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.MONDAY, AWi. 21, 1889.
Slmr Kllnuen Hon tvom Ktunakim
Stinr lvilnul twin UitiunVuk
Slmr Vlvu (win Mutit
Stinr Mlkulmln front Knunl
Sehv Mniy twin Knunl
Ssehr Llltollho lioiu Lnhahin
IQdAt, & GENERAL HtW5,
THH UiMolttitts il U.W.!li il.j
next Saturday, .
Two small shntka weio coon near
lo tlio beach ut Wuikiki on Sunday.
Tltn tfeulmullu took horn the Poal
Ollleo ,tXW letlois null 1,822 packages
A notion to Company 11 ot tho
lloholulu VvitloH Hattnllon appeal
U M f Zunliintlln tor gnu FriincUco
Httnr.t A Cuiuin'in for Koolnu ntt t m
Stim lns Mnkeo (or Knpnu ut l p in
Slmr VYiilnuiuilo tor Waltinuo mul Will-
mIuu ut t n in
Stinr Vlvn for Maul
Sinn- Mokolll tor Moloknl tit D p in
Slmr Kniiln (or Knunl
VESSELS IEAVINQ TO-MORROW.
Slmr Llkellko for Mnul ut B in
Stinr Mlknhuln tor Kuunl nl fi n in
Stun Kllutui Hon tor Uuuiukun ut r.
i i i i ii i i ii
For Sim Kiunolmio peril M S Zonlnii
illn, Aim 'J 1-0 P Kraiikllu, .1 l Otlow
tin, Mi-Nlt V MoUluwuey mul olillil, I.
AIu(Mioaihw, A Pave, (loo V ttoiitou nml
wlfo, It W WulliU'O, wife and child, II P
AVond mul wlfo, W Mihr, 11 Eoeku, lluv
l)r Dwliiull mul wlfo, 0 S TIioiuiim, wlfo
nml four ohlltlrun, l not (1 P Smith Mih
V V Hull, U llov-Rwnll,(Joo U llrekloy,
K (I Sehuiuiiii, Dr 1 d rtohloii, W .1
VYilirht, Mbw Von Oloroiidorp and llvo
lu the HtPiiniKO.
Kruin KiiUnl iur ntnr Mlknhuln, Auk
n It A Miielln, Jr. S II Itonn, A I)
TIioiiiiik, llou 0 N Wilcox, II F lli'ilol
iiiuiiu, ,1 CoiriMi, .1 II Smith, V K Tony,
Air- Ormlduok, Mrs McCartney, Miss 0
A Hoaiuor, J liuUiy, V Oooko, A Mu
Cnlio, II W Auhl nml wlfo, mul 47 deck.
Tho HtoniniT Klliiuou Hon brought.
Aim 'f, 11)011 Imikh Hiignr nml !tfi bund
'riiuHlmr Mlknhuln brought Sunday,
'n, 180 bnga vino, ini aheap nml 1U
'I'lio hviihuil brought 10(1(1 bugs of au
gur t coin lluwull, Humlny,
Tim U M H .unliimllu look lo Sun
Ki'iiiiuInco Auk Ul, 21 lioxofllmlel Ihiivch,
iillill IhiuIm liniiuniiH, 08 Iioxoh fruit
JtciuiOHllu vnliin ft!,IICII.
HOYD-At llulloilvo, Goiuitu, Now
Voile, AilKiiut (I, 1HHII, Kliuliulli
(Jump, wlfo of Itev. Iuh. H. Iloyil,
I). !., nml inotliuror AIi'H. A. I1'.
.1 im11 of Honolulu.
Mr. Juntos AUUoit, ti
Uteutiicnl ninn, puxei'il
Tiik llnwnllnn Nowa (!oinmny ro
culvcil iv nuinbor of mv plunos nml
oikiiuh on tlio Australia.
