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f OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO. " QENER NEWS- THE LEGISLATURE sudden death. ,
IE, Mr. Barnfiold wants a cottotro. AUU UUUlUUniUUlJi Knl'S I
jm Bad Ending of Henry W. Mcintosh JBIliit
im Time Table , Next Thursday will bo Thanks- ftt His Homo. , PSfcfc
(B j.i"j.a " giving Day. "" ffsffL' ..'2j
iBl w it cji 7T 1 1 Tho startling news was circulated 2 iiAKiiirAPTiinrn
S 'V.H' stoni accountnnl, has a , tolimhonn Inst nmhl that Mr MANUFACTURED
Mi PROM AND APTI2U OCTOIJBR 1. 1892. card 11 th s uauer. ?) ,.t0 H'.v'SV1?, .! il. ... i?". .J'V ..,..r: F? I
W' ,, A . Hustaco & Co. want von to rimr 125tii DAY. of Public Works, wan dead. Ashe bh j &
1 j. xcaixn o thom for flrowoodi
m . - TiTitnc.v m,. 17 ino 111 his usual hoallhiul-aiinoarinjroon- it; R ' I ' E H Hi S 0 1 s 1 II I if II B
J a.m. a.m. r.M. r.M. C. W. Mnofarlano has turkovs and ' '
M ir ...... ,... 0,lf. ...r. ,.,r.A sucking pigs for tho soason.
LBU IJVIIVU JiuiiuiuilU.iW.Ki o.Ki inu -m iw 1 -
i Arrive Hoiiou1lull.7:a) 0:57 2:fi7 0:35t Tho Housohold Guards had drill
UavoHonoullull..7:30 10:13 3:13 6:42f on tho Plains this morning.
PRnii OitV Loo a I..
Iahivc Honolulu. . .... ..,.
Arrive l'oarl City
l.cav.0 l'carl Olty..(l:65
Arrive Honolnlu.7:30 .. .
Sundays oxcopled. t Saturdays only.
S Saturdays excepted.
TidosSun and Moon.
.IIY O. J. 1.YOMH.
DAY. SfglSfiBSw g,
2P SrSti cSa o J? jc
' 1 1 . - -" p ?
a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m.
Moil. 14 1 30 0 10 0 SO 7 0 0 30 5 21 2 10
TllOfl. 15 2 10 1 30 0 40 7 45 (1 30 5 21 3 0
Wed. lli 2 45 2 20 8 30 8 20 0 31 5 21 3 55
Tlllirs. 17 3 0 1 30 8 30 0 0 0 31 B 22 4 40
Fl i. 18 3 25 3 0 8 40 10 0 0 32 5 22 5 .15
Hat: l'.l 3 50' 3 30 0 10 11 0 0 32 5 23 5 DO
Bun. 20 4 40, 4 10 0 30 11 201 (1 J 5 2J1 0 17
Now nuton on the 10th at 2h. 48m. n.in.
TEE DAILY BlILLETlI
THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1892.
Thursday, Nov. 17.
S B Monowai, Carey, from tho Colonies.
Departures. - .
TituitsovY, Nov. 17.
S S Monowai, Carey, for San Francisco
Stmr James Makec for Kauai at 4 p in
Vessels Loaving To-morrow.
Stmr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
From the' Colonics for San Francisco.
;er S S Monowai. Nov. 17 Sir Donald Mo-
Nab, Sir Kobcrt and Lady Stout, Prof F D
Drown, Lieut Slacdonald, Mr and Mrs C M
Heattic, Mr and Mrs T F Kotherlmin, Mrs
Love, Miss Griflttlis, W D Uohm, T V
Holies, J P Campbell, M B Howell, H A
Kissinger, W J Napier, J S Osborno, B A
Kobinsou, B F Watson, A G 'Whitconibe.
