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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1. 1NI3.
for thN port nlnu European cnbln passen
gers anil 110 Chineso steerage, and SA Kuro
nean cabin and 88 stcoraKC lor Ban Fran
cisco. The China left Uongkoiig-bn Octo
lior 17th, and was dotnl nod at okohauia
imoilnyon account of had weather leav
ing that port for Honolulu on October 23th.
About 101 tims of cargo catno for this port
and 14A7 tons for San Francisco. Shu sail
ed again for Snn Francisco at 10 o'clock
this morning, taking loven cabin pas-cn-guru
and no freight from this port.
SONS OF ST, GEORGE SOCIAL.
To Kwa Mm
Leave Honolulu 8:45
Leave Pearl City 9:0
Anlve EwuMtll 0:5"
O. B. B.
A.M. A.M. P.M.
heave Kwa Mill 0:21 10:43 .1:43
Leave l'carl City 0:55 11:15 4:15
Arrive Honolulu.... 7:30 11:55 4:65
A. Saturdays only.
C. Sundays excepted.
D. Baturuays excepted.
Tides, Sun and Moon,
by e. .1. l.YONH.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, l p. m. Weather
cloudy, wind light north.
The inmates of thn Lunnlilo Homo
daily on joy a rido iu n wagouotto.
Tho Hulomua libol case was con
tinued this morning in tho District
Court until Nov. Oth.
A morry-go-round will bo sold at
auction by Jas. F. Morgan at noou
of Thursday. Soo advt.
Tho thoroughbred stallion Me
Giuty will bo sold at auction by
James F. Morgan on Saturda'. Nov.
U. S. Ministor Willis roturnod tho
call of Admiral Skorrott and suite
yesterday afternoon, rocoiving a
salute on rotiriug.
Throe casas for drunkenness ap
peared before District Magistrate
Robertson this morning. One after
another thoy pleaded guilty, and
were reprimanded and discharged.
Mr. Jos. Victor, proprietor of the
merry-go-round, has engaged the
services of tho Quintot Club, Jr., to
entertain visitors to that resort with
instrumental and vocal music on
New moon on the 8th, nt 2h, 2iiin. 11 111.
Thuu Whlstlo blows lit Hi. 2dm. aid. p.m. ot
Honolulu time, which Is the sumo at fill. U111.
01. of Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, NOV. 7, 1893.
MONIIAY, Nov. I).
Stnir O R BUhop from -Waialua, Waiarmo
Tueshay, Nov. 7.
Stmr V O Hall from Hawaii anil Maui
TlTCbllAY, XoV. 7.
S 8 Ohinu, Ward, for San Francisco
Am 4-masted sehr Aloha, Dahul, for Sau
Stmr Claudiue for Kahului, Keanae, Hana,
Hamoa, Kipahulu, Nuu, l'aauhau, Ku-
kaiau and Ookala at 5 p 111
Stin r Kaala for Waianae, Waialua, Moku
leiu, l.uio, Kahuku and l'unaluu at It
Stmr lwulaui for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Blcele,
Makaweli, Waimea and Kekaba at 5 pm
Stmr Mlkahala for Nawiliwili, Hunnnia-
uln, Koloa and Kleele at 5 p 111
Stmr Pelo for Makaweli at 3 p in
Vossels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr C H BHiop for Nawiliwili, Hnnuina
ulu, Kilauea, .Knlihiwai and Hanalei
ut 4 p in
Stmr Waialeale for Lahaina, Kukuihaelc
and Honokaa ut 9 a m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr W G Hall 4000 bags sugar, 107 bugs
sugar, 230 bags awa, 'JO hides, 28 head
cattle, 2 horses, 60 hogs and 75 pkgs
The Chiuoso immigrants by the
S. S. China numbering 108 were
landed in quarantine yestorda' even
ing. Two presented defective per
mits and in consequence wero re
fused a lauding. Thoy wero sent on
to Sau Francisco.
Tho steamer W. G. Hall, when
passing Kaalualu, Kau, on her way
down, picked up a stray buoy with
about fifteen fathoms of chain at
tached. The buoy, which was thick
ly covered with barnacles, was
brought along to this port.
Tho steamer W. G. Hall arrived
from Maui and Hawaii this after
noon, l'ost master-General Oat, E.
W. Fuller, Kev. E. Lewis, Uov. Mr.
Callender, Miss Blanche Coruwell,
and Mrs. S. Nowlein and child wero
among the list of her passengers.
