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Uy onlor of tho Minister of Into
rior touders will bo received nt lliv
oCEco of tho Road Supervisor, Hono
lulu, tin moxday; July 2sth, nt 12
o'clock noou, for tho 6hooing of Gov-
urnmcnt.atock, per head, per month,
till January 1, 1801.
II. F. IIKUDAUD,
Honolulu, Jtilv 25. 1890. 014 2t
G uni wilor Keguluttotw.
By virtue of iho authority vested
iu ine da Minister of the Interior,
under Section 854 of the Civil Code
of this Kingdom, I hereby pioclalni
the' following Regulations, for tho
Storinj, Kveping, and Tmnspurta
tion jf Gunpowder in this Kingdom ;
and no person Fh.ill store, keep, or
transport nny Gunpowder in any
.other quantity, or manner than is
prescribed in such Regulations.
1. Ko person ehall receive, keep,
or store,' or e.iuac to be received,
kept, or Btored, or aid or assiet any
person in rccoiving, keeping, or stor
itiK Gunpowder in linger quantities
than lifty pound", in any brick or
utono tl'ne-proof building, or more
than ten poumU in any wooden
building, or upon any other premies
in thiR Kingdom, except in tho Gov
ernment Powder Magazine.
2. Any peison keeping, storing,
or having fifty pounds of Gunpowder
or le3 than that quantity ip accord
ance with Rule 1 in any one place
except in the Government Powder
Magazine, bhall keep the same in an
air tight metallic vivi-el, which ves
sel shall be marked with the word
"Gunpowdoi" in plain Roman let
ters, not lots than three inches in
height, and of proportionate width,
and shall be kept at all times con
Hpicuonaly in view near the entrance
of the picmiscs where kept, and con
3. Any esccl arriving at any port
of this Kingdom and having. Gun
powder on board as freigiit or eaigo,
whall immediately hoist a icil flag at
the foienmst head, and keep the
Mimo flying until the Gunpowder
shall have been landed or n moved;
and no vessel having Gunpowder on
board will bo permitted to remain at
the wharf, more than twelve houis,
und if tho vessel shall bo at the wharf
over night, a policeman, c-r watch
man shall bo kept on duly on hoaid
nil night. All Gunpowder deposited
on tho wharf for shipment, shall bu
immediately passed on board the
veteel, to receive the same.
All Gunpowder landed or placed
on any sidewalk, htreol, or public
way fjr thipmentor fdr warding, shall
bo shipped or forwaided immediately
after it .shall have been fo laudul or
1. No peison shall convoy or
cause lo bo conveyed, or aistat in
conveying in any vehicle any Gun
powdoi, uulesH the same hhall be ec
cuicly packed, iu clOee packages, noi
uules such packages shall be secure
ly covered while on Iho vehicle.
. The Chief Jhigineu ofthoFho
Den n linen I, iheAtaistunt Engineer.-,
Seeietary of the Firo Department,
and Fins Mauhal of Honolulu, and
the lliirbiumnnti'r of the Port of Ho
nolulu, and the hheiifK, of the dill'ei
eut lslaudo and their Deputies are
directed to ee that these Jtegula
tions aiu enforced, and lo make eoni
plainla to any Police or Jiistiict Juc
tieo, for tlie violation of tho provi
C. hSlorage will he exacted for all
Gunpowder iceeivLd in the Govern
ment Magazine, at this rato of twenty
cents per mouth for every hundred
poundb, the tamo to bo paid quai
terly to tho keeper of tho Magazine.
7 All expenses of transposition
to and fiom tho Powder Magainc,
and payment of services of Police
men or Watchmen as provided in
Rule 3 fchall be defrayed by tho own
ers oi consignees of nuch Powder.
8. Tho Powder Magazine will be
open for delivciy on all days except
Band.ivn and holidays, between tho
hours of 2 and 3 i m providi d due
notice is given to tho keeper.
Pievious to landing any Gun
powder from any vessel, notice shall
- bo bent to tho keeper of tho Maga
zine that ho may bo present to re
ceive tho same.
D, John H.llrown has been ap
pointed tho .Keeper of tho Govern
ment Powder Magazine, Honolulu.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of Interior.
luteiior Ofhco, July 25, 1800.
