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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2S. 18W
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.
Manager Fain and Two Trnmwaya
Co. Employees on Trial.
Manager 1'rtin, and H. Morion
and Frank Tavoo, employee of the
Hawaiian Tramways Co., appeared
bo foni Diatriut Magistrate Perry
thin morning. They wore charged
with overloading and cruelly beat
ing a horse during one mouth past.
Attorney-General V. O. Smith
prosecuted and Paul Neumann ap
peared for the defense.
Mrs. V. O. Smith was the first
witness on the stand. She testified
to having been an ee-wilucss to th
criitl beating of the horse during
the tlino (dated, the latest being ou
Friday, Saturday and Sunday last.
Witness resided near the Tramwajs'
terminus in Nuuanu Valloy, and ou
thoso occasions heird the lashing
of the whip on the homo's back ami
head while seated iu her sewing
room over one hundred feet away.
She had protested against the ill
treatment of the animal many times
without avail. I lie Home was nanny
a fit animal to draw the heavy water
cart to which he was attached.
Morton and Tales lashed the horso
with n whip, ami sometimes with the
handle of the whip. When the ani
mal would not budge one of his
hoofs was tied up to his leg and the
animal was mado to stand on three
Miss E. Miirthcr, who lives with
Mrs. Smith, had witnessed the same
cruel treatment, and corroborated
the evidence of the first witness.
Attorney-General Smith took the
stand. lie had also hcu a wituess
to the cruel treatment of the animal,
more particularly on Sunday, Nov.
18. ()u that, date he remonstrated
and threatened the arrest of two of
the defendants, lie later telephou
ed to Manager 1'aiu and that gentle
man said hu would attend to the
matter. Court adjourned at noon.
An Eilodinod Lady Panseo Unex
pectedly A way.
Mrs. J nine McGowau died sud
denly this morning. She was ap
parently in good health, excepting
for a throat trouble that had been
medically relieved, and with several
other ladies was visiting a friend
yesterday afternoon. She was then
In good sjtirits and said she felt bet
ter than for some lluiu past. This
morning at a quarter to 0 o'clock
Mrs. McGowau called her daughter
lossio, who found her mother in
distress. The daughter applied a
mustard blister to the affected part
and then went for Dr. Urodie. When
the doctor, who lives only a few
doors away, arrived Mrs. McGowau
Tho lamented lady was highly
respected by a large circle of friends.
tier mother, airs. MoKcagtio, died
only last July. Mrs. McGowau leaves
two sous and two daughters, also
two brothers John and Samuel Mc
Keague. One of the sous is a sugar
boiler at Ueeia plantation, Oaliu,
the other an orderly sergeant iu the
garrison. Mrs. David Douglas of
Makaweli. Kauai, is one daughter,
and her sister is named above.
The funeral will take place this
afternoon at 1 o'clock from the
house, opposite the Chiueso church
ou Fort street.
A Sad OftHo.
A man wont into Manf. Shoe Co.'s
Shoe Store the other day, and while
there took a fit, and says he never
had one like it before.
SUUOWAN Iu Honolulu, ut U;W n. m
Jtiiveiubrr US. 1M)1, MurtliB, lined (J I
ycum annilvuof llelfiiM, Irelnnil, unit
rellul of thu Inm Jiiiiii-m McdnuHU,
li-uvlug two kiiiiH unit two ilutif.litern to
mourn tlioir great lnn
- A Strong Harse
is tut: rk.su it or UMNO
A FRESH SUi'l'LY
Hay and Grain
Jim Arrived iwr "8. U. Wilder."
CAM AND SKK US,
CALIFORNIA FEED GO
Corner IJiieen A Ntinmiti Bin
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
The Bulletin will not be issued
Four natives were arrested last
night for selling swipes.
Farror St Co. will put your watch
iu good order if it goes wrong.
J. P. Bowen will appear for trial
in tho District Court on Tuesday
Tho Hammer dog-poisoning case
has been continued until Monday
It. V. Wilcox has a number of lots
for sale at Pal a ma near the Reform
Leilani boat Club will hold a
special meeting at tho hotol this
C. 13. Wells auuouuces he has sold
his interest iu tho Kilauea Coffen
The Norrie libel caso has again
been postponed, this lime until
A corrugatod iron roof is being
put on the now wharf shod near
Brewer s wharf.
