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MONDAY, OCT. 25, 1880.
Ihjlnc Clans Sprcckeh from San Fran
cisco Sinn- Klnau fiom Windward L'orts
Stun- Iwalani from Kaunl
Stint- AVlninnnnlo from Wnluinnalo
' Schr Mllo Monis from Koolau
Selir Kob Hoy from Koolau
Schr Sarah & Ulln from Koolan
British baik honcrnltr from I.lveipool
Stmr I.lkellke for ICabuhil
Schr Canute for Hllo
Sehr Kiihimaiiu for Hnmakua
Schr Manuokawal for Koolau
Star of Devon for Fnnnlng's Is
Schr Mima for Kuan
Stmr Iw'alanl for I.ahalnn, Mnalaea,
Konn and Kau at 10 A. M.
Stmr Klnau for Windward Torts
U-l-LU HLU '
From Kauai, per steamer Iwalani,
October 2 t-.I W Wilcox, Captain Hnt
lleld, Miss E Hatlteld, Miss B Mark
ham, W D Schmidt, V Buchholtz, II
lleydemann, 13 Macllc, Miss G Klts-on, 7
Chinese, and 51 deck.
From Windward Torts, per Klnau,
'October 2411 It 11 LUinokalanl and
servants, Gcncial .1 O Domlnls and 2
servants, Mre T T Kanoa, Mrs H Kul
hclani, lion .r W Kalua. W II Citin
iniujrs, Itev A Duncan, II Turton. Jr,
Mrs V Litigate, Miss Helen Clark, Hon
1? Pahla and son, Miss Lucy Wctmoie,
OSLowi, Chung Lung, Chung Hon,
OTShlpman, Ben Macey, GcoNakn
iv.iahi. II II Webb, Miss IC Wight, Dr
OT Trimmer and wife, W .1 Wilght,
G T Kainauoha, .1 II Elders, G D
Freetb, Algnacio, wife and child, and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
bides, SO bags of rice, 70 bags of
pla and 24 head of rattle.
Stmr Klnau 1,797 bans of sugar, 243
hides, 23 ba-rs of ginger, etc, 330
bags of spuus, 30 liags of corn, 1
horse and 100 pkgs of sundiies.
The American barkentlue Discovery,
Captain John Lee, sailed from San
Francisco, October 9th, in company
with the brigantlnc Clans Spreckels, for
Mahukoua, Hawaii. The schooner
Anna left the same day for Kahului,
Maui. , ,
The American, bark Martha Davis,
Captain F. M. Benson, consigned to
Messrs. O. Brewer & Co. which sailed
from Boston for this port August 7th,
was spoken on August 25th, in latitude
27 c N.. and longitude 37 W.
The biisantine W. G. Irwin was to
leave San Francisco for tills port Octo
ber 13th; the Maiy Wlnkehnan on the
15th, and the John D. Spreckels be
tween the 18th and 20th.
amir iwiuaui i.im-j uuizs ui mikui,
The barkentlue Amelia, Captain W.
Newball, sailed from San Francisco,
October 0th, for Puget Sound, to load
lumber for tills port.
The hi igantine Clans Spreckels, Cap
tain" E. '. Diew, arrived attbispoit
yesterday ,li days fioin San Francisco.
Sailed from San Francisco, October 9th
at 10 A. jr. Epeileneed flue weather
and light winds the entire passage.
She brought 450 tons merchandise,
valued at S8,482, including 20 barrels
of salmon, 2.328 pounds of coffee, 05
i.balcs of hay, 2,977 pounds of bread, 100
Iborrels lime, 400 sacks of bran, 230 bar
rels of Hour, 0J8 gallons and 30 cases of
wine, 25,000 bricks. The Clans Spreckels
was hauled alongside the Oceanic
'Steamship Company's wharf this morn
ing to discharge. Captain E. P. Drew
, -eports the arrivals of vessels from tills
ki ngdom to San Francisco, as follows :
Claims Sprcekels on .October 4th, 27 days
hence nnd tho W. G. Irwjn. the same
dav 1" days hence; schooners Anna
undRoVario, same day, 24 and 20 days
respectively from Knhulul, Maui ; brlg
nutiuc John D. Spreckels and barken
tlne Amelia, on October 5th,-14 and 151
days hence, respectively.
The American bark Hope, Captain
D. W. P. Penhallow, which arrived
here Satin dav afternoon, 27 days from
Port Townsehd, Washington Territory,
brought 550,000 feet of lumber for
Messrs. -Lowers & Cooke. Reports
pleasant weather the entire passage.
