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Jit gUjj tUUn.
MONDAY, OCT. 22. IBM.
Btmr Claudlne from Maul
Htmr Mlkahala from Kuuat
Mu.tti.tr. Oct. 22.
Btmr Kaala for Knliuku nnd l'unaluu nt
Stun Mokolll for Moloknl and Uirntl
Btmr Jas Makce (or Knrtnn r.t 4 i in
BtturJ A Cummins for Kooliui
Btmr Waliuatialu fur Kauai
Veaaela Leaving To-morrow.
Btuir V 0 Halt for Maul and llanall at 10
8ttur Mlkarmla for Kauai
Btmr Claudlne lor Mnnl
From Manl, per stmr Claudlne, Oct 21
Mrs K Von Tciii9ky, child and maid, .Mrs
W U Crook, J W UoIviiim, u
Mataball, Mrs Manic, Mr llntunlaid, o C
w AMiioru, ur
isiiR Kim and 33
Bell Cop". Jno ltoi, I'
irn, Y luung, Clin
a . M
W K KokcII, James Bcntl and bride. J 0
B ItoMilelgh, 1 A Andemun 11 (J Hj-alcliiig,
A V l'etPta, M II fr?nanilii, Ml Mckel
ton, W 11 Hire, A Morr!nii, Mrt I. Bllvn,
Awab, He Kong, K 8 Ujrrdrum, J lv Knil
nul, (I W 1 Kaiiiatttt, tl B Taklm rl nnd
McOKKW At Honolulu, October 22, lull,
lit. lltiirl U. McUrc, 0d Hi tears.
faKutieral from St. Andrew's Cntlie-
dral to-morrow (Tu-ilny) afternoon n I
o'clock, Iter. Alex. Miicklnto.li otlk'tatltiR.
An examination for I'rlfary CcrtlflcVei
will bo livid at the School lluitre, Kitm
Waena, N. rh Kntia, on KMDAY nnd
BATUUIUY, Norcmber2d and 3d.
An rximliiittloti will lo lihl at the
School Hoifo, Walohlnu, MONDAY and
TUKSDAY, Novo in' rr 12th nnd l.lih.
An examination will In held nt t.x Kni
llsli Bcliool Monte, Hllo, KltlUAY nnd
HATUKDAY, November SOtli nnd Decern
All e xamlnatloni will coiiimun-o at ! t.
All uncertificated tcucheri", and thoro
wIioks certificate hare fxplred In the
rc"rctlTc dltrlcts nre required tontlcnd.
AI.AIAU T. A'lKINHON,
Iiiwclor-Icncral of BclnoU.
tOOAZ. AND GXNBBAX. N1CWB.
Mrs. SprnetWfl fumituro will be
sold by Ja. P. Morgan at 10 o'clock
on Thursday next.
At Datley's Show you win on
sense, but if you buy of M. S. Lovy
you gain on cents.
An offii-ial notice of teachers' ex
aminations on tho island of Hawaii
Notice is ciren of a mooting of the
Trustees of tho Sailors' Homo at
10:30 on Wednesday.
The Klctnmo campaign committee
will moot in tho JJeretania street
armory at 7:30 o'clock to-morrow
Tho Sons of St. George will hold
their regular meeting this evening,
when a full attendance is requested
for business of importance.
The E'oclion ts coming, where tho
gentlemen will rush to vote; but
tho Ladies have already elected as
their dry goods store,
M. S. Levy's.
Frank Godfrey's Reference and
Directory of Voters will contain
valuable information on bounds of
districts and precincts, and be use-
lul bosiuoi as n local directory.
Besides the free ticket to the Vol
cano for the holder of tho largest
number of B. F. Elders & Co.'s salo
checks, that firm oiler rodticed rates
to any person holding sales checks.
S..-0 "laities' column."
