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fteHqnd to nithnr Sent iwr Ji,
fiul Rrtablithtd for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17, 184.
Is it not about timo that our con
temporaries lot up ou certain al
leged scandalous transactions at the
Hotol after a ilaucoouo night a fort
night agoT Surely they must have
a low opinion of the taste of their
readers when they contiutto to offer
them such condiments for both
breakfast and supper. Tho scandals
might as likoly havo occurred in a
church as iti a hotel, at such an hour
as that in question, and it is hurt
ing the town to bo giving tho Hotel
such protracted prominence in re
gard to tho matter. When tho lessee,
of tho Hotel lost no time in taking
severe measures for rescuing its re
putation from scandal, it is hr.rdly
decent for uewspapurs that po into
families to persist iu excit'mg the
unsavory gossip that, tri'o to this
product of Honolulu, hr.s as much
of lies as truth in it. As the uro-
Terbial u'.uo days have elapsed, for
tho sa'o of public morals givo tho
wuo'jo business a rest. Tho morn
i'jg paper's dragging iu tho stalo
stuff again today, ou a text found
in an idiotic lliug at tho monarchy
in last Friday's Star, is, iu view of
tho fact that tho Hotel has purged
itself, so far as possible, of tho scan
dal, nothing less thnn a wanton libel
on that establishment as well as
an emetic to tho respectable public
James Cowes, son of llobt. Cowes,
steward on tho S. S. Muripoa, died
at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, of
consumption. Tho deceased, who
was only tweuty-seveu years of age,
was at one time employed by tho
Tramways Co. and Inter as an oper
ator iu the Mutual Telephone otlice.
l'oor health compelled linn to retire
from active work. Ho was to havo
le(t by the barkeutlue V. U. Dimoud
for San Francisco, but death over
took him. The body will be sent to
the Coast for burial.
NOISY KOU3K PUI.LKJD.
Five Disturbers of Nocturnal Quiet
Aro Urought to Bar.
Threo foroignor aud two natives,
ono tho notorious Annie Charlie,
were arrested about 2:I?0 o'clock this
morning, in a house on King street,
beyond Liliha street, for disturbing
the poaco. People residing on tho
same premises complained on Satur-
.In. .....I. i ..P il i.'t ! I...
"'V 'Hi ui iuu minnows cuiiiiiici
of thoo persoim, and they were
uotiBod by tho police that should
they repeat tho annoyance they
would bo arrested. The men had a
gay oiu time last night nnil con
tinued tho racket until arrested
Annie Charlie performing tho hula
dauce, while ono of her male com
panions manipulated tho banjo.
With tho exception of ono tho crowd
was found guilty of disturbing tho
peace iu ttio District Court this
morning and fined Su each.
Tho Honolulu Amateur Athlotic
Club will meet shortly for tho pnr
poo of coming to a decision as to
whether or not tho annua football
match will bo playod with tho Puna
lions this season.
By Lowis J. Lovoy.
Household -:- Furniture
On THURSDAY, Oct. 18,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
I will tell nt Pub In Auction. t 111 ItfM-
il-icfut.Mn At.KX r.iOKIIUUN, Muk.ltl
urn. t. i)ito-l v .In Old Nan-hill (tnmtiil,
(lie Who ol lit lloutrho'd Furniture,
2 B W. Bedroom Sets,
Bpriie M'tMM, Mo'nulto Nct,
II. V. mnl lttilowi WVclr.il'O',
U W Unuk tiic, 11. W Center Tabic,
M4'ip, Klip", I'le'if, Couch,
iitttnoti, U Moat bafo, Oockcry,
Singer Sewing Machine,
Fl.tc, LAtii) it, Unrileti llo-e,
KcvclcUo and 23rlcllo,
I.nwti M iwei Hlrp I.iihlrr,
wiitv.turiuw, r.io , r.ic.
Ilrod, Weak, Nervous,
Moans impure blood, aud overwork
or too much strain on brain aud
body. Tho only way to euro i to
fecit the nerves ou pure blood.
Thousands of people certify that
tho best blood purifier, the best nerve
touio and btrength builder is Hood's
Sarsaparilla. What it has done for
others it will also do foryou ilood't
Hood's Tills euro constipation by
restoring peristaltic action of the
O. R. Harrison, practical piauo
and organ muker and tuner, can (up
nisu bust, factory references. Orderb
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt, attention. All work
gun rati Unit to bo tho same as done
i iw ni
By Jaa. y. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Rare Fern and Plants!
