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TUESDAY, OOT. 16, 1894
TtJMDAY, Oct. 10.
H D M 8 Hya-inth May. from a om'se
Bclir Heela from Kglnooknlllo Point
Tcr.8iAr, Oct. 10.
Am vehr Aloha. Dnbel, for 8nn Finnclsco
Am bk Onk'aml. VcU orr, fr 8-attle
Bttur Klnnit (or Mnul and Hawaii at 2 p m
Btmr OIihuIIiiq (or Maul
Btmr Mlknlnln for Kami .
Cargo from Island Porta.
Btmr Clau'line 01 bags bones, 91 bags
corn, 100 bag tan). '.W bigs potatoes,
3t k des, 1 In r o, 01 kKi sundries.
From Maul, nr itmr Clamllre Oct.M
W O Ashley, F O Hn.lth, K M OJ-nlrntn, F
8 Dunn, J O Oartr, DrTAIUn. O Scrim
Ceour, A Hocklm H 11 l'leme-. Iu
'hong, Y Koto, J K Hnnitoa, and 41 deck.
For Mini and II awall, pr stmr Klnan,
Oat lO-Volenno: Chns I)nvbnn, A Hau'i.
WnyportM Mr lilclmr.l, M lto. K Hlra
oka, W W U-umr, A Co-'kburn, Olios I,
Tarter, (I LUtau, Geo 0 Ilecklir, Muster
Inukca, J M Horner, lf nnl 2 children,
MIm llrynn, Mm A Wt, Mrs Itelnlurt,
Mrs A O Cartli, J .V Victor int -10 dcrk
LOCAL AND OXH-B-X WKWB.
The classic "Faust" tonight.
H. B. M. S. Hyacinth returned to
port this morning.
Thoy will raise the devil to-night
at tho Opera House.
Students who have read Qoethe's
works will eujoy "Faust."
If you want anything in tho line
of Dry Goods, call at
M. S. Levy's.
Light is thrown on tho fuel and
Mrs. Thirds' theosophical
will be neld tbls evening.
C. B. Ripley has succeeded O. T.
Gulick as Commissioner of Patents.
The Hawaiian National band will
givo a concort at the Hawaiian Hotel
J. A. Victor has taken his phono
graph to Hilo, Hawaii. He left on
the Kinau this afternoon.
J. W. Chapman will assume tho
tho milk questions under the head "" " '," a
of "Wood'' elsowhero. Hoto1 to-morrow morning.
The YounwaW Inatltute JK ..Twm UhliS"
.! .., i.i. v t n a i. i i ., zpn Company will be hem this even
m num. in mu x. Hi. v. nt uau at i ,.. .. .1 ..l ....I l...
lug at iuo usuat piauu auu uuuii
7:30 o'clock to-morrow evening.
We offer this week a very nico
assortment of Ginghams, at 12 yards
for 51.00. :uS. LEvr.
Tho S. G. Wilder brought ono '
horso and a deck load of grain be
sides its usual cargo in tuo noiu. r.r
What the convention has to do
with carriago wrecks is shown by (
tho Hawaiian Carriago M't'g. Co.
It. P. Bithot
Chas. Dawborn and A. Sachs, two
visiting tourists, left on the steamer
Kinau this afternoon for the Vol
cano. Marcus R. Colburn is able to bo
out again, alter a long and severe
uess. His many friends will
grateful to learn of his recovery.
left to-day for Seattle In btilaat.
The tohoour Aloba left for Ban Fran
cltcti tbls iiiornliif ih a full cargo of
ugar. At '1 o'clock litis Mtcr.iojii lior
outward maultoit wui not ava lable at the
Custom II onto.
NAONB-Alth Maternity Home. October
U iJ4,to the wlfo of A 11 Nnotie, a
The Hawaiian bark
arrived at San Francisco on Sept. 80,
twvniyseven days from Honolulu.
Soe, under picture of the National '
Catio Shredder, tho report of Mr.
Scott oti iU work in the Hilo Sugar
Wo shall have morn calcium, elec-1
trie and Ore work effect lo-uight iu
"Faust" than hai ever beeu shown
iu this city.
Tho Hotel affair has boon spoken
of everywhere, but, still more, what
tho public speaks of is about those
cheap prices at M. S. Lot's.
