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WEDNESDAY, OOT. 17, 1894
Wehsmhay, Oct. 17.
Am ehr AHr Co.ikp, I'cnhallow, '.7dny.i
from IVn Tovoit'iul
For Muni. (iTMiiir dunlin, Oct 111 W
M Comwell. .MN (,'ornnfll Mr kmiIiiI'ii,
F 8 Hutin, W O Alwntrr, .1 MLCntidle.n.
For Katinl, ).crtnir Mlknli.itn, Oct Hl
G.N Wiimix. AH "A'tlcx. Y A Klli.y
nnl wife, J OH UMilclkli, A Crimp Ktiiilv
l'ui-1, .Ml- NiclmWi, K H (llenlruin, M If
Bilva, Mm8ni the, Oko.
LOOAI, AND OKNXRAX
the lurk Onklnml, MrUtilr nnMo-, liml
tho IdilortliiK enrjo out nrrl jiiviTilrv:
!&0 dig- rh i, fr mfi mlt.UO watoriiic'oiis
ami 'iio hunches hanuiim.
'Hip fo'iMiinMxl Miomier Alolin, tlilit-l
nnipler, took llio fullowlnn n.irm yester
day fur San PrntiuVo: K.i'j'O bat? niu.r,
Wi bags rlco ami to bac tullVc.
The schooner Alien Cooke. I'-iilinllmv
mater, arrived tV nitirj Imk, -J7 day-, f tin
roriTowrrutid, with liimhor for U'.r ,V
Cook p. Tht) svhoonir nut wltn heavy
utroiiR head wind Mm first part of l.cr
COWKS-ln this city, Oct. l.cr in, Wil of
coii!iuiiiiilon, Jniupt, son of llolicri
Cow, ard ttj joint.
wo are fjoing to give a
Trip Ticket to this
Volcano to the pi-rson bring
ing in tho greatest number of
our Sales Clu'oks on I ) eem
ber 2(ith. Wo culled on Mr.
Chase, the General Passenger
Agent of the Volcano House
Company, at his Tourists'
Headquarters, William' Gal
kry, and have made arrange
ments with him, so that our
representative can go up with
tho Thos. Cook fc Shis' IOx
curaion from the Const, con
sisting of twenty-live people,
leaving here January 29th, if
you so desire or at any other
time. We are as anxious that,
whoever rcpictiUH us on th'n
trip shall have all the pleasure
there h in it, i.s we are to have
you know, that by our Quick
Sales and Small Profit .sys
tem of doing business you
get the most for your moth y,
that it eim'. lis ynii to buy
among the great vri ty o
goods in our hue.
Equii'oisi: Waists, heap
er than ever, and speaking
about. Kquipoi-e and Oompro-ini-e
"Wai-ts. they combine
three jrarmrnts in one a
a WAIST and a
rv iucm i
COK&lflT COVKU. 'thev
ufford the same bust support
that a regular boned eoior
does. The bone pockets are
so arranged tint bones can
be removed or re-inserted at
any time without any lipping
Ludies who lind it uncom
fortable to wear the ordinary
Corset, and still cannot rto
without some support will
find the Equipoise Wai-t the
long-looked-for substitute for
corsets they lit perfectly.
Wo have them in all sizes
They are just the thing to
wear on the Volcano Trip.
KS fcave all your Sale
Checks. You may be the
B. F. R1TLKRS & CO.
The Loilnui Boat Club will
at tho Hotel this oveuiog.
If you want anything in the lino
of Dry Goods, call at
M. S. Levy's.
Mon woro engaged to-day blasting
in tho vicinity of Sorenson & Lylo's
Nino Chineso gamblers wore pull
ed in last night by Suuior Captain
W offer I liis week n verv nice
niortiiii)ut of Ginghams, at 12 yards
fur $1.00. M.S. Levy.
The price of California opium is
reported to be $7.f0 a pound a
very low ligure.
The Uealnni Boat Club will meet
Friday evening for important busi
ness elsewhere specified.
Thn Mnniierohor Harmony will
hold its usual weekly rehearsal this
evening in th PciciuV hall.
The morlgageo's sale of the pro
perty of Charles Oirdler has been
ponl poned until this day week.
