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FRIDAY, NOV It!. IWM
Kkihw, Nov. III.
Am lik (ID Itmuit, JncnWii, IUilny from
Hlnir JiiincM M-ukec friiin Kimni
Hchr lleeln Ironi Knliie'iknlllu IV
-i... i itiiii-iiii
FriimYi Nov. 111.
Sttnr Kofliiliini fur thu Mnlukal U-por Set-
tlPMittilni.il ji in
Btmr Klnnii fur .Mmil nml llmvull nl 2 p in
Cargoo from Ialnnd Porta.
l.lmrJm Mnki-u KOI Ihikh Mitf.ir, l.iili:i;i
Kroin Kiiunl. xr Httur.lie. Mukee, Nov tlj
Win Hliil-ili-ll ninl juliililrcn.
For Mnnl ninl llnw ill. ht linr Khun,
Nov III Yoli-ntin: SIIi Tucker, It Tueker.
Mrs II K lvU, .Millie Ijiynix. Mm l' A
llmwti uiiil mm. VWiy ikiiik: .1 A Heuit
Rtul wife, Mli Porrv, Clin Kiwllltnj, II H
Kwliij;. A Mun, V M Mil), M-i.l N Id I, In
on Ami j;lrl, I'ullinr .lii'.ies .Sinn Parker,
Mrt Ker-ier. .Mr II .1 I'urkor, elillil mill
n-rv.nl. A Muore, lf. , u.illd timl rer.nut,
II I' l)illlii;liiiin, I M (Mt, .1 K NiiIiiii nml
Tin" UiKr'inl til thu Oceanic lmrf netr
tin- Port Surveyor' uiliiv I liulng repaired.
Tim Imrk (' I). Ilryiml, Cnptiilii Jneoli--en,
vvjk ti'lcili(incil alii o'clock lliU mum
llii;, ninl rmixi Into jmrl nt '! o'clock this
almni ion. Shu li (nun Hun I'niiirl-eiiwitli
n i;etienil enrn nml whs nlxiiit nineteen
LORAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho skirt (Iniu'o wan vxiMMitml on
thu gaiiK plnnk of thu S. S. Mrtri-
Thnro will ho n rnnil Merenpti
con exhibition at thu Y. M. (J. A.
tliia ovouiiiK tiutler thu auspices of
Thu InrtfeH ruKmrtmnnt of fall
worntui! Koodn in ilniili, nt ripen and
noliil colorM, van bo fun ml at N. S.
Snclut, Fort atrcut.
Tho color of tho water coining
through tho anrvlco pipun aililit
oiiiplm'in to what tho Pacific llard
waro Company ayn elimvluru.
Tho Christian Mlsiion tout is tip
anil furnished with chairs for tho
opening ineotinj,' to niltt. It in at
Klehanlsnuil Merchant streets.
Tho While, Star ntoamor Coptic in
at present nt Holfant, umiortfoiiiK ah
vxtunalro ovorhnul prior to taking
up nor uuw running in tbu China'
San Francisco trmlo. Syilnry 7VO
uraph. Mary Trash wuxnontuncoil to sixty
ilaya' iinprisontuont nt hard labor in
tho District Court to-day for violat
ing a suction of thu Hoard of Health
regulations. Mary noted an appeal
to tho Circuit Court.
T. II. Walker, Uritish Vice Consul,
anil Captain May of II. li. M. S.
Hyacinth, were presented to I'resi
(lout Dole and tho Cabinet this
morning by Commissioner Hawen
Tho baud played tho British national
U. II. Harrison, practical mtuiu
and organ maker anil tuner, can fur
nish ImhI factory references. Order
left at Hawaiian Now Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
Kuarnutefd to Im th" untile is done
Tho storm of yoMordny was a
dandy. It does not neein to have
stopped. To-day it li cloudy. If it
iloeu not clear up it will rniu. If it
rains again tho water will be muddy.
Muddy water is uuhealthy. You
need a filter. Get one from tho
ilawaiiau Hardware Co.
Ah Yee was lined SJiO In the Dis
trict Court to-day for attempting to
brilM) Lieutenant Hart of tho Police
force by utloring him $IM to release
him. Ah Yeo was arrested on Nov.
11 for gambling. His case was con
tinued from time to time, and fiuully
ho pleaded guilty and took his dose.
