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Bk Calbnricti from San Francisco via
Sehr Waimalii from lllto
Stinr Walmanulo fiom Wnhiiniialo
Sehr Kulainunu from Puna
Bktne Emeka for Snn Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jus MuUee for Kntiul
CARGOESf FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kulniunnu r0 coids of llic-wood.
The schooner Wnhnnlu lcturncd this
morning after iiuuily three weeks of
rough Neither at I.niipahochoo. She
lost an anchor, her :ills wcio damaged,
lier boats neatly ditvcn onto the rooks,
und she was compelled to seek shelter
at Illhi thieo fines.
Eiuekus.illcd this morning for Snn
Francisco with 4,112 si.nr , 2,233 lice,
18 pieces koa wood. Vnlue, $20.1)75.
VESSELS IN POnTr
Bk Thomas K Foster, Kugg
Bktne Euicku, Winding
Gcrbaik Paelllc, Oltiuiin
Bktne G C Pei kln, Aekerinau
Bktne W 11 Dtitut d, wifi
American balk Saranae, horn New
tfork, sailedJuly 13th, due here Nov. 18
30, to Castle & Cooko.
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June Dth, duolicic Octobei
2Gth-Nov 1st, to Scbnefer & Co.
Srit bark Iiom'ing, sailed fiom Liver
pool, June 5th, due here October x3rd
Nov 1st. to Davles iVj Co
Am bk Maltha Davis, F JI Benson,
sailed from Boston August "lb, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Urlt bark Glengaber, Bolleston, from
Liveipool, due bete, Jun ' 15-31, to
Davics & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Tort BlakoJy, due heie Dee 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Calbarien. Peikins, from
San Fia'neisco, due at Slnhukono, Sept
30th. at Honolulu in Oct, to Castle &
Am bark Mtuthn, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lore Jun 15-30,
to Schaefer ic Co.
Brit bark Lady Lamnson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bark Hope, Penballow, from Poit
Townscnd, due heie Oct 15th, to Lewcrs
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The .Honolulu ltilles drill
The usual bervices in the churches,
Ladies desirous of getting sewing
done, may apply at No. 42 Beretania
The Zealandia will be the inter
mediate boat for November, but her
time of sailing is not exactly known.
Tun number of Mr. J. T. Dare's
office is 1$, Spreckels' block, where
he can be consulted in all matters of
The regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will be held on Thurs
day evening, at half-past seven
The first of the one hour go-as-you-
please races, to take place at the
Yoiemite rink for gold and silver
medals, will come off on Nov. 3d, the
scond on Nov. 11th.
Mn. C. Grey's icsidence, at Wai
kiki, was bioken into tho other day,
during Mr. Grey's absence, the con
sents turned upside down, and some
.article taken away.
JMn. M. Mclnery has invited ten
ders for the orecuon of a two-story
brick building, on the site now occu
pied by Mr. Mclnoiy's storo, corner
of Fort and Merchant streets, tenders
to bo in on the 1st of November.
There will be a. meeting of the
W. C. TAJ. at 2:30 o'clock to-morrow
afternoon, in 'tho parlor of the Y. M.
C. A. Hall. 'Tho Executive Com
mittee of the organization will meet
at 2 o'clock, in the same place.
Mn. S. M. Carter, wood and. coal
merchant, No. 82 King street, has
added another branch to bis busi
ness bay and grain and is now
prepared to furnish his patrons with
food for their hoibcs, as well as for
their stoves mid tunges.
Hon. John Cummins, when asked
about tho two weeks' jubilee, to bo
gin Novenibor 10, said thnt tho pro
gramme has not yet been arranged,
but thero would bo but two legal ho
lidays, and as to tho remaining 12
days ho was not piepaied to bay,
A c!entm:ma.v connected with a
wholesale liquor establishment, and
ono employed in a hardwaro stoio,
being impatient lor a Miavo at the
Hotel laHt evening, entered upon a
raeo in shaving Iheniholvcs, Tho
hardwaie man wore hard, while tho
liquor man kept up his spirits and
t- ' '
A MTTI.E inifliinderbtandiug oc
curred on Saturday lust, at tho pro
rogation of tho Legislature, between
a Fiench and a British subject,
which has caused considerable talk
in ceitain ciicles, Tho mnttor was
refeired to the British Commissioner,
and is said to have quietly dropped.
A FISTIC INCIDENT.
