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The abovo reward will bo paid for
informutioii which will lend to the
arrest and conviction of Ihc pnityor
l)nif"B who shot and killed Chong
t Sing, nt Wiiimcn, Kauai, on Dec.
12, 1800. C. L. lioricixs,
Honolulu, Dec. 10, 1890. 737 lm
In accordance with Sec. 1, of Chap
ti XXVII of the Lnws of 1880.
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying wuter rates, are
hereby notified th.it the water rates
for the tenn ending June 30, 1891,
will be duo and payable at tho oillee
of tho Honolulu Water Works on tho
firbt day of January, 1891.
All huch rules remaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they are due,
will bo subject to an additional 10
Parties paying lates will please
present their last teccipt.
Katob aie payable at the office of
the Honolulu Watei Works, in the
CI1AS. 11. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
Honolulu, Dee. '20, 1S90. 7-11 If
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holdeis of Water Privileges or
those paying Wuter Hates, aie hereby
notified that tho hours for using
water for irrigating purposes arufiom
6 to 8 o'clock a. m., and -1 to ti o'clock
OHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. llono. Water Works.
G. N. Sr-KNCER,
Minister of tho Intorior.
Pledged to neither Sect not Party,
But estabtisned for tie benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31, 1890.
The Bulietin wishes its many
readers and patrons a Happy New
Year. According to custom there
will be no paper issued from this
On the 24th instant the Advertiser
declared "it is a great pity," etc.,
that such cock-and bull stories about
annexation, piotectorates, etc.,
should be pubtished, as it is now
guilty of publishing. In fact on the
21th of December the Advertiser
quietly condemned its course of a
few days previous. This morning
the acknowledged organ of what is
left of the Reform party ventures in
to deliberate lying to injure the
country abiond. In the usual man
ner of its clan and tribe it declares
that all which follows is political
lies, and with its usual inconsistency
immediately proceeds to add to and
endorse such lies.
The Advertiser begiu3 its political
fukc by printing a lot of despatches
of the 8th' and 10th of December,
already officially contradicted in both
SanTranchco and New York, as to
the object and ultimate results of the
King's visit to the Pacific Coast, and
then adds its own little political lie
as the last and biggest of tho year
The Advertiser says, "Wo are
credibly informed that Mr. Carter
was told by Mr. Blaine that the
President told him to cay, that anj'
thing which would satisfy Hawaii,
and that Mr. Caiter thought could
pass Congiess, would be recommend
ed." This is as straight and deliber
ate a lie as ever the editor of the
Advertiser penned, which is saying
a great deal. Having already de
nied these rumors, having already
published the official denial thereof,
furnished by the Minister of Foreign
Affairs, btill the Advertiser now
claims to be "credibly informed" of
a fact, which neither Mr. Caiter nor
Mr. HIaiiie could possibly bo "cred
ibly informed" of, and with Its
usual inconsistent effrontery quote
those two honorable gentlemen us
Wo shall have more to say of this
attempted hiire-fuowl fraud, und siu-
eerily lecoiuiDumJ lliut the Advur
tlsur turn over a now leaf on till, the
last day of the year, and liuronfior
flhtolii rem Omg ulthoui object, to
Ilis Injiiry ot tint (intlie Kingdom.
The Record of Hawaii
and the World
Father Time is on tho last turn of
the crank which changes tho year
1890 from the living Present to the
dead Past. A glance at the record
of the dying year may not he unin
teresting or altogether devoid ot pro
fit. at ii our..
The year has in many respects not
been an uneventful one in the Ha
waiian Islands. The political uvolu
tiou it witnessed has been interesting
and in some degree promising. There
has been substantial material pro
gress, with buoyant prospects mani
fested for the future. Social circles
liavo been lively, the chain of
pleasant events having been close
linked. Deep sorrow has also fallen
on many households, not only m the
onlinary course of uatuie, but by
uufoieseen calamity. Without fur
ther liitioduction, howuvei, let the
Calls for party organization meet
ings were prominent in the papeis
at the opening of the year. The
Mechanics' Union, after having fallen
'in somewhat with the programme of
the native opposition to the Reform
Government, adopted a new plat
form of piogrcssive principles on the
third of Januaiy, which the native
party adopted and so the National Re
form Party wasoiganizcd. The oppo
sition had no thorough organization
on any of the other islands, being on
Hawaii, the largest, so far as the
election of Nobles was concerned,
simply a local bolt from the Reform
Parly. Nevertheless, the election
on February ft resulted in the Re
foimers having failed to elect a ma
jonty of the "Legislature from among
their acknowledged candidates.
