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SATURDAY, OCT. 6, 1894
Saturday, Oct. 0.
8 8 Australia, llnudlettp, (torn Han Fran
8ATt'RHAY, Oct. 8.
Am ms't Transit, Jorgciuen, for Ban Finn-cls-o
Kroin San Kranrlco. per 8
OctO.MiM Armstrong, K K
Florence Hover, 0 A Drown, Uej A lirown
William A browu, wile and two children,
aiiss .11 ay ury-w, a u cicins, a letntng,
A TlieonrueitT, Tlios J Hlgalns, Mrs J
M Horner and two children, Mrs A Her
bert, Mls llerbort, 0 C Kennedy, wife and
child Mrs J A Kennedy a d tontilldrn,
A Mmlsiruni, A r Under and wlff, Miss
Mabl Lnmtminn, V H M-rcor, J F No'an
nil wife, Miss K KnUn, Mi 1 M l'ope,
Miss Clara J rotors, If F 1're-cott, M b
Perrelra and wifn, 1 t'eclr, Jo Ralph, l)r 1
H nayuiond, Mrs J W Mnltli and two
children, Fred Schluuer. Koswo'l Hkeel,
Jr, and wife, Miss IMsy Tomes, E H Tay
lor and wile, Miss Wlllfong. F J Wl'litlm
an.i wife, M ss Wlihrlin.U M Williams, t
LATB FORBIGN HEWS.
The 8. 8. Australia, It C Hrmdlo'tc,
cuiiiiuaiiilcr, left Han KMtiulsro, Httpt, 'J',
MM, at2p.ru with irt rablu and M steer
aiie pnswiuors, and IK hag of mnll. Kx
urlenced strong . W. winds until Oct. 3,
ttieti moderate to strong 8. K winds with
frequent rain Miuall, and during the las.
1M hitir chiuily Mild nil 'iv rather with
the wind south. Arrived at Hon .lulu Oct.
(J at 0 a. in.
LOOAL. AND itKNiSHAL Wft.
Tbe Supremo Court Las ailjouru
od line die.
Pur Australia to-day half autl
Mr. and Mia. Wilbelm and dough
lor arc back from the Coast.
The kingdom of Italy ban rocog
nlzwl thu Republic of Uawaii.
The Oovcrntnont band will play
at Emma Square this afternoon.
Puraur McConibo otlll ocouplos
tho position of purser on thu a. 8.
Jim Carty returned by tho S. S.
Australia to day from t business trip
to tho Coast.
J. W. Chapman has left Sans
Soucl, wheni he has been steward
for two months past.
The Ilumauo Society fallod to
eloct an agent Iat night, and ad
journed till 3 oVlock Monday.
A fresh supply of John Wieland's
lager beer arrived to-day per Aus
tralia for tho Criterion Saloon.
Fresh frozen oysters on ice have
been received at the Beavor saloon,
where they are served in any style.
Jos. M. Poepoo, lawyor, and Albert
McOurn and Jos. Rosa, printers, all
Hawaiian, have sworn allegiance to
"A Night "off" will le given by
the Dallev Stock Co., nt the Opora
Houso this overling. Tho play is re
A fresh suddIv of Enterprise boor
arrived by the S. S. Australia to-day
for tho Merchants Exchange, also
California oysters for cocktails.
W. G. Irwin ft Co., Ld., issue
through tickets to all points in the
United States for tho steatnor Aus
tralia sailing next Saturday at noon.
By tho Australia a largu and fresh
supply of thu popular Enterprise
beer has been received at tho I'au
theon saloon, on which Jim Dodd
offers a remark elsewhere.
Ogura & Co. have received a cable-
Sraru from Hiogo stating that the
ritish stoamer Nanshan wa to sail
Oct. 8. Mr. Boardman says she will
bring 1000 to 1100 Japanese.
A Chinaman fined $85 for opium
at Ewa escaped from an oQlcer. Ho
was caught again and flogged by the
otllcer. Talk of having the otllcer
prosecuted ended in his being repri
manded. The Fredericksburg beer has a
lightness making it tho most whole
some of beers for this climate. It is
received direct from the brewery by
the Anchor saloon, whioh holds the
sole agency for theso islands.
A youuk Portucuesn couple were
looked up in the smoking room of
the S. S. Australia shortly after she
arrived this morning, it being stated
that they did not have tbe requisite
$50. The husband displayed $50 in
gold to several who peered through
tbe windows, and will likely be re
leased. Natives from the Koolau side of
the island came to town this morn
ing, and reported having picked up
oases of gin, clothes and numerous
other articles which had drifted
ashore. At Kaneohe cases of gin
and clothes were picked up by the
natives, the gin drank and tbe
olothes worn. Those are from the
wreck of the G. N. Wilcox.
