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1-OOAI. AND OKHKBAX NEW8.
Tho Gnrornmout omployoes will
fort paid oil on Monday.
Tlio Sehuotznn IMlo Company will
hold its firat piunii,' to-morrow.
Tho schoniicr Aloha brought a
din-It load of liogs for J. WitiHton.
Tlio government baud will hold
out at I2unna Squaro this afternoon.
Hon. J. B. Atlii-rton will lead tho
Katuiuiay, Kept. 2i).
Btmr J A Cummin tor K:lacoknlllo nt
Vcssols Loaving Monday.
Html Mokolll (or Mololitil nnd tjitiul
Thb.irk MntlMahis fitil.hod tllrlia
Ing her caro of liiiui,ur. Hliu will le.ive
ballast I r tlio HotinJ.
'ho ltrlllli bark iii'nitrahniHcpn moved
out Into tlio stream wheru she U bulii r
pullite il and ilfRM'd,
'tho l-umitp) solmoncr Alolm, Captnln
Paljl, arrived thin morning, 1(1 days from
Hill l-r.'i clvo with uvafiioiit ciktii! mer
chandise and a ilo-k load ot liojrs.
M www w
KASSIE-HIOKS-At Bt. Atidn-w'x Cntlio
dial, H.iiioluhl, f'cj.t. '27, 18!ll, W'll am
Kn.p,ol Kvnl'n, Kniini, to lr.. llritd-
loy llli-ks, nf bun FmucUco mi ranis
tm- S.iii hrauclsvo and New York pit-
im plo'j ropy.
H01IINH-U Nanlnhu, Knit, Hi" wall, Sept.
'11, Inst , to tho wife of 1'Mwnnl lv.
Itoh n, a dn iRli'ur
SATURDAY, SEPT. 29. l94
Sm'BtlAY, spt. a.
Am 'chr 1 iha, Dabol, Id d)M from fan
Btinr Mokolll from Mnul, l,nnnl and Molo- j Y. M. (J. A. mooting Stiuday owning
iliii I I'. ':fi
Stmr Pele from Maknwell I ' '
I liii "Two Orphans ' at tho Opera
Tlotifo this evening by tho Daiioy
Tlio two auction paloa at noon
to-day wi'ro pri'tly wvll patronized.
Thnro woro crowd nt i-nch snlo.
Tho Pioneer Building & Loan
Association will uieot on Moudny
ovouiug at thu usual titno and place.
Tho now Mcamor of tho 1. 1. S. N.
Co., to roplnco tho lost C. 11. Bishop,
is expected toartivo horo October 1G.
Tho many friends of James F.
Morgan will h-i gratified to hoar
that ho is ahlo to bo about town to
Tho ntqamor Mokulii which nrriv
nd thU imitning saw uo wrcclingo in
tho Molohai channel uot ovon n
cvo of lrih wlilsky.
All lion was arrested for driving
adouhlo team in a drav fater than
a walk, and ua lined St fur furious
and heedless driving.
Tho ftteatner J. A. Cummitis will
loavo on an excursion to Kalaeoba
ilio Point at Ti oe'lock this evening,
returning to-morrow (Sunday) oven
iug. Tho Now York Christian Herald
of Augtitt 22 has a good pint tiro of
mo Honolulu y. .n. u. a. iniiining,
from a photograph sent by Walter
Sonorlta Francesea Dias was found
guilty of celling liquor without a
license, in tho District Court yester
day, and was route need to pay a fine
M. G Silva, one of our prominent
morcliuuts. will bo married this
evening at 0 p in. to Miss Gomes.
I'he ceremony will bo performed at
tho Catholic Church.
0. A. Fogarly has filed a demurrer
to tho charge of embezzlement (lied
against him by his partner, Kilbey,
in U'O hop boor business District
Magistrate Perry resorvod his deci
sion until Uct. z.
A. HOME INDUSTRY.
A. M. Bailey, a woll known citizou
of Eugouo, Oregon, says his wifo has
for years boon troubled with ehro
nio diarrhoea and used many reme
dies with little relief uutil sho tried
Chamborlaiu's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Itcmedy. which has cured
her sound and well, fllvo it a trial
and you will bo surprised at tho
prompt relief it affords. 23 aud CO
cout bottles for rata by all dealers.
