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in an otoolrlo car wlllt tnorp limn
thirty passenger?, by t1miro.'khiMI
tfce trollny wire aud' iU giltin en
tangled with tho car. Iu tho fii-rco
strugglo to escftuo (rum dnuRor not
one escaped witli whole clothes and
several wero injured in person.
TRAGEDY IN KONA.
Fatal AYay Is Oaupnd by Ap
Tim steamer V. G. Hall,
HEronT nt admmal vvLKi:n,
Rear Admiral J. O. Walker has
personally at Washington handed in
his report on Hawaiian alTairs. It
is said by a correspondent to bo
"doubtful whether tbi report will
over be made, public for t he reason
that it contains numerous references
to diplomatic occurrences wliMi it
is said aro of such n nature that
arrived yesterday irotn wumwanl,
brings tfie particulars of tho conflict
hitlwccu the ilnps and natives in
Ivona. Tho affair took placo on
Monday, September 3, and tho parti
ciiiar?. as gathered from a letter re
ceived by a Kentlomau in towu, aro
There is aeompauvof natives who
call theiiKclves tho "Hui Kui II."
This hui levied several acres of land
from the trustees of tho Kameha-
they would b" liable to arouo the j uielia School, a committeo of threo
ire of tho uationr to whom thev re- f tho Ioeo3 having been in town a
fer. It is underitood that the re- i f v. weeks ago in eonneelion with
pott refers (o tho friendly relation ' 1 1-e leasing of the land. The land ih
which oxist between Great .Britain i dividnl up into small parcel- and
and the Hawaiian royalists. ' each member of tho hui has a Utile-
"Affairs at tho island were cptiet ' an.i fenced in, upon which ho plants
at tho time of Admiral Walker's de- eolfeo. ,1. Keanu was one of these,
pnrturo. It is, I undcrtaud. him'- It appears Keanu sold his kiileaua
uver, that in view of this apparent to a man named On par, without
f..llntr nf armiitttiv hut m.i'ii tlm i liolifviiiL' the head or tiiati.ii'er of
Hovaftts and tho Knlih Gowrii- j the liui. Ou Monday. September IJ, ;
ment the ronort recoumieiids that a : Uaiar to.-k hfteen Japs with him . CLbii
United Static warship Iw kept at t to tlm phce to pick the bernes. , n tXfl band
. J-tM . ! M 1 I I llll r. 11111 Till 1111 I V ! II l'lll I b I llll lllllllllliri .Ilill
doubt that the new republic is able li ldto Mop. They did Tor a while, not king, it s the money it
to withstand ny fono that the when Gapar urged them to con- brines : the hiuher the price
Koyalists mav briug against it. I tinue their work. Ho becnuui so iu- . .,
"Tho greater portion of Admiral homed at tho interference that ho the greater the llllltiencc.
Walker's report is derotd to a de i told the .laps that, U any polico oil ; tr i suffered durinir
joription of 1VI harbor atid the "..-rs cametoarrestthem.theyshould J-vcrjoiiMias suuiti uunnj,
advantages it poMcc 03 a -ite for ti" the ollicers up to a tree or Mouo
n coaling station. It it tiaiWutoed them. ...... , ,.
that tho Admiral earnest 'y rccom- The maiiager, D. H. Kahaulelio,
monds thai the United States begin sent for police oflieors. When the
to drtdge the hubor and otherwifo i latter arrived the Japs began pelting
ttrnunr.. II. f.ir n ..mllm. l.-itiiin with. ' tllem with tOlle.S. O'lO native Olll-
l..r.... ... .... .. -..- - ,
cer wns sirneii in uiu sine nun iui
his rib wero btokeii. Cho olllroM
1IC(IMMI, Sept. r,, ISO.',.
The talk about celebrating,
torch-light processions, etc.,
over the action of the United
States in regard to Hawaiian
aff.iirs is sheer nonsense !
What's the use? Better use
your kerosene to jubilate over
the Tarifl Hill becoming a law.
