Newspaper Page Text
i " 1
, m. '
jtooswa WW twoiWiB!nriii majhi!H J muift
1u gniijlj gttikiin,
THURSDAY. OCT. 1-1. 18BU.
Continued from page 2.
outlining any tiling like Ministerial
policy, paitiunlarly anything invol
ving legislative action. lint lliia
Ministry pledge themselves that the
various contracts entered into, the
bills passed at this session, will be
carried out in a faithful and honor
able spli'it, and that economy and
prudence will be the guides of their
notion, and that their administration
will be for the dignity of the throne
and the best welfare of the people.
Hep. Dole said : In view of the
announcement which has been made
of the new Cabinet and the retire
ment of the old, it gives ino great
pleasure to be able to congratulate)
the house on the choice of His
Majesty and the policy of reform.
Two of the gentlemen arc for the
first time in their present positions,
and it is too soon to judge them.
They will be judged by their acts.
One" of the new Ministers His Ex
cellency the Minister of Finance,
holds the same position that he held
in the old Cabinet. In regard to
His Excellency the Minister of
Foreign Affairs," I cannot but regret
that His Majesty has seen fit to
Tender the policy of the old Cabinet
or Cabinets a, permanent one, by
placing that gentleman at the head
of thertcw Cabinet. That gentle
man makes tho feature of the two
old Cabinets which have character
ized them and which come to us from
the old Cabinets' woist features
the want of firmness, the want of
policy, and the inconsistency. Of
course the Appropriation Bill has
passed and is a settled matter, and
it is too late to talk of economy or
of extravagance except in connection
with that bill, which is one of ex
travagance. But I believe that I
represent the feelings of a large part
of the nation, when I say that this
gentleman as head of the Cabinet,
after the experience of the last two
years, is a great disappointment.
Rep. Liliknlani spoke in Hawaiian,
without interpretation, congratulat
ing the Ministers on their appoint
ment. Rep. Brown asked if the members
for Lahaina and Ililo had tendered
their resignations as representatives,
as they cannot take their seats as
"Ministers without first resigning their
.seats as representatives of the peo
,ple. He was pleased to sec native
Hawahans in the Cabinet ; and as it
was necessary for the proceedings
of the house to be carried on in a con
stitutional manner, he moved that
the house adjourn to 10 o'clock
Rep. Kaunamano moved an amend
ment that tho house adjourn to 1
o'clock, r. m. to-day.
Minister Gibson supported the
The house, at 10 :38, adjourned
to 1 o'clock r. Jt.
Strar C B Bishop from Ilamakua
Bark Hesper for PortTownscnu
Schr "Waloll for Waialua
Sehr "Wallele for Paia
Schr Luka for Pima
VESSELS LEAVINC TfT-MORROW.
StmrWGlIall for Lahalna, Mtialaea,
Kona and Kuu at 10 a m
-nvnm Haninkua. ner steamer
Bishop, October 14-
The bark Hesper sailed to sea
morning before a fair trade wind.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk-Thomas It Poster, Kugg
Oik Elsinorc, Jenks
Bktne Planter, Perriman
Bktne Eureka, Winding
Ger bark Pacific, Oilman
American bark Saranue, from New
York, sallcd.Iuly 13th, due here 2, ov. 18
UO, to Castle & Cooke.
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, due here Octobei
iUtll-iNOV 181, io aciiucici U vyu.
