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DAlILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 22, 1890.
Bn Slutljoritn. ings ? Foreign Office Notice. Official notice having been given that! start in a small way in a safe during the temporary absence of HON. E. MULLEK, Consul for Austria-Hungary, EI. SUHIi, ESQ , will discharge the functions of that office as Acting Consul, all persons are hereby required to give full faith and credit to ail the oflicial acts of the said Ed. Suhr, Esq. J. A. CUMMINS. Minister of Foreign Affairs. Aliiolani Hale. November 21, IH'-tO. 1350-1 1 123-3t lt has pleased His Majesty the King to appoint WALTER HILL. Esq. to be a member of the Board of Education. The Board now consists of the following gentlemen: Hon. Charles It. Bishop, President; Hon. W. D. Alexander, Hon. 8. M. Damon, Mr. W. W. Hall, and Waiter Hill, Esq. Iolani Palace, November 20, 1890. 1350-1 1 122-3t THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR. November, 1890. 8u. Mo. Tn. W. Th. Fr. Sa. Jiovrmber 4 1 Last Quarter. 2 3 4 6 6 7 8 November 12 New Moon. 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 r NovembeJ 19 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Flrt W"re 23 24 25 26 27 28 2 November 26 Full Moon. 30 EVENTS OF TO-DAY. Dramatic Entertainment House at 8 p. m. At Opera r0?.' THE DAILY Pacific Commercial Advertiser. Be Jtiit and fear Dot: Let 1I the ends thou aitn'st at bo Thy Country's, thy Ood'i. and Truth's. SATURDAY, NOV. 22, 1890. ABOUT POLITICS. When wo find the most upright citizens taking no interest in poli tics, showing no zeal for tho good government of tho country, we may expect political stagnation and corruption. But when tho best citizens manifest interest in public affairs wo havo good gov ernment and honest administration of public trusts. It is tho duty of every man to take an active per sonal interest in the welfare of his country, and to seo that tho best citizens aro elected to public places." All true, every word of it. The truth is of a kind that needs to be often repeated. Ono of tho great difficulties perhaps the greatest, in securing good government in this country, lies in tho apathy and indifference to politics of so many intelligent and rcspectablo people, who are otherwise trood citizens. but -who in this respect are not such. They take little or no in terest in popular elections, and hundreds and thousands of them do not voto on election days. Thoy leavo tho wholo matter to bo managed by political tricksters and their followers, and perhaps express their dis gust without actively doing any thing to prevent or euro the evils of which they complain. This is neither good sense nor good citi zenship. Every ono who has the right to do so should cast his voto on election days, and demand of every candidate for whom he votes, as tho condition of receiving it,suit ablo intelligence and a good reputa tion for integrity and honest. Were this the goneral practice of thoso whom the writer of the above extract calls " upright citizens,"the consequence would be a great im provement in all the affairs of gov ernment. Political parties would bo purer; better candidates would bo nominated, and better officers of law would bo elected. Tho whole body politic would be in a sounder and healthier condition.and numer ous shady acts that are now toler ated, would bo banished from the land. FIl AN KLIN'S WILL. And nowT at this late day tho will of Benjamin Franklin is contested, that is, one of his charities pro vided for by tho will is disputed. It appears that by his last testa ment Franklin set aside one thou sand pounds sterling each, for Philadelphia and Boston, to be used by thoso cities after a hun dred years of investment in help- ing deserving young men to btart in business. Franklin's idea was that at the expiration of the term the investment of the sums named and the re-investment of the earn- would produce more than ono . say l,m"u" uuuur, i jiuercb uyuu 1800, as shown by the firet count, ex which would prove sufficient to aid claaive o whiteg in the Indian Ter. several young men each year to :frt ' rarm rm roaorvmna ond busi- ,n ncss, the recipients of the aid to be. such as had capacity but no capi tal, and who, by reason of their correct lives and their good ex amples, wero worthy of