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"' HONOLULU OARntAOH CO. .
( HackBtand! Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. M, 1388.
Stmr 0 11 Bishop fi oni ICoohiti
Schr Halcakala for I'epcckco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stnir 0 11 Bishop for Wnlnnac, Walalua
and Koohm at 0 a m
Btmr Kaiila for Walanae ami Walalua at
0 a m
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Ri
nau, Nov 1H ilia Majesty tho King,
Prlnco David Kawununakoa, Mrs W M
Glffard, Miss Fltzimmons, Miss Kealo
llumplncys, W V Fennel and Inide,
MrsF P Hastings, L seveiancc. J A
Scott and wife, A R Ohuk, V H Arnold,
G O Aklnu, Mi83 Davis, Mrs Dickson,
.1 It Holt, Hon V H Daniels and about
For Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Nov 13
ON Spencer, Mi Wilfon, Mrs Bishop,
Hon A P Kapachaole, J Cunningham,
J Kcpo and (JO deck.
The hark Kalakaua has been hauled
on the Marino Railway,
At Bellcliurst, Simsbury, Conn., on
the 22d of October, Mrs. Elizabeth S.
Boyd, wife of Rev. D Stuart Dodge,
and sister of Mrs. A. F. Judd.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Chickens aro offered for sale.
Another engagement B. and N.
Wajou Gulick, Tax Collector, has
an important notice in another col
Some Young trees overhanging on
to King street ought to he trimmed
Wm. Unger was arrested November
6th, in San Fi.iucisco, for illegal
The sale of laud at liana by
Moigun has been postponed to
'10th, at noon.
Cai-t. J. F. Brown o.f tho Takasago
Mum lias tho thanks of the Bulletin
for a file of late Japan papers.
Tor full files of late San Francisco
papeis Mr. W. H, Giaenhalgh has
Regular meeting of the W.
U. will be held to-monow at 2
in. at tho Y. M. 0. A.
Mn. Goo. E. Boaidni.ui, Deputy
Collector of Customs, and wife, havo
leturued to then island homo.
Billy Moore who was ancsted for
vagi ancy lias been given a chance to
quit the country before the 22d.
... m- ' m ...
Mr. ami Mis. F. II. Ilaysehlen and
family iue in San Francisco and will
jcturu to thu islands on the Alameda.
Mr. Agnow's Mink came out sec
ond best in a pacing race at Bay
Distiict Park, Sun Francisco, Novem
The annual meetings of the Wjl
der Steamship Company, Knhului
Railroad Co. and tho Hawaiian Rail
road Co. will be held next Monday.
A good story was heard yesterday
morning of "Ruby" falling overboard
at Nawiliwili, the other day, when
hastily jumping into a boat to
catch a probable customer,
The regular monthly meeting of
tho Chamber of Commerce announc
ed for this morning has been post
poned to 10 o'clock Fiiday morning,
on account of a quorum not being
At tho request of tho Range Com
mitteo of the Hawaiian Rifle Associa
tion, Col. Ashford will act ns Officer
of the Day at tho matches to take
place over tho range on the King's
Some very beautiful hand painted
cards of Hawaiian scenes and senti
ments aie now for sale at tho Hawai
ian News Co.'b storo and A. M.
Ilewott's. Nothing could bo moro
appropriate to send abroad to fiionds
this holiday season.
The steamer Kaala will leave
Honolulu at D o'clock to-morrow
morning, to tako passengers to tho
races at Wainliia. which races aro to
tako placo on tho following day, and
will leave Waialua on the return trip
nt 12 o'clock noon on Saturday.
It will bo observed by an adver
tisement in another column, that
Messrs. J. E. Brown &, Co. have been
appointed Honolulu Agents of tho
"California Land Association," a
wealthy syndicato whoso lands for
sale extend to all parts of the golden
i J 1 lUU.I .IIIUIIJI'.I
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Oalm Lodge No. 1 K. of
Mvstic Lodge No. 2 K. of V.
Services at the churches at 7:30.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles, at
Combined baud concert at the
Hawaiian Hotel at 7:80.
Monthly meeting of Myrtle Boat
WednlSday, Nov. 14lh.
