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WEDNESDAY, SEPTUS). 188(1.
Stmr Wnlnlcalo from Occnn Island
"" DE1ART URE&
Stmr Lclnui for Windward Ports, nt
noon. . , , ,
Steam schooner Suiprhe for Waiunai
Schr Wnlinulu for Ltiupahoehoc. llo-
iioiiiu, Pnpalkcm ami llllo
Schr Emma for Kauai
From firemen, per bark Pacific, Sep
tember 28 Messrs Pfotcnlicuer ami W
For Windward Torts, per steamer
Klnnti, September 28 J Nnwnhl, Hpu
W 11 Castle, wife and eblld, Mis Ash
ford, K Ehrlleli, James Campbell and
servant, C K Stlllman, wife and family,
Mrs .HI Holt, V 11 llnlstead, Judge Z
Kalal, II M Alexander, Mis C N Arnold
and !1 children, Mrs Makalun, A II
Smith, and about 175 deck.
For Kauai, per steamer Iwalanl, Sep
tember S Her Excellency Governess
Lanlliait, Mr Pfotonhnucr, W Zoller, E
Muller, Mr lluohholty, C II Tleman,
Mrs Kuo Kamlo, Mr
oho, and ICO deck,
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Wilmington, Hughes
Bk Isle of Kiln, Jas Inkster
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Bk Atnlautn, 1) O KUhnan
Bk Elslnore, Jcnks
Bktno Planter, Penlman
Ship Amana. Hceket
Gcr bark Paeltle, Oltmau
VESSELS EXPECTED. .
American bark Saranac, from New
York, sailed July KUh, duo here Nov. 18
10, to Castle & Cooke.
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, due here Oetobei
20th-Xov 1st, to Scliacfer & Co.
Urlt bark horn-rag, sailed from Liver
pool, June rth, due hero October 23rd
Xov 1st. to Davles ,te Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Hoston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer To.
Haw bk Thomas It. Foster, F Y
Itugg, from Newcastle, X S W, due
Nov 1", to Brewer & Lo.
Am bktno Eureka, from San Fran
cisco, due here Oct 1st, to Hiiekfeld &
Urlt bark Glengaber, ltolleston, from.
"Liverpool, due here, Jan 15-31, to
Davies & Co.
Am bktne S X Castle, Hubbard, from
1'ort Blakely, due here Dee 15th, to
Castle & Uooke.
Am bark Calbarlcii, Perkins, from
San FranoLeeO, due at Mahukono, Sept
30th. at Honolulu in Oct, to Castle' &
Uooke. , ,
Am schooner W S Bowne, Paul, from
San Francisco, due here Oct 1-8, .to
Schaefcr & Co.
Am bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lerc Jan 15-80,
to Scliacfer & Co.
Am bktne Ella, Bust, from San Fran
cisco, due here Sept 25th, to Brewer &
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, Penbalk.w, from Port
Townsend, due here Oct 15th, to Lowers
In this city, September 20th, to tho
wife of J. 11. Fisher, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Hustace-Ward wedding occurs
Usual services in the churches this
The Honolulu Rifles drill at their
armory this evening.
The Hebrew new Year commences
at sunset this evening, being the
Mn. Davis declares that the run
ning race at Kapiolani Park, was
perfectly fair and legitimate.
Miss Chillburg will be glad to at
tend to orders for millinery work, at
Nichol's Art Rooms, Fort street.
Mit. Lewis J. Levey will hold his
regular cash sale to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock. And at 12 noon, apples,
onions and potatoes, just landed in
prime condition, will bo offered.
Rev. E. C. Ogglo and Mrs. Ogglo
received and entertained, at their
residence, last evening, tho members
of the Bethel Union congregation.
Tho occasion was Mr, Oggel's '15th
birthday. It was a season of enjoy
inont to all participants.
D.on't think' twico if you are in
need of fino Ice Cream, Cakes and
Candies. Tho Elite loo Cream Par
lors, 85 Hotel street, will attend your
orders promptly and guaranteo en
tire satisfaction. Hell Telephone 182
Mutual :J38. -14
Mn. L. B. Kerr, tho tailor, has
nearly finished tho new uniform for
the Band Boys. They will probably
bo worn for the first time at tho
clobing ceremonies of tho Legislature.
Professor Beiger speaks in high
terms of tho make and finish of the
Tun wharves on steamer days
(Tuebdays) aro always protty lively.
Yesterday they were unusually so.
