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FRIDAY, OCT. 12, 1894
Fhidat, Pet. 12.
8 8 City of Poking from Yokohama nml
FwtMY, Oct. 12.
8tmr W Q Halt for Maul ami Hawaii ut 10
Vessels LavtBt To-morrow.
8 8 Australia, Houdlette, fur San Fran
cisco at 12 noun
For Maul ami Hawaii, per Mtnr W O
Hall, Oct t-H Woilprs, Mrs H Wlluii.
Helen Ihlhl, Tlini Clark, l)r Schneider, M
lima ami 40 dock.
Th 8. 8. Australia lmi been taking in
boxes of batiniiai all day.
The sc'iooncr Alalia will probably hare
for Han Frnnclrco on Tuesday next.
The schooner O. M. KflloRi lias finished
dlecbari(liii( lumber ami will likely proceed
to the Bound In ballast.
The men of H. it. M. 8. Hyncln'h were
engaged thl afternoon In pistol ptact.ee
on the Qiiniantlne IhiiiIIiu.
The barks Ou.iaru and Oakland, tlio
barkentlne W. H. IMniotnl and tho
schooners Aloha, Hntcrt Mers nnd 0. M.
KellogK arfl tho only foreign imrchantmuu
In irt at present.
K.VUHAN'B- MAUT1N' - In Wnlolilntt,
Kan Hawaii, October I), lrt.ll, by JmUo
J. H. Walptillnnl. Satnutd Kitulmui-,
M rt on of Ituv. J. Kauhniie, to Mi
arah H. Mirtlti, lotuof Knit Hiiwnll
CAMl'llKI.I.-In Honolulu. October 12,
ItRM, to the wife of James Campbell, u
da u liter
Will of 8. N. nastlo $10,000 Dam
ages Claimed of th Oovorumuiit.
Wm. I. Caulk not it Ions for pro
bate of the Inst will Atitl to.tntimtit
of 8. N. Castle, his Into father. Tho
real property in valued at $15000
aud the personally at $150,000. The
will reads as follows:
"Iu the name of Ood, Atnonl I,
Samuel N. Castlo of Honolulu. Ha
wallan Islnti'is, IrIdk of nouuii and
disposltii? miud aud uimuory, but
cousclous of tho uncertainty of life,
do hereby make, publish and declare
this to bo my lanl will and testa
ment, revoking all former wills br
me at any time made or published.
"After payment of my Just debts
and funeral oxpeusos, 1 kivo aud be-
aueath to each of my surviving vhil
ren one hundred dollars, and ono
hundred dollars to the two children
of my docoased sou, Charles Alfred
"All of the rsf, residue and re
mainder of my property, both real
and personal, I pivo, devise and be
quest n to my beloveu wile, Alary
Castle, for her sole aud separate use
and bohoof, and of her heirs aud as
"I hereby nominate and appoint
my said wife as solo executrix of this
will, to act without bunds.
"la witness whoroof I, Samuel N.
Castle, have horeuuto set my hand
this 13th day of Juno, 1803. at the
samo time declaring it my last will
The witnesses are J. D. Athorton,
Goo. P. Andrews and Sarah D. An
drews. Decedent was 85 years of
age wheu he mado his will. He left,
besides a widow, four sous, four
a daughters aud two grand-daughters
' as heirs at law aud next of kiu.
Charles Scharf ha complained to
tho Circuit Court, claiming $10,000
daiuagos of the Uawaiiau Govern
ment, for injuries received by him in
falling through a grating left upon
in the sidewalk on King street,
whereby he was laid up iu the
Queeu's Hospital for fivo weeks, nnd,
as his doctor tells him, received in
curable injury to his body and
nervous system, and, as a further
consequence, his nervous system
was so severely shocked as to tem
porarily destroy, and permanently
Impair, to tho extent of almost total
blindness, the eyesight of tho plain
tiff. Judge Whiting has appointed J. I.
Dowsott as guardian of Annie T. K.
Parker, his granddaughter, under
$5000 bonds, contrary to the objec
tion of S. Parker previously re
ported. The samo Judtro has appointed
Makalei administratrix of the estate
of Kahele under $150 bond.
Judge Whiting has confirmed the
sale of real estate of the late Antonio
Monteiro, intestate, by Henry Smith,
commissioner. Geo. It. Grau was
the purchaser at $150. (lie laud being
on the corner of lluckwith and -Mot
The same Judge has confirmed
the accounts of Hanakaulaui Holt,
guardian of the Holt minors.
LITTLE OIBL'S EBOAPE.
LOCAL AHD GrXlTEBAX. HBWB.
There will bo a regimental drill on
Palaco Square this evening.