Peter Davis was fined 811:20 in
eluding costs for furious and heed
Two drunks had to pay the usual
To-monow evening the Gayloid
and Slbbon Pantomime Company
will give their first performance at
the Hawaiian Opera House. The
box plan is now open at the olllco of
L. J. Levey, corner of Queen mid
Fort stieets, where seats can be had
popular prices prevailing. The five
Sibbons are wonderful acrobats, and
the whole company is the finest that
has ever been seen in this city.
During their stay here they will no
doubt bo greeted by crowded houses.
The combined concert anticipated
from the British flagship Swiftsure's
brass band and Royal Hawaiian
Band will bo given nt tho Hawaiian
Hotel this evening at 7:30. The
public are invited and nothing will
be left undone to make the occasion
enjoyable in all lespccts. Follow
ing is the programme:
PART I. ROYAL HAWAIIAN 11ANIJ.
Grand Mai ch Elcnzl Wagner
Reminiscences of All Nations.. Godfrey
PART II. SWIKTSURE HAND.
(10 Musicians, II. Loscby, Leader.)
Selection Bohemian Gill Balfe
Waltz Santiago Coibln
INTERLUDE THREE NATIVE SONGS.
Mikiol, Malama, Alna Ilau.
PART III COMBINED HANDS.
Mai ch Tho Volunteers Metra
Fantasia Ilfe on the Ocean .. .Binding
Waltz The Souico Waldteufel
Grand National Fantasia Kappey
God Save the Queen, Star t-pangled
Banner, and Hawaii Ponol.
DEATH OF MR. A. J. CAMPBELL.
It is with regret that we chronicle
the death of Mr. A. J. Campbell
which took place at 2:30 yesterday
afternoon, the results of injuries le
ceived by a fall one week ago into
a cellar at Messis. E. O. Hall &
Son's store. The deceased was a
native of Magilligan, County Derry,
Ireland, and came to tho islands in
1854. Ho carried on the business
of merchant tailor for many years,
llu will be much missed from St.
Andrew's Cathedral, the services of
which he attended regularly. He
Icjtvcs a widow, one daughter and
three sons to mourn his loss. The
funeral takes place at -1 o'clock this
afternoon from his late leb'tdenii'
Nuuanu avenue, the llev. Geoige
Wallace conducting the service.
One of the events of the year will
be the visit of the two leading base
ball teams to Honolulu. Mi. Geo.
V. Smith received a letter from Mr.
A. G. Spalding, manager ot tho
Australian trip, which gives ptirti
cularsdf what will be done on anhal.
Mr. II. II. Simpson one of the
players is now in Honolulu and this
afternoon will commence practising
with a local team. He will pitch for
them. The Alameda Will arrive
here early on the morning of the
2-1 th and at 1 o'clock in the after
noon the Chieagos and All-Americas
will play an exhibition game. After
that one of the two teams will play
a game with the local team. Six or
seven newspaper men will come, with
the teams and as thej' represent forty
five of the leading American news
papers it will be seen by this that
the country will get consideiable
fieo advertising, as these writers
have instructions to give the fullest
accounts of the trip. When the
subscription list goes round it is
hoped every one will give liberally.
A BICGER TELESCOPE THAU OLD
Alyan Clark, the manufacturer of
the great Lick Telescope lens, re
ceived a letter from the President of
the University of Southern Califor
nia, located at Los Angeles, last
week, asking for information as to a
40-inch lens, and intimating that an
order for telescope to eclipse that
at the Lick Observatory would soon
he sent. In reply Mr. Clark says
he can make such a lens if he can
obtain glass of the proper size, and
LA.B0R ON THE PANAMA CANAL.
An employeo of tho Panama Ca
nal Company tells the Ilarrishurg
"Telegraph" that some blacks from
Liberia recently arrived. They had
nothing on but breech-clout and
necklace. They soon struck and
wanted to kill everybody till the
troops shot somo of them dead. The
rest wero sent home. The Chinese
soon give up tho work and start lit
tle stores. The men work from G
to 11 a. m., and from 1 to 0 o'clock
in the afternoon. Their pay per
month is 815 and board. For night
work 25 and 80 cents is paid for 3
Advices from Bonny Rivor give a
revolting story of the savage atro
cities anr cannibalism, of the OJcr
knn tiibu ii revenge for some in
jury. They invited a party of Ogo
nis to a friendly palaver, then en
trapped and massacred them. A
cannibal festival of the most horri
ble indescribable character follow
ed. Then an attack was made upon
the undefended villages, and the
most barbarous outrages were com
mitted, It is estimate! that oyer
100 persons, including women and
pUlJdren, were killed am eateij.
