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SATURDAY, FEB. 5, 1887.
St nr Kllaneu Hon from Hain.ikuii
Brit bark Zolla, McKay, 77 tliv from
Stinr Kliiau from Hawaii and Maul
Stinr ,MI:cllko fiom Kalmliil
Stun- UnkollI Iroin Molokai
Stun- Wnlalealc fiom llainnktia
fctmr C It llishnp from Kuunl
Strar Jas Makee for Knunt
Sclir Wnlmalu for Kuan
Sclir Kawallanl for Koolau
Sclir Mary Foster for Lahalna
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Ship Meteury for Hongkong
llktno Planter fur San Finuei'.co
Stinr Klnau for Iho Volcano and
port at 4 n in
Stinr Llkellkc for Kalmlul ami liana at
5 !. in
Stinr Mokolll for Molokai at 5 p in
Stinr Kilauea Hon for l'naiihau, Kohala-
lclo, Kukaluu ami Ookala at " p m
From Lava Flow uud by ports, per
steamer Kinau, Kehruaiy f Hon S
I'aiker, MIsh K. I'm ker, Miss Helen
Parker, Miss M. Low, Miss I. Low,
Tho. Gay, Miss M. Dowselt, Mits
Pili, Mniiiiol Iteis, L. A. Thurston, Dr.
MeQrew, Miss K. McOiew, Master
McGiow, G. West and wife, Geo.
Bruns, Jas. Love, F. Geit, Chus.
Crcighton, Miss May Saxton, A. L.
Shaw, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Orooko, Bobcrt
Griovo and wife, Mis Grioe, Rov. E.
C. Oggel, Geo. Kngelhaidt, Kdwaid
Mclnerny, A. Kraft, F. Lewis, Miss
S. E. Dickson, U. Widomann, lion.
A. F. Judd anil II children, G. II.
Twecdic, 3. B. Castle, J. M. Dowsctt,
E. A. Marshall, W. King, II. Dun
can J. Mclnerny, E. Weight, N. D.
White, Miss Enna Dudoit, Miss
Steward, Miss Moore, .fas. Steiner,
Miss L. Dickson, MNs Winter, Mrs.
C. A. Biown, Mrs. Staples, Mis. Win.
v Linliniun, Miss JMargaret Mclntyic,
Miss Katie Mclntyro, M. A. Gonsalves,
P. H. Kennedy, Dr. Cnrter, Miss E.
Putnam, Miss May Blackwell, Miss
Snow, J. W. Luning, A. E. W. Gibbs,
Jno. Wright, Major F. J. Hills, F.
McCarthy, II. Fiiedenbeig, Jas. T.
White, Wm. Lucas, A. Cheshohn,
D. M. McLcod, 11. Wick, C. Hall, II.
Lylo, J. M. Oat, C. Fraer, J. Gilliland,
E. II. Eldicdge, R. Sutherland, A.
Gartonberg, U. G. Wilson.Mis.Hoag,
J. S. McCamlles, Hany Lee, W. S.
Bartlett, F. Brauwick, Van Slyke,
A. M. Brown, Miss Minnie Brown,
A. Peterson, R. A. Macfie, C. J. Sher
wood, Geo. Maikham, Jas. Hunt, J.
Dower, Rov. S. E. Bishop. O. C.
Swain, Jr, Miss Amy Wodehouse,
Miss G. Wodehouse, Miss Mist, II. J.
Mossman, Major A. B. Hayley, II. B.
Say lor, Dr. Rodgers, Wray Taylor,
L. M. Mather, T. F. Dredge, Mrs.
Goo Kim, S. Ando, A. Kuhia, E. S.
Edison. W. F. Fiear, C. J. McCarthy,
W. F. Love, Capt. J. Lee, Samuel
Kalua, M. M. Kennedy, J. U. Kuwni
nui, II. B. Bockloy, P. J. Holmes, T.
Piinco and M deck.
From Knhiilul and by torU, per
steamer Llkellke, February ", Captain
King, G Irvine, Ainama, Goo Man, E II
Bailey, Capt Reynolds, O J Holme, XV
J Howie, wife and eliildien,C A Jiiowu,
Mr Johnstoue, Wong Leong, and 77
From Ilaniakua, jier steamer Walale-
ale, Febiuary oth Mr Ilei ring, and 17
From Kauai, per steamer C It Blsliop,
February C MisO J Holt and t child
ren, Mis .1 D Holt and I! cltlUhen, Mr
and Mrs A K Hapal and 3 children.
J CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Klnau 2,500 bags sugar, U5 hides,
70 pkgs siindiies.
Stmr Kilauea Hon 1,000 bags sugar,
i Stmr Llkellke 0,701 bags sugar.
Stmr Walaleale aJll) bags sugar, 70
green hides and 2 bullocks.
Stmr O It Bishop 2,730 bags, sugar, 08
j. bags paddy and 20 bags rice.
Bd Hopo, Pcnliallow
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Bk Drottnlug Sophia, Svensson
Bk CO Whltinure, Thompson
Bk Star of Devon, Holland
Bk Saranae, Shaw
Bkttio Plainer, Pcrrhnati
Bktno Discovery, Leo
The sailing of the ship Meicury has
been postponed until Monday.
The barkentlno Planter will bo com
pletely loaded this evening.
Tho Bihlsli baik Zolla, Captain John
McKay, anlvcd yesterduy 77 days fiom
Newcastle, N S V, with 1,300 tons of
coal to John T Watei house.
Am bktno S N Cas,tle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, duo here Deo lath) to
Am, bark Thnour, Bipwer, balled from
Boston, Deo 17, duo May J-20.
Am schr Ida Schnauer, Jtobcitson,
from Sau Francisco, duo January 17-20.
Am tent O O Pciklus, Aekeimau,
from San Francisco, duo January 20-31.
Amwhbaik Hunter, Geo AY Jcnks,
from the Lino Islands, duoMaicli 0-'.U.
Am baik Kllkltat, R D Cutler, fiom
Port Townsond, W T, duo Fobiuary
Brit baik Mai tlia, FIslier, fiom Glas
gow, sailed Sept 0, duo leio Jan 15-30,
to benaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due heie In Feb, tq
Brewer & Co.
Brltark Oleiigabcr, Bollestoii, from
Llveipool, due hero, Jan 15-31, to
Davics & Co.
Ger baik Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
Haw sclir General Selgel, fiom Ficneh
Filgatq Shoals, duo Nov 20-30.
IlawCbaik Tlio R Foster, F W Rugs,
f i out '4'letorla, U O, duo December
Xorh.uk P C Pateieeu,
pastil), N S W, iluo Febiuar;
German bark HeiCiiles, Ju
i. Jess. Sehaofor,
& Go. sailed fiom Glasgow, December
IN. duo April 3d
To thu oiedil of tho new Road
Supervisor, Mr. Ahipai,it is heio le
corded that work was lesumed on
Liliha strcot yestciday, and the lay
ing on of iv substantial coveting of
L0CA1 Si CENEHAL HEW3.
The Y. M. C. A. l'mito Sen ice will
be omitted to-morrow.
MrissnH. a. Cohn ifc Co. request tho
sending in of nllclainiH against, them
A Korit't: of Mr. Booth's lecture,
last evening, is uuuoi(lalely loft over
Itcv. A. II. Smith will picach at
tho Lycoum, to-morrow morning, in
place of Mr. Uggel.
An eligible tile for a dairy, up Nuu,
ami Valley, is oHeied for sale or lease
with immediate possession.
A iwWahd i8 offered for the return
of a pony, which has strayed, to its
owner, 122 Beretania street.
Want of space has compelled the
holding over of consideiablo intciest
ing local ami other island matter.
Di.ack nliiiwls and every desciip
tion of mourning outfits may be pio
cuicd at C. J. Fishel's Leading
Tin: usual tempeiance meeting,
this evening, in Yowler's yard, under
the auspices of tho temperance com
mittee of the Y. M. C. A.
Mu. Booth will address n mass
meeting of children and younz peo
plo in Fort Street Church Sunday
afternoon at 5 o'clock. All aro in
vited. .... . - . ..
In front of Williams' gallery, Fort
stiect, may bo seen a lOO.pound piece
of lava or aa, brought hero by the
Kiuau this moining, ftom the Liua
IIo.VUAi'O and fsaaloliu Alius aro
expecting a eiop of 5,000 this year,
notwithstanding the giowth of cano
having been somewhat retarded by
want of rain.
