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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, It. I., FEUIU'AHT 1, 18(10.
Foreign OHio Notice.
KoiiKinx Onicr, )
Honolulu, 11. I., l-'cli. 1, ISM). J
Thin dnv had audience of
SENHOlt Ai IK SOIV.A I'AXAVVRMO,
Consul and Commissioner for l'oi
tngal, to piescnt to His Majccty a
letter from His Most Faithful Mnj
ehty DOM CAIU.OS 1., King of
To which luulicncp Scnhor Cntia
vairo was introduced hy His Excel
lency Hon. Jona. Austin, His Maj
esty's Minister of Foieie;n A flairs.
The following in a tianslation of
Iho autograph letter:
"To His Majesty the Kine; of the
"Sire: I, DOM CARLOS, by the
grace of God, King of Portugal and
of the Algnivcs in Afiica, Loul of
Guinea, and of the Conquest Naviga
tion and Comtneicc of Ethiopia,
Arabia, Persia and India, Etc., salute
Your Majesty whoe fiicnd I am ami
whom 1 esteem.
"I discharge a very painful duty
in informing Your Majesty that on
the 19th of the piescnt month, at G
o'clock in the morning, His Majesty
the King DOM LUIZ I., m well be
loved and respected father, lendeied
his soul to Cod. The giie.vou loss
which 1 have sustained, even while
my heait was yet nfllietcd by the re
cent death of His Seienc Highness
the Infante Dnm Auguste, Due de
Cnimbia, my well beloved uncle,
which look place on the 20th Sep
tember Inst, has plunged me and the
whole Poituguesc nation into the
most profound giief.
"Called, under thc-e -urrowful eh
cumstances, by the older of succes
sion, anil conformably to the laws of
the Kingdom, to the Tlitone, of Poi
tugal, I piay Youi Maje-dy to bo
good enough to accord to me the
'Mine aflection.Ue sentiments which
you have always enteilained towaids
the August Monarch now dead, and
to be assuicd of my lively desiie to
lu'iigtbeu nunc lirinU in the I'utuie
the veiy fiiendly lcl.itions which
exint between the two countries.
"In f.xpics.ing my sinceie vTihes
for Your Majesty's happiness, I sdinll
be happy todiave often the oiciMnn
of giving to Your Majct-ty manifest
pi oofs of my esteem and unalteiablo
"Hiuk: May Oui Loi'd have Your
Majesty's peiHun in Hi holy keep
ing. (M. It. "KLItKI.
'Cimuteisigni'd: . jJ1v
"H-ur. Rakroi Gomi. ''
"Palace of liel.im, Oct. :i(, 1S8'.).'.'
His Majesty was attended on Ibis
oc.if.ion by His Excellency Hon.
.lona. Austin, Minister of Foieign
A Hairs, and Jame.-. V. Jtobortson,
Esq., JIN Majesty'- Vice-Chamber-lain.
'P 1 1 K
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But established for the lent fit of all.
SATURDAY, FKIL 1, 1810.
The Hishop of Olba, some weeks
auo, addressed a circular letter to
bis clergy throughout the islands,
enjoining them to keep out of poli
tics. The HishopV course in tins
matter is a flat contradiction to the
oft-reiterated assertion that the
heads of the Catholic chinch are
actively interesting themselves in
the election campaign.
As there appears to be a good
deal of misconception as to the ob
jects for which national ships arc
stationed in these waters, and as
there has been foolish talk about the
support which, in ceitain contin
gencies, it is claimed would be
afforded by one of the warships now"
in poit, it is wel that people should
remember, that ships of war ate not
here for the purpose of "taking
sides" in political controversies; but
to protect Hie lives and property
of the subjects of theii respective
nationalities, and, should it be neces
sary, t nssist in the maintenance of
law and order.
One dlll'erciice between an inde
pendent newspaper and a party hack
sheet is that the independent journal
"ives the political news of different
parties Impartially. The Ui'mxiix,
recognizing the fact that it is read
hy Reformers as well as National
Reformers, gives full reports when
possible of important Reform Party
juectings. Whereas tlio Advertiser,
aspiring only to please Us political
mastcrsj ignores similar events on
the National Reform side. Lately
our regular reporter was absent
from the city when a mass meeting
of the Reform Party was held, hut a
special reporter was employed and
occupied moat of our space next day
with a full and fair rcpoil of the
THEN, WHY REMOVE?
