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TIIUIISDAY, AUG. 22, 1889.
Schr Kitb Hoy frmu Koolmi
S?Unr J A Cuiinnins fiom Kdol.iu
, ni DEPARTURES.
Stmr Wahiiana'o for Wiiliutnc nud Wal-
Stmr Tele nt 10 si in, for U putl !u
IConti ni ul llonuapo
Sehr Iiaiilihm for lfotdau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr KInnw for Hllo nnd way ports at
a 1) in
Stmr U K BtMiop for Walnnac, Watnlua
nnd Koolmi at 9 a m
Sehr Ka Mol for Knmil
1IYMAX In Honolulu, Aug. 22, to tho
wife of M. llytunn, a son.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Iuihamanu, Mahoe and Kanaluna
had each to pay SO for drunkenness.
John Ilanalcahi was sentenced to
one month's imprisonment at hard
labor for escaping from the Reform
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
BKFOltU DOLE, J.
TllUKSDAV, Aug. 22.
Bankruptcy of Harry Cannon.
Proof of claims and election of as
signee. Five claims amounting to
81,75-1.22 aie proved, and V. K.
Foster declined elected assignee to
act under 51,000 bond.
UJflAL ft Q8HER&L HEWS. '
lf4iHC wa vary dull nil over
Tin: Australia will bring nine-Icon
days' Unier inail.
Dli. A. A. Cm let- is nbnut In
ineiu'i' piueticc in Honolulu.
A i.mx'Rition is lieiiiKlmlil on boiud
the U. S. S. Nipdo this nftcrnoon.
A numiick of white men have re
cently been added to the police force.
Tn p. Kwnug Hip Umg Co. have a
notice of change in inuiiae,ini p.ul-nci.
SiM'B yesterday the dips on the
Betetnnia street lino me made in
Among inipoitant m rivals by tho
Australia will bo fresh oysteis to the
Beaver lunch saloon.
of new teachers arc
by tho Jloard of
'Education from tho CouBt
TIo.v. Chas, R. Bishop has present
ed $1,000 for the aid of the North Pa
cific Theological Institute.
The house of T. IT. Buies & Co.
has a basoball nine. Hero's a chance
for the Pacific Hardware Co.'s nine.
Tun Oceanic Company's i-tcntnship
Austtalia is duo at noon to-morrow
from Hnn Fianciseo with dates to
A special meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21, F. and A. M., will be
held this evening for work in the
-A VISIT to ?i!B BABV
A VISITOR WANTED.
A Sacramento despatch of Jul
31st to the San Francisco Examiner
"Extradition papers for Richard
E. Taylor, alias Frank B. (Jhandon,
were received at the Governor's
ollicc lhi" morning. - Taylor is at
Honolulu and is one of the men im
plicated in the forgery of Mrs. E.
B. Crocker's name to a S 1,000 check
at San Joscomc.tirac ago."
There was a tourist here of that
name, uhbf.did the islands pretty
well, but he has seemingly gone out
In the store of King Bros., Hotel
street, may be seenan oil painting
of a olabk 'Clyde'" stallion named
Loril Lytiedocli. it is tne woik or
Mr. Joseph Tinker, proprietor of
the City Meat Market, and is ex
ceedingly creditable to him. The
animal is one of the heavy draught
build, and was copied fiom a small
photograph". Mr. Tinker is possessed
of no mean ability as an animal
painter, "as specimens of his woik
have been seen here before. This
latest one is very faithfully exe
cuted in overy detail. It has been
cncloscd in a gilt frame and at the
bottom is a black walnut scroll with
the name of the horse on in gilt
During tho absence of Mr. Ceo. C.
Beckloy at tho Coast, Mr. Kenneth
Wallace, freight cleik, will dii-charge
the duties of puiser of the steamship
Ox Monday last John E. Bueh
commenced the publication of a daily
newspaper in Hawaiian called the
"Ka Leo o ka Lnhui," tho Voice of
Complaint js mado of ovcihanging
branches on the' 'Waikiki road near
the lesidenco of Mr. C. L. Hopkins
and the corner of that road and King
street. A little ti naming would ic
medv the evil.