Brit bark Iionerag, sailed from Liver
pool, Juno JHh, due here October 23rd
Nov 1st, to Davlcs & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, FM Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit liark Glougabur, Itollestou, from
Liverpool, due heie, Jan 1.1-ai, to
Davies & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Bhikely, due heie Deo 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Calbarlen, Perkins, from
San Francisco, duo at Mahukoiio, Sept
:10th. at Honolulu hi Oct, to Castle &
Am bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, iltio lere Jan lB-IIO,
to bcuauiur iv vyu.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, duo hero in i'eb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am baik Hope, PeiihnlJow, from Port
Towiibund, due hero Oct 13th, to Lowers
Duihno. tho drill of tho Honolulu
Rifles last evening, an order from
Captain V. V. Ashfoul was read,
making Friday evoning, in addition
to Wednecday ovoning.a regular drill
evening. Tho appointments of private
Geo. Stratenieycr to Fourth sergo
(int, private Fred Wood to First Cor
poral, private Roist to Second Cor
poral, private F. L. Winter to Third
Corpoial, and private Bcals to Fourth
Corporal were also announced.
LOCAL & GEIIERAL NEWS.
Visit was plentiful in tho market
" Mikado " tea party
A. Hull this evening.
at tho Y. M.
Engine Co. No. 2, will drill at
Haekeld ifc Co.'s corner thin evening.
Bleainer Bishop brings news of
weather all along llniiiiikua
Tin: newly elected officers of tho
Hnmuulu Sheop Stntion Co., are
advertised in another column.
Tlir.iu: will he a liillinrd match, be
tween two native players at tho Ha
waiian Hotel, this evening, for $50 a
Tin: meeting of the Oommandry
No. 1, is postponed until Thursday
evening nest, on account of the
" Mikado " tea parly.
Mil. E. B. Thomas is prepuiing to
lay tho foundation of tho new brick
building to bo erected on Fort street,
near Merchant street.
Mr.ssns. Knlua, Aholo, and Bush,
are the special committee appointed to
wait on His Majesty, the King, and
inform him that tho House awaits
His Majesty's pleasure to be prorogu
ed. To-MOimow morning at 10 o'clock,
Mr. Lyons will commence a regular
cash wile. Tho btoek comprises an
unusually full line of goods, carriage
horses, brakes, buggy harness and
Mis. Wm. Wall says that the fancy
skater Aginton will arrive here about
tho 30th inst, on .his way to the
Colonies, and if an opportunity is
ofl'ered, tho professor will give another
Tin: members of Mechanic Engine
Co. No. 2, aie ordered to attend at
their engine bouse at half-past 7
o'clock this evening for tho purpose
of attending a drill. The firo police
are also summoned to attend a meet
ing at the biiiiio hour and place.
While the steamer O. K. Bishop
was landing machinery at Kiikui
haclc, on her last trip, two accidents
occurred. Tho second mate bad one
of his feet crushed by a piece of
machinery, while one of the sailors
bad on arm broken by being caught
in the donkey engine gear. The
broken arm was set by Dr. Green
field, of Honokaa, yesterday morn
ing. Gieat difficulty was experi
enced in landing the machinery at
Kukuihaele, because the weather
The lost horse, referred to in these
columns yesterday, has been found.
He was driven into Mi. Burgess' pad
dock. Mr. B. took him into town and
reported the matter at the Police
Station. Ho was then advised to
send the animal to the pound. The
owner Was a printer in one of the
newspaper offices. Mr. B. said he
would iind him out of that was the
case and- save all useless expense.
He did so, and deserves to bo thanked
for his extreme kindness.
The steamship Mariposa will sail
for San Francisco with mails and
.passengeis on the 23rd instant. On
the 30th instant, the steamship Ala
meda will be due from San Fran
cisco, and will be promptly des
patched for tho Colonies same day.
The fighting Chinamen who ap
pealed from the light sentence of
Police Justice Bickertdn, received
their deserts yesterday at the hands
of Mr. Justice Preston. The twenty
days' imprisonment at which they re
belled, was changed to six months.
The penalties of giving bonds for
future good behavior was re-en-forccd.
On the whole, Johnny Pake
did not get off as he anticipated.
A six months' service in a blue and
brown suit, will afford them time to
reflect as to whether it is policy to
settle their petty squabbles. Noth
ing of the kind has occuired since
the ruption at the beginning of the
' BILLIARDS EXTRAORDINARY.
