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1'KIDAY, OCT. 1, 1889.
Stmr Kilauca Hon from Uainakua
Stmr Kaula from Kauai
ct xv3srw;:TBaras3rtBsscsr -e $. at atcwsrv
Tliu U. tf,
SvcHr Kaaloknl for YTntiinno
Stmr 0 K llisliop for Wulunae, Wnialtta
anil Koolau ut 9 a m
Stmr Klmui fori! llo and way port1) nt
2 p in
Nor bk Arou, Cht-lsllausen, for Hong-koiur
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
ficlir I.uUa for Kolmla
Am bark S N ustlc, Hubbard, for San
Francisco, at 10 a in
Stmr Klinuoa Hon for llamakuii at 1 pin
S .S Yninushiro iMaiu for Vokolinma and
For Koolatt, per stmr O It Utshop,
Oct 1 Alliens and ill) deck.
From Kapaa, pur stmr Kuala, Out-1
G Fiirchlld, wife and l children.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kl
nau, Oct 4 Geo Iivlnc, ll Atuiun, Airs
1'feidner, Mis .Mary Ooilen, Miss M A
Whillior. Miss .Jennie Unto. David
Morton, Mr Smith. 11 U Goodwin, J W
Young, J 11 Wilson, 'r Hutchinson. .1
1) ltobiu.soa, Mrs H:ii rWon and child. '
II Webb, B W Ilarnard, C liorewell,
idtssOkiinl. Mrs Dowsett, Mrs Lemon,
Miss U K Low, 0 Afouji. .1 K Maples, K
Olffard, J Oubhinghnni and wife, A
Lawclawr. and -150 dtek.
Jit!"!. Slaty K. Foster has it cant of
thanks in another co'unii',
A kai.v gauge is advertised for in
our Uy Authority column.
Ttiu Owl will not ho published to
morrow as tho editor is quite tick.
Kitiau to-day to
wore MMil on
work on the
. The Honolulu Ariun hold
regular monthly meeting:, nt 7
o'clock thiij moiling.
Tunbaikentine S. N. Castle pails
at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning for
San Francisco. Uastlo & Cooke are
Tho btcamcr Likellke Is d 10 on Sun
Tlio bark C P llry.int is at the Pai-ipc
Wail Company's wlnrf.
The Norwegian burn Aron took 161
Chinese passengers, K8 men, 8 women
and 2S children.
The American barkentiuc S N Castle,
Captain L II ubbard, will 5:iil to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock for San
Francisco with 1)00 tons sugar and live
The steamer Kuala brought one cow
and a calf from Kauai ihis morning.
1 lie steamer Kilauca Hon will take
to-morrow 1 .0 Japanese immigrants
for the llakalau, Oukalu, and Fauuhau
The J D preekels will leave for San
Francisco next Tuesday.
Materials for the new Union Ice
Works came off the J D :prcckcls tills
The steamer Lclma Is due this even
ing from Hamaku.i via Lauai with HO
The schooner Kulamanu came off the
Marine Hallway tUis afternoon, and the
steamc- James Makee and yacht Hawaii
Mns. Johnston, who was for a long
time in tho Florence Nightingale
Training School, arrived licio on tho
Tun now bell for Engine Company
No. f will be tried Saturday after
noon at 4 o'clock. Ho not mistake
it for a iiro alarm.
O.vt.Y routine business was trans
acted at tho meeting of the Hoaid of
Hopresentntive.s of the Fire Depart
ment last evening.
Tin: mail for Yokohama and
Hongkong by tho Ynmashiro Maru
closes at the l'ost OHico at 11 o'clock
Ax important meeting of thcTypo
graphical Union will bo held Satur
day evening at 7 o'clock. A full at
tendance is desired.
His Ex. Jona. Austin, Minister of
Foreign Afl'airs, visited the Japanese
men-of-war this afternoon. The cus
tomary salute was iired.
Dr. St. D. G. Wolters of Kauai is
enjoying his vacation in England
and Scotland, lie ictiiruB to his
post of duty in November.