assistance. It was a noble conception, and for a hundred years lias excited men to commend Franklin's breadth of charitable spirit. But the investment of the sums has not turned out as Franklin calculated. Only about half as much has been realized as he anti cipated. Ilia heirs now come in and ask that the bequest bo set aside, because it has failed of its purpose: that as the terms of the will have not been complied with, the face of the enormous immigra and cannot be within the time ap- tion during the past ten years would pointed, tne will lo tnat extent is ..... .... . . A I void and the trust created has ter- minatcd, wherefore they ask that .. , . t i the money and its earnings be dis- tributcd among them. The case is already in the Courts of Pennsyl- vonio nrwl 5f i a l . t h n t fl Iayi and tedious litigation will be main tained. If the will is defeated, as is not unitKeiy, n win ue uui anoiuer in- ... . -ill i i a. 1 " I stance oE the failure of men. wise in their day, to so make provision by will for their beneficent contri butions that the charities will be como effective. The better plan for men of wealth to adopt is to be their own executors; to dispose of charitable donations while they live, and not trust to the un certainty of wills and trustee bodies. Am. Exchange. Consult the Map of Pearl City, and select 23th. the Lots you wish to buy on Nov. 108 THIRD CIRCUIT COURT. Chief Justice Judil Presiding, A. V. leteron, Attorney-General, Chas. Crelgliton, Deputy Attorney - Gen eral, for the Crown. The Court opened at fWaiohinu, Kau, Monday, November 17th. The King vs. Awa, Aiau and Ani. Murder of Akong in Keauhou, August 10th. The jury returned a verdict of acquittal. Olomia vs. Kanuku. Divorce. Granted on the ground of desertion and failure to support. The King vs. Kalanawahine (k) and Kaheana (w), adultery. Ap peal from the District Court of North Kona. Defendants withdraw their appeal. The King vs. Wm. Manu. Seduc tion. From the District of North Kona. The Attorney-General de clined to present an indictment. W. C. Achi for defendant. The King vs. Laenui et al, mali cious injury. Appeal from the Dis trict Court of North Kona. Prose cution enters a nolle prosequi. A. Ilosa for defendants. forcrery. Commitment from North Kona. Continued to next May term at uuo- Acni ana v m. iva- The King vs. Keawe Kamakee, cruelty to animals. Appeal from the District Court of Puna. En tered a nolle prosequi. The King vs. Kamaawa (k) and Kanoa (w), adultery. Appeal from the District Court of Puna. Parties having married defendants are dis charged. The King vs. Pake (k) and Haa heo (w), adultery. Defendants with- draw their appeal from the District Uourt of ivau. . U. Achi for de- fendants. The King vs. Kekeau, affray. De fendant withdraw his appeal from the District Court. The King vs. Ah Fat, unlawful possession of opium. Appeal from District Court of Kau withdrawn. The King vs. Tatulu (k) and Tami (w), adultery. Appeal from District Court of Kau withdrawn. Kaapa vs. Wahine and Honolii, suit in equity. Settled out of Court. W. C. Achi for plaintiff. J. K. Kekaula vs. Hawaiian Graz ing Company, ejectment. Continued from September term, 18S9. Settled out of Court. W. C. Achi for plain tiff, D. H. Hitchcock for defendant. Mahana.s ltallroad. A new railroad companj was in corporated at Union, Or., October 26th with a capital stock of $600, 000. The incorporators are J. B. Mahana, J. W. Shelton, E. S. Mc Comas, E. O. Swackhatnmer and L. J. Daves. Tho object is to build, equip and operate railroads on an entirely new system, as in vented by J. B. Mahana. The new company is known as the Single Rail and Saddle Car Company. The new system can be operated either by steam or electricity and contains principles which it is thought will cause a revolution in railroading. Teacher: "In what battle was Stonewall Jackson mortally wound ed?" " Dunno I guess it was tho last one he fought in." Daily Advertiser 50c. per month! I THE NATIONAL CENSUS. Population of the Country Not I'p to Kutliuate. Bulletins issued at Washington on , . , T1ti that the population on June 1st, AlacL-n wraa fi9 1KO ft:U TilPSA in AiasKa, was figures may be slightly changed by later computations. In 1880 the population was 50,155,- 783, and this is an absolute increase in ten years of 12,324,757; the per