On FRIDAY, Oct. 19th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will ill at I'uM c A'i'tlon. nttlio Itml
cl'iiic vl Mlt- KKwUKr., tort ttri-rt, u
Uru tuniriLuci.t uf 1'irua aud l'.uuti, iuu
Pots Rex & Ordinary Btgonias,
l'oti I'jIiim, 1'oU Maid n Jlulr lrni,
Pats Assorted Ferns, Etc.
Established Business 1
On THURSDAY, Oct. 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will ivll at I'mllo Auction, nn the
The Plant of tho Hawaiian
Hiltintfil ot 1' rt xtrrdi mm In the Fort-kiri-ct
Siliool, cuiis'Miiik of
20,000 totals, Feimula & Secret Process
(llcjirnc'lni! ilinlrnlini, la1nz the II' er
j m.ihi; vr, otli,-'ritla v rim-. Tiie
iiuiimt li Ih.h iWi ilz'ii i"k to
HMhnr wnh nil tli- Appiirfnsii'V- fi)' the
in muff I'Uir- ot noi.-ii iilmlin tcvri.!H.
I. 1 vent" ry cau br lecu nt the olllce
i f Uf Atu't onwr.
far-'Hit wlmlo of 'lio ll) ith will be
iioiu viltliuiit tttrrvt for CASH
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 1S94.
As a place of residence Ho
nolulu presents advantages to
be found nowhere else in the
world. For people who prefer
high altitudes Nuuanu, Punch
bowl or Tantalus are places
where residences may be built
so that inagniticent views of
the city and bay may be had
at all times. To others who
wish to be on a level with all
mankind, AVakiki has attrac
tions that oleasc. If there is a
scarcity of land it will be felt
by those who enjoy the swish
of the waves along the beach
and where they can sit and
view the grandeurs of a semi
tropic sunset. There is very
little available land toward Dia
mond Head and as time passes
steps must be taken toward bet
ter facilities for reaching points
beyond it. It is possible that a
good road around the head
would be in the line of public
improvements, and, if the land
in that locality is owned by the
government, an increased trea
sury balance would be the re
sult. If there were more lots
along the beach more people
would live there and improve
them. Every dollar of improve
ments means so much for the
government by way of taxa
tion and that alone should be
an inducement for it to extend
roads wherever it is possible.
Ever since we started busi
ness we have aimed to secure
such goods as we believed to
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
I, ' ' ;' . A. 'V
Mr. .Toh 11 A. fcVott, MuiiHRor of lln llllo Suj?nr Cotnpnny, Rot tho follow
ing wnnilurful iol'iiiiI of thu workiii of thu NATIONAL CANE SI1UED
DEK, which who uiirlvil by thi'ir work at tlie coiiiniuncemunt of the crop
utl Imrvcjti'd :
"During thu pant wvt'k tho Hilo Sugnr Conijiuny's ndll rxcccdvd any of
t foriiicr rvciiriU hv clo.'ing thu 1'2i hours uritidlu with an output of JJOOJ
loiii". I liit in fiillv 10 it'K'Liil more limn I In; best work ol loriner yoirn.
"Tim three r.Hcr mill licing 20 in. Iy fit in. ami thu two roller mill .'10 in.
by (JO in. '1 hi' first mill iloiuu this amount of work in an clltelenl manner
ittul with great eare, compari'il with work ou uhole enne, owing to thorough
preparation of tlie eaue by the Natiunul Cane Shredder, recently erected by
" And by itn um the extraoliou hay been ineroiued from .'I percent to fi per
cent ou nil kinds of cane, and in enmu oacex 80 peiccnt hast been reached;
the average being 7i to 78 percent, according to (piilily.
"I conliuuu to ll nil the megui". fiom fhredded canu better fuel than from
'1 lio shredder 1iii been working day ami night for ceven month and him
given me entire, pitiixfuctifiii, having hbredded during that time about seventy
thiiuatiil ItniK of cane, uiul u large p.itl of il hiiug hard ratooii.
"The tdircddcr anil engine require xery Htlo caro or iiMenlion."
TI'laiis uiul (tpecilicitini uf these .SlnedderD may be teen ul thu olllce of
WM Q IRWIN & CO., L'd..
vr t frlr ,4iiuu fm IK' ffpr.i. hnti'
al practice among the sons of far
Cathay of first removing the bridle
when unharnessing a horse is the
cause of many serious runaways in
Honolulu. We adjust the rem
nants of wrecks to their former
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
N"o. 70 Queen Street
Look 1? Look
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Corner Ton A Hotel Sta
From Recent Direct Imfortatlon
MAWS' TOOTHBRUSHES !
