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At the special rriuirt of fovoral teaclicrs
and otbeM nu Kximlnitlon for 1'rlnmry
Grade Cerllllcatc? will 1c licM nt the Tort
treot School on MONDAY, Petit, n, nml
TUESDAY, Sept. 4, commciipln nt !) a. m.
AliATAU T. ATK1V-OS,
Insprctor-Octicrnl of Holinnl.
Honolulu, August I, lftH. 1I0J '.'
Ptrigfd to neither Srcl mn Party,
Bui RttablUhtd (or thr Itrnefit of All.
TUESDAY, AUG. 7, 1894
- that the impression in question is
It was boneath tho notico of tho ! far from thu truth. Both the ships
Star how tho Hawaiian jury col- J remain on account of inoro or less
Upsed. What a commentary tho urgent requests from different quar
pisode makes upon tho stories go- j tow, itu-linllng and, it is belioved,
tag abroad fifteen mouths ago pi-cially the Government itself. It
bout native Hawaiiaus floi-hiug to ( t nllirtnoil on good authority that
give their adhesion to the anti- i
national cansel .
Bishop frohtluVcoinmits on the 1
atrike olsowhoro reproduced ill .
doubtless reflect the sober socon.l
thought of labor generally jn the
United States. Coming from such a ,
ource the views expressed will tin- .
doubtedly have a mighty influence
upon the trend of future movements
on tho part of labor for amelioration
of its condition.
Says tho Advertiser editorially this
Morning: "Americans and English
are one blood, ono religion, one po
litical and social system." Who
would havo thought it? Aftor reatl-.
Jng tho Advertiser for twenty moiit hs
-- - - -v - ,
past, and hearing its owners' and j
writers' viows publicly and privately
by word of mouth during tho same
period and before, tho assertion
though truo comes like a sarcasm
from such a source. "Hy their no
tions jo shall know them."
On this tho closing day of Minis
ter Wodehouso's long career as re
presentative of Her Uritatinic Ma
jesty at this capita), the lirt.ii. tin
would renew its expressions of high
consideration for his qualities as a
diplomat and a gentleman, which
were uttered by this journal when
the announcement was first made of
his approaching retirement. M.ijor
"VVodououso has ably, conscientious
and assiduously looked after the in
terests of both his Government nml
his fellow-subjects in this little inl
The Advertiser taunts tho Hawai
ian! as a raco and a nation this
morning with believing iu Presiduut
Cleveland's honor and honesty. It
ascribe tho failure to procure n Ha
waiian jury who would lake the
oath of allegiance to the Republic
to tholr silly faith iu "tipple of
Sodom." What will it nay to the
failure of foreigners here to take the
oath as jurymen! Fifteen out of
thirty-six refused it. President
Cleveland again? Or distaste and
disliko of tho oligarchic fy.tem notv
sought to bo substituted for the
Constitution of the country of
There wero nluclceii Hawaiian;
enrolled in advance as volunteer to
servo on tho jury us having taken the
oath of allegiance. Under the bill
ponding iu tho Councils the Court
may prepare a list from which to t
bring tho panel up to thirty-six
when, from any cause, tho original
panel does not come up to that
number of men qualified to serve.
It will doubtless be n harder pull to
euro tho remaining seventeen fur
the native jury than it was to get
the niuoteon. Probnbly tho panel
cannot bo filled this term, and then
the only way a jury can bo got, if
any Hawaiian case Im forced to trial,
is by tho nineteen stauding about
town in convenient positions to be
captured as talesmen by the ollii-ors.
Judge Cooley's warm commenda
tion of President Cleveland's course
in employing tho national forces to
restore public order recalls the t-auic
eminent jurist's vindication of the
President's policy regarding Ilauaii
There is little doubt that ovutituulh
tho intelligent public opinion of the
United States will endorse both de
liverances equally as the words of
wisdom aud justice. It is siiniilicaul
now to find his ability recognized
unreservedly in the heading ami in
troduction given to his letter on the
strike, by papers bitterly oppo,ed to
him in the States, as copied from one
of tbmu in this paper. Many of the
samo papers did their meanest iu mi
deavoriug to belittle this author of
standard constitutional law, when
he came nut with his able tnmtisooii
the Hawaiian question.
