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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
KU051 AND AVTKIt OCTOBKIt 1. 1892.
A.M. I'.M. P.M.
Lenvo Honolulu. .0:16
Arrive Honolulu .8:,'!o
8:45 1:4!) l:35t
Uifi" 2:57 5:35t
10:13 3:13 0:42t
11:65 4:55 0:50t
1'KAllti OlTY I.0CAI..
Lcavo Honolulu 6:105
Arrive l'unrl City 5:4S ....
Arflvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 80, 1892.
Wednesday, Nov. 23.
S S Australia, Hondlotte, from San Fran
cisco, Am liktno Amelia, Ward, lit days from
Stmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii
Schr Kauikcaouli from lliunakua
Wednesday, Nov. 2.
Btmr W G Hall for Haiti and Hawaii at 10
Btmr 0 11 Bishop for Lahaina, ICukuihaclo
and Hamakua, at 10 a m
Btmr Mikahala for Kauai, at fi p m
Btmr Kaala for Waianao
Schr Aloha, Dahel, for Sun Francisco
Cargoos from Island Forts.
Btmr Kinau 153 sheep, 4 horses, 12 bales
wool, 11 bills hides, 31 hags corn, -125
bags potatoes iind 115 pkgs sundries.
From San Francisco, per S B Australia,
Nov 30 S T Alexander, Sister Albina, Mrs
J F Burkett, Mrs J K Burkett, 1'hil Brann
and wife, M H Collee, Sister Desales. h H
Deo and wife, Mrs S M Emery, Mrs A Her
bert, Miss Bona Herbert, .Alfred Huag,
Percy E Haslett and wife, A Hashagcn, v
Y Horner, .Ir, Q L Jackman, Sister Jerome,
W N Johnston, Simeon Loatlior and wife,
MissELeo, DrS lilxie, Dr OF Lee, F 0
Lalllonde and wife, Mrs A B Lyons, AV S
Maltby, E O Maltby, J W Mason and wife,
Albert McChcsney, Miss A Neumann, Paul
Neumann, Paul Neumann, Jr. B Neu
mann, W O Ogg and wife, P Peck, S B
Bo'-e, Louis Sloss, Jr, O Smith, Miss Nellie
Smith, Mrs J B Sutton, Col Swinton, H T
Tavlor, It N Webster, Joseph M White,
Nelson D White, Mixs Winnifred White,
Miss Graco L Wing, John Wood, B K. Foss.,
Mrs J F Bowler.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,,
Nov 30 Mrs H F Wichman, Miss Dallam,
J V Persv, K K Cutter and wife, A T At
kinson, ltov E P Baker, E D Baldwin and
bride, Miss May Baldwin, T Naka, H W
Schmidt, Chus'Woiglit, T It Koy worth, G
V Jakins, A B Lobenstein, C M Lennah,
W G Walker, It Ivers, T Keren and son,
Mrs W F Mcbougull and child, E P Low,
wife, 2 children and 2 servants, Miss Boyd,
Mrs It N Uoyd and child, C Alice, L Asou,
G C Akina, J Benton, II L Hols-tein, J
Bowler, It V Hose and b( deck.
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr W G
Hall, Nov 30 For Volcano: Wm Hoogs,
Mr Sawyer and wife. Wav ports: Miss
Shaw, J Puakaula, It H Makikau. Mrs
Kaimi, I) Makainui, Mrs Makekan, W O
Ogg and wife and 10 deck.
Tho schooner Kauikcaouli returned this
afternoon in ballast from Hamakua.
Tho steamer Kinau reports a rough pas
sago and heavy N. W. bwells. The steamer
had to wait until the storm subsided at
Hilo before she could land her passengers
The American four-masted schooner
Aloha, Dabel master, sailed this afternoon
for San Fruneisuo witli 10,300 bags sugar
shipped by H. Hackfeld & Co., and 4500 by
M. S. Grinbdum it Co. Domestic valuo,
Tho brig J. I). Spreckels sailed from San
Francisco for Kahului on Nov. 23 with
merchandise valued at $5143, including 300
bbls. Hour, 1503 ctls. barloy, 1000 sks. bran.