"Tho Black Flag" at the Opera
House to-morrow vveiiiug. Secure
seats early nt Mr. Levey's office.
Concert by tho Hawaiian National
baud at the Hawaiian Hotel this
evening, commencing at 8:15 o'clock.
There will bo a meeting of the
Young Hawaiian' Institute at the
V. M. C. A. hall at 7:!!0 o'clock this
The Chinese and .)apaueo who
arrived oy him h. a. tJity oi rotting
wero released from quarantine this
The Hotel affair has been spoken
of everywhere, but, still more, what
tho public speaks of is about those
cheap prices at M. S. Levy's.
Win. It. Castle, President of tho
Board of Education, has our thanks
for a copy of his biennial report to
Akaua, a Chinaman, was given
three months on the reef yesterday
by Magistrate Perry for being with
out visible lawful means of support.
C. .M.Cooke, of the firm of Lewors
Sc Cooke, is having a private office
constructed iu the rear of the Safe
Deposit building on the makat side.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and GO
cents per night; $1 and $1.'2." per
Tim plant of the Hawaiian Bever
age Co., situated near tho Fort-street
School, will bo sold at auction on
tho premises by L. J. Levey at uoou
Yesterday, October 17, was tho
nineteenth aniiiver-arv of the birth
of Princess Kniulntii, daughter of A.
b. Cleglioru, she having la-on Uoru
on Oct. 10, 1 87".
Mr. Fujii, Japanese Consul-Gen-erai,
lias received a letter from tho
Government in regard to an article
published iu the Star reflecting on
Wrny Taylor is n committee of
one on inu-ie and advertising for
the St. Andrew's fair on November
21. He will keep (ho public well
posted on that coming event.
The steamer V. U. Hall will bo
due from windward ports to-morrow
morning, a day ahead of her schedule
time, alio will arrive iu time to
connect with the S. S. Alumcda.
Suits Against the Republic Hatters
There wil bo four suits against the
Republic of Hawaii to bo tried at
the Novombor term. Two have been
mentioned already, viz., Pablo Ar
time, for thn K00 reward offered by
Marshal Wilson in 1802 for the con
viction of tho murderer of a China
man, and Mr. Seharf, thn Hotel
street bookseller, for $10,000 dam
ages for bodily and mental injuries
received by falling through a side
walk grating. Frederick Harrison
and A. V. Gear claim $10,000 dam
ages for an alleged violation of cou
tract of sale of a lease of Govern
ment laud on Fort street by Jas. A.
King, Minister of the Ulterior. Mr.
Harrison himself sues for $10,0)0 on
the same grounds us his joint suit
with Mr. Gear.
Annie K. Hart potitions the Cir
cuit Court for tho appointment of a
guardian to her father, James Love,
ou the ground that ho is waiting his ,
property, and recommends that
Joseph O. Carter be appoiuted such
guardian. The petitioner states that
her brother, Jas. Love. Jr., living iu
Japan, is in poor health nud depend
tug ou their lather for support. m.
Harrison is counsel for plaintiff.
L. Ahlo petitions the Circuit Court
at Chambers to cilo J. P. Mendonea
to show caue why the plaintiff
should not be empowered to convey
water over defendant's land to n rico
plantation of plaintiff at Kaneoho.
V. 11. Castle nud F. M. Hatch for
Judge Whiting has approved the I
accounts nuu ordered the discharge
of W. F. Allen, administrator of the
estate of the lato Philip Opfergelt.
Tho property is ordered to be de
livered to tho heirs as follows: Mrs.
Opfergelt, widow, $2oi:i.ir, or one
third of the cash iu hand, and Wal
ter Hoss nud Leonora, minor child
red, $21)10.02 each. Tho children
have also one parcel of land at
Pauoa not divided. Mr. Allen is
gunrdlan of thn minors. Lau Chnng
is suing tho guardian for possession
of this land, which it is alleged was
J. A. Magoon has filed his second
account as guardian of Susan Brah.
Receipts were $07 1 II and expendi
tures $I27I.:H, leaving a balance due
the guardian of $20l t)3 Wheu Wm.
