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Kp DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., NOVEMBER C, 1SS0.
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p WEDNKSDAY, NOV. II, 188!).
LOOK ON THIS PICTURE.
This morning's Advertiser says:
"Regarding the recent trial, we
repeat with flrraness what we have
before said, that the result was n
misfortune and a disgrace to the
jury, the court, the Government and
to the whole country. And this is
the general sentiment of the com
munity." AND ON THIS.
The Advertiser on the 2d Inst.,
referring to "tho recent trials," said :
"We have not found any two men
whose opinions agreed upon these
matters in all particulars."
What has contributed in thoc
four days to reduce the mind of the
community from chaotic diversity
to general unanimity of sentiment'
This morning's Advertiser refers
editorially to some observations in
the last two issues of the lli'iurris,
touching the jury system and the
native Hawaiian, in the following
terms: "Wc charge the writer of
the above articles with uttering a
base falsehood, and more than this,
that he knew it to be such when he
wrote it." There now! And, "On
the other hand, every person con
nected with this paper as publisher
or stockholder is known as a lifelong
friend of the native Hawaiian, seek
ing his elevation and advancement
politically and socially by every
means in his power." (Oh, my!)
"A life's record attests this and
bears with it more convincing evi
dence than the assertions of any new
comers that may happen to locate
.Let us sec. Out of their own
mouths let them be judged:
"'.There would be just as much
sense In having a Chinese jur3' to
try Chinese, a Portuguese jury to
try Portuguese, and so on, as a Ha
waiian jury to try Hawaiians. This
practice is not known elsewhere that
we -are aware of; certainly not in
Tahiti, or Fiji, New Zealand or Aus
tralia, nor in any American or Euro
pean country, where mixed races
..vioM' niih-tv n a n,-t 9."..
"Recent events have proved that
the natives of this group are not
above other Polynesian races in the
scale of intellectual endowments;
and most people now come to the
conclusion that the confidence hith
erto placed in them, by allowing
them to take part in the functions of
:i civilized government, has been an
"Determined obstruction on tho
patt of native Hawaiians can only
liave one result, viz. : foreign an
nexation and total exclusion of na
tives from the political franchise, the
same as in Tahiti, Fiji and new Ca
ledonia, or similar to the state in
which the Amciican Indians are now
"For the past half century the
Hawaiian race has received every en
couragement, and had eery chance
offered to succeed ; but what is the
result?" Daily P. C. A. Oct. 20.
"The Courts are powerless in Ha
waiian criminal cases, so long as
Hawaiian juiies have the power to
acquit criminals even of their own
iace."Daily-P. C. 'A.'ovV V. '
If language means anything at all,
what do the .foregoing expressions
aignify? Comment seems unnecessary.
THE ADVERTISER'S DEVOTION.
The publishers and stockholders
of the Advertiser cannot evade re
sponsibility for the general tone of
their paper on a particular subject.
There has been nothing more exas
perating to the native mind of late
than tha't paper's articles and "con
tributions" indiscriminately con
demning the Hawaiian people for
iho misconduct of one native juror
and the verdict of one native jury.
Tho Uci.i.r.TiN has taken the posi
tion that foreign juiies could be as
Msily condemned for similar rea
sons. If the Advertiser's recent
nentimpiitH are a fair specimen of
the "life's record" of devotion to
the welfare of Hawaiians, made by
"every publisher or stockholder"
of that pappr, all wc have to say is
that we are sorry tor such a mean
The sneer at "new comers" by
the Advertiser i9 become very stale
from frequent repetition. It comes
with an ill grace' from u paper that
is subsisting on the fruits of tho
ideas and action largely of new
comers. The old Gazette (lineal
predecessor of tho present Adver
tiser) was fighting the battle of a
cliquo for a change of administra
tion, without regard to a policy that
would bo acceptable to all friends of
good goxerriiiientj-tintll -.the 1)iuj
tik (conducted by a resident of only
a few months) whipped it into re
cognition of tho fact that people
outside of ils clique must bo con
sulted, in effoits to secure perma
nent advantages. Jf this is denied
tho article in which the (lazettc ad
mitted that it was wiong and tho
Ui'i.t.ivris right can be produced
from the former's file. This re
peated chirping about "new com
ers" only shows the narrow spiilt
animating the conduct of the Adver
tiser. It looks as if those using
the terns were puffed up with
senile conceit over the accident
ot their early appearance on this soil.
