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THE SATURDAY PRESS.
A NRWATArftR Plllf.fMIIKt) WrtKKI.Y
rwi-rairtini
riVKBOIiliAHS AVKAIl IN ADVANCE
tahserlberssnil Aitwllsus wlilsiMreas Mr TMs.Oi
Thrum HtiMntM Mnir r
All rimtlT fir th Halnnlnr l'ri slioliM n inMrrsse.l
In llm- HATI HIM I'lUilN"
A Vnmr Girl.
Him Irntinl lirr Iwnil nil nlicly linnd,
Ami lot Imr i(lrllh f ftnry rnto
Amid tint tliiifty dliiHrfVm
Him ilronnmf nf lotMn nnd of l'ivi,
YVIimi "Tnkii Urn lilnrMion.nl, If you filMim,''
HimiMil tint (ho Krlm iiriifoanorcnii,
"Ami llml llir tflri of lit iliKnoii
Ami W iiiHmI.' -mum or !.
Htm stnrtrd tip fttlli llunliliiK fner,
Ami looked nrnMiil tint room, linir-fwnrtl I
'llicn until, ipirti'tnlicrlim tlm plnrr,
'Nolprep.irrdl"
Him linil i lover llkn rt ir1nro,
A liyrnl lovnr, Iimi, t wlM
Ami ImitiHli 'li" MKiifil IndllTnri'iiPP,
Jlor foolish lltlln liriitl Wim Ids.
Ho wlii-n tin tlm nlntllt alrnnd
tin npolin of nil IiIh honvi nml fnnrri,
Ami irimd Iiit soil pitrlrlnii Imml,
tin total III luvn to '.vllllnu on ml
Tliotluli "till, nlm would not yield im vnt,
lit-nt liialionld think nlm rrnlly tniil,
Hut wlilntiri'd low, tint nly rin 11",
"Not prelaw. ill"
Tlmy mrtrn onunpi'd J nml tln'M njjnht
To trot Hint Inter i fr-nlly
Hli" trrnliil dim with nml illmlnlii,
Ami 'llrliil 11101 ontMKconily.
Hut when licr Inter rninn no more,
Him wriitn nml hiiIi), rvmnrni'fiilly,
" Will you lint mwlt inn n linfnrn
Iti'iliN'iii jnur i1imIkh nml mnrry mo '"
'I hit nimwor rmniii i wllli lilunli illvlnn
Him lirnkii tlm wnien wnl, lutlf-nniml,
'llieii WM'plii",, rertil tlm liiln Him
"Not iimmri'it I"
Attn t'ufumhhmi,
"Writing for tho l'rcw.
I. Writo tijioti utio diilo of llio nlird only.
Why? HccniiNU it in oftrm nccpRsnry In out
llio piyCH into " liikcn " for llio uoniionitom,
nml tliiH ontuiiit bo tiono wlioti liulh Hid os
nrn written upon.
II. Wrilo oloirly nml (listinotly, being
jnrticulnily cmofnl in llm timttcr oT propur
jmmoH, nml words fiom foreign IniigiingoH.
Why? Urcfttiso j'on htvo nu right to nnk
citlicr clit(ir or cointioKitor to wimtu bin
tituu puzzling out tho remilt of yonr
mjII'ihIiiiokh.
III. Don't writo in n microBcopio linntl.
Why? DocjniiRO tho compositor linn to rtind
it ncroHS his ense, nt a tliitnnco of ncnrly
two fcot ; also, becruiHo tho oditor ofton
wnntfl to rnafco ndditioiiR runl other clinngco.
IV. Don't begin nt. tho very top of tho
first jingo. Why? llcrmiho, if yon hnvo
writton n head for your nrliole, tho editor
will probably wnnt to chniigoit; nnd if you
hnvo not, which is tho hotter wny, ho miml,
writo one. lk'nidc, ho wantH room in which
to writo Iiim instructions to tho printer im
to tho typo to bo used, whoro nnd when
tho proof is to bo oont, olc.
V. Never roll your manuscript. Why ?
Kcciuso it mnddoiiH ami exasperates every
one who toticb.cn it editor, compositor nnd
jironf-rcndur.
VL Uo brief. Why? BccaiiBO pooplo
don't rend long storieH. Tho number of
renders which any two nrtielcs lmvo in in-
verwly proportioned to tho Rquaro of their
respectivo length. That is, a hnlf-column
nrticlo is read by four timos ns many poo
pie as ono of double that length.
VII. Havo the fear of tho wasto-baslcct
constantly and htcaclily before your cyos.
Why? UccaiiBO it will save yon a vast
ninount of uhcIohb labor, to hay nothing of
pnpor and pootngo.
VIII. Always writo your full nnmo and
nddrosa plainly at tho end of your letter.
Why ? JlcoaiiRO it often hnppous that tho
editor will want to communicnto with you,
nml liccauso ho needs to know tho writer's
nnmo as a guaranteoof good faith. If you
ubo pseudonym or initials, writo your nnmo
nnd address bolow it; it will novor bo
divultrcd.
IX. " TIicro precepts in tby momory
koop," and, for fear you mightforgot thorn,
cut thorn out nnd put thorn where you can
rondily run through thorn when tempted to
Bpill innocent ink. Causuor's word for it,
thoso who heed those rules will bo belo ved
and fnvorcd in every editorial sanctum.
A Notable Marriage.
Tho mnrringo of tho IJnroncss Bnrdott
Coutts and William L. Ashmoad Bnrtlctt
was celebrated nt Christ Ohurch, Picca
dilly, London, on tho 12th inst. Only tho
nearest rclativos nnd most intimnto frionds
woro prosont. Tho bridogroom will hence
forth bo known ns Mr. Ashmoad Bartlott
Coutts, tho delay of a fortnight in tho
marriago having boon caused solely to
complete thoifurmalitios necosBary for this
change of namo iu order to provont tho
forfeituro of property under tho Will of
Harriott, Dutchess or-bt. Aiuans, irom
whom tho brido inhoritcd hor vast estate.
Tho present Baronohg since coming into
hor fortuno of $100,000,000 in 18U7, has
appropriated more than $25,000,000 to
various benevolent and charitable purposos,
nnd is now snid to bo tho possessor of
$500,000 a year, having gained not loss
than $250,000 a year from tho profits of
Coutt's Bank.
