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SATUKDAY, DEC. 1, 184
FnuiAY. No. W.
Am fichr Tratiit, .turpetien, 19 tlny from
German lik I'aul tsonlierg, Met, lirjtNyg
(rum ltr HH'ii
SATfni'AY, Dec. 1.
Slmr Mokolll from Mnui, Ltinnl nml Molo-
Stiur 1 wnlntil from Knitnt
Vossols Leaving Monday.
Sttni Mokolll for Moloknl nml Iinnl
T.OOAL AMU OXmCBAXt IXWB,
Captain KiiiR returned In the W.
G. Hall yestorday afternoon.
Remember the Kilohana Art
League exhibition by electrio light
The Norrio libel case has beon
postponed until next Tuesday in the
I David Nahoolewa is no longer
1 Court officer. Albert McGurn has
I succeeded him.
If the Australia is in port when
vou read this, vou will know that
Carbons from Island Forts
Stmr V O HtU-Wio Img ulnar, t:M Imri
rollcc, 70 hag awn, 'i. lull hlilt'. -'
hcntl cattle, 1 liorM', IXIhogs, ,o iikgs
From Mnul ntiil llnwnll, tier stmr V 0
Hall, Nov :su-VoIcmiu: Mra 0 V Wnril.
To Plantation Managers.
jruu irau blllo. JUU f.11. rauwi
Nolte has fresh oysters on ice.
The barkeuliue John Smith p
into nort leaking. Shu is from 1'c
Dlakely and is on hor way to Shang
Charles Seymour of Fahala, Ha
waii, says thirteen inches of rain fell
in eiuveu hours at that place re
cently. Jas. F. Morgan dropped in from
Kona, Hawaii, yesterday in the
steamer W. G. Hall. Mr. Morgan
1 looks well.
W. G. Irwin & Co. sell through
I i!1.... (,. .11 nninl. t ll.n ITnil.ul
'.. . . .. .. .. . . . a. I Lll BULB LU Oil k'VJI.lin ... .tUV1 WM.V
airs mini's 11 .'I von Holt nna Mile, a l' c,,. . ,l V. o a,..u.II. ttt.m
Kmtdsrn. Wnvinirt-.: tq.t J A King. J States for the S. S. Australia sailing
K Morgan, Mli Morgan, 0 F Homo-, M J . next Saturday.
in tuner, miner .muiiiu.-i. m .mi-ihi.iki.iii -,,.. t. r.!. i... ....t..l
T D.mm-y. II H Mnkekau, Mm HcVl, CaisIiiWm Daves Las entered
Col 8 orrl, All Ft ami at deck. the Wildor's Steamship Co.'s service,
-" - " I and will probably command tho
Shipping Notes. ' steamer Hawaii.
Tho steamer V. O. Hall did not touch tit ' Sauorbrunnon, the celebrated min
Msiilact thl trip. . oral water, has been received in fresh
j no waiiMi win wring auonv mw onB supt,ly bv the bark i'aul Isonoerg ai
li? Gorman Meet Iwrk I'aul Iccnhetg. J. ll- liai'KIOliI W.
Met i.in,il--r, arrived ycMer.Uy, j;-' ;;; A Sentiuella is out in blue ink in
mi llremeii, llcrnai.y. S.o Iroighi . ,,. p,,,,,... r.,,lnml,,m.
Day. It contains an epic poem in
dotililo column space.
Only two second-class passongers
ant booked to leave by tho S. S.
Warrimoo now duo from the Colo
nies for British Columbia.
Tho Government baud will play
at Emma Squaro this afternoon. In
tho evening tho same baud will give
a concert at tho Hawaiian HotolT
Mechanics' Home, cornor Hotel
and Niiuaim streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms: 25 and M)
cents pur night; $1 aud f 1.25 per
about two thotiinrii tnnt of freight
iaigo Mtiier ni utiuvciiiiiii .
The loui-mnMeil feliooner 'I ran It. Cmh
tnln Jorfci.n, which nrrirml imtenlay
frmtjan I' nnrlfc,hailiw:keilnt llruwer s
Vk li.trf. H.c lmnml.u.t.e iwut.gcr. n iti'ck-
load of li'igoaml reiltviHxl ams, belilu a
general LMrgo in the hold. ,
VKltl.KYK-tn till cltv, Norem'er ai.
IKM, to Mnilamu Vcrleiu, ulfu of
Krei.i'li Coinmliloncr IlMirl l.con
Vcrlejv, n ihtiiKliter.
