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MONDAY, OCT. 11. 1880.
SchrMary Foster from Wainnao
Stmr Klnau from Wtndwmd Torts
Stmr IwiiIiiiiI from Kaunl
Stmr Wnialeule from Kauai
Stmr Mokolll fiom Moloknl
ticlir Mtinuuknwnl from Koolau
S.'lir I.uku from 1'iuiit
S 8 Australia for the Colonies nt 10 n m
Stmr I.lkcllko for Kalmlut
Stmr Mokolil for Moloknl
Stmr I.eluta lor WltidvMwl Forts
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Malolo for South Sea Islands
Stmr Klnau for Windward Torts
Stnirlwalanl for Kauai
Stmr .las Makeo for Wnlniiac. Kalian,
Kllauea nnd llanalel, nt noon
From ICimal. per steamer I;va1nnl,
October lutli W H 1HN 1' Midler, J N
S William, Geo Mundon, Captnln ,f
Boss. Alliinnobeij,', Chinese and 88
From Volcano uml wludwaul ports,
-per steamer Klnau, October 10tli-lroin
Volcano: lion S G Wilder, Mls J O
JBrodlu, Ml-i M Krodlp, Mrs Brownlon,
Alnjoi H Bendell. U W Clinic, II Anglo
i ii.Kn'l'ni!li. Master Wihkr Wight,
it n.,.,iiHrj Mr&llniinlkp. lion J iv
K-iliia. Mrs Tpeiulnen. O Fnrneaux and
wife, Ida XalmolPlna, lion cell 111 own,
Jlrabli Wight, child and servant and
100 deck, ,n
For Sydney, pel S S Australia Oct 10
Cabin: S Cleiiicntoii aim wife, W II
Hill; Sleeiae: Drltenule, Cbus ltay,
J Wurdalo, ami 44 in transit.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Iwi'liml 1,83 bags sngnr,74 hides,
gjCS bales wool, 5li bags phi and 22
Stmr Walalealo 1.21)4 bugs paddy, 3G
brs lice, 15 bides and 10 calves.
Scir Luke 111 eonls lire woods.
,Stmr Klnau 2,200 bags sugar, .1 liorso,
15 bJles wool, 08 Hides, It bills goat
skins and 200 pkgs sundiics.
The-bailccntine Calbarlen, Capt G O
-rwiins sailed fiom Sim Fianeisco
leptembe. 25U. for this port, via Mahu-
kThe Amedeaii tairtamtlncs Gcoigc , C.
Perkins and W. II. Dimond both sailed
from San FinuoNco for this port on
otmeS schooner Ida Schnaiier,
Captltobeitson, will sail n-oniKauau,
Maul, some lime uus i ... ......
S!Tlm Anie'lcan barkeulinc Discovery,
miller coiumand of Capt Joliu Lee,
forme. Iv of i lie baiUen.lne Eureka, was
to leave Sun FinneUco with a full cargo
of seeial meielmndise tor this port, via
Malml-.ona, Hawaii, on October 8tb.
The Ainerifi. u lia.-k Taclflc Slope. Capt
Baines, sailed 1icai the poit of Mahu
kona, Ilawi-ii. Octobci Did, In ballast
for EiirrariVs lulef, lb Pish Columbia.
The Anieiican schooner Iminia Clau
dlna, CnptAVIaKon.was to leave IIllo,
Hawaii, with 12'J tons sugar for San
Francisco, Satuidiv, October Dili.
The tailing of the schooner Malolo
for the SS Islands Is postponed until
to-morrow nioi ntng.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Thomas It Foster, Itugg
JJk Elslnore, .Tenks
Bktno Planter, Perriinan
Bktne Eureka, Winding
Ger buik Pacillc, Oltiuan
AtWalmea, Hawaii. Oct. Ctli, Itev.
Lorenzo Lyons, lu the 80ih year of his
a"C. For more than 54 yeais the de
ceased had resided at Waimea, the
.faithful, diligent and beloved missionary
,of the A. B. C. F. M. at Uintono station.
AmiM-lean bark Sar.inac. from
York, sajled July 13th, due here Nov. 18
30. to CablJe & Cooke. .
irlt bark W H Watson, from Liver
nool, sailed June 0th, duo here Oetobei
SOtu-Nov 1st, to Sehacfer & Co.