She is docked at the foot of Fort street
wharf. , , . . ,
The schooner Anna, Captain C.
Christiansen, sailed from San Frnn
- Cisco, October 0th, for Kahului, Maui,
with a cargo of miscellaneous merchan
dise valued at $9,401, Including 580
pounds of tobacco, 340 bales of hay, 05
hon-s, JIIQ barrels of Hour, 281 centals of
oafs, 500 sacks of bran, 1,197 pounds
and 12 cases of bread. 50 barrels of
lime, 1,320 pounds of coffee, 880 centals
of barley, etc.
The Amei lean tern Emma Claudlna,
Captain Win. Matron, sailed from
Hllo, Hawaii, October 10th, with 150
tons of augur for San Francisco. Cap
tain C. Lehman, wife and four children,
Mrs. Mix, Mm. Ferris and Win. Beck
ero the passenger..
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Hope, Penhallow
Bk Ella, Bust
Bk Star of Devon, Lovell
Bk Ualbailen, Teikins
Bgtnc Claus Spreckels, Diew
Bktno G C Perkins, Ackeniian
Gcr baik Pacific, Oltniau
American bark Sarauae, from New
York, sailcdJuly 13th, duo here Nov. 18
30, to Custlo it Cooke.
Hi It bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, dueheio Octobei
20th-Nov 1st, to Sehaefer & Co.
Brit baik Iiom-iag, sailed from Llver
pool, June 5th, due lieie October 23rd
Nov lbt, to Davics A: Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Iioston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Hilt baik Glengaber, Rolleston, from
J.lveipool, due lieie, Jan 15-31, to
J3avle.s & Co.
,Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, duo hcie Deo 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Murtha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, duo leio Jan 15-30,
to Schaofcr & Co. '
Bilt bark Lady Laiupson. Marston,
from the Colonies, due heiu in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Mit. W, M. Uifliml has icsponsiblo
eluugo of tho afl'aira of Meatus, "W. G.
Irwin fc Co., dining Mr, Irwins
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
U. IT. Princess Liliuoknhthi,
accompanied by Gcncial J. O. Domi'
nis, arrived by tho Ivinnu.
Shkiuit S. W. WilcQX.MissUitMin,
and Mr. Ed. Mncfiu, arrived yester
day from Kauai per S. H. Iwalani.
A wa says that tho Mtuipntiilnok
away the Unco capitalists of the
kingdom Mr. C. 11. Bishop, Colonel
Sprckcls, nml Captain Jenks.
Ml - "
Tin: steamer Iwalani will take the
steamer V. G. Hall's l onto to-morrow
nioriiiiig, sailing at 10 o'clock for La
haina, Mnalaca, Konn, anil Kau.
Mit. Lewis ,T. Levey holds u special
Bale nt his salcsiooin, to-morrow morn
ing, nt 10 o'clock. A great variety of
goads wjll be disposed of,
Tun British bark Iroucraig arrived
this morning, 141 days fiom Liver
pool, with an assorted cargo. She is
consigned to Messrs. T. II. Davics
The 175 bales of hay, damaged by
the fire in the steamer W. G. Hnll,
Sunday morning, was sold to Messrs.
Hustaco tfc Robertson, this forenoon
for seven dollars.
A MEETINO of ladies wlil be held in
Harmony Hall, on Tuesday after
noon, at 3 o'clock, for tho purpose
of organizing a Relief Association, in
connection with the G. A. It.
Tnu Captain of tho Claus Sprckcls
reports that on his trip up from Ho
nolulu, ho saw n wrecked vessel,
bottom up, in Latitude 22 and Longi
tude 158. The vessel was about 150
feet in length.
Kalola,, an old Chicfcss, daughter
of Kalaniulumokii, n chief of Hawaii,
and Kihimnnienic, a Chiefess of
Kauai, died on Saturday afternoon,
at her residence corner of Punchbowl
and Queen streets, nged 07 years.
Captain McCregor, of the steamer
Mokolii, tells of two yachts being
built, one at Kaunakakai and the
other at Knmnlo, for the coming re
gatta. These yachts will bo about
25 feet long, 12 feet beam and mo
deled for speed.
Another billiard match of 500
points will be played between Mr. B.
Saylor and Mr. J. F. B. McCleery,
this evening, at the Hawaiian Hotel,
for $250 a side. An admission fee of
.$1.00 will be charged. The game
begins at 8 o'clock.
