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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KIIOM AND AKTEK FEMIUAKY 1,1802.
Vv.nu City Local.
l.v. Honolulu 5:205
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An. Honolulu 0:10
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TIE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 17, 1892.
Saturday, Sept. 17.
Am bktno Discovery, McNeill, 14 days
from Sun Francisco
Stmr KJnau from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Mokolll from Molokai
Stmr Woimanalo from Maul and Molokal
Bchrl.avinia from Wuianae
Stmr Hawaii from Maui and Hamnkua
IiOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Now moon on tho 20th inst.
A child's now shoo awaits tho
owner nt this office
Tho band will piny at Emma
Square this aftoraoon,
Tho stoanior Monowai arrived nt
San Francisco oarly in tho morning
of Friday, Soptombor 2.
Tho supposed smuggling schooner
Halcyon was reported nt Rodondo,
Southern California, on tho first
Tho Bulletin is indebted to Capt.
MoNoill of tho barkontino Discovery
and Pilot Babcock for two days' later
Tho trottor Martha Wilkos lower
ed her record of 2:09J on Soptombor
1st, in Independence, Iowa, making
tho milo in 2:08, which is noxt to tho
world's trotting record.
A delightful ovoning was spent in
tho cycling school, Borotania street
Armor', by a number of ladies and
tboir escorts. A dotaclnnont of tho
baud enlivened tho occasion with its
Tho barkontino Discover', which
entered port this morning, brought
a dock load of hogs, which woro ox
nminod by Dr. W. T. Monsarrat,
government votorinary surgeon, and
An old demented Chinaman was
about townthis morning carrying a
musket in tho muzzle of which was
placod a staff bearing a flag with tho
motto, "Our aim tho public good.
(Conlinurd from 2d Page.)
Batumi vr, Sent. 17.
Waimca and Makawuli at
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Waimanalo for Molokai and Maui
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Klnau 130 shqep, (I horses, 1 mule.
23 bags corn, 432 bags potatoes, 144
pkgs hides and 100 pkgs sundries.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Sept 17 H S Williams, Mrs T C Williams,
Mrs J S Maltman, W H Zeltnor and wife,
W D Schmidt, Wong How, J M Kauwila,
C Kaizer, Miss M Mitchell, Hon J 13 Ather
ton, Ilev O P Kmcrion, Mrs Q C Akiim,
Mii.s Alo Akina, Miss Aoo Akina, Miss Ain
Akiim, Miss Marv Ixigan, E do Until, E N
Kui, .1 Wallace, H Strowbeck, W Brasch, 0
von Huiiini, W Merseberg and wife, Y A
See Young and wife, 'Masters Vanetta (:
u u wignt, wile, .. clitldren anil servant,
N Steen and wife, J M Kealoha, Jr, C
Aheen, H II Makekau, and 113 deck pas
sengers. Vessels in Port.
Wiltse, from Santa
from San Fran
i from San Fran-
Tho extra Saturday uiirht car
which has hitherto loft Punahou for
town at 10:10 p. in. has boon discon
tinued; but tho two extra late cars
from town for Punahou at 10:2a and
10:15 p. in. will run as before.
Chief Justice Judd and Justice
Dole have gone to Waikano to hold
a conference with Justice Bickorton,
who is there reuuporating, on tho
questions of tho Logislaturo regard
ing tho vote of want of confidence
Ah See, another arrest for chicken
stealing, was arraigned this morning
in tho Police Court and had his trial
set for Tuesday. It seems, that
chicken thieves aro making thoir peri
U S Cruiser Boston,
Am bk Albert, Winding,
Qcr bk P Isenborg, Kruso,
Am bktno S G Wilder from San Francisco
Bktne Tropic Bird from Tahiti
Brig W G Irwin, McCulloch, from San
The white man and Chinaman
who figured in a fracas in a billiard
saloon tho other day, woro brought,
up in tho Police Court this morning,
and thoir trial was postponed by
consent until noxt Saturday.
Tho entire furniture and effects of
tho Industrial Homo, at King streot
and Kawaiahno lane, will bo sold at
auction by Jas. F. Morgan at 10
o'clock Wednesday. Some fine arti
cles are in the advertised list.
