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MONDAY, NOV. 15, a88G.
Slmr Kliinit fiom Maul niul Hawaii
Stmv Iwnliiiil ft out Kauai
Sinn- 0 11 ItlMiop fiom Walalu.i
Schr Ehukal from Wulalua
Schr Waioll from Kauai
.Stmr Kilauea llou from windward pruts
Schr Emma for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
nktiio Discovery for San Pr.uielsco
Ilk 0 O Whltmoro for Port Tovncud
VESSELS LEAVINC WEDNESDAY;
Stun MkclIKo for Knliiilnt ami by-poils,
Stmr Mbkolll for Mo1ok.il
From Windward ports per S S ICiunii,
Xov 1 1 W It Cattle, wife anil "-on,
Paul Neumann and servant, lion V Pa
liln and Ron, T W Uarllinlm, Mls Mary
Hitchcock, i: (1 Hitchcock, Miss A Ivan
11a, Mrs 31 ICaulla and child, Chung
Lunjr, .1 Vlorr.1. T II Austin, Mrs Klrk
land, Mis .1 A Kennedy and child, .ludgo
L aicCullV. A Kna, .1 Illicit. W P
Lumaholliel, D Day I on, W Fclilbchr,
Mlss.Claia Low, V A Kinney, M I.ouls
son, .T Hind, Mi K Hind, J Wlleock,
i: F Payne, D Xaone II II Kenton, M
Hiblno, G Bryant, Mr .1 I Dowsctt, 4
children and 2 setvants, Mks Mary
Dowsctt, II Ticadwav, Hon J W Kalua
and wife, W H Cornwall. MUs L roc
kett, Mls Annie Akina, P J Chapman,
Ah Pook. J Richardson, Hon S G Wilder-and
crvant, L Cabot, C L Wlsht
aml-'Bcrvant, G P Wilder, J Tavernicr,
Prom Kauai, per stmr Iwalanl, Nov
14-"Hcr Excellency Governes.Laiilli.ui,
Col'ZS Spalding, wlfo and faiblly, V
Knudscn, wife and family, W II Rice,
C II Stolz and wife, S W Wileox, Dr
Borland, Dr .T Campboll, Cnpt ,1 Itoss,
Miss Johnson, J W Alapal and wife, v
McKonzlc, 13 Macho, Judge J Hardy, E
13 Krusc, A Paye, Aslifonl Spencer and
wife, "1 Chinese and 1)4 deck.
Prom Walanao and Waialim, per
steamer O It lllchup, Nov 14 Lieuten
ant General John O Domluis, Major D
Holt, wife and 2 servants, S K lCaiu,
Mrs Marv Thnoteo and 15 deck.
For Sail Pranclseo, per bktno Dis
covery, Nov 10 The Misses Nott. Miss
Lindsay, Mrs Mary Silveiblrd, Mrs L
Bciinctt, Mr Carncr, wife and child and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
S S Kinnu 1,000 bags sugar, 20 head
of cattle, 07 "beep. 40 hogs, 88 bags
corn, 40 bags ginger and peanuts,
:!C7 bides, 700 goat skins, and 100
Stmr O II Bihop 2,020 bags paddy.
Stmr Iwalanl 7 12 bags sugar, U0 head
cattle, 17 pigs, :10 b.igs pia, 20 bags
lice and 100 hides.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktno G C Perkins, Aekcrinan
Ger bark Pacific, Oltniau
Brit bk Iron Crag," Jones
Bktne Discovery, Leo
Bk C O Whltmorc, Thompson
Bgtue J D Spreckels, Priis
Bktne Mary Wiukehnan. Backers
Bgtne Consnclo, Cousins '
Brit bk B J Spcncc, .111 Gill
' in 'j '
At Naalehu, Kan. Hawaii, Nov. Cth,
to tho wife of Mr. 'Thomas O'Brien, a
Haw S S Ccalaudia.KvanOterendorf,
from San Pranclseo, duo Nov 17.
