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E mnnrwxr sfln 'an alarming disease afflicting ' ni ip j 11 inn il wmxinirs s. s. co. ' DAILY BULLETIN . j
. - ' A NUMEROUS CLASS. bllllllOIIN ill MllffllCHI! stoamor Kinau, r, TlMTHITm 0 fin'
R,X,lfi in tho Arctics with tho Mercury The disease co.n.nri.cei -villi slight , &gM& King, Commander, KHHWHnAJ
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kl.j iiegiccicti, u m unit" mvoivcs tiie wnoio JtMBBLT
mm frame, embracing thu kidneys, liver, vpTT 'Js
K'TIio Amount of Culil Wlileli C'ini Ifo
Kv' liniliircd "When I lie Alums
ft" pliei-c In m- licit 1'.- j
(Now York Hcrnlil.
Il I- staled In tlic diary left by Sergt.
Hlce, of lite Cicely expedition, Hint (ho
mean temperature, at Ihelrcanip during thu
month of December, ISSt, win 5I2.01 de
grees. Karly In.Iamiary, lbH2, the pendu
lum piers ucri' elected M) wo learn fium
tin; same source and tho weak of making
observations furiiMicd arduous and exact
ing duty to the astronomer, "who, in addi
tion to the tedious counting of llto swings
of the pendulum hournftcr hour, wascom
pelled to make astronomical observations
lor the determination of time." Theso
pendulum observations wcie continued
llftten days, mid tip to .Ian, 10, when the
station was swept by n severe storm and
caused such a remarkable fall In the tliei
momctcrllmt Lieut. Oreely had llic range
of the instrument clo-cly observed and lee
orded every ilflecn iuiuutc. The read
lug showed n temperature of only 12,
which was a rise of about 18 degrees in a
few hour.. The wind blew at tlie rate of
nlMy miles an hour, carrying with it clouds
of snow and spictilar lee, which cut the
faces of the men like powdered glas m
sparks of lite, and prevented them fiom
reaching cither the "thermometer shelter"
or the tfile gunge. "Everyone who was
out." we are told, ''nunc back more or less
bruised, and with their faces ( overcd by a
mass of frozen miow The fio-ty p irtlclei
were uKo driven through the thickest
coats, forming n while lining on the In
side. " The velocity or Iho wind finally
increased to seventy-live miles an hour,
and the thermometer ranged from 11.5 to
!!2.1. A summing of .Innuary tempera
ture shows a mean of :f.2T, h minimum
of 58.2, and a maximum of !) J degrees
February came in cold, the iiW'rugt- lein
pcrature for the month "being more than
50 degrees below ycio, " with the mcicury
frozen solid all thu lime.
On Feb. 11 llio standard thermometer
stood at i0 degrees below 7eio, the tor
rcctcd dllfcrcnec of temperature between
the iuldo and outside of quartets being
over 110 degrees. "It is surpiMng," re
marks the sergeant, "the amount of cold
lhat can be supported without injury
while the atmosphere I at lest. Comfoit
ably clothed and no air stirring, we could
move about without risk of great incon'
veuience, taking care only of tin:
face, which sometime Incline touched
and icquired ihe application of
u warm hand, which could -nfely
be withdrawn from a win in coxef
lug for n shoit lime. Che me 05
de'grees and calm weather inlhcr tlir.u 20
degrees nnd Ihe wind moving ten miles an
hour. It is a mistake (as stated by an emi
nent Arctic explorer, 1'ayei) that perspira
tion ceases at 00 degiees. This was eliv
piovcd by the expciicncc of many of u.