Brnsh resigned the guardianship iu
May. 181)2, he surrendered a balance
of $717.0)1 of accumulated profits,
after havini; invested $lf00 of pro
fits, acquired iu thirteen years of his
guardianship, in Wilder Steamship
Co.'s stock. The present guardian
has therefore allowed the estate to
depreciate seriously, whether un
avoidably or not remains to bo
shown to t ho Court.
Judge Whiting has approved tho
accounts of J. A. Magoon, guardian
of the Manuel minors.
Temporary alimony of $12 has been
ordered against defendant iu Thomas
vs. Thomas by Judge Whiting. Kin
ney for plaintiff; defendant in person.
Mr. Scnard Xnpltn
NorUi Volticy, N. Y.
System Broken Down
Distress-Pains In tho Back
TDUSINESS Like Life
Is What You Make It!
We are making it decidedly lively, by keeping
everlastingly at it, evolving the bargains that
make btisine.-s. We have just made a . . .
Sweeping Redaction in Ladies'
We Rre determined to rlesr tbem out.
Our $2.25 Waist will go for .$1.25 and $1.50.
Llfo and Strength Clvon
"C. I. Hoo.1 A Co., Lowell, StaM.t
"Dear Mrsi I Jo hot think there Is any other
mcdlcliis on tho market so coo.1 ni Hood's Sir
.ir.irll1.i. 1 Into tiken only thres littles r.tnl
am now In belter lie.itlU Ih.in lor three year.
My System Was Brokon Down
to Ui.it my friends remarked utm my falling
way. 1 cnutil not keep nn thine on my '
stomach nnd I suffered trrrlMo distress,
rsiifrially In thn left side. I h.i'l n cvcre palu
Iu my back all tho lltno so that 1 could not work.
tleforo I had taken nno bottto ot Uood's Kara
tinrllt.1 tlio pain In my back as cone, the first
llmo for two )ears. I can rat nil) thing Slid
keep It on my stomach ntthiuil ill(rcsi after
wards. The trouble with my hack li over and
i I Can Work All Day
as years ago. When people remark upon th
rlisnco In my looks I tell them Hood's Barsapv
rllla Old It." br.WJUitt Tai-mk, N. Volney, N. Y.
Hood's Pills set easily, yet promptly and
af&clontly, on tho liter and bowel, tie.
Hobron Drug Co., L'cL,
Sole A Rents for the ltrpnlillc ot Hnwsll.
There is probably less coal used
here in private families than in any
city to which that article is export
ed. Tho reason is plain-wood is
choapor and of bettor quality. Na
ture provides Hawaii nei with tho
wondetful and rapid growing alge
roba and it supplies the fuel for tho
people. Anyone who has ever visit
ed the neighborhood of Waialae ha
been attracted by the forests of trees
of this description. People who
have gone there to inspect Mr. Isen-
brg's ranch h.tve mnrvtied at the
I care and attention given the cutting
of ttees for tho market. As the sup
ply cuts ome of the ice iu regulat
. ing the price of a commodity so the
i thouaudsof trees mi Waialae Kain-h
' net ns n factor in putting dowu tho Out TOofu Sill.' in Sfiinrc atirl Knlirl flnlm'e
. Mr. Jsonlwg sells i '
Our $:$.50 Waist will go for $2.50.
a These nr well mndp ntid good tlttlng; c havn nt present full lino of sites.
Our Ladies' llibbod Vests fur 15cls.
for ll.Ularp roIiii very ttt. If yon wntit any you neiM onif on.
'flic Home with
price of wind.
wood cheaper than anybody else and
delivers it free in any pirt of Hono
lulu. King up either telephone and
get a cord.
If you'vo had any trouble with
your milk try some from tho Wai
alae stock for a month.
We liovr Jat fi few leastflu lof. Hevi yen M-en
Our Ladies' Chemise at Sits?
This !sxi'Pdlon.il vnln', trimmed Itli l.ltien Imp rtid wi!l mod'.
A POINTER !
520 Fort Stivot, : : Honolulu.
A Strong Horse
U THE RESULT OF OSINO
A PRESII SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
JtiBt Arrived por ''8. O. Wilder."
CALL AND SKK US.
