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THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1894.
THURSDAY, Oct. 1?.
Bltnr W 0 Hall from Hawaii nml Maul
Btmr Junius .Mnkee from Knuui
Btmr Hawaii from llnimtkna
Htmr Walaleale from Kniml
Btmr Knalg from Wnlnnne
Cargoes from Island Port
Btmr V a Hall -721 bag KORnr, 100 btgi
coireo, W .iflgi aa, 2 head cattle, 33
hog Htiil t0 iik8 tundrlc.
Btmr haala 30 bags trail and 12 pkja ton
Btmr Ja Maker 10 pkgs ("UtHrics.
Btmr Wnluleale ll.i lmg botioi.
From Hawaii, per aimr Hawaii, Ool R
W ( Bi lib, V Neumann, 0 A I'ovlo. C 1
Cartr, J V Junos, M Ktnnrily, W Atkins.
rrom Mnal nml Hawaii, porttiir WO
Hall, Oi-t IK AKGniMier.l Wi konskl, r.
W Fuller nml w f. Alls Wulehouic. Alias
Ward, V Peck, l)r MoWnvne, U V Mc
Dnugnll, J 8 McUan1lca, Or li UchneMrr,
Mr Oreonwell, W Huill y, 1. Himik, MUk
Harvey. Mts Sar.ih Cock-It, Mr. J X
Ktialmoku and child, A 1 l'aehaole, and
Theafanifr Hawnll arrive! thin morn
ing from Hawaii, with a number of pas
Mugeit. bat ni freight. Sim will h-avo
gala tor ports on Hawaii on Baturdjy at
HORK-At Wa'alua, Oclobor 11.1801, to
the wife of Judge Edward Horn, a von.
"Tho Black Flag"
House this evoning.
at tho Opora
Yes, wo aro going to givo a
"Round Trip Ticket to tho
Volcano to tho person bring
ing in tho greatest number of
our Sales Checks on D com
ber 20th. Wo called on Sir.
Chase, the General Passenger
Agent of tho Volcano Douse
Company, at his Tourists'
Headquarters, "Williams' Gal
lery, and have made arrange
ments with him, so that our
representative can go up with
tho Thos. Cook & Sous' Ex
cursion from tho Coast, con
sisting of twenty-fivo people,
leaving here January 29th, if
you so desiro or otv any other
time. Wo are as anxous thru,
whoevor represents us on thin
trip shall havti till ihe pleasure
there U in it, i.s we aro to hav
you know, that by our Quick
Sales and Smull Profit sys
tem of doing business you
get tho most for your momy,
that it enables you to buy
among the great variety o
goods in onr lino.
Equipoise Waists, heap
cr than ever, and speaking
about Kquipoi-e and Compro
mioo "WaUts, they combine
three garments in one a
CORSET, a WAIST urn! a
COltdH'U COVEK. 'J hoy
afford tho same hut-t support
that a regular boned cornet
does. Tho bone pockets are
so arranged tlitt bones can
bo removed or re-inserted at
any time without any ripping
Ladies who find it uncom
fortable to wear tho ordinary
Corset, and still cannot io
without some Mipport will
find tho Equipoiso Wait tho
long-lookcd-fur substitute for
corsets they fit ' perfectly.
"Wo have them in all sizes.
They aro just the thing to
wearon tho Volcano Trip.
BS Save all your Salo
Checks. You may bo tho
B. F. KHLPRS & CO.
A Strong Horse
IS THE 8ESULT OF DSINO
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Juit Arrived per "S. O. Wilder."
CALL AND SEE US.
If you want anything in the line
of Dry Goods, call at
Captain McDonnell is canvassing
for n book entitled "l'icturesquo Ha
waii." Wo offer this week a very nico
nisortmeut of Gingham, at 12 yards
forSl.00. JLS. Levy.
