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THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1888.
.Stmr .Ins Makce from Kapaa
Stmr Kllnuea Hon from Hamaaua
Sclir Ka-Aalhml fiotn Koohui
f-chr Ku Au lloti fiom Hawaii
Qer bit II Hackfcld for Snn Francisco
Am bl Amv Tinner for Hongkong
Sclir ICmdokal for Wnhnca
Stmr O U Bishop for Wtilanne, Waialua
and Koolau ut !) a in
Stmr Kaula for Walnnao and Waialua at
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Fiom llainakna, Hawaii.
Iwalanl, Nov 1 1 L Bracklle
Wong Chong, and 32 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kaala 1800 bgs lice.
Stmrlwalanl-2707 bgs sugar and 113
Stmr Oil Bishop 1310 bgs paddy and
100 bgj rice.
Tho brlgantino .Cousucle Is expected
to leave some time next week.
The bniks Ceylon and Jas A King are
loading at the bound for Honolulu.
ARRIVALS AT SAN l'KANUISCO.
Oct 27th, S S Arabic, 8 days; S S Ala
meda, 0 days and 21 hours, both from
Honolulu: brig Lurllne, 15 days from
Hllo; brig W G Irwin, 10 days from
Oct 31st, bark C It Bishop, 2a days
Nov 2d, baik Lady Lampson, 22 days
Nov Cth, bktuc S N Castle for Hono
lulu. riioJr.ciT.n diu'Arturks.
Nov 12th, brig Luilinc for Hllo.
Nov 8th, brig Geo 11 Douglas for Ka-
Nov Oth. bktne Discovery, brig W G
Irwin', bark Lady Lampson for Hono
Oct 20th, bark Alex McNeil from San
Nov Cth, S S Maiiposa for Honolulu.
At Honolulu. November 13, 1888,
Alexander Campbell, aged 71 years. 10
months and C duye, a nativu-of Magilli
gan, County Deny, Ireland.
LOCAL & GENERAL-NEWS.
A tony is ofleicd for sale.
You can got a- laec hat for $5 at
Tun Y. M. C. A. singing class will
be omitted this evening.
Tiik awa licenses for the year 1889
will be sold at auction December Gth.
Piior. L. L. Van Slyke is now
among the faculty of chemistry at
Mn. Roche, formerly secretary of
tho Hawaiian Board of Health, is
now lcsiding at Tahiti.
They pay, that to bo a full fledged
country diummer, ono must bo pro
ficicnt'in tho art of swimming.
. . .
The regular dance of tho Hono
lulu Social Club will bo held this
evening at Mclnerny Hall, com
mencing at 8 o'clock.
Y. M. C. A. business mooting at 7
o'clock this evening, followed by a
gospel meeting at 7 :30. Young men
and strangers cordially invited.
The house of Mr. A. Grotc, a
tailor at Honokaa, Hawaii, was de
stroyed by tiro last Sunday morning.
It was tho work of an incendiary and
bovcral arrestB will bo made.
This evening Hon'. J. A. Cummins
will entertain at his residonco at
dipper, Hor Majesty Queen Kapio
laiii, and Mr. and Mis. Sumner. Tho
latter is first cousin to Queen Pomaro
Wednesday tho 28th of November,
being the anniversary of the recog
nition of Hawaiian Independence by
tho Governments of Gioflt Britain
and Franco, will bo observed as a
Invitations are out for a grand
ball to be given by His Majesty the
King at Iolani Palace, noxt Monday
evening, in honor of Rear Admiral
Algernon C, F, Honcago of 11. B. M.
Mr. Ohae. J. Fishol has just re
ceived a splendid stock of new hats,
latest styles, also fancy striped rib
bons all shades and colors, etc. Bo
euro and call early at tho storo
corner of Hotel and Fort streets.
Ohab. Hustaco. tho well
trroccr on Kinir street, never
Por TliankBgiviiitJ Hay
lut Iiiih miula L'i'i'iit nroiiarations, as
will bo Been in a new advertisement
in this iBstie. Beforo purchasing
-clsowheio, read it.
On Saturday last a native attired
in a costume which included a red
eliirt and kaudkerchief of tho saino
color rodo around town on a horso at
u furious rate. Ho was in an intoxi
catod condition. Tho polico have
nircstcd him and ho stands charged
with furious and heed lens driving.
