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TUESDAY, SEPT. 4. 1894.
Monday, Sept. 3.
P M 8 3 China, Wnrd, from Pan Krancljco
Tuesday, Be Jit. 4.
P M 8 8 China, Wanl, (or Yokohama and
8tmr Kinau lor Maul and Hawaii at 2 p m
Htmr Claudlnn (or ports on Mil ill at 6 p m
Btmr Mikahala (or Kauai at f p m
From San Franchco per B 8 Phlna, 8cpt
3-EOWIilt9,JasF Sevens, It Wallace,
Mrs C Boston.
For th Orient per S S China. Bept I
Mranrt Mra rnkn)ntiaiiml 3 children, M
Beya, Prof Ailclstt-In, 11) Japanese, 27 no
tuen and children; 117 Chinaman, II wo
Men and 13 children.
For Maul and Hawaii per steamer Kl
nau. Septomber 4 K-ir tho Volcinai H A
Hancock Mrs Ida llnncw-k, Mrs Turrlll, 8
II I. Penrose, I) l Wulzeti.Jr. C H l'elis, Mrs
M 1) Kendall, Mies Kendall, Mia ll.sln.
l)r Lmldlaw and wife, U H Welinoro and
wife. Way port si M'm MntRlo Power,
MIjs Aklna, W 1) Alexander, Mrs Weight,
Mrs 8 Macy. Mrs llmnhnin, D D.iwaett,
Mrs K ir Ward. Mrs W P lloyd, Ml-s Delia
Wtileht. Mrs McUrgor. Mrs K A Kr.iT,
Jos Vlerra. Peter I-ce, Mr Kniinynahl. H S
Yep I. I) Von Hamni, lco Minsmi, J 8
Mulrhcsd, Mrs U Holt, 0 McLennan and
wife, and IX) deck.
IAN rBAxrtst'o NOTKS.
Arrlrals August 231, ship Bhandon, 31
dtys; 21, bsrk Andrew Welch, 30dns; 20,
barkcntlno Inngard, 1(H days, all from
Departures Angust 20, U. B. 8. Charles
ton (or Honolulu.
Projected Departures-Be pi. 1, 8 8. Aus
tralia, chr. Transit; 2"', U. 8. Mariposa,
schr. Aloha, bk. A ml row Welch, bk. M. 0.
Alien, bktne. W. II. Dimond.all (or Hono
lulu While in Chicago, Mr. Charles L.
Kahler, a prominent shoo merchant
of Dos Moines, Iowa, had quito a
serious time of it. Ho took such a
aovoro cold that ho could hardlj
talk or navigato, but the prompt uso
of Chamborlaiu's Cough Remedy
cured him of his cold so quickly
that others at tho hotel who had
bad colds followed his example and
half a dozen peraons ordorod it from
the uoarest drug store. They wero
profuse in tholr thanks to Mr.
Kahler for tolling thorn how to euro
a bad cold so quickly. For salo by
all dealers. Benson. Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
J. W. Chapman caters for ban
quets, socials, private dinners and
gardon parties. Weddings a special
ty, lie can bo found at all hours at
Sans Soucl or will call on any ladies
or gentlomon who will address him
through tho Post OmVo.
"Wo nro not at oil surprised
at our increased trade it's
tho goods and prices that have
brought it all about. Wo
hnvo adopted tho policy of
quick Bales and small profits
it's a first rate policy for
both tho buyer and selli r. It
means TRUE ECONOMY
good things need not be high
There is a certain hard wall
of facts and figures, however,
that stands between possibili
ty and prodigal promises.
There arc certain prices below
which no good, honest article
can bo bought. Those prices
are ours if you pay less you
will certa'nly get less. This
is a plain statement worth re
membering. Wo don't know what got
into the factory for they have
sent us enough Ladies' Shiht
WajisTS to supply every lady
on these Islands. We must
get rid of them. Come in
and take your pick. They all
came on tho lust steamer and
are now designs and patterns.
You are paying more for
Cuiitains at tho public auc
tions than we arc asking. We
have NoTTixaiiAMS at $l.r0
Madhah, JJulauiox, Haw
Silk, Ouikntal, Antiques,
etc., kto., we intend that
they shall be Hnld, so now in a
good time to buy tin in. 'I he
sanm advice will stand god
through every department of
When you call, take a look
at our Tow i i.s and Towki.
uxa, (Jhktoxnks and Frit-
NlTUJtK (NlVKMXtlS, A 1-0
our roMi-'oitTCits at 1.
