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I'ttdftd to uetthcr Sect nor 1'iiity,
lint eUablithed for the benefit of alt.
MONDAY, MAIL 10, 1890.
Klin; Mtilletoa of Samoa lias,
oiileteil the colu-,iou ot Ihiwnihins
fiom Ins tcnlnt. All the particulars
nt hand will bo given In a budget of
Saiuoun news crowded out to-dn.
Tho Ililo Itccoid advocates tele
phone extension on Hawaii, to make
complete connections with the cable
system. Tins is what the enteipiis-
in;; people of Maui have done on
1 heir island.
The Senate has adopted the lio
sidunl's suggestion to imitc His Ma
jesty King KabUaua to send a dele
gation to the Pan-American Con
giess. UepicscntatheHiltof Illinois
failed in an endcaor to secuie una
nimous consent in the House for the
Senate's resolution. This failure,
howccr, only detracts so much horn
the compliment, as a simple major
ity is all that is necessary .
One of the most interesting if not
altogether unexpected items by the
Ameiican mail is the selection of
Chicago as the site for the Woild'b
Fair of 1802. It tool; eight ballots
to make a choice, as St. I.ntiis and
Washington diided with New Yoik
the opposition to be oxeicome by
the metropolis of the West. The
lirst ballot stood: Chicago ll.,
New York 72, St. Louis 80, Wash
ington ."; and the deciding one:
Chicago l."7, New Yoik 107, St.
Louis 2."), Washington 18 necessary
to a choice, lot, out of :07 otes
S.in Francisco papeis in their so
ciety columns ghe ihteicsting ic
poits of the mairiagc of Mr. II. F.
Wichman, jeweler, of Honolulu,
and Miss flattie Woik of Oakland.
Jt was solemnied at thu Hiookljn
Presbyterian Chinch, Oakland,
Thursday aftcinoou, Feb. 20, in the
presence ol friends ol both the con
tracting parties. According to thu
descriptions tho decorations weie
especially beautiful, having been
an utical'ly arranged by the biidc's
fellow-members of the society known
as the King's Daughtcis.
The ceremony took place at 2
o'clock and at the appointed hour
Mendelssohn' maich was played by
Mis .Minnie Weeks, who presided
at the oigan. J'he odluiiiling clergy
man, Uev. E. S. Chapman, I). D.,
look his place, and the biidal party
made its appearance. The ushers,
MesMS. W. S. Watson and Thomas
Mealcy, the groom and the best
man, Mr. John .1. F.gan of Hono
lulu, advanced down the light aisle.
The biidesmaids, Miss Mcllie Lewis
of San Fiancisco and Miss Henri
etta Miller of Fast Oakland, led
the way in the left aisle, followed
by the maid of honor, Miss llattie
Leweis of Honolulu. Then came
the bride leaning upon the arm of
her uncle, Mr. Thomas Stealey of
After the ceremony a reception
was held at the home' of the bride,
12J10 Seventh avenue, Oakland, at
which none but the relatives of the
family were present. In the evening
l lie newly mairied couple departed
tor Del Monte for a short stay.
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
d ly of the following week, Mr. and
Mrs. Wichman were to receive at the
Work residence, 12 JO Seventh ave
nue. They will probably arrive in theii
ttitint home by the steamer Zealan
dia diic on Saturdav.
Ana Ililo, lcmauded from the 7th,
was lined S20. Costs 8.".
Wan Sai Yon, remanded liom the
M. Figueira, obstructing and
pencrling thecouise of justice, set
Oeorge Patterson, for fiuious
riming, was lined 820 and S!J costs.
The same individual, for being furi
ously drunk, was lined 20 with 81
, Ah Mo, larceny of coin, remanded
to Mai eh 12.
Kim Lee found it woith a line of
S.'iO and 8." costs to have unlawful
possession of opium, and All Quai
ituri Tai Hung weie nolle pros'd on
Six inrihiiluals chose to pay $0
for admission of drunkenness lather
lhau fight the case.
Moke, McCai thy and MeCloy weio
so obviously drunk as to be lined 8-1
and assessee &1 costs each.
Poai did and Nahuina did not
commit larceny of a watch, pioperty
of E. P. Smith.
