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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, SEPT. 19, 1892.
HUE .A. K. 1 1ST EJ HSTEWS.
Sumiy, Sept. 18.
Stmr (Mainline from Jloui
Stinr MIkahala from Kauai
Monday, Sent. 19.
Stmr .Tamos Mnkoo lor Hanalei and Hana-
mmilu nt 4 p m
Stinr Waltnanalo for Molokai and Maul
Stinr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p 111
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Claudine for Mnui at 5 p m
Stmr Mikalinla for Kauai, at 5 p 111
Stmr Kinau for Maul and Hawaii at 2 t m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Claudino 1208 bags sugar, 200 bags
Hour, 117 pkgs sundries.
Stmr MIkahala 2810 bags sugar, 102 bags
riee, 31 bags pin, 7 bundles hides, (i
LOOAIi , AND GENERAli NEWS.
Tho band will piny at Emma
Squaro this ovoniug.
Thoro aro now 92 prisoners nt
work on tho Volcano Road.
Diamond Head, 8 p.m. Wcatlior
cloudy; wind high northeast.
ShoriiTs 1F.wT Wilcox" of Kauai
and H. G. Troadway of Mnui aro in
Mr. N. Peterson has roplnccd his
stable lately burned with a slinpoly
ami convenient now building.
Ovor sovonty tins of captured
opium woro sont from Knuni last
week to the authorities in this city.
Now sidowalks nro keeping pace
with tho improvement of tho road
way on Jiorotanin street townid
Tho laddies of Engine Co. No. 1
hnvo promised to show how it's done
on Saturday noxt with a longer lino
Mrs. E. Gray having resigned as
organist of tho Bishop's Congrega
tion of St. Andrew's, Mrs. C. Bono
fills tho vacancy.
Tho proprietors of KaMailo store
intend removing to tho storo,lately
vacated by P. Gortz, on tho Aloha
Tho full text of tho Supremo
Court's opinion on tho want of con
fidence question appears in our
Tho postponed ball game botweon
tho How do You Like It nine and
tho Volunteor No. 1 team will take
place on Saturday noxt.
District Judgo Martin of Kau lias
boon summoned to town under tho
Audit Act, to explain a failure to
make returns for two months.
A Chinaman was fatally injured
by the caving in of a tunnol at Wai
heo, Maui, on tho 15th inst., dying
in the Wailuku hospital on tho 17th.
All those wishing to join tho nor
mal class will please bo prcsont at
tho Fort street School on "Wednes
day, tho 21st inst., at 2 o'clock, p.m.
Tho S. S. Alameda duo hero on
Wednesday night from tho Colonies
will bring tho rosult of tho great
fight botweon James J. Corbott and
John L. Sullivan.
(Continued from 2d 1'ayc.)
, 80 likes sundries.
From Maui, per stmr Claudine,
18 T Murrv. Misses Williams (31
.1 11 naioo
J P Sylva,
Mrs S W Kaai.
Miss H Manic,
un.r llua . twij A nvn.tiln.
Per. ...lis Kci kiw..nv.j ..uioa wv.oa.1
n..n irn rp-,... .1. ...... t...i..n KTn.:
J no Klohardson, Miss Cockett, Miss Surah
Gockctt, Miss E K lleers, W Baldwin, Mr
Patcanof, Mrs A Uorba, C Alama, O Far
den, and 40 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr MIkahala, Sept 18
J Duncan, 11 llobinson, Mrs H Butler
and 2 children. It Boss, It B Scott, Jas
Harkess, Q W Hope, O Mahrt, O Christian
Jr, J 11 Uummings, S W Wilcox, Miss
Maria Makanuni, 8 K Kaco, Miss Alice
Ayers, L Titcomb, K Brambridgo, It Toma
nuga, T Naka, Sco Mee Leo, Ah San,
Chung Tong, A Kwai, Meo Syck, Chou
Chec, Achcong, and 58 deck.
Vessels in Port.
U S Cruiser Boston, Wiltso, from Santa
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
Gor bk P Isenbcrg, Kruso, from Son Fran
cisco. Brig W Q Irwin, McCulloch, from San
Am bktno S G Wilder from San Francisco
Bktne Tropic Bird from Tahiti
Foreign Vessels Expocted.