Mr. William Ashmoad Bartlott is tho
youngor son of tho late Ellis Bartlott, for
niorly ofNow Bedford, audi of his wife uca
Aalimoad. He wnR after his fnrthor'e.doath
Ukon to England by his mother, who
finally sottled in Loudon, graduated at
Oxford Collego, became a protogo of tho
Baronoss with whom ho mndo his homo,
acting ns her privato secretary. Tho
Baronoss will bo 67 yonrs old next April,
and Mr. Bartlott is about 32 yoars of nge.
It is tho general vcidict (says n Loudon
correspondent) that the brido looked quito
aa attractive aud almost ns youug as tho
bridegroom.
The winter is ono of exceptional sev
erity in Europo as well ns in nil parts of
tho United, gtatos! People havo been ac
customed to congratulate thotnselves in tho
milder climato of the States nnd Territor
ies of tho Pnoifio coast, whero tho air is so
tempered by a warm current from tho
ahoroH of Japan that suow nnd ico nro
raroly soon there ; but this year thoy nro
groater suffcrors than wo on tho colder
. Atlantic. Whtlo tho States east of tho
Hooky Mountains have experienced tho
discomforts of sovoro cold, on tho othor
aide of that rangij thero has boon immenM)
destruction of property by floods that
have urnawicd in extent anything ever
recorded before. Tho devastation caused
along tho line of tho Central Pacific and
in tho valley ot tuo oncrameuvo nas uocn
announced by telegraph, but later reports
from Oregon bIiow that aUo iu ono of tho
choicest farming regions of that produc
tiva State there has been serious and wide
spread disaster. Meantime wo hoar that
iu parts of Moxioo persons have been
froieii to death; that in Holland the
dykea hv keen - swept by tho so and a
whole 'province inundated; causing great
lose of property end much Buffering; that
ia Loudon there have been Boods and
.nn .tnrma that necessitated a temporary
ZjSi'at airbusinese and iutlicted
dJi.gto th. tM( often million dol.
Ura , Uitt is RuaU Urg coloaiM of Ger -
Saturday
VOLUMIfl I.
tnnns havo bron rcilurfd to extreme ilcsli
tiilion, nnd that in Kriu.cn tho military
hnvo boon ctlled out to naninL in clearing
tlm rotds.
Estimated TrnfTlc Through tho Projected
Panama Canal.
A Now York journal OBlimnloft Hint
wlion tho I'niinmii Ciitinl is completed tho
trnlllo through it will corlninly iimoiiut to
0,000,000 toiut ntimially. At prenoiit Cnli
fornia nnd llio othor Hlnlrs on tho t'noifin
noibonnl semi more than 1,000,000 Ioiib of
prodnco every yi-nr to I'hiropu; wltllo tho
trnlllc butwcuii llio Atnnrienn .StnloH on tho
Hhnres of tlinAtlnntic nml thoHii on tho
Pneillc nlso exueetU 1,000,000 totm. Wlion
the cotiitiiiinicntioti hotwenn Ihe IwoocoatiH
h fncilitntcd tho tnwio bntwecn them will
incrnnAii by nt lcnt !I0 per con I., bo t lint it
may bo cstiin.il cl I lint, llio United Klntcs
nloiio will numl !l,000,000 tons through the
:niinl iiiimiiilly. Whim tho'oiuinl is opened,
ngniu, tho whole of tho trnllic between the
UiiKflinn posHCBsioiiH on tho Pncifio nnd
Europe, bolweoii Europo nnd tho oust const
of America on tho ono Imml, nml Jnpiii,
China, the Philippine Ifilnmls and Aiintrnlin
on tho Other, will nlso p-iRH through tho
now wnter-wny; nnd nt present Uhina
Minds 200,000,000 poumlH, or 100,000 totiH,
oflen, nnd AiiBtrnlia 000,000,000 pounds
of wool, twid other products, wliioii togolher
ntnouut to UOO.OOO tons, ovory year to
LiUropo.. Peru exports nuuiiiilly 400 000
tons of gunno, Rnltpetrc, sugar, nnd metals;
vhilo Chili Bonds out every year florno
100,000 tonn of copcr, siiltpotre, silver,
ml corn. Ecuador nml Bolivia export
nuually moro than 200,000 tons of metnls,
'ocon, colFcc, nnd other roducts; whilo tho
'ontr.nl American ropnblicri mid tho prov
ides of Mexico on tho Pncilio shores send
100,000 tons of vnrioiiB products every
'ear to Europo. All thoso exports to Eu
opo mnko a totnl of 1,000,000 tons; nnd if
t is nRRtimcd that in roturn for them
1,400,000 tons nro sont back, tho trnllic
hrough tho canal from theso sourcos will
mount to nnother (1,000,000 tons. tit.
rumen' Guzetlc.
Patterns by Crystallization.
Tho curious nralnsquos produced on win
low panes by frost havo Ruggostcd to n
'Vouch inventor n systom of obtnining do
igus for printed fituirR by crj'stnllizition.
lo has mndo experiments with solutions of
ulphnto of zinc, copper, iron, nluminn, nml
iingnesin, into which plates ot glnss wcro
t coped, nnd then allowed to dry hlowly nt
lilTereiit temperatures. Tho crystals thus
lepusiled formed n great variety of fnnci
ii I figiiics, flowers, feathors, stars, etc
Clicse may bo fixed by an addition of nlbu
iion or gelatine. If copper plntcs nro used,
ho doBignR thus obtained may also bo
undo permanent by cloctrotyping. Tho
;roat difllculty is to obtain continuous pnt
crns to bo reproduced on tho cylinders
used for printing ; but tlmt mny ho over
come by using cylindrical plates of copper,
and turning them on their axes whilo tho
cvnporation is going on. Tho crystallizi
tlon is, howovor, frequently irregular nnd
loaves blank spices which spoil tho har
mony of tho design, but this defect will
probably bo overcomo by cxperionco. It is
not certain thnt tho method has yot been
practically employed, but tho idea is in
genious, nnd probably will bo ovontually
turned to account.
If wo mny judgo from tho " Hight-IInnd
Record nnd Nowspapor Directory" of Mr.
