Massey, Misses Rickard (2),
T. R. Foster, Miss May Bailey.Rev.
TV. C. Merrltt and wife, Miss C. D.
Robertson, E. KIcinan, Miss II.
Frear, TV. F. Frear, Mrs. M. Gou
salyes, A. N. Sinclair, Mrs. G. F,
Fanning, Miss Lulu Fanning, TV.
Goodacre, wife and child, J. A.
Hopper, Mrs. Roberts, J, G. Wat
son, G. B. Macfarlane, Jas. Lysctt
and wife, TV. Edwards, E. Macfie,
wife and child, Miss Robertson, Mr.
Ritson, Miss Thomas, Hon. J. P.
and Mrs. Parker, Palmer Parker,
J, S. Low, Miss Mary Dowsed,
Mrs. C. K. Stillman.
SUPREME COURT-JULY TERM.
HEFORU MC'CUI.I.V J.
Tuksdav, July 2d.
The King vs. Kaihu, larceny.
Tried before a Hawaiian Jury who
return a verdict of not guilty.
The King vs. Kaaihue, assault
and battery. Appeal from Police
Court Honolulu. Being heard be
fore a Hawaiian Jury.
Tuksdav, July 2d.
Maunihana and Kulili wero each
fined $3 for affray.
Robinson and Sam Kaloa for
drunkenness had each to pay the
John Muumuu was fined $150 for
selling liquor without a license.
MR. DODD has just received ox
"Umatilla" another lot of thai
IILADELl'HIA LAGER BKKU"
In kegs, which ho is offering to his
OUitojneW. 287 lw
umi ik mmmi mews,
TH3 bark Lady IJarawood nulls for
Hongkong July 22d with aj.numhcr
of Ohineso passengers.
Tin: entries for the Fourth of July
regatta close at J) o'clock to-morrow
morning at the Hawaiian News Co.'s
Mi). Wray Taylor of tho Bulletin
staff has gono by tho Kinau to re
port tho Fourth of July colobrntion
An instalment of Col. Thompson's
Digest, being published as it will ap
pear in book form, is given on tho
Tiie Bulletin Weekly Summary
is out to-day. Bo sure and securo a
copy to send to your friends abroad
on the Umatilla.
Friends of the Myrtle Boat Club
are cordially invited to witness the
Regatta from tho club house on the
morning of tho -lth.
Tnn mails per S. S. Umatilla close
on Friday as follows : Parcels post
and registered lotters 10 a. in., letters
and papers at 11 a. in.
"Why should tho spirit of mortal
bo proud?" "I can see no reason,"
replied tho little Major, "unless ho is
well heeled with Paia stock."
His Excellency Geo. TV. Mcnill,
United States Minister Resident, and
Mrs. Merrill will be at home at the
Legation on July -lth from 2 to 5 p.m.
- - . .
Mn. F. A. Schaofer has resumed
the functions of Italian Consul, and
his commission as Chilean Consul
has been acknowledged at the For
In the store of the Hawaiian News
Company may be seen some line
specimens of Manilla mangoes. Any
person deshing bonie should apply
to Mr. A. Jaeger.
- ' m '
It is settled that Melville will as
cend from the Punchbowl quarries in
his balloon, from which he will make
the parachute jump, at nino o'clock
on tho morning of the Fourth.
Mr. Chas. J. Fishel has got some
thing good for the ladies. If they
call at his store he will show them
the Christine tailor hat. If it is not
all tho go here in a few days, we shall
The person who delivered the
Bishop and Mrs. Willis' "at homo"
out Palama way yesterday must havo
been a greeny, having distributed
the billets promiscuously without rc
gard to addresses.
Du, G. TV. Footo of California has
been appointed Government physi
cian for tho distiiut of Kau, Hawaii.
Ho arrives here on the Zc.ilandiA on
Saturday, and leaves for Kau on
Tuesday by the TV. G. Hall.
While a select few were enjoying
thembclves at Dr. McGrew's place,
Pearl River, Sunday, one of tho gen
tlemen of the party tried to display
his cleverness in a Chinese c.inoo
and was being blown to sea when a
native swimmer went to the rescue.
