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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, October 12, 1894, Image 2',
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llha; adopted by Ahukat (Kauku
alii); born probablj in 1828.
Elizabeth Kekaaniati, daughter
of Lnanui, born Sopt. 11, 1834.
Emma Rooko, daughter of Fanny
Toung; adopted by P. C. B. ltonk,
M. D. (English); born Jan. 2, 1836.
Died July, 1885.)
Peter Youug Kaoo, son of Kaeo
and Lahiiahi, adopted by John
Young; born March 4, 1830. Died.
James Kaleokalaui, sou of Kapnv
kea and Keohokalolo, boru May 29,
Dav'ui Kalitkaua, brother of James,
boru Nov. 10, 183G; adopted by Kini
maka and Haahuu (Ivaniu).
Lydia Makaeha, sister of James
and David, boru September 2, 1838;
adopted by I'akt and Konia.
Tuis latter scholar did not conw
into tin family uutjl Juuo, 1812
Emma also did not commenro com
ing to school till Jauuary, 1812.
Livaiuiiuaauao, adopted by Ka
tnetiameha 111. aud his Queen Ka
lama; born 1812, diod 18K
Likelike, sister of Kalakaua, born
William Pitt Loloiohoku, born
Uu the mother's side the great
graudfather of Kalakaua aud sisters,
was lust cousiu ol Kauiekauieha I.
What the Advertiser expects to
gain by its abusivo campaign against
the native raco at this juncturo is
something "no follow cau under
stand." It appears all the worso
from the fact that the person re
sponsible for it all gained all the
littlo promiueuco ho over enjoyed
from licking tho hands of Hawaiian
royalty. J udged by tho stylo of tho
literaturo ho fathers, too, ho would
benefit now by taking a few lickiugs
from tho hands of an average native
MORE ABOUT THE FIELD DAY.
Contests Assured College
Colors Will Flutter.
Tho second field mooting of tho
Honolulu Amateur Athletic club will
take place, to-morrow afternoon on
the Lenpuo Biseball grounds, rain or
shine. The prediction, however, is
that the weather will bo salubrious,
aud an agreeable outing will bo en
joyed by lovers of outdoor sport
Tho boys havo gone in for the event
heart aud soul, and tho result will be
some of tho finest performances over
scon on a local track. Tho track is
a fast one. As witnessed on the
grounds the boys aro evenly match
ed, especially so in tho running
events. There is a perceptible- im
provement in the sprinting of some
of the lesser lights, while thoo iu
the foremost ranks are awav ahead.
The ouo hundred and two hundred
and twonty yards races will bo hotly
contested, aud it is tho opinion of
the knowing ones that tho races lie
between Tom Pryce and Cupid. But
the Punahnu and St. Louis CoUego
athletes must not be lost sight of.
They havo entered and they intend
to stay with tho club competitors.
The members of tho club will leave
tho Y. M. C. A. hall at 2 o'clock in a
'bu, carrying with them tho club
colors, crimson and white, and will
meet tho I'unaliou's buff and blue on
the grounds. Tho snorts will begin
at 2:30 o'clock, aud the Government
baud will bo in attendance. The ad
uiiion is only tweuty-fivo cents.
The following firms havo put up
prizes for tho Obstacle race: T. G.
Thrum's Bookntore, J. M. Tracy,
Elite lco Cream Parlors, II. V.
Schmidt fi Suns, M. Mclnerny, B.
P. Eblers & Co. and J. J. Egan.
It is gratifying to learn that
Brother Louis of St. Louis Collego
intends to instill into tho boys at-
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'O
tending that school tho nocess
The Mounted Police
Tho lato outrageous conduct of
tho captain aud lieutenant of the
above corps has been so severely
commented upon, not only by the
deputy marshal but by all classes iu
the community, that it now becomes
serious question for tho Attorney
General tl believe) to consider
whether or not it is worth while con
tinuing tho sorvicos (sic) of such a
distinguished body of bravo?, a body
iuimical to the people aud one never
spoken of but with jeers, derision
aud expressions of disgust. Tho
mouthly outlay for this quasi-political
club is about JjlHX), aud could bo
welt directed into useful cbauuuls.
The public is full to tho throat
with the club's rapaciousuess iu its
own Interest aud its still hunt after
its owu sweut will, aud to a unit do
maud tho abolition of a mounted
armed police force as at present con
stituted. It would be well it it be
thought proper to disband that force
that a sum of money be voted out of
tho public luuds, or by private sub
scription, to deport those exiles to
some laud where their peculiar idio
syncrasies will be appreciated audiu
demand. Wo are overstocked jut
It is pretty certain that tho Mar
shal aud deputy Brown (to their
everlasting credit be it said) havo no
use either for tho Klemuiu gang or
its superabundance of ''ghost btones."
Tho public awaits the action of tho
only Smith, and at preneul desires
to bo informed it Klein iuo and Cordos
aro still ou duty (uu appeal iu their
case still peudiug)T
A Oood Appetlto
Always accompanies good health,
and an absence of appetite is au in
dication of bomethiug wrong. The
universal testimony given by those
who havo mud Hood's Sarsaparilla,
as to its merits iu restoring the
appetite, aud as a purifier of tho
blood, constitutes tho strongest re
commeudatiou that can be urged for
Hood's pills cure all liver ills,
biliousness, jauudico, indigestion,
sick headache. 25c.
outdoor sports and healthy exorcise.
