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MONDAY. OCT. 18. 1880.
Stmr Kllauoa Hon from windward ports
SUnr Wuliimimlo from Wnluiatialo
Sinn4 lwalanl from lCutinl
Stmr .Ins Mukeo fiom Knita'
Sehr Wnlelitt fiom Kauul
Schr Mmiuok'iwnl fiom Kuoluu
Bktno Geo 0 lei kins, 17 days from San
Sclir Knwallanl from Koolau
Stmr Klnau for wind waul ports and tho
Volcano at 4 p in
Stini' I.ikellko for halinlna, Kahnlnl and
liana at ft pm
Stmr Mokoltl lor Molokal at !i p in
Schr Halcakiila for l'epeckco
Schr Nettle Men ill for Lalialna and Kan
Stmr Wnkilenlc for Lalinlmi and llaimi-
kua at a p m
Schr W S llownc for San Fiauulseo
BkKlslnoie for BO
VESSELS LEAVINH TO-MORROW.
Sehr Kawallant for Koolan
Stmr Kllanea lion for windward
ifrom Kanal, per tmr James Makec,
Oc'tl7 V It Lawrence, wife and child,
F Plcdell, I Mnllcr, 1? Harrison and 35
From Haniakna, Hawaii, per stmr
Kllanea Hon, Oct 115 W Ton 111, A Lylo
and 10 deck.
From Kanal, per stmr Iwalanl, Oct
17 Her Mnjcsty the Queen, Mrs J T
Baker, Mrs E li Kanal, Mrs 1 V Kanoa,
Miss B Hardy, Col Z S Spalding, dipt
J Roberts, It A Macfle, Jr, Hon AV C
Parke, Mrs S W Wilcox, C W Chink, A
Uahn, 0 Apal, G N Wilcox, M Ricliter
and wife, and 5 deck.
For Hamakna, per stmr Waialeale,
Oct 10 Andrew Moore and about 42
For San Francisco, per schr W S
Bowne, Oct 18 .1 K Wiseman, F Hal
stead, F Ilelbing, T Smith, Mr Becker
indwifc, H Huylcy, U Fuchs.
From San Francisco, per bktue Geo C
Perkins, Oct 180 Meyer, C II Congdci
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Waimannlo 500 sugar.
Waielm DO rice.
Stmr Kilanea Hon 10 cattle.
Stmr Iwalani 1,122 sugar, 21 pin, 42
rice, 24 cattle, and 2 liorscs.
Stmr .Tas Makee 1,014 paddy, 70 hides
and 1)0 lice.
Stmr Mokolii 125 sugar, 25 molasses,
10 horses, 4,000 aknle iish, 2S wool,
100 sheep, and 3C turkeys.
The American schr Emma Clandtna,
Capt Matron, sailed from Hilo, Hawaii,
.Friday, Oct 15, with 144 tons sugar and
mine saloon passengers for San Fran
The bk Elsinore sails tins 4 p m for
Jtoyal Itoades for orders.
The schr W S Bownc sailed thisafter
aioon for San Francisco with 7.804 bags
of sngar valued at $34,903 29.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Thomas It Foster, Itngg
JJktne Eureka, Winding
5er bark Pacinc, Oltinan
JBktne G C Pei kiiis, Ackermau
American bark Saranac, from New
York, sailed July 13th, due here Nov. 18
30, to Castle & Cooke.
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed .Juno 0th, due here Octobei
20th-Nov 'st, lo Schaefer & Co.
Brit bark Iioncrag, sailed from Liver
pool, June 5th, due hero October 23rd
Nov 1st. to Davies & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, FM Benson,
bailed from Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glcngaber, Rollestou, from
Liverpool, due here, Jan 15-31, to
Davies & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Deo 15th, to
vCastlo & Cooke.
Am bark Calbarien, Perkins, from
San Francisco, due at Mahukono, Sept
.30th. at Honolulu in Oct, to Castle &
Am bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas-
&OW, sailed Aug 28, due lero Jan 15-30,
to Schaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Coloules, due hero in Feb, to
Brewer & Co. .
Am bark Hope, Penhallow, from Port
Townsend, due hero Oct 15th, to Lowers
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Dn. Robt. McKibben's valuable
horse died of colic this morning.
