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Fill DAY, DEC. 7, 1891
Fnin.w, l)ci 7.
titnir Walnlalu fur Lnhatnu nnd Hamakim
at I) n in
Btntr Ktnnii for Mntil nnd llntvnlt at i t m
Vensols Iioaviuc Xo-uiorrow.
8 8 AtiMrnlbt, Huililli't'c, (or San Finn
cbco nl Vi noon
For Maul nnd Hnnnll, r stinr Kltinn",
Deo 7 -Volrnnoi v in liUuhfiuld midwife,
K l,(!lme, Mrs (' l Jones FA Jacob-", C
IM'bavp. WnjrtorMt Mis Allen, Mrs H
Turner, Mnrin A It uglips, Mn K 11' Ward,
MrtUPO Kulirrtfoti a-d ;J children, (!ol V
V Aidiford, J!. Motikhmue, S W Ibook, A
11 Towiim-iiiI, 0 H V Hiiohcock, Mr. B 1
lUldwtn. W 0 Add, '1 YoUiunoto, W 8
JlnrnpK, Miks llrtrni-s, M Mcl'mn, 0 b An
thony, T .1 lllcgins.
Tlio U-anier WnliiMioihi left for Wain
tun yesterday cvonhij;.
Tlio kIimI at tlie nuw Nmianu street
wlmrf has been completi-d.
The ri'liuuii'r llnlciknln Is (till lying oil'
Mu nkal, In thn v chilly of the vrc-k.
The hnrk It'iiUcnheck ban cliingrd plrc
with tlio schooner Transit nt llrewcr'i
The tipbiKincr Hcela arrived yesterday
evening wl h ncaro of uwu root nud llli.
Him In from Knit, Hawaii.
to tlio wlfu
of 1). W.
Charlotto Adam.' Will Objection to
8, Khrllch'n Discharge.
W. II. dimming hns brought no
tion against J. K. and Nlnti I mi ken,
to hnvo judgment iu thoir favor for
100 daninjros vacated. Tlio Mar
niinl mutorno ou tlio sutiiiuonn, "No
bond fllul n required by Sue. 8,
Chap. U5 of Lawn of 10."
in i iiui o Dtma wt mum wa
error ngainnt .Jos. O. Carter, nn pro-
ponont ol the. nllegotl will ol unar
lotto Adam, to hnvo tlio judguionl
on vordli't not aido. i'lalulitT wan
iJV ono oi iuo coutCMnuis ui ino win
w! that was ndmitted to probato. C.
' ir W. Ashford Is hor attornoy.
John II. linokfnld, Asiauooa in
bankruptcy of ii. Ehrllch, ha filed
objections to tlio dmohnrgo of the
bankrupt. His roanoti in that, while,
iu coiitomplutiou of bankruptcy,
Ehrlich paid sums nmouutiug to
J0O00 ou notes hold by Julius Abrn-
baiuBon, for the purpose of prefer
ring AbrahatiiHOU to tlio other cred
itors and to prevent the money iu
question from coining into the bandit
of his nsisiguoo for the purpose of
distribution amongst alt hU credit
ors. i M. Hutch for nignoo.
Judge Whiting is hearing the jury
waived eajo, from the November
term, of Iguncio do Krugu vm. I'Iim
Portuguese Mutual Duneilt Socinty.
A. S. Uartweil for plaiulilT; C V
Anil ford for defendant, i'laiutdf
claims S3D2 W) and intoroht fnun date
of complaint as Hick bouollt from
READY you BUSINESS.
Atinouucumtmt of the Jfuclllo Ouauo
A Furtlllzor Co.
The attention of agriculturists of
all kinds is called to the advertise
ment of the I'ftcifju Guano A: Fer
tilizer Co. This corporation has es
tablished one of the largest indus
trial establishments to be seen ou
the Islands. Us factory and group
of dwellings at Kalilii form one of
the sights ou the Oaliu railway. Dr.
Averdam, a skilled Gorman cIiiiihIbI,
is iu charge of the works. There
will be less money leaving the coun
try now than formerly, foroigu ferti
lizers having been a large Stem iu
the imports. The list of oIlicerH is
a guarantee of the souuduecs of the
enterprise. Guano is imported direct
from Lysau Island by the corpora
tion, and there are inexhaustible
1hIb of limestone reached by thn
Geo. . Jenkins, editor of the
Hauta Maria Times, (Jal., iu ftpoakiug
of the various ailments of children,
said: "When my children have croup
tlieie is only one patent inedieiiio
that I over use, and that IsChniuber
lain'H Cough Komedy. It posHothos
some medical properties tliat lelieve
the little sutTereis immediately, ll
iu, iu my opinion, the best cough
medicine iu the inaikot." If this
remedy is freely given as soon as the
crotipy cough appears it will pre
vent tlio attack. It is also an ideal
remedy for whooping cough. There
is uo danger in giviug it to children,
as it contaiiiH nothing injurious.
