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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. L, JANUAHV
ist District, 2nd Precinct
Registration of Vottra !
Notice is hereby given Hint n meet
ing will bo held in the SJiul 1'ieeiiiet,
let Dintik't, Honolulu, lit the Tubl'ic
School House on Herctania "trout,
between l'ensncola and l'iikoi Micetn,
on WKDXESIUY, 22ml inst., and
on FRIDAY, 21th inst., fioni w to
7:30 p. M for the put pose of
Itegisleiing Volet anil ooiiciting
For the accommodation of oteiH
meetings will aUo be belli foi the
.same purpobc on TUESDAY, 21&1
mul., anil THUHSDAY, 2t1id inst.,
at the ofttec of liardnor K. Wildet,
Ebq., on Meiehant Hticct, fiom 12:11(1
to 1 r. m.
All voters when icgistoring mo
tVNpoolfully iciiteitcil to have thoii
J. ALFRED MAOOON,
InapeetoiB of Elcetion 2nd 1'ie
uinct. l'l td
2nd District, 2nd Precinct !
Reciitration of Vote s !
The Uoaid of Innpoetoii- nl Klee
tionfortbe 2nd lVcinct, 2nd Dii
tiiet, Honolulu, will meet for Itegis
tciing Voteih and coriocting the
Register, at the Polling l'lacc foi
-.aid Pieeiuct (Hon. V. II. HieeV
Darn, School street), on FRIDAY,
Jan. 17th, fiom 7 to J) v. m., on SAT
URDAY, Jan. 18th, frotn 3 tot;
l'. it.; at Engine Co. N'o. I, on MON
DAY and TUESDAY, Jan. 20th and
2lst, from 7 to II each evening.
Meeting will be held at above
places on came dayp of the woekh
and at i-.une bourn until luithei
0" Voters will please biing theii
Tax Receiptu with them.
-J", I tf Chaiimaii.
RtgLtration of Voters !
The lnspcctois of Election for the
2nd Piecinctof Distiict .", Honolulu,
Oahu, will meet in said 1'iccinet at
the Reformatoiy School for the pur
pose of Registering Voters for Nobles
and Repicsentalive, and coirecting
the Register, on SATURDAY, Jan.
25th, from I to 7 i M., on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 20th, from -1 to 7 i i.,
ami on FRIDAY, Jan. 3Ut, fiom 2
lo 8 i m. Notice of furtliei meet
ings will lie given at the above
fl'leasu luing your Ta. Re--iipts.
T"The 2nd l'leciiicl of tho "itli
Distiict, coniiuircs all that poition
of the Disliict niakai of King stn'et
and west of the load up Kaliln
Valley. W. L.WILCOX,
"'haiimaii of lnspcctois of Election
2nd IVcinct, .'ith Dintiict, Ho
nohilu, Oahu. -li8tf
6th District, 1st Precinct!
Registration cf Voteu J
The Inspector of Election mi the
Fiist 1'iccinet of District J'ivo will
meet in said Fiecinet at the Rcfonn
atoiy School for Nobles and Rcpiu
M'lUativeh and coirecting the Regis
ter, on MONDAY, Jan. 27th, from
7 to !) e. m., FRIDAY, Jan. HIM.,
nom 7 to U v. .
Notice of any fiuther meetings will
In' given at tho above meetings.
The Filht l'leeinot of the Fifth
Dintiict cMiipiises all that portion of
taiil Dibtiict lying East of the main
load up Kalihi Valley and inauka of
All voters when icgisteiing aic
icspcctfully ietiesled to biing their
152 If . Cliaitman.
3rfl District, 1st Precinct!
Registration of Voters.
Notice is heieby given that a meet
ing will bo held in the 1st Piccinct,
:iid District, Honolulu, at tho Hono
lulu ltilles Armory, Ueretania sticet,
on MONDAY, .fan. lath, between the
liour of 7 and ! v. M., on WEDNES
DAY, Jan, lfith, biuno hours, and on
FRIDAY, Jan. 17th, and SATUR
DAY AFTERNOON, fiom i to 0, foi
i he purpose of Registei ing Voters and
col reeling tho Register. Theso meet
ings will be continued fiom week to
week at the same place on the siimu
diiVH and houis as above.
