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THE DAILI BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2, 1892.
NVkiinekiivy, Nov. 'J.
S S Australia, Houdletto, from San Fran
cisco, Stiur L'ele from Malcawoli
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Stmr C II Bishop from Kataupapa
Wkdskiiiay, Nov. 2.
Ur S S Gaeliu, l'earne, for San Francisco at
.y p m
Vossels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr 0 H Bishop for I.aliaina, Kukuihaclo
and Hamakua, at 10 a lit
For San Francisco perS S Gaelie, Nov 1
Hon Paul Neumann, John M Davis, Mr
Geo McCord and 28 Japanese.
From Yokohama and Hongkong for San
Francisco via Honolulu, Nov 1 Mr and
Mrs Attenlmrv and infant, 1' lSlumer, Prof
Charlier, C W Collier, T K Denby, Mrs
Douglas, Miss Emma Fife, Geo Flood, Capt
Furber, Mrs Swan, O L Gorham, Dr and
Mrs Hepburn, Capt and Mrs It D Hitch
cock, Miss Hitchcock, Mr and Mrs Hooper
and 3 eliildrcn, H M Johnson, C'onrado ,lo
lusso, John Logan, Chung Hung and ser
vant, C V Matthews, J Mendelsson and
xonv J K Mitchell, C bhase. O II Jtnmsay,
E Keeps, Marquis Huilini, A L Itoston,
Iter J A Smith, H II Kirch.
From San Francisco per S S Australia,.
Nov 2 T F Agnow, Miss Edith Auld, Miss
Maud Auld, Dr V Avordam; John Duck,
Signor A de S Canavarro, Miss Clark, K K.
Cutter and wife, Jno J Donovan, Miss
Grace Garnett, Miss Green, M Green, Miss
iiaicn, ur j i. narnson, iur.s j js iiarrison,
W H Lever and wife, Master Lover, Mrs A
Lidgate and three children, Dr H L Parish,
HocTgkins Parker, MrsDr Longshore Potts,
W F Itoynblds, O H Kichardson, W ltick
ard, David llico and wife, It K ltogers, H
O ltoonie and wife, Francis Sinclair and
wife, Mrs F Sehlesinger, child and maid,
Win T Schmidt, H C fcSchmidt, W P Toler
and wife, W II Van Brunt and wife, C T
Wilder, G K Wildor and wife, Clias S
Weight, and Carl Woltcrs.
The schooner Aloha received sugar from
the steamer J A Cummins to-day.
Tho brig Lurliuo was to lenvo San Fran
cibco for Hilo about the first of this month.
The steamer C. It. Illshop will leave to
morrow for Lahaina, Kukuiliaele and ports
The i shipping in the harborbent their Hags
at half-mast to-day out of respect to the
late Mrs. Harrison.
Tho steamer Pete will leavo again on
Saturday with a cargo of lumber, coal and
machinery for Makawell and Waiiiica.
. The barkentino S. G. Wilder and the
bark Ceylon wore both to leavo San Fran
cisco on Oct. 20 for this port with general
The following are tho arrivals at San
KVancisco fiom the Hawaiian Islands: Oct.
25. bark Albert, 14 days from Honolulu;
schooner Anna, 20 duvs from Kahului;
Oct. 10, S. S. Australia; Oct. 12, barkentino
B. G. Wilder, 15 days from Honolulu; Oct.
11, tern J. G. North, Wj days from Malm
kona; Oct. 10, brigautiue J. I). Spreckels,
15 days from Kahului; Oct. 5, bark Ceylon,
20 days from Honolulu,
DKUNDAGE Injthis cltv, November 1,
1802, to the wire of N. W. llrundago, a
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
give a concert this ovoning at tho
Hawaiian Hotel; beginning at 7:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Maroh'-Herxaglieri . .. .Ellonberg
Overture Morning, Noon and .Night
.... ... . Suppe
Saxophone Solo Long, Long Ago .
Heminiscenccs of lielllni . . , .Godfrey
HouoAeNei, Wai Mupuiia. Ahea Oe.
Solo sung by Daniel Moe,
Selection Patience .. .Sullivan
Piccolo Solo Tho Humming Itird
Medley German Marches .Seidcnglauz
WulU Artist Life Strauss
A Total Eclipse.
