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It gnUj) gitUiin.
SATURDAY, NOV. 27. 1880.
Stmr l.lkollku fiom Kuliiitiil
.Slinr.lus Miikcc from Kutuiliil
British Imik tinii Crag for Suil'uui-
Ilk TUlwiuil KIiIiUt for Ilnughoufj
Stnir Y U Ilnll fur l.iilmlmi, MujIiicii,
IConn nml ICiut nl 10 a in
St'lir lluleiikulii for Pepcokco
Stmr I.lkellko for Knhulul
Stmr Mokolll for Molokai
Schramm for llononiu
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Bishop 1,511 bugs of paddy.
Stmr Llkcllkc 2,048 bags of sugar.
"Fiom Kinml via Walannc, per C It
Bishop, November 20 Jus Daly J C
Manhunt mid 211 dcuk.
Frdm KuHulul, per I.lkellko, Novem
ber 27 Mis Blfriicr, Miss M Sbeldon. A
linos, W A Ba'ley, 2 Chinese, 1 prisoner
.and 72 dcek.
Tor Maul & Hawaii, per V O Hall,
November 27 Geoico lllelmrdsou, Mr
Jlaysclden and family, .1 Kekaula and
wife, lloaplli, T K Kobeit, Miss A
"Ward, four Tiutons and 75 deck.
VESSELS IN PORtT
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Gcr bark Pacific, Oilman
Brit bk W 11 Watson,
Brit bk Iron Crag, Jones .
Brit bk E J Spenee, .7 II Gill
Bktne Klikltat, Cutler
Bktne G C Perkins, Aekerman
Bktne Mary Winkelman, Backers
Haw sclir Genei al Sclgel, from Ficnch
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-110.
Gcr baik Hydra, from Hongkong, due
German bark Heioules, Scbaefer,
sailed from Liverpool, October 0th, duo
Am bktno Amelia, Win Ncwhall, from
from Port Tovvusend, W T, due No em
Haw brig Hazard, W G Goodman,
from San Fianclsco, due at Hllo, Ha--ivali,
November 21-30. .
Haw bark Star of Devon. A Loell,
from Fauniug's Island, due December
Hiiw schooner Malolo, J B Holland,
from Munllilki, via Faiming's Island,
due December 15-31.
American baik Sar.inae, from New
York, sailed July 13th, due here Nov. 18
30, to Castle & Cooke.
Am bk Maltha Davis, FM Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Urit bark Glengaucr, Kolleston, fiom
Liverpool, due lieie, Jan 13-31, to
Davies & Co.
Brit bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 0, duo lerc Jan 15-30,
to Scbaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakeljsjlue here Dcu 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bk J II Bowers, now duo from
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Theus will bo music' at the rink
Morris and McClccry will play a
match, game of billiards, this evening,
.at the Hawaiian Hotel.
The steamer Jus. Mnkee- took a
deck load of cattle from Nawjliwili to
Kaliului on her last trip,
Hon. S. Parker entertained Mr.
A . B. Spreckels and a few other gen
tlemen at dinner, last evening.
Thk timo of sailing of the steamers
"Waialeale, C. K. Bishop, and Jas.
Makee was not known this moiuing.
A lot of books, consisting of about
thirty volumes, lias boon presented
to the Library Association by Mr. M.
D. Monsnrrnt. ' "
Jue Historical Tableaux exhibi
tion begins at 8 -o'clock this ovening,
in the Music Hall. Admission by
The usual temperance meeting,
this ovening, in Fowler's yard, under
tho auspices of tho teniperancc com
mittee of tho Y. M. C. A.
One of tho horses that camo by tho
bark Forest Queen, tho other day, to
John Colburn, was sent hero by Mr.
J. II. Agnow, for Mr. S. Koth.
A match gnmo of billiards, last
night, at tho Commercial billiard
room, between Morris and McCleory,
jesulted in a victory for tho former.
Thk international work of tho
Young Mo.i's- CVisliun Association
will bo presented by tho General
Secrofry at tho Y. M. O. A. Hall
nt G:!:0, Su iday evening, A collec
tion to ho taken for tho samo.
Mil. W. J. Tillsloy, book-keeper at
Heeia Plantation, on this island, died
homowlmt Biiddonly, ycsteulay after
noon, fiom henionliago of tho lungs.
