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jsouwletl ton fully lit Honolulu mciin noon,
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TUESDAY, JAN. 2C, 1892.
'.S S Austrn'ia, Jlloiiillette, from Sn.n
Sehr Moiwuhiuc from Jiohala
sStiur XV G Hull from Muni ami Hawaii
.Ian '2(1 -Htmr
Uluudine for Maui at 5 p m
Btnir Ktkuicu Hon for Kukuiuu ami Oo-
kula ut i p in
Stun-Lehutt for Nun and Hnkaliiu
Stmr Walaloalu for Nuwiliwili, etc, at u
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sttnr lwalani foi Hnmnkui
SchrMol Wuhiuo for P.iauilo
Selir I.ivluiii for Huimpepo
From San Francisco per S S Austra
lia, J. mi 2C-i I li A udcrsou and wife, F
Beardmoro, l'rof II Berber, W W Biun
;r, )r XV G Iltidiugtnn, It Bradley and
wife, Harry K Brown Mrs J W Center,
Miss Center, II G Dyer and wife, W E
Foster, Mis T It Foster, Miss M Foster,
Miss Mamie Gon'd, XV .1 Glff.trd, Col G
1.1 Godfrey, O H Gcteliell, It O Hannah,
Hon It It Hind and wife, A Knlil, Mrs a
V Keci-li and infant, Ed L Lewis. V II
Lee, wife and child, Carl Liu., .f V Ma
son, Z 1C Myers, .r J Mnndwyler, .Mrs II
Morrison. .ias Otis, F M Otis, Kwald
Otto, K A Palmer, A G Prltehard, P
Peck, II G Itand and wife, M A ltotli
chlld and wife, MIi-s Smith, Miss Mav
Ward, It It Whiting, J T Wateruouse,
Jr, E Jl Walsh, Cant E D lteld, L
The hark Mary S Ames cleared from
New York for Honolulu Jan 14th.
TJio American .schooner Transit was
on tlifi projected depai lures for Honolulu
when the iiistralia left San Francisco.
The American schooner Puiitau is
loading at San Francisco for Illlo.
Water pipes are hclug laid ni-ar the
water front in the vicinity of the new
The bark Ceylon is docked at the P M
S S wharf. She will leave soon for San
The barks Omen and Estella have both
JluUhed discharging coal. The latter
vessel Is In king in ballast.
The balk Paul Isenberg has been
moved to W S S Co's wharf, where she
Is taking In sugar,
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.
15. A. Strout, ex-fireman on the
steamer Mikaliala, wus arraigned be
fore Police Justice Foster this morn
ing. The prisoner was under arrest
for murder, but that charge was re
mitted and substituted by uiau-tilu-ughter
in the second degree. V.
V. Asliford, counsel for defendant,
waived examination and the prisoner
wag committed to the Supremo Court
ft r trial. Owing to the charge of
murder being remitted, the defend
ant is now admitted to bail. Strout
looked downhearted in court.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
New ooIm .liiMt to Ilunil,
Carholineuni Avenarius, ' '
Slack & Hrownlow'B Water Filters,
Scales Topsail Chains,
Open Link Chains,
Goblets, Wines, Decanters,
Jugs, etc., etc.
I'aintB, Oils, Vainibhes,
Houso Furnishing Goods,
Miniature "Vislas" for mailing,
ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUBJECT TO
As a preventive and cure for
croup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has no rival, It is, in fact, tlio only
remedy that can always bo depended
upon and that is pleasant and safe to
tukji.' There is not the least danger
i.i giving it to childieu, us it contains
uorlujuiious subbtauce. For sale ut
fit) Aenls per bottle by nil dealers.
Jiei'son, Smith & Co., agents.
L0CAL Ali0 mmi NEm
Two M. !). arrivml liv UHlnr'e
1'nor. Ilium Mm-rui, Imiiiliiinslor, Ir
with tiH ngiiin.
Diamond HimiI,!) n'rlui'l. WVutlmr,
hii.y, wind llftlil iinriliciifl.
Suoau wiik M) cunts when Ihu S. S.
Atisliitlia loft San KiiinciKco,
Tliu H. S. Au.'lriilin brought a good
ly number tif imssuuguis tu-iluy.