B. F. HULKKS & CO.
LOOAXi AND GXKEBAX KKWB.
J. A. Mehrten bos a furnished cot
tage to lot.
Thoro wero 126 Japanese left by
the China, 95 male and 31 fomalo.
ThoS. S. Australia will bo duo
from the Coast on Saturday noxt.
There was no business beforo any
of tho higher courts this morning.
II. B. M. S. Hyacinth will learo
shortly for tho Marquesas Islands.
Tho annual camp firo of Goo. W.
DeLong Post, G. A. II., will be held
.. l. .! i..l
UU IUU ,X 111QI..
Ex-hack drivors and stablo mon
aro being recruited as guards at tho
Sugar men nro happy. Besides 10
Eercont duty in their favor, tho price
as advanced a quarter to 8c.
J. F. Morgan will hold a sale of
land under forcclosuro of mortgage
at his salesroom at noon to-morrow.
C. D. Chaso has boon appointed
corrospoiiuent or tno ban r raucisco
Examiner, Chicago Tribune and tho
New York Herald.
Tho U. S. cruiser Charleston loft
San Francisco on August 20 for Ho
nolulu. She was passed by tho S.
S. China last Saturday.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu street. Lodging by
day, wook or mouth. Terms: 2A anil
W cent pr night: II nil f 1.25 pf
Thoro will be a meeting of tho
board pf management of tho lien
laul Boat Club at 7:80 this evening,
to appoint committees for tho ball
on Friday pveniug.
A tramcar drivor wants it under
stood that when he buys a paper it
does not bocotno public proporty,
and passengers aro not justiGod in
walking away with it.
Tho S. S. China left for tho Orient
at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Tho
band played on tho wharf prior to
hor departure, much to tho delight
of tho through passengors.
Tho Amateur Athletic Club held
its regular monthly mooting yester
day evening, and mado furthor ar
rangements for tho club's field
meeting to be hold on tho 2Ulh.
Mato Johnsou of tho steamer
Mikahala was arrested this morning.
Ho is chargod by a Chineso passon
gor on tho steamor with the larcouy
of a valise on tho last trip. Johusou
is out on bail.
Two Australian colonists lately
arrived and were landed without &0
each in their pouches. They aro a
pair of kangaroos iu healthy condi
tion and not esteemed as coming
under tho "daugorous porsous act.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
mid organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
cuivo prompt attention. All work
guarautuod to tie the pauih as done
Fifty Chineso and Jnpaneso boys
from 10 to 50 years of age, not above
tho best looking ones, will got 17
bara of soap for S1.2.", tho rorond
one dozen Moruiutr Star for CO cts.,
and the third MO boxes parlor
matches for 10 cts.
Jacob Kumalae, who is alleged to
have driven a horso belonging to
tho Club Stables to death on Sun
day last, will bo tried in tho District
Court on tho 18th iust. Kumalae
and two others mado two trips to
Moaualua and two to Manoa with
tho horso ou Sunday.
Stamp collectors will be interest
ed iu learning that there are to bo
many changes, both iu color ami do
sign, in tho now issues of United
States postage stamps, consequent
upon the transfer of the printing
from tho Amerk'au Banknote Compa
ny to the national Bureau of En
graving aud Printing.
Two Days for Inspection Bofore It
Judge Brunsou's furniture and
house decorations will be sold by L.
J. Lovoy at his salesroom ou Friday.
To-morrow aud Thursday tho arti
cles will bo ou oxhibitiou. Intend
ing bidders would fiud great advan
tage in seeing thorn before tho placo
is too crowded for proper inspection
ou the day of sale. There aro haud
Romo bedroom sots in black walnut,
bird'oyo maple, and oak. Kiehly
upholstered parlor furniture, divans,
bookcase, mirror hat rack, etc., iu
black waluut and oak, are to bo
seeu. Two brouzo figures - an
Italian woman street musician and a
boy iu hard study aro so lifeliko ns
to appear living at first glance.
Other attractivo articles are a clock
witli the Westminster chimes, a
mounted telescope, the Imperial
edition of Shakespeare irnrt of a
woll-assortod library framed etch
ings, etc. Some of tho finest cur
taiua over seen in Honolulu, beauti
ful damask table liuen. solid aud
plated silver wore, and rich Haviland
ware will all bo arranged to-morrow.
