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FRIDAY, IS'OV. 20. 188G.
Sliiir C 1 lllshop Iioin Knuiil nnri Wal-
.Slinr Wniiilciilc hum llniimkuii
Stnir Mol.olli fioin Molokai
Sohr l.lholllio from Kauai
Sehr l.eahl from llaiinli'!
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
llrltMi bnik Iron Cnij; for S.tn Finm-
Ilk 1-Mwniil Kidder for Hongkong
Stiiir V U Hall for l.aliaina. Mailucn,
Juitia and ICait at ID a m
Schv lliileiiknln for Pupeekuo
HARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stnir Mokolll ISO
bale- of wool. 17
of Mtgnr, (i
ami 'JO hog.
The li'anier Mokolli nlN on Monday
Tim P. .1 Spencc Is piep.uliifi for Chi
nese pswenger' for Hongkong.
Tliu M'hoonci- Iliilcukulii silU lo
inoirow for l'epechoo. She lias been
thoroughly lepahed on the Mailue
The baik Eriwiud Kidder K nnehoieri
in tliu Mreiun. She hii bc-ldus la I
Clitne-c pawengcr, 2.1 10 feet of lum
ber and 8.1)00 Miek of Hour for llong-
The uliooner .1 C Foul fioin San
Francisco Is expected here on Monday
The "tpanier Sm prise 1- due heie to
moi row with iigar and mobiles fioin
VESSELS IN PORT.
$k Foicst Queen. Winding
fierb.uk P.iuilie. Oltinan
KiitbkW II WiiImju,
Hiitbk lion Crag, Jones
Jit-it bk E .1 Silence..! 110111
Bktne Kllkltut, Cutler
Itktne (5 C Peikiii". Aekeraian
HklneMaiy Winkchnau. Backer
Haw sehr Oener.il Scigel, from Fioiieh
Frigate Shoals, due Nov L'U-liO.
Ger bark Ilydia, from Hongkong, due
Geimaa baik llcicules. Schaefer,
sailed from l.iveri)ool, October titli, due
Am bktne Aniulia, AVm Xuwhall, fiom
from I'orl Towu-eml, V T. duo Xo em
Jlaw brig llaaul, AV G jondman,
from San Fianei'.co, due at Ililo, 11a--wuil,
Haw bark Star of Devon. A Locll.
Iroin Faaning's Island, due Duceinbur
Haw schooner Malolo, J 15 Holland,
from Maiilbiki, ia Fannlng's IMaiul,
lue DccPinbL-i- ir.-:!l.
Aiuciiu.ui baik Saraaae, fiom Xew
York, e'lilcd.liily lllib, dueheieXov. 13
:50, to Cattle iv; Cooke.
Am bk Martha D.nis, FM IIcnon,
Bailed from liostoa August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to llrewer & Co.
Uritb.ilk Glengaber, olleton, fiom
Liverpool, due hcie, Jan lfi-31, to
Davics & Co.
Jllitbark M'aitha, Fisher, fiom Glas
gow, sailed Seiit 0, duo lore Jan 1.V30,
lo Schaefer & Co.
JJiit bark Lady Lampson, Maiston,
Ironi the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer tfc Co.
Am bktne S X CaMle, Hubbard, from
Port Ulakcly, 'due here Dee 15th, to
Cuftle & Cooke.
Ambk.ril Bower, now due fiom
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
ConrfcTiTivi: diill to-mouov after
bank of Messic. Hisbop it Co.
A coi'V of the Daily Uuw
is wanted, ot August IlOtli, 188(5.
Tin: W. G. Hall sails for windward
poits at 10 o'clock to-nionow morn
Co.Mi'i.AiXT.s of the bad condition
of the roads, since the heavy lains,
come from all quarters.
Mn. Malcolm Uiown has been ap
pointed Deputy Kegistrar of Convey
ances for the Hawaiian Islands,
A i-ADV residing on Punchbowl
street bad her clothes line skinned of
its clothing, one evening this week.
lUiiK "Zoila", Captain McKay,
was lof-ail from Newcastle, X. S. W.
in iVov. consigned to J. T. Water
house. Tin: baik Edward Kidder sails to
morrow for Hongkong, taking fiom
Ibis poit a number of Chinese pas
sengers. - .
