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AfWinmQi'".',1riim'iinjm,vmii f wjii.'ni-u..i .;(i u iennniff nLWyi Bjj3.frr9i.yfiWJ)rTiVlViii ttfwMtifyj'(Vr''.'l x'wvn mtti,J,riv, i i';-i'. iv-)iiii' i'jin:n.iwifii.ama'i'!nW pilii)5T&Vtip-yJJ'ii.-A'.' Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO. New Store, New Goods Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO. Call anil Ilxnmtnc tho $12.50 Gent's Blue Ml Suits The Arcade-EGAN & CO. Gents' Furnishing Goods VlncNt CnHtom Mmlo (Holhlnc, LiuUm' A OcnVn Vino Nil or. ThoArcado-EGAN & CO. Dry Goods Non-Htoclt, I.ntoHt Ht.vle tomtit tlio Moat t'llNtllUotlH. Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO, Hayc Opened With tlio finest llHilny nr tiooAn over hIiowii la Hum Kingdom. aUSS 1 TIUESliM'N Kindergarten School His AT Itcrcttmiu Street, Mr. JIcQulrc's lite residence. ?0 lm TOR SALE. 300 CORDS Algaroba or Klnwo Firewood, in nuantl i&ff& tics to suit purchasers. TO, Apply to rV.Woi J. F. COLBUHN Mclncrny IMopU, 1'ort Street. 4 Worth sao. i.J '.V Bw oav -."S3 f, VJ ?S"Fr . ; -&.. " !- - I,' It.-' fir &m r ' Rr si - r THIS gatltt Untfin WEDNESDAY, JAN. 25, 1888. ARRIVALS. Jan 25 Schr SIlllo Morris from Koolnu DEPARTURES. Jau 25 Stmr Surprise for Lnupahoehoo, IIo- nouiu, Ouomc.i nuil Pnpaikou at 3 p in Sclir Mol Wahluo for Kobalalclo PASSENGERS. For Katinl, per steamer Mlknlmla, Jnn 24 Hon P P Kanon, Aug Dreler, Sirs L Aultl, Mrs S J Devclln, Miss McClics ney. Mr A Kntin, .1 Alnpal, a Mnhoe, AV Uerlowltz ami -10 deck. For Kauai, per steamer Wnlnlcale, Jan 2 1 0 N Spencer, Mr La Kite. For Hawaii, per steamer Klimu, Jnn 24 D Mortoti, Mrs 11 fcmltli, Mrs G limbic, Mrs J W Wlddcflcld, O Along, C Kokl, A M llowctt, TK Evans, O O Bergcr, T Elliott, llcv J M Silver, W II Cummlngs, M Lovcll, It Bovd, II P Wood, lion P N Makcc, Mrs Ilinc, W T lthonds, wife mid child, 8 Italco, D Kapol, J Lnui, O (Jopp, Wong How and 00 deck. SHIPPING NOTES. Tho Lilian is neai ly ready to sail for Hongkong. Tho Min lias shifted to Blower's wharf. Arrived at San Francisco: Jan. 4, brlganllnc Consnclo, 10) days from Honolulu. Arrived at Sydney: Jan 11, S S Ala meda, from Honolulu. Depaiturcs from San Francisco: Jan 10, Amelia, for Honolulu; Jan 10, Schr Anna, for Knhului; Jau 11, Dora Blubni, for Hilo; Jan 13, Lady Lamp son, for Honolulu; Jan 14, Bgtuo Cou suclo, for Honolulu. Loading' at San Francisco : Jan 4, Bk Saraunc, for Honolulu. Loading at Tort Townsend : Bk C O "Whitmore, for Honolulu. Departures from Hong Kong: Dec 2, Ger Bk II Printzenburg, for Honolulu; Dec 10, Bk Edward May and Bkttio Hatfio N Bangs, for Honolulu. Departures from Pugct Sound: Dec 24, Bktnc George O Perkins, for Hono lulu. VESSELS EXPECTED FROM FOREIGN PORTS. H Nelths M's Zllvercn Kruis, Jocke, from S America due Mar 1-20 USS Marion, from South America, due .Ian 10-31 Am bark Will W Case, Robertson, from San Francisco, due at Kakului, Jau 2-15 - Am S S Alameda, H G Morse, from the Colonics, en route to San Francisco, due Feb 12 H 1 .1 M S Tsukuba, from Tahiti, due April 1-20 Ger bark Doutchland, from Bremen, sailed October 28th, due Feb 1-20 Am bk Martha D.ivis, F M Benson, from Boston, due Mar 1 Am ship Mystic Belle, Cooke, fiom Xew York, due March 1-20 Brit bk St Thomas Bell, sailed from Cardiff, October 22d, due March 1-20 Brit bk Natuna, sailed from Liver pool, Nov 20th, due Mar 5-31 Am bk Saranac, sailed from Liver pool, Oct 20th, due Feb 20 Am bk Lady Harewood, from Hong kong, duo Dec 5-23 Ger bkll.Pritzeulerg, from Honkoug, due Deo 10-15 Am bktne Eureka, Meyers, from Sau Francisco, due Jan 1-10 Am tern G O Perkins, Nordberg, from Puget Sound, due Jan 1-10 Am bktno Amelia, W Newliall, from Port