Kauhi, a sailor on the steamer
Kilauea IIou, had ono of his legs
broken by u bag of sugar fulling on
it at Ookala last Thuisday. The
fraetuiedlimb was le-set by Captain
Cameron and mate.
Tun excuiMonists who went by
tho Kinau, last week, wcro so greatly
pleased with tho whole trip that Mr.
las. Williams talks of having monthly
or quarterly excursions, during the
moon-light nights, around tho island
AN UNWELCOME TENANT.
An aged native woman who re
sides at Lcleo, was yesterday re
lieved of a worm 8jV inches long.
It was ejected fiom her mouth.
REPORTED RENEWAL OF ACTIVITY AT
THE LAVA FLOW.
A gentleman n.mied MoKenic,
who came from jMahukona by tho
Kinau, has stated to our informant
that lie was up on the Kohala range
of mountains on Thuisday night,
and that from that point there
could ho distinctly seen a stiong
glare in tho sky over tho site of the
recent ei option, and clouds of
smoke or steam also quite hiightly
illuminated. This display was by
no means as hiilliant as that seen
heforo the ei option subsided, but
was of the same character nnd to
all appearance in the same place.
A RARE SPECIMEN OF A LAVA JOKE.
Mr. Clnronco Maefarlane and a
few friends, after having ascended
some distance up the face of Mauna
Loa, thought of a "little game"
that they would play upon their
fellow passengers on their return to
the vessel. Claicnce is supposed to
have divested himself of his coat
and vest, his watch and chain being
attached to the latter. Whilst in
search of specimens, a jet of lava
was supposed to attach itself to
Clarence's watch chain, which, on
his return to the steamer, ho ex
hibited as a "rare spflBmen."
The fact is, tho specimen was ob
tained by inserting a stick in the
molten lava, and then applying it to
tho chain, where it cavoted off and
presented a unique appearance.
The joke was highly successful,
though somewhat expensive, as it
caused tho gold of which the chain
was composed, to melt and part
into two pieces. This breakage had
to ho accounted for, and so it was
said to he caused by trying to
sepauito the lava from tho chain.
Tho best part of tho joko comes in
by our moining neighbor publishing
the full paiticulars of this "rare
specimen" as a solid fact. This
wonderful specimen of Mauna Loa's
ejectment is on view in Soper's win
dow on Merchant sticet;.
Kohala has had a sensation In the
shapo of a huge sperm Whale, cast
aslioro at Puehueliu. Fiom appear
ances, it would seem that it had
been caught by a ship seen off the
coast in tho early pait of tho week,
as a harpoon witli a piece of i ope
attached was firmly imbedded in tho
monster. It probably hioke away In
lough weather, and was lather de
composed anil broken when first
seen on tho locks hero. However a
huge number went to sec it, and
most of the skeleton was seemed. .
We have had veiy wet weather
lately, and tho statu of tho loads
may be imagined. How it soothes
our feeling to load of tho pianks of
tho "minister of War and the Navy"
inadvertlsing for bids, involving tho
expenditure of u largo sum of very
hard cash, for an utterly unprofit
able and foolish cnterpiiso, when
Jiu roads of thu country are left to
t.iko caro of themselves, to tho de
triment of eveiy industry upon
which depends the welfare of the
TO THE LAVA. FLOW.
We went to Taffy's
House and Taffy
Report of tho BULLETIN" Special
Correspondent per Klnau
The excursionists for the lava flow
had a right hearty send-off from
Honolulu on Monday last. The
departure of one hundred and
thirty-two cabin passengers, includ
ing prominent persons In every walk
of life, to say nothing of the usual
motley collection of Hawaiians and
others on the main deck, sulllced to
attract a larger crowd and excite a
livelier interest than has been seen
on the wharf for many n day.
At ten minutes past four the lines
wcro cast-off and the steamer swung
out from her berth to a lively ac
companiment of alohas and waving
of handkerchiefs from the assembled
crowd of friends and sight-scers,
many of whom doubtless envied the
more fortunate ones on board, the
grand treat supposed to he In stoic
for them. It was a jolly crowd.