1585 lbs. bread, 300 bbls. lime, 1500 lbs. cod
fish, 1030 lbs. tobacco.
The American barkentino Amolia, Ward
master, arrived to-day 24 tlavs from Port
Blakely, witli 303,075 ft. N. W. and 77,971
ft. T 6 lumber consigned to Allen t
Bobinson. Tho Amelia experienced vorv
heavy S.E. galos during the passago, with
variable winds at intervals, (.'aught frosli
N.E. trades on Monday last and had pleas
ant sailing to port.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Quoon Dowager Kapiolani will
leave on tho stoamor Mikahala this
afternoon for tho gardon iHle.
A diver wont down in tho channel
yostorday with a shovel to lovol tho
bar. This morning ho continued
Mr. E. D. Baldwin and bride ar
rived by tho stoamor Kinau to-day.
Mrs. Baldwin was Miss Nollio Curtis
of San Francisco. Tho marriage
took place at Hilo.
Tho hoir apparout to tho Auslro-
Hungarian crown, Archduke Francis
Fordinnnd, will pass through Hono
lulu early noxt year, traveling incog
nito, on his way from the Colonies
to tho United Statos.
Threo thoroughbred bull torriors
arrived from Port Blakoly on the
barkentino Amolia to-day for Mr. C.
L. Carter. Tho dogs aro fine ani
mals and won great admiration for
their slcok and handsome looking
A man was sovoroly injured by a
strange accidont at tho Makiki re
creation Krouiids this afternoon. IIo
was riding fast across tho lot whou.
n Mutual tolophono wire, that was
hanging low across tho path, caught
him undor tho chin and throw him
violently to tho ground. Tho wiro
cut his throat across, making a
ragged gash from which tho blood
llowed freely. IIo was piokod up in
an unconscious stato but rovivod
Komowhat. Mrs. J. Lightfoot and
Mrs. J. J. Groono, who live near by,
bound up the man's throat and thou
ho was sent to tho Queon's Hospital.
Tho unfortunate man is a half
Portuguoso, Manuel being tho only
namo ascertainable at present. His
injuries aro uot consiuorod fatal at
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Pursor Laurie J. llyan is thanked
for news favors.
Diamond Hond, 3 p.m.
clonr, wind light oast.
Fresh oj'slors on ico aro again on
call at tho Boavor lunch saloon.
Mr. W. S. Maltby tho cyclist and
E. 0. Maltby arrived by (ho Austra
lia. Two cases of drunkenness woro
fined $6 each in tho PolicoCourt this
Mr. Paul Noumann, accompanied
b' his two sons and daughtor, aro in
L. J. Luvoy will hold an under
writer's salo of trunks and valises at
10 o'clock to-morrow.
Jas. P. Morgan will sell fresh ap
ples and California potatoes at auc
tion to-morrow noon.
of froicht by tho
Marti will obsorvo a
uotieo for their bonofit in this issuo.
Miss Wing arrived bi tho Austra
lia to take tho place of hor sistor as
toachor of languages in Oahu Col
logo. P. H. Knuimakaolo has boon ap
pointed an agent to grant marriage
licenses for tho district of liana,
Sistors Albina, Dosalos and Jo-
romo, of tho Uatholic mission, wore
by tho S. S. Australia
Albort Bray was arrested this
morning for tho thoft of a pair shoos
valued at $12, tho proport' of Ko
alakai. Tho assigneo of Nam Hiiig Lung,
bankrupt, has boon ordorod dis
charged on his liling receipts of
Ah Po was committed to tho In
sane Asylum this morning. Po
stated in Court that ho was willing
to go tlioro.