If, as the "N-.itional Herald"
says, touching the President of the
Hoard of Education, "his rotention
or removal would have about as
much effect on the educational policy
as the retention or removal of any
article of furniture from the educa
tional olllce," why agitate for hi a
removal? If removal would benefit
the cause of education, removal
would he the proper thing; hut
as removal, according to admission,
would not have that effect, removal
would he a profitless, and therefore
a stupid, act.
The Hum. in is- has never used the
argument, that because the Presi
dent receives no pay lie is justified
in "neglecting duties imposed on
him by law or in delegating his au
thority to a subordinate." Nor
doos the Hl'm.ktix admit, hut posi
tively denies, that the President has
done cither of these two things.
This paper holds, and does so fom
a knowledge of the truth, that the
gentleman gives close attention to
the duties of the olllce and neglects
no part thereof ; and that isone of
the strongest arguments why he
should continue to occupy the por
tion. The allusion to the -.ccietaiy is an
exaggerated figure of speech. The
secretary is not the Hoard, neither
has he "succeeded in absorbing all
functions connected with the de
partment." Hi' is a paid servant of
the Boaid, who has held the posi
tion for a gieat many years, and by
reason of long service lias gained an
experience which many boards un
der whom he ha scived have wisely
.taken advantage of. His matin ed
advice is often found of great ser
vice to the Uoaul in its delibera
tions, and as one of its executive of
ficers he is faithful and efllcicitt in
carrying out its instructions. For
that very faithfulness he is some
times blamed by other employees of
the Hoard who would probably pre
fer moie liberty to follow the bent
of their -own inclinations.
The President, Secretary, cveiy
member of the Hoard, and all in its
employ, as holding positions of trust
and responsibility under and for the
State, which means the People, are
proper objects of public criticism.
They are not perfect ; the Hoard is
not without fault; all its doings are
not the best possible. Hut the writer
who undertakes the task of criticism
should aim to be tiiithful ami just.
In this instance we consider that
truth and justice have been out
raged. ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Septungeohna Sunday. Pniilica
tion of the Rlessed Viigin Mary.
Holy Communion f. r.'Hl a. in.
Litany Oi'iO a. m.
Morning Pravcr and Sermon 10
a. in. (Hymns 83, -107, -233).
Hawaiian Evensong, ;J:.J0 p. in.
Evening 'Prayer and Sermon,
0 p. in. (Hymns 1C8, '14.9, l'-).
The serpent was the most subtle
of all the beasts of the field, but the
army tiader is sutler.
COFFEE Cakes of excellent quality
' on sale hi the Elite Ice Cream
I'ailois. -108 ill
AMKKIIXO f the Irt Division or
the LMiiinkuhini Kduc'ititmal
Society will le held an MON'DAY
NEXT, Fcbruni v Did, at "A o'clock v. i ,
in Washington Place. A full ntlui.il
mice is icqiiesiiil.
4(.'ilt I'EIt OltDKK.
A 'SPECIAL nicotine of the Hoik.
I J hnl(!cih of Iho Union Feed Co
will ho held at III" afflr.fi nf Mr. A.. I.
Curt wright. on TIH'JISDAY, Kebmniy
(lib, in 11:' (I o'clock a it., for llie trans,
union ol impniiaut I nain-sv. IVi nidei
H. 1'. C.ltAILVM.
4(S tt ' tkeiclaiy.
JMIIKWOOD'for snl nt Hawaiian
CdmiAi-icitil Salesroom", comer of
(Jueen Hiiil Niiiiuiiu Miecls, AIS tf
"VXK Shi'ihlei's J'olnri-iojui
complete set nt niMihtii',
wpU'IiIh. I.iIiiih, etc
Hill 2 w T. II. DAVIKS&t'O.
VflOOD Failure nt Wnlklkl, loi n
limited number ot hoists, nt rcn.
W. II. ALDHIUH.
THE SOCIAL QUESTION IN HAWAII.
Hut, as a body, arc the gentle
men engaged in the sugar industry
as innocent little lambs as they
would like the public to believe?