Brit bark Ironcrag, sailed from Liver
pool, June fitb, due beie October 23rd
Nov 1st, to Duvies & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, FM Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
December ) -20. to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengaber, Itolleston, from
Liverpool, due lieie, Jan 15-31, to
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely. due here Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am baik Calbarlen, Perkins, from
San Francisco, due at Mahukono, Sept
30th. at Honolulu in Oct, to Castle &
Cooke. . ,
Am bark Martini, Fisher, from Glns
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lerc Jan 15-80,
to Sehacfer As Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from tho Colonies, due hero in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, Tcnliallow, from Port
Towuseud, due hero Oct ICth, toLewers
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Thkhi'.'s a pictnro at McCarthy's
that will interest thu nionibcis of tho
II. Y. & IJ. Club.
. ' .
Mrs E Soltroy, .miss r. buuij ,
Soffrey, Mis Chilli., Hniry lllng, Utla:
Fiom windward polls: Major W II
Cornwell, P W Gkulc, W M Glffard, J
tii 'P i? Knvivnrth. F V Jones, W
Further examinations for corpo
rals of tho Honolulu ltiilcs will bo
continued Hub evening.
Tun My tlo junior crow bent tho
jserior ciow of the tamo club by threo
lengths, in a nice oyer the couibolast
jilt, C. MiclijeHby request of Mr.
Tiergei, has l.-'udly consented to pmy
co.net in tho lloyiil Hawaiian Band,
at tho Emma Snunio concert, tins
Sui'i.iiiKinNDr.NT Wilhon notifies
the public t'.iat all water rates duo on
or befoio tho tcim ending December
81, 188(1, must bo paid at tho oflico
of the Honolulu Water 'Woiks before
, the 15th day of November, 1880,
Tttn ofllerrs nnd teachers of tho
lkllul Union IMimlny -l1hi(,1 will
meet, Tueerfny evening, nt 7:30
o'clock, nt the residence of Mr. G.
Mr.ssns, King llios. nnd Mr. J. S.
Williams presented to Captain Web
ber of the 8. S. Australia, a largo
photograph of himself, nicely fiameil
as n token of aloha,
A oav i'itity of 10 boys, on huiso
back uudin wagons,. went up Mnnon
Vallov vesterday and, spent the day
in feasting at Joe Dairy's expense,
and in i ambling over tho valley.
Tin: regular monthly meeting of
tho Church Women's Aid Society
will bo held to-inorrow Oct. 12th, at
half-past 2 o'clock, at tho rooms of
tho Y. M. C. A. The nieniliers nrc
all requested to be present, as there
is business of importance to bo trans
acted. . ..' - -
Pnorr.r.on Bcrgor is determined
thnt tho community shall not stag
nate for the want of mubic. Not
only is there a concert to-night, of
which tho piogrnninie is given clse
wliere, but to-morrow night there
will bo another, to celebrate the.
Tun scliooner Mary C. IJohni,
bought by the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., after being thor
oughly repaired, will bo placed on
tho Inter-islandline, under command
of Capain Maeimley, fonneily cap
tain of the steamer C. 11. Bishop and
latterly master of the schooner
Emmn. The alary C. Bolnn will be
named "Laniliau, after II. It. H.
Governess of Kauai.
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. Lowers are wel
comed homo by many friends, all of
whom en neatly hope that Mr. Lowers
will shortly be fully recovered from
the unfortunate accident with which
lio recently met in California, and
fiom which he is still somewhat in
Master Dillingham wave a birth
day paity at Woodlawn last Saturday
It. II. Princess ICniulnni, will
i biithdny najty at the Maikiki
Sa tin day.
Princess Likelike, next
Mr. J. H. Stevens, the well known
insurance agent of years gone by,
was a thiougli passenger
Colonies per S. S. Australia.
Mr., and Mrs. II. Turton, returned
fiom San F.-ancisco, and are reg's
teicd rt the Hawaiian Hotel.
Mr. Walter M. Giffaid, of Messrs.
Spreckels & Co., lias return cd again
to duty, after a couplo or three
weeks' imbibing of country air.
Her Majesty the Queen and suite
leave by the steamer Iwalani tomor
row afternoon, for a visit to Kauai.
Mr.. Merrill U. S. minister resident
thinks of leaving by the Maiiposa for
a vacation to the states.
A SUDDEN DEATH.
