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Daily Jl xUcjSS.
VOL. II. NO 42.
SLLNGS Md ARROWS
By UUQ1I com? AY.
Author of "Called Bach? "Dark Days
"A Family Affair," Etc.
CHAPTER VIII. Continued.
1 About half-way wb mot tho surgoon. He
called a halt, oxamlnod tho Injured mnu,
an I coraplimontod mo on tho way In which
I applied the tournlquat. Tho saving of
tho man's life, If It could bo Eatrod, would
bo duo to my prompt notion. How littlo
ho know that, boforo attempting to eavo
It, I had dono all In my power to toko that
He gave Grant moro stimulant "How
In the world did it happen?" ho askeJ. turning
1 was stammering out some reply, when
I eaw Grant's eyes open, and lib lips movo
as If about to speak. Tho surgoon and I
bom over him.
"Acoilent." I h'oard him say to tho
"Shot mysolf vorystupil."
, "Hush, don't tali," said tho surgoon.
Grant said no more. Hla oyes mot miuo
for an instant, and their look told mo that
if he died, he meant to die without nccuilng
mo. My heart was too full for mo to siy a
Word. I ttirnnr) naMft in Mrln ntr fltM
irom tlw rough bearers, who once moro
raised tho prostrato form.
"Huml" sold tho surgoon. "Very strango
for a mnn to 6hoot himself in tho right
breast. Must bo loft-handed, Isupposo.'
Tho rhk of carrying Grant ur tho hill was
too groat to bo incurrod, so by my instructions
ho was borno to the iun. Thoro, on
my own bod, was placol the man whom I
had, without ouo thought of compunction,
that morning gouo out to kill. Now, an
hour later, I hung over him in spoachloss
agony, awaiting tho result of the surgeon's
I Briefly it was this. Tho bullot my hand
after all must havo swerved hod entered
tho right breast, crushing through the
framework of bones, and was now lying
embedded under the shoulder-blade, it
could bo distinctly felt in its resting-place,
and by and bye could bo cut out. Itwas to bo
hoped that no partlclosof clothing had been
carried into tho wound.
I But would ho live would ho over be
himself again Undoubtedly, unless unforeseen
complications arose. Tho cure
(would bo a tedious affair, but he would be
1 fl hoard this favorablo report, I could
have thrown myself on tho surgeon's neck
and wept for joy. If Eustace Grant, when
ho thought himself dying, could forgivo mo
and strive to shield me, I folt certain ho
,would forglvo me when his rocovory
an assured fact forgive, and, with
his solemn asseveration still echoing
through my mind, I darod to hope, aid mo
in regaining the woman who bad left mo
for some reason which was now veiled in
mystory. But I thrust this dawning hopo
into the background. At present my ono
task must be to undo, or to use ovory
human means to overly the diro
of my murderous deed.
I I left thfl rnnm. anw thrt InnVanns.. nA
his wife, and gavo such unlimited Instructions
for ovory caro and comfort procurable,
that the good peoplo's oyes brightenad. No
doubt it seemod to them that prosperous
days were dawning on St. Saurm. Iordorod
0 messenger to bo sont at onco to L'Oriont
to request the attondanco of tho boit
tho placi boastod. I should have telegraphed
to Paris for surgical aid, but I
foared to naste precious time. Then I settled
do wn to nurso my lato foe as one nurses
a brother. I flood not give in detail tho
account of Grant's progress toward recovery.
I need not describe tho hopes nnd fears
iwhich shook mo a3 each day he Boomed a
littlo better or a little worse. The anguish
1 felt when fever sat in anl bo was for a
Whllo delirious, and, as I beliovod, on tho
point of death was a punishment I am fain
,to think almost commensurate to my do-sorts.
I watchod by him day and night.
Such sleop as I took was snatched In a bod
laid at the foot of his. All tho world for
mo seemed to bo contained in that sick room.
Even Viola was for the time almojt driven
from my thoughts. Until Grautgrew well,
I could think of no ono but him.