II. P. Hubbard, of Now Haven, Conn., tho
United Stntcs nro vory well supplied with
newspapers. Tho sninllcst villages hnvo
thoir JJemld, Jtvwrtcr, or Trlegraph. A
population of 310 nnd less will often sup
port n journal of thoir own, and, to judgo
from tho circulation, which scoms never to
fall bolow 400, ovory man, woman, nnd
child in tho plnco must subscribo for ono
conr if not for two. Now York, with n
population of 1,110,000, hns twonty-oight
dailies, wherons London, which numbers
nt lcnst'thrco timos ns many inhabitants,
hns but eighteen. None of tho twenty
eight, however, havo a circulation cqunl to
that reached bj' somo of tho London jour
nals. Tho .lYcics boads tho list with 182,
000, tho Htm comes next with 119,000, nnd
tho Herald third with 115,000. Tho
strength of tho German clement in tho city
is shown by tho 40,000 which tho Slant
Zcituii; circulates, loaving room, howovor,
for tho threo other rivals of tho sumo
language Of weekly journals New York
has about 170, nsngninstiionuou'ssoventy.
Tho Southern Stntos, howovor, show n far
smaller demand fur this kind of literature.
"Now Orleans, with n population of nearly
n quarter of n million, hns seven dailies,
not ono of which circulates moro thnu ten
thousand ; whilo tho Statoof Louisiana has
n totnl of ninoty-two journals of ovory kind.
ns against 1171 which nppear iu tho State
of Now York, Tho Indians havo tho literary
tasto moro developed than tho Southorners.
Ono bundled nnd twonty-tivo " Crcoks"
who livo nt Kufaula cousumo ncnrly four
timos ns many copies of tho Indian Jour
naif nnd tho ' Ohorokces" of Vintn nro
nearly ns good supporters to tho Indian
Herald.
The Stormy Seas. Tho prosont Win
tor will long bo romombercd ns ono of po.
oulinr hardships on tho oco-in. During tho
mouth of Jnnuury tho total number of ves
icls belonging to or bound to or from ports
in tho United Stntcs reported lost wns 44,
of which 25 woro wreokod, 11 nbandoned,
nnd tbo rest wero foundered or tuisaiug,
The month of February has nlso been n
very trying ouu, aud tho list of disasters ia
ominously large.
A large number of colored laborers from
tho Southern States aro being introduced
into Colorado to work on tho Denver nnd
llio O ramie llnilroad extensions. It is ex
pected that tho number will reach C'000
during tho coming Summer.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
Richards Stroat,
Between Merchant and Queen Streets.
Board 4 per week. 81 Mral Tickets t4.
fVT WVKII CIMIWWI.-M Hi'sMI.-A
I limited number of boarders only. Strict atten
tion to their comfort a specialty. NO CKLKoTtAl.o
jbWijj JJ;
1 kTsu , auth
EMPLOTKU. Unslliy, cuaininess, anu economv en.
ess lauio in iioiiuiuiu. wait aim
For Hill of Kara see (Uiarrs.
ALVHKU U. UUUGUTO.N, Proprietor.
II. W. HKVKILANfJK.
Ifnwnllnri fJotMiil Be. CntiMiliultni Mnrrlinnt
7 aid ( ullfrirnln HI . I nl . Ittmm Ho, i. j
J, M. DAVIDSON,
Attoniny nnit Comunllor nt Ijitt
M'N'llMll HI ,ltllllllll, II I.
I
ED W AUD TIHiSTON,
Attnrnny nml Oomi?illnr nt Law,
ly m Kort Htrfit llinftlnl,
t
MHS. D. b. omrriN,
I ir) Inrt Ht , lliinnlulii,
1'iitliloiin.tiln Mllllnnr nml IDrri4 Mnlmr.
I f.'rw O.....I. ami Hlyli ric unlit ry wniitli. ly
Dili N. D. EMKKSON,
jtiiyenoiAN viv xyi.rnrr
(inicnt Dr. Ilnirmitnti'i' llnu Store, 21 Mcrclmht HI
Hreirt,.i,(.oriier Knkul nml I nit UrcKlhiiul'l hnter
prenilnf") Oflltriliiiiir-U to II a m,3 to I e. x 3 r.ni
J. NOTT & CO..
Impnrtor nml Dmilnr In Slovci, Rnti;r,
.Metnl, 1 1 nti tt Ktirnleliln v Oiimln, (,'rockfry. lllm nml
Chlnn Wnrr, I'rncllcnl Mrcl nritc. Itoiioliiln, II. I,
I ly
!PIX-I3i:3tJL''S
CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY
AND GROCERY.
A ,n. II l.llllm Mrrrl. j
A.W. niCKAHDSON ScCO.,
IHruiirKiM ami iikai rn !!
Ilnnti, Hlioea, I'uril l III m; (looilit, Hutu. dnpi. Tnmlo,
VbIIum, Ivrfuinery nml Hnaii, Wnlthnm Witlchi1,
I'Iiip Jrwrlry, i lc, rnrnir of l'ort nml .Mrrehnnt !..
lloiltllnlll, If, I, I ly
M. DICKSON,
Photocrfiphlo Artlut,
IW nml Hll Port Htri'H.
l'Iclnr'ii of nil lriii nml kluiN maili to onlcr, nml
rranien of nil ipcrlpllon ciinttnntly mi linnil. Alio,
Hlirll. I.'ornln. nml iltirlmltlcn iif tin) 1'oclflc. '-' ly
U W. HOPP,
Cntilnot Maker, UjitioNtoror, Donlar In
Fnrnltnrn,
No. KSKIiib Htrrrt, lirttveon Nininnii unit Kurt Hlreetii.
.MntlrcBi'i'B cnnilniillr on hnnil or inndi- to nnlcr.
V1
TIIOS. O. THRUM,
Importing nnd MnnnfnotnrinR Stntloner.
Now Acont, Book Blnilur, &o
Merchant Strert. anil Denier III
Kino fltntlnncry, Ilookf, Mulc, Toyn nml I'nncy Oomlii,
1 Kort Hlrctt, nenr Hotel, lliinululii. ly
w. M. wrM.vrn, Jims iwkmiu,
"WENNER & CO..
