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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNnSDAY. NOV. 18, 1903.
There was an old girl of Melrose,
Who said: "I'm in need of some host."
The merchant replied,
As her figure he eyed :
" Arc you speaking of Rubber or Clothes ?"
Which is to remind you that we have lust received
another large shipment of DOLPHIN 5-PLY
HOSE, 3-4 and 1-2 inch.
After using Dolphin once you will never be
satisfied with any other brand. Every length
For sale only at
B. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
THE LATEST IMPROVED
100 to 000 Candle
The Clienpent find
All Lumps guaran
teed. AGENTS WANTED
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO., Ltd
1142 Fart Street, Love Building.
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Castle. No 18 - Mr. Wclssniatin
"For Sale" eardr at Bulletin office.
New moon, Nov. 18th, at C:39 p. m.
Tides ttom the United Sutei Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tallica.
The tliles at Kahulul and IIllo occur
about an hour earlier than a' IU
Hawaiian Standard Time is 10b 30m
slower than Greenwich time, belUR
that of the meridian ot 157.30. The
time whittle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is ibo same as Greenwich, Oh 0m.
This week we are showing you some
pretty and dainty NEW GOODS for
INFANTS and CHILDREN
In Long Slips, Dresses, Bootees, Soft-Sole
Shoes, Skirts, Caps, Coats, etc.
Nl-w Shipment of LtituMt Stylus of tlie Gulebt-utocl
SEWING - MACHINES
Sold for almost ONE HALF ol former prices
We have decided to do away with sewing:
machine agents and give the public the
benefit of the commission paid heretofore
Tormfr Price Now Soli at
Domestic No 3 . . $45 2S
New Domestic No. 3
(Lockstitch and Clulmtltch)
New Domestic No. 8
i Lockstitch and Chaiiutitcb)
All in first class condition . attachments
VONHAMM YOUNG GO,, LIMITED,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Weather Ilureau, I'unaliou, Nov. 18.
- Temperature Morning minimum,
(.s midday maximum, 78.
Mnromcter at 9 a. m., 30.01, steady,
Absolute moisture at 9 a. m., 5.7 grs
m r cubic foot.
Humidity at 9 a. m., CO per cent.
Wind, light N. 13.; weather, clear.
K. C. LYDL'CKEIl,
Wednesday, Not. 18.
Am likt. S. N. Castle. Nllson, 17
days fiom San Francisco, at 7 a. m.
Am. bk Gerard C. Tobey. I-ancaster,
113 days trom Kllllsnoo, at 9:15 a. m.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, from
Knnul ports, at 4:40 a.m.
It sp. Agostlno Tcrrlzauo, from Ma
l.avsell oR tho harbor.
Also, a Handsome Line of
In Dress and Waist Patterns. Only one
Pattern to a design. Ask to see our
36-inch GUARANTEED TAFFETA
at $J,50 a yard. Some of New York's
prettiest creations and all crisp and new
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
We carry all kinds, Including the
ery best mixed paints. If you mix
your own paints try us for
WHITE LEAD, TURPS,
GRAPHITE PAINT for Iron and wood.
for preserving structural Iron.
the only paint that will adhert to
new gaUanlzed Iron.
No-burn Cold Water Paint.
Leweis & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET.
RAUS MIT EM
Walter Sanford Go.
MONDAY and TUESDAY EVE.
The Power of Gold
Ltut Balm-day night's audience was
the largest 4n the history of Honolulu.
1133 l'ald Admissions
GRAND ASSEMBLY OF ARTISTS
4 MANDOLIN CLUBS
DEATH OF COL CORNWELL
(Continued from Pago 1.)
AND THE CELEBRATED
LADIES' MANDOLIN CLUB,
November 30lh, at Young Hotel
P.O. Box 990. Tel. Blue 546.
PAUAHI STREET, NEAR RIVER.
Get our price for fine fur
niture first. Beautiful tor
a hullduy ftlf t.
River Mill Co.
lowed lemiilned loyal to his luul p.i
trim t'pon the death nf Kiiluknii.i. .Mr.
