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KwongSingLoyf SING LOY,
40T fill St., "Tboran Block." 5 51-53 ling St.. atir ItoutlM Si
Hutu Tell 338 P. 0. Box 207. 'Mutual Tele. 685 P 0 Bot 207,
2 BIGSTORES 3
Just Received Men's and Boy's Suits !
Colored Tweeds $7 BO
Diagonals 7 HO
English Sorgo 0 (X)
Boy Suits (elegant) G (X)
Chinese, Japanese and Indian Goods !
A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete lino of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
411 NUUANU STREET.
Importer and Sealer id EnropeaD Dry ana Fancy Goods
tallies' Wares of every description. Also fresh line of Chinese (foods.
Pongee Sc "White Sillc Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings!
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
W0- Kit Onarnnterd. l'riecs Moderate. VCK
lwl-u.t.TJia.1 Telephone 542
Mutual Telephone Jg
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Preib California Roll Batter and Island Batter
lev Goods Received bj Ever; Steamer (rom San Francisco
4V All Order faithfully attend to. BntisfitnLion guaranteed, lalaml Oritur
ollottod and packed with care.
Lincoln Block, Kino Strekt, Ret. Fort and Alaska Stbesta.
JJOTH TH1.HHHONK8 240
Pro? ision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Froth Qoois by Every CaliiornU Steanet.
JCE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Ulanm Ordbm Solioitkd. ff $0" Satisfaction OuAiuimcu.
Tll.BPUONli w V, 0. imx MA
H. E. MolNTYKE & WtO..
Groceries, - Provisions - and - feed.
Haw Omnia HmmiItim) by Kvery 1'arknt from llir Kuala m Male, ami Ktiror
KKKSH CALIFORNIA IMtODUUE l!Y KVKKV HTKAIIKK
All Onlarc faithfully attrndnl Ut ami Omnia Dellvmud tn any
Tart of Hit dlly KltKK.
llLAMD OnlUM NOMOITID SATIhrAOTIOH OlIAliNTIIU
BkHJ UOUNKK rOU'l AND KINO HTKKKTH,
1 o. box m
! O HUX
I Retail Grocers
623 Fort Street, Honolulu
10 to 20 Lbs.
Ih M'liMillllciillv I'iPiutriicUcI,
liHiullfill in HM-nrnnri. unit
H Jllht I'.' tllllll'llH nllt'Alt ol
nny other iniifce.
A iiniililiil ciitillcl ' K niiiil
Hensn In Hi'Im'IIiik n Cyrle," and
"1'ii.tkMMi" (!ntiil(i;ii"i free nt
I In "i'i.fvi.1 wi ' Aiti-im), Me
H. E. WALKER.
10 to 20 Lbs.
flonar Beta! k Mbudo Blraat
- OHOICE OLD -
Familj Wines and Brandies
B3 Years Old
BJ. N. R,H3QXJA.,
W1ELAND - EXTRA - PALE
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 CKNTS
chas j. McCarthy,
Commercial -:- Saloon
HARRY KLEMME, Manager,
('or. Niuianu it lleretnnla Hta , Honolulu.
Tlie Only Sportlug House In Town.
O. P. S. a Specialty
Lohengrin Lager Beer
A ways on Draogbt. 2 Glasses fur 25c
J lest of Wines, l.lipiorn nml dpir
always no IihiiiI
To All Lovers of Boa Bathing J
- Hill, UK KKI'T IN -
- nr -
N II Hhirlal AcromiiHxUllim for
IjKtlta iul CliitJmii. IIW-liu
Continual from hi l'tujr.)
tninod uffort to siouro tho prisonor.
Tlio following daj: tho inuu K.iiil
tlny would ri'tttrn In work, if tlmy
vro not coinpnllcd lo dclivur tip
tho prisoner. Tlu chief and second
ollieors wore tlien dotailed to ailt
the nun to come out and heartlio
statomout of tho trouble of tho
previous day road from tho lug
nook. This lliey reftt'i'd to do. All
tho men nudorstand KuglNli. Tho
only orders since wore lo the ho'n
anil carpenter, but none to (lie men
since tho trouble. Witness threat
1'iiud to stop their provisions and they
iiireaii'iieu inni, n no iiiu ?u, uiev
would make the liremen ouit work.
