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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KltOM AND Al'TKR JUNK 1. twi3.
To P.wv Mux.
Leuve 1'iurl CJIty .
Anlve Ewn Mill.
Leave Bwa Mill....
Lenvc Pearl City...
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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10m. p. in.
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Honolulu tlmti, lilcli l tliu sumo as 12h. Oni.
On. of Uiccnulcli time.
TUB DAILY BULLET!
FRIDAY, NOV. .!, 1893.
Fiiiiiav, Nov. 3.
Btmr Pole from Kauai
Btmr Kaalu from Wuiauae
Schr Kauikeaouli fiom Waianne
Kbihw, Nov. .'1.
btmr Kinnu for I.alinina, Maalaea, ilake
na, Muliukoua, Kawaihac, Laupuhou
tioa, Hakalau, Honomii, Poliakumunu,
Popeekoo, Onomeu, Papuikou and llilo
at 2 p in
Schr Moi Witliinc for Koliulu and Koholu
For Maui and Hawaii, per "tmr Kinnu,
NoV 3 For Volcano. O A Warner, Mrs
Hewitt. HW uilo unit way puns: miss
Twn, Mis M J Forlie, J 1' Parker and
wife, W Goodale, B II Oiflnrd, T Wold.
Rev E Lewis, R Callendar, Jus Love, C
Kaiser, H )V Mist, O K Kerupster, JIra 8
Nowlein, child and servant, 11 F Lauge,
Luni Hint; and wife, and about 3o deck.
Vessels in Port.
UBS Philadelphia, llarkcr, from fallno,
USS Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
S B Miowera. Stott, from Svdney
Aui bgtne W G Irwin, Wiltiuiuh, fiom Sun
Haw bk R P Ritbet, Morrlou, from San
Br schr Norma, Macquarric, from Yoko
hama Am schr Robert Lexers, from Port Gam
ble Am schr Transit, Jorc,ensen, from San
Am schr Aloha, Dahcl, from Sun Fran
cisco Hawu bk It P Ritbet, Morrii-on, from San
Nor ship lioucoimlleld, llastiuusen, from
Newcustle, N S W
Gr bk J C Fllugor, Wolters, from Bieincu
Am Yacht Tolna, Wichmaii, from San
Am schr C S Holmes, Johnson, from Port
Am bk Matilda, Sueusen, from Departure
Am bktno Klikitat.
Cutler, from J'ort
The schooner Aloha will leave for San
Francisco on Tuesday next.
The donkey engine at the 1. 1. 8. N. Co.'r.
wharf is being overhauled.
The bark R. P. Rithet was hauled on the
Marine Railway this morning.
The 1-musted nuliooner Robert Luwers,
lying in naval row, is being repainted.
The 4-masted schooner Transit is still
uwalting her tuni for sugar at the old cus
tom house wharf.
New yards for the German bark J. ('.
Ffluger are being made by Messrs. Soreu
ion k Lyle at tbo Uslmiarfcet wharf.
The schooner Moi Wahino left for Ha
mnkuu this morning. Her departure yes
terday was deferred on account of rough;
The dredge is hard at" work on the lock
atlliewer's wharf. At Intervals her powei
ful engine would stop us the knife came
into contact with the hard material under
Rooms to let with board at Hani
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith At Co.'s.
For Now Silks and InfautH' Out
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Suuburu relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Boiihoii, Smith & Co.,
Native Fans and Island Curios in
great variety at the Elite lee Cream
Dr. R. I. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his ollico to Arlington IIoiiho,
Hotel Btre)t Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Goo. ll" Huddy, D. D. S has
removed his ollico from King M reet
to uorotnuia street, near binina,
Clin. Hkii.ski.nij and J. Mu.Mi:i:ki.n,
l'iniio Tuners and Teachers, 1'en
hullow House, Boreli.nin Htreei, Mu
tual tolophonu fill. Lessons given
on Piano for beginners uud practi
cal piano players. Tuning orders
rrlll bo promptly attouded to.
tiOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A cottngo is wanted.
Macadamizing Alakoa street, be
tween Hotel and King streets, has
Diamond Head, l p, m. Weather
j clear, wind light oast; steamer I'elo
! '20 miles west.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker return
ed to their homo at Waimea by the
Kinau this afternoon.
R"v. Erie Lewis loft for Maui by
the Kinau this afternoon, intending
to return early next week.