Athletics will bo a part of the studies
of tho college hereafter.
Tho S. S. City of I'eking from tho
Orient was telephoned off Waiauae
at 2:20 o'clock this afternoon.
shelving is not down but my
are. Buy now.
M. S. Lew.
COBPOBAT10N NO r ICE.
THK EST AT B OK 8. Q. W1I.DEII,
LAI, liit!t been urKUiiizml fur tliu .n i -Vutaot
cwHollclitlUK una coutl'iul' g iIim
varloui brandies itl l).blnvs of tlm luie
t. U. W'lUtr anil rotuo Inu oilier biiaiiietk
ami lua upturned ull tlio (.rojimy ami
riK"t( i be reriduury legsuvs unaeril.c
lllo(H. 0. Wilder.
Tho loltmvliiK Dicers have been elected
for the euauiug year!
C. L. Wight President
U. T. WI.iJ.-r Vio.l'ieldeUt
b. U. Wilder. Secretary aud ln-uiuer
i'. W. iluefuriuiiu Audiiur
The Hoard of Directors comprises the
oulurj and Cliurlca L. Cutter.
ti. U. W1LDUK,
Honolntu, Oct. 1. 1831. ilij-Jl
Do you really mean it? Is
it a fact that you nro going to
give a ticket to the volcano?
Doesn't it make any differ
ence how much I purchuhu?
These are undoubtedly the
leuding que-turns of the day.
You would think so if you
knew how many times we
have annwfivd them in the
last week but wn never tire
of answering any and all
questions, our only regret is
that we arc tumble to give one
grand excursion and take all
our customers to the Volcano ;
there is a way through that,
everyone can get there
through their dealings with
us. Quick Sales and Small
Profits mean himply this.
Economy to you aud if you
will save the difference be
tween our prices and fancy
prices it won't bo long before
you will reuli.e that judicious
tin) ing will pay lor pleasure
tiips. Keep Evkiiy Puit
ciiase Check you pet be
tween now and Christmas,
and if you want to you can
give thfin to some worthy
It looks as though the rjiny
season has set in aud we are
going to make a run on rainy
Umiiukllas & Parasols,
COMOJtTEKS AND liLAXKETS,
from L up.
Flannels & Flannel
ettes, Shawls & "Woolen
Gooim. 'J he goods are all
new and just what you need.
135" Do you want to go
to the Volcano? If you do,
you hnvo just as good a
chance as any one else.
B. P. EIILKKS & CO.
TTITlLDnil it CO.,
VV been orgauitul
t r the jiiirp"ho uf currying uu tuo buoliiiiu
of VN tlder iV Co ui Honolulu.
'J lie iuiIowuik olllcers liuvo been elected
for ibe ensuing years
W. 0. WIMcr..J,ieIdent and Manager
8.0. Wilder Vlie-fretldeiit
U. L. Wlynt 'Iru Biir-r
B. u, Winer hteretury
C.J. Falk Auditor
The Hoard of
Directors comprhes tlio
O. V. Wll.ler, B. O. Wilder,
C.I. Wljjhi, U.J. Fulls,
r, W. ilclurlano and Clius. L. Uuiter,
8. 0, WtLDKIt,
Honolulii, Oct. 1, IH'M. U Jt-'Jt
SO WII.DKK CO, LIMITED, HAH
been or, uiiIicmI and incori'iiuted fur
tliu iKirjjo.e ol uurryluu on tliu imttiu-iH ol
B. O Wilder Si Co. lit Muliukinm, Hawaii.
The folluwinK olllueru have lieou elected
for tliu eusuluu yturi
B. 0. Wilder Preildont
O, I'. Wilder Yito-heinleiit
C. J. KuU Keurelury und'lrraviirer
U. 1.. WlKbt Auditor
The lizard of DlrevUirs omprliini tlio
olllurn, 1', W. Muufarluus slid Clntrli-s L.
. , 0. J. KALK, Kecretary.
Uouvlulu, Qot. 1, 1W1. iw-n
L J. LKVEY.
W. H. DAI LEV,
DAlLEi'S STOCK COMPANY.
Saturday Afternoon, Oct 13th:
'A Corner Grocery'
Saturday, Oct. 13th:
Iloz Plan open nt the olllce of L. J.
XAXEUAKEHA OIBLS' SCHOOL.
fHK FIIIST TKItM OK KAMKIIA-
MKIIA I I1II.M SlIlMOL Mll MIN
DAY. LV. l'J li. AiniiiiKlinln lor mini
tun in -y b ddien tu Mim J'ni't. lni-r
at ICinliiiilm Mi'imhI, u mi lie lla
wnnmi KnnlirKr',ii H'huii, (i'li-en K'iiii 11
Hall, H4'.nrditv nioriiinK I " " " '
i.re k e will 11 nd tu m-t e-il
aiiitu t'li ill t'nn U Tilly 1JW1 lid air a
er. Noaiii)ilcautrlrU unUtrtw-lvu
)Ut Of int. IUH lot
Tuesday, Oct. 9, 1894.
