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Annlrniiu November 22
Vint SAN FltAXUISfO,
Tito vow ami fluo Al steel steamship
Of iheOeeanicSteamsutpCompNiy, will
liu (hit: at Honolulu from Sydney
ii ml Auckland on or about
December 14, 1889.
Ami will leave for tlio abovo port with
malls and passengers ou or about Hint
For freight or pasgc, having SU
PKHIOH ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO.. Acoutt.
For Sydney and Auckland
The new and fine Al Bleel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
lie ilue at Honolulu from Hun
Francisco on or about
December 21, 1889.
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for the above ports'
For freight or passage, having SU
PE1UOH ACCOMMODATIONS, applj
-.17 WM, G. IRWIN & CO.. Agents
A. GK SILVA,
G7 Hotel St., opposite Bethel St.
Cabinet "Work Neatly Done.
Furniture Repaired it Polished.
Mlattiiifij & CitrpotN JLuici.
jKJyWork -well and promptly done at
lcasonablc prices. -. 390 lm
Valuable Property For Sale
kN Nmianu Avenue, a
" ncwlv furnished U.Morv
i House containing 8 rooms.
kitchen, bathroom, cloets. carrlacc
house, stable, henery, etc. Grounds
contain 2 2.10 lines, wclll.iid out in
lawns, shade and fruit Irees, (loners
etc. Will he sold low, -with or without
furniture, horses, cairiagcs livestock,
and all the appointments needed in a
llrst-class residence, as the owner in.
tends leaving these Islands.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage To Let.
NEAT Cottage, in per.
feet order, containing -1
rooms, mosquito pioof, ntr-
I tall v furnished, with larirc kitchen.
"hade trees, etc. Conveniently located.
Kent $20 per month to cood tenant.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
MA CONTAINING 1 large and
JiaMt J 2 small rooms, veranda
fHSai with bath-room, dining-room
and kitchen detached, on Kekaullke
street, opposite Hotel street. Unit $ 1(1
per mouth. Applv at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
X -wounds, ulcers,
galls, pi oud llesh mid
oiesof eerv de-ciiti-
r -tlon to persons or ani
mals. Adopted by leading hoi-e i.dl
load, club and liwiy Mablc, etc.. in
the United States and eKcwhcic. We
are prepaied to piove this statement by
testimonials aud lcferences to pl.iuicis
uud liverymen in tlili Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY
A LARGE assortmentof Photogi.iphs
and Stcrcoscopiu Views of tho
most attractive scenery, buildings, ere,
In these islands, for sale at lc.isunuhlo
'"jIAWAHAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Comer Koit and Merchant ntieefc:.
HS. MONROE, ladies' mime, has
icmovcd to ino. a, Knktil lane
ANEW Wilcox & White Parlor
Organ with eight slops. Suitable
tor school or church. A line instru
ment. Apply at '07 Pnuchbovd street,
opposite N. I'. Mission Institute. U7!t tf
Alt. ROWAT, Veterinary Buigcon,
otUce and pharmacy at Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, corner Hotel and Richard
streets. Scientific treatment in all diu
euses of domestic animals. Orders for
plantation and lanch stock promptly
attended to. Mutual Telephone US4,
P, O. Box 32C. inh.lSh!)
RAVING bought out Mr. W. H.
Page in tho "Honolulu Carriage
M aim factory," at 128 Foil street, Iain
prepared to continue the nboto business
under the old name of Honolulu Cm.
rlnge Manufactoiy, and being an old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
the patrouago of my old friends and the
nuhilii in general, and with my thorough
knowledge of the business und with ex
perienced workmen and using only the
best material I guarantee general satis
faction. Please call and see mo before
Honolulu, Oct. 28, 1B80J Ml tf
UNION FEED CO.,
offer at hi:d hock rnior.s
California liny, Ontfl, Bran,
' Oil Cnko Mm1, TjIurihmI Monl,
Bnrley, Rolled llfti'lcy,
Middling Ground. Itnvley,
Wheal and Corn Flour.
FLOUR STAl(a, Golden Galo & Salinas- FLOUR
ToloplionoB, No. 175;
" 1 1 .
HOLLISTEK & CO.,
I01 FOttT STKKKT. HONOl.SIMI.
new goodsj'ust to hand
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Colgate fi Co.'s Celebrated Fcrfiiiiies it Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
WARRANTED GENUINE ,v IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines
Cigars. Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
Boll M'oIi1ioiic, f -XSJfcaSr
No. 24 Merchant Street,
Hawaiian wine 00
HAVE THE BEST QUALITY
i:AC'H AND EVERY KIND OP
g&r Which will be hold AT LOWEST ItATEK by
The "Dai!" Bulletin
Will lie Iisueil
32 CoIuiuiib of Interesting News.
" llmoiil UIo'lr," IS on.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 Sheet Iron Work.
