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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 17, 1892.
Wednesday, Aug. 17.
Htinr Kiimu from Mttul and lluwnll
WniiNr.tn.w, Aug. 17.
ii H Australia, Houdlctti', from San l'rnn-
Stmr 0 11 Uishop fur Lahalna and llama-
kna, nt 10 n in
Sehr Ku Mol for llanapepo
Vossols Xioaving To-morrow.
Amcrii'mi tdilp Topgallant, Jackson,
Cnrgoos from Island Ports.
Stmr Kinau 710 hagi sugar, 1!7." lings
spuds, ISO hags coin, 10,"i hxs pineapples,
1 horMS, 1 mule, 'J.'lO pkgs sundries.
Kroin San Kraiu'lseo, per lmrk Harvester,
at llllo, Aug 10-Mr Weight and Mr Har
rison. Krntii Maul nml Hnwnii, per Btnir Kltinti,
Aug 17 Mrs Dr Wood nml child, Miss K
Itov, K 11 Weight, G 1) Harris, II T Taylor,
L Severance, E 1) llalilwiu, OYAiona, .1
V Ii MeOuire, J M Kanwila, liTuruer,
Master 15 O Hall, V 11 Seliwiihaeh and wife,
Mrs W W Hall. Miss Alice K Knapp, Then
Wol II. Miss M Wing, Miss C B Curtis, Miss
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Woallior
clear, wind light oast.
Tlio mail by tlio Australia coin
prised 8 1!)7 lot tors and 271)3 papers.
The Kinau inward this morning
had 11)7 passengers. Sho brought,
only 710 bags of sugar.
Thoro wore ono hundred and
sixty-ono passengers, cabin and
steerage, by the S. S. Australia (
tltvy. The entertainment by the St eon
combination al the Opera House to
morrow evening promises to bo n
Prof. J. Q. Woog and Miss M.
Wind of the Oahu College faculty
returned from Hawaii this morning
on the Kinau.
M Lidgate, 1' H Shore. H S ltiekard, wife
ami child, K Spencer, T It Koyworth, K 1
Low, Mrs Atai, 0 V .lakins, C I, Wight,
I .IMI1U llllltli .Hill 11 .1 lluuii ,, (1 liuuii
mi... nHn: t i wTn.-..! i.. n..rt- a n v.
one, wife and I children, V Hancock, W II
Unmphull, Mrs W V Shnrratt, Mrs .1 K
Holies nnd 2 children, Miss Katy Cornwcll,
II A Hcen, and 140 deck passengers.
For San Francisco, per stmr Australia,
Aug 17 Mrs J F ISowlcr, Mrs Macdonald,
Miss A A Lewis, .1 F Hackfeld, wife nnd a
children, 0 Koelling, wife and 5 children,
Mrs llnrtwell and IS daughters, It FSimcoo,
Mrs 11 Oirtw right, Mr and Mrs .T Hunter
Urown, Mrs L Snodgrass and daughter,
Miss KStoncy, Miss M Mayo, Mrs Lucas,
Miss II K Carpenter, F 1' Farley, .1 1C Sum
ner, Miss V Calhoun, Mrs .1 H rainier and
'i daughters, Miss 1 O Somers, Mrs Lieut
llerry and daughter, W A lluick and wife,
.lohn II Wilson, Win Bavidgc. T H Uiooks,
OSorcnson, W I Hicknell, MissAltoth,
Miss Ledercr, S Koth, 11 Mott, V A
Scliaefer, wife and 1! children. Miss Hohort
son, John Watcrlioto-o, A Wertheim, Mrs
Gilmer, Col Clnus Spreckols, wi(p and 'J.
servants, Mrs E C Juifd, F W Mncfnrlane,
Mrs K A Schulenhnrg, Miss West, A 11
(llasscock and wife, 0 ii von Iturkcn, II K
Hehhard. Miss 1'reggc, Mrs JI Kennedy
nnd child, I)r Dance.
Tlio barkentine Wrestler came oil' the
Marine Itailwav vesterday and has docked
at the I'M SSwlmif.
The steamor 1'clc has been hauled on the
Marine Hailway for sliglit repairs. The
steamer's people have an idea that a piece
of tlio l'cle's propeller is missing.