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
IU 'J 3t
LowIb J. Lovoy,
MortBnuoo'a Notice of Intontlon
i'ortcloso and ot tiulu
NOTICK1S Ili:itEY CilVKN THAT
jiursnuiit to u Hjwi-r hi huiu (oiiiulii
rti in u ivruilii elmtU'l niurit'ihu boariiiK
Julu tliu aulh day uf Mini li, A U. J Mi I .
uiuiluljy tJlA UUKd U I ul)I.i;it ul llunu
lulu, Ulmid el Udliil, JIiiwuIi.iii Ixlaiul, to
Jus. 1' Muruu clbnlil Jliinuiulti, uf rn'onl
in tliBOtllcool thu lUyioir.iroi l'iiiimiuhi'k
In Uutr H7, t'UKua ijJ-lvj, uml lur ti.n
trt'ticli ut cumlitiuiis In Mini murt),'ii;t iltttl
coiiMliml, to WW iiuii.i.iiiit'iii ul otrthlii
)iroiultsury notes tliricin ili'trnljcil, tliu
uKirtHiii en tutf inlet to li ri luu.
Nii.icu l uUo mIvuii tlmt tho nioriKaKct)
lias taken (toAM'Mii n of tlm iirupuity iovit
od liy id iiiurnjjuo mid r il null Urn kiiinu
at i ililiu auction ut tliu AlU'tloii Ituimin uf
JuiiiLM V. Murtun uii WhD.Nl.ftUAY,
Oclubtr 17, 1Jl.
'llio ini.urty to lie bo'il li drDorllieil at
follow : 1 ciiico blilrm, J in toretla, tJ
ilui wliiiu 1. nun IkIkih, "lijj uu liiw cot
ton liukld, -iliu colon il cotton liilkls, !i
11-1.' don n luil) 'b lio-c, it iloz wliltu ilrtei
lnrin, wUiio ltt(!iit:i MiiriN. 7 i'jjiniu
Milm, 'J liluuk iiutx, 13 1 itu 1 ul) 'a io-t xtruw
liam. ImJ ito. Clurkn i ri.ti-livt cutlm, Io'j
tluz luullicr lulon'j., 'JIJa boxes ( liuilwii'k'i
UjuhuIiik K'tioii. 7 u)co 1'nli li II' fii Ijruld,
Yi tlui pes liiitcll lillrll tlliU, I ilo knitting
bl'ta. U HOXUJ kllltlilll! Mlk. I ll llllll'k
bill: Aloliuir bruKl,.1 jiCNculuittl mlk u ustiu,
3 boxis Turuluii luius, 1 ci liuok iniisl n,
iU p ululi) ilri'tH otils, IU pes Miltn
cli.cka, .f pis w lilt i tuli.u cliununi, .1 pes
hulr conl iiiuhl n, 7 liul) m hloust s, ll 1ml) 'a
clitiniM'x, 1 luily'o iipr li, -' iloz Ilro ki
rola.tu tlireutl. il ilnis r,un iiieiiUllit; r Ilk,
"Yi Uor inu'liinii up. ol iliii'.nl, fi I 0 Uii
lAinti Inn tutis, l ill i; knlttliiK ilk, 1ii-IJi.ii.
silk twl.t, 1 noz titers pri-Mi'ierv, 0 K" J"
bjttnif, nro mlk butti im, 'il uro i.irl
bullous, 4 Iiuxch pearl imituji-., ;t c.r.ls but
toll", U cIii-iiiImh, i wool MiiiH Is, .1 ic III
turtliin, IU pen u i.brolcjer), ll pen domicilii;.
Id pes u I on l'ulii;mi lipis miIiuii, n i
IMUslin, .'I pii'ces ilicss r.ooil , I J pes bnlll
Hit, I f lrencli I'uiiibrlo, 1 hi biiii-cn 1
iK.s BMji iiiusln, I po sli.runt!, il ps inns
lin,l jmi i plijr, 117 tluz Do) Ins, I iln uml
1 pu riik ilu.uc, 1 po brun linen, U pen li.
ill Iwill, ia'i jjro co.u uml vi ti Iiiiiioiih,
Hore latures, Ui-uk, eoiintir uml kbvlvuiKi
i'uieliitkn prleo In U. H (loiii Colli.
