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FRIDAY, NOV. 12. 188G.
Itatnn Conmolo from San Francisco
Stmr W ( Iln.ll from Hnwnll mid Mnul
Schr, Wnlmnlu from Hnna
Schr Huleaknlii from Pepeokeo
Schr Kiiuna from Knmil
Stiur Surprlo from Kuan
jSclir Kaullhia from YVnlmon Kuiinl
VESSELS LEAVING ' TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lehua for wllidwaid port
.Stmr Surprise for Kuan
From Knnu, per steamer Surprise,
Nov 120 lltildwln mid 7 dock.
From San Francisco, pur bktnc Mary
Wiiikchnan, Nov 11 Major Wroughtoii,
From San Francisco, per bgtne Con
Miclo, Nov U Sirs All Soulliwlck, Miss
M. Itochc, .1 Btirk, 0 Storms, .1 Dohso.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Surprise DOS bbls molae'-ci. :)2
hided, 1 horse, :i sks corn, and 0 sk
Stmr Lehim 1)41 bags sugar, iiiiu HO
head of cattle.
Schr Kniimi 100 bugs lice.
- Tlieeuliooner Haleakaln will lay up
sto have her upper sides caulked. .
There arc some men In our town
Who are so wonderous wise
They meet our agent with a frown
When asked to advertise.
31ut when these men find they are out
And Injured in tlicir iu
They shouldn't valine and growl, and
And pull a mournful phiz.
Tjiit send a quarter-column nil
i'o the "only" evening paper.
'Twii' bring yon custom make you
It is the proper caper.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktnc G C Perkins, Ackcrman
Ger bark Paelllc, Oltmau
Biitbklron rag, Jones
Bktnc Discovery, Leo
Bk C O Whltmore. Thompson
Bgtnc J D Spreckcls, Friis
Bktnc Mary Wiiikelman. Backers
Bgtne Consnelo, Cousins
Haw S S Zealnndia, 11 van Oterendorf,
from San Francisco, due Nov 17.
Haw schr General Sclgel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
Brit bail; E J Speuee, from Hongkong,
clue October 18-23.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
German bark Hercules. Scliacfer,
.sailed from Liverpool, October Oth, due
Am blstne Amelia, Win Ncwhall, from
from Fort Townsend, W T, due Novem
ber 18-20. .
Am bgtne Consnelo, F. B Cousins,
from San Francisco, due November
Am bark Forest Queen, J C M Wind
ing, from San Francisco, due November
Haw brig Hazaid, W G Goodman,
from San Francisco, due at Hllo, Ha
waii, November 21-30.
Haw bark Star of Devon, A Lovell,
from Fanning' Island, due December
Haw schooner Slalolo, J B Holland,
from Manihiki, via Fanning's Island,
due December 15-31.
Am bark Edward Kidder, from Fort
land, Oregon, en route to Hongkong,
due November 12-10.
American bark Saranae, from New
York. sailcdJuly 13tJi, due here Nov. 18
30, to Castle & Cooke.
Brit bark W 11 Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, due here Octobei
2Gth-Nov 1st, to Scliacfer & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, F il Benson,
, sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengaber, ltolloston, from
"Xiveipool, due here, Jun 15-31, to
iDavies & Co.
Brit bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 9, due lore Jan lfl-30,
'ito Schaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
tfrom the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bktnc S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Dee 15th, to
Caetle & Cooke.
.LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mns. South wick has leturned.
Light north-west swells wo re
ported along the llamakua Coast,.
Tiiunr. will bo another auction salo
at tlio Temple- of Fashion, to-morrow
Tun concert at Emma Square Inst
night was very good, and the audi
ence quite large.
The front of Sopor's book and
stationery storo is ornamented with
Hawaiian Hags for salo.
Tun steamer Leliim will take,
among her freight to-morrow, a
jnacorntion mill for Hnkalau.
Majoii Wroughton hns turned up
.again, after a long visit to the Coast,
looking vigorous and healthy.
