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Daily Bulletin Supplement, November 21, 1894.
between China and Juimn
will cauBc prices for their
silk fabric to go higher ; no
country can fight Hnd weave
silk at the same time. The
price has already advanced
and the papers state that
the war w likely to be "on"
for two or thn years. It
behoove the careful buyer
to purchase now We had
n immense stock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
war was declared, conse
quently we can continue to
sell at the old prices as long
as our present stock holds
out, and then the War will
force prices up. Uur last
consignment consists of Silk
T-v , , , ., i I ii vuu wbuv uuuoij iiuivur. nvniin-
Dress Goods, both figured bio at a moment's notice, boo Joseph
and plain : Morning Gowns Tinkor, who is agent for a vapor
for Ladies and Gi-nts, .silk I enKino that uuot bo8ton
Kimonos, Smoking Jack- Proceedings and reports of com-
to. Silk Pajamas, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens, i
Lamp Shades, Lunch Bas-
KCtS, etc., t'IC. ,
Hotel 8L (Arlington Mock),
Mm. J. 1. 1. Coli.aco, Proprietress.
HOP LdlNG & C ).,
KK HOTKI, 8TKBKT,
- Wholeiale Dealers Id -
Lipi's and Manila Cigars
General Chinese MercneneMae
SUCB Al -
.Nut OIU, lllce, UattlnK.
Chinese Bllkt. Tea,
Engliih ut Aaeriou Qroceriea
lly Every Coast Htam"
MUTUAL TEMil'HONK 147.
W. W. AHANA.
333 2TvraJ&vi Btrv
KDjUtsb, Scotch and Amertcao
Htyla and Kit Uuaranunl.
(Jleauing & Repairing
iDtml Tele. 668. P. 0. Box 144
C. R. COLLINS,
Fine Harness, Saddles
Carriage Tops, Cushions,
Fenderi, Datlicb, Sturm Aprons, Ktc, Etc.
210 King St. P. 0. BOX 496. j
ISLAND UUDKKH HOLIOITR11.
OTIOE IB HKHKIIY U1VKN THAT !
all claims ocolnut the Criterion Sa
loon wit he nettled by Mr Jas. F. Mor
uau, and all outstanding accounts due the
tViterlou Saloon ami the jobbing houe of
It. 11, nee up m the above datn are payable
to Mr. 1,. II. Dee. All bills U(!lnst L H.
Uee please present Immediately for pay
went. 1.11, DKK.
Honolulu, Oct. 3, ltW. IIW lm
LOCAL A.NJ OKNKHaL NKWh
Tai Co. has a uolico
The officers of the Mutual Tele
phone Company are advertised in
Sin Moi has bought out Sun Tal
Kee, whose debts will be paid by
Sun Tai Kee.
The steamer Pole brought a leper,
a young native woman, from Kauai
Seo now adv. of California Fruit
Market. It will show you what to
get for Thanksgiving.
S. Parker and Captain Ahlborn
boarded the W. G. Hall at Maalaoa
and are in town again.
W. G. Irwin is now presidont of
the Mutual Telophono Company in
place of II. A. Widomann.
dealer in dress
goods, M. S. Levy,
special to say to
the ladies in to
If you want uhoap powor, avails-
- "fflThoSS,5 '
number of the Planters' Monthly. '
L do L Ward h to .. ,
tiou In the ofllco of W. G. Irwin &
Co. id. His many frionds will bo
pleased to hear of his advancomont.
Mrs. Bradley, wife of tho musical
professor, is a niece of M. Slater,
architect of St. Andrew's Cathedral,
who has been consulted by Queen
Owing to the boisterous woathor
prevailing yesterday evening no sor-.
vices were hold at tho gospel tent.
V..Hwr nurmliilniF ii- p. r ..,!
v eat nor permitting uov. fc.no L-o wis '
will preach there this evening. I
Tho residents of Lahaina havo
been very generous in their contri
butions towards thu St. Andrews'
Fair, which lakes place on next
Saturday in tho Cathedral grounds.
Fresh apples, aranns. poaches.
plums, etc., celery, cauliflower, cab-1
bage, etc., salmon, oysters, erabs,
etc., will bo received at tho Callfor-1
nia Fruit Market by the Alameda
Complaint is made of a numbor of
small l'ortugueso boys who, every '
afternoon after tho Punahoti Pro-.
