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protest etroac love lor their child, which is
apparently sincere, and are very desirous that
she return with them to their natiro land.
It ia the custom amour tho Gilbert Islanders
the crass is beginning to grow, and nature
seems to have provided that most animals
should bring forth their young in a season be
Jpndilic reach of severe cold and with snf-
Jien a into ana liov.n voiiuiillaU-Uube,
Ladies IIoso, Men's Ready made Clothing,
India Rubber Coats, Caps ami Leggings,
Regatta and woollen Shirt,
NEW YORK & ENGLAND,
ns will 5
The Kaplolui Park Association:
The shareholdtrs in the above Association met
cm the erezdse of the 15th insi. for the purpose of
appointing Directors of tho Society for the ensu
ing year, and also to listen to tho reading and tale
- necessary action on the reports of Mr. II. ilacfac-
i lane, the becrutary and Treasurer, Hon. A. S.
Cleshom, Iresident of the Association, occupied
the chair ; inmutes of .several meeting which had
been held d urine the past two years were then read
s and approved. The Financial Secretary's report
was then ruad, a certified copy of which e are, by
the courtesy of His Ex. J. . Hush, to whom it was
addressed, enabled to present :
unouM nxK assocutiux ix account with menu
mr it co uoxoLtxr.
Oct 31, account rnnlcrfd
sn, paid rtnthroa Mablea
J4, paid JlcColIuru .
Cfi, paid Chinese to date ...
30, paid MrCullam
Dec I, paid G WcU to hept 30
s paid Ltnejoj i Co
20, paia McCnilom.
JU, rtd Tree riantU.2.....
2t, paid It urltTc ..........
Z. paid Chlnei-e Laborer
2a, paid McCnllum
S3, paid Tree rUnticr
3, paid Caretf Cocoanuu
3J, paid A Herbert, Kent, ll-tc
SO, paid Cartage nn Cocoannt?.. ..
ru, paid Anton? FlorUt......
80, paid Labor rianUn;
On, paid It torc &. Co
Jan fl, IBM, paid McCu.Ium
n,paia wilder i Co.,
10, paid Clcjhorn Co, CtVniue..
1 J3U 111
Oct Cl,Ctthrrc"dof Minltlcr lnt....$2,Kw
r l.Kec'dof Gtt,acct-Water-
liooe. I Mure SO mi
Not 1, Kcc'd of U Wett, balance due
on Lots 39
Van 1, IsM, HecM of Akfat,6 months
rent of crass . b M
Thin amount to balance l,l?$38
Doe Iatfar.ane.tCo -,U76 86
It. IE. SUctaelake. cy K. I'- A.
By the above showing It will be readily noticed
that tho Association is charged aa bejng indebted
to the Trcaiiurer (Macfarlane i Co,) in the sum
of $1,17&S6. The report of the Treasurer was ap
proved. lion. A. S. Cleghorn, the lrcsidentthenprent
ed the following btatemcnt :
M Htnce our last meeting, nearly two years ago,
there bu been considerable work done in the Park.
Suou after the vote of the Legislature in 1850,
granting us $5,000 for the two yean, we hired cipht
men. who have been kent at work ever since. We
have had a pood laborers' boo no built, and also a
residence lor our overseer, we nave purcuaseu
two rood mules, carts, harness, and a Ohaxnnion
mowing machine, which makes quick work of
weeds and grass; also a sulky rake, which will rake
nearly lorty acres a uay. auoci iosusoi
earth have been carted in the vacant space between
the track stables and the bridge. Pari of thia
ttiNLCu has becir rolled, tuakinc it firm and a cood
drive. We are much in want of n roller of 4,0u0 or
"XXW iiouncU weight, adapted for a Fpan of horses.
Ihe J 'ark drives and avenues could then bo kept
well rolled and smooth. Lately the carts have been
kept hauling earth from the in si do of tha track and
depositing it on some low ground which has here
tofore been subject to overflow. If this should
prove a success, more low land might be covered
in the same way. It requires four men and two
cans so mat lor otner wore tne jorcc is small.
