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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, AUG. 9, 1892.
TlIESIl vy, Aug. !).
Stmr Mikahala for Kmtal, at 5 p lit
Stmr Clnudluu for Maui at 5 p in
Stmr Kinuu for Matt! ami Hawaii at 12 p m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr .Tnines Makee for Hatialei and Hana-
maulti at 1 ii m
Stmr 1'elo, for Makuwoli at 3 p m
For Maui and Hawaii ior stmr
Kinnu, Aug 9 Mrs Richardson, Miss
Alexander, Miss Richardson, Miss H
Clarke, Master E L Leke, Miss E K
Nawahi, Annie Akanui, Miss E Ke
aloha, H F "Wichinan, Dr Williams,
Rov G M Hyde and Mrs Hyde, Miss
Julia Curtis, Fathers Oliver, Paul
and Maximo, Theo Wolff, F B Ga
lun, W W Bruner, Bros Charles,
lionry and Ignatius, Rov O 11 Gu
lick and wife, Rov Sister Nonll, Miss
Gulick, Rov Sistor Thurbor, Miss
Lindsay, Rov Sistor Dullin, Mrs
Wong, E G Hitchcock, J A Scott,
Mrs McKonzio, servant and child.
The steamer James Mukce will sail for
ports on Kauai to-morrow evening.
The, bark Matilda received several tons
of stone .ballast to-day. Slio will leave in a
day or so for the Sound.
The steamer 1'elo will leave to-morrow
afternoon for Makawuli, Kauai, with about
two hundred tons of coal.
The French frigate Dubourdicu will re
coivo between three and four hundred tons
of coal dnring iter stay here.
Francis Harding was arrested on
Saturday at tho instigation of L. M.
Johnson, photographer, on Nuuauu
street. Johnson claimed that Hard
ing, as his agent and canvasser, had
disposed of a certain number of
viows, but had boon deficient in his
accounting of tho proceeds. Ho
stated that D. M. Crowloy had fur
nished him withv.$65 capital to start
in business and ho found it hard to
pay it back. Harding had boon
working for him for two months and
had dono satisfactory work until a
week ago, when ho became delin
quent. Harding was tried in tho Police
Court this morning on tho charge of
embozzlomont of $35, tho amount
Johnson claimed, but Ihoro being no
other direct ovidonco than tho com
plainant's, Harding was discharged.
But this was not to bo all. Harding's
iro had been aroused and ho gave in
formation (o a prominent photo
grapher in town that Johnson was
jn tho habit of soiling immoral pic
tures. This photographor has signi
fied his intention of having Johnson
arrested on a charge of having such
pictures in possession.
Mr. J. P. Blaizo? an extensive real
estate dealer in Dos Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of tho severest
attacks of pnoumouia, while in tho
northern part of that state during
a rocont blizzard, says tho Saturday
Roviow. Mr. Blaizo had occasion to
drive several miles during tho storm,
and was so thoroughly chilled that
ho was unable to got warm, and in
side of an hour after his return ho
was threatened with a severe case of
pnouinonia or'lung fever. Mr. Blaizo
sent to tho nearest drug store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which ho had often hoard,
and took a nuinbor of largo doses.
Ho says tho offoot was wonderful,
ami that in a short time he was
breathing quite easily. Ho kept on
taking tho iuodieinel and tho next
day was able to go to Dos Moines.
Mr. Blaizo regards his cure os simply
wonderful. Fifty cont bottles for
sale by all dealers. Bonson, Smith
& Co., Agents.-
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Joo Strong tho artist is coming
back to Honolulu.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
clear; wind, high northeast.
W. L. Wilcox will leave this even
ing on the Mikahala for Kauai.
Tho Palolo water fracas case has
boon postponed until .August 18.
There will bo boat races at. Pearl
City on September 2d, tho Queen's
The S. S. Australia from tho Coast
will bo along to-morrow morning
bright and early.
Tho complimentary concert to
Prof. J. W. Yamdloy has,beon post
poned until next Tuesday.
A number of cyclists aro out. prac
ticing already for tho Pacific Wheel
men's race on tho 27th inst.
Mr. L. Hough and Miss Bertha
Doxter will bo married this ovoning
at tho Central Union Church.
