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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
AFTF.lt JUNE 1, 18)3.
iiOOAIi AND QKNEKAL NEWS.
Tho P. G. band at Thomas Square
Tho lato M. Qoldborg loft several
relatives in Ohio, U. S. A.
To Kwa Mill.
Leave Pearl City...
Leave Kwa Mill (1:21 10:43
Leavo Pearl City 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
(3. Sunday oxcoptcd.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
nv c. 1. LYONS.
COMING EVENTS IN FOOTBALL.
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Full moon on tho ikl at 8h, 37m. a. m.
Time Whistle blow uiit 111. 28m. 'M.t. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which lb tho same as I21i. Om.
Oh. of Urcenwich time.
For ovciy 1000 feet of dlatanc ot the obsei
er (from Uic Custom Uousu) allow one sec
mid for transmission of sound, oi n soronds
to a statute mile.
THE DAM BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1893.
TUESIIAV, Xov. 21.
Sehr Mahiniahi fiom Koolau
Tokshay, Xov. 21.
Nor skip Boaconslield, Bastianscn, in bal
last for Victoria, B C
Stmr V G Hall for Lahaina, Maalaca,
Kona, Kuu and Volcano at 10 a in
Stmr Claudine for Kahului, Keanae, Hanu,
Hamoa, Kipahulu, Nuu, Paauhau, Ku-
kaiau at 5 p ni
btmr Mikahala for Nawiliwili, Koloa,
Eleele, Makaweli, Waimea and Kokalia
at 5 p m
Stmr Iwalani lor Nawillwili, Hanamaulu,
Kilauea, Kalihlwai and Hanaloi at 5
Stun Mokolii for .Kaunakakai, Kamulo,
Pukoo, Hulawa, Wailau, Pelekuuu,
Kalaupapa, Lahaina, Ulowalu and
Lanai at 5 p ni
Stmr C It Bishop for Makaweli at 4 p m
Vos8ols Leaving To-morrow.
Irwin, Williams, for San
Am bgtne W G
For Maui and Hawaii, por stmr W G
Hall, Xov 21 Juo Richardson, Col S Nor
ris, Henry Martin and wife, W J Fennel
and wife, .1 Buckley and about 35 deck.
Diamond Head, 3 p. tn.-
clouuy; wind light west.
Tho Mnilo dancing club will start
up again in about two weeks.
"Alabama Mitchell," tho dope spy,
has not been soon for quite a while.
Ouo now case of scarlatina is re
ported in tho family of IT. C. Austin
i Another libel suit looms up, but
this time a Star mau is the com
plainant. Tho C. A. S. S. Warrimoo, duo
next Thursday, coming on tho Mo
nowai's time will not havo the Amer
A spocial mooting of tho Strangers'
Frioud Society will bo hold to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock in tho Y.
M. C. A. parlors.
Tho first libel suit against V. G.
Smith, oditor of tho Star, will bo
.hoard in tho District Court at 9:!50
o'clock to-morrow morniug.
Tho Kauluwela school reopened
yesterday after two weeks' suspen
sion on account of the diphtheria
cases in its neighborhood.
Jas. I. Dowsett, Jr., who has been
confined to his homo at Fuuloa, has
greatly improved and there are
hopes of his ultimate recovery.
Readers will find original matter
on every page of tho Bulletin. This
feature will bo maintained as con
stantly as possible for tho advantage
Two Chinamen arrested yester
day for affray at Fuukolo were found
guilty in the District Court this
moruiDg, and sentenced to pay a
Fine of $3 each.
Tho yacht Tolua will sail for Hilo
as soon as her crow, which is short
of three or four men, is completed.
Tho yacht, after visiting Hilo, will
sail for Tahiti.
A native baby died in tho rear of
the Chinese Church last night. In
accordance with an ancient custom
the child's clothes wore burnt and a
luau is being held.
The noxt mail from the Coast will
bo by the S. S. Mouowai, due hore
on Thursday next. Probably the
usual day's allowance will havo to
be made for delayed English mails.
The sailing of tho brigantine V.
G. Irwin for San Francisco has been
postponed until to-morrow or noxt
day. She will take a mail from tho
Postoffico. All letters intended to
go by her must be marked accord
ingly. A Japanese with a ton-foot pole
attracted the curiosity of a number
of people on King street this fore
noon. Tho Jap had some kind of
gum plastered ou the euu oi tne
pole, with -which Vih nmnngnil to
"stick" several sparrows. Tho man
stated that that was the way t hey
caught small game in Japan.