Portuguese families and their biiggngo
were shipped oil' in all directions.
The Inter-Ibland Co.'s wharf at 4
o'clock, looked ono heterogeneous
mass of boxes, babies and baggago.
Bcfoio the sailing hour, 5 o'clock, a
clearance was nuulo and everything
stowed away in its place.
A business meeting of the Bethel
Union congregation will be held this
eveuing, after the usual services, at
the Lyceum to hear nud consider the
report of tho Trustees relative to
tho purchase of a new church build
ing site. A full attendance s
NAVAL 00UI1T OP EHQUIflY,
As wo go to pre89, n Naval Court
of Enquiry is being held nt the British
Consulate-General into the I093 of
the British ship Dnnnottar Castle,
Martin, master, on Ocean Island.
Major James II. Wodehouso, II. B.
M.'s Commissioner and Consui
General President, Capt. Mist, Capl.
Jas. Inkalcr and Capt. Reelect eon
stituto the Court.
A MINSTREL SHOW GOMINC.
The public of Honolulu may ex
pect to be treated to an ninateur
ministrel show shortly. A company
lias bcon organized, consisting
mostly of members of the Honolulu
Yacht & Boat Club. The object of
the show is to raise funds for the
benefit of the club. The boys arc
working zealously at their parts,
and a good performance may be
The painting by Murillo, "Ninos
dc la Concha," will bo on exhibition
at King Bros, this evening, and will
be left there for a few days. The
painting was copied from 'the ori
ginal, at Madrid, and is pronounced
by connoisseurs to bo a very fine
copy. It came by the Amana, and
is the property ol'oneof the citizens.
THE CAPfAltTAND TtHEMLONEL.
Captain Jenks says that during
the voyage in the Elsinorc, from
Honolulu to Newcastle, Australia,
and return, he caught only one fish,
and that was a shark. The monster
was hauled on deck and killed, and
then thrown overboard again. The
Captain says that if Col. Norris had
been on board "we would have had a
stew." The Colonel retaliates by
declaring that he knows only one
way of getting evcu with tho Cap
tain, and that is by sailing with him,
or, in other words, paying for two
weeks' board and getting GO days.
RETURN OP THE
S. S. Waialeale
gs Good Tidings !
At an early hour this morning, a
steamer's whistle was heard through
out the town. It proved to be the
S. S. AVaialcale on her return from
her expedition to Ocean Island. On
landing, the whole party was re
ceived with a hearty welcome. On
the news being imparted that Cap
tain Martin and the 22 men who
were with him, had been rescued
and taken on to Valparaiso, there
was a general feeling of relief to all
concerned. Captain Hall, who
commanded the expedition reports
having light trade winds and fine
weather all the way down, arriving
off the Island on the 20th inst., at
10 A. jr. Anchored within a cable's
length of the stranded vessel. One
boat was sent ashore and one boat
to the ship.
In the cabin was found a docu
ment, of which the following is a
"Cure'Island, August 18, 188G.
This is to 'anyone' that comes
here, that the crew, 22 in number,
of the ship 'Dunnottar Castle,' after
being hero for 33 days, was taken
off the Island by tho ship Birnam
Wood, of St. Johns, N. B., from
Hongkong,, bound to Valparaiso.
My Chief Officer, five men, and one
apprentice, having gone away in the
life-boat, over threo weeks before,
for assistance. The Birnam Wood
being bound for Valparaiso, I ex
pect to be landed there. At the time
of departure the crew were all well.
II. A. Maiitin,
Master Ship 'Dunnottar Castle.'"
On shore a bottle was found sus
pended to a pole and it contained a
similar paper. Tho Hawaiian por
tion of the expedition lost no time
in accomplishing the work allotted
to them. They erected a house or
shed and placed tho water tanks in
position for catching water. The
taking possession of the Island was
a formality that Col. J. II. Boyd at
tended to with duo ceremony. After
doing all thai could be done, Cap
tain Hall started for tho return trip
and arrived this morning at six
Mr. Norman, lato Chief Officer of
the Dunnottar Castle has been un
well during the voyage. Ho bore
up manfully against his sufferings,
and to-day he saya ho feels, himself
again. On npproaching Ocean
Islund, and seeing no living soul
where he left them, ho felt doubtful
about the fate of his shipmates, but
on seeing two or three dogs running
about, his mind was appeased. Tho
dogs formerly belonged to tho ship.
