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This is to inform tho Planters
that I hno mado connections
JAPAN EMIGRATION CO.
aud that before becoming idontifiod
with it, J had tho oppoitunity of
investigating the status of several
otllor conform?. My clioico foil
on tho one 1 now represent, be
cmuso of their standing in tho bu
siness community unci their lcliu
bilily. 1 nm now in n position to pnp
ply LABORERS MONTHLY,
if desired, on tho following con
ditions: 1. Passage money fur males,
$30, and f.-mnles S'JO, end all ox
pouscs of qunrununo and hospital
2 W g.H, 12 GO for males;
$7.50 for females per month.
.'5. Contracts to bo for three
1. Wo refund u pro-ruta sum
of money fr any poriod of tho
contract which may remain after
the doserti' n of the laborer.
Wo liao connections with tho
JAPAN MATL STEAMSHIP
CO., cilliig hsro monthlv, tho
TOYO and NN YO MARU,
and anoth'r line about to bo
Follow it g are tho persons who
composo tho company :
GOZO TATENO, ox Minister
KA, ow, cr .i TOYO and NAN JO
owner of TOYO and NAN YO
SiUMOFII I.A'lAWt, : un
dent of tho T..o.lj j ci'i il 'Na
tional B ink.
KATINO SL'DZUKI, Manager
of Okavamu Bank.
YOSHIO SHIMANCHI, Mer
chant of Osaka and Newohong.
Manager Yudzu Bank of Osaka.
Wo solicit your patronage. Wo
guarantee to givo all entire satis
faction, aw wo have the most ex
!erieuced leeruits of luborois in
fa pan in our employ.
G-. E. Boardman,
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tiituatod on a Deautiful llillsido Overlook
ing tlio Ocean, and 1300 feet
uhcvo Sea Lool.
Only 24 hour' sail from Honolulu.
Clininto mild, o'o.ir dry almosplieie, free
fioui fugB aud uiiilmia, (special pruvinion
for quitt anil l'ht as well as for anuiBO
uient and outdoor lifo. Hales S2 per day
or 010 por ween Medical attend, uco estia,
Ml. II. '..LINDLFY, Prop.,
325 tf Kona, Hawaii
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Sheet.
A Quitt, Homelike Place, wbero Trained
Nursus, Massage, "Swoilit.li Movtouout,"
JSutliH, Eleotricity and Pliyoical Training
may bo obtniuetl.
r. h. KELLoaa, m. d
Telephone 039. Superintendent.
1'eiBons desirous of making an iuest
mont cin purelm-io a ) lying block of pro
perty fronting on King and Mauuakea
streets by calling on
m-U JOHN F. COLBUKN .
The JSvenimj Bulletin, 75 cents
No. 10 Store
Rugs! Iub! Rugs I
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpets,
Crumb Cloths and Druggcto.
CSS All Just llecoived at
Most respectfully beg leave
to notify the ladies and house
keepers of Honolulu that they
now have thoir stock of
Beady for inspection, and
to draw thoir attention to tho
extremoly low prices. Goods
in every lino and of tho latest
styles will bo bold regardless
of cost, at tho
Von Holt Block;, Ipng feeefc
H. W. SCHMIDT &. SONS,
Yon Holt Block, King Streit
lluUhlnu (om.Ii to
man's attire Is Lis seni f
niul bow tliey do
Daresay you lmve
a drawer filled at home
Tills makes us u nndcr
what becomes of all the ties
that aro sold and U
jou see these latest
creations you won't
bonder at the eelllnj,'.
Picking was never easier.
" The KasH,"
I. LEVINGSTON, - Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hole! Street : : VfaYCrlCy BlOCk
All tenants and others indebted
to Liliuokalani will please tako
notico that tho undersigned has
been appointed Agent of her
Estate, under full Power of Attor
ney. Prompt payment of indebt
edness is requested.
J. O. CARTER,
208 Morchant street,
Honolulu, o. 4th, 18i)G. 475 lm
City Ourriago Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. It you want a
hack with good horso and care
ful driver ring up Tolopbono 113,
aornor of Fort and Merchant
jtrv'ots- iiuck at all hours.
Unable to Work !
NO APPETITE I
COULD NOT SLEEP I
COMPLETELY CURED HIM.
Mr. T. .T. nunc, of Wnlkrrtlllc, A1
lalile, South Australia, writes!