Tlio Haviland waro was mado to order
for Judge Bruuson, anl it is doubt
ful if ith equal has been seeu hero.
There has seldom been a finer oxhi
bitiou of household furuituro iu
Honolulu, aud it should be seen be
forehand by nil would-be bidders.
John G. Maimer Editor of tho
Sunbeam, Seligman, Mo., who nam
ed G rover Cleveland for tho Presi
dency iu Nov., 1SS2, while ho wns
Mayor of Buiralo, N. Y., is nthusi
aslfo iu his praiso of Chnmberlniu's
Colic, Cholera and Dinrrhuta lie
niedy. Ho Hays: "I have used it for
tho past fivo years and couiiler it
mo Kent preparation ol tho kind iu
tho market. It is as Ktaplo ns sugar
and colTee in this sectiou. It is uu
article of merit and hliould bo used
in every household, For sale by all
dealurt. Benson, Smith fi Co.,
Aguuts for tho Uawaiiau Inlands.
SOHTJETZEN MASK BALL.
Grotesque and Gay Scenes in Bero
tania Street Armory,
Thore was a largo crowd at tho
masquerade ball of the Schuotzon
Club last night. Tho Boretania
street armory was gorgeously decor
ntod with flags of ail nations, United
States and Hawaiian predominating,
signal code bunting, palms, ferns
and green festoons.
Prof. Berger had a contingont of
tho Government band to supply
music. Tho grand promonado was
picturesque There was uot a vory
groat variety of characters, and tho
burlesque and grotesque predomi
nated. Yet tho spectacle pleased
tho spectators iu plain clothes, who
far outnumbered tho rovolors. A
group of negro minstrels, who took
a special prize, wore giving Bong and
danco exhibitions ou tholr own ac
count. Bosidcs the prizes won as
bolow, Adolino Madeira and J. Gou
salvcs took oxtra prizes. Refresh
ments wore served at midnight, bo
sides cool lemonades throughout.
a.. KJomtno was master ol core
monies, being assisted by a largo
and willing corps. Following is tho
Best dressed lady character: hand
somo silk dross pattern. Miss Cot
ter, flower girl.
Second best dressed lady charac
ter: fiuo album. Charles Murray, as
Hawaii (dressed as a woman.)
Funniost femalo character: Turk
ish plush rug. Miss Ella Banning,
as a nativo girl.
Second funniest femalo character:
half-dozen solid silver spoons. Miss
Schafor, as Topsy.
Best sustained fomalo character:
fine pair of shoes. Miss Galloway,
as a llowor girl.
Boat "hard times" lady costume:
fivo pound box of French candy.
Finest dressed male character:
Panama hat. M. Forreira as Louis
Second finest dressed male char
acter: half dozen silver spoons. Won
by Manuel Itoss.
Funniest dressed malo character:
box of 100 Havana cigars. Frank
Godfrey as a scarecrow.
Second funniest drcssod male
character: coal oil stovo. A. Schafor
as a frog.
Best "hard times" malo character:
bod rug. Otto Ludloff.
STBANOEBS STEP ASHORE.
Some of the China's Passengers in
Town Last Night.
Tho following passengors regis
tered at tho Hawaiian Hotel ou tho
arrival or tho S. S. China:
Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. W. Howe, Cloro
laud, O.j Mr. and Mrs. 1). S. Evurson,
It Siegmau, II. T. SafTord. New
York; Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Smith, Jas.
F. Stovons, Boston; Mr. and Mrs. A.
S. Elliott, Miss Jessie L. Elliott, Wil
mington, Del ; Miss Alice M, Nee
dles, Philadelphia; Mrs. F. D. Car
roll, Miss Boston, Snn Francisco;
Itobert Wnllaco, Kohalaj A. W.
A Boston Dressmaker
Quickly Curod of tour
All Who Buffer Similarly, R
mombor, HOOD'S CURES
Jlra. F. IT. Darkar
This lady li a well-known and popular
dressmaker. Hbo eayi:
'TbcrBlmomlJtako about Ilood'i Birtsps
rlllx I want to tell liow quickly It cured me el
our ttotnicli, wlitcb liad troubled roe (or over a
year. I could not even take s wallow of water
but what I suffered from dblreaa d cldlir
Wliea I began to tako Uood'i Sarsaparllla I
could ico cood effects from tho first Hire dotes.
