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THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 1894
Thursday, Oct. 11.
Btrar James Makee (ront Kauai
Btmr Walmanalo from Walanrto
Thuiwday, Oct. 11
Btmr Jns Makee for Kapaa at 4 p in
Btmr Hawaii for Hawaii
Vaela leaving To-morrow
Btmr V Q Hall for Maul and Hawaii at 10
Shipping No tea.
The bark Oakland lll leavi for Seattle
direct on U'tolcr 13th.
The steamer V O. Hall leaver to-morrow
murnlug at 10 o'clock on licr usual
The harkrntln B O. Wilder Is twclvo
day- ont from Ban FrsncUco for this port,
and the bark Andrew W Icli fifteen ditys.
08MER In this city, Oct. 0, t-i the wife of
J. h. Osmer, a son.
O'BHIKN At Honokaa, Hawaii, Setcm
ber 20, 18 M, to the wife of Thomas
O'Unen, a daughter.
A law Declared Unconstitutional
O A. Brown Answer.
Iu L. Ahlo vs. J. P. Muudonca,
petition to obtain right of way for
water-flume, Judge Whiting has
sustained defendant's demurrer, on
the ground that a Judge of the Cir
cuit Court has no jurisdiction tinder
the statute, and, secondly, pro
forma, that Chapter 27 of tho Laws
of 1876 is unconstitutional. With
regard to the first ground, tho Court
holds that the Circuit Court was
not in existence when tho law was
passed, and the provisions in respect
to this case are specific in giving
jurisdiction to a Justice of tho
Supremo Court. W. It. Castlo and
P.M. Hatch for plaintiff; O. Brown
Charles A. Brown, defendant to
the suit of Irono Uaalou li Brown, a
married womau, and George li
Brown and Francis Hyde li Brown,
minors, by their next friend, A. F.
Judd, and A. F. Judd and oanford
B. Dole, has filed his answer to tho
complaint. He makes certain ad
missions, but tho chief interest of
the answer is, where, claiming ignor
ance of certain allegations iu the
complaint, he throws on A. F. Judd
and 3. B. Dole (the latter successor
of J. Komoikohuohu), the burden of
proving that cortalu words wore
omitted iu the copy of the will of
the late Judge II, and that the
original will gavo tho estate into tho
hands of tho executors as a trust
during the life of Mrs. Brown. Ma
goonaud Hatch aro for defendant.
A Chinaman Expires in the Night
in His Lonely Orlb
Goo Kim. Chinese Commercial
Agent, telephoned to Deputy Mar
shal Brown at 10 o'clock this morn
ing, notifying him that n dead China
man had beou found in a houo on
Nuuauu street. Tho man lived by
himself and for sumo time past had
been in a weak ami sickly condition.
He went into his apartment aud
closed the door at 8 o'clock yes
terday oreiiiug. During tho uight
native living in an adjarout build
ing heard a noise as of somo one
choking. No investigation was
made uutil this morning at 8 o'clock,
when the room wan outered and the
Cbinamau was found lying on the
floor. Ho must havo been dead for
hours, as tho odor was somethiug
shocking, aud no one could be in
duced to enter. Goo Kiut was noti
fied and, on examination, the cause
of death was fouud to bo hemorrhago
of the lungs. In view of this find
ing no coroner's inquest will bo hold.
Macfarlauo Si Co. are strewing
clever advertisements of tho famous
Shasta water about the sidewalks.
They are Illuminating thedead walls
with pictorial references to tho same
H. B. M. S. Hyacinth, according to
several of her men, was to havo left
port to-day for a cruise, to return on
Saturday. Yesterday afternoon it
was generally known that she was
not to leave as intended.
A Strong Horse
IS TBK RESULT OF CMNO
' A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Jnst Arrived er 'B. 0. Wilder."
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Owner Queen A Nnnana Ht
Both Telephones 121.
A FEW I.AKQE A1HY
UHWs iu mn en
moderate terms on the
aiund Hair uf ihti Strec-
Sell.' lUlik 111) ( k Ald v ill
UM-ihii Wm O. IRWIN & CO.. l.'f.
OUKT I.UNAMI.O, No WW. A. O. I'.,
will linlii a Kiwi-lid iiieetliiK on
TUUKnDAY EVKSINO at 7:30. All
members of the Order In Hiod stui.UliiK ure
invited to attend.
By order. liVAN "J,N. '
U6T-3t J lib"' HhIIKCT.
