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FRIDAY, SEPT. 7, 1894
Fntmir, Sept. 7.
Am bk Martha Davis, from Comox, B. C.
Am bk Cevlon, Cnlhoun, '21 dnys from Ban
Blmr V O Hall from JInwall andMaul
Friday, 8opt. 7.
Schooner Holiert l.uwers, Goodman, for
Vessels leaving To-morrow.
Ilk 0 1) Ilryant, Jacoben, for Ban Francisco
Cargoes from Island Ports,
Btmr Kaala 1230 bags sugar, COO bags
paddy, 430 bags rice, "0 bills hides.
Th W. O Hall arrived this afternoon
The American bark Martha Davis an
rhorud in the tttaui this nflurnooii. 8hn
Is from Comox, II. (!., coal In.ten.
The American baik (lon, Captain Cal
houn, arrived to-itny ''I ilys I nun S.in
Francisco with a full enro ol I'ticrul hut
chsmllsc. Calms were met with all tlm
way, causing the lengthy pasc. hho
brought no pasietignrs. Captain ( al ho'ili
was glad to reach port.
Judge Cooper Las ordered letter a
of administration to insno to Kaili,
under SMXK) bauds, for tho estate of
l'etelo Kokol. Kntilia for petitioner.
Tho satnn judgo ordered acroiints
of tho oslatn of the late Miss Emily
E. Borry approved aud tho execu
tors discharged. ,1. V. 1'oduioro,
ono of tho oxocutors, in person.
John G. Maugur Editor of Ihu
Sunboara, Suligiiiau. Mo., who nam
ed Grover Cleveland for tho Presi
dency In Nor., 1882, wlillo ho was
Mayor of Buffalo, X. Y., is enthusi
astic in his praise of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholora and Dinrrhcun Ho
medy. Ho says: "1 havu used il for
tho past ilvo yoars and consider il
tho host preparation of tho kind in
tho market. It is as staple as sugar
and uoffoo in this section. It is an
article of morlt and should bo usod
in every household. For sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Atronts for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
We aro not at all surprised
at our increased trade it's
the goods and prices that have
brought it all about. We
have adopted the policy of
quick sales and small profits
it's a llrst rate policy i'or
both the Inner and Belli r. It
means TRUE ECOXOM Y
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 are certain prices below
which no good, honest article
can be bought. Those prices
are 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 Ladies' Simrr
WaisTjS to supply every lady
on these Islands. We must
get rid of them. ( ome in
and take your pick. They all
came on the last sti amer and
are new designs and patterns.
You aro paying more for
Cuktains at the public auc
tions than we are asking. We
have Nottingham at !?1."0.
Madkas, Bui.Aitiox, Kaw
Silk, Ohikxtal, Axtujiti-s,
ktc, KTC, we intend that
they shall be sold, so now is a
trood time to buy tlum. 'J he
same advice will stand gtod
through eviry department of
When you call, take a look
at our Towh.s and Towki.
lixo, CitirroxxKs and Fnt-
NITUHK CoVKItlNCSS. A 1-0
our CoMKoiiTnits at 1.
11. F. JCIIL1CKS & CO.
LOOAIi AITS OENKBAX NBW8. LOCAL AMU
A cow and two calves aro advor
tised as having beon found.
Tho bark C. D. Bryant is to sail
for San Francisco to morrow.
Tho St. Louis Collego is otdy
holding half-day sessions this wook.
Tho Government band will play
at Thomas Squaro this ovouing.
Thoro was another bush firo baek
of tho Katnohauioha school last
N. Breham has somothing import
ant to say on tho firewood question
Thero is a lino orohostra of oight
pieces on board tho German warship
Fresh frozen oyutors on ico will bo
received at tho Beavor luuch saloon
by tho Australia.
Mrs. Thirds will locturo alThnoso
phical hall this ovouing, ou "Univer
Thomas Quiun has been confined
to his houio through illness. Ho
was ablo to bo out io-day.
Papers, periodicals and latest
novels will bo received at tho Golden
Uulo Bazaar by tho Australia.
