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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COS
TIME TABLE. . '
T.i TrtUo UfiVM .5 Mir S &o.
a. m. t. at.
... S:)S lift
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(ionouSit II 10) "5 !hl'.5
Ilonslulu 11 if)-"". 4:,w
Aug IS ,
Sehr KtiMoi fioin llainiil.ua
Stun V G llnllfir.m liniil nnd Hawnli
Sehr Knnlul.nl, 1 icotli.fiom biyeou island-!
Stmr l.lkelikv foi Maul at 5 p m
Wiur .Miknhalu lor hauii or 5 p in
Mini' Vinialoale for Nr.willulil, Jir.im-
iiiiiulu. Kihiura ntut ll.undel, Kauai,
tit ' p in
Slnir -In-! Mnl.ee for Kripni r.t I p :n
Schr Luha for lColml'i
VESSELS HAVlHi: TU-ORROW.
Cerlik Adonis, C Bianc, for San Trail-
.tiiir I'ele for L.ilridna .mil Kuknhin nt
CARGOES FKOM 13:.A!li5 PORTS
V (1 1I.H 2000 Insrs sircsr, fiO
cullee. l.ij big
:imi un pi
iwi, 20 Head c.uue
FOHliGH VESSELS IN PBHT.
11 IS M S Acorn, Po'larJ, from a cruise
1 S SXipMo, McCurlev. fioiu ililo
ri S Clauuinc, W M JJuild, Horn GlaS
gllW JlktneMary'N'liikelinan, HXisson. fiom
Jlk W'onona. (! TIiow. fiom Ncwcis-tle
Tein Mm y Dodge, .1 T Gallop, fiom
Oik V II Ofiilficy. R Dibel, fiom San
Ulv Harvester, 11 11 Lewis fiom Del.i-
1'ioin Hawaii and Mnnl, per 'tnn- W
G Hull, Aug '0 .Miss Uarii'u, J B Alex
ander, Geo C.uni beil, Mi-tCs L ami !
Stsinick, Mi 3 bteinlok, D Kahaulcllo,
.luilgc Kahanlello, Ak:m. Alinu, G W
Alioy,,l) I) Bildwln, W liuilowirz. H S
Tovviiseud, It bturr Kapn nntl vile. 1?
Ulndt, V jr .lohii'ou auct son, C Apina
nnd 81 deck.
The stmr C R BHmp wa hauled on
the ilaiiue Riihvavjc Uculay fur e!e til
ing. The. Gin man lmik MlonK Oapt C
-jtiaue, ill Piil to-tnoiiow for Shu
riAiicisco v.lth n full cargo of iiigitr.
Vil HucUfeld it Co aic-hei ngents.
LOCAL & GEHERAL HEWS.
hilp at Chamliers
Mh. D. Hov.'nn Hitchcock has ;
notice in tins ist-ue.
Attkntion is calloJ to tho Crown
liiuil Agent's notice, in our advertis
Coiti'AjiY 15., Honolulu Riik"), will
linvo a social gathering at McTnoiny
Hull Ihis eening.
Tun llawaiinii Baud ill play nt
Hie Queen's ITospitul to-morrow af
ternoon, at thiec o'clock.
A nnroKT cornea fiom Konuliou
that a Ghiniunan has been lmndered
llieie, and liis'housc buinpd.
' On Friday next at 10 a. m., Mr.
Jas. F. Morgan will tell household
lumituro at llio picniioej No. 120,
AitJitAUZATioN papeis hacbcon
issued by tho Minister of Intcsior to
Mr. Noiman Logan, who thereby be
comes h citizen of Hawaii Nei,
EVENTS THIS EVEtlMC.
Excelsior Lodge I"o. 1, 1. O.
R. at 7: SO.
Drill Co. D, Honolulu JliQe,
Jileeling of Amateur 13rucbnll
League, 7:!I0. ,
The schooner Kaalokai, Captain
Frueth, arrived llii morning, 21
days from Lisiansky Island. Shu
left Layson Iblarul on July 21th,
and arrived at Lisianbky Island on
tho 25th. Left there on tho follow
ing day and ai lived at Honolulu
Auir. 19th. She had modulate
north-east tradub to hit. "23 North,
thence to hit 24. light vaiiablo winds
and fiom there had slions noith
east trades again till arrival. Shu
made her outward trip to Layson
Island iu six and a half days.
