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MONO AY, DEC 10, 18M
mr Miknliala friiui Knunl
. iirL'Ininlliic from Maul
mr Klliiiicn Hon fmin Hawaii
i.r Jntiios Maker Iriiin Knunl
M siiv. !). lu.
i'linr Krnulmti for Wtilniinr, Wulalim, Kn-
tiul't an I I'timtl-iii ntim in
Hilar U'liua fur Molokn
tftinr IwiiUttl for X .wlllwlll, Wnln u.i ami
Knknlin nt I i m
Sttiir JmMnkt-e for KnpfMflt I )i m
Vo8o1b Loitvlnu 1'o-tnorrnw.
Kltnr Olaiiilliit- for ports on Maul nt A p in
Htinr .MlkaliHlu for Kuanl nt ft u in
Stnir Klltuica Hun for Hawaii ut I in
Oar nous trotn Inland Portn.
Htmr Mlkr.Iintu -TOM Imgi niiunr, II In! 1 4
hide., 10 lMf5 r.i'C, mid Ij lik(5- sttli
ilne. Stmr (Jliiiiillno '.li'l tiiLM unr. W Imgt
taro, .lI'Mm. corn, fill Inn;?. ioiuUn's,
M hides, In 1 1 cud cnltlo, :U hogt, in
Kroin Knmtl per stmr Mlkulinln, Ih-cli
A 8 Wllrox, Or Atilt-ri, U It Kwuri, .M II
Fernaiules, J M Hllvu, Jlr .1 Kahiiin ami
boil, niul 1M deck.
Kroin Mnul portlier eiuiullne, Dee I)
11 apreckcln, II I' llnltlttln, Miia II J IMi'k
ton, Mrs J K le.epa, II W JJohml.lt, V A
Vellosun, K lloll iiiiiii, A Hln lulr, llrv II
Klliarn,.! V ISur.lr(tii, A l'nelmole. W 0
Aclil, W I. Wlloox, V V Aihlonl, Atl-n Kc
lllnol, MIm Ki'kololii, J .1 iirmnnioiul,
Mrs Vn Ulceu, ri Aliinl mill CO dec.
LOOAZ, AND OEKEBAX NKWB
Thore was nothing dono in tho '
higher courts to-day.
Tickets for tho concert at Kaurna
knpili church may bo had at tho
It. W. Holt gives warning against
trespassing on the Holt estate at
A yanlitiiig pirty wout down to
t'f-arl harbor yesterday, rotuitiliijr in
A cottage may 1)0 rented on ap
plication at tho furniture store,
Ring and Alnken btrootx.
Tirko's for the KawalMino fair
can he had at Thrum's and the 11 n
waiinu News (Jo.V stores.
It you want to know tho tWneyoe
Drown A: Kubey's advertiseineut.
They Into rubber stamp.
Allen Hutchinson has Mimed out
a tncdulliou in planter of President
Dole. It is true and lifelike.
tti. is the
To Plantation Managers.
Wet I n em I ay at 3:HO p.
of Oahu Col-
time fixed for laying tho corner stone
Tlic uliniiii'r WMiniiimlo Is clicni'il ply
IliK livlwi't'ti WiiUlim ami thW port.
Tint -cIiihiMit Mnrv IKxIkh lia llu ulit'il
din;liurnlliK. Hie will leave for Kiihnlui
to luail -near for Hnn KrnnrK'u.
The McmiilMial Polo In liulng domed pro
paralory to lifKimiltig active work noont
the inliiillo of iHvoniiM-r, when lliu grlmi
ItiK fpa-on on Knunl liciiti.
Tin) llrrliiali hnrk I'uul I-flllitTf,' will
llnl-li dlcliurnliii; l.i'r iiicri'iiunill-u in u
IcwilajH HIiuvnIII then ik-llv.r TiW tons
of coal. Tho I mil lhcnlivrg will luad with
siiKiir fur Hun KmiicImio,
M.tri'Altl.ANK-ln till-. Ity, D.ii. H.IH'I,
to tho wlff of llcot;v V. Muu'urluim, u
8hu' n Clour.
