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SATURDAY, NOV. 5, 1892.
Satuiiiiay, Nov. 5.
Stmr Mokolll from Muloknl
Stmr Wainmtiftlo trnin Mnut and Molokal
Vossols lionving Monday.
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl nt 5 11 m
Stmr Waiiunnalo for Moloknl and Mnul
Tho U. 8. S. Alliance commenced coaling
to-day from II. Hoekfeld ,t Co.'s scows.
Tlie Island steamers report abundance of
mill in several districts.
The bark S. 0. Allen has beon moved
down to the Inter-Island wharf to receive
Tho schooner Kn Ilae Hawaii has been
toppled over near the llsh mnrket wharf to
allow of ller bottom being cleaned.
0. It. & L. CO.
Important Meeting of Stockholders -Prospects
A special mooting of. tho stock
holders of tho Oahu Raihvnj' & Land
Company was hold at tho Chamber
of. Uommorco this forenoon. Mr.
John H. Paty, President, presided.
Mr. W. G. Ashley, Secretary, gave
all required information to tho moot
ing. Tho object of tho mooting was
to consider tho quostion'of issuing a
now trust deed and extending tho
railway further around tho island.
General H. I. Willoy of San Fran
cisco, representing tho Lancashire
Investment Company having its Am
erican headquarters in Now York,
was introduced to tho mooting by
Mr. Ashley. General "Willoy said
that while ho had been hero ho had
made a trip round tho islands, which
had mado him uory favorably im
pressed with tho country and its
rosourcos. As to stability, there was
nothing in tho situation to cause
serious concern. No political excite
ment existed hero to bo compared
with that attending tho presidential
eloction in tho United Slates. Ho
could not of course saj what would
bo tho result of his report to the
corporation ho represented.
Tho Gonoral's address created a
hopoftd feeling among tho stock
holders. Thoy decided to issue tho
now trust deed anfl put tho road
round tho island, provided that tho
requisite capital bo obtained under
tho ponding negotiations. Tho Gen
eral Manager, Mr. 13. P. Dillingham,
was authorized to proceed with his
negotiations to that ond in Now
York, and effect a loan not to oxceed
1,750,000 on tho company's pro
perty. m 9 p.
C. J. McCarthy lias lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith Si Oo.'a.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
3i od at once b' Ctt
Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 10.') Fort
streot, tlie store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
A liberal reward is offered for the
return of Postal Savings Bank No.
G027 and a niortgago for $.'500.
For island views and artist it- photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Severiu &
Bolster, Fort .street. Aiiiatour work
Mechanics' Homo, fS) mid til Hotel
streot. Lodging by day, week or
month 2fe. and fiOc. .a' night; ?1
and bl.25 a week.
In tho call for dm moiitlil.v meet
ing of tho P. B. dc L. Association
Monday evening it i hinted that
pavmeuts will be required in gold
Cabinet-making, bread hoard?,
pocket knives and smokeless powder
for sporting purposes make up tin
now budget of tho Hawaiian Jlnirt
waro Company to-day.
Wordy War of Wahines.
Peoplo ou their way homo to Pn
lania from the entertainment at tho
Opora Houso were treated to a d's
gracoful exhibition of vulgar and
abusive languago between two young
and dilapidated looking native dames
of tho lowd class Thursday night. It
commenced on King street bridge
and wound up at the Bay View
Resort, near the Railway Static n,
notwithstanding tho offort of tho
policeman ou that beat to quiet
clown tho racket. Bitter words of
halrod, jealousy and other allinitivo
toolings wore freely hurled by each
dnmo on tho other, and it ended, on
reaching their abode at the Bay
View, by the throwing out of one
damsel's skirts and chemises on tho
public road, followed by more
throats of physical harm to eacli one
of the wranglers, expressed with
groat vim in murdored English.
Such unseemly conduct on the pub
lic streot should lie vigorously put n
stop to, in tho interest of tho public.
