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TUESDAY, AUG. 21, 1894.
Tuesday, Aug. 21.
Bk Albert, nrlMths, (or San Francisco at
Btrar W Q Hall (or Maul and Hawaii at 10
Bttnr Clandlne (or ports on Manl at 5 p m
Btmr Mlkabala for Kaaal at 6 p m
Btmi Mokolll (or Molokal and Lanal
Vessels tearing Xo-morrow.
Am bktne BO Wilder, McNeil, (or San
Francisco at 12 in
For Ban Francisco, tier bk Albert, Aug
21-A B A Grady, U U Xllleman.
For Kauai, per stmr Mlkabala. Ang 21
MUsGrau, AM Sproitll, P McDonald, J
M Bright, Mr Howell, Miss F Johnson,
Mrs Thomas, Miss Juliet Smith. W E
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr W O
Hall, Aug 21-MIos Illake, T 0 Fursytb,
MUs Lampman. J M Monsarrat, Wm Ka
roana, 8 H Akl, U K. Wilder. John A
Moore, A B Clcghorn, Miss Marie Von
Holt, J II McStock-r. J F Morgan, l)r
Mnrtley, J W Kuauntoku, and 00 deck.
For Maul,tr stmr Olaudlne, Ang 21
President Dole, JmJitiM, Allirrt Jitild, U
H Judd, N Thompson, Miss Allco Thomp
son, Mrs Captain Cameron, Mrs Kenake,
Key O M Hyde. J W Bertstr.nn. I, Von
Tetnpsky, 0 A Hellerman, J II Weston,
say, B Apl
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'. AIFA UVlftUII il u
V Alan, Nalapiakal
The bark Velocity began discharging to
day. Shu brought a pretty big cargo from
Hongkong this trip,
The American burk Albert. Cantatn Grlf.
fltlis, sailed atlOn'rlock this morning for
Ban Francisco with the following rargot
Mil bags sugar. 11. llackfeld V Co.; 2.-01
bags do. and IU0 bags rice. M. B. Orinbautn
A Co.: lbO bags rice nnd 00lagciirc6. H.
Hackield A Co. Douiestlo value, f 14,-301.49.
WIU,IAM8-0AMRK0N-In Ibis city,
August 20, itl, by the Iter. U. A.
Parker, Ed A. Williams to Kmmt
ffSr Ban Francisco and Oakland (I'al.)
papers please copy.
OAOHK OF TREASURE FOUND.
Oood Work Done by Detective tar-
aen and His Aide.
William Larson, the able chiof of
detectlvos, and bis capable) stall of
Militants mado a groat diacovorj
this afternoon. Ever sluco tho ar
rest of W. H. Coulter for the rob
bery of the Chinaman at the Pall,
Detectivo Lirsou and raon haro been
working on the man's previous re
cord, with tho result that thoy mado
the discovery tnentionod. Near
Coulter's residence at Kalia in tho
vicinity of Kakaako to-day was
found in a narrow holo a box con
taining all sorts of watches, rings,
scarf pins, bracelets, oto., the value
of which is between $500 and $000.
Nearly all have been identified by
people who have missed the artiulos.
Mr. Larson and his men deserve
credit for their work during tho
past few months. They have dono
good work although they are tho
recipients of meagre salaries.
JUMPED THE TRACK.
Blight Accident to Freight Care
the Oahu Railway.
Tho olerk at the depot of tho O.
It. & L. Co. was notified by teln.
phono this aftornoou that a uuuibor
of froight cars containing coal had
been dorailed uoar Waiawa. No
serious damage, howevor, had result
ed to either porsou or property, and
the trainmen woro engaged in tryiug
to right the cars. About l::k) o'clock
the "irou hono" Lanakila was des
patched to the scene to lend assist
ance. There was no dolay in the
traffic and tho passengers vara were
run as usual.
Now the cool trades blow.
Cricket practice this afternoon.
J. F. Morgan has gone to Koua to
look over his coffeo lands.
The S. S. Bolgio will probably not
call here from China this trip.
The soap case and the divorce
case are both still on trial this after
noon. Three boxes of ammuuition wore
shipped to Maui on the W. G. Hall
The mounted police are to be
reinforced with more mombers and
a small day patrol started.
Mrs. Thirds will givo another
locturo on Thoosophy at the Foster
hall on Thursday evening.
