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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
LOOAL AND GENERAL
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1. IMS.
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TAB DAILY BULLBTIM.
FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 18915.
Full! AY, NOV.
Stmr Kaala from AYuiuhin
Tug Eleu from Wniulua
Stmr O R Bishop from Waialua, Wiilantio
Stuir James Makee from Kauai
Schr Mary E Fo-fter from Watmea, Kauai
All assignee's notico appears
Sarah was lined So for drunken
ness this morning,
Santa Clans has an interesting an
nouncement in this issue.
Minister Willis returned boiuo
otlieial calls this forenoon.
Diamond Head, 15 p. in.- Weather
hazy, wind frosh northeast.'
This ovoning the ladies of Cuntral
Union Ohuroh will give their month
ly social iu the parlor.
Tho sale of delinquent stock by
J. F. Morgan has been postponed
until Monday, Nov. tilth.
J. F. Morgan will sell tho thorough
bred stallion McGinty at his sales
room at noon to-morrow.
Tho string oreliestra of the P. G.
baud will give a concert at tho Ha
waiian Hotel this ovuuing. After the
concert a dance will bo given in
tho hotel lauai.
It is probable that tho Honolulu
Cricket Club will declare tho season
closed this week. Tho afternoons
have become too short for practice,
and tho weather too precarious.
The uiovemont to get up a recep
tion for tho Australian cricketers
has failed, owing to indifference of
tho public and uncertain!' as to tho
time of tho arrival of tho team.
The gasoline launch brought In
the bark Albert for Mr. Gay of
Kauai, was landed from that vessel
this forenoon and taken to the I. I.
S. N. Co.'s wharf, where it awaits
shipment. It will be taken to Kauai
by tho steamer Pele.
The caso of W. Dixon vs. A. Me
Dowall et al., was called iu I lie Dis
trict Court at 1:30 o'clock this after
noon, but owing to tho uon appear
ance of Mr. Kinney, lawyer for
Dixon, the caso was further post
poned until next uunesilaj.
The horse in Jim Brown's hack
slipped on the tramway track near
tlie coruer of Fort and King streets
this noon and fell on the ground.
Tho fall stunned tho animal and
tho harness had to be removed be
fore tho animal came to. Brown
viewed his horse' misfortune from
A Portuguese em ployeo of Mr. li.
F. Wichuiau's jewelry store met
with a painful accident about I)
o'clock this morning. He win doing
somo stamping wik when the iron
weight fell without warning on tho
middle linger of tho right baud
crushing it. It was pitiful to hear
tho lad's cries.
PUTTING UP A JOB.
Iu Which OhlnoBO Informers Woro
Caught In Tholr Own Trap.
Two Chinese informers, Ah Wuu
and King, woro submitted to exami
nation before District Magistrate
Robertson for unlawful possession
of opium on Nov. 5th. Two oflioors,
Logan and Kanae, who mado the
arrest, deposed that on tho date
mentioned Ihoj', at tho request of
defendants went to Manoa to catch
Chinamen selling opium. Tho do
fondants showed the officers tho
house, but there woro no people nor
any light on the premises, and tho
door was padlocked outside. Tho in
formers woro sent to the house and
when they returned they said that
tho mou in tho house woro prepar
ing for an opium smoke. Imme
diately after the informers suggest
ed another house. Seeing that the
ollicors tdiowcd no desire of pursu
ing tho search tho informers handed
Logan and Kanae one tin of opium,
scale and horn. The latter drew tho
inrorenco that the Chinaman intend
ed to put a job on some fellow
count rytnon, hence arrested them on
Tho Chinamen disclaimed all
knowledgo of tho opium aud denied
tho ollicors story iu toto. Neverthe
less they were aentoueod to pay a
fine of $75 each.
THE SHIP HAS MOVED.
Quick Rollof nnd Perfect Cure
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
O. B. Patrick
Encouraging Kosult of a Pull on tho
Tho visibly changed position of
tho Miowera as she appeared this
morula" on the reef started con
siderable talk on tho water frout.
