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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, IT. L, .LAXUARY 11, IBM).
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H BY AUTHORITY.
'. H District, 1st Precinct !
UK IKF.AUI.I 111 . ,,,
g Kepistratlou oi" Voters !
The Inspectors of Election fur I lie
2ml Digtiict, 1-t Pieciuet, Honolulu,
will hold meetings for Registeting
.Voters nml collecting the Register,
on THURSDAY, Jan. 10th, froui I!
to G p. m., nt Maemne Chinch, on
SATURDAY, .Ian. 18th, at Stoic,
coiner of Niiuami and P.iuo.i sheet,
between the mine bouts, ami on
MONDAY, Jan. 2(llh. .it Pauoa
Ohm eh, same hours.
ALFRED W. CARTER,
Chairman of inspcctoiaol' Election,
1-st Pieeitu't, 2ml Histi'iet.
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1st District, 1st Preciuct !
Iispectora' Notice of Time ami Place
For Registering Voteis.
The Inspector of Klection loi the
Irt 1'ieeiiiet ol the Nt Distiiet of
Honolulu (the Nt I'reeinot com
prises thill poilion lying cast of
Punahou stieet fiom the mountain
to the sea) will hold meetings foi
Rec'isiei'm" Voteis and eorieeting the
Register, WEDNESDAY, Jan. l.'nh,
1890, between the bonis of 2 r. m. and
.) p. si at the ofliee of the Hawaiian
Cariiage Manufaetoiy, Queen stieet.
ANo meetings for Regiotiation of
Voteis will be held at Long Pianeh
Bathe, Waikiki, TUESDAY, Jan.
Utli, SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, fiom 7
to H p. m at ICamoiliili Chuieh, Jan.
17th, same hours, and at Woodlawn
D.iiiy l'iemNe., Jan. 20th, fiom C
to H p. xi.
E. G. SCIIl'MAN,
Clialnuan of Inspcetois 1st Pre
cinct of 1st, District. -117 til
3rfl District, 1st Precinct!
Registration cf Voters.
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing will bo held in the Nt Piecinct,
"id District, "Honolulu, at the Hono
lulu Rifles Annoiy, Deietania stieet,
on MONDAY, Jan. 1.1th, between the
hours of 7 and H p. i on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. Uilh, .-aine hours, and on
FRIDAY, Jan. 17th, and SATUR
DAY AFTERNOON, from 4 to 0, foi
the pin pose of Registeiing Voteis and
correcting the Register. These meet
ings will Tie continued fiom week to
week at the same place on the .-anio
day and hours as above.
J-17 tl Cliaiiman.
Sit District M Precinct, !
in.voi.ri.r. 0.4IH .
Rf gi.tration of Voters !
The Inspectors of Election for the
2nd Precinct of Distiiet .', Honolulu,
Halm, will meet in said Piecinct at
the Reformatory School for the pur
pose of Registering Voteis for Nobles,
and Repiesentative, and collecting
the Register, on THURSDAY, Jan.
Ifllh, fiom, K to 10 a. m. and fiom -J
lo 7 p. m., on Jan. 18th, fiom 8 to 10
. M. and from -1 to 7 p. si., and on
Jan. 22nd. from 8 to 10 a. si. and'
Horn -1 to 7 p. si. Notice of fuither
meetings will be gieu at the above
"l'lease biing your Ta Re
ceipts. gjtT'Dw 2nd Piecinct of the ."th
Distiiet, compiiFcs all that poition
of the District m.ikai of King .street
and west of the mad up Kulihi
Valley. W. L. WILCOX,
C'haiiman of Inspectors nf P.leelion
2nd Piecinel, ."ith Dislrht, Ho
nolulu, Oahu. 118 tf
In ncronlnnre with Section I of
Chapter XXVlf. of the law of 18S(i,
all peisons holding rater piiwlcges
or those paying water rales, aieheie
by notified that Ihc water lates. for
thetenn ending June .'10, ISHO, will
lie due and payable at the ollice of
the Honolulu Water Woiks on the
liist of Januaiy, 1800.
