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SATURDAY, OCT. 20, 1894
m: Ablins news
Friday. Oct. II).
Britbk Cmlzow Forrrst, Atclniifs, 48ilayi
from Newcastle, N 8 V
Hati'riiay. Oct. 'JO.
Btmr Mukolll from Mnttl. tanni ami Mulo
Btmr J A Cummin from Koolau
Stmr Iwalnnl from Ktuial
Am bklno S U Wilder, Schmidt, for San
Frxiiclsco nt 1' in
Blmr Hawuil for jxjrtfl on Hawaii at 12 m
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Btmr KbaIa for Kahuktt and l'mmluu at
Btmr Jns Makco for Kaput At 4 i m
Btmr J A Cummin for Koolau
Stmr Walmaunlo for Kmitti
From Kanat, per stmr Iwalanl, Oct "0
Th ttcamrrs Knnlit and Jntiie Malice
Intra for tliolr regular ports on .Monday.
The llrltlsh bark Cndzow Forrest, Cop
tain Mcliinu, arrived oil" port ywiierditr
afterunon, -IHdaya Ir-un Nuwc.istle, N S
W., wltli raitiii of Dili'kuiillvld roll for
W. 0. Irwin ,V Co. The hark Is docked ht
the O. 11 A li. Co's wliarf
HEAt.ANI BOAT CLUB.
LOCAL AND GENERAL STEWS.
S. S. Monowai will bo due from
San Francisco on the 25th Inst.
In a Prosperous Con
Tim lloalaoi Boat Club hold a
pedal meeting in thu Chamlx'r of
Couituorco ystordny for tho pur
nonu of iticorporatiuf the club.
Owing to certain mviitiona having to
bo uiadu to tho articles of incorpor
ation, action on adopting the mimo
was continued for one wouk, Tho
club was never so prosperous n It in
now, mo amount aireany suincnuun
being 4T30UO. lMnre thu meeting,
which was largely attended, ad
journed it wan decided by unani
mous couseut to name the club the
llealaui Yacht and Boat Club. The
members are pushing the work of
having tho now boathouso built, and
when sufllcitMit money has been sub
scribed to complete furnishing to
tho club house, active work will be
begun. There is every prospect of
12000 more being subscribed.
Wo offer this week a very nice
assortment of Ginghams, at 12 yards
for f 1.00. M. S. Lew.
A POINTER !
The miny season is com
ing, and if yon want to slud
water like a duck ) on must
be provided with a linin
Coat. I have just received
a new invoice of Ladies'
English Muck in toshes in
fact, I shall make a leader
of these goods tor the next
few weeks and at such prices
that 1 expect to see every
lady in Honolulu properly
clad for r.iiuy weather.
will not he worn in muddy
weather. The reason is
apparent and doesn't need
will probably take the place
of tlie white out s for the
next few months, and to
match these I have an ele
gant line of Tan Stocking
in numerous shades.
Oh, yes, Trimmed or.Un
trimuiedV Lntrinimcd! All
right. Just pick out the
shape. They are all new
and the very latest. After
you have selected one that
suits your peculiar style of
beauty I will introduce you
to our expert millim r, who
will help you tok-ct the
trimming and I guarantee
to finihh you a hat that you
won't be ashamed of.
always doing this and th'n
time I think 1 have hit the
nail by laying in a freuh
sunnlv of Ladies' and
Children's Undervests from
Corset Waists will make
an acceptable increase to
your wardrobe. We have
Nothing looks so pietty
around a lady s wai-t (ex
cept an arm) as one of our
Holts. 1 have both Silk
and Leather with new de
bigus of Hucklew. If you
don't believe me come and
try one on (not the arm
but the Hell).
J. .1. KG AN,
CM Fort btreet.
If you wnnt anything in tho lino
of Dry Goods, call at
Dr. Raymond has been appointed
Government physician at Koloa,
William White "will assume tho
duties of purser on the W. G. Hall
on Tuesday next.
Chocolat-Monlor. tho finost eating
chocolate made. For salo only at
tho "Elito Ice Cream Parlors."
The Waiauae Co. will hold its an
nual meeting at the ofllco of C. O.