Through a spyglass that was brought '
to bear on tho stranded ship from
tho P. M. S. S. wharf it was noticed
that, besides tho two anchor haws- '
ors running from tho bow iuto
tho sea, a chain was running
from the bottom on the port
bow into the ship, apparently at
tached to the ship's winches. Tho
information was gained later that
ouo end of said chain is fastened to
an anchor placed iu the coral on the
starboard side, which accounts for
the swinging out of tho ship's bow
as sho appeared this morning.
In an interview had with Capt.
Stott as he arrived on the landing
from the wreck this morning, that
gentleman said: "Well, a pull was
mado at high tide this morning
between 2 aud .' o'clock on her an-
i c.hors, and all 1 cat! say to you is
that she had gamed a point tnats
all." Further question as to when
another attempt would bo made ou
tho vessel was cut short by tho reply,
as the captain walked along, "Well,
wo don't know yet!"
"I wis so badly afflicted Ith nctatla rheuma
tism that I could icarcMy more. I used a great
innny remedial which did me no good. Afrttcd
presented me a bottle of Hood'i Barsaparllla,
which I began to take. Tltc relief was quick
and two bottles cured me completely. I author.
Iza the use of my name and portrait In recom
mendlnii Hood's Barsaiurllla, for I think It a
very Tatuablo tnculclno. t recommend It to all
who may bo afflicted vrlth rheumatism or old
Hood's sbb; Cures
fever sores, as I know of a lady In Oakland who
has been cured of ulcers by this wonderful med
lclno." C. 11. rjiTiiiCK, No. 3GB California St.,
Stockton, California. Pet HOOD'S.
Hood'9 Plllu act easily, yet prouipUyasd
eOlcloutly, on tho liver and bowels. 250.
HOllRON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian IslandH.
This Space is Reserved
To the Ladies of
I Our Dolls!
; Doll Heads!
II nve arrived so us to enable you
to Dress tlieni for Oliristnuts.
We can confidently assert tliut
ii Nicer and Butter Selected
Stock lias not been offered in
Announcement of New Goods !
N. S. SACHS'
" POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,
BBO Fort Stroet, Honolulu.
Ncxtiloor to tin1 I'alnee Ice Cream I'arlors iquiiv VCfirs.
High Class Novelties !
Ex S. S. " China."
Tuk Eleu for Waiulua
Km uay, Nov. 10.
Stmr V G Hall for l.:ihainu, Mtialaoa,
Kona, Kau anl Volcano at 10 a m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
8 S Australia, Houdlettc, for S.in francU
uo at 1- noon
for Maui and Hawaii, jut stmr V G
Hall, Nov 10 E V Fuller una wife, F li
JlcStoeker, ilury Kelii, JIrs A Decotu, Mrs
O'Connor, J Cunningham, V H Cornwell
and daughter and ubout 35 deck.
Vessels in Port.
LI 8 S Philadelphia, Burlier, from Callao,
UBS Adaini, Nelson, from a cruise
8 8 Miowera, Stott, from Sydney
b S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco Am bk Albert, Grilliths, from San Fran
cisco Am bgtne W G Irwin, William, iiom Sao
Am Helir Kobort J-ewers, from 1'ort Gam
ble Am bclir Transit, Juigeueii, from San
Am Yacht Tolna, Wiehninn, from San
Am schr C S Holmes, Johnon, from l'ort
Am bk Matilda, Sweiist-n, from Departure
Prof. Bergor, not wishing to take
any credit that did not belong to
hi in, wished it stated that ho did
not conduct tho orchestra at Mr.
Irwin's ball last evening. The music
was furnished by members of tho
National band. Tho professor will
give an orchestral concert at the
Hawaiian Hotel this evening.
