0A1IU RAILWAY k LAM) CO.'S
TO TAKE EFFECT OCT. 23, 18'.0.
T It A I X H
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave II onolul u. ..: I .V K:4. 1:1.1 l:30f
Irrlve IIonoullull.7:'40 9:11 2:19 5:35t
I.eav Honoulluli.7::JO 10:51 3:51 5:15?
Arrive Honol ul u..X:35 11:55 4:55 0:5Ot
t Saturdays only. 53-1 1
PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I.
A K1CI VA lH.
Tuesday, Nov. 2-.
Ilk Columbia, Goodman, 21 days from
1 ort I.lakely.
I K I' A I1TI.: It KV
Tl'KhPA Y, NOV. '2.r.
Stmr Mikah;ila, f'amtilx-ll. for Kauai.
Stmr Waiak-ak'.t'haiiey , for Kilaut-a and
.Stmr Claudine for ports m Maui.
U.S. F. ri. Charleston, Kemey, for San
VKSSKI.S I. K A V 1 N ti TO-DAY.
Stmr Ka.tla. 1 1 airland, for Kauai.
Stmr Lik'like. lJavie.-t. for I'aauhau and
From Maui and Hawaii ner tmr Clau-dint-,
Nov iV-11 A IluiV. C L Hull', J Ma
kacna and wife. I)r C H Wetmore, Andrew
Moore, F M Hatch, Mr Justice S B Hole,
I j A Men. Mrs J IU11, J I Trtoan, J N
Mackenzie, M K Freitas, K Uadurand wife,
C Wilcox, Mrs K .'liiniulariia and child, C
HMakee, F Onrney, J Hok. Hon FH
llayselden, Kom Sing, and 73 deck.
From Port P.lakely, er !k Columbia,
Nov W Howath, and Mr Lumbard.
The hark Columbia, ('apt. Goodman,
21 duvs from Port Itlakely arrived Nov
ember 2."th with Tiio.fXW feet of lumber
consigned to Allen t Uobinson. She re
ports fair weather.
The steamer Claudine brought from Ha
waii and Mani November 2.th, 225 bags
potatoes. 111 pkgs. hides, 120 sheep, 25
hogs, I horse, 13 crates fowls, 1 roller and
piuiuli, and 125 pkg-j. sundries.
SCOTT At Wainaku, Hilo. Hawaii, Nov.
18th, to the wife of John A Scott, a
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
To-morrow will bo Thanksgiving
Tho Kinau loaves on Lor usual
route on Friday.
Have you ordered your turkey?
l'eruso our advertising columns.
The brig W. G. Irwin will prob
ably get away to tho Coast on Satur
day. Californias vs. Honolulus at 3:15
p. m. to-morrow. Secure soason seats
Mr. Jas. "NV. llobertson will act as
Chamberlain during tho absence of
Col. G. W. Macfarlano.
The Claudine brought down a
broken roller from Kohala to be re
paired at the Honolulu Iron "Works.
Kerosene oil is now being sold at
4 a case in Honolulu. At that rate
there will probably be a run on
There will be a football match to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at tho
Makiki grounds between tho 1'ana
hou's and a town team.
At 10 o'clock this morning Mr.
Jas. F. Morgan will sell the house
hold furniture at the residence of
Mr. II. Laing, Bethel street.
You might just as well set a hen
on China eggs and expect to hatch a
brood of chickens as to do successful
business without advertising."
At 11 o'clock this morning hero
will b a meeting of the Directors of
the Kapiolani Park Association at
the oiliee of Win. G. Irwin & Co.
In the Police Court yesterday
three drunks were fined tho usual
amount, and the defoudant in a case
of assault and battery was dis
charged. Her Royal Highness the Princess
Liliuokalani has been appointed
regent during His Majesty's absence
as'will be seen from our By Author
Chief Steward Lucas of the Ha
waiian Hotel is preparing an excel
lent bill of fare for Thanksgiving
dinner Thursday night. Further par
ticulars will bo given in to-morrow's
H. B. M. S. Nymphe, Corniiriudor
Charles T. Turner, will leave port
this morning at S o'clock for the pur
pose of conveying Major Wodehouse,
H. B. M.'s Commissioner, to the
Leper Settlement at Molokai.