A passenger per S. S. Likelike,
named Peter Murray, died sudden
ly on board the steamer shortly after
the vessel left Kaliului,-Maui, about
(3 o'clock on Friday evening. A few
minutes before hjs death, Murray
was talking with his fellow passen
gers. He has been ailing for the
past two months. His object in
coming to Honolulu was to obtain
medical advice. Ho had been en
gaged on Spreckelsville sugar plan
tation, Maui, during the last two
years as a locomotive driver. The
remains were placed in a coflln by
the city undertaker, Mr. Williams,
and the inteiment took pjace yester
day af levaoon at the Nuuitnu Ceme
tery. The deceased was about 45
years of age,
The steam plows that were Import
ed from Germany for the Lihue
Plantation, are not as successful as
was hoped for, chiefly because there
is no one who thoroughly under
stands tho mode of .working them ;
but no doubt the difllculty will be
overcome in time for tho next plow
ing. The engines and plows are
pronounced to be grand specimens
The mills all over Kauai are hat
ing machinery repaired, and every
thing overhauled and cleaned", pre
paratory to grinding, which will
probably begin about the latter part
Frecpjent and heavy showers of
ruin have fallen, making tho hills
and valleys look green.
Two shipped laborers on tho Ko
loa Plantation ran away last Monday,
and as they were known to be tho
roughly bad and desperate charac
ters, diligent searoh was made for
them, not only by the police, but by
tho plantation hands, anil on Wed
nesday night tlioy were caught by
A Catholic school has been open
ed in Koloa by a Priest, and so far
it has materially lessened tho attendance-
of Portuguese children at tho
A Spanish prisoner working out
his sentence at Lihue, shame
fully assaulted an eight year old
gill in the caneflelds, last Saturday.
Tlic prisoner secreled himself, and
olthotmh a largo force turned out
to search for liim, no ti aces of his
whereabout were discovered up to
the time of tlio sailing of the IwAlanl
A ROOD SPELCII.
The Attorney-CieneiaTs speech,
briefly outlined In our ieport of lliis
morning's Legislative pioceedings,
was a powerful cffoil against opium
licensing, and n credit to the ability,
common sense, and independence of
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this evening
commencing nt 7 :'M. Following is
0 eiiiu e Light Cavahy Suppe
Choi us Tannliatiser Wagner
Walt. Vciiellan Nights Straw
Selection I'llncess Ida Sullivan
Klcllo mo Aid Wcla.
Fantasia- Ltlluokalnnl Miclilcls
Gavotte Gwendoline Xcllson
Tolka Calbarlen Mlehlels
March The Volunteers Metui
The following Acts having re
ceived the approval of His Majesty
the King havu become law: (1),
an Act to regulate tho Hawaiian
Board of Health; (2), an Act to
continue the subsidy heretofore
granted for mail communication be
tween tho Hawaiian Islands and the
United Slates of America; (3), an
Act to amend chapter XL of thu
Lnws of 1880 being an Act entitled
"an Act for the protection of parties
to contracts authorized by section
1417 of the Civil Code."
AN INTERESTING EPISODE.
Yesterday, Captain Webber of the
S. S. Australia was the recipient of
a handsome Hawaiian ensign, made
of silk, from the hands of His
Majesty, the King. The S. S. Aus
tralia, has for many years run under
the British flag, and now, for the
first time, she will make her debut
in Sydney under the Hawaiian Hag.
11. it. Highness Princess Liliuoka
lani accompanied His Majesty on
board the steamer, and joined
hcariily in the interesting ceremonies
attendant upon the presentation.
Captain Webber was about to start
upon the pioneer voyage of an ocean
going steamship sailing to the
Colonies of Great Britain under the
Hawaiian flag. His Majesty made
the presentation accompanied by a
few annroiniate remarks. The Hon.
Paul Neumann, in response to a call
fiom His Majesty, spoke of the iin
poilancc of this opening of trade
under the Hawaiian flag. He allud
ed in a neat speech to the enterprise
and nubile sniiit of the owners of
the S. S. Australia who are building
up the mcicantile marine of the
Hawaiian Islands, developing its
commerce, and biingiug them into
close and intimate business relations
with the great and growing states of
Biitish oii3iu in the South Pacific.
The Australian Colonics and New
Zealand were closely allied to the
mother country England. He con
sidered it was a great event in the
history of Hawaiian commerce when
such a splendid steamship as the
Australia sailed under the Hawaiian
flag Iq the British Colonies in the
southern hemisphere. She was the
first of what would doubtless be a
numerous fleet of vessels carrying
the Hawaiian flag to the southern
seas. Let them join in wishing a
prosperous voyage to Captain Web
ber, and complete success to the
Oceanic Steamship Company, the
owners of the vessel.
