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Will bo for Btdo
lowinn: Iluoes :
J. M. OAT, Jr. &Co.,... Merchant street
T. O. THRUM ...Fort street
N. P. BURGESS.Ji King-street
WOLFE I CO: fii........ Cor. King and NuUanu lit
c. j. McCarthys. .............liotei rer
CR VS I'AL SOD A' WORKS . I Hotel ttreeet
Clrcujat 8 r. !mV
Skatlne Rink ktr7 ku&
Y. P. C. E. clitfaiso'MV
Cash tale at fceveytiat!tton,'i?6oht,kBeaVr
Block, At 10 a. M.
The circus and-churches ran opposw
tioriilafel 'nigll r The 'circus 'had! the
HortfA.' S. Cleghorn will for
Governor Dominis during his absence
on the other islands.
The fine radishes seen on Mr. Noltc's
lunch tables yesterday were- raised by
his customers from the plates
Mr. W. A. Bowen, the book-keeper
of Castle & Cooke's, is expected to
arrive double by to-day's steamer.
clerk at two oclock every morning
jars the whole block when he shakes
It is rumored that the street sprint
line carts and the boot-blacks have
entered into n deadly conspiracy against
The boatstcc.rcr of the whaler dipt
Horn Pigeon is .supposed to have left
by'one of 'the Island steamers which
went 1 uesday evening.-
Thos. -H. manager tof tlie
Pawaa Dairy, will return by the steamer
to-day and will immediately resume
his active duties at the ranch.
The Wailuku SutfanCbmpany hhve
elected the! following 'officers for the
coming year.: William H. Bailey, Presi
dent: P. C. Tones, Treasurer; . W, W.
Hall, Secretary ; M. P. Robinsbh AtA
The glofid'pus'heW ofH6tel 'street
contemplate organizing a club.- It will
be reqnisite that each member is able
to' make continuous' runs of twenty
points before they are admitted.
The barkentine W. II. Dlmond
brought dowri2 rollers weighing 1 1 tons
each and 2 cogwheels 14 feet in dia
meter and weighing 9 tons each all for
the Koloa Plantation.' They will be
shipped by the steamer Planter'.
Mr. James Boyd will takb a short cut
through bankruptcy. His many friends
will give him a hearty welcome when
he returns. Those who have kept a
slate will appear before the Cpurtto,
prove their claims on next Monday the
x A lamp exploded night before last in
a poi house at the upper end of Fort'
street and was pu'eout in a novel'irian
ner by one of the inmates, who im-
over it. . uaraagq seventeen ana a
The King's armiytarched last night
The circus couldribteyenj'kcep .Ujerri.
from theirdtftvV Thevmrfrchefdjlfrom'
thcif armorirtojalbosition iriVfrontl of
r. u i'-i.. J5,:MV.Vi aV.. It,,
4U1. Al.UJC( Biuiuuii - iiui;i lint.
tast night about seven fj'cldckfthe
horses pel$ngipg;to thfenmlkfyagon
which;' "'drive's' along"' KHngVsfcrefeifAvtJre
startldtltbvJa' noise atthe1 Side :6f the
roafl, which started ,the hdfs'csrtntosal
runl -The. Wagon waiVitojpe'd near the'.
corMof King and!"Ricrfalid'streefsV
with nobody hurt.
Mr.itdclDonald whd lives' iri. one
of (Mfj Bolster's hplfsesori Ricliardl
strdet. lloekbdUD ' of more .' fine
chickens Hiljht 'beforeMasrAyheh he went
tn lffil. , YpstfirHariiorVifncr whbrtlifr
we(Mo i'ere hll 'gone,
Sorrlir Japanese wljo We lat4lyfvcqme
to live Iri- thel nHghbbriftjodrare
of ass'lstihgMr? .MaTfTJonald's
fetthqrjids bipeds to theirpYesent
The North Pacific Missionary Insti
tute has re-opened with twelve students.
