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Forolfjn Ofllco Notice.
FoltKHlN Ofl'ICK, I
Honolulu, Oct. 27, IttYi. (
This (In j- lind audlonro of the Queen:
His Kwllrncy John L. Htovoii!", Envoy
Kxtrnordlnnry mid Minister l'lcnlpoten
tlary of the United State. Commander
W. H. Whiting, Commanding IT. S. S.
Burgeon John C. WNo, U. 8. N.
Paymaster Ilcnh Fnuer, U. 8. X,
Lieutenant M. L. Wood, IT. 8. X.
Ensign 0. 0. Marsh, V. B. N.
Ensign .1. 0. Drake, U. 8. X.
Ensign T. Wushlngton, IT, 8. X.
Ensign V. llonghter, U. S. X.
Assistant Engineer It. Hull, IT. S.
First Lieutenant K. K. Cole, U. S
U. 8. S. "Alliance."
. M. C,
To which mulleneo UN Excellency Mr.
Stevens was Introduced liy His Excellency
Hon. Samuel Parker, llor Majesty's Min
ister o( Foreign Affairs, Mr. Steven then
presented Commander Whiting and hi
Her Majesty was attended on this occa
sion hy His Excellency Hon. Samuel l'ar
ker, Minister of Foreign Atl'airs; Majoi the
Hon. James W. lloberton, Chamberlain
of the Household; Colonels the Honurables
Curtis Plelm Iauken, Edward Knniakau
Liltkalanl and John Richardson nlld Col
onel John Domlnis Holt, Jr. ;, I.adies-in-waitlng
Mrs. C. 11. Wilson and 'Mrs. 0. H.
Clark. SAMUEL PAKKElt,
Minister of Foreign Atl'airs.
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Foreign Ofllco Notice.
Honolulu, Oct. 2ii, ISiU.
Official notice having boon received that
F. A. SCHAEFKK, Esq.,
has resumed the exercise of his functions
as Consul for Italy, all persons are hereby
required to give full faith and credit to all
official acts of the said F. A. Schaefer,
Esq., as such Consul as aforesaid.
Minister of Foreign Allairs.
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Foreign Office Notice.
Foukion Officii, I
Honolulu, Oct. ;!;, 1&92. j
Official notice having been received that
F. A. SCHAEFER, Esq.,
lias resumed the exercise of his functions
as Consul for Chili, all persons are hereby
required to givo full faith and credit to all
official acts of the said F. A. Schaefer,
Esq., as such Consul as aforesaid.
Minister of Foreign Allairs.
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Department of Financk, i
Honolulu, October 25, 1892. f
By virtue of authority given by an Act
of the Legislative Assembly, entitled an
" Act to Prevent tho Infection of Cholera
in the Hawaiian Islands," approved on the
27th day of September, 1MIJ, upon recom
mendation of tho Hoard of Health, I do
hereby declare all Ports of Entry in tho
Kingdom, now open to commerce.
E. G. MAOFARLANE,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Oct. 25, 1892. 57-tf
Owing to tho drought and scarcity of
water, the residents mauka of Judd street
are requested to collect what water thoy
may require for household purposes Ik fore
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. U, lb92. 515-tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Seel nor J'arly,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 18!)2.
