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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9, 1892.
IMI .A. IR. I KTE NEWS.
Wkdnkbhay, 'Nov. 9.
Hgtne W O Irwin, McCulloch, from San
Stmr Kinau from Maul and Hawaii
WmisnsHAY, Nov. !).
8 S Australia, Houdlcttc, for San Fran
cisco, at 12 noon
Btmr Hawaii for Laliaina and Hamakua
Cargoes. from. Island Forts.
Per stinr Kiluiu 1 horso, 32 hogs, 151
shecp.,12 bales wool, 22 bags ginger, 03
bdls hides, 181 bags corn, 475 bags
potatoes, 100 ukgs sundries.
For Maui and Hawaii, por. stinr Claudino,
Nov 8 J A Oilman and wife, J A Buck, J
Gnrlick, T McLaughlin, C Furgcson, Miss
Qraeo Garnutt, Miss 1 Kaulaitminoku.
For Kauai, per stinr Iwalani, Nov 8 H
H Wilcox and bride, C Conradt, Mrs
Uouglus, A Wilder, Mrs Hitchcock, Dr
Nichols, Mr AVillgcroth, K A Hcywood,
lug Ohong, and 4 Uhinosc.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stinr Kinau,
Nov 0 H W Walker. Hev Father Leonor,
Mrs F Schmidt and 3 children, David Hoa-
uili, D O Conner, lion J Jl Horner, J
Costa and wife, 1) Nahoolewa, Judge 8 L
Austin, OAltanning, Mrs Addie Kupele,
Hon O P Kumauoha, Mrs S P Kamauohu,
Miss Kealoha, Miss Maud Baldwin, A
Cockburn, T K Evans, wife, 4 children and
servant, II A Hcon, Miss Mehuula, Jtov V
H Kitcat, C Buchanan and 02 deck.
For San Francisco, por S S Australia.
Nov 9 A H Wise, Dr Kowat, wife and
child, A 11 Fredericks, Miss McAuIifTe, Mrs
AVray Taylor and infant, Mrs S Swan, L H
Deo and wife, P H Graham, Miss Maud
Baldwin, Win Tumor and family, J A
Hopper and wife, Mrs'Sam'I Alexander, T
1? Agnow, S B lc, Mrs and Mrs Schwa
bach, Mr Vivicr, the Misses Widemann (2),
H A Widemann, Mrs F V Mac-farlane, E D
Tenney, ltobert Lewurs, ('apt IUch, C Bin
ning, II I Willc-y, Mr and Mrs T T Wil
liams, Mrs C Kingilev and child, MissC
MeFadden, Mrs Widemann, H W Walker,
and J F (iuriiey.
The steamer Kinau will leave again for
Maui and Huwaii on Friihiv t fteiuoou at
The 8 S Australia sailed shortly after
noon to-day with tho following cargo: 10,
145 bags sugar shipped by W G Irwin A
Co; 210 Imclis banana-,, J le Silva; 012 do,
LJ Luvey; 170 do, Y Luni Sing; 74 do,
Gonsalves A; I'o; 715 do, Lycurgus; 535 do,
V TGulick: 252 do, King Sing: 5178 do,
Campbell, Marshall A: Co; 2SL bdls green
hides and 2 bills goatskins, V V Porter;
1157 bags guano, II HueUfeld A Co; 18pkg.-,
betel leaves and vegetables and 50 Tidls
sugar canu, Sai Sing. Domestic value,
Arrived Oct 22, btmr Kinau from Hono
lulu; 28, stmr Kinau from Hilo; 20, Btmr
W G Hall from Honolulu; Nov 2, stmr Ki
nau from Honolulu; 3, stmr Claudiue fiom
Hamakua; 8, stmr Kinau from Hilo.
Sailed Oct 22, stmr Kinau for Hilo; 28,
Htmr Kinau for Honolulu; 20, stmr W G
Hall for Kailua; Nov 2, stmr Kinau for
Hilo and way ports; 4, stmr Claudino for
Kuhnlni and way ports; 8, stinr Kinau for
SCHMIDT At Papaikou, Huwaii, Oct.
