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THE DAILY MLLEffl
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 10, 1892.
Wednesday, Aug. 10.
S 8 Australia, Himdlettc, from San Fran
cisco Am ))k Amelia, Swchmhi, from Eureka,
WcilNItiiDAY, Aug. 10.
Stmr .lnniDs JIakeo for Hunnlci and Huna-
maulii ut 4 j) in
Stmr Telu for Alakaweli nt 3 p m
Vessols IiOaving To-morrow.
Stmr Hawaii for Humakita
Prom San Francisco, per S. S. Aus
tralia, Aug 10 Mrs S J Andrew, J
B Athorton, Hon G It Bishop, S B
Bogart, Arthur Scott Browne, W M
Catlin, Mrs Chapman, E Dowsott,
Wood Fosdick, C S Hall, W Han
cock, G A Hendricks and wife, E
Hopkins, Miss A B Kerr, It I Lillio
and wife, Mrs J S Maltman, Mr
Muir-Drew and wife, Mrs A Otto, P
Peck, Miss Pedlor, Thos Eoiialdson
ana wife, itflss Itonalclson, Miss An
nie Roualdson, Win Eoiialdson, Jas
Eoiialdson, Miss M F Stowall, F A
Smith', Harry Watorhouso, Miss
Watorhouse, A Werthoini, H S Wil
liams, Mrs T C Williams.
Tho liark S 0 Allen will bring a cargo of
coal from Departure Hay.
The liritMi ship Jloiinioro now at San
Krancisco will load with wheat for Havro
Tho Hawaiian steel ship John Kna has
been chartered to load coal ut Cardill' for
The bark Matilda sailed this afternoon
for the Sound in ballast. Slio had a deck
load of bananas.
According to tlio S. K. Call, J. J). Sprock
ets A Bros, have purchased the controlling
interest in the barkentinu S. X. Castle.
The Castle left here the other day for the
The Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch has
been chartered to load lumber at I'uget
Sound for Valparaiso. So it will bo a loiijg
time before genial Captain Drew will visit
The Hawaiian bark Fooling Suey arrived
at Manila safely on July 21st from Hono
lulu witli a cargo of coal oil. Captain 1).
Jlahany. it will bo remembered, hud sori
ous. trouble with his crow before leaving
HYMAX At San Francisco, to tho wife
of Morris Hymun, a duughter.
HOIKIH-DKXTKU-At tho Control Union
Church, Tuesday evening, August nth,
by the Kev. Thos. L. (Juliek, Luther
W. Hough, Jr., to llertliu F. Dexter.
JIOSA In this city, August 10, Louisa, tho
infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Tlio Eoyal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgbr, leader, will
give a concort this evening at the
Hawaiian Hotel, commencing at 7:80
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Overturn Masuniullo Auber
Fun tn slit The International Congiess.
WulU Hluc and Gold ... . Lumotho
Sa.ophon Solo Queen Liliuokulaui
foil l'uiiuhunu, Liko no u Like, Main 1 lie
Selection Fuust .
Koho 1'iccu Dreams
1'nlL'fi 'I'wimli' Yimrs Iiihu
(iuudrillu Madame Augot ....
Star Spuuglcd tluuner,
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumljor Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done nt thoir houses by Miss
Wolf, 7!J Buret auia street. Mutual
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
ken street, opposite tho Y, M. O. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollico hours, 0 to 12, 2 to -,
and evenings 0 to 7 j Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll tolephono 197 ; Mutual 082.
LOOAXi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho U. S. S. Host on was to sail for
Honolulu Inst Friday.
Diamond Hoad, 3 p. in. Weather
clear; wind, high northeast.
There was a small lire in one of
tho Charleston's coal bunkers lately.
"Parson" Smith is in Honolulu
again, sporting a black stovepipe
Mr. Eobort Mora is engaged at
tho Makeo Sugar Co.'s mill, Kealia,
Tho search-lights of tho Flagship
San Francisco were turned on tho
town last evening.
Eddio Dowsott caino homo by the
Australia this morning from college
for a short vacation.
Tho yellow lido has turned. Bishop
& Co.'s bank received $30,000 in
gold coin 1)3' to-dny's steamer.