The monotony of Fort street was
interrupted this morning, by a little
incident out of the regular rut. Two
individuals first exhausted a some
what lengthy vocabulary of coarse
language, directed at each other,
md then entered into a fUtie eii-
counter. Ono of tliom received n
dUcolorization of the eye, lu ex
change fo'r which the other got a
sovcre thumping nbout the head nml
n badly mutilated shirt. A friendly
hack-driver effected n separation be
tween the two athletes just in time
to prevent arrest by a police oflicer.
Hon. Clins. It. lllsho, Col. Clans
Spreckels, V. G. Irwin, Mr. and
Sirs. G. W. Merrill, C. W. Clink,
J. A. Ikckwitli, D. G. Thompson,
Major Bendel, Mrs. C. Spreckels
and mnid, Miss L. Irwin, C. K.
Dean, J. C. l'lluger, Miss May
Coolidge, Miss V. L. GilIilnnd,Miss
Patli Miotics, C. M. Cooke, W. II.
Bailey, Dr. r. Douglas, Cnpt. Mc
Intyro and daughter, K. Engcl
brecht, Mrs. Saticcdo, E. A. Btir
chardt, Herman V. lliller, Mis.
Fanton and duugliter, Mrs. T. S.
King and Captain and Mrs. Jcnks,
leave for the Coast by the S. S. Ma
riposa on Saturday novt.
Though the members of the Royal
Hawaiian Band are now enjoying a
wcll-enrned vacation, and their in
struments like the harp in Tarn's
Hall, "banc; mute as though their
souls were dead," Honolulu is not
without music. The Portuguese
Band practice frequently and with
much vigor at the club house on
Beretania street. In time the per
formers in this band will, no doubt,
give us plenty of good music. Just
now they "make Borne howl," their
instrumentation being that of
"sweet bells jnngled, out of tune
and harsh.". They are no worse,
however, than the Hawaiian Band
was in the time of Kainehnmeha V,
and wo can reasonably hope that
with a little more practice they will
give us music as good as the Royal
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
The following elections of officers
have been made for the ensuing
Hilea Sugar Company President,
Claus Spreckels; Vice President,
John S. Walker; Secretary and
Treasurer, Win. G. Irwin ; Auditor,
Clias. N. Spencer.
Hilo Sugar Company President,
Win, G. Irwin; Vice President,
John D. Spreckels ; Secretary and
Treasurer, W. M. Giffard ; Auditor,
John A. Scott.
Hutchinson Plantation Company
President, Wm. G. Irwin, Vice
President, John A. Buck ; Secretary
and Treasurer, W. M. Giffard;
Auditor, Hugh Center. P. (J.
THE WIVES OF TEHERAN.
Truly, the Government of the
Shah is a paternal one. The women
of Teheran went a few weeks ago in
a body to the King's palace and
complained that the coffee-shops (of
which an extraordinar3' number have
been opened lately) took away their
husbands from their work and their
home duties, causing them to spend
all their money in drink and smoke.
After all, the drink was merely tea
and coffee. The Shah sympathized
with the wives of Teheran. He
acted pionipth, and, as the com
mander of the faithful is said to
have done under similar circum
stances, he ordered that all the
coffee-houses in the Capital were to
be closed. Closed they were ; closed
they remain. The next clay the
royal edict went forth that all the
provincial coffee-houses were to be
closed. Tlicj-, too, are all shut up.
Fancy such an order in a civilized
country ; but here nobody grumbles.
The women, of course, are in
ecstasies ; but the haunters of coffee
houses, who form by far the larger
proportion of the male sex in the
larger Persian towns, are in despair.
Corr. London Globe.
A WESTERN SENSATION.
New London, Ohio, Sept. 3.
There is great excitement here over
the fact that ono of the public wells
of water has turned into a well of
vinegar. Mr. Carney, a gentleman
in the employ of a boot and shoe
firm, went to the well as usual last
Wednesday morning to get water
for spi inklng tho floor of the store,
and in pumping saw that the water
had a peculiar red color, but thought
ncthing about it until he dr.ew some
to drink, Ho took a good swallow
of it, and found that he was nearly
stiangled. Others tasted of it
and the news soon spread to all
parts of tho city, and in a short lime
the citizens wero flocking to tho
wpll and carrying homo what seem
ed to bo a good quality of vinegar.
