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MONDAY, OCT. .'0, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND t!0S
To T.iUe Ktloi't AuuiiHt .'((. IMIO.
A.M. A.M. P.M. J'.M.
Uavo Honolulu 8:l.r, l-.ifi r.i'.ltlf
Antve Kcr.cLlluli : til 2:-l! G:0tJ
Lcavn Konoiitlull. fi:IO 10:.'.l S -51 ....
Arrlyo Honolulu.. (J:! I 11:5m I .r5 ....
Siiliuiliryn ami Mond.i9 only.
I Snlmdiiys only.
S h Zealamlia, from the Colonies
Stun- Llkcllku fwim Maul
Stmr Waialeitlc fiom Kauai
Si mi JVlufiom Wm m Ni. K.uiai
S S Zenl.uulln for Sun I'wtncNco nt -1pm
Tern Vesta tor Humboldt
Oct !!( -m
Stiiu-.l ( uininhw foi Wniuianalo at
11 .1 in
Stinr Unul.i t'oi llmiiili'l anil Kil.iuea lit
I p in
vbbSbiS leaving to-morrow.
Stmr Likelike for Maul at 5 p in
.Stun- Waialeale for Kauai :it " p in
Stun Fell- tor Kiiiuil at 5 p in
tilinr .las .Alakeu for Kupaa at t p in
CARCUES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Walalmlc 1 1 bagsiice, l'Jgieen hides
and 10 simdiy package.
Likelike I boises, 'J cow-, 1C hope. 120
b.is potato, 1:13 hides and lot)
F0HE1GN VESSELS IN PORT.
il B M S Acorn. I'olhml, trom a ei nise
U 8 ft IioquoU liom S:iiiio:i
Japanese man-of-war Tsiikub.i - Can
fiom India i.t AiNlialla
Hilj; Consiielo, A Jacoli'-on, tioni San
ltk Ycloclly, Mai tin. fiom Hongkong
Uk ltiikcr, Jiichtbnih. fiom l.oudnu
Uk Lii(l3 Luinprm, l.i l:iy9 fiom San
lik U D Uryant, J.iuohscn, fiom San
FOREIfJN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II B M FlasUiip Wai-plto fiom British
Bk l)hkcr,Girvuu fioin Liverpool, sailed
July lu, Hue -Nov ib-hd
HMaiiposa, fiom San Francisco, due
m bk Kdwaid May, D Mabany, from
Boston, sailed Aiur 5, due .ian 1-13,
'Br bk Charlotte. Bobndorf, from Liver
pool, sailed fa'ept 'J, due .Tan lf.-Iil,
Uktne Mary Wiukelman from San Fran
cisco due Oct 31-Xov 5
Gr bk Santiago fiom Xew York, sailed
Sejit 20, due Feb 20-28
USS Moliic.iu, fiom Sydney via Samoa
H M ,S Nymph fiom Esquimau
Am 1)1; Hesper fiom A e castle, X S AV
From Maui per stmr Likellke, Octl!)
Mr and Mrs (j Tinner, Mr and Mrs G
Kopp, Mr and Mis (Jubral. Miss Lizzie
Uiockett, ister Mailaua, A Bower,
O X l'ond, Jn3 Box, Jack Pedler, Joe
Cushiugliam, J K Kancpuu, F G Cor
ren, 5 Chinese pud 77 deck.
For San Francisco, per i S Zcalandia,
Oct 19 Or Caiter, wife, 2 children and
servant, T S Soutbwlck, Hon Paul Iscn
ljeig. Mis Lovell, W P A Bicwer, wife,
il cbildicn and muse, F M Swany, J T
wateiuouse, Jr, Mrs J A HutelUusou,
ilr Garstlu, Mr A P Peterson and
child, 11 H Williams, Miss F -M Pottci,
tl N Castle and 15 steerage.
From Kauai per stmr Waia'cnlc, Oct
19 Geo Gay, wife and sou, .1 Dyer and
wife, Kopke and w ife, L Ralie, wife
andch.ldieu (2),MrsL Cook. l)r J S
McGicw, Mrs S KKaeo, Mis Mary Al
lau, R Stiaucb, 1 Chinese and 30 deck
The steamer W G Hall Is due to-morrow
afternoon from Hawaii and Maui.
