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London, Oct. 1. While tho Duke In not
of Cambridge and Colonel Fitz-
george wore shooting in Richmond
A ark the latter was seriously wound
ed by two beaters by mistake for
A robber at Wilna, Russia, mur
dered a family of ten, including tho
husband, a farmer'd wife, and four
wrvautH. He ret fire to tho house
Outrages have beon commi'ted on
the Earl of Clauncarde'd Irish es
tates, and three houses destroyed.
Tiie Italian police have arrested
two French members of the frontier
commission. It was done by mis
take and the meu hate b-eii released.
The strike suiting the dredge
hands is extending ai Suez.
Tne death is announced of tho
Duke of Somerset, aged 81.
I tmtltif nt na
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tne caoio is to uo a
work or a private company's onter
prisA. In tho latter case the inter
national uncertainties attaching to
tho question might bo materially re
duced from the outset. The reasons
for making Necker Island a main,
and Honolulu only a way or link
ntation, nro two.
Neckor Islaud is on a bee line be
tween Vancouver aud Syduoy, and,
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 1894.
The Victoria Oovernmont
proposo a tai on laud value.
Tue Melbourne Hoard of Hoalth
has resolved to ask oilier colonies to
joiu iu establishing a sanatorium at
Aloauy aud auoltior at Cooktonu, to
which tufected persous arriving iu
Australia may be sent.
Shearing is progressing through
out the couutry under various agi fo
ments, says a Sydney despatch. One
station, Mueariug 100.00J sheep, is
A bill lias beeu privately intro
duced iu the New South Wales
Legislative Assembly to amend the
Electoral Act in liio direction to
provide for contingent voting.
Mrs. Annie Ucaut, tbe famous
theosophical lecturer, is addressing
large audiences iu the Colonies Sue
came from &yduey to Auckland on
this trip of the Alameda. Mrs. U.
is said to be the most eloquent wo
man in the world.
Tho warships at Apia aro tho Bri
tish Curacoa aud the Guruiau Bus
sard and Falke.
Wo understand that a celobratiou
took place at Vailiuia last Thursday
iu uuuor 01 tue completion ol a pn
Tale road to Steveuou's residence
by some pardoned prisoners, who
were desirous of showing their grati
tude to Mr. Sieveusou lt luo usoisl
auce ruudeied by him to the rebel
Mataata parly wneu iu prison. Wo
have heard mat the Treaty olllciats,
tome of the Laud Commissioners,
aud, at least, one of the Consuls was
preseut. Wo shall have something
more to say about this mailer in our
The Chief Justice returnod by the
Curacoa from Matautu last Wednes
day. During his stay there he held
tetoral interviews with natives aud
a few trials were held between
parties iu the immediate neighbor
hood of Matautu. One foreigner,
who has beeu making hi nisei I uu
pleasantly conspicuous from a liti
gious point of tew, had his griev
ances attended to, whou they dwin
dled to a remarkably smalt quan
tity. Wo loam that tho troublo between
the two tecliotis of the ltu-o-taue
people, to which some allusion was
maue lust week, was cauoed by the
arrival ut Jsuiuiu ol a ui-leaiiuu
rum Auua, which deit-gatiuu np
poiuteil two S.ifotu Ctiiefs repiu
seutatives of the i'umua. The peo
ple of Matautu armed themselves
aud proceeded to aafutu intending
to attack tue people of that place,
who look to the bush. Mutterv,
however, appear to have resumed
their normal coudltiou. Apia lie-ru.it.
rAOIFlO CASUS SEEMS NIGH.
Messrs. Sandford Fleming aud W.
Hepworth Mercer left by the steam
er Alameda to-day after having con
ducted highly importaut negotia
tion with the Government on the
matter of a Pacific telegraph cable.
Mr. Fleming is an eminent Cana
dian, whose scientific attaiumeuls
once placed him iu the position of
Fresideut of the British Association
for tho Advancement of Science.
