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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
PROM AND AFTP.R JUNK 1, 1SU3.
To Kwa Mii.i,
Airive Kwa Mill...
Leave Kwa Mill..
1hvo Pearl City.
A. Saturdays) only.
I!. Biniaftys excepted.
1). Saturdays excepted.
THE- DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25, 1893.
Sohr Kauikcntmli From Kona
Wkdnkhuay, Oct. 25.
Yacht Tolna, Countess Festotics, 15 days
f roiu San Francisco
Stmr I'elo from Kauai
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
SS Mariposa, Haynard, from San Fran
cisco Stmr C H Bishop for Wnianae
For Hamakua, per stmr Watalealc, Oct
Jii Mr JVOCI1,
For Maui, per stmr Claudine, Oct 24
M Hatch, lltss K AVodehouse, J J Willian
Fred Wundenlmrg, O V Ashfnrd, Al
Youne. Mr. Dodee, Father Theodore, and
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Out 24 A
Cropp and wife. F Sohr, Miss Johnson,
t'apt H W Mist, Father Valentine, Dr J K
Smith, Kout Oatton, V H Mclnerny, C
Von Hamin, Mrs J Kakina, and 3o deck.
Vessels in Fort.
U S S Philadelphia, Barker, from Callao,
LT S S Adams, Nelson, from a cmise
8 S Miowera, Stott, from Sydney
Jap S S Miike Maru, Thompson, from
Am bgtne W G Irwin, Williams, fiom San
Haw bk K P Kithct, Morrison, from San
Br schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Am schr Robert Lew era, from Purt Gam
ble Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Am schr Transit, Jorgousen, from San
Am schr Aloha, Dftliol, from San Fran
cisco Hawn bk It P Kithet, Morrison, from San
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from San
Nor ship Beaconsfield, Bastianseu, from
Newcastle, N S AV
Gr bk J C Pllnger, Wolters. from Bremen
Am Yacht Tolna, Wlchman, from San
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S China, Ward, from
Yokohama, due Nov U
S S AVarrimoo, from the Colonies, due
Am bgt J D Spreckels, from S F for Kahu-
1m, due Aug 2G
Am bk Harvester, from S F Hilo, due Aug
Am bk Martha Davis, from Boston, due
Br ship Villatta, from Liverpool, due Jan
Ger bk Nautilus fiom Liverpool, due Dec
Ger bk Marie Hackfeld, from Liverpool,
due Feb 1, '04
Am schr Allen A, fiom Eureka, due Oct 1
The steamer Pcle was ten miles wet at
2:35 o'clock this afternoon.
The Japanese steamer Miike Maru has
docked at the Oceanic dook to discharge
her cargo of Oriental merchandise.
The steamer 0. It. Bishop will leave to
morrow morning with several pieces of
machinery, including a roller for the Wai
What Should' Have Floated Sank,
and What Should Have Sunk
There were many Btrango inci
dents iu connection with the sink
ing of the Victoria, but, perhaps, the
strangest of them has not yet been
recorded. After tho ship foundered
two articles which had been lying in
Admiral Tryon's cabin were found
floating, were picked up, aud havo
been brought home. One of these
articles was the Admiral's toloscopo;
the other was his despatch-box.
.Now, this box was ol peculiar con
struction. It was made according
to special service regulations in
order to contain the code of signals.
It is essential that these signals
should not fall into tho bauds of an
enemy. Tho box is, therefore, lined
with lead and perforated with holes
at the bottom, to insuro its sinking
db soon as it is thrown overboard.
But what happened? Tho great
Bhip, constructed with all the in
genuity of modem soionco on pur
pose to float, sank like a stone. The
lead-lined, perforated box, specially
created to eiuk, floated, and now lies
at Whitehall, a testimony to tho
fallibility of two sets of designers.
Moonlight Battalion Drill.
There will bo n moonlight batta
lion drill of tho Hawaiian National
Guard on Pnlueo Rquare at 7:!M)
o'clock this ovoniuK. Tho P, G.
band will bo in attendance aud will
head tho line in preliminary drill.
