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Piatftil to neither Sect nor Pnrty,
Vat utabllthed for the benefit of alt.
TUESDAY, FKH. 11, 1880.
THE GABLE QUESTION.
It Is iisoIoki for people in tliosc
islands to expect telegraph commu
nication with the outer world except
through the landing hero of one or
more through linos from the Amc-
lican continent to Australia i .In
jun, or hoth. All the dustiness this
country could afford for many years
lo come would moke no object for
capitalists to invest money in a cable
.ending at the islands. If there is
any likelihood of lines crossing the
Pacific on different routes, as sug
gested by information from Attorney-General
Ashford, our Govern
ment and Legislature ought to be
very cautious against giving exclu
sive privileges to any single corpora
lion. If distinct parties come for
ward, each to drop us a lino to
Australia and to Japan, one should
not be enabled by us to shut the
other out from landing. Apart rrotn
the means of communication the es
tablishment of a cable station or
stations here would be a material
addition to our money circulating
centres. A repeating station on an
Important telegraph line renuhes a
staff of skilled operators, and two
such stations would double the be
nefit on one. They would, more
over, be feeders to each other and
each ureatlv stimulate -maritime
commerce. The facilities afforded
hipowner's and agents in communi
cating with their vessels would bring
llets of shipping hereto await or
ders." And of course such a devel
opment of trallic at this port would
lie belter, in proportion, with con
nections from three directions on
two lines than from only two on a
single line. In any event, our Gov
ernment and Legislature should do
nothing to make cable franchises the
prey of speculators. Before grant
ing any privileges irrevocably, in
the first place, the grantees should
give a guarantee that they mean
business, and, secondly, any one of
two proposed lines running to differ
ent countries from America ought
not to be allowed to exclude the
other from lauding at tins group.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
Jly Australia, Feb. II Miss L M
Ingersoll, N 1) Hodge, Ira llihop,
.Miss Pilsbry, Col Paine, Geo Nor
ton, Mrs Ledercr and two children,
Airs II H Dixon, F S Dodge, Miss
.Jameson, Miss Kehoe, YV II Nolan,
It J Griflith, B M Lombarg, A C
Bradley, .1 I) Cass and wife, Mrs
Savage, 11 G House, Mrs Uoiu,o, W
L McEwcn. R A Wilson, Itufus
Parker, Miss Parker, Knudsen. E
Hailey, Miss Lconorc Lake, M Hy
man.Vifp, three children aud ser
vant, C A Drown, wife, son and
maid, Sir Tims Esmonde, Hon John
Dillon, Miss M Melville, Mioses
Wallace (2), II Gripron, E Ilopke,
S T llowne, Mrs J Harris.
DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT.
Mrs. J. II. Smith; one of the old
est residents of Honolulu, died this
liioruing at the age of 7-1 years. She
was the relict tf the late .1. II.
Smith, whowas a member of the
Board of Land Commissioueis, whose
awards constitute the primary title
of an immense deal of the landed
estates of the Kingdom. Mr. and
Airs. Smith arrive:! here in or about
1815 from the Society Island", Mrs.
Smith being the daughter of Hie
Hev. W. Henry, one of the pioneer
English missionaries to thnt group.
Her husband died here nearly twenty
years ago. Mrs. Smith leaves a sis
ier, "Miss Henry, in this city, and
t iree brothers in the Australian Co
lonies; also a son, the lion. W. J.
S nitli (member of the Privy Coun
cil and Secretary of the Board of
Education), and three daughters,
Mrs. J. A. Hassingerand Mrs. Geo.
Uoss, of this city, and Mrs. H. Tur
ton, formerly of Lahaina and now
at San Francisco. The funeral of
the lameuted lady will take place
from the family residence, ."fi'J Be
ictania street, at I o'clock to-morrow
Mr. Justice Uickerton this morn
ing granted the petition of George
V. Sliaw, to be appointed guardian
rsf William Nalchy Shaw, a minor,
the bond being fclOO.
L. "Ablo vs. Aniu ct al, assumpsit
for fc-10'2, jury waived April term
1H89, was continued until Monday
next at 10 a. in.
In the Police Court this moining
Lee Ach, assault, was discharged.