CALIFORNIA FEE!) CO
(Jonii-r Qiiwii A Niliinnil Mu
Born Thlkimion'ks 121.
The Honolulu Hochi (Herild) a
Japanese paper, comes out this week
with a cartoon supplement repre
senting Jnpaii stepping from 1 ing
laugnerops to Jloululoti and head
ing for Peking.
J. A, Haslnger, chief clurk of tho
Interior Department, is spending
his third week olf duty ou account
of illness, at his Pearl City residence.
He is better and is expected back
to his olUeo in a few days.
L. J. Levey will dispose of the
household furniture of Alex. Cock
burn at the residence, Makiki street,
opposite tie olil baseball grounds,
lit 10 o'clock to morrow. The arti
cles to be bold are specified else
where. The Hoard of Underwriters have
laid a complaint with the Govern
ment in commotion with tho new
building of T. 11, Murray, on King
street. Tho board holds that the
construction is in violation of tho
fire limit law.
Wrav Taylor, registrar of elec
tions, forwards! the ballots for Ha
waii, except for Koua and Kau dis
tricts, hj the Kiuau yesterday. Hal-
lots tor all tlie remaining districts
on the other Islands will be sent by
next week's steamers.
Al. Hnllett, leading actor in the
Dailey combination, got a severe
bump ou the head it being lucky
his skull wasn't fractured by being
prematurely hoisted through a trap
to the stage last night. He is going
about town to-day with a sore head.
,1. F. Morgan will hold an auction
sale of pioperty mortgaged by Clins.
Oirdler to him ou Woducxday next.
1 lie merchandise to ho soul is de
scribed in an advertisement iu this
paper, being dry goods and house
wife's supplies, It will bo a great
chance for bitrgaiiis.
MSI Hum t ii will Imi held if lie
Clumber ef ('unnncr, (. Il.tmu m 7. i'l r. m.,
Oi-t, lit, h'i, for the iiirMii e' ro't'ivlii.'
tliu report of tle I'oiiiinit ! iiiinii-d io
draft Arllulu') o' 1 lu'ori h ,rtt 1 1, m, u. ih
renirtnf tho cilh'lll"i! (in ml I ci'. i;vi'i
ini'iiiliur It riinii'd in bf i ri'M'iit. !' r
order. (I. i:. IIO.VItHMAN.
0. r. Ukumick, Socrftar). UUI-Jl
Mr. Irwin, head of W. G. Irwin A;
Co,, l.d , agents of the Oceanic
Sleamhip t'ompauy, was aNked by a
reporter of this paper if it was true,
as stated in a coulemporary, thai
the mid agents had cullid Cant.
Iloudlette to account iu connection
with newspaper mention of Ids name
in reimrls ot certain cnrrjiugi on at
the Hold, lie replied that the
hialeinenl was utlorl) without foun
dation, ami that Cap). Iloudlelte,
having gone to his led ctrly after
(he dance iu (pieslion, knew nothing
whalevei except what He rend about
the actions of the three or four per
sons who caused all the caudal,
8EIZUHE OF OPIUM.
Onpt. Parker Intercepts a Quantity
of the Drug Pnckud for Kauai.
Senior Captain Hubert Parker was
informed ou Monday that a certain
quantity of opium wn to be shipped
to two different Chinem firm at
Lihue, Kauai, tiy the steamer Mika
hala ou Tuesday. The Captain set
Chinese spies to walcli the store of
Chow Kee, ou King street, below
Maunnkea street, where the opium
wns to bo taken from. Yesterday
afternoon tho informers notified
Parker that a dray carrying a tea
box containing the contraband stun
was on its way to the wharf. Parker
was then standing near the Police
Station. Ho immediately walked
down Kaaliuinanii street, to inter
cept the dray. As the olllcer emerg
ed on (jueen street, tho driver saw
him and headed his horse for the
boat lauding. Parker noticed a tea
box on tho dray and a Chinaman
sitting on it with a shipping receipt
iu his hand. He walked up aud
arrested the man for opium iu pos
session. At the Station tho box was
opened and in the center, covered
with tea, were found twenty-four
tins of California opium. The owner
of the stuu was arrested later near
the Claudiiie wharf, nud in his hip
pocket was found a brand new Smith
A; Wesson revolver, !I8 caliber. Uoth
men gave bail of S'JoO each and were
Hcforn the Mikahala left for tho
Garden Isle Parker ascertained that
fifty-six tius of the same stuu had
been taken to the steamer and ship
ped for Lihuo about 1 1 o'clock In
the morning. As the boxes were iu
the hold, the ollicer did not wish to
cause any unnecessary delay to the
steamer, so the shipment was allow
ed to go. Hut tho senior captain
took precautions, that the Jxixes
should reach tho hands of the
authorities. Hence a letter was des
patched to thodeputy sheriff at Lihue
notifying him of tho opium and giv
ing a description of the packages.
