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SATURDAY, OOT. 13, 1894.
Under date of August 80, British
Consul Brenaa at Canton informs
tho Colouial Socrotary at Hongkong
that the plague ceased to be epi
demic at Canton by the end of July.
There had been a few sporadic cases
since, but at date of the note thero
had not been a single case at any of
the plague hospitals.
British opinion in Japan and
China is fierce over the new treaty
which surrenders the privilege, of
consular courts for British sutijocts.
Tho Shanghai CMostinl Empire re
fers to Lord Kiinberley's action in
signing the treaty thus: ''The worst
and feeblest Minister who for two
hundred jean has, for a short four
months, ruled iu tho Foreign Office,
has concluded a convention, which,
if signed under tho guns of an
enemy's fleet in tho Noro, would
have handed down his name as a by
word to posterity." The auie paper
aays "the treaty, hastily and secretly
concluded, marks a distinct retro
gression iu tho position of Great
Brilaiu as a leading power, and
must for ever compol hor to tako a
second placo in the councils of na
tions." The treaty doos not como
into effect fat five years from signa
ture Its stipulations are applicable
to all British colonies excepting In
dia, Canada, Newfoundland, tho
Capo, Natal, Now South Wales, Vic
toria, Queensland, Tasmania, South
Australia, Western Australia, and
Corea is a good country to bo out
of just now, as tho following item
Among thoso of British national
ity who are at present iu Corea (says
the Scotsuiauj perhaps the beat
known in this country is Mrs. Isa
bella Bishop (Miss Bird), the lady
traveller, wno left Euginnd some
mouths ago iu pursuance of a long
chorituod design to exploro the
Hermit Kingdom. Mrs. Bishop is
travelling alone, and from letters
which she has written it appears
that she is lindiug her stay among
the Cureans anything but pleasant.
Mrs. Bishop ascenUed one of the
principal nvera iu a native sanipau,
liat-boitomed and drawing whu
fully loaded only 4 iu. of water, and
on this primitive home she lived for
mouth. She found the interpreter
ditliculty almost insurmountable,
and another great ditliculty was the
transport ot HUtllcieut currem-y to
enable her to pay her way. Over
throo thousaud "cash" go to the
two-shiiliug piece, and about fifty
shillings wortu was a full load fur a
pony. As to the Coreaus themselver,
they are, Mrs. Bishop reportr, the
most unattractive savage she has
over encouutured, aud their rudouota
and cuiiosity surpasred nuythiug she
has formerly experienced. They aio
entirely untrustworthy aud lacking
Do you really mean it? Is
it a l'uct that you arc going to
give a ticket to the Volcano?
Doesn't it mako uny differ
ence how much I purchase?
These are undoubtedly the
leading questions of the day.
You would think so if you
knew how many times we
have answered them iu the
last week hut we never tire
of answering any and all
questions, our only regret is
that we are unable to give one
grand excursion and take all
our customers to the Volcano ;
there is a way through that,
everyone can get there
through their dealings with
us. Quick .Sales aud Small
Profits mean simply thin.
Economy to you and if you
will save tho difference be
tween our prices and fancy
prices it won't bo long before
you will realize that judicious
buying will pay for pleasure
tiips. Keep Every Puh
chase Check you pet be
tween now and Christmas,
and if you want to you can
give them to some worthy
It looks as though the rainy
season has set in aud we are
going to mako a run on rainy
Umhkellas & Pahasols,
comohteiis and ulankets,
from $1 up.
Flannels & Flannel
ettes, Shawls & Woolen
Goods. 'J ho goods are all
new and just what you need.
Kg Do you want to go
to the Volcano? If you do,
you huvo just as good a
chance us any one else.
B, P. EIILERS & CO.
OIK0UIT COURT TERM.
Calendar of Cases Disposed of at
The following is the calendar ot
cases disposed of at tho Circuit
Court torm recently held in Kohala
district. A goodly number of other
cae had not been touched when
the Kinau Mt for Honolulu:
Ken l'aakai (k.) and Wailuu Kka
ulu (w.), adiiltnry. Appeal from Dis
trict Court. Kan. Kekaula fined.
