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SATURDAY, OCT. C, IK1
BAOK FROM THB WRECK.
NO FliAOE MKK HOME.
Xoturning Hawaiian Mormons From
When the S. S. Australia was com
tag alongside the Oceania wharf, thu
faces of several iiawaiiaus were sopu
looking over tho rail of (he atoamor.
Mm I ft 1 a 4t fklattl a r Mt aid fial
iiueii ww '"i "" "- oould bo rceovorod. The Heavy rail
certained that the llnnaiians nero I 0M mata ,l machinerj were
l n nl rat r - Wait I .ftlfn I . . a
luviuiuil9louiiuiuK iiuni Univ uinu
City. They were sixteen in number,
No Moro Cargo Recovered But It Is
The steamer J. A. Cummins re
turned from Uin scene of tho wreck
of the Geo. N. Wilcox yesterday
evening, bringing nothing but a
spauker boom. She left on Thurs
day moruiug with the schooner
Haleakala in tow, and arrived over
in the afternoon. A southerly wind
was prevailing and tho sea wa
itraooth. The wreck was approached
mid divers sent down, but nothing
ould bo recovered. The heavy rail
eigbt grown-up people and the ru
natuuer children. Among tue num
ber was a middle-aged man named
Uaanihonua, a relativo of Mrs. S.
Parker, lie has beeu absent from
here seven years, and is just on a
visit to hii native land. The others
ero sent homo by tho Hawaiian con
sul at San Francisco. The natives
talo that they suffered intensely
with cold while at tho Mormon Set
tlement, Salt Lake City. Several of
the Iiawaiiaus still at tho settlomeut
are in such piltkia that they may be
expected by the uoxt steamer from
Haawihonua, in recounting tho
atory of his visit to Utah, said that
bo left Honolulu with two of his
relatives seven years ago. They had
very little money, but they managed
to purchase a plot of land for 150 in
Salt Lake City. H wrote back to
Hawaii to mortgage some 01 His
laud, aud with &uOu thuarecured ho
built a brick building. By dint of
Lard labor ho collected a goodly
number of pigs, poultry, cattle, etc.
During later yeara Iiawaiiaus liock
fd to the country, aud being a spend
thrift lot he had to shelter them,
having to mako additions to his resi
dence. The iiawuiians wero sup
ported by the Mormou elders uutil
iu th same location as when last
seon. On Friday forenoon a heavy
swell rolled in and it was found im
possible to go near the wrook. The
J. A. Cummins left in the afternoou
for Honolulu, The schoonors Hale
akala and Heoia wero left at tho
point iu charge of E. 13. Thomas
aud J. Calway. J. A Cummins,
Fred. Whitney and C. H. Eldrodgo
returned to town.
Mu Htrtnn (nU'i
Dr. C. B.Cooper, Surgeon-General
of Hawaii, is at tho Occidental. S.
Mr. Chae, the General
Pacsenger Agent of tho Vol
cano House Company, nays
something is iroing t huppuu
to Mudume Polo. He thinkrt
she han heard of our Quick
tules and Mnall Profit Policy
and is determined she will do
something to get up a higjjor
sensation. We are too bus
t was iuuud that the treasury was t , i xvlinr in rnimr
depleting too quickly. Tuey were j to S ul U 8l c. l,a w k'0,n
(in f fu m-re it u miuue-u iui
you to go an our representa
tive. You are aware of the
then tent into a valley about seven .
tulles from Salt Lake City, where '
they worked for the elders at Sl.GO a
flaw 'Plii iinlil ivai tfufiirii I lint I
several died and others decided to i faut that for every purell.te
come liotno. iuo present uoveru- muilu at our store, voti receive
a check. Kkei every onk
burnt has seut at three different times
for the natives to return to Hawaii.
Haawihonua will return to Utah
shortly, as he has property iu thu
territory valued at $0000.
ASSAULT Y 0FH0EB8.
Captain Klcmtno and Lleutonnnt ,
Oordts aaU a BcliueUan Club
A man named Mulior caused the
issuance of a penal summons about
noon to-day, for Captain Kletuuio
and Lieuteu..ut Cordos of the
mounted patrol, for assault and bat
tery. Thu facts which led to tho
summons arc as follows: Muller was
standing at tho door leading to tho
Marshal's olllco at 11 o'clock this
tuoruiug, waiting for an interview
with Marshul Hitchcock, who was
then in consultation with Deputy
Marshal Browu iu thu laltcr'a olllco.
