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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AJI AFTER JUNK 1, lx'tf.
To Kwa Mill.
Leave Honolulu ..
Liave Pearl Ulty...
Arrive Kwa Mill. . .
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Leave Kwa NT 111 ,
Leave l'eiu 1 Ulty .
A. Saturdays only.
I!. Huuduvs excepted.
1). Saturdays excepted.
TidoB, Sun and Moon.
BY U. .1. LYONS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Don't forgot thu grand opouing of
tho Ka Mailu store to-morrow.
Officer Sboalmu, stationed nt the
boat landing, has tnkun a "vaoa
tion." Hov. Bishop Willis was a passen
ger by the Kinnu this afternoon for
The K. M.S. S. Alameda will bo
along from the Colonies to-morrow
Mr. Tlieo. H. Davies and son took
passngo by the Kinnti this afternoon
poars in this issue.
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Court Cainous No, 81 10, A.
meets this evening. A full atten
dance is requested.
The Annexation Club executive is
holding meetings with closed doors
at their hall over Fishel's block.
The annual mooting of the Union
Feed Co. will bo hold at the com
pany's office at 10 o'clock to-morrow
The Hook & Ladder Co. will meet
this ovoning at thoir hall for the
purpobo ot securing another "tuvy.
Chinese are flockiug to the Cus
tom Houso to secure passports for
the Flowery Kingdom on the S. S.
China due hero on the 27th inst.,.-
Klist quarter of tlio moon on tin!
Ill, Mill. a. in.
Time Whistle lilous at 111. Mm. 31s. p. in. ot
Honolulu time, which Is thu saniu us 1'ili.Uui.
n. of UleemWcli time.
For uvery lmKl feet of Ulntanee of the obser
ver (Horn ilic L'li-Uuiii lluiisii) allow one see
oml for ti'iiusmls.loii of simiid, or. second"
to u statute mile.
HE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, NOV. 14, 18lJ3.
Moniivy, Nov. 1"
Sehr Ka .Moi from Hamakua
tichr Millo Morris from Koolau
Tuksiiw, Nov. 14.
.Stinr Kiiuiu for Lahaina, Maalaea, Make-
na, Malmkuna, Kuwaihae, Laupahou-
hoe, Hakalnu, Honuinu, ruhakumanu,
1'uptekeo, Onomea, l'upaikuu uud Hilo
at 2 in
Stiur Cluudiue for Knliului, Keanae, Huuu,
Haiuoa, Kipuhulu, Nuu, l'aauhau, Ku-
kuiau at 5 )i m
Jstiur C K llishup for Waianae, Waialua,
Mokulolu, Laie, Kaliuku and i'unaluu
at !) a in
.Stmr Mikahala for Nawiliwili, Koloa,
Kleele, Makaweli, Waimeuand Kekaha
at 5 p in
fetnir Iwuluni for N'nwilinili, Hunumaulu,
Kilauea, Kallhiwai and Hanalei at 5
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Sloop Kaiuluni for 1'earl Harbor
Vyssols Leaving: To-morrow.
Am bktno Klikitat, Cutler, for I'upet
Se.hr Millo Morris for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Sehr Ka Mui 3000 bags .sugar.
Bchr Mille Moiris 40U bags rieu.
For Maui, per stmr Claudiiie, Nov 140
H Kldredge, F S Dodge, Mrs JIuuKenzie,
Mr Larnach, Miss E M Brush, A Young,
Lau (Jhork, llro G Bertram.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kiuau,
Nov 14 For Volcano: W Peek. Way
ports: T 1 Severin, Chas McC'andless. 0
O V K Dove, A Hood, Ituv Mr Lewis, T H
Davies, Muster Davies, P MctJrae, Cant
Matsonand familv, Ut ltevUishop Willis,
K Hall'ord, Hev K P Huker and wife, Chung
Far, Wong Sam, Young Yuen, and about
Ex-police captain Harry J uon, ex
detective McDonald aud several
Others of the P. G. discards are said
to bo leading lights of the American
Mr. T. P. Severin aud his assist
ant, Chas. McCandless, sailed by the
Kiuau this afternoon. They intend
to open a now photograph gallery
A telephone message from the
other side of the island about noon
to-day imparts the information that
it is "raining cats and dogs" at Wai
manalo, Kailtia and Heoia, Koolau-poko.
