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fiftieth to neither Sect nor Party,
Out ettabliihtd for the bent fit cfatl.
TUESDAY, AUG. 13, 1880.
The Hilo Record of July 23
strongly uies on its townspeople
the desirability of having i good
public hall thut would lie an ornn
msut to the town.
'Blank Books" Is the signature
of somebody who has yet to learn
tlmt no use ennbe made, In nny
well-regulated newspaper, of a com
munication without the author's real
name being furnished in confidence.
CHINESE' IH JAVA.
The following W from a Batavian
paper. It illustrates John China
man's methods of pushing himself in
the world, so well known in these
islands. Had lift) Hawaiian yatcs
not been made straiter by recent
legislation, we should now be shar
ing with Java, from tho same cause
as here slated, a fresh incursion of
Now that Chinese emigrants llnd
themselves shut out of Australia
they come in increasing milliners to
Java. In one day, about the mid
dle of last month, no less than ISO
of them arrived at Batavia. Tlic.sc
newcomers generally begin by com
peting with the native coolies.
After scraping a little money to
gether, Ibey set up shop and run the
native Keepers hard. Upon getting
on alittle ltirthur In the world, they
end by competing with European
tradesmen. In fact the Chinese, by
their elbowing proclivities and mon
eyed power, arouse animosity in
A COMMON NUISANCE.
A complaint lias previously been
made through this paper of an
abattoir refuse cart that dissemi
nates a foul odor among the houses
alontj the 1'alama road. It still
continues and is a public nuisance.
One prominent resident has had to
change the hour of his breakfast,
as the cart passing during that meal
drove him from the tabic. Complaint
was made to the Health Ofllce and
the Police Station. Capt. Larson
Rent a policeman of his watch nd
had the driver of the cart arrested,
but only to be released immediately
as the Health authorities would not
support his prosecution. The ground
of their objection was that as the
cart was moving and not kept
htationary anywhere, it did not come
within the meaning of a nuisance.
So, then, anything the most repul
sive to the senses, if it "keeps amov
ing," must be tolerated. Perhaps
the rights of the subject arc in
volved, as, if the cart were tabooed,
the next sanitary campaign might be
against persons bhedding an aroma
of garlic and whisk', or of lim
burgcr cheese, who should be kept
in durance vile until they consented
to purification bj'aKona. Seriously,
however, we think the Board of
Health ought to stop that blood cart
or compel its substitution with an
airtight' vehicle. If not the offend
ed citizens may have to combine for
assailing the nuisance through a
dally le buf yriblflo SIRUj, 1'hU U
especially a Matter Mich tioufcaths
every Mcreliatit, ovcry real sfclalo
owner nnd every cltllcn of Snn
lfrnnclsco. What am bur capitalists
or our Government doing to offset
tills policy, so pregnant with Injury
to our commercial and political in
terests V Thus far absolutely noth
ing. Shalt we supinely permit the
historical commercial policy of
Ureal Britain to wrest from us the
commerce of tho PnclHor Shall we
depend upon tho geographical ad
vantages which the Almighty has
given the port of San Francisco and
do nothing to help ourselves ?
The writer of the letter then pro
ceeds to say that, n the San Fran
cisco Chamber of Comimrco occu
pies the honorable position of prior
ity in the protection of American
interests at Samoa, tlmt body should
now promptly and earnestly Impress
upon Congress and the Executive,
as well as upon their countrymen
generally, the absolute necessity of
prompt action to maintain their com
mercial Interests on the Pacillo
against the coiuuiei dally aggressive
policy of Great Biitain.
The resolutions paused unani
mously. They included the calling
of a special session of tho Chamber,
to which Pacific Coast Congressmen
und other chambers of commerce
should lie iiiYilcd, for tho consider
ation of special subjects, among
which are the following!
"The permanent establishment of
ocean mail steamship lines on the
routes before named, and the liberal
compensation by the Government
for the carriage of ocean mails on
.said linen by steamships available
for war and transport purposes.
"Tho maritime defense of Pacific
'An oceon telegraph cable to
Australia via the Pacific Islands!.
"The energetic construction of
the Nicaiagim Canal as a means of
national defense and commercial
"The encouragement of maritime
commerce and increased energy in
the construction of u n'avy."
