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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5, 1894
Btmr Fclo from Mnkfuvell
Wednesday, Pept, f.
U B B Chnrloton, Coflln, 11 days from San
H I O M S Arcona Hoirtnclcr, ao ilavs
from C'nllno, IVru
8tnir Jainei Mnkcc (nun Knnni
Btmr J A Ciimiiiini from Koolnu
Wi UNnotiAY, Sept. B.
Btmr Jas Mnkre fur Knpatt and Klluuca at
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
AmbktneSN Castle, Hubbard, for San
Btmr 1'clo for Koloa nnd Wnlmei
Cargoes from Island Ports
Btmr 3m Mnkee 330 bapi paddy, 30 ba
rice and H pkits MimirltM.
Btmr J A Cinnmtns 100 lugs rleo.
BtmrJVlc COob.iBf" ii?ar.
From Kt:.ia per stmr Jn5 Maker, Sept 5
Win Kinney mid tl deck.
For Man), per stmr Clnnllnc. Srpt -1
Major J )1 Vodclioiio. wlfi-nnd '.' lUntdi
t-rs, O V Wilder m.d ivlf.-, l)r Wood, Mm
Mrs K W Ktfi, F 8 Dunn, II 1) Mitchell,
U ail-, (1 P llnr l, J P founder-, wifo
auduhlld, 11 P lluldwln, Miss Lovcll, A
For Knual pr xtnir Mlknliulii. 8-pt I
J II Alexander, Mrs Alexander, A Itnlilti.
on, A O M IUiImtikhii, J Niiiiii, Ml-i Wp
her, C W Aohford, MUt llrneu, Mm l,lml
pay, Mls lllxkc Mm Smith, .tntotiu Uoa
and Paul Neumann.
The aicamcr l'ele will leave for Koloa
snd Wnlmca to-morrow ntirnoun with
The barkentlno 8. N. Oaatlo took In MW
bag of Migar from the Pclo thl- morning
ana (his afternoon reodve.it HW ba from
the. J. A. Cummins. Captain Hubbard ex
pects to get nway to morrow.
The IlMtlstmhlp Itoyal Tar, more gen
erally known as tho Atutrnlliiu ImmlKinnl
yoskcI, broku the record on lit-r trip from
Newcastle, N. H V., n tlili port, luakitiit
the pa-nage In tlilrty-llvo ilnv.
The ateamcr IVIo nrrlrcd from Maka
well uiterday with fi)) IwRnof nj;ar. Hie
Itft 20 batts b-hlnd on account of belni;
hurrlod hither In order to catch tho Mlkn
hala, which sailed yesterday, carrying an
answer to a meswge.
Irvluff M. Laritnorc.pl) vnical diruc
tor of Y. M. C A., Des MoImi, Iowa,
saja ho can counuloutloitiilr rcrom
mud Chamborlain'fl 1'aiti Balm to
athletes, gytnuaftlB, Bicyclist, foot
ball plovers nud tho profession In
uunural for bruises, sprains nud dis
locations; also for soriMU'ss nnd stiff
ness of tho muscles. When applied
before tho parts becoinu swollen it
will vffoct a euro in ouo halt tho
timo usually required. For salo lijr
all dealers, Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
J. W. Chapman caters for ban
quets, socials, private dlnuurs aud
gardon partios. Wedding" n special
ty, lie cau Iw found at nil hours at
Sans Soucl or will call on any ladies
or Kontlemon who will address him
through tho Cost OlhVo.
LOOAL AND QKNEKAIi NEWS
Tenders oro wanted for tho re
moval of a frame building.
Mrs. Singer has a notice in this
paper regarding her business.
Chief Justice Jttdd visited H. B.
M. S. Hyacinth this morning.
Thero will be threo German war
ships in Honolulu in a few days.
The boat boys will do a rushing
business during the next week or so,
Mrs. Thirds will lecture Friday
oveuing on "Universal Brotherhood.
Tho U. S. cruiser Charleston, nn
old acquaintance hero, has arrived.
Tenders aro wanted for tho supply
of iittre milk to the Queen's Hospital.
