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Izo tlic following clmitgiM I'' tin- Vio
gramme nr the. Jubilee rn'hltbs:
Saturday, November 20th,
Historical l'roeesslon ut It n in.
Tuo3day, Novoinber 23rd,
Ahmilna In thu l'iil;u:u tilo itn1.
Wednesday, November 24th.
Alhlillo Spoils hi MukiMul 1 p. in.
Thursday, November 25th,
B.iU ut lolnni I'.ilace.
Saturday, November 27th,
Jlllltaiy I'.iraduat .UhULIiU J ::) j). m
lllslorli-il Tableau ut tin- Ojumii
Ilntisc ut H p. in.
Monday, November 29th,
Statu Dinner al Iolanl Palace.
O. P. 1AUKEA,
11. M.'s Cliiimliuiliiiu
Iolanl Palace, Nov. 18, 1St0.
11 jimliilti lluuaiiuit lslande.
umw Kxoliiiiim' on I lu.
K.tiilt oi CtUii'oi-iiiti, S. JL'
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mi'sms N. M. ltotliMililli) A Sun, London
Tin.- Cmiiiiii'iciiil Hank to., "I ""ncy,
Tliu (.'ipiiiiiicif.ial Hank Ci
Tliu Hunk of iSi! wiliiinl: Aucki
Uhrihtoliiiruli, nnil ellinytuii,
Tliu Hank of Hiilisli Co1umli:i, Mo
toiia, U. 0., am! Portland, Or.
Transact a Geiicml Hanking UuMnusf,
fUJgud to nblthor Beet tor Tarty.
But established for tho benefit of all.
SATURDAY. NOV. 20. 1SSC.
MR. ARMSTRONG'S LETTER.
A leLter written by Mr. II. It.
Armstrong lo the London Thncs,
Oct. 11, wis handed to us yester
day afternoon, but too late for pub
lication in yesterday's issue. This
morning's Advertiser publishes the
letter in full, with some sound and
moderate editorial comments. It
does not require special knowledge
of the affairs of this country to
detect sonic egregious errors in Mr.
Armstrong's letter. One or two of
these call for brief notice. First,
the statement that "several planta
tions yielded in the past crushing
season as much as six tons, and in a
few instances eight tons, of sugar
per acre, and Ibis during a period of
drought which has been unexampled
for the past 20 years." The error
of this statement is in the conclud
ing sentences, which naturally im
press the uninformed reader with
the bcliet that if such immense
yields can he secured "during a
period of drought unexampled for
the past 20 years," better still way
be expected in favorable seasons.
The truth is, that our unparalleled
sugar yield of tho past year is
mainly due to the unusual evenness
of the rainfall, extending in sulll
cient showers over mpst of the
period of cane growth, from planting
to maturity. But what impresses
us as the most glaring of Mr. Arm
strong's misrepresentations is the
following: "I found during my
etny in thu Hawaiian Islands that,
so far from uneasiness being felt as
to the abrogation of the treaty, tho
spirit of independence breathed in
Mr. Gibson's report is shared by the
inhabitants, bo tboy traders or
planters ; and tho coiilldencc which
the people have in the capabilities
of the country leads them to re
ceive calmly and without fear for the
future rumors of the abrogation of
n treaty which, they maintain, has
retarded the extension of their cx
pott trade." lleally, this is news to
us. It is rciunikiihlc that a gentle
'man who was a perfect stranger to
the country should learn so much of
the viewH and opinions of tho peo
ple, during a brief slay of a few
weeks, that is unknown to those long
resident hum! The people of Hono
lulu arc informed fiom London that
the reciprocity treaty with the
United States "has retarded the ex
tension of" our "export trade;"
that such is the confidence of our
pcoplo in thu capabilities of this
country that they "receive calmly
and - without fear for tho future,
rumors of the abrogation of tho
treaty;" and that "tho spirit of in
dependence breathed in Mr. Gibson's
report is shared by the inhabitants,
ho they traders or planters." Wo
should like to know how Mr. Aun-
slrfiitg "foitmi" nil theso Items!
