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DAILY BULLETIN! HONOLULU, II. I., FB1JRUAKY , 18f.O.
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F o. "" 1Y AUTHORITY.
Party Representatives in
the Polling: Places.
I am leiiuestcd by parties inter
eoleil to puhlicly slate tlit nunther
of pciitons lopresonting candidates
who by law aio allowed in tin iol-
llng places on election day.
The statute allows each candidate
for Representative to have (me
watcher for each ballot box at each
polliug place. , Each, polling place
has two ballot bnxeK. Therefore each
candidate for Representative i en
titled to two watchers at each pol
ling place in his district. The whole
ticket for Nobles, for the purpose of
watchers at the polls, is treated as
one, and is entitled to the same num
ber of watchers that one Hepreson
That is to say, each ticket for
Nobles is entitled to one watcher for
each ballot box at each polling place,
or two at each polling place.
The clerk and messenger tefeired
to in Schedule C, page -12, are not
allowed in the polling place, other
wiFe than as it may be necessary for
the messenger to deliver or receive
I.OBKIN A. THURSTON,
jfinister ot the Interior.
FVbmary a, 1890. Hit) 2t.
flnlifttl to nnthtr Sect nor Party,
Hilt esta&llsiril for the benefit of alt.
MONDAY, FEB. , 1890.
' Tlie youthful editor of.The Times
aays: "Had any man in August, we
will :ay, of 1887, predicted that
within three short years a Reaction
ary party could have sprung up,
headed by the very same individu
als whose venality was fast making
the name of Hawaii to lose its place
as a possible independent govern
ment, lie .would have been consider
ed, if not insane, as an enemy of
his country. Yet it is impending."
If the editor had read more his
tory and helped to create le?. he
would' have known that what is tak
ing place about him is just what was
to be expected, and jtut what bet
ter read men anticipated. A writer
in the New York Nation, says: "It
takes a good while to ascertain the
real results of a revolution. Any
one who doubts this should recall
the history of the first and second
French republics, of theSpanish re
public of 187-1, of the most of the
South American republics, and ol
the Southern Confederacy."
There was not the inconsistency
charged by the Times between an
editorial article and an editorial
paragraph cited from this pappr on
tlie treaty question. Tlie Bulletin
is, as tlie artmle staled, in accord
with any policy of maintaining our
present free trade relations with the
United States. At the same time to
talk of "perpetual free trade" being
assured in any treaty that does not
cede the independence of this coun
try is nonsense. "Perpetual" is a
common word in treaties between
nations "perpetual friendship,"
"perpetual comity," or whatever
mutual condition is referred, to. The
"'perpetual" character of the bond,
however, only lasts during the pleas
ure of both of the contracting par
tics. "Perpetual" in this diplomatic
sense is not what the Times menn,
tor il says that the "fiee trade" it
advocates "means thai every banana,
lime, pineapple, orange, etc., that
we raise goes into the United States
free of duty until the crack of
doom." We say Without, fear of
refutation that Mich "peipetual tree
trade" cannol possibly be assuied
without this country passing under
the virtual rule of the I'nited States.
Some of the writers for the Times
are lawyers, and they cannot con
trovert the position here assumed.
They know, and they have a recent
decision of the Fulled States Su
preme Court to fortify their know
ledge, that an international treaty is
not, in 'any country a party thereto,
a whit more sacred than the statutes
of cudi country. According to that
decision,' u treaty cannot hold against
the provisions of statute laws made
subsequent to the treaty. It may
be voided in effect by ordinary legis
lation, even wfiliout being directly
mentioned, Tlicie contingencies
would be liable to occur at any time,
In the case of the "perpetual free
trade" treaty advocated by the
Times, through a change of policy
by the American Union.
This danger is In addition to the
event liable to occur at any day,
even during the term of the present
treaty, of Hawaii's advantages un
der tlie compact being neutralized
by a change in the sugar tariff of
the i'nitcd States. In such an
event, as liable to occur tinder the
"neriietual tteaty" as it is under
the temporary convention now run
ning, the Times people wish Ha
waii's hands to be tied, so that she
cannot look clsewheie for markets,
by the provision in the projected
treaty that all treaties between thi9
and other countries must be approved
by tiie Washington Government.