Ned. Everott is uow chief engineer
of the now addition to Wildor's
Steamship Co.'s fleet.
Tho Government baud will play
at Thomas Square from H to fi o'clock
All Government schools will bo
closed to-morrow, which is proclaim
ed a national thanksgiving day.
Tho Thanksgiving service at St.
Andrew's Cathedral to morrow
morning will commnuco at 10 o'clock.
Taffeta DresH Silks in checks and
stripes for M) cents a yord at N. S.
Sachs, Fort street.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors will
hau an extra fine quality of mince
pies for Thanksgiving day. Ring
Jos. Mauulro is reported to have
left Hilo ou a sailing vessel for Sau
Fraucisco. Ho will return in a few
John F. Col bum offers to runt or
lease the premises at Queen and
Punchbowl streets formerly occupied
iy aauuers express.
Christmas vacatiou of the Gov
ernment schools will begin this year
ou Friday, Dec. 21, and coutinuo un
til Monday, January 7.
Don't have rattling shafts to rack
your nerves while driving. The Ha
waiian Carriage Mfg. Co. advertise
a sure preventive.
Leave your orders for good fat
corn fed turkeys for Thanksgiving
day with C. W. Macfarlano, at Mao
farlaue & Co.'s. They are from the
aikiki poultry yard.
California frozen turkeys, live
turkeys, geesu aud chickens from
Camariuos' poultry yard can bo bad
ai itie ualltornia fruit Market.
Leave your orders early.
W. Woltern of Hackfeld ft Co.,
left on the steamer Mikahala yester
day evening for Lihue, Kauai, to at
tend tho wedding of C. Woltern and
Miss II. Iseuberg to take place ou
William Savidgo has ensconced
himself iu one of the convenient
oillces iu the Cummins block, where
he will conduct his business of col
lector and real estate agent. Thoso
requiring such services would do
well to consult him.
J. F. Hackfeld did not leave ou
the stuamor Mikahala yesterday
eveniug, on account of the illness of
Mrs. Uackfold. Mr. Hackfeld char
tered the hteamer Pete to-day ami
will leave at 4 o'clock this afternoou
for Lihue to attend the Woltors
Preaching at the Gospel tent to
uight. Subject, "Is there a woll
defined plan of Salvation?" Thanks
giving services at tho tout Thursday
evening. Donations of clothiug.
food, aud money for tho needy will
be received at the tent. "Hu that
givulh to the poor londeth to the
Mr. J. It. Murphy
Grand Results from Taking
Broken Down System Thoroughly
CI. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mnu.t
" a tntlomen i I take great ilmnre In ad t
tng you of mf euro by Hood' Sarsaiarllla aud
gladly recommend It to oil auRerliiK m 1 have
been. My lyitem became thoroughly deranged
and lite aeemed little else but a burden. I wot
To Plantation Managers.
very bilious and my klitneyi and liver were out
01 orucr. 1 nan nu niiii-iue mm si-iuum mn .1117
breakfast. I had taken tnnlci and had been
treated by Ullterent ttiylclatis but with llttlo or
no succcm, anil nail iiccomu (jullo unnearicued,
tearing my caso was
Beyond Human Aid.
Through a frlend'i advice, as n last report I to
vested In two bottlct ol Hood's Sarsaparilla and
was to well pleased at my Improvement I soou
afterwards secured four additional lottlcs and
am now feeling as well n I ever did." J. It.
Muiirnr, Hcgewlsch. Illinois.
Hood's Pitta euro Comtlp.itlon by restor
ing tho pcrUlattlo acUou ot U10 alimentary canal
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
8o!p Agents for the HepaliHe of llnwall.
Mas. Fhklmanx, who mnn
iigus our Dress Making De
partment, has rut mod from
Chic 'go and in just overloaded
with fashions, styles and ta ks
from morning to night about
dresses being cut this way md
thatway, and tltis is in i'anhion
and that out of fashion, nbotit
how this ought to he Hindu
and thnt ought to he made.
