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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'B PAPER.
The lleljjn of (.'ltvcrnes.
What tho Oath Mcnns-by "Clvli."
Another Japanese Scare by A. M
The Oath of a Voter by "America." .
lxxnl and General Itemi.
Want to Keep tho KIcvel.th.
Head Ills Little fale.
Henr Poor's Houe llumi'd.
Took a Sna Shot.
Tim 1 leaner Arrive.
He Wus Not u Dog.
ulu -Ihu hi iiuUclin.
W'tlgrd In nrithrr Seft nor I'urty,
But Etablihcd for the Bentfit of All.
TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1894.
Tli in far tho two papers that rai
'd tboir prices ai an April fool joko
on thuir subieribors liavo failed to
Klvo increased valuo for tho miill
A subscription list will shortly lx
circulated for tho pitrposo of start
ing a "soup kitchen." It is to be
hoped Hint this move will meet with
success, as there aro many destitute
ntiiong us. A dollar's worth of soup
will gladden a good lii.iuj stomachs
and their hearts too.
it is clear from Mr. Hevvntt's let
ter that the employment of .Inpa
iicse as wharf laborers is not intend
ed as an experiment looking to the
general displacing of natives and
Portuguese. Besides the fact that
they were discharging Japanese
coal from a Japanese ship, tho labor
ers wero being given a chance to get
back to Japan with a littlo money
in their pockets.
There is said to be actual distress
from tho lack of the uecessaries of
life amoug native Hawaiian iu Ho
nolulu. The Planters' Labor and
Supply Company ought to see if
loino of the unemployed at home
cannot be given work on the planta
tions, before scouring the world in
quest of cheap labor immigrants.
According to some good authorities,
native labor is cheaper, at a good
deal higher wages, than any of the
Correspondents are discussing tho
dual allegiance question. Uuollicial
opinions however shrewdly or learn
edly conceived wo consider of little
valuo. Representatives of nations
having many citizens or subjects iu
the islands are the authorities to
consult, and possibly they may have
to submit tho question to their Gov
ernment. Wo believe that under
whatever permanent form of govern
ment tho country is to have, none
but citizens of this country exclu
sioly should have n vote Iu political
One rises from a perusal of Mr.
Emerson's account of tbe. political
work of himself and friends at
Washington with an impression that
they wore for a time completely
ntuuued by the truthful revelations
of .Mr. Blount, and ou partly re
covering their souses deliberately
nerved thoinselves to the desperate
task of denying tho facts in tho caso
aud substituting versions of the
revolution's history which uever had
previously occurred oven to them-itil-os.
Tho looming falsehoods of
Morgan's report are crushing testi
mony of the dishonesty of the wit
nesses. Considerable bitterness of feeliug
has bocoiiio manifest on tho part of
supporters of the Provisional Oov
eminent from the start, who had
lived in this country for years before
tho rovolution, for tho favors shown
to tho veriest strangors. Tho token
of admission to employment by the
Government is uot tho number of
tax receipts one can show, but rather
a muinbiirHhip card in any of the
various clubs that purport to have
patent ways of proviug allegianco
to tho P. G. It is not merely in tho
tnattor of regular employment, such
as on tho police force, that tho
strangers havo boon coming iu ahead,
but in tho giving out of consider
able jobs of work it is found that
the claims of long residence and of
many years' taxes paid are passed
oror. Instances could bo given of
this but we forbear, as there is no
object to bo gained iu hurting tho
feelings of tho strangers, who aro
uot to bo blamed for taking all the
good tho gods provide. Tho Gov
ernment cannot dony tho soft im
peachmout, more shamo for it.
Out at tho Midwinter Fair the old
Califoruians take a vast interoH in
tho old coach that "Hank Monk"
used to drive. They care a great
deal more for tho fact that it was his
eoaoh than for Horace Greeley's his
toric ride in it. "Poor Hank!1' said
ouo of the '-Mors to a visitor: ''his
last words was: 'My foot ih off the
brake an' I can't hold tho stage."'
Every tUtcrtptionofJOU '..Y77AV;
don tit Ih MulUtm Ojlm,
I Another Japanese Scare.
( I.see by tho Star of March 3lst an
I article entitled "Students at Work,"
I which speaks of "100 of them roplac
j ing the Hawaiiaus and Portuguese."