There will bo a total eclipso of the
moon on Friday morning, November
1, visiblo at Honolulu, Tho first
contact with tho shadow proper, not
tho penumbra, takes place at 3:37 a.
in., tho beginning of tho total phaso
at -1:51 u. m., and tho end of the total
phaso at 5:35 a. in., or about throo
(jiiartors of an hour before sunrise.
Tho moon will sot still partially
eclipsed. Tho view of tho phono
jiionou is evidently reserved for early
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Politics is warming up in Iho
Diamond lload, 3 p. in. Weather
clear; wind, fresh northeast.
Tho Gaolic will leave for San
Francisco at i) o'clock to-night.
Marquis Kitdini is a through pas
songor on tho S. S. Gaelic for tho
Tho Misses Edith and Maud Auld
returned by tho Australia to-day for
Tho S. S. Gaolic brought twonty-
oiiila Jananoso from okolinmn for
Tho mail by tho S. S. Gaolic for
San Francisco will close at 7 o'clock
Tho Bullutin is indebted to Fursor
Laurio J. llj'an of tho Australia for
lato news favors.
Gardnor K. Wildor and bride, and
Charles T. Wildor arrived homo on
tho S. S. Australia to-day.
Tho S. S. Oceanic raised anchor at
about. 0 o'clock last ovoning for
Yokohama and Hongkong.
Miss K. Clark has returned by tho
Australia and will resumo dress
making at B. F. Ehlors & Co.
Fifteen Baptist and thirteen
Congregational missionaries woro
through passengers on tho S. S.
A battalion of U. S. marines and
bluejackets was landed this morning
for drill. Thoy marched up town
and out on tho plains.
Hon. Paul Noumann loaves for
Sau Francisco by tho S. S. Gaelic
this ovoning. Ho goes for much
nooded rest. Bon voyage.
A passenger by tho S. S. Aust ralia
to-day states confidently that Grovor
Cleveland will carry tho presidential
elections in tho United Statos.
Mrs. Dr. Longshore-Potts arrived
on tho S. S. Australia, and will give
hor first free lecture to-morrow
afternoon at tho Opera IIouso.
The band concert intended at tho
Hotel last night was put off by
special request of the Queen, on ac
count of tho death of tho wife of
Government and consular Hags aro
Hying al half-mast to-day out of
respect to tho memory of tho lato
Mrs. Harrison, wife of tho President
of tho United Statos.
A mooting of St. Andrew's Church
Association will bo hold at tho Ca
thedral schoolroom at 7:30 p. m. on
Thursday, tho 3d of Novombor. A
full attendance is desired.
All ladies who have not received
invitations to tho froo lecture by
Mrs. Longshore-Potts to-morrow
afternoon may secure seats in ad
vance ou application to L. J. Levey.
His Excellency J. Mott Smith,
Hawaiian Minister at Washington,
spent five daj's in Chicago on invita
tion with tho diplomatic corps to at
tend tho dedication of tho World's
Before Chief Justice Judd to-daj',
thirteen creditors proved their
claims amounting to $3!)0(.40 against
tho bankrupt cstato of A. L. Cron,
and F. W. McChosnoy was appointed
assignee under $500 bond.
F. G. Lonz, tho bicyclist, who
passed through on tho S. S. Oceanic
for Yokohama and Hongkong, was
up beforo Judgo Joachimsou on tho
25th iust. in Sau Francisco for dis
turbing tho quiet of tho night, but
was lot off in time to catch the
Mr. W. F. Boynolds. of tho Golden
Rule Bazaar, rot timed from a ilvintr
visit to tho Statos to-day. Ho has
ordered a largo selection of holiday
goods. Mr. Jioynolds has brought
with I'xim copies of Bov. II. H.
Govon's book entitled, "Sketches of
Hawaiian Scenery ami Life." Thoy
aro available at $1.50 a copy.
Mr. J. B. Maholin, Hawaiian Vice
Consul-Gonoral at San Francisco,
roports that tho scurvy on board tho
ship Hawaiian Islos was nothing
like bo bad as roportod by the quar
antine ollicor. Only three moil re
mained in hospital on October 2i,
The rest woro paid off, Tho sailors
spoke highly of thoir treatment by
Tho Friend for November contains
a largo amount of editorial opinion
and news. It argues that Hawaii
has stablo government, thinks tho
British annexation of tho Gilbort
group will work good, and supports
tho movement for tho Gothonborg
system as an advance toward more
complete reduction of tho liquor
ovil. Tho Friend roports that Mrs.
