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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21. 1889.
Stmr KIiirii fiom Hawaii and Mtitl
Slmr Pole from Hawaii
Slim' U K HUliop from Koolnu
, . DEI'AnTURES.
Stmr Iwnlaul Jor Lahalna ami llama
kua at 10 a m
"VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROVT"
Stnir PoleatlO a m, for-all pom In
Komi nud llonuapo
From Maul and Hawaii, pr-r Kinau,
AumistSl Filnce K-nwanannkoa, 0 P
Franklin, Ml K K Daniels. J A Scott,
Jit Wilson, 0 Hurswcll, J M Litigate,
J Kldwoll, GT Wlld.r.ll J Hallaghd, F
Lewis, W 11 lloofss, A V Oeur, Z K
Meyers, Geo Sirutcmcycr, II Mlt, II P
Wood and wife. Geo F Kenton ami wife,
L Aseu and wife, DMion Wills, 11
Wallace, wife and child, T llullinger,
wife and S! chlldi en, Mrs W Mclutuiis
anl 2 cli lilicn, Hon I Magulru and
wifo, L 0 Nulu, wlfu and elilld, C.ipt .J
G Green, O.J Falls, A A (Jailer, J V
Clay, Mhs A Akina, Rev C SI Hyde,
W J Wilght, Mrs H Rentou, W lllgiiell,
II Hlguell, It T, Aueibucli. Ml Emily
Thompxon, J Crowder, .1 G Uimulc,
JltaL Ahlo, Mls-8 M Dohcrty, II Zcibe,
W K limner, Miss A Alona, Mrs Kn
mala Alona, Muster L Ahlo and 08
ForKm.il, per stmr ICaila, Aug '13
T Mills. Mrs . unlo, Jl lilnghnm, Oapt
Ross, II F liuitelmaiin, and about 10
For Kintal, per stmr Mlkahnla, Aug
20 -AD Thomas, S 1$ Rose, Itev O P
Emeisoii. It Cation, V Mebr, W Grote,
Dr Knwada, n Kaae, Rev W I) West
civelt, and about 50 deck
For Hainnkiia, per stmr Iwalanl, Aur
21 Mibs X Ticglouu and 10 deck.
UIBAl & Q&ticilAL NEWS.
A OKnitAM or Porlutfueac girl
wanted as nurse
A cmuVfl" dark green
wi(i capo has been lost.
Richard Cayford was adjudicated
a bankrupt yesterday. A Notice to
creditors appears eUowhore.
Tun picnic parly luttirncd an fitly
from Pcnil Inn bor last evening.- They
report having lind n good time.
Anotiikh question to be answered
is, In whose imck did 1'utiick Jftayes
escape fiom the prison gang?
Last evening Mr. 12. Muller gave
a dinner at the British Club in honor
of Messrs. E. Suhr and II. Focke.
Ali, members of the Honolulu
Itillcs are invited to attend the
funeral of the laic Coipornl Nicoll of
In the return home from IVarl
River harbor last evening tho older
of hi rival of the yachts wap, Hawaii,
Spray, 1 clone.
Tur nines from the U, S. S. Nipsic
and Alert play it game of baseball at
Mukiki, commencing at 2:30 o'clock
to-iii on o w afternoon.
Tub attention of tho oflieors and
members of Excelsior Lodge No, 1,
I. O. O. P., is called to a notice in
The Kinau Bails for windward at 2
p. in. on Fiiday, returning Friday
morning the 30th, so as to connect
with tho Australiu leaving at noon
on that day.
The steamer Kinau brought this moi n
hig 0,423 bags sugar, 118 sheep, 08 tcs
molass s, au tons old Iron, 83 pkgs
hides, '250 bigsspuds, CI bags com, 100
pkgs sundiles and 1 horse.
NICOLL-In Honolulu, August 21st. at
11:10 a. m., Chailes H. Xiroll, a
native of Lancashire, England, aged
SSxcars 0 months 19 das.
BS5 Funeral f i om the Central Union
Ohuich Thursday. August 22d, at 3 p.
m. Friends and acquaintances re
spectfully invited to attend.
A gentleman of experience says
that if several carloads of rocks are
not piled around tho base of the tele
graph poles being put up on Molokai
the cattle will soon hao them down
by rubbing against them.