All such rates lemaiuiiig unpaid
for fifteen days after they aie ilutj
will I mi subject to an additional 10
Parlies paying rales will please
present their last leceipt.
Rates aie payable at Win otlico of
thf Water Winks in Win Jsiipuaiwa
The statute allowing no diBcietion
strict enfoiceniont of this clauso will
be niude. CHAK. 11. WILSON,
Supeiinlnndent Water Woiks.
Honolulu, Dec. 21, 188i). RMlf
Notice of Howard.
In uiTOiilitiK'i' with the power can
fened upon im liy Law, 1 hcieby
oiler n rcwaid of Fifty (.t10) Doll him
Id he paid to any peteon who shall
gie ovidenee which will lead to the
conviction of any per-on for the vio
lation of any of the pmvisions of the
Klection Law by doing any iiel de
signated in such law as a "em nipt"
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of Interior.
Interior Utliee, Jan. (i, 1S5:0.
Notice to Voters.
The last Legislatuie changed the
botindaiies of eeitain Election Dis
tiicts, toeornvpnnd with the changes
Change have been made in the
following named Distiiet. and conse
quently all voteis. icsiding thetein will
have to Register befoie the lnpectois
of Election of their lespeetive Pie
einets, in Older to sole at the coming
election, vi. :
i-.i,ni or o.viir.
The live Distiiets of Honolulu.
The Distiiet of Wailuku.
The Dish id of Noilh Wailuku.
The Distiiet of liana.
The Second Piecinct Distiiet
Isl.A.Vl) or HAWAII.
The District of South llilo.
The Distiiet of Cential llilo.
The Distiiet of Noith llilo.
The Fiit and Second Pieeiiiel
the Distiiet of llaiuakua.
The District of Ivona.
In all other Di'ti ids the Register
of those who otid at the Election in
1SS7 will be Used as the basis of the
Register for ISHO, subjicl to the coi
rection and additions leipiiicd by
Eeiy voter hould examine the
Register of the Piecinct in which fie
tcsides, in oidei to eu tint his name
is theie, whether ie-tegisteiing is ie
qiihed oi not, as it may hae been
omitted by accident.
L. A. THURSTON,
MinUtci of the lnteiior.
Inlei ioi Ollice, Jan. .1, KSHO.
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PUilsril to ucilitr Stet uor Pa-ty,
lint eslublisltrj for the ottieit of ail.
SATURDAY, JAN. 11, 1890.
11 j litilileo II.
The Advertiser seems to have an
intimate acquaintance, with the
"Devil," judging fiom its frequent
mention of his name. That gentle
man is the reputed "father of lies,"
and is, no doubt, the inspirer of a
considerable proportion of the mat
ter which has lecently appeared in
that paper. The old gentleman's
hoof-marks are there.
The Minister of lnteiior holds
that an inspector of election, in the
discharge of his duly as an inspect
or, "is not 'assisting' or 'proem ing'
the election of any person any more
than is a judge assisting in the con
viction of a criminal at whose trial
he preside-." The comparison is
comical. If Mr. Minister had been
present at the recent treason trials
perhaps he would have been im
pressed, as I vas, with the belief
that the presiding judge did "assist"
quite considerably. I hope that no
inspector of ejection will "assist"
quite no inch.
Rumps and Jinks don't seem to
like Judge Widcuiann, or onn of the
pair is against him, which I don't
remember. They or he, which
ever il may be object on the
gioiuid that nobody knows which
way he is going to shoot. For that
very reason J respect and admire
him. The Judge i.s an independent
man, which his record proves, and
can always be depended upon to
vojo in the Legislature according to
Ids conscientious convictions of
right, although lie niay stand alone,
and that is the kind of men we need
for legislators. I don't believe In
the man who does a thing simply be
cause another does it.
