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Ji $nihi gutMin.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5, 1894
TtiE8DT, Dec. I.
CASH Wnrrlmoo, Ulnl, from Hip Uolonlen
Wkii.nf.mday, Dec. 6.
Sttiir Klnnit from Hnwnll ami Maul
WriiskkiiaYi Dec 5.
0 A H 8 Warrhuoo, Dinl. fur lirltldi inline-bla
Cargoes from Island Port
8tmr Ktmui 2J.b.ii4 4pn!, "0 bags p
!M ling-., -OIhIIi liMr, (I bnlc wool,
From Hyilnoy, per 0 A 8 S Warrlinuo.
Dec t-U l( Hit t, Mri It Uonnolly ami '1
clillilreii, 1' (Jeriiuu, T lliackcray uml v
Kruiu Hawnll and Maul, ("Tstnir Klnntt,
Dcu 0 Volcano: .1 T llarr.tuloiwli uml
wlfi, Mrs II V I wis, Millx I.ityt-ux, Cript
O J Omiiplicll. l'rl c 1'1,-rre iPAti'iulicig
ml valet, W K Unwell N ulilniult It t:
obrruromliiu, A I!oIkt- I'cter Ijpc. llout
''omig, Mm J U I. em uml i children,
iln niul mi) iKirii: Citpi Am Mntin, A
JiMilnml wife, Cam It Peterson, T It
rfi-ywurth. MIm M ulseii, K Otiukl, Jt
'ikutia, U KiiImt, T Keren, II Cornncll,
Vlis II Cornwcll, Mm M Krall, ' Mlti
. onilliling. 0 I Alunn, ulilMmi mill si-r-r
nit, .Mki uHiili Coukrtt, Mist llniiin,niicl,
"((s l.lili! 0, ek.'f, Mr Young Ping, J r
M.'lr, II T Taylor. lr A llurnte, V L.
foltz, wlfo mid uhllit niul .''( deck.
Poisoned by Impure Water
New In Good Health, Lively, Happy
looax aito amrxKAX vxws
Mrs. Feathorstono is not going
Valuable city property is offered
(or sale in this paper.
The Governmout band plays at
the Hawaiian Hotol this evening.
Do ynu want to wear good clothes?
Oo to Hoth, the tailor. But first see
Wildor's S. S. Co. notify the names
of their newly oloclod directors in
A notice of the sailing nf the
steamer Kinati from Hilo on Dec. 22
Tho theme at the Gospel tent to
night will be: "Can I know that I
am or will be saved!"
Tnro was a small earthquake
shock at Kohala on tho morning of
Tuesday, Dec. 4, at I o'clock.
Tho men of H. iTm. sT Hyacinth
.... , ,i .. , ii -. U. I anawiio wcroieiiiu. iiiBuuvwuMiuure;
are jubilant over tho fact that they wer, hj drinking water from mi old
are to spend Christmas in Honolulu. weU, Th6 tw 8f, tMtA to rally under tin-
nncinr a ireainimi. r.ra, hkhi imir jrrar icu
To Plantation Managers.
Eva, Carroll and Lily Brown
a tone, Vermont
C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mnss.t
"Gentlemen! Last winter, my two girls, boy
and wife were taken 111. The doctors salil they
I'or Kaiml, per Mmr Iwnliinl
cio-ckci. r itiiiiit
ir Iwnliml. Did I C
V Kliu lon. A KnuiNun.
For lv'iunl. iK'r j-lnir Mlnileilu. lii-c I
11 WYIgrtitli .Mrs C 11 Uenz, U Annul, Mrs
For Mnut, jier tmr f Intnllne, Dii' 4
lr Wnblvugei niul child V I, Wlli-ox, A
Hit iiif In-rit,, Mrs 'iilon mid (laughter
For Victoria niul Vhii,- .uvcr, K!r U A M 8
vVitrrlinoo, Die I -V llt'iilny, Fnd Priwl,
B Wort liiglou, tt'S I aw relief, N llr tllt-y
V Dicki-nou, n M llrltg. 1 M IMiidiutiiiu.