Consul-Goneral D. A. MeKinloy,
of San Francisco, has changed his
address from 302 California street to
20(3 Sansoino street.
Hon. Charles E. Bishop returned
by tho steamer Australia this morn
ing. Mr. Bishop looks well after his
prolonged visit to tho Coast.
Tlio band will give a concert at
tho Hawaiian Hotel this evening.
Two now pieces composed by a
member of tho band will bo played.
The British steamer Grandholiu
has brought 8932 baskets of sugar
from Victoria, which were carried
from Manila in a Canadian Pacific
Tho U. S. S. Charleston has been
placed at the disposal of tho Naval
Eeservo for a week's training at sea.
Sho will shortly sail for S -uth
Tlio P. M. S. S. Co.'s now steamer
Peru, built in San Francisco, was to
sail on her first trip to China on tho
lth. Sho niado a speod of l-1.9bl
knots on her trial trip.
Mr. B. F. Dillingham has succeed
ed so well in placing his financial
mission to Now York in good hands
that ho will return home by next
trip of tho Australia.
Stoon tho "mind reader" and party
skipped from San Francisco on the
bark Albort, leaving many mourning
creditors. Beforo leaving Steen said
ho was going to work Honolulu as a
Six pair of young carrier pigeons
have arrived by tho Australia to F.
A. Schaofor & Co. They are beauti
ful birds and come in good condi
tion. With them it is intended to
start a carrier lino between Hono
lulu and Hamakua.
His Excellency Samuel Parker,
Minister of Foreign Alfairs, accom
panied by Mons. Vizzavona, acting
French Commissioner, paid an olli
cial visit to tho F. F. S. Duboitrdieu
this forenoon, receiving tho regula
tion salute, and His Excellency A. S.
Cleghorn, Governor of Oahu, at
tended liy his stall", performed the
same function this afternoon.
Harry Gregson, a j'oting English
man, was arrested last night, for
opium in possession. Ho had o ire red
to sell opium to L. Touissainl, a
policeman. At tho Station tho con
tents of tho tins proved to bo poi
and paint. Gregson is one of tho
pair who latoly tried to swindle a
Chinninnn with bogus opium. Ho
was released on tho opium charge
last night as before, but was arrest
ed again for not having visible
means of support.
Hoopii, namesake of "Barofooted
Bill," tho burglar now serving sen
tence, was committed for trial by
Polico .Tustico Hopkins this morning,
on a charge of having committed
burglary on the house of Georgo II.
Spaulding, Nutianu street. When
scon coining out of tho house ho hnd
n hatchet and a gunny sack, and
said Mr Spaulding had sont him
there for papains. When tho owner
came home he found tilings upside
down and a watch and n pistol
Oystors on ice at Nolte's.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
st reet for sale.
E. W. Holdsworth oilers a reward
for a lost dog.
Beef, Iron it Wine at tho New
Drug Store. Prico $1,
Oilioors of tlio Honomti Sugar Co.
are advortised to-day.
Tlio S. S. Australia will sail for
San Francisco next Wednesday.
Clias. T. Gulick, assignee of Dr.
Oliver, has a notice in this issue.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Mechanics' Home, fj'J and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 2T)C. and fiOc. a night; SI
and $1,25 a week.
Tlio Superintendent of Water
Works gives kindly notice to resi
dents above .liidd street to collect
water for household purposes before
8 a. m.
Wi:int.siay, Aug. 10.
Prayer at 10 o'clock. Minutes of
tho previous meeting wore read by
tho Clerk at 10:05. Interpreter Wil
cox being absent his duties wore
undertaken by Sergeant-at.-Arins
Testa, who read the minutes in
Hawaiian. Minnies were approved
Eep. W. C. Wilder from tho Com
mittee on Commerce reported on a
potition to make Waimea, Kauai, a
port of entry, and to tho effect that
tliero was a bill now before tho As
sembly to create Makaweli, Kauai,
a port of entry. The two placos
niontioned were very close together,
and tho committee favored tho loca
tion and prospective advance of Ma
kawoli over those of Waimea. On
motion tho report was tabled for
consideration with tho bill.
