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100 Doz, Four-in-Hand
"Wortifci SO Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hand
ATortiti T'S Oexrts.
TREGL0AN & SON.
Nrmanti Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HAS JUST RECEIVED BY LATE ARRIVALS
Direct from Chirm! Kinen Mountain Quulit.v' Superior to Any
thing Evei SoM in Honolulu I
Camphor Trunks Filled with Patent Detictive Loeks,
Latest Styles Chinese llambon Chairs and Lounges,
Beautiful Patterns Chineie Silk and Silk Handkerchiefs, Kir.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Alrtuy-i on hand a Choice Assortnii'iit of Cashmeres, Tweeds, Etc , Ete.
IiO-w Prices and G-ood DS7it Guaranteed
IMPORTER AND D BALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Baiter and Island Butter
Hew Goods Received by Every
All Order.-, fuithfullv attend to.
Kilioited and packed with eare.
Lincoln Block, Kino Stiikut,
BOTH TELEPHONES 'J40-
LEWIS & CO.,
' 111 FOKT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale $ Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
IOJiS - HOUSE - CrOODS - A - .SPECIALTY.
Islands Oiideiis Solicited. jgCS gjf? Satlspaotion Guaranteed.
PI. E. McINfYRE & JSRO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Good Kt-uclvoil by Every I'ucl.cl from llic Eastern hlalec and Eurof,
FRESH CALIFORNIA . PRODUCE - HY - EVERY STEAMER.
All Older faithfully attended to anil (InniU Delivered to any
Purl of the til) I'ltlJIJ.
lbU.NIi OllDEDsi SOLIOITED. SaTIsIMOIION (Jl'AIIANTEED.
l.'AHT CORXER POET AND KINO UTRKWrl,
: : : 25c. Each
-P. O. BOX 372
Steamer from San Francisco.
Satisfaction Kiiaruntcit, fland Oidets
Bet. Pout and Alakea Streets.
-P. O. BOX ai7
-1'. O. BOX H5
1 TRADE J
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The umloriiincd lins just
received a la rye and varied
assortment of Hemstitch m
and Krixued Tea Cloths;
also fcome execotlingly hand
some SiDKiioAiti Cloths in
dill'erent lengths, which he
.invites his lady customers
W. C. SPROULL.
"Is there anything new un
der the Run?" You will ask
yourself that question and the
answer is "Go to M. Goi.n
kriiis's and have a look at his
New Patent Ventilated Under
shirt; light, durable and cool.
A summer garment that can
not be surpassed; both in long
and short sleeve. Price 50c.
each. M. (lOi.DiiKiK! is the
sole agent for Dr. G. Jaeger's
Sans Souci" Hotel
(h tolicr .'7. 1SU.1.
Ifiiiiionrilriire such ohl-foshiniicrf thinis
as hnely xceneni, fjitict, jtitre nir, clenr sen
water, guuit fowl nml hcnienly siimel 111117
1111 litftii e his eyes 1 1 cry ei -n imj 01 er the I'nci
jie iiii(7 the tlitntit hill's of Wniimae, I recom
mend him cordially to the '&inv Sori."
ROllElfT UH'IS HTKVKSSON.
T. A. SIMPSON,
For Thanksgiving, Xmas
AND NEW YEAR !
Large Fat Cornfed Turkeys!
sxjcKiiisra- pigs i
CW Iliquiri" of
C. W. MACFARLANE.
C-lONKOKMINO TO AN AMERICAN'
J Custom, sanctioned uv tho President
of the United Statet. Thanksgiving Ser
vices will be held TH IIK8DAY, Nov. :iUth,
at Central Union Chinch, at 11 a. m. and at
St. Andrew'H Cathedral, at hour.i to he an
AI.ISERT S. WILLIS,
U. S. Legation.
Nov. 18, IMM. KnVooiI
ELECTION OF OFFICEKS.
ATTHE ANNUAL MKICTiNG OKTHi:
Union 1'Ved Co., L'd. hold in Hono
lulu on the l."th day of November, li!).l,
the following ollirers were elected to mtvo
for the eimulntrjear:
E. O. Jlacfaihinu Preaiilellt.
W.K. Allen Viru-PreHident.
F. V. Maefarlani'. Trea". .t Manager.
F. Klamii . Auditor.
F. K. Villa Secretary.
V. It. VI DA.
Secretary U. F. Co,, l.t'd.
The Queen street Shaving Parlors
(Adjoining Morgan1!. Atit'tion Hooin)
VOl' AN OI11AIN A
First Glass Shave or Hair Cut
IMI'OKTKII AND DkAI.EK IN
Gent's, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Shoes
No. 103 Fort Stl-oot.
