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MONDAY, AUG. 5, 18B9.
Kr lhigshlp Duqiicsuc, 14 ilnys ftoni San
Stmr Lthua fiom ITnwnli
Htnir Llkcllke fiom Maul,
.Stmr Wnlalcnlc from ICaual
Stmr Knulu fiom ICaunl
Btnir Viva from Mnul
Stmr Pule from lhiunil
Sola' J.enhl from Kolmla
Selir llnlcnkalii ftom PcpreLeo
Sehr Kaulllua from K'aiuil
SclirMIHu Mollis from Kauai
ling Uonsuelo from San Fraurlsco
llktne Amelia fiom Port Townsend
Stmr Waimnna'o for Waliuiae and Wal-
Stmr Mokolii for Molokal at 5 p in
Scur ICauikcioiill for Kouiila
Hehr Kit Mot for llaniakua
Schr Mary for Ilamilci
Stmr Jus Makco for Knpaa nt4 p m
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koulau at 9 a m
Schr Walmalu for Puna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Llkcllke for Maui at 5 p m
Stmr lichuu for llaniakua
Stmr Walalealo for Kauai at 5 p in
Tim U. 8.
Si AlilUllft hits loft fof
Mil. (.let). E. Fail child lelllills to
Kiiuni this evening.
Fi'M. paitieiilam of the Honolulu
Ailon Picnic in another column.
Tin: It. M. S. Alameda loft for tho
Colonies Saturday evening shoitly
after eight o'clock.
Tin: lmsoball match on Saturday
resulted in favor of the Stan bcuring
17 inns to the Kaiuliinis 0.
Tiik Japanese man-of-war Kongo
kau, a practice ship for cadets, i9
coming on u eiuNo to Honolulu.
Mil. Harry von Holt called at the
Bulletin ollieo this morning to pay
his icapects to tho members of tho
An important credit sale will be
held tlic first four days of noxt week
by Mr. J. F. Morgan. Particulars
From MuUl per stmr Lcluia, Aug 4
Fiom Kauai per stmr Waialeale, Aug
4-Bibliop of Ulliu, Fathcia Clement,
Sylvester, Eninicraii and Libetl; Rev
JI Iscnberg, Sir Justice Dole and sin end
mcmbcis of the bar, Mrs Dr Wood, F J
Turner, J LAVobstcr, Tt L Aucibach, G
Miller, IJ bmyth, 2 Obinese and aa deck.
For Auckland and Sydnoy i er R it S
S Alameda, Aug II l)r O Lautcibacli,
DrW Schowcakoff.F W Gutter, J h
Schmidt, C G McDougall and 4 Mccragc.
Fiom Maui and Hawaii per Likcllkc,
Aug 4 Fathers Theodore, Yoitnjr,lIav
ier, Bouavetitura and Gulston; Bros
IM.ithias, rgnathis, Gliarlcs and Rush;
Rev .1 Waiamau, W A Hardy, II A I
Outer, Misses Curler (2), Mis J Santos,
A Wiggins, AV Campbell, Akanalillll.
JIis Kc.inu, Jno Keawe M C Waivaloh
Mis on Gr.ncmeyir, S Mohr. Mrs J W
Rabin, and 43 deck
SHIPPING NOTES. .
The Ukellkc brought, Aug 4, 4C90
bags sugar, 4G bogs, 4 lioises, ?2 li'des,
CC bags corn, .9 bags potatoes, and 70
ill. trc emu! I ii. Q.
The briir Consuelo which arrived tlii,-
'rooming 17 uajs iroiii &au i-rani'isco
brought a caigo of meiehandise valued
Qurrn a number of those ancslcd
for taking pari in the iiisuricc'.ion
were removed from tho Station
House to Oahu Prison, S.ittudny
Tiik regular weekly recruit drill of
tho Honolulu Itilles, and a meeting
of all the ofllccrs will be held this
evening at 7:!i0 o'clock, at the
Tin: Friend for August contains n
succinct report of the insurrection,
with comments thereon respectively
by Jev. Dr. Dwinell and the editor,
Kcv. S. E. Bishop.
