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IVe-w teStoro J We-w Goods !
THE MECHANICS' BAZAAR,
Corner Fori a ml Merchant Slivols.
EGAN & CO. take pleasure In announcing that they have opened the abovu Store,
anil would bo pleased to have you cull mid examine the most complete line of
New Goods cveropeiud in .Honolulu, and at nslonWhlmdy low prices to
suit the tlines,compil3ing a complete, select mid most fashionable line of
Clothing, Gems' Furnishing Goods, Hats &
Caps, Hoots nml Shoos. Trunk. Valine, vtv., viv.
Boys' and Children's Clothing a Specialty.
tST Through fair nnd honest dealings mo hope to receive u slime of public
patronage. GIVR US A CALL. 411 ly
Wine and Spirit
Campbell Block, Merchant Street, ...... Honolulu.
Keep? the (1 iitt nssuilmcnt and
Best Brands of Ales, Wines, Spirits, etc.,
in the City, and oilers same for sale nt lowest llgincs:
"Delmonico" Champagne, "Cochot Blanc" Champagne,
Veuve " Cliquot" do., " Ch. Fnrre" do., and other good brands,
" Ceutmy " Whiskey by the gallon or doen;
Celery, Beef and Irnn; I'acillc Coiigic-s Water; Napa Soda;
Apollinniis Water; Clysiuic; Ilclfast (linger Ale; Cider;
Scotch, Iiish and Kentucky Whi-klc-; Uinndics of all grades;
Ales, Beers and Stout, assorted Brands,
CALIFORNIA WINES, 20 DIFFERENT KINDS.
B&- All goods delivered promptly to anv part of the City, (ireat care taken
In packing nnd shipping to other Islands.
Bell Telephone, 445 ;
Mutual 'telephone, 418;
P. O. Box, 37fi.
30 DATS !
Ninth Groat Inventory Sale at the Leading Millinery
JIon.se of Chas. .T. Fisliel.
Items of special interest to Buyers of Seasonable
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
13ooi-i in Slioe, XJiic.-; sinti Cjipw, elf.
"We have just icccivcd ZO days later than
contiact calls for, alaigc invoice of
the very best make of Ladies' French
Kid Shoes. By reason of their late
arrival we have notified the manufac
turer that we shall (-ell them on his
account nt just ONE.HALF of the In.
This Sale will continue until the entile
Stock has been disponed ol.
Our 87 .Shoes will be sold for only
During the next 30 days we will sell our
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on the SI.
Our entire line of all wool Dress Goods
in plaids, stripes the newest patterns
will bo sold at 00c on the ifl.
A special feature in our Dresi Goods
Department this week will be the
40 Pieces ol Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price, $1.
This is the gi cutest bargain presented
by us this season in eoloted Dress
oOc on the 1.
3Emlx-oitleiicN mid JLneos,
Over 200 new patterns have been add.
ed to our all-ieady immense stock,
Tine uJJSws, Flowers,
AKI) A I'lJM. LINK OK
TJtlMMiiU ANK U.NntlllMKD
Our H Parasols r,r & i ir.
Our $0 ParasoW lor ijn :tr,.
Our $.ri Parmols foi S2 Br
Our $H Paia-oln lor tf!2.
We have a few Children',, Parasols
which wo w 111 oiler lor Cu cents each.
Remember, this Saie is only for 30 day
Call Early and Secure your Bargains.
The Leading Millinery
110 i 1ml
King Street, botweuii
HAS RECEIVED, J'JJK AUSTRALIA,
tins l'lUJ ,,;C?," u 'T1 VttK ,ll? ku MM, kegs Pig Pork, Table Rai.
f'SSr'' " "'"'N Walnuts Spiced Beef, Bon.,1 Chicken, Lunch Tongues, Chip
Vvhife kl SiS bR"ybl,,f?.Bu,?l'l?. Benl'onin Crackers. Flour, Bran, Wheat Oats,
JlrenkfastG ?,b r XJ,,l"UllM1 SW' Cu,l fi"Bri l'li'rl Sugar, Gerinea
inxaKiasiUenn, Choho 'leas, French Peas, etc, Also,
Good Night" and Palace Brands KeroBone Oil.