Tknders arc called for intercepting
ditches Punchbowl hill, to ho sont in
by tho 20th.
Tin: Royal Mail steamer Mariposa
is duo Friday ovoning from the Colo
nies, on ronto to San Francisco.
Just wait until Wonnor it Co.
open out their holiday goods and you
will sec somothing that will open
This regular meeting ot tho Do
bating Society will bo held this even
ing, when tho House ot Nobles will
Ai.uxandkr Rupeit, youngest son
ot Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Freoth, died
tliis morning, and will bo buried from
tho residence LI School street at four
o'clock this afternoon.
M. J. F. Morgan will hold a 'valu
able land sale on Monday, tho l'Jth,
at noon, and on tho 21st ho will pre
side at a credit trade sale of assoiled
merchandise by older of T. II.Davics
Tiik Kinau will lay up noxt week
to bo thoroughly overhauled and ic
painlcd. Tho Likclikc takes the Ki
nau's route, Bailing on Monday, and
tho Lohua leaves on Tuesday on tho
An immense stock of holiday
goods is now being opened out at the
Btoro of tho Hawaiian News Com
pnny. Tho goods "were personally
selected by Mr. Frank Nicbpls and
will bear inspection.
The "Paradise of tho Pacific will
bo out to-morrow. Any person want
ing to send copies abroad to friends,
should leave addresses at tho store of
W. H. Graenhalgh and they will be
f oi warded free of postage.
A suiiscitir-TiON list is now open at
the Hawaiian News Company's
stoic for the exhibition game of base
ball by tho American teams. Henry
Kaia has also a list which ho will
take around among Hawaiians.
Dnronn tho departure of His Ma
jesty tho King for Maui ho conferred
upon Mr. W. II. Graenhalgh tho in
signia of Knight Companion of the
Royal Order of the Star of Oceania,
in appreciation of services rendered
the islands during a recent visit
EVENTS THIS EVEKIHC.
Y. M. C. A. business meeting
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rifles," at
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:30.
Debating Society at usual time
Knteitaimncnt at the Hawaiian
Opera House at 8 o'clock, by the
Ilumpiy Dumpty Troupe.
Honolulu Chapter No. 1 It. A.
M. at 7:30.
Regular party Honolulu "Social
Club at Mclnerny Hall at 8.
THIS EVENING'S PERFORMANCE.
Gaylord anfl Silboh's Ilumpty
Dumpty troupe give their initial
peiformance this evening at the Ha
waiian Opera House. 'The sale of
seats has been large and a full house
will greet them. The troupe is a
large one and gives a varied pro
gramme which is highly spoken of.
Another performance will bo given
Friday evening for which seats can
be obtained at Levey's auction room
The funeral of the late Alex. J.
Campbell, took place yesterday at
the family lcsideiice, Nuuunu ave
nue. Tho Rev. (jl'O. Wallace con
ducted tho service and members of
the choir of tho second congregation
of St. Andrew's Cathedral sang two
hymns. There was a large attend
ance of friends and many beautiful
floral offerings. Tho pall bearers
were Messrs. T. May, b. Roth, E.
W. Jordan, M. Mclnerny, nnd Mc
Colgan. The remains were interred
in the Nuuanu cemetery.
Three Japanese belonging to the
crew of tho Takasago Main were
arrested yesterday with a. quantity
of gin in possession. They were
taken to tho Station House and
charged with smuggling tho liquor.
In the Police Court this morning
they pleadod guilty. Capt. Brown
told Judge Dayton that he had con
siderable drunkenness on board
during tho voyage from Yokohama
and could not And where the liquor
camo from. Ho hoped tho three
men would bo severely punished as
It was entirely against tho rules of
IiIb ship for the crew to have liquor.
To-morrow being tho flfty-secdnil
anniversary of the birth of lis Maj
esty tho King, will be observed as a
national holiday and all Government
otllccH will bo closed. At 8 o'clock
in the morning tho Iioynl Hawaiian
hand will play in the I'aluco grounds.
Tho Hawaiian Killo Association will
hold a special target practice at the
King street range, commencing at
10 o'clock. There wilL be three
events, full particulars of which ap
pear in our advertising columns.
