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TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, NOV. 12, 1892.
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Batumi w, Nov. 12.
Stmr rintullnc from Mnnt nnd Haw nil
Stmr Moltoltl from Moloknl
Btinr Wnlmniinlo hum Mnul nnd Moloknl
Vossols Loaving To-morrow.
Stmr .Tnmcs Mnkcc for Knunl nt 4 p m
Btmr l'olo for Kolon nt 10 n m
Stmr Wiilinnnnlo for Moloknl nnd Mnul
Stmr Mokolll for Mnlokni nt 5 p m
From Mnul nnd Hawaii, per stmr Olnud
Ino, Nov 12-AV Mutch, wlfo nnd child, W
K Campbell, G HutohhiR, Mrs T Cnnipboll,
Mrs J C White. K von Tempsky nnd wlfo,
W KorgiiBon, II II Bryant, T S Kny, M I)
Monsnrrnt, J Knlnnn and wlfo, 0 0 Gnrd
nor, Y Amoy nnd '.'0 dock.
Cargooa from Island Ports.
Per Btmr Clnudlno 53 head cnttlo, 71 sks
potatoes, 75 sks tnro, 80 pkgs imndrics.
The steamer Claudlno arrived early this
morning1 from Mnul In order to go on tho
Mnrino ltnilwny to bo cleaned. She ex
perienced the usual weather along the
The steamer Pole will leave for Kolon on
Monday morning, at 10 o'clock, with conl
nnd a monster 11-ton boilor. Tho boiler,
on arrival, will bu llontcd ashoro, all tho
tubes having been stopped.
Tho plans for tho new armoied cruiser
No. y, provided by tho last session of Con
gross, include ono radical innovation In the
construction of war ships. Tho three
.smokestacks will bo each one hundred feet
high, which is from thirty to forty fcot
higher than tho smokostacks of any other
war ship In tho United States Navy. These
towering funnels will detract considerably
from tho beauty of the ship and glvo her
an exceedingly awkward appearoneo, but
inthlscaso beauty is sncriliced to utility.
Tho incrcaso in height w ill givo additional
drruglit and do nway with tho necessity of
forced draught in ordinary steaming. It
will also carry the smoko and gas from tho
furnaces above tho military innsts of the
ahip, and glvo tho men in tho tops a chance
to light w ithout being smoked out. Tho
high .stacks have been adopted by the Bri
tisti merchant steamer Scot in "tho Capo
trade and found to work well, but the
cruiser will bo tho first naval vessel to
st. Andrew's cathedral.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Choir
notice, 22d Sunday after Trinity.
6:30 a. in., Holy communion; 11 a. in.,
Morning prayer and sermon; Even
ing prayer with sermon, 7:30.
Tho services of tho second congre
gation of StrAndrow's Cathedral to
morrow will bo as follows: 9:45 a. m.,
morning prayor with sermon; To
Douui, Dykes in F; hymns 228 and
870; anthem, "Tho Pillars of tho
Earth are tho Lord's," by Tours.
6:30 p. m., evensong and sermon;
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis to
double chant; anthem, "The Son of
God Goes Forward to War," by Sir
Arthur Sullivan; hymns 175 and
21. Jtow Alex. Mackintosh, pastor.
All are cordially invited to those ser
vices. OATUOLIO CATHEDRAL.
Sunday Services 6 and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. English sormon at
tho 7 a.m. Mass, every Sunday
during tho whole year. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sormon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Kosarj' and Catechism. 4. p.m., in
winter season (Novombor to Febru
ary), 1:30 p.m. in summer season
(February to November), Benedic
tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Services 6 and 7 a.m.,
Tho Eoorganizod Chinch of Jesus
Christ will hold services to-morrow
iu tho Mililaui hall, near tho
v. Music Hall, as follows: Biblo
class, 10 a.,ni.; Preaching in English
and Hawaiian, 11 a. in.; Preaching
in English, 7:30 p. in. All aro in
vited. CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
A praiso service will be hold at
Fort street Church to-morrow even
ing. Preaching in the morning by
tho Pastor at 11 o'clock. All aro in
vited. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST,
Seventh Day Advontists will have
Biblo meetings ovory Sunday even
ing, at tho corner of Punchbowl and
Evaugolistic sorvicos will bo con
ducted by tho Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday nnd Sunday at 7:30
Y. M. O. A. HALL.
Evnngolistic borviees in tho Y. M.
C. A. hall. 6:30 to 7:15 p. m.
Committed for Trial.
