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Itti i O V.'hi'.tnOi
Mtmi Ak ll-'cf"-. K-t'iiilni nnd by poits.
S mv MnWU I'.r MfWd
Hhjue UUujv ry U-r Mm Fiatu'lro
Ftiivivo .la I ur Tti'i.'i"' Vliln.
Konu n n l K'"" h'.'IO 'i in
Sil.u lt .t! .'ii K.i K (l .ii .'.. o V n
Tho tdi-.iiiiur O 11 lllshop sails oil Fri
day at ill ii in, for "Wnlauae, IloKuleln
n nil WMiiiun.
Tin' sailing of I lit) DWoovery
postponed until lliis afternoon.
VESSELS IN PORT.,
nktne Q C lViMns, Ackcrinnii
Gcr bark Paclue, Ollinnn
.IJiltbklron Crag, Jones
Jlktno Dl'covory, Leo
k C O Whltmore, Thompson
JlEtno JDSpicckoU. 1'ills ,
UUtnc Mtiry Wlnkoliimn. Hackers
Utiic Coiisuelo, Cousins
Hnw S S Zealandln. It van Oterendoif,
from San Francisco, duo Xov 17.
Haw schr General Selccl, from French
Frigate Shoals due Nov20-30.
Gcr bark Hydra, from Hoiifrkong, duo
German bark Hercules, Sebaeicr,
sailed from Liverpool, October 9th, due
February 20 28. , .
Am bktnc Amelia, Win INewhall, from
from Port Tovucnd, W T, duo Novem
ber 18-20. T ,r ixn ,
Am b:uk ForcsL Queen, .T G M Wind
ing, from San Francisco, due November
Haw bi Ig Ilnzaul, W G Goodman,
from San Fianclsco, duo at Hilo, Ha
waii, November 21-00. '
Haw bark Star of Dovon. A Lovcll,
frnm Vnnnliiff's Island, duu December
Haw schooner Mnlnlo, .T 11 Holland,
from Manlhiki, via Fauning's Island,
duo December 15-111.
Am bark Kdward Kidder, from Poit
land, Oicgon, en loulo to Hongkong.,
duu November 12-10.
American bark Saranac, front New
York, sailed July 13th, duo here Nov. 18
30, to Castle & Cooku.
Brit bark W 11 Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June Dili, due bore Oetobei
liOth-Nov 1st, to Sclinerer & Co.
Am bk Martini Davis F 11 Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengabor, Itollestou, from
Liverpool, due here, Jan 15-31, to
Davios & Co. ,
Brit bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 0,-duo lcro Jan 15- U0,
to Schaefer it Co.
Brit bark Lady Lainpson. Mnrston,
from tho Colonies, duo hero in Feb, to
Brewer & Co. .
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, Horn
Poit IJlakely, duo licro Dec 15th, to
Castle tte'CooUc. - .
Am bk J II 1'owpis, now due from
LOCAL &CENEHaV HEWS.
The Honolulu Kiflcs drill this
.--n i "
The usual services! at the churches
Mk. J. Lyons holds his regular
cash salo to-moirow.
A runaway occurred on King
strpct tiiis morning. No damage.
The closintr of business houses at
1 o'clock this afternoon was pretty"
At 12 noon to-morrow Mr. Lyons
will sell plants, ferns, and household
Tiieku were several runaways yes
terday, but no lives were lost or
Mil. Morris will give an exhibition
of fancy shots this evening, at the
billiard room of tho Hawaiian Hotel.
At 2 :30 this r. M., there was no
sign of the S. S. Zealandia, and the
rain was coming down with a venge
Messrs. E. V. Spalding, A. J. Curt
wriglit, Jr., and J. M. Doivsctt went
out shooting yesterday, and returned
wite ISO plover.
Noonday meeting at the Y. M.
O. A. at 12:25 to-morrow. Topic,
"From Loss, to Gain," Mark 10,
28-30. Everybody welcome.
The King in Priovy Council has
restored tho following persons to their
civil rights : Kekahiwn, David Wat
son, Joseph Woodward, and Mu.
Next Tuesday evening, Mr. Win.
Howe and Chinese Jim will play a
billinrd match at McCarthy's hall,
for a purse of $50. Tho game will
bo 1C0 points three balls. Forfeit
money is now up.