Found at Liaiatifeky Island con
siderable wreckage, consisting of
cases of coal oil, tho cases never
having been broken, but the tins
inside so rusted as to cause the oil
to leak away, also found the bottom
planks of a Chinese mado buat or
batnpan. Tho wieckago was piled
up on tho grass away fioiu tho
beach, allowing that borne ono had
been thorc. There was nothim,' by
which the wiuekngc could bo iden
tified. New samples of Guano were ob
tained which in o considered moio
valuable than the those pioviously
The population of Annibton, Ala.,
is 11,808. Ten years ao, Mian
tho last count was made, tho new
city had 912 peoplo, showing again
of 1,100 per cent.
TtfBSU.VY, Ann, 10.
Thellotiso opened at 10 o'clock.
Noblo Wldeiiuuin, tmdvi suspen
sion of tho rules, prcfuntod it pcti
fioit lroui tho Disiuctiot JCona, Isl
and of Uuhu, pifllni that a bill he
pulsed authorizing a oonslHuiionnl
licp. Marqtiex preseulod a (.imilar
petition f i otn tlio Second Dltiicr.
Ri'p. Lucas presented a similar
petition fiom the Fottrlh District.
Alan, n pctitinn (or extending lini-j
to thv. Cab to Company.
Petitions for it conititutionnl con
vention law wove presented by No
bio Pun. fiom Kawaitine and Wni
mca, IE'iuai ; Usp. Kmnni, Han..;
K"p. 5tnrtiie3. Third Disiilct; Hop.
Wlriti', Lahninn; Noble l'eigci",
Fust l)i.liiof. Ei'p. Bih, Kuolnii
poko; H. W. Wileo-M'Tifih Di'.liicl
and Honolulu; JJip. aipuilani,
ITona (two for nnd twr agiiinst the
bill); Kup. Nuwahi, flilo und Norlli
Iljlo; Hep. Kancalii, Mak-iwao.
All rctVrred tn select tomtrr.ttco
on constitutional aiiiendmciili.
Ht'p. Lucas moved that the peti
tion relatiiiir, to Cable Co. be consi
dered with tho bill, and that the bill
bo made a apecin'l older lonitro,v.
Hep. 1!. "vV, AVilcii:. presented a
petition from llonoiutu thai Dr.
Kimball bo lemosotl from the oliicc
ot President of the Board oi Health.
Rcfotrod to select ('01110111100 pre
viously rppoiuiud on a similar sub
ject. nui'onrs or commutes.
Rep. Cummma'? presented ovcial
repoitu from the coinniiltce on pub
lics land-.- 1, Un petition 101 ropaus
of Kulihi load, lecoinmcnding the
Minister ol Inlui lor to do tho work
out of the irencial appropriation for
Oahu. 2, .On water pipes and eleo
lie ttghl at Iviikiviko, thai lii'J JNIin
istir ot liitoiior be icqueslod to
cany out tho improveiits. V, On
pari load, sea wall, etc., lecom
myding that tho petition be referr
ed to the Minister of Interior. !,
On taking water trom P.uion, rocom
mending that, as there is fe-tr of the
work being a deli inieirt to the lcsi-d-nt3of
P.iuoa, their intoinstsbccon
shh'icd beforo anything is done.
,". On netilion for apportionment of
K.urnnkakai lands, rccommoudinrj
that it be laid on the table. 0, On
petition to prohibit immigration, re
commending it be laid on the table.
7, On Hep. Marques's bill to create
cantonicr, or permanent v.oikcrs on
tho road, recommending Hint ths
bill be passed, ft, On petition for
repairs of loads in iManoa Valley,
recommending that tire work be pro
secuted immediately out of tho load
tax. 9, On petition for a bridge at
Waimea, Oaliu, stating that an item
baq already been inserted in the
Appiopiiation Bill for tho purpobc.
10, On petition for couitlioiise and
jail atKipahulu, Maui, leeomineiid-
iug that it be giautcil.