HAWAIIAN Council No. C69, Ame
ilcau i.egiou of Honor, mcels
THIS (Fildny) EVE-NINO, nt 7:J0
o'clock, at Harmony Hall, King street,
'fill U Secietary.
3rV . . . -'A . V. ..
Yircrrf o neither Sett twr J'nyt
Ik estab!ihi1 for t,c beticnt of ait
FRIDAY, JULY i'o, 18C0.
CIVIL SERVICE BILL.
A Civil Svrvlco bill io novr pend
ing before tho Legislature, introduc
ed by Representative Marques, n
rcptescntatlvo of tho National Re
form l'aily. Wo undcistand that
the incastlru lins been picparod from
a careful study oi the United States
Civil Servico Act, and tho civil ser
vico systems prevailing in Gieat
Britain anil India, and is made to
apply to our peculiar conditions.
The bill provides for appointment:)
to ofllce, for promotions, punish-
'munts, und dismissals, forbidding
paitisan interference in politics, and
while instiling the tenure of otllei'
ami giving duo protection to the of
liccra theicin, it rigidly guards
against all derelictions. Although
it may bo found that some minor
points arc defective or impractica
ble, wc have no hesitation in saying
that the main provisions of tho mea
sure are sound. An unstable civil
service must always be moie or less
inefllciont, anil is specially liable to
be corrupt. In oidor to attract
competent men to tho public ser
vice, and to induce honesty as well
as a faithful dischargo of duty,
thcie should he some certainty as to
the tenure of olllce. This tho bill
aims to establish, along with other
important principles. A body of,
ofllcials property organized, trained,
and regulated "will certainly give the
public a moie dignified and eflieient
service, than would u 6et of hire
lings, pitched into olllce to be. pitch
ed out again at the caprice of a
Cabinet or tliiir political backing.
Mr. Marquis' bill is in the line of
reform promised in the 5ih article
or the National Reform Party's plat
form. K;PI0LAN! PARK.
The Kapiolani Park Executive
Committee have made a-rcpoit to
the Board of Direotois, "What has
been done is outlined, and sugges
tions are offered regarding needed im
provements. Those in the habit of
visiting the paik know from observ
ation that its general condition is
creditable to the country and to the
executive committeo in charge, and
those whose knowledge of the &pot
extends hack to tho time twelve or
fourteen j ears ago w hen open ations
began, recognise the prodigious
liansforniatioij which has been effect
ed. The then arid, sandy waste
now tecins with vegetation, and
presents many other inviting feat
ures. An intelligent comparison of
tho visible results with the compar
atively small biennial appropriations
from the public funds shows that
the money lias been both judiciously
and economically expended.- Not
withstanding the large amount of
really good work which has been
done, theic is much more still need
ed, before the park can bo in the
complete condition desirable. No
one is more sensible of this than the
Executive Committee. They men
tion in their report the need of an
enlarged water supply, additional
avenues, grottoes, and various other
things. Of couise, these impiovc
metits cannot be made- without
money, and it is the province of the
Legislature to say w hetlier the money
shall be appropriated or not, It re
mains to be seen whether that body
will deal liberally or parsimoniously
with Jthe park committee. The fact
that Kapiolani Parle is in reality tiie
only place of public resort, open to
everybody and at all times, in the
subuibs of the capital city of the
kingdom, will piobahly have duo
weight with all thinking members
when the item is l cached in the
There is one additional arrange
ment which the residents of the
country districts on the steamer
Hall route would be very thankful
if the Legislative committeo oh bet
ter communication had bticceedcd
in making. It is that the Hall wait
at Honolulu on the Fridays of her
departure when those days happen
to bo tho (I113 s on which the coust
steamer an ives, at least until after
tho mails aiu distiibuted. It looks
as if arrangements were meant to
break connections when the inter
island steamer going out meets the
foreign steamer coming in, but this
Is what fieouently does occur, by
waiting a few houra later on the
I .1...... ..f. .-..! ... 11. 1r.11 1.1
uuya juii-iiuu iu, uiu 411111 uuuni
make close eontif clion for mails and
passengers between San Fiancisco
and the ports on the west side of
DAfT.T WfTM.lT'FTTs t Flfrat 3T,Ti I 1 7. Ti. f..
