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OAHO RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FllOM AND AFTER OCTOHBlt 1. ISO'.'.
l,.ivo Honolulu. ..rt:lfi
Arrive Honolulu ,8:!tt
A.M. I'.M. P.M.
1'r.Miii City Loral.
Leave Honolulu 5:I0 ...
Arrive Pearl City fiilHJp ...
Leave Pearl 01ty..ll:5.'i -
Arrive Honolulu. 7:!H
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
TUB DAILY BULLETIN.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Sugar hns gdno up.
r Sugar is flg mill S Il-lGths in Now
Tlio Hawaiian iron bark Andrew
Woldi is going on tho Marino Knil-
1( ia proposed that tlio color of U.
Si warships bo changod bads to
fr. P. C Jones returned by tho
Htomnor V. G. Hall this atlornoon
from tho Volcano.
A mooting of tho Hawniian Jockoy
Club will bo hold nt tho llotol noxt
ITavo you soon tho bargains in
wlnto goods and embroideries that
N. S. Sachs is ollering"
OuBtody of n. OhlldProbato
counts Judicial Docislont).
Judgo Cooper yoMnrduy and to
day hoard tho caio of M. J. Itnuios
vs. J. do Souza Unmos. It was an
order to show causo why tho custody
ol au nuaut child slinuiu not oo
given to the mother. Tho Court
held that no causo had boon shown
why tho father should not retain tho
custody of tho child. Davidson for
TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1893.
TunsiiAY, April 11.
tr S S Gaelic, Peanic, from San Francisco
Am liktne Hilo, Le iiallistor, from San
Slmr W O Hall from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr l'olo from Mnknwuli
Si.hr Ka Moi from Koliolal61e
Tuesday, April 11.
Br S S Gnolie, 1'earne, for Yokohama and
Hongkong at o p m
Stmr Waiali'.alo for Lahaina and Hama-
kna at 4 p m
Stmr Kaala lor Wuianno, AVaialua, Jloku-
loin, Kahuku and l'unnluu.
Stmr Mikalmla for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Clainline for Maui at 5 p m
Schr Ka Moi for Kolialalelu
Sohr Kawailaui for Koolau
Schr Millo Morris for Koolau
Schr Mahimalii for Waianae
Ves3ols Leaving To-morrow.
Am bktne Irmgard, Schmidt, for San Fran-
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Pole 3911 bags sugar.
Schr Ka Moi 3000 bags sugar.
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, April
.airs xj l) isaitiwuij.iMiss oorrenson.
From San Francisco, per bktno Hilo.
Airil 11 Mrs I) Penhallow, Master H
l'enhallow, Mrs L 1 Laine, Master E W
From San Francisco, per S S flaelic,
April 11 J (.' Gasser, David Keating, Ah
Hung, Uhang Sang, and :iU5 passengers in
"nu IUI L UHUIMIUIU 11UU IXUllKtIlg.
For Yokohama and Hongkong, per S S
Gaelic, April 11 Miss E It Schaeier, Mis
M 1 i'qtter, 1 European steeiagu and OS
Ohinese, 12 women and 8 children), and i)8
Japanese (ill womenaud 1 child) mid 205 in
For Maui, per stmr Claud inc, April 11
B 1) Baldwin and bride, Sister Bonaven-
tura.'Mrs. Ciook, Y 0 Parke, it 1) Wnl-
biidgc, Mr Dunlap, W .1 Anderson, Uol
" MoArthur ami wife, J 0 Carter.
The schooner Carrier Dove left San Fran
cisco on April 1st for Hilo.
The steamer Pele brougnt.TJU bags sugar
for the barkentine Mary Vinkclman.
The American ship Eclipse arrived at
San Francisco on April 1st, i'J days hence.
Spoken Feb. 21, hit 3 X., long. 27 ,
bark Amy Turner from New York for Honolulu.
The schooner Koriha has
cargo, 5100 b.leks and .'!J,4s0 salted MiTmon
'llie little crait is drawing 8 feet draught.
The barkentine Klikitat, Cutler, has nr-
rived from Port Townsend with $538,01:1
feet It. W. and 00,080 dressed lumber and
3U m'laths, consigned to Wilder it Co.
BLACKBURN In this city, April 10, 1803,
Mrs. Anna lilacktmrn, aged 83, for a
number of years a resident of this city.