The repor t on tho canloniers bill
was tabled for consideiation with
JRrp. Rosa repoitcd from tho en
rollment commileo tho reply to His
Majesty's message criginssed. He
feiied, 011 motion .or Hop. 11. AV.
Wilcox, to committee on leply.
M.inhter lirown presented reports
oh petitions referred to him: 1, For
return of 10 ta::c3 to Ignacio
Bcnlo, finds that theie was no
ground for .the complaint of il
legal collection, and iccoinmends
petition be laid on tho table.
Adopted. 2, For return of $10
taxes to P.obert Laing, finds that
the amount had been collected
by an unauthoiizcd person, and it
was not certain that tho Govern
ment had leceived it, and recom.
meads petition bo laid on tho table.
Adopted, o, For return of B" taes
to Kuinini, finds that lie is not blind
and ib the owner of considerable
pioperty, that if he is blinl the law
does not make that a ground of ex
emption, and that ho had not avail
ed hirase.lf of his privilege of ap
peal, and iccoinmends the petition
be laid on tho tablo.
Rep. Nawahi moved that tho Min
ister's report regarding Kaniini be
indcflnitel' postponed. If ho had
como to him, he could havo told
lriin the man was blind.
Minister Brown expected nothing
different from thu lion, mem her, as
that was thu btatement of his reso
lution. (In reply to fuither ic
ruatlts of Rep. Nawahi, tho Minister
paid ho had got his information from
Tho seport wa3 adopted.
Rep. Bush read a first time by
title his bill to provide for Govern
ors. Rep. Lucas rend a first timo by
title his bill to rcgulatn the receipt,
storage, and delivery of spirituous
liquors in Honolulu.
Hc. Majque3 read a first timo by
title ids bill to icvisc, amend, alter,
classify, and complete, the Constitu
tion of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
Noble Pua presented a resolution
for return of $.1 taxes to a certain
person, moving it bo rcfened to tho
Minister of Finance. Can led.
Noble Coriiwcll gave notice of a
bill to f 01 bid llio keeping of rabbits
for breeding or any other purpose.
(Calls of "Good" and applause.).
onrn:n of un: day.
Third leading of bill to amend tho
Noble Pua mjvcd tho bill pass.
It was a vary gQod bill and made
ci y slight changes In tho law. It
simply removed poisons who were
merely suspected of leprosy from
liability of arrest and detention.
Persons with any slight, deformity
wear I Inn put in great vinconven
iuioe. The law was siillleient with
out this objectionable provision, as
lepers could be ai rented tho same as
Neblo McCaithy moved llio bill
be iiideiluilely postponed. H was
ttiodtilyol this LegUlntuto to do
everything pos'ible lor tamping out
lepiosy. I'lulcr the ptcsent law no
person could be sent to Molokai
whilo there win any doubt of his
having the disease. The. subject
must lirst In' deflated a leper by a
council of physiciaiis.it the icceiv
ing station at Kabhi. If none were
arioaled until it was ceitain that
Ihey weie lepers, they would bo
liable to eonlamiiiale others in their
liberty. If Ihis bill parsed it would
destroy tho segtegatioii law, and it
wotild'he impossible to cxtci initiate
Miiuslei Peleioii did not see
whit this bill had to do with llio
hardships complained of. Tho law
sought in be amended prohibited the
harboring ol lepers or persons sus
pected of,hpto3,v. In the two yeais
that the law bad' been in force there
had only been two arrests for this
olfenso. The bill shuck at the
policy of segregation and ought to
lie indefinitely postponed.
Hep- U'aipuilani eonidcied that
the remaiks of the Attoruey-Gcn-cial
might apply to the liist section
of the bill but they did not to the
pecoud. lnd"r tuc present law n
man m the countiy having soma
stin disease bad only to be accused
by on enemy of being a suspected
nervai. and lie would be at tested
and compelled to ell bis property
and go to Honolulu. Here the
doctots would decide that he had n
ring-woiin or boniething 110 worbe,
arid be, could go home the best way
he pleased. This had often been
the case in Kona, where .1 man had
even iiccuscd his wife. The doctor
had examined people in the public
road, and, when the speaker remon
strated, he told him to mind hi? own
Minister Peterson said the argu
ment of "opposite counsel" applied
to tli-e law without the "suspect"
provision. Such abuses woie liable
to inse under the old law.
