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FRIDAY, AUG. 17, 1894
Friday, Aug. 17,
Am Mttne John Bmltli, Orolli, from Now
cit!e, mW ...
8tmr W O Hall from Hawaii ami Maul
VnmIi Leaving To-morrow.
8B Australia, Hund'ctte,
for San Fran
ci'co at 12 noon
Stttir 1'clu for Wuline at 12 m
Cargoes from Island Fort.
Btror W 0 Hsll-2113 hsr,s engar, 18 bags
colIVc, 1U2 bK nnu, ifil luiita lililo.-, M
head cattle, 1 vow and calf and CO ptgs
Front Hawaii, per Mmr IwslsM. Aug 10
Cant 8 AliPiorn, wife and 1 ch.t Jrm, 11
Bhultf, still lOtlt-CK.
From Hawaii and Maul, per ilmr W O
Ha I, Aug 17 Col S N'urtls, II llettelinann
ml btl.lc K Ok..t j, J H Johns' n, 0 'J lio-I,
J V SjuMmsoti, Ueo Ho.lr'efc, 1' (J for)lli,
W Stablril, A CiKkhurn.O Hlorcklo. Father
Ionor. Msrjliil Hitchcock, M Kui, 0
HUke, J W Kualmoku, 2 Chit cso and 01
Ths American barkentlne .Jolin Pmltli
Captain UMth, arrived to-day from New
castle. N.b.W., with tool hue received or
der here to pro.ued to Kuliulul to tils
chaige. LOCAL AMD OENERAL NEWS.
William Cunningham's thorough
bred. "Duke," catuo down on liio W.
Owing to bad wcatuor tho W. O.
Hall was unable to bring all tho su
gar from wiutlward.
H. Dertultnauu and brltfo, the lat
ter having been Miss Martin, wore
passengers by the W. U. Ilall.
Captain Parker has won tho polico
meusi, anu is therefore the chain
I'iou of tho polico sharpshooter.
In tho charge against Mr. Ham
mer elsewhere noticed, tho valuo of
the dog alleged to havo been poi
soned is placed at $100. The hear
ing is continued till the 21st Inst.
Mrs. Thirds is declared, by those
who Lave heard her, to be a rery
attractive speaker apart from the
doctrines she expouuus, so that even
those who differ from her an pleased
with her discount.
Exhibitions of the havoa mndo by
the lady bird larvtu on the blight
are to be seen iu tho olllcu nursery
jars of Cotntui'siouer Marsden. The
reeptacles are t coming with the
useful bug's embryos.
The guessing contest in
over. The Dress Pattern was
won by Miss Lena Hruiiu,
who, though the nearest on
her guess, was 3.00 below the
value, while Mrs. Harry Le
wi, who wins the second
prize, was 310 over tho va
lue. Out of the IGS2 people
entering the store dm ing the
week 1GU5J won prjzeH in get
ting out and out bargains:
1GG3 people purchasing goods
out of lu'8 entering the btnrc
is touching high water mark.
The eroods and prices have
done it, and show conclusively
that you know where to git
your money's worth.
This week Embroideries,
Laces, Fedora, Kenl Torchon,
Valencien, Black Spungled
and Beaded Laces in Intent
novelties. Also wo want to
call your special attention to
Ladies' Hibbcd Vest in Cot
ton at 10 cent, Y2h cents, 1"
cents and 25 cents; these
have only to be looked at to
cause you to buy them.
Fine Pure White and Kgyp
tian Lisle at 75 cents. All
wool Ribbed Vests in White
and Natural Colors. Silk
JKibbed Vests and Merino
These goods wo carry in
Low Neck, no sleeve, and
High Neck, sleevsj they
are beauties and now goods.
Wo open a large stock of
Now Gotids brought by the
'Aiwtmlitt," tho last of this
It. K. H11II.K.KS iv i
AWy tUtvrvHm nJOH PHINTINU
iv. J ikt fiulLUm Oft
L. P. Hanson wants
bore railway t!rP.