He was the chief eugiuoer iu con
structing the Canadian Pacific Rail
way through "that sea of moun
tains" which some of those who op
posed the scheme said would tax
tho whole resources of the British
Empire for ten years to traverse by
a railway. Mr. Fleming's sorvices
to the Empire have beeu recogniz
ed by his sovereign with the decor
ation of a Companion of the
Order of tho Garter. He is au en
thusiast on the subject of a tele
graph cable between the Cana
dian coast and the Australian Colo
ales. Mr. Mercer is au experienced
diplomat from tho Colouial Ollice
of Great Britain. It is now kuowu
that the negotiations conducted by
these gontlemou with the Hawaiian
Government have been as satisfactory
as tho foreign relations of this Gov
ernment would allow. Au arrange
ment is left on record whereby, if the
United States Government givo its
consent, the British cable promoters
will obtain a long lease or the ft-e
simple of Neckor Island, lately form
ally annexed to this group, for a
cable station uudur their exclusive
control. This part of the schomu
onco ratified, tho arrangement fur
As a place of residence Ho-
in tho first place , nolulu presents advantages to
be found nowhere else in the
secondly, a direct Btation hre for j V0fld. For people who prefer
a lir.tisu cable might create o-; hj ,, atJtudes Nuuai.U, Punch
matii nlxtni'lm Rimh nn wnulil in-
definitely defer if not finally dofeat bowl Or Tantalus are places
thoBchoini. Througl.thokiudno5s;wlereresjdences ,my be built
or Mr. Damon, Minister of Finance, , ,
the Bulletin ha had acccs to the ' SO that magnificent Views of
documents resulting from tho nego- the city and bay may be had
tiat ion?, from which tho foregoing , .. n- n
faets are gathered. t times. To Others who
- - -T7TT wish to be on a level with all
uoo uabv tuis m&N ukxef
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF TIIE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
1 mankind, Aakiki
tions that please.
If there is a
WT MAiC W
Oo to the Reef for Getting
Into the Wrong House.
Sam k. Moo will have to spend ; scarcity of land it will be felt
one mouth of his earthly career iu i ii.... ...t,- .:.,, n.. cu,:,.t,
OjIiii jail, that K if his appeal is ty tllose wl1 enJy tlle sw,sn
not sustained. Moo is alleged to 0f t1e waves aong the beach
hnvo entered tho houso of Geo. , ., .. .
Freidenberg on tho morning of the aild WHCre tliey CUH Sit Mid
18th lust, about one o'clock, for i v't(,w iup omnHpnr; nf n spmi-
what purpose cannot bo surmised. VieN" ine in"ae"JS 01 a Seilll-
The tnot probable cause, according tropiC SUIiSet. There IS VCry
Wih inSed1' tnit'erimi: little available land toward Dia-
Freldenberg waj sleeping on a mat- niOIld Head and as time paSSCS
treM on tho floor when ho wa . . , , , . , ,
awakened by his feet getting caught Steps lllUSt be taken toward bet
in the mosquito net. Glancing up ter facilities for reaching points
he saw tho defendant kneeling on , ... ... .. ? ,, .
thn window sill. He raised an alarm , beyond it. It IS possible that a
audgavo chase, but was unablo to l)nj rnnfl nrnimH tlie PA
catch defendant. Moe's hat, which S0m t ,7aa. aou "a "e nea,a
had failed off, was secured by com- WOUld be 111 the llllC Of public
plaluont. Moo was found guilty ;ninr0vements mid if the hnd
and a soutonce of one mouthrs im- miprovemenis, ana, ii me iana
prisonmont was imposed. m 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
NEW POLICE HULE8.
The Marshal Introduces Sound
Marshal Hitchcock has tailed ''"Ollg tlie Dead! more
now orders requiring all ofllcers, wou(l live (iere and improve
DtUUUU IT-(l0 tlUli till IStll O IU 1 IT" .f - t It
port to him or his deputy wheu they them. Every dollar of improvc-
I'oiiio on duty aud go off. In the mnk mi'iiK sn niiirh fnr lht
absence of the Marshal and his me,llS n,caVS , b0 ,11UCn l,K
deputy the s-nior captain has the , government by way of taxa-
iitiro control of tho polico forco. iinn mi ii.ni nM clmnlrl ho
These orders aro also applicable to t,on a,U1 t,,al a'0lie SllOUIfl Dl
the olllcers and members of tho an inducement for it to CXtCIld
mouuted patrol. A section of the ' -j. . ..!... : :.. ,--..:i.u
rules requires all members of the j Wherever it IS possible,
uiounted patrol who are on night , Ever sillCC We Started busi
(luly to report to the Marshal or his , , .
demitlos at S o'clock sharo overv HCSS WC have ailllCd to SCCUrC
evening. Tho only excuses for ab
elltfes will be sickness aud permis
sion from tho Marshal.