Cnrnvvcll was leappolnted by Queen
l.llluokalanl to her stnlT, when It was
formed. He later on became its Col
onel. In 1890 he was elected a iiohlf
In the Legislature for the four KaiV
term. He was by no means paitlul tu
politics und accepted the postilion only
on the urgent Impoittinltles of Ills
Mr. Cornwell's tastes ran stiougly
tovvjrds hoisellcsh He was n thoiougb
horseman, und an excellent Judge and
an ardent lover of hoises. Ho took
a great Interest in racing events and
was wont to have a well-stocked sta
ble. In Honolulu during the season In
his stnblcs at Walkupu lould nlwa
be seen the finest spec Imens of horse
tlesh to be found mi the Islands.
V. II Cornwell married. In 1S70,
.Miss .Mncfuilauc. n sister of Col. Geo
W. llacfarlaue. He leaves u family of
three chllilien two daughters anil a
sen the latter a young man now on
Maul -Mr. Cornwell was a number of
the l'rlvj Council of State, and vvus
among the first to be appointed to that
jiosltlou by Her .Majesty Quern l.lllu
okalanl. If u was also a Knight Com
mander of the Order of Kiilakiiuii, a
Knight Commander In Hie Order of
Kiiplolaut. and wore the simo decora
tion In the Older of Star of Occaala
Mr Coiuwdl was by nature a man
of flee, II Ijei nl, uud geneious piodtv
Itlcs. Hospitable und Kindly, he was
a luvoi ot the good things of life, nud
was willing i hat others should be hap
py In the same privilege. He was uni
versally popular, and hud nu extensive
in If of fi lends.
Not tcrj long since, deceased mar
lied a Mis Colvln und together they
look a irly aluo.ul. Mrs. Cornwell was
with hei husband on Maui at the tlma
of his death
Mr Cornwell was for ninny jears a
sufferer from heart disease und al
though appearing very well when seen
about among his friends, ha neverthe
less suffered intense ugony at times
In addition to the beieavcd widow
und his son on Maul there survive htm
his two duiigliteis Mis. John R. Walk
er and Mrs. A A. Ilraymcr both of
this city Ho also leaves two sisters,
.Mrs Wlddilield and Mrs. Vidu. both
GAS1LE IliU VERV
The American barkentlnu S. N Cas
tie arrived from Han Francisco till
morning after a very' stormy passage.
Her master, Captain Nllson, who has
been sailing between San Francisco
and this port for tho past twenty
years, stated this morning that this
Inst tilp was tho roughest he had ever
The S. N. Castle left San Francisco
seventeen days ngo. During the first
week she had westerly winds with a
very heavy swell. In seven days she
made only 305 miles. After that she
struck a very strung fair wind but
had lunch tumble with an enormous
portheily swell. This was evidently
the aftermath of tho heavy storms
which have been i aging up North nnd
have caused such disaster to the ship
Tho Castle rolled heavily In the
trough of the sea but luckily escaped
damage. Captain Nllson says tho
weather was Just tho kind to be found
at Capt Horn. In tho meantime tho
strong wind sent tho Clistlo along at
a fast clip. Sho made no less than
217 miles yesterday.
The Castlo brings 885 tons of gen
erul nieiehanillse. She is llng at
Ilrevvers wharf, where she will dlfc-charge.
Tuesday, Nov. 17.
Stmr Maul, Tlennctt, for .Maul poits.
Stmr V. G. Hall, Thompson, for
T K K. S. S. America Mam. Going,
fur the Orient.
Stmr. Iwalani, Mosher, for Kaana
pall Lahulna, Klhel, Makena, Ktikul
baele und Ilonokna.
C A. S. S. Moana, Carey, for Vic
toria and Vancouver.
Wednesday. Nov. 18.
O. S. S. Alameda. Dowdell, for San
Francisco, at D:15 n. in.
Am sp, Louisiana, Dale-row, for San
Francisco, at 11 a. m.
TO SAIL TODAY.