For sale by all dealer, Jieiisou,
Smith & Co., agents for the Hawai
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Thistle Club this evening.
Fresh local news on every page.
S. Magnin returns to the Coast by
the S. S. Australia to-morrow.
The weather is not Uw wet for a
bath in the t'acilic at Ilauiwai.
There wero six Volcano passengers
by the steamer Kiuau this afternoon.
E. R. Stackable has succeeded E.
A. Molneruy as clerk in the Finance
"Browuie cocktails" are the latest.
Information in the Criterion's card
Tho Youug Hawalians' Institute
will meet at 7:30 this evening at
their hall, Foster block.
Thorn will be cars to Nuuauu and
Palatini from Independence Park
after the dance this evening.
Mrs. Lorenzun, wifo of Pilot Lor-rmi.-n
will return from Hilo ou the
steamer Kluau's next trip.
Ho Fon of tlio Chinose News hss
favored the Bulletin with a Chinese
cilotidar for I8'.I5- thn first to hand.
John Thomas Wntorhous-i is very
ill with malnrlnl fever, leiiig sn
poorly n to require constant attend
Lucas Bros, are building a house
for d. C. Alien ou liieiinrds htre"t,
for which a Icmo will bo roaJy ou
Captain Ahlborn. late of Hono
kaa, Hawaii, will leave by the S. S.
Australia to-morrow to spend his
Christmas ou the Coast.
Superintendent Cassidy says tlio
lower goinir up on tho Mutual Tele
phono Co.'s bnlldiug will carry all
the telephone wires Honolulu will
want for mauy years.
(J. ft. Harrison, practical piano
.Hid organ maker and timer, can fur
nish best factory references. Ordor
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
tOinr.iutood to he the Mine done
Having purchased largely at a
late credit sale. I am now enabled
to sell goods cheaper than any other
retail store iu town. All kinds of
Dress Goods will be sold at auction
prices for cii'-h. Sale commotming
Monday, Nor. V'tlth. M. S. Lr.vr.
Looking toword the railway sta
tion tit 1():,'H) to-day, the end of the
view on King street was closed with
a rainbow olfoct. It was ono of
those phenomena, not uncommon iu
tiiis laud of rainbows, such as a
youngster lately described as "a
rainbow fell down,"
?r. J. Baker
North t'embroka, Man.
After the Grip
Relief from Hood's Sarsaparltla
Wonderful and Permanent.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mim.t
"I had kidney trouble an I srtere prvlni la
my back, which rras brought about by a cold
contracted while In camp ut t.liindeld In lusi.
T have been troubled more or lcs since that
tlmo and hitte been uniblc to do nuy heavy
work, much les any lifting. I rorclted only
temporary relief from medicine. Last spring
1 bad an attack ot tlio grip, which left me with
A Bad Cough, Very Weak
r&)itcally, In fact my system was completely
run down. I tried a bottle of Hood's HaMa
rllla and It made me frol so much better that t
continued taking It. nnd have taken six bottles.
It has done wonders fr me. ns I hato not been
to (reo from my old pains nnd troubles since the
war. 1 consider Hood's tUrsaptrllln a Uod-seht
'blcsstmctotliesufU'ihij:." William J. uakkh,
North Pembroke, Mass.
Hood's Pills "life OmMll'.itlmi by rector.
Hobron Drug Co., Id.,
Bole A Rents for the Krpuhllr of Hnwnll,
To Plantation Managers.
FOR STEALING GOLD COIN.
Arreot of ft Chinese Boy With a
A young Chinese boy uarned
Apntin was arrested by Detective
L'trseu this ofteruoou for the lar
ceny of $10 iu gold, the property of
his employer. If provetl guilty, this
is lliu third time the boy stole
money. The first time he took sixty
live cents, the uext a little larger
sum, and finally, it is charged, this
gold. When searched at the ntatiou
three dollars iu silver were found ou
his peisou. The boy expUiued iu
answer to inquiries that his father
gave him the money. His father on
being keen stated that he did not
give the money. The boy's room
was searched and $10 lu goltl and
MO iu silver were found. Tho re
mainder of the mouey had been
speut by the boy. The detectives
lielieve mat Apana Is conneeteu witu
a gang of thieves. There is any
amount of thieving going ou in and
about, town those days, aud the
detectives have a hard time keeping
track of tho many reports.
