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MONDAY, DEC. 3, l8iM
Am 3tunlril clir V V Jewrtt, Jolnuon
iT'ilms from Pert Aii?li,
Hi in r Wnhilcnlo from II utnikiia
ulmr Mlknlmln friim Kmtnl
rilnir (Mainline from Maul
M mr Kllaiica I tint from Hawaii
htmr J A t'ltmmiiis from Koolatl
Monday, Dec. 3
S S Australia, Himdl.ttf, from Han Krati-
Monday, 1it. 3.
llnw lik II P Kltliut, Mo rlson, tor Han
Blrnr Kvnitlioti for Muknlpia, Ivttliuku ami
Rtinr.lns Makoc for Knp.iant I p in
aimi Mokolli lor Molokal anil l.niinl
Vnssols Leaving To-morrow.
Atu bk Albert. Orttllt ti. for ban I'rnliuWco
Htmr W U Hall fur Maul uml Hawaii at lu
"tmr Mlkahnla for Knitnl
littnr I'laiiillmi lor Mini
Cnron from Inland Port
titmr Mlkaliala 'iSKl bites Ulnar, ul tmgs
rice, 3i lulls littles and HI pkys sun
dries. fcliiir Walalpali- SMI Imp nignr, 8 hags
coirep and '.II If ail entile.
Stmr Clniidlnu 60 h'ad caltlu and 111 pkfto
btmr lwalanl 3.VW tiaiii sugar.
-Mr and Mrs i.ambvrt ami
From Port AiikcIcs, irs'lir V K Jew
Kroni Hawaii ami Maui, tor Minr t'lioi
illi.e, l3 a-0 J l'alk, A Hani, nr ilt-o
II rbi-rt, A Haiit-buru, 0 Von Haiiiui, M
From Kitunl, iwr stmr Iwnlanl, Due 1
Mix M.iIiIiiiii, r I' IViirmlt, K ri Harris
Mm D DouKlai, 0 U Marglla, I Jnpuiiutu
and II deck.
From Kauai, perstinr Mlknlial, Uie'l
O N Wilcox, .1 F Ha-kf.-ld Paul iMMiberi;,
Mrs Wit HclimMt, WT 8clinil.lt, II Wei
Utk, Mrs A M Hproull, MIm D llumpkc, 0
O llalleiitlnv, O l.yfurL'iP", M D Mommrrat,
t! band boj x nml l.t ili-uk
From Ban Francisco, pr H 8 Australia,
Dfo:i-.MIr-i'S Afo'ijt CI), J K Alkuu, ' o
Anthony, Mm lllurimin, II I! Ilitriir.
a macK m Jianu'ii, jnrsj ii nowii's, r.
I, l'iiac, JoM'pli llrownr nml wife, W n
Coney. A F I'noku, A Drrli-r. Jim (lu,
Fariiliam, Mrs J Uoodi'lilld, Mm J Urnlmiu
and 'Juli'ldrpn, Mrn W FOi'UiT. M llm'll,
Mr Ftlooilmnuaml.'lflillilrt'ii .1 ' llnrrl-,
Fred JiiO'il)., MrnC I. Joii.m., MNa Allmlln
l.ovry, Dr II 1 Moon'. I, Maitnln, F It
Mi'Hlorkeraml wife, J F OToiuuir Major
W T Ki'wanl, H-v U'iniiid K rlmeiilvr,
Mrn V 0 Wilder, Fred T llrlitow and wlfo,
A T llrlxll ami wlfi-, A II 8mall, Wm
l.ltclillclil ami wifi', T It 'llmm. Mill.
For "an Fracloo, iwr bark Albfrl, Di
4-MIhiUM Hamilton, Ton III ami l.rff.
For Kan Francco, pur bark It P Kltliut.
Docll Mm l.ntlirop. . l.uUrop, U Jl
The Imrk Kumatin nrrlvud at Hllo. Ha
waii, on hatiirday last from .S.m FrancUco.