For, it lirust bo kept in view, Hawaii
being so vastly the weaker power of
the two contracting parties, could
not afford to incur the loss of friend
ship that would be likely to result
from legislating herself out of the
It will probably be interesting to
everybody at this juncture, to
quote from the decision of the United
States Supreme Court just men
tioned.' The decision is the one up
holding the legality of the Chinese
restriction Act known as the "Scott
Law," and is dated .Washington,
May 13 of last year. A few extracts
will show how much reliance is to be
placed on the promises now held out
to one people of everlasting free
trade under a lieaty. The decision
Is by Justice Field. Referring to the
validity of tlie Act having been as
sailed on the ground thai it was in
violation of existing treaties between
the ruileil States and tlie Govern
ment of China, Justice Field said:
"Jt must be conceded thai the
Act of 1.S88 is in coutravention of
the express stipulations of the treaty
of lKCS and of the supplemental
treaty of I860; but it is not on that
account invalid or to be restricted
in its enforcement. Tlie treaties
were of no greater legal obligation
than tiie Act of Congiees- ' A
treaty, it is true, is, in its nature, a
contract between nations, and if.
often merely promissory in its char
acter, requiring legislation to carry
its stipulations into effect. Such
legislation fill bo open to future re
peal or amendment. If the treaty
operates by its own force and relates
to a subject within the power of
Congress, it can be deemed in that
particular only the equivalent of a
legislative Act, to be lepealed or
modified at the pleasure of Con
gress. In either case the last' ex
pression of the sovereign will must
THE REFORM MEETING AT WAI
LUKU. Kditok Hri.LrriN : Large red
posters had for days given tlie Maui
districts notice, that the Reform
Party would hold a meeting in the
skating rink in Wailuku, where the
candidates for legislative honors
would express their views, assisted
by the professional politicians from
Honolulu Messrs. W. 0. Smith,
W. A. Kinney, W. C. Achi and S.
M. Kaaukai. After an adventurous
journey the Honolulu gentlemen
were picked up at sea and landed in
Maalaea Bay, where they' were re
ceived by a committee consisting of
Assessor-General II. Treadway, and
Mr. J. Sidling, who in hacks con
veyed them to Wailuku. Messrs.
Kinney and Achi were unable to
come, but instead wo found Mr. A.
Kauiia'and Mr. Vivas, who was im
ported to act as Portuguese inter
preter. The meeting was called
yesterday aboul 7 p. m. In spile of
free tiains and hacks the attendance
was very Mini for a while. Later on
a number of natives from Waihee,
generously carted in by the planta
tion manager, arrived to furnish the
enthusiasm, which they failed to do
owing to corruption and gin so say
the Reform men.
The Government doctor in Maka
wao, Mr. Ciane, acted as chairman,
assisted by e stuff of other gentle
men. Mr. W. O. Smith acted a9
Hawaiian interpieler and Mr. Vivas
Mr. Smith .was the first speaker.
I will not bore you by reporting his
speech. It was the usual worn out
ward speech used by hjm in Hono
lulu together with tiie reading of the
newest of the now platforms. Mr.
Smith tailed to arouse any interest,
iirthe audience and retired during
deep silence, interrupted by the
noisy departure of a number of peo
ple When Mr.' Vivas was going to
give ids interpretation of Mr.
Smith' speech a funny incidei.t
happened. The I ft' or 18 Portu
guese present thought; that Mr.
Vivas was going to address tliein on
his own behalf, mid they interrupt
ed him violently, so it was with diffi
culty that ho was allowed to con
tinue. He explained what was go
ing on in l'.ngli-li to the audience
and threw out a gentle insitiualiuii
that the Portuguese werohired by the
Opposition to insult him. The Op.
position has got better use for its
money than to spend It on a chap
Mr. Baldwin was the next speaker.
After the hum) remarks about good
government, etc., lie naked the voters
to show some charity lo the mem
bers of the Cabinet and give them
one more show. They had given us
the Lahalna road (Mr. B. voted
against the appropriation for said
road), they had done lots of good
and he would think it right lo keep
them in, but perhaps bettor still to
put one honest, good, straight and
smart Hawaiian in the Cabinet.
