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I" The Eauitable Life Assurance NA'ri0NAL national at oil
HI SArt;... f & 10.;.4 .1rtfi. MQTflFiH UQPTIfT missionaries. If they chose toclect AffllH
HI' "wiiij niv- .imw . HIilHIIIIll fil Ili
K - Now Assurance Writton in 1 890 $ 203,826 107 00
Hr hmnmn 35.036.683 24
jBp Surplus (from which dividend will be made) 23,740.447 34
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An Investment Worth
muring your life, or investing your money, examine the Twenty
ine Policies of Tlie Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S.
Policies maturing in 1891 realize cash
arying fiom 120 to 170 per cent, of the money paid in, besides the advan
tage of the Assurance during the whole period of twenty years.
The following is one of many actual eases matuiing this year:
Endowment Policy No. 64,925.
Issued in 1871, at age 27. Amount, 5,000.
Premium, S239.90. Total Prems. Paid, 84,798.
at End of Tontine Period in 1891 :
CuBh Surrender Value, $8,449.45
(Equal to SI 70. 10 for each 100 paid in picmiums, which is equivalent to
i return of all premiums paid, with interest at 74; per cent, per annum.)
Or, in lieu of cash,
A Paid-up Life Policy for $19,470
(Equal to $405. SO for each S100 paid in premiums.)
A Life Annuity of $633.55.
ALEX. J. CARTWRBCHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of the U. S. 1-91
COKNEK FOltT &
AND EXAMINE THEIR NEW STOCK
Ribbons, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Dress Goods, Silks,
Fans, Etc., Eic.
NEW CHOICE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY 1
AVe aie showing a choice lino of Ladles' & Gentlemen's
Macintosh Rain Coats!
(Just the tiling for a Ohiistinns present.')
Silk Umbrellas in Ladies' & Gentlemen's.
BST FINE GOODS AT LOW" PRICES, -a
Gall at B. F. Ehlers Go.'s, 99 Fort St.,
FOR A FINE SELECTION
Such as TOILET CASES, MANICURE SETS, COLLAR & GUFF BOXES,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, ALBUMS,
Ele., Etc., befoie the assortment is broken.
AND A NKW IMPORTATION 01'
DRY & FANCY GOODS.
BQT Will Keep, open evenings from fcatiuday. Dec. 12lli, to Oluistmas. "a
Telephones, No. 175.-
California Wheat, Oat Hay, in large and compressed bales; Barley, Rolled
& Gioiuid B.u ley, California & New Zealand Oath, Middlings, Bran, Coin,
Cracked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
Drifted Snow and Victor Flour I
: if JB K. T I L- 1 K AS it S :
We keep constantly in stock the celelnatcd Feitilizcrs manufactured by Mr.
A. Haas of San Franoihco, viz, ; Bono Meal, Wool Dust and High Giado
Super l'hospbates, all of which can be had at bediock prices.
Island orders solicited
LEWIS & CO.. Ill Fort Street,
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each steamer of the O. S. S. Co. from California fiesh Calafornia Roll
Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete hue of Crosse & Blackwell's & J. T. Morton't Canned
& Bottle J Goods always on hand. Also, just received a fresh lino of Gorman
Fates and l'otted Meats and Bottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugai Cuied JIanis and Bacon, New Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Oianu.es, Oregon Buihauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc.. Elc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
1 O. Box 145.
H. E. EVIciTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods rocoived by overy packet from Eastern States and Europe,
Fresh California Produce by overy bteainer. All orders faithfully attended
to and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island orders
solicited. Satisfaction irnarantppd. 1-91
Issued Every Tuesday.
knowing About I
returns to the owners, of amounts
-Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
and satisfaction guaranteed. jgGt
-F. O. Box 297.
-Telephone No. 92.
J. A. CUMMINS,
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
A. IN PETERSON,
.JOHN EN A,
1st J. T'ELELUIIE.
2d J. KANUI.
3d J. KEKIPI.
4lh J. POE.
5th J. A. KAIIOONEI.
S. C. D WIGHT,
JOHN P. BOWLER.
FOR ROAD BOARD:
Jas. F. Morgan.
