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PledftA la neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the lcnc,it of all.
MONDAY, AUG. 12, 1889.
A SQUID RETREAT.
The Advertiser retreats from its
wanton attack in a shower of most
uncalled-for abuse of the Dtileus.
It is not worth while replying to a
charge of "blackguard Journalism"
from that source, especially 3 the
accusation is couched in an article
that, in several points, itself comes
under that condemnation. A siuirle
specimenof theuvulKBrity"chart:id, !
from the article Ditched upon, would I
havu been more conclusive as proof i
dence Oiling half a column. The
"comparatively recent arrivals" aio
not afraid ol comparing records in
journalism here or elsewhere with
their accusers. The latter have
suffered criminally and civilly for
"blackguard journalism" often
enough to be mote reticent in throw
ing mud at those who, with greater
experience, have never incurred the
Bcourge of offended law. It is not
so very long ago that our contem
porary declared that each of certain
Reform Nohle, who had not voted
on a particular occasion to suit its
managing clique, was "mean enough
to steal the coppers from a dead
man's eyes, or to pasture a goat on
his grandmother's grave." That is
from the sheet that now talks loft
ily of "vulgar language without
special talent," leveling the foul
dart with characteristic bad manners
at an individual writer in this paper.
It is truly ricli to have the Adver
tiser demand a political platform
from the Bui.i.ktin. The Advertiser
is everything by turns and noli ing
.long, so that it retains its necessary
sustenance, of Government pap.
One day it is pro-Chinese, the next
anti-Chinese. Tnis week it declares
its independence, the next it is
"controlled" by a selfish clique
Claiming to be bound by no partisan
tics, it yet indulges in philippics
against the Bci.lutik because we de
cline, at its summons, to belie our
motto, "Pledged to neither sect nor
parly, but established for the benefit
of all." Our contemporary needs
a platform sadly, something that
will hold up its clique next. Febru
ary. We are not making platforms
for it just now. The last man who
made a platform for the Gazette
(grandmother of t!-.e present Adver
tiser) a platform that its proprie
tors publicly endorsed was decap
itated for his pains by order of a
hole-and-corner conference of poli
ticians. It might be only a renewal
of the sacrifice to perform the like
service again for that crowd.
THE AR1DH PICNIC.
Oaoil AVeullit-r and Ijiiim- tti'm
onrc Niioit Tor Vount anil Old.
The annual picnic of the Hono
lulu Arion was held on Saturday
afternoon at Kapiolani l'aili. An
excellent spot was c'lOen in the
lioyal Agricultural Unciciy'a show
grounds. 1 lie DuiKlings lurni a
hollow stpiare and will) canvas hung
aorons the open end made a laige
Bheltered court, the roofed stalls on
three hides of which supplied cool
and grass carpeted rooms for rc3t
and refreshment. A laige square
lanai was erected inside the enclo
sure for dancing, with a bench run
ning all round for seating tire merry
makers. There was an abundance
of chairs also provided in the sur
rounding space aud the stalls. The
interior was nicely dressed with
Iu rear of the buildings is a lame
area of level and springy turf, very
well adapted fof iield sports and
bordered with the park shruhlierj .
Here the games were held, the
Royal Hawaiian Hand playing lim
bic, A bnschall match between
yoiiug boys and girls began the pro
gramme. It was won by the boys,
but the girls played an excellent
game. Among the spectators of the
match were His Majesty, Hon. Paul
Neumann, Col. V. V. Ashford, Ma
jor II. l' Hehbard, Vice-Chamberlain
Mr. J. W. Ilobertson and olll
cers of tho U. H. ships Aleit and
JJipsio. The Kins joined with
others in making up a purse for the
juvenile ball players, which was
handed to one of the gills by 3Ir
Is'eumann. Following arc the names of ihc
players with their- pbbiiions: -Girls
of Fort street school 11. 11, Club,
Haltie McGuire, pitcher; Annie
Akau,c atelier; Mnttio Kcllcy , 1st
base; Lilllo I'cor, -d biihc; Mamie
McGuire, tld base; Sai'Io Lederer,
aliort 8tp ; Ktta Iycett, center
field; Alice Lvcett, rip;lit Held.
Pacific B. IJ. club. Kddle'Long,
catcher;' O. McGuire, pitcher ;
"Walter Lemon, 1st base; AVilliu
Lycett, 2d base; A. Long, Ud base;
fi. PetrJo, short stop; W. Koth,
fobW Bkid i 'A. Mttftbty Mikl
tv iv iuhiij
, i 3 ,1 J
OlrU.ii .. t.ni ..