AMKKTINO OK TIIK INT UNA.
TIONAL bYlll'KMKH J I J' Hi IHk.
uiao HUH (lnurd)l KI..nISO, On.
llib.lmliulr Omu ww. l-rruuuiiui.
l. rruul mvft,
All wsu.be rs ar iisrilniMNj riu'in w
Km prreii, as
LOOAX. AWD OEHKRAI. WXWB
Half and Half, 2 for
25c, at the
A dnnco will bo given at the Myrtle
club bouse to-morrow evening.
No sign of tho S. S. City of- Po
king as this paper goes to press.
No time like the present if you
want dry goods. Cheap for cash.
Tho monthly meeting of the Y.
M. 0. A. will be hold to-night at 7:30
My shelving is not down but my
goods are. Buy now.
M. S. Lvt.
Nine Chincsn gamblers
rPBted last night in tho
Tho Quintet club has been engag
ed to play at tho Hawaiian Hotel
this oven i tig. '
J. W. Luuitig, tho well-known col
lector, is going to take a trip to tho
Coast by tho Australia.
Thnro was a fairly good attendance
at the band concert at Thomas
Square yesterday evening.
"Jim tho Penman" will bo pre
sented by tho Dailey Stock Co. at
tho Opera Uouso this evening.
Tho subject of Mrs. Thirds' lec
ture at Theosophical hall to-morrow
evening will bo "The Hindoo Bible."
During thodinnorattho Hawaiian
Hotel last night tho Quintet club
rendered vocal and. instrumental
Tho Gorman warship Aloxandrino
arrived at Yokohama Sept. 2uth,
and the Arcoua on thu 20th, from
At tontioti is called to tho notico
of Kamohatnoha Girls' School, for
which a splendid building has just
No ticket for the Volcano will bo
given, consequently I can sell goods
a few cents a yard cheaper than my
competitors. M. S. Levt.
Anyouo wanting a largo and airy
office should sco W. G. Irwin & Co.,
Ld., about tho rooms upstairs iu
Thero will bo a meeting of tho In
ternational Schuutzen Club this
evening, whnu special business will
bo brought forward.
Court Lunalilo, No. CC00, A. O. F ,
will hold a special meetiug at 7:30
o'clock, when all members are ex
pected to Im) present.
The weekly tneotini! of tho Board
of Health was postponed yesterday
until next wi'ek, on account of the
absoncoof tho president, W.O.Smith.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
nd Nuuauu street. Lodging b
lay, wek or mouth. Terms: 2T aud
Wcnt p nitrlitt tl and fl.'ft v
"As utual," J. J. Egan gives iu
this issue a seasonable poiutor, which
tho ladies especially Will regard as
tho best new matter in to-day'
paper. Keatlit m
Handsome dresses and a beautiful
now double parlor and conservatory
sceno will bo features iu A. M.
Palmor's famous socioly play, "Jim
tho Penman," to-night.
Somo say it is Dr. Brodie, others,
Dr. Miuer. Tho title of tho picture
in thu Advertiser savn it is J. A.
Kennedy, who will call tho nominat
ing convention to order.
Wilder & Ca.h Kstato of S. G.
Wilder, aud S. G. Wilder & Co. have
all been organized as limited liability
corporations. Tho ollleors of each
aro advertised iu this paper.
P. A Dins offers his residence on
Youug street for sate at a reasonable
price, furnished or unfurnished.
The house is solidly and neatly
built, and now. Artesian well water
belouging to the premises.
During tho past three weeks thero
havo been four addttious to the juve
nile membership of tho police force.
The st rangers hare appeared iu the
families of Li"ut. Conies, Captaius
Scott aud Rosehill and Turnkey Os
Socioly should not fall completely
into tho craze for "Charley's Auut"
ami oveilook the handsome society
drama, "Jim tho Penman," to night.
Those who miss it will overlook one
of tho strongest aud prettiest of
Dailey 's rejiertoire.
Hires' Root Beer is grateful to
many, but tho many should bo grate
ful to it for tho chauce it has given
them of feasting their eyes ou the
artistio lithographs now posted
round the town by the thousand.
Nothing fiuor or more pleasing has
beou seen here.
The first of A. M. Palmer's series
consisting of "Jim the Penman,"
"Alabama," aud "Saints and Sin
ners" will bo presented to-night.
They aro all high-class plays aud
will attract our best tlioatre-goors.
