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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
I'ltOM VND AFTER JUNK 1. ll3.
To Kwa MiM,.
i. Leave Honolulu...,
Leave Pearl Oity...
Leavo Ewa Mill...
Leave Pearl Oity..
Arrive Honolulu . .
A. Saturdnys only.
0. Sundays excepted.
1). Saturdays excepted.
Wu g-ttUaj ' Uttn.
FRIDAY, DEO. 15, 1893.
Thursday, Dec. 14.
Stmr Knnla from Waianae, Waialua and
Stmr C tt Bishop from Kauat
KntDAV, Dec. 15.
Am bktne 3 O Wilder, McNeil, 15 days
from San Francisco
Am bk Colusa, Johnson, from Departure
Stmr Janios Makco from Kauai
Friday," Dec. 15.
Stmr ICinau for Lahaina, Maalaoa, Make-
na, Mahukona, Kawaihae, Laupahoo-
lioe, Hakalau, Honomu, Pohakumanu,
Popeekco, Ouomea, Papaikou and Hilo
at - p in
Stmr Iwalani for Nawiliwili, Ilananiaulu,
Kilauca, ICalihiwai and Hanalol at 5
Stmr Walaloalo for Lahaina, Kukuihaelo
and Honokaa at 0 a m
Stmr'Kaala for Kahukn and Punaluu
Stmr James Makeo for Kapaa at 4 p m
X.OOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho bark Colusa is signaled this
Diamond Hoad, 3 p. m. Woathor
cloar, wind northwest.
To-day is1 tho last day for tho pny
mont of porsonal taxes.
Chinoso Now Yoar's falls on Fob.
5, 1891. Look out for your chickens.
Tho P. G. baud will play at Emma
Square this evening, woathor per
mitting. Last appearance of tho Misses
Albu at tho Opera Houso to-morrow
Tho filling up of sand bags still
continuos on tho Exocutivo building
Tho mail by tho S. S. Mariposa
yesterday for tho Coast consisted of
3646 lottors and 2257 papers.
Mrs. Mary Clement Leavitt will
deliver tho uiscourso at tho morning
service in Central' Union Church on
All tho men on tho four different
warships in port, with tho oxcoptiou
of a fow officors, have boon detainod
Tho Honolulu football team have
not received tho challenge from tho
Pacifies for their match on New
Three deserters from tho 1. 1. S.
N. Co.'s service and one man for
drunkenness constitute tho arrests
by tho police to-day.
A steam whistlo broke loose some
where on tho water front about two
o'clock this morning and made a low
monotonous moan for half an hour.
"It is a ploasuro to soil Ohatnbor
lain's Cough Roniody," says Sticknoy
& Dontlor, druggists, Eopublic, Ohio,
"Because a customor after onco using
it, is almost cortain to call for it
when again in ncod of such a modi
ciuo. Wo sell moro of it thau of any
other cough modicino wo handlo,
and it nhvajv-s gives satisfaction."
For coughs, colds and croup, it is
without an equal. For salo by all
dealers. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
CarR003 from Island Ports.
Stmr O R Bishop IIGSabagi piddy, fjbdls
empty baps and 1 a-iddlc.
Stmr James Makee 2101 bag sugar,
i-tmr Kuala liuJ.) bags sugar.
J'lfim t?an l'ranci-iPO, per bktne S (i
Wilder, Dec 15 A McVoy and A Ingham.
For Han Francisco, per KM 8 S Mati
pnsa, Dec 14 Mrs Panuelce and daughter.
Miss D D Cartwright, Oscav'Unna, Aiiss M
Lishman, W H Pago. E A Williams, W H
Doyle, J Wahinemaikai, W C Manaole, M
Hoonani, T W Matthews, Oapt Matson and
wife, W B Stone, wifo and daughter, and
44 in transit.
