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Arilvo llonouItuli..7:2C i):f7 2:57 Bs.Vit
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Arrlvo Honolulu. ..8 :',15 11:15 4:55 0:501
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Loave Honolulu 5:2U ....
Arrive Poarl (illy 5 ;5S ....
Lcuvo "car1 City.. (1:00
Arrive Honolulu... .(1:40
t Saturdays only.
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Weil. 20 1 SO'U'JO I'. 15 S20 ft 2'.l 0 41 2 lil
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sun. 21I I ool ;i :io 8 4o;n io ft .w i 7 ao
Now Moon on tlio 2: tl at 111 Qui p. in,
rr fci js
TUESDAY, JULY 10, 18!2.
Nor sh Morning Light, Johmison, Horn
Haw sohrLIltu, Hitelttleld, for Mierone-
Stmr L'laudiiio for .Maui and Paauhau, at
5 p in.
Stmr U It Itisliop for Wnianae and Wai-
almi and Kaliuku at 'J a in
'Stmr Waialealo for Lahaina, Kukulhacle
and Houokaa at !) a in.
fttmr Kiuau for Maui and Hawaii at 2
Stmr Mikahila for Kauai, at 5 p in
Schr Liholilio for Wahne.i.
Sehr Mile Morris for Koolati.
Schr Sarah and Eli.a for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Australia, Houdlette, for San Fran
cisco at 12 in.
v. Am schr Alice Cooke, Penhnllow, for
Am schr Transit, Jorgenson, for San
ForLaliaiua and llauiukua per stmr
Waialcalu, July 1!) - Mr Hanger and 0
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Kiuau,
July 19 For the Volcano: Mrs bclmien
berg, Miss Kate Gllinei, Miss A V. Wcs',
A II Glasscock, Mrs Glasscock, Mrs XV
W Hall, Virginia Calhoun, Ki-.v and rs
L'sborne, A A Moore Jr.. Ii Woltner, Ivy
Urns Wilson, C O Wise. Miss King, Miss
Mirgo, Miss Fulton, Miss Stoicy, A A
and Mrs Moore. MissMoore, Judge Ilen
shaw. H M Htzgerald. F Andrew, and
I' II Kltcat. For way ports: Miss Ap
pleton, t-'apt and Mis Matson, Miss
Kuapp, Master Vanlta,. Miss Julia Cur
tis, A MSproull T 1 Mossman.wife and
servant, V W Damon, feliau Yau, the
Hisses Woods, Masters Woods, G
Brown. J Mugulre, W D Sclmildt, Jlis
S O Wilder, Mrs J W Moanauli, T M
Dattc and 70 deck.
FOREIfJN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M Hiei, Mori, fioni Japan
USS Boston, from San Frauclsco, July
Am bktue Wrestler, Ilurguiau, from Syd
ney Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, June
Haw ship Helen Biewer, from Glasgow,
duo Aug 15
Am bk Mnigarct from Newcastle, NSW
. . Bk (Jreta from Newcastle, N S W
The trading schooner Llliu, Captain
Hitclttield, will likely get away this
evening for Micronesia lu the South
Tlio American four-master Transit Is
unloading tiic Danish bark J J Lotx, of
some lumber. When she lias accom
plished this slin will leave lor the Coast.
Captain Jorgciiscu expects nevertheless
to get away to-mono w.
The Noiwegian ship Northern Light
arrived from Newcastle, NSW, this
morning, coal laden, and anchored in the
The schooner Liholilio will leave this
afternoon for Wahnca, Kauai, with one
bundled tons of coal.
The Auieiicau four-inasted schooner
Alice Cooke, Captain P Penlial ow mas
ter, will leave for the Coast to-morrow
with n full load of sugar.
uiio steamer v u nan win uu uuo
from wiudwaid pmts on Friday after
noon. The German biuk Paul lsenbeig ly
ing at 111 ewer's wharf will bo through
dlscliaigiug lu a day or so, and will
await sugar for the Const.
The American baik Foret Queen,
Captain Nelson, left San Fiauelseo on
July 1) for Honolulu and is consequently
ten days out.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Baud
under the leailer&hip of Piofussor II.
