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DAIls BULL.UJTJ.N : liU.LNUliU.LU, id. 1., NOVEMBER 4, im.
TUESDAY, NOV. 4, 18110.
OAliU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
Tu Take KllVot Ortotiri' ri, 1800.
8:1ft 1 : 15
!):4!l '2 Mil
11:G3 4:55 0:C0f
t Sutuiiliiys unly.
Ulitnu S G Wilder, Oilllllhs ff.r San
Ilk IHiUi-r, Llirhthnily, for I'oit Town
send Htmr.liis Mukee for K-ipaa at 4 p in
.Mini' Kllaueu Hon for llaiiiukmi tit 1
Hebr I.uku for Koliala
Hehr ICa Mt for lluumkua
Simr W G Mull for llawait and Maul at
10 a in
Stmr Llkeliko for Maul at ft p in
.Slinr Jllkahala for Kaiial at 5 p in
UktneW II Diuiotiil, K P Drew, for
VESSELS LEAVINu TO-M0RB0W.
Stnir Iwulanl for Lahalim and Uaina-
Uua at 10 a in
Stnir Kaala for Kanal at 4 p in
From San FranuNco, p.r liktno Mary
Wliikehniui, Nov 1 .F G Cooke, J Stan
For San Francisco, per bktuc S G
Wilder, Nov 4 W Olazhan, Mis Ro-,
and son and Miss Poor.
For Mam and Hawaii, per stmr V G
Hull, Nov 4 J O (Jailer, .lr, U U Uiito,
W Heive, M K Keobokulole, Mrs Holt,
Zublan and wife. J 11 Pratt and wife.
Rev O P Emerson, Rev .T I) Paris and
Tbn bark Birkcr was towed out tills
tnoiulug by thu steamer .las Makcu, and
tbe barkt'iilluc S G Wilder by tbe stmr
TbebarkentinoSG Wilder took for
Han Francisco to-day :!88i bags sugar
and 01 empty containers s-hipped as fol
lows: Theo II Davles & Co, 1337 bags
sugar; V A Sebaefer fc Co, 1705 bags
HUgar; Castle & Cooke, 840 bags sugar;
Hawaiian Wiiu;Co,Gl empty contalueis.
Domestic value. Q20.88ii.57.
Tbe steamer W G Hull took a 114 tons
roller for Pabala Mill and also a suow
in wblcli the roller eould be landed. She
was delayed almost two boms after her
lfgular time of depaiturc.
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
A new brake is olTored for sale.
Five moio fine gold watches have
been drawu by lucky members of the
Mn. Robert Liblimun is authorized
to employ labor and purchase mate
rial for the Ceulinl Union Church.
Offered for sale : one wagonette,
one rockuway, one new sot of double
harness, one set single harness. Ap
ply at Bulletin office.
The Honolulu Fire Police will
hold their regular monthly meeting
at 7:30 o'clock this evening at
Mechanic Engine House No. 2.
All claims against the Honolulu
Arion aie ordered to be sent to Mr.
M. Goldberg within one week from
to-day or "they will be forever bar
red." gf- .
An interesting communication has
been received from the Bishop of
Honolulu, which is in type, but is
unavoidably held over until to
Don't forget the fact that Mr. Jas.
F. Morgan will sell all the household
furniture of the Uudoit residence on
Nuuanu street to-morrow morning at
All the women in town will read
the now advertisement of N. S. Sach'
Populur Millineiy Houso in to-duy's
-Bulletin, because it contains all the
latest fall novelties.
Tin: Pacific Hardware Co. are
moving their goods into Mclnorny
Hall, preparutoiy to having a now
building put up in place of the one
now occupied by them.
Look at that ue'w windmill in ano
ther rohiip,!), for sale by the Hawai
ian, Hardware pp. It never gets out
of (he outer, never' bieaks, and al
ways BliuU up if the wind blows too
On Wednohday, Nov. l'Jlli, Mr. J.