Hai.v itilmfmt'il with the baud cnti
ceit at Kmtn.i Siuai(! liwl uiglil.
Don't forget Mr. Levey's sale of
.lapaiit'Ho plants mid llowers at 10
Tun Zither Club will have a prac
tice meeting at Aiion Hull this even
ing at 7:1(0 o'clock.
Mn. W. MTailiiud.of tho llrm of
V. O. Irwin & Co., returned from un
extensive trip abroad, by the Austra
lia. Captain E. D. Heid, master of tliu
brig Geo. II. Douglas, returned on the
Australia to-day from a Hying trip to
Tin: Alnbit, now on her way to this
port from the Sound, is a new four-
masted schooner of 7(i:i tons, built by
Hall Bros., at Port Blakely.
Nominations for candidates to the
next Legislature will close at tlio olllcu
of the Minister of the Interior Weil
ncisduy afternoon at 4 o'clock.
TiimiE will bo nn ovangelistio ser
vico at Uethel Hull this evening ut
7:15. Members of the lCumchtimchu
Glee Club will lead the singing.
At 12 o'clock noon to-morrow a
sale of Government land at Lubaina,
Maui, known as "Mount Retreat" will
take place, at the front entrance of
Tiik band will not play at the Ha
waiian Hotel this oveuing, out of re
spect to tho lale Duke of Claience and
Avondale. The concert will take place
Government, diplomatic and con
sular Hags were Hying at half-mast to
day out of respect to the memory of
tho Duke of Clarence and Avondale,
tho 1'rincc of Wales' eldest son.
The cute of Ivaniku vs. J. M.
Monsarrat, ejectment, before Judge
Bickerton, occupied tho whole of to
day's session of the Supreme Court
in the room below. It is not finished.
W. PoitTEK 1oyi), consular clerk to
the United States Consulate-General
in Paris, has been ordered to report for
duly at the Consulate-General, Hono
lulu, to take the place made vacant
by the resignation of Mr. A. W. Hiuh
aidbon, Vice Coiisiil-Goucr.il.
An interesting program is being ar
ranged for the organ concert at Kau
makapili Church Thursday oveuing.
Tho admission will be twenty-live
cents, and tickets are on sale at T. G.
Thrum's bookstore, Fort street. Her
Majohty the Queen bus signified her
intention of being present.
I'll meet yon at tie Brunswick.
A .man is wanted to keep a 6Ct of
Fjiesh frozen oystors ut tho Beaver
C. J. McCarthy 1ms lots on Liliha
htreet for snlu. Il-tf
Button Holes made to order at No.
I Garden Lane. 307 tf
Tin; Brunswick are the only Billiard
Parlors in town. (5 tf
A mcYci.E and tricycle are for sale
cheap at tlio I X L. M27-3t
Tin: Australia will sail for San
Francisco next Tuesday ut noon.
Annual meeting of the C. Brewer
& Co. will be held at the office Feb. 3.
Aitek bbuving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Uoiii-on, Smith & Co., Agents.
SuNiiuitN relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
LiQUoitfi elsewhere listed will be
auctioned by Jas. F. Morgan to-morrow
The Marshal will sell tho plumber
and tiiibiuith's plant of II. Aki under
execution Feb. 2-1.
Dki.ioious coll'eo and chocolate will
bo served every morning early ut the
Palace Ico Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Cion, Holel street. 221 tf
Get your boots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Tommies, on Kiwi
Hotel street. Fjist-class work, low
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
The following names appear on tho
Hawaiian Hotel register to-duy: II G
Band and wife, Salt Lake; H Iv
Brown, Denver, Col ; James Otis und
Fred M Otis, Hun Francisco; Chus
Heneymiinn, do; J W Muson, Don
vor.tCol; Mr mid Mrs M A Roths
child, San Francisco; RC Hannah,
Chicago; Dr W G Budington, Now
York City; E A Palmer, Montvillo,
Conn: A G Pritchard, Tuconia,
Wash; D McFuiland, Hun Francisco;
Harrison G Dyer und wife, New Voik;
Mr anil Mrs K Bradley, Botitou, Mass;
J LAuderi-ou and wife, Philadelphia,
Pa; It II Whiting, New York; U L
Godfrey, Desinoiues, lowu ; 0 H Got
chell, do; Louis Hough, M I), St
A FAVORITE REMEDY.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a
favorite during the winter mouths on
account of its great success in thr
cure of colds. There Is nothing that
will loosen n severe cold so quickly,
or as promptly relieve the lungs.
