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DAlbY BULLKTJN: HUNULULU, H. 1., OCTOBER V), 18U0.
We Desire to Gall
For Lubricating the Valves nud
w MV rt.Uiaii3tiUy5u
VALVOLINK is mi earth oil specially pieparcd under the highest steam
neat ami from which all olulilu uiul earthy matter has been expelled by a
piooess which leaves, a pine and heavy nil, wliieh prevents the eating away
ot bolts u nd keeps the cylinder mid piston packing perfectly clean. This
was the first Mineral Oil intiotlnced foi steam cylimleis and has been in con
stant use over eighteen years.
g&' also manufacture Superior Machine and Hpindlo Oils for all
clashes of machinery.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Solo Agents. C01 3m
" EMiiioiu) IllixMc," IVoh. in .Si OT JHlntr Wlreel.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COFFER AND
93 Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE" & COOKE," "
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', Blacksmiths', Machinists' & Plumbers' TooIr,
HOUSE FUEN1SHING GOODS !
Kitchen UtciiBils, Paints, Oils, VarnislieB, Lamp Goods and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape & Sons Family Medicines.
E. It. ilENDiiv, President it Manager.
Goukhky Bkown, Secretary lib Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. SpreckelH' Jtiinlt, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine. Havilaud China, plain and decorated; and Wedgcwood
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, Olnuuloliura it ElcotoliorB,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assorlm't of Drills fe Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION '
Tlie "Gazollo" Il-wbooled Riding Plow & Equalizor,
Bluebeard Rico Pl6w, 1'lantois' Sleol & Gootjoncokcd lines,
LARD, OYLINDEH, KEROSENE, LINBHKI),
Paints, Varnishes A Brushes, Manila A Sisal Ropo,
t HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
J.XoNo, X-lowe, Home,
UUWJIW, WIIUMIOUNI) of supuilor (iiiilUy, A HTJCAAI,
Again lion Wiuo, Hilvor Plntwl Wuru, Tahlo A Poukiit (Jidlory,
J'OiVilur, fiitt fc Uujitii Tim OululiiiUml,,UHli",MimiinMomm (Jin irliljiHH,
4vj ittN'i'H iron
Iliirl'a I'uluiil "l)utlu" DIm HlwuMwr I'lpii rV (Mi TliruBilliiii,
IJUiliuiiii Mlwl Wliu jW A Hliwl Wliu Mali,
Willi 0, J'WMrt Wiuiljjlil BUUll llUDUUVf
ilsrW Sam ma mh
Your Attention To
Cylinders of Steruu EngineB.
John Ena, Vice-President
Cecil Bkown, Auditor.
.tust received ex bark "Bilker"
FIVE OF THE ABOVE PIANOS
These instruments have been ncknow
ledned by all tliu leading musicians of
Hie diiv to be the very essence and epl-
liiine of all that Is
SOUND, GOOD & TRUE,
In the productions of the most renowned
makers In the world.
ThG Asclrtri Pianos !
Have icpcntedly been used by Hie lead
ing pianists of the day at all the pi In
elpal concern In London nnd the con
tinent of Europe.
t&F Every Instrument Is guaranteed
to lie of the bet niateiluN and Is lln
lhcd in the most superior style in every
tST For sale by
07S lw Cor. Fort & Queen streets.
All oulers for cartage promptly attended
to. Paiticular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good tu transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black & White Sana
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
tQT Okkick: Next door to .las. F.
Morgan's auction room.
octii Mutual Telephone N j. 19. 18!)0
I". X. 2.U. Lime,
And a fresh lot of
HAY, GRAIN ml FEED,
Just received In quantities ns r
John F. Colburn & Co.
rpiIK Dwelling and Beantl
JL fill Grounds belonging
to II. Itiemeiiscluieider, on
I'luiciioowi street, impure, 01
i!73 2v W. O. SMITH.
FURNISHED Kooms, sin
gle or hi suites; also
275" Alakca street.
A TWO Roomed Cottage,
furnlsheii or iinfur-
AVKKY Convenient and
Desirable Cottage fur
nished or unfurnished, near
the old baseball ground at Makiki Ap
ply at OULUJK'S AGENOY,
ii".r tf US Merchant street.
A SUITE of Three Nicely
Furnished Kooms, two
bedrooms nnd parlor, on
-Muiiuliliuwl stieet near Palace Walk;
suitable for two single gentlemen.
QUI tf II. F. HEBBARD.
