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THURSDAY, NOV. 26. 1880.
aC November 12 1
Ilk Forest Qucuii fiom tfnn Francisco
UkEilw aid Kidder from Poitlaml, Or,
en loulu for Hongkong
Stmr W n Hall from Hawaii A; Jltiui
BiltWi luik Iron Crn-j for Sin Frun-
Schr Leulil from llnnnlut
From Hawaii and Maul, iier AV G
Hull, November 25 L D Spencer, wife
and clilld, Mrs L Hugo, T K Jtoliei t, J
ItiuhtmKoii. .1 O Gall, J Coorper, Kcv
A Dnncal and wife, and 04 deck.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W G Hall-2,1120 bags of sugar,
315 awa, 120 bags of coffee. 27
cattle, 73 hide", 12 liogs, -l calves
wild 142 pkgs of sundries.
Tho steamer W G Hall sails on Satur
day at 10 A M, for Jabalna, Mnalaua,
Kona mid Knit.
Tlio W H Watson Is dtajinrglng "t
the V it S a wbaif.
The Iron Crag is loading sugar at the
OSS whnrf. She will sail to-morrow.
Tlio Kllkltat Is discharging at tlio
Esplanade. , , ,,
Tlio Theolald is almost cntticly dis
charged. Tlio Maiy Winkelman is all out,
The Forest Queen is docked atllru
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Ger bark Pacillc, Oilman
Brit bk W 1L WaUoi),
Bilt bk Iron Crag, Jones
Brit bk E J Spence, J 11 Gill
Bktne Kllkltat, Cutler
Bktno G C Perkins, Aekcrninn
JJktuo Mar)'vWlnkelnian, Backers
iin- .iir ftnnenil Selsrel. from French
irrigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
German bark llcroules, Schaefer,
Bailed from Liverpool, October Oth, due
Ara bktne Amelia, Win New ho)), from
from Port'fownsend, W T, due Novem
Am biuk Forest Queen, J C M Wind
ing, from San Frnnctaso, due November
Haw brig Haaid, W'G fipodinan,
from San Fianclsco, due at Ililo. Ha
waii, November 21-30.
Haw bark Star of Devon. A Loell,
f rom Tanning's Island, due December
Haw schooner Malolo, J B Holland,
irom Manihlki, via Fannlng's Island,
due December 15-31.
Am bark Edwaid Ktddci-? from"r,prt
land, Oregon, en route to Hongkong,
due November, 13-lff. s
American bark Sarauac, from New
York, eiiiledJuly i:itli, due here Nov. 18
20, to Castle & Cooke.
Brit bark W II Watson, fiom Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, due heie Octobei
2Gth-Nov 1st, to Schaefer & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
called from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengaber, Kolleston, from
Liverpool, due heie, Jan 15-31, to
Davjps & Co.
Brit bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 0, due lore Jan 15-i!0,
to Schaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampoon, Marston,
from the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer it Co.
Am bktne S ST Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakejy, due here Deo 15th, to
Castle & Cooke,
AinbkJH Bowers, now due from
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Custom House closed at noon
Thehe has been rain in abundance
at Kau, but nono at Konn.
Tun athletic sports will take- place
to-morrow afternoon at Makiki.
Pkoplh on tlio steamer Hull's route
are' not generally observing tlio
Queen Victoria'has tent congratu
lations to King Kjilukaua, on the hit
ter's fiftieth birthday.
A BQUAD of natives was busily en
gaged at the Opera House, yesterday,
arranging canoes and scenery, for tlio
Seveuai, persons were amused, last
evening, by a lecruit giving military
points to an ex-captain of a military
J. Kakina lias been appointed an
agent to tako acknowledgments to
labor contracts, for tlio district of
Messrs, Guy Wodehouso, E. P.
Low, llutcliinfeon, and Thomas and
John Lishnuin, go over tho pali to
morrow afternoon for sport.
Wino Wo Chan &, Co., Nuunnu
street, have just leceived, by tho E.
J. Spenco, diiect from China, a lot of
camphor wood trunks, covuied on tlio
outside with leather.
Tin: household furnituio of Mr.
