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TUESDAY, AUG. 20, 1889.
Stmr nulimnalo from Walnltfa and
A tlR 20
Stmr jMlknhala forlCaunt :it 5 p m
ytmr W G Hull for Luhnhin, Mualuca,
Konn, Ka i and thu Volcano ut 10
o'clock a in
Rtmr Kaala for Kauai at 4 p m
Ilk J L Hiuway for Manila
For Maul, per stmr Like-like, Aug 1!)
VT Murrlat, MrsGL Desha nud ehil
ihen, Mrs Chamberlain, W J I.owilc,
Tlios Cuinmlngs and child, 11 I'citv.
Mrs Von Grauvciitneyer, Mm It W
Lalnc and son, Mrs 1 O Taylor, Mrs
Kannca, Master Clius Hyde, F L Win
ter, Miss FIom. Glailc, Miss lara Gludc,
.Tames Shaw, and about 50 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr .las Mukeo, Aug
10 i: Llndciniiun, ,T D King, V it
King, .1 E (Jiuiiiuiiigs, and about !lfj
l'or YV G Hall. August 20-For the
Volcano: Misa Giau, Miss AifhaRcn,
Capt Campbell. For wav poits: Dr
Oilier and wife, Father Jluntt, Ms
Itrand and child, Robt Amain, C E
Thompson, Misses Haley (2), Mis M
Lcc, 11 Long and wife, and about 50
The RiItMi bail, Jas L Harway, Capt
Giant, tailed out of the liaibor about
eleven o'clock this moinlng with 10,000
cases of kerosene oil hi U'insit fioin
The German bark G X Wilcox, Uapt
W Hasch, took to San FraneUeo August
10th, 14.910 bags sugar, 300 bags rice,
and OS ban els of molasses, valued at
SECRET POLITICAL SOCIETY.
Discovery or Organization In Ha
A short time since it got rumored
Around the district of Ilaraakua,
Hawaii, that secret meetings were
heing held by a number of natives.
Under orders from Deputy Sheriff
Lyman, police officer Thomas, on
learning there was to be a meeting
at Waipio, went to that place. He
entered the room and demanded the
hooka and papers from the secretary.
In tho books were found a number
of certificates, and it was found
there were 01 members. There was
a committee, names unknown, and
the members sworn to fulfil any
order whatever issued by this com
mittee. Letters have been received
and, also enough information to show
that J. K. Kaunamano was at the
head of the affair. The preamble
compelled all members and candi
dates for the elections if elected to
do anything the committee desired.
It was also found that a similar
organization existed at Kaala in that
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,1. O.
Diill Co. B Honolulu Rifles, at
In the Police Court this morning
Kahalewai, late Captain of the
Household Guards, was brought up
on a charge of treason. Mr. F. M.
Hatch appeared for the prosecution
and stated that from instructions
from the Attorney-General he asked
that a nolle prosequi be entered
against the defendant. The evi
dence was not strong enough to hold
tho uefendant. Thu Court entered
a nolle pros and discharged Kahale
wai. Paul Neumann appeared for
AN INTERESTING- SAMOAN.
Mrs. Lnulii Willis, the Samonn
wife of A. A. Willis, an absconding
contractor from San Francisco sup
posed to be in these islands, has
gone East as caretaker and inter
preter to the Samoan troupe of
dancers lately here. The showman
had sent the chief of 'the baud back
to Samoa, on account of his mordi
nate fondness for whisky, upon
which tho men mutinied and Mrs.
Willis was employed to pacify them,
Succeeding in this as no one else
could, and being without funds to
join her husband as he desired in
Australia, she accepted the regular
engagement above noted. The San
Francisco Chronicle says Mrs. Laulii
Willis is well-educated, ladyliko,
and is the authoress of an interest
ing book on "Laulii, a Daughter of
ON silo at tho Cnlirorula Fruit
Market, Mountain Sweet Water,
melons), 60 lo 100 pounds weight 32) li
TRY McCarthy's Older.
MOTT'S Cider Rt McCarthy'd.
Co-pur tnorslilp Notice.
