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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
I lift rii
on l.liiuur iiinl Suii.lrlc-
I Kiiiini An
k.i iiMi !.
Death of a HtrutiKPr.
Miilll-liT llnig I'litiipmiy.
Still lluiitf l' (lut ton tin- lliiunllun
Ixh-bI a tul (ItMierul Iteni".
Hall on tlnati.
Tho Coming Ailmlrnl.
Arrival of tho 8. 8. Ails-trull.
Sample I-nntcrn Blldes
Slu cDnihi -liuUclin.
Pledyed to neither Sect nm Party,
Hut KttnbUnhed fur the limetit of All.
SATURDAY, FE1. 21, 18SU
MosBmtin Cloarod Again Divorce
Habeas Corpus Extradition.
William I,. Mobsman wan tiuan
imuly noipiittt'd by tin juty on th
second indictment (or embezzlement
of money in Makawao l'ottolllco.
Tho trial ended just beforo 12 o'clock
to-day, when the Court adjourned
for tlli day V. V. Ashford defend
ed the accued.
Jitiltje Cooper, presitlin in the
second courtroom, granted a divorce
to Buna Good from John Good for
do.ourtion and non-support.
The result of the week's business
done in term, is given a follows:
Eleven caes were dispoed of dur
ing tho week, classflicd a follows: 1
convict ion. 1 acquittal, 1 foreign
jury civil, 1 jury waived cae, 1
nolle prosuipiicd, '1 disagreement of
jury, and -1 divorce case-.
Cot for attendance of 28 jurors
at rl per diem for five days S2SU,
plus It verdict Sit! anil $2i for at
tendance of jurors iu the .Mobsman
case total 5SM0.
Win. Larson, captain of police, has
tit ado return of a warrant of arrest
against 13. It. Foss, isrited by Chief
Justico Judd on information of the
Attorney-General. Foss is charged
wltlt umbczzlmg.'SSfOMM wltilo super
intendent of schools for Plumas
county. California. Goveruot Mark
ham sent a request to the I'rovi
bional Government for his extradi
tion. Capt. Larson arrestotl him at
Kilattea, Kauai, lat Thursday. He
will appear beforo the Chief JtHtico
A writ of habeas corpus was is
sued yesterday for producing Imlon
Judge Cooper on Saturday, the
body of Reynold Urotlie McGrew,
tho three year old sou of Dr. ami
Mrs. Henrf McGrew. The petition
alleged that Mrs. McGrew intended
leaving for abroad, to live there per
muuctilly. C. L. Carter, guardian
of the litil:tnd. Mvore out the writ
Judge Cooper heard the matter this
tnoruiiiL', when C. W. Ashford filed
u demurrer, also respondent's plea
and motion for counsel fees iu this
matter, lie alto aikeil for further
time, and the cae was continued till
next Friday Hartwcll for petition;
C. W. Ashford anil Wakefield for
Chief Justice .Ititltl i author of a
unanimous decision of the Supreme
Court on n question reserved from
the Second Circuit Court, iu the
matter of the estate of Jose Ks
piutla. The following is the sylla
bus: "Au execttt rix who wit hholtU, wit li
mit just excuse for au unreasonable
time, money which slut should have
paid over to the legatees is charge
able with interest.
"Tho executrix not using or in
Testing tho money withhold, the
rato at which tho interest is charge
able against her is that which the
legatees could havo obtained upon a
safe investment, say six percent,"
Maria Espinda, executrix, in re
quired by the decision to pay .:JC(J.18
lor interest. Peterson for executrix;
W. H. Castle for tho devisees.
Hollistor Drug Company.
Hereafter the oltl and favorably
known drugstore of Hollistor A: Co.
will be conducted by a corporation
named tho Hollistor Drug Com
pany (Limited). Tho oillcers elected
for the first year are well known anil
eMccmod residents, all excepting the
secretary having beeu connected
with the old husiucsi either as pro
prietors or pharmaceutical practi
tioners. They are as follow: H.