A letter from John S. Mosby dis
puted the legality of consular in
voices for goods on the free list,
"for the plain reason tlmt such in
voices arc intended solely to protect
tiic revenue and, of course, are un
necessary when tiicre is no revenue
to protect. He suggested that some
merchant allow his name to be used
for testing the question in the
courts, by ordering a lot of coffee
or lea or sugar from Honolulu and
instructing his correspondent not to
procure nny consular invoice. The
cliuir was authorized to appoint a
committee of five merchants inter
ested to investigate the question.
This matter of consular invoices is
a grievance to Honolulu merchants.
It occasions them so much expense
and inconvenience tliatbome of them
enter small lots of free goods on the
dutiable list at the Custom House.
If the consular invoices from this
side arc found to have no legal
authority in the United Slates, then
our merchants ought to be relieved
from tliis tax on their importations
of free goods from that country.
liiiLY fctoiLMWfh mmoiiYLiU Hi L AuBtM ti. torn
- " - " ,.,.-.-.. - -t-t -.-.-.,, . -, - -,.,..,,.,
fiW WJ-"-. ' ''';l&'ggriy'',g
LARGE and IMPORTANT
tallon Sitli i to, J, Itella,
I am inliurtcd by Messr. II HACtf-
FKM) ii CO to noil ni Piihllo Alio-
lion at their Stoic, Queen sticet,
On a Liberal Credit to the Trade,
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY,
Aug- st 14th & llSih,
Cominoncliijj at 10 a. m. cacli day,
All their importations of Muiclian-
tllso (if every description, coin.
prising lull line or
Dry Goods, Dress Mi,
KngliMt nml Aupltnlliiu daddies,
Twinu ami Klltur Piess Olnlli,
Uiilvnnb.uil Uorrug.ited Iron and
Bus nml Bugging,
Vienna Furniture I
An assortment of
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
STAR - MILL,
K01IAI.A, I! VWAH,
Hvmtlcrof Mn.JOHN HIND. Manner
nl tliu Slur Mill Co., I will p. 11 nt l'ulj.
II i Auction,
Champagncr, Port & Sherry Wince,
Ales, Beers, &c, &c.
Oil FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
August ilOlli and .".lit,
AT 1 (VCMH!K V. .11.,
87 M.1mhk Harnesses
1 UdiH's mid Marc?,
t'i tie Vagon, Cane l.nml,
Houses, House Lots,
111 dismlth'j ii Cflippntor's Tools,
.ml a complclu iiMorlmunl of
'I he Ma hlnciy of the u'uvo Mill
In n ilrtl.chis order, iiII'om fur
width mu bolicltuil nml consist of
C3JTA11 Goods oilVred will positively
TI'.IUIM AT K.VI.i:.
,1AS. F. ALGllGAX,
8t7 til Auctioneer.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
SAN FRANCISCO MERCHANTS
At the quarterly meeting of the
San Francisco Chamber of Com
merce on July 25, the principal
matter dealt with was that of Cali
fornia's maritime interests in the
Pacific. The basis of discussion
was a communication from Capt.
Wiu, L. Merry, who prefaced a bet
of resolutions with a statement of
what is denominated "a fact recog
nized by well-informed merchants,
that the Government of Great Hii'l
aiu designs the concentration of the
maritime commerce of the Pacific
Ocean at the western terminus of the
Canadian Pacific Hallway." Capt.
Merry particularizes and comments
upon this British purpose as follows:
To attain this cud a mail steam
Hliip line has been already establish
ed thenco to Japan and China;
other lines arc projected to New
Zealand nml Australia, via the Ha
waiian Islands, .Samoa and Fiji, and
also to Panama via Mexican and
CentrulAijiericnn potts, connecting
with her steamship lines on the west
coast of South America via this
Straits of Magellan lo Atlantic poits
and the English ib'nnds. These
Btcambliip lines will be covered by
large and rapid vessels, useful for
purposes of war, liberally compen
satcd.for carriage of ocean mails.
An. Australian cable to Honolulu
and Now Zealand will supplement
this Maritime enterprise, with tho
obvious result of great injury to our
foreign commerce and decided de
triment to our entire country, espc-
ELECTKIC LIGHT MATTERS.
