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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A ward room steward is wanted
for the U. S. S. Attains.
SOLDIER ON THE RAMPAGE.
Murdorous Attack on NativoB by a
P. Q. Dofondor.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
This Space is Reserved
L. J. Lovoy will hold a cash sale
of general merchandise at his sales
room at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Another member of the P. G. '
army has got himself iuto trouble.
This timo it is Private J. Novius of ,
Co. F. Novins visited several swipeB
shops early yesterday evouiug and
by 8 o'clock ho was pretty "boozy." j
Ho thoiiL'ht he'd visit the notorious
i . un TT ll
KltOM AN') AFTBK JUNK 1. 1W3.
IS THE BEST
To-morrow, Nov. 3d, will bo the
anniversary of the birthday of
Malsu Ililo, Emperor of Japan.
Dr. S. Asano has returned from
To Kwa Mux.
Leave Pearl (Jlty It:
Airlve Kwn Mill 0:
Leave Kwn Mill .
Leave Pearl Ulty .
Tides, Bun and Moon.
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Last Quarter of the moon tin the Hint, at oh.
lorn. p. in.
Time Whistle lilowi at 111. 28m. 34s. p.m. ol
Honolulu time, which is the nume in lili. Oin.
(is. of Ureenwicli time.
THE DAM BULLETIN.
THUKSDAY, NOV. 2, 1893.
1VC .A. !R. I HSTE 3STE3-WS.
Tiiuitiiiw, Nov. '1.
Stmr J A Ouniinins from Ktioluu
Sch r sjariih & Eliza put back
TuuielY, Nov. 2.
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, for Sun
Schr Sarah &. Kliza for Koulau via l.iumi
tichr Mot Wahine for Koliala mid Kohola-
tfchr Millo-Morris for Koolau
For Sun Kranui-eo por bk
Nov 2 OF Giant.
Vessels in Port.
UBS Philadelphia, Barker, from t'allao,
UBS Adams, NeWon, from a cruise
8 B Miowora, Stott, from Sydney
Am bgtne W G Irwin, William, fiom Han
Haw bk 11 P llithet,
Morri.-on, from Sun
Br sclir Norma, Macijuarrie,
Am bchr Robert hewers, from
Am tchr Transit, Jurgenscu,
Am schr Aloha, Dahel, from
Hawn bk K P Hitliet, Morrihou, from
Nor ship Iloaconstield, B.istiansun, from
Newcastle, N S W
Ur bk J C Pfluijer, Woller. frmn Bremen
Am Yucht Tolna, Wichinan, from San
Am sobx C 8 -Holmes, Johnson, from l'ort
Am bk Matilda, Sweiiben, from Doparture
Am bktne KUkitat, Cutler, frtnii l'ort
The steamer Kinau will leave for Maui
and Hjuvall ut 2 o'clock to-morrow after
noon. The schooner Barah it Kliza, which left
yesterday morning for Lanai, was driven
Lack by bad weathcrund ro-enlered port lust
The engine on the hark Ucacon-Iielil
broke down yesterday. Mr. Harrison'. en
gine is doing the work of hoisting coal out
of her hold to-day.
The steamer Mikahala moved from lirew
er'n wharf to the I. 1. S. N. Co.'s wharf
this morning. The renovating process
to which she had been submitted is about
Word was brought b the Kinau to the
efleet that tho celiooner Ka Moi, on her
way from Hamakuu to Keoneoio, hail to
put back to the latter place for shelter, on
account of rough weather.
The bcbooncr Moi Waliinc will take a
well-boring machine toPiuuiilo, Humukuu,
this evening. The reported dry weather
along that coast probably lias Miiiielhiug
to do with tho Bending of the machine.
The Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch, ('apt
Drew, sailed for Han Fruncicco at noon to
day. She took one pa-uugcr and had (hit
following as cargo: .11 Hi bags sugar, F, A.
Bchaefer A' Co.; 5000 do., I. Brewer A Co.;
(1859 do., T. 11. Davies A- Co.; I piano, Mrs.
A. Fuller. The total quantity of ugar
taken were 15,002 hags, anil its aggregate
Weight was about 1,Y.'II,232 lbs. Dome-tic
Rooms to let with board at Hani
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
For New Silks and luanls' Out
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Touic. Ben8on,Smith & Co., Agent.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonin. Benson, Smit h k Co.,
Native Fans aud Island Cuhoh in
great variety at the Elite lee Cream
Dr, R. I. Moore, deutist, has re
moved his oflke to'Arlingtou Hnuso,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Goo. H.Hiiddy, D. D. S., ha
removed his otlieo from King street
to Beretauia street, uear Emma.
