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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 23, 1891.
Ba Sltttljoritn. THE ADVERTISER CALESDAR. HO, FOR THE ISLANDS. Ncm 3i5rcrtiifiiif!its. Murium Salts. 3Trn) ctrtiscmrnts. IIP OrricK of the" Hoard or Health. Hosoxtxc, June 19, 1S91. f Sealed Tenders will be received at this Office until noon, TUESDAY, June 30, 1391. for supplying the Board with the fol lowing Baiiding Material and Provisions for n at the Leper Settlement, Molokai, until the first day of Janaary , 1892: BCItDCfQ MATEKIAL. Rough Nor'west lumber up to 35.000 feet. Tongued and grooved N. W. up to 25,000 feet. Redwood shingles up to 160,000. Redwood, surfaced, up to 3000 feet. Redwood battens, 1Xx3, up to 400 feet. Redwood fence posts up to 1000. Doom 2x6x6, each. Sashes 10x12 and 10x14 each. Iron cut naila up to 50 keg3 (lOd basis). Boiled oil up to 150 gallons. Turpentine up t 50 gallons. White lead up to 3000 lbs. Cement up to 50 bbla. Lime up to lOObbls. Galr. iron pipe, . . l, per foot. OBOCXXIC8 ASD PR0YI9I05S. Rice No. 1 up to 400 sacks. Cal. medium bread up to 600 cases. Best quality flour, sacks, up to 1000 tacks. Sugar. No. 1 raw, up to 140 bags. Salmon, best red, up to 90 bbls. Soap, 2 lb. bare, up to 200 boxes (100 lb boxes). Matches, card, up to 250 gross. Salt, coarse, up to 500 bags. Kerosene oil up fj 1000 gallons. Bids may be made for all or anv of the above, to be delivered as ordered by the Agents of the Board, f. o. b. island steamers. All bids must be plainly endorsed lenders for Molokat Leper Settlement Supplies." The Board of Health does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid. DAVID DAYTON, 2795-3. President Board of Health. Orric of the Board or Health.) Hosolvlv, June 19, 1891. f . Sealed tenders will be received at this office until MONDAY, July 6, 1891, at 12 o'clock noon, for the delivery on the beach at Kalaupapa, or Kalawao, or at the Leper settlement, Molokai, IQ good order and condition an average of 90 bead of Fat iJeef Cattle per month, for the use of the Board of Health from July 15, 189J. to De cember 31, 1891. The tender should be for the price per pound dressed. The hides and tallow to be the property oi the Board. All bids must be plainly endorsed " Ten ders for the supply of t'eef for Molokai Leper Settlement." The Board of Health does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid. By order of the Board. DAVID DAYTON, President Board of Health. 2795-31 Honolulu Tax Assessor' a Ohlce. From and ater July 1. 1891, the under signed. Deputy Assessor and Collector of Oahu, will be in his office in the Kapuaiwa Building on each day ot the week (Sundays excepted), from 9 o'clock until 4 o'clock (excepting Saturdays, when the office will be closed at 12 o'clock noon) for the pur pose of receiving the returns of all persons liable to taxation in this district. All returns must be made to the under signed not later than July 31, 1891, or no appeals can by law be granted. Special attention is herewith drawn by the undersigned to the fact that no return is valid in law unless sworn to before the Assessor, Deputy Assessor, Notary Public, or some other person authorized to ad minister oaths. Blank forms on which to make returns can be had daily during the months of June and July on application at the office of the undersigned. T. A. LLOYD. Deputy Assessor and Collector of Taxes for District of Kona, Island of Oahu. Approved : , H. A. WiDiMAjcjr, Minister of Finance. 2791-2w Depabtmest of Fbasci. 