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1'1K UNDEK&IUNIJD HAVE UKEN APPOINTED BOLE AGENTS FOK
J Iheeo SiiKKUl'FHH and ere now prepared to receive orders.
Tbe gret advantages to bo derived from tbt use of tho National Oak
Khkkoiiem are tliormiglily L-rluhtisliod aud acknowledged by Planters
The lartfo uuuibfr o! Planters uslmf, them hi tbo United States, Cub,
Aigoutine U-piibllo, Peru, AiihlrAlia kdiI obowhoro, boar rituess to the
The use of the riiMBOOKh vory largely angnteuti tho quantity ol
the mill cau grind (;2. to 50,;), also tin- extraction of iuico (6 to 12).
it ii u great safeguard, making known at once tho presence of anj
pieces of irou, kUWcm from ears, or anything which would be liable to danugt
tie mill, Hint allowing amnio ttiuu to rttuovo smite before damaging the mill.
1'he Ssiusudeu in very strongly m.iJi , awl from tbo manner ol its opom
ton tt cuts or tcito tlnM piece of Wo"l oi iroa without oft-u breaking tho
riihuiUKit; nod if anything breaki, it ii simply eoiuunl tho knives or cutters,
rhich cuu bo quickly mid cconontiinlly replaced. Tho HlIKKDDBR, ah it
name indicates, tears tiiu caue into bIipMh of varying luugthv, purfoutly opoti
lug it and allowing tho mill to thoMti((iily xvm out tbo juiccu without rt
uirlnj; the iiuineupu extrn powor nOcemiuy to grind or crifdi the whole
rune. Tho KtihEDtihH Bjiroiidn the ahrodiled emu. uniformly mid evenly to
the mill roll, mid doe nvuy with the necessity of itiireudiug tho baganso by
bud between the mill, whtro regriuditij,' in uo. No greater amount of
Mler CupAuity is required to operate the Hhkkuukk than that which wa
"itllcleut for the null, for tho above reaioiin. Wo furulnh full working
itrawiugi for the installation of our riiiiihiniKKc, enablitiK auy comneleut en
tciueer to su.'CLKffully install aud stnrt them.
In ordering rimtKiUKK8 from t, pleiise send small sketch, triiowlng the
'intitfU;r aud width of the mill rolls with which blliiKDDkU is to bo connected,
abio tho sido (oitlier right oi left Itmid an oii face the delivery aide of thh
mil, njion which tho mill engine is loomed, also tho height from DiKir line
to router ol trout mill roll shaft, aud ilHtnueo center this shaft to front 'Uiil
of Intl Uu. These hi:eiu)KUs are now being used by tho llilo Hui Oo
id Uawi 5tlH, Kotiula, where they .ire giving gre.it sHiisfuotiou.
fJtT i'niHs aud (uittuir luriieultiu may be hail by Hi)ilying U.
WM. Q. IRWIN k CO., LU
"fc t tiilt Jttiit fin V Hnvniinn fpiiftt
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Roynolda. : Prop.
t'rtt Kl'IIUNK 11.
u imx m
CI IAS. 111! STACK.
IMl'OKIHIi AND DRALEH I.N
liaOCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
fresh California Roll Butter and Island Battel
10- ALWAYS ON HAND J3
Gocu! Heciived oy tvarj Steamer trora San Francisco.
ri-Ul)nction niHtiuwi Ulaod intrn
All Offlrrt U'.tlltilllr nlUiriil U)
1'iin itl anrl (ihckrit with catr
Lisiorj Hlocu, Kino S-iikki, IUt
Kout no Alrka Sthkktb.
iMMH rKI.KI'MoNKH !ilU
f u hox xn
LEWIS & CO..
Ill IfORT STKKKT.
imports. Wliolde 4 W Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Eresh Ootids by Every Calilornia Steamer.
ICK - IKMTSK - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Iilm" Ohio.u SouriTfi) jgTI E&" HtTi&rArrTiOM Qhahantkcu.
THE FOREiaiT DEPARTMENT
Tree -:- Kindergartens
On Monday, September 10th
-tf) o'clock a. M., Kt Kninift Hull, corner
of Nuiiixtiu mill t'oretaiiln itrcvi.
