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THURSDAY, DEC. 13, 1894
Wrdhmday, Dec. 12.
Am chr Win Howden, Kjorem, 37 ilayn
(rom Newcastle, N 8 W
Thursday, Hoc. 13.
Am lik Hipper, Rodorcrfn, 153 days from
Newmstli-. N 8W
Sttnr Wnlalenln from lUniakiift
' ur K'-aiilntu (rum Kalmkii and l'unaluu
Wfdkmkay, Dec. 12.
1-hr Mnry Dodge, Bergman, (or Kahu
JArgoea from Island Porta.
. i'i.laleale 20 head cattlo and IS pkgs
L & ARIlVALa.
r M DrATCB8.
'i (B Kauai per MmrJa Mkee, Dc 13
i 9 Wilcox. A 8 Wilcox. Ufo KwBrt, I'lias
Jf H ikre, UH lUshon Dr Walters and b
S 3; iliou scholars.
schooner Mary Vodi!
He rg trail
matter, left yesterday (or Knhulill to load
sugar for Han KrnticK'o.
CABTI.K-ln l'ldladelphla, Va , Novcm.
berlM, 'Mil, to Mr. aud Mrs. Henry X.
Castle, n daaglite r.
LOCAL AHD axmiX VXW8.
Chili has recognized this Republic.
Mr. Narita has our thanks for late
Bruce Waring & Co. offer building
lots in the suburbs for sale.
Jaq. F. Morgan will sell Portland
cement at 11 a. m. to-morrow.
L. J. Levey will hold a grand
Christmas salo this night week.
A. Kauhl of Ewa brought an in
sane Chinaman to town this morn-
Tho trustees of the Queen's Hos
pital will meet next Wednesday
The S. S. Oceanic did not leavo
until 1:20 o'clock yesterday evening
for the Orieut.
Ladies will see something inter
esting in the change of Mclueruy'a
shoo store adv.
Articles for Kawaianao lair are
to be sent to Miss Judd or Mrs.
Waterhouse at the Armory.
The steamer W. G. Hall will lenvo
ou Monday, the '24th inst., instead of
Tuesday, her cbodule time.
Two unlives committed for trial
for cattle stealing at the Lpr Set
tlement hnvo been brought to atiu
A native woman at Hnuulii. I he
other side of this i Intnl. yare birth
to twins last night, one of which
If the S. S. Arawa is in port this
ovening, the Government band will
givo a concert at the Hawaiian
LOrlUIUT-In Honolulu, Drc. 13,
air. ii. iwium
H0r Fui.ural to-nior osr at 3 i. m.
Friends ami aiitialutaiic are Invited to
MORE WAR MATERIAL.
Boarohlng of Uousoa Oontluuoa Joo
Senior Captain Parker made an
other ariesl this morning. This
time it is Joseph Tinker, the well
kuowu butcher of Nuuanu street.
Tinker was charged at the Police
Station with conspiracy. Parker
left the Station with a pusse m po
lice at 10:30 o'clock. They took with
them long spikes aud shovels. The
ground around Mr. Tiukor's place
was dug up aud spiked but nothing
was found. Finally a search was
made of the roof, lletweou the
diuing room and the dwelling house
on the roof wore found two riUes, a
Uotchklss aud a Springfield, also
oue belt full of cartridges aud an
other one empty. These were wrap
pod in oil cloth. Tinker was theu
arrosted. Ho is at the Police Statiou
aud has beeu refused bail.
Captain Parker says it was pitiful
to hear the pleading of the wife aud
little children, especially the latter.
The little things were crying for
The house and premises of Mr.
Tinker were again searched this after
noon, but nothing more was fouud.
A Japanese was arrested for an
unuatural crime at 7:30 o'clock yes
terday evening. He was detected by
a number of boys below Smith's
bridge. Thoy notified a policeman,
who seized the oifender. On the
way to the Statiou the Jap offered
the otlicer $5 if ho would let him go.
The offer was repulsed and tho Jap
will be held to answer to two chargos.
Hood's is Good
Makes Pure Blood
Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated.
"C. 1. Hood A Co., Lowell, Masi.t
"It U with pleasure that I give you the iteUllt
t our little May's ilckuest and her return to
health by the use ot Hood's Bariaparlll. 8hs
was taken down with
Fever and a Bad Coue;h.