K 8 Young, Kiltlslittma, 8 Mcnonuld, K V
Tin1 M'fllucr Knitla Is to have it new fore,
rmui put In.
The M. tuner Wninlcalu wl I leave for
Lnliulna Hiid lliimakiiuoii Friday iiioriiltig
at II o'elock
The llrtluli Imrk (llanltor Is docked nt
the I'nclllc Mull wharf and tim ItotttMi
bt-ck nl llrtiwer'H wharf.
NOTHINQ LIKE THE VOLCANO.
Enthuilnetlc Rporc of a Visitor Just
Captain C. J. Campbell, Superin
tendent of the 1. 1. S. N Co., return
wl to-day by the steamer Kinau
from a well-earned vacation The
captain looks and feels much bene
liteil hy the trip, ami was on deck
to-day attending to his routine work.
Captain Campbell stayed ten days
at the Volcano House, and is warm
in his praise of the management
tlioro. Ho r-ays everything one could
wish ho could get at the hotel. His
appetite was good and his corporo
nity bears evidence of I ho statement.
Tho Volcano wa very active. At
Hilo the captain stayed eight dnya.
Tho chestuut there was, ''What do
you think of our Volcano romlt"
The roatl was in excellent condition.
Along the Hawaii const very
rough weather prevailed. The bark
Sumatra, which was lying in Hilo
bay, dragged her anchor and strand
ed near tho mouth of the Waiakea
river. She bumped on a muddy
bottom and consequently sutlered
no daui'ige. Site was got off safely.
Snow was on Mauuakoa and Union
kala and made a line sight as the
steamer bowled along the Const.
Captain Campbell says a trip to the
Volcano will benefit one more thuu
one to the Coast.
T. Thackoray, a contractor and
builder, arrived on the S. S. Warri
moo yesterday evening from the
.lai. F. Morgan will roll furniture
nt the resilience of the late Dr.
Trousseau on Wednesday of next
week at 10 a. m.
II. U. M. S. Hva-Tilth will not
leave thio evening us provioithly re
ported. Her departure has been in
The trunk of Simon von Topaz,
who shot himself on Saturday, was
searched to-day. Nothing but papers
of no value were found.
S. Murakami is expected in Hono
lulu liy the uext steamor from Van
couver. Ho will succeed S. Fujii as
Japanese Consul-Ooneral in Hawaii.
Mrs. Thirds will deliver another
lecture Imforo leaving Honolulu.
It will be on Friday evening, and
the subject, "Theosophical Ideals."
Another Japanese steamer is ex
pi'oted from Kobe the latter end of
Hits mouth with ouu Japanese imtnt
grants. Sho is consigned to Nanyu
W. O. Irwin A: Co. havo ordered
two !1 roller mills fr"tn the Honolulu
Iron Works for the Hilo plantation.
Tlioi mills will l reinforced with
the National cane shredder.
Marshal Hitchcock is still investi
gating the charge of brutality
against the mounted patrolmen on
Saturday. The general public are
worked up about the affair.
Mrs. K. Donnelly, nee Martha Bols
ter, ami two children, arrived from
Sydney on the S. S. Warrimoo yes
terday evening. Mrs. Douuolly has
boon absent from Honolulu about
A meeting of the Young Hawai
Inns' Institute will be held to mor
row evening in the Foster Hall.
This wilt be the first meeting of
the institute in its new hall, and a
full attendance is requested.
sway sa sho only welKln-ills", liis.s. coughed
ail the time aud was helpless. Physicians said
She Had Consumption.
Lily, aged eight years, was nearly as bad as
Eva but being older aud stronger, held up a lit
t!s ...tter. We rve them Ixith ttt-od's 8ara-
Earllla, which built up their Mreugth and benltlt
nely so that they became fat and plump. Iltcly
and nappy. My son Carroll mus In a bad con-
dltlMi, hat lug a bad cough and very weak. He
was obliged to lie down must of the time.