Dl'itlNO Mr. 12. U. Solnunun's ub
Minco from tlio kinniloni his brother
(Iimtnv will not for him.
a mutioal wmm
Mit. T. M. Stnikoy jiieHiileil nt tlio
orKiin ut Ht. Anilrow'a t'ntlioilrul ut
Kiuulny uvonlnu'o svrviro,
Mkhbun. .1, 12. lh own t Co. liavo
novcUli'B in tho tthniio of lliuuuih
uhoroots anil 12unI lmllnn ten,
WiiliiK in Hun KtoiioIhco ono snilor
on tho burlc W. 11. tlodfiey stubbed
nuothor in Iho tliigh. llu wns nr-
Tin: Altornoy(lonornl illil not
leuvo on thu .uuluuiHu. llo will not
k'uvo tho Kiuuilom until uftortho
tlotobnr tin in.
Mil, li, J. Lovey will sell tho Mock
mul' lixtiiiOH nt tho Htoro of tho Into
Alo.. Klohr, Ilolliel Htreet, on Tluiiic
ilny nt 10 o'ulook.
A i.iuoi: ntimlmr of tho frlomlH of
Moskih, 10, Sulti nml II. Kouko woro
on tho whnrf Hutuiilny uvunhiK to
wihh tlioin Iiuii voyiiKi.
On thu Auslniliii extradition
linnniH uliinoil byl'rcHldont HiirilHon
tmtl nildreuucd Co U. S. Minister
Morrill arrived for Hichard JC. Tay
lor uliut l''ruiik 11. Clinudon, who Ih
wanted lu Hun FrnnclHcoon a eliargo
of forgery, nn ludietiiK'iit Imvliig
linen found iignliml liim by the grand
Jury. Tho young man eaine down
lioro a short time ago and was fol
lowed by .lame II. Lnngtry, spculnl
agent for Wclla, Kurgo it Co., who
luiH been Hhadowlng him.
It appenra that Taylor with two
other men under arrest are charged
with forging u check, which reads an
"Clearing IIoiiho No. 21. i
"nn Krunelflco, Cal., May 10, 1889.
"Tlio Crocker Woolwoith Nutional
Daulc of Han FrauelBCO No.
1, Pay to Mr. Charles Gaiilt or
order 81 ,800, four thousand eight
"Mrs. Margaret K, Crocker,"
On the back of the check wax
written, "1'uy to the order of Frank
). Chandou, Clmrlcu Gaiilt."
Taylor went to the olllco of WoIIh,
Fargo & Co. nt Sun Jose and in
Htructed them to send the check lo
Sun Franclveo and collect it. Thin
they did, giving him the amount
less $0 for expcnseH.
On Haturdny Mr, Lungtry pre
Hcntcd his papcrH at Court and Mr.
Juutlco McCully Usued u hunch
warrant for the arrcat of Hlchurd
K. Taylor. He wuh arrested at Joe
Hllvu'a place behind tho Chliicae
At noon to-ilny Mr, J. K.. Morgnn
Hold tho Chan. Wall leaiduneo on I.i
llhu Hlruut to II. Vlorru for $2,700.
Hevurul mortgngeo'H milea realized
Mil. J, 11. l'utnuni.ox-U. 8. Consul
(leimrul, wuh lu poor heullh at laat
iieeounla. Ho wuh leuupeiulbiK at
HI, .Mnry'a llospilal, in Sun Frun-cIhoo.
Madamk Jall'ii, thu planiat, and her
duiightor, woro through puHnengerH
on thu Xeuhiudia. Madnmo Jull'iv
luiH been giviuu piano reuitala inTua
mania, M.. I II - I -
A lucjic collided with a street ear
,on Kliiu atreotiliiHt evening, tho buck
lioiiiK HiiiiiHliud to piecoH. Tho driver,
a nntivo. was lined $20 in tho Police
Court tliia morning for buetllusa
Tin: brig W. G. Irwin was to lcavo
Hun Franeisuo tho day after the Auh
trnlin. Part of her cargo will consist
of fourteen Hat, one box and two sec
tion band cms for the Ualiu Hailway
and Land Company,
A coixi:otioh of "man-of-war rib
bona," lopreconting every war vessel
which has called here within thu past
twenty years, and artistically arrang
ed on a star-slmpcd frame, was seen
at the rosiduneo of Mr. H, W. Laine,
thu other day.