"t rfkv t5i
"k j oars aso, I had an attark of
IndiRcstion anil Liver Complaint
that lasted for weeks ; I was unable
to do any laud work, hail no appe
tite, food distressed mo, and I suf
fored much from headache. My
skin was sallow and sloop did nut
refresh me. 1 tried several rn
dies and consulted a doetor, mi. -out
obtaining any relief; HnaM,
one of mj customers reeoinunndel
Ayor's Sarwiparilla. It helped nm
from tho first, lit i'.iet. after taking
six bottles I was completely cared,
and eould eat am thing and fclee:
like a child."
Gold f.lcd;! at the Wcrld's Slid Eynci'.tai;.
AYER'S PILLS, Mild but EficclUe.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Sole Agonts for tbo Itepnblio ot Hawaii.
III ' llll) Jilt."
Miss Hopo Ross, tho delightful
little ingouuo of tho Frawley
Company, has a sweot part in
Boucicault's comedy, "Tho Jilt,"
in which Mr. Frawley has decided
to closo tho present season on
TtiHsday night. In ono of tho
scones, Miss ;tos,s ployB a violin
solo, accompunipil on tho piauo
by the verstilo Miss Bates an 1,
by the way, the violin that Miss
Ross uses is a very valuablo
"Stradivarius" which she has
lately become tho possessor of.
Miss Robs is not only a good ac
tress, but is quito a musician bo
I.. A. Tliiimtuii Hurt.
Wbilo coming down to his oflico
this morning on his wheel, Hon.
L. A. Thurston mot with un acci
dent which resulted in slight in
juries to himself and a badly do
moralized whool. While his in
juries are not severe Mr. Thurston
is taking a (layoff in consequence,
and tho Morris opium smuggling
caso which was to have gono on
this morning in the police court
was coutiuuod until tomorrow.
(Juno to Yucatan.
A. Murques writos to friends
hero that tho theosophical inves
tigations which ho is now carry
ing on have lesulted in his taking
a trip to oxploio somo anciout
ruins and archives in Yucatan,
Coutral Amoiican, and that he
may not be oxpeotod in Honolulu
for at least six months.
Mm. i:iully II lljiliir.
This ludy, who loot tires this
aftoruoon iu Honolulu, is a lead
ing theosophist and very talented
woman. Tho statement is inado
that ono of tho objects of hor visit
to Honolulu is to investigate ka
hunaisra as it exists and has beou
practiced on thoso islands.
Wall. Nichols Co. urn thn nnln
and exclusive agents for Finney's
Hawaiian JJiroctory. A supply
was delivered to thoin todnv.
Pooplo on tho othor islauds who
wibii a copy can secure ono
nromntlv bv addressincr the nbovo
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
KxricTKit orritiAL aitoint-
mi ntn iv pvirn nrAti:s.
I'orpnritiliit; Tor Wur ultli Mpnln
Tin Vi'iH'iifln ai hlliMttou-U arm
I'ulltlr. In Cn mnii.
By tho arrival of tho barkontiuo
S. G. Wilder yestorday, San Fran
cisco dotes to thif 15th of Novoni'
bor aro received. A Htimmury ot
the most important intelligence is
Democrats won in Wyomiug.
McKiulej's plurality in Penn
sylvania was 301,173
Bryan's plurality in Texas would
bo at leost 150,000. In Arkansas
ho was ahead 73.GU3.
Stormy weather oil' Puget Sound
has kept vessels from going out.
Wreckage has come ashore along
tho southern Oregon coast. '
There is great activity in the
Brooklyn navy yard. Possiblo
trouble with Spain is surmised as
tlio cause. A grand concourse
of tho navy at New York is antici
It is expected that Justico Field
will resign from the Supremo
Court on McKiuley's accession
and that Senator Cushman K.
Davis of Minnesota will be his
Waltor Johnson, colored heavy
weight of Philadelphia, nearly
whipped Finnic P. Slavin of Aus
tralia in a four round contest in
that city. Johnson was the fresher
man when time was cilled.
Bernard J. Wefors of tho Now
York Athletic Club has bioken
tho aninteur record for 100 yards
dash, covering tho distanco twice
in 10 Poconds and onco in 10 1-5
seconds. George Doiiors owned
tho former lecoid of 10" U-o sec
onds. President Cleveland will make
Seciotavy Herbert Chief Justico
of tho Court of Claims to succeed
Justice Richardson, deceased. Ex
Congressman Fonnan of Illinois
has accepted tho position of Com
missioner of Inland Revenue
Thus these Gold Democrats aro
Tho sky scraping structure go
iug up at Third and Market streets
is to bo named after Glaus Spreck
els instead of the Call nowspapor.