How tnnny "tinders ami planters"
lohl liini tliiB tnlo? Wo suspect that
ottu or two individuals constituted his
source of Information, -nnd that n
very unreliablu source. If ho bad
conversed with the "traders and
planters" while here, ho could not
have gone to London and math' such
an cxtrnvaismt statement.
C0NGHATU1ATI0NS TO HIS
MAJESTY THE KING.
Mr. U. N . Severance, fornietly
Hawaiian Consul at San Francisco,
arrived per steamer Zcalandia on a
brief vImI to bis relatives in this
Mr. Severance is the bearer of a
"port, folio," containing an en
grossed letter of congratulation,
addressed to His Majesty on thu
occasion of bis birthday anniver
sary, which is signed by ninny of
his' California friends, who arc in
terested in the prosperity of his
"We are informed that this elegant
souvuulr was presented to His
Majesty yesterday by Mr. Sever
ance. Tliu design is in elegant silk
plush covers, containing the royal
monogram and the dates Novem
ber lti, 18IJG November 1G, 188G,
in silver, and a water-color paint
ing of the brilliant obia blossom.
Thu lining is of crimson satin, and
the letter in beautiful illuminated
text, and reads as follows:
"Sinn: Be pleased to accept our
united congratulations on this Your
fiftieth birthday and the thirteenth
year of Your reign.
"May Your Majesty continue to
enjoy the blessings of health, the
love and esteem of Your people, and
the friendship of all nations.
"In all Your efforts to promote
the interests of Your Kingdom, wc
wish You the greatest measure of
success and we subscribe ourselves
Your Majesty's devoted friends."
THE HISTORICAL PROCESSION-
The ppuring rains of the past few
days let up this morning, and fair
King's weather prevailed.'
The procession announced to start
at nine o'clock from the old Police
Station on King, street began to fall
in, but the start was not ready until
about 10 o'clock. The Marshal of
the occasion was the Hon. John
Cuminings. After a great deal of
clatter among lic processionists
falling in, tho march was ar
ranged. The pageant was headed 03' tho
Royal. Hawaiian Band, under Band
master Bergcr. The bandsmen were
handsomely uniformed in black with
red stripes, and white caps, pre
senting a most imposing appearance.
Following the band came a large
lloat drawn by a line span of bays,
and carrying a good sized boat, oc
cupied by the boys of the Rcfonna
tor3r School in sailor blue. After
this came another lloat drawn in the.
same manner. The boat was called
"Maui," and represented the cele
brated chief Kahekili, andwas mar
shalled by a guard of 12 natives six
on each side, bearing spears and re
presenting the lighting men of olden
time. This was followed by lloats
similarly drawn, carrying 2 canoes
each, the first, with 3 helmeted Ila
waiians, 12 men with paddles and a
member of small boys ; the second
with two wearers of helmets and
manned by six paddlcrs. Tliu next
lloat carried one canoe of a rather
fancy pattern, being painted gold
color, and carrying brilliantly
cloaked natives each wearing a
grand helnict. This boat carried
six Hawaiian Hags, three on each
side, tore, aft and amidsjiip. The
chieftain in tho stern carried a mo
del of a large fish, book in mouth
at the end of a line and rod. Dur
ing the progress of procession the
man with the fish alternately threw
and drew in his line to illustrate tho
operation of catching fish. These
were recognized uuder the title of
the "King's fishermen.'" The next
division consisted of two canoes
carried also on low wheeled lloats,
the first bearing two hehnctcd and
costumed natives, and supposed to
be propelled by three paddlers ; the
second bore two venerable Ha
waiians, robed in heavy, thick man
tles of dried ti-leaves, and along
side strode a pair of attendants
armed with clubs. Men and canoes
were profuscdly wreathed in
sea weed, and made a very curious
and rather fantastic appearance.