Benson, Smith ti Co., Agents for tho
TIiohc who think tiiomat'lvcB
worldlj'-wino act in various
ways that aru hoth interesting
and instructive. You can per
Rtiado n buriinufis man into
anything good by the ink Hi
gent uhc of wie and lnodv
rute argument, hut thin Ihh
no weiuht with a woman
Tliey like what they like be-
eaiihO . They are more
careful, know values better,
and will not he deceived. To
talc Quick Miles and Small
Profits without meaning it,
would bo suicide. We no
talk it and no mi-:ax it. Our
ralrs snow you also, btlieve
it. It's those who may be
unacquainted with this fact
that we are trying to reach.
v We said we would mention
Wooi.kn' Goods th'n week
and ho wo will. We have
been making considerable
effort for some time back to
buy the best to bo had in the
lino, and will offer thin week
noino of the handsomest Cash
men sever offered in Hono
lulu. Our evt ning shades of
Colored Woolens are positive
beauties in fact in our line
of Colored Woolens it would
be hard to ask for what you
want and not find it. These
goods run in all qualities with
Quick Sales and Small Profit
Wo have a few remnant of
Black Cashmere, iust what
you want because they are
yours for little money.
Wo also want to mention
Haxdicruoiiikfs. Wo have
some very handfoiuo embroi
dered ones. Also, a good
stock of desirable plum ones
while eveiy counter in the
store will convince you of a 1
we say about Quiuk Sales and
B. F. EHLKRS & CO.
G. II. Harrison,
mil oriran maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Ordor
loft al Hawaiian News Co. will ro
eeive prompt attention. All uork
gitArAiitixHl to Im thsfttn- i don
Chas. J. McCarthy has tnken
charge of tho well-known Criterion
Saltxin. Under tho now manage
ment patronage hs iueriaied and
it bids fair to secure its old-tiuio
prestige of having on hand tho best
of imported liquors.
J. W. Chapman caters for ban
quets, socialf, private dinners and
garden parties. Weddings a special
ty. Ho can bo found at all hour at
Sans Souci or will call on any ladies
or ueiitleinoii who will address him
through tho Ixt OthVo.
Tom Collie, the sailor who jump
ed overboard from tho bark Mulroso
yesterday, has been released. Ac
cording to his Khipmate. Collins
served time in prison al Newcastle,
X. S. W , and in coun'tpicuco tho
police hnvo their eyes on him.
Tho salo of twenty colts by H.
A Strong Horse
IS THE RESULT OF CN1N0
A FKBSU SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Just Arrlvp.1 flr "S. (I. Wllilrr.'
OAI.L AND SKIC US.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Oomur (jiit'ii V Nuuniiu titk
Both Telephones 121.
Armitagc, Mr. Morgan's deputy, in
tho rear of .1. I. Dowsett'u olllco
yesterdiy wan quitu successful.
Fairly good pi ices were realized aud
tho purchasers had quite a time
gulling their auimaU away, tho
beasts being friky and playful.
Harry Wooteu, of tho King street
cyclery, wa arrested last night for
ridiuu a bicycle without a light.
Mr. Wooteu claims ho was not rid
ing, but was walking alongside tho
wheel on his way homo. Tho easo
against Woolen was nolle pros tl iu
tho District Court this morning.
At 0:10 o'clock this morning tho
lookout at Waiauao reported n big
Oriental steamer olT that place.
Later a rocond report was received
that it was the tliri'o-masiod steamer
Pelo from Makatvoli, This is not
the first or second time tho "admiral
ship" of tho 1. 1. S. N. Co. has been
mistaken for one of tho Pacific
Tho '"Itules and History of tho
Iteil Cross Society of Japan" has
teen orbited at tho Bulletin olllco,
Tho organization was formed at tho
time of tho insurrection iu tho
southwest provinces, 1877. Us ob
ject is tho same as that of tho Ited
UroKs ot iMiropo, mm oi reiioviug
aud taking caro of wounded and
sick on tho fields ot battle.