"IMI If t -V ,- -m ,
Maul fthll Hawaii, tho committed
have cecum! better arrangements
tl an hcietoforo existed, biti the
people interested in tho matter
would be much hpt'crsnlfoflori if the
accommodation had been catilrd a
stop further. Hawaii.
Honolulu, July 21, 190.
Excansioino ewa plahtatioh.
An oppoitiintty v. ill he given on
Saturday, the 2(Jtlt, for people who
tak'o uu interest In the development
of flgiiouliural lauds cuar tho city
of Honolulu, to seo what has ueen
done by iho Ewa Plantation Com
pany .since January 1st of this year.
Tho volume of nilcblan well water
pom in out or live lOin well forming
literally a river of water, is a sight
worth going a long way to sec.
Especially w hen we consider that it
will change hundreds of acies of
barren deseit, land into the most
pioditctlvu cane fields, ci eating a
market for labor of every kind, and
giving a satisfactory answer to the
question so otten asked, "Where is
the water to come from to iirigatc
that great alluvial plain"?
The Railway Company will carry
passcnijirs on Salutday at about
half their regular rales to tho plan
tation "I'd letu'n, a distance of 17
miles, and cliildtcn under 12 yeais
of age at SO cents for the round
tilp. The scenery bejond Pearl
City along the lino to the plantation
is, if possible, more pleasing than
any Unit meets the eye this side of
that place. The morning tiain,
which leaves Honolulu at S:-I5, will
return to Honolulu at 12:25. The
t milt to leave at 1 :15 p. in. will re
turn at 525 p. in. This will give
P'ssengcrs about an hour to look at
the wells, and the woik going fnr-
w aid at this progressive point, and
an opportunity to lake a delightful
ride 31 miles, at a cost of say tluec
cents per hiilo for adults and 11
cents per mile for eliildieii.
LESTON. A large nttmuei of ladies and gen
tlemen lioin the eil, attended the
reception on boJid the U. S. S
Charleston, Thursday afternoon. A
flotilla of steam launches and ho.its
ft om the ship waited on tho guests
at Eicwei's vv'iaif, and at the close
of the cntcilainuient relumed them
to the same place. The guests were
cordially received on deck by the
olllce: a, and .ill who desired it weic
conducted through the vessel and
had the guns, nwhinory and equip
ments politely explained lo them.
A violin and lluto band was stationed
on deck and played for the dances,
which were kept up at a lively late
for several bonis. Refreshineust
were served between deiks. As a
soci d event, the uteption was a
decided succ ss.
AuCiuss Sales by tacts I Morn.
Oil WEniTESDAY, Jtilv J)0,
av jo 'ri.)ia a t,:..
At the i Milence of Mis. M H. Livlng
Ftciic, King s'.U'i't (iitjiilning the iisi-di-nco
t.f Mi. ,1. 11. iMiiciUiiij, I w III
"eli at I'ubllo Auo.ii)i the
B. ff. ft T. Mar file.
tVnter A Sofi IJngs,
Dccoiij( lliiifdiig I :imjs,
Lice Cm tains & Poles,
Plasb Rockers, Bonqnet Tables,
Wicker K.i-y Ch'iiis ,V UocKris,
1 ietuies, I'.iniy S-il iy U'uck,
B. W. laibletop Bedroom Set,
Spring Mat lairu. Moqnllo Xct,
U llOlhtCKll lied I.ouuge-,
fclngie Hid-.t lid-,
1 Pansy Range and Utensil?,
1 K'filgei.itor. 1 Extension Table,
JAS. 1", a; O KG AX,
IIoiko Ktriiytjrt !
with whlfo f.icc.
Ftr.iyed on Thiiisduy
titf.lir. A 1.11II11I-1I11 11..
fe-6-" wind "ill bu mild tn
tho puty letnrnhi'j him to V. W. Uiu
ner, at t tie Kunlo lloiisu. 01 1 :it
SATTLOK'S IleHUiurinr, Xo. CC riotel
Blieui, has been boiiaht out by the
See tlning I'd., anil on account of In-crcat-i'd
biisbicss, the picinlsci irljoiii
Ingthi) lebiauiaut have been tnkui and
tinned into a pilvato dining 100111. Tim
See Cliong Co. will cnmliict a Hist
class lestitnraut 11 ml ONpiut a good
bh.uo of )iib1lo p.itioun;ii.