On principle 1 am against (jovenii
menl ollieials being Inspectors ol'
Election, personally I do not object
ton single oneon the list. Some of
them, in my opinion, are pic-cmi-nently
qualified for the duties of the
position. I will instance one Luther
AVilcox, whom wo all know as ilia
capable interpreter for the courts,
legislature, and everything elso
wliero the Hawaiian and English
languages are combined or concern
ed. Luther i not ? paitisan
never was tuul never will he. In
fact he is not built that way. Any
duties imposed upon him will he
discharged faithfully and impar
tially. A better man than he could
not have been chosen for Chairman
of Inspectors for the llfth district.
It is a little rental kablc that an
accusation should be made by the
Reform Party nyalnsl, I lie National
lleform Party, churyiii" the latter
with "stealing" the platfonn of the
former, when the Reform Paily is
addressing circulars to citizens, so
liciting assistance in constructing a
platform. The course puisued seems
to he a proper one; but the very
fact thai the party desires help in
making a platfonn seems to imply
thai it has none. and if it
has none, how can that which
it has not be stolen from it. Hut if
it h:i one, which it desiies to super
sede by another and belter, why
censute the other paity for having
done the same iliing?
"Essenian" chaiges the Itev. W.
I!. Oleson with having, at a Fort
street Church piayer meeting, en
larged upon the political situation
in this kingdom, urging all right
thinking people to stand by reform,
etc. Mr. Olcson declares that he
did not say so, and explains "that
the rulers of to-day are the men who
walk our streets, holding the power
ot the ballot, and that good govern
ment can come to a land only
these men lealizc the saeredinssof
their responsibilities, and give effeel
to their convictions by at tendance at
primary meetings where they can
make their intelligence and char
acter count." Now, it appears to
me that the reverend gentleman in
troduced something of near kin to
politics, into the church, anyhow;
and that is just the wrong thing to
do. The chinch is no place for
politics, and clergymen aie not the
proper men for politicians,
MR. WIDEMANN AND THE IN
SPECTORS OF tLEGTIUH.
Knrroi! Uru.rnx: In my com
munication to you of day befojc
yesterday, I staled that the list of
inspectors for Honolulu had been
"submitted to, among others, II. A.
Wideniann.J. S. Walker, and T. R.
Lucas, and pronounced satisfac
tory." In yesterday's issue, Mr. Widc
mann slates in a communication to
the Hi i.m:tin that he "had not seen
the list and consequently could not,
pronounce it satisfactory."
Had air. Widemann been as anxi
ous to state the truth, as he was to
juggle with words and convey the im
pression that I had made a misstate
ment, he would either not have sent
you the communication or nave
staled the facts, which are these:
A day or two before the list was
published, I went personally to Mr.
Widemann's ollice and told him that
I was making up the list of inspect
ors; that I desired that all parlies
should be satisfied, and that I un
derstood he was a candidate, I
should be pleased to make an ap
pointment with lit tii to go over the
list at my ollice the next morning at
0 o'clock, at which hour there would
be a meeting for the purpose. He
replied that he did not know whe
ther he was going to be a candidate
or not, but would try and come.
He did not come the next morn
ing, but Mr. P.R. Lucas did, and he
said thatMr. Widemann hail spoken
to him about the matter say ing that he
was coming if he could. Mr. Lucas
inspected the list, suggested some
additions and changes which were
made, and finally pronounced the
list satisfactory to himself and those
whom lie represented. If Mr.
Widemann did not "&co" the list
when it was submitted lo him, it
was not because he did not have the
opportunity lo do so, and the list
was "pronounced satisfactory" by a
rcprosuntaWvc ,ot his party.
t. A. Tin lisrox.
CAPT. HOBRON'S WILL.
The last will of the late Capt. Thos.
II. Ilobronis filed for probate in San
Fiancisco. There is real estate in
these islands valued at $:!8,000, be
sides slocks, cash, etc., aggregating
SSM.OOO. The deceased also own
ed real 'state in San Francisco worth
S2.ri00, in Lor Angpjos and San Diego
woith '20(), besides personal prop
el ty exceeding the value of $2.1,000.