A"'U2L0W',fcl ",,l,1;a ,n. niidl8ailfnotloii Guaranteed, (ST P. O. Rox S73;
J lelephwiolio. '
30 DAYS !
IB 0 0
CARTWRIGIIT & WAHEX'.S
for Ladies, Gems and Children at
SOc on the i.
Om (i.lc Unlbiigan Vest is extra good
No sucli opportunity to purchase these
woi Id-renowned goods at half price
ran posMbly occur again this season.
168 Geuts' $12 Suite.
Coat, Vest, and Pants for only $G 90.
'I hu Gnatcst Bargain ever offeied in
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
FORMER PRICE, $7 50.
These are all trimmed nicely and well
10 yitnls of Choice Pi inls for 1.
10 yards of K wide Cotton for 1,
14 Muds of Unbleached Cotton for $1,
412 do of Gents' line Neckwear, at 00c
on the 1,
118 do ot Gents' Bummer Undersells
at liSc each, worth GOc.
Gent's White Shirts
AVu claim to have the largest and
mont complete Stock in this city, the
very best mnke apd the very lowest
Even- Shirt warranted LINEN
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFS and GOOD
Our 2 SO Shirt we will sell for HO
dajH only at 1 45 each, whenever
bought by single one or 10 dozen nt tho
JiOO do, of Mackinaw Hats at GOc each,
Our 2 CO lints we will sell at 1 0.1,
C2T Come and look at Iheso Hats and
you cannot resist from buying,
Our entiro lino of Hosiery will lit, sold
at fiOc on the $1.
Infants' Shoit Dresses, Oambiic-Nnn-
fook stylishly piiule and trimmed
from GOc up.
The Ladies will Appreciate) tho fol-.
Aiasene, at 25c a doz, former price, GOc.
Chenille, at 25o a do, former price. GOc.
Our 8R, $t niuHfl Pompoms will be
sold during the next 0 days for SI E0
House, corner Fort and Hotel sHiw
Fori and Alakea HtreetH,
"t"il-- , in ,,,,,,.. . mm jiw,,, .,
DE9IRINO to close out our Ship
Ghandlo-y and Commission Ilul.
nc'P, wc shn'l tell at HKDUOK!)
PRICES and will closo out our entire
Stock, good.will and lease of picmlcs,
at a fair valuation, to a 10 ponslble
party. A . . PBt IICE & CO.
O LUSO HAWAIIANO.
ALL persons who want to commuui.
cato with the PoitiiBuoie, either
lor business or lor piocurlng workmen,
servants or any other helps, will 11 ml It
tho most prolltablo way to adcillo In
the .tiso ffawaiitiuo, tho new organ of
tho I'drtuauce colony, which is pub.
ltshed on Meichanl stuet, Gazelle Illllld.
ill)'. (PoM.Olllie Lelter Ho P..), and
only charges lcasonablu tales for adver.
Groat Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years "Without
Going to Ued.
Mil. Em rim: While spending a few
dujs at the ideaaut seaside town of
Aberyslwith, Cardiganshire, Wales, I
lieani lelated what seeiuid to me either
u fabulous istoiy or a marvellous cure.
The stmy was that a poor uullVier who
had not bueii able to lie down ill bed for
six long yeais, given up to die by nil the
Doctois, had been speedily oiited by
some Patent Medicine. It was lelated
with thu more implicit confidence from
tho eiicumstancc, as was said, lhal the
Vicar of Llaniystjd was familiar with
the facts, and could vouch lor tho truth
of the i upon.
Having a littlu cinioslty to know how
such stories giow in unveiling, I took
the liberty while at the village of Llan
ijstvd to call upon the Vicar, the Rev.
T. Evans, and to enuuhe about this
wondei fill cure, 'lhoiiuha total stiau
ger to him, both hu and his wife most
graciously entertalnul nie in a half
the eao of Mr. l'tigh, in which they
seemed to lake a deep and sympathetic
intcicst, having been familiar with his
sulierings, and now lejolced in what
seemed 10 them a most lemarkahle cine.