Those persons who are looking for
a suitable Christmas present to send
away to friends should inspect an
oil painting of the Volcano by Jules
Taveruier, which is hauging in Mr.
A. J. Cartwright's cilice. It is for
sale, and a perfect littio gem, one of
A meeting of the Board of Trus
tees of the Honolulu Sailors' Homo
Society will bo held at the room of
the Chamber of Commerce at 11
o'clock this morning, to consider
building plans and matters connect
ed with the construction of a new
" Sailors' Home." A full attendance
Don't forget the Sale of Kes'mVnce
and iiuilding Lots at Pearl City on Nov.
THE KING'S DEPARTURE.
The r lagclilp Charlrnton for
Fraiirmrii Willi HU Majrtjr n
His M.ijosty the King loarded the
U. S. Flagship Charhton punctu
ally at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon
amid tLe booming of caunon, and a
few minutes later the magniticen
war vessel glided out of the harbor
en route to San i rancisco.
His Map'stv bid farewell to the
Queen and other members of the
Royal family at the Palace, and en
tering the state carriage attended by
Hon. J. O. Dominis, A. S. Cleghorn
and H. M.'s Chamberlain, Col. G.
Macfarlane, with the staff officers on
horseback, was driven to the whar
at the foot of Fort street.
Among those on the wharf to say
good-bve to the King were: Their
Excellencies J. A. Cummins, Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs, Godfrey
Brown, Minister of rinanco am:
Chas. N. Spencer, Minister of In
t-rior; Mr. Justice McCully, Mr
Justice Bickerton,Senhor Canavarro
Portuguese Commissioner, Mons
d'Anglade, French Commissioner
Mr. T. Masaki, Japanese Consul
Moris. Vizzavona, French Chancellor,
Hons. S. M. Damon, J. S. Walker,
W. II. Cornwall, Sam'l Parker, Paul
Neumann, E. C. Macfarlane, J. E
Bash, Messrs. J. H. Paty, F. A
Schaefer, F. W. Macfarlane, J. 3!
Monsarrat, Marshal Hopkins and t'.
Y . Robertson, H. M. s Vice Chum
A barge was in waiting in charg
of Lif ut. Dyer of the Admiral's st all
into which the King stepped, amid
cheers from tho crowd. As the barg
left the wharf, the band on th
steamer J. A. Cummins struck ur
with Hawaii Ponoi, the yards wen-
manned on the U. S. S. Mohican an!
II. M. S. Nymphe and royal Halnte.
were lired from the Charleston, the
Mohican and the shore battery.
His Majesty was received ou board
by Admiral Brown and His Ex.Joul
L. Stevens, U. S. Minister Plenipo
tontiary. Tho royal standard was
hoisted and tho Charleston band
played tho Hawaiian national an
them. It was a gay eight in the bar
bor, all tho merchant vessels being-
dressed in bunting, and immenst
numbers of people lirJed the wharfs.
hile tho Charleston baud played
44 The Girl I Left Behind M s" tht
Nymphe drum and fife band " Auld
Lung Syne," and our own band
44 Glory Hallelujah," while tho Mo
hican crew climbed the rigging and
gave cueers, ana several vessels
dipped their llags.and amid the wav
ing of handkerchiefs the lligship
with its royal guost on board gave a
last farewell by blowing her pyren.,
and glided gracefully out of the har
bor, accompanied as far as the bell
buoy by the steamer J. A. Cummins.
If there is one thing dear to all
our hearts it is the minstrel enter
tainments given by our local boy&.
They have boon engaged for eome
time in preparing a strong pro
gramme and will present it for the
public next Saturday evening at the
Hawaiian Opera House.
Tho afterpiece will relate to some
of our local affairs and is decidedly
funny. The singers in the first part
will have something in the way of
pretty ballads, the end meu after
much work have succeeded in getting
some good gags and funny stories.
The full programme will be an
nounced to-morrow. The sale of re
served seats will commence Thurs
day at I) a. m. at Williams' photo
The Itobiiifton Mock.