Tho younger Ogtira and Mr. Dual I
were passengers on the Naiishiiu.
Ogura A: Co., the charterers, had a
lot of saki on board for ale to the
passengers. 1 lie captain hail ob
jected to this without avail. Yalm-
tla was under the nillueiice ol luptor
on the date of the trouble. There
was no liiptor on botrd belonging
to tho ship. The captain then went
on to state previous trouble lie had
had with the defendants in Hong
kong and Kobe, viz., insubordina
tion. Mr Druatl, sworn, stated that he
was passenger on the Nanshan. He
wasaware of the trouble on Oct. 20.
lie identified Vashuda as the man
who was put in irons and Ogawa as
the man who took the wheel. lie
was standing on the bridge and the
first time he saw the captain was
when ho catno out of the forccaMlo
with blood (lowing from a wound on
his head, lie examined the captain
and found two cuts crosswise on his
head, from which blood was llowiug
profusely. Ho administered balsam
and court plaster, the hair near the
cut having to be sliaied. There
were five bruises on the back and
breast, two on tho shoulders, two on
tho side and one on theelbow. Knew
that charter company. Ogura A; Co.,
had saki on board for sale to the
passengers. He spoke to them,
saying that saki sell.iig on board
might interfere with dicipliue. Wit
ness was the owner's representative.
Ho steered the ship several times
after the trouble on Oct. 20.
C. !'. 1'ocken, chief engineer,
sworn, stated that at the time of the
assault he was on duly in the engine
room; was called by the :td engineer
to come and assist the captain; on
meeting the captain witness saw
blood trickling down his face, also
noticed a scar on his head; witness
asked what was the matter and he
said the crew had attacked him; lie
had tho quartermaster in irons; this
quartermaster was released by the
crew. The captain said with wit
ness's assistance they would try and
get the man back again. Thereupon
they went forward with loaded re
volvers, but found tliM forecastle
door barred. The captain knocked
at the door, it was opened, one of
tho men standing with a hatchet in
his hand; on seeing all the Kuro-
peans armed they imniudiately
closed and barred the door again.
Taking the number of pasougorM on
board the ship in consideration llny
came lo the conclusion on consulta
tion that the wisest thing to do
would be to leave them alone. From
tho lime the disturbance look place
the engine room crew have been
very obstinate, but witness could
not say that he noticed any direct
interference with the deck crew.
The ship was navigated by Kuro
peau ollfcurs with the asMaueo of
the engine room store keeper mid
donkey man, the former a Kuropoau
and the latter an Arab.
A. Cameron, third engineer, and
tireen, store keeper, also gae eii
tleuce, but it wa substantially the
same as that given by the former
witnesses for the pio.eculiou. The
court adjourned until 10 o'clock this
morning, the proiwutiou having
Mrs. V. C. Wilder gave an after
noon tea Wednesday, which was
greatly enjoyed by many guests.
There wa a very pleasant musi
calo last night at the residence of
Mrs. T. R. Foster. Many guests
were present. Although the house
Htauda in one of the finest gardens
in Honolulu, and its halls ami rooms
are kept like tropical bowers with
plants and llowers, there were spe
cial iloral compositions adorning the
parlors for this occasion Uesides
the music in the parlors the Quintet
Club sang and played at interval
in the porch. An elegant supper
A Groat Uattlo
Is continually going on in the liu
mau system. The demon of impure
blood strives to gain victory over
thu constitution, to ruin health, to
drag victims to the grave. Hood's
Sarsaparilla is the weapon with
which to defend one's self, drive tho
desperate enemy from the Hold, and
restore bodily health for man years.
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sickness,
indigestion and biliousness. ITie.
Ladies who are on the lookout for
Christinas presents should call at
the Ceylon jeweler's store on Niiu
anu street, where they can buy the
best gems out from Ceylon at clear
ance sale prices. Thorn are rubies,
sapphires, emeralds, pearls.eats' eyes,
ete. Also handmade laces, and
everything is being sold out regard
lesb of cost.
