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OAKU RAILWAY ti LAND CO.'S
TIML TABLE. IrliO'l Al AH IK li A V I. I MM. "l'UAI A.M. A..M. V Leje Honolulu. . '. N 15 1 Arrive Monouiiuli. . 7 !i.4!t 2 leave Honuulmli..7 10:.M .1 Arrive Honolulu. ..8 ::!" 11:55 4 KHAKI. CITY LOCAL, Leavo Honolulu Arrive HtMrl ( Ity (' Leave Poar' City. .! ;o:t ... . Ariivj Hoi o'ulu. . (i : 1 1 1" t Saturdaysoiily. Sundays excepted. Satiird iys excepted. . M. MS :l!t :f,1 P.M. 4:;fOt 5 :r.t fi Mot :fOf Tlrti"", Him ami Houn. UV U. J. LYONS. I I e t li DAY. "'I ! i a.m. p.m. p.m. Mill. 10 .mi 11 -.'o i ml ji.iii. 1 40 2 10 2 Si) 4 uoi Mon. Tllt'8. Wed. Tlmrs. Kil. 6ut. Mill. 4 411 4 .'ill II :.u : mi s (0 a 4ii .-) i, li M ... I 11.111 ;; li l.'i u in 7 ii?s 7 mi, u 'in K ill 7 SO' 0 ,'ili li in in i.ii on ft Si 6 M ft M ft fl:l: 5 o 6 .'.I f) B4 ft 44 ft 4;l 7 40 K IS II 111 il ft',! 1(1 45 11 44 5 41 5 40 5 40 ft ;!'.! First (iiiiit ti'i ot (lie moon on I ho 101 h at 0 h 2ft in, p. in. The thiio'-siirnnl for the port Is Kiven ut I21i. (Mn. iimh. (niidiiiKliI ) of l.rcenwirh time or Jli. 2Mn. ;(4hcc. ). in. of llonoliilu Observatory tiine. It i.s wivi'ii ly (ho slt-nui whistle of the Honolulu IMiiuiui; Mill, a few Unois above the Custom House. The sumo whistle is Hounded com-etly at Honolulu mean noon, hser atory mei'iilian, or loh. Aim. 2!sec. of Orecuwieh tiirni flailtJ fhilleftiii THUKSDAY, CHIT. 8, 1891. ARRIVALS. Oft 8 - Stmr James Makee from Katmi DEPARTURES. Oct 8 - Htinr Ivvalanl for Lahaina and Ilamakua at 10 a in Brit bark Lnnci field. Hums, for Havre, France Sehr Kauikeaotili for Mamilei, Kauai VESSELS LEAVIN3 TO-MORROW. Stuir Clandine for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m Sehr Kawailani for Koolau CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS. Stmr J as Makee 50 bags rice. Sclir Hawaiian! oilO hags rice. PASSESiCERS. From Kauai, per stmr Jas v'kee. Oct 8 V Feck, Mrs W ii..lirclson, G E Faiicliiia, Z Chinese and 18 deck. FOREIliN VESSELS EXPECTED. H 151 S lliei, Mori, from Japan S S Australia, Iloudlette, from San Fran cisco, Oct. lit U S Monowui. Carey, from San Fran cisco, Oct. 22, for the Colonics M S Alameda, Morse, from Colonies, Oct. 22, for Sau Francisco S S Iielgic, Walker, from San Francisco, Oct. 1"), for China and Japan S S ( liinn, from San Francisco, due Dee 15 Am bkt Mary Winkehnan, Xissen, from Port Gamble Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, from Bos ton, Jan, 10-15 Am bktne W II Dimoud, Drew, from Sou Francisco, Oct. 10 Am brig Etiiline from San Francisco, for llilo, Oct 10 Bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran cisco, Oct.. 12 Br bk Pass of T.cny, from Glasgow, duo K ov iSO (,'er bk l'aul Isenljerg, from Liverpool, Dec. 5 Am bk Martha Davis from Xew York Bk Harrison G Jounsoa from .New York tier bk Sabiuo from Bremen FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT. I" S S I'ensiieola, from San Francisco Am bktne Skagit, Kobt rtson, fiotn Port Gamble Am bktne SG Wilder, Griffiths, from Sau b rauclsco Brit yacht Bougie, GPL from the Colo nies, via lliio Ger bk Woosiing, Kubarth, from Bre men. Germany Ger bk II HackteJd, Hilgerloh, from Liverpool Am bktne Planter, Dow, San Francisco Am bk Forest Ojieon from Suu Francisco Br ship Mrathbliine, (. uthell, Glasgow Br bk Lancelield, Burns, Tacoma Sehr Lottie Carson, l'iltz, from Eureka , SHIPPING NOTES. The steamer Clauiliue sailing to-uior-row will call at the following ports: Lahaina, Maalaea, Makena, Mahukona, Laupahoehoe, Pepeekeo. Onomea, l'a jaikou and lillo. 