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SATURDAY, OCT. 1G. 1880.
Continued from puye 2.
be surrendered to the beavers nnd
other wild animals who liavu there
had their home. The houses erected
by the Company are the only ones
in the greater part of this traet.
The stauonmastersand their families
must have a dreary time of it. On
the other hand, the branch lines from
Carlton to Owen's Sound go the most
feitllo and prosperous districts of
Oiuario, and then there comes the
pr-3sa3e by one of their splendid
steamers through the long, land
locked Georgian Channel, and along
the northern shore of Lake Superior.
When we met at Tort Arthur the
difference was discernible in the
very appearance of the passengers.
Those who had done their 1000 miles
by the rail were languid as compared
to those who came in from tho
steamer, speaking enthusiastically
of the scenery they had witnessed,
and all fresh and eager for tho
Port Arthur was named Thunder
Bay until our young Prince Arthur
went up there some years ago, and
it was changed in honor of his visit.
It is near the old Fort-William of
the Hudson Bay Company, which
stands f.vo miles up the River Kam
inistiquia, which many of us tried
to pronounce. Between this and
Rat Portage 300 miles on is tho
region of the "muskegs" described.
The land impro.es as we go west;
there are patches that are fertile
enough, but not to be recommended
for settlement, as the winter is not
unfrequcntly from 50 deg. to 60
degs. below zero. Indeed, there is
not much to look at until wo reach
Winncpeg, the central city on the
line, and by far tho most wonderful
in its history. This is the old Fort
Garry of the Hudson Bay Companj'.
'Twenty years ago there was nothing
ibut the fort with its surrounding
basttons, and a few houses of the
jservants and hangers-on of the Com
pany. Now there are stieets and
squares, and colleges and churches,
and Magnificent edifices, and a
population of 00,000. "What has
caused this wonderful expansion?
Doubtless the immense tract of
fertile land l-ond it, to the very
base of the Rocky Mountains, a
stretch of 1000 miles, and also the
fact that it founed the terminus of
the Ameiiean l ail way system from
S. Paul by Minneapolis. But for
this latter mat on the big city of the
region would have been Selkirk,which
forms the natuial shipping port of
Lako Winnipey. "Winnipeg city is
twenty miles south, on the Red
River. The Company at first had
the line laid to Selkirk in view of
.this. But there came tho Riel re
ibelJion and the Northwest excite--,meot,
and the passing of sup
plies and of settlers over the
American railway and the ex
pansion of "Winnipeg had become so
great that the rails were taken up,
irelaid further south, and the Bridge
over the Red River located at Win
nipeg. As there are no less than
six raCMating lines from this, the
station accommodation is corsider
able. There r: o twenty-three miles
of sidings, and the buildings through
out are lighted by electricity. The
main street is very fine ; the hotels
are spacious and comfortable, the
charge being generally three dollars
a day. At Stony Mountain about
a dozen miles out there is to be
seen the lr-st herd of buffaloes in the
Canadian territory. These have
been preserved by Major Bedson
for breeding. There are altogether
fifty-seven, and as they were taken
in when calves, they have becomo
quite tame. The Major has been
crossing them with Durham cows',
and finds that the new strain gives
,to that breed a special hardihood
.and fitness for the climate and dis
trict. He proposes to make further
.bxneriments with the polled Angus
.and Jersey breeds. The aspect of
ithe country around is in delightful
contrast tto that through which we
'.have previously travelled. Level
.and fertile land, covered with rich
natural grasses, and .clear of trees
or scrub, stretches way beyond
what the eye .can reach in every
direction. In Ibis aro to he seen
everywhere the homesteads and huge
barns of the settlers. Some of those
wo had the opportunity of visiting,
but must reserve a description of
them for another paper.
(Correspondence of the Edinburgh
Scotsman, August -17th.
