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MONDAY, OGT. 15, 1894
SUKDAT, Oct 14
Btrur C1ndlne from MauI
Btmr Mlkaliala from Knunl
Btmr l'elo from Mnknwcll
Mospat, Oct. 15.
Am bktno S Q Wilder, fcehnildt, t. daya
Btmr Kaala for Wnlauae, Wtilnlna and
MuknlclA at 0 n m
Btmr Walaleale for Lahalna and llonokaa
at 12 m
Bttui Mokolll for Moloknl and Lana!
VnmIi leaving To-morrow.
Atnschr Aloha, Dabol, for Ban Francisco
Btmr Klnau for Maul and Hannll at '1 in
Btmr Clnndlna for Maui
Btmr Mlkaliala for Kauai
From Pan Francisco, per bark Andrew
Welch, Oct 13-A B Lord, A 11 Lord, W F
Young, Grant Hie, Mra J 11 Uibson, Mr
and Mrs M J Green, F XV Macklm-y, Mrs
M Mackluey and A bach.
From Ban Francisco, er bktno 8 G Wil
der, Octl MIbs Kuto Clarke, Mlts J 11
Collins, K I, Collins. Ml is Mitchell, Mr
and Mrs Held, Mr Lonrcli, All Dfini;,
Mrs J FBcoit, Mrltaboui, Mlts ilo4iil.
Thero Is no tnudiduo so oflun
neodud lu ovory homo and so admir
ably adapted to tho purposes for
which it is intoudfd, as Chain bur
ial u's Pain Baltn. Hardly a wcok
passoa but somo mouibur of tho
family has ueod of it. A toothacho
or headacbo may bo cured by it. A
touch of rheumatism or neuralgia is
quieted. Tho severe pain of a burn
or scald promptly rolievcd and the
sore healed in much loss time thau
when medicine had to bo sent for.
A sprain may bo promptly treated
before inflammation sets In, which
insures a cure in about ouo-third of
the time otherwise required. Cuts
and bruises should receive immedi
ate treatment before tho parts be
come swollen, which can only be
done when 1'aiu JJalm is kept at
hand. A sore throat may be cured
before it becomes serious. A trou
bloomo corn may bo removed by ap
plying it twice a day for a week or
two. A lame back may bo cured
and several days of valuable time
saved or a palu in tho side or chest
rolievcd without paying a doctor
bill. Procure a DO cent bottle at
oncoand you will nover rcgrot it.
For sale by all dealers, lioiison,
Smith & Co., Agents for the Hawai
Yob, wo aro going to give a
Round Trip Ticket to tliu
Volcano to the person bung
ing in tho greatest nunihir of
our Salon Cheeks on X cem-
bor 2(Jth. Wo culled on Mr.
Chase, the General Passenger
Agent of tho Volcano House
Company, at bin Tourists'
Headquarters, "Williams' Gal
lery, and have made arrange
ments with him, bo that our
representative can go up with
the Tlios. Cook & Suns' Ex
cursion from tho Count, con
sisting of twonty-flvo people,
leaving hero January 20th, if
you so desire or at any other
time. We are an mix ous that
whoever reproMiitH us on this
trip shull have nil i he pleasure
there h in it, as we uro to have
you know, that by our Quick
cJales and Small Profit Os
tein of doing business you
got the most for your mom y,
that it enables you to buy
among the great vuri ty ot
goods in our brie.
Equipoise Waists, cheap
er than ever, and speaking
about Equipoi-e and Compro
mise "Waists, they combine
three garments in one a
CORSET, a WAIST and a
COK&ET COVER. Jhey
afford tho same bust support
that a regular boned comet
does. Tho bone pockets are
bo arranged tint bones can
be removed or re-inserted at
any time without any ripping
Ladies who And it uncom
fortable to wear tho ordinary
Corset, and still cannot do
'without somo support will
find tho Equipoise Waist the
long-looked-for substitute for
corsets they fit perfectly.
