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Bui EttablUhed (or the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, OCT. 30, 1894.
MUTINY ON BOARD SHIP.
Captain Xing and Oftlcors Havo a
Hard Time at Sea.
The Japanese stuamor N'aushau,
Captain D. K. King, whieli arrived
from Kobe ou Sunday nioruiug, had
a vory excitinit nassaue hither.
While at sea ou (Jot. 20 the crew
mutinied and the captain and his
European oiikers naudled the
steamer until she reached port. The
trouble as related by one of tUe
chief officers, who was seen by a
Bulletin reporter this moruiug, was
On Oct. 20 ouo of tho quarter
masters Japanese, was at tho wheel.
He did not steer properly, but kept
the steamer going lroui one side to
the other. Captaiu King remou
slrated with the man and told him
to steer properly. Tho quarter
master answered tho captaiu grullly
and advised him to take a trick at
the wheel himself, and started to
walk away. Captaiu Kiug order
ed him back to his duty, giving him
a shove at tho same timo. Tho man
turned around and showed fight,
whon the captftlu struck him. A
struggle ensued. The utmost cou fu
sion prevailed among the nine hun
dred passengers, but finally tho
quartermaster was overpowered and
put in irons. Auother Japanese
quartermaster was ordered to tho
wneel and ho refused to go. In ttie
evening the whole crew of Japanese
headed by tho quartermaster, after
consultation in the forecastle, re
solved to rescue the prisoner aud
accordingly made a combined rush
Tho Europuau officers armed
themselves with revolvers aud or
dered the mutineers back, but re
sistance was out of tho question,
Tho men released tho prisoner and
broke tho irous. The officers alter
duo reflection decided not to inter
fore with tho mutinous crew, but al
low them to havo their own way un
til tho steamer reached port. 1'iie
crew went into the forecastlo aud
tho Europeau officers, with the as
sistance of three extra Japanese,
navigated tho Naushau to port.
About 8 o'clock Sunday eveuiug
tho crow made an elfort to reach the
bridge where Captaiu Kiug aud
Chief engineer Fookor were stand
ing. The moil used threatening
lauguage at the same time. A blue
signal light was sent up and shortly
afterward a guard of blue jackets
arrived from 11. li. M. S. Hya
cinth. Tho bluejackets, six in num
ber, wero stationed on board all
night, aud since then a uuard has
been ou board the steamer night
aud day. Tho mutinous crew num
bering ten men are in irous iu the
forecastlo. Tho few men engaged
iu tho engine room go about their
work grullly aud just about keep
tho fires going. A naval court of
enquiry will be held as soon as pos
sible, perhaps to-morrow. Captaiu
Hawes, British Commissioner, a
lieutenant from 11. li. M.S. Hya
cinth, aud C. A. Doyle, Japanese in
terpreter, visited the Xautihau this
The Nan.ihau is consigned to T.
H. Davie A: Co. aud brought tm
tons of freight.
POST OFFICE IMPROVEMENTS.
A Ladles' Window to Be Opened on
13y tho first of November tho im
provements to the Post Office will
have beou completed. Tho native
dolhery wiuilow was oponod this
morning. It is at the upper corner
on the Waikiki side oi tho I'om
Tuesday, Oct. 16, lSyj.
As ;i place of residence I Io-
Ollice, whereas formerly it was on llolulll presents advantages to
tho Ewa side, rsoxt to tho present . ( . .,...t, ,.. ,t.. :.. iun
Innntlnn nf tl,.t. ,!livorv thnnt will OC fOUlUl llOWllCrC ClSO 111 illC
t n 1nf1!iM t!tt1ft ttd atnnilt tvtn. t t i-
high altitudes Niutunu, l'unch-
tho Ewa side. Xext to tho present
location of that delivery there will
bo a ladies' window and stamp win- ..,nri.i pnr .v,,,,,!,, u.1n nipf,,r
ilow in one olhi'ii. This an.irtment ' i !"- ....,.-..
will havo for clerk Miss Clara Low
nf ICiilml.i. Hawaii. Tim rminir ladv
arrived in town by the steamer Clan- l)0vl 01" lailtlllllS Ul C plilCCS
dine ou Sunday, aud will assume her , . . . . ...
duties on Thursday noxt. This pro- WllCfC residences IIKiy OC bllllt
vision ot separate winnows ior men vn ... ...,;:,,.. .,:. nf
'V llltll llltllllllWIM IWt J Jl
HOPP & CO.
