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. 4MiL UUB.J i.ttU8UfcU4HlJi $'$. U A-PfilW SO, JMfi. ., aaBtaagaswrpspgyrg) &ajjga?aaffweimai5 'ygp u w x. , t rr - I 1 k" - V CD $1X3 ns KttTTfiu FRIDAY AUG. 30, 1889. . ,m ARRIVALS. Aug :io Stmr Klnau from Hawaii and Maul Stun .lus Mnkco from Kiuml StmrKaala fiom Kauut Stmr ahnanalo from Walanao Bclir Rainbow from Koolau '"" i DEPARTURES. Allfc 30 Stmr V G Hull for Lahalna, Maalaca, Kona. Kau and the Volcano at 10 o'clock u in S S Australia for San rr.melseo at noon Stmr O K Bishop for Walanae, Wnlalua and Koolau at 9 a in Stmr Fclc for Junta ports at 11 a in VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW. Hark Forest Queen for San Fianeisco Stmr Lehua for llainakua K M S Mailposa for the Colonies PASSENGERS. From Maul and Hawaii per Kluau, Aiir30-Mises MA Brewer, Nellie II Bieknell, BT Illteheoek, Mlilam Uc slia, Canle and Emma JIaey, II Ilol Hteln, Mai', Cairie and Kale llowland; Molllo Atkinson, Dotty Wlldolteld, 'Kitty Coinwull, Knty Vlda; Mrs G V llapal, Mrs V Vaimtta and 2 children, Mrs Wm Weight and B ehlldien, Mis Lucas and daughter, M G Coire.t, wife and child, Mrs .1 I u hliighain and 3 ehlldien, Mrs II L Ilol teiu, child and imiso, Mis M Brown, Mrs J 11 Wode house, (1 It Hitchcock, Levi Lyman, E 1 Baldwin, Rev II 11 Gowen, A B Lyons, wife and two ehlldien, Henry ilap.ii, Bios Fiank and Louis, A Gar ten berg, J II Mabv, Masters Ficd and Win I A! any, D II Kanieau, Win Beek ley, 1 S Woolscv, A Lldgate, T It Kej woith, 0 J Falk, W II Uornwell, G E Boardman, Master Thomas Mitey, El dress Pliatbc, Sisters Albcitiiia and Beatrice,Misses Mahou,I3catiIcc Young, and Maggie Yanson, and 00 deck. For Maul and Hawaii per stmr W G Hall, Aug 30 His Majesty the King, J "W Konuiku, Kahalewal, J A Moore. 0 A Peacock, J H Waipuilanl, A Wiggins, Prof W D Alexander and CO deck. From Kauai per stmr Jas Makcc, Aug 30 W Eassie, Miss Lindsay, and 20 deck. Per S S Australia, August 30lh : II T? Wiclnnan, Robert Lewors and wife, Mrs N S Sachs, II Gunn, Mrs M Evans, 2 children and maid, Rev Geo Wallace, Hon Clias Wall, wife and son, Miss Lowers, Hon C F Horner, wife and nephew, Miss Petiie, H II Plemer, A D Thomas,' wifu and 3 children, Mrs Col A G Hawcs, F E Nichols, T R Walker, D.ivid Dowsett. Hon G N Wilcox, Mrs Lewis, MissE Lewis, W Lewis, Miss M Lewis, Mi&s Work, Mrs C H Alexander and son, E Lowis, Mr and Mrs A S Hartwcll, 8 children and' maid, H E Frick, William P Jones, J D Schuyler and wife, G F Allardt, J M Lydgate, An thony Lydgate, V W Dimond, Ben Halliday, Miss S E Pinder, Miss H Hillcbrand, J H Langtry, Mihs Ed die, R L Auerbach, N C Heisler, and 57 in the steerage. SHIPPING NOTES. The Kinau brought AnfRSOth, -1005 hags sugar, 223 pkgs hidesf 1V1 bags s-puds, 37 bags corn, 7 horses, 220 pkgs sundilcp. The Australia took to San Francisco 17,593 hags sugar, 4147 bags lice, 220 bundles sugar cane, 05 boxes fruit, 409 bndls green hides, 20 bndls dry hides, 2 bndls calf hidcs.lO bndls sheep skins, 12 bndls goat skins, 11 pkgs effects, etc. Domestic value 9171,499. The bark Forest Queen, Capt Wind ing, sails for San tranctsco .Satin day afternoon with 1,GG3,852 pounds sugar, and -1550 gallons of molasses valued at 9101,179,95. Also a safe valued at 8300, iiniL249 cases kerosene oil tiaushipped And valued at $5G0. TO-MORROW NIGHT'S SALE. The articles to be sold Saturday evening will be on exhibition at J. F. Morgan's auction room all day to-morrow. There is an endless variety of fancy dress goods, silks and satins, underwear, silk um brellas, and parasols; gents' under wear, infants' wear.etc, also a large variety of ailk and tapestry rugs. The articles arc well worth an in spection. Special accommodations will be provided at the sale for ladies. SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS. BEFORE bickeuton, J. Thursday, Aug. 29th. In the bankruptcy of J. A. Beck with. Petition of Mrs, Annie S. Parke, executrix of W. C. Parke, late assignee, deceased, for allow ance of accounts