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TIME TABLE. VKOM ADII AVTKK MAY 1. IMII. A.M. A.M. P.M. P M. Leave Honolulu. ..6 :15 8-46 1:45. 4:30f Arrive Honoufiuli.. 7 :2C 9.4!) i : I!) 5:35f Leave Honouhuli.. 7 ::!() 10:51 5:45f Arrive Honolulu. ..8:35 11:55 4:m C:50f PEARL CITY LOCAL. Leave Honolulu Arrive Pearl City Leave Pear' City.. ft :0:t .. Arrive Honolulu... ft :4U .. t Saturdays only. Sundays excepted. Saturdnys excepted. 6:30$ TlrieM. kun and Moon. BY C. J. LTONS. PAY. e si as a i sr &r fF 'a.m. 'n.m.'n.ni. h.hi Mon, Tnes. Wed. 'l'llUl-8. Frt. feat. Buu. 2 8 40 4 H (X) 10 4ll 04 8 24 6 1R 3 4 UO 6 Jfti lft 11 20' 04 A -I H A i 4 30 B (15 10 IMI 11 30 6 (15 0 2 7 4. 6 8 03 6 50.10 50 11 Aft 6 OA! 8 itt 8 40 I U.I11. 11.111. I I 6 6 20 7 40' I 0 3ft 6 00; 8 221 87 7 7 881 8 40 0 15 3 00 6 0(i, 8 21 10 3H 8 00 9 40 1 00 4 00 6 07 5 21,11 40 First quarter ot the moon on the 8th at lOli. lftni. p. in. The time signal for the port Is (riven nt 12h. Oin. Usee. (liiiUiiiKhtl ol Greenwich time or Hi. 28m. 34sec. p. in. of Honolulu Observatory tim e. It is Kiven by the steam whistle of the Honolulu riuaiiiK MilL a few doors above (he Custom House. The same whistle is ouncled correctly at Honolulu nieun noon, Jlervatory meridian, or lOh. 31m. 2Bseo. ol iljiretiiiwicli time X HE flatly bulletin WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4, 1891. ARRIVALS. Nov4 iStmr Hawaii from Hamnkua JSImr Jas Makee from Kauai ticlir Ka Moi from llamakiia DEPARTURES. Nov3- Seur Sarah and Eliza for Koolau Nov 4 rStmr Iwalaul for Labaina and llamakua at 10 a ra Kuiir U'alaleale for Nawiliwili and Ha nalui Stmr Lchua for Nuu and Uononiu at 4 p m bclir Lihnliho for Waiuiea. Kauai VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW. Am bktne Irmgard, Schmidt, for San Francisco Brit bk Velocity, Martin, for Hong kong Brit yacht Beajjla for a pleasure cruise CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS. Stmr W G Hall-4!)31 bags sugar. 106 bags two, 189 bags coffee, 25 head cattle, 2 horses, 143 pkgs sundries, 26 pes machinery an3 13 pkgs hides. Stmr Hawaii 09 head cattle. PASSENGERS. From Maui and Hawaii per stmr W G Hall, Nov 3 Mrs Stewart, Miss Stewart, H Morrill, V Blue, Mrs llvnian, Miss Hirschberg, J J Williams, C A Webster, VV Burridge, V H High. J Simpson, Hon 11 P Baldwin, J A Scott, W ti Lent,, Miss Ella Paris, E McDade, W V Lock wood, T P Lawther, C H Isuke, II Lose, Mrs J Kauhane. Mrs Hanaike Miss Thompson, Mrs Kalei, Col Sam Norris, Miss K Ayers, 2 Chinese and 58 deck. For Maui per stmr Likelike Nov 3 Harry Mist, Misses Wodchouse (2), Mr Laws, Miss Mundon, W lSeiiowitz, Franca, Mrs Ako and daughter, C E Coville, Miss M Koa and 40 deck. FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED. 11IM8 Hiei, Mori, from Japan 8 S China, from San Francisco, due Dec 15 Am bkt Mary Winkelmau, Nissen, from Port Gamble Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, from Bos ton, Jan. 10-15 Am brig Luriine from San Francisco, for Hilo, Oct 10 Am wh bk Morning Star, Mar 25, from New Bedford Am wh bk Mermaid, Mar 25, from New Bedford Am wh bk ( alifornia, Mar 25, from New Bedford Am wh bk James Arnold, Mar 25, from New Bedford Br bk Pass of Leny, from Glasgow, due Nov 30 Cer bk Paul fsenberg, from Liverpool, Dec. 6 Am bk Martha Davis from New York BU Harrison G Jobnsoa from New York Ger bk Sabluo from Bremen SHIPPING NOTES. The Velocity, Beagle and Irmgard leave port to-morrow. . The sloop Kahihilani baa had her name printed on her quarters in white letters. The steamer Hawaii arrived this morn ing with a deck load of C9 cattle. The yacht Beagle was receiving her pwriers' baggage this morning. C'apt J Martin has taken command of the yacht Beagle. UNNECESSARY SUFFERING. . There is little doubt but that many persons suffer for years with ailments that could easily be cured by the use of some simple remedy. The following incident is an illustration of this fact: My wife was troubled witb a pain in ber side the greater part of the time fpr three years, until cured by Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It has, I think, permanently cured her, We also have used Chamberlain's Cough Henicdy whenever needed and believe it to be the best in the world. P. M. Boston, Pennville, Sullivan Co., Missouri. For sale by all deal ers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents. THE BULLETIN is the leading I daily paper of the Kingdom. 