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W tt. Patterson
Practical architect and builder
Sketches & Estimates
Furnsihcd On Short Notice
The Bank of Hawaii
Incornorated Tnlcr the. Laws of
tho Renu. . lie of Hawaii.
CAPITAL. . . .$1)00,000.00
' OFFICERS AND "DIRECTORS
SURPLUS li UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooke . . President
B. C. Jones Vice-President
C. II. Cooko Cashier
F. C. Atliorton. . Assistant Cashier
Director- Jlonry AVaterhouse
Tom Muv, F. W. MacfarlaiiO, E. D
Tonnv. J. A. Mr andless.
. Solicits the Ao utmts of Firms.Cor
porations, TriM-. Individuals, and
will promptly .n.-l carefully attend to
all business r-'i, i. octed with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foroign Excinun:', Issue Letters of
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
i.rintcd in iv books, copies of
which may bi' had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
Metropoiiian Meat Co
GILBERT I f ALLER,
Wholesale and Retail
NTER10R HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection com
Drown, Spring Cove, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter tiiid Half
Round, P. G.. O. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Baso and Band mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames, (viudows and
door), Stair and Porch Rails,
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Bullet' Is Removed.
London, Oct. 22. Sir. Redvers
Duller has been rcliovcd of tho com
mand of tho First Army Corps in
consequence of tho speech ho lnado
October 10th, after the luncheon
given in his honor by tho King's
Royal Rifles, dealing with his famous
dispatch to General White at Lady
smith. Ho has been placed on half
pay, and General French has been
Saslu Doors & Blinds
all sizes and styles
I Nor' West Lumber - Surfaced
Red-wood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, isli, Oak
KAHULTJI RAILROAD CO
Tncoma, Oct. 20. Oriental advices
received hero state thai two splen
did now steamships, similar In size
and speed to tho Korea hud Siberia,
are to bo built in Japan by the Toyo
Kisen Knisha aud placed in operation
between Hongkong and San Fran
cisco. An announcement to tho
effect is madb by tho Japan Herald
Yokohama, which savs that the
Japanese lino does not intend to fall
behind tho Pacific Mail Steamship
New YoiiK. Oct. 21. A cablo to comuanV hi siao aud camicity of its
to the Sun from Havana says: A big Steamers.
movement is on foot throughout the 1nf Tnn.nvr.i will rnrnm.
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lsmnu in me miurosi oi aunu.uuui ,,,,.,,,..,.,,., f ,,, A
appointed to succeed him.
To Annex Cubu.
to the United States. Big meeting
arc to bo held next week in Havana,
Santiago and other cities, at which
the advantages of annexation will be
Theo. M. Dayies & Co.
Merchants and Commission Agents
HONOLULU, H. T.
merchant marine, but despite tho
pressure brought to bear upon him
to urge tho passage., of the ship
cnhcilfr Kill lin will trmlrn ltia vnnnm.
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boldly prociaimoo.iiig sugar planters mendation in enr,a torms nnd wiu
not recommend any particular mea-1 AC lis rgtor 'FypeXArite;! 550.0G:'
aud thousands of other leading clti-
mis vcliri hnv'n lin linlitipn.1 UXOR lo
' i - Isnpn.
irrinfl nnd have onlv tho welfare of
tho island at heart, do not conceal The Wilder -Steamship Company
their ndvocaev of annexation to the has advanced its passenger rates,
United States as the solution of as it is seated byl tho oflicors of the
tho problem of good government company that under the old prices
ni tho comnanv was operating with
positive financial loss. Horeafter tho
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Cape Colony in Rebellion. priCo lor a trip ueuvecn iionoiuiu
aud Hana, Hamoa or Kipahulu, will
London. October 21. -"Mr. Kruger 'cost $7 in tho cabin. The steerage
has received a report from Sclialk- faro is now .3 to all ports.
