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FRIDAY, DEO. 14, 1894.
Thursday, Deo. IX
Am bk 8 0 Allen, Thompson, t(! da) a fiom
8 B Araw, Htnart, from the Colonies
Friday. Dec. II.
Am bk Sonoma, Anleron. from New
Am sfhr Kobt 9pnrlo, I'lltz, (l tiny:) from
Newcastle, X H V '
Friday, Dec. 14.
S S Arawa, Stnart, for Han l'ranclaco, at
II a w
Htinr W U Hall for Maul and Hawaii at 10
Cargoes from Island Porta.
H'rar Iwalanl 3510 bacs sugar, 114 bags
paddy and Ml bags rice.
Bttnr Kosuliou 4W bags rice, 4513 bags
paddy, 43 turkeys and ') pkgs suiidtirs.
From the Colonies per 8 H A'nwa, Dec
11-ltK Hamersley, Mrs Muuroand child,
Messrs J M Cole, 'Ihos Hyan and W'm
From Walanae cr stmt Kcnah.ii, Deo
1311 Mncfiirlniic, II D.Mituoii, wile and
family, .Minn Hilda Merger and 5 otlirt.
From Newcastle, pvrbK llcsiwr Deo n
From San Franclico, per bk H U Allen,
Deo II Mrs M N Halidvrs. Klslo B.iinluis,
Mrs V IJidim.in, Alice l.lsbman, Harah
Williams, Mrs M J Uarrison, 11 L. Ugloves,
MmUglrves, Mrs. I M Angus, Jane Angus,
Mliel Angus, Munoel Dlidon.
For Hsn Franclsoo per 8 B Arawa, Deo
14-Mrs 8 T Alexander, J F Nolan and
wife, Miss K Nolan, Mrs F I Hastings. K
1' aud V F Ferry. A Young and wife,
Misses II It and M K 1 imtig. 11 A Young,
(.'apt F N Templar, lllldolph Hpreckels, A
II Mmall, Mrs A (I llyxbeo, (loo W Macfar
lanr, I- 1 llrlstow olid wife, J T l.awlor. 1'
I'hi-rlllot.J Mtlaiii, wlfo and child, VX
Farrcll, Geo lllack, Thus Kennedy, 11 (1
Woodkn, M's F M XlcolU aud child, and
For Maul and Hawaii pcrstmr WO HaW
Ditill M Jones, (J I, Carter, J D Acker
man, II Hoheris .it Akau, Aklua, K 0
(Irifiiwrll, KOret-imi-ll. Mr K V Dunn, K
llollmun, (' Ku sur, Master MuWavnn,
Mrs Mulch mid 2 children, Ailolph (fi-rtx
and to deck.
Tlio H. H. Arnwa tixik 'i't hagi of collet) to
day, shlpiifd by I.. II. Kerr
The hark CVyhm will leave for Bin Fran
cisco next Tuesday with a full caro of
The schiNiner Win llowden brought ll!07
tons West Wallsend coal fur thu 1 I. 8 N.
Co.. and die bark Hester lttCI torn for W.
(I. Irwin A Co.
The 8. 8. Arawa brought the following
lniorts: From Hydney III cs wlnrt, I cs
t'hiss Knods, I o vo ton, 1 u cigar, 1 c linon.
i I'llc-ts, ;i cs ircsvrrrs, '1 ci elect leal
Koods, 4 nis timber, and Vtl pkgs mercliaii
disc From Auckland '1 cs meats, In per
ambulator mid '1 pkgs iiirrchaudlru. From
Hanioa VI lixs limes and I c curio.
A Strong Horse
18 TUB RE30LT OP 0AINO
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Just Arrived per "B. 0. Wilder."
CAM, AND SKK US.
CALIFORNIA PEED GO
Corner Qmwn ft Nnuanu Hu
Both Tklkpiiovks 121
By Lowla J. Lvvay.
local ahd orantsAi, HXWfl.
Thistles this evening.
Fine after the heavy raiu.
Five dollars is offered for a lost
Purser Row is still on the S. S.
A Marshal's sale on Jan. 10 is ad
vertised. A notico of the bark Glanivor ap
The Hobron Drug Co. advertise a
Henry Davis has a turkey supple
ment in this paper.
Alfred Johnson, a ranchman of
Honouliuli, is vory low.
The Kawaiahao Church fair opens
at 7:30 o'clock this evening.
Battalion drill has been postponed
until some time next month.
Mrs. G. C. Muuro of Kauai was a
passenger by the S. S. Arawa from
Joo Loal, a news carrier, was ar
rested this noon for the larceny of a
bicycle valued at $85.