The Straight Ticket
NATIONAL REFORM PARTY.
For Road Board:
JOHN F. BOWLER,
S. C. DWIG-nT,
Lone Miiiiinioit GanQiflate
FOR MEMBER OF THE
JOHN F. 00LB1
CANDIDATE FOR MEMBER OF
For Representative !
B. F. DILLINGHAM
NOMINEE OF THE
Soun oi" Hawnii.
THOS. :R. : LUCAS,
Meeting at the Beretania Street
Speeches by Several
A public meeting in the interest of
the National Reform unity was held
at the Uerctania street Armory Sat
urday evening. Mr. Hobert More
took the chair at five minutes to 8,
saying they had been wailing for the
interpreter, but as he had not come
the speaking would begin.
Mr. C. J. McCarthy was the first
speaker. He hadn't expected to be
called on, not being a candidate, but
the issues were important to every
man. There weie two great qucs
tions in the campaign First, with
regard to a constitutional conven
tion ; which was believed by most
thoughtful men to be fraught with
danger. Next came the treaty mut
ter, bearing on the welfare of every
workingman. At present the Am
erican duties on our fiuit aud other
products weie prohibitory of any ex
tension of business. A matter that
wasn't in the platform, if he icmem
bered aright, was that of the Crown
lauds. It would be wise policy if
bonds could be issued for the pur
pose of purchasing these lauds, to
have them divided up into home
steads, the dwellers on which would
build up the country by their indus
try. Finally, the speaker referred
to the independent movement, warn
ing all present that every vote cast
for Henry Waterhouse was a vote lor
the Liberal party.
Hon. E. C. Macfarlanc remarked
that he was not a candidate, having
yet two years to serve of the term to
which he was elected last election.
Referring to the record of the Re
form party he claimed that it had
done good work in the reforming of
politics. There were great issues
before them, but none were of more
importance to the workingmen than
the labor question, which was at the
same time vital to the main industry
of the country. In fact the problem
of maintaining that industry intact
depended much on the proper solu
tion of the labor question. They had
elected their candidates last time un
der the promise to do something for
the protection of the workingmen
against Chinese competition. Some
of them had tried to fulfil that prom
ise, but Messrs. Bush, Marques and
Wilcox had not helped them. Yet
these gentlemen were now parading
their sympathy for the poor white
and native workinjnnen. Where weie
they when they had the opportunity?
While he admitted the necessity of
procuring laborers for the plantations
it must not be done at the expense of
civilization in this kingdom. He was
against flooding the country with
either Indian or Chinese coolies. It
was hoped that the law passed at last
session would have the desired result
of admitting adequate supplies of
labor without prejudice to the civil
ized labor of the kingdom. But the
Supieme Court or one justice had
decided that law to 'be unconstitu
tional. Should that decision be con
firmed by the full bench, they should
have to fall back on the constitu
tional amendment passed once at lust
session, lie believed it was practi
cable to give the sugar planters a
sullleiency of labor, without jeopar
dizing the interests of the mechanics
and workingmen of Hawaii. Yet in
restricting the Asiatics from enteiing
into competition with the native and
white workingmen, it would not be
light to be too haish with the Chi
nese already here as to drive them
out of present employments would
be a breach ot vested interests. The
speaker referred to the attempt of
Dr. Rogers aud a small baud to de
feat the .National Reform ticket by
putting forward independent candi
dates. That evening he had been
handed a brochuie bearing the ear
maiksof the famous physician and
journalist, who bj' physicians was
said to bo a journalist, and by jour
nal isls to be a physician. The little
sheet in as plain a way as it could
advised the Reform party to vote lor
the National Libciul ticket. If this
great statesman, known to the block
in which he lived, who mistook a sore
spot on his head for a public disaster,
was the main support of this scheme
to knife the National Reform party,
he should like to write the obituary
of the movement at that moment.