They seem to bo unpalriolically
adverse to tho infusion of new
blood fresh from scenes of the
world's greatest progress. There is,
moreover, ground for suspicion that
it angeis these selfish fossils to bo
disturbed in every comfortable ar
rangement they had made in their
snug preserves, lor having the coun
try ruled and run exactly to suit tl.e
pleasure and profit of themselves
and their family compacts.
Tho Advertiser's reference to the
Uui.li.tix's "hope of an elevation to
the peerngo of the nation" is very
funny. Our contemporary is so
little benefited from having a life
lord and a biennial noble on its
stock list, that the appropriate emo
tion for the 15i i.i.utin at the pros
pect of any similar distinction
should be fear rather than "hope."
SOUTH SEA BUBBLES.
IntercHtliiir Account nl' the Trip of
ir. II. M. S. t'ovmovniit, i'rnm Ho
nolulu to Coiiiitnilio.
Loft Tahiti June 29th, arrived at
Pitcairn on 10th July. I sent on
shore the remainder of my stock,
explaining to Miss Young, the
school-mistress, organist, writer,
and poetess, how they were obtain
ed and I hope she has written to
Honolulu. They were very accept
able, especially tho illustrated chil
dren's books and toys. Some draw
ing materials from Mrs. D. evoked
a wisli that we had brought an art
teacher. Miss Young is very talent
ed. She is engaged in writing a his
tory of the island, giving illustra
tions of the many stone implements,
found in digging, and also of the
curious figures drawn on the rocks
by former inhabitants. Our sur
veyors went over a lino of sound
ings taken by Capt. Bechy in 1S25,
and found that in most cases the
water is ten fathoms shoaler now
than then. Here is food for a 'geo
logist, and argument for those who
teach that the present Pacific Ocean
was at one timo a continent in
which was the Garden of Eden, that
the remains of pre-historic man arc
under this ocean, and that the now
dry land was then submerged. How
comes it that the above mentioned
stone tools are of the same shape as
those which were in use by the In
dians of British Columbia about a
century ago? Their shapes are so
similar that one is prone to believe
that their users were formerly in
communication either by land or
short water journeys. The history
of ttie present amiable inhabitants
is well known. They live a pastoral
life, each tilling his own land. The
widows and single women get their
living thus, and I think that the lot
of these is rather hard. Boots are
seldom worn, clothing generally ob
tained by barter from passing snips,
07 passed last year, it was curious
to talk to Miss McCoy, the corre
sponding secretary with outside re
ligious bodies, I say it was curious
to hear her propound knotty theo
logical questions and to find that
she had been to work that day in the
fields, and had brought off a dish of
Irish potatoes of her own growing
as a "present to our mess. Miss
Young herself often handles ' the
spade, sho says she i9 fond of field
woik.andl can personally testify
to the deliciousness of her pine
apples. When wc were here last 1 asked
them as to their jubilee celebra
tion. I suggested that our
Sovereign Lady might have been
pleased to receive fioni " thciii
some token of their veneration and
adoration. They had discussed
the question but were perplexed as
to what form to send their offerings
in. I suggested that some of their
basket work might show that their
hearts were good though their means
were small. In a week after wo had
left they had worked hold and
made their collection and it was
hcnl home in a sailing ship, together
with n small sum of money. Her
Majesty sent them a letter, which wo
brought, and they were exceeding
ly joyed to learn that their offerings
wcio accepted and placed with the
other jubilee presents. or Ma
jesty had also sent soino of the
Jubilee coinage for distribution.
The magistrate, Mr. McCoy, receiv
ed a sovereign. Our captain then
apportioned the other coins, about
f!0, among the females, Mrs.