Mary Clement Loavitt, who conduct
ed a temperance campaign horo on
hor way round tho world in such
work, is coming to these islands to
spond tho winter.
Struck a Chinaman.
A woll known character named
Kiki was arrested Monday night on
Nuiianu street for assault and bat
tery on a Chinaman. Kiki has figur
ed in tho courts for tho past few
years and still seems to be in it. He
had gono into a coll'eo saloon and had
a oup of tea. After finishing his re
past ho walked up to tho counter
and struck a Chinaman.
In the Police Court yohtordny
morning ho pleaded that he was
drunk and did not know what he
was doing. The polico ollicor who
made tho arrest corroborated this
plea. Kiki wasHontenced to ton days'
imprisonment at hard labor and pay
S, S, Australia,
Steamer Australia, II. C. Houd
lotto commander, sailed from Sau
Francisco Oct. 2(ith, at 2 p. m. with
50 cabin and 10 steerage passengers,
and 12 bags mails. Encountered
modoratoly line weather with fresh
head winds, throughout the voyage.
Arrived at Honolulu November 2nd,
at 9 a. m.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Son Francisco, October 20, per S. S.
T11K DAItKKXKD WHITE HOUSE.
At 8 o'clock on tho night of tho
25th the Prosidont and tho entiro
family had retired, leaving the
watchers to thoir long vigil. Orders
woro given by Private Secretary Hal
ford not to disturb tho household
with messages or cards from anyone,
and hundreds who called simply loft
soino token of respect and wont
away. Among the callors woro
nearly all tho moinbors of tho Su
premo Court and pretty nearly
overy poison of social proiinnonco in
Dr. Scott, Mrs. Harrison's fathor,
notwithstanding his 1)3 years, bears
tho loss of his favorite daughter
with unexpected fortitude Mrs.
Dininiick broke tho news to him
gently when he rose shortly after
Of tho members of tho family tho
Prosidont shows most seriously the
effects of his long vigil. Ho is torri
bly changed. Palo and almost ema
ciated, ho looks like anything but
tho Prosidont Harrison whom every
body in Washington knows: but,
notwithstanding his appearance, it
is quito evident that tho President
is able to rise above tho trouble that
Ono of tho first renuosts or in
structions made by tho Prosidont
was that tho funeral services, what
ever thoir details might bo, should
bo strictly quiol. Mr. Harrison in
sisted that there should bo no dis
play of any kind, llo did not seo
tho necessity of it, because ho re
garded his wifo's funeral as a family
affair, pure and simple. In defer
ence to his wishes tjioso in charge
of tho funeral arrangements at
Washington will avoid anything in
tho way of ostentation. Tho cere
monies will bo simple in tho ex
treme. At tho President's suggestion tho
Stars and Stripes, which usually
iloat above tho White Houso, woro
not placed at half-mast, but instead
woro folded and put away. A simi
lar request was made of tho heads of
several departments. There is but
ono precedent to bo followed for tho
present case. It is that of tho death
of Prosidont Tylor's wife. At that
tinio it was decided that tho wife of
tho President, having no oilicial
position, should bo given no oilicial
recognition. In tho present instance,
howovor, tho departments will bo
closed on tho day of tho funeral in
order to give tho clerks an oppor
tunity to attend.
The funeral services will bo hold
Thursday. Thoy will bo conducted
in tho While Houso by Dr. Hamlin
of tho Church of tho Covenant,
whore the Presidential family are
communicants, and aftor tho services
tho remains aro to bo taken to tho
Pennsylvania Bailroad station, where
a special train will bo in waiting. It
will leavo Washington shortly aftor
noon and will be duo in Indiana
polis, where tho interment will take
place, some time Friday morning.
Among numberless letters and
despatches of condolence aro tho
"Balmoral Castle. Gonoral Harri
son, President United Stales, Wash
ington: I havo heard with deepest
regret of your sad loss and sincerely
sympathize with you in your griof.
"To Benjamin Harrison, Executivo
Mansion, Washington: 1 hasten to
assure you of my sincere svnmathv
in tho hour of your terrible bereave
ment. Giiovcit Cleveland."
