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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
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TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, NOV. 11, 1892.
Tiiuhsday, Xov. 10.
Stmr J A CuinniiiiH from Ivoolnu
Sohr I.thollho from Kmmi
Sohr Kit Mot from Koholulelo
FltllUY, Nov. 11.
Am bk Forest Queen, Dyrohorg, fiom Sim
Schr Kuwnllunl from Knohm
Stmr Kinnu for Mmi! nnd Hawaii ill 2
Sohr l.llioliho, llcrry, for Lysiin Islam'
UU1I1 jvuilllvuuuuil IUI nuuttu.
From Snn Francisco, per bark Forest
Queen, -Xov 11 T J Cummins.
For Lysan and Lisianski Islands, per
schr Llholiho, Nov U-J J Williams, Dr
Avergam and C Hacgens.
For Mnui and Hawaii, per stmr Kiniiu,
Nov 11 S li Austin, Mrs (loodalu and
child, W M Gillard, W II Itenson, W It
Castle. Hon H I' Baldwin, Frank Spencer,
Rout Agco,, child and servant, T Nuka, Jno
Alluck, U li Wight,. II Ounnaiul 40 deck.
The steamer I'ele is receiving coal from
the bark Glade direct. '
The work of repairing the damage to the
Quarantine wharf reported pieviously has
Tlio dredge is again at it, on tlio bar, not
withstanding the reports that sho had con
The schooner Liholiho left to-day for
Ly.san and Lisianski Islands with pro
visions, etc., also a stuam launch brought
from tlio island for it-pairs.
The steamer Mikahala came oil the Mnr
inelJniW7iy this morning and docked at
iv,th'e Intor-lsland wharf, she will resume
her regular route next week.
Tlio live-masted schooner Gov. Ames was
hauled over to the 0. 11. Az L. Co.'s wharf
to discharge the balance of her coal. Tlio
new device for discharging coal lately erec-
ted will be used for the first time.
The bark Forest Queen, Dyrohorg, mas
ter, arrived from San Francisco this morn
ing, two days, lutor than the W.G.Irwin
although sho left two days earlier. She
brought a cargo of general meichandise,
including a duck load of lumber, and
. docked above the Oceanic wharf, Tlio
bark commenced discharging immediately.
TINKER In Honolulu, November 10,
1S02, to the wife of James Tinker, a son.
WODEHOUSt: At tlio Ilrllish Legation,
on the 11th inst., James Hay, infant
son of James Hay Wodehouse, Jr., and
Mrs. Wodehouse, aged one year.
C. J." McCarthy
stroot for .sale.
has lots on Liliha
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at ''The
Elite Ice Cream Parlors."
A. Barnes is now a member of tho
Road Board of Wailuku, Maui.
After shaving lino Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smit h Si Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street.
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
Dr. Sholliold's cremo dentifrice is
ouorod at a liberal discount to tho
trade by Hobron, Nowmau & Co.
For island views and artistic phot os
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovorin &
Bolster, Fort street. Amateur work
A Marshal's salo of certain arti
cles taken under execution will bo
hold at tho Polico Station on Satur
day, Decombor 8.
Mechanics' Homo, fill and 61 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and fiOe, a night; SI
and $1.25 a week.
Postmastor-Genoral Hill oilers for
salo by tender until Thursday, Nov
ember 17, $50,000 six-percent Gov
ernment bonds of tho denomination
of $1000 oach.
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will ro
Humo giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Rtsidonco, Alakea street,
near tho-YrM. C. A.
Aro your children subject to croup?
If so, you should novor bo without
a bottlo of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It is a cortaiu euro for
croup, and has novor boon known to
fail. If given freely as soon as tho
croupy cough appears it will pre
vent the attack. It is tho solo reli
ance with thousands of mothers who
havo croupy children, and never (lis,
appoints them. There is no danger
in giving this Remedy iu largo and
frequent doses, as it contains nothing
iujurious. 50 cent bottles for salo
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of U., will
meet this ovoning.
Hon. II. t Baldwin loft on I ho
Kinau to-day for Mahukona.
It rained cats and dogs at Palania
last night, whilo at Waikiki hardly
any rain foil.
