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WEDNESDAY, SUIT. 22. IHftO.
Stnir Jas Mnkec from Knunl
Sclir Nettie Men 111 fiom Hawaii
Sclir Iliilcaknlii from Pepeokeo
Sclir Walchu tor Walaime mid Knuat
Stun- U K llibhop for lltunakiia
VESSELS LEAVING TG-W.0Sr.0W.
Fehr Ehiikal for Walalim
Schr llalcakuhi for Pepeokeo
For Kahulul. per stnir Llkcllke, Sept
21 Mi 8 W O Atw liter. Ml" Mnlknl
Napoleon, Mis 11 P ltuldwln. .T ti Piu
is, Capt 11 Reynolds. Kev Father Syl
vester, A lluiba, C A Yorlok, W Eekart,
and about 81) deck.
For ICatinl, per stuns Iwal.uil, Sept
.21 lion S 11 Dole, V II Wee. Clnis W
.Spitz, E KriiPu, Mrs Willing, Mrs J Al
.hui and about 80 deek.
t Fiom Kauai, per htnir Jus Makeo,
.Sept 22 It A Maetle, O K Stlllinon,
wife and child, J Hull and wife. Mis W
CAncFES"FROM ISLAND PORTS.
fitmr Makee 230 sugar, 1,722 paddy
and 11)5 inobis-ses.
The Hammoiila has received oue side
of new planking which Is now belug
VESSELS IN PORT.
Japanese man-of-war Tsukuba, Fukus-
Ilk Isle of Erin, Jas Inksler
Am bk Edward May, Johnson
Ugtne Consuelo, Cousins
llKtne Plauter, Veirlniau
Am yacht Ilntnhilde, Phelps
Bk Forest Quecii, Winding
SUnr Geo W Elder, from San Fran
cisco, due hcie Sept 2.ird.
Ameiieau baik Saranae, fiom New
York. s.illedJuly 13th, due here Nov. 18
:!0. to Catlc & Cooke.
Gcr bark Paeillc, Oltmaii, from lire
men, due Sept 20-30, to Sehaefer & Co.
JJiit bark W II Walon, from Llver
pool, called June 9th, due lieie Oetobei
jJCtu-Nov Ul, to Sehaefer & Co.
Brit ship Anmir.i, bailed fiom London,
.April Ctb, and from Madeira April 24th,
.due here Angiibt 21-31, to G. W. Mac
Jarlaue & Co.
I5i it bark Iioiu-rag, sailed from Liver
pool, Jnne 5th, due'hero October 23id
JSTov 1st to Davie-. & Co.
Am bk .Martha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed froili Boston Augut 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer it Co.
Haw bk Thomas R. Foster, F W
Jtugg, from Newcastle, X S W, due
Nov 15, to Biewer & Co.
Am bktno Euieka, fiom Sun Fran
cisco, due here Oct lbt, to Hackfeld it
llrit bark Glengaber, Itolleton, from
Liverpool, due heie, Jan 15-31, to
Davies it Co.
Am bktnc S X Castle, Hubbard, from
Tort Blakely. due here Dec Ifith, to
Castle Ai Cooke.
Am bark Caibarien, Perkins, from
San Franeiser), due at Mahukono, Sept
30th. at Honolulu hi Ootr to Castle &
Am schooner W S Bowne, Paul, from
San Francisco, duo here Oct 1-8, to
Sehaefer it Co.
Am bark Martha, Fisher, fioin Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lere Jau 13-00,
to Sehaefer it Co.
Am bktue Ella, Rut, from San Fran
cisco, due here Sept 25th, to Brewer &
Brit bark Lady Lanipson, Marston,
from the Colonies, duo here in Feb, to
Brewer it Co.
Am bark Hope, Penballow, from Port
'Tojviisoiid, due here Oct 15th,toLcwers
Am steam schooner Surpribc, from
iSan Francisco, due here Sept 20-25 to
(Davies & Co.
LOCAL & GENERAL. NEWSl
The Honolulu .Rifles meet for drill
" Bismark " visited the Brunbilde
this morning but it is not known if
the visit was an oflicial one.
A i.augi: nnd impoitant sale of
jcweliy will shortly bo held in Hono
lulu, of which duo notice will bo
given to the public.
Ninctuen ladies visited the- Kariio
lani bath-housd yesterday, and en
joyed a )lungo in the smooth and
About 50 tons of Mr. Frank
Cooke's feitilizera will be taken to
Kapaa plantation, by the schooner
Waiehu, this' afternoon.
