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WEDNESDAY, DEC 12, 1891
Tuesday, 1)?c. II.
Blnir W U Hull from llnwnll and Mnul
O &) H 8 (H-caiiIu, Smith, from Han Fran
cisco Wkhmkhuay, Iu l'J.
Am fclir l.ytunti 1). Kotcr, lireycr, 40 day
from Nui'iillo, N 8 W
Stmr Jnmc Mnkcu from K.mai
Wf.iikfkuay, Dec. 12.
O .V O H 8 Oceanic, Smith, for Yokohama
and noncnonn at 4 i m
fitmr Jns Mnkec for Knmn at I i tn
fi'lir Kattlihm for Kmuuiknkni
OarRon from Island Port.
Sttnr Jas Mnkeo 1705 Ihom ulnar, '10 bgs
rlrn ami 017 hniia imfily.
8tmr V U Hall .VSJO Imiks sugar, AS1 bgi
From Hn Frituriiit-o per O A O 8 8
Oceanic Dec 'i hor Honolulu: Mis J C
llnrrlson, Mr 0 M Wmttin anil nm. II A
0 Yoiiiik. ntiil .1 In aleeraxc. l'or Yoko
hama! (kn J 0 Hinllli, Mist ll A
Htnitli. 0 M V llinms, O W (Iravatt, Alls
A Miller (stoiiovir;, Itev II F I. Krntiklln,
ItcvJ 11 Wllkln-on, Mrs VHkln-on ami :i
children, ! K Chnpiunn, Mrs ('Imtmiiin,
Mrs Sharp ami -on, Win Y Ia. MIsms
H-mk CJ, W 8 Wurilfn, Mr Wonlrn ami 1
children, K V Uenrno, Mr Aiulrows, Mrs
Andrews and son, Itw K A U'uvltt, Mrs
K A lOsvltt. Mrs Wllislow, llnlpli Imimo.
For llonckont;: Mrs K O Tnttlo, Mrs
For Yokolminu ami llottKkuni; ik.t 8 8
Ocennlo. !) IJ -0 A IVniwk. tltf Harri
son, Waller (' lliri, I) I, liosMan. lit Olil
iicse, ll wonu'ii and '.'I children, Si Jiipn
lnje and I women.
liml a new fore
The "trainer Kuala In
nnixt put In hur.
the steamers Olutiillnu unil
I'hu delay wits omiiik to
of frel;nt hleh had to
did not Kelnwit. yesterday evenlnj? until
Tliu hark Uharlus II. Kennuy, Onplalu
Anderson, arrived yesterday from ,Nauul
mo, II. ('. Hho was reK)rted to Im thr .So
lium at llnu I'hu hurls II. Ktimey
limdo the itssii;e I'l tlgliii'vii days.
SKAIIUUY-ln this city to the wlfu of J.
Seithiiry, Jr., u iluii liter
LEFKKS' OURISTM&S OliKKK
LOCJAI. AND OKXKBAL ITXWB.
It. I. Bowie is the now surgeon of
the S. S. Oceanic.
The S. S. Oceanic will leave for
the Orient at 4 o'clock this after
noon. J. J. Egati will keep his store open
nights henceforth for the holiday
Mr. Morgan will sell real estate
for the Bishop Estate nt 12 noon to
morrow. Several shocks of earthquake have
beuu felt at Knu, Hawaii, during the
J. F. Morgan will sell general
merchandise and a Gno lot of furni
L. Christ Al. L. Questoro was com
mitted for trial in tho District Court
to-day for forgery.
The Lei llima club will meet at
the Hawaiian Hotel to morrow even
iug at 7:80 o'clock.
Cement will be sold by Jas. F.
Morgan at the Pad fie Mail wharf at
10 a. m. to-mnrrow.
The S. S. Arawa will be due from
tho Colonies to morrow. She comes
in the Mouowai's stead.