Two carloads of beef cattle were
brought up from Ilonouliuli to-day
by tho railway.
Tho sailors on tho Gorman war
ship Arcona woro allowed shoro
liborty this afternoon.
Major J. II. Wndehouso, wifo and
daughter left for Maui on tho steam
er Claudino yesterday.
John K. Wilder's many friends aro
glad to seo him out again after his
sovero attack of illness.
Jack Tunoy, who waskettlo drum
mer In tho 1. G. band, is a blue
jacket ou the U. S. S. Charleston.
Thoro wero f7 deaths in August,
or about the average for tho same
mouth in five years, including this
A quarterly meeting of tho Board
of Trustees of tho Queen's Uopital
is to bo held Weduesday, at 10:30
Jns. F. Morgan will sell stovo?,
ranges and gratdto agateware at his
salesroom to-morrow at 12 o'clock
Tim Mnnuerchor Harmony club
will hold its weekly rehearsal in tho
hall over tho Pacific Saloon this
Tho government bautl is giving a
concert for tho benefit of tho patients
of tho Queen's Hospital on tho
grouuds ibis afternoon.
Ed. Suhr, acting Imperial German
Consul, went on board tho German
warship Arcona thin afternoon, nud
was olllcinlly recognized.
CHARLESTON IN PORT.
Wo aro not at ull Mtipriscd
nt qnr incroasud trade it's
tho goods and piietn that have
brought it all about. Wo
have adopted tho policy of
quick Bales and Binall prolitn
it's a first rate policy for
both the bii) or aud selK p. It
means TRUE ECONOMY
good things need not be high
Thero is a certain hard wall
of factH and figures however,
that stands between possibili
ty ana prodigal promises.
There aro certain prices below
which no good, honcht article
can be bought. Those prices
aro ours if you pay less you
will certainly get less. This
is a plain statement worth re
membering. We don't know what got
into the factory for they have
sent us enough Ladikk' Siiiut
WAJbTS to supply every lady
on these Islands. Wo must
get rid of them. C ome in
and take your pick. They all
came on tho last sLatncr and
are now de-igns and patterns.
You are paying inoro fur
Curtains at tho public auc
tions than we are asking. We
have Nottinoiums at !?1.j")0
MADItAS, ItULAIIION', li.VW
Silk, Oimkntai., Anthjui-s,
ktc, ktc, wo intend that
they shall be s.-ld, so now h a
good time to buy th in. 'I lie
bume advice will stand good
through evi ry department of
When you call, take a look
at our Town. ami Towki.
i.in;, Cur.TONST.s iiml Ft it
KiTtiti: CnvuMNiis. Al-o
our Co.Mi'ninT.in at $1.
B. P. lillLliuS & CO.
More Grm and suro tho baud of
courage strikes, when it obeys tho
watchful eye of caution. Drink
Morning aud Evening Star.
U. S. Consul-General Mills ofli-
cially visited tho U. S. cruiser
Charleston this afternoon, and was
accorded the usual salute.
Cyclists aro alwavn welcome to
tho "Cleveland" Bicycle Agoney.
Merchant street, where they will tlud
a complete file of tho latest cycling
Tho only busiuoss transacted in
tho District Court to-day was ou
Hue of $3 for avault aud battery
and a sentence of $2 fine for drunk
euuess. Deputy Marshal Brown has gone
over to Koolnti by way of Nuuauti
Pall. It is reported ho has gone to
investigate into tho Hauula shoot
Tho German man of war will die
late to the Hawaiian Republic not
to interfere with tho soft soap man
to sell in futuro as heretofore his 17
bars of soap for $.'2.
Tho Young HawaliauH lustiluto
will meet in tho Y. M. C. A. hall up
stairs at 7:110 o'clock this evening
for election of ollicers to servo for
ono year. A full attemlanco is expected.
G. O. Nucayama, wifo and family
loft by tho S. S. China yesterday.
Mr. Nncayama was in the cavalry
service in former yearn, and it is be
lieved he has been ordered home by
the Japanese Government.
