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WEDNESDAY, OCT. la. 188G.
Bktno W II Dlmond from Snn Francisco
Sclir Wnloll from Wnliiliui
Sulir Wnllclo fioin Kimu
Schr Leahl for Haiuilet
VESSELS LEAVING Til-MORROW.
llark Hcer for I'oi t Townsend
Schr Wtiloll for-Wnlnlim
Schr Wnllclo for Pain
Schr Lukii for Puna
Vrnni Muni mitl Ilnwnll. lcr
W U Hall, October VI Major 11 lh
doll, illss 1, 11 June?, O W 0 Jones,
itiiPim. Mm.T I Uovett. ilr. ami
fiint, l) G Thompson, 11 1 Ai mstrong, .r
It Smith-Mlss A Hiirrlsim, 0 Silver, F
G Conca, Capt IJ Taylor, u AKong, jus
Geo King and S!) deck.
Pov wliidwnid ports, per steamer
Klnau. Oetobor 12 Major W 11 Corn
well, W It Ualley, W IlOuminlngs, Mrs
II M Whitney, Miss Minnie C Kinney,
Miss Van Or.ivenmeyer, Mrs Rodgeis
and child, Mr. O'Dowda, Daniel Kaone,
Mr Lewis and about 7") deck.
For Kauai, per stc.iuier Iwalanl,
October 12 Her Majesty the Queen,
Mrs P P Kanoa, Mrs E L Kanal. Mrs J
Alhiu, Cupid Robcits, lion W C Patke,
Mrs J linker, 11 Ilauncberg, Geotge
Muudnii and about l'.!0 deck.
Fioin San FinncUco, per bgtne W II
Dlmotul, October l'.l J 1' Richardson,
Ohns Greenlluld, Henry Kauip uud Geo
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W G Hall 1.G42 b.igs sugar, 417
bags nwn, 13 bags eoftue, 104 hides,
4 pugs goat sklus, Ill cattle and 112
Schr Wnilele 31 hides.
The schooner Mulolo sailed for the S
S Islands t 4:40 last evening. She took
, 10 lcttirn seamen, and will bo gone 2 or
The bktne W II Diinoud, Swift, muster,
arrived this morning, 13 days from San
Francisco, and docked near the OSS
The bark Alden Bessie, O Urien, will
stop here en route to Hongkong, on or
.about, Nov 1st. Iilne & Co, agents.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Thomas K Foster, Rugg
Bk Elslnore, Jcnks
Bktne Planter, Perriinan
Bktne Euicka, Winding
Ger bitrk Pacillc, Oltinan
American bark Sar.mae, from New
York, sailedJuly 13th, due here Nov. 18
30, to Castle & Cooke.
Brit bark W II Wat-on, from Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, duo here Octobet
2Gth-Nov 1st, to Scbaefer & Co.
Hrit.bark Iioncrag, sailed fiom Liver
pool, Juno 5th, due here October 23rd
Nov 1st, to Davies & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
'irlt bark Glengabcr, Rolleston, from
ipool, due beie, Jan 15-31, to
:s & Co.
, Jft,i ,"'' s x Castle, Hubbard, from
" -. liiwuiv. iinn
V"'i ,' ,v
Dec 15th, to
rff i--1".. i. .' .......
San FrduYraCurxiU'b at Mahukono, Sept
30th. at Honolulu lu Oct, to Castle &
Am bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lere Jan 15-30,
to Scbaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampoon, 3Iarston,
from the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, Pcnhallow, from Port
Townsend, due here Oct 15th, to Lewcrs
At Honolulu, October 13, Caroline
Alice, iufant daughter of Frederick and
Emma Harrison, aged 7 months and 13
days. Funeial this Wednesday after
noon at 3 o'clock, from tho lesidence of
John Nott, King street.
A precious one from us has gone,
A voice wo loved is stilled,
A place is vacant in our home,
Which never can be filled.
God in His wisdom has recalled
The boon His love had given,
And though the body molders under the
The soul is safe In heaven.
