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FRIDAY, OCT. 19, 18JH.
TiicniiiAV, Oot. 1.
S 8 Alftmctla. Morpo, todays from Hjdnry
v a Auckland and Samoa
Friday, Oct. 10.
8 B Alamrda, Morre, tor Ban Francisco at
11 :30 a in
Veuela leaving To-morrow.
Am bklne B (1 Wilder, Bclimldt, for San
Frnclcont li tn
Btmr Hawaii for mU on Hawaii at 12 m
From Bvilncv and Auckland, rer 8 R
Alameda, Oct 18 Jas McOrmnck, K
Froetitci. HEP Taylor. J L I.tird mul
wife, M B Glinioro, Sir l)r Uurnaby, J H
Gny, and 20 In transit.
For Ban Fraticlco, ner 8 8 Alsmcda, Oct
19-Mrs It Dlfkun, J K Harkfeld. Kit
Hendry, K 11 Mcdtocker andwtftt, Ml'cs
Afongi3t, J W l.u In and wife, J Italpli.
A l.lndstrom, It Bkcel, Ms Bkeel, A V
Uaulter, H 1' Whitley, MN A Nuinnann
8 Fleming, Mr Mptcer, U K M ilntncy, it 0
Wallace F J Wood, A It Walker, EO
Winston, 1' J Naone.
Tho barkcntlne B O. Wilder, 0ilnlii
Bclimldt, will Icavu for Ban Franc's o at
noon to-morrow in biliHst. It la (irobalil
Captain Bclunldt will still lie In cou.nutid
wbeii the 8. O. Wilder return
The 8. B. Alameda took the following
cargo for Ban Franctnco from 'lit wm:
100 unebs bananas blied by F. F 1'orler;
MHbnchsdo, Y. I.um nliitt; 17' Ivichitlo,
Ubai Wilcox; 1010 bnebs do, Campbell,
Mnr. ball A !o j 111 bnebs do, It. Wlf.a d;
20ibnclisdo. lla'.cbulor Allay; 'iSJbnclis
do, Tropical Fruit Co.; 150 luntiii do, O.o
Lycuridis; 31 lixiiilniMilWi ncm. Jno Kid
well Domestic vnlne, ir,W.
The H. . Alamcla arrived yc-trrdy
evening from the Cnloul a. I'uri-r But
ton's memo of tlio voyage Uas follow)
Discharged Sydney pilot Oetoli-r 1st at
p. tti.; ktopM)j for Auckland pl'ot Oct. ''Ill
at 6 ti. in ; tlls"liar eil Auckland pilot Uct
obtr (itli at '2:43 p in. J stotip d oir Aia
October I tth at7a. tn.t tnlkvl from AiiU
October lllli at 3:30 p in.; stopjl f r
Honolulu pilot October 1m li at 0:17 p. m
lletwoen tlix latl'tidMof M (leg. 8 audUl
ilejt. 8. enciiurttvrt-d benvy N 12 polo-, with
a roagli tea Hove to thirty lnnif. At
Apia struck a lieavy savll roflh K Intotl.o
harbor, which caused an nxtm drlay In
A POINTER !
The rmny season is com
ing, and if you wunt to hIu d
water like u duck you nuibt
be provided with a, Rain
Cout. 1 lmvo just received
a new invoice of I.U'iiert'
English Mackintoshes in
fuct, I (dial I make n lender
of these goods tor thi next
few weeks and at such prices
that I expect to see every
ludy in Honolulu properly
clad for winy weather.
will not hi' worn iu muddy
weather. The reason is
apparent and doesn't need
will probably take the place
of the white out s for the
next tow montiiH. and to
mutch these I have an ele
gunt Hue of Tun Stocking
in numerous bhudes.