The Opera House was being clean
ed up yesterday of the litter made
iu wiring the building for the elec
tric light that is to be employed for
illumination whenever the now sta
tion is roatly.
Mr. Thos. Farrer, lately iu the em
ployment of H. F. Wichmau, has
secured part of Chris. Gertz's store
on Fort street and will commence
business on his own account as a
In case the S. S. Alameda arrives
to-morrow and stays iu port over
evening the P. G. baud will give a
concert at the Hawaiian Motel to
morrow evening at 8:15.
L. J. Levey will hold the sale of a
house aud lot situated at tho corner
of Metcalf aud Kocky Hill streets,
Manoa, to-morrow noon at his sales
room. A good chance to secure a
homestead iu a healthy locality.
Lee Sing alias Ah Sing was arrest
ed this morning by Detective Lar
son and charged with vagrancy.
The Mongolian is suspected of hav
ing committed tho receut robberies
on tho Waller premises at Kalihi.
In tho District Court yesterday
afternoon police officer Kauahi re
ceived judgment of $20 from Ah
Chung, his Chinese landlord, for
nailing up his room for nonpayment
of $3 rent. The officer sued for $100.
An appeal has been tiled.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A. Laugloy, not the police captain,
was arrested last ovoning for profan
ity but discharged this morning.
A Japanese giving the name of
Clarke wa3 arrested this afternoon
for indulging in the game known as
Another hoist on tho smokestack
at tho now olectric works brought
tho cylinder to an almost upright
Mr. J. F. Hoekfold, Consul Tor
Belgium, accompanied by Mr. F. W.
Macfarlane, wont out to the U. S. S.
Philadelphia at half-past 8 o'clock
A concert will bo given by the Ha
waiian National Band at tho Hawai
ian Hotel on Thursday ovoning, in
honor of Kalakaua Day.
Custom officers .lohu Crowdor and
Jos. Ltiahiwn wore paid one-half of
tho fines imposed on C. B. Mailo and
Ki ($225), this afternoon for making
' About a dozen or more little boats
and canoes came in this noon from
tho scone of tho late wreck, where
they have been engaged in diving
for coal. Most of them had loads
of coal aboard, and the men said
that thoy woro driven iu 13' bad
Mr. John F. Colburu has retired
from the feed aud fuel business in
which ho had been engaged for
main years. He has taken an oflico
at 15 Kaahumanu street, where he
will wind up the affairs of the busi
ness. This noon Mr. Colburu enter
tained a dozen or so of his friends
at a recherche luncheon iu his new
Cures HHY LUCOL
Ure. a. V. Card
Made Over Anew
Chronic Hondacho Curod-Woak
Lungs Mndo Strong and Well.
" For yenri I had Mck headaches every day, and
1 also hud rcrr vrrnk lung, blnce I have
been t.ikhiB HooTs San.iimrllln, I have-
liren rnlirrlr cuird of headache, and my
htais nro Mronennd well. Friends often say
How Well You're Looking.
1 tell them It Is duo to Hood's S.irsaparllla. I
am snnll In stilurii nevrr weighed over
luo pound before taking Hood's Barsapa-
rllla, nad at tho llmo 1 began taking it I had
run down to 83 pounds, but now I weigh
11 U j. My friend thought I would be dead
Ion;: w;o, but I am perfectly well. I am
unablo to express my thanks for tho good
has done ino." Mni. U 11. t'xim, 1215 Adelln
Street. Oakland, California.
I.lver Ills, Bilious
, Mek Headache.
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly solid inside nt twenty
Forms a durable and elastic, not a hrit
I tie coating.
