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FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 1894
SlTt'ROAY. N'OV. 17.
Am lik Column from l'orllnml, Oregon
Haw Imrk It 1' lltthet, Morrison, 111 days
from Han Krntu'lro
Btmr Mukolll from Miuil. I.mml ntut Molo-
Stmr Kllnuru Hon from llnwnll
Htinr Wninlt-nle from Uninnktm
Stmr Iwalnnl from llnwnll ami Maui
HATt'RIKY, NOV. IS.
Haw lik .Mnmin Aln, Htnlili, fur Port Town-
Am sclir E?a, Klltgainl, for Kilmliil
VosboIs Leaving Monday.
Stmr Iw.ilfinl tor Nnwlllwlli mid Ilium-
mniitn nt I ti m
Stmr Keniihoii for MoktiMa, Knlmkit and
fittur Jas Mnkrp for Knpim nt 4 m
Cargoes from Island Porta.
Stmr Wnlnlenle -70 Mis lenvu. ami 13 pkg
Krmii lla nil, icr stmr Innlntil, Nov 17
S I'iurvt., Y Adni'lieniid II dck.
1'roin Snu rrniicl'co, i or lik 0 1) llryant,
Nov ID -Mr and Mrs Herman and W J
Kroin Hull rrniicl'Cn, per lik It I Itlthct,
Nov 17 MrC I! tatlinip, II II llnti'li. I,
K I'n-oott, Ml.. (1 l.ntlirop ami JIM 'k.
Tin- dark Column arrived ont'lde to-day
from I'ortltml, Oregon, .siio In on her way
to lilnn, mill It mnMn one of her minimi
cnllanl thin inrt.
Tim dark Mmma Ala, Cnptiln Smith,
cleared at the Ciiitom llonu to-day for
I'ort Town.cml with you tons Imllait. The
.chooner hvi also cleared In ballast, litit
tliu h IkiiiiiiI for Knliulttl tuloail with Ulnar.
Good Music but Poor Light.
KalnkaunV birthday wan fttrtlior
celebrated laitt nij;lit by a concert nt
tho Hawaiian Hotel, trivon by tlio
National band, formerly tho Huynl
Hawaiian b.nnd. An usual a profit
concntirao of all aKa, scxea and ti.i
tiontillllon thronged tlio grounds to
hoar tho old favorite, some bittur
roiWUonn woro hoard on tin repot 1
tiou of a dearth of electric current
for lihtM in both tho band Aland
and thu hotol. It wan obnorvi'd that
this deprivation of litfht only hap
ponn whou thu uativo band playn,
while there in alwayn a full current
for illuiniualioti when thu Govern
inuut baud ulayn at tho namu place.
Tho hotel ll(htn aru iu thu Govern
ruunt's electric Hhllii" system.
Thu valuu of Hartuian ntuul mats
J.u nuch weather as wo havu had and
aro Koiiitf to have, in dinuunsud by
thu Hawaiian Hardwaru Co.'s adver
tising udilor iu tlioir column, an well
an inauy olhur things which thosu
who road will Ih interested in. Look
Iu tho regular spot.
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,.t. . i j lkit,Ui4tiJiilill
H I . . T',.l . .1.1
f - t ' - rV W.y Wnir,!',. (.'ill
The Hoard of Health roroin.
mend lliut all tlriukin wutor
bo boiled and lillcrt'd. Xo ono
doubts the iicfi'.x.sity of lliU pro-
caution with our city Mipply,
but tliosc who drink
-aw nl ways -uro of iln ab-olutc
purity. Wo warrant ovory bot
tle. Napa Sm. i.-, a puro iniiif.
ral wator.jiihl as it coiiiCM'harcd
with s-parkliuo; jjhp from tho bo
hOin of uiothor earth. It is pre
scribed and recommended by the
most eminent physician. It i
not one of the new "muke-be-lieve"
natural waters, but ha
been iu extensive ue for twenty
live year.. We furnish thi
"KiiiB of Table Water" by the
liottlo, )o.uii or Case. We now
luivo ease. of Sixty Hot tie., 0
pucially for familie, at the very
reasonable price of 11 per eae.
A trial order solicited by the
Af;uiitb for ttm iluwuilnn lt-1 tixls.