Mr. John A. Scott, Manngcr of the Hilo Sugar Company, gives the follow
ing wonderful record of tho workinc of the NATIONAL CANE StlltED-
DEH, which was eivclcd by their works ut the commencement of the crop
" During the past week tho Hilo Sugar Compa'ny's mill exceeded any of
its former rccnnlm by closing the 125 hours grinding with an output of 300
toil!'. This is fully 10 percent more than the best work of former yetrs.
"The three roller mill being 20 in. by 54 iu. iind the two roller mill 80 in.
by 00 in. '1 he first mill doing this amount of work in nn efficient manner
n ml with great ciirc, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of the cuuu by tho National Gang Shredder, recently erected by
"And by its tue the extraction has been increased from 3 percent to 5 per
cent on all kinds of cane, unit iu sonic cares 80 percent has been reached;
the average being 75 to 78 percent, according to quality.
"I continue to find the incgu? from hrcildcd cane better fuel than from
"'I ho shredder bus been working day and night for seven months and has
given inn eiitiie ratiri'action, having shredded during thai time about seventy
thmi'aud tons of cane, mid a large part of it b.iug hard ra toons.
"The chreddcr and cnclne rcuuire very little caro or it'leutinn."
riaus ami spcciliciiinm, of these bliicddcrs may be teen at the olllcc of
WTkl G. IRWIN ik CO., La..
HV A arn" tnr th ftfnatUm lifmiiU
such goods as we believed to
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
Yw, wo nrounhiff tntfv n ' olTered to the public almost as
Hound Trip '1 iVkt to the ' soon as it is introduced in he
Volcano to the person biimj-1 United States or Europe. One
ins in tho pvutiat number of;0f the latest is the Metallic Re
our bnlvH Ch,ck on I), com-1 frigerator for use ln tie bed
bur 2btii. Wo t-aUi'il on Mv. & ... ., . . .. . . ,
Uhosi., the GoikmmI Passenger r0?m' ,We wk. thls ,s a god
Agent ol tho Volcano II ouue miug uecause it ODViaies ine
Company, at li'n Touristn' ' necessity of people going to
HciuUpmrters, "VVilliamh' Gl- ( the kitchen or pantry for milk
Kry, und have made arrange-1 or anything else that is needed
incuts with him, bo that our ' lur;n (h j ,t p t,
repro'iitative can go up with ,"nft l, , ,,U. Vi . 5
iho Thos. Cook & Sons' Ex- who '' luncheon in their bed
ctirs.on from tho Coast, con- ( room. late at night it is indis
fissting of twenty-fivo people, j pensible, as it is admirably ar
leaving hero .January 29th, if ranged to hold a large cold bot
you so defcira or at any other tie to go with a small warm
u-iio. We on aii mucous that bird. The price of this novelty
whncvcr ronrorbiiiH uh on ihw ' . . anu i 'n
trip hlmll have all the phasuro J low e"ouh to put it within
there h in u, us wo uro to have u,c ,cal-,, u tvciyunc.
iuiu, wuii lavorauio rates lor nit-s
sages to the llawaiiau Government,
people, aud press. The necessity
for United States sauction to tho
scheme is found in a clauso of tho
reciprocity treaty butweeu thi conn
try aud lh United States, reserving
permission of tho Aiuuricau Got em
inent to any cession of territory
made by Hawaii to any other cotui
try. Ou tho part of tho promoters
Mr. Fleming proposed tales of
a shilling a word for ordinary,
niiiepeuco for Government, and
Upeucv for press cablegrams, It
you know, that by our Quick
aaiuH and bmall rrolit fys-
that it enat'li
As we have mentioned seve
ral times before, the Wertheim
to.u of doing business you Triplex Sewing Machine is the
get the most tor your mou.y,best :., the worM u :, fhe
only machine that will change
the stitch from chain to lock
without bothering with a sepa-
'H you to buv
among the great variety oi
goods in our Imo.
