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Daily Bulletin Supplement, November 23, 1894.
Grocery v Store
32! NUUAN'II HrltKKT,
Between Hotel and King Street, next to
Ha opened n Firatela (Iruc-ny
a above. Ha will keep ninny on
the licit nml l'rrslieit
CATTLE FOB COAL.
How Sam Parker Hurried an Ocean
In its notice of thu delayed arrival
of the steamer Alameda, the San
Francisco Daily Report has the fol
lowing: Only once hofore was Captain
Morse in danger of bringing his ves
sel into port behind time. Tho
Alamutla had boon delayed at Hono
lulu takini? in n load of stnrar. and
as tho weather was very bad the j
skipper did not want to press her. '
Hton- Among the passengers was bam
hand l'arkor, at that tiuiu one of Kala
' kaua's Ministers. lie wanted to
American and English Groceries order toorJre7ecuJtM. aa banqLt!
and Captain Morse did not expect ,
to got in beloro btiuuay at noon
KwongSingLoyf SING LOY,
! IIM It,, "Iitiu Block.'
01-B8 llDf St,, III! Illlllll SI
Canned GoodH, Etc.,
IiIm bett to p! !( nil
V. I'nrchasrs delivered to nil parts
ot the Oily.
2vli3.tvial X'olopliori.o S257.
IUl Tsk 331 P. 0. Box 207. Mutual Tele. 880. P. 0. Box 107.
Just Received Hen's and Boy's Suits I
Colored Tweeds 7 GO
Diagonals 7 GO
English Serge G 00
Boy SnitH (elegant.) G 00
Chinese, Japanese and Indian Goods 1
13rA Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cuttcra and a complete line of Engliflh and
BartfeN rtro Iwmraice Co.,
LsaJsa A UMUklre Fire lit. Co.,
ThtBM m4 Mwtwj alartae lift. Co.,
Mow feck Ufa la. Co.,
G. 0. BERBER,
Qaaeral Afsit lor Hawaiian Ulaada.
l'arkor was distrusted. After think
itig tho matter over he went on tho
t bridge and asked, "Captain, how
many tons of coal extra would it re
quire to got us into San Francisco
on Saturday!' "About imv was
the answer. "How many bullocks i Andean Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed,
(at that timo l'arkor owned a very i
...11t fl... ...... ..... IIIU.,1
I'Udii & iim uunnui was, nifuiiw l
eighty." "Very well," said Parker, I
"shovel in the coal and got mo there
in timo for that banquet by all i
means." There were only two boil
ers in use at that timo, but a third
was got ready, and for that 21
hours tho steamer made .'ISO miles J
against a heavy head sea anil wind.
1 he fourth boiler was then put iuto
requisition, and tho good ship log
ged !M1 miles for tho twenty-four
hours and lauded Minister l'arkor
in San Francisco fire hours before
the timo set for tho banquet.
LAUNCH Or THE ST. LOUIS.
largo cattlo ranch on the island of! A I?FXTIT' T fTl? ft? "i I? VTTC31 IT ATOl
i) would it take to pay for that A1 AJI AU JU JLl Hi J V X UtlX JL O AJL IV. A 0 1
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
alakM ail KJcatroi StraaU.
rpHK UNDKUUIUNKI) AKK 1'KK
X pared to make all klndt of Iron
lirau, Bronte, Zinc, Tin and litd Catl
ing. Alio General Repair Bhon for
Blearu Knelnei. Klco Mills, Corn Mill,
Water Wheel!, Wind Mllli.etc. Machine
for tbt Cleaning of Cotlee, Castor Oil.
Beam, Uaiule, filial, Pineapple lave and
other Fibrous Plants and 1'aiwr block.
Alio Machinal (or KxlrantlUK Hinrnh from
the Manioc, Arrow Knot, etn.
aia All orders promptly attended u
Tho LurRoit Vonel Evor Built In
Aiuorlcu Namod by Mr. Olevo
land. Tho magnificent steamship St.
Louis, of tho American Lino, was
successfully launched at Cramp's
shipyard, Philadelphia, Nor. 12th in
the presence of M),(M)0 people. Mrs. i
Cleveland, wife of tho President, I
broke tho traditional bottle of chain-1
pague on tho bow of the steamer aa i
she glided into the water. The St.
Louis is more than twice as large as
any steamship hitherto built in
America. She is considerably larger
than tho Paris or the New York and
of the steamships now alloat is seo
ond in si.o only to tho Campauia
and tho Lucauia. The St. Louis is
more than one-tenth of a mile long. I
Iter dimouHious are as follows
W1ELAND - EXTRA. - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
Commercial -:- Saloon
&RBY KLEMME, Manager.
Cor. Nuiisnu tc Heretanlt Btr, Honoltiln.
Tbt Only Sporting Hooit Id Town.
O. P. S. a Specialty
Lohengrin Lager Beer
A'lays on Dranght. 2 Glasses fur 25c.
licit of Wlnei, I.lqiiori and Cigar
always on hand.