Considerable work is renuired at the northwest end
of the l'ark; also around McKee's Island, which
might be made a pleasant resort by deepening
tne Dea or me potiu to tne corai, wmcn wouia give
a depth of three feet of water in tho channel, and
thereby afford an admirable thect of water for
boating. Another sheet of water cool J be made
inside the track at btnall expense, w hich would add
much to the appearance of the l'ark. The China
men who lea&e the grass from the l'ark are doing
xood work taking away wtds and old grass, and
keeping the grounds clean. The Association de
rives as xnncu ueneniiromiucirisuorasii tney
were directly in its employ. Tho boiMings and
fences aru in good order. More labor could be
used to advantage; but tho limited amount at the
disposal of the trustees 2,500 prevents our do
in j mure at present.
iho Minister of the Interior has promised to
help us in making the main avenue from the bridge
to Diamond Head, and wo hope before long to be
at work on this much needed improvement. Fresh
water is alno much wanted at tho l'ark, and much
interest is felt in 'regard to the well now being
bored by Mr. Campbell. The park is now stocked
with trees, mostly algeroba and xoonkcypod. AV'e
have 'Si banyan trees growing, and as many more
ready to plant soon. They do well, and in a few
years will afford a fine shelter and add much to
the beauty of the l'ark.
The election of Directors was then proceeded
with, resulting as f ollows, the figures denoting the
number of votes credited to each candidate : Hon.
Frank Brown, 68 ; U. Macfarlane, G ; Geo. Lucas,
C3 ; Cecil Brown, a ; Dr. McGrew, fit jV. G. Irwin,
64 ; KobL Irishman, G3 : lion. A. S. Clcghom, Gl ;
Hon. S. G. Wilder, 43 ; Hon. IL A. Widutnann, 43 ;
Got. J. (. Doininls, CD. Those gentlemen were
therefore declared elected.
The President appointed Hon. E. Prcbton, Hon,
IL A. Widemann and Dr. J. & McGrew as a Com
mittee to revise the by-laws of the Association, and
to report at a shareholders meeting to be held on
the 3th of February.
On Thursday, the 18th inst, the Trustees of the
Association met at the parlors of the Hawaiian
Hotel and elected from their number the following
cfioers for the ensuing term: President, Hon. A.
S. aeghom ! 1ce-President. Dr. John S. McGrew:
Secretary, IL IL Macfarlane; Treasurer, Cecil
Our Htlo Letter.
linx), January IStb, 1&&.
'EmToaGaxixn::-A malarial typhoid fever of
- a low and persistent type has prevailed in HUo
for borne time past, and the Agent of our Board
ef Health appears to be unable to account for It.
The causes lie deeper than he has been yet able to
fathom. He has occupied the time of our staU
wart, lounge-on-the-coraer policemen in looking
into the back-yards, scenting out the savory smell,
but has wholly failed to detect the origin of the
disease in that direction. If the same force was
employed with picks, shovels and cpades in clean
ing out the main water ditch that leads from the
Wailuku river below tho Hainbow Falls to Uilo,
and which supplies the village with drinking
water, they would accomplish a beneficial work
and strike at the very origin of the disease. And
after it was once cleaned it should be kept clean,
and guarded against the adulteration and abuse
Jof the water, and the filth and pollutions that are
now daily corrupting it and producing the seeds
of disease. The Chinese make dock ponds of the
ditch, they bathe in it, wash in it and the natives
do the same some of them with lepersous carcases.
The tilth from ducks, all kinds of animals, dirty
diseased bathers, the soap-suds and filth produced
by the washermen and women, comes down in the
form of a poisonous solution to every door in
Hilo. This is the cau&e of all dibeases of the
malarial or typhoid form. No wonder that the
poopu) hare fever, and the greater wonder is, that
it is not more malignant. If the Agent of the
A -Board vl Health would look after this ditch, he
would accomplish something for the health of the
The doctors are thriving, the lawyers starring,
Ilenty of sickness no business in the courts.
It is strange that the Government does not
grant a liquor license for Hilo. A greater amount
of ardent spirits, ale and beer, is brought here
and conaomwl than before the passing of the free
liquor law. There is no drunkenness, and before
Ibo passage of the law drunkenness was frequent,
from beer and swipes." The change is produced
from the fact that mewt of the beer shops have
been closed, either by the action of the authorities
j, orrolnstanly. As far as it regards ardent spirits,
ale and wine, the same facilities exist aa formerly,
and I renture to nredict. that if a license were
jrra&ted here, drunkenness would not be increased.
The revenue of the Government would be aug
racnted, and the clandestine and unlawful sale of
liquors prevented. It never will or can be done
The dry weather continues. The streets are
dusty and the planters complain that the water
galeae are iast arying up. ice aunospnere is
fiUed with ft dense smoke from the cleaning of new
ground at the plantations, and the crass which
cas neenoa nre m Tanoaa uirecuans.