20th, to tho wife of W. 1). Schmidt, u
WILCOX-GHEEN In Honolulu, Novem
ber 8th, by Itev. H. 11. Parker, Henry
H. Wilcox, of Lihue, Kauai, to .Miss
May Green, of this city.
iOOAIi AND OENEBAIi NEWS.
F. J. Gurnoy loft by tho Australia
to-day for tho Coast.
Diamond Head, !3 p. m. Weather,
cloudy; wind frosh northoast.
Tho mail sent bj' tho Australia
comprised' 7252 letters and 2599
Tho stock and fixtures of tho ice
cream parlors latoly occupied by A.
L. Oron will bo sold by Jas. F. 5lor-
gan at 10 o'clook Saturday, on tho
promises, Hotel street.
J. Costa and wife wore sent back
to town by tho Kinau in chargo of
officer David Nahoolowa. They wore
indictod for murder at Waimea, but
their trial was postponed to tho next
torm of tho Third Circuit.
Tho wife of "Wing Mow Chan, a
wealthy Chinese morchant, died on
Monday night of blood poison. Sho
had boon picking her tooth with a
rusty needlo aim next day blood
poisoning set in and a few days aftor
she died. Tho funeral took placo
yesterday morning, tho cortege bo
mg hoadod by a dotachmoht of tho
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho S. S. Australia carried awaj
about 105 passengers, cabin and
Tho annual mooting of E. O. Hall
& Son, L'd, will bo hold al 2 o'clock
A nativo passed tho Bulletin ollieo
this morning with a mongoose- tiod
to a bamboo cane.
A special mooting ot Mechanic
Engino Co. will tako placo this even
ing at tho Boll Towor.
Tho ox-editor of tho Liberal is re
ported to have gone into tho Ha
waiian dramatic business.
Ka Leo is coining out with an
English page to-morrow, it is said,
in support of tho Ministry.
Not a single oho fa bank is run
ning now. A local in yesterday's
Bulletin closed tho business.
A young wahiuo was reprimanded
by Polico Justico Foster this morn
ing for disobedience to paronts.
Tho band played at tho Hawaiian
Hotel last ovoning for tho benefit of
thoso who loft by tho Australia to
day. Tho cases of Harrison, intending
to commit offense, and Carey, libel,
have been continued until to-morrow.
Hons. J. M. Horner and Gr. P. Ka
mauoha roturnod to their legislative
duties on tho steamer Kinau this
Mr. D. M. Crowley is proparing a
play entitled, "Captain Cook," to bo
given by Hawaiian amateurs in
about two weeks.
J. Johnson, found without lawful
excuse on the promises of Hon. W.
Q. Irwin, will bo tried to-morrow in
tho Polico Court.
A letter from Sheriff Hitchcock
says tho Waimea term is crawling
along very slowly four days and
two cases only tried.
The guano which camo by tho
Liholibo from Lysan Island a few
days ago was shipped to San Fran
cisco by tho Australia to-day.
Tickets for tho Masonic picnic to
tako placo on tho 19th inst. are sell
ing liko hot cakes. A very pleasant
and enjoyable time is anticipated.
Mr. A. Marques will leave on tho
S. S. China duo December 12 for an
extended tour, taking in Japan,
China, India, Europe and America.
Don't forgot tho lunch at Central
Union Church to-morrow from 11:30
to 1:30, tho last of the sorios. Fish
chowder, salads and other delicacies.
Mike O'Donnell is tho man who
gave himself up yesterday as tho
one who stabbed Solomon on the
night of tho 2d inst. Ho is still lan
guishing in jail.
Tho Anglican Church Chroniolo
for Novombor is well-idled in all its
departments. Its editorial notes are
pointed and dosigned for tho good
of the church.
An -extract from tho Now York
Sun iu this paper shows that a now
process has been invented for clean
ing ramio fibre, which appears to
work with satisfaction.
