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$Iu gnUjj gwJletin.
FRIDAY, NOV 30, 1894
:i ,. Arrival.
' Tlll'IWtlAY, Nov. VJ.
Am bk (Vyloii, Calhoun, 31 tlnyn from
. rort Tewtisctitl
pifimr Kcnulimi from Knliukii nml I'unnlitu
Stin rjnuu'.i Mnki'o from Knuni
Knnnv. Nor. 30
Alu liktnp Jolm HmMi, Urulli. lit days i
from Port lllnklv
Stmr V (I Hull from 'Hawaii nml Mmil
Blmr l'elu from Mnknwdl I
Oargoos from Inland Port
Btmr Ki'aulioit-lxu linj," sugar aid bai )
rirp, 'i linen tiailily VI bundle hldii
ml 111 kK4 iiii Inf.
Slir Jni M.ikco-TOlliigt silpnr, ) licml
cnttlp, V!l lmi;i rice and "Ji pkgs uti
l-'rom K ruin I, l-er stmr Jmiiipi Mukt-e,
Nov-N-J i: MIIUt, It II Oil cr, C It Mo-
vcmii, .Mr hoimuhl, Mr Kcoin, .Mis 11
l'arko, .In Hi- Andrews mid '21 deck '
Thu Imrk AIImtI will lnvi for Huh Kran
ebco Iu ttility or so wltfi n f ill I rmnti.
The st'-ninpr W. l Hull nnlvctl nlnnt
3:3 oVIork llih afternoon from windward ,
TIip stfiiiiicr lVIc left for l.lhne mi Wed
ttu.dity lili'lit 'id returned this 'numliitf
Tlin slrniupr Daisy Klmliall Is under
golnj; a (ji'iirml owrliuullii nl tin Kuiuil
The Imrk Ceylon, I'lilhoitti nm-ler, nr
rived yesterdny with mJiii d-etof luiiilicr
foe Allfli .V UomIcsoii. Hhe docketl ut
Alien .V Jtoljlllnon's wliaif nnd be;uli dis
charging till- meriting.
L.OOAL 4LN1 .4f.NJh.MAt HKWi,
W. I! Scott of Kailua, Hawaii,
died on Saturday last.
Loilani Boat Club will hold its
dance next Friday evening.
Don't fail to see the art exhibi
tion by electric light to-morrow
Thomas Lindsay the Jeweler is ox-1
peeled homo from the Coast by tho . trol 0f a committee of the American
Australia. I League, of which Mr. Towse is an
There will be a special meeting of "Ulcer.
Wilder's Steamship Co. on Tuesday j "II. B. M. S Hyacinth will stay In
at 10 a. in. port for some lime yet," wa the
i.m it..rr. .i.i. . ..ii . answer to an iuquiry from the Bullk-
Inlilff ollll'u ,,,i9 moruing. Tho gun-
ten,i IV. ' K ' ' ''ont w" tlwroforo not leave on
tho finest make. , Mjmy hU ft8 mmttotl
nnlllll.Z'.Zlnnn!"1 Captain Cameron, well-known
r litt I'.?,.0.r.(!ar.- ...A...uum' here, came as far as Lysau Island
uui i;t iu uiuud nvio iMKnuui.. ,
C. Akima, merchaut tailor, does
good worl; at reaonablo prices.
1'ttHte his card cut from this paper
. iu your memo book.
Smi wlum "Mm notui" in in ilt'a
big paer. Big shoo stores and big
uowspapers go togutuer. A picture
from the art gallery will show whuro
tho "point" Is.
Mr. Stelner, proprietor of the
Klito Ice Cream 1'arlois, generously
treated the Buxurris printers to
thanksgiving dainties iu cream cakes
aud pies this forenoon.