Tho members of the dilToront com
panies havo boon ordered to bo pro
bent at the drill shod at 7 o'clock,
aud after lining up will march to
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 . m. Wonthor
clear, wind fresh oast.
Tho It. M. S. S. Mariposa
San Francisco to-morrow.
Jonathan John, a twelve jrcar old
lad, was lockod up to-da1 for tru
ancy. Concert by tho Hawaiiau National
io merry go-round to-
Mr. Robort Louis Stevenson called
on Major Wodohouso, British Minis
tor Resident, yesterday morning.
Moloj a nativo woman, was con
victed in tho District Court to-day
of selling swipes and sentenced to
pay a fiuoof $150.
Tho S. S. Miiko Maru will sail for
Yokohama direct on Wednesday
next at 2 p. in. W. G. Irwin & Co.,
Ld., are tho agonts.
James F. Morgan will sell at un
derwriters' solo by auction, at 12
o'clock noon Thursday, an eight
hundred pound anchor and 10
fathoms of chain.
Tho roport of Mr. Chandler's
speech in tho Senate which appear
ed in the Star on Monday, was first
Cublished in tho Bulletin ton days
eforo. There you are.
Captain Hookauo will have charge
of the police at tho battalion drill,
Captain Langloy of a squad at tho
concert by tho National baud at the
merry-go-round, and Captain Par
ker of the polico on patrol thiseven
ing. A native lad named Kawai waR
arrested to-day by Detective Lar
son's specials and charged with rob
bery. It is alleged Kawai with two
others robbed a Chinaman of $11
yesterday. The two held the China
man's hauds, while the prisoner
soarched his pockets.
Mr. Wray Taylor, Secretary of
the Board of Immigration, is hard
at work arranging the allotment of
the 1600 and odd Japanese immi
grant b. by the Miike Maru to differ
ent plantations. The people are all
well in quarantine, and will likely
bo released therefrom on Friday.
I, .. . . ran t . . .. F rlii.... lini.i.m.iL an ..it...
Decisions in Garnishee Cases Pro
Judge Whiting has filed a decision
in the case of M. V. McChesuey &
Sous, plaintiffs, vs. Charles Lind,"de
fandant, J. F. Morgan and J. A.
Magoon, garnishees. Plaintiffs ap
pealed from a judgment in the Dis
trict Court rendered against the
garnishee, Magoon, for $10.83, the
plaintiffs holding that the garnishee
should be hold in a larger sum. The
other garnishee, Morgan, had no
funds and was discharged. Defend
ant, Lind, had mortgaged a chicken
ranch to Mafjoon, and again to Lewis
& Co. Being unable to pay the
debts, he agreed with tho two mort
gagors that the property should be
sold. The property was sold by
Morgan as auctioneer and bid in by
Lewis & Co. Immediately after the
sale was closed by the auctioneer,
tho garnishee process was served on
Morgan and Magoon. But Magoon
had already settled with Lind; ho
had paid him no money, only it was
arranged he should pay him $40.83
balance. The debt was $726 and ex
penses brought the amount up to
$869.30, which coming out of the
sale proceeds of $910.13 left the bal
ance mentioned. Judgment of the
lower court is confirmed, plaiutiiFs
to pay costs. Creightou' for plain-
tills; Magoon for aeleuuants.
The case of P. G. Camarinos
against tho same defendants is de
cidod the same way. Garnishee's
liability is limited to the balance of
$40.83, and, as the summons in this
case was served a week later, it is
.subject to first garnishment.
An inventory filed bv F. A. Schae-
fer, executor, shows the value of the
estate of tho late Curt Philip von
Mengersen to be $15,251. 4-1, mostly
in sugar stocks.
Judge Cooper has allowed the
petition of J. Alfred Magoon, admin
istrator of the estate of tho late
Mariano Camacho, to sell real estate
consisting of a lot between Fort and
Emma streets containing a dwell
GETTING GEAR IN PLACE.