When any notable- Chineso are to
figure in the Police Court, an interest
is manifested in their welfare by
The People's Ice and Refrigerating
company udveitibo a monthly divi
dend of One Dollar per sharo payable
at the company's ollico to-morrow.
Chinese carpenters are at work
constructing hunks for the Chineso
fcteerago passengeis by the biuk Ed
ward May, next Saturday, for Hong
kong, A gentleman who lives 'near tho
comer of School and Emma streets
says he will shoot all the dogs in that
noighboihood, if they don't stop yell
ing at night.
On account of the teaman's strike
at San FriincUeo, the steam schooner
Suipriso wab unable to bail before the
10th IiiBtj and bho may have been de
tained until the 15th.
The plans and specifications of a
new building to bo erected on tho
Mto of tho burnt out portion of Uio
Mechanic's Baar on Foit btieot, aro
out and open for tho inspection of
buildeis nnd contractor.
The Opposition paity in tho Legis
latuio lacks tho piesenee of sovcuil
of its most founidublo members,
among whom may bo numbered
tho Hon. Godfrey Rhodes, Hon. II.
A. Wideniunn and Hon, 8. B. Dole.
A r'unsE containing money was
jiicked up on Hotel street this morn
ing. The loter n proving the find
can have the sumo by calling on Mr.
X. F. Btirgets.
Tin: three holes in the bridge jut
this fide of the Pali, t-uokuii of in thin
paper, Monday evening, were mended
yeUetdny by Mr. Halt, Bond Super
viior. The 6iilo of fancy work at the
Roman Catholic tchool yesterday
was well attended nnd went oil' fairly
well, the remit afl'ording great ploa
Ftiro to the Sisters of thu Paered
Heart, the promoters of the fair.
Geoiiok Glendon appeared befoio
the Chief Justice yesterday on a
chargo of giobs cheat. It was ordered
that venue bo changed from the
Thiid Judicial Court to thu Supreme
Court, October term. Mr. W. A.
Whiting appealed for Glendon.
" Bhuniiii.de " was one of the
heroines of the Xibelungenlied, the
most important of the ancient Ger
man epics. She figured pioininontly
in thu scene laid about the Kliino
dining the time of Attila, the Htm.
Wugner'n tiilogy, "The Bing of the
Xibelungen," is based on this epic.
Tub German schooner Mary C.
Bohni, that was purchased by the I.
I. S. N. Co., is yet on the Maiine Bail
way. She will receive 10 inches ad
ditional keel, which will make in all
24 inches of keel. The schooner has
a few worm-eaten planks to be re
lieved of, and replaced by new ones.
She has a good bow and bottom, but
is too full aft, and will never make u
Captain D. O. Killman, who came
hero as chief ollicer of the steamer
V. G. Hall, and who remained on
that vessel for sometime, is now mas
ter of the bark Atahmta, which arrived
here ye'sterday, 27 days! from Port
Towntend. Captain Killman has
many friends in Honolulu who will
be pleased at his pi amotion. The
Ataiantii,itinay be remenibeied, went
ashoic here some 10 or 14 ycais ago;
the time when dipt. Brown was tow
The Hon. S. B. Dole left on a visit
to Kauai yesteiday.
This evening the Hawaiian -Band
will borenade Hon. J. L. Kaulukou,
Marshal of the Kingdom, at his resi
dence. The Hon. AV. C. Parke attained
his sixty-fifth year yesterday. The
ex-Marshal looks hale and hearty,
looking none the worse for having
faithfully served the Government
for thirty-four years.
A COMING RECEPTION.
His Excellency Governor Dominis
has ordered the band to play at the
house of Mr. P. C. Jones, Nutianti
Avenue, to-morrow (Thursday)
evening, in honor of his guest His
Excellency II. A. P. Carter, Ha
waiian Minister Plenipotentiary and
Envoy Extraordinary at Washing
ton. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will open
their house from 7:30 to 11 o'clock,
and will be pleased to see any of
Mr. Carter's friends who desire to
call upon him at that time.
DONNDTTAR CASTLE SAILORS.
Harry Weeks and Harry Thomp
son, sailors of the wrecked hark
Dunnottar Castle, when spoken to
at the Sailors' Home this noon 'said
that they were very thankful for the
kind treatment they had received,
not only from the British Govern
ment representatives, hut fiom others
who gave them nourishing articles
of food, when they were weak. The
two sailors mentioned also said thnt
they would like to find work here,
and arc willing to do anything.
