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WEDNESDAY, OCT 10. 1894
Wkdwebdat. Oct. 10.
Stnir Hawaii from llainakuo
WBIIHESDAY, Oct. 10.
Btiur Pete for Makawell at 12 in
Btrnr Waialealu for Kauai nt 4 p m
VoMela Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Hawaii (or Hawaii
Cargo from Island Porta.
Btmr W U Hall-2C0t bogs Miga', 207 bags
collce, 8H bags awa. tti heat cttle, 40
pigs, hor-e, 63 hides, 0 goatskins, and
M) pkgs sundries.
From Hawaii and Maul, per ftinr W O
Hall, Oct U WUirlowltz, K It Hendry, 0
Crelghton, 1) Koiivh, Mr Uruner, It Union.
J Nawahl, Mrs A Lane, 2 Chinese, and 78
The sUamers Walslrnlo and 1'cle lettor
Makawell tu-dsy with coal.
The stestner Kluau wl I be back from
Hllo and way ports on Saturday inornlnx.
The B. B. city of Peking will be duo fiutn
The kubooner llobert Lowers has docktd
at the railway whnrl to discharge her coat.
The sotiooner Aloha and barKcullt.u V.
H. lilniund ant waiting lor a sugar raro
Mr. and Mrs. Allnu
atajiug al Situs Suuui.
The nomlustiug convention will
be hold Saturday uvmilntf.
Tbo raradisu of the Pacific will
be Isnuod in time for the steatnur
"A Silver K'u" was well played
to a full liouo by tho Dallcy Com
pany last night. '
Frank Godfrny in getting up n
ready reference list of voters on the
island, oi Uahu.
Tho Maunerrhor Harmony will
hold its regular weekly rehearsal in
tho Pacific hall this evening.
A Chinaman, with au opium-smoking
outfit, aud two .inebriates wero
the arrows made by the police last
W. N. Hires, of Hiros' root boor,
and wife intend to Ituivo by the S. S.
Monowai on the 2Tth Inst, for the
A party is to bo given at Snns
Souoi this evening, in honor of Mr.
aud Mrs. Wm. White, who are
ponding their honeymoon at that
Miss Helon Dickson, J. F. Hack
fold, A. Thoo. Oruettur aud 1. Wit
kowski are booked to lcavo by tho S.
S Alameda for San Francisco on
Tho names of Geo. J. Willny, Dr.
H. I. Moore and Miss Widetuauu
have been added to tho list of pas
sengers previously printed in this
paper, to loavo by the S. S. Australia
LOOAIi AND OXNXKA2. KXWB
The Board of Health is in weekly
session this afternoon.
It has been raining pretty heavily
on tho west side oi Jlnui.
Court Lunalilo, A. O. F., will hold
a special meeting to-morrow even
ing. Tho Government band will give a
moonlight concert at Thomas Square
First-class meals aro served by tho
European lunch rooms on Hotol,
near Buthol street.
Monday next tho Hawaiian Elec
tric Co. will begin au all-nig'it light
ing service for residences.
Mncfarlann & Co., Ltd., have tho
agency for the famous "Shasta"
mineral water, "the quoun of all ta
Charles Croightim was a passen
ger by tho W. G. Hall yesterday
from Lanal. Ho intends returning
shortly to finish his vacation.
Ah Sing, a CMhho hackdrtver,
was fined to In the District Court on
Monday for ovor-d riving aud cruelly
beating a horse on Sunday morning
A Chineo driver of a dray was
pulled in this morning for furious
and heedless driving. Tho Mongo
lian iloliu secured 510 bail aud was
Tho Government band will play
at the L'aguo baebalt ground on
Saturday alturuoun, during tho field
meeting of tho Houolulu Amateur
Owing to tho accident at my store
(Temolu of Fashion) I will legiu a
Clearatico Salo next Saturday, Oct.
10, to Mt ouo week. Everything will
bo sold at a sweeping reduction nnd
no favors shown. M. G. Suva.
At tho mooting of tho Humane
Society on Monday afternoon Miss
Helen Wilder, president, in the
chair It. I. Green was elected ex
ecutive agent. Now lot nil look out
how they treat aulmals in their
"Jim tho Penman" will bo tho
play to-morrow evening. Tho box
plan for "Charley's Auut" will open
to morrow morning, at tho otlico
of L. J. Levey. At a in ti Unco Satur
day afternoon "A Corner Grocery"
will bo givon.