The Union Ico Company has ac
cepted a charter of incorporation
and elected the following officers :
Piesident Dr. John S. McGrew
Vice-President and Manager
Secretary and Treasurer
John II. Fisher
The selection of the Hawaiian
Hotel for tho 4th of July ball being
unsatisfactory to many, especially
to tho mechanics and hard working
people, and also to those who would
like to sit out of tho way and -look
on, an opposition party has been
started in consequence, and prepara
tions for a ball at tho Arion Hall are
A goodly number of persons took
in the Samoan Warriors atMcInorny
Hall last evening. The dancing,
singing and juggling what little was
given wero interesting and created
spontaneous applause on several
occasions. There arc no cluiiis in
tho hall, the show being conducted
on the dime museum principle, with
long spells between drinks.
EVENTS THIS EVEHINC.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1 1. O. O.
Drill Queen's Own, at 7:30.
Drill Co. B Honolulu Rifles, at
Miss Grace Porter, Signor Enrico
Campobello, and Mr. Charles
Thiower took part in a ballad con
cert given by tho ladies of St. John's
Presbyterian Church, San Fran
cisco, June 11.
On tho last Wednesday in May a
surprise party was given at the resi
dence of Mr. Henry AV. Severance,
Consul-Gencral elect of tho United
States at Honolulu, at his residence
in San Francisco. Hawaiian songs
given by ladies formerly resident at
Honolulu formed part of tho enter
tainment, THE FOURTH ON MAUI,
The Maui people will celebrate
the glorious fourth by a series of
horse races at Spreckels' Park, Ka
hului, commencing at 10 o'clock a.
m. There are thirteen events, trot
ting and running, under the aus
pices of tho Maui Racing Associa
tion, In the eveaing a grand ball
will bo held at the Skating rink,
Wttiluku. IJls Majesty tho King
wjll attend the festivities, Ten
members of the Royal Hawaiian
baud in charge of D. Naone left last
Monday evening for Maui, and will
furoliU music for the celebration.
QQHTKMPT OF 0OURT,
On Monday afternoon tho case of
The King vs. John Hapn, malicious
injury, was called in tho Supremo
Coutt. A native Jury was drawn,
when Mr. Peterson, Deputy Attorney-General,
stated to tho Court
that ho could not proceed, as ho wns
directed by tho Attorney-General
not to proceed with any criminal
business. Tho Court then directed
Otllccr Fehlbehr to wait on the Attorney-General
at liis ofllco and re
quest that he attend in the Court
room. The ofllcer retired and on return
ing reported that the Attorney-General
had gone home for the day.
The Court then ordered that the
Attorney-General be ordered to
show cause at 10 o'clock a. m.,
Tuesday, July 2d, why he should
not be adjudged guilty of contempt
The rule to show cause was ac
At 10 o'clock this morning when
the Court opened thcro was a large
audience in attendance.
Mr. A. S. Hnrlwcll said that in
tho matter to show cause, lie ap
peared for tho Attorney-General.
In the short time he had not had
time to prepare himself and asked
for a continuance to 10 o'clock
The Court said he did not like to
refuse, yet this was a matter that
should bo attended to at once, as
there was a jury waiting.
Mr. Ilartwcll said tho Deputy
Attorney-General would satisfy the
Court on that point.
Mr. Peterson said he was ready
to proceed with another case.
The Court said he did not know
any need of waiting for the presence
of the Attorney-General upon enter
ing n nolle pros, in the Robertson
case. There was no doubt it was
in the power of the Court to give
leave or refuse it. It was true that
leave was generally giveii, and the
Attorney-General usually shows rea
son. A case was under a different
fooling where an indictment had
been found. The defendant has
rights in the matter and so have the
public. It was not the case of the
prosecuting witness, but the case of
the people against defendant. The
reasons were cogent against grant
ing the nolle pros. A unanimous
verdict of "guilty had been returned
against the defendant, Robertson,
but, for reasons, a new trial had
been granted. The reasons present
ed by the Attorney-General for a.
nolle pros, were entirely insulllcient,
as there are other witnesses for the
prosecution besides the one Ma
goncy. As far as the Court can see
at the present time it will not grant
a nolle pros, in the case of The
King vs. J. R. Robertson. It was
a matter for regret that tho Attor-na3'-Gimeral
was not present.