Robort Dann, tho mate of tho
British ship Bonmoro, who attempt
ed to stab Captain Jenkins on tho
passage from hero to San Francisco,
loft that city September 1st in
charge of a detective for England to
stand his trial.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Alameda, Morse, from the Colonies,
duo Sept 22.
S S Monowal, Carey, from San Francisco,
duo Sent 23.
H I M S Hiei, Mori, from Japan.
Ger bk J O Glade, from Liverpool, Aug.
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Am nchr Mary Dodge, from Eureka, Sept. 3.
Am hcIi Glcnuale, from Eureka, Aug. 10.
Br bk 11 P lUtliot, from Cardiff, Sept. 1.
Ilk Greta, from Newcastle, N B W.
Gcr bk H Huekfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
Arrived Sept. 0th, steamer Hawaii from
Honolulu via Maui; Sept. 10th, steamer
Kinuu from Honolulu; Sept. 12th, Amer
ican tern John G. North, Carlsen. master,
15duys from San Francisco, to Hawaiian
ltnilroad Co, Cargo; groceries and gcuoral
plantation supplies. Consignees: H.Wal
lace, T. H. Duvios & Co., A. Tibbs. C. A.
Chapln, J, Kenton, S. G. Wilder it Co., N.
E. Malcolm, Hawaiian llailroad Co., Castle
& Cooke, T. S. Kay, and It. It. Hind.
Sept. lltli, steamer Hawaii from Laupu
hoehou; Bept. 10th, steamer Kinau from
Bailed Sept. 10th, steamer Hawaii for
Hamukua, and steamer Kinau for Hllo;
15th, steamer Hawail-for Honolulu; 10th,
steamer Kinau for Honolulu.
Hon. J. W. Bipikano is tho subject
of commont among Hawaiians tho
past two days. Thoy say that in
his speeches previous to oloction he
stated that should ho go back on his
party and vote against thorn, ho
would place his life in thoir hands.
Now thoy aro surmising whothor he
intends living or dying up to his
Mr. Lander's Recommendation.
Mr. J. A. Landor, a prominont
citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widoly known in that Stato, says of
Ohamborlain's Colic. Cholera aud
Diarrhoea Remedy: ''I have soon its
good results and can recommend
it." For salo by all doalors. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
An interesting fire engine drill is
promised for this afternoon. Engine
No. 1 engages to discharge water
from tho harbor at Hall's cornor.
From that point engine No. -1 will
wash tho Palace, and No. 5 tho Gov
Official returns for all Russia show
a gratifying docroaso in tho ravages
of cholera. Total cases in Ham
burg, Gormany, have been 8888, and
deaths, 1778. Cholera has broken
out violently in tho military camp
at Bruck, Austria, 22 miles southeast
When Mr. Peterson made anothor
attempt I then suggested to tho
caucus that wo would give thorn
threo niombers of tho Cabinet, leav
ing Mr. Neumann in tho Altornoy
Gonoralship. Thoy would liot con
sent to it. That being impossible I
noxt suggested to thorn that I would
iuduco Mr. Potorson to tako tho of
fice of tho Minister of Finance and
in that wnj" act in tho spirit of that
resolution. 1 will stato horo that
Mr. Potorson would not tell mo defi
nitely whether ho would accept that
modification. I then canio before
the caucus and urged Mr. Potorson
for tho position of Minister of Fin
ance. I said, you want Mr. Potor
son to bo responsible for that Cabi
net, insist that ho should go in that
Cabinet, will you support Mr. Potor
son in tho position of Financo with
Mr. Smith in tho position of Attor-noy-Gonoral?
Thoy refused that
after I had been dickering with thorn
for two hours. Then, I said, I shall
go back and say thnt I cannot come
to any sottlomont with you, I shall
inform Mr. Potorson that I cannot
como to an conclusion. I had no
sooner turned my back when ono of
tho members said, "Oh, ho is a snoak,
ho will not go to Mr. Potorson nt
all." I maintain that those gentle
men with whom I conversed that
morning represented tho whole cau
cus, thoy woro tho leading spirits of
tho caucus. Thoy said that Mr.
Smith would not go in with Mr.