Samoan residents aro endeavoring
to find a way out of tho financial
stress caused by tho shortage in their
ono "basket of eggs" tho copra
crop. Thoy have formed an Agri
cultural Society, whoso chiof busi
ness will bo tho introduction of now
sources of industry from tho vege
table kingdom and tho discovering
and exploiting of what thoy already
have in tho native flora of those
islands. Mr. Keppol, a botanist who
baa receutby arrived for purposes of
exploration, is helping them by cor
responding with various other coun
tries, and procuring and furnishing
seeds and plants of all varieties Miit
able for profitable culture and ox
port. From recont files of the Sa
moa Timos, which contain full re
ports of tho results of his olTorts in
this lino, we clip tho following itoms
as being likoly to bo of interest hero:
A lottor from Java to Mr. Keppol
says: "Java is now going in for Li
berian Coffee cultivation on lands
not suited for tho other variety. I
should think Samoa would bo a good
place for its cultivation." Wo think
so too, for it has shown immunity to
tho Comiastoma lly, and is less af
fected by Homiloia mould, while it
can bo grown in hot countries down
to tho coast lovol. Siminonds' "Tro
pical Agriculturo" says; "Tho largo
berried variety begins to bear in the
third year, but has boon known to
boar earlior. Tho first crop is
usually only a few berries, but tho
tree goes on increasing until it bo
comes capable of yielding 20 lbs.,
and somo vory old trees have boon
known to givo 2-1 lbs. each, but more
generally iloiiomla upon cultirntibn
tlmn upon ngo. Liborinn coflVo is
ospoclnlly vnlunblu ns nn niljuuct for
either swampy land, or poor, moist,
valloy or plain land. It is inoro
particularly valuablo for planting
about cacao estates, whore, the land
being moist enough and the aspect
suitable for cacao, the land is stiff or
poor. A (. eylon colleo planter oi su
years' experience estimated that the
production or an acre of Liberiau
colleo would, under favorable cir
cumstances, equal that of ten acres
of Coylon colleo,"
The San FranciseaChroniclo states
that a now species of cotree has boon
discovered growing in Maiquosas.
the berries being about tho size of
millet, which possesses till the ilavor
of colfce, and niatnicH in sovon
months after being planted. It will
bo well to tot the new product by
importing and planting the seeds,
which can be piocuted in Tahiti.
There is a more possible green
fruit exnort in tho iiineaniilo. llv
"possible" is meant that thooquablo
climate, has not so prejudicial an
effect upon pineapples as it has upon
oranges, bananas, sugar cane, etc.,
but tho extent and value of the
market is to mo unknown; however,
as one gentleman here is planting
largely wo shall, no tlouht, soon
learn. L'ino apples are exported
from many islands, but to a greater
extent than ol.sowhoro, from tho
Bahamas, where 75 to 100 shiploads
are sent oil" during the season to tho
value of somowhero about 50,000.
Tho average price thoro paid for tho
fruit by the merchants is about Is.
9d. per do.on for first cuttings, Is.
t!d. for second, and Is. 3d. for third.
An acre of land will support 6000 of
tho sugar loaf variety of pineapples.
Tho passage to Loudon is 31 to 35
days, tho fruit being shipped in a
green state ami ripening on hoard;
15,0(K) pines make an avorngo cargo.
We nro glad to hoar on tho best
authority that Samoa's possibilities
in libro export aro attracting atten
tion ui tho outer world, and from a
letter received by a local resident wo
learn that Messrs. Spreckols aro on
tho qui vivc, nnd aro sending a special
commissioner to Samoa in tho per
son of Mr. S. H. Slaught, who is a
ramio export, and who has invented
a ramio decorticating and do-gumming
process. Mr. Slaught intends
coming by tho next mail if possiblo,
but for certain by January next.
Messrs. Spreckols aro of course in
terested iirst in increasing our export
freights and secondly in obtaining a
supply of ramio "ribbons" for Cali
fornia, where, wo loam, tho now
manufacture is establishing itself.
Samoa should rojoico that so near a
market as California is possiblo, for
tho freights aro low while tho greater
importance lies in tho fact that ramie
may yet keep Samoa in touch with
civilization by maintaining our posi
tion as a port of call of a mail
steamship route. A full description
of ramio appears in our issue of July
lGth last, as oxtracted from tho Paci
fic Rural Press.
A SIMILAR CRISIS BUT AN OP
It is always interesting whoa any
ovont takes place to compare it with
similar happenings in othor timos
,and other places. Now South Wales
has jiibt passed through a similar
parliamentary crisis to that we aro
now in tho midst of. Thoro aro 141
members in tho Legislative Assem
bly of Now South Wales, and after
tho last general election it was soon
that thoro wore three parties in the
Houso as horo, neither of whom wore
strong enough in themselves to fur
nish a working majority of tho
Houo. Tho throe parties aro re
spectively tho Free Traders number
ing about (13, tho Protectionists
about 18 and tho Labor parti' about
30. Tho last aro mainly Protection
ists, but hold their allegiance to tho
Labor question paramount. By a
coalition betweon tho latter two sec
tions Sir Henry Parkos' administra
tion was defeated and a Protection
ist Ministry under Sir Goorgo Dibbs
was formed. On Sir George's re
turn from his visit to England, Mr.