For tho Season.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co. art) dis
playing Dinhor, Breakfast, Cliambor
and Tea Sots in Donlton Ware and
Copoland; oxamplos Mtitablo for
presents in Hnviland, Copoland,
oyal Woreo&tor, Royal Devon and
Biscjnoj Bisque Figures; Rochester
Lamps; a few Fancy Clocks, and
many other articles.
llingham Buckets, plain and paint
ed, in nests. Every hoiisokuopor
Bhould have a supply of those.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests of
the most improved patterns.
Pictures and Picture Frames.
Picture Framing in all its branches
A visit to the art rooms is invited.
Tho band will give its regular
concert at Emma Squnro this after
noon. Tho Kaiulani Boat Club will hold
a meeting nt Honuaknha on Monday
evening at (i:30 o'clock.
Dr. Lindloy of Kona is in town,
and Mrs. Lindloy and child will re
turn with him by tho Hall on Tues
day. A memo almanac and a wall calen
dar of tho Royal Insurance Com
pany have beon received from Hon.
J. S. Walker.
Owing to a breakdown at the
elect rieal station yostorday afternoon
tho delivery of tho Bulletin was de
layed some timo.
Tho triafof William Walker and
James Corrio, charged with stabbing
a native, has boon put off again
until Monday morning.
In tho lottor of "Bushel" yester
day, tho year in which tho article in
tho Nu Hon referred to appeared
should have been 1872.
Don't forgot tho Sons of St. George
picnic at Romond Grovo to-day.
Tho last train for tho grovo will bo
at 7 o'clock, returning at 11 o'clock.
two natives nameu L'a aim Kniui
have boon arrested for stealing
chickens valued at $2. Thoy will
appear in tho Police Court on Mon
day. A poll for tho presidential election
will bo held at tho Golden Rule
Bazaar, Fort street, from 8 to fi
o'clock on Tuesday; registration on
At Dr. Hyde's residence t his even
ing tho Mission Children's Society
will debate tho question: "Is tho
British Rule in tho Gilbert Islands
Tho many friends of Mr. Geo. K.
Norton, tho popular foreman of
Hook & Ladder Co., II. F. D., will
regret to hear that he is again pros
trated with serious illness.
A Japanese woman named Schinge
decided to return to hor husband in
tho Polico Court this morning and
was discharged. Site was charged
with desertion by hor hubby.
A committee of natives wailed on
ller Majesty the Queon this morn
ing, with regard to tho formation of
a now Cabinet satisfactory to native
Hawaiiaus. It was an auti-Tlmrston
If you want anything from San
Francisco, just seo what tho S. F.
Examiner Purchasing Bureau offers
to do. This is a good chance to get
holiday gifts as well as articles of
Thoro was an extraordinarily high
tide night boforo last, when tho
eclipse of tho moon took place. Tlie
sea wont over tho road at tho Marino
Railway, and some living premises
at Waikiki were Hooded.
Mr. U. Sloeckle and his "talking
machine" arrived by the steamer W.
G. Hall from a successful tour of
Kau, Hawaii, yesterday. Mr. Stoeckle
intends leaving on Friday next for
Hawaii with tho intention of touring
Peoplo returning from tho Hea
lani's picnic last night wore treated
to a free rido on tho tramcars,
through some misunderstanding.
Mr. Groig requested a young man to
collect twenty-fivo cents fare from
each passenger, but tho latter was
not built for a collector's makeup.
J. Chas. Harrison, M. D will de
liver his last and best lecture to men
011I3- at tho Opora House M outlay
night. Dr. Harrison has been en
doied by the leading journal of
tho world and that ho deserves it
was proven by his lcctuto Inst Thurs
day. At Monday's lecture thoro will
be some especially line views -all
different from those used at the lir-it
loot 111 e.
The Road Boa id has b"guii at
Alapai street tho work of grading
the lower side of Hemtania street.