Tho sale of tho Wigwam Billiard
Parlors has boon postponed on ac
count, of tho absence of an interest ed
Mr. Chas. L. Hopkins sat as Police
Justice this morning. Judgo Win.
Foster is still confined to his house
A battalion of bluejackets and
marines from tho U. S. F. S. San
Francisco had drill on tho plains
Don't forget tho second presenta
tion of "Tho Crusaders" by Hawaiian
amateurs on Saturday night at tho
Tho machine of Engine Co. No. 4
has been loaned to Engine Co. No.
1, whilo tho latter company's ma
chino is being repaired.
There will bo a debate on a bibli
cal question in Queen Emma hall
this ovoning between members of
tho Hawaiian Y. M. C. A.
Bon Gallagher pleaded guilty to a
chargo of assault and battery on
Jacob Sims on August 4th, in tho
Police Court this morning, and was
Mrs. Gray is going to Kauai by
tho Mikahala this ovoning for a visit
of a few weeks. During her absence
Mr. F. M. English will officiate as
organist of St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Admiral Brown of the U. S. F. S.
San Francisco has improved so far
as to able to tako daily rides on
shore. His many friends wore pleased
to seo tho Admiral vestoulav after
A lantern exhibition will bo given
by tho Scottish Thistle Club, to tho
relatives and friends of members, in
tho Firo Polico hall a week from Sat
urday. Mr. J. Lightfoot will bo tho
Tho electric search lights of the
French frigate Dubourdiou woro
turned on from both bow and storn
last evening shortly after 7 o'clock.
Tho moon intorfored somewhat with
tho o fleet.
Ahakuelo (k.) and Ano (w.) were
found guilty of a ponal offonso in
tho Polico Court this morning and
sentenced to twelve months' im
prisonment at hard labor. They ap
pealed tho caso.
Mr. C. J. McCarthy informs us
that tho bananas containing seed
aro not .a freak of nature. This
species is named Mum Ennete and is
the only banana t hat has seeds. Its
only valuo is for ornainontal pur
poses. A Chinaman driving a wagon ran
over an elderly native yesterday on
Bothol street. The driver sang out.
to the man but the latter was deaf
and did not hear him. Tho old man,
with thooxcoption of a shaking up,
was not hurt much.
Captain do Vaisseau Besson of the
French flagship Dubourdiou, accom
panied by Mons. Vizzavona, acting
French Commissioner, to-dny paid
official visits to Governor Cloghorn,
tho Ministers of Foreign Affairs and
tho Interior, tho Catholic Mission,
and the Convont.
A Board of Enquiry, consisting of
tho Engineers of tho Firo Depart
ment and Foremen of the different
companies, mot at tho Boll towor
yesterday ovoning, to enquire into
tho accident to Engine Co. No. 1 en
gine There was a slim attendance
and aftor somo littlo discussion the
board decided to refer tho matter to
tho Board of Representatives.
Captain Cook Lodge No. 1, Sons
of St. Georgo, hold their regular
weoklj meeting yesterday ovoning
and decided on having an outing at
Roinond Grove on September 2d,
the Queen's birthday. Committees
on arragomuuts, sports, dancing, etc.,
woro appointed and every prelimi
nary tending to an enjoyable cele
bration was done. Tickets will bo
placed at popular prices.
Floor Walker "Don't you hear
Miss Sellon calling 'cash' at the top
of her voice?" Cash Boy "Yep,"
"Why don't you go to hor?" "Taint
ni' turn. It's Jim .Unison's." "Whore
is Jim?" "Ho just fell down th'
Street A Smith's Good
Tuksdav, Aug. 5).
Assembly convened at 10 a. in.
Prayer by Chaplain. Heading of
minutes by the Clerk and Interpre
ter: approved as rend.
Meetings were announced of the
Opium Committee at 9 o'clock lo
morrow morning and of the Pearl
Harbor at i p. in. to-day.
Noble J. M. Horner gave notice of
a bill relating to foreign firo insur
Minister Spencer reported that
tho Queen had signed tho bill to
create a polico justiceship for tho
district of Hilo, Hawaii.
Noble Borgor from tho Commit too
on Accounts gnvo notico of intention
to introduco a bill to provide an ad
ditional sum to cover tho expenses
of tho Legislature.