They would, they said, be sent to
San Francisco or to the Colonies by
the British Government,' if they
wished, but as they have no home,
this place is as good as any, if the'
can only procure work.
MR. DICKEY'S REPLY.
Editoii Bulletin : You have
found fault with me for asking the
Deputy Collector for an inspection
of the Custom House Books. Your
editorial surprises me. Surely the
books of the Government are open
to the inspection of the Legislature.
They appoint their Finance Com
mittee to make such inspection, I
am a member of that committee and
as such have the right of inspection
of aiy book in any department, I
feel sure. In fact I have not been
refused such inspection ' by any
ollicer in any department until now,
although I have made examinations
alone in every department. In fact
almost all examinations have been
made by me alone since the first few
weeks of the session, as the other
members of tho committee have
been busy on other committees, and
have tacitly left tho examination of
accounts to me. The registrar of
accounts, the head cleik of the In
terior, and all other inferior officers
of the Government, (except the.
Collector, and his deputy in this
case), have not only cheerfully ac
corded mo every facility for examin
ation, but in fact have courted the
In the minority report of tho Fi
nanco Committee presented during
the first weeks of the session, wo
rebcrved tho right to make a further
report on the departments then re
ported on. I do not see how 1 can
do bo if I am denied access to the
books. C. II. Dickkv.
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 1886.
Miss Rose Kiugsley, tho daughter
of Charles Kiugsley, is to become"
one of the editors of a new English
magazino for young people.
Kan has had its share of rain of
Into, 8 10-100 inches is this month's
rainfall up to date. The land lias
put on its queen mantle, nnd smiling
faces can be seen again. The long
continued ti ought lias been a bcrious
thing fur, the plantation, not only in
ils effect on the cane, but for the
large numbers of slock that have
died owing to the want of feed.
Pahala school opened on Monday
13th inst., with a good attendciicc
of scholars, although the notice
given was short, the dully average
attendence for the week was forty
one; Miss Fcmicll has ehtuge of
the school at present.
Theie has been some trouble with
the Japanese laborers on the Naa
lchu plantation. From the news
arriving here, it appears that five of
the men stayed away from work,
and on being arrested, the whole
gang struck work, and started for
the Manager's house, armed with
sticks, pieces of iron &c, as if with
the intention of attacking the place ;
but through the admirable coolness
and tact displayed by Mr. Center,
the Manager, this was avoided, and
in the end tho gang were taken be
fore the district judge at Waiohlnti,
The II. A. Co. nre at present en
gaged in making a third reservoir at
a high altitude, to which they arc
laying pipes from a large spring in
the mountain. This will be the
highest reservoir on the plantation,
and from it water can be taken to
any point where cane is growing.
With three reservoirs in use, little
or no catting of cane to the mill will
be necessary in future. The flumes
will carry it all.
Pahala, Kau, Sept. 18, 188G.
Sept. 20, 188C.
The sale of Girvin's stock of dry
goods and general merchandise will
take place next week, Wednesday
On Friday night last an attempt
was made to burn down the Skating
Kink, north sido of Wailuku bridge.
Kerosene oil was thrown on the
roof, and a fire built under the edge
of the building. An old native living
among the taro patches, saw it and
gave the alarm. An old woman and
a little half-white boy extinguished
the fire. The boy climbed up on
the roof, and with water passed to
him he subdued the flames. A
kerosene oil tin found near the spot,
was evidently used to throw the oil
on to the roof. Bc3'ond a few rafters
being slightly charred, there was no
damage done. The timely work
done by the old woman and boy
prevented a great conflagration. The
owner of the building is an old wo
man named Kamaka. According to
her statement, she has no enemies
that she knows of. She is an old
Wednesday, Sept. 22nd.
Kaili and Joe contributed $G each
Wailua (w.), for disturbing quiet
of the night, forfeited bail of 810.
Wan Nee Chong Hook and Yong
San, remanded from 21ston a charge
of assault and battery, entered a
plea of not guilty.
Kinney & Peterson and W. R.
Castle for defendants.
Ah Fat testified to being beaten
by the three defendants on the lGth
instant in the neighborhood of the
Two additional witnesses corro
borated the testimony given by Ah
Wan Nee denied being nt the place
where the ellegcd assault took place.
Yung Sang also gave similar testi
mony, also stating that he did not
see Wan Nee that night or that day.