Jurors at tho October term can
got their feos now at tho Sunroino
Court Clerk's olllco.
T. J. Cunnnins, n ranchman, ar
rived I)' tho bark Forest Queen from
San Francisco to-day.
Mrs. H. F. "Wichman and Mibs
Dallam will visit tho Volcano on the
next trip of tho Kinau.
Tho band is playing at tho Queen's
Hospital this afternoon for tho do
leetatiou of its pationts.
L. J. Lovoy will sell firewood at
tho corner of Richards ami King
streets at 12 o'clock to-morrow.
Talk about hard times. Why, that
old gent wasn't in it to-day. Money
was Hying round to-day like noth
ing. Decisions on tho Harrison eases
and tho Caroy libol caso will bogivon
in tho Police Court to-morrow morning-
Queen Dowager Kapiolani and
party aro expected to return on tho
next trip of tho stoamor Kinau from
The Forest Queon having arrived
with tho shingles, tho work on Cen
tral Union Church spiro will now bo
A ono-milo skating race will take
place to-morrow evening at tho rink
between J. Alapai and Charles Lam
bert for .20 a side.
Tho regular Christinas vacation
of all public schools will extend
from Frida', December 1(5, to Tues
day, January 3, 185)3.
Tho salo of wagons and carts by
J. F. Morgan which was to take
place to-morrow has been postponed
until Monday at noon.
Mr. J. Hay Wodehouse, Jr. and
wife will have universal svninathv
iu tho loss of their infant son, who.
cueu on ins lirst butlulaj'.
Certain articles of furnituro will
bo sold in front of tho Polico Sta
tion to-morrow at noon on a writ of
execution for distraint of lent.
Tho Government employees were
paid oiF to-day, consequently thoj
wear a beaming smile and have a
good word for everyone thoy meet.
John Burke was found guilty in
tho Polico Court this morning for
having cho fa tickets in possession
and sentenced to pay a lino of $30.
Work on tho now brick warehouse
of W. G. Irwin & Co. has beon re
sumed, a supply of brick having ar
rived by tho brig W. G. Irwin Wed
nesday. J. J. Williams, photographer, left
on tho schooner Lilioliho to-da' for
Lysan and Lisiansky Islands. Mr.
Williams took with him a canvas
tent to keep out guano.
Tho stock and fixtures in tlio store
lately occupied by A. L. Cron will
bo sold at auction to-morrow at 10
o'clock by J. F. Morgan, by ordor of
F. W. McChesnoj', assignee.
Six creditors proved claims
amounting to $178.30 against S. W.
Ledorer, bankrupt, before Judge
Bickorton to-day, and Chas. T.
Guliek was elected assignee under
Tho picnic to bo given by the
nioinbors of 'Lodge lo Progres at
Reinond Grove on tho 10th inst. will
bo a strictly temperance affair. The
way tickets are selling indicates a
A. G. Correa, an eiitorpriiing
young lawyer, sued a Portuguese
named A. Silva for $-10 on Wednes
day, boinghis fees' in dill'creut eases
in which ho defended Silva and his
son. Judgment was given Correa
for the full amount.
As roported in yesterday's Bulle
tin a man named Fisher was arrested
for assault and battery on another
over an alleged trespass on a boat.
It appears that the complainant, had
struck tho other first and had been
worsted. Fisher has been dis
charged. In the common nuisance case
against Dr. J. Chas. Harrison iu tho
Polico Court yostordaj' afternoon,
several prominent gentlemen were
examined. Among them was Hon.
Jos. Marsdon, who stated that tho
pictures exhibited wore no moro ob
scene than those exhibited by Bon
Hogan in tho Y. M. C. A. hall a little
whilo back. Judgment will bo given
THE MAKAWELI MILL.
To Commence Grinding tho Middlo
of Next Month. j
Steam was started in tho two
boilers of tho Makaweli Plantation, I
Kauai, on Thursday of last week, on
tho arrival of Hon. 11. J'. Baldwin i
from Honolulu. Steam was started
again on. Tuesday and everything
worked satisfactorily. Tlio planta
tion, which is tho largest on tho
islands, will bo iu working order in
tho middle of Decombor, when it is
expected grinding will bo com
menced. The cane is in a nourishing condi
tion and ovory thing tends to a suc
cessful trrindimr season. Several
sticks of cano measuring eighteen
nothing but waving sh of canu
cun bo buoii, Tlio irrigation is good.
