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P Hi? AlJTllofilfV Ilea iii llio Inr'ijfcsl, itd&rcc Is the bc3t
Rf - man, and therefore the proper 111:111
Tax I'ullectoi-'M Not lor, IHMrlct ir
lloiiululu, lMlaiiil.nl' Ouliu.
Tax payers in this DisMicl nio
liorcby notified that the ta.es for tlie
em rent year will bo duo and paya
ble, at the office of the Tax Assessor
iiud -Collector in the Kapuaiwa
llttilding, on the 1st day of Novem
ber, A. 1). 1880.
The olliee is open fiom ! a. m. to
4 i. M. daily (Sundays excepted), and
on Satutduy.s olliee close at 12 o'clock
All amounts over $10 mut be paid
in U. H. Gold Coin or Hawaiian Cor
tilicntes of Deposit.
Taxes not paid befoto the loth day
of December next will be liable to
Hiiit with 10 per cent, and costs
added. T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
Taxes, Distiict of Komi.
S. 31. Damon',
Minister of Finance. 405 I'M
Deptn-lntcnt of luterior.
SATURDAY, the Kith of Novem
ber, 188!), being the tV'.itl Anniver
sary of the lliith of His Majesty the
King, will he observed a a National
Holiday, and all Public Offices
throughout the Kingdom will be
closed on that day.
L. A. THURSTON,
401 2t Minihterof the Iuteiior.
His Majesty the King and the
Queen, will hold a reception at lolani
l'ulnce, on SATURDAY, November
Kith, from 11 o'clock a. m. to 12:130
o'clock p. M. The older of loception
will be as follows :
At 11 a. m. The Chancellor of the
Kingdom, His Majesty's. Ministeis,
the Pichident of the Legislature of
the Hawaiian Kingdom, and Judges
of the Supreme Court.
11 :lf a. m. Privy Councillois and
Members of the Lcgi'-lattiie of the
llt.'JO a. .v. The Diplomatic Itep
lcsenlativos, accredited to (bo Court
11:15 a.m. The Consular C'oips.
1:2 m. Admir.il Kimbeily and
Staff, .mil the C.iplniiih and Ofl'ienti
of the ships of war in port.
12:1.") r. m. Government Officials.
L.idies and gentlemen defiling to
pay their iepects to Their Majesties
upon this occasion, will call at the
l'alaco between the hoiri.s above
stated, and he pioenled dining the
intervals betwern Hie official pn-
Office of His Miije.-ly'.s I'liamhei
lain, lolani J'.il.rce, November
12, 188!), 402 It
Pledged to wither Sect nor P.trty,
Hut eitublishtd for the henefit of all.
FIRDAY, NOV. 15, 1889.
11 Uullleo II.
"Help Yourself" the author of
a communication in the Hullktix
has discovered that celestial aitizans
in Honolulu derive considerable sup
port from foreigners' patronage.
Just exactly so; and "Help Your
self" might have addeil that some
parties who complain of, surd talk
ngainst, Chinese competition, are
among the patrons.
"The making ol the sidewalk be
longs to the owner of the piopcrty,
which it adjoins," says the Adver
tiser, and the piopo-dtiou is an ac
cepted fact. Hut why olionld the
making ol the sidewalk be the duty
of the propei ty owner any 111010
t hau the making of the caniago
way? The sidewalk does not belong
to the adjoining propei (y owner: it
is a part of the public thorough
fart'. The election of Chief Kngineer
and Assistants ol the I'ire Depart
ment is the matter which most
interests our firemen af the present
time. The election will take place
on Monday, December 2. Well,
boys, you can't do better than no
minate your best men, and cast your
ballots for the best of those iiomin
iited, Clear judgment, decision, and
ability to command at the time of n
lire, am necessary (pudillcalions es
pecially of the Chief. Now, 1 would
say that the candidate, whoever he
.may be, who possesses these quail-
"ijyslander" can't see that our
system of Responsible Government,
so called, as constituted by our
famous Constitution which tool: so
many groat men, with just sullleieiit
natural ability to cieale confusion in
a pig pen, six or eight days to mulct,
bears any close relation cither to
the American or the English system.
