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mu gia.ii) g uuan.
Stmr Iwalanl from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Hkcllke lor Kahulul at 5 p m
Stmr Jus Makee for W'aluuac ami Kauai
Stmr Lcliua for Uamakua ntCpm
Sclir Mnna for Hawaii
Sclir Waloll for Kuan
Sclir Etnina for Kauai
Bk Ualbai leu for San Francisco
Sclir Hccla for ICoohm .-
Sclir Kawailanl for Koolau
Sclir Itnlubow for Koolau
Stmr Wnlnlcalc for Hainukua
l.'or Windward Torts, per
Kiuau, Nov. 1st For Volcano:
l3Klcliardsoii, MissGiilick, K1I Hol
mes and Dr II J Pratt. For llllo and
Intcrinediato ports: Hon F Pallia, His
Honor Justice Ij MeCnlly, Major A
ltosa, Hon Ii A Thuittoti and wife,
Jllss Pauline Fyfe. Mrs G 0 Williams,
Miss li P Low, Mis Low, II It lliteh
eock, Hairlson Hi others, F 11 Austin,
G E Whltaker, J K Kenton, 11 Webb, J
Kiibensteln. KK Hind and jvlfe, C E
Lewis, Kov S E IHshop, Miss Wetinorc,
Misses Afong (:t), W J Wright, and
about ISO deck.
Arrivals at San Francisco, from Ho
nolulu, Oct. 4th, Brig W. G: Irwin;
Oct 4th, Schooners Anna and Kosar o
froniKahului; Oct. Oth, Bktne Amelia
and Brig .1.1). Sprcckcls horn Hono
lulu; Oct. 14th, Stmr Wilmington; Oct.
18th, Brig Consucln, Bark Forest Queen
and Sell? J. C. Ford; Oct. l'JIh, Bilg
Haaul from Illlo.
Departures from San Fiancisco for
Honolulu, Oct. 17th, Brig W. G. Irwin;
Oct. '-'2d, v Bktne Mary Wiiikehnau and
Brig J. D. Spieekels.
To sail from San Francisco for Hono
lulu, Oct. 20th, Biig Consuclo; Nov.
Cth, Bark Forest Queen, and Brig Ha
zard for Hilo.
The Caibarlcn whicli was to sail to
day will wait for the sugar per steamer
The Surprise sails next week.
The Montague towed out tho schrs
Maua and Waloll this afternoon.
VESSELS IN PORfT
Bk Hope, Pcnhallow
Bk Star of Devon, Lovell
Bk Caiuailcn, Perkins
Bgtne Clans Sprcckcls, Drew
Bktne G C Perkins Ackennaii
Ger bark Paeillc, Oltinan
Biltbk Ironerag, Jones
Bktne Discovery, Lee
American baik Saranae, from New
York, salledJuly lath, due here Nov. 18
30, to Castle te Cooke.
Brit bark W 11 Waton, from Liver
pool, sailed June 0th, duehcic Octobei
iOth-Nov 1st, to Schacfer & Co.
Am bk Maitha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengaber, Itolleston, from
Liverpool, chie lieie, Jan 1C-31, to
Davies & Co.
Bilt bark Maitha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 0, due lerc Jan 15-30,
to Schacfer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampoon, Marston,
from the Colonies, due hero in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Dec IBM, to
Castle & Cooke.
The following is from "Williams,
Diraond & Co.'s circular of Oct. 23,
Sugar. On the 7th inst. tho Cali
fornia Refinery reduced their prices
on all white's Jc. per lb. and ic. per
lb. on Yellows, and the following
day tho American Refinery advanced
their prices -c. per lb. on whites
and ic. per lb. on Ex. c.
This makes the prices of the
former $c, below the American on
Cube, Crushed, Powdered and xx
Drv Granulated, 4c on Plain Dry
Granulated and Ac. on Golden C. and
Ex. C. The "American Refinery
quote Dry Granulated at Gc. Ex. C.