Central Union Church was crowd
ed Inst uight to hear tho Salvation
Army contingent give an account of
their work all over tho world and
here, aud to see illustrations of its
method of work. Tho servico lasted
till half-past nlno and was much ap
preciated. It was clearly shown that
tho paid workers cannot and do not
get mote than a baro subsistence for
their devotion, and that General
Booth and other heads of tho army
receive no pay Itom tho Army fiiuus
DISTRICT COURT MATTERS.
Plenty of Oases With Varying; Re
sults. District Magistrate Perry did a
big day's work to-day, being kept
busy from 9:30 o'clock this morning
until after the noon hour. Tho fol
lowing is tho result of this morning's
Jim Harrington, charged with
carrying deadly weapons, to wit, a
pistol aud a ptir of brays knuckles,
pleaded guilty. Fined $25. Billy
Woolham, better knowu as "Billy
the Clipper," pleaded not guilty to
a charge of intending to commit au
offense on Lieut. Gus Conies, of the
mounted patrol. His trial was set
for the 23d iust. These men wero
arrested Saturtlay uight in a Hotel
Domingos Forroira was put under
$100 bonds to keep the peace against
tho person of P. D. Kellet, Jr., for
Sixteen out of twenty-four chn fa
gamesters ploaded guilty to partici
pating in tho same aud sentence was
suspended until to-morrow, whon
tho remainder will bo tried.
Two subjects of the Mikado's
kingdom pleaded guilty to enjoying
a game of cards for nickels and wore
lined 1U each.
A Chinaman named Akaua for
violating tho Sunday law had to
pony up $3.
An Chan was given a months freo
lodgings in Low's hotel for persist
ing in "hitting the pipe." A com
panion who had turned state's evi
dence was arraigned for libidinous
solicitation and explanations set for
Kalawaia for assault and battery
on an old nativo had to dig up $20.
Tho old gout was pretty badly used
up. Ho had been shoved olT a
veranda and in tho fall his head
struck on tho rock. Anothor native
pleaded guilty to assault and bat
tery, but tho case being a slight one,
ho was fined Sf.
Catarrh, Abscesses, and
Hood's Saraaparllla Cava Robust
Health and Strength.
A POINTER !
Tho r.tiny Benson is coin
ing, and If you want to sin l
witter like u duck )ou must
bo provided with a Rain
Coat. I have iust received
a new inviiico of Lii'lies'
English Mackintoshes in
fuct, I Hhall make a leader
of theso goods lor the next
few weeks and at audi prices
that 1 expect to sec every
lady in Honolulu properly
clad for rainy weather.
will not bv worn in muddy
weather. Tho reason is
upparent and doesn't need
will probably take the place
of the white out s for the
next few months, and to
match these I have an ele
gant line of Tan Stockings
in numerous shades.
Oh, yes, Trimmed or Un
trimmedV Untrimmed ! All
right. Just pick out the
shape. Thuy arc 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 inillim r, who
will help you tohct iho
trimming and I guarantee
to flnihh you a hat that you
won't bo ashamed of.
always doing this and thin
time I think I have hit the
nail by laying in a fresh
supply of Ladies' and
Children's Undervests from
Corset Waists will make
an acceptable increaHt to
your wardrobe. "NVe have
Nothing looks so pretty
around a lady s wai-t (ex
cept au arm) as one of our
Belts. 1 have both Silk
and Leather with new de
signs of Buckles. If you
don't bolievu me come and
try one on (not the arm
but the Belt).
J. ,). KG AN,
5M Fort btrcet.
Accidont to n Oirl.
Margaret, the eight-year old
daughter of Geo. 1'. Castle, full from
a horse on School street noar the
Fort Street School on Saturday aud
was badly injured. Tho girl was
riding n very geutlo horse, one that
bus been a pot iu tho family for
yoarc. The animal became fright
ened at something and reared,
throwing the girl backwards on the
ground. Dr. Day attended her ami
found one of the blood vessels In
the brain ruptured. She is much
better to-day ami is resting easy. It
is hoped that tho accident will not
Saturday Night's Play.