A proposition in tho World's Fair
Commission to tako stops for chang
ing tho name of tho country to
Columbia was laid on tho table.
Tho stock of tho Western Union
Telegraph Company has been in
creased to .? 100,000,000.
John Biddulph Martin, England's
representative at tho World's Fair
and tho husband of Victoria Wood
hull, has boon sued for .$25,000
damages for slander by Dr. lleborn
Clalliu, whom Martin referred to as j
not amounting to anything, with '
other uncomplimentary remarks.
Prof. William Swinton, author of
tho school books bearing his name,
died suddenly in Now York of apo
plexy ou the 2lth. Ho was born in
Scotland on April 23, 1833. Prof.
Swinton taught in several institu
tions, and was tho author of many
works. Ho was war correspondent
for tho New York Times, and was
well versed in military knowledge.
John P. Boa of Minnesota, ex-Coniniaiidor-in-Chief
of the Grand
Army of tho Bepublic, has deserted
tho Bonublicnu party, savintr ho will
give Cleveland tlio first vote he has
over cast for a Democrat, His
change of heart was primarily
brought about by President Clove
land's vetoes of pension bills.
Patrick 12gan has denounced
Whitolaw Jtoid for his attacks on
Major McKinloy is making a cam
paign tour in (ho South.
A letter from Cleveland says those
who aro well informed have no ap
prehension as to tho outcome in
The San Francisco Chronicle de
mands the recall of Consul-Gonoral
Severance at Honolulu and Consular
Agont Furnoaii.v at Hilo, in case tho
charges of tho Win. A. Campbell
survivors prove true.
The Sau Francisco Examiner of
October 21 has a bitter attack on
tho American representatives at Ho
nolulu for thoir conduct in connec
tion with tho Win. A. Campbell ship
wreck, Among other things it says,
"Their only concern was for thoir
gold-laced oilicial dignity, and their
attitude regarding tho criticism of
tho oilicial nowspapor was better
lilted to tho Minister Plenipoten
tiary of the Tsar of all tho Kusaias
than tho representatives of a nation
which has for one of its foundation
principles tho freedom of the press."
A court of inquiry has been order
ed io moot at tho Maro Island yard
November 3d on Captain Johnson
of tho Mohican, Tho court will fix
tho blamo for tho Mohican's mishaps
between Pugot Sound and San Fran
cisco. Sho grounded twico on hor
way down, carrying away part of hor
falso keel. Thoi court is to consist
of Captain Howison, Captain Kemp
and Commander Glass, with Lieute
nant Karmany Judgo Advocate.
Tho Iniiian Lino Steamship Com
pany has made all arrangements to
trausfor its eastern terminal from
Liverpool to Southampton. On
March 3 tho City of Paris will make
her first voyage from that port.
Now piers, warehouses and shops
will bo erected in Southampton at a
cost of 1,800,000.
Queen Victoria will spend the win
ter at Biontina, olovon miles oast of
Tho Bolhschilds have secured
1,500,000 worth of bullion for Rus
sia without applying to tho Bank of
England. A strong demand for gold
It is reported that all tho traffic
on tho Danube at Vienna will bo
stopped on account of an outbreak
of cholera in tho outskiits of the
While Emperor William was at
Schoonbrunn ho had an interview
with tho Papal Nuncio Calimborti,
it is supposed on the military ques
tion. French forces in Dahomey aro
waiting for more troops. There is
an uneasy rumor to the effect that
Col. Dodds was surrounded by tho
A grand feature of tho reconsecra
tion of tho Luther Memorial Church
at Wittenberg, which will tako place
on October 31st, will bo a procession
into tho church through the door to
which Luther nailed his celebrated
theses against the doctrino of indul
gences. This procession will com
prise Emperor William and other
sovereign princes of Gorman-, and
it promises to lie a spectacle or great
splendor. Trumpeters will bo sta
tioned in tho steeple, and as tho
procession crosos tho historic thres
hold will play "Ein Fost Burg."
Aftor tho service in tho church tho
royal faniiby will go to tho houso in
which Luther lived and inscribe
thoir names in tho visitors' album.