Edwin Hall, Iwalanl Jaeger, Wade
Armstrong, Mariu Hughes, Florence
Hall, Chang Miu, Spencer Bowen,
Auua Avcrdam and Samuel Maha
laua aro the 1'iiiiahou prizo-wluuers
J. T. Waterhoutu's extensive stores
are fittingly represented in the six
page Buixltin of to-tlay. Head
what they have to offer for the holi
days, and then save your money to
got a load of tho choice articles.
The bicycle races dill not take
place yesterday afternoon as adver
tised. Prevailing boisterous weather
was tho caiifo of the disappoint
ment. Thu date of the meet wiH Imj
sot at a meeting of thu H. C. It. M.
Association to be held this evening.
A horse attached to a back at the
113 stand, comer of Bethel aud King
streets, bolted about noon to-dav.
Tho animal ran iuto tho side of
Hopp & Co.'s store, smashing the
sbafts of thu vuliloln, Olhorwiso
thuro wan no damage doim
IN THE DEN OF A THIEF.
Fluudur Becovpred in the Quurtera
of a Jitil Bird. I
Ah Loy, thu notorious jail bin, to
again bfliiml thu bard. Loy was
arrostfd iu a houmt nuar Suait Ii'h
bridge about u:!k o'clock yenttmlay
iuoruiug. Doteutivos havo Imhui
lviug low for Loy for tho past fow
days ou account of putty lareouion
reported to tlimn. Tlmy Bunpucted
Ah Loy at oucu, buuausu he had
only been out of jail for a few davs.
and he was at one time a noted thief
and burglar. In the room where
the man waa arrested wu an ilnrm
clock, tho property of Kobayashi,
If. . . T m. '
doing business at tho comer of lau -
ahi aud Kinu uln-ota. also a watch.
buu uiuuunyy ui a oiiiuaiuuii iiviuir
l..t .a,na...-i .. nil ir.f '
at 1'uuahou, besides other
trinkets and 22 iu coiu.
A Bad Case.
A man went iuto Mauf. Shoe Co.'s
Shoe Store thu other day, aud while
there took a lit, and says hu uuvur
had one like it Iwforo.
This Brand will always bo found Rollabh and Good Value.
FltANK I J, l'HTEKSOX & CO., Agents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. I
To-day is payday for government
Scottish Thistle Club meeting
J. P. Bowen is still in jail, no
bondsmen having boen secured.
The gospel services at the tent on
I'alace Squaro will still continue.
St. Andrew, patron saint of Russia
nnd of Scotland, has his day to-day.
Yuo Chau quotes remarkably low
S rices for dry goods in December,
to his largo advertisement.
Oysters on ice will succoed the
foftivo turkey, and Nolle will have
them at tho Beaver on the arrival of
Henry May ft Co., grocers, adver
tise many tirands of tea, also special
ties iu coffee. They will soon have
Koua leas in slock.
H. Hackfeld & Co. have instructed
Jas. F. Morgan to sell a line of
tailors' goods at auction on Wednes
day and Thursday next.
, II. Hackfeld & Co. call attention
to the many lines of goods carried
by them, and which they offer to
the trade on the most liberal terms.
The steamer Waimanalo has re
turned from the wreck with "nary a
beau." Tho weather was so rough
that Captain Davies decided to re
turn. Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and N'mtrtiiu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 aud 50
cents per night; $1 and $1.25 per
V. C. Sproull, in an attractive
card elsewhere, gives a list of the
lino goods in which he deals, they
being the best of material for Christ
M. Mclnorny has made good use
of the space gained by opening a
new store for his shoo businoss. He
makes a more advantageous display
of hats aud gents' furnishing goods.
Ed. Towse is to succeed Arthur
lohustone as editor of the Star, that
nntuir havlnc come under the con-
..... l I.. I .. I.I. ... n
mtilb xmiiKM"v iwi-k uu 1110 nnj iw
Honolulu in the schooner Ebon. Ho
decided not to come any farther,
aud returned to Faunlug's Island.
