Newspaper Page Text
THE ROUMELIAN TROUBLE
Spain and Germany.
troops which formed the garrison of
Salonica are marching northward toward
the Roumelian frontier. The
Bulgarians are entrenched at Prcstina,
in Roumelia, near the frontier,
Athens, Oct. 12 The Minister of
the Interior has received a telegram
from King George, in which the King
thanks his subjects for their patriotic
The students here are appealing to
the students throughout Europe to
raise their voices against the injustice
done against the Greek nationality
through the Bulgarian union The
Archbishop of Zante offeis to devote
his whole stipend to the national
Vienna, Oct. 13 Austria has advised
Servia to stop her war preparations
and adopt a peace policy,
Prince Alexander has sent his confi
dential adviser on a secret personal
mission to the Sultan. The Ambassa'
dor will inform the Sultan that Prince
Alexander is willing to go to Constantinople
in proof of his devotion, and he
desires a customs union and an offensive
and defensive alliance between
Bulgaria, Roumelia and Turkey,
Belgrade, Oct. 13. The German
Minister has started for Nissa, to con
sent to peace. King Milan, in replying
to the Turkish Minister's demands for
the status quo, or to force Servia to
agree to it, Greece will be satisfied and
Bismarck will concur, but there appears
to be little c.hance that they will Agree.
King Milan's Jillciiimii.
London, Oct. 74. It is reported
that King Milan ol Servia has iniormcd
the Powers that he must either go to
war or abdicate his throne. He has
prepared a manifesto to his army,
which it is expected will be issued
Constantinople, Oct 14. The
Porte is awaiting the final reply of the
Powers before taking decisive action.
A portion of the Cabinet recommend
the recognition of the Bulgarian union,
but the other members are of the
opinion that Greece and Servia will remain
tranquil if the union is not recognized.
The adherents ot the military
party, viewing the silence of the
Powers, assert that they unagreed as to
what course to pursue, and urge that
Bulgaria be invaded; that the Bulgarian
town of Widda be given to Servia
in order to weaken Bulgaria and
Servia, and that the districts of
Hcrmauba, Hoskauli and Pornaki be
seized as u war indemnity. The Sultan
hesitates between these divergent counsels,
leaning rather toward a concilia
tion. Meanwhile the war prcperations
arc going on unabated. Krupp has
been urged to hasten the delivery of
guns, payment for which has been
guaranteed. Everything indicates an
early invasion of Bulgaria. In leading
Turkish circles the opinion is expressed
that a majority of the Powers are in
clined to refuse to recognize the Bulgarian
union, as- they consider that
such a course would be least dangerous
to European peace. Marquis
the French Ambassador, and Herr
Von Radowit7, the German Ambassador,
expresses an astonishment that the
Turkish Government did not send
troops to Eastern Rpunclia at the beginning
of the trouble. The other
Foreign Ministers arc less outspoken.
Telegram sent to lllsmarclt,
Nissa, Oct. 15. Tlw German Am
bassador, after a conference with King
Milan yesterday, sent a Jong telegram
to Prince Bismarck.
The Cession of ITlddln,
Paris, Oct. is. It is stated that
Austria is in favor of the cession of
Widdin to Servia, but that Germany
and Russia refuse their consent.
Count Corn, the'Italian Ambassador,
presided at the Roumelian Conference
to-day. The Ambassadors sent their
respective dragomans to inform the
Porte that they had agreed to condemn
the violation of the Berlin Treaty
by the union of Roumdia and Bulgaria,
and they approved the pacific
attitude of the Porte.
Itoutnel la's Enthuilasm lining Out.
