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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, NOV. 4, 1892.
Km hay, Nov. 4.
Stmr V Q Holl from Maul nnd Hawaii
Btmr J A Cummins from Koolim
FlIlllAY, Nov. 1.
Btm'r l'olo for Vnlinoa nml Mnkauoll
Carjjoos from Island Ports.
Btmr AV 0 Hnll-tllOO bags sugar, 102 bags
coireo, 118 bags nwn, 25 lioad cattle, 1
horso, Wl bills hides ami 100 likgs sun
Krom Maul and Hawaii per stmr W G
iiuuiiiuv iiun .i itmiuuiiu, voi o -norns.
nnd 47 deck
The steamer Telo loft this afternoon for
MnkuucU u Ith 70,000 feet of lumber and
100 tons of coal.
The steamer J. A. Cummins returned
from tho other side of tlie island, and will
leavo ngain with a load of fertilizer.
Customs olUccrs have been kopt verv
busy these two days puncturing goods
which nrrlved by tho Gaelic from tho Ori
eiit,"in search of dope.
Root Beor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agouts.
Sunburn rolioved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
stroot, tho store fonnorly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Future locturo dates of Airs. Longshore-Potts,
M. D., aro given in this
issuo. Tickets at L. J. Lovoy's.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho .Aloha Gallory, Sovorin te
Bolster, Fort streot. Amateur work
Notico is given of the auction sales
of awa liconsos for "1893, to take
placo in tho different districts on tho
8th of December.
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic, difficult and
lingering cases of disease specially
solicited. Mutual Telephone 682.
An election for Noblo for Maui,
etc., to fill tho vacaucv causod bv
tho resignation of W. H. Cornwoll
will bo hold on Tuesday, November
A candy war has boon inaugurated
by Hobron, Newman & Co., who
hnvo bought tho outiro stock of Lud
wigson & Cron and propose to sell
it at half price.
An election for Roprosentativo to
fill tho vacancy caused by tho resig
nation of Jos. Nawahi will bo held
in tho District of South Hilo on
Tuesday, November 29.
Thoo. H. Davies & Co. have a
mammoth holiday announcement in
this issuo. The list of some of tho
'leading lines thoy carry is a largo
ono, yet does not contain a titho of
the branches of goods suitable for
gifts in their capacious stores.
An Esteemed Officer.
Doctor and Mrs. G-. C. Hepburn
weroontortainedon thoU.S.S. Boston
yoblorday by Lieut. Moore who is an
old friend of those distinguished
missionaries. Doctor Hepburn le
markod that "Lieut. E. K. Mooro is
a gentleman and a Christian in tho
highest sense of tho word, and that
his self-bacrifico in attending a
bi other oilicor who was stricken with
virulent small-pox in Yokohama won
for him innumerable friends." "In
fact," said tho venerable doctor, "E.
K. Moore left an unblomished record
in Japan and China and he will al
ways find a welcome in those coun
tries." Tho writer of tho abovo mot
faomo navy pooplo on tho Gaolic yes
terday and thoy spoko of Lieut.
Mooro and his wife as being among
tho most admired in tho service, and
that their names are synonymous
with all that is good and truo. Many
lottors havo boon lecoivod by Hono
lulu residents confirming just these
sentiments, and a long acquaintance
with Mr, Mooro and a short ono with
his wifo fully seconds all of those
reports, and it is very pleasant to
have such among us.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Baud, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
give a concert this evening at
Thomas Square beginning at 7:80
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March Ilubsburg ,., . ,. ,. Krai
Overture I,a Dame lllaucho Itoleldicu
Cornet Solo First Ixno, Neumann
Jtemiuisceuces of Wobor . . Godfrey
Ho Lei no I.lllu. Moaula. la 1'ulo inn
(Solo sung by Solomon Hiram.)
1'ABT u .
Selection I.o Traviata Vordi
li-Clarinet Solo Louisa Miller liorguon
Beloctlon Stradella, ,. . ,, ,...,.. Klotow
Galop Iris Faust
Are your children subject to croup?