Ko Yeesfds in part, and with the exception of the
TV. IT AecaV Dot a .Teasel has arrived here since
last veAk-' BriffMrjrosDects far eonimereial buii-
r CtoQ&KtMa fizzle In nrosnect creates
Pastor Crnran'a Sunday Sermon.
u Is Gdtt angry mth (he .N'"f r f
Text, 2 Cor. S: 19, "God was in Christ reconcil
ing the world unto himself, not imputing their
trespasses onto them." The sermon was in sub
stance as follows: Too frequently the Pulpit gives
an unfortunate impression to those who sit in
front of it. God the Father, is pictured as a stern,
inexorable unmerciful being; not until Christ
comes to earth, suffers, dies, goes back to Heaven,
and piteously pleads for the sinner, does God re
lent! Nothing could bo more untrue and un-Bib-lical.
God docs not change. He docs not need to
be reconciled. It is the sinner that moot be recon
ciled. God loved poor, sinful, fallen man, just as
much hejort Calvary as after it. Kay, " God was
in Christ," it was thegrcatall-Father who so loved
us, that seeing our peril He came and lived, loved,
died in the person of Christ, that the sinner might
It is not the Atonement, here so plainly stated
in the text, but the result of accepting the Atone
ment, viz: Forgiveness of sins, upon which 1 dwell
to-night. What is forgiveness? " Pardon." Far
different. Pardon is an Old Testament word, not
once found in the New Testament. When wo come
to the Kew Testament, there Forgiveness, and
M ltcmission of sins is substituted for Pardon."
M hat i the difference between pardon and for
givness? Pardon simply lifts from a man the
penalty of the law. The murderer stands upon
tho gallons, with the black cap over his eyes and
the rope knotted around his neck. Pardon simply
unties the rope and bids him go. Ho steps down
from the scaffold the same man. Hit relation to
society and to his crime is unchanged; ho is still a
criminal. In heArt he is still unchanged. Bat
Forgiveness is far different it is a personal mat
ter. Here are two friendsone grevionsly
wrongs the other; friendship is gone, and bate
takes its place; but the wronged one still loves and
longs for his friend, seeks to win him back, for
ghes the wrong done, and at last succeeds they
are reconciled, and the old loving relationship re
established. (Mr. Cruzan then, as an illustration,
sketched the Bin of Little Emily, as drawn by
Dickens in Daritt Cojpfrfiehlt and the undying love
of her foster father, and his long search for the
fallen one.) So God follows us, not that he may
pardon, but that be may forgive. It would 1k
Kraal I comfort if we had to put up with pardon, if
the Atonement, which graciously takes away the
penalty of our sins, did no more. If we were only
pardoned, while we should not suffer the penalty
of the law, neither should we come into k hi"
fellowship with God. nor have joy, nor peace. We
should still be rebels, not sons. We should be or
phansliving without hope and Withont.God in
It is upon this point that men deceive them
selves. Ihey say: "God is too loving, and mer
ciful, and pitiful ever to consign any man to
eternal punishment." All they care for is to get
rid of the penalty of sin of punishment. They
would be content to go throughout eternity with
out fellowship with God, hating what Uod loves,
and loving what God hates, orphans for eternity,
if thev only could escape punishment!
God's forgiveness carries with it pardon, but
much more reconciliation and adoption 1 I who
have sinned, who have degraded and disgraced my
manhood, who have turned away from God and
rejected His love, taken unnumbered blessings
from His hands, not only without gratitade but
with hate in my heart ; I who was lost and wan
denng in a far country," am restored to the love
and fellowship of my Father ! This is what for
giveness means. It is offered to all. It is as world
wide as sin. It is as free as the air. God's precious
Jilt of forgiveness lies at the feet of every sinner,
t is absolute and unconditional, llepeutanco is
simply the way in which the sinner accepts it.
Belief is simply the hand by which he grasps it.
If, at last, you stumble blindly, willfully luto per
dition, you will stumble over God's forgiveness.
From ihe llateall 2'at .1hu, Jan. 3),
Two Witnesses Sctiice to Establish Tna laoni
or Gibson's Tkeasox,
In another part of to-day's issue will bo seen a
letter from Hon. J.Xawahl, which attests to the
truth of G. W. Pilipo's assertions regarding Gib
son's attempts to start them up to treason.
