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Dally Bulletin Supplement, November 19, 1G84.
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between China and Jauan
will cause prices for their
silk fabrics to go higher ; no
country can fight a ri't weave
silk at the same lime. The
price has alrcad) advuneud
and the papers state that
the war is likely to be "on"
for two or thr. . yean. It
behoove the careful buyer
to purchase now We had
an immense stock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
war was declared, conse
quently we can continue to
sell at the old price as long
as our present stock holds
out, and then the War will
force prices up. Our last
consignment consists of Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
and plain ; Morning Gowns
for Ladies and Gvnts, fnlk
Kimonos, Smoking Jack
ets, Silk Pajamas, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shades, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., etc.
Bout 8t (Arlington Block),
Mm. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
HOP KING & C( .,
m HOTEL 8TKEET.
- Wholesale Dealers In -
Lueors ail Mania cigars
fifMTll ChlMM TClUUrllM
- scca aa -
Not Otis, Rice, Matting.
Oblate Sllka. Taaa, u
By Every Coast Btsem
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147.
W. W. AHAMA.
KINK SUITIN(iS - 4
gtttfcl, 8WH Ui AMMU
style ua Fit Guaranteed.
Cleaning & Repairing
IHMI TlH, HI. P. t. til 144
C. R. COLLINS,
Fine Harness, Saddles
Ctr riage Tips, diktat,
Fenders, Dashes, Storm Aprons, Etc., Etc
210 Kill St. P. 0. .Wx 496.
ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
HEREBY GIVEN THAT
all claims asalnst the Criterion Sa
loon will be settled by Mr. Jas. K. Mor
gan, and all outstanding account due tbe
Criterion Saloon and tbe Jobbing house of
L. H. Dee up "i tbe above date are payable
to Mr. L. H. Dee. All bills against L. H.
Dee please present immediately for pay
manfc 1 H. DEE.
Honolulu, Oct. 3, 1894. llfU-lm
Ihm ia the Fool-Killer r
Tall me ye windy wsge thst write for morn
la there no raaplta more from worthless
Tall me, thoa Morning Ad., has your whole
staff gone mad,
Or hare yonr smart reporters got the
tramana rary bad?
Hate lying, knavish fools got all
And is yoar paper running now against all
It really, really seams your bad nightmares
Are willful lies to expedite your deep and
Your royalistic tales,
with alt their trim
All local readers realise are made for for
Your chaek ia quite Immense and yet a lit
Would elevate your journal some at very
slight expense. Nino.
AftBIVAL OF THX YOKXTOWK.
Going to the Sect of War Ska Calle
Hera for Ooal
The U. S. S. Yorktowa arrived yes
terday from Sm Francisco, all wall
on board. This vessel baa never
been in Honolulu before, and ia
creating uo little interest She is
an unprotected cruiser of 1700 tons
displacement, and has a sea speed of
about sixteen knots per hour. Her
Erincipal dimensions are as follows:
engtk on mean load-water line,
230 feet; breath, extreme, 86 feet.
The indicated horse power of main
engines, 8200. She has the horizontal
triple expansion type of engines,
and carries 400 tons of coal in her
After coaling tho Yorktowa will
at once take her departure for Yoko
hama, where she should arrive by
the ninth of December. The fol
lowing is a correct list of the officers
at present attached to tbe snip:
Commander William M. Folger.
Lieutenant Thomas H. Stevens.
Lieutenant Herman Fickbohm.
Lieutenant J. Marshall Robinson.
Lieutenant William O. Hannum.
Lieutenant Chester M. Kaepper.
Ensign Frederiok A. Traut.
Chief Engineer Harrie Webater.
Passed Assistant Surgeon George
Passed Assistant Paymaster Edwin
Passed Assistant Engineer Albert
Pay Clerk William J. Tobin.
Old residents remember Mr. Mo
ritz here in the Juniata.
Tbe Yorktown saluted tbe Ha
waiian flag at 8 o'clock this morning,
tbe shore battery responding.
The Yorktown was built by Wm.
Cramp St Sons, Philadelphia, and
waa commissioned April 23, 1889.