One bottle of Hood's Bars.iparllla put Mm on
his feet mid restored nrf--t health. I bellere
Hood's Htrsittii Ilia s.itcd my I'hllitreu's lives."
John T. Hunt s. Mime, Vermont t
HOOD'S PU.L8 curs nil L'ver Ills, Dlllous
aets, JuuiiilKu, Iiidluetlluu, Sick Headache.
Hobron Drug Co., Id.,
8o!e Agents for th Hepubllc of Hawaii.
Tho following are booked at the
ofllto of W. O. Irwin & Co to leave
ou the S. S. Australia for San Fran
cisco: Miss Gorman, Miss H. Cowan, M!sh
Helena Mahlum,ltalf Uorchgrevinek,
Mrs. M.M Thirds, Captain Ahlborii,
Miss M. Tucker, F. V. Ma-farlane
k. and wife, A. H. Small, Miss V. Ste
vens, Hon. W. H. Com well, Mrs.
htiruinn, N. Ohlaiidt, Iteutieu Tuck
, Captain W. Matson. Princn
o'Ahreuhorg aud valet, Hon. 11. 1'.
i. tld win.
The Leilaui Itoat Club will meet
the Hotel thi evening.
, Strong Hure
IS TIIK UK.SULT or UNINIl
QOOU FKF.D ....
A FRESH SUPPLY
flay and Grain
Jim Arrived por "8. t). Wilder,"
CALL AND SKK US.
IJornir CJii--ii V Nniismi Hin
Both Tki.ki'Movks 121.
OIXY PBOFRXY iOIl BALK.
Hiving purchaed largely at a
late credit sale, I am now enabled
lo sell goods cheaper than any other
retail store in town. All kinds of
Dress Goods will be sold at auction
pries for cah. Sale commencing
Monday, Nor. 2tlth. M.S. Lt:vv.
J. F. Morgan will continue the
sale of tailor's goods by oider of H.
Hnekfold & Co. at his salesroom at
10 o'clock to morrow, Dec. 0 The
sale to-day win fairly well attended
and great bargain1 were obtained by
purchasers in suit and pant patterns.
The evidence for the nrosecutiou
in the Lipiue.Fern- Isabella- Achi
adultery cae was concluded this
itiiou in the Dis'rlct Court. Judge
Ferry denied the motion for a dis
charge, aud the defendant's side of
the tory is being heard this after
The t rial of J 1. Ho won for arson
was concluded iu the District Cour..
yesterday afternoon. It resulted iu
the committal of defendant to the
Circuit Court for trial by a jury,
lloweu was taken over to Oahu
I'riKOii at 5 o'clock iu the evening,
where he will be kept until the
J. W. Girviu, clerk of the Chinese
braueb of the Foreign OfUco, is re
ceiving applications for return per
mits from Chinese who iuteutl leav
ing for their native land by the S. S.
Oceanic ou December 11. He does
not know as yet how many there
will be, but reports "a great many"
applications of Chinese merohauts
for six months' residence permits.
THE QBE AT LABOR PROBLEM.
Tlioo Hinfiii' words, 4.Iust
Right,'' I'xproHH tlu prtwnt
condition of our Mock and
We hit the key nolo of suc
c.OHH when we liiiiuclu'd out to
do lniHiiK'rts on the Quick
Sales and .mull 1'rolit busis ;
irood-t sell f.ir-tor ind we me
eiuild' d o keep our stock full
of the v ry liitesr. of every
thing to be had ; the days
of shopworn goods me over
with uh; its new styles and
patterns; new Ii e in liiHiierH,
which to you means Xcw
Vork, L ip'on and Paris
goods nt but a slight advance
over New York, London and
Paris prices. Ann pncicil
illustration, we are selling this
week, Madras Cuutai.vs f -r
.ft a pair. We have been
guilty tif selling the very
same Cfutains lor $7 u pa r
simply because we for erly
charged ihe ruling Honolulu
Trices Dies nor the men
tion of a cut like this one con
vince you that Qu ok Sales
and Small Prolits is no den -Hon
or snare V If it d -n t,
the Cuui-aixs will when you
Innl.- nt Ilt, .ill. Till' ( I'hi'i'llK
....... ,.v ....... ...- 0.- .