VHX AliliVOEO DAMAGES SUIT.
Opinion in Washington that
Queen Cannot Sue.
Washington, September 25. No
thing 1b said at thu Department of
Justice of tbe subject of Queen
Liliuokalaui'a proposed claim
against tho United States for $200,.
000 damages becauso of the loss of
her throue. Certain it is that the
Department of Justice could uot
enturtaiu tho claim, nor would any
United States court give it a hear
ing. Her one remedy, if she believes
this country to blaiuo for her politi
cal overthrow, will bo to petitiou
Congress and aRk for tho passage
of a bill making an appropriation to
pay bur damages. Tho votes iu Cou
Kress duriuif thu last session on thu
subject of Hawaii would indicate
tbut her ohaucus for
action are very slim.
Man Francisco, Sept. 29.
(Per 8. 8. Australia.
THE ORIENTAL WAR.
MUTINY OF CHINESE TROOPS.
Shanghai, Sept. 28. Tho Chinese
army at Heijo on thu Ynlu river,
which is opposing tho advance of
the main Japaneso army in Corea,
has mutinied. Tho men are throw
ing away their arms because they
have no ammunition, being cut off
from their base of supplies. Chi
nese defenses havo completely col
lapsed and are now only a farco.
There is a panic in Peking and tho
very name of Japanese insptros ter
ror every whore. China is perfectly
RGIONINO DTNASTT THREATENED.
Vienna,' Sept. 28. Tho PolitUche
Correspondence says the following
information has reached St. Peters
burg from China and attracts the
serious attention of the Government:
Intense excitement prevails in all
tho provinces of Chinn, and the dis
satisfaction of thu highest officials
in thu empire has reached a point
which indicates a probable move
ment against the reigning dynasty.
Tho spirit animating the regular
army is satisfactory, but discipline
has been much relaxed.
The irregular troops, upon which
the Government must now rely, are
committing great autl frequent ex
cesses everywhere, including the
capital. The war chest is as empty
at the State exchequer, nnu mu
Government has tho groatest diffi
culty iu purchasing tho barest
necessities for the troops iu tho
ITEMS ON THE SITUATION.
It is reported from Shanghai that
tho Emperor has acceded to Li
Hung Chang's request to allow him
to take tho field iu person.
From tho same city it is reported
that tho Chinese troops have evacu
ated Corea and are now massed at
Chiu Lies Chang, thirty miles west
ward of the Ynlu river.
It is stated that tho numerous
desertions from thu Chinese nrmy
of latu is because of thu faulty con
dition of tho arms and amiuuuitiou
supplied to thu troops.
Without having official advices
confirmatory of tbo latest news, it
was pointed out, at tho Japanese
Legation in Washington, that tbe
invasion of Manchuria would bo tho
direct result of the Japanese victory
at Ping Yan, and the diplomats
wero willing to creuil tbe news ol
It is reported that in July a friend
ly agreement was ruado between
Russia and China with regard to thu
occupation of the Pamirs. Iu Wash
ington it is thought that, while
the report may bo true, the agree
ment had no bearing on tho present
struggle but was simply a provisional
settlement of the Pamiran question,
which has long boon a bono of con
tention. ROTII COUNTRIES HAVE TO IIUIUU SIHI'S AT
A correspondent of the London
Times writes as follows: "Privately
I loam that tho Canton arsenal au
thorities are iu a difficulty which
may ntiecl the whole war. (Jliltia
wanted to pursue a Fabian policy
and rely upon her enormous wealth
to ultimately crush Japan. Doth
couutrios wero surprised to find that
thu neutrality laws pruvouted their
buying war ships iu Europe. Orders
were given to thu various Chineso
arsenals to build ships ami maku
f;tius. Tho Foo Chow arsoual, the
argest and the only ouo iu China
that ever built ships on a serious
scale, may bo in a statu of readiness,
although it will uot be abut to build
large vessels without European help.
"uul the wuanipa arsenal at can
ton wan fountl to bo in a lamentable
state of unfitness, and heavy punish
ment is sure to fall upon the officials
responsible for this condition of
"In the meantime tho Japanese
arsenals aro supposed to be working
upon an unprecedented scale. The
question of what articles may bo de
clared contraband is seriously dis
turbing thu Eastern trade. Great
Britain refuses to recognize rice as
contraband. China can do practi
cally nothing at prosout with tho
Japanese coal trade."
