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FJRI DA Y.OCT.
Schr Ivnulkesioull from Kolrila
Schr Emma from Kauai
Schr Elitikiil from Walnhia
Schr Mana from lloiiointi
Schr MHIo Monls from Molokal
Stmr Wuliiiannlo from Walmnunlo
Schr llotilu fi tun Koolau
6 S Gaelic for Yokohama and Houg-
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
SclirMolwaliiuu for ICoholalelo
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kaulkuaoull 2,200 bags sugar
Ehtikal 202 paddvyind !S0 hides
Emma 170 b.igs lice, and 12 hides'
The ElMuoie Is all out and awaits a
The Ella Is loading sugar for ban
The WS Rownu will soon be ready
,to sail for Han Finiielseo.
The btnir Lehtm will sail for Wind
ward Potts on Monday next.
The ehooner Eliukal will lay up for
a week to bb denied and repaired.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Thomas It Foter, Rugg
Bk Elsltiore, .fenks
Uktno riautcr, Penlniau
Ger bark Pacific, Oltinun
American baik Sar.inae from
Yoik, alled.Iuly Rlth, duehereNov. 18-
30. to Catle K (JooKo.
Brit bail: W 11 Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed Jiinc 9th, due here Octobei
2Gth-Nov Hi. to Scbaefer & Co.
Hrlt bar!.' Iioiioiag, sailed fiom Liver
pool, .To.uc oth, due hero October 3id
Nov 'st, to D.ivlcs & Co.
Am bk Maltha Davis, F ML Benson,
.sailed from Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengaber, Rolleston, from
LLiverpool, due heic, J.m 15-31, to
Davies & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, duo here Dee 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am baik Caibarien, Perkins, from
Sau Francisco, due at Mahukono, Sept
30th. at Honolulu in Oct. to Castle &
Am bark Maltha. Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lcrc Jan 15-80,
to Sehaefer te Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampoon. LMarston,
from the Colonies, duo heiu in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope. Fenhallow, from Port
Townsend. due here Oct 15th, to Lowers
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TtEAi) Clias. J. Fishers new adver
tisement on the fourth page.
The .Opium Bill is a special order
.of tho day for to-morrow.
Dit. Tucker loplies, in an advertise
ment, to repeated enquiries.
Mn. Goo Kim's new advertise
ment, "Huirnh, Hurrah," requires
. o .
Tiieui; will be music to accompany
the skating at the Yosemite rink to
An extra drill and examination
for coiporals will bo held this even
ing, by tho Honolulu Rifles.
Tun Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society "will meet to-morrow evening
at tho lesidence of Mr. P. C. Jones.
The Bishop of Honolulu will con
duct the service at St. Andrew's
Cathcdial this evening, nt 7 o'clock.
The mare which came by the
barkentine Eureka tho other day for
Mr. John Watcrhouso, turns out to
be a trotter.
Tin: Supreme Court, after exam
ination, has ginnted a licenso to Mr.
J. K. LNaeole, to piaetise in tho lower
.courts of tho kingdom.
If the gun-boat Pole should steam
with all her power against tho back
ward motion of n shooting gun,
-which way would she go?
The S. S. Gaelic weighed anchor
shortly before 11 o'clock last night
for Yokohama and Hongkong, tak
ing from this port 20 Chinese passen
gers. Ill ll'-" '
The Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company announce another dividend
of !j2 .per sharo, payablo to-morrow,
at tho company's office, pepr the
Cuituiied Criminals, Wiggins
knew it, British Itulo in India, Bis
marck's Latest Scheme, Who was to
blame? &c. Will bo found on our
Juunixo from the handsome bou
guots frequently seen on tho counter
of Wildeis S. S. Co,, somebody in
that office must bo very popular with
Tjiuitu Aviis no ffesh fish in tho
market this morning, except about u
dozen mullet. Tho iUhcrmun guy tho
sea was too rough to permit fibbing.
Hent'o tho bcaicity.
Mospav next 2 o'clock p. m. is tho
time fixed for tho niectiiiK of the
.stockholders of Kolou Sugar Com
pany. The ofijco of Messrs. Hack
Jold & Co. is tho place of meeting.