.1. M. Davidson for the prosecution ;
A, llosa for the defense.
A'woman charged with assaulting
her 'husband was discharged. W,
A. Kinney for prosecution.
Two-bails of $0 each were, forfeit
id for (Iruukeiuicss, and u third
pleading gnllty )M lined gl c-osU,
THE" IftlSli TOURISTS. i
VcMurduy morning lhe 1 Inli. V.
It. Bishop dic-w. the lion. John Dil
lon and Sir Thomas Ksmonde to his i
rcaldcnce and showed them his fine
collection of curios and relics. Sir
Thomas, who takes especial interest
In such things, was delighted with
the exhibition. In the afternoon
the visitors, accompanied b., 11.
Mcintosh nnd 1). I.ognn, were driven
to the Fall in n wagonette from the
Fashion Stables. They considered
the vinw fiom the summit very beau
tiful, although less wild than some
scenes in the Kmcrnld Isle. Mr.
Mcintosh had his photographic ap
paratus, and Sir Thomas assisted
him in taking views of the various
peaks, a cascade on the mountain
side, and a group ot the rest or inc
party arranged on the bluffs.
This forenoon Mr. Dillon and Sir
Thomas were granted an interview
with His Majesty nt the Palace.
They were received in the blue room
and introduced to the King by Mr.
D. Logan. Col. (3. W. Macfarlanc,
H. M.'s Chamberlain, attended Ills
Majesty and, after a pleasant half
hour's' conversation and the with
drawal of the King, showed the vis
itors the throne room, with the
feather cloaks there, also the orna
mented ealabashcs in the blue room.
Both gentlemen were much impress
ed with the urbanity and Incndly
discourse of His Majesty.
This afternoon the visiting gentle
men took a trip to Pearl Harbor on
the Oaliu Bailwiy.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1. I. 0.
F., at 7:80.
Court Lunalilo, No. OliOO A.
Geo. AV. He Long Post Xo
G. A. 11., at 7:. ".0.
Drill 'Co. It Honolulu Ki(lo,
ELECTION Huts nt Fisher. Silk
Ucavtr Hat", Cliey Plug Hat,
Stetson Hat lu gri'V, black and brown
WIEBACK of OcimnuToiei, very
good for dysrepllc and well prople,
oa sale at the '"'Kllte Ion Cream Purlors."
G. A, R, Notice.
HKAiMjuAiirnn, Oko. W. PeLonuI
Post, Xo. 4.'., l)Kir. or Cam- !
i-oiiMA, (1. A. C.
Hoxoi.n.r, Feb. 11. 1MX).
rpiIEltK will be a regular
.L inettini; ol thW Post
THIS (l'uefdi.v) EVEN'.
IN'O, in it Hall, Klna
stieet, nt 7:.".0 o'clock. A
lull nttendaiice Is requestrd.
THEHK will bo a mccllng of the
inembem of Orenule ConiicII, A
L. of 11, No 777, THIS (Tut(dsy)
KVKNIXO, 7.W d'eliiek shaip. at .Hs
McOuiri-'rt olllee, Kinv street. Come all
RUiluit of linpntlflnee.
II. 0. CKAB1SK,
475 ft Couunnnder.
31 ERT1 NO NOTICE.
rilliK reo;iiliit (lunitcily nieethiK ol
X the Union Peed Co will bi held
at the Cnmfianv's olttee, Queen street,
on THltRSDAY. Hie Iftih int., at 11 :0
0'(5!00k A. M.
S. F. ORAIIAM.
47o 21 Secretary.
Oaliu Kailwiiy & Land Co.
lllE Hist aununl meetim; of the stock.
holders of the O.rtm Hallway vV
Laud C.i, will be held at the office of
the foinpHiiv on WKDXESUAV, Feb.
20, lfi!). at :i o'clock i'. m , for the dec
liouof oliU'.'is ml trnusuctloii of any
other iniportuit business.
W. G. ASHLEY,
Secretary O. H Jc L. Co.
Hoitolnbi, Keb. II. ltl0. 47!1 td
it Ueiinnn Hirl lo do light houe.
work or plain tool.tnc. Apply nl
this offlce. 47.') :it
1 Sn Cock on shore o
at aea. Refer-
'XX. miick i;!ven
CtlTTAOK on Punch.
