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THUHSDAY, AUG. 9, 1894 I
TiifiwnAT, Attp. 0.
Am bVtne trmganl, Schmidt, for San
Francisco itt 1 1 tt in
Btmr Kan I a tor Wuliwino, Wnlalun ami
Mukaleia nl 0 n in
VmmIi Leaving To-morrow.
Httnr W Q Hall for Maul and Hawaii at 10
Provisional Govornmont vb. Max
imo do Loou, alias J. Duleo, aud
Geronimo Mootuoe, burglary, was
continued in tho Circuit Court to
day. Shortly boforo noon tlio jury
returned a verdict of guilty, ouo dis
cerning. At tliH request of G. V
Ashford, counsel fordofonso, the dis
senting juror (Gi'orgo Grau) was
Defondauts will bo ccntoQced on
Georgo Burns, charged with burg
lary, is being tried before a foreign
jury this afternoon. Burns is de
Tbo Coutt officer is now engaged
in trying to secure a Hawaiian jury.
Fifty uames havo been drawn, aud
out of tli 050 tweuty have liewn so
cured. According to tbo officer all
tho tweuty secured have already
taken tho oath of allegianco. Tho
panel will bo drawn from tho fifty.
LOOAX AXtD OENKUAX VXW8
Major J. H. Wodehouso visited H.
B. M. S. Champion this forenoon.
Lowi J. Levey has an offer to per
sons contemplating housekeeping.
Tho board of directors of tho Y.
M. G. A. will meot at tho parlors this
evening at 7:30.
Jos. Tinker advertises for a lost
fox terrier, with a warning of prose
cution for its detention.
Lewis J. Levoy, at his regular rash
salo to-morrow, will sell merchandise
and household furniture.
Havo you tried tho Adelino black
stocking? There's nono bettor. Thoy
can bo Fouud at N S. Sachs.
Tho usual weekly dance was given
at tho residence of G. E. Boarunian,
Berotania street, yesterday evening.
Tho "personally conducted" ex
cursion party is xpected to return
by the steamer Kmnu on Saturday.
Work is being rapidly pushod by
tho MuCandless Bros, on tho now
well being bored on the Queen's
Jas. F. Morgau will hold an as
signee's salo of clothing, tailor's
goods, a sowing machine, etc., at 10
changes was to prevent tho making
of a contract to extend beyond the
biennial period, also to prevent
steamship companies that get spo-
! cial privileges from making discrimi
nating charge or passengers or
freight. Tho report was recoived.
Further time was asked by the
samo committoo for George Wil
son's petition for back pay as a
policomau, and for Eben Low s peti
tion for a reduction of land ront.
Minister Hatch introduced a bill
to amend Act GO, P. G. laws, rolativo
to tho introduction of alion labor
immigrants. The purpose of tho
atnoudment was to allow aliens, not
otherwise entitle'', to land ou en
gaging as agricultural laborers for
not less than two years. Referred
to Judiciary Committee.
The bill to provide for a labor
commission came up on socond
See. l, providing for tho appoint
ment of five porsons as tnouibors of
the commission, passed. '
Sec. 2 makes memlors of the (
Councils eligiblo to serve, but re-1
quires that at least ono member bo
hnancially interested in the sugar
industry. Pasod. j
Sec. ii states tho lines on which j
the commission is to pursue its in-.
vest igat ion, such as number and
dustry. This and other agricultural j
enterprises would require a great t
many laborers within the next few '
years. Therefore he considered that
tho proposed legislation was very
timoly. The commission should ro
port to tho Legislature, which must
bo called together before many
months, and its findings would like
ly bo of great value He voted for ,
tho motion, which accordingly pass
ed, for an appropriation of $000.
The bill passed, to tako effect up- j
on its approval.
Tho jury bilt caino up for third
Mr. Brown moved it pass. !
Mr. Emmelulh asked if tho bill
would fulfill its piirpoMi.