are beautiful, the colors are I
beautiful Gi.ovks are an-;
other t iug we want to call
your attention io mis wei k.
t iiamois i.ovks white ini
dfsssed kid gloves iu eight,
sixteen, a id twenty button
leigths sizes arc coiupl" 1 .
Perhans von ncedoinc. If
. t i i .
ou uo wo Sllggl
look t ours. 'I
are eJur-t Kiglit, ti e Pries ure
Kar Only three weeks
now, to accumulate tickets
for the Volcano trip you
may bo thii lucky one.
B. P. KIILKKS & CO.
The following letters received from Ar. Jno. A. Scott, Aana
ager Hilo Sugar Co., refer to the Avery Fertilizhr Distriuu
tors and Stubble Diggers, for which the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. are sole agents. Mr. 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, 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:
I'cr-KEKEO, Aug. 8, Is'Jl.
J. A. Scott,
IPur Sir. Iu reply to yours iu relation to tho "Avery" Stubble Diggers
aud Fertilizer Distributors.
I would say thai 1 have been using the Diggers almost constantly since
1 receivedithem, ami am highly pleased with them. As the name signifies,
1 (ind tli"in specially adapted to tite work of loosening the soil about rat
toon stools, and titer may be ued to great advantage either before or
after the Fertilizer Distributors, thereby putting the raltoon Holds in the
very best condition for a rapid growth. Ihey are a light draft machine,
ami 1 would recommend them to any plantation owner.
The Fertilizer Distributor isi a great labor saving machine, aud I find
that 1 shall need one more to Jill our requirements here.
1 remain, yours respectfully,
(Signed) 11. Dl'aco.v,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Waixaku, Hilo, Aug. U, 18J1.
Mh. 2. It. Hkndiit, Honolulu
yiir .Vr. lu reply to your enquiries regarding tho working of the
"Avery' Stubble Diggers and Fertilizer Distributors. I would ray that I
havo been using the Diggers for some months and have dug some eight
hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly loosening the soil in ami
about the roots, thus giving them an excellent opportunity for many more
shoots to come forth than usually do. Aud I find that there is a thicker
stand of cane wnero it has been stubble dug. The machino works in fer
tilizers on rattoou stools without any further hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with the soil aud allowing them to gel to the roots of the
The Fertilizer Distributors I have had at work for some time ami 1
have fertilized abut four hundred acres with them thiii far and I hoy are
doing all the makers claim for thorn, distributing tho fertilizers in an even
mauuur on each side of the cane and iu whatever quantity desired. They
are a good labor saving machine ami aro doing the work of several men.
These machines are of light draft aud strongly made ami there is nothing
liable to get out of order. I can fully recommend these to plantation
owners. 1 remain, yours truly,
(Signed) Joii.v A. Scorr,
Manager Hilo Migar Co.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
JUriT Ot'KKKV AT-
1ST. S. SAOHB'
620 Fort Street, : : Honolulu.
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 lor
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.,
307 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Si kolines ! Silkolines !
An circuit assortment In l-'lntrcil anil Solid Colors.
A tipvas ortmnitof Sallniini "ntln-Kihc lUhhnns, r-rr'ty odd ensiles for Kar.cy Work.
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
Co isiatliltfiif Hlfiiiiiil Ilibs fm CI ,llis,
Trav CloUiu. Sldp Hoard Scarfs, Splashem, Doyll.s, Ktc.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
In Ulit llluc, l'.nlf, Lt-Kliorn, Crunm, LiYende' and Cardinal.
Card-.nal Cotton Duck. White Matiing Cloih,
Just tho llilliK for bsdUV Costumes.