Cor. Edinburgh & Quoon Sts.
j u a '.tit ,.llu.
iUutiml Tclophoui. iVS' I
Near Fort Streot.
roapoijMinu-imuj"iiuin.mn. n hi
Weekl Summarv "
on Drecinbei 3rd.
The Best Papist- to Send Abioad.
C Si UT ICIiifcf HivtU-i.
b iT-" J,'J. ZT-ri-
BUUdBTIHt HONOLULU, H, I NOVEMBMl tt , JjBflQ.
V. C. T. U.
Annual Houston lu Clilcnso-.-Ite-mnrknlil.v
The Nntionnl Woman's Christian
Tcmpornncc Union has liclil its an
nual meeting in Chicago. All the
olllcorfl wore re-elected. Mrs. Foster
raised a'brHlk'c Ity tlenounclng n re
ference to Vicc-PrPsiiTcnt Morton as
a saloon keeper, the tenant of his
now hotel in Washington having
taken out a liquor license. In the
midst of a warm discussion cx
Oovcrnor St. John of Kansas arrived
and in a speech took side against
tho Vice-President, condemning him
for signing tho application for license
to tho bar of his hotel.
Miss Willnul presented the Union
with $2,900, proceeds of the snlo of
her book, "Glimpses of Fifty
Years," nnd as President refused to
put a motion to decline the haul
cat ncd money.
Gen. Ncal Dow of Maine in a
speech denounced the partisan ele
ment of the society. At the closing
session the battle between the Union
an.l the non-partisau delegation of
Iowa reached a climax. A majoiity
icportof the committee on resolu
tions said :
"We believe it is vital to temper
ance reform that tho principle of
prohibition lie made the dominant
issue in Amciican politics. Wc
therefore give our approval to that
parly only which declares in its
platrorm for prohibition in the State
aud nation, aud stands in action for
its application to law."
The minority report was biotiglit
in by Mrs. Mattio M. Uailcy of the
Iowa delegation, and read as fol
lows: "The recent amendment contests
demonstrate the need of moic per
sistent and persuasive educational
temperance woik among all classes
of people, the results of these sev
eral contests having given us practi
cal proof that the success in the
effort for tlio overthrow of the legal
ized liquor traffic can only be as
sured where the intelligent convic
tions of the people are in favor of
prohibition, and that defeat is cer
tain where such convictions are lack
ing; therefore, resolved further,
that as foity odd departments of
the W. C. T. U. work are for no
party, but arc for the education of
the people in tlio truths of total
abstinence and prohibition, and as
we have in our lucmbciship women
whose differing political prcfcicnces
lead them to sympathize with and
support different political parlies,
therefore it is unjust and unwise for
this organization to pledge its inllu
encc, support or allegiance to any
"Unjust because if this organiza
tion is non-partisan, as our Presi
dent has lately deflated, such a
pledge of influence, support or al
legiance, representatively given, in
terferes witli the individual freedom
of any and every member to prefer
and work for the political party of
her choice. Unwise because in the
practical carrying out of that pledge
our religious and educational woik
is thereby subjected to party limita
tions and antagonized by disastrous
After a btief discussion the majo
rity repoit was adopted, the Iowa
delegates alone voting for the mino
lity icport. Mis. Ellen J. Foster
then aiose and read a long protest
on behalf of the Iowa delegation,
setting forth that they had met with
relniffs and instills until foibeaiance
had ceased to be a viitue. At the
conclusion of the reading tlio entire
Iowa delegation left the hall, Mis.
Cahart remaining, who was not a
member of the delegation legularly.
Miss Willard spoke briefly about the
boll, saying this outcome had long
been expected "and that the foi bcar
ance of the Woman's Christian Tem
perance Union in the matter had no
equal in history.
The convention then adopted a
resolution authorizing the Executive
Committee to immediately take Mops
to reorganize a union in Iowa.
The convention thereupon passed
the following resolution:
"We have seen what seems to us
to be amply sufficient proof that the
Vice-President of tho United Slates
has permitted a bar to be opened in
his now apartment house at Wash
ington, and we express our amaze
ment, grief and condemnation that
at this advanced stage of temper
ance icfoim the second official of
the Government should thus openly
ally himself with the liquor dealers
of the nation."
The work having been completed
tho convention adjourned sine die.
rMIIS undersigned has removed to No.
X SO Muuuakca street, where he will
open a restaurant and oollen Haloon on
MOKOAYMOnNlNG, Nov.25tb, cur
toiners will be served with best of meats,
vegetables and frullB.tbe market a fiords.