A new dress has been givon the
Hnwnlinn Hardware Company's col
umn. There will he so much more
pleasure in reading it. Make a note
of tho sterliuu articles there men
tioned, if you would develop all tho
resources of happiness.
Notices in tho Chinese language
wero distributed among Chinese
yesterday to tho effect that throe
pakapio banks would bo opened to
day. Pakapio is a great Chinese
gambling game nnd has not been
run on any extensive scale recently.
Reports from Maui are to the ef
fect that malarial remittent fever is
prevalout on that islaud. On one
plantation twenty-seven Japanese
suffered a very serious attack, and
temporary hospitals hud to be con
structed whore the men wero isolated.
COOET AT XOHAIiA.
Progress Being Made Before Circuit
Through the kindness of Marshal
Hitchcock, the Bulletin obtains the
following report of progress made
at tho Circuit Term, Kohala:
The Republic of Hawaii vs Nishi
moto, Jap. Pleaded guilty to mur
der in the second degree. Not sen
tenced. This is tho man who killed
a Japanese officer recently in Kona,
Republic of Hawaii vs. Hana (k.).
Hawaiian. Malicious burning of
Government school house at Hawi.
Pleaded guilty to malicious burning
in the third degree. Not sentenced.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Tai Loi,
(Ch.), possession of opium. Appeal
for mitigation of sentence. Fine re
duced from $160 to f 100.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Yamamoto.
Escaping from jail. Prisoner plead
ed guilty before lower court, but
was allowed by Judge Austin to
plead not guilty bofore the Circuit
An adultery cae was before the
Hawaiian jury when the W. G. Hall
Tho Hawaiian jurors had all taken
the oath provious to opening of tho
Circuit Court opened on Oct. 3,
and adjourned from day to day to
The hearing of the Ropublic of
Hawaii vs. John Gaspar et al. (Jap.),
resisting public ofDcors in tho dis
charge of their duties, was set for
tho 1Kb intt.
W. O. Smith, Attorney-General.
P. Noumaun, C. W. Ashford and
other attornoys expect to return to
Honolulu by the steamer ruuau uuo
hero on tbo 13th inst.
Tho W. G. Hall brought all the
witnesses in tho murder case and
lauded them at Mahukona. Sho will
roturn them to their homos on tho
uext up trip.
There was very littlo rain in Ko
hala aud Mahukona.
Every mother should know that
croup could bo proveuted. Tho first
Hvmplom of truo croup is hoarseness.
This is followod by a peculiar
rough cough. If Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is given froely as
soon as the child becomes hoarso or
even nftor tho cough has dovelopod
it will proveut tho attack. 2G nnd
Wlcent bottles for salo by all deal
ers. Benson, Smith & Co., Auouts
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Carrla orene King
Save the Children
y Purifying Tholr Blood
Mood's Sarsaparllla Makes Purs
Blood, Cures Scrofula, Etc.
"My experience with Hood's Snriaparlll.i hat
been very effcctlre. My little girl, five years
old, had for (our years a bad skin dlic.ne. net
arms and limbs would break nut In a mass of
sores, illicharglns yellow matter, rtie wrutd
scratch the eruption as though It g.ire retlet
and uar open the tores.
Two Bottles of Hood's
Sampartlla caused the eruptions to heat and
and the scabs pealed off, after which tlieskln
became soft aud smooth. As a family medietas
we tie litre Hood's Sarsiparllla has no equal and
1 recommend It." V. h. Kiso, lllug Dalc.Te.
Hood's Pills arc the bet family cathartic,
SjenUe and eRccUvo. Try a bos. i cunts.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agenti tor tin Itopnhlln of Hawaii.
between China and Japan
will caiiHo priteH for their
silk fjbiieHto go higher; no
country can fight nnd weave
silk at the Htmu time. The
price hdH already advanced
and ihe papi r state that
th uar i likely o he "on"
fr two or thtvo year. It
behoove th can-fill tuer
to pirn huse now We bad
an immense stock of Japa
nee Goods irdered before
var wns declared, conse
quent y we can continue to
sell at the old price as lon
as onr present stock ho ds
out, and then the W-tr will
force prices up. mr last
consignment cinistH of Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
and plain; Mornuig Gowns
for Ladies and Gi-nt-t, Mlk
Kimonos, Smoking Juek
rtu, Side Pajamas, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shad s, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., fie.