Captain Klemmo ami Lieutenant
Cordes arrived at tho Station iu a
brake, and after tying the horau up
both walked upstairs. Muller saw
thu won coming, and evidently did
not wish to meet them. Before ho
could gut out of tho way, however,
Klemmu made n spring and hold his
arms while Cordos struck thu help
los man. Muller struggled hard
and fiualiy got loose, aud was held
by Otlicer Opuuui. Tho noisu of
tho sculUiug of feet attracted thu
attention of Marshal Hitchcock aud
his deputy, and Muller was iuvitod
iuto the ollice, whero hu told his
story, resulting in the issuing of thu
It is learned from privato sources
that Muller had threatened to give
something away to the Marshal.
Whatever it is could not at presout
be given out. It is also said that
the officers wero displeased with a
report Muller was believed to have
made iu the papers.
A native named Kahanauui plead
ed guilty iu the District Court to
day to larceuy of $.", tho property of
the Uawaiiau Tramways Co., and
was sentenced to six mouths' impri
son meut at hard labor. A similar
additional sentence was imposed on
him for larceuy iu tho fourth degree.
The Japanese cruiser Hi-Yei, a
former visitor to Honolulu, was iu
the naval battle of tho Yalu, being
disabled and compelled to re tiro.
The amount of purchase
makes no difference. On De
cember 20i h (the mon-ing
after Christmas), the man,
woman or child bunging iu
the LAUGH ST MMItKIt CHECKS
to the Store he! ore 12 o'clock
noon will receive a first
CLAPS ROUND TRIP TICKET to
ti c Volcano, and a letter of
introduction to M-damc Pelc.
as 13. P E1JLI2..S & CO 'S
rcrHcn(ativc. This ticket
gives you choico of route and
time for leaving. Kcmcmhcr
every purchase, grat or
small, entitles to a chance.
It's worth working for.
In the meantime, we are
going to try aud make things
lively here Quick dales and
Small Profits and plenty of
new novelties will ontinuc to
The Ttlnripoin came just in
time. We have been looking
forward with pleasure to th
arrival of those dark iu.un
nnd black lawns the veiy
latent out ; also Scotch uinu-
IIA.MS and COLORED DIMITIES.
A full line of these goods.
Special attention is also caded
to our new white and rhd
batistes and magnificent sin
gle and double width Cue
tons suitable for Curtaiim
and Furniture Coverings.
KS- B yu want to go
to the Volcano?
B. F. KHMCTCS & CO.
wisara to say that
THJIHE WAS ....
Only Enterprise Beer
BY THE AOeTttAUA"
Contlgncd to Him htch Is well
known to be
IN THE MARKET.
Bryant & Aloha
The umlii'klwtvrt hsvn reoIrM a I.srg
and Varied Attnrtnirnl ut
COMPBtSIKO TUE LATEST DEMONS IN
Dress Goods, Etc.
a wo a run. like or
Domestics, Cottonades, Etc.,
To which IkBpectlon is Invited.
H. BACKPELD & CO.
DELICATE I DELICIOUS I DAINTY I
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
Thne ar New I'ck -.Large, Tat, Extra Selected. Ona trial will prove their merlin.
N. B, Tim Oaaa of thl brand contain a grantor quantity than tboM of
X ltcU 4s rtrov, Ccaat -,gx-ta.
Monday, Oct. 1, 1894-
It is astonishing what high
prices goods will bring at auc
tion in Honolulu. Take for
instance the sale of the articles
recovered from the wreck o
the Wilcox, there was really
very little difference in the
prices of the cloth from what
would be paid in the stores.
Perhaps it was because a man
dressed in flotsam and ietsam
would feel head and shoulders
above his neighbor who pur
chased his clothing on credit
from a tailor. There's goods
and goods and as the articles
in the sale were imported by a
reliable firm the purchasers at
the sale know they are getting
first-class articles even if they
are a little bit damp It is to
be hoped for the sake of the
men who invested their money
in the wreck that everything
will turn out to their satisfac
tion. Speaking of the wn-ck
and tnc tiioct oi the waves
upon the valuable cargo re
minds us that we have a can
vas bag made waterproof and
to be used in districts where
ice is not available, for the
purpose of cooling water. It
is remarkable what a difference
there is in the temperature
after the water has been in the
bag for a few hours. It is an
indispensable to the man who
works away from a water sup
ply. We have them in several
varieties, for hanging on a ver
andah; on a horse or under a
brake. The cheapest is a dol
lar the largest two dollars.