and discharge. Ordered that the account be allowed, discharge granted, and W. R. Cas tle alone serve as assignee under 81,000 bond. INTERMEUIAKY DIVISION IlUrOltE DOLE, J. Man Slur Fook vs. Lee Ching. Assumpsit. Appeal from Police Court. Heard and decision reserved. C. L. Carter for plaintiff; F. M. Hatch for defendant. , , . BEFORE BICKEUTON, J. Friday, Aug. 30th. In the bankruptcy of Richard Cayford, six claims amounting to 8 154,18 were proved, nnd David Dayton was elected assignee under $500 bond. POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. Mahoe, Antone, Gousalves and Hawaiian! had each to pay $G for drunkenness. Akumu nnd Akana were charged with affray. The two had a light on Mauoakea street which attracted quite a crowd. They were both lin ed $2 with 81.10 costs. L, Mitchell and Lipcka (w) were charged with adultery. The former tras lined 830, the latter 815. . ,.' ' .'$ a.Jfcj" ?&? jteACrJi -l!ifw. . fc,-.!.,..'. 'Sl ...... s-jf'. .,.. . .?...-. ', - LOCAL & QEdliilAL HEWS, Majou W. II. Oornwel) In town. A riti'ation as seamstress or sistnnt housekeeper is wanted. as- A i.Aitdi: number of papRcngcra came down on the Klnnu this morn ing. His Majesty tlio King left for Kona thifc morning on the stunner W. G. Hull. The next term of the Kanicha nicha Preparatory schools opens on Monday moining noxt. Hon. W. O. Smith will act for Mr. J. M. Lidgatc dtuing the laller'-s ab sciico from the kingdom. The baseball match between the Honolulus mid Hawaiis to-morrow afternoon comnienecB at !i :30 o'clock. s im. v. ai. awanzy win uisennrco the duties of British Vice-Consul during the temporary absence of Mr. T. R. Walker. The R. M. S. Mariposa is due to morrow from San Francisco en route to tlio Colonies. She will bring dates to August 21th. Twi: rain lnstcvening was not gen eral over Oahu, for the Hon. A. S. Cleghorn says that not a drop fell at his residence, Wiikiki. Puiiskk Wallace of the Kmau re ports plenty of rain at IIilo and Ha makua. The steamer had pleasant weather during the tiip. On Monday next at 3 o'clock p. in., tx meeting of the first division of thu Liliuokalani Educational Society will be held at Washington Place. Mkmders of Engine Company No. 1 aie notified of o special meeting to be held this evening at the hull, at 7:30 o'clock. Business of import ance. An important notice from the up town book and stationery stoic with regard to sheet music, song and in itrument.il folios, novels and note pappr appears elsewhere. A Portuguese named Manuel Jose who intended leaving on the Austra lia was arrested shoitly beforo noon and stands charged with the larceny of $400, the property of W. Powell. Mn. John Cassidy, Superintendent of the Hawaiian Bell Telephone Company, was over in the Koolauloa district to-day, and has placed a tele phone in the Courthouse at Ilauula, a distance of about twenty-nine miles from Honolulu. Riciid. E. Taylou, the young man wanted in San Jose for forgery, was placed on board the steamer Austra lia by Marshal Soper a few moments befoio the steamer sailed, and given in charge of Mr. J. H. Langtry, Wells, Fargo it Co.'s special agent. There was the usual gay scene at the departure of the Australia this noon. Most of the departing passengers wore leis or carried bou quets of flowers. The band was much missed. The steamer left her dock punctually at noon and was soon out of the harbor. EVENTS Drill Co. at 7:30. THIS EVENING. D Honolulu Rifles, Meeting St. Andrew's Cathedral, at 7. Special meeting Engine Co. No. 1, at 7:30. AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW, BT L. J. LEVEY. At 12 noon, at salesrooms, one 6 inch Blake pump in good order. BT J. F. MORGAN. At 7 o'clock p. in., sale of a large assortment of fine goods just receiv ed. Special attention is called to this sale. Reserved seats for ladies. KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOL. The next term of the Kameha meha School.opens on Monday next. Two gentlemen having special quali fications as teachers of manual