Police Justico Fostor rendered his
decision this morning in tho libel
suit against E. E. Caroy for tho arti
cles which appeared in The Liberal
ou Saturday last against Dr. G. E.
Harrison aud wifo. His Honor found
that thoro was probable cause to bc
liovo that conviction would take
Since boforo a jury, aud committed
ofondant for trial at tho next torm
of tho Supromo Court.
To tho Editor of tho Advertiser:
Sir Wasp camo buzzing to his work,
And various things did tackle;
Ho stung a boy and then a dog,
Then made the roosters cackle.
At last upon an editor's cheek
lie settled down to drill ;
lie prodded there a while unil thou
Ho broke his William.
Mr, Mooro, tho postmaster at
Brndshaw, Va., after reading nn ad
vortisomont of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, con
cluded to try a small bottle of it.
Ho says: "I used it iu two cases for
colic and threo for diarrhoea with
perfect satisfaction. I havo handled
nnd used a groat deal of patent
modiciuo, but novor tried any that
gave as good results ns this. For
salo by all dealers. Bonson, Smith &
Co., Agonts for the Hawniiun Isl
Tho rogular concert
Squnro this afternoon.
Mr. It. von Tompsky nnd wife ar
rived in town by tho Clnudiuo this
Tho stoamor Clnudiuo did not
bring any sugnr from Mnui this
Santa Clnus' Headquarters will
opon on Monday. Don't fail to see
Tho boys on tho dredge woro paid
off this morning nnd aro conse
Tho Holomua wiU'bogin on Mon
day with a daily issue having two
columns of English.
Tho groat ovont of tho season will
como off this day week. That is,
tho picnic of Lodge lo Progros at
Dr. J. Chas. Harrison wns found
not guilty and discharged in tho
Polico Court this morning on a
charge of common nuisnnco in ex
hibiting obscono pictures.
A Ghinnmnn named Ah Kum wns
arrested yostordayi for common nui
snnco. This morning Polico Justico
Fostor gnvo him warning thnt should
ho come again, ho'd bo sent up.
A heavy 11-ton boilor which has
boon lying noar tho P. M. S. S. wharf
for somo timo will bo taken to tho
Koloa plantation, on Monday. Engi
neer Boyd has tosted it nnd found it
to stand tho required prossuro.
Dr. Geo. E. Harrison, agont of tho
Potts-Harrison combine, was found
guilty on a charge of assault nnd
battery on E. E. Caroy and sentenced
to pay a fine of S100 and $3.70 costs.
Tho doctor noted an appoal to tho
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Hoot Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Elite Ico Cream Parlors."
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn roliovod at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed lo 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gertz.
Dr. McLonnan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 682.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovorin &
Bolster, Fort stroot. Amateur work
Mechanics' Home, 59 and 61 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
By order of C. T. Gulick, assignee,
Jas. F. Morgan will sell goods of S.
W. Ledorer, bankrupt, King and
Nuuauu streets, at 10 o'clock Mon
day. Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving-1 instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. 'Residence, Alakea street,
near tho Y. M. O. A.
. "Tho Number Nino" lends itself
to some curious porlorinajiccs in
figures, some of which aro illustrated
in an advertisement of tho nino
The following otlicors havo been
elected by tho Oahu Gemot ory Asso
ciation: Hon. Jus. I. Dowsott, Presi
dent; Hon. J. T.Waterhouso, J r.,Vice
Prosidont; Mr. Bruco Cartwright,
Treasurer; Mr. John H. Paty, Secre
tary. A holiday announcement of tho
Golden Rule Bazaar appoal s to-day.
Mr. Reynolds tho piopriotor has
personally selected the stock in tho
States.. Tho interesting statement
is made that Christmas cards aro out
of fashion, artistic booklets having
A Child's Funeral.
Tho funeral of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Hay Wodehouso, Jr.'s, infant son
tool; place from St. Andrew's Catho
dral this niorniug. Thoro was n
largo uttondnncb, tho church being
filled. Rov. Alex. Mackintosh con
ducted tho sorvico, aud tho choir,
with Mr. Wray Taylor at tho organ,
rendered beautiful music, including
tho hymns, "Tender Shepherd," and
"Thy Will bo Done." Beautiful conr
tributions of fiowors woro made by
relatives and frionds of tho sorrow
ing couple. Tho pall-bearers woro
Hon. J. W. Robertson, Hor Majosty's
Chamberlain, Col. J. II. Boyd, Messrs.