Mrs. Thirds the theowpfaist will l
lecture in tho Foster hall this evon- I
A shark was seou off Sans Souci ' "' ""?,"' iA S 11. .Z nX
taaruilesa species. j pri(,onment at Uard Ubor and to pay
Clorksln tho Tnx AssoMor'sofOco.'l fine,
havo been engaged during tho pist I Tho CM Thomas W. Rawlins
two weoks oMPsaing property. . V9- Tne Honolulu Soap Works Co.,
, 7 ,, damage, is still on before the follow-
i Ja Campbell says he has got tho Ing jury: S. B. Rose. Win. Mutch, P.
Job of breaking the stone on Greek ' It. Isonberg, H. C. James, Chas. H.
George's head to-morrow night. , Atherton, J. T. Waterhouse, Jr., W.
A shark was seou
Henry Smith, trustee, will toll
certaitt vnluablo lands at tho Judici
ary building at 12 o'clock to-morrow.
Thero were several knock outs in
tho football practico of the Hono
lulu Amateur Athletic Club yester
Thero will bo no baseball gamoto-'
morrow allornoon, and the sport ;
seems to be dead as far tho league
At noon next Wudnosday horses
and California mules will bo sold at
auction by L. J. Levey in Dowseit's
yard, Queen street.
U. Mlzuno, II. Aoltl and Y. Tasa
giuia, three Japanese editors, have
libel suits ponding agaiust them iu
tho District Court.
Anolhor Jnpancso editor was sum
moned yesterday evening on tho
complaint of a fellow-countryman
for libel iu the first degree.
Tho Young Hawniians' Institulo
was organized yesterday evening.
Tho first regular meet lug will bo
held uext week at tho Y. M. O. A.
Tho medals prosotited to Moms.
Wright and Spencer by their ad
mirers are on exhibition in tho cor
ner window of E. O. Hall & Son's
Marshal Ultchcock returned bv
the W. G. Hall to-day, after having
satisfactorily ad I tinted au unsettled
statu of affairs in polico circles in
A horse ridden hy anal Wo slum
bled and fell on Kng street, near
the 2U0 stand, yosterday afternoon.
The rider escaped with a slight in
jury on tho breast.
Tho 2'i0 lb. granitn stones to bo
broken on the breast and head of
Dr. Hatzopulos at tho Opera House
to morrow eveuing, are on exhibi
tion at L. J. Level's auction room.
Tho Empire Saloon has a new
beer. "The Albion." and a new Bab-
cock pump to draw It with, rto
more Hat beer, tho last glass in tho i
keg is Jmt as good as the first. Try
Thn offlcers of H. B. M. S. Cham
iiitin havo iuvited members of Hono
lulu's Four Hundred to a moonlight
boating excursion in the harbor this
evening. The moou will bo iu her
Dr. J. T. Hatzuptilos, or Greek
George, the strong man, will give an
exhibition of his strength nt the
Ooera Hotiso to-morrow evening.
The feats performed by this man nro
soiuuthiug wonderful. The other
tlay a Portuguese broke n stone on
the mail's head at Ktilihi.
K. Amaya, photographer, opposite
Queen Emma hall, has presented
tho Bulletin with excellent group
pictures of the ollicers of tho Jap
aneo warships Nnniwa and Taka
ehiho, also of tho ship Tnkichiho as
she lay iu Ilouolulti harbor. Mr.
Amaya has these photographs for
When a man don't pay for mor
chantliso purchased, he can afford
to sell at less than market value.
1'hern is a mau iu this towu that
yy he don't pay for anything if
ho can help it and that Is tho rea
son ho can afford to sell 17 bars of
soap for $1.25 His name is N.