13 v tho Australia Mr. W. W. Hull
received news of bia son Horace hav
ing hud a very severe attack of pneu
monia at Minneapolis, A telegram
received thu day tho steamer nailed
statrd be waa better. Mra. Hall left
on the Zealandia for Minneapolis,
Hukkaitick a very palalablo lunch
will he served at the Hawaiiun Hotel
bar every day between 12 and 1
o'clock. There will be soup, two hot
dishes, salads, etc, A number of pri
vate tables will bo found whore gen
tlemen can sit down and partaku Of
lu neb and all for twenty-live cents.
This ovportunity to get a good lunch
will no doubt bo largely availed of.
Soper and dipt,
to thu .Station
theatre bv Marsha
Lumen and taken
The matter came up In thu Su
preme Court thil morning before
Mr. Justice McCully, Hon. 1'iuil
Neumann appeared for Mr. Langtry
and stated that Kichurd K, Taylor
waa In Court,
lily Honor asked tlio young man
If ho wan Taylor.
IIu replied that tkut was thu sup
position in Honolulu, He claimed
he waa not Kichurd K, Taylor. Ilia
name waa J, J). Gould and he do
aired to have tho casu continued bo
thai lie could obtain counsel,
Ills Honor continued the caae to
10 o'clock Tuesday morning, and
told Taylor he would have to re
main lu thu custody of thu Marshal
At 11 o'clock tltla morning Ilia
Kxcolkiioy (leo. W, Merrill, United
States. Minister Iteslilent, presented
Mr. II. W. Severance, U. h. Consul
General, Mrs. and Miss Hcveraucu
lo Ilia Majesty thu King at lolanl
1'aluco, Mr. Huveraueu waa very
pleasantly received by the King and
they chatted together for some time.
There were also prevent, Her MuJ
sty thu tjuen, II, II. I'rlnco Kawu
naniilfoujl, II. I'rlnco Kalanlnimolc,
Mra, 0. W, Merrill, wlfuof the U. H.
Minister llesldent, mul Mr. J. V,
Jfoberlsoii, Acting Clmmhcrlnlii,iil
O.v Buturday evening Mr, August
Alliens, manager of Waianau pluntu
lion, ntood close to a fence patting a
stallion on the buck, when the unlmul
kicked and broke tlio fence, pint of
which fell on Mr. Abron'B leg and
bioku it, The Kuala was sent that
evening to Waiumie, returning with
Mr. AhrciiH on Htiuduy, Hois at tho
(Juccii'h Hospital doing well.
Ui:aii'Aiimiiiai. Henry Fairfax, C
II,, it, N,, eommauder-iu'cbief of the
Australian naval station, has been
appointed second I.oid of the Admi
ralty, and will leave for England in
about a month's time. The succes
sor lo Admiral Fairfax bus not yet
been unpointed so far as is known,
Admiral Full fax, who bus been oil
the Australian station for neatly two
year,succeede(l Uear-Admiral Tryon,
Mu, L. J. Levey has received ad
vices by the Zcalaudia that tint Katio
l'utniiiu Company will arrive in Ho
nolulu by the Mariposa about Oct. 20
and play a season of four or llvo
nights, Tho letter was written at
their ninth week in Australia, when,
it mild, Katie Putnam hud " tuado
more money than she ever did in tho
same length of time in America,"
Hlio has high testimonials Ironi tho
London, Now York and Australian
Harmony Lodge No. 3 I, O, of O.
Lodge Lu l'rogrca de l'Occanla ut
On Friday (lucky day) two weeks
ago, tho city of Chicago contained
forly-llircu square miles. On Hatur
dny by n Vole of a lurge majority
of nil thu electors ojucurned this
niea wns Increased by I'M a(iiaro
miles, milking u total of 171. Phila
delphia, the next largest city of tho
Union, has 1'JD square miles, while
Han Francisco haaonly twenly-elghtl
fh.0 S'nslo or tteutrnl 1'nlou Cltnrcli
on "tho rroYtdrttttnl Mrantnx ot'
illo l.atn IiiMitrrrctlou."
