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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FIIOM AND AKTKU JUNK 1. 1WI3.
To Uwa Mux.
I. rave Honolulu . . . .8:4,") 1:45
Uave Pearl Oily 0:30 2:30
Arrive Kwu Mill 0:67 2:57
l.ciivo Kwu Mill ,
Leave Pearl City
Comwoll intends going
tho W. G. Hall to-nior-
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
JL.OOAL AND GENERAL MEWS.
Thoro was uo sosslon of the Board
of Health yesterday afternoon.
Tho P. G. band is playing at tho
Quoou'a Hospital this nfternoou.
Mr. W. H.
to Maui by
Tho mail by the S. S. Australia
will cloo at 10 o'clook Saturday
President Dolo returned tho call
of Uuitod States Minister Willis
Rev. Mr. Howland will hold a
special mooting by request nt the
Arion Hall this evening,
Tho Salvation Army aro again
holding tho fort at tho corner of
Nuuanu and Quoen streets.
A cement sidewalk is being laid
on tho Merchant street side of J.
Emmeluth & Co.'s store, a much
A beautiful assortment of high
class novelties in Japanese goods
may be inspected at the "Dai Nip
pon" store on Hotel street.
A Chinese opium fiend was
brought to tho Police Statiou this
morning with a full smoking outfit.
He was charged with opium in pos
session. On Monday, Nov. 13th, J. F. Mor
gau will sell under foreclosure of
mortgage, two pieces of land situ
ated in this city. Particulars aro
Mr. John Sopor, son of Col. Sopor,
has been confirmed as consul's clerk
at the Hawaiian Consulate-General
in San Francisco. He will leave for
his post by the Australia on Satur
day. J. S. Kalakiela, until lately clerk
in the Attorney-General's office, has
been commissioned sheriff of Waia
lua. vice J. Aniara, resigned. Kala
kiela secured the necessary bonds
THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1893.
Regular General Session of the Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
Tho weekly mooting of tho Execu
tive and Advisory Councils was open
ed with prayer at 1:80 o'clook this
afternoon by Prosidont Dole, with
whom wore prosout: Ministors King,
Damon and Smith; Councillors
Hatch' (Vice Prosidont), Wilder, i
Emmeluth, Allen, Watorhouse, Ena,
Hrown, Tounoy, Young, Nott, Mor
gan, Bolte and Mendouca.
On tho rending of the minutes,
tho Prosidont called in question the
statement in a resolution of last
mooting, that tho salary of Secre
tary Hastings at Washington should
come out of tho oxpensos of Pro
visional Government. Ho said tho
salary was chargoablo to tho appro
priation for foreign agents.
Minister Damou retired to his
office aud on roturuing reported that
tho salary was charged to the item
of foreign agents. He moved that
it be paid from that fund. Carried.
. Mr. Hatch from tho Judiciary
Committee presented a report re
port recommending that the peti
tion for pardon of tho Japanese
prisoner Husagawn bo granted.
The President asked for further
time for tho committee on tho re
organization of the Board of Edu
Minister Damon presented the
weokly financial statement as fol
lows: Financial Statemknt for tiik Vkkk
EmHNG N'OVKMIIRH 8. ISft'l.
Current account balance Nov.
1,1103 llu,0U 71
NEW POSTAGE STAMPS.
W. Holdsworth the Successful ,
Competitor in Designs,
During the past few days the
stamp fanciers have been anxious as
to who was tho successful designer
of tho now stamp issues of one, two,
five, leu aud twenty-live cent postage
stamps, designs having boon adver
tised to bo handod in by Nov. 1st.
Tho designs accepted were to bo
paid at the rato of Jf 10 each. Hav
ing hoard that a dosign had boon ac
cepted, a Bulletin roportor called
on Mr. S. M. Damon, Minister of
Finance, this morning to ascertain
if such was tho case. Mr. Damon
confirmed tho report aud stated
that the design of Mr. 15. W. Holds
worth, of tho firm of T. H. Davies Aj
Co., had been accepted, That gen
tleman, howovor, had, nt tho request
of Minister Damon, been returned
tho design in order to make certain
changes. According to Mr. Damon
tho design was very neat, but he
could not give any idon of it until it
was completed. Neither could he
state a definite timo when tho de
sign would bo again presented.
