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DAIL.Y BUliLHJTIN : HOiVOL.UL,tI, fi. 1., NOVEMBER 26, 1890.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
11. MOItE, : :
Office & Works,
Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines,
Steam Boilers, Juice Tanks, Coolers, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Cars,
Cane CarB, Elovators, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings,
Wrought & Cast Iron Work for llouso Builders,
Wnter Wheels & Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Difiision Machinery in all its Branches.
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.twidfe lirJaL Bl BHP
3? ill" iiww ii a. ih ia u wa. hi ijm - a A.itun k
Nolo AK-nti Hawaiian IhIuihIn tor the
PELION WATER WHEEL
0B Repairs of all kinds of Machinery
Special Bargains in All DeprtMt
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S.
White Dresa Goods, in striped, at
10 ccntB yard.
Victoria Lawn, lOy piece, for 75
All colors Moiree Silk, $1.25 and
$1.50, formerly $2.50 yard.
All wool Plaids, reduced for 50 and
75 cents yard.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE !
F Dressmaking under the management of Miss CLARK.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' &
Leading 2 IVIiElinery 2 House
Chas. J. Fishel, Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
BARGAINS ! -: BARGAINS !
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Beg to announce that In consequence of extensive lepalrs to their building, tliey
are Removing tbeir Stocks of Goods to the
MellXEaaTV Y -:- BLOCK.
ggT During removal, in order to save expense of handling "a
ir Entire Stock is
EST" Persons requiring anything
New Goods !
Have lately been received and
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping 4 Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AOENTH,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', HlaokBinltliB', Machinist' & Plumbum' Toiiki,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS 1
Kltdlion IJiuimilo, J'alnlu, Oil, YnriiUliti, Lamp UihuIn uml
& Iron Founders,
done at reasonable rates and
Embroideries, dress lengths, only
$5 and $7 piece.
Black Laces & Flouncings, at your
All styles of Curtains & Drapery,
Gents' Underweai, White Shirts,
Sock, Etc., Etc.
their line will find this n specially favoi-
New Goods !
fiesh Invoices are on the way.
F. HORN'S PIONEER
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
They will have a large supply on hand
of their well-known
GOUU and KIOII
For this coming Thanksgiving
To tie Mies of H01M11 !
CSS- I will ltoaxt Tin keys, Chickens,
Ducks, Gee-e, Ham. Sucking Pigs and
oilier inc.it to order at lcasonablo rules
foi Thanksgiving Hay.
n F. HOKN,
Piopiletor of the Pioneer Steam
Candy F.ietoiv A, lUkery.
Central Meat MarM,
In the new building, adjoining Love's
Bakeiy, whcie you can pio-
eure the choicest
Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork,
l.oiltry. J3to , 1310.
Various Kinds of Sausages
Boef Sausage, Bologna Bansage,
Gtrman Bansago, ,.
Special Domestic Pork Sausage,
CSTThe Best on Nmiauii Stieet.-j
Smoked Mntton Hams,
Oorned Beef& Fork.
F5!rYoiir patronage icspectfully soli
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed to all
Kf No ClilneHO Kniploycd. -e
VVJESTBKOOK & TAYLOR,
First-class, Reliable Batchers,
Boll Tolo. 369 -flioy-Mutual Tolo. 362
The Pacilic Mall S. S. Co.'s Fine
"'CITY OF RIO de JANEIRO,"
Will sail for the above poits
on or about
For f i eight or parage apply to
H. HACKFELD &. CO.,
HAS removed his olllee and lesldence
to the now building opposite the
Hawaiian Hotel, on Beictama street.
2MII.OH Cows, nearly
stock.- Apply to
BUOVVN LEGHORNS I
BROWN Leghorn Cocke
rels for sale, guai auteed
thoroughly cd. Address "Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm," Ka-
S piolani Park: Mutual Tele
phone 'J25. C03 tf
Building Lot For Sale !
A LOT of Land 100 feet
fiont by 147 feet depth,
on Young ti cot, near lieo
aumoku street. Apply to
J. M. VIVAS.
AB UILDING Lot on Uoro
tauia street, adjoining
Mr. Ticgloan's residence. 84
ft. 9 In, f i outage by 11(1 ft. C in. deep;
fenced, fiult new planted and water
laid throughout. Deshablo location.
Apply to J. M. OAMARA, Jn.,
Heal Estato & Geueial Agent, Sprec
kels' Block, Boom luT JlOgt
fpiIE iindeiiilgiied havo this day
1 fniiiii'd a copiutiieirthli for the
purpose of dealing in hay. giain, etc,
under tliu iiiiiuu of the California Feed
Co, T, .1. KING,
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Honolulu, Hunt, 17, IbUO, mil If
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SISTER RO J5E GERTRUDE'STRIALS.