Further evidence was taken to
day on the sudden death of Frode
rika Renkeu. The report of Prof.
Lyons was submitted but is held in
abeyance pending the conclusion of
the inquest, which has oeeu pose
Several Olubs at Practice Great
Game for Thanksgiving;.
The Honolulu football club is
having daily practico on tho lawn in
front of tlio Barracks, for thoir
match with tho Pacifies. Tho Paci
fies aro hard at practice at Kamoha-moha-schools
for tJieir match with
tho Puuahous on Thanksgiving Day,
on tho Loaguo grounds, while tho
latter aro getting into condition on
tho Oahu College grounds. From
all appearances tho I'acifio-Puuahou
football match will bo one of tho
most exciting events in tho sporting
history of tho city. Both teams aro
composed of good playors, somo of
whom havo figured in gamoR in
United States universities. A small
admission foe will bo charged, and,
in addition to a contest of pluck
and muscle, the band will be in at
tendance. Tho Honolulus and Puuahous will
havo a final practice game on Satur
day afternoon. After the match
with tho Puuahous tho Honolulus
will contest with tho Pacifies.
HER PROPELLER WAS BROKEN.
Saved My Wife'3 Life
Damage to the Polo by Collision
With a Wreck.
About throe weoks ago, as report
ed in the Bulletin, tho schooner
Liholiho, lying on the reef at Maka
weli, began to broak up. Tho steam
er Pele was at tho time lying at
anchor in that port. During tho
night the stern of tho steamer was
collided with by a portion of tho
wreck, and she had to put out to
sea to avoid a casualty. The Polo
has made two trips since, durinir
which a thumping has been felt by
tho steamer's people, donoting that
there was something wrong with tho
vessel. On her return from Maka
weli this trip she was hauled ou tho
Marino Railway, and it was ascer
tained that ono-half of one of the
blades of her propeller had boon
broken off. Tho corresponding ono
on tho opposite side has boon cut
off, and tho steamer will make her
trips with two whole and two half
blades ou her propeller. A new
three-blade propeller will, in the
meantime, be cast.
IS THE BEST
perfectly solid Inside of twenty
John W, Jonea
" Of my own free will and accord, unbiased by
nyono, and wishing only to do Rood to tho
afllloted, I wish t tell of the Rood qaalltlei
Hood's Sanaparllla and Hood's rills. I think
there arc no medicines aqual to them, and hav
firoved their merit by experlenoe In my own
amily. My wife, .Rachel, has boon aultctad
with weakness, nervousness, and salt rheum. I
spent nearly nil that I had of this world's Roods
for doctor's bills aivl medicine until wo decided
to try Rood's Sirsaparllla. It undoubtedly
Saved My Wife From the Cravo.
Ths salt rheum has entirely healed and she Is
rrelared lo gaod lirnlih. I have many
friends and t datives In tho cast who will be
glad to know that
Forms n durable and elastic, not n brit
Retains Its gloss longer than any other
Hearts the action of acids and nlknlies
better than any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
nlng and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields a
hard surface, suitable for Moors, stop, etc.
Mixes readily with pigment1' ground In
oil in paste form.
Brings out the real shades of the colors
and keops I hem unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicnte of the
now coal tar colors.
Added to varnish irrentlv Imnrovi-s the
0I I working of the varnish.
Does not darken white lead or any deli
lias cured my
.TrtrM W. .Tnvna
HOOD'8 PlLt-8 rth tt after dinner PlUt,
Milit digestion, cure headache. Try box. 150.
HOBKON, NKWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Vessels in Port.
USS Philadelphia, Barker, from Calliio,
USS Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
S S Miowera, Stott, from Sydney
Am bk Albort, Grilliths, from Sun Fran
cisco Am schr Robert (.ewers, from Port Gam
Yacht Tolna, W'ichmun, from San
Am bk S C Alien, Thompson, from San
Am bktne Amelia, Ward, from San Fran
cisco Am bktne Irmgard, Schmidt, from San
Am bark Alden Besse, FriN, from San
Hawn bk R P Kithet, Morrison, from San
Gr bk J C Pllugor, Wolters. from Bremen
Br schr Norma, from Yokohama
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am schr Allen At from Kureku, due Oct 1
It M S S Monowai, Carey, from San Fran
cisco due, Xov 23
CASS Arawa, Stuart, from Sydney, due
Am bk Harvester, from 8 F Hilo, due Aug
Am bk Martha Davis, from Boston, due
Br ship Villatta, from Liverpool, due .Ian
Ger bk Xautllus from Liverpool, due Dec
Ger bk Mario Huckfeld, from Liverpool,
due Feb 1, 'IM
poned until Monday next. iir. joyous
found arsenic in tho contents of the
girl's stomach submitted for analysis.