It is favorable to the interests
of Hawaii and ample reason
for jollification, btrbecuing and
clam baking. Forty percent
on sugar and the planter and
merchant will loin the. "pro-
" and scramble for seats
wagon. Sugar is
out further delay."
the past two years through
tariff legislation in the United
States, but the people here
have borne up under the afflic
tion wilh commendable pride.
larf and varied stock the undersigned would
particular attent'on to the following:
..oiiiiritfti California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
Kg t addition to our usual stock of these we aro now
currying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
Th'Ho are ench possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders I
RDWAY & PORTER, Leading Pnroiturw Dalrt
f the Hawaiian Islands.
obiiinou Block, between Fort and Nuuauu.
igbt hnnU in of Hntwi tiwt going w
irect iinporteiB of
irt cheap for eash
We hare on hand
icker Ware, Sofas, Hocking Chain.
ill you call and price lhe ond
nylbuiK Ton waul in Dinluif-rooni ruriiittii
nythlnB yon want In BwlriHtn Fiirniturw
No. I. Aln In (lock nt Inn cittnnr
rinncl" nnd Halt Ilnrreli.
Tho Count of Pnrls is dying.
Belgium is putting American c.it
tie under i forly-Cvo dajB quarnti
Thrt Drilifih gnrriuu is jireparhig .
to leavo Cyprus tho reasons being ,
.military and not political.
Cuoicra is not uectf.isuigtu vaiier
Austria or lielgiiiiu. nnd there are
many noiv ces dally in Uermaiiy.
Iu the International l'cnco Con
gress at Antwerp nu American di'le
gatnnpoke at length on the growth
of arbitration ns a pyinptom that
tho most highly civilized nations
woro preparing to giro up war.
A regiment of Cossacks at Teielt,
a govornmont of lttifsin iu the Cau
casus, became mutinous. The loyal
troops surrounded them ami thirty
of tho leaders wero made prisoner.
Tho ringleader of the mutiny was
knoutod to death.
Tho Cunard liner Campania has
brokon tho eastward record, making
tho passage from Now York to
Queoustowu in 5 days 10 hours l
minutos. lier sister ship, tho Luea
nia. has broken tho westward tecord,
'which had been made by tho Cam
pania. OTHER LANDS.
Hongkong has been declared free
Tho King of Slain is very ill of
fever from taking too much chloral.
Peruvian rbel forces are Mill
active, although President Caecros
says tho rebellion is practically end-
Tho Government of tho Trail
vaal, South Africa, i being urged lo
placo a tax of 7J percent on liritish
Chiueso marauder murdered M.
Challot, Fruuch Colleelor of Cus
toms in Touquiii, nnd kilhvl his wile
and children. Troops purhiied but
could not catch the outlaws. The
French Government Inn doiimudd
iudemuity from the (Jovornment at
Prosldout Diaz of Moslco ordered
tho arrest of nine anarchists that h"
had beou informed had uriived at
Vera Cruz from ltarcolonn. TL
Frco Masons of the City of Mexico
have issued a call lo the fraternity
in all parts of tho republic lo co
operate iu the purxuit of aimruhiHri
lauding in Mexico.
THE TitOl'ilU. AT lU.i Lril.UPS.
All foreigners who had anything
to do vwtu the rubeliiou at Uluo
fields, Nicaragua, were expelled
without trial. I hoy were laudd at
Greytown by tho earner Yulu N'
Ifin.dnnM..! nnd two . Inns wore bit. ! A few of the residents have
.. - .
one ilrinxi from the injuries received.
Iocl(l up in
gavo up anil tne.
charged with larceny.
A gentleman writes to another in
town i-ayiug that tho trouble could
have been avoided had it not been
for lh poor nnnageuieut nud judg
ment diplaed by the deputy sher
iff, L, Ln.aro.
Catarrh in tho Hond
Is uudoubledly a disease of tho
blood, and as such only a reliablo
blood iiurifinr can effect n perfect
I and permnuunt cure. Hood s Sar
sajianlla i tho best blood purifier,
c.t"S of catarrh. Catarrh often
times leads to consumption. Take
Hood's Sarsaparilla before it is too
Hood's Pills do not nurgo, paiu or
gripe, but act promptly, easily aud
At Williams' Studio aro to x soeu
Portraits on Watch Dials, which ho
is making n specialty of. Lantern
i-li'lcs for lecture by tho set or
.1. W. Chapman cater for ban
quels, social, private dinners and
garden partic. W"ddiug a special
it. Ib can be found at all hours at
S.ius Soiici or will call on any ladies
or cent If men who will nddicss him
through the PoM OlhYe.