At 103 Fort street, you can buy
many valuable houses anil other
The regular meet ing of I ho Sehuot
zou Club will bo held at 7:30 to-morrow
Paul Neumann has no Intention
or dexire lo run for either branch of
Mrs. ThinM will Juoluro on "Thoo
sophy and Morals" to-morrow even
ing at Theosophleal hall.
A cricket match lat of tho sea
sonwill take placo shortly on tho
Makiki recreation ground.
Chocolat-Mo ilor, the finest eating
chocolate made. For sah) only at
the "Elite Ice Cream Parlors."
Tim steamer Wnimanalo will sail
at 5 p. tn every Monday for liana
pope, Koloa, Lihue and Eleelo. Sao
J. F. Morgan will sell potted ferns
and plants at the residenco of Mrs.
Kcuake, Fort street, at 10 o'clock to
morrow. In this i-suo will bo found tho
ticket and platform of tho American
Union party, which will bo publish
ed daily until election day.
Attorney-General W. O. Smith, P.
Neumann, J. W. Jones, and C. A.
Doyle returned from attending Cir
cuit Court at Kohala ou tho Hawaii
Capt. Davies auuouncos that, be
ginning on tho 22nd inst., tho steam
er Wauuanalo will sail at u d. m.
every Monday for llanapopo, Koloa,
Lihuo aud Eleelo.
Harry Klemmu advertises the
Commercial Saloon in this issue and
especially his O. P. S. aud Lohen
grin beor. Call on him promptly
and rofresh your inner man.
In this issue will bo found tho
proclamation of tho special election
for Senators aud Representatives, to
bo held on the 29th inst. It shows
voters where they are to cast their
Tho concert by tho Hawaiian Na
tional band at the Hotel yesterday
oveuiuir was laruolr atteudod, and
tho musin was exceptionally fine.
Tho crowd stayed till the last piece
The new hall of tho Chinoso Pro
tective Union on King street, be
tween Mnunakca stroet and Smith's
lane, is about comploted, aud tho
union will uirn a house-warming in
about ten days.
Tho Government steam roller got
stuck yesterday near the Fishmarkct
where the road is being repaired.
The roller is ftill there aud engineer
Iloilly is devising wajs aud means
of getting it out.
Tho barkeutiuo S. G Wilder will
leave ou Saturday at noon for San
Francisco in ballast. The Wilder
has excellent pissttnger accommoda
tions, and Captain Schmidt is a good
fellow to travel with.
Tho Pacfft.t Wheelmen will meet
in front of tho King street Cyclery
at -1 o'clock Saturday nfternoou for
a ride around town. All local wheel
men wishing to participate will n
soluble at the uforcmeutionod time.
Mr. J. W. Luning notifies all
whom it may concern that Mr.
Horace G. Crabbo is authorized to
receive and receipt for all monies
due and owing up to 23d Novuinber.
when Mr. Luuiug will be ou hand
Besides the ticket of the American
Union party, the only nomination
th in far filed at tho Interior Ollice
U that of Harry Klemiue for Rep
resentative of the Fourth District.
Nominations will, however, bo in
order until -1 o'clock to-morrow
A Chinaman brought a native
woman, giving the name of Lucy, to
the Queen's Hospital ou Out. 2, in a
weak condition. Ah the man failed
to call again tho woman, who showed
eviduiici of insanity, was committed
to the Insane Asylum today. Sho
came from Waimalu.
A native grabbed six loaves of
bread from IIom'h bread wagon this
moruiug, and inado off with them.
Tho theft wait barefaced aud the
man must have been very hungry, as
the driver was hitting on tho front
seat and witnessed the proceeding.
Tho mail has been arrested.
Tho Dead Body of John A. Spear
Found In a Ouava Grove.
