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MONDAY, OCT. 8 1894
SUKIiAT, Oct. 7
Btmr Clnndlnp from Maul
Htmr Mlknhnla front Knnal
Slnir I'clii from Mnkuwelt
Am hk Oakland, Mudulrr, 2 days from
Mo Mi at. Oat. K.
Btmr Knnla for Knlmko, ami l'unnluu at
Btmr Jus Maker for Knpan (it 6 p in
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Rtmr rinmllnn for Mn'il
Btmr MiknliMfi for Kami
T.OOAL AND OEKEKAX NKWB.
Mr. TIofTntino visited tho Quoen
; at 11 o'clock this morning.
GurKoes from Island Port.
Bunr 1'ele 1000 hng itipnr.
Bimr Mlkaliula 51 hag ni;ar, 21bvlU
hilc9, IU held utile, undo likj-s su -
Btmr rintnlln' 221 bap sup-ir, 15" liaRs
pntuU.ct I4H bnttfl corn. 100 Imh tur.
&0 hca 1 rattle, 71 lio;-, il hide, u mill
rulleri, i) pk it Ktnitlr.t!.
1'niin Kanal, icrsttnr Mlkihnh, Oct 7
Fmncts (Jnv, A Hro'er, It M dim ilt. W
II -.Ic, Oil Willi.. 1,8 Youtnr 11 V...
tor. M Itrmli II It Niikujo, mi. I .: deck
Krmti Maul, lior s'liir Oluiiill it. "ct T
MIm NIc uli-'ii. V II Curiincll. O II V- IN,
MBHir Vlilt, M 0 ltii, W MiniN, Cnpt
MIN.uk, hTiivlor, Kiitlicr Vulcntlnp, lr-
II ulli-8. O V (irlliiiln iiml wlf-. t J Drum
mini!, Mr Oook mill wifo. Y Amoy nml ;i7
tfulppiuv Not on
Tlit Hawaiian hark Andrew Welch left
Ban KmiicImm uti Sept. 20 lor Honolulu
wlthh jiicnil o.irj;o
Fiom S-ntt o, w hk Oakland, Oct 70
J Wliltlind, Hurt Tnrp'ey, Fred W Car
ter, Mrs Carter, 1. 1. Jlc atnllenp.
Tho ielio..iicrTmnlt railed on Biturday
for Ban FrnncNuo wl'li tho following
dnnii'stln produce! WI bngi migir, 437 bg
rlcu, T II lluviv V On; I .,.'11 hag mgar.O
llrnwrr .t Co; b'72 bng Migir. ('nutlet
Cooke; HI tilits iiio iiiKrn, J U llruiu.
Domestic value, fOVt73l.
Tho trustor) of tho Queon's Hos
pital will hold n Buocial meeting at
"Tho Silver King" is tho piny to
morrow nvuning at tho Opora Houso.
Every play thia week is a gom.
C. A. Lontf, an enterprising young
Hawaiian lint cslnblilioil liimolf as
a notary public at 15 Kaahutnauu
Thcro will bo a bicyelo moot for
which tru'ilals will bo givon, at Ka
piolnni Park on Thanksgiving Day,
An infant) nntivo was brought ovor
from Koloa. Kauai, on tho rtoatuor
Polo yefltortinj. Tho patiout's wifo
Wodncday will bo tho Jewish
Day of Atonement, llobrow resi
dents will tnVervo it ns usual by a
sttipuuiou of business.
COJHNO KINO OOFFKK.
A Now Coffee Enterprise in 8outh
Kona One More Company,
A prospectus of the South Kona
Coffeo Company (Limited) has latoly
lwpn Issued. Messrs. H. Hackfdd
& Co. are to bo the agnnts of tho
now company. Thoro are a limited
number of shares left for sale eo
advertisement in this isstto. Tho
following is a commnl on tho enter
prise from Tho Planters' Monthly
"A now coffeo enternrtso is soon
to be started in Kona, Hawaii, under
tho name of 'South Kona Coffee
Company.' Its site is located on
tho land called Papa, unrno four or
flvo miles from tho dividing lino be
tween tho districts of Kona and
Kau, with Hoopuloa as Its port or
I landing, which is only four miles
I from tun Government road and
easily accessible at all seasons of the
year. Tho land is owned by Mr. J.