Camtai.v and Sir. Ryder, in their
cnid of thanks, published in this
paper Wcdnecduy, unintentionally
omitted the iiumcH of Sir, and Sirs,
J. 1'. Bowen, who weie very kind to
the deceased mate up to tho time of
Sgrgg!ggggSgTgSg ""' " ' m ' vh vij.'ma.j.mami.-j jh
TliBtic will be n Turkey Dinner nt
the Club House, Lincoln Block, from
5 to 8 this evening.
Mr.MH!:ns of Iho Honolulu Library
mill .Heading Room Association are
ngain reminded of the annual meet
ing, lo be held at 7 :30 o'clock this
oveniiig, in the Heading Room.
Tin; examination of LMr. Rosen
tlniTrt goodp, that ciuno by tho S.
Bowne, by the Custom lloum officials
yesterday, to eco what was dutible,
gave raiso to a false report that a
seizure had been niado.
The Myrtle senior four oared crew,
in the boat Rodger, and the Myrtle
junior six oared cruw,in the Strnnger,
laced fiom the 0. S. S. whaif to thu
spar buoy and leturn, last evening.
Tho junior eiow bent by two minutes,
PlioiiAnt.v tlie first government
oflkial to appear at tho place of duty
to-dny, was tho ) ostiiiaMi'i-Goncral,
who was waiting at the olllco for
admission hcfoie tho opening of many
down-town business establishments.
Hon. Paul Neumann, ex-Attorncy-Qencial,
will enteitnin His Majesty
the King and several Government
olllcials nt dinner, to-morrow evening,
nt the Hon.gentleman's residence. The
Band has been engaged to furnish
.music for the occasion.
There is to be a series of one hour
go-as-you-pleie foot races nt the
Yoseniite rink shortly, for gold nnd
silver medals as first and second
pri7.es. The races, best two in three,
will be free to all competitors. The
entries so far are, J. L, Torbcrt, Janms
Brown, nnd Portuguese Joe.
Tun appointment of Mr. Sam
Nowleign to Quartcrmnstcr-Gcneral
leaVes the King's Own military eoni
pany without a senior captain. Mr;
Chas. Clark, junior captain of tho
King's Own, will probably be elected
to till the vacancy left by Mr. Now
leign. It may be lemembeied that during
tho trip befoie last of the steamer
Lull u a a bullock jumped over-board
at night, and was t-een no more.
That very same bullock, it wjis leai li
ed this trip, made shoie thiough tho
surf, and traveled back to the ranch,
some Id miles.
The new coffee saloon to be opened
on Hotel t-tieet, will be under the
supervision of Mr. Cavenagh, this will
in no wise interfere the Club Dining
LRooms on King street. It is thcie
that Mr. C. is "at 'home" daily. Ho
hopes that both institutions will
redound to his credit.
Mit. I)amon,of Waterhousc's Queen
street store, had a peculiar experience
with an unweaned ice man one
morning last week. Mr. Damon got
up rather early that morning, and
had the displeasure of finding the
ice delivery man milking the cow.
Milking other people's cows seems to
have been a common trick of the ice
man, but there'll be no joke in it if
he's caught again.
The Waikiki bus, driven by Jim
Sherwood, capsized on the road this
morning. It was turned over by the
horses becoming frightened at a
dump cart employed on tho load,
and backing into a ditch. Sherwood
fell under the bus and was pietty
well squeocd. Mrs. T. It. Walker
and a small boy, passengers in the
bus, were badly shaken up but not
A NEW RULE.
TJie following is a new rule of the
"It is hereby ordered that here
after examinations for licenses to
practice in the Police and District
Courts shall be had at the October
and April terms of tho Supreme
Court at Honolulu, and at no other
time or place. Applications for
admission, accompanied-by certifi
cate of good moral and character,
must filed on or before the first day
of the above terms."
APPOINTMENTS ANO DECORATIONS.
Colonel James II, Boyd has been
appointed His Majesty's Vice-Chamberlain,
and Brigade-Major A. B.
Hayley, Intelligence OHlcer of the
Forces of the Kingdom. Col. Clans
Spreckcls has received tho decora
tion of Grand Olilcer of the Koyal
Order of Kapiolani ; Hon. S. Parker,
the decoration of the Boyal Order
of the Crown of Hawaii j Hon. W. G.