Wo have them in all sizes
They are just the thing to
wear on tho Volcano Tiip.
CS- fcavo all your Sale
Checks. You may be the
B. F. KHLKRS & CO.
rpu 1. ft Art r. mil '.r. u
X eNi a Mcily Hur- Cn
imheif tliltun with TllH-e Mn
tUxims, Kitchen mimI lUth W
X iO ru. b r iMirtluulart emiulru Ht
Sugar trust stock declined
A nicoly furnished cottage, des
cribed elsowhero, is wanted.
Hiros .root boor flows freo at tho
Hollister Drug Co.'s store this week.
If yon want anything in tho line
of Dry Goods, call at
M. S. Lew's.
A letter from Mr. Lovoy. on tho
alleged Opera House - Advertiser
boycott, will npponr to-morrow.
Wo offer this week a very nice
assortment of Gingham, at 12 yards
for $1.00. LS.Levt.
AH tho houoiu)ld furnituro of
Alex. Coukburn will bo sold at auc
tion by Mr. Levey next Thursday.
Mrs. J. F. Scotf, wife of tho Secre
tary of tho Board of Education, ar
rived on tho S. G. Wilder this morn
ing to join hor husband.
Mfos Kate Clarko, daughter of
Captain Clarko of tho steamer Ki
nau, arrived on tho S G. Wilder
to-day from Sail Francisco.
J. F. Morgan will sell at auction
at the resideuco of Mrs. Kenacke,
Fort street, on Thursday morning,
pots of assorted ferns and plants.
Tho Hotel affair has been spoken
of evorywhero, but, still more, what
tho public speaks of is about those
cheap prices at M. S. Levi's.
Moro about that freo volcano trip
in the ladies' column to-day. Also
something interesting about the
corsets sold by 1). F. Killers & Co.
An attractive bill is offered for
this week by tho Dailey dramatic
couipauy. To-morrow evening tho
play will be "Faust and Marguo
rite." E. L. Collins, Miss Mitchell and
Mr. Dnwboru. threo well-known bi
cyclists of the Coast, woro passen
gers on tho barkoutiuo S. G. Wilder
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; $1 and $1.2.") per
L. J. Levey will sell at auction.
Thursday at uoon, tho plant and
secret process of tho Hawaiian
Beverage Company, for making non
alcoholic beverag s.
A Straus jubileo concert will bo
given by tho govornmout band at
Emma Square this evening in honor
of Johauu Strauss, tho composer.
Strauss produced his first composi
tion tins day lllty years ago.
Captain Schmidt, of tho barken-
tino lrnigard, is master oi tho b. U.
Wilder this trip, Captain McNeill
joing on tho Irmgaan
uly temporary, captain Sennit
has the thanks of the Bulletin for
n. B. M S. Hyacinth loft on Sat
urday forenoon for a cruise in tho
vicinity of Bird Island, ami will re
turn ou Friday noxt. Saudford Flem
ing and Mr. Mercer woro passengers
on her in tho interest of the Cana
dian Australian Cable Couipauy.
Suvenly-six arrests were mado by
tho police between Saturday after
noon and thit morning, specified as
follows: drunkenness, H; opium
smoking, ltij liquor selliug, G; per
jury, 1; violating Sunday law, 1; af
fray, 2; common nuisance, 1; violat
ing enrriago regulations, 7; gam
blhijj.lW. Rebecca Levy, a young German
girl, was a stowaway on the S. S.
Monowai ou her last trip from Sau
Francisco tn tho Colonlos, passing
through Honolulu. Tho littlo thing
wanted to meet her parents who
were in Melbourne. At Sydney tho
ofllcers of the steamer mudo up a
purse and the little one joined hor
In this paper will bo found tho
card of 0. B. D night, whoso good
work in coustruciiug sidewalks and
curbing has oftou boon mentioned
iu our iiows colomus. Mr. Dwight
is a practical iuau, who was for a
long time a foreman for tho Road
Uoard, wueu it was doiug some of
its best work. Ilo can be dupunded
on for uoat and durable construc
tion, and, having just bought a largo
stock of Chiueso grauito blocks,
those requiring services iu his line
should hoc him.