At 2 :i!0 o'clock in the afternoon the
band will play nt tho residence of
linn, J. A. Cummins. In the eve
ning at 8 o'clock, will occur tho ball
of Engine Company Wo. 1, at the
Honolulu Hides Armory. The Gu'
lord and Silbons' Ilumpty Dumpty
Company will give a performance at
tho Hawaiian Opera House at 8
o'clock. There will also be a num
ber of private parties held during
STABBED HIS WIFE.
Last evening a half-caste Portu
guese named Manuel Swarez,' who
resides near tho National Brewery
at Kallhi, attacked his wifo with a
butcher's knlfo, inflicting only a few
slight gashes on the body. The
pollco were telephoned for and
Capt. Larson with a natiyo otllcer
at onco went to tho spot. Swarcz
was nowhere to bo found and a war
rant has been issued for his arrest.
As we go to press there is every
indication of a heavy rain storm. It
has been raining at intervals during
tho day and the sky is overcast. By
telephone at 2 o'clock we learn that
it was raining heavily at Waialua,
Waianae and Ewa. Tho steamer
Kaala which runs within a mile of
the shore at 'Waialua could not bo
seen. A message from Kancohc
says it is raining slightly nnd there
is every appearance of rain at Wai-manalo.
THE FIREMAN'S BALL.
To-morrow evening Honolulu En
gine Company No. I will give its
grand ball at tho Honolulu Rifles
Armory A large number of tickets
have been sold nnd it promises to be
a very successful affair. All ar
rangements aro fully complolcd.
The committees arc: Reception
B. Ordcnstein, J. J. Sullivan, 15. B.
Thomas and T. B. Walker. Floor
Robt..More, T. R. Lucas and E. B.
Thomas. Door L. M. Touissant
and T. Wright.
Early next week Mr. J. P. Bowcn
will open his new lunchrooms ad
joing the Pantheon, on Hotel street.
It has been fitted up. in an elegant
manner regardless of expense. Tho
front room will be used for the sale
of tobacco, cigars, soda water and
milk shakes. Adjoining this i3 the
lunchroom with a marble top counter
thirty feet long, with a small aqua
rium in the center. Off the lunch
room is the dining hall a most com
modius place. In rear aro "readii g
and billiard rooms. Mr. A. J.
Smith for two years and a half chief
cook on the Alameda has been
specially engaged to preside over
the culinary department, which
means that the lunches to be served
will be of the very best quality. A
range is now being put in or im
proved pattern. Due notice will be
given of opening da'.
BAND CONCERT AT THE HA
Accoiding to his usual custom,
Mr. Graham, manager of the Ha
waiian Hotel, made every requisite
preparation for the accommodation
and comfort of visitorsto the band
conceit at that hotel, last night.
The customary illuminntion of varie
gated Chinese and Japanese lan
terns and incaiidescentelectric lights
supplemented that of the "Queen of
Night." llundicdi of visitors
thronged the hotel balconies and
grounds, among whom were many
of the Swiftsure, the Alert, and the
The conceit was by the Hawaiian
and the Swiftsure bands. The first
named led with two selections, and
was followed with two pieces by the
latter. The Hawaiian boys then
sang sevcial popular native songs,
after which the two hands united,
and played together, Mr. Bergcr,
our own bandmaster, ahd Mr. Lose
by, bandmaster of the Swiftsure,
attending in the leadership.
It is well known that nothing un
complimentary can bo said of the
perfoi manccs of the Hawaiian baud,
and last night's productions of the
Swiftsure band also merited the
bi:foiu: ritnsTOK J.
"Wednksdav, Nov. 14.
In admiralty. G.W. Macfarlanc&
Co. vs. bark 11. Hackfcld. Libel for
damages against the above-named
vessel, on account of two casks of
claret broached and damaged on tho
voyage from Liverpool. The vessel
and apparel, etc., were attached on
tho 13th by order of tho Court. It
was agreed at tho hearing that the
depositions of Capt. AVolters and
Theodor Torgenson should be taken
before Wm. Poster, Clerk of Court,
for use in further proceedings. Re
turn day was fixed as December
-ltli. At the hearing to.-day these
depositions were tiled, in which
Capt. Wolters admits that two out
of four casks of claret were not
landed in good order ; ono having
been bored, he supposed, by steve
dores in Liverpool, as they were
stowed whero his crew could not
reach them during the voyage,
the other being gnawed into by rats,
against which precautions had been
taken on board. Upon Cnpt. Wol
ters as principal, and II. Hackfcld
& Co. as sureties, tiling a condi
tional bond approved by libellant,
tho Court ordered that tho Marshal
release tho vessel. Paul Neumann
for libellant; J. JI. Monsarrnt for
iii'.koiu: DOM'., J.
