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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, NOV. 1, 1892.
Tur.snw, Nov. 1.
O A O S S Oceanic, from San Francisco,
cu route to Yokohama and Hongkong
OA O S S Gaelic, from Yokohama and
Hongkong, en route to San Francisco
Stmr Kiiuiu for Maui and Hawaii at '2 p in
Stinr lwalani for Kauai at ft p m
Stmr Glaiidine for Matli and Hawaii at 0
Stmr Kaala for Waianae Mokuleia, Wal-
alna and ports on Kauai. V
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Kiuau,
Nov I F May, Mdme La eux, Mrs Ward,
V V Qoodale, Judge and Mrs Dole, Rev
Father Lconor and attendant, Godfrey
Urown, C Johnson, It F Lunge, S K Kane,
Chang Kim, Fred JJeckley, F Northup, F
it Swany, Queen Dowager Kapiolanl and
party, A Haneherg,JIrs Haneberg, Miss
Mary Low, 13 J Hitchcock, Thos T AVil
linnis and Mrs Williams. '
f The schooner Kulaiuanu is on the Ma
rino ltailwav undergoing a general clean
ing. The S S Oceanic was signaled at 11:30
o'clock this morning from ban Francisco
and the 8 8 Quelle at 3 o'clock this after
noon from Yokohama and Hongkong.
Mortuary Report for October.
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' 2J)'2j'31 0 (il 1 2 2 Iftl 13
CAL'Hi: (II- 11KA1II.
A nuhy 1 os to m a
Disease of Lungs
Disease of Drain
Gun shot wound
Old Age. .
Syphilis . .
Alcoholism . .
llurus . . .
Cancer of Stomach 1
Drowned , ..,
Debility . . ..
OOMI'AHVTIV!'. MOMIII.Y MOItTWITY.
Oct., 1800 .
Oct., IB!) I
Wards.. 1 2 3 4 ' ft jOutside
Deaths.. 12 (I 13 1 11 .. .
Annual death rate per 1000 per mouth.20.(X)
Hawalians . .. MIH2
Asiatics. . . 21.00
All .others. , . , 17.10
' ' ' 0. 1). llBYKOIIIH,
Agent Hoard of Health.
Aro your children subject to croup?
If so, you should novor bo without
a bottle of Chamborlnin's Cough
Homody. Tt is a certain euro for
croup, and has novor been known to
fail. If givon freely as soon as tho
croupy cough appears it will pro
vont tho attack. It is tho solo roli
anco with thousands of mothers who
have croupy children, and novor dis
appoints them. Thoro is no danger
in. giving thisHomedy in largo and
i roquqntjdoaos, as it contains nothing
injurious. ' 50 cont bottlos for salo
by all' dealers. Honsou, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. i m
Mr. W. M, Terry, who has been in
tho drug btibiuoss at Elkton, Kj'., for
mo past, iwoivo years, says: "Cham
berlain's Cough Homody gives better
satisfaction than any other cough
medicine 1 have over sold." Thoro
is good reason for this. No othor
will euro a cold so quickly; no othor
is so certain a preventive and euro
for croup; no other nitonls so much
roliof in cases of whooping cough.
For salo by all dealers. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agonts for tho Hawaii
Don't forgot tho band at tho Hotol
Tho S. S. Oceanic loaves nt 7
o'clock this ovoning.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Woalhor
hazyj wind, frosh oast.
Pupils of tho St. Louis Collogo
woro givon a holiday to-dn', much
to their dolight.
To-day is All Saints' Day. Special
sorvicos woro hold at tho Human
A battalion of inarinos and bluo
iackots from tho U. S. S. Alliance
had drill on tho plains this morning.
A Japanoso woman named Selling
has been arrested on a charge of
desertion proforrcd by hor husband.
W. G. Irwin & Co. announce tho
S. S. Ynmashiro Maru to sail for
Yokohama direct on or about Do-
this weok tho
and tho Sons
at Hemond Grovo
Healani on Friday
of St. Georgo on
Tho libel caso against D. Logan,
editor of this paper, was oontinueu
again, by request of tho prosecution,
Mr. Goo. Tripp of Makawao, Maui,
and Miss llolon Saffory of Ulupala
kua, Maui, woro married by tho Hov.