J'ort atrrct, nppoalto Oild l'cllow' Hull,
Mnnnfnoturlnt; Jowolon, Diamond Sottnm,
KnurnvrrH, nml Dcnlcm In .lewiflry of nil kinds. Hhi-ll
and Knknl .Icttilry nnuln lo order, Oritur aIho re
ridvcit nml foitli fully nttendcil to for all kliidn of llnlr
Work In Jewelry or .Memorial t)tl(;ni 1 ly
FRANK OERTZ,
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER
No. M Merchant .St., next to Thou O Thrum.
llool mill Nlioi'i Mmlo to Orili-r, or lli'it ,11 it-
K'rlitl.iiuil nt ltiMtiililo I'rlpet.
Boots and Shoos ma do for Cash only
ajy
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Importer nnd 'Wholnnalo Doalom in Gono-
rnl Morohnndlso,
3 Makcc'it lllock, (Jueen Street. ly
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Torwnrtlinp; nnd Commiuion Merchants,
till California Ht.,Snii frnnclnco.
Special facilttlc for nnd particular attention paid to
3 conalgnmentit of Inland produce. ly
"VOILiOiSLlSrO HOUSE
citA'rrit fir of in..un.
W. IL LKNTZ, MANAGER.
Plenty to cat. a rnntlnc fire, clean beds, and tho ct
attendance on tlm nnwnilun imaniin
VU Itor rcnuirlm: nn
ns nny unimi.il iiuplny or volcanic
he Mnnni'er nt leant ten day notice
from eleven to thirteen In foul.
nciinn win Kimiiyi
In fine weather, nn
T ly
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY.
R. LOVE A. BROTHER, Proprietors,
XUUANU SHEET.
Pilot, Medium nnd 'ay Bread alway on hand and
mode to order Also, Water, Soda and lluttcr Crack-
cri, Jenny Llnd Cnken, &r.
Ship llrcad rc-liaked on ttio rhortest notice. Family
Uread. made of the Best Flour, baked dally and alwaya
on liauu.
X. II. Ill-own II r mil or tlm Ilcxt Quality
jy
T. J. MOSSMAN,
Importer and Denier in Crockery,
Plain and Decorated Porcelain, Cut and I'resi-cd 01ns,
Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery, C'handcllcr, Lamps,
Chlmneya, Etc.
Fire Proof Store, cor. Kluc and Xuuanu Sts., Honolulu.
y
E, COOK WEBB, M. D.,
IHomeopathht,
(Late Chief of Stall Homeopathic Hospital, Ward'i
Island, '. Y.)
Onicc 60 Fort Street. Special attention to diseases of
women and children.
Offlco lioiirK Until 10 A. M. g to r. a. 3 ly
O. SSOKLKrN. O. INOU.Nfi.
G. SEGELKEN & CO.,
No. 5 Nuuanii Street,
Tinsmiths nnd Plnmbors. Doalors in Stoves,
o,..,n. Tin Ml.oet frmi mill Ciinner Ware, keen con
utantly on hand a full assortment of Tinware, Gulvan-
lzed Iron and Lead Pipe, India Itubber Hose, lc, Ac.
a ly .
HIOGINS &. JESSETT,
Nos.SUandUKIngHt.,
afigJrS-w Cnrrtngo Bnlldon, Trlm-si
WWmtn, Painters, Varnishors 3-Ei
All kinds of Itepalrliisnttciuled to, and good work
Ijiuraiiteed at Low Kntcs. 8 ly
A. Is. SMITH,
41 rOBT STniET, liriHITEII AND DKaLrn IN
M'rlden Quadruple Plated Ware, Olaajware. Klnc's
Combination Spectacles nnd Kye Olasscs, Brackets,
Vases, Lustral Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture
Frames, Wostonholm'a Pocket Knles, hclnors. Pis
tols, Powder, Shot nnd Ammnnltfatn, Clark's Spool
Cotton, Machine Oil, nil kinds of Machine Needles,
"Domestic" Paper Fashlous, Sole Agent for tho uni
versally acknowledged
Light Running Somestlo Sowing Mnchino
(jiicii. mtowrv
ATTORNET AND CODNSELIOR AT LAW.
NorAitY I'uni.ic
And Agent for taking Acknowledgments of Instrnmantsfor
tba Island ofOshu.
oSl No. 8 Kaahumanu Strest. Ilnnolnln, II. I. ly
i'iii:o. ii. avii:m.
LT Jasioh, Oaiki k Co.J
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
aid ait roa
I.loyd'sandlhllTrpoolUndrwrllrs,
nrltUh and foreltn Marine Insurance Company, and
Northern A ssnrance Cmiipany. oM- y
ii. w. n.t:iMKiint At co..
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION KERCHANTS,
Koblnson's l'lre-proo'llultdln,
QussnStrset, Honolulu, n.I.
aointh roa
Tin OImjow and ltonololn l.loa of Tacksts.
John Hay Co's Llveriol and Loudon Packsts.
The Walkspn I'lanutii'ii,
The Spencer PlanUtlon. Illlo,
Dskalau Hlsnlallim, Hllu.
Mlrrlses, Tsli . Walson, 8ne;ar Maehlnsry.
Tl, PiiiikiaMlittD lUiahCumpAttT. Tl
I, X. OASrl.lt, J. I. AIIMIOII
C4HTI.il IIOOkK,
SHIPPINQ AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IMl'OHTKRS AND
Doalors in Conoral Merchandise,
No. 10 Kin3trsst, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
., aoknts ron.
The Union Iniaranea Compsnyof n rranelseo. Ths Nsw
ensland muiiisii.ii n.u.u. ,...,.,..., ..,.....
a.. ..- i'aiksat Llnr.
TntKotiaUt'lsntatlon,
The Haiku I'lantatton,
till '" "" - - V' . .
lir. Jyi A itiViCtUbcMM
l.IIolnaast
Wllu IMSIIUHOII.
ttamskua t'lanlatlon.
lihe'.lsr A Wilson's. Swln
Machine. lo'wi
BISHOP ft CO.,
:b l isr :b. aa n. m ,
IIONOIsVLV. I ! HAWAIIAN IsUsAMD
. . DRAW rSXClIANQK O.H-.