Sam Haina (k.) and Lono txrX
adultery. Appeal from District
Court, North Kohala. Verdht
guilty, Hue f.0 and costs. W. C.
Ac lil for defendant.
Kaihe, perjury. Committed from
District Court, North Kona. Cno
abated on account of defendant's
death. W. C. Aelii for defendant.
Puhlpau (k.), assault with a deadly
weapon. Committed from District
Court, South Kona. Nolle pros,
enterod. W. C. Achi for dofcndant.
Before a foreign jury tho follow
ing cases were disposed of:
Mrs. Kia Simoua and Simona (k.)
vs. Lui Vasconcolle (Port.), assumo-
n't. Appeal from District Court,
North Kona. Discontinued. W. C.
Achi for plaintiff.
Mrs. E U. Ureenwell & Co. vs. W.
C. Achi. M. Oouveia, J. K. Nahale
ct nl., ejectment. Appeal from Dis
trict Court, North Kona. Settled
out of Court. C. W. Ashfotd for
Kaimihale Keliikipi vs. J. W.
Ackermauu, Akaua (Ch ) and W. E.
Scott, ejectment. Settled out of
court, w. fj. Achi for plaintiffs
K. Wilder for defendant.
Jury waived cases: Mock Sing
(Cb.) vs. Lono, deserting husband.
Appeal from District Court, North
Kohala. Discontinued. Holstein
Yamatnoto, larcony 3d degree
Continued from April torm, prisonor
Keaniani (k.), violating Chap. GO,
Sco. 1, Laws of 1892. in tho matter
of lepers. Appeal from District
Court, North Kona. Pleaded guilty.
W. C. Achi for defendant.
Palakiko (k.) and Kaalhuo (k.),
same as previous case. Nol. pros'd.
John Olohana (k.), larceny of an
animal. Appeal from District Court,
North Kona. Nol. pros. W. C.
Achi for defendant.
Iinamoto (Jap.), selling liquor
without license. Appeal from Dis
trict Court, Kau. Nol. pros. P.
Neumann for defendant.
Hauitii, Nagata, Kawasaki, Hoy
ashi, selling liquor without license.
Nol pros. P. Neumann for defend
ants. lushimoto Tsnzo (Jap.), murder
1st degree Committed from Dis
trict Court, South Kona. Plead
f;ollty. Sentenced to twenty years
mnnsoument. P. Neumaun for
At Williams' Studio are to bo seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the set or
DDKISO MV A1WENKK FROM HO
nom u Mr. V. L. t'ein'.oa iUnt
ur tii-, hfliiK vett'd vr-th fad p.wer ,f
"O'l.fyih p It. I. MOUIt.
iluno.uiu, 0 't. 11, J4. 1101-31
CEUTIFJOATKOr Pr.POSIT, No. W73
for lUOOlW. l-su.d by tbu first Na
tional Hank ot Pun FrmH'co Iu fuvur of
tlm unilfJs'gnoil All vroni mio warned
OKitilitt iicko la Inn ioiiih, a jia inont Iius
Ikcii tOiM A jiroi-er rrunrd will bo
rum lurwiu return oi ine nnm cerruioatv.
J. K. MILAN,
1101-31 Hawaiian Hotel.
623 Fort Strut, Hoaclolu.
HawaiiiiD Harflware Co., L'fl
Tuesday, Oct. 9, 1894.
The attention of the road
department has been called,
one way or another, to the
"leaning tree of Waikiki."
To persons who ride or drive
to the beach once or twice a
day this leaning tree is a con
stant menace and it occurs to
"old subscriber" as though the
time has arrived when some
thing should be done before
the tree falls into the road and
does some damage. It is hardly
of sufficient value for the owner
to make, any objections to its
removal particularly as it can
be done at little or no expense.
The tree njay hang in its pre
sent position for a long while
and not do any damage but if
it should fall when horses were
in the neighborhood it is quite
probable there would be a run
away. We've had another invoice
of Porcelain-lined Bath
Tubs suitable for persons who
do not wish expensive articles.
Our stock is now complete in
this line and we can fill orders
for plain or ornamental tubs in
all sizes. We have also a com
plete assortment of Wash
stands, either enamel or Ita
lian marbh tops.