This was representative of tho Ha
waiian legend of Kalanioputt who in
the days of yore, rowed his canoe
front Oaliu to Maui, by three gigan
tic strokes and who raised tho wind,
at pleasuro, blowing through a
goiud. Tho section that followed
was unique and alike historical,
nautical and mythological. A long
canoo, raised on a high lloat, was
decked, foro and aft, with Hawaiian
Hags, Forward sat capital repre
sentations of mermaids, one on each
side. Tho mermajds cpnsisted of
Jive native girls, bearing tridents,
their brows heavily wreathed wjth
sea-moss and wearing Jeis of tho
same nature, and attached to .lie
"bustles," of each as they sat Ha
waiian fashion on the lloor of the
car, was a representation of the reg
ulation "tail of a fish" of tho my
thical mermaid. In tho same boat
wero also two hehnctcd native ang
lers, Next camo another canoe,
with mermaids, and at tho stem, on
thu port side, was mounted a hugo
model of n black skinned fish
labelled "Mnkaikai" whether meant
for a shark, whale or dolphin, no
Olio Scorned to UnOW. Mllft GnllbC
that followed this had also ild
meritinid, and was manned by live
regal looking Ilawntlans, in helmet
and gay gold colored njklttlcs, with a
largo model of a ilsh, labelled "Pi
moo." Then came a modern raco
boat, manned by tho King's junior
crew, and a second, by the senior
crew, the crews being distinguished,
the one by white, the other by
striped shirts. The car was
mounted forward with a model of
an open mouthed shark's head, of
The next section consisted of two
cars, railed in, and profusely decked
with Hags, palm leaves and ferns,
the oito carrying Pooniaiknlani's,
the other Kanoa's hula dancers.
Thu forward car carried aloft a
banner, inscribed, "Hula Hcalani
Ka Moi, Nov. 1(5, 188G." Another
railed car carried the Reformatory
The procession, after filing through
the principal streets, brought up at
half-past 10 o'clock in front of the
Royal Pidacc. As the lloats came
in to the grounds, tho several rowers
and fishermen occupying the canoes,
vigorously plied their onrs and lines
as if engaged in tho occupations
they represented. From one of the
canoes n .large seine was thrown out,
in which were caught, by arrange
ment, some three or four burly
natives, to illustrate the netting of
His Majesty thu King, attended
by members of the Royal family,
Ministers of Statu and other person
ages, occupied scats at tho head of
the Palace steps at the main en
trance. The celebrated ''Ball and
Twine Society" in their gay aprons
and regalia, crowded on the ver
andahs. Tho different sections of
the procession halted in front of His
Majesty, and paid their respects.
The principal figure in this part of
the programme was a swarthy Ha
waiian, representing Kamchanicha I.
who del'iverpd a humorous speech
to the Royal party. A sham fight
with spears between bodies of able
Hawaiians also took place hero.
The natives in the procession
wero all curiously costumed in imi
tation of ancient times. Wreaths
and leis of sea mosses, myrtle leaves
and llowers were worn by all.
The palace grounds were crowded
by large throngs of spectators, giv
ing the police enough to do to keep
the route of the procession clear.
Messrs. Fehlbehr and Tell, with
twelve policemen, however, kept
good order and prevented any un
seemly jostling or disturbance
The procession marched several
times round the Palace, and soon
aftcrwauls, retired and disbandpd,
EASTERN STATE ELECTIONS.
The returns from Indiana indi
cate the election of the Republican
Statu ticket and give the Legislature
to tho Dpmpcrals by two majority,
which will insure a Pemocratic
United States Senator.
The figures by the St. Paul, Minn.,
Globe elect McUill, the Republican
candidate for Governor.
The Democrats claim a majority
of one on jojnt ballot in the Legis
lature of Nuw Jersey. There' is
dispute and will probably bo con
tested in one or two cases. New
Jcrsej' elects a United States Sena
tor. Springer (Dcm.) is returned to
Congress from Illinois. The pro
hibition vote bos increased about
i,f)00 in two years.
The plurality for Robinson (Rop.)
for Secretary of State in Ohio will
reach 10,000. Campbell (Dcm.),
has a majority of 510 over Little,
(Rep.), in the Seventh district.
