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OAHO RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1. 1893.
IiOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
M. Qoldborg is soiling out his
rnon's clothing at cost.
Tho Worriinoo is duo to-morrow
from Vancouver, B. C.
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Leave Ewa Mill 0:21
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A gontiino clonrnnco salo in all
dopartmonls at M. Goldberg's.
Mr. Thomas Lindsay furnished tho
gold-hoadod cano prosonted to Col.
Tho auction salo at tho Arliugton
dining room yesterday evening was
Thos. K. Nathaniel has boon taken
to tho Kalihi Bocoiving Station sus
pected of having leprosy.
It is said that plantation managers
on Kauai havo increased tho reward
for Koolau's arrest to $1800.
A list of now subscribers to tho
Mutual Tolophono Co. appears in
this issuo. Cut it out for reference.
PROVISION AIj LEGISLATURE.
First quarter of tho moon on tho 20th at
Timii Whistle blows lit 111. 28m. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is tho sumo as 12h. 0m.
On. of Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1893.
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stiur Claudlne for Maui and Hawaii at
2 p in
Vessels in Fort.
U S S Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
USB Boston, Bay, from a cruise
Am 4-niastcd sclir Lyman D Foster, Breeyr,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-iuast schr W H Talbot, Bluhm, from
Br schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yokohama
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from San
Am schr Allen A from Eureka
Tern Glendale, Johnson, from Eureka, Cal
Foreign Vessels Expected.
SS Warrimoo, from Vancouver, July 21
S S Mariposa, Hayward, from San Fran
cisco, July 27
S S Monowai, Carey, from the Colonies,
S S City of Kio do Janeiro, from Hong
kong and Yokohama, July 25
S S City of New York, from Hongkong
and Yokohama, July 31
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Bktne Kiikitat, from Puget. Sound, dne
. Jane 20-25
Br bk Ladstock from Liverpool, due July
Ger bk J C Pfluger, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Am snip Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am schr Transit from San Francisco
Am schr Olga from Tacoma
Oahu Collogo is to have a manual
training dopartmont, out of tho
$55,000 added by Mr. O. R. Bishop
the past year to his former endow
ments of tho institution.
Mr. Morgan will hold what is ex
pected to bo tho windup of tho
groat bankrupt sale by auction at
tho Arlington to-morrow at 10
o'clock. Tho fine bargains thus far
obtainod will ensure a large attendance.
Nawai Naraaielua was committed
to the Circuit Court for trial to-day
by Judge Carter for shooting at his
wife on Saturday night, the 8th
inst. Mrs. Namaielua appeared in
tho courtroom, having recovered
from her wound.
A Jap was arrested yesterday af
ternoon for drunkenness. He was
released two hours later on $6 bail
furnished by himself. In the even
ing he sailed in again on a similar
charge, and at midnight ho bailed
himself out a second time.
Ah Loy, a half Chinaman, was ar
rested last night by CaptaiuJKlem
me in Nuuanu Valley. Ho is sus
pected of having committed tho
robbery at the residence of Mr. C.
B. Wilson. A dressing outfit was
found noar where he was captured.
An item in tho Holomua (native
page) of the 18th inst. reads: "Some
people bestow great praise on the
P. 6. band, for the simple reason
that when the night arrives for them !
to play, one could not complain of
the lack of seating accommodation."
'Tis true 'tis funny, and funny 'tis,
Marshal Hitchcock called at his
office at 5:30 o'clock yesterday after
noon for the first time in two weeks,
after his illness. He will leave on
the steamer Claudine to-morrow
afternoon for Hilo, Hawaii, for two
or threo weeks' recuperation. It is
reported that Mr. Hitchcock will re
sign the position of Marshal and re
tiro permanently to Hilo.
Regular General Session of tho Exe
cutive and Advisory Oouucils.
This afternoon tho Councils mot
at 1:82. Frosidont Dolo oponod tho
mooting with prayor, with him be
ing prosont Ministers King, Damon
and Smith; Councillors W. O. Wil
dor (Vico-Prosidout), Hatch, Allon,
Watorhouso, Brown, Youngl Nott,
Morgan, Ena, Emmoluth, Touuey,
Suhr, Bolto and Mondonca.