Miss Mae Dimond, daughter of
Gen. Dimond, was married to Joseph
Tomu at ban Frauoitco bopt. ?J by
There will be a meeting of tho
ofllcers and trustees of the Loilaui
B.iat Club at tho Hawaiian Hotel at
7:30 o'clock to-morrow eveuiug.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
Supremo Court Decisions Galla
gher's Sentence Stands.
Tho Supreme Court has rondored
a batch of decisions as follows:
Ah Cliong and four others com
prising firm of Qttong Fong & Co.
vs. Mole Kaluahiuo aud the Paia
Plantation. This is a bill in equity
to reitoom a mortgage, coming up
on appeal from tho Circuit Judge
of the Second Circuit, who hold that
tho transaction was a conditional
sale, instead of a mortgage, aud that
tho right to redeem was barred by
lapso of timo. Chiof Justice Judu
writes the unanimous opinion of tho
Court, sustaining tho decision of tho
Circuit Judge against tho plaintiffs.
O. W. Ashford for plalntlfTtj J. A.
jlagoon for deroudnuts.
Saku Tokujl appealed from the
Second Circuit against a refusal of
a new trial to him when convicted
of maliciously burning a field of
cane. Justice Frear is author of a
unanimous opinion against, tho ap
AT. It, Cheuvront
15 Years With Salt Rheum
Mood's Sarsaparllla Cava a Perfect
" C. I. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mass. I
' Itood't Sarsaparllla Is an excellent medicine,
I had cetema In my left let for fifteen year.
Part of the time my leg tns one mass of senbs,
and about every week corruption would gather
under tlio ikln and the scabs would slough oO.
The Itching and Burning
ensaUon mado me suffer Indescribable agonttt,
I tpenta great deal of money for different rem
edies but did not get relief. About a. year ago,
leading phjslclans adtlsed me to take Hood's
barsaparllU. 1 did so and bate taken five hot-
tics. Now all the tores, scabs and pain hare
vanished and I am enjoying perfect health. I
think Hood's Sarsanarllta Is second to none and
gladly recommend It to all surirrlng humanity."
M. L. Ciir.uvitoNT, l-eonard, Missouri
"Hood's Pills net easily, jet promptly aud
efflclcntly.on tho Urer and bowels. 2Jc.
Hobron Drug Co., Id.,
Bole Agents for the llepnbllo of Hawaii.
Tills Evening !
I, J. LF.VEY,
W. It. DAILEY,
By Jas. V. Morgan.
aud Nuuauu streets, lodging by day, ' peal. Doputy Attorney-Gonoral
weok or mouth. Terms: 2.1 and 60 ' Houorlson lor tho
cents per night; $1
aud $1.25 per
Yes, wc nro going to give n
"Round Trip Ticket to tho
Volcano to the person bring
ing in tho greatest number of
our Sak'H CheckH on I), com
ber 20th. Wo called on Mr.
Cho8e, the General Passenger
Agent of tho Volcano Houhc
Company, at hia Tourista'
HeauquarterH, Williamrj' Gal
lery, and have made arrange
ments with him, so that our
reprcHentativo can go up with
tho Thos. Cook & Suns' Ex
cursion from tho Coast, con
sisting of twenty-flvo people,
leaving hero January 29th, if
you so desire or at any other
time. We are as mix ous that
whoever rcproM.'iiiH us on th'n
trip shall have all i he pleasure
there U in it, uh we are to have
you know, that by our Quick
dales and Small Profit hys
tcm of doing bubiness you
get tho most for your mom y,
that it enalilt's vnu to buy
among the great vurity oi
goods in our line.
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
COKaET COVER. 'J hey
afford tho same biir-t support
that a regular boned cornet
does. Tho bone pockets are
so arranged tlut bones can
bo removed or re-inserted at
any timo without any lipping
Ladies who find it uncom
fortable to wear tho ordinary
Corset, aud still cannot do
without some support will
find tho Equipoise Waist the
long-looked-fur substitute for
corsets they fit perfectly.
Wo have them in all sizes
They are just the thing to
wear on tho Volcano Trip.
K5 bave all your Sale
Checks. You may be tho
B. F. RHLKTIS & CO.
Thorn was $1073 cash bail iu the
Police Station clerk's hantls Monday
uioruiug, the largest auiouut in a
number of years (or auy Monday
Jas. F. Morgan will on Thursday
at IU o'clock sell at his auction rooms
n large lot of goods under fore
closure of a chattel mortgage made
by Chas. Girdler to Mr. Morgan.
