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MEMBERS OF TAX APPEAL BOARDS
Commissioned by the Minister ot Finance
for tbe Year 1892.
District Hilo-O. K. lUchatdson, 1..
District l'una It. Kyeroft, W. Kamati.
District Kou 0. Macoinbor, J. C. Scarle.
"District 8. Kona C. Kneo, Moses ltar
rott. District N. Konu 1). Nainanu, George
District N. Kohala J. McGuire, 1' North
rop. District 8. Kohala-P. Spencer, T. W.
District Haniakua II. Hull, M. 1.
District N. Hilo Jns. Mntoon, 1). Kn
District Haua J.
District Wallukt J,
E. Lyons, W. K
, T. Aluli, Patrick
District Molokai and Lanai Charles
Cockctt, L. K. Kuplhea.
District Lalmina L. M. Baldwin, l'etcr
District Makawao K. Hao Kckapai,
David 1. Eldridgu.
District Waimca and Niiliau E. E.
Conant, D. Kua.
District Hanalei K. T. 0. Jtryant, 1,.
District Kawaihau E. Lindoman, 0. II.
District Koloa W. G. Smith, Kekoa.
District Lihue H. D. AVislmrd, .Tosia
District Honolulu W. V. Allen, .1. T.
District Ewa and Waianao A. J. Camp
bell, J. It. Holt. Jr.
District Waialna Jas. Gay, Kaiaika
wahn. District Koolauloa Jas. Corwin, Jas.
District Koolaupoko .las. Olds, 1!. Mil
kalialupu. E. C. MACFAKLANE,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, October .11, li!)2.
1892 -TAXES -1892
Tax Payers in this District arc hereby
notified that the Taxes for the current year
will be due and payable at the Olliee of the
Tax Assessor and Collector, in the Kapuu
iwa Building, on the 1st day of November,
Tho Ofllce will be open from !) a. m. to 1
r. M. daily (Sundays excepted) and on Sat
urdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts over $10 must be paid in
U. S. Gold Coin.
Taxes not paid before the 1Mb day of
December next will be liable to suit with
10 percent costs added.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of Taxes,
District of Kona, Island of Oabu.
E. C. Macfaiilank,
Minister of Finance.
Dki'artmknt of Finance, I
Honolulu, October 25, 18!)2. f
Uy virtue of authority given by an Act
of the Legislative Assembly, entitled an
" Act to Prevent the Infection of Cholera
in the Hawaiian Islands," approved on tho
27th day of September, lb'J2, upon recom
mendation of tho Hoard of Health, I do
hereby declare all Ports of Entry in tho
Kingdom, now open to commerce.
E. 0. MACFAKLANE,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Oct. 25, 18!)2. 557-tf
Honolulu, Oct. SO, 1892.
lly the powers in me vested by Chapter
VIII. of the Session Laws of 18SH and all
other powers enabling nie in the premises,
I have this day appointed
HON. F. H. HAYSELDEN
to be Sberilt'for the Islands of Maui, Molo
kal, Lanal and Kahooluwc, vice II. O.
Treadway, Esq., resigned.
0. U. WILSON,
Marshal of the Kingdom.
Approved the day and year afore-mid.
It has pleused Her Majesty the Queen
to appoint tho following named gentlemen
to be Her Cabinet, namely:
His Excellency HON. WILLIAM H.
COIINWELL, Minister of Finance, vice
E. 0. Maefarlane, resigned.
His Excellency HON. JOBEI'H NA
AVAHI, Minister of Foreign Allairs, vice
Hon. Samuel Parker, resigned,
His Excellency HON. 01IAKLE8 T.
GULIOK, Minister of Interior, to succeed
His Excclioncy HON. . OIIAItLKS
OHEIGHTON, Attorncy-Oenerul, vice
Hon. Paul Neumann, resigned.
Iolani Palace, Nov. 1, 18!U.
