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SATURDAY, OCT. '20, 188G.
S S Mariposa from the Colonies en
route for San FranclM-o
Stint- Llkellke fioni Kalnilnl
Stmr Mokolll from Moloknl
Bk Hope from Pott Tow nsetid
Sehr Walmalu for liana
Sehr Wntoll for Wnlalua
S S Muilposa for San Francisco atfi p in
Ilk '' It Foster for Royal Roads
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Likellku for Kahnlut
Schr Cannto for Hllo
Sehr Knlainanu for Ilntnnkua
Sehr Manuoknwal for Koolau
Star of Devon for Fannlug's Is
Sehr Mana for Jvunu
From whulwartl poit. per tinr W O
Halt, October '1-2 Right Rev Lord
Bishop of Ollm. Rev Father Clement,
Mrs .Junius Kaae, Ml-" M .T Davis, C
Melneeku, II X Giooiittoll, Captain L
Mnrelmnt, Geo Xoiton and 70 tltjek.
For Hamakua. via Lahalna, pefc stmr
Wnlaloalc, October 22 Hon J ICKauna
mano ami family, A V Ilaullllo, J M
Horner, .1 11 Brims, Sr, and about 40
From the Colonies for Honolulu per
SS Mariposa, October 2:10 B Mack
enzie, Mary May, Alex May mid several
In the stecraare.
From Knlmliii and way-poits, per
stmr Llkcllkc, October 2K Mis David
son, T II Terkolson,-A De Ilretteville,
J L MeMillan, L Purvis, Bio Phillip,
M.x Gonsnlvpo, Mr Weight, wife, child
and scivant, Mrs Cooke, Mrs L A Thurs
ton, Mrs II Fanning, E L Paiker, wife
ami child, T W Everett, W II Bailey,
X" Boyle, O Wilder, Mr Chlllnigworth,
tlirce Chinanicn and 00 deck.
For San Francico from Honolulu,
per S S Mariposa, October 23 Hon C K
Bishop, Col l. huts Spteekels.'WG Irwin,
Mr and Mrs G V Morrill, O AV Clink,
.7 A Bcekwlth, D G Thompson, Major
Bendel, Mis C bpieckels and maid, Mis
Ii Irwin, OK Dean, .1 C Punier. Miss
May Coolidge, Mis V L Gllllland, Miss
Paul Rhodes. C M Cooke. V II Bailey,
Dr W Douglas, Capt Melntyre and
daughter, K Fngelbrecht, Mrs Saueedo,
'E ABuchardt, Herman F Hiller, Mrs
Pauton anddaughtei, Mrs T S King,
Capt and Mrs .Jenks. G V Maefarlane,
Miss Mary Hardy, S Sell?, Capt C Xcil
s,on, Mrs L A Tlmrsion, .1 A Campbell,
and Capt Robeits.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Hall 343 awa, 11 hides, 7 pigs,' 4
horses, 32 cattle, and 121 pkgs of
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ger bark Pacific, Oltman
Bktne G C Perkins, Aekerrann
Bk Star of Devon, Lovell
Bk Caibaiien, Peikins
American baik Saranae, from Xew
York. s.viledJuly 13th, due here Xov. 18
30, to Castle ic Cooke.
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 0th, due here Octobci
2(ith-Xov 1st, to Schaefer & Co.
Brit bark Iionciag, sailed from Liver
pool, June 0th, due here October 23rd
Wnv is,t. to Davics & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, P M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengaber, Bolleston, from
Liverpool, due hcie, Jun 13-31, to
Davies & Co.
Am bktne S X Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Dec loth, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lore Jan 15-30,
to Schaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, Penballow, from Poit
Townsend, due here Oct 15th, toLeweis
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A DANGKnouR bole ill the middle of
"Waikiki bridgo is leported.
Pahala mill began grinding last
Wednesday on new cane.
Thanks to purser Brewster, of the
S. S. Mariposa, for late Colonial
The usual temperance meeting will
lie held this evening, in Fowler's
Theuu will be a race at the skating
rink to-night, and music by a band
of new musicians.
. . m .
The billiard match between Mr.
McCleery and Mr. Taylor comes off
at tho Hawaiian Hotel this evening.
This 'morning's "Adveitiser" an
nounces the appointment of Colonel
G. AV. Maefarlane as Financial Agent
of tho Hawaiian Government, to
negotiate its loan,
Colonel Clans Spieckels has ic
turned the decorations of which he
had been tho lecipient from His
Majesty the King, and declined, on
peisuasion, to retain them.