Peterson anyhow, and Mr. Potorson
retorted in exchange that ho would
not go in with Mr. Smit h. Now, I
say, Mr. President, that under thoso
circumstances it was impossible to
come to any sottlomont with them.
Mr. President, thoso who aro best
acquainted with thoso comniitlco
and caucus meetings know that 1
havo not desired a Cabinet position
and was not prevailed upon to ac
cept it until Mr. Potorson said that
ho could not form a Cabinet, of
which fact ho informed Her Majesty,
and on Saturday afternoon she sent
for mo feeling much vexed that such
a delay had occurred and spoke of
tho stress on tho business commu
nity and tho fooling that was being
manufactured that she was responsi
ble for tho delay and asked mo to
form a Cabinet. Sho said, Mr. Mac
fnrlaue, I expect that you will form
a Cabinet by Monday. I told hor
that I would havo to tako tho mat
tor under consideration and ox
plained to hor tho difficulties that
had boon encountered by Mr. Potor
son. It was then arranged that T
should see her again Sunday morn
ing, but as a matter of fact I was
unable to see her until 12 noon.
Tho night before, thiiiking that I
might bo able to form a Cabinot,
and such a Cabinot as would Buit
this Logislaturo and tho majority of
tho Legislature, I asked His Excel
lency tho Minister of Foreign Af
fairs if ho would soo Noblo Wilcox.
I said to him with all duo defer-
onco to my colleague tho Minister of
tho Interior that I preferred Mr.
Wilcox, if I woro to form a Cabinot.
Old Rags Wanted.
Clean white rags, suitable for band
ages, aro wanted for uso at tho Bishop
Homo and tho Boys' Home, Lopor
- Sottlomont, Molokai. Ring up 281
Mutual telephone, and thoy will bo
sent for; or loavo tho sauio at tho
office of tho Board of Health, or at
J, T. Waterhouso's, Queou street.
The sloop Nollio, which was re
ported last wook as having gone
ashore at Kaunakakai, Molokai, has
boon got off, and is now floating in
doop water between two rocks. Tho
two men who succeeded in floating
hor arrived in town this morning
and will leave again on Monday with
material with which to repair tho
The Stoon-Smith refined ontor
tninors havo arrived on tho stoanior
Kinau from tho othor islands and
report excellent business and also
kind treatment received from tho
pooplo, especially Messrs. Goorgo
Bockloy, Whito, Falk, Borlowitz,
Torry and Tullooh, who made thoir
stay nt Kohala very pleasant as well
as profitable. Thoy speak in tho
highest tonus of Mr. and Mrs.
Whito. It is anticipated that Hono
lulu will havo tho pleasure of wit
nessing thoso clover entertainers
again before thoy will loavo for tho
The stoanior Moravia has arrived
at Now York with sickness on board
which ia suspected of being cholera.
Sho has boon put under tho most
rigid quarantine, orders being givon
to shoot anybody but a hoalth offi
cer attempting to go on board. An
examination of the liuou of tho sick
had failed at latest accounts to re
veal cholera bactoria. Tho Presi
dent and Cabinet havo been in con
ference on tho situation, and tho
strictest quarantine is to be enforced
ovorywhoro against foreign arrivals.
Mails from infoctod count rios aro to
I said if Mr. Parker would interview
Mr. Wilcox on that matter and sug
gest to him that if ho would accept
tho position of Minister of tho
Interior I would likely form a Cabi
not. I told Mr. Parker to toll him
that my choice was Mr. Parker, Mr.
Neumann and himself. His Excol
loncy informed mo that aftor talk
ing homo minutes with Noblo Wil
cox ho had said that ho could not
seo his way clear to go in, that ho
had no objection to Mr. Macfarlane,
that he would go into a Cabinet
with him, that ho had no objection
to Mr. Parker or to Mr. Gulick; Mr.
Gulick's name having been men
tioned, but ho said I cannot go into
a Cabinet with Mr. Noumann. I
did everything in my power to form
a Cabinot with Mr. Wilcox, because
I think that ho would bo not only
satisfactory to this Legislature but
to tho whole country, as in all res
pects a fair-minded man, having no
prejudice, being unswayed by poli
tics. I claimed that if Mr. Wilcox
would go into tho Cabinot with mo
ho would add strength to tho Cabi
net. I had previously mentioned to
Her Majesty tho naino of Mr. G, N.