Captain Palmer was looked ask
ance at, when here making his in
vestigations for the Boston Trans
cript, by both parties. That was
because ho maintained perfect inde
pendence between them, attending
strictly to his business as nu investi
gator. Ho did not pretend to parti
sanship with thu P Ci. people, as a
majority of tho foreign correspond
ents did, to get on the inside traek.
Nelthor did ho go Ashing for pre
ferment to ofllco so as to gain a per
tsanent residence In clover here.
Aad his papor I independent, not
to be subsldizud by any wealthy
coturiu of politicians, Theso nro tho
reasons wlij Captain Pnlmor'a writ
ing in tlio Transcript and Now
York Post liavo boon substantially
correct. Oiui or two inaccuracies
appear in tlio letter quoted on Mod
da j from the- latter paper, but they
do not seriously impair tho forco of
Tliero is an impression abroad
that tho orders countermanding tho
departure of both th'o Amorican and
tlio British warship indicalo iulor
national jealousy between tho local
representatives of thoso nations.
I lie lit-LLGTiN uuU9 upon inquiry
tho "uuollicial" visit of President
Dolo and P. C. Jones to tho U. S.
Uagslilp Philadelphia, the other day,
.r,,r, the purpose of imploring
Admiral Walker not to leave tho city
"'Trotected by any warship. Those
wl' aro tunMiiR political capital
nx wnm , m lU0 "imem,
uy L'ljiii'iujt ruyrui. iii.ii. iuu
hip are not going lecau!o,asthey
ay, they court tho opportunity of
seeing the Itepublic stand on its
own bottom indefinitely may as
well subside. Most sensihlo people
of the opposition will, however, lw
jm that the shins remain for tho
proM.nt. Whilo tho Hawaiians aro
.mpHoHly rolylng upon tho good
fan , 0f t, United Statos Govorn-
l.lllll Ul III
mm,t, a to
intiutiatlou of their laud-
nuiesceuco ami lorbearaaco
under any provocation would, falsely
but uoue the less strenuously, be in
terpreted in tho homo aud foreign
press as indicating an Indifference
to, or complacency with, existing
NotuluR X.iko Hood's.
''I have used Hood's Sarsaparllla
and find it very beneficial. My wife
would not be without it. She suf
fered from loss of appetite for tho
last year but since she has taken
Hood's Sarsaparllla she has gained,
at lcat. live pounds iu weight and
thinks there is nothing like Hood's
Sarsaparilla." Goorgo M. Totten,
Tottonvllle, S. 1.
Hood's I'ills euro sick headache.
Uy Jue. K. Morgan.
MOHTQAOliE'S NOTICE OF SALE.
votici: is lir.itr.ttY oivbs that
1 piir-iiaiiltu m power nt sale contain
! In a certain morliMui! niacin bv Autnnr
!!) i unit ilfii( Honolulu, to (Veil Hruwn
.I lie' x.iiiii-plee iiinl uf rrcunl III Die Of
iliu of i hu lti'iiuimr of (Viiwyumt". In
l.UitT Mi on p.igiM a, '.'iiNiiit ;, unit liv
il.l Vc I llfuttii Only iiM'itiifil to K. if.
iluyvM. ii. initio miller the lnt will nml
U'-tiilianl nf J. it. I In viu!iK'ii. ili-ccibi'il, by
.li'i'iiiiu'iu of nvnril I.llior II" on Kino Jll,
Hie "it il lie rt;Mii iutcml lo foroliio
-inl nuirt.iip' lor Wrench of cuti'llt Ion
t heroin iM'itiilnuil. Nutlet ii nlrm nlveli
dint llie pm-rt) covered hy titlil iiionkiiko
will hu mi.iI lit I'lihlie Auction, iu Vi o'clock I
noon, en MA'I'L'IIII.VY, tin lllh ilny of
iij;i"t, nt thu iiiii'tniu rouiiix of Jn- 1.
M'iicui li llonoliilii The proHrty In
in I n'iH)'ji(;i- itcej ilcnTllxil l
All tliut ivrijlu pircul of luii'l ltimte nt
KuiHu in -nl'l moiiiiIiiIii. contnlniuK tin
irui"( .t i j.1 iiuiv itinl Inline a ponton of
ilii' i rt,iiii.iti"M-rihit In Ituwil l'uti-iit Nu.