Tho Government band will give a
concert at the Hawaiian Hotel this
evening, complimentary to passen
gers leaving hy tho S. S. Australia
to-morrow, Tint concert at Makeo
Hand la"t evening was fully appre
ciated, extra cars beimr put ou. Tho
bright moonlight drew out a largo I will not regret it. They will be
number. pleased as it will give them morn
On Tuesday tho lrk Albert is roo r tho new sttHk they are now
expected to sail, and on Wednesday KJ" u ,iu' their advertise
the barkeutiuo k G. Wilder, for San mmi aUfl 8e wllat ;ou wat-F-r"n,t,i8i'.0l
...Z!M' 8?mo m ."TH"? ! Mrs. llilev-"Aro you on callln'
:rr" ." "r IV ""..l,"M inm:V "
the usual SolHIn silicon the table.
Captain McNeill has no cargo for
tho Wilder, mid ho thinks he can
even allow Captain Grillitha the
day's lead aud tuuu heat him.
W. C. Achl tho lawyer has filed
an uxHUinpoit suit for f.'MK) ngaitiMt
Miss Alee K. Ayers, the young lady
who figured in tho recent breach of
prounso suit. It will bo reiueuiberud
Alius AyerH secured jiitlgiuout for
t'JQOO after a hard btruggle. Now
comes Mr. Achl with a claim for
some, of tho money for professional
Thero is no need to urge tho en
couraging of homo manufacture as a
uiiaes of making the (own grow,
when better value is glveu iu the
liomo-tiiatlu article than in tho im
ported one. Common business pru
detico ami self-interest then dictate
where to give your patronage. The
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing
Company has for many j cant given
tho greatest satisfaction to its pa
trons in all kinds of vehicles. Its
specialty advertised in this paper is
iu delivery wagons.
When moving into our present
home 1 found n bottle of Chaudier
Iain's Pain Ualtu left by a former
tenant. On the label I found the
idatoiuciit that it was good for cuts
ami burns. I can testify to the
truth of this. Nothing in all my
experience has found its oiihI for
treating blisters or burns. F, K.
IIaiiiiitt, manager L Sueur Sonti
unl, Le Sueur, Minn, Pain Ualtu is
also a sure euro for rheumatism,
For sale by Beusou, Smith & Co.,
AgauU for the Uawailau Islands.
Featberstone Gets Nine Moatha
The Soap Works Case.
Arthur Featherstone arjoeared in
person to-day. and changed his plea
to ouh of guilty the charge being
W. Hall, Jas. L. Torbert, Geo. H.
Paris, J. M. Tracy, J. A. Lyie and
Geo. P. Castle. C. Brown and
I Kinney for plaintiff; Hartwell and
Hatch for defendant. The plaintill
told nil about soap-making on the
Mr. Castlo for tho Hawaiian
Gazetto Co. crave notico of motion
for a new trial on the rerdictof 4500
damages for libel in favor of J. E.
Mnkai Everett, widow, and Alice
Everott, daughter of Edward Ever
ett, deceased testate, petition for thn
appointment of Alfred W. Carter as
trusteo of tho estate, in place of
Henry Smith, resigned.
On tho execution against Samuel
N'orris on judgment in favor of
Emily do Ho r hi ay, thn Deputy Mar
shal, A. M. Brown, makes return that
tho execution was stayed Dec. 12,
1802, and nothing further having
been done ho returns the instrument.
Results of the Examinations by the
Below is the correct list of the
successful candidates, with their
percentage of marks, at the examin
ations held iu August by A. T.
Atkiuson, Inspector-General of
Ithoda Green, 02 1-0.
Mattel Abbott, 02.
P. V. Abbott, 00.
Julia Perry, 87.
TWO TEA AS.
Mary Parker. 81.
A. St. Chad l'iianala, 81.
Geo. Kanikau, 80.
Simon Aiu, 78.
May Giles, 70.
Win. E. Saffery, 70.
Louis Medeiros, 78.
D. K. Kuuohewa, 70.
V. Urightwell, 70.
Alex. II ih Is, 70.