M. Monsarrat of this city, and is be
I Moved to bo among tho best for cof-
I fun irttvttiip In lntin na flin filt i.ntt.
Tho Chinese stalilenwu of Manuel . gj,ls of Very rich n.( and oany
Ileis was fined So in tho District Wnrked. Tho Government road
Court to day for nattlt and battery traverses this land at an elevation of
between China and Japan
will caie pii en for their
biik t luricToo nuiu-r
coniiln can light mid weave
ni'k at the h.mih' iiiie. The
price Iijh ahvadv advanced
on a four-j ear-old boy.
Mrs. M. V. Lawrence, wifo of
Deputy Ltwretiee of Oliu Jail, and
child "returned from the Ciiast on
the S. S. Australia on Saturday.
Mr. Datnou is to give a chowder
parly at his Moatialtia rei!euce to
morrow, in h iiuir of Mr. HoITuuug,
late Hawaiian charge d'affaires in
Attention is called to the an
nouncement of tho Hawaiian Invest
ment Co. It has good business
talent in charge, and will do all tho
It is not true that tickets aro sell
ing for Saturday night's perform
ance, as published in tho morning
paper. Tho box plan for Saturday
will not opoti until U o'clock Tlnirs
Tho Myrtle Hoat Club celebrated
tho first anniversary of its victory
ovor tho Healaul Hoat Club at tho
boat-house hall yesterday. A full
report will nppear later, being
crondeu out to-day.
LUDKWIO-ln Honolulu, Octnhor?. IfOI,
to the wife of a.liutoutnt It. I.udcwlg,
LYONS In Oakland, Cat , AtipuH 20,
'8-4, William I.) oim. a nntivo of Cana
da, aged 3 ytt. 0 months and 10
BEAUTIFUL OHARITY PLAN.
Tho Queon Xstiibltthoa a Oarden for
the Flower Musion.
As reported in this paper somo
timo ago. tho Queen set aside several
acics of land owned by her in Puuoa
for the purnoro of creating n charity
nursery. Tho property was divided
into about sovuuty five parcels, each
parcel being given in charge of n
member of tho Women's Patriotic
League. Tho nursery was christen
od as tho "Uluhatniniamn Numory,"
and will be formally opened with ap
propriate exercises on Thursday
moruiug at 0 o'clock. Tho manager
of each plot will plant her own
flower, and every individual in ex
pected to plant flowers and trees
uilTereut from those of tho others.
FALL IN DHY OOODB.
Accident at tbo Tvraplo of Fashion
In the Night.
There was a great fall in dry
goods at the Temple of Fashion
(Ute Ka Mailo store) on Port street
last night, Tho supports between
the shelves ou botliBiuesof tho utoro
gave way under tho great weight of
the new stock just iiHsortcd on them.
All of the goods canto tumbling to
luo uoor auiUUt tliu wrccl; ot tho
helving. In conecqtieuco there is a
big clearance sale ou nt tho Temple.
Booked to Louve.
The following parfengors are
booked nt tho ollico of W. G. Irwin
tc Co. to lobvo ou tho S. S. Australia
ou Saturday next: H. Winston and
wife, Mrs Friemau, Miss F. C. Low
den. Mif s U. Lowdeu, W. O. Lack
laud, Wm. McKruser, Lieut. J as.
Mitchell and wife, A. C. Palfrey,
Mrs. W. G. Walker, II. Gorbordmg,
J. F. Hackfeld, Mrs. W. O. Wilder,
Mrs. C. O. Herger, Miss I. Mott
Smith, Miss Thorue, Mr. and Mrs. A.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
If you want a froo ticket to tho
Volcano, read Elders' ladies' column.