Setir Haleakala from Pepeekeo
Stmr Klnau from windward ports
Stmr Llke'lko from Kahulul
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal
Stmr Walalealo for Lahalua and llama
kua ut 8 m
Stmr Klnau for windward ports aud tho
Volcano m 4 p in
Stmr Llkellko for La'-alua, Kahului and
liana at 5 p in
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p in
-Schr lltile.ikahi for Pepeekeo
Stmr Walalealo for Lahalua and llama-
kua at a p m
From windward ports, per steamer
JClnpu, Ociobe.-10 F S Dodge, wife
and child, O N Ai uold, F II Ai'Siln, O Y
Alouu, N Mouwa, Miss Ida Bolhbono,
A G Burc'durdt, wlfo and child, J SI
Horner, Otto lleiuhnrdt, A V Ilaalillo,
Mrs W R Holt. E O Bond, Ahe, W A
Kul, E A Bmcbnrdt, Miss Alenul, W II
Cornwall, KW Putnam, wife nndcblld.
WY Homer, K Okotos, J Butler,
Pico, S Lmld and 102 deck.
Fiom Kahuliil, Ilium and Molokiit,
porfcteiinierLtl.ellkc,Oe obor 10 Father
Ansclmcr. Monnnls, Amvae, II Sheldon
and wife, Loo Fook, JI E Sltvn, W F
Allen. Mr LonWon, P McLean, J Ha
niiiuku and w Ife, Ah Mcc, W Weight, D
Bowt'ho, .1 Urant, Bio Bertram, II V
Baldwin, M1m Slwttuck, J Toibcit, A II
SniUli,BDAValbrld3e,J 11 Bums, Mr
aud Mrs Mover and 10'2 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Klnnu 1,000 bags sugar. 7C hides
40 bugs ginger root, 83 bags com,
103 bugs spuds aud 410 pkgs sun
Stmr Llkellke 710 bags sugar.
Four native divers were employed this
illuming In ?eiaplu the bottom of the
The steamer U 11 BUhop 1 docked
near the llsli-inntkui to lucclvu new
boiler mado by tho Honolulu It on Works.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Thomas K Foster, Huge
Bk Elsiuorc, Jcnks
Bktne Eureka, Winding
Ger bark Pacific, Oltman
American bak Sarnnae, from New
York, sailed Ju'y lr.lb, doe here Nov. 18
30, to Castle ft Cooke.
Brit baikVH Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed Ji'oe 9th, due here Oetobei
20th-Nov 3 St. vo Schiiefcr & Co.
Hrlt bark Iioncrajr, sailed from Liver
pool, June 5th, due nerc October 23rd
Xov 1st, to Davlos & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Olcngaber, Bollcston, from
Liverpool, due here, Jan 15-31, to
Davles & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Dee lGth, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Calbarlen, Perkins, from
San Francisco, due at Mahukono, Sept
30th. at Honolulu lu Oct, to Castle &
Am bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lerc Jan 15-30,
to Sehaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady L'umpson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due hero in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, Penhallow, from Port
Townsend, due hero Oct 15th, to Lowers
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Tun usual tompeinnco meeting,
this evening, in Fowlei-,s yaid.
A copy of the Bum.bi'jN of Satur
day, August 21rt, is wanted. Any
one who cin si'Didy tuul copy, will
received double piice, or mom, for it
at this ollice.
Mi:. Dare, ex-Attoi ncy-General. has
resumed be practice of h'u piofesb'cn
as solicitor and bar ister, and caa be
found in h!s office, Spreckels' block,
A suPKrr.LY g.'and painting of
Wi'-luku fal's, by T.woinici', is on
view at WiUUm s' photo-laphic pur-
Tlio ;aiiH;ng belongs to Mr.
A devoid mother has had a
solend'd cako lvade at the Elite
saloon, to be sent to her boy at San
Mateo College, for a Iiol'duy feast,
and as a token of remembrance.
At last night's meeting of the Ha
waiian Itowio aud Yar b ling Asso
ciation, tho foHow'og officers for tho
comuigyea; wcjo olec ed: PiesUlent,
His Majesty tho King; Vice-Presidents,
Governor Iaukea and Mr. C.
