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THURSDAY, OCT. 1 188G.
S S Onollo from San Fianclco, enrouto
for Yokohama and Hongkong
Stnir I.eliua from Wlndwnitri'orts
Stuir G It Jtlsliop for Hamal.ua
VESSELS" fEAVliTlffms' EVENING.
S S Gaelic for Yokohama and Hong
kong at 5 p m
CAnCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr J.ehtia 855 bags sugar, and
head of catllo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Thomas It Foster, llugg
How no, Paul
Ilk KI(nore, Jenks
Hktne Planter, Perilmnii
llktno Em oka, Winding
(5cr hark Pacific, Oltniun
American balk Saranae, from New
Yoik, alledJtilv l!Ith, due here Nov. 18
:i0, to Castle & Cooke.
Brit haikWIl Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June Oth, due heiu Oetobct
20tli-Xov 1st, to Schaefcr & Co.
Urlt bark Iioiutiii?, sailed from Liver
pool, Juno iith, duo'hoie October 23rd
Xov 1st. to D.ivles & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Br3vcr & Co.
Urlt bark Glengaber, Iiollcston, from
Liverpool, due huie, Jan 15-31, to
Davles & Co.
Am bktnc S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due heic Deo loth, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Calbarlen, Perkins, from
San Francisco, due at lahiikono. Sept
30th. nt Honolulu in Out, to Castle te
Am bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 2$, duo lero Jan ir-yo,
to Schaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lanipson, ilai'itoii,
from the Colonies, duo hero in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, Penhallow, from Poit
Townheud, due here Oct loth, to Lowers
LOGAL &. GENEilAL
The Gaelic leaves at i
3 o'clock this
Tun Hawaiian Band will play at
the Queen's Hospital to-niouow after
noon. The examinations for corporals in
the Honolulu Killcswas postponed
until next Friday evening.
Mn. Kerr is, busily engaged making
unifttrins for the ofliccis of the Ha
Mn. J. Afcch has piesenteil to each
of the local liio companies a largo
size portiait of himself.
Wur.N the appropiiation bill passed
its third leading, the giand total
amounted to $1,512,477.10
Mn. Win. O. Irwin, in company
with Col. Glaus Spicck'elb,-will leave
for San Fiancisco on the 23inst.
Thk steamship Australia will be
due hero to-morrow, en louto fiom
San Prancifcco to Sydney, Australia.
Tin: tearing down of the builings
lately occupied by Mr. Michiels and
Mr. Max Eckart, on Fort street, be
gan this morning.
Tun members of the St. Andrew's
Church Association meet this evening
at the house of M. P. Robinson, Esq.,
Puikcess Liliuolcalani's regular
monthly reception will be held this
afternoon, from 3 to 5 o'clock, at her
resilience, Palama. The Band will
be in attendance.
The annual meeting and election
of oflicers pf the Honolulu Library
and Heading Boom Association will
be held at Library Hull to-riiorrow,
Priday, Oct. Bth, lit 7 :3CJ p. M.
The semi-annual meeting- of the
Island Association of nativo Minis
torn began yesterday in the Kau
makapili Chinch. The meeting which
generally lasts three days, will pro
bably end to-monow.
His Majesty tho King received the
newly appointed Commander-in-Chief
of the Forces, at noon to-day, at the
Palace. The oflicers' commissions
wero handed to them, and they will
forthwith enter upon their duties.
The Band furnished music. The head
quarters of tho Commander-in-Chief
will probably be at Aliiolani Hale.
A white horso hitched to a two
wheeled cart, and employed in haul
ing dirt for tho Police uthorilics iau
uway this morning, and nindo thingB
hum for a moment. Tho runaway
ciuno down Foit stieet at ti furious
rato; but on turning into a lane op
posite Hopper's mill, tho cait turned
over and brought tho hoiso to a stand.