Irwin, tho decoration of Knight
Commander of the Royal Order of
Kapiolani ; and Mr. John Ena, tho
decoration of Oillcer of the Boyal
Order of the Crown of Hawaii.
HE DRANK KEROSENE.
A crowd of natives on Queen
street, near Alnkea, at about 5
o'clock last evening, signified that
something was wrong. On reaching
the spot it was asceitained that a
little boy had suddenly become very
sick, and that a doctor had been
sent for. In a few minutes Dr.
SloWayno arrived with his mediolno
case, and immediately proceeded to
where the child was. The child, a
half-while boy, two or three years
old, was lying on his stomach and
crying spasmodically, lie had
swallowed a quantity of kerosenu
oil, not enough to make his condition
serious, but sufllcient to make him
miserable. Dr. SloWayno gave the
child an cmclio which remedied the
HIS ONLY CONDITION.
When Colonel Sain Migratory
Norris was asked about the Gover
norship of Ocean Island, this morn
ing, he said that he would take it on
one condition, viz. : that ho bo
allowed to reside In Honolulu as
other Governore do, He would
guarantee pence among the Inhabi
tants of Ocean Island, and would bo
satisfied with half of one year's
6nlnry in advance. "Oh, no you
don't,' cried Captain Jcnks, ''that
won't wash. The Government
already knows Hint tho yellow nlloy
of copper and zinee in jour cotuito
nnncc is sullluicnlly gieat, without
any on your coat."
INCREASE OF TITLtLS.
The new appointments gazetted in
the Advertiser are nliuost "too
numinous to mention." Each one
will probably remember his own
title, even if he does not know what
are the functions of his ofllce.
During the late Civil War in tho
United States, a petition was sent
up to Congress fiom nn enthusiastic
Military State, praying for the con
firmation of tho titles that had been
conferred upon thirteen of its citi
zens. They were nil Lieutcnant
Generals, and as such it was asked
they ho conlhmcd. A gentleman
whose military spirit was not tainted
to the same degree as the petitioners,
said he would feel compelled to
oppose the prayer. Being called
upon to state his reasons, he said,
"this morning as he was walking
down towards Congress, a darkey
threw a stone nt a dog. He missed
tho dog, but hit thirteen Mnjor
Generals." Under those circum
stances he could not sec tho neces
sity of creating any more oflleors of
THE SUCCESSFUL SHOW.
Doctors' Hill and Ronnie continue
to attract the public attention. Last
evening, the lot was comfortably
filled, and large quantities of medi
cine wero disposed of, also a number
of teeth were extracted. At the
present rate of which teeth arc up
rooted, there will be very few left
for the next specialist that comes
along this way. Those three grand
Christian maxims, Faith, Hope nnd
Charity, seem to pervade tlnough
out the doctor's practice. To have
the principles fully explained, it is
necessary to go and listen to the
glibc and valuable tongue of the
doctor who talks. He does so in nn
unostentatious style, that is pleasant
to listen to, and easy to hear. Per
haps it would bo a good idea if the
doctor were to take the theatre for a
night or two, making a small charge
for admission and a little extra for
a few reserved seats. All the ladies
in town are desirous of seeing and
hearing one who has attained such
renowned notorict' in the medical
ONE ROAN HORSE, poul truv.
ulur, Urtikim losmlillu uud harnc s.
Thn (Highly .sound, quiet and gen'le,
and suitable for a lady to drive. Tiiil
Also, ONE BLACK MADE, broken
to saddle and harness; sound ni,d senile
Kor nartlculuis enqnlie ut the BULLE
TIN OFFICE. 51! lw
Executor's ami Wee's
By order of A. .1. OARTWIUGHT, Sr.,
the Executor andTrutUc of the Iiim wll
and tcjlnmcntof EMMA KALELKONA
LANI, deceased, we will sell ut l'ulilic
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13th,
At 10 o'clock a. m.
At the late residence, corner Niiuuuu and
Beretnnia Bis,, the following
4 Mamo Feather leis
3 E E Feather Leis,
9 Pue Feather Lets,
21 Pauku Feather Lois,
6 Will Feather Leis,
1 Elegant Etagere.
1 Bust, "Queen Victoria,"
An m-ortment of
JET? EL DRY !
Consisting of Gold Lnckcls,
Gold Rings, 1 Pcirl Ring.
