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IBB DAILY BULLETIN
SATURDAY, OCT. 22, 1892.
H M B Alameda,
Saiuiiiiay, Oct. 22.
Morse, from San Fran-
ii'o.T Sudoaml servant, Miis
n, Miss Turton, A M Vivier,
iniiiiiaiider W H Whiting,
ins and wife, HI Wflloy.
Saturday, Oct. :
Blmr C It Hishop for Kolou
Sehr Lavinla for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
It M S Alameda, Morse, for the Colonics,
ut 0 a in
Vessels Leaving Monday.
' Stmr O H llihop for Kaliukn, Wuiaimo
Stmr Mokolii for Molokni at 5 p m
Stmr "Wainianalo for Molokai and Maui
From San Vraiiclteo, per S S Alameda,
Oct 22 For Honolulu: Prof V D Alexan
ander, Iteginald allender, Mrs K S Ounha
and 2 children, T H Davies, J X Estep and
wife, Herbert 11 Oarstin, Miss V Gilliland,
Mrs High, Mrs O II Kingsloy, Miss Mary
Logan, Mrs C4 I) Lucy and child, M MeCor
riston, 1) McCorrihton, Miss S McCorris
ton, Mi-fsO JIcFadden, Sheldon Fainter,
Mrs Mary J. Porter and son, Mrs 8 M Itod
gers, FA. Sclinefcr, wifo and child, Miss
Schaefer, Mrs Schwabach, FO Stanert.Goo
Harrison and wii'o.T Sudonnd servant. Miss
flco Watt, Com
Miss Mornrio Wink. OI. "Win.it. WV li
Thompxon and 22 steerage. On at Hono
lulu: A It Parker and wife, J I) Stinibon.
For Auckland: Win Urownloe, Miss
llrownleo, T H Cockhin, James Forrest,
Mrs W F Hargrove, Bishop Luck and 10
steerage. For Sydney: C T Allcutt, wife
and 1 children, Mbs Allcutt, Itev Joseph
Austin. Mrs L N llrecd and maid, bir
ltodciick W Cameron mid vnlet, IJnnuan L
Cameron, I)r Anna Church, 1) H Detwiler,
Thus K Dowar, I. C 0, W H Douglas, Hov
H Hainford, S Uollin, Miss Ingriim, Miss
Alnry James, Itev flavin Lang, Chasl'ope
and wife, Clias Itogers, Miss Sarah Blun
ders, H H Schlapp, wife and 2 children,
Thos Steel and wile, Uev Jonathan Simp
.son, W V U Williams, fl T Wilson and
wife, P Wood, K Wtod and wife, TZeidler,
(I S (leorgo and wife, Uev Win Itoss and 21
Vessels in Port. ' ,
UBS Alliance, ltieh, from San Fianci:.cf
1-niasted tchr ltolit hewer, (Joodman, fiom
Am hk S C All'-'ii, Thompson, from ban
Am bktno Discovery, McNeil, from San
Clur bk J C (llacio, from Liverpool
Foreign Vessols Expected.
Mis hkt Morning Star, fiom Micronesia,
Haw bk Helen llrcver, from Glasgow,
Am sehr Mary Dodge, from Kiireka, Oct. (I.
Am sch Glendale, from Kureka, Oct. (I.
llr bk 11 P Kitliut, from Cardill", Oct. 1.
Ilk Greta, from Newcastle, N B W.
Ger bk H Hackfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Concort nt Ennun Square this
Tho "Wooing of Knaln" nt tho
Opora Houso this ovoning.
Tho Logislaturo will moot on
Mondny morning at 10 o'clock.
Tho famous opium case has again
boon remanded for ono month.
Purser J. 13. Sutton has the thanks
of the Bulletin for news favors.
Sovornl human skulls were un
earthed on Fort stroot j-estorday.
Mrs. B. S. Cunha is a passenger
by tho S. S. Alameda from a visit to
frionds in tho States.
Mr. F. A. Schaofor, Consul for
Italy, wifo and family returned by
tho Alameda to-daj.
Sovoral nativo Hawaiians returned
from tho Mormon Settlement in
Utah by tho Alameda to-day.
Prof. W. D. Alexander returned
from Port Townsond, via San Fran
cisco, by tho Alameda lo-tlay.
Commander "W. H. Whiting ar
rived on tho S. S. Alameda to relievo
Lieut. Commander Hieh of tho U. S.