The jiteaincr Kjnuu arrived early
this morning from windwuid with 9
cabin and 08 deck passengers and a
larpc amount of freight. Ptirser
Bcckloy reports heavy rain at Hilo
and also through Ilamakua and Ko
hala labt Monday evening. No ves
sels at Hilo or Mahukona.
THE KEOLA CASE.
Mr. James N. K. Keola, member
of the Queen's Own, Second Bat
talion, having had hit letter in this
paper partially contradicted by an
interview nith acting Major Wo ml
in the -jAdvertiser, called at this
ollice. He was recommended to ad
dress his reply to the paper in which
he was contradicted, but was ques
tioned at the same time regarding
the disputed statements of his let
ter previously published. Mr. Ke
ola bus been until a lew days ago
well known as the marine reporter
of the Advertiser, and is a student
of Oahu College. The following
interview took place:
Q. Have you attended drills of
the Queen's Own regularly?
A. I did ftoin 1885 to 1887 in
clusive and was an officer of the
company. Lately my studies pre
vented me from attending often, but
I was present a few weeks ago and
answered to the roll call. I was on
duty a whoje wqelc at the
during the trouble of 1887.
Q. Have you ever met
A. Yes, I was visiting
house and he saw and'spokc
thcic. He did not recognize me in
Q. Can you name the two officers
of your company whom you met oh
July 80 according to your letter?
A, They were Capt. A. Rosa
and'Second Lieutenant M. K. Ke
ohokalole. I also saw Ordnance
Ollicer Geo. L. Desha of tiie Second
Q. Did any of them Bpeak to
you about the eventuality of being
called out? -
A. No; none of them said a
Q. Were you near the Police
Station out'Ot curiosity or to be
ready for any call of duty, from
A. I was staying round partly
out of curiosity. I "wns at home
nt twclvo o'clock and my mother
and sister wanted me not to go out,
hut I told them I was a member of
the militia, and if I did not repoit
myself when wanted would be liable
to court-martial. I did not go to
Q. Why didn't you report nt
A. I was at tho old Armory at
10 o'clock in tho morning, but none
of the oflleers being there I did not
go hack. When none of the o Ulcers
appeared I concluded that the Ha
waiian militia were, not noing to be
The Pacific Hmdwaro Company
have got the boss rat trap. It is
called tho Little Giant and is sure
dcatli to any nit that goes near it.
The trap is so constructed that there
is nothing in the way to cause sus
picion. Hundreds of rats have been
caught in the city by means of these
The eight o'clock car coming in
from Wuikiki this moinine; leceived
a pair of fractious, half-bioken mules
at the Riflo Range, and from that
point the danger of jumping the
tr.ick, or of somebody's brains being
kicked out, was constant. At Ala
kea street the mules lefusing to stop,
Hon. A. S. Clfghorn, Collector-General,
in tryiug to alight, was thrown
flat on his hands, and at Port street
the same trfck was played on Mr. II.
J. Xolto. Unfortunately Mr. Noltc
was somewhat bhakun by tho fall
and one of his hands was cut.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Service at Central Union Church,
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., at
Service at SC.Andrew's Cathedral,
Diill Co. C Honolulu Kifles, at
AUCTION' SALES' tomorrow.
BT L."J. LEVEY.
At 10 a. m., regular cash sale,
when' will be offered a laigo assort
ment of general merchandise.
At noon, underwriter's sale of
nests of trunks and cases of slates
damaged by salt water on voyage of
BOLABOLA IN COURT.
Charley Bolabola, who escaped
from the prison gang, was given un
additional mouth's imprisonment this
morning, On December 31st, 1888,
hiwaa sentenced to ten days' im
prisonment and fined $50 for having
opium unlawfully in possession.
While undergoing this sentence he
broke into a house on Dr. MeKib
bin's premises, and in the Supreme
Court, January 15 of this year, for
that offeuse he was sentenced to two
yean and six months' inipiisonmunl
at hard labor, aud to pay $18.90
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
John Shaw, J. Hoick, Henry
Stianger, John Elson and Charles
Hanson each forfeited bail of SC for
Ah Toi pleaded guilty to the un
lawful possession of opium. He was
fined $50 with one hour's imprison
ment at hard labor. In the room
nhere defendant and others were,
was a trunk containing thirty-four
tins of opium.