New York, Oct. 15. The Herald's
Constantinople special says : The Gov
ernor and other officers of Eastern
Roumelia have arrived. They say the
enthusiasm of Eastern Roumelia for
the Bulgarian union was beginning to
cool down : in fact, requisitions were
enforced everywhere to meet the necessities
of defensive preparations. They
added as if the Turkish troops advance
and obtain a victory, the Roumelian
population will probably declare at
once for a restoration of the old order
of affairs under Turkey. Great military
pieparations have occasioned great
disquiet. The Sultan has asked for
explanations, The Greeks have been
talking very big about what they intend
to do. They say that the moment is
fast arriving when the Turks will have
to choose between fighting the Bul
garians or fighting them, unless the
great powers settle matters very quickly,
by restoring the Balkan Peninsula to
the status quo, A large supply of artillery
horses has just been ordered from
Hungary in order to remedy the weak
point in the present mobilization, The
Turks are now able to put plenty of
guns' in the field.
Hell's Case In T.ondan.
London, Oct. 13. The appeal of
Louis Reil came up to-day for argument.
His London lawyer, Francis Henry
Jcunc, immediately on the opening of
court, asked for a postponement until
the arrival of Fitzpatrick, Rett's Canadian
counsel, who was bringing with
him an important document respecting
the matter. Webster,' the Attorney-General,
opposed the request. The
court, however, agreed to postpqnc the
case until the 21st inst. The courtroom
was crowded, but there was no
Reil has been further respited to the
The Small-Tor Epidemic.
Montreal, Oct. 13. Eighty new
cases of small-pox were reported yesterday,
50 of which were verified. The
ttudents of McGill Colli ge have been
v.iccinnted. The Mount Royal Hospital
at the exhibition grounds was for
mally taken possession of by the
Mayor this afternron, and two car
ol patients were taken there
A detachment of police relieved the
troops and will look after the piotection
of the grounds in the future. An application
for an injunction to prevent
the lease of the exhibition buildings as
a hospital was heard to-day, and the
court took till to-morrow to decide the
At the Shrine ofEdicartl the Confessor.
New York, Oct 14. A Her.ild's
London special says : Yesterday being
the feast of St. Edward the Confessor,
was especially observed by worshipers
at the Catholic Church of St. Edward.
At high mass Cardinal Manning officiated,
and the sermon was the consideration
of the probabilities of the
return of the English nation to the
Roman Catholic faith. In furtherance
of this object in the possible accomplishment
of which, his Eminence and
other distinguished Catholics are confident
believers, a pilgrimage was organized
to the shrine of the Confessor in
Westminster Abbey to solicit his intercession
for the conversion of England.
At the direction of the Cardinal, the
appearance ot a demonstration was
avoided as far as possible, but the sudden
inroad of a band of devotees, indulging
in adoration at the tomb of
the historic saint and King, excited
general curiosity. The vergers and
authorities of the Abbey did not interfere
with the devotions ot the strangers
The more practical-minded police in
attendance thought it proper to inspect
the bags and parcels carried by the
inflowing crowd, but as no connection
could be established between beads
and explosives, the emblems of
prayer were allowed to pass.
At last the crowd retired in good order.
The question of the propriety of the
proceedings was immediately taken
under consideratiou by the Dean and
Green to Contest far the Prestdeneg.
Paris, Oct. 15. President Gravy
has officially announded that he will
enter the coming contest for the Presidency.
Earthquakes In Sicily,
Palermo, Oct. 15. A heavy shock
of earthquake was felt here this morning.
The disturbance caused a
house to fall, burying its occupants
beneath the debris. Eight corpses
have been recovered from the ruins.
Australian Mll Seivtee Arranged ror
Washington, Oct. 13. The new
mail service between San Faancisci
and Australia and New Zealand, to re
place the Pacific Mails service, wil.
b gin November 21st, and a steamer
will sail every four weeks thereafter.
Three steamers have been engaged in
this service, heretofore, two of them
belonging to John Elder of England
and one to the Pacific Mail Steamship
Company. For the Pacific Mail steamer
a Spreckels' steamer will be substituted,
so that the lines will be as much American
in character as it has been under
the old arrangement. For the new service
the vessel owners will receive only
the sea postage, amounting to $150,-
000 per annum, which was formerly
paid, and according to the statement
of Supeiintendent Bell, they are anxioiis
to get the contract at that rate, although
Hie American companies had refused
to accept both the sea and inland
Vaclfle Mall Subsidy to be discontinued.