Reid, as leader of tho Opposition,
moved tho following resolution:
1. That tho present Administra
tion does not possess tho confidence
of this Houso or country. 2. That
tho foregoing resolution bo com
municated by address to His Excol
A Mr. Cotton had moved as an
amendment to this tho insertion
after paragraph 1 of tho words,
"2. That this Houso desires at tho
same time to express its strong dis
approval of tho payment to tho Pro
mior of a sum of X'1000 out of tho
public funds without tho authority
Whilo tho dobato was in progress
tho Government ordered tho arrest
of tho labor loaders of a minors'
strike in tho Broken Hill District,
one of tho largest silver mining dis
tricts in tho world, on a charge of
soditious and riotous conspiracy, and
forwarded a largo body of police
from Sydney to tho disturbed dis
trict to make tho necessary arrests
and keep tho peaco which had boon
broken bj' tho riotous attacks of tho
tiuiou strikers against tho persons of
non-union workmen and tho pro
perty of tho mino-ownors.
This prompt and strong action
of tho Govommont was thoroughly
objectionable to tho labor union
demagogues, and then Mr. Cann.ono
of tho Labor party, moved a further
To omit tho words relating to tho
payment to the Premier of a sum of
1000 out of tho public funds with
out tho authority of Parliament, and
tho substitution of othor words, tho
effect of which would bo to make
tho amendment rend as follows:
"That this Houso desires at tho
same limo to express its strong dis
approval of tho way in which the
Government has administered tho
law at Broken Hill."
The dobato on the motion, com
plicated as it was by the two amend
ments, lasted over two weeks, sovon
sittings of the Assembly being occu
pied for the purpose. Tho sittings
indeed wore not unduly prolonged,
except on the last day, when the
House sat for over 25 hours. Al
together nearly 75 hours wore occu
pied over tho discussion, or an aver
age of 11 hours oach night. In all
87 members, four of whom addressed
tho House twice, spoil. tho average
length of speech boing thus some 52
On the last ainendinont the results
were: for tho Ministry, '.)'.) against 37;
on the second amendment, for tho
Ministry 82 against 52, and on tho
main motion, for tho Government, 158
against (5-1, with 3 not voting and 1
In commenting on tho results of
this nnd tho quostion as to whot her,
in faco of such evidence that tho
Ministry had merely kopt their seats
by tho temporary aid of those op
posed to them, tho Sydney Morning
Herald, tho most inlluontial journal
in Now South Wales, makes use of
tho following language in its issue
of Soptombor 15th, which our legis
lative Solons horo would do well to
lay to heart and extract tho moral of:
But Parliament exists not merely
to discuss party and constitutional
issues between the Ministry and tho
Opposition, it exists to transact
tho business of tho country. Its
work in this respect must this ses
sion bo porforniod under serious dis
advantages. Tho session opens at a
late, an improperly late, period of
tho year. The measures enumerated
in the opening speech as to bo sub
mitted to it would, according to tho
rate at which business is despatched
in tho Now South Wales Parliament,
occupy a session of somo years' un
Even if what wo optimistically
call tho indispensablo business is
alone taken into account, this pro
vides work for sovoral months of un
remitting labor. It is dosirablo that
this should bo entered upon as soon
as possiblo. In ' anj' case now wo
must bo in tho fourth wook of tho
session boforO tho first measuro of
actual work can bo touched. This
is a deeply discouraging beginning,
and it will bo well if this stage of
unproductive discussion bo ended at
tho earliest possiblo moment. Some
thing may bo done in this way with
out any weakening of tho forces of
attack by the limitation of tho
speochos to tho essential elements of
the situation, and by shunning as
far as may bo any noodloss repetition
of arguments which have alroad
boon used. Wo admit that oxporionco
of Parliamentary procedure makes
tho expression of any hopo of this
kind appear extravagant; but there
aro two reasons why in the faco of
this dospoiidont reflection wo venture
to express tho hopo, novortholoss.