I Everything he took was from my hands
,It seamed to me to bo port of my ntonomont
.that I should wait upon him like a slave.
iHad he turned from mo iu disgust had he
by word or gesture shown that tho constant
presence of the man who had done bis best
,to kill him was unsupportablo, I think I
must havo gone mad.
I But he suffered mo to nurso hlra; nay,
more, seemed grateful for my aid. Perhaps
it was my devotion and solicitudo for tho
ufforer which averted tho suspicion which
might well havo fallen upon ms. 1 boliovo
jtho local surgeon guesssd something of the
facts of the cas3, but he wai a dlscrost man
and said nothing. Tho people at tho inn
.wore too much delighted with tho windfall
.to be curious aa to how it was brought to
I As tho local surgeon had pro J Ic tod, tho
,0050 was a long and toJIouj affair. Four
dreary weeks passed boforo I, for ono,
could hope that danger was at an ond,
Thon, to my intloscrlbablo joy, Eustaco
.Grant bogan to mend rapidly, so rapidly
jinai mo muo surgeon swelloa with pride,
and plumed himself upon tho successful
issuo brought about by his treatment.
I By his own request, Grant was moved to
his own houso, the farm on the hlU.
I In a shamofacod way, I bosgod that I
might bd allowed to accompany him, and
continue my duties of si ck nurse. In reply,
ho held out his wastod left hand, grasped
'my own, and so settlod the matter,
I Scarcely a word had yet passod between
,us concerning tho vongoful act of mine
rwhtch had so nearly proved fatal to tbo
jtvm toward whom I now feel as a brothor.
Once or twico I stammerod out somo prayer
jior forgivoness. He had always chocked
line by an action, as ono would mako who
Las forgiven, or who has nothing to
As all talk likely to agitato him had
ifceen forbidden, I was obligod to lot my
of contrition llo In abej anco. It
iwha also part of tho punishment which I
jtuetod out to mysolf that during thoso
weeks Viola's name nover crossed my lips.
Grant, a great, gaunt wreck of his former
elf, was carried up to Boulay's farm.
The journey did him no harm. Tho
change from tho sheltorod vlllago to the
high, breozy table land, was a mo.it
ona. Jn a fortnight's time bo could,
by leaning on my arm, creop about, and
every day brought him now strength.
"Whoa he grew tired of walking, I had a
couch wheeled out in front of tho houso.
(0n this, under an awning made out of an
old sail, ho lay for hours, drinking iu the
fres1! sea breeze. One day ho turned to mo.
I "Julian.11 ho said ho oft;n used mv
Christfan hamo ndw "1 fool so much
strongor nnd hotter that I must go to wori
again. Will you bo my nmonuonsisf'
, His right arm was still disablod. I think
1 -lire were eyea aa I thanked him
j i suggestion.
'nvo mo a look full of sympathy and
ouoss. Then, at his request, I sought
1 U found a bundlo of manuscript and
. 1 1 materials. Still lying on tho couch,
,3 half closed, ho dictated to me
) iijo pigo of a work which has since
1 nud brought him moro fame and
.1 opt for tho dostre, tho
1-, which grow stiongor nnl strongor
uour to hoar tidings of Viola, thoso
.rs3p3nt with Grant at thatlonoly farm-
jj on tho edge of tho sea would hnvo
i vory happy onos to ma Leaving out
ho question tho feallng of thankfulnoss
my murderous designs had fniloJ, tho
. cuarm of tho mans society was such
it I coull havo HngeroJ for monthB at
I know that Eustaco Grant was
iiaklng, not only a wlsor, but a better man
But Violal I must hear of hori Thoro
is a limit to aud Grant was
now strong onough to talk on all and ovory
subject. Sooner or later, I felt suro that
ho would enter upon my own troubles; that
trom him I should learn why my wife' loft
m3, where I could moot with her, how I
could host bring hor to me ngain. Is it any
wonJor that I longed for tho momont when
no migut spoaitf
It came "at last. One night night so
still and calm that ovon the proverbially
turbulout waves of tho Bay of Biscay wero
nil but at rest, Grant and I wore sitting out
in the moonlight. He was in a thoughtful,
silent mood, nnd for a while I respected tho
sanctity of his meditation. Then, movod
by a sudden impulse, I begun onco moro to
oxpross my deep contrition and remorso for
my rash act, my joy at what I now hoped
wa3 my new frientt's all but complete recovery.
