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MONDAY, NOV. 1. I88(i,
Sclir Luka from Puna
S S Alameda, 0 days, 17 hours nntl -15
minutes from Sim Francisco
Stmr 'Ins Makeo from Kapaa, tlnnnlcl,
Stmr Wuhileiile from Uatnakua, lln-.
vnll, via Lnlminn
Am bkltio Discovery. J Leo, from Sim
Frniielsho.via Mahiikona, Hawaii
Sohr Miiuuoknwnl from Kouluu Oabu
Scbr Emma from ICaunl
Scbr Caicrhia from llaunlcl
Selir Kob Hoy from"ICoolau Oabu
Stinr I.cliua from Wlutlwnrd Ports
Stmr Kluau for Windward Ports aud
the Volcano nt-1 i. m.
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl
Sohr Mtum for llouomu
Scbr Wulull for Ivttati
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Jlk Unllmrlcu for San Francisco
Stmr Likellko for Kabulul at 5 ji m
Sttiir.lus Makeo for Walanao and Kauai
tit 1'J . .
Stmr l.eliua for Uiiiuakua at 5 p m
From u circuit of Kauai, per stmr Jas
Mukee. Oct. :)Ht Her Excellency Gov
erness Lanlbau and four ervniit&, W II
Klcc, II Wsiterhoite. W W Watei bouse,
S W Wilcox and mju, 11 W Diniond, J
Vhtcklc, J 13 Buh, C Dannenbauscn, 3
Chinese and 47 deck.
From San Franclco, per steamship
Alameda, Oct. Hist Mrs G Williams.
Jas Gay, MUs.P Fife, Mrs W 1) Alexan
der and two daughter, Jas Dotid and
wife, Mls GusMo Lemon, Miss .1 Judd,
O 11 ISUhop, Mrs Win Horner and 3
children, Mi-s May Kirk, T. living, It
R Hind and -vviff. G E Wbitaker, E
Hutton, MU-f avnn.y. MUs Lamb, I)r
A U Carter. A II Mori is, U W Abbford,
L Cabot,- Mrs F W Schmidt, Mrs H P
Goodalc, J Howler and wife, J V Brad
lev, J Grace, II A voornian, C S Fishcl,
M"iss ltoc, Win King, Mrs Davis and
Infant, Miss Smith, Win Woon, Miss O
Smith, A W Smith, .1 B Alhertou, II J
Pratt and 81 steerage, and 120 in transit.
The American schooner Anna, Cap
tain C Christiansen, arrived at Knhului,
Maui, on Wcdne-day, October L'Tth, 18
days from San Fianclsco, with a full
cargo of general merchandise. She will
leave to-morrow with sugar for San
VESSELS IN PORT.
Uk Hope, Pciiliullow
Ilk Star of Devon. Lovcll
Ilk Caibaiicn. Perkins
Hgtne Clans Spreckels Drew
Bktnu G C Perkins, Ackeruian
Gcr bark Pacillc, Oltniau
Brit bk Ironcrag, Jones
Bktnu Discovery, Lee
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Rough weather prevailed at Koo
lau last week.
Tin: Ilamakua authorities arc
searching for opium.
Tin: Alameda received 351 tons of
coal yesterday and last night.
' JI. I. JAi-ANKsn Majesty's birthday
occurs on Wednesday, the 3rd instant
An immense throng of pcop lo
gathered at the Whirligig Saturday
Jlr.ssns. Mclntyio & Brother have
some fine pears, apples, and cran
berries. Mkbsiis. Lewis & Co. have left some
very pretty and nice llavorcd rosy
Two Chincso'lnipcrial plants came
by the steamer yesterday for Quong
Sam Kce it Co.
A lot of Portuguese liquor was
seized at Waimea, Kauai, last week,
Mit. F. L. Clarke lias changed his
residence to the Nuoije premises,
Tin: Y. M. C. A. book-kuaping class
will not meet this evening, Mr. Jones
being out of the city.
Nnws camo by tho btcamer Ala
meda yesterday of tho death of Mrs.
Jlagnin, a former resident of Hono
lulu. -. .