1 Hokolclu, H. I., June 4, 1891.J Notice is hereby given to Depositors in the Postal Savings Bank that on and after July 1, 1891, the following rates of interest will be established: Percent. On Deposits not exceeding $500 A On Deposits above $500 to $2000 4 On Deposits exceeding $2000 3J Under the Act approved August 6, 1890, Depositors can transfer their deposits not exceeding $2500 to the Treasury, receiving in place of Postal Savings Pass Books. Government Bonds, bearing interest at Five per cent., payable in not less than Five or more than ten years from date ol issue. The Bonds are free from all Gov ernment Taxes, and the interest payable semi annually. H. A. WIDEMANN, 2782-22t Minister of Finance. NOTlCb;. ALL FORMER PUPILS OF OAHU College who sing a;e earnestly re quested to meet at the Kawaiahao Church Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock for an important rehearsal of music to be sung at the Jubilee exercises Thursday even ing. Prof . Berger will be present with the String Orchestra. Come one, come all I Per order of the Mnsic Committee A. D. BISSELL, 2797-2t Chairman. NOTICE. 4 MEETING OF THE BOARD OF -t- Directors of the Hawaiian Rifle Asso ciation will be beld at the Hawaiian Hotel on WEDNESDAY, June 24th, at 7:30 p x., for the purpose of arranging a programme for the Semi-annual rVimratit;r w place on J aly 4th next. Every member of ' the Hoard in inMi H tn K. . i By order. J. H. SOPER, J. Rothweli, President. Secretary pro tem. 2797-2t My Advertiser 50c per month. Jane, 1881. 9n. Ho. Tn. W. Tb. fr. 9. if Jaee i.Xw Moon. 1 2 3 4 8 6 -" -j J nee 1 4. 7 8 I 10 II K 11 U gu'n'r. It 1$ 18 17 18 t 20 C Jam 21. ' WPnl. Moon. 31 ) 22 23 3 ii 26 37 1 , ,rr June M. jA I 29 30 I vii- X-t Qu'rt'r. THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER Be Jw. nd fear not; Let all the end thoa sim'et at be Thy Country, thy God's, and Truth'. TUESDAY, JUNE 23. 1891. E0DSTIES IN THE CHITED STATES. A special despatch to the San Fran cUca Chronicle, dated Washington, June 7th, states that within a year from July 1st, the Treasury Department will pay to sugar growers of the States between $12,000,000 and $15,000,000 as a bounty for raising sugar. Over $1,000,000 of this will probably be taken by the farmers of the New England States, New York, Ohio, Illinois and the North Western States for the production of maple sugar. Considerable sums will also be paid as bounty on sugars pro duced from beet and sorghum cane. The above estimate of the amount payable for bounties in 1892, may, however, be too large, as the entire product of Amer ican grown sugar in 1890 waa less than 200,000 tons, the bounty on which amount would be but eight millions of dollars. A whole army of inspectors and opera tors will have to be instructed in the use of the polariscope and its adjuncts. Producers who can have their sagar cer tilled as 90 degrees by polariscope will receive two cents a pound, and those whose sugar proves less than 90 degrees and not less than 80 degrees will get three-quarters of a cent per pound. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is preparing licenses to be issued and the form of bonds, and already applications for licenses are pouring In upon the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. The immediate consequences of this unnatural stimulus to any industry will be to cause an expansion of sugar manu facture, thousands of acres will be de voted to beet growing, and if the new producers created by the bounty are moderately successful, the bounty each year will exceed the last, till the limit of consumption be reached. The question for ns is what is to be came of the sugar growing in Hawaii? Bound hand and foot by a reciprocity treaty no longer reciprocal, but which actually discriminates against us by pay ing out public money to our hitherto customers to become our rival producers, it seems scarcely consonant with ordin ary ideas of equity that one party to a treaty can transpose to its own benefit that portion of the agreement which was intended and did effect benefit to the other party, while that other is simply, helplessly, so much the worse off. The only remedy for this unfortunate situation is a new treaty, securing full reciprocity between Hawaii and the United States, not