. . -. i
Mn. E. 1). Thomas received 53,000
bricks by the Geo..C. Perkins, this
The Planters' Labor and Supply
Company met to-day. A full report
will appear later on.
Mn. W. 11. Pago is Buffering from
a hole niado in his right hand with a
piece of iron, tho other day.
Tin: principal's houso of tho Ka
mchamoha school, Kalihi, iH being
erected, and roads to it are being
A well known Colonol picked up
u 10 cont piece on Queen street, this
morning, and will gladly return it to
Jho loser, if ho can identify tho coin.
Tin: Bandmaster, Piofessorliergor,
leaves for Mnna, .Hawaii, to-day,
there to inflate his lungs with cool
ntmosphoiu, during his shoit vaca
tion. -m .
Tin: re-boring of Hon, Chas, R.
Bishop's well, on Emma street, has
been successful so far. Tho water
has slightly increased, and u bed of
clay has been readied.
It is learned officially that Mrs.
Ululani Uukor, wife of Major J. T.
Bakor, will bo appointed Governess
of Hawaii, on tho lCbignation of
Mil. Iluro, lately employed at Yates
& Makonzio'8 baa received a reporto-
rial position (mi tho Gazette, which
paper, it is Miid by a person who
might to know, will shortly appear
ns a daily.
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Tin: 'mikontino Gco.( C. Perkins,
which arrived this morning, brought
220 hogs consigned to McClicsnoy &
Son. When she left San Frnncipco,
17 days ngo, she had 250 hogs, but
30 of them died.
Tun collection at Kaumnknpili
church voftcrday, in nid of the build
ing fund, amounted to $811.50. The
King wa- pietent, and delivered n
n ehort nd-hess. Mr. Aholo, Minister
of Interior, and Mr. Kaunainano, also
Tin: Pacific Hose Company No. 1,
under tho su)urvision of the new
foreman, Mr. M. 1). Monsairat, turn
ed out for drill Saturday niglit. Tho
rain nuitlo tno streets iiuituiy, nut
tiiat did not dampen tho ardor 6f the
Tin: .hipnnesc services yosiciday at
the Y. M. O. A. ball were well at
tended, about 40 Japnupp being pres
ent. The .lapanej-o Commissioner,
and Japanese intuipu'tor weio pies
ent. Tho services weio conducted
by Mr. Auki, and nn address was
delivered by Miss Gulick.
It is said that certain members of
the Myrtle senior crew, having no
confidence in themselves, engage the
services of Dan Lane, Geo. Cavanngli,
Chas. Spinoy, and Peterson of tho
Knpiolanj club, who with Mr. Wun
donburg "nnd Lyle, will make the
Myrtle senior crew in tho next re
gatta. Betveik 12 o'clock Saturday night
and daylight Sunday morning it
mined very heavily in the district of
Honolulu. Considerable damage was
done to the almost ripe rice crop.
The weight of tho down-pour flat
tened lliu standing rice in plots, much
of which will be ruined thereby.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
The following named persons are
registered at the Royal Hawaiian
Hotel : Major W. II. Cornwall, Maui ;
C. N. Arnold, Hilo, Hawaii ; Mr. and
Mrs. K. W. Putnam, Maui: Colonel
Z. S. Spalding, Kealia, Kauai; Mr. It.
A. Maclie, Jr., Kilauea, Kauai; Mr.
and Mrs. Ricliter, Kohala, Hawaii;
Mr. and Mis. A. G. Burchardt, lln
makua, Hawaii; Mr. A. B. Saylor,
Style extraordinary was exhibited
ou Fort and Hotel streets, Saturday
evening. Some ladies had their
Japanese woman lay boards across
from Tregloan's corner to Goo
Kim's, then take them up and
place them to Fishel's corner, so
that the dainty feet of the ladies
should not be soiled by the zude
The transfer of the stationery and.
news agency business of Messrs. J.
M. Oat & Co. to Mr. J. II. Soper,
which is now an accomplished fact,
does not affect the active manage
ment. As duringa long period past,
Mr. A. M. Hewitt will continue to
manage tlie business. This is
highly satisfactory to the numerous
patrons of the establishment. Mr.
Hewitt is attentive to business, affa
ble and accommodating to customers,
and is therefore popular. His re
tention in his old position is hailed
with pleasure by many, including
the Daily Bulletin.
THE COLLECTOR HAS COME.
