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J. Alien Frauds, toiler of tho City I
Iiank, Hartfonl, coufi's.-t.d to t'liiljo-
zliiiH tf&VJSii and is ttuilur arrest.
Prairio lirca aro doing lunnonse
untnagu 111 Nebraska.
Judtfu Coifoy has niuneJ a decree
at Sau Francisco imititr tlm wlmlo 1
Utllf tint who lit 1
of the Illy the millions to Florence
lilytho-HinckUty. An appeal is al- !
most certain within the statutory J
ten days. i
Gouoral Amos U. uVekwitli. who
was cinoi 01 commissary m ueneral
V. T. Shorinau's army, died at St.
Louis yesterday, aged li'.t.
The Gorman Kmb.issador has no
tilled the Government tli.il, owing
to the introduction of Texas feer
by two shipments from New York,
the importation of fresh beef and
cattle from the Cnited States to
Germany will soon be prohibited.
The Lucauia, which arrived at
New York yestordni, reduced the
record from (jucoinstowii by twenty
The proceedings by the Attorii'iy
General of Now Jersey to dissolve
the trust known as the American
Tobacco Uoiiinanv were icsutned
In a speech to the Slate Charities
Convention 111 a Michigan town jes
terday, Mrs. Agnes d'Arcamble creat
ed a sensation by advocating a law
to "prevent large families when the
parents are indigent or utihe.ilth. "
The I uiou county, N. ,)., grand
jury has taken action against lotter
ies at church and other fair.
Chicago Hoard of Trade specu
lators are melted over a sudden
jump up of i cents a buhel 111 corn
A .iruiMil .STOHV.
Ueruard Campbell is pushing a
claim agaiimt the Government for
SllK),OtNi ilamages. Ho says he was
sent to the Vet Indies a a uiarnie
engineer to work on American
steamers. At Cape Uayti he was
with others forced by I'layliau olli
cers to leave the steamer Geo. .
Clyde, to enter the service ( the
llaytiau Government, lie reftiMil
to go and boarded the C S. S.
Galena, but Admiral Gherardi de
clined to interfere on Ins behalf and
referred him to the American I ou
st)!. Upon lauding, after a talk wuh
the Consul, he wa attacked bv Hai
tian ollicers, who broke In teeth
and threw him into deep water, lie
escaped in a small boat to Monte
Cristo island, and eventually reaehed
uu American port.
The cruier San Francisco is to be
sent to the Ktiropcau station for
three j ears.
Secretary Herbert has detailed a
court-martial to try Lxcctilivc O1I1
cer .Martin and Navigator l.lliott
igalor l.lliott oi
the Adams for stranding that vessel
on the Alaska coast last Miiuuicr.
Chief .Naval Constructor Hich
born in his annual report recom
mends that the Government kIuiiii,
have under construct ion rout union
Jy at each of the impoitaiil repair
yards-New ork, Norfolk, and
Mare Island -at least one vessel !
sullicieiit sie to constantly eniplov
a force of workmen enough to ran!
the emergency demands usually
made by the licet when undergoing
its annual overhauling. Alter the
necessary armor and ordnance ma
terials are received he thinks the
battle-ship Oregon can be coiuplei
ed 111 four mouths.
The llagship Philadelphia, with a
full supply of coal, has bin hauled
into the stream at Yallcjo.
John McLcod, Liberal, was elect
ed without opposition to represent
Sulherlaiidshire, Scotland, in the
Jlouse of Commons.
Latest advice regarding the con
diliou of the Car are conflicting
Some reports have him improved,
while others are that he is 110 better.
The light of the purists against
London imisiu halls is proving sue
cessful Owing to the refusal of the
Loudon I ounty Council to grant a
license to the Ltupire drinking audi
torium, that establishment in com
pelled to close its doors.