Tin: S. S. Zeiiluiidia is to sail from
San Francisco on the 10th inst. for
jthis port, and may bo expected licie
'on tho 17th inst.
Thosk who visited tho rink Satur
day night saw u long tail race a
Cliinaman with n long tail racing
about tho rink on skates,
AuauKT Drier, of Eleelo plantation,
Kauai, witli his wifo and his sister-in-law,
loft Germany for Honolulu Oct.
23, and may ho expected lieiu by tho
Tin: Woman's Board of Missions
will, meet in tho parlors of Fort stieot
church, Tuesday afternoon, at 2 :30
o'clock. Tho executive committed
meets nan an nour euniur.
Tin: following names aro entered
for tho ono hour go-as-you-pleaso
running race, at tho skating rink, on
Wednesday evening: .lames Tolbert,
Jas. Brown, Joo Caineio, and Win.
MiiHHitH. Lewis & Co., gioeors, liavo
received .such an immense shipment
of Grosso A- BlaokwoU's and .1. T.
Morton's gtocerics, by tho Iron Grag,
that it takes a considerable space of
to-day's Buj.i.ctin to give a inoio out
lino. Caitai.v LucoI( tax collector, hns
commenced tho collection of taxes
to-day. His odlco is in Kapuiiiwa
Halo, Queen street. All taxes not
liahl by tho 15th December next will
bo liable to an additional ten per
i-eitt and cost of collection.
The United States Oho Dollar bill
has reached Honolulu. It is n very
pretty piece of lithographic work.
Tin: htiltanilc dash between Dick
Davis' Mnlicl and Miles' Nnp, at the
Park, Saturday afternoon, Was won
by Mabel by about one length.
Tin: Pacific llestnurant, near the
wharf, ticutcd its patrons to flesh
California beef to-day, brotiRht down
by the Alameda on ice.
Tom Gannon, chnuipiou wi ostler,
Scott, champion bicycler, and Agin
ton, the fancy skater, wcio through
passengers by the Alameda this
morning for the Colonics.
Mil. J. II, Sopor lms on exhibition
at the door of his business picmises,
some advance samples of the coloicd
pictuics to appear in tho Chiistinns
number of the London "Graphic."
Tin: Honolulu Steam Laundry re
ceived 3,000 pieces of washing from
the Alameda yesterday at 10 a. m.,
and returned Ilium to tho vessel in
first class condition lit -1 o'clock this
Mi:, and Mrs. G. .1. Waller, who
left here on a trip abroad about two
months ago, have arrived safely in
England, their native land. Mr.
Waller is much inipiovcd in health.
A mi:i:tino of the First Division of
the Liliuoknlani Educiioiitil Society
will be held at 3 o'clock to-morrow
afternoon, in the loom of Kugiuo Co.
No. 1. Every member of tho society
is desired to be in attendance at tho
Lon Morris, piofessional billiaidist
oxtraoidinary, came by tho Alameda
yesterday. Lon Mortis thinks noth
ing of making a run of '1,000 points
at strait billiards. Mm lis lias come
here, firstly, for his health, secondly,
to give exhibitions, and thirdly, to
llliill mas at the Komun Catholic
Cathedral, at 10 o'clock this morning,
was attended by a very large audi
ence. The Sacrament of Baptism,
was administered at the close of tho
mas. Tho Bishop of Olbti olliciated,
assisted by Father Lenoro and other
Tin: Alameda sailed for Now Zea
land and Australia at about seven
o'clock this morning, after being in
port about 21 hours. She brought a
large cargo of height and n consider
able passenger list for Honolulu.
She also put aboard u large amount
of coal hero for her own consumption.
Oxi: of the iircmcu of lite Alameda
died on the passage between San
Francisco and Honolulu, and was
buried at sea. Tho man's name was
John Schroder, lie left a wifo anil
children in San Francisco. A purse
was made up for tho widow on the
steamer, and will be sent to her by
tho first opportunity.