Two Vnore are expected to come next
week, rthd' thcri the number will be
fulb Tlie. students support themselves
by their manual labor in the afternoons
and on Saturdays. Any person wishing
work done promptly and handily
at such times will help on a good cause
by employing one of the. students from
the Institute, 56 Punchbowl street.
The' 'trial of trchgth between 'twd
gossips on Hotel street yestesday afternoon
resulted in a victory for the
younger woman.- The older woman
at the work of
scandal, but along towards night
hetf'strentith failed and her lips refused
their office. The woman is not discouraged,
however, and declarees that
her gossip makes up in quality of its
deadrV poison what the other woman
gains' in clamor.
Last, night when the Batallion was
coming back to the armories a hack
go't'Tn trie' way of the line wheri it was
forcing in' fron't'bf the Armory' before
thev turned, in. It was Mr. Tim Sulli
van's hick.: When fie found he could
not handle his horse he let him go
arid he jbr6kc'a hole through one of the
companies and knocked several of the
During the "military1 evolution' ldst
evening, in front of the Palace, a
French gentleman, an acquaintance of
His Majesty's, standing near and in
conversation with the King.tfwagt un
ceremoniously seized by a police-officer
and a veritable assault committed.
The gentleman resented the insult in a
forcible manner; and.ns a consequence
of his timerltyj.Avould have been
"iuurjed" but for: thd' interference of
Major Bdkcr, whd'qule'ted matters for
Yesterday morning1"" a - vegetable
Chinaman set his"basletpdownin front
of a house on Schtfdl'strce't'and went
inside to make:perchancc, a sale.
When he returned1 he" found a stray
horse investigating thecontehts'of one
of his baskets with1' apparantly thf
greatest intcrestr The indignant 'vendor
politely but- firmly yreq'uestpd the
animal tramp to ''fmtiv'eori." A final
computation of losses showed that the
basket was minus seven cents worth ol
carrots a bread fruit and two dozen
.bananas. No insurance.
The circus held their second performance
last ninht. The audience
was only moderately large. The number
wouldhave been "greater; had' not
the churches, the volunteering' companies
and the private rackets, taken
the day or rather night. There was no
new performance in the ring. The
pedal act by the Japanese was immense.
The after clap by the entire company
waslgddd as far hs. 'it went, whichj was
clear through the hearts of the
people sd to speak the horse back
riding was as fair as any that has been
given here for the past three years, and
the tumbling and overleaping was done
to the edge of perfection.
By order of His Majesty a grand
concert will be given at the Hawaiian"
Hotel this evening at ' 7:30 p.m., in
honor of the opera foup& -expected
here by the Alaiiieda -The grounds
will bo' brilliantly the
new'Japanese lanterns that on
casion or the last concert gave the place
the appearance of a veritable fairy
scene. The following .programme will
Match Serenade" " ... .Fortl
Overture Italians'in Alrjier R6rsini
Fantasia Wack'Cloaks Buccalossl
Selection Nabucco , Verdi
Alolia Oe 1 Aloha Oe I
Selection Grand Mogul new.- Audran
Waltz Sec Saw: ,. . Crowe
Gavotte Conti Visscur
March Euterpe Eilenbcrg
A batallion drill" took' place at
seven o'clock last night. The different
companies formed early in the evening
at tho Esplanade. The King was
present. He was dressed in a suit of
black. The different' companies
marched Up- Fort street and along
King street to a position in front
Of Mr. J, A. Hopper's house, where
the brave soldiers went through some
three evolutions and several movements,
At about half past ten the different
companies left'the place, and -marched
back to their barracks. 1 he drill was
an improvement upon any that have
been held heretofore, yet' taken as a
whole was aH the boys could expect
when the commanding officers were
not up to snuff. The corps generally
were disgusted with their leaders.