H. H. Parker this morning.
Tho band will give a moonlight
concert at tho Hotel this ovon
ing. Tho concert at Emma Square
last oveuing was largoly attouded.
All admirers of tho aquatic sport
should contribute to tho picnic of
tho "boys in blue" to take placo on
Friday night at Hemond Grovo.
Special trains will bo run.
Quoon Dowager Kapiolani and
party loft on tho steamer Kiuau this
afternoon for Hilo. After a short
stay there sho will visit tho Volcano,
returning by way of Keauhou.
A Chinoso woman biought suit
against her spouse, Ah Mung, latelj
for dosortion. This morning tho
parties woro reconciled, Mung pro
mising to go homo and support his
A young lad named Williifrosoph
pleaded guilty in the Police Court
this morning to being disobedient
during tho past throe months, and
was sentenced to ton days imprison
ment at hard labor without costs.
Tho Legislature hall was crowded
to-day with interested listeners to
tho want of confidence discussion.
Tho" resolution was brought in live
minutes aftor tho npw Cabinet took
Owing' to tho arrival of the two
China" steamers to-day, the Band
will play for tho entertainment of
the tourists by those steamers at the
Hotol this ovoning instead of Thomas
Square. Mr. Borgor intends to gio
anotkor avoiiinr Tnr tho Sqtian
An accident liariponod this morn
ing on tho bark J. O. Glade, which
resulted in , serious injury to a
man's shonldoV Chas. Paukalo was
working intho ship's hold when a
block -weighing about twenty pounds
foil from above and struck him on
tho shoulder, fracturing it. He was
Throo groat international lights
have been arranged to take placo in
Now Orleans during Mardi Gras in
February: James Corbett will meet
Charles Mitchell, heavyweight; Join
Hall and Bob Fitzimmons, middle
weight; Jack MoAulillb and Dave
Tho regular monthly mooting of
tho Hawaiian Mission Chihhon's So
ciety will bo hold at tho lesidonco of
Dr. C. M. Hydo Satuiday ooning,
Nov. 5th, at 7:80, at which time, in
stead of tho usual Mailo Wreath,
thoro will bo a debate upon the fol
lowing subject: "Is the British nilo
in tho Gilbert Islands desiiable?"
Tho regular monthly meeting of
tho St. Andrew's Chinch Association
will bo hold on Thursday ovoning
next in tho Sundaj- schoolroom.
Aftor routine business a program of
vocal and instrumental music and
rocitations will bo piesonted, after
which' rofioshmonts will bo served.
You aro invited to bo present, and
bring a friend.
A horse and brako driven by Mrs.
Miller, wifo of tho cabinet maker,
caused some oxcitoment on Hotel
stroot yesterday aftornoon. People
woro soon running toward tho scone,
corner of Hotol and Fort streets, ex
citedly, and it was at one time
thought to bo a small-sized revolu
tion. It turned out, however, (hat
tho horso had slipped and fallen.
Mrs. Miller jumped out and escaped
unhurt. The harnoss was unfasten
ed and tho animal got on its feet
Tho Hoyal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. II. Borgor, leader, will
give a concert this ovoning at the
Hawaiian Hotol; beginning at 7:!10
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March Habslmrgh .,
Overture J.a Damo Blanche
llussoon Solo Passing Clouds
lloininibceiices of Weber
He Lei no Lillu. Moa Ula. La
Selection La Traviata
11-Clariuet Solo Imlsa Miller
Mr. Mooro, tho postmaster at
Bradshaw, Va., after reading an ad
ortisemontof Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Homed', con
cluded to try a small bottlu of it.
Ho says: "I used it in two cases for
colic and throo for diarrhoea with
perfect satisfaction. 1 havo handled
and used a great deal of patent
medicine, but novor tried any that
gavo as good results as this. For
salo by all dealers. Benson, Smith k
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian ltd-anus,
Tuesday, Nov. 1, 18i)2.
Tho Assembly convonod forprayor
at JO o'clock. At 10:02 tho minutes
of the previous meeting wore read
President Wnlkor instructed tho
Clerk to read a communication from
Hor Majesty and to tho effect that
sho had been pleased to appoint tho
following g'ontlomen as members of
hor Cabinet, viz.: Premier and Min
ister of Finance, Hon. W. II. Corn
well; Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Hon. Jos. Nawahi; Minister of In
terior, Chas. T. Gulick; Attomoy
Gcnoral, Charles Croighton.
