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TUESDAY, AUG. 28, 1894
Am bVtue Planter, Dow, from Lysan Isl
ands Blmr W Q Halt from Hawaii and Mnul
Tummy, Aug 28.
8 8 Belglc, Wnlker, for Ban Francisco
tittnr Clamllne lor ports on Maul at 8 p m
Btnii Mokolll for Moloknl anil Lanal
Btmr Mlkahala for Knunl at 6 ,i tn
Htmr W'ftlnlcnlo for Katrnl at i p in
Cargoes from Island Porta.
Btmr WO Hall COOO bags snpnr, 19 lings
coflVc, 152 Imgs nwn, 27 hinl cult In, 1
donkey, 20 lioxs and CO pkgs sundries.
From Hawaii and Maul, per Mmr V O
Hall, Aug. 28 t V Wlldi-r, J K Morgan,
V U McStockir, H Gorman, T J Dexter. A
H Clegliorn, J M Monsarrat, J Kuh ne,
Mrs kauhane. Mm Krurer. Mrs Klolinrd
aoti, Mlsa Mar Ksplndn, Mls I.ucy Knlial,
Miss Mahcula, Mrs INrrl.on, Mls 1' liar
rlson, Ml M Unins.MlssBliillh Mrs llnt-fli-ld.MNs
It Klcliardson, Mrs Ih Olnlrn
and Sclilldren. Masters lurgttucn (2), Mlrs
C Kahuakal, Mrs 8 K .kl and 2 clil drcn,
Mrs M Frrdenberg, J K Xnhnle and A chil
dren, Mrs Ulsgins and 2 children, Mrs
8-hlcf, Kawa, wife und 2 children. W V
Itnynnlds, U Clark "lid daughter, Master it
Mowayne and 79 deck.
The American bark Melrose and Drltlsh
bark Cadrow Forest aro ou he nay hcri'
from Newcastle, N. 8. H, with coal, The
former If due any day.
At Williams' Studio aro to bo soon
Portraits on Watch Dials, which ho
is making a specialty of. Latitorn
Slides for locturo by tho sol or
If you can stand a little
plain honest talk this week
of the kind that makes food
for meditation and prayer, we
will proceed. We aro in busi
ness to make money, and do
it in this way : Wc buy di
rect ; we sell direct j we buy
the best goods our money can
ret for the lcut money they
can be obtained ; that covers
the buying branch of tho busi
ness. Sow for the selling
branch : We have the stock ;
tho goods aro just what wo
represent them to be, noth
ing more or nothing less;
our prices cover our legiti
mate profit. Wo do not be
long to the cluss of trado that
sells below cost, we haven't
tho money or inclination. We
havo nt vor made any unparal
leled bargains, smoke, fire,
water or red flag prices, sim
ply bi'cauhu wc have never
cared for the class of trade
that believes uny sane mer
chant can do such a thing.
This tells tho hUtory of the
forty odd years of our suc
cess. Tho doctors arc all of one
mind on the UNDUItWMAK
question ; they agree that fre
quent changes arc absolutely
necessary. "We anticipated
this and have an immense und
well selected stock. We want
to specially call your attention
this wt'ok to our MUSLIN
UNDERWEAR. It's worth
whilo to call and look at the
trimmings on them.
Fortunately wo had u large
older placed with the factory
in Brussels for P. D. Corsets.
Wo ran out of some sizes but
can give any size you want
as they have arrived. Wc also
received a dir- ct imposition
of Embioidcred and Scolloped
goods aro worth every cent
we ask for them.
FLANNELETTES at 8
yards lor $1.00.
B. F. JU11LLKS & (JO.
Prof Bradley's Musioal
W1M. UK IIKI.I) AT TUK KAWA1
nliao Church mi SATIIItDAY
KVKN1NO NKXr. Seiitemlier 11. at 8
o'clock, Mrs. J. T Lewh, MIms ItlclmrdK,
Mien Buveronce, Mrs, llrow ii und MIbs At
kinson, i'rof. ami Mrc llr.ulloy, Mr. Ilootli
and otliorH will tiiku purt Admission M
cents J clilMrrn under r. iceiil. 1121-51
TIIK AIUOUIINl'.l) qUAKTKItl.Y
ineetlni! of the Union I-'i:kii Co , (I.M),
will ho liulit at tin' Coiiiintiiy'M Olllru,
on WKDNhHD.W, tlin '.'nth InM., at 1U
o'clock a. M F. It. Vll).,
Hi'i'rutury Union TciM Co., I.M.