Hawaiian National Band.
The Hawaiian National Hand will
give a concert nt the Hawaiian
Hotel this (Wednesday) evening, nt
8: If) o'clock. Following is the pro
MnrchAinrrlran Cn lets Hull
iive-turf I'oot mid IVtmtui Snppo
1'iccolo Hole Tliroiili tho Air Duiiiui
Mr. M. Kcnlnkiti,
Si'lpctlon Adidiu. . . Ilmilirttl
I' WIT II.
Overture -Snld 1'iudis (by Miieil) Huilit
WnlU .SiibrHa Ohii I n-us
March uUum HreciliK Dorlnj!
Tho r.iiuy Hcnsou is com
ing, mid if you wnut to hIu d
writer like a duck jou must
bu provided with a Hain
Coat. I have just received
a new iuvi ice of Ladies'
English Mackintoshes in
fact, I shall make a leader
of these goods lor th next
few weeks and at such prices
that I expect to see every
lady in Honolulu properly
clad for r.iiny weather.
will not he worn iu muddy
weather. The reason is
apparent and doesn't need
will prohably take the place
of tlie white oius for the
next few uioutis, and to
nidtch these I have an ele
gant liiic of Tan Stocking
in numerous shades.
Oh, vs. Trimmed or Un-
t rimmed V I lit rimmed !
r'mht. Just pick out
shape. Thev are all
and the very latest. After
yiu have selected one that
suits your peculiar style of
beauty I will introduce you
to our expert millim r, who
will help you i-ekct the
An Invoice of tho
Water juat roooived
direct from tho Sprlngo
In Shasta, California.
'Shasta' ' is tho
finest minoral water
in the world. It la
usod in ovory loading
hotel and on all the
railway dining cars in
the Unltod States.
of its Merita.
likes it, because
ir I I. ..ill ll .:,. .
the rubhe with ,
it is a Thirst
Drink and is
i full coulideiice
JUST THINK OF IT
Quoen of all
torn; blcndn porfoctly
with 11 que r of all
hinds, and io a natural
relief for all disor
ders of tho ctonuch,
kidneys end liver.
Hires Root Beer
Is now a favorite
Persons to whom it
1 1 ;. k! r Q 1 1 y
and 1 guarantee
to iinihh you a h.it thut you
won't be ashamed of.
ulways doing this and th'm
time I think I have hit the
nail by laying in a i're.li
supply of Ladies' and
Children's Undcrvchts from
Corset Waists will make
an acceptable increase to
your wamroDe. Ave nave
Nothing looks so pretty
around a lady's wait (ex
cept an arm) as one of our
Belts. 1 have both .Silk
and Leather with new de
signs of II tickles. If you
don't believe me come and
try one on (not the arm
but the licit).
,1. ,1. EG AN,
fill Fort street.
KACrWHLANE fi CO. LTD,
Solo .3CIU8 for tho
lie. c ian Icl arda .
and embonpoint. It bus solved the nroblem
of medicine by imparting strength and pure
blond, which soon gives a person a clear aud
EfForvescont Too! Exhilarating!
Jast ili Thing to Build Up the Consti'ution i
13. II. Tliomii' ami ,1. 11. Super, ex
Colonel couimamling of tlui (orccii,
linil an altercation of wurilmin King
hi rcet i CDterday. TI10 argument he
caum nt warm llini. at iiimlime, eye
witiuuhiiH op''cleil an exliiliilinii of
lliticull.i. Kru'iuli look Tlioma
Owing to tho nlfcm f W. O.