Noble Kauhane knew that when
this law was passed two years ago,
certain newspapers said it was in
tended to stamp out the Hawaiian
race. It was rather a law to stamp
out the disease that is stamping out
thu laco. The law had been oper
ated pictty faithfully in Kau. Tn
some cases people suspected of
leprosy had been found suftering
fi 0111 s-onie other disease and cured
of it on the spot. Abuses might
arise under the law against murder,
but that was no reason for abolish
ing that law. He moved the pre
vious question. Carried.
Hop. Kahookano, introducer of
the bill, said the author of the law
was Air. Kinney, then member for
Ilamakua, and it was too sweeping
in its provisions. It was too broad
in subjecting to arrest any person
suspected ot leprosy. Ho did not
believe the Attoiney-Gcncral would
approve of a womau being arrested
on a suspicion lodged against her
for spite. People were liable to
unjustifiable arrest by policemen
anxious to make a record of activity
for themselves. No one believed
more in segregation than he did, but
he believed it would not be destroy
ed by this bill, the sole intent of
which was to prevent abuses.
The ayes and noes were called on
the motion to indefinitely postpone
the bill, with the following result:
Ayes Ministers Cummins, Brown
and Peterson ; Nobles Widcmann,
Berger, Maclailane, Muller, McCar
thy, Ciabbe, Kauhane, J. M. Hor
ner, Hind, Huichardt, Mnrsden, W.
Y. Homer, Walbiidgo. Andcison, G.
N. Wilcox, Kanoa and Isenberg;
Ropa. Marques, Rosa, A. Horner,
Apiki, Rice and A. S. Wilcox. 20.
Noes Noble Pua ; Reps. Lucas,
R. W. Wilcox, Bush, Kaulii, Na
wahi, Baker, Kahookano, Waipui-
lani, White, Ivnneahi, Ivalua, mi
slead, Kamai 1 1.
'The bill was declared indefinitely
postponed, and a motion to rccon
bicler by Noble McCarthy was lost,
thus finally killing tho bill for the
Recobs from 12:0." to 1 s!$0.
MR. W. 0. SMITH'S REPLY.
In reply to the request for you "to
refer to a single instance wheie the
leaders of .the Reform Party nacri
ficed thu development of national
interests to the intciesls of personal
fiieuds, and family compacts," you
cite "the Board of Health changes
ehoitly after the party assumed
If this is the strongest case you
can make, you arc more than an
swered by the history of tho work of
the Board of Health in mntters of
national inteiC3t dining tho past
In the matter of dealing with tho
question of leprosy and of segrega
tion of lepcr3 than which thcro is
none moio dilllcult and momentous
among all those affecting our na
tional interests a firm yet huinauo
policy was adopted and eairied out
more clllciently and thoroughly than
Great improvements wero nlso
made in providing for the wants of
tho unfortunato people sent to Mo
lokai; accommodations for their
comfort wero greatly increased ; an
abutulunl supply of water was jno-
vided for the settlement by a system
of wnter works; and in everyway
their lot was made easier.
As a result of the mischievous po
licy which had been pursued lor
several years previous, the Boaid of
Health ' encountered the giealest
dilllcultics In attempting to enforce
the law. Theie was armed resist
ance, fierce denunciation and deter
mined opposition. But the work
was carried steadily fotwaid, and
another gi eat step was taken in the
effoits to aave this people.
In the mutter of ptoteoling the
public from the introduction of
smallpox, the national interests have
In the re-oiganizing the Insane
Asylum, and making it indeed an
asylum a place of refuge, a hos
pital wheie theie is a chance of re
storing the impaired icason the
national interests have not been
In pioviding a convenient and ic
speetable city dispensary, and car
ing for the sick of Honolulu ; and
at lending to tho sanitary conditions
of I he city, the national interests
have not been neglected.
in every depai tnienl of the wink
of the Board oT Health tho public
inleiests have been faithfully and
That some appointments may have
been unpopular, and some mistakes
made, 1 do not deny. No adminis
tration can avoid such experiences.