Haw sehf General Seigcl, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-IJ0.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
German bark Hercules, Rclincfcr,
sailed from Liverpool, October 9th, due
Am bktne Amelia, Win Ncwball, from
from Port Townsend, W T, due Novem
Am bark Forest Queen, J C M Wind
ing, from San Francisco, due November
llaw brig Hazard, W G Goodman,
from San Fninclt-co, due at Hllo, Ha
waii, November 24-110.
Haw baik Star of Devon. A Lovcll,
from Fannlng's Island, due December
Haw schooner Malolo, J B Holland,
from Maniliiki, via Fannlng's Island,
Am bark Edward Kidder, from Port
land, Oregon, on route to Hongkong,
due November 12-10.
American bark Saraiiao, from New
York, sailcd.Tjily VJth, duo hero Nov, 18
80, to Castlolv; Cooke.
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June Dili, duoheie Octobei
SOtli-Nov 1st, to Schaefer & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, P M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer &,Co.
Urit uarK uicngauer, itoncsioii, irom
Liverpool, due hero, Jan lfi-'U, to
Davics & Co.
Brit hark Maitha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 1), duo lore Jan 1C-30,
to Sebacfer & Co.
Hi It bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from tho Colonies, due hero in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, duo here Dee 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bk J II Powers, now due from
Mit. Pishol keeiiH open this even
.lUiAwrains have fallen on Kauai,
and a wot winter is anticipated.
Tin: S. S. Zealnndia and tho Jos.
Gristlier troupe nro expected hero on
A LMioi: and dangerous liolo is
roported in tho Pali road, about a
half mile this side of tho Pali.
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Mr. Lou Morris givesafico billiard
o.xbilion at tho llawaiian'IIotel this
evening, commencing at 8 o'clock.
A i.Aiinn number of passongors
auived yestciday from Kauai, to at
tend tho King's birthday festivities.
To:.ionnow being' a joya" jubilee
nud ii' legal holiday, tho Library and
ljeadiug Hooni will.be closed during
tho day and ovening,
3Mn. KncliH will keep oiion Ills store
this evening until 0 o'clock.
Tiir.ni: will bo no concert nlKinma
Sqmuo this evening. .
Mn. William Auld lias been ap
pointed (superintendent 5f the Ins.uio
Till" liitching posts infiontof tliu
Uoveinmpnt Unilding reseinblu nn
PiiKsit Oyster can 1m luul at Nollo's
on the arrival of tlm Xoalandia, due
Hutu faneieis will seo nn oppoitu
nity to giatify tlieir tastes by looking
at our atlvcitiseinents.
Tin: baikontino Discovery sails for
San Francisco to-moirow. She will
take any lctteis or papers inaiked
Miss Knuitii A. Wall, who in now
in San Fianutaoo, is expected heio by
the Intur-lund -Btoaiu Navigation
Co.'h new steamer,
A cAuiUArii: iobo was picked up ear
ly this morning, ofi King Hlieet, near
the residence of .lunge Me.Cully. The
owner can get the iobo by calling at
Tun Hawaiian Band plays at the
Palace to-morrow morning, at 0
o'clock, and will continue playing
there throughout the day, until 5
His Majesty's Biitlulay, to-monow,
will lie loyally celebrated by the en
tile Bulletin stall", by a cessation,
fiom labor. Therefore, there will be
no issne of this paper to-morrow.
Notwithstanding the rain and
mud, the miction sale of Mrs. Mon
sarrat's household furniture war very
well attended to-day, and the piices
realized, on the whole, were good.
Tun Honolulu Riilcs drill at tlieir
armory this evening, when thoy will
receive instructions about assembling
at 1 o'clock to-morrow for the target
Silvku picthcrs, bowls, mugs, cof
fee and ten sots, besides a large
quantities of gold and silver orna
ments, have been bought at Wenncr
& Co.'s for the IlOokupu.
Col. Spaulding and family, ,of
Kcalia, and Mr. Knudscn and family,
of Koloa, Kauai, anived yesterday
by the Iwalani, en louto for San
At 3 :30 to-morrow, the time set for
the military to piescnt themselves at
tho Palace, the King's Own and
Queen's Own, without arms, will form
line in the Palace yard, and piescnt
to His Majesty company gifts.