Swathed In cumbrous clothing, such exer
cise as pushing behind a loaded sledge
would frequently pioduco perspiration in
no meager quantities, and nl a lower; tem
perature than that mentioned. "
During Fein nary cpei inicnts were made
with shot-guns nnil chtonograph to ascer
tain the rapidity with which sound travels
through Arctic air. It was ascertained
that lubricating oil had to. be removed
from the guns, as it would ficezo solid
ami not allow the machinery of the weapon
to work. When, on Feb. 2!), the sun had
begun to again show its light, members of
the pmly sull'ered with weak eyes and pre
sented a "blcachcd-out appearance of
countenance like the polato vines that
grow in cellars. " An iinnoilnnt icc-oul is
made of Ihe fact lhat IVbi nary of 18S2
was Ihe coldest month ever noted In Ihq
Arctic region, and far in excess of tho
therinoinelrie iiingc given by Ihe discovery
paity in 1870, as ihe mean temperature was
Jd.47 and the minimum U'J.l ilcgice.
Although the sun was to be seen for a few
hours every day. Ihe colony life had he
come m monotonous lint "the leluin of
every hunter was the signal for questions,
and Ihe smallest circumstance fiiriiNhed a
topic for lonxcrMiiimi. "
A Triumph 111 Tlionlil-ltcncllii.
.Mr. Stuart Ciiiubeiland has had a great
success in thought-reading at Union
Ferdinand de Itothsehild's, in Loudon.
The prinen of Wales was the subject of the
experiment, and Mr. Stuart Cumberland
succeeded In discovering Ihe thoughts of
his ronl hlglme'ss In quite a marvellous
way: but the most remarkable) leaiilt was
the drawing which .Mr. Cumberland made,
of the llgure which was in the mind of the
prince. The fne-simlle has been given lo
the world by The Rill Mall Gazette. The
sketch is in the Egyptian hieioglyphlc
style, and represents afler that maimer
what the prince declared to be an elephant,
and just ns it was conceived in his brain.
It lends itself rather icadily to tho belief
that it is a iliiuoerios, a hedgehog, a tapir,
or, pcihaps, an ideal pel dog. Someone
present thojiL'ht it was tho Deib winner,
and another that it was very like n whale
It is a great triumph for Mr. Stuart Cum
beiland, considering lhat the cailoon was
the lesult of two minutes manipulation.
It would look well, and ioiikm out nunc
distinct, If of life size and colored
MvIm I'rolitH I'rnm flu- Clnilein.
Poll Mull (iarottc.
Tho clever Swiss have done an excellent
piece of diplomacy. Until a day or two
ago thcro was quarantine on the Franco
and the Swiss-llnlian frontier, but none on
the Austio Italian, and thus travelers were
still able lo reach Italy through the Tyrol.
.Hut this one-sided arrangement btirieel tho
diplomatic Indignation of tho Swiss. Tho
Italians have Incontinently lnllcn Into tho
trap, and tho leinalnlng entry Into their
country is lo be elo-eil by tho establish
ment ofnllw days quarantine on tho
Austrian frontier The Hood of louiisls is
thus safely banked up within thu four
cornets, of Switzerland; and to still fuilher
increase the feitlllz.ing stieiim even tho
fumigation at Geneva is for Ihe fuiuio to
he dispensed with. The nation of hotel
keepers deserves to piolit by Its .sensible
superiority to tho cholera scaie, and
already tho hotels of tho Obciland, as well
as those in Cantons Vaud and Valais, are
said lo be full to ovci flowing.
A I.IIl- l.rvtnn.
Tho old merchant turned to Ids desk and
took out two ruins, ono of which was
slightly bent. With each of these ho ruled
ii linn and silently handed the luled paper
to his companion, "Well," said tho lnd,
"what do you liicanV" "Ono lino Is not
straight and true, Is ilV AVhcn you mark
nut your path in life do not take n crooked
TJicio Is nothing so tiresome ns the ilido
except the talk about Win,
The disease commences .villi a sdlght
derangement of Iho bloinacb. but, if
neglected, Il in time Involves the whole
frame, embracing the kidneys, liver,
pancreas, ami, in tact, the entire glandu.