IHE IsAHK Of CILIFMNIt, :::$ FMKMC0
' -.ivasiaaaiTM-
Hsw York,
aloa,
Aacklaaul,
mOMEMUl'imcWNilTW. : : : IMMa
'. n r AID TSIIBSatlCSIIIS
MellMara,
And lraaMt aQsasral Bas.ln( Bastasai. IM ly
HONOLULU, II. J., SATURDAY,
wiijii:u a '.,
Cornr of Inn unit CJiif.n Mi.-U lit rotoln,
Lumber, Talnti, Ollt, Halli, Malt and Building
Ji Materials of yery kind.
IIII..I. II. .IIIN'I'lS.
O OVITMlliJ,OTt -V'X -TJVtV
JWI Nn. lKslinmaniittit
BARTOW TUCKER, Auntloneers,
Hairs Jtoom, No M tjui-en Street
ejtd.iorto Wm (I Irwin KVn'n UK ly
V. A. ''H.tlil'l'.lt Ac '0..
Importorn A Commlaslon MorohnntB
jfU lleti'ltlii llmhM llli.l (ly
. H. 'IJ,il,vlirJH. .11. !..
BUItOEON AND 1I0ME0PATH10 IHYBlCHK.
(Ifflen Orii-r fort and tlrsliisH, lli.ni.liilu, Irt
II. l. AI,t.1IN,
Auctioneer nnd Commisslnii Merchant.
QnjiilMrrrl.Jllitiriliiln II. I. Is"..ly
i:i
ioi'CN;ioi.Ai::i:tt a .,
luronrEits
AND COMMISSION MF.ItCHANTB
llnnnlnln.Ostin II, I. n-) ty
r. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
Importers nml C'litiittilssioii Morohnnt,
Ml N n a ii ii Hirer t. Ilonoliilu, 13
a. n. !i,i:Jiioitr. Ac ;..
mrnarns ahii nrsltas iv
Gonornl AiXox'olxaaa.cliswo,
7S4 f'orner (n-.ri anil Kitsliitniniitirllrrrls, If
ii. ii,;i: .'iliii Ac ;o.,
OEHEKAt COMMISSION AOENTS,
Oiirn-n ftf'M. Ilonolnlh. II. I. (IJ lyl
A. IV. II I'M II.
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
Famllyllrocsryand Fsed more,
;'. lyl 60KrlHlrf-l.lli)iilnln.
MRS. A. M. MELLIS,
FnsbtonnMn Drnas nml Clonk Mnlior,
101 Kort street, lloiioliiln, II. I,
rf) M) ly
iii.i.i:m ac :o..
Ship Chandlers and Commitiion Merehnnti.
pQrtcrianilll4slfrsln Oenernl Merclinii.lUe,Qoeiirqtrdt
llnn'ilillll.llawsllaiilsUliils. MOly
i.Airsi:
COMMISSION
a. ;..
MERCHANTS
And Importers ofsml llesltrs In Ilay, (Jrslo, slid (Irnrral
rn-luc-. I .lulu. II. 1. til ly
.IOICj II. IVt'I'V,
NOTARY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER of DEEDS,
For the Mali s nf California and New York. Office t the
JUnk i. f Ill-hop A. Co., . llntiiilittn. tibia ly
.ioii. T. uatiikiioiim:.
IMPOnTEIl AND DEALEH IN OENEKAL
MEP.CUANDISE.
l Qiihii Nml, llimoliilii. II. I. ly
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
Agent to tnlio Acknowledgments to Con
trnctn for Lnbor.
813 1 Interior Onice. Hon luln. ly
.1. .u. win r.i;v, ,vi. i., . i .
Dental P.ooms on Foit Street,
OlUce In Brevier's, llirck, comer Hotel end Fort street,
Oil ly Entrance, Hotel .Vre't
lhu sritEc.tti a. w. o. uiwi.v.
iv.ii. a. mtriii a. ;.,
Sugnr Fnctors and Commission genti
Honolulu. 11.1.
ii. i:. ,iioi.'iviti: A: iiito'rin:u.
RROCERY. FEED STORE and BAKERY,
Corner of King and Fort streets,
HONOLULU. ly
IIUDT. 1-BWKnS, C. M. rooKE.
1. 1: iv : it m a : o u i: ,
Successors to Lzwzns A Bicksox,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS.IN LUMBER
And all kinds of Building Materials,
Fort Street.
dD-i ly
Honolulu.
DR. EMERSON.
PKYBICIAPir JVIWI3 BCnOEON
Oftkc at Dr. Iloirmnnn's, SI Queen street. Ilerlilence
Corner Fort and Kukui sts. (the old Kiuper ptimUes.
818 Otllce hours 'J to 11 A M.. 2 to t P. M. ly
lll.l.li4.'IIA.1l Ac CO.,
IMPOKTEKS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE
Cutlery, Ury noods, Paints and Oils, and General Mer
chnndiiie. No. 37 1-ort Street. Honolulu.
ITU ly
it. F. j:iisL.i:ie. Ac ;o.,
DEALERS IN DRY OOODS AND GENERAL
MERCHANDISE,
UMi-proofStore, Fori 81.. aboveOiM yellows Hall. llt-Iy
' II. O. HAL.I. Ac !.04,
IMPORTERS AND DEALEBS IN HARDWARE
Dry Goods, Paints, Oils and Oentral Merchandise,
(TM.ljr CiirnerFortand KlngSts.
b. a. p. cAnraa, f. c. joins, Ijo.
C. BREWER & CO..
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
7m Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands, ly
A. W. PEIRCE & CO,,
8HIP CHANDLERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AOKMTS rOU '
Brand's duns and Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' rain Kiuer,
8VV-.1 No. 40 Queen street, Honolulu. ly
S. M. CARTER.
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Con
tracts for Labor.
Offlco at P. M. S. Dock, Esplinade, Honolulu, II. I.
Kll 15 ly
u. E. wmTNxr. Established 1S50, j, w, bobihtson
WHITNEY Sc ROBERTSON,
(Successors to II. M. Whitney)
Importing svnil Mannf-ctnrlng Stationers,
Publishers, News Sealers, Book
Binders and Paper Rulers.
10 & at Merchant Street, Honolulu. II. I. KM SO
CASTLK A HATCH,
Attorneys rvt Xjattct.
V. IL CASTLK, Notary Public, attend all the
Courts of the Kingdom.