training arrived on the last steamer under engagement for the coming year. They are Mr. U. Thompson, n teacher of standing in school work, who takes charge of the car pentry department, nnd"Mr. Davis, who will attend to the blacksmithing work. Miss Ilight has been trans ferred to this school from the Ka mehameha Preparatory School. Miss F, E. Bishop takes Miss Ilight's po sition in the latter school. PERSONAL. Mr. William P. Jones, brother of Mr. P. C. Jones, returned to his home in Boston, Mass., after a visit of about three months in the islands, during which he has been to the volcano, and many entertainments have been given in his honor. Mr. Jones is a very affable gentleman and has made hosts of friends dur ing his stay, who hope t) see him again at no very distant date. Aloha. Mr. R. L. Auerbach goes on a pleasure visit to the States for a few months. Mr. II. II. Plemer, of AVailuku, visits the States for pleasure. The hark Forest Queen sails for San Francisco to-morrow afternoon, Mr. and Mis. K. W. Iloldsworth will go as passengers by her, and nfter arrival in San Francisco will proceed to Victoiia. They inteud being absent three or four months, and hope to benefit by the chango of air. Bon voyage. HiLQ fl&WS, n 1 (From the IIilo Ilecord, Aug. SO.) The annual street cleaning in our little town has been going on for the past week. It is due to the Board to say that our streets aie now in better condition than we have ever known them before. The new street, Kukuati, has been ditched and graded, nnd opens up to quite n nice portion of tlio town. It need macadamizing, as if wet weather should set in, it would be two feet in mud. But that will come in time. Again, KauhianamStrcct has been fixed up to the cemetery, and that is n great improvement. We hope that as soon as the load taxis in, the Pleasant street extension will be opened up. We understand that the matter of Front stleet extension is under con sideration by the Board ; and the probabilities are that a. canal will bo opened between the Waiolama nnd the Waialoa streams. Thus allowing the sand to wash in at the piesent mouth of the Waiolama and so giving us a continuous drive around the hay to Waiakca. We nre a little doubtful as to whether it is the best plan. A budge across the Waiolama, in some respects, would be good, but still we are not prepared to say that it would be best. We would draw the attention of the Road Board to the encioach mcuts made by those living on the Waiolama street, running from the old Governess house to Volcano street. During the past week the old lenco has been pulled down on the south side and set over again from a foot to two feet into the load. It seems to us that the Board should make the parlies move the fence back again. For the benefit of friends residing on the other Isl ands, we will say, that, since the present Road Board system was organized, there have been ieven miles of a fair carriage road out of IIilo on the north side nnd that one can diive out now (although the road is notflnished) up to the rairiie plantation in Puna, on the Volcano road, about eight and a half miles. This shows that there has been a de cided improvement in this district, on the expenditure of load funds, from what it was four years ago. If we can keep on at this rate by the time the Legislature of 1892 is call ed, we will be able to drive in a car riage from IIilo to Laupahoehoe,and as Hamakua has almost finished a good carriage road to the boundary of our district, the probabilities are that one can get into his brake and drive into the valley of Waipio, by that time. Don't let ua then say that the present Government is a failure. The matter of the re-opening the boundary question of Papaikou came up before His Honor Judge Lyman on Thursday last week. Af ter hearing evidence in the case, the case was re-opened and the bound aries were fixed as by map placed pn file by the Government survey. Hon. Judge Lyman held an ap peal court on .Friday last. One petty larceny and