He chocked mo quickly.
"Do you know what , thought flashed
through mo, even as I folt tho sting of tho
bullot? You may boliovo I had no wish to
die; but I said to myself, wero I in that
man's place Ignorant as he Is of tho truth
I Should havo rinnn nq lift ia flnlrto. np nvnn
worso. If it gives you any satisfaction to
hear mo HOV tllnfc T fnrtri vnn T cntr If
Now, let us never airaln mention tha mib.
He held out bis hand. I grasped it in
deep gratitude, and once more there was
sllenco between us.
My thoughts flew to my missing love.
Ohl if Bho wero but besido me beside us!
for joalousyof Giant had left me. If wo
wero but gazing together on that bright
moon. If my nrm nas but around her, aad
my lips whispering the words of lovo into
horeart If hnr flnirnra witli fVin -? pn.me.
lug touch which I so well romemborod, wore
I Crflllll bnr If. Tin lnnitor T ttiptta in
Grant, and crlod in a voice of anguish;
me aui en mo wneresnolsl Uivo
mo Viola ngainl"
Ho turned ftfc nivnr. ThniTinAl!r.Tif. wno
full on his palo face. His eyos his features
ovlncsd doop sympathy and compassion.
A llflL. fearful thought . ..... ran through "-i me.
one is not aondl" 1 gasped out.
"No; she is not dead."
"Thou where is sho? For mercy's sake
toll me I Seoi I havo been patient I bnve
Dot ovon nskod youl But tho ;time has
come I must knowl"
I saw him knit his brows, not angrily,
but as ono in doop thought My lips wore
trembling; my emotion so great that I
could not repeat tho quostion.
Breathlessly I waited for Graut to speak.
At last, in a gravo voles, ho broko siloncos
"You boliovo tho words I spoko when
when I thouzht I was dying?'
"Could I bo with you nowif I did not
"Will you boliovo me when Isay that It
will bo bapplorforbothof you, if you nover
moot or hear again of ono another?"
"No; I will not boliovo that. How can
I? Sho, tho wifo I loved, loaves mo without
ono word. With my kiss still norm on
hor lips, she passes aw ay from me, it seems,
torevorl Lot mo see her let mo hear why
sueum mis tuingr
Grant was silon t; but onco moro he took
my hand and pressed it
"Toll mO." I COnHtillOfl 'Ttnmomlu...
even after all that has recently passod, I
am jusuueu iu nsiung you 10 explain your
iKiitiu lueuignt. mis is at least duo to
'Yes. vou nre rieht it is. All tlmr. T win
1" clenched mv hnndn nnrl lnnnort
eager to catch e vory word that fell from
urouu a upa. ju.y wuoio luiuro seemed to
rest on what I loarnod during tho next few
mlmina. nrnnh hpfrnn flmnlrlnr. ft. n .n1m
and deliberate mauner. It struck me oven
then that ho was weighing ovory nord, so
tt3 to bo suro of saying no more or no loss
than was neodod.
"Julian," bo&aid, "in ordov to understand
my action in the matter, you must first of
nllhftnr lnmlml tlm Trnfh wMn.i niioail
intuitively when first wo mot. I loved Viola
with all tho strength of my nature. I had
tovoi hor for vnniM nml T tvna ivnfHnr 1,1
tho hopo that some day sho would bo mino.
it. wta u uuujr uiuw lu rouirn nomo anuilnu
that another man was about to marry her.
It neoded nil inv nnwnr nf will fi IiMa mw
feelings from her, and do what I could to
insure hor happiness."
Ho sighed nnd was silent for awhile.
"Howover," he continue J, "shaip as the
pang was at tho time, it is now a thing of
tho post I havo conquered mysolf. My
lovo now for Viola is that of a brothor to a
dear sister. You will boliove this.
