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SATURDAY, OCT. 0. I88G.
S S AUstrnlla from San FranoUeo en-
t onto for the Colonic
StmrLIKcllko from Kiihultil
! L '
Schr Molvvtihlue for Koholalele
S S Atistinllu for the Colonies nt 10 n m
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmi' l.lkcllke for Ksiliulul
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl
Stmr Lehliu lor Wludvvnid Porta
Schr Mnlulo for South So.i Islands
From Kiiliultil nnil by-poils, per stmr
Llkellke, Oct 'Jth Sister Uoiinvetitiiin,
Mrs Pittnupi and child, E Hoffman,
3liss Kinney, W Minimi, Mrs Von
Grovennieger, Jlls Amite, Mr Loiini
bom, Jllss L Mnitln-en! Miss M E
Grccu, Rev Patihihl mid wife, and 109
Fiom San Fiiinolsoo per ah Australia,
Oct Oth MisF lib abbingWll Bailey,
J Mnisden, Mrs C A ChainHn, S C Allen
and wife, 11 Tm ton nnVl wife, E A
Jones. It Leweis and wife, Mrs A A
Cotticll, MisJF MeEaufghlln, Miss D
Hoi, J W Wiljjlit iavtl wife, Miss I
Llsuiiijuivl?(!&fV(flJ.Vfli, Lee Chan wife
..-'tttifrseivnntv Mis Dluki'iison and daugh
ter, A P Raymond, Mls Shay, Geo O
Williams, J F 11 MeOleary, Hcui Saylor,
Drain! Mis OS Tunnlei, Dr Douglas,
Geo Maefmlane, and 11) in btccrage.
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Llkellke !M bags sugar
The S S Austnll.i began lo.illng eaily
this 11101 nlng and will continue dining
the night She will take In about 400
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Thomas It Foster, Kugg
Bow ne, Paul
Bktne Planter, Peiiimnu
Bktne Euickn, Winding
Ger baik Paeitle, Oltnmii ,
American baik Saranae, fiom New
York, stiiledJuly 13th, ducheicNov. 18
30, to Castle & Cooke.
Bilt baik Vf 11 Watoa, fiom Liver
pool, sailed .Time 9th, duolieie Octobei
20th-Nov 1st, to Scliaefer & Co.
Bilt baik Iioiii'iagf, sailed fiom Liver
pool, June 5th, ducliuie October 3id
Jfov 1st. to Dav les is Co.
Am bk Maltha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, dae
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
lb it hark Gleng.ibcr, Rollcston, from
Xiveipool, due heie, Jan 15-31, to
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubb.ud, from
Port Blakely, due heie Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Calbarien, Peikins, from
San Francisco, due at Maliukono, Sept
30tli. at Honolulu lu Oct, to Castle &
Am bark Martha, Fisher, fiom Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lcie Jim 15-30,
to Scliaefer & Co.
Bilt bark Lady Lannpson, Mnrston,
from the Colonies, due heie in Feb, to
.Brewer & Co.
Am baik Hope, Penballow, from Poit
Townsend, due heie Oct loth, to Lewcis
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Interesting foreign news on the
Any quantity of good fresh oysters,
.on ico, at H. J. Nolto's Beaver Saloon-.
The finder of Mr. J. F. Colburn's
'.bunch of keys, will be rewarded, if
he takes it to the owner.
The meeting of Geo. W. DeLong
Tost, G. A. It., has been postponed
until Tuesday evening next.
The steamei Kinau horn the Vol
cano and Windward Ports is due heie
Abundance of fine fresh fruit camo
to the local groceis this morning, but
was nearly all gone by noon.
The usual tempernnco meeting in
Fowler's yaid, this evening, under
the auspices of the temperance com
mittco of tlio Y. M. C. A.
Mn. W. II. Coup's ciicus, which
was expected by the Australia this
morning, has postponed the trip
until the next steamer.
