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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hond, 3 p. m. Woathor
hnzy, wind frosli northeast.
Hawaiian Council, American Lo
$iou of Honor, will moot this even
ing. Mr. W. M. Cunningham imported
another thoroughbred Irish setter
by last stoamor.
JTau, tho native who accidentally
shot Kanoakalau, his friend, is charg
ed with manslaughter.
Soction 1 of tho Appropriation
Bill passed the second reading with
a reduction of $10!J,075.-11.
J. P. Morgan will soil wines and
liquors at his salesroom to-morrow
at 11 o'clock, by order of II. Hack
fold & Co.
This is ladios' night at tho skating
rink. Tho band will bo in atten
dance and dancing will bo in ordor
after tho skating.
J L. J. Lovoy will hold a sale of
gonoral merchandise, including jew
elry and household furniture, at his
salesroom at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Lust Quarter of the Moon on tho 12th lit llh.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
EBIDAY, OCT. 14, 1S92.
Fm day, Oct. 11.
Stinr W G Hall from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Kuala from Waianae and Waialua
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr W Q Hall C422 bags sugar, 242 bags
collee, 2.1 head cattle, 1 horse, 150 pkgq
Tho S. S. Manuel Dublan is ex
pected to leave Sau Diego on Mon
day noxt on an oxcursion to tho Ha
waiian Islands, touching first at
J. F. Morgan will hold an auction
sale of horses, mares and colts, somo
broken to harnoss, to-morrow at
noon, at tho roar of J. I. Dowsott's
ofiico, Quoon street.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W Q
Hall, Oct 14 W E Rowell, Mrs X O Haley,
Misses Haley, Mr Cockbum, Martin Lee,
DHHeleloa, RevVH Kitcat, H'O Per-
. kins, "A Eno3, Miss H Enos.
Vessels in Port.
Am bktno S X Castle, L H Hubbard, from
4-mnstcd schr Kobt Lewers, Goodman, from
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Am schr Mary Dodge, from Eureka, Oct. (i.
Am seh Qlcndiile, from Eureka, Oct. 0.
llr bk K P Hither, from Cardiif, Oct. 1.
JJIr Greta, from Newcastle, X S W.
Ger bk H Hackfold, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
The schooner Kauikeaouli is undergoing
a thorough course of repainting.
The steamer W. G. Hall arrived from
windward ports this afternoon.
The German bark J. C. Glade is discharg
ing her curgo slowly ut tho P.M.S.S. wharf.
LIXDLEY-ln Honolulu, October 14th, to
the wife ot Dr. 11. A. Lindlev a daughter.
A mandamus has boon issued by
tho Supremo Court against tho Collector-General
in favor of W. C.
Peacock & Co., for tho dolivery of
certain freight per bark J. C. Glade.
His Excollonoy A. S. Oleghorn,
Governor of Oaliu, accompanied by
Major J. W. Robertson, Her Maj
esty's Chamberlain, visited the U. S.
S. Alliance at 10 o'clock t his morn
ing. Men from tho U. S. cruiser Bos
ton have organized a baseball club
and begun practico on tho League
grounds. Thoy intend challenging
tho town-boys to a game in tho noar
Tho tug Elou wont out to-day to
scrape away a mound of sand to
complete the cutting away of tho
bar. J. Dyer superintended tho
oporation. A heavy raking niachino
Peter "Whitinarsh, tho industrious
canoe buildor, will complete tho con
struction of two of tho unest canoes
over made in tho islands noxt weok.
Several pooplo have visited his shop
noar tho fish market and admired
Tho Judiciary Committee of tho
Legislature hold a meeting at tho
ofiico of Hon. W. O. Smith last
night. It considered tho two Fire
Department bills referred to olso
whoro and agreed to report favor
ably on them with some amend
ments. J. Asch, Chief Engineer,
Hour' Smith, Secretary, and D. Lo
gan, of tho legislation committee of
tho Department, attended tho com
mittee and discussed tho bills with
A Japanese named Kimura turned
a Chinese store, owned by Ah Toi on
Maunakea street, upsido down, on
Wednesday. Kimura was under tho
influence of Japanese bug juico and
was evicted from tho store, when ho
started in to carvo a hole in tho
door. Seeing this was a tedious
oporation he smashed in tho win
dow. A policeman was called, but
was unable to take him, and sent to
the Station for assistance. Kimura
will offor his defense in the Police
Rainfall for September, 1802.
