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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, September 15, 1875, Image 4

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FROM LIVERPOOL.
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Tbit is an action of ejectment for the possee
ion of the premises npon which the troTemment
buildings are sitmleJ. commonly called Mililani.
The plaintiff claims title as follows : That
preriocs to the rear 1829. Mannia. and his wife
Kaapena.) both of whom were chiefs and retain
ers of Kamehameba II. on coming from Hawaii
to Oman with the Kin. settled npon this lot. it
beinc at that time anoccapied. In I $2? Manuia
and Kaapena went with Boki on the Sandalwood ! 'JDK GoTernment.
Noble and Representative of the people in
Lrgislatire Council assembled, and baring been
aarviullj considered, it was
Resoivetl ; That the same are hereby approved ;
and it is enacted that from the date hereof, all
claims for landed property in this Kingdom shall
be tested by those principles, and according to
them be confirmed or rejected. Kamkbikiiu.
Keo.xi Ax a.
Council House. Honolulu, Oct. 26th, IS 10 "
Neither Kaupena. Namauu. Kekuanaoa nor
any person receired an award for this lot, (ex
cepting the portions comprised by the royal
patents above mentioned) thooirh the coaosel
for the plaintiff, after their case had closed,
showed the C'onrt kcopy of an application for an
award of this lot by Namaan.
The Lam) Commission, however, did not award
it ; and by the force and effect of the Statutes
abore quoted, it must be considered to still b-
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or naore at once.
expedition, from which Kaapena returned, bring
ing the dead body of her husband which she
buried on this spot, and continued her residence
upon it. In 1832 she married Iluakini, they
continuing to lire on the premises. Kaupena
died in lsCt. loin ap no heirs but her husband
Huakiai. who in IS'S. married the plaintiff Ka
hoomana. Some Tears after this iluakini died.
leaTins a half brother, I. Nabaolelua and his
widow the plaintiff, as his heirs. The plaintiff
continued her residence npon tbis place nntil
L8T2, wten she was dispossessed br Kameba-
meha V.
The plaintiff claims that her possession and !
that of ber ancestors, thus traced, was contina- i
ous. notorious and peaceable, and undisturbed
until 1872, and therefore she has acquired a title i
to theee premises as against the government as '
against third parties.
The defence claim that Namauu. who was the
brother of Kaupena, lived continuously npon this
lot from the time of the Sandalwood expedition
and claimed it as his own. and that he died in
1S48, leering tbis lot. as well as considerable
This is substantial); the riew takeu bv the
Court in a former adjudication in regard to theee
same premises, in the suit of Kanaina rs. Long.
(January term, 1872.) It was there decided
that a building lot or town lot. as sometimes
called, formed a new class of real property, not
affected by the rules of the ordinary kuleanas.
that is, that such a lot. if it escheats lor want of
heirs, escheats to the state and not to the lord of
the ahupoaa. and upon a failure of title, the lot
" might be recovered by the Hawaiian Gorern
menl, but never by the lord of Waikahalalu."
See Keelikolani vs. Robinson. 2 Haw'n., 548.
The theory of titles by prescription, is that the
holding possession of an estate openly and ad
rersely for a certain length of time, creates an
inference that there was a grant from the adverse
claimant or his ahceetora or grantors, and the
Statute of limitations forbids the adverse claim
ant from setting up against this long continued
possession, the fact that there was no grant.
Hut as against the Government, from whom all
the titles in this Kingdom emanate, a grant can
not be presumed or inferred from long possession
in the teeth of the law which reqired claimants
other property, to the late M. Kekuanaoa. whose
property is now inherited by Ruth Keelikolani, I 10 ,and ,0 Prejent their claims to the l..ud Com
and who has conveyed all her rights in this pro- I mion 'or confirmation or rejection.
One rJLr of
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perty to the llawsiian Government. The will of
Namauu leaves all bis property to Kekuanaoa.
as we have said, but does not mention this lot
specifically.
The plaintiff contends that Namauu was sent
for, on the departure of Mantua and Kaupena on
their foreign voyage, to come and lire upon this
lot and take charge of it as well as care for the
family retainers, and that his occupation was un
der and by pertniss on of Kaupena. It is iu evi
dence that in l?t. Kekuanaoa built a house up
on this lot lor his daughter, the late Triucess
Victoria Kamamalu. and that she and her guar
dian, the late John Ii. also resided npon this
As slated in tho case of Kanaina vs. Long,
this board, (the Land Commission t was a Court ot
record, and here was the adjudication of which
all parties in interest were obliged to take notice.