Eep. Wilder also reporled on tho
following petitions which had been
referred to tho Coinniitteo on Com
(1) That a law bo passed compel
ling fisli to bo sold by the pound
and nt not more than five cents per
pound. Tho coinniitteo say that
this is a ninttor over which tho
House has no control, and they
recommend that tho potition bo
tabled. Eoport adopted. (2) That
$1000 bo appropriated to bo used at
tho discretion of tho Minister of tlio
Interior for tho purpose of estab
lishing tho carrying of messages by
carrier pigeons. The coinniitteo
recommend $500. Tabled for Ap:
Noble Williams from tho Printing
Committee said that tho Hawaiian
version of tho Eoport of Visiting
Coinniitteo to tho Loper Settlement
was ready. Ordered to be distrib
uted. Noble Neumann from tlio Judici
ciary Committee reported on vari
ous petitions and bills as follows:
1, In re ro-iinbursonient of Hon. A.
Horner, member from N. Hilo, and
Mr. James Matloon of tlio sum of
$25 each. Tho committee consider
that it would bo unjust thai tho can
didates bo made to pay the election
fee for tho void election, and recom
mend that tho sum of $50 bo appro
priated for the re-paymout of $25 to
each of those two candidates. Eo
port adopted. 2, That all gambling
bo legalized by licensing. Coinniit
teo recommend potition bo tallied.
Eoport ordered for consideration
with bills on tho subject. 3, That
leprosy should void tho marriage
contract. Tho coinniitteo say that
tho law now makes loprosy aground
for divorce. The committee re
commend that the petition bo
tabled. Eoport adopted. J, That
tho franchise of voting be taken
away from Portuguese residents.
Coinniitteo say thai a law to that
effect would bo unconstitutional
and therefore) cannot further be con
sidered. They recommend that it
bo tabled and loft there. Adopted.
5, That tho district of Hainnkua bo
divided. Tho coinniitteo is of opin
ion that tho present time is not ex
actly fitted to carry out this propo
sition, and therefore recommend
that the petition bo tabled for tho
prosont. Eoport tabled for con
sideration with a bill on (ho subject.
0, On Bill 107, which limits the right
of widows to assort thoir claim to in
heritance to tho period of two years.
Tho coinniitteo consider that there
is no necossitj' for such a law, leav
ing aside tho fact that it is impolitic,
aggressive and unjust. They re
commend that the bill bo tabled.
Eoport adopted. 7, A bill providing
that legal advertisements should bo
published in such papors as may be
selected by tho attorney of the par
ties who are obliged to publish such
advertisements. The coinniitteo
presented an amended bill and re
commend its passage. Tabled for
bill. 8, Eolative to radical and irre
concilable differences in tho statutes
in tho languages. The coinniitteo
say that tlio object sought cannot
bo obtained by the bills, and they
recommend tho bills (117 and 119)
be tabled. Eoport adopled.
Eep. Wilder from tho Committee
on Commerce reported on Bill 92, to
encourage the cultivation of codec
and ramie by oxonipting for tho next
tou years all appliances used in thoir
cultivation, The coinniitteo recom
mend tho bill pass. Eoport tabled
for consideration with tlio bill.
Minister Widoinann answered
questions presontod by Hop. Knpahu,
and by means of a letter from Hon.
W. James Smith, secretary of tho
Hoard of Education, to tho ofTocl
that tho questions weio fully ex
plained on page 11 of I ho Euglisl
version of tho Eeport of the Board
of Education, and pages lfl and 11
of tho Hawaiian. (2f The Board
cannot promise tho erection of any
new sehoolhouses, nor I he establish
ment of any now schools until the
appropriations shall have been
On motion tho answers wore re
ferred to the Committee on Educa
tion. Noble Mnrsden, under suspension
of tho rules, gave notice of and read
for tho first and second times a bill'
relative to tlio taxing of legacies,
bequests, and inheritances. WoTon-ed
to I ho Judiciary Committee.
Noble Neumann from (ho Judici
pry Committee presented a report
upon Bill 10(1, relating to the repeal
of nn net requiring drivers tti obtain
licenses to follow their vocation
whenever they change employers.