TUB undersigned havo this day
formed a co-partner-hip under thu
Aim name and stylu or Luwis & White,
for tho carrying on of a General Utisl.
ncsa Agency. D H. LEWIS,
O. M. WHITE.
Honolulu, Aug 10, 13-0. 3S0 lw
A HUNCH ot Ki) on Fortstreot.
between II. Hwfcfold & Co and
LetuT ii Cools n. Kttiiin to till otllce.
wm & mrm mh
. A tWHrtMiMltff Hellas apputu
Try one of the City itent Market's
bologna sausages and be happy.
The Hawaiian Caniago Manu
facturing Co. havo bliickbinith coal
On August 2Glh, Mr. .7. P. Morgan
will sell thu residence of Mr. Clms.
Wall on Liliha street.
Tin: "Unllelin Weekly Summary"
is out to-day with a complete lcsumc
of local and island news.
The steamer Waiulealo lino been
laid up for repairs and an overhaul
ing. Her decks are to bo caulked.
Thrkr sailors who deserted from
the baik Jus. L. Harway were taken
on board this morning by tho police,
Capt. Campbell of the Wuialealc
left on the W. G. Hall this morning
for a trip to tho Volcano for tho bene
fit of his health.
There will be a baseball game
played on tho leaguo grounds on
Thumhiv the 22d, between tho teams
of tho U. S. S. "Xipsio" and "Alert."
Gumc called at 2:30 p. m. sharp.
Tmk embroideries and luces at N.
S. Sachs' store arc attracting a great
deal of attention, and no reason why
they should not, considering the im
menso assortment and low prices.
Miss Birch Fanning will open her
kindergarten school Monday, Sept
ember 2d, at No. 182 King street.
Application for admission should be
made at once to Miss Fanning at
that address, and idic will bo pleased
to show samples of work.
Charley BoUbola, the prisoner
who escaped from the gang Monday
morning, was eaptuied this morning
by Police Officer Kainana, near the
Mormon church hiding in a banana
patch. He was taken to the Station
House and safely locked up.
The tug Elou with the cable
schooner C. II. Tnppcr came into
port this afternoon, the Utter anchor
ing in tho stream. Owing to heavy
weather it was found impossible to
commence the laying of the cable
between this island and Molokai.
Messrs. Lewis fe White have a
card elsewhere specifying some of
the branches of agency and cluneal
work they aro ns a fum prcpaied to
undertake. They are both known to
the business public" as well qualilicd
to do all and more than tlicy profess.
The Honolulu Iron Works are
vciy busy at tho present time filling
oidurs. This morning they shipped
by tho W. G. Hall a smokestack and
moil tij us to Pahal.i for tho Hawaiian
Agiicultural Company, and yesterday
the Lebua took two big boilers to
On the last trip of the King street
trnnicnr last cveuins, one of the
horses attached kicked over the dash
board, striking driver McDonald's
hand, breaking two bones, lie was'
attended by Dr. Trousseau and is
doing well, but it will be some time
before he is able to diivc again.
Mrs. J. T. White has taken charge
uf the Waikiki br.uicli of the 11a
waii.tu Hotel. Ad she won a fine
reputation as a caterer while miattese,
respectively, of the White and E.iglc
houses, pations of the branch may
be congratulated in advance Upon
getting good faio and careful atten
tion. POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Kepa, HanakaUi and Kaukali,
three native hoys, were charged with
escaping from the Reformatory
School. As Hanakahi gave himself
up he was ordered lo be returned to
the school. Kepa, who had uin
away once before, was sentenced to
two months' imprisonment at hard
labor. Kaukali,whom Mr. Necdham
reported had been a good boy of
late, was sentenced lo ono month's
Young Wo pleaded guilty to hav
ing opium unlawfully in possession
and was fined 850 with one hour's
imprisonment at hard labor. A
nolle pros was entered against Ah
lling for a similar charge.
PICNIC TO PEARL HARBOR.
A large party of ladies and gen
tlemen went to Pearl liver harbor
this morning, some by way of sea,
others overlund. Tho occasion was
a picnic at thai place given by Mr.
P. C. Jones in honor of His Ex. II.
A. P. and Mrs. Carter and Mr.
P.irkcr Jones. The stem wheel
steamer Ewa left about nine o'clock
having on board Mr. and Mrs. P.
C. Jones, Rev. Dr. Dniucll and
wife, Mis. C. V. Ashford, Messrs.
J, D. Schuyler, G. F. Allardt, B.
F. Dillingham, Parker Jones, and
II. W. Severance, U. S. Consul
General ; Hon. W. F. Allen, Lieut.