Socrotary Rodgors road minutes
of previous weekly session, also of a
special mooting hold on Monday.
Ministor Damon road tho wookly
financial statomont, as follows:
Financial Statement for thk Week
Ending July 10, 1893.
Current "account balanro July
12, 1893 $ 47,810 31
Interior Department $ 3,175 00
Customs Receipts 11,817 50
Fines, etc 434 75
Water , 8,050 00
Taxes 1,390 05
Crown Lands 3,100 00
Revonue stamps ID!) 00
PostOiltco 1,800 00
Snn Francisco Consul Feos. ... 40 00
Fish Market 250 00
Registry Office 200 00
Government Realizations 107 30
ROYAL SCHOOL CLOSING.
$ 78.434 51
Board of Health
Road taxes to special deposit..
School taxes " "
Current account balance $
Terminal Exoroisos at tho Old Institution.
Tho Royal School (Kula Alii),
whoso uamo is dorived from its
having boon established mdinly for
tho education of tho childron of
royalty and nobility, held its fifty
second annual closing exorcises to
day. Tho primary dopartmont un
dor Miss L. Brickwood (principal),
Mrs. K. Brown, Miss Soronsoli, Miss
Ladd, Miss Mclntyro and Miss Moss
man wont through routiuo lessons
and concluded at 10 o'clock. Pro
ceedings woro thus mado short and
sweet owing to tho sickness of a
largo nutnbor of tho pupils. Tho
uppor classos in tho main building
under Mr. W. L. Stanley, Miss Tan
ner, Mrs. w. u. iving anu Miss
Henry concluded work about tho
samo time, and tho crowd of pooplo
surged into tho high class room
under Rev. A. Mackintosh whore
the closing oxorcisos woro to bo hold.
Tho program was gone through to
tho evident delight of the largo
number of pooplo who were prosont,
among whom boing Mr. A. T. Atkin
son, Inspector General of Schools,
Prof. W. D. Aloxander, Mrs. A. Mack
intosh, Miss Mario von Holt and
Lady Horon. For yoars gone by tho
chief attraction at tho Royal School
has beon tho oxorcises in Mr. Mack
intosh's room and this yoar tho at
traction was no less, as evidenced by
tho crowd that was present. Tho
verandas and windows wore filled
with people. The program of oxor
cisos is appended.
tlr. H. II. Churchill
Mt Vernon, Wash.
An Honest Medicine
Rheumatism Cured Health Built Up.
Mr. Churchill, formctly of Churchill & Taylor,
xurveyors niul clll cnaliu'ers. MU Vernon,
Washington, wrltpt: "Southern California
waimvlumio for man wears. When lcamo
horo I hcxau to bo uuHcted all over with
of being used up. My rmMnejs takes mo out lu
And also palm In my back and a general feeling
jciug uaiMi up. aiv imtiuas iukus mu oui in
tho rlpmimu all lha lime, and I found my.
For This Week Only !
BBO Fort Street, XSon.olu.Vu.
FIVE SPECIAL BARGAINS !
$ 78,484 51
OutstandiiiR Bonds $2,549,800 00
Treasury and P. G. notes 230,000 00
Duo P. 8. Bank 601,912 40
Net Indebtedness 13,281,742 40
This amount of $150,32."). 70 was
paid from general revenue
in tho trensury to carry on
Sublic Improvements un
or Sec. 2 to dato and all
receipts from salo of bonds
under loan of 1893 pass into
general cash as ofl'sets until
this debt is cancelled $ 150,325 70
Less bonds, Act of 1893, sold
todate 58,000 00
Amount due from P. H. B. for
advances from general rev
enue to cover excess of
withdrawals over receipts.
$ 92,325 70
Song Summer's Gone
Missed a Ohanco
. Wni. Isaac
$ 129,847 12
P. S. BANK MEMO.
LAZARUS At the Maternity Home, this
city, July 18, to the wife of Eleazar
Lazarus, a daughter.