Uy virtue of the authority in mo vested
by law I have this day appointed
GAHDNEH K. WIIJJEU, Esq,,
to be Deputy Attorney-General of the
Noreiubor 2, 18!tt. Wl-3t
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Pnrly,
lint ICstablished for the lienefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2, 1S.)2,
Tho article from tho Orogouinn
on Hawaiian trade although inter
esting will hardly oxoito expectations
ot a very early establishment ot
steam trallie between tho Sound and
Honolnln. At present and for a
while to eome our trade with San
Franeiseo can only be divided with
other porta to our disadvantage.
Still the talk of steam to Portland
will not do harm, as it will tend to
make capitalists ready for tho oppor
tunity, when it is brought by the
expansion of our trade which tho
future has doubtless in store.
THE FRIEND ASTRAY.
Tho Friend in giving reasons for
tho defeat of tho Maefarlane Cabinet
says that "a somewhat conspicuous
element in the Cabinet of hostility
to tho American Minister
was believed to have found expres
sion in tho personal attacks upon
tho Minister in the Bullutin." As
this pretext for voting out. tho Cabi
net was completely destroyed in tho
debate on want of confidence, it is
surprising to find a periodical of
such ability and intelligence as tho
Friend giving it further currency.
Nobody of any sonso bolioves that
tho Ministers or any of them had
tho slightest knowledgo of tho criti
cisms on tho Amorican representa
tives before publication. Tho Bul
letin simply accepted communica
tions from American citizens, whoso
names must bo kept in editorial con
fidence, reflecting on their country's
representatives, followed by a letter
from one not an American who used
tho subject of this American criti
cism as an argument against annexa
tion. The "Bulletin oditoriallj' sim
ply used information got from a
member of the Legislature, not a
member of tho Ministrj', to the effect
that the resolution of tho Legisla
ture was tho impulse that sent tho
Boston to search for the missing
boat of tho wrecked ship, adding
tho mild comment, "Better late than
never," as tho departure of tho
cruiser was a tacit acknowledgment
that tho largo number of Amorican
residents, who complained originally
that tho expedition was not under
taken at the earliest possible mo
ment, were right. As tho latest
news from "Washington indicates
that tho conduct of Amorican
representatives here, as complained
of by some of tho survivors of tho
wrecked ship, is to be strictly inves
tigated, tho senseless chatter about
tho Bulletin's correspondence may
as well cease, for it only makes its
authors ridiculous. In the United
States the proceedings against tho
Bulletin will probably bo regarded
with a chorus of derision. Tho
libort- of tho press is more than a
name in that county. In another
articlo tho Friend says tho apology
in this paper "implied that tho Min
ister was nevertheless to blame."
Read through prejudiced spectacles
it might imply that, but tho entire
motive of tho articlo was to uphold
tho right of a newspaper to publish
criticisms on anybody and every
body, provided proper bounds of
language wore observed. It was
only because a few words in the cor
respondence wore sincerely regretted
as being personally offensive that
any apology was tendered. In con
clusion, it is to bo regretted that
whilo the case is before tho courts
tho Friend should liavo compelled
any comments in this paper as a de
fense against wrong impressions that
are calculated to prejudice tho caso
of tho defendant.
The Hiram Bingham.
Tho San Francisco Examiner de
scribes tho Hiram Bingham, "tho
smallest missionary vessel in tho
world," which was to sail from San
Francisco for Honolulu, on her way
to the Gilbert Islands, this week.
She is 50 foot long over all, 1-1 foot
wide and 0 foot deep. Tho vessel is
nearly all'cabin. Sho has a gasoline
engine for auxiliary propeller. Tho
Hiram Bingham is commanded by
Rev. J. Walknp, a missionary, and
will take in mission supplies at Ho
nolulu. Sho is called after tho
venerable missionary, Iov, Hiram
Bingham of Honolulu, now in Now
York supervising tho printing of his
translation of tho Bible in tho Gil
bert Islands language.