BllJ'Sirti n. .... .
1 ? 0 B-2l
The other sports began with Ihe
Blispeiidcd apple-eating contest by
little girls. Apples were hung on a
airing for them to nibble ,, at while
this blring-was vibrated. The prize
winners including very small boys
were Saiah Lvcett, Mary Nott, Lida
West, Rita Schmidt, Ueitie Whit
ney, Jennie Wright, Willie Muer
tens, Roency, Lilia, Thomas, Auite
Lose. Herman Maerlens.
Three potnto races were won re
spectively by Mrs. Roth, Miss Ward
and Miss Cfevlcr. ,
Twenty-five yards race, chlldieu
under 0 Kita Lose 1, Willie Ped
lar 2, Hilda Lederer 8.
100-yds race, C to 8 years Les
ter Fetrie 1, Charlie McGuire 2,
Julian Asch 3.
Girls under 12 Ada Lycelt 1,
RK Schmidt 2, Emma Roe 3, Ber-
t. Itfilna .1 A fin Corl7 f.
V ' t hi iv-J u ,i. ...
has race Lill e JNott, all others
failed to carry the etre.
Bluo jackets' 100 .ids,
Johnson (Aleit) 1, W.
Sack race Barney Lemon
Willie Roth 2, Willie Noll 3.
Three-legged race John Marcel
lus and a marine of the Xinsiu 1,
litrney Lemon anil Lester Petrie 2,
Gto. Ward add Lewis Reynolds 3,
1'iank Grace and Willie Nolt A.
75 yds. race, girls under 15
Litiu est 1, Julia Figncrcdo 2,
Li-ila Lemon 3, Gertie Whitney -1.
75 yds. race, girls over 15 Lillie
Nott 1, Miss Ward 2, Miss Clevier 3.
75 yds. race, boys under 12
Frank Grace 1, Barney Lemon 2,
Petrie 3, J. Asch 4.
100 vds. race, boys over 12
Willie Roth 1, A.. Long 2, Willie
As the sun was sinking the string
detachment of the band took its sta
tion within the court and dancing
began. At dusk many colored Ian
terns hung beneath the awning and
on the pobts were lighted, throning
an even subdued light on the gay
scene. Although tliercwas a goodly
attendance all the affernoon, hun
dreds flocked out in the cars and
other conveyances to the evening
festivities. Dancing was kept up
till midnight and general happiness
reigned till the conclusion.
The festival was well managed
by a committee subdivided as fol
Ground G. Miles. James Dodd,
Light Julius Asch.
LliuIi Bartram, Asc'i, Podeyr.
Gatt r. V lukc, T. P. Jteveiiu,
K. G. ."schumau, Bartram, Kaiier,
Police J. llubash.
Floor Kaiser, Sevcrin, Osmer,
Spoits Bartram, Brash, Orden
Street car Miles, Dedd, Reist.
Mr. James Dodd earned gieat
praise from his colleagues for the
hud work he did in preparing the
lainii. 'The Elite Icecream Parlors
furnished substantial refreshments
on one side of the enclosure. Lager
beer was supplied on the ticket
plan by the society. Nothing but
congratulations to the Arion was
beard, as the occasion wore on, for
the excellence of all arrangements
and the genuine pleasure afforded
all who shared in the festivities.
FROM M. THOMPSOH'S DIGEST
OF HAWAIIAN SUPREME
COURT DECISIONS. .
AOUNT AND 1'lllKCIPAI..
The owner of the original good
is OHiier also of the propeity fu:
whicli they were hiven in exchange
by an utuuilmrized agent, and has
a right to retain the possession when
once it hits come to hands.
Such unauthorized person, acting
in good faith for the inteicsts of the
principal, is entitled equitably to a
fair compensation for his services,
but lie can receive nothing upon n
contract made u ith him by an agent
of the principal who, in making
such contract, has exceeded his
Whc-e, by the very nature of the
transaction, a written authority is
known to exist, it is the duty of
persons dealing witli the agent to
make inquiries as to the nature aud
extent of tjiicli authority, and to ex
amine it, lb.