Due depositors $ 501,942 40
Notices of withdrawals matur
ing June, July, August and
September 32,501 00
Cash on hand 19,780 35
rnovisioNAi. qoveunmknt memo.
Expenses Provisional Govern
ment to date $
This amount covers all expenses Includ
ing military and others not appropriated
by the last Legislature.
MEMO CASH IN TREASURY.
Outstanding certificates $ 203,000 00
Certificates withdrawn from
circulation and deposited
for safe keeping 49,000 00
Sam Burton Hoonii
John Jones Freados
Prof. Wilcox Chus. McGuire
Nettie Leigh t Jno. Bento
Tom Batos Jno. Pnoo
Kecitation.. . .The Angels of Buona Vista
The Tyrant Praetor Vorres Denounced
Recitation Frenchman and the Mos-
Song Sweetly Chimes tho Bell. . Chorus
Dialogue The Italianlfrom Cork Co.
Judge John Kaacae
Olllcer Jno. Peter
Attorney B. Kahalepuna
Ratlordi W. Rowland
Recitation Daniel Versus Dlshclout. D D
Recitation Faithless Salley Brown
. . . The Irish Philosopher
.... What Constitutes a State
Turning tho Tables
Krtf unlit for work. lttiLUlna nn advertise
ment of Hood's S.irsuti irilln, and lenrnlnir
also that the medicine uni compounded In
inv own Stato of llnssaclinsetti. I concluded
this lll.l y 1)0 nil lioucnt mrdiclne. I took
Hand am so much Improved that I am out
Hood's k Gyres
In all weathers and travel all day with no
fatl-mo and tired leelliij:. To any ono that
feels bad all over I say take UooTs Sarsapa
rllla. It has cured me." It. II.Ciicrciiill.
HOOD'S PlLLS euro Liver lllj, Jaundice,
Biliousness, Sick Ucadacho and Constipation.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Undressed Mousquetairo Kid Gloves, tan sh tides, all sizes
for 65 Cents a pair.
Foster Kid Gloves in tan, black and grey, every pair war
ranted for $1.20 a pair.
Dressed and Undressed Mousquetaire Kid Gloves, tan, black
and grey, every pair warranted for $1.90 a pair.
Evening- Kid Gloves, extra long, light delicate shades, for
$2 a pair.
White Kid Gloves, 5
Gloves for 1.60
S3? These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -ss
Cash on hand to redeem certi
ficates $ 203,000 00
Road Board fund in Treasury. 21,010 71
School Board fund in Treasury 3,187 15
Available cash as above 72,790 91
Total cash in Treasury. . . .f
The attempt of the Star and
Advertiser to make political capital
out of the presentation of a cane to
Col. Spreckols yesterday and the
malicious lies detailed aneut that
episode seem to mo to require some
slight notice. When the news of
the "Murder Society" and the list of
doomed men first reached t his town it
was treated by all tho "victims" as a
very good joke and perfectly in
keeping with the mental calibre of
Mr. Johnstone of tho Advertiser, the
self-acknowledged author of the
"list." In this spirit four of tho
proscribed individuals thought that
in order to perpetuate tho joke and
immortalize the stupidity of the
editor of the Advertiser in proclaim
ing to the world that respectablo
gentlemen would become assassins
because of political differences it
would be a good idea to present a
cane to Col. Spreckols by which ho
would remembor tho vory lame
offorts to torrorizo him and prevont
him from assorting his ideas and
following out the dictates of his
conscience. Tho cauo was presented
by mo in n joking way and received
by Col. Sprockols in the samo spirit.
It seems very luuuy tliat 3lr.
Johnstonn and the Star crowd, aftor
their deliberate vilification of Mr.
Blount on all and every occasion,
should so suddenly "flop ovor" ond
become so sensitive for his feelings.
There was no general subscription
.and a number of porsons whoso
names woro on tho cano knew noth
ing about tho affair until aftor the'
cano had boon presented. Mr.