Young, the elder, was the first re
cipient. She is the mother ol' eight
children (one son was killed with
Bishop Selwyn), tho grandmother
of about thirty-six, and tho great
grandmother of one. A nice, ami
able, guileless old lady that it is a
great pleasure to meet. Her hus
band is the schoolmaster. The old
Imly was Joyed to teais il receiving
hor present, sho cnllcd down God's
blcssinct on Her Majesty for long
life and happiness in this world and
the nest, mid finally sobbing out the
words, "She is n good woman," sho
was silent. The other females fol
lowed according to age, so that all
but thu vciy little ones received a
jubilee memento. After this three
lusty cheers for the Queen wcio
given, and the national anthem s.ung
light through, the smallest toddlcis
knowing the words, and the parts
To be continued.)
A HAWAIIAN PATRON OF THE RINC.
Billy Jordan, master of ceremo
nies at tho California Athletic Club,
deposited a certified check for $5000
in San Francisco, Sept. 17, as the
first deposit for a stake fight to a
finish between Jimmy Carroll and
Billy Myer, of Strcalor, 111., for the
light-weight championship of tho
I'liilcd States. It is proposed to
have the battle come off upon Mex
ican soil, where there will be no in
terference. Since Carroll defeated
Sam Blakelock so handily he has had
many warm admirers. Among them, it
is stated, is a millionaire who is large
ly interested in the Hawaiian BUgar
trade. JL is understood that he is
the cue who puts up the $5000, and
will back Cairoll against Myer for
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Regular Cash Sale!
TO-MORROW, Nov. 7th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my Silcsrnoms, corner of Fort ami
Queen slrcelp, I will fell ai
A Goneral Assortment of Merchandise:
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Household -:- Furniture
And at 12 o'clock noon, at thu Bunt
1 Whale Boat.
LEWIS T. LEVEY,
Eiine Co JU, Attention
A REGULAR, meeting of this com.
jmny will he held WEDNESDAY
EVENING, Nov. Oth, a full attendance
is requested. Nomination for engineers.
By onler of the Foreman.
J. P. McVEIGH,
890 It Secretary.
THE regular annual meeting of tho
stockholders of E. O. Hall & Son
will be held in the ollicc of the corpora,
tion on THURSDAY, Nov. 7th, at 2
o'clock r. M., lor the election of officers
and transaction of business.
E. O. WHITE,
Honolulu, Nov. 4, 1889. 3!5 3t
I HAVE this day sold the Tahiti
Lemonade Works to iho Tahiti
Lemonade Works Company, and request
an Immediate settlement with me of all
outstanding accounts. All hills due by
the lute business will bo paid by
.7. E. IfflOWN.
Honolulu, Oct. 31, 188J. U!)5 lm
L persons are hereby notified that
any debts contracted on behalf of
tlic estate of Jose Espinda, without my
written order, will not he paid. And all
persons nro also cautioned not to pur
chase any of the personal property be.
longing to the said estate except lrom
Mils. MARIA ESPINDA,
Executrix under the Will of Jose Es
pinda, late of Lahaiun, Maui, de
ceased. Lahaina, Maui, Oct. 28, 1889. :itl Iw
111AVE this day sold all my rlsht,
title and interest in the Carriage
Manul'iietory Business as rairied on by
me on Port street, lo Jlr. Gideon West.
Thanking the public lor their musy
past favors I would bespeak tho same
for my successor nu1 hnving known
Mr. AVesl for a number of years as a
practical carriage builder I am satisfied
that he will give genei.ll Falisfaction.
(btgncd): W. II. PAGK.
Honolulu, Oct. S8, 18SI). 301 aw
HA VI NO bought out Mr. W. II.
Page in Uio-"IIonolulu Carriage
Manufactory," nt 1-3 Knit street, Iain
prepared to continue tho above business
under the old name of Honolulu Car
liago Munufactniv, and being nu old
experienced carriage builder I rolicit
lliu piitronuge ol my old friends and tho
public in general, and with my thorough
Knowledge of the business and with -experienced
workmen and using only the
best material 1 gunrnuteo general satis
faction. Please call and hie me bilmc
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1B81I. 11)1 If
NOTIUK is heroby given to all per.
tens liming claims ugainst tho
Kstate of Thomas II. Hobron, hue of
Ilonolulu, ilcccasid, to prcbcnt the saino
to tho undersigned within six months
f i oni tho date of tho publication of thin
notice, or they will bo foicver barred.
And tliOFii indebted to said Ivslate ato
requested to moke immediate payment.