Kaala and her comiianion will not
offend tho most fastidious tasto in
tho matter of dress. Bo sure and
seo hor at tho Opora House this
A special service for children and
young people will bo hold at tho Y.
Al. U. A. Hall to-morrow aiternoou
at 3 o'clock, conducted by Mr. Tlieo.
Tho U. S. Cruiser Charleston mot
with an accident iu San Diego by
striking on a sunken rock. Sho had
hor propeller blades bent and sides
Tho S. S. Alameda's sailing from
San Francisco was delayed from
Friday to Saturday afternoon on
account of tho delay of arrival of
the English mails.
J. F. Morgan will hold an auction
sale on Monday at his salesroom of
plantation stock, consisting of Jifty
eight and a half shares Waihee
Sugar Co.'s stock.
By tho Alameda 51,000 pineapple
plants arrived for tho Woodlawn
Fruit Co. and 23,000 for tho Poarl
City Fruit Co. Ton cases of plants
also camo by tho Mariposa from tho
Tho captain and ollicers of tho U.
S. cruiser San Francisco gave an "at
homo" on board that vessel on Oc
bor Gth, in honor of the merchants
of the city who presented tho cruiser
with a silver service set when she
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Snn 'Yrtiirwo, Oclobrr lo, prr
iu Mrs. Har
thnt she is
Sir Roderick W. Cameron is a
through passenger on tho S. S. Ala
meda for tho Colonies. Sir Roderick
is president of tho World's Fair
Commission for Now South Wales.
Ho is accompanied by his son, Dun
can Ewon Cameron.
Mr. T. H. Davies arrived on tho S.
S. Alameda to-day on a short visit.
Ho was hailed by tho loading part
ners in his house, Messrs. T. I?.
Walker and F. M. Swanzy, who took
a boat to meet tho steamer in tho
harbor. Mr. Davies looks well.
Capt. Orland H. Hoss, a cousin of
General Grant and a member of his
staff, died at Washing! on on thollth.
Mr. Blaine made an able speech to
an audience of Whitolnw J.eid's
friends at White Plain", "Now York.
Among other things ho said: "Gen
erally tho Administration in Presi
dential elections is challenged on
account of tho conditions of the
business of the country, and I sub
mit that tho Republican administra
tion of President Harrison can
triumphantly invito such a test."
Colonel Conger or Ohio, president
of tho American Tinplato Company,
spout a fortnight at Wales examin
ing the various tinplato plants, and
goes homo convinced that within
two years tho United States will
make all the tinplato required and
at a less cost than the average mar
ket price in tho last live years.
Henry Wattorson, editor of tho
Louisville Courier-Journal, was to
be tho orator at the dedication of
tho World's Fair buildings.
Tho World's Fair dedicatory exor
cises woro to bo hold in the Manu
factures' building. There would bo
seating capacity for 00,000 persons,
with scarcely ono-lhird of tho build
ing occupied for the purpose, so
that nearly 20!),(XX) persons would
find room in aisles and other parts
of the vast structure. Forty-seven
carloads of now chairs for the spec
tators have arrived. Tho electric
lighting facilities consist of 250 arc
lamps of 2000 caudlo-powor, each be
ing suspended from tho massive
roof. After .'tOOO tickets for tho
opening ball had been sold the sale
Tho steamer Montserrat reached
San Benito, Mexico, in safety with a
human cargo of about o00 bilbort
Islanders cm board. The trip will
net Uapt. lilackourn and Ins associ
ates in San Francisco 2."i,(KX). Tho
natives aro under contract to work
threo years on coll'ee plantations at
from S7 to .?10 a month and found.
Tho Columbus celebration in New
York on October 12 was a magnifi
cent ono. It is estimated there were
r0,000 men in the procession. The
day was celebrated in various cities
of Europe, iu Montreal and in Mel
bourne. Tho remittances to tho Union
Pacific ollico in Boston from tho
West the past month avoraged about
100,000 per day.
T. J. Nolton has obtained a ver
dict for .?20,000 damages against sev
eral citizens of Port Townsond, who
injured his credit by getting out re
quisition papers to bring him back
lrom Mexico, whoro ho was on a
Tho Alameda Oomos Into the Har
bor and Anchors off tho O. S. S.
Tho R. M. S. Alameda was tele
phoned off Wnimanalo at ',) o'clock
this morning. It was U:,10 o'clock
when Dr. G. Trousseau, port, physi
cian, boarded her off tho Boll buoy.