Mtm Hatnmli K. t-tii.nii, a (irlnulpil of
cvcrl jnri' exH'rliMici In thn elili
Ont Krro Klililvrifiirtuni of Kan KiiukiImmi
ulll li.ivo ("UihtvUkiii of tie work liero.
Klmtcrftatti'l) liunrxi from U to i'i. Till
A trtiltitiR oIok for Klmlrt:nrteiipr,
xltri tlirci' ufieriiiHiii nioiit encli t-uk
will lie urbanized by Mli lUniiimu, on
YiicwlHy, 8itHtu(ier I'lh. nt'J o'clock, In
tin-ch riHUii Nt Knitmi Hull.
Tuition tor luilnlni: n'n: 10 iwr tnnntli.
Atitillcutlunx fur mlniihkluii 10 tliu K mlr
Kafion or tralnliii; cIiihh may In) inttilo to
i m nrlnuiiiul, M(m hn.linuii, or to Mrs,
llnrint t'ntlo olciiinn, lltinnclal He-re
lary llinioltilit Kit-e KlnilerKnrloiin.
Ooratr Rnttl k rlDtumn StrMM
- OUOIOK OLD
Family Wines and Brandies
f (i itnx ur.
II. K. .VMN'lYRIi liKO.,
IttrilKTXtU MU OkL,H.' IK
Groceries, Provisions - and - Feed.
Nw 0U Kmwltml tiy Kvury I'm'fcet froli, Ulf KttNlxrb HlktHiiil Hllrt"
KUJCSII CALIKllKN'IA I'KOUUCE liY KVEKV STKAMKB
Ml tr,ur (Hitt.tnlly Htteii'ltrt 1o nn.l ilooit lvMrii ft n,
Phrt of th Olh KKKK
Iftl.lNI' IJUICA S)UUI1-KI
"'OH'I l Kt40 HTKKKTH.
W. W. AHAKA.
323 ITuuniiU Ocrwat.
Kn&lisb, Scoicb and AuieriCdD
Hlylr ii(l Kit (luitranceit
Oloauiiig & Repairing
lolD&! Tele. GG8. P. 0. Boi Hi
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
KHTI.MATKb AND CONTUACT8 N
AM, KINUB OK WOUK
Tito Stmr " W A1MAN Ai.0"
Will run reuulnrly tjftwewn thla purtAnd
Wululna, KHwalliapat, Mokulelo, Kua.
mil Hint I'ltulU on lite Iilnml of Oahu
For t fright, ttic, Aily to the CnpUln
Kort Btract t7 U
Iri'iulre l ottlcn of J
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
HlKfl Hi., Illl1rr ArltlIKU") HotMl.
63 "YeH-ra Old
lirjri MANAOKIt. (diu
B. I. rJHAW, i'roprlLtor.
and Fine Beer
iirm. 'ii:i,ki'Jioni: m.
Cor. King and Nuuanii Htrrct, Honolu'u.
(lornr KIiik A Nununn Kta.
Knw Wi.tkh, iiii Mnuniou
Finest oi Wiues It Liquors
Billiard Ac Reading Room
fRtK TO FATHOM.
CXrrVJJ-. TEIiSFIXOITS 873
AT THE ANCHOR
Pure 1flSr5 Milk Utesl Patterns in Suitings
KK-Mived by Rvp ry Hieumir
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE
FOR 3A.LiE3 l
DeliYertid Twice Daily Rind Up Both Telephones 12?,
ll A.NV I'AIIT OK T1IK OITY
Mntnil 507-TELEPUONES - Bell 4G0
IKRJ-lm 1' IHJJN Itr.ltO. I'rop
HO YWN KKIO it CO.,
II Miiuann Htit-fi
Tiusinitbs, Plnmhing, titc.
OliOaKKItY and OUbSWAUi:.
Oyatur Cocktails I
ttauur Brunnen I
Frorlerickuburt; Boor I
straight and Mixed Dtinks
Of All Klmla and Dent Quality.