Many of the olunlecrs aie dovot
ing their ten dollars to the relief of
widows and orphanb of the slain re
bels. A letter on this subject will
Mu. Robert Barniield the painter
is going to Kauai to-morrow wheio
lie is engaged to execute a portrait,
and, before returning, will make
sonic sketches of scenery in the
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Harmony Lodge No. 3 1. O. of On
F. at 7: SO.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
M. at 7:30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT J. r. kiOKOAX.
At 12p'clock noon, at the Man
sion House premises, corner of Bciie
tajiia' street and Garden Lane, three
AnoiiiE Mahaulu, who was one of
those in the bungalow, says tlut the
bullets rained in so fast that ho took
refuge under a bed. They followed
him thcio and lie got inside ol a
wardiobe and prayed as he had nev
To.m Kopa, the Tahitian, who was
wounded in the thigh in the Palace
yaul dining tho insurrection, died at
the Queen's Hospital, Satuiday
night at 10:3f o'clock. Coroner Hop
kins has partly held the inquest.
This brings the list of dead up to
.. mm '
"iie case of It. V. Wilcox and Al
bert Loomens, charged with treason,
was further continued in the Police
Court this morning to August 12th.
V. V. Asbfoid slated he was author
ized by tho Chief Justice to say that
the Supicmc Court will appoint
counsel for Wilcox.
U. S. S. Nirsic, 3d Rate,
Honolulu, II. I.
Aug. 4th, 1889
Euitou Bulletin: Will
plcaseinsert in to-morrow's paper a
challenged the Star Baseball Club
of this city to play a game of ball on
next Saturday, "the 10th inst., at
3:30 p.m., with the club of the
U. S. S. Nipsic. We wish to play
the Star League team and not a
picked nine from Honolulu.
Gr.o. B. MiLLr.it, '
Capt. Ball Team.
KALAKAUA'S FINANCIAL STRAIT.
Chicago, July 25th J. T. Water
house, Jr., a wealthy merchant of
Honolulu and a member of the
King's Privy Council, is here. He
says that King Kalakaua's finances
aro not as bad off as has been rc
poited. He starts for the Paris Ex
position in a few wetks. He had
money enough some weeks ago, but
decided to wait and take n larger
sum. His income is $30,000 a year,
4ind his debts aro only $130,000.
I....II JI, I I'll! J., ,-1 IJ 1 J . 'I
Tin: Scandinaian paper ".KTordon"
published a repoit under July lGth,
that Piincess Kuiulani, fiom the
Sandwich Islands is engaged to
J'rinco Eugen of Not way-Sweden,
the youngest son of King Oscar II.
This prince is said to be llic best
looking one in the family. His next
brother, Otcar, was hoic about three
The W. II. Diniond sails on Wed
nesday for San Francisco, and will
cairy a mail, the hour of closing of
which, will bo announced in to-nior-row's
issue. This will be a line op
portunity to send away to-nionowJs
"Bulletin Weekly Summary" which
will be illustiated and contain a full
account of the insuricction fiom be
ginning to end. .,
rpYO Men, one to lake caro of horses,
X thu oilier for a ranch ns gimerjil
farmer. Avply tit this nlllce. lllfi'tf
meeilng of the Olowiilu
x i at lliu
.L Coiiinuny will ho liolil on MON.
DAY,, AuKiist 13U, ul 11 A
omno or wnb Ui uwin uo.
G, O, HKKQKIt,
!I17 flt beitrumry
Mil, W. WOIl'KUB nml Mr, K.J. Kiilir
huvo tills i iy iu iiiithqrUnUu
JIoiiolulii, Ahhhh j, inu.
