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THURSDAY, SUIT. 23. 1880.
fillip Annua from London via Madeira
Jk Klsluoie f lom New Castle, K S W
Fchr Eliuknl for Wnliiluu
Sclir lluleal.nla for Pepeekco
Stmr W 0 Ilnll for Lnhnlmi, Muulaen,
Komi, ICnii iind lliu Volcano :it 10
Slinr Jin Mnkcc for Wnluiinc anil Kaunl
at 8 ii m
Schr Nettle Men ill for Wuiiume
Tho lmrk El-sinuro sidled from New
castle, X. S. W., .Inly tilth. 11 ml light
bnlllliijr. winds mid rain till the 2Stli,
milking but little progress in the time.
Thou hud a gale from X. E., blowing In
"lists, with liuirk':ino violence for 24
fioiiiN, creatine: a ciy dnngeious "-en,
Hooding thu ship and stalling bulwarks,
and channel, and washing away every
thing movable; ran the 9hip before the
nlorm for sixteen houv to avoid further
damage. , , ,
From Julv 2Mb to August flth, had a
succession of heavy gales and ery had
weather. On the latter date tho vind
shifted suddenly fioni X. to W. in a
' terrillo squall, blowing away the fore
sail, fore top-sail and fmcand malntop
mast stay sails.
Was thh ty days from hit. of 110 to
20 S. Had no 'trades till she sighted
Hawaii on the 21st Inst. From the hit.
of 1 to ! X., bad a two knot cuirent
Lnt. 29 S., Ion. 170 W.. binv a
German bulk steering K. by S., showing
It. 1). T. H. From Hawaii to poll strong
trades and squally.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ugtne .1 1) Spieckels
Japanese mau-of-Mir Taitkuba, Fitkus-
15k Isle of Kiln, .las Ink-tcr
Am bk Edwin il May, .lohnson
JJgtne Conuelo, Cousins
Uktnc Planter, Feiilinan
Am yacht liruiililldu, Phelps
lik Forest Queen, Winding
35k Atahmta, 1) O Killman
Ilk Elsinoie, Jenks
StmrGcoW Elder, from ban Fran
cisco, due here Sept 2.)id.
American bark Sarauae, from New
York. MillcdJuly Tilth, due here Nov. 18
;!0. to Cattle & Cooke.
Ger baik Pacific, Oltinan, from 15re-
inen, due Sept 20-'.!0, to Schaefer & Co.
15rit li.uk W II Watson, fioni Liver
pool, sailed June iltb, due hum Oolobei
20th-Xov 1st, to Schaefer & Co.
Brit ship Annum, -ailed from London,
April 0th, and from Madeira April 24th,
due beie August LM-I51, to G. W. Mac
farlane & Co.
Brit baik lioniT.ig, sailed from Liver
pool, June nth, due'here October 23id
Nov 1st, to Davles & Co.
Am bk Maltha Davis FMlJcnson,
sailed fioni Boston Augu-t 7th, due
December 1-20, to ISrewer & Co.
II nw bk Thomas 11. Foster, F W
Kugg, f torn Newcastle, X S W, due
Novlu, to Brewer & Co.
Am bktne Eureka, from San Fran
cisco, duo here Oct 1st, to Iliickfeld &
Brit bark Glengaber, llolleston, from
Liverpool, due beie, Jan 13-31, to
D'nvics & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Tort 151akely, due here Dec lfitli, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Caibarieu, Perkins, fioni
San Francisco, due at Mahukono, Sept
:50th. at Honolulu in Oct, to Castle &
Am schooner W S Uowne, Paul, from
San Francisco, due lieie Oct 1-8, to
Schaefer & Co.
Am bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due leie Jau 15-30,
to Schaefer A: Co.
Am bktne Ella, 3tut, from Sail Fran
cisco, due hero Sept 23th, to Brewer &
Brit bark Lady Lampsoii, Marston,
from the Colonies, due beie in Feb, to
Brewer is Co.