Vessels in Fort:
BBS Alliance, llich, from San Francisuo
Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool
Am 4-masted fichr Alohu, Dubel, from San
Afci bk S O Allen, Thompson, from San
U-S-8 Boston, Wiltse. from Hilo
Am bktne Skagit, .Robinson, from Port
Am schr Geo Ames, Davis, from New
castle, N S W
The steamer James Makco will leave this
afternoon for Kauai with lumber.
- The steamer V. G. Hall will leave for
windward ports to-morrow morning at 10
The brigt W. G. Irwin is expected to leave
for San Francisco on Saturday with a load
of sugar and rice.
The American bark Martha Davis ar
rived yesterday afternoon after a smart
passage of 137 days, having left Boston
July 2d. She crossed the line on tho
thirty-fifth day out. The Martha Davis
has about 13,rjU tons of freight on board,
and Is docked at Brewer's.wliarf.
Rainfall for October, 1803.
Waiakca, Hllo, M elev ,
Popeekeo, 100 elev. . .'.
Honomu, 300 olov
Houomu, 1)50 olov
Hakalau, 200 oluv..-
Laupahoehoe, 10 elev,. .....,,.
Laupahoohoo. !XX3 elev
Ookala, 400 olev
Paauhau, 300 olev ,
Honokaa, 400 elev
Kukuihaolo, "00 elev
Nlulli, 200 elov ."
N. Kohala, SSOelev.
IVaimea, 27SO elev
Holualoa, 1200 elev
Kealakakua, 1580 elev. . . ;
Naalehu, 050 elev. ,.....
Volcano House, 4000 elev
Olaa, 1850 elev ,
Volcano Koad, 2500 elev
Pohoiki, (100 elev
Kapoho, 60 elev,
Paaullo, 750 elev
Kahului, 11" elev ,
W'aikapu, (JO0 elov
Bprookolivillo, 40 olov
Kula, 4000 olev
Haleakala Hunch, 2000 elev.
Ulowalu, 15 elev,
Mapulohu, 100 ulov
Koele,. 1000 olov ,
Punahou, .50 olov...,. , , ..,, ,, 2.55
Honolulu, 20 olov , 2.38
Kulaokahua, 50 elev , , ...
Maklki, 160 olev ,',;,.,' 4.52
Kaplolanl Park, 10 olev 1.13
Manoa,-100 elov.., ,,,, ,,, 3.53
Manoa, IV A of Vol., 250 elev
Nunanu, 60 elev , 2.00
Nuuanu, 250 elev 0.01
Nuuanu, 405 elev 8.1)3
Nuuanu. 735 elev..
Nuuanu, Luakaha, 850 ulov.
Kaneoho, 57 olov.,
Ahuimauu, 350 elev. . . , . . ,
Kahuku, 25 elov .
Waianao, 15 elov. , ,.,...,
Kwa Plantation, 00 elov . . .
Pauoa, 40 olov. . , . ,.,.,.,..
King Street, K., 15 elev. . . , .
Insano Asylum,.,, ,
Liliuo, 200 elov, ..'.'.'.''.'. ' "'" jj'qJJ
Hanalel,,. ,, , '"' ' t
Luakalm, January to October, lwil . jot.O!)
Luakaha, January to Octolwr, 1802 111.27
Punahou, Jiumary to October, 1801 . , 20.54
Punahou, January to October, 1802 30.11
Over from lat month, viz., from Sep
tember: Kaanapali 0.2(1
Nuuanu, 50 elov, , . 1,00
Olaa .. . .... 10.01
Voluntary observorH aro respectfully re
quested to be prompt In their returns. The
majority, it should be noted, aro encourag
f?& .. ,, ., nr .-11 rt '
, , x''u.r'j? ? jvoaineroervjce
Hor Mnjosty tho Qucon visit oil llio
Royal Mnusoloum yesterday .
Sovoral thousand cocoanuts arriv
ed by tho Monowai for Honolulu,
Jas. F. Morgan will soil clothing,
etc., at auction, 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Sir Robort and Lady Stout aro
through passongors on tho Monowai.