After lying to a few minutes the
Alameda was seen to steam ahead
into port. Crowds of people were on
tho dock, some eager to catch a
glimpse of their frionds and rela
tives, others curious onlookers. Pas
senger boats started out from tho
wliarl, and two uoats iroin mo war
ships, but when thoy neared the side
of tho stoamor thoy were told that
no one would bo allowed on board.
A yellow llag was run up to tho
maintop and an anchor was drop
ped, and tho vessel came to a stand
still near tho can buov olf tho O. S.
S. Co.'s dock. Those who had rela
tives on board held conversation
with tliom at a distance of a few
yards so uoar and yet so far. Haws
ers were thrown out from bow and
stem and mado fast to the wharf.
Tho Board of Health held a moot
ing this afternoon to decide whothor
tho steamer was to come alongsido
the wharf or not. She was allowed
to dock at 1 o'clock.
Extra Mince Pies at tho "Elite."
Root Beer on draught at Benson
Smith ii Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
After shaving uo Cucumber
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco 1)3 Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smit h ic Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
For island views and artistic photos
S: to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovorin &
olstor, Fort street. Amateur work
Cocktail mixers, platform scales
and filters aro the articles of special
mention by tho Hawaiian Hardware
Mechanics' Home, 59 and Gl Hotel
street. Lodging by da', week or
111011111250. and 50c. a night; SI
and SL25 a week.
Per Alameda Cainarinos' Refri
gerator containing a full supply stqi
ply of Ice House, fruits and vegeta
bles. Mutual Tel. 378.
' Prof. F. Lombard," A.B., will re
sume giving instruction in private
or in classes, l roncii, topauisn ami
Latin. Residence, Alakoa street,
near tho Y. M. C. A.
Little Harry Merritt, tho cele
brated boot polisher, has arrived
from tho Coast and has resumed
business at tho old Union stand,
Moiehnnt street, and will be glad
to seo his old patrons.
ST. ANDIICW's CATllElinAL.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Choir
notice, l'.lth Sunday after Trinity.
Holy communion (1:30 a. in.; morn
ing prayer and sermon 11 o'clock;
SECOND t'ONO lino ITION.
The services of the second coni
cation of St. Andrew's Cat hi
morrow will be as follows: 51: Ifi a. in.,
morning prayer with sermon; Venito
and Glorias to double chant; To
Deum, Hodges iu C major; Bene
dictua, to quadruple chant; hymns,
30(5 and 220; anthem, "Hear me,
when 1 call," by King Hall. 0:30 p.
in., evensong with sermon; Magni
ficat and Nunc Dimittis to double
chants; anthem, "O taste and see
how gracious the Lord is," by Sir
Arthur Sullivan; hymns, 2iK) and
231. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor.
All aro cordially invited to the.se ser
vices. ni:or.(i.Nizi:i ciiuneii.
Tho Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ will hold services to-morrow
in tho Mililani hall, near tho
Music Hall, as follows: Bible
class. 10 a. in.; Preachinir in Fnulish
and Hawaiian, 11 a.m.; Preaching
iu English, 7:30 p. 111. All are in
vited. CAT1IOL1U CATilUllllAL.
High Mass, 10 a. in.; Rosary and
catechism, 2 p. 111.; Sermon followed
by tho Benediction of thivlloly Sac
rament, 1:30 p. 111.
si:vi:ntii day advi:ntist.
Seventh Day Advontists will have
Bible meetings every Sunday even
ing, at the corner of Punchbowl and
Beret ania streets.
Evangelistic services will bo con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. iu Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
y. m. c. a. hall.
Evangelistic services in (he Y. M.
C. A. hall. (1:30 lo 7:15 p. in.
CIlNTIi.VL UNION C1IU1ICH.
Preaching by the Pastor at LI a.
m. and 7:30 p. m.
the use of liquors if you
IU GOODS YOIT HAVJfl BEEN WAITING FOR
and wliich wo liavu worn out typo tellin? you wo
expected, arrived ly tho above vessel 22 days from San
do not wish lo
slopped because you could not get the right sort of Coaic-
TAiii Mixkii. We have them now, the double shullle sort
and the Cocktail will be all the belter for being- mixed in it.
Pi.atkokm Scai.ks with 13a? attachments are new. with
us and are needed on sugar and rice plantations.
Gatk Citv Fiincits, the only means of purifying
water and ridding it of bacteria, microbes and mini, can be
had of us in
Fort Strcot, Honolulu, :
: : : Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
why Yor Kiiori.n takf.
; " WOBTH A GUINEA A EOX."