Ono is, tho lamentably backward
state of public business, which is a
cause of grave and growing concern;
and tho othor is tho iutonsif3'ing
feeling of distrust and despair with
which tho people of i "jis colony are
coining to regard tho operations of
their Parliament as an institution
wnicn every year is becoming more
impotent, and more incapable of
of performing the work for which it
is brought into oxistonco.
It will bo soon, too. that there tho
main thing thought of was not sail
ing into power by tho aid of votes
given for reasons which wore inimical
to the carrying on of good govom
mont by any party or from personal
auimositj' or objection to tho allogod
illegal actions of any Minister. For
if this woro tho case tho Govorn
mont would have boon dofoated on
each count of tho indictment against
thorn. There tho first thing looked
to was tho maintenance of law and
order, and party and personal fooling
and love of ollico woro laid aside.
Horo tho reverse look place and, by
an unholy allianco, Reform and Re
bellion, gilded by corruption and
greed of ollico, proceeded to a con
demnation of tho Ministry whoso
refutation of its alleged and false
accusations was thorough and un
statements in Mr. Bush's
por, Kb Loo, and copied in this
morning's Advortisor, that I was in
vited by Her Majesty tho Quoen
sovoral days ago to form a Cabinet,
and that 1 hail called on Messrs. J.
O. Carter, M. P. Robinson and A. P.
Peterson, is false, ovory word of it,
nnd thogontlomon named can testify
to it. Respect fully,
October 27, 1892.
Porhnps somo of our readers would
like to know in what respect Cham
borlnin's Cough Remedy is better
than any other. Wo will tell you.
When this Remedy is taken as soon
as a cold has boon contracted, and
boforo it has become sottlod in tho
systom, it will counteract tho effect
of tho cold and greatly lesson its
.severity, if not effectually euro tho
cold in two days' 1 imo, and it is tho
only remedy that will do this. It
acts in nerfeot harmony with nature
and aids nature in relieving tho
lungs, oponing tho secretions, lique
fying the mucus and causing its ex
pulsion from tho air colls of tho
lungs and restoring tho system to a
strong and healthy condition. No
othor remody in tho markot possesses
those remarkable properties. No
other will euro a cold so quickly or
leave tho system in as sound a con
dition. For sale by all dealers.
Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
THE OCEAN TRAVELER.
Captain Andrews Again Crosses tho
Atlantic in a Cocklo Sholl.
Captain William A. Andrews, al
ready famous for his daring adven
tures in small boats on tho stormy
Atlantic, has again accomplished
tho feat of crossing tho vast ocean
in what might bo termed a cocklo
sholl, named the "Sapolio." Ho
crossod tho ocean twico before, first
in tno "iNnutilus," wiiou no wns ac
companied by his brother and again
in tno "Mermaid." In another at
tempt to cross in tho "Dark Secret,"
ho was unsuccessful owing to coli
trarv winds. The N. Y. Herald says:
"The fact that Captain Andrews
can cross the ocean in a cockleshell
merely proves that small boats aro
safe when a dipt. Andrews sails
thorn. Amateurs should roinombor
this when tho wind begins to sing.
Tho "Sapolio," in which ho has
again crossed tho Atlantic, wns built
by Capt. Andrews in Atlantic Cit-.
It is a canvas folding boat lined with
half-inch cedar and decked over
with the same. Tn order to fold it
there must .bo threo long canvas
hinges from stem to stem, and tho
daring captain writes by an incom
ing shit) (when ho is hundreds of
miles from shore) that ho finds tho
" 'Sapolio" iiVa'soa-way is a scrubber
but vory leaky." Tho start was
made on July 20 from Atlantic Citj,
tho destination boing Palos, Spain,
with tlin in I mil ion of rnnnhilii t.linrn
' in October and joining in tho colo-
bralion which was to bo hold in
honor of tho discovery of Amorica.
