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SATURDAY, NOV. 13. 1880.
blinr Lik61lko from lvnhiilul
Stmr Wululealo fiom llaiiinkini
Slinr Mokulll from Molokal
Sclir lUana from Kuan
jjtmr 0 11 Bishop from Kauai uml
Stmr Lohua for windward imiU
Stmr Surprise for Kii.iu
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY
Schr Eiimiii for Kauai
iVfitt J), V. I'mll Is Hltln ui for ii
reopening, on Monday, on llo.el
From Hawaii ami Maul, per steamer
VI ( Hull, Nov l'J Ills Ex Governor K
H linker ami wife. .1 Horner, It Newton,
M Miikuliia and wife, .Imlgo D Kahaulc
Ho, Hon .1 A Kaiikau, .1 IC Kekanala
jiml wife; Ml It Hun, J: Smith, Judge
JGIIonpili, .1 H Itanios. U L IJrllo,
.Judge Fornandcr, .1 L l!o, MM L
jVplntlas, Mls A Ward, Mls Walninnu
.and 123 (leek.
From Iluninkuit, per steamer nlulc-
jile, Nov 1U n Hulleok, ill-" K Ttirton,
MrllTurton, .Ir, Miss K Short, Then
ScwtIii and 7 deck.
From Kahulul anil by ports, per stmr
Llkcliku, Nov i:S Kev .r 1 Joseph, 0 It
Foster, 1 N Mnkcc, .1 Cowan, A Van
Gravenmever, T E Evans, E Hoffman,
E U Mai-furlane, Master W Cornwell,
31rs Sutlllfe, Slater Benaventiiry. Sister
Itosalta, Mr MeDorniott. llro lliomas,
0 Copp ami daughter, II N Landlord,
Knmukoi, .Judge Kalanui and wife, D D
Hockey, wife and servant, W H Cum
miiigs, wife mid ehild, a pilsoners and
Stmr W G Hall-2,335 bags sugar, 278
ba"S awa, "1 bags eoftec, 8 3 bides,
2Upkgs sundries, 01 bogs, !10 cattle,
2 calves andl horse.
Stmr Wnialeale 118 dry bides, 2 horses
and 3 pigs.
Stmr Likullkc 507 bags sugar.
'The schooner .1 B Leedc, J Pctcwon,
unaster, sirrhed at Kiihtilul on the 10
int 1 clays from Tort Townsend, with
lumber for Wilder & Co.
Tuo bark 1" S Thompson will sail from
Kahului on Wednesday next for De
parture Bay, W T. '
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktno G C Perkins, Aekcnuan
Ger bark Pacific, Oltmau
Biltbk Iron U-ag, Jones
Bktno Discovery, Lee
KkCO Wliitmore. Thompson
Bgtuo .1 D Spreckcls. Friis
Bktne Mary Winkelmau. Backers
Bgtnc Coiibiielo, Cousins
Haw S S Zcalaiidia,-Kvan Oterendorf,
Wi. !111 PrilliriMM). lllloNoVl".
Haw schr General Seigel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-UO.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
Gennau b.uk llcroules, Schaclor,
sailed from Liverpool, October Uth, due
February 20 28. '
Am bktnc Amelia, Win Newhall, from
froai Port Townsend, W T,.due Novem
ber 18-20. r ,r,. ,
Am bark Forest Queen, .1 C M A ind
iug, from San FraneUeo, due November
Haw brig Hazard, W G Goodman,
from San Francisco, due at Hllo, Ha
waii, November 2 f-30. .
' Haw bark Star of Devon. A Lovell,
from Tanning's Island, due December
Haw schooner Malolo, J B Holland,
from Manlhikl, via running's Island,
due December 15-31.
Ain bark Edward Kidder, from Port
land, Oregon, en mute to Hongkong,
due November 12-10.
American bark Saranae, from New
Y'irfc. sailed.Iuly 13th, duo here ov. 18-
Tm: Moichant's Esclmngo, on tliu
N.W. corner of Nuuaiut and Kihg
MieotH, hits a giiind opening.to-niglit.
Tin: usual tenipciuncc meeting,
Ibis 'veiling, in Fowlor'H yaid, under
tho auspices of tho toinperuiieo com
niitti'o of Ihu Y. M. C. A.