No time like tho present if you
want dry goods. Cheap for cash.
Al. o. LiEvr.
There is tn be a barge party in the
harbor to-night, followed by a hop
at the Myrtle Boat Club.
Campbell, Marshall & Co. are
shipping bananas to Portland, Oro
gou, by the S. S. Australia.
The case against Cnpt. Mt-Giitro
of tho bark Oakland for landing a
stowaway has been nol. pros'd.
Six pistol shots were heard in tho
vicinity of the powder magazine on
the Punchbowl slopes last night.
No ticket for the Volcano will be
given, consequently I ran soil goods
a few cents a yard cheaper than my
competitors. M. S. Levy.
ThreoCliinamen were found ouilly
in the District Court thin morning
and sentenced to pay a fino of $3
each. They wero arrested last night.
Mechanics' Home, cornor Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or mont h. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; $1 aud $125 per
A social and danco will be givon
at Independence Park this evening,
ns a farewell to Dr. It. I. Moore, who
lives by the S. S. Australia for tho
A family matineo will bo given by
the Dailey Stock Company to-morrow
afternoon, when the Irish
comedy, "The Corner Grocery," will
Owing to tho accidental my store
(Temple of Fashion) I will begin a
Clearance Sale next Saturday, (M.
13. to last one week. Evorvthiuif will
be sold at a snooping reduction and
no favors shown. M. G. Silva.
(J. It. Harrison, practical piano
md organ maker ami tuner, can fur
tiish tKJAt, factory references. Order
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
siinmuteed to be the same don
Editor MilNnps, who came with
the party of Salvationists to tbo
islands, will give his farewell address
at tho Snlvation Army Harracks this
itrnuinc. The editor leaves to-mor
row fur San Francisco to resumo his
work as editor of the War Cry.
The Tahltlan Servant of the British
Commissioner Lost and Found.
Tehu, the sixteen-year old Tahi
t ian servant of British Commissioner
A. G. S. Hawes, left the house of his
master on Monday morning, aud
forgot tn rottirn. Mr. Hawes felt
uneasy about his servant, thinking
perhaps that Tehu had gone to the
other islands. He reported the loss
of his servant to the Deputy Mar
shal yesterday and Senior Captain
Parker watched the W. G. Hall this
morning, to see whether Tehu
would be a passenger on her. The
steamer sailed aud Tehu had not
put in an appearance. Captain Par
ker heard that a number of young
boys wero having a good time in a
hott'o on Emma street, near Bere
tania street, aud he went there. The
captain entered tho house, a two
story building, and standing at tho
foot of tho stairs called out. "Tehu I"
No sooner had the name been utter
ed when tho answor came, "Yes,
. sirl" Tehu was located: he was
having a glorious time, playing the
I guitar and singiug. The prodigal
, was returned to his master. Tehu,
j before being taken back, told Capt.
i'arker that he was fond of wander
ing around; ho didn't caro about
staying at homo all tho timo.
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3Ji iThe War
can lijnit him wo.nc
Chas. Oreighton in Trying to Hake
a Rescue Burta Himself.
Little Rachel, daughtor of Fred.
H. Haysolden. Lsuai, had a narrow
escape a few days ago. Ilepairn were
being made ou tho kitchen cistern,
when the box fell in with all the
timbers, precipitating the child
long with a uative workman into
even feet of water. Mr. Uayselden
sprang into the cistern without
waiting to divest himself of his outer
clothes or oven his watch, and extri
cated bis daughter unhurt. Haehel
was still holdiug ou to a comb, that
he had iu her hand whuu she fell
in. Chas. Greiuhton, who was rusti
catiug at Mr. Haysoldou's, cprnincd
bis knee wheu running fur a ladder.
Mr. Goo Kim, tho ChiiieHu Com
mercial Agent, tnyrt that he did not
notify the police of tho death of a
Chinaman on Nuiinuti Htreet, but
that the police notified him and re
quested that ho should call ami
utakoau investigation, Ho did this
and friends of tho dead man came
forward aud gave hlui deuwut burial,
October's issue of the Paradise of
tho Pacific contains several well
executed views tnk'M) iu Uilo. It
also has a picture of Lunalilo Homo
with a portrait of King Lunalilo its
founder, illustrating an article by
Jan. W. Girviu of the Foreign OiDce.
Dailey's Stock Company gavo
"Jim tho Penman" to a middling
houso last night. Tho stage setting
aud tho ladies dresses wero superb.
A smooth rendition of tho sensa
tional society drama was given, ap
plause being frequent and rising to
an ovatiou over the closing scenes.