It's worth your while to hour
her. She suvs arc in it
with the b. st of them when
it gts to handling stylish
Katny wen tin r always sug
gests something warm and as
all Wool Flannels uii-l Fhtn
nclcttcH a' e quite the thing
wo propose to decrease our
stock of them somewhat dur
ing the week, at what is he
coming (mite well known as
Quick Sales and Small 1'iolit
Flannel is an article iu every
day demand, and as necessary
to the complete outfit as air
and light to perfect health and
strength. For Night Dresses,
Chemises aud h nicki rs noth
ing is better, while for dresses
nothing is neater or in ne
comfortable. We are
The following letters received from Ar. Jno. A. Scott, Mana
ager Hilo Sugar Co., refer to the Avery Fertilizer Distribu
tors and Stubble Diggers, for which the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. are sole agents. Ar. Scott first saw these implements
at the Columbia Exhibition in Chicago, and was so favorably
impressed with their appearance that he immediately ordered
samples shipped to the Hilo Sugar Co. AW. H. Deacon, Mana
ger for Pepeekeo Sugar Co., secured one each of these inple
ments from Ar. Scott and expressed his satisfaction with them
in the letter published herewith:
l'U'EEKKO, Aug. 8, lsyi.
J. A. Scott,
D.ur Sit. -In ri'ply to yourn iu rotation to the "Avory" Sluhblo Digtfors
ami b'orlilir.Hr Distributors.
1 would say that 1 have boon using the Diggurs almont constantly nince
I recoiml.tlmui, and am highly ploased with them. A the name ?iguiuV,
I Gud thum spoeinlly adapted to the work of loosening the soil about rat
toon stools, aud they maj' be used to great advantage either before or
atter the Fertilizer Distributors, thereby putting tho rattoou Holds hi the
very best condition for a rapid growth. They are a light draft machine,
and I would recommend them to any plantation owner.
Tho Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saviug machine, aud 1 find
that 1 shall need one more to Pill our requirements here.
1 remain, yours respectfully,
(Signed) II. Deacon,
Manager for Pepeckuo Sugar Co.
Mn. K. I. llcNMiv, Honolulu.
Wain.vko, Hilo, Aug. If, lsyi.
liable to get out of order.
Deur Sir In reply to your enquiries regarding the working of the
"Avery" Stubblo Diggers and Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that I
havo Ikmhi using the Diggers for some months and havo dug some eight
hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly loosening tho soil In and
about tho roots, thus giving them auoxrolleut opportunity for many more
shoots to come forth than usually do. Aud I Dud that tlturo is n thickur
slaud of cauo where it has boon stubble dug. The machine works iu fer
tilizers on rattoou stools without any further hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with the soil aud allowing thum to get to the roots of tho
The Fertilizer Distributors 1 have had at work for some time aud I
have ferlili.vid ab"ut four hundred acres with them thus far aud they are
doiugjall the makers claim for thum, distributiug the fertilizers iu an even
manner ou each side of tho cane aud iu whatever quantity desired. They
are a eood labor savinir machine and aro dolntr tho work of several men.
These machines aro of light draft aud strongly made and there is nothing
i can luny rocommouu muse to plantation
1 remain, yours truly,
VOi(uuuj jihi. i. ctun,
Managur Hilo Sugar Co.
We received by the Alameda a cat load of Avery & Sons' Im
plements which include Fertilizer Distributors, Stubble Diggers
and Improved Sugar Land Cultivators. The latter has solid
discs and shovel attachments. They are admirably adapted for
use in the soil here and will be found necessary on every plan
tation. The Fertilizer Distributor is ai ranged to work on land where
the furrows are ii regular with the same facility as where they
Any information regarding these machines will be lurnished
on application to
II IF HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
.., $07 Fort Street, Honolulu.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
JUST OPENED AT
1ST. S. SACKS'
520 Fori Streel, : : Honolulu.
Si kolines ! Silkolines !
An eli'giiit m rlniciit In Figured and Solid Colors.