The steamer Faiallon will probably
sail for Sau Francisco and San Diego
The steamship Zcalandia, Cflpt K
Van Oteiendorp, palled at 1 p in yestei
lay for ban Fianclsco with the follow
ing shipments: O T Gullck, 72 bnelis
bananas; X F Buigess, 60 bucks; Geo
Lvcurgoa, (125 bnens; Campbell, Mar
shall to Co, 1701 bucks; W G Irwin &
Co, 3050 bags siifiiir: Suudiles 1 box
taro, 3 cases household effects, and 1
polariscope. Domestic value, $22,901.30
The stmr Zealaudla, K Van Oteien
dorp, Commander, sailed flora Sydney
Oct 1st, -1:29 p m: arrived at Auckland
Oct 0th, 5:12 u m; sailed same date 3:37
p in, touched of Tutullu Oct 10th, 10:15
p in, nnd arrived at Houolulu, Oct 18th,
1:3 lain, bhe broght 30 cabin and 55
steerage passengers mid 295 tons cargo
or ban Fianclsco, and 0 steerage pas
semreraand 12 tons of caruo for Hono
lulu. Bxpeileiiced light variable winds
Irom Sjdncy to Auckland, light south
,'ily wIiiUh from Auckland to Tutulla,
llejitE nud XL winds from Tutulla to
the Equator. lUhtunrtlioily winds fiom
the Equator to 12 deg N; thence to Ho
nolulu ficdh EXE wind and head Feu,
and frequent lain squalls. 1'Iuu weather
dining entire passage,
The Hawaiian Hand will glvu n
jiubllii concert nt Milium bqimru
thU cvciiWjk nt 7:30 o'clock, ren
dering tho following piogruinmo;-
Ovci luii'-KIng' l.li'iilmmiil , . . . , . .Till
I'lnubi-l.'uniiiiii ,, ,, .... ,,, f ..... , Hum
J(..iiiIhIcimh:i' of )uuitiii, ..niidfiny
Thai U l.mu, lliivs ,iiv uumun, Hmiiuii.i
hji llll'IIMIIl!!l!l UljIiyi'lIM
in mm -Hhlim huuniU. ..
I t 1 I t I
Xliillui . Illiiii.mil Miilmiiiiu..
LOCAL & GEN I RAL HEWS.
A COMMt'N'lCMUI.V fiotn Noblo J.
M. Homer has been iooeied and
will be published to-utoirow.
Tin: whaling bail; l.ngodn which
airbed nt Japan in H-tw imis run
deiniiod iiud'sold lor $2(100,
Tnr. loss of the Turkish mmi-of-war
Litouroul wn'i cairn d bythe
vessel striking u Hick and Jier boilers
imimdintely exploding, blowing the
vessel to atoms.
1'EKur.ns will lu received at ilio
office of tin; Hoard of Education up
to 12 o'clock noon, to-mumnv, for u
now school hoiHe tit Kiiuhnvcla, and
for un addition to thcM-hool houe at
'Inr.AV. 0 T. V. will hold thoir
annual lui'ino meeting in the pai
Ioib of tin) Cunt ml Union Chinch, at
iliHO o'clock to-moirow afternoon.
All inombeis ate especially lequestcd
to be pio.out.
Ttu: anti-Chinese ineetiiiR to bo
held thw uvening in tho old Arniorv,
in, mlvcitfccd in this morning's P. C.
AiBcrlK'i, will not bo held under tho
auspices of the Mechanics and
'mkniujnenV 1'olitu.nl Viiitcctiu
Tin: Hawaiian liaidwaie Co. hao
ju-tl lcccivcd un invoice of "Gate
City Stone Filtcis," which have not,
been in tho market for some time.
Those who have been lately pnqiiii
ing for these excellent hlteii can now
FitoM "The FiimnccClitonicle and
Insuiance Circulat" tor September,
it appeals that the Itoyal Insuiance
Co., oi wliich Hon. J. S. Wulker is
the Honolulu agent, has the laigeat
rcervo fund of any iiihiiranee com
pany on the list.
Itcv. Mr. Fisher will open the Y.