Lads on Alapai street amuse them
selves late o' nights "sicking" dogs
to fight. Some of tho animals have
been brought to a siilliciently savage
state to attack people. The boys
want spanking and tho dog.s slioot-g-
Mr. Thos. J. King dropped SI 1-1.03
outdoors this morning $14.03 in a
cheque and $70 in cash. Ho found
tho cheque in Kaahumanu street
and tho money was picked up by
somebody and recovered through
tho polico. Lucky man!
Frank Ferreira was arretted this
morning for being tho owner of a
ferocious dog. Tho animal is a
dangerous ono and what is more ho
is auii-Chinese. This morning he
bit a Chinaman on the leg. Prank
disclaims ownership of tho dog.
Tho chargo against Dr. Charles
Harrison is "Common nuisance, in
that ho did without authority or
justification of law make a public
exhibition of a certain obscene pic
ture, being a public outrage against
common decency and good morals."
Tho caso was postponed until to
morrow. Tho Road Board has made a good
sidewalk beyond King street bridge,
but it is of no uso to pedestrians
whou anything is going on iu tho
Chinese theater. Chinese hackmon
then tie thoir nags up on tho path,
so that foot passengers have to tako
tho middle of tho road. Inspector
Macj- could have caught several of
tho offenders last night, but ho was
probably on duty at tho Opera
House. Tho rogular police should
in such a caso keep tho sidewalk
A Chinaman from Ahuimauu was
arrestod this morning on a chargo of
cruelty to animals preferred against
him by Dr. Emorson. Tho alleged
cruelty to animals is John's allowing
tho head of a chicken to hang down
ward on a horso. Ho was coming
into town presumably to sell the
fowl when tho doctor saw its predi
cament. The Chinaman and chicken
woro brought to tho Station, where
tho lattor was given corn and otlior
"refreshments" by "Doctor" Hop
kins, but to no avail, as it lay on tho
ground as if dead.
A rough-and-tumblo fight occur
red last night uoar the famous Bay
Vibw Kosort on King street, near
tho Railway Station, botweon Tom
McGiffon and It. Wnialeale. The
lattor was slightly under tho wcat her
and was mowed down in no time,
Tho cause of tho trouble could not
bo ascertained, but Mae was heard
to articulate on arising, "Do you
moind mo now, and don't call mo
a liar again," Thoy woro arrested
and takon to tho Station. This
morning thoy woro discharged. Me
Giffou is doorkoopor at tho Chinoso
Wednesday, Nov. 9,
Assembly convened at 10
for uravor, after which tho
minutes of tho provious meeting woro
Bop. Smit h moved t o amend t he re
cord just read by inserting tho titles
of tho various bills, and petitions.
Beforenco 13' numbor simply was
liablo to error.
President Walker said that the do
sired addition would bo made by the
Under suspension of tho rules tho
following petitions woro prosonted.
By Bop. Kapahu from Ivau that a
schoolhouso bo erected at Wailau,
Hawaii. To Connnitteo on Educa
tion. Noble Pun, from residents of tho
Leper Settlement, containing 000
signatures, that Capt. W. II. Tell bo
retained as Superintendent of tho
Leper Sottlonient. To Sanitary
Noble Williams, from tho Print
ing Committee, reported Bill 191,
tho first portion of the Appropri
ation Bill, printed, as also the ro
port of the Special Coinmitteo on
Water Works. Ordered to be dis
tributed. Rep. Smith, from tho Judiciary
Committee, reported on Bills 91 and
100, relative to tho licensing of driv
ers of tramenrs. Tho Coinmitteo do
not consider tho proposed measure
necessary. Tho drivers nro engaged
by a company able to pay for all
damages occurring. Tho committee
recommend that the bills bo tabled.
Rep. Kapahu presented a minority
report from tho Sanitary Coinmitteo
on tho bill to elect members of tho
Board of Health, and recommend
ing that the majority and this
minority report bo tabled for con
sideration. Adopted. Tho same,
member presented another minority
report from tho sanio committee
that the vaccination bills and major
ity report bo considered with this
minority report. Adopted.
