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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, 184
m: a. rut on NEWB
Tl'ElliAY, Sept. 11.
Btmr Kanln from Knlmkit
Sttur James Mukco (mm Knunt
Wm.NEituv, Sent 12.
Strnr Klnan from llauall nnd Mnul
Himr J A Cummins from Koulau
TursuAT, Sept. 11.
H I a M 8 Marie (r ('area
WfcDKEtnvv, Sept. 12.
Btmr Jas Makce (or Knpaa nt f p in
VMela Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Kaala for Walanae, Wnlalua and
Moknlela at 0 a m
Oargoea from Ialand Porta.
Strnr Kaala 350 bagi rice.
Btmr James Makeo 'Ml hags rleo, in lulls
bides and 1H pkgi sundries
Btmr Klnna 3.2 unci po ntooi, 21 tingn
torn, 6'J hoi's. 111 ' i.nn Ixim-?, 1 horc,
1 ' liale.i wool. 101 sheep, U3 bdls blde,
185 pkgs uiidtloi.
From Kniiat, per otmr James Mikeo,
Bept 12-Uol . ."J Sp-ildlnj;, Win Mala tell,
Wm Hassle, M I) Monsarrnt, Mia K Mlta
ninra, Ma.ter W Vldn, Murn and 0 dock.
Kfom llriwnll ana Maul, per xtmr Kln.iu,
Sept 12 Vuleanot Oil Wcttnoro nnd wife,
Mis E 0 Huston, J I' Tcrrlll, V llor.-fill,
ur ii uiiiiiaw him wun, .ir .i ii tvpliiltll
and daiiKli't-r. Mrs Ida Iliuicoi'k.H A Han
ooek, H 1J 1. renrooo, 1 It W.ilzen, 0 11
Kel , Mrs It Kay, Y K ilr.T, J II Collier,
Miss Tanner. Vii)orts: Miss llnttlo Am
tin, 11 A Lyman. Mrs A Wall and child,
Mrs J Iteltihnrdt, Father l-oiioro nud buy.
Mrs A I ii "inn nnd child, KatsiimntMl, J
llnudin V Kddle, U V laklns, II Ito. 0
Williams and il children, rtani l'arker. Mm
Til lliifches mid daiiuhtrr, Win Mertbcra,
Wm llcrlowllr, 0 K MHCtllrc, M O.orlo
nud 2 children, Ham Bmithtcs. 11 J Hof.
lacker. O A Hpreekel", O 11 Wells, W 11
Daniels, Young Young, M Tiietun, Mrs
Marques, W Y Horner? W Y Horner, Jr.
Miss Maud Horner, Mrs Decotn nnd 72
For Mnul, er strnr Claudlnc. Sept II
MIm N'olll, Mrs Mcisliano, Mrs (Hies, aO
Lovekln, t! J Wanner, J llrahim.
For Knunl, per etinr Mlkahnln, opl It
Mrs Do la YarKtio, Mrs Itosa, Captain Alii
born, and 13 on deck
HAKTMAN - HKNDIUCKSON - In this
city, BotileiHlier 10, l"l, at Bt. An
drew's Cathedral, by the llcv. Alux.
Mackintosh, M I.. Haritnaii to MngKlo
IN THK WATER.
Byand-by tho Jolcor Will Bo
in tho Soup.
There was a boating party by
moonlight in the harbor yesterday
evening. There was a goodly number
of young society people in attend
ance and everything was lovely nud
serono. Several of tho excursionist
had musical instruments with them
and singing was indulged in. A
mishap occurred which somewhat
dampened tho ardor of one parti
cular bollo aud made her dispirited
for tho rust of tho uvouiug. Some
one listed the boat, causing tho
young lady, who was olayiug
a banjo, to fall overboard. Tho in
strument was lost but tho fair
datnsol was rescued, and, woo betidu
tho perpotrator of tho trick.