Hut, it may be urged that the length of ad
verse possession since rtie closing of the land
Commission creates the inference ol a grant. To
: tbis the answer is complete. There is no pre
scription against the state. "Quod nullum tern
j pus occurnd regi." ' A state cannot be dis
! seiaed.-' I Washbarn, R. I. p. 826.
In tiibson rs. Chouteau. 13 Wallace 92, (,l?71 1
I Mr. Justice Field says : ' It is a matter of com
mon knowledge tbat statutes of limitation do
place. John Ii continued it as a residence after not rnn sgwust the state. That no laches can
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am
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the majority aad retnoral of bis wan trom tho
premises until bis death, which ocenred ia ISTO.
The defence hare pat in evidence Royal Patents
tie o. 10S9. to M. Kekoanaoa, and Xo. 5636. to
late King His Majesty Lnnalilo. which together
with the Conyeyance of the Oabu Charity School
lot comprise the entire Iroutagvof these premises,
and the chain ol title acder these pater. :s to the
Government is complete. As to the remaining
and larger part of the lot. it is Dot covered by
any award of the land commission, royal patent
or deed from the King. We hare detailed the
history of the conflicting claims in tbis case be
cause it was upon them that the evidence was
offered, bat we do oat regard tbe evidence of
possession of this lot previoos to the organiza
tion of the Land Commission as evidence of title
to land acquired anterior to that date, for the
Land Commissioa was authorized to take evi
dence of the previoos possession, among other
elements of title, opoo which to base grants to
and : Vide page 109. vol. 1 of Statates of 1846.
" Sec. VII. The' decision of said Board shall be I
in accordance with the principles established by
the Civil Code of this Kingdom in regard to pre- i
senption, occupancy, fixtures, native usages in
regard to landed tenures, Ac. Arc : which deci
sions being of a majority in number of said Board,
shall be only subject to appeal to the Supreme
Court as prescribed in the act to organize the
judiciary, and when such appeal shall not hare
been taken they shall be final."
All claims to land accruing previous to Decem
ber 10th, 1S45, were required to be presented to
the Land Commission for adjudication : Vide
page 107, vol. 1, Statates or 1646 : " Sec. I.
His Majesty shall appoint through the Minister
ot the Interior and upon consultation with tbe
Privy Council, five commissioners, one of whom
hall be the Attorney General of this Kingdom,
to be a board for the investigation and final as
certainment or rejection of all claims of private
iadividaals whether natives or foreigners, to any
landed property acquired anterior In tie yissuge.
of this ad; the awards of which board, nnlese
appealed from as hereinafter allowed, shall be
binding upon the Minister of the Interior and
the applicant."
This act passed the Legislature the 10th day
day of December, 1845.
On tbe 9th of February, 1846, the commission
ers were appointed, and on tbe 11th of February.
1846, they published the following notice :
'-To all claimants of laads in tbe Hawaiian
Islands : Tbe undersigned have been appointed
by His Majesty the King a Board of Commis
sioners to investigate and confirm or reject all
claims to land arising previously to the 10th day
of December, A. D. 1845, Ac, Ac, Ac.
All persons are required to file with tbe
Board by depositing with its Secretary specifica
tions of their claims to land, and to adduce the
evidence upon which they claim title to any land
in the Hawaiian Islands, before the expiration, of
two years from this date ; or in detaolt of so do
ing, they triS after thut time be forever barred of
aU rights to recover the tame in the Courts of
justice."
Section 8 of the act of 1845, being Article IV.
of the board of commissioners to quiet land titles,
reads as follows :
All claims to land, as against tbe Hawaiian
Government, which are not presented to said
Board within the time, at the place and in the
manner prescribed in the notice required to be
given in the fifth section of this article, shall be
deemed to be invalid, and shall be forever barred
in law. unless the claimants be absent from the
Kingdom, and have no representative therein."