Following arc the tendeis for the
construction of Mr. M. Molnerny's
brick building, corner of Merchant
ahd Fort streets : Lishinan, .145,500 ;
LuciiB, $14,782; Harrison Bros., $40,
408; Thomas, .f 10,000; McKenzio,
$39,0(14; Bcrtehuan, $39,420; Lin
coln, $38,500; Cavanagh, $35,893.
Tin: funeral obsequies of the late
Cliiefcss Abigail Kalola wore cele
brated yesteiday afternoon, at Ka
waiabao Church. The Revs. II. II.
Parker and J. Waiamau were the
oHiciating clergymen. Tho remains
were interred in tho cemetery adjoin
ing the church. An immense com
pany was in attendance.
DuitiNO the Band vacation three
Norwegians with violins, accompanied
by light wind instruments, furnished
music at the Yosemite rink. The
Norwegians, one an old man with
"specs," the other two of middle age,
sawed so earnestly on their instru
ments that they won the sympathy
of all. who watched them. They aro
strangers here, and wishing to intro
duce themselves, played at tho rink
two evenings without pay.
Mn. Houghton, who not long ago
was employed on tho S. S. Alameda
as ijuiirtur-nuiHtcr, aim who mis iiu
viineed to tho position of Second
Oilicer on the siuuu steamer, was
taken sick during this trip of tho
Alameda from San Francisco to this
port. Ho was taken ashore yester
day and will remain hero until 4bu
return of tho Alameda. Mr. Sanders,
proprietor of tho White House, has
taken Houghton's place for tho trip
to tho Colonies and return.
A i,i:ttku from Mr. E. Williams at
San Francisco says that Joo Gristlier
and wife, with a company, will arrive
heio on tho 17, by tho Zealandia.
Mr. Williams further says that Mr. J.
D. Spreckels has two companies on a
string for Honolulu, also a largo circus
that is coming from tho Eastern
States in January, and will stop at
Honolulu about 10 days. A. M.
Hioller, continues Mr. Williams, witli
a company is anxious to coino to
Honolulu. Prank L'Varnio and
company were to have come by tho
steamer yesterday, but they wanted
Wmi.i: workmen were digging for
relies at the foundation of the Salors'
Homo, Saturday afternoon, an old
timer said. "Years ago there was a
jail hero, mid among tho prisoners,
live or six in number, was the Into
Jim . Tho jail was inado of mud
with a giass loof. One day u whiil
wind camo tearing down tho valley
and demolished tho jail. All Iho
prisoners weio killed and an old ship
cm punter, named Thico Fingircd
.lack, got the job of making a eollln
for Jim. When J iiu was being placed
iu tho coflin ho camo to life, and ho
never got through paying for that
TitK lloiiolulu Yacht mid Boat
Club'u oxjiected nix-oiut'il race bqut
did not come by the utuuiuur yobtor-
tiny, and the olub 1b naturally an
noyed. Mr. Kodgers, tho builder, had
repeatedly promised by letter, that
the club would receive the boat by
the Alameda, but, instead of tho ex
pected boat a letter came saying that
Mr. Kodgeis could gel tho boat heio
no sooner than the Nth. In conse
quence of the disappointment, the
chances aio that the Honolulu Yacht
and Boat Club will take no pait iu
the Regatta. His Majesty Iho King,
on bearing the trouble, offered any of
his boats to tho 11. V. & B. C.
HONORS TO H. W. SCHMIDT, ESQ,
II. W. Schmidt, Esq., Consul for
Sweden and Korway, was received,
by special invitation, at the Palace
of Diu'ttninghohti, by King Oscar,
on the 27th of September, and dined
with the King, the Queen, Prince
Oscar, and Prince Eugene. In tho
evening, he was entertained at llas
senbach by Prince Oscar and the
olllcc.ra of the Vcrnadte.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
Mr. II. llcrger, Bandmaster, lias
returned from his vacation ot two
weeks at Hawaii, fresh and bright.
The. other members of tho Baud
passed their vacation at home, and
are prepared for renewed action by
tlieir rest. The strains that have
been hushed for two weeks, will be
heard again this evening at Emma
Square. Following is the programme
of the occasion :
March Welcome Faust
Overture A Sunuiicrtilght Suppn
Ballad Good Night ht
Selection Marco VUeontl Pctrella
Iva Ipo Lauac.
