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Wine and Spirit Merchant,
Campbell Block, Merchant Street,
Keep! tliu IIucm
Best Brands of Ales, Wines, Spirits, etc,
In the Uity, aud oll'cis same for sale nt lowest llgrtnts
" Dolmonico" Champagne, "Cochct Blanc" Champagne,
Veuvo " Cliquot" do., " Ch. Tarro" do,, and other good brands,
" Century " Whiskey li tho gallon or doen,
Celery, Beef and turn; 1'uelllc Congioi Wntir, Nnpn Pol'is
Apolllnnrls Wnleri Clv'tnilc; UoKom Ginger AIp; Older;
Scotch, Irish and Kentucky WliMtlc-x; Biandlcmit nil guiles;
Ales, Beers and Stout, assorted Brands,
CALIFORNIA WINES, 20 DIFFERENT KINDS.
DSaS" All good dollverul piomptly to any put of the Clly. Gienl emu taken
in packing and shipping in other IsIiiihR
Mufunl 'Iclcphone, -IIS:
I. O. Bos, ,170.
Ninth GriMil Inventory Sale at tho Leading- Millinery
Jlonso of Chas. J. Fishel.
Item's of spu inl'inteiet to Buyers ot Seasonable
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
XJootN iiiul SIioow, Uutt- uiul CnpN, ctf.
We have just received 110 duys later than
contract call for, alamo invoice of
the cry bust make of LulicV French
Kid Shoes. By lca'on nl their late
arrial mcIismi notilhd the ninnufac
Hirer that we shall Fell ilium on bit
account at jus,t ONE-HALF ot the In
This Sale will continue until tho uitho
Stock has been disposed of.
Our 87 Shoes will be sold foi only
During tho net I!0 dajfe we will sell oui
$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 I)n ss Uood-i
in plaids, sliipe the newel pattern
will be sold at r0c on the 1.
A special fcatuic in oui Dit Goods
Department thib week will be the
40 Pieces of Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
lormer price, SI.
This is the grt.iUsl hugniu picscntid
by us this season in colored Dress
."0o on the ?1.
Emlji-oiclevieK and JLaeus,
Over 200 new paltuns h.nc been add
ed to oui nll-reaih nnintnse slock.
Fine Straws, Flowers,
Feathers. Ribbons, '
AND hjij. i.iMior
'HUMMED AMJ UMIMMMI D
Our 8 Parasols for .( 15
Our tflj Parasols for I :i.i
Our 'j.'i I'aiaholi for $2 tj.
Our !?!! l'.uusoU for ?i
We have a lew Children's l'ai.isols
wliieh wo will ollei loi ,ri() in m li.
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early and Secure yonr Bargains.
CHAS, J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millineiy
A Large ami Elegant Stock of Jlisses and Cluldi en's Spring Heel Shoes of all
Mc.s. Alto, a Splendid Slock of
Cents' and Boys' Boots and Shoes.
tMn&Pvim?$ixSl ifCS' lEtTr' "'ln" '' '' ' "'uii'i' i m ti irwri nw mw iiiniiiitiii'ariirrtrjTP
lill'OUTKKS AND DUALKltb IN
6-roceries, Provisions and Feed,
KAST COHNEH 1'OJIT AND KING STltKE'J'ft.
1'Vesh CnlHoT.fla V.,w(1 VJ':uVC'y c',lt:Uel ium ,1,l) Kaetcr Stales and Europe
1'resliLa lfornia I'loducoby (eiy Steamer. Al orders faithfully attended to.
ami Goods delivered to any part of tho city free of charge. Ma ml order" "oil
t-Jiid. hatislauion guarantttd. J'crt OlUtc JJos 145. TeTeplione No. W. 108 ly
100 1 in
30 BAYS !
is iiita g I S23
CARTAVRIGHT & WAREX'S
foi Ladies, Gcnls and ( lnhliui at
COeon Ihe 1.
Our Ooc Balbiig.m Vest is e.tiu good
No such opportunity to purchase tlic-e
world.itnownul goods at half piiee
in pos'ibly occui again this season
168 GeillS' $12 Sills.
Coat, Vest and Pants for only $6 00.