Signed : All OIIUX,
AI1S A NO,
Mcinhei's of ilia r-eo Clioag Co.
ELEGriOX of UFFIOEUS.
tilts retriilar annual iiiccIIhk of
tliu l'.lcillc lliildunit) Co. fl'ih.
Ihe following olllceis wcro elected for
11, F, Dillluhiitn Pi I'sldonl,
f M unii si
.hi3, G, Fpenccr i &
F. L. Winter Tn'aMiiir,
)V. F. A lie 11 Auditor,
hand Noir 1 t.,,
Jas.J..Tiibort i Ulwlom.
Jas, O. bPENOElt,
Honolulu, July 21, 1890. CI 1 lvv
..a m- Av.' r.i W ,r ' t ,- J - T
AnslltD Sales fcy Jarajs F. Morgin.
Iduidlortl's fe'rtlo of
Goods & Chattels
Distrained for the Non-payment of
lam InstMtctcd by Peter Pcinimle.
lo cell at I'ui lie Atittion
On KIIUltSDAT, Aug. Sili.
AT IO )'CI0 ft A. 31.,
Of eaul day, at my Salesroom, Quoen
rttwt, Honolulu, the following ds
cilbcil GiioiIj A, Chatteli of Ah l.al, a
Hie tenant of pidil Peter Pcnintu'cz, at
luip.iluim, distiuhietlforaiii'iit r 1 lent
niul li'ivhig been hchl Iho statutoiy
length of time by tho paid IMcrlct
iiiiiticz, 1: l rooking btove. ssiuiw
Cute, l Table 1 Come Machine anil
other Wares, Goods iiml Chattels and
Effects of s.dil Ah Lat taken fumi Ida
stoio on Mngtrei't, t sulil K-ipuhttia.
Honolulu, Jul II, 160(1.
J AS. P. AlOHGAN,
C.12 13t Auctioneer.
"rasica's 8a!o of
Leases, Gallic, hmi
By diiectioii or ct:cil mtowx. Kx-
eotitor &'l'iiitco of Iho I-itht Will ami
Ti'staiiient of Philip JJilion diee.i'ed,
lain dluettd to fell at Public Auetlon,
On SATURDAY," August 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
Atllio Tauii IIouso iu 1'alolo Valley.
Honolulu. O.dui, all the following
deicilbed Property, siiitablu
for Kuuch iMiiio0!-:
l-l All that land cnnt.ihilng an aica
of 5IIhcics anil .ltunte Iu Klpaluilii
aiiil W.iIiilnc-il.if'DI'-tiiclof Knna, U.1I111.
and being the imc lnetiiNes i-onvejed
to the -aid I'lillip Milton bv the l'iu
lees of the IMiUu of W. 0. laiiinlilo.
2nd All that laud emit lining an area
ofniiieaeiis "ititatu In I'.dulo Valley,
and beln thr Mine picinlsus convey td
to the said Philip Mt'ton by Ui-olda
hlieiniiii. Tliin pinpuly lias a l.u r.
lOFiavolr upon It. which Mipplli" thu
lower land- with water lor i.ce cul ha
ll n. the icseivoir ! ISO fathom's $1,11.111:
anil has a di'pth of 14 fort, and co.-t iu
the iiclghlmrluiod of 10.000.
liid All th it land contah ins an aiea
of HO acres and itiuito at Kip.ihiilu,
Oiihu 'Ihe two l.ugei tiaet-t la Kipa
I111I11 and Waitl ie-iM me fenicd with
pood Mono wain and vuiu f uung di
vides ilium uom piopeity now in pos-
session of 1). 1. iKjiibeig and u?.d for
Alsi at ibe f-aine limp and ,il ice tlie
I.c.ibc from tha Haw iii-iu Goveia
uieiit of llj4 ai'ies of lam!'-, known as
Kipiihl. j i aily lonlnl SiW. implies
Juue-JI, la'.U. A poi tbn 01 ihiu laud
(.! aeic-) ubiel lo a Clilnani.in lor nee,
tor t-GO a ye ,1.
lcisufioiu roiiiinli-sloner of Ciown
I.Tiid-. 01 1 1111N known 11 W.iioiu.io and
I'nki-k. niei oil! .1 ie's, jcaily leiual
f'tt'i. loa-u eihes J 111. 1, l'JOt.