Tin: Jubilee athletic spoils mo in
piogi oi-h at Makiki this afleinoon,
under the management of Mr. J. U.
A largo white dog was hobbling
mound tho town this moining, with
his bowels piotuiding thiougli a
gash, presenting a sickly sight.
Mkssiis. E. P. AdaniH it Co. will
hold a regular cash sale at 10 A. ji.
to-nionow, and at noon, another sale,
when several Jap.uieM) game fowl
will bo bold.
Mn. Geo. II. Do Kay has been
making a few calls aionnd the town
to-dav with a specimen copy of his
book, the Child'H Hiblo, and has met
with eneouiaging success.
IJin vi:i:n '.' and 10 o'clock, last
night, a horse attached lo an express,
and without a driver stinted fiom tho
stand at E. O. Hull & Sou's corner,
bolted up Foitstieet, and stopped at
School stieet. Fortunately, no serious
Tin: largo billiaid loom at tho
Hawaiian Hotel was lighted by
eleclrictv, last night. The light was
furnished by one burner only, sus
pended in tho eentio of Hie loom,
which was sull)ciont to illuminate
every part thoioughly.
Mn. F. U. ITnysdriVii'n and Mr
Thui Ion's Families leave by tin'
steamer V. U. Hall to-inoiiov mom
It is said that a goiilloiiinn, stop
ping at Uu? Diirioit mansion, N
pen oily inloiestcil in tho $2,000,000
Tim: Mourner C. R. Uishoji loft Wni
anac slioiMy after 1 o'clock tlii
afternoon, anil N expected lieio at
about. T o'clock.
Tim: Kidder ciew, while woiking
aboaid lite essil tbis afleinoon
gayly sang "We juy Faddy Doyle
for bis boolx."
Tin: steainer Waialeale btingsuews
of HiuMveallier ut llainakna. The
eane looks sjdendid. llonokaii mill
begins giin'ding eaily in December.
Tnr.ur.'s a man in llonohilu who
boaslingly says that he will Mwot
anybody at 200 yaid" -10 louiids or
20ioiitids at 200 yaids, and 20 more
at W)0 yaids,for a puise oi the cbani
piouship. CHARLES10H RELIEVED.
Commaniler Laiue of the (.leo. AV.
Del.ong l'ott lias lcceived notice
tliroitgh the usual ollleial eliannels
tliat the Mayor of Charleston de
clares there is no further need of
contributions in aid of the lecent
sufferers at Charleston.
On the same night that Mr. h. II.
Hendry's house was bunilunzcd,
somebody stole a set of harness from
the lesidencc of Mr. II. Merger.
The harness was in the cairiago
house, and the liuiglar, after trying
the door and failing to open it,
effected an entrance by breaking a
pane of gla-s in the window. lie
must have broken the glass with bis
list, as blood was visible about the
window and on the lloor. The
Chinese servant heard the noise, but
was too much fiigbtened to get up
or call out. Nothing except the
harness was taken.
Our rcpoils of the legislative pro
ceedings of the session ot 1880 is
now published in book form, con
sisting of 7-1-1 pages, including a
comprehensive "talile of contents,"
caicfully prepared by a gentleman
who has taken a deep interest in the
work during its piogress through
the press. These reports are ini
paitial and cnliicly free from any
paili.an bias. The book is on sale
at Mr. Sopor's (fonneily Oat &
Co.'s), Merchant street, Mr. T.
G. Thrum's, Fort street, and the
Daily liu.i.i:iis OUice. The price
BURGLARY AT THE ANCHOR SALOON.
Although Chung Hook, the Chi
nese desperado and burglar, is
clothed in a prison costume, the
reign of terror has not ended. When
Chung Hook was at libeity burg
laries were reported daily and peo
ple were afraid to sleep at nights.
On his capture the women folks felt
relieved, and their fears gradually
faded away. Hut of late new depre
dators have snrumr up, and the
reign of tenor is being kindled
afresh. The chicken stealing at Mr.
AVaterhouse's, the stealing of the
sewing machine from St. Andrew
Pi iory, the burglary at Mr. Hendry's,
the breaking open of a trunk on
Alakca street, the burglary at Mr.
