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THURSDAY. DEC. V, 1803.
TltUIMDAY, 1)CC. 7.
H 11 M S Champion, Rooko, for a crulso
Stmr Kuala for Wnlnuao oiul Mokulola
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Porta.
Stmr Kuala 091 bagi r!co, I'JoO bags sugar,
10 pfcgi crcf' hides and '23 pugi sun
dries. Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
From San Francisco per baric 0 1) Bry
' ant, Ueo 7 Miss Lulu Clean, ,1 II Gourlay,
N H Mooldrcdgo, J l! Cornell and Carl
Tho Hawaiian bark C. D. Bryant, Capt.
.lacobson, arrived yesterday afternoon 17
days from San Fruncisco ami docked at
the P. M. S. S. wharf. Tho captain re
ports that the passago was tho most dts
ngreeablo ho ever hail. Tho first week out
light west and, southwest winds to latitude
20 41' X. loiwltudo 137 SV W. was en
countered, and from thence to port heavy
swells ftom north to northwest with light
cast wind. Sho brought llvo passengers
and a cargo of general merchandise for this
THAT ALLEGED MISCONDUCT.
Prosecution Comes to Host Respon
dent Wundonborjy on tho Stand.
Tho hearing of tho charges of mis
conduct against Deputy Clerk Wun
douberg was continued beforo tho
Supremo Court yesterday afternoon.
J. M. Vivas was tho last witness
for tho prosecution. Ho and K. V.
Wilcox were talking polities in V. V.
Ash ford's oflico when respondent
walked in; ho advised witness, if ho
was suro of tho fact, to tell Commis
sioner Blount that tho troops woro
landed from tho U. S. S. Boston bo
foro tho revolution. Wundonborg
had called U. h. .Niinistur btovens
"an old rascal." Ho also denounced
tho Provisional Government. Tho
Mr. Wilcox stated that respondent
did not show any signs of excite
ment, and ho did not uso certain
language attributed to him by Vivas,
at least ho had not heard it.
Pred W. Wundonberg, tho respon
dent, was put on for defense. Ho
tuado a general denial of statements
made by Vivas. Tho names of Blount
and Stevens woro novor used by him
in tho meeting in Ashford's
oflico. As to using tho language
"God damn tho Provisional Gov
ernment," that was entirely false.
Respondent was as innocent of using
tho word "God" in that senso as ho
was of taking liquor. Ho may havo
used, the won "damn." As to a re
port made by Cathcart, it was only
a joko iu Cecil Brown's office. It
- was something about floating some
Government peoplo on tho lumber
in Wildor's lumber yard out to sea,
and they'd bo singing "Ton thousand
miles away." Ho did not bolievo at
tho time that Cathcart had taken it
so seriously. On cross-examination
Wundonborg stated that ho had at
tended a meeting at L. A. Thurston's
house, Saturday ovoning, Jan. 1-1,
ono at W. R. Castle's house, Sunda',
Jan. 15, and another on the Monday
following at H. Watorhouse's. From
tho lattor placo a committee wont
to Slovens. Ho was asked by II. E.
Cooper to sign somo document,
which ho understood contained au
appeal for assistance from the U. S.
Minister. Ho refused to sign it.
Was opposed from tho start to an
nexation, and only accepted tho
position of Marshal iu tho intorest
of law and order. Was pressed by
W. O. Smith and J. H. Sopor to take
tho position. xftor a few other
minor questions and answor the
Court adjourned until 10 o'clock
W. O. Smith, Attornoy-Gouoral,
was called on tho staud this morn
ing. Ho deposed that ho was not
mado acquainted with the full stato-
mont of Marshal Hitchcock until a
few days ago. Heard about tho
meeting between Wundonborg and
Cathcart in Cecil Brown's olhco a
few days after it occurred. Know
of an investigation by tho Supremo
Court and its outcome. Tho wit
ness deemed it his duty to bring the
inquiry, and was not actuated by
articles which appeared in tho Star,
or other outsido influence. Tho
statoment purported to have boon
mado to Blount had something to
do with it.
Chief Justice J ttdd stntod to coun
sel that othor evidence had come to
tho Court diroutly, and lie would
givo it out. After argument Mr.
Judd said that for ono week aftor
tho revolution tho Justicos lost sight
of respondent but ho finally caino
back whilo Court was in Arion hall.