It is rather amusing, the in
quiries that are made here re
garding the Steel Aermotor.
Some people imagine that, like
other windmills, wind is re
quired to run them. This is a
mistake. 'All you have to do
is to set the mill going and
the law of gravitation or good
common sense on the part of
the wheel sets it in motion and
keeps it going. We have never
heard of a wheel that will turn
as easy or that will develop the
power shown in an Aermo
tor. This fact makes the
geared mill doubly valuable to
the plantation man, because
besides pumping water it will
saw wood, run a grindstone
and a half dozen other articles,
with one attachment now be
ing evolved in the brain of an
inventor it will be able to run
a newspaper or a government.
There are other windmills man
ufactured, but they are not
geared mills and consequently
will not do half the work of
an Aermotor. We have all
sizes of wheels and pumps in
stock and can give you water
quicker than you can say Jack
The Pansy Stove has given
better satisfaction than any
iron stove ever introduced in
this country. Our sales in
them have increased largely in
the past six months and indi
cations point to a still greater
demand for what the people
recognize as the best stove on
The rain is causing mud;
mud is next to dirt, cleanliness
is next to an Improved Stone
Filter, and we sell the Filters.
In our business office is a filter
exactly like the kind we sell
except that it is made of glass
so that the entire operation of
filtering is open to the gaze of
the public. The water as it
comes from the tap is of seal
brown color and contains more
liver fluke to the cubic inch
than you can imagine. When
it passes through the filtering
stone it is as clear as crystal and
entirely free from impurities.
The cost of one of these filters
is slight compared with the
benefits derived. If you have
any regard for your family get
an Improved Stone Filter.
HawiiltiBtrtwiri Co., I'd
Opposite BprtokrU Illock.
307 FORT STREET.
Lnnlr uuflK Lnnlr
Out flg Out
For New Stock of Furniture
Dally expected on the "Wilder" and the "Andrew Wrlch"
!& Then Yon See With Yonr Own Eyes a
h:o;p:p s Co.,
No. 74 King Btreet.
Prorn large and varied stock tho undersigned would draw
particular attention to tho following :
FEED STUFFS I
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Cora.
In addition to our
carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders !
Mo. 1. Always la toc at 1owm mar
ti, Si, 10 nor bale.
Liverpool Coro, 1121b. Dun
Knullih Dairy, 601b. bofs.
HAM, BACON, CHEESE.
J. T. MORTON'S ENGLISH QBOOEBISa
orossb ds blaokwell's English Cbookbibs.
ubbt, McNeil 6c libdt's Canned meats.
Richardson 6c Bobbin's Canned meat
Pie, Table and nriwi
V,i and Ulh. hoin.
A large Tartetj
'mw Snuplies. Hardware. Dry Goods,
Crockery, Farnltnre. Sic, Etc.,
tl.WAVB ON HAND AT MODE BATE PUICES.
Theo. H. Davies fc Co., L'd.
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods ! Latest Designs 1 Largest Stock !
SOLID OAK BEDHOOM BKTS,
SOFAS, LOUNOK8, WAKDBOBK8,
MIKBOBS, MOULDINGS, ETC., ETO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamleas Matting
Per Boll of 40 Yards, 112.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
Pianos for Rent I Chain for Rent I
Bell 179. TELEPHOHRS Mntnal 76,
(Succeiiore to O. K. Wllllami.)
609 AND 611 KINO- STREET.
usual stock of these we are now
Barrels end Ball Barrel
I Grfen Kona.
I roUWs In tine end paper.
A cboloe rarlety of leetlnx brand.
Eta, Eta, Eta, Eta
& "Star" Kerosene
A Pack Mule
With a sore back and a load of
stoves is not a bit more miserable
than some Honolulu horse that
has to draw a heavily loaded
wagon with bent Axles. We set
Axles at San Francisco Pr.ces.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No. 70 Quean Street.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oornr iVort 4h Hotel Ste
From Riceit Dlreot laftrtatlois
The Only Porfoot Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. 3L.A.R.GUD ASSORTMINT.
Motml Telephone E
FI3STB3ST IJST FIL-A."V"OFl
Of any imported. Just received by
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