Claims maybe presented at thu ofllcu
ol W. O. Stnilh, Kfci.
Mlts. V. K.iioimox,
Executrix Will of T. II. Hobron, do.
Hciiolulu, Nov. 1,1861). CHt
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Tlio
most popular paper mibllimou,
On SATURDAY, Nov. 911i,
VT 1! O'CLOCK NOOX,
At Brewer's Wharf, I will sell nt Pah
Tho ContcrBoaru Sloop Yacht
"LOEtf A DOQNE"
Formerly the "Reform," in good onler,
with Topsail and Spinnaker, In
addition to Regular Sails.
llKConn First Prize in Second Clots
Yacht Hnce on 10th November, 1887;
and Second Prize In Yacht Unco of
July 7th, 1883.
BeyThe Vessel can ho inspected on
JAB. P. MORGAN,
!1!7 31 Auctioneer.
Auction Sale of Leases of
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. IB,
AT ltf O'CLOCK, .()(X,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, by onhr
of II. It. II. Lilluokaluni, I will
tell at Public Auction,
Tlie Lease for 20 Years !
Of tho following Desirable Building
Lots, suitable for residences, situated at
Wniklki, on the main road, and bcina
portion of tho Walkiki property of H.
LOT A Sire l"r feet frontand ISO fiet
deep; this Lot adjoins the
bridge mid is on the main
toad leading to the I'urk.
The Lot is fenced.
LOT B Adjoining Lot A, has a fi out
age of 120 feet on main road,
and is 380 feet deep.
LOT C Adjoining Lot I), irontago of
l'JO feet on main road, 180
LOT D Adjoining Lot 0Jon niuio
toad. 1 1 us 120 feet frontage
and a depth of 180 feci.
LOT E 3i?e 140 feet by 300 feel, at
iear of Lots A, 1$, C, D ; has a
frontage on a new road t(5
feet wide, connecting with
main road to Park.
LOT F Adjoining Lot E; sizo M0 by
LOT G Adjoining Lot F; size 140 by
LOT H Adjoining Lot G ; sie 140 by
LOT I Adjoining Lot H; sie M0 by
All these Lois nre level nnd well
planted with class. The Wniklki Cats
run past the fiout of the Lots.
The Lots arc situated about 50 1 set
fiom the beach.
Parties purchasing auy of these Lots
will receive gialis a 20 year lease ot'tO
feet of land on the hcuch, for erection of
bath-houses nnd bathing facilities.
Rents payable semi-annually in ad.
A Chart of tho Property can herein
at my Salesroom.
TEor further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
391 22t Auctioneer.
A. G-. SILVA,
07 Hotel St., opposite Bethel St.
Cabinet "Work Neatly Done.
Furniture! Repaired & Polished.
JVEaLtiug- fc CnrpetH .n.id.
jjQyWork well and piomptly done at
reasonable piiees. iiOO lm
Tax Collector's Notice, 1889.
rpHE undersigned Deputy Aesor
X. and Collector of Taxes for the DK
tiletof AValluku, Island of Maui, II. I.,
hereby gives notice that he will he at
tho following places on tho dates given,
for the purpose of collecting t:txe:
TUESDAY, Xov. 12th, ISSfl, at Mal.ona
THURSDAY. Xov. 11th, lobf), at Wni-
MOXUAY, Nov. IStli, 188!), at Walkapn
TUESDAY, Xov. 25th, 18!), at Kahului
On nil other days during tho mouth
of November and December (-undav?
excepted) fiom f) a. in. to I p. in. dally
and ou Satiuday from !) n. in. to VI
noon at his olllco at Walluku.
All amounts over $10 must bo pa'd In
U.S. gold coin, or in Hawaiian Sf) Cer
lilleales of Deposit.
Taxes i emnlnlug unpaid after Deeein
ber lfitli will be subject lo an additional
chili 0 of 10 per cent.
.Ino. II. STKLI.IXO,
Depulv ARsew-or & Collector of Tui-
Di-.li let of Walluku, Maud of
Walluku, Maul, II. L, Xov. 1, lSS'.l.