Miss May West, a builesque actress
:and operatic singer of note, is a
through pufiseiiger by the S. S. Aus
Tub proprietois of the Steam
Xaundry respectfully lequest their
patrons to be in leudiness for the
wagon, which will cull on Monday,
"IIeiie wo conic to tlio front," is
what Messrs. Egan ifc Co. say, and to
find out what else thoy sny their
advertisement must bo perused.
Colonel G. V. Macfailano return
ed by the Austinliu this morning,
having satisfactorily tiansacted the
business which took him to tlio
Mi. and Mis.-T. Ruin Walker gave
a paity, last evening, to Miss P.
Rhodes, who will leave shortly for
British Columbia, at Mr.T. II. D.ivies'
Waikiki lesidence. There were about
15 couples theic, who spent un enjoy
ablo evening in dancing,
Mns. M. Cuiilm gavo a picnic to
day in honor of tlio Mifcs V. L. Gilll
lend und Miss Maty Coolago, who
leavo for the Coast by the S. S.
Mariposa. Thu picnio party was
composed of ubdut 40 ladies, who, in
a four-horbo bus and piivuto car
riages, rmlo out to Mr. J. II. Paty's
Waikiki lesideneo, where tho day
was spent very pleasantly,
Tnc . 8. Australia, arrived nt 5
o'clock tins morning, 8 days from
Snn Francisco, with n largo list of
height and a goodly number of pas-f-ungcifl,
for this port. She has nlso
a number of passengers for Sydney,
for which place sho will sail to-morrow
morning nt 10 o'clock.
Mil. ami Mrs. J. T. Wliilo have
i-coiued tlio 'I'oniporanco Hotel, foi in
cilv Olympic Ilnll, whkh will be
called, while they hold it, the Eagle
House. Mrs. White will supei intend
the management of the establish
ment, and will' be ready to receive
pntions in about 10 days. The build
ing, which is conveniently located,
will bo neatly furnished for the ac
commodation of about 25 poisons or
more, who will have the piivilego of
boarding at Mrs. White's table if they
The Royal Hawaiian Bnnrl will
piny at Emma Square thin afternoon
commencing nt A :80. following is
Ovei turc lioniantle Rein
Polka -Stefanlo Fahrhach
Selection Flying Dutchman... Wagner
Willi Gnpoione Mlllocker
Choius Lombaidluns Veidl
Galop Full Speed Uohm
Mr. John Magoon will shortly
open an olllco nt No. 42, Merchant
sticct, with his son, attorney at law,
and will attend to collections and the
tenting and selling of 4 real estate.
Mr. RIagoon, Sr., is well known for
upright dealing, is a man in whom
the community has confidence, and
there is no doubt of his success in
the new line which he intends enter
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
J. Matsclcn, Hawaii ; W.
Douglas, San Finnciseo; Mr.
Mis. II. Turton, San Francisco;
O. S. Trimmer and wife, Salinas,
Cal. ; J. F. R. McCIecry, San Fran
cisco; Frank Gaidner and wife,
New Yoik; J. W. Stevens, San
Francisco; T. J. Finch, New York;
J. G. Banon and wife, Sydney, Aus
tralia ; T. A. Bishop, Snn Francisco ;
Oscar Unna, Maui; Ed. Hoffman,
Maui; Z. C. Ronnie, Springfield,
Mass ; Richai d Rennie, Mass,' ; A.
S. Raymond, Boston, Mass. ; J. N.
Weight and wife, Hawaii; Ben.
Saylor, San Francisco.
J. F. B. McCleery and Ben Saylor,
professional billiardists, of San
Francisco, arrived in Honolulu by
the S. S. Australia this morning.
Mr. B. Saylor, who is a brother of
Mr. Mr. Saylor at the Hotel, has
come to take charge of the Com
meicial Saloon. Both McCleery
and Saylor have brought their prize
tables with thein, and will give an
exhibition game, each on their own
table, at the Hawaiian Hotel some
e1 vening shortly. It is said that Ben
Saylor is anxious to play a match
game vv ith McCleery, and it is likely
that one will be arranged.