The Republican majority in Iown,
is about 15,000.
At the meeting of the Board of
Aldermen of Boston last night, peti
tions wpro received, asking for a re
count of the Congressional vote in
every ward in the city. It is under
stood that Hon. J. J. Donovan, the
defeated Democratic candidate, ex
pects by a recount' to lower Allen's
vote in the city so as to wipe out a
plurality of & for Allen ip the dis
trict, "West Virginia elects a United
States Senator and the Democrats
have a majority on Joint ballot.
Antonia Joseph (Dent.) bos been
elected Delegate from New Mexico.
Carlisle has a majority of 7G8 in
his district in Kentucky. He says
tho closeness of tho vote hod no con
nection with the tariff question, and
attributes it to local causes,
Thcro is a possibility that the
next United Slates Senate will bo a
lie, with Riddloberger of Virginia
acting with the Republicans. Ho
claims to bo a Democrat, and will
likely favor that party so as to elect
a Democratic presiding officer.
Hewitt was elected Mayor of New
York by over twent' thousand plu
rality over Henry George, who lead
Roosovelt, tho Republican candi
date. Indianapolis, Nov. 4. Itwilltako
an official count to-day to decide
tho standing of tho Legislature.
The Democrats claim it by two
majority, and tho Republicans by
six'. Tjic News this afternoon pub
lished a list, not official, giving the
Republicans twp majority. There
is no change in tho Congressional
delegation, Ilolman's majority is
Indianapolis, Nov. fi. Tho Demo
crats have tho Legislature by two
majority on joint ballot, according
to tho latest advices. Tho figures
ore: Senate Democrats 81, Re
publicans 19 j House Democrats
45, Republicans, '55. Returns on
tho State Ticket are not yet in from
all the counties, but tho figures of
lnst hlghlwlll Hot btf cllniigod mn
leriallr. Tho Republican plurality
Mill bo about -1,000.
Indianapolis, Nov. 5. Complete
returns from nil the counties in tho
Slate, Bavo one and one official j
give Robertson (Rep.), for Lioulcti'
ant-Governor 3,G7G plurality.
Wilmington, Nov. 5. Delaware's
official returns complete foot up for
Governor Biggs (Dcm.), 13,912,
lloffecker (Pro..), 5,GG3; for Con
gress Pennington (Dent.), 13,837,
Cooper (Pro.), 8,380. Thu Legis
lature Is solidly Democratic.
Trenton, Nov. 4. The result as
to tho Legislature is still in doubt.
Both Republicans and Democrats
claim to have a majority on joint
ballot. Tho Democratic Statu Com
mittee claims tbat Green (Dcm.)
had between !),000 and 10,000 ma
jority over Howey (Rep.) for Gov
ernor, The Republicans have 12
Senators and tho Democrats J. Tho
Democrats claim 31 of the GO mem
bers of the Assembly and the Re
publicans claim the same number.
In a number of districts the vote is
so close that it cannot be definitely
known until the ballots arc counted.
Boston, Nov. 4. Massachusetts
Legislature stands : Senate, 35 Rc-
, publicans, 15 Democrats Ilottso
1G0 Republicans, 79 Democrats, and
Concord, N. II., Nov. 4. The
election of McKcnny (Dcm.), to
Congress in the First district over
Hayns (Rep.) is conceded by a plu
rality of abottt 150. This is a Demo
cratic gaii of ono member and
equally divides tbp New Hampshire
Dcnvpr, Nov. 4. Tho election
of (Dcm."), for Governor by plu
rality of 2,000 is conoodod by the
Republicans. All but six counties
in the State are hoard from, giving
the returns on Congressmen about
even. Tho counties yet to
come in always have been
Democratic, so the indications are
in favor pf a small lpajority for
Reed (Dorii.) Tho Democrats of
Arapahoe county elect G, and a
possible 7 out of 8 Representatives
and one Senator. This isTan increase
of 7 in the Lower House and one in
the Senate. There is little doubt
the Democrats have control of the
Lower House and possibly the Se
nate. The remainder of the State
ticket, except State Secretary, Audi
tor and possibly Attorney-General
arc claimed by the Democrats.