Mr. .T.A.Kahoonci spoke briefly, in
terpreted by Hon. John Kna, remind
ing the Huwaiians that all the Na
tional Reform Representative candi
dates were Huwaiians,
Hon, P. Neumann, on being in
troduced as the "bashful man," de
murred to the title as one that, if it
Btuck to him, would be greatly to
his disgust. He should not like to
be referred to as the "bashful man"
before the Independent pnit', con
sisting of two men niul a driver, who
considered he had an excess of gall
in presuming to be a candidate with
out asking their permission. Ho
should of course begin his remarks
by attentions to his best friend,
namely, the Advertiser. That paper
had got oven with him by reporting
his speech in a .manner that would
make him be regarded as a fool by
any scholar of the Puuahou or Fart
street school. That was where they
hud the advantage of him, but, if
they wouldn't report his speech cor
rectly, he hoped they would leave it
alone. As to the caudidaturo of Mr.
Henry Waterhouse, he wished to
assert the undoubted right of
every man to select the names on
his ballot of thotjo candidates who
were his Honest choice He had been
told thai Mr. Wnlerhoitse was a mis
sionary, nnd ho wasn't ttwuto that
he was the worst man nmong the
missionaries. If they chose to elect
Henry Waterhouse on their ticket, ho
had no doubt he would be able to
bohave himself properly in a res
pectable crowd. The independent
party, consisting of a trio Henry
Waterhouse, the editor of the Advcr
tiser and Dr. Rodgers next demand
ed his attention. The doctor's rest
lessness ho was unable to attribute
to the dissolving view of the proa
peels of an olllcc with a salary paid
by the Government or soun thing else.
But he would tell a story to illustrate
his opinion of the doctor, if the repot t
ers would mark the place of one little
woid with a dash. The story referred
to a doctor who was "h - on Ills," and
he proceeded to pledge himself, if
elected, to do all he could" to provide
Dr. Rodgcrs with an office that would
keep him from practicing medicine
(Laughter.) Mr. Neumann said he
believed in speaking one's mind hon
estly, aud he would shy ho would be
m favor of abolishing the whole con
tract labor system whenever such be
came practicable. He objected to
the bringing in of laborers from
India, because they were Mahoui
medans and the population here was
heterogeneous enough. Yet he was
neither fool nor knave to assert that
he would be in favor of shutting the
doors to all classes of field labor.
(Applause.) Coming to the consti
tutional convention question, the
bpeaker urged that every sensible
man in the community was opposed
to any more revolutionary changes
of constitution in this country. He
was sure every member of the
Mechanics' Union was of this mind.
(Applause.) With regard to the
treaty, he knew as much about the
pioposed treaty as any of the candi
dates before the country, and that
was nothing (laughter) ; yet the
candidates of the Liberal party were
shouting that they would have noth
ing to do with it. The talk of an
nexation really amounted to nothing.
When lie was in Washington lie talk
ed with some of those high in the
councils of the nation, aud they
talked of our lovely climate, of the
beauty of Diamond head, the indus
try of the place, the good looks of
the women, and that was about all.
It was time enough to make up our
minds about joining the Union when
we are asked. Like the young lady
in a story told in Life, when she was
asked why she wouldn't marry Mr.
Staunton. "Well," she replied,
"father objects to his finances,
mother objects to his family, I
don't like his habits, and besides
he has not asked me yet." Mak
ing a closing reference to Mr.
Waterhouse, the speaker compared
his position, in being left out of a
regular ticket, with that of a man loo
heavily "loaded," who was tumbled
out of an omnibus in New York.
When he found himself on the side
walk he asked if there was an "ex
plosion," "runaway," etc., and bo
ing each lime answered in the nega
tive remarked, "Oh, if I hud known
everything was all tight I shouldn't
have got out. (Applause.)
Mr. More announced that owing to
the bad weather and the absence of
an interpreter the meeting would
then disperse. This it did about 9
A preservative nuiiist ( rotting,
decay, fungus, etc., of wood and stone.
Will jneserve any kind of wood above
or under pound or WiiUr and pio
Iiiiik its life at le:tt 100 percent.
Will keep oil' all (-oris of ini-cols,
vei min oi ulber oneniio-. of wood.
Will piovent r.iUund mice gnawing
wood con led with it.
Will foice all iiioie-tm o out of wood
without closing the poico.
Will picvcnt thiiiKlet, cOitt'd willi
it, from lotting, entcking or winning.