Keaka pleaded guilty to the lar
ceny of $15, the property of Mr.
Everett, and was sentenced to pay a
fine of $5 and be imprisoned at hard
labor three months.
Charley Bolabola for escaping
from prison was sentenced to one
month's imprisonryent at hard labor
to commence at the expiration of his
Kapao pleaded guilty to baring
opium unlawfully in possession.
Mr. Kane, who appeared for him,
asked for mitigation of sentence.
His Honor said thero was no excuse
for IlawaiiaiiH using opium, there
in cht be for Chinese. If the law
was for tho protection of llawaiians
then more than a nominal sentence
should he inflicted as a warning to
others. He sentenced the defend
ant to pay a line of 850 and be im
prisoned at hard labor for one
The charge of treason against
James Kaulianc was, nolle pros'd
, aud one of conspiracy was entered.
He waived examination and was
committed for trial to the Supreme
V. S, Brosh was charged with
tho embezzlement of $181.75, the
property of C K. Spencer, Alex.
Buhner tuid W. McGurn, tiustues.
The rase was remunded for two
weeks to get a material witness from
(From tho Hilo Mccord, Aur). 13.)
Last Tuesday the town police nr
Tested the escaped convict Keoki,
and he is now at work on the streets
wih a ball and -chain on. During
his escape he succeeded in stealing
clothes aud other articles fiom some
of Hie houses ho visited.
On Wednesday last one of tho
town police wns sent out into thu
country to arrest u .Isipanewj, on a
charge of distilling. The tin est vas
made all iight,hut on the way back,
when in the Ilononiu gulch, he wns
set upou by a large gang of Jups,
and the prisoner was rescued from
the hands of the eonstnble, mid he
was mauled and his clothes stripped
off from his back. A few of the
Japs were Identified, aud will be
arrcstcp soon. It looks as though
we are going to have tumble with
our Japs. From all parts of tho
Islands we hear of trouble with
them on the 'plantations. By the
last papers from Honoluln we see
that there will he no more Japs sent
to this country, very soon. After
all we've no, better class of impoit
ed labor than the much decried Chinese.
We hear that tho police of Ilima
kua have discovered the "lair" of a
"branch" of the secret society,
whose headquarters arc at Honolulu,
and whose object is the overthrow
of the present rule. We hear also
that they captured the "toll" of
the names of all persons belonging
to said society, as well as the "new
constitution" to be promulgated
when the right time comes, as well
as other important documents. Now
if there is a branch in Ilnmaktia,
n?l,. to tl,nri.nnf inf in TtilnV
The picnic at Cocoanut Island
last Wednesday passed off finely.
A small hut choice company was
gathered there, and everything, a
line clear day and a cool fresh breeze
from off the ocean, plenty to eat,
and a spirit of good fellowship, ali
conspired to make all who were
theie enjoy the occasion. After
the newly white-washed house, witli
its new table and benches, the new
spring board, with the cemented
rocks around it, and the neat little
sanded walk up to the lioiibo were
all inspected, a number of the
young folks pioceeded to try the
springboard, and many were the
funny tumbles to be witnessed by
the onlookers as the young ladies
essayed for the first lime to dive off
a spring boaui. After the bathers
had finished their bath the tabic was
taken out onto the swaid, under the
Iauhala trees, and the lunch spread
thereon. Coffee prepared' by Mrs.
Hitchcock was in great demand.