' ItetAlns its glos longer than any other
UeslUs the action of aolds and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows freely from the lirush without run
I iilng and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields a
hard surface, suitable for floors, steps, etc.
I Mixes readily with pigments ground in
oil in paste form.
lirlngH out the real shades of tho colors
and keeps them unaltered.
la a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish gr
working of the varnish.
Dous not darken white lend or any deli
This Space is Reserved
Announcement of New Goods !
Has greater body
than any other oil.
leas pigment than
Hooc''a Pillo enre ail
E3iH, JaillldtiO, ISlrilgeMliV
.VossoIb in Port.
UHH Philadelphia, Darker, from (.'al Ino,
UBS Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
S S Miowcra, .Stott, from Sydney
Am bk Albert, Urilliths, from Bun Fran
cisco Am bgtno W G Irwin; Williams, fiom San
Am sehr Hohert Lowers, from Port (lum-
Am sehr Transit, .lorgensen, fiom San
Am Yacht Tolnu, Wiuhiiuiu, from Hau
Am sehr C S Holme?, Johnson, from Port
Am bk Matilda, Kneuscn, from Departure
Am bk S 0 Allen, Thompson, from Han
Hiiwn bk It P ltithet, Morrison, from San
Nor ship Deaconsliehl, liastiansun, from
Newcastle, N S V
Or bk J t; Plluger, Woltors. from Dieineii
Ur sehr Noima, from Yokohama
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am sehr Allen A, fiom Kurekti, due Oct 1
It M S S Alameda, Morso, from the t'olo
nies, due Nov 1(1
It M b S Monowui, Carey, fiom San Fran
cisco duo, Nov:;;
t! A B S Antwa, btuart, from Sydnev, due
Am hk Hurvester, from H F Hilo, due Aug
Am bk Martha Davis, from llostou, due
llr ship Vlllatta, from IJverpool, duo Jan
(ler bk Nautilus fiom Liverpool, due Deo
(ler bk Marie Haekfold, from Liverpool,
due Feb 1, Mil
The juclit Tolim will probably leave for
Hilo iu about two weeks' time. Thoic Is
still n deikienevof two iuuii Iu the com
position of heruTow.
The schooner Ka Moi arrived yesterday
afternoon fiom Hamakua with ;;ikkj hags
of sugar for Messis. T. H. Davies .V (o.,
and the schooner Mille Mori is with -M)
hags of rice from Kooluu for Hyiiinii llro.s.
The schooner Truusit will receive the
hist loud of sugar by the W. H. Hull, u.
iiected huio on Fiiday ue.t. .She has now
In her hold about Ton tons of sugar. She
oxpeuis to sail for Han Francisco on Sun
Chamberlain's Colic, Oholora and
Whim troubled with pain iu tho
NtumiicJi, bilious colic or diarrhu'ti
give this mediuitio a trial and you
will be more than pleased with the
result. It is pleasant, safe and re
liable, 25 and F.O cent bottles for
halo by all deidurs. lieusuti, Smith
X Co,, Agents for tho Hawaiian
Sylvano de Nobriga was found
guilty iu tho District Court to-daj'
of assault and battery on Manuel
Pestaua on the Nuuauu road yester
day aud sentenced to pay a fine of
$15. Tho dispute which led to tho
assault was over money owing to
The cricket season has boon clos
ed. Next one will be determined at
the auutial meeting of the club in
January. It is hoped the club will
have a ground of its own next sea
son. Any members wanting to prac
tise iu the meantime can do so, and
tho club can be called together for
a match with a warship's team any
Mr. Geo. Wilson, tho experienced
overseer, has left Pepookeo planta
tion, Hawaii, after doing good work
in bringing up a neglected piece of
canoland there. George is Buffering
from an affection iu one ear and has
come back to town to have it. cured,
after which ho pays ho will be open
to any good engagement iu laising
Mr. T. A. Simpson, tho ontorpiis
iug manager of the Sans Sonci sea
side resort, has securou the services
of the Hawaiian National Baud for
a concert to bo given at Sans Souci
on Saturday evouing. Should the
weather bo propitious tho usual
large attendance of people will be
there to listen to the excellent music
of the Nationals.