A. PINE IA AND A 1' LEABAKT TIME
Hon. M. P. Robinson, owner of
tho little stem wheel steamer Ewn,
having placed that craft at tho dis
posal of Mr. B. F. Dillingham, tho
latter gentleman issued, on Monday
last, informal invitations to a num
ber of ladies and gentlemen to con
stitute, on tho following day, an ex
cursion party to Pearl River.
At 7 o'clock on Tuesday morning
the gathering at Brewer's wharf, tho
point of embarkation, began ; and
by 8 o'clock nil were on board, and
the little steamer started.
The party consisted of Hon. M.
P. Robinson ; Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Dillingham ; U. S. Minister Resident
Geo. W. Merrill and Mrs. Merrill ;
U. S. Consul-Gcnoinl Putnam and
Miss Putnam ; Judge McCully and
Mrs. McCully ; Dr. Lowell Smith ;
Rev. S. E. Bishop and Mrs. Bishop ;
Hon. W. D. Alexander; Lieut.
Moore, of the U. S. S. Alert, and
Mis. Moore; Lieut. Crawford, of
the Alert; Capt. Acland, of tho
British Navy ; Messrs. J. T. Arun
del, II. Bishop, Imlach, and Neill,
of England; Mr. Klugel: Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Hall ; Mr. and Mrs. F.
W. Damon ; Mr. and Mrs. F. Aus
tin ; Mrs. J. M. Damon ; Mr. J. F.
Brown ; Mrs. E. C. Damon ; Mrs. J.
J. M. Whitney ; Mrs. W. C. Mer
ritt ; Mrs. E. R. Hendry ; Mrs. A.
Lyons; Miss M. Beckwith; Mr. D.
Logan, of the "Advertiser" ; W.
Hill, of the Bulletin; and several
Tho day was delightfully fine
throughout, the sea smooth, and
just sufficient breeze to be pleasant.
The little steamer glided out of the
harbor and passed near II. B. M. S.
Swiftsurc, where that vessel is lying
at anchor, giving an excellent view
of the marine monster. About an
hour's steaming over a gentle swell,
enough only to temind the excursion
ists that they were on the sea, brought,
the party to the entrance of Pearl
Harbor. The bar passed, the water
was perfectly still, the slight swell
outside not affecting it in tho least.
Several of the company, although
old residents in the kingdom, stated
that this was the first time they had
been on tho waters of Pearl Har
bor. The steamer made about as
straight a course as she could to-'
wards the country residence of Mr.
C. A. Blown, which is near the head
of one of the numerous bays. Mr.
Brown came off in a boat and joined
the party, remaining the rest of the
day, until the Ewa stinted for home,
when he leluiued to his boat and
pulled for home also.
The steamer kept on the move
until about midday, running iuto
bays, rounding headlands, etc., for
the purpose ul showing the charm
ing biiuuundings of Peail Harbor to
the excursionists. At noon the ves
sel moored to the shore at an unin
habited spot, and everybody stepped
diiectly from her deck on to the dry
land, without the aid of boats or
any othei bother, healing with tlieni
the refreshments provided lor the
occasion. The shndu of ulgaioba
tiecb was abundant and near at
hand. Resting in this, Keen appe
tites, shai pencil by the sea air, eie
appeased ; and of the fragnienlB,
when all had eaten to their satisfac
tion, tlieie was enough taken up and
carried back to the vessel to feed
quite a multitude.
After i efieshuient, cruising around
the harbor, to nooks and cornets
not previously visited, was resumed,
until a little past i o cloeK p. in.,
when the Knit's nose was directed
tow aids Honolulu.