Now timo tables of tho Oceanio
Steamship Company aro on baud at
tho oUice of tho ageuts, Wm, G. Ir
win & Co , Ld. There is no chatigo
from Thursdays for through steam
ers and Saturdays for the local
Owing to tho accident nt my store
(Templo of Fashion) I will begiu n
Clearance Sale next Saturday, Oct.
II), to last one week. Uverylhlug will
be sold at a sweeping reduction and
uo favors shown. M. G. Silva.
W. S. Birtlett has taken hold of
tho llauiwai bath house at Wnikiki.
His experience as a hotel malinger
and Ids general popularity will bo
strong drawing cards, llauiwai will
now bo run as a strictly first-class
G. ft. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawatiau News Uo. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
iftiarnttteed to I- the same ss doim
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Carter arrived
from Seattle by tho bark Oakland
yestorday. Mr. Carter left Honolulu
about thir cen years apo and was
married in Washington Territory
(now Stale). Mr. Carter is a sou of
tho late S. M Carter.
Two die fa banks were started in
Chinatown yesterday. Hefore noon
a runner ol one oi I lie uauits was ar
rested and this morning pleaded
guilty in tho District Court. Ho
was lined $.0. Tho principals or
baukers were not caught.
Hy direction of the Minister of
Foreign Allairs tho usual Moudoy
oveuiug concert at Emma Square
by tho Government baud has tieeu
postponed till Wednesday nt Tho
mas Square, iu order not to inter
fere with n ceronado tendered to the
Acting liritiMi Commissioner by pri
vate parties nt the Hawaiian Hotel.
' A Portuguese named Antonio
llodriqtie Houito was assaulted by
Frank IVrreira at Ktdihi lat night
with a club. Although sufforiug
from loss of blood Houito rude to
tho Station at 9 p. in. nud caused
tho issuance of a warrant for Per
reirn's arrest. Tho wounds of tho
assaulted man wore dressed by Dr.
Tho bark Oakland arrived yester
day, twenty-live days from Seattle,
consigned to tho California Feed
Co. She brought in addition to hay
and grain forty-seven head of Polled
Augus cattle and twelve horses and
six mules. The latter nro for A. S,
Feek, contractor for tho Waiauno
railwoy extension. Tho cattle ore
Imported by C. A. Urown and L. L.
nbout 1200 feet above the sea, afford'
ing the host climate for coffee to bo
fottud anywhere. It is proposed to
organize a company with a capital
of S10.000. with pnvilego to Increase
it to 100,000. Under proper man
agement this enterprise promises tn
bo one of tho safest and best now
open to capitalists here or abroad."
8TOUY OF THE ASSAULT.
Bow tho Peace Preservers Preserved
Capt. Klemtno and Lieut. Gun
Cordes of tho mounted patrol ap
peared in tho District Court this
morning to answer to a charge of
assault and battery ou Alfred L. W.
Miller on Saturday morninir. Oct. 0.
Both defendants pleaded not guilty,
nud Miller, luo eouiplnluaut, look
A renort of tho evidence will
Both defendants wnro found guilty
and sentenced to pay a fino of $50
each. An appeal was noted. De
puty Marshal Hrown "roasted" the
(Ulcers unmercifully ahd character
izd tho action as most outrageous
ZIrs. i:tlsa Zourco
Westerly, K. 1.
Once I Was Blind
Now I Can See
Thanks to Hood's Sarenparllla.
C I. Hood & Co., Lowell. JI.i.i
"I tiaro ttiiTcrcit mcr) tiling poutMc with
toro eyes niul hc.ltlaclic, tlic tores lo scutj
that I was Mini!. I tried everything 1 heard
et without benefit, and ncnl to tho Ilhwle
Istind Ilnsnlt.il, hut found no relief there.