The tftyl of
of Oihuj Jail, (for adiilterjs
peenlcomfnitied with thai
was a'n assistant ih his1 family,lwas
in the Polifcel CourMytfstefday
and .evidence fonUhfpip'sfecutiori w4
bffMd. t 'The Police 1 Justice! used his
Iprerbga.tiveV and the5 'trial' was
ducted in the absence of the- pUblid,
even including unrigh'tebtlslyj newspaper
"repres'ehtativVsi Trie! pase Iwill
bc.nrbbrblv' !c6htiriuedt this lafteriiborf.
Th'ef this case, thrdugh
his counsel. should demand
trial asthe'mbre tdneiies that mav cive
'ment, ' considering the prominence
whichMhc afTairMias obtained in lbcal
circle's. Mr. WA. ThurstonV E'sqj, is
engaged' witlf Deputy , on
behalf- df:the" prosecution arid Mr.
I'; M. Hatcli'appears for the defendant.
NighV.heforeiast; two young blobds,
Vho hold a-large portionl of the town
under .control' in tieir"qWn estimtttion,
both decided thevi tntvt' pll about circus
pride's' hdretbfbre,Vvin Honolulji,
and attempted -to settle the question
for t.rU' general public by using tlje
fpqVsiirgunient. One of them, ' put dp
Government money, and the other
hypothecated Hawaiian dollars, secured
by real estate collecting. After the bet
was made, both gentlemen Dackeu
down. Ond Was afraidto call stakes,
and the other dar'sn't. The little difference
of opinion still remains nn
settled for the reason that both gentle
men mustered up sufficient courage to
see each other ' the next morning and
agreed sub rosa to take' down the cash
they were so keen to put up the evening
; before.' Will somebody' please
inform the public if the prices of the
previous circus were $1.25, $1.00, 75
cents, and $0 cents, or $1.25 and $1.00.
They say : that the still waters of
grief percolate through the weekly
Batch of Honolulu social gossip; that
the planters as a body do riot' endorse
nil the individual views of members j
that there were about 250 tins of opium
landed from the last steamer; that the
wheel within the wheel, or rather the
ring within the ring knows where it
went to; that while absolute proof cannot
be furnished of' the importution
spoken' of, yet the argument of probabilities
amounts to almost a moral. certainty;
that the band concert at the
Hotel to-night will be a delightful
affair; that the circus. and opera troupe
will Oram tnc town' ot small
before they leave; that the coming of
Hi?.," ' TsV7y?,,ww,f
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DMhY HONOLlJcLUvPRESS.HTfHyQA OCTOBER. 22flms
-to-day will suffice, to clear
up several uncertainties; that the rrian
who dropped his bottle of beer at the
corhef "of Fott and Merchant streets
nighVbefdrcr last did not miss it until
themext morning; that the most serious
political complications can be blown
away with promises; that the best sermons
arc sometimes preached sub rosa;
and that the opposition tickets will
truly be made up next week by the
Government party and published
Answers to Correspondent.
Bertie. How you do carry on I
you ought to know and appreciate,
however; that we had nothing whatever
to ! do in the matttr. Of course the
Advertiser had a walk-over, everybody
R. B. As -to the opera, troupe, we
understand that they are all coming
and will carry but the' programme just
is it. has been represented to those who
have subscribed to the fund.' Of
course anything else, would 'be a
J. B. L'm. We don't propose -to tell
you anything about how we got onto
the opium raidi, but if you send any of
you spies here to find out what you
ought to know well," we'll teach' you
how to put a flea into the auricular
acre on" the side of your employer's
Fort Street. Why certainly, you
ought to have asked us before. - If you
will come to the Press office to-morrow
morning at three o'clock,' after we
have read our last proof, we will spend
the remainder of the night telling you
social gossip that will make your hair
stand on end. Of course we charge
for such information.
Carpenter. No we havn't seen the
building plans you speak- of for the
contemplated changes in the Premier's
hbuse on Merchant street. Perhaps
you refer to the drawings for improvements
going on in the Attorney General's
house. Yes, it may be that the
first mentioned improvements may not
take place if the King carries out some
of his good intentions, so often hinted
at when the people kick. If you are
desirous of getting the job we advice
y6u to "pool" your interests with
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports.
