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DA1LS BULLffiTJH : HOflOJLULU, B, J., JULY B, J&X).
NOW IS THE TIME.!
Tlie Eauitable Life msso rasice
Society of tho United States,
Aie now selling their Uonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following arts a fuw of tho many attractive forms offered by this
original and progiessive Company;
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIKE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company ts equitatuV, its payments prompt and certain, und its
'(From the Xcio York Sun, April -ith, 1890.)
The Largest UuHlncss Ever Tra.mmctetl by :i Ufa Aivmr-
The now btisinc of the Equitable Life Assurance S6ciety' of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Firry
Million Dollaus. TUis is at the rate of two hundred millions ofasmtr
an.eeor the year, aiad is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
iSyiufoimation cheei fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the Undersigned at hi3 oHlee,
ALEX. J. OAKTWRIGHT,
General Aent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jnn-l-UO
K. It. JTKNimv, President iKMnnagci.
Gonmnv Brown, Seeretaiy & Tij'.itfurer.
John Ena, Vice-President
Ceoii. BnowN, Auditor.
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lardware, Glassware, Crockery,
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MNTATM SUPPLIES of ETO DEOGRIPTION !
The "G.welle" IJ-wliooied Riding Plow & Equalizor,
Bluebeard Rice Plow, Plan tern' Steel & Goosenccftcd Hops,
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HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
I . JLJLofse, JBLose Hose,
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Powder, Shot A' Caps, The Celebrated "Club" Machiue'-loaded'Cartridgce,
Hrt'rt Patent "Duple" Dio Stock for Pipe it Bolt Threading,
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Wm. G. Fiber's Wrought Steel Ranges.
Gate City Ktono Filters,
"New Process" TwiBt Drills,
nov-'29-89 " Ncal's Cnrringc P.iints.
TuunsoAT, July 0.
The House opened at 10 o'clock.
Hop. Lucas, from Honolulu, GO
names, that tho market be kept
where it is, that the present build
ing bo repaired and enlarged, that
the stalls be sold at auction, and
the upset price bo the amounts at
present paid. Public lands com
Rep. Knliookutio, tha. a road be
opcucd from Kohala to Ilarla. Re
i'erred, on motion of Ecp. Vaelmole,
to the Minister of luteiior.
Hep. Baker, fiom Hilo, that tho
Constitution be abolished because it
was obtained by force and deprivos
natives of rights. Judiciary com
mittee. Rep. Kamai, from liana, that the
law requiring the sale of public
landsat auction be repealed. Ju
Also, a similar petition including
Crown lands. Also, a similar peti
tion, praying further that public
lands be sold only to native Hawai
ian?. All tabled to be considered
with any bill on the subject.
Rep. Baker, from Hilo, that law
for segiegation of lepcis be lepcal
cd, and that lepcis bo taken caic of
on the islands where they belong,
and that the Government provide
hospitals and phsieians for them.
Noble Baldwin, two petitions
from Mukawao, that the two tPiih9
of Com the held at Wailuku. Ta
bled for consideration with bill.
Noble Pua, fiom Manpn, piotcst
ing against water being taken from
the alley for outside purposes.
Public lauds committee.
Rep. Kamai, from liana, that the
sale of opium be licensed, tabled.
ThatHonoula and llaela.be contin
ued as part of liana election dis
trict Public lands committee.
Rep. White, two fiom Lahaina,
for 83000 to build a road from Pa
lawan to MjupIc. Minister of In
terior. Rep. Kahookano, two petitions
for water pipe ser ice for different
settlements in Kohali. Public lands
Rep. White, from Lahaina, for
61000 for a road from Lahaina to
Kauaula valley. Public lands com
mittee. KKrours of cojijiitteus.
Rep. Lucfts, punting committee,
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLOTBXETGf, TIN, COFFEE AMD
99a Sheet Iron Work.
E. B. THOMAS,
Estimate! Given on Brick, Iron. Slona h
Wooden Bulldlrgs. Jobbing
. xr.r.i'd i'ou saix
Brick, Lime, Cement, Piaster of Paris,
JlarblcDunt, WIio Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Quarry Tiled GxlS led, wlilte ami blue;
Jllnton, Plastic and Kneuubtlo '1 1I6S Jn
various patH'rn,3, all kinds of DinlnHge
fS-Okkiok SoutliOftst" corner Ala
kea and Qiipou sticutK,
Mutual -TELEPH0HEStarB8ll 351
union ice Oo.