Townsend, duo Jan 20-31 Am tein Dora Bluhm, from San Fran cisco, due at Hilo, Jan 25-31 Am bark O O hitmOre, from Port Townsend, due Jan 20-31. VESSELS IN PORT. H M S Caroline, Sir W Wiseman USS Vandnlia, Hear Admiral Kimberly Bk Caibaricn, Perkins Bk Lilian, Duncan Bktne 8 G Wilder, Kugg Bk Min, McCrone Bktne Planter, Perriman Bktne S N Castle, Hubbard Schr Eva, Armstroug LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. Whist, guitar playing nnd singing combined, drive away dull caro dur ing dull times at tho fish-market. . A fcTnoNO wind was blowing from tho South this morning, and tho bay was covered with white cape. m . Tin; U. S. S. Vandnlia was taking aboard, this morning, provisions that camo for her by tho S. S. Mariposa, , i .. .. i Mn. J. P. Bowen of tho Koyatono has leased u building, and contem plates going into business for hini Jnlf P - ' ' 7 The last day for handing in tenders for supplying lirowood to tho Board of Health has been fixed for January 31st. The building of tho now dwelling for tho Assistant Superintendent of tho Insano Asylum is progressing rapidly. A numm:k of ship carpenters are fishing for tho job to repair tho bark Min, and they are impatient to know who will get tho work. Invitations havo been issued to a reception to bo held on board II. IJ. M. S, Carolino, to-morrow afternoon, from 3 o'clock to fl o'clock. S. B. Dole, A. S. Ilnrtwell, and C. W, Ashford constitute u commission, by appointment of tho King, to re port upon tho laws relating to tho judiciary. A firxciAi. torm of tho Supreme Court has been ordered, to commence on tho first day of February, to tiy cases which cannot bo reached dur ing tho present January torm. Ir beet sugar beats this sugar for cheapness", this sugnr will bent the beet sugar for sweetness. Tun S. G. Wilder will sail for San Francisco to-morrow, carrying n mail. Tho mail will closo tit the Post Oflteo nt 1 r. m. Mussns. 0. Brewer & Co. will hnvo a lino lot of salt salmon for Bale upon tho arrival of the bark Lady Lamp son from San Francisco. The S. G. Wilder will hnvo quick despatch for San Francisco; for passage, having superior accommo dation, apply to F. A. Schacfer & Co. 1. I I ! Tun members of tho German Ben evolent Society are requested to meet nt tho oflico of H. Ilnckfeld it Co. on Sunday morning, Jan. 2'Jth, at 10:30 o'clock, A. M. An adjourned meeting of tho Ladies' Socinl Socioty of tho Central Union Church, will bo held to-morrow (Thursday) nt 10 A. m., in tho parlors of tho C. U. Church. Anyone in wnnt of a nicely fur nished sleeping room within a few minutes' walk of the business center of tho city, can learn of one by apply ing nt tho Bulletin office. A gentleman says Unit a piece of tobacco shoved down tho gullet of a chicken suffering with worniB in tho throat, will bo cured of the sickness in nearly every case. ... When the quarantine regulations of Honolulu are known in San Fran cisco, passengers will probably come by sailing vessels in preference to steamers, so as to save being quaian tined hero. The whaler Josephine's boat came ashore with the Captain this morn ing. When the muster was landed the boat was sent out to a buoy in the bay, because of the smoll-pox the ship had had aboard. Through the kindness of Mr. W. G. Irwin, the Board of Health has been able to procure a small quan tity of vaccine virus, and vaccina tion will be resumed by the Govern ment Physician, free of charge, to all applicants. Accommodation at tho Y. M. C. A. hall being limited, admission to the entertainment to bo given to the crew of H. B. M. S. Caroline, next Friday night, will be by ticket. Mem bers of tho Y. M. C. A. can have tickets by applying to tho