Minister Hatch replied that tho '
bill remedied a defect that had nl-
ways existed in our jury system. It
would also meet tho present difficul
ties, by enabling panels to bo filled.
Tho bill passod l.'l to 1.
Mr. Brown, under sti'pcnsiou of
tho rules, reported favorably from
tho Judiciary Committee on tho bill
relating to tho lauding of aliens.
Ministor Smith, in answer to Mr.
McCandless, explained the bill.
Tho report was adopted.
Minister Hatch moved suspension
of tho rules to have tho bill read a
Quick Relief and Porfoct Cur
Adeline Black Stockings!
New Shipment Just to Hand
1J. S. SACHS'
aBO fort fat,rt, Honolulu
Kenneth Bazomore had tho good
fortuuo to receivo a small bottle of
Chauiberlaiu'H Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy wheu threo mem
bers of his family were sick with
dysentery. This one small bottle
cured tluun all and ho had some loft
which ho gavo to Geo. W. Baker, a
tromineut merchant of the place,
ewislon, N. C, aud it cured him of
tho samo complaint. When troubled
with dysentery, diarrhoea, collu or
cholera morbus, give this remedy a
trial aud you will bo more than
pleased with the result. Tho praise
that naturally follows its introduc
tion aud use has made it very popu
lar. 25 aud GO cent bottles for salo
by Bonsou. Smith & Co., Agouts for
the Hawaiian Islands.
Tho chorus staging was immense
Nicholas Brolmui, proprietor of
tho Honolulu Snap liouc, Bethel
street, quotes prices of various arti
cles in a new advertisement. Read it.
The Healani Boat Club will meot
at 8 o'clock this evening at tho Ha
waiian Hotel. It is hoped that all
members in good standing will attend.
Cuina Lugiuo Co. Iso. 0, still a
volunteer company, held its regular
monthly meeting yesterday evening.
Routine business alone was trans-
Souhor A. do S. Cnuavarro, Portu
guese Chargo d'AiTaires, aud U. S.
Cousul-Gouoral Mills were on II. B. ,
M. S. Champion for some time this
Douglass Browu was ordered by
District Magistrate Robe t son to
day to furnish a bond of $100 to
natiounlitv of laborers, wattes hero
and iu other sugar crowing coun-' being called, said there were etiotiL'h
tries, effect of Chinese immigration, . to pass tho bill without him, and ho
alion. also to
quires individuals and tho Judiuiarv Committee'it failure to
corporations to give nvidenco before insert this provision iu tho original
I no commission, under penalty oi
Mr. O. B. Patrick
MIwt in frailly afflicted Kith nctatla rttttn
lljm that 1 could icarcfly mote. I used a great
many rtra'dleintilrrt did rne no good. A friend
preirnteil me a bottle of llood'i Kariaparllla,
which 1 bfjan to Like. The relict was quick
and two tiottlM cured mceomptctely. 1 author.
lie the ute of my tnr.ie and portrait in rccom-
-f . - j I.. MU U1VVI IM .. till. UII-. '-fll.M. .1. IlilUI
Mr. Morgan, on the ayes ami nays nenJirti Hood's Sitsapatitb, for I think It
Tim Tinm.n.lir,r qtmln Snetetr ' trie, oHod or Chineso immigration, to pass tho bill withon
hl i .i.ir lr!L,.Ui ' oapneity of Europeans for worklug wished to record his pi
?kl vJhMlZL ' iu Hawaiian fiehls, etc. Parsed. ' chain lightning legi- n
&" Fl?& Sec. 1 requires' Individuals and tho Judiciary Conunitt
very valuaM tnnll-lnc. I recommend tt to tit
who may be afflicted with rheumatism or old
ni r nil
ltinn (tin n.ini'n (ntvnril W. (I. Klllir ! lillin.
for nun rear. , Ministor
being hold for contempt iu tho same
manner as in tbo courts oi Justice.
