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Ju gJnUjO S-HLvlhu
U Invln from San FinncKco
Bk Oaibaiien for San Fianelsco
Selir Ilecla for Koolnit w.
Solu K:iill!Uil for ICoolati
Schr Itnlnbow for Koolan
.Stnii' Walalealo for Itatnakuii
,Stinr Iwiilnni for Knunl nnd Nllhnu tit
5 p 1)1
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MOiinOW.
Ilk Hope for Pugct Sound
From Maul and Ilnwnli, vr steamer
Iwnlnnl. November 2d Wm 11 Bowell,
Mr G W O Jones and two children, A
1C .Tone:!, J Thompson, A K Steiner, D
J, Walla, Wong Wu Foy, and UU deck.
For Maul per steamer I.lkellke. Nov
2d Hlstur Bos-alla, 5li AVin Sheldon,
J T Alull and wife. K T Wilder. .T Nelll,
N MeDoiinott, and about 100 deek.
From San Finneleo, per Bgtnc W G
Irwin, Nov Hid W Campbell, .1 O
l)als and C steerage.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Iwalanl 2,10!) bagbj sugar, 157 bags
awa, 71 bag coffee. 0 pigs. 27 heads
cattle, and 120 packages miscellan
The otemncr W G Hall will sail on
her usual route on Fi Iday morning at
The tug F.lcti w cut out to tow the
"brlganttnu WG liwin iu at 11:15 this
morning. ,, ,
Thu Bgtnc AV G Irwin, J 13 MeCnl
loch, master, ai lived this afternoon 17
.days from San Francisco, with consider
able merchandise and ii deck load of
cattle. She is docked at the OSS
whaif. Had light south wiud all the
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Hope, Penhallow
31k Star of Devon, Loell
JJk (Jaibaiici), Pcikius
Bgtne Chili's Spieekcls, Dicw
Bktne G C Pel kins, Aokertnan
Gcr bark Pacific, Oilman
Blit bk honciag, Jones
Bktne Discovery, Lee
Anieiican bark Saranac, from New
Yoik. sailedJuly 13lh, dueheieNov. 18
30. to Cattle to Cooke.
Brit baik AV 11 Watson, fiom Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, duchcie Octobci
20th-Nov 1st, to Schaefcr & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M. Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
, Biitbark Glengaber, Itolleston, from
".Liverpool, due heie, Jan 15-31, to
jhivies & Co.
Biit bark Maltha, Fisher, fiom Glas
gow, sailed Sept 0, due lere Jan 15-30,
to Schaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due heie in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Tort Blakely, due heie Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Squids, fekipjncks and maninis,
were plentiful in the market this
The regular monthly meeting of
the Honolulu Kifles will be held this
G. S. Gray has been appointed
District Justice for the Island of
JUh. W. A. Kinney left for Kawni
hae, by the steamer Lehua, this after
noon. Tins benson's orange and coffee
crops on Hawaii, nie reported very
Don't forget tho one hour go as-you-pleaso
lace at the Yosemite rink
. . ..
Mil. ,Chas. Booth gives a luau at
Mrs, Long's residence next Saturday
afternoon, in honor of his 21st birth
day. Iokkpa Keknku Ihib been appointed
an Agent to grant marriage licences
for the district of Koolauloa, Island
PF.nKONH in want of cutaway car
riages and phaetons aie invited, to
call nt Mr. Hoyt's, corner of King
nnd Alakun streets.
The steamer Iwalani, which ar
rived yesterday, from Hawaii nnd
Mnui, brings news of plenty of rain
nt Kau, but none at Koim.
Foktv hoifors camo by tho brigan
tino AV. G. Irwin, this afternoon, for
AVoodlnwn Dairy. Among the heifers
are several Jeiheys.
Tin: people on tho Lnhniua, Maa
laea, Komi and Kau loute, were
giently doubled on hearing of tho
accident to tho W. O. Hall.
' lloiiKKT Moru is putting up n ramie
machine at his bbop, on King street.
Tho machine will Miortly bo taken
lo Hawaii for operations in Januniy
At tbo misbioniiiy concert this
evening, in tbo vestiy of Fort btreet
chinch, Chief Jtibtico Judd will lead
a paper on "the piesont condition of
A man and wife are desirous of
piocuring employment in a private
family. Their bcrvices can bo se
cured by applying to J. M. Vivns,
Tiij:m: is on exhibition at Mr.
