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FRIDAY, AUG. 24, 1894.
Thursday, Aug. 23.
OBB Mariposa, Hayward, from Sydney
FniiMY, Aug. 21.
H B M B Hyacinth, May, from K-wiul-
malt, B 0
Btnir Hawaii from Hawaii
Thursday, Aug. 23.
Hay warU, for Ban Fran
Stmr Kinau from Hawaii and Maul
VmnIi leaving To-morrow.
H B M 8 Champion, Itooke, for Nccker
From Sydney yla Auckland and Samoa,
per OSb Mariposa, AtiaSS MIm Jessie
Forsyte, M Tjrcll, William Kberhard,
Whlwly Horselall, A 0 Constable.
Fot Ban Francisco, per 0 8 8 Marlpoa,
Aug 23-Uuy Dcnnetl, Charles Horjwlll,
M N Sanders, Mrs M J Kobcrts, Urotlicr
Charles, O I) Oilman and wife. Mrs F
Whitney and 2 children, MrsTW Arms,
MisM a Meslck, Miss Mcslck, Mrs t'nii
tain Cochrane and II children, MIij T W
Heccomb, Mm Window and child, Miss
Florence Huberts, and William Nott.
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Klnau,
Aug 21 Vo'cano: W it Sims and wlfo,
Mrs N 8 Sachs. J Hlrshliirg, Mrs Key
worth and child, H N Keyworth, Ml scs
Dickson (2). Wayporls! Mrs 8 Parker,
Mrs M Ardle. MUs ltlake, MIsiTampmaii,
F 8 Dodge. Itov O 1' Kuierwn, Mrs J Ma
chado, J M Hind, Father taonor and ser
vant, Geo Deacon, T Kerau, U. A Fraser, 8
K Bishop, Klin Achung, A 1' 1'etcrson, I.
Ascn and wlf-, 0 Kafcr. (1 1' Wilder and
wife. W J Smith. Y Heo Young, Miss
Ayors, Mlis Whltllor, K O Hitchcock and
LOCAL AMD OKNKBAXi WIWB.
Signs of rain in (ho morning have
The Kinau took eight passengers
for tho Volcano.
F. S. Dodge, surveyor, has gone to
Hilo in the Government service.
Hawaiian Council, American Lo-
fjion of Honor, will meet this oven
The S. S. Mariposa was detained
at Apia twenty-two hours taking in
In our Samoan news, first page,
for "beautiful trees" read "broad
The Yountr Hnwaiians Instituto
adopted their constitution and by
laws last ovening.
Marshal HUchcoclTleft for Hilo,
Hawaii, for a brief visit on the Ki
nau this aitornoon.
Sontonco was suspended in five
swipes selling cases in tho District
Court this morning.
H. B. M. B. HYACINTH IN PORT.
the Way from
List of Officers.
A native natnod
committed to tho
John Meha, a momber of the Na
tional band, died yoslorday aftor
noon. Funeral took placo this after
noon. Juuo Davis was again arrestod
yesterday for assault and battery on
an omployco of tho tramways com
pany. Tboro will bo a gcuoral cricket
practico to-morrow afternoon, aud
all the members aro requested to
Water has been struck at tho
Queen's Hospital at a depth of '125
feet. It flows over tho pipo and is
JUEN-ln this city, August 22, 181(1, Jose
pulne, agrd 1 ytar and 0 muuths. be
loved daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
LOCAL AMD GENERAL NEWS.
L. B. Korr, assignee of Wong Sai,
gives a notice to the creditors lu this
Tho mortgago on Cbas. Olrdlor's
stock has been foreclosed by J. F.
Chas. Malolo was arrestod to-day
on charge of receiving a stolon
watch, tho proporty of the drivor of
tho Government water cart. Maiolo
tried to sell the watch to Sadris
The numerous friends of J. K.
Wilder will bo ploased to learn that
he is much improved since his apop
lectic seizuro on Sunday. It is
hoped that ho will bo soon around
again as well as ever.
The prices realized at Mr. Mor
gan's auction salo of F. O. sur
charged stamps to-day woro as fol
lows: lo. Kroen, (52 o. a sheet; 1
blue, 1225; lo. violet, 52.75; 2c.
brown, $3 50; 2c. rose with error,
$2 DO; Go. dark blue, 1; 6c. green,
$1,50; 10c. vormilion, S7.G0; 10c.
blaok, J5.IJ0; 15c. brown, half sheet,
$i 25; 2c. vormilion, i)rc. each; 12c.
mauve, rod surcharge, $1.75 each;
12c. mauve, black surcharge, S3.25
each: lo. envelopes $380 por 100: 2c.
onvolopo, $5 per 100. Tho bidding
good, sweet water.