Following this a sors earns on her right side be
tween the two lower ribs, tn a thnrt time an
other broke on the left side. She would take
spelts of snre mouth and when we had succeed,
ed In overcoming this she would suffer with at
tacks of high forer and eipel blowlr looking
corruption. Her head was affected and matter
oc: ;d from ber ears. After each attack she be-
same worse and all treatment failed to glre her
nil f 'mill we lieRin to use Hood's H.trs.iurllU
A (I r she had taken oue-lmlf bottle o could see
iba. she was better. We continued until alia
had taken three bottles. Now she looks like
The Bloom of Health
and Is fat as a lg. We fed grateful, and cannot
say too much In Tutor of Hood's S irsiinrlll."
MltS. A. M. ADAMS, ltiril3.ll, TetillCMCC.
To Plantation Managers.
A Strong Horse
IS THE KR.11K.T OF USING
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Just Arrived per "H. O. Wilder."
CAM, AND RKK US.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO
l!nrtir 'Jum-u ft Ntiunmi Ht
Both Tklkimiovks 121.
By Lowia J. tievey.
There was no quorum at tho
Queen's Hospital meeting yesterda;
anil it was postponed till uext Ye
The meeting for organization of
the Teachers' Association will be
held at 3 p. m. Friday iu the Y. M.
0. A. hall.
N. S. Sachs is out with his annual
holiday spread iu our columns. If
you Hon t road bis advertisements
you will get left.
The Bishop estate at Makiki con
sisting ot 18 acres was sold at noon
to-day by J. F. Morgan to S. C.
Allen for 110,700.
Central Union Church did not
have enough ballots last night to
elect a pastor. The poll will remain
open another week.
Tho Japanese have bought tho
Chilean cruiser Esmeralda. Sho is
now on hor way to Japan and may
call in at this port.
By the Waialeale it is learned that
the wlfo of J. Kaelemakulc. post
master and store keeper at Kallua,
Hawaii, diod the other day.
Kawaianao Church fair will not
be open Friday afternoon, but from
7:30 to 10:30. The hours on Satur
day will be 2:30 to 5, aud 7:30 to 10.
On her last trip to San Francisco
the bark Andrew Welch ran short of
Erovisious. and for more than a week
read and apple sauco constituted
Fifteen Punahou scholars return
to their homes ou Kauai by the
steamer Jamos Makee this afternoon
for their Christmas, and Now Year
Lebkucheu und Schaumconfect
gerado wie iu Deutschland und viele
andero schoeue suesse Sachen fuer
Welhuachten bei Hart & Co. The
Elite Ico Cream Parlors!
Wray Taylor handed ovor to the
committee ou behalf of the Lepers'
Christmas a total of $270 M) at 3
o'clock this afternoon. This amount
was netted by the concert clear of
H. O. Biart, who was for ten yearn
the practical jeweler for Weuner At
Co., has opened a new place at 111
Kiug street, corner Alakea street.
Watchmaking, souvenir spoons, and
jewelry of every description maduou
(J. it. Harrison, practical piano
tnd organ maker and tuner, can fur
uish bout factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co will re
eivM prompt nt lent ion. All work
.ruaruutoed to lw the niii- i don
The ouuttKuiut'Ul has beeu an
nounced of a promiuent sugar plan
ter on the Island of Kauat aud a
school mistress of the garden isle.
Kauai seems to be leading the other
islands at present iu a boom of the
Geo. W. Olterson, electrician, and
W. K, Itowell, Superintendent of
Public Works, have been experi
menting to liud if a diver could be
communicated with while uuder
water. By increasing the number of
telephones to four they have sue-
Hood'a Pills net cnl1y. yet lirotnidlr and
Bcleutly, on the liter aud bowels. !Bc
Hobron Drag Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents for the Hcpnlillc of Hawaii.
Founder's - Day
Will Ixi Cell liral-d at KAMKhAM K.IIA
Ht'HOOI. ))' the Oivii lit? (if tl'ti
TIIK ANNEX TO IHB
Willi held In the IIIHHOi' II A I.I. (Tlir
Manual School) at i r. M., Do.i. 111.
Aildresi- by Mrs. Hnnlclcs and otlirrp.
sroitTb Itiut.nrf,c of the lloyk will take
nlac at 3:30 r m.