For TMaui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Dec 15 Dr Friedlander, Mr Friedlander, E
C Kreuss, Paul Jarrctt, J L Mo andless, G
E Thrum, Mis J Ailau, Prof AW Crockett,
wife, Miss K Flcmming. Miss Beckwith, F
Winter, Miss D Pahau, E O Quinn, Mrs
Widdliiold, and about 47 deck.
The XT. S. S. Corwin tool: in 50 tons of
The bktne Geo. O. Perkins Is now at the
The barkentine S. G. Wilder is tho first
vessel moored alongside tho now extension
at Brewer's wharf.
An extension of some 200 or more feet
long and 100 feet wide is contemplated for
the. old Custom house wharf.
The American bark Coloma was towed
into port yesterday aftcrnoun by tho tuij
Eleu. Her departure for Hongkong has
been delayed for several days.
Tho Mariposa took the following cargo
to San Francisco last evening: 7000 bags
sug.ir, 1800 bnchs bananas, 314 bdls green
hides, 25 bags coffee and a large quantity
of Hawaiian exhibits for the Midwinter
Tho American bktne S. G. Wilder, Capt.
McNeil, came into port this morning, 1&
days from San Francisco. The first twenty
four hours out sho experienced strong
southerly wind and rain, and the rest of
tho passage to port southerly wind. She
brought two passengers and general cargo
to Bchaefer & Co.
Tho S. S. Alameda will bring tho
next news from tho Coast. Sho was
expected to leave San Francisco at
3 o'clock this afternoon for Hono
lulu. A largo sized crayon picture of
Miss Juanita Hassinger by Artist
Good is on exhibition in an uptown
store on Fort street. It is finely ex
ecuted. Four thoroughbred horses arrived
on tho barkentine S. N. Castle yes
terday morning from tho Coast.
They were taken to tho stables of
Mr. W. H. Coruwell this morning.
Inquiry at tho U. S. Consulate this
afternoon elicited tho information
that nothing definite is known in re
gard to tho returning of tho U. S.
revenue cutter Corwin to the Coast.
Three scholars from Kamehameha
School, including Win. Manaolo the
warbler, wore passengers on the S. S.
Mariposa yesterday for tho Coast.
They go to participate in the Ha
waiian exhibit at tho Midwinter
Major Jas. H. Wodohouse, British
Minister Resident, visited the Jap
anese cruiser Naniwa this foronoon,
and on retiring was accorded the
usual salute. The Minister's visit
was made in ono of H. B. M. S.
Sin Koe, the Mongolian who tried
to palm off a rickety old wagon for
$60 to a native, appeared in tho Dis
trict Court to-day to answer to a
charge of gross cheat. After bear
ing of evidence Sin Kee was com
mitted to the Circuit Court.
Business dead ? Not much 1
Leastwise it is iipt so with tho
California Food Company. Wo
have made a businoss for our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all tho hard times other
peoplo aro complaining about.
Wo have just secured from Mr.
J. F. Colburn his old stand, cor
ner Queen and Nuuanu streets,
and taken possession of thoso
largo and convenient promises.
We had to do so, because our
old place at Loleo is too small
for our fast-increasing business.
In a few days tho bark "Mauna
Ala" will bo hero again with her
fourth full cargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vessel. Wo profor to select our
merchandise oursolves rather
than have others do it, which
means that we get better goods
at a less price.
Wo thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
tho past three years, and hope
by strict attention to a business
wo thoroughly understand to
merit tho patronage of as many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Hich Red Blood
Results from taking Hood's
ESTIMATES AND CONTRACTS ON
ALT, KINDS OF WORK.
With Wright Bros.,
To Close Out Consignments I
For the Benefit of tho Estate of
Commencing on SATURDAY, Decem
ber 9th, I will sell a Now Consignment of
Boys' Shirt "Waists
The Celebrated "Star" Braml at
6.00 per Half Dasen.
Boys' Suits from S3.50 up.
