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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2G, 1892.
Hawaiian bk Lcahi
Wkhnesiuy, Oct. 1!J.
Am bktne Skagit, Robinson, ''l days from
Schr Kauikeaouli from Kohala
TursiiAY, Oct. 23.
Jlawn l)k Lcahi for Kahului
Wkiwesiiay, Oct. 2.
Stmr I'clu for 'Waimea and Makaweli
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Oct 25
Hon A S Wilcox, S V Wilcox, M Holmes,
Col Z S Spalding, II von Holt, Sir Hryant,
H Hester, Miss Lucy Aukai, W K Rowell.
For Haiti and Hawaii, per stmr Claudino,
Oct 25 dipt Ahlborn and family, A Moore
and wife, Mr Watt and wife, Mrs Porter
and son, A 15 Loebenstcin, J 8 Svlva, C E
Coe, Mrs Noonarr, Hon II 1 Baldwin, Mr
Estep and wife, J K Uorba, S M Kaaukai,
Jno Crowder, lion W Q Irwin, Hon G ,
Wilcox, Hon W O Smith, Hon .It I) Wal
bridge, Mr Ohrt and son, E D Baldwin,
.Hon K M Koahou.
The steamer Kinau is expertod from
Maul and Hawaii on Saturday.
The steamer W. O. Hall will leave again
on Friday morning for windward ports.
. Thu steamer I'elu left this afternoon for
Makaweli and Waimea with coal and ma
chinery. Tho schooner Aloha linished discharging
to-day. She is expected to be liauleu on
the Marino Itnilwuy to-morrow.
Tho American barkentino Skagit, Itobin
son master, arrived oil' port this afternoon,
21 days from Port (Iambic, lumbor laden.
Extra Miaco Pios at tho "Elite."
Htdl's Safes aro considered tho
Hoot Boor on draught at Benson
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy lias lots on Liliha
st root for salo.
After shaving tiso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn rolioved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
stroot, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha unitary, bovonn &
Bolster, Fort stroot. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotel
stroot. Lodging by day, week or
month 2oc. and f()o. a night; $1
and 31,i a week.
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin, Residence, Alakea street,
near tho Y. M. C. A.
Little Harry Morritt, tho cele
brated boot polisher, has arrived
from tho Coast and has resumed
business at tho old Union stand,
Merchant stroot, and will bo glad
to soo his old patrons.
Dr. McLonnan has removed to Ala
kea stroot, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Oilico hours, '.) to 12, 2 to -J,
and evenings G to 7 j Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll tolophono 197 ; Mutual G82.
Per Alameda, arrived Oct. 22d,
Camarinos' Jtofrigorotor, containing
a full supply pf Ico House Fruits,
Vogotablos, etc., Pears, Plums, To
kay, Muscat and Black Grapes, Ap
plos, Frozen Oysters, Colory, CaulU
ilower, Eggs and Poultry.
" IN -
Among tho iucideuts of childhood
that stand out in bold relief, as our
memory reverts to tho days when wo
were young, none aro more promi
nent than severe sickness. Tho
young mother vividly remembers
that it was Chamberlain's Cough
Koinody cured hor of croup, and in
turn uduiinistors it to hor own off
spring and always with tho best re
sults. For salo by all doalors. Ben
son, Smith A: Co., Agents for tho
LOCAL AND GENERAL 'NEWS.
A now Aschorborg upright piano
is for salo by Jas. P. Morgan.
Questions for careful buyers will
bo found in tho spaco of N. S. Sachs.
Tho S. S. Australia is expected to
lcnvo San Francisco k)-day for Hono
lulu. Japanese barber shops aro as plen
tiful now as hungry politicians on
Six honorablo members of tho
Legislature loft for a Hying visit to
their homes 3'ostorday.
Financial exports aro hard at work
in tho Tax Assessor's oflice. Car
pontors aro working on alterations
in tho same placo.
Mr. N. ! Burgess supplied Undo
Sam's boys with Seventh Day Ad
vontist literature to-day, after thoy
returned from drill.
. party was invon
of Mr. J. F. Brown, War
lulu, last ovening. Tho
club was in attendance.
Tho Misses Lucy and May Ward
and E. Ladd returned yoslorday on
tho steamer W. G. Hall from a short
vacation at Kona, Hawaii.
Tho historical safe of tho late Tax
Assessor was romoved from the Ka
puaiwa building this afternoon by
Hustaco & Co., draymen.
