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DALLY BULLETIN": HONOLULU, II. I., SEPTEMBER 12, 1880.
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THURSDAY, SEW. 12, 1889.
Simr Kimla fiom Kauai
llktnu I'lnntor for Piigot Sound
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sttnr Khiau tor llllo mul way ports nt
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Wnlanac, Walalua
and Koohiu :it 0 a in
SOND-RENTON-Iu Kolmln. Hawaii,
September 5th, at Kohalu Union
Chinch, by Rev. A. Ontrom, I'cn
jaiiiln D. Bond, 11. D , to Emma M.
FROM M. THOMPSON'S DIGEST
OF HAWAIIAN SUPREME
An agreement by defendant to in
dorse bills drawn by IlisMujesty in
favor of plaintiff when presented by
B., in consideration of a commission
for guaranteeing the amount, with
further agreement that his Majesty
will take all goods sent by plaintiff,
where from the facts it appears that
goods of said plaintiff were offered
to his Majesty, and were by him re
fused, renders defendant liable to
jay for the goods so offered, and en
titles him to the commission stipulat
ed to be paid, although no bill of his
Majesty was presented for defend
ant's endorsement; and whether
said goods were taken or refused or
paid for or not paid for by his Ma
jesty. Hoffnung & Co. v. Chung
Faa, 4 Haw. 285.
An agreements to discharge the
defendant's indebtedness in con
sideration of the surrender by de
fendant, of all his property to plain
tiffs is an accord, and if executed
by delivery of the property, there is
a satisfaction which is a complete
defence to an action to recover the
indebtedness. Hackfeld v. I3al,
4 Haw. 478.
Written agreement by parties
owing land in common, in regard to
the management of their property,
should be enforced by the courts as
far as possible. Mahoe v. Puku, 4
aliens" and denizens.
An alien cannot hold an ofllcc of
profit and emolument under the
Government without taking the oath
of allegiance. 5 Haw. 1G7.
An alien, to whom letters patent
of denization have been granted, has
the status of a subject, and he need
not take the oath of allegiance as a
requisite to holding a Government
See Husband and Wife.
Turkeys running wild on land,
not being in the custody, control or
possession, of the owner of the land,
arc not the subjects of larceny. The
King v. Manu, 4 Haw. 409.
See Error. Petition for Review.
The procuring of an order to the
Marshal to dispose of the libelled
property in the manner decreed by
the court below, is not such an act
as bars the libelant's right of ap
peal. An appeal in admiralty may be
taken at any time within six months
after decree, unless said decree is
An appeal operates as a stay of
execution, subject to the necessary
order for the safe custody, delivery
or security, or sole of the property
proceeded against. II. Coady v.
1,200 pounds oil, etc., 2 Haw. 55.
Allegations as to time and place
of commission of an offence should
be made with greater certainty be
fore the appellate tribunal (the
circuit court) than may be required
to be shown upon the record of the
The court regard the proceedings
of an appeal from a district justice
with less technical precision than on
an indictment. Rex v. Uilliughain
2 Haw. 750.
A nolle prosequi of an appeal is
no bar to a subsequent trial. The
King v. Manner, 3 Haw. 1339.
A writ of mandamus will not issue
to compel a magistrate to grant an
appeal, unless bond for gosts be
filed within one day, under the land
lord and tenant act. Petition for
mandamus, 53 Haw. 407.
In piobatc a new party can be
admitted at hearing on appeal, but
in such case the mutter must be re
manded to the Probate Court for re
hearing. In re Estate of Poholo
wai, 3 How. 419.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Henry Freitas forfeited bail of $G
Biunil offence was
A haole for the
Ah Lin was charged with the un
lawful possession of opium, Ho
pleaded guilty and was fined 850
and sentenced to one hour's iinpri;
Bo'uuiont. Costs 91.
notlco appears clso
A n.niiK is wanted
house- in this city.
for a wholoMilo
Fon tlio past few ovening8 the sun
Bets have been magnificent.
Thk Australia will leave H.n Fran
cisco to-morrow for Honolulu.