Tho railway track will be taken up
as tlie worn progresses. Thus
old eyesore and source of dan
will bo removed. While the work is
in progress drivers should be cntoful
to Iteep Off tho makai side of the
street. I hero is
the mauka side.
Mrs. Longshoro-Potts, M, D., lec
tured to another largo audience of
women only at the Opera House yes
terday afternoon. Like the first
lecture its moral tone was high and
there was no trace of chicaner;'.
The last two lectures to women will
bo dolivored Monday and Tuesday
afternoons. Tuesday night she will
deliver hor only lecture to both men
and women. Tho subject will be
tho attractive one of "Love, Court
ship and Marriage." This was the
lecture which when delivered in
England brought about tho famous
newspaper controversy, "Is Mar
riage a Failure?"
Band, Prof. II.
Horror, lundur, will
give a coin-oil tins afternoon at
Emilia Squnro beginning at !:!()
o'clock, Following is the program;
Ovcrturo Italian in Algier . . . . lio-mini
March Tho Dutlui (hy request) Wiiunor
ItatsoouRoIo I'asslni; Clouds . Williams
Selection I'ejilta (new).
Baritone Hold Ilelisarlo. .
Waltz Vienna lllood .-. .
. . Strains
If ho, you should novor bo without
n bottlo of Gliainborlnin'H Cotiyh
UoiiH'ily. It is n cortaiu fiiro for
uroup, and lias novor beon known to
fail. If given frcoly as booh as tho
croupy cough appuars it will pro
vont tlio attack. It is thu solo roli
auco with thousands of niothoib who
liavo croupy childron, and novor dis
appoints thoin, 'J'lioro is no dangor
in giving this Hoint'dy in largo and
frocjuont dosos, as it contains nothing
injurious. HO cont bottles for salo
by all dealers, Benson, .Smith k,
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
tho Boys in
Tho Healani's moonlight picnic at
Reniond Grovo last night was nn
agreeable surprise in the extent of
its popularity, being enjoyed by a
largo concourse of people. The first
tram loft the depot at 7 o'clock and
tho other pursued about 7:15, the
latter being crowded. After a pleas
ant run the trains arrived safely and
no time was lost in starting tho ball
rolling. The Pavilion was decorated
in a simple but tasteful manner, the
colors blending harmoniously, show
ing it the handiwork of an expert.
One of the features of a picnic by
the boys in blue is their exhibition
of ornamental designs and lino
decorations. The Hags used wore
kindly loaned for the occasion from
tho S. S. Australia, the bark S. C.
Allen and Mechanic Engine Co.
Tho bunting was tastefully hung
around the hall, intertwined with
mailo wreaths. Tho committee on
decoration were: Ed. Stiles, II. II.
Macfarlane, Jr., F. J. Woods, Chris.
Holt, S. Woods and R. Atkinson.
Tho Hawaiian Quintet Club, num
bering seven members, stationed on
the platform played excellent danc
ing music for the moonlight revelers
up to 10:110 o'clock, when a lull en
sued for light refreshments, both
liquid and solid. The arrangements
were perfect and nothing happened
to mar the pleasure of the evening,
thanks to the following committee:
W. H. C. Groig, C. A. Widoinann. C.
W. Macfarlane, Clarence Crabbo and
II. .1. Gallagher. The lloor commit
tee wore: C. A. Widoinann, C. L.
Crabbo, G. S. Smithies, Geo. Allen
and Edw. Stiles. W. II. C. Groig
superintended tho train business
with despatch. It was at first in
tended to have a voting contest to
decide the most popular lady pre
sent, but it was postponed, to take
place in tho near future. Tho last
train for town left at midnight and
during the trip homo the Quintet
sang several selections to tho evident
enjoyment of all. The train arrived
in town near 1 o'clock a. 111.