1 The Union Jack was flying at the mast head'of the ship Stiathblane to-day. The British yuelit lieagle has had her bulwarks taken down completely ut the Fish Market wharf. The British hulk Lancelield, hums master, sailed for Havre, t ranee, to day. The steamer Jus Makee arrived from Kauai this mortihig with besides 23 pa sengers, ")0 basis of rice and other pack ages of sundry articles. She is loading with coal for Kapaa. MARRIED. GENXS-KEXAKE -At St. Andrew's Cathedral. October 7. by the Key. Alex. Mackintosh, Arthur Genus to Stella, daughter of Mrs. L. A. Kenake. UNNECESSARY SUFFERING. There is little doubt but that many persons suffer fur years with ailments thai could easily be cured by the use of some simple remedy. The following incident is an illustration of this fact: My wife was troubled with a putn in her side the greater pat of the time for three years, until cured by Chamberlain's l'ain Halm. It bus, I think, permanently cured her. Ye also have used Chamberlain's Cough Kemtdy whenever needed and helieve it to he the lust in the world. P. M. Boston, lVnnvtlle, Sullivan Co., Missouri. For sale by all deal ers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents. ! U'CL AND p'i5Al I'ici ri'i.i k-i; lii'nuurs arc iiitiu oil tin hired. FoKKION jliri'ln hive In c u dismissed until fuillicr in t iff. Thk Sons nf St. (ienio will give h me in I ami linnet' at A ii. ill li.ll next iMnmliiy evening. Thk Catholic Holievnliiil Society will meet at I lit? Convent ut 3 o'clock i-niorrow afternoon. The monthly social of the Central Union Ladies' Society will be held at that place I his evening. Tim foundation of tin; dredging machine has assumed monster dimen sions, tmt it is only a mitt' to what the dredge proper will he. Thc case of Arthur Hunt, charged with .-oiling spirituous, liquor, for which he Whs hailed to the tune of lf20(l, will he tried to-morrow. Thk hand will play at the (juoen Emma hall yard this evening. Don ald McDonald has promised to give come selections on the bagpipes. A I'kkk railway excursion to the Pearl City I'eninsula will take place on Saturday, for which n larg3 num ber of invitations have been issued. Rhskkvho seats for the concert by the Honolulu Zither and Musical Club have been selling rapidly for the past few days. Only extra chairs are left. Ministkh Spencer and Mr. Mcin tosh, Superintendent of Public Works, will leave this week, for Hawaii for a three weeks' inspection of existing and proposed public works. A reconciliation having been made in the case of Sum Kaniaiopili for de serting his wife, noted in the IJullu TIN a week ago, Police Jusl'ee Hop kins rendered a decision discharging the defendant to-day. An independent ticket in the com ing election for oilicers of the Fire Department will be. shortly put forth So far as known Mr. E. It. Thomas will run as Chief Engineer and Mr. L. Toiussaint as First Assistant Thk entire household furniture of the Hamilton House, King street, will be disposed of at auction by Mr. Jas. F. Morgan to-morrow at 10 o'clock. An inspection of the furni ture was made to-day by intending purchasers. A runaway occurred about 1:30 o'clock this afternoon. A wagon be longing to P. High broke away from Brewer's wharf and streaked up Nuu anu street, The wagon collided with the telephone pole near the Koyal Hotel, turning the vehicle over with disastrous ell'ects. The horse was caught by some of the gathered crowd. ADVERmiNGlOTES. An Englishman solicits employ ment in any of various occupations. J. L. Meymi the painter has put in a Mutual telephone, No. 062. The Creseu.'it and Iwilei clubs will conttKit honors on the diamond Satur day. Homemade Doitghnuts fresh every day at the "Elite Ice Cream Parlors." 