I continued unUl I bad taken three botUei and
bavo been entirely turrd. I clre this state
ment for the benefit of others who are suffering
similarly." Mits. 1 W. Daiuucb, m Chester
l'ark, lioiton, Mass.
HOOD'S PiLLB are thabMt sf tsrUnnsr rule
iUtUcMUon,cuieboadcb. Try a box. Me.
tUIBKON, NEWMAN A CO..
Agent for Hnwnllen Islands
CottURO ol Two Hooiiih
onposito ur. .niuur a. a
J. A. MEHUTKN.
Itnoiiis nt Kuwiilnlmii;
uiso mi Unfurnished Cut-,
iiiL-oullh Twu KuniiiH and '
lutein n on roribircti. inuniruni
ll't-lw nliou Hiore.
i. lllMlili for btllk'ln KPIJ-
tluiimn sltimteil on Hero.
IiiiiIn street, 15 minutes'
walk from I'oat Otlico.
i I WAIKIKI ON Til n
; IIhmi'Ii, romforlHlile
ijimrtirs fur emu or two Hln-
Iu I I..ill..iii..ti . lniHr.l fttt
tloimll IihIIiiiih isuiiiiii's kixxi rurimru
mlHTUln IIIH.1.KTIN OKKM.K.
Tht Pally HhIUIU HO onU fr wmU,
KID ..V..... .... .. '"; "I-" - -, i .
C0N0EBT THIS EVENING.
Large Aggregation of Musical Talent
Mr. Taylor's concert at Kaumaka
pill Church this ovouing will bring
out a groat array of professional
and amateur musical talent. Some
of tho participants will mnko their
first public appearance in Honolulu.
The program will opon with an or
gan solo on tho large instrument of
the church by Wroy Taylor. Thore
will be vocal solos by Charles Booth,
tenor; Mrs. J. T. Lewis, soprano,
and Miss Jcssio It. Axtell, contralto.
Instrumental combinations of differ
ent kinds will bo given by tho fol
lowing musicians: II. Hoitman, J.
Rosen and W. A. Love, violin j A.
Marquos, guitar, also viola; Messrs.
Heitmau and Taylor, cello; Prof.
Borgor, piano, and E. Brandt, double
bass. Miss Mclnlyre will contribute
a violin solo. The concert will bo
gin nt 7:15, and the admission will
be 25 conts.
A. M. Bailey, a well known citizen
of Eugene, Oregon, says his wife has
for years been troubled with chro
nic diarrhoea and used many reme
dies with little relief until she tried
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera aud
Diarrhoea Itemedy, which has cured
her sound and well. Giro it a trial
and you will bo surprised at tho
prompt relief it affords. 25 and GO
cent bottles for salo by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
By Lewis J. Levoy.
Household -:- Furniture
I am instructed l.y JUIKIB UHUKSON, ,
on account el tpnrtiiru, to roll at 1'iib- I
He Auction, nt my 8ili'rooin, (ru
moved for convenience of salo),
rxr unin.iv ctmrn ri.u !
VStl i' 1V1 lil 1 , UU1 i.i till,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
Elegant Honioholi Furniture and EifecU
B. W. Bedroom Sets 1
2 Klnp Oak Holroom 8ein.
One Mnplc Ilrdroom 8-t. Inelndln
One Secretary and Un-iiin) Minor,
Solid B.W. Cheffonier
lllack Walnut ilookcnio, ntid a
l.llimry of Kinliivut Authors,
Hair ami Bjirlni; Matlrciics,
Handsome Ebony Clock
With (,'lilmes ami Kbony Stnml;
Hplemlld llcrlln Urotuo Hlaluu with
KIcL'-itit lllvnn, uiiliolsteml In llk:
Holla iluliouauy Tui)lo, Moxuilto .Nets,
B. W. Hat Raok
French Plato Mirror
A l'lno Collection of Klchlnu "Authors'
Kxtenslnn Ok DIiiIiik lahlo nml Clmlrs,
Aiiimntltyof line Hfiliiml TiiM.-I.Iiicii,
bilk 1'orilurs I.ncu Curl iln,
KUer Down l'lllows,
Conipk'tu Decorated 8ets of
H a-vilanci Oliina.