Mr. W. M. Terry, who has been in
tin drug business'at Elkton, Ivy., for
the past twelve years, says: "Cham
berlain's Cough Heinedy gives better
satisfaction than 1113- other cough
medicine 1 have ever 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 affords so much
relief in cases of whooping cough.
For sale 1)3' all dealers. Benson,
bunt u iV Co.
Agents for the Hawaii-
rrln WKKlvlA miMjKTIX 'AS COl.
X minis of Interesting Heading Matter.
Islands, $1; mailed to foreign countries, !J.r.
Perhaps you do not believe these
statements concerning Green's Au
gust Flower. Well, we can't make
you. We can't force conviction in
to your head ortned
Doubting icine into your
throat. We don't
Thomas. want to. The money
is yours, and the
misery is yours; and uutil you are
willing tobcl'eve, and spend the one
for the relief of the other, they will
stay so. John H. Foster, 1122
Drown Street, Philadelphia, sa3's:
" My wife tea litih? Scotch woman,
thsiiv years of age and of a naturally
delicate disposition. For five or six
years- past she las been suffering
fi u a Dyspepsia. She
Vomit became so bad at last
that she could not sit
Evory Meal, down to a meal but
she had to vomit it
as soon as she had eaten it. Two
bottles of your August Flower have
cured her, -ifier inairy doctors failed.
ShecTi now cat anything, and enjoy
1 it; a
-- ((" Dypcpiri, she does not
)lal 'In1 ever line! it " Q
PIONEER BUILDING & LOAN
rpll K IIK(I I' 1. I, MOXTII l,Y M KKT1 NO
1 of the aliove A"-oeiatiou will he held
ou MONDAY i:VKXIN(l, Xov. 7, IV.).', at
7:110 o'clock, nt Iho Chaiohor of Commerce,
I'liMiimit will he reunited in HOl.l) COIX.
Til no. I I.AXSIXCI,
IOSTAI. SAYIXOS 1IAXK HOOK NO.
X iiiKi, aUoa Mfiriiuiuuof f:me. Kinder
will he. linernlly rewarded
oil loiivim: tlie
article-, at tho jewelry
Lindsay, l''oil btrcot.
htore of ThonuiH
yki: nor to.
X. of Kinir street, carrying
on the hind-
nens ol a collco miiooii irom inii to .xiv
nmhur '-'0, ib'KJ, herehy notify all creditors
to present their claims against tlie ahove
nained coiunanv hoforo Xovinuhur 'JO, WM.
rpll-:it I'er Ah l.uui.
NoTiun is nnitniiY tnvnx that
Ka Koo has Mihl out his uue-third in
terest in a certain iiidenturu inaile hy Mrs.
Catharine i'uhlkulani A uhl, lettsiu). to Ah
Koo, Ha Koo ami Ah llliiin certatn lands
situate at Kalia, Waikiki, Komi, Oahu,
deMiiihed in Mild indenture, to Kaiu liy,
and that the mid Kaiu I.oy will not he res
ponsible for auv nf the debts of the lessees
Z.t .1 1.1 I I.. I- 4 l I ,V-
Ul II1U e.llll JillMI, IV.1.,1 l.J 1 ,
Honolulu, Xov. li, Ihii.',
XT T. .MOXSAIIIIAT, V. S., 1IAVIXO
T taken my Inliriuary ilurini; my
absence from the
Kingdom, 1 beg
thank my iiatroi
age, and holielt a
for my succe.sMir.
lor lavors ami
onliuuaucu of tho Mimo
A. It. KOWAT.
itnKnunxrn to thk Koitr.oo-
iil'. the undorsIi!ned would resneetfullv
request a contlnuaiico of the patrguagoho
jitib iiitnurto received, aim soiieii tne iiivok
of all who require professional attention to
their block, at the Infirmary, King street,
Honolulu, Xov. 3, 1WU. wn-lw
The Daily Jlulliiiu in delivered by
curriers for 60 cents per month.