ZAUte May Bentley
Born a Genius
Disease Threatens to Cut
Short a Noble Career
But Mood's Sarsaparllla Restores
Mill May Hentlry la an accomplished elocu
tionist and natural born tweaker of only 12 years
of age. B1.9 Is th only child temperanco lect
urer bafore the public. Her lenlus, howarer,
did not exempt her from an atLickof a dliease
of the blood. Hcrownwordi best tell the ltor1
" a I. Hood ti Co., Lowell, Mim.t
" I heartily Join with the many thousand! that
art recommending Hood's Sarsaparllla. I had
been troubled from Infancy with gatherings In
tho head. 1 was compclM to leao school upon
the doctor's advice. Ilo thought It was the oalr
UUng to save my life, but I
Continued to Crow Worse.
I was persuaded finally by friend to try Hood's
Barsaparllla. The use of one bottle acted ef-
fccUrcly upon the blood and I began to ImproT.
After tho use of three bottles tho gathering
ceased and I nm cured of tny former trouble. I
owo my life nml will nlnj s re main n truu friend
to Hood's Sirnpirllla." I.illik May Hknt-
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
lkv, Hhclt.yvlllc, ttiflUn.-v.
Hood's Plltt net easily, yet promptly and
eillt'lently, on tlin llrer and bowels, ac
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents for the ltei.iit.llr of Hawaii.
SCOTT-At his n-ililcnec. In North Kona,
Hawaii, r.ovi'iuliur '.'i, l-'Ji Wllllmii
Kvans Scolt, ngtil .Vi jean.
H. Hackfeld tV: Co. havo received,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, j by their iron bark Paul Iruuberg, a
,n, , , , , .. Inrgo cargo of general merchandise.
The annua clearance sale of the T,,?,v w, bo t0 up,,y mnny
Tempu of tfisliloii beuau to-day. . illu,Jof lra)0 with frsu .
liargaius are booming there.
mi .. i , " ."., , ., I Alex. MuKibbin instructs L. J.
The wheel rope of the . O. Hall 1mwj t()B(, Ul0 wl)olo of hll, houim.
broke as the steamer was coining ,,oW furlliro ftt auction on Friday
n.r ' ,k,n'iMK lu,r ,,0llt liftoou I mxt. This will bo a rare chance to
uiiuutus. I ol ,arai,i0 articles, as will bo soon
Thu auction sale of Jewelry at j by the list.
Weunnr &, Cij.'s store yesterday was Tlu, aiiilrlct of Kau, Hawaii, is
very satisfactory. Harry Armitago I lloo(L,d, uilea and Honuapo plan
wiulded thu hniniinir. j lnUonR havo an OXC08I, of irigation.
A celebration of tho 2T.IM. annl. T'w warehouso at tho lasl-uamod
versary of the independence of l'or- I'lncw is lillod with water, ami
tngal will iw held at Hrlloa hall, I ly of suRar damiiBiKl.
King and binitli streets, at il p.m.
Tho Anglicau Church Chronicle
is out on time, bediming its IHlh
year. It Is well supplied with church
and social news, bcbiilcs uditorial
and selucted matter.
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
Kiiarauteed In be the same a done
I lie royal llig of Portugal is Hying Tho LoHna dub held a social
over the store of JI. A. Gonsalves .: nn,i ,aui.0 , Ariou hall Thursday
Co. to-day in honor of the Jfllth nvmu IMreshraonta wero sorved
annversary of the Independence of aftr the dance. The olllcors of tho
Portugal from Spain. iub aro. Mr, I,0U( p,!,!,,. J. A.
Hev. J. Waianinu held Tlinuka- Lrtwolawo, treasurorj S. W. Spencer,
piving services at Oahu jail on secretary.
Thursday last. The services wore i HaviiiK purchased largely at a
brought to a sudileu close by a Into credit sale, I am now enabled
heavy downpour of rain.
to sell goods cheaper than any othor
retail store in town. All kinds of
A native named Pupu was up iu
thu District Court this morning for
gross cheat. lie passed a note on a
fellow-countryman for $21. The
caio was postponed until Wednes
day. Paul Neumann aud Mrs. J. Ailau
Imvit lmtfii.il HiiiiimmiH luminal. .1. A
Magoon ot al. iu a water rights con-' 0 t,Bt ,n' ,autl ." ,be '!low,inK
troversy. Tho plaiiitilFi claim (, ' Tuesday, a few faucy articlos left
Dress Goods wilt be sold at auctiou
prices for cash. Salo commoucing
Monday, Nor. 20th. M. S. Lew.
