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TUESDAY, SEPT. 11, 18W
Tur.siuY, Sept 11.
Btmr V Q Hall for Maul and Hawaii at 10
fllmr Clfindlnn for rmrt on Man! at ft p m
Btmr Iwalnnl (or Hamakiia at 0 a m
Btmr Mlkaliala for Kniial at 0 p m
For Maul ad Ituwall, per utmr
Hall, Sept II KV Fuller ntul wile, Mr
KenmOl, MlniicHt Hm Mebort. Ml I'
West. H Mills, (lom Nulls, lr Wnrlirlck,
MrsKnnmn. VKVIIonj VMn Thrum,
W J Fnrb.8 (volcmioi; Mrs Willi, Mini
Mtnntn K llolntt r. J W Ivtmlmokit, MIo
Tcila (2), H I. Doha, Col 8 NurrN, Cho'cr
A Doyle, MIj-.., Clark (3), Ml Hush, 1'. U
Uttchrock and IU dci'k.
NI'H0I.8-In till clly. 8opt. 10. trtni,
Snrnli Ann NIchoN, liiutlio ( Mm.
Frank K. Muholn, a irntlvo of Nunurk
Kcw Jerioy, I). S A , nucil 77. Inter
ment at mii FrmiclTo, Cm I,
OOHINO TUEArniOAL SEASON.
Mr. Dailey Tells Who and What Ho
la Bringing This Timo.
W. R Dailey in a privnlo letter
gives tho following pnrticulura of
.ho theatrical reuou liols shortly to
give at tbu Hawaiian Opera IIoiimi:
I will soon bo willi you njfaiu
stronger than over. My bcuiiIu artist
nud carpenter nail tomorrow and
comimtnco tbo work of tratinforma
tiou. Mr company is much stronger
than before 11 people in all and
includes such artists ai Miss Kato
Dalgletsh, Louis and Kitty iloltuour,
Jean Woluer, Al. II. liallett, Kicli
ard Scott, t A. Xanuary, Molllo
Stockmoyor. Mortimer Snow aud
Genevieve Nauuary are the only old
faces. Tho company has not one
stick in it as before. Wo shall play
a vory strong repertoire, including
many of tho very latest successes.
Our opening will bo a big produc
tion of "Two Orphans," followed by
"Charley's Aunt," -Sliver King," "A
Night Off," "Wife's Derotiou,'r"Tho
Player," and so dowu tho lino of tho
very best material.
Savaral Xattora at tho Clork'a Otllco
Judgment has been entered for
tho plaintiff in accordance with tho
Tordlct, in Fillepo Lopez vs. Autono
Quolho, for $801 and $221) costs,
making in all $101)0.
Iu Quoeu Kapiolani vs. S. W. Ma
helona. a bond for costs has been
given by S. W. Maholoua aud Isaao
In tho matter of tho estate of Au
tono Mauuol, before Judge Cooper,
the accounts of W. O. Parke, guardi
an of minors, aro approved subject
to certain orders of tho Court. Mr.
Parko resigning, J. A. Magoou is ap
pointed in his place
A BICYCLE TRIP.
Vorbaa and Thrum Will Rido th
Oloveland to tho Volcano.
William Forbes nnd Vida Thrum
left on tho steamor W. G. Hall this
morning for Konn, Hawaii. They
will laud at Puualuu nnd will pro
ceed from there on Cleveland bi
cycles to tho Volcano. After n short
stay they will rido to Hilo to arrive
thoro in timo to catch the steamer
Kiuau on its return trip. Tho boys
expect to break tho record created
by Jack Atkinson on his recent visit
to tho Volcano. They expect to bo
homo iu timo to take part in the
field meeting of tho Houolulu Ama
tour Athletic club.
Horning aud Evening Star.