But charges against the integrity
and patiiotism of the late Adminis
tration by icason of changes made
in the Boaid of Health are refuted
by the hisloiy of the past three
As to instances in which the "cor.
nipt motive" (i. p., sacrifice of pub
lie interests to those of personal
friends) was wanting, I will lefer iu
general terms to a few ot the moio
iinpoitant. To mention all would
include evciy department of the
government. I will cite the follow
ing: The mallei of caiing for and im
proving the public roads and
biidges, by which tho highways
throughout the Islands have been
so vastly improved, and tho people
so much benefited ; .
The controlling of Chinese immi
gration ; by which the country was
saved from being ovcirun by hordc3
of unmarried and uncoiitiollable
The conducting of the educational
affairs of the country; with the
added force of trained teachers, the
boiling of many new and commodious
school houses, and the establishing
of the teachers' convention ;
The selling and leasing of the
public lands; largely increasing the
public revenues at the expense of
straining the cordial relations of
many friends of the administration,
also the vigorous action under the
The assessment and collection of
taxes ; by which assessments were
equalized, the revenue increased by
8138,000, and at less cost than
under the old sj'stcin ;
The Post Ofiice Bureau, with its
Savings Bank and Parcels Post de
partments; so conducted, estab
lished and developed as to become
of great benefit to the whole coun
Establishing air Election system
and subdividing Election Districts ;
so that, in the place of the riotous
and disorderly scenes of former
years, election days are now most
orderly and quiet.
The forgoing arc suflicient for
purpose of illustration.
Over and above all and cover
ing the whole course of the late ad
ministration the animating pur
pose, as shown by their actions, has
been to establish and maintain
honest, responsible nnd progressive
government, and to maintain the
true dignity and honor of the
I will admit that there have been
instances of error of judgment, and
much to criticise all men are falli
ble, and all human organizations
aro faulty but the charges against
the late administration of corrup
tion and sacrificing national inter
ests for tho benefit of friends, aro
not sustained by the facts and not
I wish, however, to bo under
stood, in this connection, to be
treating of the administration as a
Whole, and not to include ceitain
unconstitutional and improper con
duct of the late Altordey-General.
William O. Smith.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, 1890,
TllltOl OllOt T Till'
Numerous Maps and Sketches.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
lii'.l flw -It) Meii'linnl St., Honolulu.
Dr. Joseph Hints'
Hog it Poultry ltady !
--- C-u-jf-S? ljiHB
Tito Only Scientific Swine Remedy.
It costs to feed llaafi' Itcnicdy, as a
picvcntlve and nnosterof dose.151', fiom
o0 cents to 81 pea liojj ihiilng Its life
time. ChtFTor salc with iuotiuetions for uc
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
020 2 w V Koitstieut.
Will stand for 1 slioit time
NOW IS THE TIME 1
I 8, j3
Society of th
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon cny terms. Thu additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
Thu following aie a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
oiiginat and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT DON DS, b PEI1 CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, d " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, Us payments prompt and ceitain, and its
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TImi Jjiirgcsi. Ihwlni'ss Ever Transit clod by it hdle Assur
The now business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
Yoik for tho first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fivtv
Million Dollars. This is at the rate nf'ujo hundred millions ofasmr
niicejb) tho year, and is unprecedented iu the annals of life assurance.
JKaTlnforunUion cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at Ins oillcu.
ALEX. J. OARTWRBGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
Greenfield Stables, Kapiolaci Park.
nuicr. Sit.ncku is a dark bav, -1 rears
old; btandh Ifiib hands Iiiidi, 'kind nnd
COUN12II IIOTJSf, & FOKT STREETS.
GREAT REDUCTION 1
To make room for
immense New Stock of Goods
halm, August 22nd,
to ai rive ex Ati1!-
r 13 i I O Xt 33 1Z :
B7 Duko or Norfolk,
Ibt dam Lou Spencer bv Norfolk
2nd dam Uulleihii...by imp ltalrowniu
ill it U.ini liciinic Kanow
by imp. .Shamrock
ltlulam Ida by imp. I1alsh.a7z.1r
5th 1I1111 Mad.uu Uosley (O noma's
Dam) bv ?ir Richard
fith dam XaucvXlcbol...liy imp. ICaglo
7th dam Ret. Uoilev
L by Wilkes' Wonder
Slh (lain by Chanticleer
i'th dam by imp. Sterling
10th dam by Clodius
11 th darn by imp, Silvcreve
12th dam by imp. .lolly Roser
lath dam "...by imp. Partner
1 1th dnin by imp. Monkey
loth dam imp. nunc from the btuil of
Haulsou, of Itiamlnn
1" Rest of care taken with animal-..