The entire estate is devised to test
ator's widow, Mrs. Frances E. Ho
bron ; Mrs. A. II. Railcy, a daugh
ter living in Oakland ; Mrs. Mary A.
Smith, another daughter now in Ho
nolulu, and a son, Thomas II. Ho
brou, residing In Honolulu.
N. . . T-'
MRS. OSBORNE is now tucpnw to
give Instructions in Fancy Work
"The Arlington," Room B. 1'lnts
Lewins: Mowliijs, Wednesday, tied
Fridays Pi i vale lessons by ppeelol
arrangement. Stamping ami onleis
promptly ntti tided tn. -I1U il
IDl'.RSONB having discs nnil I5nttb,it
belonging to' Win Ciystiil So la
Works are ies peclfully reciueMcd tn
nntlty the "Winks'1 either by Telephone
or Postal Caul. 448 Iw
THE SHIPWRECKED CREW.
Aei'iiiiut of the Wrcek oritie AVIuil
liiu llurk .Ineoli A, Jlowlnnil.
The shipwrecked crew reported
being brought to town by the
steamer Kaala yesterday proved to
be that of the whaling bail; Jacob ,
A. llowland, ami the bark that '
brought them to the oiling of Waia
nae was the whaler Abrain liar
ker, Capt. Oiffard, that left San
Francisco the same day as Hie llow
land, but was never in sight of her
again until she fortunately was
sighted by the shlpwiccked new on
the descit island. Resides the
master and four olllccrs there were
on the 1 lowland 2.'l men in the fore
castle, four boat stcercrs, one cook,
one cooper, one eng ncer, one slew-
aid, one cabin boy, and one steerage
boy making Iks all told. The men ai
med here witluuil clothing except
what they wore, as there was such a
long pull over the leef they lull
their dunnage behind. An account
of the disaster from the "declam
tiou and protest" al the United
States Consulate is given below.
From I he captain and ome oj the
crew il is learned that there was no
white water on the icet when the
The bulk Jacob A. llowland left
the port ol San Fiancisco on Satui
day, Nov. .'ill. All went well until
the 2(!lh Dec. On that day, in Int.
17 2:P X., long. 10!) .vf' W. by
observation, she had strong easterly
wind during llie night, sailing on
different tacks. At "::0 o'clock a.
m. ran on the icef on the southwest
side of Johnston Maud, At day
bieak broke out provisions and land
ed them. They aNo took 10 barrels
walcr and anchored them inside the
reef, as the tide was loo low to land
them. At .":.'S0 o'clock (p. m.) all
hands Iclt the essei. Alter an
hour there was 27 inches of wider
in llie hold and gaining rapidly.
Five of the boats started for the
island, one of which was capsized,
and (ico. McDonald, one of Hie
eiew, was drowned. The rest of the
boat's crew reached the island, with
the exception ot the third olllccr
and one man, who t cached the ves
sel and remained there all night.
They found a house on the island
but unoccupied, no water but plenty
of bird-. 'llie 27th cune in
with' strong wind lroin E. N.
K. At daylight started off to
the vessel, but the sea was breaking
o badly over the reef that it was
impossible to go out. The bark at
this time was lying over on star
board side, with main and niiV.en
masts gone and hull going to pieces
very rapidly. Saw third officer and
man on the foremast. Shot a line
with bomb gun over the reef to the
vessel and hauled them ashore.
Started in to get the casks of water
On the 28th commenced to make
sails for the boats, as those belong
ing to them were lost. At 1 o'clock
p. m. sighted a vessel to windward
and sent off a boat to il, and it prov
ed to be the baik Abrain 15. nicer.
At I! p. in. all ha'ids went on board
and proceeded lo Honolulu. On
Jan. (! sighted the island of Kauai,
and on the !Hh the Nlaud of Oahu,
and at 10 a. in. ariived off the port
ot Waianac. Sent a boat ashore
and found the steamer Kaala
anchored there. Made arrangements
for steamer to come to baik, receive
crew and bring tliein to Honolulu,
as the winds wculd not permit their
getting heie, and al (! p. m. arrived
in Honolulu and lepmied lo Consul
(Seneral. "The "declination and proles!"
is signed by John Mclunis, master;
John II. Kgan, 1st male; Abraui F.