The excuisionists not only en
joyed the very pleasant cruise, hut
were also extremely delighted with
tho variegated land aspects present
ed to view. To those of the party
who were there for tho first time the
sight was naturally more entrancing
and impressive than to thoso to
whom it was familiar. Peail Har
bor, with its innumerable nooks and
bays, its islands, peninsulars, etc.,
is really a beautiful place. In spots,
banana plots, cocoanut and mango
groves, rice plantations and com
fortable looking residences nestle
right down to tho water's edge. The
uncultivated lands, and indeed
places where there is but little soil
on the coral rock, aro covered with
algaroba trees and other greenery.
Considering its natural attractive
ncss'and its nearness to Honolulu,
one cannot help feeling surpiisethat
so few excursion parties ever go
After a pleasant run back, over
as smooth a sea as that of the morn
ing, the steamer moored at
Brower's whnif nt 4:30 p, m.
Some of the gentlemen who
had spent most of the day in tho
sun on the upper deck had very
ruddy countenances, but they wero
as happy as sandboys all the samp.
The entire company landed, after a
day's real and quiet pleasure, over
which not a ripple hnd passed
through any mishap, with feelings
of gratitude to Mr. Robinson and
California Land Association.
rpiIE under signed have been appolutid
X agents at Honolulu for the above
syndicate, and have been furnished with
plans and lUts of California Lsnds for
sale, Intending purchnsors of bunds In
California can obtain the necessary in.
ftrraatlonat the olllco of
r. e. brown & co.,
nov.l I 28 Merchant strict.
HE ONLY LIVE PAPER m
Honolulu "The Dally Bulletin.
SO cents per month.
Royal Hawaiian Opera Rouse.
U-.I'crformnnccH Only-. .'I
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Nov. 15th, 10th & 17th.
Applo's Congressof European Wonders
Without exception tho Greatest Show
ever put together, headed by
The Great ntitl Only
Whose pTformatice caunut be des
cribed and must be seen.
Tho ItAliU ltltOTIll'.ItN.
Who In their lino stand unequalled.
aXrHHi-s. 3IOUI.TON DASIMVAY,
The Greatest Triple Bir Performers
in the world.
lilTTI.i: I1A VICTORIA,
One of tho Silver Thread.
John Pholt & Troup of Pantomimists,
And a whole host of others.
Remember, 3 Performances Only.
Doors Open 7:30-XSat3f" Commences at 8.
83-J?li,ICjnt$ A. XJSTJA.I-.-Wl
5"ScalB can be secured at the olllco
of L. J. Levey. Box plan for Friday's
Performance will be open on Fiiday
morning nt 9 o'clock.
L. J. LEVEY,
03 td Business Manager.
THE annual meeting of the s'ock
holders of Wildcrs btcamship Co.
(Limited), will bo held at tholr office,
in this city, MONDAY, Nov. 19, 1888,
nt 9 o'clock A. M. B. B. ROSE,
98 4t Secretary.
rpHE annual meeting of the stock
X holders of the Kahulul Railroad
Co., (Limited), will lc held at their
office, iu tills city, MONDAY, Nov. 19,
1888, at 10 o'clock A. M.
W. C. WILDER,
98 tt Treasurer.
fpiIE annual meeting of the stock.
X hoi leis of tii liawaiian Haihoad
Co., (Limbed ) vw 111 le held at their
ofhVc, in th-8 city, MONDAY, Ioy 19,
1SS8, t li o'clock A. M.
H. U. WILDER,
98 4t Tei-u.ir.
Tax Collector's Notice.
170R the accomodation of T.ix-pjyeis
. in this dUt i let, who cannot con
veniently call at the Collectoi 's Otllee
duilug btisincbs houi, thu otllee will
be open for the receipt of Taxes (in ad
dition to the usual hums dining the
day.) fiom 7 to 9 o'clock In'the eve
ning, from the 19th iust., to Dec. 1st
1888, bolh dates Included.
Any Tax-payer iu this distiict who
will leave his name and address at the
Collector's Otllee, intimating that he
desiies to pay Ids taxes, will receive his
tax iccelpt by messenger, as early
thereafter as possible, to whom he can
glo the aniiiint, thciebv avoiding the
annoyance of delay at the Tax Otllee In
waiting for the legular tuin.
O lA. T. GULICK,
Tax Colli ctor, Honolulu, Oahu.
Per B. S. Australia,
Ai The Beaver Saloon
II. J. XOITIS, Proprietor.
Under the Auspices of the
Hawaiian Rifle Association
Friday, Btiov. 16, '88
Commencing at 10 n. in.
