iW(ijijjiu.t.um-'i'Liifl ...ju.iiyijt f.rrp.Jn,inrTn-ly--t-,r-jjj-,-Jlyl
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Tho Aroado-EGAN & CO.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
New Stock, TintoM HtjlPH to unit tho
Tho Aroado-EGAN & CO.
With tho J'lm-Ht IHnplny of Jooi1h
over hIiouii In thtH Kingdom.
miss i. Tiunrivs
Mr. McGuirc's l.ite rtsidoncoi f!0 1m
New Store, New Goods
Call nnil r.xnsnlno tho
$12.00 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
Gents' Furnisliing Goods
Finest CnHtom JIado Clntlilnc,
I. adieu' A Ucnt'fl Flue fthocn.
300 CORDS Algaroba or
Jfthn& Kmwo Firewood, in qunntl
Im to suit nurclia9crs.
" Annlv to
01 J. P. COLBURN
"X" IX 13
SATURDAY, JAN. 21, 1888.
Stmr Lelnm from llninnkua
S S Mnrlppsn, from San Frnnclsco en
routo to tho Colonics
StmrLlkellko from Knhulut
Stnir Mokolll from Moloknl
SlinrWaUleule from Knunl
Stmr W G ITnll for Lahnlnn, Manlnca,
Komi iind Kmi .it 2 :'.10 p in
Scbr Walchu for Kuau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROWi
Sclir W S Bowno for San Frauclsco at
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr C K Bishop for Wnlnuac, Wainlua
ami Koolnu at 5 ) in
Stmr Llkcllkc for Kaliulul and iltuia at
5 p m
Stmr llokolll for Moloknl at 0 p m
Stmr Kanla for Walauao and Walalua at
0 a ill1
From Kahnlnl and way poits, per
stmr Llkcllkc, Jan 21 Mrs S G Wilder
and 2 children, Mr McAndrcw, Mr
Naonc, Mr Napapa, Mr Bryant, Mr
Center and wife, Mr Byron, S Kaleo,
TjMiI, Nlanpio, Kapol, 1 N Mukre, Mr
Cunningham, Lewi Kcko, Mr Miiiulon,
Olmn Lung, Mr Ncllson, Mr FUhcr, L
Iledcniiin, MrJParncll, II P Myer, Miss
Duncan and 40 deck.
From San Franulseo,per stmr Mariposa,
Jau 21 Mrs II M Whitney, AMfeutlicr
land, Dr McGregor imd wife, Mrs S T
Alexander, Koht Mcore and wife, Annie
McGregor, .1 Petroff, J N S 'Williams,
33 M Morgan, wifo and 2 children, B W
"Wilcox and wife, A L Bryan and wife,
Jas II Tolcr, E Kopke, Mrs Clias S
llipluy, A Horner, C A Peacock, wife
and 2 chllpren, L W Toms, W C Dart,
K N Kollins and wife, Mrs Annie A S
Pierce and son, Geo Bonncy, C E Blair,
P Pcrcival and wife, L Foster, John
Bowler, K,E Ilalstead, W S Morgan, W
M Mcrriott, Frank L Patton, Jas Con
way, II Welk, P Bessco, Chang Lai and
D Young. '
For Lahaina, Kona and ICau, per
stmr W G Hall, Jan 21 Bishop "Willis,
Kahiilc, .1 D Johnson, Akaua, Nahinu,
J D Paris, Mr Ackerman and Mr Pat
ten and 20 deck.
"For San Francisco, per schr "W S
Bownc, Jan 22 Hon Chas Wall, Lewis
Hildcbrand, Mrs IJildcbrand, Henry
Dunpfer and wife, Mrs Biaidwood and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Llkcllkc, 3,223 bags sugar, 39
hides, GO sks corn, G3 sks spuds, 58
bbls poi and 1 horse.
Stmr Waialcalc, U575 bags sugar, 141
puddy and 35 cattle.
The schooner W. S. Bowne will sail
for San Francisco to-morrow, taking
11,9-15 bags sugar and 210 bunches
bananas; wcigut of sugar, 1,453,514 lbs.
Total value of cargo, (50,803.31.