General Secretary. Kolando Kuehn, M. D., of Phila delphia, lately doctor of the S. S. Australia, has been dispatched to Sierra City by tho California Stato Board of Health to investigate as to tho extent to which smallpox prevails there and to take measures for tho effective quarantining and abatement of the disease. Mn. Lackland, at Ilollistcr & Co.'s. met with n painful accident last evening. lie was on horseback, turning Tregloan's coi ner, on Ilotel and Fort streets, when his head struck the projecting arm of tho lamp-post. A painful cut wa3 made on Mr. Lackland's forehead by the blow, but luckily ho was not knocked off his horse nor seiiously hurt. CREDIT AUCTION SALE. Mr. L. J. Levey will hold a credit sale at his salesroom, corner of Fort and Queen streets, on Friday, Jan. 27th, when he will offer a select as sortment of merchandise, comprising in part saddlery of all descriptions, crockery and glass ware in endless variety, among which are several vcry.bcautiful dinner sets, also Ma jolicavare, galvanized iron ware, candles, spices, etc., etc., and at the same time, wines, beer and liquors. This will bo a good opportunity for tradesmen to replenish their stock, as these goods will bo sold on liberal terras. . ' QUARANTINE NOTES Ofllcer Heynolds, who haB charge of the Quarantine Grounds on Ewa side of the bay, has been looking for the three cases of smallpox that were said to have been landed from the S. S. City of New York. Mr. Reynolds says ho was ready to re ceive the cases, but not one was landed. ' There aro threo patients, one white and two negroes, now at the Quarantine Grounds, and thoy are nearly well. Tho tS. S. Kniinlloa, anchored in the stream, is being housed in and fitted up for quarantine purposes. Seventeen watchmen, at 82 a day each, aro being employed about the quarantined houses as guards. ELECTRIC LIGHTING. Everything is now in readiness for lighting tho city of Honolulu with electricity, execptiug one thing. Tho largo arc burners, placed on substantial poles, are disposed all around the town, and connected with each other and the generating source of the light-giving power by wires. Tho works for producing the elec tricity aro located in Nuuanu Valley, near where the old ice works form erly stood. Substantial buildings havo been erected for the necessary machinery, and near by a neat little cottago for the man in charge. The power used, or to bo used, for gener ating the electricity, is water power. The water Is taken from the main pipe which supplies the city. The one thing wanted, just now alluded I to, is tho turbine wheel. A wheel with more than ordinary strength was deemed necessary, and had to bo specially ordered. The order was given three months ago, and the wheel was fully expected hero by tho last steamer, but for reasons un known it did not come. The absenco of this wheel is the only things which prevents the town being illuiulnnUd by electricity at the present time. Shortly after its arrival, which may possibly be by somo sailing vessel before the next steomcr, it will bo in position nnd light wilt immedi ately follow. THE BARK MIN. By an advertisement in our columns it will be seen that tho fine fast sailing tea clipper Min, recently arrived from London, is for sale. The bark has made some remark able passages between China and London, and is noted for having delivered her cargoes in the bright est condition. She is-built of hard wood and copper fastened, her tim bers being oak throughout. The vessel wns built under special survey, and received the highest class nt Lloyds, and has been bept by her owners in thorough and com plete order, maintaining her Al class nt Lloyds to-day, as an