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MONDAY, NOV. 20. 188G.
Stmr Surpilsc fiom Kuan
llktno Werstlci Newcntlu, N S W
Stmr Kimiu from Jliiul mid Hawaii
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Sehr Molwnbliio fiom llnmakua
Sebr Kuhuntiuu fiom Puna
Scbr Catcrlmi fiom llaualcl
Sebr JIllc Mortis from Moloknl
Sebr ICnttlllua from Kiuiai
Sehr Kmimi from lCnitnl
Selir Mary K Foster feoin Kminl
Kellriltiuiiokawulironi Koolatt, Oabtt
Sebr Josephine from Kwa
Sebr Sarab ami Klln, from Koolau,
Scbr Kbttkal from Walalua, Oabtt
fcchrltob Hoy. from Koolau, Oabtt
Sebr KatttkcaotiU from Kobabi
S S Marlnoa from San Frnuelsco, cn-
tonto for tbu Colonies
Scbr.l 0 Ford from San Francisco
Stmr Llkcllke for Kabttlui
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknt
Scbr Maim for lloubmu
Stmr Surprise for Ktiatt at i p m
Sebr Kbttkal for Walabta ate p m
Sebr Jlantiokawul for Koolau
Stmr .las Mukce for Kapan at 5 p m
Stmr Walnlcalo for Ilainakna at !1 p in
S S Mariposa for tbo ( olonles at " u lit
Stmr Klnnu for Windward Ports at 4
Stmr Iwalaul for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Wiihumc., Wninlua,
Kllaueu and Ilaualel, at 1U a m
Scbr Kaulkcaoult for Kobala
Sehr Moiwahino for Ilainakna
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kiuau 1,000 bags sugar, 3 horses,
CO bides, and 100 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Bishop 1.511 bags of paddy.
Stmr Llkcllke 2,018 bags o sugar.
Sehr Emilia 110 bags rice.
Stmr Iwalani 25 bead cattle, 110 bags
rice 101 baus pia, and 51 bides.
Schooner Mile Morris 110 bags rice.
Sebr Kulanianu !1G cords llrewood.
Sehr Kauikeaouli 2,200 bags sugar.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Nov.
28th Q X Wilcox, W E Howell, Cap
tain J Cameron, W Blaisdell, (5 W
Spitz, Walter Dole, Herbert Dole, Miss
Marian Dole, Mrs II Bieincnsehueidcr,
W It Lawrence and a children, aud 07
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr Ki
uau. Nov. 28th W II Hovner, Mrs B II
Seboltz, rani Neumann, Mrs II J Wal
ker and 2 children, Hev E S Timoteo, J
Maguire and wife, Geo Boss, Kikoo,
Bcv W II Barnes, A Barber, Alt Sing,
and 107 deck.
From San Francisco, per OSS Mari
posa, Nov. 29th Captain Melntyrc aud
daughter, S Selig. E D Tenney, W M
Cunningham & wife, Mrs M S Bice, J
Lidyate, Bev II Isenberg & wife, Miss
M ijimps-on, and 04 steerage.
In Transit Auckland, 12 cabin, 12
steerage. 100 tons cargo. Sydney, CO
cabin, 32 steerage, 720 tons cargo.
The American schooner J. B. Leeds
was towed to sea by the steamer Like
like, from the port of Kahultti, Maul,
in ballast for San Francisco, We'dnes
day, November 21th.
The American schooner Bosario,
Captain Christiansen, sailed from Ka
hului, Maui, November 20tb, in ballast
ior San Francisco.
The American schooner Ida Sebnauer,
Captain Kobertson, arrived at Kaliulul,
Maui, November 2:ird, 14 days from
San Francisco, with a full cargo of
The bark E. J. Spence went to sea
early yesterday morning. She bad
aboard 140 Chinese passengers for
Hongkong. On reaching her destina
tion she will go Into dock, and after
being cleaned will probably return to
this port. The Spence is expected to
make a long passage, because of the
foul condition of her bottom.
The bark Iron Crag sailed Saturday
for San Francisco, with 10,5S7 bags of
sugar and 1711 bunches bananas. Value
The Edward Kidder sailed to-day for
Hougkong, taking from this port 42
The Bktne Wrestler, Captain Scbauer,
arrived yesterday, 38 days from New
castle N." S. W., with 705 tons of coal to
Tho O. S. S. Mariposa, Captain II. M.
