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tuesday, aug. 14, 1891
TlJMDAT, Aug. II.
Otrmnn ship Benta, TIemenn, 147 days
Tumpat, Ang. 14.
Sttnr Clandlne for porta on Manl at ft p in
Btrar Iwalanl for Kanal at 6 pm
For Manl and Hait nil, per stmr Klnsu,
Aug 14 Volcano: Mrs A 8 baxton. A B
Buxton, O 0 Potter. Way torts: 11 U
Wight, Mrs Nap Bee Young and 2 children,
Mrs Arms, Miss M It Klnnny. Miss Hitch
cock, Mr and Mis Abbott Walter Lotvre.
Ilara Lowrifl, Mrs J II Hall. W A Hardy
and ml', Mr Weiselliollt, Lite liWnnf
Jno Perrrltr, 8 Katsatuatsti, M D Itoss, T
Maoi , Mrs LasVe and child O W ratine.
It, and wile, Krnest MUra, J M Hayes, w
U Castle, Jr. Ouy Dennett, Misses Aklna
(2), Mrs W O Irwin.
Tha bark Amy Turner will leare shortly
for Manila to discharge the remainder ol
her cargo of coal oil.
The German ship Sent, Captiln Tie
menn, arrivi-d In port this iiioriiliitt, 147
days from Liverpool Thehtnexerlcnred
fino weather to Mont' Video, when bad
weather was had to 4Udeg. 8. The usual
weather was met rounding (tape Horn,
then flue pft'sauo to putt. Wns on" tho
Islauds last night. Bht brought between
1700 and 1800 Ions of gcneml iutrchatidls4
consigned to T. 11 Otvles .t Co. Cittitnln
Tlauienn was here about twenty-two years
ago in a small bark, and Is therefore no
JOUNSTONK-In Alameda. California,
July 29, 1891, Iter. Alexander John
tone, aged 08 years, a natlvn of 1'ciin
Urania and father of Mr. Arthur
Johnstone of Honolulu.
Lscturas on Theoaophy.
. M. M. Thirds, a very able
popular Thoosopbist of Chi
cago, arrired by tho last Australia,
as a puoat of Mrs. T. It. Fostor. She
intends to giro a series of lectures
on Theosophy during her stay in
this city. A meeting to introduce
her to tho Thoosophlsts of this town
will be held in tho hall of tho Foster
Block, Nuuanu stroet, on Wodues-
day, August 15th, at 7:80 p. tn., and
all persons interested in Theosophy
r cordially invited to attend thn
meeting. Tho dates of Mrs. Thirds'
public loctures will bo given later
In order to introduce Chambor
Iain's Cough Rotnody hero we sold
several dozen bottles ou strict guar
antee and havo found every bottle
did good service. Wo havo used it
ourselves and think it superior to
any other. W. I. Mowjuy, Jarvis
illo, W. Va. For sale by Uousou,
Smith St Co., Agents for tun Hawai
priioHBinc: contest ih
over. Tho Dress Pattern wus
won by Mias Lena Ltruns,
who, though the nearest ou
her guess, was 3.00 below the
value, while Mrs. Harry Lc
wiri, who wins tho second
prize, was 310 over tho va
lue. Out of the 1082 people
entering the store timing the
week 1503 won prizes in get
ting out and out bargains:
1563 people purchasing goods
out of 1G82 entering the store
is touching high water mark.
The goods and prices havo
done it, and show conclusively
that you know where to g t
your money's worth.
This week Embroideries,
Laces, Fedora, Real Torchon,
Valencien, Black Spangled
and Beaded Laces in latest
novelties. Also wo want to
cull your special attention to
Ladies' Bibbed Vests in Cot
ton at 10 cent, V2h cents, 15
cents and 25 cents; these
have only to be looked at to
cause you to buy them.
Fine Pure White and Egyp
tian Liale at 75 cents. All
wool Nibbed Vests in White
and Natural Colors, Silk
Ribbed Vests and Merino
These goods wo carry in
Low Neck, no slcevo, and
High Keck, J sleovts; they
are beauties and now goods.