The assistant secretary of the an
nexation club, on learning of the de
spatch which came by the barken
tino Irmgard yesterday, in re the
situation in Hawaii, said that that
was just what they wanted. Tho
annexationists covered 63 percent
of the eligible voters of tho island,
"accordinc to his books." "What
hoi Warder! Let the portcullis
James McCabe, a bluojackot,
caused tho arrest of E. White yes
terday for alleged usinjj of threaten
ing language toward him on Satur
day last. The complainant stated
that White and himself had trouble
previously at Mare Island. Captain
Andrews, who made tho arrest, said
that White told him that ho did not
give a rattlesnake for McCabo's life.
White was discharged this afternoon.
Important to Stockmen.
Mr. C. W. Macfarlano makes an
announcement of great importance
to owners of all kinds of live stock.
It is that he has been appointed sole
ent. for the Hawaiian islands and
:io United States, for the celebrated
remedies of Dr. Pottie, tho eminent
veterinarian of the New South Wales
Government. An extensive list of
the remains will bo found in the
AN OLD RESIDENT GONE.
Henry Dimond Passes Away at
an Advanced Age.
An old rosidont passed awav last
night in the person of Mrs. Ann
Maria Dimond, the wife of Mrs.
Henry Dimond. She died at the
residence of Houry Waterhouse, in
the 8(ith j'oar of hor age. Mrs.
Dimond was a native of Now York
City, and came hero with her hus
band in 1835, among the sixth con
tingent of American missionaries.
Mr. and Mrs. Dimond were tho last
survivors of that band. Bosides her
husbaud, tho deceased leaves four
out of seven children, uaineiy nor,
W. H. Dimond of San Francisco,
and Mrs. H. Stanirenwald, Mrs.
Henry Waterhouse and Mrs. hi. M.
Dimuud uf llouoliilu. Old age was
the cause of her death. The funeral
will take place at -1 o'clock this
afternoon, from tho residence of
Mr. Honry Waterhouse, Nutiauu
"The Best in the World."
This is what W. 1). Woodring, of
Bordly, Ky., say of OhanibcilaiiiV
Gouh Huniudy. He spoke from pcr
honnl cxperiunco in tho use of it, him
self and family having just been
cured of bad cougJi- and colds by it,
and connidorh it the bct in the world.
For sale by nil tlcalurr.. Benson,
Smith ifcOo., AgontH for the Hawaiian
An unusual attractive variety of XKW
(iOODS to meet the taste and want- of
our island community. Apart
from u line stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- JS THK XKW SKABOX'h -
New Wool Dress Goods,
New Silks, Trimmings,
Laces and Embroideries.
ANJ) 1.ATK.ST DK8ION.S IX
tliun any other oil.
less pigment than
Has greater body
nny oincr ou.
Can be added to linseed oil and it will
greatly Improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
By actual tests, hns outlasted the best
Therefore, Is the bpst pulut oil over man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
Ihe Lucoi. in every respect in the
same maunci u you would linseed
oil, with tin' single exception Unit you
tuny add fully one-quarter more Lu
ooi. to the siune quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In tibing metallic, Venetian red, the
ochics, and other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the paint at least
one day before it is to be ummI, then
add a third more Lircoi. and the paint
will be found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NEVER USK JAPANS.
Whore hard surfaces such as doors,
steps, etc., arc requited use litharge
only, never use Japans.
MJ0OL MIXES WITH
"Waslx IMIetterials I
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday,
November 18th, 20th & 21st.
fflsT Ladles are cordially Invited to call and Inspect our Nev Stock Xwa
N. S. SACHS
SSO Fort, Street, Honolulu..
lug near the
The bark S. C. Allen. I
Fishmarket, Is being scraped
The steamer AV. G. Hall Killed for Maul
and Hawaii this morning with a heavy
load of cargo,
Kepairs on the hark J. C, l'llugor Is pro
gressing. The starboard bulwark and
mainmast have been repaired,
The Irmgard Is discharging at Brewer's
wharf, tho Alden Besse at the Oceanic
wharf, and the Amelia at Allen A itobln
The steamer Ixihua of the Wlldor's S S.