Ilay ward, left San Francisco Nov. 22d,
11.22 l. m.,' liaviug being detained 50
hours awaiting tho an Ivul of tho Eng
lish mall. Have experience moderate
weather with variable winds until the
evening of the 27th lust, thence to port
strong winds from south to west with
very heavy confused sea. Running
time, 0 days, 13 hours, and 28 minutes.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Ger bark Pacillc, Oltman
Urlt UK W u Watson, inwreucu
Bktne Kllkltat, Cutler
Bktne G C Perkins, Aekerinan
Bktno Mary Winkclman, Backers
Haw bchr General Selgel, from French
Frigate Shoals, duo Nov 20-30.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
German bark Hcicules, Sehuefer,
sailed from Liverpool, October 0th, duo
Am bktne Amelia, Win Newhall, from
from Port Towusend, W T, due Novem
Haw brig Hazard, W G Goodman,
from San Fianclsco, duo at Hllo, Ha
waii, November 24-30.
Haw bark Star of Devon, A Lovell,
from Fanning' Island, duo December
Haw schooner Malolo, J B Holland,
from Maniblkl, via running's Island,
duo December 15-31.
American bark Suranae, from New
York, sailedJuly 13th, duo hero Nov. 18
110, to Castle & Cooke.
Am bk Maitha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from lloston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Gleiigaber, Rolleston, from
Liverpool, due bete, Jun 15-31, to
Davies & Co.
Brit bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 0, duo lero Jun 15-30,
to Scbaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Murston,
from tbo Coloules, due here In Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bktnu S N Castle, Hubbaid, from
Port Blakuly, duo here Deo 15th, to
Castlu & Cooke.
Am bk J II Bowers, now duo fiom
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
FnuiT and vegetables nt Lewis &
Loiinn lo Progrcs meets to-night
nt the usual hour.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Hand played
at the Palace this morning.
Mit. Nolle lcceivodliy tboMiuiposa
this afternoon fresh oystcis.
Tin: S. S. Mariposa sails for the
Colonies to-morrow motning, at 7
Sr.Vi:itAi. boys, while fooling, at Hie
Elite, last evening, broke a largo
The S. S. Mnriposa enleietl tlio
harbor shortly ntter 1 o'clock this
To-Jioititow being St. Andrew's
day, religious service will bo hold in
St. Andrew's Church, at 0:30 A. at.
Mounts and MeOleery will play
another Milliard inatoli this evening,
at the Commercial billiard room.
Tine Hawaiian Rille Association
will hold their senii-annual target
shooting contest on Now Year's day.
Work was lesttnied on tho new
Anglican Church to-day, and it is
expected that the building will be
ready for occupancy by Christinas.
Messrs. Obas. and Chan. Wilder,
instead of turning out with the
Rifles, Saturday, wont plover shoot
ing to Quarantine Grounds, and shot
Hart's Elite ico cream saloon and
King Brothers' picture gallery, on
Hotel street, were prettily illumi
nated with colored lanterns, last
A private letter from Koolau, this
island, reports five days' continuous
down-pour of rain, without a break.
It is estimated that one-thiid of the
rico crop has been destroyed.
Tub Reformatory School boys now
turn out on Sundays and other holi
day occasions dressed in sailor suits
white pants and blue serge shirts
which become them well.
After to-night Mr. Berger, Band
master, and his boys, will have a
week's rest, and they certainly de
serve it after the hard work of the
past two weeks.
One of tho through passengers by
the Mariposa, to-day, was Mr. James
McLean, of Ballarat College, Austra
lia. Mr. McLean is on his return
from a tour of Palestine, Egypt,
Europe and America.
A Chinaman attempted to evade
his pecuniary liabilities by escaping
from the country in tho bark E. J.
Spence. When detected and com
pelled to return to the shore, he en
deavored to got even with his creditor
by thrashing him.
A ship's carpenter was going
aboard of his ship unevenly bal
lasted, on Saturday, and when on
the gang plank capsized. He was
hauled on to the ship and again
righted, as wet externally as inter
nally. . m .
Punchbowl street, in the imme
diate neighborhood of the Queen's
Hospital, is in a sad plight. Tons of
earth have been washed away, leav
ing open gulches across tho road,
that are dangerous to man and beast.
It ought to be looked to at once.
Mr. E. R. Miles' trotter hitched to
a gig, became f lightened while stand
ing in front of the Custom House,
this morning, and failing to break
tho halter with which lie was tied,
was strangling himself when Mr.