A frlen I tnlil too ot llimu'i 8irnp.irllli. o
I botlglit a hottlo nmt a hox ot lluod'i l'lltj.
With Moro Than Thanks
I want cer)tioily to know that since I have
Iippii t.iklnu Kiev) lm iSlrlue. I lii o lirci ma
ns well ns rer. My ces Into perfectly
iic.ili'l mid the hem! lie Is enrnf
my iilfturo )(iiir.in n-'Mlifrels noihln.nilie
nnticr wltli my eles turn'.", .miic
Lonnr.i:, rotter lllll, Wrlrtiy, it. I.
Hood's Pills euro ti.iusca, lk Jiim.I k-Iio,
tnJUusUon, llllousucss. bold Ly all dru Uts.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bote Apenti for the llepahlle of Hawaii.
flic war i-. likely 'o he "tin
for two or Ihrvt; yuiirn. It
ichoov.'H tni can-fill Micr
to ptir h ibc now We had
mi immense stock of Japa-ip-iso
Goods ordered before
mir w.ib declared, coiibc
qiieitt y we can continin to
sell at the old price- as long
in our present stock ho'ds
out, and then the- W-r will
force prices up. nir last
consigninctti c nif-istsof Silk
Dress Goods, hoih Hirurcd
mid plain ; Morn ng Gowns
for Ladies ami G ntM, Hlk
Kimonos, Smohing Jack--t-,
Si'k Pajiimas, Japanese
ami Cliina Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shads, J clinch Bas
ket, etc., cic.
lintel St (Arllnctou ltlmk),
Mm. J. 1'. 1. CokiAtn, I'ropilutrcas.
USINESS Like Life
Is What You Make It!
We are making it decidedly lively, by keeping
everlastingly at it, evolving the bargains that
make 1)115111018. We have just made a . . .
Sweeping Reduction in Ladies' Waists! '
We are uVlcrinliiHl to clear them out.
Our $2.25 Wuist will go for $1.25 and $1.50.
Our 13.50 Waist will go for $2.50.
tCSfc- These aro well made and gooI lining; we have at present fall line of sites.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 16cts.
Or" fo' fl.UQarc going very fast. If yon want any you mast come soon.
The same with
Our 0ets. Silk, in Stripes and Solid Colors.
We have Just a few lengths left. Have yon seen
Our Ladies' Chemise at 86cts?
This Is exceptional vntne, trimmed with Linen Iare and well made.
JNT. S. SACHS,
520 Fort Sr,roei, : : Honolulu.
Summary of Paper Filod in the
Jns. L. McLean, executor of tho
will of the late Hubert Gray, has fil
ed receipts of the legatees and de
visees under said will.
Henry Davis and others hy V. A.
Kinney, attorney, have filed adetnur
rer to the complaint of V. M. Cun
ningham claiming damagos for elau
dor. V. F. Allen, guardian of tho Op
foruolt minors (two), has filed an in
ventory showing tho estate to consist
ot ij&OOl cash and the undivided
interest in a parcel of laud at l'atioa,
Tuesday, Sept. J J, SO..
Wc begiu tlii week with
New Goods, New Dr. ss
GtiodB of every description,
Lawns, Muxlius, etc., etc.
TIicko new goods nte trade
winners as you will agree
when you txninine them.
Some of the best bargains of
l he season are in ther-i new
To All Lovori of Eea Bathing I
Will. UK Kitrr l
TAT. Q. SA.aS.TIjlZI'T.