The items on the. jubileo pio
gramme for to-morrow are Histo
rical Procession, from' U o'clock a, m. ;
Baseball Tournament, horn 1 o'clock
r. M. ; and Historical Tableaux, from
7 o'clock i m.
Mn. J, Williams, photogiaphor,
issued to-day n very neatly gotten up
programmo of the regatta, and dis
tributed tlioentiio edition gratis. Its
distinguishing featuro is an excellent
niinatiiio photogiaph of His Majesty
on the lust page.
This morning's "Adveitiser" is
authority for tho following: Yestoi
day His Majesty tho King granted
pardons to fifty prihoners. Four of
them to, A. H. ilridges, Wilkinson,
Geo. Davis and Melaleuca, nro on con
dition that they leave- tho countiy.
Mu. Parker Makeo, while wulking
fiom ono steamer to another on a
gang plank this morning, fell
into tho bay thiaugh the plank
giving away! Mr. Makeo, though
greatly frightened, was not huit be
yond slightly suininiug ono of hia
Tile (1? litis been rattier tinftttor
nb!6 fox the nognlta, as far na the
gpneirt) public arc conccrnvd, bu
ontim f llits rain, '"' ' Vr:u uariy
in liio ilny. llii'(.tic,lshao lecn
in n dlsiiFooablc oimimIvIoii tif mml.
NfTcrllu ie.ta, :i InrpO voiir-c of peo
pin Iia I rt35umiktlaloipt!ieh:uVi'
hy the tin o anuminc" il fm- h'a tihg'
Tlic'Tloval K.;v. liim 13.ml v a
Stnlionr oil tuc ilrtei--ti k1 Klatb
Nr.lciiiM. Vo '" v'uiTf. niii! tin
J :.i ;, l , ( I 1' md on the
. ,i.tr" f 'iic tic a'l.f SuMinaliip
, t'i u i !"-. N rumislr cl lively
miisiu, uliuinulel,, tluouglioiit the
tiny. Following are the events lip
to 1 o'clock this af tcrnbou :
1. Yacht race. Finit prize 8o0 i
second, 820; third, 10. There
were seven entries, blurting in the
following: order! Nalnnieliikti, Ka
hihilani, Nellie, Pauline, Jack Keeso,
P6kii, Kaleooknlani. The rnco not
2. The bccoml race for double
scull was hotly contests by" four
boats, the Ilcnccla coming in first,
Everytime, ami; St. Jacob's Oil,
flrd ; Fair Play, .lth.
3. Tho third lace for whalcboats
Thero were thieo started, the Lapa
kahoe, Kuulakui and Kekukai. The
Lapakahoo tool? the lead at the start
and held it all tho way, coming in
in the following order: Lapakahoo,
1st ; Kualakai, 2nd ; Kekukai, 3rd.
4. This was for 4-oared Rigs,
junior crews. There were 3 boats
started, the WJluokalani, Pomaike
lani, and Puaiwa. The Puaiwa
tool; the li-acl at the stmt. The bouts
all changed positions before reach
ing the light house, the Puaiwa still
leading, coming back tho Pomaika
lani took tho lead and at the light
house was 2 length ahead, coming
in first, Liliuokalani 2d, and Puaiwa
5. Slx-paddlo canoes. There
was but one stinted and paddled
against time had to go over the
course inside of 12 minutes. Time,
about 11 i minutes. About this
time His Mutesty the King, with a
partj- of la'dies anil gentlemen came
out on the tugEleu.
G. Six-oaied gigs. Thoio were
three staitcd, the Lei Aloha, Kaiu-
Iani, and Liliuokalani. They all
had a good sart. Lei Aloha took
the lead before getting to light
house, then the Kaiulnni made a
spurt and took the load on the
home stretch. All the boats were a
long way apart, Kaiulaili coming in
first, Liliuokalani 2nd, Lei Aloha,
3rd. The- Lei Aloha broke two
oars, and was nearly full of water;
reports the sea very rough outside.
7. Swimming lace. While watt
ing for the return of the four-oared
boats, the swimming race took
place. There were four started and
but two finished. Poepou being
1st atul won the prize.
8. This was for four-oared ship
boats. Owing to so many entries
and the unequal advantages in size,
&c. there were two races made of it.
The first to start were, the Iron
Craig, Pacific and Malulani. The
Malulani tookjthe lead at start, but
at the finish the Iron Craig 1st, Ma
lulani 2d, Pacific 3rd.