She has twin screws and is built of
steel. Her armament consists of
six 6-inch breech-loading rifles, four
quick-firing guns and five mitrail
leuses. The total cost of tbe York
town was t694.410.79.
Funeral of J. B Cowes.
e funeral or tne late James
Robert Cowes took place from the
Williams Undertaking Parlors at
8:80 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
The interment wasia the Catholio
Cemetery, tbe body being followed
to its last resting place by a large
number of friends. The following
named were pall-bearers: T. a.
Douglas, L.T. Kenake, J.J.Sulli
van, J. W. McDonald, Dan Lyons
and T. E. Evans. Thirteen carriages
besides the hearse were in the pro
cession. The Bishop ol Paaopolis
conducted tbe services, and D. Day
ton had charge of tbe funeral.
Mrs. Cowes wishes the statement
made in the Star, that she persuaded
the deceased to be a Catholic, con
tradicted. It waa the wish of thb
deceased himself. A card of thanks
from Mrs. Cowes appears elsewhere.
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Haalaai Boat Olub.
The Healani Heat and Yachting
Club held a largely attended meet
ing in the Chamber of Commerce
Saturday evening, and received the
charter from tbe special committed.
Tho following officers were eleoted:
President T. F. Lansing.
Vice-President Audrow Brown.
Setretary A. V. Gear.
Treasurer F. W. McOhesney.
Auditor-J. F. Clay.
Directors C. F. Hnrrick, Albert
Lucas, H. F. Wicbmau, Oeo. E.
OASLK AHD KAIL tXBVIOM.
Public Expressions in tho Colonies
and in Keg-land.
The following item respecting
the mail service and the proposed
Pacific cable, taken from cable ad
vices to Australian papers, will be
After some discussion tho Houru
of Representatives in Wellington,
N. Z., on Oct. 18, authorized the
Government to renew the San Fran
cisco mail contract for a period of
three years. In the course of the
debate some dissatisfaction was ex
pressed with the slowness of tbe
service, and it was urged that New
Zealand should be connected with
the Vancouver service in order to
develop the trade between New
Zealand and Canada.
A despatch from London datwl
Oct. 26, in reference to the proposals
of Messrs. Fleming and Mercer,
"The Colonial Office explains that i
Mr. W. H. Mercer, in his negotia-!
tlons with the Hawaiian Govern-.
ment with regard to Necker Island,
waa instructed to inquire whether it I
was possible lor Great Britain to ob
tain the exolusive use of tbe isl
and. H. M. S. Champion has, how
ever, since ascenaineu mat tne ibi-
and would be valueless for the pur
Doses of the Pacific cable. The
Colonial Office deny that it waa ever
proposed to offer reduced cable rates
to the people and Government of
the Hawaiian Islands."
Auckland advioes of Nov. 8d state
that Sir John Pender, Chairmau of
the Eastern Extension Co. now in
existence, says that his company will
have to be consulted in the construc
tion and tariff of the new cable.
Another despatch of earlier date
staffs that the purpose of H. B. M.
S. Champion in surveying Bird Isl
and waa to examine into its suit
ability for a naval coaling station.
The West Australia Gold Yields.
Still further finds of rich reefs and
gold fields are daily reported from
Western Australia. The Wealth of
Nation's mine, of whioh the Bulletin
Bave a full account of the discovery,
as been sold to Col. North, the
"Nitrate King," for 1700,000 cash,
possession to be taken in three
month, and all gold extracted in
the meantime to be the property of
the original owners. Up to last ad
vioes over 1200,000 had already been
Preparing for Christina
Mrs. Boardman's "Ka Mai!" stock
is nearly all sold and anticipating a
heavy demand for Christmas goods
she ordered a fine linn of Fancy
i Articles, etc., they will arrive on
1 the next Australia. Her large
, and commodious lanai will be fitted
up as a show room. All her old
customers and the Honolulu people
, in general aro invited to inspect this
magnificent stock of Christmas
At Williams' Studio are to be seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which bu
I Is making a specialty of. Lantern
1 Slides for lecture by the set or
"As aoon as toy trade picks up a bit,"
I Bald tbe merchant, looklnc wise
"As aoon as mv trade Dicks un a bit. I
I'm going to ad-ertlse "
XAKXHAaUKA OIBLaV SCHOOL.