centage of increase, 24.57. In 1870 the population was stated as 48,558,371, and according to these figures the absolute increase between 1780 and 1880 was 11,597,412 and the percentage of increase was 30.08. Upon tne lace or tnese ngures 6how8 that the population increased between 1880 and 1890 only 727,34o more than between 1870 and 1880, while the rate of the increase was apparently diminished from 30.08 to 24.57 per cent. If these figures were derived from correct data, they would be indeed disappointing. Such a reduction in u. U w. VMM m m. w or mi a a mrnat (liminilimn in fecundity of the population, or H corresponding increase in the death r&te. It is a well-known fact, having beeQ demonstrated by extensive and thorough investigation, that the census of 1870 was grossly deficient lQO OOUinem DIBI68, SO in tne 1 1 as not only to give an exaggerated rate of increase of the population between 1870 and 18S0 in these states, but to affect very materially the country at icti'V vi. luuicaou au taw jarge says " the Supervisor of Census Porter, conditions of growth have been varied. In the earlier years of the decade the discovery of valuable silver and copper mines in the moun tains of Montana, in the neighbor hood of Butte, have drawn to that state a large immigration, which is engaged not only in mining but in developing the rich agricultural re- sources. Wyoming nas continued to grow witn acceieratea rapiaity The census of Colorado was taken on the top wave of a mining excitement which had filled its mountains with miners, prospectors and speculators, increasing its population enormous ly, especially in the mountainous country. " The census of the state taken in 1885 was, on a superficial view, very surprising. It showed that most of the countries had lost in population during the five years preceding. This loss was however, more than made up by the growth of its cities and its agricultural counties. The census of 1890 shows a still further reduction in population in the min ing regions of the staf e and an extra ordinary development of its suburban population and farming element. New Mexico, Arizona and Utah show rates of increase which are small when the sparsely settled con dition of the Territories is consid ered, while Nevada shows an abso lute diminution of population of 17,039, or barely 29 per cent, leaving it the smallest of all the States. "This condition of things is a natural result of the failure of the Comstock and other mines, work upon which has practically ceased. Idaho has increased its popula tion two and a half times. Its pros perity is mainly due to its mines, although people are now turning to agricultural in considerable num bers. " The growth of Washington has been phenomenal, the population in -v It . ilj X890 being nearly five times that in Msso. as shown bv the State census taken in 1885. This growth has been almost entirely daring the last five years of the decade. The in ducements which have attracted set tlers are, in the main features, its good soil and ample rainfall, which enables farming to be carried on without irrigation. "California, which increased 54 per cent during the decade between 1870 and 1880, has maintained dur ing the oast decade a rate or m- crease 0f 39 per cent. This increase, t,rmrrVi State, has been most marked in its great cities, especially in the south ern part of the State." The more Lots you Buy at Pearl City, the more Money you will make. 103 Tcu) Uivcrtisrmcnts. EG AN & GUNN King Si . near Fort, (Next to H. E. Mclntyre's) Having Removed Temporarily, will Open on MONDAY, Nov. 24th, "With, a Choice Line of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods CLOTHING, Hats - Caps - Etc. NEW GOODS Just Received in all Departments ex bark W. B. Godfrey and S.S.Australia. HS-tf Honolulu Cutuiuler. One New Honolulu Cutunder For 85 OO. HAWAIIAN CARRRIAGE MTG CO., 124-3t o. 70 Queen Street. 