Ax important sale of fiirmtiuo will
tuko place at tlio lcsiilciico of Mis.
Monsiunit, Union uliei't, on Monday,
Nov. Ifilli at 10 o'elook a. in.
Tin: lioiso ltcdwood, belonging lo
Mr. Bradley and in care of Mr. C. E.
Williams, died this morning of in
llainution of the bowels.- The animal
was valued at $500, and had a fair
record as u tiotter.
Tin: native fruit hollois have been
ordered by the Marshal to remove
their slanil.s fiom the sticot corners,
wliero they have been in the habit of
exhibiting and vending. Tho author
ity for the older is based on a law of
tlio lust Legislature, entitled "An Aet
to prevent tho obstruction of the
streets of Honolulu, etc.
Tlio ltoyal Hawaiian Bund will
play at Emma Square this after
noon commencing at I :!10. The
following is tho programme:
MarchFearless and True Unrnth
Overt m e Fra Dlavolo Aiibcr
Finale BelKailo .: Donlettl
Waltz. .Vienna Blood '.. Strauss
Gavotte Welcome Klttss
l'olka Military Waldtcufel
GBTTIXO READY FOK THK ANNUAL
A meeting of the teachers of the
city, belonging to tho Teachers'
Association of the Hawaiian Islands,
will be held Monday, November
Mill, at -1 o'clock i. m., in the par
lors of the Yt AI. C. A. building, to
make arrangements for the Annual
Y. M. C. A.
From Nov. 14th to 20th inclusive,
will be observed by all the Young
Men's Christian Associations in
America, as a week of special
prayer and effort for the salvation
of young men.
The Honolulu Association will
join in observing this Y. M. C. A.
"Week of Prayer," and hold noon
meetings in the Rooms each day
next week except Tuesday, from
12:25 to 12:55 o'clock.
Ladies and gentlemen welcome.
Topic for Monday "From Sclf
Willed Exile lo Home," Luke
'Trit U-irk W H Watson, from Llver-
,Jn RiU June 9th, due here Oetobel
fnh'-N-nv Is, to Scbaefer & Co.
i.T, w- frn-Ura flavin, FM Benson,
Am bk Jim " .' . .'of -,i, ,!
TWO OLD FRIENDS MEET.
Old friends, long separated, some
times meet when and where meeting
is least expected. Captain J. II.
Gil, of the bark E. J. Spencc, had
an experience gf this nature yes
terday. A resident of Honolulu
seeing' the Captain's name in our
report of the vessel, and noting the
fact that the Spence is owned in
Melbourne, at once concluded that
ho was an old friend. The resident
therefore called upon the Captain,
and although neither knew the face
of the other at first, a few words
brought a mutual recognition. They
had not seen each other for more
than eighteen years, and neither
had known during most of that tiire
whether the other was dead or alive.
Their meeting was most unexpected,
but none the less cordial.
Allen. Ksiwyn by 1elgU llunl. On
the Choice of Hooks by Tlioinas
Carlyle. Uough Ways made smoollt
scientific essays by H. A. Proc
tor. Tho Evolutionist at Large by
Grant Allen. Handbook of Archi
tectural Styles by A. Eoscngartcn.
Caricature History of IhcGeorgcs
by Thos. Wright. AVomen of tlio
Day A biographical dicttonaiy by
Frances Hays. Authors and their
Works with Dates by E. C. Brewer.
Observations on Popular Antiquities
by John Brand.
DEATH OF W. B. WRIGHT. .
Mr. William Boynton Wright, Su
perintendent of tho lhsano Asylum,
died at an carlv hour this morning,
at his residence, near" tliu . Asylum.- J
William B. Wright was a son of
Luther Wright, a blacksmith, who
rami! hero in early days. lie work
ed with his father Blacksmlthing1
until the latter died. Not having
had time to complete- Ins trade be
fore his father's death, it was a hard
struggle for him to qualify himself
for an industrious and useful life.