Everything Promising for Contractor
Thus far good progress hat. been
made by Arthur McDowall in pre
paring to lift tho hteauiship Mio
wera off the reef. There has been
exceptionally tine weather aud
smooth water since Sunday.
Six of the eight samsou posts
were alongside tho vessel this moru
iug, and at noon tho last two wero
ready to launch. Two big spars
aud somo tacklo from the marine
railway havo been procured. Admi
ral Skerrott has shown a very kindly
interest is the contractor's enter
prise, and on the request of British
Minister Wodohouso has loaned two
chains for tho work.
Tim morning Mr. McDowall suc
ceeded iu getting the hull ou a
nearly even keel in fact canted it
as far as he considered safe. He
found no didiculty in the operation.
The first attompt at lifting by nil
the posts together will bo mado bo
tweou 4 and fi o'clock to-morrow
Hawaiian National Band,
Tho Hawaiian National Uaud will
givo a concert at tho Hawaiian
Hotel at 7:!M) o'clock in the evening
of the arrival of the S. S. Maripona:
March -Good Hope Chiuder
Overture Kulii 1'asha Ib ruouot) .blah
Walt. Promenade. . Gun
Mc(llo lloHton Hake (now I
helectlon Plantation Song (new).
, . . Ctniterns
Mnnrku I'lileinulle (new) . ..Faust
Idyll-Mills in the Forest Klluiihcrg
March llruil Ideal . Bmutt
THE YAOHT TOLNA.
Her Maiden Voyngo of Fifteen Says
from San Francisco.
Tho schooner yacht Tolna ar
rived and anchored in the stream,
this morning, fifteen day from
San Fraucisco. Tho yacht was
boarded by a Bulletin reporter
shortly after her arrival and was
mot by thoCouniess Festotics, who,
with hor husband, is making a cruiso
to tho South Seas.
"Do you wish tho captain T" askod
the Countess. "Yes," answered tho
representative "Wollj I'm tho Cap
tain, what do you wish to know."
After being made acquainted Cap
tain Festotics, the Countess, said:
"Wo camo down iu fifteen days and
encountered very rough woothor.
On an -average the yacht made about
ton to fifteen knots an hour. Some
times we made throo knots on ac
count of the calm. One day tho
weather was so rough that the boat
on dock was torn from its fastenings
and washed aft. Tho sea washod
tho docks on sevoral occasions. Wo
arrived, however, as you soo, sound
"How long do you intend staying
"Till I am tired of it," replied tho
Captain. "You can say this, that
the Tolna is tho fastest yacht this
side of tho Pacific. 1 have a mas
ter's certificate which no one can
possess in the United StateB unless
a citizen. I am also enrolled as a
member of the San Francisco Yacht
Club." With this tho Countess
called to Fnuny, the stewardess, to
show tho reporter throughout tho
The quarters of the crow are for
ward, then come the gallry, the
dining room and the saloon. The
bedroom of the Count and Countess
are on the right haud side and ad
joining it is the bathroom. There
is a spare room on the left hand side.
J. ho cabin is nicely lurniBhed, as also
is all the other rooms. Tho finish
on the hard wood is dazzling. Every
thing ou board is so cosy aud neat
that it is a veritable home. The
wood ou the interior of the cabin
aud sleeping saloons is polished to
a finish. The Tolna is a two-masted
schooner, aud was built in Benicia
by Mr. Turner, yacht builder, and
this is her first ocean trip. She de
feated several yachts prior to her
starting out for a cruise in southern
water. The Countess does all the
talking official talking at least.
Captain Wichmanu is sailiug mas
tor of tho yachtj acting in the capa
city of chief officer. He has an as
sistant mate, but a raw crew, as was
evidenced by their handling of ropes
this morning. They were so ignor
ant that Captain Wichmann had to
call iu six native boatboys to help
got everything in shipshape. Ac
cording to a sailor the Tolna was off
the islands three days ago, but could
not make out where Honolulu was.
Yesterday the yacht was off Barber's
point, but they could not find the
MAKIKI WELL REPAIRED.
The Pump Again at Work Raising
the Needed Water.