Every mother should know that
croup could ho preveuted. The first
symptom of true croup is hoarseness,
lhis is followed by a peculiar
rough cough. If Chamberlain's
Cough Rmuedy is given freely as
soon as the child becomes hoarse or
even after the cough has developed
it will prevent the attack. 25 and
fiOcem bottles for sale lv nil deal
ers. Benson, Smith & Co., Atrents
for the Hawaiian Islands.
A Strong Horse
IS THE HE30LT OF U3INO
A FKKSII SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Juki Arrived per "8. U. Wilder."
(MIX AND SUIt UH.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Corimr tuwn .t Ninumi tiu
I Uoth Tklicimionks 121.
tMinnTTw TTrWmianti rm
H. A. A. O.
The Second Me tine Successful Full
Account of the Sports.
The Honolulu Amateur Athletic
Club, a deserving institution, was
favored with fine weathor for its
second field day Saturday afternoon
on the League grounds, and the
meet may be written down as highly
successful. The attendance was large
aud enthusiastic, notwithstanding
other attractions in town, the sport
was excellent and tho arrangements
perfect. The track was in very
fair ordor. and tho athletes in fino
trim. Tho members of the club
were a littlo lato iu getting on tho
grounds, nevertheless there was no
elay in opening tho program. At
2:80 o'clock tho gong sounded and
Goo. H. de la Vnrgne (lato from tho
Coast), Wm. Armstrong, Geo. H.
Cummings, B. F. Beard more, (II. A.
A. C), and Chris Holt, (Punahou),
lined up for tho quarter-mile race,
A good start was made. Chris Holt
assuming tho lead. The pace was
too much for him, howovor, and he
was beaten on the homestretch by
do la Vergne. It may bo said of
Armstrong, that ho was not in the
best of coudition, being a compar
atively sick man. Tho winner's timo
was 1 minute.
Putliutf tho shot Goo. H. Anetis.
J. U. Wise, Jas. Spencer, (H. A. A.
C), D. Kuplhea, (I'unahou). The
match was won by Wi to with a throw
of Soft, lin., Sponcer second, 31ft.
120 vords hunllo D. F. Thrum.
H. Hapai and Wm. Mehoula, (U. A.
A. O.) Thrum set tho pace and won
tho raco iu 17 sees , Hapai coming in
second. Tho winner beat his last
rocord by half a second.
(Jno milo walk F. Grcenwell, A.
Lloyd, W. Rawlins (P.), W. B. Bols
tor (H. A. A. 0.) This was a walk
over for Lloyd, time 10 min. 17 sec.,
Green well second.
Throwing 1G-Ib. hammer Jas.
Sponcer, J. H. Wise (U. A. A. 0.), D.
Kuplhea (P.) Won by Sponcer, dis
tance 88ft. 4Jln., Wiso second, 88ft.
Ono hundred yards dash 1st heat:
T. Pryce, (rl. A. A. C), J. Hausman,
It. Kinney (St. Louis). Pryco won,
114 sec. Second heat: C.Holt (P.),
L. Gay, W. Slmorson (St. Louis).
Holt won, 11 2-5 two. Third boat:
Cupid, U. Hapai, T. White, W. B.
Bolster (H. A. A. C). C. Sponcer (St.
Louis). Cupid won, 11 2-5 sec. Con
siderable interest was mauifostod in
tho final, Pryco and Cupid being tho
favorites. A good start was made
and within tou yards of tho finish
Pryco mado a brilliant spurt win
ning first prize, timo 11 sec. Chris.
Holt was a close second, Cupid
Pole vault Goo. H. Angus, Chris.
Willis, J. Sponcer, N. Halstead, (U.