The next thing to ice and pro
bably better for the health.
Among the novelties shown
at the Columbian Exposition
was a traveling water sprinkler
one that may be set to carry
any number of feet of hose
and water every part of the
lawn without your touching the
hose. We have a sample in
the store and there are others
in use in Honolulu. They
have given satisfaction in the
States as well as here for the
work they do as well as for the
fact that they do not get out of
order. It is not a toy, this
ttue uiant sprinkler, out a
A Mr. Wolff, of New York,
father of the gentlemanly sales
man of M. Phillips & Co., is
the inventor of a lawn ttnt
which for comfort, utility, etc.,
beats anything the world ever
saw. It is made on the plan
of an umbrella, ribs, cover and
all. The center rod is of gal
vanized steel passing through
an antique oak table around
which a dozen or more people
may sit with comfort When
the umbrella tent is hoisted,
and if you feel too much wind
blowing on you, sides may be
attached in a moment so that
your party may be out of a
draught or out oi the gaze of
the outsiders. We are the
only people handling these
tents and we arc confident
they will have the same success
here that they have had in the
States. An umbrella tent is
the lum turn proper at New
port or Long Branch. Why
not make it so here? We've
other novelties in stock not
mentioned in the last ad and
your inspection is invited.
BawaiiB Hardware Co., fd
0jm)hIU Bpreckeli' II lite V,
I 307 FORT STREET.
'Look ljjf Look
Out IS) ()ut
:fo:r, w-'i' ?
For New Stock of Furniture
Dally wxptcted on the "Wilder" aud the "Andrew. W-lch"
g Then Yoti Shb With Yonr Own Ey?s -)
PJoipip So Co.,
No. 7'4 King Street
"Tit Risg ol Xltitr.11 W.ttK."
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oornar Fort Hotel 3t
Prom Recent Direct Importations
MAWS' TOOTH BRUSHES !
Tho Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. .R.O- A.SSOR.TlvIllSrT.
Kitttlni ith Special (J.m tor thir tnatket, and
Every Bottle Warranted
HOLLISTEE DRUG CO.,
.A-geirts for te Ialaicis.
11 hirirf and Vtfried otock the undenuurned would 'Ira
particular attention to the following :
S.niiontMhfcT CiHilornM Hay, Barley, KnlM Rartoy, Rrnn
Middling, Oath, Corn.
B3E tn addition to our usual Htook of them w. hiv how
carrying Wanhiugton Brun, OuLh and Rolled Barley
Thefte art each ponneHHed of tttrong feeding properties anr
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
Royal ant) "Cleveland"
No, 1. Atwftyi Iu VW' M iiiwrxt mar.
8, .18, 10 per Imlo.
Liverpool OnHu. I rilli ,a
EnRllnb lalr,6MU. hut
HAM, BACON, GHKESK.
B.rreli and B-lf ftar 1.
Folger' in Una aud papT
A cbolov TarlNtr of lo-dlii brand.
T. MOUTON'S ENGLISH QnOCERIES.
OftOHSE 6s BLACKWELL'8 END USD QROOEBIBa
LIBBY. MONKIL & LIODY'S CANNED MB ATS
RIOIIAKDHON ROBBIN'8 OANNHD URATB
Pie, Table and l)no
7H and Ulli. hniM.
A larve varlntr
Heiols and S"u.rreys:
Leather Hind Cuthion with Fall and Springs S1 1.00
Leather Front Cushion with Fall S 9.00
Leather Hind Lazy back S 9.00
-Plietetons einci Biaggiee:
Leather Cushion with Fall and Springs Sft.00
Leather Cushion with Fall S 9.00
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
Mutual T-.hphO'.e J
Kerosene "Aloaa" & "Star" Kerosene
liAItUK 8TOOKB OF
Plmiiiiiiiiii ;vinlii':i n arflwara, Dry M
Rrocl(i!i', ForDitDn, li lilt.,
4I.WAYH ON HAND AT MODRttATK PHIUKa
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
FUSTIEST IIST F,JL,u5V03R.
Of any imported. Junt received by
SLCDJTJZBrLrEDOEt Ac GO,