Inr system, and the mulcted dings out a
miserable existence until death gives
relief from sullerliig. The disease l
often mistake for oilier complaints;
Tun If the lender will asked himself the
following questions, he will be able lo
determine whether he himself is ono of
allllcted: Have 1 distress, pain, or clllll
culty In breathing after eating? Is there
a dull, heavv feeling attended by drow
siness? Have Ihe eyes u yellow tlngeV
Does ii thick, sticky, mucou'i gather
ubiiiil the gums nnil teeth in tlie inoiii
lugs, nceonipnnicd by n ilisugiccablo
taste? Is the tongue coated? is thcie
pains In the side ami back? Is there u
fulness about the right side as if the
liver were enlarging? I llietu costive
Hess Istherevertlgoor dizziness when
rising suddenly from a horizontal posi
tlon? Aie the secretions from the kid
neys scanty and highly coloured, with u
deposit alter standing? Docs food for
ment, soon after eating, accompanied by
flatulence or a belching of gas from the
stomach? Is theie frequent palpitation
of the heart? These various symptoms
may not bo present nl one time, but they
torment the siifl'erer in turn as the dread
fill disease progresses, if tlie case bo
one of long standing, them will bo a dry,
hacking couidi, attended after n time hy
expectoration. In very advanced singes
the skin assumes u dlily brownish ap.
pearance, and the hands and feet arc
covered by u cold, sticky perspiration.
As the liver and kidneys become more
ami more illcaed, rheumatic pains tip.
pear, and the usual treatment proves en
tiiely unavailing against this latter ago
nl.lng disorder. TJieoriglnof thlsinala
quantity of tlie proper medicine will
leinose the disease It taken ju Its inei
picucv. U Is most important that the
disease should be promptly tind properly
treated In Its fust stages, when a little
medicine will effect a cure and even
when It lias obtained n strong bold the
correct reincdv should be perserved In
until everv vcMlge of the disease Is
eradicated until tlie appetite has re.
tinned, and the digestive organs restored
to a healthy coiulltlon. The surest and
most ell'eclital veinedv tor Ihisdlsticsslng
complaints Is "Seigel's Curative Syrup,"
a vegetable preparation sold by all
Chcnustsnud Medicine Vendors thtough
outtlie wop Id, nnil liv the proprietors, A.
.1. While Limited, 17, Failngdon Jtond,
London, E. C. This Svrupstilkesat the
very foundation of the disease, and
drives it, nmt and branch, out of the
Maiket 1'lnce, I'ocklinglon, York,
October 2nd, 1882. .
SjrI,(.K H sull'erer for yeais with
dyspepsia in all lis worst tonus, and
alter, spending pounds in medicines, 1
was at last persuaded to try Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup, and am tluink
fill to say hae del ied moi e beuellt from
It than any other medicine 1 ever took,
and would advise any ono sullerliig fiom
tho same complaint to give It a trial, the
results they would soon Hud out for
themselves." If you liko to make use of
this testimonial you aie quite nt liberly
to do so.
(Signed; 11. Tim.Nim.
.Selgei'o Operating Fills are tho best
family physic that has ever been ills,
coveted. They cleanse the bowels
lrom all in Itatlng substances, and leave
them uui healthy condition. They euro
St. Mary-slrecl, Feleiboiough, I
November 20th, 1SS1. J
isir, --It gives mo gieat pleasure to in
form you of the benulll I have received
from "SeiL'el'n Syrup. I have been
troubled lor years with dyi-pep-da; but
after a few ilo-es of the Syrup, I found
relief, and tiller taking two bottles of
It I fell quite cuicd.
I nm, Sir, vours truly,
Mr. A. .1. White. Wim.iam Uiu'.nt.
Ilensinghiiin, Whitehaven, Oct. 10th, 'M2.
.Air. A. .1. While. Dear Sir, I was
for Mime time allllcted with piles, and
was advised to give Mother Seigel's
Syiupa trial, which 1 did. I am now
happy to stale lhat It has restored mo to
complete health. I remain, yours re
.fOUN II. LlllllTl-'OOT.