Chilton and Uradley vs. Minister
of tho Interior. Hearing continued
fiom previous days, on petition for
mandamus to compel respondent to
issue retail liquor Jicenso to ono of
petitioners. Hearing concluded und
decision reserved. A. S. Ilnrtwell
for petitioners; Attorney-General
O. W. Ashford for respondent.
HE PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho
Dally Bulletin 50 eta per mootliv
gwgyjgjwjgTjtiwggCTw wwnrwTipf i yu irprwyrmHaB
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following are booked to leave,
at the olllcc of Messis. W. G. Irwin
11Y TUP. MAllIl'OSA, NOV. 17tH.
W. L. Hopper, T. 15. Wills and
wife, Morris Juda, wifo and chil
dren, J. II. Kennedy, A. D. Tho
mas and wife, C. T. Hancock and
wife, Mrs. G, Waller.
11T Tllli AUSTRALIA, NOV. '20TII.'
T. II. Ilobron and wife, Miss
Gray, Hon. A. Jaeger and wife,
Miss 15. 15. Chaffee, A. Young, Jr.,
A. S. Wilcox, G. N. Wilcox, Miss
Hughes, Chas. A. King, W. F. C.
Hasson, 15. A. Dcnickc, M. Hyman
nnd child, Albert Strauch.
For tho Colonics:'
UY T1IU ALAMLUA NOV. 24tII.
Mrs. Adricnnc Dudoit and Albert
Royal Hawaiian Opera House,
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Nov. lfilli, 10th & 17lh.
Apple's Congress of Europoau Wonders
Without exception the Greatest Show
ever put together, headed by
The Great uud Ouly
5 S1LBONS 5
Whose performance cannot bo des
cribed and mn it be seen.
Tho JAI.K IIIIOTUKKH,
Who in thoir lino stand unequalled. J
aiCHSrs. aiOU&TOX . dahiiivay,
The Greatest Triple Bar Performers
in the world.
IiITTJjE IliX VJCCTOIUA,
One of the Silver Thread.
John Pholt & Troup of Pantomimists,
And a whole boat of others.
Remember, 3 Performances Only.
Doors Open 7:30iai2?Commcnces at 8.
-IM.tIC.I3H A.fc U8UAI-.1M
J3fSea s can hcMcond ill the olllre
of L. J. Lcviy. l!o plan for I'llday's
Pcrtoimiincc uill be open ou Kiiibvy
moinitiK at !l o'clock.
L. J. LEVEY,
03 til lliisilu-Hs riiimijirr.
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles.
Ho.NOLUi.r, Nv. 8,'t-fc8.
UATT.YLION ORDERS, No. C.)
I71VKRY nii-mhi't of I lilt, com
li tnand is hereby ordered to
upiiuiu i the Armory on FRI
DAY, Nov. 10th, ut 1 o'clock
i. m., in Fatigue Uniform, for
Competitive- Company Target
Pnictiec 'or the ltitle presented
by Hartley & Urahuin, of New
York. Per order.
II. P. HEIiDARD,
Captuiii mid Adjutant. 01 td
Under the Auspicud of the
Hawaiian Rifle Association
Friday, Bov. 1688
Couiineiu'lnt; at lO u. in.
1st Match at 200, 500 & 600 yds-
Oj en to all comers. Entrance fee,
$1 1st prize, !)0 per cent of neeipln;
t'nd, 20 per cint; iird, 10 per cent.
Military Itillex; icguhiliuu pull 0
lhi. 7 shots nt each dlslauco.
2nd Match at 200 yds
Open to all comers. 10 shots. En
tries unlimilid. lbt prize, liO pur
cent of rceciptB; 2nd, '20 percent;
3rd, lOperceni. Conditions, as above.
3rd Citizens Match, 200 y da
Open to all comer", except J. Bro
die, J. Rothwell. O. B. Wilson, F.