I nodded. He resumed in n lighter ma n-ner:
"Yes, I havo conquorod it I think I
now puur all my lovo into my books. But
at that time I worshiped hor. I would
bavo glvon my llfo to savo hor from griof.
Her wish was to mo a command. Hor
smallest request au obligation to bo discharge!
atoll cost. 1javing this out of
tho question, hor mother confided her to
me. This was why I did not toll hor I
loved hor. I foredd mysolf to wait until
she was 31; then it was too lato."
Another pause. I glanced at his face.
was ono of actual pain. If
IustaG3 Grant linil onnnllnrrul lifa l.i.lna
passion the inomory of it was still keen,
"namomber nlso," ho wont on, "I
trilstod Vnll. I lm.4ftnf.n.l InnipliArnimTn..,
up ray mind not to interfere. Your
munwo suppression 01 your truo unmo and
position is accountable for tho mistrust I
- - ..w MvWM UUIUUUIJ3
to sway mo 'ovo for Viola, nnd mistrust of
wo iiiau wuu was m marry nor, uo you
To bt Continutd.
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.y.,i. 11 11
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1886.
p P. GRAY, M. D.,
WTSiaiAN AND BUndEON,
Office, next door to the Honolulu Library.
. 8 to IO A. M.
Office Hours: 3 to 4 r. m.
7 to 8 r. it.
Sundayi, 9 to it A. 11.
RESIDENCE, AUkea St., Opposite Y. M. C. A.
D R. A. McWAYNE,
PliraiCIATf AND SUliaEON.
Office and Residence 34 Alakea itreet.
Office Hours 9 'to ti a. m.; 6 to 8 p. m.
J M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
Dental Rooms on Fort Blreet,
Honolulu......... H. t.
Office in Brewer s Block, corner Hotel and Fort
Streets, entrzece on Hotel Street.
pDWARD F. HOPKE,
O O UN SEZOJt AT ZAW.
Office; Room No. 9 (over the Bank), Spreckels'
CLARENCE WILDER VOLNEY VAILLANCOURT
A SHF0RD & ASHFORD.
Attorneys, Counsellors, Solicitors, Advocates,
Praetors, Conveyancers, Etc.
Office "Honolulu Hale," adjoining Post-office,
T. ALFRED MAG00N.
attorney at zaw,
41 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
JOHN H PATY,
Notary Publto and Commission of Deeds,
For the States of California and New York. Olice
at the Bank of Bishop & Co.
HONOtULU, Oaiiu, H. I.
J A. THURSTON.
(Successor to smith A: thurston)
Attorney at Zaw,
No. 38 Merchant Street Honolulu
O B. DOLE,
Counsellor at Zaw and Notary Public,
No. 15 Kaahumanu Street Honolulu
TIT R. CASTLE
Attorney at T.aw and Notary Public.
No. 19, Merchant Street Honolulu
Attends all the CouQs of the Kingdom. 310-261
an nffi mltf. f..... Tl!.!. f. -
- -.... "..... u.siiup ob iu., corner 01
merchant and Kaahumanu streets, and he will be
pleased to attend to any business to him.
WEST, II. M. DOW, X. W. MACFARLANE
w EST, DOW & CO.,
Importers and Dealers in all kinds of
Music, Fancy aud Ounancsa Goods.
rurnuureoi all lands, Hewing Machines, Mirrors,
Pn in I intra. I 'hrnmfn tnA '!'.. T)t...... C t
- """""w j. iv,luic frames ana
Lornlccs to order. Moving and repairing Furniture
No. 105 Fort Strbet Honolulu
A L. SMITH,
Importer and Dealer in Glassware,
jawmen o II are,
II rackets, Vases,
No. 83 Fort Street,, Honolulu
King's Combination Spectacles and Eyeglasses,
Lustra! Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frames,
Wostenholm's Pocket Cutlery, H. I. Chase's Island
views, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine -Oil. all
kinds of Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashions.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged Light.
Running Domestic Sewing Machine.