There ,is n certain indefinable hut
unmistakable air about a shipload of
people bound on an criand of sight
seeing and enjoyment, which is quite
different from that poivading the
ordinary collection of passengeis,
traveling for a variety of purposes,
and many of them on business and
other cares intent. This fino flavor
of freedom from caro and satisfac
tion with their surioundiugs was es
pecially noticeable among our fellow
passengers on this oicaion. And
surely there was good reason. The
lowering clouds and dripping rain
of the past week had given place to
the briuhtcst of skies and the
freshest of breezes. Add to this
the consciousness of having n good
ship under our feet and capable
olllcers in charge, a pleasant com
pany on hoard, and tho prospect of
llnding ourselves in a little more
than twenty-four hours in the pre
sence of ono of nature's grandest
displays, and there was abundant
justification for our complacency.
The enjoyment of the late comcis
seemed to be in no wise dampened
by the fact that they could seeuie
no berths, and would have to depend
for nearly a week upon some kind
of a shake down whet ever tliej
could git it. In short all went
merry as a dinner bell. The remark
about the "niairiago bell" having
become somewhat ancient and super
annuated, I ventuic to suggest the
above amendment. "
Skirting rapidly tho lee side of
Oahu, less than an hour brought us
from out the shelter of the land
and into the full sweep of the
winds and waves of the Molokai
channel. By this time a large
proportion of our company began to
painfully icalUe that they were
moital, and the crowd of cauditatcs
for supper rapidly diminished.
Nevertheless there were enough to
fill the table more than once, and
put out of sight a very considerable
amount of piovonder. lour coi
respondent, being it very tolerable
kind of sailor for a land-lublier,
come piomptly to the front and
after depositing the greater pait of
a cup of coffee up his slcevo and
meeting with a few minor mishaps
incident to "feeding on ship-board,
pioceedcd to put himself outside
of a respectable quantity of excel
lent clam chowder with appropriate
accompanyments. This feat happil)
accomplished, he next captured a
folding chair belonging to a friend
on board and established himself
snugly on the lee side of tho liur-
ncano deck, wnerc wrapped in tno
folds of a largo double blanket, he
watched tho beauty of the biinsct
and thcgradnal change from twilight
to moonlight, enjoyed the perfec
tion of tho tropical night, clinging
meanwhile tenaciously and success
fully to tho clam chowder and llx
iugs as aforesaid.
Befoio eight o'clock wo were well
under tho shelter of Molokai and
thence had smooth sailing. The
usual landings at Lahaina, Maalaea
and Makcna weic made piomptly on
tlmo and without noticeable inci
dent other than receiving at Maa
laea a leinforceinent of seven per
sons for our volcano party, includ
ing Father Bailey. About 3 a. m.
wo woro called upon to face the too-well-known
Hawaii channel, con
cerning which I havo nothing fur
ther to say at tho present time than
that it win fully up or rather up
and down to its reputation; and
that is saying considerable. By
tills time I had secured a mattress
on tho cabin lloor, where this portion
of tho time was passed in happy
oblivion until returning daylight
hiought a icalization of a ship dilli
gently engaged in acts of lofty
tumbling; of a lloor, including tliu
space under the tables, strown with
what one of Dickens' charactoiB
calls "iuwuii uariuit" while
from tlmo to tinio a pnssenger,
struggling and disheveled, cineiged
from his or her room, making des
perato attempts to navigato tho ca
bin under dilllcultlcs.
Wo soon inn into smooth water
again and about 7 o'clock dropped
anchor off Mahtikona. At; this
polut wo'woru so toitunato as to se
cure an unobstructed view of the
I tyrco great mouutiiiu peaks of Hit-
Malum Lou and
Iluaulal, the two
foi iner capped
with snow and glutei ing magtiiu
clently In the light of the rising sun.
Those who hao been so fortunate
to obtain this view under the favor
able conditions enjoyed by the pas
seujjeis on the Klnau, may congrat
ulate theinselu's on having witnes
sed one of tho most inagiilllccut
mountain panoramas in the world.
But the exigencies of the special
correspondents' mission leave hut
liltlu space for going.into raptures
over nature and her attractions.
