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WEDNESDAY, SKIT. 19, 1888.
Stinr Kaalu from Wntnln-i auil Wnlanae
Stair lwnlani from llaniakua via La-
Stmr OK BNhop fiom ICoolau
Ilk .las A King lioin l'ugct Sound
USS Viiml.illii for San FiancUco at 11
11 11 il B Ilyao'uth for a short cruise
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kaal.i for V alalua and Wnlanac at
U a in
Stmr 12w a for Kwii
Tor Muni and Hawaii per stnir Ivinnn,
Sept 18 -For Volcano. A ,f Ciook
shankandOIl Whitehead. Tor llllo
andwavpoiK: Ills .Mujcstv the King,
Jtls liattio Klpi, Hon i: II liallcy, 1
Bade anil wife, M A Gonsalvc, lion .1
Wight, II b Iclek.ud, HWMIst, Mis
ltoc and son, (J feiicjil-Kyiinuiiley and
wife, 11 II Mclnurny, O 1 l'ainc. AT
Atkinson, Mls Tuiiici, -Mis llain.ud,
Mis C .Notloy, G 1 ICnuinnob.uuid fam
ily, lion U Kauial. JCcv U l.ulii.ui,
wife and child, II A lleen, Miss Makce,
Wis Fl Hastings, F S Dunn, II Laws
and 50 deck.
1 oi Kauai i cr stmr MlUahala, Sept
18 lion W Hlticc, wife and family,
Miss Hauls Mis P v ilholm.IInii Fian
ols Gay, Kev 1 Goodell, l' Iscnbeig ji,
l'1 Ueitclmanii, Miss Foibes, T Sawei,
Mrs Kakln.i and GO deck.
For Maui and Hawaii pur stmr WG
Hall, Sept 18-. I SKintnon, Mr Alex
ander, W 11 IlalMcad, KJMMiker and
childicn, O Acini, Mr Akl, Mis Mc
Itay, .1 I' Lind, (JSidei-, Mis McDadc,
J M Mons.in.it, Mis Dickenson, Mis
Hajseldcn and 75 deck.
From San Fianeiseo per S S Austia
lia, Sept 18 -Mis D Center, Mis It Loc
:ind child, Dr J M Whitney, wife and 'i
childicn, Miss A Walker, Miss Al
AValkci, Miss I-ouKi Biiekwood, F S
Dunn and wife, Mis W M Giff.ud and
child, MisOitMooie and child. A J
Iveis, V Fouinlei, JINs L K Patcli,Miss
Lydii ritiniinons, X SJSachs, .1 A 1m
lach, W T UiiiRliam, II Sniblev, Dr A A
Ui.ine and wife, Mis M 1, Hall, T W
ITleming, J no M. ba, W J Itiodeiick,
wife and child, J C Tm ton. li V tayloi,
i: L Mai shall, Alls M M JXuis, 3 chil
dien and muse, Mis Capt. J Blown,
Miss Hattic Hi own, Mi-s K n White, A
J Ciookskank, G II Whitehead. .1 F
Uolbuin, Mis Lacy, Miss M Djkc, A V
Geai, 0 h Wight and 25 steeiagc.
Fiom llamakua and Lahaina, per
Ptinrlwalani, .-eptl!) MisU D Mills,
Master It JJuxtui, Mastci T Itickard,
Miss Bessie ltickaid and 22 deck.
GARC0E3 FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kaala IMS bgs sugai .
Stmr Iw alaui a,0.1 1 hg sugar.
VESSELS IN PORL
b S Austialia. Houdletto
Am bktne b X Catle, Hubbaid
Ger bk C K Uilioi), Poppo
Am bk Sonoma, Uiltllths
Am bk Atlanta, Andei-on
Am bk ( eylon, Calhoun
Dauibli lik Coiamia, .lessen
JJiit bk Velocity, Martin
Haw bk Lilian, laid up
II iw biig Haaid, laid up
TUo U S S Vandalia sailed for San
PiaucUco this foicnoou.
A baik was ipportcd 12 miles off
about 1:30 this afternoon.
The steamer Kaimiloa will sail for
Lah.dn.iuud llamakua on Pnday inoin
iug at !) o'clock.
The S a Australia, II C Houdletto
comnrtndcr, sailed fiom Sau Pianciseo
Sept lltli, at 2 pin, with 50 c.iblu mid
2"i steerage p.issengcis; f eight 12111
tons- Sept lltli to loth, light X H and
X V w Imls. Sept 17th and 18th, light
tiades and line weather.
