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THE NEWS FROM ABROAD
FROM PAPERS BROUGHT BY
The Russian Fttes at Toulon-Germany
Alarmed -Other Matters of Con
By the arrival of the Aloha the Star
is able to give an abstract of the world's
news upon Oct. ist and ad.
Plan Fetes for the White
London, October i. From Pans
comes an elaborate program of a furt
night's Russian fetes, chiefly interesting
from the fact that President Carnot is
not going to Toulon to welcome the
fleet because etiquette would have com
pelled the Italian Admiral to go there
also to pay his respects. His presence
would be painfully incongruous.
But the mountain will go to Moham
med after all, for Tuesday, October
17th, is set for the reception of the
Russian officers by the President at
Paris, followed by a dinner in the
Palais Royal and a grand ball. Dinner
at the Hotel de Ville, which the City
Fat', ers so insisted upon, will be eaten
l!.e next day, followed by a torchlight
procession. Friday and Saturday,
October 20th and 21st, will be occu
pied with receptions, drives and dances.
while the festivities for the week will
end with a supper at the Army and
Navy C lub, after a special Russian per
formance in the opera house near by
On Sunday, the 22d, there will be
breakfast at the War Minister's, a re
ception by old General Saussier, a mil
itary tournament, a banquet to be
given by the Paris press, and fireworks
on the Champs de Mars. The Army
and Navy Club will entertain the vis
itors at breakfast on Monday, and they
will then go out to Versailles to see the
fountains play and enjoy a reception
and dinner at the h inds of the Minister
of Marine, and finally, on Tuesday, the
24th, after a parting benediction from
Carnot, who bids them to breakfast at
the Elysee Palace, they will be allowed
At Lyons they must stop for a re
ception, and in Marseilles the people
will know how to give them a rousing
welcome that will make the welkin
The last function will be at Toulon
on Friday, the 27m inst., wnen an
ironclad is to be launched with all the
pomp and color the French understand
so well to impart.
The fetes begin originally at Toulon
on Friday the ith inst, with a re
ception at the town hall and a big din
ner. The French flagship will wel
come the Russians on Saturday, and
the next day there will be a civic ban
auet, a battle of n wers and a visit to
the opera. Those who survive Mon
day will be expecud at another naval
orav, and must then take the train for
Paris, in order to enduie all the kind
Qrisei catalogued ab ve and other
still. It is much to be reared that tne
French, very friendless in Europe just
now, will, in their joy at so powerful
an ally, do that ally's navy to death
They See Menace to the Dreibund in the
Franco-Russian Love Feast.
Berlin, October I, It is claimed
that the military attaches of the Drei
bund are very much shown the cold
shoulder by French officers, and as
a retaliatory measure the military
authorities here propose to withdraw all
German military attaches from France,
in order to force the French Govern
ment to withdraw the military attaches
from Germany, Austria and Italy, who,
they claim, are acting as spies.
There are people, however, who
claim that the agitation is the work of
the military party in Germany, who
anticipate opposition in Parliament to
tli: demand which will be made for an
incicase in the army and navy ex
penditures. In the meanwhile arming
the legions of Europe continues and
the day of a general conflagration
seems to be approaching more rapidly
day by day. In fact there are peop'e
here who hint there may be serious
riots in Paris and elsewhere in France,
upon the occasion of the visit of the
Russian fleet to Toulon, for it is
claimed the "firecracker" party in
France is almost certain to make the
Russian visit the occasion for a de
monstration against the Germans and
Italians, not to mention the English,
against which country the extra de
monstrative class of Frenchmen cj im
to have a well-founded cause for resent
The Russian Government anticipated
these possible riotous demonstrations
for some time past, and with the object
of trying to prevent them the Czar and
Ambassador in Paris have been throw
iug cold water upon inflammatory
Fiance, and warning President Carnot
and advisers against the dancer of
being too demonstrative.
But all the warnings in the world w
not prevent the r rench from making a
tremendous fuss over the Russian visit,
and no amount of argument will con
vince the French people, as a whole,
that the visit of the Russian fleet to
Toulon is only a return visit, out of
common courtesy, for the visit of the
French fleet to Cronstadt.
A Treaty in Which All France's Claims
Are Acceded to Will Be Signed.
Bangkok. October 1, The final
settlement of the dispute between
France and Siam was arrived at to-day
bv the accentance upon the part of the
Siamese Government of the drafts of is written by the Chief Justice and tn
the new treaty presented by M. Deorsed by the others.