Her Itnlnttnnn' With Dr. hntr, Hnvo
Eileen JllHrcp vcnentcil, HhoHayn.
Last Fobruary while Miss Amy C.
Fowler (Sistor K09 Gertrudo), tlio
young English woiim who is caring
"lor the lepers in the Hawaiian Isl
ands, was,on her w:iy to tlio Jlcper
settlement, she was the guest of
friends in Brooklyn. '.These friends
have just received a lefler fiom her
which throws some li'tjht on the
tiouble she is having s villi certain
nersons in the islands, me ogre ndws
of which has been sent lnwe. The.
letter is dated Kalihi, Oahur Hawai
ian Islands, Aug. 28. Miss Fowler
"Three weeks ago Dr. Lntz, the
German specialist, found that Chas.
Kahalakili, the resident overseer of
the hospital, 'and a leper, was a very
bad man, and complained to the
Board of Health. But Kimball, the
President, would 'do nothing, and
the agent wouldn't either. The fact
is they were 'jealous of Dr. Lutz,
beeausu he has cured some of the
lepers, and the people all like him
so much. Complaint was made to
Mr. V. Kalua, a native gentleman
in tho Legislative Assembly, and he
bi ought over a committee. Ihey
made investigations as to how badly
Dr. Lutz and I have alays been
treated, and the Pieaidcnt and the
agent arc going to lose their places
most likely. The former, in fact,
has already been turned out. Kim
ball even stole Dr. Lutz'swork. Dr.
Lutz had found out that a Portu
guese had been ill with unchylos
toitiu duudenale, and he told Kim-,
ball, who pretended that he found it
out, and even wrote in the papers.
He is now found out and disgraced.
The other members of the Boaid of
Health are angry because it was
said in the Legislature that they
abused us, and I think they will try
to drive us out. In this country
the missionary patty arc very strong
and spiteful. Instead of piactisiug
the gospel of poverty they pi each,
lliey nave grown nun by smuggling
and moitgaging the property of the
"AH the rich men here are sons
of the missionaries, and if you do
not belong to their party they hate
you. Out of Fort Street Church,
they say, there is no salvation. So
I expect to be driven out sooner or
later. Kahalakili, the overseer,
makes patients "work, when I, as
nurse, under the orders of Dr. Lutz,
prescribed rest. He has also made
offensive remarks about my going
out with the doctor for airings.
"The cause of all this is that I
have gone with the doctor, who is
an amateur photographer, once or
twice to take pictuies of the sur
rounding country. That I have very
little time for rcoreatiou can readily
be seen when I give the hourly sche
dule of my duties. It is as follows:
5 a. m. Rise, dress, and spend
half an hour in meditation and
prayer. GJ I go to the dispensary
and prepare the surgical dressings.
7 Get the medicines ready. 7J
Give patients their medicines. 8J
Breakfast. 9 Go among patients
again. 10 Disinfect surgical in
strument waterproofs. 11 J Dis
pensary again. 12 Dinner. 12 J
Take temperature. 1 Make ban
dages, etc. 24 Wait on Doctor and
take his orders. 4J Anange things
after he leaves and dispense flie((
cines. 5 Tea. (5 Take tempera
tuie again. In the evening for an
hour or two I teach the children,
soipe of whom have sweet voices, to
sing hymns, and J play the accom
paniments on the piano given to me
by Mr. Haven of New York. The
piano I brought from England I
have sent to' Molokai. Between
times I have to say my 'ofllce' and
do little serv'ces for the patients.
"1 have applied to the Govern
ment several times for permission
to get an assistant, but have not yet
received their consent. When I get
it I will send for one of those young
ladies in Brooklyn who 60 kindly
volunteered to accompany mo when
I was there. Several of them have
wiitten to me since I came hero re
newing their offers of assistance.
"The children all love me very
much. A pathetic incident occurred
the other day. One of the children,
a little girl, very badly afflicted with
leprosy, was ordeied to be sent to
Molokai. The poor child was incon
solable and wept as if her heait
would break. I comfoited her as
beat I could and finally gave her a
doll. Her tears were diicd almoBt
instantly and she hugged and kiss
ed it and in a few moments was will
ing to go to Molokai rather than
lose the doll. N. Y. Paper.