Chief Justice Judd will go to La
haina by tho Claudino noxt Tues
day, to hold tho Docombor term of
tho Circuit Court.
L. J. Lovoy will sell tho bankrupt
stock of SaiiR Yuen & Co., at 10
o'clock to-morrow. There is a vari
oty of merchandise.
Tho banco session of tho Supremo
Court continues. Thoro has been
no decision as yot on tho uomurror
in Brown vs. Sponcor.
Dr. Lowell could not return to
Honolulu by tho Australia on ac
count of illness. Ho hopes to bo
able to como by the Monowai.
Mr. C. Klommo wishes to stato
that ho knew nothing of tho prose
cution of Hardy for vagranc3r until
ho was subpoenaed as a witness.
Mrs. J. B. Sutton, wife of tho po
pular pursor of tho R. M. S. S. Ala
meda, arrived by the Australia from
tho Coast to-day for a short vacation
on the islands.
Charles Peterson, tho lookout on
Diamond Head, has recoived from
Lloyds' Agonc3, through Theo. H.
Davies & Co., a sot of signal code
flags with a book.
, W. G. Kaihonui has been appoint
ed a mombor of the Eoad Board for
tho district of Hilo, for tho unex
pired term mado vacant by tho resig
nation of B. H. Scholtz.
Tho members of Mr. Crowley's
late "Wooing of Kaala" hold a suc
cessful rehearsal' of their now play,
"Lady of tho Twilight," on Saturday
night at tho Queen street armory.
A moetiiiK of tho St. Andrew's
Church Association will bo hold at
tho Cathedral Schoolroom, at 7:30
p.m., on Thursday, tho first of Do
combor. A full attondanco is de
sired. Topic for to-morrov's noonday
meeting of tho Y. M. C.A.: "Prayor
for tho nations of tho world, thoir
people and rulers." Psalm 89:11-18;
1 Timothy 2:1-4. T. R.. Walker,
Tlio S. S. Australia will sail for
San Francisco at noon noxt Wednes
day. W. G. Irwin & Co.. Ltd.,
agonts, aro prepared to issuo through
tickets from this city to all points in
tho United States.
Officers of tho Pacific Sugar Mill
aro announced as follows: F. A.
Schaofer, President; Charles R.
Bishop, Vico-Prosidont; J. Hoting,
Treasurer; H. Ronjos, Soorotary; J.
H. Paty, Auditor.
Tho Wildor's Steamship Co. con
sented to judgment pro forma in
four cases for damages aggregating
13870 in tho Police Court yesterday
affomoon. Tho suits aro tho out
como of tho Kahului fire.
Mr. T. A. Lloyd objects to rillo
practico with his houso as a target,
Tho other day a bullet crashed
through tho wall of his houso, pass
ing through the dining room and
kitchon and burying itself in tho
pantry. It camo from tho direction
of tho roar of Kamohamoha School.
Tho barkontino Planter, Captain
Dow, from Port Gamble for this
port, sprung a-loak at soa and re
turned to Royal Roads, so badly
waterlogged that had it not boon
for tho buoyant character of hor
cargo sho would havo gouo down.
On reaching port her crew dosortod
in a body.
Shoriff Fred. H. Hnysoldon caused
tho arrest of eight Chinoso store
koopors at Wailuku for cho fa gam
ing. Thoy put up $-10 bail each
which thoy forfeited, thus bringing
$320 into tho public treasury. Tho
Sheriir also rocovored .?200 out of
$250 stolon at Lahaiua before his
appointment to ollico.
Mr. John F. Colburn gavo n hum
in Manoa Valley on Saturday, in
honor of the coming of ago of his
stopson, Giovanni Long, Tho fes
tival was largely attended and a
morry time was spoilt. J. Carty
transported guests both ways at
special ratos, but many haekmou
from other stauds mado faros.
Wednesday, Nov. 30, 1892.
Tho Assombly convened for
prayor at 5) o'clock. Tho roll was
called showing 15 members present.