As previously reported in tho Bul
letin the Makiki pumping plant met
with an accident which resulted in
its suspending operations. Men
were at work on the plant all Satur
day night until 7 o'clock Sunday
morning. Work was resumed ou
Monday morning and continued all
night until yesterday afternoon,
when the damage caused by the cav
ing iu of the mason work at the
bottom of the well was repaired.
On Sunday aud Sunday night
masons wore engaged in building up
the brickwork. It was found also
that the pump had sucked up a
lump of rock, as large as a man's
two fists, aud this caused the break
ago of a valve. The force of the
pump cau be gathered from this.
Tho general average of the pump is
5000 gallons an hour.
The pump was started up again
this morning by Engineer Boyd aud
everything worked satisfactorily.
SIX MONTHS ON THE BEEF.
Devauchelle Oots That and a Fine
E. Devauchelle was senteuced to
pay a hue oi .)Oli and speua six
months on the reef at hard labor by
Judge Robertson this morning. It
will be remembered that Devau
chelle and Isaac Cockett were ar
rested about two weeks ago with
forty-nine tins of opium at Iwilei, as
they wero about to dispose of the
stuff to a Chinese polico informer.
There was no case against Cockett
and he was discharged, but Devau
chelle was ''soaked for smuggling
as mentioned. Counsel Kaulukou,
who mado a hard tight for his client,
has noted au appeal.
E. Devauchelle was re-arrested
this afternoon, and now stands
charged with selling opium.
A Rise in Sugar.
According to this morning's Ad
vertiser's report of tho Supremo
Court decision tiled in the admiralty
suit of the Iuter-Islnnd Steamship
Compauy for salvage in the schooner
Liholiho's sugar saved by the Iwa
lani, the 12(H) bags of sugar brought
$20,000, which ib at the enormous
rate of $U por bag. The funniest
part of it nil is that, at tho tiuie the
report was ruhashod, tho decision of
the Court was right under the edi
tor's nnso awaiting the usual official
Mr. and Mrs. James Lylo yester
day attained to the thirty-ninth an
niversary of their marriage, which
took place October 21, IBM, at Mys
tic, Connecticut, Mrs. Lyle's native
place, whero also some of their
children were horn. The pair
celebrated tho ovont by uu old
fashiouod, sumptuous turkey dinnor
iu "down east" style, at which throe
married couples iu tho family, resi
dent iu Honolulu, were entertained.
Mr, It. II. Churchill
ML A'ernon, AVaili.
An Honest Medicine
Rheumatism Cured Health llullt Up.
Mr. Churchill, formerly (it Churchill tt Taylor,
urvoyors anfl civil enitliii'rrs, Alt. A'ernon,
waslilimtoii, wiltrs: "Niutlirrn California
was m bom fr msnv ye ir. When 1 camo
here I bouan to bo afflicted all oer with
And also paint In rav back mid n general fooling
ol being used up. My ' biulneis takes me out In j
Uin elements oil the time, ami I found my-
tell unlit lor work. Heading an advertise
ment oi imoa i Mrliiniia, ami lonrnine
also that the ineillrliirnpt compounded In
v own Htato or Vftssncliinons. I c
own Stato of VAWiclimotts. 1 ewirluded
i Ulliv he an hone.t medicine. I took
this may be an hone.t tncdirltic. I took
It and am so much Improved tli.it I am out
In all weathers and trael all day with no
fatigue aud tired feeling. To any one that
feels bad all over 1 sny take Hood's Knrsapt
rllls. It has cured me." It It. CntmrinLL.
HOOD'S Pills cure Liver Ills, Jaundloe,
BUIuusuess, tilult Headache aud Constipation.
HOBHON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
By Lewis J. Levey.
House & Lot
FOK SALK AT AUCTION.
On WEDNESDAY, Nov
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
A.T 3WCST 3AXjE3S&001
I WII.I. SKI.!. T l'1'lll.ir AI'l'llOK
The House and Lot!
Situated at the corner of Metcalf and'
Kooky Hill Street, Manou.