Tho public band, under tho leader
ship of Prof. Borgor, will givo a con
cert this evening at 7:1M) o'clock, at
Makoo Islaud. Following is tho
March Ilrsaf;llerl .
Cornet Bolo Hen Flower. .
.Helucilon liohemlun (llrl
Uallad-Hwert Mario . .
Walu-Walklkl Jloach ... ,
Jlallart-On tlni ten.. ..
Senior Captain Andrews of the
police fok'co made another capture
of opium yhsterduy evening. Vhon
tho possessor, a Chiuaman named
Lam Pow, was soarched two tins
of opium wore found. Ho was charg
ed with selling opium ami was later
releasod ou his friends' furnishing
ffiOO bail. Two opium captuna
within a few days is evidence that
the coutrabaud article is plentiful
iu the market.
Stauuod Man in Sanger.
Frod Naylor, who was stabbed
with a fork by Tom Carpeutor ou
Sunday morning, lies iu a very pre
carious condition at tho Queen's
Hospital. Pending the outcome of
tho cowardly assault Carpenter has
been locked up and refined bail. If
Naylor has sutlicioutly recovered to
appear iu Court, the trial of Car
peutor for assault with a weapon
will be hoard ou Friday next.
m 9 m
I thauk tho German men-of-war
for their kind protection, uot only
that I sell the popular 17 bars of
soap for $1.25 but fJ lbs. more for
.tho money thau any house in tho
city. N. BitKiuM. Mutual Tel. 811.
Mns M. M.
On FlilDAY EVENING, Sept. 11,
At thi' Theoiilileikl Hull, unnirr o(
Niiiixnti nnd .Mutln utieuis, In
Doors will noun ut 7 o'o'ook. Leuturo lo
commence jiroiuj.tty nt B o'clock
Hubjeet ot tlm Lecture will b
IWII.l. NOT UK HhHPONHUH.r. KOIt
any bills i-niiirnntiil by nil kou, l.;mlu
hlngeri neither Is ho Hiithuilted to col hot
money or neld WHj'"'""''....,,
Honolulu, Held. J, I Ml.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWB
San Francisco baa the tug-of-war
Cha. Williams, Deputy Tax Amos
sor of Ilamakua, in in town.
Oats will bo sold at auction by L.
J. Levey at noon to-morrow.
Tho Gorman warship Mario loft
for Coroa yesterday morning.
Porlor, extra foreign "lout on
draft, at tho "Empire," 2 for 25c.
Tho Board of Health is holding
its regular meeting this afternoon.
Phonographs that sing indecont
sours aro being suppressed at San
The Government band will give a
moonlight concert at Makeu Island
Thoro wore eighteen passengers
from tho Volcano on tho steamer
Kiuau to-day. Shu brought no su
gar. Ladies, do not miss J. J Egan's
new ndvertisomont. II is necessary
to do so if you would shitio in
Tho subject of Mrs. M. M. Thirds'
lecture on Friday night will be,
''Objections to ueiucarualion Discussed."
George Fredenberg wassontenced
to pay a fino of $1(K) in tho District
Court to-day for selling liquor with
out n license
L. J. Levey will hold a special salo
oi Household furniture and general
merchandise at his salesroom at 10
Col. Z. S. Sttaldimr will leave on
tho S. S. Australia on Saturday for
San Francisco. Mr. Spalding arriv
ed from Koalia, Kauai, today.
A nativo named Kalei wa. given
twenty days on tho reef by District
Magistrate Perry to-day for stealing
a blanket and towel from Mrs. Houry
Jojo Hoso ad Aulono Jlodriques
wore lined $1 each by District Ma
gistrate Perry yesterday for keeping
their barber shops open for hustuess
after U a. in. on Sunday last.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Irwin cavo a
brilliant dancing party nt their Wai
klki residence last night, as a fare
well to their son who is about to
leave homo for college.
Judge Whiting is on duty again,
after a short season of recreation at
Koolau. I To aud Cecil Drown bag
ged a few ducks, but most of all tho
Judgo enjoyed tho pure sea breezes.