The Vicar lemarked that hepicsnmcd
his name had been connected with tho
loporl from his having mentioned the
ease to Mr. John Thomas, a chemist of
Llauon. Ho said Jlr. Pugli was former
ly a tcsidciilol their parish, but was now
living in tho parish of Llnnddciuol.
He strongly vouched 3Ir, Win. Pugh's
chaiacter as a lespectablo f miner and
w 01 thy of credit. I left the venerable
Vicar with a livelier sense of tl e happy
relation of a pastor and people, feeling
that he was one who tiuly sympathised
with all who aie alllicted m mind, body,
On my return to Aberjhtwilh, 1 was
impressed with a deshe to see Mr. Pimh,
whose lcpulafion stood so high. His
hum is called Paneoin-Mawr, .signifying
"above tho dingle," styuated near the
summit of a smooth louud hill, over,
looking a beautiful valley in which is
situated the lovely ivyinantlcd Church
ot Llanddeinol. "I found Mr. Pugh,
apparently about 40 years old, of medium
height, lather slight, with a pleasant and
intelligent face. 1 told him I had heard
ol hia gieat ailliotiou and of his icmark
able and almost miiaculous lclief, and
that 1 had come to learn fiom his own
lip-., what there was of tiulh in the re
ports. Mi. Pugh remarked that his neigh
bora had taken a kindly and symp
athetic intcicst in his case for many
years, but of late their intcicst had been
gieatjy awakened by a happy change in
his condition. What you repot t as hav
ing licaid abioad, said he, is substant
ially tiue, with one exception. I never
undci stood that m ease was ever given
up as hopeless by any Physician. I
have been treated by seveial Doctors
hcienboiits, as good as any In "Wales, but
unfortunately no pic-c:rption of theirs
ever bi ought the desiied relief.
Fifteen years ago, he said, I Urst be
came conscious ol a sour and deranged
stomach and lo-s of appetite, which the
Doctois told me was Dyspepsia What
food I could hold in my stomach seem
cd to do me no gooit and was often
tin own uj) with painful retchings. This
was followed after a time with a hoarse
ness and a raw soreness of tho thioat
which the Doctors called bronchitis,
and I was ticated for that, but with
little success. Then came shortness of
bieath and a sense of suffocation, espe
cially night::, witli clammy sweat, and I
would have to get out of bed nnd some
times open u door or window in winter
weather to fill my lungs with the cold
About six yeais ago I became so bad
that I could not sleep in bed, but had to
take my illiquid rest and dieainj sleep
sitting in an armchair. My infliction
seemed to bo woiking downward into
my bowels n-, well as upwards into my
lungs and throat. In the violent cough,
ing spasms which grew more frequent,
my abdomen would expand and collapse
and at times it would seem that 1 should
suffocate. All this time 1 was reduced
in strength so that I could perform no
hind laboi nnd my spiiits wei conse
quently much depressed.
Eailyin this last spiinglhad a still
more severe spasmodic attack, and my
family and neighbors became alarmed,
believing that certainly I would not sur
vive, when it neighbor, who had some
knowledge, or had heard of tho nicdi.
cine, sent to Abeiystwith by the driver
of the Omnibus Post, some seven miles
distant, ami fetched a bottle of Mother
Bel gel's Curative Syrup,
lhis medicine tlmy dministercc' to
wo according to the directions, when to
their sinprisc ami delight no lebs than
my own, the spasm ceased, I become at
ease, and my stomach was calmed, My
bowels weio moved as by a gcutlo
cathartic, and 1 felt a sense of quiet
com foil all thiough uch as I had not
ixiioro realized u many years. I could
walk in omul tho house nnd breathe
coinfoitahly in afowhouis after I hud
taken the medicine, lhavo continued
to take thu medicine daily now for
something oer two months, and I can
lie down and sleep sweetly at nights
and have not since had n recurrence of
those tciriblo spasms nnd sweatings, I
have been so long bioken down nnd re.