Wilcox, and sho had said ho was per
fectly acceptable, and I then tried
with tho nssistnneo of Mr. Parker to
havo Mr. Wilcox tako a position in
Mr. President, tho result of my
efforts to form a Cabinet, was as an
nounced to this House Monday
morning. I selected it in tho spirit
of that resolution, taking a position
in that Cabinet as tho person called
to form it, and holding myself res
ponsible to this Legislature and tho
country, aud I do not admit, Mr.
President, that I have acted in viola
tion of a constitutional principle, or
tho principle of representative gov
ernment. And 1 do not admit that,
in nccordaneo with such principle, I
should como before a majority of
this Legislature and mako that maj
ority select a Cabinet for tho coun
try. I claim that such a courno
would bo a violation of tho Consti
tution, and a positive entrenchment
upon tho rights of tho Executive.
No ono knows that bettor than tho
Noblo from Maui.
Mr. President, at tho risk of delay
ing this House and to more properly
ostablish tho position which I havo
takon, perhaps it will bo necessary
for mo to refer back a littlo to an
other matter which canio up during
tho efforts of Mr. Potorson to form
a Cabinot, which will also help to
break down tho aspersions to the
effect that I was all this time acting
in my own interests and looking out
for a Cabinet position myself.
When Mr. Potorson failed to mako
a combination, it was then suggest
ed that Mr. Homor would probably
accept a position as a Cabinet Min
ister, and Mr. Homor was approach
ed on that subject. Certainly ho did
not object to Mr. Noumann nor did
ho object to Mr. Parker in tho form
ation of a Cabinot of which ho was
to form a part. Mr. Homor was
spoken to by thoso gontlemon, and
nfter sovoral interviews he, with his
brothor and his son, visited my office
and stated that ho had been invited
to tako a position in tho Cabinet as
tho Minister of Finance, and asked
mo if 1 had any objections, or words
to that offect. 1 replied to Mr.
Homor tlfat while I had opposod
him in this House on almost all of
his measures, that while wo had
been almost diametrically opposed,
being on opposito sides of tho House
and having difforont convictions,
that as a member of tho Cabinet I
was not opposed to him at all; and
under tho circumstances I thought
it would bo a good compromise be
cause Mr. Horner represented tho
Reform Party as a leading member
of that party and, I considered, was a
fair-minded man, and was doing
what ho could to bring about a com
promise 'in tho formation of the
Cabinot, and 1 thought it would bo
a happy solution of tho difficulty.
But I said: Mr. Horner, wo will ex
pect that you will not lend your
support to your banking act as a
Cabinot officer. You know my viows
on that. I havo dobated with you on
tho floor of tho Houso because 1 be
hove that it would bo disastrous to
tho interests of this country, and
flood tho country with an irredeem
able paper money; and I said, Mr.
Homor, I shall oxpect that you will
at least givo no furthor support to
your bill, and I then put it down in
writing, and told him it is not neces
sary for it to bo known outside as
long as I know; that, when I gave my
consent as an individual member of
tho party, I wanted to feel that I
could at least go before my consti
tuents if it woro thrown back at me,
that I objected to Mr. Hornor going
in unless ho withdrew tho bank net.
I don't say that Mr. Hornor had jy
any means mado up his mind to take
a placo in the Cabinot, but Mr. Hor
nor was not objectionable to Mr.
Neumann or Mr. Parker, which is a
reason that has been advanced.
Mr. Horner said that, under those
conditions, ho could not accept a
position in the Cabinet, and that
settled it. Representative men of
tho community woro approached
outsido of tho Houso, men like W.
F. Allen and S. M. Damon, with re
gard to taking a placo in tho Cabi
not, but thoy would not ontortain
such a proposition, so tho choice
was narrowed down to a very limited
number from whom to select. Wo
woro blocked in our efforts at every
turn by tho Opposition, who insisted
that tho member from Lihuo should
bo -tho Attornoy-Gonoral, with the
possible alternative of Mr. Carter.
