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MONDAY, AUG. 10, 1889.
, o ARRIVALS.
Schr inl Wnhlne from Hauiukua
Sunr Knala from Kauni
Schr KaMol from Hawaii
Stun- Widulculu from Kauai
Hark V orot Queen If! diiys from S.m
Stun Lelum lor Hamakna and Hllo porta
H, - at,5 p in
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl at G p m
Stmr Llkellke for Maui at 5 p in
Bk J h Harway for Manila at 2 p tn
1 Stmr Waliiiiiimlo for Walauae and Wat-
gi alna at 9 a tn
Stmr J A Cunmiins for Koolau
d Htinr Jas Makce for Itapua nt K p m
Bk O X Wilcox for San tranoiseo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mlkuhala for Kauai at S p m
Stmr V G Hall for Luhnlna, Maalaea,
Koua. Ka and the Yoloauo at 19
o'clock a in
Stmr Kaala for Kauai at 4 p m
From Kauai, per Kaala, August 18
J Hair, Miss F ltankcu, J Ward and 8
From Hamakua, per stmr Iwnluiii,
Aug 18 G L Edwards, Mrs W Conradt,
anil 41 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Wnlalcale, Aug
18 -Mis C O Uergcr and 2 children,
Miss Payson, Mies M E Spooner, MUs
Miilone, Miss Snow, Miss Ah Sam, MUs
Hopping, M II Hopke. w.fc and child,
C A Peacock, II Myhre, C M Cooke, W
Groto, A Fayc, S K Kaco, Masters
Chamberlain and Widdilicld, and 41
From San Francisco, per bark Forest
Quceu, Aug 18 Dr Hull, T Forest, W
Ottniauu, Nellie Forest.
From Kahului for San Francisco, per
brig J I) Spieckels, August 13-rV
MclCay, Mr and Mrs Maqri.
From Ilamakua, per Lehua, Aug 17
C Ebinger, W II Lent, aud 0 deck.
Tho Iwalani brought 18G.- bags
August 18, the last of the crop
The Kaala brought 122G bags paddy
and 20 bags rice fr in Kauai Sunday.
'I he Waialculc brought Augu-t 18th
from Kauai, 897 b .gs sugar, 200 biga
rice, 610 bags paddy, 12 green hides, i
ARRIVALS AT SAN FRANCISCO:
July 27, bktne S G Wilder, 28 days
from Honolulu; 28th, Dora Blulim, 27
days from Mihukona; 31st, schr Twi
light, 21 days from Honolulu; August
2d, bktne John Woostcr, 33 days from
The brig Geo. II Douglass was to
leave Sin Francisco August Gtli for
The bktne Discovery arrived at I'ort
Townsend July 2Gth, 20 days from Ho
nolulu. . Tho Hawaiian bark James A King
left San Francisco July 27th for Pugct
Tho bark Forest Queen, Oapt J M C
"Winding, arrived Sunday, 1G days from
San Francisco and anchored otf port.
Pilot Mclntyre brought her in this
morning and she is docked at Brewer's
wharf. Cant Winding reports a pleasant
trip with light East wiuds. She brought
a cargo of gcueral merchandise con
signed to Messrs T II Davie & Co,
valued at $ 35,SG8. A cargo of sugur is
waiting for the Forcbt Queen.
The bark Amy Turner left Boston,
July 31st, for Honolulu.
The U S stmr Thet's arrived nt St
Michaels July 8th with the news of the
wreck of the whaling bark Little
Ohio. She was wrecked on 1'oint
Hope, October 3, 1888. Eight of the
crew were saved. The bark Ohio II was
wrecked on Numvak Juno 1st. All
bauds were saved; vessel u total loss.
The schr Edward E Webster was wreck
ed on the north side of Unga Is mid on
Juue 28th. All hands were saved; vessel
it total loss.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following aro booked to leavo
for tho States at tho office of Messr.