Then it counteracts uny tendency to
ward pneumonia. It is pleasant and
safe to take, and fully worthy of its
populuiity. For sale by all dealers.
Ucubou, Smith & Co., ugcuts.
San Ku nchco, Jan. 111. 1H'.2.
Till'. 4111 1 1,1'. AI'I'AIII.
AI'I'IIOAUIIINd A CLIMAX.
The trouble with Chile it fii9t ap
proaching a nliniax. Whether it
shall ho war or peace will bo known
in n few days. The attitude of the
administration has not changed a
pailicle. On the loth war wns con
sidered Inevitable and udvices slated
Hint, both countries were making
every preparation for a conflict.
There was u decided improvement on
the lGth in the tone of the Chilean
affair. Senator Morgan of the Sen
ate Committee on Foreign Relations
rellects the spirit of the Senate Com
mittee on the situation, saying: "In
my opinion, the affair between this
country and Chile will be amicably
settled. Most of Hie voluminous re
ports indicating preparations for war
that you read in the papers have no
foundation in fact. The United
Stales has 01,000,000 people to fight
Chile with as against, 0,000,000 and,
of course, could whip her little neigh
bor. There is no necessity for war,
and the people not desiring it 1 ap
prehend no trouble whatever. On
the contrary, I believe Chile will be
put on a friendlier footing with this
country thnu ever by the outcome of
A special to the Examiner from
Washington says the Chilean situa
tion has reduced itself to a matter
of waiting for the President's mes
sage. The prevul'ing hclief is that
there will be war. Five members of
the House Foreign Affairs Committee
called on Secretary Blaine Saturday
and were treated to a discourse on
the Nicaragua canal instead of on
The Navy Department is steadily
increasing its war preparations, al
though it persistently denies most of
the reports about them. Assistant
Secretary Soley asserts that the de
spatches from California alleging that
sailing orders have been issued to the
Charleston and Baltimore, are atiso-lutcl-
false and calculated to work
great mischief. There are now thirty
six new guns completed at the Wash
ington navyyard,, twenty of six-inch
caliber and sixteen of eight- and ten
inch. Instead of a licet of fourteen or
fifteen vessels, and 10,000 troops, it
will be found, if a declaration of war
comes, that the authorities have a
plan which will make it possible for
the concentration of a licet of twenty
live or thirty vessels and the trans
portation of 100,000 men to the scat
of trouble. Hundreds of applica
tions are pouring into the two de
partments by every day's mail and
there will be no ditllculty or delay in
getting all the volunteers that are de
sired. Commodore William Foiger,
Chief of Ordnance, has applied for
the command of the Monterey, and
it is thought his request will be
The Navy Department view with
deep concern the reported prepara
tions of the Chilean Government for
The despatching of a fleet of throe
cruisers and u torpedo boat from
Valparaiso under sealed orders was
reported from Chile through private
sources Saturday. It is thought to
be for the purpose of guarding the
Straits of Magellan, which arc re
garded to a certain extent as the
gateway to Chile.
THE NOTE WITHDRAWN.
Definite instructions were cabled
Saturday to Minister Pedro Montt
at Washington directing the with
drawal of Matta's offensive note. It
was presumed that this had been
done before, but such was not the
Secretary Tracy bus made public
the following despatch from Com
mander Evans of the Yorktown, now
at Valparaiso, in regard to the Bal
maccdist refugees aboard that ves
sel: "Valparaiso, Chile, Jan. 10,
The American Minister informs me'
that the Chilean Minister of Foreign
Affairs has changed his mind about
the refugees now on the Yorktown,
und they may be taken out of uny
merchant vessel touching ut a Chil
ean port by local authorities. Ar
rangements hud been made for till
of them to sail to-duy, but this
change on the part of the Chilean
Minister of Foreign Affairs compels
me to keep them, which crowds mo
very much. Shall 1 laud them ut
Culluo or Molcndo, Peru? No steam
ers from here' go direct lo neutral
territory. This unexpected act of
the Chilean Minister is due, he
states, in part to my saluting the
Spanish Minister when he cani; on
hoard lo deliver two refugees. I
have requested the American Minis
ter tq suy to the Minister of Foreign
Affuirs that I am responsible t,o my
(own Government, und not to that of
Chile, In such mutters, and J con
sider his criticism offensive, und will
not accept It. His action seems un
worthy the rcprcpcututivu of u seri
ous Government. Kvans."