BVrgfr ou Wednesday next at 10
The steamer Wnitnanalo has been
subjected to a general overhauling,
and will leave for potts on Kauai ou
The Pacific Wheelmon will start
out for a ride about town at 4 o'clock
this afternoon, from the King street
Dr. Myers will have charge of the
Goveriiiii'nt diionpary during tho
absence of Dr. Howard, tho Govern
Tho Hotel alTair has been spoken
of everywhere, but, still more, what
tlio public speaks of is annul tnoso
cheap prices at M. S. Levy's.
Solid silver hat pins will bo given
away (gratis) during the opening of
(all milliuery at X. S. Sachs. Ladies,
now is your clianco.
Tlicro will bo a cricket match lo
tweeu the local eleven and a team
from H. B. M. S. Hyacinth ou tho
Hi-creation grounds this aftornoou.
Dr. Hutchius will load tho praiso
service at the Young Men's Christian
Association to-morrow evening. Sub
ject, "Tho open doorway," John 10;
The St. Andrew's Church Fair
will take placoou Nov. 21th. Tho
ladies who have tho alTair in hand
are working hard to make it a sue-
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
aud N'uuatiu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; 51 aud 1 2o per
The Arlin . ton Hotel has a card
in this issue which shows not only
the enterprise of tho genial proprie
tor but thu true character of his
Thero will b a special meeting of
the Leilani Boat Club on Monday
evening next, at 7:30 o'clock, in tho
basement of thu Hawaiian liotol.
A full attendance is desired.
A temporary lanai is being built
ou the Kawaiahao Church grounds
where services will bo held while re
pairs are being made to tho roof of
the Kawaiahao Church. Tho roof
was recently condemned.
G. It. Efarrison, practical piano
and orgau maker ami timer, ran fur
uish let faetory references. Orders
led at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
I'linrtnt! to lw the same a done
Opening of fall millinery will be
gin to-night at X. S. SucW store,
and will be continued next week.
Ladles should not miss this oppor
Utility of learning the latest fall
styles in headgear as well as tho
new fall colon.
The Japanese residents are mak
ing preparation) for a grand cele
bration to take place on November
lid, tho birthday of tho Emperor of
Japan. An army of Japs in uniform
will march to tho Japanese Consul
ate in military style.
In tho District Court today Ioola
was fined $20 for assault ami battery,
Ah Lung wni sentenced to one
mouth's imprisonment at hard labor
for opium unlawfully iu possession,
aud five ('hltieHo gamblers were given
thu usual fine of f 10. Tho eight
truant u arrested yesterday were re-
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
"Our Boys" at the Opera House
The Government band will play
at Emma Squaro this afternoon.
Thirteen gamblers, all Japanee,
were pulled in last night by Captain
Hookauo and aids.
Surgeon H. A. Bakor, of the S. S.
City of Pekin, has applied to the
Board of Health for a position as
Government physician iu any dis
trict of the islands.
The coffee plantation of Mr. Men
donca at Kaneohe, Koolau, is in a
flourishing condition, tho trees hav
ing attained good and healthy
growth. Coffee seems to be tho
THE SALVATION ARMY.
"" - a '
JUIss Katie Koscorant
Worst Case tho
tors Ever Saw
They Will Hoik Out In the Central
Tho Salvation Army will hold out '
in the Central Uuion Church to
morrow evening, and tho subject
will bo "How They Work aud Who
Gets tho Money." Since the arrival
of the Salvationists a goodly number
of converts havo been enlisted, aud
these will assist at tho services. The ,
services will be conducted by Adju-
taut and Mrs. Egner, assisted by
Captain Trimmer and Lieutenaut I
This evening tho army will hold
a meeting at tho barracks for "re
formed drunkards," at 7:30 o'clock.
"Our Boys," tho comical adven
tures and iucidonts connected with '
two boys, ono tho son of a noble-'
man, aud tho other of a buttermau, '
will occupy tho boards to-night.
The play is a most laughable one.
Tuesday night Bsl war Lyt ton's im
mortal drama will bo played with a
strong cast. Thero is no play in tho
English languago that appeals more I
strongly to the sympathies of an I
audieuco. Tho dialoguu is charm
ing aud thu morale elevating.