Merger will givo a concert this even
ing at the Hawaiian Hotel, at 7:30
o'clock. The followjug is. tlio 'pro
M arei "Dalhoune" , . . . , Anon
Qycrture "La Dame lilipiche"
Finale-t'Luercjcia Borgia" . . . , Doiilzeti
iilteinlnisceiices of Bcliu". . ..Goilficy
(One, Two Tlnee, Four." t'Maul Girl "'
f "Wal Aulaul."
"Variations on a German Song,1...Oi'bs
Ma.urka -"Spezzia". Coneggio
Waltz t-Vleiina htmles" Stiauss
Mcdley-"Ked Hot" Beyer
LOCAL AND GENERAL H&WS.
Diamond Ukap, 3 p. in. Weather
clear, wind light northeast.
Tun 3. S. Australia will sail to-morrow
at noon for San Francisco.
Tiikiu: will bo a reception on hoard
tlio U, S. flagship 8an Francisco ihK
The S. S. Australia will carry a
largo ninnbir of pus'Ongtrc to-inor-row
for the Coast.
Tun Royal Hawaiian band will
play at the llawiiiian Hotel tlii even
ing for llio bi'iiclir of departing tour
ists by tbo Australia.
A liAiiai: miniber of tourists left on
tbo steamer Kin mi this afternoon for
n pleasiue tiip to the Volcano. The
party was a lively one.
A max named Donovan va filled
1 in tbo Police Court thin morning
for drunkenness. All other eases
were lemauded to future dates.
Tin: new power press in the new
Bulletin building was .tried yester
day afternoon Willi tbo electric motui
and ran smoothly and without a jan
Mikh Virginia Calhoun was a pas
senger by the steamer Iiinaii today
for the Volcano. Eveiybudy wanted
to catch a glimpse of the popular
Tin: Hawaiian Quintet Club gave
sovoial selections, liotli vocal ami in
strumental, at the Hawaiian Hotel
yesieiday evening for Hie edification
of visiting tourists.
Fhi:d. M. Sumkiih, a welll-uown liter
ary man of San Francisco, will iclurn
by the S. S. Austialia to-moirow. JMr.
Soniors has visited all tlio points of
interest in the Islands.
Ten native policemen wero dismiss
ed yesterday for signing a petition to
Hie Legislature against being com
pelled to drill when off duty. A few
others withdrew their signatures in
Tin: lease for twenty years of five
seaside lots at Waikiki were sold to
day by J. F. Morgan at public miction
to Governor A. tf. Cleghorn for $1000
The sale of the property on .Miller
street was withdrawn.
The St. Louis College band will
give a concert on the college grounds
on Thursday afternoon, when all
friends of tbo college will be welcome.
Tlio commencement exercises will
take place on Fr day at 10 a. m.
Hisu Majesty the Queen granted an
audience to Monsieur Vizzavona, Act
ing French Commissioner, at the
Palace, this morning, on which occa
sion bo presented to the Queen an
autograph letier from President Car
nut. Life-size paintings of His late
Majesty the King and Queen Liliuo-
kalani arc banging in the oluceoi the
Minister of Finance. They are tbc
productions of Mr. Cogswell the
artist. Crowds of people ilock to see
the beautiful paintings.
Mn. A. Ascheim is buffering from
mental aberration, which it is earn
estly hoped will only prove tempo
rary, from anxiety over the market
ing of a large amount of new goods
lately bought by him for his firm in
Europe, lie is in the care of a phyri
cian. Mabthii Scott, son of Prof. M. M.
Scott, will bo a passenger by the S. S.
Australia to-morrow to attend a course
of civil engineering at Ktanfoid Uni
versity, California. O. Sorenson will
leave by the next trip of Iho steamer
for the same school and a similar
C. J. McOaktiiy lias lots on Liliha
sticet for sale. li-tf
Afteu shaving uso Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Siot.uun relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. BeiiKm, Smith ife Co.,
Agnulh. l-l f
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their houses by Miss
Wolf, 7!5 Deretania street, Mutual
Telephone O'JIJ. 8-3in
DEi.tcioub coilce and chocolate will
ho reived every morning early at the
Palace Ice Cream Par!ort, Ludwigson,
& Cron. Hotel street. 1-tf
"Would you do it?" is the question
addrcssod io all interested in agricul
tural development by the Hawaiian
Tin: Temple of Fashion is selling
at reduced rates, Ibis week, boys'
clothing, waists and shoes, also ladies',
men and children's shoes.