W. W. Wiight, will be sold at auc
tion, at his rebidonco, 172 FortBtreet,
to-morrow morning, at 10 o'clock,
by Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co,
Youno Hart, u lad of about 13
summers, is making rapid strides as
a billiaulist. Ho is now one of tho
best local players. JIo handles his
cue in a professional style, and frc
(luonlly makes runs of 30 and 40
points in three-ball games.
Mn. IS. U. TlipmiiH says ho will get
$10,000, witli tlio Ji ess Publisliiiig
Co. building, for tlio construction of
the Melncrny buildings. Mr. Thomas
further says that tho utoiio house
now occupied by tho Piess Publish
ing Co., is worth $1,800, and that ho
will Ubo that stone for tho foundiitiou
pi the new buildings.
Mu. .Ins. 11. Holl, Jr., is having tlio
balconies of his liouto, on Nuunnu
street, opposito tho Into Queen
Emma's residence, pulled down, and
is making ready to have it $12,000 two
story brick house built eloso to tho
wooden aluii'tiuu, by Mr. Geo. Lucas.
Tlinnksgiving Day was pretty
generally observed throughout the
day. The Pacific Himlwarc Co.
and T. G. Thrum were closed all
day. Castle & Cooke,' llollisler &
Co., Brewer & Co., E. O. Hull &
Son, closed at about 10:!i0 o'clock,
while Bishop & Co. and other houses
closed at noon.
Mr. Jas. Dodd has n magnificent,
collection of Knight Templar
badges and cards, gathered by him
dining the conclave at St. Louis.
Some of these badges are very un
ique and pretty. Some arc hand
made and elaborated ivith silk em
broidery. Mr. J. Williams has the
collection, and it has been suggested
that he photograph nil the badges in
a cluster, and place the picture on
A sewing machine was recently
stolen from the schoolroom of St.
Andrew's Priory, and has not yet
been recovered. Silver plate and
other valuable property were ab
stracted from Sir. Hendry's resi
dence, Kinnu street, one evening
this week. A trunk belonging to a
lodger at the corner of King and
Alakca streets, has beon broken
open, and about thirty dollars
stolen. Thievery is becoming too
common to be rare.
ARRIVAL OF THE FOREST QUEEN.
The barkFprcst Queen, J. Wind
ing master, arrived last ovpning, 19
days from San Francisco. She came
into the harbor this afternoon.
Among the things sho brought are
three horses for John Colburn, one
horse for Captain Mclntyrc, live
cow and one bull for Justice Mc
Cully, 39!) hogs for Sol. Ephriam,
83,240 bricks for Thomas, 30,000
bricks for Lucas, and 30,000 red
wood posts for Davles & Go, Slip
brought five passengers, Messrs. A.
L. Shaw, and P. Isenhoot, in the
cabin, 'and three others in the steer
age. The Forest Queen is consigned
to Dnvies & Co., and is docked at
At the drill of the Honolulu
Ttilles, last evening, Mr. J. Siinon
son was appointed Quartermaster
Sergeant, vico Mr. Langloy resign
ed. Mr. J. II. Fisher was elected a
member of the company by accla
mation. It was resolved that the
RillGs assemble at the armory to
morrow evening in full dress uni
form, for inspection drill and to
receive the final instructions for the
competitive drill on Saturday. At
1 o'clock that day they are to meet
at their armory, and at 2 o'clock
join the other volunteer companies
at the barracks.
Our reports pf the legislative pro-,
ceedings of the session of 1880 is
now published in book form, con
sisting of 7-H pages, including a
comprehensive "table of contents,"
carefully prepared by a gcntlcmnn
who has taken a deep interest in the
work during its progress through
the press. These reports are im
partial and entirely free from nny
partizan bias. The book is on sale
at Mr. Soper's (formerly Oat &
Co.'s), Merchant street, Mr. T.
G. Thrum's, Fort street, and the
Daily Bulletin Office. The price
ABOUT ROAD MAKINC.
Editoh Bulletin: The road
question is uppermost again, as it
generally is at this season of tho
year. In your editorial of this
date, entitled "Fallacy Bevealpd,"
you call attention to the fact which
everybody can see for himself, that
our roads are in a wretched state.