Consideiiauli: of the present lice
crop in the Koolau district has been
ruined by the heavy rains. Tho un
cut grain being weighed clown by the
weight of tho rain, has been spoilt
before it could bo gathered.
Nonc of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co.'ssleamers will sail be
foro Thursday next, but on that day
the steamers W. G. I lull and Iwalani
sail on their respective routes. As to
the other steamers of tho same com
pany, tlieir movements aio not yet
At C o'clock to-morrow morning,
the Police force,, headed by the Re
formatory School Band, will maich
to the Palace, where thoy will pay
their lespects to the King. At 1
o'clock the same band will escort En
gino Co. No. -I, from tlieir house to
At 12 to-night bombs, lockets, and
cannons will be fned from the. top of
Puiicnbowl Hill, and at the same
hour the artillery will march thiough
the town, filing cannons at every
corner, making the atmosphere
vibrate and the houses tremble.
A little diversion was occasioned
this morning, on Queen street, by
Mr. Gideon "Westls horse running
away, and our friend (the owner),
in hot pursuit. After having run a
short distanco, the horso was caught
by a native, t and returned to its
owner, who having mounted the
buggy, administered a castigation to
tho horse, that will probably teach
him not to take any such liberties
Mb. D. P. Smith, who has chargo
of the iiro works, and Mr. Win.
Unger, who fires tho mottoes, will
campontopof Punchbowl to-night. If
nothing but their bones nro found in
tho morning, an inquest will not bo
necessary as it will bo very
obvious that nn army of ccnte
pedcB, a host of fcorphms and a mul
titude of goats havo wrought the
Mn. R. AV. Holmes Dr. II. J.
Pratt, and Mr. J. II. Loppla, tour
ists, did tho pal! on Satuiday
afternoon. Both aro gentlemen
of extensive travel, and thoy ex
pressed tlieinsoJycB j) Htrong torms
of admiration, on tho guuidour our
pali bcoiio, Mr, Ilolnieii, who has
recently been at tho Yosomitu, noted
several foatures of resemblance be
tween tho pali towers and tho Yose
mito Cathedral spires.
Wo aro requested to state that tho
notice relating to the reception at
tho Palnco to-moirow, applies to
ladies as well as gentlemen, as Her
Majesty the Queen will also be pres
ent to receive visitors. .
CUSTOM HOUSE CANE.
The cant) 'for tho PustQ'i' Jlpt'sp
pfllp'oifi'tq bp glvpn tp ilis Majesty
the King is u jiaiidsoino piece of
wor)c. The knob, n mass of solid
gold, is capped with a crgu'iof
cmcrnlcls ami tlnnk'crt by local views
Diamond Head, Pali, etcmag'
niftccnlly engraved. Welow the
knob is n six-incii band of gold,
containing tlio names of the donors,
olio below the other in n correspond
ing order to the position thoy lfbld.
The cane, in a line caso, will bo
presented to-morrow and it reilcets
creditably on the donors for their
wisdom in choosing such a durable
and elegant present for their King.
ELECTRIC LIGHT TO-NIGHT.
At 7 o'clock this evening, tlia
electric light at the Palace will be
tested, preparatory to to-morrow
night's exhibition. The dynamo and
engine arc stationed in the Palace
yard. The engine, a donkey, though
not well ndapUd for this parti
cular work, will answer well enough,
as an automatic regulator will be
used. There arc to be 10 lights of
2,000 candle povcr each, and the
public will not only witness the
grandest illumination ever seen hero,
but niaj' also sec the working of the
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Mrs. Kichard 11. Knapp and maid,
l'ortland.Or. ; C.N.Noycs, Portland,
Or. ; Major Wroughton, S. 1. ; Mr.
nifd Mrs. F. Homer, Lahaina ; C
M. Adams, S. F. ; 1. N. Makce,
Waihee ; Chas., Foster, Maui ; IS.
Hoffmann, Maui; H. Tut ton, La
haina; Master Percy Ashford, Ca
nado; C. II. M, Mackenzie, Kilauea,
Kauai; J. Hardy, Koloa; T. Knud
scn and family, Waimea, Kauai ;
Kd. Macllc, AVaitnea, Kauai; A.