"Ho will then return in ono of tho
great steamers and arrango to exhi
bit his boat and tho log which ho
writes up day by day", at tho World's
Fair in Chicago, whore ho will bo
ono of tho features of tho magnifi
cent display which tho manufactur
ers of Sapolio aro now perfecting.
Tho assurance, wo might almost say
tho impudence, of thoso aggressive
manufacturers in securing a Colum
bus of their own is probably without
precedent in advertising."
Captain Audrows .spoke sovoral
vessols on tho way. On August 20th,
30 days after ho loft, tho "Sapolio"
arrived off Floros, tho most north-
westorn of tho Azores group, after a
trip averaging 81 miles a day. Six
days later ho arrived at Torcena,
Azores, in a health' condition and
oxpected to finish his journoy in
time, as ho had crossed the Atlantic.
Something: Now in Ranges.
Tho Pacific HAnmvAiiE Co., (L'd.),
have just received an invoice of tho
M. & D. Wrought Stuel Ranoes
which are suporior to anything of
tho Jund yot invented. iMioy have
been adopted by tho United States
Nav and aro in uso on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
othor now vessols. Also on sovoral
of the new vessels lately built for
tho trade between San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of thoso Ranges
will at once show thoir many advan
tages over all competitors.
The majority of well-read phys
icians now believe that Consump
tion is a germ disease. In other
words, instead of being in the con
stitution itself it is caused by innu
merable small creatures living in the
lungs having no business there and
eatiug them away as caterpillars do
the leaves of trees.
A Germ The phlegm that is
coughed up is those
Disease. parts of the lungs
which have been
gnawed off and destroyed. These
little bacilli, as the germs are called,
are too small to be seen with the
naked eye, but they are very much
alive just the same, aud enter the
body in our food, in the air we
breathe, and through the pores of
the skin. Thence they get into the
blood andfinally arrive at the lungs
where they fasten and increase with
frightful rapidity. Then German
Syrup comes in, loosens them, kills
them, expells them, heals the places
they leave, and so nourish nnd
soothe that, in a short time consump
tives become germ-proof and well, ffi
A GREAT SUCCESS!
Just Ihti Thing for Breakfkst
Cooked '.'Rolled'." Oats!
Healtlif ul !
tSTFor Sale by all Leading Grocers..
MITCHELL & PETERSON,
rpnu wkekia' nuxumN 1M 001.
A. uiiina of Interesting Heading Mutter,
Mauds, $1; mulled to foreign countries,.
f lfir"i T 5i ! . VhA T t$au
Hawaiian Harflvarc Go., Lfl
Monday, Oct. 81, 1898.
There are few people in this
world who, from the time they
swapped pinafores for more
advanced clothing, have not
done a whole lot of wishing for
something they wanted and
couldn't get. Either some
other fellow had it and refused
to give it up or the price asked
by the shopman was a huckle
berry above their persimmon.
We've stopped most of the
wishing, in so far as price is
13y adopting modern forms
in business; by going over to
the United States each year
and searching the different
manufactories for newest goods
and a bit of haggling with the
dealers there enables us to se
cure bargains that would be
unthought of if we depended
upon correspondence to help
us out. Beside this we have
men in San Francisco and
New York whose business it
is to spend all their time look
ing up things that will suit our
trade. I3y modern business
methods we have reduced the
yearning hours in life to min
utes and have freed them of
the unpleasant intensity that
you grew accustomed to before
we launched out into the mer
Lust week we were busy ar
ranging goods which came in
by recent arrivals; to-day they
are ready for your inspection.
Talk about hard times it is in
the air, not in fact. You
wouldn't think about the bug
bear if your cynical neighbor
did not remind you of it every
time you passed his house.
Now, then, to rid him of his
mania to cry down the Islands;
you are tired of hearing him
say the country has gone to
the bow-wows. We'll give you
a remedy, a sort of counter
irritant: bring him to us.