S S Alameda, Morse, from tho Colonics,
duo Sept 22.
S S Monowai, Carey, from San Francisco,
JI I M B Hici, Mori, from Japan.
Gcr bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, Aug.
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Am schr Mary Dodge, from Eureka, Sept. 3.
Am sch Glcndalc, troni Eureka, Aug. 1(1.
Br bk K P Itlthot, from Cardiir, Sept. 1.
Bk Greta, from Newcastle, N B V.
Gcr bk II Hackfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
Tho cycling school and skating
rink has bocomo quito popular with
tho massos. You might as well try
to find a pin in a haystack as to
look for any particular person in tho
rink on Saturday night last.
Jonnio Loo, to arrive by steamer
from the1. Colonies on Wednesday
evening, will give a performance of
her groat creation "Joe" in tho play,
"Bleak Houso." Seats can bo ro
sorvod at Mr. Levey's office.
Tho S. F. Call of tho 2nd inst.
states that tho schooner which put
into Itodondo, Southern California,
was not tho Halcyon, as previously
reported, but a lumber schooner.
Tho Halcyon then is somewhere olso.
Mr. W. Maortons has enclosed his
largo residence plot on Borotania
and Victoria street with a noat fonco
of woodon palings, replacing tho old
picket fonco removed when ho gave
up a slice of land to Borotania street.
Tho barkentine S. G. Wilder received
The schooner Luka has boon hauled on
the Marine itullway.
Tho Ewa side of Brewer's wharf Is lined
with all sorts of crafts,
Tho steamer Hawaii will leave on Wed
nesday for ports on Hawaii.
Tho first section of thu now foremast of
tho Tropio Bird has beon put in.
I IThe bktno Discovery has been moved over
to Brewer's wharf to dixchargu tho re
iiiuindorof her cargo.
Wildor'a S. S. Clnudldo, Davies, Com
mander, arrived at 3 o'clock Sunday morn
ing, and reports strong trades and dry
weather. Brig John 1), Siireckols arrived
at Kuhului on Friday with a full cargo of
cement, limo, bricks, etc., to Hawaiian
Coin iiieri'iaht Sugar Co. and oxpcctstosail
for S" Francisco in ballast on Wednes
day. Will leave again to-morrow evening
with four sections of tho Hawaiian Com
mercial .t Sugar Co.'s smokestack. The
Claudino steering gear is being remodeled.
Tho Roval Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
.give a concert this ovoning nt
Emma Squaro, commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March Dalliouslo Cook
Overture Itulian in Algiers. .. .Ilossinl
Cornet Polka Tho Palace Bugler. ...
l'antasia The JUvals Potteo
Ho Lei no Llllu, Moa Ula. Lapulo
Grand Selection Adolia , . .Donizetti
Piccolo Solo Elua Maim llwl , . Kliug
Waltz Artist Life Strunss
March Tu-ra-ra-boom-do-ay. .. ,,, Anon
rpHB WEEKLY BULLETIN-28 COI,
X uiniis of Interesting Heading Matter,
Islands, fl; mailed to foreign countries, 5,
Inspectors of tho Second
District, Socond Precinct, will moot
this evening nt tho Knuluwola
school, School stroot, from 7 to 9
o'clock, for tho purpose- of correct
ing tho oloctoral rogistor of that
Tho famous schooner Ka Hao Ha
waii arrived yostorday with a cargo
of coal. This morning tho cargo
was sold at thirty-five conts a bag to
Mr. "Watorhouso. Tho Hao Hawaii's
trip has turned out profitably after
A capture of a Chinaman with
forty tins of opium was made on
Kauai last weok. Tho Chinaman
was in tho act of leaving tho wharf
after landing from a stoamor when
ho was nabbed and his baggage
searched with tho above result.
A Japanese laborer was killed by
falling from a train of cars while
going from Camp 1 to Camp 7 at
Sprockolsvillo last week. Ho fell
outward and struck a sloping bank,
then tumbled back under the cars,
tho wheels of whioh cutoirn portion
of his skull.