Am baik Hope, Penhallow, from Port
Townsend, due lieie Oct 15th, to Lowers
Am steam schooner Surprise, from
San FraucNco, duo beie Sept 20-23 to
Uavies & Co.
LUGAL & GENERAL NEWS.
No signs of tho mail steamer up to
hour of going to press.
Tin: Japanebo man-of-war will sail
for Japan on the 27lb or 28th in
stant. Mn. J. Lyons will hold his regular
cash sale to-nionow morning at his
Mu. Staikey, diessed in a boating
uniform, exhibited his lowing powers
in a skid", last evening.
Mu. AVm. Lovo has icsigned from
tho Myitles, and contemplates join
ing the Honolulu Boat Club.
Tin: steamer .hinies Makco Avill
sail for Kauai via Waianao at 8
o'clock to-nionow morning.
Tin: electric who connecting the
Survey Ollico and the Honolulu
Planing Mill is said to bo somewhat
out of gear.
Tub Mutual Telephone Company
me erecting new poles, considei ably
higher than the old ones, on King
stieet, in the diicction of Palaiua.
Tin: funeral of tho Into Natlnuiiol
Cliiloid will take plaeo fioni the Hall
of Lodge I,o Piogies
at 2 l'. m. to-
Anin'h coiVco s.iloon, on Maunakeu
street, was bioken into last night,
and soveial tins of salmon, a box of
tobacco, and a box of cigais ab
stracted. Tub Hon. J. L. Kaulukou, Marshal
of the Kingdom, was boicimded last
evening by the Itoyal Hawaiian
Band, by command of His Majesty
the King. Theio was a laigo as
semblage picsent, and an oxticinely
pleasant evening was passed by the
Marshal and his fiiends,
i'1'fiiltr ' 'j
fflTJ& .. 'j&i& j. .' j-.a. r, , .V:. -A j'A.
mi mm " iiwiiw "ji iauirafijW-iii'rr iinnrt - -itrarfirfB
Mr. J; I, Shaw litis been placed in
chnrgo of the Pantheon Saloon and
Pantheon Stables, find under Iuh
management, the public will bo well
Judging from tho recent nrreatu,
theieis a new boom in the opium
ling. Ofiiecis Toll find Hopkins ench
made a successful raid last night,
and thereby added six Celestials to
the criminal list this morning.
The Act to naturalize Abraham
llolihting and Sydney B. Francis
Holl'nung lma been published and
becomo law. His Hawaiian Majesty's'
Consul-Genoral Resident in London,
now has uutlioiity to administer the
oath of allegiance.
Ojji: of the cicw of the bark Forest
Queen iceoived an ugly gash on the
head, by a biick falling fioni the tub
while discharging, this morning.
The iiijiucd man was attended to
by Dr. MeKibbin, audjiii doing as well
as could be expected under the cir
cumstances. A M'l'.otAii meeting of the Myitlu
Boat Club was held last evening, for
the purposo,of considering the advisa
bility of amalgamating with the
Eclipse Boat Club. After consider
able debate .on the question, the
meeting adjourned without taking a
Tim Bow Mr. Peck, meeting a
Bui.MiTiN icpoiter on the street last
evening, exprebsed unbounded admi
ration at the palm tree's and the
geneial aiboiial beauties of the city
and suburbs. The reverend gentle
man's visit will extend to the 25th
Tin: baik Elsinoic, Captain Jenks,
in rived this morning, 01 days fioni
Xewcaslle, X. S. V., with 1,0.10 tons
of coal for tho Hawaiian Government.
Captain Jenks has a collection of
Colonial pots, on board the vessel,
which he will gladly show to visitors
and will take puiticulur pains to ex
plain the peculiar chaiacteristics of
Mit. Frank Godfiey jici formed a
gallant and heroic deed last evening.
A defective lamp in the aitnory of
the Honolulu Biiles was in imme
diate danger of exploding, when Mr.