1st Match at 200, 500 & 000 yda-
Oren to all comers. Entranco fee,
$1 1st prize, SO per cent of receipts;
2nd, 20 per cent; flrd, 10 per cent.
Military Utiles; regulation pull 0
lbs. 7 shots at each distance.
2nd Match at 200 yds
Open to all corners, 10 shot9. En.
tries uriliinitul. ltt prize, 130 per
cent of rcciipts; 2nd, 20 percent;
;trd, 10 per ccih. Conditions as above.
3rd Citizens Match, 20Q yds
Open to all comcrx, except J. Bro.
die, J.Rothwcll. C. IJ. Wilson, F.
HiiBtace. J. If. Fisher, W. O, King,
O. II. Nlcoll. J. W. Pratt, C. W.
Achford, F. J. Iliggiuwi and E.
llinj;ley. fi Bitot i each Entries un.
limited, Prizes as follows; 1st, 20
per cent; 2nd, ID per cent; 3rd, 10
per cent, and 0 prizes of 5 per cent
of rccelptf. Any rifle. No air act,
triggers or telescopes allowed.
CSTltules and RcKirhttions as adopted
by the llawniiiu itiflu Asboglutiojii to
govern competitors. No competitor ahull
receive more than one prize.
JL Daily Bulletin
go eta per montii.
ci lH -ff HP 00
tfothtl under thh hid are thcrged 10 centi
per Untftr tktfint inierttpn, ond ctntsper line
trerp titinl imttHon.
TAN'S BOAT BTJUiDINO
SHOP. Rear ot Lucas' Mill.
ESSRS. DODD & MILLER
havo just received ot Australia
another lot of that "PHILADELPHIA
LAGEH UEfcR" in kegs which thoy
are offeiinj; to their customers. 97 lw
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles,
Honolulu, Nv. 8, 1P88.
tIJA.TTA.LION ORDERS, No. 0.
EVERY member of this com.
mand is hereby ordered to
appear at tho Armory on Fill.
DA.Y, Nov. ICth, at 1 o'clock
p. m., in Fatiguo. Uniform, for
Competitive Company Target
Practice 'or tho Rifle presented
, by Harlloy & Orahum, of New
York. Per order.
II. F. HEB1URD,
Captain and Adjutant. 91 td
26.000 RED BRICKS
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Life Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
Cash Assels, December 31, 1887
Thoso -who desire safo nnd profitable
Life Insurance aro invited to apply to
S. B. KOSR,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Islmuls. oct-0 88-ly
MAKE ROOM FOR
Duiing Mr. Fisliel's absenco, who
went East to buy his Holiday
Goods, our entiie itock of "
Fancy Clothing, Nlioet, Hata &
CnpH, aillllnory, iiC,
Will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
In order to make room for New
Goods. Wo will offer tho
Biggest Bargains in
In this country.
Our $5 Hate will be bold for $2.75;
Our $G Hats will bo fcold for $3.75;
Our $.'1 Ifats will ho sold for $1.75;
Our $10 Hats will be sold for $0.00;
Our $15 Hats will bo sold for $8.75.
Wc m Iiiiiniinntg
la all Departments !
Goods will bo alaughtered for
THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
Boys' Fine Straw Hats only 25
Our Linen Lawns tako tho cake.
Price our Eibbons !
Our stock of Ribbon.8 is complete ami
you, may expect bargains.
We Must and we Will sell in oider to
make room for Now Goods,
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
Corner ol Fort & Hotel Streelt.
G3 & G5 FOItT STREET.
New Goods ! 35Io-
The ladies are invited to inapeot our
NEW STOCK of DRY UOOD3 Jtc FANCY UOOIKS
Received by hibt steamer and personally selected by Mr. S. Khrlieh. Tho
took comprises many novelties in every department.
Prices are Bed Rock. A large assortment of
Dress Groods in all We-w SliadLes !
Embroideries, Laces & Oriental Lace, Flouncing,
Fancy Flannels, Flannelette, Tricot 6t Ladies' Cloth, otc.
Large Assort. In Dress Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Chambray & Ckeiiots.