The subject nf Itev. Dr. Heck
witlt's iliscourso Sunday evening in
Central Inioii Church was, "The
rroviili'utinl Meaning of the Late
Insurrection." His text wns the
10th verse of Hie 07th l'salm,
"Surely thu wrntlt of innn shull
prnlso thee," etc. Tho wrath here
meant is that ngnlnat the right, und
a plot of that nature wan tho occa
sion of this Psalm. It was thu In
vnsion of Jerusalem by Sennnclteilb.
Tlio good King llezeklnh had come
to the throne after tho death of the
infamous Abab, only to llntl tho na
tion sadly demoralised revenues
wasted, idolatry prevailing, wizards
practising thoir nefarious trade.
Ili-zeklah set about reforming nil
these nbtise9. llo nbollsUcd idola
try, toro down tho hidi places, re
plenished thu revenues nml put them
to proper uses. Lastly, he refused
to pay any more tribntu to Assyria.
And that Is what vexed .Sennacherib,
who poured his tioops into Jerusa
lem and put Ilezuklnh under n mil
lion and a half of (dilute. It was
ta correct tho people that God had
thus fnr lot the wrath of Sennaclieilb
go, but now he laid ills hands On
him. That night thu angel of the
Lord siiinlo an hundred four aeore
and live thousand of Ills hosts. Thu
wrath had been allowed to go on al
most to tho nation's extremity.
Many towns were ravaged, thu coun
try stripped of iti harvests. How
could any good comu out of that, or
how could the wrath of man bo iu-
straincd'j' Hut It wuh. In one night
Sennaeburib was stripped of his.
army and his power. It is wonderful
how soon prosperity follows good
covernment. And marvellous pros
perity did como. ltiches und honor
and tho fear of the Lord cainu to
thu nation out of its distress.
Thu preacher went on to demon
strate tlio "sublimu doctrine" ot
good out of evil, illustrating it by
"Israel in KUypt, groaning under
thu taskmasters, but it made a na
tion of thuni," also by Iho case of
tiio American Pilgiint Fathers, and
tlio four yours' civil wnr lo perpetu
ate slavery but which ended it. Ho
tlio porlls which this little island
kingdom hud sometimes gone
through. At ono time her Govern
ment dragooned at the mouth of the
cannon, ul another lime her Hag dis
honored, i,t another her independ
ence threatened. Hut every time
she came out with nor liberty en
larged greater than ever. And now
in a milder way than thu .wrath of
Sennacherib yet dunning enough,
God haa let distress come upon us.
Our usually peaceful slrects have
heard just n little of the sound of
battle; our citizens have had a
dread of massacre : our homes a
night of watching for fear of the
flaming torch. All for a handful of
perjured men whose wrath was ex
cited Ju9t for tlio Mime reason that
Sennacherib's wrath was raised.
Tlp-'ir wasting of the revenues was
stopped ; they wanted the old order
of things. They did not wait to
think of the old disgraces, of idola
try and con option and bribery.
They just wanted spoils. It was
nota revolution it was insurrection,
a cruel and cuuaelcsa revolt against
good Government. There is a right
of revolution, but it must be for
great cause; it must bo against
gross corruption ; it must bo against
intrenched wrongs. It does not take
the aword first and plead for redress
afterward. It does not without
moment's warnimr iro with arms
through the unguarded streets, to
seize the Palace and demand the
surrender of the household troops.
That is not revolution, that is insur
rection. That is what God has al
lowed to come upon us.
What good is to come of it? God
knows: lie rules: he must have
some use for it. Wo cannot sec all
of it, but wc can see some of it. We
can look over the palace walls now
"a cat may look at a king" now.
rSensation.l Tho people can look
into their own domain without being
dragged to the Police Station for it.
We are rid of a nuisance and a men-
aco to our peace that without this
trouble might have taken a geneia
tion to do. Our palace la no longer
an arsenal: the artillery is all taken
away. That menace Is gone. Wo
have a reorganized police force giv
ing ua more confidence in lying
down at night that la another bc
nellt from thut day's trouble. And
better than this is the Improvement
of political ami social relations. One
thing is settled forever, the question
of the royal prerogative. Wo know
now who rules In Hawaii. Wo have
liberty now, No moro irresponsible
power lu Hawaii Nci now. Ho price
less a boon and at ho small a cost)
Other nations havu gone through
ycara and years of blood and stiife
to obtain that guerdon. We have
not only learned who rules, but wc
jiuvo learned the temper and texture
of our rulers. A little troublo Is
necessary to try iusii. Our Govern
ment has been tried und it has prov
ed capable for tho emergency, It
has proved strong in itself and In
tho oyea of thu world. Uecauso thu
Government haa proved its capacity
It will bo recognized us a stable one
und Its bonds will be at a premium
in London by reason of this liouble.
