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& MONDAY, SEIT. 27. 188G.
Stmr Kiniui from Windward Ports
Stnir Iwnlanl from Knual
Stmr O K HHiop from llaniakua
Sehr Mnntiokawal from Kooluu
S S Wilmington from San Franeheo
Stmr Lehuii from Windward Foits
Stmr Ltkcllke for Knhulul
Stmr Mokolil for Molokal
Sehr Mol Wahine for Koliolalelo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kiiian for Windward l'oi ts
Stmr Iw.danl from Kauai
From San FrnucNeo, per steamer
Wilmington, September 27 Unbln: W
A Kinney, Miss Sstllle Wood, Major
Betulel, Ml8 Urownlow, G II Spauld
lug, 11 Hoenthanl, A Durranil, Mrs F
J Seott, Tliuo K HoU-olior, Mis J U
IJrodle and 0ear White. Steerage:
Mrs A Wcbler mid ehild, Miss Lizzie
Wleke, J Miller, W .1 Horley, Mrs A
.Tenks and child, J .1 Barry, T O'Dowda,
II V Fatten. Paul Lomke and wife, Mrs
H Dello and 2 elitldton. Sam Allen, T J
Scott, II Foil, I. Ordenstelu, Antonc
Jloral, wife and it children, and Til
From Honolulu for San Francisco,
per steamer Alameda, September 24
J M Alexander, wife and It children. W
E Marshall, J .1 Aubcrtln, Rev Lechler
and wife, Mr.s Armstrong and infant,
Mis L J Levev, Kov T ft O Peek, Miss
Maggie Kruger, Hon H A 1 Cm tor, J
llrcwer, T G King, Mrs 11 C Brlggs, J
Grace, Miss M Hendry, L LconauU, M
E Singleton, Mary Lvloa and Infant,
J and C Barros, J W Wendall, FH
Meyers. T M Caffroy, M .Julia, son and
daughter, A Rogers, wife and II children,
and 40 Portuguese.
From Wliuiwaul Poit, per steamer
Klnau, September 20 Hon J W Kalua,
J U Kawainui, A II Smith, Dr F A
Thompson, .1 Nawahl, Mrs. Kahunu
Meek, Mrs J Dela Sauccdo, 0 Afong,
II M Alexander, F E Evans, U Tuch,
C .TDailiii:, W S May. MKs L Croekett,
MNs L Kahllii, Z Kaiai, Mrs C Wilcox
and 3 chlldicn, and 04 deck.
From Molokai, per steamer Mokolii,
September 25 Mrs . I A Cummins, Miss
Kilty Harvey, the Mi-cs Wi ight, Mrs
AV-L Wilcox and family, and about 30
From Kauai, per steamer Iwalanl,
September 20 Her Excellency Gover
jiess Lanikau, Fred Wilhelni, Mrs P
Richmond, lion S B Dole, W II Rice,
G N Wilcox, B Smith, Mrs Graham,
.and S4 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr IwiiJani 284 bags of sugar, 54
bales dtK wool, 122 hides 3 horses,
175 bags of rice, 120 bags of paddy,
til bags o phi and 2a head of
Stuir Kluau 3,3S8 bags of sugar, 108
hides, 0 bdls of, goat skins aud 1C0
pkgs of snndrie'j.
Stmr Lchua 23 head of cattle.
The steamship Alameda took from
thLs port Saturday evening 1,572 bags
of sugar, 1,2S0 bags of rice, 150 bdls of
sugar cane, 4 canes of betel leuvcs, 4
sacks of silver coin ($2,720), 17 bdls of
goat skins, 002 bdls of greeu hides aud
55 dry hides. Value. 15,220.50.
TheXicolas Thayer sailed from Kahu
lul September 21st, for San Francisco,
The American bark Pacific Slope
arrived at Mahukona September 18th,
with 700 tons ,bf coal from Newcastle,
N. S. W. '
ucescis in print
.Japaneso lnan-of-warTsukuba, Fukus
' liiina X.