Fayc, Kohala; Dr. Borland,. Wai
mea, Kiuiai ; Z. S. .Spaulding and
family, Kauai ; F.
II. II. Ronton. Kohala: Win. Corn
well and servant, Maui; Jos. Hind,'
CONGRATULATIONS OF THE PRE
SIDENT. It has been arranged that the
congratulations of the President of
tho-United States to King Kalakaua
on his 50th birthday shall be pre
sented to His Majesty on this, the
eve of his birthdaj, at 7 o'clock.
Mr. F. P. Hasting, acting charge
d'affaires for the United States, will
present these feiicitat'ous. Mr. Bates,
U. S. Commissioner to Samoa, who
passed through here last month on
bis return to the States, was to have
been joined with the representative
of America nt this Court in the pre
sentation of the President's compli
ments, but his commission for that
purpose crossed him at'sca.
AN OFFICER'S EXPERIENCE.
An olllccr from a vessel in port
came ashore last Saturday night,"
with the view of seeing something
of the town. Being used to cities
with proper side walks, tho olllcer
naturally betook himself to our side
walks, expecting safe and comfort
able walking. lie had not proceed
ed far, when ho fell into a depres
sion, barked his shins, and nearly
broke a leg. Picking himself up,
he uttered some strong language,
and proceeded a little more cautious
ly. Suddenly he came in contact
with an elevation, slim high, went
down head first, and cracked his
neclc, almost breaking it. That
olllcer got back to his ship ns quick
ly as he knew how, with a very un
favorable impression of -110110111111
side walks, and with a determination
to remain on board, and not risk his
valuable life again on such a dange
FUNERAL OF W. B. WRICHT.
The funeral of the late William
B. Wright took place yesterday
afternoon, from the lodge room of
Lc Progress dc l'Oceanic A. F. &
A-. M., of which lodge the deceased
was a member. A large concourse
of the brethren assembled, (conspi
cuous among whom was His Majesty
P. M. of Lodge Le Pro-
pay the last sad rites to
their deceased brother. After tho
ceremonies in the lodgo room, tho
funeral cortego formed on King
street, headed by tho Roj'al Ha
waiian Band, then tho Honolulu
Fire Department, Knights of
Pythias, Masonic bodies, Hearse,
with pall bearers, representatives
from Le Progress, dc l'Oceanic
lodgo, 32 degree Scotisli rite Masons,
Knights of Pythias, and Firemen,
carriages with mourners .and citi
zen generally, and marched to the
Nuiuinu Ccmctry, where tho maso
nic services for the burial of the
dead were performed in a most im
pressive manner, by W. B. Davey,
W. M. ofLo Progress do l'Occanio
lodge assisted by J. M. Monsarrat,
W. M. of Hawaiian lodge, F. & A.
M., and D. Dayton, P. M. of Le
Progress de l'Oceanic lodgo j, F.
& A. 31. Th,is has" ended
the labor of one of Hawaii's natlvo
bons, and a most estimable citizen.
Bcqiiioscat in paco,
THE MIHSTJJEL ENTERTAINMENT.
The II, Y. B. C. entertainment at
the Music Hull, Saturday night, was
successful in every resppc, Tho
house was lqrgp and. tjio perform
ance, after the 'practice of the pre
ylous evening, was excellent, JL'ho
singing and speaking was sulllci
ently loud and distinct. The acting
was good, not a single hitch occur
ring. Tho local jokes were plainly
heard and appreciated. The actors,
encouraged by frequent apphvisq,
did their part's liko professionals.
The entertainment was worthy
of a full house, and each actor is to
lie congratulated ppr Hip oapllni
stylo ii wijpli ho. parried out his
part, Tho two oiitcrtaimuents com-
blncd amounted td 5750, the ox
penscs"S200, balance for the benefit
of the Yacht & Boat Club $550.