Walter Burridgo of Chicago, tho
well-known cyclorama artist who
painted tho panorama of tho Vol
cauo of Ivilaii'a.'rocoiitly exhibited
at the Midwinter Fair, is at tho
Occidental, says a lato San Francisco
paper. For "tho past two mouths
lie has bcou engaged iu making
skotehes iu tho Voaeinlto for a cyclo
rama to lie exhibited in Chicago.
It is to cost about 510,000.
William Etssio, tho genial engi
neer of tho Makeo Sugar Co,, grace
fully remetiibured tho Bulletin stair
yesterday, tho day afturhis mniriago
leporb-d in this paper on thai date,
vwih a generous tioal of ehampagi e.
All houuh hucIi a recognition of tho
procs by nowly-mado Benedicks is
rare, it is just what mighL have been
expected Iroin Mich a whole-souled
gentleman as .Mr. JviksIo. iioios lo
the heath of his bride, with cougia
tuliititna to himsiilf,
At Williams' Kludio are to lie coon
Portraits on W.itcli Dials, whicli ho
is inakiug a specially of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by tho sot or
Prosperity and Purity Promoted by
a Local Corporation.
No doubt thoro aro many articles
of domestic consumption now en
tirely Imported which might with
profit bo produced at home. In this
regard capital at tho back of enter
prise might keep much money at
homo which is now going abroa',
bosides furnishing omploymont to
many skilled and common laborers.
This itlea has boon put in practice
with gratifying success by tho Ho
nolulu Soap Works Company, which
operates tho only soap factory in
theo islands. A reporter of tho
Bulletin, curious to soo and doscribo
tho process of making soap, visited
tho works yesterday. Ho was shown
nil over thorn by Mr. Johnson tho
Tho factory has been in operation
lor some years. It uoes not trans
morgify a mixture of grease and ro
fusn matter Into n bao counterfeit
of tho cleansing agent, but makes a
pure article of laundry soap out of
pure tallow, rosin, caustic soda
(lye), sal soda aud palm oil. Posi
tively uo other ingredients and no
adulterants are employ d.
Mr. Johnson says tho works ren
der their own tallow from Hawaiian
bred stock, so that tho soap must
bo pure. Tho company uow buys
and uses tho entire output of tallow
in tho islands, and, as an inducement
to tho country butchers to savo
thoir tallow, has steadily advanced
prices siuco starting in tho business.
Tim plant at Iwilel will now bo
briellv described from actual observ
ation. Iuto a largo kettlo holding
20,000 pounds, rising from tho
ground through tho second floor,
and fed from tho upper story, all
tho ingredients aro put. Steam is
turned on and into tho mass of tal
low, etc., through perforated inch
pipes running from tho boiler over
tho side and down into tho bottom
of tliekottlo. Af tor a certain period
of "bubblo, bubble, toil aud trouble,"
as in the witches' cauldron of Mac
both, tho now liquid and thoroughly
mixed mass is run iuto vats. There
it is mixed with tho sodas and
thnuco carried to tho soap frames, of
which thoro aro IU holdW 11001b.
each. Iu tho frames tho mass is
allowed to cool.
It is uow good honest soap. Tho
frames aro removed, each bearing a
lingo cake of soap wolghiug UOOib.
Xo housowifo wants a cako of soap
of this size, any moro than sho does
a mamoth cheese liko that shown at
tho World's Fair. Consequently tho
cako is cut up into conveuiout size.
To have thin done it is placod in a
slabbing machine, which is a very
simple affair, being nothing moro or
less thati a largo woodou iramo into
which this big pieco of soap fits to a
nicety on a sliding seat. Two up
right posts at one ond with a wire
across complete tho machine. Tho
soap is then pressod against tho
wire, which cuts it iuto slabs tho
thickness of tho bars. Those slabs
aro iu turu placed in tho cutter (a
similar dovico) aud cut iuto bars of
tho desired sizes. Tho beautiful
glotsy yellow soap is thou takeu to
l ho packinir room, where it is pack
ed iu boxes of 10!) pounds each, tho
boxes being mado on tho premises.