Fiom the ranks of the Independents
arid those not specially pledged
to the National Reform platform,
the Refoim Cabinet hoped to fill out
a woikiDg majority and in that hope
the MinisUy met the Legislature on
May 21. Tho situation was compli
cated from the fact that the Attorney-General,
Mr. C. W. Ashfoid,
was not in accord with his three col
leagues or their snppoilers. They,
backed by the opinion of the Su
preme Court, held that he had no
constitutional right to hold out
against their advice to the King to
sign documents of treaty revision
with the United States, which he was
doing on the ground that the pro
posed revision involved a sacrifice of
national independence. Noble Widc
maiin on June 13 moved a lesolutiou
of want ot confidence in the Ministry
on account of irreconcilable internal
dissension. Representative Cecil
Brown moved mi amendment declar
ing want of confidence in tho Attorney-General
alone. At 11 o'clock
the same night the amendment was
lost on a tic vote, every elective
member of the House voting. Mr.
Thuiston, Minister of the Interior,
immediately announced the resigna
tion of himself, Mr. S. M. Damon,
Minister of Finance, and Mr. Jona.
Austin, Minister ot Foreign Affairs.
Mr. Ashford announced that his re
signation would accompany those of
The King sent for Mr. J. O. Car
ter to form a new Cabinet, a function
which that gentleman tiled to per
form unavailh.gly. His Majesty
then called on Hon. John A. Cum
mins, and on the lSlh that gentle
man was announced as Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Mr. C. N. Spencer
us Minister of the Inteiior, Mr. God
frey Brown as Minister of Finance,
and Mr. A. P. Peterson as Attorney
General. It was nol recognized then
asa paity Cabinet on anyside, but the
lact was recognized that no strict
party Cabinet could have a woiking
majoiily in the House. The election
eff Mr. O. O. Bergor, National Re
form candidate, July 9, by a majo
rity of 430 over Mr. A, Young, Re
form candidate, as Noble to fill the
vacancy caused by tho elnvution of
Mr. Cummins to the Ministty, how
ever, showed that tho people were
satlslled with the change. Tho re
maindcr of the wesson pasbctl with
ooinpuiativo Hiiioutliuess, Nativu, Theio have been no commercial
from all the inlands joined those of ' failures of consequence. A new im
Ijke iiiiud In Honolulu in mi agitation porting house, that of Messrs. II. Yv
for u constitutional convention. His ' Kohiiiidt & Sons, has started auspi
JWnJosty rceoiiiineiKied the Legible I olousl). Tliu Hrin of AJossrs, W. O.
lure hv special message in accede to
the duinand, hut the matter una coin
promised by a nerios of amendments,
preputial by aulcol (Uiiuiniucn, being
given Uioir Hist pusajigo almost mm
I nlmuunly under the turm of tho Con
i stitiition, A llltlo
bnuKU was albo
occasioned by Mr. .1. V. Ktilua, Uo
pro9iMitatlvc for Wnlluku, becoming
thr champion in tho Houso of Dr.
LuU, specialist in leprosy, and Sis
ter Hosu Goitrudc, nunc to lepers,
against tho Hoard of Health for Hh
dealings with thorn at the Kalihi
branch hospital. Dr. Kimball, Pic
sident of tho Board, was put out
of office by a resolution ot the House,
but as the House then suddenly
balked against further leading in the
direction of interference, Dr. Ltttz
and Sister Rose Gcrtrudo rosigued
their positions, and Mr. Kalua felt
called to resign his seat in the Legis
lature, but did not venture to aslc his
constituents for endorsation of his
action. A select committee and the
ju Mciary committee in turn tried to
probe certain flagrant opium smug
gling frauds, lying between the Cus
tom House and tho Police Station
olllcials, but the investigation of both
left the public as much in the dark
as ever so far as regarded bringing
home guilt to anybody.