Following are the bids opened
yesterday for the new llobinson
Block to be erected on Hotel street:
(leo. Lucas $19,350
Harrison Pros 19,427
Kedwanl& Howell 20,705
i. W. Lincoln 21,250
K. 1?. Thomas 22,000
H. F. IVrtelman 22.99S
lVtor Hi-h 20,430
The tender of Mr. Goo. Lucas has
been accepted. There was only 77
difference between his bid and that
of Harrison Bros., which is pretty
SF" Pearl City Lots arc offered, on the
most favorable terms known. 108
On the Diamond.
Everything is in good shape for
the baseball game to-morrow. The
Honolulus and the visitors have
been hard at practice, and both nines
will be in excellent shape.
The local nine are in deep earnest
and will do their very best to win
The game will be hotly contested
on both sides so we can look for an
Gardner Wilder will have a gang
of men workiug all day rolling tha
ground and arranging the diamond.
Game 'ill be cailed at 3:15 o'clock.
At. St. Andrew's Cathedral to-morrow
morning at 11 o'clock the Second
Congregation will hold a thanksgiv
ing service. The choir will render
tho following music: Tallis' respons
es, " Te Deum," Dykes in F; ' Jubi
late," Taylor in F; anthem, "Ye
Shall Dwell in the Laud," Stainer;
hvuins, " We Plough the Fialds and
Scatter," and Now Thank We all."
Tho Kev. Alex. Mackintosh will
preach an appropriate sermon.
The llealani Boat Club will have
a gn.nd moonlight excursion to Es
mond Gf'ruve, Friday night There
will be dancing in the pavilion, and
refreshments will be served. It pro
mises to be a very pleasant and suc
cessful affair. Tickets are tixed at
$1.50, which includes the round trip
and refreshments. Thev can be ob
tained of anv of the members. Uere
is a chance to have a nice outicg-
SUPREME COURT AT CHAMBERS.
Tuesday, Nov. 25.
BEFORE M'CTLLY, 3.
In re bankruptcy of Manuel K.
Jardin. On petition of C. L. Btito,
a creditor, the Court adjudge- M. K.
Jardin a bankrupt. J. M. David-on
for petitioning creditor.
BEIOltE IK3LE, J.
In probate, estate of Parker X.
Makee. Probate of will. '1 ' -irt
admits the will to probate,and order
that letters testamentary is.-ue to E.
D. Teoney,and letters of administra
tion with will annexed to W. O.
Smith. F. M. Hatch for petitioners.
STKCIAL KfSISKSS ITKMS.
T .. . .... , . , .
iii.k.v,VI.m, 1FAY .MINtK
Piks of extra fine ijuality. Free
delivery. Lave vour or.l.T-.
early at The Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
Per Zealandia in our Pvfrie
rator on ice Kre-h . rapes.
Pears, Apples, Frozen Oyters
in Shell and Tins; Celery, Cauliflower, and
Frozen Turkeys, etc., for Thanksgiving.
125-3t California Fruit Markkt.
THOMPSON. COUNSELOR. ETC.
(and Author of a Digest of Hawaiian
Supreme Court Decisions in preparation.
and Author of a Purest of the Laws of the
L'i-trict of Columbia, and Treatises on
Com 'lion Ltw and Equity), will give writ
t-Mi mistuvM to questions of law and facts
ubruitted to him orally or in writing, and
the law aii'l auth rities applicable to the
fact stated, mid also indicate the court.e
by which satisfaction, if possible, maybe
out lined without resort to law, and aho
indie ite the pr ib able result of legal pro
c e lings if res rted to. And will prepare
wills, dee Is, m Ttgages, leases and other
Sf" 0;llce corner Pethel and King
streets, (second storv). Honolulu, II. I.
l S. F. S. Ch arleston. )
llONOLl lu, II. I, Oct. 13, lfiKU
During our .stay in this port, Mr. F.
Horn has Mipplied us with bread, cake
and ices, nnd I, most cheerfully commend
him to all naval messes for the excellence
of quality of articles furnished, and mod
erate charges, as well as promptness and
I am pleased to give this testimony in
favor of Mr. Horn who has served me on
many previous visits to Honolulu in the
i&me satisfactory manner.
123-lw Medical Inspector, IF. ts. N.
Great Land Sale
Saturday, Nov. 29tli
" All Aboard for Pearl City !"