At 9:15 a quorum was present, and
tho minutes of tho previous mooting
woro read and approved.
Tho Minister of Foreign Affairs
nrcsontcd answers to questions rela
tive to Makalua and Marchant, tho
Govornmont wards abroad.
Tho Atlornoy-Gonoral road for tho
first tinio a bill to provido for tho
importation of mothylic alcohol.
Unfinished business now camo on
and consideration of Bill 157a rola
tivo to Chinoso Immigration was
The amendment of Noblo Thurs
ton, that a limit of 5000 bo placod
on tho numbor of incoming immi
grants, was discussed.
jNoblo loung amonueu "ouuu 111
0110 year." Passed.
Several othoj amendments woro
presented and carried, viz., tho strik
ing out of the word "colportour"
and tho insertion of tho word
"toachor," and adding of "diplo
mats and thoir families" to tho en
joyment of permission of entry.
Rep. Kanealii was not pleased
with Noblo Young's amendment
which had passed, and moved that
it bo reconsidered.
Noblo Thurston seconded tho mo
tion. Ho was not opposed to tho
planters through any spirit of fac
tiousness, but took his stand on
principle. His interests woro identi
fied with thoso of tho planters. The
question was simply -which was to
prevail, Asiatic or Western civiliza
tion. Tho motion to reconsider was
Rop. Smith said that tho danger
was staring tho country in tho face
of getting a largo number of one
class into tho country. Tho Japan
ese woro undoubtedly a higher raco,
but thov woro a ttreator dancer. IIo
favored gotting in moro Chinoso.
There was a greater monaco to
Christian civilization by tho incom
ing of Japanese than of Chinese.
Wo cannot got .the kind of labor re
quired, so wo should got 0110 class
to offset tho other. Ho bolioved tho
Chinoso woro tho least harmless.
Noblo Thurston said that the
member had been talking wild both
when ho had intimated that tlioro
was not a sullioiency of labor in tho
country and also when tho Chinoso
woro suggested as tho bettor class of
labor. Ho would say that in 1890
thoro woro over 18,000 laborers in
tho country. Thoro had not boon
any now plantations started, on tho
contrary tho labor of many had been
reduced, and 0110 or twp had closed
up altogether. A thousand or two
laborers would bo sufficient to fill
all vacancies. But the intention is,
not so much to fill vacancies as to
got a surplus, so as to reduce wages,
lie considered that, for that pur
pose, 5000 would bo a largo enough
numbor. Rolativo to tho character
of tho Chinoso, Noblo Thurston ro
tated historical facts which showed
tho dancer that threatened every
community in which Chinese could
obtain a foothold from their fond
ness for - dangerous secret society.
Ho instanced tho troubles in Peru,
where tho Chinoso secret societies
had been tho means of establishing
a roign of terror 1)3" robbing, burn
ing, and murdoring until tho3' woro
forced to tho mountains, whore U103'
roinainecl two years before boing
finsilly rooted out. No such com
binations woro over known to exist
amongst tho Japanese
Rop. Ashford favored tho ro-rofor-onco
to tho Judiciary Committee.
Noblo Thurston's amendment to
"not exceed 5000 in number," was
Rop. Ashford asked if tho 5000
meant per year or for all time.
President Walkor said that it was
for all time or until tho bill was
On motion tho amendment passed.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs
offered amendments by which foos
of SI for laborers and S5 for profes
sional peoplo woro charged for ad
missions under tho bill. Carried.
Tho Minister also offered an
amendment rolativo to tho balance
of fees romaining over after pay
ment of ollico expenses to tho Troas-ur3-
as a Govornmont realization and
to tho credit of tho Chinese Immi
gration fund. Carried.
Rop. Ashford desired to havo tho
work and labor of an "agricultural
laborer" dofined. Ho did not ap
prove of a field laborer working in a
Considerable argument was indul
ged in on tho proposition, which, on
being put, was lost.