An engrossed copy of a testi
monial from British residents to J.
II. Wodohouse, latoly II. B. M.'s
Minister, is in course of preparation
aud will be sent to him by I ho uoxt
Tho list of appointments of cov-
ernment school teachers is not com
pleted as yet, owing to tho Board of
Education not having hold its regu
lar meeting. Tho board will meet
Invitations to a birthday luau to
take place shortly at Wniplo, ou this
island, havo been received by soveral
town residents, from Mrs. N. Ioaue.
The ovunt is in honor of Mrs. Ioauu's
Mr. L. Hartman, of Makaweli
plantation, Kauai, returned homo by
tho steamer Mikahalu yesterday, lie
returns not alone, having been
married to Miss llomlriuksou on Mon
The members of tho Honolulu
Amateur Athletic club are hard at
prnutieo for their coming field day
the Orst week in October. Be
ing handicap moi ting there will be
some fino i.ving.
G. It. Harrison.
snd iirumi maker am
id tuner, chu fur-
uish Ik-hI factory rofemuuei. Orders
left at ElawatiHU News Co. will re
ceive prompt atleuliou. All work
uarantood to h lit" same m done
There will be a moonlight excur
sion to liemond Grove ou Friday
evening by tho Oalm Railway. A
dance will be given at the pavilion,
for which tho Quintet club will fur
nish music. It will undoubtedly be
an eujoyablo evening.
J. W. Chapmau caters for ban
quets, socials, private dinners aud
garden parties. Weddings a special
ty. He can be found at all hours at
Sans Souci or will call on any Indies
or gontlemeu who will address him
through the Post Oilice.
Tho first publiu service of tho
Salvation Army will bo held iu the
hall over John Nott's store, King
street, on Thursday evening at 7:30
o'clock. There will be au open air
service at 7 o'clock, at some central
point, and the Army people will
march from there to the hall.
Two prominent benedicts were
making n "mash" on n pretty girl
iu the rear of tho Union fenlooo lhi
forenoon. Tho girl's attitude
showed intense admiration ou her
part for both of the men, which was
very naughty and shameful, of
courre. The beuedicts evidently re
ciprocated the young lady's feelings,
for thoy were overheard to stylo her
"their new gal," and said something
about pretty, lovely, ele. Worst of
all. the "Kal" was bought at Lovey'h
While iu Chicago, Mr. Charles L.
Kahlur, a prominent shoe merchant
of Des Moiuch, Iowa, had quite a
serious time of it. lie took such a
severe cold that he could hnrdl
talk or navigate, but the prompt use
of Chuuilierltitu'n Cough Itcmcdy
cured him of his cold so quickly
that others at the hotel who had
bad colds followed his example anil
half ado.un persons ordered it from
tlmiiuarttht drugstore. Thoy were
proftiM) iu their thanks lo Mr.
Kahlur for lellim: them how to cure
a bad coltl so quickly. For salo by
all dealers. Beiihou. Smith A: Co.,
rent noniuro- Hioiii niniiH ; -Jiw
ivv Agouti (or tho llawullnu IbIhiuU.
Answer of Mrs. Achl More of Nor
ris aud da Herblay.
Before Judgo Cooper thoro camo
up tho beneficiaries' bill of costs in
the mattor of tho estate of J. F. O.
Banning. Upon tho objection of
counsel for administrator, tho Court
disallowed ( items amounting to
$137.97 ( paid to J. W. Jones for
transcribing ovidenco, also an item
of $20 paid Wilhelm for inspecting
Fal Keo premises. J. A. Magoon
for petitioner; F. M. Hatch for ad
ministrator. Isabella A. Achi by her attorney,
V. V. Ashford, has filed her answer
and a cross pctitiou to her husband
W. C. Achi s petition for divorco.
Sho denies misconduct and desor
tion, but asserts that sho has been
living separato from him by his
command, and sho charges him with
cruelty aud desertion, as well as
living with auothor woman. Mrs.
