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M gnUm ttUiin.
THURSDAY, OCT. 21. 188G.
Bk Blur of Devon, Lovell, 31 days fiom
the S S Wands
Sclir Jennie Walker. Andcion, 17 days
from l'minlng's IMand
Stinr Wnlntcitlu from llainnkiia
Stinr I.olum front Wliuhuud polls
Sclir Wnloll fiom YVai.ilun
Sclir Emma from Kauai
BUuu W II Dlmond for San Finnclco
Stujr .Tas Mukce for ICaiml
VESSELS LEAV?NG TO-MORROW.
Sclir Emma for Wainmia and Kauai
Stinr Wnialcalc for Lulitiina and Ilnma-
kua at 5 p m
Sclir Gantito for Hilo
Sclir Waloll for YVnlnltin
Sclir Kulamaiio for INhiii
I ForHauFiuticUco, per bktnc W II
Dlmond, Oct 21 Col bam ouls, J l
Daly, 11 V l'utiiain, wife, master and
Cob. Sfliu Migratory Nonls, llio Ir.n
Volcrt having ecen tlio Legislature
safely tlirougli, and having ventilated
his ideas at Nolto's on tlio opiunl and
nppropiiatiou hills, dopailcd fiom
this insular kingdom by tlio barken
tino V. II. Dilnond, this noon, to lish
for ilolphins and sharks.
. m '
"W'r. lmvu mi elephant on v ir
bunds now," remarked Mr. Miller,
wlui on being nfekori how's that? said
that when Mr. Wliiting bought the
Steam Latuuhy, tlio other day, for
$!)00, he was buying it for thu Bruns-wiok-llalkc-Collendi'r
Co., for which
house Mr. Hiller is runner.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr I,clnia 730 sugai and 31 head
The boys who left here a year or
two ago, to try their luck in tlio
youth Sea Islands, arc all well.
Captain Macy is now master of an
American trading schooner, at the
islands. Mclntyrc has gone to
China, as mate of a German bark;
and Harry Emerson, who 1ms been
keeper of the Pacific- Navigation
Co.'s station at Jaluit, has returned
to Honolulu, to have another peep
!it civilization. He is looking well,
wears a nioustachu
still possesses that
ami gootee, and
The schooner Jennie Walker arrived
this morning, 17 days fiom running's
Island with a full cat go of pearl shells
and copia. She had light casteily
winds all the way up.
The Star of Devon brought (10 tons of
copra, 47 coids of Ihe-wood, and a
quantity of shark litis, for the Pacific
The bktnc AV II Dlmond sailed thlB
noon for San FrancKco w 1th 2,U85 sugar,
1,702 rice, and 117 molasses. Value
VESSELS IN PORT.
-Bk Thomas It Foster, Rugg
Bktnc Eureka, AVliidliij
Get- bark Pacific, Oltuuin
Bktnc G C Petklns, Aekennnu
Bk Star of Devon, Lovell
Bk Uaibaiicn, Pci kins
American bark Sal.utae, from New
York, sailedJuly 13th, due here Nov. 18
30, to Castle & Cooke.
Brit b.ukAVH Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June i)th, due here Octobei
20th-Nov 1st, to Scbaefer & Co.
Brit bark lioncr.tg, sailed from Liver
pool, June fith, due ltcte October 23rd
Kov 1st. to D.ivles & Co.
Am bk Mattba Davis, F XL Benson,
sailed fiom Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Biewur & Co.
Brit bark Glongnber, Rolleston, from
Liverpool, clue here, Jan 15-31, to
Davies & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, clue hete Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Calbarien, Perkins, fiom
Sau Francisco, due at Malmkouo, Sept
30th. at Honolulu in Oct, to Castle &
Am bark Martha, Flslicr, from Glas
gow, sailed Aiu; 28, due lcrc Jan 15-30,
to Scbaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due heie in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, Pcnhallow, from Port
Townsend, due heie Oct lGthj toLewers
HE' WAS HANGED.