diiccd in my whole system that I have
not tried to perform any veiy hind out.
door labor, deeming it liet tu ho prti
dent lest by ovnr.oKurlioii may do my.
self injuiy before my strength Is fully
lestoied. 1 feel that my stomach and
bowels have been and are being tlior.
oiighly lonovnted and ruuewed by the
liKdiclne. In (net I feel like a new
1 luivo been much enngtatuhited bv
my noiehbois, especially by the gooil
Vicar ot Llamysiyd, who with his sym.
pathetic wife have come three miles to
shed tears of joy on my i ecu very,
I bade Mr. Pugh good-bye, happy that
oven one at least among tlioutands had
found a icniedy for an aggiawiting ills
case. Relieving lids lemaikable uibo of
Dyspeptic Asthma should bo known to
the public, I beg to submit the above
facts us they are lelated to me.
SJKUtwtyJ P.T. W,
WEDNESDAY. SKIT. 8. 1880.
XINETY-J 1FTII WAY. CONTINUED.
Tuesday, September 7th.
House resumed at 1:45.
Proceeded to consideration of the
Flowcrdcw- petition, read by Hep.
Brown, who explained the circum
stances under which Mr. Flower
dew's clniin originated. Petition
er's clnim was originally for 12,000,
but 1ms sinccbccn reduced to $f,0U0.
Rep. ICcatt moved the considera
tion of the petition be indefinitely
postponed, and spoke at length in
support of his motion, without inter
pretation. Rep. Dole said he would support
tho motion, but did not agree with
the views of the honorable member
for Honolulu that the House has no
power to vote this money. Mr.
Flowcrdcw went on in an illegal
manner, tinder arrangement not re
cognized by the courts, and acted
evidently with a knowledge that he
was acting outside the law. He took
the responsibility of going forward
against the advice of his own coun
sel, and if lie has any remedy
against anybody it is against the
Minister who went outside his juris
diction. The vote for indellnitcly
On motion, the rules were sus
pended, and the bill for appointing
live justices of the Supreme
Court was read a second time by
Rep. Castle said the bill was one
of the most important that could be
brought before a legislative boiPy,
and moved it be referred to the
Rep. ivaulukoti moved tho bill be
referred to committee of tho whole
House resolved into committee of
the whole, Noble Rush in the chair.
The bill was read by the clerk,
and interpreter in both languages.
.Section 1 provides: Thu Supreme
Court shall consist of a Chief Jus
tice and four Associate Justices any
of whom may hold the Court, and
when so held shall have and exercise
all the powers and jurisdiction com
mitted to said Court.
Rep. Brown moved the committee
recommend the House to indefinite
ly postpone the first section. The
honorable member referred to a bill
introduced by himself at last ses
sion, under the impression that more
justices were needed, but since then,
he had changed his mind. He
knew now there is absolutely nothing
for two additional judges to do.
There are no cases before the Su
preme Court at present awaiting ad
judication. These faets he has as
certained on enquiry at tho Supreme
Clerk's ollice. If the case were
otherwise, and any business was be
fore the Court awaitingadjudication,
he should say let us have additional
judges. lie believed in the theory
that 5 judges were better than a, if
we had work for them to do.
Rep. Ivaulukoti said lie had intio
cluced the bill. He thought the
honorable member for Koolauloa,
although expressing himself against
the bill, was at heart, really in favor
of it. He supposed some people
would be uncharitable enough to
say that he had introduced the bill
because he wanted n judgeship him
self. He would say, at the outset,
that hp had no such purpose. He
did not consider himself qualified
for such a position. If the bill
passed, the honorable members for
Koolauloa, Lihue and "Wailuku,
might obtain the new judgeships.
