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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AWElt OOTOUER 1. 1802.
a.m. r.M. r.M.
Leavo Honolulu.. .0:15 8:4Ji
Arrive Honouliuli.7:20 0:57
tonvo Hoiioulluli..7:R0 10:43
Arrlvo Honolulu. .8:35" 11:55
1'iuni. City I.ooat..
Leave Honolulu: , fi:10S ...
Arrlvo l'carl City 6 : 185
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays oxeopted. t Saturdays only.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
IIY C. J. LYONS.
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a.m. p.m. ji.m. p.m.
Mon. 21 6 20 S 0 10 40 0 40 0 IS S 17 7 i)
Tuna. 44 S 40 5 30 11 0 HO n IS B 17 7 6
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Tlmrs. '21 ' 7 10 0 60 11 40 2 40 0 17 S 17 62
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First Quarter of tlioinoou 011 tho28tli at llli.
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TflE DAILY BJSS
; MONDAY, -NOV. 21,- 1892.
Sunday, Nov. '20.
It M S Mariposa, Hnyward, from San
Stnir Cltuulinc from Maui and Hawaii
Stnir Mikaliala from Kauai
Stmr Iwalaui from ICauai
Stmr James Makee from Kauai
Stmr 1'elo from Makaweli
Stmr Hawaii from Hanmkuu
Sunday, Nov. 'M.
11 M 8 Mariposa, Hayward, for tlio Colo
nics .Monday, Nov. 21.
Ilgtne W Q Irwin, MoCulloch, for San
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, Waialua, Ka-
huku and l'unalnu
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Waiiuanalo for Molokai and Muui
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p 111
Stmr James Mukcu for Kauai at 4 p 111
Sclir Kawailani for Koolau
Schr Mille Morris for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Claudine for Maui and Hawaii at 5
Stnir Kinau for Maui and Hawaii nt 2 p 111
Stmr I walani for Makaweli at 4 p m
Stnir Mikaliala for Kauai, at 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Mikaliala 3851 bugs sugar, 130 bags
rice, 8 bdls hides, 40 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Claudine 138 pkgs sundries, 12 hogs,
From San Francisco, por It M S S Mari
posa, Nov 28 J V lierrv, C C Conwoll and
wife, Frank E Corbett, Mrs A S Hartwell,
Mrs II I. Johnson and child, Mrs Mary
Clement'Leavitt, J K Miller, A Haas, Jno
A McCuire, Dr H.I MeGettigan, J Sawyer
and wife, W K Simpson, C Von Mcnger
sen and wife, Henry Waterliousc, J T
"Watcrhouse, H F Wiclinian, and 18 steer
For the Colonics, per "U 'M S Mariposa,
Nov 20 Miss Green, Mrs J K Harrison,
Dr J Chas Harrison, Dr George K Harrison
und wife, W H I.ever, wife and child, Mrs
Dr A M Longshore Potts, F C Stancrt, H 0
Roomo and wife.
From Maui, por stmr Claudine, Nov 20
Miss IJeckwith, Q 8 Ournett, Jno Richard
son, J A Alieoiig, L S Hrito. J W Rocard
und wife, Mrs Keauu and daughter, Mrs
llano, Thos E Cook, N Sang and 45 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala, Nov 20
C H Bishop, JJr J K Smith, Hr F E
Nichols, M J Silva, Ong Chongand 11 duck,
From Koloa' and Makaweli, per stmr
Iwulaul, Nov 20 Hon Aug Drolor, Arthur
Wilder, Christian Conradt, M J Ferelraand
The steauier Kinau will luavo again to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock for Maui
The steainor Iwalant when coming in the
harbor yesterday morning wont aground
und stayed so for over halt an hour before
she gof oil' again.