Godfrey, with the alacrity of a ballet
gill and with agility of an acrobat,
boized the lamp anil carried it from
the building, thus pieventing what
might have been a. serious calamity.
Last evening the Kcv. T. G. It.
Peck delivered a stirring address at
the AVednesday evening meeting at
tho Lyceum. He lefcrred in highly
complimentary tenns to tho universal
hospitality that had been extended
to him during his stay in the city.
He commended tho enterprise and
activity of the churches beie, and he
would cairy home with him most
delightful recollections of what he
had seen on the Hawaiian Islands.
Tin: Biflus assembled at their
armoiy last evening, Ihiity-one
stiong. After going tluough a seiies
of exeicises without guns, and hav
ing become supple through rapid
bending of the body and aims, they
shouldered guns and marched about
tho hall going tluough various move
ments. The evening's diill was
brought to a close by performing the
manual of arms, under diicction of
Fiist Lieutenant Hebbard. Pievious
to dismissal, Captain Ashford ex
pressed a hope to see all the recruits
at the armory Fiiday evening.
Mr. E. N. Makee, Mr. Goodule,
Hon. J. X. S. Martin, and family
leave to-morrow morning by the
steamer W. G. Hall.
Mn. It. A. Maotie, Jr., :u rived from
Kilauca, Kauai, yesterday, and is
logisteicd at the Hawaiian Hotel.
OUR LEGISLATORS PHOTOGRAPHED.
Yesterday afternoon, tho weather
being favorable, Mr. J. J. Williams
succeeded in obtaining a good photo
graphic representation of the body
of Legislators. The picture was
taken on the Waikiki side of Aliio
lani Hale. The Hon. J. S. Walker,
President of the Assembly, occupied
the central position, with the
Cabinet Ministers in his immediate
front. The group was well arrang
ed, and will form an interesting
picture for Hawaiians and their
RECEPTION TO H. A. P. CARTER.
Mr. P. C. Jones will give a recep
tion to the Hon. II. A. P. Caitcr at
his residence this evening from 7:30
to 10. During the evening the
Boyal Hawaiian Band will play the
following programme :
Oi ertiire Bonniutle Keler Beht
Selection Flvlng Dutchman.. .Wagner
Walt. Venetian lights Stimis
Selection Bohemian Girl lialfe
Kuimloke mo Lehdoha.
Felectlon Mikado Sullivan
Gavotte Welcome Kluss
Waltz Gasparoiio Millocker
Polku .Stephanolo Nalnbiicu
Jitur spangieu liunuer.
(0- 00 1(10
(a 7n ioo
llnw'n Oni ruigo Man V g.Co. ,
K. O. Hall & Son,
0 Urower & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugai Co.,
Intei-Iflnnd S. N. Co.,
L. A. THUKSTON, Stock Biokei.
38 Slerchuut Street. 101 ly
aMaffufnP" mmi i -
&- j? c a
ARRIVAL OF THE AMANA.
The ship Amann, in command of
Captain Bcckct, anived this after
noon from London, via Madeira.
Tho Ainanii nailed from London
April Glh, arrived at Madeira April
20th. After ombaiking the. immi
grants, which took several days, tho
vessel prepared to sail, and on
Apiil 2!)th, weighed anchor. Off
the Horn the vessel had some scvete
weather, compelling the immigrants
to keep below deck for uenilyGO
days. During the cold weather,
four deaths occurred. There was
over lfiO of the immigrants sick at
one time with bronchitis, erysipelas,
etc., hut with no infectious disease.
The immigrants consist of MO men,
101 women ; In males from the age
of 12 to 20 years; o7 females rang
ing from 12 to 20 years of ago ; M0
children from 1 to 12 years old, and
10 infants, making in all 175 souls.