10th August, 188U.
ff Dear Sir, 1 write to tell you Hint Mr.
Henry Hllller, of Yatcsburg, Wilts, in
forms mo that ho stitlcred from a severe
form of Indigestion for upwaids of four
years, and took no end ot doctor's medi
cine without the slightest beuellt, and
declares Mother Seigel's Syrup which he
got from me has saved bis life.
(Signed) N. "Wj:uii,
Mr. White, Chemist, Calne.
September 8th, 18S!1.
Dear Sir. I lind the snle of Seigel's
Syrup steading increasing. All who have
li'led il speak very highly of its medi
cinal viituesjone customer describes it
ns a "Godsend to dyspeptic people." I
always lecommcnd it with contldence.
(Signed) Vincl.m-A. Wiu.s,
To. Mr. A. J. AVhlte. Mertliyr Tydvil.
l'restoii, Sept. 21st 18SU.
My Dear Sir, Your Syiup and Fills
are still very popular with niyciistomers,
manv saying ihey aie the 'best family
Tho oilier day a customer caiuo for two
bottle or Syrup nntl snld "Mother
Seigel" had saved Iho life of his wife,
and ho added, "one of these bottles 1 nm
sending fifteen miles away ton friend
who Is very 111. I have much faith In
Tho sale keeps up wonderfully, In fact,
one would fancy almost that I lie people
wcie beginning to bienkfast, dine, nnil
sup mi Mother Seigel's Syrup, thu demand
Is so constant nnil Iho satisfaction so
great. I am dear Sir, yours faithfully,
(Signed) W. Uow'Kr.it.
To A. .1. White, Esq. 507 ly
Alitcli depends upon n man's cour
ngo when he is" sltuidcred mid tradu
ced. "Weak men arc crushed ly de
traction ; but Hie brnvc hold on mid
Uy Jack Malone. he by Lexington.
11 (lam, Ivy Leaf, bv impoitcd Austra
lian; 2nd dam, liny Flower, by Lexing
ton; Uril dam, Hay Leaf, by 'imported
Yorkshire; -Mi dam, Imported Maria
Ulack, by Fhllo da 1'iiUh, etc., etc.
Itli.ttlU' was In cdnt the great Wood
burn Farm, near Lexington, Ky., by the
late It. A. Alexander, and was sold to
W. L. I'ritchnril, of Sacramento, Cal.,
for $5,001'. lie stands 15'f hands,
weighs 1,005 lbs., and Is a bright chest
nut color. Durlughls racing career lie
downed many u favorite, nnd won many
a hatful of money for his owners, nnd
moved himself cine of tho greatest of
noises over u distance, inoU of bis races
being at two and four miles. Holms
already sired several eolts In California
that are winners, among which aie
Lizzie Dunbar, Young llazanr, Sophia,
mid another called the Unzaar Minerva
Colt, he being out of .Minerva by Im
poitcd Leamington, tho she of l'arolo
and Iroquois. Llzlu Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself last year in her
two.year.ohl form by defeating one of
tlie largest ileitis ot two.year.olds lhat
ever stinted in California, among which
were the two beautiful llllies brought
here last Spring by Mr. Agnew, distance
? mile; lime, 1.01)4, Hie tnstest time on
rccoid for two-year-olds at the distance.
This year she has won several important
events, and has proved herself to be a
Jtny.mtr has now been brought hack
lo Honolulu, and will remain here the
balance of this year, and breeders, horso
owners and stock raisers should avail
themselves of the oppoi Utility to obtain
his services while they have Ihe chance.
Terms, s-IO. I'.iyuble at time of
The Imported Clydesdale Stallion
DoiKilcl Winnie, .(r., will stand at
the same time and place, at SISO for thu
season. lie was bred in Canada, sired
by Impoitcd Donald Dlnnic, nnd out of
an impoitcd Clydosdnle mare. Do is a
beautiful dapple grey, 10 hands high,
and weighs 1,-I00"lbs.: is very active,
ami as line a large horse as could be
Also, the Hue large Imported Ken
tucky .lack Nlltlliisoii. This is one
of the largest .lucks that wo could lind
In California, and Is tin animal of Im
mense bono; is n very sure breeder, nnd
should bo liberally patronized, as he Is
one of the very best animals of his
kind. Term, !.'$0 for the season.