Ho was sullen and showed sup
pressed emotion. Ho told Mr. Judd
that tho Attoruoy-Gonoral had
broken faith with him. Ho had
been ofl'orod tho position of Marshal,
and Mr. Smith had gone- back on
his word. Tho Chief Justice found
out later that tho kick as to his ap
pointment was iu tho council, and
told respondent so. About tho
Cathcart incident Mr. .Judd reooivod
a loiter fri'iij Mr. Hatch addressed
to tho Annexation Club. On investi
gation tho matter va.-. satisfactorily
soltled. Prior to Hii- ho had per
sonally cautioned lcbpondoiit about
using certain language.
Judge Cooper, of ilin .Second Cir
cuit Court, was called in rebuttal,
Witness did not roniombor asking
respondent to nigii any papers in
January. After tho arrest of Messrs,
Ashfon'l and Wilcox in Juno, 1892,
had asked him lo sign a papor ask
ing tho U.S. Minister to assume u
prolootorato over tho then govern
ment on account of rumors of trou
ble. .Might have asked Wundon
borg to sign as special police during
tho revolution iu January, On cross
examination tho Judge stated that
ho was chairman of tho Comiuilteo
of Safely on January 11th. Are-
quest signed by mombors of llio
committoo wa9 sent to tho U. S.
Miuiator requesting him to land tho
U. S. troops. Tho roquost was sont
on Monday, Jau. Kith, boforo tho
mass mooting. Thoro was a moot
ing that day in Thurston's oflico,
over Bishop fe Co.'s bank.
This concluded tho ovidouco and
after arguments by W. O. Smith
and Taul Noumann tho caso was
takon undor advisomont.
Dr. Henry W. Howard
tico iu this issuo.
lias a no-
Tho Y. M. C. A. monthly meeting
will bo hold to-night at 8 o'clock.
Thoro will bo no meeting of Court
Lunalilo, No. GG00, A. O. F., this
A Japanoso woman was arrested
at Ewa and brought to town this
morning for liquor selling.
H. B. M. S. Champion left this
morning for gun practice Sho will
roturu about next Tuesday.
Jas. F. Morgan's holiday bargain
sales will bo continued on Saturday
0-oniug, Doc. 9, at 7 o'clock.
Pearl City Fruit Co.'s stock will
bo sold by Jas. F. Morgan on Satur
day, Doc. 9, at 12 o'clock noon.
Tho trustees of tho Sailors' Homo
aro holding a mooting in tho Cham
ber of Commorco this afternoon.
A car will leave tho Opera Houso
aftor tho ontortainmont for tho valloy
and another ono for Waikiki at 10:8.
Col. Z. S. Spalding leaves on tho
S. S. Australia ou Saturday for
Washington iu tho intorest of an
nexation. Tho Honolulu and Pacific football
toams will play in about two weeks.
Tho formor team has practice daily
at tho barracks.
Seats can now bo procured at Mr.
Levey's for tho trapeze and gymnas
tic performance of Spanish artists
Koaloha was discharged after a
lengthy trial in tho District Court
on a charge of assault and batto'
on a Chinese couple.
There will bo a combined con
cert by tho U. S. S. Philadelphia
and P. G. bauds at tho Hawaiian
Hotol to-morrow evening.
Tho time table of a now Bus ser
vice botween tho Palama tramcars'
terminus and Kalihi churofe, appears
in our advertising columns.
Tho Misses Albu, London's latest
sopranos, mako thoir initial appear
ance beforo a Honolulu public at
tho Opera Houso this evening.
Tho Hawaiian bark Mauna Ala is
19 days out from San Francisco.
with a full cargo of hay and grain
for the California Feed Company.
A deserter from tho Iutor-lslaud
Steam Navigation Co.'s. service was
arrested yesterday. Since ho has
decided to return, S3 will bo docked
from his wagos for costs of Court.
A rumor that has boon going tho
rounds, that a royalist has forfeited
a wager on restoration, proves to bo
a canard. Tho period fixed for tho
annexationist to claim the ftoOO pool
is yet in the noar future.
It is long since any first-class vocal
ists havo appeared in Honolulu. The
Misses Albu, who open a short sea
son at tno upora .House this ovon
ing, rank among tho leading singers
of tho world. They mado thoir do
but at Alexandra Palace, London.
Jas. McNabo, charged with using
threatening language towards his
wife, an eighteen year old Gorman
girl, was discharged yesterday, tho
prosecution entering a uol. pros.