To-morrow evening, Mr. J. F. B.
McCIeery, the champion billiardist,
of California, will give an exhibition
of his marvellous skill in billiards,
in the dinning room of the Hawaiian
Hotel. Mr. McCIeery is well-known
on tlie Coast and has earned a well
deserved reputation. His giving an
exhibition gamo in this city is an un
expected treat. A small charge is
made for admission which ought to
cover running expenses. 'Should
tho display prove interesting and in
structive it is probable that the skill
of tho scientist will bo substantially
recognized. Tho game will take
place on a table brought down from
San Francisco by Mr. McCIeery.
Wednesday, Oct. 13th.
AuguBt Leonard, charged with
assault and battery on Sally Kanui
on 12th inst. Flea not guilty.
Defendant was working on ii scow
near the Fish Market. The plain
tiff picked up some of his tools and
put them in salt water. Defendant
told her to put them back wheio she
got them. She told liipi to "go to
Ml." Ho threw a pieco of wood at
her. It glanced on tho scow and
struck her on the head. She ran on
shore. Defendant desired to see if
she was hurt, but she would not al
Defendant reprimanded ant) flisr
Win. roweii was ciiargcu witn ue
sertiug, and failing to maintain and
support his wife for fl days past.
Remanded until loth inst.
Kaiml entered a plea of guilty to
njohargc of assault and battery on
Achong. Fined Si). Costs SI.
Keawc was charged with disorder
ly conduct on lltliinst. Plea not
Threo witnesses testified lo the
defendant being drunk and using
bad language townuls Kong Gee, n
storekeeper at lCawaiahao. Sen
tenced lo imprisonment for 21
Win Pack, for having opium,
unlawfully in possession, was lined
SG0 and sentenced to imprisonment
for 20 days.
Chas. Hall, was on the testimony
of Dr. Webb committed to tho In
sane Asylum as being insane and
unsafe to be tit liberty.
MAURITIUS AND ITS GOVERNOR.
The island of Mauritius is well
known lo be one of the fairest pos
sessions of the British Crown. The
"Malta of the Indian Ocean," as
M. Thiers called it, is famous for
the beauty of lis scenery and the
fertility of its sugar-fields. It sup
ports a population of some 120,000
whites, chiefly of French blood, and
250,000 coolies and negroes, who
patiently till the fields, earn their
little fortunes of a few scores of
rupees, and then return to die in
their own country. Vet strange to
say, the island is not always happy.
It is not, in truth, very easy to gov
ern, for the French population,
though loyal lo the British Crown,
is apt to take offense, to lire up if
its rights are not readily admitted,
and to look askance at authorities
whom it believes to have other in
terests at heart than those of the
planters. Archieves of the Colonial
Oiilce are full of the records of
squabbles between Governors and
their subordinates. Sir John Pope
Hennessy is a man of lofty aspira
tions, which he tries to realize by
furthering the cause of the abor
igines and of the colored laborers
wherever he can ; and, of course,
this implies pretty strained rela
tions with other people who -do not
belong to his party the planters
.and such like. The worst is that it
is so hard to find a place where such
a Governor will have the minimum
of opportunities for his irrepressible
talent. In almost every colony of
the British Empire there are either
white and black or English and
Irish ready for the hand of the
organizer of parties. We commend
the problem of finding a post where
Sir John Pope Hennessey can do no
mischief, and can find scope only
for the amiable side of his character,
to Mr. Stanhope and the Colonial
Ollice. It is one which will tax
their resources to the utmost.
THE TEMPLE OF SERPENTS.
The small town of Werda, in the
Kingdom of Dahomey, is celebrated
for its Temple of Serpents, a long
building in which the priests keep
upward of a thousand serpents of
all sizes, which they feed with the
birds and fiogs hi ought to them as
offerings by the natives. These
serpents, many of them of enormous
size, may bo seen hanging from the
beams across the ceiling, with their
heads hanging downward, and in all
sorts of strange contortions. The
priests make the small serpents go
through various evolutions by lightly
touching them with a rod, but they
do not venture to touch the largest
ones, some of which are big enough
to enfold a bullock in their coils.