It may be remembered that some
time ago a Manila man stabbed a
a white man, during a drunken
brawl at Jaluit, and that the wound
ed man having died from the effects
of the injuries, .the Manila man was
held for trial by the traders. Tlio
bark Star of Devon, which arrived
this morning, brings the news of
the assailant's death. He was tried
by the oilicers of a German man-of-war,
convicted of murder and hang
ed. He went to the gallows, erected
for the occasion, as game as a cow
boy, saying as the noose was being
placed over his head, "Good-bye,
boys; I'm going to kick now."
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Any oue in want of a cottage, may
apply to Mr. H. AVaterhouse.
A meeting of the Honolulu Com
mnndery will be held at 7 o'clock this
Fanning's Island is pietty dry, no
rain having fallen there for some
A WHACK AT CHICAGO.
Two well-known young gentlemen
of this city, lately took a trip to
Chicago and other parts of Illinois.
They spent some time on the out
ward trip in "doing" Chicago, and
then proceeded to the country,
where they hunted a while. On
their return to Chicago one of the
gentleman stopped on a fashionable
street and said he was to stay there
until lie saw a pretty woman. The
other gentleman agreed, and they
kept their post for about three
hours, when one said:
"AArell, I'm going.';, The other
"Have you seen a pretty girl
yet?" "No, but you sec that wo
man walking down the street with
her back turned toward ns, woll,
we'll take it for granted she's pretty
and go. I'm sick of looking at
homely women." f Louisville Post.
Two young men, one by the name
of Yates, a luna at AVaianac, and
the other Tom Forester, vocation
not known, started on a perilous
cruise lastTucsday. Yates bought llio
old water-boal that Simonson once
owned, and having purchased a masl
and boom, n small piece of drilling
for a sail, some ropes, an anchor and
chain, and having taken in pro
visions (one demijohn of watur and
25 cents worth of bread), set sail to
a stiff breeze and headed for AVai
anac. All wont well until they ar
rived within 8 or 10 miles of AVai
anac, when a dead calm befell them.
Thu calm continued through that
night and half the next day. The
boat drifted seaward with a strong
current. The bread was all gone,
and but two or three drinks of water
left. Shortly after noon yesterday
a gale .from shore sprang up, and
the boat, with an oar for a rudder,
became unmanageable. The boys
boins? tired and hunirrv. coiiiff fur
ther and further to sea, and being
unmercifully shaken by tho waves,
were about to give up in despair when
the schooner Emma was sighted.
A handkerchief was run up in the
rigging, as a signal of distress, and
tlie poor fellows were thankful when
they saw this signal answered.
Captain Kibling, of the schooner
Emma, with a powerful glass saw
tlio water-boat with a distress signol
at 12 o'clock, and immediately put
about to give assistance. It was -1
o'clock before tho Emma reached
the water-boat, and it was not any
too soon, as the lads were about
played out. They were taken
aboard the schooner, their stomachs
filled and landed in Honolulu this
moraine, wiser than when they left.
A PARROT STORY.
A clergyman says: "A parrot
belonging to some friends of mine
was generally taken out of the room
when the family assembled for pray
ers, for fear he might take it into his
head to join irreverently in the re
sponses. One evening, however,
his presence happened to be un
noticed, and he was entirely for
gotten. For some time he maintained
a decorous silence, but at length,
instead of 'Amen,' out ho came with
'Cheer, boys, cheer.' On this the
butler was directed to remove him and
got as far as the door with him
when the bird, perhaps thinking
that lie had committed himself, and
had better apologize, called out,
'Sorry I spoke.' The overpower
ing effect on the assembly may be
more easily imagined than de
scribed.' Leslie's Monthly.
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS
at rcaronnlilu pi Iris ill Nolto's
Beaver Saloon. .ft2
ICE CREAM f tlic I urcsiand llich
usl quality ft oin one quart lo liny
quantity tipwaids uru delivered packed
In lec, from 11 o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
r.M., freo of charge to any pnrt in Itono
lulu nnd suburbs by (he Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Bakery.
5.00 ONLY Is the prion charged
for Two Gallons of any lltivorcd
rich and always fresh iiimio Steam Ice
Uream, guntntiiucd to be absolutely pure
or no pay at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bitkcry and Ice Cream Booms
Practical Confectioner and Ornii.
menter, Hotel St., Bet. Fort & Ntmanu
SU. Hawaiian and Bull Telephones,
No. 74. 'lU tf
Aktibts' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. G2 Gt.