It is theu removed to tho warerooms
of the compauy on Queen street
ready for shipuiuut.
M. W. McChcsiioy Si Sous aro tho
agents of tho company. It is learn
ed at tho agency that tho present
output of tho factory is 111 000
pounds a week, but with tho daily
increasing patronage tho company
will bo compollod to enlarge lis
plant. Tho soap is sold at retail by
nil dcalors. Every bar in stamped
with tho words, "Honolulu Soap
Works," without which uouu is Ha
I-23& 9SSSU it'
Mr. J. if. Hurvhy
Crand Results from Taking
Broken Down System Thoroughly
"C. I. Hood ti Co., Lowe It, Mass.!
" acntlcmcni I lake ureal ilcnnre In sdrls
tng ynu of tiiy euro t y Hood's B.-inaparltla and
gladly recommend It to all suffering as 1 tiavo
been. My tritcm lecatno thoroughly deranged
ml Itfo seemed Mtla else out a tiurdcn. I was
very Mllous and my kidneys and Iher were out
ot order. I had nu nr:tlie mid seldom ato any
Irc.iKl;tl. 11.11I ukcii tomes mm unci nccn
ceomo qulto disheartened.
treated hy different phystelan l.nt ltli little or
no RticrcM. ami had bee
tearing tny caso uai
Beyond Human Aid.
Through a friend's ndtlce, as a last resort I la
vested In two bottles of Hood's Harsauarllla and
was so well pleased at tny Imtriircmenl I toon
sttcrwards secured four additional 1ottlcs and
sin now feeling bj well ns I ctt did." J. 11.
Munritv, llegtwhch. Illinois.
Hood's Pills euro Constipation by restor
ing tho erlsUlllo action ot tho alimentary canal
Hobron Drag Co., L'd.,
Solo Agents for the ltcjmhlln ot Hawaii.
Ladies who aro ou tho lookout for
Christmas presents should call at
thu Ceylon jeweler's storo on Nuu
aim street, where they can buy tho
best gems out from Ceylon at clear
ance sale prices. Thoro aro rubles,
sapphires, emeralds, pearln.cats' oyes.
etc Also handmade laces, aud
every t him: is being sold out regard
less of cost.
Johu O. Manger, Editor of tho
Suuhoain, Seligmau, Mo., who uam
ed G rover Cleveland for tho Presi
dency in Nov., 1882, while ho was
Mayor of Buffalo, N. Y., is enthusi
astic iu his praise of Chamberlain's
uolic, fjliojora ami Diarrhoea llo
medy. Ho says: "I have used it for
tho past five years and consider it
tho best preparation of tho kind in
tho market. It is an staple as sugar
aud coffee in this section. It is an
article of merit and should bo used
in every household. For salo by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Auouts for thu Hawaiian Islands.
between China and Japan
will eaiiHo pritea for their
silk fabric to go hiln-r ; no
country can fight nd weave
silk nt the suniu lime. The
price litis nlreudy advanced
and the papers state that
l... ....... 1-. itl-nlitlnlwi .."
IIIU "HI li Jirv.ij iu uu iii
for two or throe years. It
hchooviH tho carfful buyer
to purchase now Wo had
nil immense stock of Japa
nese Goods I'idered before
ww wib declared, conse
qnent'y we enn contintn to
bell ut the old price as lonn
an our present stock ho dt)
out, and then thu Wr will
force prices up. Our last
ennsigumoni e moists of Silk
Dress Gofds, both Hiftirs'il
uud plain ; Morning (towns
for Ladies and (.! nN, ilk
Kimonos, Smoking Juck
vU, Si k Pajamas, Jup-inese
and China Ware, Scivens,
Lamp Shad, s, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., itc.
llo'el St (ArliiiKMli llleuk),
Mil. J 1. 1'. CoLkAto, PruprU-tross.
Tucxday, Sept. 11, 180.
We begin thin week with
New Goods, New Dr. ss
Goods of every description,
Lawns, MukHiis, itc, etc.