AT LAST 1 1
Eimtok Bulletin: "The mills of
the gods grind slowly, etc," but
they have at last ground the ped
lars fine. If the piesent Legisla
ture have done many wrong acts,
the amendment to Section G2 of the
Civil Code, condones all. At last
the merchants who pay licenses,
taxes, rents, etc., have the protec
tion not heretofore accorded them
by the dispensers of justice. Now
the pedlar will not be able to bring
his tons of merchandise, and peddle
it around town to the detriment of
the licensed dealer, satisfied, with
the imposition of a $20 fine, as has
been done. Nor can the obliging
fiiend allow him to sell under his
license, "with one of our bill heads."
If he allows it "he shall bo fined not
exceeding $500," and the peddling
captains (those who arc left) must
pay $100." Verily a righteous
law. The thanks of the community
arc certainly duo to the author of
the bill. A Releivep Victim.
THE APPROPRIATION BILL.
Following is the recapitulation, on
passing the third reading, Wednes
Civil List 8143,000 00
Pcimaiicnt Settlements... 17,800 00
Legislative and Pilvy
Council 50,300 00
Judiclaiy Dcpai ttnent 178,500 00
Depaitment of Foreign
Affahs , 320,848 34
Intel lor Depait
ment $118,801 22
Bureau of Post
Olllce 113,000 00
Bui can of Sur
veying....... 48,000 00
Bureau of Hono
Woiks 90,000 00
Bui eau of For
cstiy 21,700 00
guitlon 102,700 00
inn eau 01 i'iid-
Bureau of Roads
Total Intel lor Depjitinent. 2.210.251 14
Finance Depaitment 811,241 08
Attorney Geneial 290,SCCS 00
Boaid of Edticatloi 203,020 00
Boaidof Health 201,150 00
Total 84,552,477 10
Tlio tobacco factory of Cameron
Bros, at Sydney, New South Wales,
has been burned ; loss 8200,000.
London, Sept. 28. Tlio Welsh
Hnip regatta has been llxed for
October Oth and 11th. Goodwin,
Uubear, Nelson, Teneycek, Loo and
Ilainin have cntcied. Reach did
not meet Hanlan yesterday to ac
cept the latter's challenge.
following Is the list of
appointed for the
IHlo F. Pahlu
Noith Kolmla U. II Nnhhiti
South Knhnln Gcoigc Bell
South Koin J. Nnlilnu
Kan II. S.Maitln
Walluku -John W. Kaliia
Makaw ao Geo. E. Rlchnrdon
liana , losupn
Molokal & I.anal. . . .. .Ke.iweolu Kalna
Honolulu Geo. II. I.ucc
Ewa & Walnnae Lot. II. Lilne
Koolnuloa 11. Kaualhilo
Koolaupoko J. Kaae
Haiialci .Inn. TCaklna
Kawalhau S Kalu
Llhuc S. Naauao
Walmcii T. Knlti
Nllhau T. Kaale
PAUL P. KAXOA,
M'nHer of Finance.
Finance Olllce, Oct. 0, 18S0.
P. O. Advertiser.
Wkdsksday, Oct. 8th.
Victorious charged with disorder
ly conduct during week previous to
7th inst. Remanded until 10th.
Three charges of drunkenness.
Plea of guilty in each case. A line
of $5 each was inflicted. Costs SI.
TllUllSDAT, Oct. 8th.
One charge of drunkenness. Bail
of SG forfeited.
Ah Sam entered a plea of not
guilty to a cha.ge of Larceny of a
piece of pork value about 30cts.
Found guilty and sentenced to im
prisonment at hard labor for 15
days. Costs $1.20. -
A CHRISTIAN WOMAN.