1M- limi't'O" ' Hit lH"r" "' (llltl H'
BOH'JOl. fniiii .1 to I y, m. Ti i) K' nural
publlu lire invliiil. l'.'iu-td
The following letters received from Mr. Jno. A. Scott, Man;i
ager Hilo Sugar Co., refer to the Avery Fertilizer Distribu
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. Mr. H. Deacon, Aana
ger for Fepeekeo Sugar Co., secured one each of these inple
ments from Ar. Scott and expressed his satisfaction with them
in the letter published herewith:
I'KPfcEKKO, Atlg. 8, 1SH1.
J. A. Scott,
J)'itr Sir. Iu reply to yours iu relation to tho "Avery" Stubble Diggers
aud Fertilizer Distributors.
1 would say that 1 have beeu using the Diggers almost constantly since
I received.them, and am highly pleased with them. As the name signifies,
I Gnd them specially ndapted to the work of looseuing tho soil about rat
toou stools, aud they niay be used to great advantago either before or
after the Fertilizer Distributor, theroby putting tho rattoou fields in the
very best condition for a rapid growth. They are a light draft machine,
and I would recommend them to any plantation owner.
Tho Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saving machine, and I find
that I shall need ono more to fill our requirements here.
I remaiu, yours respectfully,
(Signed) H. Deacon,
Manager for Fepeekeo Sugar Co.
Wainaku, Hilo, Aug. 9, 1891.
Mtt. E. It. Hknduy, Honolulu.
lkar .Sir: In reply to your enquiries regarding the workiug of the
"Avery" Stubble Diugors aud Fertilizer Distributors. I would sav that I
have been using the Diggers for some months and have dug sumo eight
hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly looseuing tho soil in and
about tho roots, thus giving them an excellent opportunity for many moro
shoots to come forth than usually do. And I find that there is a thicker
stand of cauu where it has beeu stubble dug. Tho machine works in fer
tilizers ou rattoou stools without any further hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with the soil and allowing litem to gel to the roots of the
The Fertilizer Distributors I liavo had at work for some time and I
have fertilized about four hundred acres with thorn thus far and they are
doing all the makers claim for them, distributing the frrtili.Mr iu uu'even
manner ou eaclt stile of tuo cnuo and iu whatever quantity desired. Thoy
HOLIDAY -. GOODS !
That Meet All Demands and SaMsfy All Wants
S20 Fort St
- - Hoxiol'UJ.'U.
Coinu and wc Our Immciisu Variety of Fancy
Novelties s'litublo for
Xmas and New Year's Presents
A CllOUJK AB30RT.MEST OK
Silk Drapes, Lace Tab'.e Runners. Lh Scarfs,
are a good labor saving machine aud are doing im work of beteral men
i's aro ol light
out of order.
ht draft aud strongly made aud there is nothing
lean Hilly recommeud lliesu to plantation
l remain, yours truly,
John A. bcorr,
rheso machines aro
liable to get
Manager Hilo bugar 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 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.,
n-i i, 307 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Pans, I land
IV OltKAT VAIIIUTY.
Laco Bod Spreads, PiUh Scarfs, Fanoy Tab'o Covers,
U (.'fill nnl Arccptaltle Presents.
Lad es Fhsb Rlk Vests, L! Si Hose.
Lnrtlck' 0M-tiw(irk Hi k Hose In White, lllnrk and BliR'les ot Tin.
Novelties in Star Warn! Ladies' Fine Pajatolil
tm- DON'T r'MUIHT TIIK lITn.K KOI.KH' -&
Childiea's Dresses, Gapes and Cloaks I
I-nei ntul Silk Ho-nHis ('liililrrti' Kins, l'irajol, Etc., Ktc , Ktc.
H-Ajsr jdicb :r a :h
A must Coniilnio Stock nml I. Hut IWtii, ntrl price thnt will sitonlili you.
I.mIIps' l'liif Wli'iu HimiiiiimI tt li II unRcrelili-f st f i Mriluin.
I. (tin' Wh t' llniliro iliTiil Ituml e.clilcS lfr vn-U
or f Vt s iloten.
Lull"!) bilk M.iipiUiiL'liIi'f, emli olilcvil; for 10 n (lu(nsnrJ.