Government of Siam.
London, October 1. A correspond
ent at Bangkok cables that the con
vention agreed on to-day is much
modified. Copies have been signed
and will be exchanged on '1 uesday
evening next. The King is absent in
the interior, but will return after De
Vnliers goes t icelebrate the twenty-fifth
anniversary of his reign. The French
forces at Chantaboon are augmenting
The Times' correspondent in Bang
kok says :
'The draft of the treaty is compara
tively satisfactory and embodies the
ultimatum, but the convention attached
is entirely unsatisfactory. The latter
contains terms exceeding and contrary
to the ultimatum stipulating thai
France shall occupy Chantab ion after
the original stipulations shall have
been tarried out and until the left
bank of the Mekong and the reserved
zone skill have been completely
evacuated and pacified. Unless France
faithfully fulfills the pledges given by
M. de Villiers Chantaboon will not long
remain in the p issession of the French.
I'he verbal process accompanying the
convention reiterates that r ranee will
evacuate Chantabi.on as early as pos-
ible. Under this igreement Siam has
agreed to all. lamely owing to the
Kings resolve not to sacrifice the
Danish officers, which demand, in view
of his compliance otherwise, M. De
"During this (Sunday) morning
shortly before bum s decision was
given, the I rench man ol-war Aspic
raised steam. 1 he American warship
Concord arrived at the bar this morn
Prince Bismarck's Condition.
Bi.RLiN, October 1. Newspapers
here to day publish less favorable re
ports regarding Prince Bismarck's
health. It was the intension of the
family and physicians to remove him to
his home at f riedrichsruhe yesterday,
but the Prince was not in condition to
make the journey.
The prospect of a reconciliation be
tween the ex-Chancellor and the Km
peror grows slighter every day.
Sontag s Confession.
San Francisco, October I, George
Sontag has made a confession in which
he declares the Visalia bandits guilty
of train robberies at Pixley, Certs,
Goshen, Collis and in Minnesota and
Mrs. U. S. Grant is
at the World's
Italy will send a man-of-war to the
Sarah Bernhardt has reached Paris
from South America.
The Brazilian rebels are reported to
be again stielling Rio
France is building forts on the Alpine
frontier with great rapidity.
Liberals criticise Gladstone's speech
as being too moderate.
The anti Bismarck clique has re
gained the Kaiser's favor.
The Nevada Southern road is push
ing u wards I. s Angeles.
The U. S. S. Ranger has arrived at
Sin Francisco from Bering Sea.
Much opposition is made in Ger
many tO increasing the fleet.
l imes are very hard in Italy, silver
having disappeared from circulation.
The divorced wife of Edward Parker
IXacon has returned to New York from
An emeute of prisoners at Fort
Smith, Ark., was subdued by a plucky
Thomas A. Edison is out with a
scheme to make wheat and iron stand
The mutinous Indian leaders at
Yuma have been caught, and are in
A duel with sickels has been fought
to the death by gravediagers in Green
Commander Whiting has been re
lieved or his c nimand so that he may
marry Miss Afong.
A corporation headed by D. O.
Mills has bought the Palace Hotel in
Silver repealers are weakening and
there is strong talk of a compromise on
the silver question.
There is social excitement in New
York over a ballet dance given in the
Union League Club rooms.
Critics who have watched the Val
kyrie on her trial spins fear that she
will beat the V igilant. She is splendidly
The Argentine National Guard is
likely to join the rebels. There has
been much severe fighting in the
Commodore George Brown has been
promoted to Rear-Admiral. He favors
a Hawaiian protectorate. on the gr und
that the natives are incapable of seif
The nomination of Van Alen, tht
anglomaniac ambaiitdorto Italy, has not
been withdrawn. Tammany is working
for him, as is ex-Secretary Whitney
He is likely to be confirmed.
Supreme Court Decision.
In the case of the Hawaiian Govern
ment vs. Emil Wery, on an appeal
from a conviction for keeping a dis
ordeily house, the Supreme Court
decides that upon a charge of "keeping
a dis rderly house, to wit : a house kept
for the sale of intoxicating drink with
out a license," a conviction cannot bt
sustained upon proof of a simple act of
sale, without proof of other lacts or
circumstances tending to show that ihe
house was kept for that purpose, and,
therefore, the appeal is sustained and
the defendant discharged. The decision
Villiers, special envoy of France to
HAWAIIAN WAI, MfeHDAY, 0Ct6SlG!l 17, 189H. -SIX PAGES.