Miles arrived to tho rehcue.
Tin: match game of billiards, nt
tho Hawaiian Hotel, Saturday night,
between Lou Morris and J. F. B.
McCleery, COO points, was won by
Morris. When tho winner had
readied tbo specified number; his
opponent had been credited with
Mr. Torrill has arranged a shooting
match witli Mr. Win. Unger, 20
rounds at 200 yards, and 20 more at
.100 yards, Unger giving Torrill odds
of 15 points, Unger and Higgins
are willing to shoot, but the former
for the sport of it, while Higgins
wants n purse; so a mutch has not
yet been arranged.
Mr. E. F. Bishop acted umpire and
G. Wodehouso, 6corer, at tbo baseball
match, on Fiiday afternoon. Tho
prize of $7f for tho Imsoball match
was divided between the players, as
tbo match resulted in a tie. Tho
additions, with typographical conce
tions will be made in our foreign mail
Two old salts accidentally met in
Honolulu one day last week, and re
newed a former acquaintance, after
a boparation of a good purt of twenty
years. One is now master of the
bark W. H. Watson, and tho other
tho gonial niunnger of Mr. Sopor's
news and stationery business.
IlAttKY Byng has lately ollVcted a
removal and an addition. Tho re
moval is to tho corner of King and
Richard streets, facing PnlaeoSqimio;
mid the addition consists of a neat
littlo soda and cigar stand, combined
with tho hair-diesting and shaving
saloon. Harry' is evidently rising in
Sea captains and blacksmiths, to
tho number of four, quarreled on
Punchbowl street, near tho Bird
Cage, yesterday afternoon. They
mauled each other unmercifully, ono
receiving ugly cuts below the right
eye. The police appeared and nr
icstcd one of tho belligerents, tho
Two mon of uuequnl tho, arrayed
in military garb, near tho armory,
last Saturday evening, ended a
heated discussion by a littlo vigoiotis
pugilistic exercise. The smaller man
struck tho first blow and tho linger
tho last. After a round or two the
ngglvssor became itnpiessed with the
belief that to run is better than to
fight; and run ho did.
A TALL OF POLES.
About 8 o'clock this morning, the
telephone poles belonging to
to tho Bell Company, on Here
tunia street, fiom Alapni street to
Thomas Sqtinrc, fell across the road
with a crash. First one polo fell,
dragging another after it, the second
dragging a third, and so on, until
they were all down for tho distance
specified. A privnto carriage, with
a fnmily in it, and several public
expresses, were in the neighborhood
at the time, but fortunately beyond
the range of the falling poles and
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WHAT THE LUS0 SAYS.
O Jjimo mcaiitwo lias this week
a good article on eleetrio light and
the results lately obtained in Europe,
quoting the example of Gerona in
Spain nnd Madeira, where about the
same number of lights as wo have
here, cost the city only about S2 a
night, whilst gasoline here cost us
at present $1.5 or $1G a night. The
Ziiiso calls attention to the lato elec
tions in America, in which Portu
guese people living in the States,
have taken nn active interest, and
the usual well selected foreign and
local news make up a lively number.
DEATH OF EX-PRESIDENT CHESTER A.
From the San Francisco Bulletin
wo regret to learn of the sad death
of the late President of the United
Stales. His death is referred to by
the press of the. States in highly
eulogistic terms. President Cleve
land's proclamation refers to the high
reputation of the deceased, his
"personal worth, conspicuous of
graciousness and patriotic fidelity."
Preparations for his funeral are
being made on a grand scale and
will be attended by several distin
guished members of the Senate.
The next number of the Daily
Bulletin bi-monthly Summary will
be issued on Tuesday next. A sam
ple number was sent, gratis, to each
subscriber, to the Daily on tho loth
hist. The summary will be printed,
distinct from the Daily, at first and
middle of each month, and will con
tain the leading articles and all news
matter likely to be of interest 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 their
friends in other lands. Next issue
will contain the Thanksgiving Day
sermons of Revds. Geo. Wallace, at
St. Andrew's Cathedral, and of Rev.
S. E. Bishop, at Fort Street Church,
as printed in our daily issues of
Thursday last and to-day.
Ten cents per copy, Two Dollars,
per annum. Mailed, post paid, to
any foreign address, at 2.50 per
annum, in advance.
