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nrAnTMB!T or Fisasce,
Honolulu, 11, 1,, Cct. 1, ibJl.
It la the desire of this Department, that
Ml Monetary Claims against the Govern
ment shall he presented to the heads ot
lliircaus not lalor than the 5th day of each
month. When claims nro so presented,
they will be flled as amounts dne for the
preceding month, to te paid only when
tho claims for that particular month are
ordered paid, I. e , claims filed between tho
1st and 0.h of October, will b classed as
tho bills for September.
8. M. DAMON,
HG'-3t Minister of Finance.
tu gnilij Dttlhtin.
IiBILANI BOAT CIAJB.
Iledyrd to neither Stct nor furty,
Hut E$tabliihtd for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 1891.
This Now Aspirant for Aquatic
Honors Fulls Itself Together.
Thoro was an enthusiastic mooting
of tho Leilani Boat Club, lately
formed bj bolters from tho Hoalani
Boat Club, at tho Hawaiian Hotol
vosterday evening. It mustered tho
largo attendance of 25 members. All
tho provisional officers wore elected
Eermanently, with the addition of a
oardof trustees numbering fire. A
committee of five was appointod to
report at the next monthly meeting
on a plan oi raising lunds to buy a
racing boat. Possibly a fair, picnio
or concert may bo recommended for
the purpose, or it may be an excur
sion the report will tell. The meet
ing was in fine spirits over the club's
youthful prosperity. There is quite
n dab of money in the funds already.
Tho mombors are eager to raise
enough for a boat before next year's
racing season. They know well that
only by activity in the main object
of their organization can cohesion
and efllciency bo secured.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., t.'ii
Mr. Crockor of San Francisco, who
is one of tho directors of tho Occi
dental & Oriontal Steamship Compa
ny, divulged iutontions of much im
portance to tho port of Honolulu, in
conversation with Col. Geo. W. Mac
farlano when tho steamer Oceanic
was in port. Ho said ho had boon
surprised at tho extent of tho traffic
furnishod by Honolulu to tho steam
linos botweon San Francisco and tho
Orient. Lately tho Bolgic landed
700 tons of freight horo. Tho China
lator got 800 passongors honco, and
tho Ocoanic, on this trip, carried
away -137 passongors, including sev
eral in tho cabin. In view of tho ro
speclablo business indicated by theso
figures, Mr. Crockor was iuclinod to
recoinuioud his company to havo its
steamers call at Honolulu on ovory
trip, instead of only occasionally as
now. Not only that, but to givo tho
passengers an ngreeablo rest on
shoro in midoceau, with an oppor
tunity to soo tho sights of Honolulu
and environs, besides enjoying a con
cert by ono or othor of our two ex
cellent bands, ho would havo tho
steamors stay in this port for twenty -four
hours. Mr. Crocker expressed
a realization that unless tho Cali
fornia liners took advantago of the
oxpausiou of Honolulu traffic, tho
Canadiau Pacific pooplo might sur
prise thorn by Bonding their mag
nificent Empress stoatnors horo to
scoop up tho businoss. Possibly in
timo wo may havo all throo Chinese
lines calling horo regularly. This
will mean an immouso impotus to
tourist travel hithor, and tho com
rnunity should bo preparing to givo
it a proper recoption, to promoto Its
becoming a steady and permanent
source of wealth to tho islands.
Somo Heavy Sonde Wailuku Water
John A. Cummins has filed a bond,
as administrator of the estate of
Malia Kahai, for $12,000 with W. G.
Irwin as surety.
W. F. Allen has filed a bond, as
guardian of the Opfergelt minors,
for StiOOO with F. A. Schaefor as
Tho Supreme Court is hearing tho
Wailuku water rights caso to-day.
Two huge maps of tho district aro
among the exhibits, giving tho
courtroom tho similitude of a school
The Humane Society
At the mooting of tho board of
manairomont of the Humane Socioiy
yesterday, no appointmont was made
oi an agont to pursuo ollenuors.
Thoro aro two or throo candidates,
and a special meeting of tho society
may bo called for to-morrow evening
to elect an agont, although tho board
has full power to act in tho matter.
Daily llullrlin fiO cf.nl prr mnnth.
Tho J. A. Cummins and Haloakala
Xoftvo for tho Wrock.