Thos. Bartow, 75.
Paradise of the Pacific.
This month's Issue of thn Paradise
of tho Pacific shows continued im
provemout under tho now hands at
tho bellows. It has beautiful fresh
illustrations of scenery in a brownish
tint, while tho letterpress is in
green. Robert Itycroft'a genial
countenance is shown in tho midst
of his coffee trees. J. W. Girvln's
prize story is decorated with thn
author's portrait Inspector-Goneral
of Schools Atkinson contributes an
original poem. Tho numbor is pack
ed with Information about tho agri
cultural resources and tho attractive
scenory of these islands. Messrs.
lloogs and Clay, by keepiug up
i their stroke, will perform invalu
able service to Hawaii with tuts
The public baud, under tho leader
ship of Prof. Burger, will give a con
cert this evening at 7:30 o'clock, at
the Hawaiian Hotel. Following is
Mnrrh Liberty Doll Boms
Overture tjcnilrarulda. ita!ut
H'mle ItiKuMte Wrdl
tcloctlon lloliumlati Girl lists
Mftmli KswslUn HotW Heieer
Wultt-llio ParsillMtuf the 1'so tlu
Polka Kiiusnu Valley li.rftr
t-uuuttU' lio l'rttty Women of Honolulu
Life is short. So is money just
now. But if you wish to spend
your life in comfort and spare your
capital, just step rouud to Hopp &
Co, on King street, autl invest in
mine of their finii furniture. Ynn
torms wid our neighburr Mrs.
Murphy "Av course I am. She
called me a tbafo and I called her
Made in Honolulu ! Outlast the
Cheap Imported Articles !
J3r Tli" RC!)t Workmunship and the Bent Mntcrial
aiv olitniiiod nt thu
Hawaiian Carriage I'l'g Co.,
THK PALI XOBBKRY.
Additional Story Trial Bet for the
The trial of W. H. Coulter for
robbing a Chinaman has been set
for August 20th. Additional evi
dence has been secured agaiust the
man and it is probable he will be
held to answer other charges.
Arthur Fitzgerald was brought to
the Police Station by Detective Lar
sen at one o'clock this afternoon,
where he is now. Ho is held for in
vestigation. It is believed that
Fitzgerald was implicated in the
Pali robbery, for which Coulter has
been arrested. Fitzgerald was about
town yesterday telling about Coul
ter and his past history. He is re
ported to have said that Coulter
was employed as cook on H. B. M.
S. Champion for two weeks, whon he
was fired for incompetency.
The Chinaman who was robbed is
in the Queen's Hospital and will be
able to attend trial on Monday.
Mrs. Xahal'a Funtral.
Tho funeral of the late Mrs. Ma
lie Kahai took place from the Pawaa
residnnco of J. A. Cummins at 3:40
o'clock yesterday afternoon. The
services both at the house and grave
were conducted by Rev. II. H.
Parker. Tho Kawalahao Church
choir sang tho hymns. Preceded by
thn Hawaiian National band the
funeral cortege marched tothoNuu
anu Cemetery, whore tho interment
took place. The pall bearers wero
J. E. Bush, J. Nawahi, J. L. Katilu
kou, It. Hoapili, C. Mahoe, S. Now-
lein, a. K. Kane aud J. Kaan. 1 here
was a largo attendance of friends
and sympathizers with thn bereaved.
Members of the family wish to ren
der tboir heartfelt thanks to tho
many friends who so kindly assisted
at the obsequies, aud also to those
who contributed flowers and wreaths.
Tong Sang and Ab Pang, the two
Chinese fish venders who, as report
ed in this paper, wero arrested on
August 4 for selling fish under four
I tic lies iu length, were tried in the
District Court to-day. Captain An
drews testified that the fib, which
nere small mullet, wore three and a
half inchos long, but as ho was tho
only one who had measured them
the evldouce was considered insuffi
cient. Tho men wero discharged.