B. Wilbon; Secretaiy, Mr. W. M.
TiJEKE W)'ll be
panese in tho Y
a meeting for Ja
M. C. A Hall, to-
mouow at 11 o'clock. The Japanese
women co carnally desimd to at
teul, that they may hear an addicts,
fiom Miss Gul'ck, who lias resided
twelve ye.'iS in Ja.nin, and will speak
to tlieia in Japanese.
A PRETTY PRODUCTION.
Tho Hawaiian coat of arms on
the poilfolio in which the King's
speacli was held during its reading,
this morning, is the handiwork of
Mis. Nicolls. It is an ndmi'able
ptoduc.'on of aru, wotked in single
thiead of iillos'clle silk, of about a
dozen shades, of color. A richer or
more tasteful combination "of beaii
ful colors could scarcely be con
ceived. RECENT ACQUISITIONS OF THE LI
BRARY AND READINC ROOM
Amont the books lecenllv added
to the L'bravy aie Hie following:
Ge.ta ChiiSv8; a Hlblovy of Hu
mane p tog ess uiide" Chiisiianity
by (Jlias. Tj. lliace; Studies in
English L';,u.me'jyWm. Swluton;
Puio Eil'bjf y llnckcvt and Gir
wini (Joiii),iy Living and Couuliy
Think'ng by Gatl Ilani'lionj Ua.s;
the' poi.Us, &c, by W. G. Stable:
Modem SiCim Practice and Engi
uee'iog by Wiuler and Millar (i
volb); Testimony of the Ages by
II, W. M.ni is j Pathways of the
Holy Land by J. D. McUabe ; alto
a variety of fiction.
EXHIBIT ION OFIuUARDS.
Mr. J. F. B. McClccry, chiuppion
billiaid player, exhibited his sulll at
b'll'i'it's to a company of specl.vlois,
lest evoing, at he Hpwn'ipi liotcl.
The Jiuge dining hall vi.s eleaed of
its usual fuin'tute and Px'nigs, for
the occrs'.ou, and a.billkvd table
placed in tho ccn.ic. Suulclent
space was left atound tho tu'.ile for
the movements of the bill'ardist,
and the rest of the hall taken up by
chalia for the spectatois. The ar
jangemer.ts wcie veiy convenient,
both for player and lookers-on. Tho
seats wee pretty well all occupied
by a deeply inteiested company, in
whloh there were several ladles.
Quiet, order, and decorum prevailed
throughout. Tho playing was
wftlchcd with intense intci est from
bcgt.ining to end, and at times with
a cliuich-liku stillness. Applause
was f'CjUcut and spontaneous but
in each instance quickly subsided in
ch'so attention to succeeding opera
tions. The table used on the occasion is
the Brunswick-Balkc-C'oliender with
Monarch cushions, and is nn elabo
rate' piece of woikmanship. It Is
made of ebony, white holly, mahog
any, and other costly woods, linnd
somely inlaid and artistically shaped.
This table look the gold and silver
medals at the Mechanics' Exposition
of San Francisco in 1885. Since its
arrival hem it has been sold to Ills
Majesty the. King, tluough Mr. II.
F. Hiller, and will shortly be trans
ferred to the Palace.
A few minutes after 8 o'clock Mr.
McCleery announced that he would
play a game will) Mr. Maurice Kco
hnkalolc, of 100 points up, 3 ball
catom game, Maurice to scorn as he
goes along, whilst McCleciy requir
ed to make a run of 100 points or no
scote. Maurice had tho Irad. His
play was of a simple chaiacler, aud
not chataclerized by anything showy
or dashing. McClccry followed and
it was at once evident that he was a
master of the cue. He played with
case and giace throughout, until his
final effort of making 100 points in
one iuii, wns accomplished in a mas
terly aud scienlillc manner. Tho
native mado one run of 20 points
for which he was descivedly ap
plauded. The expett followed with
30, and immediately afteiward with
40. Mauiice gradually approached
the end, and when it was announced
99 vs nothing with nn appaicntly
easy shot left, there appeared to be
nothing lcit but for Maurice to win.