Kemomber Mr. English's IPiudnl
recital at Y. M. C. A. hall this ovon
ing. A groat treat is promised.
Tho Hawaiian Baseball League
will moot in tho room over Wilder
& Co.'s storo at 12:30 o'clock to-morrow.
Captain Pcarnu of tho S. S. Gae
lic states that ho expects to come
into the harbor and clock on his nest
Tho barkontino Irmgard leaving
to-morrow will carry a marked mail
for San Francisco, closing at 1
Tho criminal libel suit has again
boon remanded until Tuesday noxt.
A. S. Hartwoll will appear for tho
Tho now regulations for tho navy
provido, among other things, that
naval ollicers shall not act as corres
pondents for newspapers.
A young native foil down in a fit
on Merchant street this morning.
Tho lad was picked up, put in a
hack and convoyed homo.
Miss Katio Welch, lato arrival by
tho S. S. Alameda, loft.on the Kinau
yesterday afternoon for Hilo to visit
Mrs. E. D. Baldwin, neo Curtis.
Two alleged opium smokers wore
sentenced to pay fines of $00 and
575 respectively by Police Magistrate
Foster this morning. Botli Johns
noted an appeal.
Tho steamer W. G. Hall, which
arrived this afternoon, reports tho
Volcano as very active. Potor Lee,
manager of tho Volcano House, was
a passenger by the steamer.
A native sailor on the steamer
Pelo'wont out of his head while that
steamer was lying at Makaweli,
Kauai, on Sunday last. Medical as
sistance was summoned.
Tho British S. S. Gaelic arrived
thismorniii!! from San Francisco
with four days later news. She will
leave for Yokohama and Hongkong
at 5 o'clock this evening.
Neithor the agents nor owners
will be responsible for debt's con
tracted by either master or crow of
tho British schooner Noima, which
arrived yesterday from Yokohama.
Joseph B. Cook, tho defaulting
Pplico Court Clerk, was leleased in
San Francisco on bail of S501M) on
March 31st. There arcfonr charges
of embezzlement against him.
Mrs. D. P. Ponhallow and Master
H. Ponliallow, wife and son of Capt.
Ponhallow of the -l-mastcd M'hoouer
Alice Cooke, now in port, arrived
from Sun Francisco to-day on tho
By an oversight the S.S. Mariposa's
date lor arrival from San Francisco
has boon advertised as Ma3'f instead
or May -1, according to tho new
schedule. A now time table will
appear in this paper to-morrow.
EdwimSt. Clair was a stowaway
on tho British schooner Norma
which arrived from Yokohama yes
terday. Ho will bo turned over to
tho police authorities under tho now
law prohibiting the landing of stowaways.
plaint ill; defendant in person.
Judgo Whiting this morning' ex
amined the executors' accounts of
tho estate of the Into James Woods,
with tho report of tho master, Fred.
Wundenburg, thereon. Accounts
and report were approved. T. 1?.
Walker and Godfrey Brown of tho
executors in person.
Iu the water rights case of Gum
King vs. Kaluua anil othors, Judgo
Whiting has filed a decision dismiss
ing the bill and dissolving tho in
junction heretofore granted. Gum
King prayed for an injunction to
restrain defendants from using the
water in question, in Nuuanu Valley,
ponding a suit uoloro Airs. rstiKuina,
Commissioner of Private Ways and
Water ltiglits. Tho Court finds that
the plaintiff was not prosecuting his
suit before the Commissioner, so
that there was no foundation for an
injunction. W. C. Achi for plain
tiff; Kaneakua and Kaulia for de
fendants. Tho account of A. F. Judd and
W. F. Allen,' administrators of the
estate of the late S. G. Wilder, has
been filed. It shows receipts of
$X,8Gl.d3 and expenditures of $35,
93(1.32, leavingduo the administrators
$77.Hil, which, deducted from former
balance, loaves a cash balance of
$31)8.05 for the period from Oct. 15,
18!)2, to April 11, 18D3, inclusive. In
the receipts are included two divi
dends on Wilder's Steamship Co.
stock aggregating $11,-115.
Tho Supremo Court lias rondored
a unanimous opinion uy justice
LOCAL AND CJENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in.--Weather,
cloudy; wind, fresh noitheasl.
A mooting of tho Woman's Patrio
tic League will bo held at tho Arion
hall at 10 o clock to-morrow.
Mrs. L. 1. Laine and Master E. AV.