evi dence of her grcnt sailing qualities. The captain informs our reporter, that on his passage to this pott from London, he passed all vessels he sighted, some 18 vessels, several of which were fine English clippors, bound to Australia and San Fran cisco, notably the Maccallummore, Waikato, Alderborough, Peterbor ough, Stockbridgc, and others of a like class. This vessel seems specially suited for the San Francisco or China trade. All particulars can be learn ed of Capt. McCrone, her master on board, and applications for pur chase can be made to the agent of the owners, G. W. Macfarlane. MOTHER COOSE'S MELODIES. as sung nr Tnn quarantine bots. Sing a song of six pence, A pocket full of sly. Three and tcu game birds jumped into a pie; When the pie was opened they begau to scream, Somo wanted office, others everything. Tho King was in tho I'nlacc summing up his woes, Out jumped the 13 and chopped off his nose. Walter and Freddie went up the hill, For all the haoles to slaughter, Walter tumbled down and broke his crown, And Freddie soon followed after. Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden glow? With a political league, a split in the wig, And suckers all in a row. Old 31othcr Ilubbard went to the cup board, To get Mr. Green a bone; But when he got there, the Treasury was bare, And so Mr. Green got none. Hi diddle diddle, ihe cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon; Mr. O. W. Ash tho Marshal did smash, And Soperrau after the spoon. Ding, doiig bell, Godfrey's out and well, Who put him in? A Political King. Who put him out? A Political Bout. O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE. Arrivo at Honolulu Irom San Francisco. Australia February 7 Zoalandia February IB Australia March G Alameda March 15 Australia April 3 Mariposa April 12 Australia May 1 ZeaUndia May 10 Australia May 20 Alameda Juno 7 Australia Juno 2G Mariposa, . , July C Australia July 2d Zealandia August 2 Australia August 21 Alameda August 30 Australia September 18 Mariposa September 27 Australia October 10 Zcalandia October 25 Australia Novonibcr 13 Alameda November 22 Australia December 11 Leave Honolulu lor San Franclico. Alameda February 12 Australia February U Mariposa March 11 Australia March 13 Zcalandia .April 8 Australia.., ..April 10 Alameda May 6 Australia May 8 Mariposa June 3 Australia Juno 5 Zcalandia July 1 Austtalia, July 3 Alameda , . .July 20 Australia , . . . July 31 Mariposa , . August 2G Australia , . .August 28 Zcalandia .September 23 Australia, Soptcmbor 25 Alameda , October 21 Australia October 23 Mariposa. . November 18 Australia.; November 20 Zoalundia , , December 1G Australia , . . .December 18 Alameda . . . .(1880) .Tunuary 13 " "-'" ' i THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The Daily Bulletin M eti per month. Somo ncrobats are fresh nnd Bomcrsault. Circus tickets go with this. A Vnssnr girl being asked what kind of n noun kis3 wns rcsponed with a blush that it wns both com mon nnd proper. TO JjE'F. ALAHGK well furnished bedroom. Two minutes wnlk from Post Office. Nice locality. Apply, A, 11, C, Bulletin OIllco. 47 tf WANTED. BY a Jnpnncsc nnd wife, a situation where they enn make themselves useful. The man enn do genural vaul work and take cure of hones, nnd tho womnn understands general housework. Apply ut this ofiluc. 47 3i NOTICE. nHIIE quarterly and annual meeting of X tho I'ncilic llnidwnru Company, (Limited), will bo laid nt ilnlr oflico on MONDAY, Jnnuniy !J0, 18S8, at 10 o'clock A. M. JAS. G. Sl'BNCEH, Sccrctarv. Honuliilu, Jan. 3, 1868. 