Will pievent rope tienti'd with il
fiom rotting, caus-ing it to lomuin
pliable and excelling tur coating.
Teneilos will not attack timber
coated with it.
G'nibolincum aeiiuihih diCrf not
contain acids or pononoin. iiigiediontx
injiuious to the Much of wood.
Tbo following ih an extinct fiom
the London "Building Woild:" "The
diicclni-f of llio 1'iiliiliuo Ktiilwujh f-uy
of Carholiuciiiii WenuiiuH: "Two
lioiudb cut from one and the nunc
piece of pino, onu of which for the
sake of oxpuiinii'iil was painted with
Caibolineiim Av'ouariiis, and tbc
oilier left uupiuntul, weiu biuii d, and
af or it lajiMi of thieo yeuro dug up
and examined. The icnull whh, that
the wood to which thu Cm bo line in
AvcnarhiB hud been applied shewed
no Hik'iih of decay. whilnt tbo other
w.ib found to bo in a lotting condi
Ab a wood preservative il has no
For silo by
Tin: Hawaiian HAHnwwiti: Co., Li.,
Fori Htiunl, opposite Spreekuln.
For luht Hwi-atH
of consumption, gives speedy henolit.
J, w, wiMi:n,fii,,iiis. w,(i,w.vii:n,Mi)., iih.
WINTER & WINTER,
Olllco Hotel st., op). Y. .M. 0. A., ad
joining the Honolulu I. Unary.
Brunch Ollleu, ; : s 200 Kearny st., B. V.
' Ui Dental opciatlons fclllfully per
" formed at San Kraueleco prices;
which are HO percent cheaper than Hono
lulu prices; and if not as good us the
best Dentistry In Honolulu no charge
will ho niiulu. You need not go to San
Francisco for your Dentistry. Our gi eat
reduction In piiees the cltlens have de
manded, uiid we will supply the deinaiid.
WH ii.wi: Ollli TO Itr.MAIS j
DOT Call and get prices and save your
money, Wo ictuiii our thanks to the
citizens of Hawaii, Mnul and Kauai for
their llbuiul patronage aud bolluit a con
tinuance of the same,
Office Jlouits; 7 a. m. to 0 v. m
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
Tho undcrbigned, G. TROUSSEAU,
Adniinisliator, with the will annexed,
of the estate of His Into Majesty Kiv
lukutia, gives notice that pursuant lo
an older signed by tho Hon. A. F.
.lucid, Chief .fuslico of (be Supremo
Couit, dated December 28, 181)1, ho
will bell nt public auction at tho sales
loom of James F. Morgan, in Hono
Saturday, Fcb'y 13, 1892,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOO.W
All of tho light, lillo and Obtain of His
lalo Majesty in and to thu lands below
named for the purpose of paying thu
debts of said estutu.
fi TERMS CASH. Deeds at ex
pense of purehiibcis, viz:
1. LAND AT KOLOWALU,
Royal Patent, 2502, acres. Deed
from Nukookoo and wife. Liber 02,
2. LAND AT MANOA, OAIIU.
Royal Patent 4170, 2 10-1000 acres.
Deed from Pilii (w.) and 15ilu Kukuniu,
her husband. Liber 75, folio 103. Suh
jccl to leas-e to Mantua- A pint. Rent
$50 per iinuuni ; expires December 31,
3. LAND AT MANOA, OAIIU.
Koyal Patent 130,5 30-100 acres. Deed
fiom J. Kekuanui and wife. Liber 70,
4. TWO PIECES OF LAND
AT MANOA, OAIIU.
Ut. Land Commission Awaid 1!)50,
73-100 acre. 2nd. Royal Patent 2!),
3 55-100 acres. Second piece is sub
ject to leube to See Hop & Co. Rent
f(i0 per annum ; expires February 1,
5. LAND AT KULAOKAHUA,
Lots Nos. 370-378, Royal Patent 3121.
105,7-Jl bqmiic feet. Subject to leiibo
to John F. Colbuin. Rent $05 per
annum ; o.xpiies February 4, 1004.
