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100 Doz, Four-in-Hand
"VsTortih. SO Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hand
"Wortla 75 Cents.
H S TRE6L0A
JJj Ma 1 11 LiA LAV? l
Ntmanu Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HAS JUST RKU-KIVKI) JiY LATH ARRIVALS
Dlreet from Chinul Finest Mountain Quality' Superior to Any
thing Kvei Hold in Honolulu!
Camphor Trunks Fitted with Patent Dettetive Locks,
Latest Styles Chinese Jicnuboo Chairs and Lounges,
Jieautiul Patterns Chinese Silk and Silk Handkerchiefs, Etr,
High Class Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Always on hand a Choice Assortment of Cashmeres, Tweeds, Etc , F.te.
TiO-w Prices stiaci Good BTit Ous.rEL:nteeci
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Butter
t0" ALWAYS ON HAND M
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
UT All Oiden faithfully utU-nd to. Biitlsfiietion giitiriinteed. Island Ordeip
olluiled and pui ked with enre."
Lincoln Block, Kino Stbkkt, Bet. Fobt and Alakea Streets,.
BOTH TELEPHONES lUO-
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - fJOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Jb'LANDS OlIDKHS SOLICITED, & &&" SATISFACTION GuAItANTEKI).
H. E. McINTYKE & "BRO.,
- IJirOItlEllb AND di.alkksi in
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Good Ret-clved hy lively I'urkul from Ihu LiiHcrn .Stales mid F.uinpe,
FRESH - CAMFOK.VIA PRODUCE - IJY - EVERY - STKAMEK.
All Order fultlifillly iiltenilcil to and (loud Delivered In liny
irurt of tiiD city ritin;. '
IriMNP OlIDRIH Sot,l()Tl. Sa'IW.UITION GlUIUNTELU.
KAHT (JOU.VKU TOUT AND KJ.NO BTHKKTfl,
: : : 25c. Each
: : : 35c. Each
N & SON.
-P. O. BOX 3712
-P. O. BOX a7
-P. O. BOX 115
f TRADE J
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The undersigned hits just
received u lurjje nnd varied
assortment of JIkmstitciikii
anm) FiuNdiit) Tka Cloths;
also souki exceedingly hand
homo SiDicnoAUi) Cloths in '
different lengths, which he
invites his lady customers
W. G. SPROULL.
SOMETHING NEW !
"Is there anything new un
der the Sun?" You will ask
yourself that question and the
answer is "Go to M. Goi.n
bkko'h 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 sleeves. Priee 50c.
each. M. Goli)Iu:ko is the
sole agent for Or. G. Jaeger's
"Sans Souci" Hotel
Seaside ffitafjsl Resort
"Waikiki, : : : : Honolulu.
Orlubci S7, ISM.
If tiniune deiirr fuch aUl-fashionett things
as linely scenenj, quiet, pure air, cteur sen
Hitler, guud food unit lirnienly nitnsitt hnmi
out before hN eyes etery en nitty mei tlie I'nci
fie (iml the JiMiinl hill nf HViiim.ir, ncitin
niend hi in Curilintlii to the "Sttni Sonri."
nnnKitr i.ofis sTi:vi:xsny.
T. A. SIMPSON,
For Thanksgiving, Xmas
AND NEW YEAR !
Large Fat Gornfed Turkeys!
HOT- Inquire of
C. W. MACFARLANE.
CIOSKOUMINO TO AN AMERICAN
' Oustuin, sunolioned hy thu President
of the United States. Thanksgiving Ber
vieea will he held THURSDAY, Nov. :S0th,
ul Central Union Chinch, til 11 a. m. and at
St. Andrew's Cathedral, at hours to he an
A1.IIKRT S. WILLIS,
U. S. Legation.
Nov. 18, IMU. ("85-eod
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
ATTHK ANNUAL MEKTINO OFTHK
Union Feed Co., L'd. held in Hono
lulu on the IStli day of Noveinhor, 1MKJ,
the following ollieers were uleeted to serve
for the ensuing year:
K. O. Maefuilami .. . President.
W. K Allen . . . Vice-President.
K W. Muefarlaue. TieuN, it Manuger.
F. KJaiuji . . Audiior.
F. R. Vida .. .Secretary.
F. R. VI1JA.
88a-lw Secretary U. V. Co., Lt'd.
The Queen street Shaving Parlors
(Adjoining Morgan's Auction Room )
ll! fV.N oliTAIN A
First Class Shave or Hair Cut
iMfllltl Kit NI llKAI.tll IM
Geut's, Ladles' aud Children's Boots, Shoes
No. 103 Port 3trraot.