The steamer Hawaii, which arrived
this morning, brings the nows of tho
finding of the dead body of John
A. Spear, tho woll-kuown jowlor, lu
a guava grove at Kaenehu near Co
coanut Island, Hilo. The man was
found lying on his back with a pistol
shot through his hoart, on Friday
last. Mr. Spear visitod Honolulu re
conllyand returned to Hilo the last
trip of the Kinau but one. Shortly
after he arrived back at Hilo, he
mysteriously disappeared nnd his
brother masons, believing that ho
had made away with himelf, offer
ed a reward of $50 for information
as to his whereabouts. Stimulated
by t ho offer, a strict search was made
and the body was found as stated.
Everything pointed to suicide, but
what tho motive was remains a mys
tery. John A Spear was formorly doing
business in this city as a member of
tho jewelry firm of Broglie & Spear.
For a number of years, latterly, Mr.
Spear has been keeping a jewolry
store at Hilo. Ho was well and
favorably known among a large cir
cle of friends. Mr. Spear was a very
competent man in his lino of busi
ness, engraving being ono of his
Inflamed Eyes and Run
the Success of Hood's Causes
Croat Rejoicing A Perfect Cure.
Synopsis of the Play at the
Bouse This Evening.
A brief synopsis of tho incidents
of to night's play is as follows:
Harry aud Jack Glyndou are rivals
for Naomi's love. Jack is favored
by tho father, as ho has more the
appearauce of a gentleman, whilo
Harry is a rough tar. Ned, a waif,
escapes from a smuggling ship ami
is taken under tho protection of
Harry and a widow inu-keepor.
Lazarus, a swindling broker, visits
Mr. Glydon to cash a forged note
and is soundly flogged by the latter.
Lazarus iu rovengo urges Jack to
assault hisfathor, which he doos dis
guised in his brother's clothes.
Harry and tho Jew are sent to
Portland prison. Ned follows his
benefactor to render assistauco.
Jack lays a deep plan for tho release
of Lszarus aud Harry escapes with
him. Ned is shot by the smuggling
captain from whom ho cscapou. All
parties aro returnod to England for
a new trial aud Uarry'a innocence is
completely vindicated by Ned and
Lazarus, who repents of tho wrong
that has been committed.
Miss Gouoviovo Nnnnary will
play the part of "Ned," and, as it is a
strung one, will lurulsh nor many
admirers a chance to see her advancement.
JMss Cora It. r.bcrt
M C. I. flood ft Co., Lowell, Mais, t
"Ifcclltntlntr tostato nh.it Hood's Aars
palilalias dono (or me. I nai almost Mind,
bclnc compelled to stay tn a darkened room on
account ot Inflammation of tho cres. I also
suffered wltli running lores on mjr loljr. T was
In tcrrlblo condition. Mr Mother tried every
thins she knew about and 1 was attended by
two doctors hut without helplrc me. Finally
Stood's Rirsanrll! was rcruinmemled and I
lad not fcikcn two bottles before I began to ret
letter. Tho Inll.immatlon left my eyes and the
sores healed, and tho result was tbat
I Became Itrongor,
and was restored to perfect health. At that
tlmol was only twcho years olJ now I am
nineteen and I havo not slnco been troubled
with my eyes or noticed any l jn of a return of
the sores on my body, t can recommend Hood's
Barsapatllla ns an excellent blood purifying
medicine." MtssCortA rtir.nr, Rarnesvllle, 1'a.
Hood's Pills net easily, yet promptly and
SkliKlly, on the Itrer and bowel. So.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bote Agents for the Hepnbllo of Hawaii.
A POINTER !
There is probably less coal used
hero in private families than in any
city to which that articlo is export
ed. The reason is plain wood is
cheaper and of bettor quality. Na
ture providos Hawaii nei with tho
wonderful and rapid growing alge
roba aud it supplies tho fuol for the
people. Anyone who has ever visit
ed the neighborhood of Waiaiao has
been attracted by the forests of trees
of this description. Peoplo who
have gone thoro to inspect Mr. Iseu
brg's ranch have marveled at the
care and attention given tho cutting
of trees for tho market. As tho sup
ply cuts some of tbo ico in regulat
ing the price of a commodity so the
thousands of trees on Waiaiao Itanch
act as a factor in putting down the
price of wood. Mr. Isouberg sells
wood cheaper than anybody else and
delivers it freo in any part of Hono
lulu. Ring up either telophouo and
get a cord.