While tho hteamor Hall, was tak
ing aboard lollers for Honuapo mill
this morning ono weighing about
seven tons fell, breaking through the
hatch and lodging itself in tho hold.
Hon. L. Kaulukou has resigned
iw Attni'iiev-Ocneralship of tho king
dom, and has lcsunied the Marshal
iiin. Hon. L. Aliolo, Minister
Interior, is said to be Acting-Attor-noy-Genoral,
' Tin: btcamer W. G, Hall which
arrived yesterday afternoon from
Hawaii and Maui, biought news of
two flight caithquake shocks, in
rapid ujjcccs&ion, at Kau last Tues
day. They wore felt throughout tho
Dit. Elint'b Hkaht Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
juid Circulation. Descriptive book
with eveiy bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., AjjenlB. a5i
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
E. 1 Clilllincworlli, Maul; Miss
W. Ciook, Maui; C. B. M. Mac
kenzie, Samoa; Justice Gillies,
Auckland, N. Z; Miss Gillies, Auck
land, X. Z; J. A. Xoycs, Ohio; Mi.
and Mrs. J. A. Loavinottth, Victoria,
Among the in transitu passengers,
per S. S. Mariposa this morning,
were Mr. G. II. Hates, United Status
Commissioner to Samoa and Tonga,
on his way home; Justice Gillies, of
New Zealand Supreme Court, and
his daughter, on a visit to the
States; and Mr. Grccnbauni, late
United States Consul at Samoa, re
Mr. Utile's elephant, the Steam
Laundry, was to have been bought
by a syndicate for some $20,000,
but this syndicate having been told
that the i n-ditors were to buy it,
they rclinguislicd the chunk, only to
llnd that through somebody's smart
ness the Laundry was knocked down
to a foreign corporation for $000. If
the purchaser think it is an elephant
or a burden there are parties here
who arc willing to buy.
There has been considerable ex
citement around the town to-day,
and in fact for the past two or three
days, of a political, or semi-political,
nature. Capitalists, mer
chants, professional gentlemen, and
obscure citizens, have knotted to
gether at street corners, on side
walks, and other convenient places,
to receive and communicate news,
and expiess opinions. To learn
what is the true position of affairs,
seems almost impossible. In con
versing with a dozen different per
sons, as many different stoiies will
be heard, each individual asserting
that his is the correct version. This
is about the position of affairs, and
until the wheat can be sifted out of
the chaff, and the truth ascertained,
it is wisdom to be reticent.
REPORT OF S. S. MARIPOSA.
Left Sydney Oct. 7th, at 4:50
i. m. Had strong South West winds
with heavy beam seas to North
Cape; thence to Auckland light
winds and a smooth sea. Arrived
at Auckland Oct. 11th at 2 i m. ;
running time 3 days 19 hours and
45 minutes. Left Auckland Oct.
12 at 6 r. m. On Oct. 13 at 5:58
a. m. passed b. b. Mararoa soutn
ward bound. Arrived off Tutuila
Oct. lGtU at 11:57 m. a. ; detention
34 minutes. Left at Tutuila the
U. S. S. Mohegan and the British
steamer Explorer. Since leaving
Auckland the weather has been any--thing
but favorable for fast steaming.
Received the South East trades,
with heay seas, well to the South ;
wind too much to the East to carry
sail. Heavy rains fell while passing
through the doldrums. Running
time from Auckland to Honolulu 11
days, 15 hours and 57 minutes. The
Mariposa will sail this 5 r. si. with
28 cabin and 28 steerage passenger,
and 106 tons of freight for San
AN IMPENDING CRISIS.
Editok Bulletin : Those of these
islands the Hawaiian Kingdom
who have not sought to gather the
opinions of the more intelligent and
influential classes, citizens hereon,
relating to the legislative and ad
ministrative affairs of the Kingdom
of late years and up to the present
period, can have no fair idea of the
extent of dissatisfaction and even
of open censure which prevails in
Honolulu, and over other parts of
these Islands. This social rumbling
continually growing londer and more
threatening from time to time, should
seem to forwarn an open outbreak
of a reformatory character, in due
Let us not take an unwarranted
alarm. It is intelligence that is
leading the way, not barbarism;
and we can conceive of nothing
more grand in the human conduct
than a considerate, bold and manly
assertion of popular rights, or of a
determination to suppress political
wrong, whenever occasion may de
mand this issue. It is true and safe
to say, that the great bulk, if not
the whole of whatever now exists in
popular liberty and in more rational
fonr.f. of public administration,
came exactly through agencies of
this kind. It was but a compara
tive trifle a tax of threepence a
pound upon tea for one which,
after a long struggle and great
sacrifice, resulted in the independ
ence of the U. S. of America. We
need not go farther in illustration
Now, what are the grounds of
these complaints? There aro several.