A few days of rain and they have
utterly collapsed and nro lloating
away in mud. You say "tho fault
seems to be in the want of proper
drainage. Whether from want of
knowledge of tho proper mode of
constructing roads, or from some
other cause, tho writer docs not
Thero nro two faults which mar
most of the roads about Honolulu.
Tho first is poor material; tho
second, faulty construction. How
ever well-shnped and admirably
compacted the stuff that is put into
a road may be, if that stuff is not
good solid material the road will bo
good for nothing in rainy weather.
On the other hand, bo the material
ever so good, even tho best, if it is
not put in tho right 6mpe, that is, if
tho ' construction is faulty tho road
will not stand bad weather.
As to material, the best obtain
able in the vicinity of Honolulu is
none too good. Bi'okcu rock is the
piopcr material to be used in tho con
struction of roads. It is a mistake
to use jargo pieces in any nlirt p,f
a' road bed," undpr ordinary eircmn:
stances, unless for some such jnu
poso ns to (111 in a inudholp or soine
thing of that sorl. One authority
says that no piece of rock should
enter Into tho formation of a road
bed that has a greater diameter
than tho width of the tire of tlio
Wheel which is to travel over tho
roach Supfiosd then iho Uto of tlio
heavy Wheels tllnl nro to bass over a
given road shall be 2A inches, the
stones that go into tlio formation of
the road should not bo of a larger
size than 2A inches across. I be
lieve this to bo a good rule. It hns
not been followed in Honolulu. Let
any ono travel along Bcrclania
street, from tlio corner of Fort
street lo the corner of Punchbowl
sticct. If in a stiff springed buggy
he will be jumped about in a lively
manner. Tho reason is that in con
structing tliis section the road super
visor first laid down a foundation of
largo stones, and then filled in and
rounded off with broken stone and
gravel. The broken stuff has cither
settled down through the cracks or
has been pulverized into dust and
mud, until now tho big stones are
left slicking out like tho ribs of nn
Again, us to tho kind of rock to
be used. The blue bnsalt is the
best inatcrinl for ronda obtainable in
the neighboihood of Honolulu. It
was with this that Fort street, from
the corner of Kukui down to the
water, and the whole of Nuuanii, I
think, was paved. These and sec
tions of oilier streets paved with tho
same material, are the best roads we
hnvo to-day in Honolulu. In Nuu
nnu street and in Fort street this
work wns done nbout 1880 or per
haps 1881. Tho yellowish or yel
lowish brown crumbly rocks from
the quarries about tho llnnks of
Punchbowl, is very little better than
mud for use in the constiuction of
roads. The weight of a heavy team
is quite suillcicnt to crumble' it into
fine fragments. I have noticed after
the roller has passed over a road
composed of this inntorjnl that many
of the lumps are crushed into giavel
and before many weeks or even days
it has becomo furthor comminuted
into fine dust, ready to bo removed
by wind or rain. Look at the con
dition of much of the road bed "re
cently laid on King street, with such
show of leveling and grading, that
nainpjy between Alakea and Punch
bowl streets, Much pf it is. already
worn into hollows and ridges. The
trouble was in tho material. This
wns mostly the good for nothing,
crumbly Punchbowl stone3. Wher
ever this stuff wns put in the road
either has already given way or
shows signs of soon doing so. The
principal fault to be found with the
rpad making in and about Hono
lulu, is in the nature pf the material
put into tho roads, I must protest
against wasting tho money paid for
road taxes by spending it to cart tho
worthless rotten rock from Punch
bowl. It is pine waste. But after
all, important ns roads are deemed
to be to a community in a normal
condition, it seems highly absurd to
take any notice of the roads when
there are other and more important
things that so much more need cor
rection. When a cancer is growing
at the life of the patient who would
make a fuss about a corn on the
patient's little toe.
Honolulu, Nov, 23, 188(5.
NOT ON THE CHART.
A despatch from Victoria, B. C,
gjves additionnl particulars con
cerning the accident to the steamer
Ancon in Glacier Bay, as follows :
The Ancon struck on n sunken rock
one mile pff Port Gustavus, at tho
entrance to Glacier Bay, on Sep
tember 18th, at 10 o'clock r. sr.,
and was ieaking, She was beached
one and a half miles from Port Gus
tavus, in Bartlett Bay. The Cnp
tain sent a launch to Sitka, got the
steamer Pintu and went in her to
Juneau and got lumber mid help
there to make temporary repairs.
