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TUESDAY, DEC. i, 1894
Mommy, Deo. .1
Am tolir M'rr Dodge, Hergmnn, 21 dnyi
Tukaiiat, Dec. 4.
Urll lik Itmiteiibcck, II isipII, l'Jidnys from
Utlt bit (llniilV'r, Williams, 75 dnyi from
KfMl-IKllc, X W W
TuKonAt. Dec. 4.
Am bk Alhcrt, atlllltlis. for Han Krnnclco
Stinr twohinl for Niwiilwlll, Walnut nnd
Bttnr W (I Hall for Maul and Hawaii nt 10
Stmr Mikalmla fnr Kanat
Btnir Clauiline lor MomI
Vo.snls Leaving To-uiorrow.
II II M H Hyrclnl li, May, for a crulne
From Ku-eka, ticr&ulir Mary Dodge, Dhj
4 Audr. w Nelson.
I.. O-.. I..-....!-.... . l.l tll.A.I llnrt
l-Mr K KlUnl unit son, Ml-s.l M IIhiiiII.
urn, T V KltiB. M- Salaua, r orffiltlia, II A i
Knr Maul and llnwnlt. icr mmr V (i
Hall, Dec l-V..k'.i..o: 1:" V HrMnw mid
Mrs lirtMnw. Knr way twirti: Mrs J II
Howie, 1) Kntukitmil, It II Miikrkau, A 1'
I'et-nnn, A V I'nuliniilr, U Itodlrk A (1 M
K'.brrtson, 0 r Horner, U MoDoiiKall, Col
9 N orris and AO deck.
Tliu Hnwnll.iu ti.uk It. 1. llltlut took
Ufiy bap tuwr valued nt I l.aff.W e,ler-
day for Hun tramilnco I
T rl.n....r M,.r,. Il.l.. !!.. Il-r.
man iiinitrr, nrilm-d ycMcrdny, "-'I dii)s
foTwilaVrK"1'' W,lh 'M,m ',ollu",b,fr !
Tho bark'Allwrt, ilrlintlm iimtt-r. sltl 1
this moriiliiK for Han Kranoisi o wuli le.ixl
bajts KiKur, rhlpprd by II Hn -Mold A: i. .
iioinrsifo value, jiiu-ait--'. I
DEPARtUHK OF BARK AtBEKT.
Bho Takes Away thn 1 wo
The bark Albert sailed at 11
o'clock this morninir for Sau Fran-
w!lJ' r'!!'"'':1 '
nutuu inasuii(uiB. ouii'ini nuviii-
men were nt the wharf to say good
bye to the Sau Francisco whi-eliuen,
Grilllths aud Terrill. IJ.-th had
bouquets of bright red i tiriiatioiis,
anil "Jack" Atkinson was the last to
say goodbye to them. The visitors
expressed themselves highly pleased
with their treatment hero by local
wheelmen, and the latter hope to
see them again iu Honolulu iu the
Another tiassenuer was T. V. K!ul'.
son of T. J. King, who goes away to of baptism by immersion. It praises
attend college. the "lilue Laws of Hawaii," saying
Mrs. Grilllths, wife of the popular tho Holomua is doing a public ser
skipper, ami Miss Oritllths did not vice in republishing the code to
go this trip, but will prolong their which it gives that name,
visit until '.he Albert's return. , Sq , wi iQ m
The Government baud will give a
concert al Thomas Square this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Following is
Dvvrturo ItHyniond TIiiiiiiiih
Muioii Hwco Marie DuWitt
lUrlUmu oulu llvllmirln Duiiltettl
.Mr. I'. Oirvullm.
WhIK Vienna lllnod Husuns
Hflcctlnu-llTiov. tore Venll
.Xvloiiliiinu bulo Irune Mullur
Mr. W. Hm
Wnlii-Jo lylliiU v0toilt
l'olkit Ntittuiiu Valley iierKur
A. E. Kilpatrick, of Fillmore, Cal.,
hail the mlslortttuu to have his leg
caught between a cart ami a stotie
Jtllfl limllv liriiiftitfl I IrilMiMrlli In,
iT, J r 1 ,1 V '
would have been laid up for two or
threo weeks, but says: "After UHing
one bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
uaim x iwgau to leel belter, anil iu
three days was entirely well. The
peculiar soothiug qualities which
Chamberlain's Pain Balm possesses I
have never noticed iu any other liui -
meut. I take pleasure iu recom -
mending it." This liniment is also
of great value for rheumatism ami
lame back. For sale by all dealers.