I will stato right horo, Mr. Presi
dent, that before Mr. Neumann was
thought of, or any othor member
thoy aro secretly in league with
llioso who aro tho rankest annexa
tionists in our midst. Mr. Presi
dent, that reminds mo of the touch
ing oulogium of tho young man who
woro a low-necked shirt for hospi
tality to vipers.
Now, in conclusion, 1 will say that
Her Majesty has not sought in any
way to suggest, much less iniposo
any conditions on this Cabinet. Sho
has sought ovory moans in Her
power to havo a Cabinet which
would havo tho confidence of tho
country and which would bo satis
factory to a majority of this House.
If I havo failed to form such n Cabi
not, wo will hnvo to stop down and
out. But, Mr. President, 1 resent
and deny tho truth of tho statement
made by the opposition that this
Cabinet has been forced on ino
either by Hor Majesty or anyone
else as a most infamous slander.
Throats havo boon nwulo, Mr. Pre
sident, by tho faction called tho Re
form party, who wish to dominate
this Legislature aud wish to domi
nate this whole country, and ovory
possible obstacle has been put in
the way of forming this Cabinet,
and thoy havo mado tho statement
that this Cabinet would not be able
to got tho financial assistance which
would bo requisite to cairyonthis
Government. I will stato horo that
this Cabinet has tho assurance that
thoy can havo all the money that is
required if thoy aro sustained in
this Houso. 1 can stato that and
stato it positively and any statement
to tho contrary 1 wish to refute
Our stock commends itself to people with refined
tastes, being selected with u view to pleasing a class of
buyers who recognise good values.
&Z2r "Annual Clearance
Sales' 'and "Bargain Days" aro
omitted from our
alch-penny thoughts. .Every day is a
day with us,
and a display
of good articles the onry bait we set for the
week after we
arrive in three weeks,
orders for Heels and
supply of IIosiu Khhlk was exhausted a
mentioned thein to you; another lot will"
To those of our customers who left
failed to got them we mention "this
fact and ask their
the goods arrive.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu,
Oppo. Spreckels' Bank.
st. ANiirtEw's cATiir.nnAL.
Tho services of tho cathedral con
gregation, 11th Sunday after Trin
ity, will bo as follows: Holy Com
munion, G:30 a. in.;
11 a. 111
m.; evensong and sermon,
All aro invited.
;, :j::jo p.
:!K) p. 111.
for tho position of Attornoy-Gonoral,
by us, Mr. Hatch was our choice for
thnt position, aud I will also state
that Mr. Hatch wns tho gentleman
most desired by Hor Majesty.
It has boon stated by tho Noblo
from Maui, and tho Representative
from Lihuo, and others, that this cry
of annexation has emanated from
this Cabinet to work up a feeling
that would iufluouco tho native vote.
I deny that any such statement either
originated from, or has been made
by tho Cabinet or its supporters. If
that fooling and sentiment exists or
prevails in the mind of tho commun
ity to-day, or has any foothold, it is
because of tho position of the Noblo
from Maui and other moinbors of tho
Opposition in this Houso, who have
had that idea in their minds from
first to last, annexation, republic,
anarchy or anything olso but a mon
archy. No ono has advanced thoso
ideas but tho moinbors thoinsolves;
if thoro is any feeling of that' kind
prevailing to-day it is because that
hope is ontortained by them as ox
pressed in this oratorical way by the
Noblo from Maui, that as sure as tho
nightfall follows the sunset, so sure
will constitutional government gain
stop by stop until wo will have no
monarchy; thoso aro his own words
as reported by his official organ this
Now, Mr. Prosidont, if that is tho
case with homo of tho nomineos of
tho opposition, is it to bo wondered
at that, acting for Hor Majesty in
the formation of a Cabinet, 1
would not suggest niombors who aro
pronounced annexationists, or if
thoy ure not annexationists openly,
Tho services of the second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow will bo as follows: 9:15 a. in.,
morning prayer with sermon; To
Deuni, Barrett in E flat; hymns 230
and 222; anthem "Incline thine oar
unto me," by Himmoll. At (!:.'50 p.
in. evensong with sermon; Magnifi
cat and Nunc Dimitlis, Ebdon in C;
anthem "How beautiful upon the
mountain," by Smith; hymns 231
and 27. Rev. A. Mackintosh,
pastor. All are cordially invited to
The Reoignnized Church of Jesus
Christ will hold services to-morrow
in the Brito Hall (coiner King and
Smith streets), as follows: Bible
class, 10 a. 111.; Preaching in English
and Hawaiian, 11a. in.; Preaching
in English, 7:30 p. in. All are in
vited. CATHOLIC t'ATIIUDRAL.