Mado Keiiliilly to Order;
Klrptnt l'latwl Ijalud lion I and
Solid bllvurniid I'luleihvnre,
lie Iloz, Sufo, Kto., Kto.,
Tim A lint tillli lip ilnti'viiu rll
Uutlou to till Huluof Hluli ('Iuhh Kurnl
turn, iiitiiititilfiii mi Uk 1 1 V 1 wti a V t..l
THUUBIUY, Sept. 8th und l.th.
Liw1b J. Levey,
L. B. KERR'S
I IIAVK JUST UKUK1VKD A
LAKUK ASSOUTMENT Of . .
and Latest Styles.
TI1KHK GOODS WILL UK SOLD IN '
ANY QUANTITY PItOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough I
to Make a Single Salt !
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices! ,
L. B. KEliU, - Impoktku, ,
(JUKBN STItKKT. i
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
vr This Brand illl tliays be
XvXitc'b.oll Sc rctoraon., Ccaot jfi.rjron.t3.
THIS 18 NOT A
You have a few momenta
to spare, haven't -you? Of
court e, ou are not in a hurry
to catch a train or pay a bill,
especially tho latter. Just
cast your eye down this
column, or better still come
down to the sto-e and look
over the new lino of goods
that we have just opemd, if
you remember correctly we
advertised new goods two
weeks ago. A complete new
stock of them too. Well they
are all gone and I have n new
stock that will be ready for
inspection on your arrival.
Tho first four boxes I opened
contained nothing but French
Lawns, Muslins and Dimities,
both figured and plain. The
most elegant patterns I have
ever received direct from
Japan, Crepes, Silks and
Gut tains, Japanese Silk Ki
monos, Fancy Drapes, etc.,
beautiful Chenille Poitiers,
Silk and Lace Curtains aud
Will take placo on Sept.
lt, with a complete line of
new stock. Jtihhons, Laces,
Feathers, latest shapes, etc.
Thi department wi.l be under
the personal management of
Miss Pollen, from the States.
J. J. KG AN.
Augupt:n, 18!) i.
6 1 1
r o p
G ROC Eli FOR
(ooiid Keliablt &nd Good V.ttue. m
Is just wlmt every lady must do who has hotiRlit a Corset that does not
fit tier. Correti bought of us lit, borausn we only carry the popular
makes, that have been tried and found the correct style
The Genuine P. D. Corsets,
We hare in all styles and all sizes.
The R, & G. Corsets,
Extra lonp waist, perfect fit, In all sizes.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waist,
Perfect fit for all ages, best for health, comf itt, we ir and finish
Tbe R, & G, Summer and Nursing Corstts,
V have In all size. The 8ainincr Curset Is lust the thing for hot
Trj onr 50 Cent Corset,
A full line of sizes of
Miss Corsets and Corset Waists,
Children's Corded Waists for 40 Cents.
1ST. S. SACHS,
620 Fort Streel, : : Honolulu.
Kwong Sing Loyl
40! Clii St., "Thomii Block."
Mutual Tl. 331 P. 0. Box 207.
OhiiiuHe, Japanese und Indian Goods !
Indian Silkfl, Liicoh and Lincim,
.iHpant'Kc CrapcB, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and JScarfh,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etu., Kn-..
rS-A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English und
Ami-rienn Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
The Bark "C. D. Bryant" which is now due
Largest Consignment of Furniture
KVKH SHlP-l'KD TO A SINOLK FIKM ON HAWAIIAN HOII..
Ami will Consist of Everything Needed to Furnish
a House from u
Baby's Rocker to a
Solid Oak Bedroom Set
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Hulial 76,
Temple of Fashion
61 STort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urg Ikiurtaaat of Ladlt' nt Cklldna'i Mom.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
Liur-h line of Woolons at 26o. FlanuolotteB, 10 yards for 1 1 Ml
Brown and Vhite CottonB, from M to '20 yards, f 1.00 per plm-e.
HilkB, hatina, Sergoa, Lawns aud Dreas Goods of every description.
L. C3-. SILVA, Proprietor.
411 VUUANU STUEET.
Drj, Fancy and White Dress Goods!
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc, Eto.
QHiwMsTa SILKS yoNoftft-lCB3R,OH:-A.2SrT
Cr Stylo anil I'll (luariinter.l. I'rl.'ei Miwlcrate. -y
i J? "jf'j.'UEtl Teleiplxone 5 4 a i
Daily Bulletin 50 Conts por lonth.
it is a Sterner,
S 91-08 King St., omr Iiobiim Si
j luteal Tela. 685 P. 0. Boi Ml.