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SATURDAY, .JUNE 25, 18U2.
fttmr IChiati from Maul unil Hawaii
Sttnr James Makeu from Kapaa.
Slmr Hawaii Iroin Muhukuiia
Stun- .Mokolll trom Moluknl and Maul
S S Yamashlro Maru, Brown, for Yoko
hama and lloimknug
llr ship ltcnmorc, .Jenkins, for Situ Fran
cisco VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stinr O It I Uhop for Walanao, Walalim
and Kahuku at 12 m
Stmr Wiilidoale for Itahulul and ports
St inr Mokolll for Moloknl
Stmr Jab Jlakee for Kanal
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
JStinr Kinau 0911 bags sugar, lull sheep,
:t hoi.-es, 1 mule, 10 cattle, 40 pig-,
1811 cs pineapples, 27"i bags spud,
110 bags corn, 51 pkgs hides, mill 170
Stmr James Mukeo 2171 bags lice, -15
bags rice bran, and 5 pkgs sundries.
From Maul and Hawaii per steamer Ki
nau, .Iune2." -G II Mixer, Win II bcholl
hoou, Geo Kosj. wife anil elilld, l)r (' B
Wood. F Waldroii, Dr W 11 Wlntur,
.lodge W Foster. J K Itunton, W Bei
Jowitz, UTUall, T llunlies, .Mrs Kalaull,
W W Uruiier, Or Uelinla, Win Hiekey.
Mrs T It Mossinan, child and servant,
.Mrs Kapahil and daughter, Miss lieekv
.loseph, Mrs W II Daniels, T Wolff, S
Both, DeUliong, II SWoorton, R I.urcry
and U7 deck.
The Iiritish ship Benniore, Captain B
A Jenkins, sailed tills nfleinouii fo.r f-au
Franeisco carrying 31,210 bags of sugar,
weighing :i,()82,V!-l,,i jioiinds uud valued at
4102.2HU liy. Tbis is one ot the largcsi
cargoes of sugar oulwaul cairied by a
'1'ne baik Albert will not leave until
Tuesday ii.oruing for San Francisco.
Tbo baikenliue S G Wilder Is llfteen
days out from mih Francisco.
June 1!), 'ailed from Uilo. bark Har
vester, Capt Kock, for San Francisco,
with a cargo of sugar. Passenger, Miss
Tin: nites of the Volcano Houte
appear iu to-day's Bulletin.
A. B. Naonk will not be lesponsiblu
ior any debts without bis order.
AiTi:n siuiMiig use (Jiicumber Skin
'Louie. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
riiiNituiiN relieved at once by Cu
. cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
The Biuiiswick bilhaid pailorw are
the moat elegant jileastue lesort in
The llonoraiy Board of Comniis
sioners of tho Wold's Pair will meet
on Monday morning in the Chamber
of Commerce room
Dui.lCJOOs ciiiiue .ind clioi-oiale will
bo served ewiv morning e.ulv at the
J'nl.u-c lie t'linin l'ailois, l,udwigen1
V. (Jmui. H"ii 1 slieel. 1-tf
'1'wo t'lles of pieces of Government
land on Hawaii will lake place on
Saliuday, July 23, .it the fiout ei.
trunce of Aliiolani Halo.
Tin: "linn turn proper" in Haviland
China so the public is informed by
thudcalcis in that famed article tho
Hawaiian Haidwaru Co.
Ki;iuci:j) prices arc just what every
body is looking for tliusu times, and
can find them at tho Temple of
Fashion. Seo list of goodr, reduced.
Dkkkfmaki.no, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' bouses. J'erfect iit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 711 Bore
tuni.iblreet, or Mntuul telephone O'.IO,
before 8 a. in. or f):!i0 p. in. S-Ilni
William Jb Wjrr Alexandeu has
copyrighted bis work entitled, "A
Brief History of tho Hawuiian i'o
jile," for twenty yeais and has assigned
his right, title and inteiest to the
Board of Education.