MitfS Kale McGrcw piny a violin
solo ul the organ 1 coital to-night.
A slight shower fell this afternoon
but the clouds seem to be. bieaking.
Tun Kinau sails for Maui and Ha
waii at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
A iIanoixo paity is talcing place
on. board the U. S. S. Nipsio this af
ternoon. A Cuinaman died rather suddenly
this morning in Chinatown fioin
Sin William Wiseman, Bait., of II.
B. M. S. Caiolino, is legiRtorcd at the
TnE adjourned meeting on the
constitutional amendment takes
place this evening.
Waikiki is being disfigured as it
were with UhincbO shanties, which
are springing up along the road.
The olnccra of the Mutual Tele
phone Company for the eiiHuiugyciu
are lulveilised in another column.
Complaints aie waxing louder
about the water nuisance caused by
the tramway sprinkler at Boretania
street and Union lane.
A native yarn about a leper at
Waialua taking to sea whilo being
pursued, and not being seen again,
has reached Honolulu.
The regular sociable of the Ladies
Benevolent Society of the Central
Union Church, will be held in the
vostry to-morrow evening.
Mr. Morgan holds two sales to
moirow, onu at 10 o'clock of furni
ture, and the other at noon including
horses, express wagons and buggies.
The portrait of Robert W. Wilcox
in this issue was engraved by Mr.
Ollert from a sketch made by Mr.
Hutchinson, sculptor, in the Police
Do not forget tho organ recital at
Kaumakapili Church this evening.
There is an attractive- programme
which appears in another column.
The admission is only twenty-five
One of our doctors is experiment
ing with Dr. BroWn-Sequard'B "elixir
of life" upon an elderly inhabitant
Guinea pigs furnish the extract and
the patient, who has thus far receiv
ed one application, thinks lie feels
A Honolulu Rifles,
Knights Templar, at 7:30,
Organ, recital at Kaumakapili
Church, at 7:45.
Anti-Chinese meeting, Pythian
hall, at 7:30.
BT J. F. MORGAN.
At 10 a. in., at salesrooms, a
large lot of furniture.
At noon horses, express wagons
MYRTLE BOAT CLUB.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Myrtle Boat Club was held last
evening at the boathouse with a very
An offer from Mr. Chas. A.
Brown, an honorary member of the
club, to deed a site at Pearl River
harbor for a boathouse wa unani
mously accepted with the cordial
thanks of the club. The following
committee was appointed to select
the site: L. A. Thurston, W. E.
Howell, W. O. Smith, G. K. Wilder
and J. L. Torbert.
The following new members were
elected: C. W. Ashford, Geo. C.
Potter, Mr. Clapp, G. H. Harris, J.
II. Love and J. M. Monsarrat.
The limit of membership was rais
ed from sixty to seventy-five. Other
business transacted was of a routine
Mr. Allen Hutchinson, sculptor,
has a new work on exhibition at
Messrs. King Bros.' art store. It is
a fanciful study of a little girl. The
type is recognizable as the pet of
some family that everybody has
known. Looking at the features In
the blank plaster one is compelled
irresistibly to imagine a sunshiny,
cherubic Saxon face; alabaster in
complexion, but with a rose bloom
surrounding lhc merry dimples;
there is either recovery from a peal
of laughter, or preparation for a
mirthful outburst, in the counte
nance; tho face is upturned ob
liquely, as if responsive to tho lov
ing appeal of inotheily eyes; and,
to complete the suggestion of what
was in tho artist's view, one must
fancy the profuse, curling locks,
bunched, with ribbon at the top, as
of yellowish lightness. It is a happy
effort denoting true artlstio concep
tion. 'THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
i "The Dallv bulletin." 80 cents
THE DAILY ' BUULETIN-Thp
most popular purer published.