This article lies io plainly about
mon under my control, while also
endeavoring to make political capital
out of private business, that I can
not pass it over.
1st. "Wages came down to GO
aud 75 cents a day." "The new
' oiimri are working" ou the Aikoku
' Maru." "Some of those students
j aro working already." I beg to state
that wages paid for Japanese work
j ing ou coal i 75 cents aud grub, and
i that none of tho men cntuo by tho
Aikoku Maru, but quito n number
are leaving the couutry by her.
VJndly. Git Thursday tho forco on
the Aikoku Maru was a couple of
, Americans, four or five Portuguese
and enough natives to make a gang
total of tweuty-fivo. I can proo by
my timo book and also by the men
themselves that forty-six woro at
I work, consisting as follows: 1 white
man outsido of lttiins, 1 South Sen
. Islander, 2 negroes, o Portuguese
i and '.W natives to discharge general
I ardly. "It was given out at evon
ing that the forco would be doubled
next day." What was given out by
myself was this: "I cannot toll you
' until to-morrow morning whnt men
I shall require, as .Messrs. .u. Ugura
' A: Co. have not tot made up tiieir
i minds whether they wilt discharge
their coal iu tho J a panose fashion
by baskets or the usual method used
' in Honolulu." I must state hero
that after tho Aikoku Maru loft here
on her last trip, Mr. Matsumurn con
sulted with mo about discharging
the coal, saying that, a tho pasou
gers going out b) the steamer would
bo willing to work and make a few
mom dollars, ho would try tho ex
, poriment of passing it out in baskets
aud fiutl out from practical experi
ence which is tho chenpor way.
Several months have passed since
the Aikoku Marti was last hero, aud
ho has adhered to his original agree
ment. It lily. "Hawaiiaus and Portuguese
Hocked to the Pacific .Mail wharf the
next day; none of them woro en
gaged. Tho original forco was (lis
missed." I pnid thorn oil with the
exception of two who wero kept for
nssortiug cargo aud repairing cases.
Tho man iu charge of work should
understand what lie wants and not
newspaper reporters, especially Star
gazers. 6thly. "Fifty students wero set
j at work." This is not true, as oulj
forty Japanese laborers were there
1 aud no students.
Ill lily. "This morning tho student
! forco was doubled." Tho actual
. forco of men cm ployed was 10 native
' and W Japanese laborers.
7thly. "The present gang of 100
Js uot doing any w hero uuar tho
' amount of labor that was being per-
,' formed by tho irst party- of tvvoutv-
live." Not at nny time havo 100 uioii
been employed, as the ahovu figuro
show, .iiul those that are working
are di-chargiug coal, uot general
cargo, which is quite diuorout.
Klhiy. "One of tho Americans
who thought that ho would hao a
few days work at tho Aikoku Maru
said this morning: 'It is not so much
this one job which tho pampered
students have captured; this is sim
ply tho entering wedge. In six
mouths n native or a Portuguese
laborer ou tho water front will Im n
curiosity. Americans only tackle
the business as a last resort.' " I
must proceed to review tho remarks
of this said American, whom I should
cnll a foreigner, his language being
of that peculiar sound emitted by
mou from tho region of tho Baltic,
commonly known as Scandinavians.
If ho inferred from what I had pre
viously stated to tho men that ho
would havo a few days work, ho cer
tainly cannot bo American, or else
ho would have understood me. Why
was not this cry raised before fo'i
political capital when a certain firm
iu town reduced tho wages of men
working ou lumber vessels. No vo co
was then heard in the interest of the
poor native when it was convenient
to employ Portuguese at reduced
wages, and which proves my argu
ment that there is too much darned
ntliciousiinssiu Honolulu about othei
With repaid to tho Star's para
graph, stitiug that Hawaiiaus aud
Portuguese thus thrown out of work
aro quiet, and soma of thorn are huI
Ioii, it is a deliberate lie. as it was
thoroughly explained to tho men
Portuguese, natives, and all the
situation that if tho Japanese chose
to try tno experiment oi discharging
by baskets iustoad of tho usual wav,
they certainly would lose inouuj
and drop thoir old-time ways aud
discharge cargo ou the next "voyage
with Hawaiian labor such as is
found ou tho wharves iu Honolulu.