I paratory School is closed, uso tho
1 wator in the fountain on tho grounds
for bathing purposes.
I Dry weather is reported in Konn,
Hawaii, ami on Maui, ltain fell in
I Kona on Monday night, for tho first
time in a long while ami tno show
ers wore hoavy. A passenger by the
W. G. Hall reports Maui as dry and
Thursday of next woek having
beeu prodaimed as Thanksgiving
Day by President Clovelaud, the
United States Minister invites all
American citizens resident in Ha
waii to attoud services to bo hold iu
the different churches hero nn that
! In connection with the gospel tent
' ........!... IlAa... .. !..!. .11 . !l....
buiwi-i-b loauoio am iwiiik uuinuui
ed, containing the principles of the
church called "Thu Disciples." They
are working for the restoration of
primitive Christianity, as they dis
cover it iu tho plain text of the Now
ROUGH WEATHER AX SEA.
1 LIvm htock on the Iwnlani from Kauai
Suffered from the Bbaking-up.
I Tl... at ...... .v. 1... .!. ! ...!n...l .l.t
morning from Kauai with thirty-six
hor1so''' tn colts, OHO hull, six pats
and oue stallion from Nawiliwili.
Tjiu btouk ' ' property of W. II.
luce and is boiuir taken to Kaivai-
hao. Tho Iwalaui will leave for
Kawaiuae at 1 oolook this after
noon. The steamer met with rough
weather on tho passage from Kauai.
About yesterday midnight the Iwa
laui lay to off Waianau on accouut
of tho storm. Tho auimals were on
the forward deck. Two of them
died on the passage, and another
after being landed on tho Inter
Island wharf. Several of tho horses
and colts were put on tho wharf t his
morning, where they wore examined
by Mr. Green, the Humane Society
agent. Thoy showed evidence of
having suffered on the passage,
there being sores on their sides.
The local wheelmen are very much
put out over tho prevailing wet
woathor, as, should it continue, it
will make tho roads so muddy that
tho road race set down for Saturday
will havo to bo postponed. Terrill
and Griffiths, the Coast flyers, are in
fino fettle. Tho entries for both
tho road raco and the mooting on
Thanksgiving day close at fi o'clock (
Most of tho speedy town wheel
men have already entered, ileury
Giles has boon unable to be out for
the past woek on account of tteing
in ill health. His friends, however,
hope ho will be as fit as a Gddlo for
1 tho Thanksgiving races. As Urii
I fiths will not enter for the races on
that day, ho will act as handicappcr.
Preparing for Christmas.
Mrs. Boardtnau's "Ka Maile" stock
is nearly all sold and anticipating a
hoavy demand for Christmas goods
sho ordored a fino line of Fancy
Articles, etc., thoy will arrive on
tho next Australia,
mi ? Ki
and commodious lauai will bo fitted
up as a show room. All her old
customers and the Honolulu people
i ......... .1 .... t..!. ,i .. i. .....!. .l.i.
In gonoral are iuvited to inspect this
stock of Christmas '
"Long Coat firothor."
George W. Smith, tho well-known
vI,i. ., Vi., r'r,i,.,P i u c,i,1, u
XJ '"ft wiS"!l ', no '
woul he "au "ot seen lor fifteen
.,.-,. r. u.ui. t. ...126.96.36.199....1 ...
.,, ' . ,'silM,rl. hi. flr, rfolnir
vast trade, lie is now on his way to
Europe to buy goods.
Al Wiltiami' Studio are to be soon
Portraits on Wntch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for liHMiin. by tlm set or
Dailu llulUtin SO crnttprr month. '
TO DK IIRI.P AT
November 29, 1894
CommenclDg it 2 O'clock P. M.
11 Mile; Maiden (fcratch); lt and
-yA Mile; Ujioii (bcratcli); Ut prize.
'i Mile; Novice (handicap); 1st and
41 Mile; Open (handicap); lut mid
fiU Mile; Hoy a under l.'i years; lot and
0 ft Mile; (ien iboratch); lnt pritu.