"Our Boys," full of pathos and
humor closely akin, was greetod at
tho Opera House on Saturday night
by a fair hoiiM. TIih parts without
exceptiou wero well taken. The t wo
old men by Messrs Nitiuary aud Bel
mour were capitul typo's of pride in
different Hues. The "boys" w
If you want tho latest Shades
Cashmere, at 25c. a yard, call at
M. S. Levy's,
Mr. in. W. otta
Is a well known blacksmith of Trenton, N. J.
Ms writes llltutr.ttltiR the great building tip,
blood I'titltylnK lowers ot Hood's SariaparllU
alter serious Illness i
"a I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.t
" I am pleased to make a statement of my ei
perlence with Hood's H.irssparlll'i. 1 am a
blacksmith nnd contracted a severe cold which
develop! Into pneumonia, lleloro I Rot or
tho Illness, two targe absresscs gathered on my
limbs. Different medicines failed to do ma any
good. Catarrh and djrspcpMA
Made Mo Very Weak
and 1 lost flesh. I wasndtled to take. Hood's
Sarsaparllla. Ileforo 1 had used ft bottlo I began
to feci better. I continued nnd h.ive taken flra
bottles nnd It has cured me n( nil my troubles
and tnado mo perfectly wall, I now hare a good
nppctlto nnd nclh five oumls henlcr than
ercr before. I r.innot recommend Hood's Par
MparlllA too highly." Wm. W. Oiii, soi
ltocbllng fitrcct, Trenton, New Jersey.
Hood's Pltls cure nil l.trcr Ills, ltillnusnejs.
Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Headache. Ho.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Solf Agrnts for the Itppnhtlr of Hawsll.
Grocery v Store
322 NUt'AXIT STUKBT,
llctwcen Hot o.l and King Street, next Iu
In the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, Republic of Hawaii.
Estate of P. 8. Pratt, Deceased.
Notice of Sale of M Estate.
PUltBUANT TO AN OltDKIl MAM,
nnd entered on tho tOtli day of t-'et
tcmbtr, t I , ns atnetii'til by anoruer innile
and entered on the tills la ot Ootolier,
1HII, In the nbovo-nained Court, In the
matter of th" tahl Krtnte, the iindrr-.R'el,
n Coiunilsjlo,,er, will sell at tuibllc auc
tion, to the hlgliPit bidder, the premise
at Walklkl, Honolulu Onhu, ibe'lbed In
Peeds from K. II. Allen rnd II. Olle to
nlil F 8 PrHtt recorded n-'p-ctkely iu
l.lbcr 37, pages 22J nnd SA'I, and l.lnerSI.
psgo 2" nnd art, Hnunllin ItivN'rvnf
l'eeds. The itoti-rly will be nllirnl In
three lot, as iuiliv:dt'd by M l. Mi
fnrrnt snrv.'yor, vlz.t
Ix)t A Ml (Vet .en f roritngc, 101 f et tnn
uko frontnge, avernite dt'pth rfi fii-t more
or le. nra si-'ou liens rotitalulng one
stnoii rottagt: np-et tirice JJ.'i v.
Iit II lyi fet M-H irniitBgM, I'M feel inn
ukn frontnge, nvorngp I'vptli .'ts'l feet more
or les, nnn I Iti-Kil nrri", containing
dwelling h(iuej ujet prlcu I'l.'IW
Lot (J 17 feet en froiitsgi. I.'VI feet tun
ttk frontage, nverni; depth 34 feut more
or lex", nrn 1 Uninoro-., contnlnltu sis
bin and outliou tsi uiisd prlco $'l,tsxi
Tln snip will b held nt tin front door
ot the Judlel.iry Hulldlng, In Honolulu, nt
noon, on TtlKtfDAY. the 30th day of Vto
ber, 181)1. Terms Cnli in V H. gold ruin.
nle subject tncmflrmntlon by said Cir
cuit. Court l)eed at exiwn.n of purchnt-rs.