But by perseverance and what little
help ho received from others he be
came a thorough mechanic, doing
business on Ins own account for
many years, seven years prior to his
appointment to the Insano Asylum
in July 1875, ho did all the Gov
ernment work in his shop on tho Es
planade. He was an active and
most elllcient member of the Fire
Department from the time of its or
ganization until about lo years ago,
when ho was exempt from active
duty. He was a most genial com
panion and generous to n fault,
thereby gaining a host .of friends,
who will mourn his loss. Ho was
also held in high esteem by his
brethem of the Fraternal societies
of which he was a member. Ho was
born about the year 183 1-, and was
' consequently 55 years old.
Tho funeral will take ulacc at 1
o'clock to-morrow. Notices to so
cieties, &c. with which deceased
was connected, will bo found among
"Among the signs of the times, tjie
artistic manner in which the fancy
and other dry goods stores trim (heir
windows is worthy of notice. Start
ing with the Temple of Fashion,
which has handsome window dis
plays, and is selling out at cost
prices, we come to Goldberg's cor
ner, the large windows of which arc
conspicuous objects of attraction on
both Merchant and Fort street sides,
then crossing to the corner, we find
Egnn & Co. making a tine spread.
Farther up follows Watcrhouse's
display. Next comes Sachs', whose
splendid windows are very elaborate,
and well worth .stopping to look at;
and on tho corner, Goo Kim's ex
hibit is on a large scale, while no
one passing the corner of Fort and
Hotel streets can fail to stop in front
of Fishcl's and see a show, both ex
tensive in variety and tasty in arrangement.
iMiltllmto to tvtlmlro hU ilitiji a token
of remembrance from his friends.
The (lag is of blue nnd white silk.
It is 10 foot long by about 0 feet
wide, with ultcrnato stripes, six
inches wide. It has n swallow tail,
and when lloating in a gentle breeze
looks very pretty. Captain Bates
is lo bo congratulated on his favor
able recognition at Ilonuapo, en
vied for his popularity, and ad
mired for his integrity.
Before Chief Justice Judd, in
Chambers, yesterday, in re estate of
J. M. Daiglc, deceased, the Cotlit
heard tho application of lion. W. C.
Parke for tho approval of his ac
counts and discharge as administra
tor. There wcro present Mons.
Henri Feer, French Commissioner,
w ho appeared on behalf of the heirs
of the deceased in Franco, AVtn. A.
Whiting for the administrator, and
A. P. Peterson for the widow. Tho
accounts submitted showed receipts
of 3,703.10; payments 82,032.52,
with a balance on hand of $770. G I.
Tho question submitted by counsel
before the Court was, what shall be
the widow's dower interest in tlio
property. During his administra
tion of the estate, Mr. Parke on an
order from the Court had disposed
of two pieces of land one in Pa
lama realizing the sum of $1,2?5,
and another at Pensacola street,
realizing SI, 800: total realized,
83,025. Mr. Peterson, on behalf of
the widow, contended that the
widow was entitled to dower on tho
total amount realized from sale of
lands ; whereas Mr. Whiting for the
administrator argued that she could
only take dower on the surplus after
discharging the mortgages and in
terest on the Paluma property.
Counsel on both sides cited authori
ties, which the Court said would be
looked into. The Palama property
was sold subject to a mortgage of
81,000 to C. M. Cooke, in which
mortgage the former wife of the de
ceased had joined, releasing tho
dower interest. Subsequent to the
mortgage the deceased obtained a
decree of divorce from the former
wife, Panacwa, still living. Now
the subtle point arises as to whether
the first wife's leleasing dower in
the Palama property should deprivo
the widow from the dower interest
therein. Leaving aside this question
for adjudication, the Court approved
the administrator's accounts, order
ing his discharge and that ho pay
the balance into Court, which lie
In tho Law Division, before Judge
Preston, Leong To, of Honolulu,
appeared in person, and Hied a
petition asking that he be adjudged
bankrupt, also a schedule, setting
forth his assets at SG50 and liabili
ties at 81,895. The Court adjudged
him bankrupt and appointed Mon
day, November 22nd, for proving
claims and appointing an assignee.
The Marshal was ordered to take
chaige of the bankrupt's property.
Ashford & Ashford for petitioner.
CO UN Kit OF
A AKEA& KING STREET
and sin tlio
ft " Cutaway Carnages
nlo chenn, bcfoiu purclin'
lug rlsow licit'.