Although the above is the list given
to the purser at Madeira, he says
there aru more immigrants than that
aboard. During the passage four
deaths and ten biiths occurred: The
Portuguese suffered fearfully from
tho cold weather. They were not
prepared for it, having but little
clothing. Two of the children that
died aboard the vessel were taken
on the ship at Madeira in a bad
state of health. The passage was
very pleasant, notwithstanding a
gale received off Patagonia, when
100 days out from London. The
Aniana is a very clean vessel, and a
splendid sea boat. She is anchored
in the stream. Mr. G. F. Brittain
is purser of the Amana, and Dr.
Wardale is physician.
MR. DICKEY'S REPLY.
Eniiou Bulletin: I regret to
tiespass further on your valuable
space, but I wisli to answer the
main point in your leader of yester
day. You admit that I, as a member of
the Finance Committee, had the
right to examine all the books of the
Government, but hold that I should
have presented a written authoriza
tion from the President of the Legis
lature. You are wrong. The ap
pointment of the committee was my
authorization. The Standing Com
mittees of the house have been
thoroughly published, and are per
fectly well known by the ollicers
making the refusal. I had already
been fulljT recognized as a member
of the committee by the ollicers of
the Custom House, as I had made
several visits there in that capacity.
The Collector General, of whom the
request to examine was made after
the refusal of the deputy, is a Noble,
and as a member of the Assembly
knows that I am a member of the
Finance Committee, and had full
authority to make the demand.
I doubt if there is any precedent
in this country of -any written
authorization having been given to
committees of the House by the
President, and there are many the
No, the refusal was a matter of
policy. Some one interested did
not want the public to know how
much liquor had been taken out of
bond without payment of duties,
and had liitluence enough to cause
the collector to defy the House in
The House has seen fit to pocket
the insult and that is the end of the
C. II. Dickuy.
Honolulu Sept. 23, 1880.
FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS.
New York, Aug. 30. The Times'
Winnipeg correspondent revives the
report that Sir Charles Dilke, ac
companied by the Earl of Kingston
is in British North America. It is
said that ho registered there as J.
C. Tatlow, and announced before
his departure on Friday that he
would go to Australia by way of
British Columbia and San Francisco.
Toronto, Aug. 31. A Winnipeg
dispatch says the baggage of Sir
Charles Dilke and Loid Kingston,
who recently passed through Win
nipeg to the Pacific Coast, was seized
by the Northwest Mounted Police,
on entering the Territories, for con
taining liquor. Sir Charles is travel
ing under the name of Tetlow.
Klmira, Aug. 2(1. Rev. James C.
Becehcr of Coscob, Conn., brother
of llev. Henry Ward Ucechcr and
Bev. Thomas K. Beecher of this
city, committed suicide at tho water
cure here last evening by shooting
himself through the head wit a rillc.
Ho had been suffering under severe
mental troubles for a number of
years, and for a time was under
treatment at a Middletown asylum.
He came here recently, in care of a
special attendant. At the water-cure
he appeared to bo in pretty fair
health, and yesterday enjoyed him
self with others in shooting at a tar
get. During the evening, while con
versing on the plaza, he suddenly
went to his room and, taking a rille,
placed tho muzzle in his mouth and
llrcd, killing himself instantly. Mr.
Beecher was about ilfty-nine years
old and was the youngest son of Dr.
Lyman Beecher. Ho was a graduato
from Dartmouth College and An
dover Seminary. He was Chaplain
of tho Seamen's Bethel in China and
Chaplain of a Brooklyn regiment.
During tho War of the Rebellion he
became a Colonel and was mustered
out as brevet Hrigadier-Gencral.
Tho grain ftirius of Fresno, Bays
tho JZxpoxilor, will realize home
thing over 62,000,000 for their grain
crops this buubon.
A young man of German and
nativo parentage, named Auuiist
Herring, has opened an engraving
establishment in a little shop oil
Fort sticct, nearly opposite the
Pantheon Stables. He has In var
ious stages of embellishment many
cocoauut ornaments engraved in
rare artistlu style. One cup bears
a very presentable likeness of the
American Minister, Mr. Merrill,
also representations of the United
States arms and of the lung's house
at Kona, besides u cocoanut grove.