W. G. Irwin & Co. :
Pur RMS Zcalandia, August 24
C P Fmnklin, J S Odowda, Mrs R W
McCliesney and child, LMcChcsney,
A Fnye, J M Lydgate, Geo F Ronton
and wife, R W Wallace, wife nnd
child, H P Wood nnd wife, E Suhr,
II Focke, Rev I E Dwinell and wife,
C S Thomas, wito, -1 children and
nurse, Capt G F Smith. J D Schuyler
and wife, G F Allardt, Mr Parker
Jones, Geo 0 Buckley,
Per 8 S Australia, August 30th : II
F Wichman, Robert Lowers and wife,
Mrs if S Sachs, 11 Gunn, Mrs M
Evans, 2 children and maid, Rev Geo
Wallace, lion Chas Wall, wife and
ron, MisB Lowers, Hon C F Homer,
wife and nephow, Miss Kough,
II II Plemcr, A 1) TIiouiub, wife and
:i children, Mrs Col A G Ilawos, F K
Nichols, T R Walker, David Dowsctt,
Hon G N Wilcox, Mrs Lewis, Mrs E
Lowis, W Lowis, Miss M Lewis, Miss
Wok, Mrs C H Aloxandor and son,
E Lewis, Mr and Mrs A 8 Hurtwell,
8 children aud maid, A T Hartwell.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Five kanakas, a Portuguese and
an Irishman were fined $0 each for
Aii Hoon was fined $G0 and sen
tenced to ono hour's Imprisonment
at hard labor, for the unlawful pos
session oftopium. A nolle pros was
entered against three other Chinese
on the same charge.
Ho Fou and Kahoomahele were
charged with conspiracy and Keawc,
Makolo, Jim Kamakeo, Kamuha,
Lolieolo aud John Ilapa with riot
and unlawful assembly. They nil
waived examination and were com
mitted for trial to the Supremo
New York has constructed mpro
lmildlngs tho last half-year than over
before. There has been a veritable
building boom iu most of the large
A. wwn pi top hmtaBsbii
i. E. Staii.kr 1b no longor a prison
Mu. Justice Ilickciton
Chambers thin week.
Tm: Kinnu will bo duo Wednesday
morning from wintlwuid.
Fink largo watermelons can be lind
t tho California Fruit Market.
Ovr.R two hundred people were out
picnicking in Mnuox Valley, Sunday.
Likut. Ilobcib Parker lias been up
pointed Captain of the King's Guard.
The game of baseball next Satur
day will bo between tho Stars and
The latest shipping notes from San
Francisco will bo found in our ship
Mrs. Paul Jarreltdicd nt Waimoa,
Hawaii, last Thursday and was bur
ied on Saturday.
Tin: question to bo now answered
is, Who assisted Patrick Hayes in es
caping from Hie prison gang?
The bark C. I). Bryant, which loft
Honolulu June 20th, had not arrived
at San Francisco August 2d.
Tin: six days credit sale by Mr. J.
Fi Morgan at the store of II. Hack
fold it Co, umouutcd to Jf64,:i70.09.
Charley Bolabola, an opium fiend,
escaped from tho prison gang woik
ing in rear of the prison this morning.
Mr. Chns. J. Fishol of tho Leading
Millinery House will receive a largo
new stock of goods on tho Australia
duo next Friday.
Owino to extensive repairs and al
terations Mr. J. J. Williams will not
bo able to take any photograph!) at
his gallery until Friday.
The total number of commitments
to the Supreme Court arising out. of
tho insurrection is 01 to dale, divided
as follows: treason 8, conspiracy 19,
The funeral of the late'Mr. Andrew
Welch took place in San Francisco
July 30th. Two of the pallbearers
were Hon. Chas. It. Bishop aud Mr.
W. 11. Bailey.
Mr. Thomas, champion of the
Mutual in the insurance war, appears
to-day in the role of a pieacher. His
sermons aio commendable, at all
events, for their brevity.