McNabo is a P. G. soldier, which
perhaps has nothing to do with his
Tho Pacific Wheelmen, at a meet
ing held yesterday evening at tho
Armory, decided not to disband, and
elected tho following officors: Pre
sident, A. L. C. Atkinson; secretary
and troasurer, Goo. H. Paris; cap
tain, Jlonry trues; iioutonaut, Chi
Tho Planets and a baseball team
from tho U. S. S. Adams played au
exciting game on tho League ground
yesterday aftornoon boforo quite a
largo crowd. Up to seventh inning
not a single run was mado. Tho
Planets, howovor, won tho gamo by
a scoro of G to 5.
The phonograph in tho Arlington
block is attracting general attontiou.
Mr. Stoocklo has somo of tho very
latest songs by woll-kuown voca
lists, as well as selections by tho
United States military bauds. It is
a treat to listen to this vocal ma
chine of Edison's.
At 12:05 to-day a uow car mado its
initial trip from Lovoy's corner. It
was built by tho Hawaiian Tram
ways Co. at thoir own workshops,
and is highly croditablo to homo in
dustry. Tho car is 1G foot long in
side, and 20 foot over all. It is
wider than tho imported cars of tho
samo class. Its frame is oak and
tho scats aro ash, iiuished in tho
natural wood. Tho oxtorior is dark
greon with vormilion panols, tricked
out with gold bands, giving a gay
oiloct. An arrangement of tho lamps
that light tho interior is mado which
dispenses with the need of head
lights Tho car is vory substantial
and a largo amount is saved by hav
ing it made in Honolulu,
Now Jowolry Storo,
!Mr. J2. A. Jncobsoii, latoly in tho
employ of Wonnor ic Co., has ro
titruod from tho Slates with an as
sortment of holiday jowolry of tho
latest and nentost designs and
opuiiod up nl CO.') Fort stroet noar
tho oornor of King; stroot. Tho dis
play of goods is nuat and artistic,
everything boint,' now. Mr. Pfoill'or,
formerly of lTuHFor & Spear, has
boon ougnyed by Mr. Jocob3on for
tho watchmaking department. A
visit to tho store Is invited.
J as. F. Morgan sold a rice planta
tion at Wnioli, Kauai, undor fore
closure of niortgago to-day. Tho
salo included all the crops, buildings,
animals and implements, logothor
with a loaso by G. N. Wilcox to Ah
Fat and others of 15 acros, for 10
years from Jan. 1, 1888, at $325 por
annum. Ah In was tho buyer at
Business dead ? Not much !
Lenstwiso it is not so with tho
California Feed Company. Wo
havo mado a business for our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all tho hard times other
pcopio aro complaining aoout.
Wo havo just secured from Mr.
J. F. Qolburn his old stand, cor
ner Queen and Nuuanu streots,
and taken possession of those
largo and convenient promises.
Wo had to do so, because our
old place at Loleo is too small
for our fast-increasing business.
Iii a few days tho bark "Mauna
Ala" will be hero again with hor
fourth full cargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vessel. Wc prefer to select our
merchandise ourselves rathor
than havo others do it, which
means that wo get bolter goods
at a loss price.
Wo thank our many friends
for their liberal patronago for
tho past three years, and hope
by strict attention to a business
wo thoroughly understand to
merit the patronage of as many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Hawaiian Opera House
LEVEY - -.
First Appearance of the
Grand Opening Concert of tho above Colo-
liratnl Artists in Choico Selections,
including the Great Duet
From the Opera of Norma
in which thoso gifted Artists caused such a
creat furore at tho Oporn House in San
Francisco, before an undionco of .1,200
tSSF" Popular prices. llo plan open on
Wednesday morning, at L. J. Lovoy's at 0
L. J. LEVEY - - - Lessee.
SATUEDAY, DEC. 0TH.,
my of Spams'
THE HAWAIIAN NATIONAL BAND
WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE.
gp- Box Plan for reserved .seats will bo
open at L. J. Levey's on Wednesday morn
ing, December (j, a't 9 o'clock. " bW-Gt
An Oil Puinting or tho Voleano, by the
Into Juu:a TAVr.nMKn, bclni: one "of his
latest production-), on view and for salo by
L. J. LEVEY,
SSS-?.t ( 'orner Queen and Fort Street.
Palama and Kalihi Bus Service.