50 cents per mouth. LOCAL AND CcHtRAL NEWS. The several fire companies will meet this evening. Dr. Hammond at Emma Hull to night. Subject: "The incorruptible inheritance. Rktuhnino tourists all spo.tk well of the present management ol" the Volcano House. Mr. J. J. Williams returned by the steamer W. G. Hall yesterday. He has secured some line views of the Volea no. Miss D. Hirshberg returned from the Volcano by the Hall yesterday, and leaves for her home in Oakland, by the Australia next week. . Hon. and Mrs. V. G. Irwin have issued invitations to a celebration of their "wooden wedding," at their Waikiki residence next Monday even ing. The Japs iroin Ewa Plantation seem to like their present quarters. They were enjoying themselves to day munching bananas and telling each other stories. 1 he Y. M. C. A. boys will hold their monthly meeting in the Y. M. C. A. parlors on Thursday, Nov. 5, at 3 p. in. A large attendance is requested, as the constitution is to be revised. ,A great musical treat is in store for the students and friends of Oaliu Col lege to-morrow evening. Miss Dale, the talented music preceptress who has lately joiucd the faculty, will give 'An Evening with Schubert," begin ning at 8 o'clock. Hon. and Mrs. A. O. Fernandez pleasantly entertained Messrs. Doug las, Bloom and Byrne of the yacht Beagle, with a party of .town friends, at their secluded retreat in Kalihi last night. Music, dancing and games consumed the pleasant hours till midnight. ' A Japanese named Koto, charged with assault with a deadly weapon, was the only case in the Police Court to-day. The case occupied the whole forenoon and is not finished. The Courtroom was crowded with Japs. This case has crowded oil' that of the 97 deserting Japanese from Ewa Plantation probably for the day. Mr. W. Burridge, the scenic artist, who has been visiting the Volcano for the purpose of securing views for ex hibition in cyclorama at the World's Fair in Chicago, has returned to town. Mr. Burridge being a close observer of nature has succeeded in accomplishing his mission and brought with him some extra tine views of the Volcano. Mrs. Senator Stewart returned from a visit to Madam Pele yesterday. She is a lady weighing over 200 pounds and while at the Volcano asked Mr. P. Lee, Manager of the Volcano House, if she could be carried in a chair for a closer inspection of the madam's domicile. Mr. Lee with his usual kindness accommodated the lady, and she was seated in a chair and carried by four stalwart natives to and from the fiery vurtex. The Friend for October has a varied bill of contents. Prof. Alexander con tributes an interesting article on "The Song of Kualii," whose theme throws a gliriimer on ancient migrations of Polynesians. The same writer gives a eulogistic review of "The Maori Polynesian Comparative Dictionary," by Edward Tregear, published at Wellington, N. Z. A letter from the missionary, Rev. Arthur H. Smith, Shantung, treats of "The Troubles in China." ADVERTISING NOTES. A check for $30 has been lost. A second-hand delivery wagon is advertised for. Go TO the Central Meat Market for Fine Breakfast Sausages. l-2w After shaving use Cucumber Skin Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents. 1-tf Sunburn relieved at once by Cu cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents. 1-tf Bloom & Douglas of the yacht Beagle desire all accounts agaiust them to be presented for payment. Mr. Lewis J. Levey will hold an assignee's sale of a rice mill and equipment on Wednesday, Nov. 11th. Delicious coffee and chocolate will be served every morning early nt the Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigscn, & Cron, Hotel street. 