We are of the opinion that their plain state
ments tend strongly to fasten upon Gibson this
high crime, and should cause his immediate ex
pulsion from the Cabinet. It is not becoming the
dignity of our Government that one of its promi
nent seats should be occupied by such a man like
It is very important that the position of IVemier
in our Government should be purified, by tho
speedy removal of Mr. Gibson from that office,
and that it, should be filled by a man of good
reputation, one who is esteemed in foreign coun
tries. Mr. Gibson has made no answer at all regard
ing those treasonable words testified to previously
by Pihpo ; and he ia nowhere now that another
witness has risen up against him. Let him keep
silence, his mouth is sewed up and his hands are
bonnd by this testimony.
How wonderfully has our friend (Pilipo)
triumphed over the cunning plots of a certain
well known enemy of the throne, the nation, and
the Government. We wish that among the Hawa
iians there were many more such men as G, W. P.
and J. X. (G. W. Pilipo and J. Xawahi).
The Gbeit Tiuitoe to Hawaii.
Below will be seen Xawahifs confirmatory
Matement that Gibson tried to draw him and
Pilipo into uome base action.
My fellow soldier on behalf of Hawaii,
Hon. G. W. Pnlro,
DEAtSni: WenrenllwelL ITrm. P. Ifahnn i
dead as a man He Is confined in the prison aa a 1
I have not forcotten anvthinc of what Mr.
Gibson did to us at the Hawaiian Hotel in 1878.
Though being occupied with the books of E. Ke-
koa ( the assessor) I have had no spare time to
reply. Mine will perhaps be the most tardy j
-What is this affair between you and Pilipo and
the old man" Gibson? Such was the ennnirv
addressed to me by the son-in-law here in my
I answered ' What affair I
' This affair spoken of in the newspaper." I
MYes. Pilino has testified to what Gibson told
us to do, but we did not do it" He made no an
swer to this.
A Happy cw lear to you,
Honolulu, Dec 3$tb, 1882. j
The Hawaiian Minstrels.
1 he Hawaiian Amateur Minstrel Troupe gave a
performance at the Music Hall on the evening of ;
the SOtb, inst-, and to a large and appreciative
audience, many members of the Boyal Family
also being present. The rising of the curtain was
the signal for the "gallery gods" tobeame most
vociferous at the luminous appearance of the
green coats and red pants, and brass buttons with
which the trio of bones and trio of tambos, the
end men, were arrayed in, and the stars, Fisher,
Hiton, Kalawaia, Copeland, Kalama, and Gasman,
seemed to be in first-class condition to contribute
to the amusement of the audience present. Mr.
H Buckle as interlocutor propounded the usual
questions and was as usual the butt of the six
end men, whose jokes and sayings were noticeable
for the originality and the localisms. The first
part consisted of solos by members of the com
pany, the choruses being sung by all, and were
exceedingly well rendered, the wind up being the
aketch trip on the Koad Supervisor fs railroad"
and on the fall of the curtain the audience were
left convulsed with laughter. The second port of
the programme consisted of songs, danceS banjo
planng, harmonica solo, and quartette einging,
and the performers acquitted themselves with
credit. A trapeze act by An tone Kcumi received
generous applause. The performance closed with
the sketch "Betumof Uncle Joe;" the features
Introduced ahowed that tho parts taken by each
performer had been carefully studied, and that
the usual beaten track of negro absurdities had
been avoided, characters and scenes being pre
sented true to life. A terpsichorian exercise
indulged in by " Old Uncle Joe." proved too much
for tho "old man" and he laid his weary form to
rest in the broad bosom of Jake Fisher the com
pany wnging to a alow curtain the "Poor Old
blare." "Hawaii Pocoi" concluded the perform
ance, the character and manner ot earryinp;out of
whkli reflects great credit on the individual
actors and on tot Hawaiian Minstrels as a com
pany and it would bo a pkAsnre to bear them
aam at their earnest coavtsuence.
Bbcce Cisrwaioirr v. S. Lvcr. A. W. Bess.
THE UNION FEED COMPANY
A. W. BUSH
ivrutCT.r. or aku vfciLins tc
lrlir irealwaj althcLoneet 3Iarkrl lutes, anil
earo Is ULru lo krvp onr customer, aopplted at alt
SSIcUnd and CltjrvrUera qodM be addressed to
A W.BDMt.orto THE UNION VEEU COMPANY,
liUSOLULC. II. I.
a- TELEPHONE HO. 175. -
THE WOMEN'S FRIEND !