New goods have been leccived by
B. F. Fillers & Co., and ladies will do
well to lead the lint, given in this
paper, of some of the leading lines.
HiiHTACK & Co, will sell Alguioba
Firewood at $11 a cord casli deliveied
free between the following limits:
Punchliowl, School and Liliha streets.
Dit. LcLknnan has iv moved to
Alakca street, opposite the Y. M. C.
A. hall, premises lately occupied by
Doctor Lutz. Oilice hours,'.) to 12,
2 to -1 and evenings 0 to 7. Sundavs :
10 to 1. Bell Telephone, li)7, Mutual,
Hkstokation Day, July III, falls
this year on Sunday, tlmreforo its
celebration is proclaimed for Monday,
AugUBt 1, by the Minister of tlio In
tel ior. All Government offices
throughout the kingdom will bo closed
on that day.
Miss Mahv Lyi'Ki lately book-keeper
with Fgan it Ouiin, is ;-ropaied t" du
stenographing and typo-writing at
moderate rates. (Jraduatu of Heald's
Business College, Han Fiaucisco,
Oilice with U. J. McCaithy, .'15 Mer
chant street. ii-lin
WIumi you waiiii a Portrait
Enlarged call on Kiuir Bros,,
gft ituiir initio UhL and nee
paitinlcH, They oanM. Iio boat.
ToEsnAT, July 10, 1892.
Assembly convened at 10 o'clock.
Prayer by Chaplain and reading of
minutes by Cleik and Interpreter.
The foUowing petitions were pre
sented and tef erred:
By Hup. Kanealii, from llio flflli
district of Honolulu, 'thai the Gov
ernment pay the ohuielios at Kalilil
and Moanaiua damages for certain
land taken lor road purposes To
(Jomtniltce on Public Lauds.
By Hep. I'tia from the Hull dis
trict Honolulu. (1) 1'hatS 10,000 be
appropriated for improving the west
side of Kanieliamelia IV road. (2)
That S8000 be appropriated for im
proving the east sidii or the Katueha
uicha IV road. To Committee on
By Hep. Bush a petition signed by
GO (said to be) mechanics of Hono
lulu, praying that the Government
supply them with means to leave the
country. To Committee on Foreigu
Hep. Smith from the Sanitary
Committee presented reports as fol
lows: ( 1 ) On a petition that a license
to practice medicine be granted to
one Young Tain l'ung; the Commit
tee stale that the power to grant the
prayer of petitioner is with the
Board of Health and Minister of In
terior and without the authority of
the Assembly. The committee re
commend that the petition be tabled.
Report adopted. (2) On bill No.
2-L relating to the suppression of dis
eases amongst animals, the commit
tee recommend the bill pass, lleport
tabled for consideration with the
bill. (3) Bill No. 53, relating to
the keepers of stallioii3. The com
mittee believe the proposed measure
a proper one. Report tabled for con
sideration with bill.
Hep. Wilder from the Committee
on Commerce presented a report on
bill 01, relative to creating liana on
Maui and Makuwcli on Kauai, ports
of entry. The committee say they
can sec no reason why one plantation
landing should have an- preference
over any and all other plantation
landings, and should tins bill pass
in its present form it would establish
the principle that all plantation land
ings that should ask for it should
have their landings made ports of
The committee further sa1: "If
this policy is adopted what would
be the result? Perhaps in some cases
it would save the planters a small
amount per ton in shipping their
simar to San Francisco, but is theic
no other interests that would be
injured as much or more than
the planters would derive. If
this policy should be carried
out it means the transferring of a
great share ot the inter-island freight
ing business to foreign ships and for
eigu owners. There is invested at
piesent over SI, 000, 000 in steamers
and schooners to do the inter-island
business and every cent of this
amount is owned in Hawaii. The'
pay the Government a large revenue
in taxes, licenses, wharfage, etc.,
besides canying all the inler-islaud
mails." The committee conclude,
however, by saying that "they are of
the opinion that Makuwcli on the
Island of Kauai is sucli or soon will
be such a center of trade as your
committee recommend should be
made a port of entry; we thetefore
recommend that the bill be amended
by striking out the words, 'Hana,
Maui,' and with this amendment that
the bill pass." Signed by all the
members of the committee. Report
tabled tor consideration with the bill.
