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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER OCTOHKK 1. 1802.
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Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
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New moon on tlie lOlli nt2h. 4Sm. n.m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, NOV. 15, 1892.
Tuesday, Nov. 15.
Stmr W O Hall from Maui and Hawaii
' TUHMUY, NOV. 15.
Stmr Clnudtno for Mnui niul Hawaii at 5
Stmr Kuala for Wainimc, 'Waialua, Kn-
huku and Pnnaluu
Stmr Miknhnla for ICauni, at 5 p m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Iwalnni for Knnai at 4 p m
The steamer Iwalnni will leave to-morrow
afternoon for Mnknwoli with nn as
The steamer O. It. Bishop has been haul
ed on the Marine Railway for a general
The American hnrkentino S. G. Wilder
was expected to leave San Francisco for
Honolulu on Oct. 31st. She is fifteen davs
out to-day. Captain Giilllths is not used
to making long trios, consequently may be
looked for daily.
'The two native divers found a whole bun
dle of sacks in good condition at tlio bot
tom of the bay near tho Fort street wharf
to-day, besides bringing up eight bags full
of coal. One of the divers saw a shark
nbout five feet long when ho was down
near the P. M. S. S. wharf, which cleared
as soon as it saw him.
G. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Root Beor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Elite Ice Cream Parlors."
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Dr. McLennan, 1!11 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 682.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Soveriu &
J3olstor, Fort street. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
mouth 25c. aim 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Public Memorial Concert.
The Royal Hawaiian Baud will
give a public concort in memory of
His late Majesty King Kalakaua, to
morrow (Wednesday) nftornoon, at
8 o'clock at Thomas Square. Fol
lowing is tho program:
March La Hauau o ke Alii.
In Memory of King ICnlakaua
Sweet Lei Lcliua. Akahi Hoi,
Composed by King Kalakaua.
Grand Selection Mnrltnna , Wallace
March Hawaii Nei. . . ,,,., .llerger
Grand 'Selection Nabuceo . ., (. . . , Verdi
Ua Noho An a Kupa. Lihl Kai o Olielo.
Nn Mnlo Katun.
Composed by King Kalaknun,
Twn Mnn-liHs ! Kalnkaua. Horger
i wo Marches J((,.Ka,,iolanl Dorger
The Best Plaster. Dampon a
pioco of flannel with Chnmberlaiu's
Pain Balm nnd bind it on over tho
seat of pain. It is bettor thau any
plastor. Whon tho lungs aro soro
such an application on tho chost
and auothor on t ho back, between
tho shoulder blades, will often pro
vout pneumonia. Thoro is nothing
so good for a lamo back or a pain in
tho side, A soro "throat can nearly
always bo cured jn ono night by ap
plying a flannol bandage dampened
with Pain Balm, 50 cent bottles for
salo by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
i you teaching that
?" "No'in.. lmjust
parrot to swear?1
tolling it what it mustn't
We've just counted up that wo
have saved several hundred dollars
by smoking a pipe instead of cigars;
but where is it Texas Siftinys,
I-OOATj AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hoad, 8 p.m. "Weather
hazy; wind, light west.
Basoball to-morrow nftornoon be
tween tho Boston nino and tho How
Do You Liko It.
Dr. Harrison advertises for a fur
nished cottage. Ho also wants a
cook and general servant.
Solomon Hiram sang "Mai Poina,"
n translation of "Do not Forgot Mo,"
at tho band concort, last night.
A Japanese- named Yotaro for
feited $0bail in tho Police Court
this morning for drunkenness.
Somo very protty specimens of
Christmas cards embracing Hawaii
an sconory have been put on salo.
To-morrow, Nov. 10th, will bo a
national holiday, being tho anniver
sary of His Into Majesty's birthday.
Tho Fire Police will hold a special
nlooting at their hall this evening,
whon tho election of ollicors will
Notwithstanding tho slim atten
dance at tho Salvation Army noon
day meetings on Nuuanu street, thoy
still go on.
A memorial concert in honor of
the Into King Kalakatta will bo given
by tho band at Thomas Square to
A native member of tho Voluii
toors of Co. No. 1 died this morning.
Tho Company's flag is Hying at half
mast out of respect.
Specimens of tho Shah tomatoes
are on exhibition in tho Hawaiian
News Co.'s window. Thoy wore
grown by J. M. Dowsott.