235 lw The Minister of Interior announces a sale of Government lots on the Puncjibowl slopes November 11. Furnished House To Let. The cottage next the British Club, oppo site the Hotel, newly and elegantly furnished, containing parlor, three bedrooms and bathroom. Very suita ble for three gentlemen. Inquire on the premises from 2 to 5 p.m , or rear of Charleston cottage, 73 Berelania street. 23(l-lw EMPHATIC CONTRADICTION. Mr. Ben Hogan desires the Bulle tin to contradict the statement in the "Ilifo Notes" of the Advertiser, that, ia his lecture in the native church at Hilo, he "was very abus ive on Mr. and Mrs. Judge Lyman, because he was not allowed the use of Hie foreign church, which, from all accounts, was very properly closed to him." Mr. Hogan declares there is not a particle of truth in the state ment, he does not know Judge Lyman, and he did not apply for the foreign church. lie did ask for the native church in which to hold his exhibition when he returns to Hilo, but the trustees declined to grant the request on the grouud that, having relused the use of the church for political meetings, they were afraid to make a precedent of opening the doors to any other than the dedicated purposes of the church. The reason was perfectly satisfactory to' him, and he secured the privilege of exhi biting in the Courthouse. In his talk he abused nobody and he refeis to Key. E. P. Baker, pastor of the Foreign Church at Hilo, who carae to town on the same boat with him, for corroboration of his denial. SUPREME COURT-OCTOBER TERM. Wednesday, Oct. 7. 'ihTOKE BICKEIUWJ, J. a the case of M. IJose vs. Dr. Trousseau, administrator of His late Majesty's estate, a yerdict for the defendant was rendered aj 5;30 o'cotk by the Jury, three dissenting. BKFOliE dole. J. In re estate of Geo. Suydor. The Court ordered that letters of admin istration issue to Mr. W. C. Parke under 52500 bond. Thursday, Oct. 8. BEKOHE JUDD, C.J. The ehe fa case against Antone Ketiuii and Junius Kaae is still on. The prostcution rested at 1 o'clock, when Antone Keuuii was called for the defense. His examination was short, and Mr. CI. Houghtailing i9 now on the witness stand. 'THE BULLETIN is the leadin ' daily paper of the Kingdom. 50 cents per month. TK FCE laddies. Monthly Mi'dtiiiro--- Vnitiliiiitliiii I'l llif t mii I ii i 4 iitilt lor I lili-r nil I laHliilM. Last evenim; was the occasion for the assembling together, in monthly meeting, of members of four, out of the six, of the firemen organizations of this-city ami in accord with the notilicatio'n given, by the company Hags, there were gatherings of inter ested lire laddies at tho houses of Honolulu Engine Co. No. 1, Mecha nic Enuine Co. No. 2, China Engine Co. No. 5 and Protection Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1. ENOINK to. no. 1. Forty members brimming over with enthusiasm attended the month ly meeting of Engine Co. No. 1 yes terday evening. Delegates from the "tine body of men" and other fin; companies dropped in during the evening and were duly welcomed. Messrs. J. W. Pratt, Captain Davies and Jno. Angus were unani mously elected members of the com pany, after which a communication from Engine Co. No. 4 was read, notifying the members of the for mer's nomination for oilicers of the Honolulu Fire Department. Dele gate Geo. Sandeman from the Scot tish Thistle Club offered a donation of 822 to help pay the expenses of the housing of thc engine, as Engine Co. No. 1 had been friendly to that club and had helped it in the lirst stages of its existence. A vote of thanks was passed to the club. Another vote of thanks was given Jas. Aholo for engrossing the letter of condolence to Her Majesty