The land made from dredgings
within tho past fow years on tho
Esplanade is now clothed with a
luxuriant growtli of algoroba trees.
The choir of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral will meet this ovoning for re
hearsal at 7:30 o'clock at the resi
dence of Mrs. Ward, old plantation.
Miss L. Aukai, a senior member of
tho Kawaiahao Seminary, loft on tho
steamer Iwalani yesterday to assume
a position in tho Auahola School,
Tho Hospital Flower Society will
hold a meeting at tho Y. M. C A. on
Friday afternoon at -1 o'clock. All
friends of tho society aro invited to
Tho band concert at the Hawaiian
Hotel this ovoning promises to bo a
grand affair. Tho solos, with tho
exception of-ono pieco, will bo de
livered by different players.
Tho "Wooing of Kaala" will bo
presented on tho boards of tho Opera
House Saturday ovoning for the
second time. From present indica
tions a crowdod house will greet t ho
Tho debating club will meet next
Tuesday ovening at Qucon Emma
h'all. Tho subject for discussion will
bo, "Is it proper that a minister of
tho gospol should bo a member of
Tho trial of Charles Leonard,
charged with roomng a woman on
Monday night, was postponed in the
Police Court until to-morrow.
Leonard is more peculiarly known
as " Charley tho Sport."
Tho Gorman steamer Totartos
lately arrived at Now York from tho
Philippine Islands with nearly all of
hor crew, composed of Chinese, down
with bori-bori, a disease not uncom
mon among Chinese in tho Hawaiian
Tho battalion of sailors and ma
rines from tho U. S. cruiser Boston
marched out for drill to the Plains
this morning on Borotauia street, re
turning by King, Merchant, Fort
and Queen streets, making a nice
little circuit of the town.
J. W. Gibbs waived examination
in tho Police Court, this morning
and was committed for trial to the
Supremo Court. Gibbs is charged
with an attempt to assault Hon. ll.
W. Wilcox with a deadly weapon.
Tho courtroom was tilled witli Gibb's
many frionds, who were eager to see
how tho "machine" would stand
Serious results from a runaway
wore averted this morning by prompt
action. A tramcar was coming into
town, when, near Palace Square, tho
double team hitched to tho car
somohow got loose and broke away
with tho heavy trace-bars dangling
behind them. Tho horses tore along
at a galloping pace with tho bars
swinging about so as to imperil any
body who might have boon in the
way. Tho horses, however, wore soon
Tho Hawaiian bark Lcahi, former
ly tho J. J. Lot?., arrived oil' port
yesterday ovoning. Tho Loahi was
from Doparturo Bay with coal for
Kahului, and in accordance with the
cholera precaution regulations had
called horo after being refused entry
at Kahului. Tho steamer Claudino,
which loft last ovoning, was to have
signaled tho bark that tho embargo
had been raised, and it is presumed
that tho message was delivered, as
tho bark was soon to clear away in
tho wake of tho steamer.
Tho Koyal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. J I, Borgor, loader, will
givoacoucort this ovening at tho Ha
waiian Hotel, commencing at 7:!U)
o'clock. Following is the program:
Overture Maritanii Wallace
Flute Solo You'll Remember Mo, now
li-Clnrionet Solo Through Forest and
Meadows, now ... Foreith
Baxoniionu Solo Long, Iong Ago, new
Oiwl Nuni. Hole Waimea. Lihi Kill o
(Solo bung by Solomon Hiram,)
H-Clarionet Solo -Scones that are
llrlghtest, new lliooks
Charles ralikapu. I
Rasioou Solo Passing Cfouds, now '
. Williams I
Cornet Solo From the .Mountain High. I
new .... jlulieni 1
Robert Kaimii. '
Reminiscences of Olfenbach Coiir.ldi
Subscribe fur the Daily llttlletin, 00
tgnts per 'month.
THE KONA TRAGEDY.
What tho Inquest and tho Post Mor
A coroner's inquest was hold on
Oct. 1th to onquiro into tho myster
ious ending of Mrs. Costa's sister at
Kainalii, Kona, Hawaii. Tho evi
dence taken was about tho samo as
tho information published by tho
Mr. Costa stated thai ho had
quarreled with tho girl about hor
being out in t lie rain, and she had
answered "no pilikia." That was
tho only diirerenco thov had had. In
tho middle of tho niht ho heard
hor crying out, "Papa? Papa." He
entered tlio room and lit a lamp, and
in answer to his question sho said
she wanted nothing. Whon ho wont
to her room next morning ho found
hor lying on tho bed stilF and dead.