Kalci (w) and Doctor Edmund
disturbed the quiet of the night
8fi.:i() and SI wortli respectively.
Kalua guilty of battery on Loke
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Haimony Lodge, I. O. O.
Hand concert at Emma Square,
Meeting Staff and Line OHlccrs
Honolulu Killcs, 7:110.
fauMtafe i.M .3- . ' JUlt( '
mtm i ma mm
tin 'fHht'i'sin, l. 28, per
Aunt nil in.
I MI'DIl K-'ATIX
I III. wai: ll I in: TIM SI.
The Ameiican Sugar Kclinory,
San Kiuiici-eo, was closul under the
judgment of .lurigc Wallace against
the Oust. Palticl. l'cildj was ap
pointed receiver. Haenipyer
Elder, representing the trust, ob
tained a stay of proceedings on the
2f)lh, bv filing a petition to the Su
pieme Coutt, praying for an injunc
tion lcquiring .lurigc Wallace and
Receiver I.eririy to show cause why
they should not he adjudged guilty
of contempt of court in lefuMnglo
obey the (Joint's wiit of prohibit ion
issued on Feb. 18.
The Court, after hearing tho peti
tion, issued an order restraining the
receiver from iuteifering with tho
petitioners' alleged right to control
and woil. the relinerv until 10 a, m.
of Match :, when Judge Wallace
must appeal and show cause why
the writ should not be made abso
lute, and he anil the receiver be
punished for contempt.
The closing of the lellnery caused
much excitement in different
branches of the sugar tiade. The
Chronicle teports charge the Cali
fornia Hellneiy (spreckels') with
bovcotting groceis who had been
customers of the American.
A London despatch, 27th, lepnrts
Master Abiaham Lincoln, thought
to be dying tho pi e ions night, had
rallied. He received great telicf
from the lancing of the abscess from
which he was suffering.
Ilerr Edouard Stiauss signed an
engagement at Vienna with an Am
eiican impressario for a three
months' tour with his lomplele or
chestia in the Initeri Stales during
the coming season.
At Cincinnati the liver was ol feet
aboe low watci and still lising on
the 27th, but theio were no a'ppie
hensions of devastating Hoods like
those of 1 SS:. and 1SSI, when the
water reached 71 feet.
The l'. S. S. EntPipiisearrivcdal
New York from the European sta
tion, 27th, liiinging the body of
Geo. II. Pendleton, late Minister
at Ilerlin. Chief Engineer Entwistle
and Ensign Kline were under ai
rest to be Hied by court maitial.
The chief engineer is accused of im
pudence to the commander and the
ensign of sleeping at his post. Com
mander McCalla, who had his lii.t
duty in this commission of the Entei
prise, is a very stiict disciplinaiian,
and life on board is s.iiri to have
been veiy unhappy for olllcers and
The Pacilic Mail Steamship Co. at
a meeting in New York" disetiseri a
new China line, to run from Ta
coma, Wash., in connection with the
Northern Pacilic Railroad. Piesident
Geo. Gould said after the. meeting
that it Tacoma would give adequate
terminal facilities the project would
piobably be carded thioiigh.
Two thousand dock laboieis are
on strike in Lhcipool.
The Duke of Seville has been pai
rioneri by the Queen of Spain. He
was banished in 1S8I! for speaking
insultingly of the Queen because
she had refused him an audience.
Feiguson denied in the House of
Commons that the HehiingSca ques
tion was settled. Negotiations w etc
The Swiss Government has issued
the programme of discussions at the
P.erne labor congress. It com
prises Sunday work, employment of
women and eliildicn, maximum day's
work for men and women, methods
of enfoicing stale icgulations of
labor, and the question of periodical
Emperor William will open Hie
labor confeience called by him in
pei son. Spain and Poitugal aie in
Dom Pedro, in an intciview with
a Huenos Ayres editor, said the ic
public will bo able to govern the
country because the Ura.ilians are a
patriotic people. He would con
tinue lo serve them in Eiuope as at
home, and would respond to a call
to return. He would not, however,
do an thing to cause strife among
the people. There is a leport from
llia.il that Dom Pedio will be offei
eri the presidency. Some uneasi
ness is felt at I'io" Janeiro over the
riepaituie of large numbers ot for
eigneis. Arthur W. Banctt, secretary of
the P. S. legation at Caracas, Ven
e,uela, has been forced to lice the
country for fear of being murdeicd.