New York, Oct. 14 The World
says : C. P. Huntingdon and officials
of the Pacific Mail Company report
that the Transcontinental Association
has decided to discontinue the guarantee
of $85,000 per month to the Pacific
Austiallan Malts-Contract Closed,
The Union line has secured the contract
for carrying the Australian mails,
and the steamers Australia and Zea-
landia will carry the mail from Auckland
to Honolulu and the Oceanic
Steamship Company from Honolulu to
San Francisco. The President of the
latter company, J, D. Spreckels, received
a telegram yesterday from William
Center that the contract had been
B '& .. A .
"1SV ....j...,, "sl JEv,
.; Daily Press.
VOLUME I. HONOL'ULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1885. NO. 46
The Pacific Mail Contract.
Earthquakes in Sicily.
Tho Nfttionalisti Convention-CLAIMS
Dissolution of Parliament
The Ohio Elections.
Storms on tho Atlantic Coast
Civil Service Reform.
Peru In a Deplorable Condition.
T10 Uoumellan Trouble,
Paris, Oct. 13 Lord Lyons, British
Ambassador, and De Freycinet, French
Minister of Foreign Affairs, have arrived
at an understanding by which their
respective Governments shall observe
strict neutrality if Turkey fights any of
the Balkan States or Greece, and the
other powers should hold aloof. It is
believed that hostilities arc inevitable,
as both Servia and Greece disregard
the injunction to adopt a peace policy
and state that they will keep quiet
only on condition that they be compensated.
At the Cabinet council to-day a
number of consular dispatches were
read, showing that the serious war preparations
of Turkey have considerably
cooled the ardor of the war party in
Servia ahd in Greece, and affairs in
these kingdoms are assuming a more
peaceful aspect. It is believed here
that both Servia and Greece will hesitate
a long time before provoking the
Porte to resort to offensive operations.
These consular reports have greatly revived
the hopes ot the diplomatists in
this city of a bloodless settlement of
the Roumelian question. The Temps
says : "Austria has joined Russia in
demanding that the status quo be restored
in Eastern Roumelia."
St. Petersburg, Oct. 13 The
Journal de St: Petersburg, commenting
on the Roumelian question, says : In
view ot the pretensions ot the minor
States, it is evident that a conservative
policy in accordance with existing
treaties oilers the best chances to prevent
a conflagration on the Balkan
Constan riNOPLE,Oct. 1 3 The views
of the conference on the Roumelian
question have been embodied in a col
lective note, which is being prepared
by Count Court, the Italian Ambassador,
for presentation to the I'crte, urging
the Sultan to recognize the union
of Roumelia and Bulgaria, and
any further violation of the Berlin
It is reported that Prince Bismarck,
in reply to the second circular of the
Porte, approving the immediate taking
of active measures by Turkey unless
Servia and Greec,e accept the situation.
Constantinople, -Oct. 13 The
an explanation of Servia's warlike preparations,
said he tiad nothing to add
to the lecent circular to the powers.
In diplomatic circles the opinion is expressed
that the favorable moment of
Servian action will be allowed to slip
by. The Salonican Greeks are excited
over the Roumclian imbroglio, but their
sympathies tend toward Turkey.
The rumor prevails here that King
Milan is" abouHo Issue a proclamation
of war. The statement is made that
troops are advancing from Nissa toward
the Bulgarian, Macedonian and old
London, Oct. 13. In an interview,
Strausky, the leader of the Roumelian
rising, said that the revolution was
effected in order to get rid of the costly
institutions connected with a separate
Government, sn as to prevent the ruin
of Roumelin, which is poor and 1 nable
to bear the weight of an organic State.
The Standard this morning saysi
The situation in the East has become
more clouded wi'.hin the last forty-eight
hours. ..The problem could be dealt
with effectively if the triple alliance
were united, as it pretends vO be. The
problem now for Bismarck is how to
prevent Russia and Austria from fight
ing. If the latter agree to insist upon
End of a Strike.
Albany, Oct. 13. The
strike, which has been in progress
since last May, ended Concessions
were made on both sides.