1 Emciuld BIhk, Gold Watcher,
Bangles, Chains, Etc., nUo,
One Large State ('arniip
tSf The articles will be on view on
TUESDAY, October 12lh,from 10 o'clock
a. in. to li p. m,
IIiiw'nCiirrinKeMiinf'gCo., ft fid 100
E. O. Hall & Bon.tntw Isiue)'l00 100
Hell Telephone, Q, 3!1 10
0. Hrcwur & Co., 111! ICO
Woodlawn Dairy, i)(l 10U
Wiiiluku Sugar Co., 07 100
Wulniunalo, 170 100
Star Mill, ,.fi fiOO
Hcclpiocity Sugar Co., r-0 IOC
Ice Company, 87 100
Inter.Ialand S. N. Co., 105
L. A. THURSTON. Slock Hrokci
38 Mcrcl.nntRtici't. lfil ly
A LIj pcrtniiH
wlio want to communi-
XX. cute with the Poitucucsc, cither
for business, or for procuring workmen,
sen lints or any other helps, will find it
tho most profitable way to nihertlee In
tlio l.uio Jlawaiiauo, the new organ of
the Portuguese colony, which is pub
lished ouMciohnnt hluel, Gazelle linild.
Inp, Post-Olllce Letter 1U E.), and
only charges rcusouablo rules for udvir-tlsenicnts.
BU3INESSITEMB. UpfllfH Q WPaltH f I
TCE CREAM "f tliol'iirenmidltlch- lluMIUI iO 1001111 M
X fit uuiillH tiiiin one quiiil to any "iK'iaD , M .. I onAU"l M
quantity uiwiiril ,! nil td punki-d
in leu, I rum 11 ..'Clock a.m. a n tin k
l' M., fret: ol uln.igu to nny pan in llo.io
lulu and suburbs by die Pioneer tietun
Candy Factory and Bikuy.
25.00 ONLY is the pucu
W lor 'I wo u. ill' us in any
null nnd always frch inmlo Stuun leu
Cititin, giiuriiiiiueil 10 hi- ausolutd.V pure
or no pry ni die Plontir Sioain Cindy
Factory, Biikuiv ai.d Ice ream Booms.
I'mpitrul ConlocMmiT uud Oina.
mentor, Hotel St., But. Foil &. Niiuuuu
.'I.. ilawiilhm uud Dull TcIgMioiii',
No. 74. 411 tf
tlii! " Wulge," C. J. Mc-
AimsTs' Materinls, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., nt King
Bros.' Art store. 49 Gt.
Don't think twice if you are in
need of line Ice Cieam, Cakes and
Candies. Tho Elite Ice Cream Par
lors, 85 Hotel stieet, will attend your
ordois promptly nnd gunrnnteo en
tire satisfaction. Boll Telephone 182
Mutual :t3S. U
Dit. Flint's Heaut Ukmkdy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith As
Co., Agents. Ho-l
Patronize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Ilingfey, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, whore he is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and piomptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street,
The War-is Over 1
Wo aro not giving anything nwft.v to
sell our poods, tib we I'O'live in marking
goods ut a small proll'. Tills we have
done nnd will continue do so.
LADI ES, W2 ask you to go and price
goods nl the lioii'r s ifint nro advertising
cutting prii'c in two and -cllinji lielow
cost; then conie and price our ponds and
if you do not find the plies lower than
the lowest, don't purchase from us.
Our Stock of
Staple & Fancy Dry Gooiis
I till new and fresh, direct from Europe,
New "Yoik nnd Sail Francisco, coni ris.
lug Hie following ititieles:
Black and Colored Silks and Satins,
Merinos, Ribbons, Lacos, Hosiery,
Gloves, Lawns, Linens, Sheetings,
Shirtings, Tablo Linen, Napkins,
Towels, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We have u fi.ll line of
In the Latest St les of Trimmcd'and nn
trimmed Hats Fealhcrs, Flowers, Vel
vets, Hat Pins, fllrds, etc., etc.
GENTLEM EN, wo have soiucthlnf
for ou in the shape of a
Which we rliiim is the host in this mar
ket for I lie price. It is diHerent from
any oilier in tlii -t ina'ket We havo
them Luuwliied nndUnlaunililed, in two
grades Come In ai d ec them,
A full line of
Always on hand ami nt bottom prices.