Leaving Alahukomi a little after
10 a. m., a run of a little over an
hour brought us to Kawaihac, wheio
we remained until noon. The time
being limited, the passengers wcro
unable to visit the one object of
special interest in the neighborhood,
the remains of the great Ileiiiu or
temple built by Knmchauichn 1 in
honor of his war god, Kukailimokti,
bj name. To thosu who were un
able to examine this relic of the an
cient paganism, it may he a satis
faction to know that tho ugly mug
of the divinity himself can be seen
in tho museum nt Puliation College.
From the deck of tho steamer we
could distinctly see one or innro
streams of water couising down the
gullies in the hills back of tho land
ing, while long trails of light rub
bish consisting of diicd grass and
similar materials stretched here and
there on thu suifacu of the sea.
This circumstance is mentioned heie
on account of its xarity, Kawaihac
and all thu icgiou about being must
emphatically a "dry and thirsty
The sail down the Kona side of
Hawaii is a pleasure to be long re
membered. On this occasion every
thing combined to make the day one
of unalloyed pleasure. Tho sea,
blue as a sapphire, and just crinkled
by thu gentlest of breezes, the bright
sky and puiu air, the well-appointed
and swift sailing ship, thu genial
company on board, the shores of
Hawaii, now green and again
seamed with ancient lava Hows,
sloping upward fiom the sea to the
foi est line or lost in the low hang
ing clouds; all combined to maku it
tho very perfection of voyaging, a
bit of poetry let into the sober
fabric of every day life.
(7,'o be cuiitimttil.)
Roman Catholic Catiikoual.
HLjh mass at 10 A. M. Vesper-) at
Kau.vakai'im Ciiuncir. Rev. J.
U'ai.imau, pastor. Sunday school at
'J::i0a. m. Pleaching at 10-30 a. si.
Kawaiaiiao Cuuucii. Hcv. II. II.
P.uker, p.itor. Sunday ehool at 10
A. si. Pleaching at 11 A. M. Young
people's meeting at 7:30 l. si.
Y. M. O. A. Young Men's Rlble
Che-s in tho pallor at Dili, a. St., con
ducted by the Geuei al Secretary. Come
aud bihiLr a ulcml.
CiUNKSi: Ciiuncii. Fort street, near
coiner Iteietanla. 3Ir. To Teng Ue.
evangellt. ( hineso Sunday School,
!):'J0a. si. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:'M v. si. Pleaching 11
A. M. aud ":'.!() r. si. llllito class hi
Chinese Y. 31. 0. A. Hall, HillO v. si.
Pout-stui:et Ciiuuch. Rev. .T. A.
Crii7an, pa'tor. Meeting for Ullilo
study at !) : l." A. si. Sen lees at 1 1 A. m.
and'7:!IO v. si. In the evening, Mr. It.
T. Rooth, the temperance oiator, will
deliver an address, and a colk-cion
will be taken to defiay the exputixcs of
the tempeiance uiUVlou. All aic In
itcd. Ilr.Tiir.i. Union CokTuii:ation.
Rev. L. C. Oggel, pastor. Set vices at
the Lyceum, Xunaiiu avenue, at 11
a. si. The Rev. A. II. Smith w 111 punch.
St. Andukw'9 Catiii:irai.. Phst
Congregation. Holy Commuiilou, (1:30
A.st. Holy Communion with scimon
nt 0:80 a. si. Sunday school allOilu
a. si. Hawaiian ceusongat!l:no, Eng
lish eeiiR0iigwltli catechuleal adilres
by Mr. Gowen, at 0 1'. si. All seats aie
f i ee.
Second Congiegatlon. Rev. Geoigo
Wallace, A. M., pastor. Holy Coni
imuilon, with Hcrinon, at 11:15 a. m.
Eenlng piayer, witli t-cimoii, at .Mv.
si. Sunday school meets at 10 a. si.
Scat fieo arall sei vices.
VIEWS of the Lava Plow of If 87.
f 0111 Ncpitlvpa iiiiulo on the lerond
day of thu eruption, hh'iwlng" the tol.
iiniu of )au at Uio lonieo eratei.mnv
lie secii ai ili'i l'lioto.'r.i h Itooms of J
GOXSALN H3. 1U I Von bt. VI
WE HAVE J"-t reeuiuil per A us
irnlia aimw lot of Aitl's' Ma
teil 1, Cony Wir", Hia kut , Oabhiil
I'minn, Kit tie F am -, ito And wo
are better propnnd than ever to make
Oonilet'rt onl Pifturo V iuiioh, having
Iho InrgL-t and bu-t s lo-ieil stock oi
Mo'ildlii(,'c In ilu Klnt'dom. Kixu
linos.' AltT t-TOiu-.. ill
Dr. Flint's Hkaut Ilustunv is a
Specific, for all forma of llonit Dis
easo anil also for Diheases of Kidneys
and Ciroultiaon. Descriptivo book
with every bottle, Denton Smith &
Co., Asonts. 351
MR- JAS. WILLIAMS wlll.ru.