The Volcano House Co, have made
urrungomuiitb for a special exclusion
trip in July to Maiiua l.o.i and the
crutnr of Mokii.nvcoweo. Tbo sum of
$100 will include all expenses and a
btay of three days at the Volcano,
Mian Maiiy hYLi:,latuly book-kuoj)or
with Egan it Gunn, is prepaied to do
htunoyrapbing and tyiie-writiug ill
moderate rales. Graduate of Heald's
Business College, Sail Fiaucisco.
Ollleo with C. J. MeCuitby, !l.r) Mer
chant bIiccI. 2-lin
Tin) fraternity of houso cuipuiiterh
bus htruclc u new vein of uilveroity,
but thiu lime the fault is not truce
able to tbo Alolviiilcy hill, A profus.
hioniil geiitleiiiur, rubuliiig not fur
from oiii niiilomil lioailiiiailer, In to
uilil it new wing to li i e cattle, No
niiiouiil of cuiivhmIiib" will Illdllt'O
1 1 i tn to iiiuulve lender;) for llu woik,
ilk Im i ihiuhUiilly of Ihu opinion Unit
llai (trivutit uuiitruul n,)'li)in In tint best
wliyit iluuiwil" uiuliiti'yiiirt' ii tmilyr
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mechanic Engine Co N . 2 will
Imvo u drill this afternoon.
Diamond Ukaij, 12 m. Weather
clear, wind fresh northeast.
J. F. Moiioan will hold a sale of
land tit Xitipaipni at noon Monday.
Tub Y. M. O. Club will meet to
morrow iiUeriioou at 1 oVlook nl the
Tiik band will give its li'gular con
cert at Emma Square this nfleinouii
at -1 :'M o'clock.
IIkh Sbijesty lilt Queen and suite
will attend the concert to bo given
this evening at ICiiwaialiao Church.
Tin: Crescent" arc confident, a little
too much so pei haps, of defeating tho
Honiilulus in the game of baseball
.li'Doi: Win. Foster returned by the
steamer Kinau this morning from a
plea sine trip to Hawaii, and presided
at to-day's l'olice Court session.
Fuiday having been St. John's Day
religious services were held at the
Koinan Catholic Cathedral, the St.
Louis school children attending.
J. F. Moiioan bought a $160 Colum
bia roadster safety iu fust-class condi
tion at, auction to-day for $23. Hon.
J. 1 Dowaett was a competitor for the
A very interesting scene can bo
witnessed iu the harbor every evening
in tbo bout practice for races on tho
Fourth. No less than eight crows were
out last evening.
Tickets for the concert ut Kawaia
liao Church this evening can bo had
of tbo principal business houses in
town. The entertainment is for the
bcncfilof the ICau ii Industrial School
A PoitTuauESE named John Bice
Silvu celebrated bis 64th birthday yes
terday in grand stylo, a la Portuguese,
at Makiki. Numerous friends were
presont to congratulate the gentleman
on his years.
A youno lad named Hoopii was
brought up in tho Police Court this
morning charged with truancy. When
asked if he would leave off playing
hokey, lie gave a negative answer and
said bo would rather go to the Ke
fornuitory school. The l'olice Justice
committed the hid to thu Kefornnitory
school for one year.
The Queen has let several of her
oo birds free in the Palace enclosure.
People are requested to be careful, in
taking shots at feathered objects, noi
to mistake any of theso valuable birds
for others. Tho oo is the bird from
which the two yellow feathers under
each wing are drawn for the world
famed Hawaiian cloaks, mantles, etc.
Her Majesty the Queen entertained
at breakfast this morning: His Ex.
W. II. lliee, Governor of Kauai, and
Mrb. Rice, Honorable 1). P. Isenberg
and Mrs. Glade, Keveicnd Alex.
Mackintosh and Airs. Mackintosh,
Hon. Charles B. Wilson und Mrs
Wilson, Mrs. Charles H. Chirk, and
Major James W. Kobcrtson, II. M.'s
Cai'ta in Thompson of the bark S
C Allen has reported four deserters
from his vessel to the police, and
offered $10 reward for their return to
the vessel. This is tho sailors' first,
trip on the Allen and thoy are non
union men. The crew bad some
difficulty with Union men, in which
n Union man was killed, previous to
the vessel's leaving San Francisco,
and the supposition is they are afraid
of going back on tho same vessel.