St. Andrew's Cathedral Sewing
Society will resume its meetings on
Tucsdav. December -1. at 2 p. ui., in
thu Cathedral Sunday schoolroom.
riirhttoiise waturof a Pniiniiatr..nm. over from the fair will bo on sale
for four hours daily to irrigate their Iwtwoon 2 and 5 p. m.
daily to irrigate '
The Leilanl lioat Club's dauce '
To morrow will bo the eightieth
birthday of Brother John of tho
will tl r.lnpu ii..vr l-'rlilni- uvmilrn. i aH'OIIO .UISSIOU. lie IS Bllll UBIU
wil taKe place next frlilay muni ig, ,.,, imriv. (in,. ,i. nrrnili. nf n1M
wlXVwill IraiT'onhrdr Mission aK.nt town on fool. The
weatlier wil , pre oil on tUat Uate. ,. ,.,,, ulnti. It !.!
friend, whose daily apearance in
the (illlce Is always thu signal that it
Tho money is to go towards filling
up for a In in and fair to be given
lator for fuuds to secure a boat.
is time to go to press.
Those wishing to secure a fine
homestead can do so on Dec. Ui,
when J F. Morgan will sell twenty
four acres of laud at Makiki. The
property is part of the liishop ostate
and is bounded by Wilder avenue,
Kewalo street and Ltiualilo Home.
Lots iu the immediato vicinity wore
sold recently for J'OO each.
At G a. in. the Portuguese baud
serenaded Seuhor A. de Sou.a Caua
varro, Portuguese Charge d'AlTaires,
iu honor of their country's inde-
ixiuuuucu nuuivorsarr. mo imnu i
thou marched through thu town to
the Catholic Mission, aud, after giv
iuL' a serenade there, marched to
A lx'2 J foot corrugated glass was
broken iu the Marshal's olbYo to-day
aud no one did it, it being the result
of a sudden jar from tho violence of
tho wind. This makes tho second
glass of the same style broken. A
new one will have to be imported '
from San Francisco, there being I
nouo iu thu city. I
A Strong Horse
IS TltlC RESULT Or USINO
A FKESII SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
JuBt Arrived jer "8. O. Wilder."
Miw. FitKiMAXX, who mim
apcH our Di'chs Mnking De
partment, Imh ret' rued from
Chic 'go and in just overloaded
with lashioiiH, styles, aud ta k
from morninir to nirlit ahout
druHHCH lieing cut th'w way nid
that way, and this is in fiiHhion
and that out of fashion, nhnut
how this ourln to he made
and lhat oimht to ho made.
Lt'n worth your while to hear
her. She says wi- are in it
with the h' st of them when
it g-ts to hun lliug stylish
Kainy weathi r always sug-ge-ts
something warm and as
ull "Wool Flannels and Flan
nelettes iu e quite the thing
wo propose to decrease our
stock ot them somewhat (lur
ing the week, at what iH he
coming quite well known as
Quick Sales and Small Piolii
Flannel is an article in every
day demand, and as nece-sary
to the complete outfit as air
and light to pcrfrct health and
strength. For Night Dresses,
Chemises and h nick rs noth
ing is hetter, while IW dresse-
nothing is neater or more
comfortable. Wo arc going
to niovt- these yoorJs and now
is the time io ouy them, and
when you aro doing it, don't
forgot that wc are making a
run this week on Faniiel aud
Flannelettes, that other bar
gains arc offered.
lp" Yes, your five cent
check is worth just as much
as a five dol'ar one it is not
the value of the checks that
takts you to the Volcano hut
the number you hive of th m
B. F. EH L I3KS & CO.
The following letters received from Ar. Jno. A. Scott, Aana
ajjer 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 tirst 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, Aana
ger for Pepeekeo Sugar Co., secured one each of these inple-
ments from Ar. Scott and expressed his satisfaction with them
m the letter published herewith:
Pei'kekeo, Aug. 8, Ib'Jl.
J. A. Scott,
Jhar Sit: In reply to yours iu relation to tho "Avery" Stubblu Diggers
aud Fertilizer Distributors.
I would say that I have been using the Diggers almost constantly since
I receivedthem, and am highly pleased with them. As the name signifies,
I find them specially adapted to the work of loosening tho soil about rat
toon stools, aud tliov may bo used to great advantage either before or
after the Fertilizer Distributors, thereby putting the rattoou fields in thu
very best condition for a rapid growth. They are a light draft machine,
and I would recommend thorn to any plantation owner.