O. R. Harrison, practical piano
aud orifau maker and tuner, ran fur-
"'"h Iwst factory referenctw. Orders
lull at Hawaiiau News uo. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranieou to ne toe sama m done
Havinir purchased largely at a
late credit sale, I am now enabled
to soil goods cheaper thau auy other
retail store iu town. All kinds of
Dress Goods will bo sold at auction
prices for cash. Sale commencing
Monday, Nor. 20th. M. S. Li:vr. '
To-morrow will bothefifty-sovonth
anniversary of tho birth of Lewis J.
Levey, tho popular auctioneer aud
lessee of thu Opera Houso. Tho
Bulletin congratulates him on wear
iug his years so well, aud wishes
himself aud family mauy happy re
turns. Two boys were arrested yostorday
for bathing iu tho stream uear the
public road at Moaualua aud chanted
with comiuou uuisauce. Minister
Damon hearing of the arrest scoured
tho dischargo of defendants. The
residents of that district have been
bathiug iu thu stream for years.
The trial of Manager Paiu and
two Tramways Co. employees for
cruolty to animals was concluded
Wednesday afternoon. Defendants
wuro found not miilty aud discharg
ed. Tho animal iu question was
I Wrought to thu 1'oliuo Statiou aud
It waa found to bo iu a
! sound and bt-nlthy condition, and not
llio ill-troateil ami much uliuanu ani
mal thu profluoutiou tried to uiaku
Thu Hawaiiau Hardware Co., is aa
usual up with thu times in thu mat
ter of useful aud ornamental goods
for thu approaching holiday season,
I is really surprising that such a
largu stock of solid silver ware can
bo found iu a business houso not
gmieraily devoted to the baudling
of Ihesu goods. Thu stock of lamps
of evury description shown by the
Hawaiiau liardwure Co, includes
! "' wy handsome patterns
I worth examiuiug.
captain ueorge uaiuouu, Jr., was
' "i0"?".11 recently iu Portland to Miss
l lit I 111 If tail a. ..il...a..il Aaat
! ?ItHUa Kirn, au esteemed youu
I !tttly ot t"t place. Captain Cal
' h nil II Allf 1 lirill.k arriui.il oi.sf uriltt
houu aud britlu arrived yesterday
from Port Ulakely in the bark Coy
Ion, of which vessel he is master.
They wore tho recipients of con
gratulations yesterday. Captain
Calhoun succeeded bis father on the
Ceylon, and the fast passages the
old clipper ban been making since
prove ii i in to bu "a chip of the old
for the Table !
lorofula In the Neck-Bunches All
Bttigervltlf . Maine.
C. I. nood It Co., Loncll, Maji.i
"aeotletnen i t feet that 1 cannot s.it tnonjA
In (ator of Hood's Sariaparllla. For Ave years
I hate Xttta Iruullcd with scrofula Iu mjrncck
and throat Several kinds of ineillehiei which
1 tried did not do me any good, and hen I com.
tnenced to Uke Hood's Bar sajiarllla there yitlS
Urge bunches on mr neck so sore thnt 1 coulJ
Dot bear Uie slightest touch. When I had taken
one bottle of this medicine, the soreness had
(one, and before I bad finished the second the
hunches had entirely disappeared." Ulancui
Atwoou, Bangertllle, Maine.
N. tt. It you decide to take Hood's flarsapa.
rllla do not be Induced to buy any other.
Hood's Pills cure constipation l.y rcstur.
log tho in-rlslaluo acllouof the ulMiuukuy canal
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Hole Agents for tlin Kepiihllr of Hawaii,
A Strong Horse
IS TtIK RESULT OP USING
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Jnst Arrived t.er "8. 0. Wilder."
CAM. ANM) SKK US.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO
l)ornr Unpen A Nnnanil Bta.
Both Tki.ki'Hoxks V2.
Mus. Fkri.manx, who mun
tijjes our Di'uhh Making De
partment him lot rned from
Chic go nnd is just ovrHnn led
with fnshioim, styles, and ta ks
from morning to night about
dresses being cut this wuy and
that way, aud this is in fashion
and that out of fashion, about
how this ought to be madu
and i hat ought to be made.