221 ti If you want something good for a cold lunch, call at the Central Meat Market, where you can get genuine German and Bologna Sausages and Pigs Head Cheese. l-2w MONSTER CABBAGES. Mr. J. J. Williams the photo grapher brought with him from the Volcano House two monster cabbages weighing together 59 pounds. The articles of diet were grown in the kitchen garden of the Volcano House and are three months' growth. One of the cabbages measured four feet across the top before the outer leaves were tajcen off. The growth of plants and vegetables at the Volcano House has been remarkable and it is be lieved, that in a short time the pro ducts of the soil at the place will be equal to any grown on the Coast. The cabbages are on exhibition in the window of Lewis Bros.' grocery store, Fort street. A large crowd congregated there this morning to see the wonderful products and many were the remarks, "J wish I owned one,"' THE BEST PHYSIC. St. Patrick's Pills are carefully prepared from the best material and according to the most approved form ula, and are the most perfect cathar tic and liver pill that can be pro duced. We sell them. Benson, Smith & Co., agents. DELIGHTFUL DANCE. Party liy r, an I JSr. Ax. Vntinic In Honor ot Mr. It. '. Hoiiteasle. A gay and festive event yesterday evening was a dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Young at their resi dence, King street, in honor of Mr. It. C. Monteagle. The honored guest is a well-known society young man, popular from his excellent so cial qualities and his able participa tion in amateur opera and other musical entertainments. He will be long remembered here for his good performance of the title role in "The Mikado." Mr. Monteagle, who is employed as a draughtsman at the Honolulu Iron Works, is shortly going away to take a position in a Philadelphia establishment. It was in view of his departure that Man ager Young and his amiable gudewife thoughtfully placed their house and their hospitality at his disposal, to enable him to meet his friends in a farewell "good time," The spacious garden was all ablaze with colored lanterns, hung in the palms and shrubbery. Likewise the verandas and upper balcony were profusely invested with iridescent grandeur. From every point of view the effect was one of dreamland beauty. Within, the reception rooms were brilliantly lighttd, contrasting in a striking effect with the dancing areas, which, under a subdued light and drape with Hags, suggested the idea of corridors to n fairy castle. A novelty, that could not be pro duced in any other Honolulu house without the aid of a stage carpenter, consisted in a lamp burning brightly in the real fireplace lately added to the front parlor, the chimney of which, showing its lull length on the exterior of the house, is an object of curiosity to all passers-by. As the guests arrived they were presented to the host, hostess, and guest of the evening in the parlor. Soon after 8 o'clock dancing began in the dining room and adjacent lanai. Music was supplied by Prof. Bergcr and a detachment of the Royal Or chestra. Before 1 1 o'clock all were served with chicken salad and other toothsome viands, followed by delici ous ice cream, sherbets, and ice cream bricks Air. Steiner of the Elite Ice Cream Parlors being the caterer. Beautifully decorated cakes were sacrificed on the occasion. Novel ties among the refections were ice cream chickens and other figures in the same perishable material. Mild beverages were available close to the dancing rooms all the evening. After refreshments the order of business for the evening was re sumed, and kept up merrily till mid night. In the course of the evening Mr. Young, at a hint from a prying newspaper blade; conducted the in quisitive oue and other "wall shrubs" over the house, showing them the re novations made a few months ago, which practically uiadc the old family "roof tree" a new structure. The visitors admired the roomy and com modious chambers, including four bedrooms, in the second story added to the fabric. The snug balcony in front, among other picturesque addi tions to the mansion, is a very taking rest-place. A hall running the depth of the house affords a generous cir culation of air, a blessirg particu larly when the "toldrums" are in season. Below is a list of the guests : Mr. and Mrs. T. May, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hatch, Mr. and Mrs. II. von Holt, Miss Spaulding, the Misses Walker, Hon. and Mrs. W. G. Irwin, the Misses Glade, the Misses Carter, the Misses Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Gunn, Miss Cornwell, Miss Widdi field, Miss Woilehouse, Miss Lowrey, Miss Vida, Miss Fuller, Miss Irish man, Miss Voss, Mr. and Mis. Dyer, Miss Rose, Miss King, Mr. and Mrs. Z. K. Meyers, Mrs. G. Wilder, Miss Beuner, Mr. and Mrs. r. L. inter, Mr. and Mrs. Hastings, Mr. and Mrs.' E. F. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Hedemaiin, Mr. and Mrs. Logan, Mr. and Mrs. T. It Walker, Mr. W. C. Parke, Mr. W. W. Richardson, Mr. S. Widdi lield, Mr. O. Carter, Mr. W. II. Baird, Mr. Preston, Mr. A. Brown, Mr. J. Oilman, Mr. W. O. Alwatcr, Mr. S. Wilder, Mr. Paris, Mr. C. W. Ashford, Dr. R. Anderson, Mr. W. Preston, Mr. S. Louisson, Mr. V. Mclncrny, Mr. J. Mclnerny, Mr. E. Benner, Mr. T. Cummins, Mr. Hughes, Mr. J. J. Lenox. KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOL. lute rest lag IteuiH from Handicraft for October. The schools in Honolulu are to be congratulated on the promptness of pupils in reporting at the opening of the new term of study. - Kauielia meha shares with the schools in this satisfactory record. Both the Manual and the Preparatory are full, and applicants have been turned away on this account. Our attendance is uow one hundred and eighty-six, there being one hundred and twenty-six in the Manual and sixty in the Prepara tory. Such an auspicious opening is a very favorable symptom of an ap preciation of opportunities which boys and young men anywhere might well be grateful for. Not all our graduates have teach ing in view, however. John Waia ni an is at woik as a draughtsman in an architect's oflice in Honolulu, and Wm. Rathburn has just been ap pointed manager of Mr. Dillingham's cattle ranch at Kahuku. We shall watch with great interest the career of these young men who have so re cently gone out from us into the responsibilities of active life. $100 REWARD UT ILL be given to anyone flinlitig a Diamond which was lost from its setting between refill, me ol .Mr. Kenjes iii Nuiiiinu Valley and the Post Ollice on Tuesday last. 2i tf HAWAII BASEBALL LEAGUE. Tim Tr wa) i:..nipin.v rrrnif a Cuii-ortVr front " Joe J'lojei s. A meeting of the Honolulu Base ball League was held to-day at nnon at tho Chamber of Commerce rooms, the local clubs being all represented. The President, lion. W. F. Allen, called the meeting to order and the objects of the assemblage was stated, which were the presentation of the silver cup offered by the Hawaiian Tramways Company to the League, ami the consideration of an offer from the San Jose Baseball Club of the California League to come here nnu play a series of games. Mr. O. P. Paine, manager of tho Hawaiian Tramways Co., made the presenta tion, leaving the disposal of the cup to the discretion of the League. On motion the cup was accepted ami a vote of thanks was passed to t lie company. . The other object of the meeting was tlien in order, which was an offer from tlio San Jose ball team to visit Honolulu should sullicicut induce ment be offered by the league. The offer was discussed by the members and it was linally decided '.hat a committee, consisting of Hon. W. F. Allen, Messrs. W. B. Oleson, II. M. Whitney, jr , J. W. Winter, and Chas. Wilder, be appointed to can vass the town for subscriptions and report to the next meeting to be held on Monday. The San Jose team is a professional one having a cinch on championship honors in the Califor nia league, and if satisfactory ar rangements can be made some line games of "ball as is ball" will be witnessed. An offer from the San Francisco team of the same league was also received but was laid on the table, the conditions being out of the question. A RUNAWAY. Chinese hack No. 221 took a notion to create a little sensation at 9 o'clock this morning by running away from the Fish market. At the Ewa corner of Nuuanu and Queen streets