,S S Wilmington,
Am bk Edward Jlay, .lonnson
Am yacht Brunhilde, Phclpa
111- lln rtfl.Vti. .The Inbctitr'
.Bk Forest Queen, Winding
JBk Atalauta, D O Killman
JJk Elsinore, Jenks
2Jgtne Consuclo, Cousins
llktne Planter, Perrimau
Ship Aniana, Bccket
American bark Saranao, from New.
York, salledJuly llHU, miolmrc JSov. la
st), to Castle A; Cooke.
Ger bark Pacific, Oltman, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-30, to Sounder & Co.
Brit bark W 11 Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, duo here Oetobei
20th-Kov 1st, to Schacfer & Co.
Brit bark Iionorag, sailed from Liver
pool, June 5th, due liere October 23rd
Kov 1st, to Davies As Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, FM Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20. to Brewer & Co.
Haw bk Thomas R. Foster, F W
Rugg. from Newcastle, N S W, due
Nov 1G, to Brewer & Co.
Am bktno Eureka, from San Fran
cisco, duo hero Oct 1st, to Hackfcld &
Brit bark Glcngaber, Rolleston, from
Liverpool, due here, Jan 10-31, to
Davies & Co.
Am bktnc S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, duo here Dee 15th, to
Castle !fc Cooke.
Am bark Calbailen, Perkins, from
San Francisco, due at Mahukouo, Sept
30th, at Honolulu In Oct, to Castle &
Am schooner W S Bowne, Paul, from
San FraneUco, duo hero Oct 1-8, to
Schacfer tfc Co.
Am bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due leie Jan 15-80,
to Schacfer & Co.
Am bktno Kiln, Rut, from San Fran
cisco, duo heio Sept 23th, to Brewer &
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonics, due heiu In Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, Penhullow, from Port
TowuRond, duo hero Oct 15th, to Lewers
By the Rev. Geo. Wallace Melville
Leslie, of Kentucky, to Salllo K. Wood
second daughter of Judge John S.
Wood, of Tucaon, A. T.
Mit. Powell, employed by tho Union
Feed Co., has tho suiikcH, or rather
oiio, about four feet long, found in
some hay this morning. Tho loptilo
is a common grata Bpecios. When
found it was coiled up, Hat jib a. pan
cake, and dead ns n door nail. Mr.
Powell says ho will present it to tho
LbbAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Mbi Wnhiud will tnko abtnll
00 of the Portuguese immigrants to
Mi:ssns. Bishop & Co. received
150,000 in gold, by tho S. S. Wilming
ton, this morning.
Mi:i.siih. Allen it Robinson have
received a new lot of wall paper and
Tin: Myi lie Boat Club senior and
junior ciews have, becuuso of two
"kickers," dissolved, and will discon
tinue lowing for the present.
Tin: half milo dash between Dick
Davis's pony Mnblo, and Antouo
Perry's Fourth of July for $100 n.
bide, at Kapiolani Pnik, last Satur
day afternoon, was won by Mabel.
AnoiiT 250 (men, women and chil
dren) of tho Poitugueyo immigrants
that came by the Amuiia, wero
shipped to l'aia aud Haiku Planta
tions on the schooner Canute this
A vi:n heavy storm passed over
Liliue on Thursday night last. The
rain came down in torrents, the
heavy peals of thunder shook every
house in tho district and the light
ning illuminated the dark sky.
Mil. Lewis J. Lovey will sell, to
morrow moining at 10 o'clock, at the
Pacific Mail S. S. wharf, the surplus
stores of the Aniana, consisting of n
variety of ui ticks specified in tin
A Chinaman, named Ho Yuk, is
supposed to have stowed away in tho
Edwaid May for China on Saturday
last, and thus to have escaped from
the eountiy, leaving behind some
thousands of dollars of indebtedness,
and several confiding countrymen to
mourn his departme.