The Alta of Sept lltli, lepoitsthe
wieck of tho lint bk Derby P.nk on
Penuiyhn Island. The ciew icached
'Tahiti; tliu captain's wife w an di owned.
The bilg John 1) Spieckels was on
the Alcichauts' dijdock, when the Ails
lialia was in ban rianciseo,undpigolng
exten-ivc lep.ihs. .Shols being lc-tice-n.iiled,
lu-caiilkcd and palmed, and
several new knees aie being put in
The sum of ."$28,000 was tepoitcd nc-i-essaiy
by a Jlo.ud of Sui vey to tit the
Mobleau foiaciulse of three yeais.
The cstlmato is divided as follows:
Hull, $U,000; bollein, $10,000; ami
engines, 1,000, These lep.ihs having
been authoiied,- they aie now being
made at Mate Island.
Mcssis V Ml Hatch. Cm lis LiuKea and
C Hrown have iimchased tho King's
jacht Healani at pilvato teuns.
It is lepoitcd that Uuigcss, tho well
known yacht biiildei, is building a
yacht, to bo a little l.u ger than the Hea
"lani. for Mr J II Palv and otheis.
Tho W G li win had a veiy lough time
on herl.i'it tiip fiom the Islanks to Ban
Fiauclsco. To tho e.iHtwiuil of tho isl
and of Oahii she expeiienccd a heavy
cyclone. Tho stouu blew away the
reefed main staj-sail as t-lio was hove
to tho w hid, ami the low ei topi-all ami
toicsail cleiu out of tho holt lones. The
.stoi in lasted twelve bonis, ami was so
soveio that It was impossible to woik
foi thhty-six boms afteiwaid.
Captain W G Goodman, foimeily
master of tho Hawaiian bilgllaaid
aud of tho schoouci Golden Pleei e, has
flout a eoinmiiiilcitlou to the lliauch
lIdiogi.i)hIc Ullhe VMiiniiig inuriiieis
of a huge tiee dilftlug about the Paclllo
Ocean. Capt Goodman flist saw the
lice on tiuv 10, 1887, while on this bilg
Huanl bound fiom ban 1'iJiiclsco to
Hilo. It was in latitude 20 deg CI niln
noi tli, and long lil J deg 22 inhi went.
One of Its mots and a blanch stuck up
in the idr and gavo It the appiiiianeo
from a distance nt a laft with iuy-ilg-ged
masts. The captain was so deceiv
ed that he kept away off his com so to
pass near it. On Juno 22, 1-88, ho
again sighted It fiom the deck of the
Golden I keen, and was again su much
deceived that lie passed close to it to
Identify lr. This was in latitude 21 deg
52 mln uoitli, and longitude ).! deg 10
niln west. The tiee was a hugeOiegou
hjmiee, fully jCO feet long nnujlvo feet
Time elttiLor built boat camo by tho
bin k Viloo ly t loin llongkouty foi sale
at pi ices rniiiilng between 4 nnd $10
The steamer Ewu will sail for En n to
morrow with a load of lumber for build-
iifr nnililv linllsCS lit JSWU,
Tho Hawaiian b.uk Lilian has not ct
been told. Her owners, Wing Wo
Chau & Lo., want 8W for her.
AnnrvALS at sa francisco.
Aug 20, brig J D Sprcckelg, 22 day&
from Hllo lhlg Lurllno, 23 djy from
AugL'7. ImikC D Hijnnt, 22Jj$ days
and liKtiic my Winkelinan, U tl iy,
Sept 2, bilg W G hwln, 21J days.
Sept 0, schr W S llowue, '2l& days.
DEPAUTUltES FHOM SAX TRAKCISCO.
Aug 2U, baik W B Godfrey forXnna
itno. Aug 31, bark Aldeu Hesse for Nana
imo. Sept 2, hi ig J D Spieekels for Kahu
lnl. Sept C, batk Lady Latupson and brig
Cnnsuelo foi Honolulu.
Sept 10, brig Luillue for Hilo.
Sept 11, baik OD Unant.
Sept 14,lnlg WGIiwln.
ir'cpt 22, SS Mnilpoa.
Dktiio Maiy Witikelmann and sehrW
S Bow ne.
Aug 24, S S Zcalaudia fiom Honolulu.
Aug 2tJ, baik James A King for Hono
Aug IS, Hilt S S ''an Maleo for San
Fiaiicisco. via Hongkong and Honolulu.
Aug 28, Hilt S S Han Mateo for Hong
kong, Honolulu and San Fiauclsco.