The fine young stallion Midnight,
3 years old, has been addod to the
list of Mr. Lovoy's horse sale.
Ed. A. Williams and Miss Emma
Cameron were married yesterday
evening by Rov. H. H. Parker.
The Oovernmont band gavo the
usual concert on tho Executive
building grounds this morning.
Tho malicious injury case against
Charles Hammer will I'orao up in
the District Court on Friday next.
Arthur Fitzgerald was released
yesterday, there not being evidence
to hold htm as an accomplice in tho
Surveyor Wall has mado a survey
of J. Ena's well at Kamoiliili and
found it to be three and a half feet
abovo sea lovel.
The barkentino S. O. Wildor will
sail for San Fraucisoo at uoon to
morrow in ballast. She will take a
number of passengers.
Miss Juliet Smith, principal of tho
Kauai Industrial School for Qirls,
returns to her charge by the steamor
Mikahala this ovonlng.
Tho Kamojiamoha Girls' school is
to be ready for oponing on Novom
bor 12th. Work is progressiug
steadily on tho building.
A nativo witness for tho Soap
Works Co. this afternoon created
genoral morrimont In court by his
odd mixture of English and Hawaiian.
A native cowboy lassoed a China
man who was in a wagon on King
stroet yostorday aftornoon, and drag
god him off the wagon. He was
A number of horsos aud California
muloa will bo sold at auction by L.
J. Levoy in tho rear of J. I. Dow
sett's office, Queen stroot, at noon
A. S. Cleghorn, F. B. McStockor.
deputy collector of customs, and
Di'puty Attorney uoneral u. K.
Wilder woro among the passougora
by the W. G. Hall to day.
The hoaveni in the direction of
Palolo valley presented a boautiful
sight last night. Thore was a lari
blazo there and it lookod as if
whole valley wasjn flatnos.
A native woman and man pleaded
guilty in tho District Couit to day
to soiling spirituous Honors without
a liconso on August 18. Sentence
was suspended in each caso.
L. J. Lovoy will soil a quantity of
watches aud Jewel ry, curios aud
shells, tho entire stock in tratle of
tho late Thomas Tannatl, at his
salesroom at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
ALLEGED LIQUOR BELLING.
Fat Boy and Gibbs in the
George Houghtailing and Jas. W.
Gibbs appeared in the District Court
to-day to answer to a charge of sell
ing spirituous liquors without a
liconse on August 5th. Both plead
ed not guilty, through advice of
their counsel, Chas. Creighton and
A. P. Peterson. Senior Captain
Andrews was the first witness. Ho
testiGed that on Sunday, August
nth, he had given Fred. Myers and
Petz, informers, marked half dollars,
ono to bo used in this case and the
other to be passed at Jim Sher
wood's, Waikiki. He appointed be
tween 9 and 10 o'clock in the morn
ing as tho timo when the informers
should call at Houghtailing's. Wit
nosa sat in tho Marshal's office and
watched tho place through the slats,
and saw Houghtailiug como out to
tho gato and look up and down tho
stroot. Saw the informers enter the
placo and later raidod it. Arrested
defendants in tho room aud on
searching tho apartmonts ono bottle
of whisky and one of gin were
found. At the Station a marked
half dollar was found in Houghtail
ing's possession. Witness was un
able to stato under oath that it was
tho coin which ho had givon tho in
formers. The owuersnip of tho
liquors could noithor bo identified.
When tho officers entered defend
ants were sitting some distance from
where tho liquor was found. Wit
ness had no search warrant.
The case Is on this afternoon.
ORDER OF REMOVAL.
Jolliv'ar and Gouveia Have to Get
Off Government Land.
Frank Jollivar, proprietor of the
three-quarter house, Nuuanu Valley,
received an order from the Minister
of Interior to-day through Andrew
Brown, Superintendent of Water
Works, to have his houso removed
from the premises within twenty
eight days. An extension of ten
days has since boon granted. Jollivar
was arrested on August Cth, aud
charged with selling spirituous liquor
without a license. The way side
resort will be missed by tourists and
visitors to tho Pali and tho Koolau
side of the island. Many a weary
traveller has stopped at Frank's to
get a bite to eat aud a refreshing
glass of crystal water or lemonade.
He has occupied tho place for years.