In the principles adopted by the board of com
missiocers to quiet land titles, in their adjudica
tion of claims presented to their, it is laid down
(page 93 of the 2d vol. Statute of 1846.) that
- the titles of ail lands, whether rightally or wrong
fully claimed, either by natives or foreigners, in
the entire Kingdom, which shall not have been
presented to the Board of adjudication, confirma
tion or rejection, oa or before the 14th day of
February. 1848, art declared to belong to this
Government, by section 8th of the article creating
this board, Ac"
Thsaje principles wm okads) law by thw follow
ing resolution of the Legislative Council :
-The principles adopted by the board of eom
niawiooert to qaiet land titles under date of An
gst SOU, 1846, having been read before the
Do imputea to the King, and tbat no time can
bar his rights, was the auxin of the common
law, and waa founded on the principle of public
policy, that as he was occupied with the cares of
tiovernment. he ought not to suffer from the neg
ligence of his officers and servants. The princi
ple is applicable to all governments, which must
necessarily act through numerous agents, and is
essential to a preservatisn of the interests and
property of the public"
See also Coiled States vs. Hoar, 2 Mason 311.
The People vs. Gilbert. 18 Johnsoo, 227.
Stooghtoo et al. ts. Baker, et al. 4 Mass.. p. 828.
In Undsey w. Miller's Lessee. 6 Peters. 672.
Mr. Justice McLean says : It is a well settled
principle, that the Statute of limitations does not
ran against a state. II a contrary rule was sanc
tioned, it would only be necessary for intruders
upon tbe public lands, to maintain their posses
sion until the Statute of limitations shall run ;
aad then they would become invested with the
title against the government, and all persons
claiming under it. In this way. the publie do
main would loco be appropriated by adventurers.
Indeed, it would be utterly impracticable, by tbe
use of any power within the reach of the govern
ment, to prevent this result. It is only neces
sary, therefore, to state the case, in order to
show the wisdom and propriety ol the rule tbat
the Statate never operates against the govern
ment." For the reason, therefore, that the mere pos
session of ibis lot by the plaiotiff. and ber ances
tors makes no presumption of a grant as against
the government, judgment must be rendered for
the defendant.
EUSHA H. A LLCS,
Cms. C. Harris,
A. Francis Jidd.
A. Kalauli and J. K. Unauna for plaintiff; the
Attorney General for the defendant.
Honolulu, August 28th, 1875.
.Newspaper, and Periodicals.
An American might be defined by naturalists
as an animal who lives upon vegetable, farinace
ous and animal food and newspapers and peri
odical. His daily and weekly journals are as in
dispensable to him as his daily bread and his Sun
day dinner. If be misses his paper, he is a lost
man. Deprive him of his natural pabulum for a
few days and he becomes lank and melancholy,
like tbat lion the old settlers of Plymouth saw,
which, haviog lost his jackal, '- had become so
poore " as to excite their pity. When he is re
stored to his paper, he fastens on it with the vo
racity of a famished wolf. Tbe church, school
and printing office spring up simultaneously in
every new settlement the Holy Alliance of
clergyman, school-master and editor being every
where recognized as essential to the onward
march of civilization. We never take up one of
the little frontier papers, printed only on wrap
ping paper, with worn oat type, withoata feeling
of kindly respect. Such papers increase ia size
kind style with the enlargements of the settle
ment they illuminate, and the newspaper of any
locality is a sure measure of its prosperity.
If a man who makes two blades of grass to
spring up where only one grew before, deserves
well of his country, what reward would and
should be bis who starts a newspaper for the first
time in a howling wilderness? A free press in
the ran of civilization is of more account than an
"army with banners." A family group. gathered
round a blazing fire of wood and coal, upon a
rainy evening, is a pleasing picture. But with
all tbe appliances for comfort, what is home with
out a paper, not only to while sway the tedium
of long winter evenings, bat to aid in the great
business of family instruction and mental improve
ments? Books are good, and books do much,
not they cannot accomplish everything. They
deal more with the past than tbe present, and
that training it of little value which does not em
brace the every day affairs of the world going on
around as. A newspaper is tbe contemporary
history of the world we live in. Its greatness
and its littleness, its gaiety and its gravities, its
tins and sorrows, iu occupations and amusements,
its warnings and its hopes are there spread out
balm os. Gathering within its ample pages the
treasures of the east end west, tbe north and
sooth, as fast as the united agencies of wind,
and electricity can bring thssa to a ocas,
it affords the very oMterfal wherewith to form
practical men and women of this growing genera
tion No man can be uninformed who takes and
reads a weekly paper. Tbe children of tech a
man will not be found hankering after frivolous
and vicious amusement. The domestic oat in
such a family will never be found abbreviated of
ber caudal appendage, or scouring wildly through
the kitchen with a pyrotechnic apparatus affixed
to that useful member. Peace takes up her
abode on the heart lis to tie of lbs man who takes
a paper not from a neighbor's doorstep butone
who fairly "faces the mosic." pays hi subscrip
tion like a man, and enjoys the advantages of his
weekly sheet, because he is fairly entitled to
them. Therefore, step up, subscribe and be
PP7-
What ii Urnakra Rear laid.