CIRCUIT COURT MAfTttRS
Lawyers Getting Ready for the Novem
F. Wundenberg, appointed master to
examine the accounts of the admin
istrator of the Banning estate, has filed
his report, and under the act of 1892,
concerning trustees, finds that the total
sum of money received by the admin
istrator representing the estate at the
time of the institution of the trust,
such as cash in hand and moneys
realized upon securities, investments,
and from sale of real estate and per
sonal property other than interest, rents,
dividends and other profits coming due
after the inception of the trust, to be
$156,049 13. Total sum of all moneys
received by the administrator in the
nature of revenue or income of the
estate, such as rents, interest and gen
eral profits, $60,044 12. 'Total sum
paid by the administrator to the widow
as income, S.imH 6l. 'Total sum
paid by the administrator to Rudolph
B. Banning, including securities claimed
by him to have been transferred to
the same, $76,92 1 22. Total commia
sions charged by the administrator in
his account, $13,631 39. Commissions
chargeable under the provisions of the
act, $9,166 76.
Appeal papers have been sent up
from the District Court this morning
in the cases of Ah Chew, convicted of
keeping a tenement house and fined
$30 and costs; Keao, convicted of
having Che ja tickets in his possession
and fined $20 and costs, and Moloka,
convicted of selling spirituous liquors
without a license and sentenced to pay
a fine of $200 and costs.
In the case of Caspar Silva vs.
Haliaka Squires et ai, a bill for parti
tion, an answer has been filed claiming
that the title to the property sought to
be divided rests solely in the defend
ants. In the ejectment suit of Clio P.
Newton tt' aL vs. S. Kaale et ai, the
answer of the defendants has been
In the case of Frank Brown vs. J. J.
Carvalho, D. J L. Mattos and J. M.
Vivas, Judge Whiting has rendered a
decision adjudging that all of the de
fendants are liable for the note $289 90
with interest at six per cent, from Oct
3d, 1892, and orders judgment for the
plaintiff for $308. Carter & Carter for
plaintiff, and Chas. Crtighton for de
fendants. Charles L. Carter, temporary ad
ministrator of the estate of I). Hanley,
has filed his account showing the value
of the property in his hands to be
In the case of Claus Spreckels vs.
W. Macfarlane, Judge Whiting has
granted defendants motion to postpone
sale and stay execution, and has
granted a temporary injunction until
Wednesday, Decmber 2olh. 1893.
The record in the contempt case of
J. P. Bowen has been sent up by Judge
A. F. Judd and W. F. Allen, ad
n.inistrators if t .e esuite of S. Cj
Wilder, have filed their semi-annual
acc .unt, showing receipts a nounting to
$41,507 40; disbursements, $40, 1 63 06;
balance on hand, $1344 34. The
account has been alloWi d.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT.
This was a Bad Day for Public Pros
ecutors. 'The first move made by the pros
ecution this morning was to enter a
nolle proi against Chew Vik and five
otht; Chinese arrested on October 11th
Ah Kwai pleaded not guilty to hav
ing opium unlawfully in his possession
and his trial was set for the 1 8th. J.
M. Davidson will defend him.
D. Kane pleaded guilty to violating
the hack regulations by being drunk in
his hack and was fined $5 and costs.
. Mossman accused of having die
fa tickets in his possession, was found
guilty and was fined $25 and costs.
Julia (w) and W. Nahulu, charged
with selling spirituous liquors without
license, were discharged after hearing
the testimony of the prosecution.
The charges against J. Burke and
Wainee were also nolle prus'd.
Sevtral other cases were remanded
to the future dates and the court is
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
It Mets This Morning with a Com
mittee of the Councils.
1 he Hoard of Education held its
regular meeting this morning, there
being present S. M. Damon, acting
president, Walter Hill and W. W. Hall,
members. Inspector of Schools A. T.
Atkinson and W, J. Smith, secretary
'There were also present President Dole
and Councilmen Kmmeluth and Youn
the committee of education of the
After the minutes of the last merlin
had been read and approved, a general
discussion took place between the me
bers of the board and the committee on
the advisability of the reorganization
of the Board, us fin incut system
system of teaching and school books
which took up the entire morning and
the meeting then adj iiirnd till UMM
row at 9:30 a. M.