Tho IJov. J. Bicknell was stricken
down with illnoss on tho sidownlk
nftor having preached n sormon on
thoovils of gambling in Knumnka-
pih Church. Ho died whilo being
convoyed to his homo on Kukui
stroot. Tho funornl took placo this
afternoon from Kauniakapili church
Tho largo stool steamer "Western
Reserve, bound for Clevolaud, Ohio,
broke in two oiTSaublo banks, Michi
gan, August tfO, and twenty-six lives
wore lost, comprising the ownor, P.
G. Miuch, his wife, boh, daughter,
sistor-in-law and niece, and Capt,
Albert Myers and crow. They had
divided themselves between a wood
en and a metallic yawl whon tho
vossol broke, but both boats woro
capsizod and tho only survivor was
Harry Stewart, wheelsman, who
reached tho shore after being two
hours iu the water,
tion has wisoly provided in ordor
that insufficient reasons for such ac
tion shall not prevail, that tho deci
sivo vote on those questions shall bo
bi' not a majority or two-thirds of
tho members present, but of tho
whotr body, and if tho absonco of
members from tho Houso when tho
vote is taken is not to lesson tho
number necessary to a deeisivo vote,
wo cannot seo wh1 a vnuanuy by
resignation should hnvo that effect.
The reasons for such action should
bo cogent enough to convince a
majority of tho whole constitutional"
number of inombers and thoro should
bo no toinptation offered oithor to
members, rendered timid in timos of
public excitement and disposed to
evade their duty 1)3 resignation, or
to others who would seek to induco
thorn to resign or even to put them
out of tho way, and thus reduce tho
number essential to a valid vote.
We "consider that this safeguard
of tho Constitution should bo pre
served in its ontirotj. Tho preced
ents furnished us nro in favor of this
position. Tho cases in tho Supremo
Court of tho State of California
San Francisco vs. Hazon, fi Cal. 175,
McCrackon vs. San Francisco 10 Cal.
591, Grogan vs. San Francisco 18
Cal. 590, and Sattorloo vs. San Fran
cisco 23 Cal. 315 all take tho view
that tho expression in tho charter of
thoCit3of San Francisco that no
ordinanco should bo passed "unless
by a majority of alt the members elected
to such Hoard," of Aldermen, moans a
majority of the votes of the entire num
ber which the charter provided should
be elected. In San Francisco vs. Ha
zon above cited tho Court said, "If
tho word 'elected' is to bo taken as
npptying to members actually in of
fice, it follows that b3' resignation or
othonyiso tho Board inny bo reduced
to ono membor and ho would bo as
competent to act as a full Board."
Tho reasoning of tho Court in Os
bum vs. Staloy 5 "W. Va. 85, 13 Am.
Rop. frlO, sustains tho view of tho
California Court. Hero tho Consti
tution of "West Virginia provided
that "no bill shall bo passed b3'
oithor branch of tho Legislature
without nn affirmative vote of a
majority of the members elected there
to. Tho Senate, whon full, con
sisted of twonty - two mem
bers ono seat was vacant 13' res
ignation and tho bill received
rtnl.r fill....... mt rc 'I'li.v I nt.f t. n -
"The truo thoor3r of representative
government is that a majoritj- of tho
representatives of all tho people to
bo bound b3 3113' law should asont
to it and it cannot bo doubted but
that tho pooplo, whon tho3' put this
provision in tho Constitution, in
tended to secure themselves against
tho passage of an3T law to which a
majority of all tho pooplo should not
consent. Tho representatives of tho
pooplo should bo governed by tho
s)irit of tho Constitution and in
doubtful cases should decline tho
oxerciso of power. For thoso reasons,
with all respect, it was the duty of
tho Senate to have declared tho bill
not passed." But tho Court, deem
ing it not clear beyond a roasouablo
doubt that tho words "members elect
ed" roforred 011I3' to porsons elected
at tho last preceding elections, al
though thoy may have ceased to bo
members at tho time tho voto was
taken, declined to hold the law unconstitutional.
Legislature aro necessary in order to
pass a voto of want of confidonco in
A. F. Judd,
Rich. F. BtcKr.ivroN.
OrlNION of Jin. justice dole.