Thoro will bo a now boat club or
ganized shortly. Wo ought surely
to have a boom in aquatic sports.
Thoro will bo a cricket match to
morrow afternoon, between the
Hyacinth and tho Honolulu teams.
Minister Hatch introduced a bill
in tho Councils yesterday to admit
articles for tho Bishop Museum free
Tho Government street sweeper
is being utilized of ovoniugs. Tho
hand sweepers finish tho work dur
ing tho day.
Frauds M. Hatch, .Minister of For
eign Affairs, visitod tho U. S. cruiser
Charleston this forenoon and receiv
ed a salute ou returning.
Threo swipes sellers wore arrested
thin inoruinir on tho Punchbowl
slopes. Several barrels of tho stuff
wore found ou the premises.
Thoro was a largo attendance at
the sale of Judge IJrutison's effect a
by L. J. Lvoy to-day. Many of tho
articles went high for an auctiou
Tho bluejackets from tho war
ships in port, who were allowed
shore liberty ) calumny, win uavo to
return on board at 7 o'clock this
A sale of brood mares and year
lings from blooded stock will bo
held by Jai. F. Morgan at DowsettV
stables, Queen street, at 12 in. to
morrow. Mr. and Mrs. Win. G. Irwin will
give a young people's danco at their
Waikiki residence ou Tuesday nest,
as a farewell to their son Bon who
leaves for collego ou tho nest Aus
tralia. Thent will bo a danco at tho Ha
waiian Hotel this evening, given by
II. A. Widetuuun in honor of tho
German warshiiiH in port. The Ha
waiian National band will bo iu attendance.
Tho "Albion" is considered by
beer drinkers to bo tho best brand
on the Hawaiian Islands: tho Um
pire keeps it. Always froah, always
cool, drawn with a new patent Ban
As the Hawaiian Government did
not submit to the proposition for
not interfering with the soft soap
mail, Breham lias ordered two more
German men of war to enforce tho
Hale of 17 bars of soap for r !.-".
Catuariuo'a refrigerator to nrrivo
por N. S. Aiihtralia tomorrow will
contiiin clu-rrlex, plums, peaches,
aprlcolH, nectarines, grapes, Bartlett
pears, fni.eii oj-tors, crabs, fresh
Halmoii, etc., apples, oranges, lemoiiB
Thoro is a marked lull in litiga
tion following tho jury terra.
It is rumored that ex-captain
Laugloy will bo appointed as ono of
Butter, both island and California,
is scarce in town. Tho Hall and
tho Australia will havo supplies.
Chinamen havo boen flockiug on
board of H. I. G. M. S. Alexandrine
all day. Ono got into n fight and
was badly done up by a Gorman.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu street. Lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25 and
CO cents per nitrht: tl and 1.2fi pr
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
aud organ maker and tuner, can fur
uish lKst factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the same as done
THE HEALANI'B DANOE.
FAIE AND CONCERT.
Promises To Bo a Gala Evont
Aro You GoingP
Tho Healani Boat Club will take
placo in tho pavilion at Indepen
dence Park this evening, commen
cing at 8 o'clock. Tho different com
mittees havo mado all preparations
sufficient to make tho event an en
joyable, ono. Tickets havo beon soil
ing readily, and it promises to oclipso
all dances niven there. Tho pavilion
U decorated to tho finish. Manager
Paine has consented to havo cars in
readiness to convoy people home af
ter tho danco. Cars will bo run from
Independence Park to Berotania
streot, up Nuuanu valloy, and to
Waikiki aud Palatna. A foo of ton
cents will bo collected by the con
ductors which will go to tho bonefit
of tho club. As tho danco will bo in
aid of tho construction of a now
boat house, all who wish to soo aqua
tic sporH sustained in Honolulu
should attend. Tho Quintet Club
wiil play for tho dauce.
Kofso Funds for Repairing
Catholic Church Organ.
