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BY AUTHOR! IK.
Tenders lor School Uoiusum.
TeiuleiB will bo recuhed at tin
Office of tbo Hoard of Kdnealiou un
til TUESDAY, the 21m iiut., t 12
o'clock noon, for building anil com
pleting u i-chool bonne, wilb two
rooms, it Uaitluwola, near School
Mrcct, in this District ; and for tin
addition to the school house at Wai
kikikui. Plan ami specification may bo
hOfii at the Otlli'i of the Hoard of
Education, in tlicdoveiiitnent ltuild
The Hoard doe not bind iiiIF to
accept tin lowest or any bid.
V. JAS. SMITH,
"Education Office, Oct. II, 1S5U).
lloNOM'i.n, H. I., AiiK.il, 1S!X.
Holders of Water Pmilegos or
those paying Watci Uate.s, aie hereby
notified that the hour for ning
water for irrigating jmrpmOfuir fiom
0 to 8 o'clock a. m and -I toil o'clock
Chas. 15. WILSON,
Supt. Ilono. Water Works,
Minintct of the Inteiior.
'V li iz
Plaited to neither Seel nor Purty,
liut tUablishfd (or the 6tnrlt of all.
Fit ID AY, OCT. 17, 1890.
Hon. J. M. Horner's monotonous
grind agaiust expenditures for Ho
nolulu reminds one of the fabled
rebellion of the other members of
the body against the stomach. The
city is a natural outgrowth of the
country's industry and commerce.
If city aud country were entirely
separated as to revenue and expend
iture, the country would be by far
the lover in regard to public bene
tits. (loldwin Smith advocates the elec
tion of its Governor by the Domin
ion. Sir George Grey takes the
fame position in Xcw Zealand, aud
Lot il Stanley, the Governor-General
of Canada, f,ays that the Dominion
must look tor new markets now that
the United States is closed. Pro
minent public men speak of a grow
iug sentiment north of the Lakes in
favor of annexation to the United
We are glad to notice the Tiam
wuyh Co. are doing some greatly
needed repairing in some of the
worst places along their track lines.
Lately these have become a very
nuisance for long distances. They
have in fact become in many places
a constant menace to the comfort as
well as to the personal safety of
There is really no reason w hy the
Tramways Corporation should not
be required to keep up reasonable
repairs throughout the entire length
of the franchise granted them ; and,
if wc are not inibtaken, provisions
wore originally made for such re
pairs, which have not been faithfully
and cllleiently carried out by the
company. Wo hope the Tramways
Company will at once see the neces
sity of putting their tracks in as
good condition as contemplated by
this terms of their franchise.
MEETING OF PLANTERS.
Theio was a special meeting of
the Planter' Labor and Supply
Company this morning. Onu of the
items of business discussed was tho
modification of tho labor contract.
It was agreed that onu of
the conditions of the contract should
bo changed, and Messrs, F, A,
Solmefer, J. F. Jlnokfrlil, F. ,M
'iwanzy mid 11. I', llnldwlii ivuni up.
pointed a coiiiinltleo to confer with
i ho MlrilMor ' Uio InlPllor, who In
,(M0 J'rOHldUIlt Of (III) J (OKI (1 Of llll'
iiilgndlnn, mi llio milijucl,
Anolliur iiuitlnr twnbliloiuil mi
.Iujmiiumi inii!il(ruioii. It Nile
icciiiih mlvluiililn lo lmvi won
,nmpw tbor lnlioiliiyi'di mhuiIhI
lifeimillloiiH u n nmi yuuliml
mm wy iifpyjiBm hi jouni
Tb mMrn iuIJouiuw) wiiijimi lu
Latest Form lews
(B;l tint AitKtralia.)
Till: I'llKSIDKNTIAt. TOlll
Ottumwa (Iowa), Oct. 9. Thr
Presidential party reached this city
atSo'cloek this morning. The Presi
dent's elder sister, Mrs. T. ,1. De
vins, resides at Ottumwa. The
patty was also met by J. S. Harri
son, the President's grey-haired, old
brother, who came up Irom Kama
City. The party breakfasted at the
Dt'vtns' residence. At !) p. tn. thu
party left for St. Joseph, Mo.