Co., which has been plated ou the idlo list
foralong while past, will be re-couimi-sioned
The schooner Hawaiian! sailed for Koo
lau yesterday morning, but at 2:30 jester
day afternoon she was only half-way out
the passage. At I) o'clock tills morning she
had just passed the spar buoy.
The Norwegian ship Beacoiislleld, ('apt.
Bastlauseu, suited in ballast for Victoria,
B. C, this afternoon. Her mainmast,
which was struck by lightuiiiu while
on her way hero and injured, will be re
paired ou arrival at Victoria.
The scluHiuer Itohert I.eworii, lying at the
new Fort-street wharf, hoa. about l.VKll
hags of sugar in her hold, and the burk it.
1. Kithet, lying at the hiuutl ulmrf, has
300U bugn of Migar and ftl tons of copra.
Both vetiHelHuruuxpvctliig more sugar from
tho other Islands.
same connection, so that owners of
stock can select just what they want.
A croat deal of tho wealth of those
islands boing in food, working and
pet animals, and it is no small boon
to havo at hand remedies preventive
of disease and death among them.
Tho P. G. band, Prof. Uorgor,
loader, will play at Thomas Smiaro
this evening at 7:!K) o'clock. Follow
ing is tho program:
Business dead ? Not much !
Letistwiso it is not so wiin me
California Feed Company. Wo
havo made a business for our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all the hard times other
people aro complaining about.
We have, just secured from Mr.
J. F. Collmru his old stand, cor
ner Queen and Nutiunu streets,
and taken possession of those
large and convenient premises.
We had to do so, because our
old place at Leleo i- too small
for our fast-increasing business.
In a few days the hark "Muuiui
Ala" will be here again with her
fourth full cargo of J lay and
Grain, houcht hv our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vessel. We prefer to select our
merchandise ourselves rather
than have others do it, which
means that we get better goods
at a less price.
We 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
merit the patronage of as many
CAL1FOIJNJA FKED CO.
Also n line of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Talc.
Additional to a bewildering supply of the j
cuMomary good goods for all good
people N a stock of
That are as useful as they are novel and
attractive, and of all kind" and sires.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
CTP'Sknta ClauV HKAiKit'urmu. has
always been noted for its supply of Dolls
and all the etceteras of dnlldom, ami this
season leads them all.
Nankin Doll", Bag Dolls, Ititblier Dolls
China Dolls, Dolls with Fine French Bis
iie Heads, Dolls with soc.ilh d Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
-pvVT T O with Ileal Human Hair,
IJKJlLjiJ Dolls with Natural book
ing Hair, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and ome with No Hair at all.
Sleeping- Dolls, "W nkeful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls.
-pv"r f O in Full Dress, Half Dies
lJKjXjlji3 and Undress and ranging
from about three inches to nearly three
feet in size, and from ten cents to ceveral
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls, English Dolls,
Herman Dolln, American Dolls,
KMiuimaux nous, Indian lion
and assists their working and im
proves their appearance hut ihkv
.sH01Jl.ll UK IJSKI) SAME DAY T1IKY AUK
MiXKD, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may bu piccipilutcd or the mix
The addition of fiom to of Lu
coi. lo varnishes does not reduce, their
lustre nor retard their hardening and
drying anil it prevents their cracking.
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Streot, oppo. Betliol Street.
Furniture, Upholstery i Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ABSOUTMENT OF
m G. IRWIN & CO,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
I Etc., Etc, Etc.
I w M
wararoDes, Hiattrasses, rniuws, t.iu., maue iu uiuwr,
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAOED QOOD8 KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL. TELEPHONE S25. - T" MUTUAL TELEPHONE W5.
latto Dolls, Darkey Dolls
Tvir T Heads, Doll Bodies, Doll
I II II j j Wlifs. Doll's Arms. Doll's
Shoes, Doll's Stockings, Doll's Hats, Doll's
Parasols. Doll's Jewelry. DoII'h Fun, Doll's
March Pro Patria nt (Uoilu
Overturn The Armourer.
Oavotto Circus Ben. . .,
Selected -11 Trovatore .
Variations on a (ieruiun hong
Ballad The bast Chord. .
Wulu liver and Anon ..
Quadrille Teutonic Songs. ..