Pursor J. Noss Koith has tho
thanks of tho Bulletin for press
Mr. Charles Croighton has taken
up his quarters in the ollleo of Paul
Thoro aro sovoral fine young os
triches on board tho S. S. Monowai
from tho Colonies.
Tho only non-dyspeptic hot cakes
are made from tho self-rising ouo
miuuto pancake meal.
Tho S. S. Monowai will sail for San
Francisco at 7 o'clock this evening,
tho mail closing an hour earlier.
Lui Kama pleaded guilty to as
sault and battery on a Chinaman
yesterday and was fined $-1 and costs.
Tho Metropolitan Moat Co. has
received 75 carcases of mutton and
lamb from Sydney and Auckland by.
A goodly-sized citron grown at
tho residence of F. AV. Macfarlano is
on exhibition in tho Hawaiian Nows
Tho only cases of drunkenness on
tho Court calendar this morning
wore those of two Japanese, who
forfeited $6 each.
Thomas Square was fairty over
run yesterday afternoon with pooplo
to listen to the memorial concert by
the bayd. Tho music and singing
wore unusually good.
An elderly native man dropped
down on Fort' street this mornnur.
Ho was picked up by polico ollicor
Kauhauo, who helped him to tho
Station, whore he rocovored.
A ono-milo skatiug race for juven
iles was run last night at tho Skating
Rink. Tho participants wore Willio
Bush, W. Reynolds and E. J. Mo
Candless. McCaudloss won tho
A dramatic company composed of
Hawaiians is preparing a' drama en
titled "Laioikawai" (.Lacty of tho
Lake) to be presented on the
boards of tho Opora House in the
Thoro will bo a sheot-and-pillow-slip
part3r this" ovoning, given by
some of tho "Joblots." Invitations
havq boon issued and a gushing,
gusfiing, goody goody time is antici
pated by tho boys.
Sovoral paintings woro loft by a
young man with A. B. Kerr, painter.
Kerr turned tho paintings over to
Mr. Miller, cabinet-maker. The
owner of tho articles called on tho
latter gontloman this morning, but
wasrofusod tho paintings. A suit is
A native namo'd Maholona was ar
rested on Wednesday charged with
tho theft of rico and clothing valued
at 2, the property of a Chinaman.
In. the Polico Court this morning lie
pleaded guilty to larcony in tho
fourth degree and was sentenced to
forty-eight hours' imprisonment at
THE BOSTONS WIN.
Tho Game Won in the Last Inning
- -They Don't lake It.
Thoro has been considerable
rivalry between tho Boston boys
and tho How Do You Like It team
lately, as to who could play ball tho
bettor. In tho game boforo last the
local team was bested by tho Yankee
Tjoysand they didn't like it at all.
They meditated rovongo and yester
day, Nov. 16th, tho two teams mot
again. Goo. Angus and T. Pryco
woro tho local team's battery, and
Mike Donovan, a professional play
or, visiting hero, and Carmady tho
Tho gamo was liotly contested to
tho end, tho orrors being fow and
far botweon. Tho first -fow innings
tho professional twirlor wasn't in it,
but later settled down to biz and
i lin lrw.nl limta it....... f..!l, ....J nf II
Angus pitched good ball tho first
fow innings, but his pace was too
hard aud ho lost his strongth. when
ho was batted too freely. The tars'
liners woro hot 'uns. Notwithstand
ing tho Yankees' billing, the .boys
stuck to thorn and would have won
had it not been that tlioy woro re
tired too soon. Tn tho last inning,
J. Lomon was on second baso and
another on third. A batter sent tho
ball to deep centre, which a sailor
pulled down with alacrity. Lemon
111 tho meantime was on his way to
third, tho ball was sent to second,
a doublo play made, and tho gamo
unuou. ocore, tu 10 u 111 lavor 01
tho Bostons. Tho umpires waro M.
