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NOTICE TO MARINERS,
During thoproeos-s of deepening the
channel ut t ho enlfunco to Honolulu
harbor the Dredger yill bo in opera
tion night and day. At flight there
will bo n danger signal placed on the
forward deriiek of Dredger about 30
feol above tea level, which can bo seen
by all vessels approaching the harbor.
The signal consists lied Ited
of three rod lights
and a while light
as in the diagram, White
tho red lights being
about 3 feet apart
with tho white light
mi tho center. lied
All steamers crossing tho bar will
Htop at u safe distance from tho Dred
ger and give one blast of their whistle
which will be answered by a single
blast from tho Dredger, to be fol
lowed by three blasts from the Dredg
er when the passago te clear mid they
can proceed. r
Tho Tug will be on hand when not
otherwise engaged to assist sailing craft
in passing tho Dredger when neces
sary. 0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, March 9, 1892.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the bonis for using water foi
irrigation purposes are from G to 8
o'clock a. m., and -1 to G o'clock p. m.
until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu " ater Works.
Q. N. Spcncek,
Minister of the Interior.
t'irdttU to lieitlur Heel nor Party,
Hut ntablithfd for the brnrtit of all.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1892.
Wi:uxi:si)AY, June 15.
Assembly convened at
dent Walker in the chair. Prayer by
the Chaplain. Heading of minutes
by Secretary' McCarthy and Inter
preter Wilcox. Minutes approved as
The following petitions were pre
sented and referred :
B3 Rep. Kauiaiioha, from Kohala,
that the present form of government
be ictained. Judiciary Committee.
Uy Rep. Koahou, from Kolou,
Kauai, that neither Pearl Harbor nor
any other portion of this Kingdom be
ceiled for a new treaty. Foreign Re-
. lations Committee.
Ri p. Waipulani, that the Hawaiian
Kingdom be not annexed to the Unit
ed Slates. Foreign Relations Com
Ri'p. Waipuilani gave notice of a
met ling of the "Permanent Settlement.-)"
committee at 1 o'clock.
Rep. Koahou asked for an exten
sion of time for the "Opium Com
mittee" to report. Granted.
Rep. Smith read for the first time
a hill relating to the codification of
the penal laws of the Kingdom.
Noble J. M. Horner read for the
llrst time a bill to abolish the oilice of
Rep. Kapaliu offered a resolution
ordering the Minister of Interior to
postpone the division and sale of cer
tain land at Kan, Hawaii, until action
be taken on a bill before the House.
After a running lire of comment
on tli o resolution, on ruling by the
chair that it was out of order, an ap
peal from the chair and a controversy
nb to whether au appeal was debat
able or not, the retention was finally
returned to the introducer.
Under suspension of the rules No
ble Neumann, from the Judiciary
Committee, presented a majority re
port signed by himself, Noble Peter
son and Rep, Smith on the question
of Hie constitutionality of the enact
ing clause of Rill No, 13, stating
that "tho title of said bill as en
grossed 1b correct and in conformity
with constitutional and statutory re
quirements in using the words Queen
nod Moi in tho enacting clause."
The chairman also read a minority
report on the same subject to the
ffect that it was the opinion of the
minority that Article 7G of the Con
stitution imperatively prescribes the
use of the word "King" in the enac
ting clause. The formula thereby
described is prcclbe and definite, and
they do not think it can lie safely, or
ntij.lit to bo, departed from, Signed
.by 0. W. Ashford and Win. White.
Noble Walbridge moved the ud-
..'ifritou pf the majority report.
Rep. Ivamauohn moved tho adop
tion of tho minority report.
Rep. Kancalii moved that the nycs
and nays be taken on the question of
Rep. White was very strongly in
favor of the minority report; ho
based his argument upon tho un
doubted authority of "Daniel Web
ster's dictionary" which .plainly
showed the definition of tho words
king nnd queen. They should fol
low the wording of the Constitution
although it was a very unreliable in
strument frotiAhc cause of its hasty
Noble Neumann interrupting
"Rep. Ashford helped lo makclt."
Rep. Ashford, "Yes, but only tho
good parts are of 1113' construction."