A design proposed by a gentleman
as a national issue was tho statue of
Kauiehameha I., in front of tho Ju
diciary building, dilTerout colors to
represent tho values.
IS THE BEST
perlectlj uiliil Inside of twenty
and elastic, not n brit-
Foriu a durable
Ketiilim It jjlosi longer tlian any other
Hesivts the action of acids and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Kiowa freely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields a
hard surface, suitable for floors, steps, etc.
, Mixes readily with pigments ground in
oil in paste form.
Brings out the real shinies of the colors
and keops them unaltered.
i Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tnr colors.
Added to varnish greatly improves the
' working of the varnish.
Docs not darken white lead or any deli
This Space is Reserved
Announcement of New Goods !
N. S. SACHS'
Tuunsim, Nov. a
Btnir Hawaii froui Hamakua
sjchr Sarah & Eliza from Koolau
TlIUIt-.IlAY, Nov. 0.
Hohr Kauikeaouli for Hamakua
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
btmr V Q Hall for Lahaiiia, Maaluea,
Kona, Kau and Volcano at 10 a in
Cargoes from Island Ports.
SO hd cattle and a)ir
Per Btmr Hawaii
The Norwegian hark Bcaconsticld is still
discharging coal at the Fort-street wharf.
The schooner Transit has changed her
moorage to the new Kort-strcet wharf.
The bark Albert commenced discharging
her cargo this morning at the P. M a. 8.
The schooner Kauikeaouli left for Ha
makua this afternoon with a load of
The steamer W. G. Hall will leave for
Maui and Hawaii at 10 o'clock to-morrow
The old Hawaiian frigate Kaimiloa, now
the property of the 1. I. ri. X. (Jo., after
lying in idleness for many mouths past,
was hauled on tho Marine Railway this
morning for cleaning. She will not'be re
commissioned. The steamer Hawaii, which arrived this
morning, brought 50 head of cattle for Mr.
Waller from Kuwaihao and 12U.J5 bags of
sugar for V. G. Irwin & Co. The cattle
were landed at the pen near the O. It. it I..
Oo.'s wharf and the sugar was transferred
on the 8. S. Australia.
In this issue appears the verdict
of tho Honolulu Iron Works in re
gard to tho wire sold by the Hawai
ian Hardware Co. A few strands of
this kind of wire would be strong
ouough to haul off the Miowera.
J. Emmeluth & Co. will have a
new brick building built on the lot
adjoining the Way building, now
occupied by Lowers & Cooke, aud in
about a year will move into it. They
have secured a thirty years' lease of
H. G. Harden was examined at tho
U. S. Consulate yesterday as to his
capability of going as second officer
on tho American yacht Tolna. Hav
ing passed the necessary examina
tion, Harden says he will, if nothing
intervenes, leave on that schooner.
Merry-go-rounds have usually been
on off nights a haunt of vagrant aud
suspicious characters, but the one
on the corner of Hotel and Bothel
streets is so elfioiently and vigilantly
watched by Mr. Hastings that noth
ing of that kind is permitted which
is greatly to his credit.
The P. G. band will give a string
band orchestral concert at the Ha
waiian Hotel, Friday evening, at
7:30, weather permitting. There will
be a dance after the. concert, in the
parlor and lanai, given in honor of
the outgoing guests of tho hotel by
the S. S. Australia.
$ 131,12.1 i'J
Hilo Fire Department .
Hureau of Public Works
Subsidy to Molokai stmr
Kent C.H. lot Knhului..
Salaries and' inc
Hoad taxes to special deposit.
School taxes "
Gonl. Expenses Prov. Govt.
CUXNINGHAM-In this city, November
0th, to the wife of J. T. Cunningham,
MYRTLE BOAT CLUB.
Outstanding Bonds . . .
Due P. S. Bank and P.
I, .530 SO
. 120,!l33 3S
MISFORTUNE TO FISHERMEN.