Sec. G provides for the expenses
of the commission. Amonded, to
include expenses of witnesses, and
Sec. 0 leaves a blank for inserting
amount of expenses appropriated.
Mr. Emmoltith moved $5000.
Mr. Brown thought the amount
Chairman Wilder botlovcd it was
not largo enough. Thero was about
a year's work cut out for tho com
mission. Ou tho voto a tio resulted.
Mr. Emmeluth said if enough
were not voted tho bill might as
well be dropped.
Mr. Browu would voto for $2500.
If more were needed, application to I
l no bxecutivo wouiu gel it ovory
Tho bill passed.
At 2:11) the Councils adjourned.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu street. Lodging by
day, week or mouth. Trms: iWi ami
HO cents pr night; (I and (1.2T per
lexer sore, as I know of a l.vty tn Oakland who
hat hrcu cured of ulcer by tlili wonderful med
icine." a 1). I'ATitK.it, No. SCS California St.
BUrktnn. California. Oct HOOD'S.
Adeline Black Stockings
Are certainly THK I1EST. They r verr K'aotlf, Fast Black and are
al;olutely Slnlnfrs. We have them for
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
tn nil Sites and Qualities, In Plain Cotton, tn t.lste
ThrruJ, in Oixm Work and Drop Hiifh
Call for Adeline Black Stockings i
WK ALSO HAVi: TUB
HERMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranted Fast lllack, for l.ndln In all Sites which we are selling
lifiiltt lloten Pair.
When you cutt get some
thing for nothing always tuko
it, that is if it's a straight give
away, us is the case with those
Wash DresB Goods this week.
There are a good many ludies
who imagine there is nothing
new in this line, and wc uie
bound to get you out and
show you there are some Pat
terns you havo never seen,
and at the same time give yon
a chance to nick one out for
yourself for absolutely noth
ing but a guess. We are go
utg to load up one counter.
The one guessing the nearest
can have her pick of tho Pat
terns; tho second best well,
we will not mention it, but she
will be in it ull right.
"Wo might just us well give
away Toile do Nord as we
sell it at 8 yards for 1. It's
absolutely the best goods over
offered for the money and as
u wash goods can not be beat.
32 in. Cotton Duels at 15 cts
a yard all fast colors. White
I inen Ducks from 05 cts. to
for $1.00 needs
Imported Percale for Shirt
Waists and Dresses. Wc are
showing some beauties. Any
how, step in aud make
a guess on tout counter of
Wash Dress Goods. You
will be iiiuhla to ro&ist
the temptation of making a
guess und perhaps of making
Smith considered that.
Tor the work, tuo amount was not
Mr. 12minoltilh had seon enough
of tho oxpeusos of stenographers
and typewriters, in connection with
the Constitutional Convention, to
havo some idea of what this com
in!s!ou would cost.
Ministor Daiuou thought it was
time those Councils should stop
making lawn that were not of abso
lute necessity. Thoy should cease
holding meetings as soon as possi
ble. Such au importaut matter as
the one iu this bill should only bo
dealt with by representatives of the
people elected from alt tho distriots
of tho islands.
Mr. Morgan folt somewhat like
tho Miuitor of Financo about tho
passing of laws by the Councils. J
lint they had boon legislating on t
immigration already, aud tho coun- i
try was being Quoded with the worst
clashes of people without restriction.
Japanese were being introduced in
large numbers, and no othor sort of i
immigration received any attention
Tho Government band will givo a
moonlight concert at Emma Square
this evening. To-morrow evening
tho same baud will hold out at
A Nuuanu street tramcar toppled
over near tho Afong resilience this
afternoon. Luckily no ono was iu
tho car. The driver was injured
about tho knees.
A chance for town homesteads.
such as has not nppoared for yearn,
is ntlbrdcd in the salo at auction of
such property bv Lewis J. Levey ou
the 2uth lust. Keep it in mind.