Boutliwett Dnruar Kino ft Nnninn Bta
PUAUTinAL - GUN-MAKEU t
I bta to tiiforni hportlnK Men anil tlit
Ouneral 1'ulillu (hat i am prepared to IW
nnir ami HnmiTt owry duicrltitlon of
Firearms. (Juno, MB and KvolTPr
rSlitrKUgo IL&LprOSS, I lnK iIohm lu any bl.ade. KlniUiilaM work.
' ..i.nkliln nn..a.i,.ml nn.tfini.H MMini.itlr
; attendnl to
UNION HTIIKK'I. HONOI.IIl.U
Olvjii by the Lei Ilitnn Club at lu-
An enjojablo limo w,w had in (ho
pavilion at Indonotnloneo Park yoH
twrdny ovnnin, tliu occasion being n
souiafnnd dnnco by tho Lot Ilima
Club rotniIumntnry to Mts. Julian
Motisarrat, who Ii-awH for hnr homo
by tho sh'iuiior Kinatt on Ttu"day
nrt. Tho pavilion wai brilliantly
i'ltitnlnatoil with ul'lrip HkIiI. Tho
Qttintut Club, cousisting of soveu
moniborp, furumiii'il uiusm lor uatio
hi,'. .Ia. Holt, president and gen
eral manager of tho dub, was opM
luott3 in his cffortR to mako tho
alT.-iir a tmcco's. and to all appear
aiK-us ho did so. There wan a pretty
fair ntiuiber of couples aud dauuin
uni kept up until after midnight.
Toward 11 o'clock refreshments, con
fisting of icecream aud cake, were
served and were evidently appre
ciated. Tho Lei Ilima Club was organized
months ago for tho purpose of giv
ing monthly nocinN, but tho organ,
izaliou was somewhat reiuis recout
ly and this id tlie first social it ha,
givou in about two inoutlis, and it is
bopod that they will bo a little moro
t m m
Bow to Turn Uack tho Clock.
"What time is it, Mnggio?" said
John, with au tttieasy setiso that ho
ought to bo on his homeward way.
"I'll go and look." sho auswered.
Stepping quietly into tho kitchen
tho girl pushed tho clock hands back
an hour, aud returning, said, "It's
only half-past niuo by our clock;
you can stay an hour longer."
So Johu stayed, for lovers arc
never eager to part and ho needed
no coaxing. Tho next morning, how
ovor, ho overslept himself, and .Mag
gie's father, at his breakfast, having
missed tho train, ho intended to
journey by that day, wondered how
tho good old clock could have lost
au hour in tho night. But Maggie
didn't explain. Sho meant to set it
right again before going to bed, but
forgot, which shonsouco moro what
everybody should remember thai
wo can set back the clock, but wo
cannot set back tho time.
All tho sauio it is possible occa
sionally to regain lost thing, lu a
woman's letter recently received, 1
liud this sentence " Thnj tH mi I
look tm yrim yomiyr Ihan I did."
Aud if she felt as sho looked sho
was to all practical purpoes ton
ears younger. For, although a
clock face looks the intuo no matter
what timolt i,a human faco doesn't.
VVhii chuuues with tho condition of
tho "works," or the life behind it.
The letter goes on thus: "lu the
spring of 1880 I felt weak and low.
1 nail a had tnsto in the tnoutli and
a thick slimy phlegm covered my
mouth and tongue. 1 was sick in the
morning, rolchiug and vomiting a
watery iluid. 1 hail great pain in
the head and was very tnii.y, being
at limes so bud I could hardly stutid
utiou my feet. After eating the him
ulcst food 1 had dreadful pain in
my cheat, and a tightness across the
ehot mid suit's. For hours together
1 have sat before the lire rubbing my
chest to try and get relief. 1 hud
great paiti in the lelt idu and pal-
t illation of the hear', and could get
nit lilllo sleep at uf.litf oil account
"Gradually 1 grew weaker and
weaker until 1 could scarcely walk
about tho hou-e, and but for tho
necessity of attending to my family,
1 should have been laid up. .My life
was a bttrdeti and a misery to mo,
and I often wished myself dend.
"Sometimes heller and at other
times worse; this wm my general
condition for ten yearn, during which
long period of suffering 1 was treat
ed by tho doctor, and took every
kind of medicine I could hear toll of,
but trot no belter.