It often happens that some of these
serpents me'te their way out of the
temple into the town, and the priests
have the greatest dilliculty in coax
ing them back. To kill a serpent
intentionally is a crime punished
with death, and if a European were
to kill one, the authority of tho King
h'mself would scarcehy sufllee to
save his life. Any one killing a
set pent unintentionally must inform
the piicst of what has occurred, nnd
go through the course of purification
which takes place once a year. b.
We should Blot Out Disease
in Its Early Stages.
The disease commences with a slight
derangement of the stomach, but, If
neglected, it in time involves the whole
frame, embracing the kidneys, 'Iver,
pancreas, and in fact the entire gland,
ular system; and the uflliclcd drugs out
a raisciable existence until death gives
relief from suffering. The disease is
ofteu mistaken for oilier complulnts;
but if the reader will ubk himself the
following questions be will be able to
determine whether he himself is one of
tl'u alllicted; Have I distress, pain, or
dilliculty in breathing after eating? Is
Iheru a dull, Heavy leenng, uiienoen ny
diowslncss? Have thu eyes a yellow
tl.iu;e? Does a thick, Micky mucous
gat. cr about the gums and teeth in tho
mornings, accompanied by u dlfagrec.
able taste? Is tho totiguo coated? Is
there palu In tho sides and back? Is
thero u fullness about the right side us
if tho liver wcie enlarging? Is thero
vertigo or dizziness whon rising md.
denly from in horizontal position? Are
the secretions fiom the kidneys highly
coloured, with a deposit after standing?
Does food feiineiiv soon after eating,
accompanied by llnlulenco or belching
of gut) from the Btoiuach? Is theie fre.
queul palpitation oflhohtmt? These
various symptoms may pot be present at
one time, but they lormoHt the sunerer
in turn as the dreadful disease pio.
grosses, f the case bo ouo of Jniit
standing, iheie will bo a jhy, hucklug
cough, uitendcd alter a time by expec.
toratlon. In verv advanced stages the
skin assumes a dirty brownbh appear,
ttuce, und ihe hands and feetuiucovoied
by a coll sticky perspiration. As iliu
liver mi kidneys become more and
more diseased, ilieumatlc pubis appear,
and thu usuul.treatment proves entirely
unuvullliK uguiust ihe latter agonising
disorder. Tho origin pf tiis niilndy is
ludlgestioa or dytpep)u, uud u small
quaintly of the proper medicine u.ll
tetnovu tho disease If taken hi Us inclp
lc. icy. It is most Important that tliu
(llse.io should be pininpily nnd piopTly
tieaicd in It- In- t -In -es, l i n a i.ltlu
medicine will ellivt a cole lm ccii
w'licn it ha- oMalncd a ttioil l.ol tin;
couect lemedj should lie peri eio la
until ovciy vertigo Of the dl en e Is
eradicated, until the uppclttc liii-OGtltiti
cd, and tlio d'gesllvo ofiflhSYctoied lo
a licnlthy condition. The Miie-l ami
mojt eH'cctuttl icmcily forthl riili(i-s
lug complaint U "Sclgcl's dilative
Sviiip." a vegetable picpainlion iuld by
all cliemlsH nnd miliclnc vctulois
llicoughoiit the world, andbylhupio
prielois, A. J. While, Limited, London,
K. C. This Smp till ikes at the er.
foundation of the disease, nnd drUes ii,
lootnnd branch, out of the system. Ak
your chemist for Solid's Curative
"East-stieet Mill, Cambrldgchcilh,
"London, E. C, July 21th. 1882
"Sir, It gives mc great plcasuic to bu
able to add my testimony in favour o?
your valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
1 had suHcrcd for some length of time
from a severe form of indigestion, and
the long train of distressing symptoms
following that disease. I had tried all
possible menus lo get icllef, by seeking
the best mcdlcnl advice. Iliad swallow,
cd sulllcient of their stuff lo llnal a man.
or-war, so to speak, but oil to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming o i the scene
in tho midst of my sufTeiing, brought
with lilin a bottle of your Sergei Syrup;
he advised mc to try it, stating he felt
confident It would benefit mc. Being
weary of trysng so many drills, 1 con.
demued it before tilal, thinking it could
not possibly do mc any good, but ulti
mately determined to take the Syrup.