The S. S. Australia sailed at noon to-day
for San Francisco with the following dom
estic cargo: hiloHlmgs sugar. "W 0 Irwin it
Co.; 81)8 bags rice, JI Phillips it Co.; 'JOI.'i
do., Sing Cliong it Co.; Ibtt) do., Hyman
Bros; 3137 bnchs bananas, Campbell, Mar
shall it Co.; OlIS do., L .1 Levey; OKI do.,
Geo Andrews; 110 do., .1 Lycurgus; 31KJ do.,
J Shaw; (00 do., and lit bxs pineapples, 250
pines, C T Gulick; 1)2 do., ; Oil bxs pine
apples, 21(i2 pines and lit bxs fruit, Ciins
Wilcox; -101 lulls green hides and -1 hills
sheepskins, F F l'oiter; 171 lulls green
hides, and 25 bags coll'ee, M W MeOhesncy
& Sons; 00 bills sugar cane. Domestic
Arrived at Hilo, August 10th, bark Har
vester, Captain ltock, 15 days from San
Francisco. Cargo, general nieichandise.
The Y. M. C. A. will lead tho
prayer-mooting to-night at the Cen
tral Union Church. Uiblo reference,
.2d chapter, II. Corinthians.
Ebon 1 Low,' who met witli a dis
tressing accident on Hawaii some
tiino ago, has so far recovered as to
bo able to mako a trip to Honolulu.
Dr. Goo. Trousseau will givo a hum
at his residence, Punchbowl street,
this evening to tho Admiral and
ollicors of tho flagship Dubotirdiou.
Hor Majesty Queen Liliuokalani
will givo a state ball at lolani Palace
on Friday night, in honor of Admiral
Parrayon and ollicors of tho French
Mr. F. M. English will give an
organ recital at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral after tho services this evening,
to which a froo invitation is ex
tended. Miss Virginia Calhoun of San
Jose, Cal., had tho privilege of sit
ting at tho press table in the Legis
lature yesterday. She is tho first
lady who has had that distinction.
Mr. and Mrs. von Tempsky loft on
tho Claudino yesterday evening for
thoir future homo on Maui. Tho
scono at tho wharf was a lively ono,
showers of rice and old shoes follow
ing tho couilo as thoy mounted tho
Mrs. J. H. Palmer and two daugh
ters wore passengers by tho Austra
lia to-day. Miss Myrtle was engaged
previous to hor departure on tho
typographical staff of tho Bullutin.
Sho loaves with the best wishes of
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A son of Capt. Kibling and bro
ther of Charles died last night.
Tho funeral of tho lato Miss Hattio
Napao Brown will take place at 2
o'clock Saturday afternoon from St.
Mr. C. Koelling, wife and family
took thoir departure for tho Coast
by tho steamer to-day. Mr. Koel
ling is woll known as tho former
owner and manager of a plantation
at Hanaloi, Kauai. Ho has many
friends in tho islands, who wish him
and his family good fortune in thoir
A case of extreme cruelty to a
child has boon reported to the police
and is being investigated. Tho
child, according to report, is being
starved to death by its unnatural
mother. Another case is roportod
whore a woman goes round bogging,
enlisting sympathy by showing a de
formed and idiotic child, nnd it is
said its misfortune was wilfully
caused by its mothor.
A Japanese was arrostodlast night
for passing a $5 bill of tho lato Con
fodorato States on a Ghino.su hack
man. Tho arrost was made fifteen
minutes after tho Chinaman had
hailed Marshal Wilson at tho Hotel
to show him tho bill. It turns out
that a whito man gave tho bill to
tho Japanese, and the white man is
supposed to havo loft by tho steam
er, xiioro is not, strong onougn ovi
donco to hold tho Japanese ns a
principal or a wilful accessory in
uf toring the fraudulent paper. .
Thirtj'-four yearrf ago to-day
Messrs, O. IX. Bishop and tho lato
W. A. Aldrich opened tho bank of
Bishop & Co. Tho only bank that
had any existence before that in this
city was tho short-lived branch of
Pago, Bacon & Co., upstairs in tho
prosont quart ors of tho Boll Tele
i m m
Saved a Woman's Lifo.