That Is just where ho is right. Dur
ing the last session of the Legisla
ture there were volumes of talk in
the house and columns of print in
the newspapeis about "responsible
government" and how responsible
government was exercised in Great
Hritain, most of which went to show
the ignorance of the talkcts and
writers of the matter talked and
If the King can do nothing, "un
less otherwise expressed," without
"the adviee and consent" of his
Ministers, then if the Ministers re
sign the King is powerless to accept
their resignations if they decline to
advise him to do so. Then if the
Ministers tender their resignations,
and the King, by their advice, ac
cepts, he cannot appoint si new
cabinet, because he lisis no Ministers
to advise him to that course. Ami
if the retiring Ministers are to be
the King's advisers until their suc
cessors arc commissioned, he can
commission only the men they advise.
"What absurd possibilities are created
by our jumbled Constitution !
Trial by jrny is one of the much
vaunted institutions of which Kn-
glish-speaking people, everywhere,
boast. The idea of being tried by
twelve fellowmcn for any misdoing
with which you may be charged,
looks and sounds very pretty.
These men being of "like passions"
with the accused, and being liable
to be placed in ihe same posi
tion as he, arc supposed to lean to
the side of mercy, and that is why
this method of trial is popular.
And yet some people whom 1 hear
talk seem to think that a jury has
nothing to do but follow the judge's
dictation, and if that dignitary in
timates a wish on one side their find
ing must be in accordance therewith.
If so, where is the advantage of trial
by jury? If the judge is to dictate
the verdict, then dispense with the
jury altogether, for in that case the
jury is simply a cumbersome, ex
pensive, and useless farce. Hut in
reality it is the right and duty of
the gentlemen of the jury to lind a
verdict accoiding to theii own con
victions of the evidence, no matter
which way the judge may exhibit a
leaning. They are tiro judges of
the evidence, while they receiio the
law from him.
I have always been told that in
law a person accused of a dime is
supposed to be innocent until he is
proved to be guilty. 1 don't quite
understand how that can be; for if
he is supposed to be innocent why
charge him with crime in the first
place? Anyhow, a person in the
habit of isiting our high courts will
never acquire the belief that a man
accused of wrong-doing in this coun
try is supposed to he innocent until
proved guilty; for the ollieeis of the
law seem to assume that the poor
fellow is certainly guilty, and they
try their hardest to make them ap
pear so, whether he is or not.
A statistical statement prepared
by the Minister of Finance shows
that there aic 1,700 persons in the
public service of this country, and
that of this number 1,18-1 are Ha
waiian born arrd 012 of foreign birth,
dust look at that, say some people,
there arc nearly double as many nsi
livcs as foreigners holding govern
ment billets. Just so, but there are
many more than double as many na
tives as foreigner! lcsltling In the
country, anil the percentage of for
eigners holding olllco is 'considera
bly greater than that of natives.
What has produced such a change
in the Advertiser faction? Fiom a
recent intimation about relegating
the unlive Hawaiian to the relative
position of the American Indian, it
has now come to querying w bother
making a native Hawaiian a Minis
ter of tlie Crown wouldn't be who
policy, "il, by so doing, harmony
and tho publio interest can be con
served. " The secict of the change
is given away in the following quo
tation: "The suggestion if. ceitninly
one well woitby of consideration on
the eve of an election which must
have an impottant influence on tho
future of Hawaii Ncl." "The eve
I of an election" woiks prodigies,
THE klHQ'S BlIltllUAY.
To-morrow, Xovmnbcr lGtli, be
ing the ilfty-third anniversary of Ills
Majesty King Kalaktiun's birth, is si
public holiday, which the Bw.i.rriN
wilt observe by suspending publica
tion for the day, out of honor to the
King, obedience to (he Govern
ment's proclamation, and the avid
ity of both lileraiy surd mechanical
staffs to takeniespilc from their
exhausting toil. On the eve of the
auspicious occasion we take the op
portunity of tendering to His Maj
esty our continued and sincere re
gard, hoping that the remainder of
his reign may be glorious, and the
afternoon of his life ever joyful.
FAITH IN THE FUTURE.
We have faith in the country in
its resources, in ils future. It is
prosperous to a degree which most
of our own people do not realise.
The value of our expoila i probably
greater, per capita, than those of
any other country. The year's crop
of our principal product, sugar, has
been marketed at unusually profit
able pi ices. Wc arc continuing to
make advancement in enlaiging and
adding to our enterprises. A new
and a great veiituro in tire line of
sugar production, with brilliant
prospects, Is starting in earnest on
tlie Island of Kauai. Tlie first sec
tion of the Oahu railroad is about to
be opened, which is going to be the
means of starting new enterprises
and inducing the cultivation of
rich but hitherto neglected lands.