The Pletner arson case was heinic
heard nt Lahaina when tho steamer
V. O. Hull left yesterday.
A lartfe ipmntil) of juicy K-ina
oranges wn brot jht ! tov.u by
the steamer W. G. Hall yesterday.
In his message to Congress Presi
dent Cleveland mentions Hawaii as
having a nw government estab
lished. Judge Perry has not rondered his
decision a. yet in the bicycle con
troversy between K. A. Dexter and
A battalion drill is on the tapis
for to-morrow eveniug on Palace
Square. Tiro Government band will
le iu nttendanro.
The KMohana Art League's exhi
bition will be open this evening, so
an to give everybody au opportunity
of seeing it by electrie light.
George Dawson, clerk at tho
Houuapo landing, Knu, Hawaii, was
married to Miss Bella Martin of
Waiohinu on Saturday, Dec. 1.
Mrs. E. O. Tuttle, wife of Purser
Tuttle of the S. S. Oceanic, is a
through passenger on that steamer.
She is ou her way to Hongkong.
Founder's - Day
Will he Celebrated at KAMF.HAMKHA
SCHOOL by the Opening of tho
KAMKBAMKLU GIRLS' SCHOOL
TUB ANNEX TO THE
Will beheld In the HIHHOl' HAl.l. (The
Manasl Be hoot) at 2 r. m., Dee ID.
Addresses by Mrs Haslelcs, and other-.
HI'OHTS In charge of the Hoys will Uk
place at 3)30 r M.
C- Inspect'on of llitlldlng- at OIKI.H'
bOliOOL. from 3 to I r. M. Tiie icnural
public are InvKcd. lJIO-td
To Plantation Managers.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
JUST Ol'ENED AT
Taylor' Ooncort Provoa tho Bucco
The Kaumakapili Church was
crowded to the doors at 7:!t0 o'clock
yesterday eveniug, the attraction be
ing the grand concert and stereopli
con lecture, tho proceeds from which
are to Ikj donated to tliu lepers'
Christmas. Wray Taylor, tho well
known orgnuist, had boon assiduous
iu his effort to make the affair a
musical feast, and it turuod out to be
a grand success. About $'li were
cleared by tho concert.
II. Kca da Silvn made his dobut
before a Honolulu public in a piano
solo. "Fantasio de Concerto, an
original compoxitiou. The rendition
ovidenced that Mr. Silva is a innster
of the instrument. Little Nellie
MoLonuan closed the musical part
of the program with "Aloha Oe,"
aaug very nicely.
'1 he reniuiudcr of the concert, by
well-known local talent, wan very
acceptable. Mr. Marstieu's store
opticon lecture was not the lonilou
joyable fenlureof the entertainment.
A Strong Horse
IS TIIE RESULT Or UMNO
A FRESH SUPPLY
- Hay and Grain
Just Arrived per "B. (I. Wllilrr."
CAM. AND SKK UK.
CALIFORNIA FEED Gil
l Virt.er (Jne-!! ,V Nii'iami ht-
IJotii Tklkimionks 121.
f. Mutual Telephone Co.
NOTICE TO 8UBS0HIUKR8.
XX of the (J. lupuny held tnhiihiy h wax
in'Knlved tlniton and a trr llm lira' d.i) ot
January Ib'i.'i, tliu rail's t the line of tele
phonlu liKtriiiiiiMiiH will h iih fnl ua:
I'rivale Kealilt'lii'UH, per iniilitli 'J
llllitliKks llounei unil Ullk'tn
Country Mm Iiiiih 7 do
I'ujahln iiiurtirly In udviuivo
J. V. HltOWN,
Hoiiohilu, Den. 1.', IblM. IJlO-lm
Tfie Government baud will give a
moonlight concert at Makeo Island
this evening. Prof. Bower's new
wall.,"Makco Island," will bo played.
Ily the steamer Oceanic N. S.