Their high legal training amply
qualified them for the positions
which they could fill with credit to
themselves and the country. Some
of tho newspapers had asked what
this bill was for. The question had
never been answered. He proposed
now to answer it. He disclaimed
any intention ot discrediting in any
way the judges of the Supremo
Court. But we want this bill in order
that wc may all get justice. It was
a matter of complaint among honor
able metnbprs and also among
practising barristers that as the
court is constituted, appeals are
carried from lower to higher
courts, but that the judges sitting
jp these courts are the same porbons.,
Rep. Doo said this is not a qit'esr
t ion of justice or increased accom
modation to the public. The ques
tion is not if the judges had too
miicli woikj but if any Improve
ment in our system Is nocded, and
if this bill is tho proper remedy.
Tho lion, member admitted the
force of the arguments of thu lion,
member for Hilo, with regard to the
present procedure in appeal cases.
But ho thought this bill piovidcs no
remedy, ns it does not chaugo tho
systpiii ; it simply dilutes the bench.
'IJlo bill makes no provision for pre
venting anyofthcilvo judges from
sitting on their own cases. So far as
his experience went, judges like to
do that. There is nothing in tho
bill to show what a full bench is,
The proper remedy would be to de
prive the Supreme Court judges of
original jurisdiction, and have them
constitute an appelate court alone.
ii would bo better to raise the jurip.
diction of tho Circuit Judges to
curry out this principle. The lion,
member moved that when tho com
mittee rise, tho house be recom
mended to refer the bill to a boloct
Minister Daresaid ho had listened
attentively to tho remarks of the
lion, member for Lihue, and' agreed
with most of what he had said ; but
was sorry tho gentleman had not
proposed amendments to (ho bill
Instead of outlining what another
bill might do. He did not believe
that nnywheie on tho globe except
here, a Supremo Court could bo
found which sits as an appellate
court on tho decisions of its own
members. That the Supreme Court
of thu Hawaiian Islands is respect
able is due not to the system, but to
the personnel of the Court. The
time hnd passed when the lands and
water rights of Hawaii were of little
value. The lands arc now valuable
and the water rights arc valuable.
And the time will come when nice
judicial decisions will be required
on land and water claims. The con
stitution provides for appeals, but
he claimed that thu present system
defeats itself, and there is practi
cal Jy no appeal. It had been ob
jected that thero is no work for
additional judges. He thought
there was work requiring the im
mediate attention of the judiciary.
The Kingdom needs a Practice Act.
There is no Practice Act, nor law
governing practice in the Supreme
Court of the Hawaiian Islands. A
prominent barrister of this city was
asked by the speaker what is the
practice here. His answer was:
"Just forget all that ever you heard
about practice, and then you will
have it about right." Ilu would
have judges reside on the other
islands, and hear cases there, in
stead of putting litigants to the cx
pensu of carrying their business to
Honolulu. The judges being dis
posed over tho islands, could meet
at staled times in Honolulu as an
Rep. Brown agreed with the re
marks of His Excellency the Attorney-General,
but could not ap
prove of the present bill, and with
drew his amendment to indefinitely
postpone the bill, in fnvor of a mo
tion to recommend a reference of
the same by the house to a select
Committee rose, and the house
resumed, when the chairman re
ported the recommendation of the
committee to refer the bill. The
report was adopted, and, a commit
tee was appointed, consisting of
Reps. Dole, Brown, Richardson,
Ivaulukoti and Minister Dare.
The house took up the Pension
Bill, and proceeded to discuss it,
when it was found that there was
not n quorum present.
Rep. Kaulukou moved adjourn
ment to Wednesday morning at 10
Continued on jhujc 2.
MM S. I. Co.,
rJ?lie J3est Koute
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, September 14th.
The steamer pastes along the entile
coast of the leeward side of Hawil. af.
fording tourists, a panorama of charm,
ing scenery, ami will stop at Keabikc.
kirn Ray, whore sufficient lime is allow,
ed to visit the Monument, of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punnluu
at G o'clock on tho day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
ves-el, making the entile passage in
smooth watei. At Punnluu theio is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom theio tourists will be conveyed
by lailroad to Pahnla. thence by stage
coach to Half. way House, wheio horses
and guides will bo in aUendanco to con
vey them to thu Vob alio.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano house.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHlty AHMITAGE,
A&unti 11 Williams' Photogiaph Gallery,
Fort slriot, or at the olllcu of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Esplanade. f :)70 Om
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel- &. Alnkou Hlrcct.