When Thos. F. Ilayard, C S. Min
ister, returns to Lnglaud he will re
ceive honorary degrees from the
universities of Oxford and Cam
A plot to blow up the Chamber of
Deputies has been reported to tin
1'aris police. Three anarchist, from
l'oissy, Lille and Lyons were to do
In the Socialist ( ongressat Frank
fort-on the-Maiu .1 motion was
adopted that the agrarian iiiestion
xvas a necessary part of the .Socialist
program, and could onlv be solved
by giving back the soil, wuh the
means of labor, to the producers
uow cultivating the laud as paid
two mi inuts nisii.s
General vou ( aprivi, Chancor
of Germany, has tendei.nl his re
signation to Lmperor William
Count vou Luleiiberg, the Prussian
l'reinier, resigned at the same time
Various reasons are siiriuised foi the
Chancellor's act, but the most pro
liable one is the previously reported
tension between lain and l.ulcuhcrg
over anti-revolutionary measures
The latter was for severity in deal
ing with socialism. The lieVliu Tage
blatt argues that the resignations
afford tin! clearest proof of the
necessity that the highest positions
in the hmpiro and I'nissi.i be com
The (toss-McLaren Lumber Co. of
Vancouver has contracted with a
South African mining company for
100,000,000 feet of lumber.
A Valparaiso despatch says the
Government of Chili has decided to
negotiate a loan of ibM 100,000, pre
forably in Lnglaud, with a view of
getting on a gold basis not latei
than .inly, IKMJ.
News from ( ahul is that the
Ameer of Afghanistan, whose 10
ported death or dying has been
causing great auviety, i, attending
to business as usual.
The latest plan for ( "iiiial me
ricau Union is to have a eoufereiice
in Costa Idea of two delegatus from
each republic, which should pro
claim a provisional federal republic
ami choose the president by lot
from the presidents of tlm present
An Aniorit-rui nowejinpor corres
pointful in llrail reports that lie
-.n ili. bod'e, of fourteen iivmi who
by orders of military eoininauders
had been buried alive in a standing
It i r.i
It IX roivnrtril Hi.il llin Mi-inrili
relieli have sustained a crushing
A laro export of oranges from
Mexico to the Culled States is ex-
iineted tins nniin.
OrilKH ISLAND ELECTION.
Soimtoi 8 Without Opposition Hepre-suutntivi-s
I'ollowing are the votes cast for
Senators ill the First Senatorial
District, being the Island of Hawaii.
there being no opposition:
Ii..l Kviuvv, M7
i- s LtM .... aw
t 11 vui.is Sort 1 v. S11 'Mi
FuvM. Noiiiiiiiip 211
In the First Kepresnntative Dis-
tr.ct. consisting of Puna, Hilo and
Ih.nakua, the two Representatives
went elected without imposition, and
votes vjere cast a, follows:
K. K. Kntiviins Jt'.'l
u. KviKorr ;m
In the Second Representative Dis-
tnct, consisting nf Kau. Kona and
K..li.ila. there were live candidates
for the two seats. Messrs. I'ond and
Kaniauoha were elected, the vote
being as follow. :
K. CoilNHII s I.ONIl 17IJ
G I'm 11. K in i mil I fJl
Samuel Kauhaue. .
Ixalaiw aa III.'.
Moses I hi 7S.(
TIIK MVll I.I.I ( TIOSs.
Wm. Goodness, the independent
candidate for Senator, has been left
nt tiiitiiii mi Mnut. Tlm r.illnti-iii.r t
the state of the poll at its dose,
three Senators being the quota for
the Second District Maui, Molokai,
Lanai ami Kahoolawe:
iV ''"liJumis'.'.' ;.".".'.!'.;; :!:'!
u.n iio.isiu i.'tn
t.,"t;':'? T,' :;; .; :,,',
The I lord District for Ifepresen-
tatives is the same as the Second
Seiialonal District .Maui, etc.
There was 110 opposition, and votes
were east as follows:
W. I'. II in H'd
!:. M. IIimni :wi
RKSIDKNTS AND STRANG KRS.
Snmit of tho People Who Have Itomn
from tlio Const.