Medley Black Bilgadc Hover
Waltz SpiuiMi Melodies. . Waldtoufel
Galop Full Speed Itoliiu
Quadrille Madame Augot Lecoeg
Partuguese Anthem. Hawaii Ponol.
A prominent resident of this city,
intimately acquainted witli Hawaii
and her people, sends in the follow
We can imagine the fearful con
dition of general degradation and
ruin that is likely to come upon the
Hawaiian people when we knew
what is now going on in one school
district. We are assured on good
authority that in that Government
school the greater art of the
children, over ten years of age, are
regularly supplied witli opium by
the neighboring Chinese and de
bauched body and soul. God help
this poor people! What hope of
human intervention is there?
Shortly before noon this morning,
an exciting runaway occurred on Fort
street. One of the Hawaiian Hotel
express carriages was standing above
the shooting gallery, when the horse,
a California colt, began to kick.
The animal succeeded in breaking
one of the shafts, and becoming
frightened at it, bolted down town.
The driver, Archie Turner, remain
ed in the carriage, aud did his best
to subdue the animal. lie managed
to keep the runaway clear of all
teams, but when in front of Frank
Gertz's the carriage upset. The
driver, who was thrown under the
express, was dragged several feet
and considerably bruised. The
horse was captured and taken to the
stables, while the wrecked carriage
was taken to the doctor's.
Tin: chances of a European war
appear to have lessened, and the Bul
giuiau n flair may yet bo settled peace
ably. Nothing particularly startling
in that quarter.
The Czar of Russia is said to have
murdered one of his Chamberlains
iu a fit of auger.
Countess Van Ariiini, the insane
wife of Count Van Arnim, recently
fled from a private asylum in the
Black Forest, Germany. Monday
her body was found in the river
Miss Mary Anderson lias sub
scribed S2.500 for the benefit of the
sufferers by tho Charleston earth
quake, the net proceeds of her per
formances during the past week at
Dublin for that purpose.
The twenty-fifth annivesary of
Emperor William's coronation and
fifty-fifth anniversary of the birth of
Crown Prince Frederick William
wero celebrated at Berlin by the
The issue of standard silver dollars
from the Mints during the week
ending October 10th was 8801,904.
The amount for the same week last
year was $1,029,750. Tho ship
ments of fractional silver dollars
since October 1st amounted to
I)k. Flint's IIkaiit Hbmimjy Is a
Specific for ull forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. U51
TCE CREAM f tbo I'urebtiindllich
JL ett quality fiom ono rjuart to any
quantity upwards aro delivered packed
iu ice, from 11 o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
! u., free of cliurtju to any part in llono.
lulu and suburlm by tho Pioneer titcatn
Candy Factory and Bakciy.
(5.00 ONLY if tho price uhurgcil
IP for Two Gallona of any llnvoreil
rich and always fresh inado titcain Ico
Oieam, guaraniecd lo bo absolutely pure
or no pry at tho Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery and Ice Cream Uooiiih.
Practical Confectioner mid Orna
mcuter, Hotel Bt., llet. Fort & Nuuatiu
m. Hawaiian and Bell Tclo.diones,
No. 74. 40 ti
Picruiti: Frainus and Coriiicen
mado to order, old Frainus lopaiied,
rogililcd, ote. King Bros. Art Store.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 lVrt Street,
have just received ex HrltMi bark " Iron Crng," u line assortment of
Crosso & Blackwcll's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groccrios,
GffiESOifc Ulackwell'- Goal', consUthigof Mixed Pickles, Pickled Onhuis. .tains.
