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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27, 1892.
Htnir Iwuluni foi IliuimKirv
Sehr Mot ahlne for Paauilo
Sohr Lavhiia for Hanapcpc
From Maui and Hawaii per stnir W G
Hall, Jan 2G E W Fuller, Rev O 1'
Emerson, W C Kemptou, Hon W 11
Oornwell and son, Miss Blanche Corn
well, Miss VIda, Mrs I sherwood and 2
children. .1 1. Richardson, Miss Kiinokc,
Kev T Eykyn, D Peekiuan, O Blake,
Mis Kawewelii, 11 Lose, A .Sinclair,
Geo Campbell, wife and 2 ciiildien, M
Senile, Mrs Puuuui, 4 uhiueso and 80
For Mani per tuir Claiidine, Jan ?G
Father Gulstan. Mrs Napoleon, A J Fur
bish, L Josepli.
For Kaiitil per stnir Mikahala, Jan 20
Mis H Moirison. Miss Klnwill, A F
Under, CaptA Ahlboin, Mm A PPetei
son, Mrs L Caible, Hon A S Wilcox and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
MmrW G Hall 71 bags coffee, :il bag
sugar, 23 head cattle, 13 tons old
iron and 300 pkgd sundries.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Hici, Mori, from Japan
USS San Fiaucisco, from san Fran
cisco, due any day
S S Austi.dia, Havward, from San Fran
cisco due Jan 20
Am bk Sonoma, Lee, from Newcastle,
Am bk Newsboy, Johnson, from New
castle, N S W
Am 4-mastud schr E K Wood, from
Newcastle, N S W, due Jan 15
Am bkt Mary Wiukehuuu, Nisseu, from
Poi t Gamble
.Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, from Bos
ton. Jan. 10-15
Am wli bk Mornhi!; Star, Mar 25, from
Am wli bk Mermaid, Mar 25, from New
Am wli bk ( ullfornlti, Mar 25, from New
Am wli bk James Arnold, Mar 25, fiom
Am schr Alice Cooke, Penliallow, from
Poi t Gamble
Am bktue Amelia, Ward, from Port
Am bk Alden Besse, Frlis, from San
Brig Cousuelo, Jaeobsen, from San
Francisco for Kalinin!
Brig Luiline, Matson, fiom San Fran
cifcco for Hilo
Br ship Bemnoiu fiom Liverpool, due
Am bk Edwaid May fiom Boston
The German bark Paul Isenbcrg is
celebrating the Empeior's birthday aud
is decorated with bunting.
The awedlwh btuk Grel, Anderson
muster, sailed to-day, carryiug 8070
bags sugar, shipped by W G Irwin &
Co, aud H70 bags sugar by H A Wtde
inann. Weight of eaigo, 1,107,951 lbs
and valued at t31,522.
The American bark Ceylon, Culliouu
master, sailed for Sun Francisco to-duy
with thu following cargo: O Brewer ec
Co, 7057 bugs biigar; F A Schaefnr & Co
5040 bugs Higari T (I Duvies & Co 2100
bags Migur, tlio wliolo wolghing 1,843,
51 lbs, aud valued tit $40,157.35,
In honor of tho birthday of II, I.
M. William II., Emperor of Ger
iuuny,on this (Wednesday) evening,
at the Hawaiian Hotel, commencing
at 7 :30. Following is the program :
March Emperor William Berger
Ovei tmo German Melodies. . . . ...Suppe
Funt.ibla Kmperor's Coiutlowcrs..
Medley Tliu Emperor's Review...
lloiiuAuNci. Wal Mapiiuu. Alien Ou.
Medley German Marches. .Seideiigliini
Chorus TaiitiliHitbur Wagner
Walt. Geiiuiiii lleuits Strauss
Oulop-Viviit lloch Zlkoff
The Watch on thu Rhine.
Cliamberlnin'8 Cough Remedy id a
favorite (hiring the winter months on
account of its great success in the
cure of colds. There is nothing that
will loosen a scvero colli so quickly,
or as promptly relieve the lungs.