Their Boat Capsizes and the Night's
Three native fishermen, J. Kainii,
Meekue and Kaolttlo, had the mis
fortune to got swamped while tin
liflir wav hmiiit frmn Vniilnn nn n
boat this morning. It appears that i u,i",turl1-
tho three men had spout tho night
at Puuloa fishing, and this morning
found themselves in possession of a
goodly catch that made their hearts
Butter with glee at the prospect of
a good realization when placed on
tho market. They wore meditating
on these pleasant thoughts as thoy
sailed along, when after having
passed tho 1'uulon entrance an un
expected breaker arose and broke
over the boat, capping it and theie
by depriving the men of the hard
earned results of their night's labor.
The boat was righted again and tho
men steered for Honolulu, wheru
thoy arrived shoitly before noon to
day. Tho men and the boat did not
incur any injury.
Has greater body than any other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can he added to linseed oil and It will
greatly improve tho linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
tests, has outlasted the bust
k lty actual
Therefore, is the best piilnt oil ever man-
Direction for Use.
Ue Luooi. in every respect in the
s.iuie ni.ui ihm nn you would linseed
ml, with tin: Miihi exception thatyou
may add fully oiic-(iinrtcr more Lti
coi, lo Hie Mime quantity of pigment
than you would of liticecd.
In u-ing metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
adisiillc to mix up the paint at least
one day licfoic it is to be iibcd, then
add a third more Lucoi, and the paint
will he found lo cover well and have
a good i;1ims.
NEVKR USE JAI'ANS.
"POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,"
Qao Fort Street, Honolulu,
.$ 1(11,520 07
This amount of
has been advanced from
current account for im
provements under Loan
Account, against which
there has been ropaid the
amount of I (.0,000 00
from bonds sold and Sav
ings Hank deposits.
Amount due general Treusttry
tliis date fiom Loan Act $
Declines the Healani's Challenge
Entertained by Capt. Lyle.
At the meeting of tho Myrtle
Boat Club last night, the race of the
Alice M. and Stranger crows on
Saturday was declared "no race" on
account of fouling. Tho forfeit wa
ordered retained in the hands of
Judge Kobortsou as part compensa
tion for broken oars.
It was decided not to accepUthe
challenge of the Healani Boat Club
for another race this -year. The
reason is that it is too costly in both
money and time.
After the meeting mauy of the
members accepted an invitation of
the captain, Mr. Jas. A. Lyle, to his
house where a number of friends of
his wifo and himself wore gathered
on the occasion of tho eve of thoir
tin wedding. A pleasant evening
was spout, refreshments being served
at 9 o'clook.
NOT FROM THE ADAMS.
an ex-P. G.
The man who disturbed a house
hold on Punchbowl slope, and cut
the man of the house in tho head,
tho other night, has boon traced up
by Lieut. Norton of the U.S. S.
Adams, who is naturally jealous of
the good name of the ship. He
found on interviewing tho police
officials aud tho injured ualivo that
tho man was neither a petty officer
nor a bluejacket of the Adams. Tho
n a mo Nilsou was correct, but tho
man is one who hnd Boned a while
in tho P. G. army and is now of tho
Australia's orew. It is believed at
tho station that ho had either desert
ed or been discharged from the U.
S. S, Boston before enlisting in the
P. G. army, This correction is made
The Duily Bulletin ie MivrrtA hy
tarr(tr$ for K0 rvm w wotiifc,
Tho sale of the King street merry-go-round
this noon was sparsely at
tended. Messrs. A. Herbert and E.
Klemmo were the only bidders, and
the merry-go-round was knocked
down to the last-named gentleman
for $30. Mr. Armitage wiolded the
hammer in place of Mr. J. F. Mor
The next news from tho Coast, J
sovon ciays later man last steamer,
will probably be by the barkentine
Irmgard, leaving San Francisco on
tho 3th inst. She may bo expected
about the 17th, sis days before next
steamer, aud her uows will include
the disposition of the silver ques
tion. o To-morrow, Friday, at 10 o'clock,
J. F. Morgan, will endeavor to
satisfy a variety of people. To be
gin with, ho will start in and soil off
a fine lot of dry goods, aud there
after give the stamp fiends a chance,
finally wiudiug up by auctioning off
some choice samples of brandy and
Mr. Rowell, superintendent of
public works, said this morning that
as soon as tho state of the weather
permits, he will use tho pile driver
at the scene of the wreck. About
six piles will be drivon in differ
ent placos near the Miowera. This
afternoon he was engaged in blasting
the coral near the wreck.