An Augrj Mob.
Galveston, Oct. 13 -A special
from Hempstead to the A'eios says :
Last night a mob-burned the slaughterhouse-'
and pens. wit' their com. nts,
belonging to George' Burton and John
Ness. After this tile mob came to
town, awoke Burtori and Ness and
gave them five days' notice to leave
town and fifteen days to leave the
county. The two men fverc told that
there had been too man; stolen beeves
bu at their pens and that the
intention was to stop it.
Damage Done bg Storm Aong the Atlantic
Nvack, October 13.--The severest
.torm in many years p evailed to day
,'on.siderable damage wps done alonj
.he shore ot the Hudson river. A
number of small boats and a valuabk
launch were sunk,
from Tarrytown were
Long Branch, OctJ
1 he ferry-boats
unable to land
along this section of the coast has run
very high all day, and has badly
washed the beach in some place. At
Rockawav Beach the tide was the
highest known for years,
New York, Oct. 13. The storm 111
this city and vincity has been unusually
severe. The ..de rosejunusually high.
Many cellers on the East Side were
flooded and rats were jiriven into the
streets by thousands. The wind blew
a gale and telegraph wjres were prostrated
in every direction. Seafaring
men anticipate many weeks along the
New Haven, (Conn.), Oct. 13.
The steamer . Sttirii, which left
New York at 10 o'clock last night for
this port, has, up to a late hour tonight,
not been heard (rom. It is supposed
that she put into Huntington
Bay, L. I., with a number of other
s'eamcrs, to escape the rigor of the
storm which prevailed on the sound all
2:45 A- ' The steamerI r. Startti
has just arrived here.
Cart Schurz and the Clctl Service Commission.
Washington, Oct. 14 It is said
here the President has offered the Presidency
of the Civil Service Commission
to Carl Schurz, and the negotiations
are going on to pursade Schurz
to .accept. A friend of Schurz said
last night that he thought the latter
would be willing to serve on account
of the good he thinks he could do,
Coneress will be asked next winter to
raise the pay of the Civil Service Com
.1 Post OJllco Decision.
Washington, Oct. 14. The Postmaster-General
has decided that the
department is under no obligation to
deliver mail thrown into the box by
Wells, Fargo & Co. after they have
cancelled their stamp, and postmasters
have been reque ed to refuse such
in; iter. It appears to have been the
pr ctice of the express company to transport
letters as far as their lines extend
and then place them in the United
States mail for delivery where the point
of destination is beyond the limits of
thcif own service.
Peru In a Deplorable Condition.
New York, Oct. 14. Mail advices
from Panama say that Peru is still in a
deplorable condition. Two messages
from Gen. Crcercs to friends in Tarma
.vcre captured ny the uovernmem
force, and other damaging letters were
discovered, and in a few hours the jails
were crowded with the friends of the
most prominent merchants banished.
Canon Media, one of the most distinguished
prelates of the Cathedra, was
ordered to leave the country. Ica has
fallen into the hands, of the Caccrists.
It is said that most horrible atrocities
were committed by the rebel victor.
Urief Capital Notts,
Washingti ', Oct. 14. William A.
Vincent, Chiet justice of the Supreme
Court of New Mexico, recently ap
pointed Stephen W. Dorsey a member
of the Corr mission to draw Grand
and PeJt Ju o-s for that Territory,
Vincent was to-day suspended from
office by the President.
E, R. L. Gould, Special Agent of
the Labor Bureau, stationed in England,
has resigned, having completed
A. J. Puckett of Kentucky, has been
appointed Timber Agent of the Land
The Hudson Hug Observers,
Ottawa, Oct. 14. A telegram was
received this morning from Lieut.
Gordon, the Commander of the Hudson
Bay Expedition steamer Alert, which
was sent out last spring by the Marine
Department to bring back the party of
observers left there last year, and to
put ficsh observers there to stay until
next year. Lieut. Gordon reports that
he arrived at St. Johns, N, rc this
morning; that he visited Churchill
Stationeries nil the other stations where
observers had been placed : that he
found Stupnrt's Station deseited, but
I learned afterward that Stupart had ar-
rived at Chins Station and was taken
on board the Hudson Bay steamer
Labrador, Ingils of Halifax, one of
the station hands, died of scurvy last
June, but all the others arc well.