Blount and Mr. Sprockols know abso
lutely nothing about it. Tho names
inscribed woro copiod from tho Ex
aminer and Chronicle of tho (3th
inst., and if any ono is to blame, if
blame thoro bo, for Mr. Blount's
name appearing in this connection
it must bo laid at the door of tho
editor of tho Advertiser. Ho fur
nished tho material, wo used it.
The closing exercises of St. An
drew's Priory took place at 1:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Tho
schoolroom was tastefully decorated
with flowers and evergreens in a way
that only lair Hands could do. Uu
the walls hung drawings, the handi
work of the scholars. The room
was crowded with the parents and
friends of the institution, long be
fore the opening of the exercises.
The program, which is given below,
was very ably produced by tho
scholars, some of whom woro wee
tots, and reflected credit on Sistors
Beatrice and Albertina. The exami
nation papers showed creditable pro
Pinafore duet Somiramide
Song Infant's Bong
I'lay The Sleeping Beauty
Song The Alphabet
Recitation Twenty Frogs
Glee Clustering Roses
Play The May Queen
Action Song The Cooks
Play , As You Like It, Act 2
Song The Minstrel
Glee Tho Wood Thrush
Play Queen of tho Night
Pianoforte duet Vague
Recitation Quarrel Among the Flowers
Play Revolution in Sugar, Candiu
Action Song Flag Drill
Song Bulce Domum
Booms to let
with board at Hani-
Boot Beer on draught at Benson.
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. E. I. Mooro, dentist, has ro
movod his ollico to Arliugton Houso,
Hotel stroot Parlor No. 2.
He Havo your roflcotious boon of
a serious character, M!bs do Poystor,
or have you boon merely cogitating
over Bom3 fight of fiiuuyf
She Tho luttor, Mr, I'loocy, T wus
wondering what hud become of John
60 cntt a month,
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his ollico from King stroot
to Boretania street, ufiar Emma.
W. H. Benson, piano and organ
tuner, has returned from Kauai and
may bo found at the Arlington
Hotol as usual.
Dr. M. E. Grossman, D. D.S., bav
in t? returned from the Coast, has re
sumed tho pructico of his profession
ut his old ollico on Hotel street.
In concluding, the Minister
innance said ne bad mtlicted so
many extended statements on tho
Councils lately, he thought he would
take a rest on this occasion.
The report was accepted.
Vice-President "Wilder obtained an
extension of time for the committee
on the military bill.
Mr. Morgan was granted a similar
favor for the bill on curiosities and
Mr. Brown introduced a bill to
amend the law relating to peddling
foreign merchandise. Ho acted on
behalf of merchants. The bill went
on tho order.
President Dole from the Execu
tive Council introduced the matter
of printing the laws of the Provi
sional Government. Tho Judiciary
felt the want of having these laws in
conveniont form. It appeared many
of the District Judges did not see
tho laws as published.
Tho matter was referred to tho
Attorney-General for action.
President Dole stated it had boon
agreed in special session that Prof.
Alexander should retain his salary
while on the special mission to
Washington bosides his expenses.
Ho ought to have something to start
Ministor Smith moved that $500
bo appropriated. Carried.
President Dolo said a modified
draft of tho Crown Lands bill would
bo roceivod from tho typewriter in a
Mr. Emmoluth asked if tho police
department was doing anything to
suppress pugilistic matches, winch
hud been rathor common latoly.
Ministor Smith replied that noth
ing was done except by way of got
ting information. Those things
woro generally managed in soorot.
President Dole, in answer to a
question, said thoro was no law
against prize-fighting. Thoro was
one against duelling. They could
be prosecuted for assault and bat
tery. Mr. Brown Introduce a bill.
Mr. Emmoluth was further iuform
od thut tho committoe on water
The scholars went through their
different pieces excellently, thoir
enunciation being clear and distinct.