Honolulu. Aii. 'J7. IfclH. HaKt
rpiiK iti:m L.vit annual mi:i;tino
.1 ol tlin IIuuihk Hi'onruAN'N Amu
ciation will 111 In M in ilm IIuuiiIIiiii lloti'l
ou I'UKhllAY KVKNINO, Aiijr.iH, IMH.
nt TtWln'iiluok, dr Kirutloii il (iiIU'ith Ntnl
trmiHiulloii n( oilier ImMlii' ol Import.
aiico. All muiiiliirn uru rniui-ttMl to lie
J'KHOlllli:il 1I0AHI) OK IIIUKU'l'OliH.
LOOAX. AMD CrKWXKAL VSW8
A camera is for sale.
J. P. Bowen
has a cottage to lot
Tho W. G?naU
brought a large
Williams Bros, have a notice
garding their undertaking bills.
W. F. Reynolds of the Golden
Rule Bazaar is back from windward.
Subpoenas for Hawaiian jurors to
appear to-morrow morning woro be
ing served to-day.
Tho barkeutino Planter mado tho
round trip from hero to Lysan Isl
aud and back in thirty days.
Seouro tickets now for Professor
Bradley's musicalo, and then you
will not forget it.
Prof. Borger and his band played
for tho benefit of tho soldiurs ou tho
Executive grounds this morning.
Tho adjourned auartorly meeting
of tho Union Feed Co. will be held
to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
"Grin and bear it," is tho sago
advice of N. S. Sachs to day to every
lady who buys an ill-fitting corset.
L. J. Levey will soil potted plants
at tho residenco of Major J. II.
Wodehouse at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Tho Hawaiian Sportsmen's Asso
ciation will hold a meoting at tho
Hawaiian Hotel at 7:30 o'clock this
Tho thirty-two Japnneso who ar
rived on tho S. S. Belgio havo been
placed in quarantine, Tuny will re
main so for about five days.
A new oil carpet was laid to-day
in tho hall of tho Peoplo's party
over tho Pacific saloon, to replace
the one iocontly damagod by fire.
Tho sixty-foot flag of tho Amerl
can LeaKUo, recently purchasod from
J. J. Egan. was raised over tho hall
yesterday in honor of Recognition.
Tho football and lawn tennis
teams of tho Honolulu Amateur
Athletic Club will hold thoir usual
practice this afternoon on tho
E. A. Towso, is one of tho
for tho captaincy of the
second watch lu
tho police force,
tho dlschargo of
mado vacant by
A twenty-two and a half pound
bicycle is pretty light quito fairy
liko in fact. Yet ft. E. Walkor an
nounces that is the weight of his
There was a splendid surf rolling
in at Long Branch this forenoon,
and scores of bathors rovelled in tho
exhilarating brino on the sandy
beach. A big luau started thereat
"Wo Lee, Wasting and Ironng,"
is the inscription on a siuuboard
near General Graut Well. Probably
tho lack of vowels will not cause
any loss of buttons to tho patrons
of tho washoo hnuso.
The list of talont taking part in
Professor Bradley's musicalo as
Klven in another column testifies to
tho extremely great pleasure lovers
of good music will experiuueo who
attond the performance.
Bosides having been walled in, tho
pavilion at Independence Park has
had a dining hall annex added to it.
With those improvements tho placo
will bo in the lead for socinl events.
Mr. Wright's enterprise is credit
able Groat crodit is duo tho owners of
lots in the Catholiu cemetery, King
streot, for the improvement of the
ground. When completed tho
adornments of tho plots in this elty
of tho dead will bo quito an attrac
tion. The foreigu jury is terribly ad
diotcd to chewing gum Eight out
of twelve pairs of jaws woro grind
ing in the jury box at tho broach of
pronvse trial this afternoou. Why
not bite Seal of North Carolina for
U. It. Harrison, practical piano
tnd organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best faotory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
juarftntMMl to be the same as done
The country is saved, and tho ouly
chance tho honest people havo is to
buy 17 bars of soap for $1.25, and
throe packages of Tokio parlor
matches containing itO boxos, just
enough to burn up tho country.
Mutual telephone U14.