Am. hopes of recovering tlio pump
lost at llamakua, from tlio steamer
Lehua, recently, havo boon relin
quished. . .. . i
Tiik I)ui.i.i:riN is under obligation
to Mr. J. II. Sopor, stationor and
news agont, for llles of lato papers by
The Bishop of Honolulu will do
liver a short addiess at tlio regular
servico, at St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Twr.NTY-o.Ni: Portuguese laborers
caino to Honolulu by tlio sttainer
Lehua yestoiday. Tlioy boarded tho
vehhcl at tho llamakua Mill Cos
Tin: miiiBlrcl show at the MuBio
Hall to-night begins at 8 o'clock.
Tlio doors will open at 7 :30, A full
house is assured, nearly every seat
below being aheady secured.
Council i? t" session
Yoono People's mooting this oven
ing at tlio Lycoum.
A Mcnxci: was granted to a now
society by tlio Privy Council
Tin: sU'uutui' Hall was lojioilcd 15
miles oil' ul l:lfi o'clock thi.i nftor
noon. (JAi'TAtN J. II. Gill, muster of tlio
E. J. BpcncL', isneoompnnied by his
Slit. E. 11. llynn launched n yacht
yesterday, built by hiuiM'lf, for tlio
Oni: of the specialties on Fort
street, to-doy, is ,1. T. Wiitcrhouso's
sash window, which is really a show
Sr.ri:x horses, trotters, came down
yesterday on tlio Mary Winkelman,
for Mr. II. J. Agnow, consigned to J.
"Want a ship young man?" asked
an old salt of an idlo youth on the
city front this morning. "Nosir, I'd
he satisfied witli a schooner."
Mr.ssns. Hurk & Winston received
2711 hogs by the luigantine Consnelo
yesterday. They were fortunate this
tiip, having lost but two of the hogs.
Somk forty-nine pardons arc said
to have been granted by tl)o Privy
Council about half tlio number on
tlio list submitted to the Council.
Thirty thousand hard bricks came
by the Consuelo yesterday, for Lisli
mnn, and forty-two thousand one
hundred nnd sixty by tlio Mary Win
kelman, for E. B. Thomas.
It was roportcd that the Board of
Health was paying hills to-day. It
will bo a "consummation most de
voutly to bo wished for" when other
Bureaus follow suit.
Any one wishing to secure taste
ful but not costly Christmas gifts of
artistic handiwork will find some
thing to suit at Mis. Hyde's sale to
morrow afternoon, 3.30 i m., at 122
On account of the approaching
holidays, it is doubtful if any of tho
island schooners will be able to sail
next week. The- schooner Canute
has been preparing to sail to-morrow,
but now she hns no crew.
It is not definitely settled whether
one of the appropriations to bo p o
posed in next Legislative Assembly
will bo one "for tho relief of the Ball
of Twine Society." It will depend
very much on who is to be "the
larger part" of the Legislature of
One of tjic diivers of the Wood
lawn Dairy wagons was seen at about
8 o'clock this morning, stretched out
on the seat of the wagon, while the
horses traveled along Beictania street
on their own account. The team was
evidently returning home, and tho
driver vas no doubt tired.
A kahuna cannot pray a liaolo to
death, said an old tinier. One tried
to pray me to death, several years
ago, continued the Kamaaina, but he
died before he could accomplish his
designs. My hide was too tough.
They tried tho same on Ned Jones,
at Lahaina, but Jones grew fat and
rich, and they had to give him up as
a hopeless case.
Two gentlemen making a brief so
journ on tho islands, walked to the
Pali, yesterday, descended tho other
side, scaled the mountains at the top
of Nuuanu Valley, gathered ohias
and kukui nuts, and returned to
Honolulu in tho evening, laden with
the produce of tho forest, and con
sidered it all a day's pleasant diver
The steamer Lehua will leave
Honolulu for Hilo and llamakua,
Hawaii, at 9 o'clock to-morrow
morning. She will cany a mail lor
those districts, tho mail closing at
the Post Ollico at 8:30. This will
bo the last opportunity to send mail
matter to those districts until the
22nd instant. The fact should bo
noted by all interested, and the
opportunity not missed.