Ir any horses ino found tied out
side of Thomas Square this evening
during tho band concert they will bo
taken to tho Station House.
D Honolulu Kifles,
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:30.
Band concert at Thomas Square,
Polynesian Encampment No. 1,
I. O. of O. F., at 7:30.
Monthly meeting Honolulu Anon
Society at 7:30.
Annual meeting Honolulu Library
and Reading Room Association, at
In the Police Court thts morning
Puaala was lined -fG for drunken
ness. L. Ahlo, charged "with con
spiracy, was remanded to the 5th.
Tiiekk was a large attendance at
the band concert at Emma Square
last evening. This evening a con
cert will be given at Thomas Square.
In the window of the Pacific Hard
ware Company's store may be scon
pictures of tho Kamchamcha base
ball nine and the Pacific Hardware
PUBLIC MOONLIGHT CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
give a public concert this evening
at Thomas Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is tho
Overture Ma saniello Auber
March Festival Bergcr
Miserere II Trovatoro Verdi
lteminisccnces of Bellini Godfrey
Mikiuolia. Ahu Han. Kokoui.
Medley Reverie , Beyer
Fantasia Mill in the Forest.. Eilenberg
Waltz Maritana I elllnuer
March The Band Is Coining. . . .Selilld
TunriE will be a match game of
baseball at Makiki to-moriow after
noon, commencing at 3' o'clock be
tween the lolani baseball nine and
the Roads and Bridges team.
The reply of the Cabinet to the
committee of tho native mass meet
ing was delivered to the lion. An
tono Rosa, chairman, this afternoon.
It is printed in full in this paper.
At a meeting of Company A, Ho
nolulu Rifles, held last evening,
Quarter Master Sergeant E. II. Wol
lers was unanimously elected 2nd
Lieutenant in place of J. Trcgloan,
The October term of .the Supremo
Court opens at 10 o'clock Monday
morning. Tho day will bo occupied
with indictments. Tho foreign jury
will bo required on Tuesday, at 10
To the friends of Mr. ami Mrs.
Taro Ando who would like to say
good-byo to them, they will embark
at the Oceanic Company's wharf at
10 o'clock to-morrow morning to
board the Yamashiro Maru.
Following is the programmo of
the piano recital to be given at tho
Y. M. C. A. hall Saturday evening,
by Prof. G. Sauvlet:
1. Poloplanoforte-Fantasi la
V. Song Venei Ian boat soug
Miss V J. Nolle,
it Solo pianoforte
a. Valse Chopin
b. Polnlsche Xailonallanze
e. Gavotte I G. Sauvlet
4. LaSylphide for piano Janl
ii. 1'asqulnado for piano Gottschalk
0. F.ong Nightingales trill Ganz
u. Melodv Rnbenstoin
b. Botivciiira Chopin G. Sauvlet
8. La Gazelle Hoffman
0. Polka do Concert O. Souvlet
A TiutEU year old daughter of Mr.
V. S. Wowl fell from a second story
veranda yesterday to tho ground, re
ceiving an ugly gash on hor forehead.
The wound was sewed up by Dr.
Minor and the child is doing well.
II. II. Donnoli.y, wlio went from
here some years ago and made mo
ney for a whilo out of skating rinks
in tho Colonies, lately faijedas owner
of the Palace skating rink, Christ
church, N. '. with debts 2000 in
excess of assets.
JAPANESE AT THE MUSEUM.
During the past few days no less
than forty-three men from the Jap
anese warships, four merchants and
four journalists of the sainu nation
ality have visited the Government
Museum in Aliiolani Hale. This is
exclusive of a large party of Japan
ese naral sailors who called during
our reporter's visit to tho Foreign
Olllce this afternoon. The news
paper nieu are reporters fo: tho pa
pers mentioned below, viz. : Mr.
tiildzouH Keiklni, Journal leSeironj
fr. Kawagoo Yoshiro, Journal lo
Iloohi ; Mr. Ide Fidcichiro, Journal
le Kaishin, and Misluma Kazotio,
Journal le Mainiohl, all of Tokjo.