The bark F. S. Thompson arrived at
Kahului last Monday fiom Puget Sound
The S S Mariposa left San Francisco
Jan. 14th at 0 p m. Had moderate and
vaiiablo winds and smooth sea until
Jan. lGth p m. Then strong E S E gale
with heavy confused sea uutil Jau 17th.
Then bad moderate and variable winds
to port. Passed City of New Yoik at
2:30 pm Jan. 20th.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The W. S. Bowno loaves to-morrow
for San Francisco at 11 A. m. and
takes a mail.
Tjjk sailing of the steamer W. G.
Hall was postponed until this after
noon for the mail.
The schooners Mary and Caterina
were Been becalmed, last Thursday,
between Kalihiwui and Kilauea.
A deuk came from Molokai on tho
steamer llokolii this morning, to
supply 1 tables of a select few with
venison, for a while.
, ' .
Kkv. E. P. Baker has read to the
IliloiForeign Church his resignation
of the pastoral oilico to take eflect ut
tho endf tho half-year.
At Maalaea Bay, Mrs. W. M. Gif
fard, Mrs. Frank Hastings, and Miss
Hose Makco will boaid the steamer
Hall and proceed to Kawaihao.
Sukvioe will bo conducted on boaid
H. B. M, S. Carolino to-morrow morn
ing, by tho Bev. J. M. Silver, pastor
of tho Koliala Anglican Church.
Mesbiis. Lewis &, Co, havo received
o-day, by tho Mariposa, on ico, fresh
million, Sacramento River perch,
canvas back ducks, mallards, seals,
. . i
The Bulletin is obliged to tho
"Gazette" for having corrected mis
statements appearing in the S. F.
"Call" respecting tho fust luiincd
LiaiiT rains at Nawiliwili and
llananiaulu, Kauai, yesterday, aro
reported, whilo ut Kilauea and Hana
lei, on tho other sido of tho island,
tho weather was gorgeous,
The Bteamcr O. B. Bishop will sail
on Monday, being her hibt trip to
"Wuiaiuo, Waiuluu and Kooku for
this season. After next week slio
will sail to whorover she will bo most
A twain starts daily from San
Francibco to New York and ono daily
from Now York to San Francisco, tho
journey lasting sovon days. How
many truinB will a traveller meet in
coining front Now York to Sun Francisco?
Tim IJt'i.LETiN is under obligations
to Mr. A. M. Howott, nowbdculer,
etc., Mcrchnnt street, for nowspaper
IIoi nlo is n pleasant, cool, refresh
ing bovorngc. It is manufactured by
J. E. Brown it Co. at tho Tahiti
Lomonado Works, and nuy bo had
nt tho depot, Merchant street.
Ah Tuck, tho Chinaman who was
tried for murder, and convicted of
manslaughter in tho first degree, was
sentenced this morning to seventeen
years imprisonment ut haul labor.
The "Alia California" of the 14th
instant says, editorially, thai there is
no cause of alarm over the smallpox
epidemic there. Tho number of eases
is decreasing, and the malady being
brought under control.
One hundred dollars reward is
offered by the United Carriago Com
pany for informaon that will convict
tho porson or persons, who unhitched
a part of tho harness of the horse
attached to hack No. 42, while on tho
stand on King strcot, on Friday night,
the 20lh inst.
The lust annual report of tho U.
S. Post Office Department speaks of
negotiations in progress with thirteen
South American States for tho estab
lishment of a parcel post. "Wlion
shall wo hear that arrangements havo
been lnado for a parcel post to tho
Mn. J. W. Yarndloy having ic
covered from his lato illness, is pre
pared to receive pupils who are desir
ous of cultivating tho voice, and also
those who wish to becomo proficient
piano accompanists. This latter
class will bo afforded a rare oppor
tunity of studying classical music.
He will also tako a few pupils for tho
The stables and carriago stand on
King street, near Liliha street, gen
erally known as tho King's stables,
which have been in disuse for soveral
months past, have again resumed
business. The people of that neigh
borhood are pleased at tho rc-open-ing.
They havo felt tho inconvenience
of being without a place near at
hand for tho hire of carriagos ovor
since tho stables closed.