The elaborate report of the finance
committee, specifying irregularities
and illegalities in the administration
of the late Government, particularly
in the Department of the Interior,
was vigorously combated by Reform
members but was adopted by the
I Legislature. Several very useful
I new laws and many amendments to
1 old ones were passed by the House.
In amazing forgetfulness of the elec
tion pledges of both parlies, the Ap
propriation Bill was run up to nearly
five million dollars against a revenue
of scarcely more than half that
amount. This action involves simply
a relinquishment of parliamentary
contiol of the national purse strings,
as with such a disparity between re
venue and appropriations the "dis
cietion" of Ministers is without
practical limit. Repicscntative Bush
on October 23 moved a resolution of
want of confidence in the Cabinet,
which was voted down the same daj-,
20 to 18, and the Ministry's colors
were flying triumphantly when the
Legislature was proiogued Novem
His Majesty's birthday was ob
sei ved with religious services on the
day, Sunday, November 10. The
popular celebration took place on the
Saturday pievious, being most pleas
ant in every way and including a
fine regatta. The King was not then
in good health and his first published
pin pose was to retire for a season of
recuperation to the island of Hawaii.
This was almost immediately altered
to a visit to the United States, and
accordingly His Majesty departed
November 25 as the guest of Rear
Admit al Brown on the United Stales
ciuiser Chaileston for San Francisco.
On the passage and since his arrival
in San Francisco, where he has been
most hospitably received, the King
has steadily improved in health. His
early return is expected. Princess
Liliuokalani, Ilis Majesty's sister
and the Heir Apparent, is Regent
dining the King's absence.
TRADE AND COMMENCE.
The exports of sugar, our princi
pal piodtiet, for the first nine months
amounted to 227,530,131 pounds, an
increase over the corresponding
period of last year of 129,340 pounds.
Rice, next in impoi lance, was ex
ported for the nine months to the
amount of 8,201,300 pounds, un in
cicas'i of 810,704 pounds. There is
likely to he a veiy large inciease in
sugar for the whole year in tho re
turns, owiug to the fact that the pre
sent season's crop has been rushed
forwaid, at the demand of refiners in
anticipation of the operation of the
new Tariff Act in tho United States.
The year has. Been the starting of
three large sugar plantations Ewa
and Kaliuku on this island of Oahu
and Makaweli on the island of Kauai
lepresenting an aggregate capital
of 83,500,000. Tho Union Iron
works, itself started in Honolulu
this year,has the contract for furnish
ing the plant for the Ewa Sugar
Plantation's mill, the price being
S203.000 and the work to be wholly
done at the Union Iron Works. The
contract for the Makawcli mill's
plant has been let to Mirrlees, Wat
son & Co., Glasgow, Scotland, for
5250,000 in round numbers. The
mill plant for Kaliuku plantation
will be constructed by the Honolulu
lion Woiks, A scheme is pending
for thu consolidation of Spreckels
ville plantation, tho largest sugar
estate in the world, with the neigh
boring Puia and Haiku plantations
on the Maud of Maui
Irniii &C'o. has been incorporated as
a limited liability compuny. Large
extensions have been made to their
hiiliii'h piiiiiiibPg hy thu old import
ing und shipping hoiibiis of Messrs.
Tlu. II. Uavlii. ic Co., Miisirs, II.
j llnukfeld A Co., and Aluisrs, Allen
'H'J.'WWJii I.I'IHI M HI I m.Wi"HHl
& Robinson. Mnny linndtfomo nittiU
lions have been mado to tho inorenh
tile architecture of Honolulu nnd
more are under way nnd projected.
The news rccolvod October 16 that
President Harrison had signed tho
Tariff Act, which takes tho duties
off raw sugar in the United States,
caused a feeling of depression. Under
the Reciprocity Treaty with that
country, Hawaiian sugar has nil tha
benefit of whatever protection 'Amer
ican sugar may have in the domestic
market. Free sugar there means to
this country the destruction of that
benefit. There is a diversity of
opinion, however, ns to the degree in
which our sugar will bo unfavorably
affected l3' the change. Leaving the
question of American tariff law or
Reciprocity Treaty amendment in
our behalf out of consideration, the
Hawaiian sugar producer has tho ad
vantage of having in operation tho
mo9t advanced processes of extrac
tion known to the world, so that
sugar-making can be conducted much
more economically, other things
being equal, than when the Recipro
city Treaty first went in force. There
is at present, on tho other hand, a
scarcity of cheap field labor which is
aggravated by the new planting en
terprises already mentioned. Both
the Government and the organized
body of planters are, however, mak
ing strenuous efforts to have this
labor deai th relieved. Hon. Paul
Neumann has been sent to Japan,
IIou. Jos. Marsdeitto India, nnd Mi.