(urge and well assorted
In Silks, Satins, Pongee.
Grass Cloth, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Pans, Sashea, Etc., Etc. Etc.
Ladles and Gentlemen may rest as
Hurt'd of fair (Un'iig and courteous
treatment. Goods ihown'willi pleasure
and fccmplcs furnlslscd.
Corm-r I'm t nnd lloltj street",
GKO. II. PEACOCK.
Mimuger. 07 Fr Jim
New Photograph Kooms.
OVKR Jfli'holV 'lore, Fort strict,
next iho Sliontiiig Gallery, Pic.
turcs, Fortraltb uud Vler.s. Flist-olubfi
work, bntibfuctioti gunrautued.
80 ly J. A. GONSALVES.
We are Fighting Opposition!
Selling at Cost I
S. COBLN & CO.,
US ami G5 Fort Street.
No connection with any corner, wo aro just below.
(S3 Lookout when the TEMPLE of FASHION will
have one dtiy in this month, where we will give Goods
away, NO PAY.
HERE WE COME
With n Kino Assortment of
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS !
Which wc will sell nt the following
Boys' Suits from - $3.00 upwards.
Youths' - - - - 4.00 "
Mens' " " - 9.00 ' "
Our Furnishing Goods nro all Guaranteed, niu us Pine in Quality, nnd as Cheap
In Price as nny legitimate hoii'c ciui afford to sell In Honolulu.
Eemember this Stock is New! Remember the Prices aro low, and oar Goodi
We cannot nflord to give trash away to draw customers hut will sell you some
thing which will give satisfaction and "mnUo you call ngain ut
EGAfta AND GO'S,
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST TJNES OF
Gastouaie ClotMii, (tents' Feiiiistiiii Gooiis,
IIATB, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Idtest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and special
request, a nuiill imoice
Obtainable In the
CHAS. HOSTAGE, GROCER,
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smohed Hulibut, Horns, Bncon, Illock Codfish, Kits nnd tins Sal.
mon llcllies, key. Hutler Cala Cheese, keps Firkie, ket's l'ii; Fork, Table Rai.
sinB, Figs, Almondt-, Walnuts, Spiced Reef, Boned Chlrkth, Luni h Tongues, Chip,
ped Ueef, ciises OybterH, Hardiiio, ScaFontn Ciackern. Flour, limn, Wheat. Ontv,
Whlto Castile Soap, (itaiiulnied Sugar, Culm Sii)inr, Powdered Sugar, Germeu,
Breakfast Germ, Clioh e Tens, French Peas, etc. AUo,
"Good Night" and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lotvcst nuirkel rates and Sutibftiction Giiuranleed. f3f' I. 0. Box HT3;
842 J Telephone 111).
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 Xoirt Htroct,
Importers & Dealers in Stapled, Fancy Groceries.
Just to hand, prr steamer Australia ICcgs Ilnllnnil Herrings, kegs Family Corned
Reef, kegs Family Corned Fork, Kcgn Fuuilh Sam kiniit, kogh Mixed Pickles,
kegh Cr still l)rp, kits Emim Choicu Salmon Rclllcs, kits Extra Choice
Mackerel, fioh Smnlted linlilmt, fresh Smoked Salmon, fresh Smoked Sau.
sii).'e, fresh Sniokeil lleif, hiiiaker Plmr Haiui, Urn Dupeu Hnuis, Jacob
Do'il's lliifl'alo Iiaiiis, Oil i Dilid Fi;;s, black nnd white; Ciln Chcere, Oicgou
Oreiim Client, Suit Cliecfc, Ha" Sago Cheese, Fine Appln Cheese -nud Edam
Clime, 2 lli lilockt-j Snow Wliiiu Oodllfli, Ciclly Lcinone, fresh Pear, Red
Cubb.iger. &"- i'ariiciilar .iiientimi is railed to a nice assortment of the fain.
niu- II lines dc Conn's His nils, Graham Wafer-, (Juken Fluke,., Sea Foam
W ii fin h, Jlnlgi'l, Glig rWulciHiiud Water, These hihciilu, and n full line
of ('iiiiiii'il Oimilh and Jialu, also fii'ah Anpies In boxes, in qiutiilllles to suit,
at loit iiiiuki t piiei. Ie Cala Polaloes und Onions in line condition. 17
(Foimcily with Samuel Nott.
liitlrt ami louloi- In
STOVES, Ol-UkDEUERS, LAMPS,
OROOKF.RY, GLASSY AhF, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE,
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
Kff- Store former) v occuplc I by S-. N'TI, opposite Sprocket & Co.'fl Bank. -
augliter in Laces !