Then it counteracts any tendency to
ward pneumonia. H is pleasant and
eafo to lalio, and fully worthy of its
populaiity. For sale by ull dealers,
iluiisoii, Smith & Co., agents.
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LOCAL AND DENIAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 o'clock Weather,
hazy, wind light east.
Tin: S. S. Aliuuedii duo here on
Fill. 12lh will not biing nny Iioight
for (his pott.
I'uhkkk Lnuric J. Ryan of the
stcniiicr Australia is thanked for a lilo
of Into papers.
Tliu organ recital lo-moriow even
ing, promises to bo an enjoyable one,
judging by tho program.
Mn. Gideon Weal's houso ul Here
tania and Punchbowl streets has been
raited suvorul feel higher and gen
Tin: band will play at the Hawaiian
Hotel this evening in honor of tho
unnivcrMiry of the birthday of the
Emperor of Germany.
Bkn Hocian, tlio convurK'il pugilist,
lately here, is exhibiting his collection
of Hawaiian views in San Francisco,
according to Into papers.
There will be an evangelistic ser
vice nt Bethel Hall thin evening at
7:15. Members of tho Knmebanicha
Glee Olub will lead the singing.
The U. S. S. Penbacola is covered
with bunting. to-dny in honor of the
German Ennioror'8 birthday. Gov
ernment, diplomatic and consular Hags
are also flying.
Tin: petition to remove tho powder
magazine fiom tliu habited precincts
of tliu town is now at Wenner & Co.'s
jewelry store. It has already been
signed by -10 or (SO residents.
Du. F. L. Miner is adding another
story to tho main part of his house
on Ucrctaniu street, which with other
renovations is turning it into a dis
tinguished looking mansion.
A rir.CE of Government land at Ln
hnina, known as "Mount Retreat,"
covering about 1G4 acres more or letB,
was sold at noon to Motors. Paul Isen
berg and C. F. Horner for .$4G0, ten
dollars more than the upset price.
In the Police Court this morning
the subject of a balky donkey was
brought up when P. Neumann ro
maiked that "if the donkey only
heard the political speeches being
made nightly, he would go." So say
all of us.
The call for a National Reform mass
meeting at the gymnasium on Thurs
day night has been changed to Satur
day night, us the Mechanics' Union
had already arranged to have the
candidates speak at its weekly rally
in Robinson's hall the former night.
I'll meet you at the Brunswick.
C. J. McCaiithv has
street for sale.
Button Holes made to order at No.
4 Garden Lane. 307 tf
The Brunswick are the only Billiard
Parlors in town. 0 tf
Winter & Wjnteu, dentists, have a
card in to-day's issue.
A kewaiid is offered for tlio return
of a lost lower set of teeth.
The Mechanics will rally on Thurs
day evening at Robinson's hall.
C. Bolti:, assignee of the estate
A. Boibu, has a notice elsewhere.
Aftbk slurving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
SiiNiiuitN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
P. H. Bkooks Division, K. of P.,
will meet this evening in Mystic
The Inspectors of tho Third Dis
trict, First Precinct, will hold an ad
journed meeting this evening.
Lors of new goods have just arrived
per steamer Australia for N. S. Sachs,
which will be opened in a few days.
The National Reform' Party will
hold a public meeting on Saturday
evening at the Burctunia street Arm
ory. Chinese residents are cautioned
against letting off fire crackers out
side of certain times specified in a
Dki.iciouh coffee and chocolate will
bo borved every morning early at the
Pulaco Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Hotel street. 221 tf
Independent candidates for Nobles
and road boards will address a public
meeting at tho Bcretania street Arm
ory to-morrow evening.
Get your boots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Tommies, on East
Hotel street. First-class work, low
Inspectors of Election will hold
sessions for registration this evening
First District, 1st precinct, Gov
ernment nursery, beginning at 7.
First District, 2d precinct, Bere
tanlu street school house, from 7 to 9.
llurd District, 1st precinct, Royal
school house, beginning at 7.
Third District, 2d precinct, Ka
ptiaiwa building, from 1 to 7,
Fourth District, 1st precinct, China
Engine house, from 7 to 9,
Fifth District, 2d precinct, Reform
school, beginning at 5 o'clock.
ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUBJECT TO
As a preventivu and euro for
croup, Cliamberluin'8 Cough Remedy
bus no rival. It is, in fact, the only
remedy that can always be depended
upon and that is pleasant and safe to
take, riieic is not tho least danger
in giving it to children, pr it contains
no injurious substance. For sale at
50 cents per bottle by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents.
PLANK FOR THE PARK.
Go don Gato Park's Gift to
An IiniiiciiHo AMNOitinoiit of Troon
nuil Mirulm lroriir il liy
Sir. V. SI. ;iniiiil.
Mr. V. M. Giffard, of W. G.
Ii win & Co., did not forget he was
an olllcer of the Kapiolani Pink As
sociation when abtoad. Wherever
he went, he look in the parks and
studied their beauties in the Biitish
Isles, on thu Continent, in America.
On his return journey Mr. Giffard
sought thu acquaintance of the Com
missioners of Golden Gale Park, San
Francisco. Tliey showed him the
sights of that beautiful pleasure re
sort, and, in conversation with thu in,
he suggested that a few of their
plants would be very acceptable to
the Kapiolani Park' Association of
The suggestion was cordially re
ceived, the Commissioners taking
occasion to acknowledge tliu kindness
of thu Hawaiian authorities to their
agent, when in thu Islands lately
getting ferns and other plants for the
Golden Gate Park. While paying a
farewell visit to the park thu day be
fore the Australia sailed, Mr. Gif
fard was casually shown a largo
lot of plants that were being pre
pared for shipment, in his care,
for the Kapiolani Park Association.
The consignment as delivered free on
the Oceanic Steamship Company's
dock comprised nearly 1100 plants.
They were brought to Honolulu by
the steamer Australia free of freight,
which, considering that they neces
sarily filled a large space and re
quired care in handling, was a very
generous act on the part of the
Oceanic Steamship Company.
This very largo acquisition to the
park plantation includes a number of
species new to this country and a
great many new varieties of species
already nourishing here. Some of
the new species have to he tried as
to their adaptability to this climate.
Of such the number sent is wisely
limited, while species that flourish
here are liberal in supply, bolh in
number aud variety. Thus in pines
unknown here only one or two are
found, while of eucalyptus there are
100 plants covering 12 varieties.
There are 120 plants each of four
varieties of the acacia, 2d of another,
and two of two others. Of shrubs
there is an endless range, a large
proportion being (lowering. There
are several varieties of the turpentine
tree, two of them being represented
by 24 plants each. White broom and
Scotch broom are there, 50 plants of
each. Among the trees there are
four varieties of cypress, and four of
junipers. Fir aud spruce will make
a test of the climate, also the big
tree of California (Sequoia gigantea)
and. California redwood. But it is.
unnecessary to go over tho whole list
Mr. Giffard deserves a big vote of
thanks from the Planters' Labor and
Supply Company, in which he is a
member of the forestry committee,
for securing such a heavy addition
to the forest wealth of the country.
Even calculating on a certain amount
of loss from plants that may fail here,
the remainder will certainly be of in
calculable value in stocking Kapio
lani park and other public grounds,
also as a resource ultimately from
which Government roads may derive
shade trees, and private owners get
trees and shrubs to beautify and en
rich their estates. Il is lo be hoped
there will be no unnecessary failures
of these importations, from want of
the requisite skill to plant and tend
the growths. Mr. Giffard having
done so big a share from his own en
thusiastic interest, the Government
and the Planters' Company should
help out the Kapiolani Park Associa
tion in making the most of this hand
some gift of the Golden Gate Paik
While visiting Golden Gate Park
Mr. Giffard saw the Hawaiian palms
aud ferns lately introduced, and he
reports that they are in a thriving
WORTHY OF A TRIAL.
If you tire troubled with rheuma
tism or a latnc back, bind on over
the seat of pain a piece of tlunnel
dampened with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. You will bo surprised at the
prompt relief it affords. 50 cent
hollies for sale by all dealers, Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents.