Notice to Tax Payers, 1889,
rpiIE undersigned Deputy
JL and Collector of Taxe-
Dlhtrlet of Makawao, Ll.uul of Maul,
hereby gives notice (o the tax paycio of
the said district, that bu will meet tlicin
nt the lime and places below specilled
for Ihc piupftM of lecelvlng their taxes
for A. D. lbbli:
SATURDAY, Nov. :!0lh. 18S0, at Huelo
MONDAY, Dec. 2d, 18V.), at Pauwela
TUKSDAY, Dee. Hid, lfiS'J, at Pnla
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 1th, lb89, at Jas.
THURSDAY, Dec. 0th, IS.'.i, at D. El-
FRIDAY. Dec. Cth, 1680, at J. K. Kii-
And on all other daH during the
mouth of November and of December to
the 1Mb at his olllco at the (Jioe
Ranch, Mukawnn, Maul.
All amounts oer $10 must bu paid iu
U. S. gold coin or 820 Hawaiian Cciil
llcalen of Deposit". fr
Taxes ieiuainlnC unpaid after Dec.
IDlh will bo chaiged 10 per cent, addi
tional. W.u. P. FEXXKLL,
Deputy Asbe&bor & Collector of Taxes
MnUwoo, Xny, Ifit, JgMl, jllic 2y
Is issuing a new form of insurance which provide", in the event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition to tho amount of the policy, or, should tho insured ituvive a given number of yean, the Company will
return nil tho premiums paid with'intercst; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the lecal holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WIT HOLT FURTHER PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, take in
lieu thereof the nmount of policy and piofits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, participating annually in dividends.
TtiMiiPtnbnr. this pnnlmc-t U UqupiI
;t is Issued
gest Financial Institution in
,....., .. .-..-
daT" For full particulars call on or
(tinier Ale, Hi)
cor All coiiiiiumicalions
.hut ltecelvcd a New Lot of
For Sale in Quantities lo Pint
391 Queen Street. lv
Appointment of Adminis
trator. NOTICE is hereby given thot the
undersigned has this day been
appointed by the Supicmn Court, tem
porary admiuUliutoi of tlie estate of K.
Goto, of Ilouokiui, di-eeased. All per
soofl holding property be'nnging to tho
said Calate uie requested to promptly
account for same.
K. M. SW'AXZY.
Honolulu, Xov. I, ltS!. yu , l w
Valuable Properly For Halo
OU Nun mil A ven ii.-,
newly luriilt-bed ','.s
IIoiiku I'oiitiilnlii looms.
kitchen, bntliioom, i Insciv, cunhigu
house, stable, heneiy, ete. Uicumls
contain 2 2 10 acres, well laid out iu
lawns, shnda and fruit tries, lloweis,
etc. Will be Mild low, with or without
furniture, hort-es, cairiage", livestock,
and all the appointments needed in a
llrst-olass icsidence, as tho owner in.
lends leaving tliebo Islands.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage To Let.
NEAT Cottage, iu pe.--fee
t onler, containing 4
rooms, mosriulto nrool. our-
lurnishi'd, with largo kitchen,
rccs. etc. Conveniently lneated.
shade trees, etc
Rent $20 per month to good tenant
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOEXOY.
vy a small rooms,
with bath room, dlninir-room
and kitchen detnehed, ou Keknulika
street, opposito Hotel stieel. Rent $10
iter month. Apply nt
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AfJENOY.
nnHE best leuicdy for
X wounds, ulcers,
galls, proud llcsh and
sores of every deserln-
-tlon to neisons or ani
mals. Adopted by leading horso rall
load, club and livery stables, etc., In
tho United States and elsowheie. We
nie prepaied to piovo this statement by
testimonials and rcfeieuccs to pluutcis
and liverymen In this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOENOY
A LARGE assortment of I'hotoginplis
and Stereoscopic Views of the
most attractive scenery, buildings, etc,
Iu llioriB Islauds, for sale at icnsnuuhla
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOENOY.
Comer Foil and Merchant Htrccts.
by the oldest Life Insurance Company
its assets exceeding One Hundred and
iiv the oldest Life Insurance Company
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
mid orders should be addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
. TrHSlSPACE IS' RESERVED
Chas. J. Fish-el's New Advertisement
NOTICE ol' REMOVAL.