Tho committee consider the bill
proper, and recommend that i( pass
with an amended title. Eeport
tabled for consideration with the
At 11:05 on motion of Hep. Eobort
Wilcox, tho Order of tho Day was
brought up and the Assembly ro
solved into Coinniitteo of tho Whole
for consideration of the Appropria
tion Bill, Eep. Kniiuamauo in the
Tho Clork road the report of the
Special Committee having consider
ation of tho itom relative to "Pay of
Shorthand Eeportor, $0000." Tho
Coinniitteo recommend the item
Eep. Kanealii moved that the item
bo struck out, nobody but llio writer
could road tho chicken scratches of
Eep. Bipikano favored retrench
ment, ho moved $5000.
Eep. Iosopn saw, in looking over
tho past appropriations, that $1000
would bo plenty
Noblo Pun, this was tho place to
retrench and not on the pay of
Queen's Guards; ho moved tho itom
pass at $2100.
Noblo J. M. Homer, from his
standpoint, now regarded tho item
as a luxury, only tho higher judges
and higher lawyers obtained tho
benefits of this man's services. He
thought tlio position could bo dis
Eep. Smith said the employment
of a shorthand reporter was a posi
tive economy; it benefited the peo
ple by tho reduction of time in trials
and tho obtaining of accurate re
ports. Noblo Young considered that it
was very necessary to have the ser
vices of a competent man. Methods
for facilitating labor wero being con
stantly presented and this was one.
He thought tho itom should pass as
presented' or be si ruck out alto
gether. Noblo Peterson said that Noblo
Homer advanced tho argument that
tho reporter was only of benefit to
tho judges and lawyer; ho might,
have gone, a atop further ami said
that courts-were of benefit to judges
and lawyers. Would ho have tho
courts abolished? Ho related tho in
ception and continuance of th'
movement to obtain a shorthand re
porter. The position was not one
easy to fill and as a mat tor of fact
there was not one other man in town
who could take the place of Hie
present incumbent; ho approved of
Noble Thurston haid that $1,800
was enough. Ho would be sorry to
loso the services of the present in
cumbent but $200 per month was a
very good salary. The work was
puroly mechanical ami required
quickness. Thought that Mr. Arthur
Wilder, who had been employed by
him at various limes, was as compe
tent as Mr. Jones; he had novor
seen any difference in their work.
Tho motion was finally put on tho
itom and it passed at $1,800.
At 12:10 tho coinniitteo took recess
until 1:80 o'clock.
WILLIAM GREIG DEAD.
Death of tho "King of Fanning
Island," at San Francisco.
Captain William Greig, n widely
known British shipmaster and owner
of Fanning and Washington Islands,
died July 27 at his residence on tho
corner of McAllister and Fillmore
streets, San Francisco. Tho body
was embalmed and sent to Fanning
Island by tho brig Georgo II. Doug
las, which sailed for thence on Mon
day, August 1.
'Before the removal of tho body to
tho vessel, funeral services wero hold
in tho Masonic Temple by tho frafer
nit'. Tho chief mourners wore MisH
Lizzie Greig, Jliss Margaret Greig,
James Greig, and Captain and Mrs.
Eeid, tho last-named being the eldest
daughter of the lamented gentle
man, and her husband captain of
tho George H. Douglas.
Among those who attended I ho
last honors wore a group of native
boys who had been in the employ of I
Captain Greig froiiichildhooh. Thoir
grief nt the bier of their employer
and friend was touching in tho ex
treme. They return with tho dead
body of-thoir master lo thoir island
Tho late Capt. Greig was seventy
one years of ago at death. Mr,
1 W. 11. C, Greig, salesman at Lowers
i & Cooke's, Honolulu, is one of his
, sons. Tho following notes on tho
i life of tho departed veteran are from
i no Dan r raucisco vttrouteir
"'King' Greig, as ho was called of
Into years, loft Scotland twenty-five
years ago for Honolulu, whore ho
.1 r.. i., ..
built himself a small schooner. He
had previously been in command of
several ships, and on one trip across
(he Pacific ocean became impressed
thai there was much money to be j
made as a trader among the islands
of the South sens. With this idea
in view he set sail in hisuhooner
from Honolulu, and was snce-fnl
from the start. On one of his voy
ages he touched on Fanning inland.