Deeeabcd was a native of Liverpool,
England, was a young man, and had
beonin this countiy u few months
A SAU.OK from a fchip is port went
to Dr. MoKibbin for medical treat
ment, tho other day, complaing of
dinrrhea in tho legl Jack wanted to
getoll'for a day, and thought this
peculiar ailment HuiHcient to excuso
him from duty.
To-Moitow, Independence Day,
will bo commemorated at Kamuka
pili church by two orutioiiB, ffee in
Hawaiian by His Excellcncjyiir- J.
Aholo, and the other in English by
His Excellency W, M. Gibson. His
Majesty has intimated the intention
to bo presont. Exercises will begin
at 12 o'clock noon. Tho public aie
Mnssns. 8. Pnrkor nml W. II. Corn'
Well liavo a challenge in to-ilny's
Tin: (lovornment Olllces aio all
eloed to-day in connucmoiation of
tho iccogni'tion of Independence.
A salute was llred fiom the slums
batlciy at noon. Consular Hags mo
Hying. The ships in poit aio
A.v ollicor went into the Beaver
.Saloon, last oven'ng, and ileinnndcd
of the elerk u sight of his business
licence. On being told that it was
locked in the safo anil lw would have
lo wait until Mr. Nolto ciiino, the
olllccr said that it should be placed
where it could bo seen, and remarked
that there is a plenty of crooked busi
ness going on about town.
, OUR HANSARD.
Our rcpoits of the legislative pro
ceedings of the session of 1881! is
now published in book form, con
sisting of 744 pages, including n
comprehensive "table of contents,"
c'aiefully prepared by a gentleman
who has taken a deep interest in the
.work during its progress through
the press. These reports nre im
partial and entirely free from any
paitizan bias. The book is on sale
at Mr. Sopcr's (formerly Oat &
Co.'s), Merchant street, Mr. T.
G. Thrum's, Fort street, and the
Daily Bulletin Oillcc. The price
The lGth passed oif very quietly
at llonokaa. Nearly all the natives
went to Wnipio .where they had a
general good time for two or three
days. There was a shooting match
at llonokaa for two prizes, 1
Hotchkis Rillc and 1 Mexican sad
dle, both of which were carried off
by Mr. It. M. Overeml who made a
13 and 14 out of a possible 15. The
ride used by him was a IlotehUis.
Wo hear some of the contesting
parties arc nbt satisfied and are
going to try their luck again, on
Saturday the 27th.
The llonokaa mill will resume
grinding on the 1st of December
and expects to turn out 20 tons per
llonokaa, Hawaii, Nov. 23, 188G.
Editor Bui.lktix: Sir In your
issue of the 13th inst., you publish
an account of a distressing accideut
at Houokaia, Hamakua. Your in
formant was very badly posted on
Hamakua affairs, as no such acci
dent ever occurred. A young gill
"Anna Kamakau" fell at llonokaa,
about six feet and got a slight cut
on her face ; and as her father has
been dead for about 15 years, his
sorrow and wailing must have been
purely in the imagination of your
correspondent, as was also the sad
procession on the following da' ; for
she is around and well at the present
Honokaa, Nov. 25, 188G. .
THE DOCTOR AT (T AGAIN,
The wet weather and the bad state
of the roads, during the past week
or two, have brought public expresses
into special requisition. It has been
a harvest season for cabmen, but
not all profit by a long way, because
the nits and bogs have played havoc
with vehicles, and a large amount of
money in the aggregate has been
expended in lepairs. The vauous
cauiage making and repairing estab
lishments have been running full
blast. Dr. A. Morgan's hospital for
the treatment of all kinds of wheeled
vehicle injuiies, King street, has
been a scene of broken wheels,
broken shafts, broken axels, and
broken everything belonging to a
carriage. Doses of iron and steel
tonics, and the application of leather
salvo and strong wooden poultices,
under the Doctor's skilful direction,
have meded many n broken limb and
restored to seniceable soundness
past week. Tho patient goes into
the hospital "all broken up,M and in
a few hours comes out as lively as a
flea. Tho Doctor is the boy that
can do it !