Laine wore passengers on the bark
entino Hilo from dan Francisco to
day. The championship in the wrest
ling tournament will be decided this
evening at the boat house between
W. Wilder and J. Nakuina.
A delightful dance was given at
the residence oT Mr. II. L' Glaile,
Nuuanu Valley, yesterdav evening.
The Quintet Club furnished the
Knhunns at Work.
People on Morchnnt street wore
startled yesterday afternoon when
the largo American Hag of tlio An
nexation Executive Committee fell
to the ground. The cau.se was a
tornado of Avind. Durngthe after
noon the Hag over tho Pacific Hard
ware Co.'s storo was also visited by
tho "mysterious" and the Jack was
ripped in two, so that a new Hag
had to be substituted. Eyewit
nesses wore very much startled by
THE EARTH'S FAIR.
Nature's Beauty and NaUtro'o Bounty
at Kalihi-kai Noxt Saturday.
Next Saturday, the 15th inst., Kalihi-kai
will be flie scene of a novel
entertainment given under tho aus
pices of the Catholic Church of
Hawaii. Tho lady managers, Mes
danies Waller and Wilcox, are doing
their utmost to make the aiTair of
such magnitude that the attractions
at Chicago will be in eclipse.
There will be an open air fair
similar to those hold by tho French-
Ki-rt. O. V. Cara
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Corsets of Every Description
For Ladies, Misses & Children!
Made Over Anew
Chronic Hondacho Curcd-Woak
Lungs Mndo Strong end VVoll.
" Tor years I had pick henilndiM every day, and
1 also had rery trentt lung. Since 1 h.ivo
been talclnit llool's Sir-iaparilla, 1 layo
luiiRi mo slro'.ig mid well, l'rlcmls oftmsay
How Weil You'ro Cooking.
I tell tlicm It h diio to Howl's Sursnjiarilla. I
am small In itaiure never wellicil over
lOOiioimihbcforo U'.I.ir Hood's Karaapn-
rllU, and ut the tlmo I began tnUii;; It I bad
ran down to 83 pounds, but now I wels'i
lll'j. My friends thought I would bo drnd
Ion? neo, but 1 nm perfectly well. I nra
uuabk. to express my thanks for tho tood
lias dnno,mc." Mus. C. 11. O.Min. 1 L'lG 'Adcllno
Hoorl'i Pilll emu nil i.her Hi-., r.lllous
nes, Jam.H.'O. Tnrtlsestlni. SI H attache.
ITrear, in tho matter of J. liubash, j Canadians, at which tho products of
an alleged bankrupt. Its syllabus
is tho following: "Au appeal bond
which does not designate tho deci
sion appealed from, nor the causo or
court in which it was rendered, is
insullieiont." Tho caso was placed
on tho calendar as an appeal Irom a
decision rendered July 27, 185)2, by
Justice Bickcrton, denying the peti
tion of Bishop Ai Co., that defend
ant Hubash bo declared a bankrupt.
Defendants counsel moves that
the caso bo ordered stricken from
tho calendar on the ground that
no suilicicnt appeal bond was tiled
as required by the statute. The
Court linds that a document on file,
which petitioner's counsel contend
is a suilicicnt appeal bond, does not
in any way identify tho decision ap
pealed from nor tho causo or court
in which it was rendered. It might
apply to any cause in which Bishop
it Co. are interested and, in caso the
ap'peal was not sustained, no re
covery could be had on such a bond.
the farmers are made conspicuous.
Two notable tables will bo tlio Pink
and Blue bearing no relation to tho
political questions of the day, how
ever, but of which poi of those two
shades of the rainbow will bo dis
pensed to tho lover of things Ha
waiian. Tables for the sale of Ha
waiian and American curios will bo
presided over by the fairest of the
earth's fair. What tho articles may
lack in attractiveness, if thoy be
lacking at all, will be fully made up
by the fact that the ladies in charge
of the booths have more than their
share of nature's endowments. At
the American table will be shown, as
the greatest curio, the man who has
not formed an opinion as to the ulti
mate result of the present agitation
In addition to tho fair there will
bo an American lunch table whore
the articles will bo cooked and served
iu tho same stylo as wo find them in
the United blales. You can got tin
The Well-known P. D. Corsets
The C. P. and R. & G. Corsets
A KIM, I. AR-
The R. & 6, Nursing Corsets, The R. & G, Summer Corsets,
Tlic-c are Kxtru Lour WnUt nml Well Kitting.