Tho schoonor Haloakala loft in
tow ot tho steamor J. A. Cummins
at 11:30 o'clock this morning for tho
sceuo of tho wreck of tho Goo. N.
Wllnrkv Tim T A PiiimhiIh. ...!...!
from Waimaualo last niuht. and ro-, nftcr Christinas), the llinn,
ported that moro wreckage had , woman or child bringing in
drifted ashore on tho othor sido of fi,,, , Aimwcr wnMiivii t'uvmra
this island, and the natives who had ' " LAJWBSI NOMIlfcll ClIKOKS
plckod up tho goods woro unwilling ! to the btoro before 12 o'clock
Mr. Chase, the General
Passenger Agent of tho Vol
cano House Company, says
something is going to happen
to Madame Pole. He thinks
she has heard of our Quick
Sales and Small Profit Policy
and is determined sho will do
something to get up a bigger
sensation. Wo are too busy
to go and sco what is going
on; so here is n chanco for
you to jo as our representa
tive, "iou aro aware of the
fact that for every purchase
made at our store you receive
it check. Keel eveuy oxe.
The amount of purchase
makes no difference. On De
cember 2(th (the moraine:
to turn thorn ovor. This morning
southerly wiuds prevailing tho wreck
ing syndicate decided to despatch
tho schoonor Haloakala to Kalnoo-
kailio, it being tho opinion of sea
noon will receive a fiust
CLASS NOUXI) TJHP TICKET to
the Volcano, and a letter of
introduction to Madame Pclc,
faring men that it would bo as calm ' no i ti tout t?tc Xr rn cj
ft millnniwl .'.. M,n vll..tv f l... I 8 iJ ' JbllLlliiUO OS XjU.'O
wreck, ft has boon gonorally be- representative. This ticket
lieyed from reports rocoived that I gives you choico of route and
wreckUgunlo0,U,ldthor0o SX SithilJ ' vlnff. Remember
winds. Tho J. A. Cummins is ox- every purchase, great or
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pecieu to return to-morrow morning.
Captain Hilbus of tho steamer
Hawaii, which arrived this morning,
states that ho saw nothing ot tho
wrook though ho hugged tho land
near Kalaeokailio point protty closo.
There was a schoonor, presumably
tho Hoeia, hovering about. This
confirms tho statement that tho
wrock is entirely undor water.
Young Hawalians' Institute.
Tho Young Hawaiians' Iustitulo
mot yesterday ovening In tho Y. M.
Tho regular ordor of
gone tbrouch. Vico
J. Coelho ocoupvinir
O. A. hall.
the chair. Several committees woro
appointed, among which was an
ontertainmont committoo. Tho lat
ter will prepare a program for tho
next entertainment to be givon by
tho instituto during tho present
month. Several have already ap
plied for honorary membership, aud
their uamos will be considered at
the next regular mooting ou tho 17th
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu street. Lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25 and
BO cents per night; SI and f 1.25 per
small, entitles to a chanco.
It's worth working for.
In the meantime, wc arc
going to try and make things
lively here. Quick Sales and
Small Profits and plenty of
new novelties will continue to
The Mariposa came just in
time. Wo have been looking
forward with pleasure to the
arrival of those daiik ijlue
and hlack lawns the very
latest out ; also Scotch ging
hams and colored dimities.
A full line of these goods.
Special attention is also called
to our now white aud .hhd
batistes and magnificent sin
gle and double width Cke
tons suitable for Curtains
and Furniture Coverings.
IS Do you want to go
to tho Volcano?
B. F. BHLBRS & CO.
DELICATE I DELICIOUS I DAINTY I
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
Monday, Oct. 1, 1894.
It is astonishing what high
prices goods will bring at auc
tion in Honolulu. Take for
instance the sale of the articles
recovered from the wreck o
the Wilcox, there was really
very little difference in the
prices of the cloth from what
would be paid in the stores.