The Stars and Kaiulanis play on
Saturday afternoon. It will be tho
Kaiulanis' last appearance this 'sea
son, and they pi opose to moke the
A nECEPTiON will bo given to the
Rev. Cicorgc Wallace this evening,
from 8 to 10 o'cloolc, at the r'esidenco
of Mr. T. it. Walker, British "Viuo
OuiibuI, King street. A special ear
will leave Liliha street at 15 minutes
past S o'clock, passing Fort street at
2.") minutes past. A special car will
also leave Mr. Walker's residence for
town at -17 minutes pasl nine o'clock
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rifles,
Kamehamcha Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S. R. at 7:80.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
M. at 7:30.
Quite a number of passengers are
booked to leave for the Coast by tho
11. M. S. Zealandia on Saturday:
Mr. C. P. Franklin, a tourist who
lias been doing the islands the past
iwo months, returns home.
Mrs. R. W. McChesney and
-child and L. McChesney are going
to San Francisco to remain perma
nently. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Ronton of
Kukaiau will spend about two
months in California visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. W. Wallace
of Puehuehu, are going right
through to England to be absent for
some time visiting relatives and
Mr. Geo. C. Beckley, purser of
the S. S. Kinau. will go as far as
Sau Francisco where he expects to
meet his wife nnd the Cummins
party. He returns with them in
Tho Rev. Dr. Dwincll and wife
return to' Oakland. The Rev. Dr.
lias very ably supplied the pulpit of
the Central Union Church during
tho past month, and with his amia
ble wife has made many friends.
Mr. Edward Suhr of the linn of
II. Ilackfeld & Co,, and Mr. ner
mann Focke of IIoffschlacger& Co.,
go direct to Europe to bo absent
about nine months. They propose
having a good lime, as they havo
not been away from the islands for
Mr. and Mrs. U. P. Wood of Ko
liala will remain in California until
about next spring.
Mr. C, S. Thomas, a prominent
lawyer -of. Denver, Colorado, who
with his wife and family has been
doing the islands, including a visit
to the Volcano, returns home.
Capt. G. F. Smith, a well known
shipping merchant of San FinncUco
who arrived,' on the Alameda, has
visited the different points of inter
est and tho Volcano, and returns
benefited by the trip.
Mcssis. G. F. Allardt and J. 1).
rjchuylcr, two civil engineers who
came 'on business connected with Mm
Oahu Railway, return to California.
Mr. J. M. Lydgato, manager of
tho Luupahoehoo plantation, leaved.
for an extended trip In tno Mates.
Previous to his leaving Lutipahoc
hoc he was presented with u watch
niul chain a9 a token of cbteeiu from
the resideiitb of that district.
Tho lilnii I'.nterralms a Ijiirsc Jcm
Iinny at the 1'ulncc.
Yesterday evening His Majesty
the King gave a dinner at Iolani
Palace in honor of the Lieut. Com
mander and Ollicers of the U. S. S.
Nipsic. There sat down in addition
to the Royal host the following gen
tlemen: Lieut. Coinmauder II. W.
Lyon, Lieutenants J. A. Sherman
and T. G. Fillette, Paymaster John
Corwine, of the LT. S. S. Nipsic; II.
II. Prince Kalanianaole ; Command
er J. G. Green, Lieutenants Mooie,
P. A. Surgeon Morstella and Ensign
Knnpp of the U. S. S. Alert; Hon.
Paul Neumann, Hon. John Ena, Dr.
John S. McGrew, Dr. Geo. Trous
seau, Capt. Morrisseau, Messrs. C.
O, Berger, L. J. Levey, Edw. Suhr,
II. Focke and Mr. J. W. Robeitson,
II. M,'s Acting Chamberlain.
Following was the menu:
Mock Tin tie.
Soup a la Keltic.
Oyster P.iti"J. w Salmi of Duck.
Pigeon on Toast.
Fillet of Ueef.
salad ani ciiei:si:.
Mashed l'otatoi-i,.,' Gicen Peas.
Asniragti5. Saratoga Potatoes.
The Royal Hawaiian Military
hand was stationed on Mm Palace
vci inula 'l played the following
programme during tho dinner:
Mm ch - Vienna Pchlld
Oavotlu - (Jiiecn'a Ow u Amnion
Walt Mm ltau.IT Dei linger
Medley Ollvfito liuyer
PolUa Uneaten - Heitel
Ou-ttuie N'onh and SouUi....MuyielU
MetlK'V Kvi'olteeilon of the Wur.Ueyer
The Htnr Spangled Il.uiiier.