Minister Wideinann presented ans
wers to questions relative to the
number, names and pay of schools
and school teachers, and stated that
fuller information would shortly be
presented in the report of the Board
Minister Spencer presented an
swers to questions relative to the
ownership of the landing at Koloa,
Kauai, and to the effect that the
landing at Koloa, Kauai, was on pri
vate property. The Government
had not to his knowledge expended
any money on it, for its repair or
Noble Thurston said that he con
sidered that there was more back of
this matter than appeared on the sur
face, lie thought that the Govern
ment did have a claim on the lauding.
Hop. Bush knew that there had
been appropriations made for the re
pairs of the landing and building of
the wharf. It was intended to be
for the benefit of the public. There
was no necessity of having the port
of Koloa a port of entry if privato
parties only were to be benefited.
Hep. Smith said that there had
been considerable controversy in the
past relative to tills lauding. The
fapls is he knew them are that the
property is private, that small appro.
prialions have been made but not
used. The Koloa Plantation hud
spent a great deal of money in repairs
on the landing. The corporation
was opposed to the landing of liquor
and therefore charged a higli t-qte
for wharfage. This' caused, 'the. con
troversy. He personally had not
the remotest interest in the Planta
tion. Minister Widemauu said that the
saying that the "wharf-lauding be
longed to the Koloa Plantation was
as old as the hills." Ho thought
that the moment the corporation com
menced to cliaige for the use of the
lauding then it wua lime to object.
It was impossible for the Koloa
Plantation to own the lauding, it was
assisted by public funds and tlio
public hud a riqbl thereto.
Minister Spencer nlso presented
reply to questions relative to how
much had been expended on the
bridges and other items of expense
in opening Kuakint street, and tlio
reasons for leaving the work uncom
pleted; stated (1) Slillo.U bad
been spent; (2) work discoid iuuod
so that available funds could be ustd
on more important work, tyid upon
roads where tratllc was greater.
Minister Spencer in answer to
questions of Hep. Iosepa relative to
(1) list of newspapcis in which Gov
ernment notices had been printed
from February to July, 1892, with
names of owners, and (2) llio state
incut of moneys paid ; said that
advertisements' had been published
and paid as follows: In Ka Leo,
815.50, J. K. Bush, proprietor;
Klele, S12J, Ilui ; Ka Lei Alii, Hui ;
Hawaii llolomua, S17 50, Corpora
tion; Daily Bulletin, 574.75, Cor
poratiou ; O Luso Hawaiiano, Hui ;
Aurora Hawaiiano, Hui ; P. C Adver
tiser and Hawaiian Gazette, $10.
Rep. Aki read for tlio first time a
bill to divide the district of Hono
lulu iuto tlvc taxation districts.
At 11:03 on motion the Order of
the Day was moved and the majority
and minority reports on Bill No. 33,
"relating to duties" were read, and
tabled to await tiie presentation of
an amended bill numbered 33a.
The following bills were then read
for a second time and referred :
Bill 101, to regulate the slaughter
ing and the sale of beef. To Sanitary
Bill 4, to amend the law "to pro
vide for and regulate the internal
police of the Kingdom," was, after
some little discussion and on an aye
and nay vote, passed to engrossment
and to third reading on Saturday.
Bill 105, to impose specific duties
upon rice, was referred to Special
Committee on Rice.
B II 10G, to icgulate the carrying
of passengers and freight. To Jud -ciary
Bill 107, relating to the descent pf
properly of deceased persons ; to
Bill 83, to establish the oilice of
public administrator and lo define his
duties. To Judiciary Committee.