TIIK Hi:COKI UHOKIIN
The stallion Nelson made the
fastest stallion record at Terre
Hartle, Ind., on this 9th hist., by
lowering Axtell's record of 2:12 to
Muskegon (Mich.), Del. !, At
the Ducey Lumber Company's saw
mill yesterday four of the six boil
ers exploded, wrecking thu mill.
Six men were injured. The cause
ol the explosion was low water in
the boilers. Tlie loss is heay.
TUP. OI.ASS MAKKItS
Pittsburg', Oct. 0. At a meeting
of the Flint, and Lime Glass Manu
facturers' Association yesterday an
advance of not quite 5 per cent was
made in prices.
ijEvtsiuv or rut: i'kokkion ot
I'itlsburg, Oct. it.-The commit
tee woiking on the revision of llio
Presbyterian Confession of Faith
have only fairly begun on their
work, and they see a long tedious
jot) before them. So far everything
has been harmoniua. The work, so
far as it has progressed, hav boon
on a very conservative line.
l-OUKir.N Wlli:AT 1KAUK.
New York, Oct. 9. The Evening
Post says: The fact that for future
deliveries ot wheat, California!! and
Damilnan in English maikets can
be had at about 1 cents per bushel
below present prices, indicates that
our neighbors across the water are
not anticipating higher prices at
CONFESSION 01 A COrNlEKFKlTMi.
Louisville, Oct. 9. John Schmidt,
a counterfeiter recently arrested
here, has confessed to the police
that he has been counterfeiting two
dollar ccrtiOcates, having made
$1000 worth. He claims to have
been assisted by Miles Ogle, known
as the "king of counterfeiters."
CIIANOK OF QUAKTEKS.
Chicago, October 9. Lieutenant
Colonel Henry C. Corbin has been
relieved from duty at the head
quarters of the Division of the Mis
souri, and ordered to the Department
of Arizona, where, it is understood,
he will act. as Assistant Adjutant
General. NOTAIlLi: IVRDUIXO.
Mollinc (Ills.), October 9. .Miss
Anna Deene, eldest daughter of
Charles II. Dccne, one of the
World's Fair Commissioners, was
married last evening to William
Dwight Wiman, son of Eraslus
Wimau of !New York. There was a
large assemblage of guests.
TlttAI. OF A m'XAMlTK CUI'ISEK.
Newport (R. I.), Oct. 9. The
United States dynamite cruiser Ve
suvius made two runs to-day over a
measured mile course at full speed,
with forced draught aud all her
boilers working, and made twenty
knots an hour under these condi
tions. VISITING FRENCHMEN.
Richmond, Oct. 9. The Comte
de Paris and party arrived here this
afternoon and were received by a
committee representing General
A CANADIAN I'ACIFIO TIIAIN WIIECKE1).
Winnipeg,Oct. 9.-The west-bound
Canadian Pacific express was wrecked
forty miles west of here last night.
Three colonist cars were badly
smashed. No one was seriously
SEIZED UNDER THE I.OTTEIIY LAW.
Atlanta (Ga.), Oct. 9. The pos
tal authorities to-day seized the
weekly edition of the Atlanta Con
stitution, which contained prize dis
tribution offers to its subscribers,
to be settled on Christmas morning.
The forms have been revised and
the edition is now being reprinted.
THE OKUI.SEK NEWARK.
The new cruiser Newark develop
ed great speed on the 9th inst., the
day for her trial trip. The breaking
of the rocker ahait, however, has
delayed the trial. Those who wero
on the Newark when she started
down the river say her speed was
very great and that she promises to
be one of the fastest vessels aver
t: I! HO IT.
Dunlin, Oct. 9. Tim hearing
against tho police for assault upon
a iiiiiiilmr of poittoiis tit thu Court
house In TlMpcrnry on tho occasion
of tin1 opening of the trial of Dillon
and O'llilou coiniiii'iicml at that
plucn WmIu, Nowt.)i'iinr coiiiiiiciiN
iIcoIhik Just leu litiH himn liiivitHtlul In
Irolwul mid pollen hnilullly Iimh mn
climily proven m UHhiy'a irml.
witiii it r a mhoi,i:ii.