Private MeNnbb of tbo Govern
ment forces, who was injured by
fdlliug down a cliff on the Kalalau
expedition, was slightly hurt in the
nock yesterday by the explosion of a
The patent pitiless clothes line
sold by the Hawaiian Unrdwaro Co.
is a boon to people who havo sulfar
...I flll...t..l. llM.I... 111. it ..1st I.I..
soiled by fnlllug from tho rope lino ' ri,,,8 l'I'lo were crowding various
into tho dirt. I wupi.timiii in the towns and vil-
- mues, ue uiouinii soimiwiiiitr cuu
There are live beautiful Maltese
cats on the bark Amy Tumor, and
Captain Wnrlaud is so fond of them
that ho will not part with ono. One
was lost overboard on the vessel'rt
passage from Now ork.
There will bo a special meeting of
tho Honolulu Amateur Athletic Club
at tho Y. M. C. A. hall to-morrow
evening at 7:30 o'clock. As bii"iness
of importance will bo transacted a
full attendnuce is requested.
W. P. lT.ydT United States Vice
Cousul-Geueral, hat been ordered to
report at Melbourne, Australia. He
will be uiuuh missed here, together
with Mrs. Boyd, whose departure
iiicmiih separation from the home
aud friends of her childhood.
Py tho Australia M. Meluerny
will receivo the first instalment Jf
tliHstouk of a flrstclass shoo store
which he is about to start. It will
bo eutirely separate from his present
business. Mr. Uiplcy, nnthitect, is
at work ou plaus for tbo iuterunl
Uxturea of the new store,
Listoveniug, at the Scottish This
tle Club rooms, wns held the open
ing soeiil of the Honolulu Dauciug
club. Tho evening passed oil very
pleasantly with hinging aud dancing
to the accompaniment or Mr. . u
Ash. "Doe" Clark mnde a decided
hit with his now song. These dauc
iug socials will bo given every Wed
PBO TEKVORE LEOISLATOHE.
J. J. EGAN
514 Fort Street.
Hoou'o Pllla act easily, yet protnpur and
tQclcntlr, od tlio liver and boucU. S&a ,
UOBHON, NEWMAN A CO..
ARrntp fur Hawaiian Manna i
Nf Bartrnttna " trroar '
SALES AND RUMORS OF SALES !
tKI.KI'HONKC lil -w
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Corner liiin A N'tuinnii Ht.
Tho number of merchants who aro about to
dispose of their entire stock, for the benefit of their
fellow creatures, is truly remarkable and the titter
disregard for consequences so far ns they (the
sellers) are concerned is another singular feature of
tho day. Buying and selling Dry Goods is a pecu
liar business and one that requires constant atten-
and judging from the number of alleged
"Clearance Sales" some of our
n stock of
I sell Dry
you your money's
shoddy or shelf
profit aud give
are iu need of
rcuuiro to bo done without further
Miuistor Smith had iust returned
from tho other islands, where ho
had been groatly impressed with tho
signs of coming dovolopmeut of the
rt'Huurccs oi iui country, isouco
growing was becoming a great in-
LOST, STRAYED or STOLEN
FOX TKltUIKIt lino, AN.
cuern to tiamo ot 'Hliln-
or," white, black ami lirlmllu
iiinrkitiL-M on tlio licml, "'''"riUialii'i'-'t
Mo-uk iluwii rluhtrnr. Klnlur vsnl t.o if
iranli'd by rvturnlnK to XI m JOS. 'II N
KKIt, Cliy Mem Murk"t, Nuiiaim Avenue.
y.ii. liiyiiuu ili'l'illllHK niHivf iiiik
niter thU liotlro will b
To Parties Contemplating
1 have (or alo tlio conteiitH of a
4-Hoomcd Cotiaga vlib Bathroom
l. F. KIII.MKS to CA
When inoviuir into our present
home 1 fouud a bottle of Chamber
lain's l'alu Halm left by a former
tenant. On tho label 1 found the
ktatoment thai it wiih good for cult
aud burns. can tontify to the
truth of this, Nothing in all my
experience has found it equal for
treating blisters or burns. V, VI.
