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FRIDAY, SEPT. 24. 188G.
Steam Bclir Surprise fiom San Frnueisco
Bk Ilesper from Newcastle, is S W
Stmr W G Hull for Lnhnina, 3Innlnen,
Konu, Kuu aud the Volc.mo nt 10
Stmr Jns Mukco for Wtihtnao aud Kmiai
at 8 a m
Sellr Nettle Merrill for Wnlnnnu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Uk Edwtud May for Hongkong
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr W O
Hall, Septal P XMnkee, Hon J H S
Martin anil family, Mr Ooodale, Mrs
ICttluhl and 75 deck.
From New castle, X S W, per l)k Hcs
per, Sept li4 S K Uorbiun.
The bk Heprr, C Ryder, master, ar
rived this morning, 384 days fiom New
castle with 1,175 tons of coal to Irwin
The schooner J C Ford wants about
1,000 more bags of sugar to be loaded.
She will not .sail befoio Sunday next.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Japanese man-of-war T.suku ba, Fukus-
Bk Isle oflCrin, Jas Inkstor
Am bk Kdward May, Johnson
Bgtuo Consuelo. Cousins
Bktne Pkiutcr, Pen linan
Am yacht Brunlillde, Phelps
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Bk Atalanta, D O Killman
Bk Elsinorc, Jenks
Ship Amana, Bcekct
Stmr Geo W Elder, from -San Fran
cisco, due here Sept 2Jrd.
Aincileau bark Sarauae, from New
York, called July VJtli, due here Nov. 18
1)0, to Castle & Cooke.
Goivbark Pacific, Oilman, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-'.10, to Sehaefer & Co.
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, balled June 0th, due here Oetobet
20tli-Xov 1st, to Sehaefer & Co.
Brit bark Iionoritir, bailed fiom Liver
pool, June fitlt, due 'here October -JUrd-Xov
1st. to Duvlus is Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Haw bk Thomas K. Foster, F W
Bugg, from Newcastle, N S W, due
Nov 15, to Brewer & Co.
Am bktne Eureka, from San Fran
cisco, due lieiu Oct 1st, to Ilackfeld &
Brit bark Glengaber, Bollcston, from
Liverpool, due here, Jan 15-31, to
Duvlcs & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Deo loth, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Caibarien, Perkins, from
San Francisco, due at Mahukono, Sept
30th. at Honolulu in Oct, to Castle &
Am schooner W S Bowne, Paul, from
San Fianeisco, due here Oct 1-8, to
Sehaefer & Co.
Ani bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due leio Jan 15-30,
to Sehaefer & Co.
Am bktne Ella, Rttt, from San Fran
cisco, due here Sept 25th, to Brewer &
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
lrom the Colonies, due iicie in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, Penhallow, from Poit
Towns-end, due here Oct 15th, to Lowers
Am steam schooner Surprise, from
San Francisco, due heie Sept 20-25 to
Davics & Co.
In this city, September 2:ird, to the
wife of Mr. J. K. Wilder, a ton.
In this city, September 24th, to the
wife of Heniy Davis, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
, There will bo both skating and
music at the Yosemito Kink to-night.
Tin: Honolulu ltiiles hold an extra
Tin: steamer Surprise from San
Frnnisco in coining in us wo go to
XTiiu Kanmotv Bunch, Kuu, Hawaii,
was sold yesteiday by tho Hon. C. It.
Bishop for $15,000.
' Thk annual Camp Fire of tho W.
DoLontr Post, G. A. R. will bo held in
Harmony Hall to-morrow evening,
beginning at 7 :30 o'clock.
To-Momtow, tho mail steamer Ala
meda, will bo duo fiom tho Colonies
en route to San Francisco. Have
your letteis icudy in time.
. . . '
Mit. Shnrrott lias been given tho
contract to cait tho 1,030 tons of coal
Unit ciimo by tho bark Elsinoro yes
terday to tho back of tho Esplanade
at 40 cents per ton.
Si:veuai. hundred bunches of awa
root spiead out on tho ground near
tho Fisli Market this morning gavo
ovory indication of a largo Undo in
Mb. Wuteihoiibo'd Queen btreet
storo lias recently received a thorough
renovating, and is now being set oil'
by a ilno display of now goods,
Tliu burk Edwaul May sails for
Hongkong at noon to-moirow. Tho
Chinese passengeis to leavo by her
were taking in a stock of pumpkins
this morning, and by letting them
drop tlioy had both pumpkins and
Tub ''P. C. Advertiser" is authority
for tho following; His Majesty tlio
King lias appointed Mr. James F. B.
