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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1892.
Stmr Kinau from Maul and Hawaii
Uer ship J O Plluger, Welters, for San
OSS Oceanic, Smith, for San Francisco
Stmr Hawaii for llumakua, Hawaii
Sloop Kalulaui for Pearl City
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
K M S Maiiposa, llaywaid, for San
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kliwu 1C0 sheep. 1 horse, 24 pigs,
11 bales wool. Cj bundles hides, Ii7
bags corn, 273 bags potatoes, 31 cs
pineapples, 240 pkgs sundries.
From Muui and Hawaii, per stmr
Kinau, July 27 From Volcano: Mii-s
Virginia Calhoun, Hev Mr Osborne, G
Osborne, A A Moore, Jr, F Andrew,
Chas Wilson, C O Wise, Miss Sarah L
King, Miss Maria Margo, Miss Kate
W Honey, Miss A M Fulton, A A
Moore and wife, Mirs C Moore, Miss
Kate Gilmer, Mits A E West, A II
Hancock and wife, Mis E A Scbulen
berg, Judge F II Henshaw, It W
Fitzgerald, E Woltncr, P 11 Kitcat,
Miss Van Anglen, J E ltolker, G Bal
four, B D Muidock. From way ports:
Capt W Matson and wife, II 15 Ander
son, MibS l-i Crozier, E Koss, Carl
Maertens, J)r K 15 Williams, Carl
Ueinhardt, J K Kabookano, Mrs It
Kycroft and child, Hon F S Lyman,
Miss Bella Weight, MibS Jessie Curtis,
MrsJNawalii, Miss Hattio Anna, P
L Lord, G Giob, S Kato, K Ogura,
Miss L llaaheo, Fathers Celebtin
Maxames, Oliver and Paul, E
Caroy, wife and 2 children, Mrs V G
Walker, J J McDonald, It T ltickard,
Miss Mary Itandall, Miss Mary Low,
Mrs J S Smithies, Miss 15 Smithies,
Master H P Juild, G C Akina, L Aeeu,
A Tibbs, Miss M L Teal, Miss A K
Grovor, Mrs 11 It Hind. Geo U Hind,
Joe King, Mrs E Wilcox, Kev T L
Gulick and wife, W 15 Keanti, Jas
Shaw, wife and child, A StC Piianaia,
wife and child, and 80 deck.
For San Francisco, per O it O S S
Oceanic, July 27 Mr and Mrs WO
Atwater, Giudnur K Wilder, Clias T
Wilder and others, and 2(5 cabin pas
sengers in transit
From Yokohama, per S S Oceanic,
July 20- P T Susmaii, Mis J Susinaii, E
Sehwabaeh, Mrs Schwabach, Kev O II
Gulick, Mrs Gulick.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S San Francisco, Itear-Adiulral
Brown, from San Diego
Am bktno Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco Am sclir Aloha, Johnson, from San
Dim bkJ J Lotz, Nelson, from Hon
duras II B M S Champion, Kooke, Johnston
Get- bk Isenberg, Kiin-e, from San Fran
cisco Am bkt S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Am bk Matilda, Swenson, fiom San
Am sh Topgallaut, Keynolds, from De
Am sh Morning Light, Joliaiisen, from
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Iliei, Mori, from Japan
USB Boston, from San Francisco, July
Am bktno Wiestler, Bergman, from Syd
ney Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, Juno
Haw ship Helen Biewer, from Ghn-gow,
due Aug lfi
Am bk Maiguiot from Newcastle, NSW
Ilk (Si eta from Newcastle, N S W
It M S Mariposa, llayward. from the
Colonies, July 27
It M S Alameda, Morse, fiom San Fran
cisco, July 2!)
S S Australia, lloudlette, fiom San Fran
cisco, August 10
Am bk Forest Queen, Nelson, from San
The little Iron steam tug Alice has
been beached near tho O Jt & L Go's
'the German ship .) (J Piluger, Captain
Wolieis, sailed this afternoon at 2:30
o'clock for Sail Fiaueisco In ballast.
The barl.eiitliu Planter after being In
tho stream awaiting sugar-fur two weeks
or mine has been docked near the old
Custom lloiiBu wharf.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Miss Virginia Calhoun returned
from tho Volcano this morning.