For the Season,
Tho Pacific Hardware Co, are dis
playing Dinner, Breakfast, Chamber
and Tea Sots in Doulton Ware and
Copeland; examples suitable for
presents in Havilaud, Copoland,
Boyal Worcestor, lioyal Devon and
Bisque; Bisquo Figures; JJochestor
Lamps; a few Fancy Clocks, and
many other articles.
Hmghnrn Buckets, plain and paint
ed, in nests. Every housekeeper
should have a supply of thoso.
Refrigerators and lea Ghosts of
tho most improved pattorns.
.Pictures and .Picture Frames.
Picture Framing in all its branches
A visit to the art rooms is invited.
qnHE WEKICIA' KIJI.IJSTIN 'M COI
JL unms of Interesting Keading Matter
Islands, ft; mailed to foreign countries, $5.
Extra Minco Ties at tho "Elite."
S. M. Everett has a notice to-day.
0. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for salo.
Hoot Beer on draught at Benson,
Gardner K. Wilder has been ap
pointed Deputy Attorney-Oeneial.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Sa Foo gives notice of his salo of
one-third interest in a certain lease.
Sunburn relieved at onco' by Cu
cumbor Tonic. Benson, Smit h iV Co.,
The amplified third rank will be
conferred at Mystic Lodge, K, of ,
Ka Maile hits removed to KM Fort
street, the store formerly occupied
by Frank Gertz.
Jas. F. Morgan will soil desirable
real estate specified elsewhere, at
auction on November 12.
For island views and artist ie photos
Si to tho Aloha Gallery, Severin &
olstor, Fort street. Amateur work
Ono hundred boxes of Boll Flower
apples by tho S. S. Australia will bo
sold at auction by J. F. Morgan at
Certificate No. 151 for 20 shares
Mutual Telephone stock, in tho
name of Fas. 1. Dowsott, Sr., has
been lost or mislaid.
II. J. Nolto is again prepared to
regale his customers at tho Beaver
with largo and luscious fresh oysters
served in any stylo desired.
Tho Australia will sail for San
Francisco at noon of Wednesday
next. Her agents, W. G. Irwin it
Co., sell tickets to all points east.
A special meeting of the Oahu
Railway k, Land Company will bo
hold at 0:30 o'clock Saturday, for
purposes specified in tho notice else
where. An unusually lame number of
horses are advertised in tho Makiki
pound, to bo sold on tho 19th inst. if
not, claimed by their owners pre
viously. Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will rc
sumo giving instruction in privato
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
near tho Y. M. C. A.
Money and other good prizes will
bo given in tho Sons of St. George's
sports at Kemond Grove next Satur
day. Tho baseball winners will re
ceive Sin and tho losers a consola
tion of 5.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
kea street, opposito tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, premises laloly occupied by Dr,
Lutz. Oilico hours, 0 to 12, 2 to 4.
and evenings 0 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Bell telephone 107 ; Mutual (182".
Riot Narrowly Avertocl!
Tho following lie about election
day hero appears in the San Fran
Washington, October 2."5. Ail'airs
in Honolulu continue serious, ac
cording to privato advices received
hero to-day from' a naval officer at
tached to tho Boston. Great excite
ment, ho says, attended tho election
of two members of tho Legislature
to fill vacancies caused by appoint
ments to tho Ministry and a riot was
narrowly averted. The election was
a victory for the Ministry, and re
sulted in increasing tho friction be
tween tho Legislature and the ex
ecutive. r --
Kuala Company Reunion.
Last evening there was a pleasant
reunion of Mr. Crowley's Dramatic
Compauy at I?obinson Hall. Twenty
members sat down to a bountiful
supper. Mr. Crowlov presided and
Mr. Ulukou occupied the vice chair.
Major Kahalowai on behalf of tho
company expressed their aloha for
their manager and the best of good
fooling prevailed. A drama of Ha
waiian history much moro elaborate
than tho last is in rehearsal for pro
duction b' the company abroad.