NEW FIL WORSTED DRESS GOODS!
Iu the 1 itt?l 1 nM and Ht'lnos, and a full assortment of
SOLID COLOR WORSTKD DIlKSS GOODS!
In all l lip latest elmdes.
II IUII CLASS
frcin all llin i V lir.tnl
r.ift. rlcx In thi' Unltnt
IMI'OuTKItH, WIIOI.KSAI.K AND Itr.TMt. IIKAI.KItH IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Meichunt St'oetH.
"XT' nit v HhsiuAin,i:
Thii lluii.es, on III" nlrcni
car Imih. u ill Ih olil low.
Curl of thu in liny limy ruiiinin on iiinrt
KiiKti Aiily ntiliitiMili'ii I Ul It
rrilMriTCAMKIt MNAI' W'M.I. I.I1AVK
X lllln. Hiitunliiy Hi" M i
m , Hlllt nnlvii lit Uml lll
id ill ,' uVinik
lIlM'. tillll lit II ll'tlllM'k a. m.
WII.IHIIl'H rfl'KA.Mhll l' Cl.
Honolulu, Dcu. 0, l&'JI, 1JUI Id
fortugunao Avatlablo from tho Haln
land of tho Kingdom
Pri'HUlout Dolo and Cabluut nre
holding a confuroncu this afternoon
with tho Trustees of tho Planters'
Labor A; Supply Company over the
niattor of labor.
F. A. Schniifor, prosidout of tho
company, W. U. Irwin, ox-prbsidunt,
A. Young, C. Uolto aud othorn are
Minintor Dninoii was asked trnfore
the uioetiuK if the advices received
from Mr. ThU'Stou were uucourag
iug. "Donidi'dly so," he answered.
"'I'lmi are to come from the main
land of Portugal!"
"Yesj Mr. Thurston pan get lalior
ors from Oporto. We bhoiiltl prefer
to tint tlii'in from the Azons, but
uoue ttiiiild be obtained from those
1'huo. 11 laviH ,V: Co., LM, have
obtained permiis from the Ooveru
iniint to laud I'JO Chinese laborers
from Urilinh Columbia ou Jauuary
.Muriit Kanuaana by her attorneys,
C. V. Ashford niul .1. Iv. Kitluiukiiuii,
moves for a new trial of her eause
ngniiist Kehi and olheri. Among
other grounds of the motion is that
the case was tried by a mixed jury
against tho objection of thuplaiulilf.
A FHES1I LOT
Mineral -:- Water !
.HIHl' to llNI I'KIt
If you arc in uccl
UKAlfl lor your
of HAY and
Z Ivinf? up Tclcph iich
deliver to all parts of
Union Feed Co.,
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Temple of Fashioc
esi Fort Street
n Deccmlier 1, 18!) I, we wil
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
TmiK.iIh wll i!ut inn' dur iik tlm Kn'I'IUK MonTII OK Uhl
lil.lt llin id "in i i Im uliii-il of, rniifl.t nl , ,
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
BootH, Shoo and Gont'H FurniHtiinc GoocIh.
!. All lii,iiini Amrlliiunl of I'OYH rOlt I'llMrll'MAH M1
M.. C. SILiVA, Proprietor.
And at All Times
KIDESCS ROOT BHIHI-R.
TT IS A llo.MKMADi: AND IIOMKMAKINfl HKVKUAdE.