While tho steamer Lehtia was dis
charging at Puauhau, on her last
trip, u pieeo pf iron belonging to a
steam pump and weighing about
1,500 pounds, foil out of tho sling
into 13 fathoms of water, Tho Marino
Ilailwiiy diver with his apparatus loft
for Puauhau by tho bteumur Kilauea
Hou, this noon, to iccover tho lost
Patient Then you think my
linger will have to be amputated,
doctor? Surgeon Yes, it will have
to come off. Patient How much
will the job cost? Surgeon Fif
teen dollars. Patient Is that the
best you can do, doctor' I'm a
poor man. Surgeon Yes, S15 is
the best I can do for one linger? but
Til cut two of 'em off for 25. N,
Tho sum of four millions, five
hundred tuul forty two thousand,
four hundred and seventy-seven
dollars and sixteen cents is till thai
the Legislative Assembly has appro
pi ititcd for the expenditures of the
next two years. This is at the rate
of 850.78 per head, for every man,
woman and child in tho Hawaiian
Islands. As fully three-fourths of
the population consists of non tax
payers, the outlay will bo some two
hundred and twenty-seven dollars
and seventeen cents (S227. 17) per
head, on the tax-paj'ing inhabitants.
It Is the intention of the Sisters
of St. Andrew's Priory to hold a
Fancy Sale, in tlieir schoolroom, in
aid of the Cethral Building Fund,
on or about, St. Andrew's Day,
Nov. 30. They will he glad to re
ceive contributions of fancy articles,
children's clothing, etc., and of sup
plies for tho refreshment table. An
early communication from all who
wish to assist will be gratifying to
ENGINE COMPANY NO. I.
At the meeting of Engine Co.
No. 1, last night, Mr. Julius Ascli,
First Assistant Engineer of the
Fire Department, presented to the
Company, through the treasurer, Mr.
Sullivan, a large size picture of him
self. The pictuie is an enlarged
photogiaph, beautifully finished, in
a guilt frame, 'and represents Mr.
Aseh in uniform. The meeting was
a large one, and tho gift was grate
fully accepted as a token of friendly
feeling and good-will.
ENCINE COMPANY NO. 2.
At tho regular monthly meeting
of Engine Co. No. 2, last evening,
two articles in the by-laws were
changed. One making members six
months in arrears, and not attend
ing drills and meetings for six
months, (instead of one year) liable
to expulsion. The other leaving
the time of drills to the discretion
of the foreman, who is to give due
notice. During the meeting a gift
from First Assistant Julius Aseh (a
picture of himself in a largo gilt
frame) was accepted, with thanks,
and on motion it was hung on the
wall opposite .a photograph of the
Pacific Hose elllgy.
MISSIONARY MEETING. "
There, was a goodly attendance at
the weekljr meeting in Fort-street
Church lust evening. Mr. Cruzan
in his opening prayer, pleaded that
opium should be kept' out of the
country. Prof. Van Slykc read a
paper, showing the benefit missions
had been to science. Miss Gulick
gave a short account of mission
work in Japan. Answering a num
ber of questions, she said that there
were 10,075 Christians throughout
all Japan, which was a small pro
portion of the millions of people.
During the meeting prayer was
offered by Mr. Bingham and Mr. II.
Waterhouse. Daily Herald.
ARRIVAL OF THE CAELIG.
The S. S. Gaelic, Captain W. ,G.
Pearne, commander, arrived this
morning at 10:14 o'clock, from San
Francisco, en route for Yokohama
and Hongkong. The Gaelic sailed
from San Francisco Sept. 30th, at
2:50 v. m. with 1,005 passengers
aboard, 21 Europeans in the cabin
for Yokohama, and 8 for Hongkong ;
940 Chinese in the steerage for
Hongkong and 3G for Honolulu. Tlie
steamer was anchored off port and
her passengers landed by Mr. J.
Simonson in the steam scow. The
Gaelic brought besides a few pack
ages of merchandise, a largo mail.
She will sail for Yokohama and
Hongkong at 5 o'clock this evening,
taking from this port a number of
THE FREE SHOW.
An immense crowd assembled at
Dr. W. II. Hill's free exhibition, in
tho vacant lot at the rear of the
Shooting Gallery, last night. All
classes and nationalities were in tho
crowd. The people completely sur
rounded the platform, but those not
there earl' wero unable to get near
because of the complete jam. Dr.