Tho words of tho Constitution are
capable of both of tho construc
tions contended for, but in viow of
our accepted practice that whon
thoro nro vacancies in tho seats of
tho oloctivo membership, tho Legis
lature is still a legal body to carb
on its work, tho const ruction claimed
b3' tho Opposition that is, that n
majority of existing oloctivo mom
bors is competent to pass a voto of
want of confidonco in tho Cabinet,
is, as it sooms t o me, tho more obvious
and natural one. Such a const ruc
tion requires no addition of words
or train of reasoning iu ordor to
make it fit tho language of tho Con
stitution. On tho other hand, T find that tho
American authorities, so far as I have
boon ablo to consult thoin, are prac
tical' unanimous iu favor of tho
construction contended for by tho
supporters of tho Miuistrj. Tho
greater part of thoso cases discuss
tho legislative powers of municipal
corporations, and it is contonded
bore against tho value of these cases
that tho3' do not applj' to tho ques
tion submitted to us, because such
bodies are tho creatures of tho
statute and hnvo a different status
from tho legislative bod' of a nation.
I admit that thoro aro differences bo
tweon a board of aldermon and tho
Legislature of a stato or nation, but
in the principles relating to tho legis
lative functions of such a board,
I know of no reason why tho' should
differ from thoso governing a nation
al Legislature, nor have air beon
shown, except that tho membership
of a municipal corporation is gener
ally small as compared to that of a
Legislature, and therefore a vacant
in tho former is a more serious mat
ter than is a vacancy in tho lnttor.
But tho reasoning iu the West Vir
ginia caso of Osburn vs. Stale', re
ferred to in tho opinion of tho major
ity of tho Justices, adopts tho samo
viow regarding a Stato Legislature
as is hold by tho California cases in
regard ttimtnicipal corporations.
Tho difference of language in our
Constitution, which uses tho words,
"oloctivo members," from that used
iu tho constitutions and charters
undor discussion in tho cases refer
red to, which use the words "elected
to," might perhaps support an argu
ment in favor of a different construc
tion of our Constitution," but tho
difForonco in moaning of these words
is so slight and uncertain that I am
not disposed to consider it.
Under theso circumstnncos I am
led to follow tho American author
ities, and to concur in tho conclu
sion of tho majority of tho Justices
of tho Supremo Court.
Sanford B. Dole.
AND OENERAIi NEWS.
An assignee's notice
T. P. Sovorin, of thu Aloha Gal
ler3, will leavo on tho steamer Moko
lii for Halawa, Molokai, to take
viows of all points of interest on tho
Fornandos, tho Portuguese who
shot his wife in a fit of jealousy on
tho night of tho 7th inst., on Kauai,
previously reported, gave himself up
to Sheriff Wilcox last weok. Tho
woman is still alive. The bullet the
man fired at his head was found flat
tened on liis cheekbone and extract
ed. Tho bullet received b' the wo
man remains in lier body, it is
thought being lodged in her lungs.
Five Scotch mechanics R.U.Scotl,
Rodk. Ross, Jas. L. Duncan, James
Harkess and Thos. G ray engaged in
erecting machinery at Makaweli, Ka
uai, struck work Saturday and camo
to town by tho Miknhala on Sunday
morning. Their immediate grievance
was tho refusal to advance their pa3'
from S-l to $1.50 a day, t ho same two
other mechanics were getting. Thoy
claim also to have boon badly used
otherwise. Tho night before thoy
loft Manager Morrison was hung in
effigy in front of tho office.
Opium Kntos High.
The price of opium lias gone up
iu tho past fow weeks, China opium
not being obtainable for loss than
$29 a pound, whereas previously it
was only $18 j Victoria is $22 and
California $19.50. Port Surveyor
Crabbo receives weekly reports from
his officers which contain statements
affirming the above. Mr. Crabbo has
beon assiduous in his efforts to put
down tho opium traffic. Tho result
is very gratifying, and his efficiency
commendable. All this talk about
opium being in galore in tho city is
nonsense. Tho only thing for tho
officials to do now is to watch that
tho Halcyon, which is supposed to
bo hovoring around tho islands with
$29,000 worth of opium, does not
offeot a landing.
SKa Our stock commends itself to people with refined
tastes, being- selected with a view to pleasing- a class of
buyers who recognise good values.