THE Lower Part of a Set of Teeth.
Please return to this olllce and re
ceive reward. 330 8t
P. II. ISIldOKS DIVISION.
PH. BROOKS DIVISION, K. of P.,
. will meet THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at the hull of
Mjstlo Lodire hi Full Uniform for the
election of olllcers.
o. J. McCarthy,
380 It Coiumunding,
3rd' District, 1st Precinct.
VI OTiOK Is hereby given that tlio In-
sneutois of said Precinct shall hold
an adjourned meutingTHlS (Wednesday)
EVENING, ut tboltoj-ul School House
ou Emma street, ut thu hour of 7 o'clock,
for the puiposu of enrolling voteis, eor
luctlng the electoial list, etc.
By order of tliu Board of Inspectors.
W. C. bPROULL,
Honolulu, 27th Jan., 1BU2. :i"0 It
1 "The Dally Bulletin." 50 cuutu
can Chinese vqtM
HuoslJiiu liof.jro the
L-. Altlo, a Chiiieje met chant, and
a naturalized citizen, made applica
tion lo the bomdtii uispeitors of thu
fourlh district, second precinct, at a
meeting that bis nainu be placed on
the list of voters for that pneinut.
Henry Smith, chairman of the board,
refused and left il lo lltu Supremo
Court for their decision on the mut
ter. L. Ahto hud a writ of mandamus
issued diiecting the inspectors lo
place Ills ntiniu on the vuling lisi as
under thu fuuncr constitution. The
casu was heard in the Supreme Com I
this moining before Chief Juslicu
Judd and Assouiato Justices Bickur
ton and Dolu. Tliu argument was
heard and taken under consideration.
The suggestion of thu action tukun
by Mr. Ahlo has been found in tliu
decision of the Supreme Court thu
other day, to thu effect that a person
convicted of feloniously branding
cattle, before the abrogation of the
old Constitution that did not make
that offense a disqualitlcalion from
voting, could not be dlsqualillcd
from voting by tho new Constitution
that docs make the offense mentioned
a disqualification, although,, the per
son in question had never had his
civil rights restored. The Court
held that to dubnr him from voting
by virtue of the terms of tliu Consti
tution passed after his conviction
would be retroactive legislation.
THAT TRAMCAR ACCIDENT.
Frank Parrot, driver of the Nuu
anu street tramcar which was con
cerned in thu aecidunt to a Portu
guusu lad, was arraigned In the Police
Court this morning lo plead to the
charge of furious and heedless driv
ing, while in the capacity of driver
of said car. Parrot pleaded not
guilty. The evidence of passengers
on the car at thu lime of thu accident
was in substance that it nas no fault
of tliu driver's, as he had done his
best to stop the car by putting on
the biake. It seems that as the car
was coming down Nuuunu street at
a moderate speed, the Portuguese
lad. on a donkey, wns seen to run
across the track. The driver did not
pay any heed, as he thought the hoy
would not dare cross while the car
was so near. However, when the
tramcar was within a few yards of
Hotel street the hoy crossed again ;
but in the middle of Hie track, ac
cording to several witnesses, the
donkey bulked, and was caught by
the tramcar mules and knocked
down. The rider tumbled off,
whether caused by thu collision or
the sudden stopping of the donkey
cannot be ascertained. His Honor
after reviewing the evidence post
poned the case till this afternoon in
order lo have two other witnesses'
Two tramcar drivers this afternoon
testified to having seen this same boy
and donkey on several occasions,
while they weru driving on that line,
to perform thu same antics of i mi
ning across tho tiack when the car
Judgment was reserved till to-morrow
morning. P. Neumann for de
fendant. HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
For Nliiht HwpiiIh
of consumption, gives speedy benefit.
J. W.WlM'lill.SU., 1)1)8. W. U.W IMKK, MI)., DOS.
WINTER & WINTER,
Office Hotel St., opp. Y. M. C. A., ad
joining the Honolulu Library.
Braucli Otllce, : : : 200 Keuiny st., S. F.