AVaiakea, Hilo, 50 elov
Pepeekeo, 100 elov
Honomu, 300 olev
Honomu, 050 elev
jiaKaiau, -Aw oiov..
Industrious Native Divers.
. .. 11.07
Laupahoohoe, 10 elev. 0.83
j.aupauoenoe, wo eiuv o.ii
Ookala, 400 elev 5.20
Paauhan, 300 elov 1.03
Honokau, 100 elev .'. 2.00
Kukuihaelo, 700 elev , 2.17
Xiulii, 200 elev. . 3.32
X. Kohala, 350 eluv. , 3.88
Waimea, 2730 elev 1.74
Holualoa, 1200 elev 3.00
Kealukokua, 1580 olev., (1.90
Xaalehu, 050 olev.
Volcano House, 4000 eiev
Olaa, 1850 elov
Volcano Itoad, 2500 olev., 7.01
1'oholki, 10 elov 5.73
Pohoiki, GOO elov , 0.13
Kapoho, 50 elev w 5.18
Paauilo, 760 olev , 3.03
Kahului, 12 elev 0.00
Waikopu, GOO elov 0.13
Kula, 4000 elev 2.87
Halcakala Kanoh, 2000 elev 0.20
Olowalu, lOelov .,, , 0.00
Kaanajiali, . . . .'
Mapulehu, 100 elev 1.10
Koole, 1G00 elov
l'anahou, 50 elev 1.31
Honolulu, 20 elev. 0.85
Kuiuok-auua, ou eiev
Makikl, 160 elov
Kapiolanl Park, 10 elev.....
Manoa, 100 elev
Manoa, H'd of al., 250 olev
Two native coal divers made S8
inside of an hour diving for bricks
winch had fallen into the sea while
being discharged from vessols at
Browor's wharf. They began diving
together at 11:30 o'clock and bobbed
up ovory two or three minutes with
four and sometimes livo bricks at a
time. Thoy said that tho bottom of
the soa was covered with broken
glass, and thoy had to pick tho
bricks up with caro. Inside of an
hour thoy had pilod on tho wharf
100 whole bricks and noarly 100
broken ones. At two cents apiece
their labors would bring over S3.
Thoy wont down again this aftor
noou after a little rest. The mou
say that it's bettor than working as
dock laborers. Thoy have boon div
ing for several months, either for
coal or bricks.
TnonsDAY, Oct. 13, 1802.
Tho Assembly re-convened at 1:10
o'clock and proceeded with tho con
sideration of section 0 of Bill 1)7, to
bolter define and declare tho prac
tico in trials by jury. After consider
able argument tho sect ion was finally
Tho rest of the bill was passed
with somo slight amendments.
Hop. Kanoalii said that it was
most necessary that tho bill bo ro
roforrod for translation. As it was
Ilawaiiaus could not understand it.
Rop. "Waipuilani favored ro-trans-lation;
this bill had boon translated
by somo lady (Mrs. J. E. Bush), and
sho had no Knowledge to assist her,
in tho uso of logal tonus at least,
and so had failed to niako an intel
ligible translation. The bill was
easily understandable in English but
in Hawaiian no member of tho bar
could make sense of it.
Rop. Smith said that he had had
considerable legislative experience
but had never known such a lot of
poor translations from English to
Hawaiian or Hawaiian to English.
Rop. Kanoalii agreed with Rop.
Smith; ho was of opinion that in-
compotont persons wore doing trans
lating and boing paid thorofor. It
looked as if tlioro was a ring in this
business of translating, and ho con
sidered that tho Committee on Ac
counts should compel somo of tiio
so-called translators to disgorge.
Bill was finally passed to engross
ment and for third reading on Tues
Bill 92, to encourage tho cultiva
tion of coffee and ramie, was brought
up, and a report of tho Coinmitteo
on Commeico was read in connec
tion therewith. Tho report recom
mended that tho bill bo tabled.
On motion tho bill and report wore
tabled until tho introducer (Noble
Thurston) was present.
Rop. Ashford, howover, by re
quest, amended lino 4 of the bill by
insorting tho word "exclusively," and
bill was then tabled pro tern.
Noblo Marsden from tho Toinpor
anco Committee roponed on bills 58
and 05, relating to tho granting of
liconses for tho salo of boors and
light wines, and presented a substi
tute bill No. G5a, which the- recom
mend to pass. Report tabled for
Rop. Smith, from tho Judiciary
Committee, prosonted reports on
several bills, viz.: Bill 83, relating to
tho appointment of a public admin
istrator. Tho coinmitteo consider
that there is much merit in tho bill,
but tho present is not an advisable
time to create tho ofiico. TI103 ro
cominond that tho bill bo tabled.