The gear for erecting the smoke
stack at the new electric building
was put up this afternoon.
Mrs. Howitl and
O. A. Warner
the Kinau for
wore passonuors bv
the Volcano this aftoruoou.
The raeo for the Melbourne Cup
will take place in the Colonies on
Tuesday next. "Camoola" is the
The toads imported to war on in
sect posts aro reported b Commis
sioner Marsdon to be in a thriving
condition with excellent appetites.
The November uuuibor of the
Friend has less politics than usual,
with consequently more matter ger
mane to the original objects of the
The Planters' Monthly for Octo
ber is out, late on account of the
absence abroad of Mr. H. M. Whit
ney, editor. Its contents are of
much practical interest.
Mr. J. N. S. William, for many
years in tho machinery business
here, who was a Noblo of '92, is now
in tho West Indies in tho interest of
D. Stewart & Co. of Great Britain.
The local minstrel troupe which
was reported in the Bulletin about
a mouth ago is begiuuiug to got a
move ou, and if nothing happens an
entertainment will be given before
In tho event of tho arrival of His
l?.Yra11nmv Afinfatnr Willis hv l.lio
Australia tho P. G. band will givV. a
complimentary concert at tho Ha
waiiau Hotel, Saturday eveniug,
Nov. 4th, at 7:30.
The last lot of tho Japanese immi
grants went by the steamer Kinau
this afternoon. There wore TiG men
and 13 women for Oiioinea Sugar
Co. and 2 men for the lliuuuula
Thow Choy, the Chinese merchant
who was caught by Ollicer Stouo
after he came oil" tho steamship
Oceanic with four tins of opium in
his clothing, has again been re
manded until Wednesday next.
Mr. W. Goodale, formerly of Maui,
who has been traveling abroad fur
the most part several years, loft for
Papaikou, Hawaii, by the Kinau. He
will take up his abode at that place
with Mr. W. W. Goodale, his son.
A nt one, the Portuguese who struck
a native on tho head the other day
near Brewer's wharf, was sentenced
in the District Court to-day to pay
a iiue of and be imprisoned
twenty-four hours, for assault with a
A horse attached to a hack be
longing to the Fashion stablos ran
away on the Waikiki road yesterday
afternoon, smashing tho shafts of
the vehicle. Although the animal
fell, it sustained no iujury, and tho
driver was unhurt.
loela Kahiuu and a number of
others were arrested by Captain
Hookann and posse this afternoon
on Liliha street for running a eho fa
game. Kahiuu, who is supposed to
be tho banker, when searched at the
Police Station was found possessed
of two che fa cards.
This morning tho tug Eleu lowed
a scow containing the 5-ton anchor,
brought from San Francisco by
Capt. Metcalfe, to the Miowera.
Two out of the three anchors em
ployed heretofore in keeping the
stranded stonier from being driven
farther on the reef were taken up,
and the 5-ton anchor placed in their
Handicraft is out again. It gives
the news of Kamehameha Schools
very fully. Mention is made of
many former scholars who have
gained good positions in town ami
country. Four now labor-saving
machines have been added to the
machine shop at an expense of S10."7
aside from the cost of transporta
tion and erecting.
Work on tho engine of the new
pile driver has been somewhat re
tarded by reason of Mr. Farnsworth's
engagements on tho tug Eleu. The
tug wout out to tho Miowera this
morning ami ilid not return until
about noon, and this afternoon she
wout out again to bring in the an
chors that were displaced by the
livo-tonnor thn morning.
POLICE FENCING EXEKCIBE.
Captain Parkor is tho Champion of
There wero fencing matches in tho
Police Stntiou yard this morning
botweon Captain Parker, who is in
structor of the force, Lieutenant
Koalakai, Turnkey Osmer and Clerk
James Thompson, only a favored few
witnessing, The matches wore in
teresting and ended finally in a
match between Captain Parker and
Osiner, The latter was disarmed,
his sabre Hying in the air in the
twinkle of an eye. Captain Klem
ino, of the mounted patrol, who
poses as an expert with the stick,
will bo Captaiu Parker's next oppo
nent. Says an onlooker of this morn
ing, who has been a witness of the
performance of both men, "Kleinuie
in drilled to mounted oivalry tactics
and Parker to infantry. While
lvlemme is wielding his stick to
strike, Parkor can cut him two or
tli roe tiinu.s." Much admiration is
accorded Captain Parker fur the
way ho luuu the stick.