It is said that the Koyaf administra
tion is needlessly prodigal ; that' by
far too large a share of the public
monies, exacted from many of tho
poor and needy, inures solely to his
own benefit, and to the benefit of his
family, kindted, and favorites. If
so the case shows a clear departure
from the true quality of government,
of a nature to specially require the
intervention of his subjects. It
should ever bo borne in mind, that
public monies can only fairly bo
raised by taxation, for tho benefit
of the public.
It is further said that the forms
and process of popular election are
invaded and treated with disrespect,
in order that undue advantages may
be taken in the interest of the
Sovereign's party and friends.
llils, if irtic, Is tv vufry scrluus
charge ; It stnltes right at tho root
of free government and ot political
morality. It is also yaid, that per
sonal and Court pressure are brought
heavily to bear upon the legislative
action of the Kingdom directly for
personal favor and aggrandizement,
overlooking many of the important
wants of a general nature, which
arc persistently pressed by the
members and their constituencies.
Such conduct cannot be too loudly
condemned. No intelligent subjects
have ever cnduied such treatment
long. The heels of such an adminis
tration are by far more powerful
than its head.
Wanton extravagance in the use
of public funds is alwas a precursor
of a staggering public debt, inclined
always to grow in size and vicious
ness; and long interest bearing
bonds come easily in its wake. This
is the present condition of this
Kingdom, and the cause stands out
to view clear enough. What the
end? we do not know, but may
readily conjecture. Our thoughtful
people need not to be informed, for
their thoughts on public affairs run
ning in this direction have filled
their minds with grave apprehen
sions. Just here has come in their
fears, their leanings toward a crisis.
Nor are the more intelligent of
the native population indifferent?
The Tax Collector is not far away ;
their scant' living is soon to be re
duced by exaction, tending mainly
to the increase of luxury, to speak
mildly, elsewhere than in his home ;
and neither is he neglectful of the
feelings and interests of his lowly
fellow citizens, much desiring a
simple, honest, true and respectable
government, around him, equal with
Now in conclusion it should ap
pear, we think, that a political crisis
is impending here on the Sandwich
Islands. It can only be avoided by
falling back upon and observing the
rules of government which shall
come nearest possible to the public
welfare. A change of front, speak
ing in a military way, is needed.
There need be no yiolence, no great
clamor, even; but sure it is that
present conditions cannot exist long.
A SERVIAN TOBACCO MONOPOLY.
The Government of Servia has
just granted a monopoly for the sale
of tobacco to a Vienna bank in con
sideration for the loan of 10,000,
000 during the last war. Patriotic
smokers are now threatening to dis
continue the use of tobacco, and the
strike is likely to become general, as
was the case in Hungary under
precisely the same circumstances in
1832, and in Lombard-Venetia in
1859, when the Italian patriots tried
to injure Austria by a general ab
stention from the weed. At that
time there existed private committees
whose business it was to induce
smokers, by threats or gentle per
suasion, to renounce their favorite
habit. Those who would not com
ply with the demand were branded
as "Shwarzelber" (Austrians) and
excluded from the of good society.
S. E. Bulletin.
Homan Catholic Cathedral.
High mass at 10 A. si. Vespers at 4 :I!0
Kawaiaiiao Chukoii. Rev. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. m. Preaching at 11 A. M.
Kausiakai'ili Ciiuuch. Rev. J.
Waiauiau, pastor. Sunday school at
!):30 a. si. Preaching at 10:H0 A. si. and
Young people's meeting at 7 :30 r. si.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Bible
Class in the parlor at 9:13 A. si., con
ducted by the General Secretary. Gospel
praise serv'ee at 0:30 p. si. Come and
bring a friend.
Chinese Chukch. Fort street, near
corner Berctanla. Mr. To Teng Ue,
evangelist. Chinese Sunday School,
n :30 a. si. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 p. si. Preaching 11
A. si. and 7:30 P. si. Bible class hi
Chinese Y. M. O. A. Hall, 0:30 P. si.
Bethel Union Conokeoation.