We will show him tea sets
in silver, identical in shape
with those used by mem
bers of the sugar trust; could
we select irom any one better
able to afford good things? A
coffee set whose tout ensemble
is suggestive of Monte Christo;
silver cups patterned after
those used by the Knights of
the Round I able tastes run
to antique now a days and
we're nothing if not timely.
Bachus never wielded a bung
starter with greater pleasure
and effect than the individual
who uses one of our new lem
onade shakers. The tops are
made so that the liquid is
poured through a number of
small holes, thereby prevent
ing the ice or seeds going into
the glass. This makes lemon
ade mixing and drinking pleas
urable, the annoyance accom
panying your efforts to dislodge
a lemon seed from the epiglot
tis is avoided. We haven't
tried them for it, but they say
that cocktails mixed in these
shakers entirely remove "that
"A clean-shaven face invites
an embrace," is a motto on
one of the silver shaving mugs,
a motto which lived up to by
the young man in "sassiety"
brings him many pleasant mo
ments no girl, not even your
wife wants to rub her complex
ion against a piece of No. 2
The attention of very young
babies is called to the assort
ment of puff boxes imported
for their special use. In get
ting the attention of new
babies we do so through their
parents and if a fond mother
will bring a. baby to our store
who does not say "goo" when
it sees a puff box in hammered
silver we are mistaken in the
attractiveness of our wares.
To persons of more mature
age we will show a box of an
entirely different character,
whose contents will assist im
measurably in passing away
the long evenings. It contains
a pack of "squeezers," a hun
dred chips and a half dozen
markers. It's a complete and
elegant outfit for those who
like toying with the American
game of poker.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opjio. Sprockets Jllock,
By Jna. I". Morgan.
TO-MORROW, Oct. 28th,
AT 10 O'OI.OOK A. At.,
At my Salesroom, Oiiecn Strcut, I will sell
nt Public Auction
Merchandise from the Estate ot A, Sllva & Co,
LARGE LINE OF RIBBONS
Brooks & Coats' Spool Cotton,
Ladles' Wool Dross Goods,
WHITH ,fc COI.OUHI) SHIUT8,
BOOTS and SHOES
Tickings, Denims, Ktc, Ktc, Kte.
Alo nn Invoice of
Jas. IP. nVEorgart,
5.V.MI AUCTION KKIt.
For Account of Whom It May Concern !
Will be otlercd nt Auction, if not pre
viously disposed of nt private sale,
at IJrewcr's Wlinrf,
On SATURDAY, Oct. 29th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
gW The Yacht U well-found and is in
good order for immediate u--o.
gW Kor further particulars apply to
Jas. IT1. Morgan,
Royal Hawaiian Opera Uoose
L. J. Lkvhy,
Bv reouest of audience who were
present on Saturday evening last to wit
ness the First Performance of Tim Ha
waiian Dramatic Comi-any, and at the ur
gent desire of tho hundreds who were un
able to gain admission
The Grand Hawaiian Romantic Drama
in Three Acts:
"The Wooing of Kaala"
WILL I1K ItKl'KATED
On Saturday Evening
Oct. 29, 1892.
Next with Improved Appointments and
In the Interlude a Choice and Varied
Programme will be presented, con
cluding with tho Grand Histori
cal Drama in One Act:
Kapiolani Defying I Goddess Pele
Several Peenes of the Volcano
Will be given.
" Nothing succeeds like success."
y Don't iiiIh the opportunity to seo
a Hawaiian Dramatic Company who can
hold their own on any stage.
Prices as Usual, 50c, 75c. and SI.
Secure our tickets eailv at L. J.
Lovoy's and nvoi.l the crush. 55(M!t
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DAILY AND WEEKLY
Leading Journals in the Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has the Largest Circulation on tho Islands
and is the De.st Medium for
Mil. Tiioh. K. Natiiamikl will receive all
advertisements and transact all. business
Office: "llrenli" lliock." corner
Nuuuim and Queen street (upstairs).
Onion Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated May 1(1, 18!.)