(Case being continued).
A printer don't rush to the doctor
every time he is out of "sorts."
Nor to the baker when he is out of
"pi." Nor to the wood pile when
he wants a "stick." Nor to the
bible when he wants a good "rule."
Nor to the gun shop when he wants
a "shooting stick." Nor to the
cabinet shop when he wants "furni
ture." Nor to the bank when ho
wants "quoins." Nor to a girl when
he wants a "prees." Nor to a law
yer when he has "a dirty case."
Nor to a butcher when he wants
"phat." Nor to a pump when he's
dry and has ten cents in his pocket.
GOOD NATIVE SALKaMAN.
Apply at tho Bulletin Office.
ASSISTANT BOOK KEEPEIt AND
Collector. A competent young
man of good character, willing to ucccpt
a small Biliary at commencement, can
gecuru a desirable opening bv inlilrcfeH
ing Post' Office Bo No, 351, Hono
lulu, II. I., stating ugo, expcriLiicc, sal.
ury required mid reference. None other
IIE ICE CREAM PARLOUS form,
erlv ncuutilul liv Mellcr ii llalbe-
havu bcou re.onened In the undersigned,
Private rooms liuio been lilted up. Hist
quality of lee Cream and Candle.
Mutual Telephone No. 287. 'M Jw
A young man of German and
native parcuiiuic, named Aiuu&t
Hurilng. has opened an engraving
establishment in a little shop on
Foit street, nearly opposite the
Pantheon Stables. lie has In various-
luucs of embellishment many
cmoantit oi laments engraved in
tare artistic style. One cup beats
nvcry piesmtablu 1 keness or the
Ameiieau Minister, Mr. Meirlll,
also r. pre-enluiiuns of the United
Siates arms and of the Kind's house
at Komi, besides a locoanut grove.
Another not so far advanced under
the giaver has a portuut of Mrs.
Mcin 111, recognizable at lit st sight,
very finely engraved. A third shows
pictures of Emperor William of
Germany, King Kalakaua, Cook's
monument, and a sea view at Kona.
An egu-shaped nut-slicel has His
Majesty and Cook's monument. A
A large round shell has engravings
of Kamchamelm, from the statue;
Kamehameha in a spear-catching
bout; Waiakca Bay, Hawaii; and
the hula dance. The artist has
made some elegant vases for Queen
K.ipiolani, also cocanut wine cups
chased with giape 'vines and clus
ters. What is vcrj' remarkablo is
that Herring has acquired all this
skill without a teacher. He certainly
has claims to a share in the appro
priation for educating Hawaiian
youths abroad. 37 3t
C J. FibHEL is selling 20 yards of
good prints for $1. 38
AitTisis' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stietchere, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art storo. 3G Gt.
rUKE, ItlCII AND ONLY
FRESH ICE CREAM
EVERY DAY AT
HORN'S Steam randy Factory and
Bakery & Ice Cieam Rooms. 27
Dh. Flint's HeaiIt Remedy i a
Specific for all tonus of Heart Dis
ease and al.-o for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle, Benton Smith &
Co., Agents. 3154
Pathonize Home Industry by buy
ing cigais of J. W. llingley, Cigar
Manufacture!, at the Crystal Soda
Woiks, wheu he is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. -The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no licence is required" to
sell these cigais. Do not forget the
name J. W. llingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
What everybody needs at the pre
sent hot Bpell is something cool and
refieshing. There is nothing liko
the siipoiior handmade Ice Creams,
Sherbets and Fruit Ices served at the
Elite Ice Cream Puilors, 85 Hotel
street. Keep our fancy cakes and
candies in mind. They can't bo beat.
KAPIOLAXI BATH HOUSE 1
Kapiolaui Bath House!
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to tho above numed resort, near
the Marine Railway, where you can
get the best appetizer in the world
fiesh uir and s.ilt woter bathing and
boating. Refreshments and cold
drinks upstairs. 16
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND OF ONE
Dollar per Share will he piyable
on the Capitil S:ock of the People's Ico
and Befri!i raiing Company, on Tliurc
d'iv, Sept. iMrd, nt the Company's office.
U8 3t W. E. FOSTEK, Treas.
Geo. W. DkLono Post, No. 45,
Dr.rAiiTM'T ok Calipohnia, G A R.,
Honolulu, Sept 21, ItSJ.
Tho Annual Camp Fire of thN Post
is postponed until SA'IURDAY EVEN
ING, SepL 25th, 1880.