Rep. White (continuing) coun
selled Hie gathering together of nil
the native members to oppose this at
tempt to net unconstitutionally.
Noble Neumann advanced again
opinions previously expressed by him
on the subject and to the effect that
it was eminently proper to construe
tho Article in the Constitution to ap
ply to the reigning person.
Rep. Ashford considered that this
was a mere question of construction
of the law and should be devoid of
all personal or political rancor. He
believed that the clause in the Con
stitution was mandatory and could
not be evaded.
Noble Ena said that the matter
was being given an importance it did
not deserve. It occupied too much
valuable time. There was no doubt
but that now the whole House was
interested. He wa9 satisfied that
tho word Moi means Sovereign. The
speaker read from the first five Arti
cles of the Constitution and showed
that the word "men" was continually
used, but that did not debar women.
Rep. Ashford Will the honora
ble gentleman allow me to state that
it is well known that man embraces
Noble Neumann Then, let me
ask, why not a King embrace a
Queen? (Continued laughter.)
Rep. Nawahi said that the argu
ment showed more evidence of the
hasty and ill-considered thought given
to the framing of the 1887 Constitu
tion. Had heard that that Constitu
tion was framed on a Sunday : he
therefore judged that the Lord had
a hand in upsetting the intended
plans of the unlawful workers.
Moved the ayes and nays.
On vote being taken on the motion
to adopt the minority report the re
sult was as follows, almost a strict
color line being drawn, viz. :
Ayes Nobles Pua, Hoapili j Reps.
Bipikane, Ashford, Aki.Kauhi, Bush,
Nawahi, Koahou, Kaunamano, Ka
raauoha, Waipuilani, Kapaliu, Nahi
uu, White, Kancalii, Edmonds, Ka
luna, losepa, Akina ; total 20.
Noes Ministers Spencer, Whit
ing; Nobles Berger, Enn, Macfar
Inne, Peterson, Cummins, Williams,
Neumann, Kauhane, J. M. Horner,
Hind, Marsden, Young, Baldwin, W.
Y. Horner, Walbridge, Anderson,
Thurston, Wilcox, Dreier; Reps.
Wilder, Smith, Wilcox ; total 24.
Absent Ministers Parker, Wide
mnnu ; Nobles Cornwell, .Kanoa ;
Reps. Pua, R. AY. Wilcox.
On motion the majority report was
adopted and at 12:05 Assembly took
recess until 1:30 p. in.
WEST MAUI NOTES.
The Circuit Court of Wailuku re
convened at 9 a. in. June 13, Judge
R. F. Bickerton presiding.
Kikai (k.), selling liquor without
license at Labuina. Verdict guilty,
Laukau (k.), malicious injury,
fouud guilty and sentenced to forty
days' hard labor.
The Court then called the defend
ants in the case of Regina vs. Pulolo
et al. up for sentence, as follows :
Pulolo, the young woman who was
the most active in the horrible mur
ders at Awalua, Lunai, and the chief
defendant in the case, was sentenced
to life imprisonment, vjthtwo other
charges of murder still pending.
Kala, father of the murdered boy,
30 years; and Kakaia, Kcliikuowa
and Keola, 20 years each ; the other
live defendants having been dis
charged on nol. pros, as reported in
my last letter. Thus ended part first
in the trial of the most remarkable
aud revolting murder ever enacted in
this Kingdom, if not in the world.
A malicious injury case, Kapule,
defendant, is now on before the
Court. Particulars in my next.
The briantine J. D. Snreckels.
Christianson master, arrived at Ka-
hului June 13 at 8 a. in., 12 days
from San Francisco. Zio.
Juno 14, 1892.
CORPUS GHRISTI DAY.
To-morrow being Corpus Christi
Day, services at tho Catholic Cathe
dral will be as follows: G and 7
o'clock a. m., Low Muss; 9 a. m.,
Military Mass for the men of the
Austrian man of war Fasana; 10
u, in., High Mass; 3 p. in., Rosary
and sermon and benediction of the
Miss Mahy LYi.E,lutely book-keeper
with Eguu & Quiiii, is prepared to do
stenographing and typo-writing al
moderate rates. Graduato of Heald'u
Iliitfiiiebs College, Sun Kianoisco.