Bill 83, relating to Representatives
of the Kingdom, to a special com
mittee consisting of Nobles Young,
Walbridge, Berger, Marsden and
Bill 85, to establish a college for
the Hawaiian Kingdom. To Com
mittee on Education.
Bill 80, relating to internal taxes;
to Finance Committee.
Bill 87, relating to the crime of
murder. To the Judiciary Commit
tee. Bill 93, defining duties of the Min
isters of the Crown iu the purchase
of articles ; lo the Judiciary Commit
tee. Bill 94, to license tramcar drivers;
to Judiciary Committee.
Bill 95, relating to1 a Constitu
tional Convention ; to a special com
mittee of nine to be appointed by the
Bill 9G, relating to a tax on sala
ries of Government olllcials. Tabled.
At 12 noon the Assembly took re
cess until 1 :30 p. in.
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB.
The Scottisb Thistle Club last
night promoted Geo. L. Dail from
Chieftain to Chief, iu an election to
fill a vacancy caused by the removal
of Chief Geo. Sandeinan to Hilo.
Win. Eadie was elected Chieftain in
place of Mr. Dall. W. A. Mackay
was elected Treasurer in place of
Mr, Smith, resigned. Votes of thanks
were passed to Thomas Lindsay for
services us temporary Chief and to
the retiring Chief for his former ex
cellent services bolh.iu presiding
and in working for the club. The
Secretary, Mr. McDowall, reported
a snug balance on hand after paying
last quarter's expenses. He was
voted means for posting papers from
the reading room to country mem
bers, of whom there arc many
throughout the group. A pleasant
spell of speeches, songs, etc., fol
FOR SAN FKANOIHCO,
The A-l Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above
WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1892,
Bay Tiu undersigned are now pre
pared to issue Through Tickets from
this city to all points in the United
H3r For further particulars regarding
Freight or PasMige, apply to
Wm. Q. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
LETTBH of Credit on Clans
rV. Sprcckels & Co. The Under will
please return to the Bank and receive
leward. 472 21
FOIl KENT or LEASE
rMIK PreinUea on Linina
L street lately occupied by
A. B Naoiie, a Nmv and
Desirable House containing Kitchen,
Bathroom, eto , etc. Also, Outhouses
on the premises, will bo . rented or
leucd. Possession given m o July,
Apply oil the premises,
A. B. NAONE.
Ttey. Evidently Like 11 !
IF WOT; WHY NOT ?
I'lcpared daily from Fresh Fruit, it
cannot ho otherwbo than wholesome,
rclrei-hing and delicious.
Our leading flavors are Pineapple,
Orange, Strawberry and Grape Juice.
We have all the others but our
specialties arc those named. Ice
Cream Soda has also proved very
As wo manufacture our own Soda
Water from Pure Bicarbonate Soda,
we claim it is belter than that made
Willi marble dust. Those who have
tried it, concur with our statements.
Having perfected the Ice Box we
arc enabled to pioduce colder soda
All ll.ivors with lee Cie.iin, 10, ;
Vichy Water, 5c; Saueibiuniicu Watci
and Hunyaili Water.
HQBfiON. NEWMAN &. CO..
Coi'iu'V 1 i I Vr Jvlntr innlH.
PBOF. DB. KBlt G. JABGBR S
I herewith appoint Mu. M. GOLD
BERG, igent for tlio sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the 19th of September, '90.
A FULL ASSORTUENT'jUST ARRIYED.
ELECTION ol OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of stock
holders of the llanalci Sugar
Mill Co. hold this day, the following
olliccrs were elected for tlio ensuing
President. .Clias. L. Carter, Kn ,
Hon. J. N. S. Williams,
Tieasurer. . . .Geo. H. Robertson,
Auditor I. O. Curler,
Who arc also Directors of tbo Com
pany. J. O. CARTER,
Secretary II. S. M.Co.
Honolulu, July 18. 1892. 474-1 in
C. B. RIPLEY.
Okkick : Room 5, Sprcckels' Block.
Mutual Telephone 208.
Now Design I Modoin Buildings 1
Complete plans and specllleations for
every description of building. Contractu
drawn and careful supoilutendence of
construction given when required. Call
nml examine nlaua. apr 2!) 1 v
at mo i'i:it uoito
Bl3f Delivered free iu any part of
L. J. LEVEY,
472 lw Corner FortA Queen sts.