At Williams' .Studio are to le mmmi
I'orl rails on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of, Lantern
Slides for lecture by the set or
KAMKIIAMKUA OIIII.S' HOHOOl,
tuii nun n iiii.ti i.pi in .iii.
MAY, IV.v. I .' n. AppiiiMiioiin iiirmliiii
.lllll IIIN)' III Ni.Inmi o '-i. lllur
nt Kmiiiilmiu ha M iiiiiiiI, in it I iim Ha
w. miimi. Kiileriiiriiu llooin, Ijueeu I'.nili a
Halt, Mitiinlny iiiiirnuii: boni n lo I.'
win re .in will im iijiuttM to lint t ippli
eiinU I'll Hi Unu In I'lfiy U '"I l'iilui a
)rr. No MpplliHiiU iieely.'il nnilir Uolvn
yinrt ol nit". UW lot
(ioliiri! Hull'. Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds. : : Prop
Presents for Everybody
Cat h A-wiy Tks and ThrMor
I'asu Prices are Made.
HANDSOME GIFT BOORS
At I'iiIiIIhIutm' Prices;
lllhlrs nml I'nnrr Itcnks,
Unu Hodi'ty Nolu l'nirs In Intpst
l.iivn TciiiiN ,Siliill".
Xinns Curil, Cnli-iKlnr nml Hooklels,
NOVELTIES of all DiSilp:tOus!
I'n'nts nml I'nIiiHtitf ItixiVs.
(Ii'iiiilne I X f, KtiiVfsnnil liiunr.i,
iliilr l!riilii-s mul I'mnli,
WlocliKslcs uinl Wilsons,
Dm.mkstio Srcwixo Maciiinks
Hull'! Healtii! Mn"liltiu K'iU Up,
Muivltii; MiiKinlnl ltriilici,
Uiiltiir from ?I.(U l',
IDollS d TOVS
In (Irr-st Vnrletv;
I ruthcr (foods In Pium's, Hinrlrs,
l'ei'kit Hooks. Kti'., Ivlo., Ktc,
Ami Don't l'orj;rt we linvu mliliil n
Ami nil Hiili'rliloiis will linve
Orders for Music by Every Stumor.
There is probably less coal used
here in private families than in any
city to which that article is export
ed. The reason is plain -wood is
cheaper and of belter quality. Na
ture provides Hawaii no! with the
wonderful and rapid growing algo
roba and it supplies the fuel for the
people. Anyone who has over visit
ed the neighborhood of Wnialao has
Im'oii attracted by the forests of trees
of this description. People who
have gone there to inspect Mr. Iseu
brg's ranch have marveled at the
care and attention given the cutting
of trees for the market. As the sup
plj coin nwino of Hie Ice in regulat
ing the price of a commodity so tho
thousands of trees on Waialae Ranch
act as a factor in putting down the
price of wood. Mr. Jsonborg sells
wood cheaper than anybody else and
delivers it free in any part of Hono
lulu. King up either telephone and
get a cord.
If you've had nny trouble with
your milk try some from Hie Wai
alae stock for a month.
Grocery v Store
:iJ.' .N'UUA.N'II HTISKKT,
llrluiiui Hotel mul Klne, Hlreet, next to
Has epfiii'il a l'lrsi-rlnHs (iriMory Htoro
as aline. Ho will kn-p always on liiiuil
tlm llmt uml I'renlii'Kl
American and English Groceries
Canned CiondH, Ktc,
Ami ilo Ills lieit to ple.lie all
I'nri'liases ilnllvereil to nil imrts
of the I'liy.
IfcvdC-u.tu.al Telepltono 257.
ASSIGNEE'S -:- SALE 1
The Entire Stock
YVUlNNEK ik CO.
Wll.b UK bOl.ll
Regardless of Cost.
TI IK ARLINGTON
A. iftimlly Hoiol,
l'i r Wnk Jj
I'll IM. MilNrill ll1I.N,
'I lie llini of Alliiiil'ini'H, tin-llt't.trilleiuliiii
a ill the I'iiifit Meals In tlm illy.