Je lloj, Anchovy Paste, Putc a diiblc, Blrater PaMe, Po.tul Beef, Pelted
Tongue. I'ottcd Hum aid Chicken, Potted Unnie, l)villcd Hi m, tins Sheep
Toi gin", thin collared Ox Tongiiis, Lnrge tin Hologra Sanaai8 P lllppu Si
CnniiiiilM Ttu filed 1'nie 1'iirlridgcr, do Qunil, do I. arks, do S ipes. do Wo id.
corks, do I'loverj 1 1 lb tins Cnrrowny 3ecil, Uotllex Mnj nnniilsu Satire, Ml sh.
room Caisup, Jehn HullSaurii. India Soy, Essence Anclinvli-, llenn! Clmtiuy
Tom ilo Lon-crv", Hntllc French Tnillles, French Ollvaj, Spanish Olives.
PiiriiHSDii Uicisr, .Ionian AluioniN. l'blllipc & Caniuid'- Tnillled P,.t ue fsls
'Irigrint whole HimH Pailildje,cloOiouiiu,d(i l'Iieairs, Tin l.iuelsSptouis,
Tin Sage and Onluas, I'resuivcd Mushrooms, 1 lb tin i utried Fowl, l Ihiln
CtoHet Uliiukwull's Ar-iarngii, I lb tin Beer Marrow Fui, 1 lb. lugged Ilnr,
1 lb tin Miaee Meat, $.lb tin KnglUli Arrowroot, I 111 tin Fillets ol Solts. Mb
tin Prawiu, Heal Yarmouth Bloaters, Mb tin Frf.li oil Itocs, 1 lb tin KnulMi
S iced Beef, 2-1 b Bottle Fienih Plume, UAh till Chump guoii , U oz Bottle
Caput Capers, it), do, J.h Bottles Iinlia Cutry Powdoi, A oz do. I lid he &
Canaiid's Petit Pals, 1 lb tin Crosse it BlacKwell'i 0 all Soup, do Mock T.u
tie Soup, do Julienne Soup, do Chicken Broth, Mb tin Mulligatawny Soup, do
Grouse jjniip, do Glblet Soup, do Hot Potch Soup, do eia'tubio mu, do
Cockle I.ekle Soup, do Urccn Peas Soup do Mutton Broth, do Soup and Until II
do Hi-nut Fowl, do Carrots, do Patsnlps, do Turnip?, do Onions, ,.lh tin Black
l.ulccttcrdilrc Mushroom-, Mb tin Fresh Tripe, do Irish Slew" do Atiimodo
Beef, do Built d Mutton, do Harrieot Mutton, do stewed Kidneys do O.ilfslic.id,
do I alfslienilaiid Ham, do Hoa,t Mutton, do Hunst Veal, -Mh'tlns Boiled Beef
do Boiled Mutton, .lars Silted Tripe.
J. T. Morton's Goods. ariooim Mtfiatels, -Ominous Mii'i-alels, Q nirU Mont
serial l,itne Juice, jg.l'lni Worcestershire Sauee, PinN do do, iln Cocoa
and Milk, do Moeru's Chocolate and Milk, Tins Smith'- Collce mill Milk, do
Cocoa anil Milk, SiihII Bottles Smllh's Kssencu Collce, Tin PdfnlOio t,
Mb tins Symiimt n Pel Flour, if-lins Van Houston's Cocoa, 2 lb Vnil scotch
Ontmcil, if.lb pnpi-is Kpp's Ilbiut op utile Coroi, 7-lb tlm KppN Viwilil i. Clioi:
"lute, .( II) piekiigcs 1.0 lb tins Couiatlna, !! do do. Oakley's Knile folMi,
1 lb tins Pciirl Sago, do (.round Ittce, do Fluke Tapioca, do Ciimhridgu Sin
Migui, Small Tin1" Oxlord Samages, L-irge tins do, Cnlt-innii Knglisb Muslim!
iu Bottles, do In This Dried Thyme, Dried Saiiin, Sivorv, Dried Matjoi.un,
lA liiH Pigeon Pie, Cayenne Pepper, pints Sil ei ior Table Vinegar, h ming's
Edam Clii'rsi-, Bottle I a & Maitin's Liquid Shoe Blacking, Tins do I'mio
do, '-liii Polled Ham aud Tongue, -tln Potted Tiirkev mid Tongue, Phils
Dunn's French Salmi Oil, j.plnts do. Cuxso it Blacks ell's S.il id Oil, ami
much more too uiimcioiis to mention, all of which we i fl'ei for s-de at iiason.
iiblu flume. Frash Ice House Goods by Evqry Steamer.