Cooper, 2d male; Johnson P.
David, :id male; Ceo. W. Il.iiL'.y,
The llowland had a clean hold
when she met her fate, having sight
ed nothing but a few humpback
whales. Capt. Mclnnis and some
of the crew go home by the M:ui
posa to-day, the rest will lollow by
the next steamer, and all have been
well pnnided for here with shel
ter, food, and clothing by Consul
General Severance and his energetic
Deputy Richaidson. When the
Kaala took off llie men, the A brain
Parker squared her sails and lelutn
ed on her cruise.
.JUST THE THJNC !
CooKefl Boiled Oats!
Il.-till IHiil !
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C8P Samples lice nt all Leading fit o.
MITCHELL A' I'ETEHSON,
11H1 S. P. Ajjeiils. 1 19t
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OF IVI2.W TiTOXUEiC
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dition In Mm amount of the policy, or, should the iilsured. survive a given number of years, Hie Company will
Mum all the premium1! paid with inteicst; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the leiral'holder
may. WITHOUTMKDICALEXAMINATIONaiid WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OK PL'KMIUMS, lake In
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in FULLY PAID 'V insurance, paitielpating aiiniinlly in dividends.
Remember, this eonlrnct is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United Stales, and the Lar
jje.il Financial Institution In the Wotld, its assets exceeding One llundied and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollais.
fiST" For full parlleulais call on or
Sole Proprietors of
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Ginger Ale, Hop Ale, Giiailine, RaseDerrFiie, Sffipilla,
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From San Francisco.
Leave Due al
X. V. Honolulu
Alain la bin 1 1 .lau 18
Maiipi),i Fell 8 . 1'Vh 1"
Z'.ilandia Mar 8 Mar 1.1
Alameda. .. Apr " . ..Apr I-
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Zealandiii Nov 1.1 Nov 22
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For San Frjiioisco.
Leave Due al
Xeal.india lau 22.... Feb 8
Alaine.l.i . . . .Feb I!) .. Mar ,S
MaiipoKi. . . .Mar P.). Apr ."
Zealandi.i Apr It! . Mav I!
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Mniipnpn. . .June II June 28
Ze.ilamlia ... July !... Julv 20
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Maripaa Sept II . Sept 20
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Alameda Oct 2!) Nov 1f
Maiipiwa .. .Nov 2li Dee PI
'ealiiiidia Dee 2 I Jan 10
Intermediate S. S. Ainirjlis.
Leave S. F. Leave Honolulu.
Fiitlay. . Jan !l Friday Jan 17
Fiidny Jan :il Fiiday Felt l-l
Fiiday Fell 28 Fiiila'y. .Mar 1 1
Fridnv. Mar 28 Frid.iv Apr II
Fiiday Apr 2.1 Fiiday .May II
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X I'aslnio Lainli in I'iuiim
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On I'll iiiIm'.-i,
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mill onl'rs hHoumI tic aitdn'H
BEf SON, SMITH & CO..
n the Business Center of Honolulu !
Tlie allentioti of Capitalists, Tiustees and Real Estate Inve:toin, is eallnl lo
one of llie mo-it impoilaiit s-alcs of Real KMale, for luifiiiPHe
lilneL", eei held in Honolulu: the piopeity hei ip
s-ituated in the hem I of the city
and hounded hv
under.sipned ha.s leeeived
auction, at lib Salesroom, Queen street,
n Saturday, Jan. ! 8, I 890,
AT PJ O'CLOCK NOOM,
The whole of that VALPAI1LR CITY PROPERTY, known an the
(Excepting only the corner lot on Niitunu and Hotel Rtreeln, owned by
Mr. James Olds)
Containing in ail 16,000 Square Feet,
This is the most compact and deiiahle piece of pioperty in Honolulu,
and being nituated in llie heait of Hie let.iil business (piarter of the city,
between tho two main aiteii of tr.illie, (Fort and Niiuanu stieelH), h.'adiiii?
to and fiom tlie wlinrves and haihor, it will have a value for all time, and
thuicfmc holds mil unusual inducement to capitalists, n n leiiiuneiative
and peimauenl investment.