C10LUMWA Safety Bleyclo, In good
) older, for sale cheup. Apply this
olk'o. 715 2w
LOST or STOLEN
Ih own Hon el
"in" on neolt,
Finder will hn suitably
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Our Last Club
Is Now Being Formed I
And If you nio thinking of joining .a
club dojnot delay It any longer, its wo
cannot tako your name after tho Uth
club lias been organized. Join now as
It Is your last chance to go In one of our
clubs and scenic u
Solid 14 Karat Gold Watch for
$1.00 Per Week.
Monday afternoon, November 24th, the
following drew their watches:
Ci.uii 1 Member No. 4G.
Oi-Uli 2 Member No. 21.
Ci.uii 3 Membor No. 14.
Cluii 4 Member No. 15.
Ci-unfi Member N 0.
H. F. Wichman Watch Clnli.
J. A. LUOKETT,
O meet the d. maud of the pub
lic for an opnoi tuiiltv to viil
PeAU!, liry, the OAIIU RAILWAY &
I AND COM-'ANY have analiged to
have an Omnibus to meet each train
from Honolulu at L'umii. Cn v Sia
nox eveiy day (Sundays excepted)
f i out November 16th to November
29th inclusive; duilng which time
Special Tickets will, be Issued at
Honolulu Station with coupon at
tached to coyer the bus fare, at a
cost of GO cents each, for the round
nip, toaud oer Peaui. Citv aud
letuiu. The Company dcshii that
all intending puiclnuscrs shall have
an oppot luiiity to see the Lots of
feied for sale, aud that they niny
also see tlie piovlsiou made for an
ample supply of Puro Mountain Wa
ter. Tle bus provided will take
people all over that part of Puaui.
City now laid out in streets. The
digtilbutlng ioeivoir full of water
contains about 700,000 gallons and is
situated at an elevation of 100 feet
above sea level.
The Company proposes to make
within a month or two another dis
tiibutlng leservoir about a half mile
farther up, at an elovatlon of 100
feet above sea level, which will sup
ply water for all Lots above the level
of the present distiibuling resei voir.
The situation of the Lots above the
100 feet elevation is line, and tlio
view of 1'KA.iHi Uahboh and the
surrounding countiy is most charm
ing, but the Company waut the
public to tee for themselves, aud
theiefoie make it possible for all to
do .so, at a hilling expense, and
with the least possible physical
ea?" Reme.nber, those, who Bay
at the Fir t '"'ale will secure Lots
at a Lnver Price than they can
be bought o.t ..ny future time !
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
General Manager Q. K. & L. Co.
j 708 td
HAMMERSMITH & FIELD,
1 18 HUTTKlt NT ,
Silverwaie, Silver Jcwehy,
Silver Mounted Canea,
Silver Mounted Umbrellas,
Onyx Mantel blocks,
Gold Pens tVj Pencils,
Pino Lieut Ii5i' Gootl,
Reliable Goods at Reasonable
8Sf Catalogue sent to any addles
CMh11 oideis piomptly andcaie
"Diamonds and Pieeious Stones
mounted iu the latest hty)c.
Parchdsers of Lots ai Pearl City will
Please Take Notice.
nPHE Oahu Railway & Land Co. have
JL made arrungements to deliver
lumber and all kinds of ilulldlug mate
rial at tho Peiul City SUitlou at the
regular Honolulu pi Ices.
Those desiring to build at Peail City
upon land sold by the Company pleaso
call at the Company's olllee for further
General Manager O. R. & L. Co.
A VICHY Convenient and
Dcslrablu CottiiKO fur-
SjVEnS f- 1
I. L.&. ..'T -
I1I JC A . . . .
&5.&:i uirtiiou or minims icii. near
tho old bueehall gioiind at Maklki An-
it OIJI.ICK'.S AGIONUY,
i)8 Merchant stieet.
HIHTK of 'I'hieti Nlculy
FiiinUliml JtoouiB. two
iIiooiiih ami inn lor, on
l'linnlihowl htiinl near I'liliieu Wall,!
niiltnlilu (or two kluglu geiitleiuuii,
toliuM ulil) iuu lw,
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TO THE LADIES !
Of Han Frnncliico,
(1'ioprlctor of the Kedfcrn House, Mar
ket Stieet, under Palace Hole)),
Intends to remain In Honolulu for the
next three or four months for the benefit
of his health, during which time ho has
concluded to open a
Ladies' Tailoring & Dressmaking
Ladles wishing to have their Fall nud
Winter Costumes made will do well to
call at once to secure their oiders.
.Riding Habits, Qentilue Tailor-made
Costumes, Traveling Ulsteis, Jackets,
all thcLatcst De-lgus In
Promonads and Evening Costume!.
t Ills universal reputation ns a
Fitter aud DiesaiimkiT Is too well
known to need any further lccomiiiund
atlou. lie whl guaiautcu pel feet satia
tion. Cor. Fort & Hotel Str.
