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THE PALI BOAD BOBBXBT.
THKT AOBEED FOB PEACE
THURSDAY, AUG. 10, 1894
W. H. Hoogs oITors a reward
the return of n lost dog.
Man Arrested on Suspicion of Hav
ing Been In It.
Chinese and Japanese Represonta
tives Instruct Their People.
filmr Iwalnnl from Knnril
Cargoes from Island Ports
Stinr Iwalanl 3TS3 hags gtiRflr.
The Mannerchor bold Its usual
meeting last night above tho Pacific,
corner of Kiug and Nuuanu streets.
Rehearsal of various part songs
under tho ablo leadership of Pro
fessor Yarudloy was had. and thi-n
business was tho order of tho daj
or evening rather. The main feature
after the election of new blood was
the consideration of a piunlu to bo
held on Suudsy next. Arrange
tnents announced wero satisfactory
to all tho members present and a
very pleasant titno is anticipated.
The picnio will take place at Wai
alae, beyond Diamond Head. After
business a pleasant social time was
had by tho members and friends,
and various solos and choruses wero
sung to the great pleasure of those
present. A concert will be giveu by
the elub iu the near future.
Accident to a Girl.
Alius Amy Roo met with an acci
dent on Mount Tautalus yesterday
afternoon. Amy with other girls
had boon romping among the moun
tains and were on their way home.
Coming dowu tho embankmonts on
tho Punchbowl slopes the girl foil,
breaking her right arm Iratween the
wrist and tho elbow. Itwastbreo
hours before ho reached home. Dr
Cooper was tent for aud he ret the
arm. Last night tho pa'.ient r-uQVrcd
severely, but to-day she is resting
N. Broham says that a Chinese
artist palutinir a sitrn on tho sido of
the Honolulu Soap Huute fell off
tho ladder, but his life was saved by
his dropping In a tiu of soft soap
awaiting shipment. Out of grati
tudo for his escape tho artist went
inside and bought 17 bars of hard
soap for fl. '2T.
O. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, eau fur
nlsh best factory references. Order
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
cWa prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to h the same as done
About 4 o'clock yesterday after- Evor since the arrival of the S. S.
k . i i! i-i d .... ;noon n man named w. a. uouuer Australia nr ngiug oan rrancisco
A party of Indies loft on Sm th's ' "... i. -. .i. tu c.t I ,.. i.il...? ...... :,..i ..
- c. t in. . UlUIIUUk IU 111U lUllinuwiiuui ujurio tuumiuniH onuroiiuuoi o
iiiiBDiia anr niia iiiim w i a r vninr in .. . . . i - - m -
..V;rA;. B nnd looked up. Ho is suspectod to
spend tho day. ( hftV0 hQQn onBf tho mon who he,d
Greek Georco rvlii-nrced with a up and robbed a Chinaman on the
1200 pound horse si-osawing across la,i rou Tuesday afternoon. Soul
ier was seen warning iuiybiub iu
Pali that afternoon, and ho will be
held until tho Chinaman comes to
town to identify him if he Is the
Coultor is the man with whom
Lieutenant Holi had trouble some
time ago. A man was posted up as
a deserter from H. B. M. S. Cham
pion, and the officer suspecting
Coulter, arrested him. Coulter le
sisted and Holi drew a pistol. At
the Station tho description did not
tnllv and Coultor was released. Ho
has been living at Kakaako since,
and has not !een known to have
any work. Tho pollen suspect bim
of having committed other rob
beries. The Chinaman who wo assaulted
was brought to town at 10 o'clock
this morning. Ho was driven from
Kaneohe to the Pali, where the
polico wagon was wailing for him.
When seen at tho Police Station he
presented a pitiful sight. His head,
face and bauds wero covered with
clotted blood and dirt. Tho China
mau had evidently not taken the
trouble to wash himself, probably
wanting to preservo all marks possi-
Lift ttm ..-.trliiiirt.i Wi tttft jvnrrtnrt
At tho adjourned meeting of M. i ,,, i, .-., -n,n . naii nn
, . 1 . ii s. I ""Ml "i.avu u m .. r
it. uoiimruH creiiiors us alter- Btrotcher. His name was ascertained
uoon It was decided to call a special to bo Kum Toon a aborer on a rice
meotiug for Saturday at 1:.R) p. in. ,,iatltntlon nl Koolan.