'I lie Gnatest Bingain evci olleicd in
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2.
FOK3IEK PRICE, 7 en.
'lhesc are all tiinimid nirely and well
10 Muds of Choice Punts for 1.
lOyaids or if wide Cotton for ?1,
1 1 j aids of Unbleached Cotton foi si,
'112 dn of Gents' line Xeckwuu, at ."0c
on me i?i,
118 do of Gmls' Summer Underbills
at 2fic ni h, w oi th .IOC
Cent's White Shirts
W o elnnn to hae the Jarcist and
mo-t foniplete Stock in this city, the
vuy best make and tho ery lowest
Eveiv Shirt wan anted LINLN
BO&OM, LlXi:N OUFI'b and GOOD
Oui 2 CO Shirt we will sell for 00
da.H only at $ 45 each, whenever
bought by single one or 10 do7ui at tho
!i()0 do of Mackinaw lints at R0c cadi,
Oui ?2 fO Hats we will sell at SI 05,
f!S Pninn o,.il lnnl- ot ilium ITn,. .....1
you cannot lc-ist from bujing.
I Oui entire line of llosierv will be sold
! at fiOo on tiio 1,
Infants' Short Dics'cs, Canibiic-Xan-i
Mink stylishly made and timitnul
j fiom 60c up.
The ladies will Appreciate the fol
AiaLiie, at 2.r.c a do, foimci price, 50c.
Clunille, at 25c a do, foimtr pii( e.COj.
inn c"i, ) aim y.i rompoms will be
sold dm iugtlii' ne.M EOdajs foi .SI CO
)ii df en.
House, coinei Foit and Hotel saieces.
clTYeE & BRO,
mx gij UUJJn.
'JL'ESDAY, SEPT. il. 188G.
M')t1IOL'M)lN((S COJ'.'AKUt) W.'ll
VII K III'.Al) s'A.
to I'nic llictc : to i'V
''.oiliei rtnv nail C
liui"? as in
Dpi It Viiilox is cn'ly liy'ow Uio
It'Vc' of lilt' s(.i. 'JYfi .dtusi )'bCI-
vm.oiis sli iv iltut n eonbiduralnc
)ortion lies below beu-lcvul. At
Hie lowest point it is 1 10 feet below
the level of the ocean. This is nt a
place about tw only miles boiilbcnst
ol Pi'miiicu etude' 'l'iiis dcpiussitMi
c.'cIlmhIs noilli .nitl bontli lor a dis
tiinuc of b'Mcen or eighteen miles.
'J'lie yi mi ' w -'veil by the Evglo
Dora:: Coiiijian;' is seventy feet
below sea-'ov el. 'L'iiis is four miles
west of the deepest deptession. Tliu
tlepiession at Ueatli Valley is, bow
ever, far above that at Hie Der.d
ben. the smfaue of which is l,!)li
feel below the lev el of Ihu Alcdilcr
lanenn. The sin roiiiidiii;;s of Lieut.
a neb show eil the Dead Sea to bo
'2 US fathoms, or about thiiteen bun
dled feet deep in the deepest patt ;
theielote, Weie its walcis" evapo
itJutl, as weie those thai once cov
eted Death Valley, there would
e::ist a depiession '2,012 feet below
sea-level. Iiut at the Dead .Sea
H eat allitude does not e.ist side by
side with gieat depression, as at
Deatli Valley. The cliffs, to Judea,
on tliu west of the Dead Sea, ate
but liom one thousand to one tliou
sai"' live bundled feet hiyh, while
oi be erst the Mountains of Moab,
wlauli etc a continuation of the
Pauian Itaiigu, liaM! in peaks lb:t
use to a height exceeding lluee
.ousand feel. At Death Valley,
i o j j", but iilleen miles away
t i!ie lowest pail, r'ses on the
W t Telescope Peak, which has an
. I'll tide of 10,1)07 feet ahotescr.