Koohokalolo and Hilburn,
The New Pineapple Plantation,
Water was struck on the pineapple
plantation of the Hawaiian Fruit
and Packing Company at 13wa at a
dopth of 175 foot. The pipo is six
foot above tho sea lovol and tho How
is 29 inches ovor tho top of tho pipo.
McCaudloss Bros., who borod tho
well, estimate tho yield at tliree to
four milliou gallons a day, or hiilli
ciont to irrigate two hundred acres
of sugar cane. Tho water is perfect
to tho tnsto. Woik lias begun in
plowing tho ground for planting.
Pipo for irrigating is on boanbtho
barkoutino S. Q. Wildor now hourlv
Tho Assembly was called to order
at tho usual hour for prayer. i At
10:10 tho minutes of tho previous
meeting woro road and approved.
Noblo Williams reported bills 192a,
198, 199, 201, and a report of tho
Sanitary Committee on free medi
cines printed and ready for distribu
tion. Rep. Ash ford from tho special
commit too on tho Oceanic Subsidy
question presented a lengthy minor-,
ity roport thereon and also prosonted
a bill to facilitate tho carrying of
mails. Roport was tabled for con
sideration with tho majority roport
Rop. Bush presented a resolution
that information bo furnished by tho
Crown Land Commissioners rolativo
to certain lands in Kaneoho, Oahu,
said to bo owned ly or leased to
Nannie R. Brewer.
Tho Attornoy-Gcnoral said tho
Cabinet, had no objection to tho re
Tho resolution passed.
Rop. Ashford questioned tho Min
ister of Finance rolativo to tho
amount, date of issuo and interest of
bonds issued in roliof of tho lato
King Kalakaua, aud also rolativo to
transfer of certain lands to tho
Crown Lands Commissioner.
Rop. Knnealii desired to know
what had become of tho resolution
introduced by him sometime sinco
and directed at Rop. Bush, rolativo
to his having obtained niouoy from
the Assombly for sorvico porformed.
Boforo any answer was made tho
Order of the Day was moved and
Bill G5a camo up for further con
Noblo Young offered an amend
ment to Rop, Smith's amendment
rolativo to tho voico of women being
.hoard in the matter and to tho effect
that tho words "women other than
Asiatics, not Hawaiian subjects," bo
inserted. Rop. Smith accepted tho
Rep. Bush offered an amendment
that this bill with others of liko
nature bo roforred to a committee
which should includo tho Ministor
of Finance, that tho Gothenburg
systom bo investigated, and that a
roport on tho whole matter bo made
to tho Legislature of 1891.
' Kop. Kanoalii opposed tho bill.
He considered that it was the devil's
measure and would only result in
injury to tho health ami morals of
Noblo Horner boliovod that tho
passage of tho bill would be 'detri
mental to tho good of tho commun
ity. Ho epioted at length from re
marks of Chief Justico Leo aud other
previous chief justices of tho King
dom, on drunkenness. This was an
ovil which, if it could not lio cured,
they should not aid ovon if they had
to endure it. Ho was of tho opinion
that dram shops woro such an ovil
and such a curse that they ought to
bo declared nuisances and not bo
allowed to bo established within two
miles of any human habitation. Ho
favored tho amendment of
Bush to havo tho matter laid
Noblo Mnr.sdeu favored tho
ho was not disposed, liko tho
speaker, to endure simply without
attempting to effect u euro. His
eyes woro open to tho illicit traffic
going on and also to tho poor qual
ity of liquor given out and ho was
endeavoring by this bill to euro tho
evil. Ho favored beer and light
wines as tlioy had in Germany,
whoio ury fow people woro mmjii
drunk. Noble Young had told him
that ho had lately paid a visit to tho
German capital. Thero could bo
seon whole families sitting in the
gardens and indulging in beor; only
one drunken man had been seen by
him thoie, and Noblo Young had
said that ho believed ho was a
At 12:01 tho Assembly took recess
until 1:30 p.m.