San FRANtisco, Am. Schr
och. Ducat Kahului Sept. 5-10.
Portland, Or, Am. bk AldeniBessie. ....
O'Brien. Due Nov. 1-5. K.W. Lainc Agt.
New York, Am. bk Martha Davis
Benson. Due Nov. C. Brewer &
New YoRK.Nofc'bJrLovsi'RtNGV. . . .Thomp-son.
Due Nov. 20 35. Caseje& Cooke Agts.
Liverpool, Btit. bk Cimlena Davits
To sail in Aug. T. H.Davies & Co.Agnt.
Hongkong, Haw brig AllieRowe. Holland
Due Oct 25-30.
Glasgow, Brit, bk Lizzie iREDAL&.Iredale
Due Nov. 15-20 F. A. bchacfer 4c Co.,
Jaluit, Haw. schr jENNlCAVXtKER.
Anderson, uuc inov. racinc
Bermen. Ger. bk C. R. Bisiior
Due Nov. 5 10.. H. Hackfe(d Co.1,
Port Townsend, Am. bk Ceylon. .Calhoun
Dile . Allen & Robinson, Agents.
"5AN Francisco, Am.bktne W. H. Dimond
Houdlett. DJu 7 W. 0. Irwin &
1 Co., Agents.
San FSancisco, Am. bktne Ella Howe
Djs Nov, i. C. Brewer ': Co., Agents.
New Castle, Willie McLean
Dae . Wilder Ai Co., Agents.
Hongkong, Brit, bk Lady' Harwood. '....
, Agents. Dae Oct. 10-15.
Eureka, Schr Jennie -Minor.);
Due Oct. a 1-25. Lewers & Coske,
Merchant Vessels Now la Port.
ferit bk Jupiter Jones
Bktne EUREKAr 1 Lee
Whaler Cafe Horn Pigeon Kelly
Bktne Amelia..'. . . i J.Newhali
Bktne W. H. Dimqnd Houdlett
I Wednesday, October 21
Jflktne W H Dimond from San Francisco
Stmr C R Bishop from Kauai
jSchr Haleakala from I'epeekco
.Schr Waiehu from Kauai
Wednesday, October 21
'Schr Kulamanu for Knhalalele
Schr Leahi, (or Hanalel
rxasKLs LEAi'isa wins dat.
iSchr Waiehu for Kauai ,
.Front Sari..; F.rancisco, per' bktne V H
Dimond, Wednesday, Oct 21 C A Fflstcorn,
wf and 2 ch, W G Smith, J Martin and
Frpm San Francisco per bktne WH Dimond,
Wednesday, October 2115 tanks gasoline,
10 tanks naphtha, 25 pkgs oil, 10 bbls lard
oil, 80 kegs lead,. 600 sks flour, 60 cs bread,
800 sks bran, 75 sks' oats, 35 sks wheat, 50
sks corn, 325 sks meal, 80 pkgs grocs, 300
sks barley, 40 bxs soap, I e, cs whiskey, 50 bxs
candles, 200 bbls lime, 153 hogs, 2 rollers, .2
cog .wheels and other small machinery, 1
Tlie Schr Waiehu brought 566 sks rice. .
The schr Haleakala brought 330 sks sugar
and reports good weather.
The schr Waiehu left Walmea 6 hours after
the schr Mary Foster. The latter has not yet
The captain of the schr Waiehu is unwell,
so that she will probably be commanded next
trip by Capt. D.innell.
The bktne W. II. Dimond arrived yesterday
from San Francisco with two days later news,'
She reports light- winds' ths entire trip bilng
was 18 days co i.ing ,dpiVn.'
TO-NIGHT I FORT ST.!
Tid Circus will be ctoied Friday Evening.
2-- SHO TVS --2
AT 2 P.M., and 8 O'CLOCK.
MATINEE! MATINEE! MATINEE!
Saturday Aftoraooa at 2 O'Oloek.