The steamer Claudine arrived .early Sun
day morning from Maui reporting plenty of
rain. The Claudiuo did not go th Hawaii
this trip, Owing to a heavy iiorthorlv
swell sho did not attempt to take tho bark
Leahl out, Tho Loahi is expected to leavo
on Wednesday next in ballast. The Clau
diuo will leavo for Maui and Hawaii to
King stroot britlgo, nonr tho
Chinoso Thoatro, was tho scono of a
howling coroinotiy yesterday morn
ing. Two Chinoso hacks, loaded
with Cinnamon, old and young,
thumping vigorously on tom-tom
drums, tin pans and other villainous
instruments, woro the cause of it all.
To a Chinoso on-lookor our roportor
drew near and asked with all
celestial politeness, what tho objoet
of the coromoii' was, and after
taking a suspicious scrutiny of liin in
quiror, ho answered gruilly: "No
sabo! Akual" Our roportor, who is
an authority on antiquated Chinoso
mythology, was couipollod to. throw
his vision in tho past, and came to
tho conclusion that the fiendish roar
and doniou-liko din that ho had just
hoard, was dono to appease tho
anger of tho groat god Sick Cat, in
order that ho may shower bounteous
blessings upon Chinatown, and all
colostuils iu gonoral, by enabling
them to hypnotizo policemen, de
tectives, etc., while ferreting out
opium smokers, cho fa fiends, and
othor honorable profossors of China
town. m m
Chicago Really Doosu't Need It.
Cojik, Oct. 18. Tho owner of tho
Blarnoy Castlo refused to allow tho
Blarney stono to bo taken to tho
Chicago World's Fair,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mrs. Pierre Jonus solicits orders
Now hats aro numerous around
Tho band concert will bo at Emma
Squaro this evening.
Diamond Head, 8 p.m. Weather
clear; wind, light west.
Kamailo Quintet Club is in tho
field to furnish music for all sorts of
Thoro was anothor skating raco at
tho rink on Saturday night,. It was
won again bj' E. J. AteCandloss.
Tho brigantino W. G. Irwin carried
tho following mail for San Francisco
this morning: 1037 letters and 151
John Fredonburg was fined $.) in
tho Police Court this morning for
assault and battery on Sarah Naono
Tho election for Kauai made va
cant by tho resignation of Hon. G.
N. Wilcox will toko place on Mon
day, Dec. 5th.
W. H. Cornwall announces liim
solf to our many roadors on Maui,
Molokai and Lanai as tho People's
candidate for Noblo.
Thoro woro throo forfeitures of $6
oach in tho Polico Court this morn
ing for drunkenness. Tho Clovo
landitos aro not celebrating much.
For Thanksgiving Day ordor your
minco pies from tho "Elite Ico Cream
Parlors." A No. 1 quality guaran
teed. Bo sure and sond 3'our ordor
Mr. Luthor Wilcox lias added a
16-foot geared Aonnotor and two Gin.
cylindor pumps to his stock of ma
chinery to bo used in irrigating his
Owing to tho resignation of tho.
nictmifnra rf i lwt fliitrl nxnuSiwit
North Hilo, tho proclamation of tho,
oloction on tho 20th inst. is rescinded
by tho Minister of tho Interior.
Col. O. J. Hodgo latoly entertain
ed a largo audionco in Cleveland,
Ohio, with a lecture on a trip ho
made to tho Hawaiian Islands. Ho
predicted that it would not bo many
years till Hawaii would form a now
star in tho Amoricau ilag.
Johnnj' Oat lost a bet on tho pres
idential oloction in tho States, con
sequently had to toto Abraham Bol
ster in 'a wheelbarrow to-day, start
ing from Wildor's cornor at I o'clock
and going through Fort, Merchant
and Kaahumanu streets. They woro
precoded bjr a detachment of the
band, and a largo crowd watched
tho ludicrous show.
Some weeks ago mention was
made in tho Hawaiian Hardware
column of tho presence in this vicin
ity of a snow goose, a fowl very rare
in theso islands. The goose was shot
a few days ago at Camp No.G.Sprcck
elsvillo, and is now on exhibition in
0110 of tho windows of the Hawaiian
Hardware Co. It is a very handsome
bird, entirely whito except a few
black feathers in tho wing.