HuBtace. J. II. Fisher, W. O. King,
O. II. Nicoll, J. W. Pratt, C. W.
Ashford, P. J. Higgings and E.
lllnglcy. G shot each. Entries un-
1 limited. Prizes an follows: 1st, 20
per cent; 2nd, ID por cent;Srd, 10
jlor cent, and 0 prizes of 5 per cent
nf receipt. . Any rillp. No nir Bel,
triggers or lelercoperf. allowed
C3f Rules and Reputations as adopted
by the Hawaiian Ritic Association to
govern competitors. No competitor shall
receive more than ono prize.
C H. NICOLL,
I . ' Secretary.
MpiIE annual meeting of tho s'ock
X holders of Wilder's hteamshlp t'o.
(Limited), will ho held at their olllce,
In this city, MONDAY, Nov. 10. 1888,
at 9 o'clock A. m. ti. B. ROVE,
08 It Secretary.
'"pilE annual meeting of tho stock
JL lioldeifi of tho Kahnhii llallrond
Co., (Limited), will le held at their
olllco, in this city, MONDAY, Nov. 10,
1888, at 10 o'clock A. M.
' W. O. AVILDEB,
08 tl Tieasurer.
rpiUl annual meeting of the stOLk.
J. holltrs of tlio Hawaiian Mallroud
Co,, (Limited), will be held at their
olllco, In this city, MONDAY, Nov. 10,
1888, ut li o'clock a. u.
Xf, O. WILDER,
08 4t Tieaturer.
rPHE DAILY BULLETIN iaallvo
X evening paper. 00 cents per month
M ice !
tftittce$ under fill head er charged 10 cents
per tinefr the first insertten, and 6 ctnli per line
tvery addltltnal insertion.
"O VAN'S BOAT BUILDING
J.V SHOP. Rear of Liica'-Mil,
ESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have jmt received o Auttltnlia
another lot of thai " PHILADELPHIA
LAGER HEHB" in keg, which they
aru nllerlnj; to their customers. U7 1 w
California Land Association.
THE undersigned lHve been appointed
agents nt Honolulu for the above
syndicate, and have been furnlMicd wllh
plans and lints ef Calllornia LtiikIm for
sale. Intending purchasers of Lands in
California can obtain tho ncccwary in.
ff rmallon at the olllco nf
J. E. BKOWN CO.,
nnv.14 2S Merchant strict.
Per 8. S. Australia,
At The Beaver Saloon
. Iff. J. NOL.TE, Proprietor.
MAKE ROOM FOR
During Sir. Pishel's absence, who
went East to buy his Holiday
Goods, our entiic stock of
Fancy Clothing. HIkioh, HntH Jt
:aim, aillllncry, Ac,
Will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
In oidor to make room for Now
Goods. Wo will odor the
Biggest Bargains in
DRY and FANCY GOODS!
In this country.
Our 55 Hats will bo sold for $2.75 ;
Our $0 Hats will bo sold for $3.75;
Our .113 Hats will bo sold for $1.75;
Our $10 Hats will bo sold for $0.00;
Our $15 Hats will be Bold for $8.75.
We lave Remits
. Ii all Deprifiiils !
Goods will be slaughtered for
THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
Boys' Fine Straw Hats only 25
Our Linen Lawns take tho cake.
Price our Ribbons
Our stock oi Ribbons is complete and
you may expect bargains.
We Must nnd wo Will sell in oider to
make room for New Goods.
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
Corner ol Fori & Hotel Streolt.
iwm yi ii, iyya
G.I & 65 FOHT STBEET.
Wew Goods ! "SSSlo-
Tho ladies are invited to inspect our
KKW STOCK oflHtY ttOOUS Jfc FANCY SOOI)M
Received by hist steamer and personally selected by Mr. S. Ehrlich. Tho
stock comprises many novelties in every department.
Prices are Bed Rock. A largo assortment of
Xioss3 GJ-oocis in all New Slxadlee !
Embroideries, Laces it Oriental Lace, Flouncing,
Pancy Flannels, Flannelette, Tricot & Ladies' Cloth, otc.
Largo Assort, in Dross Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Chambray & Cheviots.
jNcav oSovoltloK In ItulioN' Uoi-llu Shn-vvlH !