PUNCHBOWL RIGHT OF WAY
Judge Whiting Decides in Favor of the
In the right of way case of Manui
da Costa vs. Joseph Paakaula, Judge
Whiting has filed his decision and find
that the plaintiff before and at the
timp nf thn allr'tt-rl I h-sims Im mi put inn
was a sub-lessee ot a portion ol land on
Punchbowl hill, originally leased fcfltH
Queen Dowager Kapiolani by one
Guerra. 'That one Pedro, after the
acquisition of plaintiff of his title and
possession of a part of the land leased
to Guerra, obtained a lease from Quetn
Dowager Kapiolani of a pie e niauka
and immediately adjoining the lot of
plaintiff. 'That plaintiff fenced his
land between Pedro and himself, and
Pedro claimed a right of way through
plaintiff's land and persuaded defend
ant Paakaula, the agent of the Queen
Dowager, to break the fence of plaintiff,
said agent claiming a right to do so as
agent, and that the Queen Dowager
had reserved this right of way for her
tenants maiika of plaintiff. The Court
also finds that there are othei ways to
the lot of said Pedro, and finds that
there is no legal right of way for the
Queen Dowager's tenants through the
lot owned by Costa and thai Paakaula
had no right to commit the trespass.
Judgment for plaintiff, with damages
Concert at Thomas Square.
'The Hawaiian band, under the di
rection of Htrr Berger, will give a
moonlight concert to-night at Thomas
square, commencing at 7:30. with the
following program :
I, March "The Hunt! is Coming'. . . .Schild
2. Overture "The Mill en the C liff''
3. Cavatina "The Siege of Harlem". .Verdi
4. Cornel Solo "Hawaii I'onoi" . . Mii hicls
Solo hy Mr. Charles Kreuler.
5. Selection "Maritina" Wallace
6. Chorus "Taiinliauser" Wagner
7. Waltz "Doctrins" Strauss
8. March "Imperial City" Schrainel
"Hawaii I'onoi. "LV
Government Land Sales.
Minister King advertises sales ot
Government land at Waawaa, Puna,
Hawaii; Kuaia, Hilo, Hawaii; Lae
paoo, Puna, Hawaii ; and a strip on the
south slope of Punchbowl Hill at Ho
nolulu. Koloa Sugar Company
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Koloa Sugar Company
held yesterday, the following officers
were elected: President, Paul Isen
berg; Vice President, W. E. A. Croppj
Treasurer. J. F. Hackfeld; Secretary,
CJ. M. Cooke; Auditor, E. Suhr.
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
'The Hawaiian Sportsmen's Associa
tion meets to-morrow evening.
'I'he Scottish Thistle Club held its
regular weekly meeting last night.
The annual meeting of the W. C. T.
U. was to take place at 2:30 p, U. to
day. The Hawaiian band gave its usual
concert this morning at the Executive
A water tank for the use of the
Makiki well has been put in place, and
a coal sr";a is being t-r cted.
A Chinaman was brought in from
Waialua this morning, having betn
convicted of horse stealing.
Mrs. Williams, wife of Charles Wil
liams, deputy tax assessor of Hamakua,
Hawaii, died on Saturday last.
The Star's printing office has ar
rived on the Aloha. C. L. Dodae, a
practical printer, came in charge of it
Egan Gunn aanounce a sale of
their water-damaged siock to begin to
morrow. Goods will be sold tor what
they will bring.
'The Portuguese libel suit result
in both leixeiraand v ivas being held
to answer to the Circuit Court, with
bail fixed at $100.
San Francisco papers say that
member of the Spreckels family bought
up $1 2,000 worth of Provisional Gov
1 he Chinese murderer lau has not
yet been arrested, but a Chinaman
answering his description has been
seen in the hills this morning.
The wedding of William Mutch and
Miss Eliza Meyer was to take place at
Kalae, Molokat, this morning. Kev
H. H. Parki r went over last ninlit to
Chr. Herskind and J. McMeekin
piano tuners and teachers, have begin
business at the i enhallow house
liertUnia street. 1 hey advertise in
1 he I cihe loot ball team prsctici
daily at the Kamehaiueha schools ant
there is talk of a match being arranger
between that club and the Pumhoi
College boys for Thanksgiving Day.