We open a largo stock of
New floods brought by tho
"Australia," tho lust of this
B. V. H1ILHKS & J0.
LOOAL AND QKHKBAX. HTSWS.
Thoro will bn a battalion drill on
Falauo Squaro this ovenintf.
Tho Chinoso stores are closed
promptly at 9 o'clock ovory eroning.
There was a moonlight excurs on ,
party to Remond Qrovo yesterday
Mrs. Oans' illustrated lectures on
Hawaii haro made a great hit in San
take placo on
raco which was to
Aug. 31st has been
A first-class wood-worker Is want
ed at the Hawaiian Carriage Manu
It is reported that insanity will
bo the plea in defonso of Arthur
Tim boards of examiners and of
registration will go to Ewa by to
morrow morning's train.
Thoro will be a dance of tho Ho
nolulu Social and Dancing Club at
the Thistle Club rooms this eroning.
Tho winner in the bicycle races
at Kapiolani Park ou Saturday after
noon havo been awarded tho prizes.
Captain Campbell has gono to Ka
paa, Kauai, to look over the place
where the James Makeo struck tho
editor of thn
Star, recoired the sad
nows ol tho
death of his father by the Australia's
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Sazton and
Geo. C. Potter Mi for tho Volcano
by tho steamor Kiuau this after
noon. Still the Clereland is tho best.
Oet a Cleroland and you get a good
wheel. Seo H. E. Walkor about it
Tho San Francisco Call of August
4 says tho cruiser Charleston is
going to call at Honolulu on hor
way to China.
Thn foothill team of thn Hono
lulu Amateur Athletio Club will
hold practicuou the L-aguo grounds
at 5 o'clock this afternoon. !
Rev. F. W. Merrill, formerly of
tho Anglican mission in this coun
try, has boou dellveringstereopticou
lectures throughout Wisconsin.
MtHthauics' Home, corner Hot) i
ami Nuuauu atrool.. Lodging by
day, week or mouth Terms: ' ami
50 ceuta pr nljfiil: fl and fl.'i'i m
Thoro is nnxlnlv foil liy tho frioniU '
of Captain Martin, thn hark Volo-
oitr, of which h la mantfr ami
owuor, bnltiK morn than IK) davs out
from Hongkong autl uovor apoknu.
Tho Hawaiian Young Mnu'a Insti
tute will meot iu tho upstairs hall of
tho Y. M. C. A. at 7::30 o'clock this
uvuuliifr for thn purpoxo of adopting
a constitution ntid by-lawa.
With thn addition of onrnral
handarunn from thn Coast tho Gov
urnmont hand has Kroatly improved
Tho concert on the Executive build
ing ((rounds this morning was well
Mr. and Mm. Kichnrd Gilliland
celebrated the birthday of their in
fant eon with a limit yesterday even
ing. Thnro was a largo number of
invited guests present, who all
toasted the health of "young Dick."
O. R. Harrison, practical piano
aud organ maker and timer, can fur
nlsh best factory references. Orders
ten at uawanau own uo. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guarantHMJ to be the aatnn a done
Katilahao, a native convicted a
year ago of gaming and fined $1100,
was released from prison today,
under n scctiou of I ho renal Code,
providing for thn release of prison
ern, after one ynar'n servitude for a
Hue, who are known to havo uo pro
perty or money.
Tliu German Government ha
Anally decided not to accept Herr
Down's no-called bullot-proof cuirass
for usu iu the Gerinau army. At a
recent trial of its elllcacy nt Span
ilau the cuirass was pierced by bul
lets frout a regulation rillu At U00
moires about 2000 feet.
James A. King, Minister of tho In
terior, has an advertisement iu the
San Fraucisco Chronicle for water
pipe autl pumping plant, specifica
tions to bo seen at the ollleit of
Superintendent of Public Works in
Honolulu, and at llio unices ol the
Consols-General iu San Francisco
aud Now York.
Anyone pushing by tho Eeoutivo
building grounds during the oven
iug will notice morn than the usual
number of guards, standing within
tun or twenty paces of each other,
(t has Im'oii ascertained that the
authorities have doubled the night-
guard since the departure of the
U.S. S. Philadelphia, as a precau
tion against any possible uprising.
