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lu giuly gaUctin.
TUESDAY, DEO. , IbiM.
First KuKulnr Mooting in tho
' Thoro was n larp altondnucu of
uioiiiuors aim visuuitr uroturoii ai
Wo aro ruquusU-d to statu that tho tlio nicotine of Hawaiian Lodo, No.
port of Mr. DbvIoh's Olint.il.ur of , -1' K- " Al S'. ,a,.t "lli"H V,1.0
1 , ...... oi'caMoii lii'inir tho oh'etioii of oth
Coiniuoruu apoi'di, publNliud in an
oveuiuy oontomporar3, '3 wholly
hruujitmi.v, ami cloos not contain a
ninglo point that was alluded to in
iiiy way b tho spunkor.
ooir lor thu diMiing .unsomi1 oai.
It was tho litM incotint; of tho lodgo
in its now i-dilioo rouentl dediuatod.
Tho following ollii'ors woro oloi'tod
for tlu ousting yonr: Worshipful
.Maxtor, llonrj li. Coopor; Senior
anion, .loliuJL Sopor (rtolootod);
Captain (Jharlos Li. Nottugo, LL. Junior Wnrduu. t'larouw L. Crabbo;
B., F. It. Li. S., who was m llouolulu I 'orotan, , ,. , anu irons
'.. ,. , , , . . , I uroi, Waltoi M. GilTard. Tho other
kipohbiuhiiuoiii,iiihisu nllwSi ,)oin, thlW0 o( aoacons,
book tlnough Saiup.-ou, Low A: Co., stow aids and tjlor aio to boappoint
London. untitled, "lu Search of a i-d bv tlio novl inado Master. The
...... - . ' . ! . I ... - I -II! -
Climate" A favoiablo notice of tho
book iu tho St. Jainus's Budget sa.s,
"Tho book Is hugely devoted to a
desciiptiou of the histoi and pros
puota of the Hawaiian Inlands, the
oliiuato of which tho author con
siders to bo almost perfect.'' Tho
Westminster Budget saj s, "The book
undoubtedly is one which should
find a pheo in the binary of ovory
club.1' Captain Nottago wiites us
that 300 copied of tho work were old
before the reviewers had mentioned
it. A copy ho sent to the Bi'ixtii.s
has somehow miscarried.
ANOTHER LIE RUN DOWN
An instance of the unprincipled
nature of tho criticism of President
Cleveland's Hawaiian policy in tho
United Slates is attended by tho Ad
vertiser this morning. Our local
coutempoiary shows in tho -aiiie
connection that it is as ready to bot
rovv as to make a dishonest argu
ment Kefereuco is hole made to the
brief telegram from Loudon in an
Auckland papui of November 1,
which said that President Cleveland
was preparing a message to Cotigiess
recommending the leatotatiou of
the Hawaiian moiiaich Some
chuckle-headed Honolulu corres
pondent of the American pro-is spoke
in his despatches of the ''surprise"
that wa- felt hero at receiving such
important news b way of Auck
land. There was not the least sur
prise heie over getting an item of
American news b. vvav of tho Colo
nies, as this is not an uncommon in
cident of our insular position. The
Bteamer simply bad left Auckland a
few dajs after the latent previous
mail from San Francisco. Thus it
brought the telegram in question,
which was 'taken b intelligent peo
ple hoio to be a condensation of a
piece of news published iu the
C uited Stales a da or two previous
to the Londou date. This proves to
bo the case. A Washington despatch
appeared in the San Francisco
Examiner of November 1, containing
tho identical statement telegraphed
to Loudon and then to Auckland.
Yet San Francisco papers are dis
honest enough to charge President
Cleveland, on account of this tele
gram, with giviug England a tip on
his policy before it was divulged to
the United States. Ami tho Adver
tiser copies tho slander as part of
its "explanation" of how the litst
news reached here bv way of Auck
land Doubtless scores of other
papeis than the Examiner iu the
United States had published the
tame news two da,)s before it ap
peared iu London and thiee davs
before the Auckland paper got it.