". iiikI imiivi'.m-iI in rn i) Allium) lima hy
J 1. .Muiutoni'i, nilinlnUtrntnr ol thu en
lute ol !' ulni'D ftt U'linox Ii) ilcoil
iluti.l tie- llr t ilnv of April, 1SM7. of record
In tie- II. n .ill in ltculilry of DociN In Hook
IU, on I'.iui'ii .'I iiixl -'.
H.iti I llonoliilii, July Utli, b!U.
l-'ur inrthvr p.iri inliirt npolv to
I riiti'uof the litit Will mid Tuitniiit'lil of
J il. 1 1 it i-L-iiUii, ihveavicl, or to
IK''.'-it Ct.eiu llii'iw.s, Attorney.
HOIITOAOEE'S NOTICE OF BALE.
V'T't'K H "IJUKIIV OIVBS THAT
l p runint ion iorot inle cnntslneil
In n ceitiiln niortg'gu mailc by Aim Mo
oioiii, npio Ant Moiuona, neikiia, aiut
NiiLllii'l liur liinhniiil. nllufBsva Irlatul
ot li.ihn, le S. Itnih ef llonoliilii. IpIiuiI of
iiiilui. mill of ricnril In thu Ullivcof tlio
ttutftnirur of C'onviiyancuH In UlwrTI, on
I'U;; s mi' nml let, nml umlor "iiieliy iiihiio
eoiivejii'ices mm owned by Blnp Oliong i:
ii, of Honolulu, Oiiliu, niiiI nls In nccoiil
uneu w'i Ii ill" provlhiniii contained in tliHt
iiTtiin iieluiittirn of iiiorti'ii;o itatit 1st
lay of April, IpSi), and inailf hy Mnholns
Anil I un I Aim Mollionn, Jr , of lliiliollllll,
Ulmid hi Oilm. to Ullllnm U Athloltlio
-.iinc pUei-, u id r. cord In tha Ulllru of th"
l!inr of I'onve.wimvHi. In l.iher IN, on
l"l,'"i IT) mi 1 l"f), biul under cnn. irv mesne
co.ivi'.miii 'in now- own!! hy Hlnj- Ciiouir Ji
To. of llniio nl. i, lida.nl ol u.ilut, thi- inert-t!m;-e
inionda to for ulou bald merit; ia
(orhr-Hch of condition tlitri In contiilmd
.xnli'H ti nhi i piviii thut 'lie proirty ov.
.red lie Mid innPKiij;i) w III ho soil lit Pub
lic Auction, nt li o'clock noun, on S IT
Ul.HAY, ill" Itih titty of August, nt the
nil tlon runiiiKOf Jus. f . .Morgan Iu Hono
lulu. luted llonoliilii. July 13th, Mil.
I'll property In fcnul iiiortKai$u deeds do.
l-t All tho o premises tdtuatelylnt; anil
beiuu it Wiiiini in I'.wn, Uuhu, mid more
iwitn'iilurly ilcMTli.fit in dool of Kuhnle
piuli lo Aii'i Moiiionn, dated July bill,
im7, reiordtd lu I. liter '1 1, on pucs ll'Jiiiui
Il.l nml coiiliui iui: un urea 'J'i 7-IU mtrus
.'ml. All tlio-n pruminei hltnule nt Kail
lunkuplll (l thu, unite p'trtiu dnrly tlu crib
e 1 in dred of W. I). Aelll to Nlcliolils Alllia
nml Ann .Momoiri Kiinui', tinted April thr.
li-t. rem dud In l.iburlH, piiuen 17.1 nml
171, eout'iliiili' nu men of 7.'f'lthoiti,
in I .Ml ibe undivided ono fourth of
snd Si ho is Anon in tnoMi primtUes hltu
lit il til Wtll.lll, Kwn, O.lllll, helliL' thu hit11 c
prcmisi'M' unejcd to AlilOlllo l'lilllips by
deed ef h.ilciu I'. liiiuchett, rerorded iu
l.tbiT I, pK l'.':i eontnliilut; un nrea ot 1.'
in ii-, iiifiuiiomM nml - fit t, inn) hy ntld
Aiitnliio I'bllllp. ilevtetl to mid Mcholn
AiiniLt'il liywillilu admitted to I'r.ilmte.