Tn tho trial of a liquor case in the
Circuit Court this afternoon, a
quarter dollar iu evidence could
uot be identified by the policeman
on the stand. Further inspection
of tho coin by the prosecution led
them to allege that ttio marked com
that should ho iu Court had been
clandestinely replaced at recess.
"ncctfully invites her Numerous
ron to INSPKCT the
Am bktne Klikitat,
Am bk S C Allen
lit schr Norma, Mactmnrrle,
Hawn bk R P Ilithet, Mori-Urn,
Nor ship lleacoiislicld, Ilantianoii,
Newcaitle, N S V
Gr bk J C I'llugor, Wolters, from llremeii
Thompson, from San
Foreign Vessels Expected.
from Sydney, due
from the f'olo-
O A S S Arawn, Smart,
1IM8B Alameda, Mor.-e,
nies, une Aov Hi
It M 8 S Monowui, Carey, from San Fran
cisco due, Nov li3
Am bk Harvester, from S V Hilo, due Auj;
Am bk Martha Davis, from Doton, duo
lir ship Villatta, from Mvcrpool, duo Jan
Ger bk Nautllut from Liverpool, dun i)eu
Ger bk Marie Hackfeld, from Liverpool,
due Feb 1, MH
Am clir Allen A, from l.ureka, due CM 1
The S, S. Australia will leave for Ran
Franeibco at noon to-morrow.
The htm m it Kaiiuiloa was liniiled frniii
the . Marine Itulhva; tliistifteiuoou.
The Norwegian bark Jleai'on"lleld will K"
to thu O. It. & L. Co.'s wharf to-monow
morning to take iu hallait.
The schooner '1'ianMt, lying at the new
Tort-street whurf, N mill waitliiK for more
bucar which is daily expected from the
other Ulauds. She lun. about u) bag. in
her hold now, and her departure depend
ed on when tho sugar will arrive In order
to complete her caro,
A toniponuico entertainment will
be give gjvon at the V. M. C. A. Hall
to-morrow evening, commencing at
7:80 o'clock, adiuihsion free. Tho
following will bo rendered:
I'luno Solo MIks Dayton
Bong Mrs. I'aty
Heading Mm. W. W. Hull
Horn; Mr Uuevsky
AddiesK ... Miss Mary Green
Flute Duet . Mumth. l'aris and Wnrriner
I'iaiioSolo. . . Mr. AhIi
Tho latest in local journalism is a
typewritten weekly, called, 'The Ha
waiian Missing Link." It is edited
and published by two young lads,
Willie Clapper and Charlie Freeth,
aud tho matter is very correctly pro
duced. The exercise it gives the
boys iu composition is valuable, if
the paper serves no other purpose.
The Post Office authorities have
instructed the agents of tho various
mail steamers not to receive either
letters or papers for transmission by
their steamers during tho month of
November after tho closing of the
mails at tho Post Office. Corres
pondents should take hood of this
notice aud gel their letters iuto the
Post Office on time otherwise the
correspondence is likely to lie held
over until tho following mail.
. , 1 1 t ..1. .- 1"!.. .1 !
i young lau uameii .iiiiiu rauifrin,
attending tho Hoyal School, mot
with an accident yesterday morning.
He was playing third base in a game
of baseball, when in an endeavor to
stop a grounder the leather came in
contact with the tup of his middle
finger, dislocating it at tho joint.
Padigan was taken to the Queen's
Hospital where repairs were made
to the injured member, aud to day
tlie lad is wearing it in a bandage.
Mr. Samuel Parker's Ailairs.
Two petitions were tiled in tho
Circuit Court this morning to have
Samuel Parker adjudged a bank
rupt. Ouo was from .1. F. Bowler
and W. Seaborn Luce, represented
by Chas. Creighton, attorney, This
one was allowed by the Court. The
second was from the Wilder Steam
shin Co., (he Hawaiian Wino Co.
and M. Goldberg, represented by
W. A. Kinney, attorney, A decision
of a meeting of homo of the creditors
held last night was the impulse of
the second petition.