Mr. J. E. Thoroughgood, writing
from Georgetown) Delaware, says:
"Two toaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dinrrhnia Rem
edy saved tho lifo of Mrs. Jane
Thomas, of this place." Ho also
status that several other very bad
cases of bowel complaint there have
been cured by this remedy. For
sale by all dealers. Honson, Smith
& Co., Agonts.
A number of Portuguese laborers
aro engaged at work on Fort street,
near tho niakai corner of King street.
Thoy aro laying tho foundation for
a now system of road making at
least now to this country, which, if
found successful, will bo all tho "go."
A Sterooptieon Exhibition will bo
given under the auspices of tho
Scottish Thistle Club, assisted by
tho Hon. J. Marsdon and Mr. J.
Lightfoot, in tho club hall, Mer
chant street, on Saturday evening.
Admission free. All members and
friends cordially invited to bo pro
sent. Superintendent L. G. Young of
tho dredge oxpects to complete cut
ting away tho bar in about three
weeks. Mr. Young will then leave
on tho Australia to moot his family
at tho Coast. Tho dredge is now
working on tho right hand side of
tho channel, tho loft boing sttfli
An enormous crowd saw the
'Frisco steamer pff to-day. Lois
abounded. Many oflicials and friends
woro on dock to bid goodbye to Col.
and Mrs. Sproekols, Mr. and Mrs.
Schaofor, Mr. and Mrs. Hackfeld,
and others. Tho band novor played
a finer selection of national and
John, son of Hon. J. T. Water-
house, ,lr., loft by tho Australia for
tho East, whoio ho will outer Princo
ton (N. J.) University. He is the
third son of Mr. and Mrs. Water
houso off to college. At the wharf
John's Oahu College mates wore in
force to soo him off, giving him as a
farowell tho awful college yoll of
Fully two thousand pooplo at
tended tho combined band concert
at tho Hawaiian Hotel last .night.
Tho band of tho French flagship was
greeted with applause before and
after thoir appearance, as woro alho
tho United States flagship San Fran
cisco and Hawaiian bands. A heavy
sho.wer of rain fell at 10 o'clock, but
that did not deter tho bands from
finishing tho concert. Tho leading
of tho French master was very
A woman assaulted a native man
last night during I he concert. It
happened thusly: tho man was mak
ing some offensive remarks about a
woman, whou the other, thinking
the remarks woro intended for hor,
hit right and loft, leaving tho man
with two lovely black optics. Ho was
about to retaliate when someone
interfered and threatened hint with
arrest if ho attempted any such
thing, Another jumped in to help
his friend and at ono timo a rough-nud-tumblo
scorned imminent. The
matter was at length peaceably adjusted.
Wkiinusdat, Aug. 17.
Assembly heard prayer by Chap
lain at 10. Minute of previous
meeting were read at 10.12 by the
Clerk and Interpreter and approved,
Noble Baldwin from tho Finance
Commit too presented a report on
Bill TM, "To abolish tlio ollico of Tax
Assessor-in-Chief and to provide Tor
tho discharge of duties now per
formed by said Asscssor-in-Chiof,"
also on Bill 1 N, entitled "An Act to
abolish tho ollico of Asesor," to
the following effect:
Hon. J. S. Walker, President Legis
Sm, Your Committee on Finance,
to whom was referred Bill No. Bfl,
entitled "An Act to abolish the ollico
of Tax Assossor-in-Chiof, and to pro
vide for tho discharge of duties now
performed by said Assessor-in-Chiof,"
also Bill No. Ill entitled "An Act (o
abolish tho oliico of Assessor," bog
leave to report that wo havo had tho
above Bills under careful considera
tion. Bill No. TiO provides that tho duties
now performed by tho Assessors-in-Chief,
shall bo performed bj- tho
Governors of each Gubernatorial
Bill No. Ill provides that tho ollico
of Assessor-iu-Chior bo abolished,
and that tho labor heretofore per
formed by tho "Assessor" should be
performed by the Minister of Fi
nance. Your Committee does not believe
it wise to abolish tho ollico of Asses-sor-in-Chiof,
and in support of this
boliof would give tho following
When the Governors had I ho
supervision of tho Taxes of thoir
separate lslaiids, tho only work done
wits tho making out of tho Assess
ment Books by tho Assessors, and
tho collecting and accounting by the
Collector of tho monoy to tho Gov
ernor, and so far as wo can loam of
tho system, tho collection books woro
novor cheeked over either by the
Governor, his clerk or tho Registrar
of Public Accounts, so that it was
novor known whether all tho money
collected was turned into tho Gov
ernment Treasury or not.