40 td. Hawaiian Liyery Stablos, LELEO, Palama. llotsts tnkt'ii to boniil by the dny, wcrk or month fed well, nnd looked after hy careful nnd experienced Stahlrmon. Carriages and nil kind of Vehicles kept clean and cnreil for, ns well ns Harness. MOSES PALAU, 45 lm Manager. J. W. YARNDLEY, Tcnclicr of 3Iunie, Tiolin and Cultivation of the Voice. YOUNG Lady IUanlslsl Improve your readiug nf Music and ability as an accompanist by devoting at least ONE HOUIt weekly, day or evening, to the practice of duets PIANO AND VIOLIN ! SarTEHMB SAME FOR LESSONS. Addre.-s P. O. BOX 238. Telephone (Bell) .'i53. 45 lw ELECTION OF OFFICERS. AT the adjourned annual meeting of tho stockholders of the Kolialu Sugnr CompiiDy, held on iho 20th inst., tho following officers were elected for the ensuing year. S. C. Allen, Piesidont. Hon. J. Molt Smith .Vice-President Hon. S. N. Castle, Treasurer. Hon. J. 11 Athcrton, Secretary. C. M. Cooke, Auditor. J. 13. ATHEKTON, Secretary. Honolulu, Jan. 21, 18SS 45 lw TIIDE COL.TTJB MOUSE. DIXINtt PAIILORS, (Lincoln Block, King Street.) UPSTAIRS Is n select Dining Room where Poultry, if drj-iretl, will he M-rved three times a day. Tim room has Clean Table Linen, Silver Plated Ware, New Chinn, civil and attentive waiter, and theTal'le is supplied with every deli cacy tlieMtpkcts nll'ord. Rates, $6.00 per Week. DOWNSTAIRS, the General Restau rant, is well supplied with CUuu and Substantial Food ot many vnrietlos. Board, $4.50 per Week. First Class Cooking a Specialty. C. AH II UK. FORJALE! A Chance to Procure a Good Paying Business. OWING to my intended departure I wish to sell my Cigar Store and Billiard Room. This is one of the best equipped Uillinrd Rooms in the town. I have four Tables of the very latest designs, and on" Pool Table with pa. tent attachment. 42im c. j. McCarthy. NEW CHOP-HOUSE. Thp undersigned respectfully notify tho public, that they hao opened tho PACIFIC HOUSE, (Next nbovo the Custom Hou-e; AS A First Class Chop and Lunch House, Where their patrons nre assured of re. ceiving nothing but whut la firm class In lood, cooking and berving. tST NO CHINESE ARE EMPLOYED -Bt By strict attention to LiiuIhoh and nu earnest endeavor to pteiire our pairotis, we solicit your patronage. llAKHKIt &. JlcLKAW. 41 lm NOTICE. Mrs. A. M. Mollis Having removed her Dressmaking, Establishment to No. 17 Emma St., Will hi? pleased to see her ft lends and patrons there Irom uud aftor Jnnuniy 3rd, 1838. MulualiTolephene484;; Dell 410. 28 lm NOTICE. MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO. Aro authorised to collect for tlio llUM.UTIN. Honolulu Juno 6th. 1887, 67 wmmM GBIAT Goods Reduced in every department. I beg to state that it is impossible to unuouncu a price list of every article In my store, but my entire stock of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Gent's Furnishing- Goods, Boy's Clothing-, Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, House Furnishing- Goods, Etc., Etc., Elo., Has been reduced, and tbe greatest inducements are offered. Remember, it will pay you to visit the Temple of Fashton during this Great Sale. Children's Cashmere Yeste, short sleeves, extra quality, reduced from 75c to 25c. Ladies', Misses', and Children's Tests, in Btilbrignn, Merino, Gauze, and all wool full lines, immense reductions. Children's Sun Bonnets, from 50c to 15c. ; better qualities reduced 25 per cent. Children's Lace Caps, reduced from 50c to 15c. A splendid and, large assortment of children's lace caps, sold at cost, 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 Whitewcar, 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. " u 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 Jersey G-lovcs and Mitts. Ecrue Window curtains, reduced to 1.75 pair. 'k- Corsets Seduced one half of former price. 