the runaway collided with a dray, smashing one wheel of the back. Continuing across to the other side of Nuuanu street the hack was badly wrecked against a telephone post. Freeing himself the horse dashed up Nuuanu street and endan gered the lives of several people. A lady in a carriage near the Hono lulu Iron Works had a narrow escape from collision with the runaway. FOB NEAVOUSNESS I'mc llorHt'oril'N Arid rirNilintv. Dr. W. C. Hanscojie, Minneapolis, Minn., Fays: "I used it i i a case of acute rheumatism, during convales cence; the particular symptoms I wished to relieve were sleeplessness and nervousness, and the results were all I desired." WANTED A SECOND-HAND Delivery Wagon, m must bo in good order. Address "P. O. Uox 2C5." 2(il Iw LOST 1)OSTAL Savings Bank Book No. a:!24. Kinder will please return to James ('. Quint), Cnited Carriage Stand, corner King ami Fort sis 2ti0 ;it SITUATION WANTED. AYOl'NCi American fiirl aged 14, wants u situation to care for a child. Address "L: C," this ollice. 2I!() It FLliNISHED ROOMS jfc N Nuuanu Avenue, shade or Slli,u wi,n blllh' SatisS suited to light housekeeping. Apply nt this ollice. io.', tf FOR SALE 44 A (AwSAS i- DEMISABLE; Building Lot on the tinner side of Young street and opposite J. Leal's residence, having 80 ft. frontage and It. deep, well planted with trees and Mowers, water laid on and all fenced. Apply to J LEA I.. WO lm FOR HALE. T-CUNISHKD House for tale cotitniiiiii!' narlors. tliri'i. tii'itriwiiiw il i ni mr. cut tin kitchen. liantl'V. bathhouse mid out houses, wilh lease of lot. Inquire on premises on Young street, between Thomas Square and Alapal street. 25B tl Family Residence To Let. 'pilK Handsome Residence yyssa 1 on Be retail hi street, be fcyffSfr l'tnging to tin; Dickson Kstate, occupied by Mr. J. II. Soper is for rent on November 1st. For particulars in quire of YV K. AI.I.KN. liishop it Co 's Building, Kaahu inanu streer. '2R5 lm FOWL KU'S YARD. gf.-M i I TAVIN'G bought the lease frjV. rfc 1 1 of tins well-known 'i I.oiLlng Ks al)lishiii?ni, I would call aiteuliou to it.s 100 rooms, w hich I intend to kept in the best con dition. Am body desiring lodgings will please take notice. 255 lm JOHN RADIN. M. I.HIA'1. M. GOMKZ. Hawaiian Eientrcplating Works, Oppojite fio n:?n Church, Punchbowl. Hanging I. an.; Chandeliers, Brackets, e'e , can m i l Kelai'(Urred and Ke gi'ded fiii..l to new. It makes no differ, enee how dirty and black they are, we an make them look :u ft'ooU as wheu you bought ti.em from t'ie store. Try it kiiil lie convinced. Mutual Telephone No. 700. 2"8 tf uernicui Syrup" Here is an incident from the Sotrth Mississippi, written in April, 1890, just after the Grippe had visited that country. " I am a farmer, one of those who have to rise early and work late. At the beginning of last Winter I was on a trip to the City of Vicksburg, Miss., where I got well drenched in a shower of raiu. I went home and was soon after seized with a dry, hacking cough. This grew worse every day, until I had to seek relief. I consulted Dr. Dixon who has since died, and he told rue to get a bottle of Boschee's German Syrup. Meantime my cough grew worse and worse and then the Grippe came along and I caught that also very severely. My condition then compelled me to do something. I got two bottles of German Syrup. I began using them, and before taking much of the second bottle, I was entirely clear of the Cough that had hung to me so long, the Grippe, and all its bad effects. I felt tip-top and have felt that way ever since." Peter J. Brians, Jr. , Cay uga, Hincs Co., Miss. 6) NEW GOODS RECEIVED BY THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'u. Chandeliers. Piano, Banquet and Library Lamps, in oxidized silver, wrought, black and polished brass, direct from the factory. Turkey and Ostiich Dusters. Wire on Spools. Tucks and Scmare Flax Packing. Disston's Files. , Tube Scrapers. Hammers. Carvers, Table and Butcher Knives. Refrigerators and Ice Chests. A fresh invoice of Rubber Hose, etc., etc., etc. PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY, (I'D)., FOUT S'IKKET. RE-OPENING