In the Assessment Books at that
timo a person owning two or more
pieces of land would make a return
of same in a lump sum under the
head of Land and House, no royal
patent or land commissioners' award
number was given, so when referring
to tho Tax Books 3-011 could not tell
what property was owned b1 the tax
Since the establishment of the
present system, the Assessors and
their deputies havo been busy get
ting a correct list of all pieces of
land owned bj each tax payor, and
making a record in the Assessment
Books of same by Koyal Patent and
Land Commissioners' Award, the
number, the area, what the land is
used for, and if leased for how much.
Tho Assessors havo found in some
eases whore a tax payor was assessed
for ono .sum or item only, that thoy
owned seven or eight pieces of land
and did not pay more than half said
lands were worth.
Under the prosont law and sys
tem, maps in detail aro furnished by
tho Survey Department, its far as
thoy have them, and when a piece of
land is relumed by L. C. A. award
the number of said land is checked
on tho map, in this way tho Assessors.
find out tho lands that aro not laxed,
and as soon as the owner is found it
is assessed to him, and thus new as
sessments are continually being
made, and those assessments are per
manent, tho value only changing as
(ho value of tho land changes.
Enough extra or new taxes havo
been collected since the present sys
tem was established to partly pay
the running expenses of tho Tax
Thoro is also kept in tho head
ollico of each division a set of books
where each page represents a Land
Commissioners' Award, showing its
location, area, present owner or la
payer and other remarks. These
hooks in time as thoy aro completed
will become valuable records for the
Government and Tax Bureau.
Under this system records are also
kept in alphabetical order of till con
veyances of whatever kind or nature,
so that all transfer;, of title or
ownership aro known in tho Bureau,
and in this way an intelligent assess
ment can bo made, especially in
cases whero leases aie recorded of
lauds still returned in lump and in
many cases not roturned tit all.
At present a more complete as
sessment is made than before for tho
reason that tho satno jiomon is asses
sor as well as collector, and holds
ollico until removed for cause, an
assessor who has been over his dis
trict several years is familiar with
tho pooplo and their property.
Under the old system now assessors
wqru appointed each year, and not
being familiar with the work, the
people or their properly, they could
not mako a very correct assessment.
A moro just, equitable assessment
is now made. The Assessors, in
Chief meet every year with the Min
ister of Finance as a Board of
Equalization, and arrange and settle
up u a plan of assessment of all pro
perty throughout the Kingdom.
There is a great raving in espouse
to the Government, as well as an 11.
erease in Taxes collected, under the
prosont system, ns compared with
that under the Governors, as w 11 bo
seen by tho .statement herewith ap
pended. To remove tho Assessors
in Chief of each Island would neces
sitate tho employment of a higher
priced class of deputies than aro
now employed under tho Assessors
in Chief, and the result would pro
bably bo no reduction whatever in
tho sum total ofalariesjnow paid.
Al tho least calculation, it will
take two.years moro of hard work to
put tho present system on a good
and sure footing, and any change at
this time would bo a suvero blow to
carrying out of tho work. Tho most
of the detail work is being done by
tho Assessors themselves, the depu
ties boing busy with other work, so
that the abolishing of tho office of
Assessor and giving this work to tho
Governors or deputies to do would
put tho work back whore it was two
In a few words tho present method
of assessing and collecting taxes is
a woll organized system conducted
on business principles with a cen
tral ollico on each island, whero tho
information, material and detail
work explained above, is kept for
reference, tho whole plan of opera
tions boing regulated by tho Equaliz
ation Board whoteas tho old me
thod, with tho Assessors appointed
in a hap-hazard way each year, often
appointed from ono island to assess
ii district on another island and the
returns niado through it Governor
who know nothing about tho pro
perty of tho island,liasn't tho sem
blance ovon of business system in it
to recommend it.
To romovo the head Assessors,
and thus break up the central ollico
of each island, would takeout of the
system one of its most essential and
important features; it would really
remove the king bolt of the system.