Report adopted. 2, Bill 158, relat
ing to tho establishment of bonded
warehouses. Tho committee report
that tlioro is no great necessity for
such warehouses and they recom
mend that tho bill bo tabled. Re
port tabled, on motion of Noble
Petorson, to await a minority report
which ho may bring in. 3, Bill 151,
authorizing tho Minister of Interior
to issue Royal I 'atoms for lands 111
certain cases. Tho coinmitteo ro
conunond that tho bill bo either
tabled or referred to tho Committee
on Public Lands. Report accepted
and bill tabled.
Minister Gulick stated that ho had
had communication with tho Survey
Department on tho same subioct
and had a bill prepared under their
advice which ho dosirod to present.
Bill received and referred to Min
ister of Interior.
Bill 181, relating to the medical
treatment of lepers, was road and
passed to engrossment and for third
reading On baturday.
Rop. Kamauoha dosirod to know
of tho Sanitary Coinmitteo what had
bocomo of the bills on vaccination.
Rop. Smith stated that work was
not yet ondod on those bills but it
soon would bo.
Noblo Potorson said that tho Houso
had arrivod at that stage in its busi
ness that there was nothing now be
fore them for consideration. Ho
considered that if opportunity was
given committees would moot and
act on some of tho man' bills now
awaiting action. Ho would move
adjournment, until next Moudaj.
Notices of meetings of tho follow
ing committees woro given for to
morrow, viz.: Financo, Sanitary,
Labor, Investigation of Marshal,
Constitution, Judiciarj and Horner's
Noblo Horner considered that
there would bo enough commitleo
reports on Saturday morning to give
tho Houso somothing to work on.
Ho favored Saturday for adjourn
ment to and so moved.
On motion tho Houso at 4:02 ad
journed until Monday noxt.
Served Thoir Yoar.
Two natives, Kaahuna and Kolii
kuowa,woro sentenced by tho Sup
remo Court on Oct. 11; 1801, to pay
a lino of $500 on conviction of vio
lating Chapter 41, Sect ion 3, Laws
01 lest), rolativo to gaming, viz., ciio
It being apparent to Fostor and
WHY YOl' SHOULD TAKE
J "WOKTIX A GUINEA A BOX."
A box of
Wilcox, .1., that they have no moans
to pay said fine, and thoy having
served one year's imprisonment, tho
prisoners woro discharged 111 the
Police Court to-day under Chapter
51 of tho Ponal Codo, which pro
vides that when any poor convict
shall have boon imprisoned for tho
space of one year for lino or for fino
and costs only, or for either of them,
any two magistrates may ordor such
convict to bo brought before them
for examination, and if upon en
quiry thpy shall bo satisfiod that
ho has not, since his conviction, had
any ostato, real or personal, with
which ho could havo paid tho sum
for which ho stood committed, and
that ho is hold for no other cause,
thoj ma' direct tho jailor or other
person having him in custody to
discharge such convict from prison.
Extra Mince Pies at tho "Elite."
Root Boor on draught at Benson
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for salo.
Ia)M of A
ami Vain in
, fSiUniXB.SicetUna nflmnenU.lHtxinrtms
1 ; ftrotrrfniv, flM 1V1UU, Ftmhing of
! fwif, 8hortnAi of llrrnth. (htitntr.Z
, ntotchrs on th Skin. 7iii-hmI Slren.
I n Mn rmlw tiawiiAtia I 4ataufiff sai n.l
ii,.. ";;""..." ;"".."' :..."- 1
(tiiun. uro rntnwv tunny mine a iif
) Covered with Tiiteleii and Soluble Coating
1 Oall ilmmm rrlex 2.1 crnt box.
, New York Dflpnt. Sa Cniml Ht.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COKXHR KOltT AND KING STItKKTS.
1LV1LY AND WnniCLY
3VE A. 3ESI .A- IE3 O
KOBABLY NO ONE WILL DISPUTE
fnut that a blind man cannot purcbaso as well
But a nurson may bo mentally
cally blind, and in neither instance is the judgment reliable.