Tho Minister of Finance under
suspension of tho rules gave notico
of and read for tho first and second
times a bill to provide for tho pay
ment of salaries and wages of Gov
ernment employeos and expenses of
tho Supremo and Circuit Courts
until and including tho 30th day of
Noble Maihdon moved that tho
bill bo referred to a coinmitteo. If
tho salaries wore paid in accord with
tho old exorbitant rates it would not
bo in consonance with tho present
condition of tho finances of tho
country. A coinmitteo could appor
tion tho amounts in accord with tho
present Appropriation Bill.
Ron. Smith considered that if
there was any attempt to pay ac
cording to tho latoly passed appro
priations it would make confusion
worse confounded. Ho favored pay
ing salaries at tho old rates.
Noble Marsdon said that a coin
mitteo could find out whether it was
practicable or not to pay under tho
old or now rates.
Rop. Kanoalii favored tho bill but
amended to have it reach to Dec. 31,
Tho Attorney-General did not con
sider that there was nuy need of re
ferring to a committee.
Rep. Knmauoha favoied reference
to a coinmitteo so that tho salaries
might bo paid in accord with tho 1st
Section of the new Appropriation
Bill. If not so paid then the Gov
ernment would not reap tho benefit
intended by the reductions over
which much time had been spout to
Rep. Jo.supa favored tho idea of
paying according to the old rates.
Tho now Appropriation Bill was not
yet law ami a committee could not
make it law. Simplest mid easiest
way was to pay in accord with old
Hep. Bush said ho was in favor of
nsMntiug the Government iu its at
tempt to ashi.st the employees. The
old xVppiopriation Bill was no longer
law, its functions having ended
March 31st last. He favored iiav-
ments in accord with tho now bill.
Tho time should also bo extended
and he favored the amendment to
On motion, tho bill was declared
by President Walker to have boon
changed in title to read, "to Dec. 31,
1892, unless no appropriations are
made before that tinio."
Tho bill also passed to engross
ment and for third reading to-morrow.
President Walker appointed No
bles Kauhano and Mailo on tho Edu
cation Committee and Noble Hop
kins to bo chairman of tho Military
Rop. Smith, from the Judiciary
Committee, prosontedjjtho following
Bill 100, relating to the repeal of
tho bill lotting of hire of carts, vehi
cles, etc., and applying to tho ro
obtaining of a license by driver
thereof on charging his employers.
The connnitteo do not favor tho bill
as presented and recommend the
tabling thereof. Heport adopted.
Bill 99, rolatiuK to collisions at
sea. ino committee do not see any
necessity for this bill becoming law,
they recommend that it bo tabled.
Petition -108, from ono D. W. P.
Thompson of Hawaii, that tho sum
of $25 deposited by him ns a candi
date iu an election, be returned.
Tho connnitteo state that no re
clamation was made until after the
ballots containing petitioner's name
had been printed and forwarded,
thoroforo thoy do not recommend
the return of the amount. Report
Bill 102, relating to the use of
vulgar and obscene language Coin
mitteo present a substitute bill which
they recommend to pass as an
amendment to Section 3 of the Penal
Code and that tho Bill 102 bo tabled.
Tho report was tabled to bo con
sidered with tho bills.
Bill 110, to abolish the office of
Fire Marshal and to have tho duties
thereof porformed by the Chief
j Engineer. The committee favor tho
. passago of tho bill. Ronort tabled
lor consideration with bill.
Bill 108, to confor on the Board of
Representatives of tho Firo Dopart
mont n groalor control of tho funds
of the Dopartmont. The connnitteo
considor that in certain possible
casos tho Chief Engineer should bo
permitted to havo a control of tho
expenditures. With this amendment
tlioj' fnvored tho bilh Report tnbled
for future consideration.
Bill 172, rotating to tho voting ot
soninon engaged in coasting service.
The bill was in opposition to Arti
cles 59 and 01 ot tho Constitution
and tho object desired cannot bo
obtained as sot forth in tho Bill;
thoy recommend tho bill bo tabled.