A patient of tho Insane Asylum, a
Gorman by birth, was picked up on
tho street by a patrolman this fore
noon and taken to the Police Sta
tion. This is the second escape
xinco the term of tho new incumbency.
G. R. Harrisou, practical piano
uut organ maker and timer, cau fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re-
ceive prompt attention. mi wort
iruarauteed to Im the same as done
There is not a gleam of intelli
gence in tho Judiciary Department
to day, except in tho cheerful faces
of the clerks and in the stnid de
meanor of Judge Cooper, who is on
deck ready to entertain writs of
certiorari, habeas corpus, mandamus,
or any other outbreak of litigious
Customs ofllcer Hammer had a ii -
tic altercation with a number of
Jans yesterday at the Paeillu Mail
wharf previous to the S. H. China's
departure. Both sides suffered, tho
Republic's employee coming out of
the scrap with n damaged uose.
The Ruhiootfl of tho Mikado loft the
field with dirkened optics.
Tho Cruiser Arrives from the Coast
On Her Way to China.
Tho U. S. cruiser Charleston, Cap
tain Geo. W. Collin, arrived in port
to-day, ten days from Sau Francisco,
and has tho honor of being the first
United States war vessel to salute
tho Republic's flag. The Charleston
left tho Golden Gato on August 20,
at 0 a. ru., and mado half tho passage
under two-thirds power and tho re
mainder under half-power. Pleas
ant weather was experienced
throughout. Quito an agreeablo
opiodo occurred on the passage
hither, when tho 5. fc. (Jlnua met
and passed the Charleston on Satur
day last. Tho wives of soveral of the
ollicers were on tho China on their
way to China. Passing at talking
dlstauco tho officers conversed with
their better halves uutil the China
loft tho cruisor. Lieutenants Alex.
Sharpe, Jr., and W. S. Sims, and
Assistaut iiugineer v. r. iioitnes,
formerly of tho U. S. S. Philadel
phia, are on tho Charleston, and
will bo welcomed and feasted by
their many Honolulu friends during
the cruiser's stay in nort. Tho men
wero paid off shortly after tho
cruisor came to anchor, and they aro
in high spirits in expectation of bo
lug allowed shoro liberty. If liberty
is allowed tho men by tho U. S.
Minister tho ship will probably
mako a stay of ten days. If not she
will ouly bo hero about four or live
days, a sutlicienl length of timo to
take iu what coal is needed.
The Charlestou has mado an ex
tensive travel since she was here
last. Earlo D. Sims, tho ship's
writor, who has been ou tuoUharlov
ton for three years, has kept a jour
nal of the ship's travelling which is
qulto interesting reading. Tho
Charlestou has boon to San Fran
cisco, New York, Mexico, Lima,
Peru, Guatemala, Valparaiso. Chile,
Montevideo, Uruguay, Barbadoes.
and back to Now York, aud took
part in the grand naval reviow on
April 27, IH'.KJ. She was ordered to
Sau Francisco and on arrival was
dispatched to Ilio du Janeiro, which
port sho reached on Sept. 2T, 18M.
She stayed thoro six months. While
there during tho Brazilian war she
tired into the insurgents for inter
fering with U. S. commerce During
a stay of ouo mouth iu Peru tho
Charleston's cutter was entered iu
several races and won them all, tho
crew raking in between .515,000 and
$20,000. Tho Germau warship Ar
cona was thero at tho time and her
crow presented tho Charleston's
crow with a flag. Tho Charleston
was rushed to Mare Island during
the recent strike and after a stay of
ono mouth, during which timo sho
has had a general inspection aud
overhauling, sho came on to Hawaii
ou her way to the scene ol the Japan-
China war. She has thirteen appren
tices ana lour cnltbtcd men trans
ferred from the Philadelphia. The
following is a full list of her present
Captain Geo. W. Coflln.
Liout..Coinm'd'r-V. II. Reeder.
Lieutenants G. A. Calhoun, Alex.
Sharpe, Jr., T. D. Grillln, V. P.
White, W. S. Sims.
Ensigns-C. S. Williams, U. E.