Noblo Neumann, under suspension
of tho rules, presented a report from
the Judiciary Committee on Bill
No. 124 relative to tho allowance of
bail by defendants in criminal no
tions, and to tho effect that tho com
mittee considered tho bill meritori
ous and tluvy recoininond its passage
with proposed slight amendments.
Report tabled for consideration with
On motion at 10:30 the Assembly
proceeded with tho consideration of
tho Order of tho Day.
Tho special order of tho day was
tho consideration of tho Hawaiian
Banking Act, introduced by Noblo
J. M. Horner.
Noblo Macfarlano stated that tho
Bill was a vor important ono and
ho did not think that it was proper
to proceed with tho subject until
tho House was fully prepared to dis
cuss it. Ho moved that considera
tion bo deferred until Thursday of
Noblo Baldwin favored postpone
ment, ho was not fully prepared to
discuss tho matter.
Noblo J. M. Hornor, tho hit roducer
of tho Bill, had no objection to the
postponement of consideration.
On motion the Assembly resolved
into Committee of thoVhole, Rep.
Kainauolia in tho chair, and took up
tho consideration of. tho Bill.
Noblo Macfarlano renewed his
motion in Committee that ho had
previously made in tho House and
it was coincided with.
On motion tho Committee rose
and reported action taken and tho
report was adopted.
Bill No. 87, relating to tho criino
of murder, was read a third tinio and
Bill 111, to require bicycles and
similar vehicles to carry lights, was
read a third time and passed.
Bill 120, to amend Chapter XIX.
of tho Civil Code, relating to tho
timoof commencing personal actions,
was read for tho third time.
Rop. Smith said that tho bill dis
criminated against foreign creditors
and ho failed to seo tho justice
Noblo Neumann said under our
presont laws there is no bar by limi
tation of time to a demand by a resi
dent in foreign parts against a resi
dent in those islands if tho causo of
action aroso outside of tho Kingdom.
Such demands arising horo aro
barred by statute aftor a laiso of six
years. If a person recovers judg
ment abroad upon a cause of action
arising there the defendant has had
his day in Court and been enabled
to make his defense; thoroforo the
statuto does not bar a foreign judg
ment obtained in a Court of record
earlier than a judgment in our local
Courts; with an unlit igated demand
there exists this reason to make the
time of limitation shorter. Tho
resident in Hawaii lias not an
equal facility for marshalling the
evidence upon-' which his defense
rests with the plaintiff who resides
at tho place abroad where tho action
arose. Set off, accord, payment and
all other like defenses aro more
dillioult to prove by tho absent
debtor than the justice of tho de
mand by tho creditor thoroforo it is
proper to force tho creditor; of such
a demand to commence his action
within n shorter and more reasona
On motion tho Bill passod.
Third reading of Hill !Wa, to
amend Chapter 28 of the Session
Laws of 1878, relating to duties.
This Hill consists of increased duties
on various articles regarded as luxu
ries and tho items have previously
boon published in the Bullktin.
Tho Bill was road throughout by
Clork McCarthy and Interpreter
Wilcox, and on motion was passed,
Bill H50, relative to tho currency
and authorizing the issuance of $10-
notes, was road a third time and
Second reading of Bill 115, relat
ing to internaltaxes; a report of
a special committee of tho Legis
lature of 18JH). Tho bill was read
section by section, and up to recess
section (i had been read and passed
with but slight amendments from
At 12:05 recess was hud until 1:!10
Members of tho Portuguoso Band En
tertain thoir Friends.
A polite invitation by card led a
Bulletin representative to a gate on
Berotania street leading to the rear
of tho Catholic Mission. Passing a
sentry he was conducted through a
temporary lanai hung round with
flags and lantern.1 into the practice
room of tho Portuguese Catholic
Band, or Concordia. This was .Mon
day evening at half-past seven. The
band was not pitying or practicing.
Its shining now silver instruments,
received by last steamer, wore the
only evidences in the room of the
existence of tho band. These weic
displayed with offcel on a (able in
ono comer. Flags of different na
tions woro nicely drapid on the
walls, tho American and the British
being as conspicuous as the Portu
guese colors. Evergreens and vines
brought from the woods 1)3 the boys
themselves, spangled hero and (hero
with bright flowers, completed,
along with dozens of lamps and can
dles, a beautiful effect.