Olllco Willi 0. J. McCaitliy, !!5 Mer
chant street. 2-1 in
T11KO. II. DAVIES & CO.'S Storo
X will bo closed on FKIDAY, tho
17th Inst., for Stock taking. 147 3t
NOTICE Is beieby given that Whig
Yick of Honolulu, having made
an assignment to K, Podeyn of Hono
lulu', all claims against said Wing Yick
must be seal to suid K. Podeyn within
tutee mouths fioui dutu, or they will bo
forever burred. K J'ODKYN,
Asslgui e uf the Estate of Wing Ylck.
. Honolulu, Juuo 15, 18'J2. 447 St
Auction Seles by James F. Morgan,
TO-MORROW, Juno lGth,
A.T 3.3 NOON,
I will soil at Public Auction, at my
Salesrooms, for account of whom It
M. S. Q. & CO.
55 COILS OF ROPE !
Damaged on voyago of Importation per
bark "Fooling Suey" from
Terms Cash In U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. V. MORGAN,
Auction Soof Stacks
On THURSDAY, Juno lGtli,
AT l!i O'CLOCK NOOSf.
At mv Salesroom, Queen Irrcet, I will
sell at Public Auction,
10 Shares later-Island Steam
Nav. Co.'b Stock.
50 SharoB Hawaiian Toa &
10 Shares of Wilder's Steam
ship Co.'s Stock.
2 Bonds of Oahu Railway &
$1000 Each. Terminal Division 7
10 Shares Union Feed Co.'b
Par Value 50.
12 ShareB Paia Plantation
Par Value $100.
And to close the Estate of J. P. B. Mar
10 ShareB of C. Brewer & Co.,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Lailorfs Notice of Sale !
Having heretofore, to wit, on the
25th I'uy of May, 1892, distrained for
arrears of rent of tho Chinese Theater
premises, King street, the following
Goods and Chattels, to wit:
8 Chests containing Chinese Cloth
ing, Garments and Paraphernalia,
MaskB, Fans and Sundries used m
Chinese plays, 1 Chinese Joss, Lumps,
Large Clock, Small Clock, Lanterns,
Chairs, Tables, Flags, Funs, Orna
ments, Chinese Musical Instruments,
Chinese Weapons, Sofas, Step Lad
ders, etc., etc, all used in said Chi
nese Theater, the same being the pro
perty of Chook Pan On & Co.
Notice is hereby given that in case
of non-payment of Mich arrears of
rent and costs within 15 days from
this date the said Goods and Cnattels
will be sold at Public Auction, to wit,
on MONDAY, the 27th day of Juno
iust., at 12 o'clock noon of said day,
it the Chinese Theater premises on
ICing street, Honolulu, near the Oahu
Railway & Lund Co.'s oilice.
YIM QUM and
Dated Honolulu, June 10, 1892.
FOH SAN FItANOISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, June 21st,
jgy The undersigned are now pre
pared to Issue Through Tickets from
this city to all poluts hi tho United
t&" For further particulars regarding,
Freight or Passage, apply to
Wm, 0. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
440 Ot General Agents.
Per S. S. "Australia.''
At The Beaver Saloon,
II. J. NOL.TK, Proprietor.
A MEETING of Stockholders of the
llulku Sugar Co. will be held on
THUHSbAY, Juuo 10, 18U2, at 10:80
o'clock a. M.,.at the olllco of Castle &
Cooko. J. U. ATHEHTON.
414 4t Secretary.
(JIUOKiSNS FOK SALE!
rpiJE Enterprise Dairy litis
X some Fine ChlckeiiF, In
cluding Half-black Spanish,
liuff Scotch, Leghorn aud
lirahuia llreeds for sale,
Mutual Telephone No. 057. 110 Ct
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
RECEIVERS SiLE ON FORKCLOStiRE,
Fursuniit to'an order of Honorable
S. 13. Dole, Justice of tho Stip'remo
Cotnt, dated tho 7th day of June, A.