Home other tilings wo havu learned
from this sharp discipline. We have
learned what quick and eU'ectlvu de
fense wu have in tills llltle kingdom,
for our business and our homes, in
our cltl.cn soldiery. If you havu
ever thought that all the little pa
rades and target practice was only
lihiaatiil iNtsUijifc j tin trill Uiliik so
lui more, Th Inllilia sprang lo the
city's defense like veterans in real
peril. Tho spehket wa9 aurprlsed
to see those boys stand so firmly in
the midst of hissing ritle bullets and
hurtling cannon shot. Not all in
lie ranks but some from our homes
came out to save us fiom we know
not what honors of unbridled
Another thing wc require to learn
Is thu need of un active peisonal in
terest in public uffnhs. There is
no good Government anywhere on
thu lace of tho earth that has not its
bitter enemies, ami if its friends
sleep they will not sleep. Our day
of terror teaches us the need of
eternal vigilante. There is dungcr
of losing sight of our ptiblio Inter
ests in our business absorption. Our
hearts must bo in the government
und our shouhluis under It.
There is a benediction to the Ha
waiiun people f i oin this trouble.
They may learn from it something
of libei ty as opposed to license, nml
of law us against violence. Let us
hopo thut their tnlk mny be drawn
null o and moro toward Justice and
tquily and righteousness. This out
break is God's voice to you anil nu,
summoning us to our duty to this
neglected people. For that Is what
they are, We have lifted them up
n llltle way and then left them to
uropo their own way, and the marvel
is that thuy havu not groped more
blindly than they buve. It Is our
only hiifuty thu regeneration of
Hawaii nci. Under God it is our
hnfoty as well as theirs. That day
of. peril is God's summons to us to
place ourselves in the closest sym
pathy witli tuts people to conse
crate ourselves to their prosperity,
to devote our wealth to their cluva
lion. Let us listen to this summons
and by a new life, with perpetual
peace within our borders, wu will
learu that the wratli of man praises
A congregation moderately large
listened attentively to tho ser
mon. Tho choir temporarily re
duced to live members led tlio sing
ing and gavu special anthems very
acceptable during the services.
OF THE UNiTED STATE8.
s$r IT STANDS -A
During tho Year 188t1,
8163,933.535 00 !
Funds on Hand
Doc. 31, 1888, for
ESt'KTew York Goes Equitable by a Large Majority. -agiffl
No better oxamplu of the eslinnlion in which this great Company is held, can bo given, than by a com
parative statement of the hii'iiicss done by itself audits chief competitors in their common home, the city of
New York. In New York a man can get Ins Iuforinuliun direct from the Home Olllce of the luigest companies,
and lias more accurato opportunities of judging their respective merits than anywhere else. As a result in tho
City of NOW York during the year 1888 the Equitable wrote a larger amount of new business tlinn was
written by its Two LnrgoBt Competitors Combined, in the Stato of New York the Equitable
wrote Si, H08,-i:n more Insurance than the aggregate of its Two Largest Competitors Taken Togothor.
It did the Largest BuaitiCBS In tlio United States, as well as In the World at a time when all Companle.
weiu straining every nerve to pass It.
The reason why this universal verdict goc3 with the Equitablo is on account of the Popularity of its
Plans and tho Promptness and Fairness of its Business Mothods As the Pioneer in reforms its
Policies havu been and are being extensively imitated by others, a most graceful tribute to their merit.
Tlio primary object of Life Insurance is to provide ready money against death. No Company can approach
the Equitablo rceord'fnr piomptnoss in this regard, The Now Policy of the Equitablo Just out is
(like a bank draft) a ,linplu promise to pay and is without conditions on its back.
JfcjVFor full particulars call on
General Atient Kquituhle Life Assurance Society for the Hawaiian Islands.