Kvery creditor of Mr. Colburn is Coulter is suspected of having
urged to bo present. committed a serfos of robberies in
town during tho past few weeks.
Dotectlvo Larson and his ablo assist
ants have located a "nest" in an old
boiler near tho Pacific Mail wharf,
whero Coulter has been sleeping at
times. Several odd pioces of jewelry,
including au old silver watch with
tho initials "0. M. C." ongravod on
the cover, were found In the boiler.
On tho insido of tho watch was a
likeness of C. M. Cooke's mother.
Tho watch was therefore easily
identified as tho property of Mr.
Cooke. Three stiver label for wino
bottles wero also found. The-o
labfls beloug to lino brands used on
warships ami by wealthy connois
seurs, probably came from someone's
pantry. Larson, Kekona and Puni
went to (Jouitor s longings at Kails,
his abdomen jestorday.
Tho Pantheon claims it does not
need a pumpa for its beer. It goes
fast enough without one.
Somo of tho clothing stores are
reported to have dono a good busi
ness sinco Saturday night at a Wai
klkl bath house.
u. . Minister tins is homing a
reception at Sins Souci this after
noon. The Quintet club is furnish
ing music for tho occasion.
James C. Qninn lias placed his af
fairs in tho hands of Manuel Iteis
under full powor of attorney during
his absence trom tuo islands.
M. S. Levy quotes prices for sev
eral liuns of dress goods arrived by
tho Australia aud now opoued out at
his now stand on Fort street. Every
thing is now.
Tho Empiro Saloon has a new
boer, "Tho Albion," and a now Bab
cock pump to draw it nilh. Nn
more flat beer, tho last glass in tho
keg is just as good as tho first. Try
limn creditors (Ids after-
ports of war between China aud
Japan, tho citizens of theso coun
tries have been on tho qui vivo of
excitement, which has been further
aroused by a meotlng of Japanese
held on Monday evening. This fool
ing has boon so intenso that Mr.
Fuji, Consul Genoral for Japan, has
issued an order that all citizens of
Japan who are resident iu tho Ha
waiian Islands, keep the peace and
not conflict with citizens of China.
All public demonstration is pro
hibited, as nothing official has been
received from the home governments
China or Japan that war had
really been declared.
Mr. Fuji called on Mr. Goo Kim.
Chineso Commercial Agent, and
after an interview the latter decided
to issue a similar order. Posters
wero sent out this morning advising
Chineso to keep quiet. No ouo is
allowed to discuss tho China Japan
Xventa This Evening.
Practice of tho football teams of
tho Honolulu Amateur Athletic club
at 5 o'clock.
Practico of tho Honolulu Cricket
Club at 5 o'clock.
Concert by the government band
at Makeo Island at 7:150 o'clock.
Meeting of the Society of Young
Hawaiians at tho Y. M. C. A. hall at
Meeting of Hawaiian Lodge No.
21, F. Si. A. M.,at the Masonic Tem
ple. Hotel aud Alakea streets, at 7:30
Adeline Black Stockings !
New Shipment Just to Hand
3NT. S. SACKS'
quo rori Strnitt, Honolulu
Tho guessing contest in
over. The Dress Pattern was
won by Miss I ena lining,
who, though the nearest on
her guess, was tt.00 below tho
value, while Mrs. Hurry Le
wie, who wins tho second
prize, was 5110 over tho va
lue. Out of the 1082 people
entering tho storo dining the
week lCUil won prizen in get
ting out and out bargains:
1563 people purchasing goods
out of 1GS2 entering the store
is touching high water mark.
Tho goods and prices have
dono it, and show conclusively
that you know where to g t
your money's worth.
This week Embroideries,
Luces, Fedora, Real Torchon,
Valcncien, Ulack Spangled
and Beaded Laces iu latest
novelties. Also wo want to
call your special attention to
Ladies' Iibbed Vest in Cot
ton at 10 cent', 12A cents, lo
cents und 25 cents; these
have only to be looked at to
cause you to buy thorn.