While this race was in progress
the fib race was called ; there were
5 started and Kakaako came in first;
this was a well contested race and
cause considerable merriment.
The (living contest was next and
Pelehu was the successful contes
tant. A most elaborate lunch was set
on board the Flagship and guests
were royally received.
9-Then came the rest of the four
oared ship boats; there w.erc G
boats started, and at the finish the
Iunau was 1st, jNeuwaln 2nd,
and the others were all distanced.
Our reports of the legislative pro
ceedings of tho session of 188(5 is
now published in book form, ton-si-ting
of 7-li pages, including a
comprehensive "table of contents,"
carefully prepared by a gentleman
who has taken a deep interest in the
work during lis progress through
the press. These reports are im
partial and entirely free from any
partizan bias". The book is on sale
at Mr. Sopor's (formerly Oat &
Co.'s), Merchant street, Mr. T.
G. Thrum's, Fort street, and tho
Daily Bulletin Olltce. The price
mPIPPWONE for' Ico
A. 31,iiiul(J...3J8; Hell Co. 182
CHRISTMAS iiihINuw Year Oirds,
all new nun of tho vuiy latest tic
sigiiF, In vim; lii-eu (arufully i-elieud by
our Mi. T. J. Kimr. vvlio hai ju-t re.
turned from the (Jimsi, Call inrly at
King Hn s. An Store. 80
IF YOU wish to obtain real ,'ood Ico
Ui en m in Honolulu, objeivu thu fol.
WlicroJ At. No. 85 Hotel Street, near
Who? Tho Emtk Ice Cream Parlors,
II. J. Ilnr't, proprlit'ir.
How? Uy Telephone Mutual, 358,
Hill, 183. 73
EVERYBODY sny tho imported
Uitnilivb ut tlinKi.ni:nio yum.yuin.
Oo and try scuibI 7:'
Patiionizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. llingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, tit tho Crystal Soda
Woiks, whoro ho is prepaied to fill all
oi dors at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealors is lCHpcctfully invited to
tho fact "no liconso is required" to
sell theso cigars. Wo not forget tho
iniino J. W. Hiugloy, nor tho pluco
Orytlal Soda Works, Hotel street.
' CO ly
' Q ybit ' oVoi ? fto, I uM-ir -IdKleil
tuuo- Ice Orcam than at tin lit.tTn!
Tnslr lor Cr 'm is rcftlly r!r!(uV 6, aal
bi.ua n iiio.8 cwy pinco un-y iav :i u
li. Flint's IIkam1 IlRMUfcY Is a
iSpLCil'- for nil forms of iff art l)le
vimc and aim lur Dlsutfcn of Sidneys
iiihi C'iri'tiliHiun. De;oiitSvo W L
With every hnltlu. Jlensuli KlMlh St
Jo Aitoni '!3l
tAXffi FaniiV. l I'll anil nrnn
l?;1miv, l'l i'n nttil
V in ntiil of I'uni il s-iipM 'ii iihvay
i u l.uu'l nl the 1 t. ir, on II iul"3'
ONLY ! P1 c" i,i"''il
nir 1 w liiu ii- 'ii iiy n vi r -i
rii li mi I 1 1 kV.iv -i fri- Ii m ib Meim in
Cretin, nuattui eeii ,o li, ul s'llu tl.V pure
or no p'iy lit the Pioneer Sicaui Ounily
I'nploiy, lliikcry and Ice Crcnn Honins.
J V. HDltK,
Piactical Confectioner mid Oma.
monter. Hotel HI.. 13et. Fort it Ntlllmill
M. Hawallnn and Hell Telephones,,!
Mo. 71. ' "
CANDIES I Imported, fine and
sw cot, you'll 11ml at the Kutk. S3
ICE CREAM of Hi" I'lircitrtml Hich-e-l
ipmlity from onn fitmrt to any
qunntltj ipwiriW niu del urul packed
In ice, froin II o'clock a.m. to (1 o'clock
v M., Irci) of cli'ircc to any pail in Ilono
lulu and mburly by the Pio.ieer Sle.un
Candy Factory anil llalieiy.
SINCE I left the East I Never tasictl
botlor Cake-! us at the El tk
There joj slll a'wujN Hml a gical varie
ty of Fa-ey, Plain, Fruit, Jelly, Pound
mid many other kinds of Cakes. Wed.
ding mid Bridal Cftkcs made to order.
