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SATUHDAY, DEC 8, 1894
SATI'RIUY, 1'l'C 8.
Sttur Mukolll from Mnttl. Itinnl ami Molo-
Stmr hvnlmil from Kniinl
8ATfniiAT, Doc. 8.
S 8 Auslrnll.1, llutulit c, f..r Sin K nil
ci'iii At 12 noon
Vosaols Iionvlng Monday.
Stmr Kinulii.ti for Wnlanne, Wnlnlim, Kn-
Imkii mil IMniiluil it II a tu
Stmr Minn for Molokui
OnrcoHH from Island Ports.
Sliitr hvulnu Wii bans rtignr Mid G'J bdls
rrntii Kiiul, xr sluir Iwnlnnl, )eo 8
Ami MrrW-r Mrs II ImmiIktb MIi- J Me
Uuuitit, Mm II Hulimid, Miss Mist, J
I'lnrlc, 0 II I'nrr. r, Mis C Ucrtx nml 12
Tor Hsn Francisco, jwr 8 N Autritlln,
Dho a Caplnln Aliliiorn, l'rlnco il'Aiiri-n-IxTitanil
vulvt, Itnll llon'liitrovlnck, Mrs I
It Ili-rrinnM. V II I'ornwcll, Miss iltiriiinn,
A lUns, Miss lie. in M linini. 8 Miwtiln,
I'nptnln V Mntaun, N Oliuiiult, Captain J I
W I'nili, t!aiitnln i Plt-rco'i, Miss m vein, I
MUs V 8tevcti. Mrs M M Tlilr.U M M i
Ttii'kir, ItuitlK'ii Tiit'k. r, Mts Holla la
Ml-s II Connn, Miss A Wiilt-tiiitlili.
Tho t"nim'i .hours Miiki-c has Iicl-ii
Inycvl nl hmiiil liy rutltili u-ntlu-r.
Tint l.nrk llhililniul l.'glit will finish .II.
flniii:liit! iit-r (J. 8 iliivi-riiiiit-iil immI In a
Tliu McniiKT KumiiIioii will Irnvu fnr n
circuit. ol tin Irian, l nu Monday tiiurnhig
Tliu nilxcii HiptiMsl of tliu hark 0. II.
llr)nut huslk-rii litkt-ii out. It will lw itv
)lncrd 1 1) ii ii-w niiu.
Tim ulcaiiu-r Minn will take tho little
Meslm-r Mokolll's nnilit to Molokul on
Mundny next. Tliu Mokolll will uiiiii-rgu
(lUNIIA-ln llonoliiln, Doc.!, b'll.i.. the
wilu of Kriink I'ltiitin, n son
t.OOAL AlfD OKmEKAXi HKWB.
A cottago and lot near town is for
Truntoos of tho Queen's Hospital
will hold a meeting on Wednesday.
Dr. Goto arrived in town by the
Mokolii and will remain for two
Don't miss seeing the Kilohaua
Art Laguo's exhibition by electric
light this evening.
Captain Scott is growing Dun
drearys. They are about a month's
vrowtb now, so they Kay.
Frank Godfrey issuos a card as
general business agent, employment
agent, etc., which see elsewliero.
An ivory rulo has been found.
The owner can have tho samo by ai.
ptving at the Honolulu Iron Works
Ladies who havo fancy articles for
the Knwaiahno Church fair will
please send them to Mrs. Haalelea
early in the week.
A fine of i'2 imposed on a .South
Sea Islander for drunkenness was
tho only business douo in the Dis
trict Court this forenoon.
Dputy Collector of Taxes WVe
don gives noticoof all taxs imlng
now duo, and 10 percent to lie nddeu
to those not paid by tho loth inst.
A .Tnianeo con wt laborer was
brought ftotn Ewn phtuciticm llii
afternoon in a very sick condition.
Ho was taken to tho Police Station.
Tho large estate ou Hotel street
and Adams lane has been purchased
by .las. Stelner for $12,000. Tho
property takes in half of the block.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuunnu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 2ft and W)
cents per night; $1 aud $1.25 per
Deputy Mandial Drown left for
Hilo tiy tho steamer Kinau yesterday
afternoon. Ho will rusticate at the
Volcano, the chief attraction now
adays. Honolulu's "-100" havo lots of
heart. They each havo bought a
ticket for Wray Taylor's concert in
behalf of Christmas boxes for the
To Plantation Managers. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
JUST OI'KKRI) AT-
OA.VE AWAY Hit PARTNER.
Qllsoy Turns Evldouco Against the
Australia's Hocond Knuinuur.