Hotel St. (Arllrmtmi lllock),
J I'. 1. t'uLLAiu, Proprietress.
PUSINESS Like Life
Ib What You 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 are determined to clear them out.
Our $2.25 Waiat will go for 1.25 and $1.50.
Our $3.50 Waist will go for $2.50.
tjsV. These are well made and good fitting; we hare at present fall line of sites.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 16cts.
Or 7 for $1.00 are going very fast. If yon want any yon most come soon.
The same with
Our 50cts. Silk, in Stripes and Solid Colors.
Wo bare jnst a few lengths left. Hare yon seen
Our Ladies' Chemise at 36cts?
This Is exceptional valae, trimmed with I.lnen taceand well made.
520 Fort Strpei,
Tuesday, Sept. 11, 180$.
We begin tlii week with
New Goods, New Dr. ss
Goods of every description,
Lawns, Muxlius, etc., etc.
List of Foreign nd Hawaiian Jur
ors for November Term.
The following Is tbo pauol of
jurors for tbo Novombor term of tb
Circuit Court, begiuniug on Mon
day, Nor. 5.
E. A. Jones, W. L. Hopper, T.
Krouse, J. J. gan, 0. 13. Gray, Wm.
Phillips, E. L. Marshall, L. O. Abies,
F. HusUce, W. O. Wooten, Jas.
Torbert. C. M. V. Fortr, A. Youuk,
Fred. Pbilp, O. B. llipley, J. M.
webn, Henry uavls, J. J. Sulllvau,
J. S. B. Pratt. W. W. Dimoud, Geo.
Gray. Jas. Weir Rubertson, O. F.
Wolfe, E. F. Bixbou. E M. MarHhall,
F. D. Wiike, J. M. Traoy, W. U.
Smith, O. V. Sturdovant, Peter High,
J. N. Wright, H. J. Ithoads, Jas. T.
Copeland, F. J. Lowroy, J C. Quiun,
J. S. Martin.
Opuupahi, D. L. Naone, M. Puaa
loa. A. Kanupa, A. Puaaloa, J. A.
Noblo, Jos. Woodward, J. Hao, A. L.
Kama), 11. Kalubua, J. K. Maluaal
kou, S. Kamaka, E. Kaautnoa, A. M.
Kakina, A. K. Kuuuiukoa, N. l'ul.i.
L. H. Kalualani, J. Paaniaui, M.
Kanuaiakala, O. K. Kapaualii, II. J
Mossmau, H. K. Mcetnaie, J. S. Ka
lakiula, G. R. Keomaka, J. W. Brown.
Wm. Kaapa, J. Nalua, Aobi K. Akau,
H. Manners, J. W. Haaheo, J, (Jro
well, Jos. Daniels, A. Kfkai, O. P.
Kanakauui, J. Pinao, J. Morris.
A Strong Horse
IS THE RESULT OF C1H1NO
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Just Arrived per "8. O. Wilder."
CALL AND SEE US.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Corner Queen A Nuuauu BU
Both Tklkimionks 121.
COUKT LUNAMLO, No UAO. A. O. K
will hold it npui-lul nireiliiK on
TUUUSDAY i:Vi:.NlMI at 7i30. All
members ot the Ordur III K"),J stundhiK are
Invited to atttml.
By order, UVAN HKMMK,
lloftt CliUI Hanger,
Mr. and Mrs. II. Defries gavn a
dinner at their residence, Loleo, yes
totday oveuiug in honor of tho Ut
auulversary of tho birth ot their
child. Tho popular Hawaiian Quiu
tut Club whs iu atteutlauco aud dis
coursed instrumental and vocal music
during tho repast.
Dr. R. I. Mooro will loavo by tho
S. S. Australia on Saturday for San
Frauoisco for a two months vacation,
and will bo tendered a social and
dance at Indepontlonce Park ou Fri
day evening. It boiug tho regular
monthly social of tho Lei Himuclub,
tho occasion will havo a dual attrac
tion. Chief Justice Judd and P. C. Joues
coinnout iua letter to the Adver
tiser, resenting insinuations of that
paper to tho effect that Rev. S. B. L.