Ii. O. ADIiEB, Mnnocor.
Are uoff prepared to deUw Ico to any put
of tho City.
Tlio packing and nblpmcnt of country
orders will ivcelvo inont careful attention.
i r A'OLUMESKncvclomedia Ililtnn.
JL jnlca, Morocco bound, in good
Apply at this
All of our Ico is manufactured from
Pino Moiintuln Water, cm cf ully jlltei cd
by tho Hyatt Pino Water Co. Fitter,
wlilt'li is unlvcif.illy iiLknowlcdged to
be tho bot litter made.
I'nclue" of Uutter, Qame, Fifli,
Meats, Etc., H'ceied for cold storage
hi our Ecfi Jgeratlng Jtoimia at niodu
rale rates, . ' .
J Ice for lalo at the Factory at any
hour, day or night. 5WJia
report ot committee on foieign rela
Rep. Kalua invited the members
to embark on the steamer J. A.
Cummins'at'I o'clock this afternoon
for a trip to Maui, returning to
leave Maui Saturday afternoon.
Rep. Baker, $5000 for erecting a
storehouse for kerosene and other
explosives in Ililo. Tabled for con
sideration with Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Kahookano, $10 to refund
taxes to Ignacio, $5 to refund taxes
to a certain Portuguese. Referred
to Minister of Finance.
Rep. Rickaul, $10,000 for road
from 'Waitnca t North Kohala.
Tabled for consideration with Ap
Rep. Cummings, $.")000 for road
from Kawaipniia to Mupauilii;
$1000 for road from schoolhouso at
Pupuka to Holani's place; $10,000
for load from School street to Pauoa
bridge. Public lands committee.
Rep. Kauhi, $2500 for road on
Wairaalu hill in Ewa. Tabled J"or
consideration with Appropriation
Rep. Kamai, $5000 for building
bridges at Kailua and other places
in liana. Tabled as above.
Noblo Marsdeu gave notice of a
bill to liceusje the sale of beer and
Rep. Kamai, $!3000 for building a
biidge at Keanac ; &3000 for repair
ing road from Honouja to Kipahulu.'
Tabled as aboe.
Noblo Phillips gave notice of ))ils
to regulate lodging houses jn Dis
trict of Kona, Oahu, and relating to
licenses to keepers of hotels and
victualling houses iu the same dis
trict. Noble Parker read a first time his
bill relating to tho Cabinet, which
establishes rule by a majority of
Noble .Horner read a first time his
bill to provide for the destruction of
confiscated liquors, but tho Piesi.
dent said the bill was not before
tho House until a native version
Rep. Paehaole, $500 for repairing
courthouse and jail at Pukoo, Molo
kai. Tabled for consideration nith
the Appiopriation Bill.
Rep. Waipuilanl, $5000 for pro
viding means of killing tlio blight on
coffeo, commonly called the lady
bng. Tabled for consideration with
Noblo Mullcr's bill on plant dis
casPB. Noble "W. V. Horner read a (list
time his bill to regulate the sale of
Rep. Kanealii read a first lime his
bill to define the hours of labor un
Noble Pua, presented a resolution
for $2500 for assisting native Ha
waliuna now at Salt Lake, Utnh, in
destitute clicunistanees, to icturn
to the kingdom.
Minister Brown said there was al
ways an item in the Appropriation
Bill for tho return of liuligcut Ha
waiians. Laid on' the (able. ,
Jlepi'Rickwd' gave .notice pf a tyH
to amend the law relating to public
instruction. Also, of a bill to en
courage tho cultivation of coffee.
Also, of a bill to amend tbc home
Rep. Nawatn gave notice of a bill
to prohibit barbed wire fences.
Also, of a bill to provide for the de
struction of confiscated liquois,
Minister Peterson presented the
following answer to the question or
, "Amount expended for assisting
counsels in criminal case during
the last llual period.