SUIT FOK A WHEEL.
It is Sold for Cash aud Ihon Taken
from the Buyer
Heuben A. Dexter has brought
a civil suit against W. G. Woolen,
local agent of the Kamblor Machine
Co. It in for the recovery of a Kam
blor racing machine valued at $120.
Tho bicycle was brought here from
San Francisco by II, Terrill, who
was authorized to sell it here if he
could. Just before leaving ou the
bark Aiber', Teiritl sold the wheel
to Dexter, tho latter getting a re
ceipt for the price. Wooten in tho
meantime received a letter from
Varuey A: Co. of Sau Francisco,
authorizing him to take charge of
the machine and try to sell it.
Wooten called ou Dexter and took
the machine, hence the replevin suit.
It is understood, however, that
nothing will be done until an answer
is received from the Coast. If Ter
rill turns over the moiioy and the
agoutri are satisfied, the wheel will
be returned to Dexter.
Id Time Chilly Mornings
the thoughts of the householder
are directod towards fuel as a
means of keeping warm. To
get tho right quality at the
right price is the mattor to bo
considered. There's lots and
lots of wood for sale, but to get
what is best for the money is
We contend and wo believe
we are right in our judgment,
that tho wood we deliver to our
patrons is tho bent over olTorcd
for sale in Honolulu. Our
algoroba is full growth and
bos more body to it than that
grown anywhere ou the Islands.
Our wood choppers know a
good thing when they see it,
and in cutting they select only
what they know to be gootl to
use. We never deliver any ex
cept what is good. You lake
no chances whatever when you
telephone us au order for wood.
You get just as good as if vou
came to the ranch and selected
The following letters received from Ar. Jno. A. Scott, An;i
ager Hilo Sugar Co., refer to the Aveky Fertilizer Distribu
tors and Stubble Diggers, for which the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. are sole agents. Atr. 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
in the letter published herewith:
Pepeekko, Aug. 8, 181)1.
J. A. Scott,
lhar Sit: In reply to yours iu relation to tho "Avery" Stubble Diggers
and Fertili.er Distributors.
I would s.) that 1 have been using the Diggers almost constantly since
1 received(them, and am highly pleased with tliein, As the name signifies,
I find them specially adapted to the work of loosening tho soil about rat
toon stools, aud they may bo used to great advantage either before or
niter lliu fertilizer JJiMrimuor, tlierooy pulling the ratloou fields iu the
very best condition for a rapiil growth. They are a light draft machine,
anil I would recommend them to any plantation owner.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saving machine, aud 1 find
that 1 shall need one more to fill our requirements here.
1 remain, yours respectfully,
(Signed) H. Dmcov,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Wainaku, Hilo, Aug. , 1891.
Mn. 13. It. Henuhv, Honolulu.
Dfur Sir. lu reply to your enquiries regarding tho working of the
"Avery" Stubble Diggers and Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that I
have been using the Diggers for some mouths and have dug some eight
hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly loosening the soil in and
about the roots, thus giving thorn anoxcollont opportunity for many more
shoots to come forth than usually do. And I hud that there is a thicker
stand of cane where it has been stubble dug. The machine works in fer
tilizers on rattoon stools without any further haud labor, mixing them
thoroughly with the soil aud allowing them to get lu the roots of the
The Fertilizer Distributors I have had at work for some time and I
have fertilizetl ab"tit four hundrod acres with them thus far and thev are
doing all tho makers claim for them, distributing the f..nili..rs m an'eveii
manner ou each side of the cane and in whatever quantity desired. They
are a gootl labor saving machine aud aie doing tuu worn of set oral men.
These machines are of light draft and strongly made aud there is nothing
liable to get out of order. I can fully recommend these to plantation
owners. 1 remain, yours trulv,
(Signed) Jons 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 necessaiy 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.,
ipss in. $07 Fort Street, Honolulu.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
JUST OPENED AT
INT. 3. SACHS'
620 Firt Stro?i, : : Honolulu.
Si i kolines ! Silkolines !
A n I'letr.int ' rtmctit In Figured nnd Solid Colors.
A new as ortnitnt of H.itUi Mid Si-tin-EdjiP lllhhons, vre'ty odd shades for Farcy Work.
NEW STAMPED GOODS !
t'ois. stltij: of Htainttd It bs Ten CI tbs.
Trav (.'loth, Side Hoard 8'arfs, 8.lnslicr, DoylUs, Etc.