FALL SEASON 1892.
Choice Pattern Hats & Bonnets
bv Billy Andrews,
paced tho first heat in a froo-for-all
race at Terra Haute, Ind., on Sept.
29, in 2;01, lowering the pacing re
cord from 2:05.',, and equaling Nancy
Hanks' trotting record made tho day
before on tho samo track. Wonders
will never cease.
A Raymond excursion part will
leave San Francisco on tho steamer
Australia on March 15t)i, and remain
in tho islands five weeks. Mr. .1. J.
Williams has received particulars of
tho project od excursion from Mr.
Honrj' C. Lyon, the popular con
ductor of many previous visiting
Master Roe mot with a rather
sorious accident yesterday on Bere
tanin street near Thomas Square. He
was playing on the stieet when a
buggy came along. The driver was
unable to brine; tho hor.su to a slop
in time to avert knocking down the
lad. A wheel passed over him and a
gash was mado over his eye. The
boy was picked up and taken to u j
doctor, after whoso attention he is I
The Paradise of the Pacific was is
sued in time for this week's mail to
San Francisco. In recognition of
tho birthday just passed by Her
Royal Highness, a portrait of Prin
paro. On tho
Tlio Imrk Coylnn vun to leave Sun Friin
cisuo on Out. '1 for Honolulu with general
Thi) bark Coylon ami tho brig "W. O.
Irwin return to Honolulu with cargoes of
B. M. S. Alameda,
Tho R. M. S. Alameda sailed from
San Francisco on Oct. IFith, dis
charging pilot at 7:15 p. m. Stopped
for Honolulu pilot on Oct. 22d, at
10 a. m.. (J days. 17 hours and 17
minutes. Experienced strong West
and Northwest winds with a heavy
Northwest swoll thirty hours,
thonco niodorato N. E. and E, winds
with lino weather to port. Tho
Alameda will resuino hor voyago to
tho Colonies to-morrow morning at
A little boy of Mrs. McDonald's,
living near here, fell against a rod
hot stovo and was fearfully burnod.
'Plin ....I,, ,.... .....M.l.. ....,1 it ra
thought the burn was so severe as to
scar tho child for life. I sold the
lady a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, which, after greasiug tho sore,
she applied, It soon removed all
tho lire and eased the pain, and iu
ton days the boy was well, no trace
of the scar remaining. J. D. Mc
Laren, Keysport, Clinton county, 111.
For Bale by all dealers. Bonson,
Smith ii Co., Agents for the Hawai
decorates the first
inside miton facing
each other are pictures of tho Bishop
mansion and an oldtime grass House
of royalty. Tho pictures aro all bet
tor printed than forniorly. A good
varioty of items and articles form
tho reading matter.
The mandamus against tho Collector-General
of Customs sued out by
W. O. Peacock & Co. was heard bo
fore tho full bonch to-da3'. It was
to compel the delivery of goods from
tho Custom Houso warehouse. De
li vory was refused because tho
freight was not paid. Tho goods
wore imported in tlio diuk i. u.
Glado, whoso captain stored t hum
in the place mentioned to secure the
freight, A decision was rendered
against the plnintilfs, dismissing tho
writ. Whiting and Brown appeared
for the writ; Hatch for thoCollee-tor-Gonoral.
Renan, tho famous author, died at
Paris on October 2.
Tlioro is much feeling in England
over tho absenco of any representa
tive of the royal family from the
funeral of Tennyson, the dead poet
laureate. Tho Prince of Wales
stay ed away lo attend tho
Nowmarket traces. Gladstone was
absent under tho plea of pressure of
work, and the excuse of his support -eis
is that ho might havo caught
severe cold in Westminster Abbey.
Tho Glndstoninus feel keenly tho
loss of their first soat since the gen
eral olectiou. Colonel Master, Con
servative, defeated Lawson, Glad
htonian, in the previously Liberal
constituency of the Cirencester divi
sion of Gloucestershire.
Cattlo breeders iu England want a
bill to quarantine all foreign live
stock except such as are intended
for slaughter. The movement is
chiefly directed against the admis
sion of American stock cattle.
A manifesto has been issued call
ing upon the workmen who aio out
of employment to march in proces
sion behind the Lord MnjorV. show
on Novomhor 0, and afterward to
force their way into Trafalgar square
for t he purpose of holding a meet
ing there to give formal expression
to the demand for work or bread.
Andrew Carnegie, the rich iron
man, is on tho continent to secure
quiet and work on his new book on
industrial questions. Referring to
the business prosnncts of England
Carnegie said: "Tlio outlook is dark.