the CJueen. On the motion oi Mr. W. F. Vv'ii liams to nominate oilicers for the coming campaign, not believing in leaving off till to-morrow what can be done to-day. Mr. J. D. McVeigh nominated Mr. Ii. More as CLfhf Engineer. The nomination was re ceived with loud applause. Mr. W. F. Williams nominated "dr. E. B. Thomas. The latter declined to run, but said in a few weeks he might head an independent ticket, with Air. L. Touissainl as First Assistant Engineer. The nomination of Mr. Robert More for Chief Engineer of the Department was unanimously passed. Mr. More in a few appro priate remarks thanked the company for the nomination and stated that it was not his own putting forward, lie had been asked by several mem bers of the company if he would stand, and had replied, after con sideration for some time, that he would do so if the company would stand by him. Mr. More therefore wanted the company to distinctly understand that he hoped they would do so. (Loud applause.) Mr. P. O'Sullivau put forward Mr. J. W. McDonald, assistant fore man Co. No 2, as 1st Assistant En gineer; passed. Mr. J. D. McVeigh for 2d Assistant Engineer nominated Mr. Win. Keawe, assistant fjieman of Engine Co. No. 4. Mr. E. B. Thomas put forward Mr. Louis Touis saint, who declined the nomination. Mr. W. Keawe was duly nominated. The business of the meeting being over, a scene of joviality succeeded. Mr. Geo. L. Hitman opened the tem pest with the song, "A Rolling Stone Gathers no Moss," which was nicely sung. Mr. Robert More favored the audience with "The Larboard Watch." Messrs. Charles Lind, Lieutenant of the Fire Police; C. Taylor, E. B. Thomas, W. Downey, G. Cavanagh, J. Tinker and E. Lee also gave songs. Mr. G. Sande man sang an international song which was loudly applauded. Mi. Geo. Barker sang an improvised bal lad, voicing the sentiments of the company regarding Mr. More's victorious election at the polls. Mr. Geo. C. Kenyon, when asked for a speech, said he was going to vote for tlfe best man nud that best man was Mr. Robert More. Mr. II. N. Castle entering at this stage, he was asked fur a song by Mr. W. F. Williams, who sliid that as he belonged to the missionary party he could sing, "Old Hundred." Mr. Castle replied that it had been said if a man has no music in his soul, he has no soul at all. lie had great respect and honor for the company, and, although this was his first attendance at any of their regular meetings, he would in future attend them regularly, as he would always be expectant of a wel come. The meeting adjourned at a late hour, enthusiastic in the belief that Mr. More will "get there just the same." MECHANIC FiMiIXE COMPANY. The members of Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2 did not turn out in a very large number, Ussm than one-half of the listed members being present. Foreman James Hunt presided; As- sistaut Foreman J. W. McDonald, ! Secretary r IL Greig and Treas- 1 urer Henry Smith were also present, ' and they, with 13 other members, j transacted the business of the even ing. The routine business was quick ly passed over, tho event of the even ing's work presenting itself under the heat) of "new business, " via.; the nominations for caudidutes for the positions of Chief, and 1st and 2d Assistant Kugineers ; the prepar atory movement, of the election which is to lake place in December next, the successful nominees to. hold olllce for a biennial term. On motion it was decided to nomi note and vote ou candidates separ ately for eah olllce, nominations be ing first called for Chief Engineer. Messrs. Townsend, Smith and Shel don were appointed tellen and the nominating and