AKIUhT.dl.ASB FAMILY HATJII.Nll
Jtenort at Wulkikl, TrnuicarH hhh
the gatu, Hpcclal arrniigeiuiitilH can hn
mudf for Faiully Picnic and KvuiiIiik
llMtliliij- Parllen. fiK-tf
rpi: HOIIOONKIt 'NUII.MA.'
.1 MTona KeitUtor, mliKtan
tlully built of Oak and I'tulur,
Conner and Conner I'uatciit'd.
Tor iirleu unit naiilcillarit unnlv
7W-tf TIIKO. 11. DAY1US ii 00,
WkITTRN KOR 11IK llt'M.KTIN.
Codarvillo ia situated just on the
borders of ngrovoof gigantic cedars,
lonely outpostB of a onco thick
Sixty-five years have passed since
it was christonod a thriving, busy,
little lutnbor camp then, that grew
larger anil busior n tlio woods wore
lovoled and cosy liomelilio farm
Ifouses woro built one by one on the
site of tho primeval forest.
Some ton yoars after its inception
an additional impetus was given to
its prosperity by tho village vaga
bond, a six-foot specimen of human
ity, named James Burton, tho then
only drouo in the busy hive of
Codarvillo, ami an object of such
dislike that ho was kuown only as
"Lazy Jim" a sobriquet that ho
accepted with the utmost com
placency. Copious draughts of whisky or
"snlruts" as ho termed it with in
tervals of somi-starvation and sun
dry nights in the "opon" on tho
damp ground had caused Jim to sag
an inch or so in his stature while his
stock of solf-respect decreased in a
"Iu tho spring," says the poet, "a
young man's fancy lightly turns to
thoughts of love," and iu that magi
cal season an old mau's faucy turns
forest-wards and to thoughts of fish
ing and hunting and to all the
nameless charms of woodland life,
more especially if he is inclined to
be vagabondisu as well as old. So
iu tho spring Jim untangled his fish
Hues, overhauled his rusty hooks
and battered sinkers, and with
greasy skillet and dirty blanket be
took himself to tho woods with the
slow, shambling gait of the typical
froutiersmau, and tho Cedarvillians
would see him no more until June,
when he would reappear, a little
dirtier, more ragged, and a more 1
thorough vagabond than over, ami
cast his lot with them until August,
when, shouldering his rifle, a relic
of Colouial days, he would be off
again to tho woods to return late in
the fall with a mixed pack of skins,
the proceeds from which kept him
supplied with tobacco and whisky,
and with what Artemus Ward would
have called "semi occasional" meals
of bacou and potatoes until tho eud
To this "ne'er-do-weel" Codarvillo
owed its aftermath prosperity which
came iu this wise: The winter of
70 was an exceptionally severe one
iu Cedarville, and toward tho holi
day season Jim's last flitch of bacon
had disappeared, riud aud all, and
as hunger is one of the greatest in
centives to activity Jim concluded
to have a tussel with his native in
dolence aud the bitter cold, and
started off to dig out a 'possum that
had its habitat in Hepworth's hill.
Aud a hard time Jim had digging
that 'possum out of tho frozen
ground, but get him he did and also
a few specimen rocks, rich in cinna
bar, from tho old mountain that the
townsfolk said was fit for nothing
save to hold the world together; and
from that lucky incident, for tho
ledge was rich and extensive, dated
Jim's trausforniatiou from "Lazy
Jim" to Mr. Burton, from tho
chrysalis of indolence to a butterfly
president of a prosperous Quick
silver Mining Co., whilo tho little
town, from tho same cause, develop
ed into a city. Ralph Tuiisku.
(7V be Continued.)
REAR ADMIRAL STANTON.
Honorable Record of the Lately Dis
Below is an account of tho career
of Rear Admiral Stanton, lately re
lieved of the command at K10 do
Janeiro for saluting the rebel admi
ral's flag. Secretary Herbert, in re
ference to the recall of the admiral,
expressed surprise that au ollicer of
Admiral Stanton's experience aud
standing should commit such a
blunder, and his prompt action was
taken with the purpose of announc
ing to the world that the United
States Government had taken no
stops to refuse recognition to tho
legally constituted Brazilian Gov
ernment, Oscar F. Stanton was born at Sag
Harbor, L. I., July 18, 1881. Ho was
appointed midshipman on December
29, 1849, and until tho following De
cember was at Annapolis. He served
on board the Uuited States steam
frigate Susquehanna in the East In
dies and China sea, and iu the Japan
expedition under Commodore Mat
thew C. Perry from December, 1850,
until Juno, 1853, when he was trans
ferred to tho sloop-of-war Saratoga,
and served with her until her return
to Boston iu September, 1851. He
then returned to tho Naval Aca
demy. In 1855 he was promoted to passed
midshipman, and the next year to
lieutenant. He served during tho
next few years on the Paraguay ex
pedition, tho west coast of Africa
and the Pacific squadron. In July,
1802, he was promoted to Lieuten
ant Commander, and commanded
tho United States iruuboat Tiocra
and the gunboat Piuola. From De
cember, IBM, to March of the fol
lowing year ho was dotailed to
orduauco duty at tho Now York
Navy Yard, and in 1805 commanded
the steamer Tallaposa on tho Florida
and Cuba coasts. Since tho war he
has filled with great credit sevoral
distinguished positions in the navy.