A horse attached to a lumber
wagon belonging to Wilder & Co.'s
lumber yard ran away on the water
front this morning. Frank Forreira
was again to tho front iu the matter
of stopping runaways. He brought
the horse to a standstill opposite
the Kinau wharf, after it had col
lided with a buggy. Forreira sus
tained some slight scratches.
A young Hawaiian returned yes
terday on the S. S. China after an
eleven mouths' visit to Yokohama.
He had previously resided in Vic
toria, B. C, from which place he
went to the Oriunt. The young fel
low became stranded in the latter
place and decided to come home.
Having come as steerage passenger
ho will have to go into quarantine
along with the Asiatic immigrants.
Tho Sons of St. Goorgo gave an
other of their popular socials and
dances in tho K. of P. hall, Fort
street, yesterday ovoning, which
about forty couples attended. Thore
wore just ouough present to make it
comfortablo, and to judge by tho
many smiling faces, it was ovidont
all enjoyed themselves. Tho hall
was decorated for tho occasion, tho
British and American flags folded in
1 embraco boitiff huntr over tho dais,
while at the opposite ond was tho
name of tuo ordor, "aons 01 at.
Goorgo," in red lottors on a whito
After lodge business was ovor,
which was about 8 o'clock, a baud of
iivo string instruments struck up
music for dancing and lovors of tho
fantastic engaged in tho whirl while
the more sedate looked on. At 10
o'clock a halt was called and every
one rotirod to the ante-room, whore
refreshments in tho shape of ice
cream aud a variety ot cakes and
sandwiches wero served.
Resuming tho danco, it was kept
up uutu alter mtduignt. At tno
conclusion "Auld Lang Syne" was
sung witn coupled bands, it was
realty a greatly enjoyed affair, aud
those who woro fortunate enough
to attond last night's social are
wishing for tho next one to come,
when they all expect to be thero.
The management of the entertain
ment was good, and t he members of
the Sons of St. George deserve
credit, not only for the good man
agement of this particul r social,
but for keeping up these entertain
ments at iutervals, which agreeably
break the monotony of Honolulu s
IS THE BEST
Mrs. A, A, WUUama
For the Good of Others
Rev. JUT. WtlUam Ueartllv En
doriei ITood's SartaparUla.
We are pleased to present this from
Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Sillsbeo
afreet Christian Church, Lynn, Mass. :
" T lee no reason hy 1 clergyman, more than
a layman, who knowt whereof he ipeaki,
should hesitate to approve an
Artlolo of Merit
and worth, from which he or hli famllr hare
been signally oenenieo, ana wnoio couuuuuun
tJon may servo to extend thoso boneQts to
solid Inildi' of twenty
unit ela,tic, nut .1 hrit-
thelr confidence. My wife
en a aunerer irom severs
othera by Increasln:
has for many years
Nervous Hoadaohe '
for which the found little help. She has tried 1
many things that promised, woll but per
formed littlo. Last fall a f 1 lend gave her a hot
tie of Hood's Harsnparllla. It seems surpris
ing what simply ono bottle conld and did do
for her. TI10 attacks of headache decreased In
number and were less violent In thqlr Inten
sity, while her general health has been lm
proved. Her appetite has also been hotter.
From our experience with I
I have no hesitation In endorsing itaj serits."
A. A. Williams.
HOOD'8 PILL8 arth bit fimlly catharUs,
fsntUaBdefUctlT. Try a box. Pries 2Jo
HOBKON, NEWMAN & CO., ,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Forms u durable
' tie coating.
1 Hutalns its glo.fi longi'r than any other
I Hcststs the notion of acids and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well,
With the uddltion of Litharge, yields a
hard surface, sultahlo for lloors, stepi, etc.
' Mixes readily with pigments ground in
oil In paste form.
Brings out the real shades of the colors
and keops them unaltered.
I Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
1 greatly Improve the
This Space is Reserved
Announcement of New Goods !
N. S. SACHS'
-OK Tl IK-
SOMETHING LIKE A OBOWD.
Groat Turnout of the People to Hoar
the National Band.
It would bo putting it mildly to
saj that a large crowd of people
assembled to hoar tho compliment
ary concert given bv tho Hawaiian
National Baud at the Hawaiian Ho
tel last evening in honor of tho Am
erican Minister, Hon. Albert S. Wil
lis. The concourse was unsurpassed
by an- similar gathering heretofore,
not ouiy in point 01 nuiuuors uui hi
its orderly behavior. It was esti
mated that not less than 4000 people
wore present. Tho spacious ground
was literally packed, while the .hotel
verandah was fairly crowded. Long
before the hour sot down for the
commencement of the concert every
available seat on the grounds was
occupied, while on every side for a
distance around tne Dana Btana
nothing could be seen but a sea of
animated aud enthusiastic faces.