Bensou, Smith 6i Co., nguuts for the
"" "" " "" -1-"""
j A Strong Horse
, IS TUIS I1ESULT Or UNINll
HOOD FEED ....
A FKESIJ SUI'PLV
Hay and Grain
Jnst Arrived per "S. U. W'lliler."
CALL AND SKK US.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Isomer Qnorn it Niuiaini Uu,
Both Tklkpiionks 121.
This Brand will always bo found Rohablo and Good Value.
FKANK Jl. l'ETEUSOX & CO., AgontH.
LOOAXj AJfD QXNSBAX 1TKWB.
The W. G. Hall took two passen
gers for the Volcano to-day.
Tbe Givfrnrueut baud will give a
concert at Thomas Square this ovon
ing. The Hooulu Lalmi Society will
meet to-morrow afternoon at 2
o'clock at tho Maternity Home.
Charter members of the new
Musical Society are requested to
ipeet at the Y. M. C. A. this evening
I'assdd assistaut surgeon F. J. B.
Cordoiro, U. S. N , has been detached
from the Adams and granted two
mouths' leave of absence.
The authorities are iu receipt of
information that a schooner has
lauded a considerable amount of
opium on tho island of Maui.
Jan. F. Morgau scores first for
Christmas sains. Some handsomo
articles will bo sold by him at 57
Punchbowl utreet, on Friday at 10
Fifteen Hawatians have takon tho
oath of allegiance to the Hepubtic
in tho Clork' offico of the Judiciary
Department since tho first of No
vetnbor. George W. Smith, a member of
tho Board of Fire Commissioners,
hns been uresented with a ttola
badge by the offleers of the Fire De-
J. F. Morgan will begin a clear
ance sale of tailors' goods at the
store of II. Hackfeld & Co. at 10
o'clock to-morrow. The sale will bo
coutiuued on Thursday.
T. W. Itawlins offers to leao for a
long term of years the promises
formerly usod by mm as a soap lac
t t , at Lfe0( U0 ,as also for
,.? '..i.. '... i ... ... i
"'". ouihiuiiu Fuiiioo .uu Buuu
Thoo U. Davies & Co., L1., offer
in V?M .Christmas sale a great
variety of articles iu several lines of
household furniture, furnishings and
utensils. Cast your eye over the
list, and something will bo sure to
attract your desire.
At the services to-night in tho
Gospel tent, Lieut. Stiieinan will
j give a farewell talk to tho members
I of the church and friends. Tho sail-
ing of II. M. S. Hyacinth will take
The ChrisViau Church.
away a iiuuiher til the momoera ni
Having purchased largely at a
late ori'ilit hule, I am now enabled
to mI1 goods cheaper than any other
retail store iu town. All kiuds of
Dress Goods will be sold at auction
prices for cash. Sale commencing
Monday, Nor. 2litli. M. S. Levy.
December's issue of the Friend is
surcharged with criticism of the
I "Campbellites," who, in its eyes,
make far too much of tho doctrine
the moonlight hop of the Leilaui
Boat Club pleasurable to all who
patronize it. Lady friends of the
members have enlisted to decorate
tho hall. The entertainment is to
raise funds for a boat house, and will
take place at Independence Park
Friday evening of nest week.
Commissioner Cauavarro irave the
principal address at the Portuguese
Independence celebration at IJrito's
hall Stturday evening. J. S. Ramos
aud I'. A. Dins also made speeches.
A happy dance followed tho literary
exercis-s. Music was furnished by
the Concordia baud. Decorations
were elaborate, aud refreshments
There is every prospect of the
Knwaiahao Seminary's Fair being
.r .1... , . .- ..f 11... 1.I-..1
one m i ue 111
for n 0ug
' candy table,
rmud will lie
cream aud lemonade stands will be
there, ajso two side shows of mys-
Inrtnila ttimnpl will lui pavmaIaiI. ft
ii.,ln,i ni,l.u. nil .lnn't vmi fll
, to obtain a ticket.
The British bark Glauivor, Wil-
i Ham master, arrived this aftornoou
75 davs from Newcastle, with her
foro topmast gone. The accident
( occurred on Nov. 25, while the ves-
Hill u'na in Int. H N. Shu exnuriitiiCHd
a sudden terrific gale which carried
away, besides all the sails which
were beut at the time, the spar men-
i tioued above. From thouce to ar
rival the Glauivor was in a modorate
i irale. The Glauivor was at first
takeu for the bark Elsinor uow over
due. TBO0FS WILL MOT SO.