Jfeal Estate Broker and Employment
Rents Rooms, Cottages, Houses, and sells and leases
Real Estate in all parts of the Kidgdom. Employ,
ment found for those seeking work in all the various
branches of business connected with these Islands.
IS" N, B. Legal Documents drawn, Bills collected,
Books and Accounts kept, and general office work
transacted. Patronage solicited. Commissions mod.
Honolulu, II I,
DISHOP & CO., Bankers
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIAr"
And their agents in
Messrs. N M. ROTHSCHILD & SONS,
The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO.
OF SYDNEY, LONDON.
The COMMERCIAL HANKING CO.
OF SYDNEY, SYDNEY, N. S. W.
The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO.
OF SYDNEY, MELBOURNE,
Hie BANK OF NEW ZEALAND
And lis branches in
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
The AZORES AND MADEIRA ISLANDS.
I he CHARTERED BANK OF LONDON
AUSTRALIA AND CHINA.
AND YOKOHAMA, JAPAN.
Iramatt a Cmiral Banking Businttt,
ty E. WILLIAMS,
Importer and Dealer in
rtirnilure of Every Description. Also
Upholsterer and Jlanttfictiircr.
Furniture Warerrtonn No. in TW trmt. W-!..
shop at old stand on Hotel Street." All orders promptly
attended to. 33-303
C BREWER & ILimtttJ.) C0MPAN
General MereantlleandComnUsston Agents
Queen StREEt, Honouilu.
Officers P. C. Jones, jr. presid' "nd manager !
jf' "ntr, treasurer ana secretary, uirrcton
Hons. Chariest. Bishop and H.AP. Carter; W". F
Allen auditor. ' f bis84
TJD. HOFFSCHLABGER & Co
Importers and Commission Merchants.
No. 48 Queen Street HonoIulu OAiiu. H I
p A. SCHAEFER ct Lo.
Importers and Commission Merchants,
No. jo Merchant Street I Honolulu
Bool and Shoemaker
Boots and Shoes made to Order,
No. 103 Fort Street... ....". J. . Honolulu
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise.
No. 35-31 Queen Street Honolulu
M. OAT, JR. &CO.
Stationers and News Dealers
Eed Rubber Stamp Agency
Gazette Block No. 35 Merchant Street
Honolulu II. I.
TJ HACKFELD & CO.,
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets Honolul
TT E. McINTYRE & BROTHER
Grocery and Feed Store.
Cor. Kino and Fort Sts Honolulu
H OLLISTER & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists and Tobacconists.
No. 59, Nuuanu Stleet Honolulu
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Meruit Engines, Bolters, Sugar Mills,
coolers, Iron, Brass and lead Castings.
Honolulu , ...II. I
Machinery of every description made to order
articular attention paid to Shp's Blacksmith! ng.
ob work executed on the shortestnotice. 310-261
E O. HALL & SON (Limited)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware and General Merchandise,
Corner of Kino and Fort Streets, Honolulu
William W. Hall Pr..M.nlim1 Tin..
hi 9a Ab!f ' Secretary and Treasurer
Wr- Allen Auditor
Directors 1 non as May, E. O. White 16-307
JTUSTACE & ROBERTSON,
All orders for cartage promptly attended to Parti
cular attention paid to the Storing and Shipping of
goods in transit to the other Islands. Also, Black
Sand and White Sand in quantities to suit at lowest
Offile No. 46 Queen street, adjoining auction
rooms of E. P. Adams ic Co.
-"yr Mutual Telephone No. 19
J7 H. OEDING.
Express and Drayman.
Office. No. 81 Kinjr Street.
Residence. No. 47 Pnnchbowi Sterol.
Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
Freight, Packages, and Baggage delivered to and from
all partsof Honolulu and vicinity. Careful attention
paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY" F.OR THE PURPOSE.
Office Telephone. No. 86."
House Telephone. No. 90 339-390
C. W MACFARLANE, l. L. MACFARLANP.
Q- w. macfarlane'& 96.
Importers, Commission Merchant
and Sugar Factors.