Equipoise Waists, cheap-
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or than over, and speaking rate and bungling attachment,
about liquipoic and Compro-1 U is the only one we know of
nu.o WtiUt. thoy combmo, that Will sew three stitches by
COHSr.rrWAISTanTa ! ? a humb screw"
COU.-sE'L1 COVEH. ,Jhey,Nor do we know of any that
afford tho same hurt support ,ias such magnificent tables as
that a regulur boned coroet J those on the Wertheim. Every
does. Tho bone pockets are part of the mechanism is con-
to arranged tint bones can structed with a view to simpli-
uo removi'd or rciiisorh'H at ., . . r
For New Stock of Furniture
Dally Mctcl on the Wilder" and ths "Andrew Welch"
3T Then Yon See With Your Own Eyes "
IHIOIDIp So CO.,
N"o. 'Z-l ICixis Street
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SE50.
any tiino without any lipping
city; the running parts are so
evenly balanced that a five year
old child can run it with ease.
The necessity for water motors
Litdios who find it uncom
fortable to wear tho ordinary
Coraei, and still cannot do or dvnamos for sewintr nu.
without some Hipport will , chines died with the introduc-
l&rS'rS," f WertMm. We
eorets-thev fit nurlectlv. sel1 them for less money than
ther includes tho laying of a brnutdUVo have them in all Hi.es. , yu Pay 'or an ordinary hard
cable from Neckor IBlaud to HonoTl'Ju.y uru jst the thing to running 0I1C Stitch SCWl'llg ma-
wear on the Volcano Tnp. chine and we would like to put
fC-tsr fcuve all your rfalo one in your home.
CheekH. Ion may bo the iinic tm.. nnr:...i..ri....
wiiiv. jj.i pui i ic 11 nil i j i will l
liver fluke we would suggest
II. b KlILKTtS Ai CO.
ABI'lIOIAI. Mlir.TINO OFTIIK HUV
l.M lllllTt I I m will tin hl'lll Ul till'
t.'lialllllrr Of I llllllliunu ItlHilil lit "t'M V, M,,
O t I", mi. for tli iurHiMi nl ricoivliiK
lliu report nf III iiimmltHii npixilntril In
ilr.ili ArililiK u' Inciiri'O'iilliiii, iiIhi iIih
rci'irt f tlm miIh lll"K ciiiiniil !('. llvitry
iiii-iiilxtr Is rupii'Hli'il in I m i ri'triil. IVr
orJir. O. K. IIOAItDMAN,
Q.r, ilKsiCK,8ocrtry, 1101-31
that you purchase an Improved
Stone Filter from us. The "S.
G. Wilder" brought us a lot of
them in assorted sizes.
The Hawaiian Hardware Go, Ltd,
OjiK)fclto KiireckoU' Mock,
OOV VORT MTMICICT,
New Goodtk ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock I
Hoi.in oak mcnitooM ukth,
80KAB, U1UNOK8, WAKDKORK8,
MIUUORS, MOOLDINOH, KW BTa
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
I'er Ko'l ot 40 Ysrds, $13.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Matnal 76.
Bucreiiora to O. K. WlllUmi.)
AND 611 KING- STREET
411 NUUAND 8TBEET.
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.,
No. 70 Queen Street.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Corner rort Sm Hotel 3u
Prom Rfoeit Direct ImytrlaUfM
Tho Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
a. L.A!R.Gra A8SORTMXNT.
Irapoiltr anil Dealer in Eoropat Dry aafl Fancy Goods
Lilles' WureH of nrery Uesorlpllon. Alio, fresh line ot Chinese Goods,
Pongee & Wliite Sills. Fajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings I
BuRt Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepo Shawla, Etc.
gar Fit QrurantfKd. Prices Moderate, -mi
" M:-u.t,iLl Teleplioiie CSS -
Ooinmeroial -:- Saloon JTheoiophical Lectnre!
MARKY KLEMME, Mtnagtr.
Cor, Nuiunu A. llrrrln'fii 8ts , Jlono'u'u.
TheOflly Spjulug HiusiIdTowu.
O. P. S. a Specialty
Lohengrin Liger Beer
A ways on Draught. 2 blasts fr 25c
lit it ol Winn, Liquor nd Cigars
Lecture will he
JJm. M. M. THIHliU
Oil FRIDAY EVKNING, Oct. 10th,
At III" Theovinhlral Hall, corner ot
Nuusnu and MdiIiih stieuts, Iu
Door will onn at 7 o'o'ock. Ucttire to
hoiiiiiihihu iriim.tly at H o'clock All sru
bubjunt ol the Lecture will be
"ThooBophy and Morale."
FINEST IIST FJLiA.'VOPi
Of any imported. JiiBt received by
HOLIiISTBR te OO.