Look where you will, tlioro is but
one truly prosperous country in tho
world and that is tho United States.
God bless her, sho deserves it."
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
kea street, opposito tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied l3 Dr.
Lutz. Office hours, .) to 12, 2 to 1,
and evenings 6 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1 .
Boll telephone 197 ; Mutual 082.
. -.. . mm . -- j
' ! in the family nre more oft-n the reiu'i of J
Tho dress rohoarsal of the now
Hawaiian play, "Tho Wooing of
Kuala," took place last night before
a few privileged persons and was
thoroughly appreciated by thoso
present. Too much praise cannot
bo given to Mr. Crowloy for tho dif
ficult undertaking ho has so well ac
complished, ospoeially when it is
I considered that this is the first at.-
tempt to form a company out of
purely native material, and, lo judge
j from last night, great results may be
i looked for in tho future.
i Tho ease and self possession for
' which tho Hawaiian is proverbial
stands him in good stead on this
i occasion, and there is throughout
! neither constraint nor hesitation. It
' is to bo hoped that the community
i will show its appreciation of Mr.
, Crowley's enterprise by giving him a
good house to-night, "for the least
j that is owed to such a praisowoif hy
effort is this encouragement.
, disordered (ttgvrtl0nm most p np'c l:now,
:: E2KESfRs3 k R3 J
O UJ B-, L taff
r...fl A-.-A .- .. ?
st' kttt teace in a ,
family, by curing
i " "" rnifii iiciricii?i ,
i1 Weak Nloiuitdii Jmikalrod IXccstl.in
1 ! UUurdrrctl I. Ivor, Cmitlimtluii ontl
ull Iftllloiia and KcrvoitM I9orUura:
tit-Ulna from these cmiic. i
; Co to re. I it I th a Tntitelcrt A. Soluble Coat In?, j
( Otalliru:.'KlMs. men sn routs n bux.
' New York Donot, 3fi f'annl M.
( ffr V VU0
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COKNKIt KOllT AN'n KIN'd STKKKTS.
THE PIN PUZZLE
There is n new l'ir'lo out. This liino-rcnl-loiiMup
hrutn tormentor i"" ullcil tin1
I'in l'uzilu, mid anybody uiiii mukii one for
himself wilh a bit of u.inernin! noiicil ami
1 sit f tin-', lloro is tlm diagram :
DIllKOT VltOM 1'AltlS AND
Oix T-u-esd-asr 7 Oot- 18
AND FOLLOWING DAYS.
l&- ISSI'KCTIOX SOI.N'lTT.n. -1
104 ir"ort, Street, Honolulu.
Tho Hawaiian Isloa.
The Hawaiian ship Hawaiian Isles,
concerning which anxiety was felt,
and for which 50 peicent was paid
for re-insurance, arrived at San
Francisco after a long passage of
180 days from Swansea. Following
is tho memorandum of hor voyage:
Sailed from Swansea April 7th;
crossed tho equator May 1st, in Ion.
I 28 ; thence had light, head winds
to Int. 10 b.; from June mil. to hit
Oficr of l. If. l'.uriiliinii, Chiff uf Cuimlnirtion, Worlil'tl
C:lnmliiiiu Kjmiitiou, It. ft Tim Hool.rry, (Hi.'ciuju. )
The object Is to Mick nl. jiins on
.six of the lilaek iloU in Mich a milli
ner that no two liins xhall be on the
KiMiw. lltui. ilt her hmimilal. vertieitl or
ir . .".
M. A. SHU I) 1)1! V 1'I.ATK
ilfoi 0, l,W-i.
SI. An if i'i. Mo. '
nrrireil rmj prowplbj. I'li-iivif'accepl
A young native lad narrowly es
caped being crushed this morning
by a heavy, lumbering wagon, driven
by a Chinaman, Tho boy was rid
ing a bicycle on tho stroot when the
wagon came nlong. Owing to tho
clumsy way the Chinaman handled
tho reins, tho horse jerked tho
wagon out of a straight course,
when it caught the bicycle and mi
soated the rider. Tho boy light ec
At Fnn-chon, -100
kow, on the Han riv
nurinir to an awful
dreds aro dying daily; so evilly dis
posed persons, haters of foreigners,
have fqircad tho malicious report
that some Chinese aro traveling
round, in tho pay of tho ICuropeans,
poisoning all the wells and. the
rivers: hence the
deaths. Consequently all strangers
are put in prison, and many havo
had their heads cut oil' and entrails
and hearts thrown into the river to
propitiate the river god.