Oun Kauai Correspondent writes
that the past week has been unusual
ly quiet, in fact he has not known
such a quiet week for tho'past eighteen
months. There has been no rain, no
fights, no escaped prisoners, no
biiths, no deaths, no arrivals, and no
During the fire on the steamer W.
G. Hall Sunday morning, Mr.. Mark
Kennedy and T. Murray, firemen,
collied with each other in the dark
ness. Kennedy received a painful
discolorization of an eye, while
Murray received a cut on the head.
The injured fiicmcn weie able to at
tend to biibincss this morning.
As the regular date of the annual
competctive drill of the volunteer
forces of Honolulu fnlls on Sunday
this year, the drill will take place on
the following day. November 28th
is the day the drill should take place,
but on that day tho military compa
nies will go into cam) at Kapiolani
Park, where, on Nov, 29th, the drill
will be held.
Saturday afternoon, on the com
plaint of Messrs. McChesney & Son,
Thomas McGriflin and Harry Mc
Chesney were arrested nnd locked
up, on a charge of larceny of about
$900, the property of McChesney fc
Son. McGriffin nnd McChesney were
confined in the Station Houbo up to
2 o'clock this afternoon, awaiting
trial. Bail fixed at $2,000,
A member of Englno Co. No. 2,
having imbibed too much gin on
Sunday morning, during the fire on
the steamer W. G. Hall, was placed
in a rudu coffin, in the houso of En
gine Co. No. 2, covered with black
cloth,, decorated with n plug hat, and
an umbrella, placed on his back
with his hands crossed on his breast.
Ho was slightly alarmed on coming
to his senses, and discovering his po
sition. AN OLD LANDMARK CONE,
An old Hawaiian landmark, John
Keonckapu, disappeared last even
ing. But Jew, 11 any, natives were
more extensively known on these
islands. After about three months'
severe suffering, during which he
was-confincd to his bed, he passed
quietly away, at his home, at Leleo.
At the time of death ho was aged
72 years, 7 months and 7 days.
Tho remains will be Interred in the
family vault, at Ewa. The deceased
had been four times married. The
fourth wife still survives, ns do two
sons, her children Iliel nnd Starr
the latter of whom is an officer in
the Honolulu police force.
HE FELL AND WAS DRACCED,
Last Saturday afternoon, five
native men on horse back, two of
them badly intoxicated, were re
turning from Honolulu to their
homes on the other side of the
mountain range, by way of tho Pali
road, when one of tho intoxicated
men fell from his horse, with one
foot clinging to tho stirrup. In this
position he was dragged about one
hundred yards, the horse running at
a furious pace. Fortunately that
part of tho road was free from
fetoues, or probably death would
have been the result. "When the
man's foot became disentangled from
the stirrup he was in au uticoncjpus
ami ljQlf'less condition. A gentle--
man who Was passing nt the time,
and saw tlio whole occurrence, ren
dered nil tho assistance in his power,
had him removed to n grass.' plot,
and used all available, restoratives.
The man ultimately revived, was
taken in charge by his comrades,
anil resumed his journey, with no
apparent seiious injury from his
Mr. J. II. Black, a former pro
prietor of the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, commemorated his 50th
birthday on Saturday last. The
main feature of the clay was a luau
in the afternoon, at Mr. Black's
residence, Liliha street. The sup
ply of edibles was varied and abun
dant, and the company of consumers
large. In the evening a few gentle
men called and tendered their con
gratulations, and were hospitably
entertained by Mr. Black.
DEATH OF AN OLD ACTOR.
The Australian papers contain ac
counts of the death, nt Melbourne,
of Mr. William Hoskin, in his 71st
year. Mr. Hoskin was a leading
Shakespearian actor in London a
half a century ago, and his likeness
can be found in illustrated edi
tions of Shakespeare of that period.
He went to Australia in 185G, and
lias been connected with the stage
there almost over since. Mr. Hos
kin, with Miss Calville, made a stay
of a few weeks in Honolulu 12 or 14
years ago, and gave a series of
drawing room entertainments in the
old theatre,, on Hotel street. The
young lady just'irentioned, who be
came Mrs. Hoskin, lias been dead
about five years.
THE MARIPOSA'S DEPARTURE.
So many people were going from
here to San Francisco by the Mari
posa, Saturday evening, that special
interest centred in the steamer's
departure. The time announced
for her sailing, 5 o'clock, was ex
ceeded by nearly half an hour. The
delay was apparently occasioned by
the tardiness of Colonel and Mrs.