Tin: Bust Flastkh. Dampon a
piece of flannel with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and bind it on over tho
seat of pain. It is bettor than an'
plastor. When tho lungs tiro soro
such an application on the chest
and another on tho back, between
tho shoulder blades, will often pre
vent pneumonia. There is nothing
so good for a lamu back or a pain in
tho sido. A sore throat can nearly
always be cured in ono night by ap
plying a flannel bandage dampened
with Pain Balm. f0 cent bottles for
salo by till dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
NOTICE IS HKItEIJY
given that tbe follow
sng described Animals will
lin sold nt Piihltit Aiintlnu
on BATUKDAY. Nov. 11. LHJHSf
- ""-.' "v.-"' " --"-., fr-'
mrz, ut I'J o'ciock noon, at tlie Uovcrumont
Pound at MaUiki:
1 llluek Horse, branded "AIC" on right
1 Hay Muro, branded "2" on left hind
1 Hay Colt, no brand.
1 Surrel Filly, no brand.
1 Hay Hori-o, brand itndoseribable.
1 Hay Mare, branded Uliino characters
on right hind leg.
1 Ilav Mare, all shod, no brand.
1 Illaok Ilor.se, branded "Jh" on left
1 itltiok Horse, branded 'JI" on left hind
1 Koan Ilorro, branded "A" on right
1 Hlaek HorMj, bianded "v" on right
bind leg. ' b
1 Sorrel Homo, all shod, branded on loft
W" Owners of the above Animals miiht
send iu their claims within Hi days, other
wise they will be bold on tho date above
named. I). KAOAO,
Honolulu, Nov, 2, 1S!-'. ftll-'Jt
T WII.I, NOT HE KKSPONSIKLE TOK
-L any debts contracted without my
I,. M. EVKItKTT.
Honolulu, Nov. 2, W'2, WI-lw
A Rocont Visitor.
Conductor C. Heart t, of the Santa
Fe, who relumed from tho Sand
wich Islands yesterday, was seen b
a Times reporter and gave tho b
lowing statement regarding his visit
to that interesting country
I wont there to look up tho colfeo i
industry. 1 was at the districts ot
North and South Kona on tho Isl
and of Hawaii. I found collco grow
ing wild and yielding fair crops, but
tho yield is not as much as where
the trees are properly cared for.
Little attention has !eon paid to
collco culture in tho past, owing to
tho fact that larger profits could bo
made in sugar than in coffee. At
present the people are beginning to
give more attention to the coll'co in
dustry. In a few years 1 think cof
ice win ooonooi tuocuiei protiucis ,.,:i,;mr :"" r,,r ,. ,,..;r :
of (ho Hawaiian Islands. The Kona I wishing, 111 so hir as pi ice IS
K 1, 1 J. . .... 1 .
colfeo raised there is of a superior
quality and stands Al on tho Lon
The peoplo in the islands aro a
kind and generous peoplo. They
aio pushing and energetic, and al
ways ready to give any desired in
formation. I can never forgot tho
many at Mentions shown mo while on
my recent visit. Hospitality is tho
watchword of the peoplo on tho
As I am not a politician, I paid no
attention to politics Avhile there,
consequently I can gjvo you no in
formation on that subject.
1 expect to return to tho islands in
January, 1803, and engage in tho
business of coffee raising. My com
pany will consist, mostly of Los An
Tho islands aro all reached by a
local steamer service out of Hono
lulu, tho tutor-Island Company and
the Wilder bteainship Company,
both of which give very satisfactory
service. Lou Anijrlex Times.
Mr. Moore, tho postmaster at
Bradshaw, Va., after reading an ad
vertisement of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, con
cluded to try a small bottle of it.
lie says: "1 used it in two cases for
colic and three for diarrhtea with
perfect satisfaction. 1 have handled
and used a great deal of patent
medicine, but never tried any that,
ftltu tin wuii it;rmim tin ljuo. j'wi
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. There is a gentle
Dyspopsia. rnau at Malden-on-t
the-Hudson, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
has written us a letter in which it
is tvident that he has made up his
miiad concerning some things, and
this is what he says:
' ' I have used your preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly iu my house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion, ,
and Constipation we
Indigestion, have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re
lieves the difficulty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
and I think,you had
better get another bottle.' I am also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever I am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two, and all trouble is removed."