Oh, yen, Trimmed or Un
trimuicdV Untrimmcd ! All
right. Just nick out the
shape. They are all new
and tho very latest. After
you have selected one that
suite your peculiar style of
beauty I will introduce you
to our expert milliner, who
will help you ticket tho
trimming and I guuranteo
to fniir.h you a hut that you
won't be ashumed of.
always doing this and thi-i
time I think 1 huve hit the
nail by laying in' a frei-h
supply of Lu dies' and
Children's Uudervcsts from
Corset Waists will make
an acceptable increase to
your wardrobe. AVe have
looks so pretty
around a lady's wai-t (ex
cept an arm) as one of our
Belts. 1 have both Silk
and Leather with new de
bigns of Buckles. If you
don't believe nio come mid
try one on (not the arm
but the Belt).
J. J. KG AN,
fU Fort street
LOOAX. AHD OKHXBAX OTCWS.
A bark is off Koko Head this after
noon. H. B. M. S. Hyacinth was engaged
J. F. Hackfelri left again on the
Alameda today for the Coast.
The Dailoy company did thern
seve3 "proud nil around last night.
If you want anything in the line
of Dry Goods, call at
M. S. Levt's.
'Our Bojh" will bo the side-shaker
at tho Opera House totuorrow oven-totf-
The S. S. Alameda brought oight
pa!ungcr8 from tho Colonies for
The HvalauiHoat Club wilt meet
this evMiiing, aud a full attendance
The Alnmeda was a day ahead of
her contract time in reaching Auck
land last down trip.
Among the through cargo on tho
S. S. Atauieda are twenty boxes of
gold, containing $500,000.
Sandford Fleming and .Mr. Mercer
left by the S. S. Alameda to-day on
their way to Washington.
The N'orris property at Kahuku
will Im sold at auction by Marshal
Hitchcock at noon to-morrow.
Chocolat-Mo'jier, the finest eating
ch'H'olato made. For sale only at
the "Elite Ice Cream Parlors."
Tho Government baud played at
the departure of the S. S. Alamoda
for San Fraucirco this morning.
The Hotel affair has boon spokon
of everywhere, but, still more, what
the public speaks of is about those
cheap prices at M. S. Levi's.
Niirel Jackson paraded tho streets
yenturday dressed iu a striped con
vict suit, ni a walkitig advertisement
tor "The Iilauk Flag?
Mrs. M. M. Thirds will lecturo in
TheoFophy hall this evening on
' rhfosiiphy aud Morals." The pub
liu is cordially invited.
J. V. Lulling, with Mrs. Liming,
left by tho S. 8. Alameda today for
San 1 rnuci'i-o, and his mauy friends
breathe sighs of relief.
The S. S. Alameda took '2411
bunches of bananas for San Fran
ci?co to-day. A quantity gos to
Portland, Or., by way of Sau Fran
cisco. By the Alameda from Samoa the
California Fruit Market rocoivod
rmooth cayeiiue pineapple plants,
the fruit of which grows from 15 lb.
to 20 lb. weight; also '25,000 limes.
Geo. Mclutyro has opened a new
grocery store on Nuunuu, between
Hotel aud King streets. He will
keen a wood stock and aim to kIvo
complete satisfaction to all his customers.
E. It. Hendry, tho energetic man
ager of the U'twaiiau Hardware Co.,
was a passenger by the S. S. Ala
meda to-day. Mr. Hendry goes
abroad iu the interest of his com
pany. O. R. HarriHon, practical piano
tud organ maker and tuner, eau fur
uinh lont factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
reive prompt attention. All work
,uarautoed to It the aanin a done
The Chiiiamau who was arrested
by Captain 1'atker on Tuesday last
with twenty-four tins of opium lu
THAT KONA TRAGEDY.
Supreme Court Decisions Circuit
Court at Chambers.
A unanimous decision of the Su
preme Court, by Justice Frear, has
been filed in Kailiauu and Lea vs.
Kaue, surviving defendant. It is
on exceptions from a verdict for
plaintiffs on a third trial. The
Court overrules the exceptions, hold
ing as follows: "A new trial should
not be granted for an erroneous re
jection of evidence of such slight
itnportnuco that thore is no reason
to believe that a new trial, if grant
ed, would result differently, espe
cially after two juries have already
rendered the same verdict." A.