Sept 10, S S Zcalaudia for Honolulu,
on contract time and without Union
LOCAL & GENERAL NEVS.
Two rooms are to let.
fa oi a.
thanks Purser Keil for news
A 1UNANA trust lias been oiganied
in Xew Orleans.
Tm: Australia brought 2!) bags of
mail foi the Postolficc.
At last accounts Hawaiian rice
was iirmly held at $4.7C.
Hawaiian Commercial Company's
stock i cached !i2!), September 10th.
Mu. A. J. Ivors, brother of Mis. W.
G. Iiwiu, was a passenger on the
Tm: new teacher foi the Port St.
School, Mr. A. V. Geai, anived on
Tim Pantheon received a whole
c.u-load of Anheusei di. night bcei.
Read their advertisement.
A MiXTiNn of the "W. C. T. U. vv ill
be held Thursday afternoon at the
parlois of tho Y. M. C. A.
II. 11. M. S. Hyacinth left port
vestei day for shooting pi.ictico and
a shoit cruise among the islands.
Tin: Zcalaudia left Auckland on
tho 10th and will be duo heic on Sa
turday, en route to San PiancKcs.
Mil. Clias. J. Fishel will receive an
immense stock of goods fiom Aus
tralia on Saturday by tie Zcalaudia.
Tim Now Yorks aio still in the
lead in the race foi the race foi the
pennant of the National baseball
Tiikiie wore fouitecu smallpox pa
tients in the pesthouse, San Fiun
cisco, .Septembci 8th. They wcio all
Tun Board of Health calls for ten
deis for the transportation of lepers
and fi eight from Honolulu to lite
Tin: Hawaiian band will give a
conceit at nine o'clock to-morrow
morning at tho Post Oflico, for the
benefit of business men.
Ix tho Police Com t tliis morning
two drunks foifeitcd $0, W. J. Don
nelly was lined tyS for assault and
battery, and C. Aiona was committed
to the Insane Asylum,
A Disi'Aicii from Auckland, Sep-
temboi 2d, says that an earthquake
has done soiious damage in New
Zealand. Full particulars may bo
looked foi on Saturday, by tho Zea
landia. Thk Vandalia left shortly beforo
11 o'clock this morning. Sho was
played out of tho harbor by tho Ha
waiian bniid on board tho tug. A
l.u go number of persons witnessed
Mn. Hurt, Chief Oilicer of tjio Ma
nposa, was presented with a gold
watch aud locket suitably iusciibcd
and valued at 250, by the Austra
lian passougers on tho last up trip.
Mr. Hart had charge of the stcamcr
in place of Captain Hayvvaid, wiio
lemained in Sydney.
Among the passengers by tho Atis
ti.ilui was Mr. J. A.Iinlacli of Lon
don, England. This gentleman 10
piebouts Messrs. Colhnson it Co.,
haukcis, and has come to investigate
tho plantation bchcme which was re
cently laid befoio u company in Eng
land by Mr. F. II. Austin.
Wi: take pleiihino in reforring our
leaders In the letter of thanks from
tho oxccutniri of tho estate of tho Into
II, .1. Hart, to tho Paciilc Mutual
Life lnsiuanco Company of Cali
fornia, thiougli Mr. It, V. Laine,
thoii agonl hero. During tho past
six months the company have paid
deatli claims amounting to nearly
.113,000 add tho time elapsing be
tween tho time proof of death was
icccivcd and tint claims weio paid
only aveiaged ono and a half days,
rhowing this company to be piompt,
libeial and scuuie, aud excelled by
A oiun wh tern eiftivllng on King
street this nioinhiE;.
Jtn. W. 11. Graenhalgli lias our
thanks for full files of lute papcis.
His Majesty left for Kawaihao last
evening, und will rotuin on Sunday.
A rAiTnrci, picturo of Capt. Hay
ley in a sketch, "So near, jet bo far"
appears in tho London "Punch" of
Gonsai.vks & Co. hao just receiv
ed a largo assortment of feathers,
How crs, tips, etc., nnd a largo variety
of English prints.
H. B. M. S. Cormorant hna left
British Columbia for Honolulu, and
the flagship Swiftsuro will bo duo
here the middle of Octobci.
JOHN' Kekuni, who has been a
salesinnn nt the stoio of 15. F. Elders
& Co. the past fifteen veins, died last
night, aged about IK) ycais. llu was
btuied this afternoon.
IJisuoi' Willis is expected back
the end of net month. His trip
abroad .has not appealed to hae
benefitted him oiy much, judging
by recent leltcis.