Candy far !
tiro Stuck of Candios of tho
lato firm of Ludwigshx &
ChojCj wo propose1 to move it
rapidly by soiling- it at
Box of Candy for
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COltXKIt FORT AND KIXU STUKKTS.
Presidential -:- Election
All Ameriean Citizen who dcire to east a
Imllot for the next President of tho
United State ean do o at the
Golden Rule Bazaar,
On TUESDAY, Nov
KUOM S TO 5 O'CLOCK.
?"" l!c;i.tratlm will hegin Momlnv.
The Markets of San Francisco
ARE BROUGHT TO YOUR DOORS
iiy mi.nm or tiii:
Which is Operated Directly hy the
Greatest 1 Newspapers
THE SAN FRANCISCO
We Are Constantly Making Purchases
Bo You Need Something irom
Write To Us About It !
Wc can sive you money; our liujcrs have
m cured 'hundreds 'of snccial'con-
ttacts which enahles us
Watehe-i, .lowclry, Silveiwarc,
Musical Iu-tninicuts, Kuinitttre,
Clothing, Dress (foods,
And Thousands of Other Articles
At prices which will astonish you.
A LETTER WILL DO IT ALL
&- Write tts for quotations on any
tiling that you uia.N need.
You Can Seo tho Advantages of Purcbas
incj Through Us I
Wo are hujiiig for our customers
wholesale and you leap thu henellt.
Address all communications
EXAMINER PURCHASING DEPARTMENT,
U. S. A.
HTJSTACE & CO.,
"WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will sell at the Very Lowest
Market Itutcn for Cash,
Bell 414 - TELEPHONE Mutual 414
wn.n not in: ltK-Hi'DXHiiMii: ron
any ilelits coiitraeieu wiiuouv my
... M. KVBUKTT.
Honolulu, Nov. , l6iJ, W.Mw
oils of St (Vow Picnic
Ou Saturday; Nov. 5th.
1.1ST OK Nl'OltTts-
lachall Match ( niiiliiiicd ii.in frmti
the IT. H. S. l(iton and Mlimiri- and a
"liorc team. IVfae Winner, $I.i: 1iiit,
120 Yard Man-of-war liiieo. Money
l'-'O Yard ltare, open to all. Monev
There will he Twelve ltaeeo for ltov and
Olilx. Ootid Prizes will he given.
Music by the Honolulu Quintette Club.
Trains will Lcavo Honolulu at 1:45, 3,
4:35, 6 and 7.
Returuhiu will Lcavo the Grovo 4:15, 5,
G:10, 8 and 11.
Dancing in the Pavilion!
Children, : :
Members of Lodge Le Progres
de l'Oceanie No. 124,
n .vn piccmr-D to oivi: a
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 19, 1892
I- in receipt of (lie hull, of
ray i'oi: tiii: sn.vsox -o
With balance cNneetcd daily, wliich will
enable it to piecnt its ii-ual uucpiallcd i
clalins to holiday purcha-erH, not only for i
vaneiv in seiccinnis, nur-ior iioiiimi iiniitv
at pi lees that cannot fall to ratify all
fSr l'o not ho misled with clap-trap
advertisements of cheap goods.
Hanta I'i.mik' IIi:iiiiiMicn:i:s has dealt
honestly by the public for over 'JO years,
ami is ilcferviin; till- coulidcnce and sup
port of tho public,
Opening Day will be Duly Announced,
THOS. G-. THRUM,
106 Fort St.
Tho Nippon Ytison Kalslia's Steamship
" Yamashiro Maru"
Will leave this port for Yokohama direct
ou or about
December 1 st.
SW Kor particulars regarding Freight
and 1'assagu, apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
I LA NI WAX"
1 NKW KUIST CI.AbSKAMH.Y HATH.
t ing llesort has been opened at Wai
kiki under the abuvi iiamouy Mas, ., 0.