- h7B1H tyv-v"
tin It a a Cir a
TEMPLE OF FASHION!!
Having now passed into the hands
of responsible parth'i Is prepared nt
slioit notlcH lo do all Washing In a Su
perior Mniuiur. A comlderablo
has bocn nindc from the scale of
former rale", and
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
Who will fnvm tlic Establishment
with u trial. Lco
Crystal Soda forks
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon !?oda, Lemonade, gartnpnrllla
Fruit Syrups and Eiscuce-. mid
Ms, Boys' and Mren's Clotting!
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Shoes, etc.,
Will take place at our Store
SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 13th
AT 7 p. m. SHARP.
made from the pure Apple, all of which
we guaiantvc to be the bust.
S. COHN & CO.,
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street,
Opposite Irwin & Co'a
invite parties intending
the sale ol iced
Ifiy- Wc also
Btartinc stores for
driuks and wishing fountain supplies,
lo, can on us lielore going elbuwuere
Tie Crystal Sola Works,
P.O. Ilo. J f,7, Honolulu.
l.-.l ...... Dim. UJU fcUtiU-Sfc
Kiiiuu ii o... . .rrric co
December wo, iu--- 1j,,,1atnn froln
Brltburk Glengabei', M'M,VreJS
Liverpool, due hcie, ' "" l0
'lu-UbarkVtha, Fisher, ff
gow, sailed Sept 0, due lore Jan 10-30,
to Sehuefer & Co. .,,...
Hrlt bark Lady Lampson, Mniston,
from the Colonies, due heroin 1-eb, to
3llAineUtnoS N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Dee loth, 10
Castle & Cookg.
LOCAL &CENERAL NEWS.
Mit. J. Lyons holds an auction sale
nt the Temple of Fu&hioii this even-
On Wednesday last, ut-1 o'clock A.
m a heavy chock of earthquake visit
ed Knu, Hawaii.
Seventeen and n halt niciics 01
rain fell at Kau hist week in 56 hours.
The country was Hooded, but no
damage was done.
lions, sugar cane, old spears,
chickens, and bullocks came by tho
steamer W. O. Hull last ovoning, for
Fine weather, gontlo rains, nnd
fcplontlid looking cane, are tho re
ports fiom Hniniiktia by tho Wnlnlo-
ale, this morning.
Good Advice, Koynl Hawaiian
AgrioiiUuiul Society, Police News,
Church Notices, and other intoicst
inir roadinK matter on our fourth
Jin. Morris, tho billianlist, willgivo
exhibitions in billiards, at tho Ha
waiiun Hotel, during the. evenings of
next week, beginning nt 8 o'clock on
Monday evening. .
AT 8 o'clock, this evening, the
Portuguese Hand will parade (weather
permitting), fiom the huso bull
giounds to the coiner of Punchbowl
and Ueietunia fctrccts,
The Honolulu UilU's will drill nt
their tuinory next Monday ovoning,
On Tuesday, at 10 o'clock, they nro
to nbbuiulile at the uiniory in tlio
blue bloitbo and whito tiousers, for
tho purpose of having u target blioot
ing content, at King fclrcet iiuige, for
SHE FELL DOWN A PRECIPICE.
Last Tuesday morning an elderly
native man and his daughter went
fishing on the rocks at Ilonokaia.
They hart succeeded in catching a
number of fish, and were returning
home, when a most distressing acci
dent occurred. They Mere climbing
the bluff and were nearly at the
top, when the girl, who was a few
feet behind her futher, lost her hold
and fell headlong to the bottom of
the cliff, sonic 200 feet below. She
w.'is taken up, mangled, distorted
and dead, to her father's house,
where the old man gave vent to his
sorrow nnd wailed most piteously.
The woman was named Anna, and
was of middle age. She was carried
to her grave on the next day, fol
lowed by many mournors.
TALK AT THE STREET CORNERS.
The talk at the street corners is
that each of tho (ire companies is
expected to present a pig . at the
hookupu, in uniform. , Whether tho
company or the .pig is to be-in
uniform is not quite clear.