JAPS MARCIIINO ON.
London, September 28. A ills-
patcn i row bnauguai says it is re
ported that the Japanese have suc
ceeded in entering the Chinese pro
vince of Mauohuria, and aro advanc
ing upon Moukdeu, the capital.
It is also said fighting has taken
place between tbe invaders and thu
Chinese at a town between that city
and the frontier. Tho engagement
is said to havo ended iu a decisive
victory for the Japauese, who estab
lished themselves in the position
previously occupied by the Chinese
No details of tho roported battle
aro given, and tho Chinese at Shang
hai discredit the report.
A dispatch to tho Timet from
Yokohama says: Tbo destiuatiou of
the second Japauose army of ii0,000
men is kept secret. The Japauesu
army iu Corea is rapidly advancing
northward. No resistance to its
progress is expected on this side of
I he Chinese frontier. There is no
truth in the rumor of au armistice.
THE THUNDERER SPEAKS.
The London Times, commenting
on the reports of the battle of the
Yalu, says that the accounts from
Japanese and Chinese sources do
not present greater discrepancies
than might nave been expected.
This great practical experiment
enables us to correct much wild
theorizing. We may safely affirm
that modern weapons have not
materially modified the conditions
of naval war. It seems certain that
another blow is meditated by Gon
oral Kawakami, tho Japanese Von
Moltke. Tho Chinese fleet is para
lyzed and Japanese are free to trans
port a force in any direction. Two
principal courses are open to the
Japaneso to strike direct at Pekin
or to occunv Formosa. Either
these courses is moro probable than
a march upon Moukuen.
The Times says China's passive
resisting power, often extolled, has
certainly not boon illustrated of lato
years. It seems certain that 25,000
Japanese could now occupy Peking
and obtain any terms they wore
likely to demand. At the same
tirao the Times estimates the risk of
a move on Peking at the approach
of winter, and suggests that Japan's
better plan would be to occupy
Formosa with an expedition of 30,-
000 men. Neither Rusiia nor France
would lie likely to offer resistance to
the occupation of Formosa. The
climatic conditions of that island aro
better suited to tho operations of
the Japaneso army than a winter
campaign in Manchuria.
A SERIOUS OULOOK.
Mail advices from China at Wash
ington cans) Secretary Herbert's ac
tion iu sondlnw a large naval force to
tho China stallou to be regarded as
wiso. Thero aro many indications
of a purpose to close treaty ports,
which would bo disastrous to foreign
commerce. It is feared also that
crushing reverses to the Chinese
troops would cause the masses to
turn against Li Hung Chang with
thu pent-up hatred of years. Great
disorder and violence would be tho
result, and foreigners in China would
be in extrome peril for both person
JAPANESE SUtrS rlOHT WELL.
Furt hor dotails of thu battlo of
the Yalu show that tho Japanese
fleet was handled in a masterly man
ner. When the flagship Malsushima,
which boro tbo burnt oi tbo Chi-uo-ii
fire, was disabled and suffered
the loss of her commauder and first
lieutenant, Admiral Ito lost no time
in transferring his flag to another
warship and was soon again in tho
thick of tho fight. The Yoahino was
fought splendidly. Sho steamed in
advance of the Hi Yel and whon tho
lattor was disablod and backing out
of lino tho Yoshino took thoenotny's
fire and was shot, frequently. First
Lioutonant Ashiga took command
of the Yoshino after the captain and
two lookout men were killed and
fought the ship until darkness ter
minated the fight.
Bob Fitzsimmons, tho middle
weight champion of the world, de
feated Dan Creedon in two rounds,
iu New Orleans, on Sept. 20, win
ning a purse of $T000.
General Coxuy's brass bauddosort
od him at Columbiana, Ohio. He
had boon keeping thorn under canvas
teuts and feeding them on hard tack.
They had domanded hotul diet and
lodging, and Coxoy refused thom.
Mrs. W. K. Vaudorbilt returned
from Europo yestorday, with her
daughter aud son. Sho was driven
to the Uraud Central station from
tho steamer aud left for Newport by
way of Boston. Efforts to effect a
compromise, by which an open rup
ture with her husband should be
avoided, bad proved a failure.
Mrs. Daniel Gerard camu near bo
ing shot while playing ghost at St.