After lliclunch the ladies passed a
vote of thanks to the gentlemen who
had worked so hard to bring our lit
tle seaside lctrcat into decent order
again. One thing remains and that
is a water tank, and we hear that a
gentleman from one of our nearest
plantations has offered a large cask
for the purpose. We hope that the
Shei iff will sec to it that no vandals
are allowed to break into the house,
and destroy what has cost a good
deal.of both time and money, to put
We are glad to welcome back to
our town fiiend Dan. Porter, after a
two months' visit to his old home in
During a recent visit of tome
friends at the Bougauville Ranch,
the following is a list of the fruits
enjoyed by them there : bananas,
alij;ator pears, chutney maucoes,
purple and yellow water lemons,
pineapples, limes, grenadillas, po
bas, blackberries, papains, and gua
vas. A pretty good list of fruits
for one time. Professor Lyons while
there on a recent visit found right
near to the camp 15 different kinds
A report came in yesterday morn
ing that a Chinaman had died at
Hakalau under rather suspicions
circumstances. The coroner and
the Sheriff went out immediately,
and did not get back until early this
morning. Dr. Frances Wetmore
made a post mortem examination of
the body, and although it was hard
to tell exactly how the man camo to
his death, yet the attendant circum
stances were such that the Sheriff'
has, wo hear, made several arrests
of Chinamen who seem to know
something of the matter. The ce
ning before, the deceased .man was
to all appearances a well, strong
man, and was found dead early the
next morning. Wo hear that the
Sheriff has made another arrest of
one of the men implicated in the
Quon Yep murder, and that the man
is now in the Hilo jail.
A rumor that Mauna Loa has
broken out afresh, somewhere near
the "flow of 1887," was brought to
town by a native from the Volcano
yesterday. That there has been a
great deal of smoko from the moun
tain wo all know, but we do not cre
dit the report brought by tho native,
as he must have been at the Vol
cano at tho time It is reported to
have broken nut, and could not
have known with uny certainty of it,
and besides Mr. Mahy would have
sent ii9 some authentic information
on the subject, by the same man
who brought the report. It is, how
ever, leal earlhquaky weather now
adays. The first kona of the season has
bee with us the last few days. In
fact,' we have uot had a we k of real
good fresh trades this summer.
(Hilo Record Aug. J3fi.)
Pcrlinps it would not be best
reiterate any facts or thoughts
connection with the recent Hot
rebellion; but it does scorn to us
that lovers of good govcninieot
should bo alhc to the situation,
more than thoy now seem to be.
Such remarks as Iho following are.'
heard on every side: "The matter
is now squelched;" "They will
never tiy it again;" "They have
got nl t'licy want this lime," "Wu
will have no more trouble from that
sourer, " and so on. Now, here is
just where we aie at fault,, and we
are shutttugjour cyeSj even, with the
lesson of the last few days staring
us hi the fauDo ne realize that
there is quite a large number of in
surrectionists in our midst? To
those "who are posted there appears
to be danger ahead. The "ser
pent" is only scotched, not killed.
That there arc those in our midst
who arc going about among the na
tives, and stilling up a bitter feel
ing agaliut tho piesent rule is "welt
known. These men should be care
fully watched, and their business
be overhauled. It is the part of
folly for us to sit idly by, when it
becomes us to be thoroughly alive
to the situation. Aud what nie we
doing in the probable view of an
other insuriection which may be
sprung on ua at any time? It will
not be the pait of men to, now sit
lazily by, and, when the day of trial
comes, to find ourselves unprepared
to meet it. We must be prepared for
any emergency, when it arrives. We
do not believe that many months will
pass before the necessity for prompt
action will arrive, and it will be the
part of wise men to be prepared be
fore it comes, lhc "discontents"
openly boast that the next time it is
tried the Hawaiian will come out
ahead. If it is tried ngain the coun
try distiicts will share in it, in all
probability, and may be called on
to bear the brunt of it. And are
wcprepaied' Let every thinking
man ponder on the bituation and set
tle in his own mind what he ought
to do in the matter. Delay may en
danger us all.
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MiUhk Life Ass
AiLiAC8.155rt,n . iw iycg-wff?iTO"wiren!&tJ'jlj
r THE UNITED STATES.
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During the Year 1888,
Fuuds an Hand -' -''
Dec 31, 1 888,' for"- ":'
ESfSNew York Goes .Equitable by a Large Majority.
No better example of the estimation in which this i;test Company ii held, can he given, than by a com
parative statement of the biHiui'ss done by itself audits chief competitors in their common hjtue, the city of
Now York. In New York a man can gft his information direct from the Home Ollhe of the largest companies,
nnd has moie accurate opportunities of judging thoir respective merits than anywhere else. As a result in the
City of N W York during thu year lft8H the Elj;ultublo wiote a larger amount of new business thau yiai
wiittcnby i.s Two Largest Competitors Combined, in the Stite of Naw York the Equitable
wrote 81,80'-, 131 more luminance than the aggregate of U Two Largest Compstitors Taken Together.