W. F. Allen's big houpo at Boro
tania and Victoria streets is ap
P. C. .Tonor and Chirks L. Carter
left by ihnftteniner V. G. Ha'l lliis
morning for Kona, Hawaii.
Henry Macfarlaue of Ahuimanu
ranch came to town by the steamer
Keauhou yesterday evouing.
L. J. Levey will sell holiday goods
at auction at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
All will be sold without reserve
Kawaiahao Church Fair, this even
ing, also to-morrow afternoon and
evening. Live doll show to-morrow
Toys and dolls will bo givon away
to-morrow aud Monday gratis ',0
Surohaseta at tho storo of N. 8.
The Ihreo runaway stowaways
captured on tho other side of this
island are being walked all the way
An oloctriu lamp has Ihmui erected
on a 10ft. arm extending from a polo
raised for the purpose ou tho King
street side of ralaco square.
Tho Inquisition, the work of
Wyckliff, tho Morning Star of the
Information, and tho triumph of
Martin Luther, will bo the subject
at tho tont to-night.
Lehkuchon und Schaumcnnfoct
gorade wio iu Doutschlaud und viele
audoro suhoeuo suesso Snellen fuor
Welhnanhten ImjI Hart & Co. The
Elite Ico Cream Parlorsl
Portuguese boys have boon de
tected stealing the Bullktin from
tho houses of subscribers. When a
few of them are inside the police
station, tho practice will be checked.
"The Japanoao who was arrested
near Smith's bridge on Wednesday
has boon sentenced to one month a
imprisonment, aftor tho expiration
of which ho will bo sent back to
P. 0. Jones and C. Bolte. of tho
Plauters' Company Trustees, had a
conference with tho Board of Immi
gration yesterday. They wanted re
strictions on the introduction of
Chinese lalvr abated. No decision
H. G. Biart, who was for teu years
the practical jowolor for Weuuer A:
Co., has opened a new place at 1 14
King street, corner Alakea street.
Watchmaking, souvouir spoons, and
jtnvolry of every description madeou
Georgo Howe foil in au epileptic
fit ou Fort street, near Hotel street,
this forenoon. He was placed on
tho step of tho Criterion Saloon and
Dr. J. S. McGrnw was summoned.
Howe was takeu to his room aud re
covered. He is all right again.
Mr. George W Tutey
Cured of Rheumatism by
"0. 1. Hood ft Co., Lowell, MuJ.l
" I was Uksn down with rheumatism ever a
year ago. I was lick for orer six mouths..
Often I would hSTS inch pslns th.it I could
li'.r.lljr endure tlicm. A friend came to me and
advised mo to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. I took
lm at his word nnd got a botUe ol It, and sloe
iv taken eight bottles of It.
It Has Cured Me
TVlitn the doctors could do mo no good what
aver. After being benefited so much from Oils
medicine I describe Hood's Birsnparllla as a
wonderful medicine. I also ndtlo every one
who Is troubled wlui rheumatism not to be with-
out Hood's S.irnpirllla. f am a firmer, and
tlioiupdlclno hns rn mn much rncry and
strength to perforin my work." (Jronua W.
Tui.ky, Deiijimm, .Mlnmirl.
To Plantation Managers.
Mood's Pllla nro land nude, and perfect
ta proportion and appearance. ZSc. a box.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents for the Hepnbllo of Hawaii.
Fine : Holiday : Goods
TO-MORROW, l)c. 15th,
AT 10 O'OUMIK A. M.,
I will ffll at l'libllo A110M011. st niv Biles
riHiini., a Urgi Varie y of
Fine Japanese Screens
A Choice It of llronze anil Metal Ware,
A Variety uf
It ATT AN CUAUtS AM) 1.UUNOKH.
Also, 1 Large Variety of Lace CortalDs.
Tho Wholo to he Hold Without Hesrve.
i XHAS SALE
Thursday Evening Dec, M
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
Displty of New Goods!
J ui-t iirrlvvd per hark I'uul Isunhori;.
XT KITH Kit THKOAl'I'AIN
XI AiMiiiHtil tliKllrltlnhhiirl.
Mill Til K
will hu rrnMiiiillihii uuy ilihUfonirnilKd
u niv new. i.i.-Ji
Liquor as Caah Various
Judgo Coopor has found for do
fnndaut in Louiz Andrailo va Quo
riuo Fernandez, a jury-waived as
sumpsit aupual of plaintilT from the
District Court. A. O. Corroa for
plaintiff; J. L. Kaulukou for defend
ant. The Court discovered that
i-harges of "cash" should have been
charges of liquor sold to defendant
Judge Whiting has confirmed the
sale of laud fur the Opfergelt
minors, by W F. Aileu, guardian.