U. Hollistor, president; W. O. Lack
land, vice president ami manager;
I. W. Winter, secretary; William
Woon, treasurer; H. A. 1'arinelee,
auditor. Mr. Winter has for many
jenrs been on the clerical stall' of .
G. Irwin .V Co., but his original
business is that of a druggist. The
HiLi.t.TiN bespeaks for the corpora
tion a continuation of the pros
perous ami progressive career ttf the
old fit m.
Duuth of u Stranger.
I' A. Dogau, a native of Now
York, dietl at Mrs. W. H. Smith's
lodging house, King street, last
night. The funeral takes place this
afternoon at I o'clock. Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh will conduct the services
at Nuuauii cemetery. Mr. Dogau
I'uniM to Honolulu In- tint li.irLiuil inn
W. H. Dimotid some weeks auo for '
his health, but his disease had al
ready progressed too far to derive
benefit from either treatment ot
climate. He had suH'ered a long
time, being iu the third stage of
consumption when he came here.
He leaves a mother ami brother re
siding at Biggs. Butte county, (,'nli
By the S.S.Australia, which ar
rivod this morning from San Fran
cisco, the linns of Castle Cooke
uud E. O. Hall A Sou received large
consignments oi aiiimiiuiiiou. J nose
packages were the first to be lauded
from the steamer and piled on the
near the Oceanic h. h, Co.'h
ollice. Thorn wore twenty-live cases
containing one thousand cartridges
each for Castle Cooke and nine
cases for K. 0. Hull A: Sou.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Sn l-'tMM'tsrn. Fi'lt 17
YELLOW FEVER AT RIO.
A CASK ON IIOAItll Tilt L S. S. NEWAHK
nt'.ATII OK AN AtlSTKIAN NAVAL
There is no longer any doubt that
yellow fever has made its appear
ance iu tho United States fleet at
Hio, and the Newark is now a fever
A cablegram received from Ad
miral Uonbaiu, at Hio. reads: "One
man on tint Newark is ill with yellow
fever. 1 have transferred him to the
hospital. 1 shall send the Newark
to Hio do la l'lata."
Secretory Herbert lator received
the following despatch from Ad
miral Beitham, dated at Hio Janeiro,
i robruary Ittth: "Asa precautionary
I measure against fever 1 will semi all
t lie vessels except the llagsmp just
outside the harbor, but within call.
Every precaution has boon taken.
The health of tho olllcors and crews
is good. Bkniiam "
Hio Jankiro, February 10. Yellow
fever is on the increase. There wore
sixty deaths yesterday In addition to
fifteen from other fevers.
The captain of tho Austrian war
ship iu those waters died to-day.
There are a number of other cases
on board. The Portuguese warship
here is also infected.
The situation is growing serious
to foreigners. Admiral Donhaui has
conferred with the commanders of
American vessels and nothing will
bo left undone which can lead to
preserving the health of Amorican
sailors. The Uritish warship Jtacur
has also some vases on board, and
merchant vessels are reported to
have several members of their crows
sick under suspicious circumstances.
Advices from Rio via Buenos Ay res
say that Admiral da G a ma's sailors
have captured tho stores, guns and
ammunition at Fort Armacao.
Admiral Botiliam has oxactod au
apology from a relcl naval cap
tain for a shot tired at a launch con
v eying a yellow fever patient from
tho Newark. The captain said it
was a mistake.
Frank C. Brady, who embezzled
&!f,UXI at Portland, Oregon, seven
teen mouths ago, has been arrested
after being pursued by detectives on
both sides of the Atlantic. Ho some
time ago returned to the United
States ami settled on a farm near
Several property-owners iu 1'lor-
tug a banker of Jaiiseu.
are under arrest for a dynamite plot.
I licy placed tiynamito hottiDs along
the route of a railway under con
struction, to prevent its damaging
i rmu roooers opened a swiieti nun
wrecked a train at Ro.scoe station,
Southern California. Arthur Mas
ters, the li reman, was lulled, as was
also Arthur Granger, a trump who
was stealing a ride on the engine.