Stmr. Lehua, Napula, for Molokal.
Maul and 1-anal ports, ut 5 p. in.
Stmr. Kauai, Ilrulin, for Ilanamaiilii
Ahukini and Anahola, at 5 p. in.
Schr. Kawallanl, Moses, for Koolnil
ports, at 4 p. m.
From Kauai ports, per stmr. Mlka
hala, Nov 18. Geo. H. l'arls, J. Mon
nhan. C. C. Kakln, W. llerlowltz. G. H,
I'echt. Veo Sheong and 3fi deck.
fi u tt t: Ktt n ituiii; :: :: :: :: t:
of whom nie residents of Honolulu
Another Bister Mrs File! was burn
ed to death In the mjsterious file that
took place at the 1'ilel borne over a
Tho body of the lato Col. W. H.
Cornwell will be brought up from Maul
In the Mauna Loa on Friday, accom
panied by the widow and son. The ex
act date of the funeral has not been
fixed. Sunday will probably be chos
en. Tho deceased being a member of
Hawaiian Lodge, No .21, the services
will be Masonic, the funeral to take
place from the Masonic Temple, cor
ner of Hotel nnd Alakea streets.
Have your Teeth Fixed by our PAINLESS METHOD.
NOTE OUR PRICES :
For San Francisco, per S. 8 Ala
meda, Nov. 18. Mis F. M llrccd
Major Hlrkhelnier. Mrs W H lllik-
helmcr, F F Fnlrcloth, J. S C. I "iasor
und wife, K. A Fruser, the Misses
Fiber, I)r M (iiotsnun, J. It (Salt
II, Huneberg. lion W. G. Irwin. S A.
D. Jones, Capt. McFall, I) McGiegor,
'. V MeWllkie, wife und two children,
J. .Michaels, Mr and Mrs. H, McClunu-
han, W l'aicinel. Capt Jean ltuult.
J. J Sullivan, Mrs D I' Smith. J. J
Thoriibury, 1). T J. Thoinbuij A
Those GUNS are the ones that you have hunted for and now
can hunt with. . . o ..
LOOK AT THE PRICES.
22 CALIBRE RIFLES, formerly $4.00, now -
12 GUAGE SINGLE BARREL SHOT GUNS,
formerly $12.00, now -12
GUAGE DOUBLE BARREL SHOT GUNS.
formerly $J7.50, now $10.00
THESTOREONtAfUirnflftM P. (( 91 KING ST.
TWO STREETS WllM I HI & OUn 92BF0RTST,
OPEN SATURDAY NIQHTS.
GO - CARTS
What do you think or this?
Wo are selling vIO CAUTS nt a
sacrifice. Just to give you a
chance to buy one for your Uttlu
COLO CROWN, $5.00 and up GOLD H'LLINGS, S2.00 and up
WHITU 0.00 AMALGUM 1.00 Hours, 8 to H
PLATES B 00 CliAWNT .(50 Sundny, 0 to 12.
IlMDGIi WORK. (LOO pet tooth H LVIiR .GO
No charge (or examination. See samples of our modern work at our entrance,
THE EXPERT DENTISTS,
; piX'g)WP 2'5 HOTEL ST., opp. YOUNG HOTEL.JJjyigflf
The Oceanic steamship Alamed.i
sailed lor San Francisco this morning
at about 9.1u o'clock. The band at
tended and a huge number of people
gatheied on the llnclifc'lil wharf to see
their departing friends off. Owing lo
the absence of tho usual stilct qunr
amine regulations the ilcpaituie ot the
steamer was ipilto prompt.
Among the dcpaiting passcngcis
wiih 'Major llirkhliuer, a member of
tho aimy board which arrived here a
Hiort time ago to decide upon suitable
bites for fortifications on this Island.
He was accompanied by Mis. Dill,
Captain Jean Itault, master of tho
Ficnch bark Connetable de Itlchuiout,
which went nshoro on French Frlgato
Shoal, set out for his home In Ln
Belle France. Hereattcr, the nffulis
of tho French vessel, If anything fur
ther develops, will be left In the hands
of Acting French Consul Albert Haas.