XXX and Li Prlmavcra Manillas nt
C. J. McCarthy's.
A Woman's Mm and
IIION ! !
Look out for Something New and Interest
ing within a Few Days !
A. Voloo lVom A.-u.strla.
to Honolulu, it having
out on Kauai.
Mn. Geo. Mnrkhom has a Maui po
tato that weighs two and a half
The oflicers, who compose tlio
board of directors, of the Heeia Agri
cultural Co., aro announced in
Mb. Lewis J. Levey's regular cash
sale begins at 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning. A variety of dry goods
and men's clothing will bo sold.
By request of a number of ladies
and gentlemen, Mr. McCleery,
champion billiard player, will give
an exhibition of billiard playing
this evening, in the parlor of the
Hawaiian Hotel. Any one desirous
of witnessing the exhibition should
make early application to Mr.
Uartlett, manager of the Hotel,
because there will a limited amount
of sitting accommodation, and iu
the event of too great a number of
applicants, those first applying will
be entitled to first consideration. It
should be distinctly understood that
the affair will not be public, and
therefore no admission fco will be
charged. It is intended specially to
give an opportunity to ladies to wit
ness the skilful playing of so great
a master of the cue as Mr. McCleery,
and they, along with their escorts,
can secure admission in the way
above indicated. The exhibition
will commence at 8 o'clock.
Vs. Skalkii teiiilcis for supylying meat
' to the Queen's Hospital, for ono
year, will bo lecoived at tlio ofileo of
Messrs. Scbaefer & Co, until noon of
Ity addition lo tho litt of books
given in our issue of Tuesday, Mr.
Cartwiight bus also picsented tho Li
brary with a bet of Sparks's Ameri
can Biogiuphy, comprising soino
twenty volumes. Next!
Ai.i. intoiested bitould remember
that Saturday next, tho 2!hd instant,
will bo tho last oppoitunity to sonil
forwaid oidors to Now York, for
goods to como by tho next vessel
leaving there for Honolulu.
Tin: Eaglo House' is now thrown
open to tho public. Mrs. J. T. AVhito
lias been appointed iminngiess in
which lino of business sho hits earned
a reputation for hersolf in Honolulu,
Terms njabonablo, unci house now
ready for occupation.
PunBi:n AVhito, of tlio steamer
AA'aialealo, loports a big lire seen bo
tft'een Mauhiou and Olowalu last
night. Tho blaze appeared to bo tlio
burning of grass in tho hills. Mr.
AVhito also loports lino weather to
Covii:h of tho Uum.utin of Friday,
October lbt and Monday, October
11th, two or thrco of each date, aro
wanted. Any of our friends who can
supply tlio abovo, for pay or thanks,
or both, will oblige by leaing them
at this oillco. Sovoral friends kindly
.responded to tho cull for tho number
oi tho 21st, asked for last Sattuday.
REPORT OF STAR OF DEVON.
The Hawaiian bark Star of Devon
Jeft Honolulu, July 24, 1886, ar
rived at Jaluit, Marshall Islands,
August 13th, after a passage of 20
days, during which experienced the
ordinary run pf weather and trade
winds, to the parallel of 10 N.
Lat., 173 E. Long., when westerly
and southwesterly winds weie en
countered to port.
The German Government have
assumed control of the Marshall
Islands, and arc going to send a
covernor and some soldiers or
policemen, to enforce the laws, and
Got no news from Caroline Isl
ands before leaving.
Tho Morning Star arrived at
Jaluit via Gilbert Islands on the
23rd August, and left for Caroline
on the 25th. All well on hoard.
The Star of Devon sailed from
Legrip (her hist port) on September
2l8t noon, and arrived at Honolulu,
October 21st, having made tho pas
sage up in ill days. Experienced
northeast trade winds from Legrip
to Lat. 31 N., Long. 1(ME.,
when southerly and westerly winds
to Lat. 30 N., Long. 109 AV.,
and variable winds from thenco to
port. She brings a cargo of copra
and lirewood to tho Pacific Naviga
tion Co. nnd ono passenger, Mr.