By one of those unaccountable freaks
of the ba'ls he failed to score which
once more let in McCleery. It was
his only chance, lie slatted with a
deiei mined look about him nnd ap
parent determination to win. lie
got the balls to the tails aud very
clevetly kept them them, and scored
away as fast as tho scoier could re
coid. The applause was frequent
and the excitement intense, more
especial y when he would emerge
from an appamotly inextricable
lab'.inth in the easiest manner ima
ginable. The game was called 90
vs 91 and the balls on the rails. It
was soon 99 all, when the winning
slioko wns mado by McCleery at the
brek end of the table. To accom
plish the 100 points he had travel
led down the le'mand cushion,
actors the top cushion, and up the
right'iiand cushion, when a sup
pi esoed fecliug of admiration was
vented hy '"be entuusiostic audience.
Mr. Mauiice was congratulated on
his f.'voiablo display of billiards.
Mr. McCleeiy shook him by the
hand and thanked him heartily for
assisling him in his exhibition.
Mauiice mode some pretty shots,
buu he ' cks knowledge, like his
counaymen who played on the pre
vious evening. Mct-'eeiy play was,
in the eye of an amateur, faultless.
The interval of five or ten miniucs
was availed of by a general run
down staits when a chef of another
type attended to the public wants.
On returning to the Salon de'
Bilih'.ite. Mr. McCleery announced
tb.pt ho would give a few exhibition
shots. He explained first the mean
ing of the S incli or 14 inch balk
line carom game, giving practical
iilusttauons of how tho game is
played. He next gave a seiies of
biilliant shots, which it would ap
pear to the uninitiated were next to
impossible. But they c;.me off suc
cessfully, and Mr. McCleery closed
his inteiesting cnicvL.inment to an
Appreciative audience. Todesciibe
the var'ous shots, and to tell the
public how they aie accomplished is
raoie than oar leporter dare attempt.
He, in common with ail who we e
there last evening, desires to see
another game. The run of 100
points is very pretty, but "with an
opponent like Saylor. it is question
able whether a simi'ar game would
bo played. Surely the public of
Honolulu and the enlerpiising les
sees of Uie Hotel, could make it
sufficiently interesting to bring
about a match, before these gentle
men mum to the ('oast.
INFLUENCE OF POSSESSING A HOME.
The point is made by the Aye of
Steel that the men who own homes
aro never in favor of anarchy. This
is a significant fact, and statesmen
and i tilers the wot Id over should do
evciytbing in their power to make it
easy for poor men to acquire homes
of their own. Iu Switzerland, where
4G5.000 out of the 4S3,000 heads of
faiuil'cs aio householdeis, the people
ate coiisevvatlvo and opposed to
rad'eal eitreires. In this country
Philadelphia is a case in point. In
no city in the world do so many
woiking pcoplo own homes. Tho
consequenco is that tho city never
dreads such upheavals as lliey huvo
in Chicago, because tlm woikingmen,
having property at stake, are always
on the side of Jaw and order.
O L.UBO HAWAIIAN O.
ALL persons who want to communi
cate with tho Poitugueso, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will find it
tho most profitable wny to advertlce In
the Luso Hawaiiano, the new organ of
tho Portucueso colony, which is pub.
Baked ou Merchant strtet, Gatttte Build,
inp, (Post-Olllco Letter Box B.), and
only charges reasonable rates for advertisements.
Roman Catmomo Catheokal.
High mass at 10 .v. a. Vesper- at f :30
ICitiMAKAriM Ciiuitcn. Hew
WnliuiKUl, pastor. Huiulay M-hool
0:30 a. M. Prcachlug at 10:30 a.
Kawaiahao Cnuncit. Kov. II. II.