Merger's, and the lobbery of the
Anchor Saloon night belore last,
show that plundcicrs aie yet at
large, and give rise to the question
of "whose nextV"
The Anchor Saloon robbery was
committed by somebody with greasy
I hands and dirty baie feet, who with
the assistance of a piece of scant
ling, climbed up to the transom of
the side door, and thus got into the
saloon. Ho got Sl.iiO out of the
till, took two bottles of liquor, and
after trying the safe without effect
ing an' opening, decamped by the
way he entered, leaving no clue to
THE JUBILEE BALL.
The disagreeable drizzle of the
early pai t of last evening was suf
ficient to make the atmosphere and
streets unpleasant for locomotion,
and undoubtedly militated against
the ball to the extent of preventing
tho attendance of some invited
guusls who would otherwise havo
been present. Hut by eight o'clock,
and from Unit time forward, tho
sky was clear, and the atinosphero
calm and cool, contributing in the
first degree to the enjoyment of tho
The entrance to and exit from the
Palace giounds were brilliantly
lighted by electricity, making the
streets at tho outsido of the en
closure as well as the drives and
walks inside almost as light as day.
Tliu Palace anil the large liuiui ad
joining, recently erected for the
Jubilee festivities, woie similarly
illiinii;,'aled. Decorations of Hags,
greenery, etc., were profuse ujid
The dancing was in the ianni just
now refeired to, the tloor of which
was specially prepaied for that pur
pose, and 'near it was stationed
the ltoyul Hawaiian Hand, that lur
nislicd the necessary music.
The guests, as they arrived, were
politely received and assiduously
attended to throughout the evening
by His Majesty's Chamberlain and
assistants. Tin's was a very pleasing
feature in the airaiigements, that
added no trillo to the pietism e- of all
participating, and is lieio iccorded
to the credit of those concerned.
'Die company was largo and gay,
and presented a magnificent picture
under tho dazzling electric light.
The llrst set, opening tliu ball,
and dancing the Uoyal Hawaiian
Lancers, was comprised of His Ma
jesty tliu King and 11. 1. II. Prin
cess Liliiiokahtnl, II. K. II. Princess
Likelike and II. 11, Prince Kawa
nniiakoa, His Excellency Mr. Gib
son and Mrs. L. Abolo, His Excel
lency Mr. Aholo and Mrs. Anlone
Uosa, lion. A. S. Cleghoiu and Mis.
Wodehotisc, His Excellency Mr.
Uosa and Mrs. C. P. laukea, Mr.
Tain Audo and Miss Stella Keomai
lani, Major S. Paiker and Mrs. Taro
The ball being opened, dancing
was kept up with vigor until past
midnight, allowing of one long inter
nal for supper, between 11 and 12
o'clock, and other slioitcr intervals
for rest. The supper comprised
every luxury that money and energy
could procure, and was elegantly
spread. Appetites sharpened by
the exeiuisc of the dance prepared
the guests for its full enjoyment.
L'p lo the present number of the
.Jubilee programme, the Grand Hall
mny be niaiked as the most success
ful event of the series.
NEWS BY THE IilOKOLII.
The steainer MoUolii had some
rough weather on her last up trip lo
Molokai. On Monday last, while
landing at Kalaupapa, the boat was
dashed onto the locks and stove in.
The crew jumped before the boat
stiuek. Some made blioro, while
others swam outward. Another boat
was lowered from the steamer and
Hie crew picked up. The damaged
boat was left at Kalaupapa. Gentle
rains have been falling on Molokai
of late, and the island looks green,
especially at Kaunakakai. The
steamer made an extra trip to Maui
with cattle from Molokai.
A series of billiard matches have
been made between Lon Morris and
J. F. 15. McClccry, to be played as
follows: Eiist game, cushion
caroms, Morris lo play 1300 points to
McClepry's 2."0, at the Commercial
billiard rooms this evening at 7:. '10
o'clock. The second game will be
balk line, (100 points even up, to
take place at the Hawaiian Hotel
billiard room on Saturday evening.
Third game, 1,000 points up stiaight
billiards, at the Commercial billiard
rooms on Monday evening. Admis
sion will be free to all these games.
A purse of S100 will be given for
each game, and an additional 100
for the winner of the series. P. V.
A GLASS MOUNTAIN.