Open every Day and Evening,
Tho Library consists at tho present
time of over 1'Ivo Thousand Volumes.
Tho Reading Room is supplied with
about fifty of tho leading newspapers
and periodic ds,
A Pallor Is ptovlded for conversation
Terms of nu'inbctshlp, fifty cents a
mouth, payable quartet ly In advance,
Xo foimallly lequhed in joining except
signing Iho roll.
.Sttatigeis ft om foreign couiitilcs and
visitors from tho other Islands aio wol
t'omoto tho looms at all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
means of support except Iho dues of
members, It is expected that icsldcnts
of Honolulu who tlci-he to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and all ho fee
an iutoii'st in maintaining an Institution
of this kind, will put down their names
ami become icgular contributors,
,S. 11. DOLE. President,
M. M. SCOTT, Vice-President,
II. A. PAKMELEE, Secretary,
A. L. SMITH, Treasuicr,
O. T. RODGERS, M.D.,
Chairman Hull and Library Committee,
Must be Sold below Cost
Within the Next 30 Days!
Ladies' Bazar, 88 For! Street
to secure Bargains in
Trimmed nnd TJntrimmed Hats and Bonnets, Feathers,
. Plumes, Flowers, Velvets, J&ibbons, Plush, Ornaments '
and othor Millinery Goods,
I nim w hit I say, come m See for Yonrselyes !
1ST MRS. E. T. KKIDMORB, Manager the Milllncrv Department, will bo
f.,r,.b,n J?rnV?,t1C0 '"" '!" time, therefo.o ladies wish ng her to do any
inory work, would do well to call early. luy
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
New Goodn Uy
Just tpcoived, ex Lapwing, a large consignment of
Genuine German Cologne,
Prepared by Johann Maria Farina,
depute In MMili Celope, Germany.
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
P. 0. BOX 315.
General Business Agent.
Rcnl Estate Agent,
Wildei's Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington Railroad Agent
Blacksmith Work; gi " Carriage Building,
Painting and W v Trimming,
79 k 81 King Slreel, - - Olfl Rose Premises,
.Enti-unces lrom Kintr jimU Mox-clia.iit Sts.
Every desciiption of work in the above lines performed in a first-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
E5g-Bell Telephone, 107. -qaa (327 ly) (" Bell Telephone, 107. -0
JOHN ITT, 1. 8
pii i mii mm tu,i nx wt: r-m
Ml J1B.MW. '"IjmiL'lj j! I '
nna aaiiiMMi ifr-M'irnin rr -- mr-sji',?.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE arid RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
SHEET IRON WORK.
G. E. MILLER,
,Qoneral Business & Purchasing AtJcn'.
42 Merchant St., HonolnlD.
My most failhtul attention will be
given for tho ,
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tno residents of the
71 I snvnral Inlands nf thl gronn. fly
The White House,
No. XltiS Niuiunu Bti'uof,
Honolulu, II. I,
Private Family Hotel ; Terms Reason,
able; First-class Accommodations.
MRS. J. YIERRA, Proprietress.
Pacific Hardware Go., L'd,
HONOLULU, II. I.'
IVovelties in3L.aanp Goods,
A new Invoice of Lanterns. Kerosene nil of (b0 very
Rest Quality, Stoves, Ranges nnd Tinware.
FIRE-PROOF SUING L.1Q PAINT,
Recommended by Fire Underwriters or Snn Francisco,
etc , etc. An nctual Protection against Fire.
Harden Hand Grenades,
a. Dinnii ijor, 10 uioso uonsignment.
Full lines of Hardware, Agricultural implements, etc.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom House Broker,
Manager Hawaiian' Opem House,
,Fire nnd Life Insurance Agent.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods.
Received ex Zealandia,
70 Queen & F"rt Street Stores. ftf
WnDJER'S H. . CO.,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahulim, MauH
laoa Ray, Makona, Mahuknnn, Ka'
waihae, Laupahoehoo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all tha
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Saturday afternoon,
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