PRICES: 50 (tali, 75 cents, $123. Children Half-price.
Tickets for Circle and Stalls, may be had
during the day at the Elite Ice Crea-n Parldrs.
The HAWAIIAN ALMAfiAO' 'and
ANNUAL fox 1886, Is now in course ol
publication. Departments and Societies having
corrections to report for the coming issue, will
please do'so at their earliest convenience
Advertisers will please advise concerning
changes or.sps.ee. desired.
THOS. G, THRUM;
Two Houses IiosC
One gray horse, branded T-H. Another
horse, sorrel, branded W.
G. O. NAKAYAMA,'
45-46.47 250 Berctania Street.
By an American of good character and
habits, willing to engage ns Coachnun.ior in
ariy kind of respectable work.- Applyto
i Mrs. A. BREEZE. SOUTHyiCK'i
45-46-46 No. 4 Adam's Lane.
I Furnished Rooms.
, ROOMS, Sineleor Double, can be.had at
j NO. I KUKUI STREET (near Fort).
At the rejulir quarterly raeetlnri 0f the PRESS
PUBLISHING CO..held t tho Office of the Com.
piny, Thursday, October 15, T. S. Southwiclc wt
duly elected Secretary and Treasurer, vice R. S.
Smith, resigned. Per order,
1 T. S. SOUTHWICK, Secretary.
.The Annual Meetinr ol the ONOJtEA SUGAR
CO. will be held on Tuesday, October 37, 1S85,
at the Office :of C- Brewer &Co, Honolulu,tt it
o'clock A.M. sj Id P. C. IONES,5eoy.
A NNUAL MEETING.
will be held on Tuesday, October a, 1885. at the'Office
of C Urewer & Co., HjnoluW. at 10 ;
td 1 u. iumks, oecy.
A NNUAL MEETING."
' The 'Annul! Meettmr,f..the.. PRINCEVILLE,
Brewer s Co., Hon )lulu, on Tuesday, October 90, 1895,
it 10 o'clock A. M. . aa td P. C. JONES, becy.
FurnUheior uifarnlshsl, eenlrally.loeated, .within
ten minutes walk of thj Post OIEce. . .
! ' AddresirP;0.iBox.io7.
WANTED. for an honest,
intellieenthard workinjfb'o'y, 14 ,year"qf 'age,
son of a widow, having a large family ofydung!
children to support, and needing 'aid. l'lease
enquire at Daily Honolulu Press Office,
or particulars. 30-11
ICE CREAWIrPARLORS !
No. 85 Hotel Street.
Delicious flavored Ice Cream made from
Cream. Fruit Ices. Sherbets. Ice
CreanV Drinks and' many other- refreshments'
canue.tounu always at tins really
resort. Choice Confectionery ' and Cakes' In
For the convenience of the public We pack
orders for Ice Cream In Patent Refrigerator
Cans, which hold from I to 40 Quarts, war''
ranted to keep its delightful flavor' and 'perfect
form for many hours.
Illng, L'j) Hell Telephone 182 Or
Mdtiial Telephone -338. '
tzr The Elite IceJ Cream Parlors are open
daily until 11 r. M. 2t ly
LIME, LIME, LIME!
Patronlso Home fifanufa'otnro. '
The Hawaiian Stone1 Company.
Are now prepared to furnish fresh Lime in
quantities to suit purchasers,' and satisfaction
warranted as to both the kind and the price,
si-ma - . AGENTS.
fficitcml , Jbjcctiscmenbu .
WENNER &: CO;,;
Mamiiactuifrioarid Itrljo'ttirlE ' '
It 3B "W JB Xa 3B 3 S ,
iVo. 92 Fort Street.
ltaveluit received per "Manposa." themost'ele.
can assortment ol
Ever brought to this marke.
Clbcks, Watches, Brncolots, Neck
lets, Fins, LockotsMGoId Chains
' and Guards, Sloovo Buttons
And ornaments of all kinds.