F. Morgan will sell the new and ex
cellent household fuinituiu of Hon,
E, M idler ut hiu lusideiu'e, l'uiiiihou
street. Puities wishing to inspect
this line lot of fiirnitiiiii (old oii ac
count of departuiu) can do so on ap
plication to the auctioneer,
Tub Y. M. 0. A. piopobo lo pin
vide a sullen of iriielicul uddri'SMts to
young iiiiui dining thu euuiiug
mnntliH. 'I he llrnt will he given by
1'iof. Biiuliiilii al 7 :!I0 IliU evening.
BiililMo,''lMynli'ii(MilUiM." jt will
m mi ybiiiig iiii iixiiliiHivuly, mill tu
u'll of thin I'liixh a liiiibt nuiliitl imita
tion h nxlitiiiU'il,
Tllli fulr fur Hii'Ihiiii'IIIo( llin Nnw
Hjiilmi1 lliiiiin will Ihi lii'M nl llm
Annul)' mi lli'M'liiniii kIiii'I mi nl
'I'liUHUluy. Tliu Mr will ln oihui
finin Sillihiiil 1 0 u'tiluul in llm iiflne
wwii mi' im
IW W)i Ullll UH111 i ui
i 111 I l' MVUJ11UM. 'I ID IUi"
iiiuj I tiUiiuiM wiiuuuii w
TUKSDAV, NOV. -I.
The House niul at 10 o'clock.
NuIiIh Wlilematin wished lo
attention lo n cuituiu item In
Appropriation Bill. One day
week, in a moment of inattention,
an item was passed for a subsidy to
something or other. The llrst lie
know of it was when lie heard a
clapping of hands while he was talk
ing to a neighbor. Next morning
an lion, member drew attention to
an alteration in the minutes, chang
ing the wording of the motion as it
passed, and the Secretary was in
structed lo correct the uiiinites. Now
there appeared in the Appropriation
Bill this item, "Subsidy to steamship
line carrying produce and mails be
tween Hawaii and California (Lower),
815,000," which never has passed
this lIou.su. o
Noble iWucfarlitno said when he
called attention to the change that
had been made in the written motion
of the lion, member from Ililo, he
'asked that the Secretary be instruc
ted to change the minuted in accord
ance with what passed the House.
The ink was still fresh on the record
where the word "lalo" had been
changed to "liema." The leportcr.s
who had probably taken the words
down directly from the Interpreter
had the motion state "Lower- Cali
fornia." Rep. Biown said he went up and
read that motion, which was for the
"encouragement of carrying freight
and mails to California (Lower.)
"Lain" (lower) was in brackets.
That amendment in the minutes was
not the one he read that afternoon.
Noble Widemann asked if the
item as it appeared was what the
Secretary was instructed to put in
the bill, and, being answered in the
negative by the Chair, said then he
simply asked Unit the Secretary be
instructed to make the bill correct.
A desultory discussion followed
between Noble Macfarlane, Rep.
Brown, Minister Peterson, Noble J.
M. Homer, and the Interpreter,
which the President stopped by say
ing the matter would be attended lo
at the proper time.
KEPOKT3 OP COMMITTEES.
Rep. Marques presented the re
port of the foreign relations commit
tee on the bill lo define the bound
aries of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
They had come to the conclusion
that in its present form the bill is
too vague and indefinite, and 1)3 em
bracing all the territory within the
limits specified it is in direct con
travention of international law,
which forbids any country taking
possession of the high seas. Signed
by A. Marques, J. T. Baker, H. G.
Crabbe, H. P. Baldwin.
Minister Peterson moved that the
report be adopted.
Rep. Nawahi complained that the
committee had not asked him any
thing about the nature and intent of
the bill. If the Kingdom did not
take possession of the seas in ques
tion, how could it keep off trespas
sers on its fisheries.
Rep. Hookano moved that the re
port be laid on the table to be con
sidered with the. bill. Carried.
Rep. Hookano presented the unan
imous report of the judiciary com
mittee on the bill providing for ad
ditional terms of the Third Judicial
Circuit, recommending that it pass.
Laid on the table to be considered
with the bill.