The Registrar of Conveyances
issues the following notice, in this
From and after November 30,
1880, all accounts duo to the Registry
Oillce will bo collected at the end of
every month. People residing on
the oilier islands will please remit
The Royal Palace is being decor
ated for to-morrow, Hags, evergreens,
flowers, ferns, and painting are
being profusely distributed. The
lanai is ft structuro !300 feet long
by about 30 wide and is made of
four inch pine planks. It is covered
inside with nn elaborate amount of
(lags, evergreens, pictures and orna
ments. The Palace hands may bo
seen dilligcntly working about tho
premises and all is astir.
Our reports of the legislative pro
ceedings "of the session of 1880 is
now published in book form, con
sisting of 714 pages, including u
comprehensive "table of contents,"
carefully prepared bj 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
partisan bias. The book is on sale
at Mr. Sopcr's '(normcr'y Oat &
Co.'s), Merchant street, Mr. T.
G.' Thrum's, Fort street, and the
Daily -Bulletin Oillce. The price
EMANCIPATION IN BRAZIL.
A letter from Rio do Janeiro,
dated September 20th, says: At
tho proposal of Condc do S. Salva
dor do Mattosinhos, the chief of the
Portuguese colony, a society has
been founded for tho purpose of
freeing, by purchase or otherwise,
all slaves belonging to the estates of
deceased Portuguese residents in
Brazil. This will be a valuablo con
tribution to abolition, as the slaves
held by Portuguese residents arc
very numerous. The Rio de Janeiro
planter who is going to free and
locate his 3,000 slaves is not Vi
condc dc Nova" Friburgo, as at first
rumored, but Coinniendador Joaquin
Jose Breves, the celebrated planter,
who is popularly known as
'em," from his alleged
practices. The number of slaves in
the Empire on the 30th of- Juuc,
1885, was olllcially reported at 1,
133.228, but must now be -under
1,000,000, through the opeiation of
death, liberation and the freedom
of sixty-year-olds. At' the same
date the number of children born
free by virtue of the law of 1871
CHRISTMAS and New Year Cirds,
all new and of the very latest de
signs, having been carefully selected by
our Mr. T. J. King, who has just re
turned from the Cjast. Call early at
King Bros.' Art Store. 80
IF YOU wish to obtain real good Ice
Cream in Honolulu, obsctvo tho fob
mierey At wo. a notci street, near
Who? The Ei.rrn Ico Cream Parlois,
II. J. Hart, rroprietnr.
How? By Telephone Mutual, . 338.
Bell, 182. . 7a
Dn. Punt's IIkakt IIemcoy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
find Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
S5.00 ONLY is the price charged
for Two Gallons of any lluvored
rich and always fresh made Steam Ice
Cream, guarantee 1 lo he absolutely pure
or no pry at llie Pioneer Steam Cuudy
Factory, UiiKery ana ice uream kdoiiib.
Practical Confectioner and Orna
mcutcr, Hotel St., Bet. Port & Nuunnu
t-K Hawaiian and Bell Telephones,
No. 74, 40 tf
ICE CREAM "f tho Purebt and nick
est quality fiom ono rpiart to any
quantity upwards are delivered packed
in ice, from 11 o'clock A, M. to C o'clock
v m.. free of charge to any nart in Hono
lulu and suburb by tho Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory nntl Bakety.
SINCE I left ihc .East! Never tasted
bettor. Cakes! as at the Elite.
Thcro jou will n'wnjM llml a great varie.
ty of Fancy, Plain, Prult, Jelly, Pound
uud many other kinds of Cakes. Wed.
ding and Bridal Cakes made to order,
EVERYBODY says tho imported
Candies at thoEuTisaro yum.yiiui
Uo and try same! 73
PAi'itoKizn Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars ol .1, 'VY, Hingloy,' Cigar
Maii'ifaotnror, at the Crystal Soda
Works, whero ho Is propared to (ill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale priqes. Island oiders solicited
and promptly lilled. Tho attention
of dealers it, icspcctfully invited to
tho fact "no licomu is requited" to
sell these ciguis. Do not foiget tio
name J. W. Hingloy, n,pr the place
Crystal Spd.iv Yoki Hotel fcliect.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Hive just iccched a few more
AKEA & KI Jf G STREET
and hoc tho
Wl Cutaway Carriages
Helms for sale (heap, befoie purchns'
74 Ing elsewhere.
HiiiiDliilii SlciDii Liiiinilry
Having now passed Into tho Iinnds
of responsible, parties is prepared nt
filioil notico to-do all Washing in a Su
perior Manner. A considerable
It DES I XJO rJ? I O IV
lias lii'cn made from the scale
former rale, and
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
Who will favor the Establishment
with a trial. GO
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade,!! San npai ilia
Fruit Syrups and Ltsonccs and
mado from the pure Apple, all of which
we guarantee to bo the ben.