Tho new wheel fur supplying powei
for the incandescent lights is now
being placed in position, 'this necct
citiiU'H tho cutting oil' of the water
parsing through tho electric light
station, so tlmt fur a night or two the
me lights in tho oily will not be
The water wan let into the new re
bcivoir between hid iSntutdiiy anil
Monday morning, filling it 17 feet
YVoik on the new icbervoir opposite
Ltiiikuha lias eoiiiiiiiuieeil mid is be
ing rapidly pushed fimvuid.
Mr. V. V. Lock wood, who nriived
on the last steamer, has m-mined (ho
duties of Superintendent of the elcc
tne light (yuleni in Honolulu. Mr,
Lock wood is a mini of much experi
ence mill comes highly recommended
by the Thomt-oii-iloiitton Co. anil
Mr. Faulkner tho late Mipcriiitond
ent. The incandeecenl lighting will be
pushed forward with all fjiced.
AJOTICB is hereby given lln.t, pur
L Minat to an order of sale made
tills day 'iy Hon. E. Proctori, .liwtiro of
the Supremo Court, in the mutUr of the
Ksliile of Nancy Will, deciiiM'il. lesliite,
I will oll'nr fir sulo nt Public Aiie.ilon,
at the Salesroom of .IAS. K. MOJtOAN,
On SATURDAY, Au. 17th
AT IO O'Ul.OCU. A. .11.,
llelnnging lo the Estate of Nancy Wilt,
lluute mi llcrcttiniii nml Young 8lrnd3,
Honolulu, t'clug Lot numliuieil 107 and
84 on tliu Government Map of Kuluo.
halmu l'liUiis, anil hciu;.' a portion of
the land ilchcrlbcd in Koyal 1'ntcni
.(irmil) nuinliercd 200, togoihur with nil
Buildings and Improvements Thereon.
The f.'inil has a frnntign of a Utile
ovor 100 fi'ct en llereiiiniu wtrcot and the
wmiB i n Young street, and a ilopth of
Sdf.-ri fed. Lot 107, fronting on,, Here,
tun in street, hus n
VA LIJAltliFi CTTAill,
Now oRcupicd by Mr. Dan Lynnn. Lot
Hi, fronting Young slreei, hs
Two Cottages and a Stablo !
Ilotli Lots me fch'ided with Finu'Fiuit
Trees and Orniimei.til Plants. Btieet
(.'iir.-i on Ho ct riu in client piss within a
few feet of the prcmiscr,
A rue opportunity is aflotdcil lo buy
it most desirable proprriy.
W. O. SMITH,
Kxectitnr Will of Nancy Will, dee'd.
Uoik lulu, .lob- 15, I8MJ. '.Yii 4t
Administrator's Sale of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
1 Pair To lors, 0x20 1
I Doubli KllW;(, (I and 7 feot Puna,
1 Vacuum I'.inl) It. with Dluku I'mnp
3 Woslon Centrifugals & Engine
T.igethcr with tl.o usual ussorl
Clariflers, Gloanlni; Pans, Coolers, Sc,
Ami other Mnohh ery unndly found
in a woll-uppoiiitctt Mill.
t&t'Por further parti iiiIiiih apply lo
Win. J. ijhodii:,
1122 I7l.il ICOill-w Auctioneer.
Tl,e next teini of ICunic'iamulm Hehool
MONDAY, Sept. 2d.
'Iliree gentlemen, having fpuebd niio.
lilliiilliUHii', leielitrd ot ii.iinuiil tniinli) uc.
liMVn been engaged for the coming year.
Two of iIicmi iiiii highly iceominei.ileil
by Dr. Wumliuird of the Celebnitnl
Mamml Training Behool ol Washington
UnivciHliy, being ar.ulnales of tlmt in
klliullon. The other as 1'ilneipr.l ol
Hotoken Aciultmy h-its had valuable
axptrbneu nt an Invtiiicior In Buvcral
hraii(:!je of manual trnluuig.