And no ono should forget that
the great emotioual drama "Hazel
Rirko" is sot for Thursday night
next. This pine is as affuctiug as
the "Two Orphans" without tho mor
bid utiuor current of tlio latter.
Hood's Sarsaparllla Perfectly Cured
MC. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.t
"Dear Slrsi I wish to testify to tho peal
Talus ot Hood's Sirs.iparllln. For some time t
had been troubled with scrofula, which early
Ust winter assumed a very bad form.
Sores Appoarcd on My Face
tnd hands and trail u.itly Increased In numbet
until they reached to my shoulder. The doctors
said It was tho worst case (it irrotuta they em
tavr nnri also went to fir as to nay It was In
curable. I tried ointments and other remedies
but to no avail. Alrlcnd recommended llood'i
Barsaparllla, and atthouph I was completely dl
courage (I. ns u last chance I rrsott cd to ctre It l
trial. AtterhihliunticlrtittlP I noticed tlicrnrci
bad commenced to heal. Alter tlio slitli botUt
They Wero All Heated.
t continued to take it, howcTcr,uilll I had use
nlno bottles, and now 1 nnj perfectly wclL"
Ml! KATIi: liO.SKMlIIANT. filter, 1'etlll.
In tho Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, Republic ot Hawaii.
Estate of P. 8. Pratt, Deceased.
Notice of SalMf Real Estate
1UItBUANT TO AN OltDKit MA UK
and entered on the 10th tiny ot Sep
tember, IS'H h ameiii'ttl liv nnorueriiinde
and entered on the tth ilav ot Ootober,
1MJI, In the nbow-iiniiiPfl Court, In the
matter t the sold Ktnte, tin; uiu'eMlgi eil,
b Omimljclotier. will 11 at tmltllc auc
tion, to the highest bidder, the premises
at Wnlklkl, llenotnln Onliit d"tl.ed In
i'eeds from K II. Allen : nd II. lllo to
iild V 8. l'rntt rerimlrd rejpei'tively In
l.lher 37, j scei 'til and ail, nn.l l.iber 61,
tngos 'JM ntid '.SCt, Xnwall'iu HH(:lir el
1'eeds. Tim trntiry will be oilereil In
three lot., ns sulnliv ded by M I). Mo I
enrrnt unrv-'vor, vlz.s
I)t A Wftet wi Irotitnge. 101 f.ct urn
ukn frontage, nverncje depth 1'iCi feet more
or lev, area HI- lie aer", rotitiilnitiL' ono
Hood's Pills fire prompt and efllclcnt, jrol
lasy in action. Sold by all druggists. Oc
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole Agents for the Itepnbllr of Hawnll.
An order from Judge Whiting was
received at t he Marshal's oflii-e this
moauing, extending the date of re
turn of tho execution in re the Herb
lay vs. Norris casu to November 0,
by agreement of the attorneys in the
case. It will be remembered this
case originated iu New York over a
promisory note for JIMKI, and ' was
brought, to the Hawaiian Islands.
The amount has now reaohed over
$15,(X)0 owing to interest, costs and
W. Aylett, cornet player of the
Hawaiian Nntioual baud, has had
uuder training' duriug tho past three
weeks about thirty-two young child
ren, boyh and utU, learuiug them
how to dunce. The lilt lu ones havo
become so proficient that yesterday
evening a private exhibition was
given at Mr. Aylett's residence,
Musiu was furnished by a member
of tho band aud the juveniles went
through tho different figures with
out a hitoh.
The residents on the Punchbowl
slopes are grumbling again about
the water supply. They havo ap
plied to the Superintendent of Wa
ter Works to Bint ion an engine at
the Tltotnai Square artesian well to
pump water, but that ollicial stated
that the engine could not bo used,
as it is being repaired. There are
Miwr.il engines in town, however,
and they i"'o "" reason why another
hIioiiIi! not be stationed there. For
thtt past week sv titer had lo be pack
ed from the Squate by the dwellers
on the hill,
Senior Captain Robert Parker litis
htarttd u to bieak li'H record of last
ueek Thirb-cii gamblers were ar
retted last night, atnl two che fa
bankers anil almtil forty runners
were pulled iu this morning. This
particular hank near the corner of
.Mauuakea and ll-telaula street' hai
been under the surveillance ot the
police for h .tear but no oliattce could
lie got to pull it before, but Captain
Parker (iivoiiiplMicil the object this
morning, utid marked money was
found amongst io3 iu otto of thu
Yea, wc ure going to give a
Round Trip Ticket to thu
Volcano to the person biing
ing in the greatest number of
our Sales Checks on Di cum
ber 2(th. Wc called on Mr.
