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TUESOAY, OCT. 23, 1894
Mi .A. .RUSTED UEJ-WS
TOEStlAT, Oct. 23.
Btmr Iwalanl (or Laliaina and llonokaa at
Btmr W U Uall (or Maul and Hawaii at 10
Btmr MlkahMa (or Kaunl
Btmr CJaudlna for Maui
For Maut and Hnwntl. ncr stmr W 0
Hall, Oct 2J-K V Fuller mil wlff, W II
Oreenwcll, A Fernandez, Miss h Umn.
Miss I.'tZ'e Lo'io, K (Jhotig. Master Hull, If
Gllmore. V W Hall and wlfa, A T Alklii
son, U McDougall and 40 dick.
The old boilers on I ho reef near the
Quarantine Btutlon lundlt'R urn IhIiir utll
lied by theBartaiarlila advertising agents.
The barkentlne V. 11. Dlmond will lim
bs bly git away for the Coast ou Friday
next. fnptntii Nilsou exn-cla to have a
load In by ibattlmo
BUuTr-XICKKl.8KN-At Waliuea For
eign Church, Kuunl,on snlunlny morn
ing, iOth Inst i Janit-s tiro t and Luurlo
Amy Nickel en
LOOAIi AND QKHXRAX VKWB.
"Charley's Aunt" on Wednesday
afternoon at 8 o'clock.
The Mannorchor Harmony had
an outing at Kemond Grove Sunday.
II. E. Warker,ngent of tho"Cleve
lantl," has moro about bicycles in
At Dailoy'fl Show you win on
sense, but if you buy of M. S. Lovy
you gain on cents.
W. II. Itieo and wifo return to the
Garden llo ou the steamer Mika
hala this uveniug.
If you want tho latest Shades in
Cashmere, at 25c. a yard, call at
m. o. Lievys.
The arrests by the polico Ixstweon
sMunlny nun biinday niilit were
SHOOTING BIGHTS AGAIN.
......, u.. u,...w.v U.H... ... Cunningham to appear in tno JJis
siity eight, mostly che fa gamesters. , trict CoHurt ond Bbw PaU80 why he
A Penal Summons Served on
William Cunningham called on
Deputy Marshal Brown yesterday
afternoon and politely asked that
official whether thore was a penal
summons out for him, Marshal
Hitchcock having told him on the
street that there was. He was going
to Waikiki and ho did not wish to
give the police any extra trouble
chasing him up. Tho Deputy Mar
shal thanked Mr. Cunningham for
his courtesy, and wished there were
more such accommodating people
Tho summons not being ready Mr.
Cunningham went to Waikiki. In
the evening the summons was served.
It is at the instigation of S G. Wil
der and others and summons W.
Cunningham to appear in the Dis-
A well-deserving young man who
is rosided here for tho last ton
begs for work to keep him
TO KEEP TUB iMSAOE.
A Pistol Carrior is Bound in One
William Woolham, alias Billy the
Clipper, was ordered to give a bond
iu the District Court to the amount
of $100 with two good sureties to
keep the peaco against tho person
of Lieutenant Gus Cordcs, of the
mounted patrol, for six mouths from
date. Woolham threatened to shoot
Coidos in a rostaurant on Hotel
street, while under tho influence of
liquor, on Sunday night. No pitol
was displayed at the time. Cordes
left the restaurant and brought his
captain, and Woolham was arrestud
for using threatening language.
Ladies who are on tho lookout for
Christmas presents should call at
tho Ceylon jeweler's store ou Nun
auu street, where they can buy the
best gems out from Ceylou at clear
ance salo prices. There are rubies,
sapphires,emeralds, pearls,cats' eyes,
oto. Also handmade laces, and
everything is being sold out regard
less of cost.
N. S. Sachs is giving away solid
silver hat pins during opening day.