TheS S Nustralia. which arrived
l his morning from Sau Irnmisco.
brought home a number of old ka-
inaainas, notable among ll.eiii being:
S. ( ' Allen, who returns in the best
of health with Mrs. Allen, .1. A. hoilk'S HIV ill lll.lt loCalilV, pi'O
Ilopp.T. Mrs. ,md the Misses Hop ... . , . ' .
per! Mrs NV.IJ. Godfrey and famil v. JVllV Will IlkTiMM! Ill Nallie
M. Meli.en.y and daughter. II. I' ,CIV f,- f IlO reasull thai WJlk'l"
W ichm.'iii. wife and child, U. I ... , , ... , ,.-. ,
l.illie and wife, NV. O. Lackland, Will be plellllllll. II Hie .IjoV-
Mrs. .1 : II. Soper and daughter. c,mlK., ou,J v injiuvd to
Hairy Wilder and W. Savidge are
among the relumed wand. rers. pill Improved Mode blltelS III
S. T. I.arraelough and wife also .1, ,:,... .1, , 1, . ,1.1, ,.r .1, , ......
arrived. Mr. l'.arraclough h a mer- "K P'P-,S ,lk lKlUl "' llK u,n"
chaut 01 California, ami is the agent
,ln''5,XI a railroad contra -lor.
comes to work 011 the Oahu Kail
U'w. T. lliekey.a cominissiou mer-
,,,,.?.,,b '?.? vi-slli.r.
I.S Dickuis and wife ncconipany
Itudoloh Snre.-kels. Mr. Dickins wifl
Chas. lbert, manager for the
Sau Francisco NN ieland Breweries,
wa"s a passenger. Ho is accompanied
by Mis. Ilgbert.
M. .IoIiiisoii, V Storey and Ira
01 tamp are 1 hie., young men who
inteml going into the gents' furnish-
I.'.ube,, Tucker, agent for the Ha-
tvaiian Banana Dep ,t at Sau Fran-
cisco, conies on a VlSlt.
A Strong Horse
i.s THK ni.sn.T cik i:.kis(i
A FKESll SUPIM.Y
Hay and Grain
lusl Arrival .rr "H. II. Wllilrr."
CA I.I. AND SKK ITS.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
i'firiifrOins"ii iV Niiimiiu Hu.
lioTii Tki.kimiovks 121.
W A ! lv lv I
Batliing and Picnic - Recoil
I or I iiiiiiIh'o, I mlii'H uiiil ( In ilri'it.
i I KM- III -.iN Mil.
DIIAS. r. WARNnn, : : : : Mncr.
- i i ii li f" i.r.i Miif li uriil iii
I VMi Hi' - iKHI.
1,000 Acrfs, a Large Gsilcli
li iti in iimri mill it.lt (in
i nil.i I I'M"
fh- l liri'
I17i tin U Miti limit hlM'il
I AOl I AH1DC
I liUuIy 1 K 'J
' J r
Oitolvr ?. lS(J.f.
The I11 st elect ion under the
Republic p.issed oil' as quietly
us an ordinal y funeral and Ar.
Klenime, the strongest in the
opposition, once more pioved
hllllsell .1 man whose destlllV
. , ,. , '
IS to J,M It'll lV ;l VCI' Stliull
The count showed
K. ,vi,miI.u candidates to be
stionviei in eveiy pellicular
h. ... ,1. ; ,.. :, j.,..,,
"" llloir opponents: ' W
. a , jj,,, j( w;l ,. wsh 0f
lc voters that the "regulars"
, 1 .t 1 V 1 1
arc to make the laws for the
masses. The I'CS
is a rous-
. 1.1 1.,
"Itf Victory loi tile p.lll.Y
power, inasmuch as noi one 01
the opposition secured enough
votes to cany him to victory.
As an object lesson the result
will have its clTects upon po
litical dabbeiv. it shows that
the Populists, non-Partisans or
the Farmers' Alliance are not
equal in political generalship to
,1, . .....I.:.,., .,, ,',,,1, ,r. ,,f i,
,lk WIKI"r meilllVls ol IIIl
A. U. P. I lie defeat is Cllisll-
U ln" no m:m or sot ol nk'n
e.tn uo down a siuimjj noail
i uilli'uu .treltiil.tr'aspliii-
. '. .' . '
lei' SOIIIeWllcrC 111 tlieil' aiia-
,.,.., i.. A I! P ll id l'Vl'IV
,l,m' ' IK '' ' ' ' l1,lJ' tX'
point covered so well that Air.
k'l..mm.. ur.iv r.i-illv III,- iinlv
"" -". "" J
... ... ...