Mcu, women and children will en
joy tho Morning uud Evening Blur
drinko. For lliuir pleiidant ll.ivor nnd
soothing cfl'cct gcuerully, the lmlicf,
whobo delicate cyoU'iiiti require a
Leverage tluil will act gently uud he
entirely Kifu under nil condition, aie
uuihuniutftiu in their iirnii-o of Morn
ing and Evening .Star, uud the men
prefer them to nil oilier drink bo
cuuo they are uiurehcueficial iu then
edicts. Tlicy do nut iiiteifcre with
luihlnoHB or plcubiiru uud are entirely
frco from all iiiiuruiim or dinugrcenhk
Hnbstuncup. When the blond in im
pure or the stomach weak, the Even
ing Star cuu bo drank to advantage,
ami iuvulidti will llud relief from it.
In the production of tlicto drinks the
Huwaiiuu Inlands have been enriched
with the only perfect gentle lovoiuu,cb
known. The puce per dozen U 50c.,
delivered to ull puitu of the city fice
Mut. Tel. ill-!. Hdthcl btiect.
At Williams' Studio aro to bo soeu
Portraits on Wutch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by tho sot or
Whilo in Chicago, Mr. Charles L.
Kahlor, a prominent blioo meruhaut
of Des Moiues, lown, had quite n
serious timo of it. Ho took Hitch n
fiovero cold that ho could hardly
talk or uavigato, but the prompt use
of Chauihurlaiu'ti Cough Jlemcdy
cured him of Ids cold to quickly
that others at the hotel who had
bad eoldtt followed his example and
half u dozou persons ordered it from
tho uoarest drug store. They were
profuse in their thaukti to Mr.
Kahlor for tolling them how to cure
a bad cold so quickly. For salo by
all dealers, liensou, Smith Co.,
Ageuts for the Hawaiian Islands
UltOKhfliOll llltADI.KY IIIVKH I. KB
JL Him III bliniliiK'i I'iuiio. l"llii end
'Cello, 'iVriiin, fJ mi Innir II, Imll hear.
llnvliiK lid 'Jl iuir' vxiiTMire i' r
uhiiui HiiiltilinlrMrnliifr, In; Uufiiin
mininiiHit in llniMi quiliH,. Ili't u
lllmonlul. 61 Kuuna klrvii. -Miitiml
U'wlfphuue 4&t. H IMt
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS I
Chester A. Doylo has gouo to Ha
wail for a short vacation.
Marshal Hitchcock left for
waii on tho W. G. Hall to-day.
Tho Government band will
at Thomas Squaro this evening.
Porter, oxtra foreign stout on
draft, at tho "Empire," 2 for 25c.
Nigel Jackson has opened n boot
black stand near tho Criterion Sa
loon. Soveral names havo been handed
into this ollico for tho proposod S.
A number of school children at
tending Christ Church school, Koua.
returned homo on tho W. G. Hall
Thoro will bo a mooting
01 l 110
new boat club in tho basement of
tho Hawaiian Hotel at 7:130 o'clock
t. t t -.... ...:n i,. ,i,i . :,.i ..i
of furniture, general merchandise
and a phaeton aud brako on Thur,v .
day at 10 a.m.
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Tho Chinese theatre wni Bold yes-'
torday to Wing Wo, a Chinese mor-1
chant, for $050. He will pull il
dowu. Another old landmark gone. '
Mons. Verleyo, French Commls-.
Jlj u ju u r ii in uuni uaauviuicuiu
siouer, lias iu for mini tho Govern-. obscurely announced with typowrit
tnout that tho Ropuhlic of Franco , Jug on tho deaths-alls. Colonel
recognized tho now Republic of Ha
The stationery store of Mr.Seharf
was entered l;ut night nnd about $27 i
in small coin taken. Anyone who I
would rob n blind man is tough :
uuougu for murder.
Two A. Lucca aud Mrs. Lucca
were sentenced to pay a fino of $100
each in tho District Court to-day
for selling linuor without a license.
Lucca kept tho half-way houso.
Pooplo mny look forward with
confidence to a pleasurable ovont in
the Indies' fair followed by a promo
nade concort on Tuesday, October
2. Tho promoters aro already iu a
bustlo of activity.