J. E. Brown to China, in quest of
A striking evidence of public con
fidence in the country's future has
been afforded in real estate trausac
tions. Both Government and private
lauds sold at auction have realized
unprecedentedly high prices. The
year has witnessed the organization
of the Pioneer Building & Loan As
sociation, which has already been
compelled to issue a second series of
slock. A company Is in process of
organization for the cultivation of
coffee and tea, and the local inven
tion of a coffee cleaning machine is
hoped to greatly enhance the pro
duction of Hawaiian coffee, that now
stauds second to none in quality. A
company has got to work developing
the guano deposits of Laysou island
near this group. .
Monthly mail communication be
tween San Francisco aud Australia
still touches here, and we have tho
welcome assurance that New Zealand
has renewed th'p contract with the
Oceanic Steamship Company for one
j ear. This company maintains be
sides its direct monthly steamer to
and from San Francisco. The Legis
lature has voted a liberal subsidy to
the piojected steam line between San
Fianciseo, Honolulu and Tahiti. A
line from San Diego to Hilo and this
port started this year, but the enter
prise is for the present suspended.
Vessels in foreign trade entering
Honolulu during the year have num
bered 385. their flags divided as fol
lows: American 298, Hawaiian 44,
British 24, German 8, Japanese 5,
French 2, th rs 4. The Wilder
Steamship Company have imported
f lom Scothu (1 i In line passenger and
trading iron bteauiei Claudine.
During the year the followit-ii
national vessels were in the pot:
French flagship Champlain, leaving
January 1 1 H. B. M. S.'s Champion
and Espiegle, U. S. S.'s Nipsic, M
hican (now here), Charleston (Ad
miral Biown), and Adams; H. IL
M. S. Acorn j French flagship Du
bourdieu (Admiral Presmesnil), H.
B. M. S.'s Nymphe (still here) and
Amphion ; U. S. S. Iroqu lis, and
The Oahu. Railwayand L-ind Com
pany are now operating their lino
eighteen miles to Ewa Plantation.
They project further cxtoimimi,
PHILANTHUOPr AND RELIGION.
Much activity has been maintained
in good works. Early in the ye ir
hand of ladies organized a hospital
flower mission. The ladies have been
very active in promoting tho new
Sailors' Home project. They held a
successful fair and have been un
wearied in soliciting aid for the pro
ject. Sufficient money has been
raised to justify tho trustees of tho
Sailors' Home Society in advertising
rewaidu for designs of the building.
A lying-in hospital for Hawaiian
women has been established under
the name of the Kapiolani Maternity
Home, and a kindled benefaction
has been the starting of an Industrial
Home for Hawaiian Girls, Central
Union Church (Congregational) has
the foundations laid of what is going
to bo u stately church edifice. Several
mission churches for Chinese, Portu
guese, etc, liuvo been built. The Y.
M. C. A. has had a prosperous year,
The Salvation Army has just sent a
contingent here, which has begun
operations in "darkest Honolulu,"
All Christian denominations have
li ii !! I ii iiwiin.il imp '"''-
(Continued on the Gth paye,)
0. W. k L CO
JANUARY 1, 1891.
New Year's Day
Will run as follows for that day, so as
to accommodate the enthe
Loavo Honolulu. Arrive llonoullull.
C:lCa. in. 7:19 a.m.
8:45 a. in. 0:40 a.m.
10:00 a.m. 11:04 a.m.
12:30 p.m. 'IsIUp. m.
1:45 p.m. 2:40 p.m.
3:00 p.m. 4:04 p.m.
Loavo llonoullull. Arrive Honolulu.
7:110 a.m. 8:40 a.m.
10:00 a.m. 11:10 a. in.
1 1:21 a. in. 12:25 p.m.