WILL LEAVE THE HONOLULU
Station for Pearl City, on Saturday,
Nov. 29th, at 8:-b; 9:4V, 10:45;
11 :45 a. m., and 12 :43 ; 1 :45 v. m.
RETURNING WILL LEAVE TEARL
CITY in time to accommodate those
who want to see the Ball game and
other trains will follow to suit the
requirements of the people after the
sale is over.
jTogive everybody a chance to make
a final inspection of the very desirable Pro
perty to be sold on that day, Husses will
meet every tram at Pearl City fetation for f
i. x.j :. r i i F
sire to see more of the town site.
iiic atcuiiniiuuniiuu ui I'iisscnirra uu lit-
V Lunch will be served at the Pavilion
by the Proprietor of the Hamilton House,
at 1 o'clock r. m.
The Sale will Commence at 2 o'clock P II
tF"On the day of sale special tickets
for the .-ound trip will be issued with lunch
coupons attached for the sum of $1.
Those who prefer to carry their
lunch or make other arrangements can
buy tickets for the round trip at the regu
lar excursion rates (50 cents).
The price of the tickets w ill be re
funded to each purchaser of land, at the
time of settlement.
special Train will leave Pearl
Citv at 2:S i o'clock p. m., arriving in llo-
notulu in time for the Maseball motch.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
General Manager O. R. fe L. Co.
VOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I Pakali or Pokali Naahalama of Wai
alua, Oahu. do hereby revoke, cancel and
annul all instruments of every kind and
nature that may have been before this
time given by me to Kepe Miliama, H. N.
Rahulu or any other person, authorizing
him or them to act for me in any capacity
whatsoever, and tht all acts by him or
tnem in mv nune will be absolutely void.
(Sd) " PAKA1.I NAAHALAMA.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 2T. isyo.
1 27-lw 13ol-4t
"Notice of Sale of Goods Distrained
VOTICE la HEREBY GIVEN THAT
A after the expiration of lif teen days
from this date, to wit: on the 2Sth day of
November. l(io, at 10 o'clock a. m., I will
sell at public auction, at the salesroom of
Jas. F. Morgan, in Honolulu, the goods
and chattels of ehimamura and Mori dis
trained by me for rent, described as fol
lows: Five chairs, table, stool, lot books,
coun'er, 2 trunks and contenis, clock,
co king utensils, lamp, gtas ware, table,
mosquito net, shovel and sundries.
115 td FA 1 KEE.
DR. WOOD HAS REMOVED HIS OF
tice and residence to the new building
i opposite the Hawaiian Hotel, on IJrretania
II Ton want "THE TOWER YOU DO NOT HAVE TO CLIMB ANH
TH5xxWISS;SIH'T RUNS WHEN AIXOTHEllS STlS
TOE EVER LASTTNQ STEEL AERMOTOR give u. a call or drop,
postal card and we will .end copiously illustrated printed matter ahowlns
every phase of wind-mill work and contraction, in cl a dine the eeaxed
outfit on barn., whica, doe tho work of four horses for the price of on
as an AP.n-vial catcher, com pare this Tlltlnff
Tower and it3 Aer.notor wi Ji an onlinary Ulndnii.l
and you will had that It presents but a tithe of the wtnl
suriace to the crasp of the sjorm that the other does.
" n Affe of teeL The A ER MOTOR Is S
Steel Aheel. It has cold rolled Steel Sails
Steel Hands. Sieel Arms and a Malleaulo
Iron flab. Even the Bolts are cold rressed and
of superior quality. V,"3 are 6endinr out the 8-ft.
AermoUir, gniarar.Uinq; It to do more work than any
10-ft. woodfu whovl made, and the li ft, pumping and
Hared Aermntors Buaranting thim to do more
rk than any 10-ft. wtnjd;-n whol made, leavhifr the
piirchaaer to bo judse, arid have never had occasion
to regret having ehmIo this seemingly extravagant
We are the only makers of a Tilting Tower that
never has to be climbed. Our Tilting Tower brings tho
wheel down lor oiling. A child can lower It. Itjaves
human lives and doubles the life of the wheel.