'et aad 1 1.07 feet above the
' i-eu 'oine i(lea of Hie depth of
e j: Icm of Death Valley we have
it't o obseive the atiilucle of si't
: ' ic bij" olaecs thai rnperr to be
e i-uieiablu depiessions. Thus
A - hoe Lake is .".000 feet above
si. -le"', Mono Lake, G,3.)l); Yose
ir ii Ynllr j)reenls the appeaianee
0 ;ie.'t demession, ,et it is -1,000
feU ;iio' the level of the sea; and
; o u n to 'loints In the eastwatd of
l)c. h "Wiley, en the Colmado iicr,
."li nt f'e lowest ;oiin, in the sur-loi'n-
"ifiiii'iy, we find that the
nio t!i of Hie Vei-rs Wash is 7IJ0
feci : ' oe se:'-Ieel. and the mouth
of the J.'io Vii;oii 800. Allhoiigh
we ':iM'"ieu 1 10 feel as tiie lowest
,)o it in Deatli Valley. Col. 1J. S.
' -o", in his lcpoil on the
.' 'o.yofC Mfoinia, in: l;es it 17.1
4jct be'ow sea-lovcl.
JMioindi r tbeniy legion enough,
ei- liol in sumniL'i, it is by no
me i-. the fee fid place that many
lre ileeiibuil it as bei". Death
Vc 'eyno'ier i- sdioul thii'y miles
1 03 and tea miles wide; th'eiefore
weie ' in u -lU'ccd bi the middle of
il be woeld liave to tiael only
cbout the m'les to lefeli the hills by
wli'cii it is siiuounded.
l'uinace eieek, nienlioned above,
viiisb named for tliu icason Hint
lieic weie found tliu mills offtu
naces. used by Ihc JMoinious during
litiuiui Mil's AdminisUation in 1857
for Mii-dlMiy lead foi bullets. His
eft'd thai the lead mbies at this
pli'-o weie known to ihe Judians
loii'4 befcre any whites weie in tho
eoui)li. The veins, which ate of
aigentiforous galena, aie found in
the fce ot an almost peipendieular
c ilf, and aie fiom one to five feet
in width. The week has its soiuee
in Dudley Spiings, and has a volume
of alv ut one bundled inches of
walei. In the distance of four or
five miles, however, this How sinks
in the sands and ia lost.
The place wlieie the immigrants
lo-st their lives in 1850 is not in
Deatli Valley, but at Lost Wagons
Springs, on the noitherii bolder of
the valley. Man' lemains and
wiecks of wagons still lie shewn
(bout these springs, the water of
which is Mi'ongly alkaline.
oDme wiileis have described
Deatli Valley as being almost as
fatal to life as was Unit which sur
lounded the fabled upas tiee in tho
Island of Java, asseiti ig that birds
that attempt t fly fne'r the valley
drop dead. A Mr. Hawkins of
Caliloi nia seems to Imvo bomo faitli
in tills story. He bays: "It lias
been staled that biids attempting to
11 y acioss Uio aIloy dtop dead.
While the writer cannot verify this
by 'Cidar proof, ho has picked up
at different times two little biids
whose bodies woie still cjulle wann,
having evidently just diopped
dead." Hawkins also bays: ''The
dryness of Ihe air is so excessive
that moisture is witbdiawn from the
body faster than it tan bo .supplied
thioimh the system, Pinni tjijs
cause ficqiient cases of death have
oct'iined when water was plenty,
but w deh could not be drunk fa'bt
enough lo btipply the diniu caused
by the dessicsuivo power of tho dry,
hot air," Wo bliull not dispute
what Mr. Hawkins says of the
death, bill wo cannot agreo with
him nb to the eausu. Wo are of tho
opinion that owing to the lapld
evaporation if tho large quantities
of water drank the poisons of whom
ho speaks were fro.en to deatli.
Dayton, Nov., Ncwslfopoiler.
Gen. Lew. Wallace is meditating
over a new novel, the bccno of whjcli
is to be laid in Northern Africa,
A ROYAL WEDDINQ DRESS IN COURT.