Minister Peterson presented the
report of the select committee (him
self and Rep. Brown) to,draft ques
tions pertaining to the labor bills
for submission to the Supreme
Court. They submitted the follow
1st. According to the provisions
of our Constitution can a contract
laborer be deported from the king
dom at the expiration of his con
2d. Can any person enter into a
legal and binding undertaking with
the Hawaiiau Government or any
other parties either before, at the
lime of, or upon entering the king
dom, that he will engage in no other
occupation than that of an agricul
tural laborer during the term of his
contract or engage in any occupa
tion or employment other than Unit
agreed upon, he may be arrested
and held ii) custody until nu oppor
tunity occui s to deport him to his
!)rd. Can any person enter into a
legal and binding undei taking with
the Hawaiian Government or any
other parties either before or at the
time of or upon entering the king
dom that during the term of his re
sidence or employment in the Ha
waiian Kingdom lie shall not be en
tilled lo exercise the lights of an
Hawaiian citizen but shall be ic
stticted to thu teunof residence
mill employment named in the con
tract or permit to enter the king
dom? (Hi. Cuii any pin son enter Into a
legal and binding undei Inking with
Hiu uwiiliiii Govuinimu.L or any
ollim jniillit that upon llm cniitlillon
of ihiiiiIhhuii In enler tliW l.iiigiluin,
III. or i-Diii'ii urn uxpnimiiii in inn
turni or (dihih nuim-il in wv tigruii
miml or puiiiiii, if found wllliln Urn
Illinium, tin or tlity mny lu li'Kiilly
HiriMnl mill huh) In inMiiily until
mi niMiurlimliy nffVi l' ilt'inrUiliii
ur Ijii'iu lo III ur lliulr iidiIvn l'uuii
Udji. tfpitlJI iliiUWwl If lwT MUM'
mmw mm mm
ed might be different from those tho
law would contain on lis passage.
Rep. Kancatii wanted to know, if
the Court refused tho questions, how
were they to be punished.
Rep. Hookano considered that tho
questions covered the doubtful mat
ters In the bill, and, In regard lo the
fears of the lion, member from Wai
luku, the Constitution says that thu
Judges shall answer questions from
the Legislature, and in case of re
fusal the House could Impeach
Rep. Bush, having Just perused
the report, regarded the questions
as adequate to thu occasion.
Rep. Paehaolc said the questions
said, "Can any person?" whereas
the bill related to Chinese laborers.
Rep. Kauhi objected to spending
timu over the matter. Let tho
House pioceed on the basis furnish
ed by the committee.
Rup. Rickard asked a question,
which was answered to hjs satisfac
tion. Rep. White asked a question,
which the Chair ruled out as it rele
The report was adopted and the.
Secretary was instructed to trans
mit the questions to the Supreme
On motion of Rep. Paehaole the
bill requiring decisions of the Su
preme Court to be translated into
Hawaiian and published in thu same
language was taken up on third
Thu bill passed.
Rep. Rosa wished to speak on the
question relating to the item for a
subsidy to a steam line to Lower
California, as there might be a sus
picion that the enrollment commit
tee had something to do with alter
ing the record. He showed that the
bill given to the committee for en
grossment had been altered twice,
and with the accompanying memor
anda they had two versions of the
motion. They took the one that ap
peared in the marked and noted bill.
The President stated that he had
ruled, the first da' the matter was
brought up, that the minutes should
be corrected in accordance with the
motion made, which it appeared was
very nearly what the papers report
ed. Rep. Brown, in the course of an
other conversational discussion, held
the opinion that the word "lalo" be
ing in brackets placed a modified
complexion on the matter.
Noble Baldwin was not present
when the motion passed, but from
his knowledge of Hawaiian had no
doubt as to the meaning of the word
Minister Brown considered the
brackets of no significance. If he
wrote "dog" in brackets it would
not make ii "cat."
President Walker As Judge
Harris used to say, "It is not what
legislators say, it is what they
Rep. Rickard voted for the mo
tion with the full understanding
that the item was for carrying pio
duce to the lower part of the State
The President finally stated that
the bill would be corrected to read
just as the motion was made.
OKUEIl OF THE DAY.
Second reading of bill to estab
lish and regulate the Wailuku Wa
ter Works. Considered with report
of select committee, recommending
the passage of the bill.
The report was adopted, the bill
to be read a third time Friday.