Paiker, pastor. Siuidny school at 10
a. m. Pleaching at .11 a. M. and
Y'oung people'-! meeting tit 7:30 v. t.
Y. M. C. A. Yoling Men's Ulble
Clas In till! parlor lit U:45 a. ji con
ducted by the Gontnal Secretary. Gospel
pralo gci.vU-e ut 0:30 I'. M. Come mid
brluga f i lend.
CiliNESt: t iiuuci!. Fort stiect, near
miner lteietanta. Mr. To Tong Ue,
evangelist. C hlncm Sunday .School,
H'::tU a. M. Clilni1. so and Kugltah Sun
day School, i!:U0 i m. Pleaching 11
A. m. and ":'M v. f. Bible ehifs hi
Chinese Y. M. O. A. Hall, 0 :30 i. m.
Bktiiei, Union Congkkoation.
ltev. K. C. Ofigel, pastor. Sei vices at
the Lyceum, !Nuutinu avenue, at 11 A.
M. and 7:!!0 r. M. Subject at (lie inorn
itigmrvleo'Huiiiiiii I.lfo;"nttlio even
ing eivlcc, Cliilsliimlty and Its con
testants." Sunday school nl 0:45 a.m.
All aie Invited to thoc services.
Fout-stiiuut Ciiuitcn. ltev. J. A.
Cru.aii, pnstor. Meeting for lllblo
study at i):45 A. M. Sei vices at 11 a. m.
audi:a0l. m. In the evening Pastor
Cruzan will preach the third ot a miles
of hilcf er.uous on the ireat, primal
truths of tilt- Christian religion, diking
for his theme " The Book 1 uike for my
Guide." The object of this seiies of
sc.moiis will lie to show the leaEonable
nesa and desirableness of Christian re
ligion. Thuiowill be a choice musical
service. Seals free.
St. Anduuw's Catiiediial. First
Congregation. Holy Communion, at
G:30a. m.; Morning prayer, with ser
mon, nt 0:30 a. m. Sunday school at
10:45 a. m. Hawaiian evensong at 3:30;
English evensong by the Bishop of
Honolulu at 0 I', m. All seats are free.
Second Congregation. Itev. George
Wallace, A. SI., pastor elect. Morn
IiiPiaycr with sermon, 11:10 A. M.;
evening prayer, with seimon, 7:I!0 i. M.
Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. In the
Punahou Pieparatory School building.
Scats fiee at all services.
ENUINE HAVANA CIGARS
at reasonable uncus ut iNulle's
Beaver Sttlonu. BU 2w
ICE CREAM of the I'urestnnd lllch
il quality fioni one quart to any
quantity iipw.uds aro dilivund packed
in ice, from It o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
r M., frco of chin ui to any purl in Hono
lulu anil mb'iibs by the Pioneer Steam
Cundy Factory and" liAkciy.
5.00 ONLY is the prleo charged
lor Two G.ill 'lis of miv fhvored
rich mid. always fresh iiuilc Steam Ice
Cream, guar.iijiocil lobe ab-,olulelv pure
or no pay at the Pioneer S'.cam Cindy
Factory, Bakuiy and Ice (Jrcimi Rooms.
Piaclical Coiiteciioner und Orna
menter, Hotel St., Bet Fort & Nuuanu
Hi. liauuiuui und Dell Telephones,
No. 74. 40 tf
XXX nnd Iii Primaverii Manillas nt
PiCTUnK Frames and ComiceB
mado to order, old Frames repaired,
rcgildcd, etc. King Broh'. Art Store.
Dit. Flint's Hi:aiit Hkmedy 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
Patkonizk Home Industry by buy
ing, cigars of J. W. II iugloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest posmblc whole
sale prices. Inland orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell thepo cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
Sir. Geo. B. Peacock, manager
of Goo Kim's store, corner of Fort
and Hotel streets, lias artistically
decorated the store windows. One
window contains a line display of
Chinese liandpaintcd and carved
ivory fans ; fancy and embroidered
slk handkerchiefs of line texture,
poiiees and other Chinese goods so
arranged that the blending of the
various colors has a pleasing effect.