In the evening classes arranged I
night under the auspices of the Y. M.
C. A. 33 nienibeis enrolled in the
bookkeeping class, 12 in the drawing.
13 in the shoithand anil 10 in the type-
Superintendent Hrown has a notice
in this issue notifying all persons who
re- in arrears for water rates on the
31st of October that their water service
will be suspended without furlhei
Dr. M. Goto returned to Molokai
last evening by the Mokolii.
'I'he iill g party of San Francisco
are now occupying Snow collage.
Mr. and Mrs. Blein, Mr. Hantscheli
and Louis Morninustar ate booked ti
leave by the Oceanic.
Edward Borne Jones is a p Hid
faced, dreamy-eyed man 60 ymrl ol
' :n. .. t i : a t. i l.
age anti 01 v eisn extiacnon, w.iii .1
iiaKllMK rouuHu.iisB ing uearq
j dashed vUh gray.
FLOTSAM AM) JETSAM.
A Deck Load of Hoes Chief Engineers
Change Steamers Saved a
When Herman Viole met with what
may yet prove a fatal accident yester
day on the deck of the Paul Isenberg,
his life was probably saved by A. M.
Hewett, the genial freight clerk. The
blood was pouring down the injured
man's throat, choking him to death and
rendering speech impossible. Of those
present Mr. Hewett was the only one
to note the man's trouple. He acted
promptly, procuring a towel and with
his own hand removing the clotted
blood, thereby saving Viole from death
'The American four masted schooner
Aloha, Captain Dabel, arrived in port
at 1 p. M, to day, after an uneventful
Voyage of fifteen days from San Fran
cisco. The schooner brought a cargo
of general merc handise and a dei k
load ot hogs. A red tl ig at the fore
mast-head indicated that a part of her
Cargo consisted of powder. There
were two passengers Mr, L. I.. Dodge
of San Diego, and S. L. Phelps of the
City of Mexico.
The German bark I. ('. Pfluger
hauled into the stream last evening to
make room at the mail dock for the
Oceanic this morning. After the
steamer's departure the Pfluger will
return to the wharf to finish discharge
inc her carao. The 2000 barrels of
cement damaged during the recent
voyage will be ixamined probably as
soon as the discharging is completed
There were many on the water front
this morning whose purses will be
either heavier or lighter, accordini; ti
the news received by the Oceanic as ti
whether the American or English yacht
wins the international race. 'The
American yacht seems to be the
The steam scow presents a sort of
cra.v quilt appearance today, as the
parts of her deck and guards which
have been repaired have not as yet been
painted, so that she is black and white
Chief Engineer Wall, late of the
steamei Iwalatll, has been transferred
to the W. G. Hall to take the place of
hiet Engineer Snow, resigned.
The steamship Oceanic was off
Koko Head about 3: to p. K, and
entering the harbor as the Star
forms are being made up.
The schooner Mary E. Foster sails
for Waitnea to-day with about ninety
tons of coal.
The steamer Mikahala is due this
The Claudine sails to-day at 5 v. t.
TUESDAY, OCTODKk 17.
'. M. Weather
clear. Wind linht, E
Tuesday, October 17.
Am schl Aloha, D-liel, from San Francisco.
S S Oceanic, Smith, from San Francisco.
Tuesday, October 1
Slinr Claudine, Davies, for Maui.
Stmt Iwalaui, F'reeman, for Kauai.
Stint James .-takee. Haglund, for Kapaa.
Sum Waialeale, Stnvthe. for Nawiliwili,
namaulii, Kilauea and llanalei.
Stmr Kaal.,, Oahan, for a circuit of Oahu.
Schr Maiy F) Foster for Kauai.
Schr Millie Morris for Koolau.
tier bk Paul Isenberg for San Francisco, Oct 20
Am bkl S N Castle, Hubbard, San Francisco
on or about Oct 25.
ARRl AI s.
From San Francisco, per schr Aloha, Oct
17 C L Dodge snd S L Phelps.
For Molokai, per stmr Mokolii, Oct 16
Kev H H Parker, Jack Lucas. Wm Mulch,
Mrs James Auld, Dr M Goto and 10 on deck.
VESSELS IN PORT.
NAVAL v Ksski.s,
U S S Adams, Nelson, San Francisco
U SS Philadelphia, llarker, Callao.