Ttiu bark it. 1. Kltliut, Morrlxou mater,
railed llii afternoon for Han Fraiii'lruo
with n Unlit cargo of Mi;ar.
Tin- 3-nim.trd hrhoonur W. F. Juwutl,
Johiixon iiiHrtur, arrived jc-'itiIiv font
Port Annrli-H with it carpo of of III" bcr
nu railroad material for IIih U. It. ,t
Co.'Hcxittniiloii to Walaiuu. Hhu dorkrd
at th railway wharf wheru kIip Iicjjuu d
clmri;llii; IIiIn iiioriilm;.
AN IIIAM'IKMI NOTIM.
Di'parturuii- Nov '.'l.lMirkx Martha D.ivix
and n. C. Allen, Nov. '-'', harkentlni's V.
II Dlmoud and S (I Wilder, b. H. Aus
tralia; Nov. 27, svlioonur Alolia, all fur
LOOAL AJTD GKICXBAI, HKWfl.
Cropo tisdtio paper rccoirod at
Frank Poor is now purser on tho
nt o.iiiie r Hawaii.
The Novnmlmr term of tho Circuit
Court will close this ovoniuR.
Major W. T. Seward has returned
from a business trip to San Fran
cisco. H. F. Wichman uives the latest
news by the Australia on adorn mout
of the hair.
R. V. Wilcox has added twelve
lots to his homesteads for sale ad
vertisement. Purser McCombe favored tho
Bulletin with tho latest San Fran
Tho S. S. Australia will loav for
San Kraucisco on Saturday next at
12 o'clock noon.
Clarence W. Macfarlane hrn ac
cepted the tiositioti of captain of
I lie ticatani boat unit).
Wray Taylor sold moro than a
hundred tickets this morning for the
topers' Christmas beueGt concert.
A slight shock of earthquake was
felt iu town about 1 o'clock this
morning. No damage ii reported.
Frank Clifford is no longer clerk
in the Marshal's oCico. Ho has taken
charge of tho Press PublinhintrCo.V
"Bummer," tho Australia's dog,
was one of tho happiest animals on
tho arrival of that steamer this
There will bo a special meeting of
tho Wilder' Steamship Co. to-morrow
at 10 o'clock a. in. at the com
Thos. Lindsay tho jeweler was a
passenger by the S. S. Australia to
day. Mr. Liudsay looks much bene
fited by the trip.
Seoloy I. Shaw has received by tho
Australia an iuvolco of Enterprise
beer, also oyster lor cocktails, at the
Dr. I. I. Mooro is back again. Hit
returned by the Australia thin morn
ing, and wan greeted by his numer
ous friends at. tho landing.
Tho "Ladies Column" to-day will
bo it revolution iu prices of curtains.
Therein ample time yet to come in
on the free volcano trip prize.
il. Hackfold k Co. announce that
tho bark Albert, Capl. GrilUlhs,
leaven for San Francisco at I) a. in.
to morrow. Get ready In time.
Tickets are selling fast for tho
Lcilani Boat Club's coming ball on
Friday evening next. Tho boys say
it will bo tho event of tho season.
The Pioneer Butldinir and Loan
Association will hold its regular
mooting at 7:30 o'clock this evening,
at the Chambor of Commerce room.
Chryvanlhomum " button-holes "
are all the rage on tho Coast. "Doc"
Moore and Chester Doyle woro yel
low and white ones about town to
day. Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
anil Xuiiauu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms: 25 anil 50
cents per nik'lit; $1 and J1.2T per
The following are bonked to leave
by tho S. S. Warrimoo for Van
couver: 12. Worthiugtoti, V. S Law
rence, Nicholas Bradley and Kari-allium.
To Plantation Managers.
Konnan D. Iouti(f
OHdaw a, N. Y.