On motion tho bill was now passed
as a whole.
Rop. Kamauoha introduced a reso
lution that tho manufacture and salo
of salt from tho Kakaako salt ponds
bo prohibited. Referred to tho Sani
Noble Thurston from tho Commit
too on Public Lands presented n re
port rolativo to one of tho Sections
111 Bill 12(5a. Report adopted, bill
forwarded to engrossment and order
oil for third roailing on Tuesday
At 11:18, on motion, rocoss was
hud until l:i!0 p, m.
Mr. Mooro, tho postmaster at
Urudshaw, Va., aftur rpndiny an ad
vert isoniont of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Jiomudy, con
cluded to try a small bottle of it.
Ho says: "1 used it in two cases for
colic and throe for diurrhun with
porfect satisfaction. 1 havo handled
and used a great deal of patent
medicine, but never tried any that
gavo as good results as this. For
sale by all dealers. 13onson, Smith it
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. The Vuilij Bulletin is delivered by
carriers for FtO cent per month.
Tho Organ Recital.
Mr. Wrav Taylor's organ recital at
Kaumakaplli church on Independ
ence Da3' ovoning drew an innnonso
concourse. Long boforo the opening
hour every chair was occupied.
Scores of peoplo including inaii3'
ladies ranged themselves standing in
tho aisles and along tho walls. The
inauguration of the elect ric lighting
of tho edifice probably drew a pro
portion outside of tho number of
music-lovors which seems to in
croaso with each successive recital.
At tho assembling the church was
dimly lighted with two or three
lamps, which barely more than made
the moonlight visible A few; mo
ments boforo tho appointed hour,
7:15, those feeble illuminators woro
extinguished. In breathless expect
ancy tho audienco waited and Kept
their eyelids hard up. Like a Hash
tho largo auditorium was changed
from darkness to light as clear .and
steady as that of a cloudless noon
da3'. People looked about to see
whoro tho Queen was when sho
"touched tho button." ller Majesty
was discovered, sorono and smiling,
in tho ro3al pow at tho back of tho
church, seated with her being His
Excolloncy A. S. Cleghoin, Major J.
W. Robortson and Mesdames C. B.
Wilson and C. Clark, ladies-in-waiting.
Tho various numbers on the con
cert program woro well recoived.
Mr. Taylor opened with a triumphal
march and a fantasia on church
chimes, at a later stage playing
operatic selections. It scorns as if
tho organ is mado to yield something
now in harmonies at each successive
recital. Many of. tho effects pro
duced woro oxquisito.
Mr. Sheldon Painter, who has
made a good impiession on tho local
oar for music sinco his recont arrival,
sang twice in tho courso of tho
evening. Hatiptman's piano Con
certo with string accoinpaniniont
awoke enthusiastic rosponso in tho
audionco. Miss Hopper plajcd tho
piano; Miss McGrow, first violin; R.
C. Barnfield, second piano; A. Mar
ques, viola; Wray Taylor, violoncello.
The same accomplished musicians,
with tho addition of G. II. Paris,
Jluto, also conferred great J03 on tho
auditors in a soxtotto "Lo Calmo"
Miss Etta A. Burgess, music
teacher at Kawaiahao Girls' Somi
uary, delighted the audionco in two
vocal numbers, the first 0110 being
encored. Kawaiahao choir sang
juasoirs antiiom, "Uh como lot us
sing," and, as tho closing number,
"Ho Mole Lahui Hawaii," a composi
tion of Queon Liliuokalani. TI103'
woro wannby applauded, having done
even bettor than usual. Prof. Borgor
plaj'ed tho accompaniments on tho
organ for tho choir.
Miss Hopper was tho piano accom
panist of tho evening, acquitting tho
rolo in her well-known accomplished
manner. Mr. Taylor closed tho recital
with "Hawaii Ponoi" on tho organ,
accompanying the Kawaiahao chor
isters who sang tho hymn.