It's worth your while to hear
her. She says w are in it
with the b. st of them when
it gets to bundling stylish
Kainy weathi i
iritta umiwil lllllir wilful uiwl nu
e?v" '"'""" Ci '
all Wool Flannels an 1 Flan
nelettes ate quite the thing
wo propose to decrease our
stock of them somewhat dur
ing the week, at what is be
coming quite well known as
Quick Sales aud Small Piolii
Flannel is an article iu every
day demand, and as necor-sary
to the complete outfit as air
aud light to perfect health and
strength. For Night Dresses,
Chemises aud ftnicki rs noth
ing is better, while fT dresses
nothing is neater or mure,
comfortable. Wo aro going
to movr these goods and now
is the time to buy tlicin, and
when you aro doing il, don't
forget that wo are making a
run this week on F'linnel and
Flannelettes, that other bar
gains aro offered.
QtST Yes, your live cent
check is worth just as much
as a five dol'ar one it is not
the value of the checks that
takes you to the Voi'-ano but
Urn number you hivo of tin m.
B. F. EIILKKS & CO.
MERCHANT - TAIlOR
Fine CasBimoroK Sorgoa,
Whlto LlnenH, Etc.
Suits Madu to Onloi
O.S HIIOItT notii'i:.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
C. A KIM A, - - HI Nutiauii Street.
The following letters received from Atr. Jno. A. Scott, Aana
ager Hilo Sugar Co., refer to the Avery Fertilizer Distribu
tors and Stubble Diggers, for which the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. are sole agents. AW. 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. Ar. H. Deacon, AV.ina
ger for Pepeekeo Sugar Co., secured one each of these imple
ments from Atr. Scott and expressed his satisfaction with them
in the letter published herewith:
Pkpekkko, Aug. 8, lS'Jl.
J. A. Scott,
Vftir Sir: In reply to yours iu relation to the "Avery" Stubble Diggers
and Fori ilier Distributors.
1 would say that I have been using the Diggers almost constantly since
I receivedjthoiu, and am highly pleased with tnotn. An the name signifies,
1 find them specially adapted to the work of loosening tho soil about rat
toon stools, and they raajr bo used to groat advantage either before or
after the Fertilizer Distributor, thereby putting the raltoou fields in tho
vorv 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 I find
that I shall need one more to fill our requirements here.
I remain, yours respectfully,
(Signed) II. Dkacon.
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Mr. 11. It. llr.N-Driv, Honolulu.
Drat Sir: reply to your enquiries regarding the working of tho
"Avery" Stubble Diggers and Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that 1
have boon using the Diggers for some months and havo dug somo eight
hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly looseuiug the soil iu and
about tho roots, thus giving thorn an excellent opportunity for mauy moro
shoots to come forth than usually do. Aud I find that there is a thicker
stand of cano where it has beeu stubblo dug. The machine works iu fer
tilizers on rattoon stools without any further hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with the soil and allowing them to get to the roots of the
The Fertilizer Distributors I have had at work for some time and I
havo fertilized abut four hundred acres with them thus far and they are
doing all thu makers claim for them, distributing tho fertilizers in an even
manner on each side of tho cane and in whatovor quantity tlesired. They
aro a good labor saving machine and aro doing the work of several men.
Theso machines are of light draft and strongly made and there is nothing
liable to get out of order. I can fully rocommend these to plantation
owners. I remain, yours truly,
(Signed) John A. Scott,
Manager Hilo Sugar Co.