Second reading of bill to author
ize the Hawaiian Government to
contract for the construction and
maintenance of submarine electric
telegraph cables. Considered with
report of committee, submitting
amendments with which they recom
mend the bill's passage.
Noble Muller moved that the re
port of the committee be adopted.
There was no hope that the com
pany chartered by the last Legisla
ture would lay a cable. This hill
enabled the Minister of the Interior
to make a contract with any com
pany. He thought that under its
provisions the country would have
international cable communication
within eighteen months.
Noble J. M. Horner thought they
should be careful how they gave
these exclusive franchises. (The
Interpreter explained that the com
mittee recommended striking out
the exclusive provision.) The
speaker would then drop that point,
and say just one word more. Any
company that was going to do it
would do it whether they got 82.1,
000 from this country or not. One
of the men talked about in this con
nection commanded more money
than the Islands would bring if sold
Recess from 12 to 1 :i)0.
A DRESS PARADE.
Woiil has been received from thu
U. H, F. H Cliuiieijtoii that a dress
paiude of thu "hoys in hluu" and
Hut Huiliim of thu United Stales war
Hhipn now In nit will lm held uuxt
drawn Imui llm V, H, F. S, Churlim.
ton, tliu U. K, K. Mulili'wi und Ihu
l. N. K. Imiuiik Tint t'Vi'iil III
ltditi plui'ii ui Hlo'iilmili Tlinriluy
iiioinliih Ml I'tiliU'u hiiiri. Tim
Imiliillim nlll liiiiii'i'iiiniiuiili'illiylliu
iniimtry iuihi nr inn riiiniuimi.
uurAi in rii niimn. urn I. mill
iiolHihly, )li Mtijr.iy Um limn i;lll
I WaJl'lO' Ul !
in' u Imp mJ
THE KING VISITS THE AMPHION.
At 11 o'clock this morning His
Majesty thu King, accompanied by
His Ex. J. A. Cummins, Minister
of Foreign Affairs; Hon. A. S.
Clcghorn, Collector-General ; Mr.
Jas. W. Robertson, His Majesty's
Vice-Chamberlain ; Majors Boyd,
Baker, Lillkalani and Holt In full
dress uniform, and lions. S. Parker
and W. II. Cornwall, visited 11. B.
M. S. Amphion. The King arrived
at the boat landing, Brewer's wharf,
in his state carriage and immedi
ately entered thu Atuphion's ten
oared barge, which was waiting for
him. When the royal party got un
der woy, the Hawaiian flag was
hoisted on the mainmasts of the sev
eral vessels of war in the harbor.
Tho ships manned their yards and a
royal salute of 21 guns was fired.
When thu King was passing the
Charleston's bow, amidst the smoke
and booming of guns of the five
men-of-war, the U. S. F. S. Charles
ton, II. B. M. S. Amphion, U. S. S.
Mohican, U. S S. Iroquois and II,
I. J. M. S. Tsukuba, the Charles
ton's band struck up the Hawaiian
Boarding the Amphion tho King
and party were received with due
honors. On his return the King
was taken from the Amphion to his
boat-house, the usual saiulcs being
fired. Three cheers wcie given by
the Japanese sailors in honor of tho
King as he crossed the bow of the
A large crowd of spectators gath
ered along the city front to witness
A CRICKET MATCH.
The following names represent
the home team selected to play a
cricket match against H. M. S.
Amphion: Hatfield, Mossmau,
Hughes, Stark"y, von Tempsky, J.
N. S. Williams, A. Mi Hewett,
Auerbuch, Stevens, F. M. English,
G. II. Twecdie.
The game will commence at 11 a.,
m. to-morrow at the Mukiki base
ball ground. Players are requested
to be punctual. It is expected
there will be a large number of
spectators present, as the game is
likely lo lie above the ordinary.
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION!
'PHE regular monthly meeting of the
1 Honolulu Klie Police wiirbe held
THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, at 7::i0
o'clock, at hall of Mechanic Engine Co.
No. a. II. ARM1TAGE,
701 U Secretary.
FIVE MORE WATCHES
3T GIVEN OUT -a
Monday afternoon, November 3rd, the
following drew their watches:
Cluu 1 Member No. 50.