Mit. A. M. llcwett lus icceied a
largo stock of new gobds. Among
them is homo standaidmcdic.il books
to which the attention of the medi
cal profession is called. Mr. llcwett
has our thanks for full files of Into
Mn, X. S. Sachs returned on tho
Australia looking the pictiuo of
health. Ho has biouglit with him a
nice largo .stock of diy, fancy and
gents furnishing goods, and tho lat
est styles and novelties in inillineiy.
Later 111010 will bo another slock
direct fiom New Yoik.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Diill of Co. C. Honolulu Rillcs at
Usual sei vices at the churches at
7:30 o'clock. . .
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., at
7:30. Amplified knight rank.
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P. at
Dance of Myrtle Boat Club at
Gibson's hall at 7:30.
The Hon. II. A. AVidcmaun has
filed a bill in equity in tho Siipiemo
Court praying that an injunction
issue against the Minister of Inte
rior, restraining him from proceed
ing with the grading of llalekauila
street. A writ was issued returna
ble at 10 o'clock, Friday morning.
Mr. A. S. Haitwcll appeals for the
Last evening Paymaster Fiank
W. Arms of the U. S. Vandalia was
piesenkd with a gold headed kou
cane, by the clergy and members of
the choir and 2d congregation of St.
Andrew's L'allicdial, as a memento
of pleasant associations and his con
stant help in the services. Dining
the whole ol the btay of the vessel
in this poit Mr. Arms has been a
regular attendant in the choir nnd at
all lchcaisals, and has iendcrcd
valuable assistance. Uy his many
sterling qualities lie endeared him
self to all he came in contact with.
Following him on the next steamer
will he an address contnifting the
names of those who contiibuted to
the testimonial. The tane, a verj'
handsome one, has the monogiam
F. W. A. on the top of the head. It
was manufactured by Wenner & Co.
and is a choice piece of woik.
KAUAI SUGAR SCHEME.
Advices from San Fi.mei&co state
that Mr. W. Kenny Watson had
cabled to Mr. Geo. Macfailane, that
the piospeels weio good to lloat the
Kauai Sugar Co.. and cqucstiiig
him to visit Glasgow, to assist in tho
details of organising this impoitant
enterprise. Messts. Gay and Kob
inson, of Kauai, at tho request of
Mr. Watson, have been advised
through Mr. Macfarlano to this
effect. Hon. II. P. Ilaldwin is
among the last Honolulu stibsciib
eis to this company, Mr. Macfar
lane having induced him on tho voy
age over on the Australia to sub
scribe 810,000 to the stock of the
company. Some of our best and
wealthiest planters anil capitalists
are connected with this entciprise,
which promises to be the second
largest in the kingdom.
The Worcester Spy lias an ac
count of the presentation, August
29 th, to tho town of Holdcn, Mass.
of n High School and Lihraiy, to be
known as "The Damon Memorial."
It is a gi unite building, G2 by 0.0 ft.
on the ground, two stoiies high,
with a tower at one corner for the
clock and bell, and private room for
the ptincipal of the school. The
main hchooliooni is 10 by 4(5 ft.
with two iccitalion rooms, 1(5 by
23 ft. Tho main book loom is 31
by 10 ft., and the reading room is
20 by 30 ft. The building is erect
ed in tho middlo of the village near
ly opposite the old Damon Mansion.
It was presented to tho town com
pletely furnished with insurance
paid for five years, and a fund of
$d,000 for the annual increase of
tho library. It is tho gift of Mr.
S. C. Galo, at the suggestion of
Kev. Dr. Damon, of Honolulu,
whoio sister is the wife of Mr. Gale.
Mr. Galo with his wife visited tho
isluiids n few 3'ears ago. He is a
lawyer ioaidiug in Minneapolis,
where fortunate Investment in city
lots have given him tin estato valued
THC WilAMHQ FLEET.
Tho btitlc Thonms Tope arilvctl
In San Frunciaeo, September 10th,
from the Arctic and brought the
following report of tho catch of the
whaling licet up to July 17th:
Bark Abratn Barker, 1 whale,
Belvedere 2, J. A. How land 2, La
gonal, Ocean 2, Reindeer 2, Win.
llayliss 1, Young PhasnK 1, Balona
3, llclugal, schooner J. A. Hamil
ton 1, barks Narwhal 1, Orca 1,
schooner Rosario 2 ; 2fl
THE LABOR TROUBLES AT SYD
NEY. Captain Hnyward appears to have
had great success in lite light with
the Union men in Sydney to super
intend which ho lcmaincd behind at
that port. It was expected that
practically all trouble for the
Oceatiic S. S. Co. was over, at least
for the duration of the recently ex
tended mail contiact. This result
had been attained without the com
pany giving in on any point.