The Idaho went to the wreck Sep
tember 27th, and thence to Sitka,
returning October 2nd, and taking
tho passengers from tho Ancon
while the repairs were being made.
Tho Ancon got off and proceeded in
company with the Pinta and Idaho
to Juneau. Captain Carroll beached
the Ancon near the sawmill on
Douglass Island, to make further
repairs, and anticipated being able
to leave on ids return about Octo
ber loth, Tlio rock on which the
steamer struck was ontirely un
known. The weather had beon bad
dining September and October.
S. F. Bulletin.
A PARISIAN NABOB.
When the Gauloia of Paris, tho
acknowledged chronicle of the world,
tho fnshionnblo recorder of the day,
and an inlluoiitial organ of the Con
servative party, was in a more than
precarious financial situation, says
a correspondent of the New York
Sun, ono of the Hebrew magnates
wlto have since becomo its patrons
came to the rescue in Ills own way.
M. Ilirsch, already a wealthy, not
yet a popular capitalist, addressed
tho Duo dc la lloohefouciuild His
eaccia (known to bo a political sup
poiter of the paper) in tllP fetrect',
'Ips icgretablb," lie Bidd, "Unit
bo useful a newspaper, one ablo to do
Btich good service to its cause, should
perish for want of n certain sum of
money that would set it on its feet
Tho Duke assented coldly. M.
Ilirsch lesumed: "I nm vHlint? to,
advance that smn ut n"P0, i yon,
typn.sle'ur le Due, will assure ine that
by sp iloipg J am agreeabloto you,"
The maUor was settled, tlio money
paid In, and Immediately tho ilnnn
clor issued invitations for n ball,
The Ditohesso do la Itoiichefoiicauld
Ulscaccla, a true grand dumo, was
startled and surprised at the insol
ence which sent her one. But
eventually she paid her husband's
debt of guUlUUlc nliil appeared at
the ball, hi inging 111 her wake many
ladies of equnl nnd lesser rank. Tho
mlllibhairo had Ilontcd, not only the
Gaulois, but himself.
Every ono knows the pnlneo of
Alnddin ho built for himself in tlio
Quarter St. Ilonorc. ' Tlio staircase
is actually broader nnd finer than
the famous staircase of the Grand
Opera. It lends to n chapel
strange ndjunt to a Hebrew's man
sion. The luxury nnd magnificence
of this abode is fabulous. It is
generally called the Grnnd Elysec,
while tho neighboring oillcinl resi
dence of the President, of the Ke
public is styled "the Little Elysec."
When tho edifice was entirely com
pleted M. Ilirsch inaugurated it with
a bnll on which ho lavished nil that
wealth could procure.
Intoxicated with success lie stood
on the higher steps of his monu
mental slaircase, and, watching the
ascending crowd, composed of nil
that France owns of most noble and
most illustrious, the capitalist turned
to his son at' his side, saying, audi
bly enough to be overheilrd : "Look
at them all, my child; in twenty
years they will be our valets or our
The mot circulated in Paris, but
at tho millionaire's next fete thero
was not an absentee. S. F. Bulletin.
TOO MUCH SPECIAL DELIVERY.
General A. D. Hnzcn, Third As
sistant Postmaster-General, who has
just been extending the special
delivery service to small towns, tells
a good story op liiinsejf. A night
or so ago, when tho frqst struck,
hero for the first lime and killed t.'ho
tobacco plants in the adjoining
counties, General llazen wns nwnk
ened from his slumbers, It w,is 1 :30
o'clock a. m., and the servants could
not bo arousod, so- ho had to raise
the window and put his head out
nnd inquire who was there. A
messenger boy answered that he had
a letter for him with a special de
livery stamp on it. General Hnzen
had to get, up and go dqwp .after
the letter, nml to his utter disgust he
found it was fiom a little Postmaster
who wanted 820 worth of stamps
immediately. But this was not his
only trouble. Only a night or so
ago ns lie was going to ten, he got a
letter with n special delivery stamp
on it, asking for 1,000,000 postal
cards. A Senator called on him the
other day to complain about the
special delivery stamp, snjjng .liafc
he had been awakened at "a o'clock
in the morning by a Post olllco mes
senger with a letter. He opened it,
and it was from an olllce seeker who
asked him to hurry an nppointmont.