After doing so for a short time it work."
ed such a change In mcthat 1 continued
taking it for nearly two month", nnd I
then felt thoroughly cured, for I have
discontinued Its iho for live weeks, and
feel In the best of health, and can par
take any kind of food with case and
comfort." I am therefore thankful to
you that, through the instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, I am restored to
the state of health I now enjoy. Yours
truly, W. S.FonsTKit.
"Waterloo House, London Slllc, Chis
wick, "February 17tl, 1832.
"Messrs. Wnltc and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It Is with. t;reat picas,
ure that I add my testimony to the
wonderful effects of Selgel's Syrup. For
years I nad been suffering from bilious
attacks, winch began with giddiness;
then a mist would come befoic my eyes,
so that l should not be able to recognise
any one or anything at the dltauce of a
yard or two fioin my face. Tins would
be followed by excessive trembling of
my knees, so that l could not stand
without support; after which a seveic
headache would occur, lasting often two
or tbice ihm. I have tiled various
remedies for thco dlsticsslng symptoms,
but until I tried fccicl's Svrun I had no
relief, binee then 1 have had excellent
health in every rei-poct, and It ever I
feel a headache coming on I take one
dose of the Syrup, which arrests it.
Hoping thatthW testimonial may be the
menus of inducing otbcis (who suffer as
I used) to tiy the Syrup, as I feel sure
they will leeeivc speedy benefit and
ultimately bo cured, 1 bjg to remain,
"A. If: Hokton."
Selgel's Operating PUN prevent 111
effects fiom excoss in eating or drluk
ins. A good dose at bed-time renders
a person til for busludss in the morning.
If you have Asthma use 'The Kosluwecd
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS
at reasonable prices ut MolteM
XXX and Li Prlmavora Manillas at
ICE CREAM of tho Purest and Rich
est quality fiom onu quart to ony
quantity upwards are delivered packed
in ice, from 11 o'clock .a.m. to C o'clock
l'.M., fiec of charge to any pait in Hono
lulu nnd suburbs by the 'Pioneer Steam
Candy Factcry and Bakery.
5.00 ONLY is the price charged
for Two Gallons ol nnv flavored
rich and nlways fresh innilo Steam Ice
Crc.im, guaranteed to be absolutely pure
or no pay ut the l'loncor bleam Uanuy
Factory, lb koiy and Ice Cream Rooms.
Prnctlcal Confectioner and Ornn
mentor, Hotel St., Bet. Foit & Nuunnu
Sts. Hawaiian and Hell Telephones,
No. 74. ' 4l tf
ricTUiti: Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
rcgilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
' 55 Ot.
Don't think twice if you aro in
need of line Ice Cream, Cakes and
Candies. Tlio Elite Ice Cream Par
lors, 85 Hotel street, will attend your
orders pioinptly and guarantee en
tire satisfaction, Bell Telephone 182
Mutual :i38. U
Dit. Flint's Heart Kkmkiiy is a
Specific for nil fornis of Heart l)is
cafeo mid alto for DiseasL's of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptivo book
with every bottle, llonsoii Smith &
Co., Agents. 3W
Pathonizk Homo Industry by buy
ing cigarB of J. W. Jlingloy, Cigar
Munufiictuiur, at tlio Crystal Soda
Woiks, wlioro lio is prepared to fill nil
ordorH at the lowest possible whole
sale piiccti. Island ohIith solicited
and iiomptly tilled. The attention
of (Ionium is lespeotfiilly invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell these oigars. Ho not foigot tho
naino J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Koda Works, Hotel street.