Helpless as an Infant
The following letters received from Ar. Jno. A. Scott, Aana
ajrer 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 lirst 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, Mana
ger for Pepeekeo Sugar Co., secured one each of these imple
ments from Ar. Scott and expressed his satisfaction with them
After Pneumonla-Welghodeoibs ' '" ' 'e"er published herewith:
I ( Per-CEKEO, Aug. 8, Ib'Jl.
Hood's Sarsnparllla Mndo Him Fool J- A- Scott,
as Young as a Doy. I 'Mir Air; Iu reply to yours in relation to tho "Avery" Stubble Diggers
-c. I. Hood a Co., Lowell, Ma.i and Fertilizer Distributors.
"(luntlcmcii-l Hi t expreM my cratefal 1 would say that 1 have been using the Diggers almost constantly since
thanks fur itood'a Hiimparilia. 1 am on my I rcceivedtthem, and am highly pleased with them. As tho name riguifles,
crnth bottle and It has truly been a blelnii 1 fiml them specially adapted to the work of loosening tho soil about rat
toiuelf and wife, l had ft soero attack ol toon stools, aud thoy may be used to great advantage eithr before or
piuMHiwiiiia.iiieceinDer, ana i was ipougiii , -f,ur .... t,'Hr izer D striblllors. thernliv nnttlni? Urn rnUnnti ImliU In tin.
very best couditiou for a rapid growth. They are a light draft machine,
and I would recommend them to any plantation owner.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saving machine, aud I find
that I shall need one more to till our requirements here.
I remain, yours respectfully,
(Signed) 11. Deacon,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Waixaku, Hilo, Aug. !), IS'Jl.
Mr. E. It. Hendry. Honolulu.
Dear .Sir. In loply to your enquiries regarding tho working of tho
"A very" Stubble Diggers aud Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that I
1 aiinuM die, but I gradually pulled thrmiuli.
I men ma nut eeni 10 mm any MrenKin. t
t to be liolppd like an Infant, and had t.itlco
aw.iyirnni ivt) ko lhi. l re.ia annul iioouf
8arnp.irlll.i, and I decided to tako IU
I Soon Gained In Strength
o that I could sit up, and then bating a erer
pain In tho small of lay back, sent for a TiuSanu
Pain-Killing flatter, which soon cured me ol
that ttoiible. Today 1 feel as well as erer la
tny life, and as young as a boy, nltlitiiigli I am
In itiv '.l-t )r.ir. I raiuuit express the crttltiuU
it la v .iiU'.r Itiiiiil'sSarsap.irlllu." Nihimam
1). Vol XI, titK.iiiwa, ntsrt;., Co., .New York.
Hood'd Pi!l9 euro Coiitipatln by relor
tat; Uie jwi Istullle a.jtlou of the allincnlary ranal
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bote Agents for the Kiilhllr. of Hawaii.
havo been using the Diggers fur some mouths aud have dug some eight
hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly looaoniug tho soil iu ami
about tho roots, thus giving them 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 leen stubble dug. Tho machine works in fer
tilizers on rattoou stools without any further hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with tho soil and allowing them to get to the roots of the
The Fertilizer Distributors 1 have had at work for some time and I
havo fertilized ab'ut four hundred acres with them thus far ami they are
doing all tho makers claim for them, distributing the fertilizers iu an even
manner on each side of tho cane ami iu whatever quantity desiretl. They
are a good labor savimt machine aud are doinu tho work of several men.
These machines are of light draft aud strongly made aud thoro Is not hint
TIiobo majjie. wonla, ihbt
"Right," cxprcsH the presrnt
couditiou of our atock mid
We hit the key note of huc
eenH when we liuinelied out to
do hiiBiiii'HH on the Quiek
Stiles nml .-inull Profit lm'i8 ;
goodri Bell fuhter nd we nre
eiiabli d to keep our stock full
of the vry latent of every
thing 1o be had ; the dayH
of whop worn goods are over
with Ur; Itn new stylcH and
filliui IIO , I ! il y; in iMirmif-n,
whU'.li to you ineaiiH Xew
Vork, L n'on and Paris
goods at lut a blight advance
over Xew York, London and
Paris prices. Asa pr.ict'ieil
illustration, we are selling this
week, Madhas Cinnwis's for
."?1 a pair. We have been
utiilty of selling the very
same Ci'iitains tor $7 u pa r
simply because we fum-erly
liable to get out of order.