The Senntor snid lie "wanted tho
stamps stopped." Cor. Baltimore
The fust time little Sadie nte an
oj'ster she opened her eyes in solemn
astonishment, and inquired, !!Mnm,
ma, was it gweased?"
A cat boat is always dangerous
when it squalls.
TURKEY and Cruidieny Sauce, and
Mince Pie, at the Ulub Housi1, this
evening, Lincoln Block, King St. 0U
THE new supply of Hooks, Diaries,
Stationery, Novelties, Xtnus Cards,
Toys, nnd Fancy Goods leceived by T.
G. TKitini per Zenlandiu, will make
Santa Clans' Headquarters the attractive
spot of the c ty for old and young, as
usual. 89 jw
"SAMPLER "-at McCarthy's
TELEPHONE for Ice Cream I
Mutual Co, :W3; Bell Co. 182. 85
DELICIOUS Fruit Ices and Slier.
bet at the Euru. 73
S5.00 ONLY is the price charged
for 'Iwo Gull'ins of any flavored
rich and always fresh mado tittiun Ico
Cream, guaranteed lo be absolutely pure
ornopiynt tho Pioneer Steam Gundy
Factory, llukuty ami Ice Cream Rooms.
Practical Confectioner unci Prna
meutcr, Hotel St., Bet. Fort & Nuunnu
Hts. Hawutinii 'and Bull Telephones,
No. 74, 40 tf
ANDIES! hniorted, finnd
s eel, you'll Jinii at the Elite. 85
ICE CREAM of tl" I'uifst and Rich
ci quality fiom onu quart to any
quantity upwards am delivered packed
in leu, Irom 11 o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
l'.M., fivu of charge to any purl in Hono
lulu utiil tub u rim by the Pioneer Bteam
Candy Factory and Bakery.
C1HRISTMAS ami Nuw Year Cards,
all now iiikI of tho voiy latfbt do
Higns, having been carefully seltctcd by
mir Jlr. T. J. TCI n if, who has jut re.
turned from (he Uotist. Cull early at
King Hr a.' Art Store. SO .
CAKES 1 Fancy, plain and orna
mi ittnl of every (Uwiriptlnn always
on bmid ut tho ICi.iti:, on Hotel St. b.1)
Ml I I -II I -
DID yu ever? No, I never tasted
bolter lee Cream than at thu Klitk I
'Their lea Oveum runlly delicious, nml
bupIi a nice coy placo tliey havol 85
PATitoNizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing ciifiirs of J. V. lliiiuloy, Cigar
Mniiiifacturor, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, where ho 1h prepared to fill all
otduru at thu lowest ppfBiblo yliplo
milu mici'H. Inland oVluri 'nolieitud
and, yrompUy ' hll'ed, TJio attention
of doilern ii roHjieetftiliy invitud to
thu fuot "no liyoiifco In required" to
boll tlii'M) oigiirtJ. Ho not foigot tlio
iitimu J. W, Hiiigloy, nor tlio place
Oryutal Koda Works, Hotol street,
Pit, Pmnt'h HiunT Rkmedv 1b a
Specific for all forma of Heart Dib
eiifco and alto for DineiibCH of KidneyH
and Circulation, Descriptive book
with every bottle, llenson Bmith &
Co., Agents. ' ' 351
63 and 65
Per Steamer Zealandia, it large assortment of
"Wlueh will be sold at MAarUFACTUKERS' COST.
BCSr5 We call special attention to our stock of Ladies' Silk
Gloves, JNIitls, and over 100 dozen of the latest de
signs in Ladies' and Gentlemen's"
for Christmas Presents !
Boy's and Children's Clothing for the Holidays.
Remember, our Entire Stock ost bo closed owt by
January 1st, 1887,
Ami tho Greatest Bargains ever offered at tho
Temple of Fashion,
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KKOB1VED, THE FINEST LINES OP
GEstfli-iaJe CloinE, Gents' Fmifliic Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC,
latest Styles und Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and special request, a smnll invoice of llie flneet hand.roade,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable In llic
Oal i netinaker
No. 63 . Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Valking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c.'
made ol the latest deslgnB.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 and GO Hotel ttrcet,
Fresh Qrocorios and Provisions received
by every Steamc-.