To be held 1 1 honor of the
of His Majesty the King's Birthd.iy.
Tuesday, November 16th.
Grand Bereiili n and Ilookuou, from
10 lo 4 o'ulouk, and in the evening Fire
Works mid Honolulu Firu Oip.irtnieiit
Wednesday, November 17th.
Itegtittii, t'rtm 0 o'clock, a. in.
Thursday, November 18th.
Histoiical Pioceision fiom 9 o'clock
Baseball Toiiiiiunent, from 1 o'clock
Historical Tableaux, from 7 o'clock
Fiiday, November 19th.
Grand Ball, evening.
Tuesday, November 23rd.
Horse Hue '.
Monday, November 29th.
Thursday, December 2nd.
Having teemed tlic Scrvhoor
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
uoaro piep.ired lo execute al
House or 85ig'ii.
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
No. Of) Hotel street,
Opposite International lintel,
Canes and "V7alking StickB,
Made of overy kind of
racket, Cornices, Curtain I'olea, i&c'
llliide ol till) Intent (IchIiiB.
A TTllR ANNUAL MPKTINa
XI the Stock holders of tint PanlJlo
Sngnr JUiil, l lie followh'K olllcer weru
duly c.ceted for thu eintuing jear;
F. A. .SriIAKFKH : : :' President
.1. HOTIXtJ : : : : : Treasuier
II. HKX.IKS : ; ; i ; Secretary
.1. 11. PATY : : : i : Auditor
II. 11KNJKS, Secretarv.
Hoiiohilu, October -JO, 1880. 10 fit
' Stavof Devon,"
On her return fiom Fanntnii's Island
(between Dec, 1st and lfitli) will lie ready
lor chaiter to any purl. Applications
received from today at thu PAOIFIU
NAVIGATION OO.Vi OFFIOK.
u"-iji ' iu 'MAi-LinM-K.tiK.u-'.u-!niiLmmiiniju
P. O. Box 297.
Mer-Islai S. I Co,
Tlie Best Xoi&fce
to the World Ueiiowutd
Volcano of Kiiauea
The now and staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a.m. on
MUD AY. November 5tb.
The Ftcamcr passes atom: the eutuc
coast of i lie leeward side of 1 lawn II, af
fording tourists a pnnoiania of dimm
ing scenerj, and will stop at lvcnlul'c.
kua Bay, where MilllcicM time i allow
ed to visit the Monument of Ciptain
Tourists by this ionic reach l'unaluii
at 5 o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only una night on the
vcscl, making the "entire parage iu
smooth water. At Piimiluu there i the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists i 111 ho conveyed
ly railroad to P.ihala, thence l.y i-tuge
coach to Half-way Home, where hois-es
and guides will he in attendance to con
vey tliem lo tlic Vol'-ano.
Touiists will have two nights and one
whole day at tho Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to IIABKY AUMITAGB,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort btnet, or at the ofllee of the I. I S.
N. Co., Ksplanade. iilOIlm
Crystal Soda Works
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, fa.japiirilhi
Fruit Syrups ami Ivsences and
uiadcfruu the pure Apple, all of which
we giruntitLC in bo tho font.
" We abo invil
slnriirg Unii'.. 4(,r tho mle
drinks and wii-hUifx inuiit'iin mpplies,
to Oil) on hi before going chewhere.
TIB Crystal Soda works.
P.O. Box :ifl7, Hon In.
Bell Telephone, : : 298
Mutual " : : : 330
U. IfAOKFELD & Co.
'I WO COITAGKS, rt)lt
ncr Nuiianii and Ki'liool Sis.
AIk) ii a t'otiui'c in Ailatn's
Lane. Apply to II- WATKHIIOUhli,
Hnw'nCiirriiiRoMnnf'cCn., c? Wi U'O
E. O. Hull & Son.Ouw lhiio)! 100 KK)
Bell Telophoiii', '.i:! 1"
C. Brewer & Co., I'll 100
Woodlawn Dairy, ! 100
Wailukii SiiKiir Co., tn 100
Walnuiniilo, 1C5 100
Btiir Mill.' UH oOO
HeolprocltyrhiKtirUn, O lOf.