Vote or 11. Klemme, the Ptoplc'r
"Lady of Lyon" to-night. Man
ager Diiiloy has had the tramears
decorated with advertisements of
James Scott and bride, whoso
marriage is reported uudur the usual i
lnad, arrived by the Mikahala from
Kauai Sunday. I
Tho Hallowe'en xociat and danco ,
of tho rfeottl-h ThiUlo Club will '
take plaee at the club's hall next
"Charley's Aunt" from Brazil, tho
place "where the nuts grow," will
linlight the youngsters to morrow
afternoon at 3 p. m.
The first anniversary of tho organ
izing of tho Amurieau Leaguo will
be (inly celebrated by its members.
Tho date is Nov. 1st.
Mr. and Mis. t7"h7 Walker and
Mr T. May are expected home
from their long absence abroad by
the S. S. Arawn to-morrow.
In anticipation of a boom from tho
cable, tho Hawaiian Carriage Mfg.
Co. gives good advice. It is to buy
carriages while they are cheap.
The Election is coming, whore the
gentlemen will rush to vote; but
the Ladies have already elected as
their drygoods store,
M. S. Levy's.
Home, cornor Hotol
should not be found Ruilty of carry
ing firearms and shooting at Ewa
on Sunday last.
A Grand Feature
' Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is that while
it purifies tho blood and sends it
' coursing through tho veins full of
richness and health, it also imparts
new life and vigor to every fuuetion
I of the body. Heucothe expression
I so often heard: "Hood's Sarxparilla
I mado a new person of mo." It over
comes that tired feeling so common
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable,
perfectly harmless, always reliable
II. Klemnxe, the People's
HUle Slav Bentlry
Born a Genius
Dlseaso Threatens to Cut
Short a Noble Career
But Hood's Sarsaparilla Restores
Mills May Itcntleyts an accomplMruM elocu
tionist ami natural born speaker of out)' 12 j cart
of age. Slio Is tho only child temperance lect
urer before the public. Her fciiliu, howerer,
did not exempt licr from an attack bt a disease
ef the blood, llcronnvords best tell thestorjfl
"CI. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
" I heartily Join w lilt tho many thousands tint
are recommending Hood' Bars.iparllLi. I had
been troubled from Infancy vrllh g-itlicrlngs In
tho head. 1 wn comprllnl to h-axu school upon
tho doctor's nihlte. Ho thought It was Uiconlr
thing to sax o my Hie, but I
Continued to Grow Worse.
I was persuaded finally by a friend to try Hood's
Barsaparula. Tho uso of one bottto acted cf-
fcctlrcly upon tho blood and I began to Improve.
After tho uso of three- bottles tho gathering
trued and I mil mrcil of my former trouble. I
owe my llfonnd ulll rlways rrtnilu it truo friend
to llo-id's Snrii-irlll.i." I.illie May IlrsT
Ll'.v, Shclbyrllle, Imiljtia. Oct IIOOIVS.
Hood'o Plllsait c.Tl!y, ct promptly and
Olclcntly, on tho liver ami Lowell. Sic.
Hotron Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole A Rents for the Ucinibllo of Hawaii.
Nuuanu streets, lodging by day, t
t or month. Terms: 25 and SO iJ?on t0, l0
s per night; SI aud $l.'2u per . CuilUTUl Tn
Fred. C. Leo and W. Higgins
have joined in a household help
company, to do all sorts of jobbing,
A POINTER !
Tho rainy Benson is com
ing, and if you mint to hIi- l
wutcr like a duck you must
bo provided with a Ka'in
Coat. I have just roct'ived
a now invicc of Lu'I'ich'
English Muci-iiitoHlK'H in
fact, I rhall inuko u leudnr
of those xoodri for tho next
fuw weeks and ut such prices
thut I expect to see every
ludy in Honolulu properly
clad for rainy weather.
will not be worn in muddy
weather. Tho reason is
apparent aud doesn't need
will probably take the plaee
of the white out s for the
next few months, and to
match these I have an ele
gant lino of Tan Stocking-,
in numerous bhades.