Did thev always treat the working-
man as they would wish to he treat
ed themselves? That is- what wo
arc going to examine next. About
ten years ago our hearts were glad
dened every Saturday afternoon, by
the sight of a hundred smiling na
tives, decked with fragrant leis and
tlowers, attired in gay colors, crowd
ing the matket-plnccs in quest of
their poi and fish. They were happy
in those days, the. poor people earn
ing their daily dollar, and owning
their poor but free homes. Numer
ous white teamsters and mechanics
received from S.'iO to $7i"i a "month,
and spent it freely with storekeep
ers of their own race, as there were
hardlv anv other ones in the coun
try. Hut as the drunkard's craving
for more and more spirits increases,
so the lust for more and mote gold
got steadily stronger with the
planter. The white drivers' wages
soon became too high for their em
ployer's notions, consequently ship
loads of Portuguese were introduc
ed to lower terms. Immediatrly
afterwards even these wcro thought
too expensive, and hordes of heathen
Chinese and Japanese were Import
ed in such numbers as to flood the
country. The consequence was, that
the wages were ground down to $20
nr $22 a month. What followed?
The national taro industry of the
natives fell an easy prey to the
celestial. People in general had to
look sharper in their expenses.
White laborers and mechanics had
to leave the county, driven first by
the Poiluguese from the teamster's
seat or plough, afterwards My the
Chinese and Japs, out of restau
rants and stores, carpenter's and
painter's shop-., etc. The Portu
guese had to go into debt, store
keepers could not pay their whole-'
sale merchants, and dull limes he
The wages of the overseers did
not make an exception to the gen
eral rule, double effect was applied
to them, and 'from S7."i to 100 were
ground downis it credible? in
some cases to $22 a month Portu
guese, half-castes, aye, even ne
groes, taking the place of while
men. The time is not far distant
when the manager w'ill be tiie only
Anglo-Saxon left on a plantation,
as many book-keeper, engineer
and sugar boiler is already a half
caste. We ate rapidly drifting in
our planter's paradise to the fendal
legimc of landlords and serfs.
Hut this "ami sacra fames,'! ac
cursed gold lust did not rcstiict it
sclt to cheap labor, cheap land was
to be secured as weU. To this ef
fect, knowing the ignorance or im
providence of Iho natives, nfoit
gages were willingly given on (heir
piopeitics. these passing in due
lime into the hands of money-lenders,
and, sad to tell, wo have wit
nessed the inhabitants of a whole
village obliged to leave the spot,
where their fathers' .bones repose
and where their children were bom,
to make room for the gold heating
(Conclusion nea-t issur.)
Counselor, giws the law mid thenuthn
riliis In writing, an.sweriuir queitions
or hw and tucts submitted to hiir., and
iiidiciiU't the proper coiu.-e Ollleu:
Comer King and Iielhel streets Hono
lulu. 401 1w
Lost, SI rayed or Stolon.
A MACK and White
Fox Tei i ier. He
1'iin to W. T. Mniifnrrat,
V. S., Queen sireer.
IJIPTY IILAI) of F&l
" Sleets. Aptdy In
nislicd Itoom to let,
wlih bathroom utturhed. in a
private luntily; nnelilhben. r, minulcs'
walk irom rot uittce Apply at mis
KICK Cottage in gqod
lucalitv, fnrni-liiMl or
unfurnished. Addte-s "W,"
lJonl Estnto For Sale.
rpVO Houses and Lots mi
1 Itohello 1,'inc, Pahimii.
CouM'iiient in sli'uin and tin in
rah. Veiy healthy loealnv. J.ol o-i
Kinir .sticci.nctr llitiiiiniku''. Line For
p.iriieiiliiiii apply lo
JOHN P. noWI.KK
OrClm-" T. (i'ulick. -r.O put
AJT CLASSES !
DltAWlNfi and Painting in oils
and water eolnrj, Monorlnome,
Crayon, Ktn , on Tuesdays and Trillion
afletuooii, and Hiilunluys morniu;; ami
It. ItAltXFIP.LI), Attbl,
Spieokels' Hloidt, Foil ttrcet.
Ci'i'iiiun S;iHHii) Maket
J.IWT opened In "Aiiiistinng'n lllock."
neai Kim; Kireel Hilil;e. Poi t.nu
fienh ilnilj Ill-ad Cheese, Priuikfnitei,
Itnlogiia, Prlii(f, Liver, Hninkei) niti
4C0 tf Proprlclor,
Torchliprht Procession !