The next number of the Daily
Bulletin ui-jionthly -Summary will
be issued on Tuesday next. A
sample number was scut, gratis, to
each subscriber to the Daily on the
15th inst. The summary will be
printed, distinct from tho Daily, at
first and middle of each month, and
will contain the leading articles and
all news matter likely to be of in
terest abroad, of the Daily, from the
date of the preceding summary, and
will be an excellent resume of public
and social events for persons to
send to thejr friends in other lands.
Next issuo will contain the Thanks
giving Day sermons of Revds. Geo.
Wallace, at St. Andrew's Cathedral,
and of Rev. S. E. Bishop, at Fort
Strcut CJnirch, as printed in our
daily issues of Thursday last' and
Ten cents per copy, Two Dollars,
per annum. Mailed, post paid, to
any foreign address, at 82.50 per
annum, in advance. Orders for next
Tuesday's issuo, to be secure of
being filled, should be in, not later
than Monday noon.
THE "mAKIKI SPORTS.
The bright Biinlight, tho air cooled
and the dust well laid by the rains
of the previous days combined to
make yesterday one of tho most glo
rious of the many bright days furnish
cdlby each revolving year in the clima
tic paradise The sports announced
to come off at one o'clock r. m. on
tio Makiki lecreation grounds ex
cited a considerable) emigration, of
j. . ' - - -1
m jip i imftiiinwwaaflfn im grt
llio youth bounty unit nttisdo of tho
city to that beautiful suburban re
treat. It wim close on lo two o'clock
befoie all the preliminary arrange
ments were settled and the fun com
menced. Tho king of bandmastcis,
Mr. Henry Merger, whoso residence
is hard by, had his ubiquitous and
invincible bandsmen stationed tinder
the umbiagcous shelter of n cluster
of trees on the corner of his des
muuse, and the spoils v. etc enli
venpiied r.t intervals by a scries of
impromptu and appropriate and
The executive olllccrs of the day,
In ehaige of the events, were
Messrs. C. II. Eldridge and .1. Win
ter, judges; Mr. Chailes Croighton,
referee; Mr. J. G. Spencer, secre
tary. Baseball teams, were organized
by taking their players from each of
the three clubs, and were named rc&
pectively "Coronation," with Mr.
Henry M. Whitney, enptain, and
"Jubilee," with Mr. Henry Kaia,
captain. The .cams and scorers
were: Coronation II. M. Whitney,
2 b; II. Wodehoitse, c; 11. Bald
win, 1 b; C II. Judd, ss; G. L.
Desha, If; J. F. Frcidcnbuig, 3 b ;
If, Meek, p; J. Winter of; M. K.
Keohokalolc, pio tern, in the nbr
senco of Robert Parker, r f.
Jubilee -II. Kaia, r f ; Chan Wil
der, 2 b; Win. Mooro, 3 b; D.
Moehonua, p; J. Lishman, ss; G.
Markham, 1 b; D. Morton, c;
Charles Wilder, 1 f ; F. B. Oat, c f ;
While tho Jubilee team was in
3rd innings, Mr. Parker arrived and
Mr. Keohokalolc retired. Parker
took the place of II. Meek, p ; Frei
denburg took r f ; Baldwin 3 b and
Meek took 1 b.
Four innings were played, when
it was found that each team had
scored 15 runs, made up as follows:
Baldwin , 2
Chan Wilder 3
Moi ton , 3
Chas. Wilder '. 1
F. B. Oat 1
It was then decided, as the after
noon was well advanced, to close
the baseball tournament and pro
ceed with the other events on the
programme, in order to get through
Second event. 100 yards race.
Entries, John Oat, Torbert, B.
Baldwin, Fred. Oat, M. N. Ken
nedy, C. H. Greig, Geo. Rosa, J.
H. Wodehouse, J. M. Bright, Geo.
Bill, Jas. Brwn. The runner
started :n good order. But a short
distance was gone over until the
front began to break and befoie the
finish was made, some had fallen
out, and the grove of flying legs
was considerably thinned out before
the' goal was reached. The race was
won by Baldwin ia 11 seconds,
close followed by Torbert, 2nd,
and Bright 3rd. First przo, $10;
Third event. Putting 10 pound
shot, 3 trials. W. Moore, 29 ft.