"In November, lS'.IO, I read in a
book of medicine culled Mother
Seigol's Curat io Syrup, and got u
bottle from Mr. E. Iiuuk, the diem
it. After I had taken a few doses I
fouutl my food agn-ed with mo bet
ter. 1 kept oil with the Syrup and
gradually gaiued btrenglh. 1 had
become so thin and emaciated
through all those year of Millcring
that it took time to fully restore mo.
Hut lam now tn btlter luulth Hunt I
tier vu in my life, and my recovery
has astonished my friends. They
tell me I look toil oam younger
than I did for taking the Syiup.
flow I wish 1 had known of it years
poouerl My husband and friends
had givou up all hope of tny getting
bettor, but uoue of us kuow of Mo
ther Soigel's Syrup.
"On mentioning to tho llov. E.
Harries, the Vicar of Christ Church,
what had wrought the cure, ho r.aid
I should write utid let tho iiroprio-
torn kuow what tho Syrup had done
for me, so us to beuetil others. You
may publish this statement as you
think proper and I will u'ladlv an
swer inquiries. Yours truly, (sigued)
(Mrs.) Eh.ibolh Greeuliulgh, 21,
Itutluud Street, Newlon, i'endle
bury (near Muuehester), May 11th,
Thus was this good woman en
ablednot to turn back her imuii
ual age, but what was better to re
cover the priceless treasure of
health, without which neither youth
nor age has auy comfort. Her uiul
ady was the sauio wretched indiges
tion and dysnepsia, tho curse of all
ages and nations.
"DAI NiPPor'LUCOL : homes
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
JiipI Recetred another tnrotceol
Japanese Fane; Goods
Plain and Figured Bilk and Crapa.
MORHIHG GOWNS $
Plain 811k and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cushions,
Rnibrotiiered 811k Tea Coslut
Tabic Covers, Bed Covera
811k Bashes. Neckwear.
Beautiful China Warel
Halad Bowls, Bon-bon Dishes,
nates, km., Kio., Kto
Silk and Cotton Palamas.
tings, Rlegant Lamp Shades,
Bamboo Canes, Lunch Basket,
Bamboo Valises, Japanese Trajr,
Rlc., RUi., Etc., Kto
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco. Proprietress.
Wholesale jf Retail.
i IXOUAIM. if"
WTVJS-f - - '-"
Kill, I, LINK OK
Japanese'.' Goods 1
Silk and Cotton Dress Gootk,
Silk, linn and Crape Shifts
-OK COMPMCTK 8T(H!K -
Made by Yaiuatoya of Yokohama
fW When you are In need of any line
of Japanese Goods, kIt us first eall and
?e koIur all around town.
Save Half the Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Bavins in Pigment.
Every painter should use Lucol in
stead of Linseed Oil, because:
1. Lucol is more duraUt than Linseed
2. I.ocol Is more tconomkal than Lin
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Six years of actual use In exterior
house painting in California (tho
most trying clitnnto for puiuls), in
tho burning heat of tho Arizona Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
tho Atlantic coast, huvo fully and
practically shown that Lucol nlwuys
outwears Linseed Oil under tho mono
conditions. All tho acid works In
San Francisco have discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lucol,.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF
Put strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucol puinls. The Linseed paints
are destroyed In a few minutes; tho
Lucol paints aro practically undirected.
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Drcrik up 1 lbs. paste white lead
in duo pint of Lucol,, and the same
quantity in ono pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints ou similar dark
surfaces for comparison. The Lucol
paint spreads as fur us and covers
much belter than tho Linseed paint.
To get equully good covering with tho
Linseed paint you have to use 2J lbs.
of while lead to ono pint of Linseed
Oil. Tills menus a saving of j lb. of
paste lead to each pint of Lucol used,
or G lb. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half the
llrst cost of the Lucou
Lucot, is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
est i W l'SM0Jk
ITOET. A IST,
309 Fort au, xu Custom 3Couo
"Stock Chief' 13,444.
Height, 16.3. Weight, 1,300.
Oahu Kailwa)' Land Co.