Captain Webber acknowledged
the present and the flattering re
maiks made by the previous
speaker. While sailing under the
Hawaiian flag he would endeavour
to deseivo the approval and com
mendation of His Majesty and his
subjects, as well as those from other
countries travelling by his vessel. '
Mr. Iiwin apologised on behalf of
Colonel Spreckels who was prevent
ed fiom being present on account of
At the invitation of Captain Web
ber. His Maiestv and the whole
party proceeded on deck to witness
the ceremony of hoisting the
Hawaiian flag at the main. The
adjournment to the spar deck follow
ed, and when the national ens'gn
floated in the breeze, it was greeted
with three cheers "by all hands,
followed by three lusty cheers for
His Majesty the King. The flag is
of silk, eight feet by live feet, and is
a beautiful specimen of woik.
In addition to the through passcn
gcis, there were present dining the
proceedings ip the saloon and on tho
spar deck. His Majesty the King,
His Ex. Kobert T. ureignton, juui
'ster of Foreign Affaiis; His Ex.
Gov. Curtis P. Iaukca, His Majes
ty's Chamberlain ; Hon. Col. Geo.
W. Macfarlane, of His Majesty's
staff; Hon. Major Samuel Parker
and Major W. II. Cornwall, Equer
ries to His Majesty; Hon. .John A.
Cummins, Hon. "W. G. Irwin, Hon.
Paul Neumann, Quartermaster Gen
eral .S. Nowlein, Mr. II. Turton and
Mr. E. C. Macfarlano.
Tl)e steamer sailed shortly after
noon with a fujl cargo and goodly
number of pneseugers, Bon voyage
to the first Hawaiian stcumor from
hence to the colonies,
O LUSO HAWAUMO.
ALL persons who want to coininunl.
cnto with the Poitupuese, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or uny other helps, will find It
the most protltablo way to advertise In
the Luso Jlaivaiiano, tho now orgun of
tho Portuguese colony, luch is pub.
llshcd on Merchant strict, Gaiette Build.
I iig, (.Post-OiUco Letter Box E.), and
only clicrgea reasonable rules for udver
A CRUCIAL TEST.
Asuioilcons tat at ihe open door
Of the church that Mas ciowded with
l Icli and poor.
(In the main al e the rich, the parson
With the poor at the sldis and in tho
Asniodcous whispered "They nil sccin
On the business In hand. Do they truly
Have they all laid aside the blind wor
ship of Mammon,
All sclllshncss, woildllues?, fraud, greed
On this day do thuy tiuly lepent of
The wm Id and the Flesh and espeo'ly
"To piove their lepcutauco I'll practice
That limit g the week will charm all but
We w 111 see If repentance so completely
The woishlppers hero that the test is In
From Ids pocket a gold piece lie drew
and let fall
On the smooth marble slab near tho
door of the hall.
"Tlng-a-ting!'' 'tlng-tlng-thig," the
Itrokc the air as the coin with bound and
Itolled down the btoad aisle to the pulpit
And then on the carpeted roses It lay
Like a yellow ciaiithcmum: flesh
from the mint
On Its glittering face '"20 dols" the hn-
thu charm that Asniodcous
On tliu iloor of the church.
Away fiom the preacher thp
could view ll.
Away fiom his words all the
con hi hear It,
And made the morp distant ones wish
they wore near it.
It bcuililei'd the deacons, it bothered
Ills nihiil the giae parson could scarce
Keep his text on.
In shoU, that bright gold pelec llllcd up
Save one poor old soul who was stone
deaf ami blind.
The surniUc of
And lie inuttctcd, while
on liU oiutcli
"For eve nnd llii-scrviee this Is all very
But for liciirty lcpeutuiico commend me
A sharp shock of earthquakes
was experienced in St. Thomas on
the 20th inst.
WEST, DOW & CO. linve re
ceived e .-. 8. "Austrulin," Mu
sic Instruction Book, Foiios of Music,
ilu by Carriages, WliMc Urouins, Dimonu
lint H:icl;s, Wngoiis, rjmull Slates, Hus
tle Fr.uncs, Iiuueh UakeU, Elc.Klc.
HAVE you mi)ketl the "Oherub?"
C J . McC.irthy has some. C'2 :)t
XCE CREAM of the I'meand Rich
est quality fiom onn quart to any
quantity upwards me ilelherid packed
iu ice, 'from 11 o'clock a.m. to C o'clock
p.m., free of clntige to nny part In Hono
lulu uml biiburlis'liy the P o leer Steam
Candy Factory and Bakeiy.