Spreckels, because nearly as soon
as they appeared and were aboard,
the order to let go the moorings was
given. The passengers from Aus
tralia and New Zealand had taken
part of the time of the vessel's stnj'
in port to visit the Pali and other
points of attraction, and returned to
tho ship laden with greenery, 'lhe
absence from the wharf of the Ro3al
Hawaiian Band was felt. A steamer's
departure without music is not so
pleasant ns with music. The Mari
posa glided out of the harbor in the
twilight. She carried from here 40
cabin passengers and considerable
PROGRAMME OF FESTIVITIES.
The programme of the festivities,
to bo held in honor of the 49th anni
versary of His Majesty the King's
birthday, is as follows : On Tues
day November ICtli, Grand Recep
tion and Hookupu from 10 a. m. to
4 i m. In the evening of the same
day, there will be fire works and
Honolulu Fire Department torch
light procession. On Wednesday
17th, Regatta, beginning at 9 a. m.
Thursday 18th, Historical Proces
sion, beginning at 9 a. m. At 1 r.
m. base-ball tournament, and at 7
r. si. Historical Tableau. On Friday
19th, in the evening, a Grand Ball.
On Tuesday 28rd, Grand Luau.
Saturday 27th, Horse Racing. Mon
day 29th, Military Parade, and on
Thursday December 2nd, State Din
ner. A BILLIARD MATCH.
The large billiard room at the
Hawaiian Hotel presented a novel
aspect last Saturday night. The
half dozen or so billiard tables usu
ally occupying tlio room had been
removed, and the now table on which
Mr. McCleery has been giving his
exhibitions placed in the center of
the room. This was surrounded, at
sulJicient distance to allow of free
movement around the table, with
sitting accommodation, nearly all of
which was occupied. The view was
shut off from the bar room by cur
tains. These changes had been effected
for the match game of billiards be
tween Mr. J. F. B. McCleery unci
Mr. B. Saylor. One dollar admis
sion was charged. The game was
500 points, and for a purse of 8250
and gate money. JUr. 1$. Ordcn
stcin ofllcintcd as caller, and Mr. J.
P. Bowcn as referee.
The play began shortly after 8
o'clock, (and was watched with in
tense interest from beginning to
end. Following is tho score by in
nings: McClcpry 0, 0, 182, 5, 22, 3,
5, C 22!!.
Saylor 0, 1, -1, 2, 211, 81, 0,
127, 260 500.
Mr. Saylor thus became winner,
by 277 points. The best of order
Mr. II. Townsend, of tho Hilo
Boarding School, has been suffering
from rheumatism, but iH now mend
ing. Judge Lyman Is on a circuit
around the island of Hawaii, in the
Interests of law ami justice. A num
ber of appeal cases will bo adjudi
cated by li'm on his return to Hilo.
l)ii. Flint's Hiukt lti'.Mi:r is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottlo, Benson Smith &
Co.,' Agents, 351
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS
at rcn-ouaijlu in icon til Volte's
ICE CREAM "f the ' urcblnml Won-c-et
quality fiom one quail In liny
quantity upwards ate delivered packed
in ice, lrom 11 o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
r.M., free of chargfi to any part In Hono
lulu and suburb; by the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory nnd Bakciy
tl.UU UINLY is me price ennrgeu
for Two Gallnns of any unvorud
rich nud always fresh mndo Steam Ico
Crcmiif guaiaiiieeil Id be absolutely pure
or no pry nt the Pioneer Steam Candy
.factory, iiaKeiy aim ice i;rcam uniiins.
Practical Confectioner and Orna.
mentcr. Hotel St., But. Fort & Nuuauu
bU. Hawaiian and Bell Telephones,
No. 74. 41) tf
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 02 Ot.
A Woman's Sidings and
A. "Voices from Austria.
Near the village of Zuiingdorf, In
Lower Austria, lives Maria Huns, on in.
tultlgcnl anil Industrious woman, 'nliosc
story of physical sulloilng alul final re
lii-f, as related by herself, Is of interest
to English women, "1 was employed,"
she says, " in the work of n largo farm
house. Ovcr-work brought on sick
headache, followed by a deathly faint
ing and sickness of the stomach, until I
vni uuablc to retain either food or
drink. 1 was compelled to take to my
bud for several weeks. Getting a little
better from rest and quiet, I sought t
do some work, but was boon taken with
a pain in -my side, which in a little
while seemed to spread over my whole
body, mid throbbed In my every limb.