A. A. 0.) Won by Willis, 8ft. 10in.,
Angus second, 8ft. 71n., Sponcer
Running high jump Chris. Holt
(P ), L. Singer, Jas. Sponcor (U. A.
A. C.) Holt won, Cft. lin., Spencer
Ono milo raco W. Armstrong, G.
II. Cummings, B. F. Beard tnoro (II.
A.A.O.), W. Lowrio (l) Won by
Lowrio, timo 0 min. 2 sec, Arm
strong a close second.
Running broad jump T. White.
If. Hapai. L. Singer (11. A. A. C.) T.
White 10ft. Oin.. Hapai 10ft. Bin.
220 yards dash-D. P. Thrum, T.
Pryce, Cupid, W. 11. Bolster, H. A.
A. 0. Chris. Holt, P. Won by T.
Pryce, who was on tho oufaido track,
iu 21) sec, Thrum second,
Tho obstacle race was participated
iu by P. Gleasou, Chas. Spencer, W.
Cummins, St. L.: F. Groeuwell, W.
Greonwoll, Wado Aruistroug, W.
Rawlins, 0. Rice, P.; B. F. Board
more, James Speucer, U. Hapai,
Thos. White, John Wright, Geo.
Angus, II. A. A. C. This race created
considerable merriment, the contest
ants having to go through the
rounds of a ladder, ascend an up
right, slido down a ropo over an
other uoriuht. thou uuder canvas
tacked ou the ground, into sacks and
at tho fiufrh through a barrel. J.
Wright reached tho ladder first aud
was tho last to extricate himself.
Speucer aud Whito Jed, followed by
Gleasou. A, tho fiuish White came
first, Gleasou secoud. Thus euded
tho secoud field mooting of tho H.
A. A. C.
Everything passed off seronoly,
not a liitch occurring throughout.
Tho ofllcers of the day were as fol
lows: Judges: J. G Spencer, II. A. A.
C; J. Crowder,Jr.,St. L.j Prof. Frein,
P.; Starter: Charles Craue; Time
keepers: D. W. Corbett, John
Wright, D. Crozier; F. Audrade, of
'"Many of tho citizens of Itainsvlllo,
Iudiaua, nro novor without a bnttlu
of Cbamburlaiu'fl Couch Ittmiedy iu
tho house," sa b Jacob Brown, tho
leadiiiL' uiorcliant of tho place. This
Romouy has provou of bo much valuo
for colds aim croup iu childrou that
low uiothors who kuow its worth
aro willing to bo without it. For
Halo by all dealers, liouson. Smith
St Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands Does nil k!niin of Work in
Gment & btone Sidnwals & Gorblo.
Hi has on hand a lari supply of CM
iitm (irau t Hi' cks ana alwy op Hu
wtt Ian 0 irMrin Hume. K.tliuntH. xlven
mid lot-8i. priest uHaiired lln.'-ll
CiKHTII-'KUTUOK li:i'OSIT, No. IW.1
I for fiiUU(Ji. I-Hiiul t.y tint Klmt Nil
tioiuil Hunk ol Hun I'r.in im'o In furor of
tliu iiiiilfjs'unoil All ltttrrona Mru viiirnod
iiKiliihl iukoiIu III); hnniK, u M imint lint
lict'ii Htoppuil A rMK)r rnwurd will ho
p.ild fur thu reliirn of thu draft i-ortlll-ut.t,
J. V. NOI.AN,
lli;i-;lt JlunnUii llnlcl.
NUTIflB IB IIK11R1IY OlVr.X THAT
all cIhIiiis HKuiiiitt tho Criterion K.l
Iimiii will Iki M-tilid hy Mr Jan. V .Mor
Kim, unci nil oiiintutidliiK lucuimtn d m ihu
I rita-ritui b.ilouu and llm Johhliu Iiiiiiiih uf
1.. II. lieu up to thu uIhivo ilul" rn piynlilo
t.) Mr. !. II. llru. All hllU iillli L M.