Ilosa for plaintiffs; A. S. Hartwell
Justice Bickerton is author of tho
unanimous opinion of tho Supreme
Court in the caso of James B. Cas
tle, Collector-General of Customs,
vs. 200 Casks of Shoytt and Other
Goods alleged to be the Property of
S Ozaki. The goods came by the
S. S. Gaelic from Japau and were
seized by tho Collector-General on
tho grottnd of false invoice. The
Circuit Court dismissed the libel on
the ground of Want of jurisdiction.
It is now decided by the Suprotne
Court, that "the aloa to tho Juris
diction should have been over-ruled
and the decree aud order dismissing
the libel now appealed from should
be reversed." The principle of law
established is thus stated: "An alle
gation of a seizure of goods by the
Collector Genoral for tho purporo
of confiscation is sufficient to give
tho Admiralty Court jurisdiction
over the goods, without a further
averment that the goods aro still in
his possession and without a further
seizure by tho Marshal under Sec.
C07 Cotnp. Laws." W. O. Smith,
Attorney-General, for libellaut; O.
W. Ahford for libollee.
Judge Whiting has examined and
approved the accounts of J. A. Ma
goon, guardian of Susan Brash. In
answer to tho Court, tho guardian
explained his excoediug of tho in-
coin, ihowaruuau boon danger
ously ill and heavy medical and
nursing expenses were consequently
incurred. Sho refusod to go to the
hospital, aud anyway received the
kindest of treatment at the Central
Judge Whiting has ordered letters
of administration to issux to Mrs.
Fanny B. Nichols, under $500 bond,
for the estate of the late Sarah Ann
Rioters Punished by Both Fine and
John Gaspar, the man who incited
Japanese laborers to resist arrest at
Koua, causing a row in which one
Japanese was killed ami an officer
wounded, was found guilty of aiding
in resisting arrest at the Kohala
Circuit Court. Ho was fined fo00
aud sentenced to twenty-four hours
imprisonment. A Japanese luna
who took a prominent part in the
affair was sentenced to pay a fino of
1200 and be imprisoned twenty-four
hours. Six other Japanese laborers
were fined $7i each with similar im
prisonment. Those are tho people
who resisted the order to leave cer
tain coffee lands in Kona, other
members of the "hul" objecting to
Gapar's action in taking off the
We offer this week a very nice
assortmont of Ginghams, at 12 yards
for $1.00. M. S. Levt.
Mr. Paul M.eber.H
his charge, pleaded guilty to having
the same unlawfully iu possession iu
the Dint nut uourt to-uay and was
touteucod to pay a lino of $100.
KAMEHAMEHA OIRL8' B0IIO0L
riMIK KIItST TKItM OF KAMKIIA.
J. MKIU UIIIU ritlliMII. loll MU.N.
DAY, IuY. 1'- li. AiiiMtiina fur muni"
kiim nixy tin uMir.-ul tn Minn l'ori: tl'h.r
t KNIIIHlk.N M iihinI, (I hi t'x llu-
w'ii, KimlrKf'i! K'Miiii, (iifPii Kuiii n
1UII, HiiirUny iniiriiiii;4 I urn II in I'J
litre N'la will i iiil tn in. ft hiM
osnti. I'll iu t'on l I'ilty if '0i ll.ii hi a
A cricket match, tho last of this
season's games, will be played to
morrow afternoon on the Makiki
ground, but ween an eleven from U.
li. M. S. Hyacinth, aud the H. C. C.
Owing to the few hours of daylight
now, play will be called at 2 JJ0 p. m.
Mr. Iionlierg has had the mis-
forluuo to lose n fiue Marin stallion,'
oi which n good ileal was thought
by homouiou. The horse was driven
around town yesterday, but on re
luming to Wuialao ranch took in
flammation of the bowels aud died
at i o'clock this morning.