Tho F.urupi-an Lunch Rooms
( lloi K MNi. I'riiprlilor,
II. .ii i siriTi, nearly oppoMtt1 Iti-lliel
l'inl-Gin Metis at HoJemle Prices
At nil lli.nrH, Palrinisi'eHollL'lli-il,
11 rurrs Itrlilni! hu
mors, mul keeps tho
sen lp eo n I, limlM,
healthy, nml free iruin
MSSrrprf2XJS9i to state.
' Inr tin
Hint lx years npo t lost nearly halt f my
h.ilr. mul wli.it was tell tiirneil isrny. After
iiMhk Aer', Hair Vlirnr seeinl months,
in) hair heitan tojtrnw again, nml with the
natural color rctoreil,"
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DR. J. C. AVER & CO., LOWELL, MASS., U .S. A.
CT tlpwnrMtf itirnn ltn1titlm Tltp imii-f
- ,)r l ittnlticnl Mi th' r.iM r. Mul I
bloiMi In tin kUsj of frli f iMif IkiIIi .
Hollister Drug CoM L'd.,
Solo Agonts for thp UoMtbllc of Hawaii.
L. B. KEItlt'S
I 1IAVK JUHT KKOKIVKI) A
I.AIUIK ABMIIITMKNT UK . .
mul Lntcst Stylos.
TIIKHK (1001)8 WII.1. 1IK 801,1) IN
ANY QUANTITY KKOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Snitl
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KHKIt, - Importer,
?r-. sv) sv
I TOlU N. .A
nil, i. link or
Silk uDd Cotton Oruws Goods.
Silk, Liueu and Crape Stiirts
-OK OOMfbKTK 8TOOK -
UmiIx by YsniKloya of Yokobama.
r Wli-n you am In need of any line
of Jitantei) Woods, kit ui Ural mil ami
nave ifnltiK all around town.
ITOH A 1ST,
aoe X"oxt St., mu Cuotom Kouh
1?Olt HAI.K -A Uit(JimiscrH) on W'll
ilr Avi'iun; (loud ilousu, tlrut-clanii
II'OKBAI.K-'J.SU Acres of flood CollVe
1 l.unil, ftnoeit; llvu mllfs from towu
VoO. 17()KHAbi;-l)clrHtilH Improved Prop--rty
on 1'iiiiiiIiImiipI atrel, nmr 1'h
litm Walk, - ljts, 1! lfoilee nillnllllio;
irOltKAI.K llim-e nml Lot, Clili'ken
I House, Hlnblu, Coacli I Inline, ttu., ut
J.OK KKNT Knrn1nliel or lliifiiriilxlieil
Jluiun. In ull parts of the ully,
JUi FOKT HTltKKT,
In (lertis's Hlem Klure, oppialto Mny's
M. T. DUNKlflLIi,
I'VTr.NTKK ASH SOI.K JIASMIKAOTIUIKR
New Patented Pui Strainer
IW All Orders or ('oniiiinnlitMloiiii
uddri'M-eil lo I! O. HhII X hull, lil.,
(ulio lei vi' tlieiii on tale), or to M, T.
Iiniilii'll, will rcrrlvn prniiipt ulti'iitlon,
.TOWN T. BROWN,
Dealer In Hawaiian nml Foreliiu I'lulni;'
Hlin.ip.. P.O. lloi III, Honolulu.
HIkIii'hi prli'es mIviii for UiiiimiI mid 1 1 mil
Hawaiian Ktnnips in eliani;i for other
1'oiiiitricn from llml-i:lun approval ulii-fli.
HIii'i'U foiMiirilfil toMiiy purl of tlm lilamU
nuiiiilillirttloii ltli timn ri'ferrui'tt,
J 1.11 Im om'i to merl any collii'lom by
Gave Half tho Amount of Vour Oil
Bill Throucli unviny in I'lgnioul.
