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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mrs. Mollis hn a notico to debtors
in this paper.
Basobnll this afternoon at S3
o'clock botweon tho Myrtles and
Oranges woro ploutiful at tlio
lntor-Island wliarl this morning.
As usual tho "grabbers" woro in full
Tho string orchestra of tho 1 G.
baud will givo a concert at Eiiitnn
Square this afternoon, in case it
docs not rain.
At Jas. P. Morgan's sale to-day
down wont "MeGinty," tho stal
lion, for .$155. "Daylight" was with
drawn from salo.
STILL ON SCARE TACTICS.
Q. Voluntoera Kopt on
Duty in Splto of Undo
Tides, Sun and Moon,
BY .'. J. LYONS.
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Honolulu time, which h thu sumu ns fh. 0111.
0. of Ulcenulcli time.
Ful every 1000 ftet or tllstnnu) 11 1 the ubsei
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to a statute nilU'.
TBI DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, NOV. 18, 1893.
KuiiiAi, Nov. 17.
Stiur Mokolii fioni Maui, I.anai and Molo-
Stnir 0 It Bishop from Waiiilua, Waianao
Htuir Iwalani fiom Kauai
SiTi'unii, Nov. 18.
Amelia, Ward, from thu
Am bktno Klikitat, Cutler, for I'ort Town
send Am lik Matilda, Swensen, for Departure
Bay, li C
Sehr Moi Wahine for Humakua
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am sehr Transit, Jorgensen, for
Vessels Leaving Monday.
fatmr .lames Makee for Ilanaiuaulu, 'Ca
pua, Kiluuea, Kalihiwai and Hunalci at
h .1 m
Itopairs are boing mado to tho
hull of tho S. S. Miowora on the
starboard side. Tho steamer was
still furthur listed to-day.
The men on tho U. S. ilagship
Philadelphia will bo allowed shore
liberty this afternoon. Thoy ro
coivou their monthly allowance yes
terday. Souhor A. do Sonza Cauavarro.
Cousul-Qouoral for Portugal, called
011 board tho U. b'. Uagslup l'liila
delphia yostorda- and was saluted
People who may havo faced starva
tion without an umbrella at Hilo
will appreciate tho cordial invita
tion in this paper to go to tlio Oln.'i
Minister "Willis announces in this
issue that Thanksgiving Day, No
vember 30. will bo observed by hor-
vicos iu Central Union Church and
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
J. Nainaielua was lined $75 by
Judge Robertson this morning for
playing thogamo known as "Russian
War." Kainuwai, a disponsor of
"swipes boor," was sentenced to pay
a .?2(K) fiuo.
Capt. McGregor of tho steamer
Mokolii reports that tho islands of
Molokai and Lauai woro favored
with abundance of rain all this week,
something which they stood greatly
in need of.
Tho Hawaiian National Baud will
not play at tho Sans Souci to-night
hs previously announced, on account
of tlio inclemency of the weather.
If possible, a concert may bo given
there next week.
Itohan, importer of Japanese
goods, is offering a largo variety of
goous suitable for tho (Jliristmas
trade. The choice assortment of
dry goods, porcelain and fancy ware
on viow will well lepay an inspec
tion. It is expected that H. B. M. S.
Champion, hourly expected, will
only make a short stay here. She
will take on board 150 tons of coal,
which is ready for her. From hence
she will go on the usual southern
Largo sized pict ures of members
of Excelsior lodge, nicely framed, in
tho windows of the Pacific Hani
ware Co -attracted a number of peo
ple to-day. They are specimens of
the work done by Artist Good, of
Notwithstanding tho declaration
of U. S. Minister Willis that he will
protect tho peace of Hawaii until
tho Uuitod States Government shall
havo doclared its policy, tho Execu
tive building was filled with armed
volunteers again last night. Extra
mattresses have boon put iu during
tho past fow days and tho Throuo
room has boon used as a sleeping
anartmont for the extra miauls, Tho
artillery company of voTuntoors was
among those on duty.
On Thursday ovoning Co. A, volun
teers, occupied the Throuo room,
Captain Good makiug thorn as com
fortable as possiblo by furnishing
them with blaukots. Tlio company
had boon to the drill shed, it boing
their regular drill night. After tho
drill thoy wore marched over to tho
Eocutive building into tho Throuo
room, whou thoy wore told that they
had to stay there that night. A
member of the company Btatod that
if ho had known thoy woro going to
stay thoro he would not havo gone,
as ho know t hero was no fear of
ST. ANDUEW'S OATIIHUIIAL.