Fine Pure White and Egyp
tian Lisle at 75 cents. All
wool Ribbed Vests iu Whito
and Natural Colors, Silk
Ribbed Vests and Merino
H. E. Walker, tho local "Clovo-'
laud" agetit, is doiug n rushing busi
ness in "Clevclands." Ho has sold
all tho machines he had on hand,
beidos getting soveral orders. '
"There is nothing liko n Clovelaud."
Tho Quintet club sang dirges at
tho Cummins residence, over tho
dead body of Mrs Mario Kalial,
from 0 to 11 o clock this morning.
Tho residence was crowded with I
mourners. Tho funeral took place !
at 1 o'clock this aftertioou.
Chief Clerk Hasxiuger of thn In
terior Dili co auctioned off at noon a
tract of Government land in Kiilau
and Ptiualnea, Hilo, containing an
area of 10.H7 acres. The tttiMjt nricu i
Was $2 II) So, ailll COSt Of SlirVOvillg I ..l. .tiln t thn IUtri.7ln Tttfln Amcv
M2. K. Low got tho land for $'2.Ai. citloti'a butts, and brought up all
his clothos. On a vost were two
svmoiAMY jotsiho Egyptian "'' w,th tho nme
I William Coulter engraved on them.
Proceedings at Circuit Term-Onxetto Ho had won them iu tho Egyptian
Llbol Caso. war Two "" "uUs c'otue ntl
a iivo-uonar uai wero amoug ois
In tho Circuit Court to-day Apt, belongings. A box of UO-calibro
found guilty of malicious injury by cartridges was also found,
n foreign jury, was sentenced to four Coulter will appear for trial iu
mouths' imprisonment at hard labor. I the District Court to-morrow,
L. Ablo vs. Tal Lung, assumpsit, i ' -Verdict
was rendered for jWondaut. i SITUATION WANTED
0. W. Ashford for plalullIT; P. M.
Hatch for defendant. . iv A POhTVOOKSK MAN VW
J. L. Gomes vs. Hawaiian Gazette I Jj iKtsKiigltli; will work In ptoie or
Co.. trespass on tho caso. Jury ro- wiiiqno, aiiwm iwr urive uoisei, orun
Ur. 27. . Churchill
ML Vernon, Wash.
An Honest Mediclno
RasntnatUm Cured Health Unlit tTp.
Mr. DmrcLltl. formerly of Churchill & Taylor, ,
turTi)oM nri'l rlll rnslncrn. Mt Vernon,
Wnliln;ion. writes i "Kutitliem California i
WMniyliomofnrrmnyycirs. When I earns .
be re 1 began to to anllcled all ot er wllu I
And alto palni In mj b.vk nnd a renerat feettni '
of beiiig meil up. Mr lialncM tuke mo nut la
Uinelemeiiit all itio lime, ami 1 (oiiml my
self until for nurk. i:raltnK en mlrcrtHe-
mmt of Hood's swapitlllJ, ntid lenrnlnj
sHotntl the meiliclimuM cnmnoumled In
mronnntitenf Mmniliuutti. I conelitrleil .
tlihmiy lienn hanrtt medlrlnr. I took
It and am to much Improved that I am out
Hood's se Cures I
In all weather snd traul all Jay lth no
(alibis nnd tired Icellng. To any ona that
feel, bad nil over I My take lino ri KiMina
tllla. Itliacnrcdme." ll.ll.CiifncuiLr. ,
HOOD'B Pills cure Lire Ills. Jaundice,
tUUoutucia. Blc UeaUachs and CooiUnaUaa.
HODRON. NKWMAN A CO.,
A tent a tor llawallan Ilsnd.
The Adeline Black Stockings
are certainly THK 11K8T. They ar very E astir, Kant Black and sr
absolutely HUltifcs We lutvn thftii (or
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
tn all Blzes and Q'ulltlos, In I'laln Cotton, In
Thread, In Open Work and Dniu htlU'h .