Ihu plvnmi prukeut liiimtdlutclv fnrpty
liiini. L. H. DI'.V:
Uuuululu, Oct. 3, 1SUI. UOJ-am
man rnnsr " ' smswrTir
Erysipelas In Face and Eyes
Inflammation Subdued and Tor
tures Ended by Hood's.
"Imuo glad to ba relletcd of mr tortures
that I ara nllllng to tell tho benefits I liaro de
tired from Hood's Bartaparllta. In April and
May, I was afflicted lth erjralpelas In my facs
and eyci, which spread to my throat and l.cck.
I tried dhcrs ointments and nltenitlrci, but
therouns no permanent nbatement of the mini
I ne, torturing piln, peculiar to this complaint.
1 began to tako Hood's Bmaparltla and
Felt Marked Relief
before I had finished the first bottle. I con
tinued to Improve unUl, when I had taken (out
botttet, I was completely cured, and felt that all
lirni, marks mid symptoms of that dire com
pUInt had forever vnnlilied." Jilts. E. K.
Ottawa, llllltboro, Wisconsin.
Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient, yet
easy In action. Bold by all druggists. SSc.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole Agents for thn Itcpahllc ot Hawaii.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
Rare Feroa and Plants!
On FRIDAY, Oct. lflth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
1 will "Ml nt l'uMlo An-Hon. at the Iteri-d-ncc
ot Mrs. KR ACKIv, Fort street, a
larR.) as'irtuientut Feriik and 1 ant, con
Pots Rex A Ordioarj Btgonias,
Tots I'ilni", PoU Ma'dn Hair trni,
P ts Assorted Frros, Etc
A POINTER i
The r.tiny season is com
ing, and if you want to h1k.1
water like tt duck $ ou must
be provided with u Itnin
Coat. I have just received
a new invi ice of Ladicri'
English Maov intoshoH in
fact, I bhall nuiku a leader
of these goods for thu next
few weeks and at hucIi prices
that I expect to see every
lady in Honolulu proper!)
clad for r.iiuy weather.
will not bi- worn iu muddy
weather. The reason is
apparent and doesn't need
will probably take the place
of the white ou s for the
next few iiioiitns, and to
match these 1 have an ele
gant line of Tan Stocking
iu numerous shades.
Oh, yen, Trimmed or Un
trimmed? Untrimmed ! All
right. .Just pick out the
shape. They are all new
and tho very latest. After
you have selected ono that
suits your peculiar style of
beauty J will intronuce you
to our expert milliner, who
will help you hckct the
trimming and 1 guuranteo
to Omh you a hut thut you
won't be ashamed of.
always doing this and th'm
time I think 1 have hit the
nail by laying in a fresh
supply of Ladies' and
Children's Undervesta from
Corset Waists will make
an acceptable increase to
your wardrobe. We have
Nothing looks so pretty
around a lady's wait (ex
cept an arm) as one of our
Uelts. I have both Silk
and Leather with new de
signs of liuoklos. If you
don't believe me come aud
try one on (not tho arm
but thu licit).
J. ,1. ROAN,
5ll Fort street.
An invoice of the
Water just received
direct from the Springs
in Shasta, California.
'Shasta' ' 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.
' 'Shasta' is the
Queen of all table wa
ters; blends perfectly
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 4 CO. LTD,
Sole Agents for the
between China and Japan
will caiiHo pri-es for their
silk fabrics to go higher; no
country can light mid we.tvu
silk at the snmitiimc. The
price bus already advanced
and the pupils stale that
the war i- likely to be "on"
for two or three years. It
behoove tho careful buyer
to pundiiise now We had
an immense stock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
vnr was declared, conse
quently wc can contiini'. to
sell at the old price-, as long
as our present stock hods
out, and then the Wr will
force prices up. ur last
consignment consists of Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
and plain ; Morning Gowns
for Ladies and Gmt, ilk
Kimonos, Smoking Jack
et, Silk Pajamas, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shad s, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., hc.