(Over Tetnplo of Fashion.)
Pianoforte Tuner & Repairer,
Has removed to 10Q Foit street,
The icsldence formeily occupied by Dr.
Oiders can be left at H. II. Williams'
Cabinet Warehouse, 115 Fort street;
Hawaiian News Co.'s Music Store, oi
at my residence, inc. Fort; street
l-S1 ah ovuers promptly attended to,
ort Street House,
18t Ifort btrcot,
Is the family hotel of Honolulu. All
the comforts of home.
Booms with or without Board.
Board, per week, according to rooms
$10 to $12
Transient, per day , , S2 00
Single M eals 50 Cents
Rooms liargc, I.iclit ami Airy. lint
and Cold Itatlis.
II. II. KERRY,
704 2m Pioprietor.
Hotel HU, s IlonoluXu. .
J. H.FISHER, Pi op. -J
Board and Lodging, per week, (ac
coiding to location of rooms,..
$10 00 to $12 00
Transient, per day 2 00
Table Board, per week 7 00
biugle Meals 50
BfifVlsItors w ill Had this one of the
most comfortable and convenient houses
iu the city, the looms being huge, light
aud airy. Hot and cold water baths.
All oi dei s for cartage promptly attended
to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good in transit to the other Islands.
Also. Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest pi Ices.
KST Officii:: Next door to .las. F.
Morgan's auction iooin.
M. WHITNKY Is huppy to
announce to Ills imtiniiN aud
f i lends In Honolulu mid chcwlien!, that
heueeforlh lie will hu asaUted In i!n
Uuitiil loonishy Or A E NIUI01.S, grad
uate of 'tint Hi. Louis pniitu) College,
mid for fcoveral yem-H a MiocuHHfiil iinie
tlouur In I'uBiiileiiii. California. Ollliui
bonis us hefmn fiom HillO a, m, tolilld
I', si, (III I lm
fViWi Kmiloiinil MHiunillyJIwni" lu
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Oceanic stni Coip'y.
From San Frarioisco.
Loavc Duo at
S. F. Honolulu
Alameda Doc 13 Dec 20
Fop San Francisco.
Leave Due at
Nov 26.... Dec 13
Dec 24.... Jan 10
-S. S. Australia.
Zcalaudia , .
Leavo S. F.
Friday. ..Dec I
Friday. ..Dec 18
V9U SAX PICAWIM'a.
The New aud Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo due at Houolulu fiom Sydney
aud Auckland on or about
Dec. 13, 1890.
Aud will leave for the above port with
malls and passengers ou oi
about that date.
JFor freight or passage, baviug
suueiloi accommodations, apply to
v m . IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
For Sydney and Auckland.
The New and Fine Al Steel SteaniBhlp
Of the Ocennlc Steamship Company will,
be duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Dec. 20, 1 890.
And will bave prompt dispatch with
malls rtu,d passengers for
the above ports.
US'" For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to.
Wn G. IRWIN
& CO.. L'd,
74 King St.-
Rattan and Reed Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved With Cure.
Matting and Carpets - Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
The hereditary blood
scrofula devcloos in tho dellcuto tisi
s in ihe dellcuto tissues
oi tno Dnun, mental we unesscs anu
infirmities, idiocv an t. insanity. It en
larges the glands of the th out, impairs
the sense of smell aud tasie.' or breaks
Into consuming ulcp s on the neck. It
destroys tho lungs, i r fills them with
tuberculous s.M.relions It eats away
the coating of )iiu stomach, enuvges
the liver, clogs the kidneys, creates
constipation and induces piles No
human acenry can so speraiiy. per
manently and economically cleanse the
blood of scroftdoua poison, clear the
completion anu sum, scaip ana moon,
as Btciilci-'s sjrui JVo. 2, the
great blood purifkr.
Renter's Healing Soap
Ue it always if you wish for a fair,
clear skin, a toft, s ipplo skin. Glvis
a naturd tint, imp til fr slmos, re
moves blotched, pioYeuUcruptlous.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
0001 Diutilbutlng Agents. lm
From and after this dato
wll not bo ieponsbe toy nhy
egit iiiei biiiiiu nun iuu
liiudud, Pin tied (o nhoiii
f might ciiiiblgiiml 111114 hu nt
tliu binding to lueulvn llmlr
JMimollllll, Hujil, 6, am llfdllf
WENNER & GO,
NOi Ifl 'OM'' N'IJ li!J'li
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