Tho Supremo Protestant Council of
Prussia ordered memorial sermons
to bo preached in all tho pulpits
within its jurisdiction. Tho greater
part of tho cost of restoring tho
church was borne by Emperor Wil
liam. At tho roconsecration ceremonies
will bo present tho representatives
of all the foreign Protestant sover
eigns, who will tako part in tho
grand procession. Tho Duke of
York, presumptive heirtytho throno
of Great Britain, will represent
It is expected at Caracas that
Minister Scruggs of tho United
Statos will soon recognize General
Crespo as provisional governor of
Venezuela. Tho representatives of
soyoral other countries will- follow
suit. Franco, whoso Minister has
sympathized with tho lato govern
ment, will withhold tho opening of
relations until Congress shall havo
mot and installed a constitutional
government, and German' and Bri
tain will probably do likewise.
Ono of tho first acts of Gonoral
Crospo's now Foreign Ministor was
to retire tho exequatur of Morales,
French consular agent at LaGuayra,
for having aided tho lato govern
ment forcos in tho war. Morales'
action in aidinir fugitives and con
cealing Crespo's enemies in tho con
sular ollico oxcitod not only the un
favorable comment of tho Venezue
lans, but became subject to open
censure by Admiral Walker and tho
commanders of other foreign war
ships in tho port of La Guayra at
In discussing Venezuelan affairs
recently a well-known French jour
nalist predicted a bloody war with
Colombia over the Venezuelan boun
dary question, and that ere five years
Cuidad, Bolivar and the entiro east
ern shore of tho Orinoco would bo
gobbled up by the British.
In a mountain ramble near La
Guayra on tho evening of October
1 tli tlireo ot tho flagship Glucagon
men, named Ilobortson, Symington
and Morgan, mot with a serious ac
cident. Thoy had climbed to a sloop
precipice and were seated ou a big
rock. A slight shock of earthquake
loosened the stono and sent them
whirling over tho precipice. Mor
gan, who, after a fall of 100 feet
amid crumbling stones and a mountain-side
brush, lodged ou top of a
tree fifty feet high, miraculously es
caped with some broken bones and
a bruised body. Symington was
badly bruised up, and had his hand
broken, while Bobeitson escaped un
hurt. Movomonta of Oruisors,
Thu S. F. Chronicle or Ocl. 2(ith
coutaiiiH tho following:
Tho Nitvy Doinitiuuiit Ihih learned
Unit ordurrt riotaining tho Boston nt
Honolulu arrived I horo in advnnco
of thoso hont by tho Alliance direct
ing hor to sail at. onco for Acapulco
to join Roar Admiral Ghorardi'n
It had boon fon rod that kIio would
got away boforo tho countermanded
ordure arrived and thus leavo Ameri
can interests thoro without proper
protection. lioth tho Boston and
Alliance are now in the harbor at
Honolulu, and as lato advices show
no improvement in tho situation
they will bo ltept there for home
Mr. W. M. Terry, who has been in
tho drug business at Klkton, Ky., for
tho past twolvo years, says: "Chain
borlaiu's Cough Heinody gives bettor
satisfaction than any other cough
medicine I have over sold." There
is good reason for this. No other
will cure a cold so quickly; no other
is so certain a preventive and cure
for croup; no other allbrds so inuoli
reliof in cubes of whooping cough.
For bale by all dealers. Honson,
Smith !c Co., Agents for tho Hawaii
I an Iblauds,
WHY YOl' SHOtM.l) TAKE
'wonjiijvtmijADox.y ; ;
j (Tfstoloss Effectual.) j;
0 i rii
;8!LE8US asid NERVOUS!
J DISORDERS. :
J Sncli is Rlrk ilentfaclie Wind and Pain In t! !
eSlinnch (Ji litmcs-i, nillneii. Swelling afler J ;
jMe.ils llmlnes. Urovulnesi, Chilli. Fluih.
j Ings of HeM. Loss of Appetite, Shortness of ',
Breath. Coilivencss. Scurty, Ololches on Ih9 ;
J Skin, nnlinheil Sleep, Frightful Dreams, Alt ,
;Nirvotit and Trmhlinq Sensatlcns. and lr-';
!! regularities Incidental to Ladles. !
i ; Oovere i with a Tasteless a&il Solnblo Ooatlng. j ;
' Of all druggists. 1'rlcc 2." cents a Ilox. J
!, New York I)cpnt,is Canal St. S
Hobron. Newman & Co.