Elegant Solid SlW.r T 8si;"
And all kind of. tilvir ware '.suluble fot' 'presenutlon.
Theie goods are all of the finest quality , and latest
designs and comprise a complete 'stock ef all articles In
thU branch of business' which'' wilt ,be told at close
KtJKUl AND JEWELRY
Mad to order.
The repairing branch ofourbusmiakwtregaidils'aa
Important one,.and'allobsnthUtedito. us will.)
be executed la'a
Of every dtxrlptlon done to orJer.i , Particular'atten'
tion'ls paid ts''orders and Job work from the
Crystal Soda' Works,
A'orataa'Watoro of All .Kinds; .
Our Goods axe acknowleged the'CEST. HO CORKS
E USE" PATENT STOPPERS
' In all our Dottles.
'3 We Invite particular attention to our. Pate
Filter, recentlyintroduced, by which all waters used
hour manufactures. Is .absolutely freed' from all
'X3T We deliver our Goods free of charge to all parts
5t the city.
'r9rrtil at e lion raid to Islands' Orders. Address
! 'THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
P O. I10X? HONOLULU, H. I.
(Orders left with Demon, Smith & Co., No. ts Fort
'We also, are agents for the sale of J. W. Hlngleys
Of his own manufacture.! st.im
HOPP & CO.,
I Manufacturer J and Dealers la n
Of eVrry deaerlption.
Mattresaes and Bedding.
Special attention given
Of alt kinds
t3T Jobbing done at reasonable
Telephone No. 143.
CITY SHOEING $H0P;
(OPPOSITE DODD'S STABLES.
Horse Shoeing inall its Branches
Dane in the most workmanlike manner.
Racing ,& Trotting; Shoea a specialty.
Our Rates will be reasonable.
The undersigned, having,bouzh,t out the Interest ol
Mr. James Uodd In the above shop,' solicits a continu
ance of the liberal patronafe bestowed on' the late firm
Mr! J. W. 'McDonald received the highest
Award and Diploma, for' his Hand-made Shoes
at the Hawaiian Exhibition for the year 1M4.
.jtST'IIorsestakeiUQilbeshop ,and returned at short
I, W. McDonald.
Switohbsj' Ourl,' Front Pioobs,
All warranted Natural Hair.'
iNVIStHLB'j Bacic .IlAa'lNTS.
Lad es and Childrens Hair Cutting and
at, store or. resldcncf... ,
Lanfftry Halr Cutting, Specialty. ,
All at San Francisco Prtext'.iv".' '
4 ' 1
9-74 " reStree'Oppeslte Deda's SuVl
citcral .cr.iiBanjents. ,
A jT THOMAS G. THRUM'S
, ) '
Fdtar.STREET STORE, DREWER'S block,
CAN BK roUNP A rULL ASSORTMENT or
rino nail Pomm??pUl. Stationery.
CQmtSTINO IN tAXT or
'Note, Letter, racket Post.Cap, Legal k BUI Paper
Gold, Kteel and Qutl Peni,,n , .
Black Writlnr and .ConyinxInVs, c
Carmine, Violet, and, Blue lnkt ,
D'ion'a,,iFaW,, GiiitneeW a.n'd jGronterger
PVneils. VoU, Rulfief 'and "Celluloid
Papeteries. CaVd Z .
Cap, Letter, Note apd.MemaJaVleti, and Blacks
in Manila and fide papef,'.
"Inlestands, Rulers,,,' , '
UnvtLpej, all six,' pajer,na cloth, lined. ,'
I Very Useful In Oanamenul Work, and ,
' Tim SAMS.,,,.
Plantation Time Boolcs,
Marin's (Manilla) and F(each(wiIte)'CopyIn Paper.