The talk is that the new secret
society, known among haoles as
"The Ball of Twine Society," is a.
peculiar association, that dates its
origin back to pre-liistoric tiines--that
it dives into all the mystdrios
and imitates all the practices of tlie
ancient Hawaiian Sorcerers and
soothsayers that some very repect
able people have joined this society,
probably not knowing what they
were about that it is not a lit thing
for respectable people that sensi
ble natives laugh at its absurdities,
ridicule its preposterousness, and
condemn its proceedings, and further
that its apostles are demented, craz
ed, pupule, off their base, clean
gone, not proper subjects to be at
large, and should be closely watch
ed by their friends. All -this, and
much more, is the talk. 1'ossibly it
is baseless talk, probably it has
some foundation in truth, the general
impression is that it is truer than it
ought to be.
October 20th was the second da'
of the Newmarket Langhton meet
ing. The race for the Cambridgeshire
stakes was won by W. Gilbcrts's
six-year-old horse. Tho Sailor
Prince, Mr. Manton's three-year-old
colt, St. Mirin second ; Mr. Somers
three-year-old colt, Carleton, third.
There were sixteen starters.
Having fccuied Ihe Service'of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wejiro prepared to executo all
House or SSig-n.
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
- 00 tf
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
I'liiiloin-iiisile GlotMi, Gents' FnMsMi Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Stylos and Novelties in Nockware.
CH RISTMAS and New Year Card,
all new and of the very latest de
signs, having ouon carefully selcottd by
our Mr. T. J. King, who has just re
turned from ilia Const. Cull early at
King lire 8 An Store. 80
"When the Mary Winkelman was
about 250 miles from land, on her way
to Honolulu, this trip, three geese,
apparentljcxhnusted for the want
of fresh water, rested on tlio water,
near the vessel. Jlajor Wioiighton,
passenger by the vessel, fired 13
shots at the' geese with a revolver,
but he failed to hit them. One of
the geese fiew aboard the vessel and
was captured. Captain Backus
says it was almost dead, but by
giving it nourishing food it soon
beenme lively, it is yet nnonni mo
Mary Winkelman, where it will re
main as a pet. This incident is said
to be remarkable, because a similar
occurrence has never been heard of
before, and it may never happen
NEW BOOKS FOR THE LIBRARY.
The following books havo just
been received by the Library and
Beading Boom Association :
The Hebrid Isles by Bobort
Buchanan. Lord Beaconsficld, a
biography by T. V. O'Connor.
Life and Letters of Lord Byron by
Thomas Moore. Camp Notes by
Frertk. Boyle. Tho Comcdie Ilu
maino and its author by II. II.
"Walker. Strango Stories by Grant
CAPTAIN BATES HONORED.
Cantain "Walter F. Bates, who
years ago, was master of the
schooner Uilama, which ran on tho
Kona-Kau route, and who was after
wards employed in the "Wilder S. S.
Ccr.'s line for four years, and latterly
in the servico of the Inter-Isliuid
Steam Navigation Co. for seven
years, brought in tlio steamer "W. G.
Hall yesterday afternoon, with, a
commodore's llag Hying at tho main
mast. On last Wednesday, tho
10th iust., nt 12 o'clock, whilo tho
steamer W. G. Hall was lying off
Ilonuapo, Hawaii, and prepaimg to
sail, word was sent to Captain Bates
that ho was wanted ashore. On
reaching tlio store house on the
beach, Mr. C. JST. Spencer in the
presence of a largo crowd of people
presented to tlio Captain a mag
nificent Hag, at tho samo time
saying that tho gift, signilled tho
good-will of the Kona and Kau
iieonlo towards Captain Bates,
and that it was symbolic of
their esteem for tho captain, tho
longest in the inter-islaud service.
Captain Bates replied, thanking tho
people for the honor thoy had con
ferred upon hipi, saying jt was one
of tho proudost moments of his lifu,
nnd on state occasions, when tho
fiag would be hoisted to the zephyrs,
ho would mount the hurricane deck
of tho bleamer and call upon tho
IF YOU wish to obtain real good lco
Cieam in Honolulu, obsctvu tlio fol.
Where? At No. 85 Hotel Street, near
Who? Tho Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
II. J. Hart, proprietor.
How? Uy Telephone Mutual, :i38,
Bell, 182 7J
. m .