They have not yet beon caught.
Annie Keomakuni got off, on her
trial this morning, uudertbo chaigeof
larceny of $G0 from the house of 11.
H. Baker, Tho chief evidence
failed of being convicting in placing
the money in a big instead of a tin.
Tho two women were out to enjoy
themselves Saturday night, when Mrs.
Baker sent Annie back to the house
fur a square-faced bottle. It was after
he left the house that the money wiib
missing, and the lately accused" was
spending money freely in a saloon
back room thai nighl.
ST. ANIMSKW'S OATIIEOllAL.
The services of the cathedral con
gregation, Second Sunday after
Trinity, will be as follows: Holy Com
munion G :30 a. in. ; morning prayer,
11 a. m. ; Hawaiian evensong 3:30 p.
m. ; evensong and sermon 7 :30 p.
in. All are invited.
Tho services of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral,
second Sunday after Trinity, will be as
follows: l):4o a. in., morning prayer
with sermon ; hymns 2G2 and 220"; To
Ueum, Dudley Buck, in E lint; Jubi
late, by Dudley Buck,iu A; anthem,
"Not uuto us, O Lord," by Ilarnby.
G :30 p. in. evensong with sermon ;
anlhom, "Blessed are the meiciful,"
by Hyles ; hymns, 202 and 12. Rev.
Alexander Mackintosh, pastor. All
aie cordially invited.
Services will be held at the Oahu
Jail to-morrow morning, under the
direction of Mr. XV. C. Weedon. A
number of girls fioin the Kawuiabao
Suininury Will sing the hymn.
CKXTKAI. UNION UllUKCII.
l'reaching by the pastor at 11 a.
iu. At the evening service, the Hev.
Jiio Okube will give an account of
his recent visit and of the progress of
Christian work iu Japan,
High Mass, 10 a, in, ; Uojury ami
catechism, 2 p, m. ; Sermon followed
by the Benediction of thu Holy Sue
riuuent, I :.'!() p. m.
Evungelistiu services will be con
ducted by tlm Y. M, U, A, in llelhel
hull on Huturiluy uud Sunday ut 7 ;jio
X, SI, 0, A, IIAI.I,.
ISviMigulisJJy mrvlutti In the V. M,
0. A!uUlt0tSQte7ili. iu.
.i.'ii n iiiimii
Satckday, June 24, 1892.
Assembly convened at 10:0.").
l'raver, followed by reading of the
minutes of pteucding meeting. Min
utes were approved as rend.
The following petitions were pie
settled and referred :
By Rep. Kainauoha, two petitions
that Honoipo, Hawaii, be made a
port of entry. Tabled for further
By Hep. Uipikaue that a road bu
opened from Waiknhaltilu bridge to
Kuakini street iu Honolulu. To
Committee on Public Lands.
By liep. Koahou that a district
magistrate be appointed for Central
By Hep. Kanealii from Kalaupapa
and Kalawao containing 00O signa
tures asking for increase of rations
and that baking powder be distribut
ed. Also that Mr. Meyers be dis
charged and XV. 11. Tell appointed
as Superintendent. Tabled.
Rep. Nuwahi that a road be opened
at Ivuwaiki to give access to certain
Homestead Lands. To Public Lands.
Rep. Kaunamano that tho duty on
rice be retained. Also, from the
members of the Board of Geneology
praying that ?1, 132.20 be paid them
for services. Also, from one Kaaii
that the sum of $2!) be paid him for
services in painting the courthouse iu
the district of Kau. First petition
tabled, others referred to the Finance
Rep. Koahou that 8111,100 be ap
propriated for roads in the district of
Noblo Williams, from the Printing
Committee, reported bills (52, G8, 71
and 72 printed.
The President drew attention to a
pamphlet "Concerning Rice" which
had been distributed.
Rep. Smith said that the Sanitary
Committee were constdeiing matters
connected with the Kaliln station and
would shortly report.