Sachs has just recelvod a lot of silks
iu.delicatu shades and fancy stripes
which will be sold for GO cents a
Chris. Oertz, having been released
from temporary ouibarrassmont, is
going to sell his entire stock of boots
ami xhoes at and Iwlow cost. If you
would have a good understanding,
call at his store.
Lebkuchen und Schauincoufoct
gerade wie in Deutschland und viele
audere schoeue suosse Sacheu fuer
Weihuachtuu liei Hart k Co. The
lilito Ice Cream Parlorsl
Founder's Day at Kamohameha
School will be celebrated appro
priately on the lOlhiust. The an
nex to the Hishop Museum will bo
thrown open for the first time that
II. Q. Uiart, who was for ten years
the practical jeweler for Wunuer Nj
Co., has opened n new place at 114
King street, corner Alakea street.
Watuhmakiug, souvenir spoons, and
jewelry of every description maduou
The passports of two Chiuese
were stopped by creditors this fore
uooti. They iiiteuded leaving ou
the S. S. Oceanic for China. The
debts which were nominal ones were
paid this afternoon and the two
Johns will leave this eveniug.
Wm. Fish, the man who was hurt
iu a collision at Moaualua last week
was up iu the District Court to-day
for driving a hack without a light.
Ho was found guilty and fiued $10.
Kish had no light ou the night of
the culliBioti with V. Court of the
S. S Australia.
Death of a Kamnalna
Joseph K-ulriek, aged !Ki yearB,
died this morning of old age at the
residence of his daughter, Mrs. H.
Lancaster, on Young street. He
ha been failiug for several years.
"Old Joe" as ho was familiarly
known by uearly all the old kama
ain an, has resid- d on these islands a
groat many years, and was formerly
iu tliu restaurant business, He was
a uutive of the East Indies.
This paper contains the announce
ment of rates to bechurged for tele
phoues from the begiuiiiug of the
new year Thoy aro $1 50 for resi
dences and Hi for business places
more each quarter than what has
until now been charged Ouly those
who used to have two instruments
will save $0" for busiuess houses and
fl HO for residences by the amalga
mation of the two companies.
ConimiMieiiitf Suttminy wi
Will KKKl' OPKN KVKXINOK till
tho Holiday tnulu i owr
Wo have put electric lihta
into the store, nnd uro ready
for the rush. From day to
day our business increases.
We are kept moving from
morning till night ; no' only
ourselves lut' the goods are ;
what is the reason of it V It's
siin.ily this: We have been
whispering words of economy ;
we have talked ab.nit judi
cious b yiug, until at last yon
realize t at you fan realty ob
tain llist-elass goods of us at
prices you would pay for
shoddy goods elsewhere. We
call them IJjttiuk bales and
Nnall Profit Prices, which
means in plain Nnglish that
there i- no such thing as just
the sume goods for less mon
ey. You ical'iKc it; every
body realizes it ; hence our in
ert used buciinsH. Judicious
buyers, shrewd buyers, tr.oso
that appreciate the best goods
for the least money, are the
ones you see mapping no the
new goods as last as tney go
on the counters. 'J hey are
the class of buyeis w ate
This week you will find a
vonuino Bargain counter load
ed down with calicos, uixis
HAMS, OlttiAXDIKS COTTON
CIIALLIKS, SHAWLS, KTC,
ktc. ; come and look at them,
and if you don't think they
are Hie befet goods lor the
money don't buy them.
Icfl Have you counted up
the Sales Checks you have rt
ceived from ns yet?
ggT Khmkmiiku, we keep
open nights from Saturday,
Dec 16th, till the Holidays
The following letters received from Ar. Jno. A. Scott, Aana
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 first saw these implements
at the Columbia Exhibition in Chicago, and was so favorably
impressed with their appearance that lie immediately ordered
samples shipped to the Hilo Sugar Co. Ar. H. Deacon, AVana
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:
Pepekkeo, Aug. 8, Mil.