Harry Emmersou ; also some mail,
Mr. Motgan and wife were landed
at Jaluit in placo of Capt. Lovell,
who lias resigned the management
at Jaluit. They wpro well at date
New York, Sept. 20. The Times
has a dispatch from Frederick
Schwatka, in command of its
Alaskan expedition, dated Sitka,
September 10th, via Nanaimo, 13. C,
September 19th, Schwatka says, his
party on July 2(Jth got to a height
of 7,200 feet above the sea level on
Mount St. Elias, the highest climb
above the snow level ever made. At
one time it was thought that the
mountain was utterly inaccessible.
Three immense peaks from 8,000 to
12,000 feet high were named Clove
land, Whitney and Nicholls, the lat
ter from the commander of the
steamer Pinta. The tiip from Icy
Bay July 17th, to the finish was oue
of great difficulty, owing to glaciers
and the dangers of the deep and
swift currents. An immense amount
of valuable information wa3 secured.
One of Schwatka's most important
discoveries was an immense riyer
emptying into Icy Bay, which is a
mcie indentation of the coast, Bixty
miles west of Yakubat Bay. The
stream is from a mile to a mile and
a half wide, 800 to 1,000 yards of
which is running , water, the re
mainder being, at low tide, mud,
sand and gravel. The bay is covered
at high water, when tho stream seems
to he a second Mississippi in appear
ance. Its western bank is a per
pendicular wall of, ice, part of some
great glacier which forms the
western shore of Icy Bay. It was
loaded w ith glacier mud from the
Mount St. Elias Alps, and its swift
current with waves about a foot
high, was thought to bo running at
the rate of eight or ten miles an
hour. It was surmised at the time,
that the great river is entirely too
big in every way to lie draining only
the seaward slopes of tho St. Elias
Alps, in tho vivinity of tho mountains
from which it apparently come. It
must head fai beyond the range and
break through them. Its muddy
waters from the glaciers discolor all
tho waters of Icy Bay and for many
miles out to sea. It was named
Jones river after George Jones of
tho New York 'Times, It is not
thought to be rivaled by any Alaskan
river emptying into the Pacific
Ocean. rs. F. Bulletin.
Die, Flint's IIkakt Bkmkdy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
eabo and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Desciiptivo book
witli every bottle, Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
CHB. GEItTZ, f
No. B0 Fort street, Honoliil,!
Imporl or and Dealer in Gout's, Ladles'
and Chlldreu's boots, shoes and slippers.
Good Dry Manila Cigars,
Cigarettes of Every Description,
Every kind of Smoking Material, any
quantity, and the best quality, at
F, Hilder's Central Cigar Stand,
Near tho village of Zillingdorf, in
Lower Austria, lives Maria Haas, an in.
tdligcnt and Industrious woman, whoso
story of ph steal bullurlng and flual re
lief, as related" by hcrsulf, is of interest
to English women. "1 was employed,"
she says, " in the work of a largo farm
house. Over.work brought on sick
headache, followed by a deathly faint,
hit; nnd sickness of thu stomach, until I
nai unablu to retain either food or
drink. I was compellid to take to my
bed for hcvoiul week'. Getting a little
better fiom rest and (pilot, I sought I
do some work, but was toon taken with
a pain in my side, -which in a little
while seemed to spread over my whole
body, and throbbed in my every limb.
This was followed by u cough and
shortness of breath, until dually I could
not sew, and I took to my bed for the
second, and, as I thought, for the last
time. My fi lends told ie that my time
had nearly come, and that I could not
live longer than when the tiees put on
their grecu ncc moiu. Then I happen
ed to get one of the Seigel pamphlets.
I rend it, and my de.ir mother bought
me n bottle ol boigd'h Syrup, which I
took oMibtly aci-oiding lo directions,
and I lnul not taken the whole of it be.
foie I felt a great change for tho hotter.
My last illness began Juno i, 1SS3, and
continued to Aumict ilth, when 1 began
to tako tho Syrup. Veiy soon 1 could
do a little 1 ght work. The cough left
me, and I was no more troubled iu
b entiling. JNow 1 mn perfectly cureu.