It is reported there will bo a
torchlight procession of elated Re
publicans this ovening. Let us have
it by all moans, gentlemen.
Tho charge of larceny of postago
stamps ureforrod by Mrs. Nichols
against w. rrostiugo was not. prosu
in the District Court this morning.
Fort Surveyor Sanders loft on tho
S. S. Mariposa for San Francisco
to moot his wife and family. He
will couibino business with pleasure
On account of intendin
uro U. U. Nacayama
Land Balos To-morrow.
Henry Smith, as Commissioner of
tho Circuit Court, will hold a salo
of valuablo land belonging to the
estate of Antouio Moutolro, situate
on Beckwith and Mot calf streets,
Funahou, at 12:80 o'clock to-morrow
(Saturday). Mr. Lovoy will bo auc
tioneer and tho sale will bo hold on
tho premises. Immediately after
this sale Mr. Levey will hold a sale
of very desirable homestead lots at
Motcaff and Bingham streets, in the
same neighborhood. Tho lands are
described elsowhoro in this paper.
Birdio McQinuis Aro you super
stitious, Mr. Do Smith!
Gus Do Smith Not at all; why
do you askT
Birdio Nothing, except you aro
tho thirteenth young gontleman to
whom I have boon ongagod. Texas
will soil his
ontiro housohold furnlturo on Fri
day next. L. J. Levey will conduct
Mr. Hogan, M.F., is a passengor
on the Arawa this trip. He goes to
tho Colonies to got material for a
book to be named, "Australia He
visited." Chalk, a steward on the S. S.
Mariposa, committed suicido by
jumping overboard from that steam
er while she was lying at Apia, and
Tho Cantata of the Hyacinth
states that uo despatch announcing
President Cleveland's recognition of
tho republic had boon received up
to tho date of their leaving tho 12th.
A. Hoffuuug, formerly Charge
d'AITaires for Hawaii in England,
will arrivo in Honolulu on the re
turn of tho S. S. Arawa from the
Colonics. Mr. Hoffnuug will bo ao
companlod by his wife.
W. J. Sadris writes that ho has
solved the catchy question about the
white anu ulacu orow oi w on ino
ship, and will show his solution to
anybody calling at his store, Nuu
Two little kittens one stormy night
llvgan to quarrel and then to light;
Olio had a mouse ami the other none,
That was the way tho iniarnil begun.
Early this morning H. B. M. S.
Hyacinth, which has been hourly
expected here, to relieve H. B. M. 3.
Champion, was telephoned off port,
and at 8 o'clock she dropped anohor
on tho Ewa side of tho Champion
in the harbor. The Hyacinth left
Esquimau, B. C, on Thursday,
August 11. She had a very monoton
ous passage, mooting with hardly
any trade winds, consequently sho
had to steam all tho way. At 2
o'clock this morning the Hyacinth
spoko the S. S. Mariposa bound to
San Francisco off port, and trans
ferred her mails to hoc Tho Hya
cinth is a scrow cruiser of the third
class of 1420 tons and 1100 horso
power, bno carries eight guns, out
is not a saluting ship. Shots on her
annual cruise and after making a
stay of about two months will pro
ceed to the Marquesas Islands, pro
viding sho Is not detained here.
Tho Hyacinth was here last in April
and May of 1803, and sinco sho has
boon away threo officers then on
board havo left the ship. These aro
Lieutenants Manning and Hum
phries, who were favorites among
society people here, and Dr. South.
The last-named has been transferred
to H. B. M. S. Nymphe, and tho
others havo been invalided. Tho
following is a list of hor officers:
Captain H. J. May, C. B.
Lieutonants Harry H. Stiloman,
Charles Chadwick and Arthur K.
Staff Commander F. J. Harwood.
Staff Surgeon John Ottloy.
Faymaster F. B. Fritchard.
Assistant Paymaster W. D. Sar
ratt. Englnoer G. W. Nail.
Gunner W. Sullivan.
Boatswain W. Robertson.
Carpontor J. Bounsall.
With regard to tho roport current
about town this morning that the
Hyacinth had brought news that
tho Republic had not boon recog
nized. Assistant Favmastor W. D.
Sarratt stated that thoy had seen a
nows Item in the Victoria Colonist,
purporting to bo a despatch from
Washington. It stated that U. S.
Minlstor Willis had recognized tho
Ropubtlc, aud that Congross had
also dono tho same.
From tho same sottrco it is learned
that tho first-class battleship Royal
Arthur will call hero In October.