Our material prospects are quite en
couraging, and our political sky is
not ol that gloomy hue which some
nervous ncople fancv. Within two
yeais ami five month" we have pass
ed thiongh two revolutions, or, if
you wish, one revolution and an in
surrection. The former was blood
less, and lcsulted in tangible bene
fits, along with some surmountable
unpleasant concomitants. The lat
ter cost a few precious lives, but
has probably taught a few lessons
also, that it is hoped will he produc
tive ot good. The predominating
feeling among all good citizens, na
tive Hawaiian and forcigir born, now
seems to be that wc ha e had enough
the turmoil of foice and the men
ace of arms, and that the revolu
tions of the future must be effected
by the legitimate use of the ballot
and the constitutional power of the
Legislature. Every true fiiend of
the people and well-wisher of the
country will do his duty by foster
ing this sentiment. Whatever evils
or wiongs are believed to exist, let
them be wiped out in a peaceable
and constitutional way. The elec
tions aic at hand, and tire people
have it in their power to send to the
national assembly in their interests
true and honest men. If the people
fail to use this power wisely, and
allow foolish prejudices or any other
cause to induce tlie choice of incom
petent, inexperienced, or otherwise
unfit men, they will have nobody
but themselves to blame for the un
satisfactory consequences, and
should have the manliness to endure
them with patience.
A PLEASANT PARTY.
The losidencc of the Hon. Alex
Young, Heretania street, was the
scene of a very pleasant galbeiing
yesterday evening. A farewell din
ner was given in honor of his
daughter, Miss Susie Young, who
leaves next week on the Australia
for Oakland, California. The grounds
were most brilliantly illuminated
with colored lanterns', the effect as
seen from the street In approaching
the house being very striking. The
parlor were tastily decorated with
flowers anil evergreens. The ver
anda leading from the house to the
dining ball was draped with Hags,
and the Hawaiian string band under
direction of Mr. Merger occupied
a position here and played during
tho evening for dancing in tliu most
acceptable manner. The invited
guests were veiy cordially received
by .Mr. and Miss Young, and a most
delightful evening was spent by all
present. Refreshments were served
at an interval In the dances. Miss
Young is esteemed by a large circle
ot friends who will wish her a plea
sant oyago and quick leturn to
HEW ISLAND STEAMER.
Tho Wilder'H Steamship Company
liavo purchased the hteamer Do)
Noito of 2U7 tons net. She was
built eighteen months ago, has lino
cabin accommodation, and ca.ii sloani
nine knots an hour. Sho was obar
Icrcd to bring to Honolulu consider
able freight that tho Australia left
bohlnd, and was to leave San Fran
cisco, ia lviiliului, on the l.llh. Sho
will come in charge ol Capt. J. A.
King, with Kveielt chief engineer
and Wallace punter. The Del Kotte
will land a (eckload of cargo at Iva
hului and then fjoino direct to
F YOU WANT A SITUATION,
. atlvertUe hi the "Dully liiilielln."
FIRST BUSINESS DN THE OAHU
The Hi !.i.i.i in has sccllrcU tliu
honor of the first pnid passenger
ticket issued by the Oahu Railway
and Land Compiny. It is flrst-chiss
for the round tiip. Honolulu to I Iti
lawa, Pearl River Division, dated
November 18, 188!), and was bought
by Mr. Wray Taylor on behalf ot
the Duly Hrn.rTiw
The llrst way bill for ficight has
been issued to Mr. W. IL Ale
Wayne, being for forty bunches of
Volume C of tho above reports
has just been published by order
ol tlie Justices of the Supreme
Court, copies of which arc now for
sale at the Clerk's olllcc, at So per
book. This volume contains deci
sions of the Justices at chambers
not appealed from, from LSiit! to
date arranged chronologically. Al
though many of the decisions te
poitcd in this volume have hitheilo
been printed in the local newspa
pers, revised contemporaneously by
the judges who wtote them, still
more than onc-lhiid of them have
never appeared in print, and these
have been found by searching the
lccords in the Cleik's office, and
are given veibalini.
The task of searching the records
and compilation of the decisions was
left to 1'olice Jus) ice Fostcr,and the
whole arrangement of the woik is a
ciedit to that gentleman. The
head-noles and indexing was also
by the compiler.