Fancy Figured aM Solid Color Crapes
In Light Hint-, l'nk, l.rgliorn, Crvani, Livriide' and Cardl"l.
Cardinal Cotton Duck. White Matting Cloth,
Jiit the thlm; for J.'d'ps Costumes.
NEW FALL WORSTED DRESS GOODS!
In tlir- IsttMt l'in'il and Ht'lrics, and a full assortment of
SOMD COLOR WOKSTKI) DUFSS GOODS!
In alt i he latest elmdes.
LAMBS' COUiMN. &i wm
ktfjfyi (Wr.-W issHsv
wnrilri, Tlht ;.:. :'jr., J'TwTBsfisMkj,
ot our Mock nnd lwJBami.k'fiKry
A Strong Horse
18 TUB KK3ULT OK U.HIMi
OOOD FBED ....
A FRESH SUl'i'LY
Hay and drain
Just Arrived 't 'H. U. Wilder,'
CAM. AND riKK UH.
CALIFORNIA FKKD GO,
Corner ijnren ,V tnintiiii riu,
Horn Tkmumionkh 121.
Pri paring for Christmas,
Mrs. Jioartluinu's "Ka Matin" Rtottk
ia rntarly all sold anil anticipating a
Imavy (It'tiianil for (Jhriutinas kooiIb
shti orilertnl a line Hun of Fancy
Artinhia, ntc, tlioy will arrive on
tho nuxt Australia. Hur largo
ami I'otuiuotliotis lanai will Imj fittiul
up us a hhow room. All hor old
I'liHtomitrs ami the Honolulu peoolit
in general are invited to iuupput thin
uiaguluYinit utook of Christmas
Ouutrnl Union Pantoruto.
Ituv I) mgluH 1 Utiruuy, pastor of
the (Juiigrogntiomil ctlniroli nt An
tin, Mit.-H., in the iiian in view ly the
I'otiimiltuii of Ontral Union (Jhuruh
for thn pahtoratti. A vote will he
taki-n at a mwling of the uotigre
Kntiuii tif.M Wi'dnemlay evening,
Mr. Hurney In highly rin'ommenthitl
and hats a wife and one young elilhl.
At Williams' Studio are to he nmm
I'oitrnltH mi Wnti'h Diala, whioh he
ih making a apitdinlty of, Lantern
Slitlna for Iwluro by the net or
Right,'' expi'CHH the prcHcnt
"NVc hit lliu key note of hiic
ccHti when we lutiiichtMl out to
do liiiHiiii'SH on the (tuiek
Sales nml Mnall Prolit Ikih'h ;
goodrt Hell footer hihI we lire
enulili d o kee our stock full
of the v ry latest of every
thing to be hud ; the days
of shopworn goods are over
with us; its new styles and
patterns; new li e in hiiHiiehH,
which to you ninuis New
York, L ii''on and Paris
goods ut hut a slight advance
over New York, London and
Liris prices. As a pr.iciicnl
illustration, we are selling this
week, Madhas Cuutaixs for
S4 a pair. We have been
guilty of selling the very
same Curtains lor $7 a pan
simply because we forii'eiiy
churged the ruling Honolulu
Prices. Does not the men
tion of a cut like this otic con
vince you that (tuck Sales
and Small Profits is no tlciu
cion or snare? If it don't,
the Curtains will when you
look at them. The resigns
are beautiful, the colors arc
beautiful. Gi.ovks arc an
other t- ing we want to call
your attention to this win k.
1'IIA.MOIK i.OVKK white 1111-
drss'd kid gloves in eight,
sixteen, add twenty button
let gths si.cs are coinplt t .
JVrliap- you need -oinc II
ou do we stiggi'sl taking .1
look it ours. The (ii.ovks
are tJtift Riy;lit, ti e I'rici s arc
ilust Right. i
BZST Only tlucc weeks;
now, to accumulate tickets ,
for the Volcano trip you i
may be th lucky one.
ii mu CLASS
fnun all tbe l VI br.t'd
Fiictirlus In tbe United
IMl'OhTKUS, WIIOI.EBAI.K. AND ItKTAII, DKAI.KUU IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Stroots.
If you are in need of HAYT and
GRAIN" for your a. and
liiug up Teleph lies
deliver to all parts of
Union Feed Co..
618 Fort Street.
n December 1, 18!) I, we wi
Temple of Fashion
u. F. kuliors & CO.