Hill commenced by exhibiting the
diplomas of himself and associate,
Dr. Ronnie, his being dental and his
associate's medical. Thcso diplomas
are from recognized colleges in tho
United States, and have been sub
mitted to tho Hawaiian Board of
Health. The Doctor then prooeeded
to give an exhibition of his skill in
dentistry. A steady stream of
patients poured on to tho stage for
15 or 20 minutes, and were operated
on in quick succession, and with un
usual skill. A great demand was
made for tlio medicino, which was
sold in fifty cent and one dollar
puckages. With each package a
ticket was given, which entitled the
holder to a free medical examination
at the Doctor's olllce, Fort street,
tho following day, and if the trouble
from which tho purchaser is suffering
Is one for which this medicine is
unsultcd, the monoy will be re
funded ; for it is not claimed that it
is a universal remedy. The elephant,
iii.-tt. Xu.Mj jSuSi.vtii'-jLi.Ij'
Wlilcll Cumc ut tho tnlo did of the
show, seemed to create considerable
amusement in the crowd.
It was announced that two moro
exhibitions would terminate tho
series to-niglttatid to-morrow night.
BETHEL SOCIAL UNION.
The annual meeting of the Social
Union of the Bethel congiegation
was held, laBt evening, at the
Lyceum. The pripcipal business
was the election of oflicers, for tho
ensuing year and committees for
six months. The olliccrs elected
me President, J. E. Hldwell ; Vice
President, Mrs. T. G. Thrum ; Sec
retary, Mrs. U. Jay Greene ; Trea
surer, E. W. Ltingley.
Tho committees elected arc:
Literary Mrs. II. A. Parmelce,
A. L. Smith, Addle B. Peteison.
Music Annie Ilustace, Alice
Love, Mrs. I?. Jay Greene.
Refreshment Mrs. Robt. Lowers,
Mrs. E. W. Langley, Mrs. II. M.
Children's Mrs. E. C. Oggel,
William Watcrliousc, May Dilling
ham. Floral Mary Carter, Helen Ladd,
Helen Hillcbraud, Annie Hustace,
Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mary Babcock,
Eliza Lucas, Nellie Bickncll.
Visiting Mrs. B. F. Dillingham,
Mrs. R. J. Greene, Mrs. S. E. Bis
hop, Mrs. J. O. Carter, Mrs. D. P.
Peterson, Mrs. J. Shaw, Rev. S. E.
Bishop, J. W. Robertson, John
Welcome J. Shaw, E. W. Lang
ley, T. G. Thrum, W. R. Kinney,
R. J. Greene, N. Logan, Mrs. J.
M. Damon, Mrs. S. E. Bishop, Mrs.
E. C. Damon, Mrs. J. M. Oat,
Lizzie Campbell, Addie Peterson.
It was agreed that the usual
socials be held evcrv second month.
A SLAVE TO THE KEROSENE HABIT.
Superintendent Mctsger, who has
charge of tho supplies for the Third
avenue elevated stations, has for
some time wondered why it was that
at the uptown Sixty-seventh street
station several times the quantity
of kerosene was used as at any other
station on the road. The lamps
there did not burn any brighter than
tho rest of the company's lamps,
neither did any of the station men
carry it to their homes, for a watch
was put upon them and they are all
payers of large gas bills. Mr. Mcts
ger's curiosity was greatly increased
when about three months ajjo, a new
kind of oil called "non-explosive"
was furnished at the station and no
more was used there than at any
other place on the road. He put
one of the sharpest and shrewdest of
the companj''s detectives at work,
and the latler's investigation proved
that the cause of the oil leakage was
a big, G-foot colored porter, William
Dickerson, who is employed about
the Sixty-seventh-street station.
William confessed that he was a
slave to kerosene-drinking and that
to him there was no wine, no matter
how ancient or costly, that could
compare with his favorite beverage.