Sic. and'Goldcn C. 5c.
"it is reported that the California
Refinery is running short of raw
sugars, and cannot supply the de
mand, which accounts for the above
difference in prices.
Eastern and Foreign Markets.
We have very little to note of interest
in theso markets, whicli have con
tinued dull since our last report, and
prices have declined both in New
York and London.
Our latest mail advices of the 13tu
inst. state that the demand for raws
has continued light and the business
transacted has been of little import
ance. The following changes have taken
place in the Cuba Basis hero since
the 1st inst. Oct. 2nd Basis 5 for 90,
12tli 5 3-1G, 18th 51 and 20th 5
Latest telegraphic advices from
Now York of to-day, quote valuo
of Cuba centrifugals 90 test at 5
3-1 Gc. with buyers at that figure.
New York nmiket htcady.
London beets 88 per cent test
Rico. Under heavy importations,
mice has declined to -lie, 00 days.
Latest advices from Now Orleans
report a damaged crop. Damago
stated to bo about 100,000 bags, and
prices likely to be higher.
JACKSON. At Palama, on the 2'Jth
October, to the wife ofGeorgo E.;Grcs
ley Juekf-oii, Navigating Lieutenant,
Royal Navy, a daughter.
CLARK At Kuuluwela, iu this city,
on the Ut November, to tlio wife of
Chailes II, Clark, a sou.
This Government schools will close
for one wrok in eominonioniliaii of
' His Majesty's birthday, boginping on
Monday, November 15th, and ie
opening on tlio followiug Monday,
' LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Hon. Junius Kane is gazetted Reg
istrar of Conveyances.
Tin: water-boat and tlio two adven
turous lads nio at Wniauno.
A SOUTHEIU.Y brcczo was blowing
this aftei noon,ti)iiking tlio atmosphere
Tin: "Fiiond" is out, wilh tlio
usual amount of interesting matter,
and must be toad to bo appreciated.
Tim 55 Chinese passengers that
came -by the Alameda Sunday were
released from quarantine this after
noon. . '
Tin: one hour go-as-you-please
race, to take place at tlio Yoseniitu
rink to-morrow owning,' promises to
It is said that cither tho day of the
regatta will ho postponed, or the
llonolulii.s will use one of His Ma
' ' '
Tin: Hawaiian Band was greeted
by a largo audience at Emma Square
last night. The audience was le
waidcd by a splendid concert.
At 12 o'clock noon, on Saturday
next, four horses and two maies will
be sold at auction, at tho Govern
ment pound, Ivoholaloa, near the
Mil. Justice McCully has gone to
Wiuinen, Hawaii, to preside at the
Circuit Court. Mr. A. Kosa has also
gone to represent tho Attorney-General.
Tin: Library Association has just
received a contribution of books
horn Itcv. Dr. Hyde, also Cyclo
pedia of Univeisal History (II Vols.),
from Mr. II. G. Crabbo.
Mr. C. Gray and Mr. T. W. Haw
ling have amalgamated .their soap
interests and businesses, and have
become, combined, the "Hawaiian
Soap Manufacturing Company."
W. II. Place has again opened his
Free Beading Boom, at the corner of
Maunakca and Beretania streets,
where all the Eastern and European
papeis and magazines can be found.
Tin: Hawaiian Band will play at
Kakaako Branch Hospital to-morrow
afternoon, at II. It. II. Princess
Liliuokalani's lcccption Thursday
afternoon, at tho Queen's Hospital
Friday afternoon, and at Emma
Square Saturday afternoon.
Tun patrons of Mr. J. II. Sopor
(formerly Oat lie Co.) and tho read
ing public who desiro the special'
Christmas numbers of the American
and European pictoiial papeis,
should send their oidcis to Mr. Soper
before the departure of the next
mail, bo as to insure the orders being
THE EMPEROR OF JAPAN.