Col. Charles B. Hiuks, advance
agent of Harmston's Circus, arrived
ou the S. S. Belgio from tho Orient
yesterday. Tho circus will arrive
here on the next steamer from Japan
as Mr. Hicks has completed arrange
meuts for holding out a season here.
Arthur Whito, who is awaiting
trial ou a charge of axsault with a
woaiiou ou George Wood, the ox
pit oner of tho Cresceuts, was re
moved from his cottage at Waikiki
to tho hospital iu Oabu Prison,
The authorities did not consider the
bondsmeu sufficient surety, heuco
A cartoou of a pitched battle on
land between Japanese and Chinese
armies is displayed iu a Japaueso
storu ou Mauuakua aud Berutauia
streot . The Japanese hnvo routed
the Chinese, who are flyiug iu all
directions, hotly pursued by the
Japs. A number of Chiuoso havo
been attracted to view the illutr&
lion. They aro all disgusted aud
express tho opiuion beforo leaving
that it is a "d lie."
The Morning Star is ou duty from
ti:!M) a. in. to -1 p. ni. It is not usu
ally vUible iu tlin sky during thoao
hours as it has tiintlo a contract
with N. Urobilin who dlspeiiMH it as
a beverage for n modest fee. Then
conies the Kvcuiug Star which for
pure dellcioUHiiess aud fragrant lovo
takes the bun every eveniiig-t hough
some happy lovurs fancy it all day.
Try t hum both und umi which you
can drink most of, That's .the one
hu wauts (o sell,
Damages Awarded Again Breach
of Promise Case.
The jury returned
a verdict for
plaintiu, awarding ul damagi
awarding ul damages,
assumpsit case oi inline
vs. Antonio Cuelho. Mr. i
Davidann for rlnfnnrlnnt. cava notion
of motion for a new trial. ing mooting with Allen, a light
This foronoon a breach of promiso weight champion of California,
case Julia J. Froitas vs. Joao F. Allen, who is instructor of au nthlo
Souza came on for trial beforo i tic club In San Francisco, has had
Judge Whiting, by tho following communication with Harrington,
jury: W. H. Wilkinson, F. Lewis, J. with the result that a match has
J. Sullivan, J. Lucas, F. Hustare, J. boon arrangod to take placo within
M. Tracy, S. B. Rose, Wm. C. King, , two months. Allen will probably
j. Aiex. Livie, a. ueuee, 11. j, .James
and J. L. McLean. Kinney and
Magoon for plaintiff; O. W. Ash ford
Judge Whiting this morning re
fused the motion of Mr. Kinney, at
torney for plaintiu in Thomas Nott
vs. A. Aicuowall and others, to com
pel plain tiff to proceed to trial.
Plaintiu was allowed to discontinue
on paying $7.60 costs of Court..
THAT HAUULA 8H00TINO.
Particulars of the Act of Fahia the
Pahia, the nativo who shot tho , malo and two female, wero arrested
Chinaman in tho leg at Hauula on on Saturday week for keoplng a dls
Sunday night, was before Deputy ' orderly uoueo. The informers were
Marshal Brown yesterday. Tho three "Dutchmou" named Knudson,
bridge at Hauula was being repair- Myers and Plz. They testified to
ed and other improvement made to . having visited tho house of dofend
Government property. During tho ' auts on King streot at divers times
past few days barrels of limo and by ordor of tho pollco aftor having
other material havo boon stolen. On i been hired for such services.
Sunday night threo Chinamen woro -mm
seen about tho courthouse Tho Two swipe sellers woro "swiped"
policoman, who had been watching , by tho pollco this morning.
tho placo, ordered thorn off tho ""
premises. Two obeyed tho ordor
aHni. orJttZiiV dtsofed ; Hon WnLi' Warnor
aSKtiSBrtlCordlally Endorse. Hood'.
toring just above tho knee cap.
Fire Houso Improvements.
Considerable alterations and ira-1
provemonts aro being made at No. 1
engine house, King street. Aa addi
tion is being mado to tho north side, I
to receive a hose wagon now at tho '
Boll Tower. Cbiof Englnoor Hunt,
says this will onablo him to keep a i
full company at No. 1 houso, and j
havo tho hose always accompanying i
Thore will bo no reel on tho wagon,
but tho hose will be placod on it in i
layers. This Is tho method now gou
orally in voguo in the United States. I
It is claimed that tho hoso carries '
lightor and is quicker handled this '
way than on a reel.