A. "Voice ffom V-WHtrla.
Near tho village of Ziuingdorf, in
Lower Austria, lives Maria Haas, an in.
telligcijl anil industrious woman, w hoc
story of phvslcal Millering and llinil ic
lief, hi related by herself, is of Intcru-t
to Engli-h women. "1 sas emploveil,"
slie snyi-, " in the work of a huge faun
hotivo. Ovei-woik brought on sick
licidaclie, followed by a deathly faint,
intj and sickness of the sloinacli, until I
wa tumble to retain either food or
di ink. I was oninpelkd to lake to my
bed lor several weeks. Getting a little
better from re.-t and quiel, I sought t
do some work, but was soon taken with
a pain in my side, whie.li In a little
nhilo -eeiued tospiead over my whole
body, and throliLcil in my every limb.
This was followed by a cough and
-horlness of liieath, until llnallyTcould
not sew, mid I look to my bed for the
second, and, as 1 thought, for the last
time. My triumla told ue thai my time
had nearly come, and that 1 could not
live longer than when thotiees put on
their green - nee more. Then 1 happen
ed lo get ono ot the boigoi pampiiiets.
I lead it, and my dear mother bought
mc a bottle of Bcigel's Syrup, which I
took exactly according to diicctions.
and I had not taken the whole of it be
fore I felt a great cliaDge for tho belter.
My last illness began June , 1683, and
continued to Aupust flth, when I began
to take tho Syrup. Yery soon I could
do a little light work. The cough left
mo, and I was no more troubled in
b calhing. Now 1 am perfectly cured.
And oil, how happy 1 ami 1 cannot ex
press gratitude enough for Seigel'o
Syrup. Now I must tell you that the
ilouto s in our dUliict distributed hand,
bills cautioning people against the
medleine, telling them it would do them
no good, and many wero thereby intlu.
euced to destroy tho Seicel pamphlets;
but now. wherever one is to be found, It
is kept like a relic. The fow preserved
are borrowed to rend, and I have lent
miub lor six miles mound our district.
People have come eighteen miles to get
mc to buy the medicine for them, know,
ing that it cured me, and to be sure to
get the right kind. 1 know a woman
who was looking like death, and who.
told them thcro was no help for her,
that she had consulted several doctors,
but none could help her. I told her of
Seigel's Syrup, nnd wrote the name
down for her that she might mako no
mistake. She took my ndvicu and the
Syrup, and now she is iu perfect health,
and the people around us are amazed.
Tho medicine has made sucll pi ogress
in our neighborhood tlint people say
they don't want the doctor liny more,
Hut they lake ihu Syr p. Sullureis from
gout who were coullntd to their bcil and
could huidly move a linger, have been
u-uieil by n. Tlieic Is a girl In our dis.
niet wiio caught a cold by g6ing
ihiough some water, and was m bed live
years with custivenesii and rluuinalie
pain, und had to liaio an attendant In
rtiitch by her. There was not a doctm
iu thu sunoiindiug t Irtrlcts lo whom
her mother had not uppliid to relieve
her child, but every one ciosrctl them
selves and said they could not help her.
Whenever the little bell rang which is
rung in our place when somebody is
dead, wo thought suiely it was for her,
but Seigel's Syrup nnd Pills taxed her
life, and now she Is as healthy as any.
body, goes to chinch, und can woil;
oven in the fields. Everybody was at.
toulsbcd when they saw her out, know
ing how inauy years shu had been in
bed. To-ilav she adds hor gratiludo to
mine for God's mercies mid Seigel's
Svriin. Maiua IIaak."
The people of England tpeak confirm,
ing tho above.
A.l'tuv Bevoral Years.
"Stoke Ferry, January 0th, 1881.
"Gentlemen, I havo used Siegel's
Syrup forbcvein) years, and have louud
it a most clllcacious remedy for Liver
complaints and general debility, und I
always keep some by me, and cannot
speak too highly in its nruifu I re
main, yours truly, Harriett King."
AI'Uu' Hlxtmm Yonw.
Allor jviuny Yhbi'h.
" WiltUclo.WfiodB, m ar Chorley,
"December I'd, 188:t.
"Dear Sir, Mother Seigel's medicine
bolls exceeding uell with us, nil that try
it speak highly in its fuvor. Wo had a
case of a young l.idv that had hocn trou.
blid many yeai with pains after catiiifr,
Sho tells us that tho pains wero entirely
taken away uftur a few doses of your
medicine. Vouis truly, H. Pup,."