Louis Crossiug, lud. She was
brought to the earth by a dog, and
a intn named Spurliu, who recog
nized her as a woman of whom his
wife was jealous, would have shot
tho prostrate woman had his brother
not prevented him.
The Cunard steamer Lucania has
again lowered the record, making
tho voyage from Queenstown to
Sandv Hook in fivo days, seven hours
aud forty-eight minutes. Her high
est day s ruu was 552 knots, and
average speed 21.7 knots au hour.'
John S. Johnson bicycled a mile
at Waltham, Mass., in 1:50 3-5.
Lord Hawke'a cricket team from
England scored 221 in tbe first in
nings with the Philadelphia team.
Thero wero no goose-eggs.
Tho undergraduates of Princeton
University have voted in mass meet
iug to abolish hazing in all its
Thero is talk of another fight be
tween Sullivau aud Kilrain.
Enormous destruction of property
has been caused in Florida by a
West Indian cyclone.
The Christian Endeavor conven
tion of 1895 will be held in Boxton,
instead of San Francisco as was
Corbott tho pugilist has writteu a
warm letter to Fitzsimmons, in reply
to a published challenge of the lat
ter. He says Stove O'Donnell, his
sparring partner, has $10,000 to back
hiui in a fight with Fitzsimmons,
und it he boats O Donnell then Cor
bott will fight him.
Brooklyn women are crusading
against living pictures and theatri
cal posters representing women in
President W. J. Littlejohn, of the
Underwriters' Association of the
Northwest, makes the serious charge
that some of the calamitous forest
fires of this ami former years were
started by lumber kings to hide
their timber stealings.
L. R. Ellert is tho Republican
candidate for Mayor of San Fran
cisco. Judge Morrow of San FrancNco
has discovered a clause in the gen
eral appropriation bill under which
he holds that Chinese not born lu
the United States have not tho right
of habeas corpus. This would leave
the landing of alien Chinese solely
in the hands of collectors of cus
toms. Adbell, the beautiful jot black
baby stallion from Pnlo Alto, broke
the world's yearling record at San
Joe yesterday by trotting a mile
without a skip in 2:23.
Senator Hill will probably start
the Democratic campaign of New
York State iu Brooklyn.
WILSON SPEAKS IN LONDON.
Republicans are making tho most
of n speech delivered by Representa
tive Wilson of West Virginia, author
of the original tariff bill of lH'.ii, at
a banquet given to him by the Lon
don Chamber of Commerce. Sir Al
bert Rollitt, who presided at the
banquet, spoko of the benefit tho
new American tariff had already
proved to English manufacturers.
Congratulations to Wilson wero sent
from tho Elinbtirgh Chamber of
Commerce while the banquet was in
progress. uovurnor Mclviulev,
speaking to a big audience at Galli
polls, O, commented with all the
sevority at his command upon Wil
son's speech and thu honors being
given him in England.
It is reported that Duptiy, Pre
mier of France, will shortly resign.
The Radicals are carrying thu
elections in Norway, and tho king is
From Paris It is reported that, al
though tho issue of .'00,000 shares of
Panama stock has not succeeded,
the now company will be immediate
Thu condition of tho Czar of
Russia has ohanged for tho worse.
His physicians would send him to
tho Crimea, but fear to risk tho long
journey. It is considered in Vienna
that the Czar's kidney disease is the
result of moral and mental anxiety
Rio Janeiro is quiet aud a vigor
ous campaign ngaiimt the rebels in
Rio Grnudu do Sul is being planned.
There aro premonitions of trouble
between Mexico aud Guatemala over
a boundary dispute.
Mosquito chiefs aud property
owners from Bluefields are petition
ing for annexation to Colombia.
Martial law rules iu Costa Rica on
account of au attack on thu President.
W. J. Baker
North 1'emlmike, Mass.
After the Grip
Relief from Hood'a lartaparllla
Wonderful and Permanent.
MC. I. Hood ft Co., Lowell. Msss.t
"1 had kidney trnulite and set ere pains la
tnr back, which was brought about by a cold
contracted while In camp at Lhinfletd In la&t.
1 hare been troubled more or less since that
time and hne been un.iblo ( dn any heavy
work, much lei any llttlnir. I rccehed only
temporary relief frum metlUinc. I.att sprint
I had an attack ot tbo grip, which left me with
A Bad Cough, Vary Weak
physically, In fact my syitetn was completely
rundown. I tried a bottle ot Hood's Barsapa
rill and It made me feel so much better that I
continued taking It. and hale taken lx bottle.