Howi:, for the wnnfort and eouveiileucn of
tlio-e wUhiiig to enjoy a sea bath. It U
situated a little beyond the Villa. Tram
cars pass the gate,
N. II. Special arrangements, have fieen
made for Family 1'iciiicu and Kveniiig
lluthlug 1'urtles. WJ-tl
1 1 1" ''mHbrfrr H E E "( I R l irr li 1 3 B B i cEBisE f 4 uicfllli '
17 0.111 J
For Yokohama !
hbs& 'TnQTiVQrfiTrinri arm Ytyiac I
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed ou Cooked Focd
I'OK TIM'. PAST SIX MONTHS IX
Elegant Ooiicii-tiora. for tlie TsiTole !
We do not oiler Skeleton lliriN for sale iif II..V) a piece, hut
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed, a-iid Iced. If Desii-ed
l I. ire
Weight of llirds
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Ojlicr of 1). If. Huriihmti, Chirf nf Cnnxlrurtion, Wnrhl'xl
Colitmliittn Ifriiaxition, llj-l The lloohcry, ('hicn(i.
Moil 0, 1S02.
m. a. a nun nnv plate oo., ?!"
St. Louh, Mo. ' -
Mij liml ordrrnr l'lntfn arriertl vrry promptly. Plttise accept
thttnki for Iwhiji no prompt.
1 whit to nuti', tlutt I mn uinj your I'litti'.i eirclunively or nil
work dour on tlifur tiroumh for thr ojjicmt nxonl nfcoialrii6tim. -
Of eoursi: commrnt by mt ax to thn fjood qunUtii's of the Srd.
Plate are entirely untieexxary. X$-
C. ). AltXOI.n, ...
Ofjic ial I'liotojirapher.
ir JLK.E FOR SALE 02SrL"!T B--
109 Fort Street,
N. S. SACHS',
101 Fort Streot, 1-Ionolu.lu..
Hare you seen the X ir lloniiin
1 In iv you xe.-n the Xiijlit (lowim
you xei n the Xrie Art Sill:
i I In re you Keen the Moumil
Pair ill SiicIih' Store f
the X-w Sitk
!l)o ynu knoie
iilieayiihe fan hi
that the Latrxt Xnviltiei and
I at .Siiehx' Store f
UY last ,vn:AMi:i: a kii.i. uxn ok
bljok: G-OODS I
-A.S FOLLOWS :
Hlaek Cashmere l'2-iiich wide, W) cents per i
yard and iipwanls. ,
I Hack India l.awu. Illaek Kreiich l.awn,
illack batteen In I'lain ami I'igured.
Illaek Calico in I'lain and I'igured.
B. F. EHLERS &
ter Dressmaking under the maiuigeiueiit of Miss K. CI. AUK.
o. w. McCarthy,
(NKW HUhLCTlN M.OCK, JIKHCHANT bTRKUT)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
AXY HUH1XKB.S UNTKUSTW) TO MK WII.1. KKCKIVK l'ltOMlT ATTKXTIOX.
IE3Ca,"ve 12Toix TriecL It ?
MITCHELL & PETERSON, San Francisco Agents,
run mokxixo ok day roit van
varvlng from li! to 3) lbs.
Sui.it Everybody !
- l-'OH SALli BY
Honolulu, EC. I.
Saxlirx at X. S. Sai-hx' Stare?
that are .silliiii) for $1.00 at Savlm
for Drupes and Fancy Work at-
thnlrrmied Kid (Iloeei, fur 1.00 a
Strip 'it and Polka Dot Chailtei, at,
.Mint Stylmh lloudn ran
Illaek, Cotton, .Silk ami Kid (llovcs in all
Illack Stockings for Ladies and Childnii.
Illaek Ullk Wurii Hcnrlcttn Cloths,
Ktc, nte.. Ktc, , Ktc.
CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
COOKED '.ROLLED OATS!
Jl'BT Till: THlXd KOI l lUtnAKKAKT.
Kor Sale by nil U-ading OriK'ers.