R.W. LAIN E, P.O.
J. F. Noiilk, Adjutant. 37if
J. T. WATEEHOTJSE'S
Queen Street Store.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
H ivo just ro't ive I a few moro
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT CORNEK OF FOOT AND
School Btrecis, liulowjluu: to Mr.
M, Loulsson. Ecmilio at the olllce or
M.B.GHINBAUM & CO,,
28 lin Queen Streets
We are Fighting Opposition I
Selling at Cost I
Great Slaughter in
No connection with any corner,
013F Lookout when the TEMPLE of FASHIOiSr will
have one day in this month, where we will give Goods
away, jStO PAY.
HERE WE GOME TO THE FRONT I
With a Fine Assortment of
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS !
Which we will sell at the following
Boys' Suits from - Stt.OO uiwardH.
Youths' " LOO
Mens' " " - 0.00 '
Our Furnishing Gooda nre all Gtinnmlipil, nre as Fine in Quality, and as Cheap
in Price as any legitimate lum e can afford to sell in Honolulu.
Remember this Stock is New! Remember the Prices aie low, and our Goods
We rannol ntlnrd to give liash away to draw customers but will tell you some
thing which will givu satisfaction and tunkn you call again ut
EGAN AND GO'S,
Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KEOE1VED, THE
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neck-ware.
Aho, by repented mid special
r. quest, a ismnll
Obtainable in the'Eastcrn markets.
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King: Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
II H KEOEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA.
Smoked S.ilmon. Smoked Jlilibnt, Hump, Bacon, Illoek Codfif-b, KilBimd tin Sal.
mon I'elllt-s. keg liuttur, Cala Cheese, keira Picklci, kim Pli Pork, Table Kid.
siiif, Figi, Almonds, Walnut, Spiced UeefHomd Chicken, Luiuh Tonguei-, Chip,
ped Heef, cit-es Oji-tern, Saidines, Sea Foimi Criekcrs Flour, Hrnn, Wheal, Oalf,
White atil! Soap, (tunulaied Sugar, Cubu Sujiar, Powdered Sunr, Qermeu,
ilicukfiiht Germ, C'holcu Tliis, French Peus, etc. Abo,
"Good Night" and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
market intcs and Satisfaction Guaranteed. tST P. O. Box !i73:
inlcs and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 jroi'6 Htroot,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Just to hand, per rtcamcr AustraliaKeg Holland lleriings, keg Family Corned
Ileef, kegs Family Corned Pork, Kegs Family Sinirkriuil, kegH Mixed Pickles,
kegH OrvEtnl Drips kits Elr.i Choice Salmon Helliea, kits Extra Choice
Mncki-rul, fte.sh Smoked Halibut, ficbh Smoked Salmon, fresh Smokt-il Sau.
hii ire, freh Smnltcd Hcrf, wiiiilaker Sturr Hums, Hiu Dnpeit Hanm, Jacob
DohlV Hull'iilo Hams, Ctl-t Dried Fit'8, black and while; Ciln Cheese, Oregon
Cream (Jln-oe, Sh iss Clicete, Sap Sago CliccRu, Pine Apide Clieusi; and Edam
Chei-.e, a Iti I locks; Snow While Codfish, Clcily Leinouv, fresli Pcaro, lied
Cabbage . C3- I'nrlioului alieiition is rnlleil to a nice usMirtn cut of tho fain,
ous. Holmi-s & Cmitt's His-uilH, Graham Wafer", Oaken Flakes, Sea Fniun
Wiifeis, Midgets, Gitie;'r Wiifeis and Water. The-e biscuit., and a full line
of Cnniied Goods and Grain, nl-o fiesh Apples in boxes, in qimmllles in suit.
At lowest inaiket pi ice. New Cain Poiiitox-s nnd Onion? in Hue condition. 17
(Formerly with Samuel Nott).
Iiiioi"Loi unci Deiilcsi- in ,
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OHOOKERY, Gl.ASSWAHE, HOUSE FURNIBIIINO HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company,
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
t?r Store formerly tm uple:'. Lv F. XO'IT, oprosite Sprcekels 4 Coa Bank. -
and 05 Fort Street.
we arc just below.