4 : Great Reduction in Hosiery, Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and children's. " " in Ladies' Jerseys, reduced one half. , " " in Ladies' Parasols. " i " " in Blankets, Misses' and Children's Straw Hats. , -1 i (( Linen Figured Lawn to close out at reduced prices, G yards for 1. DO NOT BUY YOUR 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. lEI-IX-SJOSOJBL, 63 &z 65 JJ-ort St. "Bulletin" Summary Jan. 1-1. No. 20. 60 Columns of Original Matter. Is now issued and will be found to be an interesting and comprehensive number, containing CO columns of reading matter on local topics, and a complete resume of Honolulu and island news. There is no better paper published in the Kingdom to send to friends abroad. Subscription $2.50 per annum,- including postage to foreign countries. To bo had from J. H. Soper, Merchant street, A. M. Hewett, Merchant street, nnd Bulletin Ofllce. NOTICE. THE umlcrsifrned have, by Deed of Trust, dated Nov. 21st, 1867, Leen nppointed Trustees of Ills Alajetty's Estate. S. M. DAJION, J. O. OARTKR, O. P. IAUKEA.. Honolulu, Not. 80, 1887. 03 lm NOTICE. A LL putitM having claims Against XX. Ills Mnjcity's Jiiiaio are rciiuraioa to Imve tliulr uucounu itmdc out in de tail, sworn to us to correctness, mill pro. hcnt them to Col. C. P. luukcu, at tlio oflico of H. M's Chamberlain, Honolulu, within tutco mouths from date of litis uotice. 8. M. DAMON, J. O. OARTEI1, O. P. IAUKEA, Tnikttcs of Ills Majesty's Kft'itu. Honolulu, Not. 21, 1687. 0i 3iu NOTICE. THE copartnership heretofore oclflt lng between the undersigned un. derthe lirmnuuia and stylo of 31. Phil, lips &Co.,hus been this day dissolved by mutuul consent. A. Loewcnberg retiring therefrom, Tho hunness will bo continued ns. heretofore under the same firm niunu hy M. Phillips & M. Green who tibsumo all liabilities nud collect all outstanding accounts of said linn. pm M.GHKBN, A. l.OKWKNnfiHO. Dec.Ulst I8S7. 2 -It FOR SALE ! ONE LARUE LOT. corner Pcneocola nnd Lunaltlo tfts, which nun ho dlvldtn Into two or more building lots. Euqulre of G. WEST, 1554 Of VVt. Dow & Co TF YOU FIND ANYTHING, JL advertise It iu the Daily HuixtTiN CLB ARING SALE. FOE 30 DAYS' in Flowers, Feathers and Tips. in Dress Goods, Hand Satchels, &c. B. f. SHLSRS & CO. -ARE DISPLAYING- k Fine Line uf Holiday Ooods AT LOW INSPECTION IKVITED, 1751 ly Just Received at -A. largo assortment of PERFUMES! PERFUMES! Comprising tho well-known brands of COLGATE & CO., LUOT3BORGS, LTJBIN'S, ATKINSON'S, EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o. if92 WHOLESALE WING WO TAI & CO. iil Xttuiuiu Hlrect, Have just received exstnir "Alameda," a choice lot of Embroidered Silk Tablo Covers, " " Pillow Cisoj, Shawls, llandkorchlcts, Silk Sashes, Sandalwood Fans, &c, &c. Also a large line of China Matting China & Japan Tea, Camphor Trunks, Rattan Chairs, JnpancbO Screens, Provisions, &c, 25 lm NOTICE. MH. John Jluyooti Is authorized to collect for our aeconnl, nuil t ign ltieiplH. J. K. 11UOWN fc CO. Jan. 10, 1888. 1635 mom "1 , PRICES! Hollister & Co.'s AND RETAIL. Steam Works, Bunnv South Tele, llcll na.'Mutual 2I5J Depot, Mcrchnnt btreet. Tele, llcll 172, Mutual 300. Tahiti Lemoiiaie Work Tho undersigned having purchased Ihu business of tho Tahiti Lemonade Work, the depot has been removed to No. 28 Jlerchaut Street. All orders for Aerated Waters manu. fucturcd nt tlio above establishment will receive prompt attention. J. E. HUOWX&Co. P. O. Uox 4C9. 1820 NOTICE. DUKING my ataeuro fiom this King, dom my boh 1). II, Davis will act for mo under full power of Attorney. , , , M. DAVIS. Honolulu, Jan, IU, 1683 UO lw -i tfs i i i. ..Lm ;.'. . 4. ktkah :w&",,..-Jfe,w)5 '3&S v.