For plsn of lots nnd turtle r Informntlon
apply to tbn utidprslgncd, nt the Judiciary
iri'sculod by Messrs. Scott
allot. Itideetl the latter fairly
shone if it be possible to tthiuo with
out brilliance. From start to finish
tho slow drawling character was
evenly maintained and the indivi
duality of Millet carefully sup
pressed. The ladies in their roles
were sprightly. Molliu Stockmeyer
as tho char girl scored a great suc
cess, her reuditiou leaving nothing
to be desired. During her part sho
gave a song aud dnuco which met
with tremendous favor.
Death of Young Dr. McOrow.
Dr. Henri Goulden McOrow died
at 7.110 o'clock this forenoon aflor a
long illness, lie was born iu New
York City on April 10. 180.1. The
cause of death was infls.ni mat ion of
tho brain. Dr. McOrew leaves a
wife aud child in San Fratmisco un
der peculiar circumstances. His
guardian since his incapacity begau,
C. L. Carter, sued iu his behalf for
divorce, Tho guardian's right so to
act was aflirmed by tho Supremo
Uourt, when the Ulrouit Court tnon
granted the divorce. Mrs. McGrew's
couusel, C. W. Aidiford, entered an
appeal against tho decree which is
now ponding. Henri was an adopt
td boh of Dr. J. S. Mc(irew, having
been a ton of Mrs. McGrew by a
former husband. The fuueral will
take place from St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 4 p. m. to-morrow, Rev. Alex.
A Strong Horse
18 THE RESULT OP USING
A FKESU SU1TI.Y
Hay and Grain
Just Arrived per "S. O. Wilder."
CALL ASM) SKK US.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
IWlirT Ihleell A NllUrtllU Hth
That there is consideruble
interest being taken in our
proposed Volcano trip b quite
evident from the various ques
tion asked us. As we have
said before we would like to
ofiti1 rrtii nil if mi iviwihuk
but our Quick Sab s and Sm
Profit hystein of doing busi
ness doeH not leve us margin
enough for thut, so we huve
been to s e Mr. Chase, ttie
Gent nil Passenger Agrnt at
his olllce, Williams' Art
Itoonis, and made ihi ar
rangement with him, viz;
Thut to any person foi ming a
Cm'ii of i'Ot less than ten
people, (holding one or moie
of our SulcM Tickets') he will
issue a round trip ticket t-i the
Volcano at a Keduced Kate.
You can go whenever you
please, but must all go to
gether. Ho further says that
any one wishing to join the
party can do so independently
oi tuu i lul) it they liuve o c
of our checks. To thoe who
wieh to make tlm Volcano
trip now is the time to take
advantage of the mduccd rate.
We Mive so many new
things to talk about this wick,
it's Ivird to know where to be
gin, but we must call your at
t ntion to the fine line of
Ladies' Underwear jut re
and NICH1T GOWNS of
latest patterns in all grades.
We also call especial uUcirion
to somo new designs of La
dies Miir. Waist junt icceiv
ed. New goods are being
opened daily. Do you want
to go to the VolcanoV If so
savk your Quick Mile and
Small Profit tickets.
B. F. EIILETtS & CO.
Hits opened n l'lrst!l:is Ororory Hlo'o
ns nltovi'. lie will kti'p nlwnys on timid
tho Host snil Krclii't
American and E'glib Groctries
Provisions, c pices,
Canned Goods, Etc.,
INT. S. SACHS,
520 Fort Street, : : Honolulu.
Beginning THIS (Saturday) EVENING and
Ostsccr 22cl, 233. and. S&Ocu
33f LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED -
$3f Solid Silver Hat Pins wil be Givkx Away on
Opening Days to all purchasers in the Millinery Depatment.