TURIN0iy u-nu-nrory ii ncnuo from
Aj thu Kliiuiloin in) lirntlmr, MrMs
i. OflHmnii ull "t forme iulr pnr
ofnUmiipy. ,,. nm I11Illkr
IIHMO I l MMMMI'tl'",
Honolulu, .imy mi, w. mmt
QlUKKDlsiiiilPia will ho nwlYuUt
p'll!!. rmvimuo Mill nu'. mrwo
Ujiflks from ilnl". Ir Hip rnnMniullnii
fll 9 Ttt t-miy lliiiuu. piiii nun 'w t;
paiioiui wn no i.uii in inn "i V; ,i '
A. '. a 9ninnii imnay
.9 loryTSB ffiiUV!
The following is from the Alameda
notes of the 8. F. Mia: Mrs. L.
Willis, the Samoan wife of the miss
ing contiactor, has received n letter
from him. IIe is in Honolulu, woik
ing at his trade as a carpenter, and
is getting good wages, lie wiites to
his wife: "My creditors wonicd tho
life out of me, and I thought 1 would
leave the conn'liy." Mm. Willis is
finding a good sale for her book, and
continues to pay the installments on
her home on Han .lobe aveuuo.
A PouTUiii'iiSK named Julian Gon
8atves, 3il yenirt of ago, fell finm a
vouiiidah Hattinliiy night while in an
intoxicated condition, and teceived
injuiios from which he died, An in
(liiest was iold to-day by Gonuior G.
L. Hopkins and the following jiny;
J. Asoh, A. Vogol, K. TiotjmiH, V,
Geit, W, McCiindleis, and V, K,
lltM'iick, who lotunied a verdlet that
(llii'ii.lei'ii cauiu to ins ileum limn in-
jiuiesby fullinu' from Un orundali
of a hoiibo wjillo miller thu inlluoiieo
of spiiitiious liqunrs,
i i .
ExAnciwiATKii lepoils of Tuosilay's
liinihhi rimulietl Kiipim mid Kenlin,
Iviiiiul, fiom Urn Hteaumr Akiimni
lionim tlmt day. 11 Wiih depiiluil nt i
I'liiiMillutliiii liehl tit Mr. FuIidIiIIiI'h
utnie (IiiU Uio Keiilia Itltlu Asbooiu
lion, niiiiiliuiiim '28 guns, slioiihl
eliiillor Hio Bli'iuuur Junius MhVpo tn
take IhPin In Uniioliilii nuvt iluy iun
iiliiih' tho nnn-iu rival of lliy WiuU
(tin niuilt) it nppiunut tlmt iilliiirs wio
sitilniisiit lliu ciiiiliil. Tlio Mciinor
wmiltl ilmw up t" Hi" V- H- S. AilimiH
tu nbcpitiiin tin Miilii of nllnim liufuu
liiiiilliiK tlio illimimu imif-
Ioniuv. AiiHH8l ft
Knpliu, (J'Null, Jus. Uoyto. Dnvlll
liHiuh ilnlm FrrlilniiliBi'tJ nml Joe
Ivetww liml vnuli lo pny Si! for
ilniiiVunnosH' , ,
KMl$nlnHHilli ffr oanylHii a iibbh?
ly wpuiifliii lo wit. a liUieli a Hueil
" iluliu Vm vai flusi) 13 (or dU
nuWug m af nigbti
TUE KING CONCEDES RESPONSIBLE
Under a Decision of tho Full
Supremo Court !
Ills Majesty on Saturday again
refused to sign the commission of
Col. V. V. Ashford, commanding the
Hawaiian Volunteers, as ndvised by
the Cabinet. Ho also refused to re
cognize the aulhoiityof the Minister
of Foreign Affairs in disposing of
arms and ammunition stored at the
barracks. The following documents
show how the matter has been set
tled: Honolulu, II. I., Aug. 3d, 1880.