The trial of Edward Gilsey for
the alleged smuggling of 180 tins of ,
opium has been set for Dec. 10 in
the District Court. Gllsoy is still in
jail, being unable to secure bail.
During his incarceration in tho Sta
tion Uiisey gave away an alleged
partner in tliu opium smuirilinu
scheme. The name lie gave was j.
W. Smith. Smith is n quarter
master ou the S. S. Australia. A
warrant was issued this moruiiiK and
six oilice'rs, including Captains Cat-'
torsou anil Scott, have been search
ing the steamer from stem to stern,
but nothing could be found of .1. W.
Smith at 11 o'clock. Through Oil
soy's confession it is uow believed
more strongly than ever that the
opium was lauded from the Ann- '
Smith had a light with another
man near the Pantheon Salt ou yes
terday evening. Smith used up his
opponent very badly. It was over
the opium aifair. Smith was to have
been charged with opium smuggling
and assault and battery if ho had
boon caught. He could not Im
located uud he is by this time far
out to sea. Smith will be discharged
ou arrival at Sau Francisco, and this
is considered by his friends sutli
Tho Mokolii had one blade of her
propeller broken aud another bout
while iu tho channel between Lauai
and Molnkai on Tuesday. Notwith
standing this crippled condition, the
Mokolii having fair wind made the
trip last night from Kauuakakai to
Honolulu in seven and a half hours.
She is to bo replaced ou the route
by the Lelma.
was a passenger by
Warriinoo for British Col-
the S. S. Warrim
uiubia. Only his most intimate
friends knew of his intending de
Messrs. Bruce ami Warring are
negotiating for the purchase of the
Dickson promises ou Deretania
street. It is said n big price will be
paitl for it.
Alex., Young, manager of the
Honolulu Iron Works, has received a
letter from the wife of tho late Jos
Kola thanking him for his charity iu
bearing tho funeral uxpeuses of tier
' late husband.
id tuner, can fur
G. ft. Harrison,
tiid oruait maker an
uish best factory reference1. Orders
left at Hawaiian Sows Co. will re
"iv prompt attention. All work
(uarnuteod to h ame lon
The Australia left for Sau Fran
cisco at noon to-day. Prof. Berger
aud his baud were at the wharf to
speed the good ship. "The Girl I
Left Behind Mo," and all those nice
little songs were played by the baud
II. G. Biart, who was for ten years
the practical jewuler for Won nor
Co., has opened a new place at 114
King street, corner Alakea street.
Watchmaking, souvenir spoons, and
jewelry of every description made on
There is a great variety of useful
articles mentioned iu the "Timely
Topics" of this week. Household
ers, tradesmen and planters will all
hit interested. Readers on tho ol her
Maui's all watch tliu Hawaiian Hard
ware Co.'s column.
Jfrs. Etltn I.ogrce
Wettcrljr, It. I.
Cnce I Was Blind
Now I Can See
Thanks to Hood's Sarsaparllla.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mnss.i
"I hate ludercd nm) tiling possible wit
sore eyes and headache, tho sores so set ere
that I was blind. I tried everything I heard
of without benefit, and went to the Ithode
Island ltojiijt.il, but found no relief there.
A friend toM mn of llmxl's H.irs.iparllU, so
Ibuuchtabotlloand Abox of Hood's rills.
With More Than Thanks
I nt everybody tu know that since I h.ive
been taking thest) incillclnrs, I have brnnno
ns well as rer. .My r)cs have ierfeiily
healed nml the he.11l.1rhu Is curr.l. From
my I'Muro )oii ran see the re Is nothing the
mnllrr Willi my.i-i-s tinw," Mils, l.l.tiA
I.OHIIKK, l'ottrr 1111. Wi'strrly, II. I.
Hood's Pills et'tc ti:iiiv.'a, sltk lira.l.ii lit.,
Indtizcstlon, biliousness. Bold by all drucgUU.
Hobron Drug Co., L'dM
Soir Agpnts for tin Hfmlilln of Unwell.
In Time Chilly Mornings
the thoughts of the housholder
are tlirected towards fuel ns a
tneaus of keeping warm. To
get the right quality at the
right price is the matter to be
considered. There's lots and
lots of wood for sale, but to get
what is best for the money is
Wo contend and we believe
we are right iu our judgment,
that the wood we deliver to our
patrons is the host over offered
for salo in Honolulu. Our
algoroba is full growth ami
has more body to it than that
grown anywhere on the Islands.
Our wood choppers know a
good thing when they see it,
aud iu cutting they select only
what they know to le gootl to
use. We never deliver any ex
cept what Is good. You take
no chances whatever when you
telephone us nu order for wood.