I be prujiert) i-li imtii nt vvtilmi, Kwu,t'ou
tiiiniiiK .li 7-IU iicri'H In un er lease nt n
yi nrly rental id fl.U anil will hu Mild tilth
)i et to '.aid le.le.
Kor fiinher pirlieulnrN, npely to
hINII riltiS'll ,V Co ,
A-ii!iU't of naitl .nrli;aKiu, or to
' ti Mi.iiii n, Attorui'V at l.uw,
HliALANI 110 AT OLUB MEETINO
II. .Mi;lli;ilS IN ll(MII) STAND
tur of iiin IIi.ai.ani lloiT i i en ii' u
reipn i d to bu pruHiut at the ntljoiirni'it
hiueini oe ili-it to Iui hehlon
1 1'l.K.lVil l... ...I. ... U ..I..I...L .,..
hi iiuuaif i
,.,..- ... iii. ), ill n if u,i I n I ri
Utii llaw.ill'in lloti'l. for thu inirnou of ic
m uu llie i'iiii.tl'ni..it anil fclt'itlhita nutv
II i.ird of Miiiukciiii ut.
(I 1) IIOAIIDMAN, l'rrtl.UuU
(' li. Cumin:, AeliiiH Hiurulury
Kiiiilu HHriWi U Jfl
Monday, Aug. ti, tJ!H
What with burglaries, prize
fights and sundry other things
unmentionable in an advertise
ment, Honolulu is daily becom
ing more of a metropolitan
city, As pernicious evils they
should be abated without un
necessary dt'lay in so far as it
lies within the power and abi
lity of the police department.
Burglary of course cannot al
ways be prevented on account
of scant police surveillance in
the residence portion of the
city and the peculiar surround
ing of the houses. Even if a
marauder be discovered in a
house his chances for getting
away are good because he can
dodge into the bushes unless a
bullet overtakes him. There
are two remedies for this evil:
an increased police force and
the strict enforcement of the
If there is a law against
prize fighting one or two raids
by the police would probably
put an end to it. If on the
other hand, these men would
be satisfied to give exhibitions
of their skill as boxers without
"slugging," the decision of the
referee being based entirely
upon the science of the con
testants, the sport should be
encouraged. The greater
skill a man has in this respect
the less apt he is to resort to
the knife or pistol when he
gets into close quarters with
one who differs with him in his
As to illicit liquor selling the
remedy lies in making it legal.
Enough arrests of this charac
ter have been made to con
vince almost anyone that pro
hibition does not prohibit. So
long as a desire exists there
will be ways anil means found
to satisfy it, and if a man is
raided four times a year for
violating the law he simply
pays the amount of a licnse
plus a few dollars costs, besides
giving the police department
trouble in making out a case.
It is just a little bit more
than wonderful what success
the "Pansy" Stove has been
wherever it is sold. Judging
from the number we arc put
ting into the homes of people
here in I Ionolulu, as well as
on the other Islands, it is the
choice of people who believe
in economy. We sell them
without fixtures because it so
often happens that people are
well supplied with cooking
utensils even though their
stove is worn out. When one
buys a stove and fixtures he
usually gets a lot of stuff that
litters up a kitchen. Our me
thod has proven satisfactory to
most people; to those who pre
fer having fixtures we make
the lowest price and they are
not obliged to take what they
do not med. In this way we
satibfy everyone because the
prices are within reach of peo
ple affected by the hard times.
The Patent Wire Clothes
Line has jumped into favor
and we are happy in conse
quence. The cost of rope and
clothespins is greater than for
a pinless line which never has
to be renewed. It's in cutting
corners that m n become rich.
Why don't you try it?
One does not expect to find
a good quality of Sponge in a
hardware store and that prob
ably accounts for the surprise
people express when they see
them here. For either bath
or carriage we have them in
large quantities. They do not
go to you "at your own price,"
but at ours, which is usually
satisfactory to you. We find
this the best way to do. Try
one of them and the pleasures
of tho bath will be increased.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., !d
M.lnt HprMikfttt' Bloat
f7 WUrT RTKtCKT.
HDW AY & 'OUTER, Leading
f the Hawaiian IhIsiiiIh.
oliltiatin Hlix'k, between Fort
tK'it hand aiiIm ol HoIhI ntrot
lrw:t ttiioortr nf b'iim furniture.