A new ns ortiniit ot fciitln ami Satln-Kd)?e Klbbons, pretty odd shades tor Fancy Work.
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
I'u .slstllii! of Stumped IIIIjs. fra OK.tlis, . . .
Tm I'loMia, Hide Hoard Searfs, Bplanliera, UojIUs, Etc.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
Iu Light nine, 1'iiik, Lelnim, C ream, Lnveintar and Cardinal.
Cardinal Cotton Duck, White Matting Cloth,
Jut tin- thing for Lail'eV Costume.
NEW FAIil WORSTED DUES GOODS I
In the Uteit l'lntd and BMpvs, and a full assortment ot
SOLID COLOR WORSTED DRESS GOODS!
lit all the latest shades.
Both Tklkimionks 121.
Will hu mmlu to kcjup
iwv'ollunt time it' lul't
for tin, f diiyH with
Fahuh it it Co., tliu
Wull known and Koli
ahlc Wiit I'll Itupuiivrs.
If Hittisfiiotion its not
givi'ii your inouoy wi 1
hi' ri'fuudnl in full.
FAIiliEK & CO.,
C13 Fort atroot,
Kjuctmont Oaaa on Trial - Probate
Srtlo of Kual Eatato.
Doforo Judgo Coopor to day Maria
Kanuanun vs. Ivoulii ot al., cjoctinont,
is buiii(r tried by tliu following mix
od jury: T. Krouso; F.J. Lowroy,
0. W. Gray, A. K. Kimuiakea, N.
1'uhi, II. J. Mosaruau, J. M. Traoy,
1. Ilih'l), J. J. Sullivan, A. Puaaloa,
J. i'aauiaui aud John Crowoll. Six
jurors had boon oxcusod on examina
tion. C. W. Anhford aud Kahoo
kuno for pluintiu"; Maroon aud Kin
uoy for dotoudautB.
Judge Whiting in hnaring W. C.
Achi vb. Isabella Achi, divorce. Rosa
aud Peterson for plaintiff; V. V.
Ashford for defeudaut.
J. H. l'atv. Ruardiau of the Ca-
varly minors, reports the sale of two
undivided twenty-fifth parts of laud
ou lieretauia street, at public sale,
forSJMHo W. G. Irwin, aud peti
tions for continuation of Bale.
J as. U. CaBtlo, Collector-General
of CuptoniH, by W. U. Smith, Attor-uey-Geuoral,
has filed satisfaetion of
judgment iu the uouiplaint against
200 uatdtH of shoyo aud other goods
claimed by S. Ozaki, tho respondent
having paid iW2M) in full for duties
to movf thesu goodH ami now
iH tho time to tuty tlii'iu, uml
when you are doing it, don't
forget that we are making a
run thin week on Funnel and
FlanneletteH. that other bar
gaum are offered.
(l5s u'S, your live cent
cheek in worth just iw much
as a live dol sir one it U not
the value of the eheekK that
takes you to the Voleano but
the number you have of tin m
B. P. B1ILRRS & CO.
APA W Gl
Sinnor With Music at the Hotel.
Tlie guests of the Hawaiian Ho
tel iietitioued last uight to Col.
.Maufarlnuo, for a resumption of tho
monthly frouch diuuors, with mu
sic, for the winter reason, aud tho
obliging proprietor instructed chief
dork Collasco and steward Chapmaii
to accede to the wishes of the tour
ists and guests, mid to eugage the
Quiutot club for the season.
The lirnt dinner will be given
Saturday evening, on the arrival of
the Australia. The uow lauai will
Imi thrown open for dancing after
Ring em All Up!
Tell 'em All That
'PHK Kl.lTK ICi: 1'KKA.M I'AIU.oHS
L will huke an I'xtrn tine iiuullty ol A
NO. I MINCK 1'IKS tind other v.irlutli".
fiirThsiili;lviiii: !. t'iid In lnir or
derii fur our Mutt 1'lus, Ciiku, I'uinllc-, mid
ltlNdl KIXli" KKKI'ON KINlllNll'
TeUphoms: Bell 182; Mutual 338.
Coiltc'or and Roal Estate Agent
Jlonsea Kuuluil. ItenU I'ullected.