Cai-t. J. M. C. Winding of the bark
Forest Queen has the best thanks of
the Bulletin for a file of late San
Rmncisco papers. We are also in
debted to Pilot Molnlyro for papers
of August 1st and 2d.
The James Makce sails at G o'clock
this evening, and the Kuala it i
o'clock to-morrow afternoon, both for
Kauai. They will return Friday
morning so as to connect with the
outgoing mail steamer.
The new cabinet organ recently
sent to the leper settlement by thu
Hawaiian News Company, was play
ed on for the first time at Kalaupnpa
Satuiday evening, August 10th. Mrs.
Kapoli officiated at the instrument
and a vocal concert followed.
Gauriel was arrested this after
noon stowed away on the steamer
Mokolii in the forecastle. He took
an active part in tho insurrection,
but skipped. Ho has been living in
tho mountains, coming into town at
nights. He is charged with treason.
J. Kanoa was also arrested on a simi
A wiialehoat arrived from Molo
kai on Saturday with a load of iisli.
The latter upon examination were
found to be bad and had to bo dump
ed in the sea outside of tho harbor.
The yacht Hawaii came along about
that time, and Luther Wilcox snys
that ho saw three largo sharks gob
bling up the dead fish.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Harmony Lodge No. 3 1. O. of O.
F. at 7 :30.
PATRICK HAYES ESCAPES.
On Saturday afternoon between
one and two o'clock 1'atriuk Hayes,
who was recently sentenced to two
years' imprisonment at hard labor
for bitinjj off Capt. Lursen'a ear,
made good his escape from the pri
son gang. lie was at work on Bc
retania street just beyond the Ice
Works with three other prisoners in
charge of lima Place. The latter
had particular instructions to watch
.Hayes. About the titno mentioned
Hayes asked permission of the luna
to go to a water closet attached to an
empty house tho other side of Col. Iau
kea's residence. Not returning within
the space of three or four minutes
Place went to the closet and found
Hayes had cleared out, leaving his
prison clothes. Word was at once
sent to the Station House and Mar
shal Sopcr issued a reward of S25
for the capture of Hayes and also
placed extra guards throughout the
city and suburbs. Police. Captain
Hopkins went out to the place.wher'o
Hayes escaped, and near the fence
on the street in tear of the eleset he
noticed marks showing that a hack
had been driven tip and turned
around. The Marshal has discharg
ed Place as luna. Up to the time f
going to press Hayes has not been
Kansas is now agitating thu ques
tion of resuhruittiug its prohibitory
9h HonrtlBln Went tli titttah.
riiohnM 19 to h.
The game on Saturday between
the llonolulus nnd Kaniclimnchag
drew out quite a large crowd of
spectators, and nt different points
wns quite interesting. W. Lucns
pitched a good game for the winners,
only three safe hits being made off
hitu by the Kamebamchns, and those
in the ninth innings. Harry Whit
ney played n line game at second.
Wodehouse's errors behind the hat
were due to s.orc bauds and illness.
Davis did not pitch his usual game
probably owing to the fact that
catcher Pahntt's hand was not quite
well. The latter however played
very well. Pakelc played badly at
first and so did Wise nt second. The
Kninehauichas were unable to inaku
n safe hit until the ninth innings.
In the first innings they madu four
runs before the ball was hit at all.
The gaino opened with Wodchottso
at the plate, for tho llonolulus. lie
hit down to first aud Pakele's slow
work gave him the haBu, moved to
second on a passed ball, to third ou
Lucas' out at first, crossing the plate
aided by Whitney's base hit. G.
Lucas retired at first from a hit to
Davis. Whitney hit to center for
one bag, stole second and third and
tallied on a wild pitch. Fredonbcrg
fliml to Makuimoku and Parker was
put out at first from Davis. The
Ivamehamchag scored four times.