Am bk Ceylon. Calhoun, San F'tancisco.
lir bk County of Metioneth, Newcastle.
Cfl b Paul senbafSi Liverpool.
Am bk Andrew Welch, San Francisco.
tier bk J C Piluger, Bremen,
Am sch Transit. Jorgenseu, San Francisco.
Am schr Robert Lowers, Goodman, Port G'hlc.
Am schr AI iha, Dabel, San Francisco.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Am bk Martha llavis. Itoston Alt! 8
Atn bk Eve, Humboldt Bay Sepl 15
Br sh Villata, Liverjiool Aug lb
Hi bk Beak oru field, Sydney Aug 20
Am brii Consuelo. Baa Fran. Kab Oci
Aa w icbl 1 I Notih, San Fran . . Mali . .Oct . .
Haw bk R P Kit bet, S..11 Fran Oci ..
Am schr Allen A, F'ureka On
Am but W 1. Irwin, .ui Francisco.. . Oct
m schr (ilendale, F.ureka 1 Ii 1
The Young German Sailor's Horrible
The young sailor who was injnrt
yesterday on the hark 1'aul Isenhtrg
and i mveyed to the hospital is doin"
as well as can he expected under thecir
cumstances. It took Dr. Wood and Dr.
N't hulls, thedentist who was summoned
to assist him, some three hours ami a
hall to fix ii the man's injuries. lie
sides having his face laitl open across
the UDpcr lip, the force ul ihe hlow of
the coal bucket was sm h its to break
the upper (W in two places and ihe
lower one in ihre.'. 'I'he unfortunate
man's jaws are now covered with a
network of wires In hold ihe bf ken
KitnM In nluM I lr HFnanfi eiut ft-Watt im
i ' i .
ins experience ne neve r sjw a man
I face SO nuu'.Uf d.
RAINFALL FOR SEPTBMHER
Ihlo (town) .
in. SMient. Fnl.
s to Kulcuihaelc . 7' '
ecV Niulii fuu
7.70. Koliala 33"
6.74 Waimea . . . 750
5.M i.;,.i' 1 9
.f Keatakelcua ...tlfto
1 00 N .... chu 650
l.fo Kailua uy
o 6n Qlaa (Mason) ,1650
o o K.iponn 50
e. jfl I'ohoiki 10
004 Ranch ao
0.17 K.-ianapali .... 15
Kuia. . 4000
MOLOKA!. -Mapulthu 7"
LAMA!. Rash 600
75 Nuuanu, Lua-
K ipiolani Fark.
j 1 1 Kahuku .
m b oa ....... .
or 14 HanaM
C. J. Lyons,
In charge of Weather Burcai
By the (tovernineni Survey. Published every M ;nd.iy
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First (Juarler of the moon on the 17. at oh. 49m p.m.
Time whiktle M..W-, at lh. 2Sm. 84 p. m. of Hono
lulu lime, which is the same as I2h. Om. On. ot Green
FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE.
Steamship will ItaVl for anil arrive from
San Francisco on the following dales, till (In
close of 1 094 :
Arrivk m Honolulu Arkive at h'n'lclu
For San F'ANCISCO. From San F'xcttCO
Monowai Oci 19
Warritnoo( Vsh)Nov i
China Nov 6
Australia Nov 1 1
Alameda ..... Nov 16
M lowers (VanJ Dec 3
Oceanic Dec 4
Australia Dec 9
Mariposa. ... Dec. 14
War ri moo ( Van) Jan 2
City Peking .... Ian 2
Oceanic Oct 17
Miowera(Van) Oct 24
Mariposa .... Oct 26
Australia Nov 4
Monowai .... Nov 23
Warrimoo ( VnlNoVBj
China Nov 28
Australia Dec 2
Alameda Dec 14
Oceanic Dec 26
Australia Dec 3' 1
Mariposa ... . Jan 18
Australia Jan 27
China Feb 6
,. . Jan 6
. . Ian 1 1
. . . Fell 3
. Mar 3
. ..Mar 8
Monowai . .
Oceanic. . .
Al.sttalia . .
.Monowai pel) 15
Au-tralia P'eb 24
China Mar 26
Oceanic Match b
Gaelic . .
. Inly 21
Alameda. March 1 5
Australia ... Match 24
Matiposa . Match 12
Australia Apr 21
Monowai May to
China April 17
Australia May 19
Alameda June 7
Australia June 16
Mariposa July 5
Australia July 14
Monowai . . . . Aug 2
Australia Aug 1 1
Alameda A ug 31.