Surgeon J. A. Hawko.
Chief Engineer G. J. Buruap.
Paymaster C. W. Slamm.
Passed Assistaut Engineer S. II.
Assistant Engineer J. 0. Leonard.
Paused Assistant Surgeon W. F.
AsHistaut Surgeon II. G. Brod
rick. Assistaut Engineer W.T. Holmes.
Lieutenant Murines -B. S. Neu
inan. Chaplain W. II. I. Rertnoy.
, Cadets -E. R. Pollock, W. G.
i Powell, J. P. J. Ryan, L. J. Magill,
W. S. Chrosley.
Euginoor . B. Pucguot.
Gunner G. Cros.
Carpenter W. F. Stevenson.
Pay Clerk-K. J. Grilllu.
A. Boston Boy's Eyesight
8avod-Porhnpo His Ltf
By Hood's SarsnpnrlHo ntood Poi
soned by Canker.
Read the following from a grateful norhwt
' Sly llttlo boy had Scarlet IVrcr when A years
olil.nnd It left htm very weak anil with blood
psltonrd vrllh canker, till ere becsm
so Inflamed that hi I sutler luci wero interne, ao4
for seven necks ho
Could Not Opon His Eyes.
I took Mm twice during that time to the Eys
and Ear Infirmary on Charles street, but their
remedies failed to do Mm tho faintest shadow
of Rood. I commenced citing hua Hood's
ftmnti'irtn.i nnd It soon eitrrd him. I hats
never doubted tint It nrd hi !!!. crea
If net hl vrrr lift" Yml may Uso this tes
A Ot'AllTKItl.Y MKIiTIKO Ol' lUH
fV. iliuril of Tm-li'o of tlm Ui'iun'm
HcMNiW. will lie held nt tlm llo.iilial
K'.lllliiK on WKDNKBDAY NKXT, tli
12' h liiNtnnt, nt 10:,",0 o'clock a. m.
Aiiieniiiiii'iiiN to Hih Ity-Iiws piul nl
t'Tii'lons in tlm Cliurti-r of tlip it-en'
Ho(Hnl to Ih conililurcil A full attend
mice I.h rmiu'ititl IVr nnlcr.
i". a. Kt'iiAi:Ki:it,
rpK.SDIIItrf AUK WANTKI) FOIt TIIK
1 Miiily to tin. (iii'en'n Hospital of i-um
Mill; iu (iiiiiiillk'n us tlm l'iirvnor nuiy
fnun tiinn to time order, for n t nil of nnn
c"ir fnun unit nftur ilm lft! Ii limtmit.
'I'l'llillTrt to tiilliaild.il III tu tll ll1ldorBi;iit tl
t liN olllco up to VI n'oicick noon ou MUX-
V A hOIUKrKU,
tlmonl.nl In nny ny ynn chooso. lsmuwsys
rcaay to sound mo praiso 01
because of tho wonderful good It did my son."
ArntK V. Ulackmax, 2883 oshlnston St,
Uoitcn, Mass. Oct HOOD'S.
HOOD'8 PlLLS ' hand nt, and r I4S
tct In eetnpoillUo, propotllon and appMnaoSa
HOHUON. NKWMAN A CO.
AK'utx for llnwnllsn Islands
Title) IH NOT A
You huvt u few inomcntH
to npuru, Imvun't youV Of
coutvo, jou aru not in a hurry
to catch a train or pay a hill,
especially the latter. Just
cant your eye down thin
column, or better Htill come
down to the Ktoo and look
over tho new line of gooda
that we have iust open- tl, if
you remember correct')' we
advertised new goods two
weeks ago. A complete new
stock of them too. Well they
are all gone and I lmv' a new
fitoek that will he ready for
inspection on your arrival.
The fust four boxm I opened
contained nothing but French
Lawns, Muslim and Dimities,
both figured aud plain. The
most elegant patterns I have
ever received din el from
.Japan, Crepes. .Silks and
Cm tains, JainineHe Silk Ki
monos, Fancy Drapes, etc.,
beautiful Chenille l'oiliers.