Madm. Strong's Common Sense Corset Waists
Are Comfortnlilo ami Very bight in Weight.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDING CORSET
The Ferris Good Common Sense Waists
Kor I'hililren, lte-t for Health, Comfort and Wear.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 cts.
COMK AND SICK. OUIt
Beat's All Corset which we are Selling at 50 Cents
A KINK ASriOUTMKNT OK
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT
New-York Life Insurance Co.
JOHN" A. McCALL, President.
The bond is also defective," says product of a Now England dairy or
tho Court, "in other reMiuuls whieh
need not ho considered. The ap
peal is dismissed." C. L. Garter and
F. M. Hatch lor petit ionois; C. W.
Ash ford for defendant.
for tho Past
nlar French American re.-tau- i
The place most sought by those
who patronize) the entertainment
will be the portion of tho grounds
set apart for holding a genuine Ha
waiian feast. To tho tourist ;is well
as the resident this feast will be a
curiosity as well as a pleasure, and
will be under the diioel supervision
.r r... i ..it r:i ..l....:..
TI...1-.. w i, mnntimr nf tlin V.v- ' l" 0' ' B- li " " .' V" "x! '"' "ul '" "
ecutive and AdviM.i, Councils this "N Ha a"an dishes and whose al.ii.ty
afternoon. IWnt : M infers Dole i ?,a f'0",1"' 'vnr Immmi M'ipwl-
I L III 1. tlUU"i1 Villi IUIMI iMJIIlV llllllpl.-i
Premium .Income. .
Interest, Konts, etc
Doutli Claims JfT.SOO.oSil.'iO
Endowments and Annuities 2,484 ,-1 32.20
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, etc
Total to Policy-holder
Puliuios Issued 00,2r0
Insurunco Written 173,00ri,070.00
CONDITION JAN. 1, 1893.
---.- - $137,499,198.99
the! wifo of A. V.
Vnlloy, April 10, to
Peters, a sun.
A Chinese Fisherman Dies From
Eating the Spawn of a Catfish.
A number of Chinese fishermen,
whose quarters are on the Ewa Bide
of tho harbor near the slaughter
house, went,out fishing as usual yes
terday afternoon. They returned in
the evening with a fair catch, among
"which was some poisonous fish known
to Hawaiiaus as oopuhuo, a species
of catfish. One of the men said ho
was very hungry, and cut up one of
these listi, tailing out tlio spawn-and
throwing tho rest away. Ho then
boiled the spawn, and later ate it
with the usual supper, at t he table
with his companions.
About midnight tho man com
plained of pains iu his stomach, and
writhed in agony until (5 o'clock this
morning, when he died. No medical
as'sistauco was summoned by the
man's follow fishermen until he died.
Tho death of tho fisherman was
roported to tho Police Station this
morning, and Captain Ilobort Parker
viewed the remains. The Ohinami u
stated the dead man knew the iish
was poisonous, but thought the egg
was good to oat. A jury was oir.
panolled mid saw the body. An in
' quest will be held at 1 o'clock this
Ah Young arrested on March 8th
for having che fa tickets in posses
sion was tried this morning in the
District Court and found guilty. He
was seutenced to pay a fine of .?100.
Tho gamester' had twenty-nine
tickets when cauuht.
I'rcMiloul), King, Porter and Smith;
Councillors Damon, Allen, Water-hoiii-c,
McCheMioy, Iliown, 'Penney,
Young, Suhr, Nott, .Morgan and Alc
Candless. Vice-President Damon for Minis
ter Porter, who was suffering from a
cold, presented the weekly financial
statement, and report, of 'tho finance
committee. The following figures
are gleaned therefrom:
On hand beginning of week. $(:),
Koceipts, .?:,),! 19.11. j
Expendit ures, !)S,:30D.7l).
Available cash, .?rl,SS.-).Ti.
Due, 17,521. ;i(i.
Expenses to date. Sl'.I.Mtf.SS. Dur
ing the week, S?,)72.'2o.
land the French others, but neither
of them can cook pig or fish to coin
! pare with the Hawaiian stylo.
I The fair will be opened at t) a. in.
j and continue until 7 p. in., during
i which time the people will have
j ample opportunity to see and devour
j everything in sight. Trains will
I leave every half hour from the O. J.