Mr. A. HofTuuug, Hawaiian Cliargo
d'Affairos in London, arrived iu Now
York by tho S. S. Etruria on October
11 and passed tho night in quaran
tine. Among his companions on tho
voyago woro Count Mottornich,
Kobort T. Lincoln, U. S. Minister to
London, Lady Somerset, Miss
Francos E. Willard and Victoria
Woodhull-Martin, woman candidate
for tho presidency of tho United
Series of Exhibitions at Honolulu
and Remond Grove by tho Great
Mr. W. L. Multby, who gave some
exhibitions of remarkable cycling
hero two years ago, writes to the
editor of tho Bulletin, saying ho is
about to make another visit to tlin
islands. Ho says:
"I have several novolties in cycl
ing, including somo dilllcult feats on
the Safoty as well as the high wheel.
Tho past two seasons I have boon
successfully conducting a cyclo
school, both in Now York City and,
summers, at Chautauqua Lake, and
expect to return about February 1st
to continue my school work. I nope
to arrange to havo some excursions
to Uomond Grovo as I had before."
Mr. Multby may safoly'bo assured
of a hearty welcome. Ho will arrivo
on tho Australia on tho SlOth.
..vj jiwjcu liinviiutuj .m.u 1 1 ui y
Baud, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, wifl
pivo a concert this ovuninir at
If rtTfol TTniitniimi Af.l.i
Jimmii oqtiaro, noginning at -Hill)
o'clock. Hollowing is tho program:
March Cleveland Forever
Saxopliouo Solo Ixjng, Long Ago
Medley Jted Hot lluvor
I.ipolipo. Maliuiui. Muhluu Mulamalaiiiu.
Medley Yankee Tickle Hrooks
Galop-Hip, Hip, Hip, Hiiralir Zlkoir
Waltz Jubilant Fahrbach
Medley Yo Oldon Times . .. .Keyer
The Presidential Eloction.
The Bulletin gratified hundreds
of pooplo yesterday by circulating,
free, within ar. hour after tlio steainor
arrived, an Extra containing tho
nows of the Presidential election.
Tho table had to bo compiled from
despatches under ditlieultios, as
Homo dates woro missing, for some
unknown reason, from our regular
files. The table, which is approxi
mately correct, appears in this issue.
Mr. W. M. Terry, who has been iu
tho drug business at Elkton, Ky., for
the past twelve years, says: "Cham
berlain's Cough Bomody gives bettor
satisfaction than any other cough
inediciuo I havo ever bold." There
is good reason for this. No othor
will euro a cold so quickly; no othor
is ho certain a preventive and euro
for croup; no other affords so much
roliof in cases of whooping cough.
For salo by all dealers. iJonson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawaii
Monday, Nov. 21, 185)2.
Assembly convened at 10, as usual,
for prayer. Minutes of previous
meeting woro read and approved.
Tlio following reports from com
mit toes woro read and acted on:
Noble Kauhano, from tho Com
mittee on Education, reported in re
tho removal of Mr. Mullor, a school
teacher on Kauai, that tlio gontlo
man had resigned; no action neces
sary. Report adopted.
The Minister of Financo reported
the first section of tho Appropri
ation Bill ready with ainondinonts.
Noblo Young, from tho Commit
tee 011 Central Firo Station, report
ed on the item in tho Appropriation
Bill for the erection of a now Cen
tral Station and to tho effect that
by erecting a inoro unpretentious
building than that originally plan
ned, a structure possessing all the
accommodations, conveniences, neat
ness and substantial features origin
ally intended may bo erected and
completed for tho sum of 10,000.
Inside finish and external ornamen
tation might bo left to somo futuro
time, so that $35,000 would now sup
ply a building which would answer
tho purposes admirably and supply
1 long-felt want in Honolulu.
Continuing tlio report stated that
tho yearly rents now paid by tho
Government for tho promises occu
pied ly tho several tiro companies
amount to 1(550, which with the
outlay for repairs of $015.50 made
tho yearly outlay for tho past poriod
for promises S22G5.50. This amount
is over six percent on the cost of tho
proposen miuuing with all tho ac
commodation and conveniences
necessary for the bettor caro of tho
valuable property belonging to tlio
Department, as well as for tho com
fort of the solf-donying firemen, who
.sacrifice so much of their time, some
times their money, and occasionally
their lives for the public good.