And do his licit to p1cae all
dvllwiil to all pirts
An Invoice of the
Water juot received
direct from the Springe
in Shasta, California.
' 'Shasta' ' io tho
finest minoral water
in the world. It is
used in every leading
hotel and on all tho
railway dining cars in
the United States.
K very body likes it, because it iR a Thirst -Quenching.
Health-Giving Drink and is
offered to the Public with a full confidence
of its Merits.
JUST THINK OF IT
' 'Shasta' '
Queon of all
Both Tki.kimiovks 121.
SI'KCIAI. M Kin ISO OK TIIK
V lluirl ul Trim re. of tlin llouollllu
8 tll.-r-. llrmii. Mjididy "ill luiluld ul iIih
iiiiiiii of tin I'liitinlM'r of 'tuilliiftri on
Vi;iNi:8ll V. Ihu yilli clay of Outidirr,
Id'JI.nt lut"-l o'ulot'lc IVr n idir
r. a. nt ii.i;n:it,
1 iw-'ji Si urn iiry
i Sl'K.lllAl. Mhl'.riN'll OK TIIK
II. Klrtll lili' tlnllli llitl I'oilllllltU'll
will l lii lil on TUKSDAY KVIi.MNO,
f i. .':M Ott'ilii'r In tliv It'Ti'liinlii htr it
Ariiinrt.iit 7i:niu'rluok All Mriulmrs urn
riHiuculi'il in In- pri'stiil.
). 1.. X VVIKIt, Hrcmtery.
L J. LKVKY.
W. 11. UAI1.EY,
DAIIEY'S STOCK COMPANY,
TUKBDAY RVKNMXO, OCTOItKIt 23rd
Hr Kaward llulvnr liTitnn's I'lnsslo
"THE LADY OK LYONS"
WhDNK'DAV AKl'KHXOON.OllT. 2ltli,
a .H p. m , Hi rclnl Kuinlly MtliiH
THUllSDAY KVKNIM). H TOIIKIC VSili
'J'Iih tlrnn'. Hoiiiniy I) Hli'rt
KATllltDAY hVKMSO. OUroilKK 27 h
Miillili' Mii'titorn' Ciiiicitt I'rcitl'iii
"OAPRIUE, ' or ONLY A tlOUNTRY 01HL.
Doii'i in.' trio ijoni iiiiif in our
l'l .slut! NMt'k.l
POPUIjAR FRrOH3B I
llnz I'lnutiiM'ii nt tlieotlU'u ot I.. J.
523 Fort Street, Honolulu.
People's Baggage Express
wl th 1 iqvior of all
kindoi and io a natural
roliof for all dlnor
ders of tho otomachi
kidneys and liver.
For salo by all drug
gists and tho trade
MACFARL.IIE & CO. LTD,
Hires Root Beer
Th now a favorite beverage for Ladies and
Young Persons to whom it gives Freshness
and embonpoint. It h.ts solved the problem
of medicine bv iinpurtinir strength and mire
mooti, wiucn soon
a pcr-on a clear aud
Sole Agonta for
Haya 1 i on I al znta
Jast thtj Thing Io Build Up the Consti'ation !
It i Wholesome and
Blood, free from Boils or Carbuncles, General
lieer the year
of drinking Hires Koot
HoiUtON OuutJ CoMl'AXV..
Hkxson, Smith it Co
Uou.itvn:n Dniu Company
Lkwis & Company
. Wholesale Druggists
Temple of Fashion
51 Fort Street
VV fill- lor II Will VllK. Al
riruivud liy u will Ih liuuitlinl
nnd iIIhiii'Ii, Wiu't-'oiiH will
I'irW.i'k . . .
I'l.llW. MilNTIII.) IUTI.
The llfl ot Attviulinu, tlm II nt Blti n lou
nil tli r'lnxH iluati In tlm City.