The robbers, three in number, blew
open the express car door with dyna
mite and compelled the messenger
at the poiut of their guns to deliver
the treasure. It is hcitovod they got
away with S'.JO.OOO.
It is believed that the cruiser
Kcarsargo is a total wreck.
There is excitement in Nebraska
City over the hanging iu elllgy of
Secretary Morton and his sou. It is
supposed tho outrage was commit
ted on account of aomonppointiuonU
made by the Secretary of Agricul
ture. Plans are laid for the $15,000 fight
between Corlwtt and Jackson to
come olT nearDotroit.
A stupendous canal project is said
to be in contempUtioii by capitalists
iu Chicago,' New York, Boston ami
Loudon. It is a ditch to cross Michi
gan ami obviato tho present long
route, lite Canadian facinc Kail
way people favor the scheme.
The United States and the Chilean
Claims Commission has rejected the
famous Laudroau claim involving
W.UOO.OOO. Iu tho early days of the
Garfield administration, Secretary
Blaine sent Walker Blaine ami Mr.
Trascott to South America in the
interest of this claim. There were
said to be threats that the power of
the Government of tho United States
might be used against the weaker
Government of Peru to enforce the
payment of this claim.
Postuiastor-Gouoral Bissell is con
sidering the question of indicting
the penalty on the Pacific Mail
Steamship Co. for violating its mail
The late Robert L. Cutting of
New York, by a codicil to his will,
disinherited liis sou Robert L. be
cause of his marriage to Minnie
Seligmuii the actress.
A collision between electric cars
in St. Louis injured three women
ami out) man. Two of the women,
Mrs. Mary Noouaii and Miss Jennie
O'Hottrke, tire expected to die. Mrs.
Emily Wilkinson may recover.
The Until Iron Works, having the
linost shipbuilding plant in New
Kuglaiitl, have been burned.
JUTTKHs I.N lOMIII&ss.
Wheeler 11. Peckhnui of New York
was vesterday rejected for Associate !
Justice of the Supreme Court by the
Senate. The vote was .'12 to 41. j
Eiulit Republicans voted for con- i
Urination, anil fifteen Democrats
against it. This is tho second nomi
nation the President has madu for
the position to be rejected. David
B. Hill of New York lotl the opposi
t ion in both cases, claiming the rigid
of Senators from a Slate where a
nominee was chosen to bo consulted.
It is said the river ami harbor bill
will contain items of .$70,000 for
Oakland harbor ami flO.IKK) for
' Petaluuia creek.
' Au omnibus war claims bill of
.AXlt,t(i lias had Inserted hi H, by
Kopiosoiiinilvo Hermann of oreuoii,
an item of ..rt00,(X)0 for a pro rata
liquidation of California ami Oregon
Indian war claims.
Thirty niin ini'ii wn kilhul ami In miitoubtwlly n illseano of tho
niiif iiinri(l 1 1 tin- txloiuu of n i blood, And n MU'h only n ruliahlu
sti'ntn pin tin lioartl tht warship blow! purifior ran eflW't n perfwt
liraiidiMiliiirg nl Kul, (lertnntiy. u- . and prtnnntnt euro. Hood Sar
tinlay. Tim faoinlty oivurrVd in saparillai.ithu Inist blood purifiur,
tlm i"Mirso ttf an tptriuiint with ' and it has onrod many vry mnuru
forced tlranuht. Out ttf eleven . casos of oatarrh. Catarrh often-
ineelianies from tlu ilockvnnl, who '
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Hrir ill nil- V1IL.III1- knmiii ivil nuio
The British ship City of Hankow
arrived at Queciistowii, Ireland, yes
terday, lOti days from San Francisco.
She beat the British ships Clan
Mackenzie. Gantock Hock ami Gar
field iu an ocean race.
The American liner Paris broko
her rudder when 800 miles out from
Southampton for New York. She
managed to reach Cjiieenstovvn with
out further iujtirv. If the steamer
had not hail twin propellers she
would have become unmanageable.
A National line steamer paid no at
tention to a signal of the Paris' con
dition. Ex-Minister Waldeck Housseuu
was wounded In the arm iu a duel
with Count Frisch du Fels at Paris.