DRS. HILL AND RENNIEhave
Joflatl.ieollleoof Hie uiidei.iui e'l
a few paeUugcBol'iliulrHeniedio'. Tiny
can be had on aiipllcniinii to
J, ;, WISEMAN. Agent,
C-l lw Merchant Street,
O LUSO 1IAWAHANO.
ALL persons who want lo communl.
cato with tho Toitugueee, ellher
tor buhinesn, or for procuring workmen,
6crvunts or any oilier helps, will find It
tlio tnpst prolllnblo way to advertlto In
the Luso ffawaiiaup, thp new organ of
the I'oituciiesd 'colony, which' is pub.
llBhed on Merchant strict, Gazette Hulld.
lug, (J'ost-Ollico Letter llox K,), and
only charges icasouablo rates for adver-
RrayMenrfjjK g rp
We are Fighting Opposition I
Selling a,t Cost!
No connection with any corner,
DSP Lookout when tho TEMPLE of FASHION will
have one day in this month, where we will give Goods
away, NO PAY.
HERE WE COME
DF'iiiessvfc Custom Made
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS.!
Kvct brought to thc.-c; Iblunds and which t will tell ut this following
X-O W PB1CES :
K0 Dozen Boys' Wool Suits, persni'.
Men'-t Fine llusincs Suits,
" ' All Wool ' Extra value.pt r Mill 0 (10
" nxFino UluckDicsc " " " " " IS 00
' Y i rlii i(j Pauls, per piir 1 00
Also an Ex ra Fine Line
rJClic CiicnpcKl niul
100 D5zen Unlaiindrled Shirts per piec
Men's Flue Underihirls, tier piece
" " " bite Drcs Sliirt, per plies
" All Wool Working Shirts," "
" Straw lints, per piece
Hoys,' " " " '
Wc confident that thro prices will satisfy the uintl exacting.
We only advertise what -tvo mean !
Any uiiKuti factory article may be returned and the money
will be clieerlully rei'nudod.
Remember tho Blue Front,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KLOU1VISD, TIIK FINEST LINES OP
Gisioi-iaiie Gliili, Gents' Fiiriiisliin Goods,
11 ATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and. Novelties in Neckware. .
by repealed and special rupicBi, a tnnill invoice of the finest band-made,
Obtainable in the
(Tnrineily wilh Samuel Nott.
Imporlcr rvml l)cli in
CIIOOKlUtY, 01.ASAltI., IKjUSK KUKN1HIIJNU
AOATB IltON Mil) TINWAUK.
Agent EalFs Safe
Beaver Block, -
ST Stoio formerly ociuninl by S. NO'J'P, opposite Spruckcli &. Co.'s Bank -
BliiokMiuith Work :
79 k 81 Killl M
Ithiti'itiMMiN li'om ICIiijl; iiik! 2tlereliuiit t$tn.
Every description of work in the above lines performed In a flrot-oUns manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
&T Hell Telephone, 1Q7. - VTJ7 1,, ) 3T Hell Tclejihone, 107, -
and 05 Fort, Street.
wo are just below.
TO THE FRONT 1
2 TO upwards.
2 Si I "
per suit 5 00
of Men's and Nov-'
Ut'Nt in tlic IJiii-kct.
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
and Lock Company.
Old Sosb Premises.
Health is Wealth !
l)n. E. C. West's Neiite ahd HnAm Ttieat
MtNT.n ffunmntccd epcciQo for Hystcrin, Dlizi
noo. ConjnUions. Fit, Norroua Nonralgiii,
lltnclnclio, Norrons Prostration, caasod liy tho no
ot alcohol or tobacco, WnkefalncM, Mcntnl IJo
IirMdlon, Botiontng of tho 12 rain, resulting in in-
theen, caused by oycr-excrtion ot tho brain, self
notion, or over.indnlirntinn. ICnrh Imr Mni.ln.