I.lllllloil, Ol'l. fl, ,on huUIy
nilnnifil rum Dm ('oiillimni m,i
filulid Al Nun llimin Ihii uiuiiiiix
oIIIuits wmi iu iiihJ lial ualiiim,
0 BfltfiU HlJll U lIIUIllli' Uf DjllMrtt
iQiimi In IjU uiirriugui vihlu!) fiai
ipj IjjwiialJl mar Urn mm,
lit' hupIjDiiiji Din ilj'laJiiwI
DAiliY BULLETIN : HONOLULU, H. J., OCTOBER 17, JHDO.
Tiiount.K is roNDiciiEitnr.
Paris, Oct. 9. Dispatohcs- from
I'ondlclicrry, capital ot the French
settlement in India, say a serious
election conllict has taken place
there between a mob and the police,
Several were wounded on kotli aides i
and the military were ordered out.
I NOTABLE WEDIIIM).
Mile Dumas, daughter of Alex
ander Dumas, has been married to
Ernst Arthur Ferdinand Lecourt de
Haniolnc, a young olllcer of thu
$TltIKF.1l5 OCITI'Y A MINE.
Sydney, October 9.--The non
union miners at Hull! were attack
ed to-day by the unionists, who
drove them out aud occupied the
mines. The police weie unable to
restrain the strikers, and re-inforci-incuts
were sent lor.
I'OUIUUAL STILL WITHDt' I A MINISl'ltV.
Lisbon, October 9. The ministe
rial problem is still unsolved. The
lviiiL! wrote to Ferrao asking him to
accept the Foreign poitfolio, but
General d'Abrcn e Sousa, coosidei
ing fin ther ef foils useless, decided
togiieup the attempt to form a
Cabinet. The King has now sum
moned Castro to undertake the task.
St. Petersburg, October 9. The
Novoe Vremya says : Germany, hav
ing failed to induce Russia to recog
nize l'rince Ferdinand as the lawful
ruler of Bulgaria, has advised Aus
tria to abandon, tor the present, the
desire to obtain recognition for
Prince Ferdinand from the F.uropean
HOW CKIM'lV sl'El.Oll Is UF.Ci AF.DKD.
London, October 9. The Italian
Premier's speech of yesterday is
apparently regaided in most of the
Continental capitals as an election
manifesto. The emphasis with which
Signor Crispi dwelt on the value to
Italy of the Dreibund has provoked
the hostility of the Parisian piess.
nil: rzAitowncu stakes.
London, October 9. The Czaro-
witch stakes, two miles aud two fur
longs and thirty-five yaids, at New
market, to-day, wei c won by Prince
Sollykoll's five-year old horse Sheen,
Alicante second, Judith third.
There were twenty-two starters.
The Champion stakes were won by
.IUUILANI (Jltl.l lo.
Constantinople, October 9. The
visit of the Czarowitch lo tho Sultan
has been postponed until Npring.
The Greeks are jubilant and attri
bute the postponement to the Car's
disapproval of the Porte's attitude
low aid the Ecumenical Patriarchate.
AN AUSTRIAN Al'i'EAL.
Vienna, October 9. Frcmden
blatt, in a bitter article, calls the
Mckinley bill a measure of violence
woithy of a uatiou accustomed to
the use of the revolver. It appeals
to the countries of Europe to act in
concert to prevent their becoming
tributary lo the new world. Eng
land, it says, threatens to compen
sate herself for her losses by secur
ing the Eastern markets, so thus the
McKinlcy bill threatens to engender
ecouomic enmity between Great
ltritaln and Central Europe.
A FINANCIAL SCANDAL.
Paris, October 9. The newspa
per Le Matin, and Lc Jour, the new
paper which has just been establish
ed by M. Laurent, aie out this
morning with accusations against M.
Rouvier, Minister of Finance, whom
they charge with making use of his
position in the Government to con
duct successful speculations on the
RI0TIN. IN SWITZERLAND.