The South Australian Ministry has
resigned on account of defeat on its
Tainarnno, chief of the Longheos,
iu a two-nnd-a-linlf-inile sculling
race at Victoria, defeated Alex. Mc
Lean with considerable oaso Jiy ten
from thonco had fresh westerly wind
to Aug. 2d, lat.l80S. Ion. 10ti 12.;
from thonco to port niodorato and
c 1....1 -i-,,.... i,...,,i ,:.wl.j .!....;.., A Itlwmi'li 11. iniiv he illlllciilt lo work out
, , ,, 1, II, J nlrl l,n rn f. , UiIh l'uze, still there is no .llllle.ilty ill iiil-
miles from Han- which hail niKlsliip house and fore- (jowtiimlliiKoriiiijiiccliiiiiiB tho l'ohVios is-
vor, tho cholera is castle washed out on Juno 0th; con- , BUl(,i ,V the i:mHTAIH.K 1.1 m A8SUK-
extent and hun- I t'luded to make tho eastern passage; AXfU'lKOt'IOTV. Thoi aro clear, buxlnos--
linU t'ljurin; hum mini'Mi
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWIUGUr,
(ienural AgcnlH for Hawaiian Islamic,
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
awful number of diarrho'n should try
with chronic '
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea lie- I
Hied'. Many cases navo noon eureu i
by it after all else had failed and i
skilled physicians woro powerless. ,
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith ii Co., Agents for the Hawai
.1; lii-t arurrjiir i ttitrx
llittlll; for lifiiKJ mi prompt.
t whli to aii.-, Hint I (im uxhiH your Plntr I'jrhixivihj for fl
work dour on llitxr around for tlir offwitil record of count ruction. ,
Ofcourxr comment by me un to the jood ounlitie of the Seed
Plate are entirely unnecessary.
c. n. Atixou),
The Seed Plates
fir A.K.E FOR SALE 03STX.Y BY
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street,
Honolulu, H. I.
on tho wagon Shalt ami
till tho nag was stopped,
blow on the head, raising
rode on it
Ho got a
Tho Hoyal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
give a concert this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at -1:110
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March -l'lineosd Knlulaul Henjor
Overture Tancrcdi. . ltosslni
Kinalu HolUaiio Donizetti
llemlnifcenceHOf Venll . Godfrey
Cuviitlna Tho Martyrs. DonuetU
OiiYOtto Soft Olunces. Jsuvaux
CORPORATION NOTICE. i
-VTOTH'B IB HlJltnUY CIIVKN THAT
IN Maefarlano & Co., (I.M), a Coriiora
tion of limited liability, was organized un
der tho I.HWH of tliiri Kingdom on October
I IMKi. The following Ollicers weie
H. It. Macfiirlane . 1'ronldent,
I K. 0. Macfarhum Vice-President,
, 0. M. White Secretary ,t TieaHiircr,
V. Wundenburg . Auditor.
i Said Corporation has uunii red the wine
and spirit biiBluess heretofore carried on
by Macfarlanu ,r Co. at No. 12 Kaaliiiimiuu
Htreet, in Honolulu, and will continue tho
bame at tho ame place. '1 ho limits and
liabilities of Maefarlano ,v Co. Iiuvo been
i taken over and assumed hy until t ororo.
tlon. C, M. WlllTb,
j Honolulu, Oct, 11, 1KB. 5'w
- AGENTS FOR
New England Mutual Llfo Insurance Co,,
AUna Fire Insurance Co.,
Union Insurance Co,,
OV BAN KHANOISCO, OAb.
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
HY LAST BTKAMKlt A KUI.b LINK OK
LEWERS & COOKE,
Iniriiitrnn ami Dimi.kih in l.iiMunt and
AM. KINHS OF HlMMII.NO MaTMUAIJ),
Kort Street, Honolulu,
lllack Caxhiueru I'J-iueh wide, (VJ cents per
yard and unwinds,
lllack India l.awn. Hlaek Kruuch Uinu.
lllack Sattccn in l'lalu and Figured, '
lllack Calico in l'laiu and Figured.
lllack, Cotton, Silk and Kid Oloveit In till
lllack Stockings for.Uidies and Children.
Hlack Silk Warn lleurieltu Cloths,
Klc, l'tc, Ktc, Klc.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
, A.ia, tt-kittmidia .