There will be an open air gospel
meeting conducted by the ladies of
the "W. C. T. TJ. to-morrow (Sun
day) afternoon, Jan. 22d, at 3 :30
o'clock, at the foot of Fort street.
Everybody is welcome. A short
sermon and good singing.
THE BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The following is the programme
of the Blue Ribbon League's enter
tainment at the Y. M. C. A. Hall
this evening, beginning at 7::0
o'clock. All are cordially invited :
Piano Solo Mrs. Hanford
Heading Miss Nellie Lowrey
Song... Mr. C.Jackson
Recitation Mr. Curtis
Soug Miss Jenny Grieve
Address Dr. Ueokwith
rirrn 1 1
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a conceit this afternoon at 4:30
o'clock at Emma Square. Following
is the programme : .
Maich Plzarro ,... Arbuekle
Overture Marltaua AVallace
Komancc Kose.softly blooming. .Spohr
Selection Lombardlans Vet dl
March Prague Komsaek
Nest week being moonlight week,
therefore the band will play on Mon
day and Thursday evenings at
Emma Square, and Tuesday and
Friday evenings at Thomas Square.
HOW TO REACH OUR YOUNG MEN.
Who can bo wiser than tho wisest
of men ? Who can go beyond tho
terse rule Solomon lays down? A
man that hath friends must show
himself friendly. Don't talk about
the interest you have in young men ;
but tako an interest in their welfare,
show a kindly feeling for them, sa
Jute them cordially and lovingly,
talk to thcm.of their work and pros
pects, invite them to your table.
Even a nod of friendly recognition
is worth more than a half-hour's
prayer meeting talk. As a success
ful pastor told his people, "I would
rather have ono fresh flower than
four acres of your dry hay."
The 6teamor Mariposa arrived off
the harbor shortly after daylight this
morning, She was boarded by the
port physician, Dr. Brodie, who
mndo a personal examination. He
found lio sickness whatever on board.
The steamer was admitted to the
stream, where alio remained at
anchor for sometime. Later she
was admitted to the wharf to dis
charge cargo, tho wharf being in the
meantime guarded as quarantine
ground. The mails were landed,
fumigated, and distributed. Neither
the passengers nor tho crew have
been permitted ashoro. The Board
of Health has been making arrange
ments for quaranteening the passen
gers for this port, but arrangements
were not complete at tho time of
our going to press. The quaran
tine is Bimply because the steamer
comes from an infected port. Tho
Mutiposa will leave for Now Zealand
to-night about midnight.
By the mail to-day it is learned
that threo Spanish vessels, with troops
and n now governor, havo arrived
at l'onapc. Tho governor, who is
reportod as very humane, has effect
ed an amicable settlement with tho
natives. The Ave kings have sur
rendered to the Spaniards and tinea
chiefa, ring-leaders of the Into
massacre, have been made prisoners.
Everything has been settled in a
quiet way, not a drop of blood being
Late Foreign News.
(2ty the Mariposa, to-day.)
Gloucester, Mass., Jan. 7. Sev
eral men from Twlllinjjatc, Green
Bay,Newfoundland, arrived here to
day en routo to Seattle to cngago in
seal fishery. They report the cod
fish and her ring catch this season
on Newfoundland's coast as poor
and the Labrador catch as fairly
good. Tho stories of starvation in
that locality, they say, aro false and
tho people aro quite comfortable.
Bismarck, D. T., Jan. 7. The
terrific snowstorm which has been
raging throughout the Northwest for
a week past shows no signs of abate
ment. It has fallen steadily in this
section for the past week, and is the
heaviest storm known in the history
of the Territory. Small houses on
the outskirts of the city are rendered
entirely indistinguishable, being
completely covered with snow. Traf
fic is rendered entirely out of the
question. Farmers will not venture
into the city, and there arc many
who are here waiting until after the
storm abates before venturing home.
To add to the distress a fierce north
wester is blowing and drifting snow
from one place to another, forming
at the same time huge hiss.
New York, Jan. 9. Carpenters
and workmen generally in the build
ing trades are arranging for a mass
meeting in this city to protest
against tlte employment of foreign
era who make a regular practice of
coming here to work during the
open building soason, and returning
to Europe when cold weather sets
in, and repeating this programme
annually. It is reported that the
number of these workmen is large.
