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TUESDAY, OOT. 9, 185M.
Tuesday, Oct. 0.
Am 4-mssted schr Robert l.ewers, Good
mutt. UK1bvh (roi Lynni Mutul
Blrur W G Hall from llnwnll ami Maul
tJtmr Walalcale (rum Hnnmkim
TUEIIIAY, Oct. 0.
Btmr Olsudlna for Man I
Bttur Mikahalft (or Kaitht
Oargoei from Island Ports
Bttnr WaUlealn-2-l besd cattle, 10 bdls
bides, o kkj cofTee and U pkgi sun-dries.
From Hatnaku. perstnir Walalcale, Oct
0-MiaJ Weir and Udcck.
For Kapaa, per stnir James Mnkee, Oct 8
0 K Collin, Look Kong.
For Kaaal, per stmr Mlkabaln, Oct 9 A
Dreier. A r Ltmler, Mrs Under. Francis
Uv. liar O 1 Kmt-rson. Mrs K 1' JInstlitits.
Miss Mabel Laukmann. K K Hull, l)r liny.
r. Mls Mcltclen. W II
ninnil. Ml lluver
Klce, Mm ilicc, Win Kasslo and wife, Miss
Reynolds, Miss Coney.
For Maul and Hawaii, per sttur Claud
Ine, Oct B Win O llrarii, J O Carter, Mr
Itlchanls, Miss Klclmrds, 0 11 Wells. Alex
Cocklmrn, Mrs Iovp. I'lNck, TJIilj!
Kins, W Q Ashley, V U Bmlih, 0 btoeckic,
A U Dickens, Mrs T 1 Harris and a chil
dren, C Horswlll Mrlladloy, J 1) Marlln.
Mrs LjiUaiH, Mr tfclirnler, J J Drum
raond, I Wltkowskl, A T Uructt-r, J M
Horner, wife and '.J children, Mls llryan.O
C Kennedy, Mr Kennedy, lirucu Kenned v,
W H Cornwell, rjam'l 1'ark-r, O A Url'nn
The steamer Walalcale whleh srrlreil
this murnm,, brought no sugar from wind
ward. The hark Oakland, now l)lngat Kroner's
wharf, Is said to be thirty years old, and
she looks It too.
The American 4-mastcd schooner llohcrt
lowers, apinln Goodman arrived to day
from L'sm tslan I with DO tons of guano
for Him l'rtt-lllii 1'hoipliM'a it Fertilizer (Jo.
Him wilt ditcharge at the O. It. & 1. Co 's
UUOMI.KY-CUTTttlt-Iu Honolulu. Oe
tolwrlf, 1UI, by llio Kov Alex ilnok
Intosli, Waiter II. Ilromlcy to Aiuilv
II Cutter, eld si daughter ol K. 1.
Cutter. No cards.
Hail Kranchco and Oakland. 01..
papers picas copy.
''Many of tho cltlzons of Itnitisvilk',
Indiana, aro nuvor without a bottlo
of Chamberlain's Cough Romedjr lu
the houao," nay Jacob lirown, tho
leading merchant oi tuo place Thin
Romouy has proven of no much valuo
for oolua and croup in childrou that
few motheri who know its worth
re willing to bo without it. For
ale bj all dealers. Ik'uson. Smith
St Co., Agunta for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. Bare Chance.
Ladies who am on the lookout for
Christmas presents should call at
the Ceylon jeweler's store on Nun
anu street, whero ther can buy the
best gems out from Ceylon at clear
ance sale prices. Thur aro rubies,
sapphires, emeralds, ii'iirls,oatn' eyes,
etc. Also handmado lacen, aud
everything is being sold out regard
less of cost. -
AN OPEN MKKTINO WILL II R HELD
at Ilia Thenfophlcal Hall THIS
TUR8DAY KVKNINU. October I), at
o'clock pin. 'I he public are cordially In
vited. Any questions pertaining lo The
osopby will he answered by the Lecturer,
Mrs. M. M. Thirds. 1157.lt
COURT LUNALILO, No OXX). A. 0. F..
will hold n special meeting on
TJiUIttfDAY KVKnInQ at 7:30. All
members of the Order in good ataulng are
invited to attend.