He began drinking oil when a
boy in "Ole Kaintuck," where he
was born. His appetite for melons,
apples and peaches was almost un
controllable and when he had sa
tiated it his stomach rebelled until
he became doubled up with cramps.
Ilis mother didn't have a private
bottle of " '49 brandy," and Ja
maica ginger to" draw upon and its
only substitute, in her mind, was
kerosene ; so young Dickerson was
dosed with the oil liberally. As he
grew older, the desire for "ilo" in
creased in proportion to his size and
capacity, so that now a teactipftil is
needed, where, before, a spoonful
was sufficient. Now, when the
cramps come on, nothing short of a
half a pint of kerosene will alia'
the pain. Many witnesses testify
to his eccentricity in his cravings
for oil and say that they have
watched him dispose of cupful after
cupful. Ho sa3's that the "non
explosive" oil burns his throat,
while the other "don't taste like
uecently the manager or a
Boweiy museum called on William
and tried to induce him to accept on
engagement at his place of enter
tainment. But William's wife and
six small children as well as Wil
liam himself are entirely satisfied
with the honor that has already
come to him from his fellow-porters
and they do not wish to become
public personages. Tho manager
offered him $15 a week to drink oil
before the East-Siders, but he
stoutly refused to deseit the rail
road company. N. Y. Tribune.
"Say, Mllus, when air yer gwine
ter name yer now boy," a negro,
upon meeting an acquaintance,
asked. "Done named him,"
"Dat so?" "Yes, sir." "Hopes
yer gin him er big name." "I did.
Named him arter a big Congress
man." "What does yer call?"
"Oleomargarine Bill." "Dat's,
right. Name him arter do states
men an' do folks knin say dat he's
er slouch. Dat generman what yer
named him arter hil' do whole Con
gress for a luuiig time, an'o' cose
urns' be er smart man."
O LUSO HAAVAIIANO.
ALL pel sons who iunt to communi
cuto with the Poitugucso, either
tor businebs, or for procuring workmen,
servants or uny oilier helps, will find it
the most pioillahlo way to mlverlUe in
the Luto 1awaiiaiw, tho now organ of
tho Puiiuiiuoie colony, which is puli.
lUhed on Merchant Bluet, Giuelte Build,
inp, (1'ost.Olllco Letter Box K,), mid
only charges leiisouuble jutos for udvtr
DUSIHES8ITEM8. UflQUh fi III 03 Ml f 1
ICE CREAM of the I'ureKtnmlRlch-u-aqtmllty
ftotn mil' quart to any
quantity tijiH-aids mn delhernl (ricked
in Ice, Irom II o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
p.m., free of charge to any pait in Bono,
lulu and suburbs by the Pioneer ijtcatu
Candy Factory and Bakery.
-45.00 ONLY Is the price charged
cjp for Two Ualliais ol nny flavoied
rich and always fresh inane atcfttn Ice
Crenin, gimratitoeit to be absolutely puio
or no pay at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bukoiv ami lee Cieum Booms.
Pi net Itul Coulee oner ami Orna
inenter, Hotel St., B -t. Foit &, Ntiuanu
Ms. llawilllun and Hell Teloi'lioni s,
No. 14. 40 tt
tuo "Wulgo," C. J. Mo-
Aiitists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Ait store. 4!) Ot.
LADIES call and see the latest styles
if Uii'lerwe.u, the hands-micH in
this city. Ex S. S. 'tVihnlimtoti.
40 GOO KIM.
VA lnvu nr ivtd ix
our White Shiits
xb. S. Wllmiiutioti.
(; ill mid tee them, us they uie dllfeieut
fiom anything in this city.
40 - GOO KIM.
Don't think twice if you are in
need of fine lee Cieain, Cakes and
Candies. Tho Elite Ice Cieam Par
lors, 85 Hotel 'street, will attend your
orders promptly and guarantee en
' tiie satisfaction. Bell Telephone 182
Mu'tuul 338. 44
Dn. Flint's IIeaiit Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Ciiculation. Descriptive book
with oveiy bottle. Benson Smith it
Co., Agents. 351
Paikonize Home Industry by buy
ing cigais of J. W. Ilingloy, Cigar
Manufactuior, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepaied to fill nil
oideis at the lowest possible whole
sale pi ices. Inland orders solicited
and piomptly filled. The attention
of dealoi.s is lespuctfully invited to
the fact "no licence is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingluy, nor tho place
Crvstal Soda Woiks, Hotel street.