Ico Coinpaiiy, 87 100
Inter.Isliind S. N. Oo., M
h. A. TIIUBSTON, Stock Biokei
33 Merchant Kneel. 151 ly
i mi m mrnjaj l ummtmmifr&&"r'Trmmmmtew'ilFvile'rtm!y'
SPECIAL NOTIGI !
Oar Entire Storjk must be sold out by December 1st, 1886
Goods will bu marked down at Cost.
The Sale will commence Monday Nov. Is!
Ilia Closing Sale of
Gent's, Boys', Youtlis mid Children's Clothing, at Cost.
Gent's Furnishing Goods and Huts, at Cost.
Dry Goods, Dry Goods, Dry Goods, at Cost.
Fancy Goods, Fancy Goods, Fancy Goods, at Cost.
Ladies', Misses', Children's and Infants' Underwear at Cost.
Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, at Cost.
Trunks, Valises, Satchels, etc., at Cost.
We also beg to state, that in connection -with our Clos
ing Out Sale, we shall have AUCTION SALES EVERY
SATURDAY 3STGI1T, up to the 81st of December. We
invite the general public to note the GREAT BARGAINS
Ave guarantee. Goods Sold for Cash Only.
S. COHM & CO.,
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, - - - Opposite Irwin & Co's
HERE WE GOME
l?AiiieHt Cuwtom Made
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS !
hvfi brought to Ihe.-e Iland and which wi- will fell.nt the following
110 Dozen Boj' Wool Salts, pcrmii .
100 " " Jersey
T.i " Jlen'a Fine Biisincs Suit,
75 ' " ' All Wool " hxtrnriiluu.pirMiU ami "
(H) " " Ex Kine Black Dies! " ' " ' ' 18 00
100 " ' (irking Paiiu, per p'tir 100 "
Alt-o an Ex ra Fine Line of MenV 111111 Ttovh'
'.Tho CUtMipcNt tind
100 Dozen Ui.liiunilried Shit ts, per piece
10) " Men b Fine UniUn-ltirU), per pivcu
IHO ' ' ' White Die-s Shirts per iii.c-j
100 " All Wool V( rkinir Miirls ' "
fiO " " tStinw Hats, pur piec
7.3 ' Boys.' " " " "
We nre confident that the o prices will MitUly tho most t-Mictirg-.
Wv tnily iilvL'rif what we moan !
Any wiinniln'ini.v nrticle nmy be rclnnic-d tint! the. money
will be vlic-i'rliilly rvliintled.
Remember the Blue Front,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KKCK1VKD, THE FJNKST LINES OF
Cnstouafle Mmi, Gents'- Furnish Goods,
IIA'IS, OAPtf, ETC , KTC.
LatvHt Styles und Novolties in Neckware. ,
Abo, by iiptateil nod .,ieliil request, a i-nuill linoice of ihe lhjt-t.1 band.made,
IVlost Durable Gents' Shoes
Olitnitiahlo in II
The White House,
'. 1 ItaSNiiiiiiini Hiretil,,
Hmolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Terms Benson,
able; Firsi.elaiii, Accoiiiinixlnlioin..
M. W, 8ANDEBS, Proprietor.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
71 Hotel St. -tar Telephone 74
FASHION ! !
Telle of FasMofl!
TO THE FRONT 1
$ 3 CO upwaids.
! SO "
per suit fi 00 u
IIoKt iu tho "Iurkt.
$ .10 iintv.iicls
. 1 50
. CO "
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
o Hasten niniknlx
WEMER & CO.
no. ua xoit-x HTmaia'X'. .
Coiiatiuillj on hand 11 lar;o ashiirluienl
of o fry destiiptidiiof Jewelry, Wmi be,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware. &e..
A Live Morning Paper,
"The Daily Herald
rjfl ConU n Month.
28 J DANIEL LOUAN, Proptletur. ly
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