Washington, Oct. 12. One of
the forthcoming reports of tho Geo
logical Survey will contain a paper
by Prof. Joseph P. Iddings upon an
obsidian cliff in Yellowstone Park.
This cliff is an elevation half a mile
long by from 150 to 200 feet high,
the material of which, Prof. Iddings
says, "is as good a glass as any ar
tificially manufactured." Its colors
and structure not only make it high
ly interesting to the visitor, but
furnish to the scientific investigator
phenomena of important. The cliff
presents part of the section of a sur
lace How of obsidian, which poured
down an ancient slope from the pla
teau lying cast. It is impossible to
determine what the original thick
ness of this How was. The dense
glass which now forins its lower
portion is from seventy-five to one
hundred feet thick, while the porous
and pitniicions portion has suffered
from ages of crosian and glacial ac
tion. A lemarkable feature of the cliff'
is the development of prismatic
columns, which form its southern
extiemity, These arc of shining
black obsidian, rising from the talus
slopo and are from fifty to sixty
feet in height, with diameters vary
ing from two to four feet.
The color of the material of this
cliff is for the most part jet black,
but much of it is niotled and streak
ed with bright brownish led and va
rious shades of brown, from dark
to light yellowish, purplish and olive
green. The brilliant luster of the
rock and the strong contrast of
colors witli the black are very
striking. In places the glass in the
process of cooling has been broken
into small angular pieces, which
have been again cemented by tho
later How, pioducing many colored
and buaiititn! breccia. In some
places tliu material sIiowb a fine
satin luster, while in others a deep
golden sheen is noticable. which,
under tliu lens, resolves itself into
thin beams of red and yellow light.
Thiougli the black and red glass
are scattoicd dull bluish gray
patches and bauds and round gray
and pink masses, the effect of which
is to still further vary the appear
ance and beauty of the rock and
make it the most conspicuous and
characteristic variety of volcanic
lava known. N. Y. Sun.
REMARKABLE IF TRUE,
A corrcbpoiiilunt writing to tho
London Jorniui I'uxl bays: Dr.
Creb'jwcll Ilewott of Liiicolii'H Inn
Fields hsib (libuovercd tliu synthetical
or iiitillciiil inodu of milking quinine,
by whit'li Ibo price of Unit drug will
be reduced to boinetbing like three
pence pur ounce. The importance
of this dibcovcrv (which whb inudo
two or three weeks ngo through the
accidental breaking of a medicine
bottle) is hitherto wo havo been
depending for our quinine on tho
cultivation of the cinchona tree,
from whoso bnrk -2 per cent of good
quinine can bu extracted, U8 per
cent being valueless, the drug can
now bu manufactured without limit
by a very simple1 process from all
articlu which can always be got in
abundance in any pnit of the world.
A few days ago Dr. Hew ill submit
ted a sample- of his preparation lo
Messrs. Howard & Sons, quinine
manufacturers, Sliatford, who have
expressed surprise at the result of
their analysis, the sample being
equal to the best quinine ill the
market. The discoverer is about to
coinniunicale with the Government,
who annually spend in India alone
about L'G0,0'00 in tliu cultivation of
the cinchona tree. Philadelphia
GEN. DOULANGER'S WONDERFUL
London, Oct. !t. Gen. Houlangcr,
the French Minister of War, who is
the coining man in France, is not
only astounding his own country
men with the i apid and startling
changes he is making in the French
aimy, but is also disturbing the
equanimity of all the other nations
in Europe. His name is more fre
quently on the lips of the people
than that of any other man in
Franco, and the Due d' Aliunde epi
sode, which it was thought at the
lime would be fatal to him, is now
eiitiiely forgotten. Hardly a day
passes' without one, if not all of the
London papers containing some com
plimentary reference to Houlangcr
in their special Paris dispatches.
This may partly arise from the fact
that ho is, like'iM. Waddiuglon, half
English, having been born of an
English mother at Brighton forty
live years ago. His latest interest
ing pioposal is that the Chambers
should vote a sum of 12,'),000,000
francs for the equipment of the
French army witli new mortars and
projectiles of monster size and terri
ble destruetivencss. lie had the
Budget committee of the French
Chambers out at Malmaison this
week to witness experiments with
this new weapon. It discliaiges a
shell three feet long, which has a
shaip steel point that enters into the
laiget like a wedge, splintering it
into atoms. It demolishes solid
stone walls as if they weie paper
boxes and crushes the thickest steel
plates as witli perfect ease. One of
Gen. Houlanger's new regulations in
the French Army is that the .soldiers
shall allow their beards to grow.