Fire-proof Building.. '. Queen street, Honolulu.
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii,
J, Fowler & Go's Steam Plow and Portable Tramwa)
Mirrless, Watson A, Co's Sugar Machinery, Glasgow
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets,
Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets,
London and Honolulu Line of Steamers,
?un Fire Office of London 343-394
ASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping and CommisslonMerehants,
No. 80 King Street ,,.. Honoluli
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation.
The Alexander & Baldwin Plantation.
R, Halstead, or Walalua Plantation.
A. 11. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kau.ii.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul.
The Haiku Sugar Company,
Hie Kohala Sugar Company.
The Union Insurance Company of San Tranicsco,
The New England Life Insurance Company of Boston
the lllake Manufacturing Company of Boston
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Ppcket Line.
rlheMerchanl's Line, Honolulu and San Franctsc6
Dr. Jaynes ti Son' Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox ft Glbb' Singer Manufacturing Corananv.
Wheeleifc Wilson's Sewln Machines. . 110-361
J EWERS & COOKE
(Successor to Lewers & Dickson,)
Itnxiorters and Dealers in Lumber and all
kinds of Building Materials.
No. 82 Tort Street Honolulu
T A1NB & Co.,
Importers and dealers in Hay, Grain and General
Honolulu , .H. I,
JUT PHILLIPS & Co.
Importers and Wliolesale Dealers In Cloth
ing. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnishing
Goods, Fancy Goods, Etc.
No. to Kaahumanu Street Honolulu
CLAUS SPRECKELS. WM C IRWIN.
XXTM. G. 1RW1N & COA
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents.
Honolulu .... H. I
w ILLIAM McCANDLESS
Dealer in Cfiolcest Beef, Veal, Mutton, Etc.
No. 6 Queen Street Fish Market.
Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to.
Live Stock furnished to Vessels at short notice.
Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order.
Telephone n0 i3
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American and European merchandise.
FORMERLY WITH B0LLKS Ac CO.)
Ilhotesale and Retail Grocer,
lit, Kino Street Under Harmony Hall.
Family, Plantation, and Ship stores supplied at short
"0,lcf; We," ?.d,b,V every steamer. Orders from
the other Island faithfully executed.
Telephone No. 119 337-2 8
Dealer in Dry-Goods, nice, Tea, Silks and
UvVHOt .a....., jtuvis ana
Shoes, Bran, Feed and Flour,
Cigars and Tobacco.
Alcn nmtwi.in. f D!.. -1 c v.. . ..
. . "u "uSar riantations at
ir.. 1. VI I -v.
Kaneohe, Kdolau, Waipio Ewa, and Heeia.
Cor. Nuuanu and Chaplain Sts Honolulu
jyr S. GR1NBAUM & CO ,
Importers of General Merchandise and
Queen Street -. Honoluiu. If. I
cio. 134 uililornia street, San Tranrisco, Cal.
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vestment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for long or short periods on approved
security. Apply to W. L. GREEN,
Office Beaver Block, Tort St. Manager
M. A. CONSALVES. E. HUTCHINSON
ONSALVES & CO.;
Wholesale Grocers and Wine Merchants,
Beaver Block, Queen Street Honolulu
Post Office Box No. 309. Telephone No. a63.
T HEO. H. DAVIES & Co.
Kaahumanu Street Honolulu
General and Commission Merchants.
- . , AGENTS for
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company,
Northern Assurance Company (Fire and Life),
Pioneer Line of Packets, Liverpool to Honolulu.
Liverpool Office ....Nos 13 and 13 The Albany
Importing and Manufacturing
Stationer, Printer, Bookbinder,
And publisher of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual
Dealer In Tine Stationery, Books, Music, Toys and
Tort Street. Near Hotel Honolulu
S. M. CARTER,
Wood and Coal Merchant.
No. 82 King Street.
Telephone Number, in both Companies, 187.
Wood and Coal orders are hereby solicited, and
will be delivered at anyjocality within the city limits.
Departure- Bay Cool, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soa Wood, sawed and split, akays on
hand, and sold in quantities to suit. .