A BUS WILL COMMENCE RUNNING
on Satumiay, and will run Every
Ham'-IIour on SATURDAYS and BUN
DAYS between tho Tram Car Terminus
at Palama and Kulibi Cliurch, at the fol
From Tim Terminus: Every Hulf-Hour
from 7:15 a.m. until 11:15a.m.; nnd
i!:15 i'. m. until 7:15 i m.
From Kalihi Church : Every Hulf-Hour
from S a.m. until 1!! noon; and from
2:o0 I-. M. until 8 1-. M. !W0-:it
DR. HENRY W. HOWARD
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND
Residence to Cottogo No. COO Ha
waiian Hotel, entranco ou Berotnnin
street. Hours: 10 to IU a m ; 0:li0 to 7:30
i m. Mutual Telephone IJ50. i0-2w
A. o. r.
rpiinitK WILL BE NO MEETING OF
X tho above Court TH IS EVENING.
By order. A. McDOWALL,
Honolulu, Dec. 7, lb!)J. UO0-H
ALL BILLS Dl'E AOAINSTTHE Ho
nolulu Road Board iu future aro re
quested to bo prohontcd ut tho otllco of tho
Road Supervisor of Honolulu on tho itli
of each month, otherwlso thoy will bo nx
omptfroui that mouth's estimuto and like
ly not to bo paid for onu or two months
n'fter. By order of tho Honolulu Road
Board, W. H. OO.MMINOB.
biW-tl Road Supervisor, Honolulu.
CEYLON JEWELRY AND LAOES.
I'NDl.ltSIONED IIEHS TO IN-
X form the public that ho has opeuod a
More at No. IjU .Nuuanu ittrcut, incur I.
Ahlu'rl for tho alo of Cuylou Mnnufiic.
tilled Jewelry and iliiiuLniadu Lace.
speetlon K'lpocifully Invited.
' ' YV. J. SADRIS,
.MumifuuturiiiK Jowuk-r, M Nauiuiii st
A Boston DrasGmaker
All Who Suffor Similarly, Ro
mombor, HOOD'S CURE8.
Mrs. K TV. Barker
This lady Is a "well-known and popular
dressmaker. Sho says:
"Therolsnomlstalio about Hood's Sarsapa
rlUa, I want to tell how quickly It cured me of
sour stomach, which had troubled mo tor over a
year. I could not ovon tako a swallow of water
but what I suHercd from dint-en andnctdtir.
When I began to tako Hood's Sirsaparllla I
could bco good effects from'tUo firstuiroo doses.
I continued unUl I had taken threo bottles and
Hood's s. Cures
havo been entirelr cored. I elvo thto state
ment for tho boneut of others who aro suffering
similarly." Mrs. F. W. Babkeb, U Chestor
Park, Boston, Mass.
HOOD'S PlLL8re tho bot f tsr-dlnnor FlUi
uilltdlxeittonicnrohc&dacli. Try a box. Sic
HOBItON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
One Store aboye King Street,
Cheapest House in Town
Bargains! Bargains!! Bargains!!!
HALE ON PROM
AND THE FOI.LOWINO
THREE WEEKS !
iSr' Goods being- sold at
enormously Reduced Prices,
at less than half the value.
SS21 The undersigned lo
cated, at jSuuanu street, is
offering; the following Goods
in order to reduce his
SSCSsr5 Come and see for
yourselves and. you will be
Men's Undershirts worth 35c., now fl-. or 3
Men's Canton Flannel Drawers, worth 50c.,
Men's Straw Hats, now style; worth 1 now
Men's Straw Hats, new stylo; worth S5o.
Men's Black Hats, best values at 50c. and
Men's Black Socks, fast color; "0i or 0
Men's Pants, good value; worth $:2 now $1
Men's Coats iu various patterns only J-2
White Handkerchiefs wortli 10c. now 5c. or
(! for 2oc.
Ladies' Kid Slippers worth $-' it pair now
Men's Pants, good valuo; wortli $1 now $2.
Men's Pants, good valuo; worth 5 now $3.
Men's Cotton Socks, 6c. a pair or (i for "oo.
Men's Overshirts, full slzo; 25c. each.
Silk Handkerchiefs worth 50c. oulv 20c.
Silk Handkerchiefs worth $1 now 50c.
Men's Calfskin Shoes on'y $1.75 a pair.
Brown Cotton, good value; 10 yds for Me.
White Cotton, good valuo; I) yds for 50.