The public are cordially Invited to
call mid Inspect the above animals.
Marshlleld, Sept. 15, 1881. 818 tC
J T. RHOADS,
i . CONTHACTOK &JSUILDEK
Shop on Queen street, near Alakea.
II & AFTER THIS DATE
THE l'RIOE OF UOAltl) AT THE
WILL 15E KEDUCED FKOM 0TO
$5.00 Per Week.
II. W. (UlANNIS, I'rop'tnr.
Honolulu. Oct. L0. IKS I. 817 tf
Ho-so Shoeing n specinlty
A llrst-cluss man being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
Shop on the Esplanade, op. IIoppcr's.204
70 Hotel Street.
C J. McCAETHY
Best Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Fair, Little Hcautics, Gold
liar, Three Kings nnd thu Pet
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
Tho EBUllaid Tables of this establish
ment htuo been ic covered nnd
leveled, which makes them
the best in town.
Ginger Alo and Soda Water on Ice.
12?" Call nnd tee me. "1a
No. II,'! Hotel street,
Opposite) International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
Brackets, Cornices, Curtoln Poles, t&c.'
made ol tlie latest designs.
Stoamor Kin an,
lj,i,,u Ifnnnllllll iiiif.tl U'llnHilflv 111.
1 p. in., touching nt Lnliuinn, Mnn
laen Hay, Mnkcnn, Mnliukonn, Kn
wnllme, Ltiupiihoehoo mid llllo.
lleturnliig, will touch lit nil tho
nlovo ports, arriving nl Honolulu
ench Sntttidiij' aftcrnoott,
To iho Volcano and Back.
THHOUail TICKETS lo tho Volcano,
and return, can now be had nt the ofllco
of the tliUer.island S. U.Co. Tourists
leaving Honolulu per time table of tho
"PLANTEItV'wllibe landed at Puna,
lull, thence byllallroad loPuhala, where
Ilorpes and Ouldes will be In attendance.
Uy this rout. Tourlfcts can make the
round trip in 7 tlayo, giving -1 dnys to
visit the Volcano.
TICKETS VOll THE nOUXDTIUP,
Including Horses, Guide, Hoard and
For further particulars enquire at the
olllcc of tho
Iiitcr-I.Hliuicl S. X, Co.,
or .1. l- JOHDAX, Volcano House.
xX 1-0 It KOLOA & AW
The Clipper Kcliuoncr
V. Kibbling, ... - Muster,
Will run regularly, to tho ports of
KOLOA, HANAPEP13 to WA1MEA,
KAUAI. For freight or paswigu apply
to the Captain on board, or to the
Pacific Naviiiation Co.,
7!)2 Jim Cor. Nuunnu to Queen sis.
Tin: PAST HAIMNCI
as will run tc'itlnrlv
TO WAIALUA EVEItY MONDA'V,
Kelurnlug on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
.LAIEUE & CO.
Have a Largo Stock of the
EE,Y BEST HAY,
Which is offered ut Low est Market Prices
Dolivered Free to any part of tho City
AGENTS F03 TIIE
Pacific Mutual Lifo Insurance Co.
Agents for the Hoover Telephone.
Commissioner of Dccdsfor California
Telephone No. M7. 700
Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii.
IS NOW OPEN for Travelers, where
Fiivt class accomodation can be had
at all Times. The climate of Honuapo
is recommended for invalids.
HORSES AND GUIDES
Provided for the Volcano.
CSTFor Terms, etc., Sec CAltDS at
Hotels and Streets.
J. W. SMITHIES,
57il ly Proprietor.