GtnllenHii's Sik UmNlits, Si k NgTige shirts and Pajamas!
(lonOiMium'K rini Neck Wenr. ll nriln.
(letitieiiiuti'N rt Ik I. mi mi i 0l retl Ilo'ilir Unit 'krchlif.
OenMctii1!'" HUk llnti.ik nvilrfu tit .Vw. ench in J I fi i tltiicn.
Uentluiiinu'a Klnc Line i liiunUe chief, fucy ixjrilcr; Mt $3 75 rilooo.
Silks ! Silks ! Silks I
Itadity Evening Dc, 20ih
AT 7 O'1'l.OUK,
Displiy of New Goods!
JimturrlTed per bark I'nut Itittnbiirg.
B1UJCE WAKING & CU.
At Wnlklkl on nir llin ml on I'uluiim
Ko.ul ni'itr IVrllllriiif; I'litnl. I litre bila
arc Very Clieui iiihI HohI on eiiy ternm.
llflraMu Aire TruclH in'iir tint ell nml
oilier I'rojH'rtioa (01 Hille,
llltt)(!K WAIUMI A I'i)., ,
IlfHlcrH ill IMinntl Luiiiln.
U'll-tl UXll'ort htrvvt, iiBr KiiiH'
Various Mntter at Chambers- Fuh
ory Rights Uecldad.
EHtlior K. Mahaulu petitioiia fur
uoimratioii from her husbaiul, A. S.
Matiaulti, doputy tax nBnossor ami
poHtmnHtorat Waialua, outbo ground
ii( dostirtion ami failure to provide
for potitiouur aud thoir tbruo chil
dren. JudH Coopor lias rondored a do
cision iu .lanioa 1, Uovstt vs. Flora
Joiiuh, overruliufr tho doniurror of
dufttiidunt. Mhkoou for plaiuliiT;
llartwull aud I'urrr for dtifuudaut.
UufiuulautH iu V. 11. CuiniuiiiK"
vh. J. K. laukua ot al., bill to sot
nm a vordiut. douitir to tho com
plaiut ou tho ground of no iurlsdiu
lion. JoIiiihou and Kaulukou for
Juduu Whitimr lias ordorod juiIk
inoiit by di'faull to bo onlorml in
Akowai, OaIiu Hallway Land Co,
and .IftH, ('nuipboll vh. Mow Koiil'
itiiiK, pun Uliau l.i'ouo., Irouo u. i.
Hrowu and (J. A. Ilrovvn. !' M.
Hatch for plnlutifT; no apiionrant'o
of or for dofttiidnut. Tho mill wan a
bill iu !iiity to unjoin dofoudautM
from troapamiiiiK on corlniu QnliorioH
Coininenein Saturday we
Will KhKI OPKN KVKNINtJS till
the Holiday trade is over
We have put electric lijjhth
into the htore, and are ready
for the muli. From day to
day our businehs incruuKCK.
Wu are kept moving from
morning till night ; not only
ourselves hu th.' goods are;
what is 'he reason of it V Its
sinidy this: We have been
whispering words of economy ;
we have talked about judi
cious b yiug. until nt last you
realize t at you can tvul'y ob
tain lit st class gcudK of us at
I tricot yon would pay for
shoddy goods elsewhere. We
call them Quick Sales and
-mall l'rolit Prices, which
mcaie in plain rOnglKh that
there i no such tiling as just
the same goodb for less mon
ey, inn reali.e it; every
body realizes it ; hence our in
ert used bU'iuiHH. .Judicious
buyers, shrewd buyers, tt oko
that a))rcciate tlie hest goods
for the least money, are tin
ones ymi see mapping no the
new goods as fast as tliey go
on tho counters. '1 hey are
the class of buyeis we are
T his week you will find a
venuino Bargain counter load
ed down with calicos isinc
hams, duoandii:-, cm ton
(JIIAIXIKS, SHAWLS, KTC,
irc ; come and look al theiu.
aud if you dmi't think they
are the best goods for the
moiicv don't buy them.
CflT Have you counted up
the Sales Checks you have n -ceived
fiolil lis yelV
J' IfHMKMIIKII, we keep
open nights from .Nitiir-'ay,
Dec loth, till the Holidays
from nil the (VI br.ted
Knct'Tlux In tin UnltiM
IMI'OllTKIte, WHOLKUALK AND IUHaIL DKAI.KIIH IN
Havana, Manila, Hezican and American Cigars.