Particular attention paid to the negotiation of Loan a,
Convoyanclnc, Collectlnc, etc. otr Money to loan on
sfiirlcage.
Drticei No. IS Kaahumanu strest. Honolulu, Hawaiian
Islands. "0 ly
IIV.IIArV 'IIIIOM.,
Importers of General Merchandise
FItOM
FJIAXOE, ENGLAND, GERMAyV, AND
U XI TED STATES,
No. 29 Merchant Street, Honolulu, II. I,
IIY.1I,IK UKON.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
SIS and SIS California Street,
HAN r II A ! ! 1 H V o .
ttf TartlcuUr Attention paid to ttlllug and shipping
Island orders. tu ly
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
AI.I.AX HEKBKKT, Proprietor.
S?
HOTKL 8TKBET.UONOLULU.
Entrances on Hotel, Klrhirds, and BereUnla Streets
FIRtT-CLAIS IM KVKWY RKSPlCT.
Prices tha asms at Flrat-CUas Hotel to San Franclxo,
831 a
rJAYOnSlX EXTRA MUSS UKKP
J Kssteru KXUA friuie riKK,
tarsals by ' Wl 15 '
California rig Fork,
aWLLZB vp.
fai Msygai?FiasjMjEfrt
Press.
" s -ts x x-?"zXr
zzsrz
MARCH 20, J8S1.
ED. V. ROWE,
If ouan ttnil Slicn Pnlntnr, Pnpor Hanger, &o,
1, 1 ?f.i )Q7 King Hlrt, llnnolnlri j
V.H. .lOIIMO,
TWCoxola.n.Tit Tnilor.
lot .to Hi full hi,, blor. WInfiM'. y
: iCi'iTi.rTiTm" '
BLACK8MITH AND MACHINIST
1 1 ran Miui'liiu, CitrrliiK'' Ufirli,
I'lniitntloit ,11 lie III ll pry, Ar.
ffn filiop onKlngHlrset ne faslln f note's w
PIONEER STEAM
Candy Manufactory and Dakory
3T. IIOHN,
PrsetlenI Confectioner, Pantry Ccofe And EaVer,
SIS 1 Hotel stieebetwe en Nnuanu and Fort, ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
f?PTl. ."TBAM r.MIl.tr.M, t.'flAll MILLH
sfcsViH. Hollers, C.)olr, Iron, tlr..n'l l.'.d C.tllnut
Mnchlnory of Every Doscrlptlon,
-.Mdeli0(i)r -lis
Particular attention paid to Shlp'i BlnekimlthlnB
r JQII Wf)llKfiild on lh shot test nolke. (i,SIl ly
TIIO.IIAM (!K,'
M AOHIKTIS T,
Jfn. 10 fort ftircel, Q q
win .....! ih.Ii ..,,.. tM .... sksrsiA
I ! P,.U . sr ....,
Luuri, uun a ucncnuL ntrflin Line.
Ha will iclve sp-clil atu-nllon lo eleaulnK, repslrlns;
and regulstln; Hewlnf Maelilnet, nnd all other kinds of
Light Machinery and MeUI Work of every iltvflpllon.
lllactsiiiithli.K, etc.
Alvi, on hand arid fur sola cheap,
A Variety of Sowing Machines
limn, I'lalola. Miol, Ammunition,
Mnchino Oil, Needles, Olc, die., Ac.
eewlnir lnyin Tuckers, lllnd-rs. and all other eiirn
and duplicate parts of machines supplied on shoit notice.
- lit st ilachHe TwHI.-srn
Mf Ag'nt in thtt Kingdom or
The Florence Hewlns; Jlacliliie, from 1 40 to (!0.
Whltu Hewms; Machine, rrooi n lo 74.
llomothiiillelewInK Machine, from III t,) S.
Kir Including all estras o. ly
i iiavi: Ni:;i:itKi a
FIRST -0LA33
SHOER
"s
Anil nm prrpnreil lo inrry on llila llrnnrfs
ol rar lllMlne In n iitmiiicr siitls.
factory lo my I'Klroiio.
OWNERS OF FINE STOCK
Will do well to give me a Call.
Horses sent to my King St. Shop
Will be fai lliulli attendnl lo.
" 3m C, WEST.
C3rVLCfTSt 001137",
JIAKUFACTURED OF
REFINED A. NO. 1 SUGAR
BY
Pratical Confectioner & Pastry Cook
Pioneer Steam Candy, Factory
Lemon and Tamarind Svrups always on hand
T . m Ct 1 1 33. 3. s
Put np In A. Ko. 1 Keflned Sugars, highly
recommended for Sea voyages.
American, French, English
and
German Pastries
Made to Order at short Notice
Wedding Cakes Ornamented
In the highest St)lcof Art.
lllch fresh home made Chocolate Creams, Coco j nut and
Cream Candles.
Xo. 71 Hotel Ntreet rl. .Vunann and rort
fli ly qr
THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE
INSURANCE COMPANY.
Established 1W6.
Unlimited Liability to Stockholders.
Assets S3I.SW.100
itescrve.
,750,(00
Income for 1ST3:
Premtnms received after deduction of rein
surance $ S,332,?35
Losses promptly adjusted and paid here.
1 3m IIINIIOI dc Co.. Acrnts.
FIREMAN'S FUND
Insurance Compahy.
A Leading Home Company.
Asssta, June 30th J7S707.I7
Additional Cash Capital (now being called In) SS0,0u0 CO
Total Assets $1,11707.17
rpiiT: riRKMA2s"'S FU'D ISU1-
X ANCE COMPANY bails Its claims to the best
Eatronage upon Its sound financial condition, reinforced
y Its accession of capital, giving It over a million
dollars In assets; Its eitenslve system of Agencies, In
suring It a Urge premium Income, without the neces
sity of heavy concentration of lines; Ita adherence to
tho best principles and practices of Underwriting; by
open, fair and clearly expressed contracts, and prompt
and equitable adjustment and payment of legitimate
losses,
Kor seventeen years It has been favorably known aa a
conservathe underwriter, and during that time has
paid over
1,000,000 IN LOSSES,
Tasting triumphantly through the heaviest conflagra
tions known in modern history.
BlHlltip Co., Ainu,
1 3m Honolulu, II. I.
Insurance Notice.