"Sept. 19, 1888, Jos. N.iwahl,
$50 assisting prosecution in Rex.
vs. Kawelo, murder, May term
1888 at Ililo.
'Oct. 2, '88, V. V. Ashford,
$250, conducting prosecution in
Rex vs. Aiona and 7 others, liquor
cases in Ililo Police Court, May '88.
"Dec. 13, '88, V. V. Ashford,
$50 assisting piosccution in Rex. vs.
Aiona, etc., tried before juiy Nov
ember term 1888 at Avaimea.
"Dec. 17, Chas. Creighton, $100,
assisting prosecution at Waimea
term, November, 1888.
"Jnu. 4, 1889T A. E. Hitchcock,
$10, assisting in Rex vs. Krolai,
larceny, and Rex. vs. Manuel dc
Motto, truancy, both appeals from
the Hilo Police Couit to the Cucuit
"Jan. 22, 1889, W. A. Whiting,
S50, assisting prosecution in Rex
vs. Robertson, Jan. term of tho Su
premo Court, 1889.
"Jan. 2G, 1880, A. Rosa, $50, as
sisting prosecution in Rex vs. Mql
tcuo, Jan. term of the Supreme
"Jan. 20, 1889, Paul Neumann,
$50, assisting prosecution in Paoa,
leper assault case at Kauai, Aug.
"April 20, 18S9, John L. Kaulu
kou, $100, assisting piosccution in
Rex vs. Aila, muider, at Kauai,
August term, 1888.
"Juno 22, 1889, John L. Kaulu
kou, $100, assisting prosecution nt
Wailuku term,' June, 1889.
"July 12, 1889, Paul Neumann,
$100, Rex vs. Patrick Hayes,
"July 15, 1889, A. S. Hartwell,
$400, Rex vs. Robertson,
"July 17, 1889, W. A,
$150, do., 3ccond trial.
"Aug. 2, 1889, A. St
$500, ret'iiner for prosecution of
parties for complicity in the insnr
tectionof July 30, '89.
"Aug. 2, 1889, F. M. Hatch,
$i)Q0, retainer for the same,
"Nov. 8, 1889, F. M.
$500, retainer for tho
"Civil cases. .
"Jan. 22, '90, Chas. L.
100, services in Bowler vs
l'an Government, two cases.
t'Jan 82, '90, F. Mj. Hatch, $100,
services in Skinner vs. Hawaiian
G overnmen t. $200. "
Noble Widemann asked if these
sei vices'wero actually performed.
Minister Peterson said that Mr.
Hartwell worked on the cases but
was not present at the trials.
Noble Widemann asked if it was
the practice of inumbeis of the
bar to keep a retainer when tliey do
not perform the woik.
Rep. Brown would like -to find
that out, too, but baldly thought
the lion. Noble was in cider.
Minister Peterson (icpiying to
Noble Widemann) said that was
tbc practice in other countries, but
as yet it was unsettled in this coun
try. Noble "Widemann moved a select
committee be appointed to investi
gate the matter.
Noblo, Macfatlane thought it
might as well go to the finance com
mittee. Noble Wideman withdrew his
motion and the matter dropped.
ODDER OP THU DAT.-
On motion of Minister Brown the
House proceeded to the order of
Noble Muller moved tho rules be
suspended to make bis bill for the
suppression of plant diseases and
jnsect pests the first outer. Cur
ried, The bill was read.
'Noble Baldwin moved tho bill be
referred to the committee on com
tneice, but withdrew the motion, on
Noble Muller cxpiessing tho desire
that the bill bo dealt with- to-day.
Noble Baldwin then spoke of tho ra
pid extension of the scale bug blight
in and about Honolulu, and the im
portance of immediate steps to
ward its extirpation.
Rep. Nawalii was not In favor of
passing this bill now. Tlio blight
was not imported but arose from
climatic changes here. Wc have
had a great many things like that
proposed here rice birds to kill
worms, which let the worms alone
and ate tho rico ; a strange animal
to kill rats hut which killed more
chickens thai) rats, etc,
Noble Widemann said Dr. Wile,
brand brought the Jantaim here, but
if people knew what it was they
would have destroyed, the flra
plants. Somebody else had brought
the mimosa here and it was said it
had been the salvation of the coun
try, but he couldn't sec it in that
light, and believed it should liave
been nipped lu the bud.