Ily order. KVAN ItKVNlK,
The Euruptan Lunch Rooms
OHOOK HINQ, Proprietor,
Hotel Street, nearly opposite llethel
First-Clas Meals at Module Prices
At all Hours. Patronage Solicited.
X.OOAL AND QENXKAX NEW8
Several cases of measles are re
ported in town.
See the now limo table of the
Oceanic Company in this issue.
Jim Carly is importing a number
of horses on the barkeutinp S. X.
There will bo another invitation
dance at Independence 1'nrk on
V. G. Aslilor tros to Hilo on tho
; Clnudino this evening, returning in
tho same steamer.
W. H. Cornwell nud S. Parker
leave o the Claudiue this evening
for Kahului, Maui.
The Dailey Stock Co. will proent
"The Silt or King" at the Opera
House this evxuing.
C. Stoeclde, the phonograph
artist, will leave on tho Claudiue
this evouiug lo do Kahului.
William Easie aud brido leave
for Kenlin. Kauai, t hair future home,
on the Miknbnla this evening.
Tho trustees of tho Queen's Hos
pital will hold a special meeting at
10:30 o'clock to-morrow morning.
Tho Hawaiian Carriage Manufac
turing Co. sets axles at Sin Fran
cisco prices. Si-o "A Pack Mule."
Tho Government baud uavo its
usual weekly concert on tho Execu
tive building grounds this morning.
Thoro will bo a wedding at Malta-
well plantation, Kauai, about the
lirstof next mouth. Tho contract
ing parties are well known there.
Wm, G. Draili, clerk in Wilder'
Steamship Co.' ofUce, leaves ou tho
steamer Claudiue this evening for a
mouth's vacation at Kahului, Maui.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
md NuiHUt) treet. lodging ')
Uy, rHk or mouth. Terms: 'H ami
iV cent 11 Mitfb' H tlil fl.'iTi r
Tim gambling dent in Wailukn
and Kaliiilni districts ou Maui clos
ed down on Wednesday evouiug, af
ter the ariivnl of Sheriff Andrews
Tho handsome black stallion of
L. A. Andrew has beuu sold to Mr.
Willis, Deputy Sln-rilT of Kauai, and
will be sent to that island by tho
Mikahala this evening. The pur
chase price was $200.
For a clean wash that is the ba'is
of good health, for the motive power
to raise the water without wind, and
for tho store that's going to give
you hot tea or coilco nt breakfast,
just try tho Uawaiiau Hardware
G. ft. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish liest factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiiau Neus Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to lie the same as done
J. W. Chapmau cators for ban
quets, socials, private dinners aud
garden parties. Weddings a special
ty. He can lo found at all hours at
Sans Sotici or will call on auy ladies
or gentlemen who will addiess him
through the IWt Office.
The prayer meeting of the Meth
odist Episcopal Church iu Hono
lulu will be lielil ou Wednesday at
7:110 p. in. in the Thistle Club hall,
corner Fort aud Hotel streets (form
erly Annexation Hall). A cordial
iuvitatiou is extended to all.
Two promineut members of the
Honolulu Amatour Athletic Club
have beeu seeu several times, with
pickaxo and spade iu their hands,
wending their way to the rear of
Punchbowl, on tuo Maklki side.
Follow athletes say they aro pros
pecting. Gold I
Mr. MoPhersou, who arrived hero
recently from Vancouver, 1). C, with
tho intention of investigating our
business resources, returns to tho
Coast on the S. S. Peking. Ho ban
made arrangements with local peo
ple aud will, on arrival at Vancouver,
ship salmon and other food fish to
THE TALK ABOUT ATHLETICS.
Entries He-opened lor the Field Say
Oold Medal for Wheelmen.