Till: NKXT CONGltf.SS.
New York Nov. 4. The Herald
says : The House of Representatives
chosen on Tuesday and which will
assemble in December, 1887, proves
to have 1GG Democrats, 153 Repub
licans and 5 Labor men. The De
mocrats will havo, therefore, a clear
majority over all of 8. S. F. Bul
letin. KEEN NOSES WHICH DETECT PERSONS
AND METALS CORRECTLY.
Jamps Mitclicll, who died in or
about 1833, in the county of Nairn,
in Scotland, and was born blind, on
November 11, 1795, recognized,
says the "World of Wonders."
different persons by smelling. Mr.
Moylc mentions a blind man at
ytrepht who could distinguish
different ructas by the different
odors ; and Martials records the
case of a person named Mamurra,
who could tell by smelling whether
copper was true Corinthian or not.
Indian travelers have recorded that
certain natives who habitually ab
stain from animal food have a sense
of smelling which is so exquisitely
delicate, that they can tell from
which well a vessel of water has
been obtain. It has been related
that by smell alone negroes of the
Antilles will detect tho footstep of a
Frenchman from those of a negro.
Marce Marci hasieft an account of
a monk in Prague who could tell by "
smelling anything given to him who
had last handled it. The guides
who accompany travelers in the
route from Aleppo to Babylon will
tell by smelliug the desert sand how
near thej' are to the latter place.
Nathaniel Wanley in his "Wonders
of the Littjo World," a famous
old book', giyes a particularly full
accoupt of a man called John of
Liege, who, when a boy, flying' in
terror of soldier ill tjinp of war,
passed many years alone in tho
depths in tho forest of Ardennes
where he lived upon roots and wild
fruits, the psesence of which he
could at least detect from a great
distance by the smell alone. In tho
samo way he detected tho presence
of men long before they camo in.
sight. On the Rounds.
CURE FOR MOST DANGEROUS
An. intelligent, and trustworthy
correspondent, says the Boston
Transcript, sent us the following :
"I'Tlio umnlfn nf wnnlnti I'ncra tu n
cure for tho most dangerous wounds.
A lady of my acquaintance ran a
machine needle through her finger.
Sho could not bo released till the
machine was taken to pieces. Tho
needle had broken into her finger in
three pieces, one of which was bent
almost double. After repeated
trials the pieces wero extracted by
pincers, but they wero Btrongly im
beded. The pain reached to the
shoulder, and there was every dan
ger qt lockjaw. Tho woolen rags
wero put pver tho coals, and sho
licld her flpgcr pyer tho spoke, and
hi n very short time all tho p'ain was
gone and it never returned, though
it was som'o little time before tho
linger healed. This is but ono of
tho many instances of such cure,
somo of them taking placo after
several days from tho time of tho
wotltlds T:et Woolci) rngs bo kepi
Sacredly and always at hand for
Wounds. Tho mmikd and stench
will fill tho botmo, perhaps, but that
Is a trlllo when tho altornativo Is
lockjaw, or oven a bug, painful se
quel to a wound. Another instance,
was tho wound made by an onraged
cat, which tore the l'lesh Irotn tho
wrisl to thu elbow, and bit through
thu lleshy part of tho hand. One
ministration of the smoke extracted
all tho pnlus, which had been
A PURCHASE DY THE SOUTHERN
To-day the stock owned by Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Birdsoll and Connor
Birdsall in the San Joaquin and
Sierra Nevada Railroad Company,
will be transferred to tho Southern
Pacific Company. There arc 333,000
shares of stock in the corporation
and the Birdsall owned 230,000
shares, which they recently sold to
the Southern Pacific Company, thus
giving the management of the cor
poration into the hands of the broad
gauge people. It is reported that
thu road wjll soon be converted into
a broad-gauge and operated in con
junction with tho Southern Pacific
Road, with a switch at Lodl. It is
also slated that the road will bo ex
tended into the timber belt of the
Sierras. Tho directors of the nar-row-gauge
company are tho Bjrdsajls,
B. F. Langford, Jacob Brack,
Thomas MeConnpll, James L. Spcrry
and II. Washburn. A new Board
will probably bo elected to-day,
after the formal transfor of the
Birdsall stock, Stockton Inde
peddent, Oct. 20.