10 in. ; J. Friedenburg, 28 ft. G in. ;
Anthony Mables, 2G ft. ; J. Widdc
lield, 25 feet; Kaumana, 25 ft.
First and only prize, $5.
li'ointh event. Running broad
jump, 3 trials. B. Baldwin, 17 ft.
8 in. ; W. Moore, 17 ft. G in. ; J.
Widdefield, 15ft. 10 in.; J. Bright,
13 ft. 5 in. Prize 85.
Fifth event. Running Bases, as
in base-ball. B. Baldwin,' 1G sec. ;
Win. Moore, 1G3 sec. ; Jas. Brown,
17 sec. ; John Widdefield, 17$ see. ;
John Blight, 17$ sec. ; J. Frieden
burg, 18 sec. ; II. M. "Whitney, Jr.,
18 sec. ; S. M. Kamara, 19J sec.
Sixth Event. Standing broad
jump, 3 trials. W. Moore, 9 ft. 5
in. ; John Winter, 9 ft. 44 in. ; John
Kea, 9 ft. First prize, 67, second,
None of tho entries for the sack
race answered to their names.
Seventh event. Running high
jump. Tho entries . were John
iMiedcnberg, J. M. Bright, John
Kea, Geo. Bill and W. Widdifield.
At tho first trial, all live cleared the
cord; at tho second, Bright wont
out; at the fourth, Bill and Widdi
field failed; at the fifth, when the
cord was up to 4 ft. 10 in., Widdi
field and Kea both wont over, but at
tho next figure, 5 ft. 2 in., Widdi
field was out, and only Ken wont
over. First prize, S7, second, S3.
Eighth event. Standing three
jumps with 10 pound weights, John
Winter, 28 ft. 7 in. ;.E. J. Appleby,
28 ft. ; J. M. Kamarn, 21 ft. 5 in. ;
First prize, S7t second, $3.
Ninth event. Throwing thpbasp.
ball. Entries, Henry L'rabbe, J.
Friedenburg, B. Baldwin, II. M.
Whitney, Jr., W. Moore, J. Robin
son and J. M. Oat. Baldwin made
the best throw, 299 feet. Tho next
in order was Whitney, 282 feet.
Mooro was thiid, but only the first
two were measured. Prize, S5.
Tenth and final event. Two hun
dred yards foot l ace. Run on the
road outside tho grounds. Tho first
In was J. L, Torbert and second
George Rosa. Tlio' remaining con
testants were J, Kaiiuua, B. Bald
win, Geo. Bill and E, J. Appleby,
and Jas. Brown,
- uiK. .
Tho bcsl of feeling prevailed
among tho competitors throughout,
mid tho events of the afternoon
passed off in n very satlsfaelory
Komax Catholic Catiikdual.
High maw at 10 A. M. Vespers at 4
ICAl'MAKATin Ciuntuii. Hl'V. J.
Wnlnimiii, puMor. Suuilav school at
o:::oa. m. Pi caching at iO:BO a. m.
ICawaiaiiao Ciiliioii. Bev. II. II.
Paiker, pastor. Sunday M-hool at 10
A. m. Pleaching at 11 A. M. and
Young people's meeting at 7:90 v. M.
Y. M. U. A Young Men's Bible
Clai In the pallor at l):4u a. m.. con
ducted by the General Secretary. Gopel
pialtc service at G;ao i. M. Como unci
bring a friend.
Ciiinlsi: ( liuncii. Fort street, near
coiner Uere.nnla. Mr. To Teng Uc,
evangelist. Chlieo Sunday School,
".U'.iOA. m. Chinese and English Sim
day School, 2:30 l'. M. Preaching 11
A. m. and TsSlO l. m. Bible class in
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hull, G:ao v. m.
Bethel Union Conhueuation.
Bev. E. C. Oftscl, pastor. Services at
the Lyceum, Xiuiann avenue, it 11 A.
M. mid 7 :'.I0 r. m. At the mornhig er
v'ii'c, the subject of the sermon will be
"The Eleventh Comiuuiiilir-ent." At
the evening service, the subject will
be "SuiUten with Leprosy." Sunday
school at 0:45 A. M. A Bible clas has
bed oiganiml, and will lie conducted
by Mrs S. K. B!hop. All mo Invited
to these sen Ices.