LOCAL A GENERAL NEWS.
The Honolulu Riiles will drill this
X v . . '
THE burnt and charred side of
Eagai & Co.'s store is being replaced
with riew boards.
i ' "
A special mooting of Hawaiian
Lodge, F. & A. M will bo held at
7:30 o'clock this evening, First
Mn. McClcery, star billiardist, will
probably give exhibitions of his skill
at billiards in the Hotel dining
room, next Friday night.
Mn. Willio Smith, who was ship
ping reporter for tho ex-Press and
lately connected with the "Morning
Herald," left lust ovoning as clerk of
tho schooner Mulolo,
Fivu horses and ono breaking
wagon came by the" Diinoud thU
morning, for Cliae. Greoufiold,
trainer, and two cows, 1 bull, and 1
horse, for J.N. Wiight.
Tin: infant daughter of Mr, &. Mrs.
Fred Iliirihou, and grand-daughter
of Mr. John Nott died this morning.
Tho funeral will lako place this after
noon ut IJ o'clock fiom Mr. John
Nott's lesidence, King street.
Messiih. Dwiglitand Do Ficis, after
their Meupior Kiipiolaui was lijst
hired the btoam launch Montague,
nt $.r0 u week, toiundown tol'eitrl
River for fish. The owners of the
launch (Pacific Navigation Co:) being
unwilling to let tho launch run to tho
liver on all days, tho charter was
given up, and noy tho fish is brought
overland iu wagons to Honolulu,
TI. R. II. PmxcT.sb Likeliko and
Iltm. A. S. Ckgliorn will give u luuU
on Saturday next to the members of
the Legislature. The occnslon is tho
birthday anniversary of II. R. H.
Mb. S. Roth's Portuguese servant
gill, while hanging a bird cage on
tho balcony last Monday, misled her
footing and fell several feet. One? of
Iter iiinis was sprained by the fall,
but no bones were broken.
Two copies of the Bulletin, of
dates Seprembcr 21st and 21th, en
closed in n wrapper without being
nddicssed, and healing two. cents
postage, were roturncd to the Bulle
tin Postoillcu box sonic time ago.
Tho owner can havo tho parcel, on
. .- .
A liiiAi) and swollen hog lying on
the dock of a sinnll schooner nt
Hi ewer's wharf this morning, created
the belief that tho diseased beast
would be smuggled into the market,
but after spending an hour watching
tho schooner and the hog, tho vessel
made sail and went to sea.
Mn. Terrill and Mr. Lyle, divers
who went to llaniukua by the
Hleamer Kilauca Hou, Inst week, to
lecover a piece of machinery lost
overboard, diseoveied on their arrival
nt Pmutlinu that they had left Hono
lulu without tho diving suit. Word
was received on Sunday morning, and
yesterday afternoon the suit was for
waided to Paauhau by the Kinau.
Tun Mikado Tea-Party, at tho
M. C. A. Hall, for the benefit of St.
Andrew's Sunday School Libiary and
new organ, Thursday evening, pio
niiscs to bo one of lhe events of tho
week. The entertainment opens at
7 :30 o'clock with selections from the
"Mikado," after which the hungry
public will be served with refresh
ments by a company of fair maidens
in Japanese costume.
Tun auction bale of tho Sailors'
Home, by Mr. Lewis J. Levey, this
morning, was largely attended. The
main structure was sold to Nathaniel
Kaiaikawalia for $405, and the out
houses to tho same person for $27,
making in all .$432 for the buildings.
The furniture, which was sold in
small'lots brought about $G00. Mr.
Levey, the auctioneer, charged no
commission on the sale, because the
institution was of a benevolent
natuie. As only forty-five days are
allowed for the removal of the build
ings, the purchaser will immediately
The auction sale of the late Queen
Emma's feather leis and jewelry, by
E. P. Adams & Co., this morning,
amounted to about $3,000. A hand
some "Etageie" made of Island wood,
was sold to Hon. Chas. E. Bishop for
$330; a gorgeous mamo lei toll. E.