Com, Lyons. U. S. S. Nipsic, Lieut.
Mooro U. S S. Alert, Mrs. S. C.
Allen and a few others. A large
party left about the same time over
land. Seveial yachts went down,
including thu Hawaii, with Hon.
Henry Watcrhouse, Their Excellen
cies L. A. Thuiston and C. W. Ash
ford on board, and the Spray, with
Commodore J. II, Paty, Justice
Dole, Mr. Tom May and otheis.
Tho Ilelene with Commodoro W. G,
Irwin and Mis. Irwin, Miss Spald
ing, Miss MuGrew, Master McGrew
and others left port for Pearl river
When the whole party arrived at
Pearl harbor, the steamer Ewa was
to take them around the lagoon and
tihow them the sights, Luucli was
to bo partaken of at thu residence
of Mr. C. A, Brown,
te'j'6 Ul-Uldfi tit il fcrffWOl'ftHHij'Ko
I'l&u i.6lntM oil 'luivej leicuda"
A private letter addressed to a gen
tleman in this city from an oluccr on
If. B. M. S. Cormorant was receiv
ed on the last Colonial steamer. It
is dated Rarotonga, June 13th, and
gives particulars of thu voyage of
the vessel up to that date.
The Coimoiant left Honolulu May
22d and touched at Palmyra Island
on Tuesday tho 28th. Hoisted thu
British flag and rued ii royal salute
of twenty-onu guns. Not a soul on
the island and no traces of late in
habitants. About 8 o'clock in the
moi ning the vessel nearly went on
the reef, the helxi as reversed just
iu time. The leadsman, port side,
gave 10 fathoms, and the starboard
man 2 fathoms. Divers were sent
down at the first opportunity to as
certain the damage done. They re
ported a little copper torn off the
From Palmyra proceeded to
Washington Island, hoisted the jack
and fired another salute of twenty
one guns. Sixty people were found
Hvinir on the island. Sailed for
Manning's Island, staying only a few
hours. Found everything satisfac
Arrived at Christmas Island June
1st at G a. in., and found a small
brigantine there trading, etc. Left
the same day for Jarvis Island,
which was found uninhabited. Hoist
ed the (lag and fired a royal salute
of twenty-one guns. While at an
chor hcic a ship passed under jury
mast bound for Honolulu.
Arrived at Raiotonga June 11th
at 7 a. m. Owing to heavy weather
had to lay outside. Coaled here.
Played a cricket match on the 12th
and got beaten. Play again on the
14th. Leave here on the cveniug of
the 14th. All wellon boaid.
The following particulars relating
lo the islands annexed as above
staled to the British Ci own will be
inteiesting. Some of Hie facts in
dicate a prior ownership to that
The first coacoanutoil from Wash
ington Island was brought here in
thu schooner Kitty Carlwiight by
Harry English, now watchman for
Wilder & Co. The agent was the
late Mr. McLean, father of the
Messrs. McLean of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co.
Mr. IJicknell of these Islands and
Mr. Gregg of Fanning' s Island arc
lUe owners of Washington Island,
and have been for tho last thirty
In 1855 the Ameiican Guano
Company took possession of Jarves
Island. In 1873 it was taken pos
session of by one Copcland for the
Jaives Island Guano Company, con
sisting of Messrs. F. S. Pratt, E.
P. Adams and others who worked it
out in three years. Three other
islands weic taken possession of at
the same time for that company.
Tho Theory that tho Karlh Has n
Marshal Wheeler is the author of
the new and startling theory or sci
ence that the earth has a third mo
tion. His theory, which is borne
out by all the traces on the surface
ol the earth and the wonder i9 that
it has never been advanced and
adopted before is that at certain
regular periods the earth reverses
it3 position, so that the equator be
comes the poles and the poles be
come the equator. At each of these,
turns the water is thrown over the
earth, and the nations and conti
nents disappear in the great oceans,
with only a few exceptions in cer
tain parts of the earth, while new
continents and new nations rise, in
the march of ages, where the oceans
of former periods rolled. The last
turn brought the continents that
now exist up out of the great waters,
and, at the next turn, where we now
live and where the great American
republic flourishes, the oceans will
again roll ; the great ice fields of
the poles will be thawed out and run
down over the land under the torrid
zone, and the present tropics will
become solid ice iu their new posi
tion at the poles, thus accounting
for the vast quantities of the re
mains of tropical animals and plants
found frozen up in Alaska and Si
beria, and tho traces of ice glaciers
in the torrid zone. Hu maintains
that the earth is not a temporary
body, but a permanent part of the
universe thai has always existed and
never will end, and has been washed
over and created anew at regular
periods throughout countless mil
lions of years, man and all its other
productions having been swept off,
leaving only hero and there enough
for seoil, and their locations chang
ed at each turn, and that this pio
cess will go on forever a new earth
washed clean and a new deal, at rcr
gular periods throughout, eternity.