IPI a A HOUSE on Young street
fVJEtjjfk -f- nuar Thomas ttuuaic,
NhHM with the rooms and bath;
tilho stable aecuiiuuodatlous for live
horses. Apply at
COO tf Foi t street.
rpiIK Furniture of a llvo
L room cottage complete,
for lioiiKekecniui'. (Jottayo
(initially located and to let at a reasou-
aiuu rental, nupiuc at tins oiuee,
TO LET or LEASE
CO'ITAOK on King
Hi I cut. wllh 7 I'OOIIIh.
Inulmlliig l.llclien, ni'.; into.
Man urll wiiloi'i hliihlu ami (iiiiIhmim'h,
Il7illf AHJ. ). IliilliVriiiii'w,
HTOItlSH TO hVJW
1 uwi'iiiiy nri'iipit1
uwi'iilly nri'iiiiliMl hy
Mr. CIhih, IIhiIiiihi. In hit ill
lilli'Mllilllfll M'llllll. rilUllUitf lUIVJI IM'IIII
m iiuvj! iitjuii
T otoat l?npQimi Mnwo
J I! 0.
Kolia, Sept. 20. The overflow of
Ihc Mnritza river wai nllctidud liy
great loss of life. Fully 10(1 pea
sants were, drowned, and at, Muslti
plm 1(10 Turkish soldiers perished in
Paris, Sept. 20. Eighty tulle
manufacturers at Calais locked out
jUOO employes for iloinnuding higher
Cape of Good Hope, Sept. 20.--Tliu
Cape of Good Hope Hank lias
London, Sept. 20. Col. .las.
Pepper, a Keiituckian, compelled
the night clerk at the Hotel Metro
pole, London, to apologise, on his
knees at the point of a pislol, for
insults to American guests.
Simla, Sept. 20. The ironclad
Sardegna, the largest vessel in the
Italian Navy, was launched to-day.
Washington, bept. 20. lhc hen-
ate to-day passed a bill to provide
that thirty port lights for the use
and conveniences of navigation shall
he established along navigable chan
nels of the Snohomish, Skagit,
Norksack, rivers, the Sacouner
slough and along such other chan
nels of Puget Sound and the rivers
tribulory thereto in the state of
Washington as may be necessajy
for the requirements of commerce.
The Apathcs Indians aiu on the
warpath in New Mexico. Troops
have been ordered out.
Now York, Sept. 20. The statue
of Iloracu Greeley at the Tribune,
building entrance was unveiled to
day by Miss Galnielle Greeley in
the presence of a vast crowd.
Cliauncey M. Depew made thu chief
Sugar Raw is firm; fair refinery
5 7-10c; Centrifugals, ilG lest
0 1-1 (ic.
The Caibaiicn left San Francisco
bound for Santa Rosalia with a cargo
of general merchandise shipped by
A. Carpenticr. After discharging
her cargo she loaded with ballast
and sailed for Altala, where she ex
pected to take on a cargo of woods
for New York. On the 2d inst. Al
tata was sighted. The vessel passed
safely over the bar. Subsequently
the winds which had been steady all
day ceased to blow, and the bark
was becalmed. She dropped anchor
and the strong tide swung her in
shore. She struck on the beach,
and became for all purposes a total
wreck. She laid there until the 10th
inst., when a survey was held. She
was condemned and sold. The hull
brought S305, the stores 8112, and
the incidentals made the total sum
obtained $-1-10. It is believed that
the Caibaiicn was not insured direct
ly in any of the local companies. It
is known that she was insured in the
East. The Caibaiicn is entitled to
mention as being one of the oldest
vessels from this coast. She was
built over forty years ago, and was
in the Australian register at one
time. Subsequently she was placed
in the American register and the
packet service between Honolulu
and New York.
Sydney, September 20. Colonial
Treasurer McMillan lias resigned.
He takes the step because the Pre
mier expresses disapproval of his
promise to a deputation of merchants
that the Government would take ex
treme measures to protect non-union
men against strikers.
Anxiety is felt for the ship Henry
Buck, which was spoken at sea in
distress by the bark AV. B. Godfrey.
She has not been heard of since, and
is long overdue at San Francisco.
The pilot boat Gov. Moody was
wrecked off Cape Disappointment,
Sept. 20. The cook was drowned.
The bktne. S. G. Wilder arrived
at San Francisco, Sept. 20, 38 days
The last of the correspondence janics
Game No. 2 (Scotch Gambit).
White, Kihuiea K. lilaek, Honolulu.