They had been left behind, and are
in good condition to-day.
Major Wodehouso is highly pleased
with the very efficient manner in
whlclj the rplief service was con
ducted. Captain Half and pjiief
Ofllour Norman nro to bo commeniloc"
on tho manner In whluh they per
formed their respective duties.
Ever since the unfortunate wreck,
tho ship's company have been at
tended with extraordinary luck.
Eighteen hundred miles in an open
boat(l). Effecting a safe landing
nt Ivalalau (2). The despatch of
the S. ,S. Waialcale with a relief
party on boaul, anil her prompt re
turn lo Honolulu (H). Jn fact every
thing connected with the work done,
since tho vessel stranded, has been
done well. Let us hope that Cap
tain Martin and his '22 men are as
well as the seven or eight men m
THE FAR NORTH.
Port Townsend, W. T., Sept.
10. Tho steamer Idaho arrived
from Alaska to-day, two days be
hind time, having encountered very
heavy weather. The Idaho brings
more gold dust from Alaska than
lias ever been brought before at one
shipment. Tho miners have arrived
at Juneau from the Yukon, and
after buying provisions returned at
once. No definite news was ob
tained from them, but they had
considerable gold dust with which
to pay for provisions. It is thought
the Yukon country is not up to the
standard that is represented.
James Blake, mate of the English
schooner Carolina ; Hans. Guttsor
men, master, and II. Nortmnn of
the English schooner Thornton ; 1).
Monroe, master, and J. Marketich,
mate of the English schooner On
ward, and C. A. Raynot, master,
and John Johnson, mate of the
American schooner San Diego,
seized by the Corwin for violation
of the fishing laws, were arraigned
before Judge Dawson on August
25th, at Sitka. The crews of the
vessels were not arrested. Capt.
Raynor was found guilty as charged,
and sentenced to two months im
prisonment, and his mate, Johnson,
to thirteen days.
United States steamship Pinta
left Sitka, September 4th, to go to
Takutat, to bring Lieut. Scliwatka's
exploring party back.
A sad story comes from the Warm
Springs back of Sitka. Mrs. Archer
of Juneau, Mrs. Woodley of Port
Townsend, and Mrs. E. II. Brown,
wife of Deputy Collector at Sitka,
accompanied by two infants, went
to the springs, the two former
ladies being alllictcd witli rheuma
tism, and hoping there to regain
their health. Two men left the
springs about August 27th in the
only boat there, promising to send
a steam-launch for the ladies from
Sitka. This they forgot to do. On
August 3rd Mrs. Brown's infant
was taken ill and soon died. The
only man left at the springs started
across the trail in search of assist
ance and for two days the poor
women were left alone with the
dead infant. A canoe at length
arrived and the Indians took the
ladies and corpse to Sitka, where
they arrived next day. The man
who had gone for assistance arrived
after them. Mrs. Archer was left
at the springs, as she was in such a
state that it was impossible to move
her. A steam-launch was at once
sent to her relief. Mrs. Brown and
Mrs. Woodley arc completely
broken down, but it is hoped they
will recover. Their mother lives in
As far as was learned from the
Corwin's lato cruise in the Arctic,
the whaling season has been unpro
fitable. The steamer Bear has res
cued the crew of a wrecked whaler,
name unknown. The bark Eliza
had one whale and the bark Coral
two. There is no hope for the crow
of tho missing whaler Amethyst.
S. F. Bulletin.
TOUGHING SCENES AT CHARLESTON.
One of the very touching incidents
of the earthquake shocks in Charles
ton, S. C, on last Tuesday night is
thus told : Charleston has a large
Catholic population. After the first
and -severe shock they rushed for
their churches, where the blessed
sacrament is always kept, before
which is a perpetual light, and the
priest relates that as soon as he felt
the shocks he rushed for the yard.
In the streets were gathered thous
ands of Catholics who wanted to
enter tho church. Ho closed and
locked the high iron gates, keeping
the crowd from entering the church,
which he feared might fall nt any
moment. Then he opened the
church, that tho multitude might
look upon the tabernaclo whero rests
the Holy Ghost. Instantly all fell
on their knees and began praying.
Donning his cassock lie went out
among ins people, wno ocgnn to
gather in even greater numbers,
who, falling on their knees before
him, made their confessions, ho
giving absolution to each ns ho pass
ed among them, hearing ns many
individual confessions us possible.