A PUKE, WHOLESOME, HE
Accoidlng to the highest nnd best medi
Manufactory, : : : No. la Lililia St:
P. O. Box, :)70. Telephone, 28-1.
BSyAU oulers receive prompt attention.
Tie Daily Bnlletiii
Bills of Lading
EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
OJl'ov lor Sale
I'll t: I'OMOWINCI
LIST OF UAH,
Light Express Wngou,
Ex Top Carriages.
STEAM C OAL.
Coin. Wood Chairs,
Fine Molnstes Shooks,
lee CJicsis, Nos, ', il, nnil ft,
Lobsters, lib tns; Bonus, Ulltii8
Hay Cutters, Nos. 1, 2, & 3.
Fall-bank's Scale-", Nos. 7,S,10&11
Centrifugal Lining, 14 inch;
Comp. Null-, ljg, 1.14 Inch.
.Manila Cordaic, Assorted:
Galvanized Fence Staples,
FARMERS mim 20 AND 25 BALLS,;
Slsal Rope, AsMiitcd,
y. ansTAii sheathing
10, 18, 50, as, 2 1 nml SO oz. ;
E-8air Mattresses !
Grindstones, Rubber Hose,
Hide Poison, Barbed
Wire, Refined Iron,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE,
Gnlvanlzcil Screws and Washers,
Yes, and wo sell
Vh Ijoav h Hie XjovHt !
and don't anybody forget it.
We tell New Bedford Rope, nnd any
retailer knows bow it will hold out in
We also have the mot varied assort
kept by any house this side of the ltocky
Mountains, Mich ns
Hemp and Manila Cordage, all sizes,
Artesian Well Boring Ropes,
Manila Hawsers, Wire Ropo,
Cotton and Hemp Duck and Twine,
Galvanized Murine Hardware,
PAINTS AND OILS,
Pure Copper Sheathing, 14, 10 & 18 oz
Yellow Metal and Nails, 14 to 28 07,
Copper Paint (Tnrr & Wonsin's)
Whale Boats, Boat Stocks,
Gal. Boat Nails, all kinds nnd sizes,
And 1001 other things too numerous
to mention Also, ngents for
I'en-y lnvin' Pnin Killer,
Brand & Pierce's Bomb Guns and
Bomb Lances, tor,., &c,
All of which wo will sell at the
300 ly A. W. Pcircc & Co.
Tin, Copner and Sheet Iron Worker
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Banges
of nil kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
7? Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
Jol Printing Office,
B. P. Adams, Queen si
Lyons & Levey, ieen st
Alvln II. Raseinaiin.... Gazette Building
Bishop & Co.,. Meicluuit st
W. McCnndless Pish Mnikct
Hoot unit HIioch.
L. Adler Nuiinnu st
Chr. Gertz, K01 1 st
Teniploof Fashion Port at
Nolle Port tl
.McCarthy Hotel st
Gonsnlvcs to Co Hotel st
Temple of Fashion Fott st
W. Miller, Hotel st
Lycun&Co Foil st
W. II. Page,"" Fort Ml
Hawaiian Carriage Co.,, Queen nt
Clcnt-H nml Toline-ro.
C. McCarthy Astor Bill lard S aloon
Noltcs Beaver Saloon Foit st
Fisher's Champagne Older,. ...Llliha st
('amly rni-lory nml UnUcry.
F. Horn Hotel st
Cni-penti'i-M ami Itiillitci-N.
F. Wllhclm, King st
G. Lucas, Foil st
WT Rhoads Queen i
Dry Suit Fnncy OcioiIh.
N. S. Sachs Fort st
J.T. Watei house,..' Queen st
J. T. Watcrhouse, King st
.T. T. Watcrhouse, Fort st
B. F. Elders & Co., Fort st
M. A. Gonsnlvcs to Co., Hotel st
Temple of Fashion Fort hi
Benson, Smith to Co., Fort ht
Hollisler & Co Nuiinnu st
Hollister& Cp Fott M
lraynf;o nml C'nrta;;!'.