Improvements at .Long Branch,
Tho marine toboggan at Long
Branch Baths is boing taken down
by Mr. O. J. Sherwood, as tho no
velty of tho amusement sooms to
havo worn off with our sea bathers,
and Sherwood says ho has always
felt nervous of accidents. After the
rollers havo stood for a time, with
out use, tho sun tends to warp and
split them, while tho tain causss tho
trunnions to rust and bocomo unwork
able. Tho ltunbor is to bo used in
erecting a now bathing apartment
for ladies and children, to bo built
on tho Diamond Head sido of tho
promises, entiroly apart from gontle
mon's quarters. Thoro will also bo
built a now lanni and wide veranda
overlooking tho soa, as woll as a
jotty for tho use pf divors and those
who wish boat rowing,
For the Soason.
Tho Pacific Hardwaro Co. aro dis
playing Dinner, Breakfast, Chamber
ana Tea Sots in Doulton Waro and
Copolandj oxamplos suitable for
presents in Havilaud, Copoland,
Royal Worcestor, Royal Devon ami
Bisquo; Bisque Figures; Rochester
Lamps; a few Fancy Clocks, and
many other articles.
Hinghnm Buckets, plain and paint
ed, in nests. Every housekeeper
should havo a supply of those.
Refrigerators and Ico Chests of
tho most improved patterns,
Pictures and Picture Frames.
Picture Framing in all its branches
A visit to tho art rooms, is invited.
Now Steamer Coming,
Tho Bulletin hears a roport on
L'ood nuthnrilviliiit.il nniv Ktimnuir
1 the "Americana," has boon launched
in EllL'lnilll for flm frniln lint.iiTmii
Vancouver, Sail Francisco ami Hono
lulu. She has boon granted a provi
sional Hawaiian register, and is on
1i.it tvnu lir.... ?"
i!X U"J "i" r-t. v .
Tho startling news was circulated
by telephone last night that Mr.
Henry W. Mcintosh, Superintendent
of Public Works, wan dead. As ho
had boon about town the same day
in his usual healthful-appearing con
dition and cheorful spirits, the news
was a severe shock to his friends and
Mr. Mcintosh was talking to his
wife till after 10 o'clock, when ho
wont to tho bathroom to get some
pictures tlioy had proposed to havo
framed. Mrs. Mcintosh short ly after
ward hoard a heavy fall in tho ball
room, accompanied by tho crash of
a lamp. She hurried to tho place,
whoro sho found hor husband lying
unconscious on tho lloor. As sho
raised his head ho gavo tliree sighs
and his breath ceased forever. His
wife dashed water over him unavnil
ingly and then realizing lie was dead
gavo tho alarm to the neighbors.
Cnpt. Crano and Mr. Mook quickly
responded, followed later by Mr.
John Cassidy and other intimate
frionds from groator distances. Dr.
Trousseau, tho family pfy-sician, who
was early summoned, could only
pronounce life oxtinct. lie ascribed
tho death to heart failure.
Tho lamented gentleman was in
his fifty-third j'ear, having been
born in County Moalh, Ireland, on
March 8, 1810. Ho visited those isl
ands twenty years ago and was so
pleased with them that, after spend
ing some years in Oregon, ho re
turned hero to stay, arriving in
August, 1880. Sinco coining ho has
boon doing work for tho Govern
ment, off and on, in his professional
capacity as an architect and engi
neer. Two jears ago ho was ap
pointed Superintendent of Public
Works, in which ho has givon per
fect satisfaction to tho Government
and tho public. It will bo hard to
fill his placo. Tho Intorior Depart
ment was closed for tho fuuoral this
afternoon, and tho Hags on tho Gov
ernment buildings woro placed at
half-mast, out of rospect to tho
memory of tho faithful public sor
vant. Mr. Mcintosh hold public
positions in tho United States.