Men's Suits from S12.00 up.
men's Extra Pants from $1.50 up.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEVINGST0N, Manager.
KURODA In this city, December 14, 1S93,
Joseph P. Kuroda, infant son of Mr,
and Mrs. F. Kuroda, nged four months.
..The Misses Albu.
Thoro was another good house for
tho Misses Albu last night, whou
they gave a ballad concert at tho
Onera House. Tho enthusiasm they
created in ovory number sung by
them was as groat as on their first
appearance. They were recalled in
every instance and, with the excep
tion of tho closing duet of part 1,
they gracefully responded. The
duet, "Sainted Mother," concluding
part 2, was thrillingly executed. It is
needless to review tho whole con
cert, when ovory number took tho
houso by storm. Special mention
may, however, bo made of Miss
Albu's oncoro response, "Within a
milo o' Edinboro' toon," which was
rendered in a most charming man
ner. Miss Rose Albu made a neat
hit, in return for an encore of "My
Dearest Hoart," by her pretty sing
ing of "In Cupid's Court." Many
who wore present for tho first and
second times wero heard in the
lobby to declare that they should
not miss tho farewell concert on
Saturday evening. Some very popu
lar selections will bo sung in solo
and duet, including "Good-Bvo."
"Oh Rimombranza" from Norma,
and "Ye Banks and Braes," specially
arranged. .Prof. Borgor as accom
panist, Messrs. Barsotti and Krouter,
respectively, in piccolo and cornet
solos, and tho orchestra gave good
iustrumontalism at last night's con
cert. Seats for tho fnrowoll concert
should bo applied for early at Mr.
Ah Loy, tho notorious jailbird,
wus found guilty in tho District
Court this morning of having stolon
two bottles of brandy, valued at
Sy.50, and 510 in silver from tho
store of L. II, Deo on Dec. 1st.
Judge Wilcox bontoncud him to im
prisouinont at hard labor ono year
and nay a fino of $10. Loy thought
His Honor was too hard on him and
asked for n six months' Hontenco,
Tho request wns graciously denied.
The Bulletin has received sam
ples of Fiji sisal plants from Mr. P.
Rooney. They wore brought here
lately from Suva, Fiji, on the S. S.
Arawa and are being distributed
about town free. The plants should
be planted about six or eight feet
When tho S. N. Catlo left San
Francisco tho schooner Vine for
Samoa was detained owing to six of
tho Samoau dancers having been
decoyed away by dance houso hoop
ers. Tho little vessel had also had
trouble with the authorities about
the breathing space for passengers.
Thero was a small attendance at
the departure of the S. S. Mariposa
yesterday for the Coast. The P. G.
band played its usual serenade.
Mrs. Farmelee, Miss Parmoloe,
Misses Maggie Lishmau and D. D.
Cartwright and Ed. Williams wore
among the outgoing passengers from
An old-fashioned stage coach was
landed from tho Mauna Ala yester
day morning for Mr. B. T. White, to
be used in conveying passengers be
tween Ewa and Waialua. The con
veyance is a second-hand ono, pro
vided ' with leather springs, and
capable of carrying about eight
persons. An inscription which some
wag wroto on tho cover reads:
"Evans and Sontag's Coach."
Thero was no little excitement on
the city front at 9:30 o'clock this
morning when active preparations
for boarding tho boats wero noticed
on tho U, S. S. warships Philadel
phia and Adams. A report soon
reached uptowu that the U. b. blue
jackets and marinos wore going to
land, and a number of people flock
ed down to tho wharf. They wore
badly fooled, however, as tho naval
men, after maneuvering in tho har
bor in boat drill for about half an
hour, returned to tho ship.
Tho Mail Services.