To the Honorable A. Francis Judd,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Sir : The Cabinet desire to sub
mit for your consideration the fol
lowing statement of facts, and ic
spectfully request the opinion of the
Supreme Court upon the question
STATKSinST OK FACTS.
His Majesty the King claims the
right to exercise his personal dis
cretion in and concerning the per
formance of olllcial executive duties
of the Sovcieign, such as making
appointments requiring the royal
signature; appointment and removal
of diplomatic and consular ofllccrs
accicdited by the Hawaiian Govern
ment abroad; the acknowledgment
of foreign diplomatic and consular
representatives from abroad to the
Hawaiian Kingdom ; the authority
over and contiol of the military
forces and munitions of war belong
ing to the Hawaiian Government,
His assertion of and action in
pursuance with this claim has now
come to such a point that thp orderly
progress of the business of the
Government is seriously interfered
with and the pieservation of the
public peace menaced.
Under these circumstances the
Cabinet this day formulated and
presented to His Majesty the follow
ing statement of principles, viz. :
"Before going further, the Cabi-
.net desire a thoiough understanding
Willi yeur majesty upon me iuiiuw
ing point, viz. : The Goveinmenl in
all its departments must be conduct
ed by the Cabinet, who will be solely
and absolutely responsible for such
Conduct. Yeur Majesty shall in
future sign all documents and do all
acta which under the laws or the
Constitution require the signature
or act of the Sovereign, when ad
vised so to do by the Cabinet, the
Cabinet being solely and absolutely
responsible for any signature of any
document or act so done or per
formed by their advice."
The Cabinet advised His Majesty
that such statement of principles is
in accordance with the Constitution
and that it wa3 his duty to assent
In reply to such advice by the
Cabinet, His Majesty replied that
he considered the request to consent
to such statement of principles as
uncalled for and insulting, and de
clined to assent thereto.
The Cabinet therefore respectfully
request the opinion of the Supreme
Cotut upon the following question,
Is tho authority and responsibility
of the Cabinet as set foitli in the
above statement of principles in ac
coidance with and in pursuance of
the Constitution or not?
(Sg'd.) L. A. Tnunvrox,
(Sg'd.) Jona. Austin,
Minister Foreign Affairs.
S. M. Damon,
Minister of Finance.
C. W. Asiuoni),
Hy Aill.luSJ of Hie COiilUuiloiit
"the Government of this Kingdom
Is that of a ConitittUionul Mon
archy," and although tile Constitu
tion devolves upon the King as the
head of the Government certain
powers and directs that ceitain acts
shall he done by him, so far, cer
tainly, as these arc executive powcis
anil acts, tho exercise of llictn is
controlled by Ailiclc 78 of the Con
stitution which reads that, "Wher
ever by this Constitution any act is
to be done or performed by the
King or Sovereign, It shall, unless
otherwise expicssed, mean that such
act shall be done and performed by
and with the advice and consent of
Article 31 of the Constitution de
clares tlint the King's 'person is
sacred and inviolable and that His
Ministers are responsible: and Arti
cle II piescribcs that "no act of the
King shall have any effect unless it
he countersigned by a member of
the Cabinet who by that signature
makes himself responsible.
There can be no dual Govern
ment. Theio can be no authority
without lesponsibility. The King is
without lesponsibility. The Consti
tution confers the responsibility of
Government upon the Cabinet:
they therefore have the authoiity.
With this in view, we are unani
mously of opinion that the princi
ples formulated by you and present
ed to His Majesty above et forth
are in accordance with and in pursu
ance of the Constitution.
We wish to say further that on
the occasion of His Majesty's con
sidering tin; propriety of his ap
proval of an Act of the Legislatuie
of 1887 (which is now Chap. 2o of
tho Acts of 1887) the Justices of the
Supreme Court at his request sent
him an opinion upon the proposed
Act. Its title is "Au Act to provide
for and declare tho construction
to he placed upon the words 'the
King' or 'the Sovereign' in certain
The opinion was as follows:
"We sec no conflict of this Act
with Articlo 1G or '18 of the Consti
tution. This Act is consistent wiih
Article 78 of the Constitution, the
principle of which is hereby applied
in terms to statutes also.