Davis took his base on balls, and
then went round to the plate on
passed balls. A. Lawelawe fanned
three times. .Wise got first safuly
on Wodehouse's muff of t! ird
strike, stole second aud third
and crossed the plate on Wodehouse's
failing to hold the ball thrown from
third. Pnhau struck out. Pakrle
was hit by a pitched ball, stole
second and third and home on
Fredenberg's error at third. M.
Lawelnwe got his first after three
strikes, stole second, third on a wild
throw by W. Lucas, scoring on a
passed ball. Makuimoku ended the
innings by going out at first on a hit
Second innings A. Lucas struck
out and Oat flied to Makaimoku.
Thrum made a very respectable fust
appearance on the diamond, for the
very first ball he got he rapped a
bingle to right field, stole second,
and scored on a wild throw by Ma
kaimoku. W. Lucas hit to Makai
moku who threw wild, Wodohouse
made a single to left field, but G.
Lucas put an end to the innings by
following his brother Albert's exam
ple and fanning. For the - Ka
meliamehas Joseph took his base
on balls, stole second, third on
Wodehouse's error aiid home on
Davis' out at first. Spencer struck
out, Davis returned nt first and A.
Lawelawe foul flied.
Third innings Whitucy flied to
Spencer, Frcdenberg after making a
single to left field was put out while
attempting to steal second, and
Parker flied to Davis. Wise was
thrown out at first by Whitney, Pa
hau Hied to Parker and Pakele
Fourth innings A. Lucas died at
first from Wise. Oat hit a single to
left field which M. Lawelawe fum
bled and he got to second but was
left there Thrum, aud Lucas both
striking out. The Kamehamchas
retired quickly, M. Lawelawe nnd
Makaimoku on strikes, a foul lly
The llonolulus added two runs to
their score iu the fifth. Wodehouse
hit safe to right field, stole second,
reached third on G. Lucas, out at
first, home on Pakele's error. Whit
ney hit to short which Pakele fum
bled, stole second, was given third
on a balk, scoring after Freden
berg's fly had been caught by
Spencer. Parker foul Hied. Spencer
was retired at first by G, Lucas,
Davis funned the air three times ami
A. Lawelawe died at first by Whit
ney. In the sixth, A. Lucas hit back
rather high to Davis who put up his
right liaud nnd caught the ball in
line style, Out was out at first from
Davis, Thrum striking out. Wise
struck out and Pnhau and Pakele
were both retired at first by Whit
ney. Seventh innings After W. Lucas
had struck out, Wodehouse got to
first on a missed third strike, stole
second, and was assisted to the
homo plato ou hits by G. Lucas and
Whitney. G. Lucas made a
single to right field nnd stole second.
Whitney rapped a single to left field
sending G Lucas home, but Frc
denberg aud Parker ended the in
nings by failing to reach thu first
bag. M. Lawelawe got to first on
G. Lucas' fumble, but was put out
trying to stonl second. Makaimoku
struck out and Joseph filed to Fre
dcnberg. The eighth innings was short. A.
Lucas flied to Davis and Oat and
Thrum struck out. Spencer fanned,
Davis foul Hied to W. Lucas and A.
Lawelawe flied to another Lucas
In tho ninth W. Lucas wns safe
at first on Joseph's fumble, stole
second anil third baga. Wodehouse
hit to Wise who fumbled, Lucas
crossing the plate. G. Lucas took
a base on a fumble by Pakele.
Whitney made a nice hit to center,
Wodehouse and G. Lucas both scor
ing, Fredenberg got iu a single on
which Whitney scored. Parker filed
out, A. Lucas hit safely to- right
field tending Fredenberg "hpnie. Oat
struck out and Thrum died at first.
Tho Kainolminuhas commenced their
last innings requiring hovcii runs to
umhlo, Pnhftn, bit
safely to right Hold
hit to eentre 9cnt hotne Wiie, M.