Mr. John Magoon has, pursuant
to previous notification, opened
a collector's office, with his son, Mr.
J. A. Magoon, in Merchant street.
Ho is now prepared to do collecting,
and a variety of other things, speci
fied in bis card, Mr. Magoon has re
sided in Honolulu for a number of
years and is therefore pretty well
known, and favorably known, too.
His established reputation is that of
a steady, industrious, honest, and
upright man just exactly the re
putation that should, secure for him
ready and liberal patronage in the
lines of business which he has now
A FURIOUS RIDE.
Last Friday, while Mr. Henry
Macfarlane was at Koolau, he saw a
man on horse back ride clown a
rugged and' slippery hill at a furious
rate, to Kaneohe bridge. On reach
ing the bridge tho horse fell, break
ing two legs. The rider was thrown
and badly hurt. When Mr. Mac
farlane arrived at tho scene of the
accident, he made preparation to
relievo tho injured native, and to
dispose of the mutilated horse. He
was about to shoot the suffering
animal to end his misery, when tho
native declared that lie would make
Mr. Maofarlane pay for tho horse, if
he shot him. Tho nativo was taken
to Kaneohe, while tho horso was al
lowed to remain on tho bridge.
Lnter on, somo persons killed the
horse and buried him.
A HORSE KILLED.
Last Friday afternoon, while Mrs.
W. L. Green was being driven up
tho vnlloy in her carriage, and was
turning into Mr. Mackintosh's, an
express caniago driven by a frantic
Chinaman, ran into Mrs. Green's
horse. One of tho shafts of the
Chincso express struck Mrs. Green's
horso on the side, and penetrated
about a foot. Tl-o suffering horso
managed to walk home, but died 2 i
hours after. An eye witness says
tho Chincso express driver had
plenty of room to pass, but he
drove with looso reins and appeared
to bo dazed. Mr. Green had had
the horse for moro than nix years,
and looked upon it as a family pet.
It was a California animal nnd was
valued at several hundred dollars.
Tho Chinese driver, fearing that ac
tion would bo brought against him,
decamped to one of the other Islands
.ILnlrf.! ! .fcLtyii
A henrty and loyal welcome was
gien to licr Majesty Queen Kapio
ltini, when she landed at Ktivviliwili ;
but Her Majesty only remained a
few hours, and then went on board
tho steamer again for Waiinca. A
very laigo number of natives from
NiiwiliwTli and Koloa went overland
to meet her there, and will return
with her, as an escort, as she will
como overland from Waiinca. She
is expected to-day (Friday) nnd
great preparation are being made
at the residence of the ox-Governor
of Kauai, for n grand lunti in honor
of Her Mnjcsty. There is some little
diillculty about it, however, for pigs
aic very scarce here, nnd what is a
luau without a pig? But no doubt,
it will be overcome, for natives aro
out in all directions to secure what
ever they can in the shape of pigs
and poultry and oilier good things.
A disease of the eyes is very
prevalent among the Portuguese,
which, it is asserted, is contagcous,
and affects the sight perhaps only
temporarily, but some cases arc of
quite long standing.
The ruffian who assaulted the little
girl has been sentenced to 18 months
imprisonment. The case was tried
before Mr. Kala, a new judge, who
understands English very well, and
it was the first one on which he had
to decide. The child was taken to
the prison, and among a largo num
ber of prisoners, identified the man
as the one who assaulted her. The
prisoner was one of the two men
who ran away from Koloa plantation,
some eight or ten days ago, and for
which he was sentenced to one year's
imprisonment. He, with a lot of
other prisoners, was woiking in a
cane field, and although the luna
had strict orders to watch him, he
escaped, and with much assurance
remained in a cane field right on tho
Government road. Although a laige
number of men were searching for
him, it was Sunday evening before
he was discovered. He will proba
bly be sent to Honolulu.
Kauai, Oct. 15th.
AN OLD STOKY OF TEI'RIULI MAS3ACKI"
AND CAUKAGI UETOLD.
"I shudder yet when I think
about it," were the words which
prefaced the remarkable story rela
ted to a Uwnmercial-Gazette repor
ter yesterday by Mr. William Bent
ley of 910 Duquesne way. This
gentleman is one of the few surviv
ing European officers who witnessed
the bloodcurdling terrors of the Se
poy mutiny in India in 18b7 and
1858. "I was a lieutenant attached
to the corps of engineers in the Ben
gal Army," he continued. "Wc
were stationed at Mecrut. It was
the 10 of May, 1857, that the up
rising of the Sepoysoccurred there.