Heine, October 9. A dispatch
from Uellinzona says the Federal
troops have quelled some serious
out breaks in Tisserete between the
Liberals and Conservatives. It is
reported that the liundesrath has
decidnd to re-establish the old re
gime in Ticino, giving the Federal
Commissioner special executive
powers pending a revision of the
LONDON DOCK I.A110REIIS.
London,October 8. A number of
dock laborers of the Allan Company,
having refused to abide by the de
cision of the executive board of the
union, have been ordered to go to
work to-morrow or the union will
fill their places.
FAII.UltEOF A CORN Alll'.NT.
Pesth, October 9. A corn agent
of this city has failed, with liabili
tict at 1,000,000 florins. It is be
lieved that other failures will follow.
The trouble is due to the poorness
of the harvest.
San Juan del Sur, October 9.
Doctor Roberto Sacassi, who suc
ceeded to the Presidency of Nicara
gua, on thu death of Caralo in 1689,
has been re-elected for four years.
Till. "IIU'K COAT bCIIOOI.."
London, October 9,- A lire oc
curred to-day in thu historic Dine
Coat School in Caxton street, West
minuter. Tim Hume nine extin
guished liefuro iiiiuili damage was
orf.j.ihirt ash j'oi.ut. noinis'o,
Jlnrlliii DrlnlHir IL Tim (rnublu
Imlirm'ii llin pollou iiimI m)ui',u ii
Kiiniiiiii wni iiiNiiiui'il lO'iluy, mill
In Ilii' L'oiiflli'l ti't'iiiid Mtsoim neii
Mil. I Mill. II UUIIIIU IbMI'MllV.
(tofki'MAllJIf UiTIW Ul!l"ulUlllJIJ
Oflill'UliljUipTlllJJjJl'limiV ui W
mmaiFWDt Aiawum. m
i r ui aj v, vm
The Lyriu Theatre, London, has
been ic-opeiicd with Audian's "La
Cigalc," an opoia in three acts, in
which Geraldine I'linar scored a
The Italian Committee send woid
from Koine that in view of the new
U. S, tariff law very few manufact
ures or others arc willing to send
exhibits to Chicago.
Mary and Eli.a McGonigle, iged
respectively 11 and 12 years were
both assaulted and then Hindered on
the 9th lust, near Cumberland, Out.
Narcisse Lorocque is under arrest
Auction Salos by James i?. Morgan.
HORSES & COLTS
On SATURDAY, 0:l. IStli,
AT 1 (I'OLIM'IL UOX.
At the tubles at rear of the olllce nf
.1. 1. Dowsctl, Queen street. I will
m'II at I'ulille Auction
ABOUT 13 HEAD OF
FINE HORSES A COLTS,
broken to Saddle ,; Harness.
AUCTION SALE OF
Uv Older of the OAH1J KA1LWAY .t
LAND CO. I will sell at Public
Auction at Pearl Ch ,
On SATURDAY, November 291b,
AT ti O'CI.Ot'K l 31..
A limited uiunbcr of those desli able
Bnilfling Lots at Pearl City
The Compauy have epemleil 80,000
to procure an ample .supply of pmu
moiuitabi water, resulting in the com
pletion ot two large Reservoirs with
stor.igc ot nearly 2,000.000 gallon'..
From a distributing Rt"-er olr with a
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet above e.i level, water
hns been laid along Lclma Aveimu to
the Pearl Cit. Depot hi a fl-incli C.i'.t
Iron Pipe, Horn which w.iler will In
supplied by the Uomp.iny at Govern
The Company will bind ii.elf in the
Deeds to c.airy purchasers and iheir
families and servants by mil between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile, 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, Ibt Class,
During a term of 9 yenrs from the date
Tljee special Rates of Fare will be
transfeinble with the property during
(lie term named in the Oiiginiil Ijced.