Io'aI Mitel, near Pa
l.i'ie walk. Apply on the. pre.
fJIH iiwleMgnrit has fold UU In
terest In tlifi flrrti of .ilim 1 Irk
Co., doing a dry goods busWeM nt No.
83 Nuiiaim nlnel, to Lconj? Uoj All
b s a'Qltfit KUd llim win lie. niiii ny
1 1, lcflO.
Enterprise Cuvria:) Co.'y
STAND: No. 1), comer Nuiihiiii mid
Klua Mreei. Roll Telephone tilt,
Mutual Telephone MO. Olllee Hour-:
Fiom 7 a. m. io 11 i m. All orileii.
IMMiifitly alleiiilfil to
41.7 lw MitiiiiKfi.
'pill'i undernluneJ, havlni; ittgiiid
X the ninnujjeiuent of the Veturn
& llftwulisn lnvcntment Co, (Limllcd),
on moouiil of ill health, the Dltfi'.intii
of lhe Cv.inrsuy iu Dundee Imvn sip.
polntul Mr.' Jo.icph U, Atlfiitofl d
Manouur lu Honolulu, of illM IWhu.
her hiHt W. L. fllfUE.V.
Honolulu, .lu. in,lP10. 47Jw
California : Lands
rpllE undersigned wishes to Inform
X the public that tin Iiiir opened u
ltrnneh California Land Ofllco, at No.
4'2 Mcrehnut street. Honolulu.
To persons wishing to Invest In
Choice Timber. Agriculture, Emit or
Grazing Lands In the line .State of Cali
fornia, or In Dealrablo llulldlnjt Lot In
the beautiful (Uly and Suburb ot Oak
laud, with Its unrivaled climate nud
opportunities. I am prepnted to offer
even1 Inducement lu the way ot bar
gain"?. The Lands which 1 hero offer have all
been moU carefully inspected by a
thoroughly reliable surveyor, employed
specially for Unit purpose, and I nm
fltornfinV nll'ihliul to ltl ultloflli'tilt'V
guarantee that every piece offered will
strlctlv correspond with the description
given by me.
The Titles lo these Lands nre perfect,
belnir In the main state school lands.
The picitous personal Inspection
thereof at great expense, offers abso
lute security to punhaHis nnd Is uti
lnducement'offered by no other dealer
In state whool lands in California.
The price ranges from $.1.00 per acre
uuwnrd accoidlnu' to uualltv nud loca
tion, and there is no doubt, by taking
Into account the rapid growth nud pro
gression of that State, that these, land1
offered at these low llgures mint within
u few years command a much higher
pries and so secure to every Invcuor a
profit not easily equaled in any other
line, of speculation. '
This opportunity will be open for a
limited time only, nud 1 thciefore ex
tend an Invitation to all who wish to
secure good and cheap homes In that
iniigiiillcent titate and Country, nud nlso
to those who desire to Invest a little
inonev to so great mhautacrc and profit,
to call upon me soon and obtniu full
Information will be ehcei fully given.
J Olllee room with .1. A. Magoon,
attorney, No. 12 Merchant stieut.
n;n if ' A. JIOUOFF.
IN PINTS and QUARTS
-inn sali: in-
C. PEACOCK & CO.
47 I St
COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS !
.e. t(nrct Jt. N'uunuu H.
tW OootU of all le:criplloiui nold on
Vutiiul Telephone (l.ll
A N active American, KnclHliiilHii or
(jorinun, of good habits nnd chnr.
ntter, who also Hpeukn Uiiwnilnn, and
cau furnlfh tlrst-e.lawi refercnr.w, mn'y
obtain a permanent situation as Col
lector, by uddrtseiti); 1'. 0. Hot No.
HOUSE to It ISN'T.
l.AltOK a Kloiv House,
llret cI'ibs iu evey rcs-
nitt, willi all niccseary out-
building, line lawn, shade liee, llower
bed", etc , vtrv desirably locutrtl wllliln
10 minutes' wlilkSif iho Post Ofilce, Will
lie Icmed for one or more yearo. at a
rensonab'e rcntn.l to a teleyl private
frtlllllv. Apolv Ht
HAWAIIAN I1USIXKSS AfiHNCY.