Chase, thu General Passenger
Agent of thu Volcano House
CoinpaiiVs at his Tourists'
Headquarters, "Williams' Gal
Kry, and have made arrange
ments, with him, so that our
representative can go up with
thu Thos. Cook & Suns' Ex
cursion from the Count, con-
r-isting of twenty-five people,
leaving here January 20th, if
you so dusiru or at any other
time. We are as anxous that
whoever represents us on this
trip shall have nil the pleasure !
there in in it, us wu ure to have !
you know, that by our Quick i
Sales and Small Profit fryn
tem of doing business you
get the most for your moiuy,
that it enables ynu to buy
among the great variety ot (
goods iu our lino.
Equipoisk Waists, c heap-
er man ever, and speaking
about Kquipoi-e and Compru
nrieo "Waist, they combine
three garments in one a
COKSET, a WAIST and a
COlteET COVER. 'J hey
afford the same hurt support
that a regular boned corset
does. The bone pockets are
so arranged th it bones can
be removed or re-inserted at
any time without any ripping
Lndies who find it uncom
fortable to wear tho ordinary
Corset, and still cannot do
without some support will
find tho Equipoise Waist the
long-looked-for substitute for
corsets they fit perfectly.
We have them in all sizes.
They are just the thing to
wear on the Volcano Trip.
K3jr iNno all your Sale
('hecks. You may be the
Grocery v Store
3tl NUUAS'U 8TIIRBT,
Itctweeii Hotel and Klnii Street, next to
Hm opened n Klrt-elftM Orocoy 8tor
aa nlmve. Ha will k-jt nlway ou lintiil
the Holland Kre.liest
American and Eolith Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do Ills bet to tilennn nil
I'nrclinsci dellveri-d to sll trt
A OK NTS FOR
fiunll rottHRt: upct rrlcc til U o.
IM 11 l.'tl ff-t frn fronti'M, i:f, (cpt nm
ilka frutitacv, nveniKP 'citli ,'tt feot nuire
or lei, iinn I ii 'i) nrre, ivnitnliilli
ilellliiK hiiii'oj iiii't price J WJ
Lot ('17 feet m frotiixj-c, l:t! feet inn
akis frotitngi'. nvprni-s di ptli Ui fee more
or le, firm t 'i,-IOi)iicr',, rnntnlnitu sti-
him und eutlioii t; litis, t p-ioc f n.tsju
Tli mlo III be bold at tin1 dout ilctir
ot the Jttdlrlnry lltilMlnj;, In llotiolnlii, nt
noon, on TUKSllA Y the Itoth ilav ol t'cto
tier, t8l. Terms Cn-li in U. H. Kold eiln.
Snle subj'ct tocntillnnntlon by ld Cir
cuit Court l)cednt extx-ti.eof nirolinsrj
For jiImi ot lots nnd ftirth r ltibirinntl",
Biiily to tb iliidernlgiieil. at the Judiciary
. c3 6. Cs jctl zd9
: : Honolulu.
520 Ft.rt Strc-tii,
Beginning THIS (Saturday) KVENING and
OctcToor 22-3., 23d asicL 2-itli.
ry LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED -jj
83T Solid Silver Hat Pins wil be Givkn Away on
Opening Days to all purchasers in the Millinery Dcpa'tmcut.
An invoice of tho
Water juot received '
direct from tho Springe
in Shasta, California.
"Shaeta" io tho
finest mineral water
in the world. It is
used in evory leading
hotel and on all the
railway dining cars in
tho United States.
likes it, because it is a Thirst-
Health-Giving Drink and U
the Public with a full confidence
of its Merits.
JUST THINK OF IT
Queen of all
with liquor of all
klrds, and lo a natural
roliof for all dicor
dorc of tho stomach ,
kidneys and liver.