We received by the Alameda a carload 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 arranged to work on land where
the furrows are irregular with the same facility as where they
Any information regarding these machines will be furnished
on application to
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
ii..s ,. 101 Fort Street, Honolulu.
tw iron ton! t(t. -
ft. ' r......j J.i f.ll
, IVI 11 JI9 VtJ Ul Htl
But fen 4111 .,'
. Wdgininll. W.H
Tlie liimi'il of Health ivrom- '
nioiid that nil drinking water !
bo boiled and liltured. N'n one
doubts tlin ncci'.iaity of tliis pre
caution with our city Mipply,
but those who drink
art? always uio of its ub-obiti'
purity. Wo warrant every hot
tie. X.M'A Soda is a pure mine
ral water, just as it come- charged
with sparkling gas from I he ho-.-urn
of mother earth. It i.. pre-
scribed and recommended by the
inont eminent physician. It i
not ono of the now "mako-be-1
liuvo" nuliiral waters, hut lias
been in extensive Use fin twunty
live years. We ftirninli this
"Kiu'g of Table Water." by the
Hottlo, Do.on or Cum-. Wu now
havo casus of Sixty Mottles, es
pecially for fuinilk", nl the very
reasonable price of fii per case.
A trial order solicited by thu
.i;t'lila for the IIuvwiIIhii IdUiuIh,
election ok ofkioehs.
AT TIIK AUJOl'llNKIi ANNI'AI.
iiii'iitlntt nf tlin luin ii I lUliiciAli
rnMi'NY, l.liiillnl, lii'lil at iln'ir oilliMi, In
till i It) nu i In 'jiitli iu.i. Hid follimlhK
OlllriTt uiirn rlriilvil to ' rvr ilil-lii); tlin
il I' Wilili-r
S. U. WIMit
S II. It.,.
l I.. Wltflu
('. J. ImiIK
. .. Amlitiir.
Iluniiliilii, .Nov. '11, V.lt.
f ?. Offc V
R 'ynSiwimx HA1
Wainaku, Hilo, Aug. 9, 1SU1.
An Invoice of the
Water just received
direct from the Springs
in Shasta, California.
' 8haata' ' is the
finest mineral water
in the world. It is
used in every leading
hotel and on all the
railway dining cars in
the United States.
'Shasta' ' io the
Queen of all table wa
ters; blonds perfectly
with liquor of all
kinds, and is a natural
relief for all disor
ders of the stomach i
kidneys and liver.
For sale by all drug
gists and the trade
MACFARLANE ft CO. LTD,
Sole Agents for tho
JiLEOXION OF OKFICEHS.
AT THK AliJOI'IINKIl AN.NI'AI.
IIIITllll)! (if W'll.lM It'H ,SrKAUhll'(lM.
I-(N, l.lmilril, Imlil ut tliilriJIIUn. in tlii
i:ity,iiMtliii'Ji:iliiiii.,tlifolliivlii(Oill"irM snri' vli'iituil to kitvii ilurlni; tln ihhiiIiii;
It. I. WU-lit.
J. K. lliirkfi'M
h, It Unix
S II. ItllMI
lloiiolilhl, .Nuv. i!", IH'Jl.
JUST UI'KNKH AT
1ST. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Stroei , : : Honolulu.
Si kolines ! Silkolines !
An vii-Kiiiit i" Miticnt In I-'tRtireil and Solid Colors.
A dpw a. ortiiK.nl ol s.itin ami SaliifEdge hlbtxjns, pretty odd shade (or Fsncy Work.
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
Co uli-HMHof !jIhiiii II I lit Ten CI tli,
True I'lollm, Side llonrd Scarfs. Bplajliorj, Doyllm, Ktc.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
Iu Unlit lll'ie. I'.nk, t.Pfliorii, (ream, lavender and Cardinal.
Cardinal Cotton Duck. White Matting Cloth,
JiHt tlie ihlliR for I.diV Costume.
NEW PALL WOUSTED DUESS GOODS I
In the ltlcst T'iiM and 8tlrci, and a full assortment of
SOLID COLOR WORSTED DRKSS GOODS!
In nil the latutt (hades.
I3:I-RE1S, ROOT BHSHJR.
TT IS A MOMKMADi: AND HOMK.MAKINU IIKVKHAUK.