Tho Hoalani Boat Club will hold
their semi-annual mooting on Thurs
day evening at tho Bell Tower.
Business, election of ollicors.
A resident in this city has received
a lottoj from Mr. Win. A. Whaloy
statinglhat ho expected to return
by tho next steamer from tho Orient.
All lovers of foot-ball and those
interested in tho formation of a
team to compote with Punahou, aro
requested to assemble to-morrow at
tho old base-ball grounds, Mnkiki, at
3:30 p. in., for preliminary practice.
Specimens of cano grown bj Meier
& Kruso at Kekaha, Kauai, is ex
hibited at tho Hawaiian Nows Co.'s
store. It was raised on soil continu
ously under cano for eight years.
The specimons moasuro 15 foot in
Tho Chinaman, Ah Jim, reported
yesterday as having been arrested on
Saturday on suspicion of chiekon
stcaling, was discharged from custo
dy this morning, no one appearing
to claim tho stolon (?) fowls. Jim is
Last night's meeting of the Scot
tish Thistle Club was enlivened 13'
tho talent of brither Scots from the
Hawaiian bark Mauna Ala First
mate Smith played accompaniments
on tho piano trj"oxeellont singing bj
himself and sovoral of his shipmates.
"Ocoanica" is tho title of Mr.
Crowley's now play. It will embrace
a period of a portion of Kalaniopuu's
reign up to tho death of Captain
Cook. The date of tho performance
is fixed for tho third of next month.
Tho cast will bo published in a fow
Mark O'Connell, firoman on tho
Australia, who pleaded guilty to as
saulting a native with a knife, will
bo in, San Francisco to-morrow bar
ring accidents. O'Connell was bail
ed out by his follow workmen on tho
steamer tho morning after ho was
fined $100. His proper name is
O'Connell and not O'Donnell, as
Mr. C. A. Brown has sued out a
writ of quo warranto to compel Mr.
C. N. Spencor to surrondor to him
tho ollico of tax assessor for Oahu.
The writ 1ms been .served on Mr.
Sponcor to appear before tho Su
premo Court in Banco, on Monday,
Nov. 21, and thoro show by what au
thority he presumes to perforin the
duties of assessor and collector.
Sentenced, to Tines of Fifty Dollars
Two Cinnamon named Ah Hook
and Ah Sam were found guilty in
tho Police Court this morning on
two separate charges of violating
Section 5, Chapter 11, Laws of 1880,
in conducting tho game known as
Sup Pa. Tho game Sup Pa, accord
ing to an oilicer's ovidonco, is a bank
ing gamo and tho banker must put
up tho 11101103'. Thoro is a cloth
with figures on it and tho banker
shakes tho dice. Tho player wins or
loses according to whether tho dico
corresponds with tho figure on
which tho money is put, It is some
thing liko tho "wheel of fortune,"
Ah Hook had boon arrested at tho
Tong Hing Society, whoro ho was
running tho game. Ho was found
guilty and fined $50, Ah Sam was
arrested on Maunakea street. Ho
was given tho same penalty. Sam
noted an appeal.
A Schooner Surprises the Residents
at Waianao by Her Movements.
A sohoonor was soon oir Waianao
all day yesterday, behaving in a very
suspicious manner. Site would come
to a certain distance off and thou
hoad out again. Tho sheriff at Wai
anao stationed men along tho coast
to watch hor moroinouts, but what
sho was or by whom sho was manned
could not bo ascertained. Thoro
being no available boat near no at
tempt was mado to go out to tho
stranger, Tho schooner continued
hor tactics of coming in to 0 certain
distanco and then steoringout again
until Into in tho evening, when sho
disappeared altogether, and has not
boon seen since.
According to eye-witnesses tho
schooner did not belong to tho island
trade, but was a foroigu vessel.
Tuesday, Nov. 15, 1802.
Tho Assonibly convened at 10
o'clock for prayer. Tho minutes of
the previous meeting were rend and
Under suspension of the rules
Ron. Knmnuolia presented a petition
from residents oC Houolulu object
ing to tho passago of tho Registra
tion Bill. Tabled for consideration
with tho bill.
Noblo Williams, from a committee
representative of tho Honolulu Fire
Department, consisting of Messrs.
Henry Smith, T. R. Lucas, and J. II.