To morrow, November 3rd, will
be 34lh birthday anniversary of
His Imperial Majesty the Emperor
of Japan. The present Emperor is
the 123rd of an unbroken dynasty,
which was founded GGG years B. C.
The overthrow of the Taikumu
Government and the restoration of
the Imperial one took place in 18G7.
ROBBERY AND ARREST.
Tuesday evening of last week,
Mr. Miller, cabinet maker, with his
wife, went out to their Sea View
residence, Metcalf street, beyond
Punahou, and while there placed in
a drawer for safe keeping 8115 in
gold coin, three $10 bills, and $90
in silver coin. On the following
Thursday Mrs. Miller, while out at
the house went to the drawer to get
some change, and to her dismay,
found it all gone. On examining
the jewelry box, she discovered tlio
jewelry also gone. She immediately
locked up the house, and coming to
town, notified her husband of the
robbery. The jewcliy box was
robbed of a lady's watch and chain,
two sets of earings, an old silver
watch, and a gold locket. The
household silver-ware, which was
near at hand, was not touched. The
oltl watch was sold to Mr. Thomas
Lindsay, jeweler and watchmaker,
Nuuanu street, a week ago last
Saturday, which fact plainly shows"
that the house was twice entered.
It is very probable that hail Mr.
Miller looked into tho jewelry box
Tuesday night, ho would have
found no jewelry there. It seems
that Mrs. Miller, when leaving
the house, would lock up all
tho doors and windows and hide
the front door key some where
outside. Tho robber most likely
watched where tho key was hid, and
when the coast was clear, had no
dilllculty in entering the house.
The robbery was kept pretty quiet
m hopes of catching the culprit un
awares. Tho police worked dili
gently, and were successful in over
hauling the robber this morning.
Frank Davis, a half-white carpenter,
was caught at Kamoiliili, Waikiki
uka, this morning, lodged in jail
and charged with the above job
bery. It appears that Davis had
been sporting at Waikiki with plenty
of money, and a number of wojncn
of late. lie was carefully watched
and nicely captured. Ho is booked
for larceny, and will bo tried next
MOSIMY, KOV. Ibt,
Drunkenness ; Kekaliuua, Jas.
Smith, John Iteinpcl, 111, Khun, Jap,
S. Mniluii, Hiuialo, Julia, Ttiaalo
and Solomon, $G each ; Napollona,
costs S 1 anil hard labor 21) days j
Jas. Moras, $0.21).
Disturbing quiet of tho night;
Keaweapiiifii, Aliiolani and Antonio,
Heedless driving A?so, $7, ftlso
Licensed to be cancelled; Thos.
Having opium unlawfully in pos
session; Kula, $51 and hard labor
one month ; Ah Clioy, not. pros,
entered ; Ah Nam, S53 and hard
labor 20 days appeal noted.
Assault and battery; David TCu,
Wilder's S. S. Co. vs. KauUile
hua; deserting contract service,
ordered to return to employer; costs
II. G. Blarl vs. Max Eekarl; as
sumpsit for S35. Judgment for
plaintiff, costs 3.80 added.
The schooner Henrietta, Dexter
master, has been seized by tlio Rus
sians, and charged with scaling in
their waters. The schooner Clara
Light, tender to the steam whaler
Alliance, is reported lost in the
Arctic. The Clara Light was of
125 tons burden, and valued at
$13,000; insurance, 10,000. She
was caught in the pack and aban
doned, the crew going on the Alli
ance. The cutter Bear reports the
following catches: Orca, 11; Ba
laena, 4 ; Bolviderc, 2 ; Lucretia, 5 ;
Narwhal, -1 ; Thrasher, 3 ; Mary &
Helen, 1; Grampus, 0; Alliance,
1 ; Ocean, 1 ; Abraham Barker, 3 ;
Wanderer, 0 ; Sea Breeze, 4 ; Mars,
1 ; Northern Light, 1 ; Helen Mar,
3 ; Reindeer, 1A ; Hunter, 1 ; Stam
boul, 0 ; Young Phoenix, 4 J ; Dawn,
3; Mary & Susau, 1; Bounding
Billow, 0 ; Andrew Hicks, 2 ; Fran
cis Palmer, 0 ; Arnolda, 3 ; Atlantic,
0 ; Jas. Howland, 1 ; Fleetwing, 0 ;
Hamilton, 2 ; San Jose, 1 ; and
Iledalgo, 0. The above catches are
up to September 2Gth. On October
1st, the Coral had- 2 whales, the
Eliza, 2 ; and the Ohio, 9 ; these
threo last named were in the Behring
Sea Fleet. The Bear also reports
the schooner J. A. Hamilton put
ting into Ounalaska with 2 whales.