excepting wool and refined sugars. Closing Exercises at Kame hameha. Yesterday forenoon recitations by the three lower grades were held at the Gymnasium from 9 till 12 a m. The subjects treated were geography, map- drawing, arithmetic, equations and oral analysis, letter-writing, sight-reading, popular science, etc. After the recita tions, the visitors were shown into one of the class-rooms where a great variety of samples of work done in the work-shops was on exniDition. ine iron work and joinery will bear cloae scrutiny, and testifies to thoroughness and skill in these branches. The architectural and mechanical drawing is specially fine. The freehand drawing by the youngest pupils attracted a large share of the at- lention oi visitors. This morning the three upper grades will recite from 9 till 12 o'clock. Visitors can view the exhibit of handicraft after the recitations. The Bishop Museum will also be open after me close oi ine exercises, ibis afternoon at 3 o'clock the closing exercises of the rreparatory scnooi will be held. In the evening at 7 :30 o'clock, the graduating exercises of the class of '91 will be held at Kawaiahao Church. All are cordially invited to these exercises. The Halcyons Opium. The report reached here from the au thorites at Seattle yesterday that the opium smuggler Halcyon had managed to drop a considerable quantity of her opium somewhere in the vicinity of Men docino. It is stated that for several days a small sloop was seen keeping company with the Halcyon off Victoria. Goods of some kind were transferred to the sloop, which then set sail in a southerly direc tion. d. F. Chron., June 4. A INVESTMENT! To be sold by private contract, a 1:1 111 I! Well-Furnished and Fully Equipped LODGING HOUSE ! ' The house is in nerfect order- cenirally located. CASH DOWN ONLY For particulars, apply to 8. E. PIERCE. Corner Fort and Merchant sts. 2797-lw GOOD School Harms and Other San Joseans to Make the Voyage. To those who wish to enjoy a delight ful voyage on sea and the viewing of some of the most delightful scenery in the world there can be no better way of gratifying the desire than taking a trip to the Hawaiian Islands. Quite a number of San Jeseans, in cluding several school marm, have ex pressed themselves as desirous of mak ing a trip. thith-r this month. The next steamer 10 leav is the Australia which sails from tb F-lsom street wharf at 2 o'clock o'i the afternoon of June 16th and th Zealandia will follow on June 30th. These vessels' are two of the best in service on the Pacific Ocean. They are fast and contain every arrangement possible for the comfort and conveni ence o' the pasengr.. The inducements now beinz eff.-red to persons desirons of visiting the Paradise j of the Pacific should be taken advantage of. The trip is one full of pleasure and every moment spent on the islands in full of interest. S. J. Mercury. To those who need a pleasant Tonic for any kind of debility, we can recom mend Clements' as the best. For sale by Hollistkb & Co. FOR RENT! COMPLETELY FURNISHED PARLOR and 2 Bedrooms; stable on premises; suitable for married or single person ; on Young street near Thomas Square. Rent $20 per month. Apply at the Advertiser Office, afternoon. 2397-lt LOST ! DRAFT NO. 10, DRAWN BY M. W. ilcChesney & bona on Bi-hop & Co., dated December 2, 1890. in favor of Tom Yow, for $65.75, has been lost. All per sons are cautioned against negotiating for same, as payment has been stopped. M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS. June 22, 1891. 2797-tf International Rifle Association. fTIHE ABOVE ASSOCIATION HOLDS us regular weekly meeting THId TUESDAY EVENING at 7:30 sham Special business; all are invited. Corner Beihel and Hotel streets. Per order. A. COYNE. 