Call for Adeline Black Stockings 1
WR ALSO HAVB THE
HKRMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranted Fait Black, for La.llei In all Bites which we are selllna
HV) Ihtten I'alr.
J. J. EGAXT
614 Fort Street
Augutl 15, ISDf. '
My Clcnmncc Sale was a
HiicccriH. It did just what I
intended, viz : cl ored my
hIioIvcs and guvc mo room to
dirtpluy my New Goods. They
are all open and ready for in
Hectton. 1 shall only men
tion a few leaders to-day and
want to head the Hot with
Don't Be Handicapped
Rid the Best !
tlreit at '1 -IS oV-lo.-k tl.ls afternoon. I S'AB.' R.00. J ,?rT...K.,.ut
......II... r.in .1........... ..... ... I .-.'"'..' " '" -I
turni'il. C!. W. Ashford (or laiutiU"; i
W. It. Castle for defunilanl.
T. W. Kanliiis vs. Honolulu Soap '
Works Co., damages $10,000. Caso
Six tax appoal cnios from thn D!s
trii't Court liavo been lllod with llio
clerk of tho Suproino Court.
ilutlfnt Ileury B. Cooper rendered
a (h'dbioii this nftoruooti In tho mat
ter of Caspar Sylva vs. Kalol ot nl.,
'jectnii'iit. Jury hud ln-eu waived
iu this iMS. The caso was owr cer
tain property nhieh plaititilTelaiiu
t'd in heir through relation of wife
with defendants. Judgment was
entered for plaint iff for tho interest
covered lay tho deed of Lealcn and
other, ilartwell and Jtosn for
plaintiff; V. 11. Castle for defoud-ants.
We have all the htandurd
brands and in the latest
shades. Wo also received a
largo assortment of
Silk doles and Mitts,
Thousands of yurds of tin
ubovo goods at reasonable
Now we havo mentioned
Cnllmni a- io!nliy reiiiie-ted to lie I omiiorliiiHr imt oiitolu.H vnnr
nt ut thn i imiiiiier of foiniiiarc noiiiLimii unit i.uiLiieH your
I.IKK A I
Arrived per "Australia."
French and Scotch Ginghams (new).. .10c, 20c and 25c.
Victoria Lawns (new), 10 yds for 75c.
White Dress Goods (new). .10., 15e., 20c, 25c, 0c., 35c
White and Colored Dimities (new) 2e. and 25c
FlannellcttH, all colors, (new) 10 yds for $1.00
THKKK IS NOTHING
A Duly at the
fort aire.t, ur at
MANtir.t. KKIM WIM. ACT F0H MK
miller full Htwer of Mitorney ilurlng
my nbioure from I lie I-lnndH,
JAMKd C. QU1NN.
Honolulu, Auk 1'i 'Hil. llll-'.V
A I.I. (HIRIHWHH OF MAIUM'S II.
NOTIIINO (JUlTi: SO OOOIt.
H. E WALKKR.
The old majcim "There is nothing new under
the tinM- ktioukuil out. Call and be convinced.
M. S. LEVY,
Who is now settled in JIkiiwiii, Smith & Co.'s
Old Stand, Foil street.
Aril. Honolulu H 1
a. n HA'I UltliAY. AUK. I8th. at !:'
oVIix'k l'. h. llunlupita ot nrv emliMit liu-
NO PUMP NEEDED!
Higb Neck, sleeves; they
are beauties and new goods.
Wo open a largo stock of
New Goods brought by the
'Australia," the last of this
H. V WIN Kf v r. t
A month M, from No
l' Koil Mm. )ter'My, Auk
l3th. Kinder hIII ulcais ri'
turu lbs Jok to W. II. tlOOOS aud rvorlvti
.Jr. u Ta
Tho Wboel, Bfudals and Winners
Bticent Bicycle Kvunts.