Tim .ldmnilH 1HV1 liocn
" Ilfoid Hoad Ditpeiieary, Dnkliifleld,
Muy It, 1881.
"Dear Sir, I am happy to inform
you that the tale ot your Syrup and Pills
Increases here continuully. Several of
my customers speak of having derived
more benefit from tho use of theso thau
fiom any other medicine. In soniu In
stances the ell'eels havu been wonderful,
Yours veiy icspectfiillj,
It wiy Fwo. Kuwis Eastwood, J.B."
A Woman's Merin$ and
m tmmMX in Wf.lee
fa!)0Ut ft Pflarvelious Our o.
Using Six Yours -Willi
fJoiusr to 15oiT.
wp jb .u n --s '.! cprmllnij u low
dnvs M in, i!i-im M-Mibi town of
Abu'jstwl h, int. Umt'tiiM', Wi'W, J
J.euril t-. hud v!i.it tuenitil k !,' eliliui
a iHlitiloitMituiy of a mm villiii clip.
T lt'ctory w i that n pom sutf. ur who
hi I not in en able tulle (hum Iu If I for
ir loin yon rn"Ri i'ii up to die by t It ihe
D(-ttii, hud belli -pt.u Illy ui.rfd by
imi' i'.iinit Mcill'liie. it vn- -e'latfij
li tho 'ii"ic lni lien (miUdi-ucc f.i m
I m el ( 'iiiiM.m e, us wiis s,l''( tl, it ij
k i f I,nni)td vii. lui'ii ii wlil
liiu fact-, and could juch (vi Uu truth
of tho I'ljioil.
Having n little curiosity to know how
such stoiles grow in tiavclling, I look
tho liberty while ut tho village of Llun.
rystyd lo call upon tho Viear, tho Hov.
T. Evans, and to enquire about this
wonderful cure. Though a total stran
ger to him, both he and his wife most
graciously cntertaimd me In a half
hour's conversation, principally touching
tho cae of Mr. Pttgh, iu which they
seemed lo lake a deep and sympathetic
niteicst, having been fuinlllar with his
sulleilngs, and now njolceil in what
seemed io them a most tcmaikablecuic.
The Viear rim.uked thathepiosupitd
his iiMiitu hod been couneclul with the
report f i inn his baling mentioned the
c.i-i! to Mr. .Ii.hu Tlioinus, a theiui.t of
l.lauou. Hn .-aid Air. Pugh was iornier.
ly a loidem uf then p-ulsTi, but was now
living ih die p u lth of 1 lauddeinol.
He strongly ouehed Mr. Win. Pugh's
chaiaclcr as a respeetui lc fanner und
w oi thy of credit. I lell the Yi'Herable
Viear with ii ll0 lcr senso of t Imppy
relation of a pas.tor and people, feeling
that he was one who truly lynipalliUeil
w ith nil who ate atlllcted in mind, body,
On my lelurn'to Abenstwitli, I was
iinpii'3-ul with a detiie to see Mr. Puch,
whOiC reputation stobd vo high. His
taim is called Puni om-Muwr, signifying
"above tliu dingle," situated near tho
uulnlil of a smooth louml lill, over,
looking a beuuiful valley in which is
situated 'tliu lovely iv mantled Church
of ijlauildeinol. I louud Mi. Pugli,
appuieutly about 40 year-, old, of medium
'height, lather sliglit, with a pleasant and
inulligcnt face. I told him I hud heaid
ot hU gieal alliictiou and of his iem.uk.
able mill iilinnH luiraculiius iclhf, and
that I had i onie to learn fiom his own
lips, what Iheie was ot tiuth in the'ie
pons. Mr. Pugh lemail.ed that )ijs neiRh
bor- had taken a kindly anil symp
atliotio interest in hi case for many
yenw, but of lalu their inlere-l had bem
greatly awakened by a happy change in
his condition. What you lepoit us hav.
ing heard abroad, said lie, is .snliu-uit
iafly ti uc, with ouc exception. I never
unedratiwd that my case wa-, ever nivcn
up us liop'jlef-s by any Physician 1
have been treated by several Doctor
hereabout!, as good as any In Wak ., but
unfoi innately no iiruicnptiou of theli.i
ever brought the desiud relief.