John Paoo and Julio Proitas woro
very good in thoir recitations, as
were also Wm. Man a and Robert
Baker, who took tho parts of two
others who woro laid up with tho
grip. Tho last dialogue, "Turning
the Tables," wasexcoptionally good,
and J. Kumalao gave a capital ren
dering of the negro dialect. Aftor
the program was gone through tho
prizes were awarded by Prof. W. D.
Alexander, Mr. Mackintosh announ
cing J. Kumalao as having captured
the first nrizo and therefore is dux '
of the school. J. Koalolio secured ' 3" RA0E
1:30 O'CLOCK SHARP.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENFIVE ASSORTMENT OF
1st RACE QUKKN'S COP Purse $50.
Vf-Mile Dah for Hn-
2n RACE-MATCH RACE.
Running Race. I MUo Dash between
"Duku Spencer" and "Lord Rrook."
second prize, Z. McKeague third,
and Wm. Isaac fourth prizo. Tho
audionco was asked to name tho
scholar who made the best recita
tion and tho name of J. Kumalao
was unanimously voted. Ed. Mc
Corriston was given the prizo for
penmanship a gold pon. This
young man's writing was indeed
beautiful, and showed real merit as
The attendance this year at tho
school has been vory good, up to
two months ago, when a very largo
numbor of scholars were laid low
with tho prevailing malady, la
grippe. "At ono timo," said tho
principal, "we had no loss than ono
hundred boys down wjth la grippo." i
jNotwitnstauuiug tins drawback this
school yoar ondod auspiciously, and
with credit to tho principal and
Trotting and Pacing. Milo Heats; best
3 in 5 to harness. Free for all
4th RACE-KALAKAUA CUP.
waiiau iired Horses.
Dash for Ha-
5th RACE-KAPIOLANI PARK PUR8E
Pacing. Mile Heat; 3
; Japanese Fancj Goods Store
Wardrobes, lYIattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY "&" "PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
BELL TELEPHONE 525. -1 tm MUTUAL TELEPHONE (M5.
This Space is Reserved
Willio Kui Foug, formerly clerk
for Mr. C. L. Carter, and prosont
organist at tho Fort-stroot Chinese
Church, and Miss Sac Fook woro
married by Rev. E. G. Beckwith at
2 o'clock this afternoon, according
to tho Chinese custom.
Tho brido, Snc Fook, walked down
on ono aislo escorted by Mrs. F. W.
Damon, and tho groom, W. Kin
Fong, wout arm in arm with Ho Fon.
After tho wedding tho coujilo woro
driven to tho Plains, whoro a spread
was proparod and a foast took pluco.
Tho groom is well known in town,
and tho brido came from China two
weeks ago on tho S. S. Bolgic.
Ling Sou Chan, teacher in con
nection with St. Peter's chapel, and
Miss Li Kin Fook, uieco of Mr. Li
Cheung, ollicial Chinoso iutoriirotor,
woro married yesterday by Bishop
Willis. Tho brido uatno horo from
China on the S. S. Peru.
Mns. J. P. P. Collaco bees to announce
that sue will open tho auove Store
On MONDAY, July 17th,
Noxt door to tho Palaco Ieo'Cream Parlors
OFl'KIl FOR BALE
lied Covers, HandkerchiefH, Shawls,
Hearts, Suslie.s, CuhIiIoiih,
Doiliu.s and Hcreuna, Kimonos,
Kanoy bilk und Cotton,
Very Fancy Silks
Hiimlpaintcd and Embroidered;
Parahols, Photo Frames, Card Cabes,
Carved Wood ami liaiiihoo Kereuns,
3VE. S. LEVY
Wo have sixty divisions on tho
for ' dials of our clocks and watches bo-
The P. G. band will give a
public concert at Emma Bquaro -this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Tho
following program will bo roudorud:
Palama had boon given further timo.
Minister Damon suggested that
Mr. Rowell, Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, should bo sout to Chicago
to oxumino tho best wutor and sewer
age systems at tho World's Fair.
Miuistorbmitli roportoua suortngo
, of water at tho Kalihi receiving
i station for lopors.