Tialns will always be run for reasonable
accommodation of residents at Pearl
Pity. Trains will reacli Honolulu at
0:J5 Miid 8 or 8.45 and 11 :50 a. m., leave
Honolulu for Pearl City and way Sta
tions at 8:1 a. m ami 1 :!" aud 4 to
1 :!10 and flilfi to 5:30 p. in. subject how
ever to Mich changes as may be from
time to time found neccaiy for the
convenience of the public or business
iulcicMs of the Company. Kenlng
Trains will also lie run wlienever there
is a le.ouable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW 1
Those desiring lots wheje the most
charming view can he hail from the
voiamla of cottage or mansion, can
olitulu lots nouting on l.elma, Juailu or
Wuodlawu Avenues; tills is a most
charming locution for residences, as all
agieu who hae tiiken thu trouble to
walk up Lohua Avenue above the Ewa
Court House. Ar a health, rcsoit, a
better situation cannot be found. To
assist setiler.s, the tollowim; easy terms
ai i! offered ;
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 yeara,
One-Third in 5 years,
Willi Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Thus making it pohsible for llio most
limited lu iiiuaus, to proem u a Hue
healthy residence. DNuince is anni
hilated by railway doiumimicatloii, so
that people living at Pearl City will
rcaeu Honolulu lu less time tliau it
takes to come fiom Waikil.i by the
ordinary means of travel, while the ex
pense for a perou will not be inoie
than live cents per day gieater than the
picwmt cost of iraM'l ! Wuil.ikl by
Now Is your time lo piocure
Homestead & Business Lots at
At I'llees lower ihan they can evei be
lionlit In Hut tuliiie.
Don't Lot Your Opportunity Slip
If , miii do , Mm will llw to (Uiit the
"111111111' mylugn wn fo olieii hear
from people who had a eliuneo to buy
llio wlioln of Kiilaokiiliuii I'liiln- fur a
Ming, hut they illdn'l! A woid to the
wlii lit hiiilli'lniii,
tST.Milpof Hie I.fil eiiu be U'nn ill
HiiMiillfeK o thu pneiih' lliii'ilwiiiiiCo,,
llmv.illmi Nuwm Oo,,iiudT, loTluiiiii',
iiimI al my ri.diKiooiii, Honolulu, wluun
lll Imilii'l llilni million eiiu he ubliiuei
DM I .Uii Aiiniiiiiii
pipn'in .i i ii i.i. i ,1 i, ijxn i .iii.h
Mhl 1UUNJUU UUk
t nmm tiu im iuri
oi xiflw YorfK
Cash Assets, : : : : :
IU(JIIAUI A. 31cIlSCSY. I'lCMlilent.
to? For full particulars apply to
LINOLEUM, CARPET it RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
HOOTS & SHOES.
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS - OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Koroscnii Oil" Al.OlIA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs,
FERTILIZERS: OblenilorlN l)olved Peiiiviau Oiiann, Ohlendorf's Special Cau Miinnre.
LONDON PURPLE:Ktfeelniil destioyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms, Etc
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: -nestioy all Xnloui Weeds & Scrub-..
BAGSi-Sumir. Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest Improvements In material and texture.
Galvanized Water Pipe, Corrugated Iruu, Fonp Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Fie
Sh,m,y ,,s,,t, une e of IND I AN G OODS Kn,,""y - l0 . Ir " '
Auction Sales by LevIs J. Levey.
llv order of W. ( Parl:e, a.ignoe ot
the baiil.iupt eMntu nf .f. A. Dower. I
will fell al Public Auction, at the wnre-liou.-e
of wild b.iukiiipt. Queen ftieet,
below the PKIi .Maikei,
On MONDAY, );. 20th,
at ia u'ei.o:ii ...
Ship's SCfiees & Timber's
Cast Iron Holler. Hlnp Spars. Long
Timbers. Empo P.arrel, Steam lloi
lur Guage it Whistle, Hand Can,
Tool Cliusts, Wile Rupe. Kiiewood,
Gal. Tank, Boat Hook-, Spllit Levels,
1 Damaged KacoBoal,
1 New Boat, pait'y built; Itonnd & Flat
Bar Iron, Spikes i"fc bolts, Hemp A
Manilla Ropu. Drawing Doaiils,
Siiw', Ilamuiers, Wienehcb, Axes,
Augers, Rlocks, Screws. & NaiU,
One Lnrgcs BM-FHiiig laclidic.