Blindness prevents personal examination. Trne the sense
of touch of those deprived of sight is greatly exaggerated
and exceedingly delicate, so that they who see not are won
derfully acute in basing conclusions upon everything that
may be determined by the tactile sense. The mentally
blind are those who are not true to their best interests, who
are led away by literary pyrotechnics,
citly truthful themselves that they
tion the reliability of anyone's assertion. For the protec
tion of such as these, for our own protection as well, we ask
that you make a personal examination of anything advertised
as an " exceptional value" and see if the facts are as stated.
who are so imnli-
never for a moment ques-
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroot, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. SprockoU' Bank.
Leading Journah In tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has this I-urgcut Circulation on tint Ixlanils-
anil is the llust Medium for
Mil. Tiiok. K. NmtsNiKr, will receive all
nilvcrtNuiiiuuti iiuil transact all liusinoss
tp Otrivr: "llrcnig Hlock," corner
Xuuiiuu uiul Queen street (ui-tair.s).
Bill 1G5, relating to tho granting
of a Royal Patent to a cortaiu per
son on Hawaii, was taiton lrom tlie
Nuuunu, 50 eluv
Kuuonu, 250 elev
Xuuami, 403 elov
Nuuauu, 7H5 elov
Xuuami, Luaknlm, 850 oiov,
nuiieuuu, ill oiov .
Ahuimuiui, 350 elev 2.10
Kahuku, 25 elov 0.98
Wulauao, 15 elov. 1.00
Ewa Plantation, 00 elov 0.13
1'uuoa. 40 elov 1.01
King Street, K., 15 elov 0.1W
Insano Asylum 1.57
Mukaweli -.,.... 0 10
Kiluucu, ,. ., '.'.'.'.'.','.'. 3.87
Llhuo. 200 olev M1, , o.Dl
Haiinlel, ....... . , '.,' 14,01
Over from hint mouth, vU, for August:
Tho following will bo tho plaj'ors
and thoir respective positions in tho
baseball game botwoon tho How Do
Yon Likn Tt nnri U" Kiunohamohn
nines, Tho latter nine has been
materially strengthened by tho sign
ing of Mahuka to play shortstop.
Tho last game played by tlioso clubs
was a hotly-contosted 0110, and there
is ovory evidence of a repetition.
Tho How Do You Like It team has
boon hard at practico far tho paBt
U. P. lluvosky
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H.I). Y, L. 1.
, . j. Singer
Volcano Itoad, 2YX) oiov.
l'unahott, Jan. 1 to Sept. 80, 18!).'.
Normal amount for sumo period, ,
0. J. Lyons,
In Charge of Weather Service,
"SwcotH to tliostteot" I pon
Upon this candy-box.
And send It to the fairest, then,
Who breathes and walks.
"Sweets to tho sweet" I punned;
My fond heart almost stops.
O fool 1 to write her thus and send
Those lemon-drops I I'uck.
Persons troubled with chronic
diarrhoea should try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholora nntl Diarrha'a Re
medy. Many cases havo boon cured
by it after all else had failed and
Bkillod plrysioians woro powerless.
For salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
Judiciary Committee and roforred
to tho Minister of tho Interior.
Bill (55a, to license tho salo of light
wines, boors and ales of low alcoholic
strength, camo up on second reading.
Noblo Marsdon said that the bill
had too lately arrivod to havo given
opportunity for digestion of its con
touts by tho members, therefore he
was opposed to consideration of tho
bill to-day. Ho hoped thnt tho mem
bers would each take his copy of tho
bill homo and digest it most thor
oughly and bo prepared to consider
it on noxt Tuesday, to which day ho
would move consideration bo defer
On motion of Noblo Peterson the
bills reported printed this morning
woro taken up.
Bill 18'.), an act to validate mort
gages mid applying more particular
ly to tlioso of tho Oahu Railway Co.,
was road and, on motion, by a close
vote of 20 to 1!), consideration was
deferred until Monday next.
Bill MM, relating to road boards,
was read and roforred to tho Com
mittee 011 Public Lands,
33111 11)2, to oncourago tho niaiiu
faetuio of jams, jollies and fruit
syrups in tho Kingdom, To Coin
mitteo on Commerce.
Bill 103, (from tho Finance Coin
mitteo), to repeal tho Act placing an
internal revonuo tax on playing
cards. A report from tho Financo
Coinmitteo was icad in connection
therewith, tho majority favoring tho
passage of tho bill, tho minority op
posing. Minister Macfarlano stated that at
tho time of tho passage of tho other
lull ho was opposed to it although
llio former Minister of Financo look
ed upon it as a revonuo measure. Ho
believed tho bill was passed more in
tho way of a joko than anything olso.