Tho Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saving machine, aud 1 find
that I shall need ouo moro to fill our requirements here.
l remaiu, yours respectfully,
(Signed) 11. Deacon,
Managor for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Waisako, Hilo, Aug. , 1801.
Mn. E. It. HENDitr, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: Iu reply to your enquiries regarding the working of the
"Avery" Stubble Diggers and Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that I
have been using the Diggers for some mouths and havo dug some eight
hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly loosening thu soil In and
about the roots, thus giving thorn an excellent opportunity for many moro
shoots to come forth than usually do. And I find that there is a thicker
stand of cane where it has been stubblo dug. Tho machine works in fer
tilizers on rattoou stools without any further hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with tho soil and allowing thum to gut to the roots of thu
Thu Fertilizer Distributors I have had at work for some time aud I
havo fertilized ab-nit four hundred acres with them thus far aud they aro
doing all the makers claim for them, distributiug thu fertilizers iu an even
manner on each side of the cane and iu whatever quantity desired. Thoy
aru a good labor saving machiuu aud am doing tho work of several men.
Theso machines are of light draft aud strongly made aud there is nothing
liable to get out of order. 1 cau fully recommend 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 ii regular with the same facility as where they
Any information regarding these machines will be furnished
on application to
1Mb HAWAIIAN HAKUWAKb UU
J07 Fort Street, Honolulu.
r. S. SACHS'
620 Port Strpot, : : Honolulu.
Si i kolines ! Silkolines !
An I'legaii' f rttiipnt In riRtircil and Solid Colors.
A new as-ortiiimt of Hulln on I SBtln-lMne Hlbhons, rreUyodd shades tor Farcy Work.
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
Co islstlliK of ataiiiil Hilv. Ttn CI tli,
Trav Cloths, Bldf Hoard Hearts. Splashers, Doy III a, Ktc.
Fancy Figured aud Solid Color Crapes
In Light Mac. I'.nlf, Leghorn, Cream, Lsvender snd Cardinal.
Cardinal Cotton Duck, White Matting Cloth,
.Iti't the thliiR tor Lrdles' Costumes.
NEW FALL WORSTED CHESS GOODS I
In the Utet I'lnld and Bt-lpcs, and full assortment of
SOLID COLON WOHSTED DRKSS GOODS!
In ull the latest nhadcs.
If you aro
of HAY and
ItMiitf up Tuleph nt'H
deliver to all parts of
CALL AND SKK UB.
CALIFORNIA PEED GO.
run r Hut-en & Nnnanu Bts
HoTII TrciiKl'IIONKS 121.
Nice Things for the Table !
Union Feed Co.,
A FttESll LOT
O ffiLEBK. A.TED
Mineral -:- Water !
Temple of FashioD
SI ffort Street
n Duudiihcr 1, 1891, we will hegin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
TUKulo will -iiitliiii dumb- thu KNTIItK MONTH OF JK KM.
JIKIt Thu (Imi'lH io lie ilUjvoircl of, cim.lst ol
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Boots, Shoos and Gent's Furnishing Goods.
sXSjV An Iium-Uott ANsmiuent or TOYS r-OU CUltlSTMAH .?
M:. O- SILVA, - - - Proprietor.
JUBT IO HANI) 1'F.lt
This Brand will always be found Roiaulo and Good Value.
FUANK U.l'ETEKSON & CO., Ajoiit.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
mil WHOM IT.MAYCoM'KltNi II AV-
L inn iIImmmii nt in) niiiMliiril iiiti'P'it i
In Dm Km. 1 1 i i I'm 1 1 1 i',iii-.s . iih til I In :
lllh of Niivi'iiilinr lust, In Mr WILLI M t
TCMCLKI'iiN, 1 luivi imiiirilii-r ii'ijHiii. I
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Pliillliy Mir riuiinn iii:iiiii"i in" eni.i . .,
iiany. 0. It. WI'.LLs.
Wulluku, Mmil, Niii-iiilt'r J I, Ik'JI.
f rum nil thu (VI. Iirttrtl
Kai'turitix in tlin United
IMl'OKTKItH, WHOLLSALK AND lILTVll. DK.M.KIIH IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOL.LISTBR & OO.
Cor. Fort and Morohant Stroots.
And at All Times
mv "-VU MBUmf
HIRES' ROOT BH3H1R.
IT Irf A HOMKMAHh A.Mi IIUMKMAICINU liT.YT.ItAUK.