Marshall and Mr. Jus. Jackson
Jurves to bo Knight Commanders of
tho Royal Older of Kameliainolia I.,
and Mons. A. Builly Ulanelianl,
Companion of tho Older of Kalakaua.
Tin: Min!su!r'"oTTnUiior having
called for tcndois this morning to
land tho Portuguese immigrants and
their baggage Unit cunio by tho
British 9hip Amana, yesterday, at
Kakutiko Immigrant Depot, received
two bids. Mr, J. Simonson, who
ofl'eicd to land the Poitufcuesc at 10
cents a head was nwiirded" the con
tract. The other bidder Mr. J. Col
born ofl'ered to land tho lot for $75.
Tho debarkation will begin this
Engineer White, under direction
of Chief Engineor C. B. Wilson, of
the Honolulu Fire Depaitine.nt, was
testing the water power in the hyd
rants throughout Honolulu the other
day. On Judd, Liliha and Emma
sheets, the foico of the water was
equal to that thtown by any of tho
engines at a lire. A horizontal stream
was lliiown 200 feet without any
Tun ubiquitous load supervisor,
Mr. Unit, in making a general survey
of his district yesterday, discovered
that the bridge near tin Pali, that
was loported to have been icpaired
lecently, was still in a delupidutod
condition. The plunks sent out to
elleet the repairs, hud been applied
to another biidge much nearer town.
This blunder was the result of a
No steamer yet. It is probable
that nothing will turn up before the
Mararoa on the 2nd proximo. Tho
infoimation received from the
steamer agents, was to tho effect,
that a steamer would bo (despatched
from San Francisco on the 15th in
stant, provided one could be ob
tained, suitable for the trade.
The Japanese who was run over
by an engine on the morning of the
Michicl tire, and badly cut up, lias
been in the Queen's Hospital ever
since. He lias received careful medi
cal treatment, and some skillful sur
gical operations have been pcr
foimed on him. Tho utmost lias
been done to preserve every limb,
but as a lust reboit the doctois, were
compelled to amputate a. badly muti
lated arm, to save the patient's life.
Tho operation was perfoiined this
11. R. H. PitiNCi'.ss Likelike, II. K.
H. Piincoss Kaiulani, Miss Gardi
uier, Hon. A. S. Oleghorn, Mr. A. W.
Hcydtmann, L. Montgomery Mather
and a few other were entertained at
lunch by Captain Phelps aboard tho
Biunhildc this noon. The yacht was
gayly decorated witli flags a string
of which ran from tho bow of tho
vessel to tho foro and main topmasts
and down to the stern. A canvas
awning covered the entire deck,
giving tho yacht a comfortable np
pcarancc. SHOOTING SCRAPE CLOSED.
The indefactigable Police Magis
trate Bickerton sat on the bench
last night until 8 o'clock collating
evidence in the" matter of Rex vs.
Soi Yong. Nothing fresh was elicit
ed beyond what has already been
reported. The defence was ably
conducted by the Hon. Paul Neu
mann, in which he essayed to prove
an alibi. His address was forcible
and logical, and listened to with
wrapt attention by an interested
audience, His Honor reserve his
decision until Monday next.
RAIN AND RESULTS.
It rained very heavily and con
tinuously for several hours during
last night. Up the valleys and on
the mountains the rain was natur
ally more abundant than in Hono
lulu. The Nuuanu stream, near its
mouth, reached nearly to the bottom
of King street bridge, at au early
hour this morning. Banana growers
and gardeners up Nuuanu Valley
must have suffered some damage,
because the stream alluded to was
laden with banana plants, with the
fruit attached in various stages of
development, besides a variety of
garden produce. The down-pour
appears to have been pretty general,
extending a considerable distance
up and down tho coast as well as
along the central mountain range.
THE ORANGE BLOSSOM.
Next Thursday .evening with be
consummated tho union of Miss
Irene Ilaalou Kabalelaukoa lito Mr.
Charles Augustus Brown.- A recep
tion will take place in the evening at
the residence of Hon. A. F. Judd,
Chief Justice of the Kingdom, whose
ward, Miss Ii is. It is piobable that
Mr. and Mrs. Brown will spend their
The preceding evening "Wednes
day the 2'Jth instant, Mr. Frank
Hustace will take into himself a
wife in the person of Miss Ward.