He published a letter criticising
Venezuelan politics, politicians and
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play this evening at Emma Squ.uu
commencing at 7:.10 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
MiiiiIi Vienna Sclilld
Om line Italian In Aljjicr Itoselnl
Mlseieie II Tim. Unit Willi
Selection Mm tint I'lotow
.Mlklol, 1iiii Oliiilu, t'a IliM no me A'u.
Selection The Giuud Duihcs
Dho I'iece Ku lle.ia llll.n....lleiger
liilliiil-I.ii fiilomu Kiwis
Wall .My Queen ( 'noic
J law all I'oiml,
DAILY BULLETIN. HONOLULU, II. I., MAIiCII .10, 1800.
Mr. K. J'otloyu, who illumed by
tho Atislrall.1, is inputted in a San
Francisco paper to have been as
saulted and robbed on Market stteet,
San Fiancisco, one night.
Mr. II. W. Schmidt lias icluined
after many mouths' absence in Ger
many. He will start a wholesale
geneial merchandise business heie,
for which huge stocks aie on the
way. Mr. Schmidt is looking in
good health and spiills.
Hon. E. V. Macfarlane is back
from his almost filing liip to San
Francisco looking as lull of anima
tion as ever.
Mr. W. A. Whiting, banister, is
home again fiom a lengthy jaunt to
the Coast, lie is accompanied by
Mr. II. Lose i eturned on Saturday
from a i-it to his native land, Ger
many, weaiing all Iheappeaiancc of
having had a healthliil and pleasant
excursion twice oei two seas and
Mr. Jam's Ciunnilng is going,
lie is going lo South Allien where
diamonds are thirkci than Honolulu
mosquitoes. The Mi i i.i.nv will be
foi warded lo his address on the ro
ceipt of a gem, say two inches in
Mr. Alfieri Fowler, of the great
engineering linn of John Fowler A
Co., of England, wa9 a passenger b
the steamer Australia. Mr. Fowler
is on a journey round the world and
will i emalii here a few weeks to isit
the volcano and some of the sugar
estates in which his firm is intoicfitcil.
Next week he will probably visit the
new Kauai eslate, in which his bro
ther, Mr. U. II. Fowler (who isited
the islands some yeais since), in
vested, with Mr. Watson, a half
million dolhus. ."Sir. Fowler is at
present the guest of Col. Macfailane
Altoiney-Geneial C. W. Ashford
hasuluined much rclieshcri from
abioari, with a ladiaut countenance
betokening a lie.nl for any fate.
It has heen laining heio for two
weeks and the loads aie impassalile
for anything hut riiiesliiaiis. To
day (Maich 7th) tlicie has heen
lie.uy lain from the south all day
and to-night it is l-lowing a gale
f i om the same direction. We aie
in for an old time koua and people
aie ptepaiing aicordlngly.
Tliere is sonic little excitement
heie among a certain few over a
minor that there arc to he some ar
rests made for illegal practices at
the late elections, hut who the pai
ties aie, and what were the illegal
piactices, rumor sayclh not.
The mills are still grinding al
though the weather is so had that
the output of sugar cannot he
hauled away. It is all hut impossi
ble for bullocks to diaw empty calls
thiougli the mud, and that being the
only means of transpoitation to the
raiiioad terminus, it has to be stored
in the mills lo await better weather.
Maui, Marcli 7.
W. IJ. ISowwr, V. S h i-"gien full
powoi of attorney to Paul Ninboig,
ji., to not foi linn in his iilivoin.0 I'mni
ARMORY, 1st BATTALION
Hawaii n Voi.irn.Ks. i
lloiioliilu, Mnichf,. It(). f
1)KltL'ANT to onkr fiom
lkiul(juiirter- .mil hi eon.
lotmilv willi the Milit'iry Art
of IPls, tin- ComiiiW-loiiul Oill
cm of the Hiiwniiini Vnliinlcii
nio lieiehy oiduriil lo icpoil at
iliu Itilles Armoiv. in fatigue
L'Mifnim.on MONDAY, Mmoli
10. IbilO. lit 7:!10 l'. m slmrp, lor
the purpose of m:il.ini; a furtlier noini
intiou nr Ci loiul lor l lie ensuing two
41 'it Ml"r.C'om lsilt.it II nl.