Oh, yen, Trimmed or Un
trimmodV Untrimmed ! 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 millint r, who
will help you t elect tho
trimming and I guuratiteo
to finish you a hat that you
won't bo ashamed of.
always doing this aud Ui'h
time I think I have hit the
nail by laying in a l'rcnh
(supply of Ladies' and
Children's Undervests from
Corset Waists will make
an acceptable increase to
vour wardrobe. We have
Nothing looks so pretty
around a lady's wai-t (ex
cept an arm) as one of our
Belts. I havo both tSilk
and Leather with new de
fcigns of JluokloH. If you
don't believe mo come and
try one on (not the arm
but tho licit).
J. ,!. KGAN,
Gl-i Fort btrcet.
That there is considerable
interest being taken iu our
proposed Volcano trip is quite
evident from the various ques
tions asked us. Ah we have
said before wo would like to
send you all ut our expense,
but our Quick Sal s and bni'dl
Profit hystom of doing busi-
. nes-t does not lo ivo us margin
enough tor that, so wo have
Mr. Chuso, the
longer Agent at
his office, "Williams' Art
Rooms, and mado this ar
rangement with him, vi. :
such as "house deauiug, carpenter' That to any person foiming a
ing, gardening, otc , Ui.uil Ot not less than ten
V. J. Fageroos, watchmaker, in- people, (holding one or more
tends closing out his business, of OUI SillcM Tickets) ho will
UieriToro asks all uaving work in ills ;UU1I ........j i,.5n tnh.A f.. fhn
Volcano at a Reduced Rate.
You can go whenever you
please, but must all go to
gether, lie further says that
any one wishing to join tho
party can do so independently
of the ('luh if thoy havo oo
of our checks. To thoo who
wich to intiko the Volcano
trip, now is tho timo to take
advantage- of the reduced rate.
I Wo nave so many new
things to talk about this week,
it's Imrdto know where to be
gin, but wo must call your at
i tntion to tho fine hm of
' Ladies' Underwear junt re
and NIGHT GOWNS of
latest patterns iu all grades.
Wo aluo call especial aiten'ion
to some new donigiis of La
dies' Miiri W'aint jut receiv
ed. New goods aro biing
opined daily. Do you want
to go to the Volcano? If so
save your Quick ftalo and
Small Profit tickets.
Grocery v Store
321 NUUASU STKKET,
Hcttvcon Hotel and Klny Street, next lo
Has opened a Klnt-cla Oroccy Sto-o
an abovu. Ho will ktrp always on hand
tho Host and freshest
American and Elhb Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
hands to cnll for the samo within
On tho occasion of thoir china
wedding anniversary (20th), Mr aud
Mrs. H. W. Si'hmidt were on Satur
day oveuing visited by a largo sur
prise paity at their residence.
Tho Khunineeamoaign commilteo
will ineut iu the lieretauia street '
Armory at 7:1k) o'clock this evening. .
Klemiuo'ri frieutls are loirion and he
will make it a warm fight for regular
candidates iu the fourth district.
II. M. Whitney, tho retiring man-1
ager of the Hawaiian Gazette Com-'
pauy, was yesterday preseuted with
a haiiilsouie uilvor water pitchor and
stnudard, suitably engraved, by all
the employees of the establishment.
O. It. Uarrixou. practical oiatio
ud organ maker and tuner, eau fur
nish ImjhI factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention, All work
tuarauleHil to It th"iiiie a done
Mr. D:trtlett, the nw lessen of
llatdwai, has just laid iu a large
stock of assorted new bathing suits.
He has also laid a rope out in the
water or the protection oi women,
children, or any uon-swimuiers. On
Sundays untlws will be on hand
with canoes to afford surf-ridiug at
a small expense.
And do his best to please all
Purchase delivered ttt all
of the Cliy.
Ivfi'U.Vu.'al Wclopli.021.0 2657.
H. Klemhie, the People's
B. P. EIILKRS & CO.
A Strong Horse
IS THE RESULT OF CS1NO
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Jnt Arrived per "B. O. Wilder."
CALL AND 8KK US.
Corner Uuhcii . Nuoaim Hu
U J. I.KVKY, -W.