Bill 1-15, to allow monibors of tho
Legislature to tako ollieo as repre
sentatives in tho diplomatic or con
sular sorvico. Tho coinmitteo can
not agreo with tho provisions of the
bill and recommend that it bo
Bill 101, a proposed amendment
to Article -11 of tho Constitution,
that Cabinet Ministers bo elected by
tho Legislature. Tho committee do
not doom tho desired change advisa
ble and recommend that the bill bo
tabled. Roport adopted.
Bill 110, to amend Article 51 of
tho Constitution and to tho effect
that any member of tho Legislature,
while in session, arrested or impri
soned or caught in flagrante delict u
may bo permitted to tako his seat
on tho parole of five members of tho
Assomblj-. Tho coinmitteo recom
mend that the bill bo tabled. Ro
Bill 1-llj to amend Article 59 of tho
Constitution relative to tho reduc
tion of tho income qualification of
votors for Noblo from $000 to $300
por annum. Rop. Smith prosonted
a minority roport on this subject ad
vorso to tho proposition in tho bill.
Tho roport was tabled to await a
nop. omun irom uio anitarj
Connnitteo reported on petition 105
relative to questions propounded
touching tho practice of Government
physicians, and to tho effect that
thoy had received answers thereto
from tho Prosidont of tho Board of
Health, dr1 motion the roport and
answers woro ordered to bo trans
lated and printed.
At 11:35, on motion, tho Assembly
look recess until 1:30 p. m.
Tho Money Getter.
Our uiquitotis reporter called on
Liming iu his now quarters on Ka
ahumanu street, and "hard times"
didn't, loom up there; that is quite
certain. Airy, bright and cool otlices,
handsomely fitted and furnished, in
dicative of man's business know
ledge and woman's artistic taste.
"Well," snys tho Ornithoryiicus, "wo
had to got up into Chance' Lane,
tho lawyors and merchants wanted
us, and I toll you there's as much
money to bo made in Honolulu now
as thoro over was, only 3'ou'vo got to
work a little harder to got it; form
erly wo sat in tho ollieo and tho dol
lars woro thrown at us, now j'ou'vo
got to hustle for it; but I guess wo
shall got thoro just tho same, and 1
think by next year I shall havo to
got up to tho corner. You see
Bishop's away a great deal, and 1
may havo to look aftor it mj-solf.
Will j-ou tako a smile? Como again.
Lots of money to loan."
The mock election for President
of the United States held by Amer
ican citizens at tho Golden Rule
Bazaar yesterday resulted in tho
election of Grovor Cleveland, Presi
dent, and Adlai Stevenson, Vice
President, Democratic candidates,
by a vote of 7-1 to (Mi. Thoro wore
two votes for Weaver's (the People's
part 3' ticket) and four votes wore
thrown out for improper marking.
The balloting shown by these figures
was very light, and there woro but a
few prc.-out at the count. .Mr. J. H.
Fisher presided at tho count, with
Messrs. V. C. King, W. Iiassie and
F. L. Iloogs as tollers. A fee of 2i)
cents had been charged for the fran
chise, for the benefit of the Amer
ican Relief Fund. The proceeds
amounted to $.'57.25, showing one
vote unaccounted for or olso some
voter paid twice.
Kupihealiilii has been appointed
by Judge Bickortou as administrator
under 100 bond of tho estate of
Luka. C. Brown, for petitioner; no
ono to contest.
Boforo Judge Bickortou yesterday
tho jury-waivod case of Egau k
Gunn vs. E. M. Brewer ot al. was
arguod and submitted. Peterson
and Croighton for plaintiffs; A. S.
Hartwell for dofondants.
Robort S. Agoo's petition for dis
charge from bankruptcy was sot for
hearing at Chambers to-day, but as
petitioner did not appear the caso is
continued till called up.
Flood at Quarantine.
Sunday morning tho high tide
carried away about 700 feet of the
quarantine station jetty, besides
damaging tho rest of thu structure
so as to make it useless. Tho quaran
tine grounds woro submerged. Mr.