Not only is our Stock llio largest, but
and womeu, it is expected, will faci
litate the work oi tho clerks ami .1.,, r v
and b.iy may be had
(linos. Tn nllvrs wlin
old delivery window is tho Japanese . ",
and Portuguese window. The new wish iu pc un a icvci Willi an
prevent crowding and long waning.
Uotwcon the ladies' wiudow and the ;i
winnows, wan mo exception oi mo ,,,,, i.; i i,;i,: i,.. .,u..
lllillllMHU, lIl.USIlM MilO ,11 ll.lt.-
ister ... ,u.,i ..I,.,..., if j !..,.. :.. ..
o i i. .., i... ,i :.. .., nun? in.ii 'ii.i.iv:. n iiilic i? a
UL'UCIHI IO uu,T iuv:.iii-a ... w ...-..
Hawaiian delivery, will open up for
business on Nov. 1. The Postmaster
our prifos tro llio LOW TOST, hiuI our terms
tho most LlBIOUATi ovor oflbrod tho public.
Ihiy Fine Furni shines of us, at Lower
Prices tlinn two churned for inferior a'rados
els(.'vliei'( and enjoy them while yon are
We have a counter urrnnged
this week devoted to Wiiitk
Cotton Dkkss Goods, every
piece of which we cxpeet to
bell before the week in out.
They do uot come under the
head of Quick Sides and
Small Profits, they will he
SOLD AT .IUST WHAT TIIKV
cost us, uot one cent more or
one cent less. We want the
room for more goods coming ;
we have made great purchases
for the fall and winter trude.
So from time to time differ
ent lines of goods will be
pushed just as these White
Cotton J)rcsq Goods are at
ACTUAL COST PltfCK. And
speaking about Quick Sales
and Small Profits, as a fair
sumple of the difference it has
made in prices gem rally we
will just mentiou La oiks'
Black Stock in&. Those
that we have always sold for
3 per dozen, we are now ficll
ing for $2.25 per Do.kn,
while those that were formerly
$5 per doen are now only $1
per dozen. The same thing
applies to Mkn's Socks. The
i per dozen ones are now
$2.25 per dozen. We simply
mention these few things, be
cause they show a fair propor
tion of the discounts made
throughout the entire stock
flQf Do not forget to save
your checks, you may be the
one we scud to the Volcano
3T We said sometime ago
that Madame Pole would
break out again, and she has
done it. Jly the time you are
ready to go, we expect she
will talk of nothing uluc but
Quick Sales aud Small IVo
J3, F. EIILEKS & CO.
y.lt,.e2!co in t.ho nor.l.h .ml i u,in scarcity of land it will be felt
Post OUlee, and near the steps lead- "...
inir to his oilicehas beou cut out a b' tllOSC WHO C11I0V tllC SWIsh
receiver of island aud city papers f . . . . ,
addressed from newspaper oflices. of I lie WIlVCS aloiljf tile iVMCll
There havo already been provided .,, t vvlviv lli.n' r-in sit -ind
newspaper sorting boxes, which ma- ,U.U1 NN' lly c,m. bH ,u,.u
teriatly reduce tho labor of the VIOW tile JjnUUteurS of a SCI11I-
attaches of the postal bureau. tX)pjc -h js yay
Ouarrol Ovor Furniture little available kllld toward Dhl-
Residents on Kmnia street wore IllOIld I lead and as time passes
startled yesterday afternoon by cries .i ,,. mn , i. , k . (v-,tvl lv,
nf "linln!" nnil nOinr ov ilnnee of all P ,11U21 l'c I'l'' WW .till Ptl-
assault being made. Shortly after a ter facilities for readmit,' points
telephone was received at the Sta- i,,., i ;t i. . .;i,i , .ivii .i
Hon for a police otUcor. Lioutonant , beyOIUl it. It IS posbllMe that a
lloli responded to the call, and i;W road around Hie bead
found tho troubln to bo iu a house ' , , , . . ,. ? ...
occupied by a prominent lawyer. It WOllld be 111 tile line of public
appears tho latter was moving his iinproveillellls, and, if the land
furniture, a dray being in front of . ' . ... . . ,
tho gate to cart tho things away. Ill that locality IS owned by the
Tho housekeeper objected to certain irm'iMiimiMil in in.-ivK.t tr."i-
articlos being taken, claiming owner- J,0UI1I 1U1I, .111 UlUulSul irc.t-
ship. Whether an assault was really SlirV bahtllCO WOllld be tlie re-
coitimitled or not remains to be nf if ,,,-, ..,..,, mmv l.-wic
decided in court, as both parties Mllt- " n-r- NU,e ino,e lo1
called on the Marshal during the aloiljf the IkMCll IIUJIV people
afternoon, tho claimant vowing sho , 'iii;.., (,,p. ..., I :.,,.,...-,
would have her lato tenant arrested. WOllld live there and lllipiOVC
t.y. : . . T. " "r 77 r in t'lt:m' Every dollar of improve-
"Many of the citizens of Hainsville, . J . k.