There has been time enough for a
practical demonstialion of this ex
periment, and the effect is said to be
almost startling. When the Budget
Committee of the French Chambers
met on Tuesday last to discuss the
war estimates, Gen. Houlangcr al
lowed a i eduction of 3,000,000
francs in his claim. One item of
the reduction was a sum of ."5,000
francs for feeding the Government
cats, which are employed to catch
the rats and mice in the barracks.
Each cat in future is to cost only 5
centimes daily for its keep, instead
of 0 centimes, as heretofore.
Special cablegram to St. Louis
The Grand Lodge of Masons of
Kentucky has decided that saloon
keeping was an offense against the
order, and should be punished as
rpHE new supply of Hooks, Diaric?,
J. JjiatioiiBiy, Novelties-, Xinas Cards,
Toys, ami Fancy Goods icteived by T
G. TmiUM per Zcalaudiu, will make
Santa Clans' Ileadquartcislliu atti active
spot of the city foi old and young, as
TELEPHONE for Ice Cieaml
X Mutual Co. IMS; Hell Co. 18:!. 85
DELICIOUS Fruit Ices and Slier,
beta hi the Emu;. 7a
5.00 ONLY 's the price charged
lor '1 wo Gallons of any llavoicd
rich and always frcsli miiilc Steam Ice
Cream, guaranteed to be absolutely pure
or no p iv ut the Pioneer Steam Candy
Fii(iloiy,Hakeiy and Ice Cream Honins.
I'lactical Confectioner and Orna.
niuntcr, Hotel St., lict. l-'ort & Niiuanu
Mi. Hawaiian and Hull Telephones,
No. 71. 40 If
CtANDIES! Imported, llnnd
I sucei, you'll Ijnd al the Hi.iti:. So
ICE CREAM "f the i 'in est and Well
ot qualit) I Kim one quail to any
quantity t.pw.irdh aie rid it end packed
in ice, lroni It o'clock a.m. lu (i o'clock
i' m., lice of chaigu to any p.ut in Hono.
lulu and nihuihs by tin: 1'ioneur btenin
Candy Factory and JJakeiy.
C1HRISTMAS and New Year Cards,
all new unit of the veiv latest do.
sljjns, having been caicfully sclicltd by
oui -Mr. T. J, Kinif, who has jif-t ie.
tinned from ilus O us'. Call curly at
ICbi(r Hiih' Ait Stoic. SO
CRAKES! Fancy, plain and oriin
I imntid of eveiy riisurlpiluii always
on band at the Ki.rri:, on Hold Si. 85
... i.i -
DID you uM'i V Jo, 1 never tasted
belter Ice Oi cam than al the Ki.n i; !
Tlieli Ico Crctini is icully delicious, and
such a nice cuy place they have! 5
1'a'iiionii: Homo Industiy by buy
ing ciguis of J. V. Jliugloy, (Jigar
MiiiMifiiutuii'r, at the Uiyntnl Sodu
Woikh, wlimo bo is pi opined to (ill all
oi del s ut the lowest jiocsible whole
sale prices. Island oidcis solicited
mid promptly tilled. The attention
of dcah'is is lespectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is loquiiod" to
sell tbeso oigiiiH. Ho not foiget tho
inline J. V. Uingloy, nor the place
Crystal Soda Wotks, Hotel stieot.
1)11. Fl.INT'ri IlKAU'l' Ilr.MKDV is ll
Specific for all foi ins of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Ciiuiilutioii. Desoiiptivo book
witli ovciy bottle. Ueiison Smith &
Co., Ayimto. - S51t
63 and 65
Per Steainer Zt-Jtlandia, it large assortment of
"Which will he sold at :IA"NTUFACTU.REKS' COST,
c i-all special attention to our stock of Ladies' Silk
Gloves, Mitts, and over 100 dozen of the latest de
signs in Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Boy's and Children's Clothing-
Remember, our Entire Stock most be closed out by
January 1st, 1887,
And tho Greatest "Bargains ever offered at tlio
Temple of Fashion.