one civil case were all that were tried at the time. Our editor-in-chief leaves early to-morrow morning for Kau and Kona expecting to attend the Sep tember term of the Circuit Court, which has been postponed till Sept. 12th. Wc are sorry to have to chronicle the death of our fiieiid Clnia Lung. He had made many friends in Hilo by his gentlemanly ways and his square business dealings. (From tjie IIilo liecord, Aug. 27.) The Volcano up to last accouuts was in a great state of activity. Changes are going on continually. The crater is filling up rapidly and from all indications there will be an outbreak in the near futuic. Thu smoke rises from the lake and vicin ity in masses, and an old kamaaina says that he has "never seen so much smoke arising frpm it before." On a clear day we can see the column of smoke, from here. There is a rumor afloat that smoke is arising from the steam cracks on the flats towards Kau, where smoke has never been seen before. If this is so, the outbreak will in all probability be in that place or near there. Wo have been free from earth quakes for some time, but from the outlooks at the volcano, we had bet ter prepare ourselves for a good shaking up. As far as we can learn Mokunweowco is quiescent, but it is about time for her to make herself known. There is a scarcity of water at the Volcano House. The frequent uins we have had lately seem not to have reached there. The horses have to be taken some distance to water. It is to be hoped that the heavy rain of Friday and that night reached there. Hinaikaua, the goddess of rain, visited us lust Fiiday and the IIilo ites wore once more in their element. Gossamers, rubbers and umbrellas were in great demand. We have not had an old fashioned "IIilo day" for some time and it was real re freshing to hear the ruin come down in torrents. The party that started out to set stations on Mauna Ken report as follows : Two days and a night were spent on the top and a utatlon was set on the highest peak. The rarity of the atmosphere affected most of the party in the usual way, of mak iug them have all the symptoms of seasickness. Another station was yet lower down tlio mountain side on Aahuela. The party also report raspberries in great abundance. Thpra U t) rppit fmatifj Uib natives that D, Howard Hilclipock was killed in tlio hie insurrection. No olllclal report to that effect has been received. Thero was quite a large opium scizuro at Pcpcckes plantation last Saturday evening, the 24th. One Chinaman had seven tins in his pos session. Three others were arrest ed for selling- the same. The police men on their way in from Pcpcekeo anestcd two Chinamen on the road, for opium in possession. The one who had seven tins was lined yester day and an appeal was taken for the Waimea term. The campers at the Volcano are expected back to-day. Also Deputy Sheriff Luce, from hl trip aiounU the Island. If this rainy weather keeps up, we may expect to see the rest of our townspeople coming in from their various summer re sorts. The prisoner, who has a Hall and chain attached to his ankle, attempt ed escape a day or two since, lie was given a file and hue and put on the load to work, and instead of tilling his hoe he filed his chain down enough, so that when the chance came lie could .snap it and escape. Ho was disSoVcred, how ever, before the chance came. Arrival :s Mrs. K. G. Hitchcock and daughter Mabel, from quite a stay in Honolulu. MAIL MATTERS. The Post Ofllce despatched by the Australia 5332 letters and 1388 packages of papers. This makes 11,334 letters and 3210 packages of papers forwarded to the States since Saturday. OPIUM SEIZURE. ' Mr. W. J. Sheldon made a seizure of twenty-seven tins of opium nt Kahului last Tuesday. A native woman, a passenger on the Likelike, had two aliscs with her. One was searched and nothing but clothing found in it. The other when open ed was found to contain the above amount of opium. The woman de clintd to claim the latter valise. BUSINESS ITEMS. MOSQUITO Powder Urns ia fancy designs, for lli (Cimomicid burn, ing of thu Genuine Huharh Insect Powder, hive boen leceivcd by Honsnn, Smith & Co. 317 lw WANTED b: a Lidy of middle ace, a Mtiiatinn as seamstress, or to as-iisi in home keeping, or in 1 lie ciire of an invalid. Address "U," at thiis oillce. 