On motion tho majority report of
tho coinmitteo was adopted, lull
passed to engrossment and ordered
for third reading 011 Tuesday noxt.
Rop, Smith under suspension of
the rules presented a report from
tho Judiciary Coinmitteo on Bill 132
rolativo to tho tralllo in Bpirituous
liquors. On account of absence of
tho Attornoy-Gonornl action was deferred.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
A Regan vapor launch will bo sold
at auction by J. F. Morgan on
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store formorly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovorin &
Bolster, Fort street.
Mochanico' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotol
stroot. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a weok.
For that full fooling after dinner
chow tho "Chuddy" gum. Tho best
gum out! For salo only at "Tho
Elite Ico Cream Parlors."
Chas. T. Gulick, Minister of tho
Interior, gives notice to-day in tho
oflicial column to holders of licousos
issued by his Department.
Jos. Tinkor is solo agent for tho
Hawaiian Islands of tho Union Gas
Engine Co., manufacturers of tho
Regan Vapor and Pacific gas onginos.
Tho findor of an India rubber coat
lost between Piikoi street and tho
Pacific Mail wharf will bo rewarded
by returning same to Captain Bab
cock. Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving instruction in private
Union Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated May 1(1, 1802.)
- MAN'UKACTUltnitS OP Tin; -
Regan Vapor Engines
Deliriously Flavored. A Perfect Liquid Dentifrice.
Preserves and Beautifies the Teeth Heals and
" , TCCTU hardens tno gums Leaves a reuesmng coolness in
FOR THE II CHI n' the mouth Imparts a delightful fragrance to the
breath. bcautituiiy put up. Convenient to use.
IMtM'i:, 3.1 !.? TN. HOI.II IIV IK IKiOIHTH.
PREPARED AND GUARANTEED BY E. W. HOYT A. CO., LOWELL, MASS.
Manufacturers of tho Celebrated llot's Cermnn Cologne.
Horizontal it Upright,
Stationary A. Marine,
Gas it Gasoline niiine,
l'ttiups it I.unnelieM.
518-tf Sole Agent for Hawaiian Island".
such a popular preparation, that it needs no praise from
us to prove its merits. This is bimply to inform you
that avc arc the Agents for Rlmjii-'oam, and.
can supply it in any quanjity.
PRICE SO OEHSTTS PER BOTTLE.. '
gJ0- LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TKAD12.
ITKOM THIS DATK 000 KIM KOOK.
. has been admitted as a I'.utner in the
linn of Wo Chung Wni at Kahili, Knnai.
Kahili, Kiinai, Sept. :w, lb'U. MU-'Jt
or 111 olasaus, JL roncli, hiiainsn aim
Latin. Kosidonco, Ahikoa street,
near tho Y. M. O. A.
Little Harry .Morritt, tho cele
brated boot poliHhor, has arrived
from tho Const and has resumed
liusinoss at the old Union stand,
Merchant street, and will bo glad
to see his old patrons.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
ko.u stroot; opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Ltitz. Ofiico hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 1,
and ovoninys 5 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll tolophono 197 ; Mutual 082.
HAWAI I AN' COUNCIL NO. (189, AM Klt
icim Legion of Honor, incots THIS
ii'Tulay) I'iVKMMl at 7:wi o'elooK, nt
Jlarniony Hall, King xtreot.
jiid. .11. u.vi.
rrUIIB MOItNINO ON THE HOAI)
X lrom rilknl street to tho l'aeille Mull
Dock, an ludlarnbhur Coat. A tmltuhlu
reward will ho given to tho findor if re
turned to Capt. llahcoek. 618-lt
Royal Hawaiian Opera House,
Under the Direction of Mr. L. J. Levey.
Tho .Musical livent ui tlio ear. As
Artist and Virtuoso stundH alone. .
Tho World-renowned Violinist.
ANNIK LOUIKIC TANNKK,
Tho (lifted Soprano.
Tho Distinguished l'lanint.
With tho AMii-tanco of tho
HOYAI. HAWAIIAN HAND
ONE G-RAND CONCERT
O OK Auour
OOTOBBR IS, 1888,
On arrival of S. S. "Mariposa" If Hitllloient
team are taken in advanee,
gf The Dox riim for Hcsorved HeaU
is now open lit L. J. Lovoy'w, and tickets
will he Issued only on arrivul of stoamor.
undi:hsioni:d has this day
houirht out the Chun Nam llakerv at
No. U Kekaullke street, and hereby gives
notice that he will not he responsible for
any debts owing hy said I'liun Nam.