The Mpqlr As In Wnlttip llii Ki
lulitnls It is very evident thnt the ICaiu
lanis cannot piny ball at all. They
have appeared ten times on the Ma
kiki diamond this season and have
hot won a single game. The Nip
slcs beat them a week ago, but not
having their legnlar nine they i-lial-lenged
the warship boys for iniiithcr
gatiii'. It took place yesterday
afternoon when the Nlpsics easily
delcated Ihetn by a seoic ol 10 to
13 and an innings to spare. There
was a vol y large attendance of spec
tators throughout the game which
commenced at 2:15 o'clock. Grupp
again caused much amusement with
his coaching remarks. Brooke play
ed well behind the bat, and when
Gallagher went to the bat the cries
of "Let her go, Gtillagher," stimu
lated him and he made some good
hits. All the Nipsic boys played
well. It is a curious fact that in
every innings where the Nipsics
scored with .the exception of one
they made three runs. Mr. Charles
Wilder of the Stars umpired the
?amc in the most satisfactory man
ner. THE l'LAY.
The game opened with Luahiwa
of the Kaiulauis at the hat. He re
tired at first. Gilliland got to sec
ond on Hayne's fumble and wild
throw, and home on a wild throw to
thiid by Grupp. Perry went out at
first and II. Crabbe Hied to Elsey.
Gallagher hit for three bases, Me
Karron made a single sending in
Gallagher. Dixon took his base on
ballH and aided by Widdiflcld's fum
ble, a wild pitoh and passed ball
McKarron and Dixon tallied. Brooke
and Miller llicd out and Ilaync
In the second Naukana tlicd to
Dixon, Widdifield made a base hit
to right field, stole second and
reached the plate on Grupp's error
at first. Hugo struck out and Lua
hiwa foul Hied. Elsey retired at
first and Gallagher on strikes. Mc
Karron hit a fly to Hugo who muff
ed, and took second, stoic third.
Dixon made a single bringing in
McKarron, and he scored himself on
two passed balls. Krupp hit for
three bases, tallying on a passed
ball. McCaffy hit the air three
Third innings Gilliland went out
at first. Perry made a short hit and
took first. II. Crabbe got in a sin
gle to left field. Naukana retired at
first, while Widdifield hit for two
bags sending in Perry. Hugo flicd
to Grupp. Hayne hit to C. Crabbe
who threw wild and took his second.
Miller was given his base on balls,
Elsey struck out. Gallogher got
first on C. Crabbe's fumble, Hayne
scoring. McKarron hit to C. Crabbe
who again fumbled, and Miller
crosbed the plate. Dixon hit to
Hoick who fumbled, Gallagher scor
ing. McKarron was put out at
third and Grupp at first.
In the fourth, Hoick made a safe
hit, stole second, got third on Mil
ler's wild throw. C. Crabbe hit to
Elsey who fumbled, Ho'ck tallying.
Luahiwa got in a single to left field,
to third on McCaffy's wild throw,
C. Crabbe scoring. Gilliland hit to
Ilaync who fumbled, Luahiwa cross
ing the plate. Gilliland and Perry
were both put out attempting to
steal bases, and Naukana struck
out. Brooke retired at first. Mc
Caffy after making a base hit was
caught napping at first, and Hayne
flicd to Naukana.
In the fifth, Hugo made a single,
Hoick Hied to Elsey, Luahiwa Hied
to Hayne, the latter throwing to
third and retiring Hugo, making a
double pla'. Miller was given his
base on balls, stole second, going
home on a passed ball. Elsey hit
safely to centre, Gallagher "let go"
for three bases, Elsey scoring. Mc
Kai roll's base hit sent in Gallagher,
but he hoon after went out attempt
ing to steal second. Dixon was out
ul first and Grupp flicd out to C.
Sixth innings. Gilliland retired
at first. Perry got his first on
Grupp's fumble and II. Crabbe on
similar play by Hayne. Naultana
struck for ' three bags sending in
Perry and Crabbe. Widdifield hit
to Hayne who fumbled, Naukana
scoring. Widdifield was put out at
tho plate and Hoick at first.