This was followed by a cough and
Hhmluci of breath, until finally I could
not sow, and I took to my bed for the
second, and, as 1 thought, for the last
time. My fi lends told nu that my time
hud nearly come, and that I could not
live longer than when the trees put on
their green nee more. Then 1 happen
ed to get one of the Sclgcl pamphlets.
I read it, and my dear mother bought
me a bottle of bcigul's Syrup, which I
took exactly accoiding to directions,
and I had not taken the whole of it be
fore I felt a great change for the better
My last illness began June 1883, and
continued to Aimust Uth, when 1 began
to take the S3 nip. Very soon 1 could
do a little light wink. The cough left
me, and 1 was no more troubled in
h entiling. Now I am perfectly cured.
And oh, how happy I ami 1 cannot ex.
press gratitude enough for Selgel's
Syiup. Now 1 must t-ll you that the
docto'b in ourdistiiLt (itstriiiutcu hand
bills cautioning people against the
medicine, telling them it would do them
no good, ami many weie thereby inllu
diced to destroy tiie Scigcl pamphlets;
hut now, wherever one is to lie found, it
is kept like a lelic. The few preserved
are borrow al to leiul, and have lent
mine lor six miles aiound our district.
People have come eighteen miles to gel
me to buy thi medieine foi them, know,
ing that it cuied me, and to lie sure to
get the light kind. I know a woman
who was looking like death, and who
told ilium thero was no help for her,
that she had consulted several doctors,
but none could help her. I told her of
Scigel's Syrup, and wrote tho name
down for her thai she might make no
mistake. Shu took my advice and the
Syrup, and now she is in peifent lualth,
and the people around us are amazed.
The iiiudlclnu has m.ulu such progress
In our neighborhood thai people say
they don't want the doctor any more,
but they take the Syrup. Sullciers from
gout who were confined to their bed and
could liurdly move a linger, havu been
cuttd bv it. There is a girl in our dis
trict who caught a cold by going
through some water, nnd was in bed live
years with costiveness and rheumatic
pains, and had to have an attendant to
watch by her. There was not a doctor
in the surrounding districts to whom
her mother had not applied to relieve
her child, but every one crossed thum.
selves and said they could not help her.
Whenever the little bell rang which is
rung in our place when somebody is
dead, wo thought surely it was for her,
hut Selgcl's Syrup and Pills saved her
life, and now she is as lualthy as any.
hody, goes to chuich, und can work
even in the fields. Everybody was us.
touisl-cd when they saw uer out, know
ing how many years she had been in
bed. To-dav she adds her gratitude to
miuc for God's mercies ami Scigcl's
Syrup. Maiiia Haas."
The people of England speak confirm
ing the above,
-A-l'tor Hevural Yours.
"Stoke Ferry, January Dili, 1881.
"Gentlemen, l havu used Siegul's
Syrup for several years, and have found
It a most clllcacious nun ily for Liver
complaints and general deblliiy, und I
always keep some by me, and cannot
sneak too hichlv in lis nr.iini 1 re
main, yours truly, Harriett King." -
..Vltoi' Hlxteon "Voiii-h.
"05, NeA-gale Stieet, Worksop, Notts-,
"Gentluniui, It is with thu greatest
of pleasure I accord my tcilinouy as to
the elllcacy of Mother Seigel's tyrup.
My wife, who has bufiercd from acute
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of your Syrup, I have sent pounds In
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gan to think she was Incurable, until
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A-fter Muny Yniu-n,
"Wlilttle-lo.Woods, near Chotley,
"December 20, 1881.
"Dear Sir, Mother Seigel's medicine
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it speak highly In its favor. We had a
case of a young lady that had been tiou
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Shu tells us that the pains wcro entirely
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'.THm 33fr!tw lmvi) looii
11 Ilford Koad Dispensary, Duklnfield,
May a, 1881.
" Dear Sir, I um lumpy to inform
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Increases here continually. Several of
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Look out for Something New and Interest
ing within a Few Days !
Nos. 6.3 ami G5 Fort Street,
HERE WE COME
finest Chiwtom Made
CLOTHING ANO FURNISHING GOODS !
Ever brought to theu Islands and which we will K'Ut the following
lfO Dozen BoysV Wool Suits, per suit,
Juuey " "
. Kinu r.iisines-t Suits,
' All Woo! '
Ex Kinc Black Dress
Working 1'ants, pur p
Alsoan Ex ra Fine Line of Men's and Boys'
rJClie OliejipeisL uiirt IScmL in tlic Market.