Cllll. IltltSKINU and J, .Mo.Mim.kin,
Piano Tuners and Teauhers, l'on
hallow House, Beretauia street. .Mu
tual telephone till, Lessons given
ou Piano for beginners and praeti
ual piano players, Tuning orders
will bo promptly attended to
ii.V ' l No 1,w Nm,B,IM
Tho monthly social of St. An- j
drow's Church Association will bo !
held in tho schoolroom ut 7;.'30
o'clock this evening.
Ton shares of stock in tho Wood
lawu Fruit Co., Ld., will bo sold by I
J. F. Morgan at auction at his sales
room at noon on Tuesday next.
Great expectations for the holi
days are awakened by tho Uptown
Bookstore's announcement. Wait
just until after tho arrival of the
Mr, A. W. Keoch has resigned front
the Board of Firo Commissioners on
account of broken faith in connec
tion with the appointment of the
Mr. L. C. Abloa, who met with an
accident a few weoks ago, has so far
improved as to bo out in a hack.
Mr. Abies uses a crutch after leav
ing the vehicle.
Reports wore in circulation this
noon that a new sailing master has
been appointed for the yacht Tolna,
but enquiry failed to verify the
truth of the rumor.
Mrs. Mary Juou, wife of ex-Captain
Jucn, died yesterday, at the age
of twenty years. The funeral took
place this morning from tho resi
dence, Beretauia streat.
A water pipe at Brewer's wharf, j
which has been broken by the ex- i
plosion tho other day, was nut in i
order again by Mr. Chas. Fox of the
Water Works this afternoon.
The charge of selling opium
against Ed. Dovauchello has been
nol. pros' d, as also that of Joe Fer
reira for intending to commit an
offense on bandsman Keough.
A Chinaman named Ah Sing alias
Ah Toug was arrested last night
with a tin of opium and a box of
lichee nuts. He was charged with
having opium unlawfully in posses
sion. "Mr. Howell's pot,'' which is the
name given by waterfront people to
tho new pile driver, seems to bo a
leaky and rickety concern, which has
to be kept up b' constant pumping.
One watorlrout man said this morn
ing that the "darned thing came
very near sinking yesterday.''
Admir.il Skorrett, accompanied by
his staff, called at tho British Lega
tion yesterday morning for tho pur
pose of taking a formal farewell of
the British Minister Resident. The
visit was returned by Major Wode
house at 10 o'clock this morning.
By request, the usual salute was dis
Attention is called to the sale of
household furniture at. tho Opfergolt
residence, Pauoa, to-morrow at 10
o'cloek a. m. The attention of lovers
of blooded stock is called to the sale
of the iinoyoung stallion "MeGiuty"
sired by tho celebrated Kentucky
stallion "Billy Thoruhill." For
further particulars see advertise
ment. The Fire Police Co. mot yesterday
evening in Hook & Ladder hall pur
suant to a call for a "divy" of the
defunct company's, fuuds. There
was a large attendance of members
anil each member was awarded jjlW.nU
as his share of the dividend. There
is still another amount of money in
vested to bo divided pro rata among
tho dilFereut companies of the late
Two well-known men about town
had a fistic encounter yestorday ou
King street near the entrance to the
Union Saloon. One accused tiie
other of having said uuplcnsaut
things about his wife. A denial
failed to satisfy the aggrieved hus
band, who therefore proceeded to
conquer a satisfaction. After some
sparring regardless of the rules, the
men were separated, but that is not
.supposed to bo the lat (if the feud.
An elderly native named Kahele
was beutonced to pay a line of .B1F0
by District Magistrate Robertson
to-day for selling swipe. Tho alco
holic strength of the liquor wan 0.77
percent. No little amusement was
caused by the exploding of the bot
tle during the trial. Counsel Kau
lia for defendant had asked Captain
Andrews whether the bottle exhi
bited in court was the identical one
which he bought oir Kahele, when
before he could answer tho cork
ilow out with a pop.