Applleiillinib for (idtnlBfelu'n should be
Efiil fuiiueiliittely lo the Pilnclpiil, as
ro.ima will be assigneil In outer of
&' For further Information apply lo
W.M. , OI.KSON,
till If I'rinelpttV
Families of Those Killed In tlio Liile liloi,
UniTfJtt lim.tjtiti.s l JJear .S'fr Upon my arrival in Honolulu Knlindity inoClilug, my ftlltlilloii Wfi
called to a limit roinarktiblc oxlilliitlon of llgiiro livlilliig, liy the tfqullnblo Ufa AlHiiniiio Koululy, ))
llulicd In Ihu Uut.i.iniNovor Hid oljualurc of Alux. J, Unrtwrlulit, In wlileli tlmt worthy geiitmnn In.
elude eome fnlsii and inlMuiullnp; comparisons already exposed by mo In n former Iwiie of ynur pnpflr.
'J'lio advcillneiiu'iit concludes nn oIIowhi "TIiIh ARPiicy dou not piopoie to contlnim lbl uanUovonty
lliroiidi tho nuiispnpuis. lt doen not propoHO lo bo n parly low ardx horfittf llm public with iiiilliinl
reciltnlnatioiiH which nielli bo kupt tip until doomsday, Anyone who dotibU (lie liability of llm
Kipiltnlilo' or Its power to cope with the ..Mutuai, Lii'i: can vl all lliu liiformiitlou thuy ilmlri! hy up
plying for cojiluu of tho 'Equitable Hccord' which hurciiflcr will nlwnyi ho kept on lllu at llils ollluc."
Tho "UqultRblo Hccord" Is an iidvcrlUIng paper publUlied and ciiciilntcd Holcly In the IntcrusU of
that company, and the ridiculous absurdity of tho above 'clilldlilio and blimd' proportion could only bo
paralleled by a prisoner nihUiug tliu Judge nml Jury to get all their Information as lo hli purity ami
Innocence fiom himself, Certainly if ytioh lenmiltablo aau'illoiiH n uppciir In the "Kiiullahln Jfccord,"
and the advertisement alluded to, could only be relied upon, lliu Kqiillnhlc crli'lioldci would liuvu
cause for congrululalion t but at u policy holder In tho ICipillnhlc, who had been dazzled ("razzli!
da.leill") iv their llgtirliig mid wonderful shoivlng on paper, remarked, after Hcclng hit iinmenoii (r)
dividend, "'lliu bl(;gewt purt of their bhow Ih oiiInIiIi) tliu can van I"
Now, Air. Kdltor, either Hv, C-'ailwrlglit or myeclf linio ilellhcnflely juibllhlicd fnlwi sliilcnieiilii In
your paper us to the mcritu of our respective coinpnuliiH, and If .Mr. i Ih really dciiimibi of not hoiing
tho public, and at the name lluio willing lo verify the triilli of IiIh iiihlicutloiis, I hereby unbuilt n pro
position Hint iiiukI appear eminently satisfactory to nil concerned. I iv f J 1 agrcu lo (liipindt fmmcdlalcly
in any bank In Honolulu One Thousand Dollars, under a simple nrcQimmt to forfeit said sum for tho
beiietll of the homes mntlu desolate by lliu recent disaster, if Mr. L'artu right tvill appear In my presonco '
huforo any Jointly 6elccttd coiiimltleo of Honolulu business inoii and prove my iidveitlscmoiit
us piilillshcd in Saturday's llui.i.i.m to be foUo, and I will furllicr ujjrco lo foiclt my deposit
If J f 'it i 1 lo pnivo to llm satisfaction of said commltlco, Unit linporlaiil porllous of his inlveilihc.
mciiL aru boih I'nlho and iiiIh1(!U(11iiu'. Or my depoalt shall bo forfeit ff Air. O. can prove Unit tlio
Kqiiltalilu lias either onriKul or (IlHlrilMlf imI as much dividends :is tliu .Mutual Life, or If ho cnri
prove flint tliu Kqiiltnblo has ever equalled llio iiclunl refills of llm Mutual l.lo nil policies Issued tit
sumo date, for siimu amount mi uaufu plan and uovcriug suuiu period, or I will agree lo prove Hint llm
Mutual Life lias paid larger profit by n very large majority lo lluxu who Imvo personally cashed tholr
conlracls at maturity, and have also paid larger surrender values lo time compelled from reverse, or
other icasous, to cancel their agreement before maturity, than bus tlio KfpiilaUc,
Mr. Corlwilght may furnish tlio Insurance Department reports mid nfllcinl dooiiincnlH, for tliu ln
veBtigr.tiou himself, or I will do ho us he elects, thus iilfordlng the cominlitco ample and ciiky methods
lo investigate as lo tliu organization of the companies ; llio chnracler ami ability of lliu miuiiigers ; the In
surance ami lliiaiiidai theories upon which the business Is conducted j lliu plans of Insurance; (in; char
ter llinitniioiiH, and the actual character and productive) value of llio InvoslinculH, tlio clmnioler mid loca
tion of tho lives Insured; tliu degree- of economy exercised Ih piociiilng nnd caring for llie I)iibIiicbh ;
tlio average dividend results given on policies in force and nil other vital istiies that can bo readily con
trasted fiom authentic sources, und nflord a reliable test for llio commlitco lo ilelermlno llio'Miipunnrlly
of one company over another, and If alter a careful consideration hiicIi committee decide in favor of llm
Kquilahlu Life my deposit shall bo Immediately forfeit lo the oominltke'H dlsposlllon as aforesaid, Mr.