Snobs stoie a ciazy quilt, nindo of 25
blocks, each of difl'eient design. One
of tho blocks has tho photoginph of
Queen Enimn neatly i-et in.
A J'KN nnd ink portuiit of ono of
tbo Hawaiian piinces at Snn Mateo,
is on view at AYillianis' photographic
gnlleiy. Tho sketch wns inudo by
mm of tho professors at tlio college
Citii:r Justice Jiuld's building on
Foit and Merchant streets is mount'
ing inpidly. Tlio walls lnfo already
leached the height of the second
Tin: steamer Lelum took ibis
morning, besides a laigu quantity of
merchandise, n ninceiatioii mill for
Wninnktt, and a boiler and vacuum
pan to lliilnwii, Hawaii.
MAhTi:u John Bnbcoek lias been
beard fiom. He ni lived in Kan Finti
cNeo in good benltli and spirits, and
will likely icluiii to Honolulu by the
At the meeting of tbo Enginu Co.
No. -1, last evening, Hon. .1. A. Cum
mins, .T. U. Iviiwiiintti, J. AV. Kuikai
nahaolu, J. Kealoha and Aku weie
elected honoiaoy nionibt'in of the
Jlli, N.. S. Sachs, at thu Popular
Millinery House, Fort stioet, has his
grand opening of millinery and fancy
goods to-day. Ho is selling at a figure
that is likely to reduce bis stock
rapidly, and giving perfume Sadies
into the bargain.
Complaints are being mnde of the
Pali load, from the old ice woiks up
ward. There has been considerable
rain -in that district of late, and the
dirt having been washed away, the
road is very rugged, with baie
boulders, nits and gutteis.
A new advertisement of tho Tem
ple of Fashion invites attention. The
closing out sale has commenced, and
the crush of customeis during n por
tion ofyestcidoy was uncomfortably
gicat. The first auction sale of the
series will be next Saturday evening,
and ii similar sale will be held eveiy
Saturday evening theieaftor, to the
end of tiie year.
By the Alameda on Sunday, Mr.
H. J. Nolto received a magnificent
stock of meerschaum pipes and cigar
and cigarette holders. Some of hc
pipes are vciy artistically formed,
and aie mounted with quaint figures.
Thev are cased in champagne bottles,
in albums, and in other ornamental
cases, and are prettily arranged
about the show cabe of the Beaver
The out-going mails to the Coast
and the Colonies are already carry
ing away holiday presents from re
sidents here to their friends abroad.
Amongst tho many pretty souvenirs
mailed are the beautiful fern pic
tuies and albums gotten up by Mr.
F. L. Clarke. From the specimen
shewn us it can be seen that Mr.
Clarke's book in this line is really
artistic. There can be no prettier
gift to a friend than a set of the
island ferns mounted with the taste
and skill displayed in those we have
A NEW LETTER.
The English alphabet has been
recently extended by tho addition of
a new letter. The letter itself has
been known for an indefinite period,
but its regular incorporation into an
alphabet system has not been at
tempted until recently. Although
the discovery or invention of this
letter is not claimed by Honolulu
people, the honor of successful in
corporation belongs to them. This
new letter is the letter rip (let her
Our reports of the legislative pro
ceedings of the session of 1880 is
now published in book form, con
sisting of 744 pages, including a
comprehensive "table of contents,"
carefully prepared by a gentleman
who has taken a deep interest in the
work during its progress through
the press. These reports are im
partial and entirely free from any
partizan bias. Tho book is on sale
at Mr. Sopor's (formerly Oat &
Oo.'s), Merchant street, Mr. T.
G. Thrum's, Fort street, and the
Daily Bum.utik Olllee. The price
PIN POOL MATCH.
Mr. Alonzo II. Morris will play a
pin pool billiard match with Mr.
McCleery, next Thursday evening,
at the Commercial Billiard Room,
for $250 a side. The last named
gentleman has been here sufllciently
long to become well known to Hono
lulu people as a skilful billiardist.
Mr. Morris is a strangor here, but
comes with a first class reputation
in the same line. Both gentlomen
have frequently played together in
San Francisco. Mr. McCleery is
credited with the largest winning
over made in a single-handed match,
$6,flD0. Thursday evening's match'
will begin at 7; J!0 o'clock.