J. A. Scott,
Dear Sir. In reply to yours iu relation to the "Avery" Stubble Diggers
and Fertilizer Distributors.
I would say that I have boon usiug the Diggers almost constantly since
I roceivetLthetu, and am highly pleased with them. As the name signifies,
I find them specially adapted to the work of loosening the soil about rat
toon stools, and they may be used to great advantage either beforo or
after tho Fertilizer Distributors, theroby putting tho rattoou fields iu tho
very best condition for a rapid growth. They are a light draft machine,
and l would recommend tiiotn to any plantation owner.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a Kreat labor savins machine, and I find
that I shall ueed one more to fill our requirements horo.
I remain, yours respoctfully,
(Signed) 11. Deacon,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Waixaku, Hilo, Aug. I), lH'Jl.
Mn. 12. II. Hendry, Honolulu.
Drnr Sin r Its reply to your enquiries regarding tho working of tho
"Avery" Stubble Diggers and Fertilizer Distributors. I would' say that I
have been using the Diggers for somo months and have dug some eight
hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly loosening the soil in and
about the roots, thus giving them an excellent opportunity for many more
shoots to come forth than usually do. And I find that there is a thicker
stand of cane where it has been stubble dug. The machino works in fer
tilizers on rattoou stools without any further hand labor, mixing thorn
thoroughly with the soil and allowing them to got to the roots of the
The Fertilizer Distributors I have had at work for some time and I
have fertilized alvmt four hundred acres with them tlius far ami they are
doing all the makers claim for them, distributing the fertilizers in an even
manner ou each sido of tho cane and in whatever quantity desired. Thoy
are a good laltor saving machine and are doing tno work of s?oial men.
Thoso machines are of light draft and strongly made and there Is nothing
liable to get out of order. I can fully recommend these to plantation
owners. I remain, yours truly,
(.Signed) dons A. hcoTT,
Manager Hilo bugr Co.
We received by (he Alameda a carload of Avery & Sons' Im
plements which include Fertilizer Distributors, Stubble Digger
and Improved Sugar Land Cultivators. "1 he 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
1 1 lb HAWAIIAN IIAKUWAKb CU.,
07 Fort Street, Honolulu.
1ST. S. SACHS'
620 Fort Strooi, : : Honolulu.
Si i kolines ! Silkolines !
An (Irgnnt n'l-rtmcnt Iu l'l(?iircil nnd Solid Colors.
A new Hs.ortmi?!it of fe.iiln an 1 tliiKili;p UlliWis, w'tyodd shades for Fancy Work.
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
CuuslttttiKof PIsIiimmI H.bi Ten Cliths,
Trsf Cloths, HIiIk l)urd Srarfa, Btdimiiers, DoylUs, Ktc.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
In Light Dine, f'.uk, I.enlnirn, Crt-niu, Lavender and Cardinal.
Cardinal Cotton Duck White Matting Cloth,
Jiut the ililnc for LaiVri' Coslumes.
NEW FAXil WORSTED DRESS GOODS I
In the 1 teit l'lnlit and Btlcs, and a full assortment ot
SOLID COLOR WORSTED DRKSS GOODS!
In all the latent flmdos.
And at All Times
IllKUIillY Koltllll) ANY AM) ALL
IMirMiiitf from liunlliiK' or pilin; iioii
my iiroiitiriy known u I'nulo.i, llirli-t of
Kwii.OmIiii. .1. I. DUWM'.IT
Honolulu, Nov. -'7, I bit I ll!H-'Jn
11IAVK T1I1H DAY, hy hiiIiiI i.owit
of attoriH'y, iiiH)lntMlmy miii, llilwunl
DnwMtl, lo IraiiMii't nil my liiihin.H In re
uiwil to nit proiioriy on tho Icliind of
Sliinl. .1. I. DtlWBKIT.