Another Damago Case for Wages
Clerk's Office Items.
F. H. Redward vs. Mrs. B. Frio
man was argued and submitted be
fore Judgo Whiting yesterday after
noon. H. Wilgeroth vs. Ewa Plantation
Company, damago, Is boing tried
to-day boforo Judge Cooper hy the
following jury: S. B. Rose, N.
God go, J. J. Sullivan, J. Lucas, J.
L. JlcLoan, J. C. Cluney, C. M. V.
Forater, J. W. Preston, H. J. Nolto,
W. C. King, J. M. Tracy, J. T.
Waterhouso. The damago claimed
is for unjustifiable discharge from
the position of sugar boilor. C. W.
Ash ford for plaintiff; W. R. Castle
In John Ross vs. Claronco W.
Macfarlane, the plaintiff by bis at
torney, A. S. Hartwell, gives notice
to C. W. Ashford, defendant's attor
ney, that plaintiff will show his title
to tho promises alleged to be tres
passed upon hy deed of assignment
to himself from Henry R. Macfar
lano. A stipulation has beon Clod
to vacate order of default and
have the caso heard by a jury next
Dofeudant in Naklki (w.) vs. E. G.
Hitchcock, replevin, has flied a with
drawal of his appeal. Marshal
Hitchcock had seized a horso and
hack belonging to tho plaintiff,
which belonged to hor husband.
District Magistrate Robertson gavo
ment for the plaintill for pos-
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
session of tho property and $1 dam'
ages, against which the Marshal ap
pealed. W. R. Castlo for plaintiff;
S. K. Kano for dofeudant.
A stipulation has beon filed in J.
B. Castlo vs. D. Lokana and othors,
that defendant's demurrer may be
hoard on tho 25th Inst, or as soon as
counsel may be hoard. W. R. Castle
for plaintiff; W. C. Achi for defend
ants. In John F. Colbtirn vs. W. O.
Achi, assumpsit, defendant confosses
iudgmont and plaintiff agroes not to
issue execution until Nov. 1. Kin
ney for plaintiff; defendant for self.
John F. Bowler files his account
in Bowler vs. Macfarlane and others,
tho old Elolo case, as follows:
Amount of Judgment
uosis in Miu on note.
Vr: K. Fit
The combination of excellent itomack
tonics In Hood's Sarsaparllla ii such that,
with proper attention to diet, indigestion
and even the worst cases of dyspepsia art
cured by this medicine. Head this:
" Hating for several years btn ersitly
troubled with tmtlcMtlon, and having sa
Hood's Sariaparilla adverthed, I concluded U
Itre tt a trial. To rnjr hapr,toesi and great satis
faction 1 found it to be the If rsmedy for this
romnl.-.lnt." Mrs. N. Fisui, 425 deary Stmt,
Adeline Black Stockings !
Now Shipment Just to Hand
nao rort Stroot, Honolulu
The Adeline Black Stockings
Are certainly THE BEST. They are verr KinMlc, Fast Black and ar
absolutely Stainless. We have them for
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
In all Sizes and Qualities, In Plain Cotton, In Lisle
Thread, In Open Work and Drop Htlfu
Call for Adeline Black Stockings !
WB ALSO HAVE THE
Hood's PlllB act eailly, rt promptly M
fflcleaUr, oa Ui Ursr and bowels. 26.
HOttRON, NEWMAN A OU.
Agsnta for Hawaiian Islands.
At Williams' Studio aro to be soon
Portraits on Watch Dials, which ho
Is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the sot or
Tho Fronch tourists caso was con
tinued in tho District Court until
I'nld wages of compositors (Jan.
Paid rent to K. II Thomas. . .
Paid rent to J. A. Magoon
Mrs. Nancy Stillman notltlons for
lottors of administration of tho
cstato of Roso Molteno, decoasod,
intestate, valued at $300. The heir
is William Holt Molteno, a minor
son of docoased, thrco years of age.
Tho bluejackot who foll-frnm aloft
on II. B. M. S. Champion and broke
bis arm is all right again, it was
exported atone time that the arm
would bo amputated. Uo still car
ries tho injured momber in a sling.
J. J. ECAN
514 Fort Street
far Barkwatlaa " Irmcsrd '
TBLBPHONKH 11 -m
CALIFORNIA PEED GO.
Comer Queen & Nuuauu Btr,
Suvoutoon (17) bars of soap for
$1.25. Mutual telephone 311.
Mrs. Thirds will deliver her lee
turo on ''Theosophy aud Evolution"
at tho Thimsophfcal hall, Foster
block, this ovouing at 8 o'clock. It
is bound to be interesting, and no
body can regret attending.