LL Denial operation' slilfiilly per
A foimed at Sun Kianclsco prices;
which arc 30 pel cent cheaper than Hono
lulu prices; aud if not as good as. the
best Dentistry In Honolulu 'no charge
will be made. You need not go to Sun
Francisco for your Dentistry. Our great
i eduction in prices the cltiens luivu du
muuded, aud we will supply the demand,
Vt'K I1AVF. (.-OKI TO Itr.-IIAIN !
0 Cull and get prices and save your
money. Wu icturn our thanks to the
citizens of Hawaii, .Maui and KainU for
their liberal patronage and solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
Office Houhs: 7 a. m. to c i
jun 27-02 .
Meiaiiics ail WorkiDpeii
A MEETING OF THE
WII.I. Hi: I1KI.I1 AT
Cor. King and Nuutuiu sts.,
On Thursday Evening, Jan, 28th,
AT n.'io O'CLOCK i. .n.
gjST Several Candidates will ad
dress thu meeting.
Come One. Come All.
!CI0 2t PER ORDER.
C. B. RIPLEY,
Oi-fick: Room 5, SpreckuU' Block.
Mutual Telephone. 20s.
New Designs I Modem Buildings !
Complete plans and specifications for
every dcscilptlou of building. Contracts
diawn und caieful superintendence of
construction given when lequhed. Cull
aud examine nlans. upr 2J ly
litln become a won! dear lo tlm hourlt)
of mollu'i-i. Tho "Mi.p.th" VuUa
Nipple is made i.f ptue gum, will not
collapse aud picvcnls much colic be
cause they admit air into the bntllo us
thu milk is diitwn otil, thus prevent-
ing it vacuum being formed Give the
tin by a chunec to cxpie.-s his opinion.
You'll i't (-'inn lind nut whi'lhci the !
" Miti.ilt" if a nii'i'i'p ol ii it
VY hiie an asioilniciit of 1).ivkIiii
and Got dyi'ii! Nipple-, nl-o Itnliln l
Rattles and T( ( thing King, and Nm
sury iequii.ti in gi-ueiiil.
Every household s-lionld Iihumi Hoi
Water Bag. V luivognmu now oium
and if Used with oidinary cuio will
last fir years. Invalid Cushions can
be used us "life preservers" on laud
as well as tea, Out." are for home
service, and are tho best in every w.iy.
Rubber tubing fiom the diameter nt
-iucb lo the sire of gulden hose,
which wc sell by the foot or yaid.
Wo'io lots of other rubber goods,
and our Drug Store, you know, is the
best plnco to buy them.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.
Is. District rf Hono'ulu, 1st Precinct,
NOTICE is heieby given that tho
Inspectors of biiid Piecinut shall
hold four public meetings of two
hours each day, commencing at 7
o'clock in the evening as follows.
On Wednesday, Jan. 27, 18!)2, at the
Government Nurseiy, junction of
King and Waikiki streets.
For the puiposcof correcting llio
electoral roll or voting list of the Pto
cinct by adding new names theieto,
or sinking oil' thu names of Mich
voters as have died, removed from the
Piecinct, or otherwise become dis
qualified from voting in thu said Pre
cinct. By order of tho Board of Inspectors.
E. I. SPALDING,
Honolulu, Jan. 12, 18i)2.
3. d District of Honolulu, 2nd Precinct.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Insneclors of the 3d District of
Honolulu, 2d Piecinct, will hold meet
ings at ihe Tax Assessor's Oilice, in
the Kapuuiwu Building, Queen sticet,
on thu following dates:
Wednesday, Jan. 27, 1892, from -1
to 7 o'clock i m.
Thursday, Jan. 28, 1892, fiom ! to
7 o'clock !. ji.
For the purpose of correcting the
electoral roll or voting list of the
above named Precinct by adding new
nuinos thereto, or striking oil" thu
names of buch voters us have died,
removed, or otherwise become dis
qualified from olinginsnid Precinct.
T. C. PORTER,
Inspectors of Election.
5th Dhtrct of Honolulu, let Precinct
NOTICE is heieby given Hint the In
spectors of said Precinct will hold
six public meetings of two liouis e.icli
day at the Tramways Co.'s build
ing corner of Kanichamcha School
giounds, commencing at 7 o'clock in
Hie evening as follows:
On Thursday, Jan. 28, 1802.