Rep. Knpahu, the chairman of the
special committee to consider l'eter
Lee's petition, said that there would
be a meeting of that committee on
Monday at J:30 a. m.
Rep. Koahou asked for further
time for the opium committee.
Clerk McCarthy read a reply from
the Attorney-General relative to
questions a-ked by Rep. Ashford and
relating to the proceedings iu curtain
liquor cases tried on Kauai. On mo
tion the reply with the coriespond
ence attached was laid on the table.
Clerk McCarthy also read a reply
from the Attorney-General to ques
tions of Rep. Ashford and relative to
the arrests for treason. The Minister
stated that six people were now in
confinement for trial on that charire.
Their cases are now being considered
by the Cabinet, but it was against
public policy to give the present
status of the matter. Tabled.
The Clerk also read a icply from
the Minister of Interior to question
of Rep. Katnauoba, to the effect that
there was no special estimate for a
road from Smith street to Vineyard
street. A street would have been
opened if the intervening land could
have been obtained at a reasonable
The Clerk also read answers from
the Minister relative to Makiki Val
ley water pipe line and including a
reply fiom Superintendent J. C.
White. To complete the line will
cost about 87,300. To construct a
reservoir there would cost 84,000.
Superintendent White refers to pp.
liiO-2 of bis report.
The Minister of Interior asked for
further lime on questions relative to
the sea-wall at Waikiki.
The Attorney-General asked for
further time to answer questions of
Rep. Ash foul.
President Walker mentioned the
following names as members of the
Visiting Committee to the Leper
Settlement, viz. : the Sanitary Com
mittee, chairman of that committee
to be chairman of this, Nobles Hon
pili, Kauhane and Neumann, Reps.
Kanealii, Nuhiuu, Akina, Kaltina uud
Rep. Ashford presented the follow
ing questions to the Attorney-General,
viz. : (1) How many Chinese per
Belgic were prosecuted for violating
the restriction laws? How man of
those piosecuted were convicUd?
How many have appealed? Are ap
peals still pending? How many have
paid their lines? How many now in
custody? Has your department
abandoned or agreed to abandon the
prosecutions or on what terms?
Rep. Nahinu ga,ve notice of hills ;
(1) to provide a police justice for tho
island of Molokal; (2) thai native
Ilawaiinus be allowed to use medi
cines at the Leper Settlement; (3)
relating to family ties ; (1) that sea
fisheries should belong t Go veniment ;
(15) exempting parents with u large
number of children from certain
taxes; ((5) that fisheries belonging to
Crown laws be made free; (7) that
stalls uud tables in the fUli-nmrket
I be leased to Hawaiiaiis only; (b) to
amend tne Homestead law; '.)) to
give certain rights uud privileges to
people. living 011 Government lauds.
Also a resolution thai 81,000 he ap
propiiutud to build u dam across a
stream ut Huluwti, Molokui. Tabled
for Appropriation bill,
Rep, Kumauohu gave notice of u
bill to amend Chapter 23 of thu Laws
of 1874 relating to the distillation of
Hup, Iuaepii offered u resolution
thai 82,000 bu appropriated for thu
purposu of insisting (lie .Maiiiiaolii
Seminary ul Malvinwu),Maiil, Tabled,
Noblo Mucfurlaiie read fur tint Hot
tlniu a bill to iiblublUli tlm ollluu of
I'ubllo AilmiuUtrulor mid dulliiiiig
Noble Pun gave notice of a bill to
codify oil laws relating to the public
Noble Neumann gnvu notice of a
bill to authorize the Minister of In
terior to license the gnme ol cite fa.
Rep. Koahou offered a tesolutiou
that certain sums be appropriated
for bridges on Hawaii.
Rep. Smith offered a resolution
thai the time limit for notice of hills
adopted by the Assembly do not ap
ply to committees or Ministers.
Quite a controversy sprang up, and
in utter weariness the inttoducer
withdrew the resolution.