The duel arose from a slighting re
mark Housseau made about tho
A French anarchist named D nir
diu fell iu Greenwich park, London,
ami was mangled by a dynamite
bomb ho carried. Ho died soon
after being taken to hospital. It is
almost certain his intention was to
wreck Greenwich Observatory.
Throughout Germany 21 people
weru killed attd 100 injured through
accidents iu the recent storm. Dam
age done iu Berlin will amount to
Ayusloy Cook, the English bari
tone, is dead.
William Ash worth, an Kuglish
manufacturer, has beeu nrrestcil for
falsifying his accounts. His shortage
Is said to beSlOO.IXXI.
Five hundred Russian fishermen,
with their wives and children, drift
oil to sea on au ice tloe. Food,
clothes ami fuel have beeu sent out.
and rescue is probable.
The French Minister to Portugal
has been recalled, to consult with his
Government about matters iu dis
pute between the two countries. A
Madrid despatch says tho Spanish
Queen Hegoiit and Cabinet discuss
ed the departure of tho French Min
ister from Lisbon, ami the situation
is regarded as serious.
A man throw a bomb iu n cafe al
a Paris railway station, ami tho ex
plosion killed or injured 28 persons.
The motive was to avenge the death
of Vaillant, who was beheaded for
throwing a bomb iu tho Legislature.
Bomb-thrower Henry confessed to
a Paris magistrate the existence of a
plot to kill as many wealthy people
as possible iu theatres, railway sta
tions and other public places. Pla
cards on the tfoor of Rothschilds'
bank in Paris called a meeting of
anarchists to be held inside.
Harry Carter, a crank, is tinder ar
rest for writing a threatening letter
to Queen Victoria.
ItEt'lANCr. to tih: I.OItDs.
The House of Commons rejected
without division a number of amend
ments made by the Lords to the
Parish Councils bill. There was a
division iu one instance and the Gov
ernment obtained a majority of fifty
two. At the suggestion of Fowler,
president of tho Local Government
Board, the Speaker ruled two of tho
amendments made by the Lortls out
of order as a breach of the privileges
of the Commons, iu that they creat
ed new taxation.
A N I'M Milt OK TltYi'OTS. V V.TKK
rV Cu-l.it iron Ixmiiit 'J.VJ bullous eaoli),
Co ml lluck, In iiiuiilltlcs to milt, ilellvcreil
mm milt) Irmtt Ihu Post Ulllco nt 73 cftits
ixt Ion. I. Apply to
T. W. KAWMNH,
1111 Tvltt. 4.V I'. 0. Hoi . (MK-lui
ELECTION OF OFFIOERS.
AT A MKKIINd ttK THK STOCK
holders of tlits HnLLiHTrs Onuu Co.,
(Iil). lieM l-'rliruurv 1 IS 'I, tho foltuwInK
Ofllcfrs were I'lictiil for the iMpmlng yeurt
II. It. HelliMiT I'roldent.
W. II. Ln-kliiinl J A
J. W. Winter Swrciii y.
Win. Wtiiin Tri'itMee'r.
II. A. I'uriiii'lnt . Amtllnr.
.1. W. WISTKIt,
IMI 'It HiiTtnarv.
I'Elt S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
KOHSAN ) HA NCI SCO.
IMI. Al BTKAMrtllll'
wi i.i. i i:avk iiiiMii.i'i.i'
toil lilt MIllVI- 1'ilHI lA
Saturday, March 3d,
I'Im' mi'liTi-lnnrd ii ru now prt'imred to
Ivmic TlirniiKli Ticki'U (ruin llil I'lty to nil
p(ilnl hi t lit I'nltiil Stun.,,,
I'ur InrtliiT ikirt liuiliirx rruiinliiiu
KrHfilil ur l'tiii)(i, appl) to
NAM. (I. I II WIS A fit., I.'l.,
l" tit ilHiii-rul AKiit.