In on tin
Wlm ( in meet nil rWidun ntul liiinr;
Inland Hli'Hiiii"-!. M 'vIiik I'iiii inn
lMirilltll'0 U hll'lllt. OlIll'K I lllllll
C.irrlumi " nd l.umy StuliloH, conim ot
Klnu' il Kurt biri'i' nt'' h O Hull
iVSon. Until Ifli-plii ."".
lliAlllin M. T. MAIIHIIVI.I.
OHITF.lllON HA1.00N I
NIITU'K IS III IU II Y IIIVI.N Til. Vi
lli! i'IiiIiih iitiit llio i r l.ilim H.i
limn wM Ih i't lul ' Mr Jim. I' Mur
until ninl nil iiuuiiilnllliit ni'i'ouut.il "I In'
I'rilirluii Silixm nnd ili Jnlddlu Iimiiii
H II. ) up "' tin' iiImm iIiUm ri' ii-imiMk
tn Mr. I.. II. Ii i. AIIIIIh iiuiln.i I.. II.
Din ili'imo I'MX'iit Iiiiiiii ilimidv t-ir iijy
ini'ii', i id mi.
Ilumilulu, Oct. 3, UU liw-aui
between China and Japan
will cause pri-en for their
silk fubrics to go hbhrr ; uo
countr) can light mid weave
side at the smiic time. The
price h is already advanced I
and the piiptrs state that
the war is likely to be "on"
for two or thivo years. It
behooves the careful liucr
to piuY.hnso now AVe had
mi immense stock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
war wub declared, conse
quently we can coutinu to
sell at the old price as lon
in our present stock ho'ds
out, and then tlm Wo will
force prices up. Mir last
consignment ciiihMsoI Silk
Dress Goods, hoth figured
aud plain ; Mornng Gowns
for Liulit'h and CJ. nts, .iil
Kiiiiiinos, Smoking Juek
et, Siik Pajauiiis, JapaucH!
ami Chiiiu Witiv, Screens,
Lamp lindi s, iaiucli Hiik
ketr, etc., etc.
llntidrit. (Arllntilnu llltHtk),
Mm, J. I'. V, CuLLtt'u, l'iunliltn,
Clearance Sale for One Week !
Beginning Saturday, October 13th.
E-ver-vtlrLng at a. Sacrifice
12s MO 13 LOCAL COLUMN, a
M:. O. 6ILVA, - - - Proprietor.
O. B DWTGUTT
l)o nil klndb ot Work In
C raent & Mone Sidrvais &
!! liH on limut n Imt:- itly ot (llil
liti h Oran ! I'urli mm u wny k.ii Hit
w a inn Oiirlilnu titmiu. Kmiiiih'm-. ulvrn
mulliiwini nr Qes bNmiifd, II -jITpIi-iiIioiiii
A'lTOItNT.V AT LAW.
Id ill Vl'd
tn l. Mrdimil
Drill nii my aiwi:m k imiom tiik
Uliilid- Mr IIiii.iiv ti. t'rnlilm Ixtulv
imiiIhtUmI in rt'ivlVK ii ud tvniii 'ur nli
iniiii m iiiu inidnliiu to tin', J. W. I 'in
liiK' l nty iilliiv uii'li o. iiiiiit ii, I ill i,
in wlili'li iUIk I lll iwrmiinill) ntii ml,
J W. l.l'NiMI.
lllllHlllllll, Oil. 17, Ml. lL.
"yiiur tulitoriitioii hmrrfiiml nv
it a K'hiiJ ii" (o tHt w il, i
Bryant & Aloha
The iiiidplwnnl havr r"iit n LrK
mm Vnrimt Antvrt iik-ii! ul
IDtO , E3tO , Hlo ,
I IMIKIMNII TUT INTUIT lirIIN ,S
Dress Goods, Etc.
i" ji rut. link or
Doraehtics, Cottonadeg, Etc.,
lvn wlilnii . .rotuni is liultist,
H. HAGKPELD & GO.
).iy Hullilln i(J at nit ytr nwntS,