Tho report further saj-s that tho
committee learn that for want of
proper places to put them thocostlj
appliances belonging to tho Depart
ment often got damaged and un
serviceable, and this loss should bo
reckoned in with tho rents and ro
patrs to present building, for if thoro
woro places for everything no such
loss would be incurred. Tho com
mittee recommend that an item of
35,000 bo inserted in the Appropri
ation Bill for a now central iiro sta
tion to bo built of brick, concrete
and stone, together with tho neces
sary woodwork in fireproof build
ings. Report, is signed by Messrs.
Young, Smith, Minister of Interior,
Dreior and Wilder.
On motion tho report was tallied
for consideration with tho Appropri
Noblo Mar.dou, from tho snocial
committee on Palace Furniture, re
ported and recommended that tho
sum of 5000 bo appropriated.
Tabled for Appropriation Bill.
Noblo Ena, from tho special com
mittee having consideration of tho
bill No. 5,) relative to less strictness
in segregation of lopors, recom
mended its iudoliuito postponement.
Report tabled for consideration with
minority roport and Bill.
Under suspension of tho rules,
Rep. R. W. Wilcox presented a peti
tion from residents of Koloa, Kauai,
that Mr. Cropp bo prohibited from
charging for freight lauded on the
wharf at that place. Roforred to
tho Minister of Interior.
Rep. Kaunaniana also presented a
petition, that a road bo opened to
tho homesteads situated in Kawaihao,
Hawaii. To Committee 011 Public
Rep. Kaumuoha gave notice of a
meeting of tho Now Constitution
Committee this aftornoon.
Noblo Baldwin offered a resolution
that tho -Assembly, to push along
tho work befpro them, have ovening
sessions on each Monday, Wednesday
and Friday of every week.
Rop. Bush opposed tho resolution.
Ho thought work enough could bo
done in tho daytime. Tho session
had been prolonged because of the
attempt to carry out n good princi
ple, but which had not yet been
acknowledged by tho Quoon.
Rop. Ashford also opposed the
resolution. Ho considered that legis
lators who worked from 10 to 5 did
enough for tho "dear people" Ho
was also opposed to itemizing the
nights of particular days, as, those
mentioned woro tho ones on which
tho Appropriation Bill would bo
considered and members would not
liko to work both day and night. Ho
submitted that this damnable scheme
proposed by tho member from Maui
should bo heavily sat upon. (Laugh
ter). Rop. Smith favored that resolu
tion. Tho seats of members who
were the strongest in opposition,
woro the ones vacant oftenor and
longer than any others in tho House.
Rop. lo.iopa was opposed, Thoro
was a cold spoil prevailing at pre
sent and as soon as tho sun goes
down men commence to woop
through tlioir noses. Should moin
bors come out nights they might
catch cold and that would moan
confinoiueut to tho house, tho doc
tor and expense. Was willing to
commence at '.) a. in. and stay until
1 p. m.
Rop. Kapahu considered that
thoro was something sinister con
nected with the introduction of the
resolution. Get tho Appropriation
Hill passed and then something else
Noble Pua and Rop. Bipiknuo also
opposed the measure.
A motion to indefinitely postpone
was carried, 20 to 15,
Rop. Rush offered a resolution
that tho Minister of Interior pro
ceed without delay to appoint new
inspectors of election for tlio 3rd
precinct iu tho Hilo district and
that they proceed without delay in
carrying out tho oloction iu that
district. Tho introducer said that
the action of the resigning inspec
tors showed tho most apparent
trickorv and that they were un
worthy holding any ollico of public
Tho Attornoy-Gouornl said that
tho oloction proclamation had been
mado bj' tho previous Cabinet. It I
was a matter of sm prise when the1
inspectors resigned. He had advised I
ordering a now election, being the
safost way and avoiding expense. !
Ho considered tho inspectors dosorv- I
od censure but doubled the utility I
of tho resolution.