Tho members of tho nowly an
nounced Cabinet then entered and
took their seats.
Minister Comwoll said that it had
pleased Her Majesty to appoint this,
Noblo Thurston moved that tho
rules bo susponded in order to allow
him to present a resolution.
Minister Comwoll asked that No
blo Thurston suspend tho introduc
tion of tho resolution for a short
time so as to allow of tho presenta
tion by him (Comwoll) of an Act to
enablo tho Go eminent to mako
payment of salaries and othor neces
sary expenses until October 31st.
Hep. Smith roso to a point of or
der to tho effect that ho doubtod if
tho now Attomoy-Goiioral had yot
boon sworn in as a nioniber of the
Minister Charles Croighton said
that ho had the unhappinoss, or tho
happinoss, to have taken tho oath of
olhco before tho Chief Justice this
Hop. Kamauoha considered that
tho Minister should postpono tho
bill until they had first presented a
Hop. Kapahu believed that it
would bo bettor to go right along
with tho regular order of business
and then tho resolution could come
up. It now looked as though some
thing was cut and dried.
Tho motion to suspond tho rules
was carried by a vote of 22 to 10.
Noblo Thurston introduced tho
following lobolulion: Hesolved that
the Legislature expresses its want of
confidoneo in tho present Cabinet.
Noblo Thurston in argument said
that it would bo noticed that t his roso
lution departed from the usual form.
The action of theappointmontof tho
Cabinet was so patent and stood out
in such plainness thoio was no need
for any expression other than that
givon in the resolution. Tho divi
sion lino had been drawn so cloarly
n ow that it was very oasj for ovory
man to too tho position ho must
take. Tho question was not tho in
dividuality or ability of tho Cabinet,
H103 had had no time to do any
thing. Tho resolution was based on
a principle, whether tlio minority or
majority should rule. Ho said ho
would biielly rofor to tho political
history of tho Hoform Party past to
refute the cry of "ruloor ruin" which
was sont out against thorn. Tho
speaker did rofor to political inci
dents fiom 1887 to 1892, claiming
only good intent for tho Hoform
Party and charging tioachory, bribo
ry and manipulation of votes and
election returns to the National Ho
form Party. Ho referred to the lato
outing of tho Cabinet and stated
that lnombois of that party did not
bow to tho will of tho majority, but
woro continuous in thoir endeavors
to again icproduce a Cabinet from
from the sextette of members which
composed the National Hoform Party
in tho Houso.
Noble I'etorson desired to under
stand tho member, did he mean what
ho had said lelative to the argument
of majority rule?
Noblo Thurston responded that
ho had meant it as ho said it.
Noble Petor.son said, then the
statomeift mndo by you is untrue
and you well know that it is!
Noblo Thurston said, "it is tine!"
Noblo Peterson said that, Noblo
Thuiston either forgot tho tiuth or
wilfully misuse-, it. Ho did not bo
liovo that tho member could have
forgotten tho conversation. Ho
Noblo Thurston Wait till I got
through, then you can talk!
JNoblo I'olorson Will you over got
Noble Thurston said that tho lit
tle faction of National Hoformors in
the llouso woro using tho ''rule or
ruin" cry tho same as a thief would
cry out "stop thieves," when tho out
cry was made by the thief himself.
Hep. Kapahu, at 10:10, roso to a
point of order that the member
(Thurston) had occupied tho lloor
for nearly over three-quart ors of an
hour and had yet said nothing
against tho Cabinet.
On motion of Hop. A.shford fur
ther time was granted to Noblo
Thuiston who said that; this Cabinet
was introduced in defiance of tho
principle of majority rule. Her Ma
jesty is being forced into a position
which would neither benefit hor nor
tho country. Tho minority woro
adopting a l evolutionary course.
Now was tho time to take a stand for
lopresvutativo government. It was
of no use to go on with tho Appro
priation Bill until they had a con
stitutionally appointed Cabinet.