?)it r,M.t Alt!UI'U. tn th viSatt
Vrtmtlj-, l- lU'iiCtiuii of Slj-iMn
mil Atolia l.oilire.,.
The ride from Honukan to Kukui
h.iele and Waipio, a distance of
eight mile, was not over a ll.it
nnd, but one Inokcn by numerous
gullies. It is a continuous up and
down hill journey. Thowtiter with
four others made the trip in si four
mule thoroughbraee, while the oth
ers were accommodated with brake
and some on limsehai-k The cane
on either side of the iojiI from Pa
atthaii to Kukttihaelc looks in a
nourishing condition slicks large,
round, and long-jointed, appearing
not to have stiff eted any from the
drought that has prevailed this sea
son on the Islands. Truly it is a
The night brought on more lodge
woik, the Mystic team having
charge, conferring the "Amplified"
on three csqtiucs. The woik was
done in their par excellence style,
with each candidate the brothers in
the team changing places, to show
their knowledge of the ritual. Af
ter the convention, refreshments
were served. This time no tricks
were played. The piece de icsist
ancu was clam choWder, which was
very fine and nobody but a Miller
could prepare it.
The next morning, while tho
Made and the teprcscntatives for
Honolulu and Wailttku were waiting
at the lodge room preparatory to
having their photos taken, a newly
made kniuht of the night bcloio en
tered the room who was in fault as
to an instruction lie had received.
He was immediately pounued upttn.
charyres prefetrcd, and committal!
to trial. Counsel was appointed to
defend the accused ; after argument
a jury wns w'aived. The pleas and,
arguments, offered by counsel of
either bide were exceedingly racy,
being replete with spicy sayings and
showing a gteat want of knowledge
of law, especially in the case of the
presiding judge. After two hours
of legal fun and fattening process,
the knights a'djourncd to tho front
of the hall, where Bro. W. O. Lack
land in the one hundredth part of a
second counterfeited the entire group
by the aid of "a camera. Then fol
lowed comic groupings slyly shot at
with the "Kodak."
In the evening, by general invita
tion, the knights assembled at the
beautifully laid out residence of
Bro. W. II. Rickard, Past Chancel
lor of Maile lodge. Time before
dinner was spent in promenading
the spacious grounds, inhaling the
perfume of sweet-scented (lowers
and indulging in whisperings of se
crets and jukes played on four
knights banded together m a cot
tone nicknamed " Knights' Para
dise." The sounding ol a trombone
announced that the inner mannfas
requested to make his appearance
bi-lore his Highness Gastronomy
and show cause why he should not
serve a sentence of two hours allm,
festive board. Two ladies, -twenty
knights aud two strangers sat down
with happy looks at the banquet
provided by the genial host and
hostess, Bro. W. II. Rickard and
wife. To say that justice was not
done to the cuisine would" be un
knightly; the way that the g'ood
things disappeared was a caution.
Seemingly the brothers arc gifted
with good appetites, and are not
novices in recognizing palatable edi
bles. Tho table, having about sixty-live
feet of seating space, was
beautifully tlccoratcil wiiu doners
strewn around in profusion ; "'a gay
and happy congregation sat at, that
board, with bright looks, happy ex
pression, intelligent repartee, denot
ing an exceptional gathering.
The first toast of the evening was
pre'faced by a sketch entitled,
"Lauding ot the Pilgrims," giving
an account of the knights lauding
at Paauhau and journeying to IIo
nokaa. The wording of tho effu
sion was a play on the names of all
the knights present at the festive
boatd, the piece ending as follows:
"Where we arc assembled to-daj'
to partake of the hospitality of the
Past Chancellor of Maile No. -1,
long may he live, and may lite Maile
grow and entwine ill its fragrant
embrace the entire disttict of IJama
ktta. I cannot Fuller express a
sentiment than offering this as a
toast to the health and happiness of
our Bro. W. II. Rickard, and his
good wife and family."
Bra. W. II. Rickard responded at
length, showing that he is all heart
and soul a Pyllitou Jvnigut. in r.n
twenty-one enecches were made,
creating good cheer and spontaneous
bursts of sympathy.