MAKES HIS OWN LAW.
A native polico oflicer uninod Kau
alii camo down to tho Polico Station
yesterday evening in his undorcloth- i
ing and reported to Captain Lang
loy that his apartments had been (
nailed up by Achow, his Chinese i
landlord, and that ho could not got '
his clothes. Tho ofh'cor told tho fol
lowing story: Ho had j?ouo out
about noon yesterday, leaving his
wife and family at homo. When he
returned about (5 o'clock in the ovon-"
ing ho found his family out on tho
road, and was informed by them
that the door of his room had boon
nailed up by the landlord for his
being $3 in arroars for rout. Tho !
man s family could not got anything I
to oat, as everything thoy owned I
was in tho room. The othcer had .
$25 also in a trunk. Kauahi had to
report for duty in theevouing, hence i
his calling at the station.
Captain Langley, on hearing tho
story, promptly wont to the placo at
Leloo and requested Achow to draw
tho nails. The Chinaman did not
require any further persuasion, and
was paid ?3 from tho 125 tho man
had locked up in tho room. It was
a matter of revenge with the China
man, as it is reported that the officer
''pulled in'' some of his friends,
hence his nailing up of the room
without notification, as the law re
quires. In connection with tho
above Kauahi has brought a suit for
$100 damages against Achow. A
recent judicial decision warned land
lords to be very careful thev did not
go beyond the law in looking after
THAT MYRTLE RACE.
Notwithstanding: a Diaputo It Will
The six-oared boat race between
'Greonhand" members of the Mj'r
tlo Boat Club will take placo
at -1:30 o'clock to-morrow afternoon
in tho harbor. The race, which is
for a supper at the Arlington, has
caused some amount of speculating
auioui' tno MyrtieB, as it win uo a
race for blood. The agreement be
tween W. Harris and J. Wright, who
aro captains of the respective crows,
made on Saturday last, was that no
member who has pulled in a senior
race will be allowed. It has tran
spired that Capt. Wright has sub
stituted Crozier, who pulled in the
championship race, for hia brother,
hence a kick. Wright claims that
ltuby Dexter and W. Harris have
rowed in senior races, and that Capt.
Harris having tho better boat Alice
M. there should be uo discrepancy.
Anyhow, tho forfeit money is up,
and both crews will come up to the
lino for a raco around the Spar buoy.
Judge Robertson will act as judge
and starter. Following are the
Alice M. Ruby Dexter, stroke;
AVilliam Harris, captaiu; Petrie, Gil
bert, W. Lyle, N. Halstoad.
Stranger Geo. Harris, stroke;
Johnny Wright, captaiu; Willie
Wilder, Percy Lishmau, Croier, E.
Co. A Moving to Erect a Monument
to D. Xi. Huntsman.
Tho members of Co. A, Captain
Zieglor, have had under cousidera
tiou for tho past few months the
erection of a tombstone over the
grave of the late D. L. Huntsman,
who fell by the hands of C. A. Her
ring, now serving a seutenco of ten
years in prison for manslaughter.
After the drill at the barracks yes
terday evening tho matter was dis
cussed over two kegs of beer, and it
was found that there was about S70
in cold cash of the company's funds
left from the funeral expenses of the
deceased. A committee consisting
of J. Einnieluth, Carter and Fritz
Rowald was elected to make ar
rangements for selecting a suitable
stone. It is proposed, and it is the
desire of tho members of tho com
pany, that the monument be made
Mr. E. W. Holdsworth has favored
us with a perusal of Tho Warrimoo
Gazette and Pacific Herald. It is in
tho form of a pamphlet of 24 pages
with a cover. Tho contents are a
humorous record of tho latest voyairo
of tho Warrimoo from Vnucouver to
Sydney. Honolulu is referred to ou
every page, almost, and this group
is referred to thus, "If a more charm
ing spot can be found under heaven,
it Tias jot to bo named." Tho fol
lowing is the opening stanza of a
What greater joy could be porlrnjed,
When all N calm and gay,
Thiui in my lint to bu convex ed,
And in my last to sta V
The answer shows "my first" to bo
"Warrimoo," and "my last" "Hono
lulu." Tho journal was published
iu manuscript parts on the voyage,
which wore preserved and on arrival
at Sydney printed in this ueat form.
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
House & Lot
loll SALE AT MU'TION.