You got just as gootl as if you
came to the ranch and selected
Thk waialTe KvNOH.
The following letters received from Ar. Jno. A. Scott, Atana
ager 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 tiiese implements
at the Columbia Exhibition in Chicago, and was so favorably
' impressed with their appearance that he immediately ordered
i samples shipped to the Hilo Sugar Co. Ar. H. Deacon, Aana
1 ger for Pepeekeo Sugar Co., secured one each of these inple
i ments from Ar. Scott and expressed his satisfaction with them
1 in the letter published herewith:
Pepeekeo, Aug. 8, 1WH.
J. A. Scott,
Dtar Sir: In reply to yours iu relation to tho "Avery" Stubble Diggers
and Fertilizer Distributors.
1 would sav that I have beeu usiiia the Ditriers almost omistnnllv kiih-m
I I roceived.t hem, anil am highly pleased with them. As the name signifies,
, 1 find them specially adapted to the work of loosening the soil about rat
I toon stools, and thev nia bo used to great advantage either bvfore or
, after the Fertilizer Distributors, thereby putting the rattoou Holds in tho
very !ost condition for a rapid growth. They are a light draft machine,
. and I would recommend them to any plantation owner.
HM... U...1 !!.... rt!.i.:t...i j. - ........ 1. 1 It... 1 1 . I
uv r t'lim.ur jsimiiuiiiur in a Kroai lawur naving macuiiio, ami i mill
that 1 shall need one more to fill our requirements here.
1 remain, yours respectfully,
(Signed) H. Deacon,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
INT. . S -ATOMS'
620 Fort Stipol, : : Honolulu.
It. Hksdiiv, Honolulu.
fun iu reply to your
"Avery" Stubble Diggers and Fertilizer Distributors.
W.UXAKU, Hilo, Aug. , 185)1.
the workiuti of the
I would say that I
have boon using the Diggers for some mouths ami have dug some eight
nuuiireii acres oi stoois witu mom, iiiorougiuy loosening the soli in ami
about the roots, thus giving them nu excellent opportunity for many more
shoots to come forth than usually do. Aud I hud that there is a thicker
stand of rami where it has leon stubble dug. Tho machine works in fer
tilizers on rattoou stools without any furtiior hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with the soil and allowing them to get to the roots of tin
The Fertilizer Distributors 1 have had at work for some lime and I
have fertilized ahttt four hundred acres with thum thus far and they are
doing all the makers claim for them, distributing the fertilizers in an even
manner ou each side of tho cane and iu whatever quantity desired. They
are a good labor saving machine and are doing tue work of several men.
These machines are of light draft and strongly made anil there is nothing
liable to gel out of order. I can fully recommend thesu to plantation
owners. I remain, yours truly,
(Signed) John A. Scott,
Manager tlilo 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 ulid
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.,
iK.,iii. 307 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Si i kolines ! Silkolines !
An i'lrj;.'iiit rss rlniont In l-'Ipnrrd nml Solid Colors.
A new ns-orttiifUMif S-'iitln on I Hitln-Kdpn Klbbons.nrf'tyodd shades for Fsbcy Work.
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
Co isstlng of SIiiiiikmI Jlllis Tm CI th,
Trnr Chillis, Side Hoard Hcnrfs, Splasher, Doyllis, Etc.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
In Light ltlu, I'.iik, Leghorn, Cream, I.sveii'le' and Cardliil.
Cardinal Cotton Duck. White Matting Cloth,
Jnt thf thing for l.nlW Costumes.
NEW FALL WOKSTBD DRESS GOODS!
In the litest 1'inld mid 8t'lpfs, and a full es-ortincnt of
SOLID COLOR WOKSTBD DRf-SS GOODS!
In nil i lip latest tlindcs.
Having (jiiri'liasod larjroly at a
Into o rotl it salts I a" 'nv tiuahlwl
to Ht'll Koods nboapor than any othor
rtdall Htoro in town. All ktutls of
AM DrttHH Goods will Ihi sold at auction
Cvmamm UikHcA iiricf.s for cash. Salo I'oiiimtuicinp
MliUliy HUIat? Monday, Nor. 2(ttli. M. S. Lbvt.
C. J. Wainor Ml on tho S. S.
Australia on a busiuotH trip in run
unction with tho now brntvttry asso
ciation. I ,aso Mr. Wagtinr sue
roods iu -'.tu Francisco ho will ro-
ttiru ou u-tt samo stoamor. Othor-
IS THK KE.SIJII OK 1,'HIM.
HOOD KKKO ....
A FltESli SUl'l'l,
Hay and Grain
Jnst Arrived r "8. . WlliW."
CALL AND SKK US.