Blank Books in Varfaus'SUee aidStyleeoTVClndlAr,
Roll, Mounted 'and! Uafi'DDtUlI1
PhotottapVFriraea and J?aenwtoats, '. - ,
Auto jraph' and Photo: Albums',' Scrip B00V1 '
Inlaid Work-Boxes And ,W "
1 Artotvpea framed and Unfratnetl,1' . '
, . Ebonlled.Easds 'Brackets and Cbl6ttJ(a '
CelluIoid'Sets of Comb: BroihWdMlrVof,
Ladies IlandiBagSnKetlcvleir Baskets..,
OlUiWI JHS, OUIWI U&.
A Fine Variety otVCranA Birthdajr.Ceids. ,
Poetical, Bltthdar1 and Micellaneous.Books(
IH'tistrated Letter Sheets.'. Pocket and Letter, Hep of
the Illlhdl " Mapi'6f
lOUrCHIRn VltHI).8f KOIO'lOLI...
Windsor & Newton' 'Artists''' Materials.
Oil a'tid'WateriColors Brushes,' Palettes, Canvas, Oils
I . and Varniib, J'laque), pil Cups, etc
Special or extra large books made up to order front
WESTON'S LINEN RECORD" PAPER.
BV COMrSTBNT WORKMEN,
VAVElt IIVLINO XO ANT. TATTBRX,
A FUttINE -"OF ' FLATPAPER'tf,
Pocket-, Edition !:Se4slda..LlbrMT."
tt tAKOC VAEtETy OfiTHEOSTOrULAK AUTHOES
J ANP ,
! MISCELLANEOUS B06K&',V
OTE HEADS.tfeTTfiR 'HEADS.
N( BILL HEA DS and STATEMENT HEAPS
printed ts order by the
ASTOR HOIlI'SE CURE
. DSPEJJPSIA ! .I-'
A Sure Remedy,1 Properly Cooked Food An Ouncaof Pre-
thant a.Pound of .Cure.,
QtfeEtt?t'(eUHotfthis, city is ai cer.utaifien.djshrif sisped ,bjf,
restavr,ant in which they slapvictualst6getherr
and throw'tHe sarne"artheircustomer?'.
Worse by'fariih"ftna'certrjinNeVada' Eating, House where
was'in' the act'of walking, out without) paying. The irate cashier violently
seized a pie crust, took deadly.. aim, jand brought down the unfortunate
free luncher, badly ctit:.'abbut;the Jjead., TIjefGrand Juryiafterwards
held the'eashier to answcrfonassaultwfth..a, deadly weapon. Take for
instance a Honolulu Hashi Factory doughnut when cooled oil A'
leadenbullet. is no where in of the.HOT,
CAKES would prove, iinworkable'fot mending.oldjhpeBprdiwilliStretcli
furtherthan any rubber band ever etc., vtieliveEus
The ,above named instances ofjeooking depraVijtyJarchi'ucri;Jt6. be)
Arecent: change in the Proprietorship, of, thcASTQR ,HQUS15
(at all times famous for good grub) enables, tlic.managcmcnt to greatly.
suppression of. such villlahous Systems of careless, cooking,
which" tend-in, such,.a marked degree to ,de,sirpy t,he Huroan.. Diges.tye
organs. Upon all occasions it will beifound a real luxury to step into our
Dining Parlors (no flies) and there Jartake of a savory meal cooked by
our Champion Chef.
Every morning .Boarders. and Transient .German,
Pancake, Tender LoinPortechouse,,oriSirlpinStealr,vith
orjwitUdiilubnioni)Prim'ci',HaTOand fre3h eggs Royal Breakfast
Bacon, Fish every day, Rib Mutton Chop' (none but the best of
material, .used,.) The ,middayf, bill of fare ny 'published on the Bulletin
Board is something tftat evcrybbdy should "rcaid 1 arid inwardly" digest.
For, suppcrvwe, supply in addition ;to the substantial goods. Sponge
cakeic&.qrcam, JfilU?J,' F'ruit.jand various otKer" dainties.' Some
of our would-be competitors are surpriwdi to: know, ihow., weucan sell a. .
meal, tickets for, $4.59. And -n Pur elegantlHVappointed,:privateidlning
, , room only qharge 35 cent for meal.