1 l OP(5 B1 pUhMllJl-, Bl 0 110 lieilll',
mllatpr.v t riHidonces or pacts ot
liuli cs, lvo all ilesluil I f .iini.tionn,
en-., Mind inlng ihu Wilder S H Co 'b
rm t o iho V "leiuio m il o h r points of
liiii-i(B,lo ifliiteinp'iitul tniiil-ts with
out ehaiee,as he Is a,ld ' by Iho sicnm.
Hhl) touija y, CO lw
Patiionizu Homo Inilustiy by buy
ing cigars of J. V. lllnj5loy, Uigur
Alanufacturer, at tho Ciystal Soda
Winks, whero ho is piopared to fill all
ordoia ntMho lowest i)0sib)e whole
salo prices, Island oiilorn solicited
nnd piomptly filled. Tho attention
of dcaleis is lespeetfully invited to
tho fact "no licence is loqtiiied" to
sell these oig.us. Do no, forget tho
nainoJ. YV. lIine.loy, i;or tho place
Crysttil Soda VpiU, Hotel stiyet.
- COly "
Furnished House To Let!
rpiIU Rr.SIDKXCE occupied by
J- Jam in A. Kijnm.dy, conur
Khi'tu and IVnsiicoln Sircits.
JAMES A. KKXKKDY,
88 Oir.ee of the Honolulu lr.ni W o k.
COTTAGE new occrpted by
;. Yv. Ticker, couialiiluc u
rnnu s. b ith room, pbiury, eninl i mom,
Me. 'I here aro also biulilie. cunaiie
hoiiicscrvaut's room, all in ?ocd oidi-r.
Apply to KtIl. HLNDIIY, nt Pacific
Hnrdware Utf."s Store, I urt tit. 40tf
TO ItE NT.
rpiin PltBMLSEd lately ocrupled by
JL Quci-ii Emma, sltm tu on the Miutli
corner ufNiiiiaiiu and Heicaaia stiect ,
are ollVicit for rental for a lerni of yeius
upun reasonable termp. Apnlv to
JOHN 11. PATT,
Olltf Trens. Queen's IkBpl al.
npilE well known Mil ttornor
X I'reinisvN. App.yat the BKA-
StA Till RESIDKXm AN'D
MizJtCi toy. ocrnniul bv Sirs. Lone.
Apply on the pretnUis. lOif ""
For Salo or to Lertso.
A COTTAGE on Lunnlllo Sticet.
jCX At present i coupled by P. Opfei
gill, Km. It contains parlor, illuliij
room aud !i bedrooms, b.uli, pantry nnii
kitchen. A luge jard with outbuild
I ii irs for horse, carriage and Errvuiiti.
17tf Apply to H.J. AGNEW.
ON ACC UNT OP DEPARTURE,
mi iiupiiried SirielM re, Oyeuis
onl, li'ivhiir liven driven l) ii l.uty. One
Can luge Plmcloii, Mudnbieckor'sm mu.
ficture; ami abo, one line fcqim-o Weber
Plane, till in good onli-i, enquire of
II lm HYMAX RKQ3.
qMin CO-PARTXERSUIP HERE
JL tof' ru uls ln In- wi't-.i A. Diuw-ii
mill J I'hillipv, under the firm eaimt of
llrnwn ii riulllps, bin In;: c!rcd hi
iniitiiilon, the hitfliio-u will lierei fier
lie earriol on by J. Phillii s, who will
pay all ik-bts owed liy aid colkci all
bi'ls due said firm.
11011011110.0(0 Ul, 1SSG.
Now Photograph ltooms.
OVER Nlcliol's i tore, Port strict,
next iht Shooting fialleiy, Pie.
lures, Portrait mill Views. Plittclasr
work. Satisfaction gimraaieid.
iO Iv .1 A OONhAl.VES.