On May 15, 185)1, ho was promoted
to tho rank of commodore, and was
assigned to duty as Governor of tho
Naval Homo on Gray's Ferry load.
Knrly thin year Commodore Stan
ton wai sunt to the South Atlantic,
and as Jtoar-Admiral took command
of the naval squadron iu thosu
"Tin. Be77n tho World."
Tin is what W. I). Wooilrinu, of
boidly, Ky-, miy of Olmmhcrlniii'e
I'uuuli Itciiii'dy, Ho fioke fioin Mr
miiiiiI i'.niu'iikiico iu tho 1 1 i-o of it, him
M'H nml family huiii juxl lueu
ciiiimI of hail cough null cohU by it,
nml cmiMilfiH it the lnJ.it iu th' world,
For Kale by all ilciilerv. IIuiikoii,
Smith ACu.Ayuntd for the Uunuliau
NEW HOME INDUSTRY.
Feed Mill Established by the Union
Whilo a Bulletin roprosoulativo
was walking down Quoon street,
after passing tho abandoucd Pacific
Iron Works, he hoard tho putting of
a steam etigino with the clatter of
other maclnuory. Boiug uuawaro
previously of auy manufactory in
oporation in that locality, curiosity
led him to traco up tho source of tho
enlivening sounds. In an apartment
of tho Union Food Company's Ware
houses an engine was discovered
throbbing out power to a formida
ble array of machines from which a
merry clatter proceodod. It was a
part of that provorbial "hum of
busy industry" which sometimes in
uiauy places is sadly absont. Tho
newspaper man did not bother the
busy hands who woro packing away
bags of somo matoriat from tho ori
fice of tho last machine in a series.
Instead ho wont to headquarters for
desired explanations of this evident
ly new racket in local enterprise.
, Mr. Frod. W. Macfarlane, manager
of tho Unioti Food Company, was
found iu his room in tho olllco of
tho corporation. Iu response to an
abrupt question fired at him, ho ex
plained that tho company nau start
ed a mill for tho manufacture of pro
pared feed on its own account. Ho
conducted tho reporter back to the
mill and explained tho various pro
cesses and proikicts of the plant.
From his information tho brief des
cription following results.
Tho company imports whole bar
ley in great quantities, which it sells
to" those wanting that article, but
from which it manufactures in its
own mill tho rolled barley for the
increasing demand of its growing
patronage. Power is supplied by a
boiler and doublo cylinder upright
engine manufactured expressly for
the company by tho late Uuion Iron
Works. Tim milliiiLT machinery has
all been imported direct from San
FralK,isco ami tho East and is of the
From tho largo warehouse front
ing on Queen street, whore about
20,000 bags of whole barley are stored,
the raw material is convoyed by au
elevator to tho milling room, whoro
it is discharged into a screening ma
chine. This eliminates by moans of
a fau all light foroigu matter such as
dust, chaff, bits of straw, otc. Thou
the barley is convoyed by enclosed
travellers to another machine, whore
it is subjected to a thorough steam
washing process. Evou thus puri
fied, however, tho grain is not yot
deemed ready for the rolling pro
cess. It is carried farther to a ma
chiue called the eccentric which
gives it a tremendous shaking up,
throwing out all tho more solid par
ticles of foreign matter remaining.
With all tho impurities now remov
ed the barley drops through a hop
per into the rolling machine, that
crushes it to tho condition in which
tho feeders of stock desire. Pres
sure can be put on to grind the grain
to flour, but for tho purpose intend
ed little "more than crushing the
husk is dono.
After being rolled the barley is
bagged automatically, the number
of bags filled being recorded by a
mechanical counter. The monthly
output of tho mill is about 5000
bags. Great care is bestowed ou the
baggiug of the product, so as to pre
vent waste in shipping to customers.