Another not so fnr advanced under
the graver has a portrait of Mrs.
Merri ill, recognizable at Hist sight,
very ilncly engraved. A third shows
pictutes of Kmperor William of
Germany, King Kulakaua, Cook's
monument, and a sea view at Kona.
An egg-shaped nut-sheel lias His
Majesty and Cook's monument. A
A large round shell has engravings
of Kaniehiimeha, from the statue;
Kamehamcha in a spear-catching
bout ; Waiakea Hay, Hawaii ; and
the hula dance. The artist has
made some elegant vases for Queen
Kapiolnni, also eocanut wine cups
chased with giapo vines and clus
ters. What is very remarkable is
that Herring lias acquired nil this
skill without a teacher. He certainly
has claims to a share in the appro
priation for educating Hawaiian
youths abroad. 37 51t
C. J. Fisinx is selling 20 yatds of
good prints for $1. 118
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stieteheis, Canvas; etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Ait store. 30 Gt.
l'UItK, RICH ANIJ ONLY
FBESH ICE CUE AM jflf
i:vi:iiy DAY AT-
HOUN'S Steam Candy Factory and
H.ikeiy it Ice Uieani Booms. 27
Da. Flint's Hkakt IIiimeiiy is a
Specific for all foinis of Heatt Dis
ease and ali-o for DKcui-cs of Kidneys
and Ciicuhilion. Deoeriptivo book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. .151
Pathonizi: Home Industry by buy
ing cignts of .1. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Winks, whoie be is picparcd to fill all
oiders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and inomptly filled. The attention
of dealers is lespectfully invited to
the fact "no license is lequiied" to
bell thPse cigars. Do not forget the
niimi) .). W. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
What everybody needs at the pre
sent hot spell is something cool and
lefiehhing. There is nothing like
the Mipciior handmade lee Cieams,
Sheiliels and Kiuit Ices served at the
Elite lee Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel
stieet. Keen OU1' fancy cakes and
candies in mind. They can't bo beat.
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE !
Kapiolani Bath House!
If eleanliiiei-s is next to godliness,
go to the above named icsort, near
the Mitiinu Bail way, where you can
get the best appotier in the world
fiesh air and saltwater bathing and
boating. Refreshments and cold
thinks upstaiis. 10
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND OF ONE
Dollar per Sh'iro will be parable
on the Capital Slock of the People's Ice
and Itefrigerating Company, on Thur.'
dny, Sepl. JWid, at tlie Company's office.
8 iil W. E. FOSTEK, Trcas.
Gi:o. W. Dp.Lono Post, No. 40,
DurAimi'T oi" Califounia, G.A.K.,
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 168U.
The Annual Camp Fire of thii Post
is postponed until .-ATURDAY EVEN
ING, Sept. 25th, 18J(1.
It. W. LAIN E, P. O.
J. F. Now is, Adjutant. 37if
J. T. WATERHOTJSE'S
Queen Street Store.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just rectisod a few moro
Choice Property for Sale.
T" OT COKNKK OF FORT AND
J School streets, belonging to Mr.
M. LoiiUsoii. Emiuiro nt the otlleii of
jjtf ini Queen Streets.
We are Fighting Opposition!
Selling at Cost!
S. COHN & CO.,
:$ and 5 Fort Street.
No connection with any corner, wo are just below.
Og Lookout when Hie
have one day in
away, NO PAY.
HERE WE COME TO THE FRONT !
Willi a Kino Assoilinent of
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS !
Which we will sclt at the following
Boys' Suits from - $3.00 upwards.
Youths' " ---- 4.00
Mens' " " - 0.00 l(
Our FiiriilMiing Goods ore all Guaranteed, ure as Fine in Quality, and ns Cheap
in Price as any legitimate hoii-e can alVonl to sell in Honolulu.