That was Sunday evening. I sad
dled my horse to go and see a friend
who was an officer of one of the na
tive regiments of the infantry. The
Sepoys in this regiment belonged to
the disaffected troops, but were not
suspected. Of course I had no sus
picion. I had just arrived at my
friend's buugalo when the natives
bioke open the bells of arms and
began the slaughter of officers, who
had just arrived from their quarters.
"Each was killed on sight. One
whom I spoke with a few moments
before was Colonel Finnis, the bro
ther of the then Lord Mayor of
London. My friend told me to look
shaip and save my life. I at once
gallopped off. The natives, how
cyer, saw mc and gave chase, but I
escaped with only a bullet in my
leg. I took refuge witli the officers
of the Sixth Carbineer Regiment,
and when they turned out on parade
shortly afterward I was requested to
stay in their lines. I stayed there
all night. The massacre of the
officers and their ladies continued
throughout tho night, and the scenes
among tho killed and wounded were
frightful beyond description. For
instance, on the stage of the theater
at Meerut I counted thirty-six
corpses. The following morning I
returned to my regular quarters.
All the dead were brought on artil
lery wagons. At this time the Ben
gal army consisted of 22,098 Euro
peans and 118, GG3 natives.
'Those were nothing in compa
rison with the scenes at Cawnpoor
awful scenes, which at tins long dis
tance of time I am quite unablo to
wholly banish from my mind when
it reverts to that country and time.
It was here that, by orders of Naua
Sahib, Brigadier-General Wheeler
and his bravo boldicrs were slaugh
tered in trenches and fired upon by
masked batteries. The Nana put to
death all the women found in tho
town after cutting their feet off and
subjecting them to other outrages.
"Miss Wheeler, the lovely daugh
ter of the General, rather than sub
mit to the gross violence, leaped
into a deep well. The Nana at once
seized upon this horrible idea and us
tho European ladies were massacred
their bodies were Hung into this well.
At the end of this famous 'Well of
Cawnpoor,' I stood within a week
after it was filled with its human
contents. Tho stenco arising fiom
it was something that is sickening
even to think of now. Over that
Bite now rises one of tho most mag
nificent pieces of architecture to bo
seen in all India. It is a fine octa
gon marblo building.nround the well
without a roof, and inclosing an ela
borate tomb. It is near the theater
and close to tho bank of tho finest
canal In tho world, tho Ganges. Me
morial gardons have also been laid
out around tho scene of tho massa
cre and a beautiful church erected.
p nf 1-
"Children's brains were dashed
out against tho walls of buildings.
When I reached Cawnpoor the well
was guarded and railed in. On the
walls of buildings we saw signs of
fearful slaughter. Thcio were tat
ters of clothing, clumps of hair
clotted thick with blood, while the
'slaughter-house' was smeared with
blood' and flesh. Tidily pairs of
feet were found in one place. The
two days of niassncie, out of 900
Europeans, at least two-thirds were
bulcheied, and in September 200
moio weio massacred.
"In the fearful retribution which
followcd'I saw the mutineois strapped
to the mouth of cannon and blown
to pieces ; others were hanged any
where; scores of them weio behead
ed, and others shot down with vol
leys of musketry.
"I have seen the Nana, too. Be
fore the mutiny he was one of the
best men at our mess ; after the re
bellion he escaped and wc had sev
eral chases after him. It was
thought that he was hidden in the
Nepaul hills, and I have good rea
son to believo that he died in the
"At tho siege and capture of Del
hi I was present and formed one of
the party to blow open the Cash
mere gate, when Lieutenant Howe,
Sergeant Carmichacl nnd two others
were killed. I assisted to carry out
of the ditch, where he fell mortally
wounded, the brave and good John
Nicholson under a heavy fire from
the walls nnd bastions of tiie city.
"At the capture of Lucknow I
was employed on the engineer's
staff, and, with Lieutenants Donald
McNeill and Vincent Eyre of the
nrtillery, I discovered nnd rescued
two of our ladies from the custody
of one of the rebels, who hud them
closely confined in a very small
room. In the Rohilcund campaign
and battle and capture of Bareilly,
where we fought under Clyde from
5 A. m. till sunset, we lost more men
by sunstrokes than casualties. Af tpr
the action the men bivouacked on
the field and sanlj exhausted. Many
weie found to have fallen asleep in
the very act of raising the food pro
vided for them to their mouths.