It is probable that every papei in
the Slates which has abused Cleve
land for giving a tip to England was
well aware of the fact of the prior
publication of the rumor iu tho
American press. This small tnckeiy
of basing vnulont criticism of a
public man particularly tho Presi
dent of tho United States -upon
barefaced lies only makes the jour
nals guilty of it disieputable.
roport of tho several otlicers showed
there had been a .steady growth in
membership of tho lodge, and ample
provision made in the way of robot
to indigent brethren of tlio mystic
tie. Biother Andrew Brown is tho
retiring Woishipful Master of the
lodge. Tho newly made otlicors will
be installed on St. John's Day, Dec.
DIED FROM DRINK.
.Liquor by tlio Bucketful on a Weak
Henry Burke, a half-caste, diop
ped dead about 7:110 o'clock Suuday
night on King street. Ho was found
and carried homo by a companion
who hail been having a spree with
him. Dr. Coopor was immediately
.summoned, but the mail was boyoud
medical aid. A coroner's inquest
was held bj Deputy Marshal Brown
Thomas Burko, n brother of tho
deceased, testified that on Sunday
morning they caino to towu and
bought a bottle of giii. They drank
the liquor and then got a pail of
swipes, which they also punished.
At .") o'clock iu tho evouiug they
bought and swallowed moro swipes,
additional evidence was that other
members of tho family had died of
lieair trouble. Dr. Cooper deposed
that probably Henry had died of
the stone cause.
The jury reudered a verdict that
Burko died from the ejects of alco
holism upon an organic trouble of
VERDICT OF SUICIDE.
The Jin y Bay the Girl Diod of Arse
The continuation of the coroner's
inquest iuto the sudden death of
Frederika Iv'enken. on Saturday,
Nov. IS, was held before Coroner
Brown yesterday. Prof. Lyons' ro
port was to the oll'ect that tho total
quantity of arsenic in the stomach
was perhaps not less than six grains.
The arsenic pioduced inflammation
siiilicient to cause death. There was
no ar-onic in the quarter of a bottle
of whisky found on tho table in the
girl's room. Arsenic was in matter
vomited and taken oil tho soiled
clothes. Tho iurv composed of
Messis. W. Brash, Gardner, McCor
rirtou. Cat heart, Clark and R. An
drews rendered the following ver
dict: "That the said Froderika
Uenkon came to her death on the
afternoon of Saturday. Nov. 18, of
arsenic poisoning, said poison un
doubtedly being administered by
herself while iu a mood of despon
dency." Wedding Last Night.
Captain A. Oartenberg, of tho P.
G arm, and Miss Mary McGuire
weie married by Dr. Beckwith at
Central L uion Church last night.
Mossis. M. Phillips and Sam. Louis-
son were groomsmen, ami .uiss
Hat tie McGuiie was bridesmaid.
Wedding music was pltiyed on the
organ bj Mr. Wray Taylor. Tho
couple hold a reception at their
home in Makiki street. Among the
piesents were one from tho choir of
St. Andrew's Cathedral to which the
brido belonged, a silver service from
ollicers of tho P. G. forces, and a
goodly cheque and sundry house
furnishings from M. S. Grinbaum &
Co., tin- gloom's employers for rnauy
For rheumatism 1 have found
nothing equal to Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, It relieves I ho pain as soon
as applied J W. Young. West
Liberty, W. Va. Tho piotnpt roliof
it airord is alono worth many times
tho cost, Ml cents. Its continued use
will effect a permanent euro. For
sale bj all deal-is. Benson, Smith
Co., agents fur tho Hawaiian
An Oil I'nlntliiK of the Viili'iuiii, by the
lulf Jl'iis I'vvkIiMkii, bflliK one of lii
Inti'-l jiroiliU'tloti", on vlo nnil for snip by
I. .1. l.KVhY,
b.'i.s-.'lt Uiiiiei ijiiccii niul l'"ort Street.