The Hamilton was out of water, and
four of her men were sick. A por
tion of the crew of the bark Mem
non being sick, six men from the
Bear were sent aboard, and the
Memnon made ready for sea.
the month of Oct.,
The total number of deaths leported
for the month of Oct. was 45, distri
buted as follows:
Under 1 year...'. 3
Ft om 1 to 0 4
Fiom 5 to 10 0
Fiom 10 to 20... 1
Fiomso to :;o... 5
. Males, 20-
From .'10 to -10..
From 40 to r,0. .
From 5(1 to 00. .
From 00 to 70..
CAUSE OV DKATIt:
Dis. of Kidney.
Dis. of Lungs. .
Dis. of Heart.
Dis. of Biain.
Number unattended "..9
COMl'AltATIVK MONTHLY MOUTALITY:
Annual death rate per 1000 for mouth
SICKNESS IN THE SCHOOLS.
School. Scholars. Sick.
Foit Sticet School 155 3
Boval School 319. ..v.... 5
Pohtikalua School 93 0
St. Louis' College uo report.
Preparatory School no repot t.
J. II. IlltOWN,
A"cnt Board of Health.
Gov. "Warren of Wyoming in his
annual reports complains that bona
fide settlers and pioneers are not
properly protected iu their land
IF YOU wish to obtain real good Ico
Cream in Honolulu, obicivu the fol
Whore? At No. 85 Ilotel Street, near
Who? The Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
II. J. Hnrt, proprietor.
How? By Telephone Mutual, 338,
Bell, 182. 73
' l)n. Flint's Heakt Kemeuy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 1151
DELICIOUS Fruit Ices and
7U ICE CREAM of tho Purest and llich
cs'l quality fiom one quart to any
quantity upwards uru dclimid packed
in lee. from 11 o'clock A.M. to 0 o'clock
r.M., fruo of charge to any part In Hono.
lulu anil suburbs by the Piooeer Steam
Candy Factory and llukery.
C&5.00 ONLY I1 the price charged
p lor Two Oullons of any flavored
i. .....l ...... a.... f.li .i.fuln li. in,, Tnn
ricu uuu uimhjd ntDit .I.M..U w... w
Orenni, miaranieed to lie absolutely pure
or nop iv at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory. Hnkery and Ice Cream ltooms.
' ' F. IIOBX.
Practical Cont'ectloiu'r and Ornii.
menter, Hotel St., llet. Fort & Nuuanu
bU. Hiiwollun and Hell Teleplioncs,
No. 74. 40 tf
OINCE I lc't Iho Fasti Never tasted
O better Cakes) as at tlio Emtk.
There sou will alwaya Had a great vurlc
ty of Fa cy. Plain, Fruit, Jelly, Pound
mid many oilier kinds of Cakes. Wed
ding ntid llndal Cakes made to order.
I'iotukb Frames and Comicps
imiiio to order, old I-'rames ropuiied,
regilded, etc. King JJros", Ait Storp.