Oilier: Uutniutiis' lllook, Mi"clint btreet
XO BENT OR LEA8E.
Wjt dgft InlM MtU
Tliu Hoard of Health recom
mend Unit ull drinkiiii' wider
lie boiled mid filtered. No one
doubts the necessity of this pre- i
caution with our city stippiy,
but those who drink I
me always sum of its absolute
purity. Wo warrant every bot
tle. Napa Soiia is a puiu mine
nil water, just as it come, charged
with sparkling gas from the bo
pom of mother earth. It is pie-
scribed and recommended by the
moil eminent physicians It is
not one of tliu new "niake-be-Hove"
natural water.-, but has
been in extensive Use for twenty
live years. We furnish this
"King of Table Waters" by the
Mottle, Douu or ('ae. Wo now
havo eases of Sixty Bottles, es
pecially for families, at the very
reasonable price of if(J per case.
A trial order solieittd by tho
Admits fur thti JIicAiiiuiii laUnila,
'IMIK I'ltKMIHKb. foil
1 li' r Uiieim uml I'lllich-
ImwIH rt-riB, fii'iiicr yoiTii.
I'll H M
" ..' ,,.i' r: t '
iilfil hy Hinniurs' hxprcm.
en h s.ion uiven hi 1'ii'ti
1 ir-j aw
rr tiiriiiH, an-roi.ltllllN
rpilWIIOM ITMAYro.M'iat.N: II A V
1. I ni; ilUini'tuI et in) miii-thlrd Intrrfxl
III till' KlI.U K CilMH. I'lAII'VW, IIH III HlH
llih ill Niivi'iiihur hint, In Mr Wll.l.lA.M
TKMI'I.KI'nN, 1 hiivo lie fitriluir ri'iiMiu
ullilllly fur rlulniH iiu'iiliiHt tlif xitlil I'niii
i.au. 11. II. vi:i.i.k.
NVailtil.il, Mniil, NiiMinlivr 'Jl, IMU.
An Invoice of the
Celebrated "Shasta '
Water just recelvod
direct from the Springs
In Shasta, California.
"Shasta" Is the
finest alneral water
In the world. It Is
used In every leading
hotel and on all the
railway dining care In
the United States.
"Shasta" Is the
Queen of all tuble wa
ters', blends perfectly
with liquor of all
kinds, and is a natural
relief for all disor
ders of the stomach,
kidneys and liver
For sale by all drug-
gists and the trade
1 general ly.
MACFARLANE ft CO. LTD,
Sole Agents for the
ELECTION Of OFFIOKHB.
Al Till: A1I.IOI KNKI) ANN'UAI.
mi mint; ' ih" Iyiiiii.i'i IUiiiiuah
I'oMi-isv, l.hnlli'il, lii'l'l in thi'lr mill , In
this i Ity on ilm Ji.ili i ri -t . Urn fntiiiwinK
DlllriTA wur HH'iiH'il to wrvii dililllK IIih
H. II, 1IOHK,
II. l Wilder.
S. 11. Wilder
S II. Itii
I'. I.. Wlulil
I'. J. I'lill:
Jiunululii, .Nov. '.'il, IMI,
IlLEOTION OF OKflOEIlb.
AT THK AllJOIItNi:i) ANSI Al.
IlieiUllll' (if WlLllHlVhrKAUHIIIII IIM.
I'v.vv, l.imitt'd, lii-til ul their uillie. In this
liity, on tliu .'MliliM., tin fulliiniMKllllli'irii
Mereeleeleil to nerve ilurlliK the I'limlllih'
I'. I. Wlulil.
.1. I'. lli.ckMd
h, II llnsii
ri II. Ito-u
W. V. Allen.
lluliolillil, .Nov. ai, IWI.
. .. .i-ii lemry,
s. II. lltlhi:,
And at All Times
"s. kf EMm m
HHLE3S' ROOT BH3HIR.