Australia Sept 8
Mariposa .... St pt 27
Australia ct 5
Monowai Oct 25
Mariposa . . . ..Aug 23
Australia .... Sepl 1 5
Monowai .... Si pi 20
Makiki Building Lot.
An excellent location ;
commands' superb view ;
good streets. A choice
building lot at your own
Ten acres of dcsirali c
buildilM sites. Will sub
divide it purchasers desire
A Good investment.
on Waikiki Road ; cool
location ; on lint tram cars.
Suitable for resiliences.
Fifty-eight acres in I'una,
Hawaii. Right in the
t'offte regions, Ownei
T. W. HOBRON,
Real Estate Agent
Cor. Fort & Merchant Sts.
Call in nn) examine the
NEW BUTTONHOLE MACHINE
Aivi iLir new slock uf
Fine Singer Sewing Machines.
l' ' Milu, Honolulu, Dmmm Ho a.
OARU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
From mill Alter June 1, 18B3
TO SWA MILL.
B. B. A. D.
A.M. P.M. r M. P.M.
t.ravr Honolulu 8:45 ,:45 4:35 5:l
Leave I'carl Cltf 9:jo 2:30 5:10 5:56
Arrive Eua Mill 9:57 2:57 5:36 6:2a
C. B. B. A.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Bin Mill 6:21 10:43 3:43 5:4J
Leave I'earl Ci y. . .6 55 11:15 4:,5 6:10
rrive Honolulu 7:30 II. 55 4:55 6:45
A Saturday's only. (."Sunday's excepted.
L Saturday'-, excepted.
We are Still Importing
Among other things the
bark" G. X. Will ox" brought
us tin; following:
Hubbuck's Genuine, No.
I and No. 3 White Lead, in 25,
50 or 100 lb. iron kegs.
Hubbuck's White Zinc
Red Lead, pale boiled and
Oil. Stockholm and Coal Tar,
in barrels or drums. Castile
Soap, Shot, BB to No. 10,
Punched Horse Shoes, Sal
Soda, galv'd Anchors, Brush
Door Mats, llexible steel and
iron Wire Rope, Seine Twine
Harris Harness Liquid, Da;
X: Martin Blacking, galvanized
Buckets and I ubs, C hain, blk.
ana gaiv a y4 to i'g; gaiv a
Sheet Iron, No. 16 to 26:
Tinned Wire, Copper Wire,
No. 10 to 20, black and galv'd
Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 5 and 6,
Blue Mottled Soap, Anvils,
70 to 200 lbs.; Blacksmith's
V ises, all sizes; a large assmt.
of Bar Iron, kegs Dry Vene
tian Rett, Yellow Ochre, Paris
Yellow, Burnt Umbre, Olt
Blue, Paris Green, Metalic
Also, received ex Australia,
2600 asst d Elect. Lamps,
Hose, Butcher Knives, Carv
ers, Carriage Gloss Paint, Sul
phur Bellows, Scissors, Shoe,
Paint and Varnish Brushes;
Buckles, Picture Cord, Furni
ture Nails, Tape Measures,
Jennings Bits, Yale Padlocks,
Oilers, galv'd Swivels, White
Shellac, Gold Leaf, Leather
W ashers, and at last
assmt. of Wostenholm
Knives and Razors
We were almost out of those
fine swing Razor Strops, but
have a new lot this steamer.
We have a full line of Elec
trical Goods, and can wire
houses for Electric Lights on
short notice. Now is the time
to leave your order for wiring,
as in a few months the current
for lights can be furnished and
then everyone will want lights
at once, and those whose hous
es are wired will of course get
E. 0. HALL & SON.
Fokt it Kim; Sis.
California Feed Co.
T. J. KlSO AND J. N.Wric.hi,
1 lave just received tht: Larg
est Stock of HAY and GRAIN
ever imported ly any Arm in
Honolulu, by any one- vessel.
This stock was personally se
lected bv our Manager T. I.
King during liis recent trip to
the coast, and is first class in
every particular. We guaran
tee satisfaction in quality and
Give us a Trial.
KING & WRIGHT.
Prom )t Deliverj
Hawaiian Wine Co.
M s 10BB,
an .mil jo Mu
hai.t Sinn, II
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