AND OTHER GOODS
Too numerous to mention at
equally Reduced Prices.
YEE OHA.2ST & CO.,
890 Nuuanu Stroet. 2w
E. A. JACOBSON,
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. COS FORT STREET.
AVbo left for tho Const by last steamer, will
arrivo on December 2d, by the
"Australia," with a
And locate at tho above iiiontlouvd
XttK- Reserve your Xmas ami
Ycar'd pnrchimoi until his return.
N. V. JAU0BS0N,
- PRESENTS T1I1S -
An Unusual attractive variety of NEW
GOODS to incot tho taste anil wants of
our leland community. Apart
from n Ilnu stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS THE NEW SEASON'S -
Thnt must bo seon to bo appreciated.
Also a lino of
Japanese Papor Crepo Books
Of .Unities and Pnlry Tales.
Additional to a bewildering supuly of the
customary good goods for all' good
people is n stock of
That arc as useful as they are novel and
attractive, and of nil kinds and sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
gf- Santa Ci.als' Hi:no.u,i!Tr.ns has
always been noted for its supply of Dolls
and all the otecteras of dolMom'and this
season leads them nil.
Nankin Dolls, Bag Dolls, Rubber Dolls,
China Dolls, Dolls with tune Fremiti His
quo Heads, Dolls with soralled Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
TlfYT T CI with Heal Human Hair,
JLylJUJUO Dolls with Natural Look
ing Hair, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and somo with No Hair at till.
Sleeping Dolls, Wakeful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Cryins Dolls.
in 1mII Die--, Il'ili Pi,--,
nn I l'ii-tii".,:ui(l Liiiuiii''
irom iiiiniii iihoc iiirii'- ! m-.uiy Hue
feet in size, mil frn'n ifii vimi'i to' ov -r 1
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, lioj Dolls, Biij Dolls
French Doll.-,, Knj'li-li l)ull,
German Doll-. Aincric.iii J'o'K.
E-xiuimmix DolN, Indi.m Doll,
.Mulatto Dolls, D.irKey
T'V'Vr T Heads.
JLWAjJU Wiirn. Doll' ArniH.
Shoes, Doll's Stockings, Doll's Hutx, Doll's
Parasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Funs, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's Bedsteads, Doll's. Trons
seaux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Tea Sets,
Wash Sets and sets, of lots of necessary
things to complete the happlnc-s of a
doll's mamma's life.
Equal liberal provision is mado iu all tho
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron ToyD, Paper Toys, Etc.
OUTDOOR GAMES, INDOOR GAMES
... 33 O O K S ...
That aro a joy to behold.
CStT" Everybody and all ng"i piovidcd
for at Santa ClaoV Hn.uo,uvnrr.u-..
H. HMKFELD & CO.
FOll THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Genuine Budweiser Beer
Brewed by the Atilicusor-Iliiiich View
ing Association of St. Louis.
-AND OF TIIE
Milwaukee Brewing Co.'s
LARUE SHIPMENTS JUST TO HAND
AND FOR SALE UY
FOR SAN Ml A NCI SCO.
Till: Al STEAMrJillP
WILL I. HAVE IIO.N'OLl'Li:
i on nn. Aii'i r. rum UN
Saturday, Dec. 9tb,
lied aro now prepared
IhHito Through Tickets ftum thin (.
ty to all
points in thu United Hate.
IV For lurtliiT particulars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply tu
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the mill rolls, and docs away with the ncccKtity of sprcadinu th 1 i-;.isso by
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8J8r Prices and further particulars
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OF
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OeLxrton. Wash. Falorics !
A handsome Cotton Fabric; Now Styles this season; tho cllects aro fac-similes of Chins
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'SILK DRESS GOODS
Ladlos' nnd Gouts' Handkerchiefs
(With American or Hawaiian Flagu)
, Shuwls, SaBhes, Table Cover,
Neckties, Shirts, Etc., Hie.
! COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, Pajuimii, Suits,
Kimono Patterns, Etc., Etc.
Fanoy Porcelain Toa SotB,
I Cups and Saucers, Plate,
Flower Votes, Etc., lite.
i Christinas Cards, Fanoy EnvolowoB,
Albums, Fan , Paper l.-intiirin,
Tallin Crumb l nn -, Etc., Eto.
Importer of Japanouo Ooodo.
AW Fort St., near Oimtum llouw.
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