Telephone 3 in. l'. o. no. au7. t
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS, TEVDIE nt ETAUIfll! ! j
Ill Fort Street,
Have just received ex Brlllh hark " Iron Crag," a line assortment of
Crosse & BlackwelPs and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
Off esc & lUnckwcir (lord, consisting of Mixed Pickles, Pickled Onlmii, .lams
Telllc, Anchovy Paste, Piite a (liable, Bh ater P.iMe, Po tod Beef, Polled
Tongui, Polled limn ntid Chicken, Potted Gnme, Ikvlllod Hi m, tins Sheep
Tongues, tin collared Ox Tongues, Large tin Bologna hniHimi s Pi Hippo &
Canuml's Tin tiled Pale Partridges, do Quail, do Larks, do S. ipis, do ond.
coi ks, do I loei'; 1 1 lb tins Carroway Seeds, Hollies MiijonnuiseSaure, Mi.sk
rf m Catsup, John Bull Sauce. India Soy, Essence Anchovle-, licnpal Cliutni-y
Tomttu lon-civ, Bottles French Trullles, French Ollvi-, puniMi Olives.
Piirni ison Lhuise, .Ionian Almonds. Pliihlpe &. Ciiniuid' Trullled IMu ile M
i.riis.Tint whole Roast l'nittldgc, doGiouac.dn Phensn'sI In I luselsSpiouls,
Tm S.ige and Onions, Preserved Mushrooms, 1 lb tin i urried Fowl, I lb tin
t!io.se Ja Illnckwull's Asparagus, 1 lb tin Beef Marrow Fat. I It) Jimcvd linn'.
1 lb tin Mince Meat, -lh tin English Arrowroot, 1 lib tin Fillets of Soks, Mb
tin Prawns, Heal Yarmouth Uloaters, Mb tin Freh tod Woo, 1.1b tin Knglbh
Spiced lkef, 2-ili Bottle Frcnrh Plums, J(.lb tin Clmiiip'gnoii'. 'J oz Bottlu
Caput Caputs, 1 oz do, Jj-lb Bottles India Cmry Powder, 4 ia do. I'lillllro fc
Ciinnnd'H Petit Pais, 1 lb lin Crosse & Ulnckwoll's 0 all Soup, do Mock Tor.
tie Soup, tlo.lulleuiiu Moiip, no unicKcn uroui, i-io nil .iniiiigiiiiiwny noun, no
Grouse Soup, do Giblet Soup, do Hot Potch Soup, do ucctnlilu Soup, do
Cockle Lekio Soup, do Green Peas Soup do Multou Broth, do Smipiuul Houilli
to Urnst Fowl, do Cartels, do Parsnllis. do Turnlli". do Onions, 'vlh tin Black
l.i'lnifctnivlilro Mushrooms. Lib tin
Beer, do Hulled Minion, do llnrrlcot Mutton, do htcweil Kidney, do Ciilfshead,
do t nlfslieiiil and Ham, do ltoat Multou, do Ronst Veal, Lib tins Iloiled Beef
do Boiled Mutton, .lurn Salteil I ripe.
T. Mortons Goods.
scrnii I.liut! .luice.
and Milk, do Moored Chocolate and Milk, Tius Smith'- Collec mid Milk, do
Cocoa and Milk, Sinull Bottles Smith' Kssence Cnll'ee, Tln Patent Gro its,
Mb tins Syniliigl u Pea Flour. Jf-tins
Oiitmeiil. lf.ll) naneis Kdd's
olale, ,y.lb packages; l.ti lb tins Coioutimi, 3 0 do do.