Monday Evening, Feb, 3, 1890,
AT V OTI.IM'K.
"VrOTlOE Is hereby piven tlml the
JLl Aiumnl I'ainde of llie Deiiartini'iit
will lake place for llie Hell Tower on
tlie nimve nine, eoinmcncinj: at ',
OMlci'ii mid member of Ihrt several
companies tne reqiusteil to assemble in
iidIIoiiii with their apparatus nl the
Hell Tower ut 0 o'clock in the evening
1'ci oi del.
Ml :it Seo'ci.iry H. P. I).
For the Coming Election.
.Iiil airived per Imik "C I) llryn'ni," a
line assort im nl oT Ihe
Celebrated, :- Unexcelled
IT-1 Tt. 12 W Tt XftJ
TliNyeai'Miieike! Latent desium.!
Rockets, Bomb Shells,
Itoiiutii 'si ml !-..
Procession Torches !
And rtthur wmks ton niiiiieioiis to
Jdtf' Call ami examine, orapp'y to
C. W. MACFARLANE,
(It .Muerarlune & Co.,
Kiinlnim inn slrci-1.
tjv-.lnliial Telephone litM. 4fi" 41
COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS !
'ur. Iueen Jk. Xunuim HtK.
npiIKSK kmuiis luiVf lieen opened lot
X llie convenieiiei- tu.l only of Mur
cliuiiW, hut of the (teneial I'liblli; ll
aflbrdb a ilvMruhte iiu'dium of Helling
niriieouiaithiled dtols orsniiolis of any
deicripllon, wiiliout ihe ueec-i-iiy or
Ilittltig lliem under (he "intiiiuu'r."
Few of us, even in our household
alltiis, hut wlnil have Miuiefhiiig ihnt,
we 'continually ny: "I wish I- could
sell that, hut it 1 send it to miction I
m ly get nexl to noililnj; f. ir it." Tlnac
salesrooms meet jour riipdreineiit
what ynu tin md waul iitluis are in
need o'r. f.
J"'riiNi a sliietly eoinnii'sion
hiiinefls ai d llie Interesiof elienls will
hf eiiefulh ! I -i . t 1
F. I). WALK Kit,
Honolulu, Jan. tlfU-ilO. lt ! lw
TINS311T1I anl rLUAIBI'Mt,
Ciiiiier ol Kins and Alnke.i slieeW,
lloiiolnln, II. 1.
Worksliop--Mut 2G1 Residence--Mul 23C
OSyKsllinalc1) furnished on all.clnsiM
ol pliunhii' am', tiimillihitr wo k.
Fiiht ol.w uiiikmnus)il) and niHleriul
guaranteed In all the iilmw! Iiramdies
or my htihinesj nl tn.ionalie iiitei-.
ITtOKufdW weeks, two oi mine ice.
poisihte peonle. Unties light.
Must have jrooil addrei; Applj In
' J. K. llltOWN a ro.,
4'iOtr OldCnpilol linlUhnj'.P.
V SITUATION as Suat Clcik oi
Night Watehmnu at a mill, or a
iilnce im I, una tin 'a good plantation,.
11 im exieiiHiiee and can furuish good
tefeieiiee. Call or address "M. K. I'.,"
I'tiM.M in Olllce. 45711
NEW ZEALAND MULLET
"VTKW Xuiiliuid ('milled Mullet U ra.
1 1 ludly i;ioudiiig niilmon out of the
imirki't. Sole nt'enlH for Ihe celebrated
''Slur Ilriuid," oui
.f. K. HJtOWX & CO.,
tOOIw Merchant street.
ELECTION ol OFFIOEKS.
AT theanuuul meeting ol the (let man
Penevolent Socle!) h. 1 1 on January
t!!, IfiilO, the following olliceis weie re.
elected for one year:
President. .Hon. II. A. Widemann,
Viee.lVsldeiil I. V. Hie.kfehi,
Seeielnry.... i I. P. Keloiidt,
Tieaeiuei P. Klamp,
Auditoi II. J. Nolle,
TnMer J...L P. Haekfeld.
107 ilt Secretary.
"NOTICE to SIllPPEKH.