Rev. K. C. Oggel, pastor. Services at
the Lyceum, Xiiuanu avenue, at l A.
si. and 7tf0 P. si. Subject at the morn
ing Mirvloe, "The Seventh Command
ment or 'the Marriage Ring:'" at the
evening service, "Thiougu the Red
Sea." Sunday school at 0:45 a. si.,
subject : ''Jesus Ciucilled," John 10:
13-30. All aie Invited to these sei vices.
FOHT-bTJJBET ClIUHCH. Rev. J. A.
Crii7.au, pastor. Meeting for Bible
study at 0:45 a. si. Services at 11 a. si.
and7:'.10p. si. In the evening Pastor
Cman will pieaeh thu fourth of a series
of lnlef bcrurons on the pieat, primal
truths of tho Christian religion, taking
for his theme "Man : what does he need,
Development or Salvation." Tho object
of this series of seinions is to show tho
icasonablencss and deshahleness of the
Chiistlan leliglon. Theie will he a
choice musical service. Seats fiee.
St. Anihikw's Cathkdiial, First
Congregation. Holy Communion, at
0:30 A. si. ; Morning prayer, with ser
mon, at 0:30 A. si. Sunday school at
10il5 a. si. Hawaiian evensong atuwu;
English evensong by the Bishop of
Honolulu at 0 i; si. All seats me free.
Second Cotigiegatlon. Rev. George
Wallace, A. M., pastor elect. Morn
ing Prayer with sermon, 11:15 a. si.;
evening piayer, with sermon, 7:30 p. si.
Sunday school meets at 10 A. si. In the
Punahou Pieparatory School building.
Seats fiee at all services.
O L.USO HAWA1IANO.
ALL persons who want to communi
cato with tho I'oitupiicim, either
for bublncss.or for procuring workmen,
servants or anv other helps, will llnd it
I the most prolitablo wuy to advertise In
the Luso IlawaiiciHo, the now organ oi
the Portuguese colony, which is pub.
lishcd on Merchant strict, Gatelte Build.
Ing, Cost.Olllco Letter Box E.), and
only charges reusouablo rates for advertisements.
BUSINESS ITEMS. ' n , i rt 1 m 1
T at rcntoimlilf priees
at N olio's
ICE CREAM of tin-' ' urustaud HMi
oU quality ttom ouu quart to Buy
quantity upwiiids nru dtllveicd packed
lu ice, from It o'clock A.M. to 0 o'clock
v St., free of clmrgu to any part in Ilono.
lulu and suburb by the Pioneer Slciun
Candy Factory and Unlseiy
$5.00 ONLY Is the price churged
forTwo Uulbin uf any flavored
rich and always fresh inmle Steam Ice
Cicnui, giliuameoil In be nlxolulelv pure
or no ny at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Hiikciy and Ice (.'ream Booms.
Practical Confectioner and Oma
mcutcr, Hotel St., Bet. Fort & Nunnnu
M. Hawaiian .and Bell Telephones,
Xo. 74. 40 tf
Autibts' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stietchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bios.' Art store. 02 Ut.
A Woman's M'criif and
A. "Voice from jVirtrln.
Near the village of Zuiingdorf, in
Lower Austria, lives Maria Haus, an in
telligent and Industrious woman, whoso
story of physical sullerlug and lliiul re
lief, as related by herself, is of interest
to Kncllsh women. "I was employed."
she sayt, " hi the work of a largo farm
house. Ovcr.work brought on sick
headache, followed by a deathly faint
ing and sickue-s of the stomach, until I
win unable to retain either food or
dilnk 1 vns compelled To take to my
bed for several weeks. Gutting a little
better fioni i est and quiet, I sought t
do some work, but was soon taken with
a pain in my side, which in a little
while seemed tospiead over my whole
body, nnd thioblicd in my every limb.
This was followed by a cough nnd
i-hortucss ot bteatli, until finally I'rould
not sow, and I took to my bed for the
second, nnd, as 1 thought, for the last
time Mv tiiends told . e that my time
hud fearly louic, and that 1 could not
live longer than when thutiees put on
their green nee more. Then 1 happen
ed to get one of the bulgel pamphlets.
I lead It, and my de.u inolhcr bought
me a bottle of beigel's Syiup, which I
took exactly accenting to directions,
and I had not taken thu whole of it be
fine I felt a great change lor the belter.
My last illness bcuuu Juno , lb82, and
continued to Aumist tlth, when 1 begun
to tako the Svrup. Very soon 1 could
do a little 1 ghl work. The cough left
me, and I was no moie troubled in
b cathiug. Now 1 urn perfectly cured.