Size of Lot 2001300, Area 1.36-100 Acres
The House has i Hooius, Pantry, Cook
house, Stable and Carriage House, and
Water laid on.
TERMS CASH 1
Of Dissolution of Co-partnership.
OTICE 18 HEREBY HIV1IS THAT
the co-Dartnershin hoietofore carried
on in Honolulu nndor tue firm name of i
Wenner & Co.. as Jewellers by tho under- .
signed, has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent. A. Wenner aswumes all ,
outstanding liabilities of tho tirin and will
collect and receipt for all debts due them.
N. P. JACOBSON. i
Honolulu, October 21, 1MB. 8l.l-3t '
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
X Htoukholders of the Hawaiian Sugar
Company will be held ut the olPce of
Messrs. V. Q. Irwin & Co. L'd. on MON
DAY, the 30th Inst., at 10 o'clock a m.
Honolulu, Oct. 'it, lbUX 8t"!-5t
THK AUOVE REWARD WILL HE
paid to anyone giving information
leading to the Arrest and Conviction of
the party or partled gtilltv of the murder
of Dan Hung Hoy (a male Chinese) at Ho
aeae, Kwa, Calm, BatuMav night the lith
inst. WOSO KWAI.
President United Chinese Society.
Honolulu. Oct. 18, 18U3. 8TS-Jt
AiiOOD FAYING BUHINF.HS, WELL
established aud centrally located.
For particulars inquire ol
G. E. IIOARDMAN,
ax lin 510 Fort street.
DO T0U SEW ?
People who buy Sewing Ma
chines usually want tho one
which in addition to being light
running and simple iu its mecha
nism isornumontiii. The"Wer-
,.! ii,0 ,i;u; ..
B"J"Jn "r "'""i"""" "
being not only the leust tirc&onio
to the operator but n the most
superbly finished of any sewing
machine in the market. The
tables are of polished wood in
laid in beautiful designs. The
belt upon which light fabrics
are prone to catch is entirely
concealed. It has also a patent
foot rest which ladies will lind
indisponsiblo. The hoad of tho
machine is arranged upon, what
is practically, a double table so ;
that it may bo removod in a '
moment and the foot power dis-!
carded. Tho tables havo hand- j
some covers and deep roomy j
druwors containing a full line of'
attachments, for which whuu I
buying other mukis of suwing
machines you usually pay extra.
Prices of the " Worl hoi in" i
Sowing Machine vary according
to sio and finish, and will bo
furnished on application.
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE COMPANY,
IS THE BEST
perfectly solid Inside of twenty
Forms a durable
I tic coating.
and cliWlr, not a hrlt-
i Jtetaina Its gloss longer tlian any other
Itevlsts tliu aetlnu of aelds and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows freely from the brur.li without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields a
I hard surface, suitable for Moors, steps, etc.
i Mixes readily with pigments ground In
I oil iu paste form.
i Brings out the real shades of the colors
i aud keeps them unaltered.
I Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
I new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improves the
working of the vamls
Does not darken white lead or :
Has greater body than any other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to Unseed oil and It will
greatly improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
By nutunl tests, has outlasted the beat
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
Um- Lucoi in every respect in the
tmnic milliner as you would linseed
oil, with tin1 single pxccntiuu that you
may add fully onc-iuuriur nioro Lu
coi, to the tmmii quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In using nuitivlliu, Vunelinn red, tho
ochrus, and other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the paint at leu!
one day before, it in to lie used, then
add a thiid more Lucoi. aud the paint
will be found tu cover well ami have
a guild gloss.
I NKVEK USE JAPANS.
1 'Where hard surfaces such as llomu,
I steps, etc., are requited use litharge
' only, never use Japans.
I l.UCOL MIXES WITH VAIi
I and .Whists thcii working and ini
, proves iheir appearance hut tiikv
rillOUM) 1IK UHEl) SAMK DAY THEY AUK
mixkl), otherwise the gum of the var
nish may he precipitated or the mix
The addition of from to of Lu
ll ol, to vnrnishet. does not reduce theii
lti-tre nor retard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
To Lot or Loaso.