For nolo by s.1 1 drug
gists nd tl.j trade
KACfV.RL.HE & CO. LTD,
Solo Agents for tho
Hires Root Beer
Is now a favorite beverage for Ladies and
Young Persons to whom it gives Freshness
and embonpoint. It hits solved the problem
of medicine by imparting strength aud pure
blood, which soon gives a peron a clear and
It Pops !
Effbrvoscont Too! Exhilarating!
Just lha Thing to Build Up the Constl'utiun i
It N Wholesome ami
Islood, tree from Moils or Carbuncles, General
Good Health, results of drinking Hires Knot
Heer the year round.
Sample Glass Free at Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
ks- ALL THIS WEEK ! -to
B. F. Kill. ISUS & CO.
623 Fort Street, Honolulu.
DELICATE! DELICIOUS! DAINTY!
ASK YOUR GKOCliK l'OU
between China aud Japan
will cause prii es lor their
silk fabrics to go higher ; no
countrj can light mid weave
silk at the same Mine. The
price his already advanced
and the pup is state that
the war in likely to be "on"
for two or three years. It
behooves the cartful nil) or
to purehttse now We had
mi immense slock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
war wns declared, conse
quent'' we can eontinu. to
sell at the old price- as Ion
as our present stock hods
out, and then tlm W ! will
force prices up. uur last
consignment c-niMstsof Silk
Dress Goods, both limind
and plain; Mormug Gowns
for Iridic aud GinN, Hik
Kiiuns, SmoMiiur .Jack-
Temple of Fashion
SIB ITort Stretat.
Clearance Sale for One Week !
Beginning Saturday, October 13th.
E5-vervtliing at a Sacrifice
I sliK LOCAL COLUMN. -
M:. O. 8ILVA, - Proprietor.
O. B DWIOHT
Ilors nil kuiiiH ut Wurk in
C ment & Mone S:dcwa ks &
lli iihh mi iihiiiI a lisrK S'liply of Cli.
iic-h (limit- Curli nun it ny k.nii Hit.
wu nm Ouriiiiii: Simm. Ktnm. h. kivp'i
mill IOfHl II- Vja nhHHIfll. II ij'lVlrllllillKi
ati(u:ni:y at law.
Id hi vivl In I.' Mi rcilinnt Hrcel.
Ivxtun.1 Tolmphono 330
Bryant & Aloha
Tlifti ure Nmw I'uok I.Hru, I'm, Kxtru hulivlcil. Ono trl.il shl pruvts tiii'lr merlin. '
N. B. TUo Oiiii of thl brund cuutuiu u Bruit tur qunutity tliun tUumi of
Tin iiiiilfoliMitMl lmvt rn'KivHit I.VK"
Kii'l Vhriwil Atbi.nui, iu ut
Kto, EJtO , TOto,
KIMI'KIMMI Till. ITKM IKII,M. IN
Dress Goods, Etc.
simi a m'i.i. itNr ur
et", Spk I ajiimiih, ilap.'iueM' tAritiNo my aiwi'.nck i'iiom Tiirt DnmnKtirci rnttnnarlua Pn
nn.l Uliimi Ware Seivens M ',''" ' H..r.u-..ii erai.iH.u.mu u"uoCS, liOUOntaeS, WC,
iinn viu mi ( , ou. ins, llll,,rlx (1 , r,.,.,,lv. ,, .,., ,, ,((r ltl
Lump hhiuli s, Lnncli lbt- """'" iihi ! to mi., j.'w i.ui. loM,l,lM' ' iiniiisi.
H, UACKFELD & GO.
vSc Z0tton, Ccmt i.finU.
lietH, etc., etc.
lloti'lKt (ArliiiKtiiii ItliH'ki,
Mh. J. 1. 1. Cullaio, l'ruitli'tri,
llllt Ml I II nil III' llllMi iiti.nil ,.r ! Ik'll
ill hImi'Ii Hut.. I mil m rxoimlly iitlfiitl,
, . J W l.l'NINU
llimululii, Oft, 7, ihii, nii'i list
If your iulm-rliliim hut nilml nm
it a K"" '('fir to rttvw U,
Miiy UulUUn 60 otnti per )nyiA,