Before parting forllto night came,
Bro. J. Marsdcn regaled the com
pany with a hearing of his operatic
and dramatic power?, and, to bor
row an expression, simply "brought
down the house." Messrs, E, B.
and II. S. Rickurd proved them
selves to be musicians on the con
certina of no mean order; their
playing in concert was grand. Be
fore patting at the table, all joined
hands and bQ'lg Mio old song of sym
pathetic hcaitbcat, "An Id lung
The trip to Monokaa is a red let
ter one for the knights that under
took it. The best possible, cam was
taken of lliem. All enjoyed them
selves hugely, aud many thanks ate
extended to Bro. Knight R. M.
Overend and his good wife, Uros.
J. R. Mills and J. K. Miller, ami
tho other biolhers of Maile, who &o
largely, liberally aud with whole
souls accommodated and entertain
ed thu party.
tt'rtiftr fttl UiiW ntlit-r
ponton! or lha "jtitBhu'
Paradlrto" Individually mid i.-oleit.
Ively tltnuk tho brothers of Mallo
Lodge, and especially Bro. W. II.
Ricard and wife tv ho so piineely en
tertained them at their house. Wo
were brothers indeed, and we can
not llnd word9 to express our ap
preciation for tlicir hospilttlily. Bc
foie closing wo uttlst place cicdit
whete it is due. The ptoinnlet of
Maile No. -I is E, W. Kstep, a
biothcr of Danville (Indiana) lodge
No. 18, and wa3 assisted by llro. T.
O'Biien of Mystic No. 2, and Al
bert do' la Nux of Oahu No. 1.
These three knights put all their
hearts in establishing a lodge at
Ilouokaa and ftulhering the good of
the Order universal.
Long may Maile No. A live and
do good, and God bless the good
people of Ilamakua.
The following are the names of
knights and friends who partook of
the bounteous banquet: '. K. Mey-er-,
J. Gallagher, A. Garlouberg,
T. O'Brien, Dr. Greenfield, Dr. A.
Crane, E. V. Estep, E. B. Rickard,
Geo. Sttaletncyer, J. Marsden, J.
Kidwcll, J. Miller, Mrs. W. II.
Rickard, C. E. Kcnipster, Mrs.
Kempsler, F. S. Aimstrong, A. V.
Gear, C. Foister, K. B. Carley, W.
O. Barnhardl, P. Hatninel, R. Ful
ler, II. S. Rickard and W. II.
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P j t! '-i
THE UNiTED STATES.
M J5 K Alftt.
i&r IT STANDS -E5a
Su A&Wif i
m&itr: :ii nc-i y v
During tho Year 1838,
Funds on Hand
Doc. 31, 18S8, for
Future Div'Jends, .
M. THOMPSON'S DIGEST
EjfilSFow York Goes Equitable by a Large Majority. '
No better evunple of lite estimation in whic't this great Company is held, can be given, than by a com:
pirathe statement of tho business d.me by itself and it-, chief competitors in their common. Iinne, the city of
New Votk. In New York a man can get his information direi t from the Home Olllce of the largest i-ompaniej,
ami has mote accurate oppoilttnitios of judging Cieir respective merits than anywhere else. As a result in tUO
City of WOW York during the year 1S8 the Equitable wrote a larger amotin' of new bi-dness than wa
written by ita Two Lnrgett CompotitovK Combined. In the St.ite of Njw York the Equitable
wrote 81,808, I'M more lusutance than the aggregate f its Two Largest Competitors Taken Together.
It did the Largest Business in the United States, as well ns in the "World at a time wh-n all Companiej
were naming every nerve 10 pass it
The reason why this tiuivcisul verdict sxocs with the Eciuitable is on account of the Ponularitv of itn
and I avnicsr, oi it3 Business Methods As the Pioneer in leionnsits
ig extensively tmiiaieii ny outers, a most giaceful tribute to their merit.
AC.r.XT AM) I'lUNCU-AI..
Although agcnls arc not lecally
entitled to any profits, yet ultcie
tlic' had exercised due diligence in
making their contracts of freight
incuts, their principals could nut
vacate their contracts, if at some
other period, befote or after, a less
rate of freight had attained. And
if put on board thqir own ships, the
lowest rate of freight in the market
only could lie charged. Wilcox v.
Hanks 2 Haw. 2.