St. Andiii'.w's Cathediial. Fhst
Cougrcgatloii. Services conducted by
the Bishop of Honolulu. Holy Coni
mu.ilon, 0:!J0 A. m. Morning prayer
il !) a. M. Holy Communion wll'i ser
mon at 0::!0 A. M. Sunday school at
10:45 a. M. Hawaiian evenong at
UiIlO; English exetisoug with cate
eliciical auuYcss by J'-. Herbert A.
Gowuti, at G 1-. m. All seats me free.
Second Congiegatlon. Bev. George
Wallace, A. M.. pastor elect. Morn
ing piaycr with sermon at 11:15
A. m. Evening prayer wltti ser
mon, 7:30 1. m. Sunday school meets
at 10 A. m. in the Puliation Preparatorv
School building. Seats free at ail
Fout-sthi:i:t Chuuch. Bev. J. A,
Cruzau, pastor. Meeting for Hiblo
study at 0:45 a. m. Sci vices at il a. m,
and 7:150 v. m. At the evening seivleo
following will be the progainuie :
1. Voh'iitu , piano and orpin, "Xoc
2. Doxology and iuvoeiuton.
3. Sentence, '"Oh, Lord, how iniiiil
4. Old Tci-tameut lesson.
i. Hymn, "Hai.Mi"" Mason
0. "ew Tetainout lesson.
7. Anthem, "Ye slui ' dwell in tho
0. Response, sopiano solo, with violin,
piano and cigan accompanl.Dciit,
"Father, Almighty".... Faure
11. Hymn, "Magi"" Perkins
12. Ton-minute addiess. ...J. A. Cruzan
13. Quartciic, ladles' voices, organ,
violin aud piano accompaniment,
"The Lord is my Shepherd"
14. Hymn, "Beuevonto" Webbe
Should Bev. Thomas L. Gullck ar
rive by the steamer he will supply the
pulpit at the morning service; other
wise, the pastor will pi each.
rpHE now supply of Books, Diaries,
JL S.ationery, Novelties, Xmas Cards,
Toys, anil Fancy Goods received by T.
G. TnnuM per Zealundiu, will make
Santa Claus' Headquarters the attractive
spot of the cty for old and young, as
iib'ual 89 lw
MCCARTHY'S "Duels." aro flue.
PELEPHONE for Ico Cieaml
L Minimi Co. 3J8; Bell Co. 182. 85
DELICIOUS Fruit Ices and Slier
lietsat ilits Er.ni:. 7J
AN DIES! Imported, flnnd
sued, you'll llnu at the Elite. 85
ICE CREAM f tho Piirooi and Rich
est quality fiom one quart to any
quantity upwards are dclhertd packed
in Ice, f i o.ii 11 o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
i' m., free of charge to any part in Hono
lulu and suburbs by the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Bakery.
HRISTMAS nd New Year Curds,
an lieu nuti oi mo very latest uc-
signs, having been carefully M'ltctid by
oui Mr. T. J, King, who lias just re
turned from the Cmiki. Call early at
lting lias.' Art Store. 50
CAKES I Fancy, plain and orna
mental of every (Uscrlptinn always
on baud at the Kliti:, on Hotel St. 8!)
DID you ever!1 No, I never tasted
belter Ice Cream than at the Elitr 1
Their Ion Cream is really delicious, aud
btch a nice cozy placo thoy have I fcl.r
Dit. Flint's Heaht Remedy is a
Specific for all foi ins of Heart Dis
caso and ulbo for Diseases of Kidneys
and Ciiculation, Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. !J51
Will be open every altainoon nml even.
hit: ftH follows:
Bloudny, Tuemlay, IVtMlnemlny ami
Toliu piiblio In general.
For ladles and gentlemen.
For ladles, gentlemen and'ihllilreu.
. Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
"WILLUM WALL, Manager,
iftmmiw i nurotn;nifn
m.iMJLi'-l,' j&,vtrmT '") imm$ii&li'Mkiim($1i$iib6 ifjmMiVimriiift ii ii"ii StimtiMUAliilMttliiiiiXUK
63 and 65
Per Steamer Zealandia5 ji largo assortment of
AVl';ch will be sold at MANUFACTURERS' COST.