Rep, Kalua moved the House ad
journ till 10 o'clock Monday morn
ing. (Cries of "No.") Lost.
The House topk teccss from 3
to 1 :30 o'clock,
Consideration of the bill for pre
vention of plant diseases and insect
pests ww' resumed.
Sec. 1 authorises tlio appointment
of tlirco competent persons for each
island having ports of entry who
shall bo designated "Commissioners
Nublo Burchardt moved to amend
so os to crento a boird not mcioly
for each island but for each port of
Amendment aud section as
Sec. 2 provides for the duties of
tlio commissioners. They aro given
power to enter any premises where
they bcltcvn the blight exists and
cause any tree or plant affected to
he cleansed or destroyed.
Noblo Widemann moved to amend
by adding the word trees, so as to
make the expense of cleansing any
lice or trees on any place borno . by
the propel ty owner.
Rep. Kapachaole opposed tho
amendment, thinking the public
should pay tho expenses.
Noble Muller was against the
Rep. Rlckard moved an amend
ment to provide for the relief of
poor people who might bo affected
by the law.
Noble Widemann said the taro
blight comos and goes, and any
body finding it in his fields should
destroy the plants without wniting
for tlio commissioners. The latest
tree blight was confined to this isl
and. Rep. Waipuilnni did not agree
with the hon. Noble. If coffee
ticesv,erc to be destroyed for the
common protection, the publio
should bear the expense.
Noble Crabbe moved an amend
ment whicU the President said was
the same as that moved by the rc
picscntative from Haraakua.
Rep. "White said the English ver
sion was that the tices should be
destroyed, while 'the native version
waB that they should -be rcmoed.
This would make trouble among
Hawaiian). He tnoed to strike out
the words, "or destroyed."
Rep. Brown was in Tavor of the
bill generally, but further amend
ment was 'required. It was too ar
bitrary, cave too much power to
commissioners. They could destroy
his treos without giving him oppor
tunity to cleanse them. He moved
an amendment giving a ten dayB
trial to see if trees cannot be
cleansed before destruction.
Noble J, Kauhane considered the
bill hardly intended to meet the
blight kno'wn for many years in this
country, but rather to prevent the
further spread of the blight lately
appeared. It would not bo right-to
make the country pay for the sup
pression of this blight on large plan
tations. If this law passed without
Noble Widemann's amendment, and
peoplo found the Government pay
ing for removal of the pest, there
would soon be no money lelt in the
treasury for any other puipose, it
would .ill go to paying expenses of
removing this new blight.
Noble Baldwiu thought there were
6omo icasons why owners of plants
should pay tlio cost of destroying
the blight, but they could not dis
tinguish between the rich and the
poor in the matter. Therefore the
public ought to -pay tlje expenses.
A man on another island had an
equal interest in cleaning out the
pest with one living in Honolulu.
Perhaps there was a danger of plan
teis getting in league with commis
sioners and having their ripe cane
cut for theqi at public expense, but
to lay joking aside he thought there
would be sufficient limit to the ex
pense in the amount of the appro
priation. Neither the Minister of
the Intel ior nor a commissioner
would attempt to exceed the
Noble,). M. Horner thought the
bill very reasonably drawn as it
stood, and be did not see that they
could do much better than pass it
without material change. The bill
confined all notion to a "reasonable"
Rep. Paehaole was in favor of Mie
section as iu the bill.
Rep. Ricknrd's anieudment car
ried. Noble Widemann's amendment,
to make the expense a piivate charge
to the owner of premises, was lost.
Rep. Brown's amendment, pro
viding a ten dt.3's' trial at cleansing,
Sec. 3, providing for notice to be'
given by masters of vessels bringing
plants into the kingdom, so that
they may be inspected, was read.
Minister Brown moved to iuseit
"vessel" for "haif,"so that plants
be inspected before landing. Car
ried. Sec. 4 prescribes that a, commis
sioner on discovering disease in an
imported plant shall notify his col
leagues and they shall destioy tho
plant and its container if the disease
Rep. Rickard moved to amend so
that the plant shall be destroyed
bcfoie leaving the vessel. Lost.