The conier window exhibits an end
less vaiiety of ladies diejs goods,
pretty hats and gorgeous libhons,
so prettily placed that the skill of
the artist is obvious. The third
window brings to view an assort
ment of gent's furnishing goods.
The store as a whole, through the
inge.iuity of Sir. Peacock, possesses
a scrupulously nice aud very attrac
The Alayiloncr is the yacht that
lilooms in September. Pittsburg
r HONOLULU lUON WOKK8,
SaUigjjHStuitm engines, sugar mill, boil,
era, coolers; iron, Innts ami Icml cast
ings; mucliiiiery of uvory ilisbcrlntinn
raatlr to outer. Particular attention paid
to ship's blank smithing. Job work exe
cuted ut bliort nntlre. 1
Ofllcc, corner Ahikca and Queen streets,
MCTOaI. TIXKl'IIONK, 3S5.
314 V, Q. Box 117. 0m
The Inter- Jsliuul Steam
Navigation Co., limited,
Keep cnnMnntly on lnn'l for faule
Steam Family and Blaok truth Coal
und a gdicrnl iisvortmeut of
415 Bar Iron. Dy
ii TTSfiffcl f
11 iwi 1 1
We are Fighting Oppositionl
Selling at Cost!
Great Slaughter in Laces !
S. COHN & CO.,
g:$ anil i Porfc Street.
No connection with any corner, we aro juBt below.
flgir Lookout when the TEMPLE o FASHION will
have one day in this month, where we will give Goods
away. NO PAY
HERE WE COME
IineNt OiiHtonx Made
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS!
Eve I brought to tliutc Itluiuls mid ivliiih v will ell nt the following
1C0 Dozen Boys' Wool Suits, porsnlr..
MeiiN Fine liiisinesrj Sult, per suit
" ' Alt Wool " Ktravnltie,perMiit
' Ex Fine Hlnck Dresi " " "
" orklng I'hiiIs, per pair
Alto :m Kx r.a Fine Line of Men's and 13nV
The CJivpcst; niid
100 J) jy.cn Unlnundried Shtil.s. per piece
100 " Mens Fine Underhhlrts, per piece
100 ' " " White DreB Shirts per pircs...
100 " " All Wool Working ShirlF," "
00 " " Straw Huts, per piece...
75 ' Boys' " " " "
We are confident that tliu'c prices will
We only mlvertiHe whnt tve
Any uimatiinciory article niny ie rctnriicd and tno money
be dieeri'iilly rvl'iiiMled.
Remember the Blue Front,
Corner of 'Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST 11KOE1VF.D, TUB FINEST LINES OK
Gastom-marJe Clothing;, Gents' FiroisMDC Goods,
II ATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles und Novelties in Neckware.
by repented mid special rrqiicsi, a Hindi invoice of the tlnent hund.made,
Olitiiiimhlc in the
(Kornieily with Sunmel Nott
Tin jxn'l til nnd lioalet in
STOVES, CHANDEMERS, LAMPS,
OHOOKKIIY, GLASSWAUK, 110USB FUKNISIIINU HAIIDWAUE,
ACATE IKON AND TINWAHK.
Agent HaiFs ?1 fe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
tST Stoie formerly ow iiplwl by 8. NOTT, opposite Sprcckeli 4 Co.'s Uank.-t
79 & 81 Kin Street,
JEiitrniKiew Irum IClny: tmrt Mui'oliuut Ht.
Kvery deteriptiou of wuil; in the n limn lines performed in a flrst-clspi manner,
Also, Horse Shoeing: a Specialty.
E2T Uell Teltphoiie, 107. -a
TO THE FRONT !
Uewl. iu tlio Mnrkel.
5 50 upwards
hutibfy the most exacting.
Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
Old Rose Premises,
t3T Bell Telephone, 107.
Health'is Wealth !
Dr. E. C. Wrn'B NtnvB akd T)nti Thcat
ht, ntranniMoad specific for llrnterin, Dlzzi
tiPM. UnmUtloiu. Flu, Norrous NcarnlRin,
llcwlnctir. Nerroua Prostration. touaihI by tho uw
it alcohol or tobacco, Waketataeu, Montnl ).
Ireilon. Softening of thoHraln.ttxraltinein in.
sanity and jnutuut to mitery, decay and dtiiti ;
rrcmaloro Old Akb, IlarrenncM, Ivom of Vuwcf
in oitber er. Inrulnntary IxMtcs nnd Hpcnnntoi .
rliaa, caoiod by oTer-ticrtion of Uio brain, polf
abuiM, or pTcr-lndolgouco. Each box contain
ono month'i treatment. $1.00 a box, or lix bozci
for Ji.00, eontby mall prepaid on receipt of price.
1VK OUAItAXTKE BIX BOXES
To enro any caso. With each order recftTcd by nn
for Bix boxoa, nccompanied with tSXW. wo will
Bond the pnrchaaer oar written fruamnteeto re
fund themontyif the treatment does nut effect
a euro. U onrau toe itued only by
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riolllHlcr Xr Co..
ito fim Wlinlt'ic nnd 1tcti.il Agetil!'.
The White House,
ISo.;ilH TJiittnn Street,
II mnltibi, II. I.
Prlvnti- Knmily Hotel; Tcrin IIchmid.
able; First.c 1ii-r Accoinmonatioii.
Stori) for Rent, unil Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT d.Hirnt'le Stoe 'v orrnplrd
by i he I.A DIBS' HAZAAIt, fS Foil
street, iind till the FiMim-, Gl n" ( a'cs,
&c, for 'all-, l-'nr furlher partictilnr.s
enqtitre on 'lf F'cnil'e". f 110
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pnitry Cook nnd linker.
71 Hotel St. tgtgr Telephone 7-1
lbning (ccuied the Seivlio f
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we .ru piepurid in eeciiio nil
tudc s in
DEtoiissse or S5i-ix
IKJKOLULU FLAXING JULIA
MuT-IslaM S. I. Co.,
Tlie Best 3RonT
to tin; World Kenowned
Volcano of Kilauea
'Ihe new n d -U u-icli
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leuve onolulu nt 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, October 20 h.
'The Heniner ns-e. ulonur the c-nttr
coast of I he leev.i r I side of Iluw il, :if.
fording tuuri.-U 'a itiioiumii of chnnn.
inj; kci'iicrx, und will stop nl Keiliikr.
kirn Hay, wheio Miflicient time Is nllow
ed t-i vblt i lie Mdiuinienl of Captain
TonrhiH by thig'ioutc reach Punnlnu
at fi o'clock on ihe dny after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, milking the entire pin-sage In
imooth water. At Punnlnu there is th
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom there lourl'tH will be conveyed
liy rnilroud id I'nlmhi, ihence ly stage
loach to H.ilf..:iy Hoicc, vheie horses
and jiiiiilcr- wi'l lie in uttendiiuce to con
vey them to the Vnb no.
TonriHlR will htiMi tun nights and en
whole day nt liu Volcano House.
Tickets io: the lound trip, ? 53, whioh
includes all ezpenie ).
Apply to IIAKKY ARM1TAQE,
Agent, at S illhi)ii' l'liotngmpli Qrtlhry,
Fort nine .or m ilicnlllei-ol iht I I S.
N. Ph.. En'-lnimili- T.0 fiin
H. IIAOKFELD & Co.
Burnt Out, lmt Not Dead !
Ryan's Boal-Bnllding SMon
Is now adjoining the real of
A Live Morning Paper
Thn flnilu UovalflM
Fifty Cents a Month,
28 1 DANIEL LOGAN, Proprietor, lly