One enterprising grocery firm here
has already filled one hundred bar
rels with it, and proposes to
put it on sale. Farmers are com
ing in from all parts of the country,
and taking homo with them thou
sands of gallons. What seems moic
surpiising is the fact that tho flow
of vinegar is greater than was the
flow of water. The earth wavo last
Tuesday night was felt very percep
tibly here, and all attribute tho
phenomenon to the convulsion of
nature. Special to Cleveland,
Patronize lloino Industry by buy
ing cigiiis of J. W. lljngley, Cigar
Munufactuior, tit the Crystal Soda
Works, whoio ho is prepared to fill ull
ordeis nt tho lowest possible whole
sale pricea, Island ciders solicited
nnd promptly filled, Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
boll these cigars. J)o not forget the
11.11110 J, W. Jlingley, nor tho placo
Oiyfatal Soda Works. Hotel street,
00 ly ,
HIW 'VS HMil.'i. ' ifi'iir -ir, i Mm dim mi iihuwii n B U
ENUINE HAVANA CIGARS
at reasonable pr'ces m Molie'd
Bunvcr Snloon. fill 2vs
ICE CREAM of the l'urcs,tniulHich-i-l
quality finm one qunrt to any
quantity tipwlrds urn dil ' ituI packed
tn iuc.'lroin U o'clock .v. in OoVlock
v M , fiee of cli.irge In any part in Bono.
1 til i mid Mib'iibs by tho Pioneer Steam
Candy F.iciory and llukery
5.00 ONLY Is tin? prli'j chirgcd
for Two Gallons of miv lliioiud
neb mid always fresh made Steiini Ico
Cream, gii-uamci-il to be nlwolu ilv pure
nrnopiynt ihc Pioiuer Scum Cindy
Fuotory, liukeiy mid lee (.ii'imi llooms
Practical Conl'eetloiier nml Ornn.
menter, Hotel rti., Bet. Fort & Nuuanu
fcti. Hawaiian and Hell 'lele. "limit's,
No. 74. 4U tf
XXX ond Li Prlmavern Manillas at
Autirts' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 02 Gt.
Dn. Flint's IIkaut Remeuv is u
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptivu book
with every bottle. Lenson Smith k
A. Voice fro ii -A.i Btrln.
Near tho villuge of Zillingdorf, in
Lower Austria, lives Mirhi Huns, an in.
telllgcntnnd industrious woman, whoc
stoiy of pbjslcal suOerlng nnd Umil le
llei, as leiaieii oy nerseit, is ot interest,
to Eugll'h women. "I was employed,"
she s.iys, "iu the woik of a large farm
house. Ovei-wo'k brought on sick
headache, followed by n deathly faint
in 5 nnd s'ckne-,s of tho stomach, until I
wa i uni'ble to etaln eilher food or
diink. I was onipelltd to take to my
bed for seven" wicks. Getting a little
hoiiev fiom ic i, and quiet, I Miughl t
do borne wovlt, bin was oon taken wilh
a piin in my Mile, which In a liulu
while sce.ned lo,.mcad over my whole
body, nnd i!iob'oc(i in my every limb.
This was fo'lowcil by a cough and
shoilnc of 'iCJtb, uinll flnal!yI could
not sew, i I iook to .iiy bed for the
second, id, ii" I thought, for the last
time. A'-' .liends told ne 1 1 it lny time
hi'd i'ca''y come, and thai I could not
live'oigcr ilip" when the iiees put on
tb"'r green Huinoie. Then 1 happen
c ',o el ooo i, the Scigel pamphlets.
I ve.id it, jiud i.i y Ciwv mother bought
me a bo.'.'e'of :'ci' el's byrup, which 1
took cz Cy 01111113 l0 directions,
nuti h.'ii eol ,.i1;cq thu whole of it be.
foiel eH 0 j, rucbansc Tor the better.
Jfy 1, 1 "lue began Juno 1882, and
co'uilui""(' 10 August 0 h, wbe-i I began
to 1. ke ii.'e Syrup. Very soon I could
do a ''.Jo 1 ;jht woik. The cough left
me, and I was no liioie tumbled in
b e.'lliing. Now 1 rm perfectly cuied.
And ol , how hnnpy I am I I cannot es
pies g.iUilude ci ouh for Seigcl's
Syuip. Now I roust tell you that the
dodo s lu o,r iMstiict dbliibuicd hand
bills cain'o"' .g people against the
medicine, le"!'ig them it would do them
no good, nnf .nauy waio thereby inllu
euced 10 ilc3..oy tlie Soijcl pamphlets;
but dow, wbeiever o o is to be found, it
Is kcj),'kc r relic. The fon preserved
nie bonovcu to .cad, and I have lent
nilus lor si:: miles around our district.