Twenty-fifth Sunday after Tiiui
ty. Holy communion, G:30 a. in.
matins and sermon at 1 1 a. in, Ha-'
waiiau ovonsong, 8:30 p. in. Even
song and Bormon, 7:30 p. m.
Tho sorvicos of tho Second Con- '
gregation of St. Andiow's Cathedral
to-morrow, will Do as loiiows: VI MO a
IS THE BEST
in., morning prayer with sermon;, Forum a durable
To Deum, Hodgos in C; Benedictus, tic coating.
Gubort in E lint; hymns 231 and Retains u el
am; million), "xoacu me, u L.oru, on.
solid inilde of twenty
and elastic, not a brlt-
osg longer than any other
by Atwood. 6:30 p. in., ovoning
prayer with sermon; Magnificat,
Elvoy in P; Nunc Diinittis, Caley in
B ilat; hymns 223, 18!) and 252.
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All
are cordially invited.
STAB LIBEL SUIT.
Examination of Editor Smith Con
tinued Three Days.
Mr. "W. G. Smith, editor of tho
Star, was brought before District
Magistrate Robertson at 9:30 o'clock
to nlead to a charco of libel iu the
first degree by publishing an article
hoadod, "Ashford's Hard Facts," on
the lutn iust., which Mr. Chas. B.
Wilson, the complainant, claims to
injure his fame, good name and
reputation. Specifications woro filed
with a clipping of tho article iu
question by Mr. Antonu Rosa, who
appeared for Mr. Wilson. Judge
Robertson asked defendant whether
he was read to proceed with tho
trial. "As oarly as possible," was
tho editor's reply.
Chas. Li. Carter, counsel for smith,
requested that a specification of the
charge bo tiled with him.
Compliance with this request
necessarily causing some delay, tho
prosecution asked 1 hat tho case be
continued until earl' uext week.
Judgo Robertson advised counsel to
sottlo on a date. After a short parley
Wednesday morning was decided
upon. Tho Courtroom was crowded
AN OLD CROOK CAUGHT.
At (5 and 7 o'clock a, in. Low Masses
as usual. At 5) o'clock Children's
Mass .with English instruction. At
10:30 High Mass with native and
Portuguese instruction. 2 p. 111.,
Rosary aud Catechism, 4 p. 111., in
winter soasou (November to Febru
ary), 4:30 p. in., iu summer season
(February to November), Benedic
tion of t Fib M. B. Sacrament. Week
ly Services -0 aud 7 a. m., Low
CENTRAL UNION OIU'RCH.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a. in. and 730 p. in.
At tho ovouuig service, tho pastor I linked oil
will preach the annual sermon to
young men ou behalf of tho Y. M. C.
A. Young jfooples society 01
Christiau Endeavor will "moot at
6:30 p. in. All are welcome to these
T. M. C. A. HALL.
Sunday, 11 a. in., sorvicos in Oahu
Jail; 1:15 p. in., services in Barracks;
3:30 p. 111., Bible Study iu Y. M. C. A.
6:30 p. in., Gosplo Praiso Service .in
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7:30 p. 111.,
prayor meeting at "Y. M. C. A. Ser
vices in Bethel street hall at 7:30.
Itcslsts the action of acids and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows freely from the linmh without ruti
nintf and spread!! well.
With thu addition of Litharge, yields a
hard surface, suitable for Moors, sto-is, etc.
Mixes readih with iimtuciits irround in
I oil in pa-to form.
I Drilif-a out the teal shades of the colors
and keopn thorn unaltered.
Isanolvent for the most delicate of the
, now cnul tar colors.
iVddcd to varnish greatly improves the
working of the varnisli
Does not darken white lead or iinv dell-
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 actual tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, N the best paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
New Wool Dress Goods,
New Silks, Trimmings,
Laces and Embroideries.
AND l.ATKST Dl'SIONS IX
Wash. DVLaterials !
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday,
November 18th, 20th & 21st.
sr Ladles are cordially Invited to call and Inspect our New Stock -tt
A Cummins for Knolau
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Iwalani 11)50 bags sugar, 80 bags rice
and '21 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Mokolii 100 sheep, 10 calves, ' bul
locks and (13 green hides.
8tmr C. It. Bishop 320 bags rice, 3210 bags
paddy and 2 pkgs sundric.
From Molokai, per stmr Mokolii, Nov 18
-ii j ij rerKins ana 4
For Fort To-wisend, per bktne Klikitat,
Kov 18 Mrs Herbert and 2 children.