Scotchtown, tho naino by which
Makawoli is moro familiarly known,
is doltod with houses of ovory lo
soriiition; a groal contrast to what
tho plnco looked liko a fow years ago.
Success to Makawolil
feet without the tops wore placed on H,,orL (im a, ui0.0i.IMi hMmv
exhibition in the Hawaiian News (!ilhiW fil0 c.millurH .rbit,,,,
Co.'s store the other day. It is Sur- tnb, , H;iu.lillor,. pU .
priBinfr and .encouraging to seo such t,iroH hholviny, elV. All must bo '
a Jino tfrmvtli. Foraoros and acres ui.i ' ;
FnnuY, Nov. 11, 18i2.
Assembly convened at tho usual
hour for prayer. At 10:18 a quorum
was present and the minutes of the
previous meeting were read and ap
proved. Rop. Smith from the Judiciary
Committee roported on Bill 21a, ro
tating to the Masters and Servants
Act and recommended that the bill
pass. Tabled for further reports.
Noblo Baldwin presented a supple
mentary report from ox-Minister
Corn well as member of tho special
eointnittefi having consideration of
tho Oceanic Steamship Co. Subsidy.
Tho report favors the sum $21,000 as
a subsidy for the biennial period and
also that $500 per month extra bo
paid provided a steamer of tho com
pany touches at Hilo. Report tabled
for consideration witli other reports
on tho subject in connection with
tho Appropriation Bill.
Unfinished Business brought up
tho continuation of the reading of
sections of tho bill to Reorganize the
Judiciary, commencing with Section
On motion the bill passed.
At 11 :32 Rop. Kamauoha moved to
tako recess until 1:30 p. in., and, al
though a protest was made' against
tho motion yy Rop. Smith and tho
President, tho motion carried and
the Assembly took recess.
An Absurd Economical Schomo.
Last night's meeting of tho Board
of Representatives of tho Honolulu
Firo Department, who represent
every section and shade of opinion
of our volunteer firo laddies, showed
that it is their unanimous sentiment
that the offices of Chief Engineer
and Firo Marshal ought not to bo
amalgamated as is proposed to bo
dono for tho ostensible sake of
0001101113 by a bill now before tho
Legislature and having the seal of
the approval of the partisan com
mittee which endorsed it without
duo and proper investigation.
Everyone in Honolulu is aware
that tho safot3' of our lives and pro
perty from danger 1)3" lire is and has
been from the beginning in tho
hands of our volunteer fire com
panies. Tho men who compose the
department havo grown up in tho
midst of these conditions and pos
sess a practical knowledge of tho
needs and requirements ot tho situ
ation and, when U103" unanimously,
without any porsonal object, re
affirm tho necessit3' of keeping tho
two offices distinct, their opinion as
experts is entitled to great if not
overwhelming weight with the com
munity and tho Legislature. It
should settle the question for ever
or until a paid fire department is in
stituted. Every unprejudiced man of sense
will at once, on becoming acquainted
with tho qualifications required of
and tho duties lo bo performed by
the two ollicers, admit that tho
opinion of tho Fire Department is
both logical and sound; good souse
and true economy. Tho Chief Engi
neer is selected ovory two years: by
ballot by tho members of tho differ
ent companies as executive head of
the Department, from thoir desiro
to honor him and to secure an effi
cient director at tires and other
work of tho Department. No provi
sions in law exist for his removal in
case of incompetency or failure to
perforin his duties. JEvory member
of tho Department is eligible for tho
office no matter to what company
ho belongs, or what his occupation
or capacity mnj- be.
The Firo Marshal, besides having
inaii3' duties conferred by law on
him outside of his purely lireinan's
t won;, is the paid s-oivuut of the
Department appointed at present by
the Minister of the Interior to look
after and care for and keep iu order
tho property of the Department,
and must from the natuie of his
duties as well as 1)3 law bo a com
petent mechanic who understands
tho nature and care of engines.