A Portuguese woman made an at
tempt to jump off a t raiiicar while
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il nun in milium j vaiui vij uuui iiwwu
anil lull, -tier siioes were caugni y
thu wheels, tearing thorn off, and it
was thought she must bo seriously
injured. The womau suffered noth
ing worse, howover, than the dis
comfort of walking home with
The charge of smuggling opium
from the S. S, China preferred
against C. li. Mailo and Ki, his em
ployee, was nol pros'd iu the District
Court yesterday afternoon, and a
charge of having opium unlawfully
iu possession substituted. Thu men
woro called up by District Magis
trate Wohortsuu and both pleaded
guilty. Mailo was sentenced to pay
a lino of $250 and Ki S2(X).
OPERA HOTJSE SCARE.
Parallel of the Famous Chinese Rice
Bird Qun Alarm.
While a native dramatic troupo
was rehearsing at the Opera House
a few months ago, it will bo remem
bered, a groat commotion was rais-
ml rr flirt TAf-tt tmrt f tt itunmat I'
Z J IUV7 IVIUlb XI Wilt II1W IIUIIlUOli .
G. sentry in tho Government yard,
that men woro soon carrying guns
iuto tho building. The hurrying of
a police squad to the scene, while
tho alarm drums were beat at bar
racks, made a warlike atmosphere
until it was ascertained by tho ad
vance line of skirmishers that tho
weapons were only Chinese rice bird
guns borrowed for stage properties.
.Last auuelay a similar scare was pro
duced at the same place. Some of
tho minstrels who are shortly to
give a concort woro having a pre
liminary rehearsal at the Opera
House, regardless, although they in-
ciuueu an omciai oi me r rionu s
boasted military theocracy, of tho
affront they were committing against
"Christian civilization" in practising
profane minstrolsy on that day.
While engagod in thoir unseason
able exercises a loud thumping on
tho door disturbed their worship of
the god of mirth. At first thoy
thought it was Mr. Levey, lessee of
the theatre, wanting to outer, but
on opening the door thoy woro con
fronted by a detail of policemen
who had been sent there on tho
strength of an alarm of a suspected
dynamite conspiracy. Explanations
were given by the beleaguered
knights of burutcork which induced
tho besieging bluecoats to retire.
Sunday quietness ouco more reign
without, whilo the trembling merry
audrows resumed their studies of
original jokos from Chamberlain's
Colic Ilotuody and Hood's Cures al
manacs. THE MASONIC TEMPLE.
HOUUON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
COMB L1VINC t Wltl'S FOK 11UKKU-
any other on.
Can be added to linseed oil and tt will
greatly improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
ltv netnnl insts. has outlasted the best
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
Use Lucol in every respect in the
hiuue manner us you would linseed
ml, with the single exception that you
iiik. ino ltlne Hnwnunn loeoanuts lor i may nuu niuy one-uuurior more iiu-
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rpHE SOHOOXKK 'NORMA.
JL .VI Tons Register, substan
tially built of Oak and Cedar;
Copper and Copper Fastened.
or price nuu pun lemurs apply
Till'.U. M. 1JAV1
Ct 001) 1WSTURAOK FOR I10R8KS
X and cattle can be found at Kalihi, ut
F. Meyer.s', where good pasture and feed
will he given them and they will be well
looked ufter. For further particulars ap
ply to F. MYERS,
at Kalihi, or riu up Dell Telephone IW1.
col to the Hiuue quantity of pigment
than you would of linscuil.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, uud other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the puint at least
one day before it is to be used, thou
add a third morn Luoor, and the paint
will be found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NEVEK USE JAPANS.
Where hind surfaces such us doors,
steps, etc., ute required use litharge
only, never use Japans.