Cailwrlght to make a similar deposit subject lo forfeit in like manner If t lie superiority of llio Mutuul
Life liu sustained hy thu record.
In eonoluslpn I would suyi Tlio Mutual LlfeJiiHiiranco Company of Now York ha always claimed
to he thu best company doing business in tho United .Slates. It has Ijcun pioiiniiiiocf by the Insurance
Department of Now York .State to bu the "Model Life Insurance Company of tho Worfil." Holli tm
claim ami llm olllolul endorsement are justified by Its record of able and honest maiiagemimt, unsurpass
ed financial condition ami the unequalled magnitude of Its truiuactlomi, Kor forly-ilx years It has blood
for tho bust in both ilm theory and practice of Life Insiiiiincu, and bus done more lmii any other com
pany to place the distribution of surplus upon a sclenllllo and cqiilliiblo i:ibh, so that each mid uvary
policy-holder may receive lliu amount of dividends duo according to tliu rlski assumed hy the company
and thu premiums paid by the nsiiuicd, The amount It has collected, disbursed mid Invested for tlio
neneiii oi mo assured and llio prollls It has relumed to polloy-holderw are fiom Hovcnly-flvo to two hun
dred and llfty per cont. greater than tlio results acuompilsltud hy any other company In lliu Uiillcd
IPnhii Rn Ipotp
HOXOLULU, II. I.
AN OLD FRIEND.
l'asscd Assistant KngineerCiawford
(not Lieutenant ns fumrliaily called
here and In the Slides), uhilo 'it
taehed to the Alert at this port, took
a gical interest in the lvamchameha
Schools, having been an old hand at
technical education. He left here
on the yacht Nyanza and resigned
from the U. S. Navy. An American
paper gives U9 the. llrst intelligence
since received of our old friend as
follows; "Ifobcrt Crawfoid ot tho
United Slates Navy has been virtu
ally sclccled by the boaul of tins
Ices of Willinuifeon School of Phila
delphia for the presidency or super
inleudency of that institution.
Crawford is nell known to Philadel
phia as the organizer and llrst prin
cipal of the Manual Training School
at .Sixteenth t.nd Wood streets. He
Is about foiiy-llve years old and bus
been mi instructor in tho Naval
Academy at Annapolis, and taught
manual training in the Spring Garden
Hy oider of W. 0. SMITH, Hkj,, A''
mi ili-triuor of ihu Emmc of .1. K. Mpiild.
iiiK, dtetftied, 1 uIHm-II at Public Aue.
(ion at my Hakstuom, Queen flieet,
On Saturday Aug-. 17,
AT lii O'CLOCK ,OOX,
The Owolling House,
Carriage House & Stables
At Kiimoiliill, belonging lo 6iild
The Dwcllinc Home Is now and in
CSTHiilhling lo he removed within
day fiom ilato of mlr.
JAS. F. 3!OJi(!AN,
ATHAMrrnCIt wlih good It'-'fci-euccs,
, Dpi tin
Mi'it ICVIliKI'ItlSK MJI.L.
SITU ATI ON WAITED
Theso Schools open for tlio How Year
Sep Um Ir U, 1881.
The faculty of Oiihu College will bo
tho witiio as hist year, 'llio J'rlond
says: "Wo llilnl; tbul there has never
hi en an abler fneiilly at Oiihu College,
or (inn better adapted lo hnpait a high
claflcal and helenlilie edaeailon."