A Portuguese named Gouveia who
lives at Makiki has also recelvod
notice to remove his building from
the Government land now occupied
by him within sixty days.
The Water Question.
No water was obtainable on King
street Saturday and yesterday. This
is accountod lor as follows: Satur
day morning about 1 o'clock the rod
of the pump at Makiki broke. At C
a. in., it was at tho foundry and re-
pat rod in an hour, by 11 a. m. the
pump was in piano agatu and at full
work. To-day the reservoir is full
and the usual pressure obtains. The
water over the weir in Nuuanu,
owiug to last night's aud this morn
ing's rain, has increased two Inches
already. For some timo past the
Water Works Uuroau has divided
the town into districts, aud shut off
for regular periods of tho day or
night all wator from cortaiu dis
tricts so that other districts could
got a supply. Householders should
find out exactly between what hours
thnv can tral walnr anil arrantrn an.
met by Captain Hookano and offi-1 corulngly. Tho Government is to
cors. This morning an officer arriv-1 blamo for not advertising the din
ed and the mau was takon back. Ho I trict s and the hours. Wator carts
Mr. JL U. All
20 Miles from a Doctor
A tolephone messago was recoived
from Waianae about 9 o'clock yes
torday evening requesting the police
to hold a mau named Antono Fer
nandas, on bfs arrival in Honolulu
in the sloop Waianae. About an
hour afterwards tho Waianao dock
ed at the wharf and rornanues was
But Hood's Sarsaparilla was
Equal to the Emergonoy
PUurttv, ClilllB and Fever Milk
"After my baby was born I got Into very ssrV
ouj condition, having pltuttir.cMHs and fTtr,
gradually developing into tnllk leg. We lire 80
miles from a physician and did not know what
to do. Finally aider a (rent deal ( eaffer
! 1 becan to take Hood's Sirsspatllla and
when I was using the third bottle I could set
It Was Doing Me Oood.
t continued with another bottle, and recovered
so rapidly that now I a as la health. 1
Hood's : Cures
cordially recommend it as a cood medicine,"
Mas. A. M. Ai.i.k. Ferry, Washington.
Hood' Pills cure all Liter Illi, Iilllout
oess. Jaundice, Indlgt itloo. Sick Ueadache.
tMBKON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agent tor Hawaiian Island.
Adeline Black Stockings !
New Shipment Just to Hand
is charged with housebreaking.
get their wator from the Falaco woll.
J. J. EG&XT
514 Fort Street
XX very ciulet ami
PROFJSS40K IJKADI.KV GIVER LE8
soiih In BIhkIiik, 1'lano. Vlitlin ami
Cello. Terms, fi an hour: $1, half hour.
Having hail 31 year' ex em nee as Or
ganlsi and tlboir Trainer, he Is open to an
engagement in those capacities, ilest of
testimonials. IU Emma street. Mutual
TelephoniHM'. HID I'w
By inadvortencn it was stated yes
terday that G. D. Oilman was going
away by the bark Albert. Auother
name with tho same initials was in
tended to bo written by tho reporter.
Some fino big carp were on saloby
Chinamen at the corner of King and
Mauuakea streets on Saturday aftor
noou. luoy catnn from tnu ponu at
Pawaa aud wore offered at $1.25
L. J. Levey will sell the Monteiro
property for Henry Smith, commis
sioner, on Sattirday, at the same
timo as bo offers at auctiou the
building lots for homesteads else
Prosldont Dolo, Jas. Judd, Albert
Judd, O. H. Judd aud Ilev. C. M.
H3U0 leave lor Kauuakakai, Moio
kai, on the steamer Claudine this
ovouiug. The President aud party
return in about a week.
15 Hen to Bore R, R. Ties!
, Applv to
FROM AND AFTER THIB DAY, C.
AyouiiK has no connection whatever
with the business or otherwise of Him llrm
of Wing Wo Chan A Co. All persons are
cautioned agalnx! piylng any inony to or
otherwise tiausactlnx business with the
said 0. Ayonng on our bhnlf.
WING WO CHAN A CO.
Honolulu, Aug. 17, 1HUI. 1 113-31
fat BaraiBttBa " lrmar "
ttr TKLKHHONKH 11 -
CALIFORNIA PEED CO.
Corner Queen A Nuuanu Bta.