LOST OB MISLAID.
pKItTIFIL'ATi: XO. ir.1 l-'OK TWENTY
J Shares Mutual Telephone Stock
standing in the name of .las. I. l)owutt,
Sr. Transfer has been stopped. Kinder
will pieasu return to
ail-St JAS. I. DOWSKTT, Sit.
ON'n OK TWO KIKfST-l'I.ASSSUOAK
lloiler.s arc wanted for the coining
prop, (iood references will lu returned.
J)(i2-lw W. 0. IKWIN it CO., L'i.
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J, Nolte, Proprietor.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al STKAMSIIll
AUSTRALIA ' '
WILL LUAVU HONOLULU
KOIt TUB ahovi: I'Olir ON
Wednesday, November Oth,
jA. T I-T o o N .
The undersigned aro now prepared to
Issue Through Tickets from tblseltv to all
points in the United States.
i'ot further particulars regarding Piuigbt
or PusMiguupply to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
CH-W General Agents.
i3 irK',f'i t tiGv A
Hawaiian garflware Co., L'll
Monday, Oct. 31, 1892.
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
Adopting modem forms in
business; going over to the
United States each year and
searching the different manu
factories for newest goods,
and a bit of haggling with the
dealers there enables us to se
cure bargains that would be
un thought ot it we depended
upon correspondence to help
us out. Beside this we have
men in San Francisco and
TMew York whose business it
is to spend all their time look
ing up tilings that will suit our
trade. By 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
Last 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 11 give you
a remedy, a sort of counter
irritant: hiung 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 Table 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. 1 his 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 rubber complex
ion against a piece of No. 2
The attention of very young
babies is called to the assort
ment of puff boxes imported
lor 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
Ojipo, Sprockets' lilock,
By Jas. F. Morgan.
On SATURDAY, Nov. 12th,
AT 12 O'OLOGlv NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, 1 will sell
nt Public Auction tho
Of tho Kitnto of .lames Jlarrls,
1 All that portion of It. 1. 1 12, I,. C. A.
lf)!)2, to Kano, by deed of Almll and l'ae
kukui to said .la. Harris. The above Pro
perty fronts on tho easterly sido of Kort
street, bclOw Kukui street, and is occupied
in jmrl by Chinese stores and by thulato
rcMidcni'o of said .las. Harris, deceased.
2 Kulcana in Koohmioko
Oabu, now leaded.
3 A Kulcana at Hououlluli, Ewa.
Tho above Properties oiler a very desira
ble chance for Investment. The Property
on Kort street is now partly nndor rent,
making an assured income.
XWfcKor further particulars apply to
Jas. 2T. Morgan,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, I will sell at Public
100 Boxes Bell Flower Apples
Just Keceived per "Australia."
Bruce & A. J. Cartwriglit.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rpiIAT PLEASANT SUB
urban Cottage on Nnu-
residence of Mr. Thonias'Siis
Sorcnson, nicely appointed and with agree
able surroundings, suited to u small family
and within an easy remove from tho heat
of the City. Terms $18 per month.
A NICE COTTAOE WITH
pleasant grounds on
Iturctimia street, n few doors
from Kcemiiuoku street, re-l
eently occupied bv Mrs. Carney, ontrances
from'Young and llerctauia streets. House,
Stables and Outhouses all complete, and
in first-class order. Street Cars pass the
front door every twenty minutes. Terms
$22 per month, including water rates.
NOTE llofore seeking or closing bur
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at onco Consult tbe under
signed at their office.
X3F'a keop property in first-class con
dition. Our tonus aro" moderate and as
landlords wo will always be found reason
able in our dealings.
Ctit Apply iu e.icli case to
BRUC" or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwriglit L.tilding," Merchant street.