Frank Hustncc, (Jueeii st
G. Robinson, Queen st
Mrs. Turner, King st
Fire liiHiirmirc AKcntH.
H.lUcmcnschneider,..nt Wilder & Co's.
C. O. Bcrgcr, Mei chant st
(OIlt'H I'lll-lllMlllllS (SoOllH.
Elders to Co., Fort n,t
N. S. Sachs, Fort st
Gonsnlvcs to Co., Hotel .st
HSTregloan Fortite Hotel sts
(rorci'lcH nml 1'i-ovInIiiiih.
A. S. Cleghorn to Co (Juecn st
Wolfe to Edwards,. . .Fort to Nuiiauu stt
Lewis & Co Hotel st
Hot-He NIlOCllIK HIlOH.
Wilson Bros., Fort st
liny ami I'ecil Ktoi-e-H.
Wolfe & Edwards....KIiif & Nuuanu sts
Union Feed Co Queen st
Lalno &Co", Fori st
G. E. Shcrmuii, King st
Dlllfugham & Co., Fortsl
J.T. Watcrhouse Queen st
Iniliortci-H ii oni.I-i-liiiii(N.
G. W. Macfarlane to Co., Fort st
C. Brewer to Co Queen tt
Lyons to Lovey, (juceii st
M.S. Grinbauiu & Co., Queen st
V. G. Irwin is Co Fort st
A. S. Cleghorn to Co., Queen st
J.T. Watcrhouse, Queen st
Fiecth & Peacock Nuuanu st
Castle to Cooke, King bt
Wing Wo Tal to Co., Nuuanu st
O. O. Bcrger Merchant st
Hyman Bro., Merchant st
Weniier & Co Fort st
W. Auld, AVnter Works Olllcc
J. A. llnssiuger, Interior Olllcu
W. O. Akann King st
Lowers & Cooke Fort st
Wilder to Co Fort si
Millinery nml Di-i-sn MuUIni;.
Mrs. A. M. Mollis, Fort st
Dr. Emerson Kukul st
J. M. Ont Ji. to Co., Merchant st
I'lumliei-H mill I'nliitcrH.
E. C. Rowe King st
Brown to Phillips King st
J. Nolt, , Knahumauii bt
Max Kohm " Fort ht
Williams & Co. Foit st
Tuning; Jit MuhIcuI liiHtruiiu-iitr..
Lycan & Co., Foi t st
Noltcs Beaver Saloon, Fort tt
Windsor Restaurant, King st
Casino, Knploluni Pin k
Tourist's Retreat,. Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii
Ileal J'.Htnto AenlH.
J. E. Wiseman Mei chant st
A. S. Hartwcll, over Bank
J. M. Davidson Kaahumaiiii st
A. Kosa.s Gov't Building
W. A. Whiting Kaabumanu bt
J. Russell, Merchant st
S. B. Dole, Kiialiumanii si
F. M. Hatch, Kuahiimaiiii ht
R. F. Bickertou, Merchant st
Cecil Brown .... Merchant st
J. M. Monsairat, Merchant bt
T. W. Rawlins, Kingst,LoIeo
.I'M. Oat Jr. ifc Co., Merchant st
J. M. Oat & Co., .". . Queen fit
Plcicc ifc Co Queen st
.1. Nott, Kaahumiinu .st
II. S. Trcgloan Fort st
Inter.Island S. N. Co., Esplanade
Wllder's 8. S. Co Fort & Queen sts
Puclllc M S S Co Fort & Queen sts
O. S. S. Co., Fort & Queen st
Pacific Navigation Co, Queen st
1 A T Baker Puuchbowl to Queen sis
J Brodlo., : Fort it
Wood nml Colli Dciilfix,
' Frank Hiibtaco, Queen st
' M'Iiich mill Hph-llH.
, G. W. Moofnrluno & Co.,.Knnluiinann st
, Freetli& 1'eaeoek, Nuuanu st
mown x uo Merchant st
Wcnner it Co Fort st