In a case of culpable rashnssS in
tho conduct of the master of a ves
sel, resulting in hardship and per
gonal suffering to the complainants,
belonging to the crew of said vessel,
as well as a loss of time and bleach
of the contract of sltipment,llic own
ers of the vessel were held respon
sible in damages, for the acts ot the
master, as being within the scope of
his authority, the same as if the
acts had been committed by the
owneis themselves. Makaula vs.
the btig "Wailua," 2 Haw. ilJG.
Where by -the fault of the master,
a vessel was detained in the Noitlt- '
ern seas, so late as to lender it im
possible to return to the poit where
the contract of shipment was made,
and whereby the term of service had
expired, the Coutt'. fixed a date at
which the accopnU under the con
tract hould be closed, and decreed
that a quantum meruit should be
paid to the libellants for the ensuing
period of service, forming a reason
able extra allowance, to be based
upon the shares theyjwero to receive
during the first term of service. lb.
Where a charge is based upon
usage, the usage must he satisfact
orily proven, before it can be allow
An agent, al-ling within the usual
scope of the business inti listed to
him, binds the principal by his acts.
Spencer v. Beniiet, 2 Haw. 115.
If there arc any express or un
usual limitations, binding the exer
cise of such authority 4in the ordin
ary course of the business, they
cannot affect the right of the pur
chaser, who dealt with tite agent in
ignorance of litem. lb.
An authority to sell, implies an
authority to sell on :i credit if that
be usual. The allegation of fiattd
is not sufficient; it must be proved,
not surmised. lb.
CottrtR will bu cautious in sustain
ing charges of this character. lb.
Notice of suit brought home to
the agent, doing business in litis
country, regarded quite as elfectual
as if served upon the non-resident
defendant personally, in accord
ance with the provisions of bcction
1102 Civil Code. Purdy v. Jauion.
2 Hnw. Ab'S.
It is incumbent upon the masters
or agents of whale ships, to make
up, at the expense of the owners,
the accounts between the ship and
each olllccr or seaman of le crew ,
and any usago to the contrary deem
ed unreasonable and would not be
sustained by the court. Wan en v.
barkjlenj. Rush, 2 Haw. IC8.
An agent, holding himself out as
n prluuipdl, Incurs the liability to
the same extent us if he were prin
cipal. Montgomery v. iMoiitgomcry,
A general authoiity conferred
upon the master of a vessel to con
duct a whaling and trading voyage
for a limited pet iod of time, is not
to be extended as giving him the
power to establish sub-agencies at
different points beyond the period
expressly set forth. Cupl.au v.
Iloffschlncgcr and Stapenhorst,
I law. C!)l.
Tnj'. lMiinleiu' .Monthly fcr August
MtstaiiiB the tepittalion of that uteittl
periodica. It has many pt.ictiial
iiitieles bearing nit th mynr indi fa
tty and new ptodttets capable of til
ing developed in then- M.iiuIn
Plans and the Promptness and '.
Policies havo been and are being i-xteu
1 he primary object of Life Insurance is to provide nadv monev against death. No Company can Httnroaclt
the Equitable record for piomptness in this tegard. The New Policy of the Equitable just out is
(like a bank draft) a simple promise to pay and is without conditions on its back.
Oayi'or full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
300 lm General Audit Kquituhl; Life Assurance Society for the Ilawaiiau I-il.imN.
BLACKSMITH COAL !
The Hawaii-aii Carriage Manufacturing Co.
HAVE .IITST KKCKU'Ktt
riS i. K :'SrH2-7i Sti'W M7
K fH I
keihos u jisssruro aaTr w?h
iyy a uridyl p
A (JL'AUTElJfYmi-Uni.f ilieHmrd
XV of Tru-iltus nf l'i.- Q'u-ii'i Hue.
l.inil will In- held on fSATfUDAY, die
7th Si-itc:mlier, 11't). hi in h'i:Iim-I . m ,
at the Itooms if lliu (.'h-.tut-er of I'lin -itierce
Itualnw nf Imiiortmiei- Ann ml.
Aiuul of the Ilv.I.HH. I'tr'-r'cr.
' F. A. SCIIABFER.
A NEW Wl'cox & WlilM Parior
t- Oreiot vvith clclit Flip. Sultalile
for tc!io')l or church A fine itihtrn.
mctit. Applv ill 57 I'ltnf libcml .lre. t,
opr mile N. P. Viion lus-itntt! 2711 tf
A LL persons are hvru'ty 8trn'1y for.
l bidden from tl-liinir"r otlirwiMi
trespassing on lh ten lUltuiy of KunU
wai, oft Diamond Ip-ul.