The last-mentioned may stir up a
Jacob Kumalao and S. Keliiku
wale wore fouud guilty in tho Dis
trict Court this morning of mali
cious injury iu ovordriviug tho mare
"Mink," belonging to tho Club
Stables, ami each was SHntuncod to
six mouths' imprisonment at hard
labor. An appeal was noted.
Master Nicoll, dunuir tho ab
sence of his mother from homo, took
a btroll arouuti town last nignt. inn
lad was picked up by a police ofiicor,
takou to I ho Police Station and later
returned homo safely. Ho had got
on tho outside uf a spring locked
door, and tho person in charge of
him did not know ho was lout.
Joo Fern and Miss Zipa Alnpni
were murried yesterday evening nt
I'd In ma. To-day a grand liiau is
being given in honor of (lie union.
It will bo continued until late this
evening. Tint commuting purtieH
were the principals in thu lute pil
low slips and sheet cbm. They
were defendants iu a larceny case
prosecuted by W. O. Achl, and were
fouud uot guilty.
PRO TEMPOM LEGISLATURE.
Weekly Meeting of the Executive
and Advisory Councils.
W. C. Wilder, President of tho
Council, took the chair at the usual
time this afternoon, with him being
present: Ministers Hatch, King and
Damon; Councillors C. Brown, John
Ena, Heury Watorhouse, W. F. Al
len, J. A. McCandless, D. B. Smith,
J. P. Mondonea, John Nott, Alex.
Young and E. D. Tenney.
Minister Damon road the weekly
Receipts were f51,45G.79, including
$12,000 from the Postal Savings
Bank. Interior yielded $10,74300,
Customs S11.019.7G, and Taxes $13,
191.97. Expenditures weroW5.071.
93. Tho net indebtedness is 13,531,
177.10. Tho bill to amend tho incorpora
tion law passed third reading.
The bill to amend the law relating
to bouudaries psssed with amend
ments recommended by the Judi
Mr. McCandless askod an opinion
as to whether an Advisory Council
lor was eligible for election to the
President Wilder said there was a
difference of opinion on tho matter,
but he had no doubt in his own
Mr, Waterhouse thouirht a Coun
cillor must resign before he could be
eleetcd to the Legislature.
Mr. Hatcb, after consultation with
his colleagues, said the opinion of
tho Executive was that members of
the Council were eligible to election.
President Wilder thought that in
tho constitutional convention a
proposition to make an Advisory
Councillor ineligible was voted
Mr. McCandless thought it was as
compotent for a Councillor to be
elected as for a Senator to succeed
At 2:29 the Councils wont into ex
A steam launch was reported off
Diamond Head at 2 o'clock this
afternoon, making for Honolulu
harbor. It is supposed to be tho
launch Ka Made, in chargo of A.
McDowall, returning from tbo wreck
of thu Geo. N. Wilcox. There aro
four men in tho boat.
Part of tho wreckage from tho
Geo. N. Wilcox drifted ashore at
Kapaa, Kauai, during tho presout
A POINTER !
The riny season is com
ing, and if you vvuntto Hind
wutcr like a duck ou muBt
be provided with u Knin
Coat. I have just received
n new invoice of LadieH'
English Mac-intosuc8 in
fact, I nhnll make a leader
of these goods tor tho next
few weeks and ut such prie.es
that I expect to see every
lady in Honolulu properly
elnd for rainy weather.
will not bo worn iu muddy
weather. The reason is
apparent and doesn't need
will probably take the place
of the white am s for the
next few montns, aud to
miteh these I have un ele
gant line of Tan Stocking
in numerous shades.
Oh, yen, Trimmed or Un
trimruedV Un trimmed t All
right. Just pick out the
shape. Thoy arc all new
and the very latest. After
viiu have selected one that
suits your peculiar style of
bounty I will introduce you
to our expert milliner, who
will help you helect tho
trimming and I guarantee
to finihh you a hat that you
won't be ashamed of.
always doing this and thin
time I think I have hit tho
nail by laying in a fresh
mpply of Ladies' and
Children's Undervests fr un
Corset Waists will muke
an acceptable incre.iHn to
your wardrobe. "We have
Nothing looks so pretty
around a lady's waUt (ex
cept un arm) us one of our
Belts. 1 havo both Silk
and Leather with new de
signs ot if uokics. it you
don't believe me come and
try oiio on (not the arm
but the Dolt).