The !)ti-foot npar, loaned from the
Marino Hail way to assist .Mr. Me-
Dowall in his attempt to get tho
Miowora oil the reef was brought iu I
yestorday afternoon and left iu front j
bf Wilder A: Co.'s warehouse opposite j
the Kinau wharf. The spar showed
evidences of rough usage, as in one i
or two places dents are made into
the wood ami splinters are sticking
out all along its length. This morn
ing tho spar was removed to tho new
electric light building, where it will
bo used to assist in erecting the
Russia and Germany,
An interview with M. Wit to, Rus
sian Minister of Finance, obtained
at St. Petersburg, has been publish
ed iu Berlin. Iu il ho says the ex
istence of Germany aud Russia did
not depend upon a treaty of com
merce betweeu the two countries,
but the tariir war would certainly
result in considerable tension be
tweeu the two nations.
The Kentucky and Indiana bridge
property, bonded for S'J.tXKl.tXX), has
gone into the hands of a receiver
bocaiibo of default iu the interest ou
thu first mortgage bonds. The bridge
is owned by Louisville parlies.
of Mars wont to a native shanty,
nut. insicau oi kuockiuk at mo
frout door, he wont arouud to tho 1
rear and climbed through a window.
Tho noise ho mado attracted tho at
tention of the inmates, and a mau '
camo out. Novius was asked what
ho wanted, when he replied that ho
I was a soldier and belonged to tho
1 G. Tho owner of tho house told
him that being a P. G. soldier did ,
' not justify him in entering a private
I house. tNovins then began to lire
pillows and mattresses out of tho
window. Tho uative rushed at the
i intruder to stop his ravages, whon
Nevius whipped out a knife ami
mado a luuge at him. To save him
solf, the uative put up his arm,
catching the knife in his flesh bolow
the elbow. Tho cries of the man
attracted two other natives and one
named Peter Hookaiio wont to Iub
neighbor's aid, whon the P. G. guard
attacked him with the knife. Hoo
kaiio jumped back just in time, &b
the weapon iu descending cut into
his clothes on the left breast, juot
grazing the skin. Hookano then
grabbed Nevius by the back of tho
neck, and throwing him down bang
ed his head ou tho ground. Tho
i first man had in the meautimo gono
i for a policeman and when the officer
j arrived Novins was found held fast
' by strong arms to tho ground.
Nevius was taken to the Police sta
tion where he was charged with as-
sault ou Kamauuu with a deadly
i weapon. When seou this morning,
he had both eyes in deep mourning.
Nevins was sentenced to thirty
days' imprisonment at hard labor
! and to pay a tine of $2 by Judge
Robertson this afternoon. This de
cision was given after tho prosecut
ing attorney had consulted with the
commander of the regulars at the
AN ENGINEER OVERBOARD.
Rescued With a Rope and Guyed by
The Chinese engineer on board
Commodore Simouson's scow had a
narrow escape from drowning at the
I. I. S. N. Co.'s wharf Wednesday
evouiug. He thought that the scow
had got alongside the wharf, and
tho darkness of the night beguiling
him still further in this belief, he
stepped confidently out and fell
into the sea. Falling near the stern
he clung to the rudder, yelling like
a demon for assistance. A rope was
finally thrown to him and he was
hauled ashore, but ho was so fright
ened that he wouldn't let go the
rope after he found himself on terra
firiua. The commodore said that
his engineer is not the kind that
would easily let go a rope after he's
been overboard. As there was quite
a number of wahines fishing along
the wharf at tho time, the splashing
of tho water by the fall scared the
fish away, and in order to "get eveu"
with tho Chinaman for -his clumsi
ness, they started iu to toase him by
imitating his crj- for assistance.
Little Girl's Brains Dashed
by a Fall Down Stairs.
A three-year old native girl
with a fatal aecidont yestorday after
noon. She was playing in tho Arm
st ronjr building on King street near
tho Chinese Theatre, when she slip
ped and fell down a Might of stair.
In the fall, which was quite a dis
tance, it is believed she struck her
head against a piece of tin. The
skull was laid open by tho terrible
blow. When she was picked up un
conscious by persons who rushed to
the rescue, her brains were protrud
ing, aud the little thing expired
Another Leaning Pillar of "Christian
A recent towaway from the Coast,
wiioKe i;iuo miiuoj win nniuuu
by the passeugers, joined Co. E of
the National Guards for want of
something to live on. Last night
he had a glorious jag ou and was
picked up aud taken to the com
pany's quarters, but tho officers of
the "guard would not receive him.