A Bquud of Town Police Will Help
tho Maul Force Instead.
A squad from Co. E of the regu
lars was to have been sent to Maui
by the steamer Ulaudine to euforce
the payment of taxes, but tho author
ities deemed it hiexpedieut and the
regulars stayed iu Honolulu. The
knapsacks wore packed aud other
necessaries for the expedition were
ready, aud the men were going, not
withstanding reports to the contra
ry. A number of police will be sent
ou the Claudiue this evening in
stead to aid the Maui police iu en
forcing the law.
for the Table !
Wm, E. Barlnocr
OUre ltltlfe, X. Y.
in the Face
Neatly Blind, But Perfectly Cured
Health, Appetite and Strength Re
newed by Hood'o Snraaparllla.
"CI. Hood ft Co., Lowell, MaM.t
" Hood's Saraparllla Is sfilcniltd. I had ling
tvetn troubled with eryslpclai, ami threo times
had It In tny head and fare. I became henrly
blind and my hair all came nut. My huiliind
wished mo to try Hood's SarsaparUU. I only
took three bottles before
I Waa Free
frn-n my old-time trouble and long tn(Terlni;.
It has nt er returned until Ust winter Mhllo I
was III wlUi the Rtlp, a stlctit attick broke out
on my face. After my slrkni-M I was not well I
became easily tired and lint my npf'tHe. I
resumed taking Hood's Sarsaparllla and am
Jinw uslnj the fourth liotllo and can run up and
down stairs as spry at crcr. Tho tlrrd feeling
Iscniicainl I liaonpmlnpp'tltc." Mill. WM.
U. luiii.Mir.n, Olive lllilse. Xcw York.
Hood'o PIII3 cure oil liver Ills, bilious
iwss, JauuJIco, liiJIgeitlon, sick headache.
Hobron Drag Co., Ld.,
Hole ARonts for thn Itcimhlin of Hnwnll.
Tltoso mnlo wcm'iIh, "Just
Right," cxpruHH tho pruHfiit
condition of our otock nnd
We liit the key note of 8tie
CC8H when we liuiiiclu'd out to
do tiusinesu on the tuick
StileM 2iiil Mnttll 1'rolit hanis ;
goodrt Hell fueter nittl we are
eimbli (I to keep our stock full
of the v ry latest of every
thing to be had ; the days
of shopworn goods are over
with uh; its new styles and
patterns; new li e in oimiici-h,
which to you menus New
York, L tpJon and Paris
goods nt hut a slight advance
over New York, London nnd
Paris prices. Asa pr.icieil
illustration, we are selling this
week, Maiiiias Cummin's f ir
$1 u pair. We hnve been
guilty of selling the very
same Cummins lor 7 a pa r
simply because we fonrerly
charged the ruling Honolulu
Prices Does not the men
tion of a cut like this one con
vince you that Quick Sales
aud Small Profits is no delu
sion or snare V If it d-m t,
the Cuutaikk will when you
look at thiMii. The resign
are beautiful, the colors are
beautiful Gm.ovks are an
other t ing we want to call
your attention to this woi-k.
Chamois ii.ovks white un
divsst'd kid gloves in eight,
sixieen, aid twenty button
lengths sizes are eompli t .
Perhaps you need omo. If
ou do wo suggest taking a
look nt ours. The (Ji.ovks
are Jtut Hight, tt e Priovs are
fca Only three weeks
now, to accumulate tickets
for the Volcano trip you
may be tho lucky one.
B. F. EIILBttS & CO.
A FKES1I LOT
Mineral -:- Water !
,11'Hl' TO llNI) I'KIt
H. Hackfeld & Co.
To Plantation Managers.
The following letters received from Ar. Jno. A. Scott, Aana
ager Hilo Sugar Co., refer to the Avery Fertilizbk Distkibu
toks and Stubble Diggers, for which the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. are sole agents. AU. 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. Atr. H. Deacon, Aana
ger for Pepeekeo Sugar Co., secured one each of these inple
i ments from Atr. Scott and expressed his satisfaction with them
in the letter published herewith:
PtrEEKKO, Aug. 8, IS'Jl.
J. A. Scott,
) at Hir. Iu reply to yours iu relation to the "Avery" Stubble Diggers
aud Fertilizer Distributors.