Editok Bulletin: A lady speak
ing of a friend who had just made
her a call said: "I do like Mrs.
because she never talks
about anyone. I rto not think I
ever heard her repeat one word of
p gossip much less scandal and so
it is a pleasuic to talk with her."
Such testimony is refreshing. It
honors alike the speaker and the one
spoken of, for it reveals, on the one
hand a most amiable though, alas!
too rare-trait of character in the lady
spoken of (the determination not to
cater to the mot bid appetite for
scandal and gossip so picvclant in
Honolulu) and, on the other hand
a delicate and praise worthy appre
ciation and encouragement of that
determination by the lady whose
words are quoted.
That there will be many who will
read this and declare (concerning
the lemaik quoted) that they "don't
believe a word of it," will not lessen
the truth of the statement. The
fact remains that here in Honolulu
there arc women I know (and men
I presume) who dislike and do not
indulge in gossip and scandal. That
their numbers arc few should not
discourage them. Whether there
be few or many their abstinence
from this prevailing vice is encourag
ing, and possibly their example
may, in time, cause those piactices
to be looked upon with disfavor by
In other countries there is plenty
of work for those whose aim it is to
rescue women from the evils of in
temperance. Here drunkenness on
the part of females is not so com
mon as to call for special cffoits to
suppress it. But I do think there
should be an organization for the
suppression of scandal-mongering
and gossiping amongst women espe
cially. For, in my opinion the in
dulgence in strong chink with which
person injures their own bodies and
souls is not so bad as the poisoning
of the minds of others, and the in
sidious undermining of the reputa
tions of our friends by the dissemin
ation of scandal and gossip concern
ing them. One ok the Sex.
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without
Going to Bod.
Mn. ditoii: While spending a few
days at the pleasant seuslde town of
Aberystvvitli, Cardiganshire, Wales, I
heard related what seemed to mo cither
a fabulous story or a marvellous cure.
The story was that a poor sufferer who
had not been able to He down in bed for
six loni; years, given up to die by nil the
Doctors, had been speedily cuied by
some Patent Medicine. It was related
with the more implicit confidence from
tlic circumstance, as was said, that the
Vicar of Llanrybtyd was familiar with
the fucts, and could vouch for the truth
of lite report.
Having a little curiosity to know how
such stories grow in travelling, I took
the liberty while ut the village of Lluu.
rystyd to call upon the Vicar, the Hov.
T. Evuns, and to enquire about this
wonderful cure. Though a total blnui.
ger to him, both hu and Ids wife moot
graciously entertniiitd me in a half
hour's conversation, pi luiipally touching
the etiEo of Mr. Pugh, in which they
seemed to take u deep and sympathetic
inteiest, having beeu familiar with his
sufferings, and now rejoiced in what
seemed to them u most remarkable cure.
The White House,
JVo.118 PJuMtinu Htvoot,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Terms Reason,
able; First-class Accommodations.
M. W. SANDEHS, Proprietor, .
ltoitAfc Catholic OATiiF.uiut..
High niaSs tit 10 A. M. Vespers at 4 :30
IvAUMAKAl'lM CllUUCll. llev. .f.
Walaniau, pastor. Sunday school 'at
0:30 a. m. Pleaching at 10:30 a.m.
and Young peoplo's meeting at 7 :30
l: M. '
Kawaiahao Cuunoii. llcv. H. II.
l'aiker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. M. Pleaching nt 11 A. M.
Y. M. C. A. Youtig Meu's Bible
Clas9 lu the pallor at !):4o a. M., con
ducted by the Geneial Seoietary. Gospel
piaiseheivlee at 0:80 i M. Come and
Cminkse Ciiuucii. Fort street, near
coinei Ueietanhi. Mr. To Teng Ue,
evangelist. I'hliic-o Sunday School,
P :30 a. m. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 l'. M. Pleaching 11
A. m. and 7:30 v. M. Bible class In
Chlueso Y. M. O. A. -Hall, C:30 v. m.