Iudiana, are never without a 'bottle llieilts means SO lllUCll for IllC
of Chamberlain's Cough Heinedy in irnvernniont bv W'lV of t'lV 1
the house," says Jacob Urown, the ,J0UimiUU n W.l) 01 . l..l
leading merchant of tho place. This' tlOll aild that alone should be
Iloniodyhai proven of so iiiueli value I .... ; i. . , ... . .,. t r ;t , , ,.V.ii.-1
for colds and croup in children that ,m "HUltcllklll lor It 10 tMCIld
few mothers who know its worth roads wherever it is possible,
are willing to bo without It. For k.,-,,. .;,, ,, ,,., .,,.,,,11'
sale by all dealers. Henson. Suiilh , tVCI MI1CC C Stalled IHISI
Si Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Inl- noss WO have aimed to SOCUie
I such jjoods a we believed to
J. F. Morgan will sell the house- ' 1, , ,,;, , 1 (r, .1, , .,.. ., .1,.
hold furniture of E. Wollers at the be Sillied to llio tastes til illC
residence, corner of Victoria and people Oil tile Islands. AllV
Thurston avenues, at 1(1 o clock to- 1 ,, . ., .. .
morrow. thnijr m the way ol a novelty
whon it is believed to be really
trood is secured bv us and
" " , olTorod to the public almost as
Housenolu -:- Formture "." inuujuceii in the
United Slates or !:iuope. One
at auction. o. l(w , i(os( is Iw MdaIIc u
On 'rilUIiSDAV, "Xov. 1st, fricrator lor use in the bed-
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. !.. UOm. Wo tllillk lllis i Jjood
AT MY SALESROOM 1 tlliMir v.,':inv.. it rilu'iMlov lli.i
necessity of people .tjoinjj to
thi.1 kilcliL-n or ivinttv for milk
I 1.... tl.i. 1...il.,.. lllll.K.. I '
ok-ilmiM.cerniio. Mov,.iiio n.u, ; or anything else that is needed
i' c.iai 011 Htovfx mill rtinhiu, ,1....:.. , .1. 1 1 I- .1
ilnnii.HTN-k..ry,ll-illiiiiw. dUTIIl.Lr tile llllTht. rOf tllOSO
l..l. i. ...r..... 1.. .. - '
iii;it rvwiiiK .hiiliiinu, iiniui wriiu,
Center Rugs, Pictures, Etc., Etc.
Hopp cSc Co.,
NTo. 74 King Street
Ily Lowls J. Lovny.
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTjft.BJLiie H ED 1 859.
New Goofc ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
h'li.llii.AK HltliltOilM hKfrt,
HOI'AH. MlUN'dKH, WAKlmi)IIK.
MlltKOItH, MOUI.IUNUH, KHI.. KTO.
Hpnuti Feaiuvc No. 1 White Seamless Matting
IVr ltl of HI Ynrili. $I2.I.
And a Fmo Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent !
Ball 179, TELEPHONES Mutual 76
IKiipcmhooIoO. K. Wllllninn.
609 AND 611 KINO- STREET.
would create i (lonuind for sleighs,
of which our slock is exhausted.
We have, though, a very Nobby
Little Village Cart, both Fall aud
"Winter Style, which is the admira
tion of all who see it.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No 70 Queen Street
rri TCJT Li'
JL JIjL JEHj
Finest V Bread
I WILL kr.LL AT rillll.lC AT IT I O.N
1 Asn. Bedroom Set
rim iilmvti nrtt nuarh all now. lutv-
llij; unl Imtii In iut fnw niuiuliK.
Lowla t. T,ov-cy,
1171 '.'l AlICriONKKU.
Sl'JSCIAL SALE OF
Plants and Ferns
who lile luncheon in their bed
room late at nijjhl it i.s iiuli.s
peiiMble, as it is admirably ar
ranged to hold a larjre cold hot
lie lo jjo with a small warm
bird. 'I he pi ice of this novelty
is low enough to put it within
the reach of everyone.