To combine hoo two offices would
either place the department under
tho full control of a paid oilicer of
the Government acting under hi
superior's orders, which tho volun
teer boys would never submit to, or
would limit tho choice of tho depart
ment for its executive head to such
mombors as wore practical engineers,
which would provent all possibility
of the satisfaction of that ambition
which tho present chief has declared
is tho hope that burns in ovory fire
man's bosom, to bo some day Chief
Engineer, and which for so many
years, led him to struggle till ho suc
cessfully reached the coveted posi
tion. Tho proposition to amalgamate
tho offices, like 11111113' others of the
hasty absurdities originating with
tho Mean Ways Committee, only
needs to havo its inevitable results
considered to meet tho just con
demnation it merits.
Honolulu, Nov. 11, 1802.
Marcus R. Colburu has been ap
pointed a moinber of tho Board of
Inspectors of Animals for tho Dis
trict of Honolulu, vico Jno. H,
Attention is called to the As
signee's salo of the slock and lix
tuies in tho Ice Cream Parlors of A.
L. Cron, The salo takes place on
the promises to-morrow, at 10 a.m.
Among tho articles to be sold are: 1
handsome soda fountain which cost
over wtx) and ha Deon used hut a
Gros Uinot is tho ino.it ignorant of
inon, Entering a bookseller's shop,
ho said: "1 want a nice book, some
thing in tho historical lino." ''Would
you liko 'The last days of Pompeii?'"
"What did ho dio of?" "An erup
tion, I boliovo,"
m 1 '
O1T0SED TO A CHANGE.
Tho Firo Department Does Not Want
the Fire Marshal Abolished.
There were muttering of a storm
at tho meeting of the Board of Rep
resentatives of tho Honolulu Firo
Dopartmont last night. It was inti
mated iu advance that a vote of
want of confidence in the Chief En
gineer was to bo presented by Iin
gine Co. No. 1. Other causes of
friction were also expected to arise,
and t hc.v did. Still the meeting
passed oil" without anything having
occurred lo produce hard feelings
It was a largo meeting, most of
tho members of the Board being
present. Chief Engineer Julius Aseh
presided, supported by First and
Second Assistants Jns. Jl. Hunt and
David Kalawaia. llonry Smith, Secre
tary, had a heap of communications
and reports on his desk, on whieh
there was more talk than would have"
sufficed, as to whether this, that or
the other thing should be read, and
as to the disposition of tho respec
tive documents. They related to
the Chief Engineer and to tho Firo
Marshal, respectively, both of whom
had fallen into disfavor with differ
Engine Co. No. -1 reported to tho
Board that it had unanimously pass
ed a vote or want of coulldenco in
John Neill, Firo Marshal, on tho
grounds of unjust treatment, dis
courtesy, etc., toward tho 'complain
ing coinpaii3r. The company's letter
was referred, for investigation and
report, to a coininitleo consisting of
tho Assistant Engineers, Foreman
McVeigh of No. 1, Foreman Wido-
mann of No. 2 and Captain Krouse
of tho Fire Police. So that matter
was quieted for tho time being.
Tho Fire Marshal's ollico likawiso
came in for some warm discussion,
rotative to tho bill ponding in the
Legislature; which would abolish it
and confer its duties on tho Chief
Engineer at a salary of S75 a month.
Ciipt. Krouse and Delegate Hill of
tho Firo Polico were armed with
written instructions from thoir com
pany, to oppose tho contemplated
change. Then tho special commit
tee on legislation was called up to
ascertain what it had done in con
ference with tho Judicially Commit
tee of the Legislature on tho afore
said bill. Secretary Smith and
Delegate Logan reported vorbalh
that t Iioy had given their views on
Department matters to tho Judici
al Committee, as well as informed
it, so far as their iiii'iuory could re
call at tho time, of the declared
opinions of tho Board. Some mom
bors thought tho committee should
be consured for not having protest
ed in tho name of the Board against
the bill, but tho meeting was con
tent to discharge I hem without a
voto of thanks. Delegate Hill made
a speech against the amalgamation
of the two offices, holding that the
position of Chief Engineer was an
honorary one, whilo that of tho Firo
Marshal was merely for a competent
mechanic to do certain work for
wages. Delegate T. R. Lucas moved
and it was seconded and unaiiiiiious
I3' carried, that a committee of three
be appointed to draft a letter under
seal of tho Department to tho Legis
lature, informing it tlat tho Hono
lulu Firo Department was opposed
to tho proposed change. Delegate
Lucas, Foreman J. H. Boyd of No.