Oni: of tho Pacific Transfer teams
became frightened, while being load
ed on the O. S. S. wharf this morn
ing, and started to urn. Mr. Taylor,
the di ivcr, quickly checked the horses
and biought them to a stand, without
doing any more damage than break
ing a box ot cod-fish.
Last Friday afternoon a China
man, while working the guys at Ku
kuilmele landing, was suddenly taken
sick and 15 minutes later be was
dead. The body was brought to
Honolulu by the steamer C. R.
Bishop yesterday, and this morning
it was buried by Chinese fiiends.
Tiik steamer Wilmington, Hughes
commander, arrived this morning 10V
days from San Francisco. Tho Wil
mington was chartered by the O. S.
S. Co., and 24 hours after her ni rival
from Puna she was handed over to
that company with not even a knife
or fork aboard. The O. S. S. Co. got
the steamer ready for sea as soon as
possible and on the 10th she sailed.'
The Wilmington is an old fashioned
steamer about tho size of the St.
Paul and not a very fast boat.
Two oil 'paintings by Petzoltz, of
San Francisco, are on view at J. J.
Williams', Fort street. Both aie
from photographs of local views.
Ono represents the tropical scene
within view while standing in Capt.
Mist's garden, Nuuanu Valley, and
looking towards Hobron's, showing
the pool at tho "Ono Mile Bridge,"
with bathers, and exhibiting in bold
relief a magnificent cluster of cocoa
nut trees. The other picture is of
Waikiki beach, with Dimond Head
in tho distance, This scene, with
which many are familiar, looks very
pretty in oil.
Mil. Anderson, who camo here not
long ago, to auctioneer for Mr. J.
Lyons, is now purser of the Bteamer
Wilmington. Purser Anderson has
been clerking on Coasting steamers
for about 20 years, and is well adapted
to the vocation of purser.
A QUICK PASSAGE.
The British steamship Gaelic ar
rived at San Francisco on the 15th
instant from Yokohama, her sailing
time being 13 days 22 hours and !)2
minutes. This is the fastest time
on record between those ports.
There will be bible reading at the
Advent Chapel, Fort street, this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Subject:
"The New Earth." All interested
in knowing the earth in which we
live are cordially invited to attend.
A CARRIAGE ACCIDENT.
Immediately after tho Kawaiahao
Church service was over yesterday,
an old woman named Faaluhi, a
servant of II. K. II. Princes Liliuo
kalani, was attempting to cross the
street at the corner of Punchbowl and
King streets, when a brake driven by
a muti named Arthur, ran against
her and knocked her down. The old
lady was picked up and placed on
tho side-wnlk, and from thence car
ried to Iter homo. From enquiries
made thismorningus she was comfort
able as enn be expected under tho
An incipient row took place on
Saturday night about 11 o'clock,
corner of Alakea mid King streets.
Two young men had a difference,
and commenced to squabble over it.
A gentleman interfered as also did
his wife, mid it resulted in a general
melee, tho femalo voice ringing
forth in shrieks, and arousing the
whole neighborhood. A foreign
police ofllcer appeared and quiet
ness was restored immediately.
There were no arrests, each leaving
tho scene of the affray with a pro
mise to go homo and never do it
BREAKFAST AT THE PALACE.
This morning ilis Majesty enter
tainctl Captain Fukusliima nml ofll
ecrs of II. I. J. M.'s steamship
Tsukulm at breokfust. Ilis Excel
lency Governor Daniinis mid Major
Httylo' were also present. The
band played as usual.
MR. KIBLINC REPORTS.
Mr. Chas. Kibling, purser of the
steamer Lchua reports as follows :
Hookano, a native sailor employed
on the Lchua, had his right 'leg
broken just above the knee, last
Saturday, by being hit with a sling
of freight, while discharging at
Ookala. The fractured limb was set
and dressed by Mr. Hopkins, book
keeper at llonokaa, and the native
after being made as comfortable as
possible, was brought to Honolulu
for further treatment at the Hospital.