The torpedo destroyer Ardent, of
the liriliidi navy, made wonderful
apeed in her trial trip lately, in a
gale of wind. She tunde n mean
spHil ol zi knots an Hour, llie
rim was about equally divided with
and against the wind. o aint
anco was gained from the wind when
moving with it, theie then appear
ing to be n calm ou deck. Progress
in the opposite direction was groutl)
resisted, an tho feel of those on deck
were caused to slide by the force of
Tho Guard Out.
The Citizen' Uunrd was called
nut lat night mid a large number
occupied the l'ulico Station until .')
o'clock this morning, whu they dls
pcrsed. It was feared by (he
authorities that there would be au
uprising to rescue the prisoners
Hindi, Crick, Nawahi and Wood,
tivorjthiug was ipilet about town
to-day anil only in a few places were
groups of natives been discussing
tho arrests. Some of the National
baud boys were singing on Nutiauu
street during the noon hour.
Yon, in tuo Bullutin.
I.llllr llu IVfp,
tilin lol hor aiii'i'p,
lint sliu found Hum iiumn,
Wllliont worry or puln,
lly Hlniply udvrriUInk'.
Aud they were uot lleeced, either.
At Williams1 Studio are to be seen
Portraits on Watch Dial-., which he
is making a specialty of. Lanten.
Slides for lecture by the set or
of the academic hail
Don't forget about the fr.)ziu
oyster cocktails at the Merchants'
hitchauge, aud the cool and invigor
ating Enterprise boor.
Tho Doxtor-Wooton suit for tho
recovery of ,i Item'iler racinj, ma
chine will con o tii in Mi. i D strict
Court to-morrow afternoon.
Tho German bark Paul Isenberg
brought two thousand packages of
liquor from Germany, tho largest
importation for a long while.
There is tn bo a woman's branch
of tho Ancient Ordor of Foresters
started in Honolulu shortly. Enough
names have already been secured to
start a court.
J. P. Hovven, who has been com
mitted to tho Circuit Court for (rial
for arson, is out on $1000 bail fur
nished by H. lC. Mclutyre, T. H.
Murray and others.
Uwaia Napoleon inserted a small
glas in tho bottom of a surf boM to
lie used at the wreck of the Geo. N.
Wilcox. The gla.8 is for those in
the boat to look through and locate
James Mclueiiiy foil from a horse
hn was riding near the Waikiki bridge
vestontay afternoon and had a bone
in his right leg broken. He is liciug
cand for by M. Davis, Imiugasyet in
loo sore a condition to bo taken
Your choice of tho latest Imported
.lapHiii-se goods, due crockery and
lacquer ware at K. I'liruya'son IIoD'1
street, next to Ordway A: Porter's.
These goods were imported espncial
ly for the holiday trade and will be
sold cheap for cash.
Wilson, tho Hotel street bootblack,
is on the warpath again. 1I had a
warrant issued to day for the arrest
of Kaluakini, a native woman, for
the larceny of petticoats, holoku
aud other feminine apparel. Wilson
claims the articles as his property.
A penal summons wa served ou
loliu l'eter, salcmau in N. S. SicIih'
store. The complainant is Manuel
Peter, a young cousin of John's.
Manuel depose that the defendant
threatened to shoot him and he is
afraid of au offense being committed
All who de-ire to know the facts
concerning the founding of the
Christian Church A D. ill should at
tend the lecture at the Gospel Tent
to-night. This is the first of a series
of lectures ou the origin of the
Church, I lie Apostasy, the rise of
Itomau Catholicism, and the rise
and growth of Protestantism.
Andrew Ulsen, a sailor on the
British bark Glauivor, hat caused
the arrest of J. A. Joseph, cook ou
the vessel, for assault ou complain
ant with a deadly weapon. The two
hud au altercation this forenoon
which resulted in the cook iabbiiiir
Olcscu with a needle used in mend
ing sails. Oleseu's face wab scratch
ed iu two or three places.