An agent is liable if be exceed
his authority. Mclvengue v. Helen,
3 Haw. !li8.
V. and A. as agents for a certain
schooner signed a iiu-uiorandum of
agreement for the Iranspoitatiou of
certain freight, A. being at the time
also a part owner of the schooner,
but sold out bis interest previous to
the trnfcpnrtation of the freight;
held that the fact of A. being a part
ov.uer unci at the sail e time a mem
ber of the Arm of V, and A. did
not make V. and A. principals in
the transaction, aud that it was for
the jury to find as a fact in the case
whether or not . and A. acted ft r
the owners in cigning the memoran
dum of fnniructr Hobiuson v. Hii.ds,
8 Haw. 597.
A master of a vcgfcI has no
authoiiiy to appoirt au agent in the
An agent so appointed cannot re
covor coiiimisnious on dWborsements,
nor iipin cargo bold to himself,
fcvcictt v. Holies, a l'aw. G01.
Trustees under a will having dele
gated their authority to decedent's
widow, held liable for debts con-
mk,M mm mm a m Mbnitom k Mm kmwiw u 'm mmA km u fok
D)80v WllKMki i WAS, 0 1MS1 ,,.., ,' ,. . uv "Rvvjr.tu vi-i'Sf m, vug i?s mp ft?l'.usfH: g hobi ikviw
lUscint.8 fclvSh tiv hri alltaed
&tnt held admissible d5 evidence of
agent y. HoblneoH Yi sro&ovlcn, o ,
Haw. G18. J
Authority of an agent or attorney
to make nllldavit to a complaint, not a
proper subject of demurier. Ilceia
Co. v. McKcague, 5 Haw. 101.
Owners of sugar plantation not
estopped by acl of manager and
agent. Akinim vs. Kohala .Mugar
Co., 5 Haw. 359.
Tar Collector gave tax-recent of
a soldier to the captain of the com
pany: held, he made the captain his
agent to deliver the receipt, and was
responsible for the captain's neglect,
llipa v. Luce, 5 Haw. 520.
Auction Sale by Win. Jno. Brodle,
Mvurilri ot Mh. .) HI A i IND. MantU'cr
(it the ;vur Mill Co., 1 ill sell at Pub-
At Kuimuu. Kohnlti
On FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
August 30' I -ii i J'l
13 Horses ami Marts
Caue Wagons, Car e Land,
Houses, House Lots,
Blacksmith'.? &, Carii-ntcr's fools,
And a complete assort mcnl of
Airiciltnral Implements !
The Machinery of llii- alu ve .Mill
U in llrst-clns order, oilers for
which arc solicited arid consists of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
1 Pair Boilers,' 0x20;
1 Double Effect, i nrul 7 feet I'-ins,
1 Vacuum I'anO ft. with Make l'i mp
3 Weston Centrifugals & Engine
Together with the usual assort
ClariQors, Gleaning Pans, Coolers, &c.
And other Machinery usually found
m a well-appointed .Mill.
Por fuither particular upply to
Wiu. J. BliODLK,
322 I7t.d lC0 3t-w Audi.iiiccr.
A SPECIAL meeting of the commis
sioned ollleers of the Hoi.oliiln
Killeswill be held THIS ICVtKtKG,
at the Armory, tt 7:30 o'clnck. Busi
ness of lruportau -c. Per order
H. F. HKIUUKI),
321 1' Corrimnnoipg.
'"THE Annud meeting of tin stocV.
JL holders of ihe Kahulul 11. R. Co.
will be hlil at li c otli enf Wilder &-C
Honolulu on Wl DNESDAY, 14th in.-t.
at 10 ..'cb ck A. si.
S. B. HOSE,
Ho olulr, Aug. 12 'S9.- Secretary.
TE -ii r aid meeting of the Olowa'n
Co i: mi) will bo held on MON.
DAY, ih.u-i 12th, at 11 a. si., at the
ottiec o ii . Q. Irwin & Co.
C. O. BhKGER,
A QUARTERLY meeting of the Board
of Triifkea oi ii.i vincii'i ilus
, . at will be heid on SATURDAY, tin
Tin oeuiuii.Ovi, iti to u. lU o'eli-iK A.l.,
i Ui'. Kijiiiih i I the (Ik. in i er ol Lou.
in-ne liiititii tii iiiijitiitnncc Aimnd
1 1 ol tin Ily-l.tivs l' i ' '''ei
F. A &OIIAEFER,
dOtrn ht ci clary.