Perhaps it was because a man
dressed in flotsam and jetsam
would feel head and shoulders
above his neighbor who pur
chased his clothing on credit
from a tailor. There's goods
and goods and as the articles
in the sale were imported by a
reliable firm the purchasers at
the sale know they are getting
first-class articles even if they
arc a little bit damp. It is to
be hoped for the sake of the
men who invested their money
in the wreck that everything
will turn out to their satisfac
tion. Speaking of the wreck
and the effect of the waves
upon the valuable cargo re
minds us that wc have a can
vas bag made waterproof and
to be used in districts where
ice i: not available, for the
purpose of cooling water. It
is remarkable what a difference
there is in the temperature
after the water has been in the
bag for a few hours. It is an
indispensable to the man who
works away from a water sup
ply. We have them in several
varieties, for hanging on a ver
andah; on a horse or under a
brake. The cheapest is a dol
lar the largest two dollars,
The next thing to ice and pro
bably better for the health.
Among the novelties shown
at the Columbian Exposition
was a traveling water sprinkler
one that may be set to carry
any number of feet of hose
and water every part of the
lawn without your touching the
hose. We have a sample in
the store and there are others
in use in Honolulu. They
have given satisfaction in the
States as well as here for the
work they do as well as for the
fact that they do not get out of
order. It is not a toy, this
Little Giant Sprinkler, but a
A Mr. Wolff, of New York,
father of the gentlemanly sales
man of M. Phillips & Co., is
the inventor of a lawn tent
which for comfort, utility, etc.,
beats anything the world ever
saw. It is made on the plan
of an umbrella, ribs, cover and
all. The center rod is of gal
vanized steel passing through
an antique oak table around
which a dozen or more people
may sit with comfort. When
the umbrella tent is hoisted,
and if you feel too much wind
blowing on you, sides may be
attached in a moment so that
your party may be out of a
draught or out of the gaze of
the outsiders. We are the
only people handling these
tents and we are confident
they will have the same success
here that they have had in the
States. An umbrella tent is
the lum turn proper at New
port or Long Branch. Why
not make it so here? We've
other novelties in stock not
mentioned in the last ad and
your inspection is invited.
Look IV Look
li 1 1 1 1 1 1 B
out n out
:fo:r wiei.a.t ?
For New Stock of Furniture
Dally expected on the "Wilder" and the "Andrew W.leh"
! Then Yon See With Your Own Eyes -
Hopp 8o Co.,
To. 74 King Street.
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pvt Good I Prompt, Reliable
Attention I and Low Prices?
THAT PLAOR 18 AT
"III Ili ol Ilaml Mat"
Mottled ith Special Ctre for thin market, and
Every Bottle Warranted
Benson, Smith k Co.,
Oorner JTort As Hotel Stct
Our Soda Water is thai Bast let
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
Agents for tne Islands.
Theso are New Pack-Lame, Put, Extra Kuk-cUil. One trial will prove their merits.
H. B. Tho Cane of thla brand contain a greater quantity than tlioao of
XCitelxQll dc Xtoraon, Coast .A.ffmts.
Iitriru and varied stock the undcraiimud would
particular attention to the following :
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, limn.
Middlings, Oath, Com.
nt in addition to our usual stuck of these w are uow
carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding propertfc and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders I
L O XJ R,
No. 1. Alwayi In itonk at loweit mar
3, Si.lOa per bale.
Uvorpoof Ootrno, 1111b. bnir
UniilUu Dalrjr.UJb. baga,
Hawaiian atari ware Ca., Vi
Oppoilte Bpreclceli' Mock,
307 FORT STREET.
HAM, BACON, CHEESE.
Iiarrels ali'd nail Barrels
Folxer'a In Una ami paimi
A cliolco variety of (muling (tram!
j. t. morton's english gbooebies.
obossb tc blackwell's english oqooebies.
Ljbby, McNeil & xjbby's Canned Meats.
bichabdson & bobbin's canned ukath
Pie, Table and Dried.
V4 and 151b. bozn
A large variety.
Etc., Etc., Eto.,
Of any imported. Just received by
E3a.ol.s and Siarreys:
Leather Hind Cushion with Fall and Springs $11.00
Leather Front Cushion with Fall $9.00
Leather Hind Lazyback $9.00
Phaetons and B-mggies:
Leather Cushion with Fall and Springs $11.00
Leather Cushion with Fall $9.00
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'PG CO.,
To TO Qunnn 63t.rt.
Kerosene "AM1 & "Star" Kerosene
LABOR BTOOKB OP
Plaitation Sapplies. Hardware, Dry Goods,
ALWAYB ON HAND AT MODKRATB l'UIOtffl.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
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