The Duo de Monlpon Jcr cannot
but be nwnre of tho prejudice his
saving hrbils lirvc cicrlct1 ovarii
Jilin and his wifo In their ivi by with
Queen Isabella. The m. -ivgu of
his sou and flic inf.'.ii a gave bint a l
op'ioilunity, oi which he thought
politic to avail himself, of apnea -big
nioicgcni'ious than he is credited
vrith no ,i'j. lie tJieiefoiu pioposed
lo glte Utc I'o.val biide her wedding
dioss. This.' nieiil, aeiouliiig to
precedent, would, lite moment the
infanta doffed il, lie sent as an
cx-voto offering to the Virgin of
the Atocha, wheic, all Madrid
would see that the Duu de
Montpensier is able to spend
fiecly when theie is occasion for
free uxpondituio. However, bo has
managed to spoil the impiessiou
which his gift was intended topic
(luce, if we aie to believe what we
licar ft om Madrid. When ordering
the di ess lie was either not clear
enough in his directions or bad to
"do with a ttadesman too stupid lo
understand him. A lawsuit is,
thcrefoic. pending about il. Fioui
motives of patriotism and policy the
infanta's trousseau was to be
furnished entirely by Madrid liadc
people. A Woit'h of the Calle de
Cannon, was chaigcd by the Due de
Montpensier lo piovide the bridal
dress. J'oi'nt tin Jinixdh. which
is the cheapest of the eiy costly
laces, and can lie made the most
lapidly, was to be used in the
flounces and veil. A pattern was
chosen thai could not be executed
for less than -10,000 Irancs. Hut in
addition the illustrious father ol
Prince Antonio suggested the in in
duction into the design, not only of
the aims of .Spain, but of Ihe twelve
kingdoms into which hnain was
ft unci ly divided. The Undcstnnn
of the Calle de C.iimen went lo
Ibussels, to bee theie to the execu
tion of the older, because lie knew
the Duo de Montpeiibier lo be veiy
fastidious in judging of meichandiso
for which he had to pa.v. The moie
solid tissues to which the flounces
weie lo be attached weie piepaied
with the same cue. and a diess that
was peifeclly marvelous was the
lesult. It was in oveiy way vvoilhy
not only of the infanta, but of the
queen of heaven, for whom il was
ultimately destined. As a good ic
ligious Spaniaid should, the trades
man of the Calle de Cat men ncvei
foi got that the bridal lobe was
eventually to sen e as a gainient lo
Hie Viigin Maiy. He won! 1 not for
Wi rids have provided anything which
o uild n .1 have been pioieily pie
senledto Neiiklra Senoui. Well,
the infanta was oveijojed at the
beauty of the ga"incnt when she
tried it on foi the last time, but the
Due de Montpensier objected to the
bill, v.'hieh came lo a t. tal of
120,000 francs. He piolcstcd against
what stiuck him as impudent extor
tion. In Spain every beggar, much
les ever' tradesman, thinks himself
a gentleman. .The one in the Calle
de Cannon ilaied t'p at the insult
which he c neeived the Due oifeied
him. He wab asked t . establish his
leciitudc by pioducing the lliusse's
inv :ce, but he lefused, with scoin.
t i coinj ly. However, he would nol
keep back the addtessof Ihellelgirn
house through which he acted in,
employing Hie lace-woikers who
inrt'c the flounces and veil. 'J he
Due could, if ho liked, nsceilnin
llieio what a m etched pdllt Madiu
lino liade leaped through the trans
action when the changes in the
design were made. The haste in
which they weie executed incieased
the expense. Alt igethcr, itwaaie
piesented that the cost of maiiuiec
tuie was two-lhirds gi eater than the
original estimate. However, the
liadesman would picfer any loss
rather than pass W being dis
hpnoied. What he pioposcd,
ler.rn from a fji.a.nlsh somce, was
the payment of 80,000 funics for
the lace, or the letuin of the veil
and flounces. Mnc ordinary lace
could be piocured at Madrid 'within
the price the Due thought sulllcicul.
Ala dibtuncc it wuhl look on the
infanla as well as any other, and if
the Due de Montpensier chose to in
sult our lady of the Atocha by
offering her something cheap and
tiumpory, that was hisrffair.