At a meeting of tho Wellington
Chamber of Commerce on Nov. 14th
tho following resolutions wero car
ried: "That in tho opinion of this
Chmnbor, it is desirable that tho
Government outer into negotiations
with a viow to subsidising a mail
service to and from England via
Vancouver, provided that Welling
ton bo tho first port of arrival, aud
a port in Now Zealand tho last of
departure; that this Chamber de
sires to express its opinion that uo
subsidy should bo given by the
colony to any mail service, oithor
via San Francisco or Vancouver, un
less freight charges from San Fran
cisco or Vancouver to Now Zen
laud were fixed at tho saino ratui as
such ports in Australia, ami that
tho contribution by tho United
Stittos bo equal to the amount of tho
cost to Now Zonlnnd." AVic Zealand
IN THAT LIKE.
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One Store above King Street,
Cheapest House in Town
Bargains! Bargains I! Bargains!!!
SALE ON FROM
AND THE FOLLOWING
THREE WEEKS !
Mr. Chaa. Walker
Ot San Francisco.
Tor sovcral yoars I havo bocn troubled with
blotchos and pimples on my laco and body,
which wero very annoying. I tried several pre
scriptions, and also other medicines, but they
Hood's S Cures
did not seem to benefit me. Last rail a friend
advised me to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. I was
determined to clvo it
A Thorough Trial.
After using two bottles, my skin returned to its
natural state. I still uso It, as it elves mo
strength and vlaor. I never had better health
In my llfo, and I owe It to taking Hood's Barsa-
Barilla." ciias. Walker, with carvill Mig.
o., 48 Eighth Street, San Francisco.
Hood's Pills, aro tho best attor-dlnner
Fills, assist digestion, euro headache. 2Cc
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
H. HACKFELD St CO.
FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Genuine Budweiser Beer
nffni'iiicv tlio IVillnwmm"
x.... ...h W. AU11UI,11IH
oemtion of St. Louis.
AND OP THE
enonnonsly Reduced. Prices,
at less than half the value.
The undersigned lo-
at Nuuanu street, is
in order to reduce lus
STSt Come and see for
yourselves and you will be
Men's Undershirts worth :3u., now 20c. or 3
Men's Canton Flannel Drawers, worth C0c,
Men's Btraw Hatn, new ttyk; worth $1 now
Men's Straw Hats, new style; worth ttfe.
Men's Black Hats, lip.it values at fle. and
Men's Black Socks, fa.t color; UOc. or 0
Men's Pants, good valuo; worth $2 now $1
Men's Coats in various patterns only $2
White Handkerchiefs worth 10c. now 5c. or
0 for 23e.
Ladies' Kid Slippers worth $1 n pair now
Men's Pants, good value; worth $1 now $2.
Men's Pants, good value; worth !f5 now ?5.
Men's Cotton Socks, 5c. a pair or 0 for 2oc.
Men's Ovcrshirts, full si7c; 25c. each.
Silk Handkerchiefs worth 50c. onlv 20c.
Silk Handkerohiefs worth $1 now 50c.
Men's Calfskin Shoes only $1.75 a pair.
Brown Cotton, good valuu; 10 yds for 50o.
White Cotton, good value; 'J yds for 50.
AND OTHER GOODS
Too numerous to mention at
equally Reduced Prices.
A I.AUOr. AND TNIQl'i: ASBOllT.MKNT NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS
Lais' llaiiil linn Btt Silk Scarfs !
Iliiml l'iiiiiiei! Hois, Head lasts, Etc.
AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW TRICES.
New Fancy Table Covers and Table Scarfs !
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Lace Tidies, Lace Scarfs & Lace Sets !
A FINE VARIETY OF
Ladies' Leather Purses, Hand Bags and Card Cases!
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Painted Swiss Fans, Lace Fans & Feather Fans!
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
LADIES' FINE SILK HOSE IN ALL COLORS !
Real Lace Handkerchiefs, Chiffon Bows, New Sash Ribbons,
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs !
Come and seo our KMUttOIDEUED HASDKEUOIIIKFS at 10c., 12lie. and
20c. Our 25c. assortment can't bo beat.