A goodly number of Honolulu
ladies are interested iu getting up a
fair and promenade concert, some
thing unusual iu Honolulu. Tho af
fair will take place ou October 2, and
prcsont indications forotell an on-
Ifirnlilo nritnl. Tlin fair will (lcnlltn
' the whole of tuo da and the con-
curt will take place iu the evening.
Such musical talent as Miis Frodor
ika Nolle and Mrs. J. Bowler has
beon enlisted aud a very lino pro
gram will bo presented. Tho fair
and concert being for a worthy ob
ject, the repairing of tho organ of
the Catholic Church, there will un
doubtedly bo a largo attendance.
THAT t HOOTING 0A8E.
Fivo Mou Aro Arrosted for Having
a Hand In It
Tho Hauula shooting affair has
been brought to a focus. Deputy
Marshal Brown arrived back yester
day from Hauula, whore ho went to
investigate tho shooting of a man
named A pan on August 20. As re
ported in lliis paper Apau was shot
at and wounded In the leg. On
complaint of Apau tho following
named havo been arrested and will
have to stand trial for assault with
a deadly weapon: Pauia, Kauiku,
Hilo, Ktikonn, Isaac Adams aud Kit-noun.
I :$m W. iff
Son of Many K. Uutij-, it Columbia, Pa.,
Suffered From Birth
With a Pevero I'orm of
" Until mr bor wa six jtu ot ngo h u
from tilrtli a trrriblr nuttrrtr from icrofu
loin Immor. Horci ouM nppc.tr on lilm and
prcml until n l.nrgrnn n tllnr and then
dlrliirK! lo1loweiltyntlier, olliftttholargr
part of til' lirxly w.n all mm mi rr an
li.niltiirv n.tM'i-lntlt' nii.rnnii l.l lost mill liiipk
of lili i-jim nrvl nii1il licsit. Tlie humor bail a
J. W. Chapman caters for ban
quets, social, privato dinners and
garden parties. Weddiugs a special
ty. Ho cuu be found at all houm at
Sans Siuici or will call on any ladies
or gentlemen who will address him
through the Post Oilleo.
Several I'ortuguobO iu tho employ
of tho Iload Supervisor's depart
ment were discharged to-day, for
not taking the oath of allegiance
Tho native employees havo been
given until to-morrow to decide
whether to take the oath or not.
Mr. Cunningham, whoso expla
nation of how he was victimized by
another paper appears elsewhere,
wishes to contradict a statement iu
the Advertiser that ho hud nppliud
for n renewal of his shooting license.
Tho license has not yet expired.
The Honolulu Amateur Athletic
Club met yesterday evening mid
changed the dato of their field day
to the first Saturday in October. Tho
scholar attending tho St. Louis and
Oaliu colleges and Kaniuliauielm
school will bo invited to participate
in the meeting.
Mrs. Bradley and Mi-3 Corney's
Firo at Palama.
A small blaze in a house at Dow
sett's Lane, Palama, last evening
brought the firo department engines
promptly to tho scone, but their
services were not required, as the
fire was put out before they arrived.
The fire was said to havo beou caus
ed bv the exnlosion of a coal-oil
stove. Ono engine ran into a horso
with a rider while going to the fire,
nt the corner of Nuuanu nnd King
streets, which resulted in the occu
pant of tho saddle being knocked
down. At one corner two engines
met under full speed, and n catas
trophe seemed inevitable, when
through the presence of mind ot
the drivers tho peril was avoided.
An eunvituess to tho last incident
caid Inst evening that tho night of
two heavy machines such as tho en
gines alluded to, approaching one
aunt her under full speed and un
aware that they would encounter
each oilier nt n narrow corner, was
That iscupod l'atlont.
It appears that the report of a
patient escaping from tho Insane
Asylum since the applntment of Mr.
Cutter is not unfounded. Tho pat
rolman who picked tho man up on
King street wanted the driver of the
bobtail car running ou King street
to turn around and go back half a
block, and wait until he, the patrol
man, found the man, and convey
him to the Statiou. The driver was
no "chump" aud could not be in
duced to go back to t lie inconvenience
of the public. Tho patrolman later
secured a Chinese hack and the
escapee was taken tc the Station.