100 Dozen Unlnumlried Shiits, per
100 " Men s Finn Underi-lurls-,
line mes sun t, pur pitca.
All Wool Working Shirls, ' ' .
Slmw Hats, per piece
We are confident that these prices will satisly the most exacting.
We only ndvcrtiNc wlint we sneuii,!
Any uiiKutlfnctory 111-ticlo. niny be returned and the money
will be cheerfully refunded.
Remember the Blue Front,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KEOE1VED, THE FINEST LINES OK
Cnstom-mafle Cloti, Bents' Fmislins Gooils,
HA'IS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckwure.
Also, by repealed nud special rtipiisl, a fimill linoice or the finest hnnd.made,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable In thu
Impoi-toi' unci Deuloi- in
OHOOKEhY, GLAH-WAltr, IK
AUA'IK lltOW AK1) TIHWAHE.
Ageni Hall's Me and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
tar Store formerly ociuiii-l bv K NUT I, opr-oiitu Hpreckils & Co.'i Dank. t
Blacksmith Work :
79 & 81 Kin Street
JSutruiiccH irom IClnr iiikI ItKercliuut StM,
Every description of woil; In the ahoio lines performed In a flrt-l-cUti manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
tar-iicll Ti-hphoue, 07. -fctt 3i' ( .v) tSf- liell.Tlepuone, 107.
WON ! !
TO THE FRONT !
2 (0 upwards.
2 CO "
0 no "
IS 00 "
1 00 "
Extra valuotpir suit
" " " ' '
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
USE KUKNIBHINU 11 UUNVAItE,
Oli Rose Premises,
Crystal Soda Worts
Ginger Alo, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade tfartapnrllln
Fruit 8j nips and K- se iccnnd
mndcfrnm the pure Apple, nil of which
wo guarantee to bo the bojU
Mr 'e iiImi liivltt nnrtius Intending
Ktanlir kioM-s lor the side of iced
drinks and wishing lountalu supplies,
to call on u, before going elsewhere.
ie Crystal Ma Works,
P.O. llox KS7, lloni'bilu.
Mer-IsM S. I Co.,
Tlie JBesst; Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
SteameriW. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TL'ESOAY, October COth.
The steamer tnsc nlonj: the cut he
coast of 'lie h-cwunl side of UnW'il, nf.
fording t"urits a panorama of clniiin.
ing seencr., at.d will stop at Kci lake,
kuu ljay. uheii- xiillli lent: lime i allow.
I'd to vUlt 1 hi- Monument of Captain
Touii-lsby I hi 'unite reach l'unnluu
it n o'clock" on .the dny alter leuiing
Hnn lulu, being only one night on the
ves-el, niuking"the rntiie passage in
smooth unter. At l'unnluu thrie 1- the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will be conveyed
by railroad to Pallida, (hence ly stage
coach in ll.ilf.wny Home, whuru bursts
.ind gulUo- will tic in nui'intaiice to con.
vey them to the Vol' alio.
Tourists will have two night and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, 350, which
includes all expemoi.
Apply to IIAHKY AltMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort stnet, or at the office of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Eipliiiimlc :i;0Hm
E. O. Hall it Son,(ntw isiuv) 100
Bell Telephone, UJ
O Drcwer & Co., lot
Woodlawn Dairy, Utl
.VniluUu Supir t'o., 07
Uar Mill, t.5
Ucciproclty SuurCo., f-0
Ice Uwipany. 3 87
Inter-Inhind S. N. Co , 105
L.A. TnUUSTON. Stock Ibokei
31 Mcrrlnint Stic-I K.l lj
Fis&slalBs, Bolts & Spikes.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Having fccuied thu Servlioi of
Geo. G. Stratemeyer
we arc prepared to execute all
House or Sign
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
The White House,
No,;ilfl 'inumii Hiioct,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Tcrum Itcasou.
able; Flrsuclas Accomuunlaiinnp.
M. W.FANDBI'8, Proprietor.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
P. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and linker.
71 Hotel ijt. "OUST Telephone 74
Store for Hunt, and Fix
tureH for Salo.
THAT desirable Store now occupied
by (he LADIES' HAZAAlt, 8b Fori
street, nud all thu Fixture, Gits Out,
&c, for tale. For further particular,
enquire on ilu- 1'icnibiH 410
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
FlftyO;utsn Month. '
281 DANIEL LOGAN, Pxouiltipr. iy