balloting were then proceeded with, J. B. Warner nominated Robert More, foreman of Engine Co. No. 1 ; Mr. Greig nominated George Nor ton, the present 2d Assistant Engin eer, and another member nominated Julius Asch, foreman of l'rolectiou Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1, all as rival oainl'.hl. - I'm !', Vovt i..., of Chief Kn:.'iti-.'r. I hi r f ti,,. ballotiii'.! showed thai, ol tl.c 17 uit ca-t, Julius A-cli h '.d o ; R .'iei! Mote 5, and (jeoiire Norton 2. Mi. Asch was duly declared the success ful no in i i n't-. For the position of 1st Assistant Engineer the names of James Hunt and J. W. McDonald, respectively tin; foreman and assistant foreman of Engine Co. No. 2, were offered. Only Hi votes were cast and of thoe James Hunt, had 10, J. W. McDon ald G. Foreman Hunt, was therefore the nominee. Mr. Mel) iiiaid. who had refrained from voting, expressed his non-approval of the result and declared ids intention of remaining in the field as a candidate for elec tion. For 2d Assistant Engineer the names of Win. Keawe and David Kalawaia were the opposing ele ments, and, by the count of the bal lots, Ualawaia distanced his oppon ent in a score of lo1 to 4. The whole ticket was then pre sented and was approved as follows: For Chief Engineer. Julius Asch ; 1st Assistant, James Hunt; 2d Assist ant, 1). L. Kalawyia. "Good of the Company," as usual, brought forth the more pleasant side of the natures of the laddies pi eseut, and a season of jolly companionship succeeded to the in ue business-like portion of the proceedings. Mirth, music and minstrel -y occupied the time of the victors and vanquished until the night had ciawled well onto the skirls of another day ; then the members dispersed, lo prepare, at leisure, for the coming actual contest at the polls. I'UOIKI TION HOOK it I.AOtlLi; CO. The member's oi' IVoteclion Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1, met in '.heir hall, lo the lium ier of 25; Foreman Asch presiding. The usual preli minary business of roll call, payment of dues, reading of communications, etc., occupied the time and at tent ion of the company dining the litst hour of assembly, considerable attention being paid to the collection of dues. The restlessness whien was displayed by those whose financial standing was good indi'ated, by their rather impatient wailing, that there was other important business on hand. The particular point of interest was not long delayed, however, for, in a neat introduction, the foreman pre sented for their consideration the subject of nominations for Chief and Assistants for the Department for 1SD2-I. On motion the list of nominations made by Hawaii Engine Co. No. 4, consisting of Julius Asch for Chief; James Hunt, 1st A.-i-.unt, and David L. Kalatvaia for 2.o; Avi-tant, was offered for the approval of mem bers of this company. An opposi tion ticket was offered consisting of, Robert Moie, for Chief; J. VV. McDonald, 1st Assistant, and D. L. Kalawaia, 2nd Assistant. Speeches Vc.ru made for and against the claims of the candidates named, and, on motion, a ballot was ordered to be taken, the chair nominating Gus. Rose, Ltd Kekuuiano and V. Napoleon as tellers. After the votes had been cast the recount of ballots showed that the Julius Asch ticket had received 25 notices of approval, while the Robert More ticket was only credited with 3. David Kalawaia, who was on both tickets as nominee for 2nd Assistant, received 28 votes. The ticket as passed by Engine Co. No. 4, thus received the endorsement of the "Hooks." A quick adjournment was had after the despatch of the above business, many of the members housing them selves