Titr. U. S. cruiser Boaloi. is not c.x
peeled tonrrivu boforo tho und of the
No less than twenty-eight nitpson
gora arrived by tho stcamur Kinau
this morning from the Volcano.
IlKV. O. II. Qulick and Mrs. Gulick,
who arrived from the Orient by the
Oceanic, are guests of Mrs. L. Mc
VuHRfcit E. O. Tuttle of The O. & O.
S. S. Oceanie has favored tho Bulle
tin with a lilt of the Japan Daily
Gaiunik Iv. Wilder and Charles T.
Wilder were passengers on the S. S.
Oceanic to-day for San Franeitco for
a pleasuie trip.
Tiik entire household furniture of
M. T. Doniioll will be told at auction
by J. F. Morgan to-morrow at 10
o'clock, at tho residence.
Tin: steamer Kinau brought an un
usually large number of passengi rs
from tho otherislauds, school teachers
being numerous among them.
A KFJIKAUBAI, of the opera "Cru
saders," by the Ahahui Melo Hawaii
Noeau (Tho Hawaiian Classical Oper
atic Co), at tho Opeia lloiuo this
J. MiTCHKM. was arrested yestetday
for asMiult and battery This morn
ing tho difficulty was amicably settled
between tho parties concerned and
Mitchell was dit-charged.
Tin: band will give a concert com
plimentary to Mr. S. M. Shortridge,
of San Francisco, this evening at the
Hawaiian Hotel. Mr. Shortridge will
leave by tho S. S. Mariposa.
Tiik Honolulus and Hawaii's will
play tho next to tho final game in the
League series on Saturday next.
Should the Honolulus win both games,
they will-bo sure for third place.
Mu. and Mrs. W. O. Atwater left on
the Oceanic this afternoon for the
Coast whore they will make their
future homo. Their household furni
ture will go by tho barkontino S. N.
Tiiih:k native girls weie brought
befoio the Police Justice this morning
charged with disobedience to parent..
Consenting to bo good in tho ftuuic
and mend their ways, they were dib
charged. Tin: general verdict of the many
tourists who have laved in the blue
waters of tho Pacific, as rolled up to
tho doors of the Long Branch Baths,
of which Col. Jas. Sherwood is pro
prietor, is that tho bathing facilities
Tiik trial of Dr. John Arthur Irwin
at New York, on a charge of having
performed an illegal autopsy on tho
body of Washington Irving Bishop,
the mind reader, ended in a disagree
ment of the jury. They stood nine
lor conviction and thieo for acquittal,
and Judge Fitzgerald discharged
Tin: Scotch flint stone lauded from
tho lliitish ship Benmore was used in
a portion of tho macadami.ing of
Queen street, below Fort street.
When the steam roller had gone over
it a few times it was seen that tho
portion whore the stone had been used
would not "set," consequently it had
to be dug up aga'n and the native
Tiik Occidental it Oriental Steam
ship Oceanic, W. II. Smith, Comman
der, arrived yesterday at -1 p. m. from
Yokohama, making Hie passage in 10
days, (5 hours and 35 minutes, and re
ports as follows: Left Yokohama,
July lGtli at 10:33 a. m.; hud fresh
easterly winds and line weather tho
entire passage. Tho Oceanic is ex
pected to sail for San Francisco- this
The suit of Col. S. Norris against
Madame Emily de Ucrblay for S3000
debt on a bond furnished some time
ago, when it was attempted on the
part of the defendant to place the
plaintiff in bankruptcy, to prevent
his disposal of iiis property while iier
suit on an old claim was pending, is
on trial by a foreign jury before
Col. Norris the other day lost his
suit ngninst the same defendant for
S 10,000 damages on account of the
bankruptcy proceedings. The whole
of the morning was consumed before
a satisfactory jury could he-collect
ed, as the plaintiff barred all who
had sat on the previous case. A. S.
Ilartwell, F. M. Hatch and J. M.
Davidson for plaintiff; P. Neumann,
L, A. Thurston and W. F. Frear for
Information was received at the
Police Station this morning that a cho
fa bank owned by a Chinaman was in
full swing on an extensive scale at
Kamoiliili. Police olllucrs Louis
Totiissant and .David Kaapa immedi
ately sot out on horseback for the
spot. When they arrived at the
place they saw a largo crowd of peo
ple, mostly from town, lounging
around but not a clic fa ticket in
sight. It is presumed by the officers
that some one hud forestalled them
and warned the bunkers. The scene
at the place was similar to Unit seen
every day at the upper end of AIuu
nakea street. The supposition is thai
the city was getting too warm for
tlieni and they have taken to the sub
urbs, having runners on horseback.