Noblo Peterson said ho had listen
ed to tho argument, if such it could
ho called, and had heaid only an
cient political history from away
back. Did not know whether it is
intended for publication in a foreign
paper or not, but the speech only
contained two qualities, (1) roforenco
to ancient political history and (2),
personal abuse. Now, in discussing
this resolution only two or throo
words havo boon used which loforrod
to tho Cabinet, Noble Thurston
had said that of which ho knows
nothing about, but if ho does know
then ho states a falsehood, Ho
would say for tho information of tho
House none of his party had any
thing to do with the making of this
Cabinet. Ho nt least had not, With
roforenco to tho document signed,
that I boliovod in tho majority, 1
signed it with a qualification,
Tho circumstances wore numerous
to-day why that principle of maj
ority ruling should not bo regarded.
Action of tho Hoform parly shows
simply this, that while they havo tho
right to put out they arrogate to
thonisolvos right to dictate who
shall go in. Under tho Consti
tution tho Queen hnd the solo
right to appoint. This resolution
was brought, on that point that tho
appointing power must yield to dic
tation or tho party will lire out
ovory Cabinet that conies in. Tho
resolution gives no reason for the
dismissal of tho Cabinet so thoro is
no room for argument.
Hop. Kapahu nioed that tho
tosolutiou bo laid on tho table.
Did not consider that thoro would
bo much gain in discussing the
resolution por so. It is a waste
of tinio to discuss ancient his
tory, especially when vory many
many aro hero present now who aro
thoroughly acquainted with tho
facts. Ho know that in the time of
1887 tho Reform part gaoluaus,
killed pigs and supplied gin to se
cure votes and thus secure tho
downfall of Mr. Gibson. That hap
pened in his district and such woro
tho facts. Thoro was nothing in tho
Constitution which provided that a
Cabinet should be appointed from
tho majority of nn opposition. If
thoro was anything therein ho would
support the lesolution, but Article
11, which applies to tho appointing
of a cabinet, says nothing of that
kind. Ho.could not understand how
this resolution crept in, and tho
easiest way to got rid of it was to
placo it on tho table, and ho so
Hop, Wilder moved tho nyos and
Tho motion, to table, was lost by
tho following vote:
Ayes Nobles Hopkins, Pua, Wil
liams and Mailo; Hops. Pua, Koa
hoiij Kaunnmnuo, Kapahu, Nahinu,
White, Kanealii and Edmonds. 12.
Noes Nobles Ena, Cummins,
Hind, Hoapili, Marsdon, Young,
Baldwin, W. Y. Hornor, Walbridge,
Andorson, Thurston, G. N. Wilcox
and Kanoa; Hops. Wilder, Bipikano,
Ashford, Aki, Kauhi, H. W. Wilcox',
Bush, Kamauoha, Kaluna, losopa,
Akina, Smith and A. S. Wilcox. 20.
Hop. Ashford on tho announce
ment of tho ote, moved tho previous
Minister Nawahi said that tho cul
prits would bo pleased to havo op
portunity to speak.
Hop. Ashfoid said that although
uot in favor of .suppressing free
speech ho would forego tho pleasure
of hearing from tho Minister. Ho
declined to withdraw his motion of
tho previous question. .
Tho question was put but failed
to carry and
Minister Nawahi said, that, a bare
indictment did not make - a man
guilty. In tho resolution presented
there woro no reasons alleged. Tho
introducer said that thoro were no
reasons necessary but ho (Thurston)
had occupied the lloor for
three-quarters of an hour in endeav
oring to present reasons. Now the
supporters have just refused to gio
tho Cabiiiet an opportunity to, in
anyway, "defend themselves. No
grounds being alleged therefor no
reason existed for tho adoption of
t ho resolution. Ho w ould say, that he
would ask tho Hawaiians to gio tho
Cabinet an opportunity to present a
policy and piovo by their works that
thoy would act entirely for tho bone
fit of tho people and tho whole peo
ple. How could ho carry out tho
wishes of tho people if the oppor
tunity was not givon. Ho did not
seek tho ollico which he now had.
While in it ho would assure them
ho would endeavor to act for their
interests and tho good of tho coun
try. You hat o now a native Haw ai
ian in tho Cabinet and tho oppor
tunity should bo givon to fulfill tho
desire often expressed by native Ha
waiians that the' had desired repre
sentations in tho Cabinet. Gio Ihis
Cabinet a chanco, give us one day or
one weok and then vote us out. If
wo go another may come, less satis
factory. "Wo woro awaro this morn
ing that a resolution of want of con
fidence would bo 'introduced, but 1,
as a native Hawaiian, did not turn
back bocauso I desiied tho oppor
tunity to show that if allowed to con
tinue in my ollico I would fulfill pro
mises long since mado with regard to
working for tho interests of tho
country and tho people. Ho would
suggest that tho caucus at which
this vote was mado up did uot then
know tho composition of this Cabi
net. Again tho Hoform party is
Hop. Ashford desired the spoakor
to put tho party labels on tho mem
bers of tho Cabinet.