OOnNKll KOltT AX I) K1XI1 STIIKUTS.
I in rwrljit (if tho ImlU of
&- von Tin: season -sat
With hahuu'c ONpectpil daily, which will
eniiblo it to liri'-unt its uMitil uiiiMiualli'il
claims to holiday intrvhifurs, not only for
variety of selections, hut for honest oualitv
at prices that cannot fail to ntifv all
$CSF Do not lie, misled with claji-tiap
adverti-ements of cheao goods.
Svnta C't.vus' lIi:iii)u.KTi:its has dealt
honestly hy the public for over V'tl v oars,
and is iliirvinj the fonlldenee anil sup
port of tho public.
Opening Day will be Duly Announced.
THOS. G-. THRUM,
10G Fort St.,
(Mill Railway A Uml
rpilKlti: WIM,IK A SPKCIAI, MHKT
X inir of the Stockholders of the Onbii
Kailuuy ,fc Land t'o. held in the Chamber
of ComiiuMcu, in Honolulu
On SATURDAY, Nov. 5, 1892 j
AT !):30 O'CLOCK A. M.. i
to consider the question of lefunding the j
bonded debt of the Coiiinanr : the oteii- I
slon of thu Kallroad to or toward Kahuku:
the borrowing money for said purpo-e, anil
the Issue of a new deed of trust.
v. (j. amili:y,
Honolulu, Xov. 1, l. ftil-nt
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
At the nr.oui.Ait eoxvnxTiox ok
Mystic Lodge. No. '.', Knights of
Tythias, to be held THIS (W'edne-dav)
KYKNINO, this Amplified Third Itank
will be. conferred. All Knights ipinlillcd
am cordially invited to bo present.
1'cr order of the 0, (
A. V.OKA It,
.rxll-lt K. of It. A: S.
VTOTIOK IS HUllKllV (11VMN THAT
Ll Sa Koo has sold out his ouii-thiril in
terest in a curtain indenture made hy Mrs.
Catharlnu l'chlkulani Auld, leasing to Ah
Koo, Sa Too ami Ah Chun curtain lauds
situate, at Kalia, Waiklkl, Komi, O.ihu,
described in said Indenture, to Kam Loy,
and that thu said Sa Loy will not bo res
ponsible for an v of thu debts of thu lessees
of thu said hinds. ,SA KOO.
Honolulu, Nov. 'J, Ib!J.'. H-1w
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
a ttiu: anni'al.mi:i:ti.n(i okthi
XV. Stockholders of the Walauao Co. lie!
this date, tho following geiitluiuen wer
duly elected to survu as olllccrs for tho 'i
Hon. II. A. Wide maun President,
Hon. (1. X. Wilfc Vicn-1'rusidimt,
Hon. C. O. llurger . . .Secretary,
A. Jacner. Treasurer,
.I..M. Dmvtett . . Auditor.
Honolulu, Oct. Ill, lh!K. HL'-hv
election of officers.
At tiik annual m i:i:ti no ok thi:
llumuula tiliecii .Station Company
held this day, tho following Olllcurs ucre
elected for thu eiiHiiiug jean
August Hunching . President,
Armiii Ilauebuig Vicc-Piosidenl,
Kd. Kuhr Heoiutary iV TreiiMincr,
Arniln Ilancberg Auditor.
Honolulu, Ocl. :j iwi.'. wu-hv
15 Pair of Working Oxen
U&- Applj to
aiMtt H A. WIDU.MANN.
Subscribe for the IKiily Hulk tin, 50
cents per month,
Office of D. 11. Iturnhatn, Chief of Comlrue lion, World's)
Columbian Exposition, Jl.'S The Hookcry, Chicago, j
May 9, 1892.
M. A. SKK1) miV PLATE CO.,
SI. Louis, Mo,
My last order for Plates arrived very promptly. Please aceept
thanks for briny so prompt.