AFIRbT-CLABS FAMILY I1ATHISO
Reeort tit Waikiki, TiitineiirH puns
the Krtto' Hpeulul iirriingeiiieiitH can lie
iniiitii for Ftimlly Pleiilc and ICveuliiK
llathlllK 1'uilies. (M tf
A fiSTnllK Ifei'.lMcr. Mlllrhlll-
llully Imllt uf Ouk and I'diliir:
Conner and Connor rauneil'j
I'nr iirlcuuiid intrilciiliirit uiiply
7flJ-l TJIKO. II, DAVlKb A CQ.
(Continued from hi Page.)
ho wout to Now York for surgical
attontion to a disonsod j.iw aro not
justified by his apparently robust
SOCIETY OF NAVAL UICIHTIXTS.
Pormanont organization was clTi'ct
ed at Now York of tho Sociotv of
Naval Architouts and Marino liu
ginoers. Throo hundrod uiouibors
woro assotnblod. U. A. Crisson was
choson prosidont, and Tlioodoro W.
Wilson, Chiof Constructor of tho U.
S. navy, first vico-prcsidont. Charles
H. Cramp of Philadelphia nddrussod
tho society on "Evolution of the At
lantio Qroy hound." Ho criticized
the English buildurs, noting espu
cially thoir aversion to statistical
It is reported that tho Sultan of
Morocco otTora further indemnity to
Spain and will give additional guar
antee of a strict obsorvauco of treaty
Tho Popo received -1000 Loinbar
dose aud Viennese pilgrims on the
ltith. Tho Popo oiliciatod at mass,
after which tho loader of tho pil
grims presented addresses. Tho
l'opo s reply contained tho remark
that tho Holy Father protested
against the charge that ho was tho
enemy of Italy and described tho
accusation as an impudent calumny.
An explosion in a mine at Airdrie,
Scotlaud, sot tiro to two shafts, aud
Ufty-two minors woro shut in aud in
danger of suffocation.
The impoudiug couforonco be
tween tho English coal-mine owners
and tho delegates of tho different
miners' associations, under tho presi
dency of Lord Itosebery, at tho For
eign Office, has brought business at
tho Coal Exchange to a standstill.
Sir Kobert B. Morior, one of Brit
ain's most eminent diplomat", died
Nov. 16 at Montreal, Lake Geneva.
He was about Gli years of age and at
his death was the Britisli Embassa
dor to Russia.
An acute political crisis prevails
at Belgrade, Servia. Tho radical
party declines to give further sup
port to the Government on the
grouud that its policy is being direct
ed by ex-King Milan. They want M.
Hastics, tho now Minister to St.
Petersburg, as Premier, and the King
DYNAMITE AT MARSEILLES.
At midnight of the 16th an at
tempt was mnde to blow up tho offi
cial residence of General Mathelin,
commander of tho 15th Army Corps,
at Marseilles, France. Cases of dyna
mite woro placed in sentry box inches
around the house, but a bomb that
was intended to explode them failed
in that result. Much damage was
done by the bomb but nobody was
hurt. Forty anarchists, including
ton foreigners, woro arrested. Tho
outrage is supposed to bo tho work
of street strikers.
Emperor William, in formally
opening tho German Heichstag on
the 16th, thanked that body for
leasing uiu army uiii in juiy. ne
outlined tho scheme of distributing
the public burdens among the vari
ous States, and announced a bill rela
tive to the taxation .of tobacco and
wine aud the levying of imperial
He said commercial treaties had
been concluded with Spain, iiou
mauia and Servia. It had been found
necessary to raii-e Kussiau import
duties to an unusual degree, but it
was hoped the pending negotiations
with Russia would lead to the Abro
gations of these measures.
Ho said there hud been no chauge
in the rolati ns with foreign Govern
ments, aud closed with tho hope that
tho blessings of peace would con
tinue to abide with tho nation Tho
speech was warmly cheered.
Ou the day nf tho opening tho
ceromouy of administering tho oath
of allegiance to recruits at tho Ber
lin Spaudau, Charlotteuburg and
Lichterfelt garrison took place in
front of an altar which had been
erected in tho Lust Gardon. In his
address the Emperor said: "You
have sworn allegiance to mo in tho
prosouco of God. You thus, at the
same moment, became my soldiers
and my comrades. You have tho
honor of belonging to my guard and
of being stationed in and around my
residence at the capital. You are
called upon iirht to protect mo
against foreign and internal foes.
Bo faithful, and do not forget your
honor is mine."
hank of i:nolxd scandal.
An announcement that Cashier F.