71 Mile: a-nilnute cluns (hcrutcli); Inland
K-;iMlloHcraich; lut prlrc, Itaiublcr Tro-
phy; '.'d prlt", Hold
IU .Medal; .Inl price,
The entrance ft4 for tho :M, 4th and ith
rai-ea Si U), all the others $1,
Kntrlex can now Im mud- ut thu Uyclury,
107 King street, where blanks for thu pur
pitie can lie obtained. The entrleM will
clone on WKDNEUUAV, .November al,
lb!U, at 0 o'o.ock i'. m.
Kull purtluularii of thu lU-.MIIe Kimd
Hacotoiaku placoou tiattirday afternoon.
November 'Jltli, will ht-Klvmi Inter. llH!l-tt
People's Bifltjige Ezpreis
AM. ANY l'AKT OK THK
;y for ItXtiOAOK. All Hasiraire
received liv uh will be handled with cure
and dispatch. Viil';oiih will hi on the
Wharf to meet ull I'oreiu uml Inter
Island Bteamcrs Movinfi I'ianus and
Kurnlturu a specialty. Ulllee United
CttrrlaKU Co. and 1,1 vor v Stables, corner of
Klin? a id Kort Streets nen to K O Hull
A; Son. Doth relephones iMO.
lloOIIui M T. MAHSHAM,
Mutual Telephone 507.
Bell Telephone 460.
HOUSE AMD LOT AT AUCTION.
1 N AlVOItllANCK WITH AN OltDKIt
' "ml License of Bole entered In nnt by
,l,e '''rfnli Court of the First I'irciitt, In
rroonie, on iucjuiii nay 01 uctotcr, iwi.
In the mutter of the Eitato nt Marls o'Hut.
' J.'"?: '"I? ?' "?J,'!'ui lnc'V.l..,J,,,""
UerilBiieu Ins received Instructions from
Abraham rernatidcr, Bxccutorof thu will
of raid Maria O'Sulllvan. U kcII at public
ruction, hi iii salesrooms In said llono
iilii.onBATUItltAY. tlu mtli day of No.
verolier, 1WH, nt l'J o'clock noun, that very
desirable reslJenco proiwty situate at
I SWi,,o8"Hfcalnl!,,,0,,,,,l, mn 0CC,",,C, 'y
i ,l,l on wltluh ro t Inrgii uud In
dcllnK bouse, ..early ncw. toqoi
stable, carriage house, servants'
! ni,!.-,.,, i,nn.. .. .!,,.. ,1.. ,
chicken limine, rto , being tho iireinlici
deKcribed In adreil from Kiniiia M. Heck
ley to l'eter O'Hulllvun ami Itomana K.
OrHulllvAii, dnted August 30, 1K9I. and
rrcontMi in i.ihertu, nt pacex H0-141.
The nbove mIo oIIit' it full importunity
to win a ili-iilrili'e li'iiii". In thn moit
1 healthful p'jrilon of thocliy. as well man
owinnK lur iiiTeaiiucni in a locality wtiurn
valueii are ci rtnin to rl rapidly
JtKurtliiT itrilciilarn may be had by
Inquiring of' W .nliford ttnnio l.irtlic
Kiit'iuor, or of the underalifiied.
U. J. I.KVKV,
Dated thU Atli day of November, 1HI.
bunch in Town.
I'vtim n.iia Oc3troe
I Abb 11,LlW
THK KINEST BRANDS OK
4LwVh ok uann
li. J NOLTB, Prop
-A. Family Hotel.
HrKC'IAI. MONTHLY BATCH.
The Ileal of Attendonce, thelloet Bltoatlon
and the 1'lnent Meals In the City,
T. KRODSE, .... Proprietor.
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
3ST. F. BTjiR,GhE3SS
la (Kaln pruparud to lepalr ()rden Hone,
BprinklerB, Water Tap., ef. daw KillnK
nud all kind of Tool a sluryened, Inolod
Iiik (!rli)K Knives ann Sciinorit; lwn
atoaeraakpeciaitv: alio BettiliR Olaia; in
fart ad klndx of JobbluK. Work called for
and returned King up 162 Mutual Tele
phone any time hefor I a. m. ll'utf
DUKIMi MY AIIHKNOK KKOM THK
Islands Mr. Horace O. Crabbo is duly
autliorited to rerulve and receipt for all
monies due nndowlni; to me,. I. W. I.ttti
Iuk. at my otllco until November 'i, IBU1,
at which date I will ticrsonally attend.
J. W. MIN'IKO.
liouolulu, Oct. 17, It'll. ltUVlm