Tho steamer James Malice, which
arrived this morning from Kauai, re
ports rough weather along that
coast. Tho steamers Iwalnni, Mlko
kala and Polo were at Hauamaulu
when tho James Makee left. Boist
erous weather wan experienced at
Makaweli, so tho Iwalani and Polo
had to go to Hauamaulu to dis
charge. i i
Til UK IIKI.II AT
November 29, 1894
Commencing at I O'clock P. M.
1-1 Mile; Miililcn (scrutcli), tt anil M
2-!i -Mil; (ipcii(HrrntL-li)i M irlu.
3-1 Mile; .Novlio (liiinilii-up), lit ninl M
41 Mile; Open (Immlli-ip); IM nml 'J,
6-Ji Mile; Hoys iniiler l.'i unr, M nml
!!-, Mtlo, (in iM'rutrli); ll prlrr.
71 Mile; i-iiiiiiuliii'liem (-iniuli); l-l ninl
8-.I Mllu Hum' i'Ii M iirlr, Itnn lmr I ro-
iili) ;'.M prlt, (Inlil Meilul .In I iirue,
Silver .Meilul. '
'I'lin I'lilninrc lei fur the '.'!, llli nml Dili
rni'eh l ), nil tlitiulkirr l
Kill rlen run fiuw liu intiile nt lln l')i'lir),
111" Kill)! HlH'itl, wleie lilnnk- fur Iliu pu
piM'Uiili Im nliinlliiil. Tin' imlilo
i'Iiiiw en WIIHM'XiAY, Niivmiilmr .'I,
IVII.IIt .HlVllK'k I'. M
Kull pnrtloiilum uf I.'m- hi Mllu lto.n
lUvn tu hike plmoon Siiiirilii) ulli'iiiiMJii.
.NtiVenilM'r'.'llli, will beitlwil luter. Il!l tl
local awd anraAXi mews
Men's Shoes, $1.50 up.
M. S. Levt.
Special meeting of Loilani Boat
Club on Monday evening.
To-day's paper contains tho pro
gram of tho bicycle races.
J. F. Nolan and wife have gone
on a visit to the rainy town.
Bicycle lamps aro for sale by H.
E. Walker, agent for the "Clove
land." There were six passengers for tho
Volcano by tho Rinau this after
noon. Do not forget tho annual meeting
of tho Library Association this
Chief Justice Judd and wife will
board tho steamer Kinau at Makena
and go to llilo.
Queen Victoria's recognition was
dated from her Scottish retroat,
Kmbrolderies, largo Hue, Ham
burg and Swiss.
M. S. Levt.
You will miss a good time if you
stay away from thu American
League's anniversary ball.
Several loans wore given to-day
in native homes in honor of tho
birthday of King Knlakaua.
I). F. Dillingham left on tho Ki
nau this afternoon for Hilo. He
will return on tho same boat.
Menilxirs of tho Thistle Club aro
informed of important business to
bo done at this evening's mooting.
Gardner K. Wilder, aftor a short
visit to his former home, took pass
ago on tho Kinau to-day for Hilo.
Misses Lillybridge and Bidwel),
who aro at Hilo, will return to Hono
lulu on tho next trip of tho Kinau.
Forty head horses and mares will
bo sold by J as. F. Morgan in Dow
sett's yard, Queen street, at noon to
morrow. rostmaster-Ueueral Uat left on
tho Kinau for Hilo on matters of
business. Ho returns by tho same
The Ilawaiiau National band will
give a concert at tho Hotel this
evening, in honor of King Kala
Natives aro being arrested in tho
outer districts for non-payment of
taxes. At Kahana two wore locked
up this morning.
Georiro S. Smithies is now organ
ist of Knutnakapili Church, and giv
ing much satisfaction to tho mem
bers of tho congregation.
Mr. Levey will sell another lot of
goods from thu shipwreck at noon
to morrow. His last sale for tho
wreckers was highly successful.
Thu award for tho truss rods and
bolts for tho now Nuuanu wharf
shed was given to the Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Company.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nutinuu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms: 25 and o0
cents per night; SI and $1.'2T per
Tho Uolomua observed tho birth
day of King Kalakaua by suspend
ing publication to-day. At noon
the management treated its em
ployees to a collation at thu ollico.
At tho last meeting of tho Scot
tish Thistle Club, thu Uth Inst., it
being thu Prince of Wales' birthday,
''God Save thu Queen" was sung as
a closing odo instead of "Auld Laug
Arthur Johustouc, uditor of tho
Star, and K. Towse, uews editor of
the Advertiser, will divide tho orato
rical honors with C. L. Carter, law
yer, at tho American League's auul
versary. The Japanese womau whoso hus
band tried to deport her ou tho S. S.