.... ..I .1. . . ...... !..... .. I... I
one 01 tne ii'iimimii xxiid u.ki
a chance to be elected and his
ote was so close that he
should not leel badly over his
roL.rvnjr on k. s.vs of
Punchbowl Will IV ol UlltolJ
..,... r. ,,, .1.. ..,..!.. 111Vl.
tIM (II II tt IkV l HIW k"IW llff'.-W
Mllllels WiillKi IV iVllel. All
WUler Used for Jl illkillLT Ol
eookilltj pill poses should be
lilk'led. bivell ailesiail NV.llel'
i-s ,,( M;.. p,j i ;llK voil
... . , , , .",
Will lllld a tllouMIUl paillCles
ll.'aiinir:,n,mHl: lilkT il llinmKli
ail lllipioved Stone Mitel" and
.....,,. ..( i, ..,, m ill .Ik-m-
' ,)lc "' "Mn u "' llLMP
.. , 1 ,
II '"ll ll.lNe .1 calMllel 111 Volll
p;lt r on which lllei'e is U V.l-
. . . . . .
cailt space llll ll Willi KooK-
w y. , lv . ., f ,w c1(,jlV
1 . ... 1 I
oils in 0111 iii7 wiiuiow 1 11:11
are not duplicated anywhere in
I he wm Id. The assoilmeiil is
made up of I t list's, '.,vs.
issvs and Kin's, 'ttiuvr
rAiV. In: Sliiihls. Tokuco
ltoi', ('Jiihahtli' Puis, and a
half doen other lliinj-s both
useful and oin.tmenlal.
'I he I kinchin lap Walei
1- ill or at a dollar tills an aching
Noivl in the wants of the cook.
Handsomely nickel-plated and
IVench ("00k Knives aie the
best knives obtainable for the
kilt hen. Wade ol the linesl
iiialily of steel and hardened
so I hal the edi,re Nvill not I inn
up when it stn'kes a bone 7
cenls and a dollai.
In the mallei ol Sewintr Aa-
'chines, we hold that the Wer-
llieim lnplex is the most ser
viceable in the maikel because
it makes three distinct stitches.
I or rullleson the babies" clot h
X you want a single stich.
I he Weilheini makes it.
1 l:oi y,ood hard sewing on
the bovs' knickeibockeis vou
w .in I a lock stich. I he Wei
lheini tfivos it.
I 01 all soils ol sevvinjj on all
soils ol cloihint,' you make
0111 selection oi stitches and
Hie Weilhvini will do ilk vvoik.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co, Ltd,
()1mmI4 HiirfuktiUt' llhKik,
Not, only is nnr
our prices arc tlio LOW FIST, mid our levins
lint most LLHIiSHAIj wr oM'eml tlio public.
Ibiy Kino Furnihbius of us, tit Lower
Prices 1 lisiii aro charged for inferior 'rados
elsewhere, and enjoy
Hopp So Co.,
tsTo. 74 King Street
Pioneer Furniture House
E33TA.BJLiieHH:E 1 SB.
New Goodh ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
Mill III MAK IIKIHtOOM HK'IH,
"IKAH. 1.111 SdhS, IV.MtlUtllltKM,
MlUltOliS, MDIU.IMMIH, Km.. KTI'..
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
IVr Itnll of in Ynnls II2.UI.
And a Piijh Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Runt i Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179. 1 KlBPBONBS Hutnal 76
lHili:r,.-Mir III I' K, IVIImiin.
09 AN"0 611 KIN"G STREKT
An invoice of the
Water juot recoivod
direct, from the Springo
in Shauta, California-
Sljuata'' ia tho
finest mineral water
in the world. It la
uccd in every loading
hotel and on all tho
r'lilv.'uy dining cure in
tho United Ctatou.
Shasta' ' ia tho
Queen of all tt-ble wa
ters; blendn perfoctly
with liquor of all
kinds, and ia a natural
rel l ef for aj 1 disor
ders of tho atom-oh,
kidneyo and liver.
For sale by all drug
gir. ta and tho trade
gci.cral ly .