Scores and hundreds were found
dead in the morning."
Mr. Bentiey, who is a professional
translator of foreign languages at
present, possesses a British civil
service medal with clasps for his
services in India in 1857. Pitts
at reasonable pricoi
ICE CREAM of the PuretandRlcli
im quality fiom one quart to any
quantity upwards aro ilcliwml packed
in ice, from 11 o'clock a.m. to G o'clock
r M., free of charge to any part in Hono
lulu ami suburbs by the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Bakery.
5.00 ONLY Is the price charged
lor 1 wo Gallons of nny flavored
rich and always fresh mndo Steam Ice
ureiun, guaranteed to lie absolutely pure
ornopiy at thu Pioneer Steam Candy
Pnctoiy, Unkuiy and lee Cream Booms.
Practical Confectioner and Orna
menter, Hotel St., Bet. 1'ort & Nuuanu
M. Hawaiian and Bull Telephones,
No. 7. 40 tf
XXX nuil Ti'i Prlninveru Manillas at
riorum: Frames 'and Cornices
mndo to older, old Frames ropaired,
regilded, oto. king Bros'. Art Store.
Dit. Flint's Hlwut Ri:mi:uy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Bonbon Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
Patkonize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Ilingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tlio Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no liccm-i is rui-uired" to
sell those cigars. Do not forgot the
iiaino J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
No. 00 Nuuanu f treet.
Alakea, near gucen St
HONOLULU IKON WOKKB,
Stettin engines, sugar mills, holl-
coolers; Iron. brats and lead east
ingaj machinery of uvery description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe
cuted at short notice. 1
Office, corner Alftkea and Queen streets,
IIUTUaL 1KI.EWIONE, 3iJ5.
814 P. Q. px 1)7- m
Tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on haul for sale
Btcam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and u .'mural assortment of
us Bar Iron. py
1 En irLL
We are Fighting Opposition I
. Selling at Cost I
No connection with any corner,
DSF Lookout when thu TEMPLE of FASHION will
have .one day in this month, where we will give Goods
away. NO PAY,
HERE WE COME
U'iii.esst: Custom 3acle
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS!
Ever brought to those Islunds and which wc will sell nt the following
1C0 Dozen Boys' Wool Suits, per unit..
Men's I ine Hissincss Suits?, per suit 5 00
" ' All Wool " Ktiavalue,ptrsuil 1(00
K. Fine Wiiel; Dress " " " " 18 00
' 'Working Pants, per piir 100
Also an K.vra Fine Liue of Mcn'b mid Iluyi.
I'lio ClioupcMl, ixiitl
100 Dozen Unliiunilried Shirts, per piece
100 " Men s Fine UnderMilits, per piece
100 " " " AMiite J)re-s Shirts, per piece.
100 " " All Wool Working Shlrlp," ' ..
30 " " Straw Hats, per piece
R RnvJ l ' 'l
1 1 iuy h .....
Wo are confident that thce'prices will
We only nilvcrUm niiat wc
Any nnxntil'actory article may be returned nnd the money
lie cheerfully refunded.
Remember the Blue Front,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
.IUST KKCEIVHD, THE FINEST LINES OP
Custa-Mle Mil, (Ms' Furiiisliii (ioofls,
HATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neck-ware.
by repent id and special n (pi est, a t-imill
Oliiaiiinlilu in the
(Kouneily wilh Samuel NotO.
lm jKM(r unci DtMilei in
STOVES, CA-lMtDEUERS, LAMPS,
OIIOOKIChY, QhAFrASAKK, HOUHK FUKNIBHINU llAKDWAIIE,
AfJATK I HON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company,
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
6ST Store fomimly i,eupii 1 by P. NOTf, opposite Spreckels & Co.V Hunk -
79 & 81 Kii Street,
JCiiaiicw iroiu JCIiiff and 2ltruliuut Hi.
15 very description of work in tho aboo lines performed In a tlrst-elasi manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing: a Specialty.
Z3T fltll Telephone, 107, -jia (327 ly) t3T Bell Telephone, 167.
ami 65 Fort Street.
wo are just below.