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
CAPS AiS'D FtfSE
MARKET ST. . WAILUKU
(ACtf OINTNQ UORIIA'S STORE.)
First Class in All Respects
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
- "Clean and Tidy
Whits Custom Solicited.
Burger that tho greater part of
Capo Colony is in open rebellion,"
savs n disnatuh to tho Daily Mail
from Brussels, "and that the iJoers
have armed lojOOO Afrikanders with
in tho last three months." C-
Capetown, October 17. Tho in-
ader havo reached the sea. A
commando of 500 men has penetrated
the rich Great Berg river valley to
Popcfield and Saldanha bay, north-
est of Capetown. The Republicans
havo secured a number of recruits
considerable quantities of supplies.
General French is directing the
operations against them. t
Want Alore Troops.
OJb1 THE FAMOUS
Yott tan now have your
Sofafe, Chairs, etc.', ' '
neatly Upholstered at my
Upholstering Shovj) in rear
of office formerly occupied
by Dr. Weddick, Main St.
Wailulrn. Many Years' ex
perience. Prompt attention
to country orders by mail
or telephone. .
D. L. MEYER.
Tel: 04. - Wailuku, Maui
London, Oct. 22; The Daily Ex
press learns mat. Jora ivucnener
has wired an .urgent demand to the
War Office for more trained mounted
More Troops ?or Philippines.
Ail kinds of Sausa&e.
Island orders promptly attended to.
108 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, - M. T.
Telegrams to all Points oi
Hawaii, Lanai and Oafuf
can now be forwarded by
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & tVuits.
MARKET ST WAlLUKU
Ffesh Ice Cream
bvery day at 10, A. M.
manila I Cigars
Fresh California fruits ;
Candies' Nuts, Canned Friiits &
MARK ET ST WAILUKU
Twenty cents per word
- $2.00 pet- message.-
Central Station for Maiii at
" rlejf.hoii No
HONOLULU H. T
This name on a Packag
of Drugs or Medicine is
giiatantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of thfe. Article.
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All 'first das', stores handle
Mi the Mill!
Sunlight does not pdnetrato sea
water to a greater depth than 700
feet or so, aud sea animals that live
at 1000 to 2000 feet usually havo no
eyes and no coloration. They resem
ble in this resnect tho blind fish of
tho Mammoth Cave. The drcgings
ot recent years have, however,
brought up hundrccis of species from
the very sea bottom that posses
largo and well-developed eyes and
that arc britrhtly colored with all
tho hues of tho rainbow. Eyes and
colors imply light. Whence .is. the
light derived? Recent investigation
show that a great number of deep-
sea animals are phosphorescent. They
give out light at will from various
organs. Some ol them arer even
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provided WIMI UjpUl-UbU9 -UJ IVUICU A J . . ' I'l ,. r
the emitted light is reflected to tho A due to arrive within a few days.
sea-bottom over .which they are
swimming. Others have eyes to see
by the light given out by different
individuals, though they give no light
of thtir own. Tho colors of dcop-
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sea ammai3 are 10 oo imerpriHuu
precisely as w3 interpret tho colors
of the land animals; they areprotect-
ive,allui'ing,warning,liko colors of m
BREWED BY THE IKENOWNEI
Anheuser-Busch Buewing Association of' 8t Louis,
. IN BBLS. ana CASES OF QUARTS' kW PINTS
Nkw York, October 21. A spe
cial to the Sun from Washington
says: It is no longer denied at tho
War Department that the Govern
ment proposes to star. iu,uuu more . .. , snakoB. Afulloxamina-
troops to tne i.nuippines m tue nex. . - -j-ouiia-ifieg rcsuitg in
& 6,, Ltd
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY;
thirty days, and most of them will
start from San Francisco.
Wife Fop Cable Bought.
making tho examiner even a better
Darwinian than before. Marine
New York, October 20. It is an
nounced on good authority that, tho
Commercial Cablo Company has plac
ed an order for the wire for tho cablo
to tho Philippines and will immediate
ly begin the work of construction.