Silk and Lace Curtains and
Grin and Bear It!
Is just what ovcrv lady niut do who lias hongtit n Corset that does not
fit her. Comets bought of ns lit, bemuse we only carry the popular
makes, that have been tried aud found the correct style
DAY, tliu lOili iiihtuiit
Honolulu, bi'pt. !, IKH.
l.Tture will be kIvoii
Mn, M. M. TUlltDH
Money is mmlo by Btti;ar. Stinr
is made, largely, by tho lluntlry
breaker, The Hendry hronkor ih j
lender of a lare line of arieulttiral '
iinpletuontH Fold by the Hawaiian
Hardware Company. Oilier articli's 1
of liotiKeliold mid ierftona use will '
he found mentioned in tlioir column, '
but to know their vast Htonk you
inut look through tlioir Htore and ,
A. ,M. Ilnilev, a well Iiimiwii citizen
of Kutfoiio, Oregon, nayn Ii'h wife lias
for years been trotibleil with ehro
tiie tliarrlid'a ntl tifed many reme
dies wild lillle ri'llnf iiulil hIui tried
Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera aud
Diarrhom !tmcily, which lint cured
her Kiiutid and well, liive it i dial
and you will be Hiirprn'i'd at tin
prompt relief it a(l'.rils. 'J.'i and Ml
en ut bottles for hale by all dealers,
ItmiKoii, Smith A; Co., At,'out for (ho
i Hawaiian lhlumln.
On FHIDAY UVRNING, Sept. 7th,
At IIih TlieoHOiilili'iil II nil , corner ol
NuiiMim nmi Jliirlim bluets, In
Doors will open at 7 0'c'ock. Lecture to
uoiiiiiiiMU'u rumptly nt H o 'cluck
Knlijcct ol tlm Lecture will lie
Will take place on Sept.
1st, with a complete line of
new fitoek. Kibbons, Laces,
Feathers, latest shapes, etc.
Thii department will be under
tlm ptrsonal intiuagcment of
Miss Pollen, from the States.
,T. .1. EG AN.
Aiitfiiht HI, 18!) I.
The Genuine P, D, Corsets,
We have In all styles and all sites.
Tbe R, & G. Corsets.
Extra long waist, perfect fit, in all Mies
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waist,
Perfect lit for all aes, best for health, comtjit, wetr and finish
The R, & G. Summer and Nnrsing Corsds.
J W- have In all then. Tlm Hnminer (Virvt is ut the tlittiK tor hot
Try onr 50 Cent Corset, it is a Stanner.
A full line ot sizes of
Miss Corsets and Corset Waists.
Children's Corded Waists for 10 t'enfc,
620 Fort Street, : : Honolulu.
KwongSingLoyf SING LOY
01 tlDi 8l "Tnumii Bluet.'
S1-8S KlDft St., our imiiiM i
y k .ki jai v '
Rotaal Tela, m P. 0. Box 207. Mutual Tele. 686 P. 0. Boi 107.
UhiiittHe, JiiputiCHO md Indian Goods !
Indian Silks, Luces and Linens,
liipaueNc Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Seurtb,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Ktc, Kt
Kl'l.l 1,1 NH .If
Silk and Cotton Drs.4 Gn,Hh.
A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete lin of Knirlish nnd
American 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 Hark "C. D.
-OF rOMI'I.KTK Tm ,
Made by Yamnuiy nl ViK"i,rtin
IV Whrn yon are In nrnt nt 4m Ilm
of Jaiane (looits, rW uh llrni -n' and
ava gnliiK all around town.
aoa aroxt St, zxox Cuetom IIoum
to us the
is now due
Largest Consignment of Furniture
BVKIt HIIIITKl) TO A SINOLK KIKM ON HAWAIIAN HOM..
And will Consist
a House from
Needed to Finnish
For Sale I
Used hut little. Ah pood a lifw. Bold on
account ot owner iravlnt: tin imntry.
Oft- Call or aiMreii
1101 tt 107 KIiik Ktnet.
e TO .A. "M..