In ordor to introduco Chamber-'
Iain's Cough Remedy hero wo sold
several dozen bottles ou strict Kuar-1
anteo and havo found overy bottle
did good sorvice. Wo havo used it
ourselvoa and think it superior to
any othor. W. I. Mowret, Jnrvis
villo, W. Va. For sale by Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for the Hawai
ian Islands. i
J. W. Chapman V'a'orB fr ban
quets, socials, private dinners aud
garden parties. Weddings a special
ty. Ho can bo found at all hours at
Sans Souoi or will call on auy ladies
or gentlemen who will address bitn
through tho Post OihVo.
A Strong Horse
IS TUB RESULT OF USING
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Jut ArrUed tcr "S. O. Wilder."
TALI, AKI) SUB l.'S.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
tVimer Qniu A Nnnanu 8u.
Both Tki.kimionks 121.
Al'AHTNKK IN COFrTB 1'LASTA
thin Sinull Capital ltiiiilred-Kilen
did Investment. Kiniuiru IIl'U.rtin Olllru
I of n Furnished Cot.
tao, cumplute, ut Waikiki.
J. I'. ItOWKN. !
CAMERA FOB SALE.
FlUHT-OI.AfiS WIIOI.K I'l.ATK
(Hi;nl), KutilMi Cunifrit with Kuplil
koihI wide BPf-l"
of latent I'tttifrn
Lens. Apply "' F. " '
ll'-f) lit '
IN I'lIUSUANOK OF THK TKItMH OF
I a rcrialn iimrttani.' madu by (Jhurlfs
Olrdlur to mi- nil luroimtx due him are
now puvuhlo to mti nt my oflicu, or at the
otlleuof Mr. J. W. I.uiiIuk
Ulli-lw JAMKM F. MOKOAN.
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
CT Tbls Brand fill always to
"klteaoll Oc Foteraszi, Ccnat .(jonto.
A COMING CONTEST.
Local and Imported Champions Will
Strike for a Purse.
Fred. Naylor, tho profexsionnl
Australian trainor. will begm to
morrow to train Jimmy Barnngton,
the champion light weight pugilist
of tlin Hawaiian Islands for his com
arnvo irom iqb vuwi umuu o. o
Alameda duo on Thursday next.
Tho fight will tako place in Hono
lulu and will bo for a purso.
DISORDERLY HOUSE KEEPERS.
to Pay a Fine, the
Tho disorderly houso raso was
concluded in the District Court yes
terday afternoon, and resulted in
tho conviction of ono of tho malo
I defendants. Monsieur was sent
. nnced tn tiav a fnio of $75. It will
I bo'remembered the defendants, two
The Urnl Blood iurltfs
Uon. WtlUnm 9. Warner
Fond du Uo, WU.
The following li from ex-Congrtiiraaa
W'anirr, a gentleman highly eiteemed by
all who know lilm:
"I can truly lay that I consider Hood's Sana
parllU the bMt inrdlclno foriurU)lng the Mood.
It ill'l me good lien phxlcluni and other roedt
rlnci failed. It hat Increased ray appeUU and
rented to renew my youth. Thtt It abioluUly
true." W. H. WAiism, Fond Du Ue, WU.
Hood's Pills euro Constipation by letter
tun the i litalUo action of the alimentary eaoal
HOUltON, NKWMAN 3l 00.
KnU for Haallnn tlonrt.
Are Never Ashamed of their
Mounts. Other Riders
Often Are I
99 19 1 tta 1" A pretty lljtlit wheel
aa ira un. f0r io,.i w.rk int n?
Iliut'ii the wxlclit of the machine that
11. E. Walker rides.
The "CLEVELAND" IS A GREAT SUCCESS
H. E WALKER.
Agent Honolulu, H I
L:tu?e will lm ulvt'ti
MM M. M. Till tll)H
On FRIDAY EVHXING, Au. JUst,
At lh" Tlicoiophlnil Hull, onrmr of
Nuuhiiii and Mmlno HtmtH, In
Door will otien at 7 o'clock. Ictur to
communed prumptly at H o'clock
Euliject of tlin l.erturu will he
(ootid Koiiablt. ind Good V.Hu. l
J. J. ECA1T
614 Fort Street.
Anywt 28, lH'Jft.