I it j. Co. railway station. Tickets
' may be procured fioni any of tho
afternoon at the
The many eases of rheumatism
cured by Chamberlain's Pain Halm
during tho past few mouths have
given tho people great confidence
m its curative properties, and havo
shown that there is one preparation
that can bo depended upon for that
painful and aggravating disease.
llonakor Pros,, Lorain, Ohio, say;
4,Mr. Moses Price, of this place, was
Mr. B. D. Baldwin and Miss Voss,
sister-in-law to Mr. Au
woro married this
residence of Mr. Elders. The couple
will leave this afternoon on tho
steamer Claudino for Kahului, Maui,
their future residence.
The United Stales steamers Adams
and Hanger at Mare Island were ex
pected to leave on Wednesday last
for Port Townsend, where the Pehr
ing patrol is to rendezvous before
leaving for the north. The Alliance I
and Pear also were to leave during
the week for the Behring Sea, I
The old and well-known bark j
Hope has changed owners and Hag.
Capt. Newhall, formerly of the bark- '
online -Amelia, took tho Hope to
Chile and sold her there. He ar- I
rived in port yesterday its a passen-
gor on the bark Andrew Welch from j
lquiqiio, Chile, and was about town ;
to-day hand-shaking with his host
Past-Assistant Paymaster II. R.
Sullivan, late of the U. S. S. Mohi
can, has been exonerated by tho
f...... T i i 1 .. .:..:....
iMiyj aJUJiiiiiuuwi, nun n luiiiinniun i
ordered of lie unexecuted part ol j
his sentence as a result of the recent i
eourt-iuaitial, which tried him on I
charges of earelessuesn in the per- I
forinance of lus duty. Ho lias been
ordered to the U. S. S. Alliance, now
fitting out for a year's service.
Paid to date under Sec. 2,
Outstanding, See. 2,
Risdon Iron Woiks. S. F.
Notices withdrawals, Postal
Deposits, P. S. B., ?.-j2,.I2iO.-t3.
Excess withdrawals over deposits,
Bono was arrested yesterday een
iug on a ehaigo of iis-aull and bat
tery on his wife. A haekmaii stated
II.,. I 11...... . I .....1. .1. .... Ilw.
til , ... , , j .... --, I I III. UtTIIM P I l' IV 1111 lltlll I II I I lll I IU"
roubled with rlieiiinalisnilora long' fnreheail, knocked her down ami
, y " """" B ' "'" nauu tins Unc'L'eil
UIIM.-U nun. 4ie says uiai lite lialiii
has no equal." For sale by all deal.
ors. Benson, Siiulli A; Co., agents
Tor the Hawaiian Islands.
Cash on hand, P. S. B., SllliUW.
Boad Board fund, :$K), 128.72.
School tax iu treasury, 2. Co
lections by school admits are to bo
retained by the Board, other moneys
to go into the treasury.
Hospital fund, $1531,88.
Estimates weio given by tho com
mittee, showing a deficit for the
mouth of ; $28,1)87.27. The commit
tee submits a schedule jit maximum
amounts to be allowed each Depart
ment and buieau for the immlh.
This Mr, Damon strongly urged
should be adopted, so as to make
the treasury self-supporting. Ho
did not eaie about going out to bor
row money for the Government.
The report with its recommenda
tions was adopted,
Amendments to tho tax laws woro
promoted a stage.
Mr. Emmeltith called attention to
(he absence of publication in Holo
lima of name of responsible pub
lisher or editor.
On motion of Mr. Allen feather
cloaks, kahilis, etc., were ordered to
be removed from tho palace to
Bishop Museum in trtlst.
ll was decided to leave silverware
iu the palace, not withstanding Jani
tor Greene's fears for its safety.
-Further particulars of (lie meet
iug hae to be deferred for want of
; My wifo vaB confined to her bed
i lor over two months' with a very so
! vere attack of rheumatism. We
I could get nothing that would afford
. her any relief, and as a last resort
j gave Chamberlain'h Pain Balm a
trial. Toourgieat surprise she be
! gan to iinpiovo after the first appli
i cation, and by using it legularly she
I was soon able to fret ui and attend
to house work. E. II. Johnson, of
C. ). Kuiitsou & Co.,
11 inn. 50 cent bottles
all dealers. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
for sale by
Tin mult niiit'd :irn prepared to k'VC In
, tending Tourist the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago if Return
IN COXNKUTION WITH THK STHAM-
i:u.s or thk
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
or Sail Francisoo
Surplus . .