Achi prays for temporary alimony
of $10 a week, $100 for counsel fees,
divorce, and permanent alimony in
tho event of divorce. Judgo Cooper
has ordered Mr. Achi to appear on
Thursday aud show causo why tho
prayers for temporary alimony aud
counsel fee should not bo granted.
Judge Whiting has sustaiuod tho
demurrer in Snmuel Norris vs.
Emiliu do Herblay aud signed a do
crco accordingly. Attorneys for
plaintiff havo appealed from tho de
cree. Hartwoll aud Hatch for plain
tiff; Neumann and Carter & Carter
for defendant. The suit is a bill for
an injunction and to stay judgmont.
It clnlms that tho issue of tho sta
tute of limititiotis was never decided
by tho courts in the caso of do Herb
lay vs. Norris.
REOKNT OPIUM ARRESTS.
Particulars of the Proceeding from
Tho Chinese story of tho recent
arrests is as follows: At 8 o'clock
yesterday ovening a Japaneso enter
ed tho store of Vet San nn Nuiiauu
street. Ho bought a nickel watch at
throo dollars nnd a clock at a dollar
and a half. Afterward he bought a
chain at sovouty-fivo cents. He
paid altogether six dollars and re
ceived seventy fivo conts in change.
Ho left shortly after, returning
with Captain Andrews aud Japanese
Totna. Andrews carried a tin of
opium in his hand and asked tho
Jap whore ho got It. Ho said from
tho storekeeper and that ho gave
eleven dollars for it. Andrews
searched tho place without warrant
and agaiust the wish of tho proprie
tor, lie found nothing but took six
dollars otttof tho cash drawor, which
ho claimed were marked. Ho ar
rested the storekeeper and took him
to tho station house, where ho was
afterwards released on $100 bail.
About I) o'clock tho same eveuing a
similar game was said to havo Iwen
t ried at Hung Vuon Co.'s place on
King street, near the bridge. Here
the game failed for Andrews could
find nothlug, though it is said ho
had another tin of opium under his
Nono tor Honolulu as Yet, But Oh!
Lot It Bo Soon!
Reports from tho other side of the
island are to the effect that it is
raining heavily in tho different dis
tricts, the downpour being universal
aud is very much welcomed. Mr.
Pahia of Hauula states that rain has
been falling steadily since yesterday.
At Kauooho, Heoia aud adjoining
districts tho reports are tho same.
At Waialua, it began raining this
morning. There was no rain at
Pearl City, but tho residents havo no
kick coming, ns there is a plentiful
supply of fresh water from tho reser
voirs located mere, uoouitoopor
Murdock of Ewa plantation says
threo drops of rain fell there this
forenoon, aud it stopped. It was a
simplo bluff. Iu Nuuanu valley very
little rain fell last night. The reser
voirs remain tho same, thoro being
two feot three inches of water iu
reservoir No. 1 aud tho others are
dry. At 3 o'clock it was still raining
at Koolau aud Waialua, but uot
a drop at Waianao.
POST OFFICE OHANOE8.
Flans Aro Out for More Considerable
There will be several changes and
considerable improvement made to
tho Post Olllco shortly. Tho plans
aud specifications have been drawn
out by C. B. Hipley, tho architect.
It is proposed that tho windows for
merly used by the Postal Money
Order aud Savings Bank be utilized.
Tho Hnwaiiuu, Portuguese and
Japauese delivery aud the stamp win
dows will be located there. Tho
windows now used ou the makai side
will be closed ami the stone pillars
removed. Additional boxes will bo
placed there instead. There will bo
several internal improvements also.
A large table for sortiug will occupy
a central position aud tho inside
railiug aud clerks' dusks will be re
moved. Marringo on Shipboard.
Mian Otncio Schafor aud Mr.
Knril, ouu of tho onuinours ou tho
U. S. S. CharloHtou, liavu boou u
K'gi'l. Tho faut that Miss Soliafor
WHiit ou board tho cruiser this after
noon caused tho rumor that tho
youiitf lady wasnoiuK to l) ntnrried.