Noble Marsdcn moved, seconded
by Noble Crabbe, that the section
pass as read. Carried.
Sec. 5 orders tlio reporting of
pests by an3' person discovering
Sec. 6 authorizes commissioners
for Oahu to mako regulations for
the kingdom and publish them . iu
English, Hawaiian, Portuguese, and
Noblo Mnisden moved to insert
Japanese among the languages.
Rep. Rickaid moved to insert
Utrej and'' before "plant." Car
ried, Rep. Brown said there was no
Japanese' paper -hero, and therefore
the regulations could not be legally
N$blo Mull&r UioYigut tho amend
ment went too far. Thcro were
numbers of Germans in the countiy,
and It might bo claimed "Germau"
ought to bo inserted.
Noblo Marsdcn said tho Germans
could read Eugllaliv but there wcro
15,000 Japancsp scattered over tho
group, who were largely engaged in
The amendment carried.
Sec. 7 provides a fine not exceed
ing $100 for a breach of tho law.
Minister Peterson moved an
amendment without which ho said
it would be almost impossible to se
cure convictions. Curiied.
The section ns, amended passed.
Sec. 8 provides vumt the commis
sioners shall continue in ofllco dur
ing tho plcastiic df tho Minister of
the Interior, and shall serve without
pay but have their -reasonable ex
Noble Widemann, seeing the
House was in a gjving mood, moved
to stiiko out tho iyqrds, "and they
shall serve without pay."
Noble Mulle'r considered tlint they
could get men to servo without pay
for the good of tho country, and
moved the section pass ns iii the bill.
Rpp. Rickard thought the com
missioners would be chosen from
those directly interested. Ho for
one would be willing to 9crvo with
out pay, and he supported the sec
tion as it stood.
" Rep. Kauhi. thought the section
looked very nice, reminding him of
tho pheasants down in Ewa. They
would fly into the bush but leaye
their tails sticking out. Now there
was a very distinct, tail sticking out
of this bill. The "icasonable ex
penses' would turn out more ex
pensive in the end than moderate
salaries. They had nn inst.incc of
this iu the road board law of last
session. Tlie boards were to serve
without pay i but they would be
found to havo very interesting bills
of expense to lie paid. There was
no alternative of imprisonment and
the judge might keep on 'fining a
man without his paying. They did
not want to send a man to prison
simply because'h'e bad a little insect
pest on a tree in 'his garden. God
sent these pests to prey on the
plants, and would remove them in
clue time. Now, as lie intended go
ing to Maui to-night, he would leave
the House to the further considera
tion of the bill.
Noble Widemann consideied the
offer of thetmejber for Hamakua
(Rep. Rickard,) -ajvfery cheap one,
as he could tfut'.tie'appointed to an
office so long as, up was a member of
the House. ,
Reri. Rickardjs'aid the lion. Noble
was wrong, nq 'Jfe could take an
office without tSy.
Noble Witlemann (laughing) Sit
down, you don't know what you ore
The amendment was lost and the
bee. y empowers tho commission
ers to apportion and disburse money
appropriated Under the Act.
Rep. Taehaoje'raoved an amend
ment to strike but "the commission
ers for the island of Oahu," so that
the commissioners of all the islands
should exercise the power. Lost
and the section passed.
Sec. 10 declaring the law to take
effect on appunal passed.
The enacting clause passed, and
the bill passed to engrossment to be
read a third time on tlio 10th inst.
Noble Blarsden moved, seconded
by Noble Crabbe, that the House
adjourn till 10 o'clock Monday
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Views arc taken. Entlro satlf action
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J A respectful Invitation Is sent out
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Powell's Baggage Express.
J AS. POWELL, formerly employed
at Union Feed Co., for several
years, uaJug gone Into the baggage
express business, solicits patrouugc.