As a final remark, I should think
that the Government ought to
punish mou who writo such articles
endeavoring to stir up strife amougst
tho laboring classes, especially iu
such trying times as wo are now
Take notice that, by referring to
thu official pasHuiger list at (hocus
torn house, all aro down as cooks
and laborers, aud all were fonnerlv
in tho country as shipped men, each
man giving to tho Japnueso inter
preter his place of former residence
in the islands and amount of money
that ho arrives with
A. M. Hmvett.
Freight clerk and stevedore.
What tho Oath Moans.
Kim on !Ji'i,m:tin: -
It is strange that no newspaper iu
Honolulu has drawn attention to
tho fact that tho oath required to
bo taken by each voter on registra
tion is iu its terms a commitment of
tho party taking it to netivo partici
patiou in tho local disputes Ami
that tins, by the terms of Col. J. 11.
Blount's iiroelamntion, forfeits iu
tho case of American citions their
right to protection in life ami pro
pony while hero by the L'. S. .Min-,
ister and troops. Lot those who.
registnr find out first from thuir
Minister Civu '
Tho Oath of a Voter.
Please publish tho following:
"I, John , a British subject,
do solemnly swear iu tho presonco
of Almighty God that I will sup
port and bear true allegiance to tho
Provisional Government of tho Ha
waiian Islands, and will oppose any
attempt to re-establish monarchical
government in tho Hawaiian Isl
ands." B sa.s that by taking the above
oath he forfeits nis alleginnco to his
A says lie do not that tho oath
is the same as it was iu 1SS7.
B snvs no, aud explains his views
thus: That should ho take thn above
oath, aud at the same time bo a sub
ject of Great Britain or America,
and should cither of said govern
ments uinko an attempt to restore
the monarchical government he
would be expected to oppose It in
that event, and by so opposing it he
claims that he forfeits his allegianco
to his own country and so by taking
1 will state that when Hon. Jimos
H. Blount was ou thn-e islands lie
publicly warned all American citi
zens that those that carried arms
would disfranchise themselves from
his protection, and ou thu other
hand it was stated that inauy per
sons in sympathy with tho Pro
visional Government wero deprived
of their positions of trust for the
reaxou that thoy would not boar
arms in caso any trouble should oc
cur between this Government and
that of tho United States; yet many
say. and quote high authority for so
saying, that an alien does not forfeit
his claims upon his own country by
taking that oath.
Now, Mr. Editor, if one of tho
Ministers hero, or more, represent
ing the great powers, would como
out iu tho papers aud publicly veri
fy that fact, or roiioutico, or at least
make some announcement, it would
relievo thu minds of many people
resident hero. Ou behalf of many I
would, through your valuable paper,
request ono of tho nbnvo-meutiouou
, to answer tho above and save furthor
I Our better halves say thoy could
not keep house without Cl.atnbur
Iain's Cough Komcdy. It is used iu
more than half tho homes iu Leeds.
I Sims Bros., Leeds, Iowa. This shows
the esteem in which that remedy is
I held whore it ims been sold for years
and is well known. Mothers have
learned that there is nothing so good
for colds, croon and wIioodIiil-
'cough, that it cures these ailments
quickly ami pennaiieutly, and that
it is plcaatit and safe for children
to take. 25 mid 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
it Co., Agents for t lit) Hawaiian ,
By Jits. F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, April -I
l' KKi'lLUl'K A. M.,
At Hi. KMuiiii- of C. I' I.Vt'Kf.A. i:-w..
lliTL'tiiiiln MriW, lenr I'llltnl lirot, I
will wll at I'ulillo Auction, ili
Steel Engravings & Oil Paintings,
STEINWAY & SONS PIANO,
llivfluj: .Mirror, liri- Viif,
KIhiiij t iilioUrcrfl hnfu,
!: i liulrx mill Hitrlfer.
Illm'k Wulntil Ktngrru,
B. W. Wardrobe & Bureaus,
DniuhiK room Citrlalni. aint olc,
iVntcr mill ifn I(iii;n,
HANDSOME KOA BEDSTEADS,
l.nrnK Kim Wiinlrolie, Koa Tnlili,
Hi. .kiuiii, Illnck Wiilimi Holler l)ok,
II. W hi tflio.inl, Dinner ht,
I'ltUCKhltY AND (II.AftfWAItB,
I'liiiftnti. I'Hrt, Kin., Kit.1.
Also, 1 Carriage Horse.