A CHINAMAN ROBBED.
AtHauula, Koolau, n native named
Haolclili, attacked a Chinaman,
one day last week, beat him severe
ly, .and robbed him of 831. The
Chinaman would probably have
been killed, had ho not cried for
help, bringing a countryman to his
assistance. Tho native ran away,
but was afterwards captured, tried
by a police magistrate, and found
guilty. lie appealed to a higher
When Captain Babcock boarded
the brigantine Consuelo, off Dia
mond Head, yesterday afternoon, to
pilot her in, his boat, with four men,
capsized. Tlio schooner Manuoka
wai was off tho Head, on her way to
Koolau, and Captain Dan McGregor,
master of the schooner, saw the
accident, and immediately went to
the rescue. He picked up the four
men and after towing the pilot boat
into still water, and righting her, ho
put tho boys under way again.
Nothing belonging to tho boat was
lost, but one of the boat boys lost
his coat, lie came ashore with a
very long face, which vtis shortened
and beaming with nmiles, when
Captain Babcock marched him up
the street, and bought him a new
The Canadian Pacific Railway
making arrangements to open
general ollico in New, York.
Tlie E. J. SPENCE.
The Uiitisli baik 1. ,1. Spence,
which arrived yesterday from Hong
kong, is docked at the old Custom
House wharf. The E. J. Spencc is
tin iron vessel, 800 tons burden, IGo
feel long and 28 feet beam. . Sho
.was built at Sunderland, England,
15 .years ago, and in owned in Mel
bourne, Australia. For 10 years
she (tailed between Hongkong and
Africa, and lo(tcrly between Hong
kong and Melbourne. She is com
manded by Captain J. II. Gill, who
has been her master from tho time
shu was launched. The Spence,
after remaining at Hongkong for
three months, slowly loading for
this port, sailed for Honolulu, and
had Jlght winds nearly nil (ho way.
She anchored off port last evening,
aflcr a long passage of 07 days.
Sho entered port this morning, put
ting her 2o Chinese steerage pas
sengers in quarantine. The Spence
is consigned to Wing Wo Chan, and
will probably return to Hongkong.
A very pleasant hour was spent
by (hose who attontjet) the Bethel
Social last evening. An interesting
programme was arranged and car
ried out. First came a duet, piano
and violin, by Miss Ilustace and
Mr. W. E. Ilerrick. This was fol
lowing by Mark Twain's "Facts in
the Great Beef Contract," read by
Mr. Parmelee. The third number
was a fine vocal solo by Miss Jennie
Grieve. Then came the reading of
"The Irish Letter," and "Teaching
a Boy to be Studious and Thought
ful," by Mr. A. L. Smith. Alter
this, Miss Alice Love contributed a
piano solo, Miss Parmelco gave a
reading, and the entertainment
closed with vocal 6olos, rendered
respectively by Miss Annie Austin
and Mrs. E. C. Damon.
A drawing of the ground plan of
the new church to be erected at the
corner of Beretania and Richard
streets was on view througlitout the
evening, am was very cordially
approved by tho members of the
THE ONE-HOUR RACE.
The one-hour go-as-you-please
race came off at the Yosemite Skat
ing Rink last evening. The first
heats having been run on the Wed
nesday evening previously, and won
byTorbert and Camara. At 8: 10,
only two competitors out of four
put in an appearance, attired in the
usual running costume, and after
the usual "spin," the bell was tap
ped and a start made, Camara lead
ing, with Torbcrt close behind. This
position was maintained for about
thirtj minutes, when Torbcrt came
to the frogt, amid gicat cheeiing.
From this time until the finish, Tor
bcrt continued to increase the dis
tance between himself and his oppo
nent, and at the finish he had gained
12 laps, making the distance run
10 miles 9J laps, Camara accom
plished 1) miles 17 laps.
ON THE WAY BACK.