Brooke rapped a single to left, Mc
Caffy fanned, Hayne hit to Lua
hiwa who fumbled, Brooko scoring,
Miller hit short and got to first be
fore the hall. Elsey retired at first,
Hayne tallying. Gallagher "lot go"
for ono base, Miller scoring. Mc
Karron filed to Hugo,
Both sides scored one in the .sev
enth. Luahiwa hit to Hayncs who
fumbled, got second on MciCarron's
error, third on Porry's out, home
on II. Crabbo's baso lilt. The outs
w6re Perry at first, and the two
Crabbes attempting to steal second.
Grupp hit safely to right, second
on Widdiflcld's fumble, -stole third,
home on C. Crabbe's fumble. Dixon
and McCaffy were put out at third,
and Brooko struck out.
In the eighth Naukana flicd to
Grupp, Hoick and Hugo retiring at
first. After Miller got to first on
Naukana's fumble, stole second, and
was givou third on a balk ; Elsey,
Gallagher and McKarron all retired
Ninth innings C.Crahhe got first
on Elsey's fumble, Luahiwa hit for
two hairs. Crabbu Bcoiimr.
Urabbu bcoiIur. Gilli-
land hit t,o Hayne who threw wild,
but ,ie wtts ) iml at aecoml) Lm
hlwa scoring oil t(e out. Perry got
, ' "M " a or, II. Crabbe hit
to Dixon who fumbled, Perry scor-
ing. Naukana foul llicd, and Widdi
field ended tho game by striking
out. Following is the score:
T. It. U.K. O. A. K.
Luahiwa, lib is
Gilliland, of 0
Perry, c li
Crabbe II., r.f (J
Nnuknni, lb (J
Widdifield, 2b fl
Hugo, l.f "
Hoick p ft
Crabbe C, 63 r
.-! Ill 14 1 17
T. It. II. II. O. A. E.
Gallagher,c.f U 0 4 0 0 1
McKairou. 2b I, 2 a 4 a 1
Dixon, if 12 11 0 1
Grupp, lb r -J ail 0 4
Brookes, e ii 1 1 7 2 0
McCaffy. If Y, 0 10 0 1
Havue. lib .". 2 0 2 3 4
Miller, p ;i a o 4 1
Elsey, s.s ." I 12 2 3
Total 44 111 13 27 13 10
By Innings 1 2 .1 4 G 7 8 0
Kaiulauis 1 i 1 II 0 3 I 0.t 13
Nipsics 3:13033 io in
Earned runs Kalulani H, Nir.sio 5.
Two base hita-Widdlllcld.
Thice base hits Gallagher 2, Grupp,
Double plavs Ilaync
Passed ball's Perrv 3, Brooke 0.
Wild pitches By Hoick 3.
Struck ut Bv Holek 9, by Sillier 2.
Umpire-O. T. Wilder.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
BEFORE PRESTON, .1.
Thursday, Sept. 12.
In re guardianship of Lionel,
Louisa and Zillnh Hart, miuors. Pe
tition of the guardian, Alexander J.
Cartwright, to pay outstanding bills
from the principal of the minors'
money. Ordered that six bills
amounting to 8217.99 be paid by the
guardian. Cecil Brown for peti
tioner; petitioner in person.
A PHANTOM ClIY,
A despatch from Victoria, B. C,
says that Prof. Willoughby, who
has visited tho Alaskan coast for
many years, a shoit time ago visited
"Muir's Glacier," and took a shot
at it with his camera. He was start
led by a most remarkable result. It
was the phantom of a great city,
with rows of high warehouses, fac
tories witli tall chimneys, stately
residences, and elegant church
spires. Various were the conjectures
as to the locality from which the
shadow was evolved. Victoria,
Seattle, Portland, and San Fran
cisco were all suggested, but none
met tho requirements. At last a
French Canadian recognised the
Windsor Hotel, tho dome of the new
Catholic cathedral near the hotel
and Notre Dame, with Mount Uoyal
in the distance. The mysteiious
city was tho phantom of Montreal,
nearly 4,000 miles away, The Pro
feasor has had a largo number of his
pictures struck off, and it is the
wonder of the day,
AN IflTERESriHC LETTER FROM A
AS this is Jubilee year it tends to
make one look back and think
of the flight of lime, and in this way
I am 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
have sent it into every country in
England and many parts of Sept
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 Seigel's Curative Syrup,
and 1 was struck by a paragraph in
which you used these words:
"Being a stranger in a strngo laud,
I do not wish tho people to feel that
I want to take the least advantage
over them. I feel Unit I have a
remedy that will cure disease, and
I have so much 'Confidence in 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 onco that you would never
suy that unless the medicine hud
niorit, and I applied for tho agency,
i Eg cp which I now look back upon
with pride and satisfaction.