Iu the afternoon he was returned to
Events This Evening
Concert by the Government baud
nt Thomas hoiiure.
Concert by the Hawaiian Nntiounl
band at the Hotel iu hounr of the
visiting German warships.
Dauce of tho Healani Boat Club
in the pavilion at Independence
Park at 8 o'clock.
The meeting for election of offi
cers of tho Young Hawaii aim' Insti
tute nt 8 o'clock in tho V. M. C. A.
Lecture by Mrs. Thirds at Thooo
phical hall, ou "Universal Brother
hood." Vale meeting at residence of Chief
Justice aud Mrs. Judd.
Scottish Thistle Club meeting.
Iii llmi r
tf lil pur n
ry offcmlvniHlur, nnd rnuet
We cannot tell how Hint poor hoy tuffertd ta
all thoie year. l'liilcl.ini did not tfffct a
cure. At lait 1 decided to stro him llood'i
BarAparlll.i, ai my dtugplit recommended
IL In nlxml two weeks tho 8.triap.irlll.t began
to have cITcct,. Tho (orrt commenced to heal
iipi tlioflnli heein to look more natiirnt nnd
hi-ilthy Then Urn cali r.imn off nnd nllmer
till IhhI)- new nii'l lir.illliy fleiti and skin furniKt.
When h kid Inkt-n to hotlle hi" WAicnllrelr
fn-K fmiii sure, living nnlytlM war tonhiiw
hrte thrv li.nl l-i-n. Thco hae all ilhap
prntoil. Wu ato unable to uxpreu our thank
lor the good
hat done our llttlo hoy." IlAiutr K. Ittrnr,
Hox ar.fl, Columbia. IVnnyUnnla.
UIIUD'S I'lll.l enr Cenittrstlon W rlos
tog- tb iltuttla action f lbaUinaUff uaal
HOIIKON, NEWMAN CO.,
Ayentr for Hnwnllin Istsn-1
a. ft n In
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Grin and Bear It!
I just what every lmly mut do who lins lioiiglit n Corset that does not
fit tier, ferrets bought of us fit, because we only carry the popular
makes, that havo been tried nnd found the correct stylo
The Gennine p, D, Corsets,
We Irnve In nil styles and all slzea
Tbe R, & G. Corsets.
Extra long walt, perfect fit, Iu all Mip
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waist,
Perfect lit for all ages, best for hrnltli, eomfnit, weir and finish.
The R, & G, Summer and Nursing Corsets.
Wh havo In all size. Tim Pnnimcr Corset Is nst the thing for hot
Try oor 00 Cent Corset, it is a Stunner.
A full line of sizes of
Miss Corsets and Corset Waists,
Children's Corded Waists for 40 Cents.
3ST. S. S-A-OKS,
520 Fort Street, : : Honolulu.
KwongSingLoyf SING LOT,
07 tloft St., "Tborou Block.
31-03 lint St.. 0M' liOBilu St
MatoaJ Tilt 339 P, 0. Box Z07.Mutaal Tele. 685 P. 0. Boi 101.
Chinese, Japanese and Iiulian Goods!
Indian SilkB, Luccb and Lint'tiH,
fttpiiiuiHu Grapes, ChincBc Matting,
Silk llundkurchiofri, ShawlH nnd SiuirfH,
GrartB Cloth, Rattan Chuirs, Kti., Ktct.
Tlllri ih Nor A
Min M. M.
A COW AM) 'J CAI.VKH Ltil
Owmi r can hiivi' miiio J,VT
ny api'iii.' in ii.m.uuiiiu "" v
'8 iikuml jmliitf ixi'iim' czj:
Iwii.i.NOT iik iusi'omjiiu.i: nut
Hiiy IiIUh I'diururhil liy my uiii l.;mlo
UnKur: iinitlii'r l In' utilliiiilrid to i-uIIil'I
money or nvvlpl IdlU for ino.