It iH very onKily proimml, nml if thu (tliiin iliructiun. are
fulhiiveil, it will iiltviiyn Lu kimmI. Kvury iiit'inlior of tho family,
from tlin Ii.ihy to llio ruinlfntlitir, can enjoy IIiiikh' Hoot Ukkk,
nml every one of tliein will liuve lietter henltli for ouch nwiillow
they tiihu. It iiiiirovt'H the upiietito, purilk'n tliu lilood, mill
tonof the u hole eyeloin. Children ocieeiully ilelilit in Hikkm'
Itoor 1 1 1: i:ic Its- ireniiiitioii interohtn tlioiu, nml itH imu iloes
tin-in k'mkI. In tlioiisiiinU of lioini'K, " llntKH Uoot Ukku Unit
mother iniule," will ho anions tliu Imiiplent rocolleotioim of
eliihllmoil. It i-leiiiibon tho hyi-lein of tliu ioIboihiU8 1iiiiiio Hint
ilevelop in kidney and lirinury dlreiihen, mid in fuel, in tiny cuoo
tliul nrin-f frimi mi impure i-tutu of thu lilood.
DiMiuctly iinili-rxtmiil IIiiikh' Ituor Ukku Ik without intuitu
ration ormiy eliemieal oriirtillo'ul itdinixtiirc wc prove itit in
niiulo in niir open l.ulioriitory. No i-ecret prorerH. Wn tnko the
liei-t llerh' mid ItoolH, hoil tliein down, liuttlo lliem mid Bond
tliein to you. 1'erli.ipH there Ihii'I unotlier ttoot Hour Laliora
lory in tin' I'liiuitry opou Iu puhlic "ye. Kveryliody known JIiiikh'
ttoor Ilixii elieinieitlc eau'l upproaoli niituru. Will you tiau
iiiitural Uoot lleor unit i-utixfy ymir thlret anil Htrengthoii youi
hotly, or will you in-n arliliei.il ttoot lker to mivo a few penniea
mid ruin your ln-aliliY Thuru in ten tinicn an iniicli IIiiikk Uoot
Ui:i:u Mild than all other ttoot lloer uxtracU combined.
Ilomtos Dnva Co.mi'anv , . . Wholesale Druggists
Hkxson', Smith & Companv '
IIoi.MSTKIt DlU'tJ C'OMl'ANV, JjTI).. .. "
Lrcwis & Co.mi'anv Grocers
National Cane Shredder
t'ATEN'TKI) UNDKH Till. LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
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Liar's- -v'.Nii It
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Mr. .loliii A. Seott, .Muiiiiuei of tho Hilo Hupir Company, given tho follow
iiiK wonikifiil record of the woikmj; of tho NATIONAL UANE KHKED
DEit, which win. en cti-il hy their works al tho comiiioucuiiioiit of tho crop
"During thepii week tin- Hilo Hunar Coinp.iuy'H mill exceeded any of
it former record hy i-Iohiiik tin Il'.'i lioiire Kriiidinj; with un uuiimtof :J00J
loiiH. Thin in fully 10 piiiout nmre than tho hct work of foriucr years.
"The tluee r.illi i null ht inn :!li in. hy fil in. mid tliu two roller mill .'0 in.
Iy HO in. 'I he Hot null iIhiiik thin amount of work in an oHiuionl Mianner
and with ureal cite, eoiiip.irtd with work on whole eano, uwiiit; to thorough
preparatiiin of tho cane hy tin National Oauu Slireddcr, locently erected by
" And Ly itn uo I he i-m mctum h.m beon iucrniHed from It percent to 6 pur
cent ou all kiuiln of e.me, mill in miiiio c.tnon hi) percent Iu been reached;
the aver.iuo helm; I'i u Is p.ni ui, .u-ctinliii); to iii.ility.
"I coninitie io nml the iiu-i;.ii.b from rdircihlod cuiiu butttr fuel tlian from
" I lie nhicihlii lam bun workliiK day ami nlhl for noveu iiioutliti and bus
Uivcn mn entiie f.itiniaotinn, Immuj; nhrcthtcil diiriiiK that tinio about Huvcnty
ihiiiiMiid loim of e.im , ami a lurc part of it bciii bard ratooua.
"The fhicdilcr mid i-uuiiie reniilii vorv little earn or utiuiiilnii ."
-..SSMi I.I I . ' '
i laiiti ami upcitiiu atioiin ot thette liiL-ilurH may bo cuu at thu otlku of
WM. Q. IRWIN ft CO., L'd.,
8tU Ai iUi far IJU UrnUrn iUmdt,
IMA., m tj-