J47 tf Cliiiiimnn.
M District, 1st Precinct !
Rogiitrntlon of Voters I
The luspectoi.i of Election foi the
2nd District, let Piecinct, Honolulu,
will meet at Stoic, coiner of Nutianti
and I'mioii hticelH, for the purpose of
Registeiing Voters and collecting
llio Registei, on SATURDAY, Jan.
2.rth, fiom 2 to (1 r. m., MONDAY,
Jan. 27th, fiom 'i to l v. i WED
NESDAY, Jan. 2!)lh, from 7 to it
I'. l., and on FRIDAY, Jan. ISlst,
fiom 2 to i'. m.
ALFRED W. CARTFJ!,
Chniiiuan of Inspectoisof Election
1st riecinct,'2nil Distiiet.
Notice to Electors
1 OU llll.
1st District, ist preciuct !
A List of Votcf for Aolilen anil
Repietentatici has been posted at
the Foiling place of this Fieeincl,
the (.ioveinment -Nui-ery, on King
stiect. Voters can Milify them-elves
by insiiccting said lift that their
names me ptopeily enlcicd. For
the puipoxe of making any collec
tions and for any additional names
to lie added, meeting'- will be held nl
the (!oeinnient Nuisery, King
street, on WEDNESDAY, Jan. 2!lh,
fiom I to S f. m., THURSDAY, Jan.
:10th, fiom I I" S 1-. m.,-FR1DAY,
Jan. JJlst, fiom -1 to J- r. m.
E (J .xCHI'MAN,
C'haiiinan ! lii)eetoi"s Nt l'io-
tinct, 1st Disliiel. 101 Id
Fltdsrt to tut tier Sict nor Party,
Out efttiblistcit for the lent fit of nil.
FRIDAY, JAN. 21, 1890.
The Uui.i.KiiN' is not disposed to
"temporarily withdraw it1 motto,"
on the suggestion of the Advertiser,
on account of one of its editors be
ing "a candidate for election lo
the Houie of Reprcsentaties."
"Pledged to neither sect nor party,"
etc., is nur motto. The fact that an
editor of a paper is a candidate for
the Legislatuie does not pkdff that
paper to sect or party, nor does the
absence of plctlije debar a paper
from supporting what it believes to
be right in any party.
Some small-minded men in this
community and probably men of
the same stamp may be found in any
community regulate their friend
ship by their politics ; that is, they
regard others as friends when those
others "accord" w.'th them in politi
cal .sentiment, but when the "politi
cal accoid" is wanting they are re
garded and treated as encmio. At
the present time illustrations of this
fact arc abundant. It is a pity that
all men cannot "differ and agree to
differ" on meie matters of opinion,
and still be friends.
Our "respectable" morning con
temporaiy has been floundering
through Ameiica, France, and Ger
many, and has Ins mind seriously
exercised about Lincoln, Houlangcr,
and Hismarck. Oreat countries and
gicat men all. Rut Lincoln is dead
and I'ismaicL and Houlangcr are in
Europe. They aie not here, any of
them, nor anybody like them. We
have neither a Lincoln nor a His
marck, either in or out of olllcc, at
the helm or to place there to steer
the ship, nor a Houlangcr to fear.
Wc .imply have two bo-callcd par
ties, putting up two tickets for tho
Legislature, the majority of those on
each' ticket holding similar views,
and being honestly desirous of pro
moting the public welfare. This is
about the situation.
Yes, the Advertiser Is about right
when it says that "the Hru.hi in
cannot contain its mingled emotions
of pity and contempt for the men
who arc so narrow-winded and pre
judiced as to suppose that their poli
tical opponents arc deluded;" but
wo did not suppose that our con
leinpouirv was to be classed with
thaf particular description of peo
ple. As ils cditQr is a gentleman
who has seen a bit of the world be
yond the Hawaiian Islands and the
United States, it was natural to sup
pose that his mind would not be
restricted by the narrow prejudices
of less favored individuals, Hut
the mistaken impicssion has been
removed by the Advertiser's dcclai
ation Ihat it "happcnB to share this
very prejudice." Our "mingled
emotions of pity and contempt" are
now active towards our respectable
"Publlus" givca u little "cam
paign advice" in the Advertiser.