Vessels in Fort. ,
U 6 S Philadelphia, Ilaikor, from Callno,
UBS Adams, Nelson, from a crnise
o e auowera, tstott, trom KUney
Am bk Albert, Grilliths, from San Krun-
Am bgtne W G Irwin, Williams, fiom Ban
Polities are discussed without
political color iu tho Hawaiian Hard-
ware Co.'s treatise of to-day. Hon
dry's mixed paints are full of color,
however, and the remarks on mats,
wire fences, etc., are uot too highly
colored for the season. Strange that
tho most diligent advertisers never
growl about dull times.
Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Damon and
their Chinese hoarding pupils gave a
party to the pupils of Kamehameha
school yesterday evening. It was in'
return for an entertainment givon
by the school boys to tho Chinese
pupils. Friends contributed vocal
and instrumental music, aud the
guests woro treated to light refresh
ments. Two horses belonging to tho Boro
tauia street tramcar got loose from
the traces at 6:30 o'clock this morn
ing and with harness on started on
a galop down town. The pair turn
ed down Fort street and whou out
side tho Catholic church yard one
of tlio horses slipped and fell, pull
ing tho other down also. Hue ol
tho horses was badly hurt by tho
fall, and the other slightly injured.
He Stole a Gold Watch and Proba
Lee See, the Chinaman who was
arrested for vagrauey the other day.
and on whom was' found a gold
watch, was sonteneod. to two years'
imprisoninont at hard labor for lar
oeny iu the District Court this morn
ing. Ou investigation by Detective
Larson tho watch had boon found to
WUlUllg- IU till DIUUllJ I11UU lUfllvtllljp l
Kalihi. As will bo remembered it
was reported that there had been
several burglaries committed at Ka
lihi lately, aud among tho tilings
said to have been taken was a gold
watch. Leo See was identified by
tho owiior of tho watch as the Mon
golian who had gone to him one day
to negotiate for tho purchase of chick
ens. Thoy had quite a coufab, but
no bargain was struck. The same
day tho gold watch was missing and
Wdxi da' fort fowls Imd disappeared.
Lee See is recognized by the police
as an old offender.
Tho Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
lani Hall, rear of Opera House. Ser
vices will bo held Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Bible class; 11:15 a. m. and
7:30 p. in., preaching, by Elder J.
C. Clapp. Subject in the evening,
SEVENTH DAT ADVENTISTS.
Seventh Day Adventist Church,
corner Punchbowl and Beretauia
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Bible reading
every Sunday o-ening. Everyone
RAID ON A WINE SHOP.
Am sehr llobert 1-ewers, from Port Gam
ble Am Yacht Tolna, Wiehman, from San
Am bk H C Allen, Thompson, from San
Hawn bk It 1 Itithet, Morrison, fiom San
Nor ship lleacoiiHlield, Il.istiausoii, from
Newcastle, N b'W
Gr bk J 0 Friugor, Woltcrs, from llrenien
fir BL'hr Norma, from Yokohama
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am sehr Allen A, from Kureka, due Oct 1
1 M S S Jlonouul, Oaiey, from han Fran
cisco due, Nov2J
0 A B S Amu u, Btuarl, from Bdno,dut
Am bk Harvester, from S V Hilo, dim Aug
Am bk Martha Davis, fiom lloston, due
lirsliip Vlllattn, from Liverpool, duo Jan
Gcr bk Nautilus from Liverpool, due Di-c
(lor bk Mario Iluckfold, from I.ivi'ipool,
due FeT 1, MU
m'ows were eiiL'UL'i'd
this mornliiL' in coalim: the l. K. b. I'liilii-
The bark It. P. KltliLtaud the hiigantinu
Win, G, Irwin both received sugar from
the steamer V, i Hall to-day.
The barkentiuu Amelia is reported oil
Diamond Head at 2:30 this afternoon, Shu
brings lumber for Allen X Uohlimou from
The departure of the hiirkvntiuv Klikitat
was deferred until this morning ou ac
count of unfavorable uluU, The tug I'hm
towed her out to sea,
The schooner Tranxit received IftJU Iuiur
of sugar from the steamer W, (1. Hall this
morning, Tills being the last roiibluiiiiicut
lo her cargo, ('apt. Joigoucn thinks he
will leave for nan I'rmu'hni to-morrow
All kind of Commercial Printing
promptly cxeouteU at low rata at tlu
ANOTHER STAR LIBEL- SUIT.
Arrest of the Editor for Ropeating
Charges Against Wilson.