ROOMS TO LET.
rpWO FURNISHKD ROOMS FOR OKN
L tlemen at No. 4 Garden Lane. NJ-'tf
ONK OF TURKIC NEW
Cottages on corner of
Fort and Suhool Streets.
Atmlv ou tho nremises. or
at Frank Brown's store, Meruhnnt Street.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. C. etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu.
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
VALUADLE PIECES OF
! I improved l'roierty, located
iu (lijlment purts of the City of
' Honolulu; all bargains. Apph
1 for full lmrtlculars to
! BRUCE A A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
j hL!t .
I FOR SALE
HE RESIDENCE AND
tier's Avenue, below Limit
lllo Homo, unci owned bv
the uiHlerslgiu'd, 1h (or bale on ailvanuit,'e-
OUH MTIUH. AIipiV U)
Ml 2m At V. H. Lure. Mentlmnt St.
, JL Premise opposite the
.MtiMki Rcmrvu. recently
oeimiiluri bv Mr. I'hnrlus
CrciL'liton. The ltouiiiU lire himt'iimv. ami
well kIihiIui! with Ornamental ami Fruit
Tree-); onh a minute h walk to 1 ruuiivayn,
J lie imillllll)!R will
Iu nut in
imir to milt tliu
w lslien or a
)'W fiirthir iiartliMiIitrs. utitiK In
Trustee for Mri, Mnrj h. I.eve.
Real Estate Agency,
No. 510 Fort Street.
I Hoime on
1 llmiBe on
(iermunla street I'AI per
Kmina 8iUarti $lfi r
1 Htoro miller the "Arlington,"
1 htore on Nuuuutl street.
i Houxeu on llurutuuln utret't.
.' Housed ou Kort ittreet.
llirnan ami lit
on lleretaula itreet near
Ixit '.in i feet fmntace anil
UU feet ileen.
Heveral Desirable Renlileiicm at
I KbhMcncii ou Oeruiaula utrect.
IRWIN & CO
i FOB THIS WEEK ONLY !
N. S. SACHS'
oao Fort Btreot, Honolulu,
Flamiolluttu, nil colorn, (striped, 8 yards for $L.()().
FltiniU'lluttu, plain and .striped, 7 yards for $1.00.
Ciinglmms, Fancy iStripos and Plaids, 8 yards for $1.00.
While Barred and Striped Dress (roods, 14 yards for $1.00.
White Striped Dress Goods, 7 yards for $1.00.
White Barred Dress Goods, Fine Quality, (i yards for SI .00.
The above Prices are for This Week Only.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OK
Bedroom Suits, ft&lm
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAOKD GOODS KEPT OK HJLNN
Robinson Block, Hotel
BELL TELEPHONE 625.
3MC. 3. 3L,E37"r
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE HARKED IN TRE WINDOW.
AT THK KAMOUB 8TORK OF
IB. :f BHLBRS & GO.
BOS So S 1 1 PORT STRE1H1T.
Oanton Wash FstTorios !
A hiiuihonif Cotton Public; New Styles tills- beuton; tho ell'eou are fiic-biiulleii of Clilim
cillks; to nee them means to appreciate them.
Bilk llnlth just out; reul French liediniib ure the tlliebt unit the crae of the seaauu.
Oaahnaere Su.tDlim.es SO Oen.ts Yard i
One of the IiuiiiImuiicm Wuuli llaterlala thlb t-enson eiuirelx new ami
for the price Iiab no cqu.il,
"Wlait Lawns and IDimity I
In Plain, Htrlpeit ami Olieekeil in great variety.
tW Dressmaking under the
Royal Insurance Company
OF LIVERPOOL. .
uThe Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
Kire rlnkion all kitnlsof Iiuurttiico I'roiwrtv taken at Current Rl.kn b
Aini for Oi Hawaiian lalaudi,
Etc, Etc, Etc,
Street, oppo. Bethel Street
MUTUAL TELEPHONE WB.
Manauemenl ol MRS. RBKHER.