The Young Hawaiian' Institute
will not meet at tiie Y. M. C. A. hall
this evening, as G. D. Oilman will
lecture there on, "Hawaii as it was
fifty years ago." The iustitutu will
meet on Thursday ovening.
Captain Langley pleaded guilty
iu the District Court yesterday after
noon to a charge of bribery and was
seutouced to pay a flue of $50. Iu
addition to tho fine Laugley has
boon dismissed from tho force.
The "hare aud hounds" athletio
craze has reached tho news-carriers,
who daily participate iu the delight
ful excitement of panting around in
the hot sun iu the trail of a few
flakes of paper fluttering in the
G. II. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish !est factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the same aa done
Grounds for divorce. Any lady
iu tue Hawaiian Islands cau secure
a divorce from her husband if he
refuses to buy a good quality of
soap. You eau got 17 bars uow for
Sl.'iii, aud N. Iireham gitarautoes
both quality and quantity.
While ono of tho garrison com
panies was drilling on l'alace square
this aftornoou, n Chinaman's horse
dragging a load of manure wiih
frightuuud by tho (laidiing armx. It
bolted and tut) hempen strings hold
ing the harness together gave way.
The driver uliugiug to his seat was
able to hold tho beast, an emaciated
pile of bones, until a soldier stnnped
forward aud subdued its fears. There
was too much load for the horse.
I aud too much horse for the harness.
When the trade finds time
to doubt our npsertions about
Rules and prices, but ono con
clusion can be formed, and
that is that we are setting the
pace on prices us well as doing
the business. There is an old
proverb that "what is ono
man's loss in another man's
gain." Wo are going on re
cord and change it to "whut
is 3 our gain by trading with
us, and ours by increased bu
sincHH, is the other man's
Iosh." So down wo go from
day to day in prices theie is
not a dull counter in our
store. We have gotten out
of tho old rut tho days of
largo profits are owr. Every
day it will be something new
und tempting in styles aud
prices. Wo can't mention
but a few articles in this col
umn, but wish to impress you
that if on want anything in
our lino you can get it at rock
bottom prices, und a guaran
tee the good ure as repre
If you buy those Turkish
Towels of ours you will surely
pray for ruin They are so
different from the cheap things
offered as Turkish Towels.
Cash bought these, so that wo
cuii sell them ut just as low a
figure as the cheap goods are
A handsome PURS R is a
very deceptive thing. It al
most always creates the im
pression there is money in it,
und so there is if you save on
the purchase price by buying
of us. We struck a snap in
our purchase of purses, and
will givo you the benefit of it.
They run from UGo. to perfect
beauties in Itcul Alligator ami
Russian Seal with sterling sil
PARASOLS interest you.
Been looking ull over town
for just what you wanted.
Dog pardou, you looked every place
but here. If you bad you would
have seen Ladies' Small Carriage,
Black Sateous, Black Gloria, Silk
Surges, Navy Blue Silk with Dresden
(real) Ghiua handles, Black Silk with
natural stick handles, etc., also a
full lino of Mou's 28-inch Umbrella.
Mo fanoy prices on thes goodi,
. F. EI1LBRS & CO.
sluytM( 21, 1894.
My Clearuncc Sale was a
success. It did just whut I
intended, vi.. : cl arcd my
shelves and gave me room to
display my New Goods. They
are ull open and ready for in
spection. I shall only men
tion a few leaders to-day and
want to head tho liht with
We have all tho utandard
brands and in the latest
shud.B. Wu also received a
largo assortment of
Silk Gloves and Mitts,
Thousands of yards of tho
above goods ut reasonable
Now we have mentioned
something that cutehes your
eye; these Corsets are tho
latest thing out cany, com
fortable, perfect fit. prettily
finished, and what more
need I say.
These goods are tho finest
that ever graced my store,
their equal cannot be found
I'l.MN AND DOTTED
Swiss Dress Goods
W!UTH AND COLOKKD
Dimities, Storm Serges
A word all the above
goods ure absolutely new, und
us tho real CHtato man said,
"If you want to get in on tho
ground floor, now is your
For business only,
J. J. EOAN.
"h'A MAILK" Slorcwill
hold a Clearance Hale of Us
Stock of Goods beginning
Thursday, Aug. 9th, and ro
finite to the end of the, month.
This Store will go out of
buninesH at that time.