1 would Bay that I hate boon using tho Diggers almost constantly since
I rcceivedithom, and am highly pleased with thorn. As the name higuiuV,
I tiud thftii specially adatited to tho work of looseniuir the soil abniit rat-
toon stools, aud they may bo usod to
after the bertilizer Distributor, thereby tmttine tho rattoou Holds iu the
very best condition lor a ratml urowtli.
and I would recommend them to anv
it . . . -
Tho Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saving machine, and I Hud
that 1 shall need ouo more to fill our requirements here.
I remain, yours respectfully,
(Signod) H. Deacon,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Waixaku, Hilo, Aug. t), lS'Jl.
Mn. E. H. HuNtiiiY, Honolulu.
Dent Sir: In 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 months aud have dug some eighl
hundred acres of stools with them, thorouuhlv loosening the suit In mu
about the roots, thus giving them an excellent opportunity for many more
shoots to come forth than usually do. Aud I tiud that there is a thicker
stand of cane where it has been stubble dug. The machine works in fer
tilizers ou rattoou 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 come time aud 1
have fertilized ab'Mit four hundred acres with ilium thus far aud ihej are
doing all the makers claim for them, distributing the fertilizer!, iu an even
manner on eacn side oi too cano ami
aro a good labor saving machine anil
These machines are of light draft aud
inesu maciuues are oi light
liable to get out of order.
Wii received by the Alameda a carload of Avery & Sons' Im
plements which include Fertilizer Distributors, Stubble Dithers
and Improved Sujpir Land Cultivators. The latter ha solid
discs and shovel attachments. They are admirably adapted for
use in the soil here and will be found necesary on every plan
tation. The Fertilizer Distributor is arranged to work on land where
the furrows are iirogular with the same facility as where they
Any information regarding these machines will be furnished
on application to
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
IMl'OitTKIlH, WIIOI.KSAI.K AND KKT.UI, DK.VI.KItb IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Morohant StroetH.
Jf you tiro in need of HAY and
GltAIN for your nnd
Temple of Fashion
SI S'ort Street
On Duei'iiilifr 1, IS!)
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
I'liiiH'ili'U.lliMiil'imiMliiriiK tho KNTIIti: MONTH OK OKI KM
Jil.lt I hit llnii'lR iu lm illJHnl n(, riiliil.t ul . , ...
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
HootH, 8Iiooh and Gont'n FurulHhtng QooiIh.
.- An liuiiii'iini Aonirlineiil ol TOYH f Oil UllltlHrMAH MJ
M., C. BILVA,
great advantage either before or
Thev are a hitht draft machine.
. " '
in whatever quantity dcMred. They
are doing tho work of several men.
stromrlv made aud there in uothimr
tuny recommend these to plantation
i remain, yours truly,
John A. bcorr,
Manager Hilo Sugar Co
$07 Fort Street, Honolulu.
(nun nil tlm (V.r,til
I'lirUirloK In thn llnltnl
liiiif? up Tuleph' lies
to nil partfj of
Union Feed Co.,
I, we will
JUST Ol'KNBD AT
620 Fort Street,
Si i kolines ! Silkolines !
Au elrjrtit usirrtmcnl In Klgnrcil nnd Solid Colors.
A new as-orttin nt of h'atln nii'l Sriln-KilKc ltlbnoiii, tireity odd cliadei for Fr.ojr Work,
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
l'uistitliiKelSti.iiit Ilibi r.n f I tin,
Trn- CloHn. flldu Hoard Hrarfs. Splasliers, Do;llia, Ktc.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
in U)lit lllnc, 1'itiW, Igliorn, I'riMin, I,THider and Cnrdtntl.
Cardinal Cotton Duck, White Matting Cloth,
Jtl't tliu llitu lor IdirV Costume?.
NEW FiLLT WORSTED DRESS GOODS I
In the latest t"ntd and 8t'lcs, and full asortmcnt of
SOLID COLOR WORSTED DRKSS GOODS!
In nil the Ift'cst shades.
HIRES' ROOT BH3H1R..
TV IS A IIOMKMADI-: AN'I) IIOMKM.VKINO 11KVKKAUK.