0 and 7. LAND AT MOANALUA,
Apanas 2 and 3 of Royal Patent 420,
0 15 and 0.07 acics lospeclively. Deed
f i oni A. Kaoliko and wife. Liber 08,
folio 01. Ap.tnu 2 is subject to leiue
to G. J. Campbell. Rent $21 per an
num : expires June 27, 1003. Apiina
3 is biiluVct lo le.ibo to C. P Inukea,
triibtce lor Kaaua. Rent $40 per an
num ; expircb June 27, l'.)03.
8. ISLAND OF MOKUOEO.
11 acres. Dc-d from S. M. Damon
and wife. Lifer . Folio .
9. LAND AT AIEA,
Royal Patent 785, Koyal Patent
2875, 1 37-100 aereb, and Royal Patent
705, acre, 3 chains and 33-100. Deed
fiom J S McGrew and wife. Liber 70,
folio 291. 0-G1 acre subject to lease
to J Humphieys. Rent $10 per an
num. Expiies Sept 1, 1809.
10. AIIUPUAA OF KAUHIULA,
Royal Patent 5711, acres. Deed
from Kalolo. Liber 58, folio 193. Sub
ject to louse to llilo Sugar Company.
Kent $30 per annum. Expires June
11, AIIUPUAA OF KAIIAUALEA.
20,420 n'Mos. Deed from Lunalilo
estate. Liber 73, .'i.lio 213.
13. LAND AT KAALEO,
Koyal Patent 1003, 3 Apanu, 3 48-100
aciec. Deed fiom it R Kuikahi Liber
58, folio 271. Subject to lease to Kimo
Ivawuiobi. Rent $50 per annum. Ex
piies Feb 28, 1898.
14. LAND AT NUUANU, OAIIU.
Koyal Patent 4102, 98-100 acre.
lo. LANDS AT PAWILI,
ISLAND OP JiANAI.
Royal Patent 1929, 18 57-100 acres,
Royal Patent 1930, 29 70-100 acies
and 2 20 100 acres, and Roval Patent
1931, 18 30-100 acres. Total 08 83-100
acies. Deed from Kauui (k) ami
Ken n u (w). Liber 70, folio -118,
10. AIIUI'UAA OF KIIIAPU
IIALA, HANA, JIAUI,
Grant 8255, 20 1-10 acres. Deed from
K.ihaiiu, July 20, 1880. Liber 01,
17. LAND AT KUALAl'A,
300 acres. Deed from L. Isaac, Oct
31, 1882. Liber 74, folio 407. Subject
to le.ibo to M Kealohu, Rent $50 per
annum, Expires Nov I7 1903.
18. LAND AT OMAOPiU,
Grant 1908, 173 acres. Deed from
Kuniuku, Mar 3, 1881, Liber 80, folio
214. Subject to leubo t.i H M Kuuukai
and J II Wuipuiluni. Ron I $50 per
milium. Expires Feb 4, 1901.
19. A OF AIIUI'UAA OF NUU,
Land Commission Award 0239, 12,140
acres. Deed from Ilaukoki, Liber
59, folio 89, Subject to leiibo to J 0
Floics mid others.
20. LAND AT WAIKLI,
Royal Patent 3214, Apanu 1, 12J
acies. Royal Patent 2801, 375-1000
of an acre. Deed from Muliou. Aug
21, 1880. Liber 100, folio 2UJ. Sub
ject lo lease to O M V Kaulti. Rout
$25 per annum. Expires Feb 4, 1901.
21, LAND AT l'AKALA.
Royal Patent 1729 Apanu 2, 1 17-100
acics. Deed from I), W. Krawe. July
18th, 1878. 'Liber 55, folio 278.
22. LAND AT KKLAWEA.
Royal Patent 1729, 4 acres 31 perches,
and 4 acres 37 peichcs. Same deed as
23. LAND AT WAIANAE.
1 acre, 2 roods, 21 perches. 2 Apanas.
Same deed us No. 21.
21. LAND AT PANAEWA.
Royal Patent 1727. 318-1000 of an
acre, and Royal Patent 2741, 5J acres.
Deed from Kulola. Liber 58, folio 193..
Subject to lease to Campbell and Isen
berg. Rent $00 per annum. Expires)
Nov. 7. 1897.