In imsp of accident no responsibility
will be assumed.
Liubiuiileiy Skill Loiiv;I1h, all-over embioidciy ; 7
Linen Livviis, Victor ia Lawns, It) yd pc;
India Linen, Dotted Swis,
Latest Styles in Summer Dress Goods,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT IN
Figured Sateens, 20 cts per yard;
Specialty in Genuine Black Diamond Hosieiy,
ALSO, A FPLL LINE OF
Suits &, Children's Hats,
W. II. 11ICKA.11D,
TWIL next tcim
1st. Xovv nunlls
should apply at once. Tor Outlier par
ticulars apply to
w.ir. n. ornsox,
028 21 1 1'iliicipnl.
Mutual Telephone Company.
ALL subscribes!- whose rentals are
tluce uroliths overdue and un
paid on September 1st, will bo illftcou
tiniied on the switchboard of the Com
pany. Per order.
C. O. RL'RGER,
Gents'. Ladies' &
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
our SODA WORKS to more commodious qunrlers at-
29 iirO-EgI? STJEtBEiT,
(Near the Custom House)
Wo are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following .High Class Aerated Uoveragen:
oillco will be, closed from the
JO tli hist., for a few mouths, dur-
Ina. my absence fiom llio Kingdom.
M. K. OKOS.SMAN,
r,;t0 2w Dcmlht.
TJ ON. R. M.
DAMON will act for mo
full power of nltoinev.
dining my iibicnco from the Kingdom.
W. l- ALLliN.
Honolulu, .'nly ,11, IStlQ. OSS 1 in
TO 1.ET '
Failing in securing joint inlci voli
tion by ICngland and Russia, the
Armenians on both sides of the
frontier will combine and ask the
The sentimentiis general iu Aus
tria that the storm cloud of war in
the Balkans Is on the point of burst
ing nnd scorching Kurope with ita
Prince Rismarck declares that Sir
Robert Moriei conspired in 18(50
with tho Crown Princess Vlctoiia,
now Kmpiess Frederick, to ruin
Front Room at No.
Adams Lane. ti.il if
TO rent or leasn a Cottage
with about, four iooni:
about 10 minutes' walk from
town; un King or Uointaiila sheets, to
vwirdx tho Plains prefmred. Addiesn
"L. (c P.," this olllce. H22jf
If OK KENT
PlBii . Sweet Lintel, StrawUerry or
Sarsaparilln, Saraaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively tho HYATT TURK WATER SYSTEM.
PMXTCl.-mn.T'MV: '- .t""-""J
E. II. IIkndiiv, Pi esldent & Manager.
(iOM-'iircv Rhown, Secretaiy As'l'ieasurcr.
John Ena, Vice-President
Cr:cn. Brtow.v, Auditor.
I' ELEO Stable
J occupied by
A Lid'. Deutsehu, WulelioZurElurleh
tuug de.s Natlonal-Deukinals fur
den Furstcir von Uismurck m lluillu
bclntragen wuusehen, werden crsiieht,
ctwaigo lloltiaego fur dleseu Zvveek an
das unteielchiieto Koimulat niifeii
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fugung dor HeltragMisten an das Cuu
tial Uomlto in Berlin uboimlttult wer
den. Kaiskhlioii Di'.UTSciirs Konsplat.
Honolulu, 7 Jul!, lbOO. U'J .St
given August 1st.
J. h. WALKP.n.
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or tin en blocks from
the coiner of Port and Hotel
directs, suitable for tllreo gentlemen for
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No. 2U7." MO If
NOTICE lo HOUSEMEN I
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uniidoah" will btimd
tbU seasoir at thu
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at tho Dairy. f.S5 iiin
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