Ilonnliilii, Nov. -'7, IM'I. lite Jw
Billiard Table For Sale
ONKHTAMlAltll 111 I.I.I A ltl TAIIM.,
I'.i'.l, with lliil, Ciii'H itnil lliu'k
comnlrlf, A I I I y in
I. .1, l.KVKY.
l.VJ-lw Cornur r'url A Wucvii U,
Now Time Table.
Tho corroelnd tlino tulilo of tbo
ouuilnuod linos of tint Oooiiloutul
niul Oriontnl mid l'aollio Mail Stoam
ship CompniiioH haa boon rocoiveil
iiy tins (illico. Wo linvo to thank
.MimhrH. 11. Ilnokfold . Co. for thin
Cnviir ll will In. niilli.iul I lint tint
Coptio lirHt niftiios its Aiiponraiico in
llio list ImniK duo horo in tho oarly
lft)n of April from Japan.
A lorlu;uusu Injuruil.
A I'orttiKiioKo laliotor foil from
llm now Ai'Htlomio ImildiUK at I'una
lion Collouo anil IiIh uplno wan liadlr
injnrod, Tim mini wait lakou to IiIh
liiiiim at AiivNaiolimu. lit will lm
coiilinod to IiIh liod novoral wooka,
Tim aci'idoiit oocurrod at II o'ulook
B. F. KI ILK ItS & CO.
.115 FOIIT HTUKK1',
Will Bull II h Kilttn Htork of
Boots & Shoes
At and Ilelow Ct I'iIiv, uoiiiiriHhi;
Riding, Our Eureka Boots,
Faruai'i and Rbb-r Boots.
A I no a varlfty of
MtVx, I. a pies' am Cnii.iiiiis h
SHOES & SLIPPERS I
11 IUI1 CLASS
from nil lhii(V. Iir.tnl
Kitrtorlex In the I'nltiil
IM1'0IITKI18, WIIOI.K8AI.K AND ItlMAll. DKAI.KIta IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOLLISTBR Sx OO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Stroota.
HIR,2DS' ROOT BHSHJR.
TT IS A IIO.MK.MADK ASM) HOMKMAKINO HKVBUAOE.
L It in very civmIv iroiiiri'l, und if tlio jilnin dirucllotirt aro
followi-il, it will alw.iyi. ho kiiI. Ktry momlior of (ho family,
frniii 1 1 if Imliy lo tlio unintlfiilhur, can unjoy Hiiikm' Jtoor Ukkh,
und every ono of ilium will Imvo huttor licultli for ouch awidlow
tln tuku. It iiiiprovcn tho appetite, ptiriflt'H tlio blood, and
iiiiiO" (ho whole iyrtom. (Miihlreo tpci'i;illy tlolilit in IIiickh
Knur lliiKU 1 1 r prep.iration intcrocti thorn, and iti uro dooa
iliont pM.il. In HhiiiKtnil" of Iioiuuh, "llno' Hoor Hkkk tluil
niottior iiimle," will ho anion; tlio liuppicnl rooolli-utiona of
eliihlhiioil ll eleaiibei. tlio fyalctii o( tliu piiiionoiiH humum that
dovelop in kidney and urinaty ili'e.ihfH, und in fact, in any oibu
liml ailron (rom an impure lalo of tho Mood.
DiMinctly tinderhtanil Unas' Koor IIkkii in without mlulti"
ratlon or any I'homleal or arlillo.il admixttiro o prove It it In
iiiailo iu our open Lahoratory. No neret prm-enn. Wo tuko tho
honl llerlm and Knot,., Imil Ihem down, liottlo tliein and KOiid
them tn you. IVrhapn thero inu't atiothor Itoot Deor Luhorif
tory iu Ihociiiiutry opon to pulilio yo. Koryliody knowh Uiiiks'
Koot llr.Kii elieiiiii'idn eati'l appnueh iMturo. Will you tmu
natural K.hiI llcor and .tify your tliiri-t and htrennlheii yotu
hody, or will you tiro artilloial Itoot lleer (o Mive u few ponnicn
ami ruin ymir healtliY Thoro in ton timer1 aKtiiuoli IIiuks' Hoot
Ukku sold thiiii all otliur Knot lleer extract coiuliitiod.