immediately in the hospitable quarters of their near neighbors, Engine Co. No. 2, and about a cor poral's guard journeying to the scene of hilarity then in progress at the rooms of Engine Co. No. 1. CHINA ENUISE CO. China Engine Co. No. 5, presided over by Mr. Chang Kim, foreman, had an attendance of 4(1, or within four of thc full voting complement. A motion by C. K. Ayau, in favor of leaving nominations alone till elec tion time, only received the movei's vote. The company unanimously adopted No. 4's ticket Asch, Hunt, Kalawaia. FGR HEADACHE. I mp IloiHlunrH A il l'ln.silin te. Du. I. R. Saskoko, Sheffield, Mass., says: "Most excellent in derange ments of tho nervous system, such as headache and slee'lessuess." Employment Wnnled. 1)Y Respectable Knglishnian of busi i ni'fn experience n salesman, tra veler, counterman, clerk, timekeeper, storekeeper or ' oilierwise; good refer ences mid moderate wages aeeepied with immediate, employment. Address "O. E. 11.,'" lids olliee. At8 lw WA.MLI) A SMALL Olliee on or about Mer chant street. Apply, stating 2:111 :it terms, (!. G.," this olliee. FLKMrillKD liOOJIS. jwjj . OoL. Furnished Rooms for Ars!vT:$ rnt at Kapulama, King street, only Ut minute-' walk lrout town; tiameais but a few steps away, family boaid also if desired. Terms aie t . t mouth for rooms, SJ.'i per inontii for ij 'ard. i'-o 1U Base Biii Association Grounds, l ilhlli NTI'KKT. Da satc:may, oh. loth, t I :t::to 1. M. AMa I U it 1.F.ACI K GAME Crescent vs. Iwilei. KATKS OK ADMISSION : Aillllts -" ts. t hil.iieu M els. l ff Xo extia charge for ean iases. 2J; :!t PLEASAKT WEDDING. ih-v. Alex. Mackintosh performed 'he impn -sive riles, uniting in matrimony -Mr. Ail''iir lienus mid Mis Stella Kenake, at St. Andrew's Cathedral yesterday evening. A large congregation, in which many young people appeared, was present t, 5 :'. the appointed hour. Messrs. Carl Widemaiin and (ieo. E. Smi thies were ushers. The groom was escorted to the chancel front by Mr. L. do L. Ward, as best man. As the luide entered, leaning on the arm of her elder brother, Louis, and attended by Miss Adeline Brims, bridesmaid, Mr. Wray Taylor play ed an inspiring wedding march on the organ, changing to soft music very nicely rendered throughout the ceieniony. Mr. Louis Kenake gave the bride away. The bride was be comingly arrayed in a while cash mere dress, with silk-beaded trim mings and a half-train. She had no veil hut wore a wreath of orange blossoms on her head. The bridal party retired after sign ing the register, to a wedding march on the organ. They were followed to the house of the bride's mother, Mrs. Lavinia A. Kenake, School street, by immediate family and per sonal friends, including the olliciat ing clergyman, the ushers, organist, Mrs. E. C. Rowe, Miss Kinney, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Winter, Mr. Chas. Carter, Mr. C. Gurnty, and a Bi llktin repre sentative. The couple received the cordial congratulations of friends beneath a beautiful Iloral canopy. At an early hour the guests were conducted lo the dining room, where an elegant collation prepared and served in Lintwigsi'u & Cron's best style was Jaid. A beautiful wedding cake haRt-vf in San Francisco but decor ated by the firm just naineil was cut by the groom in the course ot the feast. When the large variety of viands had received dm; attention, Rev. Mr. Mackintosh from the head of the table proposed the health of the young couple, which was enthu siastically honored. Other toasts, including one to the bride's mother, extended tho cheery intercourse while ice cream and cake were being en joyed. During the evening the Ha waiian (Quintet Club on the veranda played with its well-known skill. Mr. and Mrs. Genus received many valuable presents, being re membered in this regard by lion. W. G. Irwin, the bridegroom's fellow-clerks in W. G. Irwin & Co.'s ollic.es, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hall, the Hcalani Boat Club, and others. The couple will enjoy a quiet honey moon at their cottage on Kulaokahtia Plains, Honolulu. They have the hearty good wishes of a great many friends, the sentiment being inspired by their own estimable qualities, for a long and happy married life. It O Y .V L. ia opeha house L. J. Levey Lessee I'l'of. Aug. Schmidt. Musical Director Ueorife Allen Stage Manager c o rv o i: 11 rr iiv the Honolulu Mer & Musical Club With kind assistance of the ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND STRING ORCHESTRA Tor th . Boiiefit of PHOt', AUG. SCHMIDT, Friday EvoLing, Oct. Din, at 8 P. M. I'.ox Flan now open at the olliee of L. J. Levey. L'l(OlUAM t 1. Overture Seniiramede .. .Rossini Royal Hawaiian Band. 2. Medley . . ..Arranged by Prof Aug Schmidt Zithers: Prof " Aug Schmidt, Mr Wolll', Mr Wolters; Bow Zither: Mr Gran ; Violin: Mr C Wide maiin; Guitars: Hon A Marques, George Allen. 3. Fantasie 11 Trovatore Verdi Zithers: Prof Aug Schmidt, Mr Wolll'; Violin : MrC W idemaiin ; Piano : 51r II Widemaiin. 4. Zither Solo Poet and Peasant 'SiI'I'! Prof Aug Schmidt. 5. Concert Polka (Juccn of Hearts.. Two Zithers; Prof Aug Schmidt, Mr Woltr. li. Song Trumpeter of Sackingen. . Hon Paul Isenbeig. 7. Dream of Roses Bow Zither: Prof Aug Schimidt; Piano: Mr II Widemaiin. 8. Wall. Danube Waves. Ivanovici Royal Hawaiian Band. , !). Song Farewell Marguerite Mr W II Hongs. 10. Fantasit Schmer. Vergcssen. von Umlauf Zithers: Prol A,"!-' Schmidt, Mr Wolll'; Violin: Mr (: Widemaiin ; Guitar : Don A Marques. 11. Fantasit In IJuiet Evening Hours. . Arranged by Prof Aug Schmidt. How Zither: Prof Aug Schmidt; Zither: Mr Wolll'; Violin: Mr C Widcniann ; Guitars: Hon A Marques, Mr George Allen. Song Like no a Like Hon Paul lsentierg. Zither Solo 15, dies and Harpes. . 12. 13. Pro! A ng Schmidt. 11. Fantasie I love you slill . . ..Arranged by Prof Aug Schmidt Bow Zither: Prof Aug Schmidt; Zitbeis: Mr Wolll', Mr Wolters; Violin: Mr C Widemaiin; Gui tars: Hon A Ma'.iyiea and Mr George Alh'li. 15, March King John Sachs Roval Hawaiian Band. 231-ilt Furnished Koout For I.nt. ma a I 'OK vent a Larire. Well- . V iiii iusiieu .iry Juoiu KS-ojS w ith bathroom aeeoinmod i- tions m h n-,. plc.u.iiitty located. uit ali e lor one or two gentlemen and cou eiiieul to business center and tramcars. Address "P. O. Box 70,'" ' ity. Til lw PUT A PIN Well HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., Fort street, oppo. Sprockels' Bank, Honolulu. UK HAVE .JLST UIXKIVKD A FKESII LOT OF THIS DELIGHTFUL NATURAL MINERAL WATER F.spccially llottletl and Corked J very Lfottle HOLLISTER & CO., IO Wort Stwt. PALMER & AKL'III TF.CTS ! STYLES OF ARCHITECTUUES: Eiisthike, Queen Anne, lienai.ssaiiee, Gothic, Italian, Classic, Norman, IN STONE, BRICK, IRON OR WOOD. Best Modern Designs in Residences! Cheap Artistic Cottages a Specialtyl Complete plans and specilleations jriven; also superintendence, of construction. lair OFFICE Koom 3. Spreckel's inSTflV ! 11 r 1 1 hi WII.I. GIVE A.N Illustrated Lecture ON TIIK "CITY of BOSTON" At Y. M. C. A. HALL, SATURDAY EVENING, Oct. 10, AT H - MM'K. The proposed Lecture was written miller I he allspices of the Boston ('anient hilt, anil will be illustrated by 1 04 MAGIC LANTERN VltWS, from slides pre pared Iiv that Club, In the highest, style of the art. Lecture and Illustrations ileal with the city and vicinity of Huston, from the time of its founding two centuries since, to th" year 18'.)