A lalo Japan Weekly (Jazetle con
tains the following: "Tho Japanese
in Honolulu, it would seem, tire in no
particular hurry to return to their
native country, but arc pushing on
to pastures new. Our Honolulu ex
changes inform us that 21 had lately
taken pasbuge for San Francisco, and
the same paper remarks that the emi
gration to the United Stales has been
great of late,"
Wi'.ii.ni-suay, July 27, 181)2.
The Assembly convened at 10.
Prayer by the Chaplain, l.eading of
minutes by Clerk and Interpreter.
The President appointed Hep. Ash
ford and Noble Miicfarlanc to serve
on Horner's Hanking Hill.
Hep. Wuipuihuii offered a resolu
tion that, from information received
it was reported that the deputy
sheriff of Ewa had obtained some
tins of opium, but on examination the
contents revealed only dust. He
solved, therefore, thai a select com
mittee be appointed to investigate
the matter. The introducer inudc
argument to the effect that a select
committee was necessary as the
Opium Committee were slow in their
Noble Pua objected also to refer
ence to the Opium Committee, they
were so slow in their movements thai
it would seem as though they were
stupefied with tho stuff they handled.
He favored reference to a select
Pep. Ivauhi said that he was sur
piised altlic introduction of tlic reso
lution. Tho deputy sheriff in thai
district would feel like venting his
wrath on him because he would be
lieve that he was cognizant of the
introduction of the resolution. He
wished to state publicly that he had
no knoivledge of it before the intro
duction. Do know something about
the transaction and consider it should
l'ep. Hush favored investigation
and would be pleased to learn if we
are in the last days. The Hiblc state
ments are now being proved. There
are miracles being daily per
formed. In Ewa they have put in a
weak officer ; I hear that the Marshal
and his friends drove up here lately
bringing opium up in an express
Pep. losepa had no confidence in
the workings of the Opium Commit
tee. There is something wiong with
thai committee. Did not wisli to be
a member of any select committee ;
had no scent for opium, but did
favor the resolution as presented.
Hep. Smith said that lie was in
favor of a most thorough investiga
tion of the matter, but it seemed to
him that the Opium Committee could
control the subject if they only work
ed. Noble Marsden said thai he as a
member of the committee was at
tending to the matter, but at the
same time lie believed that the result
would be, as in former times, a large
bundle of documents, which were
Noble Walbridge said that the
Opium Committee of which he was a
member, had not had a meeting for
several days, yet there was attention
being paid to the subject by indivi
dual members of the committee.
Pep. Smith said that there were
people high in society and high in
power who were assisting the traffic.
He was opposed to license or the
privilege of opium selling in any
form. The idea of licensing was
only the fulfillment of the thought of
"letting tilings go to the devil and be
done with it." Ho believed that
there was something radically wrong
with the foundation ; the chief officers
who had charge of this matter were
shirking their duty or else were in
with the people who were dealing in
this deadly drug.
Pep. Hush moved thai a special
committee be appointed and lie wish
ed to be on the committee. He knew
of a person who was peddling opium
all over the country.
Voices Who is he? Why don't
you have him arrested?
Pep. Hush That I cannot do;
there arc several women engaged in
it and she is not now here.
Pep. Koahou from the Committee
on Opium said thai they had met
many obstacles in the course of their
investigations. People who had pro
mised to assist were very diffident
in supplying reliable information. It
was uphill work to obtain anything
like a regular meeting. He had no
objection to have this matter referred
to a special committee. The resolu
tion only refers to one tin of opium
which by some jugglery has been
Iransmogrilied from opium to earth,
and it could without any objection
on his part lie referred to a select
l'ep. Smith offered us an amend
ment tho following: "That the reso
lution be referred to a select commit
tee to examine into the facts and re
port ami also to examine into and
report upon the general subject of
the introduction and use of opium in
the Kingdom and repot I recommend
ations relating to the same."
On motion the amendment of Pep.
Smith was cariied.