When tbe Kaslero editoriai party were at the
summit lately, a number of them, who bad been
informed as to the amusing performances of tbe
large cinnamon bear kept at Card well's Hotel, el
pressed a desire to tee him accomplish his feat
of drinking a glass of whisky, and Cardwell, to
oblige them, ordered the keeper ol the animal to
take him into the saloon, where tbe barkeeper
promptly prepared a whisky punch and placed it
on the counter before him. The bear placed bit
forepawt on the edge of the counter, and drank
tbe liqnid with apparent relish, many of the ex
cursionists meanwhile patting him or feeling ot
his coat. The glass having been drained of its
contents, the barkeeper compounded a second
punch and passed it to the bear with hit left
band, but at that moment ooe of the bystanders
playfully took the bear by the ear. Tbe beast,
becoming enraged instantaneously, seised the
barkeeper's hand, sinking his leeth deep in the
fleshy portion of it. and attempting meanwhile to
pull him over the counter. Tbe keeper beat tbe
bear over the head to make him let go, but with
out the desired effect. The barkeeper drew a
revolver and pointed it at the animal's head, but
did not dare to fire, fearing the shot might not be
fatal, and tbat matters might be made worse, and
some of the bystanders would also have used their
revolvers but for the same reason. A scene of
intense excitement prevailed. All efforts to make
the bear loose his hold failed, and in the end the
hand bad to be pulled by main force out of his.
jaws, causing terrible laceration, strings of flesh
banging down as the band was finally withdrawn.
I'he bear now grow much more violent, and tho
crowd of ladies and gentlemen that had filled the
saloon became panicstrickeu and fled in all di
rections, the men shouting and the women scream
ing. The keeper, however, haviug hold of tho
bear's chain, took a turn around a post support
ing the ceiling of the apartment, and kept him
from doing further hurt, and finally after receiving
a severe beating, he was removed to his cage. A
physician who accompanied tbe excursionists, did
honor to bis profession by remaining and dress
ing the barkeeper's wounded hand while the
others were dispersing. The barkeeper, wboae
wonderful nerve and courage were commented
upon admiringly by all be having scarcely
chaoged color notwithstanding the intense pain
expressed his determination to kill the bear,
but tbe keeper and others opposed him. and he
then gate up his situation at the house in dis
gust. (Ai. paper.
The Knralyptas Tree.
Increasing attention is being bestowed on that
curious and important tree tbe F.ucalyptus. Ex
perience, wherever the tree has been planted, con
firms its claims to be a vegetable neutralixer of
those miasmatic emanations from certain kinds
of soil which have long been considered as tbe
causes of intermittent and other malarious fevers.
This has been proved by interposing these trees
between any population or locality, where such
fevers were scarcely ever absent and the source
whence such morbiferous emanations were car
ried. Whereas tbe Cinchona tree has given to
man tbe various salts of quinine which are con
sidered specifics for the cure of intermittents
when introduced into the system, the Kucalyptus
may be considered to act by removing the febrile
and anemic causes and rendering a locality
healthy which before was invariably unhealthy.
Whether it does so by absorbing into itself the
mepbitic gasses themselves or neutralizes them
in some other way, science and observation have
not yet decided. Of tbe effect however no one
now doubts, and papers from different parts of
the world mention the fact and call the attention
of governments and municipalities to it. Pre
vention is always preferable to tbe best of cores.
Quinine may arrest tbe phenomena of ague and
fever in individuals subject to or attaeked by it.