Yc consider it good advice, and
therefore invite attention thereto.
"Saying hard things of one an
other," says the writer, ."will never
make men popular in this commun
ity, and will never add to llieirpoli
The property qualification for a
voter for Noble is the possession of
"taxable property in this country of
the value of not less than three thou
sand dollars over and above all en
cumbrances, or shall have actually
received an income of not less than'
six hundred dollars during the year
next picceding his rcgistinlion for
such election." The question has
been akcd: Does a man who iegu
latly recehes in cash Sl. per month
with board and residence till III the
income tcqiiiremcntV We should
say he does. II is board and i evi
dence aic furnished him in lieu and
as an equivalent of cash, and it1 va
lue lias to be added to the S !,
which would ccitainly bring that
sum up to more than n'iO per month.
A man o circumstanced repoits
having been refused icgistration, as
nut meeting the requirement of law.
LIGHT ON TAXES.
Ennoi: Hi i.i.i n: A eoiiimuiii
calion in your issue of Jan. 0, sign
ed "Non Nobis Solum," rclaiing lo
taxes, lrom tables, doubtless pub
lished in the Hawaiian Annual lor
lfi'.ii), was such an evident en or
from unlamiliaritv with the subject,
that 1 Ihotight the wiiler would sec
and acknowledge his mistake on a
second glance at the tables used.
Instead of this, however, I lind po
litical capital is made out of hi-
alleged discovery of "a delieit to be
accounted tor in some way of ? I :!.".
000" by one who a few days pre
vious published the boast that "the
Workinginun's paity proposed to
win bv honorable tactics." It there
fore becomes nccesiaiy to uniavel
Non Nobis Soluui'.s figures for the
enlightenment of those whom he has
unintentionally, 1 trust, led astiay.
If N. N. S. has been a resident ol
these islands during the period he
has taken the tax figures for, (lS8(i
88) he has forgotten the general
business depression cxpeiicnccd
throughout the islsnds, which fully
accounts for the shrinkage of values
of real ami personal property, as
shown in the assesment table (page
.10) of $:5,027,l7 in 1887, and 8.1,
872, SIS in 1SS8, from those of 1880.
The figures taken by your discov-'
erer as the taxes for lh80, viz.
SI 17, 10.1, (from Annual Internal
Taxes, page iil), are the sum total
of all taxes ; including real and per
sonal property, poll, school, road,
etc. Its proportion for real and per
sonal piopcrty at the :,' of 1 per cent
rate that year would have been
8202, Kill if collections bad been
all made as per values assessed, but
this does not appear to be the case.
These eiror, then, of X. N. S.
cxplodoshis basis of a l.l."i,000 de
lieit in the taxes of 1888. Hut what
arc the facts?
The assessed value of red and
personal property in 1888, through
out the islands was 801,082, l'JO.
The 1 per cent tax thereon, if all
collected, would have been S010,
622, but, as in other years', appeals
from, and eirors in, acbsing same
properties to two and sometimes
tluce pailies, wc find a shrinkage
again here: still, in the result, a
perceptible gain. If the biennial
teim llguies are taken they show as
follow i, more clearly:
ISS.'t, AssmnK leal and
per. propei ly . .. .1:5,871,572
1880, Assmntt. ical and
pir. piopeily . 1 1,0.") ,017
Total a-M'secd allied y 1 h .ti;8.82,lll
Against thi value them
vvac collected 18!.."t2
Other la.Cp, vi. poll,
M'hool, load, dog, cai-
li.ige, etc. !2,!ili
Total tiiM'h foi biennial
teim, 13S; 812, K.S
1857, AsmntH. icul and
peifonnl piopcrty . $1)1,9:27 ,."l!0
1858, Asquint.", icul and
peihounl piopettv . :il,((fl'J,l0'.l
Tot I aiucsi-ed value, 2yin. !tli:!,0(ll),7."i!)
A hhiiulMgo of ,817,100 lioni (he
pmvious biunnial term.
Against the assessed jno
pertv value theie was
eoliccted .. ;i."i2,:!:;(i
(A gain of $02,8:1 J oei
the foimer peiiod).