C. J. WALLER, Proprietor
Choicest Moats from Flnost Hordi.
Families and shipping supplied on short notice and at
Lowest Market Prices.
All meats delivered from this market are thoroughly
chilled immediately after killin; ny means oi a Uell-
uoieman 1'atent Drv Air Hefrif'erfitnr. Afnt u
treated retains alllts Juicyproperties, and is guaranteed
to keep longer after delivery than freshly-killed meat,
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
THE BEST ROUTE
To the World-Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea,
Via Punaluii, Hawaii.
THE NEW AND STAUNCH
Stmr. V. G. Hall JUalulavi.)
Capt. BATES,, Purser SIMERSON.
LEAVES HONOLULU AT 3 P. M. TRL
Tuesday, March. 9, touching at
maui about 13 a. m
about jo a.m.
Kealakeakua, Hawaii.... about noon.
And other Kona ports, arriving at Punaluu at 6 P. M
of the day after leaving; Honolulu. On the following
morning, 5 A. M. she arrives at Honuapo.
Returning she will leave Kau at 7 A. M. on Monday,
March 15th, touching at all way ports, including
Maalaea, Maul, at 6 a. m., and arriving at Honolulu
3 P. M. on the day following her departure from Kau.
The steamer passes along the entire . coast of the
lAKUF'irrl tlila nf IJn..A.I -" 1 fT
----" ""- ". uuuruing lounsis a panorama
or rharming Scenery, and will stop at Kealakua Eay
urhM. CHffir.n tima ie nil......! ..!.. .!
of CAWAiN COOK- monument
Tourists by this route reach Punaluu at 6 o'clock
only one night on the vessel, and making the entire
passage in smooth ater.
At Punaluu there isthe finest Hotel on Hawaii,
and from here Tourists will be conveyed 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.
By this route, the entire trip is made in five and a
halfdavs, allowing Tourists two nights and one whole
day at the Volcano House.
THIS IS THE ONZT CARRIA GE RO UTE
Tickets for the round trip 9B0, which pais all
XV Apply to HARRY ARMITAGE, Acent for the
ir ii- V.T . "uulcl u,c volcano, at J. J.
Williams, Photographer, No. toa Fort street, Honolulu;
Or at Office of the I. I. S. N. Co.. on the Esplanade.
Steam Navigation Comp'y,
Stmr. W. a. Hall (Malulant)
Will run regularly to Msalaea, Maui, and Kona and
lflV'?rieVfry TJ'mV " 5 " .for Nawihwili,
Koloa. Eleele and
Vaimea. Returning, will leave
Nawiliwili every Saturday at 4 p. M., arnvine at Hono-lulu,
every Sunday at 5 a. m.
Will run regularly to Hamoa, Maui, nnd
Honokaa and Paauhau, Hawaii.
Steamer C. It. Bishop,
oif.""??" .Fnday; ?5 . 8 A- " for Waianae,
Oahu, and Hanalei.and Kilauea, Kauai. Returninc.
. iana'' 'AY,1? Tuelay at a p. M-, and touching
at Waialua and
Waianae Wednesday, and arriving ai
Honolulu same day.
Steamer James Malcec,
Will run regularly to Kapaa, Kauai.
For further particulars inquire at the office of Inter-island
steam Navigation Co , Honolulu.
J. ENA, T. R. rOSTER,
BREWER & Col
Kilbv Street, Boston,
AGENTS OF HAWAIIAN PACICETS.
General Commission Agents.
Special attention given to the purchasing of goods of
the Hawaiian trade. Freight at law est rates.
FOR SAN TRANCISCO.
C. BREWER & COMPANY Agents
Merchandise received Storage Free, and liberal cash
advan cesmade on shipments by this line.
Books R elating to Hawaii,
Our Journal In the Pacific.
Jarves' History of the Hawaiian Islands.
Andrew's Hawaiiai Dictionary,
Andrew's Hawaiian Grammar.
Whitney's Guide Book.
Miss Bird's Six Months in the Sandwich Islands.