Of these interesting events we hope
to say more about a week from
AUCTION SALES EXTRAORDINARY.
The voice of Mr. Morgan will
proclaim to tho public to-iuorrow
week, Oct. 2nd, nt noon, at the
auction room of Messrs. E. P.
Adams & Co., the advantages to bo
derived fiom a Steam Laundry. Mr.
M. will knock down the whole con
cern as per sehed ule to the highest bid
der. Being part of a bankrupt
estate, it must bo sold, aud all that
is asked in exclmngo, is Cash.
Mr. Lyons will hold fortli at his
sales room, at noon to-morrow on
tho desirability of becoming the
owner of the Bethel Lot. It has
value in many ways, and lie who
desires to ilnd them out, need only
pay for his curiosity.
Mr. Lewis J. Levey will hold a
regular cash sale at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning, Everything as
usual, that is, all goods useful as
well as ornamental.
J, II. Darwin, son of the late
Charles Darwin, is understood lo
have his father's biography neaily
ready for publication. w
September 24, 188G.
9 :80. Prayers nine members
9:42. Roll call sixteen mem
bers, (4 nobles and 12 representa
9:50. Rep. Knulukou arrives
nineteen members present.
9 :55. Rep. Richardson, Kcau and
10:03. Minutes read.
CATS AND DOGS.
Euitou Bulletin: The public
ought to be thankful to you for your
mooting the dog nuisance in your
columns. I have a similar com
plaint to make about the cats that
prowl about the city and make
nights hideous with their mowings
and bowlings. I suggest that all
cats found disturbing the quiet of
night be condemned to deportation
or something worse.
MORE ABOUT DOCS.
Editoh Bulletin: Every decent
resident in my neighboihood agrees
with me that your dog article yester
day entitles you to our best thanks.
But if you can suggest some method
of deliverance from the curse, we
will go farther' still nnd subscribe
liberally towards a stono monument,
or any other description of monu
ment you may prefer. After read
ing your article I was curious enough
to ascertain how many dogs lived in
my next-door neighbor's yard, and
found the number to bo 1!J.- My
neighbor is a very decent native,
and a very good man, but his love
of dogs is stupendously great. I
don't profess to be a dog admirer
myself, nevertheless I cannot help
feeling pity for poor creatures that
look to be starving, and acting on
this impulse I am the main support
of my neighbor's canines; that is,
as far as grub is concerned. But
there is another kind of support
which they mutually a fiord eacli
other. When they feel the need of
sleep they arc afraid to lie down,
not having sufficient strength to get
up again. So they all gather to
gether in a heap, and lean towards
the center, thus supporting eacli
other while taking a sleep. But
their emanciated condition does not
prevent their making a great noise.
I presume their hollowness helps
that kind of thing, like a fiddle, or
the heads of some law-makers. The
sound is in pioportion to the empti
ness. They do howl and whine all
night long, until I am almost re
solved to go and give myself up as
a dangerous madman. If I do any
thing rash, my neighbor should be
held accountable. Those dogs had
better make themselves scarce or re
form their habits, or I fear I shall
be guilty of some unlawfnl act.
A Victim ov Doos.
Two ladies contended for preced
ence in the Court of Charles V. They
appealed to thc3Ionarch, who, like
Solomon, awarded, "Let the eldest
go first." Such a dispute was never
One of the principal graces of
Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, was
a prodigious abundance of line hair.
One day, at her toilet, to anger her
heroic Lord, she cut off her com
manding tresses and Hung them in
While Frederick Morel, the great
scholar and em-ncnt printer, was
employed on his edition of "Laba
nius" one day he was told that his
wife was suddenly taken ill. "I
have only two or three pentcnees to
translate and then 1 will come and
look at her." A second message
informed him that she was dying.
"I have only two words lo write,
nnd I will lie there as soon as you,"
replied the philosopher. At length
he was told that his wife was dead.
"I am very sorry for it, indeed,"
said he, going on with his work,
"she was a very honest woman."
The marriage of Racine was an
act of penance neither love nor
interest had any share in the union.
His wife was a good sort of woman,
but perhaps the most insensible of
her sex, and the most proper person
in the world to mortify the passion
of literary glory and the monetary
oxidation of literary vanity. It is
scarcely credible, but most certainly
true, since her own sou relates the
fact, that she had never been acted,
nor even read, nor desired to read,
the tragedies which rendered her
husband so' celebrated thoughout
Europe" She had only learned
some of their titles in conversation.