THE I'NUKKNIUMKII AK: PKlPARMI
to write upon Merchandise, per first-class vessels
between this and tho Coast Ports, covering loss or
damage. If amocnllng to III percent, or more, on tba
sound value of the whole shipment at port of delivery,
upon favorable terms.
BISHOP Ar Co.
Agents of the Firemen) Fund Insurance Company.
Honolulu. Jan. 3), IS). tM In
GERMAN LLOYD
Marine Insurance Company of Berlin.
l-'OttTUNA
General InsurancejCompany of Berlin.
THE ABIE l.SUMA!irE CB-'AXtl
have established a General Asency here, and tha
undersigned, Ueneral Agents, am aiithotlied 10 take
Itlaks KKalual Ibe llntSKcraasr llse sseasal Iks)
MtMt KraiaosiakU Kales, stud ass Ik
Host t'stvorabls Trrssss.
815 ly F. A. hCHAEFER t CO.. general Agents.
NORTH BRITISH AMD MERCANTILE
INSURANCE CO..
or LONDON and kuimbukgii.
k3TAnUSIUO IIM.
OAPITAI. .777.. sll.MT.IIII
Atsmisaialatcfl aaal IiitssUsI Vsansl. t,mt,lll
THB UMDKRiaa7KDHAVK BKKM A P.
POIMTKO AOKNTS far Ueaaadslcb Island., and are
aslhetttsxl lolassrlasl riieapoa laiorabls Itrans.
BisSa lakss la aa j part of let I.laad.oa Stoat and VTikmIss
BaiMiaaa and aisrchaadlsa stored therein. Dwslliaf lUaaes
asd furaltars, Tl-bar, Cutis, Ihlpa la fcartwr sartata or with
sal eat-toss, aa4sr resale.
IM Ij HO. fifcmioisi CO
HORSE-
F f3slyM!iV j
NUMBER ,30.
HoMon Hoard of I'mlrrwrllrrs.
A (ll'.MTn for the lUtvallnn fstanils,
,1 " J I llRr.WKIH CO.
I'hlladrlphla Hoard or li'iidrrwrllcrss
AKJIT for the llsitsllslt Isl.n.ls,
wly t iiitr.v, nt rn.
'. -. h;ii,ti:i'i:it.
AOKMT orilremrM llo r.l nt tiiile'rtrrlters,
Atnt of f)ftn IpMflnf t'nderxll.ri,
Ant af Vl.nn llourf r.f Ln4rill.rs,
Clslms sulri't Intnrsnee fm nln llbln th. rIMt.tlt
f th slt IkisMs of dflsrwrlUrf, will hars lo eft
fld tnl.y lhealyirarenl tomVltim valid fsw If
T It A - A T I. A .X T I C
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
ifA.mifiKi.
Capital : t : til Miltlon IMcmmark.
Hihuh imiii:m o.f nrrMii.MiN. r..
rhandlvs and Furniture, on liberal trrns, lr
T.11 lr It ItAfKrilMI ffl Arenl.
ii,.iiitiii(jiinui:.vii:,
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rini: t'xiti,HNii;i luriMi nr.r.Ai.
pointed ,u-nl of th alxive Company, are pre.
psred lo Insure risks sjslnit fi.- on filmif and Uriels
iiiiiiiiiiKs, ann on vn-rrimnniar tinr threln,on
the rnot favoraol' terms
Knr partlenlan apply at the
omre of Kl Ijr
r A rilllARPfilt ACU.
HAMQURC-MACDEBURC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
ok luifiiijiif;.
Bitr,ni.xjt. ,ifi:itciiA.'inisir. rtH.ir.
TfllKand Mae,nery Insured aa;lnst Jlreon the
most favorahle terms.
A. JA i:Uf.U, Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Ml ly
Insurance Notice.
TIIK AHUM KOIt TIIK IlltlTIIII Vor.
etxn lsrlne In.nrsnc Company, (MrnllHI, hss le-r.-l
Inttrnctloei to r.dnee the rales of Impure,
b'tveen llonolalo snd I'urls In the I'scllle, and la now pie
pared to lisne Policies at the loat rttra, with titlil
redncllvu on frlf(lit per steamers.
THKO. II. UAVIKS,
ly HI Aasntnrlt. for. Mar. Ina.CA.. MmllM
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
OK HA It Fit AX CI II CO.
3VCn.xlza.o.
IKOOHPOKATBD, 1806
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS
111 For Ills Hawaiian Islnnds. I
NORTH GERMAN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital, Fire .Millions Reichsmark.
Tin: i'.ih:
appointed A
now ready to
MHMJMlll IIAVIWIJ WIKW3
Agents for the above Company, ate
Issue I'oliclroiisfnlnat Risks ofl'lreoii nnllaV
llllf", Jlereliiiinllae mitl I'liriillMrei
on terms equal totboae of other respectable companies.
Losses paia xoranu aoiuateu nere.
Kor uartfculars . anDlr to
Kit
H. IIACKKEI.U Co . Ajents.
Rhenish Wostphallan Lloyd
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of M. ULAUBAC'If. ItheiiUta Prtsaalia,
Aachen and Leipzig Insurance Co.,
Limited,
or AACIIRX. (AIX.I.A.CIIAPKI.I.E.)
4 1.1. SJI.AI.VfN FOIt I'AHTHJCI.AR AVHt.
J AUK so.tln.d by Goods arrlvlna; here, and Insured
In tne aove mpanle. have to b made with iheos;
nltance of and ceritlUl to by tha underahrned. In order t
H valid. M;ly J. C. (ILI)K. .Irwt.
THE
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OPB03TOX, MASS
I X c. o it i' o u a t r. n , i a 3 3 .
7 he OUUst Purely Mulwd Life Insurance Co.in
the Untied Stales.
Policies limed on the mott favorable Terras.
example or Xoii-Korrelture I'lisis
I.VSUriEU AflE. S5 YKAns-OItUIXAItV LIFE VHP
1 Annual premium continues I'olley 2 y srs dsja
Annual prennnm roniinuea 1 oucy years I nays v
3 Animal premium cntitinea Policy ft year. 27 days v
4 Annual premium cnr.tlnne. P.ley S yearstS days
a Annual prenunmconiiQaes t'iey iu years fto aays
-V-st-otss. 1 gia.BOO.OOOi
IiOssea Fold lhroiis;li llnussluln Acerser,
$40.000
CASTLE & COOKE, AJENTS
8I FOn TIIF. IIAWAIIA5 ISI.A.1IIS. ly
WILDER & CO.,
Agent for the Ilawatllaii Islands,
OK THE
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF MEW YORK.