AMKLTINO of tin- Moolvlioli!or of
tho Iteriprocity Snjjni Co. will lie
held at llie rMleo of Hon W. It Castle,
nt 13 o'clock nonii, on WEDNESDAY,
March 1?, lf-OO, for Hie election of olll
ecisanil traii'-iiotioii of otlior linnnrrtnt
Imdness. K- I. SI'ALDIML
Ar, !)r ticrUiny.
IJAl'L IST:Xl.i:KG, .Ik., hohU full
jiowtr of lUlorney lo lid lor me
ilurlnc my ahsct'oo fiom tlin Kinuiloiu.
W. It KOWAT, V.S.
I!nnoliihl. MmcIi7, !i0 -I'.M ill
DHAI'TXo. IL'S, di.iwu h lliollo
iiomii .sugir Co. l'eli. in, l Mill.
for :i'.'0 lias been lot oi stolen. All
p.u Iliu ae heieli w allied agiiusi
iioKotlalliig siiine. I'.'- 1 in
7U0M tho foist a eliolco lot of
Cluirs, Clsniilles anil loliirco",
winch will he sold at verv lew in ioj
t!)0ini No. 87 Klntc blii-t I.
FOK SAN FKANC1HCO,
The Al SlLjiiifchlp
Will liiwc Honolulu foi tliuaho
Friday, March 14,
Foi J-'ielgliloi I'lts-tne, appl) to
WM. 0. IK WIN & CO., Afjcr.ti.
Auction Sales by fames P, Morgan,
On WEDNESDAY, Mnr. 1 2,
AT 10 U'CI.Ot'll A. 11.,
At tin1 ulilenrc of Mn THANK
(JUNHA.SiliiinlHtKct, on Kw:i ridu of
ih-i l!rl(l;c, 1 will fell nt I'liHlc Alio
Household -i- Furniture
BlacK Walnut Parlor Sat,
JllltllU Ci'iilei' TtilL,
1)( council (Innlii Lamp.,
finclictv iV (llisswate,
Westwood Stovo & Utensils,
r.to., i:ic, j:io, r.to.
JAN. V. MOKUAX,
-ttIS Ul Aui'liomor.
rrusiiiu National Iuhuv
Dl'lMN'G Mr. lMinionsilinehk-i'siili-senee
I -lt.ill iilleml lit llie hu.
no's of alioo Couipiuy heio, ami I am
now io.iiI, lowiile In-ni -nice on faoi
m.i iw c. iioi.ti:.
UAVINtl soM din my inloicl In llu
lit m ol K Mmo.Vsfo in .1 N. S.
Willi im1-, all piTfnns imlililiil to xul'l
Una 'ire leipiircil to piy the iimoinilmif
1 lit! i 'nili'litulmsj m nio, .mil all Inn in n
lrrniiu's iil' ilusl siul 11 in will piu'ini
iliom loini-f-u pi mi nt at llieoillieof
. More & Co.
Tiio,. !. LUCAS.
Ponnhi'ii, l'el'. 1, l-!l(). -182 1m
ELECTION of OFF1GI31CF.
,4 Tlho lognl.ii timiiinl niceliiigof the
1 JtoMil Hawaii in Holel Co. held
heio lo-ila, the fiillowiug nllleeis wno
appointed foi the ciMiIng ,ear:
(I. Y. Mnefailane I'le-iilenl,
V.. ('. M.ief.ul nio.. ice-l'ieaideiit,
W. M. (ii.ihain Tieiiiinu.
M. Cat'oii Seeiotan .
H. CAT TON.
reoiel.ilV It. II. II. Co.
Honolulu, I'd) (!. lspil. Ml Ii
ELECTION of OFFICEKS.
AT llie annual meeting of llie stoeK
lioldeis of Hie Intor-l'-lanil Steam
Navlgitloii Co, (L'd), held this d iv,
thu following ollleei- wen- eleiled foi
llie 1'imiIiiu; o.u :
W. I!. (Jodfie.i I'le-i.lenl.
.1. Km i l(e-l'iosiiinl.