Tho floor was soiled with vomit.
Tho jury returned a verdict that
death was from strangulation, ac
cording to tho evidence of tliedoctor.
A post mortem examination was
hold on tho body of Barbara Sophie
Kittloi-en by Dr. K. B. Williams on
Oct. !)th in tho presence of tho Sho
riir of Hawaii, Sam Hall, Gilbert
Hall, i. Wassmtm and others. The
face, neck and scalp showed un
mistakable evidence of death by
strangulation, being shown by the
dark appearance of the skin. There
wore bruises on the right side of the
abdomen about the size of an adult
hand; also on right thigh.
Tho package containing tho inter
nal organs of tho deceased was
handed over to Prof. A. B. Lyons
for analysis and after examination
Mr. Lyons forwarded tho following
J. A. Mi:iihti:n; Deputy Marshal of
tho Hawaiian Kingdom:
Dear .SV: 1 have embodied in the
accompanying letter addressed to
Dr. Williams tho facts ascertained in
tho examination just made of tho
stomach placed in my hands last
week. I found in tho .stomach ar
senic in large quantity -sulliciont to
have caused death had it been loft
lo finish its work. Tho clothing I
take to have been soiled by matter
ejected in vomiting, but liavo not
thought necessary to make 11113' ex
tended touts since the presence of
poison in tho stomach is so abund
antly demonstrated. I return to
your custody the articles examined,
together with a portion of tho ar
sonic separated, reserving in my own
possession also a portion of tho lat
ter. A. i. Lyons,
A Sly Son of Ham Soils Tickets for
a Freo Lunu.
Thoro will be a luau on a grand
scale at Waikiki this ovoning. It is
given l3' K. Koiki in honor of tho
birthday of his child. Tickets have
boon issued gratis to a largo num
ber of friends. An old "hand" pro
cured a largo number of tho tickets
and wont around selling them for
what ho could got. B3' this means
not a few were taken in. A number
of women in tho vicinity of tho Kau
makapili church, through tho scheme
of this tricly son of Ham, have been
rolioved of half dollars and quarters.
This morning a man who had boon
given a ticket 13' the host himself
was visiting a friend at Kaumaka
pili, when during conversation it
leaked out about tho ticket selling
transactions. Oh, what a fall was
there! If those women could 011I3
have got hold of that, man he would
have been tarred and feathered in
Tho following probate
hoard l3' Chief Justice Judd 3'ostor
dav: Estate W. P. Kohalo. Ordered
that tho accounts. of W. O. Smith,
executor, bo approved.
Guardianship of Uamauku, minor.
Ordered that the accounts of W. O.
Smith, guardian, be approved.
Estate of Wofington Kendall.
Ordered that, the account of W. C.
Parke, administrator, bo allowed and
passed, and tho administrator bo
discharged on his filing receipt of
the heirs lor the fund 111 court.
Judge Bickorton lias granted tho
Isabella A. Gonsalves from Aug
usto F. Gonsalves, 011 the ground of
cruelty. Tho cross suit was dismiss
ed. George Tilibati fw.) from Clias.
Seward, on tho ground of failure to
Tho jury in the damage case of
M. W. McChesnoy & Sous vs. Wil
der's Steamship Company, after an
hour's absence, reported hopeless
disagreement and wore discharged.
Joseph Lazarus vs. J, IS. Gomes
was going to tho jury this afternoon.
It is an assumpsit appeal by the de-
fondant from Judge Dole in Cham-
linrs. I'oni'nriiiinr n iiinf.ii nf imvolrv
a gold bracelet--hold 113" defend
ant to plaintitr, but claimed by tiio
latter to be of base material for tho
price, Thurston & Froar for plnin
tiir; Hatch for defendant.
Judge Bickorton will try Hawai
ian jury cases to-morrow, while
Chief Justice Judd will continue tho
hearing of foreign jury cases.
"Wooing of Ktiala."
By gonural rcquosl Mr. Crowloy
litis (k'cidi'd on Saturday noxt us thu
(Into of tho final imrfnnnaiico of tho
Hawaiian Dramatic Company, in
btowl of Thursday as boforo an
noiiucod. This is intended as a final
porformaiico previous to leaving on
tho noxt Australia. Thoontiro por
formant'o will ho by llawaiiaus now
tableaux- now nongn no waits bo-,
twoou tho acts. Tho tiuknts aro soil
ing rapidly. .Socuro your seats at
I'oiftons troubled with ohrouiu
diarrho'a should try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera anil Diarrhusa Uo
medy. Many easc.i havo been cured
by it after all else had failed and
sullied physicians woro powerless.
For salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
NEW TRIAD ORDERED.
Upsetting of a Jury's Verdict AgahiBt
A decision of tho Supremo Court
in banco 113 Justice- Bickorton, Chief
Justice- iludd nssouting, lias been
rondored in tho trespass case of Ka
nainu (w.) vs. O. B. Wilson, Marshal
of tho Kingdom. It was on an ap
peal from a decision of the Chief
Just ico, granting a motion for a new
trial on tho ground that there was
no ovidonco to support tho verdict.
Tho jur3' had rondored a unanimous
verdict for tho plaintiff, assessing
damages at .?37r, The following
s3'iiopsis givos a general idea of tho
case and tho decision:
"A man claiming to bo the father
of a certain child complained to tho
Marshal that a native man was going
to tako his child to Kauai. Tho
Marshal directed a police ofllcor to
go to tho wharf to prevent any dis
turbance and. if tho matter could
not bo settled there, to bring tho
parties up to tho station to settle it,
but did not order the arrest or de
tent ion of aii3-one. Tho oilico brought
a woman, tho child and others to the
station house, wlioro thoy remained
until the Marshal came in.
"Tho woman brought an action of
trespass against tho Marshal, and
tho jur3 rendered a voidict for tho
"Hold, that tho Marshal was not
liable, thoro being no sulliciont evi
dence that lie ordered tho police
ollicor to arrest the woman or to do
tain her at the station liouso.
"Hold, that tho Marshal is only
liable for the acts of his deputies."
Tho Court over-rules the excep
tions and orders a now trial upon
tho ground that there is not sulli
ciont ovidonco to support the ver
dict. Justice Dole renders a dissenting
opinion. Ho holds there is consider
able ovidonco to the elTect that the
Marshal authorized the unwarrant
ed arrest of someone, a native man,
supposed to bo in possession of the
child; also that when tho Marshal
came to tho Station and saw the
parties thoro ho detained the plain
tiff for some time. Ho concludes
that thoro was suhstautiil evidence
upon all of certain points cited,
and, tho jur3 having found for tho
plaintitr, this Court may not disturb
A little b(3' of Mrs. McDonald's,
living near horo, foil against a rod
hot. stove and was foarfulh; burned.
The pain was terrible, and it was
thought the burn was so severe as to
scar tho child for life. Isold the
lady a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, which, after greasing the sore,
sho applied. It soon removed all
tho tiro and eased tho pain, and in
Ion days tho bt3' was well, no trace
of tho scar remaining. J. D. Mc
Laren, Ko3'sporl, Clinton count y, 111.
For salo 13' all dealers. Bonson,
Smith fc Co., Agents for the Hawai
NEW PIANO FOR SALE !
- A FINE INSTRUMENT.
W Apply to
.IAS. F. MORGAN,
To Let or Leaso.
trullv located. Inquire at
ltui.ixriN Olllce. JWI-tf
HOUSE TO LET.
street, opposite Clov
ernmeut Ituildiug. Inquire
at ('. (lerU's Shoe Store.
aum street, op
posite l'ort stieet church.
Apply 10 n. 1. 1,11,1,11
At Theo. H. Davit's it Co.
NKW HOUSK OF l-'IVK
rooms, on Miiga.iue
j street, with Ilathioom, pat
ent v. 0 etc. Commands
1 one of the linest views In Honolulu. Apply
to (177-U) .1. M. VIVAB,
COTTA(H) ON NUTANU
street, No. liXJ, Six Rooms
11 llatlirniiiii. Outhouses.
, .III III i.ilmi iri.llll, 4.1 Ml .. V",
..!! 1,. ..,.,..1 ..-.li.- Iln.. ,,,K' afl tll-
eluding water rales. Also a ( ottagu 111 1110
rear of above, at $12. Apply at this olllce.
JL retaiiiii street No, 'M,
' northwest corner 011 mtuikii
! sido of road, containing fi
Rooms, besides Bathroom, Kitchen, Pan
Triimwiiv cars missing. A
Jl. W. SCHMIDT it Si
A NICK COTTAOK ON
llert'taula street, near
I'iikol street, containing
l'arlor, 'I itedrooiiis, llatli
room, Diiiingroom, I'antry
Servant's room. Ciirriuuu House. Stable, etc,
Trumi'tiiH pass every 'M minutes. Apply at
olllce of this paper. 15-j-tf
FOR SALE or X.EASE
X Promises lately oceu-
iled by Mr. K. Kuhr, will
tin for stile or lease at rea
sonable price or rental. '1 hu (irouiuls con
tain a variety of Kruit and Ornamental
Trees, Tho Commodious Dwelling is well
furiiidhed with modern improvements and
conveniences. Roomy Barn and a'.'-Rooin
Cottage for servants. Kor further ; purlieu-
I lnrs nin.lv In JOHN KNA.