PLKOTION OK OFPIOKItS.
A T TIIK AD.HlUltNKIl
ASM' A I.
J Mi-itiliiiMif tlio I'mks I'l'niCn
Iiehl on I'rliluy, iIih Kill, him., the follow
lni: (llllori worn fli'cli'il tur tlm i'iiniii
K. ('. Mai'lailiuii) 1'nlilunt
W. I". Allrii . VI I'ri.Mcni
I. W, Mui'fartiitii ..Mun'mir A 'rrfiii'r
. .. rWri'tary
K. It. Vi
I". It. VIIIA,
UUJ-3t &o'y Union IV.-d Co., l.l.
LOCAL AND OXWZHAIi WXWB.
Tho Government baud will play
at Emma Square this afternoon.
Flannelettos 12 yardn $1.
M. S. Levt.
Embroideries, large line, Ham
burg and Swiss.
M. S. Lkvt.
Tho annual meeting of Wilder
Steamship Co., Ld., will bo held on
Monday morning at 10 o'clock at
tho company's ollico.
Oorn Narita Is now Iu chargo of
the Japanese Legation and will sign
all papur connected with the lega
tion, during Mr. Fujii's absence.
C. Stoecklo offers his Edison
phonograph, iu first-class condition,
for sale. Ho will instruct the pur
chaser iu tho use of the machine.
Mechanics' Home, cornor Hotel
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms: 25 and CO
emits per night; $1 and $1.25 per
The bark C. D. Bryaut brought
three fine bay horses two for l'aul
Iseuberg of tho Walalae rauch and
one for tho Honolulu Firo Depart
ment. The funeral of the late J. It,
Cowen will taku place from the
Catholic Cathedral at 3 o'clock to
morrow. Friends and acquaintances
are respectfully invited to attend.
Thu stockholders of the Mutual
Telephone Co. will meet at tho com
pany's building on Monday after
noon at 2 o'clock, for thu purpose of
electing otUcurs and doing other
A detective was stationed in the
Salvation Army barracks yesterday
evening during the services, owing
to a complaint that hoodlums an
noyed thu mooting by thoir noisy
Tho Honokaa and Kukulhaele
plantations expect to start iu grlud
ing about thu end of this month.
There in planty of rain in tho Ha
tuakua district and tho cauouolds
There was a large attendance at
the Gleaners' lautoru show in tho
Y. M. C. A. hall last night. C. Hedo
maun worked the instrument, and
Dr. Hydo eavo brief oxnlauatious of
tho scones. The views wore from a
wido range, including thu South
There was a goodly attendance at
the opening of tho gospol tent last
mgiii, wnon auurenses wero delivered ,
by Hovs. Erie Lewis and T. D. .
Garvin and Lieut. Stiloraau of U. 13. j
M. S. Hyacinth. Comfortablu Boat
ing ami olectrlo lighting are pro
II. F. Wichman addressos the
Uui.lktin'h readern in this issue, nhow-
iug reasoun why it pays to deal with '
him. Incidentally ho mentions an
articlo that would make a handsome
Christmas present. Mr. Wichman'n 1
windows at present contain a won-:
derfully rich exhibit.
Senior Captain Parker apoared
as prosecuting oil! cor in the District
Court this morning for the first time
since his promotion. Two canes of
drunkenness wero on the docket.
They pleaded guilty and tho regular
nominal fine was imposod. The pro
sedition requested that the other 1
eases bo remanded until Monday. I
Deputy Marshal Iirowu is absent ou ,
a short vacation. ,
Y. M. 0. A. Jubllou. I
A jubilee service will lm held at 1
the Y. M. C. A. from 0:30 to 7:15 '
to-morrow evening, in celebration of j
the semicentennial of the organi
zation of thu first society. There
will bo addresses an follows:
Our Aiooclutloii .C. II. Klpley
Our It lutiou 10 the Cliurcli
. . Uev. H. W. Peck
Tim JiiiillfuCoimtiit'oii . I). W. t'orbftt
Tim international Committee
A. 11. Wood
A collection will bo taken up in
Ixthalf of the international com
mittee. Tourists by Bailing Vessel.
Tho Hawaiian nteel bark It. V.