It has licou learned t lint tho inten
tions snro to iinvo tlio pair splicou
thin afternoon, but evonthinu' will
ho dependent on cirouinHtaiU'ns. I
. I... llin ul.i. a .w. ui.n lli.k nn .
llltl ...IIIIQIUI 1 UM .... i.w .il.
will ho woddid.
f UViilfiiiir Hie lliillilln nil riihl' tntnrtl,)
hillliin Miiillinrii liri'tKit,
Willi ri-d-linl wlni;,
iir iilitiiiliorlint Mli'
Your lin-atli iluiu tiiinif .
O'er ih" day )nuru.l
Wnrli nor love doe. Init
Wlii'ii you uru huru.
Carrie orent Kino
Save the Children
By Purifying Tholr Blood
Hood's Saraaparllla Makes Pura
j Blood, Cures Scrofula, Etc.
" My experience with Hood's HnrtiipnrlllA h&l
been very efTecttre. My little girl, Ave years
old, had (or lour years a bad kin disease, ltd
arms and limbs would break nut In a mass nt
snres, discharging )ellor mutter. Klie would
scratch the rrttiitmns as though It B.ire relict,
and tear open ilio sores.
Two Botttos of Hood's
Pariri'II1ft caused the eruptions to heal and
nnd tho scibs i-eilrd nit, alter which the skin
liecamo solt ami smooth. Asa family medlclus
sre bcllc Himi I's Sirs.iptilll.i has nn equal and
1 recommend II." W l Kivi, lllutl Dale, Tei.
Hood'1) PIII3 an t'io best (inillye.itli.irtli),
gentle and vlTcUlttf. TtyuLox. UieuU.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents (or the Heinblle of Hawaii.
A Strong Horse
IS THE RBSl'LT Or fSISO
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Just Arrived per "B. 0. Wilder."
CALL AND SKK I'S.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
(!ornrr thicvo .V Nutuiin Bta
Both Thi.kpiionks 121.
Tiimhiy, Sept. II, IM..
tins week with
Now (niodB. Ntw Dr. bh
frnoilH of every (leHcripiion,
Lawns, Muslins, etc., etc.
TIiuhu new goods me trade
winners as you will agree
when you t xaininc them.
Some of the het hurgaius of
the HCHHon are in these new
Do tiny not sii;t'Mt
A New DivsuV
New Bluok Di'chh (JoodH,
New Colored Dress (ioodH,
Now Cotton Dross Cioode,
It ih u good time to look ut
the coimrleRs variety of
Household Goods dinphiyed
on our eonnterri, Htieh iih
New Table Liiiens,
New Cotton Draperies.
You remember that
week we advertined tin
. "i" o
opening ot our iMiiiiuery
Well, the eom-
f l'Ic lino
oi' new Ktock that
we told you about Iiuh arrived
Wibboiiri, l.neeH, ..urge Fea
thi'i.'l'ipHinid Whatnot in pro
i'tiViou and under the manage
hid t of a eompitent milliner
who ih able to Mitirify the mo.-t
,1. J. KUAN.
re a o
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rtlR A I BTKAMRIIII'
Wild. I.KAVK HONOLULU
roi Till AtlOVK mrt on
Saturday, Sept. 15th,
The nndendgned are now iireimred to
Inane Through Ticket from thii City to all
point Iu tho Unltvd Htutea.
tW Kor further piirtleitlari, regitrillinr
Kmlght or I'assngo, apply to
WM. O. IHWIN A CO., I.'o.
1131 't (iMiernl AicenU
Will take a
limited number of
A COW AND
iV. Owmr cuu
ny nipyiiii:at H.v
A 8 iu mid luyliiK
liy npi yiiii; at H.W.rJi-liin
t'oiliiHf ol Iwn Kooiiih
oiioallo 1). Mlnrr d. A
J A. MKHUTl-.N.