Dn. Flint's IIhart Hemkdy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
easo and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
(S5.00 ONLY is tho price charged
tP for Two Gallons of any flavored
rich anil always fresh mnilo Steam Ice
Cream, guaranteed to be absolutely pure
or no p ly at tlio Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Biikery and Ice Cream Kooms.
Practical Confectioner and Orna.
menter, Hotel Bt., Bet. Vort & Nuuauu
rU Ifawalian and Bell Telephones,
No. 14. 4U tf
by repeated and special request, a tmnll
imolce of the finest hand-made,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable In tbe'Eaftcrn markets.
II. IIAOKFEIjD & Co.
Cab i nctmaker
To be held In honor of the
of His Majesty the King's Birthday.
Mer-IsM S. I Co.,
Tlie JBest ORonte
to the World Kcnowned
Volcano of Kilauea
DELICIOUS Kimt Icea and
bets at tliu Ei.iri:.
T CE CREAM of H'" l'meanm! Bich
L ui quality fiom onu quart to any
quantity upwards aru dclivorid packed
in ice, 1 rem H o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
I'M., ireo ol ennrgo to any pan in iionu
lulu ami fiibiulu by the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory an I B ikery.
SINCE I left the Fasti Kuver tasted
better CakeM us at the Ki.itk.
There ou will a way Ibid a great varie
ty of Fuuoy, 1'1'iiii, Fruit, Jolly, Pound
mm many oiner uiuiis oi uhki'. ueu.
dine; mid Bridal Cakes made to order.
TVERYBODY fuj the Imported
,J2i Candles at tlioUi.iTUaie yuni.yiim,
Uo and try some I
Pai'Iionizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Mauufactuior, at the Crystal Soda
Woiks, where ho is propaied to fill all
oidurs at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island oidora solicited
and promptly tilled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact !'po license is. icquired" to
bell tjicso cigais. Do wit forgot tm
name .1. W. Hingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
Mo. 03 Hotel Btrcol,
Opposite International Hotel,
CaneB and 7 diking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Cornice.-, Curtain Poles, &C
marie ot the littc"! desltms
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 and 09 Hotel btreet,
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
I O. Box 1H0, Hell 'telephone No.
IMS ..Mutual Telephone No, lfll.
The White Mouse,
No, 11H is'uiumu fcStroot,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Teims Benson,
able; FirBt-cbihs Aeeoiiimodntlonn.
M. W. SANDBbS, Proprietor.
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
71 Hotel Ht. -CS'- Telephone 74
Tuesday, November 16th.
Grand Itecepllon and Hookunu, from
10 to 4 o'clock, and In Ihe evening Flro
"VorkB and Honolulu Flro Dtpurtment
Wednesday, November 17th.
Regatta, from 0 o'clock, a. m.
Thursday, November 18th.
Procculon from 0 o'clock
Tournament, from 1 o'clock
Tableaux, from 7 .clock
WEMER & CO.
no. s li'oivx' H'xmxjaaT.
Constantly on hand a largo assortment
of every description of Jewelry, Watches,
Gold aud Silver Plaled Ware, &c,
Friday, November 10th.
Grand Ball, evening.
Tuesday, November 23rd-
Saturday, November 27th.
Tuesday, November 30th.
Btato Dlniur. c8'
Tin: new and staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, November 17lh.
The Fteamer pastes along the cntira
coast of ihe leeward side of Hawitil, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm,
lag scenery, and will stop at Kculuko.
kuu Bay, whore sufficient time is allow,
cd to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punaluu
at 5 o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being. only one night on the
vessel, making Ihe entire passage in
bmoolb water. At Punaluu there is tint
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists t 111 bo conveyed
by railroad to Pabala, thence by stage
coach to Hulf.way House, where horses
and gulden will be in attendance to con.
voy them lo the Volrano.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Ticket for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expentei.
Apply to IIAHKY AKMITAGE,
Agent, atWilllains' Photograph Gallery,
Fort strict, or at the office of ihe 1. 1 B.
N. Co., Ksplanade. f U"0 Cm
Office 42 Merchant St, Honolulu.
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Month. .
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All matters entrusted to mo will recelre
pinmpl attention, and returns
Now Photograph Rooms.
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nest the Shooting Gallery, Pic
tures, Portraits and views. First-class
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
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