Vo believe that to mako this
change, and remove those from of
fice who havo acquired such valu
able knowledge of tho business and
of tho properly throughout tho
country, at a time when tho Govern
ment is siiill- in need of :i good in
come from taxes, would bo suicidal
We recommend that the?o bills be
laid on the table.
Respectfully submit led,
II. P. Baldwin,
13. C. M.vcrARLVNi:,
L. A. Thurston,
J. A. Akina.
On motion of TJop. Koahou (ho
report was tabled until he could
present a minority report.
Noblo Williams from the Printing
Commit! co reported Bills lfil.v, 100,
107, 108, 171.
Minister Silencer presented an
swers to questions relative to iho
naturalization of Chinese, and ti
OUR STOCK OF
keep a horp? If o you want 0 Dandy
Ilruh, ami you n mitotic strong enough to
lait "omi'thliig that will not go to pieces
In a week. Knglnnd is famous for good
lini'lips and good mutton. Tho brushes
wo oiler you this week are from England.
We have 110 mutton.
coiiiniupla! lug any chango In the arrange
ment of your drawing room, your boudoir
uf your kitchen? W'u can assist yon to a
coliitilorahlo extent in iho selection of your
Limps, Stoves, Tixturosnnd Crockery.
- CONSISTS OK
AM. OK WHICH AUK KKKSH. IIVKltY
IfiUo live uiliuitpi of your limp and rxn
nillio Milne oT tho goods wp oiler you will
yOu compare our prices with thoi! charged
by other dealers? It will beiielllyou; mi
II w ill w. Wo make discount for cash too.
forgotten about tho-o Metal Handled Shoe
Dauboi.s and llrushes that you called for
a few weeks ago. We merely remind you
Unit wo havo them now. Thoy are good.
At Popular Prices!
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COKXKIt KOllT AND KIKO STKKUTS.
A YOUXn MAN' DKSlilKS A 1'Ohl
x tion as Conehninn in a' private
family. Address "K," this olllce.
Lost, Strayod or Stolon.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprookels' Bank.
S ICE! CHESTS
1 'lease, let
I IAN TUKASUItY NOTK.
turn to this olllce.
P3 1 White Mountain, (km
Ice Cream Freezers!
Cylinder & Barrel Churns.
lllnck and '1 sm
Tov Terrier 1 )oir. with oh nnr'w
miinc on collar. A rnwaid i
will be naid for his icturn to
II. W. HOI.DSWOltTH,
AtTheo. H. D.ivies.V Co.'.s olllce.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, 1S!)1!. l!U-tf
r 1"- lt ZLl
To Lot or Loaso.
rpWO N'ii'KI.Y KUU
1 nished ltooms, ppii
trallv located. Impiiip at
lU'i.i.uiN Olllce. Xii-tf
Jjprt 1 M-dbi
( Ullage in .MiiMM,
near lli-ivlitmii sheet car.
Kent lo. Anpl thisolllcp.
t :;h 1
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WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER
In JTL-y Style of
tlio I'll'ool: No. of Cliinopo ntitiiral-
izoil (lining lust period ill. (X) In
tlio presold poriod tlio numbers havo
boon--April, 0: May, .'!: .1 11110, 1;
July, 77; August to dale, l(i. (.')
Total naturalized Chine.so, 177.
Tho Ordor ot tlio Day being mov
ed tlio Appropriation JJill eaino bo
foro tlio AKSoiuhly. Nothing boing
ready for conmdurat ion in tlio way
of tho doforred items-, under .section
1 of tho bill, no aotiou was taken.
On motion Bill 115, rolalivo to
internal taxes, was faliou.up and sec
tion (52 was pns.sod.
A general dulnoss seoining to per
vade tho Assembly, Noblo Neumann
al-10:15 moved a lei'oss until 1 :!().
Tho vote seoined to favor tlio mo
tion, bill tho President ruled olhor
wiho, Noblo Neumann not objecting.
Seel ion (i!l passed.
On motion the voto passing sei-
tion (i'J was ro-foiisidorod and then
referred to tho.Indieiary Committee,
to which section til was also referred.
At, 11 tho As.soinbly, on motion of
Hop. Smith tiud Noblo Neumann,
took recess to allow members oppor
tunity to see their friondh off in tho
departing sloanicr Australia.