Come and pick out what
you want before it is all gone.
nao rort atrt, Honolulu
The Adeline Black Stockings
Ars ratrUlnly THE DK8T. They arei very E'atlc, Fiit Black ind r
bjolutely Stainless. We have them fur
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
In all Sites ind Qualities, In Plain Cotton, In List
Thread, iu Open Work ind Drop Btitoh ....
Gall for Adeline Black Stockings I
WK ALSO HAVE THE
HERMSDORF BLACK STOCKIJSGS
Warranted Fast Black, for lwllei In all Sites which we ire MlUna
$2 fiti a Doten 1'air.
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Arrived per "Australia."
French and Scotch Ginghams (now)... 10a., 20c. and 25c.
Victoria Lawns (new), 10 yds for 75c.
White Dress Goods (new). .10., 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c
White and Colored Dimities (new) 20c. and 25c
Plannelletts, all colors, (new) 10 yds for $1.00
The old maxim "There is nothing new under
the sun"- knocked out. Call and be convinced.
M. S. LEVY,
Who is uow settled in Uenson. Smith & Co.'h
Old Stand, Fort street.
KwongSingLoyf SING LOY,
HJ7 Cli St.. "Tbomu Block.'
loinal Tela. 33ft
11-88 Klifc Si., nut IiomUi h
P. 0. Box 207. jiQtQdl fele. 686 P. 0 Koi XU1.
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
AfSK VOUK GROCKU KOK
vr Tills Brand fill always be lound Reliable and Good Value. t4
UHnriAll i PtMon naNMt kTt
JOHN T. BR.O-WN,
Dealer In Hawallitn mui Koreln PoxtaKV
Stamps. 1'. O. Uox III, llunolulii.
HlRhest prices given tur UiiuhcU and 1'i-cil
Hawaiian btaiupa in eii'lmiiRo (ur utlit-r
cnantrlfls from timt-class approval sheet
Sheets forwarded tu auy part of the Island?
on application with town reference
J T. 11 la open to meet uny collector hy
piKjiiitiuent. 111'.! -Hi ii
BY A rOHTl'OUKSK MAN WHO
nivalis KiikII,'i! will work in stoiu ur
watfhoitsu, attend bar drlvo Moreen, or do
other labor of any kind Apply at the
"Temple of Kaidiioii," hort orett, or nt
this Olllcc Ull at
A YOU NO UF.NTl.KMAN DKHIKKH A
situation In store or eluewliere.
Kir't nlans llook-kfeiar: four yers' epe.
rlencu lu tliH JouniHllntlc line. Addrem
Iini lm I'arf of lll'ltrTio OMIro
Partuer Wwitod In Oil VnnoerinR.
Work to order, Would likn to K-'t
I'artntr In lb business, to furnluli ma.
olilnsry aud, If ileNlrsblv, learn tin buii
nasi. Hi waUr power. Hatnpifs of the
work can I seen at lint llriiins Olllce.
lUUt iui WII.I.IAM MAN.nN,
OliinuHu, Japanese and Iiitihm (io.lh!
Indian Silks, Luces and Linens,
fapiMicNO Crapes, Chinese Muttiug,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shuwls und Soarfft,
Grass Cloth, Kuttuu Chairs, Utc, Ktu.
S3A Complete TAILORING KSTABLISHMKNT
with Competent Cutters und a complete lino of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OABHMKUKS, LINENS, LAWNS, MUUI.IMh
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- HttU I
SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT
Trunks, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Ku-.., hJtc
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Temple of Fashion
BIS Sort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urga iMnrtaeat ol Ladta' u Oklidna'i IkoM.
Large Line of Summer Goods 1
Largw Hub of Wooluiu at 2fo. Flamieltta, 10 jarda for ll.fli
Brown and Whito CoUoub, from 8 to 'JO yarila, f 1.00 twr uieco.
AmoakBaK OlngbamB, 12 yarda for $1.00. Geuta' aud Ladtoa' Bathiuu Nmu.
Silks, Sating, Sorgna, Lawua aud Drew Goods of Bvory (Inscription
411 NUUANU 8TKKK1.
Dr j, Fancy and White Dress Goods!
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc, Etc,
i i-j k: s Qci
aUsT- Style anil Kit Guaranteed, I'ricfs Mthlorata.
Daily Bulletin 50 Cents nor Month,