Penrose, lately supplying tho pulpit
of Central Uiilou Church, was not
called to the paitorato Iwcauso he
smoked cigars and drank uufor
monted grape juice punch.
Tho Volcano House Company has
established tourists' headquarters at
Williams' photographic parlors,
whero C. D. Chano k Co., agents,
will answer all inquiries ami give all
needed nmistauuo to tourists or resi
dents desirous of visiting tho Vol
cauo. Mr. Chase will also move his
notary's oillce to Williams' place.
Bogiuning next Suuday, regular
morning ami evening ritrvices will
bo held by the Methodist. Episcopal
Church. Rev. H. W. Peck, pastor, iu
tho hall at the corner of Fort
and Hotel Btreets (Thistle, formerly
Annexation Club Rooms). A formal
organization of tho church will take
Clace on the first Sunday iu Novetu-or.
Tho improvements to tho Post
OOice are progressing rapidly, aud
it will not bo long before the win
dows will bo ready. The stamp
wiudow is about completed and
boxes for the Hawaiiaus, Japanese
aud Portuguese delivery windows
wero moved iu this morning. These
will be stationed on tho Waikiki side
of the Post Ollice, where the money
ordor aud savings bauk windows
A big fire covering an area of six
square miles was witnessed ou Lauai
during tho past week. The fire start
ed ou Saturday week and lasted un
til last Thursday, when it exhausted
itself. Itesldeiils on tho island de
scribe the foiillagratiou as a grand
sight, in fact it was a living volcano.
About a couple of days after tho fire
died out the grass began to sprout
up a(ain, nuii when tlie W. G. Hall
lelt tiio place was green nu'ftin-
"I would rather trust that medi
cine than auv ttoetor 1 know of,"
says .Mrs. 11 nil in Mason of Chilton,
Carter Co., Mo., in spending of
Chniiibcrlaiii'M Colic, Cholera anil
Uiarrhuta Remedy, For sale by
all dealers. Uoiihoii, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tbu Uawaiiuu Islaudi.
An lnvoico of the
Celebrated ' 'Shasta'
Water juat received
direct from the Springs
in Shasta, California.
' 'Shaeta' is the
finest mineral water
in the world. It is
used in every leading
hotel and on all the
railway dining cars in
the United States.
that milk for babies, in
valids or sick people should
be pure ; it is just as impor
tant to have the best quality
, for well people. The Pur-
fll.u. , veyor of tho iVtiuuu' llospi-
ULU I Vi i ul taCB n l,nrt'on of the daily
supply and places it ou ic
until it reaches a temperature
of 00 and then tents it for
ad u Herat i in. The Waialak
Daiuv, of which Paul Isen
berg is propiietor, supplies
the milk to the hospital, and
Mr. Ecknrdt nrniioiinces it
Thei.o new goods a-e trade ubstdutely pure. If you have
winners as you will agree ay mspicion us to the tnia
when you examine them. Hy you now use suppose you
Some of the best bargains of try the Wuialue milk for a
the season aiv iu tliuo new i ,n.,th .md note tbu differ
ence. Mr. InunbiTg makes
no butter, consequently you
get the milk ou which cream
will rise in an hour or two.
i Orders by telephone, either
line, promptly iilled.
I Firewood free from borer
boles at lowest niice delivered
j to any part of Honolulu.
Bryant & Aloha
Everybody likes it, because it is a Thirst
Quenching, Health-Giving Drink ami is
offered to the Public with a full confidence
of its Merits.
JUST THINK OF IT
Delicious Summer Beverage
FOR 25 CENTS!
Queen of all
perfectly of all
kinds, and is a natural
relief for all disor
ders of the stomach,
kidneys and liver.
For sale by all drug
gists and the trade
MACFARLANE ft CO. LTD,
Sole Agents for the
Do thi-y not suggest
A New DivssV
New Black Dress Goods,
New Colored Dress Goods,
New Cotton Dres Goods,
It is a good time to look at
the couurlesH variety of
Household Goods displayed
on our counters, such ns
New Table Linens.
New Cotton Draperies.