Tho lato Mr. Mcintosh married
Millio Welsh of Pennsylvania in
Oregon about fifteen years ago, who
is loft to mourn hor Kreat loss with
throe children, two sons and a
daughtor. Ho was a Past Master
Mason and belonged to tho Odd
Follows in Oregon. Thoro was
2000 insurance on his life in tho
Equitablo Lifo Assurance Society
with Bruco & A. J. Cartwright,
agents. Mr. Mcintosh's death will
bo deplored as that of a devoted
husband and father, a fast friend, a
man of high skill, and a useful citi
zen. Tho funeral took placo from St.
Andrew's Cathedral to Nuuanu Com
otry at 2 o'clock this aftornoon. It
was largoly-attondodf"" Tho staff of'
tho Interior Department woro pros-'
out in a body, and thoro was a largo
turnout of tho Masonic fraternity.
REVENGE IS SWEET.
A Portuguese Arrested for Stealing
A formerly well-to-do Portuguese
sto'rokeopor named Benito Joso Igna
cio was arrested yostordaj' on a
chargo of larcony of certain goods
valued at $15, tho proporty of E. H.
F. Woltors. Ho was later released
on $100 bail.
On Wednesday Tgnacio brought a
suit for $300 damairos airainst E. II.
F. Woltors for being excluded from
his lioiiso, Woltors boing his land
lord. Tho cuso is still ponding.
Woltors in response had Ignacio ar
rested for tho alleged theft of win
dow blinds and other things belong
ing to tho house.
Ignacio formerly hud a store at
tho head of Emma street, hut is now
located at tho junction of Wildor
and Makiki avenues. His goods wore
levied on by a creditor lately and
sold in front of the Police Staiiou
on Saturdaylast. His caso will come
up 111 tho Police Court to-morrow.
S. S. Monowai Arrives.
Tho Union S. S. Comoanv's steam-'
ship Monowai, M. Caroy command
er, which arrived at 2:30 this after
noon, sailed from Sydney on Octo
ber 31st at 5 p. m., and arrived at
Auckland on tho 4th hist, at mid
night. Sailed airain on tho 10th at
3 a. m. and arrived as above.
Throughout the oiitiro passage tho
Monowai has had to contend with
strong head winds and sea which
havo greatly delayed progress. Sho
brought threp steorago passongors,
also 80 passongors in transit for San
Mr. W. M. Terry, who has been in
the drug business at Elklon, Ky., for
tho past twelve years, says: "Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy gives belter
satisfaction than any other cough
medicine 1 havo ovor sold." Thoro
is good reason for this. No other
will euro 0 cold bo quickly; no otlior
is so certain a preventive and euro
for croup; no other affords so much
relief in cases of whooping cough,
For salo by all dealers, Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawaii
OK A I-'HW MONTHS
a I.ark'o Uufiirn h hed
ltooin or Detached Uut
ImlldiiiL', Niiitahlo for u
paiiitiiu: room, AiIutchs
577-1 w P. u. llox 1,71.
A COOK A!M) OKNKUA14 HKltVANT,
jx iieiercuceH rciiuireii, Aiinl
QKO. il. HAUUIKON,
FOB BALE or LEASE
A. PremiKMH lutely ouou
jlel l.y ilr. K. Sulir, will
Ik) for kuIo or lease ut rtm-
nouatilu nrleo or rental. Tho (Iniunilh con
tulu u variety of PruU anil Ornamental
Trceu. Tho CoiuniodioiiH 1) oiling U well
funiMieil with modern lmjirovement mid
eoiivduieiieeH. Itoomy Jlarii and a U-Koom
CottttKe for vuryuntH. Por further lmrtlvu-
luru, unply to JOHN J5NA,
umau inter-iuianu tea
3.F. ALLEN &C0j
Hotoon, Newman & Co.
COUXKR POUT AM) KINO 8TKKKTS.