(Did he mean J. U. Kawaluui?) He
then abused Walker, Bush and
Rosa, and stated, that they were
the men wiio would lead, if the Op
position won. He and his family
and "we planters" wero to lie con
sidered before evervthiiur. else. lie
finished by expressing Ins love for
the Portuguese (!) which he hud
Then Major W. 11. Cornwell,
equerry ' waiting, took tlie lloor.
"Reform Party forever," it wa9 a
glorious party. Tlie Cabinet had
been the best since the King came
on the throne, and had been above
repioach, since we "give thi.ni the
helm" in 1887. He would not say
that the Opposition would not make
a good' Government, but they had
some bail men among them, lie
dared anybody lo say that he was
not sincere towards the Reform
Party. With their ticket he would
stand and fall. (McGintyl)
Mr. Walbridge next appeared. He
would have no change in the 'Cab
inet. Thanks to this Cabinet, we
had now no corruption in any do
pal tincnt (?)i aud this was the only
country so situated in God's world.
He would hear nothing about blood
in tlie streets, nothing about Bush
and Wilcox. This Government
would settle them. Those against
this Government arc simply men
asking for something they never will
The Noble speakers were now ex
hausted, as the other three candi
dates had not appeared. Mr. Maka
koa, one of tlie candidates for Re
presentative for Wailuku, was called
upon and made an uninteresting
speech, the main point being that
he ought to be preferred as a candi
date to Kaiua and Kanealii, and he
had three children (?) and the other
Then Mr. Cockelt addressed the
meeting ai.il surprised friends and
foes with his deep exposition ot
national debts and homestead laws.
Mr. Kaaukai, a would-be noble
from Honolulu, made a speech on a
par with his usual performances in
that line. We were pleased, though,
to hear him advise the voters, to vote
for J. W. Kalua, if they did not like
the Reform candidates. Mr. Smith
did not interpret that part of the
Alter a few short remarks' by Mr.
Knos to the Portugiiesc,telling them
that they had the right to vote, and
should excicise this right either on
one side or the other, the meeting
adjourned and plunged through the
mud back to the train and town.
If the members of the Reform
partv carefully scrutinized the peo
ple piesent, they will perhaps have
a clear understanding now how they
Maui Jan. 2b 1890.-
COFFEE Cakes of excellent iittalily
' on falc ut'thc Elile lee Cream
P.ulors. . -168 .'it
COIMKSof Hie 1UH.V ni'i.l.H'HK, o
the date, (.pecllied helow, ''." cents
a enpv will lie paid for the same on
delivery at till olllee:
Jan it. lfW, 1 eopvApr S. ISSfi, 1 eopv
v2. ' II ' 1(1, I
Feh a, " ;; Angs, -i
IIItKVYOOI) for sale at Hawaiian
Coiiuncii lul Salesroom", comer of
Queen anil Kuiiuntt Pt reels. -lOt! if
IN Millar singly, nicely Fur.
nUhi'il Koonib wlili use of
piano if (United, in a pleasant
neiglilioiliund about, a minutus' walk
from Hie Po-I Olllee. Adiliess "It,"
Hn.i.hTi.N OMlre. 10!) lw
KI'KCTAI. meetine of the, stork.
liolili'iH of the I'nion Feed Co.
will lie lielil a I llie ottlce of Mr. A.. I.
CarUrielil. on TIll'ltSDAV, Kchruniy
ilth, at 11:10 o'clock a m., for tlictraus
action ot important 1uh1iih.h. i'erouler
S. V. !ltAHA,M.
PIS M Ki'ftietKiy.
Gate- City Ste lei-!
'J'lii!.t' Filler are easily elemieil,
anil NKVKJt heeome OlcAUKKl) or
UKAZKl) by ehaiijju ol l-jniperatnie of
'I he, Flllei-lnj; Medium UaXATTIUI.
S'lOXK, mined from ilieeatth. It Is
unlike any other .stone.
11 Doi'H Not Absorb and
Heuoitie Foul !