C. B. Reynolds, Agent of the Board
of Health, and assistants woro early
on tho scene and saved the loose
material at the station. Work of
reconstruction will begin to-morrow,
so as to have tho station ready for
tho reception of the Japanese immi
grants shortly duo by tho S. S. Yama
Mr. Mooro, tho postmaster at
Bradshaw, Va., after reading an ad
vertisement of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrlm-a Remedy, con
cluded to try a small bottle of it.
Ho says: "1 used it in two cases for
colio and three for diarrhoea with
perfect satisfaction. 1 have handled
and used a great deal of patent
medicine, but never tried any that
gave as good results as this. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
tiro Stock of Candies o
late firm of Ludwhiskn
Cuox, wo propose to nwvo it
rapidly by soiling' it at
Box of Candy for
Hobron, Newman & Go.
CONNER KOI1T AM) KINO STKEETS.
Members of Lodge Le Progrcs
de rOceanie No, 124,
HAVK Dl-X'IOKD TO OIVK A
Grand Picnic Dance
- - AT
Oil NOVeillber 19, 1892
1" in receipt of tho bulk of
est- vow Tin: si:ason -a
With lmlnni-e nxju-cti'il iliilly, whii-h will
unable it to iiicriit it.i u-u'ul uiieiiinlleil
ulaliiiH to lioliiinv iiin'liii-'(,i-, net only fur
v.irii'tv of -t'lri-tfmu, but fur honest iiuulltv
at prices that rnnnut fail Io -atify n
CCf Do not be misled with ulap-trap
ii'lvortiseinents of cheap oucls.
Ssta C'i.mw' Hi: mmjii m:tirs has dealt
lionustly by tin public fin- nwr 'JO vi-ar.-,
ami i.s ih-M-rviiiK the coiilidenee anil sup
poit (if the public.
Opeiilng Day will be Duly Announced.
THOS. G-. THRUM,
10G Fort St., - - - Brewer's Block
Jl MOIU1AN WUA. ACT I'OK MB
miller full power of attorney ihu'lng
my ab.seneu from the Kingdom.
i,. it. Di:i:.
Honolulu, Nov. 8, lhfii .'HilKSt
rpilK lJNI)i:i!8I(iNKl) II KltKHV 01 VE
X notice that (leorgu 0, Allen has no
authority to uinku purehates or transact
any other business for account of
AbbKN A ItOlllNBON.
Honolulu, Nov, 8, 1W. NJI-:it
ACHOIOKI.OTOKOANAKY -rvj7. '
llirdM at .'i apiece with YMV
ciikus; mi goon sinners, ai mo V"r-rvMliluni-H
of .Mm. T. . l-'leni- fSZ.
lint, on Klnir street next door to
J, K. Howler's.
NOTIOi: Iri HIJKKHY OIVI'IN THAT
8a Foo has sold out bin one-third In
terest in a certain indenture madu by Mrs.
Oatliiirine I'uliikuluiil Auld, leasing to Ah
I'oo, Ka l-'oo anil Ah Chan certain lauds
situate at Kulla. Waikikl, Kona, Oaliu,
described in Mild indenture, to Kaui luy,
ami that the said Kiim Loy will nut be res
ponsible for nnv ot the debts of tho lessees
ofthoMiittlamls. KAM LOY.
Honolulu, Nov. '-', 1M. .7.7-lw
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
'PI IK TAX COLLKCTOIt FOIt THK
1. District of Ilauiakiia, Hawaii, will bo
at the follow iiiK places on the days stated
to receive Taxes lor tho year IMI-:
KalwlM- Tuesday, Nov, 'MU.
Kukaiaii Wcdnexlii.v, Nov. liOtli.
I'aauilo Thursday, Dec. 1st.
Kaaithuhii Friday, Dee. 'Jml.
Waiplo -Tuesday, Dec. IKh,
Kukuiliaele- Friday, Dee. 1Mb.
All other days until thu IMIi of Decent
bur. at his ollieo iu Honokaa.
Deputy Assessor und Collector llaiiiukuu.