It is a piece of laud adjoiuing the
homestead lately recovered at law
from the estate by Lau Chong. J as.
u l -dh aianfk x jinn aauI iiifkfl t
t. iJ&tiiKaut auuiiuiicoi. uui iiudu ku
the sale of the piece through him to
Lau Choug, tho highest bidder, for
Judge Whiting has approved the
accouuts iu the John McColgau es
tate presented by Jus. F. Morgau,
trustee, also accepted the resignation
of Mr. Morgau as such trustee, and
appointor David Dayton iu his stead.
The property comprises the Criterion
Saloon, the blacksmith shop adjoin
ing, and I ho stand formerly occupied
by the Germauia Market 011 Fort
street, also a homestead on Judd
street. The accounts show receipt
$r51.U, expenditures $.,I802.IMJI bal
THE LATE CAPTAIN BIET.
His Funeral Yostorday The Jury's
The funeral of Captain John Diet,
late master of the Gorman bark Paul
Iseiiberg, took plnce at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon from Williams'
undertaking parlors ou Kiug street.
MomlMtrs of the firm of II. Ilackfold
it Co. attended the funeral, as well
as tho oilicers and crew of tho Paul
Iseiiberg, also nearly all tho ship
masters iu port.
Tho coroner's jury rendered a ver
dict that Captain Hint's death was
1 caused by au overdose of laudanum.
Commencing Saturday wo
Will ICKKP OPKX KVKXINOS till
the Holiday trade is over
We have put fleet ric lihtn
into the store , nnd are ready
for the rush. From day to
day our Imihuicbs increases.
We are kept moving from
morning till night; no only
ourselves hut tin? goods are;
what is he reason of it V Jt's
siiiiiily thw: We have been
whispering words of economy ;
we nave talked abuiil judi
cious b ying, until ut last yo'i
reali.e t'lttt you can really ob
tain Hrst'cluss gdods of us at
price- you would pay for
shdddy goods elsewhere. We
call them Quick Sales aud
"mail ProJlt Prices, which
mean- in plain Mnglish that
there i no such thing as just
the same goods for less mon
ey. You icali'.e ii ; every
body realizes it ; hence our in
ert used htiMiiiss. .Judicious
buyers, shrewd buyers, ti ose
that appreciate the best goods
for the least money, are the
ones you see mapping u the
new goods as last as tnev
on the counters 'I hey are
the class of buyeis w ate
This week you will find a
eenuinelJargain counter load
ed down with calicos. tiixtJ
HAMS, OltKAXDIKS CO'ITO.V
CI1AI.UKS, SHAWLS, KTC,
ktc. ; come aud look at them,
aud if you d n't think they
are the best goods for the
money, don't buy them.
K Have you counted up
the Sales Checks you have i
ecived f 10111 us yet?
IjQ" KhMK.MHKll, wc keep
open nights from saturday,
Dec 15th, till the Holidays
The following letters received from Ar. Jno. A. Scott, Ahna
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 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:
Pepkekeo, Aug. 8, 1891.
J. A. Scott,
l)ar Sir. In reply to yours in relation to tho "Avery" Stubble Diggers
and Fertilizer Distributors.
I would say that I havo been using the Diggers almost constantly since
I receivedthetn, aud am highly pleased with them. As the name signifies,
1 find them specially adapted to the work of loosening tho soil about rat
toon stools, and they may be used to great advantage either before or
after the Fertilizer Distributors, theroby putting tho rattoou fields in the
very best condition for a rapid growth. They are a light draft machine,
aud I would recommend them to any plantation owner.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saving machine, and I find
that I shall need one more to fill our requirements hero.
1 remain, yours respectfully,
(Slguod) H. Deacos,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Waixakc, Hilo, Aug. , 1891.
Mn. K. It. Henuhv, Honolulu.
Diiir Sir. In reply to your enquiries regardiug tho working of the
"Avery" Stubbie Diggers aud Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that 1
have beou using the Diggers for some months and have dug some eight
hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly loosening the soil in aud
about tho 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 cauo where it has been stubble dug. Tho machine works in fer
tilizers ou rattoou stools without any further hand labor, mixing thorn
thoroughly with tho soil and allowing them to gel to the roots of the
Tint Fertilizer Distributors I havo had at work for sotun time and I
have fertilized abut four hundred acres with them thus far and they are
doing all the makers claim for them, distributing tho fertilizers iu au eeu
manner on each side of tho cauo anil 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 aud strongly made aud there is nothing
liable to get out of order. 1 can fully recommeud these to plantation
owners. 1 remain, yours truly,
(Signed) Joii.v A. Scott,
Manager Hilo Sugar Co.