Messss. Uonson, Smith &. Co. have
been awarded tho contract for tho
supplying of drugs and medical sup
plies to all Government District Phy
hicians, hospitals and dispensaries
under tho control of tho Board of
Health for the onsuing year.
Tin: finance coininiUoo and trus
tees f Central Union Church mot
last owning to confer with regaid to
the now church. Nothing definite
was nrrivod at. Tho indications aro
that very shortly work will be com
menced on a handsonio stone
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
X most popular papor published.
The annual meeting of the Hono
lulu Library and Reading Room As
sociation for tho election of oilicers
and trustees, will be held at tho
rooms this oveninu. BuMiiess of tho
utmost importance will bo brought
up at this meeting, therefore there
should bo a very full attendance.
A scow will leave tho Oceanic,
Company's wharf at f o'clock this
evening to take freight and baggage
to the Yamashiro Maru. Tho steamer
Fails at noon sharp on Saturday for
Yokohama and Hongkong. Mr, and
Mrs, Taro Ando, U. O. Lees, and a
number of Japanese and Ouinoo
nro booked 16 leavo by her.
tebtaluod a! h'cc Ktntnn ilnll
Yesterday evening a farewell re
ceptlon whs riven to Mr. Taro
Ando, 11. I.J. M.'s Consul-General,
and Mrs. Audoj nt the Queen Kinma
Hull. They Icavv to-mnrrow for
Japan on tlio steamship Yamashiro
Maru to be absent several months,
on account of the ill-health of .Mrs.
Ando. Thclhi.i.r.TiN" joins in wish
ing thein both a very pleasant voy
age and a speedy return to Hono
lulu, and that Mr. Ando' health
mav be fully restored.
The entertainment last evening
was a very pleasant affair. The
roam where the exercises took plaee
was very prettily decorated with
llowors and evergreens and Japanese
imitation vines. At one cud in
green letters were the words, "Take
the name of Jesus with voh." There
was quite a large attendance of Mr.
and Mrs. Ando's friends including
members of the Japanese Y. M. C.
Dr. C. M. Hyde had charge of
tho exercises and slated the object
of their meeting was to show their
parting respect to Mr. and Airs.
Ando," who had done so much to
help on Christian work among their
countrymen. The hymn, "Come
thou fount of every blessing,'" was
sung, after which Rev. I). West
ervelt offered up prayer. Dr. Hyde
spoke of the Christian work going
on in Japan, anil the encouraging
condition of the Japanese Y. M. C.
A. in Honolulu. He then presented
to Mr. Ando the following testi
Taiio Asoo, Esq., II. I. J. M.'s
Dear Sir: The undersigned re
sidents of Honolulu desire to ex
piess in some fitting way, their high
appreciation of the services you
lime rendered as the first diploma
tic representative, 3cnt to this our
kingdom, from the great empire of
Japan. We have come greatly to
admire the uniform courtesy you
have shown in all your intercourse
with our citizens, both in social and
otlicial relations. Vo have watched
with eager and grateful interest
your self sacrificing labors for the
best interests of your countrymen,
brought now in such numbers to our
shores. We have learned lessons
ourselves of the power that high
toned personal character must have
always and everywhere, as we have
seen what good you have accom
plished in your endeavors to secure
and maintain a good name for the
Japanese people in this central archi
pelago of the Noith Pacific. Most
truly do we hope that your efforts
will have a good and beneficial influ
ence in the future development of
the political and commercial rela
tions of the Pacific islands and
coasts with other regions and na
tionalities. "Yc regret that it now
seems needful for you, for a time,
to seek elsewhere for your family,
restoration to health and vigor ; but
wo hope mat your ausence win nc
as brief as is consistent with the at
tainment of your desires for this ob-
ject, and we pray for your contin
ued health and speedy return to Ha
waii Nei. Nor will it be out of
place, in this connection, gratefully
lo recognise tho influence for good
of your accomplished and devoted
lad j. Ye trust that this testimo
nial of our respect and esteem may
ever keep in pleasant memory these
months and years you have spent
in our community, though neither
your Government nor yourself may
need such written memorial of the
high place you" have received for
yourself and for your nation in tho
hearts of our people.