High Mass, 10 a. 111.; Rosary and
catechism, 2 p. in.; Sermon followed
ljy tho Benediction of the Holy Sac
rament, 1:30 p. m.
SEVENTH DAY AIIVENTIST.
Seventh Day Advent ists will have
Bible meetings every Sunday even
ing, at tho cornor of Punchbowl and
v Evangelistic services will bo con
ducted by tho Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
tho Y. M.
C. A. hall. (5:30 to 7:15 p. in.
CENTRAL UNION CIIUIICII.
Preaching by tho Pastor at 11 a.
111, and 7:30 p. 111.
Beef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
&ST GOOD FOR THE SICK OR THE WELL JB&
"We carry in stock the following Well-known Brands :
Liebiy's Extract of Meat,
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Parke Davis & Co.'s Beef Jelly,
Wyeth & Bros' Beef Juice,
Valentine's Meat Juice,
Johnston's Fluid Beef,
Mosquera Beef Meal,
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, JK. X.
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening a Large Stock of
New Goods !
Y. 31. C.
tffir Just Received per S. S. " Australia." -"a
Something New in Ranges.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co., (L'd.),
hnvo just received an invoice of tho
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges
which aro superior to anything of
tho kind yet invented. They have
boon adopted by tho United States
Navy and are in uso on the Charles
ton, San Prancisco and Boston and
other now vessels. Also 011 several
of the now vessels lately built for
the trade between San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of these Ranges
will nt once show their many advan
tages over all competitors.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. II. Burger, leader, will
give a concert this ovoning at
Emma Square, commencing at 1:30
o'clock. Following is tho program: ,
March Mufllir ... . ., .llorshanlt
Beluutlim Attllii, .. Verill
W11IU -HUiu Uikux. ... Milliifkcr '
Uult'i'tioii JuriiHiiluin Wrrii I
Puutiikiu TI10 Uivulu. . . 1'utti-u
(lulun Wully. .. .Ilcliiiiilorf
lliiuull I'onul, I
2 ICE! CHESTS
White Mountain, Gem
Automatic Ice Cream .Freezers !
B Cylinder & Barrel Churns.
Saved a Woman's Lite.
Mr, J. 12. Thoroughgood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two toaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dinrrhma llom
edy baved tho life of Mrs. Jane
Thomas, of this place." Ho also
states that bovoral other very bad
cases of bowel complaint there havo
been cured by this remedy. For
sale by all dealers. Reason, Smith
61 Co., Agents,
I'urtluH having thu lflmuls and wixliiug
tu illaMj of llii'lr
Cnn havo their value Immi'illatuly without
troiilileanil ciji!iiKi of removal by uiiy
Lewis J. Levey,
Picture Frumes made to order from
Latent Styles of Mouldinyit. Jlenova
lion of Old Pictures a pceiulty at Kiny
Bros., Hotel street.
Election of Olllcors.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS,
A T THU AHJOUKNKl) ANNUAL
1. Mooting of the StoeUiolilurs of thu
Wiiluhlnu AKrieiiltunl t llruzint; fo. ln-Kl
tilts iluy, thu following OtlU'Cra worn olci)tol
for the I'lisuiiiK yt'iir:
l'n'Klih'iit ., Hon. A O, Irwin, '
Vii'c-l'reshU'iit. .Mr. J. M. MoiiMirnit,
V .. .lion. 0.1', IiiuU'ii,
Trviinurvr I '
Auditor .. Hon. M.Oillard.
W. U. Irwin. J, M. Monuirrut. 0. V.
luiikwi, J, Kiuihaiie, J, 1), 1'uii.i.
Keurctury W. A. O. Co.
Honolulu, Auk. -'. !-. ,'AMm
When you want 11 Portrait JCnlaryed
vail on Kiny lira,, yet their Pric-e List,
and see Samples. They can't be beatl