' It is the intention of the Justices
of the Supreme Couit to repot t all
current decisions, and wc learn that
volume 7 is in course of publication
for that purpose. Tito volume 7
will not only contain decisions of
the lull Court, but will also include
(by way of an appendix) opinions
1 dative to questions ptopounded In
the Supreme Court Justices by tie
King, the Legislature and the Cabi
Wc are also informed that Vol
umes 1 and 2 aic now being ic
printed in older to complete the
whole series fiom first to last, co
pies of these not being available ex
cept those that aic kept in the Law
Hawaiian Opera House,
Siitnrtlsty Kvomshsj;. Xov. 1.lli,
AssHcil liy landing 1ciil Aririlcuis
ami llic'ln,i 11 iwuiiiiii Uainl.
tSyriie lio plan I'd' lire salt- of -.cnlh
will open t.t M-. I. .1. I i-vrj 's ullltc,
Monti 11 v, No. Hid, til !) oVlo.k . i.
v A (t)IT.V(!R rifwlj p iittui
liifcaSal -I ror:ii ithouibuildingiiaml
lirge yard, situate twodows from corner
Alsipa'l and Kitini Micels Teirns un.
Fotiublc to ii i;oo i I'Mi'int Anplv lo
-10") t 4-i iMiTfliint street.
FOR saiLh CUE A l
O H.'Cimd.liaiid Cut.
O under Cntri'iues.
j'it newly painted; ami
3 Top Uucfiii- i.ml 1 Kiirt elii'-s Pulkv,
all of uhicli :ui-in pood order. Apjly
V. V. WRIOIITA..SOX,
101 Iw Kin Miui'l.
51 E RT I N 1 3f OTTCl
Sr.Ml-AN'N'l'AL nicflbii,' of the
lloitdof 'I mslees nl i!i.' Oncrn's
Hospital will l; lielil on TIIl'ltKDA Y,
The I2ih December, IS1-!!, nl tlie ronint
of Hie tJIsionliei of tldiimeico id 10
o'clock a. v.. Anit'iiihnt'iit 10 Ihu 15y.
law. Per unlet.
F. A. SCIIACFI'.R,
Honolulu, Nov. 11, 1SSD. 102 til
Pet "S. S. Allhlliilil,"
At The Beaver Saloon
IE. .. XOiTH, l'riiivlulwr.
-t m 'Jt
FOR SAN FKANCIHCO,
The A I Htfimihliip
Will li live Honolulu fin the above
Friday, Rflov. 22, '89
For Frtlglit or I'iushc. ll'ly hi
WM. 0. IltWIN Si CO, Ageuti.
3" W Ji k 2.
- ,7 "lu s-r I t-a Vi& -.
Is issuing a new form ot insuiance which provides, in the event of death, for a leturn of all premiums paid in ad
tlilion to tin amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
leturn all the premiums pairl willinteicst ; or, instead of accepting the policy and piolits in cash Ihe leual holder
innr, WITHOUT 3,IBI)R'AI.KXAMINATH)NiimI WITIKM'T l-THTHM. PAYMKNTOF I'RKMIFMS, take in
lieu thereof Ihe amount of policy and profits in 1-TI.LY PAID l I" insurance, pailicipaling annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the Trilled Slates, and the I, in
gest Finnncial Institution in tiro World, il. assets ewivdiug One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions tif Dollars.
JCttf" For full particulars call on or address
TAHITI : L
Giiipr Ale, Hep Ale, Gnate, Rasplernaiii, Sarsaprilla,
MINERAL WATERS, ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
cT All ('onnuunlt'iitioiiH
ffZQ&i OOTl'AOK ol four mom-.
fi3V?Ti! iU"' ','" '"' " '" "r '"" "'
fca2Si2iS 'own. Kin rly ol limn mnl
wile no rliiiilren. Ailifie-is "K " ilii-
olllce. -101 lw
sk a A 1IOUSK coitlniiiiiii; 1 iirlil
,S"S?S XX 101 un on Km"; slrei-t
gg!&ni-nrKau.tiiilHn'hi!i h. Unit
?iU per month Apolv to
102 lw Km I st n-1
.. a A
!',CK5 a. FiiiiiUIh'iI Itot iii t mi
y-g8 Mil hit: of p uloi, li-ilriioinnnd
luih room aitjumiii;!; ioosii.u- rooms.