Ever since that time I have found
it by far the best remedy 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
niach, rising of the food after eat
ing, a sense of fulness and heavi
ness, dizziness, bad breath, slime
and 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 signs that the
systems is clogged, and the blood is
out of order. Upon repeated in
quiries, covering a great variety of
ailments, my customers have always
answered, "I am better," or "I 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 my
Two old gentlemen, whose names
they would not like me to give you,
had been martyrs to Indigestion
and Dyspepsia for 10:1113' 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 hcart3' as men
in the prime of life.
A remarkable case is that of a
house painter named Jeffries, who
lived at Fenshurst, 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 urops3', and were ver3' stiff
and painful. Nothing that the doc
tors could do seemed to reach the
seat of the trouble. It so crippled
him that he could do hardly an3"
work, and for the whole of the win
ter of 1878 and '79, he had to give
up and lake to his bed. Ho had
been aflhcted in this sorry way lor
three 3'ears, and was getting, worn
out and discouraged. Besides, he
had spent over 13 for what he
called "doctor's stuff" without the
least benefit. In the Spring lie
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. Cd. bottle, and as I was going
that way I carried it down to him
myself. On getting to his house
what was my astonishment and sur.
prise to find him out in the garden
weeding an onion bed. I could
hardly believe my own eyes, and
"Yoh ought not to be out here,
man, it may ho the death of you,
after being laid up all winter with
rheumatism and dropsy."
His reply was: "There is 110
danger. Tho weather is line, and
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup has
done for 1110 in a few days what the
doctors could not do In three yearn.
I think I shall get well now."
He kept on with the Syrup, and
in three weeks he was at work again
ami has had no return of the trou
ble for now nearly ten years. An
medicine that can do this should be
known all over tho world.
(Signed) Rui'nur Graham,
Of Graham it Son.
Holloway House, Sunhur3',
June '25th, 1887.
rpilEeo partnership heretofore exist
1 Inj,' under the lirni iiaiuu of E. & S.
Peek, f!U)itiiii, has thin day been dli
folvrd by mutual consent. S Peck re
tires from the firm and E. Peck con
tinues in the dray business as before.
Honolulu, Sept. 11, 1890. ' 'uiW'iU
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION.
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The Dully Bulletin."
OPINIONS - OF
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THK I'NITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
From the New York Time., June 22, lSS'.i.j
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a u;w form of
policy which, like a batik draft, is a simple promise to pay without condi-,
tions on the back. " V
From the Oincoo Investkjator.I
Always 011 the alert, and ever anxious to givo the puulio tin most
advantageous contract in life insurance, the Kqultablc Life Assurance So
ciety of New York has, in the past, made many advances on old methods,
and has been the means to liberalize life assurance in a greater degree,
perhaps, than aty other organization. It is not at all surprising, there
fore, that this great compan3f now comes before the people with a new
contract, the like of which has not before been known In life insurance.
from the ICustucky Kkoistek, Kiclituoml, Ky.. June 28, I88.ll
The Equitable Lifo Assurance Society has, in the past, done more to
create and maintain confidence in life assurance than any oilier company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practical!' sweeps every ob
jection of the character referred to out of the wny. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
From the ItoTov Post.
This company has done more than any other to simplify'the assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
K10111 the Pacific Underwriter, San Francisco, July 1, 183!) J
The Equitable lias already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealiugs with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to anhance its
reputation for enterprise and progressiveness in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
J56T For full particulars call on
ALEX- J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
: POLKA DOTTED RIBBONS !;
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
CORNER FORT fc HOTEL STREETS.