Per U10 Chit Sam,
Honolulu, Sept. 1!7, IWU. KWS-'Jw
ri-WK UNI)i:itSrNi:i) hkuujiy
X gives notice that ho has bought tho
restaimint formerly owned by Uun Kau
and known as tho "Hay View lle-ort," and
ho hereby gives notice that ho will not he
responsible for anv of the debts of said
Lain Kau. l-ain Kau will -ign tho bill of
salo on October 10, lb!U.
Honolulu, Oct. !1, lb!- KlS-lw
BYVIUTUKOK A WltlT OK HXl'.CU
tion Issued out of the Supremo Court,
on tho AM day of July , A. I). IB:.', against
S. l'anhihl, 'defendant, in faor ot Ani.
nlaintill". for the sum of ll(l.(i"i with legal
interest thereon from aforesaid date, I have
levied upon and shall expose for salo at the
l'olico Station, in tho District of Honolulu,
Inland of Oahu, at VI o'clock of SATUR
DAY, tho AM day of October, A. I). 1W)J,
to the highest bidder, all the right, title
and interest of tho said S. I'aaluhi, defen
dant, In and to the following Property,
tiuloss mild judgment, inteiest, costs and
mv expenses bo previously paid.
List of I'rnpertv for Mile:
All the right, title and interest of said S.
I'aaluhi in and to tho-e Pieces and Parcels
of l.iiid situate in Palauia, described as
(1) 8-10) Acre being a part of A puna
Klmi of Koyal Patent 1WKI, S'o. i:i71, to Pa
liua; tho name promies being conveyed to
Louisa I'aaluhi, wife of said B. Paalu'hi, by
J. Alapai by deed dated April !!!. 18NI.
(-') 1-10 Acre being 'A of Allium UKnlil.
Itoyal I'atonl087, Laud Commission Award
No. llhH to Kelilpuealna; the same
nilses being convoked to
and H. I'aaluhi, liv ileed
dated March Ari, 1S10.
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - KCoiioltal-u., H. I.
o g .
S ICE3 CHESTS
White Mountain, Gem
M Automatic Ice Cream Freezers!
Cylinder & Barrel Churns.
of W. C. Aclii,
181U Llbur HSli
(Signed) CHAS. JJ
Honolulu, Sept. 'Jl, lN-
NOTIOU IS HLHKRY OIVKN THAT
Maufarlauo ,t Co., (LM), a Corpora
tion of limited liability, was orgimieil un
der tho Laws of this Kingdom on October
I. lb!U. Tho following Olllcers woro
II. It. Maofarlauo . President,
K. 0. Maofarlano Vice-President,
O, M.White Secretary it Treasurer,
I Wundenherg , Auditor.
Said Corporation has nciitilrcd tho wine
and spirit business heretofore carried on
hy Macfarlano .V Co. ut No. Vi Kuabuuiiiuii
street, In Honolulu, and will continue tho
same ut the same place. The assets and
liabilities of Maefarl.iuu k Co. have been
taken over and assumed by said Corpora
tion. CM. WHITi:,
Honolulu, Oct. 11, IbIIJ. ol.Vlw
rpiii: ANNUAL MKLTINC OK THD
J. Stockholder o( the Kohala Sugar Co.
will bo held at the olllco of Castle A
Cooke, 011 THUltSDAY, Oct. M, lb!).', at
10 o'clock a. M.
J. 11. ATHKHTO.V,
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening a Large Stock of
New Goods ! New Goods !
LATEST NOVELTIES !
rlfcy Just Roooivod per S. S. " Australia." -JIt
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
IIY LAST STLAMl'.K A 1TLI. LINK OK
BLACK QOODS I
.A.S FOLiLOWS :
lllacl, ('ashuiere I'J-inch wide, W) cents per
yard unil upw arils,
lllacl; India Lawn, lllack Kreneh Uiwn,
lllack Sattccn in l'lulii and Klgured,
lllack Calico in Plain and Klgured,
lllack, Cotton, Silk and Kid dloves in all
lllack Blockings for Ladles mid Children,
lllaok Silk Warii Ileurlcttit Cloths,
Kte., Ktc, Uto., Kto.
B, F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 Fort St,
IJEhsmBs&i fmfit Sj S"if sl I -i-,'j S S s i " 3 , v "v r t w i" t- ttatJik. 'iil ApBU