FINEST LINES OF
invoice of the finest hand-made,
P. O. Box 287.
Health is Wealth I
Dit. E. C. West's Nwitb akd ItaAis Tniur
TtrsT.n ffuamntced Bnpcifio for Hjetorin, Vlzzi
f'i lonTuMoni. Pita. Norrous Ncnrnlcir
Hoadnclio, NorTotu Prottratlon. caumxI by thop -.
ut alcohol or tobacco. Wtkefulnesi, Mental I'f
proaaion. Softening of the Drain, resulting in li
nuiitr and limiting to raUery, docay and dnaUn
Prematura Old Aga, Uarrenncw, Lors of l'owrr
in either aox.IntolantarrLiossea nnd Hpcrmator
rhceo, erased by ovcr-oicrtion of tho brain, iwlfi
abuao, or over-indulgence. Iich box contain
one month' treatment. Sl.OOnbox.oralxboxiM
for $3.00, aentby mall pre paid on receipt of prior.
WE UUAItAXTEE HIX HOXF.H
Tocnroanycaao. With oach order nceiYpd by iw
for aix boxee, accompanied with $5.00, wn will
Bond tho purchaeer our written guaronteoto re.
fund tho money If tho treatment doo not effect
a euro. Guarantee iaaued only by
lIOI-.T-.IH'XM-.m Vr CO.
TZ U1 jt tk Itan rwr4 fet ? t.M .ILrn Coa?Uht
irPl. k Hradwlia,U4lctki, CeuUttlo or Coulnfmi,
. unci n with Wnfi VtpulU UtH nlli. mUt U. lirw
Uom n lUlrtlt toaplM IUu TV; n rortly rpuVI, 1
UTtrftU to tin ullitotlm. lip, CotWd. Uti torn, ran.
UHlst lOflimtlniU. Jr ul 7 til dninku. fetwu. of
KrafcUrMu tn4 tmlultat. TI KtlalM tuftasftctarrd 1r br
JOHN C BEST CO.. I'l A IM W. lltlUo. ei CUar
IrM Ittol poUjf ami rmU ron of I wl iub
JIoIIIhUt A- Co..
W flm Wholwa'e and Hetnll Agents.
Mer-Mai S. I Co.,
Tlie Bet Itoxite
to the World Kenowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new ard s-tuunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Li;iive ' o-'olulu ii 10 o'clock a.v. on
FRIDAY, September 21th.
The 'tenner pas-e' n'oni: the entbo
coast of In- li-cui.r I shir of Ilawdl. nt.
fording tmirli-is a pamiinrra of charm.
Ing bcenerv, and will slop at Ke.iluUe.
kuu Bay, where Biifll lei t time id allow,
ed to vl-li the Muiuiineni of Captain
TouriMH bv tills loulp renrli Punnbiu
nt ."i o'ulock on the liny atlcr lea itip;
Honolulu, being only one nigh mi tliu
vcs-el, making ihc entire p.ingc in
smooth suilri' At Piiiniluu there i the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there IoutIsH'wIM he conveyed
liy railroad to l'ahala. thence ty htigo
conch lo II tlf.wiiy Home, who e horses
and uuidc will lie in ailctidaii(.-L to con
vey tlirm 10 the Vol 1 1 no.
Tourists will lmu two night- and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HANKY AKMITAQE,
Agent, at WIUIuiiih' Photograph Galliry,
Fort htnel, or at the olllce of the 1. 1 'S.
N. Co., E"plunadc. H70tlm
A Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Month.
28 1 DANIEL LOGAN, Proprietor. Iy
Having 'coined the Services n
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we are piepurul to execute
House or JSig-n.
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
FbWttH, Bolls Hjite.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Burnt Out, butNot Dead !
Ryan's Boit-BiMlig SIod
Is now udjolnlrg thtrcar of
Glum. Browor & Co.'s Bos
ton Line of rackets.
SJ2( Shlppcis wLl please inke no.
JOX llec tlicl a flrM.ehiBs vesfel
will he In Hip hotlh load In p
for thin i o t In NotrmUer. to
bail Decern I er Ut. Ontrrn fhould letvo
hero by Mcunit-r of October Ut to liar
Another tliHt-class vessel will sail for
Ibis port ou or about the Ut day of
March, 1887, of which furthir notice
will be given.
For particulars, nply to
O. HREWEIl & CO., AeenU.
Honolulu, Auk. 24, lBSfl. IS
Store for Rent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT desirable Store now oecup!iU
by Hie LADIES' UAZAAR, B8 Fori
street, and all the Fixture, Gins r&yea,
&o., for gale. For further jmrliri'lHu,
enquire ou the PcetuUee, 410