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SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1S02
Sum- ilokolii from Molukiil and Jlani
Stmr.Ias Makee from Kauai
ijelirMul Waliiuefrom Hamakua
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr .las Makee for Kauai
btmr Kiltiuca Hon for Aloloknl at ii p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Wnluleale 1921 bags sugar, 27 bbls
molasses, 4 bags coffee and U0 pks
Stmr .las Mnknu 2347 bars tieo.
From l.abaina and Uamakua per stmr
Waialeale, .Inly 22 It U hear e. II S
Townteiul, Mrs Melamphy, Mis Dicken
son, Master John Marques and 31 deck.
From kauni per stmr .las Makee, Juiv
23 Mr and Mis .iintz, D AV Kral.er,
Mr Stnckablo and 5 deck.
FGREIUK VESSELS IN PORT.
S S ."an I'lanci1-!!), Rear
Brown, from San Diego
Am bktne l'lanter, Dow, from Sail F
Am sehr Aloha, Johnson, from
Am sehr Alice Cooke, Peuliallow, from
Dan bk J G Lot., Nelson, from Hon
duras FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Hiei, Mori, fiomJaimii
L'bS Boston, from San Francisco, July
Am bktne Wrestler, Bergman, from Syd
ney Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, June
Haw ship Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
duo Aug 15
Am bk Margaret from Newcastle, NSW
Bk (iicta from Newcastle, X S W
Ths steamer Waialeale has been added
to the list of "laid tips."
Tim steamer W G Hall will leave for
windward ports on schedule time, sail
ing Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock.
The steamer Mokolil whUh arrived
this morning will be laid up for lepairs.
The Kilauea Hon will take her route to
Molokai and Lauai, leaving on Monday.
The baikeiitinu S N Castle came off
the valine Railway this morning and
liockcil at Wildcr's whaif. 1'hu bark
J J Lot, will succeed her ou the Marine
Railway for repairs.
THE FIRST AND OLDEST.
The members of Oahu Lodye, the
first and oldebt one of the Order of
Knights of l'ythms established in the
jurisdiction of the Hawaiian Islands,
have selected the following ollicers
for the ensuing term:
Past Chancellor, K. II. V. Wolter.
Chancellor Commander, Henry
Smith, 1. C.
Vice Chancellor, John Neill.
1'ielate, A. G. Iuinnegejsser.
Keeper of Records and Seal, J. A.
Muster at Arms, Joseph Tinker.
Master of Finance, II. C. llchl.
JIaster of Kxchequer, Bernhardt
Inner Guard, Henry Hossaek.
Outer Guaid, Daniel McCorriston.
The above officers were installed
ou the 8th inst. by Deputy Supreme
Chancellor D. Dayton, assisted by
Hi other Kt. John F. Kcktinlt us
Supremo Prelate, and Past Chan
cellor Ira A. Btirgel as Supreme
Muster at Arms.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Baud
under the leadership of Piofessor II.
Berger will give a conceit this
afternoon at Kuiiim Square, at 1:30
o'clock. The following is the pro
Oveittiru -Fn Diavolo Atibur
Finale Bivouac Pelrella
Maurk.i Spe.zi i Correggio
Selection Tho Rose of Castillo Balfo
Walt Tho Cricket
4 Polka Chappies ,
. . , Faro
THE BULLETIN 1b lh" Joiullii
dally paifer of the Kingdom,
ccuts per mouth.
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
Utilise lllis CM 1 1 i 1 1 U
nt ll. a Opera
Till! li.mil will piny
Squ.tiu this iifii'iu-'iiii.
Tun si1i nf ilu- iri(.Miou adjoining
Mr. iMvii-lii'o nt r.iluni.i lnis bouii
Tun Y M. 0. Ulub will mul In
iniinnw afternoon nl the I'lub room
nl 1 o'el ,ck.
J. V. Lumno, the orniilmyncliiis,
Itns nut. icturit'd, lliu Mull mil carry
ing niiy piisM'tigci this ttlt'.
Tin: iililnl Alt Sun, miesled tin
iihci il .y f .i hnv lug iipiuin in posses
.-ll.ll, ll.lr- gIMIL' (lVv.1 until next Sltttll-
'I'm: ex iniiiiiitmn nt tlin-c ilcMriitt1
uf iiliiniiiitig tcach r-' ci iliiloatcs will
commence on Monday, nt the Foit
The descents and Honolulus on
the League giottiuls this .ficrnoon.