Maria and Elizabeth Gunniiif,,
wlio appeared at the court of George
11 1 one at the age of eighteen ami
the other at nineteen were both
two portionless girls of surpassing
bcuty. "They are declared,"
writes Walpole, "to bo the hand
somest women alive. They can't
walk in the park, or go to Vauxhall,
but such crowds follow them that
they arc generally driven away."
One day they went to see Hampton
Court. As they were going into the
beauty-ioom another company arriv
ed, The housekeeper said : "This
way, ladies, here are tho beauties."
The Gunnings How into a passidu
and asked her what she meant.
They went to seo tho palace, and
not to be shown as a sight them
selves. Tho younger of the fair
sisters because the Ducheb3of Hamil
ton ; the other Lady Coventry. "&.
A young mnn of German and
native parentage, named August
Herring, has opened on engraving
establishment in a little shop on
Fort stii'ot, nearly opposite the
Pantheon Stables. lie has in var
ious singes of embellishment many
cocoanut ornaments engraved in
rare artistic style. One cup bears
a very presentable likeness of the
American Minister, Mr. Merrill,
also representations of the United
States arms and of the King's house
at Komi, besides a cocoanut grove.
Another not so far advanced under
the gtaver has a portrait of Mrs.
Men-rill, recognizable at first 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 egg-shnped nut-sheel has His
Majesty and Cook's monument. A
A large round shell has engravings
of Kamohutnelia, from the statue ;
Kamchaineha in u spear-catching
bout; Waiakea Bay, Hawaii; and
the hula dance. The artist has
made some elegant vases for Queen
Kapiolani, also cocanut wine cups
chased with grape vines and clus
ters. What is very remarkable is
that Herring has acquired all this
skill without a teacher. He certainly
lias claims to a sliaio in the appro
priation for educating Hawaiian
youths abroad. 37 3t
C. J. Fihhkl is belling 20 yards of
good prints for !fl. 38
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bios.' Art store. 3(! Gt.
I'UUK, men and only
FRESH ICE CREAM &f
EVERY DAY AT
HORN'S Stoam Candy Factory and
Bakery & Ice Cream Rooms. 27
Dn. Flint's JIeakt Remedy is a
Spcoilio for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
PATHONizifllome Industry by buy
ing cigars of .1. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at .the Crystal Soda
Works, where lie is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowebt possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license ,is required" to
hell thebo cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
What everybody needs at the pre
sent hot spell is something cool and
refreshing. There is nothing like
the superior handmade Ice Creams,
Sherbets and Fruit Ices served at the
Elite Ice Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel
street. Keep our fancy cakes and
candies in mind. They can't bo beat.
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE 1
Kapiolani Bath House!
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to tho above named resort, near
the Murine Railway, where you can
gut tho best appetizer in the world
ficsh air and saltwater bathing and
boating. Refreshments and cold
drinks upstairs. 10
AMONTIIIi' DIVIDEND Ob' ONE
Dollar per Share will bo payable
on the Capital Stock of tho People's Ice
and Refrigerating Company, on Thurs
day, Sent. 2.)rd, hi the Company's office.
US 3t W. E. FOSTER, Trcas.
Geo. W. DbLonu Post, No. 45, )
DKi-Airoi'T ok Calikoknia, G.A.K., v
Honolulu, Sept. il, U88. )
The Annu-il Camp Fire of this Post
Is postponed until ,-ATUKDA.Y EVEN
ING, Sept. 25th, 18S0.
11. W. LAIN B, P.O.
J. F. Noulk, Adjutant. K7if
H. Hackfeld & Co.
H wc jmt re;tlvu I u few more
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT CORNER OF FOUT AND
School b retf, belo iglng lo Mr.
M. LoiiibHin. Enquire at I ho nllluo of
M.B.GK1NBAUM & CO.,
28 liu Queon ritrceit.
Haw'n Carriage Manf'elCo., iti ) 100
E.O. Hull & Sin, 7fi 100
Ilell Telephone, 3:1 10
O. Brewer & Co., 101 100
Woodhiwn Dairy, Ml 10(1
Walluku Sugar Co., 97 100
Walmanalo, 170 100
Star Mill. l0 600
Reciprocity rtugur Co., f-0 10C
Ice Compon, 87 "00
Inter-Island S. N. Co., 105
L. A. THURSTON "oloak Brokct
33 Mercmint Btreet. 1S1 ly
We are Fighting Opposition I
Selling at Cost I
Great Slaughter in Laces !