I U ST firDM ATA O fr cr'.'fn- 11 s:ulaes all right, runs better In light
I rl Cm nCrllVlw I Jt VW.. wtnd tnan an mi" I hw seen, and hsndleethe pump
smoothly ard satLsfarVirily. U KJ ). A. liAYMOXIX
Sax fRANtmo, ca . Teb. 28, 18a0.
J&- FOU SALE BY THE
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Dim k :
On Draught on the Soda Fountain of
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Exclusive Agts.
yon rrnrc iivwviivrr islands.
A Fine Stock at Reduced Prices.
Hawaiian Carriage M'l'g Co.,
No. 70, Queen Street.
EG-AN & GUNN
King SI . near Fort,
(Next to II. E. Mclntyre's)
Having Removed Temporarily, will
Open on MONDAY, Nov. 24th,
"WitU a Choice Line of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods
Hats - Caps - Etc.
fy-NEW (JOODS Just Received in all
Departments ex ba;k W. It. Godfrey and
S. S. Australia. 1 1 s-'vv
Y VIRTUE OF A WKIT OV EXE
pd out of the Police Court.
on the dav of . 1 , afrainst Mrs. Eva
Johnson defendant, in favor of Pacific
Hardware Co. plaintiff, for the sum of
lHi. I have levied upon and shall ex
pose for sale at Morgan's auction room in
the District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu.
at 12 o'clock of TUESDAY, the 23J day of
December. A. D. ltf to the highest bid
der, ad the right, title and interest of the
said Mrs. Eva Johnson defendant, in an.l
to the follow ing property, unless said judg
ment, interest, costs and my expenses be
List of propertv for sale: One large Oil
Painting of ahoy; one large Oil Painting
of Nvmph of the Wave.
C. L. HOPKINS. Marshal.
Honolulu. Nov. 24. 10. 12i-lm
New Model Limcli Rooms!
(Next door to the Postoffice),
sOW OPKN !
(iive it a trial. K5-3m
Five Jioom Cottage To Let.
A DESIRABLE COTTAGE ON
Kinau street (mskai of residence
of Mr. CJ. E. Hoardman) with
-r'"" r right of way to cars on Beretauia
street. Premises in first-class condition.
CSy For particulars apply to .1. Eth
well at General Post Oiliee. 123-tO
For Irrigatlou, 8 Compared with 18.
The Rft. Aprnxt.-r ya -wnt nw Ut yr tu rtvm
f"5 U.vJcU.-a ami bxs d,, rT,,rt Ua you clmiS
It miM da 1 UacJMM a ia. un rump to ltiaaTw
to Lrg- p-swp itt so ion r. iS.la.. lad da
l S s tut ixuil Tt-y baa aa on uJnTr
Irwu a tub sad ujp, dil n think ltwi$
cnh to pump fn.m a d,p Zr?L &Vbiv
tltl furr7(Urh p 1Ul lt- Aerator
8 Creator than 14.
Thofvft Aprmr t tiklnif wtr oat of a 118-ft.
using 3 in- eyllndpr and ltrtn. rP. It works
like a otoarm. Th lJ-fu Aennotors ai Ukln WMrr.
one from -jK-rt.thM.thpr from a l4-avell sad work
finely ; win run la a llctit brww and pump watr
whnal4-ft. suadaldie. A. C MASY.
&AN MltK KL, CAL.
Same Work, Same WelU, 8 Equals 12.
1 am pntlrely saUsflwl with the 8-ft. Amnncor. sa
ltla)lr,if thsani work the l ft. u doing and
botti with same advantages aad uune depth of weua.
ONSO.NTA, CaL. Nuv. 6, H. H. UAiLilOMi.
I pump wator f.r atout ino head of rattle wtth my
8-ft wheeL It runa lighter than any miu I erer aaw.
rejnilatws well and fflves no Jexk to the pump.
Duox,Cal.,l-t).15,lsy0. & G. LITTLE,
l ess ATI ml. More Water,
With the Aermotor there Is ataoluteljr no Jerking of
the pump. It runs with much lesa wind than lD-ft.
wheels of other makes, and hence will pump more
water. JAS. X. IlAULtY.
OLO, Cal.. Feb. IS, lsX
Supplies Ilouse and Garden.
Mr Aermrttnr minnllaa vtoi fn ih. v.