This will bo the final appearance ol
A run iouka ru of the KngliiJi tuj.-of-wnr
team of tho yacht St Oeorge
is on exhibition in the Pacific Hard
ware Co 's window. It was received
A SI'KCIAL car will lenve I'auoiv at
5:10 o'clock to-moriow nioruing to
iieconnuodale per.-.ons going to the
5:30 o'clock eiuly teivico at St.
Andrew's Culhedial; the return car
leaves the Cathednil at (5:15.
Anoi'T 7 o clock last uvening a po
liceman found a man lying near the
water front. Tho inuii being appai
ently dead drunk, tho policeman pick
ed him up, slung him across his
shoulder and marched oil' to the Sta
Tiir.KE is talk of a. tug-of-wur match
being arranged between teams fioni
the Flagship San Francisco and 11.
B. M. S. Champion, should the latter
return before the San Francisco
leaves. If a match is arranged the
Hawaiian team will challenge the
Tin-: yachts Hawaii and Bonnie
Dundee left shortly after 1 o'clock
this afternoon for the fishing ground
at Huuauma, intending to return to
morrow. L. A. Thtuslon was at the
tiller for the Hawaii and Os-oar White
managed the stranger. About a
dozen gentlemen were comprise in the
gay parties. Fishing was stinted on
the Hawaii as soon as the yacht
reached the lighthouse.
C. J. McCarthy has lots
street for sale.
Ai'Tint shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic, Benson, Smith A Co., Agents
Gui.iok's Agency has two desirable
lots for sale on Kinau and I'ensacola
SoMiuitN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Hollistek & Co. can give a perfect
lit in any style of eye glasses or spec
Ladii:s' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their houses by Miss
Wolf, 73 Beretauia street, .Mutual
Telephone O'Jfi. 8-3m
Dklicioiis coliee and chocolate will
be served every nionnng early at. the
Palace Ice Cieiiiu Pailois, Ludwigsen,
ifc Ciiin. Hotel stieet. 1-tf
N. S. Sachs gives notice that ac
counts standing six months, if not
paid by August 1, will be placed for
collection without further notice.
l)u. MoLknnax has removed to
Alakea stieet, opposite the Y. M.O.
A. hall, premises lately occupied by
Doctor Lui.. Olfice hours, '. to IS!,
2 to 'i and cenings 5 to 7. Sundays:
10 to 1. Bell Telephone, 1!)7, Mutual,
Miss Maky Lym:, lately book-keeper
with ligan it Gunn, is . -cpaied t" Mo
stenographing and type-writing at
moderate lates. Graduate of lleald's
Business College, San Fiancisco.
Ollicevilh C. J. McCailhy, 35 Mer
chant street. 2-lm
A BANKER FINED.
Naaicouo wus convicted before
Police Justice Foster yesterday of
assisting and managing the banking
gunio che fa in the week prior to
July 11. The bank was in Smith
street. Naaicouo was fined 8500 and
83. GO costs. An appeal was noted
by defendant's counsel, Jos. Nawahi
and J. K. Kaulia. Naaicouo and
three others were then tried for
assaulting a police olllccr, Louis
Touissaiut, uliilc dischaigiug his
duly in the arrest of Naaicouo. Na
aicouo was sentenced to CO days at
hard labor, and Hookauo and Kauo
ha eacli 30 daya. A woman defend
ant was let off. An appeal was
again noted. Yeo Moo, a Chinaman,
ai rested by the same olllccr near
China engine house for playing die
fa, was acquitted. He was defended
by O. W. Ashford.
A MISSIONARY DZAD.
Rev. S, Waiwaiole died last Thurs
day at the leper settlement, Molokai.
He was a missionary of the Hawaii
an Evangelical Association to tho
lepers and a highly (leveed man,
Mr. Waiwaiole was the pastor of the
church at Waimiiualo befote going to
the settlement, and was one of the
most esteemed ministers of the
His age was over 1
The foreign Juty yesterday award
ed Thomas Chaplin 100 damages
against C. B. Wilson, .Marshal of the
Kingdom, and J. A. lUchrtcn, De
puty Marshal, for false imprison
ment. Chaplin claimed $3000.