1 Percent Standard.
Policies in Force. . . .
Insurance in Forco.
Assets . . .
Surplus. . .
O. O. BBRGBR,
General Aycnt for the Hawaiian Islands.
1 ,n vuy . . .
. . I e;weit,
20 lbs. W
O K A
Sorl of interests Incidents In .UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
il her nloui' I he mad near
The. .Dally lluUrtin h ihliirwl
vurrkrt for 50 emu per month,
Fisliuiarket, between 7 and K o'clock.
Iu the District Court the woman
tried to shield her husband, and
denied the hncliiiiau'n vtory as false,
litmu kept mum, but nevertheless he
was r.entoncud to thirty days' impri
boiunuiit ut hard labor.
Tho Wilcox-Clark Alliiir.
Mr. Koborl W. Wilcox has called
at this olllce to add an explanation
to our report of the trouble between
him and ('lias. (lark. He savs Clark
referred to him a- a coward and
when heiW ilcoM gently remonstrat
ed with him, t'laik got on his high
horse ami acted so oII'oumvoIv Hint
he hot his temper with him, lie n
greis that hu was so lituty iu using
Ids earn1, but it wad dune in hot
blood under severe provocation.
Adapted forthuhtnge h die U vwvn 1'iimpi i
l)lt.M.il' i'n.. to'" pie,eiitod in Kng-
ltlt hy Native llnw.ilmns on
THURSDAY EVENING, April 13, j
Will he prodlleed a Melo-drillua III
Two Act-, entitled;
"The Ladyj;; Twilight"
Wow Scenes I
New Ooatume I
Nov Songs 1
! A Musical Interlude by Hie Company:
Overture. Hawaiian National Hand
"Landing of Lono and His Death"
Charaetiirn hy tlio Ooiiipiiuy.
ftar A Set til Ilea lll in Heener) Iiiih hemi
Hpeeliilly ilei-linied and panned fur lliexo
Of "Mow Zea.la.xid.
I'Vtrthcr p-irtieularii limy ho had
Win. fi. IRWIN k CO.
Your doctor f,,1br ivq nested
will tell you Our Store and
it la the iSa.mi'u-: of the
to call at
A dainty new book, The Baby, by the
best authorities on baby life, free to every
mother who sends her address
Pure Milk Food!
And renniivB onlv (headdi
lion of "Water to pre
pare it for use,
Prices as Usual 5Cc, 75c. & $1.00.
Door Opens at 7:30; Performance at 8,
IV Hux I'liui tipeu at Liivvy'v w Intra
TlclJiiU uau he hail fur ull iarl (it ihu
! EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CRED
ITORS. 'IN Till: lIUCUIT ('t)l'IIT KOKT1IK
1 Punt I'lienlt. In I'rnlmtii. Iu the unit.
ter of tint Will of Maria O'Htillivan, de-
reaxed. The iiudeiidiuied (lives notlee that
, he has hi en appointed Ivxeeiltur of the lat
Will and Ti-Kliuiit'iit of Maria O'riiilllvau,
I Into of liolinhllil. deceased , anil lie herehv
I untitle, all ('redltortof Kiid Maria O'.Sulll
I van to itieoi'iit ilittlr reipeetlvo elaiinn duly
vurilled, vv lilt proper voiiuherri, In him, at
i the morn of . O. Hall .V Hun, In Honolulu,
, within fix niontliK from ihU duie, or the)
1 will he forever barred,
I AllltAHAM l'i:UNANJi:Z,
1 r.eeiltnrof the Will of Maria O'riullivan,
Hatid thin '.ill ImIiiv of March, Ib'K.
Largs Packages 50 Gls
HOLLISTER & CO.,
THOMAS LECMINa & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
Fort Street, - - HConolial-a, H. I.
B. IF. BHLBRS &c CD.
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neatly and pramtly
Unlit tin (Jjiir.
S3 PORT STK.E3H1T.
AI'TKIl TAIClNli HTOt'lv Aid. KINDS Ol-'
Curtains in White, Greain and
At half tlitt former coot,
"V-el-vet cSc Sm.-ym.a, IR.-u.gs
In all flren -greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Strinad & Plaids, Bolow Cost 1
ttf In fuel we oiler lmmciio llnratini In nil Ilop.irtmenln.
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