Tent or leiike a Hmftll
Col tunc fumlbhcl 'or
unftirnlHhed, In u uoih) loca.
iWw9 "M," this ofllce.
BMALL Fiiinlilied Cot.
lti.r.ii of ubiiut 'J or a
leoum vv lib kticuen, etc.,
within JO or Iff Mlnnt'i' walk from
l'ot OIUcc, AddreflN "A," thli olllee.
ABITUATIOH as Sugar Clerk oi
Night WMcbman ai a mill, or a
fluce H.i Luna on n good plnntatioo
lai experience and can furnish. good
reference. Gill or nddrces "M. E. I'.,"
IUU.I.KTIN' Ofllco. 4a7 If
COPIES of tho Daily nn.i.itiN, ol
the dates ipecllle(l below, W cent?
a copy will be paid for the wune on
delivery at this otllce:
.Inn 0. 18rf0,l copyApr 8, IPSO, lcopv
., jo, u -j ., o i(,( ... i ..
Peb 1, ' :i " Auk2, " a
SECOND-HAND Double Ktrecf.
irnw li. HACKPBr.D A c:o. ,
FIKEWOOO FOI8 SALE.
"U'T oud 81 LIT to ordei.
J A I llm
472 lii KNTEIIIMtlSEMILL.
T7IHF.W0DD for fIo at
rot uer of
fjueeu "I'd Nuuanu Mrect.
ONE Scheiblei'B I'ohuUeopo wllh
rninnlciH H'l of opparatu,
X Ua roluiniia, puiely
to furuUju countrlM, ft per
HTOfOLlW H. L, WBMMUOT 11, 18W.
t tit jn 'iafts by James F. Morgan,
l!y orderol Ll.OYD.3 AOKN'IS.lwtll
fell nl t'uhllo Auction at my Balmonm,
(iuf en street, for account or whom It
On TnUltSDAY, Foti. 13th,
AT IS O'CLOCK MIOX.
The cargo of I.uinW landed fiom the
bsrk "Id.i," eomprlMnq:
Vil-' pieces lxll
1x12 0:.,070 "
11x12 84,818 "
Ls:t 23,170 '
axC. 8,750 "
!iX.V -15,871; "
3:l 4('.,45r, "
y.4 110,370 "
:i.c :.G,oio "
:Ji) 47,ltiS "
1X5 .V!8 '
1x0 118.805 "
xl?.' 4 ft llattoiii!.
Terms Cash in U. S. Qold Coin.
IV The Lumber nan be seen on the
Ksphumde at rear of Lncns' Mill.
.IAS. V. MORGAN,
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
lly order of A I (JAR TVVRIOHT.
TriiMee of tho Ksluleof I.jdla K. Plikol,
I, will ell at I'uhLc Auction nt my
Hali-Mooui, Queen ulreel,
MONDAY, Maiolt rdf
AT 1 O'CLOCK NOO.
Srltuitel on Foil Mrei I, opposite the
LOT NO. 1-rIlfti ITS ivei frouiBfre on
Fort street aid ts 7J feet deep, con.
talnlng an ar. of 4,(liH Mpinru
LOT NO. 3HnsiW fwt fiiitilagooii
r'ort street and l vi-j- ra feol de p,
containing uti ami of 4,1)39 sip.iurr
Thei' Is a tO ftv.it luiie tioiwiu-ti the f
lot?, ihu iflvliiirihittldi: fi"iilai toiho
Thtse nre lhe moM deslr.iblc building
hltes ofl'eicd lor rale In the. city.
A plan of lhe Lr.li cm
be seen at my
tQr Bale subject
to I'tinllnnallon by
JAS. F. MORGAN,
At the Beaver Saloon
II. .1. Nttl.TK, Proprlelor.
FOU SAN FRANCISCO,
Will have Honolulu for the above
Friday, Feb. 1490
For Freight or Pusiiige, apply In
WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Afrents.