Mr. Ilartwcll said it was at his
suggestion that the Attorney-General
did not appear personally. It
was such an extremely important
matter that he asked leave to pre
sent an argument.
The Court said it ould be pleas
ed to hear any aigument.
The business of the Court then
Last evening Major TV. II. Corn
well gave a dinner at the Hawaiian
Hotel in honor of his friend Hon.
Samuel Parker, who leaves for
Europe on the S; S. Umatilla. In
addition to the Jiost and his guests
there sat down :Ilis Majesty the King,
lions. John O. Dominis, Win. G.
Irwin, II. A. Widemann, Paul Neu
mann aud John Ena, Messrs. C. O.
Berger, Paul Isenberg, Jr., Frank
S. Pratt, II. Focke, E. Suhr and
Von Mengcrson. The Hawaiian
Quintette Club was in attendance
on the veranda and discoursed ex
cellent vocal and instrumental music
during the dinner, which was a
most enjoyable affair.
PROGRAMME OF THE SPORTS.
Following is the programme of
the sports on tho Fourth of July,
commencing at 1 o clock p. m
50 yard race 810
100 yard race 10
150 yaid race 10
Sack race 10
Long jump 10
Three stimding jumps 10
Running bases 10
Greased pig to the
5 one that
F. M. Hatch,
TV. L. IiOlTElt,
3t. Committed on Sports
T'H E largest Invoice of Photographic
JL Uoodh ever imported at Honolulu
lias been received by Itonson, Smith &.
Co , ex Umiitillsi. Tlioy luivo on hand a
full line of Dry Plute3 und Photographic
Hequlsitcs. 29 81
An Evening School
Conducted by A. vgEAR, A. D.
rpiHH School furnlbhos a thorough ami
JL practlcul intellectual trainiug for
young men desirous of becoming accu.
rate and luplU accountants; of attaining
a plain mid rendy buslines hand; of
gaining a correct uso of tho English
language nnd of acquiring case of ex
pression therein. It meets Mondays,
Tueedays, Tnurfedoys aud Fridays and
continues In session from seven to cine,
For further information, nddres3 P. O.
Box 401, or cull at No. & Emma Bquare.
Scmi-Annual Coinfeffioii !
To be held on their Range, on King
street, opposite tho Govern
On THURSDAY, July 4, 1889,
At 9 o'clock a. m. sharp.
GOVERNOR DOMINIS CUP.
- Valued at S100. for the highest aggie
gato core in matches Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
to become the property of the nnuks
inaii winning It tluee times at the regu
lar meetings of the II. It. A.
Won July 5, 18S0, by J. Brodle, M.D.
Won January 1, 1887, by Win. Unger.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. Kotuwclt.
TVon Januarv 2, 1888, by C.B. Wilson.
Won July 4, 1888, bv F. Hustace.
Won January 1, ISStt, by J. TV. Pratt.
I. THE BRODIE MEDAL.
Valued at $50; also, second prizc,85;
third prize, $2.o0. Conditions of the
match : Open to all members of the As
sociation aud members of the regular
and volunteer military companies of the
Kingdom, to become the piopeity of thu
marksman winning it three times at the
regular nieetiugs of tho II. It. A.
Distance, 200 yards; rounds, 10; any
military rille under the rules; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
trance fee, 81.
Won January 1, 1S80, by Win, Ungcr.
Won July , 1880, by C. B. Wilson.
Won Januaiy 1. lS87,by C. II. Wilsou.
Won July 23, 1887. by 1" McDcrinott.
Won January 2, 18o8, bv Dr. lirodie.
Won July 4, 1888, by J. 'II. Fisher.
Won January 1, 18SU, by J.H. Fisher.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at 100; also, a second pri?e
of 5; third prize, $2.50. Conditions:
Open to all comers; to become the pro
pel ry of the marksman winning It thiee
times at the regular meeting of the II.
It. A.; 2 strings of 10 shots each at 500
y.ud ranges; any military rillo under
the rules; limited to one entry for each
competitor. Entrance fee, SI.
Won July 5, i8S(i, by .1. Hrodic, M D.
Won .1 miliary 1, 1887, by W. C. King.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. Kothwell.
Won January 2, 1888, by W. O. King.