25. LAND AT WAIOKAMEA.
Deed from Hanukoku. Liber 59,
20. LAND AT LAIIA1NA, MAUI.
Deed fiom John T and Robert II
Raker. Liber 87, folio 270.
27. LAND AT LAHAINA, MAUI.
Royal Patent, 4390, Deed from liana
Lilikalani and others. Liber 91, folio
28. LAND AT WAIMANALO,
Royal Patent 550. Apanu 1 and 2,
3 15-100 acies. Deed from Kahoo
puipiu (w), Liber 39, lolio 405. Sub
ject to leuso to J A Cummins. Rent
$10 per annum. Expires February 4,
29. LAND AT KAILUA,
Grant 290G, Apanu 2, 5 75-100 acres.
Deed from Opuniomona. Liber 01,
folio 100. Subject to leiuo to Cbas
Minim. Rent $10 per annum. Ex
pires June 27. 1903.
30. LANDS AT KANEOIIE AND
Deedfioni John Kuluauula and others.
Liber 88, folio 245.
31. LANDS AT KAPAKA.
Royal Patent 0504, 2 Apann, 873-1000
acre and $ acre. Royal Patent 1442,
2 Apanu, 0.20 acre and 0.50 acre-.
Deed fiom S W Kuaiwa and wife.
Liber 90, folio 490.
And if not sullicient lo pay thu
debts of said estate the following:
32. LAND AT KUKULUAEO,
KAMA, HONOLULU, OA11U.
Royal Patent 1990 2 Apana, 1 3-4
ucies and 35 100 uoi. Deed fiom
Kuhoopttipui, Libei 39, folio 405.
33. LAND AT IWILEI, OAIIU,
58 8-10 acres. Dee'd from Estato of J
II Coney. Liber 95, folio 424. Sub
ject to tho following leases, viz t
1. Leuso to A F Cooke, $00 per
annum. Expiies June 1, 1900.
2. Lcuse to II Ericksen, $25 per
annum. Expires March 1, 1891.
3. Leiibo to John Ena, $110 per an
num. Expires June 1, 1898.
4. Leuso to John Ena, $50 per an
num. Expires April 1, 189S.
34. LAND AT PAWAA,
22 45-100 acres more or loss. Deed
from C II Judd. Liber 101, folio
129. Subject to lc-ite to E. C. Mac
failane. Rent $130 per annum. Ex
pires February 4, 1901.
35. ILI OF WAIELI, W AIM ALU,
L C A 8525 H, part 3,455 acres more
or less. Deed from Hon C Ulukou
and wife. Liber 58, folio 128, Subject
to leabo to L McOuudlcss. Rent $50
per annum. Expires January 1, 1890.
30. ILI OF KAPAAKEA,
Royal Patent 4499, 2 Apanu, 31 1-2
acres and 4-10 acres, and sea aud
stream fishery of Wuhulou, 53 acres.
Deed fiom W C Parke, Administra
tor Estate of Kanainu. December 5,
1878. Liber 58, folio 1. Subject to
lease to Sing Cliong.
37, LAND AT KALIIII, OAIIU,
known as Kamanaiki, Royul Patent
3423, 455 aorcs. Deed from C P
Iuukca, October 31, 1887. Subject to
lease to Manuel Uurrutt. Rent $150
per annum. Expiies November 1,
gflfFor further particulars inquiro
JAS. P. MOllGAN,
(Signed.) G, TROUSSEAU.
Administrator with tho Will annexed
of thu Estato of II M Kalukuuu,
deceased, 320 25t
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public forjhe Lland of Oanu.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments to La
bor Conti acts.
Agent to Grant Maniago Licenses, Ho
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands of Pitt &
Scott's Fi eight & Parcels Express.
Agents for tho uurlliigton Route.
Real Estate Broker & ISfu1
Hell Tele. 3 18.iar5V Mutual Tele. 18U.
p. o. itox an,
t&f Okkici:; N0.U8 Merchant street,
Honolulu, Onhu, li. I. jan 1)2
Young Cocoanut Trees
fiSJ" Apply at the
320 lui King street,