I thank tho Gorman men-of-war
for thoir kind protection, not only
that I sell tho popular 17 bars of
soap for $1.25 but GJ lbs. moro for
tho money than any houso in tho
city. N. Diiuiiam. Mutual Tel. UM.
Williams Urns., proprietors of tho
Piouoer Furniture Houso, havo nu
announcement iu this paper which
housokeepors should not fall to
read. They have n sploudld now
stock, aud runt pianos aud chairs as
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will ro
celvo prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to m the same m done
A now departuro has boon made
by tho Hnwniiau Carriage Manufac
turing Company, iu tho employment
of electric power in plnco of steam.
In conseouenco they aro prepared
to do all kinds of work iu their lino
lower than over.
J. W. Chapman caters for ban
quets, socials, private dinners nud
garden parties. Weddings a special
ty. Ho can bo found at all hours at
Sans Souci or will call on any ladies
or gentlemen who will address him
through tho Post Ollico.
Trusloosof tho Quoou'h Hospital
are reminded of tho quarterly meet
ing at 10:110 to-morrow. Amend
ments to tho bylaws aud revision of
tho charter, with other important
misincss, will Do considered, anil a
full attendance is desired.
BLUEJACKETS IN A PANIC.
Thuy Would Allow a Comrade
Drown iu bhoal Water.
A German bluejacket from tho
Mario had a narrow escape from
drowning at the Myrtlo Boat Club's
house yesturduy. Uu must havo
taken cramps, as ho sank iu water
not beyond his depth. Ho lay at
the bottom some cecoudH before his
floniradt'H tO'dt alarm. When they
did realize his peril thuy became
panic-strickou and did nothing to
rescue him but raiso an outcry,
limy worn afraid, it is said, that ho
would clutch uuybody who took
hold of him nud drown both of
them. At length Mr. Dickson, ship
wright, an elderly man, jumped in
with clothes on, nud brought tho un
conscious sailor to tho surface. Ho
was laid out on tho pier aud after
much rubbing and rolliug was re
stored to consciousness.
John G. Mauser Editor of tho
Suutioam, Suligman, Mo., who iinm
ed Grover Cleveland for tho Pros!-
doncy iu Nov., 1882, while ho was
Mayor of Buffalo, N. Y., is onthusi
astfo in his praise of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhom Ito-
medy. Ho says: "1 havo used it for i
tho past five years and consider it I
tho host preparation of tho kind iu '
the market. It is as staple as sugar
ami coffeu iu this section. It is nu
article of merit and should bo used
iu every household. For sale by all
dealors. lienHon, Smith & Co.,
Aceuts for the Hawaiian Islands.
DELICATE 1 DELICIOUS ! DAINTY I
Tli-n are Nvv I '.ok - l.-irc, l'ut, Kxir.t neli led, Ouu t rt't I vl I prove their tiierltn,
N. I). Tlio Ouua of thin brum! uuutiiln n croatur quantity than luosu of
2Citoh.oXl do rotorscti, Csaut A-oroato.
MAK8HAL TO SELL KAHUKU.
Colonel Norris Lets His Ranch Be
Sold to Pay Emllio.
All tho vital points in tho lrgal
bnttlo waged between Maritime
Emilia de Horblay of New York
and Colonel Samuel Norris of Ha
waii for soveral years past have been
won by tho fair plaintiff. Judgmont
has been ontored up finally in her
favor for $11.70103, jot still it ap
pears tho Colonel will not put up
i tho money. Tho suit was begun in
tho Hawaiian courts soveral years
ago on a somewhat ancient judg
. tnont obtained in Now York. This
original judgment was for a debt
i alleged to havo been incurred about
' tho beginning of tho American civil
war. That debt is, however, a com
' narativelv small portion of the tiro-
sent judgment, interest aud law
ntyaia latilliv tfl.ll.tfl I lira nmiMltlt
Marshal Hitchcock has a placard
in typewriting posted up, announc
ing that ho will sell Colonel Norris's
Hawaii, at tuo llouo
i .. . . .. .