Mra. Judge JEYcte
Mrs. Judge Peek Tells How
She Was Cured
Huffcrcr from Iypc'-.li. should read ttio fol
lowing tetter from Mm. II. M. 1'eck, wlfo ut
J nil lit) l'eck, n Jmtlco nt Trier, Cut, and a writer
connected with the Aocl.itotl I'reMt
"lly n deep iviHC of Kratlttido fur the treat
lieniTit I li cro riTi'Ucd from tlio tuo of flood's
fltri.ipnrlll.i, I liae ln-eti led to wrltii the follow
lint statement for tin lienvflt of uifTerrr who
tn.iy ho similarly nnilrtrd. I'or 13 )ear 1 have
been ureal smtcrcr from dyipepiU and
Almost rer thing 1 sto would distress me. I
tried illtlerent treatments and medicines, hut
fulled to renllo relief. Two years a;o ft friend
prevailed iihmi iiiu to try Hood's H.irsaiarllla.
lliu nrit tiottlo I noticed lienid me, so I eon
V. . i tnkliu: It. It illd inn so much Kood that
my friends ciKike of tho Imtirotemetit. 1 have
Ivccltred sucn ureal benefit fruin It that
Gladly Recommend It.
I now hare an excellent appellte ntid nothing t
i.,t tit distresses me. It ahu keeps up my
llesli mid nlrrrmtli. I cannot praln Hood's
H.irsap'trltt I ton nineh." Mils. II. M. l'ECK,
Ttae),Cillf(iriil,i. tiet IIOOIIH.
Hood'o Pi!l9 nro lmti m.ide, ntid erfect
tn pruHirtluii mid appearance. Uc. n boi.
Hotaron Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Appiils for tin lt,pttlllf' of Hawaii.
The following letters received from Ar. Jno. A. Scott, Aana
ajjer Hilo Sugar Co., refer to the Avery Fertilizer Distribu
tors and Stuuule Diggers, for which the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. are sole agents. Ar. Scott tirst saw these implements
i at the Columbia Exhibition in Chicago, and was so favorably
! .. . i ii it. . . .1 i I i t i i
miprascu wan tiieir appearance inai ne immeuiateiy oruereti
samples shipped to the Hilo Sugar Co. Ar. H. Deacon, Atana
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:
Pki'CLKKo, Aug. 8, IWII.
J. A. Scott,
Dnir Stt. In reply to yours iu relation to the "Avery" Stubble Diggers
aud Fertilizer Distributors.
1 would say that I have been using tho Diggers almost constantly since
I reeelvcd.thom, aud nut highly pleated with them. As the name signifies,
I find them specially adaptetl to the work of loosening the soil about rat
toou stools, and they tna bo used to groat advantage either before or
after the Fertilizer Distributors, theroby putting tho rattoon fields iu tho
very best condition for a rapid growth. They are a light draft machine,
atitl I would recommend thorn 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.
1 remain, yours respectfully,
(Signed) II. Deacon,
Mauagor for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
JL'.ST Ol'KNRI) AT-
INT. S. SACHS'
620 Fort Sti'ppt, : : Honolulu.
Oiiuini'iioin Saturday wo
Will KKKIMU'KX KVKNMNOS till
thi' Holiday tnulu is ovt-r
Wo have put olei'trie lihtH
into tho Ktoiv, and tiro ready
for tho vhhIi. From tiny to
day our buninour' inoroiiHOH.
NV inv kept moving from
morning till night; no' only
oursflvcH bin th-' goods nro;
what is Mio reason of it? It's
si m -ly this: We have boon
wliisporing words of economy ;
we have talked about jmli
oiotiH b yiug, until nt last yon
realize tat you oati really ob
tain li-'st-cluss goods of tin at
price-i you would pay for
shoddy goods cIm where. AVe
cad them tniuk Sale- and
-mall I'rolit I'rico. which
menu- in plain Mnglish that
there i no sueb tt'ing as jiHt
the sniio go ds for loss moii-
Mn. E. K. Hknuhv, Honolulu.
Waixaku, Hilo, Aug. , 18(J1.