17011 Ihe more eatlsfactory lucommo.
dalion of our pat ions we hct; to
suggest to them that hi eases where
drays tiro i rquir ed for bhippbif? opU
i to outgoing Kteumcr.s and coasters, or
in aiy case where tcquired, at 1 o'clock
.sharp ot Ihe day, they will find Ihaf by
i lingliiK up Mutual Telephone No. SU!i,
haween 12;ir, "and 12:45 In tint noon
hour that Mr. H.ewelt will he thci,e. in
pei son lo receive all ordeju. and mir
lilmiilh will iherehv meally faeilltain
mnenH to lip better satisfaction ol all
IHJSTAOK & HOIlKUTfONi
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
ox ivisw yoxtk:
Is issuing a new form of insuiancc which provides, in the event of dcall), for a return of .nil pieiniunis paid in ad
dition to the amount of 'the policy, or, should" the insuied sntvlvc n given.iiumber'of years, the Company will
reditu all the premiums paid with Interest; or, iiibtead of accepting tint policy and profim in cash the leiral holder
may, WITHOU'l'MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITIlOl'T FtJllTJIKIt PAYMENT OK I'llEMD'alS, take in
lieu thereof Hie amount of policy and profits in KHLLY PAID UP insurance, paitielpatlng annually in dividends.
Ilcmember, tills contract Is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United States, and the Lar
gesl Financial Institution In the World, Its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dolttus.
t&r For full particulars cnll on or
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS COMPANY.
JT. r.V. J3A.II.1ESY, JVlmmjoev.
LEMON, : CREAM
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginger lie, Hon Me, BreMiiie, RasDfiBrryafle, Sarsegarilla, Ineral Walers, Etc.
ted" All rtuumunlriiUoiiH mul ortlt'iH slioultl ho. iuI1ithh:1 lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
1 have riceived iiistiiicllons fiom Hi
Hiodle lo sell at I'lililie Aueliou (n an
lotuil of icinoval) at hisifsit'enei', Mere
On TUESDAV, Pby -fill,
AT IO ll'CUM'U .. M..
'J'lic wliole ol his lloiiM'liohl Fnrultllre
Upholstered Parlor Furniture,
Wiil.cr Cliniii, IjOUiis,
Mirbhlop Ceater Tahle, Oil l'aintingt.
it Ihiiavi' gs, l.are Mirror, (?iotains
A; t'omiecs H inilsoinc II. V. ShSchonrd,
KtiiiliMi Oak Dining Tahle, Chamleller,
Lai-Re AXMJNSTER UUG,
" 1 St tin way & Son's
It. V. ( halrc, Lump, Ohek. ItutlerN
Tray, Oil tJInili, Ktu.4 Marlilelop It V
liedrooin Sits, :t M.iih'etoii It V. Vnu
lohcs, Hull & Spring .M'titriiii'ei, Alos
ipiito Nets, ('liniiihi'i HiH, P. V. ("hello,
nier, II. W. Sfcrelnrv, II. W lionk CahP,
1 Itc vulvitis lluok Cnse, Dvror.ried flhi
nei hil, Deeorutul Mieakfasl Sit, Helri.
jp'iatnr, Kid In ii L'len&ils, Meal Safe,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Ir5?"l'he houre will he opi u lor in-tpi-etlou
on Moudnv, tVli. ;;id, from 10
lo 1.' o'clock
LEWIS ,1. liEYEY,
Enterprise Carrhiuo Co.'y
CiTANDi No. !, comer Niiminu and
3 Klnatieel'. Uell Tilephone tlM,
Mutual Telephone !'.0, Oltlio Hours;
From 7 a, m. to it V, m. All ordeis
pii'inptly alleudul to
1117 1v nlnti:ij.et.
'PHF. underi'itjneil, havinij milled
X llie inituiigeiueul ol Ihe Wcatcin
&. Hauuiiun Invesimeiit Co, (Limited),
on aeeount of ill health, the Dirrntois
of the C'oinpuiiy in Dundrii liave ap.
pointid .Mr Jpplt II. Athertnu as
AliuiHuer in Honolulu, rs ol tllst Decern
bei last v. I,. tiUKKN.
Iluiitihiu, Jan. 1!l, 1810. 407 1w
rpilK Hawaiian Hide Actocinlioii's
I Kiinge, Kiii Mice!, i elovd fro'm
this dale All persons are hereliy for.