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TO THE FRONT I
2 TO upwards.
lieMt in tliu Markot.
.i0 up wait 8
satisfy tho most exacting.
Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
inolce of the tlncs liaud.inatle,
P. KO'JT, opposite
Old Rose Premises,
t94f -t,4amc ,
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Health" is Wealth
Dr. K. C. West's Nerte ajid HnAif Treat
HENT.n Runrnntred specific for Hjfiterifi, UltzU
nesn. Conrul.lons, Fits, Nervous NenralRin,
Mendachc. Nerrons Prostration, mused by thonso
cif alcohol or tobacco, Wakofnlneas, Mental Do-pre-nlon,
Softening of the llmln. rognltinn In In.
wuiity nnd lcddin to misery, decnr and uVitlit
l'romnlure Old Ait , nnrronnena, ljom of 1'ov.vr
In cither x. Involuntary Ijomos nnd Spermator
rhea!, cnatcd by OTor-ciertion of tho brain, Bclf
nbuso, or oTor-lndulKence. Each box contain i
ono month s treatment. $1.03 n box, or aix boxr ,
for $5.00, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of prici .
AVK GUARANTEE BIX BOXEH
Tocnraanycaao. With each order recetred by in
for six boxes, accompanied with $3.00, ve will
end the purchaser our writton guarantee to re
fund tho money if the treatment does sot effect
ncure. Guarantee lulled only by
W will m tit. t.tor rwrj for if rut " Um Cn4jBt"
P.r4l, Sick ItndxV., InJIfMIn, Cn.Ur4IV t Cnllfnuu,
uxl nn win W.u'i VtftUlU UT.r nil., b 14. llrrf
HoMWoHricUy .oraplu with. TUj art penly rpUU., itj
' bit to tn ututetVm. Scf CotWd. Urn botn, .
UloUf Jlli,ll .u. Wn .). k U lra(fu. Bout f
RJ?.!?5!!''!ilJ,i"tl"- T1 "' t.rtm4 cir ir
lOHK O. WXST A CO, HI lal W. Ukoo SL, Ckuw.
r Irkl pMiin Hal f mall rU rr.ltlo( r. l milium?.
IIolllHtur .X- Co.,
'SO 0m Wliolrsalc nnd Hctnll Agento.
The White .House,
TfoCllS N'mianu Htroot,
Hjnolulu, IT. I.
Private Family Holel; Terms Ilenson.
M. W. SANDERS, Proprietor.
3 IS lv
Store for Rent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT di'sirnMe Stoic now occupied
by the LADIES' IIAZAAR, P8 Kent
street, nnd all tin Flxttne-, Gins Cac,
iSc, fur Mil... For further particulars,
enquire on hi PTml.cn ' f.410
STEAM CAM FACTORY
F. IIOItN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook anil Baker.
71 Hotel St. -igr Telephone 74
Having ecuied the Serviie f
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wc ue piep.md to execute nil
Diilc F in
House or Sig-ii
JPaintii j g.
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Mer-IsM S. I Co.,
Tlie JBest DRoute
tu the World Kenowiied
Volcano of Kilauea
'Die. new it d ti uuch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves ' onolulu at 10 oVloek a.i. on
TUESDAY, October StfJi.
The steamer ) as-e-t alonir the entiia
coast of the leewt rl side of Huw-H, af.
fording teiirlstK n paiioiauni of charm.
Ing Keener., and will slop at Ki-nl-ikr.
kua Hay, where wufliciciit lime is allow
ed to vibil i he Monument of Captain
Touri-ts by this'iotite reach I'unaluu
at fl o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making the entire passage in
smooth water. At I'unaluu there is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will be conveyed
by railroad to I'ahahi, thence Iy stage
coach to ll'ilf.wny Hume, where horses
and nuldc,, will be in attendance to con
vey them to lilt! Voll-lltlO.
Tourist will have two nights and on
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the iound trip, 3 5 whiok
includes all expeniei.
Apply Ui HAltltY ARM1TAGE,
Agent, at WillhunB' l'liotoj-iapli GnlliTY,
Kort stri e or m the ofllci- of Hit I. I. fe.
N. Co.. E iHiimb- s',0 flm
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Burnt Out, but Not Dead!"
Ryan's Boat-BoUtin Siej
Is now adjoining the rear or
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