CEi'LON JEWELRY AND I.ACES.
mm: rni:nsmN'i:i ur.tis to in.
mm tin imbue that lie nil- npcucil u
lit o. -tjH Niumiui stn'ct, luenr b.
for the sub' of I'uvlon fuimfno
Mil Harflware Co., L'll
tured Jeuelrj mill Hiiiid-nitido l.nee. In
siit'i'tlou ri'iiicistfullv invited.
w. j. sumis,
MtitiufucttiruiK .Icvvulur. I.'ill Nuiuuiu at.
riMIl. lTNlKUSU!Ni:n WISHES TO
1 notify tliH p ibllc tlmt thu Murrj-Ro-roimd
vvlllbu inn Evi nv Tui'usuw Ai ilk
Mo, from .) o'clock for clilldron uni"lnl
ly, and tlml proper enre will be taken to
prevent :uiv uroideiit or injuries
J. A. VICTOR,
807-1 m Proprietor.
HAVE YOU TRIED -:- -:-
If you try them once you will
smoke no other.
Auy one rrtnrniiHj 0 Jockey
Club Lahvlx to S. KVIiE V &
CO., No. oli. Khuj Street, will
be presented with a bitwtifiil
Ciytirelte or Cigar Cmr
A Fulso Rumor
It is rumored that I have beeu in
strumontal iu, or have in some wi$
sanctioned the removal of an om
floyee for his political opinions,
f those who circulate the rumor
had any idea of tho utter contempt
I feel for the tactics which permit
inon of hitherto unsullied honor to
turn into the streets half whites and
others, whoso onlj crimes aro their
faithfulness and their politics, they
would know how imp ssiblo it is
that I should imitate these tactics.
Tiiho. II. Daviks
Honolulu. Dec. .1, IWt.'l.
Reparation Suit Appoal Damages
for a Horsa Sold.
Are juil in receipt of lnr(;e lnipurlu
tmns by their imn barks "P ul
I-enberK" -Hid "J.C rflugei,"
.ind by a nuinhei of ves
sels from Amotion.
Consisting ot u large and uotiiplcte
Vienna und lion Gurdmi Fuinituio,
Smldler.v unci Put lery ,
Iron Bedsteuds, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seiler Pianos
American & European
V Dils und Piuui-', Lubriciiling Gioiimj,
Caustic sodii, Wash bod.i,
FilterirPs- Cloth, Twine,
Bins. Muket B.mketh,
l)i niqulin-, Etc , Etc.
Central Union Church.
An Oakland telegram of Nov
is as follows:
News has boon received from Ho
nolulu of the appointment of Rev
William Kador of this city as pastor
of the Central Union Church at Ho
nolulu. M r. Rador is now associate
pastor of t he First Congregational
Church on a salary of f.lOO a year.
Last August ho wont to Honolulu
for his vacation ami while thoro
supplied tho pulpit to which ho has
just boon failed. Put notwithstand
ing tho fact that the pastorate is
worth $1,000 a year Mr. Rador says
ho likes America atid his present
surroundings too well, aud has not
,)ot decided to accept tho call.
Kepairiug ot the Miowora.
The work of raising tho stern of
the steamship Miowora has so far
progressed that tho coluirdain is now
iu position. Thu adjusting of shores
was begun yesterday and continued
to-day, with tho result that thoj
wore all placed iu position this after
noon, ami aro oxpootod to bo well
secured by tho ond of to-day's work.
The pumping of water out of the
collorilum will coinmuuco about noon
to morrow It will thon bo seen
whether tho broken atom post can
bo refitted iu its posit ion, or auolhei
have to be substituted.
Kuoling rilntes, l'ltfluiekr,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead,
Plain and Con united Iron,
R. R. Mateiiuls,
Steel HnilR, Etc., Etc. rneilt
Saturday, Dec. 2, 18!UI.