A riot on a small scale took place
this week at Polulu. On Wednes
day night last constable I. K. Kaobi,
armed with a warrant and accom
panied by constable Nakanclun and
two other ofllcers, whose names
I omit, (but advise the Marshal to
find out and expel from the force)
proceeded to the rice plantation of
Messrs. Akina and Aseu, at Polulu
gulch, to arrest opium smokers. No
sooner had the object of their visit'
been announced than they were sur
rounded by over thirty Chinamen,
with hoes and other weapons. The
two unnamed ofllcers took to their
heels, and, of course, will live to
fight in that fashion "another day."
But not so Kaohi, who is cool,
plucky, and muscular, and on trying
to do his duty, with the aid only of
bis brother constable Nakanclua,
fought the whole armed mob sooner
than beat a cowardly retreat. Tho
result was that Nakanelua had his
right arm broken near the shoulder,
and is lying in a critical stale at
Polulu, while Kaohi managed to get
back the samo night to his home at
Nitilii mercilessly beaten with hoes,
one wound in his skull being enough
to kill a weaker man, and now lies
in a critical state.
On the following morning, the
Deputy Sheriff Pulaa, went with the
whole available police force to tho
sceno of disorder, and made six
arrests the same day (Thursday).
He is still there, (Saturday) with'his
force, and has with him two repeat
ing rilles and a supply of ammunition.
Pulaa may bo relied upon to act
intelligently and fearlessly, and the
public await further developments.
Ono thing is assured, that the owners
of the plantation will not give "aid
or comfort" to the law breakers.
I wrote recently of the largo band
of frecbootiug distillers on the
mountains. That they have grown
up under and during the rule of the
last Sheriff of Hawaii, is a fact which
cannot be denied, and that ho never
made an effort lo cope with them is
equally truu. and until they aro
dislodged and completely routed there
is a constant danger to the security
of the district.
Of tho several burglaries hero of
late the Post Office store, Ken
ncrsly Bros., and others tbo police
know nothing. It is apparently none
of their business to mind such
Tho Mormon uilialonnrlea lmvo
been both numerous and netlvo In
this district for somo time past, nnd
nro reported to lmvo a considerable
following. The average Mormon
missionary hero is a happy looking
fellow, witli a black coat aud denim
pants, young and sleek. The youth
ful Elders on the slightest provoca
tion present you with a card with
tho Utah nrticlcs of faith printed
thereon minus, of course, that re
lating to polygamy, which they
hasten to assure you is no part of
Monnonisin. Judging from appear
ances, I think they will shortly con
vert the whole of the remaining
natives. The average attendance at
tbo large old church of Dr. Bond,
on the Sunday, does not exceed
A row of a rather serious nature
occurcd at Paauilo, on last Wednes
day morning, with some of the
Japanese laborers and a lima named
McLellan. It appears that he went
into their quarters to turn them out
in the morning, when they attached
him and beat him pretty badly,
breaking ono of his arms, and cut
ting m buveral places severely. Some
live or six of the Japs arc in jail,
awaiting trial. Tho Japanese inter
preter is rather reticent on the sub
ject till after the trial.
Nov. 25, 188G.
One of the boys of Ililo Boarding
School was drowned on Tuesday last
by falling into the bath tVil). He
was a small boy and could not swim.
His parents live at Ilonoliinti.
The King's birthday was cele
brated at Ililo by two prayer meet
ings, one in the morning and one in
the evening. It was purely a native
idea, agreed to by men of both
Nov. 25, 188G.
There has been an unusual amount
of rain in the past week, upon tho
entire Island. At Koloa there has
been a steady downpour, day after
day. At Lilute, Hanamaulu and
Kapaa, it was not quite as bad, for
there was an occasional pause in the
fur3' of the storm. Small ponds and
rivers were formed in the fields and
on the roads, and tho road between
Ilnnnniiiulu and Lihtie was almost
impassable at one time. In some
places the mud was more than a foot
in depth, while the water ran over
the surface like a river. Tho storm
reached its height on Monday after
noon. The tain fell in torrents for
more than three hours, and it seemed
as though the clouds could not hold
much more water to send down, and
yet it poured! poured! poured!
.Towards evening the rain ceased,
and the lust of the storm passed
away on Tuesday. Several acres of
land were flooded along the upper
part of the stream that feeds
the sugar mill of the Lihue
plantation; and fish, boards, tin
cans, rubbish of all descriptions,
and enormous qualities of taro
floated into the mill pond. Swarms
of Portuguese crowded the banks
along the mill pond all day on Tues
day, gathering the taro that had
been washed down.