Irt cheap for cash. V have ou Land
Irkor Warn, Sofai, rWklug Chairs, Kui
ill yon rail ami price thee good.
nythlnu run want In Dinlng-tooni Puiuitiim.
nythin you want In IUdrixiin Furniture.
ou uan tlio b nupplltHl with
nu will find etunplnte utook
nil at pliers to iill tlm nnirji
a wkII a th. rlcliprtt iurchaMr
o horn li oruplt without Mattn9B,
o houw iu Honolulu !! tht kmmU har than
on'tyou uivmI ouit l.ivn Own
amly t'illown and V.uhIiIou.
rtstti Window Shad- in all
ohtn for your wiuilowt in Wood or lira TrlmuilttKn
f cnur wh iuut not fnrjwt
ur ttaiidnotiiH ;arvi Ifaidrooui
ppalritiK at n9ouahl rati.
iM'oTurliitf ol UpuolslriHl Kuril it no- uptvtalty
rr our Kay (Jhair !ton buying Itiwhrt
aJL alllia of all nizi with Chain and Shhtboarih to tuition
vpryboily ktnm w make a feature of tntorior Decorating,
Mr iMNiy uiio'vs m. Uwi, (.iru
(n'OKiiizKl a tho uhnat't
Klialnllty, i'roinptnMH and
Wkli. .Vifi TKLEPI10NES Mutual 4T)
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pure Goods 1 Prompt, Reliable
Attention 1 and Lnw Prices 1
THAT PL.VCK IS AT
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oox'xier JFort. St. Hotel Sta.
S3:- Our Soda Water is the Best 4S&1
FH3I S. S. "QAELIO."
KOLLISTBR &c OO.
tlavf uiiidi another Large Importation ot
M.HiiiU if I.A CONSTNt'lA and K, (KIMKI't
lart't vh.soi'tmmit ol' Shapt and Siv.nr)
vnr tlp in finnrt (T (IlltT MA CiT Ptirj ft Hurfhpn, Strf.."!'
Valuable Lands For Sale
AX PTJBMO AUCTION.
In iiiirMiutii'H of an onlttr (-mi(j.l tint tit lite
firiMtlt limirl of Iliu Hrt Oliriill, tlio m
(IvrnlKiiftl uill rxll ut 1'nlillu .Vui'tliin
On SATURDAY, August 18, 18111,
AT IS O'ULOUK. NOUN.
M tlm frimt oiitra"t'u to tlu Jtnllti'u'.v
ll'llillllir, till tliOt-O tU ilu"rn ut I.UIIll
owiiO'i In roiiiiiiiin hy Air I'm lll.i Amnlil
nnii tliii M. i; Nuutm inliitirrt. mtiimu In
Kaliiwiiliiiip. llun ilnln, iii'ttr OiiiiIiii's on
YimiiH'il ittt'ot, iliu Htiitie lii'lnu uiamitrj
niul :i nl linyttl I'utrnt No. 111. Until Cuin
liilKNititt A mini Hi, ibmitil tu N 11. KuiKu
mil fur .M Ititliopii.
'I'Iicm' Hnniin ho I ni' witli'n a few 111I11
nli'n1 uiilk friiin tint I'iisi Ollli'n urn niut
ili'nirulilu fur lioiui'luts, uiul tlitir lurutlun
Tlm iijhi'I irluu will Im -(iO fur npann i
mi'l flimi 'or upuiia 3. 'In I'D nulil Hi'mr
ini'ly Tlii-tirt-it ii uiiuiii 'J, lU'i.tmnimiiit,
uui'Hiir lin.s, ntHiiu .1, 1U.S.7H Biiium, inoro
i r lei
'1 int.MH HASH In tlnlti'il HUteH OuM
Ctilu, uiul iIci'iIh at oiiioiimi ol i.ii't'h:itrH
ruin to Im uiilfct tti uiiiillriiiutlun of tlin
tw Knr fnrilit'r va'tlunliiri" iiininlro of
1 1 1 ; N i : y H.Mirn.
I oiniiiliiiiimrof Hull', Jinlluliiry lliiililliiit.
A I.I. I'hHrlONB AKK NUIIKIHII .NOT
to irrtlll miy urn on my mi'ininl
without my wrltfui nrilor.