I'rlm-I. Olvt'll fir hiulim.llmi mi
I iirMlll, .llll .111, irillll V A M. Ill I'. M,
Jtv.a. F Morgan,
1 il III. Hit HlMil.K WOMAN lilt A
i V Marrlnl Coin li fin ncin.ral Imlp ilnr
U)t v. nut to l.uropi. In a fiiinlly with
rhil'lri'ii. Oood refun ia'i"i reiiiirmi. Ap
1. n. iioKrnciii.i:ui:itA 10,
I'lirnci Mug uii'l lliithul nrtTi or Vie
torU met, opJ-llu flioaiu Minyir,
T I 1
nj a M
" CO u j
(0 g, 1 s,
P fg 7 j
Prevention Is Bottor
Thau cure, and thoso who aro sub
loot to rheumatism cau provont at
tacks by keeping tho blood pure and
free from the acid which causes tho '
disease. You can rely upon Hood's j
ouisa-juiiuu as a it-ujuuj iui iiiuu- j
I iu. ni3 in auu camrru, ni?u iur uurj
form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils
and othor diseases caused by impure
blood. It tones and vitalizes tho
are easy and gentlo
Secured HI Service.
I Mr. V. G. Potter, crayon and wa
i tor-color artist, who has Iwon visit
ing tho islands for his health, has
made au ongageinent with Mr. J. J.
Williams. Mr. Potter's work whito
in San Francisco was second to
none. Samples will bo on exhibition
at our studio, 102 Fort street.
We havo juat received an
other cargo of Hay and Grain
by thu "Irmgard," pcraonully
selected by our manager in
California; and as we buy
the best, a word to the wise
is Htillicit'iit. Prompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
and Nutianu streets. Both
. near O. Ii. & L. Co.'m Depot.
Both Telephones 53.
IS THE BEST
lld Inalde ol twenty
- iiurlr nJ fin. Ho. nom brit
Itrtnlnii lt Klcm longsr tliitn Any oilier
. lU-lfU the HCtl'ui of arlili. ml nlkitllen
inter limn any otlirr oil.
Flow frcrly from the bruMi without run
nliiK ntnl niirvAiU noil.
Vlth tlienJdltliMi of I.ltlmrRP, ylfliU
linn! Hiirfitce. nullul.le for lloorii, teix, rtr.
Mixed rcmllly nlth iKnienti ground In
, oil In imtn form.
I JlrliiRnotit the rvttl tliBilei of the color
I mul ki'vp.) ihvm imalturcil.
In n nolvunt for the moM ilelluntf of tho
I mw mul tar color.
Aihleil to varnlih greatly liiiiinireii the
Dunn not darken white limit or itny itcll
Has prentur holy than any other oil.
IteijulruH oiie-lhlnl leu pigment tlinu
any other oil.
Cmi ho added to linseed oil and Ii will
grently Improve the llneed.
Can be thinned with tariwntlnn.
llv actual tout, Iih outlatled thu brtt
Tlnircfure, Ik the leit pnlni oil ever inmi
ufnulured. Direction for Use.
UfO I.ltoi. iii ovcry runpvul in the
Hiiiio iiiiiiiuir jh yon would liimetd
oil, willi tli.iHiiu'lu oxcoption thai you
iiiiij .uld fully oii(-(iuurlcr more Lu
coi. to tlio ntitiii. iiiiiuiity of (ilh'monl
iimii you wouiu ol lliireiMl.
In uning mutiillic, Vcmctiuii red, tliu
ocliri', .n.il otlmr dry iiiynuntc, it
nilvifiililu to mix up tho imint .it least
ono d iy liuforu it i to bo tihrd, tliun
.ulil a third moro l.ucoi. ami tho paint
will he funnel to fovi-r widl mid Imvc
u Komi cIiidh.
NKVEU UKE JAI'ANS
Whoro hurd vnrfari'it nuch an lloore,
eti'pH, etc., urn required two lith irgc
inly, never iihe Jiipans.