(Sgd.) A. F. Judd, Edward Pres
ton, Richd. F. nickertou, L. Mc
Cully, S. U. Dole, Joua. Austin, C.
V. Ashford, S. M. Damon, L. A.
Thurston, A. S. Clcghorn, Chas. R.
Bishop, H. W. Mist, John II. Paty,
F. A. richaefer, P. C. Jones. John
Thomas Watcrhouse, Sr., J. T. Wa-
tcrhouse, Jr., Henry A aterhouse,
Win. G. Irwin, W. W. Hall, E. O.
White, J. II. Sopor, O. P. Emerson,
C. M. Cooke, II. F. Glade, A. Rosa,
W. R. Castle, M. D. Monsarrat, J.
M. Monsarrat, H. V. Dillingham, M.
M. Scott, S. K. Bishop, J. E. Bid
well, S. D. Fuller, E. G. Beckwith,
II. W. Peck, Goo Kim.C. M. Hyde,
W. D. Westervelt, W. C. Merritt, F.
Mr. Ando said ho was quite sur
prised but glad at hearing so many
kind and flattering words. It was a
great honor and a pleasure to re
ceive such au address. He felt that
he could not properly express his
feelings on this occasion. He hop
ed tho good feeling existing between
Hawaii and Japan would continue.
One of tho secretaries of the first
Japanese embassy that camo to
these islands boiuo twenty-six, years
ago was un uncle of Mrs. Ando.
The speaker then gave au address
in Japanese to his countrymen, re
suming his seat amid much ap
plause. Brief addresses were delivered by
Hon. Henry Watcrhouse, Mr. Jus
tice McCully, Messrs. F. W. Da
mon, Ban, Mitama and other Japan-
mh mm:m himtM i m
t - 1ttoMUn ri
.". - .. .a - A-JaAJVsStSTSjkUSAr?;
iiinHiiiir. MiAKntii ItttHltK
rtltjcsky evening ft Medina of
Jtlillot' baseball playera was held,
which resulted lit thti formation of
an organization to he known as tho
"Junior Basoball League." tt con
sists of the following clubs t Pulia
tion, Kanicltamcha Jr., Valley Boyfi
and tho Invinciblos. The latter
may adopt another name. Tho
season opens Saturday, (JctobiJr
19th, and each club will play six
gaino3. Tlay will commence at 3 :30
o'clock each Saturday afternoon.
CLAIMING HIS OWN WORK.
Eniton But.tXTis: In the Ad
vertiser Sept. lo", appeared an arti
cle signed Vox Populi, in which the
writer accuses ' the Boixetik of
"blowing its horn again." In jus
tice to the Bulletin 1 will say the
article signed "B." was written ten
days before anyone connected with
the Blm.i.etin saw it. T. P. can be
lieve it or not, the world will move
all the same. But about horn-blowing,
I think the Advertiser has
blown its one-sided horn so much of
late, that no amount of "Mother
Siegel's Curative Syrup," or any
thing else can save it; because of
the strange and ungodly sounds con
stantly blown from its horn, at the
unwilling ears of the people. "Only
that and nothing more." B.
Hamakua, Sept. 21.
Y M. G. A.HALL,
Saturday Evening, October Oth,
PROFESSOR G. SAUVLET,
Assisted by Local Amateurs.
Admlsdon ?l G".
Reserved Sots 1 2"i.
A SMI EVENT !
To he obtaiuc.l at the nillce of .1. G.
Uro-.vn & Co , Me-clmnt street. :)07 -It
of tho Lntu
i.erponn lnilelitt'il to Hie latu
il) ti Webjirr nro hereby re-
uiesU'd lo in iltc r.n imnicdlnin settle
ment f their iiiduhtiducss nt the liri
tisli Vice Ooii'ul.itf. v liure all claims
against this e-ta-e duly i-norn to must
bo presented within thirty tlays from
ilulo or lUey will bo foievcr barred.