He wni quite delighted iith his dis
covery, look possession of the island
in the name of the Queen uT Eng
land, and decided lo make his lmnio
there. There wero large and rich
guano deposits on the island, besides
groves of cocoanut palms. Tliero
was also good pearl fishing. About
700 natives lived on the island, and
they made no objection to the Cap
tain coming among them lulin,nud
soon began to call him 'King.'
"Greig then went to Honolulu,
where Major Wodoliouse, then Bri
tish Commissioner, formally gave
him a flag for British protection.
Tho captain loaded all his belong
ings on tho schooner, and with his
family loft for his island kingdom.
There ho built himself n house and
lived in tropical luxury until of late
years, when ho niado frequent trips
to this citj', where his children have
been educated. During his residence
at the island he accumulated quite
a fortuno from copra, guano and
pearl shells, and employed nearly
800 natives in getting cargoes ready
for shipment in this city.
"About two 3'oars ago tho captain
added Washington island, which is
near Fanning island, to his posses
sions by planting tho British Hag on
it and claiming it for tlio Queen.
The island was fairly productive
and helped to swell tho king's re
venue. "In the recent survey niado by the
British Government for a submarine
cable between Now Zealand and
Honolulu, Fanning island, some
1000 miles south of the latter place,
is designated as a cable station.
The Call says: "Mrs. Greig is at
her homo on Fanning island, and
will know nothing of her bereave
ment until the brig bears the body
of her husband into his coral harbor
homo. A cosily tombstone, proper
ly inscribed, accompanies tho re
mains, and on thai tropic reef known
as Famiing's inland will mark the
last resting place of a man whoso
life was full of strange adventure,
remarkable activity and varied use
fulness." OUR STOCK OI
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At Popular Prices !
Hobron, Newman & Co.
C'OltNKIt KOI IT AND KING STIilvKTS.
Por S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
UA1KIKI. A r
lllaek iiiii Tan l?
'I'm- Terrlur lloi. with nu'licr's If
inline on eollar. A luwiird iQufci.
will he iiuitl for hU leturu to
H, W. HOLDSWOltTH,
At Theo, 11. PiivloirA- (Vnulllcu.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, lb!!-'. I'JJ-tf
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HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu,
CAN GIYE YOU A PROPER FIT
In Any Style of
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109 Port Street,
Shildren's Hats -
Tlie Largest -A.ssort,m.eiit,
CAN UK l-'OUNl) AT
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104 2Tort 3t,r3t, Elonolulvi.
flllLDUKN'S LACK HATS,
CHILDIiKS'S .MULL HATS,
OHILDltKN'S SILK HATS,
OHILDltKN'ri .MHhl.lN HATS,
I HfUlUKVS .STUAW HATS,
INKAX'IV LAOK HOXXKTS, IIIU.UIJN'8 LKGHOKX HATS.
IXKAXTS' OHIKKOX liOXNKTri,
1XKAXTS' .MUSLIN 1IOXXETS,
IXKAXTS' SILK UOXXK.TP.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
ATOTIOK IS HKKKIIY (1IVKX THAT
. the underidmied, ('hook Lock, lias
transferred hix nhari in thu IiudIiu'ss of j
Hop IIoiik Co., tuilura, Xo. 10 Xiiuanu I
utivet. to (I. Wall Sin, and that the iiiulcr
Mipied has no further re.iponsihilltv for or i
on aeeoiiui oi inu Mini arm.
Honolulu, Aug. S, lS'.ri lttl-lv
to the Mild Kstate that they must inula!
immediate payment to him; ami all pur
miiih claiming against the nuIiI K. A. It ego,
iltwiiM-il, must pu-i'iit their elalnih to linn
at Koloa, Kauai, within nixy diiyn or thuv
will he forever haried.