China did uot go. The doctor of
the China would uot pass her, as ho
was satisfied she was uot iusauu as
thu husband claimed.
Henry Schloth, thu scenic artist
of tho Daiioy Stock Co., and John
Howard, tho stage manager and
carpenter, did uot leave by tbu Mari
posa. Both have been uugaged for
work at thu Opera House and resi
dences. Master Cyril Tyler, tho American
boy Boprauo, will pass through Ho
nolulu in March ou his way to Now
York from tho Colonies. Wray
Taylor is arranging so that this
womlerlul singer can bo board iu
this city duriug tho steamer's stay
Alt Chow, the Chinaman who was
tried yesterday in tho District Court
for assault and battery by throwing
a pail of hot water over a Jap on
thu Japanese Emperor's birthday,
was acquitted this uiomiug. The
evidence wont to show that the Jap
was laboring under a saki load and
knocked over thu pail of hot water
It. !C. Aruudell. first, and Mr. Phil-
lips, second officer of tho Canadian-Australian
joined thojliouedicts at Sydney, Oct.
11. Tho sniiiniuu iu tho harbor was
decorated with bunting in honor of
tho double event. Ou thu last voy
age of tho Warrimoo to tho Colo
nies the cabin passengers presented
each of the above officers with a
puree of sovereigns as a wedding
The members of tho Board of
Health and others will leave for thu
Leper Settlement on Molokal at tl
o'clock this evening by thu steamer
Keaiihou. The party will return on
Sunday. The steamer Keauhou took
iu coal to-day and will start ou her
liri-t iuter-islaud trip at t o'clock this
evening. Captain l.e Claire will go in
command of her for thu trip. Thu
Keauhou will return ou Sunday
morning. The Iwalani was to have
gone but she did not arrive to-day
from Kauai as expected, being de
tained at Hauamaulu by rough
The Sporting Case Hung Up Auhl
Cited lor Contempt.
It was nearly a quarter to 1 1 o'clock
last night when the trial of W. M.
Cunningham, for carrying a sporting
gun without a license, ended. It
concluded in a hopelessly divided
jury. Mr. Peterson roso to address
the jury at 7:10 and spoke for '2.
minutes. Mr. Kinney followed for
the prosecution, speaking an hour
and five minutes. Judge Cooper
took a few minutes to instruct the
jury. There was no law point in
volved, he said, and tho law prohi
bited tho Court from advising the
jury as to tho evidonce. It was
purely a question of facts which
they had to decide for themselves.
The jury retired at J:20 and after
an absence of an hour and a quarter
returned to report their disagree
ment. K. F. Bishop tho foreman
said there was a question with some
jurors as to whether tho interest of
the defendant detracted from the
weight of his evidence. Tho Court
replied that tho defendant's evi
dence was entitled to its full weight,
and they must judge for themselves
between both sides as to thu respec
tive credibility of evidence that con
dieted. Then tho jury went out to
take another ballot, and returning
in eight minutes reported that they
still disagreed. They were dis
charged, Judge Cooper, in consider
ation of tho long trial they had sat
through, excusing for one day all
who said they wished to bo excused.
There were some entertaining
passages Iwlwccii the opposing
counsel. Mr. Kinney twitted Mr
Croighton for sensitiveness when
the Holomua was mentioned as
having prejudged thu case. As a
reprisal Mr. Croighton tried to get
in a citation of tho Advertiser for
contempt ou the samo ground.
Hugh Galbraith, a witness from
Ewa, caused a humorous sensation
by contradicting Mr. Kinney in a
roioronco lie mauu to mm.
J. It. Souza is on trial for assault
and battery, the following jury sil
ting: C. M. V. Forster, J. J. bgau,
W. L. Hopper, J. C. Qiilun, C. W.
Gray, F. Hustaco, F. Philp, Petor
High, E- M. Marshall, J. M. Tracy,
J. Weir Robertson nud J. M. Webb.
Deputy Attorney-General Robertson
for prosecution; V. V. Ash ford for
dofendaut. J. M. Camari is acting
as Portuguese interpreter.
Judge Whiting has granted tho
petition of Ah Kima, to bo appoint
ed guardian of thu property of his
minor son, AH Hoy. .Magoon lor
J. A. Magoon has made return and
account of sale of real estate, and
petitions lor order couiirmmg sale,
in the bill in equity for partition of
C. W. Booth ami Kaonoul and Ka
hauu, minors, by their guardian,
Kaohinl, and Kaohiai, agninM Ka
malokai, Ku LliU! and W. P. Aknu.