JAMES HAY WODKIIOUSE,
II. U. M 's Commissioner and Consul.
Honolulu, Oct. 1, 188!) KG tw
NOTICE of MEETING.
A SPECIAL mcKtinc of tlio BonrJ of
Trustee of the IJucun'!) Hospital
will be held at the rnnni of the Clumber
of Commerce, on SATUUDA'Y, the 12tli
October, ISS'J, for t'"0 ,in puae of acting
upon a proposed amendment to the Jly.
Laws of the Queen's Hospital Corpora
lion. Per order.
F. A. SCHAGFEK,
Honolulu. Scot. 7. 18SX 310 td
For Lease or Sale !
juu. a. i Min.iiiiL rropertv bi-
tmjJi'- - -
tuated at l'linuhoii.
The liicmiiH li'ivo n froniaje
of 800 feet oa IJiniflum street. W0 feet
on Artesian street and VOO feel on Alex
ander btrect. There is a commodious
Dwelling Home on th: lot containing
parlor, 3 hedruoms, dining-room, kitchen
anil pantry. ALo, Large Stable with
4 stalls, and carriage house and Fervants'
rooms. Artesian water throughout the
premises. Tho grounds arc well cov.
red with grass and trecf. The house
lias been thoroughly repiinlcd un 1 pa
percd throughout. Tim healthy loc i
iinn of this properly and the nearness
lo (he I'uniihou tramcars. make it one
of the mo-t desirable liimlly resiliences.
flSyFiirlhur particular Hi-jily in
JT.0 im F. W. MACFAKLANK.
sssggigifefe ' i
opinions - of - m nm
ox tin; -
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
Fiom the tfnw Youk Times, June a-J, ISnt'J.J
The Equitable Life Assurance Society lias adopted a new form of
policy which, like a bank draft, U a simple promlsa to pay without condi
tions on the back..
The Greatest Travelled & Best
known Show In the World.
Will tdiorllv ai rive fiom -Japan per
1'. M. S. S.'"City of Peking," after a
10 Years' Tour around the World, and
Opon for a Short Seaeon
From the Oiucaoo Invkstiuatoii.1
Always on the alert, au.l ever auxious to give the public tin most
advantageous contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of New York has, in the past, made many advances on old methods,
and has been the means to liberalize life assurance in n greater degree,
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising, there
fore, that this great company now comes before the people with a new
contract, the like ot which has not before been known in life insurance.
From the KusntCKV Kr.ui.sTr.rt, Hleluiioud, Ky.. June 'Js, H3L
The Equitable Life Assurance Society lias, in the past, done more to
create and maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the character referred lo out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy olfered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
TFrom the Ilosrox 1'ust.
This company has done more than any other to simplify the as-urancc
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
About Oct. (2th.
S1GNOH GUISEWE CIIIARINI,
Sole Proprietor ifc Director.
Secretary it Treasurer.
A GALAXY OF
32 ARENIC ARTISTS
"rom the Leading Circuses and
Hippodioines in Europe
Beautiful & Accomplished Ladies in
Unequalled Feats of Equestri-.
anlsm and Daring,
From the Pacii'io UxnuitwunT.n, San FraneKi-D. .Inly 1, WJ J
The Equitable lias already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot tail to enhance in
reputation for enterprise and progrcssivencss in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
Z&" For full particulars call on
General A'ent for the Hawaiian I.-lnntb.
Having purchased from J. J.
Imported Direct from Uhvadii.
o. o. :i3"eir,gj-je:r..
Intropid Acrobats, Loapors,
Vaulters.and tho Fun
niest of Clowns.
Mined Horses & Ponies,
Arabians, AndaliiHians, American
English and Blood Horson &'
Ponios from all Climes
Jul glers & Acrobats
Performing Elephants !
Educated Donkeys !
Riding Monkeys !