Members of Lodge Le Proves
de rOceanie No. 124,
HAVK Dr.UIDIJD TO OIVK A
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 18, 1892
Trains will Leavo tho Depot as Follows:"
1:45, 3:00, 4:35, C:30, 7 P.M.
Returning will Loava the Grove at 4:15,
5:15, 6:10, 9:00, 11:00.
Tiofeiets, - 331
ESP Tiekots for sale at Ilohrou, Xow
maii .t Co.'s DniK Store, Kllto leo Cicuii
Tailors, Hawaiian S'eu ( D. Slt-til
The Number Nine!
Tho singular jiroiierties of tho niimlier
nine are well-known to arithmetiei.iiw.
Tho following is imu of the most interoit
ing. If the canlinul numhurs fiom 1 toll
iiiciiiivi, omitting H, ho lived as u miilti
lilicaiul, and any ono .of them, nniltiplicil
by !), be ued as a multiplier, tint result
will jnesunt a tutecussimi of iimues tho
aine as that multiplied liy thu '). " ljr ex
uiiiplo, if wo, wish u ,serie,s"of Ihes, wo take
fi times u, t'luiiil to l.'i for a multiplier:
1:2:11 r (1 7 !l
(I 1 7 u h :t il fi
1 () I! 8 2 7 1 (!
fi d r. fi fi r fi r f
A similar result will lie obtained hj using
all the other number, iueluding 8 (72).
Another iuteiestini; fact is that there are
nine letters in "KQUIT.UU.K," and nine,
words in the following sojitoneo:
"Insure your life In the K',.iitable l.ifn
BRUCE & A: J. CAR1WRIGHT,
General Aont for Hawaiian Island".
For Yokohama !
Tho Nippon Yu3on Kalslia's Stoanisblp
" Yamashiro Maru"
Will leave tills port "for Yokohama dlreet
011 or about
IW For pnrtieulars nigardlng I'rolght
mid I'usbiigo, lijiiily to
W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
n:i-iiii ' Agents,
ELTSOTXON OF OKFIOERS.
rpHi:i-OI,I)VI.(l OlM'll.'KUS WKItU
I. elected at thu annual meotiiiK of thu
Union Feed l'o IA1., hold 11 1 their ollleo
.MivouiDcr 1,1, IVJl
K, 0. Macfarlane,
. .W.-l Allen,
. . . i". 11. viiin,
V. V. Maefurlane,
. 1''. Ivlamp,
V, It. VI DA,
Hecietary U. V, Co., 1,'d,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS,
ATAMKin'INO Ol-" Tlli:i!OAUI)OK
Tructees of tho Oahu Cemetery Asso
eiatiou held this I'Jth day of Nov., IbirJ, at
the Rooms of tho I'lianiber of Coiiiiueree,
an Klectlon' of Ollleers rosulled in thu
elioleu of th Hon. James 1. Dousctt, Pre
sident, and tho lion. J. T, Waterhouso.
Jr., Vlee.l'reslileiit. .Mr, Unite Cartwright
was appointed Triasurer aud Mr. John II,
I'aty, Seeietary they to hold mii'Ii up
iioiutiiieuts duiint; tbu pleasure of (lie
lloard of Trustees.
JOHN H. I'ATY
r5eeietary O, ( A.
riMlK WKK1CI.Y UUI.l.KTIN-iirf COU
X umnsTof Intereijtlnn Iteudlnj; Matter,
iaiuiius,fi; niaiiuu to lorotgn countries, r?
K.tatuiL-o aKmic'liK!fJKkxr i,mmjim.ii 1 wiu ,m w 1 n
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed ou Cooked Food
KOlt T1IK PAST SIX MONTHS IN
ESlegELiit, Ooridltioii for tlie Table !
Wo tie lint ill'cr Skeleton ilinls for ale at $l.fi0 n iwv, hilt
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed a,iid. Iced If Desired
and i):uvi:iti:i) tiik moknino ok day roit usi:
1b- l.lvo Weight of llirds varylni; from 12 to '.'0 Up. -rt
Prices to S-u.it EJ-ver37-lood.y !