H. M. Whitney, Jr., and Ernest
Wodehouso. Tho scone in t ho church
Band, Prof. II. Borgor, loader, will
givo a coucort this afternoon at
Emma Square, beginning at 1:30
o'clook. Following is tho program:
March Brown l'rlneo.......
Overture Calif of Dugdad.
Cornet Solo Thu I'Mrst lovo
Selection Hose of Castile .
UJurlonet Solo Louisa Miller.
The Best Plaster. Dnmpeu a
pieco of ilannol with Chnmborlniu's
Pain Balm and bind it on over tho
seat of painr It is bolter than any
plaster. When tho lungs are soro
Btioh nn application on tho chest
and another on tho back, between
tho shoulder blades, will
vent pneumonia. Thoro
so good for a lame back or a pain iu
tho sulo. A soro throat can nearly
always bo cured iu one night by ap
plying a Ilannol bandage dampened
with Pain Balm. f0 cent bottles for
salo by nil dealers. Bonson, Smith
& Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
Saturday, Nov. 12, 1892.
Assembly convened at 10 o'clock
for prayor. Minutes of tho previous
mooting woro then rond and ap
proved. Rep. Smith moved tho reconsidor
ntion of tho itoni in tho Appropri
ation Bill rolntivo to $15,000 passed
for Central Firo Slntion, Honolulu.
Rop. Smith moved that tho item
be referred to n special committee
Carried, nnd President Wnlkcr np
pointed tho following committee:
Noblos Young and Droior nnd Rops.
Smith nnd Wilder nnd tho Minister
of tho Interior.
Rep. Kauealii roporled on sovornl
miscellaneous petitions, including
(1) thnt'oll schools bo gathered to
gether for an annual general exhibi
tion; (2) that no person bo employed
as a teaohor who cannot sing; (8)
that nn appropriation bo niacio to
cover the oxponsos of tho Hawaiian
Jubilco next year; (1) that a lottery
bill bo passed. Tlio committee re
commend that tho Hist two bo tabled
and that tho others bo tabled for
further consideration. Report ap
proved. Rop. Kamnuohn presented tho fol
lowing questions to tho Cabinet: 1.
Does tho Cabinet intend to negoti
ate a now Reciprocity Treaty with
tho United States? 2. Is thoro any
intention of making disposition of
Pearl Harbor by cession or lease?
3. Request that a copy of any now
proposed treaty bo placed boforo tho
Assembly. 1. Is it proposed to
send an envoy to Washington to as
sist in negotiation of treaty?
At 10:32 tho Order of tho Day be
ing moved, Bill 193, relating to tho
repeal of bill imposing a tax on play
ing cards, catno up on third rending.
On motion tho pot it ion and re
ports of mnjority and minority of
thoPinanco Committee on tho bill
Noblo J. M. Horner moved tho
adoption of the minority report (ad
vorso to tho repeal of tho Bill).
Rop. Iosopa favored tho motion
of Noblo Hornor. Considered that
it would bo very wrong to repeal tho
now law without trial. Holy Writ
mentions a fool that builds a house
and then toars it down with his own
hands. Tho Assembly should not
bo like tho fool. Tho bill was not
passed hurriedly and tho pooplo who
petition now'to havo it repealed had
ample time to present their petition
before. After tho fledgling has loft
its nost they wish us to cntch it for
Rop. Koaliou favored tho adoption
of tho minority report in tho inter
est of good morals. Taxing playing
cards would bo a step to stop gam
bling. Ho lnovod the previous ques
tion. Previous question carried and on
motion tho bill boforo tho Assembly,
to repeal tho tax, was indefinitely
Bill 181, relative to special permits
to allow medical treatment of lopors,
was road a third timo. '
Considerable discussion was in
dulged in by tho nativo mombors
and of tor two desultory motions were
put and lost tho bill was passed.
Bill 97, relative to better defining
and establishing tho practice in trials
by jury. Considerable discussion
was engaged in, tho Attorney-General
not being inclined to favor tho
bill. On motion, howovor, tho con
sideration of tho bill was doforrod
until moved on by Rep. Ashford, tho
.At 12:05, on motion; tho Assembly
THE ASSAULT CASE.
Transcript of Evidenco
in the Police
Regina vs. G. E. Harrison, assault
and battery with a weapon obvious
ly and imminently dangerous to life,
on E. E. Caroy, in Honolulu on Nov.
7, 1892. A. S. Hartwoll for prosecu
tion, A. P. Peterson for dofondant.