IkoniiiN nt Kuwuiiilui;
uIbo au Uufiirulithi'd l.'et-
lui;o Willi Two rtooniH nnd
Kltoneii on fori fctrcel. liiiiiilre ol
O. (I Kit IX,
Itoom for .lnnlt !vu-
ilemtin Hituated on litre
tauia Htreet, 15 minutes'
wnlk from I'ohI Olllre,
O very CHiitrnl
room lor two lior-tN anil
rarriancd. t fi a uioutli: nUo
'p.. .. .tf.. ..ii...,. n.......
teiixrule v. J and I. Aeniv
...U 1 llll! III"M'"U l.UOIMP,
llllJ.lt .MUTUAL TK I.. 4.VI.
V I AAlhlKI ONTHA
iimruira for one or Uu H In
ula (lentleiiien. Imiird on-
lioiml; liathlllir ImhIIIiImn kooI
flMIK I'llKMISIB ON
riol'onl mid Kniimt
treiM, lately In th(icu.
nut -n ol Mr. (iro. W.
H i ii 1 1 Ii nnd liinwii ev ' Kidiuliiinu
Iilltliir imitlntllam Hill nt tli ollU'e ol
113.3 ll Jf.
Daily llitllctin 60 ctnlt ;itr muntht
.it "v:?vv ia
it . 4
U jtiit what every lady must do who has bought n Corset that does not
fit Iter. CorfeU bonht of us lit, beeaue up only carry the popular
makes, that have licen tried nnd found the correct style
The Genuine P. D, Corsets.
We hare In all styles and all site.
The R, & G, Corsets,
Extra long wal.t, perfect fit In all idte.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waist,
Perfect lit for all ages, best for hrnltli, comfuit, wesr and finish.
The R, & G, Summer and Narsing Guisuts.
In all slze
Tr; oar 60 Cent Corset,
A full line of sites of
Miss Corsets and Corset Waists,
Children's Corded Waists
3ST. S. SACHS,
520 Fort Street, : : Honolulu.
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SB.
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
HOI. II) OAK BKDUOOM bKTH,
80FAS, M1UNOKS, WAllimOllKH.
M1UKOIIS, MOUI.IIIMlit, KU'., ETC.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
I'er Itoll of 40 Yrrds, ft2.ro.
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutual 76.
IHnc-o ivirs toO K. Wllllaia.)
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
Kwong Sing Loyf
01 Hot Si.. "TboDiii Block.'
MtUDal Tele. 339 P, 0. Box 207.
ChiiiuHe, Jfipanese mid Indian Goods 1
Indian Silkri, Luees and Linens,
Jupanese Crapes, Chinese Mutting,
Silk Hundkcrchiefs, Shawls and Searfh,
Grass Cloth, Kattan Chairs, Etc., Ktu.
A Coruoleto TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Outturn and a complutu line of Eniflish and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
Wicker Ware m Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Temple of Fashion
61 Fort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urga Auortmant oi Udlei' and Chlldren'i.Bnoei
Large Line of Summer Goodb I
LarK line of Woolen" t 2fm. Flamielottes, 10 yard for f Mil
Brown and Whito Cotton, from 8 to 'M yards, 11.00 per piece.
AuioakeaK aiiiRhamu, 12 yards for f 1.00. Geutn' and Ladies' Balbinx Suit.
Silka, Satiun, SerK"i Lawuii aud Diess Oooda of every denuriptinn
M:. O. SILVA, Proprietor.
411 NUUANU STKEK.1.
Dry, Fancy and White Dress Goods !
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc, Etc
CaVUt)lc and I'll (lunruntc-d. I'rii'tt Modirate, -j
Daily Bullotin 50
Tlin Bnmrner t'ortt Is n-l the thing for hot
it is a Stunner.
for 10 Cent...
51-85 Cllin 31.. ' ViODilu Jl
5 MoiadJ Tele. 68b P. 0 Boi 107.
r o n o
Conis por Mouth,