Dear .Vir:lu reply to your enquiries regarding tho workiuir of tho
"Avery" Stubble Diggers aud Fortilizor Distributors. I would say that I
have been using the Diggers for some months and have ting some eight,
hundred acres of stools with thorn, thoroughly loosening tho soil in ami
about the roots, thus giving them anoxcollout opportunity for many more
shoots to come forth than usually do. Aud I find that thoro is a thicker
stand of cane where it has been stubble dug. Tho machine works in fer
tilizers on rattoon stools without any further hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with tho soil aud allowing them to get, to the roots of the
Tho Fortilizor Distributors I have had at work for tome lime aud 1
have fertilized ab-Mit four hundred acres with thorn thus far anil they are
doing all tho makers claim for them, distributing the furlibzurs in an'eveu
maimer on each side of the cano antl in whatever tiuautity desired. Tln.y
are a good labor saving machine ami are doing lUe work of several men.
l liese machines are oi light dralt ami strongly matte aud there is nothing
gel out of ordor.
1 can fully recommend these to plantation
1 remain, yours truly,
(Signed) John A. Scott,
.Manager lido Migar Co.
We received by the Alameda a carload of Avery & Sons' Im
plements which include Fertilizer Distributors, Stubble Diggers
and Improved Sugar Land Cultivators. 'I ho latter has 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.,
li.; m. $07 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Si i kolines ! Silkolines !
An elegant mv rttnrrit lu I'lipiretl and Solid Colors.
A Lew ni orttneiit of S.it'ii rn l HMln-KiU-e hlbhons,trftty odd shades tor Fatcy Work.
NEW STAMPED GOODS !
I'ousl-tliig of f-taiii,rt 15ib Tin Cl'tti,
'inv Cloths, Side Hoard Siarfs, 8tlalier, Doyllis, Ktc.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
lu Light Hint?. 1'ilik, l.puliorn, Crvfltii, Livpiider and Csrdlnsl.
Cardinal Cotton Duck. White Matting Cloth,
.lust tlm thlii) for l.dW Costumes.
NEW FALL WORSTED 33B.ES9 GOODS!
In the latft l'lnld find Bt'lpos, and a full assortment of
SOLID COLOR WORSTED DROSS GOODS!
In nil the Inti-st shades.
Dr. II. Mi'Kiubin iu a can I else
where denotes his new otllee ami of
fice hours. The MeKibbm Jiron.
have Hold their drugstore to the Hoi
litter Drug Co., ou aeuuuut of the
removal of A. MeKibhiu to Maui.
Dr. MeKilihlu will Mill vixit the old
Btaml professionally from 11:30 till 11
A Strong Horse
IS THE IIE.SPI.T OF DSINO
A FKKSI1 SUri'LY
Hay and Grain
Jnat Arrlvfd per "B. U. Wlldor."
OA1.L AND SKK US.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
I'nrner (;iihiii iV NtlUHtnt Kl.
AfTHR HIS BOOTS
Detective Larson Bollovoi Mou Are
Suokiug Hiu Dontructlon.
DntectivH Lariiuii has repurted to
Mamhal Uituhcoek that three for
eiguern are coimpiring to take hln
life. The detective did not axk for
any preeautiotiH to lie taken, as he
stated he felt able to cope with the
gang, lie was followed tlio other
evening, and he took the men on a
long spin. Finally he allowed one
of them to get up close, when he
asked him if he was following the
questiouer. The mail shook his head
and walked on. It is believed the
men want to get Larseu out of the
way so that one of thum can jump
into his boots. All are members of
the special poliee,
You leuli.i' It : ovt'ry-
ivnlix.i'.s .t", hi'iico ourin-
l'P JIHl'fl DIMMISH. tHKIIflOIH
litnurs, sluvwd luiyurH, ti ont'
that iippn-ciatt! the hest goods
for the li'iist inoiii'V, ii iv tit
onus y.iu siv i-nupping tin tin
now goudH as fast as thoy g
ou tlio counters. '1 hey are
the class of buyeis w are
week you will Hnd a
eiiuinu Haruaiu counter load
ed liOWII with CALICOS. tJINO
HAMS, OlttJAXIUi;S, COITtlS
CIIAI.I.IKS, SHAWLS, KTC,
110. ; come and look at them,
and if you d.n't think thoy
are the host goods for the
money, don't tiny them.