"And we understand that it has
always been the true intent of sta
tutes that the Acts of the King aie
done upon the responsibility of His
Cabinet, unless it appears from ex
piess words or by the very nature
of the case that the act is of a per
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kuMk Life Assurance Society,
OF THE UNITED STATES.
fij- IT STANDS -Tta
During tho Year 1888,
I r Jk.
Funds on Hand
Dec. 31, 1888, for
ESlTew York Goes Equitable by a Large Majority.
estimation in which this great Company is held, can be given
ss done by itself aud its chief competitors in their common h
No belter example of the
parathc statement, of the business
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tu iiiih. in iiu iuiiv .i mini u.ui ui. ins iiiiui uiiiLiwii uiic iroiii inc jioiiiu wince oi me largest cuiujuiiics,
and ha more accurate opportunities of judging their respective merits than anywhere else. Ah a result in tho
City oi' Now York during the year 1888 the Equitable wrote a larger amount of new business than was
written by its Two Largest Competitors Combined. In the State of Now York the Equitable
wiotu si, 808)4.n more Insurance than the aggregate of its Two Largest Competitors Taken Together.
It did the LargCBt BllBiness in the United States, as well as in the World at a time when all Companies
were straining every nerve to pass it.
The reason why this universal verdict goes with the Ei uitablo is on account ot the Popularity of its
Plans and the Promptness and Fairnesa of its Business Methods. As the Pioneer in reforms
its l)icits have been and are being extensively imitated by others, a most graceful tribute to thetr merit.
The primary object of Life Insurance is to provide ready money against death. No Company can approach
the Equitable record for piomptnes in this regard. The New Policy of the Equitable just out ia
(like a bank draft) a simple promise to pay and is without conditions on its "back.
BSp-For full paiticulais call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRiCHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
FROM M. THOMPSON'S DIGEST
OF HAWAIIAN SUPREME
Dr.i'AUTiiKsr or iiii: Judiciahv
IIoxoi.ui.u, Aug. !5d, 168!).
To Hii Majcsti's Cabinet:
CJontlcuien: The Justices of the
Supreme Court have leacivud your
letter of to-day's date in which you
btalo certain circumstances under
which you to-day formulated and
presented to Ills Majesty thu follow
ing statement of principles:
"Hofore going further the Cabinet
desire u thoiough understanding
with Your Majesty upon the follow
ing point, vi.i
ments nuiBt bo oondiicted by tlio
Cabinet, who ivlll lie solely nml abso
lutely luspoiislblo for sueh conduct,
itycuir Majesty bluill in fiituiu
blgu all dociiiriQUtb ami do nil nets
liloli under thu Inwa or llio Consti
tution ruijulro tlio bljjimluro or nit
of tlio Stiveielgu, when mlvUeil o
lo ilo by tlio Cabinet, lliu Cabinet
being solely mid absolutely rcspon
slblu (or nny signature of mi) docu
ment or net s,o done or performed by
You further ululo tlmt you iiiivIh
ed Ilia Mnjusty tlmt amili uliUt'inent
Hf nrlnulplM U In HiGonliuu wlUi
IIip Cnnnlllulion nml tlmt It wan Ids
duly to assent IIimoIo.
Von ien,uost Hie opinion of llio
ilustlcpb of Hie tiiipieme Court upon
I lie fullnNlngiiniMimi, U
"lajlituuUhiuily mill ntinnlliil'
ily of the CaJiinel d Del fuilh In Hie
idmvp ulHleiiient nf principles In up
winhtiHH) nlth mid In nursuuiiup of
Wb rpsiNuKully MiUiult Uie fallow
(Sgd.) A. F. Judd,
(Sgd.) Lawhi-.sck McCl'i.i.t,
(Sgd.) Edw'aiid Pur.STox,
(Sgd ) Kiciio. F. IhcKEinox,
(Sgd.) Samtoku H. Dole.