. llonolillti.fc'il't. I, Ib'JI. I1M 'Jw
orimnrv huIiooI. hi itn now location
on tlm Gilisoti jmuuiHus, is about tho
most utiiitrally situntud school in
town. Tho timuliors would lio (,'lnd
to linvo tho paruntH of t ho pupilH
oonio and buu tlm largo Hulioolrooin
and lltu larK ynrd for a playground.
Misappropriation of Money.
Two lihiojaoUi'ts ootuplaiutd al
tint Station this morning Unit tlioy
had bi'on robbed last night by a
man naini'd Hmiry Jamos. TIim
amount stolon was i. Tint tarn Baid
tlmy had givou tlm money to .Jamus
to si'uuri) thorn lodgings. Jamus
wont away but fadud tc oonio bauk
Tho Govnriimont Hand will givo a ' and roport. lit admits having taktiii
Hffond i-niifurt, foinplimiintarv to tlm inunoy and npout it ou "boo.o.
tho war viweols in port, al thu llolol i I'rotnising to ri'turn tho itiouoy ho
to-morrow i.vi'iiing, at 7:.'M o'clock. was roloaeod. .lamos was on tho
Tlm cuncort and ontortaiiiimmtH to j foroign jury at tlm latn torm.
tlm Chailnaloii and tho (iormati war
Hliips aro lining bunched closo to
gether, owing to tho liort May of
tlm vusaoIh in this port.
I'rof, Hradloy has removed from
ICiuiua slrcot to I'alnco Sipiarc, ad
joining tlm Opora Hoiimi. This
position in very central ami tlmro
foro most convenient for pupils who
may wNh to attend thero for les
sons. Tho I'rofessor has loUuro for
a few additional pupils, subjects
taught! organ, piano, clin-n and solo
aluging, violin and cullo,
Yon havo a IVw inomontrt
to spare, haven't yon? Of
cotnve, ) on are not in a hurry
to catch a train or pay a hill,
especially thu latter. Juwt
cast your eyu down thin
column, or butler ntill come
down to the hto o and Iook
over the new lino of goodH
that we have just open d, if
yon reineniher correctly we
advertised new goods two
weeks ago. A complete new
stock of them too. Well they
are all gone and I havu a new
btock that will he ready for
inspection on your arrivul.
Thu first four bu.s I opened
contained nothing hut French
LaMis, Muslins and Dimities,
hoth figured and plain. The
most elegant patterns I have
ever received din ct from
Japan. Crepes, Silks and
Cm tains, Japanese Silk Ki
monos, Fancy Drapes, etc.,
heantifnl Chenille Portiers,
Silk and Lace Curtains and
On FRIDAY EVENING, Sept. 7tli,
At lh" Tliiwoiililrnl Hull, corner ot
Niuixnii nml Mutlm-rtirti, In
l)oor will ojkmi nt 7 oVih'I;. Irluii' to
coiinnwirc iriiniitly nt t oVIuefc
Hulijcct of tlm I ccliirii w II he
1 1 si :u
For Sale I
A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
"Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Unfit hut little. An K(hI lii'w. Held nil
account of owuor liavuii! iln omitry
Call or nililrf
1 101 tf 107 Kliii; Strict.
Will take n llmlti'il niiinbir ol I'niilU
KenhluiKei 1,1111m Stnet.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
The Bark "C. I). Bryant" which is now due
hring to ns the
Largest Consignment of Furniture
BVKIl SIMI'I'KOTO A Ht.S'dl.K KIlt.M ON HAWAIIAN HOII
And will Consist of Kverything
a House from ;
AiU'Airrmu.Y muktino or i iik
lli.aril nf Trii'tio tif llm i ri'.n'h
Hii't-ifM. will Iih lat'l-l nt H ii. i.iiul
lli.lllliii: on WKD.NKSOAY NI.XT, tlie
IJUl llirtltllt, lit lOiM o'l'lot'k A. M.