May of tho Bank' of England had
resigned on a pension, after 20 years
of service, is followed by tho state
ment that his resignation was com
pelled by the directors, and that no
pension is given him for tho roaoou
that he has involved tho bank in
Tho cashier was intrusted with al
most absolute power in making in
vestments. A short time the (Firec
tors found cause to question tho
soundness of his judgment, which
was subjecting the bank to unaccus
tomed losses. They voted to retire
him on half pension. After furthor
investigation into tho nature of his
investments, they decided to retire
him peremptorily, and refused to
it seems that tho ollicor's son was
chairman or a loading director in
some of (he so-called trust com
panies of which so many have gone
to tho wall during tho last twelve
months, revealing a lamentable state
of financial unsoundness. In the
companies in which his son was
deeply interested the cashier of the
Bank of Kugland iuvestod largo
sums of tho bank's money by virtue
of thodiHcrotiouary power intrusted
to nun, Tho collapse oi tlie com
panies swamped those investments,
Tho correspondent of thu Boston
Herald puts the loss of tho bank at
not less than $1,000,000 and possibly
2,XMXK) or 3,()OO,OO0 A state,
inont ih intido in the liiiaucial article
of tho Loudon Teloirraph that it is
i I'laiuuid the loss by -May's operations
will not exceed $100,IKKJ. Tlio Timos
attributes tho sensational rupurts to
bo the creation of tho bears, who
have bueu uipiiroliUHiiig, but thinks
tho bunk would bo wull udvUod to
bronk its customary reticence and
make known how small is tho basis
of fact on which tho rumors rest.
THE nnAZILIAN EMBROOLIO.
The New York World's Rio do
Janeiro correspondent cables: Lieut
enant Boauchamp Mowbray, second
officer of tho British flagship Cirius;
Lieutenant Tuppor, serving on tho
Rncor, aud Subaltern Starris and
Seaman Lynch woro blown up in
tho great explosion of tho insurgent
powder magazines on Mattoso Point
ou Friday evening. Five English
sailors woro also badly hurt. Tho
Brazilians claim that thoy woro
making torpedoes for tho use of tho
insurgent iloot, while the foreigners
claim that they woro picnicking on
Tho World's correspondent had
just returned from Niohthoroy. Tho
scones thore woro appalling, aud tho
misery is groat. Ovor 100 houses have
boon utterly destroyed and 2000
people injured. Tho streots are full of
uouies aim noons, ah uiu peupie
ablo to do so have removed from tho
town, but a few thousand are hiding
in tho woods boyoud tho outer sub
urbs. Mothers and young girls are
begging scraps of food from tho sol
diors, and the patriotic battalions
are dividing their rations with the
All tho forcos maintain their firm
attitude. All northern States, Mia
mis, San Paulo and Rio do Janeiro,
aro united in favor of the existing
Government. Tho bar forts and
laud batteries aro strong and loyal,
aud the morale is excellent. For
days thoy have stood the severe
bombardiiviut of tho Hoot and Fort
Villegagnon and of tho batteries at
Mocauguo without lliuchiug when it
was thought that thoy would go un
der almost instantly.
The Brazilian tleot to be bought
in tho United States by the agents
of President Poixoto will include at
least thirty vessels. Flint & Co will
soud a check for $200,000 for tho
Ward Lino steamship City of Wash
ington and sho will bo transformed
speedily into a sister cruiser of the
Captain Zaliuski says if he gets
leave ho will go as far as the West
Iudies ou El Cid, the dynamite gun
boat. If the men can be trained
sufficient' to operate tho dynamite
gun before reaching Brazil, he says,
the gun will do good work.
Four hundred dervishes who at
tacked the Murat wells were repulsed
with a loss of 2!) after twenty-four
hours' fighting. Tho Egyptian loss
was Saleli Bey, Khalifo Boy aud 15
others killed. The death of Saleh
Bey is deeply regretted, as ho had
held command in the Eastern desert
for nine years.
L'toile Beige at Brussels has re
ceived dispatches reporting recent
fighting in the Congo State. They
say that Captain Ponthier, after cap
turing Kuriudo, pursued the hostile
Arabs aud crushed them complete
ly. Ho sm ceeded in capturing, it is
said, Bon Abadi, who is r- sponsible
for tho assassination of Emin Pasha,
and was shot.
A Common Occurrence.
It is not unusual for colds con
tracted in the fall mouths to hang
ou all winter or as soon as a person
is over one cold to contract another.