LUCOL mixes WITH
anil nHMtih their working ami im
prove iheir appoiirunuu hut tiiev
HHOUI.1) II K I'HKt) BAMK DAY TIIKY AKK
Mixni), othervvibo the gum of the var
iiibh may he precipitated or the mix
The addition of from to 4 of Lr
coi. 10 vuruiNliOH iIoch nut reduce tlmii
lu-ire nor mtard thoir hardunin and
dryinn -uid it prevtintH thuir ornekiiiK
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
MMir. I'NDCItrilllNKn HAVING
f iiijIiiIh( Annlgnee ol the Hi
W, llorm-e Wrluht of Honolulu, a
txrv Imiikrnpt, rcpie'ls all peronn having
clniniKngiiliiiit kiiUl Kktatu to prerunt thuir
Hallux ulihlii t nioiiths from ilatn or
ii Mill he loruvcr barred, and all pur ions
owIiik mid KmhIu are hereby ropi-Med to
iiiMkn liiinii'dlute payment to J. W. I.un
Ing, at Kiiuhiimnnil it reel, II0110I11I11,
J. VV. t.UNlNU. AlBtif.
uvuviiii, Aira U umm.
1 1 ." ---- 17
Hmttu Hiriwirt On, L'n
Saturday, March J I, 18U4.
As this is the beginning of
the close season in grinding
cane it becomes the duty of
the economical managers of1
the sugar plantations to select
implements for preparing the i
ground lor planting. If labor
saying means money getting
animal saving must trend in
the same direction If you can
get a plow that will do the
work ol six or eight horses it
means a saving of horse flesh
as well as a saving of the time
of the man who handles the
stock, the two together means
a saving of money. From
what we know of the Hendry
Double Furrow and the Men
dry Breaking Plows this saving
can be made through their use.
The Double Furrow Plow is
the only one we ever heard of
that will leave the furrow clean
and ready for planting or irri
gating. Mr. Conant tells in
I the following letter what his
experience lias been with a
Hendry Breaker. Other man
agers tell us the same good
things about the Hendry Dou
r.... ti 1 1 r
I 1 1U.MM.I I.L .
, ;,,. sire.
I beg herewith to add my
KiiiL'tiX'ct'n?me. to y-our list of tettimo-
O ninlc in nMii'n tf ?nir t (thrift
Durini; an experience of :6
, years in the. cultivation of cane
on these Islands I can truth
fully say, that jours is the only
plow that. I have seen that will
turn a furrow completely over,
i under any conditions.
Another point wherein it ex
cels is, the shape of the mould
board is such that the plow
will clean itself, not continu-
ally, but say every 200 or 31 o
feet, which obviates the neces 1
sity of stopping the team; this
makes a very favorable show
ing iu the course of a day's
I remain, yours truly,
Ii. Ii. Co NAM.
While one portion of the
laborers aro tilling the soil
others are repairing old fences
or building new ones. In eithrr
case the Jones Locked l'Vnce
materials are the most econo
mical to use. One stay and
five washers cost a tiifl" under
eight cents and they take the
place of a post which costs all j
the way from thirteen to nine-
teen cents and are double the 1
trouble and not half so service- 1
able as the Jones method. It '
you are repairing au old fence J
we will sell you the stays and
washers, or if you want to
build an entire new fence you
can get better rates on Plain
or Barbed Galvanized or Black
fence Wire Irom us than any-
- .... .
wncru Kibe. v niMi you nave
made your fence you will have
one in which the wires do not
sag and you will save fifty dol
lars a mile in building. Read
what Julian Mons.irrat says
Kapapvla Rav.ii, Kan, )
Hawaii. March 10. 180.1. f
III. R. HiNDin. lisu.
Manager Hawaiian Hard
ware Co., I louoltilu.
I have just completed some
three miles of the "Jones Lock
ed Fence" and mut say that 1
am very much pleased with it;
in fact, it is the fence for a
ranch. I had about a mile to
construct over "pahoehoe,"
where it was nearly impossible
to get a post down, and lound
in this case especially the
"Jones Fence" was a great
saving of labor. 'I here art
places in this fence wlu re the
jjusis .uc di iL.ibi 0 leetapait,
and the .space, between filled
with stas. There is no s.ig to
it, and it is asspriimv as a wire
IliattreSS. 1 am COIltldent that
it will turn anv onlin.irv stock I
J!", "mV. AVV .rl .lli
1 liavc some two and a hall ,
miles more to construct over a '
COUIltrv where wild rattle are '
vi. ..Lit.r..l n I .
Very plentllll", ami as SOOII as ,
It lias undergone the lest there,
will write ou furlh.-r.