Paymaster's Clerk F. F. MeWllkie,
who was on duty at the local naval
etatlon under Paymaster Hall and the
late Paymaster Rhodes, departed for
Washington. He will remain In Wash
ington awaiting orders. Mr. MeWllkie
lb accompanied by Mis. McWUMo and
two chllili en.
I Aicxanuer loung ucpaneu tor sun
JFrnnclsco, where Mrs. Young Is ver
Among tho other well known local
pioplo wero Hon, W. G. Irwin. Dr. M.
Giossman, V.. II. McClanahan and wife,
Dr. Thurnburg, thu Mines lllsher und
The professional vvhltt washer
3 8 fctunds In the lime light
Iceinembcr, It Is not a toy. It
Is a real useful article. Mothers,
do not lose this opportunity.
Hoftschlager Co., Ltd.,
Cor, King and Bethel Sis,
THATS what our customers say
about our voda water. The same ap
plies to our Ice Cieain and Sherbets.
THIS Is tho result of our using the
Purest and Host ingredients.
TRY OUR SHERBERT '
It will please you
Chambers Drug Co.,
Coiner Fort and King Streets
For, Want Column See Page Six
FOR SALE Kmpty packing cases for
sale. William C. I.jou Co., Ltd.
Tho regular meeting of Honolulu Ae
rie, No. HO, T. O. L, will bo held this
Wednesday evening, nt 7.30 o'clock at
St. Antonio Hull.
NOMINATION l)F OI'I'lCHItS
All visiting hiothcrs aro Invited, and
nicmbcts icqucstt'd to attend.
ii. t. moorh,
Across the Continent
LESS THAN 3 DAYS
EVERY BAY TRAIN
Bath, Sarber, Buffet, Library,
Electric Reading Lamps In ev
ery Booth, Observation Car,
Telephone Service. " " "
e. o. Mccormick,
Passenger Traffic Manager.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger Agent.
SAN FRANCISCO ....CALIFORNIA
v 6 10 OJ
Here's to you, my lady
The Queen of all the world:
I drink to you, my lady .i
And my banner It unfurled,
And on It's face, my lady
There's writ this great defl
"You can't be beat, my lady, -.
My purest 'Herald Rye'."
This toast Is said to be, by Tom
McTlghe, the greatest toast ever ut
tered as It contains both strength and
truth. He says that when you are
getting rye, that 'HERALD RYE, It
the only rye. Try this rye and find
why It't nigh PERFECT.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS.
93 KINO STREET.
Are to be found tho
rp. latest Hhcll IcIh nnd
1 116 Irtlnnd curloH.
Cull nndBce. Hotel.
nenp Benson, 6mlth.
JAS. F. MORGAN
Auctioneer and Broker,
847-857 Kaahumanu Street.
P. O. BOX 594. TELEPHONE &.
Castle & Lansdale
FIRE AND PLATE GLA88
REAL ESTATE and INVESTMENTS.
'Phone Main 70. Room 508-507,
Dullding lot on Judd St., command
ing extensive view of the sea, the
Walanae Mts., and ot Nuuauu Val
ley Area 1 1-2 acres.
This lot Is on a high bluff; the
view can never he shut off on any
side Only 3 mluutes from Rapid
$3,000.00, EASY TERMS.
TEL. MAIN 117.
Buy your Xiiios Wheel from uh.
Read, Reflect, Rldo. Wheels
are our stock repairing
our Hpcclulty. WIiccIh
163 KING ST. HOTEL nr. RIVER
gives jour linen, ctr . a superior luster
ns well ns a sploudld perfume. Tor
sale by all grocers.
I offer at private sate one of th
nicest residences In Manoa. Nearly
ono aero ot land, all Improved, Wuu a
well-built, largo dwelling house.
Commands about tho flneBt vlaw ot
sea and shoro to bo obtained.
For particulars apply to
Jas. F. Morgan,