Although tho increasing popular
ity of thoso organ recitals is a heavy
tax on tho seating accommodation,
tho suggestion that tho price should
bo raised is not a happy 0110. Rather
have tho recitals oftenor, as one of
thoir chief merits lies in their edu
cative iuiluenco on tho musical tasto
of tho masses.
S. S. Australia.
Steamer Australia, Capt. II. C.
Hondlotte, Commander, sailed from
San Francisco, Nov. 23d, at 2 p. m.
with 57 cabin and 11 steorao pas
sengers and '12 bags mail. Experi
enced modorate fair weather with
westerly swoll throughout the voy
age, arrived at Honolulu, Nov. 30th,
at i) a. in.
S. S. YAMASHIRO MAKU.
rpiIK S. S. YAMASHlItO MAIIU IS
J. now entered ut Customs, and con
signees aro requested to pais their ontries
at oneo to avoid storage.
W. O. IKWlNifcCO., L'li.,
Bon-Ton Dressmaking Parlors,
Comer Fort it lioretania sts.
Experienced'Dressmakers just from the Coast
Ladies giving us a call am assured
ot perfect satlsmction.
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
TIIK Al fiTKAMBHIl'
A TTCSTTR. A T .T A M
WILL LKAVH HONOLULU
i on rin: aiiovi: roiir on
Wednesday, December 7th,
Tho undersigned urn now prepared to
Ismio Through Tiekots from thla city to nil
points in the United ritutes. .
Kor furtlier partimiliird regarding Freight
or 1'iibMigu npply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
S87-(it (leliDral Agonts.
Daily Bulletin, 50 cents a
Hobroii, Newman & Co.
COKNEU KOltT AND KINO STUl'.KTS.
it. S. Muniu:, Supt. V. II. T.vi.nit, l'res.
Risdon Iron Works,
San Francisco, - - Cal.
Improved Sugar Machinery-
BOILERS & ENGINES.
For Irrigating ami Water Works purposes
of 1111 fitpai'ity.
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pipe & Fluralng
MATHKSON LOCK-JOINT l'IPH,
HEINE SAFETY BOILER,
Kk-., KU, Ktc, IHc.
C& For flirt her particulars anil cata
Risdon Iron Works,
San Franei-i'o, California.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF SALE.
Hy direction of Kong
cnKiw namru in u curium
tortgage, dated the iirst dav of August,
1MU, and of record m Liber l."!l, on pages
171) and 1M), and made liy Linn Sam and
Knui Cliing of llaualei, Kauai, doing busi
ness under tho firm name of Tonj; Yick
Wai, I nut directed to sell at I'ublie Auc
tion, on tho promi-cs at lianalei, un aid
Kauai, on THUltSDAY, the '.'Jii dav of
December, 1W)J, at 12 M., all the right, title
and interest of the above named Lung
Sam and Kain Ching, of, in and to the
following property: AH paddy and grow
ing" Crops, I Houses and Cnmoiit Kloor, (1
Horses, III Oxen, 1 Mule, 2 l'ig-, all Poul
try, all Tools, Implements, Machinery and
other property in and upuu the lands in
tho leases hereunder named, and used in
the conducting and carrying on thu busi
ness of rice planters at nid llaualei. And
at thu same time ami place, I am further
directed to s-ell all the rights, title and in
terest of the said Lung H.im and Kain
Ching, trading as aforesaid of, in and to
tho following described leases:
1 Lease from the I'rinceville Plantation
Co. to Lung Sam and Kam Ching, for tho
term of 1U years from July I, lNsS, at the
yearlv rental of $S.r0; ' acres moie or less.
2 -Lease from J. II. Kaliuloiki to Samu
sim .t Co. for 10 years from April 1, lb'.H),
jearlv rental ?10."
."i Lease from F. Wundenburg to Knui
Sing and Ah Hing for 15 years from IVbru
ary 1, ISs'J, at $1 IH.2. per annum; i) acres.