To Lut or Leaso.
rPA T T?rp DWELLING 20!) KOKT
A J JUJQi JL street, contains!; lf.ooms
and Hath. Largo Yard and Cottage for
servants. Applv to
THKO. V. LANSING,
Wa-Iit with M. Phillips & Co.
rpWO NIOKLY KUlt
JL nisbc 1 Hooms, cen
trally located. Iinuiiio at
Uuu.KilN Olliee. :l-tf
DUVAL PltEMISES, 31
Ueretania street, op
posite l''ort street church.
Apply to Jl. I. MM, 11'
At Tbeo. H. Davies it Co.
"VrKW HOUSE OV FIVE
Li rooms, on Magazine
street, with llathroom, pat
ent W. 0.. eta. Commands
one of the finest views iu Honolulu. Applv
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS. '
A COTTAGE ON NUUANU ffJt, j
street, No. UK), Six Hooms jftB
and a llathroom, Outhouses. USSKU;
etc.. all in good Order. Kent only $20, in
cluding water rates. Also a Cottage in tho"
rear of above, at $12. Apply at this ofliee.
A NICE COTTAGE ON
Ueretania street, near
Piikoi street, containing
Parlor, 2 lledrooms, llatli-
room, Dlningroom, Pantry and Kite
Servant's room, Carriage House, Stable
Trameais pass every 20 lninutes. App
olliee of tills naiier. -iris
FOR, SALE or LEASE
Promises lately occu
pied by Mr. E. Sithr, will
bo for sale or lease at rea
sonable nrieo or rental. The (Irinnuiu ,.,..,
tain a variety of Fruit and Ornamental
'I rces. Tho Commodious Dwelling is well
furnished with modern improvements and
conveniences. Itoomy Ham and a 2-Kooui
Cottage for servants. Eor further particu
lars, apply to JOHN UNA,
Ollleo Inter-Islaud Steam Navigation
L. KONG- FEE,
Port street, next to Club Stables,
rT10!? Sutler and Manager of Goo
klm&Oo. Guiuantoes Good Pit and ltea
sonablu Prioes. Patronage solicited,
Sons of St George Picnic
On Saturday, Nov. 5th.
LIST OF S POUTS:
Uascball Match Combined team from
tho U. S. 8. lloston and -Alliance and a
shore team. Prizes Winners, $15; losers,
Man-of-war Knee. Money
ltacc, open to all. Money
Thoro will bo Twclvo Kaccs for Kovs and
Olrls. Good Prizes will bo.etvcn.
Music by tho Honolulu Qulntetto Club.
Trains will Loavo Honolulu at 1:45, 3,
4:35, 6 and 7.
Returning will Loavo tho Grovo 4:15, 5,
6:10, 8 and 11.
Dancing in the Pavilion!
Children, : :
The Season's Event !
Friday Evening, Nov. 4.
iilit Picnic & Dance
GIVEN IIV TItK
Healani Boat CM
Kor the purposo of securing funds for
the erection of
Round Trip Tickets, - $1.50
C0F Tickets to lie had of tho Members.
PICNIC and 1)111!
- fc,a ;t" "WH-itti
Members of Lodge Le Progres
de l'Oceanie No. 124,
HAVE DECIDED TO GIA'E A
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 19, 1892
For Yokohama !
Tho Nippon Tusen Kaisha's Steamship
" Yamashiro Maru"
Will leave this port for Yokohama direct
on or about
Kor nartieulars reuardlni! Preiuht
and Passage, apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
AN K W PI It ST-OL ASS PAM I LY H ATI I
iug Itesort has been opened at Wai
kiki under the obovs name hy Mrs. E. 0.
Itowj:, for the eoiufoit and convenience of
those wishing to enjoy a seu bath. It iu
situated a little beyond the Villa. Train
ears pass the gate.
N. l!,-Speeial arrangements have been
made for Family Picnics and Evening
lathing Parties. 603-t(
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