Bennio Whituoy aud Dick Dav
wont boforo tho mast on tho bark
Amy Turner yesterday. Thoy tried
to desert at the last minute, when
they wore told that thoy had to
clean tho captain's clothes.
Prof. Bradley's muslcalo is about
all arranged. Programs and tickets
will be out within a day. Tho nick
of iocal talent, in both vocal aud in
strumental music, has bueu soctirod.
Several professionals will appear.
Tho steamer Tele began takiug in
coal for H. B. M. S. Champion at 3
o'clock this morning and by 0:15
o'clock sho had forty-five tons on
board. This was trausforred to the
Champion and completes hor coal
Joo Dako, tho thirty-three year
old horse of Captain Cluney, was
about town yesterday. The captaiu
drove him at a good gait, showing
that, although old, Joo is still in the
swim and may be dopeudod ou for a
J. J. Williams photographed the
portraits of his wife aud seven chil
dren on his watch dial Saturday
afteruoou. When ho went home
he found that ho had missed one of
his family, a little girl that ho had
nevor seeu boforo.
COUNCIL. NO. tm.
American lulou of Honor, incuts
THIS (Kriduy) KVKNINO at 7sUO o'clock,
at Harmony Hull, Kluu xtreot.
J. 1 UUKAItDT,
WONC1 HAI, KOIIMKHLY P POUT
Ktrtet. Honolulu, IiuvIiik iiimlu nn
asulitnuiviit in nut Mr tlm hencllt of his cre
ditors, ull pxrHiiiiit liiivlnit I'liiliim njinlnH
said eklnto urn rcmilnl to uaent them
to ma ut my oillaiwltlilii oiiowitI; from
dat, after which tlinu noun lll Im al
lowed. L. II. KKItll.
Houolulu, Auk. -h lot'L UtS-lw
J. W. Chapman caters for ban
quets, socials, private dinners and
garden parties. Weddings a special
ty. He cau bo found at all hours at
Sans Soucl or will call on nuy ladles
or gentlemen who will address him
through the Post Olllcu.
A native woman n Heeled with
paralyHln aits about a yard on Mer
chant street, near the IIullktin ollice,
with only a sheet for a covering.
Her folks are said to have locked
her out Tho authorities hIiouIiI
deal with suuh iuliuinauity,
II. 1). M. S. Champion, after a stay
in Honolulu of nine months, will
leave for Neolier Island nt l o'clock
to morrow afternoon. The Hya
cinth has arrived to relieve her and
the Champion will go homo, Slut
was engaged to-day receiving coal
from the steamer Pole,
When the trade finds time
to doubt our assertions about
sales and prices, but one con
clusion can bo formed, and
that is that we are setting the
pace on in ices us well as doing
the business. There is an old
proverb that "what is one
man's loss is another man's
gain." "Wo are going on re
cord and change it to "what
is j our gain by trading with
us, and ours by increased bu
siness, is the other man's
loss." So down we go from
day to day in prices thci o in
not a dull counter in our
store. We have gotten out
of tho old rut tho days of
large profits are ovit. Every
day it will no something new
and tempting in styles and
prices. Wo can't mention
but u few articles in this col
umn, but wish to impress you
that if you wunt anything in
our lino you can get it at rock
bottom prices, and a guaran
tee tho good) are as repre
If you buy those Turkish
Towels of ours you will surely
pray for ruin Thoy aro so
different from tho cheap things
offered us Turkish Towels.
Cash bought these, so that we
can sell them at just an low a
figure as tho cheap goods are
A handsome PUKSF3 is a
very deceptive thing. It al
most always creates the im
pression there is money in it,
aud so there is if you save on
the purchase price by buying
of us Wo struck a snap in
our purchase of purses, and
will give you the benefit of it.
Thoy run from li5c. to perfect
beauties in Real Alligator and
Russian Seal with sterling sil
PARASOLS interest you.
Been looking all over town
for just what you wanted.
Beg pardon, you looked overy place
but hero. If you hnd you would
havo Heen Ladles' Small Carriage,
August 84, 1804.
My Clcuranco Sale was a
success. It did just what I
intended, vi,. : cl a red my
shelves and gave me room to
display in) New Goods. They
are ull open and ready for in
spection. 1 shull only men
tion a few leaders to-day and
want to head the list with
Wo have ull tho btandard
brands and in the latest
shades. We also received a
large assortment of
Silk Gloves and Mitis,
yards of the
Now we havo mentioned
something that catches your
eye; these Corsets are tho
latest thing out easy, com
fortable, perfect fit. prettily
finished, and what more
need I hay.