People are gradually finding
out that painting houses means
something besides putting on
a combination of colors and
brightening the app"arance of
dwelling.' There is paint
and paint, some good and
others decidedly bad, and this
saying does not apply only to
ready mixed paints. Wow of
ten you find on houses, paint
ed only a short time, streaks
of white showing through the
I color. It's the quality of the
paint used in mixing with the
white. Six months after a
house is painted with these in
ferior "contract" colors the
house is as apt to look like a
harlequin's jacket as anything
else. In using mixed paints,
Hendry's Ready Mixed Paints
such embarrassment is avoid
ed because in the first place
the colors are selected from
the best made and are mixed
by men whose work is confin
ed strictly to that work. Once
Hendry's Ready Mixed Paint
is used on a building the colors
remain clear and gloss) ; as
the paint goes on so it remains
and weather will not make
changes in its appearance as
it does in other kinds of paint.
Our color cards show twenty
five different shades and colors.
We will be pleased to send it
to any one for the asking, and
you can order from it as safely
as if you come to the store.
An article we don't talk '
about very much, but which is ,
quite an item in our busines.'-,
is rope, good manila rope man
ufactured by Tubbs & Co , the
famous cordage makers. We i
keep all sizes from a fish line
to a hawser the thickness oi
your arm anybody's aim. As I
we are the agents for the man
ufacturer we are enabled to ,
sell this rope at lower prices
than other coidage dealers and I
give better satisfaction. Un
i like some makes of rope the
Tubb's is well laid in oil so
that contact with water, in
stead of making it harsh and
brittle increases its pliability.
Any sailor man who has used
Hongkong rope knows that
once it becomes wet it is use
less while the same cause pro
duces an entirely different ef
fect on the Tubb's rope. Our's
I is also adapted to the uses to
which rope is put on planta
tions. The late rains have made
the grass grow where the
ground has been bare for
months. Growing grass makes
a demand for Lawn Mowers,
at least with us. A half-dozen
have gone to our customers din
ing the past week, and we are
prepared to sell a great many
more. We handle the "Penn
sylvania" which the people
who cut grass say, is superior
to any other. Another article
much used by the landscape
gardener is shears for trimming
the edges of grass, ordinary
sheep shears is the best for the
purpose, and our's have straps
to them so the operator can
get a good grip on the imple-
We have also the con-
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Corner Fort St Hotel StrootB.
AnheuBor-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
EAGLE" Brand Boar.
St. I.mnn, Oot. us, vm
McsHiie. Mu'i viu.AUK A (Jo., Ln.,
Honolulu, II. I.
Ihnr iVn - -We lmve mulluil you n copy
ot tin- nivlfllenwsrat itiuioiuiolng tho great
vh'torv won liv tho ANitLt'iKit-lli'Ruii Asso
(lAiuiN vvitli'Umlr "KAULK" Brunei of
ANHKl'SKlMUlSUH UHKWINU ASSOCIATION.
(i?lccitl .', j)nlcli to (Hnlii-OrmncTiU.J
Wohi.u'h Fvm, OinuAiio, III., Oot. 'M. -No
award litis overborn mnilo in gratifying
to St. Louis people and so juitlj merited
ii the tine civen to-diiv by the t oliimblnn
jury of tho World's Fair, consisting of eon-noih-uiir.-i
mid chemists of the highunt rank,
to the AnliLifer-llu'-eli Droning Asueiu
t ion. l!y uu"hods of unrivalled Inisllii'st
enterprise, ntid by it-dug tho best material
iirodured iu America und Kurope, exclud
ing corn mid other adulterants or surio
gnti , the illllercnt kinds of the Aiihnuor
ltiiH'h beer have heeoinn the fuvorltei with
the American peiit'ln, mid littvo uovv eou
((iieied the highest award in every particu
lar, v hii'h hud to be considered by the
Colunibi in juiy. The high character of
the a u n I'd given to-day by the juror will
be better understood when it is known that
tho dillerent beers exhibited bv the An
heiibcr-llusfh Brewing Association had to
compete with hundreds ot tlio most excel
lent displays of other brewers. The fuel
that no other concern has received so
many points for tho various essential timl
ities of good beer confirms anew the ll'in's
lepul'tlon as the leader of all American
heirs, and Mr. Adolphus Uttsch can feel
pioud over this icsult sojustlv merited.