While receiving 21 head of cattlo
at Mahukona, at eight o'clock, i m.
just previous to sailing for Honolulu,
one of the bullocks jumped over
board, and was seen no more.
Thursday and Friday of last week
were very rough at Hamakua heavy
swells were running and squalls were
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this evening
commencing at 7:30. Following is
Waltz Welcome to Ems Liebig
Overture All in Mask Pedrotti
Waltz Courtbal Fabrbaeh
Selection Barber of Seville. . . .Rossini
Medley Recollection of the War... ..
Mazurka On the Neckar Schreiber
Waltz The Mikado Sullivan
Laneers The Mikado Sullivan
Japanese Anthem. Hawaii Pouoi.
THE DEPARTURE OF S. S. ALAMEDA.
The Oceanic Company's steam
ship Alameda sailed on Saturday
evening for San Francisco, carrying
away a goodly number of passen
gers, amongst whom were several
notables. The departure of Hon.
II. A. P. Caiter attracted many
persons to the wharf, who seldom
visit that part of the town. Mr.
Carter was parted wilh by affec
tionate manifestations by a large
circle of relatives and friends sulll-
eient to cause his dreams on the
peaceful Pacific to be of a most en
chanting and romantic character.
Ilis Majesty the King, attended by
Col. C. P. Iaukea, Ilis Majesty's
Chamberlain, boarded the vessel,
and took a farewell of his represen
tative at the United States capital.
His Excellency John O. Dominis,
Governor of Oahn and Maui, and
Ills Excellency Robert J. Creighton,
Minister of Foreign Affairs, were
also present. A little after G o'clock,
the gong was sounded and the com
pany parted, the band playing mean
while, lively and exhilarating selec
tions of choice rausio.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pfluger, Rev.
and Mis. Lechler, Rev. T. G. R.
Peek, and Mr. J. J. Aubertin were
literally besieged with friends who
desired to have the last word. The
vessel glided off from the wharf,
amid the strains of the Star Span
gled Banner, Watch on tho Rhine,
God Save tho Queen, finally winding
up with the Hawaiian National
The trip so far was made in ex
cellent time and it will not he the
fault of Captain Morse if on this
occasion he docs not lower tho
Septembeii, 27th 1880.
His Honor Police Justice Bicker
ton delivered judgment this after
noon in the following cases: Soi
Yong, shooting with a revolver at
Mr. Fagerroos. Fined 8100 and
sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for six months. Appeal noted
to Supreme Court.
Wan Nee and Young Sang, assault
and battery. Fined $25 each, aud
to be placed under a bond of 8100
for six months. Chong Hook Alii
and Ah Fat, assault and battery, 20
days imprisonment, and placed
under a bond of 8100 for one year.
Wan Nee and Yuct Song, similar
charge lined 825 each and placed
under bond of 8100 each. Appeal
COL. MACFARLANE IN SAN FRANCISCO.
The following is from the San
Francisco press, relating to Col. G.
W. Macfarlune's mission.
AN IMPOItTANT MISSION.
Colonel George W. Mncfarlnuo
arrived here on the Bteamer Austra
lia, charged with an important mis
sion by tho Hawaiian Government.