Cant. A. S. Hoodlotto (lookiiur at
clipping from Liberal dated Nov. 5,
'92, bonded "Ho Didn't Bluff tho
Captain") Somo of tho statements
horo aro true, somo fal.so; in San
Francisco 1 got a lottor from a wo
man claiming to lie defendant's wife;
aui not Keep tho lottor; later tho
woman mot mo twice and wanted
mo to do something to help hor
against defendant, but I told hor I
could do nothing; 1 did not know
who woman was; sho claimed to bo
defendant's wifo; dofondant spoko
to mo about it in Honolulu; I told
him what 1 havo just stated.
Cross-examined Told Dr. Soulo
on tho Australia about it; may havo
spoken of it horo iu town; may havo
told Dr. Minor; think it wns nfter
tho publication in the Liberal that I
snoko of it; not sure, boforo or after;
tho part of nrticlo trying to run a
blufl is false; dofondant did not look
like a gore hunter; I did not run;
Carey talked to me on Friday, want
ed points; declined t.o givo nny;
have not said to any lady in town
that I wns sure that tho woman was
defendant's wifo. (Continued until
E. E. Caroy, sworn Last Monday
mot Dr. 01. E. Harrison outside Bul
letin otllco; man with him asked if 1
wns armed; said I hud a revolver
but it was not on my person; when
1 wont out defendant snid, "a word
with you," I assented; ho asked mo
if I had anything to do with matter
in last Liberal; Isaid I 'did; ho thou
btruek at mo with a cane; I ran, ho
followed; received bruibos on loft
arm, right thumb; two bruises on
chest; ho tried to striko my face; 1
fell down nnd called for holti: 1 had
him arrested: after ho was nrrestod
ho said ho would out mo in tho neni-
tontinry, and if I said more about
his wifo ho would kill mo; 1 had a
revolver at homo; bought another
lust Saturday; may havo bought it
on account of art iclo in Libonfl.
to conduct of Caroy and assault
Dofondant, Dr. G. E. Harrison,
sworn Read Libornl. contained nn
nttnek on my wifo nnd mother; had
henrd that Carey had bought a ro
volvor nnd thnt ho wroto articles in
tho Libornl; Monday, saw him, ask
ed him if ho wroto tho articles, he
snid ho did; told him I hnd nn no
count lo sottlo with him; told Caroy
I proposed to tnkoit out of his hide;
ho turned and ran; did not intend to
uso my enno until ho rnn; I chnsed
him and Used my enno on him; got
hold of him by tho throat mill hit
him; did not think I wns thrashing
a mnn but n miserable fellow; the
Marshal arrested mo; did tell Cnio
I would kill him if he said anything
about my wifo.
THE LIBEL SUIT.
Transcript of Evidonco iu tho Polico
Rogina vs. E. E. Carey. Libel in
first dogreo in Honolulu on Nov. 5,
1892, by causing tho publication in
Tho Liboralof arliclos libelling Geo.
R. W. Wilcox slates defendant wns
omployod nnd is still so employed to
write tho English pnrt of paper.
Do not know who wroto articles
specified in this case.
G. E. Harrison, sworn, states I
camo to Honolulu on last trip of
Australia with my wife. Last Satur
day I saw The Liberal. -Road it first
at Hotel; saw articlos complained
of. Know of no other Geo. E. Har
rison on tho island. Tho nrticlo
nbout "Running n Bluff" referred to
mo. Tho othor articles roforrod to
mo also. Thoro can bo no doubt
nbout it. I did tnlk to Captain
Houdlotto. Our intorviow was pleas
ant; wo shook hands on parting nnd
ho said that ho regretted tho ship's
doctor was so foolish. I have no
legal wifo in San Francisco and did
not loavo thoro with $2000 of any
othor woman's. 1 had somo money of
iurs. jLiongsuoro s; tno lomaio com
panion I lind with mo wn3 my wifo;
I was married to May L. Hartwoll
boforo; I was divorced from hor;
sho uovor had any money oxcopt
what I gave hor; sho has now nil tho
property I over had; I had two
children; when I loft my former
wifo I deeded to tho children half
tho property. Deod exhibited; re
corded in San Diego, Cal., Book 163,
Deeds, page 66.J Was married to
prosont wife Juno 5, 1890 (certifi
cate of marriage shown); sho is tho
fonialo companion I am traveling
with; sho and I camo to-gothor; my
mother and Mrs. Potts, my brother
nnd nnothor man camo horo later; I
talked with defendant last Monday
morning about articlos complained
of; mot him coming out of Bulletin
office; asked him if ho wroto tho
articles; ho said ho wroto "most of
thorn, in fact all of thorn."