QANDER'S Baggage Express Office
O hasiemoved to the olu stand, No.
81 King street, directly opposito the one
recently occupied. 1)78 lm
Horso & Carriage Eor Sale.
HOUSE is young,
round and gentle.
broken to saddle and
Imrnet-B. Double Carnage in good
onler. Low price. Apply at ibis ollicc.
J7UTRNISHED Rooms to let,
. Eouihwest corner of
Punchbowl and Bcrctaniu
slieets, would bo veiy convenient for a
small family. 2S5 Cm
European Billiard Parlors.
qpiIE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in
JL tho city, and fitted up In the most
appiovc.il fetyle. Four tables with all tho
.1. P. BOWEN it CO.,
270 tf Propiietors.
rpHE undersigned Deputy AsHcsxor &
X Collector of Taxes for tho District
of Lahaiua, Island of Maui, hereby
gives notico to tho tax payers ot thu
said district that he will meet them at
tho timo and pluons below spec! lied for
tho purpose of receiving their taxcB
A. D. 18S!):
Nov. nth, ISbll, alKii.
7th, 1881), nt Hono.
FRIDAY, Nov. 8th,
1 889, at Kaana-
18th, 1889, at
And all other days during tho mouth of
November and of December, lo ihe 15th
day, ut his olllco In tho Court limine at
Deputy Assessor & Collector ot Taxes,
District of Lahaina, Maui.
Lihaluo, Maui, Oct. 22, 18&K. Mshw
ALL persons are hereby forbidden
fiom trespassing and shooting
upon the land known as Kenhua in
Waiawa, Ewa, said land having been
leased to mo by Mrs. Lcihulu Morrle.
All trespassers will bo prosecuted.
October 80, 18SH. uw lw
in the United States, and the Lar-
in the United States, and the Lti
Twenty-Six Millions of Hollars.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Dr. M. E. GROSSMAN,
Will return on tho Australia due Nov
ember lCth and resume practice at his
former oiHre, iH Hotel strcot. S83 tit
MR. BARNFIELD will give Instruc
tion in Painting and Drawing at
his studio, Sprcclccliv Block, on Tues
days, Thursdays and Satuidaya after
noon, commencing October 20tb. The
course includes Freehand and Mecha
nical Drawing, Perspective, Etc. Draw,
ing uud Shading from the object.
Monochrome Painting nnd Painting
from Nature, Still Lite, Etc., In oil and
watercolors Letters may bo addressed
lo P. O. Box No. 4M. 380 lw
. HARRY J. AGNEW, ou account
of leavlnir the Kingdom to locate
iu California, offeis for salo thePio
perty owned by him. Said Piopeity
consists of his present icsidence at
Kapiolani Park known as "Greenlleld,"
ibis Piopeity must bo examined to be
iippicclnicd. The House Is nearly new
and well built ami of tho best material.
Tho Stables are commodious, very handy
and ample room for tho storage of car
i luges, feed, etc., in addition to that It
hah been the homo of such horses as
'Angle. A.," "Johnny Goldsmith,"
"Queen Knplolnnl," ''Mink," and
others that will long bo remembered by
tho public of Honolulu. Also, the
Household Furniture iu said house.
Tho Land has a frontage on tho main
iivenuv of tho Patk of 2,'0 feet and u
depth of 200 feet. Also,
About 10 Acres of Land, formerly u
part of tho Luualllo Estate, and lying
between tho pioperlv of W. H. Balloy
and Jas. Campbell, Esq. Also,
A Beautiful Building Lot of about 3d
Acies joining tho Hue ieidcuco of Cecil
Brown, Esq. Also,
About 20 Lots In Kapiolani Park.
All that Piece of Land with Improve
ments, coiner Pcusacola and Ktuaii
streets, now occupied by Chas. A.
Brown, Esq. Also,
Shares iu Waimanalo Sugar Co.,
Mutual Telephone Co. and Kapiolani
1 Flue Top Buggy, 1 Road Curt, 1
Phaeton, 1 Sulky, Double and Slnglu
Harness, Boots, Bltts, Bridleii, Saddles, '
and a complete outllt for bicaklngand
K2 For particulars and pi ices apply
to II. J. AUNKW.
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