Peo.i e lavo come eighteen miles to get
me to buy i' medicine for them, U-iow.
iug liii't 'jou.eduie. and to he bin e to
get Hie M-jlii him!. I know a woman
who w.'s 'ookiiij like death, und who
told them fiieio wis no help for her,
that she bed co isulLcd seveial doctors,
but none could helnliei. I told her of
Scic''s tiyu'i, nnd wiote the name
down fo ' tier .hut bhc might make no
mUUkc. She took .ny udvh u und the
Syuip, aud now he is 111 peifeni health,
mid the peop'e around ir are mua.cd.
The medicine bus made such pioieas
in our neig'iboihnod that people say
they doa'l want the docior any more,
but i'uey l. ke the Syrup. Sullei ers from
goui who veie coiillued to their bed and
could hi' "'y move a uugci, have been
cuied by 'i. There is a-giil in our dis
tinct who caught a cold by going
tluough bOine water, and was in bed live
yeais wi.h c()"ilvcncs and rheumatic
pains, mi'' had to have an attendant to
watch by hei. Theie was not a doctor
in tho rui rounding dUliicis to whom
hei mor'Ci" had not applied to relieve
her child, buleve-y ono crowed them
selvcM and said they could not help her.
WIieneTcr thelllilo bell rang which is
rung iu oar plflfe when somebody is
dcdd, we thonglil.bUicly ! was for her,
but Bcij,cl'i Syny and PIPs saved her
lifo.-auii row she is an healthy as any.
body, ecs to clinic-, and can woik
even iu the ileitis. Eveiyhudy was' as.
tonlsL'cd when Ihey buw her out, know
ing how inaiy years she hud been in
bed. To-iUiy b'liu adds hergiulitudo to
mine for God's mercies and Sel gel's
Syiup. Mama Haas."
The people of England tpeuk confirm
ing the above.
A.fter Hovoral Yeniw.
"Stoke Ferry, Januury Dili, 1884.
"Gentlemen,! have UBed Slegel's
Syiup for sevetul years, und have found
it a iiiosl cllltac'ous remedy for Liver
complaint" and gencial debility, nnd I
always keen some by me, und cannot
speak too highly 111 lis praUo. I re.
main, yours luily, Harriett King."
.A-l'toi' Hlxteon Yuurri.
"05, Novga;eBMeet, Wo'lstop, Notts,
"Gcntleinc-, Ii is wlih the greatest
of pleusuio I record my testimony us to
the elilcacy of Mo.iier Seigul's byrup.
My wife, who bus suffered from ucute
Dvsnenshi foi over blxteen yeurs, is now
peifeetly b er through the swluhtlp
of your Syvup. I have suit pounds In
mculcincH from doctors In lact, I be.
gau to think the was incurable, until
your marvellous medicine was tried.
I leniulu, yours, thankfully,
A 1, Hit i.i) Fonn."
A-ftor Muny Ypaw.
"Whlttle.io.WoocU, near Ohorley,
" Dear Sir, Mother Scigel's medicino
sel'u e.cecdiii wc'l wilh us, all that try
it bpcuk highly in 'Is favor, Wo had a
case of u young lady that hud been trou
bled many yems with pains after entlnir.
She tells us that the pains wero entirely
taken uw.iy after a few doses of your
mediciiip. Youis truly, 11. Pkku"
Tlie SDuutH linvn 1oon
"(Ilford Roid Dlbptmary, Dukinfleld,
May U, 1884.
i. -- A..A '
"T)fnr "Ir, I nin baiv v to Info'tn
yo.i Ui jI ih mil. of joui sjiHj) ai.u fills
lnorcasos here continually. Several of
my customer fpoik of linlng derhed
more benefit fioln ilu-'u-e 1 1 these thnn
fiom any o1liP liii ii lnv III "m In.
stances i ho illeqt tuw '"to un- n
' Yourr utv res i' I fully,
II wly Pun Kdwin Kwnlil, f R"
ONE AT No.
Ever issued iu tho Hawaiian
A Complete Record
with verbatim Reports of Speeches
will be issued fiom the
At the close of the Session, and will
consist of the reports .published
from day to day in the Bulle
tin, with corrections, where neces
sary. The Bulletin Reports are
STRICTLY IMPARTIAL and are
THE ONLY PHONOGRAPHIC
which have been taken.