Fifteen years ago, hn said, 1 first be
came cousciuus ot a sour ami deranged
stomach and los of appetite, which the
Doctnis told me was Dyspepsia. What
looil I could hold in my stomach seem
ed to do me no good and was often
thiowu up with painful ivteliings. This
was followed aflera time with a hoarse
epss and a taw soreness of the tin oat
which the Doctors called bronchitis,
and I was ueatcd for that, but with
little success. Then name ihoituess of
bieath and a sense of suU'ocatloii, espe
cinlly nights, with clammy sweat, and 1
would have to net out of bed and some.
times open a door or winduvv in winter
weather to nil my lungs with the cold
About six yeais ago I became eo bud
that I could nut sleep iu bed, but had to
take my unquiet rest and dreatnj sleep
silting in nn armchair. My affliction
seemed to bo working downward iuto
my bowels as well as upwards into my
lungs and throat. In tho violent cough,
ing spasms which grew moro frequent,
my abdomen would expand and oollnpp
and nt times it would seem that 1 should
suffocate. All this limo 1 wiis reduced
in strength so that I could perform no
hard labor nnd my spiiits wc'i conso
quently much depiessed.
This medicine tlmy dministered lo
mc according to the diicctions, when to
their suipritc nnd delight no less than
my own, the spasm ceased. I became at
ease, and my Moiuach was calmed. My
bowels wen; moved as by a gentle
cnihartic, and 1 felt a sense of quiet
com foil all thiough Mich as I had not
before leuliyed in many years. I could
walk aioiipd tho house nnd breathe
coiiifoitably in a few hours after 1 had
taken the medicine. I have coiitiumd
to take thu medicine dull) now for
-oiuething over two months', and I can
lie doun and sleep weedy at nights
and have not 'hue had a rectuiO' ce nf
lllllsl' ICi ' b'o kili-l.l- Hid iCl'liugr. 1
have been so long brolun down .mil se
duced iu ui whole f)-te''i. ihal I have
mu tried to peifuuii any veiy Im id nut.
dour' In I or, deeming il be-l to ho pro.
dent le-,1 by ovei.ex'eriion I may do my.
self injiiiy before my strength is fully
restoicd. 1 fepl that my slomueli and
bowels huve been and nru being tlior
oughly leuovated and renewed hy the
nudieiut! Ill fact 1 feel like a new
Early in this lust spring I hud a still
more severo spasmodic uiiaek, und my
family and neighbors became alarmed,
believing that certainly I would not sur
vive, when a neighbor, who had some
kiiowledue. or had luard of thu medi
cine, sent to Aberystwith by thu driver
of the Omnibus Post, some seven miles
distant, und fetched u bottle of Mother
Sclgul'i. Cur.itivu Syrup,
1 havu been much congratulated by
my nelvhbniii, especially hy thu good
Yicarof Llaiuysiyd, wlm with his ) in.
palhi'tic w'ift, havo coim ihno miles to
shul tears of joy on my lecovety,
I bide Mr. Pugli good. bye, liupjiy iliat
even one at least among thojifunds had
found a remedy for an aggiavutiug dis
Believing this remm liable 'fo of
Dyspeptic Asthma should be known to
thu public, I beg to submit tho above
facts as they urn iclated to me
'-'flUltwly !'. T. W.
TO THE PUBLIC.
TUg Pacillc Transfer Co,
Ollico with O, IC. Miller,
43 Merchant Sheet,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual Tel.,
I am fully prepared to do all kinds of
druyago, hauling or moving work, nil of
which 1 will guarantee to execute faith
fully. C2 ly S. F. GRAHAM, Prop'r.
ALAKEA & EII'IG STBE2T
mid i e 'he
Helm f)f ilo ilui. I ofoic p-irdi s
i ing ii,. I'crv.
Honolulu ntoam LanMry
Having now passed into the hands
of rcsponslhlis parties is ' prepared nt
short notice to do nil Washing in u Su
perior Manner. AcomUeiablo
& 3E x xj o rs? JC o w
has been made frnm tho
former rale, and
Satisfaolion is Guaranteed to All
Who will favor tho Establls! mnt
with atrial, CO
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Sodn, Lemonade Fatta.'iirill.i
Fruit Svrups and lso ices u'ud
madn frrtm tlie puru Apple, nil of which
wc guarantee lo bo the l.e5t.
Hoy We also invite, jinrttes intending
starling Mores lor the sale of iced
drinks and wishing iiuintniii supplies,
lotcall on us I efore going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Soto Worts,
P.O. Pi i !