II. Princess Liliuokalani for $190; a
lei to Miss Richards for $105; and 30
leis weic. sold at prices ranging from
$25 to $90. A tiger claw bracelet
was sold to Major Bendel for $52.50 ;
a pair of gold bangles to J. A. Cum
mins for $55 ; a gold and coral set
(bracelet earing and pin) to Mrs.
King for $50. The state carriage
was not sold.
The Attorney-General's amend
ment to the Loan Bill, to be found
in our Legislative report was de
feated as we were going to press,
22 to 14.
We are having rather dry weather
here again, hut the country is nice
and green looking. The mill will
stait grinding again about the 15th
Mr. Foster and daughter, Mrs.
Fuller and daughter arrived back
from the Coast on Wednesday even
ing, after a very enjoyable trip, the
latter portion of it rather spoilt by
an extremely rough passage from
Honolulu to Kau. Mrs. Raymond
also arrived at the same time, to
join her husband, the Government
Physician at Waiohinu.
i'ahala, Oct. 10, 188G.
REPORT OF THE HALL AND LIBRARY
COMMITTEE OF THE LIBRARY '
AND READING ROOM
Hon. S. B. Dole, President:
Tho year just closed has been in
several respeots a noteworthy one
in the history of our association.
The accessions of the library have
been larger in number and of greater
value than during any preceding
3'ear, as will be seen from tho fol
Total accessions to September 30,
1884 five years and a half 2,97G
volumes; Oct. 1, 1884, to Sept. 80,
1885, 1,024 volumes; Oct. 1, 1885,
to Sept. tfO, 1880, 1,230 volumes.
The long projected printed cata
logue has been at length completed
and is now ready for circulation.
Tho Legislative Assembly has
just inserted an item of SI, 200 in
the Appropriation bill, for the pur
chase of books for our library, being
the ilrst direct grant of public- money
made to the Association and estau
lishing thereby a valuable precedent.
It is believed that no one, however
economically disposed in the matter
of public expenditure, can have any
objection to the granting of a moder
ate sum of money in aid of an insti
tution so distinctly educational and
so eminently for tho general good as
a well conducted libiary and read
ing 100111. t
Without going into details which
though seemingly slight, arc in the
aggregate important, It may be said
tlrnt with respect to the nnango
uicnt and care of the books, the
completeness anil accuracy of tho
records, and the various details of
administration, the library is in bet-
tor condition than tit any foiiucr
perjod of its history.
From Febiunry 1st to date
eight months fifty-two persons have
signed the membership roll at our
rooms. Owing to the absence of
dates on the old roll, il is impossi
ble to report the exact number who
have joined during the utulicr part
of the year. It must he remembered
that many of those who put down
their names are visitors or tcnipotary
residents whose term of member
ship is very transient. Add to this
the inevitable loss of old members
from death, removal and voluntary
withdrawal, and it will be found
that our accessions though seemingly
considerable, arc little more than
sulllcient to make good our losses. A
complete list of the actual paying
members nt any onu time can only
bo obtained from the books of the
Overtures have been made on be
half of the organization known as
the Boys' Reading Room, looking to
a winding up of the operations of
that society and the transfer of its
effects to this Association. Owing
to the departure of Mr. C. A.
Brown, who represented the Boys'
Reading Room in these negotiations,
no definite conclusion has been yet
arrived at. It is the opinion of your
committee that an arrangement can
he made which will be entirely fair
and mutually advantageous. Ac
companying this report is the proof
of a circular which it is proposed to
issue in connection with the sale of
catalogues arid in such other ways
as may be hereafter decided upon.