HKKKK.S THK rUHLIC
Another Great Opportunity
To Bncurv Motn tn Out of the Moat
rMllirhtful Locallttoa to b
found tn tho Paradla
of the Pstfttl..
trti n inurtv t. ha
Agents for the Hawailxo Islands
L. B. KERR'S
htnulr Chl.f, 11414: bv fitocklnv Chief,
)'k); hv Clark Chief, M; bv Manibrlmi
t'hlcf II; hy .Man lirlno l'nyiimtt-r by
Mniuli lliobv Inipnrled lleiccnior: Stock
Cli'vl'seamlt D.ill bv Antar 41 W; by Al
moiil :u; by Aluxundurs Ablalah, 10; by
lliimhlctoulnn. 10: by Abdlluli, 1; by
M'ttiilxiuobv ImporUd MfyneiiKer. "I.'ko
lii-i;lH Like." llrecd to the best.
Terms Cash. Fee 825.00.
ra. Further Information can be on
A. K. HOW AT, D. V. 8.,
I0l tf.ffl tf -M King Street,
HiHim at )loiiiiKcr'sHhjelntrHbiip,
'.nrn trMi near Port,
JOHN T. DROWN,
i )nlur In Jlnwallnii nml Knrnli;u I'obIh
. blttiiips. I', 0. llox til, lluiiolutii.
Ul .life and 'Jl imtMin- Wsntinl I
III el Watt lint nail Juwrlry Wntt'
(lid iloid Hint hllviir Wanton
ttr niuhoft hies pmi jn
1M Klnir Btrout, Cornor of Alakou.
I(lfliet prli'os itlvi'ii for llniiHtil unit I'mimI
i llimullnu Klninps In uii'Iiiiiiku fur ntli'r
ciiillilrli'B inmi iirai-riH iipprovui Biii'fiM,
Bliects forwardi'il to any purttif tliu islands
on application with tonu irfrrcnro.
J 1 . 11 Is epen to meet any collectors hy
Was Jt Prophecy?
"They did not stop to submit
these changes to the popular vote,
but nsMimi'd for their own n'fcom-
blago of oligarchs, controlled by u
united majority of self chosen mem
bers, the full power to form the
organic law of their country -nu as
sumption without precedent and
without repetition in tho history of
constitutions, nud utterly subvemivo
of the fundamental idea of Wpul
ISniTOii l!in.i.i:riN: -
Tim above is history, and relates
to the reconstruction of romu an
cient rebelliniiH nation, It would
seem to lie prophecy, if It had con.
tallied this iucoiitcMnhln proof of
inspiration; "They alo attuned the
nHtoiiiidiug right to place over a
Uepublie (?) au Kxeeutiveand Oouti
eil in whom the people had no part,
voice or lot. Hawaii.
tstate of F. 8. Pratt, Deceased.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
PU118UAXT TO AN OKDKK OK THK
lliiiiorablo Henry K. Cooper. Hecon.l
JudKH of tliu Clrrult Court of tlio First Cir
cuit, ilcpubllu of Hawaii. In tbo matter of
tliu Kstute of K. K. Pratt, deceased, made
mid entered nu tlio Kith day of September,
1'I, the uiiilvrslK' cd, a CummtsIoner op
pol ited for that purpoo by said order of
hiild Circuii Jiiiltso, will h II at publlu anc
tlon. to tlio hluliust bidder, certain real
entiitii of tliH buld F. H Pratt deceused,
urH'Tiiiuu hi hiowb:
The premises ut Walklkl, Honolulu,
Oahu, dohuilbed In tlio folio Iiir deeds, re
cur id in the Huwuilan Iti'KUtry of L'ou
veyiiiieea, t : Peed from h. II Allen to
I' H. Pritt dined Juno A, 187J, recorded In
Hook .17, iMn;eH!JaniliJi I 'ceil fiom H.
Giles to F.H. Prutt dated March 30, 1H7H,
ricor 'cd lu Ilnok Al, ano 'JiH ami '."J5.
The Mile will luke ii'iien ut tho f tout door
of i he Judiciary HiiIi.IIiik, lu Honolulu, ut
noon on TUUsDAY tho Oth day of i'ut(
btr, 1WII. Upset price, l5,uue. Terms
tush, In U. K. cold culu. halo wuliji et to
CMiillrmatlou hy the sala Circuit Court
Deeds mi oxpeiiMi of purch Her.
rorfiirth r Informutl i oiuinlrn of tho
undortlKiicd ut tliu Judiciary building tn
Djlud Honolulu, Hept. 13. 'S"t.