Olllce liiter-Island Steam Navigation
Has removed to Dr. tootu's premises and
oilico, corner of l'unehbowl and llero-
tiiliia streets, during his absence,
,. iKromUtu 11:30 A. M.;
Vita Oil is the Best Liniment !
HOintON, NTAVMAN A. CO., Agi'iil-,
WHY YOF SHOP I D TAKK
, WORTH A GUINEA A DOX." $
; Disordered Liver, etc.
, : They Act Like Magic on the Vital OrijaiK,
I Regulating the Secretions, restoring long
! 1 lost Complexion, bringing back the Keen
'F.ilgeof Appetite, anil arousing with the
I- ROSEBUD OF HEAITH the whole physical
; I energy of the human frame. These Facts j
! ' are admitted bjr thousands, in all classes of 2
; , aoucty. largest bale in tnc world.
' Covered with a Tatteleta & Bolabla Coating.
. Of all druggists. Price 25 cents a Dox.
Hobron, Newman & Go.
CORN Kit 1'ORT AND KIN'd STRBKTS.
THE PIN PUZZLE
There is a new l'uzzle out. This inno-ceiit-looljing
brain tiiriuentor is called the
I'in l'uzlu, and anybody can make ono for
hiniH'lf with a bit of paper and pencil and
six pins. Here is tho diagram:
The object is to stick i. pins on
six of the black dots In such a man
ner that no two pins shall be on the
-anie line, either horizontal, vertical or
Although it mav be dilllcult to work out
this Puzzle, still there is no dillleult.y in un
derstanding or appreciating the 1'olioios is
sued bv the l'.tHHTAIILK LII'K ASSUR
ANCM:' SOC1 KTY. They are Hear, business
like, concise and simple.
BRUCF, & A. J. CART WRIGHT,
(ii'iicr.il Agents fur Hawaiian Islands.
t9 R. re.juest of I'lidi'initi who were
pre-e.it tin Saturday evening last to wit
ness the Iiist IVnonnance of Tin: II -wuih
Ui:v.Mn CiiMriNY, and at the ur
gent desire of the hundreds who weie un
nhli to gain admission
The Grand Hawaiian Romantic Drama
In Three Acts:
"The Wooing of Kaala"
HIM III UITI ur.n
On Saturday Evening
Oot. S, 1892,
Ne.t with Improved Appointments and
In tho Inteihule a Choice anil Varied
I'rograninie will bo pieseutcd, con
cluding with the (hand Histori
cal Drama in One Act :
Kapiolani Defying I Goddess Pele
Several Scenes of the Volcano
will be given.
1 Nothing succeeds like siteet'."
fff Don't miss the oppoitunity to
a Hawaiian Dramatic Company who can
hold their own on any stage.
Prices a3 Usual, 50c, 75c. and SI.
CjF" Secuie your tickets early at I.. .1.
Iiovey's and avoid the crush. iVKI-lit
SlHIS l)f St. (iui'ip PlGOlC
- AT -
On Saturday, Nov. 5th.
I.OOROl'T KOR A (H)()D TIM K !
Return Tickets $t; Children 50c.
Foot Races, Games, Etc., Etc.
Good Prizes to bo Computed For 1
HUSTACE & CO.,'
WOOD and COAL.
Wiiite and Black Sand
Which wo will sell at thu Very Lowest
Market Rates for Cash,
Bell 4H - TELEPHONE Mutual 4H
L. KONG PEE,
Kurt street, next to Club Stables,
l& Lately Cutler and Manager of (loo
Kim A: Co. (luaimitccs (iood Kit and Rea
sonable 1'rlcus, I'atrouage solicited,
Daily lluiktin, ii(J cent a month,
Ex. " W. H.
mi i B
GOODS YOU HAVE HEWN WAITING FOR
and which wo have worn out typo lulling you wo
expected, arrived by (lie above vessel 22 days from San
do not wish to
stopped because you could not
tail jNIixhw. We
and the Cocktail vi
be all the
Pi.atkou.m SfAiJcs with Hag attachments are now with
us and aro needed on sugar and rice plantations.