JOHKI'H I'AIKO, Bk
dmiKiiiiii, jut t iM rt It"'
Cribs anil Oradl
to (nlm't from.
Pathm or Silk PIomii TIikj mak
rotor and nl
st iu aolid Oak
way wno uiakna tliii a npolal ixalurM.
houae in Honolulu,
Uibpalcli i our motti
Valuable Land For Sale
AT PUBLIC AUOXIOV.
Ill iHirsimnt'o of on onlor lnnnetl ont ot
tlm Circuit Ctmrt of tlm Urit Circuit, tin
uiuIctbIhciI will sell at Piilillo Auctiun
Oh SATURDAY, AtiBust 23, 181)1.
AT 12:30 O'CI.OOK V. M
Of nlil ilny tin tlio prendre, tlutt rrrtniii
U'CO of Uniil IioIiiiikIiik In tint ent'itu nf
tlio In to Aiiluitio Mituiflio, ilecciiM'il hi.
tihtntv, t-ltiinlDOii thu ciirunr of Itvokwitli
mi'l MuU'Ulf ulriietH. in I'uuulitiii, lltiiin
lulu, tlio niiiiiMuiitiiliilni; an urcn of oroo
nititirA fei'i luiiro or Irn".
I'mnnrty K'lo,l fur a lioiisolut, ami U lu
n lii'uit liy luiitllly
Tit'iim unt ni nil ami iltflunt i'Xnoof
litiriiliaMT. KjIh tu Iio milijirl lo rimllriu-
utl II of till) I'Olllt.
tW 1'nr furtlior pirlli'iiliirN iiiqulni of
Coiuiiilxkiuricrof Hnln J itllclun Jliillillii);.
A New Fad !
Picture mken In .MiimiihthiIo l'n.
tuiiit'H tit llvtliii'i'tl Ititii'i. '1 Im iniiiiticr
ol aiiMiiittiieitiHiilri'iiiy imiiln for elt
llnus mI 1 iihvh litito jour t:llliiK ami
iiiuklnx an Uimi1iiiiiu in
J. J. WILLIAMS,
102 Fort Strffl,
From a lurge and varied stock tho undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
(JontpriHttig California Hay, Harlcy, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Outs, Corn.
35 J" addition to our usual stock of these we are now
eunying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding propeitios and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
F L O XJ
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
No. lmr id ii .i. m.
Si, Vi, H "i '
UtpriiOOl (wnw, ll 11. i"
CllKll'h tlrj on ih -..
HAM, HAflOS. OllhltHK
t t VntUiti' tLiillHfi tfnictirti,
Omii Hint kw.-U'i GitKltib Oroin,
Mbhy. HcNell A llbby' Omonnd U-mxm.
Rn:hrdon A ttobbln' Cauu4 mtM
Pi. rtn iiu irii
1H autJ tft it. ..-.
a liifB ril
liAI'.OK STOCKS OK
Pluei'iiitcn fiiipplies. Hardware, Dry Gunda.
Grockery. Furoilnre. Etc.. Eic,
i lVC Oti HANI)
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
G. E. BOARDMAN,
Mill H AKW.NT Hull
GO TO TUK AN0UO11 HAI.OON.
;il.l,IA.M OUNNINilllll, MAN.
II aui'r of the Author Milium. I ki'i'i.
Int,' up Midi tlio tlm'. At thi' Anchor uu
nut "wtit jimrt'yi'' Hltli nu Oynler Cuck.
tail niul wali It tliiAii m (ill ti rriuliTliika.
tirg llfor Oiklr t'tK'ktail a kimiinlty
DarotlttuJ Ml' Hiii
I'ltinr " Pii. ip iirw ami t.f.
A rhnc rt if K.titig Moai
Sl "Star" Kerosene
AUGUST U, IS34.
Coniracncli-g at 2:30 l. M. Sfcrp,
S RAOES !
The Band will b in Attendance
. 80 Cents.
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In tbe Coming Races !
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IIICXTK't AND WALK Kit
WI1.I, UK THUMB . .
II. E WALKER,
A prut Honolulu, H. 1,
Cn mm Ins Block, Murelunt 8l.
WIELAND - EXTRA - PAL.E
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 CENTS
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