Toys of Every Description !
mas Goods !
BEST ASSORTMENT Of D6LLS !
I Will Lead the Market in Low Prices!'
I AM OKKKHINO A VBltY LARUE bl'DOK OK
EC .A.3ST 3D KZ E3 P. O H I El F S
For Ladles, Gentlemen and Children ut Low Prices.
BHliClAL-At l'.c.-a line Hnef Ludhs' linibroided Silk Handkucliiufs.
BPE01AL-At.o.-lentb' Jupancse Hllk Handkerchiefs.
SPKUIAL-At l2Vict05 dozen Fancy Silk HtiudktKuhief.
tr Mv .V , IUc, 1"S, ir and llljc Liulifs' Handkerchiefs are the best values
nnYnd iu the market (immense assortment to s-elcct from).
Extra Value lu Hosiery for Ladles, Gentlemen and Children I
Fast Black Gent's Silk Hose at J15 Dozen I
Great Gut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
&" The above Is a Fac-slmllle of the
Label of tbe " EAGLE " Brand which look
Judginunt in ni'corcliinuo with tlio
veidict litis boon onlurcd for thu tic
fendtujt iu thu suit of F. Jichiufni vh.
Tho Olovvalu Suar Co. for 610,000.
A bill of oxfoptious litis boon liled
aftuinal tho ilecruu of niiparalioii
grunted at tlio suit of ICaiiiinnknolo
L.arus v, .loso)h Ivii.ariiH I --
Judgo Oopor Iiih (looliiii'd to, ,Mr Ira 1'. Wotmoro, a proiiiiiiiint
grant thu pot;tioii uf Fannio JJ ri-al ontutu agont of .San Angolo,
Nichols to bo appointed guardian of Tuxas, has us-im! Chaiiiborlain'a Colic,
her daughter, bvehn Nichols Hul- C'holora, and Uiarrho-a Jiuimxly iu
well. Tho ground of declining is ( u family for hoveial joan aH ocuji
that tho father, .1 U. llidvvoll, by biun required, mitl always with per
hia will appiiiutod Jonathan Shaw , fuct hiiccohs. JIu&u)h: "I find it a
and Arch. L. Taylor a hio oxecutoiH perfect cure for our baby when
aud die guardian of his minor troubled with colio or dymtntury. 1
daiightei. I now feel that my out fit ih not uoin-
Tho inuiiil jury, Inst vvouk rou- , ploio without a botlloof thiu luuiud
dorotl a voidiutiif s'U for tloorgo at homo or on a trip away from
MuJnlj.ito ugaiiiBl .Vutoiio bvlva, as huuio For unlo by all deulors, Hon
diiinaHttB foi a Iiumu olil I hat did
not agrtto with iepioiuiitntiou.
uii, Huiitli Co., Agoutb for thu
SUGAR & RICE
tioltieii O.ile, Dl.tuiiiiiil, S)ierr.v ', Mer
chiints mill Kliliirado
Ft) It SALE
iiuii-l hiln'iiil Teruiii itt llie
LiiVVl'nl l'lll'l's bj
M. Haclzfcld 5i Co.
elite fl 'ls ESj
I'KU S S "AU.STHALIA"
ventional hedge shears that
are used in evening up the
sides and tops of hedges.
These three tools are actual
necessities to people who wish
to keep their lawns looking
While mentioning articles
for the lawn and garden it will
be well to tell you that our
stock of rubber hose is about
as large as any in town, and
the quality cannot be improv
ed upon. During the time
the irrigation notice was in the
paper people had no use for
garden hose, but now that the
embargo is removed the de
mand is growing. As a fit
accompaniment the hose reel
should go with the hose.
These reels, however, are for
i economical people, people who
do not believe in buying new
I hose every few months. It's
j the dragging the hose over
the sand walks that wears it
1 out, a hose reel obviates that
I and long life is granted to it.