2797-13t Secretary. EVENING CLASSES FOR LADIES! A MEETING WILL BE HELD TO consider the advisability of establish ing Evenine Classes for I.ftriip. V. f c. A. Hall, TUESDAY, June 23, 1891, at 9:30 o ci ck P. M. 2791-41 JAPANESE Orange Trees & Plants -A.T AUCTION. On Wedaesday, June 24th A.t 12 o'clock; Noon, 1 will sell at Public Atict n, at my Sales rooms, a number of Japanese Dwarf and Orange Trees Sweet Mandarin Oranges, FERN HOLDERS In fantastic shapes. such as Ships, Houses, Ducks, etc., with Ferns growing on them. Also a'few Ferns, Bergonias, Palms and Anthurinms.' Lewis J. Levey. 279P-3t AUCTIONEER. ROY At HAWAIIAN Opera house JUNE 27t!i, 1891. flOLANTHE;" 1. OR, The Peer and the Peri, Te of Gilbert & Sullivan's Charming Operas will be prodaced by the Honolulu Juvenile Opera Company Erne8Tiss Gray - Lessee k Manager Thos. Gray - - - Stage Makageb H. Birgeb Leader I CAST OF CHAPACTERS: The Lord Chancellor. ..Mast. Lionel Hart Earl of Mount-Ararat. Mast. Albert Harris Earl Tolloller Mast. George Clark Private Willis (Grenadier Guards) ? Mast. Jos. Cook Page Mast. AIpc. May oitejjuuu an nrcauian enepneraj I Miss Jessie XH Queen of the Fairies Miss May Weir Iolanthe (a Fairy, Strephon's Mother) . Aliss Adeline Bruns Celia 1 l Miss Maud Stevonon Leila V Fairies... J. Miss Kathleen King Sleta ) ( Miss Bessie Reynolds Phyllis (an Arcadian Shepherdess and Ward in Chancery) j Miss Gertie Whitney Fairies Misses Oiles. Bush, Roe (2), Barnes, Rosewarn, Lemon, Nott.Clark. Arnold (2), Morrison, Love, Logan, Martin. Peers Misses Walker, Peterson, Wright. Harris, Shepherd, Cook; Masters Cok. Simpson, Peterson, Logan, Lyle, Reynolds, Nott Leaders of the Ballet Misses Helen Smith, Annie Clark, Hessie Lemon. Full Orchestral Accompaniment! Gorgeous Costumes! Grand Fairy Ballet ! Prices as Usual. Curtain at Eight. Box Plan omn at J. J. Willim' Photo Gallery MONDAY and days from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. 2 9G-6t Special Meeting. THE STOCKHOLDERS OFC.BREWER fe COMPANY will nlenoo to to that a Special Meeting tor the election of officers will be held at the office of the Company, on Queen Street, on Tuesday the 30th instant, at 10 nYWir w a attendance is requested. rer order, o , J. O. CARTER, Honolulu. June 15th, 18S1. 2791 2-w l)o You Want Water ? Nearly six months since rain has fallen in sutfi. ient quantity to be of any benefit to the crops, or to even supply the citizens with enough water for day uses. Cattle men are complaining, and ranchmen have almost given up in despair. The situation is serious, and before your cattle die through want of water, and jour vegetables and grass are barned up by the rays of the sun, do something to prevent it. Save your money, your cattle, and your crops by baying an Aermotor With it, and a suction force pump, the water will be taken anywhere. Dr. Trousseau placed one on his ostrich farm, and it forces water f-ix hun dred feet, and raises it sixty-seven. With it the different paddocks are irri gated, the grass has grown the color of the emerald and the young ostriches are getting fat in consequence. Another gentleman who has been waiting for the rain to come along and h-Ip him out of his difficulty gave it up the other day and bought an Aermotor. He don't care .now, so far as he is per sonally concerned, whether it rains or not; the grass on his lawn is like a vel vet carpet, his roses bloom and every thing is. fresh and bright, while his neighbors' are burnt up a:.d fading. You want one, but vou can't make up your mind to g-t it; let these two instances help you along, and once you have the Aermotor you will have more comfort and less worry than you experience now. Read the following: Halawa, Molokai, June 18, 1891. The Hawaiian Hardware Company, Honolulu. Gentlemen : The Aermotor is erected and woi kin? far he vond our ex ti tj tinna There is none of the jar and pounding we had with our old wooden mills, every thing working smoothly even with the strongest winds. I cannot say anything yet as to its capability of running in a breeze that would not extinguish a mak:h, for we have a suDerabundanfte of wind, and th ease with which the motor heads up to . 