In tbe absence of fever, however, in the district
affected by malaria tbe morbid color of tbe men,
women and children living in it show the contin
ued action of the cause. An agent that will
purify the surrounding air at Kucalyptus is cred
ited with doing, is the one thing needed. Al
though Panama is comparatively bealtby for a
tropical city, and has been rendeied more so by
tbe late improvements in architecture, in tbe
streets and in tbe drains, it has been subject to
various epidemics, and its sanitary condition
varies more or less with tbe seasons. Tbat there
is always tome malaria in itt atmosphere is ap
parent to every medical observer. Tbe introduc
tion of the Eucalyptus in and about Panama
were a consummation devoutly to be wished. Dr-
Edward Wright, well known in this city, having
obtained a quantity of the seeds of this valuable
tree, has distributed them among several persons
who have promised to contribute to its introduc
tion by raising young plants from them. Tbe
teed may t planted in a box filled with a com
pact of vegetable soil mixed with coarse sand,
and having boles drilled at tbe bottom to let
away excess of water. The quantity of seed
necessary for a thousand ptanls woold be ten
grammes. They may either be scattered or in
lines and covered lightly with soil, and sprinkled
with water daily after sunset For the young
plants when sofficiently strong to be transplanted,
such a soil as that used for watermelons is best,
and they ought to be set oat not less than a
metre or more than five metres apart. A good
deal of care will be necessary tbe fint year ; tbe
pleats when grown op will take care of them
selves. Panama Star.
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW GOODS !
.TTJST RECEITED!
Ex "Clara "Mary Me Roberts1 and "foyfcV
Household Furnishing Goods, Namely,
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iHlafvH i;'" . oS Pmm. ml SuikS? Owataira'taSSar
ML-M I B L-WW Lm LW LW t Hairs' pMMi aM'S (Mat taflavawW rrfMfa,
km I lawlM smm km I Kaaaaa twws rmiiov niii um Tunat.
fan I IU jB LW I TaH ri. rtats., ta aa awiax
IUmtmM a nsavEaSaV 4bfbb JnH pwa , aytttJSWtswal jS ita
rtS ralla. Ns.ifl.,1 atsStjawa,
aHf'L V SsaaaSaVaHSaStHaVaaBaV I Tat ..ta. StaW BkStax iwl awS SSaaat Batata,
(waa Ifcaa .a. SBrS Oaeaa Salt tjaaws Itasts Ttaiata
fl 9aSa T- mi nays. naatSatMw, ni am atta. Laawaav
Ml Mmmmmi mWmmsmm Kae Ttwra. Hm. t rttaa TWaaa fa eta
H I IV wflr' m mwLm mwvy amenta, iaaaat iwaw. aaaw taeav
iMsAl saaPaaanWsaaaaAl tW Coffee Mills, Something Hew;
lJEj v4tRaaaaSnaHaVaal jitaaSaaaktaW AW StaVtttav t. awy mmm t Mas
VKSSmB PallaklM Itwaa. k f III Si J eftstv
Ii t-'waits trsHlitj I, leikj,
JL Downer's Kerosene Oil!
BBHaia-BSttS ft.' pS tk.v.tia.4 kkaa
v ITajMllea. Hmuiii a; I ua. R2agl. llowv 1
Oi hswrs, Uitrtlen How. Pauett etas Tra, t
llrlaJ Nlm ,m.l nnun, llur aaal MutaStwM. Iliww Malla.
II. -.1 Malta. Out SalK Wror Malta. Boat llrata, Btaat klTtaa
Fiiii Lino or
lal,!ta. ittta. Vimhln niaivntli,.. Ilnia. all kln.la. I
CunnuH .lra, NWrl and Iruo. fwrrtaer erlasa. Bolla. Af.
AU the above Gootis ami a jreat tunny more
las to mention.
Can be had from the Undersigned at satisfactory Pri
fjgT" Call and exajnine for yourseJrtA.
552 am DILLINGHAM Co.
SOMETHING
WORTH HAVING!
A THI Mi OK RK.II TV. IT IN NAII. IH
toy IVin-vfr. n.( :f hint. U the .'aa-MWl Mt
bsHkoty. mm w m.Un t In I. SKWtNO MAl IlIN
wUb uUf of M
PATENT WATER WHEEL
ATTACHMENTS,
In one of tlii' mtl beautiful thiii in Ui rlI :
In the whtttt ran of mottvrn Intention hating hotter
Alftptr4l u rvii. v.- auiuau tr i "cr r or Utter An lb pur
puss ttutiiiH.l.J
Tbe 1'iKlrrmlffntMl are Special A-aU ror
THE "DOMESTIC!"
wm, ii ia
THE BEST SEWING MCHINE IN USE !