Miss Gordon Cumming's Fire Fountains.
Hawa un Almanac and Annuals 1875-1885,
Hawaiian Cook Book revised edition.
Hawaiian Phrase Book.
Easy Lessons for Hawaiian.
works ourj; or prin?
A Fow Copies Only,
Hawaiian Club Papers.
Honolulu Directory and Historical Sketches ol the
Hassinger's Custom House Tariff and Digest.
The Islander an 8 vo weekly lournal, March to
Together with an excellent variety of
Tor sale by
THOS. a. THRUM,
No. iOO Fort St
WHOLE NO. 195.
Itfer's ut$ Company.
New Route to the Volcano
ROUTE AND TIME TABLE
Leaves H0N01 ULU, H. I.
at 4 00 o'clock r. M
each week. Touching at Lahaina, Maalaea, Makena,
Maul, Mai aeona, Kawaihae, Laupahoehoe and Hllo,
Hawaii, and will make two trips to the Volcano each
month, leaving Honolulu on the first Monday following
the arrival of the mail' steamers from San Francisco.
When the steamer arrives on Monday the KINAU wil
leave on that day.
PA.SSENGIR RAINS will connect with the
Kinau at Mahukona
The KINAU WILL TOUCH at Honokai. and
Paauhau on down trips from Hilo for Passengers if a
signal is made from the shore.
The steamer KINAU will make the Volcano Trip,
reaching Keauhou on Wednesday morning, giving
Tourists two days and two nights at the Volcano
Tickets for the round trip $50,00, which pajs all
The KINAU will arrive in Honolulu Sunday morn,
ings on Volcano Trips. On Hilo Trips, will leave
Honolulu on Tufadaj s, and return Saturday morning.
Leaves Mondays at 5 p. m. for Kaunakakai, Kahu
lui, Huelo, Hana and Kipahulu ; and for Keanae, Mo.
kulau and Nuu every other week. Returning will stop
at the above ports, arriving back Saturday mornings.
For mails and passengers only.
THE KIZA VEA HOU.
Leaves regularly for Paauhau, KohoUlele, Ookafa,
Kukaiau, Honohina. Laupahoehoe, Hakalau and One-mea.
Will leave regularly for same ports as the Kilauea
Leaves each Monday at 5 p. m. for Kaunakakai, Ka
malo, Pukoo, Lahaina, Lanai, Moanui, Halawa, Wai.
lau, Peleunu and Kalaupapa. Returning leaves Pukoo
Friday at 10 A. M. for Honolulu, arriving Saturday
S. G. WILDER, Pres. S. B. ROSE, Sec'y.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco,
The new and splendid AI Steamship
" MARIPOSA "
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be due
at Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland
on or about
And will leave for the above port with mails and pas
sengen on or about that date.
havine SUPERIOR AC-
wi.ivuuuui, ppiy to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO..
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and fine AI Steamship,
Of the Union Steamship Co., will be due at Hono.
lulu from San Francisco on or about
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COiMo'teoNsTaply'ro'"8 SUPER,0R A
WM. G. IRWIN fr m
S. W. SMITHER,
Gentlemen's Clothing Cleaned and Repaired
Made Kqual to New.
NO. 56 HOTEL STREET.
No. 34 Port St., Clook Building,
Have received a consignment of the
and Valuable Fee3 for all kinds of stock, vij?
COOIOSD LINSEED MHJLL.
.he greatest Flesh former, Milk and Butter pro.
m,iMneel,rSy09Wpar1?eUnt,7 Per"n' f -'
,.a?hlbf,h" m'" ,q"ito 300 lbs. ol'oats
38 lbs. of or
corn, or to 767 lbs. orwhiat bran. '
Also, our UnrivaleJ MIXED VF.ED well .. .
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usual supply of the best kinds of
Hay, Oati, Wheat, Corn, Eto. Etc,
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Agents for the
Pacific Mutual Life In.uranca Co. ofXalirraIt
Agents for the HOOVER TELEPHONn
Commissioner of Deeds for the Siato of California
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