1 m ..... T ine winaanu regulates itself is astonish ing. In wind that we would have to stop ine wooden mill or run it with a break on, the motor keeps steadily on at about thirty strokes of the pump to the minute. I am only Borry that 1 did not buy a larger sizs and attach it to a turning latne. I remain, truly yours. J. H. van Gieson. Mahckona, H. I., June 10, 1891. Messrs. The Hawaiian Hardware Co., HONOLULU. D ear Sirs The Aermotor was re ceived O. K. and has been set up. It is of course rather earlv for an opinion. DUt i will say this that it pumped some 6oo Gallons last nkht when tho nIH mill would not have moved, and that was tne hrst day that it had been used. After the journals are worn emooth it will etill run easier. It flavea a man's laKnr by the work it did last night. We have naa no wina lor two weess, to speak of, and as the old mill would not turn aionnd, our storage tank had been out ior 24 hours. Youis truly, C. L. Wight. President II. K. R. Co. The Hawaiian Ilnrrlwarf On.. Sole Agents, Fort Street, oppo- a-iie isprecKeis' jsiocjc. H. F. WICHMAN WATCH CLUB! The following drew their Watches on r 1 i ..rt. Club 1 Member No. 42. Clcb 2 Member No. 50. Clcb 3 Member No. 3?. Ci.cb 4 Member No. 4S. Cub 5 Member No. 7. Clcb 6 Member No. 57. . Clcb 7 Member No. 27. We Have a Few More Places Open! Parties living ontsidp nf ITrtnnlnln desiring to join one of the Clubs can make ik;. . w. : i BThps( watnhps r rnxt in cnli'rl ii Karat Gold, with fine full ieweled Waltham Movements, ana are warranted to be ac curate lime iitces. 733-13t H. F. WICHMAN. Prop. MARSHAL'S SALE. OY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE-- cution issued out of the Police Court on the 6th day of May, A. D. 1891' agaiiui -a-u rutK anas An t ai k Qetendant infayorofthe Hawaiian Tramways Co' L'd. plaintiff, for the sum of 146.78. I have levied upon and shall expose for sale at the inmi entrance oi tvaiakaua Hale, in thp iisiricioi tuna, nonoiaiu, lsiandof Oahn " - "l "y-'i'Ai, me titu day July, A. D. 1891, to the highest bidder, all iiui, vine nuu. interest oi ine said Ah Puck alias Ah Pnck, defendant, in and to the following property, unless said judg ment, interest, costs and my expenses be List of property for sale : One Redwood (Sig.) J. A. 1IEHRTEW . Deputy Marshal. 2783-lm 1378-3t TO LET! f T 1 "V-T o w r . the sabcrbs of Honni return far limn inatho ini.. l , w.iuornia ior sjx months, or a year, Gorernmcnt and artesian well water rtJ thA nliAA "al W Address C. W. tbia office. Id 13V7-lt BY JAS. F. MORGAN HENCE LOTS! For Sale at Auction I have received instructions to sell at Pub lic Auction, at my Salesroom ou Queen Street, OX 3Ii'XDAY, JUNE 29th, AT 12 TOOr, 36 Unrivaled Residence Lots AT KALIHT, About a Quarter of a mile beyond the Ka- mehameha School. The lots are all staked out as per the following diagram : KING STREET. 18 19 30 22 33 24 35 36 37 3S 39 30 SI 32 33 34 35 36 BECELEY STREET. The lota have been laid out and divided in such a manner &nrl aiA tn hrinotkam within the reach of all who desire a home ' of their own within convenient distance from thp hninusa rantu it tKa The location and general advantages of of the kind offered in this city for years. Situated at thp at a good elevation, pure air and healthful uuuuiuuua are assurea. All these lots front on Kaili Avenue 55 feet wide, running through the plate oon- uewtiug a-ing ana ueckiey stret-ts, and uciug me wiuesi sireei m tne suburbs of UUUUIU1U. The lota are sitnfp1 t loco on - ( - uou w UllU- utea' walk from the terminus of the King oireefc ram i;ars. WATER The nlana rp nprfwtosl mrA it is now the intention of the Government 10 lay an men water main along the line vi miwi uuiu iue tuut ui linna street to the mad r oniric the k'.iih. churches, from which extension water is I expectea to oe available within 8 months. Frr the nrispnt. voter fnr Hnmutii .