It did tho LarReBt Business in the United States( as well n9 in the World at n time whun all Companiei
were straining every ucive to pass it. . -
The reason why this universal verdict goea with the Equitable is on account of; the Popularity of its
Plans and tho Promptness and Fairness of its Business Methods. As the Pioneer in reforms its
Policies haic been aud arc being extensively imitated by others, a most giaceful tribute to their merit. '
The primary object of Life Insurance is to provide ready money against dtath. No Company can approach
the Equituble record for promptness in this regard. The New Policy of the Equitable just out is
(like a bank draft) a simple promise to pay and is without conditions on its back.
KTI'O.' full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
330 lm General Aicnl Equitable Life Assurance Society for the Hawaiian Islands.
BLACKSMITH COAL !
The Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co.
DEATH OF MR. G. H. HICOLL.
We regret to announce the death
of Mr. Charles II. Nicoll which took
place at his residence on the plain,
at 11 :10 o'clock this morning. His
death was not unexpected, as he had
been confined to the house for the
past seven months with cancer of
The deceased wad born in Lan
cashire, England, February 2d,
1854. Both of his parents aie
at present living in Preston, Eng
land, lie came to the islands Oc
tober 20th, 1S83, ns Chief Engineer
o' the steamer Planter. Ho put in
most of the machinery befoi e the
vessel left Sail Francisco. He re
mained on the Planter until about
four years ago, when he assumed
the management of Mrs. Thoa.
Lack's store on Fort sheer.
On September 10th, 188., he wns
mairied to Miss Frances M. Lack.
He was Junior Warden of Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21, F. and A.M.; a
member (at one lime secretary) of ,
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,1.0. 6. F. ;
tlist corpoial in Company A, Hono
lulu Rifles, and for a long lime so- i
cretary of the Hawaiian llitle Asso
ciation. Mr. Nicoll was highly respected
by all who knew him, and his many
friends will sincerely regret liis
death at Buch an early age. lie
leaves, a widow and two children
who will have the sympathy of the
whole community' in the great loss
they jiave sustained.
Thu funeral takes place to-morrow
(Thursday) afternoon at three
o'ol'iflc, fiom the Central Union
ON sUo at the California Fr.iit
Market, Mountain Bwoet Waicr.
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A CJUAUTKHLY mct'line nf the Bonrd
Ix. ot Trutees of Hit Qii-n' Hoi.
pllul will be held on SATl'RDAY, the
7di September, 0. at 10 o'clock a. u ,
at the Itoomi) of the Clinmler of Com
merce. Uusines of imprtrtnnce Amend,
ment of the ISv.T.hws. Prr nplir.
" f. a. sciiai:fer,
'M0 tm Secretary.
NEW Wilcox & White Parlor
Oritao nith ciehl st.in. Bultatilt
for Fclionl or church. A lino hi&tm.
ment. Apply at 57 Punehbowl hlreel,
oppoiile N. 1. Misblon Infinite. -73 If
ALL prmntR aro hrrchy htriolly for.
tiidduu Irom fl-.hiin;"or oUirrniff
trcpa'fiinc on tliHM'H llliery of Koiln.
woi, otl ninninml Ilt-iil.
H. V. liKKTEI.MANN.
Hnnolnlii, Aug. 15, 1SS9. all !w
ALL M1U duo to mo not paid by the
S4h of this month will Ik: placed
in thfi hands of a collector
Honolulu, Aur. 13, ISriO. 324 til
OFFICE TO LET
Vnit l.'jvlny Si Co.' - toro.
" Apply en premiers No.
IS Nuunnu stri-u'.
17UBNISI1ED lloomMo let.
; ntl.w;i curntr ut
streets, w mid be veiy
coiivenieni for a
3 COTTAGES nml Prcmlfet
on J mini Hreei, nt a rea
son i'ile nnr-. Amity in
.1 ir KOVSiMniT
Cartwriiht'k niock. Blercliant 8U ?.
FOR SALE or
melon1, 60 to 100 pounds weight
TRY McCarthy's Cider.
OTT'S Cider at McCurtlid.