ON and after thin date, February 6,
18U0, .lew Fal only will rtpentho
11 r m name '. Fal Kee. All clalmB
iKln8t Iho llrm of Fal Kee, Nuuanu
htieei, inust be prtscntid for payment
Munhinn Mndo Pol !
IJAHTIKS wlHhina lo Ret Machine
Made Pol chu do so by leaving
their eonlainers plainly marked ai
Henry DavU'a Grocery Store, on Fort
htreit. Pol will be delivered on Tuif.
days and Frldaye. Container) must be
lull not later limn the dav lie fore.
IU9 lm KA1.1HI POI PAOTOHY.
Covniiui SnuBnu'o Market
JUST opened In "ArmetroiiflV Ulocli,"
near Klnir Btroel Hrldjje. For Fnlc
fnfli dally Head Chceae, Frnnltfnrter.
Holognn, Frylnf, Liver, Smoked and
4f.O IT l'topilrlor.
Is isBiiinga new form of insurance which provides, in the ovent of death, for n return of all premiums paid iu nd
dition to tho amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, Hie Company will
return nil tho premiums paid wilhliiteiest; or. instead of accepting the policy nnd profits in cash the leual holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FUKTIIKK PAYMENT OF PMC.MMJMS, tuke In
lien thereof tho amount of policy and profit in FULLY PAID UP insurance, participating annually in dividends
Ilemcmber, this contract Is Iwstted by the oldcwt Lifo Insurant- Company in the United SUten, and tho Lar
get Finnneiul Institution in the Wurld, Us assets exceeding One Hundred, anil Twcuty-Six Millions of Dollars.
fifiT For full particulars call on or
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS COMPANY.
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
LEMON. : DREAM -and-: PLAIN :
Solo Proprietor of
Gimr Me, ij Ale, Grenadine, EasnMrpyaile, Sarsaprilla, Mineral Waters, Etc
IS- All coniniunieiitions mul cwilcrH should be aildrcKHCtl to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Gate Citv Stone Filto !
Tliece Klltera ore easily denuded,
ami NKVER bgcome CHACKF.l) or
OHAZK1) by chanac of temperature, of
The Filtering Medium la a XATUHAl,
STOXK, mined from the earth. It li
unlike any other stone.
11. Dow Not Absorb Jtml
llccomu Foul !
IMI'CIUTIEH never I'F.NKTHATK
It, hut He on the surface, and Internally
the stone lemalus as pure and whirr
after years of iim a when taken from
The (Jute Cltv Stoni Ultcr U a per
fect hUccesii. It Ih the only real litter I
have ever been. I would not be without
one for any consideration. It converts
our lake water Into tho bet drinking
water in the world.
llKNitv W. Lyman, M. D.,
."iKI West Adaim St., Chicago.
HP For Ku'o by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Opj oiltc PprtckelR & Co.V I'ank,
4fC) if Fori jtrect, Honolulu.
T the nnnunl meeting of the Kaplo
JX. laul Park Asoelutlon held Ihb
28th ilny of .lauuary, 1S90, the following
(entleiiien wero elected to fiervo as a
Hoard of Dlreetoir. for the eiiHiiing year":
W. 0. lnvln,
W. M. Glffiiiil,
K. B. Cunha,
A. B. Cleghoru,
H. J. Xolte,
W. M. OUT A!(I,
'piIK Huwailan HlUo JsoibitlonV
JL HaiiHe, Klnu street, ft c!oml from
tills dale All pcreons are iioreby for.
blddun to prnctUo ever nbr.vo Htm go
until further notice. Uy ouler.
J. II. SOl'EH,
ProMeiit H. It. A.
H.mo'iilii, .lr.ii. 21, 1SI.-0. 0t lw
ELECTION ol" OFFICERS.
AT tho annual mectlriK of .hnOorraan
Hunt vnlent Hoe.loty lid oa .lauuary
,M.i; lt-00. the following ollhain were re.
rlecied for one year:
President... Hon. H. A. Wldemanr,
Viec-Preeident J. F. Hickfeh,
fecrctiry I. F. Kcknrdt,
Treasurer F. Klarap,
Auditor H. J. Nolle,
Trustee J. F. Hiclcfeld.
J. F. EOKARDT,
4S7 Ht SccHitary.