Whether it was a pig or a dog that
was seen tloating for two days in
front of a certain seaside residence
at Waikiki, tho fact has boon con
strued lo moan that kahunas aro at
work. Perhaps the Advortisor and
the Star, who aro gifted with tremen
dous powors of imagination, can en-
lightou tho dear public with seusa
tioual surmises in the interest of the
The bottom of the stoamor Kaimi
loa was found to bo thickly covered
with corals and barnacles whon on
the Marine Railway this morning.
An eye-witness gave tho information
that tho corals on her bottom were
so large that eels find a homo iu
tho'r crevices, Ono of these creat
ures, ho said, was killed this morn
ing by tho workmou whon scraping
off the undergrowth.
A corta'n porsou last week nego
tiated for the purchase of I ho old
KiugBlroot tnorry-go-rouiid for tho
Leper Settlement at Molokai. but
t ho authorities refusing permission
the scheme did not inatoritdi.o.
Another porsou made tho suggestion
that, since the other scheme failed,
it ought lo J io purchased for tho
amusement of the inmates at Urn
Insane Asylum, fully bolloviug that
now sources of amusement will do
some good to thosu uufortuuatus,
r. H. HANK MEMO.
Notices of withdrawals matur
ing November, December
and January .. ...$
Cash on hand . ..
PROVISIONAL UOVF.ttNME.ST MKMo.
Expenses Provisional Govern
ment to date
Where hard tun faces such as Doors,
r-leps, etc., me required use lith rgc
only, novel use Jupiin.-.
LUCOI, MIXES WITH VAK
I and as&ists their working and im
proves their appearance but thkv
MIOlTI.I) UK UhKD SAMK DAY THEY A1CE
mixed, otherwise the gum of the var
nish nuiy he precipitated or the mix
t in u dialled.
The addition of from to of Lu
! col. to vurninhos docs not icducc their
I lu-tre nor retard their hardening and
i (hying and it pri vents their cracking
This amount covers all expenses Includ
ing military and others not appropilated
by tho last legislature.
Ml. Mil CsI IM 1UKM'KY.
Outstanding certificates to re
deem which there is a cor
responding coin deposit iu
the treasury 2I,im0 00
Certificates w ithdrawu from
circulation and deposited
for safe keeping 2s,000 00
Postal Savings Hank Balance $
Hoad Board fund in Treasury
School Board fund in Treasury
Available cash as above
. 257,032 11
ilro. Mary E. O'Fallon
of Ptqua, 0., aays the Phy
sicians nro Antunltlicil,
and look at her like oue
Raised from the Dead
Long and Terriblo Illness
from Blood Poloonlng
Completely Cured by ITood't
Mrs. Mary E. O'Fallon, a very Intelligent
lady of 1'lmia, Ohio, was jmlsuned wlillo as
sisting physicians at an autopsy c years ago,
and soon trrrlblc ulcerx broke out on her
head, arms, totiguo and throat. Her li.tlr all
came out. She wclghod but 78 lln., and saw
no prospect of holp. At last sho began to
take Hood's Sanaparilla and at once. Im
proved; could soon get out of bed and walk.
Bhe says: "I became perfectly cured by
and am now a well womin. I weigh 128 lbs.,
eat well and do tho work for a largo family.
My case seems a wonderful roenvcry and
physicians look at me la astonishment, as
almo3tliUe one ruiacd fiom the dead."
HOOD'S PILLS uonll be In oierj family
modiolus cheit. Once used, aliray' prolerred.