Boyd, presented a petition praying
that the bill (110) to abolish tho
ollico of Fire Marshal and Survey
Engineer and to have tho duties
thereof hereafter performed by the
Chief Engineor, do not pass, as fol
lows: Tho humble petition of tho Board
of Representatives of tho Honolulu
Fire Department to the Honorable
Legislature of t ho Hawaiian King
dom, respectfully represents:
That, whereas it has been made
known to this Board that it is pro
posed by Bill 110 to abolish tho
ollico of Fire Marshal and Survey
Engineor, and that tho duties there
of shall hereafter bo performed by
tho Chief Engineor of tho Firo De
partment; And, whoiens, the Judiciary Com
mittee to whom was referred said
bill lias reported to your honorable
body in favor of tho passage of said
And, whereas, a former committee
of this Board has failed to make
known to yopr Judiciary Committee
our protest, against the passage of
Now, therefore, wo tho undersigned
committee especially appointed fjr
tho purposo of petitioning your
honorable body, and by virtue of a
resolution unanimous'' adopted by
the Board of Representatives of tho
Honolulu Firo Department, hereby
protest against the passage of said
bill, and wo respectfully submit to
your honorable body the following
1. That tho amalgamation of tho
functions of Chief Engineor and
those of tho Firo Marshal and Sur
voy Engineor will seriously impair
the ellicioncy of the Firo Depart
ment. 2. That while the object of said
Bill may seemingly tend to reduce
the oxpoiiFcs of tho Firo Depart
ment, wo respectfully submit to
your honorable body, and tho execu
tive ollicors of tho Firo Department
claim from past experience, that
such proposed amalgamation of tho
duties of the two oliices will result
111 a lal.se economy; and winieit may
not be denied that it is competent
for your honorable body to make the
ollico of Chief Engineor a paid one,
wo suggest that it is also competent
for any luturo Legislature to 111
ceaso tho small salary that is now
proposed to bo paid to that inouin
hont. 3. That the appoint mont of Chief
Engineor is by popular vote of tho
members of tho Firo Department
every two years, and for tho reason
that tho duties of said incumbent
aro merely nominal and of a super
visory nature, tho person should
hold said oflieo in honorary capacity
and without pay.
1. That tho duties and functions
of tho Firo Marshal and Survey
Engineer aro highly important and
aro of an advisory nature, and since
his knowledgo and mechanical skill
aro necessary qualifications for his
appointment to said ollico, it goes
without saying that tho incumbent
should professionally bo a compe
tent engineer who may bo selected
from tho community at largo.
5. That the otigino houses, lauds
(except tho present 'Boll Tower pre
mises and tho promises oeeiipied by
No. 1) and all tho valuable machines
and other costly apparatus of tho
Honolulu Firo Department are Gov
ernment property, and aro under the
immediate care of tho Firo Marshal
and Survey Engineer, on whom
rests greater responsibilities for tho
proper care of tho same.
6. That the care and proper super
vision of tho property of the Firo
Department should not be entrusted
to a non-professional incumbent
without knowledgo of tho proper
care and value of tho same, and wo
submit that the bettor tlaro of such
property cannot bo maintained if
the two oliices are combined.
7. That tho value of all proporty
belonging to the Fire Department
of Honolulu is estimated to be not
less than $50,000.
8. That the incumbent of tho
ollico o'f Firo Marshal and Survey
Engineer is properly an appointee or
doputy of the Minister of tho In
terior, for the reason that said Min
ister is by law charged with the caro
and custody of all government pro
perty and internal improvements of
For tho foregoing reasons wo pray
that Bill 110 )o not passed by Your
Honorable Body, and your petition
ers will over pray, etc.
Tho Ordorof the Day being moved
tlie following Dills camo up on third
Bill 37, rolativo to tlio ro-ostablish-ment
of the Comulissioners of
Boundaries, was rend and passed.
Bill 105, to amend tho law relating
to compulsory vaccination.
Quito a discussion ensued on tlio
subject matter of tlio bill.
Noblo Kauhauo favored tho bill
as presented from tlio committee
Ho said that considerable objootion
had boon made by natives on ac
count of thoir hick of knowledge on
tho subjoct, IIo referred to tlio
scourge of smallpox which visited
tho city of Honolulu in 1852-53 whon
tho victims wore so numerous and
so continuous tjint timo could not
bo spared to give thorn decent burial
and a long tronch was dug into
which tho corpses wore thrown.