M. C. A. class for Bible study, with n
piaotical addrcsh on the general sub
ject of "Biblo Study" in the Asso
ciation puilors t 111 evening at 7
o'clock. Any young men interested
in tho above object are insited to be
The Minister of Interioi gives
notice to builders that parties erect
ing or lenioving buildmgs througl -out
the Kingdom arc subject to tho
pennltics imposed by "An Act to
lcgulate the construction of buildings
in tho City of Honolulu and else
wlicie within the Kingdom," ap
proved August 28, 18S0. This act
will be hereafter stiictly enfoiced
upon all delinquents.
The wiit of mandamus, directed
to Bisliop Willis, commanding bim
to call u mceiing of the Tiustees of
St Andrew's Cathedial, is on aigu
tnent at Supreme Couit Chambers
to-day before all their Honois, except
Mr. Justice Bickorton, who thought
himself disqualified. The Bishop
had no counsel and responded in
person, speaking two bonis in an able
manner, the gist of his argument
being Hint the issuing of peremptory
writ "does not lie against the respond
ent, as Bishop of Honolulu. Mr.
Hatch for the petitioneis was to
close at 2 o'clock.
THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE.
The New South Wales Govern
ment has decided to open a coal
mine of its own, in consequence of
the strikers preventing the railways
fiom getting supplies. Arrange
ments are in progress whereby ship
ping and gas companies can get a
regular supply of coal from China
and Japan and other places, if Ihe
strike should continue.
Insurance companies hold risks in
Sydney to the value of 53,500,000.
The French Government has ap
pointed a commission to btudy and
report on the best means of develop
ing the French establishments in the
Labor matters are unsettled all
over the Australian Colonies. There
are continual "conferences" between
employees and workmen, and be
tween bo'th and Cabinet Ministers.
The German sailor lately attacked
by a shark in Apia harbor is walk
ing about now.
The l S. S. Mohican arrived at
Apia from Auckland Sept. 27th, and
sailed for Tutuila the same day.
A serious riot occurred at Mata
fele, Samoa, Saturday night, Sept.
27th, from plantation black boys
breaking open the Jail to release a
comrade. There was a terrific light
with clubs and stones on tho street,
between a hundred Sarnoans and the
gang of black boys. Many had
bones broken and ono black boy was
disabled for life. Several native
policemen were hint, but the blncks
were finally scattered nnd several of
them lodged in jail.
Tho French cruiser Volta ariivetl
at Apia Sept. lOtli and hailed for
Wallis and Fatuna islands on the
Tho Samoa. Times flnda in an ex
change on account of tho arrival of
tho "Sanioau Show," In charge of
Jt. A. Cunningham, In Berlin. Sinuo
leaving Samoa two had died of
ineuslus out of tho seven. It will
bo remembered these Snmonns
gavo exhibitions in Honolulu.
It Is ri'porlod Unit the Imperial
Government hnvn ngreo lo oonlrN
linto 111,000 townnl the mull wr
vlcr h provided Hint tlio Kim Vrmi-
OlvCObeMlCQ bO IJOIltllUHUl,
t'U ' , If
RA I'btu Mini'" l'l iM'uli iivory
III Nil "I'.IH" i'i uruiii I'M i
Wit I III)
iAMARINQQ HlilKi;iinrwlil Mr-
I ii i n. n. AUlUHMn iiihioi.mi
fullUWillK (lllli 'l'. III IIU'IC
tiul.iUPI)!)'1 Uiiiiiwi I'liui'liw
iiiiuii jgiiii,iuiriii I'wiwi
raiftUMi. rii) rujiiii)
1 lUJLi JuijUluljniUUlj
Moniuv, Oct. SO.
The lloiihi! met at 10 o'clock,
linn. J. K. Walker, Piesulunt, in
the chair. Minutes were read by
Secretaty Ch.is Wilcox nnd Inter
pi tier W. L. Wilcox.
Hep. llrmvn prcsentnl a jietition
from ICoolutiloa, that a resident phy
sician be appointed, that the unlive
school at 1 lima he substituted by nn
English school, nnd thai 820,000 bn
appropriated for the roads and
bridges and landings of the distr'ct.
onti:u oi- tiiu nY.