MTCOI, MIXES WITH
NOTICE TO TENANTS.
NOTICE IS HEREltYIUVENTOALL
persons living as Tenants on Lands
belonging to the Estate of the late King
Kalakaua, as well as on Lauds belonging to
tlie undersigned and those of David Kawu
nanakoa and J. Kulanianaole, for which
arrangements have boon made hptueon
them aud Mr. J. Paakaula, that payment
of rent must hereafter be made to mo per
sonally. When n.uking payment it is re
ouested that tenants brinir conie- of their
leases and tho last receipr reexivnd by
them. It is also the wish of the under
signed to meet and confer with tenants on
the first day of every month for six
months, beginning October ID, lsir.t, and
ending April 1(1, 1S'.H.
tX Ollieeat Honunkaha.
Honolulu, Oct. Ill, 1803. hWl-lm
fill) FORT STJtKKT.
and assists their working and im
proves their appearance hut thky
KIini7I.II HK USED HAMK DAY THKY AllE
mixkii, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may he precipitated or the inix
The addition of from to -J of Ltt
coi. to varnishes does unt reduce their
lu tre nor retard their hardening mid
drying ami it prevents their cracking.
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
To Let or Lease.
GRAND DISPLAY TWA
Furnishing of the Mystic Apart
ments Slaking: Progress.
It is expected to have tho Masonic
Temple ready for dedication this
month. Masons' wives and a fow
other privileged persons will bo ad
mitted to soo tho impressive cere
mony. Tho furnishing of tho lodge
room is making progress. A $.'lf8
carpet has been received. Tho few
hundred dollars raised by tho ladies
from lunches will only go part way
iu paying for furnishing. It has
been learned by tho committee on
that work that electric light fittings
have to come out of the furnishing
fund, which will make considerable
of a cavity therein. Soiuethiuir un
ique in local architecture is the full
now of the staircase from outdoors,
through tho open arches guarded by
iron gates which form tho double
entrance from Hotel and Alakea
streets. At night tho effect is almost
weird. The glistening white walls
above the dark wainscoting rolled
the rays of tho electric lamp outside
or of the moon, making thu interior
suggestive iu thu stillness of the
entrance to a deserted castle. Thus
far only ono of the five stores on
the ground floor is occupied, Dr.
Cooper having it handsomely fur
nished for his ollices.
LATEST NOVELTIES !
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15th.
UNFURNISHED l xn.i--
nooins ami jvncueii
10:j Fort street.
JL uislied Room
Ueutlomon at No. 4 Garden
1 riWL --v
Opening Daj tor Xnias Goods!
r.li) FORT STREET.
Next door to the I'alaee lee Cream l'arlors
i l unproved rro
I iu diflerent Purls of the City of
i Honolulu; all bargains. Apply
! for full particulars to
1 URUOE .V A J. CARTWRIOHT.
1)11. S. AS AW),
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE.
SBO TPoi't. Street, Honolulu..
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery i Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENMVK MihOltTMLNT OF
l?5,f vma I V''1
tlrtM fe-r r'J
JZ " Tl -tt -HiHil-!- I ..blu!k.H-r3
Etc, Etc, Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR I) A M All K.D GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTEK,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 525. -l fW MUTUAL TELEPHONE i;I5.
A NEATLY KrilNISH
ed Cottie of three
Rooiiih, Mtltiible for two
ifentlemeii. at 7.'t llcretunia
Street, opposite the Hawaiian Hotel
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
Rooiiih, on Magazine
Street, with Duthroom, Pat
ent W. ('..etc. Commands
one of the lineal view iu Honolulu. Ap-
ply to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
, SEAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
Just Received per "Australia"
A LAUGH ASSOKTSrEXP OF
BOYS' SUITS !
Ladies' & Children's Shoes
BLACK LADIES' .V CHILDREN'S HOSE,
FLANELETTES, TAULE LINEN,
SILK .i CRAPE SCARFS,
Rugs and Carpets Selling- at Cost !