I can fully recommend those to plantation
1 remain, yours truly.
(Signed) John A. Scott,
Mauager 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 hab 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.i m, 307 Fort Street, Honolulu.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
JUST Ol'KNKD AT
520 Fort Strpol,
Si 1 kolines ! Silkolines !
An rl.iiit i-ss rtment In Figured and Solid Colors.
A new as-ortineiit of Satin ami SmIii-KiIkp Hlbbons, freity odd shadet for Face? Work.
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
Co isl'tiliu' of e'lrtiiiifd It b Tin CI th,
Tr.- Cloths. Side Hoard Scarfs, Splashers, DoylUs, Etc.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
In l.l(?ht Hl'ie. 1'ink, Leghorn, ('renin, l.svendsr and Cardinal.
Cardinal Cotton Duck. White Matting Cloth,
Jut the tiling fur Ldlrs' Costumes.
NEW IT-a-LL WORSTED DRESS GOODS I
In the litest lMald and Htilfes, and full assortment ot
SOLID COLOIt WORSTED DRKSS GOODS!
In all the latest blades.
JUNKS--In tlilHcIt) Die. 't, 1MII, Aiiiiis I.
Jones, a ustlvu of Maine, nged N)ears,
KUA-IillhU liy, 1),. '.. 1MU, the in
fant daughter of Mr. and Mr. J. J.
Kgau, aifi-d 'l hour.
No Blood Shod by tbo Man Who Is
An eldorly man uametl Taylor fir
ed two shots at his native wife on
Saturday afternoon while under the
influence of liquor. Neither shot
look effect. Tho police woro notified
aud Taylor was arrested for assault
with a deadly weapon. Cash hail of
$350 secured his release aud Taylor
continued his spren. This afternoon
the case was mil pros'd and Talor
called at the Marshal's otlice for his
pistol, which had been taken posses-
bioii of. It was refused him, as he
was then under the itiUueuce of
liquor The man toltl outsiders that
the Marshal was a good friend of
hiu, ami he was all right.
The Coucordia Soeie'y has elected
the following oflieerH: Si. G. Silva,
president; J. S. Lihoruio, vice-president;
J. T. Figuerdo, secretary; J.
V. Fernandez, treasurer.
Subject: "The King's
A Strong Horse
IS TUB RESULT OK UMNO
A PKESII SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Inxi Arrived per "8. 11. Wlhlir.'
OAl.l. ANM) SKK US.
CALIFORNIA FHED OU.
Ouriier ljueeil .V Niluitlili His.
Uoth Tklkimionks 121,
There was a good attendance at
the irofcpel tout last niuht, not with-
standiug the storm, t'reaohing to
night at 7:!H).
The ladies who have charge of
tables at the coining Kawatahao
Fair are requested to meet at the
lleretauia street Armory at 10 a.m.
A photograph of V. H. Dailey ami
Mrs. Dailey, with the motto "Aloha
Honolulu, is on exhibition. Mr.
and Mrs. Dailey are well aud favor
ably known here.
The Government, has received a
cablegram from Minister Thurston
in Loudon. As the bvcutive Coun
cil was late iu Bosiou this afternoon,
particulars could uot be obtained.
A. 1. Jones, who was a sugar
plauter on Maui iu the early days of
the industry, died Sunday evening
at the age of 80 years. He leaves a
wife, who was absent ou Maui when
he died, also a sou aud two daugh
ters. G. It. Harribou, practical piano
snd orgau maker and tuner, cau fur
nish best fautory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to lie the same a done
Haviuir purchased largely at a
late ere tut sale, I am now enabled
to sell goods cheaper than any other
retail store in town. All kinds of
Dress Goods will bo sold at auction
prices for cash, Sale commencing
Mouday, Nor. 20th. M. S. Lew.