15 Hen to Bore R, R, Tiesl
' Apply to
U P. IIANPON,
JOHN T. BROWN,
Dealer In llawsllsn and Foreign Potagc
Stamps. 1'. O. Box 111, Honolulu.
Hlffticit prices given for Pmwd nnd IVed
Itswallsn Stamps In sxrhsnsn for otter
countries from llmt-ulsiD approval nlieet
Hlieeli forvsr.lrd to any partef tlm Jilandt
en application with toon reference.
J 1. It U open to meet an) collectors hy
appointment. llii hm
NO POMP NEEDED!
Sotns (Sloes are irretillne thnm
set .en on new beer pump. Noiucli
tiling Is needed at tint
1 lie brer goes so quickly.
' You can buy pump there. -
r lartaaaa "iraiaarw'
rKt KfHONKM tl
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Corner Queen A Nnusnu 8u.
70 Queen 8trot.
Rich Red Blood
Results from taking Hood'
If r. Chas. Walker
Of Sin rrsncUoo.
Tor seteral rears I havo been troubled with
btotclics snd pimples on taj faco and body,
which wero tery minojrlng. I ttlcd scrcrnl tire-
serlptlons ana l,o outer BcJldnctuiic,
nOUU S P"l UUluS
partlU AA n.l .A.m tA ti.n.nt m. t.atf.ll . f.l.n
adrlvil wp t j try Hood's Sarsaparlua. I was
determined to cite It
A Thorough Trial.
After mlng two bottle, my kb returned to Its
natural state. 1 still uso It. ni It ntrri ms
piii iipii i, I ih.i. biii:ii if i'vii' r iiv.iiiu .
Intiiv IK.-, n:i 1 1 onolt to t.iklni tin h Knnv
pirlllV tiiA. W.m ttr.it. wiilt fattlll Mis.
Co., 4S t:tclitli Street, Kan rraiicltco.
Hood'o Plllo or the best nttcMllnnw
tills, aailst illsetUoQ, euro bcadachs. J 5a. I
HOIUION, NEWMAN A CO., .
Asents for Hswatlsn ttlsndt.
J. J. EQ&XT
614 Fort Street
August 16, ISty.
My Clearance Salt wi a
miccc. It did jnHt what I
intoinhd, viz : ul ared my
shelves and jjfiive tne room t
diHpltiv ni, New (inodtj. They
are till open and ready for in
hpec'ion. I hIwII only men
tion a few leaders to-day and
I want to head the li-1 with
We havo all the ttandard
brands and in the latest
ehadts. We also rectived a
large assurtment of
Silk Gloves end Mitis,
Fane; Braids. i
Thousands of yards of tin
above goods at reasonable ,
"NTftlV Wn lifivn tnmif iminrl I
something that catches your!
miiiiuiiiiug iiiiii, caicnes your
eye; these Corstts are the
latest thing out eay, com-
fortable, perfect fit, prettily
finished, and what more
llfilifl I i.nv
need I t-ay.
These goods arc tho finest
that ever graced my store,
their equal cannot be found
I'MIN AND DOTTED
Swiss Dress Goods
WUITK AND UOLOKKl)
Dimities, Storm Serges
A word all the above
goods arc absolutely new, aud
as tho real cntato man said,
''If you want to get in on the
ground floor, now is your
For biihiness only,
.F. J. KGAN.
AnoitDON 8K1TKK I'll I',
KmniitlH 'lil. from Nti.
iltl foilhtreoi j ittT.lay, Auk.
15th. Kinder will nlem o rv-
t'irii tho ill ik tu W, II. HlXXln huh uvtivc
s rewinl llll St
f ANMT.I. Ili:i8 Wll.l, ACT KOU MK
il ittnlur full Hiwrr til tiltortiy iluriiic
tny alueiii't! Irimi thu IilnniN
J A, Jl KS U. IJl'l.NN.
Honolulu, Auk 1", lfc"l.