.11 viiiiu, .a., lut
one month's trwUmonU 81.00aloi, orcix Lkiiim
tor $3.00, sent by mall prepaid on receipt ot price.
WE tiUABAXTEB BIX BOX.KH
tor six boxes, accompanied with 5.0J, wo will
Mod tho purchaser our written guaranteo to re
fund tlio money if tho treatment docs nut cffi-ct
a euro. aurantees issued only by
W WI FT On Wt rtwr4 tor ttr cm. f Wtr Cnpl.lnt'
P7.P.P.U, felrk ll.ul.cb., IdtcMba(CMUrlloa ot CortJmMU,
...Ml cat. wll Wfi V.f.U.1. Ur nil., wfcra iklJIm.
IIom r ilricttr oapM wlllu Tkjj pen!? npUUi, u4
a.rMl lo ulr. uUiUtlkm. Bapr CcUd. tatta tKi,.
Ulalai K pUU, ISt.aU. Far ul. hj all dn.tll.u. Dwu. ef
t.ISr,,1U " taKMIoM. Tha raaalaa maoafaclartl aalt bf
IOIIN O. WEST A CO, "1 ll W. UWtoo BU, Cltktl
Iw trial ialac aMl kj taaU fnfU ra wclfl ot a 1 caul Hasp,
IJolllHtor ; Co..
ffl flm Wholi'snlo and Hctnll Agents.
The White House,
No.;ilH Nuunnu Street,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel ; Term Heison.
able; Flrsi.ilais Act omtnoi'ntioos.
Store for Rent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT (ltsiratib Store now occupied
by 'be i.ADIE' llA'CAAH, P8 Fort
Urcct. and nil tlio KiMurr , G1m ( acc,
tc, for -ale. l-nr fnrtber particulars,
niptiri. mi 'I I'rpml"!"
STEAI CANDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and linker.
71 Hotel S'. &&T Telephone 74
Inter-IslauQ S. I. Co.,
Tlie X5oMt H-oxite
to the World IJenowncd
Volcano of Kifauea
'Ihe new ni'd .-ti.u icli
Steamer W. G. Halt
ve Ilnnoliilu at 10 oVlock a.m.
FRIDAY, October lOlh.
The ML'.imur ase nloni: the entile
;oa-,t of "he Ircui.r.l side of Ilnw II. af.
fouilug t uriblrt a panmamu if chaini
Ins HcuiiLr.1, and will stop at Kcnlnke.
kiia Bay, wheie siillleiciit lime i allow
I'd t'i vUit ihe Mouninuul of Captuiu
TouriMB by this loute reuch Punalim
it fi o'clock", on the duy after leading
Honolulu, being only one night on lite
vessel, making "the entire past-age In
imootb water. At Piinnluu there is tha
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom Ihcu tourN will bo conveyed
by railroad lo Pababi, thence ly stage
oaoli to lTalf.uiiy limine, whotc lioises
"id euideii will be in attcudancc to con.
vcy them lo the Vol aiio.
Toiiiists will Have 1mi nights nnd one
wlio'e day at the Volcano House.
life's for tho i on id trip, 50, which
includes all expense j.
Apjdy to IIAHItY ARM1TAGE,
Agent, ai Villluins' Photogiapli Oiilkry,
Fort fin e , or at the officii of Ihe 1. 1. B.
N. Cn., Eaploniidc. f :I70 0m
Having recuml the Servli eo
Geo. G. Stratemeyer
wo are prepared to execute all
onlu s in .
House or Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
H. HAOKFELD & Co.
Burnt Out, but Not Dead !
Ryan's Boat-Building Stop
Is now udjolnli g the rear of
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty OjiiU a llontb. '
28 1 DANIEL LOQAN, Proprietor, Ij