It bai done Mnnders tor me. n I hate not been
so tree from my old palm and troubles since tbe
war. I consider Hood's Sarjnpnrlll.i a Uod-enl
bteulug to the suffering." WILLIAM J. Uakeu,
North 1'embroke, Man.
Hoods Pills cure Coiutlpatlim by reitur.
lug the perltUltlc action of Uie alimentary canal
Hobron Drug Co., L'dM
Hole Agents for the Hepubllc of Hawaii.
USINESS Like Life
Is What You Make It!
We nie making it decidedly lively, by keeping
everlastingly nt it, evolving the bargains that
make business. We have just made a . . .
Sweeping Reduction in Ladies' Waists!
We are determined to clear them out.
Our $2.2f Waist will go for $1.25 and 1.50.
Our 3.50 Waist will go for $2.50.
HA. These aro well made and good fitting; we hare at present fall line of sltei.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 16cts.
Or 7 for $1,00 are going very fmt. If you want any yoa matt come soon.
Tho unit with
Our 0cts. Silk, in Stripes and Solid Colors.
We hare jnst a few lengths left. Hare yoa seen
Our Ladies' Chemise at 36cts?
This Is exceptional value, trimmed with l.lnen fce and well made.
620 Port Sfirpei,
C fcJ BT3a. Cs JErsL S.
Ttttnday, Sept. 11, 1894.
We begin this week with
New Goods. New Drss
Goo-Is of every deseription,
Lawns, Minims, etc., etc.
Thece new goods ae trade
winners us you will agree
when you examine them.
Some of the best bargains of
the season are in them new
Pioneer Furniture House
S. S. "AUSTRALIA.1
New Goods 1 Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
801.11) OAK UKDUOOM 8KTH,
BOFA8, LOUNGES, WAHDKOUH8,
MIKKOKS, MOOLJIINOS, KTC, KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
I'er Itott of 40 Yards, f 12.00.
And a Fino Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
Pianos for Rent 1 Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179. mEPBONES Matoal 76.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THK At STEAMSHIP
WILL, LEAVE HONOLULU
IBncceiiori to a E. Wllllami.
AND 011 KING STREET.
THE EMl'F.nOH OF CUINA TIIINKINO
MAKINO A UIIANdK.
A UfRpatuli from Shanghai, tinted
Friday, nnys: It is boliovtul tho Em-
onror coutiunulnto!) a cunuue of ad
visttnt and tho dismissal of all thu
miuidnritiH and others who liavn boon
coiii'oruud in tho conduct of tho war
Affnira at IVkinj; nro tondiiig to
ward au iuiporial uotipd otat, involv
ing I ho overthrow of Li Hutik'CliaiiK
and other htaleHinon.
It in (xmutod that tho captain of
tho (Jhinooo waraliip Kwiiiik Kai will
ttlno bo beheaded for cowanlico mid
for ntratidiiiK IiIh voanol in an at
tempt to iiHcaim durinu thu autiou
favorably off the Yalu rivor. The oviduiicii
I agaluit him ii itroug,
roa thi a nova tort nv
Saturday, Oct. 13th,
The undersigned are now iireiiared to
Issue ThroilKli Tlolcetn front this t'lty to all
polnU In the United State.
SW Hor further rtlculara reganllnft
Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. O. IKW1N A CO., L'b,
Ulft-Hl (ieneral Agent
Tills Evening !
Do tin v not HUt'nt
A Now Dit'BaV
New Rltuik Drt'HH f!oolH,
New Colored Divhh (JooiIh,
New Cotton Drew CJooiIh,
It in u good time to look at
the counrlcHH variety of
Household Goodfi diHpluyed
on our eounteiH, tmcli iih
New Table Linens,
New Cottoi Draperies.
You remember thut last
week wo advertised the re
onenintr of our Millinery De
partment. Well, the com
plete Hue of now Htook that
wo told you ubout hus arrived
JtibboiiB, LaceH, Largo Fea
theraL'ipHiiud Whatnot in pro
fusion and under the manage
nii! .t of a compiitent milliner
who m able to hatiufy the most
.1. .1. KG AN.
Temple of Fashion
esie Tort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing.
Uni -uortaHt el Um' ail OkJJana'i Shot.
Large Line of Summer Goods t
Law lino of Wooleua at '25c. Flannelette, 10 yards for f I.IR1
Drown aud Wbito Cottons, from 8 to 20 yarda, f LOO pur piece.