Apply "Niltimiu Avenui'," i poMle Ami1
lle.tu Le.atlon, two iliitirs l.elinv iclo o'
st reel. M.'i il
WANTED A PA ItTit! EXTS
ft IL'KMSHKI), f., i- a Mnnll
i54vV?o - liunily loivim vnli
gSS2! plain lioird , m pirate I'ni.
tatc Willi liui iltinil e.iiiwiileiiefs would
liu preierre.il, and neiu n it- e oflr. et
curs Htmt' 'tnrlii'lvi1 teiint to "Mfiiti,"
Hfi.i.KfiS Olli ot Ml IJJv
Vahiabu rroiiiTiy for Halt
Oi rttmiuiti Aviini.-, 11
ni.U'K' 1 in n ivlied 'J vt.11 v
SMil IIohm (ifiliiiiiui4 S rt tutrx.
kitchin, Ii ilii-ot 111, ilo.'c-f, etirnt:"
liouse. btllile, lienery, e'f. lIuuiiiU
contiliii 2 a.lt) iicres, Mullbild 0111 in
law ii', flimlti nml fiuil 11 fen, llowerp,
etc. Will bt'Hiltl low, Willi or willioul
I iirninite, hoituj, csirtingu'', live hioel,,
iiiul 11M lite uppolntincuts iiteilitl in .1
llirit-clnss rt'sltlutifP, in tin1 nwiii'i -lit.
HMIlN It'llVlllfV tlif-o Islniiils.
HAWAIIAN HFSlNKriH AOKNUV.
a v NKAT Cottajje, in pti.-.
iSVit "- 't f!"'L'r ii'iiiniiiK -1
fcns,IA-H rooms, inostpiiio ptnof, par.
tiitlly fiirulslietl, wi'h largo kilclien,
t-hnili' litct, etc. t'onveiiltnily loeuttd.
Kent PM per inntitli to (rood teimnt.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
feESai with bull 10
ONTAINING i luge and
Hlri t-1, upposilti lloifl tlieel. lifiil f 10
per monlli. App'vru
HAWAIIAN BISINKSS AGLNUY.
rpilE best reinrily for
1 woiuiils, ulcers,
gulls, prouu Itc-fcli mill
Mire-, of evt'iv iUoi in-
i&S' - Hon to nersons or aiil-
niiils. Ailopleil by leading houtt rall
intul, t'luh and hveiy ht.ibleii, ett;,. in
llin I'nltt'il .Slates anil flt-owlx-iu. Wo
an prt'imiiMl to inomilils slati'inent by
leMiiiionlaU and irfpienci", to phnin'i.s
ant) liverymen In tliU Kingdnni,
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGI'INCY
ami Hiort'osenpju A'lew.s of llin
tniisl aittiipllve frcenory, biillilhig-,, elc ,
In IlifbU Inlands, fort:ilu at letiMimdile
1IAWAJIAX BUSINESS AOKNOY.
Ooincr Foil nml Men-hunt .streets.
OF IVXCW YOIfcls:
ILZjK. liyiaV, Mnagi.-.
utul t)i'lfi Khoultl ho ntltlrt'SHOtl to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Gent's Fine Blue Flannel Suits,
Yoiinjj Mimi's lllatd: Fioncb Diagonal Suilhl
llnys Fini' Lielil Weight Cassimeio Suilsl
t.ont's Fine N eel; wear, Hosiery, Ihideiwt'ai I
(IKNT'S BLACK', 11KOWN and OUKV
FINE STIFF FELT HATS.
j& All lire nbovi- (ioods ait NEW GOODS and NEW DESIGNS, and
will In- Mild at VEItY LOW F1GUKES at
Chas. J. FSSHEL'S,
'l'lio Leading Millinery Ifous-e, Corner Fort it Hold sts.
CRYSTAL -:- SODA -:- WORKS,
JOHN OKACE, : : Proprietor.
SOLH MANl'FAOTintEKH of "THE GREAT BLOOD
SARSAFABJLLA and IEOH WATEE,
Ginger Ale, Sarsaparilla, Lemon, Cream & Plain Soda.
. ji iaji i;rs- i-j ci njiit. 1
gT ALL AEKATKI) WATK15S GUABANTFED 1MIUK &QI
n.i ici.ncj s'rKiaifl'r ." i
Mutual Telephone 330 -iQ3a o-aer Boll Telephone 298
r"Ihhiiul oidi'iH inomplly atteruletl to. nov-S-S'J-lim
lr. M. E. (jlKOSSMAN,
Will iflinri on llin AiiHlrnliii tliio Nov.
emliei Kith nml rux.iiiii! print!eit lit liis
lormur olllen, U-t llottl hiren'. y8!i ul
iOtiropoan ISilllarcl Turlors.
rpilE HniitlnoiiiCFt liillianl P.irloia in
1 tlie eily, null lltteil up in the most
approved i.tyle. Four tithius w illi all the
.1. 1 liOWKy & CO.,
270 If i'roirienm.
T, It. .J. M. UAMAUA, Jit., IniH ro.