The uut enmo off a front wheol of
one of Smith's buBses yesterday
eveuing, when tho vohiclo was ou its
way from Palama. Just as the bus
came to a stop near Fort street the
wheel came off and the bus went
down. The driver aud those who
sat ou the front seat were rolled out,
but were not injured.
Chas Ferroirn, Ohas. Young and
Win. KobiiiHon, three boys, eutered
the l'ohukaiua Girls' School ou
Tuesday last, and got away with
Home pencils, chalk aud a penknife.
Iho hoys were appreheuded yester
day aud, on the missing articles be
iug returned, they were reprimand
ed today and discharged.
Joe Samoa, the man who got
away with loaves of bread from
lloru'H bakery wagon yesterday, was
Honteuced to twenty-four hours' im
priKouiueut at hard labor to-day for
luri-eiiy. Samoa claimed that the
driver of the bread wagon owed him
twenty five cents change, and he
took the bread in its stead.
The wife of a (imminent Portu
guese merchant died at the lusaue
Asylum Inst night, and the funeral
took placH this afternoon. The
I'nrtuguciMi baud letl the procession
from the Asylum to the Catholic
Church, and later to the cemetery
on King btiei-t. The woman had
been at the Asylum a number of
W, Mospiimu hn placed on exhi
bition iu the Hawaiian News Co'h
window, a Hue sample of n encum
ber It was grown at Knlihl at the
fertilizer winks, the Feed being the
common (Mieutiibir sold by Uhiueso
vegetable venders, Cucumbers grown
outside the fertilizer works were not
a quarter of l ho size of thoiu grown
ou the premises,
They Were Diviner for Money in the
Eight youngstors ranging from
nine to fourteen years of ago wore
brought to tho Station by officer
Win. Maxwell at noon to-day. Tho
lads are in tho habit of play
ing "hokoy" from school when for
eign steamers arrive or are about to
leave, aud go down to tho wharf to
uive lor com. The teachers com
plained of tho uuisnuce and tho olll
cer to-day lay in wait for tho boys
on tho Oceania wharf. There were
not so mauy dlvors for coin nt the
departure of tho S. S. Alameda,
several of the boys no doubt having
got wind oi tho ollicors intentions.
After the Alameda got clear of tho
wharf and was steaming out of tho
harbor, tho yotiug truauts swam to
the wharf only to be confronted by
olllcer Maxwell, who had taken pos
Bexsion oi tuetr clothes. They were
ordered to put ou their duds and
were inarched to tho Police Station,
where a charge of truancy was eu
tered opposite their names. One
young fellow said that his teacher
had told him to go down to the
wharf and mako some money.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 aud 50
cents per night; $1 aud $1.25 per
All Run Down
AlwaysTlred, Slooplosa and
Blood Vltatlzod and Strength Re
newed by Hood'a Saraaparllla.
"d. Hood .' Co., Lowell, Mm.i
Tor ncoulo ot Jcau, I w.ii (ubject to tttU
tnji snjrthln; but roo1. I slways felt tired, I
could not tlip at night and llio llttl I could
est did not seem to benefit me sny.
I Did Not Havo Any Ambition
to jo around or work ami In fact wai not able te
do n good day's work. 1 happened to pick up a
circular embracing ndrertlicmcntt and tciu
nionUb) (or Hood's Barsaparllla, and alter read-
Inj themdccMcd to (Ire flood's Raruparllla a
trl.il. I havo taken Ore tmttle and mutt ir
tint I lure derived wonderful benefit from Itaud
Feci Like a Now Man.
I nnuM recommend It to all itifTercr and would
urge litem nut to lietluto but to decide at once
1113 Nurlli Tf ntli Street, liendlni. l'enn)lvinda.
Hood'a P!!!3 tire prompt nnd efficient, jet
eay In uctluti. KjI J ly oil dru suliu. Oc
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole Agent for Mm Itcpnlilln of llnwnll.