It is a simple and straight-forward
appeal for aid in securing new mem
bers and additional contributions of
Since Mrs. Rodgers took charge
of the library in February last, a
little over 2,200 books have been
drawn out by 211 different persons
of whom 127 have books out at the
present time. In addition to these,
there nrc two or three parties having
books standing to their account
which were drawn while Miss Clarke
was librarian, and which we have
been unable thus far, to get re
The use of the reference depart
ment is large and constant. Of this
use, it is of course impossible to
keep any record. The additions to
this portion of the library during
the last year have been numerous
and important, including nearly a
hundred volumes from the bequest
of Queen Emma, some of those
being of special interest and value.
This-department has been enriched
by a number of large illustrated
works, some of these being from
the Queen Emma collection and
some contributed by Messrs. Cart
wright, Dole and others.
In view of the facts herein set
forth, your committee consider that
the Association has good reason to
be pleased with the record of the
last year and with the prospect of
growth and usefulness in the future.
C. T. Rougeus,
C. 'M. Ilvnn,
Hall and Library Committee.
Honolulu, Sept. 30, 188G.
We Bhould Blot Out Disease
in Its Early Stages.
The disease commences with a slight
derangement of the stomach, 1ml, if
neglected, it in time involves the whole
frame, emhraclug the kidneys, livor,
pancreas, and in fact the entue gland
ular system; and the atnicteii druj-s out
a miserable existence until death gives
lulief from suffering. The disease is
often mistaken for other complaints;
hut if the reader w 111 ask himself the
following questions he will tie able lo
determine whether he himself U one of
the iiflllcled: Have I distress, pain, or
diUlculty in breathing after eating? Is
, there n dull, heavy feeling, attended by
diowslness? Have the eyes a yellow
tinge? Does a thick, scicky mucous
gather about the gums and teeth in tho
mornings, rccompanied by a disagree,
able table? Is the tongue coaled? U
there pain iu the bides and back? Is
there a fullness about tho light side as
if tho liver weio enhuging? Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rising sud.
denly from an horizontal position? Are
the secretions irom the Kuineysiiigitiy
coloured, with a deposit after standing?
Does food ferment boon after eating,
accompanied by llatulenco or belching
of gas from the stomach ? is mere ire.
quenl palpitation of the heart ? These
various symptoms may not be present at
ono time, but they tnrniOHt the sufferer
in turn as the dreadful disease pio.
grosses. If tho case bo ono of long
Btandiug, there will be a dry, hacking
cough, attended alter a time hy expec
torntlon. In very advanced stages the
skin assumes a dirty brownish appear,
auce, and the hands aud feet are covered
by a cold sticky pvisplration. As lhe
liver and kidneys become more and
more diseased, rheumatic pains appear,
and the usual treatment proves entirely
unavailing against tho latter agonising
disouler. Tho origin of this malady is
indigestion or dyspepsia, und u small
quantity of the proper medicine will
remove tho disease if taken in its incipient:-.
It is most important that thu
diseaso should bo piomptly and properly
treated in its first Btuges, when a little
medicine will effect a cure, and even
when it lius obtained a stlong holil the
correct remedy should bo persevered iu
until every vestige of the disease is
eradicated, until tho appetite liasioturn
ed, and thu digestive organs restoied to
a healthy condition. 'Die surest and
most effectual remedy for this dUtrcB.
Inir conioliiliit U "Selirel's Cllintivc
Syrup," a vegetable picpariitlon sold by
all chemists and imiiciuo vendors
theoughout the world, and by tho pio
prietois, A. J. White, Limited, London,
E. O. This Byrvp strikes at tho very
foundation of tho disease, and drives it,
root and branch, out of thu system. Ask
your chemist for rieigel's Cuuitlvo
"Kaststreet Mills, Cambrldgcheath,
"London, E. 0., July 24th. lBBU
"Fliy-jt gives me great pleasure to be
able lo add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup as a curatlvo agent.
I had suffered for borne length of time
from a severe form of indigestion, and
tho long train of distressing symptoms
following that disease. I Imu tried all
pndblc mollis to get relief, by seeking
tho hctl nicilicd aialeu. t limUuiillu.O.
ed sulllcient of their s-tull'to float, a num.
ol-war, o to fpeak, but a.l to no nvull.