Uuleil Honolulu, MpLinlmr 17, In'.ll,
JA.MI..-S I'. .MllllllAN,
Jly lili Atlorne), Uaiuku A. UAIU1.U.
TI10 nlmvu Kile lm been iinttnomil
until Vi;i.S'i;alAV. Ubtobur 'Jlih. ut IU
o'cluvk a, u, 11U1-71
623 Fort Street, lloatlulo.
be suited to the tastes of the
people on the Islands. Any
thing in the way of a novelty
when it is believed to be really
good is secured by us and
offered to the public almost as
soon as it is introduced in the
United States or Europe. One
of the latest is the Aetallic Re
frigerator for use in the bed
room. We think this is a good
thing because it obviates the
necessity of people going to
the kitchen or pantry for milk
or anything else that is needed
during the night. For those
who like luncheon in their bed
room late at night it is indis
pensible, as it is admirably ar
ranged to hold a large cold bot
tle to go with a small warm
bird. The price of this noveltv
is low enough to put it within
the reach of everyone.
As we have mentioned seve
ral times before, the Wertheim
Triplex Sewing AVachine is the
best in the world. It is the
only machine that will change
the stitch from chain to lock
without bothering with a sepa
rate and bungling attachment.
It is the only one we know of
that will sew three stitches by
simply moving a thumb screw.
Nor do we know of any that
has such magnificent tables as
those on the Wertheim. Every
part of the mechanism is con
structed with a view to simpli
city; the running parts are so
evenly balanced that a live year
old child can run it with ease.
The necessity for water motors
or dynamos lor sewing ma
chines died with the introduc
tion of the Wertheim. We
sell them for less money than
you pay for an ordinary hard
running one stitch sewing ma
chine and we would like to put
one in your home.
Unless you particularly court
liver fluke we would suggest
that you purchase an Improved
Stone Filter from us. The "S.
G. Wilder" brought us a lot of
them in assorted sizes.
For New Stock of Furniture
Dlly rclml on the "Wilder" and the "Andrew Wlch"
5 Then You See With Your Own Eyes -51
HCo;p;p So Co.,
N"o. 74 XClne Street
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISH E3ID 1 SE3S.
New Goodb I Latest Designs 1 Largest Stock 1
Hill. Ill OAK nKDIIOOM bETri,
bOI'AH, LOUXUKS, WAKDlMHlKB,
MIUROK8, MOU1.WNQH, KrL, KTI
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
l'r UoU ot 10 Yirda, 12.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
IBiirrojiiorti to O. K. Williams.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
..j inn iTfn
411 SUUANTJ STKBK1.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co, Ltd,
()Hihlti siirroluiN' muck,
OUST VOM'l HTHUUT,
Iiprtcr end Dealtsr in Inrom Dry and Fancy Goods
ladles' Wan1) ol every description. AUo, fresh line ol Chinese Qoods.
Pongee 8c "Wliite Sills. Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
lU'ht Bluuk and Green ChincHo Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
Kit (luantnh-tiil. 1'rices Moderate.
wr 3VIij.t,-ueLl Tele;plione
Episcopil Church Seivices !
Hi:niv.Nivn on humiay. octoiiku
l llli. rt'Kiilnr iniiriilim it 1 1 1 I'vu'iliij;
mtvIit will liolin il hy tliu MkiIii illal l!il
ruiuil liilli'h (it Honolulu. III! .11 W.
1'l.i'K, I'li.mr, In I Im hull, nt thu i-huht ol
hurt uml llntnl ulrnfH I'l'lilsll.-, lormiTiy
A iiih- ntloit Diuli lloimik).
A hiriiiul oriiuiiliiiiluii ol tliU Church
will tiil.n i.ii'n on riiiii'liiy, Kovi'inl'i r I.
.i t'lirlniuiii iiuiiiilliliitii wlh mi) ntliiT
Cviinjii'lU'iiluliiiii'ltaiuiuvliatl to unit" iu
IhU oruuiiliutioii. Ilii7lui
To AU LovorB ci Pea Bulbing!
Mill. UK KKI'T IN
" ti. 11 NiMti Ul Aai-oiutiiodailiiii lor
LaUUi ana Ouilditu, Udiu
A KB THE
FIISTEST I1ST FLAVOR
Of uny imported. Just received by