Itithel, Captaiu Morrison, arrived
this morning. The bark left San
Francisco on Nov. I at 3 p. m. Cap
taiu Morrison reports a remarkably
fine passage, light east and north
easterly winds predominating. There
wan no rain throughout the passage.
The l(!thet brought a full cargo,
besides six tourists. Two of these
Mrs. C. E. Lathrop autl Miss C.
Lathrop are wealthy Indies travel
ing round the world. They will
stay in Honolulu for a while.
An Edison Pboriograph.
Or thi: i.atkbt imimcovkd makk.
Imt llltlo iihul, li ollurtil for Halo at u
v-ry Ion llnrH. I lie intitriiiiifiit, wllli u
luritn niiinlierof cliolco rroonlN, h an in
vnlimlilit uiljiinut to mi evunlnu party, or
may liu iimilo illiiMrtilbo of Iccturut or
i.iMoruniUN. Tlu iurrlumt-r will Iib tuuttht
how to nut nt hi tittti tlio iniiclilim and liow
to rc.iiilrniiy prolialilu Injury. The only
rritmiii for tin.- nalii in tlio flinjiitliin of tlio
prrii'iit owner lo leave thu country. In
U'IhIInu iiiiirlia'drn limy Imve oinirtunlty
to hen tlio inurlilnu In oicriitlou liy calling
ut .Vi Hotel street, Miil.i'iin lllock (near
Nuuuuil i-trix't), lii'tuei'ii the liotiro of 11 .
m. ami I r. m. cui'h ilay until tlio 'JltU lust.,
or liy aililrt'islni; tlio uiuluril.'iii'l. care of
I'ostollli-u. f. 810KCKI.K.
I 1HJ IW
DELICATE ! DELICIOUS I DAINTY !
Tln'-i' urn Nfw 1'iirk l.iiri;i, Kat, Kxlrn
N. II. Tito Onna of thia brand
NEW STEAMER AGROUND.
8he Sticks on a Sand Bank on tho
Edge of the Channel.
The new steamer Keauhou loft on
its first inter-island trip yesterday
evening at 9 o'clock in chargo of
Captain Le Claire, formerly of the
ill-fated steamer C. II. Dinhop. The
Keauhou had been chartered by tho
Hoard of Health to take members
and privileged visitors to tho leper
settlement on Molokai. W. O.
Smith, president of the Board of
Health, nad charge of the expedi
tion, the following being passengers:
Miss Cook. Mrs. Brown, Captaiu
Hawes, Bishop Willis. Father Leo
nor, Drs. Day, Weddick, Raymond,
McOettigan and Murray; Messrs.
Lansing, Eua, J. T. Waterltouse, Jr.,
C. B. Iteynolds, J. D. McVeigh, W.
L. Wilcox, J. W. Girvitt, C. D.Chase,
W. N. Armstrong, Itov. O. 1. Emer
son, Itev. J. Waiatuau, Captaiu J. A.
King and Frank Godfrey.
The Keauhou backed away from
tho Inter-Island wharf promptly ou
lime and headed out the harbor.
The party ou board was in a jolly
mood. Shortly after the steamer
had passed the lighthouse she stuck
on a sandspit. The shock was not
great, as the steamer was going at
slow speed ou account of tlie dark
ness. Thoso who watched her from
shore saw that the little steamer had
met with a mishap, and thu services
of the tug Elou were solicited. Tho
tug went out with Captaiu Godfrey
and others ou board. Hawsers were
made fast and after n little pulling
thu Keauhou was got off into deep
water again. On examination it was
found sho had not been injured, aud
tho Keauhou continued on Iter way
to Molokai The Keauhou stuck
fast on the saudspit for about three
quarters of au hour. Her whistles
aud those of thu tug attracted a
crowd to thu city front. A sensation
was caused all over town when wortl
pasted round about thu accident
Tho Keauhou will return to-morrow
Tho much talked-of road race be
tweett Terrill aud Grilliths anil a
number of local wheelmen will tako
place a week from to-day. Tho
cyclists are in daily training. Huby
Dexter has evidently Improved con
siderably, autl will make the pace
hot for champion Giles in the com
As a Rule
You do not yot more tliuu
your moiH'y'H worth when
you make u puroluirfe; and u
rent ninny times not quite
Youi' j;ood eomiiiou -eiixe
will tell you (hut iikM eon-cot-ns,
If they fullilleil the
lilcdirp.muuile in their ml vcr-ti.scmunt-.,
could not last -.ix
iiioiitlis. "Lting Annt'T"
and with your good judg
ment decide who really
carries the bet eclcctcil
stock; whoeirood, are ol'the
"Kini:st (JrAi.iTV;" who
gives "Tin: Must Ton Tin:
My irnoiln combine the
quulity, with a low a price
as same goods can be pur
chased anywhere. Sueh
line as 1 carry, cauuot be
purchased by remaining at
home and writing for them,
ami for that ivumhi I make
my yearly trip to the miir
kets ol'the World. Picking
up a new lint hoc, a few
pieces there, until I haw
gatherud together every
tiling new and deniable in
my many lines.