Tho ItamhliT with which tho Uif-1
foront bii'jclo orouta worn won on
Saturday, August 11th, has henn
placod on oxhiliition, with tho mod-:
iila wou I ty Henry Giles, chainniou
of tho IlHwniian Iblamln, N. JIul i
atcad, l'riui'H Cupiil and Ooro Xara
yama. I'liottfs or tho wiiiuora aro
aUo I'xhihitoil, with tho trainers of
GiIuh. In a PoiinpicuouH tilaco is a,
tin modal won liy John T. Wright
ou Auiiht Tith at Kaplolaui L'ark, !
anil aUo ouo wou by Jauios Sponcer.
Both nn'ilaU aro eiiitnlily iiiM-rihod. '
Tho rai'i, which wni a qtiarloMiiilo i
lah, was wou by Air. Wright. I
sponcer being nuuh n closo focond a '
leather mednl whh awarded him by j
lux Admireri. J ho ttuio mauo wai
1.08 ami 11).") renpi'ntivoly. '
WATKIi: WATKH!! '
I'be Bupply in Nuuanu for Honolulu
Tho Nuuanu wator etipply stamls !
as follows to tlayi iu HoMirvoir No. '
1 thero is nix inelies of wnlor; iu No. I
2 thuto is twelvo iiiehes; iu No. I),
ihreofeet. Thero has boon but lit
lie ruin in tho valley. Wlnlo tho
wator nupply in nlowly deereasiuj,'
riiHidoulH nn tho slopea of I'mieh
bowl aro wonileritiK why tho Super-'
intendoiit of Water Wiirlix iIooh not
wako up and Htaliou au engiuo nt
Thotiiai Sipiaro ami pump a few
drops of wator into their pipes, I
uhieh havo been dry for tho tiiiht
two weeliH, Tho cry on tho hill in,
When uioviuK into our prumtut
homo 1 found a bottle of Chamber
laiu'ri I'aiu Ihlm loft by a former
tenant. On tho label I found tho
ntatoinont that il wan tfood (or eutH
nnd burns. I can testify to tho
truth of thk Nothing iu all my
exporieiico ban found it h eipial for
treating blislerrt or burnt. I K.
lUmicrr. iiiauauor LoSuoiir Smiti
uel, UoKueiir, Mlnu. I'nin lluliii in
nho a suro euro for rheuinatiriiu.
l'"or salo by Hoimon, Smith K Co,
Awiita for IIih iiswslUii UUnda,
Boms aaioo-a aro apreiillnff them
pl en en new ber iiUiLp-. Soauuh
thlnK la uetded at tlio
Tho beer goen ao ijulckly.
Yon can buy niiinntbers.
far Barkvons " trasuar '
eyo; theso C)rst'ts aro the
latest thing out ea-y, com-
j fortable, perfect fit prettily
I finished, ond what more
i . . '
need 1 cay.
These goods are tho
tliat ever graced rny
their equal cannot be
I'MIN AND DOTTKI)
Swiss Dress Goods
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyster Cocktails I
Bauor Drunnnn !
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Ol All Kindt ami llet (Junior.
tonthwait fernrr King & Huna-in Eta.
Kwong Sing Loy f SING LOY,
i07 IQ SI.. "TbotBll Block.'
J1 -88 Hut St., otr ItuBitti IL
WHITE ANO COLOKEI)
BAIIQIIK "8ESTA" CAITAlN TIE
iiiaiin, (mm l.lverHMl, Neither the
Caiiialn nor tli iinilerxluui'il, conrlnnci
o'ilieab.vu iminc"! Tenrul. will I riMixni.
lble for any tlulut that may Im i-oiilrHitril I
Tlli:0 II. IIAVIKH A CO., I.'i. '
Hoiiololii, Ante II. IM'I. no -.It I
Partner Wntod In OU Voueorlnp;
Work U order. Would like to gel s
I'artner In the l)cileK, to lurnlt.li mi
ohlnery ami, If itlralilu, learn tho biml
oeaa. Haye water power. Bauiieaif the
work can tie wen at the tlULl.aTlh I (Hire
irm In, WII.IMM MAN'.KN
Mntnai tti 339 p. 0. Box 207. jMatoil Tele. 685 p. o Hoi loi.
OhiiiOMu, .lapauomj and IikIuu (it..,h!
Indian Silks, Laces and Liueith,
litpauese Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Seurt.