The President announced thai the
special committee on the resolution
of Pep. Waipuilanl would consist of
Peps. Wnipiillnui, Husli, White, lva-
piihu, and Noble Pua,
Pep. Waipuilani gave- notice that
the select committee, would Hold a
meeting at recess to get acquainted
with ouu another.
Noble J. M. Humor gave iioticu of
a meeting of the committee on Horn
er's Hanking Hill after adjournment.
Minister Parker would like to have
the House take a recess at this hour
(11,1i) on account of a Cabinet
Action was delayed by tho Clcik
reading answers from the Attorney
(leiieral to questions of Pep. Kupaliu
to the effect that: (1) In all opium
cases but three police olllccr.s have
received their shares of lines liupos
ed. In the three eases one-half
the line is retained by the Marshal
for payment to the Chinese informers
upon demand theiefor. (2) Tho po
lice have never sworn to any ex
penses. (.'!) Statement is made of
olllcers from whom pay is deducted
on account of illness, and also ex
planation that, if any olllcer is ab
sent without leave or through sick
ness more llinti seven days in any one
month half the pay allowed at the
monthly rate is deducted for each
day so absent. As the amount de
ducted in each eac has never been
drawn from tho Treasury it could
not be returned to it.
The Clerk read reply to questions
proposed to the Minister ol Hie In
terior by Pep. Pua, relative to the
number of, and to whom, wholesale
licenses to sell spirituous liquors:
K. Hoffsohlacger & Co, II. W.
Schmidt & Sons, G. W. Msiofarlune
& Co., Gonsalvcs & Co., Hop lling,
QiiongOn Kcc&Co., II. llackfold
&Co., Wing WoTai & Co., Wing
Wo Clinn & Co., Quong Sam Kec ec
Co., F. A. Scluiefer & Co. Petail
licenses had been issued to W. C.
Peacock, II. Vierrn, P. Mcluerny,
Hawaiian Hotel Co., (L'd), James
Olds, E. S. Cimha, II. P. Miicfar
lanc, L. 11. Deo, S. Nowlein, J. II.
Lovejoy, F. L. Leslie, Yeong Young,
J. W. itieard, J. K. Miller, J. S.
At 11 :-10, on motion, t'lic Assem
bly look recess until 1 :30 p. in.
COOD DAY'S SALES.
Snlc of HenNlilo I.iiIn itcsult-. In u
Vnrly liiroinc to I lie (nrrn
Diiwiiecr ill' TN5.
The sale of the leases of five sea
side residences at Wnikiki belonging
to Her Majesty the Queen Dowager
took place at noon to-day, at the
salesioom of J. F. Morgan. The
attendance was large and the bidding
brisk. The leases are for twenty
years, but the sales were per annum,
and resulted as follows:
Lot A Sold to K. C. Powe, at
Lot B Sold to I'hos. Wiiglit, at
Lot C Sold to Chas. Ilustace, Jr.,
at 81. "-.j.
Lot D-Sold to Dr. C5eo. Trous
seau, at Sl."),"i.
Lot E Sold to Her Majesty Queen
Ldiuokalani, at 815").
These lots are situate on the east
side of the Waikiki church and com
mand a good sea view. The income
annually according to the sales will
be $785, and for twenty years $1",
700. The residence lot at Palama with a
convenient cottage Ihcicou, adjoining
the Dwight residence, was sold to C.
15. Dwight for $925.
The sale of household furniture in
Hie morning at the same place, by J.
F. Morgan, was very good, every
thing being sold.
V. .1. McCakthv
sheet fin t-alo.
has lots on
Ai-rm: shaving in-e Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith A Co., Agent..
Si'MiuitN lelieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. BeiiMiu, Smith A Co.,
N. S. Sachs has ohildion's bats and
infants' bonnets, the largest assort
ment to be found.
Hawaiian Lodge, K. it A. M., will
liold a special meeting for woik in the
lirut degree this evening.
Ladii'k' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their hour-es by Mits
Wolf, 715 Beretania fticd, Mutual
Telephone ()!)(!. S-:ini
Dki.iciouk coii'ee and chocolate will
lie mu veil every morning e.uly. at the
Pal. ice Ice Cieam P.irloi.-, I.udwigi-cu,
A Cron, Hotel street. 1-tf
A child's embroidered jacket and
gold pin have been left in a ' Waikiki
tranicar, and n reward for their return
is offered by F. M. Swun.y.