3Tcnj Uvrrtiscnirnts. ROYAL HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE On Saturday Evening, Nov. 22, 1890, By kind permission of Commander Turner and Officers, The Amateur Dramatic Company of H M. S. Nymphe, will give A Dramatic and Variety Entertainment IN AID OF THE SAILORS' HOME. The performance will commence the Laughable Farce, entitled. with LEAVE IT TO ME. Display of Light Infantry Drill ! Songs and Dances ! And to conclude with the well-known Borrowed Plumes. "Box Flan for Reserved Seats will be opened on Friday morning, Nov. 21st, at 9 o'clock, at the office of L. J. Levey. President of Comp'y, Lieut. P. C. Musgrave Stage Manager, - Mr. V. Sims, It. N. l20-5t Notice to Mariners. VACIITSMEN AND OTHERS WISH- intj to perfect themselves in Modern forms of Practical Navigation and Nauti cal Astronouiv; now that conciseness is onlj' second to accuracy, the undersign ed will be pleased to give lessons for a few weeks only. Specialities: To obtain the noon position in less than thirty seconds after taking sun; to obtain both Latitude and Longi tude by one observation of the sun only ; to obtain the Latitude one hour and a half from meridian; simple calculations of double altitudes, etc., etc. jflf Apply at otlice of L.J. Levey, from 9 to 11 A. M. JOHN G. IIITCHFIELD, 122-lw Marine Expert. EAGLE HOUSE NUUANU AVENUE. THIS FIRST-CLASS FAMILi 143 Hotel (situate in the most pleas ant part of the City) continues to Hi offer the comforts of a home to transients and others. Adjoining the Main Ruilding are several New Cottages specially constructed for family use. Table unsurpassed. Terms $2.00 per day, $12.00 week! y. Special arrangements for monthly ngements for ru T. KROUSE, Prop boarders. 123 1350-v USE, Prop.. Honolulu, H. I. Steamer For Sale! " FRAJS-CIS CUTTING." AN AI90 TON STEAMER, schooner rig; nearly new and in first-class condition. Dimensions: Length 7 feet; breadth 22 feet; depth of hold 8 feet. Suitable for Passengers or Freight. Speed nine knots. For further information apply to T. W. IIOBRON. 60 Fort St., Honolulu. 120-3iu LOST, A PAIR OF GOLD-MOUNTED SPEC TACLES, somewhere a'ong King street irorn Alapai to Alakea street and up Alakea to Y. M. C. A. hall. Suita ble reward will be given for the return of the same to this office. M RS. H. 122-3t WANTED. FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKERS; GOOD pay ; only experienced hands need ap ply. Corner Fort an t Hotel streets (over Ehrlich's dry goods store. llt-lm NOTICE. DR. WOOD HAS REMOVED HIS OF fice and residence to the new building opposite the Hawaiian Hotel, on Beretania street. 120-2 w NOTICE. MR. JOHN M. DOWSETT IS AUTH orized from this date to sign our firm name per procuration. BISHOP & CO. Honolulu, Nov. 19, 1S90. 122-lw 1350-4t NOTICE. VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I will not be responsible for any bills unless contracted by me in person, or when 1 am absent from the Kingdom, by niv attorney in fact, J. Alfred Magoon. i22-lw 1350-3t W. MrCANDLESS. To Let or Lease! THE RESIDENCE OF MRS. Long, Pauoa. Apply to C. Booth, Pauoa. 121- A. lw WljSTTJED. THE CALIFORNIA MUTUAL IN demnitv Sorietv ravs from J8 to S15 weekly benefits for ac idents; 10per week tor sickness; dues f i permontn; no as sessments ; representatives wanted in every town and city: correspondence solicited; liberal inducements. Address the Secre tary, 850 Market street, San Francisco Cal. HS-lw NOTICE. pAPTAIN JOSEPH ANGUS OF THE British Barque Girvan will not be re sponsible for any debts contracted by his crew without his w.itten order. 122-3t DR. J. M. WHITNEY IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE to his ratrons and friends in Ho nolulu and elsewhere, that henceforth he will be assisted in his Dental Rooms by Dr. A. E. Nichols, graduate of St. Louis Dental College, and for several years a successful practitioner in Pasadena, Cal. Oflice hours as before, from 8:30 a. m. to 4 r, m. 102-lm m duttion Salts. BY J AS. r. MOKUAN ACCTI0X SALE OF Proffi at Pearl Gity By order of the OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO., I will sell at Public Auction at Pearl City, On Saturday, Nov. 29 AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M. A limited naiuber of those desirable Bull Lois et Pearl City. The Company have expended fW.OOO to procare au ample supply of pure mountain water, remultinc in the completion of two large Reservoirs with etorace of nearly 2,0U0,0UU gallons. From a distributing Reservoir with a capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an elevation of 100 feet above sea level, water has been laid along Lehaa Avenne to the Pearl City Depot in a 6-inch Cast Iron Pipe, from which water will be supplied by the Com pany at