Nos. 63 & 65 Tort Street, - -
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
jukt ki:oi;ivi-'d, Tin: hnkst links op
Custom-made ClotMi, Geils' FiraisliE Gooils,
IIA'IS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and "Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated mid spcciid request, u i-nnill inoicc of the linett iuuid.iuade,
Obtainable in the
O 3i l i ut o t jii it li e i
And llpliol (ttircr,
No. l(:i Ilolel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Valking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Uon.Jccs, Curtain l'oles, &c.'
made ot llic latest designs.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 and 09 IJotel street,
Fn.sh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Summer.
1. O. Uox lao, Hell Telephone No.
3in Mutual Telephone No. 1SU.
The White House,
IS. 11H NlllllllUl Hll't,
Honolulu, H. I.
Private Family Hold; Terms Heason.
able; Firsl. class ALConniinilallons.
V. FAN DELS, l'ropiietor.
STEAI CAM FACTORY
F. IIOllN, l'racticul Confectioner,
I'aatry Cook iinri linker.
71 Hotel SI. &Z3r Telephone 74
WENNER & CO.
."Uunumodicini; Jewel IcrH,
is'o. ojj roitT H'j'icaajaa'.
Constantly on hand a large assortinenl
of every ilescilptlonof .luwc'iy, Watches,
Gobi and Sliver l'laied Ware. c.
Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Month.
28 1 DANUIb LOUAN, Piopiletor, ly
ASHION ! !
Christmas Presents !
for the Holidays.
- Opposite Irwin & Co'b
Mer-Islanu S. H. Co.,
Tlie Best DRonte
to tliu World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, November 17th.
The steamer pacs along the entire
coast of ihe Reward side of Huwuil, af.
lording tourists u panorama of charm,
iug scenery, and will stop ut Keulake.
kuii Buy, where sulllcicnt time is allow.
(d to visit tliu Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Funabiu
at fi o'clock on tliu day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, (making Ihe entire passage in
smooth water. At Puunluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from llietu louiistswlll be conveyed
by rallioad to l'alialii, thence by stage
coach to Half.way Houcc, wlierv horses
and guides will he in attendance to con
voy them lo the Volcano,
Tourists will have two nlglitajund ono
whole day at thujVolcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expencei.
Apply to HAltHY AIIMITAGE,
Agent, atWHUams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort stuet, or at the olllce of the I. I B.
N. Co., Ksplauade. fii'O Cm
Office 42 Merchant St., Honolulu.
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
IIIIIh ami ItcntH Collet-ted,
Ileal Khtntu llouclit uuil Mold,
All inaitcrs cntruxti'd to me will reolve
piouipl intention, and returns
Now Pliotogruph Rooms.
OYKH Nlchol's norc, Fort str.et,
next the Shooting Gallery, Pic
Hires, Poitralts and views. Flisto'.ass
wuik. Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 ly J. A. UONSALVES.
EGAN & CO.,
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
And ft choice assortment of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Just icceived (X "Zeahiivlla," ut
J. T. Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE.
Having rucuicd the Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo are prepared to execute all
House or Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
FOREIGN BIRDS, SHELLS
And Sundry Curiosities
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just received a few more
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal,
Order left at Oflice, with N. F. Uur
gess, 4 King Street, will be promptly
attcuried to. COly
S. M. CARTER,
on hand for sale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split
It rim , O us,
Orders are hen by solicited and will
bo deli vend at any localiiy within iho
No. S2 ICINO STREETf,
Iloth Tclriihouen, 187. U
Haw'nCarninjoManf'KCo., $ SK) 100
K. O. Hall & Son,(uiw istue) 100 100
Hell Telephone, U;l 10
C. Brewer A Co., llll 100
Woodhiwii Dairy, 80 100
Walluku Sugar Co., 97 100
Waimanalo, ISO 100
Star Mill. -i'r) oOO
Reciprocity Sugar Co., F0 10C
Ice Company. 87 100
Inter.Ialand S. N. Co., 105
L. A. THUHSTON, Stock Uiokei &L
an Merriimii nirepi IGltly
COTTAGE TO IET.
AT No. 8 EMMA STREET. Ea
quire on tho premises,
till t CAPT. B. WHITNEY.