Sos?1 "Annual Clearance Sales," "Marked Down
Sales'' and "Bargain Days" arc omitted from our list of
eatch-ponny thoughts. Every day is a bargain day with us,
and a display of good articles the only bait wo set for the
supply of Hosu ItKKLS was exhausted a
wo mentioned them to you ; another lot will
arrive in three weeks. To those of our customers who left
orders for Keels and failed to get them we mention this
fact and ask their indulgence until the good's arrive.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroot, Honolulu,
Oppo. Spreckels' Bank.
Kulolo, Something Good.
Six cups Taro Flour, -1 cups cocoa
nut milk, -I lablespoonfuls sugar,
grate fine the moat of 2 cocoauuts
and mix all together well, put iu a
deep dish well buttered and bake
1 hour in a moderate oven; eaten
warm or cold it is excellent and can
not bo beat.
Beef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
&T GOOD FOR THE SICK OR THE WELL J&
We carry in stock the following Well-known Brands:
Liebig'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,
Mospera Beef Meal,
Old Kngs "Wanted.
Clean whilo rags, suitable for band
ages, aro wanted for use at the Bish'op
Homo and the Boys' Home, Lopor
Settlomeut, Molokai. Ring up 281
Mutual telephone, and they will bo
sont for; or loave tho samo at the
office of tho Board of Health, or at
J. T. Watorhouso's, Queen stroot.
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Hoxioloal-u., EC. I.
Southworth v. Palmyra & Jackson
R. R. Co. 2 Mich. 287, holds that tho
word "Houso" in tho Constitution
of Michigan moans tho members
present doing business, thoro being
a quorum, and not a majority of all
tho membors elected; and an act of
incorporation passed by two-thirds
of all tho membors present, thoro
being a quorum, is constitutional.
Here tho Constitution romiirod tho
nssont of "two-thirds of each House"
This caso docs not aid us, as it would
if our Constitution read in Article
11, a "majority of the J, eg i stature" or
In Stato v. McBryde, 1 Aro. 303,
tho facts were similar to thoso in
tho Michigan caso. A voto of "two
thirds of each houso" was required
and tlio Court hold that two-thirds
of n quorum, that is two-thirds of a
majority of all elected, was sullieiont.
Hero thoro woro no vacancies and
two mombors were absont.
In Dillon on Municipal Corpora
tions, Section 2(51, the learned author
says, "A majority of each definite
part (of a corporation) moans a maj
ority of tho number of members of
which that part consists, not merely
a majority of tho existing members
of that part."
It is urged upon us that this rule
of construction whilo applying to
nets of corporations does not apply
to legislative acts. Wo can soo no
reason why itloos not, except that
iu corporations tho body consists of
a much smaller number of membors
and tho reason why tlio majority
should lie of tho full number re
quired by tho charter is correspond
ingly stronger. '
After mature stud, our opinion
is that tlio moaning of Article -11 of
tho Constitution is that twonty-livo
votes of tho oloctivo lftoinbois of tho
Noblo Thurston read for tho first
time a bill relative to tho ro-rogis-tration
On motion at 11:25 tho bill "to re
organize tho Judiciary Department
was brought up, undor unfinished
business, and Sectious G5, Go" and (57
rolativo to dutios of clerk and Sec
tion 80 rolativo to laws repealed, otc,
Ponding action on Section 81, the
Assembly at 11:45 took recess until
1:30 p. m.
POUTUOUBSK COOK. MIDDLH
iVgcd Man, whiles a situation us
references uivun. Apply
UONSAf A'KS & OU.'S,
2HOHSK POWKU UPHK1HT UAXTKH
Kngiuu uud Boiler, in good working
For particulars or terms lipid v to the
ui.i.r. il ui'i'iur.,
Tho Engine Drill.
A combined drill of Engine Com
panies 1, 4 and 5 took placo Satur
day afternoon, and proved a splen
did capacity for drawing water from
tho harbor to throw at long dis
tances. No. 1 engine, iu chnrgo of
Assistant Foreman J. D. McVeigh,
was stationed at the Iuter-Islaud
Steam Navigation Co.'s wharf, with
a lino of hose along Fort stroot to
Hall's comor, King street. Tho dis
tance is 1750 foot, but, with tho
bonds iu tho hose, there was 1800
feet laid. At the corner tho wator
was discharged into a largo packing
caso for a tank, whouco it was drawn
by No. -1 and No. 5 onginos, from
which linos were run to Palace
Squaro No. -1 having 1100 feet out,
and No. 5, 1000 foot. No. 5 usod two
branches for di.schargo and bent
streams on either side of the square.