Other taxoh, . : poll,
school, load, do;, cni-
liage, etc :i:i:t,2::(i
Total tAev for biennial
teim, 188S $ 88r.,.")(i0
Or a total gain over the founei ) e-
If Mr. "not merely for ourselves"
desires clearer facts, the Finance
Olllcc will doubtless aid him In any
Tuo,. (i. Tiiisim,
j'tjl), Hawaiian Annual.
A NICK (.'ottn;e in f?o,nI
Jucillly, furiiMieii in
imliiruislieil. Addles ' W,"
Afllltb or Yoiiiik Woinim lo do
lioiiBowoilt and tuko cure ol two
voting cliildien, UennHii nrefiuitd.
Apply "IHU Fort Bltvct." Pi I lit
FLOODS OH KAUAI.
I'rmliM'rU liy Heny HuIiih.-MmcIi
Properly limmilot"lmnof MIV.
The steamer Kaala, Capt. llaglan,
anived fiom Kauai this morning,
bringing news of disastrous Hoods
on that Island. Rain, falling in
such tortenla as lo make the moun
tain sidesappear enveloped in sheets
of water, caused streams lo overflow
vvilh very damaging effects.
At Nawiliwili (.'. W. Spil.'i car
riage house and pait of his dwelling
were carried away, while the piovis
ions and dry goods in his stoi e sutt'or
ed heavy damage. AVhat leinalns
of his lioiise is guyed up witli ropes.
A native's house occupied by a man
named McLean was cairicd away,
and the bridge at Nawiliwili des-tioved.
The dam at Lihue, built by Hon.
II. A. Widemanii a seoie or two of
years ago, was swept away, and
water rose several feet in the mill,
damaging 700 or 800 bags of sugar.
Hridges were destroyed at Koloa
and llanamaulu, also several Chinese
stores carried off. At Kapaia four
Chinamen were earned lo sea in
store. Two of them escaped, but
the other two were drowned, l'arl
of Hie house, a trunk, and other
effects were jiickcd up bv the steam
er James Makcc.
The -tcninei Miknlula attempted
to land a load of lumber at Nawili
wili, but four of her boats towing
the lumber drifted lo sen. Tl.c
steamei going after them succiedul
in recovering the boats and some i f
Taio and lice p.ilche-. weie de
vastated in many places, and the
groun 1 is beapid with debris. Tele
phones as well is lindttes being
down nev- ol i lit liC'luts fiom
other parts of h" i-l md cinnol be
obi ib 1
Specie! Cash Selo
TO-SIOllUOVi', Jan. ullt,
AT III O'CLOCK A. .1!..
A' no Salesroom, Qurcn strei't, I will
sill at Public Am. lion,
Dry Goods, Clo tiling,
Croekeiy it Gkmwuc,
Anil a full line of Mls-es' & Uliiliboi.'s
lioola ' Sli.MiH, &.
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
l'KAIIII VI -
TINS3IITI1 suul LTiUSIIiElt,
Corner ot Kin ami Al'ikca slrcc'i,
Honolulu, II 1
Worhshrp.-Mut 26!- resMcncc-Mul 236
Kstlmiiei furiii-'.iHl on nil c'usses of
vv.iur mul 4 pipe vmi U nial tbipnUlli
i'lir F ist tJ,is win Km iii-liip uril ni ito
li il Kii'ir.'iiiti c i tr i.ll tin nlwve l.rnuclit's
nl my lillsilicf al km m.iitile i.iltt".
SITlJAl'lON ii.. s-tu;,,, ci,., , ,,,
Niiiiit V, iiicliiii i.i nl ii mill, or r
liliuc us I un.s on i oml p an I iit ioti
Hiii expeili'iu it nml in furnish jnntt
it'fi'ienrii. ('ill or .ulilres '-M. K. P.,"
llut.i.nn.v oiliie 47 it
A NZK !!..
M Mi ii'iil; tiui, '27 .Ituiiini AlitmU 8
I'ln ihuliii ur 1'i'it r ile. Uclmit
.liiKCd ti inei .Mi.ji-.ini i(t, Dfiitrclicu
Kalcei.-, MbUi:i.t'.t II im Ul;nle
ilci Uiiiii.i In Aiim. cln Umirt'it tlnit,
wwu f ntnm 1 1 ii he DihiIu'.Iic liicidiin h
fiiMiinllleliil ciiii'i'luil.'ii weulcii. Im
Aiiflciije DAH I.'OMITM.