I wish Io state, that 1 am Usiny your Plates crclusiiely for all
work done on these grounds for the official rtconl of construction. '
Of course comment by a to the, good (utilities of the Seed i
Plaid are entirely unnecessary.
c. i). Aiixoi.n,
The Seed Plates
RT -A.R.E FOR SALE OlsTLlT BY
109 Fort Street,
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
Have you seen the Xew Hainan
Jlav iou seen the Aialil downs
IJlave you seen the A'rie Art Silki
Sachs' Store t
iJlare you seen the Monxqurtuirc
Pair at Sachs' Store 1
j Have you seen the AVie Silk
Do you know that the Latest Xovi -
always lie found at Sachs' Store f
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
1IY LAST STKAMKl! A KILL LINK OP
BLACK (3-OOHDS I
.A.S FOLLO-WS :
Itlaek Caslnneie 12-inch wide, "0 cents per I IJlaek, Cotton, Silk itml Kid Glows in all
yard and upwards. i s'rcs.
Black India Lawn, lllack French l.nwn. lllaek Stockings for Ladies and Children,
lllack Satteen in l'lain and Kigutcd. I lllack Sill. Warp llciirictto Cloths,
lilack Calico in Plain and Kigurcd. Ktc, Ktc, Ktc, Ktc.
B. F. EHLERS &
lt& Dressmaking under thu management of .Miss K. CLAltK.
(NEW IH'M.ETIN I1LOCK, MIllK'ilANT .STItUITT)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY 1IUS1NKSS K.NTKUsTKU TO Mil WILL nKCHlVK. l'KOMJ'T ATI KXTION.
L. .1. l.i:vr.Y,
A. M. Longshore-Potts,
The Kiniueiit Quakeress Graduate of tho
Woman's Medical College.
WILL LLCTUKi: ON -
Health & Disease
OUT TO WOMEN ONLY&st
- AH 1 III. LOU s: -
November 3, 4, 5, 7 and 8,
.A.T S:30 P. Tutl.
tm- Kir-d lecture KltKK. lteerved
Boats without charge, at L. J. Uivuy's
tV Magnificent Colored Htereopticon
VIuui) of Subjects I)iscusfed. Also, of
Art and Travel.
IV llest Beats held for holders of
$5 HE WARD
rnjIK AHOVn itn
X. ward is otl'i'i eil forthe
return of a JS-jcnr old
f.iMii1 Kltillliti, lirim.li.il
with a llu'iiro similar Io ,j&ir,
an acoof clubs under tho inane, to the
Government Btahles. MIsmsJ last Krldav
aftoriioou with a rope attached.
ftW-t!t JAMKS KA.MAKA.
rpilK IINl)i:ilBI(l.N'i:n HAS (S1VK.S
J full power of attorney in W. 1 Alien
lo act for hint In all matters of hupimias.
All parlies Indebted to the undersigned
not settling hy (ho ,'ith of November will
A. It. ItOWAT, V. S.
Honolulu, Oct, ai, 1MI. 6Jl-at
Daily Jlulletin, 00 cents a month,
Htonolialta, EC. I.
Sashes at jV. S. Sachs' Shire? I
that urcxtlliiKi for tfl.ULI at Sacjit
for Drapes and Fancy Work utl
' ' I
I'udresscd Kid dloves for $1.60 i
Striped and Polka Dot Vhaitles at
lties and Most Stylish (loads can
CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
L. .1. Li: i.,
i. Chas. Harrison, ffl. D.
tsST TO HEN ONLY "KHl
Thursday & Monday Nights
NOV. 3d & 7Ui,
.A.T B O'CLOCK,
X& Kirst lecture K1M.I!. Scvond l'c
turo "i") Cents, llesorvcd Beats for both
Lectures at L, .1. Levey's olllce.
IV Tho l'incst Colored Dissolving
Btcieoplicon Views in the world are iiseil
to Illustrate these lectures. Views of Sub
jects Discussed; also of Art and Travel.
"Dr. Harrison lias the hannv faculty of
being very humorous in dealing with weigh
ty subjects." .V. 1'. Herald,
" Dr. J. 0. HarrlMin's lectures ant In
valuable, being instructive, moral and
amusing." Ilentv Want Ittrcher.
CAN UK KOUND AT
33 Boretcvnia. Street,
Prepared to do any work in his line.
Mutual Tele. 239, - -P.O. Box 308.
OOLDIIS OIOAKKTI'K UAHi:. A
J reward of 10 will be paid to llmlcr
who will return it to
MIL V.. It. HOHWAHAOH,
Mn-.'it Hawaiian Hotel.
The Daily liulletln is delivered by
curriers for 00 cents per month.
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