Though tho envoy refuses to give
any information regarding tho mat
ter, it has been reported by some of
his fellow-passengers that the Ha
waiian Legislature, now in session,
passed a loan act about half an hour
before the departure of the Austra
lia, aud Colonel Macfarlano was
hurriedly dispatched to treat witli
Mr. II. It. Armstrong, representing
a syndicate of English capitalists,
ill regard to placing Hawaiian bonds
to the extent of 82,000.000 on the
London maiket, to bear interest at
C per cent, redeemable in twenty
years. The syndicate is composed
of Baring Brothers and Sir Alexan
der Matheson, oue of the wealth
iest baronets in England, whose
nephew Mr. Ariiistiong is. The
latter gentleman has been some time
in the Hawaiian Islands, This
syndicate will be joined by Claua
Spreckcisi who alrctuly holds $500,
000 worth of Hawaiian Government
bonds. It is understood that this
money, secured by the consolidate
revenue of the eoimtry, is to be
used for internal improvements and
productive works and for tho pay
ment of all outstanding Government
bonds hearing 7 and 9 per cent in
terest The conditions of the loan
will be the same as the lust Chinese
loan of 87,000,000, llontcd on the
London market. The full text of
the private dispatches which Colonel
Mncfarlane bears fiom King Kala
kaua to Mr. Armstrong will not be
made public until the Colonel re
turns to Honolulu. Ono of the last
acts of the Legislature up to dale
was to depose Charles Judd, the
King's Chambei lain, whose unpopu
larity was so marked that his depo
sition was the occasion of almost re
joicing. The ex-Chamberlain's ac
counts aro being examined by tin
expert. Major Curtis Iaukea, Col
lector of Customs, succeeded Mr.
Judd in the office.
A DEAL IN HAWAIIAN BONUS.
One of the arrivals by the steamer
Australia recently was Colonel
George W. Maofarlane, who is on
his way to London to provide for the
loan of 82,000,000 leccntly voted
by the Hawaiian Government.
Bonds bearing six per cent interest
and redeemable in twenty years will
be issued. A syndicate has been
formed in London, consisting of
Baring Brotheis, Sir Alexander
Matheson and Clans Sprcckels,
which will purchase the bonds.
Mr. Spreckcls already holds 8500,
000 in Hawaiian securities. The
money obtained by this loan will be
used upon public improvements, and
for the payment of Hawaiian bonds
bearing seven and nine per cent in
terest. BUSINESS ITEMS.
C. J. FiHinn, is selling 20 yards of
good prints for .1. 38
We.st, Dow & -Co. have received
ex steamer Wilmington, Ash Bed
room Sets, School Hags, Harmonicas,
Rustic Frames, Guitar and Banjo
Strings, Musie Books nnd Sheet
Music. J2 3t.
Mit. Chas. .1. Fishel wishes us to
announce that he has received this
day by the steamer Wilmington a
very huge stock of new goods ordered
expressly for November 10th, for the
celebration of the King's birthday.
The latest styles of Millinery, the
largest and best selected btock of
Millinery ever shown in this city.
New Embroideries Laces flouncing
in ecru, cieani-white. All the above
goods will be for inspection in a few
days. 42 3t
I'UIIE, ltlCH AND ONLY
gjT FRESH ICE CREAM jf
KVEKV DAY AT
HORN'S Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery & Ice Cieani Rooms. 27
Dh. Flint's Heaht Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Dit eases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
Patkonize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, wheie he is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealeis is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget tho
name J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE I
Kapiolani Bath House!
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to tho above named ieort, near
tho Marino Railway, where you can
get tho best appetizer in tho world
fresh air and salt water bathing and
boating. Refreshments and cold
drinks upstairs. 10
What everybody needs at tho pre
sent hot spell is something cool and
refreshing. There is nothing like
the superior handmade Ice Creams,
Sherbets and Fruit lees served at tho
Elite Ice Cream Pallors, 85 Hotel
street. Keep our fancy cakes and
candies in mind. They can't be beat.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. IIOUN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and linker.
71 Hotel Hi. inr Telephone 74
Choice Property Tor Sale.
LOT COItNElt OF FOItT AND
Sell. ml hireulB, belonging lo Mr.