5.00 ONLY is the price charged
lor Two Gallnns of nny Unvoted
rich and always freili miiilo Sleiun Ice
Cream, glial ameeil to be absolulely pure
or no piy nt the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Uakoiy and Ice t'ream Rooms.
Practical Confectioner and Orna
inentcr, Hotel St., Bet. Fort & Nuuanu
Sti. Hawaiian and Bull Telephone",
No. 14. 40 tf
AuTihTs' Mateiials, Pluques, PanelB
Stretchers, Canvas, e.e., etc., lit King
Bros.' Art store. 49 6t,.
Don't tliink twice if you aro in
need of lino leo Ciemn, Cakes mid
Candies. Tho Elite Ice C earn Par
lors, 85 Hotel street, will attend your
oulurs promptly and guarantee en
tiro satisfaction. Bell Telephone 182
Mutual a38. 44
Dit. Flint's Heaiit Hismedy is a
Specific for nil foims of Heart Dis
ease and ulfao for Diseases oi Kidneys
and Circulation. Desciiptivo book
with every bottle, Benson Smith &
Co., Agents 354
Patiionize llonm Industry by buy
ing cigais of J. W. llingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, nt tho Crystal Soda
Works, whoie ho is oiopared to till all
oulurs n' the lowe-i, possible whole,
sale pi ices. Inland outers solicited
and promptly lilled. The attention
of de.ilers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell theso cigais. Do not forget tho
iianiuJ.W. llingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
ONE ROAN HORSE, good trav.
cler, broken to Middle and harne s
Tin louglily sound, quiet nnd gentle,
nnd Mtiiable for a lady lo drive. Trial
AI-o, ONE III.ACIC MAKE, broken
to t-i.d ilu and harni'iK; s un ' m d gentle.
For particultus tiuiuliu.il the llULUK
1IN OFFICE 02 Iw
Ilnw'nOairiagoManf'KCo., tfl tin 100
E. O. Hall & rjon.tntw issue) 100 100
Bell Telephone, M W
O. Brewer & Co., 101 100
Woodlawn Daily, l0 100
Walluku Sugar Co., 07 100
Walinanalo, lfiS 100
Star Mill. UT SIX)
Reciprocity Sugar Co., W) 10C
Ice Company, 87 )O0
Intcr.Islanil S. N. Co., 105
L. A. THUHBTON, Stock Brokei
33 Merchant Street. 161 ly
" TFMP 1 1
We are Fighting Opposition!
Selling at Cost!
S. COHN & CO.,
(:i ami G Fort Street.
No connection with any corner wo arc just below.
DST Lookout when thu TEMPLE of FASHION will
have one day in this month, whore we will give Goods
away, NO PAY,
HERE WE COME
Iinesst: Ons;toiu. 3Iacle
Ever brought to the.-e Ibuul-s nnd which we will fell nt the follow lug
100 Dozen Boys' Wool Suits, per suit.
Men's Fine Itusines Suit?, per s'lit
" ' All Wool '' Extr.i viilue.pi-rsuil
11 Ex Fine RlnekDresx " " " "
' Ai rking Pauls, per pair
Also un Ex r.a Fine Xiine of Men's and Boys
1?lie ClictvpcHt unci
100 Dozen Unlnltiidried Shirts, per piece
101 " .Men's Fine UndtTj-lurl'-, )er piece
100 " " " " bite I)ies Shirts per plicj.
100 " " All Wool Working Shirts," " .
CO " " Straw Hats, per piece
We arc confident that the.c prices will willsfy tbe most cxactlDg.
We only tulvcrtisu wliiit we niciiii !
Any uuMfttifuctory :ivMc1r inity ha rclnrncd and the money
will lie cheerfully refuiiuetl.
Remember the Blue Front,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST llEOEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
II ATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latent Styles and Novelties in Neekware.
Also, by repented and special riquest, a fundi imolce of the IliKet hand. made,
Ooliiiiiablu hi the
(Pnrmcily with Samuel NotO.
Iiiili'i nnd loilei- in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OHOOKEItY, GLAfi ABE, HOUSE FUKNIBIIINO 11AHDWAUE,
AOATK lltlN AND TINWAUE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
63T Store fornirily oomph-1 b t,N"Tr, oiposttu Spreckels & Co.'s Bank, -t
BlackBinilh "Work: ? -2) Carrinjre Buildintr.