DAKEY'S STOCK COMPANY,
TUESDAY KVUNINO, O0TO1IKII IMrd
St Kdward Uulwor l.ytton'B CUmlo
"THE LADY OF LYONS"
WK1)NK-I)AY AFTKUNOON. OCT. 'Jllh,
a' S p. 111 , SieoUl Family MiIiihh
1 "Ci-ac.n.ijB'y s uTjira?"
I TltUUSDAY KVKNIKU. OCfOIIHIt Wth
The Oi-t Ounie ly I) tuna
SATUUDAY hVKMNO.OCTOMKIt l!7'li
t .Minute MaderuV Uuinedt (lretl(iii
"UAPBICE, or ONLY A COUNTRY 01HL.
j Don't m 'it tuo great S'lcooinea in our
Rotii Tki.kpuonks 121. u1.
llox Flan niHin at the olllco o( l. J.
DELICATE! DELICIOUS! DAINTY!
ASK YOUR GROCER
10 to 20 Lbs.
ii rclpntlfleally conjtrn'iUd,
b'autKal In appea'anre and
la just 12 months aim id t f
an other make
A ptmphlet ent'l'ed ' 8 'rind
8ei.r In detecting a Crc'n," and
"''LUVKbNn" Catalogues iree al
the "ft.Fvr.LAMn'' Agency, Me
10 to 20 Lbs.
1ST. S. SACHS,
620 Port Streel , : : Honolulu.
Beginning THIS (Saturday) EVENING and
Octs-cor S23., 233. cwa.a St2a..
52T LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED -g
(0 Solid Silver Hat Pins wil be Givkn Away on
Opcniiifr Days to all purchasers in the Millinery Depaitment.
An invoice of the
Water jUQt roceived
direct from tho Springs
in Shasta, California.
"Shasta" la the
finest minoral water
in the world. It is
used in every loading
hotel and on all the
railway dining cars in
tho United Statos.
Everybody likes it, because it is a Thirst
Qiieiiehing, Health-Giving Drink and is
ottered to the Public with a full confidence
of it Merits.
JUST THINK OF IT
Queen of all
kinds, and is a natural
rellof for all disor
ders of tho stomach,
kidneys and liver.
For salo by all drug
gists and tho trade
MACFARLAKE 6VC0. LTD,
Solo Agcnt3 fcr tho
Delicious Summer Beverage
FOR 25 CENTS!
Hires Root Beer
Th now a favorite
for Ladies and
and embonpoint. It bis solved the. nrobleni
of medicine by imparting strength and pure
blood, which soon gives a peivon a clear and
Effervescent Too! Exhilarating!
Jast thu Thing to Build Up tho Constitution I
It U Wholesome and Strengthening. Pure
Mood, free from Noils or Carbuncles, General
(iood Health, results of drinking Hires Koot
Ucer the year round.
Dituo Company Wholesale Di nrnriKts
523 Fort Street, Honolulu.
ABl'KOIAI. MTlTl IN-0 OK THK
II. KIwiumt'H ('11 in Milan Committee
will li li.-lil on Tl'll)VY KVKNINU,
titt 'M Oeliil.er. In tlif llenitiiiilu htni't
Arinort.nl 7.:nioVlnul( All Munilmrs aru
rtiiifiitMil 10 Iih prt's ut.
IVroriler 1.8. 0.
J. XWIKIt, Bmrtiti-ry.
V. J. FAGERROOS,
TIii-mi itrt Ni w 1'iu'k l.:irK. I'M, Kxiru Kcluulwl. One trill wll iriiv tlii'lr merlU.
N. 11. Tim Oum of thin brand contam a groator quitnttty tbuu thoo of
3itob.ll do 2?trsoxi, Caut Ji.9mn.Xm,
JTAT(IIMAKKIt. IVI-KNIMMl T
V I'ltiHi Mil hi" llil'ln r-ninhlH nil
I'tTrlllll llHVllll' wn k In ln IiiiihIh In full
for iIih mine within one ni'iiit'i (roni tlnto.