Waiter G. Smith, editor of tho
Hawaiian Star, suffered a second ar
rest for libel in tho first degree at
noon to-day, tho complainant boing
Mr. Chas. B. Wilson. Yesterday
aftornoon's ipsuo of the Star had an
account of Mr. Smith's arrest tho
same day at the instance of tho same
complainant, headed in llaring typo,
''C. B. Wilson's Had Hroak," and
which repeated charges of criminal
ity against Mr, Wilson. Mr. Antono
itosa is counsel for complainant. A
bond was filed by Mr. J no. Ennno
Inth to socuro tho release of editor
It is currently reported that sev
eral other libel suits against tint
Star will be instituted.
ProBorvo tho Supplement.
In to-dayV J)uM,i;nx will lie found
a supplement giving a price list ol
holiday goods at the Golden Kulo
Bazaar. It will save an enormous
lot of trouble in oloctiiig presents
Tlio prices are in many cases a mar-
Police Begin Work on a Punchbowl
Captains Andrews aud Hookauo
mado a raid ou a store in the Punch
bowl colony, Punchbowl, owned, by
J. C. Ferroira, and succeeded in cap
turing that gentleman with four
bottles of alleged wine. A bottle of
tho liquor had boon bought by spies
with marked coin. Ferroira was
charged at the Police Station with
selling liquor without a liceuso.
Many complaints havo noon maue
of Portuguese storo-koepors selling
some bort of mixture for wino to
Portuguese. A glass of the liquor
thus dispeused boing available at
five and ton cents, tho quality of tho
mixture can bo imagined, lho poor
wives of tho Portuguese who patron
ize these places, sometimes spend
ing their whole weekly earnings
therein, may be soon hovoriug round
to watch their husbands on paydays
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always
within the bounds of reason because
it is true; it always appeals to tho
sober common sense of thinltuig peo
ple because it is true; and it is al
ways, fully substantiated by endorse
ments which iu thu liuauuial world
would bo accepted without a mo
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, consti
pation, biliousness, jaundice, sink
"The Boot in tho World."
Business dead ? Not much !
Leastwise it is not so with the
(hilifornin Feed Company. We ,
have made a business for our
selves, which litis steadily grown i
through all the hard limes othor
people are complaining about.
We have just secured from Mr. i
J. F. Colburn his old stand, cor
ner Queen and Nuuanu streets, j
and taken possesion of those
large and convenient premises.
Wc had to do m, because our l
old place at Loleo i too small
for our fast-increasing Imsines-.
In a few days the bark "Manna :
Ala" will be here again with her i
fourth full cargo of ITay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that ,
vessel. Wo prefer to select our I
merchandise ourMjlve.-- rather'
than have others do it. which j
means that we get better goods
at a less price.
Wo thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
the past three years, and hope
by strict attention to a business
we thoroughly understand to i
merit the patronage of as many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Use Lrcni, in every respect in the
siiino manner us you would liiibcud
oil, with tin: Millie exception that you
limy .ulil fully onc-iiuiirler more Lu-"
ooi. to the Hiune quantity of pigment
than you would of linked.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochics, and other dry pigments, it it
advisalilu to mix up the p.iiut at least
one day befoie it is to lie used, then
add a tluid more Lucoi. and the paint
will lie found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NKVKK USE JAPANS.
Where hard suifuoob such as floors,
stepb, etc., are required use litharge
only, never use Japans.
MJUOL MIXES WITH VAR
and us-histH their working and im
proves their unpear.iuce hut ihky
SHOULD UK IISKI) SAME DAY THEY AKE
mixed, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may lie precipitated or the mix
The addition of from 4 to -A of Lu-
I col to varnishes docs not reduce their
i lustre nor ret.ird their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
N. S. SACHS
SSO Fort Street, Honolulu.
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholster j s Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN KXTKNBIVK ABSOKTMKNT OF
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
To Lot or Lease.
Etc, Etc, Etc,
JL Rooms and Kitchen
at lili Fort street.
rpVO NK'BI.Y Tlt
JL nislied Rooms for
Gentlemen at No. 4 Garden
eil Cott'ice of three
Rooms, miitahlf for two
Ki'MtlciiKMi, at 7.S Huretania
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO BKtJOND-HANJ) OK DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELl, TELEPHONE 525. -a Ctf MUTUAL TELEPHONE M5.