IMPF1UTIES never PENKTItATE
II, hut lie on the sinfiu, anil internally
Die- stone lenialns a pure sunt while
after years of ue at- when taken fioin
'Oie Oaln Clly Stone Filler 1 a per
feet micccss. It i tin! only real lllter I
have oer seen. I w.oulil not be without
one for any eon.sldeisiilou. ICeonveiis
our lal.e water Into the best drinking;
water In lliff world.
IlKNiirM. I.uian, M. I).
."illil Wcl Adams St., Chicago.
Kfr" For Sale hy
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE. Co.,
Op Ojlie SprrckclH A Co.V Bank,
41lMt Foruirect, Honolulu.
Torchlight Procession !
Monday Evening, Feb, 3, 1890,
AT V O'I'tlll'K.
TOTlOK Is hereby ylven'lhal the
J.1 Annual Parade- of the Department
will take place for tint Bell Tower on
the above date, coiiimcticinj; ut 7
o'o I nek.
Oluce n and membera of the Miveral
companies tire requested to assemble In
uniform with their npparatiiA nt. tlie
Bell Tower ut f! o'clock In tin: 'evening
Route ol" l'ro(!uioii:
Moe un Fort street to Beielanhi
street; ulnug llcrcliinlu In Muunnkcu
sti ect; down Maiiu.ikcn to King etrcil;
along Kin:; lo PtmchbjWl fired; up
Punchbowl lo Ilciclnnia stieet; Hlong
Mercian ii to Fori nree; up li,,rl ,(l
Bcliool sircct ; alone; School to Noiianu
street; down Nuuaiiu to King street ;
alona King to Fori Mreel ; up Foil Mriei
to Hell Tower. .
107 ;lt Seiireliiiy H. F. I).
For the Coming: Election.
.1 1 1 -it aitived pei lurl: '(' I) liryau'," a
line nsMiitment of the
Celebrated, :- Unexcelled
i in. is w y rcs
Tlilsycai's iirikf LttrHili'iinnfr!
Rockets, Bomb Shells.
' ltoinun ii ikL1-,
Procession Torches !
Anil oilier works too l'nilncioii In
His Call nnil ej(iinine, or apply lo
' C. W. MACFARLANE,
Of Mncfjulitiif Jt Co.,
jtSTAiutunl Telephone ('.Oil. Mi.'i 41
COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS !
Cor. (ueen A Xitt.niiu NIh.
rpiIESErooim have been openr-il for
X the convenience not only of Mer
chants, hut of the Ueneiiil I'ublii; It
alibi tin a desirable medium ol selline;
oH'aceiimul.iled Mootu- or articles of any
description, without tint ueee.iiy of
putting them emler ihn 'Irinnner."
Few of us, even In oht household
all ili.s, hut what hac something 'that,
we continually say: "I wiah I eould
sell that, but if I send It to auction 1
tiny get next lo m. tiling for it." Tlitse
satesionuis meet jour riipiiiementf.
what you do not want others are in
need (if. r
iyTliis is a tiirtly commission
huiuess ai d the iii'erosii of clients will
be eirutiillv guanled
" F. I). W.U.KElt,
Honolulu, .Inn. 2C, 1MIP. ItM lw
m I oiurl-eope. Willi
fcl ot apprii'Atu
'J'. H. PA VIES CO.
J 7011 a few weeks, two or ninte re-.
puis'ihle people. Duilen ligltt.
Must have eoiil uihlrefB Apply In
.1. K. ItltOWNMro.,
ttlii If Dbl l.'npilol Ihiilil.nr.
ABirUATfrtN as Sugar Clerk or
Nfgbt Wnirhmiui at a. mill, or a
place us l.u'na on u good plantation.
Has expeiiunee and cair furnifli good
reft'ienee. Call or address "At. K. I'.,"
i! UU.KI1.N Olllre. A'iI if
NEW ZEALAND HI ULLET
TVT K V Zetland Canned Mullti in.