Continuing, the Attorney-General '
said, the Inspectors instead of re-
signing iu a body could have re
signed one 113 one and lilted accord
ingly, and the nowly appointed three
would have all tho status of the first
appointed. By their action, how
over, they had
placed the Govern-
uieiit and the
caudidate in a bad
Rop. Smith could not support the
resolution, as it was an order to tlio
Cabinet to commit an illegal act.
Rop. Bush would bo satisfied
whichever way tho House decided.
Tho inspectors woro evidently agreed
until Mr. Hitchcock or somebody
olso box-hauled tlioir minds and
voorod them around. If this resolu
tion did not pass he would bring in
another requesting action by tho
Ministry on the rccajcilrant inspec
tors. Thoro woro two other boards
in tho district which had not re
signed. There was a motivo and a
dirtj motivo in those of the third
Rop. Kanoalii moved that tho
resolution bo roforred to a commit
tee to roport this afternoon.
Rop. Kapahu asked if other in
spectors could not bo appointed.
Tho Attornoy-Gonoral said yes,
but they would bo too lato to act ac
cording to law under tlio election
proclamation promulgated. The re
signing inspectors may bo liablo to
punishment under Section 101 of
the Election Law.
Rop. White said that tho action of
tho inspectors had a hidden motivo
but it was vory apparent that tho
Polico Judge and also tho Circuit
Judge of tho district, both resigned
because the did not liko Nawahi,
tho 011I3' candidate and who would
bo olectod if an oloction took place.
Ho favored tho Cabinet ordering tho
election to go on; thoro was onl' 0110
candidate and tho House could de
cide on presentation of his papors
whether ho was proporl3 elected or
Rop. Knunaniano said that, if tho
letters received bv him could be ro-
licd on, then the idea of the resigna
tion of the said inspectors emanated
in Honolulu and that the' had re
ceived their instructions from here.
If a dola' could bo caused other
candidates can bo found. It was a
strango fact that Mr. Lyman, one of
tho board who was awaj' over in
Waimea, resigned immediately. He
(the speaker) bolioved that he did so
to block tho election.
Rop. Ashford intimated that ho
had something to sa3 on tho subject
winch wouiu o voiced on tho pro-'j
sontation 01 a substitute resolution
after recess. Ho moved recess (at
12) until l:H0'p. ni. Carried. -.
ON THE MARIPOSA.
An Australian Hayseod With a
Loaded Yankee Revolver.
An eldorby Australia ha3'seed nar-rowl-
escaped being detained in tho
cit.y from tho S. S. Mariposa 3-estor-day
on a vory serious cliargo. The
old man bought a 33-calibre revolver
in San Francisco provious to his
boarding the steamer, for, as ho
stilted, killing rabbits in the wilds of
Australia. About 10 o'clock last
night ho took tho revolver out of
his gripsack in tho steerage apart
nionts for tho purpose of showing it
to some friends. Ho forgot that it
was loaded and touched tlio trigger.
The gun went off with a loud report,
scattering the group in all direc
tions. Luckily hayseed held the
pistol slantiugly ami the shot passed
out of the side of tho ship, falling in
tho water. The officers of t lie vessel
advised tho old man to put the
thing away until ho got to Australia,
when ho could shoot rabbits with
it to his heart's content.
C. J. McCarthy has lots 011 Lilihn
st root for salo.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at. "The
Elite Ico Cream Parlors."
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith A: Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Dr. MoLonnan, 131 Fort street,
nbovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone G82.
For island views and artistic photos
1 go to tho Aloha Gallop, Soverin &
Holster, i'ort street. Amateur work
Mechanics' Home, 50 and 61 Hotel
street. Lodging by da', wook or
month 25o. and 50c. a night; 1
and 1.25 a week.