Molchcra, V. Z. Schiedam, Holland, the sole
right to use his
"ElBBlmat" Label for Gia in tMs Kingflom,
Which label bears the picture of an elephant, under palm trees, printed in
different colors, and also the words t
"Greatest Gin Distillery of the Netherlands, registered; J, J.
Melchers, W. Z, Schiedam,"
And having been granted a Certificate of Registration for the term of
twenty years, dating from the 17th day of September A. I). 1889, under
the hand and seal of L. A. Thurston, Minister of the Interior for tho
Hawaiian Islands, for the exclusive use of the said label througlioutthc'
Hawaiian Kingdom, all persons are hereby warned not to use the Baid
label, or any imitation thereof, tinder penally of the law.
301 im W. C. PEACOCK.
!! FOEtT STKI3KT.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
-A FULL ASSORTMENT OF-
Colpte & Co.'s Celebrated Perfumes & Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of AI! Kinds.
WAKKANTKl) (JKNWINE & IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
Fine Ghemicais, Patent Medicines,
Cigars. Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
I. EILEES & CO.
JUST KECKIVKI) I'Elt S. H.
esc. At the close of the interesting
exercises those present were invited
into another room to partake ot ice
cream and cake.
"13 "LIS Hi 13!"
1 "Tim Dally Bulletlu." 60 centx
JUST received Celebrated Foncliow
Tea"), illtcct from China a apirn
tliil assortment of Htm Tens; The llu.
wuiiun Mixture, in yt Hi package;; Tho
Hoso Hrauil Tui, in yt lb pickugo, du.
liclitfully fragrant; Kxtia tiupcrtlno
Illuck Tun, 10 lb boxes in bulk i first
Uiop 1889.100 Congou, in 10 lb Iiom s,
(l pAckugcti to a pound ; to bd hud only
lit Oonsulvca & Co , Honolulu. 3H3 if
THIS "ELEIE" Is now btin'' published
in Ij'iili Native ami Kni;lltli nu
trial, for a parloJ of month'. This
ht'j;rc;itly increased the cx.icti'es. To
meet thU, friend Imvn iilrrmly added
largely to our sulHcrlp io.i HhH, mid its
publication in Englbili will he con.
Untied permanently, if a fvw hundred
more nihacrlhcrs can he obtained, Tho
"ELELE" is a
Thoroughly Independent Hewspipcr !
Devoted to the interest of all tho ncoplo
of Hawaii, without rnijaril to Cliqurs,
J'artions or Witicit J'ltrics. I'll"
"ELELE" l n-wit) lliiit, Sfarklhiif
nnd Sficyi Head it I
(tSyCdtl at iUj Elehs I'ublUhltig Co,
No. D'J King lr ut, for a sample copy
C3rSuloriplloii3 receive I ut the rate
of -im tor tlio six mourns, aiut'iai
Sacred or Brahmin Bull,
Tim whole forming a Mniudi-r Coin
lunation of .Superlative E.cel
lence and beyond com-
I-ntcse Ac 3Emlioileiies,
in giu;at Variety nt very low imuoe.s.
For full particular!) see fit-
Dressmaking Department unilor tho management of MIH8
Phiiciou in per-
order. Apply at
YOUNG HOP and JOE MARIA,
Telephone No. 614.
CHAS, DERMER, : General Agent,
Col hum & Co.'s HuildiiiKj llrd finny,
(founorly occupied by J. M. Out A Co),
corner Uuui'ti ii Nuuiiiin streets Work
done with ueutnc mid dUpilclu
THEO. P. SEVERIN,
View and Landscape
MHki") h peelally of phoingruphlng
TodtU'iicrH, intiirlors, r,rmpi, decora.
lions unit all kind) of out ami indoor
vltnvi Abo, (loot printing anil develop,
iug for iiin-.teurA and others ot the
lowest ratw. SMlsfactlon jjlven and
nil oidcr. rccelvo ptnmpt utteniion.
Views inoun'el in bnoki li order,
Okkiuk: Corner of King and Alukoa
street. I'.O Uox Vi. MutualTole. 839.
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