A sad accident occurred while the
storm was at its height. Marie
Kammeiger, a j'oung German girl,
about 1G years of age, who lived
near the upper stream, saw a quan
tity of wood resting against a wooden
plank that crossed the stream, at the
back of her house. She stepped on
the plank in Older to gather it, re
gardless of the fact that the water
was rushing madly on. Just as she
was about to lift the wood, the frail
bridge was torn from its fastenings,
nnd instantly tho girl was swept tin-
der the water, and borne beyond the
reach of assistance, although her
mother nnd two or three others wit
nessed the catastrophe. It would
have been madness for them to have
attempted her rescue. For two days
the plantation hands were seeking
her remains, but it was a vain effort.
The mill dam had been previously
opened to prevent an accident there,
and the supposition is rife that the
body was carried out to sea. Up to
Saturday at noon, the body had not
yet been found, though the father of
the girl and one or two others have
been digging all the week. Much
of the laud that had been swept
down by the force of the water, set
tled in tho lower part of the stream,
which is quite wide, and formed
small, yet distinct islands.
It is rumored that Mr. Dart will
soon leave Hanamaulu for Oakland,
there to resume his studies.
There was a happy family re
union, and a grand Thanksgiving
dinner at the Rowell Homestead in
Waimea. Mr. Rowell, Mrs. Kiemen
schueider, and the children of Mrs.
Dole, who are ut Puliation, came
from Honolulu on Wednesday, aud
on tho afternoon of the same day,
started for Waimea, in company
witli Mr. aud Mrs. Dole and the re
mainder of the family. They were
much fatigued by their lengthy rido
of .'35 miles, for the roads were in a
terrible state, but nevertheless, they
i cached their destination in good
season and in good spirits.
The wedding festivities of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Macfio were duly
celebrated at their lovely homo
in Kilauea on Wednesday evening.
Numerous guests were present, and
music, dancing and excellent re
freshments were tho order of tho
evening. Tho young couple receiyod
numerous and useful presents,
THE new supply of Dooks, Diaries,
Sintloncry, Kovcltlcp, Xmns Cards
Toys, nnd Fancy Goods lecelved by T.
O. TimuM per Zcnhuidln, will make
Santa Clans' Headquarters the iittrncthc
spot of the e ty for old and yming, as
usual 89 lw
SMOKE McCatThy'a "Triplets "
5.00 ONLY' Is the price ehnrged
t(p for 1 wo Uallmis of nny Havered
rich and always fresh innilc Steam Ire
Crcnni, guuiaiiteeil u be absolutely pure
or no pjy nt the Pioneer Steuin Candy
Factory, Hnkeiy and Ice ('ream Rooms.
Practical Confectioner and Orna.
meiitcr, Hotel St., Bet. Fort fc Ntiunnu
H. Unuallnu and Bell Teleiiliones,
No. 74. 40 tf
TELEPHONE for Ico Cream I
Mutual Co. 338; Bell Co. 182. 83
DELICIOUS Fruit Ices nnd Slier,
oetsiil ihoF.t.in:. 7tf
ANDIES1 Imported, line nnd
sweet, you'll Had at the Eute. 83
ICE CREAM of tho I'urest and Rich
eat quality fiom one quart to any
quantity iqiw.mls are delhcrcd packed
In Ice, from II o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
p M., free of clinrue to any purl In Hono
lulu nnd t-iiburb by tho Pioneer Slenm
Candy Factory and HiUeiy.
CHRISTMAS and" New Year Cards,
nil new and of the veiy. latest de
signs, having been carefully Mjketid by
our Mr. T. J. King, who has ju-l ie.
turned from the Const. Cull mrlv nt
King Bros Art Store. SO
CAKES! Fancy, plain nnd oina
nantiil of every description nlwnys
on hnnd at the Klite, on Hotel St. 85
DID you ever? No, I never tasted
boner IceCri'iim than at Ihu KlitkI
Their Icu Cream Is really delicious, and
sticti a nice cozy place they have! 85
Da. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidnoys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith t
Co., Agents. 354
Patronize Home.Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tbo Crystal Soda
Works, where he is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and piomptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
bell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
Let me have a mild
c I GA F&
rptlE ABOVE REQUEST IS HEARD
X dully in cigar stores, suloons and
oilier places whore cigars are sold, for
it is an undisputed fact that most smokers
prefer a mild cigar and that those who
have for n long time smoked strong
cignrs, principally imported Manilas,
will, nfter having thoroughly injured
the bloniuch and impaired the nervous
system, surely want a mild cigar, If ihey
could find the right kind.