II Sneilal Aci-oininodstlcn fir
I,4dli tint On Idim 1150- iu
Do tmy not sng
A New DiVhsV
that milk for babies, in
valids or hick people should
be pure ; it is just as impor
tant to have the best quality
for well people. Tne Pur
veyor of the CJuccu'd Hospi
tal takes a portion of the daily
Hipiily and places it on ic'
until it reaches a temperature
of GO and then test it for
adulteration. The Waiai.ai:
Daikv, of which Puul Isen
berg is proprietor, supplies
the milk to the hoxpitat, and
Mr. Eckardt pronounces it
absolutelv pure. If you have
any MiHpicion us to the (pia
lily you now use supposo you
try the Wuialae milk for a
mouth and note the differ
ence. Mr. Icnhcrg makes
no bt.tter, consequently you
. get the milk on which ercaiu
will rise in an hour or two.
Orders by telephone, cither
, line, promptly tilled.
Firewood free from borer
holes at lowest price delicrcd
to any part of Honolulu.
Everybody likes it, because it is a Thirst
Quenching, Health-Giving Drink and is
offered to the Public with a full confidence
of its Merits.
JUST THINK OF IT
r m hi
. It. DAll.liV,
A Strong Horse
IS THE RtStlUT OP C8U4U
A Fit&SU SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Juki Arrived (or "S. O. Wilder."
CAM. AND SKK US.
Council 08'J, American Legion of
Honor, received SoOOO by tho Aus
tralia for thoestote of J. II. Lore
joy. The delay of a month longer
than usual was caused by tho fact
that Mr. Lovejoy while iu life had
transferred his membership from
ouo council here to the other, and
there had heeu a clerical error made
iu tho books of tho order in record
iiiL' tho transfer. This roauircd cor
rection and occasioned the delay.
Mr. Lovejoy hnd paid iu assessments
to the (inter about f817. This makes
about $10,001) tho order has paid iu
DAIlEf'S STOCK COMPANY.
Tuesday, Oct. 9th:
"The Silver King"
Thursday Oct. 11th:
'JiM THE PENMAN.'
Saturday Afternoon, Oct 13 tb:
"A CORNER GROCKRY"
Saturday, Oct 13th:
Ilox Plan open at the ollico of I.. J.
New IMack Dress Goods,
New Colored Dress Goods,
New Cotton Dress Goods,
It is a good time to look at ,
tho count less variety of I
Household Goods displayed)
ou our counters, such us i
New Table Linens.
New Cotton Draperies.
Yon remember that last
week we advertised the re
opening of our Millinery De
partment. Well, the com
plete line of new stock that
wc told you about has arrived
Ribbons, Laces, Large Fca
thors, Tips and Whatnot in pro
fusion and under the manage
ment of a competent milliner
who is able to satisfy tho moot
J. .1. EGAN.
Bryant & Aloha
Hire's Root Beer
Ts now a favorite beverage for Ladies and
Young Persons to whom it gives Freshne-a
and embonpoint. It has solved the problem
of medicine by imparting htrengtb and pure
blood, which soon give a peivon a clear and
The undtrthnrd hate rrrflred
nml Varied AMnrtini-nt ot
COMIItlKIMI TDK LATEST llll(l.NH IN
Dress Goods, Etc.
auo a rcix mm: or
Domestics, Cottonades, Etc.,
To which li Hpotlon Is luvlled.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
FOR SAN J RANCISCO.
HIE Al HTKAM8HIH
Effervescent To Exhilarating!
Just tho Tiling to Build Up the Constitution I
Hire's Root Beer
Wholesome and Strengthening,
free from Boils or Carbuncles.
Health, results of
the year round.
Hire's Root Beer
Sample Glass Free at Benson, Smith & Co.
w ALL THIS WEEK ! -rai
Sl'KCIAI. MKKTINCt OK THE
Hoard ol TmntcPk ol the Oul-uii'h Iluv
iilttil will In- liflil nt tlio iiiioiii in inn
t'liiiniix-r nl Coinnitri'oun WHNK.SI)AY,
thu lutliilit) ol October, ut Ki:';u o'clock.
r. r in hit.
l'. A. 8UIIAhIT.ll, Si-c'y.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Cornrr (iiin .V Niuivnii Hu.
Both Tklkimionks 121.