-L It U very enily pivpartil, ami if the plain directions are
fnllievcil, it will tib.iy he giMid. Kvery mi'iiihcr of the family,
from llii' li.iliy to iln r.uiilfuilii'r, can enjoy IIiiikh' Hoot Hckii,
uml cvi'iy one of llit-m will have liettcr hciillh for each swallow
tln'.v tnkc. It iinpiovi llii' iippctile, ptuilics the blood, uml
tom- the w hull- fV-iciii. I'iiililrini chptt'iully ilclighl ill Hikkh'
Itoor IIki:u Iu piepiirmioii intiriyi- them, anil its in-c dix-s
tlii'in ihiiI. In ilioiiniuili. of Iniini k, "11 iio:u' Koot IIkkii that
iiiotliiT iiiinle," "Ml he iiiiuMin I In- haipicrl recollections of
t hildhooil It cli'iiiiMh the ryMcm of the poiMiiioitH liiimori. tlntt
ili'vi'lnp iu kiilni'V ami nihility ilicoi,i', ami iu fact, in any cum)
tli.il url-ii (nin iin iuipille kIuIc o( tin hlotiil,
D.piimily ini'lir-tinnl IhiiKs' ItooT IIkkii U wiihout itilultu
rutioii or.uiy clicuiiiMloi'iiriilli'ial iidmixliiie we prove it it U
miiili' iu our opi'ii Lihoratory. No M-cret proevrs. We take the
lol lli'ili. anil U'mpIi., hoit Iheiii ilotMi, bottle them ami acini
llicni to you. I'lTiiap there Un't itnothcr Knot Heir Lahnra
lory iuilii''oiiuli onii io public "ye. Kveryboily known IIiiiks'
ltoor llhiai chi'iiiicals can't appmach u.iture. Will you line
iiaiiiral It ml liter and Miliefy your thirnl anil streiiihen yoni
body, or will you iimi aitilleial Itoot liver Io Mtve n lew penuies
uml ruin ymu lniil'iiT 'I'lu'ic is leu tiutci us much Hikkh' Koot
IIkku roltl than all oilier Itoot llci.'r exiracts comhiiieil.
lloilItoX Dltl'U 'ilMPAN'Y
Hknson, Smith & Company.
IIom.intku Dm'u Company. Ltd....
Lkwis it Compxny
. . . WholcHile Druggists
National Cane Shredder
PATKXTKH UVIIKIt TIIK I.WVS OF TIIK HAWAIIAN I.SI.ANDH.
tr ' - "f
I 'i n
Mr. .lohu A Hcotl. .Man mi t of llin Hilo Sugar Onmpiiny, nie the follow
iiiK womliiful iccoril of the working of tin NATIONAL CANB SHHKD
DKIt, which uiiM-rrcieil hy thoir work at the couiiuonccment of tho crop
"During tin pant invk Hi. Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
iu former ici I liy eliiug thi ll'.'i liour griudiiig with an otiipuiof IlOOi
(our. Thic ih fully III peiivui more lliiui i. l.hi work of former veau.
''Tin. three n.lU-i null l..iug lili in. hj .ri m. mnt tho two toller 'mill UO in.
! Jill iu. I he (nut null doing mi- nuioiiul of wmk in an ellieicnt manner
iinl withgrM.it i..iM', compared with woik on whole cane, owing to thorough
1'rep.iiall I Hie cm liy iltti National i,uu ninedihr, lecuntly ireultil hy
tin Com .iiiy.
" And li Uo ue ihe exlraetimi In- hecii inercaMil from it perceul to A per
"'", ill kind l e imi ,, mil IP Mini' CUM Ml I'OICellt ha been luiinlied ;
Hie iivei tgi heiug 7.'i tu 7. pi ic.-iii, accrding to ipi.ility.
" I cniiiiue io llud iho m.-g.ui. from nliit.ilileil cane liclttr fuel thuu from
" Ihe -Im 'Id. r Im. I'm n .iking d.iy and nl,-,iil for ceien iiiouiIimiiiiI has
given me euiiie MiiiMaeiion, htiing rhiedded iliirmg tli.it lime uUmi seventy
hoiii-iiml tons oi eane. innl a lurgi p.utof il being haul ralootin.
" '"rl1,r''''',"r ""', ' "ii""' i-'M'iirc ei bille caie or allenlloit,"
atVI'lans uml .cellenlluh oi iliurv Shieililuin may ho M-oii at lliooillce of
WM, G. IRWIN CO., Ltt.