Island Shells and Curios !
WIIOLKSALF. and retail, cheap for
cash, at 101 Fort sticet, between
Killers' dry goods
btoro and Frank
ueii.s siiou stole.
A N N U A L ni 13 Ell N G.
.1 holders ot
Meeting of the Stoek
Wm. C. Irwin fc('o
(L'd). will taku
nlacu at Its oltleo on
MONDAY, July 25th, at 10 o'clock a. m,
Secretary V. (L L ii Co., (L'd).
NOTICE to DEHTORS.
'IMIK undersigned heiehy gives notice
1 that ehu Is the sole owner of the
jeweby buslines lieretoloro conducted
for her on Furl street, Honolulu, by
Joseph Hiibash, That she bus deter
mined to clow out said buM nes and to
call lu all outstanding accounts, where
to c all parties owing accounts for goods
purchased or woik done at tier store tiro
lieruby untitled to make prompt payment
of the same to C. V. Ashford, at his
olllco on Merchant u'tieet. Mr. Ash
fold's receipts will bu good acquittance
fur all such account'',
MRS. K. BATOI1ELOR.
Honolulu, July 14, 18U2. 471 2w
LB YOU DO IT !
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcckels' Bank, Honolulu.
BY TIIE SHEET, DOZEN OH REAM AT
r BOTTOM PRICES I 8
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
IOJ .fort Street.
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
WE HAVE Till! VKRV
NEW TRIMMINGS I NEW RIBBONS !
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS 1
Special Reduction in School Hats
SJ- FOR I WEEK ONLY -l
CHiLDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
Quantities to Suit!
FOR SALK BY
H. HA0KFELD & 00.
C. L. BKJTO,
Corner of Smith and lCing Streets,
Keeps a Compluto Lino of
And Receives Now Consignments !,
Every Steamer, Also
Fresh Vaialua and Kona Butter
At 40 Cents a Pound.
VOU SA LE 1
IIIiVVK frour Fino Residence Sites,
situated on i llkol street, fur sale.
The Lots have a fioiitago of 1)1 feet on
Phkol street and are L'OU feet deep, are
nicely laid out iu fruit and shade trees
and are all covered with grass; water
laid on throughout. Tlio situation of
thcfu Lots and the limited number make
It iieci-siary that Intending iiu chasers
should niiiku caily application to the
iiiiderslirueii, from whom all imrtlculars
I can ho had. J.V.S. F. .MORGAN.
Picture Fruinu.s nuulo to
order from latost stylo M
motildingri. Koiiovutlon ot
old piolurort a Hpeoialty al
King liroH., Hotel street
If to keep up with the fashion you
were luked to ting n song,
Would vou do it Ye?
H.i w .uld I.
If upon lonin current topics you wero
askfd to como out strong,
Would you do it Yei-?
So would I
Somo think -nil public matters area
hoi nil bore, but I
Like ineii to have opiiiion? they are
lCiidy to stand by.
Now if ever for your Quoi'h and Conn-
t y you were nski-d ti diu
Wi.nlii "ou do it Yi-..?
So would I.
It's time wo stopped ,'omo people
fMin fleeing llaWMii's purse,
Sunn Lugi-liiiivc bin nib rera want
i- i-iuig back lo ntirro.
Would yon -i-u.l ihem Yes?
So would 1.
'file plows which lu:n our foil up
should In- light and strong and
Ii I Miid the "IIbnmiy Bukakku's"
worth more than any two,
Wmild vou think so Yes?
So would I.
HAVING RECEIVED A FRESH
.SUPPLY OF THE CELE
BRATED IV. IP. J.
WE ARE AGAIN ABLE
TO SUPPLY THIS
Honolulu. II. I.
LATKSX STYLUS IN
ik Toques I
Beg to announce tlio arrival of the
11!) Days from Bremen, with a Full
Oils & Puinta,
Bags & Bagging,
K. O IP IS ,
Comout & Fire Clay,
Etc., Etc, Etc.
Dprislit EiioG & Boiler !
loT IX GOOD ORDKR -6