A fiiend of initii, Coinliif n the cene
in the inldt of my m.uV lug lis-, ncht
with him h bottle ot mm Sci.-pi ijpj
ho ndvUed lne to try It, htrttlnij i e iclt
confident it Mould licnellt me. Being
weary of tiyng soiiumy drugs, 1 eon.
demned it before liin), thlnkit.g it could
not possibly lo mo any good, but ulti
mately determined to take trie Syrun.
After doing co for a short time it work,
ed s'ich a change hi me that I continued
taking it fot nearly two month", and I
then felt thoroughly cured, tin I have
discontinued Its u-e"tor tku weeks, and
feci in tho beM. of health, mid can pur.
take any kind of food with ease and
comfoit." 1 am thcrefoie thauklul to
you (hut, tliiough the ln-trunientallly of
your valuable medicine, I urn icMoicdto
the slato of health 1 now enjoy Yours
ti uly, W. S. FoiisTKii.
"To Mr. A. .l.Whllo"
Those who are in the 'Asthma
Furnace" should lore no time in obtain,
ing relief by the use of "Tho Hosing,
weed Tar Mixture;" but do not use the
mcdlduo unlets you will follow nil the
dhectlons "to the letter."
Poor Asthma MilTercrs, who arc
utrangors to "tired Nature's sweet
rcitmur, balmy sleep," should mike ue
of "The Koslnwced Tar MlMute." Quiet
icfre.-diing t.)eop will follow Its ue.
"Waterloo House, London Stile, Chls
wick, "February 17lh, 18S2.
"Mosrs. Wnlto and Co., London.
'Gentlemen, It Is with great pleas
lire that I add my testimony to the
woiiduiful effects of Sclgcl's yrup. For
years I nad been suffering from bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then a mist would come before my eyes,
so that 1 should not be able to recognise
any one or anything at the dltance of a
yard or two fiom my face. This would
he followed by excessive trembling of
my knees, so that 1 could not staud
without support; after which a severe
headache would occur, lasting often two
or three dags. I have tried various
lemedles for these distressing symptoms,
but until I tried bclgel'it yrup I had no
relief, tlncu then 1 have had excellent
health In every respect, and if ever I
feel a headache coming on 1 take one
dose of the byrup, which arrests it.
Hoping that this testimonial may bo the
luciMis of Inducing others (w ho suffer as
I used) to tiy the Syrup, as I feel sure
they will receive speedy benellt and
ultimately "be cured, 1 beg to remain,
"A. II. IlOlUON."
S-elgel's Operating Pills pievent 111
effects from cxea In eating or drink
ing. A good duMi at bed-time renders
a person lit for busindss iu the morning.
If you have Asthma use- 'The Eosinweed
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS
J nt reiitonaulu niieu. at, Woltt'i
XXX mid Ti'i Prinmvorft Manillas at
TCE CREAM of the Forest mid Kioh
L o-t quality fiom onu quart to any
quantity i.pwiuls aro di-livertil puokcil
In ice, from 11 o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
i',M., free of clnirgo to any l art in Hono
lulu ami -ub irlw by iho Fio iccr Steam
Candy Factor anil IJiUcy.
(5.00 ONLY is tl'e llco ehurged
qp tor Twii Gallons of :.ny llavorwi
rich and always fresh miule Steam Ice
Cream, gumniiiecil to he nhtolutelv pure
or no pay tit the I'ionecr Steam Cindy
Faciory, Bikjiy and lee Cream Booms.