, CHI ly
A Woman's Sifciis and
A. Voloo i'roiii AuHtrla.
Near llie village of Zillingdorf, in
Lower Austria, lives Mai in Hans, an in.
lelligcni nuil industrious woman, whose
story of physical Milleiing and final re
lief, us related liy herself, is of interest
to Kngli-h women. "I was employed,"
shesus, "in the w oik of a large farm
house. Over-woik Inouglit on sick
lietidaehe, followed by a deathly faint
ing and sickness of the stomach, until I
wat unable to retain either food or
drink I was conipcllid to take to my
bed tor several wcek-. Getting a little
better from lest and quiet, I sought t
do somfi work, but was soon taken with
a. pain in my side, which in a little
while seemed to spread over my whole
body, and throbbed in my every limb.
This win followed by u eongh and
shortness of bieath, until Dually I could
not sew, and I took to my bed for the
second, mid, as I thought, for the last
time My fiicnds told nf Unit my time
hud i' early come, and that I could not
live longer I ban when the t ices put on
their gnen lice more. Then 1 happen
ed to get ono of the Hcigcl pamphlets.
I read It, mid my dear mother bought
me a bottle of deigel's Byrup, wliicn I
took exucily aecoiding to directions,
and T hud not taken thu whole of It be
fore I felt a great change for the better.
My last illness began Juno 'J, 1S82, and
continued to Auaiut Dili, when I began
to lake the Hyrup. Very soon 1 could
do a little light woik. The cough left
me, nml.l .was no more troubled in
b'euihing. Now 1 um perfectly cured.
And oh, how happy I am I I cannot ex
piess gratitude enough for Sulgul's
Syrup. Now 1 must ti-11 you that the
doctois hi our disirut distributed hand,
bills cautioning people against the
medicine, telling them it would do them
no good, and many were thereby intiu
diced to destroy llie Seigel pamphlets;
but now, wlicrcvcr one is to be found, it
la kept like a relic. Tho few preserved
are borrowed to read, and have lent
initio tor six miles mound our distiici.
People have come eighteen miles to got
me to buy tho medicine for them, know,
iug that it cured me, and to be Mire to
get the light kind. I know a woman
who was looking like death, und who
told them there was no help for her,
that she had consulted several doctors,
hut none could help her. I told her of
Seigel's Syrup, and wrote the name
down for her that she might make no
mistake. She took my advice and the
Syrup, and now she is In perfect health,
and the people around m uie ama.ed.
Tho medicine hits made such process
hi our neighboihnml tint people say
they don't want tho doctor any more,
but they lake the Syrup. Sufferers fro;n
gout who went confined to their bid and
could haidly move a linger, have been
euicd hv it. Thero is a girl iu our ills
tiict who caught a cold by going
tin ouch some water, and was in bed llvu
years with eosjlvciiess mid iheumatlo
pains, ami mm io uavo an nitenuaui io
watch by her. Theru was not a doctor
In the surioiimllng dim ids to whom
her mother had not applhd to relieve
her child, hut every one oiot.-ed them,
selves and said they could not help her.
Whenever the little bell lang which is
rung iu our plate when somebody is
dead, we thought suiely it was for her,
but Selgel'n Syrup and Pills saved her
life, ami now she is as healthy as any.
body, goes to chiiieh, and can woik
oven In tho Holds Uveiybody was in-,
toiiibl'cd when they saw her out, know
ing how many years she hud been in
bed. Toiluv she adds her gratitude to
mine for (iod's meicles und" Seigel's
Syrup, Mauia Haas."
Thu people of England (.peak conllrin.
ing the above.
A.i'La' Hovorul Youw.
"Stoke Ferry, January Dili, 1881.