Oath City Fiirmts, the only means of purifying
had of us in tiny si.e.
HA WALL AN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroot, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Spreckels' Bank.
104 Port Street, HonolvUvi.
Hare tiiu M'fii the A'vu ll'inuiii VfiWir tit .Y. .S". Snrhn' Slorrt I
'I Huvf you Kfi'ii tlir Aiilit (lait'iix thai arv xrllimi fur $1,011 ill Snrhx'l
Jluv you ,fr the ,Vm ..IW
Have you .wen the Monxqurtuire
I'nir at Suchx' Store?
lOll XI I'll
the irw Silk
Do you know that tlie l.ntrxt A'ovltiex unit Most Slylixh (looilx ran
iliraix he foiniil at Saehx' Store?
of I). 11. Hunilmm,
May V, 181)2.
M. A. SEED J)liV PLATE CO.,
St. Louis, Mo.
My In xl order for I'latex arrived very promptly. l'leaxe,.accept
thanks for beitiij xo prompt.
I wixli to xlttte, Unit I am axiiiy your I'latex excluxivtly for all
work done on thexe yroundx for the njfirial rrennl of construction .
Of eourxe comment by me ax lo the ijooil qualilirx of the Seed
Piute are entirely innievi'xxnry.
C. 1). APA'OLD,
lit .A.R.:E FOR S-A.LID ONLY BY
HOLLISTER & GO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
11Y LAST MTKAMKR A Ktlld- I.IN'K OK
bljlok: g-oods i
AS FOUjIjOWS !
lllack Cashmere I'J-inch wide
vn rd and unwanls.
M cents per
lilack Inilla Lawn, ilia
lllack Sattceii in I'laiii and Klgured.
lllaek Calico In I'laln and Kigured.
B. F. EHLERS
rpHK RICIU'LAR MLKTI.N'd OK Till!
J. I'acille Hardware Co., LM, will be
held at their olllce on MONDAY, Oct. HI,
lSDJ, at 10 o'clock . m.
a n ad.iournkdmi:k.tin(s ok thi;
A Hawaiian Rille Asiociaiiiui will Im
held at Ihti Y. M. I'. A., TllllllHDAY
lIVKNlNd, the 'Jith InM., at S o'clock.
W. i:. WALL,
rpin: annual mi:i:tin(i ok
1 Ktockholders of the Waiaiiao
pany will bo held on MONDAY, Oct. Hist,
at III o'clock i. M., at Urn ollleoof (), O,
llurger. V. O. IIIIROKR,
fill Wit tseorelary.
KOR SALE OR TO LET
O.NKOOOD t'l'RKIHT IMAM); ALSO
One square I'iano. Will fell on rea
Miiiable terms or will let for Tluee Dollars
and Fifty Cents (IH.fiU) per iimiitli. They
win ne niaiiiHriy ov, 1st, nut arrange
ments can bo made to see them bv tele-
phoning to the tindcrslixm
the use of liquors if 3'ou
g-ot the right sort of Cooic-
now, the double shutllo sort
better for. homy; mixed in it.
it of bacteria, microbes and mud, can be
for Driijii'n iiml Funtii Work ot
I'liilrrx.wd Kill (,7oir for
Striped and l'olka Dot Vhnilles all
Chief of Coiixtriirtion, 'orld'x)
Jl.'.l The Rookery, Chimiit. S
I Hlnek, Cotton, hilk ami Kid (ilovesinall
t lllack .Stockings for Ladles and Children.
1 lllack Hilk Warn llelirlette Cloths.
i:tc, l.te., K.tc., Klc.
& CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
COLD WATCH, SLCOND
Auierlcan Movenient. Hand-
I j haml;
Miniti Case and In (iood Order. Cash. Ad-
dress "!'. (. llo KW."
witn Snrini"s. also a sec-
ond-hund Leader llarnes?.
ftfl-Ut H. W. SCHMIDT
iV HON IS.
A STRONO AND
XV (leiiile Kainlly Car
' rlago Horse, very good
draft aniiiuil; am willing
i to tnchange for (loud
i K.iddln Horse. AddlOss
ion," at this
it in Ri:(iin:sTi:i) that all
J. claims of uvory nature and description
against the undersigned be sent lo Messrs.
1'. C. Jones and liodrrey lliown ill us early
u dale as possible.
, Honolulu, Oct. 17, Wii ll-lw
j The Daily llullttin i delivered by
currier for 60 cenU per month.