The hackmau decided to take him
to the J'olice Station. He was lifted
from tho conveyance aud charged
Social and Banco.
r,. -will I, ivii I
h in in
Tho Sons of St. Geo
a social and dance at
next Monday evening. Tickets to
admit lady and gentleman, $UX), for
sale at Golden Rule Hazaar and Ash-1
worth's barber shop.
By Lewis J. Levey.
! M Q I I L! A I li"'
FltflAV, NoVKMHKH JJjtU,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At nu Saleinoiu, I ft HI
Mdll lit I'lllllill
mid TWKKDH In Knit
l'roulur, Uroeerlun, ete,
I AImi a clioli'ii lot of
WWR.JE3 AMD PLANTS I
I HoltbK, lirokeii to kuddln and haruenH,
Tha combination of excellent itomach
tonic In Hood's Sarsanarilla li such that.
with proper attention to diet, Indigestion '
and even the worst cases of dyspepsia ara
cured by this medicine. Head this:
"Having for tsvsral joari been greatly
troulilod with Indigestion, and having seen
Hood's Sarsapartlla advertlitd, I concluded to
(lv It a trial. To my happiness and great satis
faction I found It to lie the only remedy for this
complaint" Mrs. N. Fisrb, 425 deary Street,
Kan Francisco, CaL
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 25c
HOHKON, NEWMAN A (TO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
W. F. REYNOLDS. Prop.
To the Ladies oi
lluvii arrived ho an to enulilu
you to drx-ud them for Christ -
We can confidently aHHert
that a nicer and better .selected
Stock has not been offered in
There is a
j Real Hair BOtUeS !
All are ready for your in
spection. ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUA!
f the Wniiiiiae
Company, held tills
date, the followiiii;
eentfeiiien were duly eleelei
fief 'r the ensuhiK eiir:
H. A. Widemann .
led to nerve it ol-
U. N. Wilcox. Viee-rresldeiil.
'. O. Herder Beer tan nod Treiicurer.
.1. M. Don sett Auditor.
CO. HEItliKIt, Secretary.
Honolulu, Oct. :m, Is'i'i, Mks-U
Notice to Tenants!
f TVTOTIOK 18 HKUBIIY (SIVKN TO AM
J 11 penioiih lIviiiKai-leiianti-ciii IiukIk Iw
loiiRiiii;to the l'uueol the lute King Kuht
knnn, as well us on land tieloneinj; to the
underfi;ned and those of David Kauaua
nak on and J. Kalaulannole, for which ar
rane,enieiitM have heen niiide lietween them
and Mr. J. I'aakaula, that imyment of
rent iniiBt liorenfler he niade to me uri-on-ally.
When iimkio payment it ib re
iiubtcd that leuaiilH hrlni; copies of ihelr
leae and the last receipt received by
them. It ii alno the nixh of the under
NiKiiod to meet and confer with teiuuilN on
the llrntilay of ever) moiitli for id iiiouiln-,
liCKlnnlni; October in, IMl't, mill endiiiK
April HI, 1WU.
O" Olllco at liomiakahn.
Honolulu, Oct, in, iS'i'l. '.vnm
Aiioiivh t-I,w am Norlii I'riu.ii.
,S'o, l'J Kaahiliiiaiin hi.
perfectly solid Inside of twenty
Forms a duruhli
uiiil elu tie, not a brlt-
ltetailis U gloss lunger than any other
' Heists the action of acids and alkalies
i better than any other oil.
. Flows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With tho addition of Litharge, .Ields a
hard surface, suitable for lloors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigment ground in
oil in pate form
; Brings out the real shades of the colors
I and keeps them unaltered.
I In a solvent for the most delicate of the
new conl lar colors.
Adtled to varnish greatly improves the
working of the varnish.
Does not dnrken white lead or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Hetpiires one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and it will
greatly improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine. '
tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
Uce Luroi. in every respect in the
same maimer as vou would linseed
oil, with the single exception (hue you
may add fully one-quurter mure l.i:-
; col. to tho Mime quantity of pigment
than you would of lineed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, mid other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the paint at least
. one day before it is to he used, then
add a thiid mure Ltiooi. and the paint
1 will be found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NEVER USE JAPANS.
Where hard surfaces such as floois,
! steps, etc., are required use litharge
! only, nevei Use Japans.