AmoakeftK OinRbamn, 12 yards for f 1.00. Gouts' and Ladle' BatbiroK Nmu
Silks, Satins, Sorgos, Lawns and Dress Good of every description.
&. GK SIIV, Proprietor.
h J. LKVKY.
W. It. DAILKY,
The Anchor Saloon
; Fredericksburg Beer
I luportltiK a DIKKOI' from the
The Best Beer for tbls Climate
Oysters for Cooktails
UtctWid by tha "Atutrslls."
DAILEH STOCK COMPANY.
Saturday, Oct. 6th:
"A NIGHT OFF"
llox I'lau open at Urn utllce of I.. .1,
WAIAKEA. MILL CO.
At Tin: ADJOntNr.D annmwi,
MikUiik '! I'm WmKr. Miu.t'o,
Imiil IhU ilny, nt llm iilllrn if Tliwi. II.
DutIun ,V Co., (Ltd ), nt lliinolnlil, the fnl.
IuwIiik Olllii'r viriM'rctH( to bitvii fur tli
ensuliiK juar, vU i
Thru II. Ditvlui)
Tliui, It. Walker.
I'" M. rUitnty
K, V. Iluldiiwiirlh
T. It. Kuyworth
I'm!. Ii nt,
Trm mi nr,
K. W. IIOLIIHWOIITII,
Honolulu, Hopt.W.ls'.M. IIM-Sl
JUST TO HAND
A SBW HUlTi.Y OK THK
Genuine Budweiser Beer
IllltWHU IIY Tin:
AnheuBor-Buaoh Browing As
sociation AND ok -
SCHLITZ'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Solu AmintB for tho Hnwnllun
IT IS NEOESSAKY
thut milk for babies, in
vulidtt or sick puoplo (should
bo pure ; it is jtiHt uh impor
tant to havo the bt'st quality
for well people. The Pur
veyor of tho Queeu'u Hospi
tal takes a portion of the daily
supply and places it on ice
until it reaches a temperature
of 60 aud then teste it for
adulteratinn. The Waialak
Dairy, of which Paul Isen
hcrg is proprietor, supplies
the milk to the hospital, and
Mr. Eckardt pronounces it
absolutely pure. If you havo
any f-uspicion us to the qua
lity you now use suppose you
i .1 nr i .
cry tne wuiaiac nniK tor a
month and note the differ
ence. Mr. Isenberg makes
no butter, consequently you
got thu milk on which cream
will rise in an hour or two.
Orders by telephone, either
line, promptly filled.
Firewood free from borer
holes at lowest price delivered
to any part of Honolulu.
JOHN T. R.O"WN,
Dealer In HuwnlUn and Foreign Pontage
Stamps. I. O. lUix 411, Honolulu. I
HlKlieat prices given for UnnxtNl and Heed '
llawallun biamim in exchange fur other i
countries front llrnt-clas approval sheets '
Sheets forwarded to any partuf the Island
on application with town reference. , ,
J. T. 11 Is 0en to meet any collectors hy '
appointment. 1112-3m ;
CRITERION SALOON. '
between China and Japan
will cause prices for their
silk fubricH to go higher ; no
country can fight und weave
silk at the saimo time. The
price has already advanced
and the paptrs state that
the war i likely to be "on"
for two or three years. It
behooves the careful buyer
to punh se now We had
mi immense stuck of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
war whs declared, conse
quent') we can continue to
sell at the old price i as lout;
as our present stock ho ds
out, and then tho W.ir will
force prices up. Our last
consignment cubists of Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
aud plain ; Morning Gowns
for Ladies and Guits, :Mtk
Kimonos, Smoking Jacket-,
S'uk Pajamas, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shad s, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., etc.
M H. j I'. 1'
t (Arlington llloolc),
roi.i aid, I'rniirli'irvM
IS HKItK.llY (I1VKN THAT
claims uuitiiint the Criterion Ha.
will he i-vttlrd hy Mr Ju. 1 Mor
gan, mill nil imittuiuiing Hivounu ilnu the
Criterion Saloon and thu Jolililn houxe of
I., II, Due up to the ulxiwi dnte are ptyahlu
to Mr. L. II. Id i'. All hills iig'liml L. II. ,
Dee plcniie. pretent Immidlately for pay I
mint. U II. DKi:
Honolulu, (Vt. 3, IH)I. lift.' 3m
If your lubicriptioii hm rtpirtd now
it a pfooii Unu to uiuw it,
ATTOHN'KY AT LAW
lt.ni. ved to U Merchant Btrt,