Ho is collecting a vast array of facts
gathered from all climes, to prove
this theory, which he thinks is al
ready established by well-known
facts that cannot be explained In
any other way. ("Eugeiiu City
M.TIiompinu, author of tho Digest
of tho ,uwn of the DMilctot Columbia,
and author of TieutUeg on Divoicu and
ftjnlt)', uUo author of a Digest of Ha
waiian Htipi'tiiuu t'oiut lJuelsloiiB (in
pri'iiaiutlou), ami Counselor olllro
coiner I'oi t ami Merchant stiei-ts, Ho
nolulu, H. 1. having dlhctuitiiiiiud prac
tiuo in Court will glo his views and
opinions iu wilting, together with wilt
ten ttHteuiitntA of law and jwlk'lal lu-oi-loim,
upp'luablu to questions ul law
and faeti uh i.liturt to him: and will
prepare lejf.il doeumouU, 2td ltw-
AS this Is Jubltea i'cnf H tends to
make one look back and think
of the flight of time, and in this way
I mn reminded that I am one of the
veterans in the sale of your valua
ble and successful medicine. I
have sold it from the very first, and
liavd sent it into every country in
England and many parts of Scot
land. Well do 1 remember the
first circular you sent out some nine
or ten years ago. You had come to
England from America to introduce
Mother Scigcl's Curative Syrup,
and 1 was struck by a paragraph in
which you used theso words:
''Being a stranger in a strngc laud,
I do not wish the people to feel that
I want to take tho least advantage
over them. I feel that I have a
remedy that will cure disease, and
1 have so much confidence iu it that
I authorise my agents to refund the
money if people should say that
they have not benefitted by its use."
I felt at once that you would never
eay that unless the medicine had
merit, and I applied for the agency,
a step which I now look back upon
with pride and satisfaction.
Ever since that time I have found
it by far the best lemedy for Indi
gestion and Dyspepsia I have met
with, and I have sold thousands of
bottles. It has never failed in any
case where there were any of the
following symptoms: Nervous or
sick headache, sourness of the sto
mach, rising of the food a'ter eat
ing, a sense of fulness and heavi
ness, dizziness, bad breath, slime
aud mucus on the gums and teeth,
constipation, and yellowness of the
eyes and skin, dull and sleepy sen
sations, ringing in the ears, heart
burn, loss of appetite, and, in short,
wherever there are sicns that the
systems is clogged, and the blood is
out of order. Upon repeated in
quiries, coveiing a great variety of
ailments, my customers have always
answered, "I am better," or "1 am
perfectly well." What I have sel
dom or never seen before in the
case of any medicine is that people
tell each other of its virtues, and
those who have 'been cured say to
the suffering: "Go and get Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup, it will
make you well." Out of the hun
dreds of cures I will name one or
two that happen to come into ray
Two old gentlemen, whose names
they would not like me to give you,
had been martyrs to Indigestion
and Dyspepsia for many years.
They had tried all kinds of medi
cine without relief. One of them
was so bad he could not bear a
glass of ale. Both were advised to
use the Syrup and both recovered,
and were as hale and hearty as men
iu the prime of life.
A remarkable case is that of a
house painter named Jeffries, who
lived at Polish urst, in Kent. His
business obliged him to expose him
self a great deal to wind and weath
er, and he was seized with rheuma
tism, and his joints soon swelled up
with dropsy, and were very stiff
and painful. Nothing that the doc
tors could do seemed to reach the
seat of the tiouble. It so crippled
him that he could do hardly any
work, and for the whole of the win
ter of 1878 and '79, he had to give
up and take to his bed. He. had
been afflicted in this sorry way lor
three years, and was getting worn
out and discouraged. Besides, he
had spent over 'i for what he
called "doctor's stuff" without the
least benefit. In the Spring he
heard of what Mother Seigel's Cura
tive Syrup has done for others and
bought a 2s. Gd. bottle of me. In
a few days he sent me word he was
much better before he had finished
the bottle. He then sent to me for
a 4s. Gd. bottle, and as I was going
that way I carried it down to him
myself. On getting to his house
what waB my astonishment and sur.
prise to find him out in the gardeu
weeding an onion bed. I could
hardly believe my own eyes, aud
"Yom ought not to be out here,
man, it may bo the death of you,
after being laid up all winter with
rheumatism and dropsy."