Lau Chong is under arrest for
forgiug tho name of Young Tal,
aueiit of tho K won ir Mow Wai Co. as
surety, iu securing tho passport of a
fellow-couutrjmau from Minister
Four Chinese wero sentenced to
one mouth's imprisonment each in
the District Court yesterday, aud
one to-day, for smoking opium.
Three turned state's uvitleuco and
Miss Heluu Dicksou was givon a
fnrewell damo at the residence of
Mrs. S. G. Wilder, IMcbank. jester
day evening. The Quintet Club fur
nished music for tho eveuing, aud
there was n plcaiaut time.
Elder M. Noall of tho Mormon
Church has been summoned to ap
pear iu the District Court for open
ing a litter mid reused to a lady. It
is said he opuued it iu the belief that
it pertaiucu to church matters.
A Strong Horse
IS THE BKSOLT OF USINO
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Jiut Arrived per "b. O. Wilder."
OALL AND 8KB US.
Ooruer tjiiwti A Nuiuuii Sti
Both Tkuumiones 121.
G, It. Harrlsou, practical piano
aud organ maker and tuuer, eau f ur
uish best factory references. Orders
loft at Hawaiiau News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranltv to lie the same as donn
A Cbiuamau named Aoua, who has
only been out of jail for three
mouths, after serving two years for
houso-breaking, was arrested again
at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, for
stealing S3.G0 from auousuiubabited
by a number of aged Chinese on
Another novelty has been intro
duced by the Hawaiian Hardware
Compauy, which will sell on sight if
tint ou t he eloquent description given
elsewhere. Something not a novel
ty, except to those who have yet to
test its merits, is offered iu sewing
machiues by tho rauiu firm.
Tho balanco of Dailey'a repertoire
comprises a very large uuuiber of
very stroug plays aud embraces
such successes an "Alabama," "Held
by the Enemy," "Henrietta," "Hazel
Kirkc''Saints mid Sinner," "Yoiiug
Mrs. Winthrop," "Wages of Siu,,J
''Capric'" and others. No wonder
the local inturobt is mcreasiug in
The Chinese corporation that has
leased thu fishing rights in tho har
bor still continues to havo trouble
with natives. About four natives
were fishing for crabs near the coal
depot on the Ewaside of the harbor
on Friday last, wheu the Chinese
hanueued alone. During a heated
altercation which ensued one of the
Chiuere was struck on thu head with
a stono by Keakuauui. Tho latter
was arrested, tried iu the District
Court aud found guilty of assault
Hud battery. Ho was fiuod $25.
V. Ashford and Kinuoy for defend
ant. Chief Justico Judd writes tho
unanimous opinion of tho Court iu
Ana Kapuakela vs. Isaac D. Iai-a aud
Cecil Drowu, trustee. Plaintiff ap
pealed from tho First Circuit for
dismissing a bill iu equity to cancel
a deed on tho ground of fraud. Tho
Circuit Judge is upheld. Carter &
Carlor for plaintiffs; Achi for de
fendants. Justico Bickorton is writor of tho
unanimous opinion of thu Court ou
tho appeal of Ben Gallagher against
conviction of maim. Exceptions are
overruled, it being held that a charge
of maim is sustained by proof that a
portion of thu rim of tho ear was
bitten off. (Defendant's sentence
was six months in jail aud a fiuo of
&.) Kinney aud Robertson for pro
secution; C. Drown for defendant.
In tho appeal oi W. ti. (Jummings
against a jury's award of $500 dam
ages (where &000 had been claimed)
for assault aud battery ou Mrs. J. K.
laukea, Justico Frear writes an
opinion sustaining thu verdict, on
the ground that it was uot contrary
to tho evidence Kaulukou and
Johnsou for plaintiff (Mrs. I. aud
husband); Achi for defeudant.
S. M. Damon has beou appointed
temporary administrator of tho es
tate of thu late Kato L. Youmaus
uudur a &0,000 bond. Among the
evidence was a copy of Harper's
U.izar of Sept. ID, 18'Jl, containing
a notice of tho death of Mrs. You-mans.
AUCTION SALE OF
Rare Feras and Plants!