BuTiini. Union Conihiwution.
Kev. Ej,C. Oggcl, pastor. Sciviccs at
the L.vceum, siiuanu avenue, at 11 A.
m. anil 7 :'.J0 r. m. Subject at the 11101 11
ing sci vice, "Tlio Home ;"at the even
ing sei vice, "Almost Persuaded." Sun.
day school at 0:45 a. m. Subject:
'Befoie Pilate," John 18: 28-40. All
aie Invited to these sen Ices.
FouT-STitnr.T Ciiuucii. ltev. J. A.
Ciu7.ni, puMor. Meeting for Bible
study at 0 :45 A. M. S01 v Ices at 11a.m.
and 7 :30 i m. Subject at the 11101 nlng
sen ice, '-Five years In Foit-tieet
Chinch Pulpit;" at the evening seiviec,
'The ClnNt Iseived." Seats free.
St. Amiuew's Catiiediiai.. Fht
Cougicg.itlou. Holy Communion, at
0:30 A. M.; Moiniug player, wlthei
111011. -it 0:!t0 A. M. Hawaiian evensong
at 3:30; English evensong at (S r. m.
All seats me fiee. ,
Second Congiegatlon. ltev. Geoige
Wallace. A. M.. pastor elect. Morn
ing Pi ayer with seimon, U:l." a. m.;
evening in aj er, with seimon, 7:30 p. m.
Sunday ehool meets at 10 A. M. in the
Puliation Piepaiatoiv School building.
Seats fiee at all i-ei vices.
0 P. M.
WEST, DOW &
CO. have re.
TT ceivcil ex .-. n. '
sic lnsruclion llcokt, Foiioj of Mu-ic,
Ualiy i.'iirringes, liNk Uromns, Dunnml
Hal Hacks, Wagons, bmull blulup, Hus.
tic Frames, Lunch Un-kels, Etc., Etc.
5 1 :it
HAVE you snvkeri the "Ohcruhr"
0 .1 . Medrihy has some. G2 3t
XCE CREAM of the Purest nnd Rlcli
eit quality fiom one quart to an)
quantity ipw.irris are ilillverul packed
in ice, from 11 o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
i" m , free of charge to any pirt In Ilono.
lulu nnd suburbs by tin Pioiccr Steam
Candy Factory anil Bakery.
25.00 ONLY N the prioa charged
ep for Two Uall'ns ot iiuy flavored
rich and alw aya fresh made riteain Ice
Orenm, guaranteed In bo absolutely pure
or no p ly at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, D.ikuiy and Ice Cream U-ioms.
Prncihul Conk'Clioucr and Omn.
meiiter, Hotel St., Bet. Fort & Nuuanu
Ms. Hawaiian and Bell Telephone!.,
No. 74. 41) tf
AuTibr.' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Strcteheis, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 49 Gt.
Don't think twice if you are in
need of line Ice Cream, (Jakes and
Candies. Tho Elite Ico Cream Par
lors, 85 Hotel street, will attend your
orders promptly and guarantee en
tire satisfaction. Bell Telephone 182
Mutual 338. -14
Du. Flint's Heakt Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
eubo and also for Dineuses of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptivu book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
Paihonize Home Industry by buy
ing cigais of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, whero ho is prepared to Jill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island odcrs solicited
and promptly filled. The attuntion
of dealer is respectfully invited to
tlio fact "no lieomo is loquircd" to
boll these cigais. Do not forgot the
name J. W, Iliugluy, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
ONE ROAN HORSE, good trav.
eler, broken to Middle anil harness.
Thnoughly sound, quiet and gentle.
am suitable for a lady lo drive. Tilal
Also, ONE BLACK MAKE, broken
to siitlillu and hitmen ; bouihI iii.d genilc.