WW" e also invito p
starting stores for th
le sale of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to;call on us before going cUowlivrc.
Tie Crystal Sofia Wotfs,
P.O. l'o.x f f,7, Iloimlnlu.
Bell Telephone, : : 298
Mutual " : : : 330
Having fecuicd the Scrvkc'of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wijirc.prcparcd to execute all
House or Sin
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Flplates, Bolls ftHjibn.
H. irACKFELD & Co.
No. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Connects Curtain Poles, &c
made of ine latent designs.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 and 00 Hotel strict,
Fresh Grocorlos and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. O. Box ISO, Hell Tolcpliouu No.
310 .Mutual Telephone No. 104.
The White House,
JVo. 11B Ninianu Htrucl,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Ilolel; Torjns Iteoson.
able; First. class Accommodations.
M. W, BANPBHS, Proprietor.
STEAI CAM FACTORY
P. HOHN, Practical Confectioner,
rasiry uook anu nuKcr.
71 Hotel St. 1&V3S Telephone 74
WENNER & CO.
NO, 03 XOKT HTIllSE'P.
Constantly on hand a largo assortment
of every description of Jewelry, Watches,
Oold and Silver Plated Ware, &c.
GREAT AUCTION SALE
lea's, Boys' and CMlflrea's Hog!
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Shoes, etc.,
Will take place at our Store
SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 13th
AT 7 p. m.
Nos. 63 & 65 Port Street,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Giston-mate Mil, Gents' M'nislmi! Goofls,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles ami Novelties in NcckWare.
by repeated and special request, n small imoico of the finest linnd.made,
Obtainable In thifEastcrn markets.
To be held In honor of tho
of His Majesty the King's Birthday.
Tuesday, November 16th.
Grand Reception and Hookupu, from
10 to 4 o'clock, and in the evening Fire
Wors and Honolulu Fire Diparlmcut
Wednesday, November 17th.
Regatta, from 0 o'clock, a. in.
Thursday, November 18th.
from Ik o'clock
from 1 o'clock
Tableaux, from 7 o'clock
Friday, November 10th.
Grand Ball, evening.
Tuesday, November 23rd.
Saturday, November 27th.
Tuesday, November 30th.
A Live Morning Paper
'The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Month.
28DnvlEL LOGAN, Proprietor, ly
Opposite Irwin & Go's
Mer-Mail S. I Co.,
Tlie .Best Itontet
to tho World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leave Honolulu at 10 o'clocki.v.u. oa
TUESDAY, November 17tb.
The steamer paBECs along the entire
coast of (he leeward side of Hawaii, af.
fording touribtB a panorama of charm,
ing scenery, and will stop at Kculukts.
kuu Day, vshore bufllcieut time is allow,
cd to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punaluu
at S o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, .making tho entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and 'from there tourists will Lc convoyed,
by railroad to Pahahi. thence by stage
coach to Ualf.wny House, whero horses
and guides will be in attendance tccon.
voy tliein to the Volrano.
Tourists will have two niphts and one
whole day at the Volcano, House.
Tiokets for the round trip, $50, wkich.
includes all expenses.
Apply to HARRY ARM1TAOE,
Agent, alWilliani8' Photograph Gallery,
Fort stnet, or at tho oillce of tho 1. 1. S.
N. Co., Esplanade. f U70 Ora
Office 42 Merchant St, Honolulu.
Collector & Real Estate Agent
IIIIIh and Kent Collected
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All mutters intrusted to mo will icceiY.
pionipt attention, and returns
Now Photograph Room.
OVER Wchol's noro, Fort street,
next tho Shooting Gallery, Pic
tures, Portraits and Views. First-class
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
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