CI IX GOOD DRKSSMAKEUSwan'ed
k? at Olias J. I'l lie 's DrUinaktii
Aonu lint gtoil limi s
need to i pp y.
UNDERSIGNED REGS TO
lilt 111! tU
Unit he will loive f.r
China nnd Japan on tlii23lli of Janiniv.
I'crionsucsirous to ireurj, tnrougu ms
nireiicy, J nne e tcrvaii-s or laborers
pie iso eommiinkate ah early a po slble.
v.ltf PAUL ROHM.
FOR, LEASE OTJ. SALE.
THE imuSK AXD T.OP AT YVAI.
klkl, aipuscnt incupled ly G. D.
1 rectu. Apply at lllo o
j'Jit iii'ii iV i-L;u'Ji)i
L'J Xuuaau hired.
ery do Ira'ilo
know n as
Cur Puivicola and l.uaalllotils,
Lately occilplrd by Si . J. T. 1) ir con.
tailing Parlor, EibrMr), I liedio iih,
Dining iteoin, Kilclun, P.intiy, Jl.i'h
and Toll t Hoom, on tin, lowir Hat; and
en thu upper Hat, i! hngu looms, thu
whole well flnUhed, ami airotillng one
of the llucst view j of hind and water in
There aro also on the premisi s, Ser
vant's lldii.t', Slnlilu mul C.irringu House,
aiid Fowl Hoiihe, nil well arranged.
The w hole reshlei ee is free from dust.
FOR SALE !
rXE IiAHOE JOT, which e.in bo
ilhl lid lino two or li.or'i building loin.
Knnulieof O. WJjST,
i8 Of e,t, Dow Co.
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND OF OKE
Dollar pcrhharo will ha jnyahle
on thii eiimuil s no I; of the People' li e
nnd Itcfr'ginitliig Cointiiinv on WED
NBDA, J.innary 'Jl h, at the Com-pi-n'snlllee.'
W. P.. I'llSlEIt,
13 81 Tivasiner.
-VO DOUUI.E END I'D FinilOHT
ciieo liulll; wi 1 cany up to U4 tons.
(J.in liu Hfi'iuitinu mv. luuituuwiy.
Apply In Tlll.O H DAViEsJiCO.
II. UAOKFELp &Uo.
EBAN & CO.,
Corner of E-'ort nml Mcrclinnfc Streets, Honolala.
Black Oloih Suits,
White rJ?iew9 White Hats, Eto.
Sr Our BLACK CLOTH
Kaslern Finish, and matked
SAN JOSE, CAL.
The Lager Ueer of
At tho Epo3itioiu
0 0m HONOLULU,
Hollister & Co
If AVE JUST KECETYED A FULL LIXE OF
Cisstom o SVlade o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort 6c Merchant Streets, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED
Keeps always on hand, tho largest stock and greatest variety of Home
JIailc, Fresh and only Pure Candies nnd Cakes.
Lowest Prices, Full Weight, and Pure Goods at Wholesale and Botail.
F. HORN, - - - - Proprietor
And Only Practical Confeetioner and Ornamenter in this Kingdom.
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Not a specially exactly, but are nindo now ns before, of superior quality
and richness of flavor and OKNAMENTE1) IN AN ARTISTIC STYLE
which defies imitation and fully sustains a twenty-three years' reputation,
not yet excelled in Honolulu.
American, Fronch, Italian, English and German Pastries
Mado to Order at Short Notice.
Kiviul Delivered Every Dny to all parts of the City.
ii Made ice Cream
At 8II.0Q for one, and $.r).00 for two Gallons. Made from rich Kgg
Custaid. It Is made from Woodlawn Hairy Cream; guarauteed to be
made without Stiitch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to be the Illclicat,
Purest and Cheapest Ico Cream in Honolulu.
Special Arrangements made for Large Orders.
Satisfaction guaranteed by '
Factory, Storo nud Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street.'
Between Fort & Nuuanu.
SUITS are of excellent quality,
at the LOWKST figures in the
EGAN & CO.
the above Brewery
the First Prizes
of 188J nnd l8fl
torm Cigars !
Steam Candy Fact y.
Both Telephone No T4.
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