Washing Made Easy,
By the KALAKAUA Al.
Washing Machine !
Palrntetl and Minn facm red by the
HawaiianWashing Machine Man'fg. Co
MionlJ yon want your
Clothe to ear well.
)-t thin .Mctblue
And bate no fear.
It will pay for Itself in less than a year.
ctrTOR &AI.E HY
10. O. J3luU Sr Son..
Cor Fort and Kln Mrerts, llonolnln. II. 1.,
To whom all order thoald b addrviecd. (!W5 ly
NEW BEDFORD AND SIN FRANCISCO
a Tiuti:i to it i2 i.m in:s
ALSO. . . .
IBCoxxiX O o ! d. a g O
or American and KosMan Manufacture.
I.uta Holt Hope,
Man Hi Holt Hope.
elzlnz, Marlin, Hoaallo,
bpnnyarn, and IEattlln.
All of ulikti will be atld as low as offered by othtr
jtirtire. In any quantity dciired.
1.0IX1 A CO
ti in: ii :. o .
Thursday, February 22, 1883,
COMMENCING AT I T M MIAItl'
1, Coronation Purse Prize $100
Yacht Eace Free to all.
2 Kalakaua Purse Prize $125
Barge Race Free to all.
3. Kapiolani Purse Prize $100
G-0ared Gig Race Free to all.
4. Liliuokalani Purse Free to all
Canoes using five paddles.
5 Diving Contest Prize $25.
rartles intending to enter for be Hesitta, are tl
qnested to leare the name of their Doats and-Colors
before the 8th ol February, .lit J. V. KOBEKTSON.
7 Kales and other Inf&rmatlOD appertalnlss to
the Regatta, niaj be obtained on application to J. W
J. U. Kawainui,
Capt. A. Fuller,
J. W. Robertson,
a coiyifortabUe home
THE UNDERSIGNED II Ab RECENTLY
Fitted Up in Elegant Style, .the
Large, Roomy Cottage,
Formerly be lonjlns to the Lemon Eatate," on Xtto.
arm atreet, beyond the Con.mere.il Hotel Premle, for
the purpose of conducting ASUPERIORLODG
INC HOUSE. Tho Dime ot this pleaiant retreat t
Called the "White House."
It cannot be tttrpfttted in the Kln-dom for Comfort
andClcanll&esa. TheCronndi are tpac.Ioaa and Or
aa men ted with UbadeTreea. rerun. of refpectabtlitr
may always be aurc of a Cheerful Iloms there. A Mt
tln; Room li set apart for the contenlenre of the
finest. A FEW MOKE ROOMS ARK VACANT.
Terms alway moderate.
MRS. J. T. WHITE,
lr.tprletreB of the " White Home. '
Many ol oar rcadtn will remerabet Mrs. White a
Prprietre of tha Lxljrin;; Honc on Fort tree!, ad-
Joiniaz the Pant b run Mable, ithlch was tscb a Com
ortabie Home under her aaoa-rmeot. 93 3m
('ovciing Boilers, SteaH Pipes
Saves 25 per Cent, of Fuel
PRICE SEDUCED TO 87.50 BBL.
THEO. H. DAVIES A Co,,
-OF AST or-
Moehonua's Lands !
Zir Art rrqneateil to rozananfeate vhfc
D. K. FYFI,
To Bo; Or, Not To Be,
ABEAUTIFl I. KK&IDKXCK ON
the Plaint; '33 mtanti wait to town; oa Bervtanfa
Mrt-et. House, larze and roomy, with two Cottacea,
btablo and everything about the home to main It com
fortable and Invitta;. Deep Lot. 00 per month.
A VERY neat Cottage to rent oa Ikrctanla Mrret,
nfitadjotutnctheoIdTOLEIt Premise , near the cor
ner of Victoria Street. Cooulns -Ix Rooms. Mable.
Water laid on, etc. Uood alzed Lot i5 per month.
ON' -LIU II A SL near KING St, a fix room neat
Cottar with Garden, Water. Stable, raddotK. Ac.
Rental $1) per month.
OX LIDIHA St. above SCHOOL M , a small Cottage
ot ate rooms to rent at 13 per month.
ON QUEEN St. neat PUNCH BOWL St. a small
Cottage At $19 per month.
ON BERETAX1A tL below MAUNAKEA M . one
three-room, Cottae to rent, at 10 per month.
ON NUUANV AVENUE, near first Bridge, I have a
five room Cottage to rent at$Jper month and Fvrnt
tore to cell on reasonable terms.