Carrio J. Harrison, sworn, testifies
Am wifo of Gi E. Harrison; know
ho was divorced; mjr husband and I
camo horo together on tho Alameda;
tho articles roforrod to mo and my
Prosecution rests. No'dofonso of
Mr. Lorenzo F. Sleeper is very
well known to the citizens of Apple
ton, Me., and neighborhood. He
says: " Right years ago I was taken
" sick, and sufiercd as no one but a
" dyspeptic can. I then began tak
"ing August Flower. At that time
"I w.is a great sufferer. Every
"thin;j I Ue di ;tressed mesothatl
" hnd to throw it up. Then in a
" few moments that horrid distress
" would come on nnd I would have
' ir not fm-1 citTnt
"again. I took a
"little of your med
" iciue, and felt much
"better, nnd after
" taking a little more
" August Flower my
"peared, and since that time I
" have never hnd the first sign of it.
"lean eat anything without the
" least fear of distress I wish all
" that arc afflicted with that terrible
" disease or the troubles caused by
"it would try August Flower, as I
" am satisfied there is uo medicine
"equal to it."
The Number Nine!
Tho xliiKUlnr properties or thu number
nine are well-known to arithmeticians.
Tho follow lily la one of thu most Interest
ing. If the cardinal number from 1 to 9
inclusive, omitting 8, lie uncd as h multi
plicand, nnd any one of them, multiplied
by I), bu used as a multiplier, thu result
will present u MUeeexHion of il'urcs the
Mimo as that multiplied by thu II. Kor ex
am pin, if we wlnh a furies of lives, c take
fi times I), equal to ir for n multiplier;
i3 i r (i -7 ii
(i 1 ,7 2 H 3 U S
II 3 8 2 7 1 (1
fi 5 fi 0 fi 6 6 6 fi
nil the other numbers, Including H (
Another Interostini' fact la that there are
nine luttcrs in "KQUITAHM:," and nine
words in thu following sentence:
"Insure your life iu thu liipiltable Life
BRUOE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agentb for Hawaiian Inland".
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
ATAMKUTINQ OK Till: 110AHI) OK
Trustees of tho Oahu t'emotury Ahso
eiatlon held this Uth day of Nov., 1B'.K, at
thu Uooiiim of thu Chamber of Commerce,
un Klcetton of Otlleern resulted In tho
choice of the Hun. James I. Dow sett, Pre
sident, and thu Hon. J. T. WuterhoiiMi,
"Jr., Viee-l'rcsldent. Mr. llriu-o Cartwright
- 'uub unpointed Treasurer and Mr, John H.
'ty. Kecretary-they to hold Bueh iiii-
I'ointmuiits during tho j.lunmro of thu
JOHN H, I'ATY,
' 678-1 w Secretary 0. 0. A.
B.F. ALLEN &C0,
Mron, Newman & Co.
am) kixo sTiinirrs.
Golden Rule Bazaar
W.'F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
No Humbug nbout our I'rk'twj they nru'
liuuto on ii
And novcr linvu to be rcduui'd.
w.it'ONAi.i.v ))i.i,i. ti:h hTocK in
Elegant Gift Books
And STANDAItl) AUTHOltS.
Children's Books in Illuminated Covers
In Hoards and Linen.
Combination Purses & Card Cases
Couiliinsitioii Wiillets in Alligator,
Sn.iko :iml .Seal Skin.
OAMKS OK Aid. DKSCKll'riONS.
DIARIES for 1893
At I.oor Prices than uvir oll'iircd in
Lawn Tennis Supplies
Including Racket, llalN, 1 1 tit s, Cipi, Xct,
I'ulus timl (int.
C'ltOQUlH' hUTS from $l."i0 to $12.
CHRISTMAS ( AltDS uie out of fashion
and we iiae in their pl.ices a
JWAUTIKUI, LINK. OK-
"WHICH CAN' .NOT UK. lWATT.N.
A GREAT SUCCESS !
.lost tliu Tiling for Bmikfasl
Cooked v Rolled v Oats!
rSTFor Sale by all Leading Grocer3.an
MITCHELL & PETERSON,
S. in. .A.GXE33STTS.
WO and DANCE!