K.-fjr Have you counted up
the Sales Chocks you have i
ctivotl fioin ns yet?
35" ItrMKMItKIt, WO kt!0p
mien nights from Saturday,
Dec lfitli, till the Holidays
B. P. BI1LKKS Ai CO.
II KUI CLASS
from nil tlm '! Iir.i'tl
Kiirti'rlu In I lie I'liltnl
IMI'OKTKItH, WHOI.KSAI.K AND IIKTill, DKAI.KUS IS
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
KLZir.BBBBVX L Tl
DR. R MoKIBBIN.
pKHIHKNOK ASDOKl-'ifK: A' AKKA
1 V xtrui'l, ntixt ilceir tn Miisnulo Tiiitlt
(niiilkii) Mllo UuitrN: Uo-il ifiioi-from
8::ui nil lliini und II till I 'J .M.,und from 'J
ti I I. ami 7 I'll S r. u
t- VVI.I in t did at tliu Mitill-al Hull,
l'uri tttnul tol.l nllluH), I (im 0:Su llli 11 a.m.
Al.l.rKKHO.Ni AUK 1IKIIPIIV KOU
li tlilt n tn uIkmiI or iiiiiiihi mi lliu
Hun Kxtht', UMiict ut WiiIhIui. All;
iIIxiIihvIiiu tliU wiiniltiK will Im iriiicciili'il
to tlix ( II uaIoiiI ii( tliu law.
11. W HOI.T.
Ilniitillllil, llfi-. 10, IS'M I'US In
lOTiAdi: rou itKM',
J Kir i. v fnrn hliui. with
ilttHi')e-i I imiI; lluiitH nml
llitiu I'lim.i). .
Iliitlirooiii iir Hum. IIcIh.
i'to , (nr milii. I.DM- rmit.
Ooniur Klii); nml Ahikt-u titrt.
SPI ENDII) ASSOKTMENT
Japanese c: Goods!
Fancy CJoods of every description, 'Jents' Crepe Sliirt-,
yilk Shirts antl I 'nderwe r. tlaiidkcrehiefs, N'cckti"S mid
flap'inese Goods imported dir ct from .lapau, hoiighr lor
ca-h and can bo sold cheap for hat reason A carefully
selected htock of Lucipier Ware, coiiipiing sonic very
Dainty and Uiiiiptc Dishes. An iu-pcctioii invited.
Jf you are
iu need of
hi . i
tho city. -:
King up Toloph
deliver to all parts of
Union Feed Co.,
'. U. Itox '221. "KnliiiiHoii lllocli," Hotel Street.
Temple of Fashioc
510 ort Street
h Deccmher 1, 1H1M, we will hegin our
i ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tim Halo will cult iiiik ilur nn tlio KNTIKI'. MONTH OK lK ICM
I.I.K. 'I lit) tli'ii la i i liu ul osl o( niiiilut til
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Boots, Shoos antl Oont's Ftirnishinii Goods.
m- An liiiiiifii.ti Amiorlliii'lit el TOYS Hilt Cllltlbl'MAH mi
2&. O. 8ILVA, Proprietor.
And at All Times
(&.- --vi )
I-IIILfi:S, ROOT BEDEIR,.
Tl' IS A UOMICMADi: AND ItOMKMAKlNU HKVKHAaK.