.1. L. McLean Si cielan ,
W. II. Mol.etn Tiea-iu.'i.
T. . Hohion mllloi-.
nilil.i i lt-:
W. II. C.odftex. Ii. X. Wileov, .1.
I'.M. i ami 'M. P. Itnlibi-oii
.1. L. Mcl.HAN,
fceeielui v I. I. .S. '. Co.
Honoliihi. Mnuli I,'1S!KI. 411.1 Iw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT llieaiiiiuil uncling of the stock
holileis of the O iliu ltlllwin A
LmdCo held IliM il-iy, llie lolowii,
olllceu who i'l"i idl lo'- llie cntulti-j
.1. II. liiy.
. tin 'ii e I'lLshli 1 1,
.1 I Dow -ill
V. C. Wihloi.
IS Ltwers . ..
W. O Alile .
C V I.tuke.i..
V F. Alius..
.1 li.Cis.tle, S C Allin, T. H. Walku,
.1 0. neiuil
W. (!. AhllLHY,
Honolulu. IMi. 'Ji!, IS'.O. -I!ll! Iw
Union Iron Works Co.
"VrOTIOH I- heicliy gien tli.it ai a
ll iiieelilig nl llie snivel tliei lo llie
i-.ipllal '-look of the ahoc u.inied Coiu
i,im held in Honolulu, 11. I., Match
;. lS'.lO, II :is voted to m eept Iliu
Chatter of Coipoiatiou dat d Man Ii 1.
18110. for the lei in of llflj ,eai, gi.iuleil
1V the HawaiiiiiilioM'iiiuieut. 'I lie 11. i
hillly of llio i-tockholilei- is llnilled lo
the 'amount due and unpaid on the
chare-, held. 'J'he following ollli ( h
weio elei ted for llu' eii'iling ji ai :
.I.N. S. William- Pie-ltlent,
It. Mine M'lietiiij A; '1'ieaMiiei,
A . .1 . Oa I tw l Iglit Auditoi .
The idioxo n lined ollleei s al-o constl
lute a Itu.iid of DhoetoH.
llMilin Seeietai. tt'lici-mer.
17llti:VOOn for i idu at Hawiiiinu
Cominereial Saleiinoni", loinci ol
Qurcn tiiul Nuuiinu MrielB. Urt If
ion -m.i: in
S3. TVS". lyVl$rJB:S.OJU,
I'll Xn. M! hilif;scel. liw
BBiiarture Bay Coal!
L lliil, "C. (). Whltmnie."
inn sM.I' AT
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Kill Xn, UHJiueiiMiool. flm
SiiSmeXU&i JtL.M. AtfAlt.l4Ch..T'. -
Is issuing a new form of insuinnce which provides, in the ccnl of death, for a let urn of all ptoniiims paid in ad
dition to the amount of Hie policy, or, should the insured survive n given number of yeni 3, Hie Company will
leluin all the premiums paid with Inleiest; or, Instead of accepting tho poller mid prolits in cash the leuul holder
liny, WITIIOUTMEDlCALEXAMIXATIONaudWITHOUTFEKTHEK PAVMENTOF I'KEMIUMS, lake in
lieu thereof Hie amount of policy and piolils in FULLY PAID UP insuiaiice, paiticipating annually in dividends.
Hcinomber, this coutiaot is issued Ity the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United Slatea, and thu Lar
gest Financial Institution in the Woiltl, Its assets exceeding Due Hundred anil Twenty-Sk Millions of Dolhus.
JCuT For full particular call on or
Fresh Cakes, Pies.
J I iuu-
I'nmily It lead,
ii mil Saloott Broad,
gS2 Anil will he DFLlVFUr.I) PUKE of CHAHOL to any
Colleo, Tea, Clioool.ito & Milk,
; Citfiiri'Ho Tobaciio, IMpes, Cigar & Olgiirotio I Told cms, Cold Drinks!, E(.
Open fiom .'I.IIO A. si. until ShliO i. m. SiCtimlay uiglil, open all nighl. Hell Telephone 2S2.
I'elephniie 211. Tost Olileo Ho 178. ' KS7 ,
TflHlT! LEMONADE WORKS COlWiY.