M. LouUson. Enquire at the olllee of
M.B.GIUNHAUM & CO.,
28 Im Queen Streets.
$ uo mo
Haw'n Carnage Miuif'g Co.,
E. O. Hall & Son,
C. Hrowcr & Co.,
Wiiiluku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
Inter.Ielaud S. N. Co ,
38 Merchaut Street.
. We are Fighting Opposition!
Selling at Cost I
No connection with any corner,
flST- Lookout when the TEMPLE of FASHION" will
have one" day in this month, where we will give Goods
away, T$0 PAY. 27
HERE WE COME
Willi a Pino
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS !
Which we will sell
Boys' Suits from
Mens' " "
Our Furnishing Goods aro all Guaranteed, are as Fine in Quality, and aB Cheap
in Price as any legitimate linu-e can all'onl to sell in Honolulu.
Remember this Stock is New ! Remember the Prices are low, and eur Goods
We cannot afford to give trash away to draw customers but will sell you some
thing which will give satisfaction and ninkc you call again at
ECAftl AND CO'S,
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Ciistflitt-niA Cloii, Gents' Furiisbiiux Goofls,
HATS, OAFS, ETC , F1'C.
Latest Styles and JTovelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and special request, a. t-nuill inioice of the finest hand-made,
Most Durable Cents9 Shoes
Obtainable in the
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
HAS KECEIVED, PEH AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smnked Halibut, Hums, Bacon, Hlock CoiltHli, Kits- nnd tins Sul.
moil Hell ies, kegn Hutlcr, Cain Cheese, kegs Pickles, kegs Pig Pork, Tuble Kill
sins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Spiced Beef, Boned Chicken, Linn h Tonguer, Chip,
ped Ueef, cases Oysters, Sardines, Sea Foam Crackers. Flour, limn, Wheat, Oatc,
White Castile Soap, Granulated Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Germeu,
Breakfast Germ, Choice Teas, French Peas, etc. AUo,
"Good Night" and Palace Brandt Kerosene Oil.
AH at Lowest market tales anil tntisfaction Guaranteed. (3r V U. Box 872;
U42J Telephone 1 ID.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
1X1 Fort Hlreet,
Importers 8c Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Just to hand, per ale.iiner Australia Keg Holland Herrings, kegs Family Corned
Ueef, kegs Family Coined Pork, Kegs Pamllj Haiirkruui, kegu Mixed Pickles,
lcegB Crvbtul Drip, liu Extra Choice .Salmon Bellies, kit Ettra Choice
At iinl.'.tr.il fff.ali jiitnl.'ftil lltillliul fr.'uli Rmnl.,.il Mulm..., Fn al. C,ir.1...l C...
hum II , line A Uiiiiii'h lIlbiuitB, (Jriiliam Wafer-, (liiueu Flakct-, Sea Foil in
WafeiB, Midgets, Glngei Wafurhiuid Water. These hbcnlts, nnd a full line
of Cumin! (J i mii and iJmln, abo fresh Apples in boxes, in quantities to suil,
at lowoht mniki t piin. Isew Cm I a Potatoes nnd Ouluin. in tine cwidlttou. 17
(Formoily with Samuel Nott
Impoi'Loi- and Dcnlov in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OHOOKEHY, GLASSWARE, IIOUBE FUKNIBIUNO HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
E3T Store formerly oc(upied by S, NOTT, opposite Sprcckels &. Co.'g Bank. -
OF FASHION !'
anil G5 Fort Street.
wo aro juBt "below.
TO THE FRONT !
at the following
P. O. Hox 2D7.
Health is" Wealth !
Do. E. C. Wwt'a Nkbte aud tlitAiN Trxat
Kxmt, n gunnuitecd apectfio for listeria, Dlitl
noM. ConruMlomi. F1U, Nerroni Meurnleiii,
or alcohol or tobacco, Wakpfulnp, Mental Dfr
promlon. Softening of tho lirain. molting In In.
mmil and lradinic to raiterr, decay and draUil
Prematura Old Act, Harrcnnna, Loss of l'owor
In clthor nex. Involuntary Lioeaca and Hpcrmntor
rheco, oituod lr OTcr-exortion of tho bruin, w-lf-nuuae,
or OTAr-lndnlgraofl. Each box contain!
one month's treatment. 81.00 a box, or aix boxro
for $3.00, sentbym&ll prepaid on roceipt of pner.