Tho band boys were hurrying to
and fro between tho room and a
lanai behind it. They wore making,
a clinking of dolf and glasses and
bottles, and soon U103 had a table
laid with light refreshments. Many
of their friends, old and young, woro
seated at tho end and sides of tho
room. There was a slight bustle at
tho door, and tho Bishop of Pano
polis, elect (Father Gulstan), was
ushered in, accompanied by Senlior
A. do Souza Canavarro, Portuguese
Chargo d'Affaires, and nine of tho
clergy. The Bishop was escorted to
tho head of tho table, where a largo
chair was draped in state, and when
ho sat down his feet rested on a bed
of roses. Father Leonor sat on his
right, and tho Consul on his loft.
Mons. Vizzavona, acting Commis
sioner for France, came later. When
a series of toothsomo dishes ending
with ico cream had been dealt with,
somo neat speeches were made be
fore tho compairy parted.
Senlior Canavarro congratulated
the boys on having such a lino set
of instruments, and so able a teacher
as Father Valentine Thoir organi
zation ho hoped would enhance their
patriotism as well as afford them
The Bishop elect addressed them,
"My dear boys," saying that was the
salutation thoy woro used to from
the' late Bishop, audit was his pur
pose to regard them as his dear
boys. Tho lato Bishop would have
rejoiced if ho could see them that
night, as they owed their instru
ments to his exertions. Ho was glad
himself to seo them and would bo
glad to hear thoin when thoy had
profited by tho instructions of Father
Valentine Thoy should always
obey their teacher and love him. Ho
thanked them for their kindness
that ovoning. His lordship spoke in
M. G. Silva, President, of tho Con
cordia, spoke eloquently in Portu
guese, thanking the Bishop, tho
Portuguoso and French Consuls, and
all tho distinguished people present
for their attendance He asked thorn
to remember the band in their pray
ers, that they might have unity.
For the -boys ho thanked Father
Valentino for his services as instruc
tor, and trusted thoir organization
would benefit themselves and their
Father Valentino pleasantly re
ferred to tho many compliments
paid him. But there was no use in
tho boys' joining unless (hey obeyed
him. Ho hoped in a few months
they should bo able to play somo
very good music. In conclusion ho
thanked all who had spoken for their
J.M. Vivas interpreted speeches
not made in English.
The boys later entertained their
assembled relatives and refreshed
themselves, There was music by
native minstrels at tho enter
tainment. Buroau of Information.
Aftor our report of the meeting of
citizens yesterday closed, remarks in
favor of organizing a Hureau of In
formation woro made by Messrs.
Glade and Ena. The following reso
lution was unanimously adopted:
"Hesolved, that it is tho opinion
of this meeting that tho proposed
organization of a bureau of inform
ation upon the general outlines of
the proposition stated to this
meeting is sound, ami that tho busi
ness interests of tho community
would bo forwarded thereby."
The commit tee previously voted
for was appointed by the chair as
follows: W. R. Castle, C. M. Cooke,
J I. F. Glade, J. II. Sopor and John
Old Rags Wanted.
Clean white rags, suit able for band
ages, are wanted for use at. tho'Hishop
Homo and tho Hoys' Homo, Lopor
Settlement, Molokai. King up 281
Mutual telephone, and tin!' will bo
sent for; or leave the same at the
otllco of the Hoard of Health, or at
J. T, Waterhouno's, Queen street.
When you want a I'ortruit linUinjrd
call on Kimj Jtron,, yet their Price Lixt,
anil see 8u)nplea, They can't be beat I
OUR STOCK IOF
A I.I. OF WI1IOH AUK FltKSH. EVB11Y
At Popular Prices !
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COKNT.I FOItT AND KINO STItKKTS.
To Lot or Loaso.
rpVO ItOOM COTTAflB
-L on Kmina Sipiare.
IMi-w I'. 0. Hex..
X lllslii-il 1(1)111114, eeli
trnllv located. Inipiirc at
llm.i.iniN Olllci!. .'Ki-tf
Cottage at Mukiki,
near Heretania street ear.
Kent $10. Apply this olllce.
DUVAIi FltKMISKS, HI
lleretittiiii street, op
pifito Fort stieet church.