You'd be astonished to
get a l-'IXK r.MMiKM,A,
hunilsoiiiely carved head,
with a line stylish cane lo
match, both mounted iu
s . s o.
The set for this is about
whut a cane alone Used to
cost; and yet this i- what
we are ollcring you now;
and this i only one of iiiau.s
articles ut popular prices
ollercd thi season by
H. F. WICfiMAN,
KuIih'K'iI. t)no trliil will jihivh llo'lr iiifrllt,
conUtn n itnmtor nutintity tliiin tlioao of
" ' '
lc Fsteraozx, Coast i.(;on.ts.
flfin'JKm x.--:Z--' IwVtar
Sir. Seward TPapltn
North Volner, K. Y.
System Broken Down
Distress Pains In the Back
New Llfo and Strength Olvon by
"at. Hood A Co., LokcII, Masi.t
"Dear 81m 1 f do not think there It an; other
medicine on tha market 90 good as Ilood'i Sar.
uparllla. 1 hive taken onlr Hires liuttle) imd
am uow In better health than for three rear.
My Svatom Wat Broken Down
0 that mr friends remarked upon my talllnf
an ay. I could not keep anything ou my
stomach and 1 suffered terrlbto dlttreM,
r!x'cl.illy In tho left iMo. 1 had n ctrro pain
In my hack all tho tlmo to that 1 ouuld not work.
Ileforo I had taken ono bottla of Hood's Bars,
parlllathnpaliilnmy hack as roho, the first
ilinu fur two )om. I can eat anything and
kei-p it on my stomach without iliureis alter
wards. Ibolroublo with my back Is ortr and
I Can Work All Day
as years ago. When peupto remark upon tha
f Innce In my looki 1 tell thorn Hood's Hamuli.
rllla did It." br.vrAitii TAi'Lix, N. Volney, N. Y.
Hood'a Pllla net easily, jet promptly and
sfiklsutly, ou tho llrer and bowels. Uc
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
fole A Rent s for the Iti'piililfr of Hawaii.
P. . JOS l.
K A. JOM'.S.
Safe Deposit and lnvdment Go.
So. IU" I'.HST .sritKIX
HACKS of Vnrloiif hli,- for Unit liy tin
Montli or Year.
VAULTS o; mi from h:i . m. until I
r. m. imit on Siiliiril.iv, wlii'ii they will
Im rlii.iil nt 'J :V) v, M,
WV liny nml t-VII llr-l-cla- S'DCKS
mill HON l)S anil imiki eilvuiiic" mi funii'.
Good things need not ho
liirh-rioocl, there mv coitiin
pri'-es, though, In-low which
no oo(), holiest ai'tiuktciut he
sold those mv our pi ices
what we call Quick Sales and
Small IVolit price-. It' you
pay less, you can rest assuied
you ct less. These are hou
t'ht statements that econoini-
cai mi) cis Know are you
one of theinV If not, why
Call and see those niariiili
cout Cotton Crepes iu hJvcii
iujLy Shades. Nothing h tiitl
hi.mcr or better was ever
offered in the market at our
prices, "And ill. rcjou are."