Wc 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.,
H-.I.I,,, 307 Fort Street, Honolulu.
HOLLA Y .-. GOODS !
That Meet All Demands and Stiisfj All Wants
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort St - - Honolulu.
z xKrwamrw&i -' tmr
II It) 11 CLASS
Imiiu nil HiKiYI l.r.t'tl
Knrt.-rlcK In tin- tlnltiil
Come and h.v Our ImmuiiHu Variety of Fancy
Novelties s'lituble for
Xmas and New Year's Presents
A (MiOIOK ASSOKTMKNT OK
Silk Dmp s, Lace Table Runners, Ui Scarfs,
AT CXOKI'riO.N'AI.I.Y LOW i'lll,K8.
Knn.s, 1IiimI Hnga Purnes and Card Cueefl
IX OIIKAT VAKIKTY.
Lace Bod Spreads, PiUfh Scarfa, Fancy Tab'o Covotb,
Useful ami Aricptulile I'ruients.
Lsflii' I ira Ut Vests, LhA'BS' Silk Hose.
Utiles' 0Hnwnrk 8Uk Hose In White, tllnrk nnd BliaHes ut Tan.
Novelties in Siivar Warwl Indies' Fine Ptrifolsl
tm. HUNT DHUKT TlltC 1 ITri.K FOLKS' m
Ohildien's Dresses, Capes and Cloaks I
Imc nml Silk R)i n-t, ('lIMp-ii' t'Mis, l'ltm-mlii, Ktc, Ktc, Ktc.
HlsTlDKIEl K, O HIBPS
A must Ouniili-to HKwk ami Ltrt IVi'ik, nml p'lci" tlmt will utonUli ynu.
I.nilli-s' I-'Iiim Vh"o llpiniiiril It Ii II tnRcrcMifi nt i nr ilurvn.
I. iltaf' Wli t- Kinltni ilt-rnl lliinil f'dik-S 15.1 curli nr Mil itoien.
I.nll-K Silk U.tiiiU.'iuliU-l', i-itih-aliici-d; (or I5e n iliiiHnrUi.
Gentleman's M Unibrnilas, Sii H-g-ige Shirts and Pajamas!
(ItMi'lciium'H I'lnc X-ck Wtnr. -ii i-hl nrtiiln.
(Ii-nl.i iiiiiu'h b ik I. 'ii mi" (.' I rnl lln-'ltr llniikrcli'it.
(k'lUk'mn-,'. MilU lliiinlt; ri'l.lfl ut .Vo. ciich or It 5 1 a iloiun.
Uuiitk-iiiiiu'a Klnv 1.1111 i IJiimtku clilefv, fmioy liunli-r; Bt $.1 75 jxr Jmru.
Silks ! Siltes I Silks !
UI'KOIAL UAItdVlV U tm- hl-Kt-IAI, IIA1KJAINH!
V huvc J t It i-'lvol h 8. ti ' i'oinlo" l.trn luvoli-o of
Solid Colors and
Fancy Striped Silks!
tl.iliit Col r- In ul ilu- H--II.MH .S'm.i-i miJ Tr-tty Htrlot. We
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IMI'OUTKIIB, WIIOI.KHAI.K AND liKTAII. DKAI.KItS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOLLISTBR x OO.
Cor. Fort and MoTohant Strootn.
B. F. KIILIUKS & CO.
rY VlltTl'K OK A WUITOK KXKOU-
L tiun UsiiiU out ol thu Dint i let Court
tlm lUth (Ihv of Iltctimlipr. A. U
riL-aliiHt L llrailluy, ilultiiuliiiit, In favor of
Mn Thus ImcU, il'int-tl, fur tlm mini of
t'SJ 55. 1 liuvo If vii-il lllKJii uml hIiiiII uxioe
for bulo ut tue l'ullce ntntljin. In tin- 111-,-trlct
of llunoliilii, InIuiiiI of imliu, ut lli
o'clock of HATUUDAY, tiiu l'Jtli iluv ol
Jnnuury, A. 1). I Mi'), to Hie IiIkIixi IiMiIt,
nil the ri(,'lit, titlouml liiU-rent of tint hiiIiI
I.. Hruillo). iltifrmluiit, In nml lo tlii' fol
lowing iropurty, iiiiki Mild jiiilKiin-nt,
Intcreat, costs nml my uxoeiiMi lit) ie
I.mt il roerty foi mlti;
1 Jluiiil-buwliii? Muclilnu, I Wuth UidiIii
1 Wanlrohu, 7 Kcliool UutkH, I Oil Htovf.
lllack Itounlu, t MiihIo Itiick uml loiof
K. 0. llirrill'OCK,
Mamlittl lU'inililiii of lluwail,
Honolulu, lice. U, Ib'tX. !'---,l
BltrCE WAKING & CO.