TO THE FRONT I
of the timet hand-made,
P. O. Box 897.
Dr. IS. C. West's Nmte xxn nmitt TnriT-
kint, n guarantied Bppclfio for Hyitorin, DJzii-
Jloadacho. Nervous Prostration, canaod by tha no
of alcohol or tobacco, WakcfnlnM. Mental Vo-
,1, v.. net .;&, n
rlicca, caused bj
in cttner sex, involuntary Ljomm and Hpcrmiitor
Y QTf.r.nYPrf inn i
oi wo ur
on month's trontmont.
nuUM, or over-mums
-- . -a . --.-
Ffl I tl Ullf.
onco. tnch box contain
L. 1.00 n tmt. n.llr Imi..
for (5.00, sontby mall prepaid on receiptor price.
WK eUAlULIilEG HIX BOXKM
To euro nny erne WiUicachortlerrocnWotlbyn-.
for aix boxea, accompanied with $5.00, wo will
end tho purchaMr oar written Ruaranteo to re
fund tho money if tho treatment doea not effect
a euro. Guarantees iatuod only by
IIOXUlHTOElt tfc CO.
Wf will rT U br nwanl for any m ef Llm Cemplklet'
Djiptr!. auk 1 IJuk.,Ij lc.uk, coiUrtloo or ciItio.ii,
"""Inn wli Wnl'i .fTUi.l lint nil., lia Ik. dine
Una v ilrUtly tomplfc with. TUj art (only rtuU. u4
MnrblltotfraMluruUoa. 8or.rCf.Ud. Urn Ioih.iig.
UUb( K fUli.ll tnU. Tn ll. if aU drafthu. Dr.va f
HaabrMU loj ImlUUou. Tka (raalaa Buabcton4 aalr r
IpHN O. WIST CO , l!l 1M W. Hadteoo BL. CalracZ
frta Irkl taaiaft ml maU p ttraia m nolyl cl I cut llu
IIolliHter aSr Co..
Wliolt-r-alc nnd Hctnll Agents.
DURING my absence fiom the King.
lom MK.C. IIUSTACE holds my
power of attorney In net for mc, nntl
MB. W. H. BUDDY t authorized to re.
eclvp moneys and sign reccioti for me.
S'ap Workf-, T.eleo, Hiinohilti. Aiiir.
2. tf-80 17lf'
Store for Kent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT di"lritlile Store now occupied
by the LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Fort.
street, and till the l ixture-, uis ta-cs,
&c. for nlo.
For fuither iiiirlirulnrs.
enquire on tin1
STEAI CAM FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Raker.
71 Hotel Si. -JST Telephone 74
Inter Island S. I Co.,
Tlie JBewt DEtonte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kisauea
The now and ttJiiincli
Steamer W. C. Hal!
Leaves ''onoliilu.il 10 o'clock a.m. on
FRIDAY, October 15th.
The Meainer pns'es aionL' tlio entire
coast of the leeward side of llawil, af.
fording tnuri-tK u panorama of charm,
ing FCLiiir.v, and will stop at Keiilaku
kua Ray, where Mifllcient time is allow,
ed t'i vUit the Monumeui of Captain
Tonrietsby iliis loute reach Punaluu
at 15 o'clock on ihu day after leaving
Honolulu, being only o'ne night on the
vessel, making the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there lourl-ts will be conveyed
by railroad to Pnuuln. thence by stage
coach to H.ilf.wny House, whcie horsts
and j;uidc- will be in attendance to con.
vey them to tlie Voinino.
Toiiriftts will have two night and one
whole day at tho Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HARRY ARMITAGE,
Agent, nt Williams' Phoiogrnph Gallery,
Fort strict, or al the office of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Esplanade. :i'0 Gm
Having fccuicd the Service o
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we are picpuui to executo all
House ox Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
H. IIAOKFEIiD & Co.
Burut Out, but Not Dead !
Is now adjoining tho rear of
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