Kvery p.tuttor liotitil ue I.trooi. in
stent! of I.iiisiti! Oil, Iicciiuko:
I, l.t'coi. iiiorn iliirnblf than Unseed
'J. I.UciiL Is iiinro fConnmical thnn bin
PROOF THAT l.UCOl. IH MORE
Six years of iicluul uta in exterior
hoiifo piilutiiig in Gidiforniii (tho
most trying climnlu for putiits), in
the burning bent of (he Arizona Dns
ert, Iho A relic uolil of Alaska, nml on
tliu Atlantic: const, have fully and
practically liown that LnnoL nhvays
ottlwunrs JiiiiHeeil Oil under the rnmo
cundilious. All the uchl works in
San Francisco have dicciirilcd I.in
seed Oil for I.urot,.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Tut strong nmmoniii on Linseed and
Lucol paint. Tlie Linseed paints
itru destroyed in it few minutes; tho
Lucol paints are practically una (reel
ed. PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Rrcnk up 1 lhs. paste while lead
in one pint of Lt'coi., and the same
quantity in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread the paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tliu Lucol
paint spreads its fur its and covers
much bettor than Hie Linseed paint.
To Kot equally good covering with tliu
Linseed paint you have to tine 1!J lbs.
of white lead to one pint of Linseed
Oil. This menus u saving of j lb. of
paste lead (o each pint of Lucol. tmrd,
or (1 lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your Having more than half tho
llrsl cost of the Li'coi..
Lttcoi. is not in competition with
cheap MiihcciI Oil substitutes.
AeeniR tor the Hawaiian Islands
H. I. Hll AW, Proprietor.
and Pino Boor
IIKI.I. TKI.KPHONK 191.
Cor. KIiik ami N'niinnti Htrevt, Honoluln.
A 1.IM1TKI) NUMIIKIl OI-' BIIAItlld
' lo ilie S. utli Kou ili.e l!einpniy
Tliu Company lias nopilri'il live liuiulred
urn's nf eollett land III ft-e simple at Pupa -',
htontli Koiirt, lluwiitl, nlioiit tlirie and one
half mild from lloopulon Isnillnj;. Tho
land Uuinoii); tliu hust fur coll'ue HrowhiK
In Konn, the soil euiisUtliiK of very rich a-u
ami easily worked. A lare nunilier of
chares linvu already hecn suliscrlliud for.
aV- Apply to
J. M. MONHAltltAT,
Cartwrlht'N llloclc, .Merchant street.
Episcopal Gburcb Services!
BEdlNNINO ON SUNDAY, OfTOltKIt
Utli, regular iiiorniiii! uml tiveuiiiK
services will ho held hy tliu Melhmllst I'.pN
copal Ihuriih of Honolulu. UKv. Il.'w.
I'l.OK, Pastor, In the hull, nt the corner of
Fort mid llotul streets (TliUtle, formerly
Aiiuexution Oluli lioonis).
A formal organization ut thU I'liiirch
will taUn plai-u on Kiinday, N'ovemher 4,
All Ohrlstiuns uotnlllliated with any other
KvuiikuIIcuI uhiliuh uro Invited to unite in
People's Baggage Express
WILL (JAM. ANY 1'AKT OK TIIK
City for lUOUAOK. All llaUKe
received nyuswlll ho handled with earn
and disputed, Wiil'koiis will he on the
Whurf to meet ull Kortdini and Inter
Island Stenuiers. .Movlnt; I'limos uml
I'lirnitii'o u spelilty. OllleeUniteil
(,'arrlanu Co. and l.lvury Stuhles, corner of
KiiiKund Kurt Strciits, next to K O, Hall
tVHoii. lioth lulephoiies'.xu
UUJSiii M. T. MA11SHALL.
- WIliL ATTKND TO -
Management and Sale ot Property
Collecting In All Its Branches.
Orriva: No. 42 Merchant Htri-et.
tTranr.A.x. TEZ.spxi.oxraB 3 bo.
AT THE ANCHOR
Huuor iiruunou I
1'riidorleh.Bburi; Iloar I
straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds ami Heat HualUy.
HoiitUwoHt flornar Kltig & Nuuann Bli.
WILLI AM KOSTI3U,
A'lTOUNKY AT LAW.
llfliii.Vi'd to i .Meri'hnnt Hlrret.
Mvitvtui Toiuphono aao,