'VUM friuiiipin Kill? A-otl itioiiN
L Ibini'e, King (.trt'cl, i-t elosi d lioni
this dale All pi'ttons luc ln'rchy for.
liiihlfii to iiimllee ovi'l above Hiingc
iimil tiirtlii-i notice. Hv oidur.
PieeiileiU IJ. It. A.
llono'iile, .Itn 24,1810. -llll Ivv
fiornmii Siuistiu Titrk(t
t'fl 1' oj cM In "Arinstioiis'i Hlneli,"
ft iiinr Kint; Sticol Iliidc. For f ulo
frcsli dnlh lluul CiiccM', ) mul, fuller,
I1o1o,jii,i, Fi.vbiif, Liver, hmokt'd and
oilier Si'iiniLis. "
1C0 tf Propiinor.
tarvvr-yKig, Ci Ai'iW !- 7 inotithh o'.il;
IS-.N 7. Z, r. Yoiiup. IMl'h. 1
AsEidJp inontll old. I'rlie $C0
&scswyn '.'nch for Hie llr-t lot, tl
for t-'S .it a month i old Apply hi once.
W II at'AL,
IMlw P O ll.ix No :i7fl.
1 H"W,. VWtlM Mr-
,f ) Iiiiiui, iif.ir Mhli.i slicct
lrM1 'iilltioi fit K'iiwi-
KSACfiaX Mi" ion oi iiaiuvviijM.o' v in-
t-if. . . . ti .. i .
Iliac iceeiill.v paliiiuii aim papeied
llnoiiL'lioiii. ' Item moderate. Apply
Or to. I FHiown, (invenimeiit Mirvey
oiiicc i::i 2w
Kcul Italnto Foi- Siilo.
ji'-u 1 rrO llouscf and Lots on
tP-iXk$ - Itolifllo btine, Pidiiiim
feSSiiVi Convoiilint to htinm nml tinm
cum. Veiy heallhy localltv. hot om
Kim: blrecl.tu'iir lliiinniil.ii'h Ime. For
imrtleuluiH apply In
JOHN F. HOWLLH.
Or C'hns. 'F. "nlicH. WSffl
It issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in the event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition lo tho amount of the policy, or, should the insuied survive a given number of ycais, the Company-' will
rutin ti nil the premiums paid with Intel est ; or, insiead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the hual holder
may, WITHOUT JIEDICALKNAMINATIONand WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, lake in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piollts in FULLY PAID UP insurance, paiticlpatiiig annually in dividends.
Remember, this rontiact is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United Stales, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the Woild, Its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
JCiv For full particulars call on or
, tffyfUJI .1 I I HI II M . fc l IIU tlllllM.JillllWMlJM.IllHWVlllMIMt)'HtMI II I lMI J M
Jmf I FINE BALTIMORE
l mzu4r wKL
jEpqL . STRAW HATS I
BaTOiiTiHiilr.) .'E3MRgiulfMi.-BTy . ", . .
LEIHi : OREAH
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Binpr Alo, Hoi Alt, Grenafline, RasDfierryaQe, Sarsaparilla, 'Mineral Waters, Etc,
: 0 f
ws- All c.oiniinmlcatioiis nnl orders sliould lie addressed o
Anct'on Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
(In SATUKDAY, .lan.a.lHi,
AT 1! O'l'MieiL ro(.
Aim) Hi1eiio.ini, Queen tiin'i, 1 will
tell at Pulilic Auction, a
Sllimtut on IliO in uU:i Mile of Hire
titiii.i htiri't, t.t.t wctii il.o leHiilcnciM nt
Mi. (.'iiiKivurni nnd .Mr 0. V.. Uo'iulimiii.
The Lot has n good olevi.tlim uliove
the street and is well plumed w .la tlimle
irets Watri lulil on.
SI( ol Lot: HI loi-t Ir iiiliigii liy HJ0
fietdiep, mul hi' n 0 fnul Imu on the
TKUMS: ). c.sh, huliir.co In 1, '.'
and i!ycni.-i, In ertst nl T per cent
Kiiitlier piitli'iil.ti'i i.pp'y to
,1AS. l MOIKAN,
I'H It Auctioneer.
tocks Bonds !