VTOTIC'E Ishiitbv tiven to all those
ll wliii tiiuk ii li-nid In putllndouii
ii.eda-t'iidly iitlctnf it of lliu liOili ulto,
.md flbKiMied in the niniii'eiiiince ol law
'ind oiler, vt Ii.imj names lire upon the
Minslmi'-. IM. dial the f-um of Ten (lOi
I) ilia s will bo piiil in nil Hicli as will
fill on ilH'.iimloit-imiMl on or b.-fore the
'JO h int., on I clinl (if the Merchants of
Honolulu, UK a filijjlu recognition of the
JOIIX II. l'ATY,
rionoliilii, Aug. 10, ttifai). 3J2 71
European liillhird Parlorx.
rpiIE Ilandsomct-i ltilllnrd Fiitlors in
X the city, I'.i.d lUicd up hi the most
approvtd style Four In bleu w ith all I lit
J. 1 BOWEN & CO.,
870 tf I'roinlfior
Mr. Frank Brown,
Mr. James Love,
LATE Rcaldenco of
Mr. M. Croen,
?19 Fort Btreet.
STORE, Etc , now occupied by
Mr. Wollo, Grocer,
JJ Apply to
A. J. CAKTWR1GHT,
S09 tf - Merchant stret.
LAHGb anil IrWOrtTANT
Credit We Sale!
I am in1rn"lt'(l by Mtn.r.. H HACK-
FflLD & l() to f-cll a' rubllft Auc-
Hon at 'Inlr Strtre (jneen aircc-i,
On a Literal Credit to the Trade,
W"I;t"j(lny & Thnrxtloy,
Aug fi l'Jtli, 13th, 1-llh & IGtli,
Commend, j at 10 a. m, each day,
All tlioli inipoit.itlons nf Merchan
dise oi fvery dcsci Iptl 'n, cum.
prislnw; lull llne-ior
Dry Gooils, Dress Goods,
Kurdi'Ir nr' Au rali Sftiliih'g,
Twiui in i rilic "res l huh,
Uiilvui zed Co -ig'itcd lion arid
Hi 1 jj i r t'
Bai;3 antl lhrging,
i. ijt-orim'-i t of
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
II . fi r IJ I :
Ii'i Ju m
Champign i, Purl it tluiry Wires,
UrandL'. , VVIiKie-.,
Alp's, (Jeers, &:,,
i ; - -
C-bm' Ml Hood nil" ren wiil j os-ilivo!
Vl'.itns.. AT ri tl,y
Secor d Annual Ficnit
lO 111", lllil.l) AT
Saturday Aug, lO
Admbsion 50 Ccr.'s. i.-idios Free.
TichuN In li-
Cllltl. '1 i
iM.n nun Ki-
d ot till uieiiiliiirs of 1 1
: h enriier
..- , ...y ll.l I lull!'
I Yb" K i m , :in
r .i tii x m d chili n
oiiiim-.n U; ..
iims v I r.u
fu in 111 h.i.lgo io il-- piciix plm
free of i .a g'-
Sjiorls !oi .MUUi! imil old enrnrncnt.
nt 2 l. m A lnrgc plullorm i on rb
Utou'iilo tor diincii)!;. .Mu-ic by h
Koyal 11 iw.'iian Bind. 3l7 fi
HONOLUI.U, II. 1.
These Schools open for the Hew Yeaj
September !, 1880.
Tlio faculty of Onhii College will be
the isaiiie as la-t year. The Friend
says: Wc tlilnk'tliat there has never
lieeu an abler fitfully at Onhu College,
or one better adnpted to impart a high
elasieal aud seientiliu ctlueatloii."
The Hoarding Department enn ae
eoniruodate but few more thiiiiweiuiu
attendance last year, and all who de.-ire
to enter should inaUe mi early applica
tion The Preparatory School continue
under tlie l'rlneipalshipof MisM:ilone;
Miss Carrie A. GUinaii takes jliss
Chamberlain's position, the Utter hav
ing i feigned to remove to the United
Tiru Trustees arc happy to auiiounc
that, through the generous Interest of a
frierid, they are electing a line new
building and lernodi ling the present
one, so that this school will occupy new
ami commodious ruiurleis in Septem
ber. When thus equipped we, hclluvv
the l'reparatoiy .School will offer oppor
tunities second to none in the i iiigdom.
CQrAddress all letters of Inijuiry o
REV. W. C. MERRI'lT,
317 lm rresldent.