Tho funeral of the Into Mrs.
Emma Napoleon, mother of Mrs. S.
Maheloun, Mrs. J. U. Kawaiuui, Mrs.
E. P. Low, Maikai Napoleon, Walter
Napoleon aud others, who died ou
Sunday morning, took placo yester
day afteruoou from the family resi
dence, Queeu street. The set vices
were heltl at Kawaiahao Church,
aud among those present wero
President and Mrs. Dole. There
was a largo utteuduueo of mourners,
The interment was iu tho family
plot iu the churchyard.
Thoro have boon several thieviiifr
cases reported during tho past few
weeks. Onn of these was frnin the .
barken! ino S.N. Castle, when a gold
watch was stolen from the fore-1
casllo. The watch was the pro- ,
perty of n Hitilor.
Some time last night Captain
Uuderwood, mate ou the same ves
sel, missed Irs wntch, and Heareh as
he might the "ticker" could not bo
found. The mate, however, suspects
who has committed the thefts, and
the police havo been notified, The
suspect was ou tho vcssul during
yesterday and was soon to be haug
hty around thu mate's room,
JUDICIARY JOTTUTO I
Term Buainesa ProfrreaainK Varioua
Matters at Chambers.
Arthur White's trial for assault
with a dangerous weapon was post-
poned on account of illness of de-
Git, Wa, pleading guilty to selling
opium, was sontnnced to one month
at hard labor aud to pay $500 fino.
Tauaka Sango, pleading guilty to
assault with weapon, got 18 months
with $1 due, no costs.
Yosumura, pleading guilty to as
sault with weapon, was given two
years on the reef and fined $5.
Moriyama, pleading guilty to as
sault with weapon, got one year, f 1
fine aud no costs.
A. Featherstono being arraigned
yosterday for murderous assault
pleadod not guilty.
Louisa Rodriguez vs. Domingos
Gomes, covenant, is on trial. Carter
& Carter for plaintiff; C. W. Ash
ford for defendant. The following
is tho jury: Geo. Grati, J. C. Clu
ney, S. B. Rose, C. M. V. Forster, W.
H. Wilkinson, J. McLean. W. W.
Hall, J. A. Lyle, V. C. Wilder, J. T.
Waterhouse, Jr., W. C. King and J.
Hong Fook by his attorney. W.
C. Achi, mores for a now trial for
stlling opium, on tho ground of
newly discovered ovidence.
Frances E. Jackson pot it ions to
bo appointed administratrix of the
estate of Harriet Squire, intestate,
doccased. Petitioner is sister-in-law
to deceased. Tho estate is valued
I at $1000 and the solo heir known is
petitioner. She urges that some
person bo appointed -at onco, as
small effects are being taken away
by porsons not authorized. W. It.
Castle for potitionor.
William O. Achi is suing Isabella
A. Achi for divorce on various
grounds, beginning with attendance
at hula kuis.
Jas. B. Castle, Collector Gonnral
shoyu and sundry other merchau-,
dlso landed from the S. S. Gaelic ou
J. M. Monsarrat petitions to per-
Cotuate testimony in tho matter of
is title lo laud at Kails. Waikiki.
COFFKK LAND TO 8ELI.
Chance for People to Ralaa Ooff
Close to Honolulu.
Thn Drluoltml owners of thn Hui
Intitl of Knpaliliiahinu M Manoa In
! totul to nsk tho Court to partition
tlivlr intnrcats, and will thou offer ,
1 thn litml fur m1a In iittftttlii irmntu I
fr Coun plautinK. Some of tha
n,in.t. (.nirn trma nn tht Ulanrf
tfr,iwintf in thn irulha nf this mailA
aud nover fail to produce good crops
of fiuo berries. Ihn trees have also
thus far been free from any blight
or disease Parties residing in Hono
lulu desirous of engaging in coffee)
planting may, by acquiring part of
this laud, do so without absenting
themselves from homo.