The Honolulu Amatour Athletic
ssociation met in tho Y. M. C. A.
hall yesterday evening, and decided
to reopen tho entries for their com
ing field day, to take place on Satur
day next. Entries will therefore be
received by Secretary Hapai, or at
T. G. Thrum's bookstore, up to 7
o'clock this evouing. Several fresh
entries wore received during the
meeting, J. Wright aud Chris. Willis
entering tho obstacle race, It N.
Halstead, tho pole vault, and J. Con
radt the mile walk. Cupid and J.
Wtso returned from deer hunting
ou Molokai by tho Mokolii on Satur
day and expect to bo iu fine trim for
Saturday's events. Tho medals aro
on exhibition in E. A. Jacobsen's
jewelry store, and a movement is ou
foot to secure a medal for the ob
stacle race. This will be ono of tho
best events of the day.
Tho refusal of Priucipal Richards
to allow auy of tho Kamehameha
school boys to enter auy of the
events has aroused a good deal of
commont. Tho club is not aware of
auythiug to havo called down tho
displeasure of tho Kamehameha
school magnate, and harbors no ill
feeling toward tho school or those
who attend it. Although it has
beuu hoped that tho decision would
bo re-coi.Biuerru, still tuo school,
which has tho reputation of having
athletics as ono of its main objects,
still holds .Moor.
Harry Wooten, agont for the Ha
waiian Islands for tho Kambler
machine, received br tho S. S. Aus
tralia ou Saturday last a handsome
gold medal, from Thos. 11. li. Var
uey, representing the Pacific Coast
Kambler Agency. In a letter ac
companying tho medal Mr. Varuey
states that ho offers tho same to be
competed for according to agree
ment of the executive committee of
a Honolulu cycle association. Mr.
Woolen has decided to Icavo the
matter to the following commit lee
Mrs, Judo l'eck
Mrs. Judgo Pock Tolls How
She Was Cured
Sufferers from DyiiK-piU should read tho fol
low leg letter from Mrs. It. M. l'cck, wife of
Judgo Peck, a Justice at Tracy. Cat , and a writer
connected Willi the Assocbitnt l'resit
"lly a deep setuo of Rrntlltuto for the pre.it
benefit t liate recolted from tlio use f Hood's
8.irs:ijaflll.l. I li.oelicvii led towilto tlio follow
ing statement for the lirncfll of sufferer x.lto
muy be similarly snilctril. I'nr 1.1 )ears I have
beta a great suite rer f rum d) iivrpiU and
Almost eTerjrtlilng I ato would dltres ma. T
tried different treatments and medicines, but
(ailed to rcallio relief. Two )rnrs ncn a friend
rrernlleJ upon mo to try llciotl's Knrs.ip.irlll.1.
The flMt botlle I noticed helped Ine.so I con
tinued taking It. It did mo so much good that
my friends stioho nf Urn Improvement. I lute
receif cd such great benefit from It tli.it
Gladly Rocommond It.
I now barn nn eteeltent aiirtlto nnd nothing t
eat ever distresses me. It alio keeps up my
flesh and strength. I cannnt pr.iln Hood'
s.iM.iparlll i too much." Mns. II. M. 1'kck,
Tracy. California, (let IIOODH.
Hood's Pills tiro, hand made, and lotted
Iu proportion and appcarauce. 2Sc. a bus.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole Agents (or tin- Itrptibllr of liawall.
between China and Japan
will cauHc priiu lor their
silk f jbrici to g higher; no
country turn fight mid weave
eillc at the s.niif time. The
price hjs already advanced
and the pup ih tstatc that
the uar U dkely fo be "on"
for two or tlm u yearn. It
U'hoovi t'H- careful i-nyer
to purrh-irte now We had
tin immense stock of Japa
iif ho Goods ordered before
war was declared, coiihc
qttentty we can continue to
soil at the old price an lon
m our present stock ho'ds
out, and then the Wr will
force prices up. t Mir last
consignment consists of Silk
Dress Goods, both fiiruivd
and plain; Morn tig (Jowns
for Litdies ainl Oi lit-, .Mlk
Kimonos, Smoking Jack
et, Side Pajamas, Japanese
ami China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shades, Liinet) Bas
kets, etc., eic.