Hotel St (Arlington lllouk),
J 1. 1. I'omai-o, 1'roprloiruaa.
IT IS NE' ESSAKY
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
veyor of the Queen's Hospi
tal takes a portion of the daily
supply and places it on ie
until it reaches a temperature
of GO and then tests it for
adulteration. The Waiai.ak
Daikv, of which Paul Isen
berg is proprietor, supplies
the milk to the hocpiial, ami
Mr. Eckardt pronounces it
absolutely pure. If ym have
any Hispicinii us to the qua
lity you now use suppose you
try the Wuialae milk for a
month aud note the differ
ence. Mr. Uunberg makes
no butter, consequently you
get the milk ou which cream
will rise in an hour or two.
Orders by telephone, either
line, promptly filled.
Firewood free from borer
holes at lowest mice delivered
to any part of Honolulu,
TDUSINESS Like Life
Is What You Make It!
We ore 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 I
Wo are determined to clear thorn out.
Our 2.25 Wuwt will go for $1.25 and $1.50.
Our $3.50 Waist will go for $2.50.
JSs. These arc well mad and good fitting; wo have at present tall lino of sites.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 16cts.
Or 7 fo H.'JO are going Tory list. II yon want any yoa nvist com soon.
The same with
Our 50ets. Silk, in Stripes and Solid Colors.
We hare just a lew longtlis left. Haw yon seen
Our Ladies' Chemise at 36ets?
This Is exceptional value, trimmed with l.tnen Iice and well made.
3J. &. SACHS,
620 Fort Sfcrpel, : : Honolulu.
Kverybody likes it, because it is n Thirst
Quenching, Health-Giving Drink and 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
how a favorite beveraire for Ladies and
Persons to whom it mves Freshness
Of medicine by imparting strength and pure
blood, which soon gives a person a clear and
Effervescent Too! Exhilax'ating !
Just thu Thing to Build Up the Constilution
It in Whohsoino ami Strengthening. Pure
Mood, free from Boils or Carbuncles, General
Good Health, results
Beer the year round.
Sample Glass Free at Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
E" ALL THIS WEEK ! -s
Temple of Fashion
Bl TCorrt Street
Clearance Sale for One Week !
Beginning Saturday, October 13th.
B-verytliixig at a Sacrifice
KS SEE LOCAL COLUMN.
M. O. BrLiVA., - - . Proprietor.
Episcopal Church Seivices !
BE01NN1N0 ON SUNDAY. OCTOlllUt
llth, i-CKiilnr mornliii: nml hvoiiIhi;
service OllhuheMliy thu MHlimllM UpN.
VI'.Wl .' I.,"r,,l' of Honolulu. J!K II W.
II, OK. I'iKtor. In thn hull. i tin. nimu. ,,r
Fort nml llol.'l ntroeU rriilxtle, formerly
AliiiPxiillon Club ItooniH). !
A foriiml orKiuiliiitiou of this Church
will t.iko iliu-i mi Hiitiili.y, Nori'iiilwr I, I
Ali OhriHtiuiiH nut iilllllimvl with hiiv ikIi.t
l.vnii;i.li':ili'liiii'harolnvlu. to iiniio In
mil. orunninui on, 1 '.r7-l m
To All Lovers of fea Bathing I
- Will. Ilk KKIT IN -
, " N. II Hiuolnl Ao'ouiiiiuiUI(ih (or
uiuiti anu uuuaicu,
bus solved the problem
drinking Hires Uoot
Bryant & Aloha
The nnrt.niM hTft retlrw.l a .ttgi
ml VnriM Aktortiuriit ot
tO , E3to, TUlo,
foMIKIHIMI TIIK MTICHT lKIN IN
Dress Goodi, Etc.
AWO rni. I INK or
Domustics, Cottouadei, Etc,
To whliilt li H-otlin ! Inrltetl.
H. HACRFELD & CO.
I Iktly Uulktln 6Q ctnti ftr month,