If !r ,:'ll ..,., .1. . 1 '
II It Will turn tile Stock on
part 01 me lami, am
confident it will, you ean
that it will turn
;, exiept a lava
Very tiuly yuurs,
Oornoi Fort 6a
The "Temple of Fashion" will bo
cloyed for a few clays on account of
Corner Fort aud Hotel Sts.,
The Drug Business heretofore curried by IIol
listor & Co. has been incorporated under th
iiiuno of tho ....
ister Drag Co., L'd.
the largest and
our line, we are prepared to offer our customers
the best goods at thu lowest prices.
l i :m: I
TTot-t Rtroct. -
1 .. ,,.
National Cane Shredder
'ati:nti:i) u.vi)i:it nn: laws ok Tin: Hawaiian island.
J2M ' h. ?v
I'MlKltSmXKl) IIAVK I1KI.N
tlll'et) MlllhlilihllH Ullil are HOW
Tho ureal advantage. to he derived from the tiho of ihu National Oanu
hliKKimi.H are tlinroii,'lily enUlilihlieil and iiekuovvliili-ed hy Plauters
Tliolarp'o iiiiuiliernf PlantiM ihiok' tlinu in thu United Rtnten, Culm,
vrK'eniiuc Kcpuhlic, l'oru, Au-liaiia and oUowherti, hear wilneim to tho
The it of the .Siiiihi)ii:h very hiigidy uui'iiioiitH the quantity of enne
the mill ean uriml (i.ri t.. TiOO, iiIm. tl u extraction of juice (fi to 12).
It i a ;ie..i Biiii;uaid, niakiuc known at once the pnnouun of any
plunn of iron, hiiike- from eaie, 01 anythiuu vvliieh would hu liahlu to daiiiiieo
I " "if ruinr'
mo null, anil allovvmu iimpli time to
1 lie .-iiiihiuihii in vi ry etiounly made, and from ihe manner of iu opera
lion it euU or lean, there pieeee ol wood or lion vvilliout ofli 11 hreaklug thn
MiiiHiiiKH, and if anvihinn I'reuUr, ii in fimply Mimeof the knive or cuttorn,
whlell call he iiuieklv anil ei'iiiiomiealle riiihuiil Tl... Smi,i.'i.iilo ,.u lit,
""'" nIU.iit uure Iho eauu into hluuUof v.uvilli: leiiulli. neifeellvoiiuii-
l"'4 " '""', u,ii "'" """ '" """"ulilv pn" out tho juieei- without w
'ltiwi,. ii..- in.menM, extra povve, ,,,M.ry u, Krm.l or crurh Ihu whole
i-.m.-. he mh i.uut.u rp.ead.. th. xl.-td.i. d erne uniformly mid evenly to
'" !"" r""'. ""'I ,l," w.o wili 1 1 1 meeitj of ejireadiiiK the lugan-e hv
""1 lutu'"'" '' '"'Us. wheio riKnudiiiK U in iim. No greater aiiioiint of
!" ,,"l'!,,,"- 'l" 'I "' "P'Tate the hliui.iiiii.n than thai vvliieh wu
-nlli. lent f.n ll.e inill, foi the al.ov. re.iM.11,.. Wo furmh full workiiiL
drawniKh fut tin im-tallatiou of Miiii.i.iuiiih, enabling any eoiiipetenl uu-
K""'Vr ""'"'""'"II iioiuli and -t...i them.
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diaineierand unlih of tit- mill loll uilh vvlii. h HiuihiiiiM ih l.rhe eonneeted,
mImj the mIi (uther iihi 01 Ml hind ah .von f.ue 1 . 01 livery miIh oi tin.
mill), ii on , win. I. the 11 11 II eniin 1. I .ealed, al-o ihe height from llo..r hue
toe. nlei of in, 1. 1 null nill.lmfi,, uid .lieluiieu ci-iiiur linn ehafl to front end
ol ail plaie, Tin,,. Siihi.iiiii.ii4 an imw hi ing 11.nl hv (ho llilo Sug.ii L'n.
.10(1 Hani Alill, Knlml.i, wlinii lh iiickiviiik KliileiillM.ietloii.
ifJ I'nei'p. and fiir.hi r partnul .is ma) he had h) applying in
Honoluln, H. I.
most complete stock in
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llli'lmriil lit ri'i'i.ii'n finlnru
romnvo Mine hnfore daiiiauine tho mill
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
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