A LITTLE GIRL INJURED.
Thcro is a family by the name of
Borg living at Leleo, near Lililia
street. There aie several children
iu the family, one a little girl eight
or nine years old, who goes to school.
This little girl was returning from
school yesturday afternoon, in com
pany with two or three other chil
dren, and when near Jier homo got
hold of tho hind part of an expiess
carriage, diiven by a Chinaman, for
the purpose of a ride. In letting
go, she got under tho caniago by
some means or other, and one of the
hind wheels passed oyer her, break
ing a collar bone, and badly bruising
her left Bide and thigh. She was
resting quietly this morning.
The publishois of General Grant's
Memoirs will soon send Mrs. Grant
another check for 8100,000, making
$350,000 in nil paid as her bhaie of
tho profits on the publication,
DILL VISITS HONOLULU.
Thdo. Shotwclt, better known nsi
Black Hill, came to Honolulu Sun
day by the steamer Jas. Makeo,
from Kauai. HI nek Bill in 1851
deserted a whaler and took refuge
on the island of Kauai. He has
been t'.ieie for the past )o years,
never venturing to leave for fear
of some whaler taking him. Bill,
who is only four feet high, lias been
employed "for soma time on Kllauca
plantation, lie was finally persuad
ed to visit Honolulu, and on his ar
rival here be said, in reply to "what
do you think of this place, Bill?"
that Honolulu looks like New York
Mr. Joseph Hubash, jeweler of
this city, has pioduced a neat,
pretty little medal, to commemorate
His Majesty King Knlnkaua's ap
proaching jubilee birthday anniver
sary. On one side is an excellent
niinaturc likeness of the King, sharp
and distinct, to the left of which is
183G, to the right 188G, and under
neath November 1G. On the reverse
side is'tlie following, "I ka pilia ana
o ua tnakahiki kaualiina o ka Moi
Kalnkaua," which signifies, in Eng
lish, the 50th anniversary of His
Majesty's birth. The medal is about
the size of a ten cent piece, and is
securely and neatly fastened to a
bit of siik riband, by which it may
be conveniently attached to the
breast, or any desired part of one's
clothing. The article can be had
either in gold or silver. The price
of the former is $2.50, and of the
latter 50 cents. It is on sale at nil
the local jewelry establishments.
AVe cau conceive of nothing better
adapted to commemorate His Ma
jesty's jubilee anniversary thnn this
neat and pretty little mednl.
5,000 MISTAKES IN WEBSTER.
This incident may not be known
generally to our readers, and we
venture to reprint it. When tho un
abridged edition of Arebatcr's Dic
tionary first appeared (without a
definition of the word unabridged)
that great scholar, Caleb dishing,
wrote n criticism on the stupendous
work, saj'ing that for its size it
had as few errors as could be ex
pected. This puzzled the editors,
who asked an explanation of Mr.
Cushing's information on the sub
ject of those errors. In reply Mr.
Gushing marked 5,000 mistakes in
the volume which had been presented
to him and sent back. Boston
COST OF MAN.
Something of the cost of a man is
thus estimated by the Pittsburg
Times: "I met one of our old resi
dents on the -street the other day,
who was in the seventysixth year
of his age. He said : 'Do you know
that it costs between &b,UU0 and
7,000 to raise a man of my age?'
I answered no. He continued:
'Well, sir, in the past seventy-five
years I have partaken of 82,125
meals, consumed 61,595 pounds of
solid food, drank 51,100 cups of
tea, 18,250 cups of coffee.
I have not lived extravagantly
and my meals have cost me
on an average 8 cents each. There
fore, the 82,125 meals have cost me
$6,580.' AVhere is there an octo
genarian who can figure closer than
ROAST TURKEY and Orunbeny
Saute, 5 10 b o'clock this evening,
Cum Hocse, King Street.
IF YOU wish to obinin real good Ice
Cream in Honolulu, obseivv tlio fol
Where? At No. 85 Hotel Street, near
Who? The Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
II. J. Hart, nroprletnr.
How? By Telephone Mutual, lt?8,
Bell, 182. "J
Dii. Flint's Heart Bemedy is n
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
DELICIOUS Fruit Ices
bets at the Elite.