uovernment Kates. The Company will bind itself in the Deeds to carry purchasers and their fam ilies and servants by rail between Honolulu and Pearl City At 1 cent per Mile Second Class, AND 1 1-2 cents per Mile First Class, daring a Term of 9 years from the date of purchase. These special Rates of Fare will be trans ferable with the property during the term named in the Original Deed. Trains will always be run for reasonable accommoda tion of residents at Penrl City. Trains will reach Honolulu at t:45 and ft or 8:15 and 11:50 a.m., leave Honolulu for Pearl City and way Stations at 8:4f a. m. and 1:45 and 4 to 4:30 and 5:15 to 5:30 p. M. Subject, however to such changes as may be from time to time found necessary for the con venience of the publio or business interests of the Company. Evening Trains will also be run whenever there is a reasonable demand. BEAUTIFUL VIEW Those desiring lots where the most charm ing view can be had from the veranda of cottage or mansion, can obtaiu lots front ing on Lehua, Maile or Woodlawu Avenues; this is a most chaiming location for resi dences, as all agree who have taken the trouble to walk up Lohua Avenue above the Ewa Court House. Asa health resort, a better situation cannot be found. To as sist settlers, the following easy terms are offered : One-Third in Cash, ' One-Third in years, One-Third in 5 years with interest at 7 per cent. Thus making it possible for the most limited in means, to procure a fine healthy i residence: Distance is annihilated by rail way communication, so that people living at Pearl City will reaob Honolulu in less time than it takes to come from Waikiki by the ordinary means of travel, while the expense for a person will not be more than five cents per day greater than the present cost of travel to Waikiki by Tramway. Now is your time to procure HoKteai aafl Business Lois at PEARL CITY At Prices lower than they can ever be bought in the future. Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip ! If you do you will live to quote the "bind sight" sayings we so often hear from people who had a chanoo to buy the whole of Kolao kahua Plains for a song, but they didn't 1 A word to the wise is sufticiert. 53?" Maps of the Lots can be seen at the offices of the Pacific Hardware Co., Hawai ian News Co. and T. G. Thrum, and at my Salesroom, Honolulu, wheie all further in formation can be obtained. J. F. MORGAN, 1344-td 91-mws AUCTIONEER. MISS D. LAMB, Stenographer anil Type-writer, Office of J. A. Magoon, near the Postoffice. Merchant street, 103-3inv W. F. FREAR, A. ttorne yat-Law. Office over Bishop's Bank. 105-3mtf FRANCIS M. ENGLISH, B. A., (OXON), Is prepared to receive pupils in Classics, Mathematics and English Literature. Special prep aration for University and Competitive Examinations gf ' For terms, etc.. please apply No. 4 Garden Lane, behind British Club. 107-lm SUN NAM 109 Nuuanu Street, SING, Honolulu. Employment Agent, First-class Cooks a specialty. HS-3my 1 : New Model Lunch Rooms! BETHEL STKEET, (Next door to the Postoffice), NOW OPEN ! Give it a trial. S5-3m SUN NAM. SING, No. lOQ Nuvianxi Street. Begs to call the attention of the public to their large and well selected Stock of Japanese Goods, Suitable for this market, which will be sold at lowest prices. 4J-1 y 2Cciu Utocrtiscmrnto. ALL ABOARD" roK- Pearl City MEKT THE DEMAND OF e Public fr an opportunity JL th to visit Peakl City, the Oahu Rail way and Land Company have arranged to have an Omnibus meet each train from Honolulu at Pkaui. City Station everyday (Sundays excepted) from November loth to November 2Sth inclusive : during which time Special Tickets will be issued at Honolulu Station with coujwn attached to cover the bus fare, "at a cost of GO cents each, for the round trip, to and over Peakl City and return. Tho Company desire that all intending purchasers shall have an opportunity to see the Lots offered for sale, and that they may also see the provision made for an ample supply of pare mountain water. The bus pro vided will take people all over that part of Pearl City now laid out in streets. The distributing reservoir full of water contains about 700,000 gallons and is situated at an eleva tion of 100 feet above sea Ieve. The Company propose to make within a month or two another dis tributing reservoir about a half mile farther up, at an elevation of 190 teet above sea level, which will sup ply water for all Lots above the level of the present distributing reservoir. The situation of the Lots above the 100 feet elevation is fine, and the view of Pearl Harbor and tho surrounding country is most charming, but the Company want the Public to see for themselves, and therefore mako it possible for all to do so, at a trifling exjKsnse, and with the least possible physical effort 1 Remember, these who Buy at the First Sale will secure Lots at a Lower Price than they can be bought at any future time! B. F. DILLINGHAM, General Manager 0. 