Hotel St (Arllniitonlllook),
Mw. J 1'. V t'oLi.Mo, Proprietress.
liia.irttBlt.il. .i.uiMh fW.llfl.l II
nrnwvimiwii. irvuuuj iiiiiunu. .
Cro.ier, J. Wright, F. Angus aud A.
of tlio Honolulu Cycle Itaco Meet
F. Clarke. It has heeu decided to
arrange a series of races, for which
medals will be awarded, to tako place
ou Thanksgiving Day, and it is tho
general impression among local
wheelmen t lint tho Rambler modal
should be put up for a three-mile
straightaway race. It Is a very hand
some medal made by Shrove fc Co.,
and, being tho first one hung up by
a foreign agency for a bicyclo race,
the cyclists aro eager to havo a try
for it. Tho medal will lx placed ou
exhibition iu tho noarfuture, aud iu
the meantime tho executive commit
tee will set to work to mako ar
rangements for a successful meet.
TheolUcursof the association are: II.
A. Wooten, president; H. A. Giles,
vice-president; H. A. Dexter, secre
tary; II. N. Halstead, treasurer.
It was the intention of the foot
ball club of tho Honolulu Amatour
Athletio Association to havo tho an
nual football match with the Puna
hou eleven tako placo ou Thanks
giving Day, but owing to tho bicyclo
meet coming off on tho same day, it
has not beeu decided whether to
havo it that day or not. It would
hardlr be advisable to have both
events tako placo on the sauie day.
Tliis Evening 1
Tnmlay, Sept. 11, tS.04.
We begin thi week with
New Goods, New Dr-ss
GhoiIb of every description.
Lawns, Muslins, clc , etc.
ThefC new goods ti' e trade
winners as yon will agree
when yon examine them.
Some of the best bargains nf
tho season are in thcM now
IT IS NE' 'ESSAK'
that milk for babies, ii
"DUSINESS Like Life
Is What You Maka It!
We are milking it decidedly lively, by keeping
everlastingly fit it, evolving the bargains that
make biisinci-s. We have just made a . . .
Sweeping Reduction in Ladies' Waists!
Wo nre uVicrtiilneil to clear them out.
Our $2.25 WuhI will go for $1.25 and $1.50.
Our $:J.5U Waist will go for $2.50.
tflU Tlief hm well unci- :in I pool fitting; we have at present fall Hue of sites.
Our Lsii-lies' Ribbed Vests for 16cts.
Or T f' M.t)rtro Rolng very fit. If yon nnl any you must come suon.
Ilie on nit- with
oOuts. Silk, in Stripes and Solid Colors.
V have Just n few lengths left. Have yon seen
Our Ladies' Chemise at 36ets?
TliWlsexreptinii.il v.itni', trimmed with l.lncn I-ace nJ well made.
JST. S3. SACHS,
620 Fort Surpoi , : : Honolulu.
I. J. I.KVBY,
W. R. DAI1.KV,
MET HOD l T
Episcopdl Church Sei vices!
BKOINNINO ON SUNDAY. OCTOlll'.K
Uth, regulnr tnnrnlni: mill tivtmlitK
services will he held liy tlio Methodist IIpl'--copal
liurch of Honolulu. UK . II. V.
1'KIJK. l'tittor, In the ThUtlBOluh Hall, at
the corner of Fort and Hotel streets (for
merly Annexation Oiuh ltooms).
A formal organization of this Church
will take place on Sunday, Noveruhrr 4.
All Christians uotulllllateil with any other
Kvangellcal chuieh are Invited to iinlui iu
this organltat'on. 1157-lui
A Strong Horse
IB THB RUCLT OF HHINO
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Jnit Arrived per "H. O. Wilder."
CALL AND SEK Ufi.
Ooruer yneen A Nunanu His.