Two natives were fined & each
ami a Chinaman $T for assault aud
battery in the District Court this
morning. Seven $2 fines for drunk
enness weto also recorded. Hahale,
for alleged robbery of .2l front J.
Ambler, ou Saturday night, was con
tinued. The Claudiiie ditl nut arrive until
7 o'clock yesterday evening, her tie
lay having been caused by stormy
weather, She was unable to touch
ul Maalaea, Kahiilui or liana. She
left Lahaiua at 11 o'clock yesterday
morning. The Claudiuu hail a very
few cabin passengers,
The iiianauer of the Grove street
Theatre, S. I'., was at the wharf
when (lie Australia arrived with the
Dailey t'liiup.tiiy and engaged MUs
Oalglulsh for leading roles; also Mr,
mid Mrs, llelmoiir, who open lu
"May lllossom," This news is lu a
private lutter to Dr, MuLuuuau.
IViees Dues not the men
tion of a cut like thin one con
vince you that Quick Sales
and Small Profits is no deln
hion or HiiareV If it 1 n t,
the Cuiitains will when you
look at tin-Hi. The rcsiiiH
are hcaufiful, the colons are
beautiful Gi.ovks are an
other t' ing we want to call
your attention to this week.
(hamois Iii.ovks white un
diVKHid kid gloves in eight,
sixteen, and tweuty button
lengths sizes are eouiplt t .
Perhaps you need hoiuc. It'
m do we suggist taking a
look t ours. The Ui.ovks
are Jin-t Right, tt e Prieis ure
fi? Only tin co weeks
now, to accumulate tickets
Tor the Volcano trip you
may be thu lucky one.
(mm all llmlVI. hr.tfil
Factories lu the United
IMI'OIITKKB, WHOI.F.BAI.K AND KKTAII. DKAI.KKS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
B. F. EIILKRS & CO.
A FltESH LOT
If you are in need of HAY and
CJUAIN for your h ,,n
fcjl 3?" King up Teleph nes
175. Wo deliver to all parts of
the city. -:- -: - -:-
O E3Ts"Ej BR A.TE3D
Mineral -:- Water !
Union Feed Co.,
Temple of Fashion
61 ffort Street
JI'ST I'll II AN II I'KIt
On December 1, 1801, we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
TirhiliMs ciiiMitiu dur iik thu K I'lltK MONTH OK IlKi KM-
M,lt I III' lll'll'W ID lll NMIH l)f 'l.,l III
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Hoot, SIiooh nml Goat's Furnishing Quods.
. aii I iii" A-Kirlinont nl TOYS rOlt I'lllilHl'MAH .Mt
m., o. SILVA., Proprietor.
And at All Times
HIRES' ROOT BB3HSR.
Tl' IS A MllMKMADK AND IIOMKMAKINU HEVKHAOE.
-L It is very e.iiily pii'piirul, aiiil if the plain directions are
followed, it will nlwiiya be giniil. Kvery memhur of tho family,
from the luihy to the griiiiilfuther, I'liit enjoy HlliKrt' Koot IlKKK,
mid every one of them will hitve belter health for each swallow
they lake. Il improves the appetite, purities the blood, and
lom tin' whole ryrteiu. Chililren ipeuinlly delight in HlHKS'
Itoor l)hi:u llh iiepiiraliiiii intirt'ttc them, and its tice does
thi'iii wn. In tliiitiiintln of humeri, "IIiiiks Koot IlKKK that
iiiiither iiiiule," will lie among the liuppienl rucollect'ous of
iliililliooil It ek'iinsch the cynieiii of the pniconiniH humors that
ilivi'lep iu kidney uml iiriuury diHeiiM.'s, iuiiI in fuel, in tiny case
thiil arl.-i.-j from nu impure fl.ite of the Mood.