... . Ochs
Cradles, Doll's Bedsteads, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages. Doll's Tea Set',
Wash hets ami seis of lots of necessary
lliiiiLM to complete the happiness of a
doll's mamma's life.
Kipial liberal provision is made in all the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
OPTDOOll GAMES, INDOOR UAMKS
,. B O O Kl S ...
That are a joy to behold.
Hvertbodv and all ages provided
for at Sania Ci.m h' lihtnttUAirmrs.
As nJ.ws v,
Special attention is called to our New
Christmas Goods i
SILK DRESS GOODS !
LadleV and Gents' Handkerchiefs
(With American or Hawaiian Flags)
Shawl-, Sashes, Table Covers,
Neckties, Shirts, Etc., Etc.
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, PajauiH", Suits,
Kimono Patterns, Etc., Eto.
Fancy Porcelain Tea Sets,
Cups and Saucers, Flutes,
Flower Vasos, Etc., Etc.
Christmas Cards, Fancy Envelopes,
Alliums, Fans, Paper lanterns,
Table Crumb Pans, Etc., Etc.
Importer of Japanese G-oods.
JQil Fort St., near Custom House.
Just Received per "Australia"
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's Shoes
BLACJK LADIES' A: CHILDREN'S HOSE,
FLANELETTES, TABLE LINEN,
SILK & CRAPE SCARFS,
Rugs and Carpets Selling at Cost !
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75 FORT STRBET 75
Mi I. M4
P. O. Box JMS.
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OF
B. IF. BHLBRS 5c CO.
Ill KING STREET.
llOI.Dlll'.ltO-ln Hun Francisco, Cut., Nov.
', 1K!U, Maurluu Uoldberg of Honolulu,
a native of Ourmaiiy, aged ID years,
DIMOND -In till, city, Nov. 'JU, ls!U, Ami
Murlu llliuuiid, Hucd &"i )uarK uud u
Ohnmborlain'a Colic, Oholorn and
Whim' trmiblwl with pain in tlio
Htoinuch, billons colio or (liiirrhu'it
yivo this iiuuliuiiio a trial and yon
will liu inoru limn pluasod with thu
roHiilt. It i phmsant, tmft ami re
liable). 25 and Ml uunt boltlfH Tor
Haiti by all doulors. Buiihoii, Smith
Co., Ayotits for thu Hawaiian
tO.N'FOIt.MINli '10 AN AMEIMCAN
Custom, sanctioned by tlio rreslilelil
of the United btutci., i Imnki-glving ror
vices will be held THUIIHDAY, Nov.SUtli,
at Central I'niou Cbilich, at 11 A. M. and at
St. Andrew's Cathedral, ul hours to be an-
iioiiii 1 Intnr.
Al.lir.ItT h. WILLIS,
II, h, l.cuatlon.
.Nov. 1, 1!M. MCVniod
FOK. S ALB I
MBS. A. M. MKLL1B HAS HE8UMED
Dressmaking and will he pleased to i
sec her patrons ut her former establish- i
incut, 518 Fort street, Honolulu. j
SOMETHING NEW !
1 F YOU ARE
X wall, do not forget
GOl NO TO HILO, H A-
to call In at the
4 LI. PEIIHONS
sY agaliul r.lisiUNi. Haiit will please
present the samo to the undersigned al
olllcu. Merchant Street.
J. M, MU.Mi.MUU l
Honolulu, Nov. I( IJ.
Jiast Opened !
Of Dlllerclit Varieties and Latest Patterns.
SHIHTS, SILK HA.N'DKr.ltUHICI'h,
Christinas Goods nod Curios
Etc.. M'. i:ti.. Klf.
I-jO-w PrioeB I
, 411 -:- King -:- Street
BOS A 511 PORT STR.HJHJT.
OarLton. "Weisli. ITeiJorios !
A handsome Cotton Fabrio; New Styles this season, the etlects are fac-slmiles of China
Silks; to see them means to appreciate them,
3UC.A.:FtTJ S.A.TEEnSTS !
Silk finish just out , real French designs are the finest and the urnze of the season.
Cashmere Sutolirxies SO Cents Ya-rci I
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this season e'utirely new and
fur the priie bus no equal,
"Wliite ijEL-wns elxicI IDimity I
In Plain, Striped and Checked in great variety.
tV Dressmaking Under the Management of MRS. RENNER. J&
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
IW Fire rinks on all kjndii of Insurance Property taken at Current Rink by
&cut tor the lUwlln lulandi.