Thefe new goods ii'C trade
winners as you will agree
when you examine them.
Some of the best bargains of
the season are. in then; new
Do ih'-y not suggest
A New Dress?
New Black Dress Goods,
New Colored Dress Goods,
New Cotton Dress Goods,
It is u good time to look at
tho countless vuriety of
Household Goods displayed
ou our counters, such as
New Table Linens,
New Cotton Draperies.
You remember that last
week wo advertised the re
opening of our Millinery De
partment. Well, the com
plete line of new stock that
we told you about litis arrived
Ribbons, Luces, Large Fea
therslips uud Whatnot in pro
fusion and under the manage
ment of ti computeut milliner
who is able to satisfy the uiott
.1. ,1. KGAN.
"DUSINESS Like Life
Is What Yon Make It!
We arc making it decidedly lively, by keeping
everlastingly at it, evolving the bargains that
make business. We have just made a . . .
Sweeping Reduction in Ladies' Waists!
We aro iteturtiilucd to clear thorn out.
Our $2.25 Waist will go for $1.25 and $1.50.
Our $:j.5() Waist will go for $2.50.
- Tliejc nro well mndf and goot tittlnK! wo linvest prenttaU line of sites.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 16cts.
' for f 1.00 r re roIiib very ft. If yon wsnl any you nrut corns soon.
The same with
Our oOets. Silk, iu Stripes and Solid Colors.
We hitve Jnst a few lengths left. IUts yon seen
Our Ladies' Chemise at 36ets?
This Is exceptional value, trimmed with l.lnen l.ace and well wad.
620 Port Street,
KwongSingLoyi SING LOT,
tot Itii St., "Tiotuii Block."
51-88 Ill II.. Mir Initio ft
P. 0. SOI Ml.
Mutual Telo. m P. 0. Box 207. j Mutual Tele. M6
Just Received Men's and Boy's Suits I
Colored Tweeds $7 50
Diagonals 7 50
English Sorge ' G 00
Boy Suits (elegant) G 00
(Jhime, Japanese, and Indian Goods 1
A Complete TA1L01UNG RSTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of Knejlish and
Anierieun Suitings. P;rfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS1 HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
CLEARANCE SALE OF
Clocks, Watches and Jeweliy 1
JL Autuhut ml
STOCK 'H 0I.00K8,
Jowlrv f tho miller-
flKiied will I'o ill 11 ned of lit Ives ticvor
bufuru ilrr-aiiiHl of,
O. HOOK CHOW,
Kl 'B Street.
I.I. 1 BIIHON8 WMO HAVE
nut IM to cull and
Building and Loan Association.
rpiIE ItKOUI.AIt MONTHLY SU'.BT
X Inu'uill ho held lit tho Chuinhcr of
foiniiifrto on MONDAY EVKNINO, Out.
1, Ibill, at 7::S0 o'clock.
W I'uyiiiuutx uru rciiutred In (lold.
A V. OK A It,
J. WntihfM or Clo kn In in
for r, n'.lm aro lmrcbv uot lie.
uet tlium within ono month nun this Unto,
othe'wr hv will h" old
fW Al lillU UKitltml 0. Hook Chow
will he l'lild on irrho tatlon; and thoso
who are lndthtwl to lilin aro riiiuatd to
conio and pay tho uii'bitntH ol ihcir hills.
llSO iw O. HOCK OHOW.
7j A .
li.binailoDH Scbuelzen or IMi Company
Wil told Iti Initiatory I'icnlo
inoiiiliTs an I the'r Irlfii'lH hro
Cf)NTIl.(TOIt AND Hmi.UKK.
Khtiimttoit ;lvun on all khiilN ctllrld;,
luin, SiHiioiind Wtindun Ititl iIImmh. .lol.
hliiit of nil klndi lliiliillnit Mntiirlnl (or
nili'. JIOandMtf Klnn utrt-et. Itotidtlivo
Tolwiihouo, Ull V.'7 1. O. Uox 11.
bit. Bourdman has tftnovrd thr bal
nee of her stock from Ilutel ttmt to
her private lleslthncf, whrre the in
tend cloaliij) it out at private tale. It
it arranged and ready for intp'clian,
and at the intendt to retire permanent
ly from busin'tt the Oondt will be told
reiiardlett of Coit, Old palront are
cordially invited to pay her a vinit.