rpHE FIRST TERM OP KAMEHA
i X MiiuUiaui,BcuooLcipn WEDNES
DAY, Dec Wit). Applications for admt
.lou iuy beaddrrNu to Miaa Poraelihrr
at Kameham.ba Manual, o at tee Ha
waiian Kiudrrgartau Room, Queen Emma
Hall, Batordsv roomings fioin U lo 12.
Mm air will i penx1 Urn. it appli
cants ru m ton la Fittv (50i Dollars a
year No applicant received itudtrtwulve
yearaofape lltu tf
PMpie'f Baggage Ezprtta
WILL CALL ANY PART OF THE
Citi for II NGOAQE. AH Baggage
received by us will be handled with care
and dispatch. Wacgons will be on tbe
Wharf to meet all Foreign and Inter
Island Steamer. Moving Pianos and
Furniture a specialty. Otlice United
. Carriage Co. and Livery Stables, corner of
King and Fort Btreeta next to h O Hall
& Son. Both Telephones 2W.
1 1180 3m rM. T. MARSHALL
atatul TUijktM 107.
BU fwatfhtM 440.
HOUSE AMD UOT AT ATJOTlOlt.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ORDER
and License of Bale entered In and by
tbe Circuit Court of the First Circuit, in
Probate, on the 30th day of October, MM,
in the matter of the Estate of Maria U'Bul
llvan, late of Honolnla. deoeased, the un
dersigned hat received Instructions from
Abraham Fernandas, Executor of the will
of aald Maria O'Bulllvaa, to tell at public
auction, at his salesrooms In said Hono
lulu, on SATURDAY, the 24th day of No
vember. 1804, at 13 o'clock noon, that very
desirable residence property situate at
Kallhl-waena, Honolnla, now occupied by
The property aforesaid consists of S4-100
of no arrr of land, well fn ceil, and laid
out, on which are a large end handsome
dwelling house, nearly new, together with
stable, carriage house, servanta quarters,
chicken house, ate., being the premises
described In a deed from Kmma at. Beck
ley to Peter O'Bulllvan and Romans F.
O'Bulllvan, dated August 90, ISM, and
recorded In Liber IW. at page 140-141.
The above sale offer a full opportunity
to secure a delrl'e horn-, In the most
healthful portion of the city, a wall aa an
opening for Investment In a locality where
values are certain to rit rapidly.
aaTKurtt-r ui'lcntara may be bad hv
InqulringofC V. Amfurd aluniitj lor tbe
Executor, or of the undersigned.
L. J. LEVEY,
Dated this oth day ol November, 18W.
TaW Bast Luck in Tuwi.
Tm H.txd OofTaarsB
r tub duim
rHK FINEST BRANDS OP
Cigars and Tobacco
LWalk os aain.
A. VaimUar Hotel
arSCIAL MOMTHLT RATH.
The Beat of Attendance, the Beet Bitoatlon
aud the Finest Meala tn the City.
T. ElOulE, - -
IACK A0AIICTO W0IK.
1ST. F. BXJRO-HJBS
la agaiu prepared to repair Garden Hose,
Sprinklers, Water Tap., ef. daw Filing
aud all kinda of Tools abaryened, Includ
ing Carving Knives ano Bciaaors: Lawn
Movers a special t?j also Betting Glass; in
fact ali kinds of lobbing. Work called for
and returned King up 162 Mutual Tele
phone any time hefor n a. m . 1179tf
DUR1NU MY AUHENCE FROM THB
Islands Mr. Horace O. Orabbe ia duly
authorised to receive and receipt for all
monies due endowing to me, J. W. I.un
ing, at my office until November 'A 1884,
at wbloh date I will personally attend.
J. W. LUNINO.
Honolulu, Oct. 17, IHM. 1106-lm