LUCOL MIXES WITH VAIt-
and assists their working and un
! proves their appearance iu"r tiiky
I SHOULD UK USED SAMK DAY TIIKY AKK
MlXKD, olherwie the gum of the var
1 nith may he precipitated or the mix
The addition ol from J u A of Lu
I coi. to varnishes does not reduce their
j hi -t re nor let aril their hardening and
I drying and it prevents their cracking.
iWM.fi. IRWIN 4 CO.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
To Let or Lease.
UVO UNKUUNIBHEl) ItOOMS AND
Kitchen ut W'-i l'ort .Street. N.!)-lw
ROOMS TO LET.
VO Ft'KNISHKI) KOOMS KOK (JKN-
tlenifii at Nil 4 Gimk'U I.une. Ni'Jtf
KW HOU8K OK FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with tSiUlirooin, pat
ent w. C. etc. CuiiiinamlH
one of the fluent views iu Honolulu. Ajiiil;
to (177-tfi J. M. V1VAH.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VAI.UAJII.E I'IKCKK OK
t iiiiiruvil Property, lociitei!
in iHUerum parts of the
Honolulu; nil Imrnnin.i,
for full particuluri to
. J. CAH
U1E KEBIDKNOB AND
tier's Avennu. hulow Lunu-
III,. U,l,. ....,1 .... .w.l lit.
Iiiw iiuiiiu, uiiii ur ut i try "ibaw-
the underl;iiel, in for eule on ailvautiiKe
oilh ternis. Apply to
Ml 2ni At W. 8. I.nee. Meri'luuil Ht.
Real Estate Agency,
No. 610 Fort Stroot.
I Houhb on
I iloiihe on
(ieriuanla Htreet $2(1 er i
Kniiua fiijimre- f If, per
1 btore under the "Arllnlon.'
I Hlore on NutiAliu utreel.
'1 Hoiiscb on Jleretunlu atrect.
i lloiiNeH on Kurt Htreet.
House and iot no Keretauin street near
I'eiihncola. Uit ISUO feet fronliiK" &nd
UU feel deep.
Several Deairafole Keldeiiees at tlriil
I lteldeiice on llermaula itreel.
(i. K. IIOAKDMAN.
i OOOI) J'.WlNli llUhlNKhft, WIJI.I.
I entabliblicd and eeiitrally liu'iilcd.
l'or iurliciibir iiniiilni of
(I. K. IIOAIMIMAN,
Nil tm 6in Kurt Mrcut.
DltAfl NO. .pin, DltAW.N 11V lil'.o.
Armstrong ou the MhiWterof I'luaiu'c
for the .tun of f.Vi.un b;ts been lo. ilic
riniler will oblige by returning 'imie to
Then, II. Ilavlen A I'o. I'uymenl ttoptwd.
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,"
BS30 IF'ort. Street, Honolulu.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN KXTKNhlVK AaMOItTMKNT OK
j Bedroom Sails, g&J
' di fl B
ir-HPv-i mvc rZTTTjfi. : 3rT .17771
gfefar-SSSss ?i s
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SKCOND-HAN1) OK D.VMAOK1) GOODS KKl'T ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
HKI.l, TEI.EI'HONK 626. -m 1 MUTUAL TELEPHONE (Mi.
3S. S. LE3VY
75 FORT STREET
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT T1IK KA.MOl'H HTOUK OK
IF1. EHLBRS &c GO.
BO Bz S 1 1 FORT STR.BJB3T.
Canton Wash Fa-lorios !
A liaiidnome 'itton Kabric. New btyles this sca-on, the efl'eeth are lac-siiiiilen of I'hiim
8III:, to ml tlniiii means to appreciate them.
Bilk liiiiah jnl out real French designs are tiie lineet and the cruio of the 3aou.
Cashmere Su.lolim.es SO Cents Ya,r3. 1
One of the li.iii'lsoinest Wash Materiah thin beacon entirely new anil
tor the price ban no equal.
"White Hjawxis a.iaci IDirxiity I
In Plain, btr!H'd and Cheeked In reat variety.
tar Dresimuklng Under the Managemout ot MRS. 11ENNER. Jt)
Royal Insurance Company
aThe Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Klrc ilukhon all kinds of Insurance Property taken at I'nrreut ltlk li
J. S. -WjUIElFi,
Agml for t,r IUmMImi InUlliti,
of New Goods !
lEtc, Etc., Etc.