Bavo Half tho Amount of Your Oil
BUI Through Bavlng in Pigment.
ivuuiit over an, mti leei; leugiu on i I T1 1
loadwator line, KM feet; extreme MerCIiailtS LXCliailffG
beam, CJ feet j depth of hold, 12 feet;
draught of water, 2(1 feet; gross re- aIDU. ... , ,
,rl.tr. 1 1 11) i.ii, ll..r f.nll Uhii. 8. 1. BHAW, Proprietor.
n. ...., ! w ... ..w. .. .- vn
and Pine Beer
tirely of steel and is American from
the keelson to the truck. No foreign
materials enter into her construc
tion. She is of American model and
design, of American material and
wax built by American skill ami
uiuhcIu. -CuMiH'rcinl AVirj.
I.ciol U more durable than Unserd
WHITEJUTMAN It CO.
To All Loven of 8ea Bathing I
WILL HI KKI'T IN
Propurlni; for Christmas,
Mrs. lioardiuau's "Ka Maile" stock
is nearly all sold and anticipating u
heavy demand for Christmas goods
she ordered a flue line of tauoy
Articles, etc., they will arrive ou i
the next Australia. Her large
and commodious lauai will bo fitted
up as a show room. All her old
customers and the Honolulu people
in general are invited to iuspect this
maguilu'out stock of (Jliristmas
HKI.I. TKI.Ki'HONK 4'JI.
Cor. King and Nuuanu Hlreet, Honolulu.
Mrs. Y. It. .Meek, who resides at
Caiuptouville, L'nl,, sayH her daugh-
LIM1TKD NUMIIKK UK BHAIlKti
In the South Kon Cotter Uoninany
The Company hits inquired llvo hiindrnl
acres f eollVt) land In fee niini.'e ut 1'uim 'J,
Koilth Kuni. Hawull, nhotil thren ainf iniu
htilf mllet from lloopulon Imidlnh'. 'I'lie
lund U Hiiiong thu l)ent for coll'ue rowliin
in Kona, tlie Bull coimliitliiKof very rich h-h
and entlly worked. A lnrK nutiilier of
, Hhares Iibvh already ht-eu hiilisorllied for.
'KW Apply to
1 J.M. MUNHAlllt.VT,
Cartwrluht'i lllmik, Merulmnl ntreet
M. T. DONNELL,
rmr N. II biclul Acrommodaiiou for
lAdlei and (Ihildrfii.
AND SOr.K JIANUKAOTliriKII
-Wlbl. ATTKNH TO-
iBuagemfint and Sail ol Propuny
- tHP -
Collecting In All Its Branches.
Omen No. 42 Merchant Hlreet.
MUTHii'1' lX'3CXiSZ'XXOXT3S 300
ter was for several years troubl
times with severe cramps in the sto
mach, and would be in such agony
that it was necessary to call in a '
physician. Having read about patentee
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ami ;
Diarrliou-a Hoiuedy, she concluded
to try it. She found that it almost t.... t--j t- a rii!
gave prompt relief. It was seldom NCW FatflDteQ FOl SUMer
necessary to the second dose. "It ,
lias not only saved us lots ol worry
and time," she says, "but also doctor
bills. It is my opinion that every
family should have a bottle ot this
remedy in the house." For sale
all druggists. Mousou, Smith
' Co., ageuta for Hawaiian Inlands,
Kvery painter should use I.ucoi. in
stead of Linseed Oil, bccuiiHu:
'i. l.ccoh Is more tconomlcal than
l'UOOF THAT LUGOL IH MOKE
Six years of actual uo in exterior
liiiiiKo painting in California (the
most trying climate fur paints), in
the burning beat of the Arizona Des
ert, thu Arctic cold of Alaska, and ou
the Atlantic coast, have fully ami
practically nhowu that Lucoi. alwuys
outwears l.iusuuil Oil under the sumo
conditions. All the acid works in
Man Francisco have discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lucol,.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Tut strong ammonia ou Linseed and
Lucol paints. Thu LiiiKCt-d paints
aie dontroytd in a few minutes; the
Lucol paints are practically uuallcct
ed, PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Break up 1) lbs. paste white lead
in one pint of Lrcoi., and the same
ipi.iutity in ouu pint of Liiinccd Oil.
Spread the paints ou similar dark
surfaces (or coiup.irifou. Tbo Lucol
paint spru.ids as far as and covers
much better than the Linseed paint.
To gut equally good covuriug with thu
Linked paint you have to use - lbs.
of while lead to one pint of Liusccd
Oil. This means a having of j) lb. of
pastu lead to each pint of Luuoi. lined,
or 0 lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half thu
llrst cost of the Lttcoi..
Li'coi. is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil MiUuiulcr.
C&- All Orders or ('ommmilrsthiiiR
adilrehHcd to K (). MhII ,V Hon. I.M..
(who havtt them ou Hale), or to M. T.
llonuell, will reonlve promiit attention.
The Daily llulletin, M cent
month, delivered by carrieri,
Agents tor the Hawaiian Islands