As we have mentioned seve-
I nil limes before, the Wcrlheini
On THURSDAY, Nov. 1, Triplex Sewing Machine is the
II MUIMNU NTRKK1.
Ii!iiiiri!:i :n:il M in Enrnnei Dry anil Fancy Goods
l-nilirx' WMrt'it (i( ivry pcilp'ioii. Al-o. frcli lino ot Clilnexe Ooodn.
Pongee & "Wliite Silk Fajaxnas
No. 1 Vhito aud Colored Mattings 1
Most Hind; aid Oivi'ii Chiuenu Ten. Cropo Shawlo, Etc.
MERCH A.W T T A.I"LiOR,I3Sra-.
tar- I'll UiiitrHiitKHl. I'rlcfc .Mmlcnitfl. -U
" M.viti,ia.l Telephone 542
Ily Jan. V. Murpiu.
1 IADE FROM
"VTliiLer ! Stronger !
Prices below nny otlici Standunl Fluur in larkct.
AT 10 0'M.OOK. A. M.,
1 will tell ul I'lllillo Auction, nt uiy.Siluc
rcKiiu, iUfiui Htri't't,
- A CHUIUK -
Variety of Plants
Magoolias, ClDDamin Trees,
Azaleas, Came'las, Beg nlas,
Ferns, E(C, Etc., Etc.
Ami l( not I'ruvliiii'ily Bolil
9000 Pmooth Cayenne
Pineapple Sioois and Suckers
Uewla J. Lovey,
1171 lii AllCTIONKhi;
ChOSINCJ OUT SALE OF
CLOCKS and JEWELRY
On FRIDAY Nov. lid,
AT IU 0'OI.OUK A. M
1 will M-lliit rnlilln Allcllmi, lit 4M KiliK
Mrcet, TIioiimx' llli.ck,
THK WJIOI.i: hl'Oi K or
Jewelry, Show Cates,
Iron Sate, Etc, Etc
Positively to be Sold Wltboot Reserve I
MT TI.IIMh ( AMI I
I ITU xt
best in the woikl. It is the
only machine that will change
the stitch fium chain to lock
without bothering with a sepa
rate and bungling attachment.
It is the only one we know of
that will sew tlnee stitches by
simply moving a thumb screw.
Nor do we know of any that
has such magnilicent tables as
those on the Wertheim. Every
part of the mechanism is con
structed with a view to simpli
city; the running parts are so
evenly balanced that a live year
old child can run it with ease.
The necessity for water motors
or dynamos for sewing ma
chines died with the intioduc
tion of the Weitheim. We
sell them for less money than
you pay for an ordinary hard
running one slitch sewing ma
chine and we would like to put
one in your home.
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDMOSOAY, Oct :il
AT 10 ON MM K A. M.,
I mil lll'lrill'tl-ll to veil in I'lilitif Alll tlllll.
iii tlm rioMiii'i'n nf Mr. I!. Wol.lT.liS, vr
nitruf Vit oriH uihl 'llui mi Awnwn,
Thu : Entiro : Houmjhold : l'tirnituro,
ASn - BEDROOM - SETS
Oik llilroi'iii Si'tKiuiil .M.tlri'yM'ji,
Carviil Inlitlil OiiK I'lil'lc,
Miirlili'-ti)('ciiU'r liililcn, Outer Itni's,
j-iiimi htiii iuiukiT mm v nun-, m,fre ol,h mnU mMie , i,,,,,-
Oak Se rotary Book Cate & Books '"" """ """'' i'l(tur" u f niy ;.
We tire ttlllmj jitcttirn rirry liny, fit to grace
nny Inline, the jiricetuf uhiclt icuiiM uttunith
tltuse mil itcitialiiteil vith the fact.
It it nut ueffttiiru tu net it lint tiruof etrhinn
wararuncK, piugt- uruMiu, nun asie, or ewjriiiiwj in outer tu lime a uork of art,
Theo. H. Davies k Co., Ld.
Calculations Lead to Correct Results.