Secretary Truuy considers this an
affront to the nation. He has sent u
cablegram to Commander Kvans of
the Yorktown, ordering him to pro
ceed lo Culluo, Peru, and land the
Chilean refugees ut that place.
lu spite of war preparations that
are going on, u member of the For
eign Affuirs Committee of the House
said last night, " There will be no
It was rumored lust night that the
Yorktown had been tired upon by one
of Ihu foils in Vulpuruiso harbor,
but it is probably like the report of a
tmllla IralWomi mi mei l"tn und Ger
man wni'ililp (Itttlnc; Hie SHinrmn
trouble. At nuy rnto Scot otury Tracy
truali the mutter vary linUy.
CII'IIKR HIIM'Alt II.
A cipher tb'spitHi in" imc hundred
words has been roculved at tho Navy
Department from Commander Kvntis.
It rends that four of the best cruiiurs
of tlic Chilean navy will leave Val
paraiso on January i?4Jtli (or the
Straits of Magellan, w,ih a torpedo
hate news interpret" d is Mihl to
mean that Admiral Walker's llt-et
may he halted there ami diiecied to
turn buck or risk a fig'it. This is the
most serious indict: mn of Chile's
hostile intentions '.hat tlm Depart
ment has received.
Moult is frightened and urges his
Government t'j make some dellnite
advances which mny serve to ullay
the bitter feeling at Washington.
Tlio President's message is not a
declaration for war j it is not a sug
gestion that Congress shall declare
war; it is simply a message review
ing what the United States lins done
to induce the Chilean Government to
make reparation for the assault on
the Baltimore sailors. Il will be
optional with Congress to instruct
the President to send un ultimatum
to the Chilean Government, under
the terms of which ample apology
must be rendered without delay,
under penalty of war with the United
States. The unanimous sentiment of
Congress is in favor of maintaining
the dignity of the nation, even if it
must be by war.
It is reported tho Chileans arc
anxious lo go to war with this country.
DEATH OF THE HEIR 1! RESUMPTIVE
England is mourning witli the
royal family over the death of the
Duke of Clarence and Avondale,
which occurred January 1-1 th at
Sandringham, the country-seat of the
Lrinee of Wales. lie was ill but a
few days, having been a victim of lu
grippe which lei minuted in pneu
monia. He was betrothed to Princess
Mary of Took und the wedding would
have taken place the 27th of Febru
ary. She is inconsolable over his
death. Prince George, who becomes
heir presumptive, is just convalescing
from a severe attack of typhoid
fever. In the event of his death
providing he leaves no heir, the
Duchess of Fife would succeed to
the throne. If she died her infant
daughter, Lady Alexander Duff,
would become Queen of 'England. It
is a mailer of immediate concern lo
the average Britisher, for there is a
taint of Scotch commoner's blood in
Lady Alexander Duff.
Arrangements were made for a
public and scnii-inihlary pioeession
through London to eicort the re
mains of tlic Duke of Clarence from
the Grcut Eastern lo the South
western railway station, but were
changed in consequence of the gen
eral epidemic of iiillucnza prevailing
there. The authorities made no con
cealment of their fears that the expo
sure of the troops would probably re
sult in a general attack of inlluenza,
and upon hearing their views the
Prince of Wales immediately gave
orders that the projected military
funeral should be abandoned. Owing
to his ill health, the Prince of Wales
has decided that Prii.ce George of
Wales shall not be allowed to attend
his brother's funural.
The English miners have refused a
vote of condolence to the royal fam
ily who are now in mourning for the
Duke of Clarence. The Miners'
Confederation bus 200,000 members
and is the best organized and most
powerful single union in Hie country.
No workmen's combination bus shown
a keener perception of the sulferings
of the proletariat. The interference
with the family uffuirs of royalty be
ing felt to bs beyond them, they hon
estly suid so. The delegates then
immediately proceeded to vote sym
pathy with and substantial help for
the starving uailinakers of the Mid
land districts, who have been on u
strike for some lime. The upper and
middlu classes nro the most keenly
touched by the incidents of the Duke
of Clarence's death.