1). 1892, and npulo in u certain suit in
Equity brought by O.BOLTE, plain tiff,
against L. AKAU and others, defend
ants, for tlio foreclosure of a cortain
mortgage datetl December HO, 1885, of
record in Liber 99, page 10G, ex
ecuted by L. AKAU of Waiiiiaiialo,
Oahu, and by Duck Joy and L.
Akuii, co-partners under muno of
WING JOY KEE CO. of Wiiiinanalo,
Oahu; mill by Ung Wn, L. Aktiu,
Sing Quon, Ah Quoti, Ah Mi mid
Ohick Sang, qvpartnois u n
of (iUONG LHE CO. of W11
and by Akungi Anong, Ah Sun, Ah
Ohai, Aug Gong and L. Akau, co
partners under .name of MAU SING
& CO. of Wainianalo; and by L.
Akau, San Oliecn, Ah Cheong, Le
Cheong, Ah Hu, Walloon, Ah Leong,
Pang Kow and Hong Lop, co-partners
under the firm name of TAILEE CO.
of Wainianalo; and L. Akau, Ah Choi,
Walloon mid Wo Chung Co., co-part-..nors
under tho firm nanio of KVONG
11UU.R. uu. oi wainiunuio; unu uy
Am Ngin,Tai Chin, Tin Bun and Tung
Lau, copartners under name of
KWONG SING CO. of Wainianalo;
mortgagors, to C. Bolto, mortgagee; I
will sell at Public Auction at tho auc
tion rooms of J. F. Morgan, auqtion
cer, on Queen street, in Honolulu,
Oahu, at 12 o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, the 18th day of June, A. D.
1892, free from ull incumbrances all
tho Property and Premises in
cluded in said mortgage and all tho
mortgagor's right in Equity therein.
The Property is as follows :
1 Lease from tho Wainianalo Sugar
Company to Lau Akau & Co., (Wing
Joy Kco Co.), dated February 1, 1881,
of record in Book 08, page 403, for
the term of Eighteen years from
January 1, 1881.
2 Lease from tho Wainianalo Sugai
Compiiny to Kwong Lee Co. (Quong
Leo &. Co.), dated February 1, 1881,
of record in Book 08, page 407. for
the term of eighteen years from Jan.
3 Lease from the Wiiimanalo Sug
ar Co., to Mau Sing Co. and Kwong
Hock Co., dated February 1, 1881, of
record in Bonk 08, page 481, for the
term of eighteen years from January
4 Lease from the Wiiimanalo Sug
ar Co. to Tai Lee & Co., dated Janu
ary 1, 1881, of record in Book 68, page
470, for the term of eighteen years
from January 1, 1881.
5 Lease from tho Wainianalo Sug
ar Co. to Tai Sing & Co., dated Feb.
12, 1881, of record in Book 08, pages
474-7, for tho term of eighteen years
from the lst.of January, 1881.
0 Loaso.from the Wainianalo Sug
ar Co. lo life Kwong Hock Co., Iutod
Feb. 1, 1881, of record in Book 08,
page 477, for the term of eighteen
yours from January 1, 1881.
7 Lease from the Wiiimanalo Sug
ar Co. to Mau Sing & Co. and the
Kwolig Hook Co., dated February 1,
1881, of record in Book 08, p ige 481,
for tlfe term of eighteen years from
January 1, 1881.
8 Lease fro'm the Wainianalo Sug
ar Co. to the Kwong Sing Co., dated
August 9, 1884, of record in Book 89,
page .i.iU, lor too term ol eighteen
years from January 1, 1884.
Also personal property mortgaged
by L. Akuu and other at Waiminiiilo
to C. Bolte, as follows :
KWONO HOOK COMPANY OH KWONO
1 rice mill, 1 paddy storo house, 5
houses, cook house, shed, etc.; 28
burses, 16 pair oxen, 22 yokes and
chains, 10 saddles, 3 ox curts, 30 pitch
folks, 30 shovels, 30 spado, 45 hoes,
4 inutloeki', 24 cane knivcf, 8 nets har
ness, 15 ploughs, 1 liuriow, 10 niarci.
and colte,7y pigs, 67 acres r'.pe wine,
5 acres young cane, 1 cuttle brand.