Both Telephones 121.
Bt'Kinniup next Sunilny, n-ular
morning nud evuniug purvirra will
bn held by tho Methutlist Eplscopnl
Church, Itov. II, V. Peck, pastor, in
tho Thistlo Club hall at tho corntir
of Fort and Hotel streets (formerly
Auuexatinu Cliil) Itoums). A formnl
ortrauizatiou of the chtiruh will take
nlauo ou the first Suuday iu Novem
ber. The complimentary concert by
the Uawaiiau Natioual uaiul, com
plimentary to A. G. Ilawes, the Uri
tinh CoumilsHiouor, at tho llotol ye
terday evening, was largely nttend
ed, tho yrounds, streets and hotel
vorunda lieiug crowded with pontile.
Tim concert was over early to allow
meiiibers of the baud to furnish
music for dancing iu the hotel par
Salo of Property in Pratt Eetato
Boaa Must Anawor.
Upnu the aflldavit of Ileury Smith,
conituissioner, the sale of real estate
belougiug to the late l-'. b. 1'ratt is
postponed until October !i(), and
then to bo held by subdivision! and
no more than will realize $15,000 to
In P. H. Hayaelden, trustee, vt,
Autoue ftosa, the defeudaut is or
dered to either demur or to answer,
upon paiu of being declared iu de
fault. "I would rather trust that ineili
eiuu than any .doctor I know of,"
says Mrs. ilutlin Mason of (Jhilton,
Carter Co., .Mo,, iu speaking of
Chauiberlain'H Colic, Cholera and
Diarrlnea Hemedy. For sale by
all dealers, lieuson, Smith & Co,,
Agents lor the Hawaiian Islands.
Li Hung Chang hat been deprived
of two inure decorations for the mis
conduct of the war iu Corea At the
rate things nre going he will coon lie
without n shirt to his bu-ii, and n
cold winter coming on. i'un iVmi
DAItErS STOCK COMPANY.
Tuesday, Oct 9th:
"The Silver King"
Thursday Oct. 11th:
MIM THE PENMAN.'
Saturday Afternoon, Oct 13th:
"A CORN E It GKOCKRY"
Saturday, Oct 13th:
lloz I'lan open at the olllru of I,. J,
Do ihy not Htit'Kt
A New DivhhV
New Rluck Divb CJomln,
New Colored Divhs Goodn,
New Cotton Dii'hh (mkmIh,
It in a good tiini' to look at
the conntluHH variety of
HoiiHehold Goods displayed
on our couiite I'M, nuc.li uh
New Table Linens,
New Cotton Draperies.
vnlidH or nick people .slioultl
be pure; it is junt us itnpor
taut to have the bent quality
for well people. The Pur
veyor of the Queen'rt Hospi
tal takes a portion of the daily
Hiipnly and pluces it on iet
until it reaches a temperature
of U0 and then tents it for
adulteration. The Waiai.ai:
Daihy, of which Paul Ikcii
biTg is proprietor, mipplies
the milk to the bo-pital, and
Mr. Eckardt pronounces it
absolutelv pure. If you have
auy hiispicion uh to the (iiin-
lity you now use suppose you
try the Wuialuc milk for a
mouth and note the differ
ence. Mr. Inenberg makes
no butter, consequently you
get the milk on which cream
will rise in an hour or two.
Orders by telephone, either
line, promptly tilled.
Firewood free from borer
holes at lowest pi ice delivered
to any part of Ilonolulu.
Bryant & Aloha
The untlarsluneul hare receive I n lrK
nuil Ynrleil Asrortltn lit ol
Kto., E3to , into ,
CUMI-HIMUl! Till: WTMr lfo.M IN
Dress Goods, Etc.
alho a rui.i. LINE or
Domestics, Cottonades, Etc.,
To which li,sctloii Is Invited.
Everybody likes if, because it is a Thirst
liUMK.'liiii, llealth-CJiving Drink and is
offered to the Public with a full conlideiice
of its Merits.