Oatarrh In the Head
times loacis it) cotisti mm o . iane
Hood's Sarsaparilla before It is too i
times lends to cousiimptioii. Taku
Hood's Pills do not purge, pain or
gripe, but act promptly, easily and
We havo just reco'ived an
other cargo of Hay ami Grain
by the "Inngard," personally
Belucted by our manager in
California: inul as we buy
the best, ii word to the wise
is Hurtieient. Protrjpt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Offick: Corner Queen
and Nuuanu streets. Both
"Wahkiiousk : King street
near O. U & L. Coa Depot.
Both Telephones 53.
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
Household :- Furniture
MONDAY, Fcl. 2tli,
AT 10 OTI.OOK. A. M
Al tho IIi-I.Iuiiit of A. HIIKI'AltD. K..,
Iltrrlitnlit Hlrcet. near I'iiiii'IiIhiuI
.Stri-t-t, I will sell at I'nhllc
Entiro - Household - Furnituro
1 Mmi UprisL III Piano
Wlvi'i Kniiy ('Imlrs,
Floor (!urH-t lEutf".
Black Walnut M,T. Bedroom Set
Hot MprlltK MuttruxTs, I'lllows,
iik Itcilrooin .q't, Iron llfiWtrml,
New Home N-wIiik Miirhlne,
Oak Extension Table!
DIlllliK Itoolit t'liiilrn,
Crockery unit fllicuwarr.
" Alpine" Stove & Utensils
Meat Safe, Kto., Kte.
- A 1.80 -
1 Horse Broken to Saddle,
1 Saddle and Bridle.
Jas, "F1. lCorgeun,
On TUESDAY, F.. 27th,
AT III O'CLOCK A. M.,
AT THE STORE OP H. HACKFELD H CO.,
I will still tit 1'iilillc Auction for mvoittit
of whom It may concern:
II. II. A CO.
A. 8 A T.
.H7--'. IhIIh, encli, II xheetK CorrilKHleil
Iron, ii ft., 4?.' His
m-187 7 InIIh. etirli, I-' sheetn Cmriiiateil
Iron, 7 ft., lti.rJ IIh.
8-,-,.,7tl bill, each 10 hheetH CorrtlKateil
Iron, rt ft., t.t'W IIh.
'.Nit-IIMJ K bill". ohcIi, II hheetH CorrilKUtril
Iron, It ft., IMJ lbs.
:ilin I.VJ .' IkIIh. encli, U nheutH CiiTilnuteil
Iron, II ft., Its Dm.
iXi-WI-ll ImIN. each. It hIiccIh CorrilKiiteil
Iron, 7 ft.. itti" lbs.
.'iii'nr7.'-ll IkIIh. cuiIi, 8 nheetH Corrugated
Iron, 8 ft., l"Wl lbs.
ITU-".'! IUImIIh. eueh, 7 nheetH I tirrilfitt-l
Iron, ll ft., '.'I.') lbs.
l.'iJT I cane, I ilot. Charcoiil Irons.
IVII.HIO.'i H nentH each, II pluccs Itoillicl
Daiiiauttil bt salt water on vovaire
itortatloii, ux llcriiian bark "San-
tlliiH," from Liverpool,
Terms Cash In U. 8. Oold Coin.
AUCTION SALE OF
JEWELRY and TOOLS
On TUESDAY. Fcl). 27lli,
AT in 0'CI.OOK, A. M
At Ibe Jewnlrv Hloreof Mk. A.KIIIM'AHI),
S'lliiuuil htieet, I will sell at I'llblle
Auction, the HtoeL ol
Material, Etc., Etc.
hlvery ,1,,,-riflhn oJOU PIUM'IMl
ilime (il the Hultrtin Ollice,
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Saturday, Feb. 17, 1894.
For about a year we've been
selling a French rat trap that
mi . .
will catch as many as nine rats
at one seance. Some oeoole.
those who have good dogs, pre
fer this trap because it pro
vides amusement for the ca
nine as well as the owner, the
rats being caught alive. The
only objection to this sort of
trap is the price. People who
have no particular interest in
live rats objected to the price
of the French process of catch
ing them. A cheaper variety,
and a most excellent one, is
called the "Little Giant," which
is bound to kill every rat or
mouse that sticks his nose
against the bait. We have set
six traps in a night and found
a dead rat in each one the
next morning. They are really
very good and cheap.