J- It in very e.iplly irei.trvtl, unit it tlie iiluln tUreuliuim are
Iiillowt'il, it will lwnj lie p miiI. Kveiy memlieret the family,
fiuin the luliy t the uratiilfutliLT, can enjoy IIiiikm' Hoot Ukkk,
nml eveiy mm of them will Imve hotter henlth for each xwiilluw
tlicy take. It itnpriivert the iittite, lUirilliM the blmul, and
tuiu'f the whole cxieiu. (')iihlreii cm fiully delight in IIikkh'
IJtior IIki.ii llu iiH'i'iirutiiiii iuteri'htx tlieiu, 11 n tl itH lice iIuum
tllOIII K""l- I" llnMlMillulu (if llOUICH, "HlllKn' Hour IIkkh tlntt
ninthiT iiiiule," will he utii(iii); the lmiiierl ri'folluetioiiH of
I'hililhiKxl 1 1 1'k'iiiihCH the hyxtein of the jMiiMiiiiuiii htiinorn thai
h'whi in kiiliicy nml iiiiiiuty tlirf.tftH, unit iu fitut, in any eiifo
lint nrho fi in an iinpiiie xt.ite of the IiIimmI.
Dir-lhiftly tiiKhrnlanil lliucs' Ihior IIkkii i without ailiilte
ratitiu or niiy otictuic.il orarlilic.il admixture we piuve it it is
ninth' in our open l.ahiiratury. No MTrrt procettH, We take the
hcrl 1 1 fil i.i ami Koiiir, lioil tlii'in tlnwii, hottlo tlit'in antl mmhI
them to you. IVrliitiH tln-re Inn't another Hoot Deer Lahora
lory iu tin1 eoiiuliy open ! ptihliet-ye. Kveryhotly know Hums'
IttMit' IIi:i:ii clitinifiilH ean't approaeh nutiire. Will you tuo
natural IC-h1 lleer ami ml My your tliimt anil Htrciiclhen yout
liotly, or will you iim artiliei.il Knot lieur to cave a few penmen
ami ruin your liiahhT Thcie in leu timui' an much Hiukh' Hoot
ltKKIi rolil than all other Hoot lleer exlriU'tri coillhiuuil.
Iloimo.v Dhuu Comi'ANV Wholesale Druggists
Hknson, Smith fc Company ' "
FIou.ibTHii Wkvh 0( ..m'anv, Ltd.. . . "
Lkwis it Oomi'anv Grocers
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDKH THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. John A. Scott, MaunKcr of the Hilo SttKiir Company, nlves the follow
iiik wiiiiileifnl imutl of the workinj; of the NAt'IUNAL (JANE HHHED
DKIt, wliU'h w.m uiectcd hy their wurkh at the couuuuiu'ument of tho crop
"DuriiiK the pam weok tin. Ilito Sugar Ctunp.iny'H mill exeeeiled any of
ith former reconU hy eloMii the PJ.ri litiurs KriiuliiiK with uu output o( 3001
loiih. Tliih ii) fully 10 peieuiit more than the heat work of former yearn.
"Thtitluee roller mill hriuK 'Jtl in hy 51 in. ami the two roller mill 30 in.
hy Ml in. llictiici mill dom thin amount of work iu au ullicienl manner
ami with Krcal eii,e, coiup.ueil with work ou whole cane, owiuj; to thorough
preparation of tin. e.iue hy the National Dane Shredder, lecently erected by
"Ami hj it u-e the exti.ietion li.tr. heeu liu'rcimed from !l percent to 5 per
ci-iit mi all Ltiid- f eauc, ami ie .-.iiii euM-h bO percent Intu been readied;
Hie average heiin; T.'i to 7h petcut, aecordlUK to iniality,
"I coiiiiiiuo to I'm. I the nit;ii from nhrcdtled cane tiuttur fuel than from
" llu i-lirt-ttdi-r hii hi cu working day ami iiIkIiI for eeu mouthn aud Imtt
nieu me eniin i-iitix aelioii, having lircddcd during that time about avventy
llinii-aiiil toiin of cane, ami a larc.e part of it heiiij" lianl ratoons.
"The Hliiidder and euuiiie leuillie verv little eaiu or attniition "
Vl.l .. .-..
i laiib mm bii;iiiik itiunn oi llici-e Miiiililom tuny ho teen ut the olUco of
WM. O. IRWIN CO., L'd.,
a JtfftUi or tkt UwMm IHmUt,