George G. Ward, ouo of the directors
of tho company, when seen today
did not deny tho report, but said he
was not prepared to makoanystate-
mcut for publication.
Killed by Bolomen.
Vessels in Port Kahulul
Br. Bark Antione, Murray, from
Am. Bktne. James
from Newcastle, coal.
Oct. 30. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
il'UUI -LUUU1U1U, .tK- .-
Nov. 2.-S. S. Claudine, Parker, i 1 Op iSUggiCS
MANILA, October 18. Nino hun
dred bolomen attacked a detach
ment of forty-six men of tho Ninth
Infantry at Bangajon, on tho Gan
dara river, island of Samar, today,
killing ten and wounding six. Tho
remainder of tho cdnipany arrived
on the scene In time to prevent fur
ther slaughter and routed tho enemy I
killing over a hundred of them.
Sell The Shamrock li.
Oct. 30. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Nov. 2. S. S. Claudine, barker,
Nov. 2, Br. Bark Antiope, Mur
ray, for Ladysmith, ballast.
Oceanic Time Table.)
New Yoittfi Oct. 23. According
to tho Herald, Sir Thomas Lipton
o determined to sell tho Shamrock II
and she is now on. tho American
market. Beforb Sir Thomas left New
York for Chicago the beaten chal
lenger was placed in the hands' of
Messrs. Tarns,, Lemolino and Crauo
of this city with orders to disposo of
her. Tho prjee fixed is not knotfu.
Black, bass .or HaWali.
NoV. 1 Hongkong Maru. Yokohama
" 7 City of Poking S. P.
" 0 China...... Yokohama
" 0 Alameda. ! S. F.
" 14 Gaelic S. F.
" 19 Sierra Colonies
" 19 Doric Yokohama
' 20 Veiitura S. F.
' 20' Mlowei'a.' ..Colonies
" 23 Hongkong Marti. .S. F.
""23 Moana Victoria, B. C.
2(1 Nippon "Maru. .. .Yokohama
' 30 Alameda S. F.
" 30 Chiua S. F,
Wagons $100 & upwards!
$95 to $1001
.Surreys . - $160 fd
Phaetons RIr $17$ to
rB1r G -w -i J --v 4l Hy,Jl.;,,
Brakes. - $85. to $T5j
Harness. - $15 & nip pel set!
I Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co Ltd J
I P. O. Box 750 Honolulu, H, f
Bisiiiari Stable' Coiip
San Francisco, Oct. 24. Deputy
M. L. Cross of tho California Fish
Commission arrived in the city yos-
terdayfroni tho Sisson hatchery with
a numbor of largo cans containing
black bass fi'y, whioh will be' shipped
to the Sandwich, islands on tho
nteamer Sonoma todav. The Island.
aro entirely lacking in food -tish i
the fresh wa'tor sti-eams, aud, pro
fiting by Nev Ztj'Ulandjs eXUiriplc
Mt& avilih'.'thcniseh'es' 6! Califdr- '
nia s riches m that respect to otock
Having purchased the B15MARK STABLES
in Wailuku, the
.ES COMPANY, Ltd.,
1 IIongkong'Mnru, . . . . .S. F.
tr 1 . . . 1)1.! V',.! . .1. .
o china ;..s.F. will conduct two up-to-date livery stables
ui .mameaa. o. x' i
14 Gaelic.' Yokohainii
19 Sierra S. Fj
19 Doric.-::'.... ...:s.f;
20 Ventiifa; Colonics
20 Mlowcl-a. . . . Victoria, B. C,
SS Hongkong Maru.YckdhHiila
2C Nippdn Marti F.
30 China Yokohama
B 1SMAR K- STABLER;
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New tunc! 5 '.-'o rA&$ 2Jgb onC. teamo, ajid competout diivera.