1 house, 4 horses, 50 hoes, f0 on no
knives, -1 ploughs, 13 shovels, 0
spades, 9 yokes and 13 chains, 10
pitch forks, 3 saddles, 8 mattocks, 12
pigs, 130 acres ripe cano, 50 acres
TAI RINQ COMPANY.
1 house, 8 horses,
KWONQ SINO COMPANY.
1 hoiiBC, 2 horses, 4 mules, 10 acres
ripe cane, CO acres young cano.
WING JOY KEK COMPANY.
1 house, 10 horses, 2 mules, 3
ploughs, 3 do., 11 iron chains, 31
shovels, 21 spades, 00 hoes, 12 pitch
forks, 51 cano knives, 20 mattocks, 1
harrow, 4 saddles, 14 sots hurnoss, 22
pigs, 2 ox carts, 33 acres ripo cane,
217 acres young cano.
TAI LEG COMPANY.
1 house. 4 horses, 10 oxen, 1 ox
cart, 4 ploughs, 3 shovels, 0 spades, 1
harrow, 14 iron oliains, 14 yokes, 70
hoes, 30 cane knives, 0 pitch forks, 3
saddles, 2 sets harness, 21 lengths of
Hume, GO acres ripo cano, 181 acres
gj0T And also all otbor property
of said mortgagors, which is covered
by said moitgugo, whether specified
hero in detail or not.
gjtt Tho leases aud leaseholds are
subject to all the terms uud condi
tions therein contained.
gjtt Deeds at oxponso of pur
chasers. A deposit of ton (10) per
cent of tlio sum bid will bo required
from bidder. Sale biibject to confir
mation by tho Court,
O. BOLTE, Receiver.
Honolulu, Juuo 7, 1802. 442-8U
When you wunc a Portrait
Enlarged cull on Kiii Uios.,
get their price list aiitl see
i sauuolea. They can't be beat.
THE MUTUAL LIFE
K1CIIAKI A. aicUUJUIV.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its mombcrs since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LIARS,
. Kb Now Distribution Policy is tho most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
" For full particulars apply to
5$. JLS. 1 . K.
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Auction Sales bj James F. Morgan.
Pasture Lands io Kapaliulii,
By order of Hon. S. B. Dole, I will
oiler for sale at Public Auction, at
my Salesroom, Queen street,
At la O'clock noon,
'The" Following Desirable Properties:
1 Lot 37 of tlio Knpnliiilu survey,
including an area of 455 acres and
fenced on tho easterly, westerly and
mauka sides with stono wall for tho
most part. This land is bounded
mauka by tho Waialuo road, easterly.
by Waiulao anil westerly by Lot 3a.
2 Lots 38, 33 and 31 of the Kupa-
hulu survey, including an area of
389J acres. Fenced in by stone wall
and wire fence and for a short dis
tance by a steep part of Diamond
Head. Bounded mauka by tho
Wuialao Bond, cdsiorly by Lot 37,
westerly by tho ili of Pahoa and ma
kai by Park lots, and bus an outlet on
tho Park and a water supply for
stock. This land is cleared of luntana
for about of its aiea.
3 A portion of the Ili of Pahoa
lying west of tho last mentioned land
with tho Waialap road Ekirting its
mauka side. The new Kupahulu
road cuts across its westerly end.
Area 73 acres. Fenced on its east
lOSF" All of these Lands furnish
considerable pasture during a large
part of tho year nnd contain a yearly
increasing growth of algeroba trees,
which, furnish u largo amount of feed
JAS. F. MOBG-AN,
The undersigned, Alakema Nuono,
Administrator of tho Estate of Ka
pik'a Nuono, deceased, by virtue of an
order of sale niadu by the Hon. S. B.
Dolu, unu oi tho Justices of tho Kup
icmc Court, dated. May 27,-1892, will
sell at Public Auction, for the pur
pose of paying the debts of suid de
ceased On SATUItlXtY, Juno ISUi,
AT 1 O'VliOUIt XOOX,
At the Salesroom of Jus. F. Morgan,
in Honolulu, all of the following
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
Situated on tho west side Emma
street in Honolulu, nearly opposite
Emma Sifiuiro, lately occupied by
The Properly extends from Emmn
street to tho lime adjoining the Chi
nese Young Man's Christian Associa
tion and will.be hold in small lots.