If so, you should novor bo without
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It is a certain cure for
croup, and has never boon known to
fail. If given freoly as soon as tho
croupy cough appoars it will pro
vent tho attack. It is tho solo reli
ance with thousands of mothers who
hove croupy children, and novor dis
appoints thorn. There is uo danger
in giving this Remedy in largo and
frequent doses, as it contains nothing
injurious. 50 cont bottles for salo
by all doalors. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
ur l.iiulloy, Mr McLaughlin, 0 Stoecklo, J
Orowdcr, 8 II Kanukai, Mm A L Toiun, Q
Whueler, K J Kytun Walker, 8 Clark, J
Clark nnd W Clark, Mrs U Hatlleld, J W
Kiuilmoku. 12 W Jones. Sirs Kauelmual
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Hon, J. Kauhano was a passenger
by tho W. G. Hall this afternoon.
Ono caso of drunkenness helped
tho Treasury by $2 this morning.
Tho picnic of tho Hoalani Boat
Club takes placo this evening at Ro
Plonty of rain with good growing
woalhor has prevailed at Kona, Ha
waii, for tho past wook.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Weather
clear; wind, fresh northeast; steam
er W. G. Hall off port.
A sailing raco took placo this
morning between four tint tors from
tho U. . cruiser Boston.
An elderly and infirm native cou
ple woro taken to Lunalilo Home
this afternoon, boing poor and holp
loss. Tho Rev. Edmund Willis, a bro
ther of Bishop Willis of Honolulu,
died Soptombor 27th at Horsham,
Last trains for tho Hoalani picnic
this ovouiug will loavo at 7 and 7:30,
and for town will loavo Romond
Grovo at 10 and 11.
Tho Oahu Railway & Land Co.
will hold a special meeting in tho
Chamber of Commerce room to-morrow
morning at 9:30 o'clock.
Dr. Harrison's last locturo to men
only will bo given Mondav evening,
on "Specific Disoasos, thoir Causes
and Curos." Tickots, 25 cents.
Lt. Commandor Rich, U. S. N.,
lato commandor of tho U. S. S. Alli
anco, returns to tho States by tho S.
S. Australia on Wednesday next.
It was a native boatboy who struck
tho Boston sailor yesterday aftor
noon at tho landing. He made
tracks after doing the act, and could
not bo found.
Marcus Hare, from whoso side ,n
cancer was successfully removed
some time ago, is now able to go
out, having recovered from the of
fects of tho operation.
In honor of tho birthday of tho
Emporor of Japan Mr. G. O. Naca
yauia, Inspector-General of Japa
nese immigrants, entertained a largo
number of friends at his rosidonco
Two slight shocks of earthquake
woro felt at Kau, Hawaii, on Mon
day ovoning about G o'clock. Polo
sooms to bo getting hor monkoy up,
and wishes 'to show that sho is still
Annie Charlie, tho woman arrest
ed . yesterday morning for singing
"Annie Roonoy," was lined $-1 in tho
Police Court this morning. Tho
charco was disturbing tho nuiot of
A Chinaman was thrown from a
spirited chestnut horso on Punch
bowl streot this morning. With tho
excoption of a fow slight scratches
ho escaped "unhurt. John will por
sist in bestriding tho fiery stood.
Captains Wiltso ' and Whiting,
commanding tho U. S. S.'s Boston
and Alliance respectively, Chiof Jus
tice Judd, Hon. L. A. Thurston and
Mr. C. L. Carter took an excursion
to Pearl Harbor in the j'acht Hawaii
Tho band will givo a moonlight
concert at Thomas Square this even
ing. Tho concert at Makeo Island
last ovoning was enjoyed by a largo
number of people. Two tramcars
woro run each way to accoinmodato
Tho stabbing affray caso will como
up in tho Police Court? to-nioriow
morning. A surprise is hinted at by
tho knowing ones with regard to tho
identity of tho ono who did tho deed.