'lliu Hoarding Department e:iu ae
cnmniodate but few more than weie In
atlcnilaueo lust year, and all who desire
lo enter should make an eatly appllea-
The Preparatory School continues
miller thu I'riuclpnlKhlpof Allss.Mnloiiu;
Miss Carrie A. Oilman taken Mint
Chamberlain's poMlitui, Ihu litter hav
ing icslguid lo icinove to the Culled
The Truslees are happy to amiouned
H at, through the generous Interest of a
f i lend, they ate etecllug a linn m;v
building ami rcnioilellng Hie priMenl
one, mi ilmt this Fehool will occupy new
ami eoimnodious quai'lcis in riepteui
hcr. Vben thus equipped we believe
the Prcparaloiy School III offer oppor
tunities seennil lo mini! In thu Kingdom.
itf"Addrcs3 all tellers of liiqiiiry o
KKV. W. 0. .MKKHITT,
317 lm I'lcMilcut.
Eiu'oiKiaii HHIIard Parlora.
rpiIE UnndenincM Ililliiud Parlors in
X the city, and lit led up In the motl
approved style. Pour tables with all I In
J. P. JiOWJCN & CO.,
270 tf I'rnpriclois
Slates or tho woild.
A. I). THOMAS.
Kxucitllvo Special Agfiit flic Mutuul l,fn Ins, Co.
The TboronglM Slain
Will stand nl sctvlra lit
ISO si $75 Inwico,
ItKCOitn 2:22i, H,-.ernrnento, Hepl, in,
Pkuioiike: Mai In was fired by
Qiiinn's i'lilolimi, l.u hy Ceo, M, Pat
elien, Jr.-, Marin's dam by Kmignint, he
by Hilly MeCnieken; Hilly MiiUriicken
by M!(3rii('Ucn's Hmek Hawk, 707, (lliu
slruof Ludy Dooby, arid of limilum of
Overman, 2:IUL-f) McUincken's itlunk
llnwk. 7(17. lie Vi'iowint IUikIc IIiiwIi n.
2nd (bun by SlurHlmllM lllnck (lawk, lie
by Easlon's Dliick Hawk. Thu ibuii ol
Qiiinn's Piitclien by Hiorkbrblgo Clilof,
he by Vermont lllaek Ilnuk, 0,
11. T. UnriolJ or Him Kinuchco, the
former owner of Marin, vnuehen, ihiu
out of Uihiy.fcx mares served by Mils
horse during hi last fckhoii in Cull,
fornin, ihlrly.flve proved wllh foal
CarriiiBH For Halo Cheap.
-l KKVV Oiitunibr (Jar.
.1. rlsKo JuH fbilnhed
nnd ImndMjfiicly tilinmcd
In Iln.t class myle; niiiM be imineiliidcly
sulil loclouo an asxlunmcnl, Applvlo
HAWAIIAN HUHI.N1WH AUkNOY,
Renowned for Tone and Ourabilily !
80,000 III Use "'"rf'K.""" jEslalillslicd iUl
ENDORSED BY THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS
Ci.aiia Louis)', lCy.ii.ofui, J
Iv.v IJ, MonowAHicr,
And Manv Owkuu.
V3J- iuro JJ0I.VI',lnlJCN'J, ja
HAWAIBAN NEWS CO.
ffj& (Jnll, or write for Ciilnlogue
Hole AisonlH for llm Hawnilnii Miuidw,
;m i in
b. i mm & co.
ni ... ii k mi i i
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In I III IH I ii
HKOUIVKI) I'HIl H. H, " Al'HTKAMA"
J.V OIIEA.T VAIHETV nl VEltY LOW I'IMOKW,
Dressmaking Department under llm mauntfomont of
rilWO Ffi'tein Olds inch detirco tltn.
X. ul Ion us a nurse or second work.
A! I. i.lll dim to me not raid by the
2bh of ihihinomh will be placed'
iu llio bunds ol u enlbctnr.
iloiio'uhi.AiiF. Ul, 18i0. :i2ltd
IIo;i('(piitrt(iiv, Honolulu IMflen, J
Honolulu, Aujr. 13, IffiO, J
1) ERGONS hnviiii; claims agaliitt the
'. Ilonolulti Itillcii, other tluiii tilth
as ihu (loverniiu'iit In llio linlut of
piiylng, kio nipiefciid to forwaid ilein.