The secret given away; the, ASTOR HOUSE is
ceritrallylo'catedandt doing 4arg Transient cash trade. Meals at all
hours ''produces a constant flowtokready money, thereby, enabling us to
go out to the market and buy at reduced rates for cash. Our patrons
bencfit'iofi.thii stiperipr system of dealing., All who have not "
yeCexperjtSpcethe luxury ofeajirjf at the Astor House can now come
right ,iWn.d bernadeiwelcomeatfithe oldest established Dining Rooms
in .the- Hawaiian Kingdom 351 mo. .
OJT.T MATTHEW'S HALL, SAN MATEO, CAL.
a, scn,Qo"K iron boys.
Under Military. Dls,cipline.
Located In the, heautifut irtUagepf '.Sao'ltatep, ,'on tl)e Southern Pacihc R. R., at miles frem San Franci
Euablishedjln..il6s. '. Fourteen Initructors'of reoutation and ablllrv. The buildinea are exttnsln.
heated bf siaant and aia In erety way arranged fo? the
' " " '
beelns'July 4."" ','"
For further iafermatloa , aid catalecue,'ustut,i
.,.., ..' ,
$ tnc.rrtl bbcrtiscmcutoi
Nd. 3, For Rent The premlies' ,
ately" above' and adjoining' th(it'ist above
mentioned, and known as the '
1 Andrews Homestead. '
throughput and newly papered rind painted.
Will be let, or rented, for'a term of years at
Nd. 4,v For Slo,'prO;Let,. The premUei.
owned and lately
OCOUPfED BYW, 0. 8MITH, ,
Situated on' Pertsieola'streetr hatirifa4ff
en ftHfwla itrttt .cfaoojttt., , '
Lad on throurJKbufAKefemisis,n,wllh gat
. machine complctc.AUo,vav cistern,, with a
capacity of jooo bbls. connected with the
Governrrieht' plpes,fdruse iiit caie of drodgtbtV
or fire. The
tlie Seal .
Iatunriyaledqng wty.oV bj 98; owing
the. elevation. f thepremues.. Price, $U,-,W
500. Terms Cash,- dr one-third: to One-half 10
cash,; balance on mortgage rt 8 per cent.
Nt. S-' 'P'oraie or VriU be' rWd kf'a
A, Zotfvith 'JVdrtr. Dwelling JUoue
and- iOuthotwei,, .
Situate-- on - Klnau" strecti. near the . .resU j
j ;dence;of WR. Castlei - Sale'on account.'
fof departure. Price' $3,600,' Terpis. (csh, "
or part cash and balance on mortgage at 8 '
I haye, for sale share,: in the following corporations at
hs nrlces named i
I rAR VALUE.
Hawaiian Agrtcultural'Cd.. 1 ft $'g8 too '
Petiole' lee .Co. ri,niitat(n.... '- - nt JCO
Wilder.VSltamiluii Co,.. " lxi .,100 ...
Iriter Islands. N, Co " 110 100
EjO.Hall ft Son " 5 1UJ
Mutual Telephone... " 10
lIwiUnilell Telephone. " 35
Halawa Sugar Co., , ,. " So 10
Hawaiian CarrlaRe'Man'fg Co. i... " too fxua
Paukaa Sugar Co. . , "
Pai.v; ,., ' ion1 .scol.
Woodlawn Dairy. 96 tco
NYailukuSqgw.Co....... ' SOI CO
3$ Merchant slre".Ui ' STOCKIBROKER.
j T, J. SPENCE,.
The Michigan;1 Pbttratt , Cbmp'y t
Producers, of the Finest .Grades of India Ink, Wafer
dokr'Cr'ayon and' Pa'siel 'PoVtralti:" H.iJefoart SS
ai King Bres,, Hole) '
health and " nfert of Ihe'cauetsT'Trinlty'ScsiIei
address" ' ..'.... j, ..
Rbt. ALFRSB LXK HREWRR, M. A., V