Apply to it. 1. i.ii.i.ii',
. ijii.iiu,, i.
At Theo. H. Davies .t Co.
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpVO Xi:V COTTAUKS
1 centrally located, con
taining two bedrooms, par
lor, cliiiinir-moiii, hath and
p.mtry. (lent Jl.'i. l'wptire at this ollice.
LN rooms, on MiiL'avsine JtfcCiiJ
street, with Bathroom, pat- jHii'ithfri
cut . ('.. etc. I omnium s
ouuof the tine-t views in Honolulu. Apply
... ITT f. I M 'H I
... tii-itj .1. -i. , 1 .in.
A NICK COTTAtiK ON
Ileretania street, near
l'iikoi street, containing
l'urlor. '1 lledrooms. llatli-
room, DiniiiKriKHii, Pantry and Kitchen,
Servant's room, Carriujje Iloit-u, Stable, etu.
Tramcars puss every I'D minute''. Apply at
olllce of tlii- paper. I.is-tf
HOUSE TO LET.
rpJIAT lMNIlSOJIK Ij
J. new resilience on jiiiu flirt 1,
street now occupied lv the aSiiSk'v
Ill.W.'t .-.UIII ,, V.K.I 1 111. II- - JT
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ionium iiiinii iiinui u , ifiitiuiir. iiwuiiiu jmi -
tors, dining room, three bedrooms and
sewing room; llrst-elass kitchen and pan
try, wardrobes built in; hot and cold water
throughout, stationary wasbslaiids and
every modern convenience; stables anil car
riage house. Foskesj-Iim given immediately.
InS-tf JOHN F. HOVI,i:it.
HOUSE TO LET.
ClOTTAOK NO. 1, NlIAIt
thu Queen's Hospital,
facing on I'liuehbowl sheet,
iiiruiHiico, rarites wisiiiii
to rent the house can pu
lure If desired. The Km
reluct) the Kur.i-
ruitttre will be sold
at I'ublie Auction if not dlspo-ed of by
Aug. Irt, lh!).', Furniture consists of '1 II.
V. ltedrooin Sets, 1 1'arlor Set. II pieces; fi
11. V. Dining Chairs, 1 Marblctup Center
Table, I Lounge, 1 Dinliig-rooni Table, 1
Stove and Fixtures, llefrlgerator, .Moipiito
Nets, I'ailor Lamps, Oil Paintings, Spring
Mattruh.-csuiHl Carpets, etc., etc. Iiiipiiiuol
A 1)1. Kit.
1!) Niliiunil street.
o HOItSK, I'OWK.U Ul'lMOHT llAXTKlt
Jj Kiiglue and Holler, In, good working
order. For particulars or terms apply to the
rpVO VF.lt YDi'SlUAIIIiF. AND l'l.K.AH
1. ant ly lAicaled llnlldilig Lots, located
on Klnau and I'cii'-acola streets, this city,
are ollered for sale on advantageous terms.
For particulars imiuiro of
ITII-'.'w Its .Merchant street.
Island Shells and Curios !
for Cash, at III) Koit stieet, between
Fillers' Dry (ioods Stoic and Frank Hertz's
Shoe store. iratf T, TAXXA'IT.
The lent thinn to ncnd to your rlvml
ali road in Kinij llrox. "Uluntruted Sou
venir of Jlnwtiii," whieh iniotten up for
the purpose., and is not an udiyrtisemcnt,
is limited ;
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
Are Your Glasses
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street,
Children's Mafsr-Mants' Bonnets
Ttie Largest Assortment
CAN ItF. FOUND AT
104 Port Street, KConoluUvi.
OHIIiDKI'N'S liAOH HATS,
OHIliDltnX'S MUM, HATS,
OHIIiDKFiN'S SIIiK HATS,
OHIIiDItKN'S MUSMN HATS,
CHIIiDKKN'S STItAW HATS,
CHIIiDltKN'S l.KUHOKN HATS.
INFANTS' liACF HONNFTS,
INFANTS' CHIFFON 1IOXXKTS,
IXFAVTS' .MUSI.IX ltONNKTS,
INFANTS' SILK ltONNKTS.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
"VfOTK!!-: IS HF.KHI'Y (HV-EN THAT
i.1 the undersigned, Chock Lock, has
transferred his share In the business of
Hop Hong Co., tailors, No. 10 Niiiinuii
street, to O. Wall Sin, ami that the under
signed litis no further responsibility furor
on account of tho said firm.