NOTICE to SHIFFERS.
7011 the more OHtlBtiielory Hccommo.
dntlou of our palron wo beg to
ttuguest to them that In caM! whero
rlraya nro rnjuiroil for hhlppinK goods
tnbiil.gotng Btcamora and coasterfl, or
in any cne wlinre rciiuired. nl 1 o'clock
eharp of tho day, they will find thnt by
ringing up-Mutual Teluptiuue. Wo. 20'j;
between 1?:13 and 12:4.VIn tte-nooa
hour thai Mrt Hewitt will bo there In
nci-Aou lo receive all orders, aud our
friend will thereby areuly facilitate
business lo tho better fftilsfaellrm of all
HUaTAUK it KOHHRTSON.
ClfAKfJIS of RESIOENCE,
Has removed from Fort mrtrt to
hello Lams Palatnu.
OfftTK Ilouiifi: 0 a. m. to 10 m. and 0
j m. to 1 v. u.
Mutuil GOS-(aTELEPHONESirB-ll 475
A Cure for Influouzu !
DR. LONER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COH
DIAL, one of Ihn best icmedlee
ever p:eparsl for coughn, nxthma, longi
and cliest trouble, and a great relief
to whooping cough aud throat afl'ecilou.,
Ask for Or. Lozier'i Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial (old at
And ilENSOX, SMITH CO,
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
1 2VIBW YORK
CORNER nOTEIi &
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTF.R TAKING STOCK I HAVE REDUCED 5IAXV f,lNE9 OF
GOODS. - J
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS
rJTill JET'etoranry li5t.li, Only.
124 pair . of Undressed Kid Gloves I
0 and 8 Buttons in perfect order nt $1 o pair Great Bargains.
All my DRESS GINGHAMS about MO pieceH to releel fiom aie ofTereil at
Cost Price. A mnall line of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
READ THIS A largo nsoortmont of READ THIS
WJHITJE XXRJEUSS GOODS,
Such or Piques, Embroidered Swi88C8, India Linen, Plain Swiss, NainwioU and
many other linea of White Goods. I will sell at audi a
piico that everybody will buy them.
tf Remember, I'obrunry Ifitli will clone this Sale. jgjl
U ! ' H.BB
B. F. BHLEBS & CO.
Great Bargains ! Great Bargains ! ; ;
AFTER TAKING STOCK
All Gooiis Sold at Greatly ReflUGBfl Prions !
LEADtto MILLINERY HOUSE
J V .' f
A GOOD PasUiroat Walklkl, lor a
llmlttsl number of horees, nt rca.
UEAD of Fat
Reul EHtato For Sale.
TWO Jlouaea and Lots on
.Hohello Lane, Pabima,
Convenient to oleum and tram
cura. Very healthy locality. j,ot om
King street, near HamaukuV L-inu. For
particulars apply to
JOHN F. nOWLlilt.
Or Chan. T. Gulick. 410 3m
" "art classesT '
DRAWING nr.a Palming in oils
und water colpr'', Monochrome.
Crayon, Etc , on Tuctulaya aud Friday
afternoon, and Baturdaya morning And
If. mitNTIKI.D, AriUt,
.Spieckela' block, Fnrt fltre;t.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
& IRON WATER,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
under tho management of MISS
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINSMITH and PLUMBER,
Corner of King and Alakea alreciH,
Honolulu, II. 1.
TK1 jEWION K t
WorUhop-.Mut 2G I Residence. .IVIul 23G
BSff" Kbtlnmti'3 furnished on all clucem
or plumbing and tlnfmilhing wo:k.
First c.lan workmanship and material
guaranteed In all tho above branch
of my IiiibIuosii at reusonable ratcp.
IMPORTANT to ALL !
I ESPECIALLY to thom whobolleve
li In cirnal rights, "'I he American
Bentlncl," a weekly paper, the object of
which l to Miow tho evils of "ltellgloim
Lrglslntion " Ono or more eoplcB of
different dalpa can be had free, by ap
plying poreonally or by post to tho
N. F. lUJIUlKSS.
Honolulu, II. I.
P.P. Would be glad to
the other ItlnniK
If I . .1