The following is from the
Francisco Morning Vail, of
27th ult. :
G. II. Robinson, a wealthy resi
dent of Honolulu, arrived yesterday
from Europe en route for the islands,
and is stopping at the Palace.
Judge W. II. Widemann, of
Honolulu, arrived here yesterday
en route for his home, from Europe.
He is accompanied by his son and
daughter and Mrs. Curtis Iaukca,
maid of honor in the Hawaiian
Queen Consort's household, and
wife of the royal chamberlain.. The
party will leave hero for Honolulu
on the 10th prox. They are stop
ping at the Palace.
FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS.
A conference of the Tories was
held at Bradford Oct, 20tli. There
were eight hundred delegates pres
ent. The conference adopted the
Imperial federation article of Con
scrvative faith. Lord Churchill,
speaking on a motion proposing the
approval of Beaconsfield's Eastern
policy, said tho Government would
follow that policy as closely as the
changed conditions of European
affairs would allow. A resolution
was adopted expressing confidence
that tho Government would follow
Beaconsfield's policy and would
vigilantly guard British interests
against Russians aggressions, and,
especially, prevent the seizure of
The Times hopes that Iddesleigh,
Foreign Secretary, will tell Wad
dington, the French Ambassador,
plainly and firmly .that England will
judge for herself when her task in
Egypt is finished.
Ten thousand Fondas have invaded
Xesibcland, burning kraals and com
mitting depredations. Tho Govern
ment is raising volunteers to resist
them. The situation is critical.
The Tempi, in a pacific and
friendly article on tlio relations ex
isting between England and France,
urges the press on both sides to re
frain from exciting hostile feelings.
Thomas C, Manning, tlio new
United States Minister, formally
presented to President Dinz October
20th, and an exchange of friendly
Tho French Senate has passed a
bill providing for tho sale of tho
At the trial of Herr Wickels,
editor of tho FroenkUch Volkes
blatt, at tho Tribunal of Wurzliurg,
for charging tlio Bavarian Ministry
with ill-ti eating the late King and
forcing him to commit suicide, ono
witness declared that ho never rc
inaikcd anything abnormal about
Ludwig; (hat the latter had been
Impelled to commit suicide through
the procedure of tho Examining
Commission, that he heard King
Ludwig say: "I will not. suffer
them to declare mo a madman, like
my brother Otto, whoso keepers
beat him with their fists. I will
rather suffer death. My blood be
upon those conspiring to betray
me." The evidence caused a sensa
tion in Court. The revelations are dis
turbing tho impressions of the pub
lic. Wickols was sentenced to two
The Biitisli ship Utterburn, from
Greenock August 18th for San Fran
cisco, took lire at sea and was
abandoned. Ilor crow aro at Monte
cello. A tug has been sent to tho
assts(ancc of (he vessel.
A great lire occurred in (ho Horn
by dock warehouse in Liverpool. It
was slocked with cotton and grain.
The damage is Ostimatcdat 100,000.
The crofters of Kilnuir, Isle of
Skyo, attacked a force of police who
were assisting the Sheriff to make
evictions, and tho military had to be
called. It was necessary to charge
the crofters witi bayonots beforp
tlioy were dispersed. Several of
them were wounded, and six were
In response to renewed and press
ing appeals, Sir Charles Dilke has
finally and emphatically declined to
re-enter public life, until he has dis
proved what he says to bo the gross,
unjust calumnies made 'against him,
to which pbject he intends that his
whole life shall be devoted.
Franco is pressing Russia to initi
ate a movement on Constantinople.
The Russian ilect is ready to leave
the Blnck.Sea. Tho Baltic fleet has
been raised to its fullest strength.
The preparations for the unveil
ing of the statue of "Liberty," on
the 28th instaut, are progressing
The Pope attended the congrega
tion of tho Cardinals to discuss the
position of the Holy Sec toward the
Italian Government and the expe
diency of removing the Papal seat
from Rome. No decision was. ar
A rich gold mine was discovered
near the Stonewall on October 1st.