The Ilal'alau Plantation Company
,of tho Hilo District, Hawaiian Isl
ands, has elected the following
olllcera for the ensuing year: Claus
Spreckela, President; J. I). Sprock
ets, Vice-President; J. D. Spreckcls
& Hros., Treasurers ; K. II. HhclUon,
Secretary; Hoard of Directors
Claus Spreckcls, J. 1). Spreckcls, A.
H. Spreckcls, Nicholas Ohlandt and
Clans Mangels. The Treasurer's
report shows $.'121,000 on hand.
During the past year twelve monthly
dividends of 81 per share were paid.
These aggregate 3120,000. The
sugar crop from thu Ilakalau planta
tion this year will amount to f,2ol)
tons. The sugar averaged $1 10 per
ton. S. F. Examiner.
Westermayer's Celebrated Uprights 1
MADK KXPHUSSLY KOI! THIS CLIMATE.
J. &. C. F8SCHER PIANOS !
HOUDOIK UPUKiHTS .t CABINET Ul'ltKUITS.
Other PIANOS ofWell-known American Factories on the Way.
FOR 8ALH AT MANUFAPTUltEH'S I'UK'KS BY
Ed. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Go., .
II25 lm K'ini! and llcfliol Streettt.
NKW Wilcox it While Parlor
Organ with clelii "ton. Suhuble
for reluwl or church A tine biBtru.
menl. Apply i .17 Punchbowl street,
opposite N. P. MiftMon Institute. 27H If
JL. 3'filliiwi'M (lornor Ol
Punchbowl unit llercUnln
stici:lB, would bo very couvenlcnt tor a
small tiimlly 2iS am
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80,000 In Uscj ,i,'AH,A?'S,;.F0U j Established 1840
ENDORSED BY THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS:
I7INE White, Hlnrlt, Brown and Gicen
? Milan, extra (rood quality Spur
-Hallor Hutu, polka Dotlcil It! boons,
New Ginghams, Men's fc'lne Btraw llati.
Kiubroldury Lacis, jul received ut
Fislicl'fl Lending Millinery Hniifc mul
will be opened up for display In u few
rf-iys. 0:si 3t
'PHE I'lintliumi ftulooti li.iii received
1 by tho "Australia" another liiriru
invoice; of National
you forci t It.
bus jimi received ex
another lot of that
"PlIILAUKLPilJA LAGKIt HBBK"
in kegH, which lie is oH'crhiK to Ids
eiiMonicrg. !M3 lw
ItJL ' Umittillii
TRY McCarthy's Cidtr.
OTT'S Cider nt Meoiirluy'u.
Burmese Cheroots & Indian Tea
Ivan E. Mohowabki,
Am. Hon man,
gSST Cull, or wiitc for Catalogues.
Agents fur the Iluwuiian Itflnnde.
3COITAOBS mul Prcmlies
on nuns .street, til u rm.
I toniilili flpiir.'. Apnlvto
.1. M. MOXSAKKAT,
Cartwright'n Mlork. Merchant St.
FOR SALE or LEASE
HOUiK and Pramlw at
1 wild, Honolulu Woute
ctinl-.iln three large and two
itimll luninv nml hull nml n liirpe tittle.
Colt n ge with three moms on the pre.
mUea; cook end Imtli.linitpu. Smltle
with three EtalU and curriuge liouto;
alinde nnd fruit trpp nn tin' prom lies.
Apply to J. M. MOh'SAKRAT.
O.utwrlclit'i' Ulonk, Merehnnt t-t.
ACOS'SIGNMKNTof IJurme-o Oliu.
routs direct from It'ingoon, nNo it
few boxes Iii'linn Tei, for fiilo nt
J. B. IHtOWN & CO.,
3.TJ lw HH Merehnnt clrcct.
A QUAKTKKLY ineutliif; of the Hoard
J.. ofTniHtieH of thu (Juecn't Hint,
nitul will be hehl on BATUKDAY, the
7lh September, 180, ut 10 o'eloek a. M ,
itt thu J too un of tho Chumlier of Coin,
murec. Hut incfl" of linportiinec Amend,
ment of the lly.L'ius. Per order.