FOIl SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Office of I). IT. liurnhnm, Oh irf of Construction, World's)
Gotitmbittn Kxposition, J 1.0 Tin' lioakerii, Chicago. )
May 0, 1S02.
.If. A. SHED DRY PLATE CO., , . k v ,t
St. Imih, Mo y
My lift order for Plates 'arrived vrry promptly. Please accept
thanks for being so prompt.
T with to state, that Tarn using your Plates exclusively for all
work done on these grounds for the official record of construction.
Of course comment hy vie as to the good uualities of the Seed
Plate are entirely unnecessary. ' ' I , J
G. J). ARNOLD,
Tixe Seed PI
tTASJB gOR S-AJLiS ONLY BY
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Hoiiol-ulvi, EC. I.
104 IPoz't Straot, Honolulu.
( Have you seen the Xen Roman
Have you seen the Kiglil Gowns
Have, you seen the New Art Silks
Hare yon seen the Monvju'taire
Pair at bachs' Store
ii7 you seen the New Silk Striped and Polka Dot Cliuitlcs at;
I Do you know that the Latest Noviltics and Most Stylish Goods tm
nl ways lie, found at Sachs' Store j
1IY IjAST BTKAMKU
J.S P,OXjIjO-WrS :
Ulauk "ashnicro lu'-incli wide, fiO cents pur
yard and upwards,
lllai'k India l.awn. lllauk Kreneh Uiwn.
Illaek Hatteen in I'lahi niul1'lKiiroil.
liliiuk (,'alleo in J'laiu and Kigured.
B. F. EHLERS &
d5 DrcsiiiiiMiij; imdur t!(0 iiianttgutiii'iit of Mih K. OIVHK, -C r
The Only Non-Dyspeptic Hot Cakes!
'HHK TV A f fe J
SHEwRSL Rising Jh: ;Ml I
Uni Potnc MiiIa fimm (bl- UOMHIN'ATION o.n
uui uuaoa muuo uum uno ok mkai.s uiu
MITCHELL & PETERSON, San Francisco Agents,
A Ni:V KlitfiT.CI.ASK JAM J.Y 1IATH
JV ItiK ItcMirt has been opened at Will
kikl under thu ubovi iiamn by Mus, I'., C.
Itowc, for the eom fort aud eo'iiveiiieneu of
thovu wishing (o enjoy a sea hath, 1 is
situated a lttlu beond tho Villa. Triiin
car.s i.iss the gate.
N. II. Bluuial arranneimmt.s havo Iicuii
iiiado for Faintly IMujiies and Kvuuhii;
JIuthliiK l'arties, v 7 ftni-tf
Subwrily f$ryh Igu'ly IttdUtiu, 60
g ana Xmas !
Sashis at AT. S. Sachs' Storet
that arc selling for $I.Utl at Sachs
for Drapes and' Fauci Work at;
Undressed Kid Gloves Jor .J? 1.50 n
A KULIi LINK 01-'
Illaek, Cotton, Bilk and Kid (ifoves in nil
Illaek Blockings for Ijidies and Children.
Illaek Silk Warp Henrietta Cloths,
Kte., Ktc., Vac, Kto.
CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
nnllnlnun on.l L'arllu IM.IIn
uoiiwuiw aim baoiij 1715U110U. -p km.
HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
WITH OTHER GOODS k
White and Black Sand " j
W'hU'li we will sell at Hie Very liwost H
Bell 414 TELEPHONE - - Mutual 414 H
I B. l.KYY W'll.I 01'KN A DUY AND SB
llL. Kanev QoihIs (Store at! No. C5 Fori H
stjjvt, '.JMeriiqriixfJtlikyV'nnMONJlAY, H
Novuiulier ;il'st fibeiillfulwll bo ldejiyxl to H
Seeliifri5uil?.t fllj i f tf f 'H
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