Houokau, Out. W, IbW. 6tW-iw
r thu HUlllVrJHl I illjk
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food1
l-'Oll THE PAST SIX MnVTHS IX
Elegeixrt Condition for tlae Tetlol !
We ilo not oiler Skeleton llird- for alc at $I.MJ a piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed, aiici Ioeci If Desired
AND DUI.IVKIIKD THK MOltNINO OK DAY 1-OU USU
T-a- I.tvc Wui;lit of lllrilf varyint; from 1-J to S) lb. -i
Prices to S-u.it E-veryloocly !
FOR SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Olliee of I). It,
.1d.v 0, 1S92.
M. A. SEED DRY PLATE CO.,
St. Low',' Mo?' -GENTLEMEN.
M)i lad order for Plates arrived very promptly,
thanks for being so prompt.
I whit to state, that I am using your Plates exclusively for all
work done on these grounds for the ojjivial record of construction.
Of.courxe comment by merits to the good qualities, of the Seed
Plate, are entirely unnecessary. ' . "'
C. 1). ARNOLD,
HT -A.R.E FOR SJLI..E OlSTCLY- BY
109 Fort Street, -
104 Port Street, Honolulu..
Have you seen the New Iloman
Have you se-n the
Have you s"cn the New Art
Sachs' Store t
J 1 live you sei
Pair at Sachs'
Have you seen
Sachs' Store f
the New Sdk
Do iiou know that the Latest Nov
tlways lie found at Sachs' Store
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
11Y LAST STKAMKK A ITU. LINK or
Illack Cashmere ('.Much wide, M cents per
yard and upwards.
Illaek 1 1 ul i n Lawn, Illack Krcucli Ijiuii.
II luck Sulteeu In I'lain and Figured.
Illaek Calico in l'lalii and l-'igured.
B. F. EHLERS &
tT Dressmaking under the management of Mit-s 1
A NKW VI HST-CLAfiH KAM I LY HATH.
V. iiiK ltesort has beon opened at Will
kikl under thu aliov) name by Mas. V.. O.
Hohi:, for thu comfort and convenience of
tho-e wishiiiK to enjoy a n-u bath. It is
situated u little beyond thu Villa. Train
cars pass the nu.
N. H, Special arrangements have been
made for Family lMcnles and Kvening
WT. MONBAUItAT, V. ., HAVING
taken my liilirmary during my
absence from thu Kingdom, 1 beg leave to
thank my patrons for favors and patron
age, and solicit a continuance o( the same
for my successor. A, It. HO WAT.
X iug, the undersign
TO THK FOHI'.OO.
ned would resnectfullv
rciiic-t a continuance of thu patronage he
has hitherto received, and solicit the favors
of all who require professional attention to
their slock, at thu Inllruiiiry, King street,
W. T. Ml INS A lilt AT.
Honolulu, Nov, :i, 1KU. nn.'i-lw
Harness and Saddlo,
any trial given. Also
I -sea ted Hiurgy and 1
I'hautoii. nearly now.
and Xnias !
Chief of Couxtrurtioii, World')
It ft The Kookerxj
A, " . W't
- - HConolu-lvL, H. I.
Sashes at N. S. Sachs' Sloret
thai arc selling for $1.00 at Sachs
for Drapes and fancy Work' at
Cndrissed Kid Gloves for .fUJiO
Striped and Polka Dot Cliatlles
It'Cs ami Must Stylish (I iru
Mack, ('otlou, bilk and Kid (ilovcs iu nil
' Illack Slockin's for Ladles and Children.
' Illaek HI Ik Warp Ilenrlette Cloths,
Kte., Ktc, V.U:, Kte.
For Yokohama !
Tho Nippon Yuson Kalsba's Steamship
" Yaniasliiro Maru"
Will leave this port for Yokohama direct
on or about
mid Passage, apply Io
W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
HUSTACE & CO.,
- DKALKHB IN
WOOD and. COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will sell nt ihe Vory Lowest
Market Hates for (ash.
'pUK WKKKLY HUI.LKT!N-2sTcO!
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Islands,!; mulled tofqrclgif countries,