Dihtiui'tly uinlirMiiiiil IIiiikh' Itoor IIkkk in without mltilte
rulion ur iiny I'liemiinl or nrlilli'itl iiilmixtiire we prove it it is
mmle iu our open I.aliorutory. No M-crct priu'enn. Wc take the
lnvt lleibi ami KihiIh, boil thi'iii down, buttle llieut ami tend
llieiii to yuii. l'erliiipi there iiui'l iinutber Itoot Iluer I.uhnra
tory iu tin1 eoimiry open in puhlic !. KveryhtKly knows IIiiiks'
Itoor IIkhii I'hemieiils can't approacli unlure. Will you use
uatiiial ItiMit It. ti mill nttiify y.nir Ihirrl and strenglhuu yotn
body, or will you iii-e nrlilieiitl Itoot Heer to savti a few pennies
and ruin your lii'.iltb? Tleie is leu timtv as miieh Hiiikh' Koot
1)i:ki; miIiI than nil other Knot lk-er extracts combined.
IIoitKoN Dun; Company
Hknson, Smith &. Company-
Hoi.i.iBTKit Dui'ii Company", Ltd..
Lkwis A: Company...
. Wholesftle Druggistrt
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
.ftrv ".'' "
-7--i . rf11.1 ... m.a
' I' -v W . -- --fc. j - i L ft
Mr.John A. .Sn.tt,.M.ii,.it .,f the Hilo Sugar Company, Kivo tho follow
mi! : .n;l;-inl u-i-r.! .. tin- wmkuig of tlu- NATION Af (JANE 8HKED-Ilhlt,wliirliu.inlu-i-UMl
by their woik nl tliu vuiiimeiicumonl of the crop
" During the putt wi-ek the HiU, Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
itfiiiiiii.rnr..iilH l.i . UmK nu 12.1 hours nrinilinK with an output of 3001
ton. I in. i- fully III (M-irt ,,t iri. ,Mll ,!, ,L,Hl Work t)f fr
he rim "n 'r '.' "" ,;i",, -; SI iu. uml the two roller mill 30 in.
! ii iu. llii- hri-i nu i oiiil' i biK ninoiiiit ,,r tL.,rL- t ...:
. .... i .... i . .. .. i . ....... ..... iu mi L-iuuiiTiii, iiiiwiiier
ami null emu imm, eoiupand with work ou whole cane, owiue to thoroUKh
the'l'ou! I",','.!' ", lilCaiioMlirrtlilit-cwinyi.r"otetlty
Aim i.y a iim. ihr extra, lion MH been iiiere.iHed from :i percent to fi tier
iu ill on all Uimlri ..I . .1 i .. . .... . . . . . . .
ii.. ... V.. i 4- ';""" "Mill-i-iiw mi leruciii huh ncen miclied;
tin hut iki. Ik-ii 7. to iH p. ui-iii, auor.biit: to uiinhlv.
1 cotltliUUi In lilhl llit iiu'lmmi from ,hnililiil imhh lii.tt. p UmA it....
' ...-...,-.. .,.,, rwitv aiivs (flit
I he cIii.mIiI.t ha- l.irn working day ami ittlit for sevtm mmiths and hits
pveu mi. ..nun .aiimiu'inui, hiiviiiK hrnMi'd liming that time about suvunty
llioiiMUid Ii.iin ..f .mi.. , and a laiKe pan ,.f it Iikiiik hard ruttMius.
I III' Kliri'llili I ami I liuilie rt'lllliri' verv llllln i'nm or iiiliiiiil.ui '
-l.l . . . .' ---' -.".. ........,,,
i lam, nun fpieiiii-atiiiiii, ol uu Shii'ililers may bo M'cn at the olllcu of
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
Wt Agtntt n IJM HhkUUh itUmM,