Having Fecuied the Scrviie3f
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wejire prepared to execute all
House or Sig'n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
H. nACKPELD & Co.-
A nl 1'iiliofF-icrer,
No. (J;s ........llnie) street ,
Opposite Intel i.aiional Hotel,
Canes and "V7alking Sticks,
.Made of ever) kind of
racketh. Cornice', C'n rtaiti l'olos, ite..
innili'i.l ili' luli-n dt'SiiHis
Wolfe &, Company,
Qrocory and Feed Store,
07 and (10 Hotel strict,
Fresh Groceries nnd Provisions rcculvcd
by every Steamer.
P. O. Box i:i0, Tell 'lolepl oni- No.
3.0 ,Miitual Tehplione No. 104.
the White Blouse,
IVo. 118 'Nil im ili Hlruel,
Honnlulii, II. I.
Private Knniily Hotel; Tcuns lloison.
nblcj Kirs' claw Aeeoinn.ocatloaH.
STEAI CAM FACTORY
F, HOItN, Practical Confectioner,.
Pastry Cook nnd linker.
71 Hotel St. -JC5T Telephone 74
WENNER & CO.
NO. 3 XfOIVT HTIIT3KT.
Constantly on hand n birpu assortmeiil
of every di-si'i lpllmiof Jinveliy, Wnti lies,
Cold und Sliver Plated Ware, &u.
Crystal Soda forts
' '.s FR. IC" F? rajn
! Vi n 6il3B3 u 1
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Shoes, etc.,
Will take place at our Store
AT 7 p. m.
Nos. 83 '& 65 Fort, Street,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KECEIVD, THE FINEST LINES OF
Gostouaie Clollimi, Gents' Mil Goods,
II ATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Ncckware.
by repeated and special request, a small inioico of the lintel hnnd.made,
Obtainable in tbtEnstern markets.
To be held iu horior of tho
of Ills Mnjwty iho J- iii(,' iiiill dif.
Tuctday, Kcvcmber lGth.
Oranr! K-'iciitlcn and I'ookiipu, from
10 io 4 u ioi k, i d In ihc tvi-nlng Firo
Wt-riis ami ilnnolulu tire liiputment
Wednesday, November 17th.
Regatta, fn m 0 o'clock, a. in.
Thursday, November 18th.
IUnoiical Proceulon from 0 o'clock
IJaseball Touuinment, from 1 o'clock
Historical Tableaux, from 7 o'clock
Friday, November 10th.
Grand Hall, evening.
Tuesday, November 23rd
Saturday, November 27th.
Tuesday, November 30th.
Btute Dlnnir. CSlf
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Month.
28DnvlEL LOUAN, Tropiletor. ly
FASHION ! !
Opposite IrwirLfc Co's
Mer-IsM S. I Co.,
Tlie J3ot Route
to the World Jtcnowncd
Volcano of Kifauea
Tho new and ttaunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leave Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, November 17th.
Tho steamer pnBfcs along tho entire
coast of iho leeward side of Ilawnll, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm
ing scenery, and will slop at Kesluke.
kua Bay. whuro sufficient time is allow,
cd to visit tho Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punaluu
at S o'clock on tho day after leaving
Honolulu, being only ono night on th
vcbsc), making Iho entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there touriits v i'l be convejed
by railroad to Puhulu, tLiir.oe by lUge
coacli to Ualf.n ny Ilonic, wheic hore
and guides will be in a tcu'.ancc to ion.
vry tlitm to the Vob tno.
Touilsts will liave- tun nights tm! oi e
w!.o'o day vt the Voliaj o liui it.
'!i 1 o.s for the round ttip, $50, vrhich
includes all cxpttiei.
Apjly t HAHHY AIIM1TAQE,
Agent, m illi'ims' Photograph Gallery,
Fort sue , rm theofllcoof tho I. I.B.
N. Co., E.plnuadc. S'iO 6m
C fibo 42 Merchant Bt.Honol ul
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
Dills find Rents Collected,
Ileal F.Htnie Uousht tuid HoK,
All matters entrusted to mo will receive
piompt attention, and returns
Now Photograph Rooms.
OVER Nlcbol'a ftoro, Fort street,
next the Bhootlug Gallery, Pic.
lures, Portraits and views. Plrstalua
work. Satisfaction nuurnnteed.
I 20 ly J.A,GOKBALVEB.
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