Lots 1 and 2, 1G feet on Emma
slieot by 100 feet deep, aio leaned lo
Pung You Keo, 17 years lemaiiiing,
at 180 per annum.
In the leur t-niiill lots will be told
in sixes to suit purchasers.
Lot 12,90 feet on Emma i-treet by
150 feet deep, runiprifiCii the New and
Desirablu Hi'iibo lately oiootod by
said Nnonc. This is an unrivalled
opportunity- to obtain centrally situ
ated and easily lonlul propeilies.
gJF" A Map may be seen at .bih.
F. Morgan's auction rooms and fur
ther particulars there obtained.
Administrator Eblatu of ICapik.i
Naono. 443 7t
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EXECUTOR'S SALE OF tfEAL
Under and by vlituo of an order Is
sued out of the Supiomo Court, In Pro
bate, dated tlio tilth day of May, 181)'.',
niton the petltiou of Alex. J. Curtwrlght,
Executor of tho last will and testament
of Eliza J. Holt, deceased, praying for
an order for, leave to sell reiiain Real
Estate belonging to said decedent's es
tate, I inn directed by the said A, J.
Cartwright, Executor as afoicsuld, to
offor at Public Auction at my Salesroom,
in Honolulu, on SATURDAY, the 1-tli
day of Juno, 18!)2, at 12 noon ot that
day. all and singular tho following des
cribed pieces or parcels of hind :
1 All that l'leco or Paicel of Lund
situate at Knpuiikolo. In Honolulu, con
taining h-io oi uu acre, ami uu'eiiucu in
Royul Patent 10H0, 1,, C. A. 10:19, leased
to J. F. Colburii for 81 '20 rcr annum.
2 All that Piece or Parcel of Lund
situate at Kulawuhlne, In said Honolulu,
and known as tho "Dolron Promises,"
aud tho same as described hi Royal Pa
tent 1107. L. C. A. 1037.
8 All that Piece or Parcel of Land
situate on 1'oit struct, hi said Honolulu,
and occupied by J. J. Ciirdcn us a family
residence, lease expiring In May, 181)4,
yearly rental 84S0.
4 All that Pioeo or Paicel of Land
situate on Fort street, in said Honolulu,
and occupied by. W t'lark as u family
residence, yeiuly rental 9180.
5 -All those Certain Pieces or Parcels
of Lund situate ut Puluiuu aforesaid,
and being A (minis 1 and 2 of Royul Pa
tent 2501, L. U. A 201)5 and Apulia 2 of
Royal Patent 2817, L. C. A. H370, under
Jens" to Ah In ut a yeiuly rental of 980.
The above sale is uiiido subject to cou
lh'iiiiitioii by the C'ouft Issuing the order
I- Terms Cash in U. H. Gold Coin,
Heeds ut the expense of tho purchaser
For fuitlior particulars apply to A. J
JAS, F. MORGAN,
HAVE OPUNED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahumanu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Lane AwiMl of New Goois wt-" Bomotb."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Wb.ro.
New Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES,. TUMBLERS,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Ice GKBSts k MrtEoriitoB,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantat'on Tools, Implements & Supplies
Yacuuni Oil Co.'s
Always tho sumo; m:ulo by a special
process auu always rename.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWAKB CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block,- Fort & Merchaut streets.
tirm " -
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A LARGE INVOICE OF -THESE
JUST RECEIVED BY
IO! fort Street, : : .
1 04 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
. Adeline - - -. . ' ;
Guurantccd to" be Fust Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses t Children.
6r The Adeline Black HtockingH are the Hent Made -19
DUVAL PREMISES, 31
lteretuuli street, onno-
slto Fort-Btieet Church. APt
R. 1. LILLIK.
At Tlieo, H. DuvIub & Co.
OF NEW YORK.
- - "o va
,8bl - .WeZt
i : Honolulu. II. I.
'fVO cicely Furnished
X Rooms centrally located.
Enquire 1!uj.i.istin Oilice.
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