Ilcri'tiiiiiu street, on-
piisiio I'oit Hired church.
ji. 1. iii 1.1,1 1..
!($'''&&? H V fll H
ms- Me til
Davies ,V Co.
COTTAGES TO LET
1 ccntially located, con
taining two licdrooms. par-
II . II I11I11LT-1 tJIJ.IJ . MIII1IIIMI
Iteul Hn- Kuipiiru at this olllce.
vri'.w nousi: ok kivk
XI roouiH, 011 .Magazine sji
street, -Itli llathioom, pat- dKn
cut . (J., etc. 1 oiiiiiiamls
one of tho llncst vlewn in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
A NICK COTTAiii: ON 1 mi --Y
lleretailia eticet, near fflfi-i'?P)0
I'ilkoi Ntrcut, containing iiiH.iSt
l'arior, 2 llcdioonm, IS.ith- a!d-Pai?2S-roinii,
Dlniiigroom, I'anlry and kitchen,
Hurvuni'it room, Carnage Hoin-e,.SIahlii.i,tc.
Tramearn pa.s evry lM minutes. Apply at
olllce of this paper. I.is-tf
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - -' KEonolvilvi, H. I.
Pacific llurilwaro Co.
Whito Jlounlain leo Cream Kreoz-
F10111 one ipinrt. to 12 quails.
The larger sizes with lly wheol.
All attompth to supersede this
pattern havo failed.
Call and gut a Whitman Patent
Killing Bit, nickel plulod,
I'AL'irio J1aiiiw,uk Co., l.d.
rpjli: IIUIXKTIN IS '1'IIK I.IIAIMNU
J. Dally 1'apur of thu Kingdom. I-ifty
.contti pur month,
rpur.iiH wiu. m: a mkcting ok
J the tStocUholder.s of thu Kohala riiigar
Co, at the olllce of ('untie A Cooke, on
MONDAY, the IT.itli hint., nlilo'cloel; a. m,
.1. II. ATHWtTON,
liivlw Heci clary.
rpiiiiui: wiu, 111: . mi:i:tin(i ok
1. the Klockiiolilei'rt of the Haiku riugar
Co. at the. olllce of Castlu ,V Cooko, oil
MONDAY, the li.'d hiM., at I) o'clock a. m.
.1. II, ATHI'.IITON,
rpii:iin wild, 111: a mi:i:tino ok
J. iho Ktockholdcrn- of I'aia I'l.intatioii
attlieolllco of Castle A Cooke 011 MON
DAY, Aug. --', IN'-', nt !i o'clock A. M.
TJIOH. W. HOIlltOS,
1 of Tnndius of tho Queen'n Hospital
will he hold at the room of the Chamber of
Commerce, on Monday, August ii. IfcP.', al
10 o'clock a. m., for the purpo-n of cunsid
cillig pioponcd AmciidinciiU to lty-l.uu,
' 1. I,1. .... I. I Lillll ItMM'll
I'lir wmur. r. .. ni'ii.u.i'i.n.
Children's Ms-Infants' Bonnets
Tlie Largest Assortment
CAN UK KOUND AT
104 BVDi't Straot, XXon.olu.lvi.
CHII.niSKN'H !,AOH HAT.S,.
OHIUmn.VB MUIil. HAT.S,
HHIbDItKN'S HlliK HATS,
OHIUMtKN'H MUSMN HATS,
OHIbDltl'.N'S KTIIAW HATS,
OniliDIH'.N'S bl'.OHOK.V HATS.
inkaS'ts' i,aoi: iio.nni;ts,
i.n'kan'rs' ohikko.n honnkt.s,
INKA.NTH' MUSI, IN JIONNKTS,
INKANTri' SILK IION.NKTS.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, FINK.
JUST RECEIVED H. Hackfeld & Co
Per Bark " -A-ltooi't1
A KIIKSII INVlllOi: OK
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Hay, Grain, Feed Best Refined Alcohol !
For Sale Cheap In Quantities to Suit.
Honolulu, July -'', !(?-'.
at u i'i:u coitn i)i:Livi:iti:i).
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO,,
103 ilueu.il Btrcj;t. i;
For Mechanical & Medical Purposes.
Iu 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
- at Tin: iuti: or -
l.S Per Gra-lloxi
lib) INLM.UDlXO CONTAINK.lt. (lm
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