If you've had any trouble with
your milk try some from tho Wal
alae slock for a month.
THE Jt)HN QOOD.
Slghtad Off the Xonn Ooaat
Captain Cook Doeortod.
Tho schooner John Good has been
heard from. It wa passed by the
W. G. Hall off the Koua coast. Tho
John Good left hero about three
weeks ago in charge of Captain
Cook, ho having for companions two
ex-P. G. army men. Before the
schooner left it was noised about
that she was going to Samoa. It
appears, however, that tho John
Good has not reached Samoa, but is
situ in tuu Hawaiian archipelago.
It is also learned that the John
Good encountered bad weather aud
tho provisions rau out, so that tho
men had to laud at a point on the
Kona coast. Captain Cook was sent
to MonsarratV place to get provi
(ions. These were secured and
packed in the boat, and Cook re
lumed to get somethings ho had
forgotten. When he returned to
the beach the John Good was away
to sea aud the skipper was left ou
the beach. As the schooner is still
cruising about the coat, it is proba
ble the deserters will return for
"I would rather trust that medi
cine than any doctor I know of,"
says Mrs. Hat tie Mason ot Chilton,
Carter Co., Mo., in speaking of
Chamberlain'it Colic, Cholera aud
Diarrhoea Ilomedy. For salo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
DURING MY AIW.NOK FHOM TIIK
I -hinds Mr. llorucu 0. Crabho Is duly
uuthoriz-d lo welv and receipt fur ufl
inoii'us dm mid oaImu' to hid, J. W. I.'iu
Iik nt my ollice iiittfi ovt-iiiiierl, 1VJI,
iu ulilcu iUU I will pcraonally attend.
J. W. MJNINU.
Honolulu, Oct. 17, 1SU. llUJ-lm
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Oornr IJiieeii & Nnimnti Hi
Both Tki.kpiiovks 121.
Meehnnicrt' Home, corner Ilolel
and Nuuaiiu streets, lodging liy dav,
week or mouth. Terms; 2o and M
rents per uight) $1 aud 11.25 pur
The schoouer Heeia left this after
noon for the scene of the wreck of
the Geo. N. Wilcox. E B. Thomas
was a passenger, and besides the
crew six divers were taken aloug.
Mr. Thomas expects to bo back in
side of a week with a full cargo.
Tho lialcakala, which is still at tho
wreck, will return to Honolulu.
A dinner was (riven at tho resi
dence of F. M. Hatch, Mitiister of
Foreign Affairs, Makiki. yesterday
evening, at which the following gen
tlemen were present: Miuihtersllatoh,
King and Damon, Urilich Commit
(loner Haucc, Sandford Fleming, C.
M. G., W. F. Allen. E. D. TeiiiiM.v,
W. O. Irwiu, J. F. Hnckfeld, F. W.
Muefnrlane, and Cecil Brown. The
Quintet Club placed during the din
ner. The Young llawaiiauu' Institute
met iu regular session yesterday
evening iu tho Y, M. C. A, hall, with
n large attendance ol iiiemlierH.
Henry Smith, President, conducted
the meeting. Keports of committees
were received anil accepted. The
matter of giving another entertain
iiieut ennui up ami its consideration
wan deferred, Other liusincfH of a
routine nature wan transacted nml
tho meeting adjuuruud at U:lu
A8Pi:0IAIi MEETING OF THE IIK
i.a.ni lie it Cluh will ho held ai the
ijimmiier of l;onunerco Itoom at 7:30 f. m.,
O t. in, iB'M, for the purpoau of rtoulvliiK
tho report of the riiiiiiiiltue appointed to
draft Article of Incorporation, !' the
report of the nollciting rommhtee. Every
member Is reouented in lie undent. IV r
order. U. E. UOAKDMAN,
0. V. H runic, Secretary. 1101-31
Rigger k Stevedore,
KHT1MATKS AND CONTRACTU ON
ALU KINDH OK WORK.