W. Walker, it. is claimed, did not do
A "native named John Mike and a
Chinaman named Chin On v,oio ar
rested yostorday for affray. Mike
forfeited &25 in tho Polico Court this
morning, and Chin On got off
lightly. Ho appoaiod in Court and
pleaded guilty, and was fined 1 and
Tho Guion Lino steamors Alaska
and Arizona, of Atlantic fame, ha e
boon chartered by tho Northern
Pacific It. R. Co. to run in a now lino
between Tacoma and China and
Japan. Thoy will -bo entirely re
fitted and supplied with now triple
Tho photograph of tho Hoalani
Boat Club's victorius six-oared crow,
exhibited in tho Pacific Hardware
Co.'s window prior to boing taken to
Romond Grovo, was made by J. J.
Williams. Its franio is furnished by
tho Pacific Hardware Co., aud tho
lettering is by Viggo Jacob&on, de
signed by C. V. Maofarlano.
Tho band and bannor at tho fun
eral of Camara woio furnished by
tho St. Antonio Socioty, while the
organization conducting tho funeral
was tho Lusitana Socioty. Tho fun
eral was from tho Lusitrfna's hall on
Alapai streot. A bylaw of tho St.
Antonio requires its bannor to bo
carried at tho funerals of Portu
guese. The eclipso of tho moon this
morning was remarkably beautiful.
At tho Btago of greatest obscuration
a bright silvor Btroak was loft on tho
sido next our north. Tho low or part
of tho moon took on a shimmering
reddish hue, as if catching the re
flection of tho dawn then glowing in
our east. An inky shado covered
tho uppor part of tho moon. Tho
sight was quito weird.
Mr. Ghorard J. Bomford, of Tas
mania, member Australian Institute
of Journalists, stopped over from
tho last through steamer from the
Colonies ou his way to tho United
States where ho will do tho World's
Fair. Ho is going to tako a walk
round this island in company with
Mr. Perkins, a visiting naturalist
from England, before leaving on tho
Australia. Mr. Bomford showed
several books of Tasmanian views at
tho St. Andrew's Church Associa
tion's social last night. Thoy are
uowon viow at tho Bulletik ofllce.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.
PIANO LAMPS SALAD BOWLS
Velvet Pile Center Rugs,
Smyrna Center Rugs,
CHINA DINNER SETS,
China Breakfast Sets,
China Tea Sets,
. China Mush Sets,
Embroidered Carving Cloths,
Lawn Tennis Sets,
Royal Worcester Vases,
Crown Derby Vases,
Japanese Satsuma Vases
1 Imari Vases,
SPEOIAL DISFI-j.A.Y OF
McLaughlin's -- Children's -'- Books !
& HOLIDAY DISPLAY
"New Year Cards,
Open Work Handkerchiefs,
NOW TO HAND
Cut Glass Ware,
Sai iJLiJLbIh EkB
Point Lace Handkerchiefs,
Limerick Lace Handkerchiefs
Embroidered Silk Hosiery,
Wakefield Rattan Chairs,
ELECTROPLATE TEA SETS
Electi opiate Fancy Ware.
Thanksgiving and Xmas !
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed ou Cooked Food
roit Tin: past
Elegant Condition, for the Ta-Tole I
Wo do not oiler fekolnton Hirdi fornlc nt $1 W) n niece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed a-xicl Iced. If Desired
and DiMvr.uii) Tin: mokxino or day rou usi:
Vfc- I.Ivo Weight of lllrds varjing from 12 to 20 ll. -M
UPrioes to Sioit E-veryToody !
FOR SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
OJIicr of I), jr. iiiiriimm, Chief of Construction, World's
Columbian Exposition, 11-0 The Rookery, Chiiivo.
May 0, 1S02.
if. A. SEED DRV PLATE CO.,
St. Iiouis, Mo. ,
My lust order for 1'laten arrived very promptly. Please accept
thanks for being so prompt. . ,
r ivish to .state, that I am usiny your Plates exclusiiely for all
iiork done on these yrounds for the official rtcoid of construction.
Of course comment by me as to the yond nnaUtii s of the Seed
Plate are entinly unnecessary.