'Iho next term of ECaineamcha. School
MONDAY, Sept. 2d.
Three gentlemen, havlni: special quit
llfkut ions us touchers of ir.iinuul training,
huvo been engaged for Ihe coming year
Two of these are highly recommended
by Dr. Woodward of tho (.'clebrmul
Manual Training School of Washington
University, being graduates of that in-i-tltution.
The other as Principal ol
Hoboken Academy has had valuable
experhnce as an Iribtt nctor iu et-vt-r.il
blanched of manual trnlaiag,
Applications for admission should be
tent immediately to tho Principal, as
rooms will bu assigned in order of
COT For further information apply to
W'M. II. OMMON,
314 tf Principal.
NEW Wilcox & Whito Piulor
Ortwwitb clelit stom. Suitable
for echoiil or church. A nno instrtt.
ment. Apply nt 07 I'uuchhowl 8ticct,
opposiln N. P. Mission Institute. 278 tf
SKA MM) tenders wilt he received at
tlit Kuii i pi ire Mill Onice, for two
wei I-1- limn ibite ior tho construction
of i Tivii my I. on e. Flana nnd erccl.
flcaliouti can' ho fcem at the office of
Enterprise Mill, 311 Sw
fi 153 ! a S H
Eotioil UtJtu.TiNi bear 'Upon my arrival in Honolulu S.tttirday nicirhlng, Ihy aUdnlloll wai
called to a most reunrKithlo exhibition of figure twisting, by the Equitable Life Asjiirancu Society, pub
lished in the Bulletin- over tho slgnatitro of Alex. J. Ciutwright, in which that worthy gentleman in
cludes some false ami misleading comparisons already exposed by mo iu a former issue of 3'otir paper.
The ndvcitiseinent concludes as follows: "This Agency docs not pioposc to continue this controversy
through the newspapers. It docs not propose to boa party towards boring the public with mutual
lecliiiiinan'ons which might ho kept up until doomsday. Anyone who doubts the stability of tho
'Equitable' or its power to cope with the Mutual Life can get all the information they desire by ap
plying for copies of the 'Equitable Record' which hereafter will always be kept on file at this olllcc."
The "Equitable Record" is an advertising paper published and circulated solely in the interests of
that company, and the ridiculous absurdity of the above 'childlike nnd bland proposition could only bo
paralleled by a prisoner achising the judge and jury to get nil their information as to his purity and
innocence Iroin himself. Certainly if such temarkable assoilions as appear iu the "Equitable Record,"
and the adveitiscnient alluded to, could only be relied upon, the Equitable scrip-holders would have
cause for congratulation ; but us a pol icy holder iu the Equitable, who had been dazzled ("razzle
dnzzlcdl") by their figuring and wonderful showing on paper, remarked, after seeing his immense (j1)
dividend, "The biggest part of their show is outside the canvas I"
Now, Mr. Editor, either Mr. Cnrlw rig lit or myself have deliberately published false statements iu
your pap.-r u to the merits of our respective, companies, aud if Mr. V. in really desirous of not boring
the public, .md at the same time willing to verify the truth of his publications, I hereby submit n pro
position Hint must appear eminently satisfactory to all concerned. I will agree to deposit immediately
in any bank iu Honolulu One Thousand Dollars, under a simple agreement to forfeit said sum for the
lieiicllt of the hoiiitM made desolate by the recent disaster, if Mr. Cartwright will appear in my presence
belore any jointly selected coinmitteu of Honolulu businVss men undt prove my advertisement
as published iu Siiturday's Buli.ktin to be false, and 1 will further agree to forfeit my deposit
if J lail to prove to the satisfaction of said committee, that important portions of his advertise
ment are both lUlsis and misleading,'. Or my deposit shall be forfeit, if Mr. C. can prove that the
Equitable has either earned or distributed as much dividends as the Mutual Life, or if he can
prove that the Equitable has ever equalled the actual results of the Mutual Life on policies issued at
same date, for same amount on same plan and covering same period, or 1 will agree to prove that tho
Mutual Life has paid larger profits by a very large majority to those who have personally cashed their
contracts at maturity, and have also paid larger Mirrcnder values to thasu compelled from reverse, or
other reasons, to camel their agreement before maturity, than has the Equital le.