"Gentlemen, 1 havu usid Slegel's
Syrup for seveial years, and have found
it n most elllcaciotis renudy for Liver
comphiintH and gcneml debility, and I
always keep Miint) by me, and cannot
speuk too highly in its praise I re
main, yours truly, Harriett King."
TEiPLt OF FASHION KHMI I
We are Fighting Opposition I
Selling at Cost I
Great Slaughter in Laces!
S. COHN & CO.,
G.J ami 05 Fort Stieet.
No connection witli any corner, we are just below.
B3T Lookout when the TEMPLE of FASHION will
have one day in this month, where we will give Goods
away, NO PAY. 27
HERE WE GOME
With a Fine
Which we will sell ut the following
from - $3.00 upwards.
u 4.00 '
" - 9.00 '
Our Furnishini; Hoods arc
in Price as any legitimate liou-o
Remember this Stock is New! Remember the Prices are low, and ear Goods
We catmol nflord to give trash away to draw customers but will sell you some
thing which will gho satisfaction nnd make you call again at
EGAN AND GO'S,
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KliOElVED, TIIE FINEST LINES OF
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
by repeated and special request, a Hindi
Obtainable iu the
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King' Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, FEU AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Il'ililnit, Hams, Bacon, Block Codtish, Kits and tins Sal.
mon Bellies, kegs Uiuter Uulii Cheese, kegs Pickles, kegs Fig Pork, Table Hal
sins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Spiced Heef, Bonid Chiekui, LuiilIi Tongue, Chip
ped Beef, cases Oysteri-, Saidlne-, SeaFoim C aokerb Flour, Bran, Wheat, Oats,
White ('ai-tilu Soap, (5 1 anointed Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Germen,
Breakfast On m, Choice Tens, French Peas, etc. Aljo,
"Good Night" and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lowest
maikei intcs and Satisfaction Guiuunicul. 3f P. U. Box S72;
tales imil Satisfaction Guaiiintctd.
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T.inwTs a, nn aRnnRS
XJXJ It J.U VSU JJtf U1IUV1UIIMI
111 Xoi'L JStroet,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Just to hand, per steamer Austialia ICegs Holland Hirilngs, kegs Family Corned
Hecf,kegb Family Uornul PmU, Kegs Familv Sauikraut, kegs Mixed Pickles,
kegs Costal Oiips Mis KMr.i Choice Salmon IScllics, kits Extra Choice
Mackerel, fiob Stnokul Halibut, flesh Smoked Salmon, fiesh rimokfd Sau
sau'e. fich Smoked Heef, w hittakcr Starr Hams, Hm Dnpen iliims, J.icoh
Dolii's linllalo Hams, O.ilu Driul Figs, black and uhitc; Cila Uheoe, Oirgon
Orc.t in Cheese, bwiss Cheet-e, S,u Sago Cheise, Pine Attplo Cheesu and Kilam
Cheeo. '.Mb blocki-: Snow While Codllsh, Cicily l.eiiioni-. Iresh Pears. Ked
Cahb.teo.. Vsf 1'arliriibir attention
mis Holmes c Coutl's lliivuits, Grulmm nfei, Oaken Hake?, heu Foam
Wafeih. At diitlj.. (ill iru ' lei blind Water. These bibcuits, and a full line
of 1,'anntd Oonds and ratn,alo fiesh Apples hi boxes, in quantities to suit,
at louet-t innikel pi ice. -New t'ala Potatoes and Onions In flnu condition, 17
(Formeily with Samuel NotP,
Import ci juid JLenler iu
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS.
OUOOKJHIY, GLASSWAltK, HOUSE FUKNJSHINO HAHDWAKE,
AGATE 1HON AND T1NWAHE.