OO or Nl PEaUOKirY!
For particular, m CtrrtUafm.
VK ARE PRFJ'AItEU TO RJBJUU
The Patent Attachment!
To may ot the mtVhltie now In une, which will ran them
pi'iiVcUy without tha lejMt exertion oa the part nt to
operator, Th-e Wh.'.-ta are mat) hfre st th.- BKANN
KOI' X DRY, are superior to ihotj Imported, an,! moU
for teas money.
Bay One nd Ton will be Convinced.
It Is a well known fart that the 111 health of tbouwuitbi of
women and girls, ran he trre.t to the ertton rw-qwlresl to
run Winn Mac blue by fool power. A word to tua
Is iinvtenL
MT Sm nil.MXt.UAX A O-
H. HACKFELD I CO.
Offer for Sale
fi The Following fit,
RECEIVED
PER HAWAIIAN BAR'S KA M 01
JUST ARRIVE!)
From Bromon !
NEW GOODS !
Just Received by
AFONO & ACHUCK,
PGR BARK
Hdward O exxxx os !
ARRIVED
FROM HONGKONG!
White Jb Colored Rattan Matting,
matting, Rattan Chain,
Manila Rope, . Peanut Oil,
Neata Camphor Trunks,
Fine Tea, Haaket Tea,
China Hams, Nankin Cloth,
Japanese Umbrellas, Assorted Silk,
Silver Ware, Ivory Ware,
Sandal Wood Ware, Lacquered Ware,
China Ware, Canvas Shoes,
Straw Slippers, Clothes Baskets,
Flower Fots, Wrapping Paper,
Dried Ligee, Dried Dates,
Gold is Silver Jewelry,
Tortoise Shell A Crystal Jewelry,
Gentlemen fc Ladies Paty Hats,
China Brick & Side-walk Stones
.-IV n.K AND DOCBLK
SUGAR HAT BAGS
A Great Varirty at
Dm r nh prists, i. kKi.K ru
nnt Astortaset Faawy Prists, asw njrkaa.
Wklls Oro.w4 Prists.
Blaek aad Wklt. Prists. Prsasw HMtsa,
ttjfj Pits Dtniat. Laa aaj stria sS,
Blaa aaU Wkiia Stripad Tiaki.s.
Browa Cotloat, assort. at I Hiss.
Bins Cstttat. Wkis Cstlawt.
Ilorrakatt Wkito Lot. Cloth. A SSJf, B. S kaaa
aad 31 lack wMs.
niskory Strips..
Llara SkMtioc. 71. ?. M asal MB
Celten Sksstiaf. U, TJ. taxi M
Victoria ttawats 7-yard pi ass
ladi.o Bit. Flas.al. Black
Blask Cobosrft, las aad
Ssotsk Wattrprwaf Tassds. all ssises.
Xusqaito N.tUaf,
Silk Csrak Haadksrtaislt.
Tartar Bad aad T.llow Csttsa
LadiM' Cottoa HawlkMskaaSs.
Assorted Cottoa 8tokiap sad
Lio.n tferasal assorted.
Blaak aad Colortd MB
Moaksy Jack Ml, assorysd
Htsvy Woolta Btaaksu.
tad 'ir.n.
Fancy Flaaasl Skirts.
Mtrino Piaiak VaJsnklrU
Attortsd Bsrlsss, K ranch
Eaflish Saddles.
llmin Kaa d. Colofra..
Masasisr Hair Oil, Labia's )
Pint India Rtbbor Drssnag Cssaks.
Fint Woolta Ski. Is aad TravsJia Plates,
Piss and Coasts. Psa sad Pons Karros.
Pias Steal Ssisssn. Cast
Tian.,1 Sport oa Cards, Iroa '
Oal.aaitsd Paila. It aad 12 i
Qalvaaitsd Waikiag Taks.
Ptrfsrstsd Mttal for Csatnragal I
Charteal Bus Iront.
Brifkt Paastaf Wirt. 5s. 4, i aad B.
Fsll Afsorta't ot Bast ksswed Bafttsk Bar baa.
Swtditk Iroa.
Mann' Ytilew Natal Skostaitf. aad Caasp.w
tioa Nails. Blook Us.