' Ohio Etctttons.
San Francisco, Oct, 14. The Republicans
carried Ohio yesterday by a
plurality which the Democrats admit
will not fall below 15,000, and which
the republicans claim will reach a 1,000,
J. B. Foraker was elected Governor, and
the Republicans claim a working
majority in both houses of the Legislature.
Complete returns have been received
from only a trifle over one-third
of the State, but they all show marked
Republican" gains over the vote of the
last election for Governor, two years
ago. The prohibition vote cut no
figure, despite the attempts of the
Democrats to piove that the Republicans
were sccretcly leagued with
the Prohibitionists. The clean sweep
of the State by the Republicans is the
more noteworthy as Governor Hoadly
has the warm support of President
Cleveland and all the backing which
the Administration was able to give
Burlington,. Iowa, Oct. 14- Fran
cis Henry Otto, living three miles north-cast
of this place, better known as
"Perpetual Henry," claims that he
has solved the problem of perpetual
motion. He says that he has applied
for a patent, and that he expects to be
able to show it to the publip by
1st. He claims for his invention
all that is possible for steam or water
power to accomplish, and says that it
can be used by a stationary or locomotive
engine. It can be started or
reversed by means of a lever, and
brough to a .standstill by means of a
hand brake. His device consists of a
wheel within a wheel, and it can be
operated and placed in position by
any person of ordinary mechanical
ability. He started his laborous task
of solving the great problem,, he says,
at his native place, Bloomington, Ohio,
twenty-nine years ago. One of his
machines is at present being constructed
in a Racine machine shop.
Arrival of the ilHancc Catch of the Season
San Francisco, Oct. 15 The
steam whaler Alliance arrived from the
Arctic at 10 o'clock to-day, bringing
reports from the whaling fleet, which
show a small catch for the season. The
Alliance left the fleet twenty days ago,
and reports a very hard season, with
rough weather and gales of wind all
the time. It is not thought that the
rest of the fleet will do much, as they
had only twenty days more. All of the
vessels of the fleet arc reported safe.
The catch of the fleet up to the
time of the departure of the Alliance
was far below the average, although all
except the Young Plmnix had one or
more whales. Following is the list of
whales caught by each:
Helen Mar 3
acob Howland 4
Mary and Susan 6
Ohio , 4
Young Fhcenix.. Clean
Washington, Oct. 14 A circular
approved by the President, in regard to
the maintenance of quarantine inspections
on the northern frontier of
the United States, has been issued to
the medical officers of the Marine
Hospital Service, customs officers and
Claims against V,euador,
Washington, Sept. 29 Julio R.
San'os called attain at the State Department
to day, in connection with his
claim for damages against the
of Ecuador to get up the
evidence necessary to prove the extent
of his pecuniary losses, the unjustifiable
nature of lus arrest, the hardships
endured and the falsity of the statements
transmitted to the State Department
of his complicity in revolutionary
movements. He declares that the
statements made against him have been
secured (rom timid and ignorant men
by means of threats and intimidation
on the part of the Ecuadorian Government,
and that he will have no
trouble in proving this. The populace
is in sympathy with him and other who
sugcred with him. He expects to
return to Washincton by the 1st of
January. The revolution in which, he
is accaused of taking part was a small
of its kind, and suppressed in
about fifteen days. The Ecuadorian
authorities do not yet recognize Santos'
American citizenship; but being
acknowledged by the United States he
fears no annoyance while engaged in
securing his evidence.
The legacy of .2,000, which Victor
Hugo left to the poor of Paris, has the
cuyous informality of lacking his
signature, although the clause is written
entirely with his own. hand. The
executors ard heirs, however, will treat
t as a legalized bequest,
is. . "-i V.