1:51p.m. 2:55 p.m.
.1:00 p.m. 4:10 p. in.
4:21 p.m. Cr22 p. id.
POPULAR EXCURSION RATES:
To Pearl City aud Return,
To llonoullull anil Return,
Drs. bhodib & Furry,
tanla street, Honolulu, 11. I
HW. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Importers & Commission Mer
chants. Fort street, Honolulu.
MR. ANTON VOQAL Is no longer In
my employ. L. B. KEKR.
Honolulu, Dee. 81, 1800. 740 lm
DECEMBER 30th, between Rifle
Range and Waikiki, a Hand
Saehel coutalntiis pure with money,
visiting e.uils and letter addressed to
o ncr. Finder will please leave at Bul
letin Olllcc. 718 St
rI"Q tho members of Oahu Lodge No.
X 1, K of P. Tho meeting for the
election of ofllcors is postponed from
Wednesday to SATURDAY, January
a, jb'ji, hi. i ociocK i: m.
Per order of the O. O.
"arvlnifo llorses For Stile I
LHAVE for sale nt
Kn.'iloa Ranch, 8
Young Holies and
Wares, of the beht
biqeds. lecciuH bro
ken to harness. Apply soon by mail or
CHARLKS II. JUDD.
At Kualoa, Koohiupcko, Oahu
ir n i er 8, ISilO 7!!fl1m
1 AAA BALES Compressed Wheat
1UUU Hay for sale oa wharf, ex
W. W. Case."
Tenn cish App'y to
L'HKO.II. D VIES A CO.
Attention, Knights !
V SPECIAL convention of Mystic
Lodge No. 2 K. f p., will bo
hold THIS (Tu.Hlay) EVENING, Deo
Illl. 189 nt :'M) o'clock, for the purpose
of elu'thig olllccisfor the ensiling term,
and llnf tiaii-'ii'lion of such other biisi
t ii- t ."is may cum before the conven
tion No convention will beheld Wed-c-
Pi'i'order ol Ihe Lodge.
718 11 K. of It. &S.
Heeordlntr current events of Ohiiroh
Hlstoiy throughout the world. Events
in Hawaii n History, Educational aud
Lltftiiiy Notes, MlECi'llaueous Notes of
Science and Art and Useful Information.
Published on tho first Sntmday in
every month by thu Rev, Alex. Mackin
tosh. BS? Sold by tho Hawaiian News Oo
Honolulu, 11. 1. 701 lt-171 It
II V. AYICHH.VN
If you are thinking of joining a Club,
do not delay, hut join now aud secure
Monday afternoon, December 20th, the
followiug drew their Watches:
Club 1 Member No. 22.
Cluu 2 Member No. 01.
Cluu 3 Member No. 48.
Club 4 Member No, 60,
Cluu 5 Member No. 18.
Cluu 0 Member No. 40.
We Havo a Few More Places Open !
OSr Parties living outside of llono
lulu desiring to join one of tho Clubs
can niiiko their payments by mall,
war These wiitehes am oiucd in Solid
14 Karat Oold, wllh Hue full Jeweled
Wulthum Movements, and are win
runted to ho uceiirato time pieces.
!.!. WIOII31AN, Plop. .
J. A, LUUKE'JT, Manager
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL,
Ofllcb & Works, :
Doors, Sash, . Blinds, Screens,
ftfflouidings, Turned & Sawed Work.
Having secured the services of Mr. C. B. RIPLEY, Architect and
Building Superintendent, I am now prepared to furnish designs for every
description ol huilding and will cuuti.ici or superintend the construction ot
gj"" Please call and o. inline designs hefuic placing your orders else
where. Piompt attention to .ill uj tiers. dec 27-90
AUCTION SALE 0
Valuable Boildini LOTS
On SATURDAY, Jan. lOtli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
16 Fills BO'lIM LOTS,
Situated at Kalihi, adjoining the Ksi
mehamcha Schools and Fiontiugon
The Lots are on rising ground on
tho mauka side of tho ctreot, and a.re
all covered with grass and tiees, and
command a magnificent view of
Honolulu and the huiiouuding coun
try. Watur is at prisent laid on
from the Karaehameha School pre
mises. The healthful situation and near
ness to tho King-btreet Can-, com
bine to make these the , most desir
able Lots offered for sale,
$8T TEUMj One-half
one-half at 7 per cent.