By Jan. K. Morgnn.
AUCTION SAL12 OV
On MOXDAVT S.pt. 10th,
AT 12 0'U.nn: NOON,
iii ilio PrmiiUf. Kini;tM'l. I wUl mil
t l'liliii' Aiku ii'i, tie vVnivli-n
i)inl'llii r. no mi a Hie
Chinese Thnatru and
Wu..v Plpoa K.eaox'vocl.
f9 Tl'.ISM.S K' ! -1
tJS" lluMitir tt li reiiiiivul Hlttiln 10
loyr (rem iluie of wl .
sign of opposition to this treatment
of tho prisoner was made by oitlu-r
tho U. S.S. Columbia or Mnrhlohi'.-td
or tho British S. Mohawk until tin
voyago was eudeil. Then tho com
mandoiB of tho three warship en
tered sUoiir prolests. Captain .Sum
ner of tho Columbia said the ica
raguan occupation wn due to Amer
ican forbearance, and based upou
tho solemn promino that American
liberty or property would not bo
jeopardized. This promise had bun:
violated and tho friendly policy of
tho United Stales mustiioun have an
end. After telling Madrid that he
would bo hold responsible for his
futuro conduct the Columbia sailed
to Port Limou for coal and instruc
tions from Washington.
j h 'fJ
- nt ? V iW
Korning and Evoninc Star.
Men, women nnd children will en
joy tho Morning mul Ku-uiug Hiai
drinks. For their iik.ic.iut ll itor uinj
soothing ollcct gcuii.illy, liie Iniliii',
wlioso delicate hVouniH rciiurc .i
beverage that will act gently uml In
entirely Kifu umler all condition, aie
entliUbiiiHtio in their pruiru if .Morn
ing and Evening Htur, aud the iiieu
prefer them to nil other diink.i In
cuuso they are morolieiii'fii'iul in ilnu
cfl'ecta. 'i'hey do not int'ifiro with
buiiiuess or pleiihtiru and me eiilirelt
free from all injurious or iIimikuciIjh'
Hiibstunret1. When the liluoil i im
pure or the Btnin.ich weak, the levell
ing Star can Iu drunk toailMint.ii ,
and invuliiln will timl iclaf fmin it.
Iu the production of tlioe dunk" tie
Hawaiian Iril.iinli. b.ite lnen eiiriclml
with the only peifect g' nile liuniii(,i
known. 'I'hc puce n-r ilo.i-n k fi'l. ,
delivered to all parts of ll'c city ftci-.
N. Bui. ham,
Mul. Tel. 311. H IhcUtiret.
G. R. narrison, practical piano
and orgau maker and tuner, can fur
nish lMst factory references. Orders
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to Im tho same as done
I'EII S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Mm Saloon
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
TOR SAN HtANCISCO.
TIIK Al HTKAMHHIH
Wll.b l.KAVi: HONOLULU
TUB Tilt AI1K I'OIlT ON
Saturday, Sept. 15th.
Tli ii mull riliHicil itoi now iiri'iurt-.l to
luiti' 'I'liniuiili Tit Ki-tN (rum thin ( hy le all
IKiinit In tin Uiiiii'il hiiiiits.
IW i'ur birtliiT irtlmilur ri'i;nriih.
Fri'llil or J'iimiik". ni'ly te
VM. 1. IJ1W1N A CO., I.'ii,
llJI-iil nuuiTMl Ac,tut
hunted the dollars until the
Goddess of Liberty on them
has jjrown thin in the face.
V predict a demand on her
part for some of Mr. Marsden's
rules for dieting; if the price of
sugar goes up and the I Iawai
ian crop is continued on the
free list. At eighty dollars a
ton to-day the price is really
better for the planter than at
a hundred and twenty ten
years aco. The planter has
had experience, he knows how
to produce the largest quantity
at the lowest price ; improve
ments have been made in ma
chinery so that larger percent
ages of juice may be extracted
from the cane today than it
did then. We anticipate two
very prosperous years for the
planter and consequently for
everyone else. We expect to
sell more Hendry Breakers
during the next year than we
have at any peiiod since we
made the planter happy by its
introduction. We expect to
hell them because there will be
a demand for an article of this
kind for breaking new land.