Won Julv 4, 18S8, by F. Hustace.
Won January 1, 1880, by J. W. Pratt.
III. -H. It. A. TROPHY.
Valued at 150. Competitors limited
to members of the Association. Condi
tions: For the higuet aggiegate scoie
at 200 and fi00 yards; 10 rounds at each
distance; any military rillu under tho
inles; to become the property ol the
nuuksmati winning it three times at
regular meetings of thoII.lt. A. Ku
IV. HID - RANGE CHAMPION
For Association Badge. To bo worn
by the winner until his score is beaten
at any legular meeting of the II. it. A.
Limited to members of the Association;
iiMouniibnt uiiu ami uuu yarns. J'.n
trauce feu, $1.
Won July 4, 188S, by J Kothwell.
Won January 20, 1880, by Lieut.
Ashe, II. B. M. S. Hyacinth.
V. TVAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Picscntcdby Hon. J. A. Cummins,
To bo shot for at 200 aud 500 yai ds. 10
shots at each distance. Open to mem
bers who have never won a llrst class
prize. To become the property of thu
marksman winning it three times. En
trance fee, 81.
Won January 1, 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
VI. HYACINTH CUP.
Piescnted by Lieut. E
R. F. Yeo and Lieut. A. D. Douglas
Hamilton. To become the property of
the maiksmuii winning it twice. 7
shots at 200, 000 and 000 yards. Mili
tary rillo; any position. Entrance fee,
81. No sighting shots allowed.
Won January!, I860, by O. II. Wilson.
VII. STANDARD AMEUICAN
200 yards. Open to all comers. Any
'rille. Uullmitcdcutrlc. Nolmtrorset
tilggers nllowed. Entrance fee, 81.
Fiist prize, 820; 2nd, $10; "Jd, $5.
VIII. CITIZEN'S MATCH.
Some very valuable prizes, and a
prize for eveiyhody, Any litlo; Q
rounds; distance, 200 yards. No hull' or
set triggers allowed. Entries unlimited.
Kutraneo fee, 81.
No entries will bo made before the
day of tho match, and pcinous will
shoot according to the number on their
All members of the Association who
have made over 80 per cent, at uny gen.
oral meeting of the II. R. A. will uot he
allowed to compete.
Committee on Citizens1 prizes:
.1, II. BOl'KIt,
K, J. I.11.I.1K,
J. BRODIE. M. D.,
Secretary pro tern.
Regatta ! jf Regatta !
TO BE HELD ON
JTCJXiY" -Jbtli, 1S8D.
Under tho auspices of tho
Hawa. Yacli I Mil
Commencing at 8 o'clock a. in.
Official List of Races and Prizes:
1 SIX-OARED GIG RACE. Slid
ing Seats. Freo to all. Prize,
$10. Donated by the lth July
Couhse : From starting line out the
channel (keeping between the buoys),
leaving Spar Buoy on port side,
thence to and around Bell Buoy,
keeping same on port side in round
ing, and back to starting point, keep
ing Spar Buoy on starboard side.
2 GALLEY or GIG RACE. Six
oars. Stationary Seats. Free to
nil. 1st pii?e, iffiO, 2nd piizo,
!f25; Itrd piize, saves stakes. Do
nated by the -lib July Celebration
Counsn: Sumo ns in No. 1.
3 YACHT RACE. Open to all
Yachts over 5 tons und not ex
ceeding 10 tons in measurement,
provided, however, that this limi
tation shall not apply to Yachts
now in Hawaiian waters and
that enter for the race this year.
"Hawaiian Challenge Cap" &
Pennant for 1889.
Donated by tho JI. R. A. Y. A. to bo
sailed for conditionally and annually
under its auspices. In addition to tho
above piizo the -lth July Celebration
Committee havo donated the sum of
$50 to tho boat taking second place
at the finish.
Couissr. : 1. From an imaginary
lino drawn from tho Honolulu Har
bor Light-house to the Inimigiation
Depot wharf on the cast side of the
harbor, out the channel, keeping be
tween tho Spar and Barrel Buoys at
the entrance to the harbor.
2. From the Spar Buoy, passing
outside of the Bell Buoy to and tack
ing around a stake boat anchored in
the Bay opposite tho residence of
TV. G. Iiwin near Diamond Head.