Dit. McLiin.s'A.n has leniuved to
Alakea slieet, opposite thoY.M.O.
A. bull, promices lately occupied by
Doctor Lutz. Office hours, '.) to 12,
2 to -I and evenings (i to 7. Sunday.:
It) to 1. Bell '1 deplume, 1!7, Mutual,
Miss Maiiy Lyu:, lately book-keeper
with Eguii A (jtiiiu, is .oparetl t do
Monographing and type-writing at
modeiate rates. Graduate of Mould's
Hu.-inet-f College, S.in Fianci.-co.
Ollico with O. .1. Mel'aithy, 115 Mer
chant street. 2-1 m
Tin: Hawaiian Hanlwaie Co., Ld ,
have elected the following ollieeis for
the ensuing year: K. H. Hendry,
President; Hon. John Kiia, Vice Pre
sident ; II. M. vou Holt, Secretary
and TreiiMirer; Godfrey Blown, Audi
tor; Uicm' with the addition of Cecil
Brown to be the lloaid of Direttois.
JW lt SAI .80!
rOIIH undersigned offei.- for wilu the
1. biihineosol the Itrmmwick Billlaitl
Parlor,, the host equipped liiMitutioii of
liie kind hi Honolulu. To the rlglu man
they are a very dcnliablu pioperly. They
will be sold'at an ca.y llguie. Fiutlier
paiticiil.u-s on application to
A. W. IIOWK,
IhO lw Proprietor.
'HK undersigned ililu- that all hills
iig.dntl Hi" I'llleilou haloon lor
i the- ipiaiter ending .Mine autli im pie
! Minted at once. L. 11 1KK,
Honolulu,. Inly i-'o, 1M:
hi n ,ou uiiui a Foil rait
ISnlargiMl ;.ilt on IviiitfBrnH.,
tfot Uuilr piluo IihI and see
of I iit.jl.i. 'lliti win't bo uout.
OUR STOCK OF
ALL OF WHICH AUK FKKSII.
EVE11Y PACKAGE GUA-
18 AN PEED AT
IPopulsi,!- Prices !
HOBRON. NEWMAN & CO.,
0i"ii1 Korl At
SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 30.
Benefit of Kawaialiao Church,
Under the Patronage of Her Majety
The Aiiaiii'i Mni.i: Hawaii Xoi:ai;
will give Niels liadeV Beautiful Can
tata, in tluee paits, entitled,
aV" The Cantata will be given in Ha
waiian, miller the management of .Mrs.
Haalelea, with appiopiiutc Tableaux,
OoMuiiihig, etc. Soloi by the Well
Miss F. J. Nolle,
Mrs. Leihulu Keohokalolc,
Mr. Robt. S. Kapua,
Assi-ted by an HHleiuut Chorus and Or
chestra under the direction of Pinf. II.
Berger, witli the help of D. K. Niiune
and D. U Naone.
BSy Librettos for the occasion will be
for ale at the Opera llou-e.
C" Prices of
SI. 00. 7."e and 30c,
SS- Box Ollico
July lith, at 1 r
Lewis J. Levey.
at Hie ollice of
H. F. WICH.MAN
Is showing a beaiiliful Hue of
In the pleiced work now so popu
lar and at prices which you will
For SiKih High Grade Goods.
fl. F. W1CHMAN
KIjMJTION of OKKIOKKS.
A 'I' the annual meeting of
holders of the Hanalei Sugar
Mill Ci, In hi this day, the following
ollicoir, weie elected fur the eiiBiiing
Vice Pie-ident .
L. Cutter, Km.,
Hun. J. N. S. William,
Seeietaiy I.O. Cattei,
'I'luapuriT. . . .Geo. II. BobmlBoii,
Who a to also Direelois of the Com
pany. .1.0. CAPTFit,
Seeietaiy II. S, M.0.
lluiioluln, July 18, 1&U2. 171-lm
Infant Foods !
WOULD YOU DO IT !
If to keep up Willi the fashion you
were asked to sing a song,
Would you do it Yes?
So would 1.
If upon some current topics you were
asked to come out strong,
Would you do it Yes?
So would I.
Some think all public matters arn a
horrid boie, but I
Like men to have opinions they are
ii'.uly to stand by,
Now if ever for your Queen and Coun
try you were asked to ilie
Would you do it Yes?
So would I.