Prince Albert Victor Christian
Edward, eldest son of the Prince
and Princess of Wales, was born Jan.
8, 18G1. In 1877 he entered tliu
navy un a cadet. From 1871) to
1882, inclusive, he was cruising
round the world in the warship Bac
chante. In October, 1883, he be
came an uuder-gruduatu at Tiinity
College, Cambridge, subsequently
prosecuting his studies at Heidelberg,
Germany. After completing his
university course lie eutercd the
army, having been given the rank cf
Colonel. Lust year ho was raised lo
the peerage by the title of Duke of
Clarence and Avondale, and took his
scat in the House of Lords amid
greut pomp and ceremony.
The Prince ws not a great favor
ite, his younger brother George being
CARDINAL MANNING DEAD.
Cardinal Manning died in London
ut:20o clock the morning of Jan.
14. He was 83 years 0 mouths old.
The greut prelutc was u son of Wil
liam Manning, u merchant of Lon
don, and was horn ut Totleridge,
Hertfordshire, July 15, 1808. Ho
graduated li. A. with first-class hon
ors fiom Oxford in 1830. After the
death of Cardinal Wiseman, Muusig
nor .Manning wus consecrated Arch
bishop of Westminster, June 8,
180j. Pupu Pius IX crealed him u
cardinal priest March la, 1875, and
invested him with the Curdinul's hut
ut tho Vatican, Deo. 31, 1877. Dr.
Manning wus a prolific writer of
books and essays. He was especially
well known for his work in the catisu
of temperance and other social reforms.
IT.VlTim K raw;.
I'ACmt' CrtAdT RYKSTS.
Sim Krmicison htt loot the Demo
emtio Nullunnl Cvnreniion. An
oiuni'ft effoil inndu n few weeks wro
would Imvu spi'iinKl it, for It luvl r
fair oliHiiee of getting II. While other
oilius worts hard at work and leaving
un stone unturned to seciitc It, Sun
Francisco sat idly by and iiihiIc no
effort wlmtuver. 'I'liu llghl now lies
brtwoon .Milwaukee nud .St. Paul,
with the odds in favor of the fomier
Three lives hung in the hahiucc.
Dr. Graves of Detiv t, Colo., Hell yf
this city for the miirdei of JucoIimmi,
and Posoii for the murder nf Ollleer
Omul. Strenuous effort are being
made to save their necks.
Utah is anxious to come into the
Union us a Slate.
The alertness of the inspectors of
the 2d precinct, 3d district, ol Hono
lulu, has brought to light a new at
tempt to stuff the registration lists
and exhibits their aculeucss in dis
covering the latest dodge, viz.. a
resurrection scheme, in which at
tempt is made lo introduce dead men
as live voters. Some tuny say that
it is an attempt to make live Voters
dead men. The following notice,
however, speaks for itself and it be
hooves intending voters to ascertain
whether or not they are alive. The
notice was received by Mr. J. J. Wil
liams, the well known, live, photo
grapher, ond leads as follows:
"J. J. Williams:
"You are hereby notified to ap
pear before t lie Board of Inspectors
of the 2d Precinct, 3d District of
Honolulu, at tliu Tax Assessor's of
fice, iu the Kapuaiwa Building,
Queen slroct, on Wednesday, Jan
uary 27th, 1S02, and Thursday, Jan
uary 28th, 181)2, from t to 7 o'clock
p. in., and show cause why your
name shall not be dropped from the
voting list of said Precinct by icason
of reported death."
Meetings for registration of voters
will be held this evening as follows:
First District, 2d precinct, Bere
tania street school house, 7 to !).
Second District, 2d precinct, Ku
uluwelu school, School street, 7 to 5).
Third District, 1st precinct, Royal
school, beginning at 7 o'clock.
Fourth District, 1st precinct, China
Engine house, 7 to 9.
Fifth District, 1st precinct, Tram
ways building, beginning at 7.
Fifth District, 2d precinct, Reform
school, beginning at 5 o'clock.
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
For .V'ulit Swi-utH
of consumption, gives bpoedy benefit.