New York, Jan. 9. The Com
mercial Bulletin reports sales about
two weeks since of 3G,G18 bags of
Hawaiian sugars on the basis of 4
c of 98 test to a Philadelphia buyer,
which has since arrived, and also
75,474 bags extra superior nianila
at 5c ex ship.
Lafayette, Ind., Jan. 9. Word
has just been received here that the
Wabash Westbound passenger train
which left hero at 9 :80 this morning
ran into a freight train at West Le
banon, thirty miles from here, ditch
ing tho entire passenger train and
injuring many persons.
Ottawa, Jan. 9. Tho Department
of Agriculture will take measures to
quarantine against small-pox, re
ported to be prevalent on the Pac
The Court denied the motion for
arrest of judgment, holding that
under the laws of the Hawaiian
Kingdom upon a proper representa
tion of a foreign Government, a
fugitive could be extradited out
side of the Extradition Treaty. He
was accordingly sentenced to fivo
years in San Qucntin prison.
Washington, Jan. 9. A motion
was made in the United States Sup
reme Court to-day to dismiss the
Maxwell case from St. Louis on the
ground of want jurisdiction. The
decision was withheld.
Washington, Jan. 10. The Judi
ciary Committee this morning, by a
strictly party vote, adopted tho're
port to reject the nomination of Sec
retary Lamar to be Justice of tho
Supremo Court. It is expected the
report will be taken up very soon
and tho case disposed of by Laraar'B
The committee will unite in ro
commonding tho confirmation of
Vilas, and tho report will bo re
ferred to the Senate in secret ses
sion this afternoon.
New York, Jan. 10. The Federal
Club last night passed resolutions
protesting against the confirmation
of Lamar on tho ground of his hos
tility to tho Fifteenth and Sixteenth
I New York, Jan. 10. The "Her
ald's" Washington special says: A
ft'icnd of Randall's makes the state
ment by authority that Randall will
not Yoto to repeal or modify the
duty on sugar, and that ho will
opposo all proposals to repeal the,
duty or largely modify it.
"Git cr long da, Mugwump, git
er long," said Uncle Rastus, who
was driving by with a load of char
coal. "Yo' ain't wuth do straw jo'
"Why do yon call your mule
'Mugwump, ' Uncle Rastus?" in
quired a gentleman,
"I calls dat mule 'Mugwump, 'sah,
kaso he's er mulo.
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
in i-.iininina. z pr innilm.
RYAN'B BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
NEW FLOUNCE EMBROID
rlcs, new Bummer Lawns, new
Combination Suits, just opened at Sachs
store, 101, Fort Street.
BARGAINS IN TORCHON
Lacei, 10G0 ynrdi of J.lucn Lnce,
flightly soiled, at a sacrifice at Snchs'
store 101 Forst frtrcct.
CLEAN RAGS arm second hand
clothing will be gratefully rccolv.
cd for the use of tho Inmates of the
Brunch Hospital for Lepers nl Kakaako,
or nt the Leper fckttlnicnt on Molokai,
If left wltli J. T. Watcrhouse, jr., nt the
Queen Street Store. t&f If
NEW CHOP HOUSE.
The undersigned respectfully notify
the public, that they have
(Next nbove the Custom House)
First Class Chop and Lunch House,
Where their patrons are nqgurcd of re.
curving nothing hut whnt is
first class In lood, cookiuR
r NO CHINESE ArtE EMPLOYED -j
Hy strict attention to business and an
earnest endeavor to plcusu our patrons,
we solicit your patronnge.
BAItHKlt & McLEAH.
A Chance to Procuro a Good Paying
OWING to mv intended departure I
wUh to sell my Cigar Store and
Billiard llooni. This is one of the best
equipped Billiard Booms in the town.
I have four Tables of ihc very latest
deigns, and ouo Pool Tablo with pa
42im c. j. McCarthy.
MESSRS J.E. BROVTN;&CO. arc
authorized to collect accounts duo
to me, and their lcculpt will bo a suffi
A. M. HEWETT.
Honolulu, Jau, 3, 18&S. 21) im
FOR RENO? OR IiEASE.