Thu property was sold at auction to
G.W. Booth for $i:suo.
J. A. Magoon has rendered his
second account as guardian of
Rebecca Pnuuo Huuuku, a spend
thrift. Receipts are $lt'J7.:tl, and
expenditures f.12t1.77, leaving n bal
auco of ?"i2.ri7.
Isabella A. Achi by her attorney,
V. V. Ashford, has filed a cross peti
tion to that of her husband, W. C.
Achi, wherein ho asks to be relened
from the order to pay alimony. Shu
asks that ho be cited to show cause
why he should uot be adjudged in
contempt for having defaulted with
alimony. Contemporaries have pub
lished tho ludicrous statement that
Mr. Achi had himself ''revoked" tho
order for alimony.
A Strong Horse
IS TDK KUM'l.T Of I'MMt
01 Will rKKII . - .
A PKESII SUIMMA
Hay and Grain
lust Arrived per "8. (I. Wllilfr."
OAM, AND SKK US.
CALIFORNIA PEED CO
Corner U.iieen A Nuiittiiii HU
Both Tki.kimiovks 121.
"King of Trump"
'I lie nliovi' I. mil'- nri-
A well-made mut li-iiiiiilully lln
i luli-il, mill are clit-ui ut the low
H. E WALKER
TiiK asm i, mi;i;timi or Tin;1
1 IIiiiiiiIiiIii l.lliritri ninl HmhIiiik IIimiiii
Ah-ihiIiiiIiiii ivlll lie lielil li1 l.ilirurt Hull mi
Kill HAY, Nov HHIi, nl Tn m. A full
Nllellilillien U reiiie--lii, ll Im llie nl im
liorliuiee will hu irmi'iu'iiil, int-l ul Hit; t Im
t'leclliili nf Tru.lii"- in iervii lur Ilin en
. bitinu -ur. li. a i'au.mi;i.i:h,
I llfti-Ol fewieinry,
it. L. Cheuvront
15 Yoars with Salt Rhoum
Mood's Sortaparllla Gave a Perfect
"CI. Hood ft Co., I aj ell, Mm j. i
" Hood'i !iAM.imrlll.i li nn Cf llcnt merilcln.
1 Ii.kI ccicmn In my left eg (or rtttreu year.
1'artof llif lime my Itgnnj one mnn ol soul,
ami nbout etery tek cemil'lleii imld a.itlier
under tint skin nnd (lie icabs would duugli OH.
Tho Itching and Burning
ermtlon made me jiillvrliidcictltiablo agonlrj.
I spent a great Hc.il ol money fur itliferent rem-
rdlr tint did tint tet relief. Atxitit n ye.ir neu.
ii-niiing i'Mifi.i!n bhiiicii me m i.-iku iiuuui
htillrl.iti ftdtlvpd tni til Inku I loud
;;' i i. l ': .; .:::- . ..:":: :. i .-.
luiuiunuu uttia wikcu uiv uui-
tlci. Now all the lore-., icahs anil pain h
mulshed nnd I run enjn)lng ptrftct health. I
think HnndM Rarj.ipalllh li lecond to miiii nnd
el idly recommend It to nil hiiII.'iIiik liiim.inlty."
M. I.. Ciir.iviiu.sT, Lcmunl, Missouri.
Hood's Plll net easily, )et proindly und
efflcleiitly.uii the III or and IiomcIs. uic.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Ho!)- Agents fur Hi"- Kepuhllo of Hnwnll.
Good things need not lu
liih-priccil, there art! certain
priceM, thougli, below which
no goorl, honest article can he
Hold tt ose are onr piieuH
what we call Quick iSuleH and
.Small 1't'olit price-. II" yon
pay U'k.4 yon can rest assured
yon get less. These are hon
est statements that economi
cal buyers know are you
one of theinV If not. why
Call and see those inagnili
cent Cotton (Jrcpcs in liven
ing Shades. Nothing hind
stiiner or better was ever
offered in the market at our
price.-, "And i here) nu are."