WASHED OFF THE ROCKS.
Captain Weir of the Iwalani rc
poits that on last Satin day a Portu
guese, while fishing from the rocks
for shell llsli at lviikuihaelc, was
washed into the sea. The captain
and his crew vveio looking about all
Saturday night and Sunday morn
ing for the boily but without suc
cess. Shortly after noon on Sunday
they searched again, and was just
about to give up, when they saw the
body brought up by a shark. The
crew finally got it nway from tho
monster, minus tho left leg.
NOTICE to CREDITOHS.
THE undersigned having been ap.
pointed Administrator of the Es
tate of John Garcia, of Knlilii Waena,
Honolulu, deceased, gives notice to all
creditors of said John Garcia to present
their claims duly authenticated nnd w ith
proper voucheis whether secured by
mortgage or otherwise to him nt his
office No. 15 ICaukumanu street, Hono
lulu, within sit months from dntc or
they vv ill bo forever barred.
Administrator of the Estate of John
Honolulu, Sept. 13, 18S8. 45 lm
Drink as a Life Preserver.
Some tjStnvtllntc Htutlstlos
foi' tlio Jlonellt. oi Total
A report on the inquiry into the con
nection of disease with habits of intem
perance, picpared by Dr. Isuabaid
Owen, Secretin y of the Inveitig.ition
Committee of the Iiiitlsh Medical As
sociation, gives some startling statistics
for tcnipciance people. Paitlculars
have been obtained bv tlm committee of
12.! I cases of deoeiscd lives, aged twon-ty-flve
and upward, in which the habits
o"f the pel 'on in legaid to alcohol were
lccoided in five classes total abstain
eis, habitually temperate, caieless
driukeis, fiec drinker', and decidedly
ititempciatc. 'I In- ages of deatli in each
elassbliovv.iii average as follows: To
tal abstainers, 51. '21 vc.irs; habitually
tenipeiate, 02.13; caieless driukeis,
.VJC"; fice di inkers, 57.59; decidedly
intemperate, 52.C.t. Thin makes the
lowest aveiage diu.rlou of life that of
the teetotaler, and the highest that of
the model ate diinkcr, hl aveiage being
neailv eleven yens longer. The h ibit
ual diunkaul avei.iges about a year
longer than the total nbtainci.
Anothei table ptrpucd by the com
mittee, from which all deaths under 30
wcic excluded, showed tho following
dilutions of life: Total abstainers,
57 31; habitually tempeinte, 0048;
caieless driukeis, 01,52; fiee diuikcis,
58.87; decidedly intenipeiate, 53.42.
Omitting 1 ves undei lOycnrs, the aver
age age of deatli wasi Total abstainers
02.7-1 jcais; habitually tcmpeiate, 07.
71; eaieles dilnkeii. (i,15; fiecdrink
eis, 01.03; decidedly iuteiiipciate,
fiSyin lefeicnco to the above, we
have for sale at euieniely low rates,
PHILIP DEST'S MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER
und W. J. LEMP'S St. LOUIS LAGER BEER,
hi pints and qu.uts,
W. C. PHACOCK is CO.,
50 lw Mei chant street.
Received iier "Australia,"
Two Large Refrigerators, con.
I2ie HWc., Etc.
CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET,
Kinjr Mtrcct, Honolulu.
Fort HI., opiio. O.
P. MILTON, -
Beef, Yeal, Pork, Fisli, Mutton
Huuhiiko iXz "Vcfrotull-.
Also a supply of
On hand at all times.
Shipping and Families supplied t
shortest notice and with best attention.
THE ONLY PAPER read by all
JL classes "The Dally Bulletin.'1 60
cents per month.
A'ortcwHrt'eM'to htail nr ell rj'rf iO nrtt
pr lint for thtflrit inicrtton, and 0 c nf tr lint
txtrn adillttvnat imrrtlvn.
M ESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have just received ox Auslialla
another lot of that PHILADELPHIA
LAGER BE til" in kegs which they
are offering toiholr customers. 49 lw
YAN'S BOAT BUILDINa
SHOP. Hear of Lucis' Mill.