Ladies' (JasiH'niere Scarf Shawls in all shades,
Hosiery, Corsets & Undurwaro at low priciH
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets !
We call particular attention to our Shoo Department.
A E'till S.inu of Iridic' French Kid Button MIiock,
A Full Line oi'Gcnt'N Suacf,
CIiilurcii'M French Kid Shoe at Bed IIoclc l'ricf 8.
3RitloxiH IM3B30rS JE,ilbloii s
In all Widths, Colors & Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and Children's Clothing !
Gent's Bathing Suits at $1.G0 a Suit.
-83s T H
EJO-.1 Sc COMPANY.
lent's Fnsfiing Ooods, &o.
To Monti ilWltMhftlQlEflOl!
For Sale, Tahiti Bamboo
FOK Hat Making. Knrly application
Uif Iw J. K. BllOWN & CO.
A NEAT Cottage of I'oni
Koouig, lliitli-rooni hi
the House, and Out-liouse.-j,
Mormons Church, now oi'cu
Jlr. Voirel. A only to Mr.
Vogel, at lloffschlaeger & Co.'s
grounds, two suites oi a ur
uUhcd Itoome, with bath and drcs
intr ioouih, suitable tor housekeeping,
and If wanted an addltloiml room can
bo added to cither. Also, a CotUige,
with bath, stable and cairlago loom.
Address P. O. Box COO. 77 lm
HOUSE to LET.
THE House and Premises
lately occupied by W. S.
Luco. h.eq., situate ou Union
street iiud Adams Lane. Tho House
contains purlor, bedroomo, 3 dressing,
rooms, hull way, dining room, pantry and
kitchen. There Is also a Cottage in the
grounds with H room, siahle, carriage,
houfco and uerviiiit's room. Tho place Is
in pcrfcet order. IWcesioti given at
once Apply to
J. M. MON.SARRAT,
87 tf No. 27 Merchant slrtet.
IN answer to hovoral eniiultles con
cerning Whale Boat Ki tunes, wo
have now In coiuse of construction,
a Whale Boat Frames 74 feet by U2 feet
long. These frames aro bent In one
piece ot oak, and held to shape, thus
lequlrltiK little tact to set them up and
build. The full frame- for such boats,
liHiliidlnir cants. 45 sections ill number.
Is sold at 828; with largo stems on keel,
and ready to plank $40. They are not
Intended to bo clinker built, nor as the
frail Imported whale boats proper, but
aru Intended for rough use and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for ilshlng aud
trading purposes. We have exported
these frames and Intend doing so, and
iiinko this offer to amateurs aud others
desirous ot trjlng their hand, with
plenty of leisure and small cash to make
a business. "Will bend frames to any
f;lvcn model fiom 5 to 'JS tons. Also on
land for sale Surf and Pleasure Boats.
Stems, Knees and Timbers. Mutual
Telepliono Ho 323.
DOWER & SON.
70 tt Boat Builders,
HI I HHWiLmIWIHi II IPH JiHiWiMij t ,i
-o&3r New Goods I
G3 & G5 Fort Street.
LOT FOR SALE
?5 W KMK street, opposite
V Mr. Athertoa's. Has a
frontagu of 93 feet by 23t
feet deep. Apply to
73 lm JOHN BOWLER.
ELECTION of OFFICE IS.
AT the annual meeting of the Hu.
muula Sheep Station Co. held this
duy, the following ofllceis were elected
for tho ensuing year: ,
-Augutt llaneherg Preild it, :
Ed.Buhr 1 J?
( Trtasui r,
Arm In llaneherg Audit ir,
August G i amberg
Manager of Wikala,
Munagcr of Kaleleua.
Honolulu, Nov 12, 18S3. if lw
rpiIIS is to certify that tie Larg and
X Commodious Dining Rooms tf tho
Will he shortly extenslrely altered,
whereby greer convenience and :om.
fort will bo afforded to patronB, vhllo
tho tables will bo supplied with every
luxury obtainable at the morkt s to.
gcthcr with the very best of Tea' and
Collce. tarTerms, $5 per week.
88 2w Proprle or.
.FOK SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho Al Hteamshlp
Will have Honolulu for tho above . j
Tuesday, Nov. HO,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. O. IEWIN & CO., Agents,
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