Remember this Stock is New! Remember the Prices are low, and eur Goods
Wo cannot alloul to give lisiMi nway to dinw customers hut will sell you some
thing which will gio satisfaction and make you cull nguin at
EGAN AND GO'S,
Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KUCK1VED, THE FINEST LINES OP
MoiiHiiaile (Mlik Gents' Furnishiu: Goods,
HATS, UAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and special requesl, a email imo'ce of the tlnect hand. made,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable in tlicIEiibtern, markets.
GHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER
Kin? Struttl, between Fort and Alakea Streets, -
II S HEOE1VED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, IIuiriB, Bacon, Hlock Codtii-b,
mon liellles. kegs butter, Cain Cheese, keps Pickles, kei Pig
sins, Figs, Almonds, Wiilnuts, Spiced neef, llnned Chlckin, Lunch Tonniief, Chip
ped Hcci, cases Oytter?, Snrdinc, Sea Foam Crackers, Klour, Itrmi, Wheat, Oiti",
Wliun i iHtile Soup, liraiiuiaieii biigar, uune sugar, rnwiiereo ougnr, uermeii,
Breakfast Germ, Cliolco Teas, French Peas, etc. Also,
" Good Night " and Falaco Brands Kerosene Oil.
at Low est
market tales and bntisfnetion Guaranteed. tX' 1 O. Box Ji72;
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 ITort Htrceil,
Importers & DeaEers in Stapled Fancy Groceries.
Just to band, per tciiiicr Aiiitrnllu Kegsllollnml HerriiiRS, kegs Family Corned
Beef, kegs family Corned Pork, nogs Faniily Saiirkrant, kegs Mixed Pickles,
kegs Crystal Dilps, kits Extra Choice Salmon Bellies, kits Extra Choice
Mackerel, finsli Smoked Halibut, fresh Smoked Salmon, flesh Smoknl Sim
mue, frc'di Smoked Beef, Whlllnker Starr Hams, Hui Dupeo Hums, Jacob
DoM's Ilullalo Hams, C iIh Dried Figs, black and white; Cila Cheefe, Oregon
Cream Clieexi. Sis Clieefe, San Sago (Mieise, Pino Apple Cheese mid Ednm
Clieetc, Ultilliicks; Snow White Codfish, Ciclly Leinoiis, fresh Pears, lied
Calihagcf. C5f" Parlienbir iiitention Is called to a men nsMirtmcnt of the fuiii,
mm Utilities & Conn's HlhHills, Graham Wufcr"1, Oaken Flukes, Sea Foam
Wafeis, Miilgi't, Gingi'i Wafers mid Water. These biscuits, and a full line
of Canned Goods and Grain, also fiinh Anplcs in boxes, in (iiiantlllcs to suit,
it lowest iiuuket pi ice. New Cain I'ointot'S and Onions in flno condition. 17
(Formeily with Samuol Nott).
Iinpoi'lcr uiid Denier in
OHOCKKHY, GLABSWABE, HOUSE FUBNIBHING HAHDWAHE,
AGATE IKON AND TINWAHE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
E3?- Store formerly occupied by S. NOTI', opposite Spreckels & Co.' Bank. -
J. V ? .' ' .
ton K imw
Hi 1 HliIUIl i
TEMPLE of FASHION will
where we will
Kiln nnd tins Sal.
Pork. Table lltti.
P. O. Box 207.
Health is Wealth !
l)n. K. C. West's Nkiitc and Urain Tiiejit
Mmt, n Kunrnntued specific for II)iteriii, Dizzl.
nw. ConvnUlons. Fit. Nervous Neuralgia.