The attention of the road
department has been called,
one way or another, to the
"leaning tree of Waikiki."
To persons who ride or drive
to the beach once or twice a
day this leaning tree is a con
stant menace and it occurs to
"old subscriber" as though the
time has arrived when some
thing should be done before
the tree falls into the road and
does some damage. It is hardly
of sufficient value for the owner
to make any objections to its
removal particularly as it can
be done at little or no expense.
The tree may hang in its pre
sent position for a long while
and not do any damage but if
it should fall when horses were
in the neighborhood it is quite
probable there would be a run
away. We've had another invoice
of PORCELAIN-LINED BATH
Tubs suitable for persons who
do not wish expensive articles.
Our stock is now complete in
this line and we can fill orders
for plain or ornamental tubs in
all sizes. We have also a com
plete assortment of Wash
stands, either enamel or Ita
lian imrbl; tops.
It is rather amusing, the in
quiries that are made here re
garding the Steel Aermotor.
Some people imagine that, like
other windmills, wind is re
quired to run them. This is a
mistake. All you have to do
is to set the mill going and
the law of gravitation or good
common sense on the part of
the wheel sets it in motion and
keeps it going. We have never
heard of a wheel that will turn
as easy or that will develop the
power shown in an Aermo
tor. This fact makes the
geared mill doubly valuable to
the plantation man, because
besides pumping water it will
saw wood, run a grindstone
and a half dozen other articles,
with one attachment now be
ing evolved in the brain of an
inventor it will be able to run
a newspaper or a government.
There are other windmills man
ufactured, but they are not
geared mills and consequently
will not do half the work of
an Aermotor. We have all
sizes of wheels and pumps in
stock and can give you water
quicker than you can say Jack
The Pansy Stove has given
better satisfaction than any
iron stove ever introduced in
this country. Our sales in
them have increased largely in
the past six months and indi
cations point to a still greater
demand for what the people
recognize as the best stove on
The rain is causing mud;
mud is next to dirt, cleanliness
is next to an Improved Stone
Filter, and we sell the Filters.
In our business oflke is a filter
exactly like the kind we sell
except that it is made of glass
so that the entire operation of
filtering is open to the gaze of
the public. The water as it
comes from the tap is of seal
brown color and contains more
liver fluke to the cubic inch
than you can imagine. When
it passes through the filtering
stone it is as clear as crystal and
entirely free from impurities.
The cost of one of these filters
is slight compared with the
benefits derived. If you have
any regard for your family get
an Improved Stone Filter.
"1h King ol Ilmnl W.ten."
Bottled with Special Care for thi" mtrket, and
Every Bottle Warranted
Tlffi . .Jars I
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
Agents for tlie Islsixicis.
Look ff Look
Out Eg Out
FOE, WH-A.T ?
For New Stock of Furniture
IUIIy expected on the "Wilder" and the "Andrew Wrich"
Kg Then Yon See With Yonr Own Eyes i&
Ho;p;p 8o Co.,
No, 74 XClxig Street.
From a tnrgi and varied stock tho undcraiguud would 1rnw
particular attention to tho following :
Comprininsf California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middling??, Oats, Corn.
Kjf In addition to our usual stock of these we are now
carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These are each poesensod of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by ull interested in stock.
Royal and u Cleveland " Baking Powders I
-B I O XJ R.
No. 1. Alwtyg In cock at lown.t mar
Si, Si, lot per ble.
Liverpool Com rue, lltlli. ti
r.iiKiisu uiurr, until, uul
HAM, BACON, CHEESE.
Berreli and Ball BarraU.
Volxor'a In tiui and paper
A clioloo variety of leading brand.
T. Morton's English groceries.
Crosse & Blaokwell's English Groceries,
lobby, McNeil to Libby's canned Meats,
RICHARDSON fe BOBBIN'S CANNED MSATB
Fie, Table and Drlna
Hi and 1Mb. dozm.
A large variety
A Pack Mule
With a sore back and a load of
stoves is not a bit more miserable
than some Honolulu horse that
has to draw a heavily loaded
wagon with bent Axles. We set
Axles at San Francisco Pr ces.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
100. 70 Queen Street.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorner Wort A Hotel Bts
Prom Recent Direct Imiirtatlfii
MAWS' TOOTHBRUSHES !
The Only Perfeot Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. LAROI A88ORTMINT.
1- Hotoil Telrpbone j)
lawiiiu Variwira Co., L'd
0ipoIU BpMckeU' Mock.
307 FORT STREET.
Etc, Etc., Eta., Etc.
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LAUQK 8T00KB OF
Plantmino Wvk Hardware, Dry Go,
Crockery, hmm, eh.
al.WAYB ON HAND AT MODKUATK PlllOEB.
Theo. H. Davies fc Co., L'd.
FINEST IN" FI1jA.VOR
Of any imported. Just received by
I SIOXjLISTEIR, Ac OO.