Lawelawe got a single to right field,
Paliati flooring. Pakele was put out
trying to reach home, Makaimoku
grit in a hit to left ou which M,
Lawelawe tallied. Joseph nuntout
on a ful fly and Spencer ou strike?.
Following is the score:
NAMKg. T. 11. H It. O. A. K.
Woilcliouw, u fi 4 2 la i :i
l.ueasG., ss ' J 1 0 11
Whitney, aii 5 3 It 1 u o
Fredenberg, :ib. .. 3 1 '- 1 a a
Parker, lb 5 0 0 10 0 0
Lucas A.,r.t 5 0 1 10 0
Oat,c.f.. ..'....:... r 0 1 0 00
Thrum, l.f fill 0 0 0
Lucis, V, p 4 10 1 12 1
..4112 11 27 2.-i
XAMKt. T. It. B.H. O. A. K.
Davis, i ' : 1 "0 I 11 0
Lawelawe, A. r.f.. 4 0 0 0 0 0
Wise, 2h I 2 0 1 2 2
Pahau, c 4 11 II 2 2
Pakele, tb .1 1 1 3 a
Lawelawe, M. l.f.. 4 2 1 0 0 1
Makaimoku, ss ... 4 0 0 2 11
Joseph, b 3 10 0 0 1
Spencer, of 10 0 2 0 0
..33 8 S
By Innings 1 2 34 50780
Kamehamcha t I 000 0 00 a-8
Honolulu 21002020 512
Karncd inns Honolulu 3, Kameha
Double plays Wodehouse and Whit
ney. Bases on balls By Lucas W. 2.
Hit by pitcher By Lucas W. 1.
Struck out By Lucas 12, by Davit, 0.
I'j-'sed balls Bv Wodehouse 3, by
Wild pitches By Davis 1.
Umpire W. E. Wall.
HAWAII BASEBALL LEAGUE.
Following is the standing of the
clubs up to Saturday, August 17 :
Won. Lost. Pi.ayrd
silo at the California
Market, llotintnia Swet
rations, 50 to 100 poumU wriglil.
rrRY McCarthy's Cider.
Uidjr nt McCarthy's.
M. Thompson, author of the Dig st
of the Laws of the Dlstiietof Columbia,
and author of Treatises on Divorce and
Equity, also author of a Digest of Ha
waiian Supreme Court Decisions (in
preparation), and Counselor olllue,
corner Foit aud Merchant streets, Ho
nolulu, II. L having discontinued prac
tice in Court will give Ids views and
opinions Iu wiitinjr, together with writ
ten statements of law and judicial de
cisions, applicable to questions of law
and facts submiitcd to him: and will
prepare legal documents. 2td ltw
ABUNCtl of Keys on Fort street,
between II. Hankfeld &. Co. and
Lowers &, Cooke. Kelurn to this office.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of tliu Olo
walu Company hold August 12th,
the following gentlemen were duly
elected to serve as offlcors for the ensu.
President Wm. G. Irwin,
Vice-President... Win. H. Cornwell,
Secretary & Auditor... C. O. Merger,
Treasurer Win. M.Oiffard.
O. O. IJEROEH,
SJ" fit Secretary Olowalu Co.
AQUAHTEKLY meeting of the Ilurd
of Trusties of the Queen'" Hos.
pltal will lie held ou SATUUDAY, tho
7ih September, 18c0. at 10 o'clock a. m ,
ut the Hooms of the Cluunher of Com
merce. HuMucss of importation Amend,
meut of the Ily.I.Hws. Per order.
F. A. SCHAEFEIt,
OFFICE TO LET
OVEIt Lovejoy & Cn.'g store.
Apply en pri'inisf'8. No.
10 Nnuuiin htrro :)20 Iw
FOR SALE or LEASE
TJfOUSK and Premises at
contain three Urco and two
imall lo.uns and hall ami a larf;e utile.