All the bags are overhauled before
filling, a sewing woman being em
ployed to make repairs. Mr. Mac
farlane reports tho demand for the
company's rolled barley as increas
ing very rapidly. There is a coru
mill also iu tho outfit, by which all
tho cracked corn and meal sold by
the company is manufactured, and
these products are claimed to be
superior to the imported articles
from the care taken iu selection aud
The company has gone to the
largo expense of setting up this new
home industry so as to have a thor
oughly pure and clean grade of pre
pared feed. About six hands are
employed iu running the mill, and
the outlay for labor is not au incon
siderable item of money kept in the
country. While on the premises the
reporter was conducted to an inside
view of tho five large warehouses of
tho company, situated all convenient
to each other along with the stables
ou tho ground bounded by Queen,
Edinburgh and Halekauwila streets
and tho premises of tho defunct iron
works. They have a storage capa
city of 15,000 balos of liay and 30,000
to 40,000 bags of grain aud flour.
The hay warehouse is the newest, its
framework as well as covering being
iron, aud it was imported from Glas
gow ready to bo sot up. It is 100ft.
x50ft. and the other buildings aver
age about tho same dimensions. Six
drays aud three large wagons are
used for delivery aud shipping ser
vice, and tho heavy weighing is done
on a sot of Fairbanks scales with a
To Lot or LoaBO.
X. iiihed Itoon
'ottilL-e of threu
ItooniH, Hiiltable for two
guiitlumen. at 7,'i Ileretania
Htrrct, opposite ihu Hawaiian Hotel.
VTEW H Of SE Oh' FIVE
!. Itooiun, ou Magaxlnu
Street, with bathroom, Pat- Mill
cut W, C.elo Commands iii
the line! view a In Honolulu. Au
di" If) J. M. VIVAS.
REAL ESTATE FOR BALE.
7 V AM) ARM! I'lLCKS HP
I Improved Property, located
, In dllhruiit Part of the I Uv of
' Honolulu; all Imroiiiw, Apnh
' for full iKirtleulum lo
IllltUli: A A J. lURTWIIUIHT.
livery tlwrlptfan ofJOIU'ltlX'i'lXO
dune f Ac ItttlUttn Uj)kt,
J. HOPP &, CO.,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
Single Pieces mid Sot.
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
In Fine Spring, Hair Wool, Moss and Straw Mattresses.
PILLOWS OF LIVE UKKSK FEATHERS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements In Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas,
Great Variety or Baby Carriages, C.lbs, Cradles and High Chairs.
Our Cabinet-Making Workshop is Snpeilor in Men and Material.
FURNITURE AND MATTRESSES REPAIRED AS GOOD AS NEW.
MATTIXG - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE !
tXf OUR PRICKS ALWAYS THE LOWEST IN HONOLULU. -
J. 5X.OJP& Sc CO.,
aSTo -7-Sb JECim. Street, ... KCoa3.ol-va.l-va., S3C. I.
Next door to the Palace Ice Cream Pnrlora
igh Class Novelties !
Ex S. SChina."
Respectfully Invites her Numerous Pat
rons to INSPECT the
I A ) V Ri 1 j Y
v i ajijj
" , N!l
Received by Last Steamer!
CWNOTE THE ADDRESS
Next door to .the Palace Ice Cream Parlors
Hotel Street, - Oppo, Botbel St.
I.N ilHIIKH TO r.KFKCT A
Before November 30, 1B03,
-THE KNTIRK STOCK OF -
Handsome and Artistic Goods
WILL UK OFFKItED T
Come and See for Yourself !
J. M. de SA e SILVA,
u I" A "jlI A TF Tj "
Mi) FORT STREET.
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15th.
Opening Day for Xmas Goods !
G1U FORT STUBET.
CHAIRS, Sis, Etc,
Are Receiving New IiivoIccb or
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAM KK
Electric Printing: Office,
W bere theJ' nre ulIV prepared to doall
klnds ot work ,n tbe latest Htyles,-at
the 8ijorre8t notjce amj at tne
most Reasonable Rates.
Fine Job Work In Colors a Specialty 1
Wvnnntud In rlia Hfsia Ati.n,.li.A
Executed In the Most Attractive
Read the following partial list of spec
ialties and get the Bulletin's prices be
fore placing your orders. By so doing
you will save both time and money.
' Bill Heads,
Bills of Lading,
' Chock Books,
Labels of every variety,
Petitions in any lunguage,
Pernetual Wasbini: Lists.
General Book Work,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Printed and Blocked when deslrea.
Ustr No Job Is allowed to leave the of
fice until It ((Ives natiKfaction.
4U -a ROTH TELEPHONES W 4U
HUSTACE & CO.
All klnili iu any quantity from
hit); to a ton.
From one Iiiik to iiny quantity.
In l-ft. K-nKlliH ami Hawed or Split,
from a Imj; in any iimtiitity i uUo
WHITE it BLACK SAND