" l n"1", on batuniay,
October 0, iu satisfaction of the
$11,000 and odd judgmont. Theio
nro soveral parcels of laud compris-
ing tho well-known Kahuku Ranch,
with buildings, 5000 head of cattle,
etc. One would think so important
a salo would warrant I he expense of
printed posters and advertising iu
nil the nailers, instead of beiuir
tmid $27,000 or thereabout
for tho ranch about six years ago.
SEAROIIINO FOR TREASURE.
Odd ftitorprlao of a Formor Roni
dont of Hawaii.
H. Zorbe, iu tho employ of tho tax
collector, received a letter by tho S.
S. Australia on Saturday from
August Gisslor, formorly of llama
kua, Hawaii. Mr. Gisslor left hero
several years ago for Cocos Island
to mako a search for treasuro sun
posed to havo boon lost in a Spanish
galleon. Ho was fruitless in his
search and wont homo to Germany,
whero ho got somo fresh moans by
tho death of a rich rotation. Mr.
Gisslor returned to Cocos Island
and purchased ono-half of tho terri
tory uuder certain conditions. Ho
was to bring out fifty families, which
lie has recruited in iiorlln. iio
writes to Mr. Zorbo requesting him
to purchaso a small schooner, steam
or othorwiso, to usu in coasting be
tweou Cocos and Puuta Arenas.
Tho fifty familios aro on tho way to
Cocos Island, whoro each will bo
allotted a parcel of land. Punta
Aronas is about two hundred miles
distant from Cocos, and Mr. Gisslor
intends to soarch tho bottom of tho
ocean between tho two places. Ho
is onthusinstio over tho scheme to
recover tho treasuro from the gal
loons said to bo sunk iu that vicinity.
Mr. Gisslor may call hero.
Irving M. Larimoro, physical direc
tor of Y. M. C. A., Dcs Moines, Iowa,
says ho can conscientiously recom
mend tiunmuorlaln s rain Halm to
athletes, gymnasts, Bicyclists, foot
ball players and tho profession iu
general for bruises, sprains nnd dis
locations; also for soreness and stiff
ness of tho muscles. When applied
beforo tho parts become swollun it
will eiroct a euro iu ono half tho
timo usually required. For salo by
all dealers, liensou, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu street. Lodging by
day, week or mouth. Tonus: 25 aud
Ml cents per night: II and fl.25 pr
A Strong Horse
IS THE RCSCL.T OF CStNO
A FliESII SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Jail Arrived icr "8. Q. Wilder."
CALL AN'I) SKB US.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Coniur Queen A Nunanu BU.
Both Telephones 121.
O very oentiul
rouia lor two liorm ana
rnrrlnKC. M n month: ho
Two llnlii nUlnid ItuoaiH.
lunarntelv. S anil Si. Annlv
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ill JIU1UAU IbU
rpiIK l'UKMISFB ON
, X School hikI r.iniim
utreets, lslelv ill tliHCuuu
nit (Hi of Mr. tjeo. W.
Kniltli ami known an ' Kebuliuna" Tor
1 fnitlier paitlculnrs ui ply at tlio ollico of
mi If UKOU. HUOWX.
Daily llullctin f0 ants rr month.
Mra. Judge Peek n g"
Mrs. Judge Pock Tells How
8ho Was Cured
Ritffcrcrs from l)yix,l.i sliotilJ toad tlio fol
lottlnir letter from Mrs. It. M. l'cek, wlfo of
Juilge I'cck, n Jiutleo ot Tr.icy, C.il., and a writer
connected wltll tlio Aswchtcd 1'rcsi
"Itya deep sense ot pntltiuto for tlio peat
denent f Into received from tlio mo of flood's
H iri.ip:irlll.i. f Ii.h e liren led ton lite the fiillnw
liU slatemcnt or tlio In'iivnt of MiffcteM lio
liny tiosimlUrtynflllrteil. Tor 1" jenn I lmo
been a great sulierer from d)cnl.i and
Almost evcrytldnj; I nt-i would dlstreu me. I
tried different treatments aud Medicines, but
fallu't to rr.tlltc relief. Two )c.irs no a frlcnil
rreralli'it iihmi tim to try flood's Sirs.ip.irllt.-i.