The Ilotuu proceed to the ordtr
of the day, being the consider
ation of the Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Brown, in resuming the do
bate on the Bowler claims, said that
if it was proposed lo insert the item
as recommended by the committee,
he should vote against, it. For the
wm It done on Ihe I'alace gi ootid,
being public property, Mr. Bowler
should be paid, but hu did not think
the payment should include interest,
lie was a member ol ihe committee
that invuitiKided the mntter last
session, and with Mr. W. O. Smith
presented n minoiiiy report, in which
it was found that the contiact was
not stiictly legal, but which recom
mended the insertion of an item.
While believing that the petitioner
should be paid for his considerable
work on the Palace wall, he could
nnl swallow the claim in regard to
immigration. The report of the
committee on that matter is based
on what might have been. This
implies a basis not recognized by
law. The vessel might, for instance,
have been lost. When thnt agree
ment was made Mr. Bowler had
made no outlay on the baik Ivala-
kaua. If the items were divided he
would oto for paying for the work
done and materials furnished on the
Noble Baldwin icfcrred to the
number of times these claims had
been before the Legislature and the
Courts. There would probably be
similar claims arising from time to
lime, and it behooved the Legisla
ture to act discreetly and in the in
terests of the country. Ministers
ought not to authorize expenditures
not provided for in the Appropria
tion Bill, but sometimes Ministers
took different views as to what was
lawful. Mr. Bowler had sympathy
as a working man in this raatter,but
it did not look well to see him in
attendance on this Legislature the
past two or three months.
Noble Phillips He has uothiug
to do he has no woik.
Noble Baldwin said that might
be. Ministers of this Government
were bound by the law in a peculiar
way. They were the custodians of
the public treasury. Subjects were
also bound by the law. If a man
made a contract with him to build a
house, he would look into his ability
to pay for the work. In the same
way, before a private person made
a private contiact with the Govern
ment he should see what law there
was behind the contract. It was no
excuse tor a ciimmal at the bar to
plead ignorance of the law. Emer
gencies arise when the Government
believes it to be in the public inter
est to make contracts outside of the
law, and the dutj' of the Legislature
was to ascertain whether the work
in question was a public necessity.
Some members had cited the volca
no road as a parallel case. In that
matter hu had voted for the inser
tion of the item to pay advances,
because he always believed that tho
road was a public benefit, and the
money was advanced entirely at the
risk of the lenders. If they went
beyond that principle they would
get into deep water. The lighting
of the Palace was a private matter,
just as the lighting of the house of
any olllcial. The plant was paid
for out of the Privj- Purse, and the
setting of it should have been paid
from the same source. Tho King
used it still as private property, sup
plying light to the Hotel in return
for coal. Ills Majesty had been ne
gotiating with the Government to
take the plant off his hands. In re
gard to the Palace gates il appeared
there was an appropriation in 188C
for completing the wall and gate on
the Likelike street side. The Min
ister after the completion of this
work raado a new contract for work
on the other parts of tho wall, for
which there was no appropriation nt
leastjfor tho amount required. Ho
quoted from Judge Dole's decision,
when tho case was lost, that an
agreement without authority of law
was voiu. He would no willing to
vole for 81000, according to tho es
timate of the Superintendent of
Public Works on tho basis of tho
work douo on the Llkcllko street
wall. Tho claim on account of tho
South Sea hlnnderB was not made
lo last session of the Legislature,
probably Mr. Bowler not thinking
thou Hint ho had a claim. The
similiter went Into tint Ileum of this
claim, muting that nil the South Hen
Ulimdcrg (ho late (JoYnriiiimnt could
imuier wm IU), A t mutter of
fuel only lluwuro iPturm'd liieliid
I nit tvuimni nnd nhlldmi. The loiin.
or owner of tlio burl; Kuliiltuuu now
in (own lll 1)0 MOill (III) VenDl'l )
Mr. Howler in AiHll.oriliitTiiiuiiiln
liffiirii dm ulli'tfed iioiiliuni my
idihJw. Tliere hW no iwjumI of )
iiimnm w ip uiijjrti of ii)iiiu(iii
I Noble MttrtntlHiif risked If the
I Board objected.