S. COIIN & CO.,
:? and G5 Fort Street.
No connection with any corner, wa are just below. .
03F Lookout when the TEMPLE of "FASHION" will
have one daj1- in this month, where we will give Goods
away, NO PAY. 27
HERE WE COME
Willi a Fine Assortment of
CLOTHING AND. FURNISHING GOODS!
Which we will sell nt the following
Boys' Suits from - $3.00 upwards.
Youths' " - - - 4.00 "
Mens' - - 9.00 "
Our Furnishinir Goods lire nil Giinrniiteed, are he Fine in Quality, nnd as Cheap
in Price as uny Icglilinnte hoii'C can nfturd to tell in Honolulu.
Remember this Stock is New! Remember the Prices are low, and eur Goods
Wo cannot nfloid lo give irnsh iiwny to draw customers hut will Bell you some
thing which will ghe siiisfnctlou and make you cull nguln nt
EGAN AND CO'S,
Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KECE1VFD, THE
1 Ni 1 1
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repented nnd special request, n Mimil iinoice of the (inept linnd.raade,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable in the
CHAS. HUSTACE. GROCER
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
ked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Hams-, Bacon, lilock Codlli-li, Kits and tins Sal.
i Uellies, kegs Butter, Cnlu Cheese, kegs Pickk-n, kogn Pig Pork, Table Rui.
VI..:, lU,nn.l? W..I....I., ia.l.,.l ll.f llnn..il M. !,!.. . I ..... i. n ...,u nt.t..
BIUO, r(JD XIIIIIUIIUD, , II III HIP, UllbVU XJIUJ, JJI'lli;,! V.JIIV.AIII, 4JIIIII II AUllUVr, Villi
ped beef, enseu Oyster, Sardines, Sea Foam Crackem Flout, limn, Wheat, O.iir,
White Cat-tile Soap, Giuiiiilnied Sugar, Culm Sugai, Powdered Sugar, Genua-,
Breakfast Germ, Choice Tuih, French l'eus, etc. AUo,
" Good Night " and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Low-rt inarki't inlcs nnd b'litlsfiicllon Guaranteed. EST !' O. Box Ji72;
U42 Telephone ll!l.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 Fort Street,
importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Just to hand, per Meamer Australia Kegs Holland HurritigB, kega Family Corned
Reef, lii'gs Family Cniiiid I'nrk, KegB Fainih baiiikiaul, kegs Mixed Pickles,
kegs Cn-htal Drips Ml Kxtr.i Choice Salmon Ilellk-B, kits Extru Choice
Mackerel, licsli Smoked Halibut, fresh Smoked Salmon, fitvli Hinokd San.
um; lu-li Smoked Beef, 'A hluaker Stair Hums, Hm Dupeu Hams, Jacob
DoIiI'h lliill'ulo Hauls, Cila Dried Kit's, black and ulihu; Oiht Chocs t, Oregon
Orcam Ciifct'se, fc im Ohci'i-c, Sap B igo ( heesc, Pino Apple Cheese ami Eihmi
Cliceto, '.Mli llncko; Snow While Codllsh, Clclly Lcmone, fresh Peam, Red
Cabbage . IV 1'iirlicnbir addition is called lo a nice anKirlii.ent of the fain,
on II. Iiiiln it Ciiiii' HUoiiitg, Graham Water", Oikcn Flake, Sea Foam
WaluH, M dgilf, Giigii Walcisitiid Water. Tlate biscuits, and a full line
of Caiiiud Good ami main, also Ix-sh Apples in lioxea, in iiuantitles to suit,
at lowest maikii iild. M-u Cnlu Potalotb ami Ouhns in niiocmirtiUnn. 17
(Formmly with Samuel Nott).
Importer mid JDeulor in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OROCKKKY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE 1HOW AND TINWARE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - - - Fort Street.
tar Store formerly occupied by B. NOTT, opposite Spreckcls & Co.'b BobU. -t
TO THE FRONT I
FINEST LINES OF
P. O. Hoi 807.
Health' is Wealth!