On motion nl 12:10 the Order of
the Day was brought up. Bill No. 10,
to provide n police magistrate for the
first disliiol of liana, Maui, being
considered. After -onio arutimetit
thu Assembly, at 12:20, adjourned
by lack of quorum.
Mr. ,1. P. Blaize, an extensive real 1
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped om of tho severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says the Saturday
Jieview. Mr. Blaizc had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, und in
side of an hour after his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Bluize
sent to the nearest ding store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which lie had often
heard, and took a number of large
doses. He says Hie effect was won
derful and that in a short time he
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able to come to Des Moines.
Mr. Blaizu regards his cure as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent boltles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co. , Agents.
TVrOTIi,E is hereby given that the
JLl undersigned will not be responsi
ble for any debts Incurred without his
A. B. NAONK.
Honolulu, June 25, 1892. 45G 2v
rpilERK will bu a meeting of tho
JL Honorary ltuard of Commissioners
of the World's Columbian Exposition at
the Booms of the Chamber of Com
merce, on MONDAY MORNING NEXT,
at 0 o'clock.
E. C. MA FABL NE,
45G It Seeietary.
A Trip to laiina Loa
Great Crater of Mokuawaoweo.
Special arrangements have been
made by the Volcano House Company
for sending a party 10 the top of Ma
THE PARTY WILL LEAVE HO
NOLULU ON THE. ST.MR. HALL
ON JULY and return on the
Steamer Kinau arriving in Honolulu,
THE PRIOP FOB A ROUND
TRIP TICK El', including sleuinei
fare, animals, guides, blankets, foods
uud all expenses will be ()(),
which includes all of the regular ex
penses of a trip ti tho Volcano. The
trip includes 11 three days' stay at the
Volcano House after tin- return from
0 I'ickets can lie obtained fioin
the luier-Isl.iiid Steam Navigation
Co., ami full iiifurmatioii will be sup
plied by .-aid Ciinip.iuy, E C Mac
KAIII.ANE.Tininili'r.ol L. A. Tlll'lis'ION,
Secretary of the Volcano Company.
A' plications for tickets should be
made imnu-dialclv as the number will
KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE.
Honolulu, Juno 21, 1802.
Special Rates For Families and
The Volcano House rates fiom and
after this ditto will ho:
It-iunil Trip, up and return by
same route, 7 days $M
Up by way of Kau, return by
way of Hilo, 11 days $70
Up by way of Hilo, return by
way Ka'u, 14 days $80
B0.111I und Lodging al Volcano
House, $ I per day.
To Holders of Bound TripTiukets
staying over, and any one slaying
iivor live days, $3 a day for all excess
nvor live days.
To families or parties of four uud
upwaids, holding tickets and staying
over, or staying after livu day,, $2 M)
(Jliililruii under II v, with paruiits,
Childron liHlweon llvo and tun. half
KlhAUIfiA VU1.0ANO IIUUSK CO.
jhuu iti, mt. , n ,
iMllfcXBl'tii i iirtfWM
K ' llrmiiiirt.''
Thii PaCIKIO IlAnDWAIlE Co., Ltl.,
have Just received from England ail
invoice of tho well-known Dotilloii
Ware. I'oiiiptising Breakfast und Din
tier Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as nl&o
of Lubricating Oils,
(.'uiholineiitn Aveniuius by the bar
rel, case or smaller qminlitv.
THE ellieaey of hot water iu inllain
matoiy conditions can baldly bo
overiutcd. To a limited extent its
value has long been known. Our
grandmothers made Use of woolen
cloths dipped in hot water as a sub
stitute for hot-water bags. At present
the worth of this remedy in almost all
forms of pain is generally recognized
by the medical profess on.
Hot cloths, however, aro not con
venient of application; are apt to wet
thu clothes, and they soon cool and
require repeated dipping. The rubber
bag is in every respect su pel ior. Once
hiought to the pioper toniper.ttuie,
the beat is long retained ; it is neat,
and easy of application.
Wo have them iu si.o of 1, 2, 3
and 4 quarts.
Every household should hae one
at least ready for an emergency.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Port fc ivlnir -.t ium;Ih.