To'JQELT" STREET 75
Hin'li f.l'iw Mnvftliifts 1 1
umi uiuoi) livMViuvu i pi,,.,,,',,;.,., av sinrrM
1 1 UVOlt'MUI IV KJIAl. CWII
MR. JOHN tlRri:vVALIi;()F HANA,
Maui. Iiuvim: made an axsiuumuui
to mo uf all hlh property for tlm benolit of
his eredlloiri, all pernoiP1 hiiviliK eluiuiN
againi-t Mild John Orueiuvald me hereby
requested to pre-unt the tame to me at the
olllee of II. Haekfuld .t Co., Honolulu,
within tuu luuntliH fiom date or they will
lie former barred.
.1. F. HACKFELI),
AiInees of John (Iruenuald.
lloiiulnlu, N'uv. lit, lH. l .U
ALOHA BATH HOUSE
- - NKAJtEST TO TOWN - -
Good Accommodation for Bathers
Bell Telephone 157.
Ex S. S. " China."
tfullv InvlteH her Numerous
runs to INSPECT the
Hoii. A. S. WilliK, Uiiilud StatcH
Miuintcr l'lnnii(itenliiiry,niil an olll
oiul viMt totlioU.S. IIii,'hIii) L'liilmlul
pliia this iiiDiniiif,', nitiiruiiiK in oim i
(if lliu crnioor's Ixmli. at II o'clci'k.
I'ntvimis to I lio Miuistur'rt lunviiif,',
a hiiui(l of niariuoH piosdiitcd arins
and tlio IIiikhIiIi) Hand iiayiii a
livuly tniiii. A Hulnto uf llftuon gtitiH
was Kivtin whilu tbo Ijoafu crow rout
ed on thoir ours.
MRS. J. II. REIST, - Proprietress.
KING STREET HOUSE, i
II" .V lit KlliKHti'ir. Alakeu.
Comfortably Furnished Rooms
from $1.50 aud UpwardB Por Week.
Quiet Clean Rooms, Bath Up k Down Stairs.
A. Mi'llOVVALL, . Proprietor,
Received by Last Steamer!
I WNOTI: nil. PDRKH8-W
NO. KB NUUANH AVI'.NUK.
Opposite Kat?le Houho, - - Honolulu.
K7i llutual Telephone '.Ml.
DJ. J. UCU1UA,
Physician & Surgeon
NO. .- KFKt'l LANK.
.'Imiisi, vi . t.Mi Noma I'l'iii.ii,
AT THK FAMOUB STORK OF
B. F. ESELSK.S & CO.
508 Se S 1 1 FOR.I' STR.BJE1T'.
Canton Wash Fafcrios !
A liBiidconie Cotton Fahrle. Now Styles this M-aon the ellt-eta are fau-hliuile of 1'hinn
Kllkn; to M-e them lueaiiH to appreciate them,
Hllk llnifh just out; real Freneh iU-nigiii are the tlueht uud the oruzo of the seanou.
On.slinaere Sublimes SO Cents Yard I
One of the hiiiiduoiuet WiihIi MatcrialH thin seaton eutiroly new and
for the price liai no eipial.
wmte Jjawns eltici DDixxilty I
In Plain, Htripcd und Oheoked In j-reat variety.
OT Dreusmaklnu Under Uib Mantrjeraont ot MRS. RENNEH. J&
Ill Knuhiiiiiuuu Hi.
I enUlblMied and eeiitrull) hx'timd.
Next door to the Pulueu lie (Jrcani I'nrlur ' WW-l'n 0ff
tillill) I'.WISU IIIIhlNKKn, WKLL
All kimli 0 (lummnviul Printing
promptly rxrmitnl nt "" rnt at thr
il. I'.. IK) A RDM A.N.
,'ilti Fort i-treel.
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Kirr rl.kn on nil kinds of Iinutruinu lru)iriv Uken nt (lurnmt Rlk b)
J. S. WALKER,
JkKHiit fur thr UkwIUti lilnudt.