(.Jo tliiough the Colored and
Figured Cotton Ducks, the
Ciiiurliuiuf, O.vfoids, Calicos,
Colored French 'ryandiof,
IMack French Lawns, Linen
Lawns, pick up whatever you
will and hut a moment's in
spection will convince you
that if sou pay le-ss you will
If you wuiit to o to the
Volcano the one holding the
largest number ot our checks
will get the round trip for
nothing. Remember this
We are slashing the prices
this week on WOOLEN
ULAN K KTSuuil WOOLEN
SHAWLS, making room for
our immense stuck of
KsWi' want your trade
and will have it if goods and
prices are an object to you,
li. F. I0IIL10RS ti CO.
MMIi: ASM 11. MKKTINO 01' IV 1 1.-
1 mill, hil'MMIU' I'uMlvM, I.IMITI II,
' ' ''' '"' 'J"' .'", '! I'"0
II uoliiMi, MOSiA, .Shvi'IiiIm r
nl Mm i loi'i. ti, m h
Illiliolillll, .SilVrllllmr III, lh!l. Iibl.'t
Ilcgiiiiiing on Novembtr 1,
I SO I , I intend giving my
Customers a clmnce to win a
Trize and not only One I'ri.e
On next THURSDAY,
November 1st, every Mini,
Woman or Child who buys
1.00 worth of goods at my
Store (Temple of Fashion)
will be presented with a Cou
pon Ticket, and on December
lititli, the person holding the
largest number of Tickets
will he entitled to the Hirst
Rrie, and this Prize will
Finest Silk Dress Pattern
in our Store. To the person
holding the second largest
number of Tickets
An Elegant French Cesli
mere Dress Pattern
will be given. The Third
Iti.c will be an
Ostrich Featber Fan
Vnlitcil nl III),
and the Fouith Pn.c will be a
Fine Pair of
Vulllfll 4t W.
The people of Honolulu
have patronized the Tkmim.k
or Fashion liberally since
its removal to the new iiii.ir
ier.s at 510 Fort street, aud
the Managers appreciate this
hence tne-e Pii.es. There
are probably one hundred la
dies in Honolulu who will
buy enough Dry Goods be
tween November lt aud De
cember 2Kb to win one of
the above l'ri.es. Our Mock
is new and has been carefully
selected for the Winter Hob
day Trade especially is this
true of our Dress Patterns.
We have been to an inlinite
amount of trouble but suc
ceeded in getting the latest
shades and most beautiful de
signs; this applies to our
tMlks and Cashmeres. Our
Ginghams, Lawns, White
Mu.slinn and Ficmis.h Lawns
are the eipial (both iu price
and quality) of those sold by
any house in Hoiiolul i ; also
lilack Satins and Silks a spe
cialty. Christmas Goods,
Toys, etc., iu cndlens variety,
(loves that lit like the paper
on the wall.
And remember that, for
every i?I.OO worth of (mods
you buy you get a Coupon.
v3BT All these Piizes will
be .shown iii our window next
Temple of Fashion
Mil FOUT STHKKT.
M.G.Sim a, ::: i,i-.
J LSI Ul'KNKU AT
520 Fort Street,
Si I kolines ! Silkolines !
An pJcjiiiit rlim-nt In KiKtirnl nml Solid Oolor.
A hrwfl"!ortiiitMit of Satin ami H'tln-i'ilKP ltlbbotn, pretty odtt shades for Faticy Work.
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
'o is"tlii! of Simnn-il II In Tfn "tli,
1 'nt Cloths, Hide Hoard Scarfn. Splashers, Doylli , Kte.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
in l.'u'it IIIup, 1' nk, 1.1'Khorn, renin, l.twnder and Cardinal.
Cardinal Cotton Duck White Matting Cloth,
.ln-t the ililtit; tor I.IW Oditiitiies.
NEW FA.1.I WORSTED DRESS GOODS I
In tlio Mtpst I'tnld and Stl v, ami a full assortment of
SOLID COLOR WORSTED DRKSS (JOODS!
In nil the lMi-t slimlea.
KITES' ROOT BH3HIR.
Tf IS A IIO.MKMADK AND UO.MKMAKINU HKN'I'.ltAUK.