The band boys never played better,
and thoir playing iu ovory instance
was hailod by loud shouts of joyous
acclamations, thoy often responding
to importunate demands for encore.
Truly life in Hawaii would be dull
indeed without the National Band,
and strangers visiting Honolulu lose
half of tho allurements of this Para
dise of the Pacific without its en
From Hongkong and Yokohama, per I'
M fc S China, Nov 0 Kcur-Aduiiral .Ino
Irwin, UB N Lieut Adams, U 8 N ; Kn
sign Purmenter, U b N ; Mrs l'armontor,
lira Adams, Mrs Irwin, Miss Irwin, .Ino
Irwin, Jr, Dr W E Taylor, UBS; 110 Chi
nese In steerage. Iu transit: Hi saloon
passengers and H8 Chinese iu steerage.
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr W (1
Hall, Nov 7 From Volcano: Dr Her.
From Wayports: E W Kullor, Kev K Le
wis. Uev Mr Cullender. H A I'armulee, J
M Oi't, Mrs A A Haalelea, Mrs J Monsar-
1 at and servant, Master M Monsnrrat, Y
Amoi, J Makuiuoi, Mrs 8 Nowlem, child
and HKrvant, J H Sherwood, wife and 2
children, Miss Blanche Coruwell, (1 T Mc-J-ean,
Miss Emaliu ltemish, MNs Kuco
and 45 deck.
For Ban Francisco, per I M S 8 China,
Nov 7 Admiral Bkerrett, U 8 N; Lieut
Fox, V 8 N; Lieut Wilson, IT 8 N; Ensign
P Williams, U 8 N; 8 0 Wilder, Mrs I'
Opfergelt and H Lewis.
Vessels in Port.
UBS Philadelphia, Barker, from Callao,
UBS Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
8 B Miowera, Stott, f 10111 tiydney
Am bgtne W G Irwin, Williams, fiom San
Am schr Hoburt Lewers, from Port Gam
ble Am schr Transit, Jorgeusen, from Han
Am Yacht Tolna, Wichman, from San
Am schr CB Holmes, .lulnnon, from Port
Am bk Mntilda, Hwensen, from Departure
. OOUBT CHRONICLE.
Progress Being Made With the
waiian Criminal Cases.
The Circuit Court opened at 10
o'clock this morning and Lui, who
pleaded guilty yesterday for selling
liquor without a license, was called
up for sentence. A lino of -S100 was
Hosea aud Hulupii, by advice of
their counsel Kaulukou, pleaded
truiltv to a charge of extortion.
Hosea was sentenced to pay a line
of S'M and Hulupii $(0.
Kamai, robbery iu the second de
gree, pleaded guilty and was sent
enced to six months' imprisonment
at hard labor.
Malihiui, housebreaking, will plead
Indictment was refused by the
Court in the case of Autone Sylva,
charged with gross cheat, aud case
was ordered struck off tho calendar.
The cae of S. W. Maholona, un
lawful possession of opium, occupied
tho remainder of the forenoon, tho
jury retiring at V2 o'clock. At 2
o'clock they had not arrived at a
In the divorce suit of Nawahino
(w.) vs. Kauhaa, Judge Whiting
grautod tho divorce on tho groundb
of non-support aud adultery.
Am bktno Kllkltat,
'l'lioiiifiui, from Sun
ADMIRAL IRWIN ARRIVES.
Relieving Admiral Skerrott in Com
mand of the Naval Detachment.
Tho arrival of Rear-Admiral John
Irwin, U. S. N., on the S. S. China
from the Asiatic Station yesterday
was a surprise to all, including the
U. S. naval men here. The China
was flying the Rear-Admiral's flag,
aud lowered it shortly after docking
at the Pacific Mail wharf. The
Roar-Admiral, who is accompanied
by his aides, Lieutenants Parmenter
and Adams, was rowed over to tho
U. S. flagship Philadelphia. Roar
Admiral Irwin's flag was hoisted on
the Philadelphia this morning and
saluted. It will be interesting to
the public to kuow that the newly
stationed Admiral hore is a brother
of Mr. R. W. Irwin, Hawaiian Cou-Bul-General
at Tokio, Japan.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
When troubled with pain iu the
stomach, bilious colic or diarrhoea
give this medicine a trial and you
will be more than pleased with the
result. It is pleasant, safe and re
liable. 25 aud f0 cout bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
it Co.", Agents for tho Hawaiian
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
To the Ladies of
Added to varnish
working of the vnrnt
Does not darken white lead or any
Has greater body than any other oil.