, On WKOXKSDAY, Xnv. lf
1 A'l IU O'CLOCK NOON,
.A.T MY S.AXjH1SR,OOM
I U'll hl'.l I Al 1'UIU.M M THIN '
I The House and Lot!
! Hlliiiileil at tin corner ol Mctciilf and
Uiick, Hill Slreif, .Million.
' Size o Lot 200x300, Area 1,36-100 Acrts
1 house, hlable
I Willi r laid ou.
lias 1 Huoins, 'iuiir, onk
itnd CairhiKi' House, mid
tW TElt.Mh CASH !
Lewis J, Levey,
I lOU-Ul AUOTIONKKlt.
Mr. David H. Jordan
of EdmMton, N. Y.
Colorless, Emaciated, Helpless
A. Complete Our bv JIOOD'B
Thl3 is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and one of tho most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
" Fourteen years ago I had an attack of the
travel, and have, aluoo been troubled with mjr
Llvor and Kidneys
gradually growing worse. Three years ago I
got down 10 low that I could cnrtelf walk.
I looked more llko a corpso thnn a llTlng being.
T ,..wl ... annatlla ntwl far flVA WAAltl I MI0
noihlnu but ui-nt-l. I was badly emaciated
llood's Barsniurllla was rocomraended and I
tiitht I wnulrt try it. noiore nau iinuucu
the first botllo I notkd that I felt ueuer. but-
'amiI In., thn Inilnmnlftllaa of thO bld
derhadsubildrii, tho color began to roturn .to
my face, and I brgnn to feel hnagn. After
I bad taken Uuoo bottles I oould eat anything
without butting me. Why, I got bo hungry
that I had to eat 5 times a day. I bare now
fully rocoTOtcd, thanks to
I feel Trell nnd am well. All who know
me marvel to sea mo so well." I. M. JoitDAK.
H OOD'8 PlLLB he bei t after-dinner PUli,
uilit dilution, cure headache and bUlootniu.
HOBItON, NEWMAN & CO.,
AppntH for Hawaiian IMaiidx.
"W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
To the Ladies of
Have arrived no uu to
yon to dress thiMii for
We can confidently assert i
that a nicer and better selected j
Stock has not been offered in
There is a Beautiful Linn
Real Hair Dolls !
All are ready for your in
spection. ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING 01'
tliu MoelvlmlilcrH of tliu Wiilitnuo
Cnmimii, held this ilittc, lh- following
Kt'iitfiiinuii wito duly flouted to servo at of
ficer for tliu eiiiuliiK i"ir:
II. A. Wldi'iiiunii I'rHxIdent.
. N. Wilcox. Vlcti-I'ri'iiilent.
('. O. Herder Kt'cMury unit TreiiHiiror.
.1. M. Poubi'tt Auditor.
Honolulu, Oct. 'Sil, Is'U. Mis-lu
Notice to Tenants!
NOTICE IS Hi:iti;ilY(IIVENTO ALL
purNotis 11 vini; n" tuiiautHon lauds he
loiiKlliKto the Estate of the lulu King Knlu
haiiH, ii Mull us on luuds IieloiiL'iiiK to the
uuderAi.'iieil and thosn of David Kauaun.
nakoa mid .1. Kalaiiiimnolii, for which ar
raiiK incuts have been made bet con them
mid Mr. J. I'lnikaula, that payments of
rent niUHl hereafter be made to me perfou
ally, When inakliic, iav incut It is re
quested that tenunts brini; copies i.f their
leiihi's nuil the last receljit received by
tliem, It is aln'i the wish of the uiid-r-
1 hl;iii'il to meet and confer with tenants ou
the llrstt davof nver mouth for six mouths,
bcj'innliiK 'October In, IMH, ami Kliiip:
I A pi II HI, Ih'll.
ttr Ollliv in HiimiakHlia.
' Honolulu, Oct. Ill, IttiM. -. jil-1 in
A I lnllN r l l.W I.MI NnlMI I'l'l'l.li.
.So, I 'J KauliuiiiHiiuril,
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly solid inside of twenty
Forms a dunthle
ind eluti(t, not a hrlt-
Retains hn gloss longer tban imv other
He-dots the action of uolds and alkalies
better tluiu any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run-
nlng mid spreads well.
I With the addition of Litharge, iulils a
hard surface, suitable for lloors, steps, etc.
.Mixes readily with pigment ground In
I oil in paste form.
Brings out the real shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar eulors.