How uuiuy thousands of smokers who
8ufier from loss of appetite, headache,
nenous irritability, imhmu, etc., and
who hne tried ml pus-ililo remedies
without success, might he cured If they
knew thai Iheir sufferings were caused
by ihe inumpcratc u ut siioag cigars,
aud that they shonM only Miioke mild
and properly prepaied one
It is a fact that nil mild clems agree
well with frmokcis, for in most cases
there U n hick of care in the selection of
the to bitcco, nnd often the necessary ex
perience for it is wanting, yet there is
one brand which suits the moil fastidious
biuoker, and that U
"Sampler" toll! Cigar
Which is made from mild, aroinalic nnd
parlicularly felerted and prepared to
bacco, and combine nil the qualities
which muy bo oxpecUd from a health
cigur. Ii causes no bid effect of any
kind, is agreeable to the tn-tc, burns
evenly to ihe end nnd possess a fine
nromu. No smoker should fall to give
Engelbrecht's "Sampler" Cigar
A fair trial, and benefit himself at tho
For sale Everywhere.
Honolulu, Nov. 29, lS'O.
Mn, II. S. Hart, of iho Elito Ice Cicam
Kind Sit: I'ltaso accept our thnnks
for your kind donation of Ico C'rei m for
our siclt. Respectfully,
I'B It Bistku Mahianm;.
Will be open every nlternoon and even.
lug lib ful.ows:
Monday, TiienilAy, IVedncHitny nU
Tolii! politic In general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
Tor ludles, gentlemen and" hlldren.
J.cstous In Fancy Skating.
Friday uud Saturday Evenings.
63 and 65
A New Announcement will
Look Out for it
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
GostOMirS Gloii, Gents Foriisiii Ms,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repented and special request, a small invoice of the finest hand-made,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable in the
Mo. (13... Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtuiu Poles, &c.'
madu ot the lutest designs.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 ntul 00 Hotel street,
Fresh Oroceries nnd Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. O. Box 180, Hell Telephone No.
310 Mutual Telephone No. 194.
The White House,
Wo. 118 Nmiami Htrcot,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Iloiel; Terms llcason.
able; First-class Accommodations.
M. W. SANDERS, Proprietor.
STEAI CANDY FACTORY
F. IIOHN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook nnd linker.
71 Hotel St. "ttsr Telephone 74
WEMER & CO.
no. oa iroitT htiiiset.
Constantly on hand n lurco assortment
of every dcserlptionof Jewelry, Watches.
Gold and Silver Plated Ware, &o.
A Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Month.
Si DANIEL LOUAN, Proprietor, ly
Opposite Irwin & Co'b
Mer-IsM S. I Co.,
Tlie Bemt Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new ard staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
LckVOi Honolulu at 10 o'clock xm. on
TUESDAY, November 17th.
The Jbtenmer j as-oi along the cntir
const of the leeuiiril side of Haw It, af.
fording tourists a i.unornma of chaim.
ing scenery, and will slop at Keulakc
kua Bay, uhoro Biitticlent time is allow,
cd to visit the Monument of Cantulu
Tourists by this route reach Punalun
at 5 o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being ouly one night on the
vessel, (muklng the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there Is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will be conveyed
by railroad to Pahaln, thence by Btugo
conch to Half.wuy House, where horses
and guides will be in attendance to con.
vey them to the Volrano.
Tourists will have two nights!and ono
whole day at theVolcano House.
Tickets forlthe round'.trip, $50, which
includes all expenies.
Apply to HANKY ARMITAGE,
A Cent. UlltVillluillH' Plinlnarnnh Online
Fort stn ot, or at tho office of tho 1. 1. B.
N. Co., Eiplanude. 1170 0m
Office 42 Merchant St, Honolulu.
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
IIIIIh and Itenta Collected,
Ileal Kfttatn Bought aud Mold,
All matters entrusted lo me will receive
piompt attention, and returns
Now Photograph Rooiui. M
OVER Nlchol'8 More, Fort street,
next the Shooting Gallery, Pic.
lures, Portraits and views. Fhst class
work. Btttlsfnctlou guaranteed.