Tho rainy ecanon is com
ing, and if you want to shod
water like a duck you must
ho provided with a Rain
Coat. I havo just received
a new invoice of Ladies'
English Mackintoshes in
fact, I nhall make a leader
of these goods for tho next
few weeks and at such prices
that I expect to see every
lady in Honolulu properly
clad for rainy weather.
will not he worn in muddy
weather. Tho reason is
apparent and doesn't need
will prohahly take the place
of the white oik h for the
next few months, and to
match these I have an ele
gant line of Tan Stockings
iu numerous shades.
Oh, yes, Trimmed or
trimmed? 1. ntrimmed !
riuht. Just pick out
shape. They aro all
and the very latest. After
you havo selected one that
suits your peculiar style of
heauty I will introduce you
to our expert milliner, who
will heh) you i elect tho
trimming nnd I guarantee
to linifh you a hat that you
won't be ashamed or.
always doing this and thin
time I think I have hit tho
nail by laying in a fresh
mpply of Ladies' and
Children's Undervests from
Corset Waists will make
an acceptable increase to
your wardrobe. We havo
Nothing look so pretty
around a lady's waist (ex
cept an arm) as one of our
Holts. I havo both Silk
and Leather with new de
signs of Buckles. If you
don't believe me come and
try one on (not the arm
but the Bolt).
,1. J. EG AN,
514 Port street.
llorlnnlPK Monrisy, Oct. "2, will mint!)
l' H evr Monda) for Uuuuiepe, Kjloa,
Mlnm n I hl.t-K
,- Impute "t u i f J, H. Wlsrr,
ov r Hiirki ' Mii'-k. K it nr.iu, or on
tiourd iu Wu. lUVlKh Matt-r met Own.r
HALLOWE'EN ANNUAL DANCE
Wdl ho held In
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB HALL
FRIDAY, Oct. 26, ai 8 P. M.
Mt'sict (Jiilnudte Uluh.
,jy It lad Ml T. l.Mmy', walrWa.
kr, sua Ulltv Iw Uusui rur.ura. 'IW-'.'t
I J. I.F.VKV.
W. U. DAI LEV,
USINESS Like Life
Is What You Make It!
We ore making it decidedly lively, by keeping
everlastingly at it, evolving tho bargains that
make busincps. AVe have just made a . . .
Sweeping Reduction in Ladies' Waists!
Wo are Uftermlned to clear thorn oat.
Our 2.25 Waist will go for $1.25 and $1.50.
Our :j.5() Waist will go for $2.50.
Mk TheiKj are well tiiad lnd good fitting; wo have at present full lino of si Mi.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 16cts.
Or 7 fo $1.00 aro goln; very fnt. If yon want any yon mutt come soon.
The Miuo with
Our 0ets. Silk, in Stripes and Solid Colors.
We havo Jtut a few lengths left. Havn yon seen
Our Ladies' Ohemise at 36cts?
This Is exceptional valae, trimmed with Linen Lace and well made.
520 Fort Strpet,
An invoice of tho
Colebrotod "Shasta' '
Water just received
direct from tho Springs
in Shaota, California.
Shasta' ' in the
finest mineral water
in tho world. It is
used in every loading
hotel and on all the
railway dining cars in
tho Unitod Stetoo.
Everybody likes it, because it is a Thirst
Quenching, Health-Giving Drink and is
offered to tho Public with a full confidence
of its Merits.