We expect to sell them be
cause the plantation men re
cognize it as the only reliable
breaking plow on the market.
There are other breakers on
sale here, but few in use ; the
" merciful man is merciful to
his beast," or words to that
effect, and for that reason the
! manager selects the plow with
I the lightest draught. The
Hendry Breaker is the one.
! Every line of business on the
Islands will take a step for
ward, even the barbers will feel
it because the man who wears
a beard for economy's sake to
day will get a shave every
other day and we will sell tho
tonsorial artist his implements
of trade. We have a stock of
razors, first quality, and suffi
cient Inir clippers to make the
heads of the entire population
look like glistening billiard
balls. We're in it for business
and we have the stock to meet
all demands. We doubt very
much if there is a store in Ho
nolulu that shows such an as
sortment of table cutlery and
silver plated ware as we do
We've always kept a good
supply, but we have had such
calls for it that we have in
creased it. Haviland Ware
has been a staple with us ever
since we started business; our
orders for some of the very
latest shapes anil decorations
are being filled in France. We
saw a big demand ahead of us
and we took time by the fetlock.
.1, S, Vn nor linlc.
I.lvi't "ii)l C'lir..!-. Il2lli. lm jtv
ou can also lie iuppneo wild
ou will tili.l enuititrtt attnli
Crib anil Crssllr
to selwc! from
ptti-tw lo Ult ttie ptonal
M Mi rieril purchAf
o nonit- ( cuinpioi wiuioui umiimmm,
o hoiin-'- In Honolulu udlt th ifoodi rhruttMt than tin
on'tyou netnl soiue Live (in". Km! iiMra o .HiU Fliwat
nnnv rillou-t kiwi i:iirunri
Voluur's In tlna nnd pnpen.
HAM, 11ACOX, CHEESE.
A cliolcf vnrlctj- of IcndliiK brnnili.
J. T. MOUTON'S ENOLISU GnOCEHIES.
OltOHSB & BL,ACiaVEL,L'S ENOL18U GROCCKtES
LtnUY, MCNEIL & LlUDY'S CANNED MEATS.
RICHARDSON & RODUIN'8 CANNED MEATS.
riv, Tabic uml Urlcd.
;i uml 1Mb. boxoi.
Aluraotnrii-ir. I Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LAUUK 8T00K8 OF
lnuiiiiKiii ;!J:i!:!ii!!:. Hardware. Dry Goods,
Grotty, Forlorn, hl. bil
ALWAYS ON HANI) AT MODKltATK 1KIUE8
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Id.
rvtlr Wiinlu NlitMlKt in ll colon uil iu
olea (or root winilowt In Wrxvl or Br Tiiminiuir
( coun wt muni not tor(wl to mutloii
ur htiiilmiinc Cnrvwl H.-lnwim Sl in Holtil Out
epniriUK t ivaMiuitOlt! tnVnt
'iVOVHflnK of UplntUtoriM Kilrnltiir- Mntll
our tvwT K'
iIm of All lr-
vorjlMMl; knows maki a fturf of Intarioi Dooorattuu.
rorjlMviv knnwt ur io. tirnwav wnn maKM inn pvtai iMaiur.
KecoKnitnl a tlif obnapoiit liouiw In Honolulo.
(liability. Prompt iihm and Ditpatob It our mntu.
Bell 526 TELBPHONEH Mutual (U6
TIME IS MONEY"
TO8AVH Yul'K TIMi: ANI MONKY IIOTII 8TBF IN To
ElcrpiP & Co.,
KTo. ' T-'l King Street.
Wt- Im vi- n inl nl New (ickxIi tnnrrlvc liy I lie "WIMcr" hihI thn "Ilryuut," ml U mnkK
rniiiii i infur uur irf.cnt u) crli nook of
In Oak, Wuliiut mul Curly Illrrh nf llm Intent jotterm at such low prlrea
lliut It will p.iy vmi to Invert In tiu-iu ntonce.
bi-o iur Kloniiiit AMartiiif lit of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In n't.-i it ixl hIiikIii iili-ci-n to iiult uvrry tate ami evr ry pocUei.