HOBUON, NEWMAN A- CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN KXTKNS1VK AHSOUTMKNT OK
Etc, Etc, Etc,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Oppo. Betbel St.
IN llltlim 111 KH-KCT A
Total. ".Clearance I
Before November 30, 1893,
Till-: KSTlltK STOCK OK
Handsome and Artistic Goods
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO 8KOOND-HAND OK BAMAOK1) OOOD8 KKPT ON HANI)
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
BELL TBLKPHONK 525. - - MUTUAL TELEPHONE tHi
ML. S. 3L.:E."V"y
Minister Damon reported that
Postmaster General Oat hail return
ed from a very suooeasful tour of the '
island of Hawaii. Kesidonts am
orally had signified thoir ajipreoia
tion of his services iu facilitating
more frequent mails.
The President Huggerited further
delay in dealing with the roport of
the committee on crown land.
Agreed to. "
Mr. Emmeluth asked what had
become of tho resolution referred to
the Military Committee two weeks
Mr. Bolto answered hy asking for
more time for that committee.
Tho President said it was under
stood the report on that resolution
would he made to an executive ses
sion. There was no other business for
tho public knowledge on the table,
thorofore the Councils resolved into
Next door to the Palace Ire Cream F'irlors '
Hkh Class Nove
WILL UK on hllhli AT
Come and See for Yourself !
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
Ex S. S. " China."
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
lU'Miiectfullv invites lier Ni
runs to I.VHl'KLT
LOOK OUT FOR
PRICES ARE HARKED IN THE WINDOW.
DOUBLE ACCIDENT ON HAWAII.
Two Young Nimrods from Honolulu
Thrown Orl' Thoir HoraoB,
l.lio steamer Hawaii, which arriv
ed tli in morning, brought tidings o
a misfortune that happened Id two
Honolulu young gout lumen while
hunting at Waimou, Hawaii, It ap
pears that Ed. Giirard and Henry
Vida went out oue dav hunting on
horseback, when Gilford's horse
started to run away, and the young
ttiim losing control over the annua
by breaking of oue side of tho reins
was curried away at a galop for
quite a distance and thrown to the
ground. Vida, realizing the puiil of
Ids companion, had given chase ami
while doing so his horse slipped and
fell, throwing him also and (lislocat
ing hi shouldor. UitTard escaped
with a fow doniU'hoB,
; I Japanese Goods E
Aftor the Arrival of
3" A Rich Treat In Prospect for
Received by Last Steamer!
n'oti: mi. .)iiii:ss-tsh
i1 "DAI NIPPON
BOOK SIX) RE
AT THK FAMOUS BTOKE OF
IB. F. EHLBRS Sc GO.
BOB J( Bll PORT STR,3aiHlT.
Canton Wash Feitorios !
A liamlHoiiif Cotton Fabric: New Stylus tldi- seuon; the eflcots are (uc-biiiiile. of Chlim
Hllks; to tt thi'iii uivniiH to appreciate tlirni.
JULJLFLTJ S-A-TEEHXTS !
bilk tlnisli Just out; real French designs ure the HnuHt and the orate of the leaauu,
Oetslixxiere Sublimes SO Ooxxts Yard. I
One of the Imiidsoineht 'a!i Mutfrialu thin Benson entirely new nnil
for the price liau no equal,
"WTaite Lawns clzicI Dimity I
In l'lain, Striped und Cheuked in Kreut variety,
XX" Dnuuaaklng Under the Management ol MRS. RBNNER. J&l
Nxt iloor to tliu l'n I ii i'o I en Urcuni I'.irlui
Job J'rinlinij nmlly und pnwiptly
fwutnl ni tkr Itult'tht (tyiVv.
yV cMiilill-lii'd nml ciiiitrully looiiloil.
(1 I'.. HO A It DM AN,
fill) Furl Mfiel.
(ioull I'AYI.NH HUSlNKhh. WKI.b
Tor purlieu lu r
All kiiula of Commercial IWintiny
promptly executed nt of ml al Iht
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Kir rUknon ll kimUol limurance ljoprrt,Uken at Current KUk by
Irmit fur thr Hawaiian lilnudi.