The Rest Plasti:ii. Dampen n
piece of llannol with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and bind it on over the
seat of pain. It is better than apy
plaster. When tho lungs are sore
such an application on tho chest
and another on tho back, between
tho shoulder blades, will often pre
vent pneumonia. There is nothing
so good for a lame back or a pain in
the side. A sore throat can nearly
always bo cured iu one night by ap
plying a llannol bandage dampened
with Pain Halin. 50 cent bottles for
salo by nil dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
MRS. 1MKKUK JO.NK8, 1UI NUUANU
Avenue, would be plad of a limited
number of order for I'alntinu' iu Oil or
Water-colora; 011 Bilk, Batiu, Canvas, eto,
B.F. ALLEN &C0
Hobroii, Newman & Co.
COKXKR FORT AM) K1NH STUHKTS.
TtaksfflviDjr & riirista !
Large Fine 3fe Young Turkeys
Delivered Dressed or Alive.
tXff- Cull and in-'iMjct at
Waikiki Poultry Yard
Or inquire of
O. Y. MAOFARI.AXK,
at Maefarlane & Co.', Kualmmanu .si.
Camariuos' Kaiilii Ranch
Turkeys, Geese, Heavy Roosters
- A Nil
Now beiiiK FROZIJN will lie ready for
delivery before or on tlio morning
-1" of Tliunlisgiviiij,' Day. .
Dressed All Ready for the Ovon!
MI'l.i'IVI. 1,1. NT. OK
Smyrna Figs, Raisiiis, Dates,
Nuts of all kinds, Etc., Etc.,
For the Holiday and Ke-divo Season.
Trices to Milt the timet.
California Fruit Market.
- Mutual Tel. :S7i.
Monday, Nov. 21sf
. M. S. LEVY'S
Dry & Fancy Goods
E T 5 EEE-
BY VIRTUK OI'A WRIT Ol' KXKl'U
tiou issued out of the .Supreme Court,
on tho '.'lst day of September, A. J). lWU.
against W. C. Aehi, defendant, iu favor of
v. W. Wright, plaintlil", for tho Mini of
$lr,o0, I havo levied upon and shall ox
jioso for salo at the Police Station, In the
District of Honolulu, Island or Oahu, at l'J
o'clock of TUKSDAV, tliu lith day of
December, A. 1). lfc'.U, to tho hlghesi bid
der, all tho right, title and interest of tho
salil W, C Aehi, defendant, in and to tho
following property, unless said Judgment,
luteiest, costs and my cpenos lie pre
List of property for salo:
All the right, title and iuteiest of said
W, 0. Aehi, iu and to tho-e pieces and
parcels of land described as follows:
1 liO-liJO of an acront Kalawahiue, Ho
nolulu, Oahu, and conveyed to said W. (',
Aehi, by deed of Bishop A: Co., April '.'0,
18ti!l, Liber UL', page I.M.
'i 18-100 of an acre at Kalawahiue, Ho
nolulu, Oahu, and conveyed to said W. C
Aehi, by deed of Hila Kuwaa, Liber 1(17,
W-'-lVt acres at Kapaakca, Honolulu,
Oahu, and conveyed to said W. C. Aehi,
by deed of Uim Cluing Wo, Jim. Ill, ltWH,
Liber 113, .aKu MIL'.
I- .lucres at Kapaakca, Honolulu, Oahu,
and conveyed to said'W. ('. Aehi, by deed
of Mary Hyde, Liber 111. page ;a,
5 AW acres at Keatakouio, l'una, Ha
waii, and conyojod to the said W. C. Aehi,
by deed of Jim Malm, Oct. 18, ISJ.H, Liber
IIS, page 88,
H--1SI acres iu Kealakomo, l'una, Ha
waii, and conveyed to said W. 0. Achl, bv
deed of Wallehua, Ocl.l), IsSS.iind loconlcil
in Liber Hi), page 'J8I.
CHAM. II, WILKON,
Honolulu, Nov. 7, 18:)-'. 571-lt
rpHK TVUKK LY RULLCTlN-iiS COl7
JL umns of Interesting Heading Matter,
Islands, $ 1; mailed to foreign countries, $5,
A Herd ol Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
FOR TllK 1'AST SIX MONTHS IN
Elegant OoncLitioii for -blie Talole !