UaJvaaitod Iroa Pips.
Poroti Water Moaksja. P
Cat Porter 0
Uabbsv-k't Pttest Wktts
nabbaek'. Pateat White
liabbaok'. Pals Boilsd
Black Paint. Paris Ortsa, Ksd
Caastla Soda, Bast Lags Pata OiL
Ptist.
rtel.
oa.
A larrt Aaiitatel af
OTHER CHINESE GOODS German, English and French Grams
455 1
Too nuincroulo mcutioua.
FOB BALE BT
AFOXt; ak triin s,
Vnaaau Mtrttt, naw Kknf.
A NEW BOOK
ON THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS !
Shortly Expected from London.
THE I IFRM.ED WILL BECCETE
from London direct, emrtjr ta flrplimlm . a few cDpta
of
ISS BIRD'S WM( 01 THE "HIWIIIM MCHIPEUGO,"
BcanOlallr Olastraud with
OrtRlwal CatrratlBgw, aad a Iasara Bap or
tac I rwtcr of HaleatxaU oa Baal.
Wiittulllu.t tar aat boo wfllboraestrolby' aaaaotr
mtnrt, sad SlaaS kt tea sssasr that tkay sons In.
PBICC THBEE DOIXABB.
Utlm H. at. wamtir.
GREAT BARGAINS
r.N
J" US "V7S7- E3 L
80LID METAL WORK.
Iw OBDEB TO
JfEScl,
CLOSE OIT THE BI'BI-
ECKART W1LLSELL ATCOST
For the Mcxt Three Tfoaiht,
THE FINE
Stock of Solid Gold and Silver Jewelry
6aW Pea or Packet M alfe !
A LARUE TlBICrr.AXDTO BE HAD AT
tea Boot and Ntwt Depot of
h. u. wHrnrsT.
COLD AND SILVER WATCHES !
CASES, SHELL WOBK.
And other Fancy Articles !
Call Soon and Secure Great Bargains
POH OASB.
UTSra At the Bart Btreet Store,
25,000 China Bricks.
EXTBA SIZE. W ILL LAY ABflI T SB PEB
cent more thss California brick, rsnatr.S par bark
KfUt. and for salt by
Mar i. 1S7S. BOLLS A CO.
SPtTNYABN,
WOBMLIN'K,
LINE, As.
aUB-
HOCBBLnfE, SEiriHfJ
Forials by
B0LLK8 CO,
T ittiaj's BUtaaat .1 klaaa.
Htaarias Caadlss. 4, J. aaa ts a tise.
Ultra maris. Bits,
Castor Oil, la list aad (lass.
Kptoa Salu ia balk aad taxes.
Notts of Traaka, Biysk Biaeaw.
Wrappiss Pass, starktt Baaksts.
DoaiJ.kas. Corks,
Aasertaeat ot Blaak ffuki.
.Csay i
A. emit, tnas Ho
BBBBrara. Flac this, Lot Lias.
Betditk Safety
DsroVt K
ML ia
Hei'iaiock A Co 't Ckaa.
Raiaart Pars A TUs'
Sparklf Roek. ia .
Stasia. Hollaed. Sfct, kt )aw aad inhli.
Otnaios Hollasds Ola, ia flats, (rasa saats.
Bostsllsaa a Co.'. BraaBy. kt ajaes.1 ta 4
Boatstlsss A Co.'. Braady, hi tasks.
Oerasa A I. ud Lagar Bar. ia ,ts. aa4 ats.
Jtarsy Mtakarfk Alt sad I
Assarted Clarets. Tory tas kt 1
Lisbrraasnailsk A I
Basil ' t" riastl st I
Bittsrs, Alasksl ia 1 gal. I
Osnsaa aad Haraaa Cigars.
fha Clay. Coal Tar. Stoskkala Tar.
Btoekhnla Pits,
Empty IkaaasaB
Oak Boats for
. Bis.. aha.,
lev. Its..
Its.
Tka .bar. spttMsd Sseds. tagetkor ark a aafl
at.nrtti -toe, a-,w
Usksakstast Bklas WTaav
Bbbbi il i Baas.
fur sals ia q tas titles to sail Ike trade.
taT Orders from tka other Tilt t A- ailsd at
ket rates.
Oat Hay.
Bbjt caureasu bat btat-sw sm. sr
BOIXATS A CO

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