1 lb tins lJenrl Sngo, do itround liiee, do Fluke Tapio
no. uo (.trounii nice, tin
sage, Small Tins Oxford baustigcs, Mrge tins do, Ooii-nmn Migiisii Jiusinni
iu Untiles, do In Tins, Dried Thj me, Dried Sauni, Savory, Dried Mnijoraui,
i tin-i Plu-pon Pie. Cucnne Pconcr. tillits Sunerior Table Vlnuunr. Lmiim's
Kilnm flhe.se. Hotlle, f)u &. Martin's Llnuid Slioe Blacking, Tins do l'nsle
do, U-lln Potted Ham and Tongue, M-thi Potted Tuikey and Tongue, Pints
Durci's French biilnil Oil, J.pliits do. Ciosso & Ulnck well's Sal ul Oil, and
much more too numcious to mention, all of which we ofl'ur for -alc at riason.
able ligures. Fresh Ice House Goods by Every Steamer.
To bo held I i honor of tlio
of His Mnjcily the Ling's llirtl.diiy.
Tuesday, November 16th.
Grand Retention ttiul Hookupu, fiom
10 to 4 o'clock, nntl in the. cvenititr File
Works and Honolulu Fire Dtp irtment
Wednesday, November 17th.
Itcgiittn, fn m 9 o' lock, a. m.
Thursday, November 18th.
llisloiical Pincetsion fiom 9 o'clock
Baseball Touiii-mient, from 1 o'clock
Historical Tableaux, from 7 .i'clock
Friday, November 19th.
Graud Ball, evening.
Tuesday, November 23rd.
Monday, November 29th
Thursday, December 2nd.
Slate Dinner. 08tf
Having Feciiied tlo Services'of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
ne.aie picp.ired to execute all
House or SSig"M
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
0l i net: ma Iter
No. 0!) Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
CaneB and Walking StickB,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Cuitiiiii Poles, &c.'
mini ( ot llic latest designs. ,
AT THIS ANNUAL MHKTINQ OP
tlm StoeUioldriB of tint Pari lie
Sngnr .Mill, iliu follcwii g ofllcers were
duly e'ectt'd for the ensiling jenr:
V. A. SrilAKFP.It ; : : Piwldent
.1. HOTIXO : : : i : Tiensiuvr
II. ItliNMKS : : : : : Seeit'tary
.1. H. PA'I'V : i : i : Auditor
II. IIKN.ILS, Seeietary.
Honolulu, October 0, 18SI1. 70 Ot
Star or Devon,"
Oa her return from FitnniiiK's Island
(between Dec. 1st and lrith) will bo ready
lor charter tq any port. Applications
itcelved from today at Iho PACIFIC
NAVIUA'HON W)M OFFICE.
Fresh Trine, do Irish Slew, do Alnmode
- . !.i-Oailni)iiHMu(,atels, Oiiaris Mont.
i.LIni Woretsterslilri! Sauce, Pints do do, .j tins Cocoa
Vim Houston's Cocoa, ii lb Villi S-colcli
uomeoD.iinie uocon. -io iins nnivs vaiiiu i, uuue.
UuMcj's Iviillo ronsn,
imuko lanocn, no uiiiniiriiiuu n.iu
ler-Islaiu S. I Co.,
Tlie Best 3R.oii.te
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer VV. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
FRIDAY. November oili.
The steamer pas-us iilonn the t'litiie
coast of ihe lcownrd side of fliiwil, af.
lording tourists a panorama of charm,
inc scenery, nnd will stop nt Kenbikc.
kua Bay, whoio sulllcieiir lime is allow
td to visit tho ACouiuucnl of C.iptain
Tourists by lliis tonic reacli Punaluu
at 5 o'clock on the day after lcawug
Honolulu, being only i.no niglii on the
vessel, making the enliie pingu in
smooth water. At Pniuiluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will bo conveyed
by railioad to Pahala, thence by stnge
coucli to Half-way House, wliciu homes
and guides will lie in attendance to con.
vcy them to the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the lound trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHRY ARMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or nl tlio office of the I. I. S.
N. Co., Kspliiiindo. prill Gin
Crystal Sola forte
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Sotla, Lemonade, Harsaparillii
Fruit Syrups nnd Kunt'us ami
madcjfrnin the pure Apple, nil of whicli
we guunuilre to Im the bel.