The priest tells mo that nearly, if
not all, of tho other priests of tho
city did as ho had done. Troy
Times Sept, (I
Mlt. GhiiB, J, Fished wishes ua (o
nnnounco that ho hna received this
day by tho steamer Wilmington u
very lnrgo stoek of now goods ordered
o.qiressly for November 10th, for tho
celebration of tho King's birthday.
Tho latest styles of Millinery, tho
largest and best selected stock of
Millinery over shown in litis city.
New Embioideries Laces llounuing
in ecru, creum-whito. All tho ubovo
goods will bo for inspection in a few
days. -12 3t
A Woman's Mcriis and
i .,..:... ..
A. Voice from -.ViiHtrln.
Ncir llio village of Zlllingdorf, in
Lower AuMrla, lives Maria Haas, an in.
tolligcnt and Industrious woimui, who o
story of physical fullering and final re
lief, as telaled by herself, is of latere -t
to EnglMi women. "I was employed,"
she says, " In ihc work of a targe farm
house. Ovcr-work brought on sick
headache, followed by a deathly faint
lug and sickness of the stomach, until I
was unable to retain either food or
drink. I was compelled to take to my
bed lor sevoinl wukt-. Getting a little
heller from rest and quiet, 1 sought to
do some work, bjil was soon taken with
a pain In my Hide, which in a little
while seemed tospicail oyer my whole
body, and throbbed In my every limb.
This was followed by a cough and
shortness of breath, until finally I could
not sew, and I look to my bed for the
second, and, as I thought, for the last
lime. My friends told o that my tlmo
had t-eai'ly come, and that I could not
live longer llian when the trees put on
their green nro more. Then 1 happen
ed lo get ono of the Sclgcl pamphlets.
I rend 11, and my dear mother bought
me a bottle of Select's Syrup, -which. I
took evnetly nccoidlug lo directions,
and I had not taken the whole of it be.
fore I felt a great change for the better.
My last Illness began Juno 1882, and
continued to Aueust 0th, when I began
lo take the Syrup. Very soon I could
do a little light work. Tho cough left
me, and I was no more troubled In
b entiling. Now I am perfectly cured.
And oh, how happy I am I I cannot ex
press gratitude enough for Sclgol's
Syrup. Now I must tell you that the
doclois in our district distributed hand,
bills cautioning people agaiust tho
medicine, telling them it would do them
no good, and many were thciuhy influ.
enced to destroy the Seigel p.unphlels;
hut now. whciover one is to lie found, It
is kept like a relic. The fow preerved
are borrowed to read, nnd I have lent
mine lor six miles around our district.
People have come eighteen miles to get
me to buy lb medicine for them, know,
ing that it cured me, and to he sure to
get the light kind. I know a woman
who was looking like death, and who
told them tbcio was no help for her,
that she hud consulted sovcr.il doctors,
hut none cdiild help her. I told her of
Seigel's Syrup, and wrote the name
down for her thai she might maUc no
mistake. She took my nuvico and the
Syrup, and now she is In perfect health,
and the people around us nro amazed.
The medicine bus nude such progress
in our ncightmihoud that people bjiy
they don't want tho doctor any more,
but they lake the Syrup. SufTereis from
gout who were confined to their bed and
could hardly move a linger, have been
cured hy it. Theie is a girl in our dis
trict who caught a cold by going
through t-omc water, nnd wns in bed five
years with enstiveness and rheumatic
pains, and had to have an attendant to
watch by her. There was not a doctor
in the surrounding districts to whom
her mother had not applied to relieve
her child, hut every one crossed them
selves and said they could not help her.
Whenever the little bell rang which is
rung in our place when somebody is
dead, we thought burely it was for her,
but Seigel's Syrup and Pills saved her
life, and now she is iib healthy as any.
body, goes to church, and can work
even in the fields. Everybody was ns.
tonisl.-cd when they taw her out, know
ing how many years she bad oeen in
lied. To-day she adds her gratitude to
mino for God's mercies and Seigel's
Syrup. Mama Haas."
The people of England speak confirm
ing the above.
A-ltOL Many Years.
" Whlttlc-lo.Woods, near Ohorley,
"December 20, 183H.
" D.car Sir, Mother Seigel's medicine
sells exceeding well with us, nil that try
it speak highly in its favor. "We had n
case of a young hidr that had hi-cn trou
bled many years with pains after eating.
She tells us that the pains were entirely
taken away nfler a few doses of your
mcdicitiR, Yours truly, E. Peel."