333 2l MEETING NOTICE. A MEETING of ilie Firn Divi-ion of the l.liluokalani EductliouHl Society will bt held at Washington Place, MONDAY, September 2nd, at 3 o'clock r m. !U 21 NOTICE. DURING my absence from the King dom V. O amiih, Ksq . will act for me under power of attnrimv J. II. LYDGATE. Honolulu, Aug. 30. lad i. 3J9 2t WANTED SIXF to 337..11 rat Class Dressmaker'. Apply Mns. A. M. MELLIS, No. 17 Em nut strec'. WANTED A GOOD Cook housework. letin Olllcc. who is willing to do Inquire nt thu 1!ul- 337 3t LOST. TUESDAY, between the Marino Hail, way and tliOjIt. O. Cemetery, a Gold Pin with three corals in a grape leuf. Finder please return to this office nnd accept reward. 337 3t NOTICE. MR. ANTON VOGEL is not in our employ unv more after this date. E. IIOFFSCHLAEQEH & CO. Honolulu, Aug. 24, 18S0. lUf, lm NOTICE. MY brother Gustav Hchuman will act for me during my absenco from this Kingdom. EMIL G. SUHUMAN. Honolulu, Aug. l!1, 18S9. 335 3 1 NOTICE. ALEXANDER J. Uortwrlglit, Esq., is authorized to act for mo under full power of Blloruey during my ab sence from tlio Kinurinm. OEOKOE O. BEOKLKY. Honolulu, Aug. 24, 180. 3.11 lw NOTICE. OAPANA, tending of Punnluu, KooUu, in to leave for China on the steamer of September 10th. desires that all bills imaiust him be presented on or beforo September lOtli. Sue Tin Wing will collect all accounts duo the said O. Apmia. 330 lw MEETING NOTICE. AQUAUTKItLY meeting of tho Board of Trustees of tlio Queen's Hos pital will ho held on SATUKDAY, the 7th September, 18s0, at 10 o'clock a. m , at tho Hoomsof the Cliumber of Com merce, llueiiicss of Importnuce Amend, ment of the By-Laws, Per order. F. A. SCHAEFEIt, 320 tm Becrelary. ANNUAL MEETING. T "WIE annual meeting of the stock. holders of the Mutual Telephone Co. will ho held on WEDNKbDAY, Sentembcr I ho 1 ll It. at U o'clock A. u.. at the Company's hulldlni;. U. U. UbKUI.ll, Secretary Mutual Tele. Co. 330 td The Equitable OF sr IT STANDS te -AND- Alone tKew York Goes No hotter example of the estimation in which lliis great Company is held, can be given, than by a com parative statement of the business done by itself and its chief competitors in their common home, the city of New York. In New York a man can gut his information direct from the Home Oillce of the largest companies, and has more accurate opportunities of judging their respective incritsj.han anywhere else. As a result in tllO City of New York during the year 1888 the Equitable wrote a larger amount of new business than was written by its Two LargeBt Competitors Combined. In the State of New York the Equitable wrote $1,808,131. more Insurance than the aggregate of its Two Largest Competitors Taken Together. It did the Largest Business i 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 Equitable is on account of the Popularity of its PlanB and thePromptness and Fairness of its Business Methods. As the Pioneer in reforms its Policies have been nnd are being cxtensivclj" imitated by others, a most graceful tribute to their merit. The primary object of Life Insurance is to provide ready monoy against death. No Company can approach the Equitable recbrd for promptness in this regard. The New Policy of the Equitable jtist out is (like a bank draft) a simple piomise to pay and is without conditions on its back. BSytor full particulars call on ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT, 330 lm General Agent Equitable Life Assurance Society for the Hawaiian Islands. .". ' IF ,1SJ H" Wm. II. TAYLOK, President. S. E. Cor. Manufacturers of nil kinds of i. Engine). & Boilers, Sheet Iron AND SI eel Water PIPE & FLUM DOUBLE, TRIPLE AND Juico Heaters, Cooler Wagons it Tank-, IMPROVED Filler Presses ! Railroad Cars AND Railroad Material Heine Patent Safety Boiler, Diffusion Machinery, t6S" Cafticity and t nulls gua ranteed. 