Uoefnteak. Mutton Chop, flam As K(r(;,
Klo Give me a call nnd you will bo
IQ!llw II. MATUMOTO.
NOT r OK.
AS the iinderilpned is (IchIiouh of net
. tllnp; up his aflairfl In order to
leave tho country, all perfeons Indebted
to him are hereby notified that nil ac
counts not settled by tho 7th day of De.
cembor, 1880, will bo put lu the hands
of a collector und prompt action will be
taken with tho ennui. All accounts)
against mo should bo presented Imine
ihiitcly. W. 11. PAGE.
Honolulu, Nov. 23, 1&89. 412 1 w
rpHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X 28 columns, purely local matter
Mailed to foielgn countries, if (5 pur
FOR SS-A.JLi:i3 !
of leaving tho Kingdom to locate
In California, offeis foi sale tbePio
perty owned by hlin. Said Property
eonstRtH of bU present lesldeneo at
Knplolanl Park known as "Greenllcld,"
Ihln Propei ty must bo esamlned to he
nppieehited. 'J ho IIouic U nomly new
and well built anil of tho best tnateilal.
Tho Stables are commodious. my handy
nnd .ample loom for the Btoragc of eat
ilapes, feed, ete., in addition to that it
has been the home of such horses a
"Angle A.," ".lobnny Goldsmith,"
"Queen Kaplolaul," "Mink,' mid
(illicit that Mill loiifr be Temeinbered by
the public of Honolulu. Alio, tho
Household rurnltilre in said lioiie.
Tlie Land lins n Iiontage on the main
aveiinu of the Pjlk of S.'.O fiet inula
depth of 200 reet. Alo.
About 10 Acres of Land, foimeilya
ji.ut of the l.umlllo iNtati', und Ij'injj
lielween flie propcity of W. II. Ralley
and .fill. Campbell, Lsq. Alo,
A Reantltul niilhllng Lot of about )
Acres joining the line ie-ideiu-e nf Cei II
Itrow n, K-o,- Also,
About -JO I.ote in Kaplolaul P.uk.
All that Piece of Laud with linpioM
inenls, couier Pens-ieol'i and ICluiu
'-tieet.1', now occupied b. Clin.. A.
Brown, P.S(. Also,
Slim ci In Waiiiiaualo Siik.u- Co.,
Mutual Telephone Co. and Kaplolaul
1 Pine To) Iliiggv, 1 Road O.irl, 1
Phaeton, 1 Sulky, Double and SIiirIo
llaine-;, Roots, llltts, IliidlcH, .Saddles,
and :i complete nuttlt for hicaklngand
5 Por paitieulais and pi lees apply
to II. .1. ANKV.
Or, Phil OrKr.ittn:i.i. !)l 'Jmcod
I vw ill sell at the very lowest pi lees,
fiOODS & FIXTURES,
;iUTAItH, 11 AX JON,
Violins, Curios, Etc.
If l cannot sell them before December
1, 1SB0, they will be Eold at aui tlon.
Arlitleill Teeth from om: to an entite
sU uiMcittd on gold, silver, alliiminum
and rubber bases. Crown und Uiidgc
Work a spceWlty. To perions wearing
rubber pluleR which .ire a eonstiut
souue of initation to the month and
throat, wo would lccommend our Pro
phylactic Metul Plate. All opetations
performed in itoordanee with the latest
improvements in dental bcienco. Teeth
Kttraoted without p.iin by (ho use of
Nitrous Oudc Cla.
ISTOillce at Old Tice,loin Residence
Hotel street. Feb-30-89
OF THE LATEST TASIIIONS
W.W. Wright & Son
79 & 81
(The ltoie Prmnlnes)
All ouleiH for wheel vchloles of cvciy
dei ilpllon filled with prmnptncHs,
Plrst clsf a mechanic employed.
Fine Carriage Work a Specialty
'I'lCAM CAIW, m.'IlttlNHlCi,
Plantation Wagons, Mule & Ox Carts,
Made to order, ultcicd oi lcpalrcd.
Carriage Painting, Trimming,
I If., K1C, ITlf., WW.
Our HORSESHOEING Department
Ik under tho management of It.
001.15J , Cayfoid. Jim
THOMAS & HENRY,
Furl Slrceh nexl Lucai' Mill,
Ship's Blncksnillhlno, Urayi, Carts &
Wagon Building as specially.
Every description nf work lu the
above lines performed in a Hrst-olas?
manner and executed ut short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
t3? Orders from tho other Islands
solicited. Will bo pleased to oco all
our old customers as well us now ones.
Mutual Telephone No. fi7G, ,
123 days from Liverpool.
Large, Varied & tfeleeled Block.