Largest, Safest and Moat
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
IN THE WORLD!
Assets .(i880)...$9O,OOO,OOO
-xxsXj ovisxr.
Now is a Good Time to Insure
None but FJrit-Clajs Rl.ks laksn,
Sll.-lu
THOS.G. THRUM,
. IMPORTIXaANDJIAXUFACTUBISO
ro,
STATIONER. NEWS AGENT
AND
BOO.EC. XXiTXXlXl.
Merchant Street, anil Dealer In
Fine Stationery, Books, Fancy Cools
Tort Street (Brewer's Block).
TVEJTV OOIS
Received for each Department every month, and
Special Orders attended to with promptness.
The Bindery Department
Is tht only Competent Establishment la the city to
attend lo all work from Pamphlet to Presentation Uook
mndlnra, ana liunk Book xannrsctarlnf 01 any de
scription. THE STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
It belnc renewed with Staple Ooods and Novelties
constantly, anions th most successful of which tor
time and money savlti; and convenience, are
Letter Paper a4 Xete Paper
In Blocks of V Keatr, each, or Ii Ream slnrle sheets.
SOMETHINO NKVr-Utter Heads and Notelleads
f all sheet wlih view of Diamond Head. Can be hasl
la stnjle iheeta to ocdtr.lt desired.
THI NEWS DEPARTMENT
Hat special ears and attention, ta insnra accarsey sad
prompt dtllvsty. HI am
rTHKIel'BKaT NtRTstM
strains, and of all azea. rOK SALS,
boied and delivered to steamer or
schooaer, AT MODERATE PRICKS.
saasaasaa sstaaslslsr ta aaairt Bilk Iks)
ssv ls Isapravss ksi lks mmw sssavsa,
M Vajr Us saalra is stfclss.
IM
A. HSKIIIatT, HiwaUa Heist.
cm a. . !s- . jr
rrH.yfte,
IjmW aPsaLaVHHPSsV
G. BREWER & CO.
NOW .
Oltor tlio Cargo
OF THK AStr.RICAN
BARK "EDWARD MAT,"
JOII.sflKs.sr, JMftTrR,
(! from Boston abont the mlddlef Msrth,)
CONRInTinrj IN TART AB TOhUffrtt
Stcnm, Cnmncrlnnd and Store Coaf
Keroiene Oil, " ElertrJc" Brand.
Kcroiene 0il,"Brewer'i Bent," 160 Tet
O n, r tl 1ST. ntcltcn,
naalern Pino Uirrcl Rliooks,
Oars "CopriT-llpfieiJ," Umln,
I'ilch, Tnr, Fire Clay, Plailrr Parii,
Ico HafrfBcrator varJnos tiren,
BARRELS EXTRA MESS SERF,
Pick nod A 20 Handles.
Pamber UnckeU,
MULE CAETS, Heavy and Light,
Farmers' Iloilcrs, for Plantation use ;
An lnvoico uf Cut Nails, aesarlcil;
Ames Hhuvcls, Hunt's Axes and Hatchets.
a hkm hkm-xted
Stock of Cboioe Groceries t
Lewis' Tomatoes, Cases Sausage Meat,
Orccn Corn, Kuccotaili,
Ulierkins, 1 and i gall,
lioston linked Beans, Corn Starch,
Tomrnto aad Mock Turtle Soap.
Sandwicli Ham and Tongue,
Irish Slew, HarrJcnt of .Mntton,
Slewed Calves' Head, Dairy Salt,
Qr Uarrcls Family Pork.
Cases Lard, 5 Hi tine, fall weight
Boston Crushed Sugar.
XJoaiat Boards,
FAIRBANKS' PLATFORM SCALES
t Iron Safes, Yellow Metal nnd Kails,
Manila Cordage, New Iicdford make;
WhitcwGod, Slates, Hoscndale Cement.
An Invoice of Carriages,
COJIWtlSISO BOME OF
Ttio Xjcttoiare sVt3rlo
A.XDOF JUTTED XA.fVrACrCRKIM.
Basket Phaetons. Cabriolets.
3Iineral Paint,
Caustic Soda,
Hubber Packing,
Sheathing Felt,
Griudstooes,
Sugar. and Coal Bags.
Portland Cement.
The above Goods III be offered for sale to arrive
UPON REASONABLE TERMS. ?
KM I
:. Bknri:n re -
WILDER CO.
Importers and Dealers in
LUMBER
ASD
BUILDING MATERIALS !
OF AM, KIXIM.
JUST RECEIVED
EX
LATE ARRIVALS!
SEVEIUt
URGEaND WEll-SEUCTEO CARGOES
.nr
couVtiai.o
ALL IHE USUAL SIOCK SIZES
is
SCAHTLIHO,
TIMBES. PLAII, 10A1BI,
FEBCIIO AD PICKETS
ALSO, ON SELAJST
A XMt Coayltt Stock f
DRY REDWOOD!
Scantliog; Plank, sarfaeed and roogb,
Boardi, sorlacet' and roogb; Battens,
Picket, Route, Lattice, Clapboard.
AIM, IX M&CB.
k FINE ASSORTMT OF Will PAPER
LATBKT muisV
MAILS. LOCH,
1UTTJ, KIXOEI,
WLTi. SCSIWI. EU
Paint and Whitewash Brushes
WHITE LKAB,
WMITB EC.
mut eiu
NRsUUG AND OTUft PAUTII
Class,
alt,
Flrswsst,
DOORS SASH BUNDS
ALL SIMM.
Of tarn ntf Htornla Make.
MR SALE IX 41 AKTtTIEI T KIT
ASD AT
I.O'
Wailuku Pr PetrOtoiy.8
Ft
BK8T QUATsITY OF PAIAI ktAK.
ufMHirJltoaiuaUj. Ail elts ltsk 4k
T PAIAI ktAK.
""sSHBi
Caleb
It
III!TII
P5T
LUMBER
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