Qr Wu nl'o invite piiitiis intending
starting stores lor the ml is of icitl
drinks and wihliiui; loiiiitnin supplies,
to call on us before goine; elsewhere.
flu Crystal Soto Works,
P.O. I Sox :!7, Honolulu.
slates, Bolls kUlhi
II. ITAOKFKLD & Co.
TWO corrAOKs, Con
ner Niiiiiiiiii and School Sts.
Ali-o ono PoIIiil'ii In AdatnV
Apph to II. WATKltHOUbK.
How'nOiiiriuKoMiinf'KCn., ci W 100
E. 0. Hall it Son.fiu w ib5U() 100 100
Hell Teleiilioiut, 0 ',!'. 10
O. IJrowcr & Co., ' 101 1P0
Woodlawn Daily, I'll 100
Wailiiku Sugar Co., !7 100
Widmaniilo, 165 100
Star Mill. l.'t BOO
Keclproclly Sugiu Co., Ml KIT,
Ico Company, 87 100
Intcr.lBlnnil 8, N.'Co., 103
L. A. THUHSTON, Stock liiokei
3B Mcrchuut Street. 101 ly
I Llfll IX Ul I fwlSIUll ii
Oni- Entire Stock imi8t bo sold out by December 1st, 18S6.
Goods will bo marked down at. Cost.
ITO HUMBUG I
The Sale will commence Monday Nov. 1st
Gent's, Boys', Youths and Children's
Gent's "Furnishing Goods and
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 NIGHT, up to the 531st of December. We
invite the general public to note the GREAT BARGAINS
we guarantee. uooas aoia Tor
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street,
HERE WE COME TO THE FRONT !
CLOTHING AND FMSR 000DS !
liver brought to thee Islands and width t will tcll.iit tlio following
KiO Dozen Boys' Wool Suits, per suit
Men's Fine Business Suits, per suit
" " All Wool Extra vn1uu.pt r suit
" Ex Fine Ulnck Dre " " " ' "
' W orkiug PauiK, per pair
AIeo an Kx'ra Fine Line
U?lio OlieupcHt ntl
100 Dozen Unlaumlrictl Sliiits, prr piece .?
101 " Men b Fine UniltTfliirts, per piece
IllO ' ' " " bite Dre-ts Shirts per plica I
100 " " All Wool Working Miirtf," ' 1
r0 " " Straw Hats, per piiet .
7.-1 ' Hoys' " " " "
Wo are confident that theie prices will satisfy tlio most exacting. , "'
We only imIvctUko ivliut wo inonn !
Any iiiiMiitiiavtoi'y nftlcle may lie ictnriinl nndllie niouey
will be cheerfully refunded.
Remember tho Blue Front,
r:i i in
EGAN AND CO.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINKS OF
uiston-oafle Mm, .Ms' Ming Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neekware.
Aho, liy i imitated and ftpet-iiil nquiBl, a mi nil lnolco of the tinftl linniLiimde,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable in ll
The White House,
IN'o. 1 lhlNiiuitnii Mlreol,
Honolulu, II. 1.
Private Family Hotel; Tcrnm IteoHon.
able; First. t:lusn Atx-onuuotiiiiioni..
II. W, FANDBUS, Proprietor.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HOUN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook anil Haker.
71 Hotel St. $tar TclenUone U
Hats, at Cost.
Opposite Irwin & Co'a
2 TO opioid
J 50 "
of MenV and lloyt'
HoHt, in tlio XtirUct.
fiO upwnids . j--
50 " j ,
15 " , -- ' '
5u ' :-!?
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
u Knttein untikfls
WEMER & CO.
NO. 0 Ob-Oll'X'' HTHKKT.
Cont-tulilly on blind a lure iiBsornnent
of every di-jicriitli n of Jewcliy, Wmcbc,
Gold ami Silver Plalcd Ware. &c.
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Hera td"
, Fifty Cent n Jlonlli.
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