ALL KINDS OF MANIIKAOTUKINU DONE IN
Furniture, -:- Bidding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Best Qutllty of Live Gene Feaibors, Silk Flois, Hair, Hots and Excelsior ilwajs on band
9t Allnrilirn from UihoiIiu Ifliituls will Im nlloii'l'd to Inn iniinnr that will in
Hint hui lefuol Ion, fry u nncu mul yon will mvur Ii-iivii ua, (or our KotKls ure new uml
Ktylli-h, uml will lc m-I1 pn-i-i-il ami ruiui to you at Sun Franclbcu jirlct-i
Upholsleriog Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
WTWnnW (" " M'-- l''"l" 'f fnncv-imd !.ttired lo oriler CnAnPC
If inUU W ut 8411 Kruiiiif-co iric. OllAUtiD
fur all litmlnrif Furulturo will bo filled at loweat prices. Try
Made in Honolulu Outlast the
Cheap Imported Articles
Ht!ht WorkiimiiHhii) mid th Btnt Muturial
it ami in nmviluud.
Bailey's Woven Wire Matlrehses Kept lo Stock.
Iflh- An KxiriMiiri-il IIiiholNiprer nnd l)roniinr h Iwhvh ut vnnr Mnf
ASSIGNEES -SALE! "KA MA1LE."
Hawaiian Carriaga MTg Co.,
TTo 70 Qin Strt
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pore Goods I Prompt, Reliable
The Entire Stock
Attention! and Low Priceil
WENNEK & CO.
Hawaiian Hardware Co,, L'd
().m-!li' hin-i-l,iU' llliM'k,
307 I'URT STRIiliT.
WIMj Hi: hOLU
Regardless of Cost.
I lieu to Intorni hHiillnj; Men ami ll,.
Ofiu-rwl I'uhlii' tli.il 1 11111 ni.iiirMl In IU
1. air and itimiiviilf t-vwrt ili-(.'iiitiiiii n(
Klri-nrniN Ouiih UUWr mul Khti'Ivi-fr
klllfnlly lU-.hloi'kfil II1 imIik; himI IIihwii
itiK tii in any ulimlf, Fhhi ilnsn vvork.
niHimlilp nirliliHii (ii-loiiiHri iifimi'tlv
UNION HTUF.KT. IIONOI.UMI
JOHN T. nROWN,
Dfitlnr In lliiwitlliin mid I'mi'luii I'liaiiu-i'
Ktmnim. I', (. Ilu III, liuii'iinlu. '
l;l'i"it j rlii'.s (ilvini fur I'luiml nnd l'nd
iltiHailiin Htiiiiiin in i-v-iiiitf-- fur Dili, r
I'ounlrli-N front llrst-i-ln-tH i jtjirovnl hLi-i-ih
HIii'flH fiirwitnli-d In liny uui i'f tin- iMniulii
on iiiiiilli'iittuii vvitli (own ri'fi'i'i ni'o
J 1,11 III I'pi'll to llll', l liny I'lilirrtiiri hy
aiioliit m. llli ;tm
Mra. ttoanlman has removed the bal
ance of her ulnch rum Hold tlrcet to
her prlcatti Iteaidrncc, when aim in
tend cloaliifi it out at private tale. It
is arranged and ready for iimpection,
and at the intends to retire permanent-
I'J from business the Uoodt will be sold
regardless of Cost. Old patrons are
cordially invited to jmy her a visit.
0)rtrr left ut ttie Vttclftc flttvrtiuwr
(Caitipimu' Sflove mitt lit
t vumpHu ltUturtKJ iu.
XBotlx Toloplionen lO.
THAT PI,OK IS AT
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oomor Fort te JS.ot.oi 3ta
t Our Soda Water is the Beat
lliiHri-mnvrd liln Olllru Iroui )r llnililv'ii
ntllrii in llm (!iiUiiiii IhIdIv ih'i'iijiIiiI Iiv Ur.
I'i l r-Mi 1111 lliiliil blrint, imxt In Arllui,
Inn Hi. Inl. ll.'7-lw
Jfyuar subscription has expired now
is a ;ooi time lo renew U,
ATTENTION, PIPE SMOKERS!
Just lii'ci'ivi'd a nuw lot from tho Factory
of tho Colohrati'd
PIl'IOS. CIGAR AND OIGARtiTTE IIOLDrURS
WAX MAT5HE3 ALWAYS OU HAIIC IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.