Agent HaiFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
t2T Stoio formerly occupied by S. Nu'JT, opposite Spreckels & Co.'g Uauk.-
TO THE FRONT !
all Guaranteed, are as Pine in Quality, and as Che ip
can afford to sell in Honolulu.
imoice of the liiusi hand-made,
P. O. Box 207.
is called to a nice assortment of the fain.
iiuiihii io iffumtii 'S
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Dn. U. C. West's Nkjite and ItaAiN Treat
ment, n guaranteed epeclQo for Hysteria, Xiivti.
riisj, OuQTUlilona. Vila, Nerroua Neuralgia,
of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness; Montal Ia
jrvsalon, Boftenlng of tho Brain, resulting In iu
annity and leading to misery, docay nnd death;
Premature om Ar, Rarrennets, Loss of Power
ia cithor box, Involnntnry Losses and Hpcrmntur
rlian, caused by oTer-oxortlon of tho brain, solf
iibupo, or orer-lnilnlRonco. Each box contain
nno mon th a treatment. $1.00 n box, or eix hotel
for $3.00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price.
WK OUAItANTEK BIX BOXES
To enrs nny enso. With each order received by im
for six boxes, accompanied with (3.00, wo will
send tho purchaser our written RtiaranUoto re.
fund tho money it tho treatment does not effect
a cure. Guarantees issued only by
noiXjisToait tt co.
XTZ will rr the tUrt rtwr4 for ftny fcM of Llrtf CetBiJnt
DjirF,s. skk lfrftdMh.MIfMtloa,Conillpltoo CttUttftMc,
uwt cart wits Wnl'i .tiUM. Ur.r IIUi, win tit dlrte
tlooilr. itrktlr eomflkj with. TUr wtlf vttuUi,u4
MTttfeU to (Its utkbcUm. 8tmr CnUJ. Lsrfa tKiiM,cn
Ulslsc W '. ctlU, far br aU dntll"U. Baw tt
MuWrfaltl mat InluUou. Tts tla nuafactond "lr T
I011N O. WIST CO , III A lI W. UaJlaoa Bk, Cbkafa.
Iraa trial paaUfa atat aj ma prrpaJJ ea rtctl l ef 1 east Maa tb
HolVlHter fc Co., .
80 flm Wholesale and llctall Agents.
DUItINU tnv ntaenre from tho King
dom MH'.C. HUSTACE holds my
power of nttorney to act for me, and
MH. W. H. HUDDY U auihoriyed to re.
celve moneys and sign receipt" for me.
S'ap Works, Leleo, Honolulu, Auc;.
23, If 80 17 tf'
Store for Kent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT desirable Store now occupied
by iho IiADIES' HAZAAK, 88 Fort
street, and all the FiMuri", Ohi-" fates,
Ac, for sale. For further paiticulars,
enquire on the Ptorui-e'- 410
STEAM CAM FACTORY
F. HOHN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook nnd Baker.
71 Hotel Su 82T Telephone 74
MM S; N. Co.,
Tlie JBesst Boute
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The now and htanrieli
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
FRIDAY. October 10th.
The steamer paes alone; the entire
coast of Uie leeward side of Iliiwnit, af.
fording tourists n panorama of dimm
ing scenery, and will stop at Kcalake.
kua Hay, where siifticieut limo is allow,
ed to Vi-dl llie Monument of Cantuin
Tourists by this ionic reach Punaluu
Ht 5 o'clock on thu day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making the entire passage in
smooth water. At Puniiluu there is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will he conveyed
l.y railroad to Palialn. thence by stuge
condh to llalf.wny House, wlieie horses
and iMiidu will he in attendance to con
vcy them io the Voh-nho.
Tourists will liiivti two night mid one
whole day at the Volcano llousu
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAIIRY ARMITAGE,
Agent, at Williitms' Photogrnph Gallery',
Fort stn el, or al the office of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Esplanade. '.r,0 0m
Having fccuied the Services o
Geo. G. Stratemeyer
we are piepired to execute all
House or J5ig-ix
HONOI.UI.U PLANING SIILLS.
Fistjlates, Bolls & SpiKes.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Burnt Out, but Not Dead !
Ryan's Boat-BnilflinE Sdob
Is now niljolnlng tho rear of
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"'
Fifty Cunts a Month.
38 DAN1EL.LOGAN, Proprietor, ly