SUING FOR SICK BENEFITS.
Member of a Society Goes to Law for
A membor of tho Portuguese Mut
al Benefit Society of Hawaii filed
tho following complaint in the Do-put-
Marshal's office yesterday:
Tho plaintilT claims of tho Port
uguese Mutual Benetit Society of
Hawaii, a corporation incorporated
and existing under tho laws of tho
Hawaiian Islauds, defendant, the
hum of .$170 and interest thereon
from this dale for money payable
by the defendant to tho plaintiff for
that ho is aud for a period of live
years last past, has been, a member
of said Portuguese Mutual Benefit
Society of Hawaii, aud has regularly
paid his dues to said society ana
complied with all the other require
nitiuts of tho by-laws of said society,
and for a period of ouo hundred and
thirty-six days, 18!):i, has been a sick
member within tho meaning of the
by-laws of said society; that under
said by-laws a benefit of 81.25 per
day is due and payable by said so
ciety to each and every sick member
thereof who shall have regularly
paid his dues to said society, and
that the defendant, although often
requested, has hitherto refused and
still refuses to pay said sum here
claimed or any part thereof. Where
of the plaiutitl" prays judgment for
said sum horo claimed with costs.
THERE IS A BEAUTIFUL
Real Hair Dolls!
&HF All are ready for your
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Robinson Block, Hotel Stroot, oppo. Bothel Stroet.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE AHSOIITMKNT OK
SUDDEN DEATH OF A NATIVE.
Ho Had Been a Coachman for King
Kanoolehua, at ouo timo a driver
foi the lato king, dropped dead out
side his residence on the upper end
of Puuclibou 1 itreot, about (3 o'clock
vesteidav eveuhic. The cause of
death is supposed to have been
heart disease. Dr. Trousseau was
called shortly after tho man fell, but
found him beyond human aid. Ka
noolehua had come out of the house
to separate two boys who woro fight
ing iu front of his gate. After do
ing so he went inside, when tho lads
began another tussle. Ho came out
and nulled them apart the second
time, and, walking over to tho fence,
dropped gently on tho ground.
Tho First Entertainment to bo Given
ou tho 20th.
Received by Last Steamer!
erson: the address-
Next door to the Palace lee Cream I'arlors
SOMETHING NEW !
"Is there anything new un
der tho Sun?" You will ask
yourself that question and the
answer a "(5o to M. (iold
iiKltc's and have a look at his
New Patent Ventilated Under
shirt; light, durable and cool.
A summer garment that can
not he surpassed; both in long
and short sleeves. Price 50c.
eauli. M. (Ini.MUvUi; is the
sole agent for Dr. ("!. Jaeger's
Oppo. Bethel St.
1 1 fiVi
tT-. ' Htf
" "5 KtC-tir.lT-ZSrt,
awr ij.; itictSMVwaFva
Etc,, Etc., Etc.
IN OIWHR TO EKKKCT K
Total .Clearance 1
Beinre November 30, 1803,
-THE ENTIRE STOCK. OK
Handsome and Artistic Goods
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HANI) OH DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BGI.l. TELEPHONE 62S. -a MT" MUTUAL TELEPHONE J5.
7 5 1 FC5K.T STREET . 7 f)
WILL nK Ot-TKKF.n Af
K.eci-aceci Prices !
Gome and See for Yourself !
ArroiiNKi .it Lau imi Norno Pi'ni.n',
No. 1." Kaaliiiiiiuiiu St.
The new niinstre
I)K. M. GOTO,
Physician & Surgeon
TIiih aflernoon a scow was towed
out.to thu Miowera by a launch from
the U. S. S. Philadelphia for the
purpose, as Mr. Howell replied to a
ipjudtiou put to him. of shifting the
(tuohori at the wreck,
The trial of Akana for assault aud
battery yesterday resulted iu a ver
dict of ,rgiiilt," and Judge Cooper
appointed .toudav next for sen
David Ivoa was tried this morning
for liipior selling without license.