Il ix ir.v oioil.v ir-i.inil, anil l( tlio iliiln dirit'lionH tiro
fnlliiwiil, it will uhviijc In- p nhI. Kvory inciiilior of tlio family,
frimi ilir li.ily In thu (riinilfiitlu'r, inn enjoy Hiiikm' Ituor Ukkk,
itinl ni'iy ono in llii'iu will Imvo lictiur lienltli for uucli nwulliiw
llicy iiikc. It improve tlio iiiictito, iiirilkH tin' blood, nml
Iiiiiit liu wlnilo Mt'iii. Cliililrcn fsiiwliilly iluliylit in IIiiiks'
I'diii lli.cit. Iu irti.irntinn inlerols tliiin, ami itn uco iIim-n
Ilium kimhI. In tlmiiMinil- f liiimoo, "IIiiiks' Itoor IIkkii Unit
iiiiiiIiit nutilo," will Ih iiiniiii' tlio lmiik'Ht rocullvctiona of
rliililliiHiil It eliMiiiM'H tlio system of tho ioitonotirt liuniiira (hut
ilivelnp in knlmy nml iirinury iIUciimc, nml in (act, in any chhu
Hi. it iirioex (nun .in impure rtate of thu IiIihhI.
I'iMinctly umletiiml IIiiikh' Itoor IIlimi is wiilmut uiliiltu
Milinii or iiny eliiiiiie.il in nrtilleiiil iiilnii.xlure so prove it It in
iiinilo in mir open Liliurntory. No M-eret proeen. We liike tin.
In-t llotli' nml Itooii., boil tliem ilown, tiottlu them nmt hciiiI
them In .Mm. IVrlmpH then isn't nmithcr Knot liter l.ulioru
lory in llieeoiiniry open lo publie ye. Kverylmily known llntKs
Itoor llhcu eheinieiil enn't iiipruieh nutiire. Will yon tico
ii.iliirnl Knot lleer nml nitiify y.nii ihiri-t nml slrennthen youi
linilv, or will you ut iirtilieinl limit lieer to saw u few pennieii
uinl ruin your In-iiMi7 I'l'eie in leu t iuit'y uk much Hikkh' itoor
llr.hii sold tlnui nil otlier K'lnl llier ex true Ik combined,
J O B B
IlnmioN Dun; Company
Uknsov, Smith it Comi'.ynv
Iloi.i.iis'i'r.u Disru Comi'anv,
Li:VIS it (-OMI'ANV
National Cane Shredder
I'ATK.VI BD I'XPKIt TIIK l.tWH OF TIIK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
f '' - I -M . "
M Ji. in A. Semi M.,iMKt.r f j ,io HiiKiir Uoinpmiy, Kivea tlio follow
i.: N.....l.r ul nconl .. in. working of tin NATIONAL UANE HHItEl).
DI-.K.nliirliuiii.i-ml i.j tlnir n.irk. utlliufitiiiiuuiiuuiiiuiitul the crop
DUU..K.I.. p.-tunk II,. Mil., Siisar Comp.ty8 luil t.m,le.l any of
Islonm, neons by ,..,B t J-J., hrs kmii.IiiiK with an otiiptuof a001
torn I ,,. , fiu pi ,,,., , ,. ,,, ll0 ill!bl Wifk f furiU,' ua
I v i- ,','. n '','.' "" 'I' m -!' '" '' r'' '"' "",l ",0 ,w" nilliT mill .'10 in.
! ' m lb. Ium null .I..,,,,; u,,s muoiiui of work in au ollieiunt iiiaimur
.ml imii. ure.n , ,lt, , e..mp,,, with wik on whole cane, iiwuik to lliuroiiKli
ilur'om !.',','; '"'"' UW Na,,,"'l u'" '"'". im.nuyorecteilby
"Ami l. it, ti.e lb. . Miiielioi, Ii.ih beou luereiiM-il from :i pereont to 0 por
e. nt on .ill kiu.lsof eauj.. aii.l in . e.i-es Ml pereont Im been reacliu.l :
Hie nwi.iHi In iisk i" " lieu uni, .leeonliiiK lo ipulity.
wholi' ea" e"U '" '""' ""' "' K"M '""" ',,H',I,,,''1 l"'",u ,,uiu'' ''! H Iroill
"Tin Miie.l.l. r li.. b. en wyikim: day ami uiln for i.eeu uiiiutlm ami Iiah
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