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
asLa HSa Vl lea
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginger Ale, Hon Ale, Grenafline, Mrnjm, Sarsaparilla, liwel Waters, Etc,
s&" All coinniuiih'atloits iiiul orders should be addrosHOd to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
:W0 1 m -ALjyents.
M U D :
"VTOW tint the rainy senson is upon
i n, i eri Loily w.ints n door mat
lliatwi'l lie mi oniiuieil nt the lionl
iloor, mill ill thoioiiglily ilo iliu work
i(ipiilel ol it The
Ir itc-t tl e Ihln. It
souKeil h tain, iih 1h III
I'll not become
eiM- willi liliei
ii It an. Ik'ilik'
mil-!, mill H iiiways ueeiwdtan
liinilu of (iihiiuieil lie
They Cannoi Rust
AbiIo iniiuy of tin) wlic miiU now in
ice. The arj f.u hiipuloi to mill fin
ino-e (lur.llile thiti lll'ir oi nililiel. ('.in
he hail or tfltul Wire at
Ilawaiiiin Hardware Co.,
Oppisite ypiceUel's.V C.i'h II ink,
432 If FoitMucl, Honolitlll.
NEW YORK LINE !
AN AI Vc-sel will lie ilosp iteheil foi
Iliniohilii lo p.ill fiom XowYoik
In nil Hid monlli of Apiil. Oi dels for
fiomls to lie fhlppeil by tlll- M'-viO
should ho foiw.udctl as c.nly as po-l-hle
lo bisiiie -liipinent For filltliei
p.u Hi iil.ii - llKiube of the Afi'mK
Honoliihi. II. 1.
Or, W. II.CROSSMAXA. HRO.,
77 iV 7il Uio.ul slieet.
P),1-Jiu New Yoik Oily.
-ion sau: iiy 'i in:
ING up Sid Mutual Telephoim tor
-V Otlorle'B K.M'aviillnu.
',-iM. .'itSMMiAw'Ujitiw.. 4 ,'..,
OTS 3VE3W '033,1
mm uu i
h aa - mr t tm
ALWAYS OX HAND AN'I) TO OUDP.It
- od l'ig'u Feel, JfYilri, Ham,
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Hoof, Salad,
MANILLA - AMERICAN CIGARS !
A MUCH'. ASSOIiTMKNT OP
:-anth PLAIN: SODA,
Om (licit Aiind.il Koinn.uit Sale,
COMMENCES THIS SATURDAY
And will mii pass any that hat ever taken place at this oi any oilier
KBJIXANT.S IX ALL JIKLMRT.IIEXTM !
We must Fell our Jteninants and you will be ulud to buy theni at low prices
at which they aie ofleicd. J5o sine to be on hand Satiudiiy.
.V. It. All 4oiIm .llu i'k ed it Itli IMuIn I'kuith unit Mold i'oi-CumIi Only
Chas. J. FSSHELS,
The Leading Millinery House, Coiner Foil &. Hotel sts.
Itloclc, No. 77
French, Euili'aml Americau Dry aid Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Haw just' loeoiwil by last AtiHti.ilin n line line of
Cotton Challis at 15 cents per Yard !
.lust llio ni.ileiinl for Spiinp and Summer Wear.
CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTER TAKINO STOCK I HAVE REDUCED MANY LINES OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OK THE FOLLOWING OOODS
rrill February l;Mi, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves 1
( and 8 llulloim in peifect ouler at a pail Oieat UainaiiiH.
All my DRESS OINtlllAMS about 110 pieces to Foleet fiom aio odeied nt
Cost l'licc, A Miutll lino of
Scotch GiHiams at a Great Reduction !
HEAD THIS A largo aHsmtment of HEAD THIS
WHITE IXOHJSSS OOOOS,
Such an l'iqiics, Eniltroiduicd SwIse-ck, India Linen, Plain Swiss, Nainsook
inuny othor lilies of White Goods, I will i-ell at Mich n
price that ovciybody will buy ilium.
g0 licmenibei, Kobiuary
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls,
Oiahiiin Ouiol.ei ,
CofTus Catas, Elc, Etc.
p-iit of the city. j3
is so eagerly looked foi by
10th will closo this Sale.
Corner Holl & Fori. Hirpolg.
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