F. A. SCIIAKFEIt,
ALEXANDKIt .1. CnrfA right. E q ,
Ih aiithorl.i'tl lo net for me under
full power of uttorney during my oh
Di'tieu from Hie Klueibtui
OKOJtGB C. HKCKLBY.
Honolulu, Aug. V!l( Ib-t). illl-J lw
lieal nml clictipen Ilhtelc
(Joi'd, S-ind nnd t-oil fur
chant htreul, Honolulu, II. I.
Bile in nay iiuanll y. Anply ut the luw
olllce of Wllllnm O. Auhl, fi'o. till Mir.
PASTURE tor HORSE
AT Halekou, Kanuolin, Kooliiupoko,
!,VI neres of goo.) pasture hind, all
enclosed plenty of wuter. Anp'y to
Clark I. Illriim. nt the King'ii Htablei-,
llntiohilu.orut Halekou. feb28801y
NEW YORK LINE !
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Mr. Fiank Brown, -,
RESIDBNCE of J . i
Mr. James Love,
LATE Hemlenci- of
Mr. M. Green, J .
Etc , hot occupied by
Mr. Wt;(, Grrccr,
Z& Apply to -
A. J. OAUTWRIGIIT,
"Oil tf MrriJiiilkirsl.
Is'otico to Shippers.
UPON completion of
ing of the Uiihi
pAititli; t able ou or' n
Aueo-t U h. the At Clfuoer
Pchnouer"() H. Ti ppcr," Cr-lain C.J.
Ke! ley, 100 lotiit. will bent en lurrliurtrr
for any Arneth'uu ot liritlhb t o'im.IjIku
port, or will reiurn ilinet lo Vinoriu,
15. V. Kor fr igbl Hint iange apply t
B. O. Hall A. Sou, HobnlulK, It. I.
IJAItrHDLOMEW & IJAKBlt.
Will btnnd at tetvice l
$50 am $75 Insoranco.
There are no Seams in the Fire to Leak
AN Al Vuaaul will bo ilcpntnlteil for
Honolulu to leave New York In
nil November J'or fmtlter Informalion
apply lo the Agent,
Mk-hih. W. II. OJ1039MAN A IIHO ,
17 tfc 1 liroa.il Ht., New York Oily.
Or (WSTI.E & COOKE,
U','7 lm HoiKibilu, II. I.
Thero uro NO LOO.SE KIVETK Cntn-eil by the continual ostmiuimi
nnd contiuetloiM of the plate, tho bottom preenting it SMOOTH, K EN
Htirfaee which can bo enbily eleanitl.
THE FOLLOWING SIZES KEPT CONSTANTLY IN STOCK':
00 Inoheu diameter by Hi feet length
18 inches diameter by 1(S feet length
fit iiielie.-. diameter by Hi feet length
VI lnehe5 tli.uneter by 1 1 feel length
Riscten Iron & Locomotive Works.
SAN FllANCLSCO, (UL.
g0 Tor particular, apply to
27 2m john dyer, ,:ou,T0'o,(;u,.r.,:,,o,u
Kkcoiiu 2224, tUcrnmeuto, Sept. IS,
Pedioiiek; M.rln wan rcd by
Quinn' Pdtchen, be br Geo. It, I'M
clien, Jr.: .Murln' dmn bv Kmi.nut.be
by Hilly McCrnckenj lldly McCrnekeu
by McCruckvn'i H'aek lluwk, 7(17, ((be
fire of Lady Doolt-v, mul of the dum of
Overman, itiUHi) McCrucken'e Ulaclv
llnwk, 707, bv 7crmpnt UUck Hnwk. &;
2nd dum by JUrhsU' HUck Uuwk,liii
by Kastou'i HUck Hawk. The diuTol'
Quinn'K Pdtela-n by riiockbrldgo Cblct,
he by Vermont Hlnek Hnwk, 5.
It. T. Carroll of Vn Pruucbco, Ibu
former owner of Marin, votiebe, tint
out nf ihirly.fix inure lervetl by ihU
lioiku durhig hie. luai tranon in Cull,
lorulu, thirty-fire provid wlib foal.
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