This chango of name has occa
sioned rumors to the effect tha,t
John D. Spreckols bus found tho
backing of nowspapers too costly
Warm Chinook winds have
molted snows in tho mountains,
causing disastrous Hoods in Wash
ington. Tho Skagit river roso 20
feet iu 48 hours. Throe million
feet of logs broko loose at ono
point. Trains are delayed by
washouts. Loggers' booms in Oro
gon have boon swopt away.
Tho dream of oloctrical and me
chanical engineers was expected
to bo realized whon tho huge trans
formorB at Niagara Falls should
begin their work tho morning of
November 10, and 1,000 horso
power of elect! ieul energy bo
transmitted to Buffalo, whero it
would bo used in tho operation of
a svstom of Buffalo street rail
ways. Mrs. G. H. Bend and hor two
daughters, Misses Amy and
Beatrice Bend, wero saloon pas
sengeiB on tho North Gorman
Lloyd steamer Ems, which sailed
from Now York on November 14
for Genoa. Miss Amy, it is
whispered, is botrothod to Wil
liam K. Vandorbilt, and it is said
that tho wedding may take place
Gonoral Fithugh Loo, U. S.
Consul Gonoral at Havana, has at
AVoshiugton submitted recoin
mondations to Prosidont Clovoland
on tho Cuban question. Thoir
nature is not divulged.
Tho arrival of Cuban exilos iu
Spain has had a bad offoct at Mad
rid. Tho Spanish authorities in
Cuba aio of the opinion that these
prisonors ought to havo been sent
to tho Island of Fernando iustead
of beiug taken to Spaiu for con
finement. Cuban insurgents fixed a dyua
milo mine in front of their in
trenchment, near Loiua Rubi.
When the Spanish troops, under
Genoiah Muiinsi and I'ichnuuc, ap
prnnchnd the iusuigentN exploded
their dynamite, causing groat loos
of lifo. Munoz is reported killed,
and ono of Echagno's legs blown
olf. It is repotted in Havana that
General Castellauo has been made
a'prisouor by Geuoral Gomez
near Puerto Principo.
The steamer Mazatlan, valued at
$150,000, finest in tho-Gulf trade,
struck a rook named Rosa Reiua,
between La Paz and Mazatlan,
Mexico, tho night of November (5
and becumo a total loss. There
was a panic among tho passeugors
as tho vosboI filled and sank, but
all on board wero lauded safely iu
If IMCOI'lCr C'ANAIM.
rOllMIDAIlLK BltlTISlI SHIPS FOR
NOHT1I PACIFIC STATION.
A Victoria, B. 0., dispatch of
November 13 says: "Having mode
Esquimalt and Victoria harbors
practically impregnable by tho
construction of a series of wonder'
fill forts that are a marvel of
modem engineering skill, tho
British War Office is now taking
Btill another stop forward in tho
direction of making Esquimalt
ono of tho stiongest strategic
points in tho empire. As usual
with the Biitish authorities, tho
plan has beeu kept a closo secret
and it was only last night through
a private lcttor ftom Admiral
Stephenson, who has just leturn
ed to England iu tho Royal
Arthur, that Victorians obtained
an inkling of what is contemplated.
"This latest movo is practically
to doublo tho efficiency of tlio
North Pacific bquadron, replacing
each vessel of tlio present ileot by
a lighting ship of much moro mo
dern typo, and at tho somo time
bringing around one of tho largest
and host battleships to be used as
a guardship iu conjunction with
the laud fortifications.
"The presout and contemplated
changes are, it is explained, not
made with a view to menacing
other nations, but with tho inten
tion of guarding Canada's western
shores, and that on tho Pacific
there may bo a Hoot that can co
opeiate with tho North Atlantic
fleet if necessary. The British
floot on tho North Atlantic is be
ing strengthened also to render
effective coucerted action possible,
and tho Canadian Pacific railroad
will bo provided with protection
as well whero great damage and
dolay might otherwise bo caused
by a hostile power.
"Tho intention is to havo tho
Pacific and Atlantic fieotB undor
such conditions that they can co
operate, and the South African
fleet will bo in a position to act
with tho West Indian fleet if nec
essary. Tho Powerful or Terri
ble, tho enormous first class cruis
ers of 14,000 tons, will bo sent to
Halifax, and thero will be gath
ered togothor buoIi a huge floot of
warships that their like has not
boon seen before in the waters on
the west of this continent. A bat
tleship of similar sizo and effec
tiveness will come to Esquimalt,
and when the changes aro com
plete fully 5,000 men will bo in
seivice undor tho Admiral of this
" Tho first move towards
stieugthening the lleot has al
ready been publicly announeod.