P. O. Box 130, Hell Telephone No.
310 Mutual Telephone No. 104.
The White House,
No. IIS Nuunnu Htrect,
Honolulu, 11. I. v
Private Family Hotel ; Terms liaison,
able; Firsl-eluss ALcoinuioiiatlnus.
M. W.SANDEHS, Proprietor.
STEAM CAEDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook und linker.
71 Hotel St. -GUtSr Telephone 74
WENNER & CO.
no. un fou'-i? Huruxa-fcy.r. '
Coiuttuiily on hand a large assortment
of every description of Jowe'ry, Watches,
Qold and Silver Plated Ware. &c.
A Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Month.
28 lt DAMKL LOGAN,, Propiletor, ly
gIi jrriwr-OT rjwnriTi-j -nfif.-'tf fM'n ijrMiwyjj'lHJ rii y bjii ifyrtiriiayjyi
FASHION ! !
Opposite Irwin & Go's
Inter-Mai S. N. Co.,
The Best Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
llie new and staunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leuvc Honolulu ni 10 o'clock A.u. on
TUESDAY, November 17th.
Tho steamer pastes along the entire
coast of the leeward side of Huwuil, af.
fording tourists a panorama of clmim.
Ing scenery, nnd will slop at KeuUke.
lain Bay, where nufllcient time is allow
ed to visit Hie Monument of Captuiu
Tourists by ihls route reach Punnluu
nt C o'clock on the day after lcaing
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vcs-el.tinaklng the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists t 111 be conveyed
by railroad to l'nliulu, thence by Huge
couch to Hulf.way Houec, where horses
und guides will be in attendance to con
oy them to the Volrano.
Tourists ulll llllv lun nlrrlilu'nml nnn
whole day at ihojVolcano, House.
Tickets, for the round trip, $50 which
includes all expentai.
Annlv to HAltltY aiimitaow
Agent, aiWIUIuii)B' PhotogrupliQiillerr,
ort strcot, or at the olllce of the 1. 1 B.
N. Co.7 Ksplaimde. f uio Gm
Office 42 Merchant St, Honolulu.
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
IIIIIm nml ItrntH Collected,
lleul Klnti nought niid Hold,
All nml tern entrusted te, mo will relve
piQii)U.t attention, and returns
New Photograph Itooius,
OVKU Nichol'H More, Fort Btnct,
next the Shooting Gallery, Pic
tuns, Portraits urn! yIowb. Pirsto'.atB
woiU. BatWfuctloii gliuranteed.
20 ly J. A. UONBALVES.
EOT & co-
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
And a choice assortment of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Just received ex "Zenlandla," at
J. T. Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE.
navlng tccuicd the Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we are prepared to execute all
House or Sig-u
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
And Sundry Curiosities
J. T, WATERHOUSE.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just rcceivud a few more
C. E. FRASHER,
lay, Grain, Etc. 2
Oil Cake Meal, f
Oats, Braa. .$
Order left at Ofllce, with N. F. Bur
gees, t4 King Street, will bo promptly
attended to. 69 ly
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for sale, in quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coir,
Hard and Soft Wood, Bawed and Split.
Hran, O ita,
Orders are hen by iiolielud and will
bedelivertd at any locality within tho
No. S ICIISCJ STREET.
Itoth Telephone. 1H7. U
Ilftw'n Carnage MauPg Co., g 80 100
E. O. Hall its Sim, (new Jem) 100 100
Dell Telephone, Q 33 10
C. IUewer & Co., 101 100
Woodlawn Dairy, 00 100
Wailuku Sugar Co., 07 100
Waimanalo, ISO 100
titar Mill. 4i5. 600
Reciprocity tiugar Co., 0 108
Ice Company, $7 100
Inter.lBland S. N. Co., QVm
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Bioket
3H Merchant Htiect. 151 jy
COTTAGE TO !LET.
AT No. 8 EMMA STREET, En
quire on the premises.
60 t CAPT. 11. WHITNEY.
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