J, and S C3. Smith were appointed
as such committee. It was further
ordered on motion that tho Chief
Engineer and tho Secretary attest
With respect to Engine Co. No.
l's expected attack oi tho Chief
Engineer, tho matter did not as
sume a form for action 13' the
Board. The company siiuplj sent a
letter to the Board informing it that
tho company's representatives were
instructed to support aii3' voto of
want of confidence in the Chief En
gineer that might be introduced.
On motion tho letter was received
and placed on filo, to bo considered
whou a motion of want of confidence
was made. No such motion being
presented at. this meeting the com
munication rests in innocuous ube)'
anco. The rest of the business was only
routine and tho meeting came to an
Sutisaritit' for tin'
ci'iitu per month.
Daily Hulk-tin, CO
v- ' vr
" I have been a great
sufferer from Asth
mn and Severn folds
every Winter, and last Fall my
friends as well as myself thought
because of my feeble condition, and
great distress from constant cough
ing, and inability to raise any of the
accumulated niatler from my lungs,
that my time was close at hand.
When neatly worn out for want of
sleep and rest, a friend repqmmcnd
ed me to try thy valuable medicine,
Syrup. I am con
fident it saved my
life. Almost the first
dose gave me great
relief and a gentle re
freshing sleep, such as I had not had
for weeks Mycuuglibegau immedi
ately to Ioommi and pass away, and
I found myself rapidly gaining in
health an weight I am pleased
toinfoini thee -unsolicited that I
am in excellent health and do cer
tainly attnbuteit to thy Hoschee'a
German Sytup C H, Stjcknuy,
Pictou, Oiilano." 9
HA WA 1 1 AN COUNOl I. NO. list), AM Kit
icau Legion of Honor, incuts 'I'll IH
(Friday) llVF-NlNd ut V.'M o'clock, ut
Harmony Hull, King street
tiur. ..I, yiA i ,
Daily liullttiu, 60 cents a month,
TTHrVh tb -n -cv
.t rfiH n
J JL M.J,
B.F. ALLEN &C0J
Hobron, Newman & Go.
AND KINO STI1HKTS.
dffv'S'f ' (
Members of Lodge Le Progres
de l'Oceanie No, 124,
ilAVH DIXMDKD TO OlVi: A
Grand Picnic & Dance
- - AT
On November 19, 1892
BY V1KTUK OF A WlilT OK KXIX'U
tion ifsui'il out of the I'olioo I'ourt, en
thu Uth ilny of Outi.lior, A. 1). lo!U, agiiliixt
litMito.lo'-u launch), lU'li'inliint, in favor ol
HoihuIvos .t t,'o-i iihiintill', for thu mini of
iflOTi.lM, 1 liavi' lovii'il Uionaiiil .-hallo.ioi-c
for valo at thu I'olicuStation, in thu PWtrli't
of Honolulu, Nlaml of Oaliu, at I-'oYlock of
SATURDAY, tho l.'th .lav or Novwnhur, A.
I. 18!)-', to the hih'lu.it hid.lcr, all the rii-lit,
tillunuil inlori'-it of the -.niil Itnnto .lo-u
I;nafio, (lufuinhtnt, in anil to the fallowing
property, unli'-s j-ahl jii'luinunt, imprcMt,
co-t" nail my oxi('iioi ho juvviuiiHly paid.
I.Nt of proputty fori-alu:
Sundry (liuourii'i, Crockery, ele., loek In
trade, of aforesaid Jtento ,lo-e lnaeio. 1
Show l'ae, 2 Si'ales nml Weights, and 1
vwigon, ami i net ol uiil names.