IK) not forxet tin- tlirn-1 riim up
152-Matnal Telephone 152.
is still iriarrd U) rupalr Onrili-n Hose.
Sprinklers, Water Tups, Klliiiu Haws and
4haniiliiK all klmln tooln, Inrludlnu (.'arv-
Will Wk a liinltiiil ii'iinlicr of 1'nplU
Corner Nuuaua A Hotel StreMi
New Goods! New Goods!
ItWHIVKD lY BVKKYHTKASIKK
Silk Dress Goods,
Uiwii Moweru a
iiiecialty. Also Hettlng (linos, in fact all
klndaof JnlihlnR wnri rnWf" for ami N-
a nh'K i'uiisi.iihn
iltiiuu (it Thii Uiioik
oiiponitu Dr. Miners. Ap
f I . IfffPlf ll'IIL VT
ll'.T Iw lUrntHiilu ctrrrl.
Baby's Rocker to a
Solid Oak Bedroom Set
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutual 76.
lulili'ii''u! l.llilui Street.
JOHN T. BROWN,
limili'r in lluiMill.tn mid I'uri'liiu l'iini:i'
htainp-i. I'. O. Ilux III, lloiiiiluli).
lllKi.i'xt prli'ix nivfii fur I'nuxid nnd IViil
llimiuliili himnp" in lailimip" for nth- r
iH.mitrl. fnun llrnl.t'liiiis iippinviil hlii'i'is.
HliuulH fiirvnirilfd to mi)' purt ul tliu IbIuiuI.
on iipiilli'iitlon with lo'Mi ri'fi'rriii'o.
J I . II Is opvu tu nn tt any tollii'tiirs liy
- A I.I. COI.M(H-
JAI'AN'KSK SILK CKAPK,
I'liitn Bint llriH'inleil,
JAI'ANKHK CorrtlN tlll.M'K
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts
hllk llluilnik Mtlk .Sri'ktlS,
ttaiKtkriOilrfh hlmwl", HiiMihh
hoHli'ry nnd tiliiiulfi-h
JapHli.'t- I'nisx IInmiIuio Hon iiih.
IV ii Hutu, Hem il I'ots, Kin.. Kt.'.
Prices Cheaper thau Ever I
li.MIII.M Ht KlIWIlilllllKl,
iiihii nn Unfnriilblii'il t'nt
i.il'u with '1'vm. tiooiim mid
Mtciitn on rort nr.ti. im mru 01
0. (I Kit l
ll'J'Hw- Hum Hion
Temple of Fashion
ei S'oxrt Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urge Aaaortment of Ladlai and Cblldran't Bboaa.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
Law lino of Woolonu nt 2To, Flnnnulottos, It) ynrda for f 1.111
Urowu ami White Cottona, from 8 to 12(1 ynnlH, $1.00 pi-r tiiecn.
Ainoak' UiuihamB,12 vanln forfl.Oo. Unnta'aml Ladiea' UatbtiiK Suiia
Silka, Saturn, Surgtta, Lawua ami Dreaa Goods of ovory deauriptinu
la.. O. SILVA, Proprietor.
411 SUUANU STUBKI.
Drj, Fancy and White Dress Goods!
1 I.AKHK rilllNIKIIKK ifluj ' , ,.
!ALiux.tiiap i Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc., Eto.
1 IhiiI.I air,.,. I l(i lllillllll-H1 l-'Jr!lj I J I "l ww.
, ! walk Irimi I'ost Ollli'o. Ailit'fss l!.,'
f o w q a is
V I AlhlKI ON Til f.
; iWwU rimifnrlalili'
I iinritrt. for linn or two Hln
hIh (IpiiiI.-ihoii: l.imril in-
Hoiiul, Imtlilinr fHi'llllli Kood
ill HrmiiM liirt
IllVltl HHI.I.KTIN IIKKII'K.
3 i l k: s
(V Hiyli' mid I' It (Inurmit.'i'il. I'riiv Moilrrnir, -
" MlTj.tu.ELl Teleiolione 542 x
Daily Bullotin 50 Conts por Month.