C. A. Fogarty, tho hop beer man,
was ou trial iu the District Court
this morning, for forgery of a bill of
sale. Tho charge was preferred
airninst Fogarty by bis partner in
the hop boer business. Part of tho
evidence for tho prosecution was
taken and further hearing was con
tinued until tho 17th inst.
Snndford Fleming, C. M. G., of
f'aundn, visited the Foreign Oillco
Wednesday iu company with Mr.
Mercer, who is here iu tho iutorest
of the Canadian Pacific cable. Head
ers of tho Bulletin will remember
an interesting interview on cable
matters with Mr. Fleming wheuou
his way to Australia last year.
Some remarkable Japanese carv
ing is to be seen at Mr. Levey'ti
salesroom. There are jars cutout
of solid ivory with engravings of
human figures aud filigree work al
most as fine as lace. It is said that
ono of these jars took four Shinto
priests four years to carve. Several
other smaller pieces of carving iu
ivory are at the same place.
BE UED A KNIFE.
A Chinaman Tries to Knko Mince
Moat of a Portuguese
A Chiuamau giving tho nnmo of
Tai Lor gave himself up to the police
at 11 o'clock this forenoon, and mod
a boud at tho name time for his ap
pearance In the District Court to
morrow morning. Loy in tho man
who assaulted a fifteen-year-old
Portuguese boy at Pauoa last night.
The boy appeared at the Police
Station last uight covered with
blood. Throe, cuts about, two inches
long went found on the top of his
head aud oue over his forehead. Tho
lad stated that he bad been assault
ed with a kuife by a Chiuamau near
the Pauoa road bridge. A warrant
wos issued early this morning, aud
while the police ollicnr was scouring
the valley iu search of the Mongolian
the latter gave himself up to tho
police. He is charged with assault
with a deadly weapon aud will ap
pear for trial to-morrow moruiug.
The injuries are not cousidorod
"Jim tho Ponman" was produced
last evening at the Opera House aud
was another gem in tho Dailey dia
dem. The piny is one of absorbing
interest and was rendered in a very
creditablo manner. The leading
roles were sustained ably by Mr.
Snow and MissD.ilgMsh. Mr. Bel
mour and Miss Nannary also acted
with usual skill. Tho costumes of
the ladies woro elegant aud beauti
ful. It is tho gouoral opinion that
Miss Nannary has a bright dramatic
future Sho has uevor slighted a
siuglo part she has had. Those who
remember her an trancesca iu
"Galley Slave" would like before tho
season closes to seo her in a strong
To-morrow night "Charley's Aunt"
will tompt the feline risibilities. Be
tween ai-ts Miss Nannary aud Miss
Stockmeyer will execute a bautiful
Spanish danco. Both are appreciat
ed as Torpsichoreaus autl a groat
treat may be expected. "Comer
Grocery" at tho matineo to-morrow
Sara K. Moe, an employee of the
Holomua oflice, was placed under
arrest this forenoon ou a warrant is
sued by George Fredonborg. Moe
is charged with burglary. He is al
leged to have entered tbo house of
Mr. Fredeuborg about 10 o'clock
this morning with tho intention of
committing a felouy. If tho alle-
Sationn are proven in court it will go
ard with Moo.
Ur. aeorge W Tutey
Cured of Rheumatism by
"C. I. If ood & Co., Lowell, Miun
"I was taken down with rheumatism erer
year ago. I wm sick tor oter six months.
Often I would have such pains that I couM
hardly endure tlicm. A friend camo to me and
lvlct mo to try Hood's Barsaparllla. I took
lilm nt his word nml Rot n hotUe of It, and since
tuT taken eight bottles of It.
It Has Cured Me
When ths doctors could do me no food what
ever. After beln;t benefited so much from this
medicine I r icrllie Hood's R.irnparlll as a
wonderful medicine. 1 alio ndvlw every one
who Is troubled with rheumatism not to be with-
out Hood's fjampvllla. 1 nm n farmer, and
tho medicine his riven me much eneriry and
trenpth to perform my work." Oeouub W.
Tulev, Benjamin, MUnoutl.
Hood's Pills nro hand made, and perfect
In proportion and aprearance. 88c a box.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Hole Agents for the Keimhllc of Hawaii.
A POINTER !
An lnvoico of the
Water just received
direct from the Springs
in Shasta, California.