1JL moved to Him olllcc ol tint I'ortu.
Ktiosii Con-idtite, Hnom 10, SpietKeh,'
Itlock, Fortftruet. 401) lw
1IIAVB iIiIh ilav Mild llio 'I'lihUl
l.enion.i'le Work i to 'In Tuhltl
l.einoiimlit V oihtiOnipiiuv, mid re(tit-!t
mi iminudlntt! hitllement wllii tun ol' nil
oiilt.tniidlii ficuiiurlH. All lulls due liy
tlie lain liiisIiit'Mi will ho iihld by
.1. E. IHtOWN.
Ilimobdii, (iil.ai.lHWI K01 1 in
TTAVING limiL'lil out 1
Vi. Phjjo in the ' lloiiolnlil U.liritigi:
.1) iniifneimy," al p 1'iul ttreel, I inn
preimred to continue Urn abovti IiUhIiii-ss
iimlei the o'd iiuinu of Honohdu (Jif
rlagn Munuliicloiy, mnl liehig un old
experiencid rurriage builder 1 folicil
tint liulionaRi! ol my old fib mis and the
iiulillc in general, mnl with iriyllminugli
i.iio'.vlriliiii ol llio liiihinesH ami witi c.y
pei lent cd W'oikiiica and iiwinr imly tliu
lies! material I nuuiaiitee crucial biilU.
fiittlnn. Please cull and hie me befoie
Jfouolulu, Oct. 28, 1880, VJ tf
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
"VrOTICB In heieby givtn Hint nl a
Jul muelhii; of the MockhnldeiR of tlm
iiliove named Company held in Hoeo
lulu, II iwniinir miitniN, on November
'Jr.d, IritJ'.l, it was voted to nccept (lie
Olmiter of Incorporation artniud by tlie
Hiiwniinii Government. Notice is fm.
Iliur given thai the limit nf tin id charier
id lifry yeuis and Uin liiibilily ol the
sloi'lcliol'ilerti limited to llio unioimt tine
arid imp lid on llio bham. 'I he follow.
iiigouUt'iii weiu elcclul for llio Pitfiuluy
II. 1. Kildwbi rrcsldenl.
G. W. Macf.iiliine...Viee.l'rL'i,iiU'Ui.
I. A. Hopper Secietaiy,
K. M. Walfh TrcPS'iei.
V, O, .lonefl Auilitoi,
And tlie! following wciu uiecled an
II. I. IWIdwin, IO.lt, lliflrnp,
G. W, Mnrl.irliinc, G. N. Wlho,
I. A. Hopper, I It, Cation,
l-J. M. Wal.h I
W. L. llOIM'ICJl,
titetelttiv pio tcin
lloiioluhl, Nov. 4, lt-ti). UW lm.112 41
fPO Ihe Creditors of (I. AlCONf).
L birikrnpt, of Kuiltiii, ivrinii, Hu.
mill, iiiitu iitiiii'e;
Tliiil llio tiniliTHlKiicd, AssKjneii of the
5M a lo ol fl, A KONG, hiiiiUiirii. of Kui.
in, Konn, Hawaii, bus irfif arntory to
uu llnal aecoiint and lilvltleml. nib.
milKil his account as eiuq, Atslgm-e anil
llled the bhiiii! Iiefoio j(Ioa S. H. Dole,
AoHocIalf iliiiiliro of tide eiipreinc Conn,
at hs Chainherf, to hnir Int will at III
o'clock A ir., on MWNliAY, tliu 20ih
of November, 18811 nfiply for a ten lenient
ol mid itrcniint aif,', , t, ilLcliaise.
fr.un all liulilbty n, Sn(., Assignee, apd
for an oidei Id inul&i. u linttl dividend.
And that any tforbon lntetestul may
then and there Appear ami contest the
same. . p, y, UACKFELJl,
, , A5Xlguen Kdtnto (I, Akong.
Honolulu, Sjov jy, 18SH, 4D1 4.1
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