These goods are the
thut over graced my
their equal cannot
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HERMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranted Fast Black, for LadlM In all 8ltca which we are mIUdr
(2 CO a IH)ipn l'alr.
Arrived per "Australia."
French and Scotch Ginghams (new).. .10c., 20c. and 25c.
Victoria Lawns (now), 10 yds for 75c.
White Dress Goods (new). .10., 15c, 20c, 25c, JJOc, 35c
White and Colored Dimities (new) 20c and 25c.
Plannelletts, all colors, (new) 10 yds for $1.00
The old maxim "There is nothinr
the sun" knocked out. Call and be convinced.
M. S. LEVY,
Who is now settled in Benson, Smith & Co.'s
Old Stand, Port street.
KwoDgSiDgLoyi SING LOY,
(07 till St., "Tbomil Block.
11-85 linn SI., air liooitti Si
lotoal ftk m P. 0. Box 207. 'Mutual TM. m
P. 0. Boi 107.
Theosopical Lecture I
Mli-i M. il.
TH I (CDS
Ou FItlDAY EVENING, Aur.2IUi,
At the Tliuoaoiililcal Hull, eurner of
Nmmnil mill Mnilun Hreets, in
t lie "oater Mock."
Doorf will O)on at 7 o'clock. Ucturu in
commence promptly at H o'clock.
Subject ut the Lecture will be
" Theosophy and Evolution "
u in at
ChinoHe, Japanese and Indian (Jou.lhi
Indian Silks, Luces aud Linens,
.Inpanese Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Scarf,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chaira, Etc., Rus.
rSA Coinnlete TAILORING BSTABLISHMUNT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
UAUHMKHK8, LINKNB, LAWNS, MDSI.INh
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats t
SOMETHING NEW JUST ODT
TninkM, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Ktc., Ktu.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Will take a limited number of l'lijills
I'i.Al.S AND DOTTKI)
Swiss Dress Goods
WJIITK AND COLOKKI)
Dimities, Storm Serges
A word nil the above
Dlnok Knh'uiiH, Ulauk Gloria, Silk imods are absolutely new, Ulld
SurKuv, Navy Hhiti Silk with Druatlnn ' UH (m ival ehtutu man said,
(nml) China lioiullos, UlnukSilk with uj' ..on ant to get in on tho
natural Htick IiawIUu, utc, alho a ' ,,..n,,ll,i 0r, HOW is your
full lino of Mim'i IW-lnch Uiubrollnx. J J
Nq fancy prlcoa onlhuiio Koo.J,. ' ' j)lnilH,SK ony,
U. F. EI1LKRS iV: CO. J J' KOAN.
JOHN T. BR.O-WN,
Ueler in Hawlln anil Kurelcn I'oiitBKf
Stamp. 1. O. llox 111, Honolulu.
Hlclieat vrloeN kIvcii for Unused unii Useil
Huwullnn Btaiups in exulintiRi) (or utltt-r
cnnutrleH from Unit-claim approval kbvetR
SheutH forwarded touny jmrtof the IbIbikIh
on application with town rilcrciun,
J T. 11 Is oji to inciit any colli-clom hy
Partner Wantnd in Oil Vonuaring.
1AM l'llKI'AUKI)T0 1HM)U.VKNKKlt
Work lo order. Would lllm to ol
i'artunr In the IiubIikihh, to furtiiuli inn
chinurv ami, if diilrl)lii, Irnni Die bind
niMi HH"e 'tcr ixiwei Bmpies of tlir
work uii'i tin keen l tlm IU'ii.itin Olllcu.
"' 1"' WILLIAM MAN .K.N.
Temple of Fashion
610 E'ort Street
Ladies' Underwear. Boy's Clothino,
Urg iuortBiat ol Udlu' ai OUIdrta'i Ibom.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
LargM line of WooIuub at 2To. FlanueletUM, 1(1 yard for f 1.IK1.
Drown anil Whlt Cottons, from B to U0 yards, 11.00 per piece.
moskea Ginghams, 12 yards for f 1.00. Gents' and Ladies' Bathing Sulu.
Silks, Hatms, Serges, Lawns and Dress Goods of every description.
M. Gh SIXjV.A., Proprietor,
A HAW Jl.ltHCY
iY. very iiulnt unii
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iii'i.i i.iin Yr.
411 NDDANU 8TKEB1.
Drj, Fancy and White Dress Goods!
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc, Etc
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w lsC-u.t-aa.1 Telephone 64S
Daily Bulletin 50 Cents por Month.