For particular enquliu ut the IIULLK
1IN OFFICE. 52 Iw
Hnw'nOamui'oMunf'KCo., 9 HO 100
E. O. Hall & Sou, (new IssuoJ
3 100 100
C. Brewer to Co.,
Walluku Stigai ( o.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
Inter-Island S. N. Co.,
L. A 'IHURBTON. Slock It okei
W MiTuhiintRtMrt. 151 lv
Now Photograph Rooms.
KB NUhol's .lore, Fort strict,
no.U the Shooting (Jalleiy, Pic
lure?, Porliullh anil views. Flint class
work, Satisfaction guiiruntcul.
20 ly J. A. GON8ALVE8.
A IJj persons
who want to comiiuiiil-
XI. cute with the Poitupiicse, cither
for misiiiusH, or for jirociiring workmen,
servanlfi or any other helps, will find It
the most profitable vvuy to advert iso In
tho Luso Iawaiiaiw, the new organ of
tho Portuguese colony, which Is pub.
lUhcd on Merchant stic ct, Gaielle Build.
Ing, Post.Ofllco Lettir Box E.), and
only charges reusouublo rates for advertisements.
' TFSnPS f"
m Ml H T H H EkS feHl
We are Fighting Opposition I
Selling at Cost I
Great Slaughter in Laces !
S. COHN & CO.,
C:$ and G5 Fort Street.
No connection with any corner, wo are juBt below.
Ogf" Lookout when the TEMPLE of FASHION will
have one day in this month, where we will give Goods
away, NO PAY.
HERE WE COME
U'inent Custom Made
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS !
Ever brought to these Islands and which ve will sell nt the following
100 Dozen Boys' Wool Suits, persui'
Men's Fine Itiisinem Suits, per suit 6 00
" ' All Wool " Extra value.per suit 0 00
" E Fine Blaok Drcs " " " " " 18 00
1 Working Panls, per pair 100
Also an Ex ra Fine Line
IMie ChcupeNt unci
100 D.ven Unhiuiitlricd Shirls, per piece $ 50 upvvatds
Men s Fine Undershirts, per piece 50
" " AV bite Dress Shirt", per pltce i 25
All Wool Working Shirl," " 150
" Straw Hats, per piece 75
Boys' " " " " 50
We are confident that Ihctc prices will salisly the most exacting.
We only ntlvcrtiHO what we menu !
Any miMatifiictory article inuy be returned and the money
will be cheerl'nlly refunded.
Remember the Blue Front,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST R1-.CB1VED, THE FINEST lilNES OF
Custom-lade GlolMoi, Gents' Fumiii Goods,
HA'IS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repented and Hpecinl request, a s-nit.ll invo'tc of the tlnibt hand-made,
Most Durable Gents' Shoes
Olituimihle In the
( Funnel ly with Samuel Nott).
Importer ttud JDculr iu
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CllOOKEKY, GhAShWAHi:, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AOA'IT IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent EalFf? Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
t3T Store formerly ieiiiiul bv r1. Ni'TI', ojipoiiti Spreckels & Co.'a Bank. -M
Painting and v3T'qJ Trimming,
79 & 81 King Street, - - OH Rose Praises,
JQiitriuiccM li'oni ICIntr and Mcrchuut S.
Every dcecrlptlnn of work in the nbou lines performed In u flrst-claps manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
tar Hell Telephone, 107. -Ta (3.'7 l.v) CST Bell Telephone, 107.
TO THE FRONT !
of Men's and Boys'
Itcnt in tlic IVIai-ket-
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
et. "5fft Carriage Building,
Health is Wealth !
' -? . I
Dn. E. C. Wbst's Utv.rn and IlnAiN Tbeat-
MkMT, n guaranteed specifics tor UritorU, Dlzii
niy, CotiTulslona, Fita, Nerrous Neuralgia,
Ueauaclie.Nerroua Prostration, ranecd by thoasu
of alcohol or tobacco, Wakofulnmo, Mental Vo
prcsilon, Softening of the Drain, resulting In in.