As the Due was not a bom
Spaniard he pcihaps might bo pai
doned for taking a btisiuobs view ol
what was a purely sentimental mat
ter, JJtit ilie tradesman had too
deep a respect for his own dignity
and that of tho queen of heaven to
be mixed up in the matter. The
upshot of the dispute was a lawsuit,
which is just the soit f one to in
tciest Spaniaids deeply. Tho idea
is that nothing can be good enough
for the Virgin of the Atocha, in
embroidering a petticoat for whom
Perdinand VII. passed Hie closing
yeais pf his life. As he iiiaiiied
four limes ho gave ier four w edding
diosses, each of which was as irmgiiit
ilccnt as human hands could inako
il. The Court to which tho Woith
of the Calle do Canuoii applied ailed
that ho was to be given at once
10,000 francs, and tho other 10,000
francs if he showed that the inlio
duction of the arms of the twelve
nations of old Spain into the design
caused a serious change in tho price
Spaniaids are horrified at the idea
of limbs of law lingering tho bridal
dress of an infanta, which now forms
pait of the Virgin's vvardiobe. The
wholo alfair is beautifully illustra
tive of tho hosilaiioy ami thrift of
tho Duo do Montpensier (tho rich
est member, perhaps, in Euiopo of
the Uoyal caste) and of high-flown
Spanish sentiment. (Paris Coir.
hi I lie volume of "Hiekensiiinn,"
Hecnll.v piiblbhed in London, theie
i ; leleieuee to an amusing blunder
of v (I'ltmaii eiitic, who giavely
sj-ted Ihul "the absiudities o'f
KngiMi pioiniiieialion ate well ox
lnh ted in thu ease of the vvoid
'Ho,.' v.liieh it pionouneed 'Dick
ons.' " In Ibis volume sue leprinled
the e. ilertd passages liom Arntcn
tin, rj'itt)' which show that Sam
Wcller's story of the nuillbis is not
Wellerian at all, the genuine one
being contained in llosvv ell's "John
son ;" tint Sam's "Plcel" story of
the pijionei who, on being tlucat
ened to be locked outside, trembled
violently uiul mjvei vunluicd out of
thu prison gales afleiwatd. wnspub
li'shud in Tn-Mifior in 1821, and
is, in point of fact, "a well-known
Jou Miller;" and that Fagin is but
the piolotypc of Wotlon. To crown
all, the fending contributors to
Nolvi nii(i Qie)let have discoveied
that Mr. Pickwick's celebrated
tiouvaillu the stone inscribed with
13111 Stumps, his maik" was so
fully and aceuialuly described in
77te Aim mi I JUijhtlr for 1771 that
no loom for speculation on the score
of "coincidence" is left.
The United States Government is
the most prolific publisher in the
woild, having printed over 7,000
distinct woiks; the annual output
being at Ibis time no fewer than
1,000 titles. In the book of esti
mates for the next fiscal year, just
sent lo Congress, 81,380,231.88 is.
asked for wages alone. There are
on the pay-ioll 400 compositors,
besides old men and managers.
Fifty pioof-readeis aie steadily em
ployed, besides to pressmen, 115
picss feeders, and 3 1 iiiling-machine
feedcis. The estimates call for
10,0,000 i earns of printing paper, or
"Wheie aie ou going so fast,
old man?" demanded John Smith.
"Home, sir, home; don't detain me.
Ihaejiist bought my wife a new
hat, and I must deliver it befoic the
At Reduced Prices.
Water White & Standard
J. T. WATBRIIOUSE.
Inter-Islanfl S. I. Co.,
IOIxg Best Xfcoiite
to the Woild Itenowncd
'I In; new and ttauiicli
Steamer W. G. HaU
Leaves I'oiioluluat 10 o'clock a.m. on
FRIDAY, September 21th.
The fteuuer pas-e? along the eutiio
coast of die leeward hide of Ilawiit, nf.
fording tourists a panoianui of chaim.
ing fcceneiv, and will slop at Kenluke.
knit Hay, wlieie biiflleient lime is allow,
ed to visit ihe Monument of Captain
Tourists by ihis ionic reach Puiialuu
at n o'clock on the d.i.v after leaving
Honolulu, being oui,) one night on the
vessel, making the cnlire passge in
binoolh walei. Al Punabiu theie is tliu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom tbeiu lonrists will lie conveyed
liyi.ilboad to I'aliala. thence by btage
coach to)Ialf.wny Houi-e, wlieio horses
and guides will lie m uilemhiiice to con
vey them to the Voh ano.