Thm ih what V. I). Wooilrint, of
lionlly, Ky., Niyf of (Jliuni 1j In i i '.-
('ouch Remedy. He apnke fiom pur
son.il expi-neiu'e in the urn of it, him
clf unit family having jtint huuu
etui'd (if li.ul cmiL'li- and colds by it,
it tul ('oiifiileri- it the tutht in I In world, i
For Hale li all denlei'H. llcilhiili, I
Smilli A: Cu,, Aumitr for the Hawaiian
Ilium aro musical umtniinnnts and
Hiiwiiih' miuthiuon, bullion fancy Hta
tioiiory and othor warns. Do not
throw tho lit nuny, or vou uiity
hu woriy hiifuro thu u'ifl buying
Huiihou iti ovnr. Mr. lioyuolilH Ih UIiih
tratiiif iu tho InisinusHof tlio Ua.aar
tlio ailvaiitagoH of huihui ou a earth
YferrS'i.sfcu1':;, sst Thanksgiving Services.
v. . x-
IX OH AN.
B-iei'Inl iittimtion Is milled to our New I
rtt.tt nRtr.s annns i
Ldle' and Gents' Handkerchiefs :
(With American or Hawaiian Flags)
Shaw In, Hashes, Tahle 1'ovorn. i
Necktiex, UliirU, Etc., Etc. !
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES '
HIilrtH, Pajamas, HuitB,
Kimono PatteriiK, Etc., Etc.
Fancy Poroelain Tea Sets,
CriiiH nml BaucorK, Plates,
Klower Vanos, Etc., Kto.
Christmas Cards, Fancy Envelopes,
Alliums, KaiiHPapur Laiiloina,
'J'alilo t'rumli Pans, Kto., Etc.
Irnportor of Japanese Gooda.
'JUI Kort Ml. near Custom Houso,
EliEOTION OK OFFICERS.
opposite the Hauaiian lloti-l.
NEW HOl'hi: OK FIVE
ltooniH, on MiiKaiuu
Btri'et, v.itli llallirooiii, Pat
out . (!.. etc. t'ominauds
one of the finest, views iu Honolulu.
ply to (177 tf) J. M. VIVAS.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VALU.UU.E PIECES OF
I iiuiiroveil Propurty, located
in dihViuiit Parts of the City of
Honolulu; all han-ains. Ap)ily
for full narticuhirs to
Jittl'OE .v A. .1. r.AHTWKIOHT.
P. (), Hox :wi.
til KI.VG STUEBT.
Just Received per "Australia"
A LAWiK ASSOKTMENT OF
BOYS' SUITS !
Ladies' & Children's Shoes
BLACK LADIES' & CHILDREN'S HOSE,"
FLANELETTES, TABLE LINEN,
SILK i- CRAPE SCARFS,
Rugs and Carpets Selling at Cost !
75 "fort stbt; 75
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OF
:b. :f ehlbrs & co.
Of Dillerent Varieties ami Latect Patterns.
SHIKTS, SILK HANDKEHOHIEKK,
BOS & 511
Canton Wash. Falorios !
A hnnduome Cotton Faliriu; Nun Htylon thlu season; thu elli'cts are fite-Himlloj of ('liiun
HIIUh; to HeH them means to appreciate them.
bilk lliiloli juul out ; real Frunuh dei(;uH are tho linent and the crate of the season.
Oaslnxxiere Su.tliitxs 20 Oents Yard
One of the ImmltiomeHt Wash Materials this nenson entirely new ami
for tho price has no equal,
"WT-iit Tja.vuTns and XDinriity I
In Plain, Striied and Checked in great variety.
tW Dressmaking Under the Muugement of HR8. BENNER. -4FI
Job Printinu neutly and promptly
CMCuUd at th itullftin Ojloti,
I tONI'dltMINd TO AN AMEUICAN
V CiHioiu, Kiini'tiiinud hy tlio Prenidunt
of tile llnituil Hliitos. Thaukht'ivluK Her
vI.'lh ulll he luililTllllKMllAY. Nov. :llli.
in Central I'liion () uruli, ui II a, m. and at !
ht. Aiiilrun ' i;.itiieilral, at huura to uu an
Al.lll'.KT H. WH.L1B,
U, ri, l.enutlou.
.Nov. lb, 1MM. K6-eod
AT THE ANNUAL MEETlNd OFT11P.
Union l'i id I'ij., I.'d. Iiuld In Hono
lulu on the IMh da of Novumlier, IMH,
the following ollloiir wero eleelud to wrm
for tlio uiiHiiliiK 'ar
E. ('. Macfarlaiie
V. V. Allen
P. W. .Macfarlaiie.
TreiiK, A' .Manager.
. .. Allilltor.
r. it. viiia.
Secrelury U, V, Co,, I.t'd.
411-:- King-:- Street
Royal Insurance Company
."The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Klre rink ou all kliiiln of Iniuraiice Prorty Uken at Current Hlsk by
J. S. W.A.T. .ICE3.t
Airent fur tlit liTllu Itltuils.