It in wry rmily irrurnl, mill it tliu iiliin illrucliiuiH uro
follnwiil, it will uhviiyn lm koiuI. Hvury iiiciulicr of tliu family,
from tin- luliy in t lie Kriiiiilfntliur, mn enjoy Hiiikh' Hoot Dkkk,
mill nvi'iy HIM' of iliem will Imvu ht'lter licultli fur each nwnllow
tln-y tuki. It miiroviii tin iiptn'tito, inrilU'H tlio IiKkmI, mill
tiiiu'c lli- wliuli fyi-ti'in. t'liildri'ii iicuitilly (Itlilit in If ihkh'
Itoor llhi.u Ito iti'uirntii.n intiroti tlieni, anil iu uco iloca
ilii'iu kimmI In (Ihiuk.iiiiIh of lioini'D, "IIiiiks' Hoot Hkkii that
mother iiuiilc," will lm umoii tliu Imppifiil rccollt-clionH of
i'IiIIiIIhmhI It di-uiiM-f tliu ryati-m of tin' tniisiinotiH liumom that
ihvi'lup in kiiliu-y mill iiriunry tlii-t'iiM.'e, mill in fuel, in uny case
lli.il nrlM friiin uu impiiru ht.ttu of (tut liluoil.
DiMiiirtly iimliTrlmnl lln:i' Itoor IlKKit in without iiiliiltt
mtioii or nny I'licmlcul or nrtillc'iil mlmixtiiro uu prove it it id
iiiiiile in our open l.iilmr.itury. No ncri't proctMi. Wo take tliu
IichI IIiiIm nml ItiHitu, Imil them iluwn, dottle them mn! nouil
them to you. l'erlinpi there inu'l mmtlier Itoot liter Liibnru
lory iu tlii'eoiinlry open to puhlie "e. Kverylnwly knowH Hikks'
Itoor llixu eheuiieulii enn't uppro.icli nature. Will you imo
iiiiluuil It. Hit Itier uml Milii.fy your third ami strenmheii youi
ImhIv, or will you ue iirtilieinl Itoot lleer to hiixu h few pennies
mitl ruin your lienlih? Theie 1h leu tiiiicf uh much Hiiirh' floor
Ukkii Milil thitu nil other Knot lleer extracts continued.
IhiiinoN' Ditro Ccimi'axv
Ukn-son', Smith & Company
IIoi.i.iSTKit DitL't; Com pan v,
Lkwis A: Companv
national Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAf IAN ISLANDS.
V7 l S
.. ' . , ,' "'. ' 'i"-,p r '" " """ Hl,ilr Conipuny, Kivea tlio follow-
mi! ; wonderful nn.r.l o the wmkiiiK of tht NATIONAL OANE SHHED-IJl-.ll,
whieh .r. e,eeleil hy their worU nt the Voinniuneeiiiuiit of the cron
jul h.irsoteil :
" DiiruiK tin- MM wi.k the Hilo .SiiKnr Coinp.iny'H mill exceeded nny of
U loiiiiir reei.riU liv .l..niun the 1J.) hotirr BrimlniK with un output of 3001
lorn. hh B fully 111 , u.Uit more than the lie.t work of former yuitrn.
"he three n ller uu I heniK li in. hy .".I in. mul thu two roller mill HO in.
m .ti in. I lie hut null il.unn thih amount (lf Work iu mi ellloienl munuvr
mul with km "I e.iM , eomp.inil with woik on wlmlu eune, owini; to thorotiKli
ptepnr.ilioi, of tli.eane l.y thn National tJmio Shreil.ler, leeently ereeletl tiy
(In l ompany. '
' Ami l. n ii..e Ha-. Mra.iion lias heen iucre.i.eil from percent to It w
ii ul on all Kiuil- ol i.iio.iiuil in roiueeaMMI percent lias heen reacheil:
tin nit r.iiftt in tut T.t !. ih . . .. i.- . .
" " ' " I 'in, neeorillllK H illl.llliy,
" eontiinie to liml Uu. hwam from uliruihlctl eauu bet
"lli. rliu...T lm. I nnrkiiiK
,l, , . , . " ; ",.,. ,, mini iiiiiiiiiiB nun hub
hlvi li in euiir. NIII.IU.-U..II, liuvhiK ulirnlliil iluriiiK that lime ahottl wvunly
IIimi imiiiiI lotih ..I .-un. . ami a Utfiv part of it I.uIiik lianl raUKiun.
Uu- Mireilihi mul . iiKiue reiiiiru very Utile earn or attenllon."
i l.uia ami i..i em. atiuiih u( lluo iSlnvililur may ho een at thu utUco of
: : Honolulu.
at All Times
Ltd.. . . 4
utter fuel than from
ilny uml uilit for eeu moulhii mul hua
- tr'Tft I
Tt t$L t'iir -a. a .
w Tr'iJjrj tX'ffiWWBlBBBL
O. IRWIN Ie CO., Id.,
m 4mUJn UU Hmniit imdi,