At 12 o'clock to-day the Cabinet
met His Majestj at the Palace and
submitted to him the opinion of the
Supieme Court, and again request
ed his assent to the principle involv
ed. His Majesty replied that lie
accepted the decision of the Court,
and assented to the proposition sub
mitted by the Cabinet, and request
ed that his assent be cntcicd on the
minutes of the Council.
Upon presentation of the commis
sion of Col. Ashford for signature,
His Majesty stated that since last
Satuiday he had re-read the mili
tary law and was convinced that the
position taken by him was incorrect,
lie tlicicnpon signed the 'commis
sion. In pursuance with the power given
lo the Minister of Foreign Affaiis
he has, witli the consent of the
Cabinet, removed Captain Kahale
wai, commander of tiic King's
Guards for complicity in the late in
surrection, the command thereby
devolving upon Lieutenant Robert
Orders have also been issued for
the immediate tiausfer of all arms,
ammunition and munitions of war
except those individually in use by
the King's Guards, from the Palace
and Barracks to the Station House.
The Marshal is proceeding to carry
out this order this afternoon with
the police and special olllccrs.
When the parlies agree to settle
at the consulate, and the master or
agent of the ship deposits there the
money due the seamen, presenting a
true acceunt of the catcbings of the
vessel, he has complied with this
The question of the commission,
charged by the consul for such set
tlement at' his ofllcc, and deducted
bv him from the amount to be paid
the-seaman, is a matter between the
seaman or his agent and the consul.
Wan en vs. Bark Benjamin Rush, 2
Under the last clause of the 8 1th
Article of the Constitution of 18.12,
declaring the judicial power of the
comts of this Kingdom to extend to
all cases of admiralty and maritime
jurisdiction: held, that it cmbiaccs
two great classes of cases, viz. :
torts and contracts, the jurisdiction
in the first depending upon locality,
and the last upon the nature of the
contract ; aud also that it comprises
cases arising under the general
inniitime law of the world, together
with those appertaining especially
to the admiralty jurisdiction of the
nation, which last branch may be
enlarged or circumscribed by the
legislature from time to time.
A part' plaintiff may appeal to a
court of admiralty for redress, if
the act pioiiibitcd is a marine tort
and the remedy prescribed by the
statute is such as a coin I of ad
miralty is competent lo afford, al
though a court of common law may
also have concurrent jurisdiction of
Where the master of a vessel con
veyed a person out of the kingdom
without a passport in contravention
of law (Sec. Cfll, Civil Code):
Held, that a creditor of such pen-on
conveyed away might institute a
suit on the admiralty side of the
Court against the master to recover
his debt, though as against the
master the like remedy might be
sought at common law. Ilaliday v
Slott, 2 Haw. 387.
I R. DOHD has lust received ox
1YJL " Umulllla" another lot of tlmt
i3T..A.o:o: ana tthitdjb
SAILOR -o- HATS,
-50 GENTS ,
LEADIM MILLINERY HOUSR.
CORNER. FORT & HOTEL STREETS.
1 EHLEBS & CO.
JUST RECEIVED PER'S. S. "AUSTRALIA"
3Liees Sc XSiwtbroicleries,,
IN GREAT VARIETY at VERY LOW PRICES.
Dressmaking Department under the management of MISS
gHg tt ooiiyiftcta " S
In licgK, which he
LAO Kit IJEKR"
la oHcrinj; to his
0-8 Heel & Spring Heel
8-10$ Heel & Spring Heel
ll-lUJ "eel .fc Spring Heel
Heel it Spring Heel
, FOR SALE BY THE
. ?1 75
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Hotel Street.
noxou'i.r, 11. 1.