It is said to be one of the lichest
finds in San Diego countj.
George expresses himself as being
"euro" nf nlnntirwi no Alnvni-nf Tnir
York; Roosevelt "thinks" he will
be elected, whilst Hewitt says it will
be a great relief to him if he is not
The third game of the billiard
tournament was played last night,
between Mr. Morris and Mr. Mc
Cleery. The former had to make
1,000 points to the latter's 750.
When McCleeiy had scored the re
quired number, Morris was 784.
Following are the scores by innings:
Morris 3, 8, 1, 1, 0, 1, 137, 0,
5, 97, 3, 29, 0, 2, 45, 3, 2, 112, 3,
28, 10, 2, 0, 8, 15, 3, 3, 30, 1, 91,
1, 0, 9, 18, 0, 0, 1, 21, 10, 0, G, 1,
McCleery 0, 8, 1,9, T, 0,-0, 19,
2, 0, 0, 5, 191, 92, 4, 2, 2, G, 7, 0,
12, 0, 12, 2, 0, 0, 1, 2, G, 1, 1, 78,
0, 10, 18, 1, 47, 9, 0, 14G, 11, 0,
VlHRISTMAS and New Year Cards,
J all new and of the veiy latest de-
signs, navini; neon careimiy se noted oy
our Mr. T. "J. Kinjj, who lias ju-t re
turned from iho Const. Cull early at
King Bros An Store. 80
IF YOU 'isli to oblain real good Ico
Crciiiu in Honolulu, olueivc the fol
Where? At No. 85 Hotel Street, near
Who? The Emti: Ico Cream Parlors,
II, .T. Hart, proprietor,
How? Uy Telephone Mutual, JI38,
Bell, W2. 7.1
l)n. Flint's IIkakt Hkmkdy is a
Specific for nil forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for DieeaseH of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive) book
with ovcry bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
5.00 ONLY is the price charged
for Two Gallons of any flavored
rich and always fresh made Steam Ico
Cream, guaranteed to be absolutely pure
or no p.iy at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bukciy utid Ice Cream llnomi.
Practical Confectioner and Orna.
menter, Hotel St., Bet. Fort & Nuuanu
t-t-i. Hawaiian and Bell Telephones,
No. 74. 40 tf
DELICIOUS Knm Ico
bets at l he Er.iric.
ICE CREAM 'f tho I'urobt nnd Rich
ehi mialltv finm ono (mart to unv
quantity upw.uds are delivered pnoked
in ice, from 1 1 o'clock a.m. to fl o'clock
l' M., freu of clfurc,e to any part in Hono
lulu and Hibnrln by the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory nnd Jiikeir.
Q.I NCE I left iho Fasti Never tasted
O butter Cake. I us ut tho Ei.itk.
There jou v. ill u'wiiy llnd a great varle.
ty of Fancy, Plain, Fruit, Jelly, Pound
and many other kinds of Cakes. Wed.
ding n ml llrulal Cakes made to order.
EVERYBODY ? Hie imported
(Juiidli- at thoKi.iTEnre yum.yuni.
Oo and try boiiiuI 7!l
Patkonizi: llonut Industry by buy
ing cigai8 of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Munufiicttiier, at tho Cryutul Soda
Vorkn, whoro ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
snlo prices. Ihliinil ordure M)licited
anil pinmptly tilled, Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no licenso is lcquireil'' to
sell these cigars. Do not forgot tho
niuno J. V. Hingloy, nor tho placo
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel Btreet.
mmmmmMwn ibum.mhhi m uiwjmxxtammllH
i.. . .
ALAKEA& KING STREET
nnd sou tlio
vJBbW Cutaway Carriages
WW' Phfatons, &c.
He has for nlc cheap, befoie purchns'
74 ing elsewhere.