Minister Nawahi said that Min
ister Cornwoll was a Hoform man,
ho was a Liberal. Previously, ho
said, that in tho names rofeired to
Hor Majesty as a choice for a Cabi
net tho Liberal party was entirely
ignored. A mature oi the Hofonn
party was and always would bo a
dosiro to have solo powor.
Continuing he said, the argument
relative to what took place in 1880
had nothing to do with this admin
istration. During tho administra
tion of tho Hon. Noblo Thurston
thoro was corruption in otlico, it was
then that opium was changed into
bricks and straw and other strange
things occurred. Tho Noblo knows
that and cannot deny it, Against
us tho only reason that can be
advanced to vote us out of ollico is
l because thoy have hold a caucus and
decided to vote us out. Wo havo
not boon in ollico long enough to
1 havodono anything to warrant tho
introduction of this resolution. Ho
j warned tho members that thoy wore
, responsible to thoir constituents for
their action in voting on this ques
tion, Ho was a representative of tho
native people and ho intended to act
in thoir interests. Tho Macfarlauo
Cabinet had not anuouneod a policy
aftor being in ollico for sometime,
therefore, tho voto removing Ilium
wns right. Give us but 18 hours and
wo will produce a policy, It may bo
said that wo cannot run the Govern
ment; that w cannot obtain funds.
Ho would say that was already
provided for, (Applause) Ho ap
pealed to those of his own color to
sustain this Cabinet, It would bo
no credit to tho Hawaiians of tho
Cabinet was composed of all whito
men, especially if any groat pros
perity should ensue. Ho took a
position as Minister of Foreign Af
fairs because it was judged to bo in
accord with tho idea of foreign
powers. Thoro will bo important
treat j niattors to bo considered in
tho near future. Pearl Harbor and
othor niattors will be considered;
and with a native Hawaiian in ollico
tho feelings of the native people can
bo believed to be expressed, A short
time ago tin opinion of the mer
chants of the city was that the
Pearl Harbor coinniision to visit
Washington should bo composed
entirely of native Hawaiians as it
was said by thoso foreigners that
native Hawaiians could accomplish
more good than a commission of
whiles, lie hoped that (lie mem
bers would not inn spirit of fairness
and give tho Cabinet an oppottuuitv
to prove themselves by some of their
Hop. Whito at 12:07 moved lccess
until 1:30 'o'clock. Lost, only 111
voting in favor.
Hop. Wnipuilani said that it was a
painful matter lor him to advocate
the adoption of this resolution. Ho
did not object to tho Minister of
Foreign Affairs, nor to tho Minister
of Finance, noret to tho Attoinoy
Gonoral, but ho did object to tho
Minister of the lnteiior who was
one of the old Cabinet and who now
appeared again. When the resolu
tion was brought in against the
Sain Pnrkor Ministry ho voted against
it. The second time the Macfarlauo
Cabinet was voted out, and now wo
find that one or that Cabinet is
again here. Ho would not be like
the dog returning to his vomit. Ho
had already refused to support mon
that ho had brought in a want of
confidence against. Ho would voto
in favor of this resolution.
Hop. Whito moved tho indefinite
postponement of tho resolution. Ho
would not indulge in argument on
At 12:17 the motion to indefinitely
postpono was put, with a call of tho
ayes and nays, and was lost by a voto
of 20 nays l.'l ayes. As follows:
Ayes Nobles Hopkins, Pua, Peter
son, Mailo and fluid; Heps. Pua,
Koahou, Ixntiiiainano, Kapahu, Na
hinu, White, Kanealii and Edmonds
Noes Nobles Una, Cummins.
Williams, Hoapili, Marsdon, Young,
Baldwin, Horner, Walbridge, Ander
son, Thurston, Wilcox, Kanoa and
Dreior; Heps. Wilder, Ashford, Aki,
Kauhi, It. W. Wilcox, Bush, Kamau
oha, Wnipuilani, Kaluna, loepa,
Akina and Smith -20.