Mr. Cnrtn light may furnish the Insuianee Department reports and ollieial documents, for the in
vestigation himself, or 1 will do so as he elects, thus affording the committee ample and easy methods
to investigate i.s Id the organization of the companies j the character and ability of the managers; the in
surance and lliiaiidial theories upon which the business is coudttcted; the plans of insurance; the char
ter limitations, jam! the actual character and productive value of the investments, the character and loca
tion of the lives insured; the degree of economy exercised iu procuring and caring for the business;
the avetage dividend results given on policies in force and all other vital issues that can be readily con
tiasted from authentic sources, and afford a reliable test for the committee to determine the superiority
of one company over another, and if alter a careful consideration such committee decide iu favor of the
Equitable Life my deposit shall be immediately forfeit to the committee's disposition as aforesaid, Mr.
C'urlwright to make a similar deposit subject to forfeit in like manner if the superiority of the Mutual
Life be sustained by the record.
In conclusion I would say: The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York lias always claimed
to be the best company doing business iu the United Stales. It has been pronounci'i by the Insurance
Department of New York State to be the "Model Life Insurance Company of the World." Both the
claiiji nnd the ollieial endorsement are justified by its record of able and honest management, unsurpass
ed financial condition and the unequalled magnitude of its transactions. For forty-six year3 it lias stood
for the bt"-t in both the theory and ptacticc.of Life Insurance, and lias done more than any other com
pany to pl'iui- the distribution of surplus upon a scientific and equitable basis, so that each and every
policy-holder may receive the amount of dividends due according to the risk3 assumed by the company
and the premiums paid by the fissured. The amount it has collected, disbursed and invested for the
benefit of the assured and the profits it has returned to policy-holders are from seventy-live to two hun
dred aud fiftj- per cout. greater than tho results accomplished by any other company in the United
States or the world. a. D'. THOMAS.
Executive Special Agent the Mutual Life Ins. Co.
lie 'HniinBghW tStalliou
Will stand at,bervice at
Record 2:22, Sacramento, Sept. l:
Pkdigiiek: Marin was fired b'
Quinn's Patchen, be by Geo. M. Piii
chen, Jr.; M'uin's dam bv Emigrant, h
by Billy McL'racken; Hilly McCrackci
by McUrackcn'i Black Ilav.k, 707, (tii.
fire of Lady Dooley, and of the dum i
Overman, 2:11)1.') Mt'C'rack oil's Blue
Hawk, 7U7, by Vermont BUck Uawfc. 5
2nd dam by Marshall's Black Hawk, In
by Easlon's Bhick Hawk. The dam i
Quinn's Patchen by tiiockbridgo Chic
he by Vermont Black Hiuvk, 5.
R. T. Carroll of San Francifco, th
former owner of Munn, vouches, th
out of thirty-t-ix mures served by Hi
horse during his last Benson in Cul
fornia, thiri-tlve piov. d i n ...i
1'Aibl. 84. i.".fc.AlliI4.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1 NEW Cntunder Car.
J. riuge just Hnished
and handsomely ti immed
in tlrst clnsi" Fiyle; ninsr be immedintely
sold to close, mi aiMgninenr. Applvt'o
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKMJY.
Cottage To Let.
ANEW one f-tory Cottage
on upper unit of Lillua
siiect, euninhiiiiii C rooms
nicely papered and painted, bath room,
kilo en, ulqe lawn, hh.ide tiees, ele.
Will be rented reasonable to a gijod ten
ant. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
STOKE TO LET
""IIE Store lately occupied
X by E. O. Rowe, WayV
Block, King strci t, at reusoa-
able rental. Pofbrhrii given at nnep
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY.
gallu, proud llesli and
wires of every deserli-
"tlcm to jiuisons oranl-
in. ils. Adopted by leading hore rail
louil, club and livery H.ib'es, etc.. In
the United States and clsewheie. Wo
me piepaicd to prove Ibis stitteiucnt by
tcrtliiionlals and icftireuees to plantuis
and liverymen In this Klpgilqiu.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY.
A LARGE assortment nf I'liotographs
and iStuiooM'upiu Views of the
most attractive scenery, buildings, etc,
ill Hips inlands, for sale at midotntblo
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Type Skeve iH
Tliis cut ropreBenlB the Typo Fleevo peculiar to the Cranium, Tvie WmTjsi.
It moves up and down, und twirls to the right anil loft to reach a common
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und punctuation marks to t)io number, of eighty-four 'characters. Thiu
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