Vaccination was then introduced
hero aud although thoro have been
two appearances of tho disease of
smallpox tho mortality was slight.
Vaccination was not a euro or pre
ventive of loprosy. Tho carelessness
in former times as well as to-day did
and does moro to spread leprosy
amongst Hawniians than any unfor
tunate vaccination. He believed in
tho system of vaccination and con
sidered that tho law was of benefit
to tho Hnwaiinns if only complied
with by tliom.
Rep. Knmnuolia was opposed to
tho bill. Ho considered that con
siderable sickness had been occasion
ed by illy conducted vaccination.
IIo believed (hat (ho vaccine virus
used for tho Hawaiian was different
from that used on the foroignor. He
would approve of tho bill if (ho pon
alty of parents for non-vaccination
of children, was stricken out.
Rep. Kaunaiiiano was opposed to
tho bill as presented. He consider
ed that the vaccinal ion of children
should bo loft to tho option of par
ents. Ho did not agree with tho ar
gument of Noblo Kauhane.
Rep. Kapahu favored tho bill be
ing referred to a committee. When
in conversation with members of tho
Board of Health, ono of them had
slated that ho would not allow any
of his children to bo vaccinated.
Another had told him (lint various
diseases wore transmitted by vaccin
ation; yet those same members favor
ed compulsory vaccination amongst
tho rest of tho community. Every
ono know that the Rev. 'Mr. Paris,
who lately died, never had any of
his children vaccinated, because ho
know of (ho ill effects of vaccination
in his own country.
Noblo Marsden Was in favor of re
ference to a committee. Ho would
mako it compulsory that physicians
should only uso bovine virus and not
arm to arm vaccination. IIo also
favoied compulsory vaccination.
On motion tho bill was referred
to a select committee.
Tlio Assembly, at 12, took recess
until 1:30 p.m.
A Polico Offlcor Contracts a Broken
Nose from Six Chiucso.
A nativo named Lii, polico oflicer
at tho In'sano Asylum, was seriously
injured this morning by Chinamen
near tho Asylum. The (rouble arose
over Lii'.s little child, who had gone
over to tho Chinaman's rice patch.
Ho was ordered away, but did nol
go. A young Chinese boy then (00k
the child aud put him into a pile of
rice-bran, entirely covering him up.
The child getting out complained to
liis father, who rushed over to find
out tlio cause of the outrage, lie
was attacked by six Chinese, includ
ing tho boy. In (ho scuttle he was
hit by All Kum with a stou( oaken
slide measuring about a fool and a
half in length and (hroo inches
thick. The blow landed o'n the
bridge of his nose, breaking it. Tlio
tip was turned up, putting (he nose
in a crescent shape. The blood
spirted copiously from the damaged
organ. People had boon attracted
by tlio noise and tho Mongolians re
tired. Lii was taken to tlio Asylum,
where his injuries weie attended to.
Hesidos a broken nose ho was badly
bruised about (lie body, and his
voice is affected by tiro blow on his
Ah Kum and his five confederates
wore arrested shortly after and
brought to tho Station, whoro thoy
woro all charged with assault and
battery. Bail was fixed at $50 each.
Mr. Mooro, tho postmaster at
Bradshaw, Va., after reading an ad
vertisement of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, con
cluded (o try a small bottle of it.
Ho says: "I used it in two cases for
colic and three for diarrhoea with
perfect satisfaction. 1 have handled
and a used a great deal of patent
medicine, but never tried any (hat
gave as good results as this. For
salo by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho. Hawaiian Isl
The Hon, J. W. Feimimore is the
Sheriff of Kent Co., Del., and lives
at Dover, the County Seat and Cap
ital of the State. The sheriff is a
gentleman fifty-nine years of age,
and this is whnf he says : "I have
" used your August Flower for sev
" eral years in my family and for my
"own use, and found it does me
" more good than any other remedy.
" I have been troubled with what I
" call Sick Headache. A pain comes
" in the back part of my head first,
" and then soon a general headache
' ' until I become sick and vomit.
" At times, too, I have a fullness
" after eating, a pressure after eating
"at the pit of the stomach, and
"sourness, when food seemed to rise
" up in my throat and mouth. When
" I feel this coming on if I take a
"little August Flower it relieves
" me, and is the best remedy I have
" ever taken for it. For this reason
"I take it aud recommend it to
" others ns a great remedy for Dys
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION !
ABPKCIAb MKKTIXO OK TilK
Kiio I'ollco will lio hulil TO-MOI1-ItOW
(Tuewliiy) KVKXINd, Xov. 1ft,
nt thi'lr Xi-iv Hull, i-ormtr Hotel and Korl
utroutM, nt 7 o'clock .shiirp, Tho uttcmlniit'o
of ovurv mumlier Is rcuwsteil, IJnsiiiiws
Klcetlo'ii of Ollk'ors.
OAX UK FOUND AT
33 Boretanla Street,
Prepared to do miy work in his lino.
Mutual Tele, 239. - P. 0. Box 308.
The Daily I tulle tin i delivered by
carriers or fiO cent yer month.
Meeting to Consider Potitions from
Convicts for Commutation.
Thoro vn n moe'ing of tlio Privy
Council (his afternoon, to consider
tho ropoit of a committee on peti
tions of certain convicts for commu
tation of sentences.
Henry Wrnmp, (lie plantation
lunn of Koloa, Kauai, who mal
treated a tlnpancM' laborer so that
he died fmni hi'i injuries was con-,
victed of assault and was sentenced
by Judge Bickerton to imprisonment
at hard labor (wo years. Tlio pri
soner now potitions for n mitigation
of his sentence.
Tlio two Japanese, Mnsudn nnd
Otsuka, who woro convicted of mur
dering a fellow-countryman at Olo
walu, Maui, have had temporary re
prieves of tlio death sentence grant
ed from time to lime, tlie la(es( date
fixed being tho first Monday in
December. Now Olsuka. who was
but an accessory, petitions for n
commutation of the sentence to im
prisonment for life. The cause of
tho reprieves hitherto granted was
the confession of a third Japanoso,
who was also convicted or a murder
in bowing a fellow-countryman down
with a hatchet in tho sight of others,
that ho had committed the murder
of which Masuda and Otsuka were
convicted. Investigation proved
that tho confession was false.
It is understood that the Privy
Council resolved to recommend Her
Majesty to grant tlio prayer of (he
potitions. Tho evidence under which
Otsuka was convicted was circum
stantial and hardly conclusive
enough on which to execute (lie ox
(roino penally of tho law.
Mr. W. M. Terry, who has boon in
the drug business at Elkton, Ky., for
the pas! twelve years, says: "Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy gives bettor
satisfaction (nan any other cough
medicine 1 have over sold." There
is good reason for this. No other
will cure a cold so quickly; no olhor
is so certain a preventive and euro
for croup; no other affords so much
Voliof in cases of whooping cough.
For salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith it Co., Agents for thellawaiir
cvt BY 'gKs f
Hobron, Newman &
COUNI'.Il FOKT AM) KING &TIM:KTS.
I'rouiiti its Annual Array of
And gives no ovideiieii of diminished sup
ply on iiceoiuit of the ery of dull times,
hut ineeto tho changed eou'ditiou of things
by u reduction of prices in ninny lines
tfnough 11 .saving of American duties on
most European floods that ovmy well
regulated family must have. A visit to
T. G. Thrum's Store
106 Fort Street,
Suggested to n little visitor the. thought
that "Santa Clans was going to live here,"
thus recognizing the fact us well as iiaiuo.
Hollers n variety for selection that innt
bo seen to ho be appreciated,
Tho Koleetlou ol HOOKS delayed en
route will bo hero by return "Australia,"
but the lino of
Booklets & Xmas Cards
Not nn old one of last yeai'mdouk
in l lie lot, with
-:-Calendars for 1893-:-
Aro Attractive, both for price and design.
JTJP All orders carefully attended to.
Baxter Ikiiio & Boita
IN (IOOJ) WOIiKIXO" OKDKIl.
fM" For particulars or tcrnin apply to
Thanksgiving and Xmas !
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
FOU T11K FAST SIX MONTHS IN
Elegant Oonciition for tlie TeiTole !
W'v do not oll'or Skeleton Ilirds for ale nt Jl'K) n n't't-'Oi hut
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed and Ioeci If IDesireca.
AND DHlilVr.UBD TDK MOI5NIXU OF DAY FOIl USIi
TO Mvc Weight of ltirds varying from 12 to '.I)- lbs. -
Prices to Smit E-veryloociy !