Tutkey has entered into a contract
with a German firm for the construc
tion of 12 torpedo boats. They are
to cost S 1,300,000 and are .to be
finished in 10 months.
Sppdy Poison Your fame as a
Philanthropist, sir, reached me a
day or two ago. I am nn able
bodied man, but I don't seem to be
able to find work, and so I came to
you to sec if you could help me out.
Alleged Philanthropist Well, I
don't know as I can, but the boy
will. James, show the gentleman
the outside door.
ROOMS TO LET.
IURNT1TED llOO MS TO LET AT
. Kewnlo, by the day, wecK or month.
Applv 011 premises to
kS Im W. I. KAUALEMAUXA.
j-Cift A NEW SLOOP, 2t feel
.-fSQfo Ion?, 7 feet (i inches beam,
4Mkj$ 3 lsct depih Of hold, mid' 3
"5S?a5ft tons burden, with sails coin".
Ilete. The vessel is lu perfect older
mid will be sold cheap. Apply to
83 Tin 10. It. RYAN.
AT A MEETING- OF THE STOCK
holders of Hie Kalinlul Knilrond
Co., held at their office November 20.h,
the following officers weic elected for
the ensuing yeai :
S. G. WILDER President
'. C. W1LDEK Treasurer
G. 1. WILDER
88 3i G. 1.
AT A MKETINO OV THE STOCK
liohleis of thu Hawi.ilan'B'iilroad
Co., held nt their, rfflco November 20th,
188i'f, the following officers were elected
8. G. WILDER President
W. C. Wl LDER Treasurer
O. I.. WIGHT Secretary
88 3t O. L. WIGHT, Sec'f.
Just receivdl ex Zealandia, a splen
did nbsortmctil of
Sprololly mltiible for the present
season, such 11s all kinds of
Millinery Goods New Styles
Gent's Underwear New Styles,
Ladies " "
Children's presses, etc.,
And every class of
Ladies' Dress Goods
Lndlcs are particularly requested to
call and examine these goods before
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
And a choice assortment of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Jutt received ex "Zealandia," at
J, T. Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE.
ONE 4-YJ3AH-OLO MARE", broken
to hjmi"s-j and saddTe.
Ono Open Hide Har Buggy.
One Honolulu made Brake,
One SlngloStrop Ilurnoas.
For particular enquire ct
62 ICt PANTHEON STABLES.
LIGATION OK Till'. Pxitkd Htatkh,
The Picshlont of tliu Unlled Hla'ui of
Ainoilea Invlng ileslfinali-rt Thtu&diiy,
November SJ3lh InHiuil, as a day of
National TliiinbHijivliig with the lecom
niciidiitlon tluil It bo ohdcivcd by the
people of tin; Republic hi reluming
thanks to Clod for thu iniiny blc-slngs
Ho bus bestowed upon thu A merle 111
nation find people,
Wherefore, 1 Invllu nil Aiueiicnn clll
zeiis sojourning on these Islands tomnkc
duejobscrvanco of Thursday, November
i'O h Instant, as n dny of thanksgiving
11 ml prnlso in harmony with tho pcop'o
of tho United StnUs. Tho public nro
cordially invited lo pniticlpnlo in the
oliHorvalicu r,f tliu dn
KHAN If 1'. HASTINGS,
87 Acting Charge d'Affiilres U. S. A.
ISx SZoulumliii. ut
Lawn and Satin Ties,
Black Silk Socks,
Pateni Leather Pumps
Gentlemen's Waterproof Coats
Of 'iiperior quality,
And at Reasonable Prices,
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEIt A CO.,
Queet st., adjoining E. P. Adams & Co'
Auction Koom, SO lw
A "WOMAN to do general house work
X. In a pi ivato family, where she will
have u g.iod home
I 'HEREBY give notice that from
and after this date, I will not
be . responsible for any debts con
tracted without the written order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept'. 10, 188G. 28 3m
KEEP YOUR HORSES HEALTHY
and avoid excessive sweating by
bavins them clipped with the Patent
Lightning Horse Clipping Machine.