C. D. ARXOI.D,
The Seed Plates
kt .a.:r.:e: for, sale oinxjY bit
109 Fort Street,
104 Fort Street, Honolulix.
I Have you seen the New Jlomap Saslns at X. S. Sachs' Store t
!llave you seen the Xnht (lawns tlnil are setlimj for $'.0U at Sachs'
Store 1 '
i Have you t,-rn the Xcw Art Sills for Jlrapix and Eaiun Work at
Sachs' Store t I
i Have you seen the Monsijuelune t'ndressal A'ld (limes Jor -fl.til) a
Pair at Sachs' Storet I
Illaie iuit c'i the Xew Sill: Stripul and Polka DM Chutlles ati
Sachs' Store f
Do you know lliat the lMt(st Xovilties and Most stylish (loads imi
nhcays he found at Sachs' Storet
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
11Y LAST STi:.VMi;it A FULl, LINK 01
BLAOZ G-OODS I
A.3 FOLjLiOWS :
Waul: ("iitlnncrti l.'-lncli wido, SO ri'iitw per
uinl nnd iitmurdH.
lllm'k India Law ii. lllack l'rencli I-inwi.
IMack b.ittfcn in 1'laln and l'lurcnl.
lSUu'k CalU'o in Huln and l'lgurvd.
B. F. EHLERS &
B Dreisinaklnt; under tlio imimiHOiiiuut of Mikh K. (MjAHK.
(m:v uui.m:iin lu.ot'K, mpiiciiant HTitr.rrr)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY HUSINI'SS KNTRUhi'lJIl TO MIJ Wild, ItKOI'IVi: I'JtOMl'l ATTENTION.
By vihtui: or a whit ok r.xr.cr
tlon iuniii'd out id tint Collect oiirt. on
tho mil day of Oetolier, A. I). In!l, ii)aiiiht
Iliinto Join iKimcio, dtfendant, in favor of
non-alvi' t it., idiiintill, for thu mini of
tlOH.'il, I liawi levied iitxiii and tdiull uxixmu
for Hale at the 1'ollcii Station, in the District
of lloiioliiln. Inland of Oiilm, at 1J u'eloyJc of
1). Ih'iJ, to tliolilKliuMt bidder, all thuTlftht,
title and Inlere-t of the Mild llento' Jo,-e
lKliucio, defendant, in nnd to the follow Inj;
iroiicrt, unlem wild ludmnont, Interest,
i o-its anil my oxiienxus fie (irevloiulj jiaid.
l.istof iruivriy fur mini
Sundry (Iroeurins C'nw'ki'ry, eti1., xtock ill
trade of' aforesaid ltento Jomi lnaclo. 1
Show Vuko, 'Z tfealcs and Weight?, and 1
Wagon, and 1 Set of Old llame.-s.
(Signtil) O. II. WHJiO.V,
Honolulu, Cot. 15, 1SVJ, 001-lt
six months ix
Honolulu, H. I.
Black, Cotton, Silk ami Kid Olovi-s in all
lllack Stockings for I.tdlus mid l.'lilldrcn,
lllack Silk Want JlcnrMtii ('lotlm,
l'Ac litis., l'tc, lite.
CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
1 Y YIHTUi: OK A W'M'V OK l'.XUri'-
tion (sitied out of (lie l'olieu Court, on
tint lr-tdavof OctoUir, A. 1). IK1J, aualnt
r. SaeliH, ifofiinilant, in fawirof O, Trims
heiui, iil.ilntltl, for tint Mini of JHiO.sl, 1
have levied upon and hIiiiII ei.o-e for sale
at the I'olii'c htatiim, in the DlMrltt of
Jlonoliilii, Inland of Oahu, at l'-' o'clock of
SATIHIDAY, tin) rniiduvof NiiwiiiIht.
A. D. INI-', to the hlKhe.it Idddcr, all the
rlnht, title and luterent of the raid .S.
hjiudn,, defendant, in and to tint following
jiroKirtj, linlosi aid iudHiiient, Intent,
eoitH and niy I'SIr'umh he nrnvioill paid,
l.int of iiroiiert v for kiIu:
1 Trunk vtftli iintentc.
(BIkihM) 0, 11. WlLbOX,
Honolulit, Oit, .'.', IpOJ. fl-lt
77m Daily lluUetln is delirred by
curriers for 50 cents per wioiift,