OF THE "ARLINGTON" HAVING become favorably known to the public of Honolulu through our management of the Eagle House for several years past, wo now call the attention of business men in particular to our intention of re-opening the Arlington in addition to the previously mentioned well-known bouse. The doors will bo open for lunch On MONDAY, November 9th, for the first time, and wc ask the co operation of the public in our venture, with the assurance that wo will do all in our power to make the Arlington a first-class (lining ball. Eagle House guests will have the .privilege of eating t heir lunch down town, and we trust we will receive a liberal share of the public's patron age. jn 2w THOS. E. KROUSE. FOR SALE ! We have been instructed to oiler for sale the tollowing NEW MACHINERY! Lately Imported from Europe, viz: 2 Tubular Boilers, lift, diam., 20ft.. long with furnaces complete 1 First Effect with 1100 sq. ft. beating surface. 1 Second EH'ect with 1!)00 sq. ft. heat ing surface. 1 8-ton Vacuum Pan with all fixtures complete. 1 Patent Juice Steam Boiler with 1 steam force juice pump. 1 Mixer, 50 coolers (eaeli on 3 wheels). 1 30-Fraiue Filterpress. 1 Monteipies, 1 Centrifugal Molasses Pump. 1 Upright Exhaust Steam Keheater. 1 Smokestack, Cft.xoOft. 1 Hotwater Receiving Tank. 1 Horizontal Steam Engiivo for driv ing 12 Centrifugal Machines. 4 Centrifugal Machines. 2 Large Vacuum Pumps, size of air cylinder 2Ix2(i. 1 Large Watcrpump, size of steam cylinder 1 1 inches. 1 Juice Tank, lUUO gallons. 2 Steam Traps. 2 Wrought Iron, 1000 gallons dan ders. 1 Cleaning Pan. 1 Diffusion Plant for making 25 tons Sugar in 22 hours, consisting of Caneslieing Machine, Steam En gine, 12 Cells, 1 Waterpuinp, Hair Belt, Knives, etc., complete. The above being a full plant for a complete sugar factory will be sold on very reasonable terms cither as a whole or in part. fjff" For further particulars as to prices, drawing, etc., apply to ti. HACKFELD & CO. 258 714-1 It NOTICE. Mil. J. W. McOl'IKE begs to an nounce that he has resumed the use of the Hell Telephone No. 4l.. and re-ipei tfully solicits the patronage of his friends and the public in general. Mu tual Tel. No. 5;t: Bell Tel. No. 4H.r.. 2aS lw J. W. McGlTKE. TOOLS OF -: Fli J.M HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu. An Entire New Stock of Dry Goods & Fancy Goods, MI L LI i Eli Y NOW OPEN AT N. S. SACHS', 104 Fort Street, - - Honolulu. New Dress Goods, Dross Silks & Grenadines A New Assortment of Fancy Draperies, Scrims, Madras & Curtains Latest Patterns in Sateens, Fancy Cotton Pongees, Ginghams & Cotton Crapes New Novelties in Parasols, Silk Shawls & Fancy Cashmere Shawls Kid GIovh. Kid Glovew, A Full Assortment of Sixes and Colors. SPECIAL 15 AUG A INS ! 8-hitlmi lnift MwMn lift Gloves far $1,00, The New Detective Camera (AiARET ONE-THIRD SMALLER! Every Way Better than Any Other Hand Camera ! Just Received and For Sale by BENSON, SMITH & CO., 1 i:t-ll. I'urt Miwt, : p. o. box iso WmI Cor. iiiiiiLtii gjT All kinds of NEW and SECOND-HAND FUKNITURE sold cheap for cash at the I X L. V8T The I X L pays the HIGHEST CASH PRICE for all kinds ol Second-hand Furniture, Sloven, Sewing Machines, Etc., Etc. 10" IF YOU WAN T TO SELL out your Household Furniture in its entirety, call at the 1 X L Auction & Commission House, corner Nuuanu and King streets. Prompt Returns Made on Goods Sold, on Commission S. W. LEDERER, Stare Open Saturday FINE CIGARS! We have received a IBff? f IIII"AB Which w oiler to Lovers of the Weed. ALSO Straiton and Storm Cigars ! In Largo "Vnriety. Pet Cigarettes and Tobacco to: HOLLISTER & CO., IO! Fort Ntrwt, : : . : : t Honolulu, II. I. I'ion't bite off wire with your tct'tli ! Don't pull up tacks with a screw driver ! Doii'.t open tin cans with a butcher knife! )on"t split wood with a hummer ! Don't sharpen your knife on the .stove ! Don't borrow votir neiirh bor s shovel !' Don't forget that you can buy ALL SORTS THE :- Honolulu, II. I. "T" WW! ; V",? K J A : MUTUAL TEL. 90.: . Jk, Itiutr Htroetn. PROPRIETOR. Kvouinjrs till 9 o'clock. -S Sample Lot of Choice CIGARS ! ( t ..... .i?