Tl' IS A UliMK.MADi: AND IIUME.MAK1NU HKVKKAUK.
t It in vity imkUv iii-uiriil, uml if tliu plain dirvctloiiri aro
fnUiitti'il, It will uhii In- pniil. I'vcry iiii'inliur of tliu futnily,
(ruin the luliy to tlit- Krnnilfiitlier, can enjoy Hiiikh' Hoot IIkkii,
uml cvi'iy (iiio of tlit'in will Intve hetter liuidtli for eiiuli rtwidlow
tliey (like. H iiiiprnvcH tin- appetite, jiurilk-H the lilood, uml
timer- the whole cyetem. I'liiMrun tpeclnlly iIuIIkIiI in Hiiikh'
ltoor Illicit. lt preparation inti-rotn them, uml itrt tine iIik-h
Ilium K'""'- I" thousands of lioiutH, "Hiiikh' Hoot IIkkii that
inother m.tile," will ho union,; the li.ippicut rucolluutloiiM of
eliililliixMl. It cli'iinst-H the i-yHiL'in of the poieonotiH lttiniora that
ili'Vi'loji in kiiliu-y and urinary ilNeiifvy, ami in fuel, in any cue
that urUer fruiii an impure rtate of the blood.
Dictiiiuily itmliTiitaml llna' ltoor IIkkii in without atlulle
ration or any t-hentieal or urtilie'-d uiluiixtiire Ae prove It it lit
niiiile in our open l.aliwrutory. Noceeret ireeeu. We take the
heel Utah anil ItouU, hull them down, hottle them ami Bond
them to .Mm. l'erluipi theru ibii'l another Hoot Heur Labora
tory in tho country open to ptiblie '. Kveiyhody knows Hiuks'
Hoot 1Iki.ii ilaiiiiealrt euti'l approach uutiire. Will you use
mutual I toot Iticr ami Mitii-fy your third ami ritruugthun youi
body, hi will you mm- artificial Hoot Deer to biive a few peunien
and ruin your liealthT Thuru in len limef an much Hums' Hoot
ilHKH eolil tliuu all other Hool llunr extracU uouihinud.
HomtoN' Hhim; Companv
Hknson, Smith &, Company
IIoi.i.istkh Diti'u Comi'anv, Ltd.. . .
LkVIS it (Jo.Ml'AW
. .AVholcsttlc Druggists
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDEH THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. John A. Seott, .Manager of tho Hilo Sii(;ur Coiupany, uivea tho follow
inj! womlirful n coiil of ihu woikniK of the NATIONAL UANE SHHED-DI-.H,
which wiib ereeluil by their work at the eoinmeneeinont of thu cron
Jiit liarvt-hted :
" During He pimt week the Hilo Huar (Joiiipuny's mill exceeded any of
Uu foriiiui rieonU by i-Iomiik the Il'A hoiim Krimlinj; with an outtiut of aOOl
Ioiih. 'I'liiH ib fully 111 pcicmit more than ihu bent work of former yearn.
"Tint thu i- rollu null beiiit; ill m. by ,rl in. ami the two roller mill 30 In.
by Ml in. '1 lie fiil null lining ihi amoiiut of Mirk in an otlleiunl manner
ami with yri'iii hum-, eiuupand with work ou whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of tin. t-.iiu- by tin National U.uiu Slnediler, leeently erected by
"Ami by it iiko tin- extinction has been imre.ined from 'A percent to 6 per
cent ou all kiiuU ni cane, ami in miiiiu cumi M) peieent wu beun reached;
the avfragi- being ".' In 7h pi ucni,ucorilliig to it.dlly,
" I continue to liiul ihu incgans from ehicibk-il eanu Imtttr fuul than from
"the idiicthlci ban beun w.ukiug day and night for neven moutliB ami lias
given me entire nutiMucimu, having hlirudiled ilutiug that time ubout novonty
Ihoiuaiul tiinit of e.uie, ami a large part i.f li being hard rutooiiH.
f I 111, Mil I ...l.li. t- .1.1.1 ......... . I...I ..
r-m i -"h i"inin- urj iiiun earn or attention,"
W laiib ami npeoillualiijn ..t ihete Shietlileih may hu noon at thu ollieu of
WM. a. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
dDU AitnU for Mi HamiUn iiitttuU.