Practical Confectioner and Orna.
menter, Hotel St., Bjt. Fort & Niiuanu
M3. Hawaiian and Bull Telephones,
No. 74. 40 If
PiCTUm: Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
regildod, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
Don't think twice i,f you are in
need of fine leu Cieam, Cakes and
Candies. Tho Elite Ice Cream Par
lors, 85 Hotel street, will attend your
oiders piomptly and guarantee en
tire satisfaction. Bell Telephone 182
Mutual XiS. U
Dit. Flint's Hkaut Aemeuy 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 &
Co., Agents. 354
Patronize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, wheio ho is prepared to till all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is icquirt'd" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget tho
name J. W. Hingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
DRS. HILL AND RENNIEhuvo
left at thu ollli'o of tho iuiderii.,iied
n few patkai;-Hof ihcirltcincdic. They
can be had on implication to
J. K. WISEMAN. Agent,
Gl Iw Merchant Street.
ilaw'nOaiiiHEi'Miiiif'KCo., & DO 100
K. O. Hull k Bon, (new issue)!?! 100
bell 'I eleplione,
O. Urowur A: Co.,
Wailukn Sugui ' o
Hcclprofiity riiieni Co.,
Iiiter.Islanil S. N. On,,
IH Mi'roliiini Snoci
O LUSO IIAWATIANO.
ALL persons who want to cominuni.
cato wltli tho Poitueuese, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or iny other helps, will Hud It
tho most primtnblii wuy to mlvertlsu in
tho Luso auaiiano, the now organ of
tho Poitueuese colony, which Is pub.
llshed on Merchant smut, Gazeie liuU.
log, t.Post.Olllc.0 LetU'r ox K.)( and
only charges icusouuble rates for adver,
We are Fighting Opposition I
Selling at Cost I
No connection with any corner,
DOT Lookout when the TEMPLE of FASHION will
have one day in this month, where we will give C4oods
away, NO PAY.
HERE WE COME
CLOTHING Afi FURNISHING GOODS!
Ever brought to thete IMiuuls mid which nc will toll nt lhe following
1C0 Dozen Boys' Wool Snitu, per suit....- 2 fiO upwards.
JeiM' " ' "
Men's Fine lii.siiiesi Suits per suit 5 00
" ' All Wool ' Extra vnlue.ptr suit 0 00
" Ex Fine Bluck Dresi " " " " ' 18 00
' Working Panic, per piir 100
Alio an Kx ra Fine
The OlietvpeNt and
100 Dozen Unlnundrictl Shiits per piece $ 50 upwards
10) " Men's Fine Under-hii is, per piece GO '
11)0 " " liitcDres Shirty per piica 1 25 "
100 " " All Wool Working Shirls," " 150 "
GO " " Straw Huts, per piece 7G "
75 ' Boys' " " " " 50 "
We are confUcnt that thu e prices will satUly tho most eMicting.
We only atlvertiHc what wo mctin !
Any nuHntifnotory article may be returned. nnl the money
be cheerfully refunded.
Remember the Blue Front,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KhOEIVHD, THE FINEST LINES OF
Ciisloitt-Mlii doing, Gents' Fnmislic Goods,
if.V'lH, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and NovcltieH in Neckware.
by repealed and special request, a mitill iinoire of the tiiirFt hand-made,
Obliiumlili: In tho
(Pormuilv with Huinuel Nott'.
Iniliorter unci leulev Jin
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OHOOKr.RY, G1H" All, 1J( USK KURVIKHINO IIARDWAKK,
AOATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Rail's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
titoro formerly ocuipici by S. Xo'l
M IIWTAUV4W IIIIMMI aWillW
BliiokHinith Work :
79 & 81 King; Street
JEUitrtiiifCH irom Iiinur ttml -Merolmiit HH.
Every description of work iu tho abou llixs performed in a first-claw miotitr.
Also, Horse Shoeing; a Specialty,
tST flell Telephone, 107. -a (327 ly) t3T Bell Telephone, 107.
'a 13 R n 9fe
:a ft Ha A gf K I M
and (55 Fort Street.
we are just below.
TO THE FRONT 1
Line of Men's and Boys'
JLScwt in tlio 9aikot.
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
I, oppomle HpreckcJi" & Co.'s Kank
Old Rose Premises.
Health is Wealth !