On SATURDAY, .Inn. 351 Ii,
AT Vt O'CLOCK OO.V
Al i v t'lilisroom, Qmen R'ic(.t, I will
boll .it Public Am thin.
GO Shares Haw. Agilcul. Co.'s Slock,
Par Vain.; !imo.
10 Shares Ookala Plantation Stock,
I'ar Viiluu 00.
8 Shares Reciprocity Stock,
Tin Valitu $ll.
9 Shares ilononm stock,
I'ar Valuo i?IO(.
$10,000 Government 0 Percoat Bonds,
10 Shares Olowalu Plantation.
23 " Pooplo's Ice & Refriu. Co.
Mutual Telephone Co.
Oahu Railroad "Stock.
ly'lhlHl an c.xcullunt opportunity
lo ou'iui! (jootl pnylnu invcslniciiH.
,IAS. F. MOUGAN,
Wi td Aiiullontcr,
el B ED
oij1 tvisw "vonRis:
I : L
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
in the Business
The altonlion of CaiiilaliHtu, Ttustccs and Ileal Kxlalo Iiiventoia, is called to
one of ihu moat important wiled of Heal Kfttate, for bupiucnH
IdocliH, over held in Honolulu; the propei ty lici.ij;
hiluatcd in the lioail ot the city
ami boiimlcd by
Nimanu, Hotel and Bethol Siiuots.
Tho iinileitiLiiieil has leccivcd iiifrliuctiona to ofl'ur for mlo by
auelion.at liin Hnlesioom, (Juccii hlicct,
On Saturday, Jan. 25, 1 890,
..VI' Itt 0'OJL.OCIC NOON,
The whole of thai VAMJAHLK OITY IMIOI'KIITY, htiowii ai the
(Kxcepliiif; only Hie coiner lot on Nuuaiiu and llotol hticclb, owned by
Mr. .lames Old )
Containing in all 16,000 Square Feet,
Thin Htlio moil compact and deniiablu piece of propcily in Honolulu,
and being tiitinitcd in the hcait of tho ictail liiiHincf-A quai'tcr of tho citv,
between the two main aiteiich of liallic, (Knit and Nuiianu hticoth), leading
to and fiom the wlintvcn and lmibor, it will have a value for all time, and
thi'icfore IioIiIb out uniiHual indiiccmontH to c.ipitaliMH, ah a lemuneiativc
and peimancnt invct-tmenl.
The main frontagch of Dm, piopeily aic -10 feot on Xuiianii sticet, D.'l
feet on Hotel stieet and I'2.ri feet on liethel utieet, whioli tluce Hlicctd
have been leconlly vyidenod by tlut ("iovernmenl to -10 feet each, and finely
iiiac.idamiHcd and gi.idcd throtiphnut, icmleiint,' them the finest thotougli
faieu in the city. A iiew hlicol of 12 feot widll, which iuiih thioii;h the
conterof the piopcrty from Nuiianu to Ilelliel sticctH, has been donated by
tho owner of the block, and thin will give additional Hticct fiontaRO of
lW) feet on one hide of tho new Hlicct and !)1 feet on the other, to all the
loth to bo hold, leaving no lot without a valuable utiirel fionliiRe and to home
of them veiy dosiiablu and valuable htieet coincih.
Anotber advantage of thin line piopoity ab an investment, ilh excel
lent eanitaiy conditioiiH, and being on thv highest pint of tho city, nialiai of
Holol htieet, it will li.ivo excellent drainage for luiildingH elected tbcicon,
and being of mifiicinnL elevation, peimith tho conli notion of deep eella)is
on aeeount of being beyond tho leaeli of lido water.
The block has been Biib-divided into building lotn, nunibciing 1 to 12
an can bo keen on a huge new muvey map, now on view at my Snlf-mpniii.
Tho title to the propei ty in peifeet. Terms of irnlo are pun thud ciub,
one thud one year and one thiul two yeaiH, with inlcie.it at (J pct eenl per
An examination of this piojicily is mlieiled, aiid h conlidenlly tecum
mended a a peininiieully leinunoiativo inveilmeiit,
I'Vir fuller paiticiilarM and infoi (nation apply p,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Center of Honolulu !