Sf We call special attention
Gloves, Mitts, 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 most lo closed out by
January 1st, 1887,
And the Greatest Bargains ever offered at tlio
Temple of Fashion.
S. COIiN & CO.,
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, - - - Opposite Irwin & Co's
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE
tiiiii-niiiilc Glolii, Gents1 FiMsiii Goods
IIA.TS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and "Novelties in Neclcivare.
Also, by repeated and special request, a Rinnll invoice of the flncEt lmiul-made,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtiiiniible In tlio
And Upliul tercr,
No. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Valking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
racUcts, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c.'
made ot tho latest designs.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 and CO Hotel street,
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. O. Box 130, Hell Tolepbono No.
310 Mutual Telephone No. 194.
The White House,
No. 118 iSiunni Hv"t,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Terms Urason.
able; First-class Aicoiiimotiaiioiih.
M. W.8ANDBHS, Proprietor.
STEAM CAM FACTORY
F. IIOllN, Practical Confectioner,
Piutry Cook and llulter.
71 Hotel St. IsittSr Telephone 74
WENNER & CO.
jvo. o iron's? HU'itisiirr.
Constantly on hand a birjie assortment
of every description of Juwelry, Watches,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware, &c.
A Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
Fifty CuntMi Mouth,
28 1 11AMKL LOUAN, Propiletor. ly
to our stock of Ladies' Silk
FINEST LINES OF
Inter-Mai S. I Co.,
The Best Route
to tho World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and ttuuneh
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu al 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, November 17th.
The steamer pastes along the entire
coast of the leeward tide of Hawaii, af.
fording touribls a panorama of charm,
ing scenery, and will slop at Ktulnke.
kuu Bay, where suftlcitut time is allow,
id to visit the Monumcul of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punaluu
at r o'clock on tho day after leuing
Honolulu, being only one uight on the
vessel, (making tho entire passage In
smooth water. At Punaluu there is tue
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will be conveyed
by railroad to Puhalu. thence by stage
couch to llulf.way Houto, where liortes
and unities will be in uttcudunce to con.
vey them to tho Volrauo.
Touribts will have two nlghtrund ono
whoiu day at thojVolcano House.
Tickets for the roundltrip, $60, which
includes all expcntei.
Apply to HAI1HY AUM1TAGE,
Agent, alWillianiB' Photograph Galliry,
Fort strict, or ut the ofllco of the 1. 1 B.
N. Co., Esplanade. 370 Cm
Office 42 Merchant St, Honolulu.
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
11111m nml ItenlH Collected,
Heal Kbtuto UouglU aud Mold,
All matters entrusted to me will receive
piompt attention, and returns
New Photograph Rooms.
OVKU NlcholV (tore, Fort strict,
nexi iliu Shooting Uallery, Pie.
lures, Poitruith uud vlewn. First outs
wiili, Satisfaction guaranteed.
23 ly J.X..aONBALVE8.
MM & CO.,
The Leading Gems'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
And a choice assortment of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Jutt received rx "Zealaudla," at
J. T. Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE.
Having recutcd the Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we are prepared to execute all
House ox Sigfix
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
FOREIGN BIRDS, SHELLS
And Sundry Curiosities
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just received n few more
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Whole Barley, , -
Oil Cake Heal,
Order left at Ofllce, with N. F. Bur
gess, M King Street, will bo promptly
attended to. COly
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for rale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split
llran, O its,
Orders arc hen by solicited and will
hedclivcnd at uuy local! ly within tho
No. G KINO WTREE-J?.
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Corporat io Stocks
Haw'nCarrnigoMniif'gCn., g 00 100
E.O. Hull & Son, (utwsuo) 100 100
Bell Telephone, 3!) 10
O. Brewer & Co., 101 100
Woodlawn Dairy, 00 100
Wailukii Sugur Co., 07 100
Waimanalo, 156 100
Star Mill, ($425 600
KtclpocltyBugarCo., F0 100
Ice Company, Q 87 100
Intcr.Island S. N. Co., Q106
L. A.-TnUR8TON, Stock Biok'ei
3K Mernlmnt Street 6l ly
COTTAGE TO LET. .
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