JIANUFACTUUEUH OF THE
Regan Vapor Engines
PACIFIC G-AS ENGINES.
Horizontal it Upright,
Stationary & Marino,
Gns ,t Gasoline Engines,
Pumps it Launches,
518-tf Solo Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
HUSTACE & CO.,
DEALEHS IN -
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will sell at the Very Lowest
Market Kates for Cash.
Bell 414 - - TELEPHONE - Mutual 414
Yacht M 'Spray'
Has removed to Dr. Foote's premises and
ollico, comer of Punchbowl and Ilere-
tanla streets, during his absence.
omcK houus: jrWaM;.",;:
By Lewis J. Tjovoy.
Household -:- Furniture
I am Instructed by Dn. A. It. KOWAT lo
sell nt Public Auction nt his Resi
dence, King street,
On TUESDAY, Nov. 1st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
On account of dopartnro, the Wholo of his
Household Furniture nnd Ell'ects,
1 STEIN WAY .A OK'S
Willow Parlor Furniture,
Kaols it Pictures, Curtnlns it Poles,
Portieres, Hugs, Oil ("loth,
Piano Lamp, Chandeliers,
Book Case and Stand,
11. W. Secretary, II. W. Sidohonrd,
11. W. Kxtonsion Dining Table, '
Ulnssware, Cutlery fc Platcdwnro,
B. W. MarMetop Bedroom SBt
Light Painted lied room Set,
Mattresses, Mosquito Note,
Refrigerator. Meat Safe, Filter,
Crockery & Chlnnware,
Redwood Cooking Stove& Utensils
Uardcn Hose it Tools. Also the contents
of Surgery, consisting of
DBUG-S, SCALES & BOTTLES
1 LOW PHAETON, i FRAZER ROAD CART,
2 SETS HARNESS,
And tho Well-known Trotting Horses
" CLEMENTINE " and -" J0SIE R."
And 1 FINK MILKING OOW.
BV" Tho House will bo open fortnspei
tion on Monday, from 10 to 12 a. m.
Lewis J. Levey,
Sons of St Gtiorgo Picnic
On Saturday, Nov. 5th.
LOOK OUT FOR A GOOD TIME I
Return Tickets $1;. Children 50c.
Foot Races, Games, Etc., Etc.
Good Prizes to be Competed For I
Dancing in the Pavilion!
PICNIC' and DANCE! --
Members of Lodge Le Progres
de l'Oceanie No; 124,
HAVE DECIDED TO GIVE A
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 19, 1892
LADY'S GOLD WATCH, 8ECOND
hand; American Movement, Hand
some Cake" and In Good Order. Cash. Ad
dress "P. O. Box 4IJ9." 557-2t
AM SONNTAG DEN 80 OOTOllKK,
Vonnlttags 11 Uhr, wird Herr Pastor
Ixenberg In der Y, M. C. A. Hall oinen
deutuchen Gottcudlenut abhalten.
Dam Kaihkiu.icii Deuthche Konsulat.
npHE ItEGULAH MEETING OF THE
JL 1'aellio Hardware Co., L'd, will be
held at their ofllco on MONDAY, Oet. 31,
loi-, ub JU U UIOUK A. M.
JAB. G. SI'ENOEK,
HHHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
X Stockholders of the Walanao Com
pany will bo hold on MONDAY, Oct. 31st,
at 10 o'clock a. m at the ofllco of C. O,
licrger. O. 0. UEKGEH,
FOB SALE OB TO LET
ONE GOOD UIMUGUT PIANO; ALSO
One Sipiare Piano. Will soil on rea
sonable terms or will let' for Three Dollars
and Fifty Cents (J3.60) per month. They
will be at liberty Nor. 1st, hut arrange
ments can be made to see them by tele
phoning to the undersigned.
KS(khv X F. HUKQEBB.
NEW PIANO FOB BALE !
ASCHERBERG UPRIGHT PIANO
A FIME JHgraUHENT.
ttf Apply to
.-'JAS. F. MOKGAN-658-5t
' " Auctioneer,