,J. .J. ROAN,
KAMEHAMEHA. OIRLS' B0HO0L
Mil'. HIIXT TKIIM W KAMKHA.
ur.HA IIIIIIJI Ht'llOOI. iihiik Ml
HAY. isuY. l'J'h. Aiinliistlcns lorsitmls.
i ion iitiy txi (liifiMi Ui Min I'oit. winr
nt KihhIihiii.i Mttniml, u l t IU
w't'iai KuiilrKriu IIimiiii, (jMefii I'.mii n
Hull, HittnntHV iimriiuiK I'om U to 12
hre s'a will i p'rl to in t-t l'pl
units I'll III t'nn It l'iflv ll'-Ol Dollsi. s
)tsrsolM I1M lot
y JM? JaKlK ki
Makes Pure Blood
Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated. '
"C. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. t
"It Is with plcasuro that I elrc you the details
of our little May's sickness and her return to
health by Uie use of Hood's Batsaparllla. She
was token down with
Fever and a Bad Couch.
Following this a sore camo on her t Icht side be
tween Uie two lower ribs. In a short time an.
other broke on the left side. Slio would take
pells of sore month ami when o hid succeed
ed In overcoming this sliowuiiMsuflerwItli at
tacks of high fever and cirl blumly looking
corruption. Iter head was urirctcd and matter
-cored trom her ears. After each attack she be
esma worts ftnd all treatment failed to sWohfr
relief until wo liepan to inn Hood's HarsjipiirllU.
Aflntifi hail taken aiifli.ill tintth, no could 4en
tint sho was lictler. o rnnllnned until slio
bad taken Uiree bottles. Now alio looks Uks
The Bloom of Health
sod It fstas spiff. VTcfcrt protein). nnd rnnnot
tajf too much In favor of Hood's K.irsniarllU."
tut. A. M. Adams, Inman, Tennessee.
Hood's Pills net casiljr. yet rromidlr and
Dclsntly, on tie liver and battels. 23c
Ho'bron Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents for tlin llcpablln of Hawsll.
An invoice of tho
Celebrated 'Shasta '
Water just received
direct from the Springs
in Shasta, California.
'Shasta'1 is the
finest mineral water
in the world. It
used in every loading
hotel and on all the
railway dining cars in
the United Statoo.
Queen of all
ters; blends porfectly
with liquor 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
will be riven
M. M. THIUDS
On FRIDAY EVENING, Oct. 12th,
At thu Theosophical Hall, comer ot
Nuaanu and MbiIiih streets, Iu
the "foster lllock."
Doors will open at 7 o'clock. Itnre In
commence promptly at & o'clock All am
Subject of the Lecture will bt
"mho Merino f 1-1 a "
Temple of Fashion
510 ETon Street
Clearance Sale for One Week !
Beginning Saturday, October 13th.
BDverytiiing eit a, t3aorifl.oe
hKIfl LOUAL COLUMN.
between China and Japan
will cause prices for their
silk fabrics to go higher ; no
countn can fight und weave
silk at the Bitmo lime. The
price bus already advanced
and the pap rs state thut
the. war in likely to bo "on"
for two or tluvo years. It
luhoovt't the careful buyer
to purchase now We had
an immense stock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
var wus declared, conse
quently we can contimn- to
sell at the old price- as lon
a-t our present stock ho ds
out, und then tho Wr will
force prices up. ur last
consignment c nihistsof Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
and plain ; Morinng Gowns
for Ladies ami G. nts, nlk
Kimonos, Smoking Juc.k-
..-, CSil- 1.. !..... .... t.. ...... ......
' fc -' uiuuiuo, uniiuiiiov.
niwt I lliiiin W.mv. S.i.,,..i.a
Lamp Shad s, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., He.
Hotel 8L (Arllni!trm lllock).
Mkc. J. 1'. P. Com ai o, l'ruirlctress.
IT IS NECESSARY
thut milk for babies, in
, valitls or sick people should
' be pure ; it is just as impor
1 taut to have the best quality
I for well people. The Pur
I veyor of the Queen's Hospi
1 tul tukes u portion of the daily
i supply and places it on ic
until it reaches u temperature
of (50 and then tents it for
adulteration. The Waialak
Daiuy, of which Paul Iscn
berg is proprietor, supplies
the milk to the hospital, und
Mr. Eckardt pronounces it
absolutely pure. If you have
any Hispicion us to the qua
lity you now use suppose you
try the Wuialue milk for u
month and note the differ
ence. Mr. Irsenberg makes
no butler, consequently you
get tint 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 ptice delivered
to any part of Honolulu.