IIoiiuo.v Out'O Cumiwny WholuHiilc Druggwts
Ukxson, Smith A: Companv
IIoLLisTiut Durii Company, Ltd.. ..
Lkwis it Comt n v Grocers
Jf you are in nt't'il of HAY and
GltAlN" for your und
Our Htoek of Iloliduy
Goods are now ivudy 'or
iiiH)uction at our Now
More (WVnnui's old
Htnnd) on lort Stivi-t.
A Cltll'l'lllly Hl'll'l'tl'd riloclv
of Jewelry bought with
an eye on the Holiday
Trade and will be sold at
JACOBSEN k PFEIPFER.
s'vy -.-- u:... rn.. I.... i
Illllf ll' iVIUJMl nun
175. We deliver to all parts of
I he city. -: - -: - -: -
National Cane Shredder
I'ATENIKI) UNDKIt Till: LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
AjfMT. ' Mfc
Ffc rj '
kis. i SI.
CH , A
Union Feed Co.,
Temple of FashioD
SIS Eort Street
On Duci'iiiber 1, 1801, we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tin. hiilo wllii.intnint dur m tin- l II III'. Mu. I'll OK DM KM-
III. II. I III' IIMHK III UK llllllltMl III, eiin-i.i III
' i . Nt rxrfr r.
P, O. Iloi W7.
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
UoolH, ShoiH ami Oont'H FiirniHliiiu; QoocIh.
t. An Imin-iou AoHi.rtiiiet.t n( IOYH Hilt Dlllllbl'.M AH BJ
M:. C. SILVA., Fropritox
Mr. John A. Seoli, M.in.iti of ilio Hilo ,Snj;iir Uoinpuiiy, given tlio follow
iuk wondeiftil ricoid of tin w.dkiun nf tho NATIONAL (JANE HHHKD
DEIt, wlueli wiiMU'olid h their worko at tlio vuiiiiiioiiuuiiiunl of tho crop
"DuriiiK Hie pant week the Hilo Suir Uompniiy'n mill oxcooded any of
it. fonuor recinU hy elusinn I In pjfi Imurrt t;riiiiliiiK wllli an output of 300J
Ioiih. Thin i fully 10 p. ie. nl mure than tlio host work of fornter yearn.
"Tho time r .lh-i mill liin M in. hy A I lit. ami tho two roller mill 110 in.
hy lit) in. Ihcliirit null dniiiK ihif .iniouut of work iu an ollleient maiiuer
and ttilh ureal moe, eiiiiiard with work ou whole eano, owinf to thorough
proparaliou of tho i.im hy tiie National (!auo Shredder, leeently ereelod hy
" And hy ith in-e iIm- i irui (ion liao Inert lueieiiMil from .'I percent to fi per
il ut on dl Liml- .f . .mi , and iu miuu ctrOK M) poieent hiib heeu reaeheilj
the aver ip. In nii; ".i ! 7 peieeul, aeetirdtnir lo ouallly,
"I tuiiiiniio in liml the iiiliibm fioin hliiedded cauo heitir fuel than from
" t In chiedil. r lm In i ii wiirking day and iiht for eeu miinllnt and hu
(iien mi emit. MiiiH.iiiiiiii, Iiiimiik hhredded iliiriiiK llit tiuio ahiiitt doveiiiy
Ihuiin.iud I. no ..I rune, mid a l.une pail of it heinj; hard ratoutu,
" llie chrnhh r and eiiunie niitnie eiy little eaiu or aiientinii."
riuiii' nun ipeuiiii'iiiioiik oi llune Mueildnr may honeeiiitl thoolllcoof
WM. Q. IRWIN Ik. CO., L'd.,