AlllPIKIMII'lltH t(l tilt! I.V'l.llWh ninl 111-
tcrutfiiiti. In tlm Clmrii'r of tin H'Iccii'h
lloipltul lo Iih foii.lilnri"! A full utttnil
unce l ruiiiii't il IVr onliT,
r. a. hi n.i:i'i:it,
rpKNDIIItS AltK WASTKIJ KOIt TIIK
X kiipily totlir (Jiihuii'i. Ilusjilnilol (.uro
Milk lii iimiiillli' hn thu l'urvi'or niuy
from limn to tlini' onlur, lorn t rm ol iiiih
M'ur fmm iiiut iitlir ihu l.'ith liiitunt.
Toiulum Iu IiuIuui'ImI liitothiiiliiilu'ilKiiHl
nt his iiIIIl'o iiii to Vi ii'ii!oik noon on tON
DAY, the lOili Instiuit
I' A MIIAI-.ri'.ll,
Baby's Rocker to a
Solid Oak Bedroom Set
I. I. B. W, Co 'u Stunmor Luuncliod
Tlm I'UnuiiiMir of Atiut ft Ruy:
"Tlin htiuiinor liyns wan Inuin-lii'il t
I'ort Hlnltnly Inst niilit nt liiifli
wntnr. Tlm vonsul will I'oinn to K.'in
rrniifiHi'ii fur lior inm-liliniry. Sim
n inti'iidi'il for t ratio iiiiioiik tlm lln-
wiillun iHlaiuls ulmii i'oiniiitiil,"
Tills in tlm now hunt for tlm Intur-
IhIiiiiiI Slo.itn NutlK'itiuii C'tunpaiiy,
wliii'li t'nitalu Uoilfrny, tlm iruxi-
liont of tlm for iior.it Inn, hna i;onn to
I tlm Co:ut to brliiK tlown,
Will take place on Sept.
1st, with a complete line of
new stock. Kilihons. Laces,
Keathern, latest shapes, etc.
This department will he under
the pi ivoual nulling! nu-nt of
Mi.ss l'ollcii, from the Slatun.
.). ,). KCiAN.
A NICK KUIIN1-HKI)
I'ollllKt' Ot I HO ItOOIIlH
oiioltu Or. MliurB. A-
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Molual 76.
Temple of Fashion
616 Fort Stxeat.
l.iMiuiH at KitHiiliihuu,
uifo tin llnlurulslii'il Cut. ,
tncu with 'li liiioiiib uuil '
hitvlieli on Mirlbirrfl. iiiiiiiirnoi
t). (1 Kit IX,
A I. A Hi, K KliltNlKlir.il
Itoniii for muvli' p'ii
llltllltlU IlitUHtl'lt Oil II. Tf-
Inniit Htrivt, In niliuiifn
VMilk from l'ot Olhru
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urge Auortment ol Ladlti' ind Children'! Sbnu.
Large Line of Summer Goods !
Laiko Hub of Wooluun at 2T)o. PlnnimlottoH, 10 ynrd. for f l.IKi
Urown and White Cotton, from S to 20 yards, $1.00 iwr uiooe.
Amonknaff Oiiif,'hnmB, 12 yards for $1.00. QtMita'aud Ladms' Batbinit Smu
Silks, Sntius, Surs, Lawns and Urnas Goods of ovnry dosoription.
JJL. GK SILVA, Froprietor.
411 NUUANU STKRE1.
Dry, Fancy and White Dress Goods!
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc, Etc
I 3Li K
V O N Q
1 it I'Miui' HuiMlliK.
run Tin; iikmovai
Wulcliumkur, l'oit tnt
I NNAIMKI ON TI1A
i Ili'hPli roiiilorliihli'
iU.irii'rn lor oiik or tvtn Kin
uli' liunlloiui'li. Imiiril lii
tloiutlj l.ltlilll liirllllliia KOiHl. hir iUII
lliui If IUM.I.KIIN OKIMI'K
7V IMIv Hull'tin 6(1 cult tr nith
gmT" Stylo ntul I'll (liinruntfiMl. I'riivn MiMi'Ml. M
" M:u.t-u.eLl TelejDliorio 54S "Xft
Daily Bulletin 50 Cents por Month.