1 pidly ctowdlng salmon out'of I bo
market, hole agcnla for the reluhrnltfl
"Star Itranil," aio "
r. E. UIiOM'.V & CO., -Kill
lw Meiebant street.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT ihe atinnal meeiint! of tlie Ceiman
1'eni olenl SocletN In 1 I on .lauimiy
'.".i. It IK), the follow in
ollleeis eic re-
elected lor unit year:
I'lohlenl. .Hon. il
....I. F. lliekfeh',
I. F. Kckaidl,
11. .1, Nolle,
I. F. Haekfeld.
(JcMinan Sansaj;o market
'1 HST opened in "AiiuMiougV lllock,"
fj near King Street lli'ldge. For sale
fieuli daily Head Clieeae, Frntikfiiitcr,
llologiin, Flying, l.lver, Smoked and
el her SHiimees. '
A (10OI) 1'aHuro at Waiklki, for a
llmilt'd utiinbur of hoihcg, tit icu.
fonable rntiK. Aiuilv lo
Ml Im W. ILALDIIIOII.
la Issuing a new form of insuiancc which provides, in the event of deatli, for a retilrn of nil premiums paid in ad
dition' to.the. amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive n given number of years, the Company will
return all the premiums paid witli'intercst; or, instead of ncceptlng'llie policy nmPptolim in cash the lutrul holder
may, WITHOUT MKMCAL EXAMINATION anil W1TI101T FURTHER PAYMKNTOF PREMIUMS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, participating annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest. Life Insurance. Company in the United States, and the Lur
gesl Financial Institution in the Win Id, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
toT For full particulars call on or
TAHiTi LEMONADE WORKS COMPANY.
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
LEMON, ; CREAM :-and-: PLAIN :
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER, '
fiiniei1 Ale, Hop Ale, Giwilie, RasQtoA oaragariHa, Mineral Waters, lilc.
tr Ail coiiiiiimiicittioiiM mid onlero should hv. addreKMUd (
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
I have iccclveil iiHtritetlono riom l)i.
lirodic to sell al l'ublic Auilion (iu uc
coinil of icnioval) al hisioidcmiv, Here
On TUFSDAV, Fcb'y -llli,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 7,1..
The wl. ole of bis HoUM'hold Furniliirci
Upholstered Parlor Furniture,
Wii leer Chairs, Lounge,
Maiblclop Co.iter Table, Oil I'ainlinL'S
& KugravliigH. Iirpe Mirror, Cuiltius
vfe Cornkes, Uuiilaoiiie IS. W. Sideboatd,
Kneli-li Oak Dining Table, Chandelier,
Large AXMINSTEH KUG,
1 Stcihway & Sou's
B. W. ;iiaiis. Lump", Clrck, Uittler's
Tray, Oil Cloth, Kti: . 4 Marbletop . V
licdioiuii Set',, !f Maihlelop It W. Ward.
iots, Hair t Spring Mattrase.s, Mus
piilo Nets. Cbamlier Sets, H. W. (Jhell'o.
iilcr, It. V. Secret nv, I). W ItnoU l.'nae,
1 Hevolviiig Hook Case, Decorated Din
ner Set, Decorated Breakfast Set, Hefri.
gcralor, Kitchen UtenilR, Meat Safe,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
r.U), Ktc, Ute, Klc.
V$T' he liiiitji; will tie iiitn tor in.
bpicllnu on Moudav, Feb. Hid, from 10
to 12 o lock. ,
LHW1S ,T. LEVKY,
Enterprise ()rri:e Co.'y
STAN I): No
collier rxttiianu and
SJSHseiAll Goofls Sola at GPGatly Reflncea PriGos !
1(17 lw Mauaner.
'I'HH uuilertigneil, having
1. llio uianHecntrnt ot Hit
Al Hawaiian Invesimeut I'o, (l.iinlted)
on account of ill health, the Directors
of the Comi'iituy In 1)iiihIpi bav a'p.
Iiolulul Mr. .lojcpli H. Allicrlmi iih
Manager in Honolulu, rh of Ulwt Decent
bei bisi W. I (iBKKN.
Honolulu, Ian. Ill, 18. 0. 4117 lw
rPHK Hawaiian Bilk' Awoeiat ion's
1 Itange, King street, U cloJul Iroiu
tbisdatu All permiH are bci'ebv for
bidilen lo fincihe over ab'ie Hniige
itiilil fititlii'i' notice Hy order.
.1. II HOI'F.lf,
Prudent II. It. A.