THE undersigned liavo this day
formed n co-ptirtneri-hip under I lie
firm name ami style of Luwhi & White,
for the carrying on of a Gfiioral Huci.
ncss Agency. D H.iLEW'H,
Honolulu, Aug 19, 18-iV. ' JJ iw
fiUNOn of Keys on Fort st.-cot,
hetwaen It. Ilurkfclcl & Co nml
Lowers & Cooko. Return to this ofllco
There are no Beams in tho Fire to Leak
Dr"i.'horc am NO LOOSE RIVETS caused In the continual expansion
nnd contraction.! of the plate, tho bottom picEtiiting a SMOOTH, EVEN
Burfaco which can bo easily cleaned.
TIIE FOLLOWING Sl'AiH KEPI' CONSTANTLY IX STOCK:
00 indies diameter by Id feet length
48 inches diameter by Hi feet length
51 inches diameter by Hi feel length
15! incln;? diameter by 11 feet length
LIVE PAPER 'f
Honolulu The Dally Bulletin."
00 oeuts per munlh.
MANY statcmeniH having lon mndn
lately in tho Daily Uui.lktin
wlih regard to Life Inturance, I pub.
lUlied on the 14th Inst., tor thu 1 enctlt
nf tho lillcyliolder in tho New York
Life Insurance "n , curtain ronipmiiuvc
tluurcs uhfch will stand in s(d'c nf any
comuiuiilrii'ion by other cumpanlsi or
I heir representatives.
My publication has c tiled forth
letter full of ungentlcm nly remftrke
from Mr Thomas thu Exi-ruilvc 8pe.
clal Asunt of the Mutiiid Life Inmr.
iicco Co , which I positively decline to
answer, such being Uoyoivl my stauding
in the community in this city.
1 bhall he clad to clvo any Informa
tion regnrdiag Life Insurance at my
otllce, aluce it lius become Impossible to
rnniniuniciic such to the public through
i liu press without starling a p plteful con.
trnvery heretofore unknown In tbU or i
any oilier city. O. O. liKRGER,
General Acunt New York Lifo Ins. Co. .
Eisdon Iron & Locomotive Works.
SAX l'RAXOlSCO, CAL,
g&T For particular, apply to
3:27 2m JOHN DYER, ,l,,0,,,i,i-0VSV:i1i".,i,f,,,pU'l
Tf TOUK and Prrmlses at
11 Iirllt'l. Ilfinnlnlii llmiK
iicSS rn.-.tiiin: dine Uruc nud two
jiimll mama uud lull and a large attic.
Cottage with thruo rom on the pre
mines; ennk r.ud baih.hiiuse. Slubli
with three t-talla and carriage Jiotur;
shnde and fruit trcc on Jim preraUes.'
Apply to J. M.,TJOXSARRAT,.T t
Cartwright'e'lJloelf, Merchant iti ' '
201 tf ,
II 1 fl j&
vtv KJf m ii Za a jjUimMi
Residence of 2
LATE Hesldeuce of
Mr. Frank Brown,
Mr. lames Lov,
King street:' '
I' ATE Residence of -
J Mr, M. Gretn, fiu f
21U Fort street.-, i
STORE, Etc , now occupied by
Mr. Wolte, Grocer,
cer Apply to , -
A. J. OAllTWlllGHT,
300 tf Merchant tiwU
Notice to ShipperH.
FORT H'rifclflKU', jriONOX.UJilJ.
ITLL LINES or
PAIHTS, OIL, VARNISHES,
Torpantiiif, Etc, Etc,
AGENTS FOR THE
.lubber Co,, Boston.
-ALL (JUALITIUB OF-
gyS&" Call nud examine our Now
rjrON completion of Uy
itr ot tne
Auuun 0th. tho Al Clipper
Hehooner"C. H. Topper," Coplnin C. 3.
Kclley, 100 tons, will he open for charier
fur any American or British Columbian
pml, or will rrtiirn direct to ViclotU,
H C. For freight nnd pusogo apply t
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UARTUOLOMEW A. BAKER.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho annual meeting of the Ole.
walu Company held August 131b,
the following gentlemen were duly
elected to serve as officers for the easiu
President Wm. U. Irwin,
Vice-President,. AVm, H. Comwell,
Secretary & Auditor... C. O. Berger,
Treasurer Win. M.OIffard.
O. O. KEROER.
325 Ot Becretary Olowalu Co.
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