A map of tho property can bo seen
at my S.desioum, whero all further
information cm be obtained.
JAS. F. M011GA3.,'
'OK SALE !
HE bnbscilber I n
about to hjavo tho
Kingdom temporarily, of
fcifc for sale his well-estab-
lifclied Uahy, situated at Kaaipu, in
Munua Valley, four miles fiom Hono
lulu Post Olllee, and now doing a busi
ness of six hundred dillais per month.
The Dairy outilt includes Land in fee
simple, whereon the buildings stand,
with valuable leas-c- of the ivmalniug
lands, about 100 Cows and Heifer of
well-selected stock, ii Durlmni Hulls,
Dwelling House and Outbuilding, in
cluding barn room for .fig cows and
stalls mr 7 horses; Iloises, Wagons,
(Inns and all the appointments of a
llrst-clais Dairy, fclmnld ib miIim'i liter
be unable to make a sailsfactoiy s do of
the Dairy as a whole, he will m-11 the
I'oivn, Horses and othei chattels sep
arate y. An Inspection Is Invited. Ap
ply od the pjemiscs to
Or, C. W. Ashford, attoruey-at-law,
Honolulu. 743 2w
'I HE large estate known as
I R.ihukii Kanch, Kau.
Hawaii, with all its belong
ings. The Kanch contains
184,000 acres. There Is on the llanch
a large and valuable foiest of Koa and
Oliia. For fin ther particulars, apply to
740 tf Kau, Hawaii.
THE annual meeting of ihc stock
holder of the M'liual Ti'Iephouu
Co, will be held on MONDAY. Jan. 12,
1M)1, nt 10 o'clock A. M , at the Com
pany's building. Eveiy M' ekholder is
requested to attend, as a jnpnltlnii to
consolidate with the Hell l'i Ji'ili'nc Co
will be laid before them for eoiUleia
tion. O. O, UEKGEK.
710 td fjecictary.
BUOVVN LEGUOKNS I
BROWN Leghorn Cocke
rels forsa.c, guaranteed
thoroughbred. Address "Ha
waiian Ostilch Karm," Iva
plolaul Park j Mutual Tele
9 SHAKES of the Pioneer nulldlng
jJ & Loan Association Stock, on
terms to be arianged, Paid upvalue
to date 6102.50, exclusive of acciued
dividends and Iniurett.
.1. II. HEIST.
Jloiiohilu, Dec. 2fi, 1F00. 745 Ct
ANY person or persons found shoot
lug on the lauds of Kukuhtiieo
and Koiilu, will Jiu piosecuUU to the
full extent of tho liiw
737 lm MiwO. P WA1U).
, Am J. K
HTd I 4
Admits Lane, I Large
u I MHUI Apply ut
in jiooiii, liunmied.
premise, 7tfB U
Alakcn, near Qntion SI.
IEIIR $l CO.,
No. 82 FORT ST.,
Arc now Knowing a Large New
Stock 61 Goods suitable for the
Holidays, comprising Diamond
Jewelry of all kinds; Brooches,
Eanlngs, Bracelets, Bangles,
Lnco nnd Scarf Pins, Rhiga,
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches and Watch
Chains, Natlvo Jewelry, Clooks,
Silverware, Gold Headed Canes,.
Etc., Etc, Kto.
tS7 Prices within tho reach
of all. Give us a call. 728 lm
Is called to the largo stock of
Now on hand and to arrive on the.
They comprise everything to be had In
many various lines.
Or ALL KINDS,
Ml UwiM fare,
Mounted In Gold & Silver,
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Krc.
tT Storo will be open cvoi lugs for
two weeks pievious to Christmas.
H. F. WICHMAN.
laiiBfactorers' Slue Co'f.
LL accounts oveiduo and of six
months' staiidiiiir. if not settled
at once, will be placed in the hands of a
collector for collection.
We will consider It a special favor In
our friend to setllu promptly on the
1st of .January, 1801.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
Honolulu, Dee. 2U, 1800. 745 fit
LOST or STOLEN
ONE Ilrown Sorrel
small "in" on neck,
Fludir Mill he suitably
lewaided by riium
log same to