IihiuIcIUtm, Iliiiinlia' I iimtn-. 'iirtnlii,
ruitliMi'4, Kiki r-lili'lionril, Hut Ituokw,
l.iiiini;c.s, li.it Sut mn) I'tirlns, Vuiti,
l'iii uru, Jiijuuum l'ililnt!t,
b'oviMiml oiiMiir 1'tonslls,
lot ( luini, l.tiwn Mouvr, 111 inU,
l.ut of .Mo-iP'ii D.iorn,
bi'r. ens uml W'luiluw tinli,
1 Horso Braho and Hnrnoss
BiuMli's nml IIiMIkh. I KmiKiiri'o,
(j.iiilt'ii Too , i.it , V.w , I'.tu.
Jan, F. Morgan,
1 17.1 li
KAMKUAftlEUA OIUL.S' 13UUOOL
i 'pm-J HKVr TJI't.M OK KAMIIIIA.
1 MI.IU til III Jl Hi lliiul, i w MON- ,
DAY, ri,v. Vi li. Aiili iii'ii ur inlnil- i
i. 'i. in y Im' , iiitir-i-iil to .M ii-m I'iiii iim. r
The melliml of rejirwlucttun itoui in vogue,
utiikes it iuisiWlefiirieii)ileofiiioileriite meant
at u-eltnt their uealthter neighbor, to gratify
their tnttefor the beautiful.
(treat rini( for the ilitnlay oftatte, in the
telectinn of tiibjrett, it tijj'ordeil by onr leeilng
pictures in theet form ami muitltlingi from
which to telect the fiamet.
One netil neter be (it u latt to Inuw what to
gite m ii remit, at any time or for any jmr
loc,ftir there it nothing letter than a pit tare.
ttf Amt h'IMI JIHOA it the place to get
Dl'ltlXd MY A11KKNCK KKOM T1IK.
Ihlmiilh Mr. I lorn ro (I. Crulilm Uiluly
MIL 111 )Olll liomt. Ml Kuiiiinmiiflin Miji-ml. hi t ;.; llu- utttorU. il to rert-lv mi.l reculiit fur ull
Ullk'SS Villi iVirliViil'iilv mini m''Vi"' J'",i';',-,""'' ll Mi" Ivmi 11 mim,. ,H mill nwinu tu ine.J. V. I.mi.
Ulllt.SS)OU p.UIH.UI.111) COUI I llml, NiiinNv iimrti.., loin ti to 12 j. Ilt ,y iiilo ifi M.m.Wr '.M, 1MII,
IV'ir lllllu' v.' win 1 1. 1 vmrir,.U ' """ ",.',' "' 'M.l,;:rl I'V,"!1.'1 ''1'11, ' m wlilfli IIh I will rMnnlly uttiinl.
ILI llllht L WUlllll SllggCSI ciiiiIn riii. ii on li 1 ilu i$JJ Dii u n ' J, W. I.UX1NO.
i'.ir Nn iiiip Ii'hiiu m.viv il .iiih'rt'wlvti
tii.it yuii puitiKise an impioveu
Sliuiii I'illiir f t 1111 in. 'I li. "
(i. Wilder" !i.ui.hi'iiN a hit of ,TIie EwoptanLuacliRoonis
lein in assuiied sizes.
I'lKH'K HIMI I'Mprlt'liir,
Honolulu, Oct. 17, I.V'I. Iltri Im
a s i:xii:nii;Nt'i:ii ktijnoiika-
J iiliir ilnlri' iliniliiyiiiuiit lltia uIm
liml I'lwrli'lifo iHL'nllvi'liir nml runvimiT
n Uitlili-tnllll AililruNii 'll..l.htrncliun,"
lor m Ii'Milry llrnii woiihl Im ulml nl tin.
UewrlH J. Lovoy,
Iloli.l K I im I iiiiiitt ii 1 1 1 .it. 1 1 at I (! Intl
Mr,, i ployini'lil iih nliuM tir in un v
im. ii ii-.. ii.j n. u.i ' lie Niiiilnlitllll AililruH. Ml.
1 B qW iirUWd 0 LU. LIU. PikI.Hc Un.lc iii Mn.kiMlft nli.c o.-nirul imiiwry, lloni.lt.lii. liv.nu
, .. iiiiH'V'u g iiuiiu i uiij'iviuiu lliU'u .
At ull ...im l'oli..imi:. Kollull.-.l. , l( '"" frlj"' "1! ''"
tifyjr iour MiMi)ii7r. IUiV-.I'ii u a KoiiiUinid (o risHfw it,
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Corner Fort. A. Hotel &t.
From Recent Direct Importations
MAWS' TOOTHBRUSHES !
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. ZjA.TZ.Orin ASSORTMENT.
Of any imported, JuhI received hy