Grocery v Store
32 NUUANU HTUKET,
llttweun Hotel and Klni; Htrict, next to
Has opened a Kimt-claxs Oroto'y Rlo-e
an nlxivo. Hu will kti'p alMuys ou baud
the Heat and Krenlieat
American and Eglhh Groctries
Cutmed Goods, Etc.,
do his het to pk'ain
I'lircliaHes delivered to all narU
of the CIy.
lviE-u.t-u.al Tolopliori.0 257.
A Strong Horse
Ifl THE RESULT Or CSINO
A FKES1I SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Ju.t Arrived per "H. O. Wilder."
(MIX AND HKK US.
CALIFORNIA PGED GO.
I'HiniHr (idh-ii V Nniuiiu Hi
An invoice of the
Water just received
direct from the Springs
in Shasta, California.
1 'Shasta'' is the
finest minoral water
in the world. It is
used in every leading
hotel and on all the
railway dining cars in
the United States.
Queen of all
ters; blends perfectly
with liquor of all
kinds, and io a natural
relief for all disor
ders of tho stomach,
kidneys and liver
For sale by all drug
gists end the trado
UACFABLAI'E d CO. LTD,
Sole Agonta for tho
HuMtllcn Io) ai'.da .
USINESS Like Life
Is What You Make It!
"We ore making it decidedly lively, by keeping
everlastingly at it, evolving the bargains that
make businuPH. AVe have just made a . . .
Sweeping Reduction in Ladies' Waists I
We are determined to clear them out.
Our $2.25 WaiMt will go for $1.25 and $1.50.
Our $3.50 Waist will go for $2.50.
These are well nude and good fitting ; wo have at present full line of aliea.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for lficts.
fo' 11. in J are going very fust. If yoti want any yon muat come soon.
The tame with
Our 50cts. Silk, in Stripes and Solid Colors.
We hare Just a few lengths left. Har yon Men
Our Ladies' Ohemise at SBcts?
This li exceptional valtte, trimmed with Linen lAce anil well made.
620 Fort 8tret,
C-2 JczL 5,
Everybody liken it, because
offered to the Public with a
of its Merit.
JUST THINK OF IT
it is a Thirst
lJriuk and is
Delicious Summer Beverage
FOR 25 CENTS!
Hires Root Beer
523 Fort Strep,!, Honolulu.
between China and Japan
will caitHC pricri for their
silk f.ibricH to go higher; no
country can light mid wunvo
silk at the sutuu time. The
price hiis already advanced
and the pamrs state that
the war U likely to be "on"
for two or three years. It
behooven the careful buyer
to purchnse now Wo had
an imincuHc Htock of Japa
noHe Goods ordered before
vi ar was declared, coiihc
oucntlv we can contimn' to
Bell at the old price- as long
as our present stock holds
out, and then the Wr will
force prices up. Our last
consignment cmnists of Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
and plain ; Morning Gowns
for Ladies and Gi-nts, U
Kimonos, Smoking Jack
et, Sik Pajamas, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shadi s, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., eic.
Hotel 8'. (Arlington llluulc),
Mm. J. 1'. 1'. Cnti ai-ii, 1'ruprletrcM.
Is now a favorite
for Ladies and
Persons to whom it gives Freshness
and embonpoint. It his solved the problem
of medicine by imparting strength and pure
blood, which soon gives a per-on a clear and
Effervescont Too! Exhilarating!
Just tha Thing to Build Up the Confttitatiun i
It is Wholesome aud Strengthening. Pure
Blood, free from Boils or Carbuncles, General
Good Health, results of drinking Hires Koot
Beer the year round.
Sample Glass Free at Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
& ALL THIS WEEK !
I. J. I.K.VEY,
W. H. PAILKY,
FOU SAI.K -A l.th n "ore) on Wll
tier Aviuif ; (Iiiuii HoU'O, tlrhi-cUs
i in ovo.iiuuU l,fl.