These Schools open for the New Year
Mo it cm Iter , 1HBI).
College will ho
The faculty of O.iIiii
he ftUiun an hud Your,
mom mvi IIiIiih tlmt Ihure h.ifc never
bi'ini an abh'i' fuculfy lit O11I111 College,
or 0110 holler iiiliiptrd to liiiiiiit n high
clilMh'iil mid Mtlniillllu riliiriillnn.''
The lloiiidlug Department c.111 ui1
I'miiiiiialiile bill fiv inoie limn won In
nlluiiiliiiiui liui tmii'i nml nil uhu ihlia
lumilui bhoiild iiiuUi 1111 willy appllm-
Tim I'M'imiillnry Minol i'iiiiIIihim
iimlfi' III" I'lliii'liiuNliliiof MIsi.Miiliini'!
MUn I'm 1 In A. (llliiiuii IiiKik Mln
t'liiliiihmliilii'x iioslllmi, llu lutim' bnv
Ingifjlglii'il In rimiuw In lliu I'uiled
TlmTiiiti'i'rf mi luippy m iiuiiiMiiieo
(but. ihiniigli tho gviii'iiiiik liilcu'i.t of a
(ilmiili limy 1110 nini'ilug u line new
hiillillng nml HHiimh'lliiK ilu pii'muil
nun, kit iluii 1I1U neliiiiil will uriMipy iiuw
mnl roiiiinoiiiii ipmituu In Kt'it"iii
hir. Wlmn Ihu niiliiiml wu lniluv
iumhii in mint) In lliu hliigiloin.
bCiV.VIlIlD (ill ll'lUHa III lllll III'
11 11 en 1 11 1 in
' ' upv u iv ui.'iiurm'
Tliu next term
of Kiiincliiiuieha School
MONDAY, Sept. Sd.
Three cuutluinen, hnvlag special ijim
llllouilonins te tellers of ir.ouual training,
hiivu liecti eiignecil for the coining year.
Two of iliegu aru highly reeoiuuienikil
by Dr. Womlwurd of tho Celubrottd
M11111111I Tialiting School nf Ynoliington
UiilviTblty, lining grailuntus nf that in.
Hltiillnn, Tlio oilier an Priuulnftl of
HnhoKen Academy bin hint viiluitblo
expoiluncu 11 a 1111 humidor hi several
liriuinliis of mniiunl Iralnlng.
Applh itloiifr for ntbnUeliiii eIuiuIiI be
K'ltl liuiiieilliituly to thu 1'rinelpnl, m
ronuiB will liu iiBBlgncil In order of
tk' 1'nr further liifoiiuiitlou unnly to
Wji. II. Ol.KSON,
Carriage HianufaGturing Co.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
-FOR SALE AT A BAKGAIN-
1 I lluulr,
If IllU I!
lii'tt mid chnipcst Illaek
C'dihI, rjiinil mid Soil for
iinnibr. Annly at thu luw
(illlnr of Wlllhini U. Aelil. M. Mcr
uliinit nlH'i.1, Honolulu JI. I. j0l "ni
Urn'opoim IIUUhviI l'ui'lors.
rpilK HiimUnuiiibt llllllard I'ltrlora III
i Un uliy, nml Htluil up In lliu most
niinriiviMl btylii, Puur luhlca with all lliu
1 J, P, MOWKN & CO,,
37(1 1( iVoprlcton.
All Kiis of Carriage & Wagon fiBpainns
Solicited at Very Low PriceH.
OurJ'ATENT 1IREAKS originated in Honolulu by lis have been
Reduced 25 Per Cent in Price.
-JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE OP-
Second Growth of White Oak Spokes,M
IIitbH, FullouHt ItiniH,
JMunkiUc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.,
C"AI-L AT A (1REATLY REDUCED IlATE.jpfll
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
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