Piotuiik Frames and Cornices
mndo to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
Wi:st Dow & Co. liavo received
ex steamer Wilmington, Aeh Bed
room SetH, School Hags, Harmonicas,
Rustic Frames, Guitar and Banjo
Strings, Music Books and Sheet
PUKE, KIOH AND ONLY
FRESH ICE CREAM
KVEUY DAY AT
HORN'S Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery &. Ico Cream Rooms. 27
Dit. Flint's Heaut Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heirt l)is
eiiHO and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. !)51
What everybody needs ut tho pre
sent hot spell is Komethiiig cool nnd
refreshing. There is nothing' liko
the superior handmade Ice Creams,
Shorbots and Fruit Ices served at tho
Elite Ico Creatn Parlors, 83 Hotel
street. Keep our fancy cakes and
.candies in mind. They can't bo beat.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just receive 1 a few more
DUHING my absence fiom the King,
dom MR. 0. HUSTACE holds my
power of attorney to act for me, and
MR. W. II. HUDDY Is authorized to re.
ceivo moneys and sign receipts for me.
Soup Works, Lclco, Honolulu, Aug.
23, 1880 17 tf
We are Fighting Opposition!
Selling at Cost!
Great Slaughter in Laces !
S. COHN & CO.,
US ami 05 Fort Street. -No
connection, with any corner, wo are just below.
flST Lookout when the TEMPLE of FASHION will
have one day in this month, where we will give Goods
away, NO PAY
HERE WE COME TO THE FRONT I
Willi n Pino Assortment of
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS!
Which wo will sell nt tho following
Boys' Suits from - $3.00
Youths' " '.. -
Mens' " " -
Our Furnishing Gooils ore nil Guaranteed, arc ns Fine in Quality, and ns Cheap
in Trice as any legitimate hoii'e can alVord lo sell in Honolulu.
Remember this Stock is New! Hemernber the Prices are low, and ear Goods
We cannot afford to give trash nway to drawcutomcr-i but will sell you some
thing which will gie satisfaction and make you call again at
ECAN AND CO'S,
Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets.
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Custom-mile GlolUni, Gents' Fiirmsliii ' Goofls,
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neclrware.
Also, by repented nnd Fpccinl request, a unnll invoice of the lined hand-made,
MostD urable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable in the
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King: Street, between Fort and Alakca (Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, PEH AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Ibililnit, Hams, Baron, block Coiltli-li, Kiln and tins Snl.
mon bellies, kegx lluilur Cilia Cheese, kegs Pickles, koiut Pit; Poik, Table Hal.
sins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Spiced Beef, Boned Chicken, Lunch Tongnei-, Clilj-.
ped lieef, ciines Oysters, 8aidlno, SeaFouin Crackers Flour, Bran, Wheat, Oi-tc,
White f'astlli' Snap, dimidiated Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Gcrmcr,
Breakfast Germ, Choice Tins, French Peas, etc. Abo,
" Good Night " and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lowest
market tales and SntlRfactlon Guaranteed.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 loi't Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Jusl to hanil, per steamer Australia Kegs Holland Herrings, kegs Family Corned
Beef, kegs Family Corned Pork, Kogs Family Haurkiatil, kegs Mixed Pickles,
kegs GnMiil Hi ii. kit Emm Choice Salmon Hellles, kiU Extra Choice
Mackerel, I null tSninki-il Halibut, fresh Smoked Salmon, frish Hmnk"l San
Kiigc, flush timnkt'il lieef, Milliliter Starr Hams, Hin Dupee Hams, Jacob
Dohl's Hutl'aln Hums, Cila Dried Fli's, bluck nud white; Gala Cheoe, Oregon
Creim OhcuMt, HwIbs (jhecwe, San B'igo Cheese, Pino Applo Cheese mill Edam
Clu-eu, !21l I lookj Snow White Codllsh, Clcily Lemons, fresh Penrn, Red
Cabbage . T I'urtwiulnr attention is called to n liliii asviirlnient nf the fum.
ous H hues it Omitl's UW-uits, Giuhum Wafer-, Oaken Flake. Boa Foam
Wnfoii., Midget, Gli-gei Wnli'isimd Water, These biscuits, and a full line
of Catiuid Goods and Grain, also fiesh Apples in boxes, in (pintitltlcs to sull,
at lowest imiikfl prici. New Cnla Potatoes and Onions in tine condition. 17
(Formeily with Samuel Noli
TmpoWor and llculoi in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OHOOKEHY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE I HON AND TINWAHE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, ... Fort Street.
ty Store formerly occupied by S. NO'IT, opposite Sprcckels & Co Bank. "fc
ru--J-iiv -fimfc ... .jki,. ;j.