I HAVE JU8T UKCniVKI)
LAItOK ASSOIITMKNT OK .
anl Latest StjMes.
THC8E 0001)3 WILL
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Snltl
- AND AT -
For Sale I
lined hut little. As good ax new. Sold en
account of owner leavliiK the country
av ('ail or addri"s
107 KImk Btruet.
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERR, - Impoiitkk,
CLEARANCE SALE OF
Clocks, Watches and Jewehy !
rpiIK KSTI11E 8 TOOK. OK 0I.00K8,
A tsatrliui nd Jewelry 't tbo under
Mened will bo dlpi ed of ut p Ices never
boforo dreamed of.
0. HOCK CHOW,
1.1, P Kit RONS WHO HAVK
V Wnti lies or Clo kit In my puss sslun
for repairs nro hen by not'lleil to mil mid
KUtthoin within one inontli from this date,
otherwlt-e the v v, 111 In told
tm- All bills iiKalust C. Hock Chow
111 be pnld on prro tutinn; mid those
wh'iuro Indebted to him nro rcijuiHtedto
come nnd pay tlio au.imniH of ibeir I I 1 h
11X0 -Jw 0. HUOK. OHOW.
ASSIGNEE'S -:- SALE!
The Entire Stock
As a healthy resort Pearl City baa
already established an enviable reputation.
Many good cltttcns In this community
have experienced the wonderful effect pro
duced by a few days sojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and give grateful testi
mony to the relief they hare almost In
stantly gained from severe and long con
tinned attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the climate of Pearl City
recommend It as a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
and can be liicreasnl to meet tbe iineds of
a iopulatlon equal u the largest city Id
Paor. A. J), livoss of Oahu College Is
our authority for stating that the water
supply Is the purest yet dlm-overed In this
Special Indncemenij, to Early Snttlers:
Kor ninety days from date we will sell
LOTS ON 6PKCIAL. TKKMS favorable to
bona-fide settlers. Kor a term of three
mouths from date, lumber and all build
ing materials will be supplied, aud deliver
ed at Pearl City at muoh lower price than
ever before obtained.
Kor further particulars, call at this ottic
or on any of the lumber dealers In this
city. Those who now own Iota as well aa
those who propose to become residents of
that growing city, will do well to embrace
this opportunity. Those who avail them
selves of this offer, within tbe time named,
will be entitled to, abd will receive the
Kor terra of ten years, this Company
will carry such residents and their families
from Pearl City to Honolulu in the morn
Ing arriving little before seven o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City in the
aveuing leavlug Honolulu station a little
after tire o'clock, for ten cents each way,
rate less than one cent per mile. The
rates on all other passenger trains running
dunug the day or night will be IK ceuts
per mile first class, and 1 cent per mile
A good school Is about to be opened In
the Peninsula, in the flue, large, new
school-boiiHO erected by Mr. J. T. Water
house. Uehldeuts living at Pearl City
heights, above Pearl City station and
those having homes ou the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular ualus
between Pearl City stations to and from
Those who waut tocontlnne to send their
children to schools in Honolulu, can have
transportation on all regular trains to and
from Pearl City, for the purposo of attend
ing school, at llvr cunts each way fur each
pupil. This is equal to 21 to 2U miles ride
for teu ceuts.
Equal Inducements for those desiring to
secure homes in this country huve never
before been ollered to tho public.
This Company has been requested from
abroad to unme the price of all their un
sold laud In that locality,
Should a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, nooportuulty like llin present
would again occur for the purchase ol
homes at Pearl City,
Wll.l. NOP IIK KKHPO.sHIIIhK KOIl
X liny bill contracted hy my sun, 1,'Milu
Mliger; neither Is he. iiuthoilicd to collect
money ur ocelot bills for inn,
MltH. Hi NO Kit,
Honolulu, Hept. 4, tbUL. Wit Uw
WENNEK & CO.
WILL, UK SOLI)
Regardless of Cost.
For Local Nuwb
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