I'"or tho purpose of correcting tliu
electoral roll or voting lisl of the Pie
cinct by adding new names thereto or
striking oil' tho names of such voters
us have died, removed from the dis
trict or otbciwiso become disquali
fied from voting in the said precinct.
If necessary adjourned meetings shall
ilso be held at tho same place not
later than tlio 28th January, 181)2, of
which due nnlicu will bo given at the
By order of the Board of Inspectors,
M. R. COLBURN,
Honolulu, Jan. 12. 181)2. 81td
5th I istrict or Honolulu,' 2nd Precim-t
NOTICE is hereby given that thu
Inspectors of said Precinct will
hold three public meetings at the
Reformatory School, commencing at
fi o'clock I, ji., as follows:
On Wcdncbdiiy, Jan. 27, 1802.
For thu purpose of correcting Ihu
electoral roll oj; voting list of tho pre
cinct by adding new names thereto or
striking oil' thu names of Mich voteis
us have died, removed from Ihu dis
trict or otherwise become disqualified
from voting in thu said precinct. If
necessary an adjourned meeting will
albo bu held ut the saniu place ou
January 28, 18U2, of which due notice
will be given at tho stated meetings,
By order of the Board of Inspectors.
328 lit Chairman.
WA NT ED
A SOIHC It, Iniliistiious and Hcspcct-
I. utile Alan, c
cliuiL'o of a set of
rTMIE annual meeting of thu stock
X. hoMcra of tliu C. Itieuer fc Co
ulll bu held at thu Company's olllcti on
Queen sticet, In Honolulu, on WED
NESDAY, Feb. a, 181)2, at 10 o'clock
a.m. E. F. BISHOP,
a: 7t Secretary O. lb ewer it to.
MtiHHiH. King BroH, are
Hhowiiig a lino lino oi Bam
boo and otlior stylo Parlor
Eusolri, Wall Brackets and
Window 1 ornlcoH at prices
to jnvct tlio tiincH.
LATE ARRIVALS !
10 very htunmcr and sailing vusol brings to us articlus
uso and onianu'iilation. Our goods arc all "late ar-
wo have no old stock
are selected with care and they
as last as sold are replaced
Honolulu contains such it la
goods suitable to the wants of
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE 00.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
H Builders' & Gene.al Hardware,
- ; Agricultural Implements,
Q3 IPJo M-fro-fi-ii-a
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & (joneral MercWise,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
f ") iZ J WIL.30X &
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AG13N-TS FOR TUB LEADING
J85T NEW GOODS BY
Per S. S. "Australia."
At The Beaver Saloon,
II. .1. NOIn:, I'roiiiivlor.
FOR SAN FUANOISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for tlio ubou
E37 For fi eight or pussagu, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
HE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
Ewa Plantation Co.. will bo held
nt thu otllcu of Castli) t Cooke on SAT
UKDAY, Jauuuiviin, I8UJ, at 10 o'clock
a. in. 'E D.TENNEY.
Seuiulun Kwa Plantation Co
f NE Cottugo to lot on
Punchbowl streut. En
quire of L. ADLER, -'i
Nuuunu St. shoe ttoie.
Ii y II SfifflrmPaftv!
c3 A tM d ItUiciil iii 1 111 if i
on our shelves. Our goods
meet with a ready sale and
by others. No other store in
rare and varied assortment ol
GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
EVERY STEAMER, -a
1st J. I'ELELUHE.
2d J. lvANUI.
!ld J. KKKIPT.
4th J. POE.
5th J. A. KAHOONEI.
S. O. D WIGHT,
JOHN K. BOWLER.
Young Ooooanut Trees
By Apply at tlio
32Q 1 ill King street.
'ITIROM AND'AFTBIl this date
V .Mr, O J. Mcf'arthv will collect all
my bills, II G McOREW, M.I).
Honolulu, Dec Ul, lbUl UOS-lm
r iff ilfSfiy