On FRIDAY, Oct. 19th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
I will oil nt 1'iiMIc Ati'tlnn. at the lttl
(Mice of Mr. KKACKK, KnrtMtrret, r
lnrK0!i'irtii.eutjl lVrn nnd 1 ant, con
Pots. Rex & Ordinary Btgonlas,
l'uli t'almi, 1'oU Mldn Ilalr l.rn,
Pts Assorted Ferns, Etc
DAILEK'S STOCK COMPANY,
Tuesday, Oct. 16th:
"FAUST AND MARGUERITE,"
Thursday, Oct. 18th:
"THE BLACK FLAG."
Saturday, Oct 20th:
Tlu Off at Kngl'ith oniedy
Another Great Laugh ProToke I
POPULAR PR,IOQS I
Box Plan open nt the ofllce of I. J.
PUSINESS Like Life
Is What You Make It!
We are making it decidedly lively, by keeping
everlastingly nt it, evolving the bargains that
make business. "We have just made a . . .
Sweeping Reduction in Ladies' Waists!
We are determined to clear them oat.
Our 2.25 Wuit will go for $1.25 and 1.50.
Our 3.50 Waist will go for $2.50.
CiW These arc well made and good fitting; we have at present full line of sites.
Our Ladies Ribbed Vests for 16cts.
Or 7 fo' $1.00 are going very fust. If yon want any yon m lit came soon.
The Mine with
Our 50cts. Silk, in Stripes and Solid Colors.
We haye Just a few lengths left. Har yon seen
Our Ladies' Chemise at SSuts?
This Is esceptlonal v.itne, trimmed ntth Linen Lace and well made.
An invoice of the
Celebrated ' 'Shasta' '
Water juat received
direct from the Springs
in Shasta, California.
Shasta" is the
finest mineral water
in tho world. It is
used in every leading
hotel and on all tho
railway dining cars in
the United States.
520 Fort Street,
C-2 JrdL S,
A POINTER !
Queen of all
Kvcrybody likes it, because
offered to the Public with
of ita Merits.
it is a Thirst-
JVmk and is
a full confidence
JUST THINK OF IT
Delicious Summer Beverage
FOR 25 CENTS!
AN Ol'BN MEETINO WILL II B IIKLD
atttie ri-eo-oplilcal nail THHiTueD.
day) hVKNlMl, October III at 8 o'clock
r. M. Thu imbllo are cordially Invited.
Any nnvsiluns itertalnlng to 'ihiMwipliy
will Ih annwund by tut iA-olurer, Mm M.
There is probably less coal used
hero iu private fauiiliun tbau in auy
city to which that article is export
ed. The reason is plain wood is
cheaper aud of bettor quality. Na
ture provides Hawaii nei with the
wonderful and rapid growing algo
roba and it supplies thu fuel for the
puoplo. Anyone who has ovor visit
ed the neighborhood of Waialae has
boon attracted by the forests of trees
of this description. People who
have gone there to inspect Mr. Ibou-b-rg'a
ranch have marveled at the
caro and attention given thu cuttiug
of trees for thu market. As tho sup
ply cuts some of the ice iu regulat
ing thu price of a commodity so the
thousands of trees on Waialao Ranch
aot as a factor in putting down tho
price of wood. Mr. Iseuberg sells
wood cheaper than anybody else aud
delivers it free in any part of Hono
lulu. King up either telephone aud
got a cord.
If you'vo had any troublo with
your milk try somo from tho Wai
alae stock for a month.
DELICATE! DELICIOUS! DAINTY!
Thi-se are N-w Poek Larue, I'M, Kxim KuleiHiM. One trial will pruvu their merlin.
N. U, Tbo Cans of this brand contain a greater quantity than thosa of
ltU U Stxs)03, Coast -r
The r.iiny season is com
ing, and if you wuntto slu d
water like u duck ou must
be provided with a Kain
Coat. I havo just received
a new invoice of Lin lies'
English Maci- intoshes in
fact, J shall make a loader
of these goods for the next
few weeks and at such prices
that I expect to see every
lady in Honolulu properly
clad for rainy weather.
will not be worn iu muddy
weather. The reason is
apparent and doesn't need
will probably take the place
of the white om s for the
next few montns, aud to
mutch these I have an ele
gant lino of Tun Stockings
in numerous shades.
Oh, yes, Trimmed or Un
t rimmed V Untrimmed ! All
riht. Just pick out the
shape. They are all new
and the very latest. After
you uuve selected one mat
suits your peculiar style of
beauty I will introduce you
to our expert milliner, who
will help you hokct the
trimming and I guarantee
to fuiifh you u hut that you
won't be ushamed of.
always doing this and this
time I think I have hit tho
nuil by laying in a fresh
stiDulv of Ladies' and
Children's Undervests from
Corset Waists will make
an acceptable increase to
your wardrobe. We have
Nothing looks so pretty
around a lady's wai it (ex
cept an arm) as one of our
Belts. I have both Silk
and Leather with new de
signs of Huck't's. If you
don't belii'vo me come and
try one on (not the arm
but thu Hell).