In a fow weeks tho Satollito will
bo rolioved by a vessel throo times
hor sizo, tho Phnoton, a twin scrow
second-clasB cruipor of 4,320 tone.
Then nt intorvals of not moro
than threo months, each of the
others will bo roplacod by Bteol
vossols of tho latest pattern,
speedier, largor and moro heavily
armed than thoso uow comprising
tho ileot. How many vessels oro
to bo sent has not boon learned,
but that tho ileot will bo thorough
lyo fliciont is fully assured. To
romploto tho work at tho station
three torpedo-boat doRtroyors aro
also to bo attached to tho flagship
and threo to tho guardship."
It is said Enirlond would wel
come Chauncoy M. Depew as tho
aucceesor of Embassador Bayard.
Tho scheme to supply London
with water from Wales hoB been
revived. V wun!r ( t $100,000,
000 including tlio purchase of
rights of existing watT compa
nion. AiraugenioulH are such as to
prevent ouy wortou-i famine in
Ireland such as threatened by tho
failure of crops Dublin Castlo
is propaied Uj co operate prompt
ly with local authoiities in needed
A Berlin dispatch of November
14 contains tho following forecast
of n warm week in parliomont:
Tho interpellation which is to
bo introduced by tho Radicals in
the Reichstag ou th murder of
Herr Soiborman, by Lieutenant
von BruBowitz, at CarlBihue, and
othpr military outrages aud
scandals, has been sot down upon
tho order of tho day for Monday,
aud will bo submitted after tho in
terpellation of tho centrists upon
the revolatious mado by Priuco
Bismorck through the medium of
tho "Hamburger Naehrichten,"
and it is probable the wholo of tho
weok will bo occupied by fierco
dobates on both motions. v
It is expected that the reply of
tho Government will bo substan
tially a denunciation of tho man
ner of tho publication of the dis
closures, neither affirming nor
denying Pi iuce Bismarck's revo
latious, accompanied by a protest
against the newspaper discussions
of tho old ex Chancellor's indis
cretions, which tho whole country
ought to rogiet.
Although tho dobato on tho
Centrist motion in regard to tho
treaty will ho of groat importance,
porhaps still greater interest at
taches to tho debate ou tho mili
tary reform measures which will
arise from tho Radical intoipello
tiou. In an article on tho subject tho
"Tageblatt" says that tho Emper
or, after speaking to tho recruits
on tho occasion of tlnir beiug
sworn in on Thursday, addiessed
the officers seiiously in regard to
the alleged military outrages up
on civilians, but purposely spoko
iu to low a tone that his remarks
wore only audiblo to those imme
diately surrounding him.
Tho "Voorwocrts," the organ ot
tho Socialists, draws tho worst
augury of the Government's de
fense from tho report that tho
Emporor. in his address to tho re
cruits, boid: "Whoever attacks
my uniform insults mo."
Whatevor may be tho i6suo of
the debote, however, it will clear
tho atmosphoro around tho sub
ject and givo an impetus to tho
military judicial reforms.
vj;xi:,iii;i.a aiiiii i it viiox.
A London cablo to the Now
York Sun says:
"It proves, after all, that Lord
Salisbury's vaguo languogo at
Guild Hall, about the terms of
tho Venezuelan arbitration, was
both premature and misleading.
A wrong idea prevailed at the Bri
tish Foreign Ollico oven on tho
day following tho Primo Minister's
Bpeeoh, rogarding tho territorial
limitations of arbitration which
had boon agreed upon. There is
now semi - official authority for
saying tho a.iioomonl, as signed
by Seorotary Olncy and Ambassa
dor Pauncefoto in Washington,
will not rostrict tlio arbitrators
from di awing the line on the Bri
tish Guiana sido of all tho hold
ings of British Bottlers, whoso in
terest caused tho deadlock last
winter and spring. Provisiou with
regard to these Bottlers is that tho
arbitrators may givo oiTect to their
rights uudor oulinary lawB with
regard to thoir titles, and theso
claims aro to bo Bottled by ap
praisement and compensation.
Thoy will in no respect govern
tho drawing of tho boundary.
Mrs. George E. Boardman calls
tho attention of tho public to her
annual display of articles suitablo
for holiday gifts, which is now
ready for inspection at hor rosi
doueo, Luualilo stroot.
'j ,Sl. Nte.