"Shasta" is the
finest mineral water
People's Baggage Express
ANY I'AltT OF TIIK
Citv for IHUHAUK. All Havkujc
riuelruil liy uti I' bx liumllod with car
iiml illitiMtiili. upiiii will he on the
Whii f in meet "I I Kuri'lrfii uml Inlur
Inland Btf-amtrrt. Mnvlnit I'-un . nml
1'iiriiltii o a cii!ltlty. Oillre I'ldii-il
(!rrlii:u t'o Mini l.ivwy Kt ililui, ciiriixr if
K.liL'U il Kurt ftiromn next lu K O llni
V Hon. lluili lelvpliiu ;'. . ,. . . .
1110 :iin M. T. M.MIHH.VI.I.
M. T. DONNHIX,
Ntw Pdieiiied Poi Stoker
All 0 ili'M " Cumin itilo tltinn
MllllrtMMl ID I! 1111 v b'll lH
(wild liitvo tlivin mi ili") or to M. 'I,
Uuiiiivll, will rrci'lvrf iirumj.1 atunllou.
Tho rainy season is com
ing, und if you wunt to shi d
witter like u duck you must
bo provided with a Itiiiu
Cout. F have just received
u new invoice of LaMies'
English Mackintoshes in
fact, I hhall make a leader
of these goods tor tho next
few weeks and utsuch prices
that I expect to see every
lady iu Honolulu properly
elnd for r.uny weather.
will not be worn in muddy
weather. The reason is
apparent and doesn't need
will probably take the place
of the white on s for the
next few months, aud to
match these I have an ele
gant lino of Tan Stocking
in numerous shales.
Oh, ves, Trimmed or
trimmed? Uiitrimmcd !
right. Just pick out
shano. Thev are all
and the very latest. After
vu have selected ono that
suits your peculiar style of
beauty I will introduce you
to our expert milliner, who
will help you eoKct tho
trimming and I guarantee
to finihli you a hat that you
won't bo ashamed of.
always doing this and this
timo I think I have hit tho
nuil bv lavinc: iu a frcnh
Mipply of LudicH' and
Children's Uudervests fr un
Corset Waists will make
an acceptable it cream to
your wardrobe. AVo have
Nothing look so pretty
around a lady's wai-t (ex
cept an arm) an one of our
Holts. I have both Silk
and Leather with new de
Mgus of Buckles. If you
don't btOievo mo come and
try ono on (not tho arm
but tho Holt).
J. ,J. KOAN,
GU Fort btroet.
in the world. It is
used in every leading
hotel and on all the
railway dining cars in
the United States.
between China and Japan
will catiHc pri es for their
silk f jbrierf to go higher ; no
si'k at the si mo nine.
price his alroady advanced
and the papt rs state that
the war i- likely'obe "on"
fur two or thn-v year. It
behoove tlio cartful tuyor
to purthise now Wo had
n immense stock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
wir wms declared, coiikc
qucntiy wo can continue to
sell at the old price - as lon
a our present stock ho'ds
out, and then the W .r will
force prices up. ur last
consignment c-'UMhts of Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
and plain; Mormng Uowns
for Ladies and Ct. nt-4, Mlk
Kimonos, Smoking Jacket-,
Si k Pajama, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shadi s, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., etc.
Hotel St. (Arlhict-m llliH'k),
Mux. J 1', 1'. Cou At o, I'rupilctrcjx.
IT IS KECE$AltY
that milk for babies, in
valids or sick people should
! bo pure; it i just as impor
; taut to have the bent quality
. for well people. The Pur
I veyor of the Queen's Hospi
tal takes a portion of the daily
, supply and pliccs it on ice
until it reaches a temperature
of GO and then tets it for
.adulteration. The Waialai:
i Daiuy, of which Paul Isen-
borg is proprietor, supplies
the milk to tho hospital, aud
Mr. Eekardt pronounces it
absolutely pure. If you have
any fuspicion as to the pia
' lity you now use suppose you
I try the Waialae milk for a
month and note the differ
ence. Mr. Kenberg makes
no butter, consequently you
get the milk on which cream
. will rise in an hour or two.
1 ( )rders by telephone, either
: line, promptly filled.
! Firewood froo from borer
, holes at lowest iice delivered
i to any part of Honolulu.
USINESS 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 are utertiilned to clear them out
Our $2.25 Waist will go for 1.25 and 1.50.
Our 3.50 Waist will go for 2.50.
tM- These are well mau nnd goal fl tlntf! we have at present fall line of sites.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 15cts.
Or 7 foI.U)are going very fit. If yon want any yon in i?t conn soon.
'J lie same with
Our oOcts. Silk, in Stripes and Solid Colors.
We hare just n few lengths left, liar yon seen
Our Ladies' Chemise nt 85'jts?
This Is exceptional valne, trimmed rclth I.lncn l.are and well msite.
520 Fnrt Stn-ei,
- 3 A, QD x"A 3.