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forty-seven m day.
Satcrd.it, July 23, 1892.
.11 11 I'll I IK Nl'nllllll.
Assembly was called to ohIituI
10 o'oluuk forprauv 1)V tlin
lain. At 10:05 the minutes of
viniii mtctiug were iu.nl iiy
Si.'crctiir,v mul the lnierptctcr.
pri'Veil us re ul
Noble Willi mis from the Printing
C'umiiiincc te ioi tuil that the answer
of i lie Altoriiey-Gi neral to que-ii"ii-
n I itivc to ihe scizuivt of npiinr. :riil
liquor, was printed and ready for
Rep W.iiptiiluni fiotn a Special
Committee on Permanent Settle
ments reported on the proposed pen
sion to the widow of one Kuuluti who
w killed at the Insane Asylum in
June, 1801, by one of the inmates,
while in the performance of his duty.
The committee recommend that the
Hill (1)0) be tabled as they consider
that an item inserted in the Appro
priation Bill will have the desired
effect and they recommend the inser
tion of an item under the head of
Permanent Settlements, to read,
"For widow of Kaulua to he paid
while she remains single, S4U0."
Report received and tabled for con
sideration with the Appropriation
Noble J. M. Homer gave notice of
a meeting of the Committee on Hom
er's lliinkitiu Bill at 1 :30 o'clock in
the olllce of the Minister of Finance.
Noble Williams read for the first
time a bill to amend Section 108,
Chapter 8G, Session Laws of 18'JO,
relating to elections.
At 10:20 Rep. Robert Wilcox
moved the Order of Hie Day. Car
ried. Bill 'I, relating to providing for and
regulating the internal police, was
read for the third time. On motion
of Rep. Kamaiioha the bill passed.
Bill C-l, to constitute llonoipo, Ha
waii, a port of entry, was read a
thiid time and passed
Bill 71, to provide for the holding
of an additional term of the circuit
court of the third judicial district,
was read for the third time and pass
ed. Bill 2G, to amend and consolidate
the election laws of the kingdom, and
more particularly relating to the re
division of the W'ailuku and Maka
wao districts on Maui, was read a
third time, and after some little dis
Bill 73, to amend Articles 05 and
7G of the Constitution, was read, as
also the majority and minority re
ports on the subjects.
The majority report, specially
touching upon Article 75, said that
the amendment intends to strike out
the provision that during the incum
bency of the Justices of the Supreme
Court their compensation shall not be
diminished. The committee is un
able to iiud any reason for the amend
ment proposed and every reason
against it. Signed by Nobles Neu
mann, Peterson and Rep. White.
Noble Neumann moved that the
Hiajoiity repoit be adopted.
Rep. Waipuilani was opposed to
the adoption of the report.
After considerable controversial
debate, Noble Neumann, having the
Uoiiri ir.oved the previous question
which motion being carried an aye
and nay vote was taken ou the motiou
to adopt the majority report of the
committee, and carried by 35 ayes
against G noes, Nobles Pua and Hoa
pili, luid Reus. Bipikane. Pua, Kau
namano and Nahinu voting against;
Reps. Kaiuauoha and Wtiite being
excused by request, and Ministers
Widemanu and Whiting, Nobles
Baldwin, Kanoa, and Reps. Wilder,
Ashfoul, Bush and Nuwahi being
Rep. Smith gave notice of meeting
of the Visiting Sanitary Committee
of 13 at 1:30 o'clock.
Noble Neumann gave notice of a
meeting of the committee on regis
tration matters at 2 o'clock.
At 12 the Assembly adjourned
NOT SMALL POX.
Dr. Trousseau, Port Physician,
promptly boarded the steamer W. G.
Hull when he received the message
of the President of the Board of
Health, lion. D. Dayton. The
doctor's examination of Kanakulo.i,
the fireman reported to have small
pox when the steamer anchored "ff
tho hat bur, enabled him at once to
assure the President "that there wan
not the remotest sign of small pox
about the young man." lie had 110
fever hut an eruption of herpetic
nature, which was all dried up, and
the young man was well to all ap
pearance. Dr. Trousseau considers,
and the community will agree with
In in, that Captain Simersou deserves
the gi eatc.il praise for his precaution;!
against the spicad of the (s. pposed)
disease, puiticularly as the captain
has in his possession a certificate
signed by Ihe Government Physician
in Ivan, stating that the case was one
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of E. V. Wood, at
McKces Rocks, Pa., says while ho
was wailing to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl cumc iu with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said: "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it it:
Ihe best medicine for rheumatism shu
ever used." 50 cent bottles lor sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
Picture Frames made to
order from latent styles ul
motihliiitf.s. Renovation ot
old pictitroH a specialty al
King Bros., Hotel street.