The premises now occupied
uy a. J. Malioc, at hapjlama
Entrance throucli Austin Luue
'Ihe house consists of parlor, 5 bed
rooms, kitchen, pantry and dining room.
Possession given immediately.
01 Apply to J. F. COLBURN.
if Boats for Sale.
VE HAVE OK HAND
A Few Samples of our Boats.
Also, plans and estimates of all kinds
of Boats and repairi given at short
notice. We use only best material in
their construction ; no Monkoy.pod
whatever; believing that the best labor
and material payn best, both buyers and
builder, navlng alrcidv published
price and several essential points not
generally known beneficial to boa's
round our Islands, which intending
purchasers would do well to note. Our
improved facilities for building or re
paiMug enable us not only to furnish
a superior article but cheap, and whero
doubt exists in this we desire a compa.
rativc inspection, before sole, at the En.
tcrpri8c Mill or Printer's Lane, Punch,
bowl street, where sumpcls can be seen.
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter & Builder.
Mutual Telephone 82.1. 88 tf
Having removed her Dressmaking
No. 1 7 Emma St.,
"Will be pleased to see her friends and
patrons there from and after January
Mutual Telepheno 484 ; Bell 410.
THE Kaplolnni Park Association will
not bo responsible for any debt
contracted in its nmno without the writ
ten order of its Tn-aurr.
A. S. (JLEUIIOHN.
32 2w Pimldent.
FOR RENT, LEASE,
The Walkikl residence of Mr. Fred H
Hayselden situatid at Knpiolani Park
between tht residences of Ilou. W. G.
Irwin, and Sir. Frank Brown, Is offered
for rent, lease, or sale. For terms apply
to tho undersigned
03 tf FltKl) H. HAYSELDEN".
nPIIE Co.paitnuiship existing between
JL S. F. Graham and E. Q. Seliuumii,
of Hoholulii, under the firm name of
the "Paoitlc Transfer Co." doing busi
ness in Honolulu, was dhsolved by mu
tual consent on the 8th day of June,
lb87. All nsots and nihilities of said
firm were aeMiincd by E, G, K( human.
Riimi )H.F. GRAHAM,
DURING my absence from this King
dotn my son I). II. Davis will act
for mo uuder full power of Atlornov.
Honolulu, Jan. Ill, 1888- 1)0 Iw
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING
X advertise it in the Daily Bulletin
WMWSM GW WA,SWZQm
Goods Reduced in everydepartment.
I beg to state that it i hnpoBsiblu to announce a price list of every article in my store,
but my entire stook of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Gent's Furnishing Goods.
Boy's Clothing, Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoos,
House Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Has been reduced, and the greatest inducements are offered.
Remember, it will pay you to visit the Temple of Faslitoii during this Great Sale.
Children's Cashmere Vests, short sleeves, extra quality, reduced from 75c to 25c.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's Yests, in Balbrigan, Merino, Gau.e, and all wool full lines,
Children's Sun Bonnets, from 50c to 15c. ; better qualities reduced 25 per cent.
Children's Lace Caps, reduced from 50o to 15c. . -
A splendid and large assortment of children's lace caps, sold at cost, ' V
Ladies' white wrappers, reduced from $2.50 to $1.75.
Ladies' calico wrappers, only 75c.
Special attention is called to my stock of Infant's and Children's White wear, every article
in that line sold at cost price.
Misses' and Children's white dresses, only 50c.
Immense Bargains in Ladies' White Underwear.
Great Reduction im Embroideries, from 5c a yard up.
" " in every description of Laces.
" " in Linen, Cambric and Silk Handkerchiefs.
" " in "Window Curtains, prices reduced one half.
" " in Undressed and Dressed Kid. Gloves.
" " in Lisle thread, Silk and Jersej' Gloves and Mitls.
Ecruo "Window curtains, reduced to 1.75 pair.
Corsets Heduced one half of former price.
Great Reduction in Hosiery, Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and children's. m -
" " in Ladies' Jerseys, reduced one half. 4 .
" " in Ladies' Parasols. t !' ,
" " in "Rlnnlrors. ATissos' si ml Oliilrli'mi'H Sri"iv TTnl a ... . '
Linen Figured Lawn to close out at reduced prices, 6 yards for 1.