1eil iiceounUo) bMiie lo Hie iiudeiMgnul
A. O. M. KORKltTHOX,
824 St Aeilng Adjimint,
"VfOTIOK Is heitby ulvcn to nil llion
x who look a hand In iiiiIUiik doun
tlieibi-titrdly nlKinpt of llio ilflili idto,
mid aetih-lcit in the inninicnnnec of law
and order, v.Iiohi names aru upoii Hie
MiiiBlml'ri llbt, thai tho i.iitn ol Ton (10;
Dollars will bu nalil lo all fiich hb will
e.ull on ihu iimlcrigiicd on or b fore lliu
20 h lust , on lahall of the Merchants of
Honolulu, an a slight recognition of the
.JOHN II. PATV,
IIoiioliilu, Aug. 10, 18liy. ',ti 7t
CoMfiga To Lot.
ANEW one t lory Cotbige
on upper pari of I.llliiu
B meet, coiualiihiK l rooms
nicely pajieied ami painted, bath room,
Idle en, nice lawn, (Inido liees, etc,
Will be rented reasonable to a kooiI ten
ant. HAWAIIAN' HUBI.NKSS AOENOV.
BTOIM3 TO LET
, a rtMlK Htoiu lately occupier
M JL by 15. (J. Howe, Way'i
iirfa lllnck, King strei t, at reason
able rental. Poweclnii it I veil at oiica
HAWAIIAN UUKINKHrJ AOKXOV.
LATE IJcJldcncc of
Mr. Fiank Brown,
Mr. James Love,
LATE Hclilence or
Mr, M, Green,
Jill Port street.
STORE, Etc , now occupied by
ft'r, Wolfe, roecr,
t- Apply lo
A. J. CAUTKIGIIT,
C0 tf Merchunt itreil.
''PlIE best remedy for
i womiili. ulcers.
galls, proud llchh and
hoick of I'Vfiy (Iciserlp-
iioii io puroonsoruiii-
nulls, Adojited by leading horse tail
road, club ami livery M.ibles, etc. hi
tho I'liilcd Males ami ('Im-nbeio. We
lire prepaicd to prove this statciueutby
testimonials and icfcienees to pliuileis
and liverymen in this Kingdom,
HAWAIIAN DHSINEsSS AGENCY,
THE WKITJNU IH IN PIA1N T(JHT, KVX TO THE I,AHT
No Tilting of CarrJngo to Coiiftumo Time Only 28 Koy
Full Cobo of 84 OharnctorB Intorclinngcnblo Typo
Keys that can bo Changed in 6 Soconde,
ALARGEiiesorluiPlilOf I hoogni)ihs
and Hiuruokcoplv Views of the
uun-taltiiiellve scenery, biiildhigi, el,
in lhe-u IkI.iiiiU, oi'Miht at leiKoimhle
HAWAHAX IUJblNESH AOKXOY,
Oonici' I'oit and Merchniit slrccle,
This iiiolhoil allows Ihu uso of anv lauttiiaio or lvbi of iv,m
Tho alignment of the (Jhaniiam. ) fftriipo?br to nny iHlmr lypo writer,
Typo- Sleeve SBHI 'Sm m
This cut reprcH'iiiH the Type Mm v prctiliiir lo (In r,AHA.rTVi'K VlTK,
It moves up nnd down and twills U llm dght nnd left lo reiei a immuioii
piiniiiig jiolnt, It coiiIiiIiih nil ihu letlcrsi'iipliuls, "Jovver mm," IIkiucm
and liuiicimitlon iimikc lo (ho number of clghlyfoiir chiirmlur, Ti
Typo Klcevo can ho imnovcd, and miollur, with an Hiliio chaiigo of typi,
Iiiwii led in Ihu machine in n few fcvcomls, Tho WIchvob can ho irmrtfuicil lit
number v) as to iueliide nil htjlcs of Idlers,
gjOf Hcnd for Ontalogiii's,
HAWAIIAN NEWS OO,.
202 W . . a.i)iHTtl Agcnlu for tin HmruiJuM Jilmiil,
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