With 22 lilts and keys; etc.. etc.
Will open TIlt'llSOAY, Oct. lOtli. hi
tliu new building, adjoining Love's
Bukeiy, win lu you can pio-
cuie ilie choicest
Beel", Mill ton. Veal, Pork,
Ho. 1 Fork Baueuge, Smoked Tcnguos.
Iiutf GnnEJge, Buiiilsed Muttou Hems,
liologna Sausage, Spiced Beef,
Otrmini Bautagc, OorneJ Fork & Beof,
nsr Your patronage Is respcetfiillj
solicited and siitiilactiou guaranteed in
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Boll Tele. 3G9"tBdttrMutual Tolo. 3C2
Hotel HI., t Honolulu.
.1. II. riSHKH, Piop.
Board and Lodging, per week, (hc-
coidlug to liie.it Ion ol looms,..
$10 00 to 12 00
Trnn'lent, per day.. 2 00
Tuble Board, per week 7 00
Single Meals CQ
I" Visitors will llml this one of the
mo. i comloi tuhli) and convmiieut houses
in il city, the looms being laige. light
and ahy. Hot and cold water halhi.
I iiml.ii n xpceliiliy of lep.dilng 11 nc
Watolies, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
Ami kiiiiiiiiidiv lb i ilii.. noil, m
Ilolfl IM iiieln Hie "AiIIiiuiiiii "
Uinmim i m u l,.),
ASSIGNEE'S SALE I CMS
ISSUKI) 1JY TUB
Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
Tileplmnei,, No. II!)..
Hustace, King Street.
Having Ie;M,.,l . hjorert in the brick building known n the
Liiiecdii block, nearly opposite tho old stand, and having.dispoi.eil
ol that portion of my stock damaged by the late live, and beinc
in leccipt of iNew Jood per last steamer, and more on the wiv i
am prepared to fill all orders as before. Thanking the public' for
the liberal pationage bestowed on me for the pat-t wjven veai.s 1
hope by prompt attention to all orders to merit a continuance of' the
Mime. At the new stand t-hall he pleased to nee all mv old eus
toniers. and as inany new ones as may find it to their advantage to
call. Island oulers solicited and faithfully executed.
mxuiiiMkjiMiMiMinufMTmn n rt rwnfflmi
Widiout a Rival
O ae-third the Price of the
A Saving of 33 Per Cent in Cost
Having removed our SODA WOBKS to more commodious quarters at.
Wo. SO JpfyjEtrV STREET,
.' fNear the Custom House)
Wo aie now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime nuatilv ain
of the following High Glass Aerated Beverages :
Plain, Sweet, Lemon, Strawberry or Cream Sofia.
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using excliiaively tho HYATT VURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
rpiIK nwelllng and lleautl
X. fill Oroiinils belonging
to II, Hliimeiisehiu'liler. mi
I'uuchlmwl htieel. Inouluior
""'aw V. O.i SMITH.
HNI.SHUI) ltnotiiK, Ma.
gio or in milieu; nlrfo
lo-ioom. Apply "No,
'-'7," Ahil.ea tieut. iith iw
AVKHY f'oiiM'iiluiil mid
Penll nblu (,'ntliik'n Im
iiIMmhI or iiiifiiiulahml, iiimr
ikubull uimiiul in .Mul.11,1 Ap-
rtt'l'J'H of lliieeNhfh
Kiiiulied liuiii, Ivhi
a in) piii hid un
fill I M'l
mr i'mv Q'nJiii
ll l' IIKJJJUUJb
1 1 1 M V Im
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS.
LAWN TENNIS i. CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS. FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
RED HRlOlv, ETC.
Olmir CuttuiH & lano Kuivoa.
P. 0. llox 1172.
in Prleo & Quality !
Housekeeper Should Use It !
and Quality the Very Beat. $
Wl I IJU1-.LJI JJMHllJMWiW.lwiB -
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
MHDHwlth the rooum and bath:
also htablu accoinmodatloiw
norsi's. Apply at
mL HPIIh Kurnltiirii of a uv.
fli&Uffl , 1,'on" ' complete,
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