ST. ASIMI'.W'S CATIII'.DIIAI..
The services of the cathedral con
gregation, Sirth Sunday after Trin
ity, will lie as follows: Holy Com
munion 0:30 a. m. ; morning prayer,
11 a. in. ; Hawaiian evensong 3:30 p.
m.; evensong nti.l sermon 7:30 p.
in. All are invited.
The sen iC'-. of the S coud C'injjre
gallon of Si. Andrew's Cathedral
loMiiorrnw will be n follows: 51 : 4 A
a. m., .Morning I'r.iver with sermon :
Te Di'iiin niul Juli'i -iv, Sullivan in
D uiajot : bytiitis 2U0 and 202; an
them "Not unto in. O Luid.' by
B-irnhy. 0:3 1 p. in. v n-ong with
xt'i'moii ; Mugtiiilciit and Nunc DiniH
lis to diitilile chants, Autlieiii "B Irild
liou good anil joyful" by Wnuli.-lil,
hvmiis 2S1, 282 and 12. Rev. Alex
ander Muckmtosh, pastor. All ate
High Muss, 10 a. ui. ; Rosary and
cateclllsm, 2 p. in. ; Sermon followed
by tho Benediction of the Holy Sac
niment, -1 :30 p. in.
SKVUKTII DAY ADVLXTISr.
Seventh Day Adventists will have
Bible meetings every Sunday even
ing, at the cornet of Punchbowl and
Kvangelislic services will be con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7 :30
CLNTKAL UNION CUUKCII.
Services of worship on Sunday as
follows At 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Preaching by the pastor.
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
Evangelistic services in the Y
C. A. hall, G :30 to 7 : 15 p. in.
INVITATION TO THE PUBLIC.
The public are cordially invited to
take a drive (or a walk) to N aikiki
tomorrow aiternoon, and saunter
over those fine elegant seaside lots
to be sold at auction next Wednes
day. This will be the only chance
to obtain seaside lots at Waikiki,
with an unrivaled, clear beach. A
great many people delight iu spend
ing a few months at the beach, but
do not wish to impose on the hospit
ality of their friends who are the
fortunate possessors of residences
at Waikiki. To all these the advice
is given, don't fail to see the beach
lots to-morrow, and be sure to pur
chase the lease of one next Wednes
l', II Oil III II I'f.
The Paciiic IIaudwaue Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avenarius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
VLL accounts standing six mouths
and over, If not paid by August 1,
1802, will be plated for collection with
out further notice.
Honolulu, July 23, 18H2. -170 lw
, TWO Very Desirahh:
&'''& Pleasantly Located
frfv&'&C Building Lots, located on
KI111111 and Pensaeola streets, ibis city,
ate offend for sale ou advantageous
terms. For particulars Inquire at
47H 2w 38 Merchant street.
A NN U A Ij AI EETI XG.
rpilK Annual Meeting of the Stock-
X holders of Win. G. lrwhi As Co.,
(L'd). will take place at its olllce on
MONDAY, July 'JStli, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Secretary W. G. I. ic Co,, (L'd).
SI OH UEWAIU).
Ci I HA REWARD will lie paid for
p 1 VJVJ infoi iiiatinn that will lead
to the conviction of the peisnn or per
son who set lire to uiv stables.
Honolulu, July 21, 18U2. 477 3t
FOR 8 ALE
1 CARRIAGB Hoihii,
i 1 Phaeton, I Har
ness, complete and in
good order. Inquire
WM. O. ATWATKR.
Lost, Slra,ed or Stolen.
signed, J'anoa road,
lln en weeks ago, a
Bay Filly, 14'., hands
high, feet and miiiiu and lull black, will
all glow black. Ten (9 10) dollar ic
ward will he paid for the leliirn of the
Filly. E. L. MAKSilALL.