Moliilu JStiu Laiiirj
Having now passed into tho hands
of responsible parties Is prepared at
short notice to do all Washing in a Su
perior Manner. A cotuilerablo
has been mode from the -cale
former rales, and
Satisfaction Is Guaranteed to All
Who will t'aior the Establishment
with :i trial. CO
Crystal Soda forts
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lomon Soda, Lcrnonadc, Sarcapnrilla
Fruit Syrups and Esenccs and
mnde f mm the pure Apple, all of which
we guarantee to bo the beat.
tSr Wc also invite pnrtieR intending
starting stores for the sale of iced
drinks and wishing; fountain supplies,
tOiCall on us before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Soda Works,
P.O. Box f f.7, Honolulu.
Having fccuicd the Servie3of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wcjire prepared to execute all
House or JSign
HONOLULU PLANING- MILLS,
Ffsnglates, Bolts & Spikes.
11. HAOKFELD & Co.
03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and V7alking StickB,
Made of every kind of
raoketn, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c.'
made ul the iHlcht designs.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
67 and GO Hotel street,
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. O. Box 1H0, Hell Telephone No.
3 10 .Miitunl Tekpbono No. 104.
The White House,
:Vo. 11H Nuuanu t-i trout,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel ; Terms llcuson.
M.W.SAN I) KI)S,
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. IIOHN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
71 Hotel St. "tffi Telephone 74
WENNER & CO.
1VO. 03 ITOlfX1 BTIlEiST,
Constantly on hand a largo assortment
of every description of Jewelry, Watches,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware, &c.
GREAT AUCTION SALE
Men's, Boys' ani Ctilflren's ClolMng!
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Shoes, etc.,
Will take place at our Store
SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 13th
AT 7 p. m.
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Gnstonile Clothing, Gents; Fnriisli Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and "Novelties in Neck-ware.
Also, by repeated and special request, a muill
Obtainable in the'Eattern markets.
To be held in honor of the
of His Majesty the King's Birthday.
Tuesday, November 16th.
Grand lleccptinn and Honkupu, from
10 to 4 o'clock, and ill the evening Fire
Works and Honolulu Fire Dtparlmcnt
Wednesday, November 17th.
Regatta, frcm 0 o'clock, it. m.
Thursday, November 18th.
Histoiical Procctalon from 9 o'clock
Tournament, from 1 o'clock
Tableaux, from 7 o'clock
Friday, November 19th.
Grand Ball, evening.
Tuesday, November 23rd.
Saturday, November 27th.
Tuesday, November 30th.
State Dinner. C8tf
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cunts a Month.
28DnvIEk LOGAN, Proprietor, ly
FASHION ! !
Opposite Irwin & Co's
invoice of the finest hand-mode,
Mer-IsM S. I. Co.,
Tlie Best Route
to tho World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new nnd stnuncli
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu nt. 10 o'clock-A.u. on
TUESDAY, November 17th.
Tho ctcamer passes along the eutira
coast of iho Iccwurd side of Hawaii, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm.
Ing scenery, nnd will stop at KeWake.
kuu Bay, where sufliclcut lime is allow
ed to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Puualuu
at 5 o'clock on tho duy after leaving
Honolulu, being ouly one night on th
vessel, making the entire passage ia
smooth viuter. At Punaluu there is Nut
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will be conveyed
by railroad to Palialu, thence by stago
coach to Hulf.way Houee, where horses
and guides will be in attendance to con.
vey them to the Volcano,
'lourists will have two nights and en
whole day ut iho Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, wMh
includes all expenrai.
Apply to IJAHKY ABMITAQE,
Agent, at'Willhiuib'PAotograph Gallery,
Fort street, or at tho llftco of the 1. 1. B.
N, Co., Esplanade. x 870 Cm
Ofilco 42 Merchant St, Honolulu,
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
11111m and ItrnlH Collected,
Ileal F.Htaln Uoasht and Holt,
All matters entrusted to me will receive
piompt attention, nnd returns
New Photograph Rooms.
OVER Nlehol's Hore, Fort street.
next tho Shooting Gallery, PJc.
lures, Portraits and views. First-elau"
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
W ly J. A. GONBALVE .
AJki 2u .
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