Stand, corner of King aud Bethel
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Nnp's cigar stand. Baggagcdellvered.
with promptness and care to any part
ot city. june 7-00
Pioneer Building & Loan Asso'n
NOTICE is hereby givpn that nt a
uu'etiug of this Association held
this day, the Chai (cr of Incorporation
was accoptcd and pursuant thereto the
following Uoaid of Dircetoia was
Geo. E. Bonulinan, S. "B. Rose,
Geo. W. Smith, , W. A. Bowen,
J. II. Fisher, " J. M. Dowsett,
A. W. Itlclmrdsoiv Henry Smith,
Tlioo. F. Lansing.
ITonolulu, Juno It), 1890.
PARTIES desiring Avocado Peirs In
quantities of not less than CO will
577 2w llllo, Hawaii.
FOlt BALE CHEAP
The object.of the Association Is to cn
coutagc Savings, and home building
amoug Its mempora by enforcing regu
lar monthly deposits and loaning them
to its members to assist them in acqulr
;, anu improving noini-aoi tueir own.
ts mcnlburs me the only stock-hold-'
era. and all profits mlslnir from intcrst.
premiums, fines, etc ,aie divided among
Its inciribers.tWltich makes it the nic-tt
desirable of savings institutions It is the
most desirable soui cof rom hlch to bor
row, as it loans at a low rate of iutcrest
upon easy terms of monthly payments,
and all dcsliiug to become members
should make immediate application for
stock. Theo. F. LANbING,
CHS 2w 8ecieUiry.
A COMPLETE outfit for making and
dispensing carbonated beveragea
all in good order. Address
S31 3m- . Walohlnu, Hawaii.
B ' '
ON nccoant of ill healtli Dr. J. M.
Whitney has appointed Dr. E. L.
nutchluaon to take chargo of bis office
until his icturn. 0J7 tf
I WILL uot be icsponsiblo for any
bills acainst the Steamer 'Aka-
rrnal" uuless incurred -by my written
older. G. P. CASTLE.
Honolulu. June 7, 1800. 67S tf
DURING my nbsenco from the King
dom Mr, Peter Dalton will attend
to my saddlo and harness business.
Honolulu, July 1,1830. 60 3t
NOTICE to CKEDITOKS.
ALL pcisous on the Islands of Oahu,
Molokai and Maul, having claims
ngjilSfcttue Hawaiian Pacific Uublo Co.
aioieqocsted to piescut tho' same for
adjustment to W. O. Smith, Attorney,
ou or hemic July 2, 1890.
J. S. BARTHOLOMEW,
COllw President Trc jsurer.
Meeting of Stockholders.
NOTICE is lioreuyjglven that a sne
clul meeting Of; the- stockholders
of tbe Onhu Ral)way & Land Co. will
be held at the oincq" of the Company on
THURSDAY, Jnly l7tu, 1890, -at. 3
o'clock i ii., for the purpose of accept
ing the roiid Irora the contractor, and
amending tlie'by-lufls'. -By
order of the PrcsldenL
590 td Secretary,
nnnE nndcrslffned hav
I dry goods business hcictofoie car
ilcd on by them at No. 07 & 69 Hole!
street, to Mr. A. G Silva who will cou
duct tbo businccs on his own account
fiom and nftcr this duVo.
M. A. OONHALVES & CO.
Honolulu, May 21, 1SD0. C80 tr
ns aculnst tbo "Honolulu,
luuuuu i, ictw, mutt no
IX. Dairy" i
left at the officer of J, A. Mairoon within
80 days from date. Messrs, Hewett &
Jncobsen are authoilzed to collect all
bills due tho ' Honolulu Dairy" from
May 1, 1890.
J. I, DOWSETT, .In.,
Honolulu, .Tunc 14, 1890. ESQ tf
1 1 'm
HAVING bought out Mr, W. H.
Page in the ''Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," at 128 Port street, I am
prepared to continue thu above business
under the old muno of Honolulu Car
rlige Manufactory, and being an old
experienced can-lute builder I'tollclt
the patronage of my old friends at d the
public id general, and with my thorough
knowledge of the business and with ex.
nurienced workmen and using only the '
best material I guarantee genend BatlB."1.
faction. Please call and see mo before r,:M
going eisewnerc '
(Blgned)i GIDEON WEST. J
Honolulu, Qct, 88, IBBU, 801 tf ' y