Noblo Baldwin moved that the
resolution be adopted.
Rep. Whito moved a recess until
1:,'M) p.m. Lost.
Hep. Ashford moed that the ayes
and nays bo taken On tho motion to
Noble Baldwin moved the previous
Tho motion to adopt the resolu
tion Was canied by Uio following
ao and 11:13' vote:
Ayes Nobles Ena, CumminsyAVil
liains, Hoapili, Maisdon, Young,
Baldwin, Walbridge, Anderson,
Thurston, G. X. Wilcox, Kanoa,
Dreior; Hops. Wilder, Ashfoid, Aki,
ivaiilu, It. W. Wilcox, Bush, Kainau
oha, Waipuilani, Kaluna, losopa,
Akina, Smith and Noble W. Y.
Nays Nobles Hopkins, D. W.
Pua, Peterson, Maile, Hind; Hops.
S. K. Pua, Koahou, Kaunnmauo, Ka
pahu, Nahinu, White, Kanealii, Ed
Absent Nobles Knuhane, J. M.
Horner, Reps. Bipikano and A. Hor
ner. Hop. Kaunninaiio moved that the
Houso adjourn until January 1st.
Country members weie kept here
away fiom their private business.
The business of the country oven
was not being advanced. The means
of the membeih weie being exhaus
ted. The noble 1 had wealth and
could stand il.
Iieji Kamauoha moved (hat the
resolution of want of confidence just
pasiod be engrossed and presented
to Her Majesty. Canied.
Hep. Smith moved that the Houo
Hop. Kanealii moved that the
House adjourn until the commence
ment of the not session.
Noblo Thurston moved an amend
ment, that adjournment be had un
til next Monday. Canied; and at
12:30 tho Assontbl) iosO.
Mrs. LionfjBhoru-Pott3, M.D.
Among the most famous women
who havo visited tho islands will bo
Mrs. Longshore-Potts, M. D., one of
tho first giadunles of tho Wonieu's
Medical College of Philadelphia. She
is fresh from a remarkable career of
success as a lecturer on hygiuno in
England and very recently in Boston
and Now Yoik. Although past mid
dle age she is still in remarkable
physical and mental vigor, the best
possible plea for hor cause. She is
to mako nor first public appearance
hero at tho Hoyal Hawaiian Opera
House next Thuirday aftornoon. Sho
is said to be a very brilliant woman
and a much bettor "roconlour" than
most men. One of the things that
seemed to stiike tho Britishers with
especial forco was that thoy could
discover nothing masculine, angular
or strong minded in hor. In fact
she retains all the admiiablo attri
butes of gentle womanhood, Tiuth
of London, which is nothing if uot
critical, said of her:
"Tho Ameiican lady doctor thor
oughly understands her subject
Mrs. Polls has a benevolent,
kindly face. Her voice is
gouily persuasive, and a quiet humor
lights up her discourse from time to
time Tho utility of such
liw.l 1111, w nneiinl nil ei I ililn.
After hearing one lecture only, hor
woman hearers came away with a
sonso of not only enlightenment,
but positive illumination, as to the
wonderful science of medicine, Tho
more English women who attend
her lectures the better it will bo for
our nursories, and tho fewer doctors'
bills shall vvp have to pa)',"
The first lecture will bo free. All
her talks are finely illustrated with
btorcopticon views. Reserved seats
without charge can bo had at L. J.
Office of 1). IT, liurnham, Chief of Comtrtiction H'ortil!)
Columbian Exposition, Wfi The Hookery, Chicago.
May 9, 1892.
M. A. SEED DRY PLATE CO.,
SI. Aoiim, Mo.
My hint onhr for l'latei arrival very promptly. Please accept
Ihtmki for briny so prompt,
I with to slate, that I am usiny your Plates exclusively for (ill
nark done oil these grounds for the official record ofconstruetiiiu.
Of course comment by mr en to the. good qualities of the Seed
Plate are entirely unnecessary.
C. P. ARXOU),
The Seed Plates
CiT .A-IxlE FOR S-AXjE ONLY BY
109 Fort Street,
N. S. SACHS',
104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
llate you seen the Xeir Roman
Hare you eni the Xiyht Uouni
llavf you veil the
Xew Art Sill.