Hoiscs called for and returned free of
charge. King up Telephone No. 82.
Or apply to MILES & HAYLEY-,
CO lm Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
A NEWLY BUILT, COitFQRTA
hlc Uouec of (i rooms, with modern
improvements and good yard. Furnish,
ed or unfurnished; a fine location, and a
mest disirablc place. A long term ten.
nnt desired. Applv to
Real Estate Agent and Collector, No.
42 Merchant Street. 82tf.
COTTAGE TO IET.
A T No. 8 EMMA STREET.
quire on the premise.
80 tf CAPT. B. WHITNEY.
COTTAGE TO LET.
FURNI8HED OR UNFURNISHED.
A Cottnga on Lunalilo and l'llkoi
Streets, furnished complete for House
keeping. Use of horse and carriage;
large garden. Apply to
CI1AS. J. FISHEL,
43 tf Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts
THOSE VERY DESI.RA
ble prcmifts No. 105 Nuunnu
Avenue. Dwell hit: contain!
8 rooms; airy basement under all: kitch
en, pimlry, bathroom and servant's room
attached, carriage house, stable, fowl
house; alt conveniently arranged ; quiet
healthful lcualiou; neat grounds, fruit
trees. Ten mlnutos' walk from Post
Office. Euquiru adjoining premises of
72 tf J.H.WOOD.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Huvo just received a few more
Tho Inter -Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hnnd for sale
Btoara Family and Blacktmith Coal
and a general ussortment of
415 Bar Iron. ly
Sloaiu Boilers, Furnaces and Ranges
Set. Brick and Stonework dono on
Alopil Bt., Second door from Bcretania,
P.O.Box 457, '
OrdciB from tho other Islands punc
tunlly attended to. qaiy
EGAN & CO.,
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
. - OF
FOREIGN BIRDS, SHELLS
And Sundry Curiosities
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
84 S3 w
K. O SC11UMAN.
Sec'y & Treas.
Earn. Gbtfui ITe Go.
Importers & 1
Iron, Cumberland Coal, Hard
: And all kinds of :
Carriage and Wagon Materials-.
C, E. FRASHER, .
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal,
Order left at Office, with N. F Bur
gess, 4 King Street, will bo promptly
attended to. G91y
S. M. GARTER,
Has on hand for sale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Orders are hereby solicited and will
be delivered at any locality within the
No. 8 KINO STREET.
Hoth Telephone, 1H7. 01
Will bo open every afternoon and oven,.
ing as follows:
Uonilay, Tuenday, Wednesday niid
Totbo public in general.
For ladies ond gentlemen.
For lodieH, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday nnd ISaturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manngor.
. ' VALUE.
Ilaw'iiCairiogoMiiiif'gOd,, g fin 100
E, O. Hall & Son, fiiuv lseuo) 100 100
Bell Telephone, '.13 10
O. Brewer & Co., mi 100
Woodlawn Dairy, GO 100
Wailuku Sugar Co., 07 100
Walmaualo, , 1C5 100
BtarMill, 42fi 600
Hcciprocity Sugar Co., rO 10C
Ice Company, 87 '00
Inter.Island S. N. Co,, " 105
L. A. THURSTON, Stock BroUei
38 Merchant Street. 151 ly
JOHN 11. SOPER icqnokts lint all.
oidera for tho CliristmuMN Flc
toriul impei'M be sent in befriio the
departure of tho pext mail fflr'tho Coast
to avoid disappoiuluuut. 1i