HoAilncbe. NerTDUiProetrntlon.rauiMylbj' IhOtiiO
of alcohol or tobacco, Wakofulnes, Mental Uo
prwMon, Softening of tho Urain. rcanlting In in.
ntiilty nml lending to misery, decay and dvttlt;
l'remnturo Old Ago, Harrennecs, Luas of l'ouer
In either box. InvolantArjr Lkmbos and Hpermntor.
rhoca, oauira t7 over-flxortion of tho brain, ecU
abate, or over-lndnlfjcnco. End) box contn'.r
one month' treatment. $1X0 a box, or six boxi
for $5.00, aon t by mail preiwid on receipt of pric
WK OUAKANTKE BIX 1IOXKH
To euro any caso. With rach onlor received by u
for ntx boxes, accompanied with $3.00, wo will
send tho purchaser our written (roarantratn re
fund tlio money if tho treatment does not effect
a cure. Guarantees issued only by
lIOTyLIH'JLI31t Ar OO.
WEwUlMfUxftboTtnwtr! tottnj tfcMf UrirCetnUtet
t7ippU, 8kk HVsYdfetbatlftdlcMtlo, ConiUUoa or CotUvttmt,
cunt! car with WotV VtpUbU LtTtr nil. wbn th J1tm
Uoai art tUktly eotnplt with Tby ftr nf vtftUt U, ut
MTtflUl lo girt MlUfftctlon. flvgtr CotUd. tirjt boia,co
Utntoe 10 ptllittwti. rr Ml hj all dranfeu, Bfttter
lotmUrMu &4 tmlutloat. Tit (tBatn tsuafActortd mIv W
I011N O. WIST A CO., Ill A 1 W. UUUon Bk, Ch.
It UU1 pMbff Mat fcjr null rrtiU on rctt tf I cut iudp.
llolllster A: Co..
30 On. Whole-ale and Itctitil Agents.
Mer-IslaM S. I Co.,
Tlie J3est Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new mid Ftminch
Steamer W. C. Ha!!
Leuve-i 'onolnlii at 10 o'clock a.m. on
FRIDAY, Septemher 2Uh.
The -.teumcr pus-es nloni: the entiie
coast of 'he leewnri! side of lluwil. nf.
fording lourKls n piinoiuina of chiirtn.
ing s-cenerv. anil will (.lop nt Kcalukc.
kuu Bay, where sufUciciit time is allow
cd to vit-it tlie Monument of Captain
Tourists hy this route reach I'linnlmi
at 5 o'clock on llie day after leaunjr,
Honolulu, being only one niglii on llie
vessel, making llie enltre parage in
smooth waler. At Punaluu there is llie
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will he conveyed
by railroad to l'aliula. thence by btugo
coach to II ilf.way IJoiu-e, where horses
and miidev will he in attendance to con
vey them.io the Voh-ano.
TouriiH will have two night and one
whole day nt the Volcano Mouse.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAUKY ARMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery ,
Fort strc et, or at the office of the I. I S.
N. Co., Esplanade. '.V,0 Gin
A Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cunts a Sloutli.
281 DANIEL LOGAN, Proprietor, ly
Having fccmed the Services o
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
o are piepaied to execute all
House oi SSigfii
HONOLULU PLANING 51ILLS.
Flsliplates, Bolts & Suite
II. HACKFELD & Co.
Buint Out, but Not Dead !
Ryan's Boat-Bnilfliii Sliop
Is now adjoining thirear of
Clms. Urower & Co.'s Bos
ton Line oi Packets.
Shippeis will pleaen tnko no
tice that a first. class Testel
will be in thu berth loading
for thlDort In November, to
call December let. Orders should leave
hero by fcieunier of October 1st have
Auother llistcluss vessel will gftil for
this jiort on or about the 1st dHv of
Sliirrh. 1887, of which furtlit-r notice
will be given.
For particulars, apply to
O. liHKWEU & CO.. Aceuti.
Honolulu, Aug. !M, 1B80. IS
Store for Rout, nnd Fix
tnroH for Sale.
THAT deslmble Store now occupied
by the LADIES' UAZAAlt, 88 Fort
street, mid all thu Fixtures, Gluts Oasrs,
iSco,, for sulu. For further particular,
enquire ou tho FretuUei. 410
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