JUST THINK OF IT
25 CENTS 1
Quoon of all
tero; bl ondu porfoctly
with liquor of all
hlndo, and io a natural
reliof for all dicor
doro of tho otonach,
kidneyo and llvor.
For oalo by all drug
gioto end tho trado
MACFARL.MJE & CO. LTD,
Solo Agonto for tho
Hires Root Beer
Is now n favorite beverage for Ladies and
Young Persons to whom it gives Freshness
and embonpoint. It has solved tho problem
of medicine by imparling strength and pure
blood, which soon gives a person a clear and
Effervescent Too! Exhilarating!
Jast tho Thing lo Build Up the Constitution I
It h Wholesome and Strengthening. Pure
IJIood, free from Uoils or Carbuncles, General
Good Health, results of drinking Hires Koot
licor the year round.
Sample Glass Free at Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
K- ALL THIS WEEK ! sa
Temple of Fashion
610 Fort Street
DAhETS STOCK COMPANY,
Thursday, Oct. 18th:
"The Black Flag."
Saturday, Oct, SOthi
Tht On ul KnplUh I'omidy
Another (I rent l.nugli I'rnvnliii I
POPULAR. PK.IOS1S1 I
llux I'lun open at th ollloo of I,. J,
between China and Japan
will cause prics for their
silk fubrics to go higher ; no
country can fight and weave
silk at the s.unu time. The
price bus already advanced
and the pap rs state that
the war i likely to be "on"
for two or three years. It
behooves the careful buyer
to purchase now Wo had
hi) immense stock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
Mar was declared, conse
quently we can continue to
sell at the old price i as lony
as our present stock holds
out, and then the W.r will
force prices up. Our last
consignment diktats of Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
and plain; Morirug Gowns
for Ladies and G nt, Mik
Kiimmos, Smoking Jacket-,
Siik PajaiuitM, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Sbadis, Lunch lttis
ketH, etc., I'tc.
lintel St. (ArllllKl'Mi llliKik),
)Jh, J. 1. 1', Coimu, I'rupilvirui,
Clearance Sale for One Week !
Beginning Saturday, October 13th.
BvervtliiaLg at a, Setorifloe
KS SEE LOCAL COLUMN. 1
M. Q. 8ILVA, - - Proprietor.
O. B. DTATIOHT
Dot all ktnot of Work iu
C mem & stone Sidi-waiks & Cubing.
Hx lion on hml it lari
n. Ormi t Cnrh nml aiv.
wit IHli Ijiirliliiir Hum,). Kiiii.ut. !
anil UiM!i pr OfH huamcd. II lTleiiliiiiio
8'ipply of Cli.
The Europtau Lunch Rooms
UIIOCK 8INO, Proprietor,
lint"! Stniit, ni'iiily iiniiokllu Ihthil
Bryant & Aloha
The umlrnU'iHM hvi rewlTfil Lrg
nml Varied Axnrtnuut ot
At all Hour
at MoiirMie Prices
TOTIOK lb III'UIIIV (IIVriN THAT
i.1 nil i'IiIiiih nijilii.t tint t riti'rion S.i
UNin wlh Iih nt'lul hy Mr Jn. V, Mnr.
Kun, nml nil iMti.tninllii mriiiiiti.ii tlm
1 rlJprniiiS.il inn Hint ilm Jnhliliu liiinminf
Ih II. Pre nti in tin' iiihiyi' ,iatM Km piyahlo
t-iMr. I.. II. Ili .Ml IhIU Hulmi L H.
Din plue pti'M'tit liuiiiiillntvly fur iity
innil. . H, lUii;
Uouolulu, Oct. 3, U'Jt, uwam
('iMIlimi.SlI THE LATKMT PEMIIMI K
Dress Goods, Etc.
A10 A rt'LL LINK OF
Domestics, Cottomdes, Etc.,
To which li iipecUon If Intltwl.
H. DACKFU 1 CO.
Daily Uullttin 60 colli jiir montK,