1 V K4
r. p Qija
0 B K3
10 KB Q.I
11 Castles QK
12 V KKtl,
13 KK Kthii
15 B KIM
l(i Q QU2
18 P QKH
1U UXU check
20 B KKlll
21 P QKtfi
22 P OJM
23 K (l'i
21 Jt tilia
2(i KK tjllsii
7 BQK 15 check
II Q KH2
15 Castles QK
17 Kt Qli:i
22 P KK4
2.1 P 2Ki:t
21 ICt Qlvt'Ji
27 Kt QI15 eheel..
HO Q 11
31 P-QKd check III K-QKsc)
32 KG 112 (JXi
33 KXQ in K-tl
31 White resigns the game,
This guiiti) was coimneni'ed on tho
1 tit li of September, lHS'.i, mid win lln
IhIiciI on tliu 2111 h of Septembor, I Win
The diiiiillon of the giiiiiu was Jimt one
year and a week,
VOU BA M3
IIAIU'llAli mid Hull. Apply In
Mil. uiiArt. lill(Ai,
Al llm IUilMil.ihliMi.
JJUlUlJll Ul Ult-u li '
TJUI) I'ukliJiti tut JlAM
74 King Slfi J'UinfiSI.
llllplll Iciv of
Rattan aial Recti Furniture.
Pinnos and Furniture
Miivi'd Willi rate.
Matting and Gin pets Laid,
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
A Specialty. '
Infalllblo for renewing, Invigorating ami
bcnutlfylng the hair, removing scurf, ilaudruU,
anil nil ndcctlonB of tlio ecalp, and curing erup
tions of tho skin, diseases of the glands, mupclcs
and Integuments, and relieving stings, cuts,
bruises, sprains, etc. Tho nfllnlty between the
membranes which constitute tho skin and the
liiilr which draws Its sustenance from this trlplo
envelope Is very closo. All diseases of the hair
originate In the skin of the head. If the pores
of the scalp arc clogged, or if tho blood and other
fluids do not circulate la-ely through tho small
vessels which feed tho roots with moisture and
Impart life to the fibres, tho result Is scurf,
daudruH, shedding of the hair, grayncss, dryness
and harshness of the ligaments, nnd entire bald-
ncsBi as the case may be. Stlmulato tho skin to
healthful action with Barry's Xrlconhor-
on, and tho torpid cfecl9, recovering their
activity, will annihilate tho disease. In all
affections of tho skin nnd of the substrata of
muscles and integuments the process and the
effect are the same. It Is upon the skin, tlie
muscular fibre, nnd the glands that Harry's
Tricopherous has Its specific action, nnd
in all affections and Injuries of these organs It
la a sovereign remedy.
Bowaro of Counterfollo.
.From the Greatest Living Trima Donna,
Madame Adelina Faltl-Nlcolliil.
Monteviueo, July 301 h, 18S3.
Mitssits. IlAncT.AT & Co.. New York.
VearSirs:! take pleasure in announcing to
you that lUitnv'a FLomnA WATERlsoneoftliu
few articles always to bo found on my dressing
case. In my conception it li one of the best or
tolici wuicrs, umi lor mu uam u is nut ouiy ue
llclnus, but refreshing nnd invigorating. I
rccouiiacuu K Wlluoui reserve.
HOLUSTER & CO.,
001 Dhstiilmthig Agents. lm
O. R.& L. GO.
To Ewa Plantation!
Leavirjg the Ilui.luln Depot at lit? V, M.
Trains will be yiadc up ofCoiches
iind Canopy-lop (Jain all one pi lee.
ra?"K.curiou Kales for theo Trains
50 Cents to Pearl City and Return.
75 Conts to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn. An opportunity for a delightful ride
and a breath of pine air, for only two
cunts per mile. ;(!." lm
New Hawaiian Directory
lfOlt J &3)-!l.
rjIIK above Directory is now to bo
1. obtained at thu stoic of .Messrs.
ISensou, Smllli .t Co.
(173 2w N. F. IIIJIIGESS.
TAI WO CHAN,
Mauiifneliiier of Ladles' it Gentlemen's
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
myin hiioi:.s maim: 'io ounivii.
IVbuimI or Hrwcil. AIhii, ailillew.
:m Nmiiiiui St., : : : P.O. Box 2()il.
tip 7 IKMy
no. na ji'oit'r HTitiiji!:'!'.
' Coiihtaullyoii hand a large iioiliucnl
of evmy ileM'ilptliiiHir.lewnliy.Wali'liiiri
Gold uiul Sliver I'luled Wine, ,
I IIODIIIQIM'jSiif Kiiiiii, Miiul, liuv.
ft t lug iiimhi an ii"luiiiiiini o hi
hliipmly lo Hie Miiilei.lKiieil fur Ihn
ImiiihHI Mf III i'iiinr, iiuilni U heii'liy
ulvnii Uiul nil I'liiliifiipiliM him nun.)
III) IMI'il'llll'il In Hie linileulumul ulllllll
llH'l) llll'lllll fMMII ilille, uiul pi'Miiim
llJtJullllMl III Mill .1. liulll Hill 1(1.
iiUuJm I" uiuw' ImijUMllmii iiuviiiuiii ii)
Special Bargains in All DsparM ai
B. F. EULERS & CO.'S.
White Dress (Joods, in t-lriped, at
10 cents yaid.