The consumer in Honolulu
may not have felt it but there's
been a shortage in charcoal
irons in this citv durinur the
past six weeks. These things
come from Europe generally
and the tardy arrival of ships
around the Horn caused the
shortage. We have a few for
the retail trade and if you hap
pen to be in need of one now
is the time to subscribe.
13y the "Alden Besse" we
received a number of very
pretty porcelain shades for
lamps. These are handsomely
decorated and are suitable for
small lamps for any room in
the house. Some very pretty
and novel table bells came to
us by the same vessel and
from their appearance we don't
imagine they will be long in
stock. These include the
popular electric bell that rings
the same as if you touched a
Hunter's Hour sifters have
taken first place in the kitchen
for sifting Hour. They are a
convenient article and the
Hour is made very much finer
than bv any other sort of
Honolulu is very much like
some cities in the United
States. At least one day in
the week the whole town is on
wheels. It don't make much
difference whether your horse
is good, bad or indifferent a
whip and a cheap article is
worthless. We have recently
added some very good ones to
our stock which we sell at rea
sonable prices; you cannot fail
to be pleased with the one you
get of us.
Is it worth while-saying any
thing more about the Jones
locked fence? It is growing
in favor so rapidly that every
one seems to know that it is
really the best fence to set up.
The economy of building and
strength after it is erected are
the two points that sell it. In
the numerous letters we have
had from people who have
used it there is not a line or a
word in contradiction of our
statements. People who buy a
trial lot of stays and washers
always send in a second order.
We are making a specialty of
this fence because we have had
encouragement from the peo
ple who are using it; we are
convinced that it is the best
and most economical fence
As with the fence so with
the enamel bath tubs. Success
has rewarded our efforts to
bring them before the public.
The bath tubs, however, were
well known to every one here
through the advertisements in
magazines, people read them
every month so that they are
as familiar as A U C. We
have a large assortment of
tubs and sinks and can give
them to you at various prices.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0Hjilte bprrnkrU' llloflk,
Ii07 FOItT STKKKT.
The Drug Business heretofore carried by Hol
lister & Co. has been incorporated under the
name of the ......
Hollistcr Drug Co., L'd,
Having the largeHt and most complete Btoek iu
our line, we are prepared to off ;r our customers
the best goods at the lowest prices.
( I-j I :& I
8RS Tort 8t,rfAt,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oornr Fori 4a Hotel Streets.
I BEG TO INFORM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERT WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
Will be offered to the Public
I AM OFPEItING NOW
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Assortment of Colors at 20 Cent Each.
Jut Received by lust "Australia" a Large Stock of
To be sold for onk wkkk only at 10c, 12$c., 14c. and 16ie.
per yard. Goods worth 25c. a yard.
. . a e o pieoes . .
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from 1.00 to 7f cents.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
SIiikIu I'lwi'it nnd tM!t,
COKNICE POLES IN WOOD OK UKASS MOUNTINGS.
In Fine BprliiK, llulr Wool, .Mih mid Htruw MutlruuK.
IMU.UWK OK I.1VK UKKHK KKATIICUH AND HII.K I'l.OBS.
Latest Improvements in Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Soti Beds, Divan Lounges and Solas,
Great Variety of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and High Cbalrt.
Our dtl.liiW-MukliiH Vork.)ioi In Superior In Men ami Miileriiil.
rUHNITIIIIK AND JIATTIIK.S.SIS IIKI'AIHKU AU U(X)I) AH NKW.
MATTINCi - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE !
Olllt I'ltlCllH AI.WAYh
J. HOPP 8e CO,
rfk .ECluc Street. - . . Hom.o1vt.Ki, XX. I.
T B3 3D )
Koxiolvila, H. T.
and it will pay you to trade Ht
CHAIRS, Etc, Etc
THK I.OWKKT IN IIONol.lM.t'