FOU SALE MY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Ojliee of J), It. Ihmihum, Chief of Cmmlrtirtinn, World's)
Columbian Exposition, U4i The Jloolcery, Chicnii). ) .
May 0, 1802.
.ir. A. SEED DRV PLATE CO.,
St. Louis, Jb.f ?$'" ",
My In it order for Plates arrived very promptly. Please dceepl
thanks for behuj so prompt.
T wish to state, thai I am usiny your Plates ewlusively for all
work done on the.se grounds for the official record of construction .
Ofiourse comment by me as to the yoixl qualities of the. Seed
Plate are entirely unnecessary. , ,--. ,-
1 ery sincerely,
C. D. AllXOLD,
Official I'hotoriraphcr. ' '
The Seed Plates
I3T -A-IR-E FOR SALE CXNUTST BY
109 Fort Street,
104 Port Street, Honolulu.
I Have you wii the Xnc I'oman
Have you seen the Siyht (.towns
Have you xeen the Sew Art Silks
Sachs' Store f
Have you keen the Mon.squetairr
Pair at Sachs' Store 1
Have you seen the New Silk
Sachs' Store 1
Do you know that the Latest Novelties and Most Stylish (looits cav
ilicays be found at Sachs' Store i
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
1IY KAST STF.AMIOU A VUIA. USK OF
BLACK G-OODS I
AS FOLLOWS ;
lllaek t'aslinieio I'.'-inch wide, 50 cents per Mark, Cotton, Silk and Kid Olovcd in nil
vard and upwards. j Mzes.
lilnek India I.awn. llhiek French Ijiwii. lllaek Stockings for I.:idies nnd Children,
itlack Sum-on in I'lnlii and Figured. llluck Silk Want llonriottc Cloths,
lilnuk Calico in l'l.iin and Figuied. lite, lite., lite., Kte.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
tf Dressmaking under tho management of Mirx K. CLARK, -UMl
a sBWKiuBT.i'i.AbBKAMir.Yjj.vTH. , YaHiasliiro Maru "
XV Inglto-oit has boon opened at al
kiki under tho ahoV9 naiuo by Mas. Ii, C.
Itowi:, for tho coiufort and convenience of
tho-o wishing to enjoy a m-a bath. It is
xltuated a little lioyond tho Villa, Train
eur,i pass tho gate.
N. 11, Special arrangements have been
made for F.iuiily Picnics nnd livening
ilntliiiig Parties. .MB-tf
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
ATA.MIiliTINd OF TIllillOAHDOF
TrunteoH of tho Oahu Cemetery Asso
ciation hold this I Jlli day of Nov,, I8!r, at
tho ltooms of the Chamber of Comuieieo,
an lileetlou of Olllcern resulted In tho
choice of the Hon. Junius I. Dowsett, Pre
sident, and tho Hon. J, T, Watorliouso,
Jr., Vice-President, Mr. llrucoCartwrlght
was appointed Treasuier and Mr, John II.
Paty, Secretary thoy to hold such ap
iiolutinonts during tho pleasure of the
Hoard of Trustees.
JOHN II. PATY,
M.'Mw Secretury O, C, A.
Ms. i,i:vyviu.opi:nadhvand wmie ami man, anuu
Fancy Ooixls Store at No. 75 Fort ,, , , ... ,. , ., ,.
street, "Melnoinv Illock," on MONDAY, Which wo will t-ell at tho Very Lowes
November t-'lst, wlien lo will bo pleased to ' Market Hates for lash.
see his friends.
Honolulu, Nov. II, 1WU,
Subscribe for the Daily lluttetin, 50
, " ,
cents per month.
Honolulu, TI.. I.
Sashes at JV. S. Sachs' Store? I
that are selling for $1.1M.) at Savhs'l
for Drapcx and Fancy Work alt
t'mlressed Kid (tloves for $1.61) a
Striped and Polka 1M ChailleS all
For Yokohama !
The Nippon Yusen Kaislia's Steamship
Will Icnvo this port for Yokohama direct
on or about
19 For particulars regarding Freight
ami Pusi-ago, apply to
W. G. Irwin &.Co., L'd.,
HUSTACE & CO.,
j - DlIAI.IiltB IN
iWOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Bell 414 TELEPHONE Mutual 414
P1IK YBBKIAT HULLETIIf-M COL-
IX limns of. Interesting Heading Mutter.
uiauda,?!; mailv4 to Jordan countries,-!