CALIFORNIA PEED GO
Uurner Qnimii f Niiiihiiii Hit.
Both Tki.kimionks 121.
BOKEB1EA.D FOR SAL,!:.
A COITAdi: AND l.t iT
Xjl for Milr niir 'own. lu-i
qulru at tlie lli'i.i i.tin ttlllre.
j . . iiro;
win wtf .1 procood to Soattloand
Tacoma autl rottiru by way of Van-
MOKE ROUGH DEALING.
Will thn Star Hay It ia Disloyalty
to Qivo tho Nuwsf
Anotlior cam of polico brutality
oci'urrod t lii aftornoou. A slightly
lipny rortu'ut-fo from Kalilu was
going up Fort stroot on horsoback
Ho whipputl his liorso ou tho faco
with u roiiu, whtui Ollicor Esjiinda
grabbt-d him aud dragged him o(T
thn horun to tho ground. Tho man
got ou again aud was rough ly
handlod a second time. lJy this tiuio
a utiiubur of inlluontiul tuoii bail
gathorotl and protostod against tho
arr.'M, us thu man was not drunk.
I'ho 1'iirtiiguosi was allowed to go
thiti to be
Nice Things for the Table !
ASK YOUR GROCIiK FOR
This Brand will nlways bo found Rahabh and Good Vuluo.
FUANIv . IMiTiflUSOX & CO., Agimtn.
Those umii! words, 4,.lubt
Right," express the present
condition of our Mock mid
We hit the key note of sne
eess when we lannehed out to
do hnsiness on the (tuiek
Sales iiml Mniill 1'rolit banis ;
goods sell fuhter nd we are
fiuibli tl ( keep our stock full
ot the v rv latest ot evcry-
had ; the days
goods are over
with ns; its new styles and
patterns; new li e iu nip-inchs,
which to you means iScw
ork, Ij n 'on and Paris
goods at but a slight advance
over Xew York, London and
Paris prices. As a praciiciil
ilhihtration, we are selling this
week, MADitAri Cuutaix's for
1 a pair. We have been
guilty of selling the very
same Cithtains tor $7 a piur
simply because we forn erly
charged I he ruling Honolulu
Prices. Dues not the' men
tion ol a cut Iikc tins one con
vince you that Quick Sales
and Small Profits is no dclu-
fiou or snare V If it d-nft,
the Cuutains will when you
look at them. The resigns
are beautiful, the colois art;
beautiful. Gi.ovks arc an
other t ing we want to call
your attention to this week.
t'HA.MDIS i.OVKS While llll-
drisst-d kid gloves in eight,
six1 ecu, a id twenty button
let gths sizes are couipl. t .
Pci'lmp you need Mime. If
ou down suggtht taking a
look t ours. The (Ji.ovks
are ilin-t Right, ti e I'ricis ure
f I ust Right.
fcCT Only three weeks
uow, to accumulate tickets
for the Volcano trip you
may be thu lucky one.
II IUI1 CLASS
fiiu nil tho l'-. hrtrd
Kiti'torifM In tho Unlt'-d
I.Ml'Ol.TKltK, WIIOI.KHAI.K AND KKTAll. IlKAI.KUH IS
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOLLISTBR &c OO
Cor. Fort and Morohant Stroots.
Jf you are in need of NAY
GRAIX for your
up Teleph nes
deliver to all parts of
Union Feed Co.,
Temple of Fashion
SI E'en Street
Ou December I, 1801. we will I
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tho ri.ili. will i' iiiinnii ilnriiB tln KM'llli: MOSTII OK IIKt KM
lll'.ll. 'I III' (Ioim IU 1U lll04"d tlf, t'OII Ut of
U. P. HllUflUS & CO.
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Duuts, Shoos and Gout's FurulsuiUK Goods.
. All liuno'lfi! AsmirlmiMit uf TOYS FOK Oil It I H I'M AH mt
la., O. 8ILVA, Froprisitor.
And at All Times
. . r .H I
tsr- ' .sssssK-
HIPLES ROOT BH3H1R,.
Tl' IS A HOMKMADi: AND 1IO.MKMAK1NU IlKVKHAdE.