BIG BARGAINS IN EMBROIDERED SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT Of
Ladies' Embroidered Flounces in Dress Lengths
AT S3.00, S3.50, S3.75 AND UPWARDS.
Ladles' Cashmere Shawls, Embroidered Scarf Shawls and Crepe Shawls
IN ALL COLOns AND QUALITIES.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Infants' Embroidered Clonks aud Children's Cloaks !
Infants' Silk Bonnets, Muslin Bonnets mid Hits 1
mil -oe our itniucii'-e usjuitn ent
TOl- If you aio looking for Holiday Goods, call
bufore niakini; your purchases elsewhere.
N. S. SACHS,
Xmas and New Year's Presents.
MADE TO ORDKH.
ilWIsland orders promptly attonted to.
E. A. JACOBSON,
LARGE SHIPMENTS JUST TO HAND
AND FOIt SALE BY
H. HAGKFELD &
The above Store hsa received another
Splendid Invoice of
An unusual attractivo varioty of NEW
GOODS to moot the taste and wants of
our Island coinniunilv. Apart
from u fmo Mock' of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS THE NEW SEASON'S -
TO THE PUBLIC
M. S. LEVY WILL SELL PROM
Saturday, Dec. 9th,
Japanese Silk & Fancy Goods
His Entire Stock, at VERY LOW PRICES, to give
the Public an opportunity to buy their
Presents, for little money.
WILL BE SOLD AT COST PRICES.
your Holiday purchases any
and examine my prices. No
where else, give
trouble to show
Jlorso, for family
Ufp. Keport at Tracy's
Store, King street, on
Entertainment at Kawaialiao!
FOH THE BENEFIT OF KAWAIAHAO
Seminary tho l'uplln will repeat their
Thanksgiving Entertainment in tlio Chapel
of the 8chool THUHHDAY EVENING,
Dercmber'irith, at 7:30 o'clock. Tho pub
lic aro cordially invited. Admission, -'5e.
DR. C. W. MOORE,
1400 Van Ness Ave, B. V., Cal.
Elegant ApartmontG for Patients.
EMX'TRICITY IN MBItVOUH DJHEASEH.
SW Dr. Mooro oilers invalids nil the
comforts of home, with constant und caro
ful treatment. Uefeibto H. Jt. Macfarlauu.
ALL PEHBON8 OWING .MONEY TO
tho undor.sii;ued will plcaso oblige by
making payment with as little delay as
pousiblu to Dr. Gi'orge lluilily, DeretanU
fitrett, Honolulu. Jly no doing furtlit-r in
coiivriilciico and troublu will ho avoided,
H03-:it WALTER HILL.
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
Cushions, Tablo Covers,
Bed Covers, Gowns,
pll.VKl.K8 J. WHITNEY IIAVINO
j asiimii'd mauaci'iiiuiit of tho l'ahicu
lee Cream Curium, hat resumed tho iiuum
fui'tnruui Chulco Frumih Candiea and leu
Uri'iium. Uo is ready to hiijiply the hull
dav trade, Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
Uotli Teluphunes. WJ-liw
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN QREAT VARIETY.
Inspection Respectfully Invited.
Kfe. No Troublu to Show Goods.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block
Mrs. J, P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
That must bo seen to bo appreciated.
Also a lino of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to a bewildering supply of the
customary good goods for affgood
people is a stock of
That aro as useful as they are novel and
attractive, and of all kinds and sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
IV Santa Claus' Heuiquawebs has
always been noted for its supply of Dolls
and all the etceteras of dolldom, and this
season leads them all.
Nankin Dolls, Kag Dolle, Rubber Dolls,
China Dolls, DolN with Fino 1'reneh Ris
que Heads, Dolls with socalled Uubreak
ablo Heads, China Heads.
TlfYr T C with Real Human Hair,
LJkJLjXjJ Dolls with Natural look
ing Hair, borne with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair at all.