Is -bowing 11 beautiful Hue of
111 the picict.-d Miik now - popu
lar and at piiui' uhich j on win I
For Such High Grade Goods.
3. F. WICHMAN
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
I On and after Mai l.-l.
s&y'?lJi 1M)2. the New ami l)e
jS&3, sirablu Model n Itesidi-nee
X!ESgmzJx'-' of tlie undersigned, on
Thurston Avenue, eoutiibilng 1 aige Pal
lor. Dining Koum. Couservalnij , Two
llitflfwttiic l)i-,,)ti r Ifufilil tvttli Sltittiill.
tliuia Clo-et ami Mlelicu Willi .New
Kanire. Hot Winer liuiler uud all allai'li-
Large and coneiiienl - table on the
pieiuNe.-containing ln large box -lull',
eaniage, liune - ami lied rooin-i, and
servmiis' imirtfir. "
Oioiilid', -'iHK-Jou, lieailti'.u'l.N laid out
and ten act d. '1 he view is iiiisiup.t' ed
For fuillier particular see
W. (J. Ain,KYf
3815-tf O. It. it I.. Co.'s Depot
CJ I3rJL .X I . E IN I-C.
For Portland, 0,&Yictoiia, B.C.
TheS. S. 'TALMAS"
Of the above I, hie will be dim at
Ami will have immediate dispatch for
jioJr- For Freight or 1'assage apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
411 171 Agents.
Jb'Olt KENT or LEASE
ml , rpUE I'leinl-es on Einuri
Vfp. stieet lately occupied by
5Srl A. 11 Naoiie, a New and
Desirable lloue eouiaiuiiig Kitchen,
bathroom, etc , etc. Also, Otillioiiscr
on the pifiuWcs, will bu rented or
leased I'o-bokIoii given 1st of July,
Apply on the pieinlses,
tr.rilin A. li. N'AONH.
'IM1K t'ottage and I'lemlM-s
1 No. 1:1 Euniiii stieet,
omioslte the icbtdeinc t if Mr.
iliiiuen I'ainnbell, buloiigiiiK to thu 10s-
tati) of Olias. I.oug, deceased. Applj to
H,r, liu T. A.rii IIAKFKH.
a MHU New Cottage, to let
I?ffii 1 '"' I'uuchbowl Miect.
ti&m E.iMUbe of
ita Vw i;l Nuuatiii .tiuet,
Pitilill'is FrnnitiH iiiimId to
orcltu' from lattt KtyliM of
JUOIlltlllltfH. Hoiiovutioii of
old piuLuroH a ripocluliy in
Kliifj: llroH,, llotul Hti'iiol.
IKE m TU
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, ppo. Spreekels' Bank, Iloimlulu.
ANHEUSER-B D SCH
sr BL.OUIP4, rvio.
BREWERS OF FINE
Purs Mali and Highest Grade Hops !
ti-jf" No Corn or Corn prepira'i ui- u- I in pi ire of M dt, as is 1 me
by oiher Eastern lirewene-. in nrdir to -i In alien the v -.t of their 1! 'cr,
and compete with out v i nl n i ntu-il iin'l j is u f i:m d ai ti li-.
I llft 0i
With the Completion of the Mew Srewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity ; G kettles every 2-1- hours, 0,000 llarrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumition OF Matf.rIai.: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,(500,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,f00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the ANHEUsr.u-Busui llr.r.u. It is, therefore, the highest priced, but the
Tiost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shipping Capacity : 100,000,000 Boltles and .1,000,000 Kegs.
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The Anheii'icr-Busili Co. have carried off llie highest honors and the
highest class gold medals wherever they have competed. At all of the
International Exhibitions, throughout tho world, their Beer excelled all
This Company have prepared a special brand of their highest grade
Beer, for the Hawaiian Island!,, known us ''SPECIAL IJItEW," with
a handsome label and in white bottles, which with their best " EXL'OKT
ANIIEUSEU" iu dark bottles, heretofore inpotied, we will now
supply to the trade in quantities to suit.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
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104 Fort ftxreei, Honolulu.
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