Added to varnish gr
working of the varnish.
Does not darken white lend or au dell
Has greater body than nnj other oil.
Heipilres 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.
By actual tests, hits outlasted the best
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
Ut-e Lucoi. in every respect in the
same manner ns you would linseed
oil, with ih single exception thucyou
may add fully ono-quartur mure I.u
roi, to tho stime quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian led, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the paint at lcut-t
one day before it is to bo used, then
add u thiid mere Lttcui. uud the paint
will he found to cover well uud have
.1 good gloxs.
NliVKK USK JAPAN'S.
Where hard surfaces Mich as lloors,
steps, etc., lire required use lithaige
only, never use Jupuus.
LUCOL MIXES WITH
itml assists their working and im
proves their appearance but thky
SHOULD I1K ITSKI) HAMK DAY THKY AUK
MiXKD, otherwij'e the gum of the vur-uit-li
may be precipitated or the mix
The addition of from to of l.u
i:oi, to viiiuishei' dues not reduce their
lu-trc nor retard their burdening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Agents for the Hawaiian islands
To Lot or Lease.
V() UNKUKSISHKl) ItOOMS AND
Kitchen at llKI Fort titreot. Si,!l-lw
ROOMS TO LET.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS KOK (SEN
X tleiuen at Nu. 4 Harden l.nnu.
EW HOUSE OK FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with llatlirooui, pat
ent W. U.. etc. CoimnaudB
I one of the tlneat viiin Honolulu. Apply
! to 1477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
I 7 VALUAULE PIECE OF
I improved Property, located
i in dlllureiit purtsof the City of
Honolulu; all bargain. Applj
for full nurtictilaiH to
Hltl'CE A- A. J. OAKTWHIGHT.
THE RESIDENCE AND
L Lot situated on Wil
(ler'd Avenue, below Luua
lllo Home, and owned bv
the uuder-ugiied, is for sale on advantage
ous terms. Appi y to
Wl .'2m At W, H. I.iti-H, Merchant St.
Real Estate Agency,
1 House on
1 House ou
(Icriniinla street f'JU per
Emilia Square f!A pur
1 Store under tliu "Arlington.
1 Store on Nuitaim street.
'i Houses ou lleretauia street,
2 Houses on Fort street.
House and t
on ileretaula street near
Ixit JUU feet frontage and
I IU feet deep.
Several Desirable Keuldence at
I Residence on Oermuula street.
A HOOD I'AYINO IMlHINKhn, WELL
estalilislied and ccntrall lis'iited.
For piiriiiulars liuiuire of
ti. E. IIOAISDMAN,
Wiii-lni .Mil Kort strict.
1 HAPI' NO. Nil.
DIIAW.S II Y ii:o.
XJ Arnistruliniin the .Miiil.terof 1 lliuuc.i
fur the sum of (.Vl.Ui has been lost. The
Under villi oblige !)' returning same to
Tlieo. 11. Davlet A o. Payment atopiHid,
" POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,"
BBQ Fiort. Slroot, Honolulu.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN KXTKNIVE AhbOU'l'MKNT OK
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO BKCOND-HAND OK DAMAGBD GOODS KEPT ON HAMl
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotnl Street, oppo. Bethel Street
HKU, TELKPHONE 52.1. -ffc mr MUTUAL TELEPHONE (H5.
75 JPOPLT STREETS;")
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARRED IN THE WINDOW.
AT THK PA.MOU8 STORK OF
IB. :F iEIHIXilEIRS &; GO.
BOS it 511 PORT STK.B3B3T.
OetrLton. Wash ElEtTDrios !
A liandsouie Cotton Fuliriu; New btyles thin season, the effects are fac-slmlles of China
Silks, to '(' them menus to appreciate them.
:&.AJR.TX S-ATEIEILSrS !
Silk lluisli just out, real Krenuh desif-us are the liuest and the craie of the season.
Oashmere Su.Tolimes SO Oents "STarcA I
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this season entirety new and
for the price lias uo eiiual.
"WTnite Lawns and Diinity lv
In Plain, Strlxi! and Checked In ureal variety.
W Dreasniaklng Dnder the Manarjemenl ol HRB. RBNNER. Jftl
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
tmr- Klre rlsksnn all kinds of Insurance Properly taken at Current Risks b
vw Airml for ili MhwaIUm Ulitul
of New Goods !
Etc, Etc., Etc.