IT has boon discovered by the doclor
tliut Cooko 1 Tnio Flour isexecllciit
food for weak and delicate infants, pre
pared as follows: Ono4ablesj oonful of
Cooked Taro Flour mixed wltk 1 pint
of boiling milk. When cold feed the
child with a muse bottle, it will give
a child new life In a few weeks. 85 3w
rpARO MUSH Feed the nek and
JL delicate persons on Cooked Taio
Flour Mush, niude thin nnd ptcparcd
like eorn meal In boiling water, and
served with ml'kaud sugar. This makes
an elegant mush. 85 !lw
HHARO BU ISCU IT MlvTaro Hour
JL vuiv tlnck la boiling wnter, then
roll in wheat Hour nnd form into but.
cult, use a little butter at bottom of nuti,
smear a little muter over the top ot Taro
Biscuit this makes a chenp and excel
lent Taro Cakes. M !Uv
GRIDDLE CAKE-Takc half rjo
Hour, half Taro Floui, ono or two
cges, little ea.lt, one tcaspoonful of Uoyal
Baking Powder to a cupful of each,
bako or fry on griddle. !15 Uw
TARO MUSH Ue 2 tablespoons
X fill of the Taro Flour to each per
sou and ink thin, prepared like corn
menl in boiling water, serve warm nr
cold with milk and sugar Taro Mmdi
can stand a day or two if desired. U1) 3v
A GENTLEMAN of over SO years'
business experience wnh 1 trge
firms in England and this Kingdom is
open for a ic engagement as Book
keeper, Cashier and Correspondent. Re
ferences and testimonials of the highest
order. Addiess P. O. Box 470. 4ilm
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
THE following gentlemen h.ivo been
duly elected to serve as otilccrs of
tho Mutual Telephone Co. for the en.
suing year, vi,:
11. A. Widcmann President,
II. Waterhouse Vie c President,
C. O. Berger Treasurer,
O. O. Berger Secretary,
"V7. F. Allen Auditor.
C. O. BEKGEIJ,
Honolulu, Sept. 7, 1888. -11 2w
BY THE S, S, ZEALMA
Will receive a fine lino of
Lace Curtains !
And a geneial assortment
Which wo will oiler nt veiy
low pi ices.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millineiy House.
Corner tf Tori & Hotel streets.
X MlTcrtUo it in tho Daily Bulletin
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White ShlrH
lt- AT VEHY LOW 1'KIOES
A fuii line of Ginghams !
A fuii line of Batiste !
A Lane Assortment of
Wo will clo-
02T" For Gents, L ulies,
(. & G5 Fort Street.
-S rJT 3BL
EG-A1N Sc COMPANY.
Ti Hb foil li any
Gent s Fornssfiing Goods, &o.
V. G. FACERROOS,
l'rnrtlrnl Wntplminltcr i Jew Hit,
Has removed to
Late Wm. Turner's Shop, 80 King St.
BSJ-Satisfuotion giwr.inlecd or money
rut muled 2m
Practical Watelimil.er & Repairer
Good work ;nai mteed. At present
located at 8. Hoih's tailor shop.
While Urns' Cement (full weight).
At lowest 111,11 ltd rate.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Corrugated Roofing !
Host brands, in (I, 7, 8 and 0 ft. lengths.
In quantities to suit nt lowest market
MACFARLANE & CO.
Ucsl Crown Hrand.
6, 7, 8, and 9 Fcot Lengths
Just landed K. Shin "Cockcnuouih"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit,
Also, GOO llbls. White llros.'
At the Lowest Market Rates,
WILDER & CO.
JOB PRINTING ot all kind. exe.
outed at tho Daily JJullltin OUIco.
WMte Dress GooAb!
out at u
Misses ifc Children. &3
store in lis Eiigoi !
Mr. A, M. Hewetl,
Purples leaving for the Coast 'n
October prior to which he
ofTers the whole of his
MIsodMf Assorted M
Do not ho alarmed that you will not
be able to purchase in Honolulu
A Handsome Christmas Present
As In S in Francisco for Mr. llcwett la
gnlng to select Mich a stock as will
suit the most fastideous and
surprise our little city.
CSTAU parties now indebted to him
arc respectfully requested to make
iiuuicdiaia settlement. 4U lm
Honolulu Business College,
74 Hotel, comer Fort Street,
Mrs. L. S. DEHKETT, - Principal.
In all its bianchci.
STFor particulars address
ftflrs. L. S. Bennett,
71 Hotel St , or Uraeuhulgh'a Be
store, 10U Fort St.
Mutual, 202-XSaTElEPHONE CrBc' 39
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