And oh, how happy I anil I cannot ex.
prebS gratitude enough for Seigel's
Sviun. Now 1 mu-t t'll you that the
docto s in ourdibtiut dlsti United hand
hills cautioning people against the
ini-dii-lue, lulling them it would do them,
no good, and many were thereby influ
enced to destroy the Sui gel pamphlets;
but now, wherever one is to be found, it
is kepi like a ielic. The fou preserved
tire lionowtd toieaU, and have lent
mine for six miles aiound our district.
People have come eighteen miles to get
me to buy tu medicine for them, know,
ing that it cured inc. and to be btiro to
gut the right kind. I know a woman
who was looking like death, and who
told them there was no help for her,
that shu had consulted several doctors,
but none could help her. 1 told her of
Seigel's Syrup, and wrote the name
down for her thai she might make no
mistake. She took my advice and the
Syrup, and now she is in perfect hialtli,
and I he people around us arc amazed.
Tho medicine bus in idu such progress
in our neighboihood thai people say
they don't want the doctor any more,
but they take the Syrup. Sufferers from
gout who were con lined to their bed and
could hardly move a-lhiger, have been
cured by it. There is a girl in our dis
trict who caught a cold by going
Ihrough somu w titer, and was in bed live
years with enstiveuess and ilii-umatic
pub))-, and had to have an nttendunt to
watch by her. Theru was not a doctor
in the surrounding districts to whom
her mother had not applied to relieve
her child, but every one ciossed them
selves and h.ihl they could not help her.
Whenever the little bull rang which is
rung in our place when somebody is
dead, we though I surely It was for her,
but Seigel's Syrup and Pills saved her
life, and now she is us healthy as any.
body, goes to church, and can work
uven in the Uelds. Everybody was as.
touisbed when they baw her out, know
ing how ninny years she had been in
bed. To-day she adds her gratitude to
mlno for (Sod's mcicles and Seigel's
Syrup. Mama Haas."
The people of England (.peak confirm.
Ing the above.
A-l'tor Hcverul Years.
"Stoke Ferry, Jiinumy Dili. 1881.
"Genllemen, I have used Siegul's
Syrup for seveial years, and huvu found
it a most elllcacious remtdy for Liver
complaints and geneial debility, und I
always keep some by me, and cannot
speak loo highly in lis nniii-u 1 re
main, youiB tiuly, Huirieli King."
jVl'tei' Hlxtuun Youm.
"03, Ncvgate SHect, Worksop, Notts,
"December 20jh, lt-8.
"Gentlemen, It Is with thu enalest
of pleitsiiie 1 accord my testimony as to
tho ulllciicy of Mother Seigel's syrup.
My wife, who hits sull'ereil from iicuto
Dyspepsia for over bixleen years, is uow
perfectly heller through the title help
of vour Syrup, I have sent pounds in
medicines fiom doctois in fuel, I be.
gan lo"ihlnk fhe was incurable, until
your ninrvellouH medicine wus tried,
itemaln, yours, thankfully.
.A-l'tor Many Yearn.
" Whlttlo-lu.Woods, near Ohorley,
"Dear Sir, .Mother Seigel's medicine
sells exceeding well with us, tilt that try
It speak highly in its favor. We had a
cum! of a young bulv thai had Wen iron
bled many years Willi pains after eating.
She tells us thai ihu pubis were entirely
taken away afler a few doses of your
mediciiift. Yours tiuly, E, Pkki.."
X"Ho UH'cutH liavo Ijooji
" llford Bond Dibpuunry, Duklnfleld,
JUIiy it, IB3-1.
" Dear Sir, I am lumpy to Inform
you tint the sale of yourbyrup and Pills
Increases here continually. Several of
niv customers speak of having derived
m'uro benullt fiom ihu tifu of these than
fioni any other medicine, In some in.
btances (ho effects havu been wonderful,
Yours verv respectfully,
It wly Puo. Edwin Eastwood, J.B."
I bra mm mm
Look out for Something New and Interest
ing within a Few Days !
Nos. 63 ami 65 Fort Street,
CLOTHING AMD FURNISHING GOODS !
Ever brought to thoie Islands and which we will tell at the following
100 Dozen Boys' Wool Suits, per suit
s Fine Business Suits, per suit
' All Wool ' lCtra vnlue,pcrsuil
Ex Fine Black Dress " ' " " "
Working Pauls, per p.tir
Also an Ex ra Fine
"JClie ClMMipcKt unci
100 Dozen Unbiundried Shills, per piece
10J " Men's Fine Undershii is, per piece
100 ' " " MtuDies Shirts, pcrphcu...