(Signed) ('. It. WILSON,
Honolulu, Oct. Ir, Ih'l'. .Vil-lt
BY VlKTlTi: OF A VIMT OF KXKl'U
tion ix-ued out of the l'idieu Court, on
thu 2d day of Nuvumlicr, A. 1). ISij, against
Leo. Yiek, defendant, in favor of Kwoug
I.ee Yuen .V Co., plaintills, for the sum of
i'M. 10. I have levied uivui and shall expose
for Mile ut the riilleo Station In the Dislriet
of Honolulu, Hand of Oaliu, at 12 o'eloek
of SATURDAY, the .lid d of Divemhor,
A. D. IMU, to the hign.-l hidder, all the
right, title and inleiot of tlio said l.eo
iuk, defendant, in and lo the following
property, unless s.iid judgment, interest,
costs and tny evpon-ei he pmvlutisly paid.
l.ii-t of property for Mile:
2 Tahles, 2 l'ietures, Chairs, I Stand
mid 1 Lantern, 1 Sllvei Wiitcli ami Chain.
CHAS. II. WILSON,
BY VlliTLT. Ol' A Wit IT OF KXICCU
tion i-siied out of the I'olico Court, on
tho Ihlilav of Oetohor, A. 1). IfiU. agaliint
Hi Saehs, defendant, in favor of O, Troun
scau, plaiutill, for the Finn of $I0U.8I, I
have levied upon and shall oxpo-u for wilo
at tho Police Station, in thu District of
Honolulu, bland of 'Oahn, at 12 o'eloek '
SATURDAY, thu lllth dav of Noveinhei
A. D. IK).', to thu highest 'hidder, all thu
right, title and interest of the slid K.
SaeliH, ilefundiint, In and to tlio following
property. unUs said iudginunt, Interest,
costs and my expenses ho pruviously paid.
Lift of properly for .salo:
1 Trunk with Contentn.
C. II. WILSON,
Honolulu, Oct. 22, li.!)2. oiKl-lt
TAX COIiliECTOK'S NOTICE.
mm; tax oollkctor kor thk
District of lliiuial.-iia. Hawaii, will he
ut tho following places on lliu days, slated
to rcoolvo Tuxes for thu year ii'.ti;
Knlwlkl Tuesday, ?Cov. L".lth.
Ktlkaiau Wuduosduv, Nov. :x)th.
raituilo-Thiirsdiiy, Hee. Ibl.
Kiuiuliuliil'-Krliliry, Deo. 2nd.
Walpio Tuesday, Dec. tit tl.
Kiikiiihaelu -Kriduv, Dee, !)th.
All other days until the Ifith of Decoiu
her, at Ills olllcc in Ilonokaa.
jtonoKiia, uct. xi, iwij.
NOT1CK 18 HKRKIIY C.IVKN THAT
Hit Foo has sold out his oiie-tliird In
terest in a certain indenture made hv Mrs.
Catharine I'uhlkiilunl Auld, leusing to Ah
Foo, Hu Foo nml Ah (Jliiin curluln lauds
situate ut Kulhi, Waikiki, Komi, Oaliu,
dCsorihed ill sulil iiidoutliro, to Killil loy,
uud that tho said Kuiii I.oy will not he res
ponsible for unv of thu dehts of the lessees
of tliUMihllumls. KA.M LOY.
Honolulu, Nov. 2, lU. 6ii7-lv
jllnls nt f.'i apiece with
all guild singers, ut tho
resilience of .Mis. T. W, rlem
lug, ou King si ice t next door to
J. F. Howler's.
rpilH ANNUAL MKF.TINO OF THU
1. Uiiinu Feed Co., L'd, will ho held u(
thu Company's olllco, Ououn street, on
TULSDAS', tho IMIi hint., ut 11 o'clock
A. M. F. It, VIDA,
tiuJ ft w. YitCk; hft
PICNIC and DANCE!
-SySgi Llfr?.w-J. Jf fry YJEa-ti8aI
Thanksgiving and Xmas !
A Herd ot Over Two Hundred Fed ou Cooked'Food
FOR THU PAST SIX MONTHS IN
ElegeLiit Oonciitioii for tlie Talole !