NOTICE of MEETING.
L A SPECIAL meeiiiiK of the Bourd of
-CX. Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
will be held ut the room of Uih Chamber
of CommiTce, on SATURDAY, the 12th
October, 1889, for t'ie purpose of acting
upoh a proposed amendment to the By
Laws of the Queen's Hospital Corpora,
lion. Per order
F. A. SCHAEFER,
Honolulu, Sept. 7, 1889. 34C td
. AXTON VOQEL is not in our
rnmloy nv more nftrr this dale.
K. HOFFSCHLAEGEIt & CO.
Honolulu, Aug. 24, 1880. 835 lm
3C01TAOES and Premises
on Emma street, at a rea-
sounblr ficure. Annlv 10
J. M. AlONSAKRAT,
Cartwrlght'B Block, Merchant St.
FOR SALE or LEASE
HQUSE and Premises at
Iwilol, Honolulu. House
contains three Uree and two
araall looms and hull and a large attic.
Cottage with three rooms on the pre
mises; cook Jiif't bath-house. Stublu
with three stalls and carriage house;
shade aud fruit trees on I tic prcmUos.
Apply to J. M. MONSABUAT,
(Jartwrlght'? Block, .Merchant St.
I71UHNI3HED Booms to let.
? southwest corner of
PunChhowl ami Berctanla
strcfiH would be very convenient for a
small family. 255 Cm
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
Engineer & Contractor,
Is prepared to design and contract for
allcliifiu of Sugar Extraction Much!,
uery, Irrigating Machinery. EvsporaU
ing Apparatus, Vacuum I'aun, Knines
of all kinds and for all pinposes, Water
Wheel, Water Conduit", (both pipes
and tluuiesj, Stum Bailers of various
kinds, Kallroud Material and Rolling
Stock, Rio , Etc.
In all its branches u specialty.
Plantations auppHe.1 with Chemical and
Analytical Apparatus of the very best
description to ardor,
t$P- Close intention paid to all ordon
and satisfaction i the ptimhaser Rim
runicwl. P. O. Box S1S0. Fori Mn-et,
- THE - PRESS
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NEW Cntundtr Cdr
riaee iuft finished
and handbomcly trimmed
in first class style; must be immediately
sold to-close an unuifnment. Apply to
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AQKNOY.
CONTAINING I Urge and
2 email rooms, veranda
with bull room, dininir room
and kitchen detucbrd, on Kekauiike
street, opposite Hotel stieet. Kent jio
per month. Apply nt
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage To Lot.
ANEW one story Cottage
011 upper part of I.illha
street, ronralnlus 5 rooms
nicely papered and painted, bath room,
kitchen, nice lawu, shade trees, etc.
Will be icnted reasonable to a good ten
ant. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
npiJE best remedy for
JL wounds, ulcers.
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nrpi nf evprv iIpcpi-Iii.
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mals. Adopted bv leading horse rail
road, club and lnerv stabler, etc.. In
the United States aud elsewhere. Wp
are prepared to piove this statement by
testimonial nud irferences to planter
uud liverymen in this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
liAKGE assortment of Photograplu
and Stureohcopiu Views of the
most attractive scenery, buildings, ete ,
in these HaudH, for bale at reasonable
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
f ICorner Fort and Merchant street.
HPHE Murry.go-rouud will run at Wai.
JL kikl Wednesday and Saturday even
ing j Wednesday and Saturday afti-mooa
for ladies and children. Tho Tramway
will run two cars at 10:07 and three cars
at 10;37. 341 lw
AT a meeting of the Trustees of the
Pinners' Labor & Supply Com.
pany held this day, it was voted thai
the annual meeting of the Company he
hld In Honolulu, ou MOKDAV.Octo.
bor 28th 1N80, at 10 o'clock a. u., at the
rooms of tho Cuutnbrr of Commerce.
W. O. SMITH,
Honolulu, Bept. 0, 1880. Sllflw
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