New Route to the Volcano!
routb and time table
TJI E KTXA V
Leaves at 4 o'clock r, M. : Touching at Lahalna,
Matlaea, MaVena, Mahukona, Kawalhac,
Hiloand Keauhou. Commencing en Monday,
October ij, and thenca on the first Monday following
the arriv J of rhe and Mariposa, due here on
tnc Eth and s;nd o'fath month.
The steamer KINAU will male Volcano Trip,
reaching Keauhou on Wednesday morning, giving
luuri.u two davsnnd two nigms tt the Volemo
House. When the cl;hihaid jndofihe
on Monday, il e KINAU will lease that day.
Ticlceli for the round trip $30.00, hich pajj all
The KINAU will arrive In Honolulu Sumhymorn
Ings on Volcano Trips. On Hllo Trips, will lease
Honolulu on Tuelas, and return Saturday morning.
Leaves Mondavi at 5 i'. M. for "Kaunakakai, Knhu.
lui, Huelo, liana and Kipahulu ; and for Keanae,
and Nuu every other week. Returning wilt (top
at the above ports, arriving back Saturday mornings.
For mail and passengers onlv.
THE KILA VEA JIOV,
Leaves regularly for Paauhau, Koholatele, Ookata,
Kukalau, Honohlna. Laupahoehoe, Hakalau and Ono-mea.
Will leave regularly for same ports as the Kilauea
Leaves each Monday at 5 r. fX. for Kaunakakai, Ka
malo, l'ukoo, Lahalna, Moanui, Halawa, Wailau,
and Kalaupapa. Returning leaves Pukoo Friday
Paauhor Honolulu, arming Saturday morning.
S. G. WILDER, Tres. S. I). ROSE, Sec'y.
Steam Navigation Comp'y,
Stmv. Ur. G. Hall (MahiUinl)
Will run regularly to Maalaea, Maui, and Kona and
Steamer Planter (Lilinoe)
Leaves every Tuesday at 3 p. m. for Nawihwili,
Koloa. Eleele and Waimea. Returning, will leave
Nawiliwill every Saturday at 4 1'. M,, arriving at
every Sunday at s A. M.
Wilt run regularly to Hamoa, Maui, and
Honokaa antl Paauhau, Hawaii.
Steamer C. It. Jitehou,
Leaves every Saturday at 8 A. M. for Waianae
Oahu, and Hanilei and Kilauea, Kauai. Returmnc
eaves Hanalei every Tuesday at 1 r. M., and touching
at waiaiua and waianae Wednesdi
Honolulu same day at 4 p. M,
days, and arriving at
Steamer iTamcs Malcce,
Will run regularly to Kapaa, Kauai.
JSVtr Jloute to the Volcano,
Through 1 ickets to the Volcano and return, can now
be had at the office of the Inter-island Steam Navigation
Co. Tourists and others leaving Honolulu per
Steamer "W. G. Hall" will be landed at Tunaluu,
where a first-class Hotel is now opened for the accommodation
of travelers ; thence by Railroad to Pahala,
thence by Stage Coach to Half-way House, where
Horses and Guides will be In attendance to convey
them to the Volcano.
Ily this route, tre round trip can be made in 7 days,
vine t dav and a nights at the Volcano.,
Tickets for the round trip, includes Conveyances,
Guides, Hoard and Lodging,
tor turtner particulars lnaulre.at the oluce of inter.
Navigation Co , Honolulu.
J. ENA, T. R. FOSTER,
4)CEAMC STEAMSHIP CO.
Till! NEW AND ELEGANT S1KAMMIIFS
Mariziom ct Alameda,
Will leave Honolulu and San Francisco on the
FIRST AND FIFTEENTH OF EACH MONTH.
Vassengers may have their names booked in advance
by appl)!ng at the Office of the Agents.
Vassengers by this line are hereby notified that
they will be allowed 350 pounds of baggage iVfet by
the Overland Railway when traveling Hast.
Excursion Tlchets for round trip, Sl'l,?.
Good to return by any of the Company's Steamers
within ninety days. -
Merchandise Intended for shipment by this line
will be lecelved free of charge, in the Company's
New Warchouse,and receipts issued for same Insurance
on merchandise In warehouse will be at owners' risk.