ON the Corner of ALAKEA and HOTEL Mrwts
Beantlfol Larpe Hone to Leae, contains II Rooms
with Kitchen, Itath, Jte, The Hotuc U cestral and ta
Boitable for Lodlne Hoase pnrposes.
AT PUNAHOE, art elegant Rerldrncx on a deep Lot
to Ee.i; several acrra or iinuioseii, iiokuohidc.
Thli Is one of the finest Residences In tho l'nnahoe
direction. Arteian Well atr applte the premises.
AT KALI III, two miles from town. A pleasant
uomefrieaa to rem or tease oaiwo .Acres ot oronna.
ALbO-tt 111 Lease 6 Acres ofpaitnre Land adjolntes.
I HAVE a splendid Dnlldlng Lot oa Nnnann Avense
near the tint bridge, to sell for 41.50U. Lot TSisa.
Three small homes axe now on said Land. Object of
fellinc, owner ta a foreign country Terms reasonable.
I HAVE A Nine years LEASE to Sell on Fort Street.
One lar;edeep Lot with three neat Cottage, thereon,
brlnjlnr In a monthly rental of J33. $i,auniu pur
chase it. Eleven hnndml dollars now on mortgage,
payable In proportion 1, 3 and 3 years ; eaeh to be paid
down only W. The Leae rental is only S3 per yeat,
on the nhote premise llaihllngs In ami for SIJi.
This Is a plendid tnTcctment to realize targe profits.
WoaM nut be disposed of only party httvloc Honotnln.
Rtilldlngs belong to purchaser
I HAVE a nice liuHdlng Lot to lease for to years, at
the head of Emma Mnrct to a party deilrinj to erect a
OTHER Homes to Let, OTHER Lands to Sell and
OTHERsood Investments offered a application.
SERVANTS, MECHANICS AND LABORERS m And tuy
bniplormiut ILurcan aluayit sapem? in ftppljlo
wants than any other in the oily
GENERAL OFFICE WORK f orr; Comuereial
description attended to
27 Merchant Mrect.
Real Estate Broker Employment Agent
and General Biulnen iRont.
TELEPHONE 172. Sb-I
Plum in inc.,
TliVSiMlTll & ItoOl'EU,
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET y
Will VoNitlu-ly Sail from ItostmU
this Tort OX FEBHl .VKV IM.
Orders lUd nompilr, and fn-ight taken at tW iJ
KHby street. Boston, or to 1
911 tm V BREWER Ca, iae1 St llstM
For San Francisco.
Thf Ftnt N w 1 Ipprt Bri nat.r
Wm. C;I . Xwvin j
Will have Quick Dispatch for the iboiiit I
For frttsht ot pa.ijrf afply t.
1 MTI.l. IkMISJtC. Xfi
Oceanic Steamship Comw
FOR SAN TRANCISCO.
j STEAMER SU1
Will leave for San Francisco on K05DM
Korrri)iUt ora'asrapplv .
va w c. lmvl.XJtii. ijnJI
FOR SAN PRANCISC0.
THE HAW MIAN lUUJi
Will have Quick Dispatch for aboTe;
r or rnnnrr paturniar. apii; t
r A gCIIAEriliJiC
Mvamer Like like villi leave HoattUa caca tsaj
at-t r. au, toochlnsat Lahaina, MaaUc Uiy 13
Retnrnln" villtooch at ail the abovi. port. srJ
l-i 4'rrdil Utr l-ans; Jfaaij
e lKMltlvely refase ti open cr.o .ats foe PmoI
and we particularly rail the atfntloa to tha tnJ
pcMIc to the necraHy of bavin; Baczsfa aa trm
plainly marted; tha Steamer wUiMWmwJ
for any nnuarked Ilma- ot for Freight rVl
anietfl ereipmi ior.
Freieht Moner Ia oa DamasA.
In all cae or freight for parti- , rep9ftai
on know a, the freifbt Inamy mil, be dn UtwSj
l'tlhAUKN of I.Htt OILSNMJ WHLTf
For the party whom they an- r.ir ot pla
the receipt to vthm tbey are comirn"it
All dewsads foe damag- nt man V e. v-J
vuc Diva i ii.
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CIIAST STREET IIO.NOLIU
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CURIOS From All Parts of .Oceania.
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leading PHOTOGRAPHERS of Honolulu.
WORK FIXISUED IN
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India Ink, or Oil.
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