AYO0NO QKNTLKMAN DK8IRR8 A
sluistlon la stow or elwiwhsre.
Klr-trWcs Uook-keeiier: fnnrotis' esp
rlenco iu the JuurnslUile lie. AiMrens
llOt-lm Cro of Uuixitin Office.
'pilK ItiyJUbAK (JUAUTKUI.Y MRKT
JL ItiK ol the Umii.v 1'kmi Co., (1A1),
will 1m livid nt tliu Com patty's Oflleo,
on WKDNhblUY, the l.MIt tint., at i
o'clock v. m l It. VI DA,
Secretary Union Kccil Co., I.'d.
Honolulu, Au ':'. "'-" ll(r-lt
i o o. r.
MIE MKMDKUS OF KX"KI.3I()K
A Uftk-e, No I, llnrmony Uxlge, No. 3,
mm I'uviiio ueitecoi LoiIko, o. 1, ami
VliltltiK Hrotlum aro conlinlly Invited to
r.Utmd the rueptlon to bo nlveti to
lis i urn (1. 1). Oilman, at Kxrelslor 1111,
mi Kurt Street, ut 7:W THIS (Tuesday)
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyster Cocktails I
Bauer Brunnen t
Straight and Mxed Dtloki
Of All Kinds and Uet Qnslity.
8ontbwst Heroer Elog k Honsan 8U.
Pnr Bsrtspaas " lrain '
gmr rKI.KHHUNKH til
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.!
Corner Queen A Nunaun Bis.
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
VT Tbls Brand nlll iiidjb t
&4ltnhll fc Pejinrton Qoaflt Affstuu
OXTniTO BIBD8 AND BUQ3.
Visit of an Enthusiastic Naturalist
J. C. Flood, taxidermist, has re
turned from Molokai, whero he
spent a week in hunting deer, of
which he got one. Ho did not tako
any birds there because they were
moulting, Mr. Flood has a large
naturalist establishment of bis own
in Boston. He has made a good col
lection hero of birds, beetles, bugs, !
and eggs. James McGuire of this
city assists him in his labors. It is -
Mr. Flood's eager desire to got pos
session of skulls deposited in Molo
kai caves. From here ho goes to the
Colonies, being on a seven years'
trip, and will visit tho various groups
of Polynesia. He has collected a
good many specimens of birds in
aud about Honolulu. A discorery
ho has made for himself is that there
are two species of mud-hens here,
one about tho Honolulu marshes
and another at C. A. Brown's placo,
Stolen Goods Recovered.
A man named J. Duane was on
trial in the District Court today,
for receiriug and concealing stolen
goods, tho property of G. P. Deni
son. Tho goods were jowelry, coin
and a purse, value about 1U. They
wero located in tho lodgings of J. .
Duane by Do relive Larsen and
staff, the purse being found beneath
a mattress. The man had previous
ly been trailod to a yard noar Ka
waiabao Church, where ho was seen
to take several articles from a holo
in tho ground. Duane has promised
to leave tho country.
When moving into our present
home I found a bottle of Chamber
lain's Pain Balm left by a former
tenant. On the label I found tho
statement that it was good for cuts
aud burns. I can testify to tho
trulb ol this. Nothing in all my
??Le"c,h." fo"ua.it" !"UW f2,r
Sif!-J2 """. r "S..":
I Barrett, manager Lo Suour Senti
nel, Lo Sueur, Minn. Pain Balm is
; also a sure cure for rheumatism,
i For sale by Benson, Smith St Co.,
Agents for thn Hawaiian Islands
Mnst le KlrntChss
HtwaJUn Carrtaga HaBilio'atioo Co.
J. J. EGAXT
514 Fort Street.
HEAI.ANI BOAT CLUB MEKTINO
AN AUJOUKNKD MRKTINO OF TUB
IIkai.ani Boat Umui will lo held at
the Cliutitlwr of Cnimiirrcfl Booms on
WhDNKHDAY KVKNINU. Auis. 16. WUI.
at 7:W o'clock r. m , for the Kleutlon nf
OlQcors for ilia emulng jear.