DO NOT BUY YOUH DRESS GOODS UNTIL YOU LEARN OUR PRICES.
Ladies' , Misses' , and Children's Shoes will be sold at cost to close out.
During my Clearing Sale goods will be sold for Cash Only-.
29 lm S. .EJIIJRJLiXOfl, 63 Sa OS Ioi-t St.
Jan. 14. No. 29.
60 Columns of Original Matter.
la now issued and will be found to
bo on interesting and comprehensive
number, containing GO columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in tho Kingdom to send to
friends ubroad. Subscription 82.50
per annum, including postago to
foreign countries. To bo hail from
J. II., Sopcr, Merchant Btrect,
A. M. Hewett, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Office.
THE undersigned Imvc, liy Deed of
Trust, dutcd Nov. 21st, 1887, been
appointed Trustees of Ills iiajcsty'n
S. JL DAMON,
J. O. OARTBK,
O. P. IAUKEA.
Honolulu, Nov. JO, 1887. 03 lm
ALL jnrtle lmvmg claims ngiunst
Hist Mnjeity's Estate nro requested
to Imvutlitlr accounts inr.du out In de
tail, sworn to as to correctness, and pre.
Bent them to Col. O. P. Initkca, at tho
office of II. M'b Chamberlain, Honolulu,
within thico months from dutu of this
S. M. DAMON,
J. O OAUTHH, -CM.
Triuteci of H1b Mnjcsty's Estito.
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 1887. 02 3m
rpim copartnership heretofore cxielt
JL lnj; Between mc unuuraiK'"-" ""
derthe lirm iiumo and stylo of M. I'htl.
Jipj &Co., has been this day dissolved by
mutual consent. A. Locwcnbcig retiilng
Tho buncss will bo continued as.
heretofore under iliti same llrm iiume
by M, Phillips & M. Green who iihsume
all liabilities &nd collect nil oulsltuidlng
accounts of taid linn.
Deo. 31st 1887. 2i lt
FOR SALE !
ONE LAItUE LOT. corner Pcnsacola
and Lunalllo Bts., which can be
dlvldeu Into two or mora building lots.
Enquire of Q. WEST,
1fi51 Of Wh. Dow ii Co,
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advortlsu it In.tho Daily; It ullutim
SFOH 30 DAY!
in Flowers, Feathers and Tips.
in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, &c.
B. F. EHLERS & C0.S
A Fine urn of Holiday Goods
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A. largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LTHSTDBORGS,
EASTMAN ' S' ALOHA, 1IOYT' S COLOGNE
FAltfNA GERMAN COLOGNE, &c. '
IPox JSnlo :vfc 3SJ,ecmnll Prices.
WING WO TAJ & CO.
M Xiiiiuhm Hti't'i't,
Have juat received ex film r Almncdii,"
a ehoieo lot of
Embroidered Silk Tablo Covers,
" Pillow Cascj,
" " Handkerchiefs,
Silk Satlics, Sandal Wood Fans, 6c, tc.
Also a lurgo lino of
China Matting, China & Japan Tea,
Camphor Trunks, llalt.ni Clmim,
Japanese Screens, Provisions, &c,
MH. John MuBfou is authrrlzwl to
collect for our account, und tlgn
ncflpts. J. B. HHOWN A; CO,
Jun. 10, 1883. 1E35
. bit. i
Steam Workf, Bunny South
Tele, Hell 172, Mutual 215
Depot, Mcrchnnt ttlreet.
Tele, Hell 172, Mutual 300.
Taliili Leimijii fork
Tho undersigned hiving purchased
tho business of tho Tahiti Lemonade
Works, ihe depot lias been removed to
No: 23 Merchant Street.
All orders for Aerated Waters manu.
facturcil at tho nbovu establishment will
receive prompt Mii-nllon.
J. E. MlOWXACo.
P. O. Hor 400. 1829
DUltIKO my absence fiom this king
dom Mr. W. C. Peacock will act
for mo under full Power of Attorner.B
O. II. HOLLAND.
Honolulu, Jan. II, I88tf. .. . SO 3t
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