Tho verdict was "not guilty." V. V.
Ashford for defendant.
Keoni Maalo withdrew hi appeal
from the District Court, for violat
ing chapter 70. Laws of IS'.I'J, anil
paid his line of .Jll) and :i.f( costs.
Kaulukoii for defendant.
Mrs. ,1. Naoue is ou trial this after
noon, having appealed from the
Distiict Court, for liquor soiling.
Kaulultou and V. V. Ashford for defendant.
HELL TELEPHONE HI.
Or'KlCK: -Maiuiakca Street, front of No,
f Engine Co.'s Uulltliug.
1 to B
. Aelil Street. oiio.
lorv School, Palaiua.
dr. ,j. uoiirDA,
NO. .'i Kl'Kl'l LANE.
troupe is pro-
aud if nothiiiK ,
intervenes an entertainment will be i
given on tho eveuing of the 25th
hint., at the Opera House. The
company neltl a veiy goou reiiearsai
at the residence of Prof. Burger yes- i
lerday evening, aud practice will bo
kept up at intervals until the night
of the show. The following will be
the ond men: .Messrs, V. 11. Char
lock and t. L Hit man, bones; .-.i p r
Messrs. W. Ash and J. A. Doyle, tan. PhySlClSlll & SlirgUOll
boiiriues. The middle man is the
inimitable K. A. Murphy. The
ljuiutet club will assist the company.
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
LOOK OUT FOR
After the Arrival of
B- A Rich Treat In Prospect for
SONORA & 00.
Good Square Meals, 15 Gts.
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD Oif SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT THK KAMOt'H BTOUK OK
jb. :f :e:e3::li:h:e,s &d go.
SOS & 511 PORT STR,H3IDT.
OeLzrtoxi Wash Falorios !
A hitiiduonie CkiUoii Fahrln, New Kiyles. tlilh seaxia; the ellerts are ui'-uiimles of I'IiIiib
Sil Uh , to M-e , hem meniiH to appreciate them.
tjilk flalah just out ; real French desini are the thlest and the oraxe of the season.
Oashmere Stalolimea SO Oervts "YBjrdL I
One of the lniiiilmiiiieU Vnh Materials this season entirely new ami
for the prlee has no equal.
"Wlxite Lawiis and Dimity !
In Plain, Htrljted and Cheeked iu reat variety.
IW Droumaklno Dnder the Kanagement ol MRS. RHNNCR. i&J
Ohainbuilaiu'H Colic, Oholora and
When tioubleil with pain ill the
stomach, bilious colic or diarrhu-a
giw this medicine a trial and you
will be more than pleased with the
result. It is pleasant, safe and to
liable. 25 anil M) cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Heiisou, Smith
& Co., A gen la for thu Hawaiian
E33Z-X. xex-epixowi: sac.
JL M Tons Hi filter, biilistan
tlally built of Oak and (.'vdarj
(.'oii.er anil l'0iier Kusteiiud,
ror price ami iiiii-iuinuri. upini
7Ji'-t I T 1 1 HO. U. DA i EH A OO.
Job I'rinlitw matly
wut-il nt th HulUtln Ofilcf,
I No. tin N'LU'ANU STKEKT
! FOR SALE
AiiOOl) PA VINO IIUHINKrib, WT.1,1.
established aud centrally located.
' For iiartleiilitrH Imiulre ol
i ' (i. E. IIOARDMAN,
HVi-lm !iui l'ort street.
ALL PEIthONB IIAV1N0 Cl.AIMH
tiKiihut EiiMiMi Hart will pleiiKi
I present the same to the uudurslKiied at his
iilltce. MurcliHiil Htreet.
J. M MO.SfJ.VKItAT.
I Honolulu, .Suv. i, ltW. 07.1-U
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Fire risks on all kinds of Itiiiranee Proper! r UUeu at t'lirrriil Risks. Ii
iernt 'or !h UbwmIIiui lulnuds.