2 Boll & 3 Boll Mill, Davidson Steam Pumps. Specification of Boiler and Fixtures: 1 Boiler, 1 Steam Drum, 1 Breeching, 1 Smokestack:, 300 feet Galvanized Strand for Guy.", 1 C. I. Front, complete; 1 Foundation Plato for fiont, 1 ml Grate Bais, for coal or wood; 1 Back Bar Bearer," 1 Ash Gleaning Door and Frame, 1 Hack Arch Plate, 1 set Binder Braces and Bolts for brickwerk, 1 Stand for back end of Boiler, 1 Steam Gaugo for Syphon, 1 Glass Water Gauge, complete, with Column and II Gauge Cocks; 1 Safelv Valve, 1 Feed Valve, 1 Mow-off Valve, 1 Check Valve. " , Thoso Boilers are teBted to 150 pounds hydrostatic pressure, and are intended for a working pressure of 100 pounds. Boilers of tho following sizes in Two Sheets keep constantly on hand ready for shipment: GO 48 inches diameter x 10 inches diameter x 10 Uttff For particulars, apply M7 4t-d-103 tf-w . TO IiET. ITlURNISnED Booms to let. J southwest corner of Punchbowl nnd lierdimia streets, would be very convenient for a small family. 255 6m Notice of Change in Man aging Partner. TMJIUNG tho absence of Mr. O. Yick 1J Le iuoiiu, our MnnncinRPnrtnvr. from tho Kingdom, Mr. 0. Din bing will act as Managing Partner for our firm, and will have Hie smie powers and author. ity as C. Yick f. eon if. KWONQ HIP LUNG CO. Dated Honolulu, Aug. 'ii, ItiE'J. 333 lw NEW YORK LINE ! AN Al Vessel will he despatched for Honolulu to leavo New York lu all November For fuither Information apply to the Agents, Messub. W. II. GROSSMAN fc BllO , 77 & 79 Uroad St., Now York Olty. Or CASTLE & COOKK, 8?7 lm Honolulu, II. I. j9j Liie Ass THE UNITED STATES. Equitable by a Large Majority. HOWARD & BEALE Sts., 8. F. feet loii. 5d inches diameter x 1G feefc long, foot lonir. 4a inches diameter x 10 feet lone. to JOHN 30YJEJ1K,, IAN0 SSJUST Western-layer's Celebrated Uprights ! MADK EXPHKHSLY FOU THIS CLIMATE. J. & C. FISCHER PIANOS BOUDOIlt UPRIGHTS a CABINET UPRIGHTS. Other PIANOS of Well-known American Factories on the Way. FOR SALE AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES BY Ed. HOFFSCHLAECER & Co;. .12fi lm . King and Bethol Btreets. FISCHK Renowned for Tone and Durability ! 80,000 lit Use (i,'A1LA?'Kr0R Established 1840 ENDORSED BY THE Cviti. Zkiiicxiin, U'Aiii, Mr.it. , EUOKNK TllAVKII, Ci.AiiA Louibi: Kku.ociu, tQr MUrsIO lilSPATVEXillgKi: - HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., Solo Agent for the Hawaiian Inland. gJ" Cull, or wiite for-CatalogufB. urance Society, Now Business During tlio Year 1888, $153,933,535.00 ! Funds on Hand Doc. 31, 1888, for Future DiviJonds, $20,794,715.00 ! R. S. MOOIIE, Superintendent. TIVE WORKS Steam Users, Attention ! The uigraving repiesents our standard Boilers. These Boileis are made of stool, and the bhull, as shown, being in two pieces, the advantage of this will be readily appre ciated bv .steam iimts. There arc no teams in the fire to leak, nor loose rivets to-contend with, caused by the continual expansion and contraction of the plate nu account of the unequal dis tribution of tin heat under the boiler, the bottom present ing it smooth, even surface which can be e isily cleaned. We place it manhole at the back end above the tubes, and line in the front end under the tubes. The front manhole gives free access to the sheet over the firo the itnl part of every boiler. This point is often overlooked by purcha ser, and boilers are bought with a small hand hole, and thu remaining bpace filled with tubes, which allows abso lutely no access for cleaning, and in a short lime tubes and sediment arc one solid mass; and instead of gain in elli ciency by a few feet of tube surface, the result is a posi tive 10b8. "" Jtooui ". HprrrkrlH' Illock. lIuiiolulu.il. I. ARRIVED - R PIANOS FOLLOWING ARTISTS: Ivan E. Mokowaski, Auo. Hoitman, Adolf. GMft, And Manv 'Otiikrb. 321 ni J if m PIANOS 1 m ! m iff "'is hJiut$$w, rtafaL hipm" 8iL' gaaagy;lM ""' 4TAn-V-?