Honolulu, Aug. ri, IKi'J. I!ll-lw
rpilK UNDUUSKiNKD.HAVlXO JIF.K.N I
jl. duly appointed Administrator ol the
''statu of F. A. Itegoof Koloa, Kauai, de
ceased, hereby untitles all persons iudelited
to the said Kstato that they must make
Immediate payment to him;' and all per
sons claiming against tint said F. A. ltego,
deceased, must present their claims to him
at Koloa, Kauai, within slxy days or they
w 111 he forever barred.
51. A. Itl'OO.
Kolo.t, Kauai, Aug. 1, 18!).'. Is.l-M
.i. c. n.i ic i.i.n.
Assignee of Uslate of Manuel Vlera
rplli: UNDF.ItSKiNI'l), ASSKINKK OF
1. the Kstatti of W. Akui, lfaukriipt, of
X. Kohala, Hawaii, hereby untitles the
creditors of said Bankrupt, that he has
submitted Ids accounts as such Assignee
ami tiled the same he fore Hon. S, II. Dole,
Associate .lustlcu of the Supreme Court, at
his Chambers, to whom he will at 111 o'clock
a. m. on THUltSDAY, the llth dav of
August, Is'.U, apply for settlement of
said accounts, for a discharge fioiu all lia
bility as such Assignee, and for an order
to imiku a llnal dividend ; and that auv
person Interested may then and there ap
pear and context the same. "
Assignee of F.stato of . Akul.
rpil K WF.F.KIiY JH'i.IiKTl.N aT COL
X. uinnsof Interesting Heading Matter.
Islands, l; inuiied to foreign countries, 5,
rpllKUNDFiltSKiNKD, ASSIONIIF OF
1 thu F.stato of Manuel Viera, Bank
rupt, of Honoimi, Hawaii, heieliy untitles
the eieditors of said llaukrupt, tliat he has
submitted his accounts as such Assignee
and lilcd the samu before Hon. S. It. Dole,
Associate .lustlcu of tint Supreme Court, at
his Chambers, to whom he will at lUo'cloek
a. m. on THUltSDAY, the 11th day of
August, INU, apply for a settlement of 'said
accounts, for a dlseliaige from all liability
as such Assignee, and for an older to make
a llnal dividend: and that any person in
terested may then and thcru appear and
contest the same.
NOTICE TO SPOKTSMEN I
AM. rr.r.soxs aim: foimuddkn
tollh. hoot, drive cattle, or otlicr
wise trespass on any of the property of
the llill.Wiuoly ri-mtation without spe
cial permission of the titiderslL'ued. Anv
)ieroii found on the grounds without
having the legal ptantity of "Sehultzc
Smokeless Powder Cartridges" such as
. are sum onij n us will lie proccutetl
' HAWAIIAN haim)vaim:co.,
Honolulu, Aug. fi, iftii. (I.'d)
'i5r?' lii'lciTino to thu above
vc tlusiro to state thai our supply
the demand for them
past few weeks, hav-
of our customers who
contemplate wrestling with the
dodging duck and phrolicsome
pheasant on September 1st we
suggest the advisability of calling
early for their ammunition.
A MISFIT ?
HCoiaoltilia, EC. I.
The undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents or the Hawaiian Islands
roil tiik (-i:i.Kimm:ii
FItO.M THF. WOUKS OF
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give F.stiinatcs and
receive Orders for these Fngiues,
of any siio and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AUK NOW MANUFACTUIMNd A
STYiilC OF I.OCOMOT1VI-:
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and wo will liavu
pleasure in furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
I he Superiority of these Locomotives
overall other makes is known not only
here but is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Solo Ay outs lor tho Hawaiian Islands.
rpilK llUSIXKSrf OF THE I.ATK F. A.
X. it ego of Koloa, Kauai, will be carried
on as heretofore by his son, M, A. ltego, In
his own name. M. A. Ul'Ut).
Koloa, Kuuui, Aug. 1, Ib'Ji l5U-5t
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