This succession of colds is what
causes chronic catarrh aud bron
chitis. One or the other of those
diseases is almost certain to bo the
result. For this reason it is of much
importance that colds contracted ut
this seasou of the year receive
prompt attention. Thoy can be
quickly cured if Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is used. It acts on
natures plan, loosens the cold, aids
expectoration, and relievos the
lungs, soon effecting a permanent
euro. 23 aud 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for tho Hawaiian
Rooms to let with board at Ilaui
For Now Silks and Infants' Out
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
Dr. R. I. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Goo.H. Huddy dT D. S., has
removed his office (from King street
to Beretania street', near Emma.
Soft soap in quantities to suit, for
sale by The Honolulu Soap Work
Co. M. W. McChosney in Sons,
Cun. Herskinu and J. McMeekin,
Piano Tuners and Teachers, Pou
hallow House, Beretania street. Mu
tual telephone 611. Lessons given
on Piano for buyinnuro nnd practi
cal piano players. Tuning orders
will bo promptly attended to.
To Lot or Leaso.
rpWO NIC'KLY FUR
L nlHhed Rooms for
(enUeiueii ut No, 4 Gulden
ed Cotcige of tluee
Rooms, biiituhle for two
Kcntieiiien. at 73 lleretuniti
Street, opposite the Hinyuliun Hotel
TVTKW HOI1SKOF FIVK
XI Rooms, on Magit
i Stlect. with bathroom.
I Kill W. (I., till. I!tlllll.ltll
I one of the llnobt views in Honolulu. Ap
' ply to (177 tf) J. M. VIVAS.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VALUA1ILK PIKCKH OF
inijirovid Piopeity, located
in dlllereiil Purls of the t Itv of
Honolulu, nil ImruuliiK. Ap'plv
, for full imrtluiiliirs to
IIRIiCi; A A J (WRTWIWIHT.
fl'HK WKKKI.Y JUILLKTIN-KH COL
1. ninimol IiiU)uilnK Kimiliiirt MalWf
WrK Hi ninlUd to fiirnltju wimilrlfv, f.
4 A1 -
p a? ri
11(1 u n 111 r t 1 J
J. HOPP dk CO.,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Splendid .Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture !
Single Piece and Setx.
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
In Kino Spring, Halt- Wool, Moss and Btrnw Mnttrossei.
PILLOWS OF 1,1 VK QKKSK FUATHIORS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements Id Wire Mattresses, Lounge 4 Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas,
Great Yarlety of Baby Carriages, C.lbs, Cradles and Hlgb Chairs.
Our Cnhinet-Mnklng Workshop is Superior in Men nnd Material.
FURNITURE AND SIATTRESSES REPAIRED AS GOOD AS NEW. "
MATTING - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE !
OUR PRICKS ALWAYS THK
jr. hopp & oo,
3ST "r-S: .ECixLer Street,
Next door to the Pulace Ice Cream Parlors
igli Class Novelties !
Ex S. SChina."
Respectful! v invites her Numerous Pat
rons to IN8PF.CT the
. ARTISTIC !
Received by Last Steamer!
NOTK THK ADDRKB8
Next door to the Palace Ice Cream Parlors
Hotel Street, - - Oppo. Betbel St.
IN ORI1KR TO r.FFKC'T A
Total.1. Clearance I
Before November 30, 1893,
THK ENTIRE STOCK OF -
I Corporation. Certificates,
Handsome and Artistic 6oodsiceiptsofaiik?ndrBr,wgeCortlHcttte8'
I limitation Orders,
WILL IIK OFPKRKD AT j PlOIuiMOry Notes,
RedLuoed Prices! ; 0atttXgrammM,
I Labels of every variety,
Petitions in any language,
Come and See for Yourself ! ' B,,wH5?lTWd.i
i Perpetual Washing Lists,
General Book Work,
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
r.19 FORT STREET.
LATEST NOVELTIES !
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15th.
Opening Day for Xmas Goods !
till) l-'OHT STREET,
CHAIRS, Etc, Eit.
LOWKST IN HONOLULU.
Honol-ia.l-u., BE. j.
Are Receiving New In volet-a of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY KVEKY STEAMER
1 Where they are fully prepared to do all
kinds of work In the latest styles, at
the shortest notice and at the
most Reasonable Rates.
Fine Job Work in Colors a Specialty I
Executed In the Most Attractive
Keud 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.
Bills of Lading,
Theatre Ti skets,
Scho ar jhip Certificates.
Etc.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
ml Blockod when desired.
tfflr No .lob is allowed to leave ths of
fice until It gives satisfaction.
HUSTACE & CO.
All klmU III any (piuiitity from h
hut; to u ton.
From one Imj: to any quantity.
In l-ft. leiifitlm mid tfuwed or Spill,
from a Iuk loiiuy iiiuiitlty; alt.ii
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