Episcopal Church Sei vices!
BKOIN'NINO ON SUNDAY. OCTOlIKU
Itth, rrisilltir moriiliiu mi I Wiling
mtvIcom will liohi'M liy tho Metli. dim '.
I'otml i Imri-li of Honolulu. Iti;. II W.
I'l.tlK, I'a.tor, In tliu hull, nt thu comer of
hurt mid Hotel M reels tThutK formtrly
AniirxiitUm Uiuli lloonis).
A formal organization of tlili t'lmreh
will take plncu on Suinlny, oveinlMT 4.
All Christian notutllhiilel with imy other
KvniiKellenl chilieh uro Invllud to tiiiilo In
this orjmiliat'on. H.'m-Iiii
To All Loreri of Sea Batbiogl
WIIL IIC KKPT IW
W. S. BA-3R,T3LiE1,T.
The European Lunch Rooms
CHOCK SINO, Proprietor,
llotol Street, nearly opposite Iiethel
First-Clas Moils at Mo.irraie Prices
At all Hours. Patronage Solicited.
OTI0K IS HKUKISY OIVKN THAT
all clulms nuuinit tho nterion Ha-
loon will he hct'tfil by Mr Jan. 1". Mor
l'iiii. and all ouutaudlni! uceouuts due the
Criterion Hulooii nud ihu jnlililiu house of
I.. H. Dee up Ui the abovo ilftt" are payable
to Mr. 1.. 11. Deo. All bills imliiM L II.
Deu please prciseut iuiiiiediutcly lor pay
ment, u ii. di;v:
Honolulu, Oct. 3, 18!l. IIW 3m
ON AND APTKIt MONDAY, OCT.
I.'jtll, tho IUwaiun Hlkl'triu ( ou
i-av will kIvu an all nigh' service for
PUSINESS Like Life
Is 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 aro determined to clear them oat.
Our $2.25 Waist will go for $1.25 and $1.50.
Our 3.50 Waist will go for $2.50.
VsV. These are well made and good fitting; we have at present (all line of site.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 15cts.
Or 7 for f 1.00 are going very fust. If you want any yon mist come soon.
The same with
Our 0cts. Silk, in Stripes and Solid Colors.
We have jnst a few lengths left. Have yon seen
Our Ladies' Chemise at 36cts?
This Is exceptional value, trimmed with Linen Ijioe and well made.
&z3. c3 xx G jt3L c3.
620 Fort Street ,
" M "- l-S-
Everybody likes it, because it is a Thirst
Queuching, Health-Giving Drink aud is
offered to the Public with a full confidence
of its Merits.
JUST THINK OF IT
Delicious Summer Beverage
FOR 25 CENTS!
Hires Root Beer
Ts now n favorite beverage for Ladies and
Young Persons to whom it gives Freshness
and embonpoint. It has solved thu problem
of medicine by imparting strength und pure
blood, which soon gives a peivon a clear And
Effervescent Too Exhilarating!
Just thu Thing to Build Up the Consti'ution i
It is Wholesome and Strengthening. Pure
ISIood, free from Boils or Carbuncles, General
Uooil Health, results
Beer the year round.
Sample Glass Free at Benson, Smith & Go.
rar ALL THIS WEEK ! ai
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
80I.ID OAK UKDROOM BKTH,
SOFAS, LOUNOKB, WARDUOBR8,
MIIIBOH8, MOULD1NOB, KTO., KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamleis Hatting
i'er Hoi I of 40 Yards, 112.00,
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mntnai 76,
8ucceisors to 0. K. Williams.
609 AND 611 KING BTREET.
JOHN T. BROWN,
Dtialer In Hawnlhtn aud Fureluit I'ouice
Bumps. 1'. O. llox 411, ilunoluiu.
HlKhcst prices kIvoii for Unused and Used
lUwiilInn rJiauips Iu eichaiiKe fur other
countrloH from llratvlass approval sheets.
Hlieets forwarded to any rt of the islands
uu aiiiiiiraiion Willi lown reference.
J. l.ll. ISO
Is ojteu to meet any collectors by
of drinking Hires Root
ATTOIIXP.Y AT LAW.
!( m vtd to U ilsrcbaot BtreeU
Mutual Talaphon SO.
1164 Iw .