Or P. 0. Box 878;
P. O. Box 2U7.
Health is Wealth !
Dn. E. C. West'b Nhitt asd Hrajh Treat
ment, n RuanuitMxl specific for llrttoijn, DlzzL
nog. ConroUIoiu. Fits, Nerroui honralgia,
UoadAchr, Nerroun Prostration, canted b jr tho no
of nlcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental De
pression, Boftonlnu of tho Drain, resulting in in
snnltr and leading to mJiery, docajr and ileath;
L'ranaUira Old Age, Ilarrennrts, bosa of 1'imcr
iucithersox.lnvolnntarr Louses and tipormatur
rlioca, caused by oror-eiortion of tho bralu, twit
nbuso, or over-lmlulffoiioo. Kach box contains
ono month' treatment. SlXOnbox.oreixboxeo
for SS.oo,aontbjr mall prepaid on receipt of price.
WE GUAItAXTEE BIX. BOXKH
To cure anr cao. WlthoachordorreoeiTodbjrna
for aix boxe. nccompanied with 5-00, we will
aend tho purchaser oar written RuamnUoto re
fund thomonerif tho treatment docs not effect
a euro. Guarantees laiucd only by
JlOLIWBXJEIl Ss CO.
TTCwUI Mr tS abort ttwrd ferftor eM ef Urrr Comphlal
rNaMlcvtwha Wtiti VttUM!Jrtr rUll.wkt Ik dim.
MoMfcr Irkllr ocnplW4 wtlh. Tkry tt wtlr rtftUbU, u4
mw fkll I girt MlUfMtkn. irmr CotUd. Iatct Imbm.cm
WUIf 10 (Jib, tS araU. 7r Hi. r U 4n(hu. hnn
MsakrMU u4 ImlUtlou. Tt frLulas Buibctortd Mir br
IOHN O. WIT CO., Ill M W. Uttlteoa Sk, Cakafa.
I Mai fulata V mall atrfaU oa racrl,lr raal uup,
HolllHtcr ato Co..
Wholi'Milo nnd llelnll Agents.
Inter-IsM S. I. Co.,
Tlie JBejt; Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and ftaunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves I onnlulti nl 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, October filh.
The Moainer as-e-i n'oni: the enliic
coast of he lcewurl side of Hnwdl, nf.
fording tntirit-ls a pauoiuiua of charm
Ing ;-ccner,i, and will stop nt Kcnlukp.
kna Buy, uhcie MiMnicut time is allow,
ed to vlblt the Monument of Captain
TourlMs by this mute reach Punaluu
at fi o'clock on tho day after leai'.g
Honolulu, being only ono night on the
vessel, making the entire parage In
smooth viater. At Punaluu theie is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom there tourists will be conveyed
hy railroad to Pahr.hi, thence by stage
coach to Half-way House, where horses
and guides will be in attendance to con
vey them lo the Vnlmno.
Tourists will have two night nnd one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HARRY AHM1TAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort slnel, or at the ofllce of the 1. 1 B.
N. Co., Esplanade. fa'O Ora
A Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cuutn a Month.
281 DANIEL LOGAN, Proprietor, ly
Having pccui til the Services o
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo are picpared to execute nil
House ox Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING SlILLS.
rislulatey, Bolts & Spikes.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Burnt Out, bulNot Dead !
In now ndjoinli g thu rent of
Clias, Brewer & Co.'s Bos
ton Iiine of Packets.
Shippeis will plciibo take no.
t'ce tliut a llnst. class vessel
will be in the berth loading
for this port in November, to
sail December Ut. Orders should leava
hero by tletiiuer of October Ut to liava
Another 111 st-cluss vest-el will sail for
iIiIh port on or about the Ut day of
March, 1887, of which fuitlnr notice
will be given.
For particulars, applv to
0. HREWEH'& CO., Agents.
Honolulu, Aug. U, 18B. IS
Store for Bout, ami Fix
tures for Sale,
THAT desirable Store now occupied
by Hie LADIES' BAZAAR, 88-Fdrt
street, sud all the Fixtures, Gk Casrn,
c,, iur aiv. car uiiiuer nurucuiHri,
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