His reply was: "There js no
danger. The weather is fine, and
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup has
done for me in a few days what the
doctors could not do in three years.
I think I shall get well now."
Ho kept on with the Syrup, and
in three weeks he was at work again
and has had no return of the trou
ble for now nearly ten years. Any
medicine that can do this should be
known all over the world.
(Signed) Ruit.ht Graham,
Of Graham & Son.
Holloway Houho, Sunbury,
Juuc 25th, 1887.
The above wonderful euro of
Rheumatism was the result of the
remarkable power of Mother Seigel's
Curative Syrup to cleanse the blood
of the poisonous humours that aiUu
from Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
' ' '... ...i
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho annual moDtliifr of Ho Olo.
wain Company held Align I 12th,
the following gentlemen were duly
elected to serve as officers for thu cubu
Ingycar: I'rculdent.... , Win, G, Irwin,
Viro Preddenl. .Win, II, Cornwell,
Kicio ury fi AudPrr.. .('. O, Rcrger,
Treahiirer .....Win. M.Oitrrd.
0. O. HERGKR,
89 Ot Becretaiy Olowalu Co.
h c H R
$r IT STANDS -a
EEfew York Goes Equitable by a Large Majority.
No better example of the estimation in which this great Company is
pjiraliyo statement of the business done by itself and its chief competitors
.in itew ion; a man can
and has mo
'i aviiui.nu ui iui luniuub in iiiuL'inir Liii-ir rusnecnvu nier l uin nvn
Now York durinir the vcar 1888 the T!nii!tnhln wrote n bimVi-mr
its Two Laraest Convoctitors Combined. In the Stntn of
wrote i SI, 808,101 more Insurance than the aggregate of its Two Largest Competitors Taken Together
It did the a. arrest Business in the United States, as well ns in the "World" at a time when all Companies
cic airnui ng every nerve to pass it
lhc reason why this univcisal veidicl goes with the Equitablo is on
i."KWU "J WUCJ HUM .ICMI
Plans and tho Promptness an
Policies hac been and are being cs
x ne primary oiiject of L,ife Insurance is to provide ready moncv against death. No Company can approach
leEptaUii record for piomptncss in this regard. The Now Policy of the Eduitable jut out is
CJiKe a bank draft) a simple promise to pay and is without conditions on its back.
JBSTFor full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT.
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BLACKSMITH COAL !
The Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co.
3IAYK JWKT RKCKIVKU
100 Tons of Blacksmith Goal.
l.,,, .1, ,.,... ....,...., ........... !
sJIIMSii U&6I Si oliuilUUil a
Thera are no Seams
rth hjj w-l IWjjBBy J. . V H-wnil UnvB1BHLfcv w r
giThoio arc NO LOOSH RIVET.S caused by tho continual expansion
and contmotioiis uf tho plalo, the bottom piceoiuiiig a SMOOTH, KVEX
surfaco which can ho easily cleaned.
Till, FOLLOWING SIZES KEl'T CONSTANTLY IN STOCK:
inohcf diameter by
inoho dimnutor by
Hi feet length
10 feet length
Eisdon Iron &
&W For pniticul.i, apply to
lORT HTXirai3't HONOLULU.
THE UNITED STATES.
get 1113 liiiorinution direct
Fairness of itB Business Methods. As the Pioneer in relormnsits
iZ CXtl'llsivelv imitated bv nthiin. .i tnnt iriuc.t'iil trtltntn In tli.Ir .nnrit
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General Agent Equitable Life Assurance
W i .
in the Eire to Leak
I 51 inches diamoter by lfi feet length
li iiiehcM, diamoter by 1 1 feet length
RAN FRANCISCO, f'AL.