Grass Cloth, Iiuttan Chaim, Etc., Bt.
I3A Complete TAILOUIXG EST.VBLISHMKNT
with CompeUmt Cutters und a complete line of Kuirin nn.1
Amerieai) Suitingw. Perfect fit guaranteed.
$m- m.KI'HONKP IVI
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
turner Queen & Nuuaim Bl.
A word all the above
goods are absolutely new, ami
as the real ewtatu man said,
"If you want to get in on the
ground floor, now is your
For business only,
Woodworker Wanted i
Maatbe Klrat CUm
BawidUa Oirrlags MansJiohittng Oo.
110) 3t No. 7o Queen Street.
J'HttKK Nlt'BI.Y KlUt
ntahed lUtoma at No.
I Oanlen Une. WM-tf
il Uooii lor iui;le Ken
tleuiau llllKlfil cm llere
tanla atreul, IS minutes'
wak. from IW lllllru
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats I
LvTL - 1.
l WAIKIK1 ON THK
tuarters fur cue or two Hill
tt Uentleineii. txmril oi-
tlunal; hathlu,! faelliti'H kihmI
llitt-tt Itlll.l.KTIN OKKIDR,
SOMETHING NfcW JUST
Trunkh, Valises, Willow Ware,
. Table Cloths, OilCmth, Kt.s., Kis..
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Temple of Fashion
Bl B?ort Street
4g Ladies' Underwear, Boys Clothing,
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
ArtK YOUR OKOCElt POIt
rr This Brand will iltdyv be (ootid RblUblt ma Good Vtlu. - l
Fine House and Lot
'HUE UNDKHSIONKI) OKKKIIH KOK
JL sale that Kuie tlomesteuil on the
I maiikn able ot Hen Inula treet, lii feet
I cant of 1'eiihticoitt htiet. 1 lie Lot Iihh h
trout of loot. I'tBinl atl.ptliof lUltet. A
OikhI Dwelling House In homI reimlr; eon.
Ulna 1'urlor, DIlililir-riHUu Klteiien, l'm.
try, lletl room, littili 'ml Water t;ioa ami
Miollieeon the Inner lliHir 'tb Four (ioixl
lleilrooiiih mi net oml Moor There in a Bub
itantlal llurn, oii'alnini: TwobtnllH room
for tuo carriagea. Wood Hlieit ami Her
Tallin' Koom, a HerTautii' W (). ami Two
'JcmmI IVi-b-imiIb Knrilier Mrlli'ilari nt
v j(. iinaio. ... i.
I "THE WORLD DO MOVE"
I Ami ln iloi'N 1 1m MeaMin).er f" vl 0lli)
I liuve mouii'eil tli-lr M. M'ii;i'r on
t'olumblii III iilun,
WW They nlll ill II nr I'iI'iih"" inn to
frllhl Ui'lulill or Minoniif ii ker limn I
by liny o ber inrllioil mul iihU'Ii I'hejper '
"BO.N'T UU A OLAM!"
Have lime ami moiiiy hv ulli: the Me
r-enner r. rviee,
L. M. JOHNSON, : : ManoKor.
MstfJ IBS TBLUfHOSC UD IStt
Urs Isurtasnt ol Udlss' tad Cuildrsn's Shossv
Large Line of Summer Good !
Lar line of Woolmis at 25o. Ftanu.littMa, It) yanl for f UU
Brown and White Cottons, from 8 to 'M yards, f 1.00 it.r uiuch.
AnionkRaif UiiiKbauis, VZ yards for 11.00. GHtits' and LailU' Bathmtr uu
silks, ShIius, Serges, Lavns and Dr Goods of every dewiriptioii
Ml. CI-. 8ILVA, Proprietor.
111 VUUANU STttKKi.
Dry, Fancy and White Dress Goods !
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc, Etc
I X-l IC S 'citAh
OH INJIH HI
UtT t)lii ami Ut tluarttiitvdil I'rleee Moilrrale.
s- lIiAt-aal Telei3liott.Q
Ouily Hullotiu r0 Ooutn jmr tVlouth,