(umity and lending to mlaery, decay nnd ileal ht
Prematura Old Ago, Ilarrenncss, Lous ot I'owtr
In cither box. Involuntary ijimecs and HpoMnnlcr
rlicea, canaed by over-exertion of tho brain, nolf.
abuso, or orcrindalgonco. Each box contain
one month treatment. 81.00 a Ikjx, or nix boxM
for $5.(0, eon t by mall prepaid on receipt of price.
WK GUARANTEE HEX BOXES
for aix boxea, nccompanlod with t5X, wo will
aend tho tiurchaaer oar written miamntpttn m.
f-fund tho money If tho treatment does not effect
a euro, uuaranioea usuou only uy
iioxCiIwtjr: t eo.
Tfl will r lh bor rr rtrd la? ur M ef tlw Onplftlst'
lrlpPU. Bu lldKha, lBdi(MUofi, CMiUpAUoa ot CotUrtat.1,
n Hiulnn wllk W.u'i .(.ubl. Ur.t mil. k.n U dlrn
Ucttatr tlrktlf tomplwd with. Tbtjtr puflf trfftUU,w4
MTtr bU I tin uUibctlon. Sipr CMUd. Utft koiM, cm
UlUc K th U Tw ulf hj iH draRtiU. Cw.r. of
fruUrfelU 4 tmlutlMk Tb rfiata bMvfMtqrtil Blr br
ioiin a west ca, tu iu w. uiuo. su, cuLti.
n ttkl tWi ! j na prnUon nnlpll I c.sliusp.
tlolllHU-r A: Co..
30 0m Wlinh 'a'e and Retull Agents.
TUIUNG my nliientc tiom the King-
JLf tiom MR. U. HUSTAUK linitis my
power of nttnriifv to act fur me, and
SlR. V. H. MUDDY i imllinrled lo re.
eclve moneys anil sign rci il rnr nic.
S np Works, Lrleo, Honolulu, Aug.
2S. U80 17 tf
Store for Kent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT tl.'siniMc Store now occupied
by the LADIES' BAZAAR, P8Fort
street, and all thu FlMine , GIim ("aep,
&c, for rile. Fur fmlher pnrllrulars,
enquire on llir Premi-i' 1 410
STEAM CAM FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
71 Hotel St. ,-IJ2r Telephone 74
Inter-Island S. I. Co.,
The JBost DRoivte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
1 he new and t-tuuncli
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves I'nnoliilu nt 10 oVloik a.m. on
FRIDAY, October 10th.
The Me.iincr pa'e-. aloin.' the emtio
coast of 'lit Iccvurd side ot lliiw.il, af.
fording tmirbls a pannram.i of diaim.
iug Fcenirv, and will stop at Kciilukc.
kua Buy, uhcte Hiiflloit-ut lime i allow.
I'd t. vi-it the Moniiineui of Cupiuiu
Touri'ls by this route reach Puiialtiu
at ft o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making Ihe entire pMigc in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom Iburo louri-is will bo conveyed
hy railroad to Pitlmlti. ihencu ly htnge
couch to llalf.wny House, whcie hc.rMS
aud utiide-t will lie in attendance ,(o ion.
vcy them to the Vol- no.
Tourists will have two night nnd one
whole duy at the Volcano House.
Ticket for the ioand trip, $50, wtiich
includes all expemei.
Apply to HARRY AIIMITAGE,
Agent, ut Willlums' Photograph Gnlli ry,
Fort stnet, or ul the olllce of the I. I B.
N. Co., Esplnninli!. :t'0 Gm
Having fetiiml the Servl(eo
Geo. G. Stratemeyer
wo are picpnml to execute all
House or Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING Mil LS.
Fislplates, Bolls & Spikes.
H. HAOKFEIiD & Co.
Burnt.Oiit, but Not Dead I
Ryan's Boat-BniiaiQ Sboi
Is now adjolnlt g the rear of
Lucas' ' Mill.
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