We do not oll'er Skelelon Mini- for sale at l.."i() n piece, hut
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
3Dress3ci and Iced If lOesirecl
AND DKMVRRKD THK MORNINd Or" DAY KOlt UKK
YQ Live Weight of Hinls var inj; from 12 to 20 Ihs. -.
Prices to S-u.it Eeryfoocly !
FOR SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Ojlicv of I). If. liiirnliiim,
m. a. sin-: n miY plate
My lout order for Plates arrived very promptly. Pleaur accept " v'
thank for bring so prompt.
I wish to slate, that Tarn uiiny your Plates exclusively for all
work done on these grounds, for the official record of construction.
Of course comment by me us to the good nwilities of the Seed
Plate arc entirely unnecessary, v
C. J). ARNOLD,
The Seed Plates
HT .AjaEJ FOR SALE 02STTr- B'Y-
109 3Tort Street,
104 Port Street, KCoiiolxilu..
Have you fen the Xeir J'mnan
t I lave
you seen the Sight downs
SI lav you se
en the Sew Art Sill.
t ,i' i'ii si'i'n tlf .Ion wyi(i'.'r'
Pair at ' Sachs' Store t
Have you xei n
the iV Silk
T M you know that the Lat'-st Xov
ialways lie found at Sachs' Store t
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
IIY LAST KTKA.MKR
Kiaek Cashniuro CJ-lneli wiilu, Hi cents per
yard nml upwind.
Jllaek India l.awn. lltack l'rciudi l.awu.
Illnek Hatteen iu l'laiu and Floured,
lllaek' (.'alien iu l'laiu and l-'ih'urcd.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 Fort, St.
f.Sf DressiuakliiK iindur tho iiiaiiageiueut of Miss K. CLARK. "1
I lug Resort -lius liciiu onuned ut Wili-
.... .. i ... . .
kiki uiiiier inu iinov'J nanio ny .mi:. i k .
Rowi:, for the comfort and conveiiienco of
tlio-c wishing to, enjoy u sea hulli. It Is
slluiiteil ii little, heyond tho Villa. Traiu
ciiri pass tho gu'to.
N. II. Special arrangeinoiits havo heen
mailo for Family I'lenics and Lvoning
lluthing 1'arties. WW-tf
NOTICK IH IIKRFHY
given that thofollow
sugdeseriheil Aiiimub will
hu sold ut I'uhllo Auction,
on KATURDAY. Nov. 2li.
Ih!l2, ut 12 o'clock noon, ut tlioUovcruuioiit
Round ut Mukikl:
1 dray Mure, hriindeil "TR" ou right
side of neck,
1 Hay Mure with whito stieak on fore
head, all legs Mack, hruudeil "D" on right
I1B Owners of the above. Animals must
send iu their claims within 18 days, other
wicothoy will ho sold on the diite above
liuiiioil, D. KAOAO,
Honolulu, Nov. IU, 16!).'. 571-21
Harness and Huddlo.
any trlul given, Also
1-bcutcd Huggy mid I
l'liiiotuu, Hourly now.
Chirf of Construction, World'
ll'i-l The llookrrt, Chiewjo.
Mm !), 1S02.
Louis, Mo. fa
HConolvilTJi, EL I.
ityfies at X. S. Sachs' Store t
thai are selling for ijtl.tXJ at Saclts'l
4 for Drapes and Fancy Work at
t'ndri'Kied Kid Uluces for tfl.ol)
Striped and Polka IM Chaitles 0
It en a.id .l
Most Stylish (I mill can
A KUI.L USK OK
lllaek, Cotton, Hllk and Kid (Jlove.s iu all
lihiek lstoekiiii;s for Ladies and Children,
lllaek Silk Wnrti lleiirielte Cloths,
Rtc, l.tc, Kte., Kte.
Tho Nippon Yusou Kalsba's Steamship
Will leave this port fur Yokohama direct
ou or about
f& For particulars regarding Freight
uud I'lis-tigo, upply in
W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will, sell at tlio Very Uiwcst
Market Rules fur (ash.
Bell 414 - -TELEPHONE Mutual 414
J. uuiiis of Interesting Rcading'Mdltor.
l!unds,$l mailed to forelyii oouiitriea,f0,