And oh, how happy I am! I cannot ex.
pross gratitude enough for Seigcl's
Syrup. Now I mu-t ti-11 you that the
doctois iu our dUtuet distiibuted hand,
hills cuutioniu" people against the
medicine, telling tliim it would do them
no good, and many were thereby influ
enced to duitroy Hie Seigel p.unphlets;
but now, whetevur one is to be found, It
is kept like a relic. The fou pre-erved
aro borrowed lo read, and huvc lent
mine lor six miles mound our dibtrict.
People have come eighteen miles to get
me lo buy the medicine foi thciii.know.
iug that itemed me, and to he sure to
get the right kind. I know a woman
who was looking like death, and who
told them there was no help for her,
that she had consulted several doctors,
but none could help her. I told her of
Seigel's Syrup, and wrote the name
down for her thai she might make no
mistake. She took my advice aud the
Syrup, and now she is in perfect health,
and the people arouud us are amazed.
The medicine hits in ule su.h progress
in our neighborhood that people say
they don't want the doctor any more,
but ihey tuku the Syrup. Sufferers from
gout who were coiillm.il to their bed and
could hardly move a linger, have been
cuied by it. There in a girl in our dis
tiicl who caught a cold by going
through some water, und was in bed five
years with etistiveness nnd rheumatic
pains, and had to liuo un attendant to
watch by her. There was not a doctor
in the suriouuding dUtiicts to whom
Iter mother bad not applied to relieve
her child, but every one crossed them.
selves und Mild thov could not help her.
Whenever the little bell rang which is
rung in our place when somebody is
dead, we thought smely it was for her,
but Seigel's Syrup aud Pills saved her
life, and now site is as healthy as any.
body, Kooi to cliuicli, and can woik
uvea in thu fields. Everybody was as.
tnulsbcd when they saw her out, know
ing how many years she had been in
bed. To day she adds her gratitude to
mine for God's mercies and Seigel's
Syrup. Maiha Haas."
The people of England tpeak confirm,
ing the above.
A.rLvv Hovoral Yenm.
"Stoku Ferry, .lauuary Dtli, 1884.
"Gentlemen, 1 have used Slegel's
Syrup foi several years, and liutu found
it u inou efficacious remedy for Liver
complaints and general debility, and I
always keep some by me, anil cannot
speak too highly in its praise 1 re
main, yours truly, Harriett King."
A-t'ior Hlxtoon Ymit'H.
"US, NortgatoBtieet, Worksop, Nott.,
'December qJtli, lr8.
"Gentlemen, It is with the greatest
of pleasuiu 1 accord my testimony as. to
the elllcacy of Mother Seigel's tyrup.
My wife, who has sullered from acute
Dyspepsia for over siMeen ycaw, is uow
peifeetly belter through the solo help
of vour.SvruT), 1 lmo sent pounds iu
medicines fiom iloclois In fact, I be.
gau to think the was incurable, until
your marvellous medicine was tiled.
I remain, yours, thankfully,
A.rtti aiany Witi-t.
"Whlttle-lcWoods, near Oiiorley,
"December 20, 1881.
" Dear Sir, Mother Seigel's medicine
sells exceeding well with us, all that try
it speak highly in its favor. We had a
case of a young lady that bad h.'cu trou
bled many years with pains after eating,
Shu tells us that the pains were entirely
taken away after a fow doses of your
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'.Tlio 331I'uttH Juivo 1ooji
"Jlford Hood Dispensary, Dukinfleld,
May U, 183-1.
" Dcur Sir, I am happy to inform
ou thuttbo sale of your Syrup and Pills
Increases here continually. Several of
my customers speak of having derived
more benefit from tho use of these thuu
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Yoiin. verv resnectfllllv.'
I It wlyj Po. Edwin Eastwood, J.B."
S. COHN & CO.,
Crystal Soda fori
Ginger Aloj Cream Soda,
Lomon Soda, Lcmonnde, Saisnpnrllj
ruti syrups ami essences anu
mndcjfrom the pure Apple, all of which
we guarantee lo be the bcit.
tST Wc nleo italic parties intending
ytanli'g noies lor the ude of Ictci
drinks and wishing louutiilu supplies,
to call on us before going elsewhere.
Tlio Crystal Soda Worts,
P.O. Box 87, Iloni-ltilu.