Bleeping Dolls, "W akoful Dolls, Smil
ing1 Dolls, Crying Dolls.
TVYT T Q in Full Dress, Half Dress
JLJKJl J.l jij and Undress and ranging
from about three Inches to nearly threu
feet in size, aud from ten cents to several
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
Freneh Dolls, English Dolls,
German Dolls, American Dolls,
Esquimaux Dolls, Indian Dolls,
4iuiauo nuns, .uarjioy uous.
T-fYT T Heads, Dull Rodies, Dull
XJyJjUJU Wigs, Doll's Arms, Doll's
Shoes, Doll's Stockings, Doll's Hats, Doll's
I'arasols, Doll's Jowofry, Doll's Funs, Doll's
Cradles, Uoll's lledbteads, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Tea Sets,
Wash Sets and sets of lots of necessary
things to complete the huppiucss of a
doll's mamma's life.
Equal liberal provibion is made In all the
Rubber Toys, Woodou Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toyu, Papor Toys, Etc
OUTDOOR GAMES, INDOOR GAMES
... B O O K1S ...
That ale a joy to behold,
&" Everybody mul all ng't provided
for at S.nta CiaiV 11 i:niji' Mil km.
75 FORT STREET 7 5
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
wJHtwSfsk '1 wftfn, vwwL $77? a(B$n0IS)
THOS. G. THRUM I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FOR
tlioi-u SifnliDDKits anil urc now iroparud to receive orders.
The great advantaged to bo derived from tho use of the National Cam:
Siikbdiikk ure thoroughly established und acknowledged by l'lanter.
gunerally. Tho largo number of Planters using them in tho United States, Cuba,
Aigentino Republic, Peru, Australia and cUewhoro, bear witneei. to the
The i no of tho Shueddiui very largely augments tho quantity1 of cane
Hie mill cun grind (25 to 00,6), also tho extraction of juice (5 to 12).
It is, a great safeguard, making known at onco the pretence of any
pieces of ',ron, stakco from cars, or anything which would bo Hublu to damage
the mill, Und allowing amplo time to remove t-umo beforn damaging the mill.
The liiiuKUUUK is very strongly made, and from tho manner of its opera
tion it cult) or tears these pieces of wood or iron without- often breaking tliu
Snj!i;ni)i:l ; und if anything breaks, it is simply some of the knives or cuttcrp,
which can be quickly aud economically lepluml. The .Siuti:ui)i:it, as it
name indi jutes, tears tho cano into shreds of varying leugthb, perfectly open
ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly preus out tho juiccb without ie
quiiing the immense oxtr.i power necehsary to grind or cruch tho whole
cano, The Biiiieiidcu spreads tho shredded cauo uniformly and evenly to
ihu mill i ollr, and does away with tho necessity of spreading tho bagiiefco by
hand hotj'.vcou tho mills, wliero rcgrindiug is in uso. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate tho Shuiuiduk than that which was
Millleicij!. for tho mill, for tho ubovo reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for tho installation of our Snui:m)i:ns, enabling any competent en
gineer 'to successfully install and start them.
In ordering Hiuiunnnis from us, ploabo tend small tkctch, shotting tho
diameter and width of tho mill tolls with which Smti:iiii:K is to bo connected,
uImi the side (either right or left hand as you face tho delivery side of the
iniin, upon which tho mill engine it located, nUo tho height fiuin tloor lino
to center of front mill ioll chafl, and distaneu center this shaft to fiont end
of beil plate. Thcto Sllni:iui:UH itio now being uno by the Hilo Sugar Cn.
and ll.nvi .Mill, Kolmla, wliuru they are giving great sutuf.ieliuii.
f tST Prices ami further particuluis may be had by applying t
WM. G. IRWIN & CO , LU,
HW-tf &U .igtntt fvr th Jluuuiian UUiJ.