HOy-Tlie Edition will be limited,
and orders should be sent to the
Bulletin Olllce without delay. All
orders received in time will be filled
as soon as the book is published.
HUSTAGE & ROBERTSON
LL oiders for Cartage promptly t--OL
tended to. Particular uttention
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping
of goods iu trunslt to tho other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Olllce, adjoining L P. Adams & Co.'s
933 ly , Mutual Teh phone No. 10.
TO THE PUBLIC.
le Pacilc Transfer Co.
with O. K. Miller,
.Met chant Street,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual Tel., 391.
I am fully nrcpaml to do ull kinds of
druyage, hauling or moving work, all of
which I will guarantee to execute faith
02 ly S. F. GRAHAM, Prop'r.
(Jeo.W. Macfarlano. II. It. M mfurlunc.
Q. W. MA0ZAR1ANE & Co.
IMPORTERS, COMMISSION MKR
Flrc-Proof Building, 63 Queen street,
Honolulu. H. I.
Tho Walknpu Sugar Plantation, Maui,
Tho Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii,
Tho Hccla Sugar Plantation Oahu,
Huolo Sugar Mill, Maul,
Iluelo Sugar Plantation, Maul,
Puuloa Sheep Bunch Co., Hawaii,
7. Fowler & Co. Steam Plow aud I rt-
able Tramway Works, Leeds,
Mirrlecs, Watson &Cn's Sugar Mm-bm
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Pac
m'tif ji.jkfci, v.i. .J-.'' 1 '
i. ii urn a in r miiiiiiiimi AJMUssm.,.! . -
tnrLt m mmm i vih i
I FFB"" ilWMTnr iTiirniT'! W8SK
Look out for Something New and Interest
ing within a Few Days !
Nos. G3 and 65 Fort Street,
HERE WE COME
Oiliest Oiistoni IMacle
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS!
Ever brought to lhe'o Islands and which we will sell at Ihe following
' 1C0 Dozen Boys' Wool Suits, per suit
Men's Fine Iitisincss Suits-,
' All Wool '
HxFine I Hack Dress
Vtrlhi(; Pauls, per
Also an EK'ra Fine Line of Men's und Hoys.'
Tho ClitiJipewt und
100 Dozen Unlaundried Shiits per piece $ 50 upwards
10,1 " Men's Fine Umkri-biits, per piece 00 '
100 " " " 'WliiteDieisShiit-, pcrphcj 1 S5 "
100 ' " All Wool Working Shirlo," ' 150
CO " " Straw Hats, per pitcu 75 "
75 ' Boys' " " " " 50 "
We arc confident that Ihe c prices will satisfy thu inol exueting.
AVe only advertise Avlmt we mciiii !
Any unHntifnctory article may be rctnrned nnd tUo niouey
vill be cheerfully refunded.
Remember the Blue Front, Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
53im EGAN AftDCO.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KKOKIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Gostom-made Cloii, U' Firnisliii Goofls,
11. VIS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles unci Novelties in Neekwuro.
by reptated and gpecinl request, n unull
Olitiiinable in the
(Foi inert v with Samuel Nott.
luiliorter mid Dealer in
STOVES, CHADEUESRS, LAMPS,
OHOOKPHY, GLAS-WAllE, IK USE FUHN1SH1NO HAHDWAIIE,
AGATE IKON AND TINWAHE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
J2T Store formi'ily oenii ltd bv !". X' 'IT, opnos te Spreekels & Co.'s Bank."9t
Pniiitingr " WW Trimming,
79 & 81 KiiiE Street, -
JEn l'uiicM'w Iroin TCIntr und Alorcliuut Sl.
JSvery description of-work iu tlie above tines performed in n flmt-clai-s manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing: a Specialty.
ly Bell Teliphoiie, 107.J.-&M (3J7 ly) HT Hctl Teteptione, 107.
TO THE FRONT !