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
TliuH:iliu Hiimt-iiiiii dnr iik tlio KNTIItK MONTH OF DF.I KM
IH.lt, lliu lli'iida 10 be ill ns-'d til cini.lit uf
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Boots, Shoos and Gout's Furnishing Goods,
An liuiiii'iiou Aurirlmt'iit nt TOYS hOll (JlllllHTMAH .
LA. Gr. BILVA, Proprietor.
And at All Times
KIIH3S, ROOT BH1H1R.
IS A IIO.MKMADK AND IIOMBMAKINU I1KVKUAGE.
It ii very lmiiIv pri'ii.trcd, uml l( the pluhi iliructiona are
folliiw't'il, it will idwtiyr- ho pMnl. Kvcry mumher of thi family,
from the Imhy in llio criiiiilfiithur, cmi t'lijny UlitKri' Root Ukkk,
ami ovrry miu id Ilium will have hotter health for uuuh hwuIIow
they lake, ll improved the appetite, ptirilh'H tho hlood, and
tune- llie wln.li' cvMeiu. Cliililreii erpeeiully delight in HlltKH'
Itoor IIcku lt ptep.irution ititi-rctt tliem, ami itit tine iIih'u
them kim.iI. In tluiitMiid of Immen, "Uiiikh' Root Hkkk that
mot her made," will he aiming the liappiert recollectiono of
uhililhiMHl It eleaiiHCh the ryntem of the puiMimiini humors that
ihvelnp in kidney and urinary dUeiiM.', and in fact, in any case
tli.it arif- fioin an impure etate of the lilixil.
I trt itifily uii-liTrtiiinl 1 1 iitKH Itoor Hkkk in without adulte
latiou or any ehemieal orurlilie al ailmixture we prove it it U
made lu our open Laboratory. NitM-erel proeei. We takn the
ln-t lleili ami Kootif, hoil them down, bottle them uml (.end
them In you, l'crlitip-i there irn't another Itoot lleer Labora
tory in lie eoiiuliy open to public "ye. Kveryhody known 1 1 nt kh
Itmn lli:i:n eheiniealri can't uppmaeh ti.ilure. Will yon use.
natinal It ot lleer ami catUfy your thirrt ami hlreiillieu yout
ImmIv, or will you tii-e artilleial Rout lleer to nave a few penuien
and ruin your health? There is leu tinny uh much Hums' Root
1)i:hii Mild than all other Root lleer extract combined.
. . . Who'essile Druggists
IldllltO.V Dltl'U CuMI'AXV
IIknsox, Smith As C.miaxy..
IliiLLirKR Ditrti Comi'axv, Ltd.. . . '
Lkwis it CJomi'axv Grocers
National Cane Shredder
I'ATENTKD L'XDKR THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
i yc j' , v:
.AM'-TJZ; .. i A. i Vi.-
I' A - ' ffv -w.H W. I
Mr. .Kihii A Seott, Miu.iK'ii of the Hilo Sujj.ir Ooinpauy, nivcu tho follow
hiK woiiih'iful iieoril ot the working of the NATIONAL UANE HHRKD
DER, which wan erected by iheir workn at tho ciininienct'inoiit of tho crop
"Dtirinj; the p,it week the lido Sun.ir Oouipany's mill exceeded any of
iIk foinuir record by th.-inn uie I -'.' hour i;riuiliii; with an output of HOOJ
lour.. Thin in fully III peieuu more than llm bent work of former warn.
"Tim tlueo roller mill bcniK -2i in. by Til in. ami the two rollur'inill 110 In.
by lilt in. llieliirt mill ib.inj; ihix aiiiouut of woik iu an etliclent manner
and with great earn, compared with woik ou whole catiu, owing to thorough
prupaiatioii of tue eaue I.) the Natiim.il Uaiiu Shredder, leceutly erected hy
" And hy Un iim- the eMraetum b ih licen increaned fnun II percent to 5 per
ceul on all kimh it lane, .mil ii' mie i'um'i. M) peiceiit liati ht'uit reached;
the itc lagu beiiii; 7i In 7h p lei ut, ai cording to tii,ility.
"1 continue in llud tho megann f mni ehreddeil canu better fuel than from
" I In- fhn Id-r liit If en w. .iking day ami night fur .uvrni immtlm uml Iihh
given m. eniin rati. action, having .lircdiled during thai lime uhutil novouty
thouraml Ioiik ol cam , ami a large p.ui of it b.-lng hard riktooim,
" 1 he nhreddi-r ami eiiiiu- n ipure very little euro or attention,"
JLVI'I'iim ami npi'cilleiuion. ol llircu Slmddern may Iiukuuii nt tho olllco ot
WM. O. IRWIN CO., LU,