AM, eUlIDllOIIS OK M AIKU'S It.
('ullitirn nic it''ully n-iMetci to lie
lirrhetit ul tli l liutiil.fr o! t'liiiimmrc
ICoiiiiih, niiHAIUUDAY.AliK llh ut ll'OI
ll'l'llMlk . M, IllUlllfH of liril I'llllllMll llll.
MHtmn'H, J'hlt OltllKU,
AlUIHl II) ISt llll-'.'l
nAIUlUK "SI'.NTA." t'.MTAIN TIK
iiiHiiii, (rum l,lvirMMil. ,S'i ii'r tln
t'MlNlll HUT tllK tlllllelHiUIIKil. rilllKIICIK
til the sli ihiiu'I vciocl, will liu ri"xm.
ullilr luf Mity iltlit tlul urn) ho cutitrsrtt'il
TIIKO II. DAVIK8 CO., I.'o
Uuawlola, Au. U, UUl. IICw-St
r. L .
Adeline Black Stockings !
1ST. S. "S
a MO ort Str -
The Adeline Black Stockings
are certainly THK DEBT. They sr very K'sjtlc, Fhst Black and are
absolutely BUInlcsi. We have them fur
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
In all Bites snd Qualities, In Plain Cotton, In Lisle
Thread, In Open Work ami Dme dtlteh. . . .
1.911 Tfir AllPllllP
' WK AL80
HKRMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranto Fait Black, for Udlei
French and Scotch Ginghams (new).. .10c, 20c. and 25c.
Victoria Lawns (new), 10 yds for 75c.
White Dress Goods (now). .10., 15c, 20c, 2oc, .'JOc, 35c
White and Colored Dimities (new) 20c. and 25c
Flannelletts, all colots, (new) 10 yds for $1.00
The old maxipi-"There
the sun" knocked out. ' Call
Who is now settle.L in Benson, Smith & Co.'s
Old Stund, Fort street.
KwongSingLoy! SING LOY,
07 Clii St.. "Titan Block."
IqIDoI Tele, m P. 0. B01 207.slDtUl Telt. 686 P 0 Sol Ul.
Ohiuowj, JapauoSU and lll,,ii. (io.lH!
Indian Silks, Laces and Linen,
.lapanesie Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Milb IIiinrllrKr.l.;..Pu CI I., I O ..
Silk Uandkcrchiefs. Shawls mid South.
A Comiilote TAILORING RSTAlU.rmiXfMvr
with Competent Cutters aud a complete line of KitlMh and
Amorien Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OAbHMKKKH, LINKNb, L,AWNb. MtlHI.I.Nb
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats
SOMETHING NKW JUST OUT
Trunks, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, rUu.. lit. .
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Temple of Fashion
Bie ICort Street.
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Uraa iawrtasnt of Ullss' and Chlldran's Bboaa.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
Large liue of Woolens at 2fw. FlauimlettHs, 10 yard for tl.(R)
Brown and Whltw Cottons, from H to 'A) yards, f 1.00 wr pltHti.
um0B o " ff uiguu". M yl fr $1.0). GontH'ttiul Ladies' Hathintr Him.
.Silks, Satins, Serges, Lawns and Dress Ootids of every desuription
g. G. 6ILVA, Proprietor.
411 MUUANU STUKK1.
Dry, Fancy and White Dress Goods !
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc, Eto.
hi) lt stiil Kit (lnsrsiiti'iil, I'rloiiii Mtnrrsti,
tsr :u.taal Telephone C48 -t
- - --'- I " t a . ... . 1 IWHBBSWI
Daily l.ullotiti 50 Ctntn juir iVIouUi,
Just to Hand
KlaP.lr SfnO.lrinnC I
In all Hires which we are selllna
is nothing u- under
ami be convinced.
41-03 Hot Si., out liuBitii U
Grafls Cloth, Itattan Chairs, Etc., Kti.