- i ' '
Dit. K. C. Wmt's Netite and JlnMN TnxA'P-
Memt, a guaranteed specific for Hystoriii, Dliii-
ne, voDTQiiiont. c iu, nerrous neunugin,
llenuacbe. Nerrotu Prostration, ranted by thonss
or alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental De
pression, Softening of the Brain, resetting in in
sanity and leading to misery, decay and dentht
Prematura Old Aee, Oarronnesa, Low of Powor
In either eox.lnTolnntary Losses and Bpormntnr
rlicDn, canted by oyer-oxcrtion of tho brain, Doir
nbuM, or oTer-lnuulfrencn. Each box contatna
one month's treatment. Sl.OOn box, or fix boxen
for $5.00, aentby caall prepaid on receipt of price.
WE GOAJIANTKE BIX BOX.F.H
To euro any case With each order rceWed by ns
for alz boxes, accompanied with ts.uo, wo will
end the purchaser our written Ruaranteoto re
fond tho money it tho treatment docs nut effect
n cure. Guarantee issned only by
V E IU tT Ui tW ft wtrs fortr c4f UwrCwpUlal
t7t!MU, SUk IIra4wb,UdlctUoB,Co.UFU(M. nCMtlmw,
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JOHN C. WEST A CO, 111 A Il W. U-!Uo. Ek, Cbko
IX bfcl (Uft m kj null j. rtp14 on fwtivi .( I col .uap.
TIolllHler V; Co.,
SOBin Wlioli'Milo ami Htti-lt Apcnts.
The White House,
No.;i 1H Nmiiuiu Hlrcct,
Honolulu, II. I.
utile Fnmily lloiol ; Trrm Hchhoii.
Flrxt.rliw Afco iiimuinHon-.
M.W.SAMJR! S, Proprii-lor.
a is 1.
Store for Rent, ami' Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT it. vinibli' Stoic imw occupied
hy iho l.. DIIW HAZAAU, 88 Fort
strert. mill nil tin r imuic ui h i h-c,
SC., fill Mill!.
enqulro on Mn
I'm fiuHHT piirtiriiliitR,
Pnnii -k 4'(1
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cool; and linker.
71 Hotel St. tSirjEr Telephone 74
Inter-Island S. 1 Co.,
Tlie Best Itoiite
to the World Kenowncd
Volcano of Kiiauea
'I In: new mid :t;iui eh
Steamer W. C. Haii
Leave Honolulu in 10 o'clock a.m. on
FRIDAY. October lr.th.
The Hc.imur pnsics ulonir the inllie
coast of the leewnril side of IIi.w II, af.
fording tmirUts a pnuoinmii of eliniiii.
ing scener.i. and will stop at Keilakc
kuu Hay, mIiciu Milllcient lime is allow,
ed to vi-it 'he Monument of Captain
TouriMs by ililt toule reach l'uunliiu
at 5 o'clock on lhe day nfier leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, milking" the entire pa-nige in,
itnooth water. At Puunluu there Is. lliu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from Ihcie touri-t- will lie conveyed
by railroad to l'libabi. ilu-iit'c by stage
joncli to ll'tlf.uny llmii-e, wheie horsis
ind euidet will be in uticmlance to ion
vey them to the Vob ano.
Tourists will have two night and on
whole day at the Volcano Hoi so.
Tide's fa: the ion ad trip, 3 50, which
includes all ezpentet.
Apply to I1AIMIY AKMITAGK,
Agent, ill Williams' Pliologtapii Onllerv,
Fort sin e', or at the office ot the 1. 1 'S.
N. Co., Ksplnnmlc. .T.O Cm
Having Fecund Iho Scrviioi o
Geo. C, Stratemeyer
we nrc prcpund to execute all
House or 8ig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Burnt Out, but Not Dead!
Ryan's Boat-BuilQinE Shoj
Is now mljoinii
Is now adjoining lhe rear of.
A Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald'
Fifty Cent, a Mouth.
28 1 DANIEL LOGAN, 'Proprietor, ly