I Ministor Damon spoko of a plan
for furnishing artesian wator iu that
locality by windmill motor.
Mr. Brown stutod that thoro was
n law requiring all artesian wells
March Hawaii Nul.. .. t UwrKur
Overture Italian In Alport ItojMnl
Finale UulUurlo Donizetti
Helcutlon ICrnanl Vcrdl
Medley Echoes of tho Night. . lUviero
Dance The Aborigine , ..Thlero
Waltt Vienna llonbonu Btrauss
Gulon btruvt Curs,.....,.,. , ,Arndt
to bo canoed, notwithstanding which
Homo of the strongest (lowing wells
cause tlio old uroeit astronomer,
llipparohus, who lived in tho second
century before Christ, used tho Bn
bylouiau system of dividing time,
that syslom boing sexagesimal.
Experiments havo boon mndo by
M. M. Goutes and Sibillot with tho
view of adopting aluminum as the
material for tho gasholders of dirigi
ble balloons instead of silk or other
stuff, and tho results of their experi
ments havo boon satisfactory.
For u cut. bruise, burn' or scald,
thoro is nothing equal to Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. It heals tho parts
mu and Waikiki, including ' mof lull than any .other aipli- ,ool ...
Jully well, were loft open wUun, and unions tho injury is very "1'h.utat
uight, causing an immense wro, uu scar is loft, lor sale by
tho sources of tho artosian tl1' dunlurs. Buiihon, Siiiith A: Co.,
tlllllll uu lliu ramv w. .... r. .1... ii ::.... .. I,.
BUDIHV I llb""lB or "" iii!iniiiu inuiiiiin.
Iiortly before 2 o'clock tho Coup- i ,.. ,fIP ..,,. ,..,, f)0
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LAND FOR SALE
AT IWII.El, HONOLULU,
Oahu, a Vuhiablo I'imi
of Lund, cIumi to Itov. .1. Wai
uiiiiiii'h propel ty, and known as
"Paliio's Land." 'lernis cash.
Apply to .1. V. K.VHAUMIA,
i at Kalihi Pol Kaotory.
Or through Hell Telu.Ii is, Mutual Tele. 077.
AN ADJOUItNEl) ANNUAL MEET
iuu of the Uawii ts HmuiAi.i, Aso-
ciatiun will bo huld ritlDAV, July.MM.
at 12:30 o'clock i-, m,, ut Hooui li, Campbell
lilloek. .1. II. KIHIIEK,
WANTED 11V YOUNC1 MAHKlEl)
Maii, position ul. Manager on collVu
or sugar plantation; hut been for two
years louiuiKur 111 llruzll. Holds IiIkIi
hi a ii'iiiiiuu curiincatu, .Miliums
Hon i.'.," lids ollico. "t-U-lw
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OK
B. IF. EUXjEK.S &c OO.
BOS & 511 FORT STRBH1T.
Ostzrtoxx Wash Fstlorios !
A haiidbomo Cotton Kabrle; New Styles this miim)u; the efl'eets uro fac-slmiles of China
Silks; to seo thuin mean to appreciate thorn.
Jb&JURTJ S-A-TZEEOSrS !
Silk linish.jUHt out; real l'rimch designs are tho iluott and the craze of tho season.
Cashmere Su.toliixios 20 Cents "5Ta.rci !
One. of tho liaudMJinest Wash Materials this season entirely new and
for the price has no oiua),
"White Lawns and Dimity !
In Plain, Htrijd and ('becked in gio.it vuriety.
C3T Dressmaking Under the Management of MRS. RENNER. .S3
Royl Insurance Company
" The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
in the World."
: : $42,432,174.00
oils udjournod without olug into
tho usual exuoutlvo ttoauiou,
TMt. W.M.T. MON8AKUAT. V. H.. huv-
XJ Iiik returned to town, can bo found
rwuli per month.
ilullv ut the lnllrinarv
I phonem Hull IM Muluul 1
KIuk rJtiuut. Tele-
Klre risks cm all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current ItWks by
Acting Aut for the Hawaiian Uluuda,