M. A. KK(iO.
Koloa, Kauai, Aug. 1, IS'.).'. IV.l-M
rpilKUXDKUSKI.S'KI), ASSKiXKK OK
1. the Kstutu of .Manuel Viera, Ilank
rupt, of llouoiuil, Hawaii, hereby notitle.s
the creditor of said llaukrnpl, tliat he hart
submitted his acrounts as uueh At-signee
and llled the same before Hon. S. 11. Dole,
As.soelaie Justice of the Nipruiuu Court, at
Ids Chambers, to whom bo will at In o'clock
,. i. on TIIUKKDAY, the lltli dav of
August, lb!)J, apply for a settlement of'said
accounts, for a discharge from all liability
an mich Aislguco, and for an order to make
a liual dividend; unit that any person In
terested may then and thcroajicar and
content the Mime.
.1. K. HACKKKLD.
Assignee of Kstutu of .Manuel Viera.
rpilK UNDKIISKIXKI). ASSKIXKKOI'
J. the Kstate of W. Akui, llaukriiit, of
N. Kohula, Hawaii, hereby notitle.s the
creditors of said Itaukrupt, that lie has
submitted his accounts as Mich Assignee
and tiled thu siuue hcfuiu Hon, S. II. Hole,
AsMicIalu Justice of the Supienie Court, at
his Chambers, to whom he will at Ul o'clock
A. M. on T1IUIIH1IAY, the lltli dav of
August, 1WU, apply for a settlement of
said Hi-counts, fur a discharge, from till lia
bility as Mich Assignee, and for nn order
to iiuike a limit dividend; and that any
person Interested may then and there ap
pear and contest the same.
Assignee of Kstate of . Akul,
rpilK WKKKLY JUU.LKTIN -is COL
X umns of interesting Heading .MtUlcr.
Inlands,!; mailed to foreign countries,,
rpiIK UXDKItSIOXKD.HAVlNd IIKKX
J. duly unpointed Administrator of tho
Kstatuof K. A. liefjoof Koloa, Kauai, de
reacil. herehv untitles all nersons 1 1 1 1 1 .-1 t , 1
NOTICE TO SPOKTSMEN 1
All im:iioxs aim-: koimiiddhx
lollsh, shoot, drive cattle, or nthpr
wic trcsji'iss on any of the property of
the Itallyhuoly l'liintntion without spe
cial ienniI(i'ii of Hie iiiulcrsii!ueil. Any
I p?ron found on the ground without
,Iiaving the legal qiinutltv uf "Scluiltzc
Smokeless Powder Cartridges" such us
arc old only by us will be prosecuted
1 1 AW AH AX IIAUDWAIIKCO..
Honolulu. Aug. r, 1MU. (L'd)
(nS? Ri'fcMTing' to tho above
wc desire to slate that our supply
Smokeless Powder Cartridges
is limited ; the demand for them
during1 the past few weeks, hav
ing1 exceeded our expectations.
To those 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.
Oppo. Sprockels' Bauk.
A MISFIT ?
HoiaolTolvi, HL I.
HUI MELE HAWAII NOEAU
Will Repeat the Opera of
Kor the lienelllt of that church,
Saturday Evening, August 13tli,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Tickets will be found at
IIOLUSTICK A CO.,
HAWAIIAN XKWS CO.,
IIOHItOX, XKV.-.MAN" & CO.,
KI.ITK ICK CUK.AM PAKl.OltS.
Adi!il50c- Children 25c.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTIOeT '"
rpilK UXDKUSKIXKI). ASSK1XKKOK
L thu Ksiatu of Dr. Itichunl Oliver,
Itaukrupt. of Honolulu, Ouliu, herein
iiotllles thu creditors of said llankrupi,
that he has submitted his aeeounlh us such
Assignee and llled the siuue hefoie Hon.
S. II. Dole, Associate Justice of the Sup
reme (mrt, nt his ChauilM'rs. to whom he
will at 1(1 o'clock v. m. onTHUHSDAY,
nn' ipiii i .nigiisi, jni, appiv nir a sct
tleiucnt of, said account, for a discharge
from till liulilllty us such Assignee, and for
unorder to make a Until dividend; utul that
l any istmiii may then and there aimcar and
contest the same.
Absigneii Kstuto of Dr. It. Oliver.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, IrtU. -I'.vJ-'t
Mfnnn. h'iim Uros. are iltowiny aflnt
lint of Jlumboo uutl other ttyle i'tirlor
Haieli, H'ull JlrtwMa, (iiuf Wimlow
C'ormcM, nf Price to mtd the (hurt,