WK tiCAIlAXTEE BIX BOXES
To care any caao. With each order roeeixed by tit
for alx boxoa. accompanied with $5.00, wo will
send the purchaaer our written guarantee to res
fond the money if tho treatment does nc effect
a euro. Uoaranteealaauodoaly by
JIOLIilBTISIl & CO.
TrKU!frtlMftWrww4 IMy rurUTwContUlBlfl
p7.rp.lA. atk Ht4Mh..lftUeUo( CMltlpUl vt CmUtmim
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Uou m llri.Ur MflM with. Ttxj ... pu.1? v.pul.1., ui
MnrMllactnMlUlKUcia. 0(w CotU. Utt boiH,m.
Ul.kf fiU, M ...U. T.r Ml. fcr ill Jntjtrt.. 4
MulwMu ul Imlulku. Ti. pnhi Buibctora Ml. T
JOHN O. WIST CO, III IJJ W. II.4UM BC, CuLfL
?m kfcl VMutt Ma k null pnp.U H mtfl r a a mI turn
HoIllMter & Co.,
.10 dm Wholes-ale and Itctnil Agents.
ler-lsM S. I Co.,
Tlie JSest Route
to the World Kcnowncd
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and .tnuncli
Steamer W. C. Hatl
Leaves ' onohiln at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, October fith.
The Maimer pase- nlouir the entile
coast of 'he lieuuril side of Ilawiiil, af.
fording linirht:! a pniKunmn of clinrni.
lng Fcencn. ard will slop at Keidnke.
kua Bay. where bulllelcnt time i allow,
ed to vMt the Monument of Captain
TourlMs by ihis route rencli Puunhm
at fi o'clock" on the day after leai g
Honolulu, being only one niglii oti the
vcs-el. milking the "entire pa-sage in
smooth iiler. At Punnluii there i tliu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom there tourists will beennvryed
liv riiilrriMtl tn Pnlmln Iln.nr.. Iiv .tnr.
couch to llulf.wi.y Hoiit-e, where horses
nnd eiiide- will be in attendance to con
vey them lo the Vob-nuo.
Tourists will have two niKhtn and oue
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, whiih
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHKY ARMITAQE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort stn et, or al the office of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Esplanade. fSIO flm
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Month.
28 1 DANIEL LOGAN, Proprietor, ly
Having ecuied the Servile o
Geo. G. Stratemeyer
we aie picpared lo execute all
House or Sig-ii
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
FisbDlates, Bolts & SpiKes.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Burnt Out, - biit Not Dead !
Ryan's Mt-Biiliiic Slop
Is now adjolnli g the rear of
Chas. Brewer & Co.Ts Bos
ton Line of Paekots.
Shippers will pleupo I nke no
tice that a llrFt.clilsa veaiel
J will bo In the berth loadinr
r frt .1.1.. - i.. t . .
iui nun jiiiii in novi-rouer. 1
tall December Ut. Orders should leav
here by Huniii-r or October 1st to hay
Another llihtclasu vessel will sail for
IliU port on or nhout the 1st day of
Mnrch. 1887, of which fuitlur notice
will be given.
For particulars, apply to
(J. RREWEH & CO., AcenU. '
Honolulu, Auk. 24, 188(1. ig
Store for Kent, and Fix-.
tures for Sale.
THAT desirable Stoic now occupied
by the LADIES' DAZAAIl, 88 Fort
stroct, and all the Fixtures, Olasp Oar.
&c, for sale. For further particulars,
enquire on the Fremiti s, 41Q
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