100 " " All Wool 'Working Shirls," ' ...
50 " " Straw- Hats, per piico
75 ' Boys' " " ' ''
We are confident that tbetc prices will
We only lulvcrtiHe what ve
Any uiiHufifnctory article may bo returned and the money
be cheerfully rei'uiuleri.
Remember the Blue Front,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KKCEIVED, THE FINKST LINES OF
Custom-made ciotMi, Geits' Fmixlin Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest StylcH und Novelties in Neckwure.
by repeated and spLcial request, a t-mrilt
Obtainable in the
(l-'tuiiiuily with Samuel Nott).
Iniporier unci Denier fn
STOVES, CHAKDHEJERS, LAMPS,
OHOCKEhY, OLAS-.WAKK, HOUSE FUltNISIMNU H.UtDWAUE,
AGATE IKON AND TIKWAHE.
Agent HalFs Safe
Beaver Block, -
Store foruiurly oiMUpiu-l bv S. NO'lT, opposite Spreckt-ls &. C'o.'s Bank. -
BlucltHinith "Work :
79 & 81 Die Street
J2iitiniiM'n ironi JCIiijc uml OTerclmiit 8(m.
Every dcsciiption of work in the abou lints performed in a first-claps manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
OT Bell Telephone, 107. i&Stt (!27Jly) fSf BellTelephone, 107. -
SHION ! !
TO THE FRONT I
2 TO upwards.
0 00 "
18 00 "
Line of Jlen's and Hoys'
JESchL in tlio IMivr-kot.
satisfy tho most exacting.
Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
Imolcu of thu Ilntet hand-made,
and Lock Company.
Old Kose Premises,
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade. Sanaparllla
Fruit Syrupi und Et tencc-Jand
inadejfpim the pute Apple, all of which
we guarantee to bo the best.
tfirWu nlMi invil
kturtinjr vlorc lor
the Mile of Iced
drinks and w Idling lountHin supplies,
to call on us lielore going el.ewherc
Tie Crystal Soila Works,
P.O. Uox H97, Iliiii-l'ilu.
Inter-Islanfl S. I Co.,
Tlie Bemt 3Roite
to the World Itenowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new und ttuunch
SteamerjW. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESOAY, October JGth.
The Maimer i ase aloup the enttie
coast of 'lu- leeward side of Il.iw 11. nf.
fording tourists a panorama of chaitn.
ing sceuen-, and will stoji at Kit lake
kua Bay, where riittlciciit time U allow,
id tu vllt the Jinn jinelit of Captain
Tonri-lsby thi ionic rem-li Punaluu
it ft o'clock (in lite day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making the entire pmsage in
mnoth water. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from thete tourists will he conveyed
by railroad to Pahala. thence ly stage
oach to llulf.wiiy House, where horses
and guide will bu in attendance to con
vey Uiein lo the Voh alio.
Tourists will have two night" and oce
whole day at the Volcano House.
Ticket for tho round trip, $60, which
includes all cxpemoi.
Apply U) I1AHKY ARMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' I'hutogiupli Gallery,
Fort stn et, or at the ollice ol Ihe I. I..S.
X. Co.. Esplanade. fillO 0m
v.? no ten
n loo loo
K0. Hull & bon.fntw isauu)(
O. Brewer & Co.,
'Vniluku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugai Co.,
Ice Coui any,
Inter-Island S. N. Co , (3 105
L.& THURSTON, Stock Hrokei
SS Mcrrhnnt Snow 151 ly
Fishplates, Bolls kMtei
H. HACKFEL.D & Co.
Having fecuied thu ServheJ of
Geo. G. Stratemeyer
we are prepared to execute all
House oi Sig-n
HONpl.UI.U PLANING MILLS.
The White House,
No.;ilH Numimi Btrcot,
Honolulu, H. I.
Private Fnmily Hotel j Terms Reason,
able; First-class Accommodations.
JI. W. hXNDKHS, Proprietor.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and IUkcr.
71 Hotel St. "GUST Tolephune7
Store for Rent, and Fix
tures lor Sale.
THAT ilcsirulilu tjtoie now occupied
by the LADIES' BAZAAR, HSFort
street, and all thu Fixture, GUss CA-el
&c, for sale. For further particular,
enq'ilrn on the Premlx's (410
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
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, 28 DANIEL LOUAN, Propriety fj