ICE CREAM f Ihe Purcht and Rich
est quality fiom one quart to any
quantity upwards nre delierul packed
in ice, from tl o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
i- m., free of charge to uny pnrt in Ilono.
lulu nnd Miburbs by the Pioneer blcnm
Candy Factory nnd Bakery.
(&5.00 ONLY i the prleo charged
P lor Two Gallons of any lluvored
rich and alwnys fresh made titenm leu
Crciini, guaranteed lo bo absolutely puro
or uo pay at tho Pioneer Steam Candy
lacioiy, uiiKCiy ana ice ureiun jmmuiib.
Practical Contcctioner and Ornn.
incntcr, Hotel Bt., Bet. Fort ANiiuanu
Hi. Hawaiian and Bell Telephones,
No, 74. 4'J If
SINCE I left the Fasti Never tnsicd
. IjLlier Cnkesl as at the Ki.nu.
Therm oil Mill alwuy And n gieul varie.
ty of "Funny, Plain, Fruit, Jelly, Pound
mid ninny other kinds of Cakes. Wed.
ding Mid Bridal Cakes made to order.
EVERYBODY says Ihe imported
Candies at tlieEuTEaro yuni-yiun.
Go nnd try bomu! 73
1'atronizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cignrs of J, AV. llingley, Cignr
Manufacturer, at the Crystal .Soda
AVoiks, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest poesiblo whole
sale prices. Island ordeis solicited
and proipptjy filled. Tio attention
of dealeis is respectfully invited to
the fact "no licepi-e is lcquired" to
sell theso cigurs. Do not forget tlio
name J. AV, llingley, nor tho plneo
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel street,
-.Euiato.' -- t-,i , .TMff, n ,,inTr A,lr'&iii4il4m,maviM'f,''jtL'. , mt,f I,
Ill Xort Street,
Have just received ex Biliish bark " Iron Crng," a lino assortment of
Crosse & Blackwcll's and J. T. Morton's Fancy Groceries,
Crosse & Blackwcll's Uoids, oonsl9tlngof Mixed PlckkP, l'lrklid Onions, .Inm,
.lelllc, Anchovy Paste, Pnte n dliblc, Bloater Paste, Poited Beef, Potted
Tongue, Potted" Hum and Uncken, JPotlcd hune, Dtvlllul Hum, tln, Sheep
Tongue-', tins collated U Tonguis, Large tin Bologna buungis P'dlijipu k
Catiund's 'I'm Hied Pnie Partridges, do Quail, do J.nrks, do St ipis, do ood.
corks, do 1 lover; 1 1 lb tins Carroway Seed, Bottles Ma munio Satire, Mt.sh.
room Catsup, John Hull Sauce. Indlu Soy, Essence Ancho lc, llcnpul Chutney
Tomito loueiv, llottles Freuch Trullles, French Olive, Spanish Olives.
Piirni'ison Llieese, Joidan Almonds. Phlhlpo & Cnuntid't Tiiiflled Pate tie f Is
i "His, Tln whole Boast Pnrtrldgc, doGiousc.do PheasiuVI'lii Imi-welaSpiouiM,
Tin Stgu and Onions Preserved Mushrooms, 1 lb tin 1'urrlcd Fowl, 1 lb tin
Oiossu Si Blackwcll's Apar,igiis, 1 lb tin Beef Marrow Fat, I lb Jugged Hare,
1 lb tin Mince Me it, .lb tin English Airowrool, 1 lib tin Fillets of Sobs, Mb
tin Prawn, Heal Yaimouth Bloutcrs, Lib tin Fresh Lod Hoes, 1.1b tin Eiiglth
Sliced Bief, 2-lb Bottle French Plump, .11 tin Champignon , 2 m Boittu
Caput Capers, 4 oz do, -lb Bottles India Cuiry Powder, I o do. 1 liillit c &
Canund's Petit Pais, 1 lb"iln Ciosso & lltnckwpU's Ox nil Soup, do Mock Tur
lie Soup, do Julienne Soup, do Chicken Hmlh, Lib liti Mulllgiitawny Soup, do
Grouse aoiip, do Gililet Soup, do Hot Polch (roup, do Vegc table Soup, do
Cockle Lekle Soup, do Green Pens Soup do Mutton Brotli.do Soup and llonilll
do ltinst Fowl, tin Carroto, do Piusiiip'", do Tin nips, do Onloii", J.lb tin Black
LcicutUi'ililic Mushrooms, Lib tin ticsh Tripe, do Iilsli Stew, do Alnniodu
Beef, ilo Bulkd Multon, do Harrlcot Mutton, do Mewed Kidneys, do Culfsliead,
do I alfslicnd and Hani, do Hoast Mutton, do lloast Veal, 4-lb tins Belli d Beef
do Bulled Mutton, Jars Sailed Tripe.