Club 2 Member No. 22.
Cluu 3 Member No. 18.
Club 4 Member No. 00.
Club G Member No. 44.
Ifiy Remember we
Solid 14 Karat Gold
are giving you a
Cast; with tine
full Jeweled Waltham
our clubs for
$1.00 Per Week.
H. F. WicUmanWatcIi GlnD.
, A. LUCKETT,
U. S. Consulate Gknkkal,
Honolulu, II. I., Oct. 28, 1890.
All persons having claims against the
estate of Woflngton Kendall, deceased,
and all persons indebted to the same
are hereby notified to present their bills
and make payment within 30 days, and
all persons having propuity aie alno
notified to report the same and leave It
at this Consulate.
II. W. SEVERANCE,
C9f. tw U. S. CoiibUl-Gencral.
to II you want "THE TOWER YOU DO NOT HAVE TO CLIMB AND
THE WINP-Bmj. THAT RUNS WHEN ALL OTHERS STAND STILL
THE EVER LASTING STEEL AERMOTOR clvo as a call or drop a
postal card and wo will send oopionaly illnatrated printed matter showing
every phase of wind-mill work and oonstrnotlon, Inoluding the geared
outfit on horn,, whloU does the work of four horses for the price of oao.
As an Antt-Wlud Catcher, compare this TUtlna
Tower and Its Aennotor Willi an ordinary Windmill
and you vt 111 find tuat 1 1 presents but a t lllie of tho wind
surtifo to Uie grasp of llio storm that the other dooa,
KtVr,i'n"?i. fi cold" roiled woaTHVii.
utWA lliiiiiln. Kl..nl Anns and a Mai Insula
.. & .- o....i in.. . t..mt..swB
i-"r.. -.-. .... ..--.-... ' --.. -. ... -jr. .. -....
liuu Hub, l.i en the Holla aro cold pressed
of superior uuallly. Ho are aendlug out Uie
AermuUir, guaruutotlug It to da ruorewoik than
loll, wooden wtuwl wade, and thu 1'J II. pumplug
geared aeruioiurs guaranteeing went to ou uioru
Vioik tlisu any lUII.Mw'lvit whl lunls, leaving lbs
puriliawr U u Judge, and bays .kvau hadoauion
In rtgrel luvlug lusdu UI teeiuliigl; uitravagiu,
Ms aie the only isikers of aTlUlpif Tmvorllisl
never lit u U) ci mum, iiur-iiiuiig lower u
ulin-l duwii lur wiiug, a ui ui wi timer iu
Luiusil Hies kiul UuutlM lbs III of Ilia wheel.
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TUr AENMOTOR CO.. iu4iuiiruaiu)'KNliiuii
. vvm ii-ru.r-i-i, -
$0 I'UII h.MH II V Tllli
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
1ti w l''u kliUKl. uiiu Miim yW Ihuilu Iluw4i)il) IJ. Ii
Positively the Last
PEA RL CITY,
Saturday, Nov. 8th.
Mr. W.8. MALTBY,
The Undisputed Champion Seicntlllu
Artistic Cvollst of the World.
Rails for California on the Alameda
Nov. 15, 1800, so that this will positively
bi IiIr Inst appearance before the Hono
New features and trleks In fnnev tid
ing will bu introduced Inelinllng Im
personations of Oscar Wilde.
Excursion Train leaves Honolulu at
2:30 P. M.
Tickets for the round trip Including ad
mission to the gi minds:
t6T Remember that tins is positively
the last puiformauccl 700 Ut
These Filters aio easily cleansed,
and NEVER become CRACKED or
CRAZED by change of temperature of
The Filter Medium is a NATURAL
STONE, mined from the caitii. It is
unlike unj' other stone.
IMPURITIES never PENETRATE
it, but lie on tbe surface, and internally
the stone remains as pine and white
after years of use as when taken fiotn
The Gate City Stone Filter Is a per
fect success. It is the only- real filter 1
have ever seen. I would not be without
one for any consideration. It converts
our lake water Into the best drinking
water In the world.