It's time we stopped snmo people
from ll'ieing Hawaii's puree,
Some Legislative blunderers Willi I
sending back to nurse.
Wmilit vtili vmifl llinmYna?
S(I Wiillltl I.
The plows which turn our soil Up
should be light ami strong ami
If I (Miid tho "Hr.Nimv BiiKAKi:it's"
woitb more than any two,
Would you think so Yes?
So would I.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Banc, Honolulu.
Children's Hats - - - Infants' Bonnets.
The Largest Assortment Can be Found at
104 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
CHILDREN'S LACE HATS-
CHILDREN'S SILK MULL HATS
CHILDREN'S SiLK HATS.
CHILDREN'S MUSLIN HATS.
CHILDREN'S STRAW & LEGHORN HATS.
INFANTS' LACE BONNETS.
INFANTS' CHIFFON BONNETS.
INFANTS' MUSLIN BONNETS.
INFANTS' SILK BjNNETS.
Sun Bonnets in Whits, Cream, Light Blue and Pink.
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PPOPEP FIT IN ANY STYLE OF
m GLASSES or SITOCIIS DESIRED!
H0LLI3TER & CO., DRUGGiSTS.
IO! ?! K( r(.
,ft.-fpW() Nicely Furnished
t".iWi A- Pooins centrallv located.
i5:Je I.- i.... i .ii...
aa i'.ikiuuu iiui.i.i.i in wince.
' 4. XI IOPLY Furnished Cottage
.tj?Va 1 at Makiki near Beieta
fiSS&te nia-stieet car. Hent SIO.OO.
Apply this olllc.'. .Ilil tf
iHVAL PKB.MISKS, ill
lleretani i stieet, oiino-
slte Foit-htleet Chiiich. Ap
H. I. 1,11.1, IK,
At Then II. I 111 Vies A- Co
NKW lloiiro of Five Hodim
on Magazine stieet, with
lSatliroom, Patent V. (J., etc
4 one of the lliicl views in
J. M. VIVAS.
I'-V & A N1UK CottHge on Bere
vSfF, il taula stieet near Pllhil
BttELil? stieet. containing Parlor, Two
lleilriiiims, BalluiKiui, I'liihig-ioom,
Pantry ami Kitchen; Servant's Kooiu,
Carriage House, Stable, etc. Traiucar
pii'jnuveiy 'JU minutes. Apply ollice of
this paper. I.'in tf
FOK KENT or LIS VSIS
w .. rl"MIK Premlse-i on Kiiima
f' v SS L stieet lately occupied by
feiftiKfiS A. II. Naone, a New and
Desirable House containing Kitchen,
Batluoom. etc, etc. AImi, Outhouses
on the picmlsf., will be leiiled or
le:ied Possession given 1st of July.
Apply on the pii'iulscs.
tnr. Im A. II. NAON'K.
xoricis to msisToi.s.
'PIIK un(leilL'iiei hoieby give, milieu
JL thai she Is the Mile owner of the
ji-weby bu.ine-K heietoforu conducted
for her on Port slieet, Honolulu, by
liieph Hubash. Thai s-lm has deter
mined to uon out said business and to
call In all outstanding utcoiiiils, where
foie all iaitie onlng account, (or goods
piurhai-eil or woik dune at hei ttoio me
heiuli) uotillcd tu make uoiupt payment
of the Mime to C W. Athloul, at bin
ollice on Mcichant rtieet. Mr. Atli
fonl's leeelpirt will be good aci)iilttauce
fur all such accounts.
MPS. !:. BATCH LLOlt.
Honolulu, July II, fJl. 171 :'w
ya v?. -a
tloimllllll II. I
announce the ariival
J. G. PFLUCER
with a Full
Oils & Faints,
Bags & Bngging,
i a 13 ,
Ocmciit & Fire Clny,
LI A HDWAKK,
Mineral W iteis,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
I IIAVK lour Flue Pesldence Sites,
1 Mtuated on i iikoi hlieet, tor sale.
Tim Lots have a tioniuiro of III feet on
Pbkol btreei ami mo 200 feet deep, aiu
nicely laid out in fruit and shade trees
anil are all covered with gras; water
laid on throughout. The situation of
these hots ami (lie limited number make
it ueeessaiy that intending purchasers
should make early application to thu
uiidei signed, from whom all parlieiihus
can be had. .LIS. F. MOKUAN.
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