We do not oiler S'Ueloton llirds for sale at fl.fiO 11 jiieee, hut
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed stiad. Iced If Desired
AN') DKl.IVKltni) THK MORNING OF DAY FOR USK
Mfc. I.lvo Weight of Hlrda varylnfrom 12 to IS) lli. -TA
Prices to SiJirt Everybody!
FOR SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Office of D. If. Hurnhum, Chief of Coiwlruction, Worhl'tt)
Columbiun Exposition, 11.$ The Itookcry, Chicago. )
May 9, 1S92.
M. A. SEED DRY PLATE CO., --Z t
St. Louis, Mo.
My hint order for Plates arrived very promptly. Please accept
thanks for being so prompt,
I ivinh to state, that I am using jotir Plates exclusively for all
work done, on these grounds for the ojliciul record of construction. .
Of course comment by me' as to the good qualities of the Seed
Plate arc entirely unnecessary, " '
C. 1). A11N0LD,
The Seed Plates
irr .a.:r.:e for sale 03srr.-!r B-sr
109 "Fort Street,
N. S. SACHS',
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
f Hare you seen the New Hainan Sashes at N. S. Sachs' Store t
IJlav-' inu Mr-n the Niqlit (lawns that are sellinq for $1.00 at Sachs'X
Store f -. I
I Have you seal the New Art Silki for Drapes and Fancy ll'orA at
Sachs' Store t I
I Hare you seen the Monsquctairr
tl'air at Sachs' Store?
Have you seen the New Silk
bachs' Store t
Do you know that the Latest Novelties and Most Stylish Goods can
vilways lie found at Sachs' Store 1
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
ItY LAST KTKAMKR A FULL LINK OF
BLAOK GrOOIDS! I
lllaek Cachmero -TJ-im-h wide, W) cents per
yard and djiw mils,
lllaek India l.auii. lllaek French Lawn.
Black Batteen In l'lain and Figured,
lllaek Calico In l'lain and Figured,
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
t8T Dressmaking iiudor the management of Mim K. CI.ARIv. -Jil
llKU. Ill TKLHI'HONl'.H MuniAi. IU
A T (""yrTiT?.()Pt A ,
IDjai'iirConir 1 Foot Lengths
13.CO I'er Cord 1 Foot Lengths
. . I Foot Lengths.
Itf- Delivered to any part of Honolulu ;
MUST ACE & CO.
ft?- Ring up No. Ill on Both Telc-
AN K W Fl RBT.CI.ABr5 FAM I LY RATI I
lug Resort has been opened at Wai
lug Resort has been opened at Wai-
klki under tho abovj name by Mm. K, 0.
Ron k, for tho comfort and convenience of
thio wishing to enjoy a M-a hath, It Is
situated a little beyond the Villa. Tram-
cars pass tho gate.
N. II, Special arrangements havo- been
made for Family l'iculcs and Kvening
llathing Parties. fxl'Mf
the Daily Jlullelin, CO
vents jier month.
"EionoiialTJi, EL I.
Undressed Kid Uloves for $1.50 a'
Striped and Polka Dot Chailles at
lllaek, Cotton, Bilk and Kid Gloves in all
lllaek Stoekings for l.adle and Children,
lllaek Hilk Warp Henrlette Cloths,
Kte., YAM., - Kte., Kte.
"ffll WT ft II B
Tho Nippon Yuson KalBha's Steamship
-rrQ yvi a o"h i Yr TVTa -rn "
Will leave this port for Yokohama direct
mi or about
! Tlorci,m V-it ea.
'' S -- - rm VmS . O tJ Jt
ttf For particulars regarding Freight
ami I'.csage, apply to
VT. G. Irwin & Co.,,Id.,
ftCl-lin i ; .. . Agents.
HUSTACE $ CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Saud
Which we will sell at the Very Uiwest
TELEPHONE - - Mutual 414
"A f B. 1.15V Y WILL Ol'KN A DRY AND
,!! Fancy Ooods fatore nt No. 7S tort
street, "Mclneriiy llloek," on MONDAY,
November '-'1st, when he will bu pleaseU to
I beo his friends.
Honolulu, Nov. U, lsy-