' When you L';t a hose and a
In oulerinir this Beer h- ore to
ask for the 'KAGI.E" Brnnd.
Maciarlane & Co., L'd,
395-1 f Agents fur Jlmtaimn hlandi.
H. HAGKFELD & CO.
FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Genuine Budweiser Beer
tug .VseOeiatiuii uf St. Louta.
- AND UF thi:
Milwaukee Brewing Co.'s
l.AKOK SHII'MUN'IS JUST TO HAND
AND KOK SALE BY
H. HAGKFELD & GO.
FOR SAN V ItANOISCO.
Tin: Al BTKAMSHII"
wn.i. i.i:avi: Honolulu
rou mi. Afinv e 1'iiiir on
Saturday, Dec. 9tli,
Die iiiulfii-igiiul lire now iirunuruil to
Ihsui' Tliroui;li Tnkets (rum tliib ('U lu all
points iu tlio United Muted
V Kor fitriliei imrtluulum n anlliiK
Fielht or I'liSaiio, uiil to
W.M. (J. 1HWIN A !!() I.'n,
h'17-ill (louenil Aki'iiI.
Will be ollereil ut Lower liiee- tlmu ever before.
My $1 Suits reduced to $3. My $5 Suits reduced to $3.76. My $8, $8.00
and $7.50 Suits (Knou Pauts) reduced to $5.
In Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered!
My $1 Knee Pauta reduced to 65c. My S2, J2.25 aud S2.50
Kuco Pants roduced to S1.50
Boy's "Waists at So.
lu White it ml lrane Per.'iile with Buck mill Kront Pleated und Large
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette I
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard !
Bj the "Australia" due here ue.t Saturday I will eeive a Large Stock oi
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed !
New Novelties in Laces, Ribbons and Oilier Fancy Goods.
ALSO ANOTHER LARGE INVOICE OF
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
sxr I USTVTTE nsrSFEOTIOST -tea
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
JX U O JTIJIjO !
AVE HAVE JUST KECEIVED D1KBCT FROM THE
MAKERS 1IST PARIS, A LARGE
These French Brushes are celebrated the World over
their Excellence ok Fixish and Durability,
and cost you xo .more than the ill-made
HOLLISTER & CO.,
583 TTort Street. - - Honolulu., EC. I.
reel buy a California Improved A ''' n'.1'1"1? I)l.',: aoaixsi'tiii: ho. ! c tl
o ..i.i ; . it .1. . I- iiolnlii Komi Hoard in futuru uro ro- , OCOtt
opilUKIt:!. We hell tUCIll. quuited tulie ilesenlid iittlioolllen o( the
iiuuii on i rior oi Jiuiioilliu on lliu 'JUlli
At tlie BeaYei1 SalOOD 'Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd 1 1;X
0iHHltu hireoki In' ItloeV,
1107 FORT STREET.
H. J. Nolte, Propriutor
mouth, ntlierui.' tliei uill hu m.
Ill tllllt IIKIIHIi'h iiritliiliitii .1 tl. 1 likw.
ly not to lie imld for one i.r two uioiitlin
alter orilur of tlit Honolulu Road
Uonid. W II OII.MMINOH.
euu.tf Iloud burvlor, Honolulu
I.07"E3JO"2" &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
KOIl THK bALK OK
V. Curpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Ctllarn, Nap Ctty.
Frodoricksbury Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Boer,
San June, (Jul , U. S. A.
Dallemund & Co.'s Cream Pure Ryo Whisky,
America' Fiin'sl Production, Rxch und Mellow,
Spruunce, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whiuky,
-Unlorm (i ii if Jlrliablr
& Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The I'rtner oj Summer Iiuik.
, T", riif Ooodsi are auurutiteud fc'lrt.uliik tti every retixul und uro ottered foi
mlu mi Ver Houonnblo t'riuuk. tfx-Zui
Mutual Tttti'iio.sis B08 Von Onox Boi 17