July 22, WJi. -17tf-2w
A SPECIAL Meeting of the Hoard of
Tuislees of the Queen's Hospital
will be held tit the Room of the Cham
ber of Coinmeice on MONDAY, tho 2.'d
August, 181)2, at 10 o'clock A. M , for till!
piu pose of cousl Jerlng proposed amend
ments to the By-Luws.
Honolulu, July 22, 1S02. J7lj.m
J HE OLDEST" DAILY, i th"
JL Kingdom-! ho Dally llulletiu.
OUR STOCK OF:
ALL OF WHICH AUG FRESH.
EVERY PACKAGE GUA
Xopultn IPx'ioos !
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO..
l''ort Ivl ntr I n-l h.
List of Firms Agreeing to Set
tle Accounts Monthly.
VUE the undersigned
" Dealers of Honolulu
with 11 view
to stop as much as feasahle the prac
tice of rendering Quarleily Accounts,
will from and after July 31st, 1802,
furnish our accounts for aiiioiiuts due
to us for goods, sold direct to con
sumers, every niuilth, and month by
month, ami will consider all payments
for goods thus sold during the month
Following that on which the sale of
such goods has been made:
THEO. H. DA VIES A CO.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
E. O. HALL it SON, Li.,
W. W. Hall.
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO., L'n.,
C. Boltn, V-P.
CASTLE A COOKE.
LEWIS A CO.
C1IAS. J. F1S1IEL.
H.MAY & CO.,
Per S. S.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
HOBRON, NEWMAN it CO.,
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.
MRS. THOS. LACK.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.,
F M. N.
LUDWIGSEN it CRON.
H. E. MclNl'YRE .t BRO.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'n.
M PHILLIPS it CO.
M. W. McCHIJSNEY it SONS.
K. OGURA it Co.
O. E. WILLIAMS.
U.S. TREGLOAN it SON.
Cll VS. HAMMER.
II. F. WJOUMANN.
WENNER it CO.
J. J. WILLIAMS.
W. E. FOSTER,
Pel T. E. Wall.
BENSON, SMITH it CO.
J HOPPit CD.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
(1. .1. Waller, Manager.
JOHN PHILLIPS '
FRED. PHI LP.
THE MANUFACTURERS SHOECO.
Per I). B. Smith.
HART it CO.
j. w. Mcdonald.
J. A GONSALVES.
CLUB S TABLES CO.,
J. S. MARTIN.
J. E GOMKS.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE UO,
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGEM'F'G CO.,
(i. A. Dillingham, Mannger
DAILY BULLETIN PUB. CO.,
D. Logan, Manager.
PEOPLE'S ICE CO.,
P.r J. II. L.
S. W. LEDERER.
J. EMMKLUI11 it CO.
JOHN F. COLBURN it CO,
Per Geo. Koch.
.IAS. NOTT, Jit.
E. HOFFSCGLAEGER it QQ,
WING WO TAJ CO,
CALIFORNIA FEED CO,,
T. J. King, Manager,
THOS. G. THRUM.
HAWAIIAN NEWS GO,,
J. ii. Sopei, Manager,
UNION FEED CO,,
F. W. Maefiiilane, Manager,
170 H . " "
istmSAik. &' '.KSiawa
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WOULD YOU DO ,IT !
tVifeOrV . -4fJlHk)
OTfcrl rfll 1
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcekels' Biuik, Honolulu.
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER FIT IN ANY STYLE OK
HQLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
!" rt ?4trt'4-t. ::.::: 2Bmkln!ii. . 1.
KiiiOTwimi m iwifaiw gjMwii mm .-.-j
104 Fort &rresc, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS 1
Special Redaction in School Hats
b- FOR I WEEK ONLY -xsa
CHitDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 GTS.
U'J'W0 Nicely Fun.Wied
vi I Rooms centrally located.
v IM 1 linniiis i'inl i;. 1 1 v
EiSSiC.lS Kmiuiro llm.t.ini.S Olllce.
Ji" 1. XIUELY Furnislied Collage
fiiX. L at Mnklkl ne.ii lleieta
EJk.15".V nia stieet ear. Rent SI0.0O.