HaiiiiKTT. mnunger he, Sueur Senti
nel, Lo Huoiir, Minn, Pain Halm is
aUo a sure cure for rheumatism,
For sale by Iieiisou, Smith ii Co.,
AjftmU for the Utwaliku Islands.
Weekly Meeting of the Executive
aud Advisory Councils,
Chairman W. C. Wilder called the
Councils to order nt 1:HH o'clock
thin afternoon, with him being pros
cut: Minister Hatch, King, Damon
and Smith; Councillors Brown, Kua,
WnterhotiSH, Nott, MfCatidlci", D
Ii. Smith, Kmmeluth, Morgan, Hollo
Minister Damon rend the weekly
financial tnteinout. Kecxipts wern
S10.10l.71, of which Si.yil.'Jll were
taxes. Expenditures wnru$i:i,IrS.4G.
Tho net indebtcdueiH is J.'l.niW.Oiri.
20. Notices of withdrawals from the
I'o.Htnl Savings lluuk to the end of
Octobur amount to 520, II 'J. Halance
to credit of '2(1 road boards is $2(1,
M'Lll. Thero U 7070 '2S to the
credit of tho bchools. Available
eatli, current account, ii ? l'.l7,IUli 17.
Mr, ltrovwi, from the .luilicliii)
Committee, repoited faiornbly ou
the jury bill with certain mueiitl
Tho H'ltuu committee leported tho
draft of a substitute hill relative to
ocean moll service. Mr. llrowu ex
plaiuod that tu tflfwet of the
completely furnlxliod nnl a'udy tor occu
uini'Vj l( iIcbIti'iI tlm Ifino of tlit- collude
limy tin bad f-.r u low ruutul.
Kur particulars apply tn
Lewis J. Levey,
HU'i-at Corner Fort & Queen ts.
For Sale !
Woolen Driss Good. . . ,45o
Former prl-e ".'m
Scotch Ginghams 10c
Former price '.'.V
Victoria Lawns, 10 yards
White Lawns aud Muslins
French Sateens 25c
Boy's Suits that formerly
sold for $10 and ?(5 a
Suit ure now reduced
to J 50 and SI
K This is positively tho
last week of my Clearance
Sulo. 1 have already i ccoived
a large stock of goods from
Europe, and expect a larger
stock from the Stales hy the
S. S. -"Australia." These
goods will bo plac d on my
shelves for inspection next
week, aud I can promise you
homething in w and novel iu
hcvciul diffen-nt lines and at
prices that will nut everyone.
, As usual,
i .1. .1. KG AN.
POR BA.L.E3 I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY 1'AltT OK TUK CITY.
Matoil 507-TELEPH0NE3- Bell 460
goods that are
Goods at a fair
worth. If von
Dry Goods after the "Australia" comes, watch thw
m:. s. levy,
Who has removed from Hotel street to Benson,
Smith & Co.'s old place, Port street.
KwongSingLoyi SING LOY,
tOI tint St., "Tionit Block.'
It-OS KIdr St., mi IioiiIm Si
SV'll.l. iiksumk nutTiuu
Berotnuia St. near Emma.
Partner Wrtntod in Oil VoneorinR.
1AM 1'IIKI'AKKI) TO 1(1)011. VKNKKlt
Work to onler, Wonlil lik tn K"'
I'urtinr ti Hie IhlIucii, to liirnUli ma
clilnory Hint, II iln-lrililn, learn the biikl
tiexj II it vi' wnter Hmer. Hnnip i of llir
wo k iHtl Id keen nl the Hl'I.I.KTIN Olllce.
lot! It, Will MM MtN'KN
A YOUNO (IKNII.KMAN KKCKNTI.Y
IX. nrrlvcil In town, ilnslren a Mlut'lnn
In an otllcn or elonwiiiri'. Kxpureiicel
llouk-kreiier Hint will acnuuliileil wit tt
I JiiiniHUiim AiMrebu
, "HOOK KUKI'KU."