IWIK i CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
0. JlttlWElt .6 COMPANY 'Agtnts
Merchandise received Storage Free, and liberal cash
I advances made on shipments by this line.
THE BEST ROUTE
To the World-Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea,
Via Punaluu, Hawaii. '
TK HEW AND STAUNCH
Stmr. V. G. JTall (MaUilani.)
Mil' '"mC ,,,0,N.PLUiU. "AVVAII (stopping at
Ktona a?J.Kau, Hawaiian
M,rlV.o0..HA"ow.in? "rival of the steamers
.Y2i0?aindA''mrI"'i0ln San Francisco, due here
the till and sand of each month. When these dates
occuron Monday, the W. G. Hall will leave the same
"The steamer passes along the entire coast of the
leeward side of Hawaii. aOonlinvTA..rl... . -.--:
of rharmin Scenery, and will stop at Kealakua Bay
allowed " vi,it "" monument
o( CAPTAIN COOK
Toumts by this route reach Punaluu at 5 o'clock
Mrr, being only one night on the vessel, and
making the entire passageln smooth water.
At Punaluu thre lithe finest Hotel on Hawaii,
and rrom here lounsts will be conveyed by Railroad to
to Pahala, thence by stage coach to Halffway House,
where Horses and Guides will bo In attendance to con
vey them to the Volcano.
iJIfJl r?,ute.lh n,!re ,riP lniadelnf"
A,zJiI 'v ll,owln&,Tunsu two nights and one whole
dayat the Volcano arm ng at Honolulu
early Sunday morning.
TUTS XS TUE OXJsYOAltltlAOE JtOUTE
Tickets for the round trip $80, which pas all ex
Apply to HARRV ARMITAGE, Aoent for the
?A.. : r.i . Ntw Route to the Volcano," at J. J.
im Photographer, No. 10a Fort street, Honolulu:,
Orat Office of the I(
I. S. N. Co., on the EsDlanade.
PACIFIC NAVIGATION (limited) CO.
Coasting and Commission Agents.
Com, QUEENS NUUANU Strtttt, HentluU
Regular vessels for the ports ol
Maliko on Maui
Laupihoehoe, Honomu, Paukaaand Hllo on
Koloa Hanapcpe and Waimea on Kauai, and
Waiaiua on Oahu,
And anyother ports when Inducements offer.
Persons having freight for nnv nart nf ih. I.I.J.
be Torwarded from San Francisco bv way of Honolulu,
or direct shipments from Honolulu will do well to en.
quire firt or the Pacific Navigation Co., before making
Goods intended for shipment by any of our vessels
received and stored Tree of
charge in our fireproof
bn,lding at any time. Apply to the captains on board,
orto A. F.COOKE.
"I'f Manager Pacific Navigation Co.
New York & Honolulu Packet Line.
MESSRS. C, II. CROSSIM 4, BRO.
Will dispatch about December
i, 1885, a First-Clau
vessel irotnAeiu Torlc tor this Port direct.
Merchants and Others
Wishing to Ship by this Favorite Line will please for.
- ward their Ordrrs as early as possible!
Very Truly, Etc.,
CASTLE & COOKE.
J. PAIKO, Master.
naneohe, lleefa, Itahaluu, Wala.
hole, Malkane, and other Vorts on the
Coast oflCoohiu, Oahu,
QHARLES BREWER t Co
37 Ktuiv Striikt, Doston,
AGENTS OE IIAU'AIIAX PACKETS,
General Commission Agents,
Special attention given to the purchasing of goods (
the Hawaiian trade. Freight at lowest rates.
Choloont Montti ifroiu Ftiieit Herd.
Families and'shipping supplied on short notice and at
Lowest Market Prices.
All meats delivered from this market are thoroughly
chilled immediately after killing by means of a Celt
Coleman Patent Drv
treated retains aiiilsjuicypropertles, And is guurantced
to keep longer after delivery than rrcsiily.killcd meat