I Ia'siso from Ltwai Makaina to Tong
Yick Wai .t Co. for 1(1 years from January
1, lb'.r.', at $11 per annum.
f I-asc from Kawaakaukahi to Tong
Yick Wai for Hi years from July 2t, 1MH,
jearlv rental .f II).
11 Lease from lleke and fl. K. Kaimumu
to Tong Yick Wai for fi years from April 1,
18!)2, yearly tental $'10.
r&h Deeds at expense of puichaser.
ft&iWil V. K. H. DKVr.UILL.
1Ji:i.i. ill TKLKl'HONKS - Minru. Ill 1
At McKinley Prices!
Departure Bay Coal
12 J TON!
t& Delivered to anv part of Honolulu
HUSTACE & CO.
King up No. Ill mi lloth Tele-
For Yokohama !
The Nippon Yuson Kalslia's Steamship
" Yamasliiro Maru"
Will leu vo this port for Yokolmiim direet
On TUESDAY, Dec. 6th,
AT O'CLOl'K V. M. HHA1U'.
tr- l''or piirtit'iilura regarding Krnlght
nun I'nsMige, appiy i
V;. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
WCl-lin , -VKontii.
ELECTION 01? OFyiOEIlS.
AT TIIK ADJOIJIINKI) A.NNl'AL
1 .Meeting ol tho Htoel;holder of tho
l'lieiUe Bugur Mill held on TmiDiliiy, tho
aith lliitiuil, thu following ollleem were
R A. rii'hiiefer
ChiiH. li. lilxhop
J. 11. i'.ity
Honolulu, Nov. 'M, lh'J-'. 67t
Subscribe for the Daily Jiulletin, 60
cents per month.
What about 20 ym-ds of Cnlico for 1 V Sue L13YV.
What about 1-1 yards of White Cotton for 1? Sec
What about Toys? See
What about Hosiery for
AVho givus full value? LtiVY.
Who would be pleased to see you
Who sells for Cash? LEVY.
Who is the man for hard
75 Fort Street,
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food .
KOK Till! 1'AST SIX MONTHS IN
Elegant Oondrtion for title TsLtole !
Wo do not oiler Skeleton Birds Jor sale at ?l..r0 a piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed and. Ioed If Desired
AND D1U.1VKKKD T1IK MOUNING OK DAY KOK USK
(ft. Live Weight of llinls varying from 12 to 20 lb. -m
Prices to Suit Everybody!
TO It SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
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HOLLISTER & CO.,
1 O Fort, Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
N. S. SAGES
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Have you seen the AV u ltonutn
Jlnve. you seen the A't'ilit (lowus
Jiave you seen tlie New Art
Sachs' Store t
Jiavc you seen the Mansquetaire
I'air at Sachs' Staref
Have you seen
the AVic Silk
Do you know that the Latest Novelties and Must Stylish Uoods can
ytlwaus be found at Sachs' Store?
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
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yard mid upwiirdv.
II hie I; ludlii l.uun. 1 thiol; l'reneh Uiwn.
lllni'k Bulleeii in i'liiin and Klgured.
Black Culk'o in Plain uiu) rigiircd,
B. F. EHLERS
Dressmaking under tho
LEVY. , JTT
Ladies and Children? lee
times, anyway? LEVY.
m - zerv - Y - .
Sunken at A'. &'. Sachs' Starr?
that are setting for -fl.UO at Naehs'
i and Xmas !
Sills for Drapes and Fancy Work
Undressed Kid Uloves for 1.60 i
Striped and J'otka Dot Chailles at.
ltlut'k, Cotton, Silk and Kid (llovea in nil
llluek .Stoeklugs for Ladle and Children.
Itliiek Hilk Warii Henrietto Cloths,
r.te., Kto., Kto., Ktc.
& CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
niuuugement o( Mien K, OLA UK.
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