Honohtln, Jmi. 24, HBO, 4lil lw
T llie annual meeting of the ICnpto
iV laiti I'atk Association held thl
L'Stli day or .lanuaty, 1MKI, the following
gentlemen wens elected to erve us
Hoard of Director for Hie ensuing year:
.1. Campbell, V.. S. Ciiulin,
W. O. Irwin, A. S. Oleghorn,
W. M. (Iffiuil, Tout May.
Cecil Brown. T. B W'alker,
II. -Mnefailane, 11.. I. 'Nolle,
'I'. S. Douglas.
V. M. OIFFABI),
lilt lw rjeeteiiuy.
NOTICE to SIliriMSltH.
?OK Ihe mote Mitlsfucloiy ttecommo.
I ihitlon of our paltotH we beg lo
augcest to llietu thai in cases where
dray's Arc ictpilred for Hbipping goodn
to outgoing hieuiiieia 'mid ooasti-rs, or
in any ease where reipilrrd, at t o'clock
sharp of the day, iTiey will II ml that by
ilugitig up Mutual Telephone No. SDH,
between 12:1,1 and 11!: 11 in the noon
hour that Mr. Hewelt will be therein
pcrunn to receive all orderv, and our
liiciuli will thereby greatly Incllilaut
huflncsi to the belter hailsfiietlnn of nil
11USTAOK .V BOBi:ilT?ON.
LIFE INSURANCE CO,
of xvoew roitrc
COItNKIt HOTEL &
Great Reduction Sale !
AKTKIt TAK'INf! H'I'OfJK I
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
' ' OF THE rOI.I.OWlNO (iOODS
Till lolnin,r.v IStli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
(! ami 8 Bullous in perfect order at. ."til :i pair Oreat Bargains.
All my DKKSS GINUITAMS about 11(1 pieces to (.elect fioin sue od'eied at
Cost Price. A small line nf
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
BEAD THIS A largo ashorlnieiU of BEAD THIS
WHITE lrES?- GJOOI3,
Such as l'iques, Eniliroidered Swisses, India Linen, Plain Swiss, Nainsook and
many other linen of White Goods. I will will at mch a
price that everybody will luiy them.
t&T Boinemher, Fehrunry loth ,will oIoho this Sale, jfcf
B. t. EHLEES & CO.
Great Bargains ! Great Bargains !
-AFTER TAKING STOCK
fUtT Drcftsniulsing Denartment
LEAMM MILLINERY HOUSE
NI(!K Cottnge in good
local It v, furnished or
iiiii'urnitdicil. Addie-H "W,"
" t(H If
1TMFTY HEAD or Fal
' Htcera Apply to
Hctil Estuto For Salts
''PWO irnimen and Lots on
X Bobello I.'ine, Paluins,
Convenient lo steam aud tram
cam. Very healthy locality. I.nl on
King direct, near HiuuaiikiiV Lane For
particular apply to
JOHN F. BOWI.KB.
OrClms. T. (Juliek. . 40 3m
ART CLASSES I
DBAW1XO and Pulntlng In oils
and water colon, Monochrome,
(,'inyon, Kto, on Tucsilays and Frltlnys
uflernoou, and Saturdays morning and
B. BABNF1ELI), Artist,
Sttreekels' Ulook, Fort street.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
MANY LINES OV
Corner Hotel & Fort streets.
under the management of MISH
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINSMITH mill PliUnilllSte,
Colliet of King ami Alakfa fltteets,
Honolulu, 11. I,
Worktliou.-Mul 201 Hejldence--Mut 2 'JO
fipy-KMlmalcs furnished on all classed
of plumbing and ilusiulihlng wo k.
Flist eltt81 workmanship and material
guaranteed In all ibu above braiicheri
of my business at reasonable rates.
IMPORTANT to ALL!
I SPECIALLY lo those who believe
Id in equal lights, ''The American
Sentinel," a weekly paper, the obeet of
which Is to show the evils of "Bellglons
Legislation." One or more copies nf
dill'erent dales can lie had free, by a p.
plying pctsonally or by post fo the
N. F. I'.UHOF.HS,
Honolulu, II. I.
P. 8. Would bo glad to hear from
Ihe other Inlands. 400 Sw