MACFARLANE A CO. LTD,
Sole Agents for tho
Mi'lH'K IS IIKKhllY (IIVKN I'll I
1 nil il.nin- ni;iitit lint l rilfrliiii h.i
Ihiiii wilt tin mii-iI liy .Mr Jim. I' Mur
uiin, mill nil uiilHtmiilliiK nri'iiiiiitMiluii tin'
i'rllcriiiii Miluiin mill tlio Jnlilillix IiiuimmiI
I.. II. Hi,- nil In ihii iilinu' ilutii ire IihviiIiIii
in Mr I.. II. I i.ii. All IiIIIh iiiihIiixI I.. II.
li iili-npc iiroKiil liiiiiiiillnli'ly fur h'ly
mini j ii, inn:
lliuiiiliilii.Otil. 3, Ih'.M. Uf'- iliii
Stock tlio Iiii'ohI, but
thom while you are
Ci eolations Lead to Correct Recalls.
ll'icrr firnjilr m.ilr i inlnlnlf tt lit fijijx
imj tlmt jt-nl jitrlinrM ntt urittturU'i rj )fit
II V 'iif trtliwj iiirlinct ficr; ilmj.fit tnijnire
miy limiif, Ihr )irltr uf nhlrh iimilil nttinihU
tlmff mil iirtjiinliititl iii'tlt Hit fact.
It It nut iirirMiiri In jc n jirtl jirimfrtrlilnii
nr ruiiniilwj lit nrilri tn luiie u unrL of ml,
'Hit mrtliiiil uf rrpriMlitrllint hum1 In iijnf,
iiiilci it initlMt fur jimilr nf mwlrriitr intuit
iitiirllm Ihtlr iiniltliirr m iihlmr. In ijmtifi
thrti tiittt fur Hit liimitifiil,
li'irnt mnijr fur tilt illtilni uf Imlr, In Hit
trlrrlliiit uf tnlijrctt, itiijlurilnl our IniiHi
yiilurtt in rhrrt firm unit iiiiiuUltitiJt front
irliiili In ttlrrt tUt fminti,
Hue urn! iietrr lit ul it luti tu I iiniini lull to
yiit nt ii inrtriit, tit iiuij Hint ut fur Hiiii )mr'
jnr, fur tlitrt it nnlhiwl liitlrr Hunt a furlurt.
tW .ImiJ A'.Vfi IIIHIS. it Hit uliirt In yrt
between China and Japan
will catiHe priccH for their
k'iIU f.iliricHto jfo hiulier; no
count ry can liyht nud weave
Kilk at the K.unctiine. The
price ban already advanced
and the pamiK state that
the war is likely to be "on"
for two or three years. It
behooves the careful buyer
to puroh.isc now. AVu had
mi iiniuense stock of Japa
lii se Cioods ordered before
war was declared, conse
quently we can continue to
sell at the old prices as lon
as our prchcnt stock ho'ds
out, and then the Wur will
force prices up. Our last
consignment consists of Silk
hvs Cioods, both (inured
and plain ; Morning Gowns
for Ladies and (lints, ,s'ilk
Kimonos, Smoking .lack
ets, Silk Pajamas, Japanese
and ('bina Ware, Screens,
Lamp Sbadis, Lunch Ilns
kets, etc., etc.
lltili'lHl. (Arliiii'liui llliH'k),
Miih, J I', , I'm, i, ami, rriirli'lri'M.
Olaa, Hawaii, Oct. 10, 1894.
IIAWAHAN CAKlirAGE M'P'O CO.,
Last July you make break for me and Saturday I
hitcheil up new hoivh drive, to Hilo. I drive bout half mile
and h'c one tour-int with plug hat. Tlm hoi nil shy and break
and I cried out takit off the plug hat, but the man stand
stare at me like one lolo. Then horsli run away for mile.
I been ride; on railroad, but never ho ojiiek a this. When
horsh turn off road he go over stone wall and break go up
in air l(i feet and eome down over the wall. Then horsh get
lon.se and gohed. lie is running now, I teenk. I broke leg,
knock out tree teeth and sta'en my back bout beeg as door
mat. The break no injure. Vare Mrong, I teenk. Just
as quick as 1 get better am going lind Chinaman that sold
urn the horsh.
AN TONE DE CrMA.
"Wliiter ! Stronger !
Prices below any other Standard Flour in Market.
Theo. H. Davies fe Co., L'd.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Corner Fort 6 Hottil 8tu
From Recent Direct Importations
MAIS' TOOTHBRUSHES !
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. IjA.K.CHD A8SORTMBNT,
FI3STE3ST IJST FIL,.VOPi
Of any imported. diiHt received by
KOLLIBTKR &c OO.