Have you sien the Moniiiuetaiic
Pair at Sachi' Store?
you s ni
the Xew Sill: ,strijted and Polka Dot Chaillca at.
Do you know that the Isiteit Xoiettici and Most
IwauK be found at Sachs' Sloret
11Y l.MiV &TCA.MKU-A. PL' LI, LINK Of
BX1A.GK: GOODS I
.A.S ITOXjT-iO-W-S :
IJlaclv t'.isliimre U-incli wide, M cents per lllack, Cotton, hill: and Kid fl loves in all
ard and upwards. idc.
llliick India Lawn, lllack Piench Lawn, j Mack Stockings for Ladies and Children,
lllack Sattecn in Plain and Figured. I lllack Silk Warp Henriette Cloths,
lllack Calico in Plain and Hguiul. Ltc, Lie, Etc., Ktc.
B. F. EHLERS &
(NEW OULI.KTIN BLOCK, JIKIK'IIANT STlllJirr)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ASY lUTblNLhb KNTItLSriH) IO Mi: WILL ULCLIVK PIlOMPT ATl'HNTION.
L. .1. Li m:v,
A. M. Longshore-Potts,
Tho Lniimint Quakeress Graduate of tint
Wniiiaii'H Medical CoIIuku,
WILL LLCTUKi: ON -
Health & Disease
Iti-3- TO 'WOMEN ONLY -"fell
November 3, 4, 5, 7 and 8,
.A.T Bi30 F. T-C.
far- l'lrst Lecture I'JILi:. Itixurvcd
hints without charge, .it L. J. Levey's
)Immim'iI, Also, u(
ViuvvH of bilhler
tit!iit held for
rpiIIJ AIIOYK iti:
X wnrdlsollerul fortlm
return of a .'i-jear old
dray Klalllou, branded
with a IlL'Uru t-iinlbir to
an acuoi cfttiH iiiuier tlui mane
(loveriiiiient Hahlcn. Misled last
afternoon with a icon attached.
'l-.Mll JAMKS KAMAKA.
tu W. V. Allen
J full iKiucr of attorney
to act for Ji I in in all mutters of business.
All parties Indebted to the uudersi;neil
not i-cltlinj,' l tho 6th of November will
A. It. ItOWAT, V. S.
Honolulu, Oct. -.11, IS.'. ftil-Ht
50 cents a month,
HoiaoLul-u, H. I.
Sashei at X. S, Sachs' Store:
that are selling for J?.(W at Suchi'l
Jor Drapes and Fancy ti'urk at
Vndresitd Kid illovei for $1.00 a
Sliliili (toodf can
CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
L. J. Lrvi'.v,
J. Chas. Harrison, M. D.
toST TO HEN ONLY "1W1
Thursday & Monday Nights
NOV. 3d & 7th,
.A.T S O'CLOCK,
K& I'irt lecture I'HKK. Second lec
ture .'' (Vutn. Hi'tTVt'd t-VnlH for Loth
lectures at 1,. .1, LuvovS olltcc.
The Fluent Colonsl Dis-olvlin:
Ktcreoptlcon Views in tho world are U-ed
Io llliiftrato thifii leiturus, YIquh of bub.
Jectit DiMMtsM-d; alio of -rt and Travel.
" Dr. Hairisoii has the haiipy facullv of
being vervliu morons In dealing with weigh
ty subjei ts." .V, I', Iteriilil.
"Dr. .1. C. HarrNoii's Ieifnres aro in
valuable, being Instructive, moral and
anuiidiig."- Ileum HVinf Itttcher,
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION !
rpili: KF.UULAU MONTHLY MJ'.UT
1. lug of the Fire Pollio will be held
'IU.MOKUOW LVF.NINd, Nov. lht.
at I heir New Hall, eomt r Hotel and Fort
streets, at To'iknk sharp. 'Hie attendance
of uvcrj nieiiiliei Is ri"ini"'Usl. Licet Ion of
ulllccrs. All iileinlsTs must I hi in good
Mtamlllig to entitle tueiu to vole.
11. A KM IT-AUK,
A (lOLDLN CKIAKKTTK CAHK.
. reward of $1(1 will bo paid io Under
who will return tt In
Mil. K. It.HOHWAHAOH,
ft Wit Hawaiian Hotel.
The Daily Jlulletin i delivered by
curriers for 50 cents per month.
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