After some practice Foreman Cluing
Kim of No. 5 withdrew. No. J, iu
command of Foreman J. H. Boyd,
played a stream away beyond tho
King street gate of tho Palace.
Whilo doing so there was enough
ovorllow from tlio tank supplied by
No. 1 to make another stream. Tho
drill was kept up for ovor half an
hour, in viow of a largo and ad
miring crowd. It showed that an
engino liko No. l's nlono can drench
with sea water any point between
the harbor front and King street,
and supply other onginos with the
samo fluid to bo discharged, if neces
sary, as far away as Borotania stroot.
Royal Hawaiian Oiicra House
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Series of Interesting Incidents in
Hawaiian History I
Dramatlhcd and adapted fur the utago by
I). M. Citow'i.KY, to be presented in Knglili
by 11 company of Native Jhiwaiiaus
On SATURDAY EVENING, October t5tu,
, Will be produced 11 Melo-drama In
Two Actt, entitled:
"The "Wooing of Kaala!"
S . SACHS,
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening a Large Stock of
New Goods ! New Goods !
LATEST NCWELTTES !
ttST" Just Received per S. S. " A-ustralia." -&Ji
I'npalna. .. .
.liibn Young ..
Kalainu . . .
. Thu Conqueror
Tb 11 Sour
Chief of Ivohala
A Chief of l.anal
. , . Father of Kaala
. . A rorolgner
.. . . A Chief of OjIiii
.The Kloner of l.anal
i'Viund of K nul 11
Daughter of lCnlaina
Queen of Kainehaint'hii
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
hoa stroot, opposite tho Y. M. 0. A.
hall, promises latoly occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Oilico hours, 0 to 12, 2 to -1,
and evenings 0 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 1U7 ; Mutual C82,
Soldiers, Kahili Bearers, Attendants, Etc.
Scene: Lanai and Oaliu; Period 1795.
A Musical Interlude by the Company.
1 ' A NInut at the Great Volcano ol Kllauea 1 ' '
ShovUng in Views of Karth'x Inferno.
To conclndu with 11 Dramatic Oratorio In
One Act, entitled:
"Kapiolaul Defying the Goddess Pole ! "
diameters by the Company.
W A net of Ite.UUtlc Scenery hiix been
Hiieeially deigned and painted by Piior,
itui'i'iiKi'iir for tlio"o lepniseiiliillons.
S ICE CHESTS
White Mountain, Kern
Automatic Ice Cream Freezers!
Jf Cylinder & Barrel Churns.
Eloction of Ofllcors.
Parties leaving tho IhIhiuIh and
to dlpie of their
ELECTION OF OFFICERS,
. .. 1 I T Tin:
winning V Meeting of tho Stockholders of the
Usual Prices of Adtulsslou.
WHox I'luii will
111 he oncn at Usvev's
011 Monday, Oct. 10th, nt II o'clock A. m.
The best thing to send to your friends
abroad is King llros, "Illustrated Sou
venir of Hawaii," which is gotten tip for
the purpose, and in not an advertisement.
Can have their value immediately without
trouble and oxpeno of removal by apply
Lewis J. Levey,
Picture Frames made to order from
fattest Styles of Mouldings, llenova'
tion of Old Picture a specialty at King
Uros,, Hotel street.
I Waiohinti Aurlciiltual t Onuint! Co. held
t thiti day, the following Ollleern were elected
for the eiiHiilng year:
I President .. Hon. W. O. Irwin,
Vice-President. .Mr, J. M. Monarrut,
.t V . .Hon. 0, P, laukea,
Auditor Hon. V. M.fllllurd.
V. (1. Irwin. J. M. MoiiMirrut, O. P.
laukea, J, Kaiihane, J. I), l'arii.
O. P. IAUKKA,
Secretary A. A 0, Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 'Jl, m).'. &O1I-I111
HVh-ii you want a Portrait Enlarged
cull on King llros., get their Price List,
und tee Samples. They cat be beat I