Requires 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 nctnal tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever manufactured.
Direction for Use.
Ute Lucoi, in every respect in the
same manner as you would linseed
ml, witli the single exception thiio you
may add fully one-quarter more Lu
coi. to tho same quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, anil other dry pigments, it it
advisable to mix up the paint at least
one day before it is to be used, then
add a third more Lucoi. and the paint
will be found to cover well anil have
a good gloss.
NEVER USE JAPANS.
Where hard surfaces such us flours,
steps, etc., are leipiired use litharge
only, never use Japans.
LUCOI, MIXES WITH VAR
NISHES and assists their working ami im
proves their appearance hut thry
SHOULD UK USED SAMK DAY THEY AKK
mixed, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may he precipitated or tho mix
Tiie addition of from to of Lt
coi. to varnishes does not reduce their
lutre nor retard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
" POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,"
oao F'ort Btreot, Honolulu.
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN KXTENSIVK AHBOUTMKNT OF
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Etc., Etc., Etc.
To Let or Lease.
Httve arrived bo a to enable
you to dre8M them for Christmas.
Wo can confidently assert j
that a nicer and better selected
Stock has not been offered in
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO 8K00ND-HAND OK DAMAGED GOODS KKl'T ON HANI)
OKDWA'y" & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 625.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE IU5
ML. 3. LEVY
X Kitchen at UK Fort Street.
ROOMS TO LET.
"WO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR QEN-
tlemen ut No. 4 Garden Lane. NKtf
There is a
KW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Maeaiiue
street. wlth'Bathroom, pat
ent W. C. etc. Commands
one of the flneat views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
FORT STREET 75
Real Estate Agency,
No. SIO Fort Street.
Am bk S (J Allen
Rr schr Norma, Miicqiinriiu, from
Hawn bk R P Kithet, Morrihon, from
- Frauclbco -.
Nor ship JJeauoniileld, HaKtiaiihen, from
Newcastle, N S W
Or bk J C PHuKor, Woltera, from Rremen
Foreign Vossels Expected.
0 A B S Arawa, Stuart, from Svilnuv, due
R M S S Alameda, Mor.-, fiom the Colo
nies, due Nov IU
R M 8 S Monowui, Carey, from Sau Fran
cisco due, Nov i'i
Am bk Harvester, from S F JIllo, due Aug
Am bk Martha Davis, from Ronton, due
Rr ship Vlllatta, from Liverpool, due Jan
tier hh Nautilus from Liverpool, due Deu
(ler bk Marie Hitckfuld, from Liverpool,
due Feb 1, MH
Am schr Allen A, fiom Kureku, due Oct 1
An Old Soldier on Parade.
Before tho sailing of the S. S.
China for Sau Francisco this morn
ing u native named Kauhauo, who
was under the inllueuce of liquor,
made himself so obnoxious to tho
guardians of the peace t hat he was
ordered away from the wharf. About
12:80 this noou Kauhauo was en
gaged in ainusiug quite a largo
number of people iu front of a liquor
merchant's store on Merchant Btreot,
the program consisting of an exhi
bition of military tactics with an
old garden broom borving as a gun,
while the manual of arms, bayonet
exorcises and giving of commands
wore all done at once by himself.
As Kauhauo was known to be an old
soldier aud woariutr a soldier's hel
met, Seaborn Luce was at a loss to
know on what points of military eti
quette he could safely criticize him.
Uermanla street $20 per
Emma Square ?15 jwr
1 House on
1 House on
1 Store under the "Arlington.
1 Store on Nuuanu street.
'1 Houses on Reretania Btreet.
2 Houhch on Fort street.
Real Hair Dolls !
ready for your in-
THE RESIDENCE AND
X Lot situated on W ti
ller's Avenue, below Luna-
Hlfm Utii.iu ami mi'tio1 t
the undersigned, is for sale on advantage
ous terms. Apply to
S21-2i At W. 8. Luce, Merchant St.
Notice to Tenants!
Fouiidrymiiii were ciiuuijcd till" af'ur
noon lu takiiiK down the damaged Mar
hoard bulwark on tho J. (.'. I'lluger,
Tim l-iaiulud schooner Aloha, ('apt. Da
hel, left for Sau l-'raiiclfco at ll.'IU o'clock
this atiuriioou, hliu carried awuy 22,:il
bags of sugar, shipped by H. lUckfclcl A
Co,; 17 empty hurrels, LyiHirgim, Fvrimu
ilus ,c Co.; and II hags awa root, by Dili
son, Huilth V Co. Douiextln value, (71.