(i, and graphically des cribe all that was and is of most beauty or prominence in that classic locality. They will afford to former residents of that city a pleasant opportunity tore visit familiar sccties, and to the stranger, will give a pleasing and accurate, idea oi what linston was and is. This Lecture with Illustrations, nlti r having been delivered in the chief cities of (he I'tiiled States, is now on its way around the world. It goes hence to New Zealand, Australia, India. China ami Japan. ADMISSION, : 50 CTS. 5 lloors open at 7:110; Lecture will begin at S. fcey" Tickets can be obtained of Mem bers of the Club, and al the 1 rug Stores. 23.") at Royal Hawaiian Opera House. L. .1. Levev.. Li Saturday Niyhl, Oct. 10th, j On arrival of S. S. "Australia" : THE GREAT SIL30H FAMILY i lu their (j-cat Acts of t Living Models ot Mtrblo Gems! Wjndcnut Acrobatic, 1 Trapeze & Gymnastic-Feats! ' Assisted lV the Wonderful DALE BROTHERS, Thr . roleoq lie '! in. ! Will make their first appearance for a i short season. ttni S. ats ciiu he nrocured in advance at the olllce ol L. J. Levey. 2'M it IN HERE ! That's about what Capt. Ed artl Cuttle would nay. "Look around for a yood tiling and when found make a note of." If you Htifk a pin in one of our "ads'' it's just as good. You'll know where to go when you want Lamps, Croc kery, Hardware, Paints, Oils and Varnishes; Agateware, Cutlery, Stoves, Fischer's Steel Kanges or a AVindmill that beats the world. Mi(ry lind ii little lfimb; It filled the -rhi.ol with luiiirliter ; While -lit- u it- luijipv ti a chilli Oriiikhitf NAPA solA N'ATltli. It fliillri,Mi t it picnic nt, lit they -nil or daughter, The heull hii-tt drink we. till 'hi know 1 NAPA MUM W TKlt. When lawyer's i;o upon a "-pree Ami iliinU niMie than Un' outfitter, "-'r-'.'.i' ' I ''J.'"' "iiv the '("'eke! euro IhNAPA 60I. watkk. Of all the huhies horn thU year, " That look 1110M like their papa; The handsomest an tlmso whose mu'fi Drunk NAPA SOlA WATKit. with extra care for this market. iw Warranted ! ro: Honolulu. II. I. RICHARDSON, AKCII ITF.CTS ! Block, Honolulu. 218 tf r il is New Model Lunch Rooms, Bethel St. "$f22a above P. O. Will be Re-opened -ox- WEDNESDAY, Oct. 7, 1891. First-class Mkai.s only will he served! Daily Change of Bill of Fare ! lt& A fair share of patronage Is res pectfully solicited and all friends are cordially invited, 233 lw A. WINTERSTEIN. ANNUAL MEETING. I rPiIK annual meeting of stockholders ! 1 of the l'aia i'Umation will he held j at the olliee of .Messrs. Castle it Cooke, ! Agents, on MONDAY, October 2ti, Idlll, j at 10 o'clock a. M. I 1'er order. j T. XV. IIOUKOX, I 2:?o ISt Secretary. ANNUAL MEETING. I of the Haiku Sugar Company will . be held at the olliee of Messrs Castle Jb : Cooke, Agents, on MONDAY, October j 20, 1S91, at 11 o'clock A. M. i er oruer. J. B. AT11EHTOX, "35 18t Secretary. ANNUAL MEETING. flMIE annual meeting of stockholders X of the Kohala Sugar Company will be held at the olliee ot Messrs. Castle & Cooke. Agents, on TUESDAY, October 27, 1SU1, at. 10 o'clock A. M. ! Per order. .1. B. ATIIKRTOX, ! J5 lilt Secretary. ANNUAL .MEETING. 'piIK annual meeting of the stock 1 nolders of the Mutual Telephone I Co. will be held on FRIDAY, Oct. 115th, I at 2 o'clock i". m., at thc Company's ! Building. C. O. 15EKGER, j 2.53 2w StH-'retary. FOK SALE 4 X Oxi-ealehim Stereoptieon by Mo V Alhster of New York. Also about 300 Slide. Applv at this ornee. 220 lm fPH BULLETIN has double the X. circulation of any English dally ' newspaper published in" the kingdom.