11. fc L. Co. 114-td NOTICE ! Purchasers of Lots at Pearl will Please Take Notice. City fllHE OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO. J- have made arrangements to deliver lumber and nil kinds of Building material at the Pearl City Station at the regular Honolulu prices. Those desiring to build at Pearl City up on iand sold bv the Company please call at Company's office for further particulars. 13. F. DILLINGHAM, 101-lm General Manager O. K. & L. Co. ff As an Investment, Pearl City Lot are the P.est in the Market. 10 TENDERS FOE CLUB BUILDING. TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED AT the office of A. Jaeger until Saturday, the 13th day of December, at 12 o'clock noon, for building and completing a new Club Building on the premises known as the British CI'. S. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of A. Jaeger, Kaahumanu street. The officers of the Club do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any bid. For the Managers, A. JAWU'.K. Honolulu, Nov. 12, 1890. 116-2w Bargains! - THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D., Beg to announce that in consequence of extensive repairs to their bu'.lding, they are Removing their Stock of Goods to tho Mc I jSTKRN Y BLOCK. gffT During removal, in order to save expense of handling, VW Their Entire Stock is Offered at Reduced Kates TO THE Persons requiring able opportunity. anything in 3STew Groods, Have lately been received and PACIFIC HARDWAEE CO., LU, Fort Street, Great Clearance Sale! GOO KIM & CO.'S 55) NUUANU ST., Commencing To-day ! For Two Weeks ! A FULL STOCK OF Dry and !Exiiey GroocLs TAILOR GOODS, Etc.. Etc., all of which will be sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES! 100-2MT jXrw Utorrtisfliitnta. California FEED CO., KKG'S STABLES, - . LELEO, (Near O, R. A U Co.'s Depot;, Have on Hand and For Sale, Kx Recent Arrivals: Wheat llav, Alfalfa Hay, Barley, Bran," Cracked Corn, Middlings, Oat Hay, Oats, Rolled Bar'ey, Corn, Wheat, O. C. Meal, 11 ice Straw, Cut I lay in Bags, AT REDUCED l'lUCKS ! "Goods delivered to anv iart of tLt city promptly. Warehouse Mutual Telephone No. 121. Office At C. T. Gulick', No. 38 Mer chant street. Office Telephones Mutual No. 139; Hell No. 134. 'A1-3inv Thanksgiving anil h Holidays HENRY DAVIS & CO. BKI.L UBKEYS For Thanksgiving, Xmas and New Years' DrpKHod nml Fro.en, And kept on leu one or two days prior to use, as customers niy desire, Wxthovt Extra Ciiakuk 1 The facilities for fattening and refriger ating which they possess, enable them to place on the tables of their patrons a bird which is really a delicacy and a treat. Call or order by telephone, 117-Cw H. F. WICHMAN WATCH & CUM! The followinp drew their Watches on Monday, November 17th: Club 1 Member No. JW. Clvb 2 Member No. 2(. Club 3 Member No. (J. Club 4 Member No. 1. Club 6 Member No. 57. SIXTH CLUB NOW FORMING! Parties living outside of Honolulu desiring to join one of the Clubs can make their payments by mail. OCThese watches are cased in solid 14 Karat Gold, with fine full Jeweled Wultham Movements, and are warranted to le ac curate Time Pieces. 11. F. WICHMAN, Prop. J. A. LUCKETT, Mahaher. 102-lm Removal GtJ Notice ! S. MACAULEY, Pianoforte Tuner and Repairer Has Removed to 196 Fort Street, The Residence formerly occupied by Dr. Emerson. Orders can be left at H. H. William's Cabinet Warehouse, 115 Fort street; Ha waiian News Co.'s Music Store, or at my residence. 11KJ Fort street. 'All orders promptly attended to. 117-lm R EAD THE DAILY ADVERTISER i if von want th lt.At ,(. : - Bargains! -:o: TItA.DK. their line will find this a ejecially favor- New Goods fresh invoices are on the way. Honolulu. ll-td AT- V2