I lie first liottlo I liolli ttl IicIh-iI tne.iio I roil
tinned t:tliii: It. It did me so inueli too. I tli.it
my frienils niioUn of Hie liniroeinrnt. 1 uao
recclri'd silcli prent benefit from It that
Clndly Rccommontl It.
I now liasn mi excellent nnpctllu nnd nothing I
eat cur distresses me.
also keeps up my
llesli and strrnstli. I cannot prnlsn HimM's
KirMtitrllli too mucli." Miih. II. M. I'i.ck,
Tracy, tai.fiTiib. Hit llOQirs.
Hood'd Pl'.la lire hand made, ami 'rfect
In pniportloa and appearance. 23e. a bo.
Hobron Drug Co, L'd.,
Agents tor Hawaiian Ittin
Tiimtntf, Sept. 11, I.W4.
"We begin thin wock with
Now GooIh, New Dr8
G.iods of every (leseripiion,
Lawns, MuhHiis, flu., etc..
ThoM! new goodH iwe trade
winners ns yon will agree
when yon i-xuiniiio tliein.
Some of the best barguitm of
the st'iiHon are in tliene new
Do tln-y not Huggent
A New DrtbH?
New Black Drews (Jootls,
New Colored Divsh Goodfl,
New Cotton Dtes4 Goods,
It iH a good time to look nt
tho countless variety of
Household Goods disnlayud
on our counters, hucIi as
New Table Linens,
New Cotton Draperies.
Tou remember that last
week wo advertised the re
opening of onr Millinery De
mii'tmoiit. Well, the com
plete line of new stock that
wo told yon about has arrived
Ribbons, Laces, Largo Fea
thurs.'L'ipsand Whatnot in pro
fusion and under tho manage
mo'it of acompitcnt milliner
who is able to hatisfy the most
J. J. KGAN.
IKH S. S. "AUSTKALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Propriotor.
nut tin: m:Kiv.vi. ur
X it r'niiiiH ILilldliii
idiii. Apply to
WuleliiimLvr, hort tticct.
I I M
FOR SAN 1RAXC1SCO.
THR Al 8TKAMHHII'
WILL I.KAVK HONOLULU
roa tub Atiovr roar on
Saturday, Sept. 15th,
Tin nndtrrlpncl nre now prepared to
tstuu ThrouKh TloUtu from this City U all
points In thti UnlU'tl titntes.
For further imrtlculurM rruardlnv
Freight or I'ftsaj;o, apply to
VM. O. I II WIN A CO., I.'d,
1131 Oonrrat AuenU
Will take a llmltod nmiihur ot l'uplls
ttenldence: I.llilm Street.
Mutual Telophono 1 S3
AqUAHTI-Mll.Y MMl-.TINO OK 71IK
iloiird id Tni'lcu if ihm Ucmi.s'h
HoHi'ir.vi. will h hidd nt llm llnMiltnl
lli.lldlliK on WKDNKHIIAY NK.NT, tin)
12th iiihtaut, at l:'M o'cli.oU a. u.
Amendment to th liyl'iws nud ul
tiTiUlotiK in tin Charter of tln (jiueu's
Hoadtill to lin Cllllnlilrrid A full Uttulld
anuo U riipifitnl 1'it nrdiir.
I WILL NOT 1113 IKHI,08IIll,K KOU
any hllU coutructvil hy my buii, Louie
hinder; ne'ther Is he uutho'lxed to collect
monuy or rtvelpt blllx for mu.