I?OltSAI.K-W AiT""1 "I Ooo. rcll.e
1 l.uii'l, fnnii: H vi iiiIIib fr.tni town-
Uotu Tia.iti'iioNKrf 121.
1?Olth.I.K ll'ilrtlile liuiirovM l'ni..
1 irty on I'nnii iimioI nirie, nonr I'll
lui'H WaU, - l.ol, 'J llolieii "I'J'ilnliiK-fi,um.
L'OII HAI.K-llnii'e ami lot, Ulili-ktn
r Hit m... huliie, tlonrli llniv, it ., ut
1?OU ItCNT-rnrtiitlie.) ' I'lirnrnUlinl
1 Hon u. In u nrtn ol tluu'liy,
KW K 1 1 i u 1 i'
iw roar hnuir.T,
In flurlt'i Bliu Hun'. uip l
DAIIEV'S STOCK COMPANY.
Saturday, Oct. 20th:
TUr Ortat KhrIIhIi t'omnly
Another Ornt l.niijjli I'riivoki1 I
POPULAR PR.ICEJS I
llux I'lan uiicn at tli oilluu of 1.. J.
Temple of Fashion
610 ort Street
Clearance Sale for One Week !
Beginning Saturday, October 13th.
Elver-vtiiing at a. Saorifioe
rS !EB LOCAL COLUMN.
m:. C3-. SlLiVA, - - Proprietor.
O. B DWIOHT
l)ot ll klnilB of Work lu
C-ment & Stone Siduwks & Garbing
ArrouxKV at law.
iHrw niiiiiily of (Jlii.
Hi' Iiiikiiii liHiiit a
iin.o Uriin tn Curl) mul aiwny. ki'iii llu
t lun Citrhliii; buiuo htiniH'H Kivrn
mul lovstsi nt cs. tmmiip.l. Ilil Tttf tluii
It 111 Vfil
to I'.' Mrrcliunt
llMUNO MY AUKr.M'K I'ltOM Tlllt
The Euruptau Lunch Rooms
CHOCK hIMl, lniirlftor,
llnli'l Hlru'l, iii'arly oiolti Itctlnl
First-G!as Metis at MoJtraio Prlc s
At nil Hiiiim.
Ilmii .Mr llnrui'ii (I. I riihiMi i.iiniy
ii'.i'iiit fur nil
iiiillmrli il til rerrlvx mul
mini o iiuu mul iiaIhk In nif, J. W. 1 . 1 1 1 -
liiu ut in v nlllro tin li Mivi'iniu-r il. IVJI.
nt whli'li iUt I mill iH'ritiiiiiilly iiliiinl,
J W. i.u: SI Ml.
Uunolulu, Okt. 17, (bill. ilUVIm
lb iihimiy iivi:n' that
litllll. Iiu'illll"! tin. I rilKilmi K.i.
Iii.ui will Im. nt lul liy Mr Jim. I'. Mnr.
u.m, nml nil iiutpliiinlhiK nrumnt it u the
1'riit rum Hiilimii mul ilm julililiu Iihii.h nf
Im It. I'l'l' lip III lllf UlhlVll lIlllH MTO lltVdllle
t.iMr I.. II. Dm. All liilU ui!snt (.. M.
Din ilt'it iirovnl iiniiiiilliitiilv fur imy
I'li'iu. U 11, 1)1.1,
llouululu, Oct, 3, 1H1. llU'Sm
Bryant & Aloha
Tliu niiiltlk!iiHi Iikvb rf(ilvil Xats,
mul Vmiixl AkMirtni'iit ot
HJto , Hlto , Bta ,
I'llMI'HIHIMI Till. LATENT IIK(IN. IN
Dress Goods, Etc.
ai-ho a riai. mwk oi-
Domestics, Gottmudeg, Etc.,
To whluti li.WM!tlou li Invito!.
H. HACKPELD & GO.
Daily iinltrltn 60 cnfi wr munth,