J. T. Morton's Goods. nrioons Mmcatels, y-Cartoons Muscatels, Quarts Mont
hcriat Inline Juice, H.PInt ANorcistcrshire Sauce, Pints do do, ' this Cocoa
and Milk, di Moire's Cliocolnic and Milk. Tins Smith's Collee and Milk, do
Cocoa mid Milk, Smill Bottles Smiths Essence Collee, Tins Pmcnt Groit,
Lib tins Synilngt n Pen Flour, ,(.tins Van Houston's Uocon, 2-11) Vail fccotcli
Oatmeal, lf.lb papers Epp's Homeopathic Cocoa, 7-lb tins Epo's A'nnilln, Choc
olatc, if. lb pickugus; LU lb tins Coooatlna, 8 0 do do. Oakley's Knlle Polish,
1 lb tin's Pui.rl bairo. doiliound Itice. do Flake I'nniocn. do Ciimbriilee Sin-
sages, Small Tins Oxford Saujiigcs, Lirge tins do, Cob-man English Mustard
in Hollies, do in Tins, Dried Thj me, Dried Sttum, Snvon, Dnul Mmjoiam,
H thu Pigeon Pie, Cajenne Pepper, J pints Surei tor Table Vinegar, Lauing'a
Edam Cheise, Bottler Onv &. Mm tin's Liquid Shoe Blacking, Tins do Paste
do, 4-tlu Polled Hani and Tongue, H-lln Potted Turkey nnd Tongue, Pints
Diirm's French Milnd Oil, J-ptnts do. Crosso it Blackwoll's Salmi Oil, and
much more too numctous to mention, nil of which wc offer for sale at ream.
able figure. Fresh Ice House Goods by Every Steamer.
To be held i i honor of the
of His Mnjesiy ihe Ling's Birtl.d.iy.
Tuesday, November 16th.
Grand Huiepii.'ii and llookupu, from
10 to 4 o'clock, and in the evening The
AVorks ii'id Honolulu Kiro D puiuieut
ToichliylH 1 raeos'-ioii.
Wednesday, November 17th.
Regatta, fitm 9 o'i lock, a. in.
Thursday, November 18th.
Hisioiical 'iocesion fiom 9 o'clock
Baseball Toiiiiuniciil, fiom 1 o'clock
Historical Tableaux, .from 7 o'clock
Friday, November 19th.
Grand Ball, evening.
Tuesday, November 23rd-
Gnu id Luau.
Saturday, November 27th.
Tuesday, November 30th.
Having iccuied the Scrviceof
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
w enre prepared to execute nil
House or Sig-n
03 Hotol btreet,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and 7alking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Ciiilaiu Poles, &c.'
made t the lateit dcHignB,
of i be Paelllc
XX. the StocUliolduis
Sngnr Mill iho follcwb g o(llcer weie
duly u I'di'd for llie enaiiii g )iar;
F. A. SPHAEFKR : i : Piesident
.T. HOTINO : : i : : Tieasiirer
II. RKNJES : : : i : Secietaiy
.1. II. PATY : : : : : lAudltor
II. RENJF.S, Secretin y.
Ilonohihi, October :J, 1880. 70 Ot
On her return from Fnnnlug's Island
(between Dec. 1st and 1Mb) will bo ready
for uluiip'r lo any port. Appllcatioim
n-ceived from today at Iho PACIFIC
NAVIGATION OO.yS OFFICE.
Mer-IsM S. i Co.,
.Tlie JSest DR.oit;e
to tlio World Renowned
Volcano of SCilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves' Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
- FRIDAY, Novimber Cth.