.1. .1. K(iAN,
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 CO. LTD,
Sole Agents for the
Hires Root Beer
Ts now a favorite beverage for Ladies and
Young Persons to whom it gives Freshness
and embonpoint. It. has solved the problem
of medicine by imparting strength and pure
blood, which soon gives a petvon a clear and
Effervescent Too! Exhilarating.'
Jast thu Thing to Build Up the Constl'utioni
It in Wholesome and
Blood, free from Boils or Carbuncles, General
(Jood Health, results of drinking Hires Root
Ueer the year round.
Sample Glass Free at Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
ii ALL THIS WEEK ! sj
between China and Japan
will eauso prices for their
silk fdbriestogo higher; no
country can fight and weave
si'k at the siine lime. Tho
price has alreudy advanced
and the papi rs state that
tho war is likely io bo "on"
for two or three years. It
behoove the careful bU)cr
to purchase now AVo had
an immense stock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
war wub declared, conse
quently we can contiiiii" to
sell at the old price as lon
as our present stock ho'ds
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 G nt, ."ilk
Kimonos, Smoking .Juc.k
ft", Si'k Pajamas, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shadi s, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., etc.
llniulHt (Arlington Ilhx'k),
Mi. J P. P. I'oi.i.MO, 1'roju li-trort.
Temple of Fashion
SI -Cort Street
rpo LKASK KOH OXK
X jihi Nluriy l'iir
iiilinf Oitt'tiH YMtn Tlinu
lliHinii. Kitrliell nixl lUtll
riOm. hVr iarliciilr rniiiini hi
UU-Vt . W RUir UlUK-T.
Clearance Sale for One Week !
Beginning Saturday, Qctobar 13th.
E3verythiig at a Sacrifice
ce M3E LOCAL CULUMN. -3l
JC. G. SILVA, - - - Proprietor.
Bryant & Aloha
The nrnlxtfli-nni Iwve rp"ilvn.l Lir
ai..l Vneil Ammuit-lit ul
BJto , Hlto , TOto ,
roMI'UmiMl TIIK I.TKT IIMIIIM. IN
Dress Goods, Etc.
Ui A M'l.L 1.1 Mt or
Dome&tics, Cottoaades, Etc.,
To which li miction It InTlietl.
H. HACKPELD & CO.
O. B 3D-WIC3UT
Does I'll k Irion ol Work In
C-mem & -.tone S'drwaiks & CuiblDg.
llr Ihhoii linnil n lHrK bnjjijy of Oll.
nH (iruu t Curl) mnl a wxy,. k'ein Hit
wminii UirlihiK Ht.nio. KtluiH. ulvn
unit l4ti f OcH uebuiKl. Iljl'i'nlfiili(iiie
Cir.UTIPlOATKOK liP.POlT, No. 4s7;i
; lor ilOl 1-Hiifil hy tlio Klrnl Nil
tloiml Hunk of Kim 1'riiii' ifco hi favor of
tlm iiiii1cjI(!IumI All nTHiim hio wnrni'il
MK'illiM lif(;o'lii lii(Mtnii, im ,tt iiiont lint
I II Hloi,inl A proiK-r rewiml will ho
11.1I1I for llin ri'luru of tlm ilruft iiirtitlrati'.
J. P. NOLAN,
1I'H-:U' IInuuIiiiii llolul.
VTOTICK IB II KHF.IIY (1IVKN THAT
1 nil t'Uiiiix HKitliiil thu t rili'iloii Hn
loon hI ho Hi'tllril hy Mr Ju, P Mur
Kan, mnl nil imiitiiiulliii! ioc.hiiiU il thu
irliirion Siloou nml tlm Johhliu IiihichoI
U II. Dec imi Ki tin uIhivii itutM Hri iiunlile
to Mr I.. II. lho. All hill. i.L-hut L. II.
II io iilrunit iirt'tunt Imimillali'ly for iity
','!" i- H. iki:
Iluuolulu, Oct. 3, IS'JI, USJ-Uui
lily UtfUltn 60 eentt ptr month ,