IVe-v ISoveltleH iu L.tulicH' Xiorliu Slia.-v'lH I
Ladies' Cassemere Scarf Shawls in all shades,
Hosiery, Corsets &. Underware at lew prioss
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets !
Vc call particular attention to our Shoe Department.
A Jull Line of Iitulies' French Kid Batten Shoe,
A Full Line of Gent's Hhacp,
Children's French Kid Shoes nt Bod Rock Prlcci.
Ifcilbbons 12,1133301 lBLilloii
In all Widths, Colors & Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and Children's Clothing; !
Gent's Bathing Suits at $1.50 a Suit.
63 & 65 Fort StreeK
-IC3? T DEI
JEGavAJN &z OOBJCJP.WY'.
Bent Furnishing Ooods, &o
To kiwi i air. store iu the Kiiojdoi !
For Sale, Tahiti Bamboo
I70U Hat Making. Karly application
HO lw J. E. BROWN & CO.
NEAT Cottage of Font
Rooms, Bath-room in
tbo House, and Out-bounes,
near tbe Mormons Church, now occu
pied by Mr. Vogel. Apply to Mr.
Vogel, at Hoffscldaeger & Uo.'s. 07 tf
IN a nice
mounds, two bultes of Fur
nished Rooiuh, ultli bath and drcHK
intr looiiiH, Fultable for housekeeping,
ami if wanted an additional room can
be added to either.' Also, a Cottage,
ttithbath, stable and carriage loom,
Addrei.8 1 O. Box COO, 77 Un
HOUSE to LET.
fTPEE House and Premiers
, JL lutely occupied by W. S.
Luce, Ken., situate on Union
street and Adurns Lime. Tho House
contains parlor, H bedroom?, 2 dresdlng
rooms, hull way, dining room, pantry and
kitchen. There is nlto a lounge in the
grounds with it rooms, stable, carriage.
lioitBO and servant's lonm. The plnce is
In peril ct order. Pciseislon given at
once Apply to
J. M. MONSAREAT,
87 tf No. 'il Merchant street.
XN answer to sovoral otrrruhien con
cerning AVltalo Boat Flames, wo
have now In course of construction,
it Whale Boat Frames 74 feet by 32 feet
long. These fruiues aro bent iu one
piece ot oak, nnd held to shape, thus
rciiuirlnir. little tact to set them up and
build. The full frame for such boats,
Including cants, AS sections in number,
Is sold at 9-i with large steins on keel,
and ready to plank $10, Thoy aro not
Intended to ho olhiker built, nor as the
fiail impelled, whale boats proper, hut
are Intended (or rough heo and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for tlshlng and
trading pui poses. Wo have exported
these trained and Intend doing so, and
make this offer to uinateius and others
desirous of tiding their hand, with
plenty of leisure and small cash to utuko
a business. Will bend frame) to any
ghen model from 5 to 2.K tons. Also on
hand for sale Surf tuul Pleasure Bouts,
Stems. luees anil Timbers. Mutual
Telephone Ho 'J5.
J)OWEU & SON.
-053 New Goods I
w iw minmm.1
LOT FOR SALE
ON King ttrcet, opp site
Mr. Athenou's. B is a
fronrngo of Uti feet by 231
f oet deep. Apply to
73 lm JOHN BOWLEl.
ELECTION of' OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of tbo Hu.
mini la Sheep Station Co. held this
day. tho following ofllccrs wcto dieted
for tho ensuing year:
August llaneberg Presideit,
Armin llaneberg... .Vic.Preside it,
( Sccrati ry
Ed.8ubr .. &
Armin llaneberg Audit ir,
Manager of Waikulcs,
Armin llaueberc; ,
Manager of Kalele ia.
Honolulu, Nov 13, J883. C7 lw
rpiUS Is to'cerlify that tUo Largo and
JL Commodious Eiuing Rooms of tho
Will bo shortly extensively altered,
whereby greater convenience and com.
fort will bo afforded to patrons, vhllo
tho tables will bo supplied with -very
luxury obtainable at the market, to
gether with the verv best of Teat and
ColTee, tarTerms, $5 per week.
88 2w Proprle or.
FOR SAN FKANOISCO,
The Al Btcamship
Will li avo Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, Kov. ilOf
For Freight or Passage, apply to
"V7K. Q. IBWIN & CO., AgeM
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