Has become a word dear to the hearts
of mothers. The " Mizpali" Valve
Nipple is made of puio gum, will not
collapse and prevents much colic be
cause they admit air into the bottle as
the milk is drawn out, thus prevent
ing a vacuum being formed. Give the
baby a chance to expiess his opinion.
You'll very soon find out whether tho
"Misqmh" is a success or not.
We have un assortment of Davidson
and Goodyear Nipples, also Rubber
Rattles und Teething Rings, and Nur
sery requisites in general.
Every household should have a Hot
Water Bag. We huvoboino new ones
and if iibcd with ordinary euro will
last for ye.irs. Invalid Cushions can
be iihcd as "life pieservcrs" on laud
as well as sou. Ours aie for home
service, und arc the best iu every way.
Rubber tubing from the diameter of
i-inuli to the size of garden hoco,
which wt null by tho foot or yard.
We've lots of other rubber goods,
und our Drug Store, you know, is the
best place to buy thorn.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
TO-MOllKOW, .Ian. 27th,
AT 12 O'CLOOK NOON,
At my Sulusiooin, Queen street, I will
sell ut Public Auction,
Bbls Milwaukee Beer in Qts,
Cases Port Wines,
Cases Sherry Wines,
Fine Coalmen, BrumlieH,
Kto., Ktc, Ktu
.JAS. F. MORGAN,
112! It Auctioneer.
A SORER, Industrious anil Respect
able Ainu, competent lo take
charge of u M't oUbooks. References
rcquhcil. Address "Post Ollleo Itox
.r;UJ, Honolulu." IJW '.'t
. ANNUAL MHETINO.
'I II K annual meeting of tho Moek
1 hollers ot lite (J. Iliewer & Co
will be held at the Company's ollleo ou
Queen ticel, hi Honolulu, ou WKD
NKSIMY, Feb. a, Ibiii, ut 10 oVlock
A.M. K. K. UUSIIOP.
'ii'J 7t Suorulury O, liiiwor cc Co.
LAf E ARRIVALS !
Every .stun mcr nud sniliuy vessel brings lo uh ttpticles
Tor use and ornamentation. Our goods are all 'Male ar
rivals;" we have no old stoelc on our shelves. Our goods
are selected with care and they meet with a ready sale-and
as fast as sold are replaced by others. JS'o other store in
Honolulu contains such a large and varied assortment of
goods suitable to the wants of the people.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcckels' Bunk, Honolulu.
! Builders' & Geneial Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARXISHlvS & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARK, TIN WARM, NICVKR BUKAK WARK,
Cutlery & General lercliaif se,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
lOO Fort Wtreet.
PURE DRUGS, CKEMICALS,
IrMiotoj;' rn.pl io S5upplieH,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
BST NEW GOODS BY
Pur S. S. "Australia."
At The Beaver Saloon,
II. .1. XOII'U, Proprietor.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al SteuinMilp
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, Feb 2nd,
tlf For freight or pusssifjo, apply to
Wm. O. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
A N N U A h M IS I3T1 N G.
'rilK ANNUAL MKETIN'O OK THE
I Kuu lManlatlon Co., will be held
ut thn olllcu of (.'ustle it Cool.o ou SAT
URDAY, Juutmrv :m, IS'JJ, ut 10 o'clock
u. in. K D.TKNNEY,
SciTctan Kwu Plantation Co
rt a ( XK X'-oUs to hit on
&3&& " I'uuchbowl itruul. Ku
2&fa u'uiru ( L. ADI.Iilt.
'.'07 tf IU Nuiiaiui it. ehye kUuo.
Pjl -Mr jiH H
EVERY STEAMER. "U
J. A. CUMMINS,
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
A. P. PETERSON,
1st J. MELELUHE.
2d J. KANUI.
Utl J. KElvllT.
Uh J. POE.
Mil J. A. IvAIIOONEI.
S. C. D WIGHT,
JOHN K. HOWLER.
Young Cocoanut Trees
to? Apply ut tlio
:)L'UIiu King street.
I?ROM AND AFTliR THIS DATE
V Mr. O. J. MuOurtliv will collect ull
my hllU. 11. 0. .MiUlRKW, M l."
Houululu, Dec 31, IbOl. UOSjlm