Cottage with tnreo rooms on the pre.
iiiIbcs; cook and batli.hnusu. Htubhi
with three stalls and carrlago lio'ise;
shade and fruit trees mi thn promises.
Apply to J. M. MONSAIUCAT,"
Carfn right'? Illoi-k, Meidum tit.
Notico to Shippers.
fTPON completion vt Uy.
, U ing of the Hawaiian
l'rtclllc uauie on or annul
Aueusl 'Jin, tue At uupper
8cliooiier "O. 11. Tunper," Captain C. J.
Kolley, 100 tons, will ho open forchniter
for any American or llritiuh Columbian
pott, or will return direct to Victoria,
II. C. For freight and ptsstge apply t
K O. Hall & Bon, Honniuln, II. I.
UAKTHOLOMEW & UAKF.lt.
FOR SALE at AUCTION S
ur j. f. noiiiiAX.
On HA.a,TJItlAvY, A-tlB. 31th,
At 12 o'clock noon,,
4 i H IIiiwhUuu Cavriufirfi &
i a?S Nuddlu Horse.- tlw
Sffl i. KM
REPLY OF THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Advertisement of the Mutua! Life in Daily Bulletin Aug. 12, 1889.
It was not the intcntioH of tills Agency to intrude upon the public again, but the remarkable prj luctlon of
Mutual Lif-'s traveling Agent necessitates' a final rrply. The invitation to enter into"1 a dUctistnri upon tu
merits or domcrits of these respective Companies, n discussion so extensive in its range as to IncliJe even a
criticism of the character and ability of the managers, this Agency respectfully and firmly declines. PjrftonalUlo
nnd recriminations are not arguments and will not be indulged lnfrom this Office. With such signal advantage
in favor of his Company, one wnnderd why this gentleman should pause to seek a quarrel here. Why not fly to '
the business centers of either Chicago or Xew York and make his sweeping challenge there, in the State of New
York, the home of both of these Companies, the record was as follows:
New Business iu 1888, Equitable 23,802,C12 00
Now Business in 1888, Mutual . 12,657,2oC 00
NeW York insurance Report 18S9.
Perhaps if the Mutual's claims lo public patronage could he as clearly shown there in the same chaste nnd
elegant style which lias been adopted Iutc, the verdict"of NTev York might go with that Company next year.
Without dwelling upon thu Mutual's record in thu past which has been in the main a good one, its prtsent
standing, and its prospects for the Future are the points that a prudent business man would inquire into.
Comparisons of the present standing of these companies have already been- tnade-by me, not with figures of
my own, but from statistics furnished by Insurance Kcports, Companies' Statements and" other data sent to ma
from the Homo Ollices of the Kquitahlo.
These figures 1 contend me entitled to as much credence as any figures furnished in like manner by the
Mutual Lif" to its representatives here. To show clearly, the natural trend of these Companies towards the
future I beg to submit the following comparisons covering a period of the past five years.
Dividends lo Policy Holders in 188 1
" " " " 1885
" " " " " 188(5
" " " " 1887 : 2,051,18:. 00
" " " "1888.... '.. 2,151,810 00
- - ' . Or a decrease in
dividends in the
-.-., year 1888 as
1884 or 3989,
.' 321 00.
Increase m AsieU
Total increase of Assets in 4 years.
Surplus gain or loss in 1881
" " "
" " "
" " "
lhc minus sign ( ) indicated
Whenever a Company allows its surplus to become so depleted that a dead lois for the year is shown in
stead of a gain it points to reckless financial management and ultimate ruin.
It should be remembered that Hit Mutual is' doing almost entirely a Tontine business now under the name
of "Distribution" Policies, and although it adopted this method of Insurance as far back ai 188 ( not ou dollar
of surplus has as yet been apportioned thereon.
With its scant general surplus the prospects of good future dividends is certainly not encouraging.