HH.12. The 1' M S H China, Waul uoiiiNiuudur,
from Hongkong vlu Yukohitmu, arrived
yesterday ultt-ruuoii t 0 o'clock, bringing
Catarrh in the Head
Is undoubtedly a disease of the
blood, aud as such only a reliable
blood puritlor can effect a imrfect
and permanent cure. Hood s Sar
saparilla is tho best blood purifier,
and it has cured ninny very severe
eases of catarrh. Catarrh often-
times leads to consumption. Take '
Hood's Samaparilla before it is too
Hood's I'illb do not purge, pain or
grlpo, but act promptly, easily and
House and lxt on Reretania street near
Ponsacola. Lot 200 feet frontage and
140 feet deep.
Several Desirable Residences at first
1 Kesideuce on Qeruiaula btreet.
G. E. BOA RDM AN,
A GOOD PAVING BUSINESS, WELL
established aud centrally located.
For particular iuuiiire ot
O. K. HOARDMAN,
biw-liii ''ID Fort btieid.
VTOTiOK IB HEUE11Y GIVEN TO ALL j
XT persons living an leuauinou minis "i
ionglug to the Estate of the late King Kala
kaun, as well as on lands belonging to the
undersigned and those of David Kawana-
uakoa aud J. Kalaniatmole, for which ar
rangements have been made between them
and Mr. J. Paakaula, that payments of ,
rent must hereafter bo made to me person
ally. When making payment it ii re
quested that tenants bring copies of their
leases and tho last receipt received by
them. It is also the wish of the under
signed to meet ami confer with tenants on
the tlrst day of ovury month for six months,
beginning October HI, 1801, and ending
April 1(1, 18!M.
gm- Otlice at llouiiakaba,
Honolulu. Oct. HI, I81W. hWUm
HUSTACE & CO.
All kinds, In any quantity, from a hag
to a ton.
Krom one hag to any ipiiiutit) .
In l-ll. lengths, and sawed or split,
from a hag to any ipiuntit ; also,
WHITE & BL A.GK SAND
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARRED IN THE WINDOW.
Ill lloth Telephone
"Sans Souci" Hotel
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OF
IB. F- EHLBRS Sc GO.
BO St B 1 1 FORT STK,H3B1T.
Qeiriton. Wash FsiJorios !
A liHiidsouiH Cotton Fabric; New Styles tills season; the etlects are fur-similes of China
Silks, to sen them means to appreciate them.
Silk finish just out ; real French designs are the finest and the uraze of the teuton.
Oashmere Sublimos SO Cents Yard I
One of the handsomest Wash Materials, this season entire!) new nmt
for the price has no equal. .
"Wlaite Lawna etnei Dimity I
I In Plain, Btriped and Cheeked iu great variety.
tW Dressmaking Under the Management of MRS. HENNER. J&
ACOTTAOEOK KIVEORKIX ROOMS.
City or outskirts. Rent about HI it
month, Address T llox 111. b"2-;t
HEAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
f VALDAIILE IMKCI:h OF gte
I Improved Property, locuted JPHB
in dlilereiu parts ol the City of aH
Honolulu; all bargains. Apply tHiw
lor full particulars to .
llltt'CK ,V A. J. CAHTWUHIHT.
DR. S. ASANO
Physician : and : Surgeon '
NO. lm SUUANl' AVBNUi:,
Opposite Eagle Hoilsn, -
S72 Mutual Telepbonu 211.
If mijidiif itriiire kiwIi old -wilt iwiid
tliiniiK tmlut'ilii umiffii, iiuiil, imtf nir,
Honolulu. ' dfiir mi wutrr, jioml mnl, nml hruvrntii
.nHunflt huuii nut lirftire hin t'i rvrry
i tirimin iii'vr !( l iirijtc nnii in? iiikiiiiii
' hill a Watitmtv, I ri com mewl him cur
' ifiiillti In Ihr "Sunn Simci."
1 ' iiuiinur .of.s-.s7;i .'.v.s'(.v
Athihikvai-I.4U " NoMin I'ciii.n.
No. IU KitubumunuHt,, llonoliilil.
sTo. I III
r. A. SIMPSON,
riMlK WKKICLY HULLKTlN-2d COU
i. uiuin ot liUtrentlUK Reading Mattel
lWU,H; malM to (orrlmi roantrlei,f
Royal Insurance Company
uThe Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Fire risks on all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Risks by
.T. S. "W-jSOLjKZEiiFL,
Ayt.nl for Ihr lUwftltftii UlallUi,