(So tluough the Colored and
Figured Cotton Ducks, the
(liughaniH, Oxfords, Calicos,
Colored 1'Ycnch Oryandii's,
Black French Lawns, Imeu
Lawns, pick up whatever you
wilt and but a moment's in
spection will convince you
that if you pay le-s you will
If you want to
'o to the
Volcano the one bidding the
largest nuiuber oi our checks
will get the round trip for
nothing. Kemeinber this
We are slashing the prices
this week on WOOLKN
SHAWLS, making room for
our immense stock of
i3rWc want your trade
and will have it if goods and
prices arc an object to you.
H. F. RIILKKS & CO.
i. i). jusi:s.
i: A. .IONK.1.
Safe Deposit and Investment Co,
mi. mi km; i hiuhr.i.
hAI'Ks of Viirinu- slzi-a for Jtenl li Urn
Mulilli or Yi-iir.
VAIil.Ts u.i'ii (rniu H:;ui . h. until I
I-, m. iki-uit mi halnrikn- wlien they will
he i-Iiim i nl J v. M,
i 1 1 1 1 y nml fAi nr-t-i'lii'-. SIlH'Ks
nml liilMlis nml iniiki mlvmii'i's nu miiiii
I'Plllv ASM VI. MKK'IINU OK W 1 1 ..
1 HUM- SltiMrllll' l'nMI'Nt , I.IWITHI,
wl I li lie il hi lie C .li.i.iny h iillUn, In
II. nnlii'ii, MONUAY, .Nhvi'IiiImt I'l, Ib!i,
ill .il,.'ilml. h. in S. II, HUMK,
llnliillillll, NnvelMliet III, IKII. ltM-7l
Beginning on November 1.
18!M, I intend giving my
Customers a chance to win a
Bri.e ami not only One Prize
On next THUU&DAY,
November 1st, every Man,
Woman or Child who buys
$1.00 worth of goods at my
Store (Temple of Fashion)
will be presented with a Cou
pon Ticket, and on December
liOtli, the person holding the
largest number of Tickets
will be entitled to the Hiivt
l'ri.c, and this Prize will
Finest Silk Dress Pattern
in our Store.
iiiimber of Tickets
An Elegant French Cash
mere Dress Pattern
will be given.
Prize will be an
Ostricb Feather Fan
Vitlmil nt $10.
ami the Fotuth Pre will be a
Fine Pair of
Vllllleil Ht VW.
The people of Honolulu
have imtroni.cd the Tkmci.k
k Fashion liberally since
its removal to the new qiiur
tcrs at ft IJ Fort street, and
the Managers appreciate this
hence tlicce Pri.eS. There
are probably one hundred la
dies in Honolulu who will
buy enough Dry (Jootls be
tween November 1st and De
cember 21th to win one of
the above Prizes. Our stock
is new and has been carefully
selected for the Winter Holi
day Trade especially is this
true of our Dress Patterns.
We have been to an inlinite
amount of trouble but suc
ceeded iu getting the latcbt
shades and most beautiful de-
uigus; mis applies to our
Silks and Cashmeres. Our
Ginghams, Lawns, White
Muslins and Flemish Lawns
are the equal (both iu price
and quality) of those sold by
uuy bouse iu Honolulu ; also
Hlack Satins and Silks a spe
cialty. Christmas Goods,
Toys, etc., iu cndlcbs variety.
Gloves that lit like the paper
on the wall.
And remember that, for
every iSl.(M) worth of lioods
you buy you get a Coupon.
All these Puzes will
lie sliowu in our window
Temple oi Fashion
Mil TOUT STItKKT
M.ll. Siiaa. .
J I ."I ol'KShL) AT
1ST. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Sti-eot , : : Honolulu.
Si I kolines ! Silkolines !
An t-livatit n rtini'iit In ripnrwl ami Solid Colors.
A new ii-ortinent of i-ntui nml SnMn Kslise lllbbons, nrpity oilil slisdei for Fancy Worlr.
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
Cuiltlstllll! ! SlHIII-.l 111.- TH I llltll-, ,,.,,, ., II B.
Trav ( InlliK. Hid" lloar.l Seurf-. Splnshera, Doyllis, Ktfl.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
In l.ilit lll-if. I'mk, l.i-iliiirn, ireiiiii, l.is-eiider ami Carillnil.
Cardinal Cotton Duck. White Matting Cloth,
Ju-it the thlii) for jil'e' Cosluinei-.
JSTEW FALL "WORSTED DRESS GOODS!
In tin- Intent I'luM nml tit'le. tul a full ? -ortuient of
SOLID COLOH WOUSTBD Dltl'SS (JOODS!
In all the Inte-it lmile.