I Noble Baldwin did not knot nil
i thi"-c Hue points, but theie was no
record of uithcr approval or disap
proval on the part of the Board, and
I if tlieie was either it would be n
matter of record. 1 here were not
the strict regulations governing the
introduction of these laboreis ns ex
isled ill the case of Jnpnucse. For
those ho obtained through the Pnci
tic Navigntlon Co. he made an agree
ment to pay 8S5 a head for their re
turn. All those Islanders cam Hip
same way. The only reaoon the
Board of Immigration blanks were
used in recruiting these people was
because men-of-war at the islands
would not allow recruiting except
under the auspices of this Govern
ment. The expense was borne by
the planters. For some reason un
known to them Mr. Aholo on June
29th, two days before going out of
ollice, made a contract with Mr.
Bowler. The new Government did
not recognize the contract put re
tiiined the people through tho Paci
fic Navigation Co. As to pei mission
to recruit this was only given to Mr.
Bowler by Mr. Aholo. ThoBoaid
of Immigration were against recruit
ing, because there was much talk
about kidnapping. Even supposing
that Mr. Bowler had a claim on
prospective profit, which he did not
admit, he could not agree to the
amount. It was a very precarious
business and if the owners got $1000
out of a trip they would consider
they had done well. The hon. No
ble Parker could tell something
about thnt, having been interested
in the schooner Mana lost tliere.
But the whole thing was unauthor
ized and wrong from beginning to
end, and no member who voted for
this claim could consistently open
his mouth in ciilicism of the late
Noble AVidcmann said the hon.
Noble had said this amount was
paid by "us." In such a mutter
it ought to be stated who "us" were.
The hon. Noble had said if we did
not have reform before, we should
begin it now. They had begun re
form, but when was it? The Uc
form Government took office July 1,
1887, and August 4th a draft was
made on the treasury for $1000 that
had never been appropriated. Ha
referred to the Makiki claims.
These had also been before the
courts, and who were the two law
yers retained in the case?
Noble von Tempsky raised the
point of order that the Makiki claims
were not before the House.
Noble AVideinaun asked the Presi
dent to put that man down. Who
had the floor? The late Minister of
the Interior had gone on till he
thought himself the Lord Omnipotent,
and an instance was the 813,000
agreement for the Volcano road.
The whitewashing argument that the
road was a public benefit was the
argument of a shyster lawyer. Il
was not the argument of an honor
able man. The speaker quoted
from the agreement between cx
Minister Thurxton and F. Harrison
for work on the Custom House, in
which the Minister stipulated that
he would not guarantee payment
unless an appropriation should be
made. Was this the work of an
honorable man? For himself he
would say it was not
Noble Walbridge said
right, he would make such a con
tract. Noble Widcmann knew that the
late Minister's henchman would ap
prove of anj'thing he did. Tho dif
ference between patronage and brib
ery was growing very llirasy.
Rep. Bickard was not disposed to
look at this matter in the strong
light in which it was regarded by
some members. Nine out of ten
men in this country would feel safe
in making a contract with the Minis
ter of the Interior without, inquiring
closely into the Minister's authority.
In the case of the Palace wall Mr.
Lishman and the Honolulu Plauing
Mill tendered for tho work and
therefore were equally weak with
Mr. Bowler in that regard.
Noble Baldwin said that was all
right. Bids were advertised for in
the case of the Likelike street gate,
when these tenders were submitted.
But the objection of illegality was
made to the further work done by
Mr. Bowler, for which no tenders
Rep. Bickard, continuing, held
that the claim was equitable if not
legal for the work done on the Pa
lace property. He was also entitled,
on the same ground of equity, to
payment of possible ptofit on tho
lvalakaua contract. He moved that
an item of 810,011,81 bn inserted in
the Appropriation Bill for payment
of tho claims, on condition that tho
petitioner give a receipt In full of all
demands, the item being divided an
followsi Palace electric light 81,
012,08, Interest 81:15,20; Palace
wall contract $7000, IntercFt 88U2.