Comparisons of Increase in Premium Income, Increase in Total Income, New Business, etc., etc., might lie
made in like manner as the above, and with like results, but the above seem suflloient to forecast the future.
That the Equitable in its 80th year should have met nnd passed a Company which had hitherto been all
conquering, a Company which had had its. own way for 10 years before the. Equitable was born, is quite suffi
cient to nccount for the jealousy displayed by the 'MutuaFs representative. "
1 simply refer to the Equitable liecord as an authority ami claim that it is entitled to as much considera
tion as the Weekly Statement, a paper issued in the interests of the Mutual Life and which has been iu circula
tion here for many years.
With these remarks I close the controversy as far as I am concerned, and poitively and flatly refuse to in
dulge hereafter iu a discussion which on the one side seems to have developed into bitter personalitie instead of
open manly argument'.
There are no Seams
4"Thore aro NO LOOSE UIVKTS cnitbcd by the fonlimul o.vp.tininn
nnd contractions of tho plate, tho bofloiu pitwniiug SAlOt) I'll, EVEN
surfucu which can bo iMiiuly cleaned.
THE FOLI.OWlXd SIZES KEPT CoXSTANTEY IX STOOK'i
00 iucliCH diameter by 1G foot length
48 iiiclics diameter by 10 feot length
Risdon Iron &
J0 For particubre, apply to
S27 2m JOHN DYER,
e Assurance Society,
THE UNITED STATEP,
S3, 1 1 1,1 (M 00
. 5.032,789 00
1880 . 339,881
188S '. 1,745,075
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent Equitable Life Assurance Society for the Hawaiian Islands.
M101IUUII i A
,r- .5 -3
a to g
I" tM J-
u 2 a
2 2 a
in the Fire to Leak
diamutcr by 10 feet length
diameter by 14 foci length
SAX FUANCISCJ), CAL.
ttouni :. Hpivckpto' UtocK, I
nuiioiuiu, ir. i. I
Or an increase
iu dividends iu
thu year 188K
with 1884 or
S52G.518 00. ,
, 957, 085
Company's Pocktt Tnlex or 1S39.
NEW Wilcox & Whiu Parlor
Oran nilh eight atop. Suitable
sellout or church, A Sue iustru.
ment. Apply at 57 I'uncbbowl street,
opposite N. P. MNnlnii iDstilute. 273 tf
ALL persons ure hereby str'ctly for.
hidden I'tom (lulling or otherwise
trcspaRii'g on tho sea U-htry of KuiU
wai, oft Diamond II mil.
II. F. IlKKTELMAXX.
Honolulu, Aug. 15, 13S9. Mi Iw
AX, hills duo tn mo not paid by thn
JMih'uf this month will b: jiUced
in tho huds:uf a collector
Honolulu, An?, in, ll"Kt. :t3i td
ITIURXHHED Kooms to let.
southwest corner, of
Punchbowl ami IlerHaniu
btrri-U, would bo very convenient for!
smull f nm lly. ;G8 Cm
3C01TAOK8 and Premincs
ou KniuiA street, at a re-i-onrili!i'
tlu'iirc. Apply tn
J. M. MONHAIUIAT,
Cnrtwritiht'h IJIooU. Merchant dt.
Stable & Pastutajre To Let.
EXCELLENT Swbles con
mining 13 Stalls, Cottage
und 7 acres Pun ure Laud, on
pouin Bireei, near lung, formerly occu.
pled by Mr. White, proprietor of the
! Pulama Bus. To lei on very moderte
! terms. Apply tn
jr. k. imovrN & co.,
'iM tf SS Merehuut street.
XJ tCt. Reimontchndtftr,
LATE Hcsldence of
Mr. Frank Brown,
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LATE Hesidenc'c of
Mr. M. Oretn,
i 219 Fort street.
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O Mr, Wold, Urocsr,
! Hint; street.
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