HIRES' ROOT BE3HIR..
rr is v iiomj:maii-: and iiomk.makinu iikvkuauk.
L It i vi-ry cm-ily ui'i;irt'il, anil if tin plain ilirectiiiim uru
(nlliiwi'il, it will nlwii In- kmhI. livery iiii'IiiIht nf tlm funiily,
(mm tin) Imliy to tin.- Kriinilfutlii'r, cmi enjoy IIiiikh' Ituor Ukku,
nml I'Vi'ty nun nf tliviu will liavo hotter liculth fur curh hwullow
lln-y inkf. It iiiipiiivi thu appetito, jMiritles tliv lilooil, anil
tniiei- Hie wlmle nyKlein, Chililien erpieiiitly ilelilit in Hint:'
ltnui lli.r.it. I Im prep.irulinii inlerivtH tliein, ami it umi iloeu
llu'lll J.'iMiil. Ill tlmilMillili nf llillllfr, "IIIIIKh' Klior IlKKIt tllilt
innllier iiimle," will In- niiinn I lie liuppieel rci'ollot'tiiiim uf
I'liilillnmil It rli'inii-o tin- i-vrli-in n( the piiiriuiuiiH hiliiiorn thill
ih velup in kiilney nml nrimiry ili-ini-i'H, nml in fact, in any ciimi
lli.il arirt'A fmiii an impure -l;ite uf the IiIikhI.
Nii-tiuetly unileri-lauil Unto' linor IIckk ih wltlnmt mliilte
r.iliiui nr any eheiuii'iil nr nrlilninl mlinixluie we prow it il in
t ii.it tc iu our open l.almriitnry. Nn Merit piiieeci-. We tnke the
l'e.-t lleilii ami KimiIk.Im.jI tin in ilnwn, Imttle ihein nml tcml
tliein In you. I'erlnipH there ihii't niiolhei Knot Heur I..ilioru
liny in tin-eiMinliy open in pulilie ye. Kveryhmly known IIiiikh'
Itimi IIki.Ii i-lieiiiienlr. e.m'l upproaeh u.it tire. Will you Use
u.ituial Unlit liter anil Milihfy xmu llur-t anil i-treugthuu yum
Imily, nr will you line nilihii.il Knnl Hi er to iiivo a few pnuuiei
mill rilill Vi.lll henltll? 'I'heie ii- leu llllli'r il lillli'h HlllKH' ltUUT
llKKIt until til. in all other Knot lleei eMr.ietr uouiliiiiuil.
lI.omtoN' Oiti'i; Co.mi'an'y
Uknsox, Smith tt Company
ICoi.ustki: l)i:ij (Jo.mi'any,
Lewis it Company
National Cane Shredder
PATEN I'KD I'NDEU THE LAWS
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iiik wiimleiful t.i.iril ..I iln woikiiiK nf Hi. NATIONAL CANE S.11KE1)-lll-.H,
Hindi war. eieilul i.y ihuli wnrki. at the I'tiiiiiiiuiicuiuuitl of thu cron
jiifl h.irvui-liil . '
" DuriiiK the pi-t w.ek Hie Hi!,, SnB,ir C.uipauy'H mill cxeeeileil any of
Hi- loiinei reennU l.y 1...u.k tin I'J.'i linurh yriiiiliuj,' with an outiuUof a001
tnin-. I hi.- in Hilly III p, 1.1 ut i, re Hi. 111 th, hi-rl work of former vearn
" heihi.e r.;lli-i null I,, um .' in. hy Til .... ami thu two rullur'nilll llU in.
iy in 111. lln lii-t mill lining ilu- iiiiii.uni of work in an elmjiuut nianiier
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prep.1111t.1111 nl tin' 1
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" Ami l.y iu 11-1 He 1 mm, tmu hm. heou increuneil from II peieent to .1 iier
.nt on .ill km. U ..1 ..in. ami in miiiii- imm Ml penviil li.t l.een rwieliwl :
llti ai r.lj;e In iii 7-1 In 7 pi li 1 nl, .leeiililuiK to l(u ,hty.
" I eoui.iiu. t,. iiuil ilu m..l;iii. from el.reitileil eanu lietlir fuel than from
" I In -iir.il.l. 1 h.i- I..-, n w,.ikn.n ! umi nilil f.,r .-even month,, ami Im
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ri l.iii. nml pei-ini..iiiuii nl ihee shieihlern may luinen at thiiotllooof
WM, Q. IRWIN &l CO., L'd.,
at All Times
OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDH.
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