IlENltY M- liYMAN. M. I) ,
5'i'i West Adams St., Chicago,
5- For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opposite SpreckelR & Oo.'s Rank,
C88 lm Fort street, Honolulu.
ForlrrJeattoD, 8 Coinpared with 19,
Tbe Sf t. Aennotor you eent mo laat jeu- bu given
Kooa stif action wul bu done more una you claimed
II would da laaachuls6-lii.mtpumptoltiuidcaQ
tell you It surprised everr one to tee so small a rod ruu
so large a pump nlta ao loos a atroko (8-ln.), and da
It to eu j. Several eeuUemeo from Stockton came to
look at mr mill. Thej bad seen one there pumplnir
from a tub and they did not think It was strone
eoouch to pump from a deep well, but when ther
saw mlM) In a (XML well they were convinced of Its
power and very mueb pleaaed with it. My Aennotor
would aupplyl.ouo bead of catUe with water, but I
do net tue it fontock, but for Irritation. One day I
noUcedaim wheel. 4-lnch stroke, atand.
inn sUll for 3 hours when my 8-tt. wheel wiUj 6-ln.
linpump. 8-lnch stroke, was pumping nicely.
UlHSVlLLX,Cal.,reu,ai,'!f9. LOUIS 1UQU
8 Oreater than 14.
TheB-ft. Aermotor Is taking water out of a tlS-R.
well, uilnaiHo. cylinder and Hi-ln. pipe- It works
like a charm. Tbe la-f t. Aermotors are taking water,
one from aiOO ft the other from a MS- ft. well and work
finely i will run In a Ugbt breete and pump water
when ai ft. stands Idle. A. O. MASiKY,
OUi MioutL, Cal.
Samp Worli,8o.mo1'VVolls, B Kquals IS.
I am entirely satisfied with the 8. ft. aennotor, ss
It is doing the same work the la-ft. Is doing and
both with same advantages aud same dsptbof wtlls.
ONtONTl, CaL, Nov, 6, Jtttl, U. II. UAMMO.NU.
I Dumn water for about 1U) bead of catUe wlta tny
.. - B-IL '
(ML wheel. It runs luililerlhau any will 1 aver saw,
Dllu.Cal,,yU,B, IW) B. U, UHU.
Less Wlml, Miiru Watar,
Willi the Arrniotor Uiere Is atuolutelr noierklng of
lbs pump. It runs wllli luucli lei) wind tkau PHI.
wheels o other tutkiw, aud lieuco will puiuu tuyre
" . . .o. J i UiulM,
ygW,L,leb, H, UUl
Buiiis llmueuiiil UurilsU.
111 Awmol.T supplM sslur fur llwt lioutd and
tiileu MiruiiU'Jull iliilil, iitus Ullr In lis bi
r, ui,mill H.IMII.im Vl . IM'.A
,UI itH M, ...1.1 f ..ir wH,..
tiuumlili llsilijifVfl J M,
date City Stone Filter.
NOW IS THE TIME !
Society of the
Are now selling their Honds, and upon easy terms. The additional feai
lure of Insuraucc goes with every Hond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER 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, its payments prompt and certain, and lt
From the New York Htm, April ith, 1890.)
Tho Largest BiisIuuhh Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
The new business of the Equitablu Lifu Assurance Society of Now
York for tho first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fivtt
Million Dollahs. This is at thu rate of two hundred tnilliona ofusmr
ancefor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JtSrlnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
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Consuming One-third Less Fuel, either wood or coal, than
any other Stove in existance.
8JB No Brick Work About It 1 gjST Just a Clean Cut Stove t
Whose BakingQualitiesare Unsurpassed
nViaugtilar Orates !
fljtfr FOR SALE BY THE v
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
oct 31-90 Fort street, oppo. Spreckols Bank, Honolulu, II. I.
.1. N. S. WILLIAMS,
R. MORE, : :
Office & Works,
SiiK.u' Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Blcam Engines,
Kteam linilorH, Juico Tanks, Coolers, MolusbCH Tankn, Sugar Oars,"
Cane Oiiih, Elevatois, Oonvoyorri, Furnace KitiingH,
Wrought it OiihI 1 1 on Work for Hotifo lluihlera,
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