Touiisls will have two nights and one
whole day at Ihe Volcano House.
Tickets tor the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHKY ARMITAGC,
Aguit, at Williams' I'hoiogiapli Galb ry,
Fort slnet, oi al the oilier of Hie 1. I S
N. Co,, Lilnnad(i. iiO Om
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Hoiln, I.einoiiadc, Faifaparlllu,
Fiult Si ups mid Ktsentuj and
made frmn Hie puio Apple, ull ol which
wo giiaianteu lo be thu lie,t.
Jfiy We al.o iavllu ixiiticn intending
Htailtng Elorib foi tliu Hile of hid
drinks and wishing Inimtnlu supplies,
to call on us lielore going elsewhere.
Ill Crystal Sola Works,
P. O. Hox 8S7, Honolulu.
ust be Sold below Cost
Within the Next 30 Days I
to secure Bargains In
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets, Feathers,
Plumes, Flowors, Volvots, Hibbons, Plush, Ornaments
and other Millinory Goodo,
Alto, ehoirese lietion of Corsets Ladles', MIuvcb' and Children's Hmlr rv, Under
wear of nil kinds, and ninny other goodR loo numcioiis to name.'
I mean what I say, come aai See for Yoarselves !
I-. J?rVM,J' E,C.T- sTIDiyH' jrm,",Sl!r '" MIlHneir Donnrlmcnt, w ill 1,0
leiiv ng foi ban Fr.uiol-co In a sliort time, therefore Indies wUliInc hci to do anv
niury worn, wouiii no well lo call early.
RflRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
Just received, ex Lapwing,
by Jolinnn Maria I
Prepared by Jolinnn Maria Fauna,
Gepiler flem JUiMett Colope, Germaiiy.
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street. -
i. . WIS!
General Business Agent.
Ca.iiiilcll Bloclc, -
Real Estate Agent,
w unci b bteamsliip Agent,
uieai miriingtou liailrond Agent
Blacksmith Work : . - Carriage Building,
Painting and W" Trimming,
79 & 81 King Street, - - Old Rose Premises,
JEivtvjiiiceK Ix'om Itiiij; uiul lei-oliiiut SIh.
Every desciiption of work in the above lines peiformed in a lirst-clnss manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
1ST Bull Teh phone, 1G7. -Qja (387 ly) $g- Bell Telephone, 1G7. -a
I0TT, lo. 8 KaaHManu
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
0. 1. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Asent.
42 Merchant Si, HmbIiHl
My inol fnlthltil alien ion vvili.be
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu lor tliu residents of the
7l Ritvcral Tsbuidw nf Mil gr"'in. 'lv
The White House,
OVo. US JNimumi Stiiiet,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel j Terms Reason,
abloj FirBt-elnss Atcoinmouatlons.
MRS. J.VIERHA, Proprietress.
HONOLULU, H. I.
IVoveltien iuLamp GroodLs,
A new Invoice of Lintcrrs. Kerosene rin 0f ihe very
Lest Quality, Hnrve, Kantr mid Tinware.
FIRE-PKOOP S.11INGLE PAINT,
RecomniPiidcd by Fnc Undnrvvrilcis of tan Francisco
etc , etc. An actual Protection against Klre
Harden Hand Grenades,
,- ,, A Smn, Ij0li l0 CIose Consignment.
l'lill lines of llnidware, Agrlouhuial Implement', etc.
a large consignment of
- Honolulu, II. I.
Custom House Broker,
Manager II iwniianlOneia IIoue.
Fire nml Life Insurance Akcdi.
"'""""ih ii i mi n
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zenlnndia,
J. T. Waterliquse's
70 1 Queen & Fort Street Stores, tf
WILDEK'S H. S. CO.,
Leaves Honolulu euch Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lnlialna, Muinl
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walbae, Lnupuhoehoo mid HIlo.
Returning, will touch at all (be
alovo ports, arriving at Honolulu
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