Jf you are in need
GRAIN" for your
up Telepb neH
deliYer to all parts of
And at All Times
At Wnlklkl on rnr lint, nml on I'liluiiui
Ito.ul miiir I'Vrllllnliu; I'ltint. 'I'Iiiok a
urn Wry Clii-iip uml Holil on fiiiy turni)-.
)urultu Arn Trui'la in'iir tlm i-lt uml
oilier I'lopcrlli'M for bull-.
JlltrOK WAItlXO A I'O.
Duiilcrt In IjiIh hiiiI l.unil.
nut Tort Strict, ni-ur Klni;
Union Feed Co.,
Temple of Fashicm
BIB Eort Street
n December 1, 18!) I, we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tlm Sitin will (-.iiitiniiu ilnr iik tlm KNTIIIK MONTH OK DKt'K.M
lll.lt. 'I lin IIiumU iii Im ilUjoui'il of mint of
A JAI'A.NKSi: I'IKK
I'immIIi-. Ii Kith uin uliltn.
Iiow.li'jinfil on foli lt'K. nil
KMur In tlm iiiiiim of "I'rlni'i'."
Klmliif return to Mr.T. KhVliN Vim-uinl
Hired, oiimllu UiiiiIk'n r-lli'lii'o. will id
echo tliu ttiiuva ruwanl, IJI.'-jI
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
HootH, Shorn ami Oont'H Furnlnhimj QoocIh.
tm. An lii.imiiMi Aoi(rliiiciit of TOYS KOIl CIIIUHTMAH
M.. Cr. 8ILVA.
KE LINES' ROOT BHJBQR..
TT IS A IIOMKMVDi: AND IIOMKMAKINOHKVEKAflE.
It m vory iMtmly iii-i.iit'tl, mill if tltu "iil.tiu ilirt'L-lionu are
(iillnvvuil, it will iilw.iy ho unoil Evury niuniliur of thu family,
from tlio I i.i I iy In tin- Kriiiiilfullior, i-.tu enjoy Hiiikd' Hoot IIkkii,
uml noiy oho of tlioni will lutvn liottor lioultli fur uuuli hwuIIow
tlmy titku. It improvuH tlm iiiutiiu, nirtlk-H tlio lilood, unit
tonuh tlio wlioln nyhtoin. Chililron opjiooi.illy iloliKlit in Uiiikk'
Hoot IIi:i;ii Ilu iiroianitiun iiiiorontri tlioni, imil itn tifo iIooh
llk'iii koiiiI. In Iliiiiu.iniU of liiiiiK-ri, "lllltKn' Koot Ukkk tlmt
miilliiir niuilo," will Im iiinoii); iho Impiiiutft recolloctioiiH of
oliilillinotl It olo.uihot. tho xii.'iii of tlio poiMinoun hiiinom Una
ili'Vi'loji in kidney nml iinnuiy iliru.ioti, uml in fact, in any citmi
tlmt urlro ft tiii k uii iiHiiiio hiutu of tlio liliHid.
DUtint'tly tiiiilurhiunil IIiiik.' Uoot IIkku in without iniilto
rution or nny cliomioiil or urtiliuiul uiliuixtnro u provu it it in
niuilo in our upon L.iliomlory. No -t-rvt prooobn. Wu titku thu
liri-t IIoiIm mill Itnote, Imil tlioni iluwii, Imtilu tlit-in uml guml
tlioni to ou. IVrli.ips tlioro ifii't itnotlior Uoot floor l.ulioru
tiny in iliiM-iiiiuiry upon to publii-oyo. Evorylimly kuowu IIikks'
Itooi Ur.iw oluniu'iili) fiin't iiipio,u-li ii.atiru. Will yon imo
ii.iiiiiul Uoot IU or uml MttUiy yutir thirst uml strongtlion yum
Imily, tn will ymi iim ,ii tiliii. il Hoot lltor to mivo u fow puuuion
uml ruin jour In-ulili? I'lioro it- ton tiiuor a iiitiuli IIiukh' Hoot
Uki.u miIiI tlmi .ill oilier It ml I leer extract i-oiuliim-il.
UciiiiioN Diti'u Comi'any Wholesile Druggists
Hexson, Smith it CtiMi'.vNY...'
Uoi.i.ihTr.u Dituti Company, ln.. . .
Lewis Ai Company ,.,...,.,.., Groceru