Victoria Luwn, lOy piece, for 75
All colors Moiicc Silk, $1.21") and
$l.r.O, fornmily. tlW) ynid.
All wool Maids, i educed for CO and
7f cents yaid.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE 1
JW DtessmakiiiK under the management of Miss CLARK.
NO. 77 FOHT
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The Bail" Bulletin Week!" Summarv "
InhiumI 10vry TmMliiy.
.'li! Columns n luti-i c-uni! New. Tin- Hoi Paper lo Semi Abroad.
Wm. (!. Irwin & Company,
oi'Kr.n roit sai.k
PAI1AFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
UUOK & OlILANDT'S
High Grade Glicmical Cane Manuro.
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 nnd 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
PASTUltE for HOUSES.
THE undersigned is prepared to take
horses on pasture at Palolo.
AtKahakoilani, Waikiki, or Washing
ton Place, liuretania St. 058 lm
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
THE San Francisco Fruit Depot has
removed from Fort street to No.
87 King street near Fort.
(i5C lm Proprietor.
Ostricli Notice !
YISITORS are entreated not to enter
the paddocks where the birds are
Kept, not to tease the birds, not to pull
their feathers. Some birds aie sitting,
the others arrived on the 19th instant,
retjuliu rest and should not be disturbed.
They ean all bo seun from the entrance
where visitors will always be welcomed.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 18'JO. COS lm
CWOM and after this dato wo will not
JD bo responsible for any freight after
same has been delivered at any station.
Paitlusto whom freight is consigned
must he at tho station to receive their
No freight will bo received for ship
ment between the hours of 8:30 and 0
o'clock a. in., ami between 1 :30 and 2
o'clock p m.
Trains will not bcjlctnliied for ship
ment of fi eight without special arrange
ment. rW'No freight will ho recolved sifter
this date iiulcsi? charges tire prepaid.
O.U1U RAILWAY it LANIX'O.,
VV, G. Ashlev, Superintendent.
Honolulu, Pel. II, Ib'.K). Ii74 tf
rilllE Kaplohuil Maternity Homo has
X two looms to iiceoiiimodalii paying
patients. Ladies of moihiratu menus
who wlnli tosiH'iiiu a home on iuiiroii
abhi teiuiH, httfoiu and during thu time
of llitilr I'oiilliieiiienl, whmii llui hiwt of
food, iillmidiiiire. niiisliig nud nicdlciil
skill will I hi provided, will pleioui apply
at thu lloimi in Miv. Miller. Ihn nmtmii,
who will utlmid lu Hdinllltilieii, glvO
Imiiu or oilier liifoiiimtloii iniiiliei,
lliiiiuliilil.Oi'l.l.lMio, 1170 Hin
I t Albiiniiyill I .ii v A Niilmy I'nlille
1 U,. Mi'ii'l'i'iil tHi'tii'l llminliiliii .If
ill) umumnmhWmm, ly
Embroideries, dress lengths, only
$5 and $7 piece.
Black Laces A Flouueings, at your
All styles of Curlains A Drapery,
Gents' Underwent, White Shirts,
Sock, Etc., Etc.
Oram; fiiiKiiip Coin
From San Francisco.
Leave. Due at
S. F. Honolulu
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zealandin Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Dee. l.'l Deo 20
For San Francisco.
Leave Due at
Zealandia Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 2!) Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 2(5 Deo III
Zealandia Dec 21 Jan 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F.
Friday. ..Oct 10
Friday. ..Nov 7
Friday. . .Dec 5
Friday. . . Oct 24
Friday... Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 18
Witt SAW MtAA:iS( O,
The new and fine Al steel Btcmneliip
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on orkbout
, Oct. 18, 1890.
Andwill leave for the above port with
,miillBvand Passengers on or uliout that
I .For freight or passage, having SU-
'PBttlOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IRWIN, & CO., Agents.
For Sydney -and Aucklano.
The ncv and 'fine Al steel sIcmubIhj,
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Oct. 25, 1 890.
And will have piompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for the above porta.
For freight or passage, having SU
PPMtlOK ACCOMMODATIONS, app
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Aeent
HAMMERSMITH & FED.
ter Our New Artotypo Illustrati'ii
Catiilogiio sent free on application.
11M Hl!'lvl'i:it HT.,
Hnn FrmiclHeo. j t (.'lUinuiilu,
No, 30 Kuuauu Hi, J', 0, Hoi 807,
Boot and Shoo Store,
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Mill llllelllUM., Mill llli'lllllill Ullimilll-
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