H.- F. UK ItTEr.M A X X. ,
Houoluht, Aug. ir, 1$6.K 'Mi Iw '
A I.I. bills due to m- tint I'uliI tiv tlm"
21 li of this raoutli will lie plneia
ill the hands of u cnll-rior
ripnoliihi, An?. III. 18M). 3- til"'"
OFFICE TO LET
u 'A a
& ( Villi bovejoy .t Co.V More.
Sr-&i-J Apply t.u" pri'iiiin-i "N'o.
KS-22$ LI Xnii an Mr..' . 3.0 Iw
.MJKXI-ilKD Hooiii to let.
streets, w mid b very
f-'iul-wi-st coriit-r 'of
11 n-1 Ik-n-tunin
ciiiivciiiuiil tor a"'
'.'5.r. Cm k
3UUITAUKS antl Pronlsw
on I uniiH Ktr-tl, ul a rca.
-.on-i'-b- flt"T'. A p.'lv to
J. JI. MONSUIUAT.
Carlwriijlit's Hloi-k. Merchant St.
FOU SALE or LEASE
Tliere are no Seams in the Tiro to Leak
ffljyThere aro NO l.OOrfK 1UVKTS canned by .the contiuiid i-Npauiiou
ijiid contiaclionj of the pl.itc, tho bottom picoi-iuing a b.MOOTll, KVUN
Suifaeo which can bu eai-ily cleancil.
THU rOLLOWLVO SIZKS K'KI'T COX.iTA.VTLY IN STOCK::
inches diameter by Hi feet li'iijtli
inches dijiuetur by Hi feet length
ul inehi's diatnolvr by l(i feet liuigth
12 inches diuumtci by 1 1 feet length
Hisdon Iron & Locomoiive Works,
nOUSK and Pn-mtsen ai
Iwih-i, llonultibi HiiuMt
couiains thri'o lirceund two
dinull looms and hull uud a l.irru attic.
Uoitiigu wtih th-u rootiiH on the pre. .
misis; cook nud bath.lmiwe -Sthbln
with three Mn'ls and carriage l.onde;
a'.iuilo utul frilil irt-i-n n-i tin- prriuUt-.
Apply to .1. JI. MONSAltltAT,
Oartw right's Blo-k, Merchaut St.
gjJ Pur paitieul.itc, apply to
H27 2in JQHNJ)YEgL
SAN FliANCISCO, CAL.
ECuotlt 't. Klli-i-rltvU'
IlOllllltl II II,
Mr. Fiank Brcwn,
Xw Mr, Jamei Love,
Kin tr street.
LATE HesSdeni-c of
Mr. M. Green.
iJJ'J Fort street.
S'lOHE, Etc, now occupied by
Mr. Wolfe, (Jrocer,
Coir Apply to
A. J. OAilTWKJLGIIT,
SOil tf MonOiint Mrnl.
. H )
-FL'LL I.IM.'S Ol-
PilHTS, OIL, YAMSHI,
Turpjn-h'. Etc, Ktr.
AtiENT.S FOU T1IK
Reyerc Rate Go, Boston.
rPRY McCarthys Uhhr.
fid-r 'i Mi Canity 'd.
ALL iJUALITIKrf OF
(jST t'..H and exninitif our New
UoOd. Aug 88
Notlco t) Shippers.
& FTfON completion of lav
&V U ini; of the Hawaiian
Paellle Cable on or about
Aupuet 9th, the Al Clipper
(schooner "(J ILTiipper," Cuptuln O.J.
Ifelley, 100 ton, will be open for charier
for uuy Atncrhan or Ilrltish Columbian
port, or will return direct lo Victotla,
15 O For freight aud iuugo apply t
i: O. Hall it Bon, HonnhilH, 1, 1.
UAHl'llOLOMEW &, ItAKKlt.
ELECTION of OFF1CEU?.
AT the annual ine-tlne of the Olo.
wulu Company held August 12th,
the follow Inj; gentlemen were duly
elected to serve as officers for the e'usu.
President, Win. U. Irwin,
Vice President. . Win, H. Cornwell,
8ecreiury & Auditor.. .(.'. . Berger,
Treuburir Win. M.nitiard.
C. O. KKItQKIt.
UJi Ot Becretary Olowalu Co,