2 TO upward'",
J 5(1 "
5 00 "
il 00 "
18 00 "
pair 1 00
lient in tlie IMiii-ko .
itnolce of tlie tiueel hand.made,
?$ Carrinaro nuilrtiiifir,
- Old Rose
i 6tyu Mitt
neaiin is weann i
I "iivl4all - .. -1 BnAiM 'i B
Dr. L. C. West's Notts And nn.UN Tnr.ir.
mrtt, n Biinrnatrcd 6rciGo for Hyetoria, DJtil
nw. ConTuUIons. Fiu, Norrons Noaraleu!,
ot nlcohol or tobacco, Wakcfnlnoen, Jlcntnl l)o
,rotilon, tiof tenlnc of the Drain, rf suiting in ill.
winlly nnd lrnidmu to mlsory, decay nnd dciitli;
rromnturo Old Aae, llnrrennrts, Loss of l'owrr
In either sox. InvulantAry Loone and Bpormat )r
rtitto, caused by oTor-exortion of tho brnln, a"lf
uljutc, or ciTer-inilulRence. Each bor conLnli.s
ono month a treatment. $1.00 a box, or nix Ixiro
lor Ij.OO, Bont by anil premtd on roceipt of rico.
WE GUAltANTEi: SIX JtOXKH
To enro nny enso. Willi ench onlor rriypd by 11 1
for mx boxes, nccomtmniod with $TO), wo wIiL
Bond tho purchaser onr written Bunrnnteoto ro
fand Uio money if tho treatment doos not effect
a euro. Guarantees issued only by
IJIITjIiIHTIiII lit C O.
Wn will rT tS !? rtwartl larB7 rtu ef Urrr Cnnptitat
Pjlf r'. bkV MridMh. l4itfMtkf C6BHlrtloa r CmUrnm.,
r.onol nti lih Weit'i N f.ubl Unr mil, ln tb iktv
tlonl tr ttrklly comrtki wllh. Tfcty trt tn)f tgt UU, iM
THfll loplrt utlitftctlon. Soc&rCotd. Lut boiti.toi
Ultlnj 10 fin,, ss coll, r.r ul bj til dmttl.u. B...r. r
!".tryi" ""1 Unl"'ln- n tnlin Bui'uUtd nit t
IOIIN O, WEST A CO , IS1 i is) y. uln St, ChlLri.
I IulllHt or A: Co.,
IIP llm Wliok"-nlc and Hetull Agents.
The White House,
To.;i3.H Ts'uiiaiiu street,
. . Jljiinlulu, II. I.
Private Family Uolcl; Term" Hcnson
alilu; First elan's Accoiiuiinnn'inii'.
I! IS I
Store for Kent, nncl Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT d.'sirnble Store now occupied
by the LA DIKS' I1AZAAU, f8 Fort
street, and all tin l,iniro-. taif 1 n'e",
For fi.tlhcr imrtit nlnrs.
11 1 In
Ii pin S i". l-fin
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
F. IIOHN, Practical Confectioner,
Pnxtry Cook and Huker.
71 Hotel Si. tSat3'" Telephone 74
Having 'ccuicd the Sciviie-i 1 V
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo me piepand to execute all
HONOLULU PLANING Jill LS.
Inter-Islanfl S. I. Co.,
Tlie Best DRonte
to ihu World Kenowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The now ai d ti uncli
Steamer W. C. Hall
Lcnvus Unnuliilii ai K) o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, Oeiobir tilth.
The hlfinior ns-e- along the uitiie
coas,i of ihe lfi-uirl side of ll..wi il. a(.
folding ti.illisls 11 panoiama nf charm,
ing scenir.i, and will slop ul Keil.ihc.
ktui Bay, wheie biiTlcii'iit lime is allow,
wl to vi-ll ihc jMdiiumeul of Captain
Touri'-ls by ihis'iotiie reach l'unaliiu
nt ft o'clock" on Ihe duy uftcr le.mng
Honnliihi, being only ono nighi on tho
vessel, making the Vniiro juago in
smooth Miter. At Piinaluu theie is thu
FINEST HOTEL 'ON HAWAII,
nnd fiom thcio tourists will bo rem eyed
bj railroad to Palialn. thence by htage
co'ich to Half.wuy Hoiifc, where horses
and guides will ho in attendance to con.
ey 1 1n 111 10 tin Vol'-iino.
Tourists n ill have t .m nights and ono
whole day at ihe Volcano House.
Tickets fo; Uio rouud trip, t, 53, which
includes all expense-.
Apply to HAltltY AKH1TAOK,
Agent, at Williums' Photograph Gallery,
Fort sin el, or 111 the office ot ilm. I. I. 8.,
N. Co., Esphiiimtc f.TIO din I.
Fisliilales, Bolls & Spikes.
H. IIAOKFELD & Co.
Burnt OulJnit Not Dead I
Ryan's Boat-Rniiaing; Shop
Is now iidjolnlng thu rear of
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily HeraW"
Fifty Cent n Month.
28 DANIEL LOUAN, Iroprteor, If
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