Members of Lodge Lc Progres
de l'Oceanie No. 124,
jiAVK Di:cii)Kn to (iivi: a
Grand Picnic & Dance
AT - -
On November 19, 1892
50 cents a month,
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed ou Cooked Food
KOR Till: 1'ABT
Elega.iit Condition for the Ta,tle !
We do not oiler Skeleton Itirdd for salo nt fl.fio a piece, hut
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
IDresseci and Icoci XT JDesired
' and i)i:i.ivniu:i thi: morning or day fok usr.
tft-l.lvo Weight of Kirds varying from 12 to 'JO lbs. -,
Prices to S-u.it Everyloociy !
FOR SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Offwrof D. Jr. liurnhnm,
-M. A. SEED DRY PLATE CO.,
' St.' Louis, Jb.
My last order for Plates arrived very promptly. Please accept
thanks for being so prompt.
I with to state, that Tarn tiling your Platex exclusively for, all
work done on these groundi for the official record of construction. ,
Of course comment by me as lo the good iunlities of the S(ed
Plate are entirely unnecessary. ,
C. D. ARNOLD,
The Seed Plates
nr J&.TZE FOR. SALE OISTL" B"3T
109 -Fort Street,
N. S. SACHS
104 lort Street, Honolulu.
I Have you wen the New Roman
Have you seen the Night ilotvns
Illav von s''eu tin
Ncic Art Silks
Huie you seen the .Monsquetaire
l'air at ' Sachs' Store f
the New Silk
Do you know that the, hitest Novtlties and Most
ihvays be found at fiachs' Storet
11Y I.ABT BTEA.MEU A KUM. I.INH OK
bljok: qoods i
AS FOIjIiOWS :
Black Cashmere 12-inch wide, fiO eents per
j aid and upwards,
lllaek India Lawn, lllauk French I.iwn.
llluck Hatteeu iu l'laiu and Figured,
11 luck ('alien iu l'laiu aud Figured.
B. F. EHLERS &
& Dressmaking under tho management of Miiw Iv. CI. A UK.
ANKW KI HST-CLASS KAM 1 1V 1IATH
inp ltesort has been opened at Wai
kil.i under thu ahovi name by M if, K. C.
Uohk, for thu comfort and eonveiiiuncu of
those wishing to enjoy a sea luth. It Is
situated a little licvond the Villa, Tram
1'iiri pass tho gate.
N. 11. -Hpeclal arrangements havo been
made for Family I'iiuicH aud
Notkm: ib hi:ui:uy
given that thu follow
siig deserlbei) Animals u ill
be sold at I'llhllu Amnion,
on rJATUHDAY. Nov. 211.
Irtl.', at 12 o'clock noon, at t!
round at ,miimm:
I dray Mare, branded
side of neck.
1 liny Mare with white xtieak ou fore
head, all leg's black, branded "D" on right
tW Owners of thunbovo Animals must
send ill their elalmi wltlHil 18 dajs, other
wise thoy will bu hold On the date above
named. 1). KAOAO,
(loverilliieut Found imifter.
Honolulu, Nov. IU, ltm fi71-'-'t
Horse, (incurs old;
HarucsH and Haddle,
any trial gleu, Also
-l-seateil liuggv and 1
riuieton, nearly now,
Olllw, ' c'
I'll" on right
and Xmas !
8IX MONTHS IN
Chirf of Camlructfan , World's)
1143 The Rookery, Chicago. )
May 9, 180:
HCoiaoltal-u, H. I.
Sashes at N. S. Sachs' Storet
that are selling for $1.00 at Sachs
Jor Drapes and Miuiy Work at
Undressed Kid (lloves for Ijil.dU a
Striped and Polha 1M Chatlles ati
Stylish (I uids can
llluelc, Cotton, bilk and Kid filoves in all
lllauk .Stockings for Ladies and Children,
lllaek Silk Want Henrietta Cloths,
Ktu., "Hte., V.u;, Kte.
CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
Tho Nippon Yuscn Kalslia' Steamsliip
" Yamasliiro Maru"
Will leave this port for Yokohama direct
ou or about
tW Kor particulars regarding l'roiglit
and I'asMige, apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
HUSTAOE & CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will sell at the Vary lowest
Market Hates for Ciuh.
Bell 4H - TELEPHONE Hulual 4U
piu: wkkkiTy iiui.i.ijtin-23coi..
A. limns of lntorestint' HeudiiiL-IMatter.
' Iblaiids,!!; mailed to foreign cottitrie,5
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