Apply this ouiee. 4(il tf
mj. TAUVAL PRKMISES, 111
V.'i JL-' HeretJiil i street, opno-
slte Fort-htieet Church. Ap
ply to ' R. 1. I. II. I. IK,
:l2 tf AtTlico II. I)iivIi-.v(Vi.
mtk $ rV ' "n,,i" of '''vo Rooms
KJi-flift! 1 on Magii.ine stieet, with
gtt Ilathroom, Patent W. (!., elu ;
....I ...... ... .1... !..... . . 1. ....;. I..
iiiiiiiiaiiiU one of thu finest iews In
Honolulu. Apply to
477 If J.M. VIVAS.
A NICE Cottige on Beiu
liililn mIiihiI mini' Ptll'iil
SlSf stieet, eoutainiug Parlor, 'I .
Beihooins, Bathionui, Dluliig-roiuii.
Palitiy and Kitchen; Si-rvautV Room,
Canlage Hhiim', Stable, eie, Traiueari.
pllsei-i, 20 lllllllllen. Apply olllce Of
this paper. I.'i8 tf
FOR RENT or LIS VSE
'I'UK Pieuil-e on Biniuii
fttfL'&A 1 stieet lately occupied by
i?6fitrt!i A. II. Naoue. a New ami
Desirable House containing hlieiion,
Bathroom, etc , etc Abo. Outhouses j
on the picniUes, will bo rented or I
leaded. Possession given 1st oi ,iuiy
Apply ou the picinNcd,
15.', l m A. B.N' AON E.
NOTICE to DEIiTOKS.
'l"MIK uiidei signed lieiehy gives notice
I that shi' Is the sole owner of the
jiWehy busini'is heivtoliue conducted
for her ou Foil stieet, Honolulu, bv
Joseph Hubasli. Thai shu lias deier
uilui'd lo clos'i out said liu-liic?.- and to
call Iu all outstanding atcoiiuis, wlnre
loi e all pin lies owing a counts for goods
puiehased or woik ihiiuuu liei stole am
iieiehv uolllleil to make piompl puyiuuiil
of the same to C W. Asldoid, at Ills
ofilcii on .Meiehaiit siicel. Mr- Ash
foul's ircelptu will bo good acquittance
for all such account-.
MRS, K. BATOHELOR."
Honolulu, July 11, 1692, " 471 2w
If to keep up wlih the fiuliinn you
wr-ro lukid to fing u totig,
Wotihl ynu do it Yt'i-7.,
So w .ulil I.
If upon niuin iMtrrunt tapirs you wero
iirked in eniiie mt stronu,
W.111I1I von U II Yc-7
Sn Woiihl 1
S..me 'h..ik ill itiibllo loaUors nfo ft
U li.ive...Liioiis Ui-y,tr6
10 if I.. M.11.1I by.
Now h i'Vit for y.-ur t? H'on iml Co.i-
1 0 I'.ni 'i.ii t-k .1 to ill.)
Wmi'i '11 do It-Ycr? ,,
S.i W i'i J I.
KV ' ! We MopVd some penplo
ii i It eiu- il i mV piiroe,
Suiiie L!rfii.'ivi- libin.l. ti-ta V.it
son titiit biek to nllr-e.
WouUl vutt neiiil ilieiu Yi7
So Wjuld I,
tin" plows which turn our sod tip
shoutd b light and strong ttntl
II 1 sunt the "llr.sMmv BrtEAKP.n'a"
worth more than any two,
Would yon think so Yc?
So would 1.
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In seeking a medium wherein to adver
WARES or WANTS
Don't he deceived by tho declarations of
lUifiMiipulous publUhcis, hut
exiiinluo Into the
Of ilio two EuglUh dallies, You will
11 ml that while the Bui.i.i:tin U
not continually boasting,
IT GETS TirBIU'J
liiawuj very gratifying to advertiser.
I HAVE i our Flue Residence Site,
I situated ou i likol stieet, for sale.
The Lots have lUiontiiL'o of ill feet on
Pllkol stieet and ale 200 feet deep, aio
nicely laid out lit Hull and shade trees
ami aio nil covered With gr.is; water
laid on throughout. Thu situation (
these I.uS and the limited number make
It tieciosii'v that Intending puichasms
should muku early application to thu
uniUiieiuued, from whuui all paitieuhus
can he hud. .IAS, F, MORGAN.