JUST THINK. OF IT
I'EFt 8. S. "AUSTKALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
To All LoTera of Bea Bathing 1
win. itr. tern in
- BV -
N II HpHiUI Anotnint tUMuli fur
l.aitl- mill tlii'lili en. lM in
You .remember that last
week wc advertised the re
opening of our Millinery De
partment. Well, the com
plete lino of new stock that
we told yon about has arrived
Ribbons, Laces, Large Fea
thers.Tipsttud Whatnot in pro
lusion una under the nianage
moit of a competent milliner
who is able to satisfy the most
J. J. EGAN.
Hires Root Boer
Is now a favorite beverage for Ladies and
Young lVrMiim to whom it gives Freshness
ami embonpoint. It bus solved the problem
of medicine by imp'trting strength and pure
blood, which xoon gives a. pcr.-on a clear aud
Eflbrvoscemt Too Exhilarating!
Just tliu Thing to Build Up the Constitution i
It i" Wliolisinne and Strengthening. Pure
Wood, free from (toils or Carbuncles, Qenerul
CJood Health, results of drinking- Hires Root
Iteer the year round.
Sample Glass Free at Benson, Smith & Go.
H. HACKFELD & GO.
FOIl SAN HtANCISCO.
TIIK Al BTKAMSHII
NOTIOK 18 1IRUKI1V OIVKN Til T
ull clulms uKitniMt the Cnti'ilnn H.i
limn will Im setth-il hv Mr Jus. 1' Mor-
jsnn, anil nil niiislamlliiK nffimntt ilm the
I'rltt-rlnii KhIooii ami the JoIiIjIii house nf
U II. Due up to the ulmvu ilntn nre ptyahlu
ti) Mr. 1.. It. Dee. All hills uismnot L II.
Deo please present iimneilliitelv for pty
ini'ti'. I II. DKi:
Honolulu, Out. 3, IH'I. ll&J :im
WILL I.KAVE HONOLULU
ran tiik ahove port on
Saturday, Oct. 13th,
The nmlcrslKneil are now prepared to.
Issue Through Tickets from this City to nil
points In the UnlU-il Btates.
gW Kor lurther purtlcularn reKrilliit!
KrelKht or l'nsssge, npply to
WM. O. Ill WIN A CO., L'l,
IS1-it Oenernl Acents
3- ALL THIS WEEK ! "ss
Temple of Fashicm
Bl ffort Street
1. tu In witii or Hlihoui
loiril, nil I'-lscr H is re.
Mutual Telephone JYi
Clearance Sale for One Week !
Begiuning Saturday, Octubor 13th.
Every tlxixig eit a. Seiorifloe
rS" M5W M)UAh COLUMN -fc5t
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods, ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
HOI. ID OAK HKDUOOM BKTrf,
BOKAB, LOUNOEH, WAUDKOHKB,
MIKKOltS, .MOULDINGS, KTt)., ET0.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
I'er Itoll of 10 Yards, IIL'.OO.
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
Pianos for Rent ! Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179. TELEPHONE Mutual 76.
Ihnc iiisorstoO. K. Wllllnins.l
(109 AND 011 KING STREET.
i&. a-, silva.
JOHN T. J3R.OWN, I
Denier In llilMillliin tun! Korrnju IVtnUt Kf '
histnps. I li. Hm in, Hi.imlnlii. ,
lllilii't prlw civtll Inr I im:.r. tunl ln
lliiwiiiliin hiunii in i.. Imnrt' hr nilur
riinntrli's Irtini liri. in itpprnvnl sheots
Hlii'i'ts fornrilt'il to hii) pun ol the Itlaiul
(Hi Hlipllrrttlltli Hitli IoaIi iilereme.
J 1. II lsix'ii In nuil auy luillietiirs liy
ppolntmsut. iIIIMim ,
Wl I.I, I AM KOSTKK,
ATIIHINUV AT LAW.
Kin vr.l to ilrrclmui Hlreel.
MutvttU TttUphon IRQ,
mm .'( I