Honolulu, Sept. 4, Ib'Ji. IVM '2v
AUOW AMI -i I'AI.VI'.H. 11,
Owm-r can huvn enme F SV"
hy npp ylnu' nt H.W. .Schmiat 6.. v '
v a ins and imylni; oxi.t'iibUi. '
A NICE KUltSIHHED
XI ('ottUKC ol Two ItOOIIID
OlipOhltU Ut. i inr H. Ap
J. A. JMI.MKll..N,
111T7-IW lleretunlii street.
IO llooniH nt KuwiilrtlmuJ
ulno nu Unfurnished I'oN
I nun with 'I'wu Kooiiis mid I
Kitehi-u on Kort htrit-t. Iniinlrn of
O. (IKK I.,
USMw nliiia Htarc.
Koom for finale ciii.
Ileuiiiii situated on Here
taiilo vtretit, If) mluuti's'
wuik irniii I'usi uiiicu
v I v AIKIKI ONTIU
J lli'neh, roinforliiliif
ipmrters lor one or two Bin
ulit lloiitlemiuu Ixmrit imh
lloiml) hnlhlnir Uollitles j:mkI, rnr purti
IUkU UULLKTIN OKFIUK,
a- & I
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o ss t gg gi c
I - ? 2 z & Li
r o p ra
I" just wlmt every lady mnlt do
tit ncr. Correti boiifilit if us lit,
makes, that havo been tried aud
The Genuine P. D. Corsets,
We have In all styles aud all sites.
Tbe R. & G, Corsets,
Extra long wain, perfect fit, In all Iipk.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waist,
Perfect lit for all ages, best for htnttli, comfort, weir aud finish.
The R, & G. Summer and Nursing Corsets,
UV hnvo In all slic. Tim Htiitmivr l'or.et Is uit the thing for hot
Try onr 60 Cent Corset, il is a Stunner.
A full line of sizes of
Miss Corsets and Corset Waists,
Children' Corded Waists for 40 Cent.
N. S. SACHS,
520 Fort Sm'poi,
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods 1 Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
801.11) OAK DKDIIOOM bKTS,
BOKAB, LOttNOKS, WAKDKOUKS.
MIKHOItS ilOUI.ni.NOS, KTC., ETC.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
ler Koll of 10 Ysrds. IS.C0.
And a Pino Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
ISuccuuurs to 0 K. Williams.)
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
Kwong Sing Loyf
(07 Kins St., "Tdoidii Block.
Hotnal Tfilv 339
P.O. Boi 207.5
OhiuoHe, Japauose and Indian Goods !
Iiuliiiu Silkb, LuccH uud Linunb,
IiiiinuHo Crapos, ChinuBe Matting,
Silk IlamlkerehioiH, Shawls and fiJcurfb,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Kus.
I3A Coimiluto TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of Kntflmh and
Amnrinan Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
"Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Temple of Fashion
519 ffort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urg luortaent ol Ladlei' and Children' Sboas
Large Line of Summer Goods I
Large lina of Woolona at 25c. FlanimlottHB, 10 yards for t UU.
Brown and White CottoiiH, from 8 to 2t) yards, f 1.00 pur piece.
AinoBknaij GiiiKbaniB, 12 yardR for $1.00. GeIlt, and LadW BathiiiK Smu
SilkH, .SatmB, borK", LawuB and Dress Goods of nvery descTlptinu
ML. Gh BILVA, Proprietor.
411 NUDA.NU STUBF.1.
Dry, Fancy and White Dress Goods I
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc, Eto,
OHiNmtam S I L KZ S ooflfi
Style ntul I'lt (ItinrnnttTil, l'rlrcn Mo.lfrlt.
i- C-u.faa.1 Teleplione 54 a -t
Daily Hullotin 50
who lias bought a Corset that dos not
liecau we only carry the popular
found tho correct style
: : Honolulu.
91-05 King i wv ItOBiln II
tlQtDal Tele. 686
P 0. Boi SOI.
Couts por Month,