50; possible profit on 11110 laborers
at $10 each 6UU00, and, on 250 tons
freight at 81.50, 8.T75. Total for
Palace work, WSJISii.Hl ; total fur
Noble Mtiofnrlniii) niuited (lint
there was an equitable ululm which
thu U'ljUluttiru was hound lo con
sider, Hii gave it full utiitiiiiiFiit of
tho Hotel lighting urniiiKumiuit In
iinHwer u Noble lluldwln, Tim lutn
MinUtry hud in lecogiilutliuPnimii)
vlnuilu Unlit pliiiil m piihliu iin
H'liy. Ill niltnerin 111 II luriiin un
10 uil Ihe lulu r)lierllll!'llu of
I'lihlln Wuih sm Iliu()iiiii'lei4 in
IDttkll It ojirntel NJHIHlu,
nn tui it
ninlMt. TliurMon'aillegnl contracts.
If that w."w the Volcano road on tho
other side, would .Mr. Thurston
have undertaken to pay Air. Lee for
hiswntk? The late 'Minister wus
guided by his political relations with
contractors nni public wniks, un
was shown m the Custom Hnue
Bccpss hum 11! io 1 :30
At the meeting of the Baseball
Association this noon, it was agreed
In let Mi. V. L Hongs have the use
of the Association's new. grounds
for seven nintili games of baseball ;
and it is understood that the Asso
ciation will furnish two nines to piny
against the team which Mr. Iioogs
intend) bringing down from Cali
fornia. Mr. Hooga returns to the Coast
by the Australia Fridaj, and is
expected bad: by the Novem
ber through stcamei, or not
later than the December boat. He
will bring about eleven piofessional
baseballisU and will receive in re
turn for the expenses incunet", a
percentage of the gate receipts.
The contract for thega nes, ground
etc., is being drawn up and will
probably be signed to-morrow.
AX opportunity of buying an Interest
lu Miinii Hmall bushier established
hi Honolulu. Addiess, st i ting business
ami particular', "Business," Bulletin
Ollice. 080 lw
'I 'WO Large Ahy
' Iloninn mif) ii
Furnished Bedroom with use
of bath. Iiiqube at the new cottage on
Kawaluhao lime., one door trom King
CAAPTAIN II. Llglitbo.lj, ot tho bin k
) "Birker,' will not be responsible
lor any items eontiaeieu
without his written order.
These niters are easily cleansed,
and NEA'KR become CRACKED or
CRAZED by change of tomperaiuro of
The Filter Medium' Is a NATURAL
STONE, mined from the earth. It is
unliko any other stone.
It. Duos Not Absorb and
Become Foul 1
IMPURITIES never PENETRATE
it, but lie on the surface, and internally
thu stone remains as pure nnd vliltn
after years of use as when taken from
Tho Gate City Stono Filter is a per
fect success. It Is the only real filter I
havo everseeu. I would not be without
one for auy consideration. It converts
our lake water into the best drinking
water lu the world. ,
JIknky M. Lyman, hi. D,,
;:i3 West Adams &t., Chlcugo.
BST For Snl by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opposite Spieckels & Co.'s Hank,
C8H Im Fort street, Honolulu.
Mesnrs. Holllsler & 'Qo. have just re
cub U a, consignment of tlila
Migful Mural Mineral
BSy For sale by the Cape, Doen or
BotUe at thu atom of
HO LUSTER & CO.,
087 rmutrCiH, lw
'U M it ,0 Hull ,,
uy ins crew
Hate City uMeFlr.
m. 9m P"'i
iVOVV IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Ale now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. Tho additional Tea
turo of InsuraiKO goes nitk every Bond.
Tho following arc a few of tlio many nttiniaivn forms offered hj thU
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PCR CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, lis p-iynionts prompt and certain, and its
(From rht AVm York iSun, April Ath, 18S0.)
Tim liiirtfttHt BunIiujrm Ever Trunmictod by a Life As.sur-
Tho uew business of the Equitable Life Assurance .Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiktt
Million Dollaks. This is at the into of two htimlrtil millions of n.ir
unrror the. ye.r, aud is unprecedented in the annals of life asuuranoe.
fcaTln formation chect fully furnished to ail' who will write to or call
Upon the undersigned at his ollice.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the D. S. Jau-1-9'0
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
SATURDAY, Oct. 4th.
S. EHELICH & CO..
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
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G. II. Mumin & Co. 1
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Heuueesy 3 Star
Do Laajjo Pils A Star
Gonsalez & Co, 5 Crown
John Exsluiw Extra No.
May Blend Scotch
Bourbon, 1881, in bulk
Canadian llyo, 1SS2, in bulk
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