My Clearance Sale was a
success. It did just what I
intended, viz. : cl ared my
shelves and gave me room to
displiiy my New Goods. They
ate all open and ready for in
spection. I shall only men
tion a few leaders to-day and
I want to head the lift with
We have all the standard
brands nnd in the latest
shudis. Wo also received a
largo assortment of
Silk Gloves and Mitts,
Thousands of yards of tho
abovo goods ut reasonable
Now we havo mentioned
something that catches your
eye; these Corsets arc the
latest thing out caty, com
fortable, perfect fit, prettily
finished, and what more
need I say.
These goods are the
that over graced my
their cnnal cannot bo
1'baIN AND 1)0 IT K 1 1
Swiss Dress Goods
WIIITK AND COLOKKIl
A word all the above
goods are absolutely new, and
as tho real estate man Kind.
"If you want to gt t iu on tho
ground lloor, now in your
For business only,
J. .!. KG AN.
-"Wl S.V1, rOII.MKUI.Y UK KOItT
" HI rut, Honolulu, ImvlliK inmln mi
iiIkhiiii'iii toiuu for Ilm ln'iii'lU ol IiUitii.
illlom, nil HroiiK lut villi; i'IhIiiin iiKiilntt
miiil U'lntu uru ri(ili'Hi in p iint IIiiim
to inn at my ulllro uitlilu niKMU'i'k (rum
ilutf, uIIit uhleh llinu iiiinu ulll I m nl.
luwml, 1 II, K Kit It.
Honolulu, Auk. A lt'JI. MU-tw
2 TO t.
a f I V
5 - KiSI
it o r-w
8 i f o
H :a : CO Po p1
'' ii f , (r PmmxL
Ik just what every laily mint do who liai bought a Corset that doe not
tit her. CorfeU bought of us lit, because we only carry the popular
makes, that havo been tried and found tho correct style
Genuine P. D. Corsets,
We hare in all styles and all tires.
The R. & G, Corsets.
Extra long waist, perfect tit, In all sites.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waist,
Perfect fit for all ages, best for health, comf nt, we r and tluNb
Tbe R, & G, Summer and Narsing Corsets,
W hate In all sltei The 8nramr Corset In lust the thing for hot
Try onr 60 Cent Corset, it is a Stacner,
A fall line of sices of
Miss Corsets and Corset Waists,
Children's Corded Waists for JO Out.
620 Fort Stri-et,
Arrived per "Australia,"
French and Scotch Ginghams (new).. .10c, 2()c and 25c
Victoria Lawns (new), 10 yds for 7fic.
White Dresrt Goods (new). .10., 15o., 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c
Whito and Colored Dimities (new) 20c and 25c
Flannelletts, all colors, (new) 10 yds for $1.00
Tho old maxim
the sun" knocked out. Call
Who is now settled in
Rwong Sing Loyi
to? Clai II.. "TDoiDu Block.1
Naiad) TelA. 339
P. 0. Box 207.
Chinese, J apanese wi) Indmn (Joodh!
Indian Silks, Luces und Linens,
Juiiunese Crapes, Chinese Mutting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls und Seurfh,
Gross Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Kits.
f5?A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete lino of EnifliHh und
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OAbHMKIlKB, MNKNB. LAWNH, MUSLIM.
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hatb I
SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT
Trunks, Valises, Willow Ware,
Tahlo Cloths, Oil Cloth, Ku ., tttc.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Temple of Fashion
518 JFTort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urge luortaent of UdltV aud Chilton's Sbom.
Large Line of Summer Gooda I
UiK Una of WiniIhub at 25a Plinnelott8, 111 yank for I J.ii
Brown and Whito Oottoiih, from to 'M yarU, 11.00 per piece.
AmoHlwag UimrhuiM, 12 yank for f Uh). GoDta ami LadW Bathii.K Hulu
Silka, hatinn, SrKw, Lawiw and Dtm GoimJb of vry dnacription
Mi. Gr. SILVA, Proprietor.
411 VUUANU STKBET.
Dry, Fancy and White Dress Goods !
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc, Eto.
Km- Hi) In ami Fit Onaratilml, I'rlrrs Mo,arH. -
' Ld:u.tu.al Teleglioiie 64ai
Daily Bulletin 50
"There is nothing mw undi-r
and be convinced.
Benson, Smith & Co.'s
1I-8S CIBI St.. hip Itmitfi Jl.
j lota&l Talk 6S& p. 0. Boi 107.
LKS v our draft-
Cents por Month.