For Sale I
Used but little. Aa Rood at new. Sold uu
accouut ol owner leaving the country.
(A Call or addiw
1101 tf 10T KIiik Street.
KOK HAI.K AT TI1K
e.i(jnT .h 'V'vy!
Cuca'atlODS Lead to Correct ReMilts,
H'Afri" fojlr milLf a intitule it fii mijijmi
iny that yml jiicluret ate nrremirili ejw
HVi r itlllmj pleturet errijiUij,jt Imjinte
any home, the prieei uf irhteh uimhl mlunlth
tlwte not aciiuuintol with the net.
it it nut iiereiiitry yet njint jirunfitehimj
or eiiijrntiiiy in order tithmeauorknmt.
The mrlhixt 11 rr;irunr(iiii now In twiif,
111 11 1 r i( yuiihte fur jieujile of imulernte mrniii
aiuellm their ueulthier neiijhhur.tn yrntlfy
their tmtefur the liemitlful.
(treat rnnye for the dltjilny oftttite, to the
election ofmlijectt, It njj'onteit hy our lerfitoy
ptelurct in thrrt form and mmtltllnyi from
which to icleet the fraoiei.
One neeil never he at a lost to I now what to
glicat a preimt, at any time or fur any ;wr
iioif, for there it nnthluy hetter than a jnctore.
tm- And KIWI IIIIOS. it the plnee to net
Excursion to Waikiki
es CENTS I
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISH ED 18B8.
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
HOI. II) (UK HKDItOOM hKT.H,
HOKA8, MiUNORH, WAHDU013K8.
MIKKOUS, MOUI.D1NOB, KTO., KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
Per lto'1 of 40 Ycrdn, U'.00.
And a Fmo Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent 1 Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutuai 76,
Hucroisom to 0. E. WIIILanu.)
609 AND 611 KING- 8TREET.
Nutice to the Public 1
CMITII WILL HUN
kj cnmlon to Wnlkikl.
A rilBAl EX
A Hum will leiivo
from the Old Chlncco Theatio, Klim blm't,
at Every Half Hour and Kvtry Hour
(ilHily) to thu timet car Tmiilnii, Wnl
Temple of Fashion
Bl Fort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urgt Auortraonl ol Ladles' and CUUna'a Ikoaa.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
LarK lino of WooIhiu t 2fMt FlnueletU, 10 ynrdii (or f Uu
Urowu atul Vhitt Oottous, from 8 to iXl yards, f 1.00 por pitHie.
AuoakHa GhiKhains, 12 yAnlh for I l.Ot). Genu aud Ladiea DnthiUK SulU
Silka, Sttinn, SrKi, Lawaa and Dmi Oooda of evnry tbanriptinn
la.. Gr. SILVA, Proprietor.
D, HOWARD HITCHCOCK
Will rrmiinii hin liictnuilloii In
Drawing - and - Painting
At hU Studio on Ilutel Ntri'iit.
('liquid uvury Wediifdy and f-aluriU)
(nun S a. m, to VI m.
An Kvonlrjt V'u In l)ruuiii! (ruin oh
jootH illitl III del. Mill ho 0ieiii'd for tho.ii
who limy wlah tOHtlt'lid.
aoou ai I'Uiillile.
ihutild be made uu
411 NUUANU 8TUEEI.
Imp orter ai Dealer m Baropean Dry atd Faicy Goods
Ladle' Wuiva ol every doserliitlim. AIo, trosh Hro ol Ohlnene Ooods.
Pongee & 'Wliite SiLfc Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
lifht Hlack uml Riven Chinuso Ta. Ciupu SImwIh, Ktr.
MT- tit Guaranteed. Prloea MmleraKi,
" iMirbua.1 Telephone
Daily Uullotin 50 Cents por Mouth.