You remember that last
week wc advertised the re
opening of our Millinery De
partment. Well, the com
plete Hue of new stock that
we told you about bus arrived
Kibbons, Lacea, Large Fea
thfrsL'ipsand Whatnot in pro
fusion and under the manage
ineot of a comptitent milliner
who is able to hatisfy the most
.1. J. EGAN.
Tho nmlerslitn! Iisth rrlfel
smt Varied Aiiortiutnt ol
Hires Root Beer
favorite beverago for Ladies and
loung Persons to whom it gives Freshness
aud embonpoint. It bos solved the problem
of medicine by imparting strength and pure
blood, which soon gives a peivon a clear aud
cnMi-ntMsn -run umiht iikiim in
Dress Goods, Etc.
AUO a ruu. link or
Domestics, Coitonades, Etc.,
To wlilclt IhHtM-otlon Is lutlted.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Effervescent Too Exhilarating!
Just in Thing to Build Up the Constitution t
It is Wholesome and Strengthening. Pure
Blood, free from Uoils or Carbuncles, General
Good Health, results of drinking Hires Koot
Beer the year round.
N0T10K IS IIKUK1IY 01VKN THAT
nil claims uKulimt tliu Criterion Ha
Iihiii will l bttili-d hy Mr Jut. 1'. Mur
Kan, ami all ouUtumllni; uccumiU tlo tlm
Crlterlun Saluon ami iliu jaliljliu Ihmikb uf
U II. Due up to the uliovu ilatH nrt jiiyablo
to Mr. U II. Dee. All lilllx nj;I:it L. H.
l)co plcatte present liniiivuiateiy lor piy
U. II. IJI'.I'.
Honolulu, Oct. 3, lts'll
Episcopal Church Services !
BKOINNIN'fl ON SUNDAY. OUTOIICIt
Dili, rnKtilar miiruiiiu unl hvhiiIuk
HfrvliVk tlll liuliculliy I lui MeHi'illst lliiU
imiiiiiI i lutrcli ol Honolulu. KK'MI W.
1'l.OK, I'a.lor, In tliu hull, ut tliu riiriirr ot
I'ort mill Hotel stri'i-ti t Tlilstl, loriiurly
Anni'xatlou Cluli ItonniN).
A ftirrniil oruiiiilintltiu of thin Cliuri'li
will tukn iiluvo on Siimtuy, civeniber4.
All ClirlKtmn mituluUntit I with utiy other
nvancvllt-al elui'nh uru luvlii'il to unlt In
tills orKutiuul ou. li(7-liii
To All LoTeri of ea Bathing I
Will. I1K KEPT IN
II -Hncil Acromiuoilntlon (or
Lsitltsamt Uiitluieli. II.VI- m
The Enrupvan Lunch Rooms
CHOCK SI. NO, Proprietor,
Hotel Htruut, nearly opposite llethel
Fiist-Cm s Metis at Mokme Pries
At nil Hours. Patronage Solicited.
OS AND APTKH MONDAY, OCT.
Iftih, the Hawaiian Ki.hcthio i oh
ianv will k'vu uii all iiighi ervlio tor
Temple of FashioD
C51 Fort Stret
Clearance Sale for One Week !
Beginning Saturday, October 13th.
Everytliixig at et Seiorifioe
13 SICK LtJCAL COLUMN.
I M. C. SIT-VA,
Sample Glass Free at- Benson, Smith & Go.
ALL THIS WEEK ! "a
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISH ED 1859.
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
HOI. II) OAK UKDUOOM BETH,
BOPAH, LOUNGES, WAHDUOBK8,
MIHUOHB, MOUI.DINQS, KTt)., KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
Per Itoll ot 40 Yards, fl'.'.M).
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179. TBLEPHONBS Mntnal 76,
Hucceisora to 0. K. Williams.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
JOHN T. BROWN,
Dealer In Hawaiian and Korelirn Postage I
btamps. P.O. Do ill, Honolulu, (
Hli;hit prices kIyimi tor llnusnl and Used
Httwallau Htaiiips in eielmune lor otlitr
countries trom urt-cl approval sheets, '
HheeU for anted to any part of the Islands
ou application with town referenra.
J f. II Is open to meat any collectors by I Mutual
appointment. llliMm j
A'JTOItNHY AT LAW.
It. iii' Td to U Merobaut BtreeU