Everybody likes it, because
offered to the
of its Merits.
it is a
Public with a full confidence
JUST THINK OF IT
Queon of all
ters; blends perfectly
with liquor of all
kinds, and is a natural
relief for all disor
ders of the stomach,
kidneys and liver.
MACFARLANE ft CO. LTD,
Sole Agents for the
Bpiscop.il Church Seivices!
BF.OINXISO ON' SUNDAY. OCTOIIKU
Mtli, regulnr inornliiK mil i'VunIiij;
tcrrices will Ihmii'iiI hv tho .McHi' iIIhI i.iI.
cutial i liurrli of Honolulu. 111','. II V.
l'l.UK, l'nlor, In thu hull, nt the corin'r of
Kurt nml llolol nlri-cti iTliUtli, formerly
Annexation Cliih lioomx).
A formal orKiinliiitlun of this Chiiri'h
will tnkn I'l.ico on Humliiy, ovnulT I.
All UlirlMtmi" notnlllilittu! w'th tiny other
Kvunp'llcnl cliinch are Invliuil to iiolt" In
this oruanUat'un. lirVMiu
To All Lovers of fioi Bathiogl
wnj. ni KriT is
Hires Root Beer
Ts now a favorite
Yoiinir Perwons to
beverage for Ladies and
whom it irivcs Freshness
and embonpoint. It has solved the nroblem
of medicine by imparting strength and pure
blood, which soon gives u peivon a clear and
Effervescent Too Exhilarating!
Just tho Thing to Build Up the Constitution t
It U Whoksome and
- ..k. aw. ....
. i fc-.
lilood, free from Boils or Carbuncles, General
(Jood Health, results of drinking Hires Koot
Heer the year round.
Sample Glass Free at Benson, Smith & Go.
ALL THIS WEEK ! -&
mr N II FfUl Acomnif dnlin fir
Ltillm nurt tin uu.n. II.'1- in
The Europtan Lunch Rooms
CU0CK H1NO, I'roj.rlctor,
Hotel Btreut, nearly opK)'-lte Ilvthel
First-Cla-s Metis at MoJrra.e Pricts
At nil Hour,
I'jit milage Holiitlted.
Mm. M. M. THIitDd
he elven hy
On FRIDAY EVENING, Oct. 12th,
At t It Theosophical Hall, comer of
Nuiunu and JUiJiih blieeta, in
tue "Foster llo-k."
Door will oimti at 7 o'o'imjU. Lecture 10
comiiiHitro promptly at H o'clock All nro
Subject of the lecture will be
"Tlie Hindoo Biole
NOTICK IS I1KKMIY (HVKN THAT
all claims uKulimt thu 1'ritnrlnn Sa
loon will ho hi't'ltd hy Mr Jhh. V. Mor
uan, and nil oiitHtundlii): umiiinti iImo the
Crll'-non Stlunn and i tie Jobliinn limmn of
U H. Deo up to the utmve huih rn inyahle
to Mr. 1.. H. I)r. All hllU nu-lhsi I,. II.
lieu please prebont Inimtdlutely for ny
men. I.. II. DKK
Honolulu, (ut. a, ih'ti ufi :im
rN AN' I)
J irnli. thu IUwmia.n
i-anv will kivu an
II 57-2 w
ni;h' turvlru for
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goodb ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
HOI.III OAK UEimOOM UKTS,
BOKAB, LOUNOK8, WAUDKOIIKS,
MIUUOUS, MOULDINGS, jtrc, KTC.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
Per lloll of 40 YrdM, $12.11).
And a Fine Quality for $9 por Roll
Chairs for Rent I
Temple of Fashion
esi JFort Street
Clearance Sale for One Week !
Beginning Saturday, October 13th.
Every tiling at a. Saorifioe
Pianos for Rent I
. Gh 8ILVA
blOH LOCAL COLUMN.
Bell 179. TKLEPHONES Mutual 76,
Siiucorit to 0. K. WIlllftniH.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
JOHN T. BK.O-WN,
pettier In lliiwnllmi nnd KorelKU I'ontMKe i
HianipN. I'. 0, llox 411, IKinolnlii, ,
HlKlifkt prli'fk Klvi'ti (or Uiiiiaed and I'kwI
HiiMullan Slaiupii In exrlmiipx lor otht-r
t'oiiiitrli-M Irom lirkt-cln.H npprovnl hrvu.
HlufK lor anltsl U any part ol the Uland
on aiitilUatlon with town n ten-urn.
J I. H U i-n to niuei auy uollvetor ttr
vmUNi:v AT LAW.
It-iii red to u lorohant HtrecU
KCutuul Tlphon aao,
j . .j.