Tim main fi Jtilapes of thi, piopeity aie 10 feet on Niiuanu Ftieol, 915
feel on Hotel stieet and 12.1 feel on Uelhel stieet, which three stieetH
have been lecently widened by the (ioverninent to -10 feel each, and finely
macadamised anil graded tliroiiplioul, rondeiinp them the line.st tlioioupb
faies in the city. A new stieet of 12 feet width, which inns tbioiigh the
center or the pioperly fiom Niiuiinii to Ilelhel wheels, ban been donated by
the owner of the block, and this will give additional stieet fiont.ige of
10.1 feel, on one side of the new stieet and 01 feet on the other, to all the
lulu lo be sold, leaving nit lot without a wilu.ihlc stieet fioiilage anil to some
of them veiy desirable and valuable stieet cornets.
Another advanlage nf tbi-s line properly as an investment, in its excel
lent sauitaiy conditions, and being on Hu highest part of the cily, 'u..l:ai i f
Hotel slieel, it will have excellent diainage for buildings etee , .1 theieoii,
and b.-iiig of sulUeienl elevation, permits the eoiiMiuction of deep et ll.ua,
on aeeounl of being hnyond the leach of tide water.
Thu block has been sub-divided into building lols, nuiiibeiing 1 lo 12
as can be seen on a huge new survey map, now on view al my Saletiooin.
The title to Ihc property is pcil'eet. Teims of sale aie one (hiid ensh,
one thin! one year ami one thiul two yeais, with inteicpt at (5 per cent per
Ancxiimiua ion of Ibis propeily is solicited, anil is cnufiilciuly leeom
inendeil as n peiin.iiienlly lemuueiative inseslinenl.
Bj8f For fullei paitienlais and infoiinatioii apply to
JAS. FH MORGAN,
l;'!) "' Ai'ciio.N'iini:.
P. R.JIIi:.viinv. Piesiileut - Manager.
(lonriiKV ItiiowN, Seere hit A- 'J'liMsiirer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.
Ojini). MiuccIu'In' Itanli, : itivi Xivevi. Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS N
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -: Glassware,
Chandelieis', Eleelolieri;, Limps v Lamp Fixtuies,
Faints, Oils & Yainisbeis, Laid Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Shol'v Caps-, Machiue-loiuled Cirtiidgivi, (ilianibeilain'H Patent ;
H0US?.tJ- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver Plalcd Vaie, Table t Pocket Cutlery,
Plows, Planter' Steel Hoes, and other Agiu-ultural Iniplenienls,
f t HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION" SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Hint's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe it Roll Cutlinj;,
Ani)ila'A. Sisal. IJopd Rubber Hose,
Viui nuind" Rubber Hose, Spii)etei-gp,
Spiinklbih 'iVe Sprinkler Stands,
AGEN'M XfOlt 4
Union Melallic'C.utridge Co.,
JLuliiian'ii Steel Wire Fence tv Sleel Wire .Mais, '
" "New Proeiihs" Rope,
Win. fi, Fishei'MWrought Sleel Ranges, Neal's Carnage Painta,
bV'Xbite Cily Slonn Filleis,
'''if A "Xl'"' 1'i'icess" Twist Diills,
)iiv.2'.-S!l ( IJail's Patent "Dni.le.x" Die Hlocks,
te. .13. KOMIC,
Geneial Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
3lm fill 1 1
& IRON WATEK,
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p I I
Hotel and Bethel Streets.
insliiietions to ofl'or for pale hv
Jous- Ena, Vl'e-Prelilint.
Cr.cn. Uiiow.n, Audiinr.
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