"-3 jQI 0 - 0 Wt -" I
Dr. E. C. West's Nihte and Ilium Tncvr.
saT, n enaraateod epoclflo for listeria, DtoL
n"o. ConinnUIons. JfiU, Nerroot Ncumlsia,
Headache. Ntrrous Prostration, can &d by tlio a'a
at alcohol or tobacco, Walcefulne, Mental Do
preation, Softening of tho Urrnin. rcaUng in in.
sanity nnd leading to mitery, decay and dentin
Prematura Old Am, Harrennesa, Lo of Power
in cither box, lnToInntaryLoMcs andtipcrmntnr
rlicoo, eatued by oTor-oxortion of tlio brain. Roll
abuaa, or orer-indulgenco. Each box contain
ono month's troatmant. $1.00 a box, or ix boxi i
for JJ.00, sent by mail prepaid on rocolpt of price.
1VB GUARANTEE HIX. BOXEH
To enro any case. With oach order rrceWed by na
for aix boxea, accompanied with (3.00. we will
eond the pnrchajw our written guarantee tu re
fund the money if tho treatment dooa not effect
a care. Guarantee iaincd only by
IIOLZjIBTEU & CO.
TOt will t th tbT nwtrit brur mm Urr CotfUlAl
DfiptpiU, Sick llttattfa, lad!rllo, CettitlpsUoo CortlrM.
muI nn wU Wnl'i VwttMa Uf.r rim, vkaa tk. din.
Uou kn mlcUy MnrlM all. Thty r feraly UkU, ul
" Ml la (In itUifMkn. Scpr Cetui. Urt bom, tea.
UUJBf t toil, l( ..U. Tn wit by all Jrettbu. B.w,. or
MilMuu4 Inlulloai. Tka paahia maaahcural aalr by
IOIIM O. WIST CO, III IU W. lladtooa XL, Cilia
na Irkl raaiaca Mat lur mU pctfaU an clrl c t nat MaaP.
JIolllHtor : Co.,
SO flm Wholesale and Hclnll Agents.
Mer-IsM S, I Co.,
Tlie Best Ifcoivte
to the World Kcnowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and stmmcli
Steamer W. C. Hall
LeiiVC4 I'oiinliihi nl 10 o'clock a.v. on
TUESDAY, October 0th.
The Mcaiuer pase-' ulonp the entire
confet of In lrrwuril Hide of Hawaii, af.
fording tuurlMs a panoiumunf rliann.
ing scenery, and will slop nt ICeidake
kua Bay, uheie MiMcieitt time is allow
ed tu VUlt the Monument of Captain
TtuiriMh liy ihi route reach PiinHluu
at .' o'clock on tin: day after leamig
Honolulu, being only o"ne night on the
vessel, nuiRing the entire pas'-nge in
smooth Miter. At Piinaluu there is lliu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from Ihcro tourists 'Mill be convoyed
by railroad to Palialu, thence ly stage
loacli to llalf.wuy Houte, whcie horses
and euidci will he in attendance to con
vey thim to the Volcano.
Tourists will liae two nights nnd one
who'e day at the Volcano House
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHKY ARMITAGK,
Agent, ut Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort strict, or at the office of the 1. 1 fe.
N. Co., Eplanade. 30 Cm
A Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
Fifty Centb a Month.
28 1 DANIEL LOGAN, Proprietor, ly
Haying cecuicd thu Services n
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
Tie are piepartd to execute all
Houiae or Sig-n.
HONOLULU PLANING M 11.1,3.
Fisuplstes, Bolts & Spites.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Burnt Out, but Not Dead !
Ryan's Boat-Bnildine SIiob
In now adjoining the rear of
CIirh. Brewor & Co.'s Bos
ton Line of Packets.
Hliippeis will please take no
tire that a Url.elHB vrsel
will he In thu heilh loading
for this port in November, to
tail Drccmhcr IM. Orders uliould Iev
here by Minimi ot October 1st to hT
Another Iltst-clBsn vessel will tall for
this port on or ul out the Ut day of
Mured. 1887, of which futtlur notice
will be given.
For particulars, apply to
C. RREWER & CO., AcenU.
Honolulu, Aujr. 34, 1880. .13
Store for Rent, iuid Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT desirable Store now occu(4al
by tho LADIES' 1UZAAR, B8lTa
Ueet. and nil the Fixtures, GIum Cmrea,
&c, for ulo. For further particular,
enquire on the Premises, fUO
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