Lease fiom j. V l'.iu.ilii, of 111
aeiirt of luid of Kckio, veailv 1 t11.1l
?."im). A po lion of ihW land unili-i
i-iillivatloii of liec by ( hinie who have
piyi (1 $10 JU a j ear." the iu-vivulr sup
ply iug most ot thu water, lease ej.piiesj
I.imo fiom il. It. IT. I iliuokalniil.
of liiml known as Kaauwiloa. 2ia acies,
yculv leiital 10, lease cvpiiea iu May,
Le.1-0 fro n I. W. l'.m.ilii, of land of
Ki'Mo. .ibunt .00 acies. je.ulj H'nfal
$2(i0, leiisi- o.phe-s Oct.. Ih91
Lia-u fiom lliwaiUn Uovo uuieiit, f
land of W.iahili, ISliaeic-, je.ulv leiit
:il $.-''111, li'.IM! cvpilcb ill Aug., ISiKl.
Lease fiom Ti iibtee of UMioi) Kstate
of Wiialiila, 20 iiciw, 30 uly icntal
$i00. Ii'isuiixpiics ugit, lStii)
Lea c fiom .S". Kiiwai (did Ivvkaui of '.'
piece; of 1 mil iu Wai.uuati ami Kckio
vfy acie.-, year y icntal ,24, lea-o ix
piK'fe 111 MUfllPt. IS!)!).
'J'lte landi of Waalill.i -ISO acies sue
iiovy blinking a icntal uniler an iine
inent with I'oitiiguusu of Sf'00 a jear.
Theic aie about 8 aeiesof taio almost
llpe vvlilch will bo sold with the laud
upon which It I glowing
'the iaiunio fiom Oiaugc.-. Limes,
Toffee, Ktc , and l'astiuage luvu
amounted to about & 100 a year.
Tliu piopeity above Pet foitlt has a
liboier.s house. Miiughter house and
otlnT iamb bulldhigii upon ihcui, and 2
Also at the same time and place about
400' Head of Cattle,
CO Milch Covvo, Feven Pair ot Wmklng
Oxen, also fi Iloises, 0 .Vine? ud
Colts, Os Out, Saddle-! ami lii idles,
Yokes, etc , etc.. and oilier utensils and
propeity us.U upon a well appolnle'il
LTho Piopeity can bo inspected nt
any time. Forfuilticrpuill.-tihtisapply
JAM. F. MORGAN,
Or, lo Ci:cil limivv.N,
Executor &, Tiustiii'. fiflf! lin
DR. DAV'S ofllce will bo closed fiom
July 22ud to Aujrust 1,1800,
AllT CLASSES I
MR. Allen iriililiinson holds a claw
In iiiudiilllnj,' at hh studio, Nnu
iiiiii avenue, cveiy Tui-bdav and haiur
diiy. Vi v p.u tleulaib apply liell 'I'elc
plionorigl. 0U7 lin
NOTICE to flOKSEMEXl
uidoali" will btuiwl
,.---.L 11113 PCI13UU 111 (UU
J-- fc-. WoO.llHWll n.lltY!
terms 'AO, For furlhor partlcnliiid
apply at the Daily. 685 3m
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ESECUmO A. 5Ic:UI2JY, Vrcslrteut.
Kir Kor full particular apply to
BS. JB. JOJ339
Bec-l-3'J ' General Agent for tho Hawaiian Ialandi.