HONOLULU, II I.
GU ARAN A !
A Nerve, Brain and Stomach Tonic;
Relieves Fatigue, Quenches Thirst;
Gives Appetite, Cures Headache.
KING'S STABLES, - - LELEO,
(Near 0, 11. & L. Co.'s Depot),
Have on Hand and For Sale,
Ex llecent Arrivals:
Wheat I lav,
O. C. Meal.
Cut Hay in Bags, Kice Straw,
AT REDUCED TRICES !
SSP-Gools delivered to any part cf the
Warehouse Mutual Telephone No. 121.
Office At 0. T. (Julick's, No. 33 Mer
Ottice Telephones Mutual No. 139; Bell
No. 31S. 134.-) i)3-3my
To Arrive by the 18th:
.)8 Head Tine four-year-old MULES.
S Head Fine Family Driving HORSES.
S Head very Choice Milch Cows, to
Calve within from. L' to 6 weeks.
Also To Akuivk ij y Dec. 1st.
24 Hea l Broken MULES, from 4 to 6
years old ;
All of the alwe will be SOLD CHEAP!
-App!y to J. N. WRIGHT,
Little Britan, King St., Honolulu.
P. O. Box 450.
1 343-4 1 119-2w
lianksiivinff and llw Holidays
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
' 1 1 L J I v 1 h ; Y rt
For Thanksgiving, Xmaa and New Years'
Diesft'd and Frozen,
And kept n Ice ne or two days prior to
uc, bs cu.-t'niiers ninv desire. Without
E.TKA ( HAK'iE !
The facilities for fatte'dng aiid refriger
ating wtii -h tht-y pnscs. enables them to
place on the t ile tt" their patrons a bird
which is really a delicacy and a treat.
jjy-Ca'.l or order by telephone, 117-w
DR. J. M. WHITNEY
IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
3rr5? to ins patrons and friends in Ho
nolulu and elsewhere, that henceforth he
will be assisted in his Dental Rooms by
Dk. A. E. Nichols, graduate f St. Louis
Dental d.llece. and for several years a
Mic'f sful practitioner in Pa-adena, Cal.
p-Ori"ice hours as before, from S:30
Grreat 1 eduction in Price !
JtfiT" Un.'.cr instructions from tho Bt n vcu Pkoiuiino and M a N" r f a ctv kin u
Company, Stockton. Cil., wo will sell HUHACII
In Cans at One-half Price!
Until tho present Stocks are exhausted.
Benson, Smitli & Co.,
SOLE AOENTS FOR THE CENUINK. BUHACH.
HOLLlSTEJi & CO,
IMPOli'l'KKS Vrr UKVIKltH IX
Drugs and Medicines
AMERICAN ami HAVANA CIGARS,
Cigarettes and Tobaccos.
The Host Complete Stock ot Photographic Supplies
On the Islands.
AGKNCY FOR THE KODAK.
Dark ltoom at Disposal of Amateur.
AEEATED WATERS 1
Comprising all tho Popular Carbonated Beverages of the Day.
IIOLLISTEtt & CO.. - - - 101) Fort Street
HONOLULU, II. I.
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'l).,
Beg to announce that in consequence of extensive repairs to their Imihlinp,
they are Eemoving their Stock of Goods to the
gjL During removal, in order to save exjense of handling, XM
Their Entire Stock is Olierci at Reduced Rates
TO TIIK THADK.
Tersons requiring anjrthing in their line will find this a pjecially favor
3STew Goods, ISTew Goods
Have lately been received and fresh invoices aro on the way.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
"PENNSYLVANIA" and NEW EASY I AWN MOWEKS,
"WM. Gr. FISCT-IlilR'S
Famous Grand Active and Gol
den Anvil Wrought
Cookiii? taes !
OF VII SIZES,
With Boiler an.l Hot Water
Attachment ii ilrsireJ.
Consuming one-third les? fuel,
either wjj1 or coal, than any
other Stove in existence.
No lirick work aVxxif it !
f& J iift a Clean Cut Stove!
Whose Ilakint; qualities are tJZ
FOU SALE BY THE
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opp. Spreckels' Bank,
a Full Line of
Fort Street, Honolulu,
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