-. - pose3can be obtained from Kamehameha ct-nooi premises. TERMS ONE HALF f!SR TlalanPA m one year at a per cent, secured bv mort gage. aCCA IflrfP mnn nf Ya nrnhiht an be seen at my Salesroom, Queen street. ucrc an uirea iniormation can be given. J as. F. Morgan, 2786-tf AnfiTIflXERT? e For Sale at Auction ON MONDAY, JUNE 99 IS NOON, At my Salesroom, Queen Street, I will sell ai ruoiic Auction, SO Valuable Residence Lob Being a division of the property formerly -- m vutue xiomesteaa. 16 17 15 14 13 n - 5 ! 8 S : 5 I i 5 a Desiral) Residences ! ULIBA STREET. i : i . 5 "' 2 f x 12 3 1 1M 13 - 5 w 235 io5 g 328 113 S 15 S - 6 2U I 121 16 f S 6 179 ot 129 17 j 189 137 207 o. ia 146 KOAD 9 145 Z io i 166 The Dronerty has hppi auMirUi convenient Keir!fnrp Tta - - " on avenue 25 feet wide leading from Llliha street and i juuuuig lorouen tne pia:e. An examination nf th? . ' tsm -LJ t t y Will Convince lnteTidinir Mirrho.fir. k sirableness of these lots. A map of the y jlLLz--, ca" seen ai my salesroom. t T-r-...:u r:vr -.j J as. P !Morgaii, Z7X-tf A I'PTl nvrro NOTICE. rpHE SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB v.. .-cnuaut street are open from t a. x. to 9 p.m. for members onlv. A llSt Of memtifra n-ni cK..I I i li,),Pl4 ouv.ujr w puo- 2783-tf n.. d. oturr, i Recorder H. 8. T.C. 1 MOSQUITO BITES! Positive Preventative CALLED FLEAS MUST GO ! -ECTFor Sale by 113 and 115 1381 HFIC HAS Fort Street, Windsor PLOWS, HARROWS. SHKvdISS5S8 A new invoice of Planet, Jr. Cultivators, and Horse Hoes. MANILA and SISAL ROPE, HIGH TEST KIROSENE OIL, CYCLONE TITTXTnifTT T O UrtTTOTI rT7IIVTOtllTn jt.H.n - . . vw-. t LixujxLtjo, auuorj r uriii ao u 1iu it ;ui7o. juaajtfj. nHANflETTRRS l.AKTFRKS Lawn Mowers, Stoves, Tin Ware. Agents for the Best Brands of 'RTTR'R'RTl: JOHIST IMPORTER Steel and Iron Banges, Stoves and Fixtnres, HOUSEKTOINa GOODS AND ETCHEN UTENSILS, AGATE WARE IN GBEAT VARIETY, White, Gray and Silver-plated; LAMPS ANI RUBBER HOSE, LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS. WATER CLOSETS, METALS, Plumbers' Stock, Water and Soil Pipes. Plumbing, Tin, Copper DIM0ND BLOCK, 95 1356 Oahu Railway & Land Co. A 8PECIAL MEETING OF THE Stock hnMera nf rv.k r-:i - - -- w. lug UWU MUIWIJ .d Company will be held at their Jane 24th. 1891, at 3 o'clock p. u., tor puj puee oi amending the By-laws and other important business. W. G. ASHLEY, Secretary O. R. & L. Co, 2795-tf ALFRED S, HARTWELL, Counsellor - at - Law mCI t" B,Qdi"?. ophite . vww, nUDOlQlU, tX. I. 2789 1379-tf 1356 26ol-q rH -a : at: i , Fort Street. 2651-q Honolulu. MECHANICS FINE T00IS JUST RECEIVED Ice Chests and Refrigerators, The favorite paterns ; a large assortment. Art Eooms - Mclnerny Hall 25,000 feet New Picture Moulding, latest styles. A Iew Invoice of ARTOTPF.S,ETCniNGS.PHOTOGRAVUBEe, Etc.. Etc. & Newton Colors, Brushes, & Artista Kiteriil X.nbricating Oils, VACUUM OILS A SPECIALTY Fence Wire of Superior Quality ; Galvanized and Plain Fence Stanlpn NOTT V AND DEALER I "NT PTVTTTT5T7CH and Sheet Iron Work, aad 97 KINO STREET. 26ol-q issinee's Notice To Creditors of Wong Chin (Jim and Leong Seu, doing business as Fong Chong Kee, of L;Lre, Kauai, bankrupts. rpHE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY gives notice to all creditors who have proyed t heir claims, that preparatory to a fVdav ?fthl,f':uPreme Co". on at 10 vl Deif l' the 26 h da-v of Jane. 1891. SnrtlflOCkrA.? ' at Chambers in the inH tK.t i 7 oie, nonoiuin. ?he 2m.Le.wiIIpp,y fortUeraent of liabiliL f n? for dirpe from all eftaVi 7 assine of e said bankrupt estate. m irdic uvu v Assignee of the bankrupt estate of Wong Chin Gim and Dated, Honolulu,) Dg &eU nne la. 1891. f 2)5.lt FOUND. A GOLD BANGLE BRACELET. THE OVDernn hunmn.. ..h: . ... iE3-.-?Pc'.in Property and Paying for' his nntia . - - w --, aWSM-ll ' - a' -lJCa. 0