Paintiii? ami & kzy Trimmiug,
79 & 81 King Street, - - om Rose Premises,
JSntriiiic'OH lroni ICin ncl SluroUuut feiit
Every debcilptlon of work lu the nbovu lines performed In a flrst-clam manner.
Also. Horse Shoeing a Specialty,
Bell Teltphoiie, 107. ifiJa
TO THE FRONT I
2 fiO upwards.
2 50 "
0 00 "
18 00 "
1 00 - "
LSest iu tlio Market'.
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
(337 ly) fSf- Boll Telepliont, 167. -
Vr. E. O. West's Neiitb asd Drain TnrAT
Iivnt, n guaranteed specific for Ilystorta, Dizzi
nwii ConTtiUlons. Vita, Norrous Noaralgia,
lluadacbc.IforToutProstrfttlon.cansoc by thsato
of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental De
pression, Softening of tho Brain, resulting in in
fanltr and lending to misery, decay and deaths
Prematura Old Aire, Barrenness, losii of l'ower
In either x. Involuntary Losso and Hpormatnr
rhcea, caused by over-exertion of tho brain. Pelf.
nbuso, or OTer-lndulaonco. Each box contnttt
on month s treatment. $1.00 rt box, or idx boxca
for $5.00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price.
WE GUAItAXTEE MIX IIOXEH
To core any case. Witliaach order receiTcd by ni
for alx boxes, accompanied with $5.00, wn will
end the pnrehdserour written guaranty to ro
tund the mousy it the treatment does nut effect
n care. Guarantees Issued only by
IIO I X WTJCIC Ar CO.
!TKwl!lMrlhftWrwird forsiy ciMef Itm Coaplttal
vcuilnriltk W.il'i VrpUbla Lli.r rill,, wUn l dim.
tlom r itrlctly MnplitS iuu TUy t penly ttftuila. U.J
Mftrhll loflft latUfutVra. Sof CotUd. Urft tain.ms.
Uh!f 10 f 111., Sicily rtr ! br til dntthu. B.tr. f
luUrflu od tmluUont. Tfc rtaota muafactar osl sr
IOHN C. WIST CO , III 1I W. lltdlua SL, Chichi
Im liltl twists Mil v mail prtjaUoii noljuu i ,i iuas
IJolIlHtor fc Co.,
HO fun Wliolia'o anil lleii 11 Apcuts.
The White House,
No, 118 N mi mi u Htreot,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Terms Uenson
able; First-class Arro'ninonfttiniis.
Store for Kent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
TMIAT il-linble Store tw occupied
JL by 'be I.ADinS' BAZAAR, f8 Fort
street, nnil nil tbe Kixtine , Gluv Cncf,
ivc for hiio i oi iniiner pmucuinrK,
enqiiir" vi "lie- l'n'inl c-h
STEM CANDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Coolc and linker.
71 Hotel Si. IBt&r Telephone 74
Inter-Island S. I. Co.,
to the World Konowued
Volcano of Ki'ouea
1 he new at d -ti.ui eh
Steamer W. C.
Li'hves Honolulu ai 10 o'clock a m. on
FRIDAY, October 15th.
The Mcimer pas'es iilonn the entire
coast of ihu lrcwiin! side of Ilnw-il, af.
fording t nrUts a panorama of chxim.
log scenery, and will btop at Kenlakr.
kiia Bay. where Mitllcicut lime ! allow,
cd to vl-it the Mouumcnl of Captain
TourHsby ibis i out e reach l'uunluu
at ft o'clock" on Ihe day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making ihe entire pasi-ngo in
smooth water. At Pnmiliiu theie is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom there touri'ts will beeouveyed
by railroad to Pabula. Ilicnee by stage
coach to Half.wnj Hout-e, whete horses
and L'uidcs will lie In attcndiuiLC to con
vey them lo the Vol' ano.
TonribtR will haw: Iwo night', and one
whole day at ihe Volcano House.
Tickets for the lound trip, $50, which
includes all expeni.es.
Apply to HA1IKY ARMITAGE,
Agent, nt Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort Mn et, or at Ihe oflico of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Etplannde. :t;0 Cm
Having fecund the Scrvliei o
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we aro picpnml to execute all
House oi . SSig"!
HONOLULU PLANING .MILLS.
Willi, Bolts & Suite.
H. nACICFELD & Co.
Bunt Out, but Not Dead!
Ryai's Boat-Bili Slioi
Is now udjoinit
Is now adjoining the rear of
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