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers,
tfT And will he DELIVERED FREE of OUAROE to any
Coffee, Teu, Chocolate & Milk,
Steaks, Chops, "Fiuh, Hum it Ekp,
Solo Proprietors of
iii 1 1
mm Ale. lien Ala, GrBnailiiie, Wmm Sarsauarilla, limiral Mm, Etc,
MaoiiloBrY For Salol
The follow h'K Maebinon fniiiilii;
pait ot iho Mai Mil l'Uut w!llbCMld
at public auction at 1111 c u ly d.iio uiilej
dlspneil of picvloiiMy l piivate ta!f
I'.uth s iliis'noiis of piin'li is'iig any poi
tlnti of thl-i Maelilneiy cm ir'i "p.ut'
eul UN and piIiT fiom tlie UiuieTsi'jurd:
1 28148 Bill k Mi,
pue Gear Wheel iV Piaiou:
115x1(1 Kiislue, Si an- G"ir Wlicol t
r.MiOiii: t.laiitlen with I litli.jr-, I
I .Tuiee llejtij'.ll ,, lou 2 hi. -dhl
2 H In. W r. Cleaning P,in?. 0xliL'.7;
1 i!.7 Oiuibli' Kfftct, couipluu whh
1'iiiup & Ma:;i';
1 8x20- Gallo?jy B.ller, complete;
1 0x10 Tubular Hol'cr, coinp'ete;
1 Sugir Car In, W I., 4NG.4sa.-l;
1 Sujjar fooler, 8x5.(ls2U'5
1 Sujjar Cooler, (i C5 lix.'O;
i ijuji.ir Cooler. 4xu G20;
1 Tank U in. W. I . 7 OxiOxIS;
1 bteain I'uiiip, 4 dii'h.ugu;
1 No. 5 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 niil;e Piimno, )(, dli'ha:ge;
1 Iaithc. 20 cliuelj VI ft. lane, bed;
1 lleavv Vice,
1 Falibanks Pint fm in Scales, 2o2S',
Mill Ilulhllii'.', 40sl.r,n.2l; Hiid Holler
f-hed. all cov. with Con ualed Irons
Flro llilclc. til'o a laisre iwoitmont of
2nd Hand Cocks, Valves I'tpinj:,
For Suir Mill Co . ICobula, Hawaii.
Btudlo, No. 27 Alivkca Street.
Formerly of Nuw York, would Inform
tho public that she U inrnme-d toilll
all oulers for I'astelB, Oil, Water Colors
and India Jul; Poiirtdts
isr Samples of woik can bo soon at
Studio and Hamilton llotue 1'ailois
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
lro, Qeaeral Mcrciaadijj,
Ewa riantatloii, i Honolulu, Ewa,
Tiavclets by train or Government
io.uI cun feiura uccommodatlonn and
loaid. CliargeJ reaconablo. CQ2 Jm
ISSUED BY TUR .
M Eia R i
ALWAYS OW HANI) AND TO 0111)i:rt
i'fossi 11:1 n. m. io
-M ANUPA CT Ull KRS
t . a C 8li
W a a liu fimss H
b r &$ a m ter
wa ? aa e ttis a
niid onlcTP sboutd be nt'.iUsf rt to
Hitviiig'ri.iiirivil ...ti PoDA WORKS to moro ci.tnmodious qiuuterp at
TS. SO a?OHT fT'JECJESHl'X', '
( (N'cai the Custom Rouso) ' - -
0 lire- n.w pti'piiid io fuinidli at hbort notice, and of prime quality
l.the-'olio iilt; High CI is Aerated Uev crages :
Plali, .Sweet,- Linn, Strawte? or Cream S
sanapBrilla. Sarsaparilla 5? Iron Water, and Crab
Us'my oaeiunivi'lv ihe HYATT PL'RH WATliR SYSTK.V.
t -71-S31BOTH TELaSPHONEBteS6-1?!
HOLLI8TER A CO.
Without u liivnf iuiPriiMi & Quality!
Ono.-third thVPrica of tho Royal !
' f Evory SouSokcopor Should Uso It !
gtS" A Saving of .S3 Per Cent iu Cost and Quality the Very Best, j&y
' -.SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
IN HAr.F-1'OTJttD PA'i B
li the Finest Table Butter fold In the
City of Honolulu,
TO lllf HAD OK
Henry Dayis & Co,
- , Je7d.tr
Powell's Bnggago E)trcHfi,
Uray or M'ncoii.
Fuiiiltiuo raovlusc a spoi- iltv hue.
gago delivered .-AVlth pioiiiitiics and
caic to any partof cljy. Stand, coiner
of King niid Bethel streets. Bell Te-ler
phouo 470, Mutual Telephone AT.
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part of the city
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HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exelusivo Agent8 for th Hnwaiinn Islnndr.
C. J, McGartliy
Iliu just jecelved a fiesh lot of
f Ml E Hawaiian Construction Co. will
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(Oiitracted Iu tlicir name without, a
vviltten order signed either by D.rJ'.
Fetersouor J. Jl. Oat.
U. F. PILLIKGnAM,
ilansgernovvailan Construction Co.'
Honolulu, July ll,'1690, C03 lm
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