Nos. G3 anil 65 Fort Street,
HERE WE COME TO THE FRONT I
Finest On.stoiM. IMCadLe
CLOTHING km FURNISHING GOODS !
Ever brought to these Inlands and which we will sell at the following
100 Dozen Boys' Wool Suits, per suit.
's Piuc Business Suits, per suit
' All Wool " Extra valuc.pcr suit
Ex Fine Black Dreso " " " "
Working Pants, per ptir
2 TO upwards.
2 50 "
5 00 "
U 00 "
18 00 "
1 00 "
Also au Ex'ra Fine Line of Men's and Boys'
Xle OlietvpeNt niitl Jiowt, iu. tlio HXni-ket.
100 Do7en Unlnunilried Shbls per piece $ 50 upwards
100 " Men's Fine Under-birtH, per piece 50 "
100 " " " "White Dress Shirts, per piece 125 "
100 " " All WoolWerking Shirts,-' ' 150 "
50 " " Straw Hats, per piece 75 "
73 ' Boys' " " " " 50 "
Wo arc confident that thcfo prices will satisfy tho most exacting.
We only ntlvcrtixe wlint we menu !
Any nnsatifnetory article may bu returned anil tho money
will be cheerfully rel'imucd.
Kemomber the Blue Front, Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
5im ECAN AND CO.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
uostoMiIe GlotMi, deals' FnlM Qoofls,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Stylus and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and special request, a small Imolce of the tin est hand-made,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable in the Eastern markets.
Mer-IsM S. I Co.,
Tlie Bent DRonte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new nnd staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Lenves Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, October lOili.
The steamer jas-c-i along the cntits
coant of 'he leewtrd side of llwil, af.
fording tourists a ) anotama of charm
ing sooner, and will ttop at Kcilukr.
kuu Bay. where MifhVient lime 1 nllow.
id to viil ihe Monument of Captain
Touri'ls by thls'ioute reiieh Puunluu
nt 5 o'clock on the duy after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
es;cl, milking the entire passage in
smooth water. At Pnnaluu there i the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from tbcio tourists will be conveyed
by railroad to Pnbaln. thence ly stupe
coach to llalf.wuy Home, whole hon-eR
and uuidcH will be in attendance to eon.
vey ilii-m to the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights nnd one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, 350, whiob.
includes all expente.
Apply to HABRY ARMITAGK,
Agent, at Williams' Phologiapli Gullirv,
Fort sin e', or nt the office ol the 1. 1. S.
N. Co., Esplanade fs:0fim
Haw'ii Carnage Mnnfg Co , 5 Mil luO
E. O. Hall & 3on,(ntw issue) 100 100
C. Brewer & Co.,
Wailtiku Sugai Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
Inter.Island S. N. C , 103
L. A. THU RSTO N. Stock Hiokci
3S Merchant Street 151 ly
FislDlalBS, Bolls & Spites.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Having recutcd the Services of
Geo. G. Stratemeyer
we .ire prepared to execute nil
Houne or fc5ign
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
(Formed)' with Samuel Nott
Import or unci JOenlor in
OKOOKKhY, GLASbWAHK, HOUSE FURNISHING HABHWAUE,
AGATE IKON AND TINWAHE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - - - Fort Street.
tsy Store formeily ocdiplcd by
P. NO'JT, opposite Spreckcli & Co.'s BunV. -
The White House,
!So.;iX8 Nuuami Street,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel j Termc Reason,
able; First-class Accommodations.
M. W.BANDEHS, Proprietor.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Contectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
11 Hotel St. -90tSr Telephone 74
T-ir Carriage Building:,
Painting and " ) Trinunlnt;,
79 & 81 ill Street, : - Old Rose Fmdw,
JthitriuioeN irom King- unci Merchant &tw.
lively description of work Iu the nloe lines performed in a first-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing: a Specialty.
t" Bell Telephone, Htt-lTiSa WM) GT Bell.Telephonc, 107. -
Store for Kent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT desirable Store now occupied
by the LADIES' BAZAAR, P8 Fori
btrect, and all the Fixture-, Glass Cafes,
&c for sale. For further particulars.
enquire on tlie Premier
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty Con(6 u Month.
28 1 DANIEL LOG AN, ' Proprietor, ly
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