HUI Iw Cnreul llut.l.KTiN Olllcf.
laiul Tale. 33. p. 0. Box Z07. 'Initial Tell. 6& p. 0 Boi SOT
2 BIG STORKS S
Cliincbu, Japanese and Indiiin UMiHi
Indian Silks, Laces and LinciiH,
fupuuchc Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls und Scartn,
Grass Cloth, Ifiuttan Chairs, Ktc., Ktc.
t-A Comolete TAILORING ESTAULISUMKNT
with Competent Cutters und a complete line of Kulish and
American Suiting. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OAbHUKKKB, MNKNb, I.AW.N'b. MUSl.lNb
Liidies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hata I
SOMETHING N15W JUST OUT
Trunks. Vulises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil CJInth, Ktc. Ku-.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
ill NUUANU STKKK1
M KUCHA NT TAI I.kk.
llfcit lutt little, Aa boimI a nrw, Solil on
uccomit oi owniT leuviUK the country.
VMk Cu'l or adJreni
ll()l-tf 107 King Street
"k'A MAIU-r Store will
hold n Clearance Sale of itn
Stock nf Goudu liryhminy
Tlturxdai, Any. Ulh, and con
tinue to the end of the month.
Thin Store will ijo oat of
liuxinrSH at that time.
Come and jh'i I: oat what
ion want before it in all ijonc
'I'HKKK Nlt'KI.Y Fllll
1 nUlied llooniM at No.
i nanle.ii lin.
FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED
NKW STOCK OK
'IMIKKK NICKi.Y KHIU
X nlnhel Koonia at Will
i klkl on the Ih-hoIi. Terms
Very reHbOitalile. Aiipiy at
I lemple of KmhIiIiiii rort .Ireet,
suits mou i up.
liry OuodH. Fancy OoodH. LawuH, Etc, Em., fcui
Gent's Furnishings of Evei-y Dosoriptiou.
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
ASK VOUU (JUOCIOU FOK
Itoom (or Hitiiile Kelt.
lleniHii xltiuteil on Here.
Inula ntreet, l.t inliiilti'd'
itlk (rum I'mt lllii'ii, AililruoH
1 I VVMKIKI ON Tlllt
; lleaclt. coiiitnrtalilK
iitarterb lor one or tvtu bin
ule (leiilluiiiem Uianl on-
tiotiali butliliiK Imllltle t!'l
HIV U fUM.I.KTIN IIKKteK.
m Temple of
BIB ffort Btrott.
tT Tbls Brant! fill always bo (ouod Keliablb dmi Rood Valuu. -vi
H4lti-ill PHtvon Oohhi AHMniM
CMMU. rOMI'OUTVIII I'.
) imil Neitttv t"n rttlt.li.Ml
' i otiHiie. niM)li llnti I ami
: 'iiiirnl Union I lniu'li T.I
HerelHiilit utreit II itli CulllllK. I.Hrnn iilo.
et, hiieinlii l.miul, Mint utury I'onvunl.
1 mice, Kii'iulre nit iremli or Mutual
' TIviUuiii hh tUUOIw
Um iuortment ot Ladlei' and Chlldrao'i Bbou.
Large Line of Summer Goods 1
UrKt Him of Woolt.na At 2fk h,laiuitl)tt.a, 1(1 xAs for II.IU
rwu and Whito (Ntttoutt, fmni H tti 2l) ynrilH, fl.OU imr iiiwt.
Aiiu)hkt.a(,inKliAiia,l2vArilfiirl.(a. tlnnta'aiul LatlU' liathiiiriSniu
hilki, hatiua, boiKtw, Lawn ami Dnmn UituiU of ovory ilonoriptiiiii.
L. O. BILVA, Pi'oprletor.
i Daily Hiillotiu 50 CoutH por Montli.