It ih very o.islly iii-i.tril, ami if tliu iilnln tliruclion nro
fiilluivcil, it will nhviivn lio KtJtiil. Kvery iikiiiIict of tliu fmnlly,
fniiii tilt. d.iliy C) tin Kniiulfitllicr, cmi fiijoy Hihkh' Jtoor Dkkk,
ami i-vt'iy uiii uf tliuin will Imvv ludtrr licallli fur uiicli owiilluw
tlii'V tnku. It improvi-H tin uiiin'tittt, piirilifa tliu lilootl, mid
tniii- tln wliiilf r.wtfiu. (')iiltlii'ii iit'cliilly ilclight in Hiiiks'
lttmr lii:i:ii lip iii'p:iriitiiin inn rtt tlii'iu, nml iu umj iloos
llll'lll KihmI. Ill tlKMInilllllK uf llllllH'B, "UlllKn' KOOT HKKH tllllt
imillitT iiutili'," will tut among tho liiipmi!-' rci'Dlleuliiiim uf
t'llllillliMitl It I'lrilllst tliu rJU'lll ill tilt1 iMiiMillntlH llllllllirH tlllll
tli'Vt'Kip in kiilni'V nml iiiinuiy iUm-im', it ut 1 in fact, in any cuko
th.it nriM'H fimii .hi iiiiinif r-iiilf uf tliu liltit.il.
DiMiiii'lly uinliTxtiiinl IIiiikh' Uhut Hkcii id witlmut mlnlie
ration or .my t-lit'inlt'.il nr urlillcil atlinixliiri' we prove it it U
iiiiult' in onr npi'ii l.alioralory. No n'crrt proi'i'tii. Wo uko tins
licet II ci li.-. nml UcmiU, lioil llii'iii iliiwn, liottlit tlit'in nml M'utl
tlicin In yon. IVrliap tin re ipn't atiothcr Itoot llcer Lalioru
tury intlnionntiy opi'ii to pnlilii' '!. KviTjiiotly known Hihkh'
Until IIki'.i; clicinicali. can't approach iiuturii. Will you iihu
iiainrnl It. ml Itccr ami Mitihfy your third sunl etrcnlhun ynui
hoily, or will yon iim artificial Knot llccr to nave a few piMinicH
iintl ruin your In .ihh? There i ten tinny iih iniich Hums' Hoot
IIkkii miIiI Ih. hi all othur Uoul Ihcr extract coinliinuil.
IIoilltON DltlJtJ Cti.MPANV. . . .
Rknson, Smith & Company.
fIoi.i.iKn:n Diirtj Company, Ltd....
Lkwis & Company
. . ."NVholesule Druggists
National Cane Shredder
l'ATENTi:i) UNDER HIE I.AW.S OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. .Mm A. Scott, Mmi.ip-i of tho Hilo .Sugar Coinpiuiy, nivuu tho follow
ing wontlirfiil itror.l of the working of thu NATIONAL CANE HliitED
DEIt, Hliu-li w.ihfii'i'ttil ly llioir work at thu uoiiiniuiiuuiiiunt of tho crop
Jllel llai'Mrlcil :
"During tin- ..im wed: tin- Ihlo Sugar Ctiiiip.iiiy'd mill cxccutlutl any of
itc fin hut n-finU ly rinsing the PJ.'i huiirs griiuling with an ouiputof aOOJ
lone. Thn- i fully III p.tci ut niurn than tlie hcet wmk of forniiT yonra.
"Thu iliri'u r ;IUi mill heiug 'Hi in. hy 51 in. ami (he, two roller mill 110 in.
I') ''0 in. I In-fuel mill lining tin,, .unounl of work iu an elltciunt niunner
anil with great cum-, roiiip.iiiil nilh work on whole euiiu, owing to thtirougli
preparation of I lie cm l- ihe National O.inu .Shrcilik-r, ii-ci-ntly erectctl hy
" Ami h it iim- the I'Miartioii lias lu-eii iucri'iiM-il fnnii ii puret-ut to 5 pur
ti'il on all r: 1 1 1 . 1 - I , t,,i . .ttiil ii- p .mi e.iM-B bU pou-i-nt hail hcou micht'il ;
the .iMiagti I11-1114 7.i ! 7n n rci m, at-cnnling In tii.ilily.
" I i-oHiiiiue to lluil tin- iii.g.n. fioin hha-tlihil t-unu hotter fuol than from
" I In rhrnlili t ha-1, in umkiug tlay ami night for uvtu uioutlin ami Iiuh
M" '"", "iiiemiii'll, ll.nillg euri'lllU'll IlliriUg lllllt UlllO IlliOllt bOVOIItV
IhiiiiMiiil tmiK of cane, ami n l.ugi- part of il hi ing hard rutnoint.
"Thu rhietlilur anil cumin- nolllln Vi-iv tlllle i-um m- .nl.u.il..,. o
mt-i, i ..." . .".. ".."":
I laua miiii tptiuilliMlUlllB ol tllUt-U Mlll-lltli'M llllty llO boon 111 tllO lltllft) ut
WM. . IRWIN & CO., L'd.,