Smitli, frei-ldeiit of llio ll.ianl of
Health, there uill Imuio meeting of
tlial hotly (lilri afleinoon. Mr. Smith
h uxpectud back fiuin llavwtli tomorrow.
It i- Wlioli'Miine and
lilood, live Irom lloils or Carbuncles. General
(Jood Health, results of drinking Hires Root
licer tlie year round.
Sample Glass Free at Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
r ALL THIS WEEK ! n
I. J. U--VKY.
W. It. II.VU.KV,
DAliEY'S STOCK COMPANY.
Thursday, Oct. 18th:
"The Black Flag."
Saturday, net SiOtUi
lii (In nt Y.'n 'i i'iim ily
Aiiellii-r (l'c,i I.uiimIi I'rutoke I
POPULAR rK.IOEJ9 I
Dm 1'Uii iiin'ii at ill" ullloit nt 1 J,
between China aud Japan
will cause pri es for their
silk frtbricsto go hihrr ; no
countrj can light nd weave
silk at the s.uiif time. The
price his ahvudjy advanci-d
and the pap is state that
tl... ....... 5 lit-,. It, l lw "....M
lllu .ltl 1 J1IWIT ..F tiv iril
fur two or thivu years. It
behooves the can fill bujer
to pun huse now We had
mi immense stock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
war was declared, conse
quently we can coiitinu- to
sell at the old price-, as loim
as our present stock ho ds
out, and then tho Wm will
force prices up. ' Mir last
coiihigumeiit c-iiiHhtsnf Silk
Dress Goods, both liun-d
and plain; .Morn ng (iowii-;
for Linlii'o and (nut-, l
Kiuioiioh, Smouiug fluck-
i-t", Side I'lijamiis, rlnpuiii'M'
and China Wiire, Sen-eiih,
Lamp Shadi , Lunch lla
kets, etc., etc.
lloicl St (Arlinr.iflii lllin'k),
Mki, J. 1. 1', Cui.imu, l'ruuivir.
Temple of Fashion
SI E7ort Street
Clearance Sale for One Week !
Beginning Saturday, October 13th.
E3vervtlrLng at a Sacrifice
KS- hKB LOCAL COLUMN. a
MI. O-. SIIj-VA., - . . Proprietor
O. B DWIOHT
lloen hi) MntlN of Werk In
G raent & btone S'd'Wa'Es & Carbtog.
lntn i'iiiily (if Clil.
1h Imi, mi IihmiI n
iin-n iirnii i i urn nun n win K.l'ln tin
n lull I irliltli! Ktunu. KtlniH'H. uIvmii
itml loHI r Cei nsbtlml. II ITnlpiiliiinu
Bryant & Aloha
The Europtao Lunch Rooms
CHOCK SIM), frcprltior.
Hold Mri'i't iimil) (iM.in-llr llitlii'l
Fifst-Clas Ketls at Hoirrdto Pric-s
At nil HinirH. I'iitriiiiii(:i NillrlU'il.
o "7 .1111
X'OllCK I1 IIKItlliV IIIVKN' THAT
1 ull i'liiliu itKiuioi tin' trihrlim h.i
,.Miii will In, ..I'll, t,y r Jn, " ,ir.
K.in, iill'l nil ii'iuiuinliiii: iiriiiinia 1 .ii thi
i n'l-rii'ii Miiioii unit iln juliliiu. Iinii.,if
I,. II, Ilea mi ni llio iiIimM' iluin ,irn iitMtlilo
to Mr I.. II. It. .-. .Ml lull mi.lliM I,. II,
Hi'" ii'iin iircti'iil liiiiiiiilliiii'ly fur icty
lloiiuliiln, Oat. J, lel. usj jlu
Iini1frhli!iie. Imve rerrtlv.l a l.rif
ami nriftl Ah.iirtin.ul ol
lUtO , E3LO , TOto ,
I 'MIIUMM' Tilt IATI.-T lirMIISh IK
Dress Goods, Etc.
ai-mi n li i ink. or
Domastics, Cottnuades, Etc,
To vrUtuli li iot'on U InvluM.
B. HACKFHLD Si CO.
.7y Uulletin 60ctnUjer month,