'A. From this stake boat, passing
insidi: of the Bell Buoy, to and tack
ing ui omul a stake boat anchored ofl'
the reef, about hulf-a-milo south of
the entrance to Pearl Harbor, at a
point where tho north end of the
TVuiiinac Mountains conies in line
with an old house situate in a grove
4. From this stake lw)at, to and
tacking around the Bell Buoy.
. From the Bell Buoy, pmsing be
tween tho Spar anil Barrel Buoys,
and finishing ut and across an imagi
nary line drawn from the Can Buoy
in the haibor to a White Flag on the
O. S. S. Co.'s wharl.
4 YACHT RACE. Open to all
yachts below 5 toiib measure
ment. 1st prize, $7!); 2d prize,
$50; 3rd prizo, $25. Donated by
tho -lth of July committee.
Course: 1. From an imaginary line
drawn from the Honolulu harbor
lighthouse to the Immigration de
pot whaif on the'east side of tho har
bor, out the chaniiPl, keeping be
tween tho Spar und Barrel buoys at
the entrance to tho hnibor.
2. Fiom tho Spar buoy passing
outside of the Bell buoy to and tack
ing around a stake boat anchored in
the bay opposite tho residence of TV.
G. Irwin near Diamond Head.
.'. From this stake boat, passing
inside of the Bell buoy to and tuck
ing around a stake boat anchored ofl'
the Quarantine Grounds.
1. From this stake boat to and
tacking around the Bell buoy.
5. From tho Bell buoy, passing
between the Spar and Barrel buoys
and finishing at and across an imag
inary line drawn from tho Can buoy
in the harbor to a white ilng on the
O. S. S. Co.'s dock.
All races will bo governed by tho
rules adopted by the Association.
In ull races where two pmes aic
given, thiee boats at least must start;
where .'1 prizes are awarded fi boats
must stint. In saving stukes1 bouts
Two or moro boats must start to
mako a race.
Rowing boats will be first called in
lino by tho firing of a gun and will
start in the various races by tho
Tho yachts will make u (lying start.
Time allowancu to be computed in
accordance with tho rules of tho
Association. No restrictions us to
quantity of sail.
Boats and yachts not keeping to
the designated courbo will bo disqual
ified. No ono will bo allowed on tho
Judgos' stand except by special per
mission of tho -committee.
Each boat and yacht miiBt bo pro
vided with u distinguishing color.
Positions will bo assigned to tho
coxswuiiiH of towing boats by tho
Rowing boats in Hacu 1 will assem
ble at tho starting point ut 8 a. m.
sharp, and those in Itaco 2 at 8:110,
Yachts in Race II will assemble oil'
tho Pacific Mail dock at 0 a, m. A
preparatory gun will bo fired on tho
Judges' boat at 0 :15 a in. The start
ing gun will bo tired at 0;!I0 a. in.
Notico to assemblo tho yachts in
Race 1 will bo given by tho firing of
a gun from tho Judges' boat, one half
hour beforo tho starting gun.
Printed rules and regulations may
bo obtained of tho Secretary on and
after Monday, the iBt piox.
gjtf List of ontrios will bo open
at thu oflico of the Haw. News
Agency on Merchant street, until 9
a. in., tho Hid inst.
Vf. ". II uu. J I,i
"! ti wiianM 1
V. M. Gl
Over 1,000 Pieces of lite &
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laces.
Also, Large Lines of Lace Tmims !
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
Scar Immense U,ecliiction s 3
Great Bargains can bo obtained by calling at tho Tcmplo of Fashion for the
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
Dec-l-88 Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
THE " ARCADE,
75 & 77 Fort St-EGAN
The Balance of Our Splendid Stock will
Sold during the Month ot June
AT -25- PER -QEMT- BELOW- COST
HOLLISTER & CO.,
10 FOHT STJREET, HONOLULU.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co
88 &, 8ft
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
B. T. EILEES & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
N. B. On and after
our Droisniakinu Koonu.
& FORT STREETS. $
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
TIf AX JBVEIt -H:-
Offered to the Public
I. J3. HMITli, Acrout.
15th. MISS OLABK will have cliarg