JEiOXiLISTEJIR Sx OO.
Cor. Fort and Morohant Streets.
Hl'KOIAL HAIIQAIN '
Wo hare J -Mt It c. Ivnl pe
' Oeotnln" a l.arg Invoice ot
Solid Colors and
Fancy Striped Silks 1
8.1IM Cut r
In nil i lie l-U'nt- Hlimlci ami lrtty Htrlpet.
ullir ill h'ltlr.' I.oi
FOR 50 O H3TSTTS .A. YARD
And at AH Times
If you are iu need of HAY
GRAIN" for your
tjBt- King up Teleph lies
175. We deliver to all parts of
the city. -:- -: - -: -
Union Feed Co.,
Temple of Fashion
610 ETort Street
n December 1, 1801. we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tliiirii!iMwile.iiitlniiiMltiriiK the KM'llli: MONTH OK DKCKM.
HI It, m llnilH ID III) illnj li'tl n( n.lat nl
B. P. bill L 10 US & CO.
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
I3oot-. Slioo-4 and Gout's FtirniHhiiii; GoocIh.
1,. Alt i "l'-e AN..rllneiil ut TOYS KOIt CIIIMHrMAU UU
&, a. SILiVA, Proprietor.
HUMES' ROOT BH3H3R.
IS A llOMK.MADi: AND IIOMKMAKINU HLVKUAOE.
ll i M-ry iu.mIv iiiliiiiiuiI, ant if thu iiliiin ilirectioiiH are
(ollowid, it will ulw.ij'h liu khmI. Kury muiiiliur nf tliu fitmily,
fioin tint luliy tn tin1 gniiiilfmlu'r, cm uujuy Hiiikh' Hour Ukkh,
nml t'M-iy nut! of tlieiu will lmc lictttr lieiiltli fur uuoli nwulliiw
tlu'y luku. It imitiivud Hit' upiKititi!, iiiiilU'H tliu IjIiukI, nuil
loiiuh thu whole i-yi-U'iii. I'liililrou ioeci,(y iluhght in IIiuks'
Ituor Ih.i'.it It ini'imriitinu interotR ilium, ami ith ui-u iloeii
ilium km"I' I' tli'Hin.iiiil" ! Imiiifis, "Uiuks' Ituor Hkkii tlutt
niollmr inudii," uill lie iiinoag tint lmpHLt recolU'etioiitt o(
I'llillllioud It rllMllrf till' rVMl'tll of till) loielllolls Iiiiiiiom tlmt
iluvi)loi in knliii'v anil iimmiy iluimsetj, und in fuel, in any caso
lluil miM'A fiom an iniiuiu ht.itc of tho lilood.
Distinctly iindiirtaud Hutt-V Koor IIkkk in without utlulte
ration or uny I'lii'inii'.il ol urtilioi.tl adniixtiiri' v jirovit it it m
inaili) in onr oiun L.iliiuatory. No nvrt't jirni'i'tei. Wtt tnku thu
lii-iit Ih'iln and Itimt, Imil tlii'in down, liottlu tliein ami koiiiI
tliciu in .on, ''rlnii tin re imi'i iiiiotlii'r Knot Ik'or l.uliora
lory in lli'M'oniiliy opi u tn nililn' ''e. Kw-rylindy knowH IIiiiki'
Hour IIi.kk clii'iiiicilr I'liu't uiiii.iu-Ii n.ituru. Will you imn
natni.il It ml lieer nml mtify ymir t liirt ami HtruiiKthun yoiu
ImiiI;', oi will oii iim' .uiiliei.il Hoot Hut to Mitua few Hiunii'b
and inin yniir In il'liV 'I'lx ie i ten tniiiy ut niiii'h lliimn' Hoot
IIki.ii told limn all otlu'i it i lleer extructc coiiiluni'd.
lIoilllON Dltlll CoMI'ANV
Hknson, Smith A- Co.mpanv
IJoi.LlM'ITIt Dltt'U (JOMI'ANV, Iri..
Lr.wis & L'o.mi'anv. . .
. . Wholesale Druggists
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