The steinier jiiis'cs along the entire
coast of Ihe lcuutird Mile of Hawnil. aT.
fording tourists a panorama of clinini.
ing scenery, nnd will stop at Kenlake.
kua Bay, where Mifllciwit lime i allow,
cd to viMt the Monument of Ciiniain
Touri"ts by ibis route reach l'uirilini
nt fi o'clock on lbs day after leaving
Honolulu., being only cno nigli' on the
Nescl, making the cnlirc pisiiigo iu
smooth water. AtPuniiluu there is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from thero tourists will be conveyed
by railroad lo Palialn. thence ly stage
coacli lo llalf.way House, wheie hoises
nnd miides will be in attendance to con.
vey tin m to the Volcano,
Tourists -will luive two nights nnd one
whole day at lliu A'olcauo House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to I1ABRY AltMlTAGE,
Agent, ntAVilliams' Pitotograpli Gallery,
Fort stuet, or at Hie olllee of thu I. I. S.
N. Co., Ebplnnnde. ifiO Cm
Crystal Soda Works
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
LemonJSoIa, Limonndc, iranaparllla
Fruit Syrups and E'sejcw and
madejfrnm the pure Apple, all of which
we guirnntee to be tlio best.
lQrAVoult.0 inviu- partus intending
starting Mores loi the ude of iced
drinks and winking loiintuiu supplies,
to call on us befoie going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Soia Works,
P.O. No 897, Honolulu.
Bell Telephone, : : 298
Mutual " : : : 330
Fislplatcs, Bolls feSjlte
II. IIAOKFELD & Co.
'I WO COTTAGKS, COlt
ner Niiunnii and School Sts.
Abo one Cottiiire in Adam's
Apply to II AVATKRIIOUSK.
llnw'nnariiiiKoJflmf'KCn., & 110 1H0
E. O. Hull & Son, (in v isiue) 100
fi 100 100
O. Brewer & Co.,
AVnlluku Sngai t'n., '
Hcclnrociiy Sugar Co.,
Inter.Islnnd S, N.'Oo.,
L. A. THURSTON, Slock Biokei
38 Merchant Street. 1C1 ly
Great Closing Out Sale
Of Our Entire Stock!
Do not Lose Your Chance I
First Come, First Served I
Nos. C3.& 65 Fort Street, - -
HERE WE COME
Jines CiiHtom Made
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS !
Jrei brought to lliete Islands and which we will Fell.nt the following
100 Dozen Boys' AVool Buits, per sub
Men's Fine Business Sulti -
" ' AH AVool "
Ex Fine Blnck Drcs
AVorking Pauls, per
Also an Er ra Fine Line of Men's nnd Bojs'
'JClie OlionpcHt nnd JJewt in tlie Market.
100 Dozen Unliiundriid Shlils, per piece i! no upwuidt
10) " Meirs Fiue UndmhirU, per piece 50 '
100 " " " A hiteDrC's Shirts, per piice 1 '.'."i
100 " " All AVool AVi rklng MiirtV ' 150 "
IfiO " " Straw Hats, per piece 75 "
)J- ' Boys' " " " " . 00 "
AVe nre contldeitt (hat tlieie prices will hatisfy tlio mobt exacting.
AVe only advertise wlint wo mean !
Any miHiililiiclory nrticlc niny be returned nnd the money
Mill lie cheerfully refunded.
Remember the Blue Front, Cor. Port & Merchant Stroets.
km. EGAN AND CO.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINE3 OF
CustoMile Gloiii, Gents' Fmisliins Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles und Novelties in Neckware.
AUo, by repiated nnd special request, a tniall in;olco of the finest hund.made,
SVIost Durable Cents9 Shoes
301 Olitainalile in tl
The White House,
is'o. llSINiumnn Mt'put,
Honolulu, H. I.
Private Family Ilnielj Terms Benson,
able; First-clabi Accoininodiitloiih.
M. AV. SANDEHS, Proprietor.
STEAM CABBY FACTORY
F, HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook nnd lluker.
71 Hotel St. mtST Telephoue 74
Sold at Cost!
- Opposite Irwin & Co's
TO THE FRONT !
2 TO upward
2 Gil "
, per suit
pair 1 00
e Knttcin uiuikcls.
WEMER & CO.
NO. 03 FORT BTBEKT.
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of every dern'rlptionof Jewelry, Wutihei,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware, &c.
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents Month.
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