-Tr,vaano vwuj .vi
john dyer, """"' !i.?,v,ij;v;.'.-;r: .?IocU- i
paints oil,' Varnishes,
Tu'-psn'iriP, Eto, Etc.
AGENTS FOR THE
Revere Rubber Co. Boston,
VI I. QUALITIES OF
RnbU v & WiH Boiifl Hmn.
( M and
During tho Year 1888,
Funds on Hand
Doo. 31, 1888, for
held, cbii be given, than by a
in their common home, the c
Home Ofllce'of the lurgest companies,
acre else. As a result In tliO
amount of new business than was
TJow Vnrlr the TPmiitnWn
account of the PoTjularitv of itn
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Society for the Hawsiian Itlaude.
AQL'AHTERI.Y mcuinir of die Hoard
of Trustees of thr Qoren'i Hos
pital will be held on SATURDAY, the
7lh September, 18S9. at iu o'clock a. u ,
at the ltooms of the Cliiulber of Com
merce lhisiness of importnurv Aineml
ment of the Uy-Lsws. Per nMi-r.
F. A. SC11AEFER.
320 lm becretnry.
A NEW Wilcox & Wblto Parlor.
ilL Organ -with eight Hlop' SultaMo
for tcliool or church. A line innru.
menu Appiv at HI Punchbowl htrect,
opposite JS. 1. MUMou Institute. 273 tf
A LLporeonB aro hircby Htrlctly for
V bidden from llshinj; or othcrwtt
trespassing on the sea fliherr of Knabi.
wai, oil Diamond Moid.
H. I". KKUTELMANW.
Honolulu, Aug. IS, 1SS0. 3J-t lw
A I.I, bills due to me not paid bv tb
t. 21lh of this month will be plnccd
In tho lmniln of u collector.
Honolulu, An?. 13, 1839. 321 td
OFFICE TO LET
i VER Lovcjny & Co.1 store.
KJ Applv in prvraiMMi No.
lf XmiHiiu Mn I'.'.
w-a TnUHXISHKD Rooms to lei.
S?" - southwefl corner of
XS6 Punchbowl mnl HetetinU
slreelK, would be very convenient for a
fimall family. 2o6 dm
3COJTAOKS mid Premises
on I mtua Htrect, at a rea
von'lbb' fltrnrrt. Annlv lo
.1. M. MOXSARRAT,
t'ariwrigui'b Hloek. MirUunit dt.
Sisibles & Pusturngu To Let.
JH&Al T?X(J1;LI,KNT Stibles cou
jftf&iW Jii taliiiujj i:i Stnllx. CoV.
Bgygfrtt i,il 7 feres I'.iMurc I,ml, on
fcxiuiti otreet, nonr King, formcily occu
pied by Mr. While, proprietor of ilia
Pnlnina Dui. To let on very moderate
lei ms. Apply in
J. E. HROWX A. CO.,
353 tf 23 Merchant itreet.
FOR SALE or LEASE
ii uumk ami I'rt-mlie at
I wtltii, Honolulu Hduxu
contalm three Nre ud two
diniil I looms and hull and a lurpe attic.
Cottage wirti three rooms oil the pre.
niisi'8; cook niirl Inth.house. Stsble,
witli three ptnllj nml carriaee Louie:
shiide and fruit trcen on the preniUes,
Apply to "J. M. MONSARRAT, '
O.irtwrlfe'ht1." Hlook, Merchant rJt.
Mr. RelmonichnilJer, '
Emma it reel. 'v
ATE Resideuce of
Mr. Frank Drown.
XX Mr. Jitmet Love,
T ATK Rcldence of KlnS '
JU Mr. M. Green,
210 Fort atretl.
QTORE, Etc, now occupied by
O Mr. Wolf, Grocer,
t& Apply to
. A. J. OAKTWKIGUT,
SOU tf Marcbunt alraaU
JTotlco to Sliipjiers.
TTI'ON comnletlin of lav.
f U ing of the lianaiian
r-iclQe Cable on or about
AUL'Uft O.h. the Al Ctinner
fcliobner "U II, Tnnptr," Cupuln C.J.
Kelley, 100 toim, will liuopeo for charter
for any American or UrllUb Colunl)lau
ixi't. or will return direct to Victorja,
li C Knr freight and passage apply I
E O. Hall A Sin. Honolulu, U I.. '
llARI'HOIIMKSV 3C BAJtKR.