Iiiddeu to piaeiiiie over al.nve Itinge
unlil liulhei uoiico llv oidei.
1'r.Mideut II It. A.
Hiino'uli', Jan. 2J, IMO.' tfit lw
AT the annual meeting of Ihe Kapio
lanl Pail; Association held this
L'Slh day of .lanuaiy, lBiHl, the following
oiitlcmcti weni elected to serve its a
Hoard of Directors for tlio ensuing year:
.1. Campbell, K. S. Ciuiha,
W. O. Irwin, A. S. Chehoiu,
W. M. Glfl'iud, .Tom May.
(Veil Hrown. T. Jt Walker.
II. Mncfailane. II.. I. Nolle,
' T. S. Dniujla.' .
HII lw .Secietnry.
niPOKTANT to Alilil
ISI'KUIALLY to ilimu who belie
1j in rulinl liiihlK, "The Ameriei
Meiilinel.'l a weeUly tiuiiei', the object ot
which in to show' lliii cvIj of "l'cll,'lnuti
Legislation " One of moio eophs of
itillercnt dates can he had ftee, hyiip
ply I nij peihonally or by post to the
N. K. HfJirtlKSS,
Honolulu, II. I.
1 H. Wpud he glad lo heir frptn
llie other slaii. 4C3:)w
rand-: FLAW : SODA,
(JOHN Ell HOTEL & FOKT STREETS.
Great Reduction Sale !
A FT Kit TAKINfi STOCK I HAVB HKDUC'KI) MANY LINKS OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF THC FOLLOW FNO OOOPS
"I'iU Jeliiin,ry 'ISili, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
(J and 8 Ilultons in peifocl ouler at J a pair flieat IJai;ainH.
All my DRKSS OINtJlIAMS about 140 pieces to t-elect ftom aio ofleted at
Cost I'rice. A .small line of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
KKAp.THI.S A laigo liBsorlment'of EA1) THIS
WHITE lItlUSSS GOOD,
Such as I'iqiios, Kiuli'roideied Swishes, Inilia Linen, Plain Swiss, Nainsook and
many oilier lines of White Goods. I will i-cll at Mich a
piico that everybody will buy thcin.
f0 Ituni.-iilber, Fehmary Lllh will clo,e this Sale, jtff
Fob MtO Corner Hotel & Fort Streela.
B. 1. EHLEES & CO.
Great Bargains ! Great Bargains !
AFTtflt TAKINfi STOCK
All Goods Si at Greatly Reflucefl Prices !
g0T PiepBinak'ng Dopailment under tlio manngemeut of MIS8
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
K. It. HCNDitv, rreshleut & Manager. .foitN Kna, Viee-Preshlent.
Ooiii'itKV Huow.v, tSocuttaiy Treasurer. Ckcii JIiiown, Aiplltor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opp. Spreckt'lh' Hank, : Fori Nrcet, Honolulu.
IMI'OKTF.UN and DKALKKH IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, --Glassware,
ChandelieiHf JOJeetoliorB, Lamps ,v Lamp Fixtures,
I'aintB, Oiltt & Vaiiiisliea, Laid Oil, Oylindr Oil,
Towder, Shot v (Jiijih, Machine-loaded CarliidgeH, (Jhanibeilain'H I'.itenl ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver l'laled Ware, Tnblo & rocket Cutlery,
IMowh, I'latitcrh' Steel Hoes, nilil other Agiic.ulliiral IinpleimmlH,
v - HANDLES OF. ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
llait'H ralent '"Duplex" Dio'Stock for Pipe ,v Boll fulfill);,
.Manila A. S'ntal ltojic, Ktihhor Hose,
Wiio lloifnd, 1 libber Ho.sc, Spinuter-jjiii;
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Union Metallic Oaitiid;(i Co.,' ' t,
Hai tniiin'fi Steel Virc Fence ,v Sleel Wiio Mali,
"New Fiocesh" Itopc,
Win. i., Fishm'tt 'lOue.bt Sleel KuiiKes, NealV Ouniii) Faiiila
Agent for the Hawaiian Lslauda.
(late Oily Slono Filtcia, s ' '
' "New l1id''w" Twist Hi ills,
llail'HT'iitenf "Dupfx" J)io SlockH,
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