I.IMITKP NUVllKIt OK KlIMtlM
t"'l"" b UH Kim Cotli-f i miliHiiy
Thu CtiMiiiny Inn iiriiind flvi htindroil
M'ri'N of rolli-n hind In U o hiiiii ut Pupil 2,
Mnith Kuii'i, llinll, mIhiiii inrii' nml mm
hull nnh'1 In in lliiniiiliii l.inllnw 'llm
I.iiiiI Ikiiiiioiik tho hi'l fur I'lill'm' iimulnir
In Kmi.i, thu mil iiiuitliiin tn n"liii-n
nml iMHuy irl.nl A lurit'' nniiihur ut
tliunn h iM' iiliuiily ht'i'ii hiilijcrlln'il (or.
IB- Alil'h tn
' J M MONSMIKAT,
Carlrli:ht'n lllovk, Murclunt utrcet,
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
NOTIOK IB IIKUhUY OIVBN Til T
all oluliim ii.iimt thu i ntcrlon h.i.
loon will ho hrt'hd hy Mr J11.1. K. Mnr.
L'nn, nml nil (iiitulunilliiK nmmnt l otlin
('rltt-rlnii Siluoii nml ihu johhlnn hoiux of
1 II. Dec up lo the iilinNo ilnti Hruiiivrtlili)
to Mr. 1.. H. Die All hillrt iiKliut I.. II.
Deo iili-a) prunent linnudhilulv fnriuy
infill U u. i:i:
Honolulu, Oct. 3, IH'Jl. ll&J 3m
At tne Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
WAIAKE.V MILL CO.
AT Tin: ADJoi'ltNim anniui.
Mni'tiiiK ill thu Wmakkv Mii.i.Cii,
held thin day, ut thu ollico ol Then. II,
iiivich iv ii., ii"i i,ii' iivNiiiiiiiii, tin-
I Ion lux Ollk'crH weio ulcclcil to i-crvu for tho
t'iuillit jenr, vu l
WII.I. LEAVE HONOLULU
rOR TIIK AI10VK PORT ON
Saturday, Oot. 13th,
Th andi'rl;ned are now prepared to
latin ThroiiKh TIcUih from this City to nil
lointH In thu Unlttd HtutcM.
IMf Kor lurtlicr partlcnlarii rpRardlnn
Krulht or l'aMit;o, upply to
WM. Q. IIIWIN A CO., IO,
ll.r-: Opnxrnl AirrnU
Temple of Fashion
Then II luvlnit.. ,
TiiiM. II, Wulkor.
1' .M. humuy
i: W. HiiMiiuorlli
T. It. ICnyworth
K. W. iioi.nswoitTH,
llouolulu, Sept. n, UU1. 1111-31
61 E"ort Street
Clearance Sale for One Week !
Beginning Saturday, October 13tb.
Hjverytirlxig at a. Sa.oi'ifioe
IS MiU LOCAL COLUMN "2t
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SB.
New Goodb ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock 1
SOLID OAK UKIHtOOM BETS,
BOKAB, IA)UNOK8, WAUDUOIIKB,
MIKKOH8, MOULDINGS, ETC., ETC.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
I'er Uoll ol 40 Yrd, li!.U).
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutual 76.
Siicco)oni to 0. V.. WIIIUiiih.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
M. Gh SILVA,
JOHN T. BROWN, i
Denier In HimwiIIaii nml Kurcli-n I'ohIhkm
Kllllt. I'. O. Ilox 111, lUllKlltllll. i
HlKlic't irhv kIvcii lor llinmrd mid Urnl
lliiwullan Miniiim Iu lucliuiir.i' lor othrr
I'oiintrlcii from ilr.t'i'laiii approval liccl
Bhi'cta lorwanlcd to any part ol thu Ulninlr
ATTOIINKV AT I..VW
on aiiiillratlini with town reference,
J. I. II It oMtu to inet any colic
It' m wd to ii