O. E 1)0 HUMAN.
0. 1m C'raiiiir, ActlrtK Secretary.
1 1'W :it
"THE WORLD DO HOVE"
And so does Ihn Mt-f!engr Pe vlre who
havo iiionn'ed their MeNseiiKers on
will deliver PanWaf-ns (up to
Wlbs weluhti or Messanes
(ttllcKcr t linn
by any other method and much clieujK'r
"BONT BE A OLAst!"
Ssvk time and mon-y by nlnethe Mes
L. M. JOHNSON, : : Manager,
taal 5M TBLEPH0MBS Ball S5S
(oaud RelUOle ind (feti Viiu.
Bon of Harry K. ttubr. of Columbia, Pa.,
Suffered From Birth
With a Severe Form of
" Until my boy was sli years of age he was
from birth a terrible, ntfrrrr frnrn scroto
lout humor. 8'ircj would opr"!ir on him and
spread until in I.nrgp n n Ilntlnr and then
discharge, followed by ntltert, so thattbo larger
Bart of 111 body was on nim f re all
te time, e'pwlally severe on 111 If gs nnil liaeK
of till enri ami on liH bend. TI10 humor bad a
very off cm Its t0 or, aud caused
We cannot tell how that poor boy suffered ta
all Uiose years. IMiyilclans did not effect a
cure. At last I decided to glre blra Hood's
Sarsaparllla, as my drugclit recommended
It. In about two weeks the Barsaparllla began
to bare effect.. Tlte sores commenced to heat
upi tlioAli beiran to look mole natural and
healthy. Then ttto scald ratne oil ami nil over
I1I1 limly n n and lir.itthy fle:i ntul skin foimcd.
When he had taken tno hollies he was entlrelf
free from sore, having only tlnnr.it to how
where titer had Iwen. These base nil dlap
tieantt. We are unable to expten our thanks
tor the good
baa done our little hoy." lUitnr K. near,
Box arid, Columbia, rcnnrlvanla.
IIOOD'S I'lLLS cur Conitl4Uon tr rtatoe
lac Ik aorUUlUs aclloosf thsallmsaUrr caal
HOHKON, NEWMAN A CO..
Aftetits for Hawaiian Hariri.
Don't Be Handicapped
Bids the Best !
THKKK IS NOTIIINfi I IKK A
NOTIIINO (JlHTi: SO DOOI).
H E WALKER,
env, UnioWtilu H I
lER S. S. "AUSTUALIA"
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Partner Wanted lo OU Venoorlng.
Work Ui order. Would Ilka to got a
I'artuer in the huslness, to furnish ma
chinery and, If ilelrlie, learu the bunU
netis. Have water Hiwer. hattiji s of the
work ran I n at the Hiii.lktin O III re.
IIW In, WII.IMM VAN.KS
'I1HKH.K NU'KI.V ICtllt.
1 lil.lu.l II.u.M.i. u V.. T
t Uanlen Ine.
'PHKKK .MOKi.Y Ktllt.
I tilshed Hionib at Wal
klkl on the Imsch, Terms
rerr reasonnhle. Annlr at
letiiilit Knshloii, Kort street.
1 UcKjni for wltlKl ceo.
Ueiuan situated ou Bere.
tnnU street, IB inintites' I
walk from Post (llllio. Addreaa "O.,"
this olllre. HH2 tf
l WAIKIKI ON THA
iuartrk lor oue or two bin-
t tJentleiuen. hoard on.
llonal; bathing fiicilltlet kooI Vot parti
Kttfl-tf UUI.I.KTIN UKKHIK.