Wlrkm Wale, Ktc.
A full line
A large asmtmeul.
BOOTS, SHOES & LEGGINGS,
I.I verier) and
OHw! OilN !
ltollt-il A Haw Untie rd, OuMor.
Paints & Zinc
Fern Stands' & Wire Baskets,
' Prypann, Ktc., Kle.
- mov mow i
Conugntill, & 'Plain.
TIN WARE !
lu nil varieties.
Fence Wire !
Patent Htecl Parted
BEASTEADS of IRON,
Of all vtttlelies, Blwaya lu stoek.
Hay, Feed & Flour
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
Will stand at net rice id
$50 ai m Insurance.
HkcoiU) B.2Q, Bncraniento, Sept. IB,
PKntoHttn- - Mitln was ulred by
Qulnn's Pntohen, be by Geo. M. Pal-
eheii, dr.; Marin's dam by Emlrrnnt, he
by Billy MeCrnohrnj Hilly McOraeken
by MeUranhcn'a Black nawk,707, (the
sire of Lady Doolcy, aud of the dam of
Overman, !3:l!!Af) McCrncltrn's Black
llowk, 707, by Vermont Hltirlc Hawk, 5;
2nd dam by MaishallU Black Uawk, he
by Kaston's Blnck HaMk. The dam of V
Qultm's Patcbon by Slockbildge Chief,
he by Vermont Black Hawk, fi.
It. T. Onrroll of Sun Franclwo, ihe
former owner of Marin, vouches, that
out of thlrty-slx marcs served by this
horse during IiIk Inst senpon In Call
fornla, thlrty-flvo proved with foal.
fi'AlIIi It. JSt:!VlJKU.
74 Klun St.
f n Kion st
Rattan & Rceil Furniture.
Pianos &, Furniture
Moved with Care.
Malting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
Continental and Colonial
36 Hue de Dunkorque, - - Paris.
Executoa Indents for every description
of French, Uelginn,
Swiss German, and English Goods, nt
tlio best Manutacturera Lowest Prices.
Commission, Two.and-a.Hnlf por cent
All Trade and Cash Discounts allowed
to CllontH. Original Invoioea forwarded
lteralttances, through a London or
Paris Banker, poyalde on delivery of
Shipping documontsj or, direct to tho
The Agency Hcprcsents, lluys, and
Bells, for Homo unit Colonial Finns.
Pieeo Goods, Cashmeres, Cambrics,
tfillcs. Velvet., Lawns, Chintzes,
MubIius, Carpets, Cloths,
Millinery, Laecs, Gloves,
FrlngoB, Parasols, Ilabeidashery,
Gold and Silver Lace,
Klaunelp, Feathers, Pearls,
Itooto and Shoes, Glass, and
China-ware, Clocks, "Watches,
Jewellry, Fancy Goods.
Electro-plate, Musical Instruments,
Fans, Ecclesiastical and
Optical Goods, Mirrors, Toya.
Perfumery, "Wines, &c.,
Oilman's Stores, Books Al tlstle
Chromo , Machinery. &c &c,
Reading Room Association.
Vov. Hotel & Alnkca Btrects.
Open nvory Day and KvenuiK.
The Library cohsirU nt tlio preaont
tlmo of over Five Tliousand Volumes.
Tho Rcadlug Jloom In supplied wlli
about fifty of tlio leadiug newspapeirt
A Parlor hi provided for conversation
Terms of mcmbeiBhlp, fifty cents a
month, payable quarterly. In advene.
No formality required In joining except
BlKiiIng the roll.
StraiiKers fioin foreign couutrlefl aud
vlfiltoi-s from the othor Islands are wel
como to the rooms at all times usgucflU.
This Association havltir. no regular
menus of auppoi t oxecjit the' dues of
niombcrfl, It Jh expected that realdouU
of Honolulu who delro to avail theia
Belves of its pilvlleges, and all who feel
an Interest iu maintaining an Instltiitlou
of this kind, will put down their name
mm iiccuiuu regular conmuutora.
a. iu naiu'ii. Treasurer.
0. 1' nOTifi-RTiq mi '
Chairman Hall and Library Committed
O TiUSO IIAWAIIANO.
ALU persona who want to comrauul
cate with tho Poitugueso, either
for husliitns, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any othor helps, will Und it
tho most nroiltablu way to advortlso In
the f.usst Hawaiian, thu new organ of
tho Portuguese colony, which Is pub.
lished on Hotel street, and only charged
reasnnabiB rate for lulYcrUneraeuu.
A, il. UAJtXWKIUHT, Pies.,
M. M. SCOT!', Vlcclpresldenr.
II. A, I'AHMKLKE, Secrotary,