All IhoMi IiiiU'IiUmI Hi I1H11 will I'leiur liny
Apply ill I'ori
. m. tu fi i- M.,
Mil imiii II hi
I HI.) .11 4:i-lt
between China aud .Japan
will cause pr'ues for their
silk fabric to go higher; no
countrj can (ighl ninl weave
silk at the suine time. The
price has already advanced
and the papirs state that
the war i likely 10 be "on"
for two or three years. It
behooves the careful luiycr
to puivhuse now We had
an immense stock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
war was declared, conse
quently we can continue to
sell at the old price-, as lonjj
as our present stock ho'ds
out, and then the W r will
force prices up. t'ur last
consignment consists of Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
and plain; Morning (towns
for Ladies and G nt, ."-ilk
Kimonos, Smoking Jack
et", S'pk Pajamas, Japanese
ami China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Sbadi s, Lunch Mus
kets, etc., ele.
DAI NIP POX,
Hold Hi (Arllniil'in llloek),
Mk. J I'. I'. I'iii.iaiii, I'mprli'iri'it,
Hknsox, Smith & Co
Hoi.l.l.oTKIt DlUMJ COMI'AXV, L'l'l). . . .
Lr.wis & Company
Temple of Fashion
610 ITort Street
Clearance Sale for One Week !
Beginning Saturday, October 13th.
Evervtitiixig at a Setorifioe
rS SKIC LOCAL COLUMN. 3
M. O. SILVA, - - - Proprietor.
mi within lip mime lime,
Hurvfvnr'n ullln (rum 7
iiml In i m fitnbiuiiil lil
The lUiUj ItidUtin, M vent
month, dtlUtrtd fcy vnrrttrt,
MIK ASSl'AI. MKKTINU OK THK
Stmuli eilirp i'l Hie u s M. Cci.
rov win li" ne ii ni inn iiiii't oil' vi.
lle-n-r WKDM-.Hll.VY, Him '.'llli nl
Ui'lulirr, IWI l lUo'uuck k. M
1 107-3 1 lor Hvcmlnry Vmi. Co.
O. B DWIOET
Dots kll kinds ol Work In
C-Dient & itone Sidrwaiks & Curbing.
llr Iimm on hml h Utk" 'ipply nf Clil.
life (Iran t- Curb mill n'wty kep Hu
wu Inn OnrliliiK Hkuiu. KMiiuhih. Iven
ami IcintHi pr cii BHaiiitil. II ITi'lriilmim
HI'KCIAI. .MKIMlNd OK TIIK
f llo.ir.l i TrtiK t'liH nl tho Honolulu
Siilli.r' IIoiihi (-i)olcly will liu hvlil ill tin:
riioin nf tlii ClmmliiT ut ('uiiiiiiori'o on
VI:M:smY, Hip llli, iliiyof DctoU'r,
Ih'.ll, at lUlHl u'olook IVr iiiiIit
K. A. M'llAKKKII,
DUIHNO MY AIISI'.NCK I'llOM THK
UluiiiU Mr. llnriii'i'H. Crulili Imluly
iiutliorU'il to rfculve iiml nvi'lpt fur till
mnii'm iluti miiliiftliii; to iik,J. W. I.iiu.
hi)! ut my ullli'ii iiniii .Novi'iiiiit'r -M, bin,
m wliU'li tint I Hill ii'ruoinilly lUii'inl.
, J W.I.U.NINU.
Iliituiliilii.O.'t, 17, Ml, Uil'ilm
If your tulitcripUon Am eiphed nnv
U ci u(ii Km to reneu it.
Bryant & Aloha
The nndnrnlcnpil hVf rArKlvH l.ann
mid Vnripil A.nnriiiitnt ut
JT to , XTJtO , Bio,
'M IIIMINO TIIK I.ATIJIT IKHIUKH IN
Dress Goodi, Etc.
awo a rriu link or
Domestics, Coltomdeg, Etc.,
To which Ii Kulion U lnvlln.1.
H. HACKPELD & CO.
Daily UulUtln 60 ctttpr month,