J and Neatly Kurnintiiil
I i o'lUKf, HjMiln HoU-lmid
Ceii'ml Uiiloii Imrcti T.i
' ileretnnla street H'k'i CullillK, LarpiClo. t
I ets, Hplendld Ijioal, and every convent- i
1 KDli L . Illpu .kll .rullllU..U Villi!.. I '
Fine House and Lot
'PHB tlNJlKltKiONl-.l) OKl'KUN Koit '
1 shIh thiit Kiiih Hiiuietteiid on the .
inaiikit side ot lleretiium street, 1ii (eet
unit of I'ttfttcolit htrei'l. The ltt has a
(rout ol limit et Hint it ii-tliol I i:ileel A i
OihnI Dwi'lliti); Houxe In (JihhI riiiilr ; eon- !
talus I'Hrlor, inniiK'-riwini mkiiimi, run.
try, lUtlriHiui, lUth nd Winer Dltiwt mul
sliotllreon the lower lloor 'th Kour(IO"d
HfilriM'im on mi olid lloor Thern is a suh.
stautlHi ll'iru, UmIiiIiik rohtals, room
for to t'srrlsKes. WihhI Shed and Her
TaliU' KtMiiti, Hervaiits1 W O. and Tmo
Uoh1 1Vi.kiU. r'urtlmr (wrtlculars of
W. K. 0tls or o
Q0 l 1, I. HIIHtfklaU)
11 " I
Xr S ftSj S3
Adeline Black Stockings!
New Shipment Just to Hand
1ST. S. SACHS'
asao rorv Straaast, Honolulu
The Adeline Black Stockings
Are oertainly THK HK3T. They ar ery E'astlc, Fast Black and are
abiolutely Btalulfss. We hare them fur
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
In all Hires and Qualities, In Plain Cotton, tn I.lile
Thread, lo Open Work and Drop HlltWi. . , .
Call for Adeline Black Stockings !
HKRMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranted Kait Black, for Ladles In all Sites which wa are Mlllna
$2 SO a Ihiten l'alr.
SALES AND RUMORS OF SALES I
The number of tncrchantH who uro about to
dispose of their entire stock, for the benefit of their
fellow creatures, is truly remarkable and the utter
disregard for consequences so far as tiny (the
sellers) are concerned is another singular feature of
the day. Buying aud selling Dry Good is a pecu
liar businpfjs and one that requires constant atten
tion, mid judging from the number of alleged
"Clearance .Sales" some of our merchants must
have a stock of goods that arc shoddy or shelf
worn. I sell Dry Goods at a fair profit and give
you your money's worth. If you are in need of
Dry Goods after the "Australia" comes, watch this
:M. S. 3L.E3VY,
Who has removed from Hotel street to Benson,
Smith & Cos old placo, Port street.
Kwong Sing Loyi
07 llai St.. "Ti.mu lloek."
lutul tnl. 33s p. 0. Box 207.
Oliiuoso, Japanese mid Indian (.ooiIn!
Indian Silks, Laces and Linens,
Japanese Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Scart,
Gross Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Ktc.
rA Complete TAILORING ESTABLIS1LMKNT
with Competent Cutters und a complete line of KnifliMh mid
Americjin SuitingH. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OASHMKKKS, LINKNH. LAWNS, MIIBI.lNb
Ladies' - Black -:- Sailor -:- Huts !
SOMETHING NFAV JUST OUT
TnmkH, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Kte., rOtc.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street
Ml NUUANU STKEK1
M KKCUANT TAI l.OK.
TIT 1KD FINISH GUARANTEED.
NKW HTO0K OK
Oashimirew and Sorgeb Just KtWivvd
8UIT8 frI.OM X UP.
Dry GooiIb. Fancy OoodB, Lrwiih. Eto., Etc.. Ku.
Qeut's Furnishings of Every Desonptiuu.
Temple of Fashion
SI ffort Street
I Ladies' Underwear, Boys Clothing,
Urg aMortatnt ot Udlo' tad Cklldran't Skoa.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
UrK lino of ' Wooltjiu nt 2f.c. Iflnnuolottea, 10 ynl, tor t Ut
llrowu and In (Jot onn, front H to 'A) jranln, Il.tX) pr piwo.
AtVl;11 ol"Kl. 12 jTMnla rorClKk Uwitii'awllwlWltatliliHi h..n.
Silka, bfttiua, Stirgtwi, Lawui ami Droos OooiU of ovory (loaoriiitiou
M. Or. BILVA, Proprietor.
Dnily Bulletin 50
HOI lilt $1., Kit ItOBIIII St
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