It is very r.icily iro.irt'il, nml if the pUIn dlrt'ctioim arc
followed, it will uhviiyc lie pMd. Kvcry iiiciulicr of the family,
from the Imhy to the j;ranilfiitlier, can enjoy HntKs' Hoot Hkkk,
mid every one of tliuin will huvc hetler henltli for each xwullow
tliey Inku. Il improves the upietitu, uirilk's thu blood, and
toncK the whole yMciii, Clnlilien tpeeiilly ilolilit in HliiKri'
lloor IIckic Its piei.irittioit intcriMii them, unil it nxe does
I hem cooil. In thoiinitiiiU of home, "HliiKn' Hoot IJkku that
mother inaile," will he anions the liuppicsl recollectioiiN of
ehiMliooil. Il cleaiiNc the cystcin of the poieonoiiN Iiinnor that
develop in kidney and urinary diicaM.-i, and in fact, iu any cano
tli.it ariM-K from an impure tato of the blood.
Dixtinetly uuilerctiiiiil IIikkh' Hoot Hkkk in without adulte
ration or any eheiuieal or artillc'il uiliuixturc we prove it it id
made iu oar open Laboratory. No i-ccrct procc. Wu tuko the
beet IIciIm and Itontii, boil them down, bottle them and nood
them to ynti. l'erhapx there ien'l another Itoot llccr Labora
tory in thi'iouulry open to public ye. Kvcrybody known Hikkh'
lloor IIkkii ehetiiiealH eau'l approach nature. Will you tiuo
natural limit Jker ami catiffy your thirot and HtrciiKtbun yout
body, or will you lice artilieial Hoot liter to nvo a few pennies
and ruin ymir In-all h? There is ten tinny as itiucli Hums' Hout
Ukku hoUI than all other Itool llccr exlr.a'ti combined.
IIoiutoK Ditutj Company
Up.nson, Smith it Cdmi'anv
IIOU.IRTKK Dltl'U C'OMI'ANV,
LKWIS it ('OMI'ANV
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDEIt THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. John A. Seutl, Mauap i or the lido SiiKiir Conipany, jjivcs tbo follow
' .wonderful reconl of the working of the NATIONAL OANE HHUED
DLIt, whicli win. erected by their works at the coiuiucncciucnt of the crop
JUnt harvested: '
"During the pant week tho Hilo Sugar t'onip.iuy'd mill exceeded any of
itc former recortb. by eli.Mnjj the l.r hours KriiuliiiK with un ouijiut of 3001
tons. Thih is fully 10 pi-ifiuit more than ihe bent work of former yearn.
"The three rollci mill heiuc -' i. Iy '! in. ami tho two roller mill 30 in.
by (id in. 'IlieUrst mill domn thin amount of work iu au ellicieut manner
and with gieat imm-, compared with work ou whole cane, owlnjt Io thorough
prejiaration ol the eane by the National Uuuu Shredilcr, lecently erected by
"And by its iim tlii- extraction lias been inereaned from 3 percent to Ii per
cent on all KiiiiIk ill cine, ami iu mine ear.cu ,S0 pi'tceul has been reached;
ihe im-niKc beiiiK "o io 7h percent, aeionliuc to inulity.
"1 coiitiutie to tli i the niegacH from hlueililed cauo' better fuel than from
" 1'he Mindder ha been workliiK day and uilit for -uvun moutliH and bus
nlveu me entire Miiirtiiieiiou, luiviug whredded iluriiiK that time alMint seventy
lliim-and tun, of cane, aud a larc part of it buinc, hard ratoouH.
"The Khredder and engine reiiiire very little care or attcntiun."
i laiin anil spccnicatiouh ol Uicpo Miieililum may bo seen at the otlico of
WM, Q. IRWIN 4c CO., L'd.,
at All Times
. . . WholoRiile Dmggistn
&4 JnUor IK HamUtm iUtmdt,