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TUESDAY, DEO, 18, 1894.
Tumoay, Deo. 18.
Am bktne W H Dlmond, Nllton, 21 days
from Ban Franclico
Am bk Maltha Davis from Ban Francttco
Tuesday, Dec. 18.
Am bktuq Planter, Underwood, for Han
Am bk Clon, Calhoun, for Ban Francisco
'rora Ban Francisco, per bktne W H Dl
id, Deo 18-Htcven li Qnlnby, Harry
iby, Mrs ED Tracy, Theodore Tracy.
.'or Elcele, Kannl, jper stmr I'ele, Dec 18
August Dreler and Chnrles Gay.
''or San Francisco, ir bkltio Planter.
ms 180 T Ulesen and the second mate of
Wrongly Placed Lamps.
L. H. Dee drove into a water pipe
excavation on Beretania street last
night, on account of the beacon
lights being stupidly placed on the
outer instead of the inner side of
the ditch. His hone's forelegs
were planted squarely in the bot
tom of the ditch, and the animal
stood thore stock still while Mr.
Dee made a few remarks. Mr.
Parmelee the druggist came out of
his house and shoveled earth into
thn nxcavation. until he raised the
bottom high enough to enable the
horse to stop out. Mr. Dee had a
narrow escape, as, if the wheels of
one side had gone into the ditch, he
would almost certainly have been
thrown out on his head.
The theme at the Gospel tent to
night will be: "The nature and value
of the Divine and Human Copart
nership, into which we are invited
by the Gospel. Can we comply with
the terms! If totally depraved
should we be held responsible!"
By Jaa. V. Morgan.
or Maul and Hawaii, ner stmr Klnati,
18 voicain: Airs a Barnes, way
',! Miss Bond. Miss H Kycrott, Miss H
tln. MIh N Porter. Miss Method. It U
ercromhle, A N Crockett, Miss Austin,
s M J Garrison, Mrs 0 U Wight, Miss
jf'or Mnul, per stmr Claudlne, Deo IS
tss Ella WIkiiI. Miss I-csllo Wight, Mrs
"sc, Miss llcckwi li. Mits Aziell, Mist
rawer, Miss Bears, Mis Alexander, Mr- J
Wodcho i, Jr, mid child, C Farden, H
I Datdwiu, Miss I.ucy ''iiciett, O Unua
Mrs Heury Vlda, Major MoDonnoll.
'I lie bnrkntlne Planter received sugar
from the steamer Mlkahala.
Tlio strainer Pelo left for MaknMell via
Elerle this afternoon with 135 tons of coat
and 30,000 feet of lumbar.
The barkenitne Plxnter Capt Dow, sail
ed for Bill l''rnni.co today wllh 10.011
bans suiar mid 1' 0 bags 1-olfce, shipped by
H Hnckleld & Co. Domestic Vnlue, $01,'
The bark Oylon, Ci. Calhoun, Mt for
Ban Frnclooti-ily lth IiUMOIukb sugar
shipped by O llruworit Co, nnd IH7 ok
no. by F A Scli-elYr iV to. I) urn stlo value,
MM 7 ftwMwl I
"Ihu's the Us ot a Turkey Without
AUCTION SALE OP
Stoves and Agateware I
On WEDNESDAY, Dec. 19
AT J2 O'CLOCK NOON,
t WILL SKLL AT FUBLIO AUCTION
A.T 14Y BALBSROOM
AN INVOICE OF
MEW ST0Y8S & AGATEWARE.
And Immediately after the above,
Gold and Silvir Watches
Trunks, Clothing, Etc , Etc.
Belonging to the ("-tales of Btrahlmsnn,
muerjicei anu a. v. inpaz, oeceaseu.
To Plantation Managers.
LIJIIAL AMi 'tUNK.KAi. 4KWN
Major MoDonoll will go to Mnul
on tlio Claiidine this uvuulng.
A lost chuck is advertised for, !)
inont ou wliioh has been stopped.
Mrs. A. Bnrncs left on tlio stum
or Kinau this afternoon for the Volcano.
A cottage and lot may bu bought
on application at the Arliugtou bar
A kodak is introduced as a suit
able holiday present by the Hollis
ter Drug Co.
August Dreior aud Chas. Gay loft
on the steamer Pole at 8 o'clock this
afternoon for Eleole, Kauai.
To-morrow afternoon the Govern
ment band will plar at the dedica
tion exercises ol the Bishop Museum.
Ladios aro referred to in J. J.
M 1 CheuwtU
15 Years With Salt Rheum
Hood's araaparltta Oav Porfoct
-a I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mut.t
" Hood's Harssparllla Is an eieetlent raedlclna.
I had eetema In my left leg for fifteen years.
1'stt of the time my te was one mats of scabs,
and about every week corruption would gather
under Uie tklu and the scabs would slough oO.
Th Itching and Burning
tentaUon made me suiter Indescribable agonic.
I spent a great deal ot money for different rtav
edict but did not get relief. About a. year ago.
IrailliiK phyilrlant adtltrd. me to take Hood's
BamparllU. I did so and have taken fire tot-
ties. Now all the sores, scabs and pain have
vanished and I am enjoying perfect health. I
think Hood's Sartsparllla It second to none. and
fUdly recommend it to nil suffering humanity."
i. U Citr.t'vmi.NT, Leonard, Mluonrl.
"Mood's Pills act eatlly, yet promptly and
etttileiiUy.ou the liver and bowels. !Oc.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Hole Agents for the Kepnbllo of Hawaii.
The following letters received from Mr. Jno. A. Scott, Akna
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. 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:
Pepeekeo, Aug. 8, 1891.
J. A. Scott,
Dear Sir: In reply to yours in relation to the "Avery" Stubble Diggers
aud Fertilizer Distributors.
I would say that I have been using the Diggers almost constantly since
I recoived;lhem, and am highly pleased with them. As the name signiGes,
I find them specially adapted to the work of loosening the soil about rat-
toon stools, and they may bu used to great advantage either before or
US 1U mo
HOLIDAY .-. GOODS !
Tlut Meet All Demands and Satisfy All Wants
520 Fort St
- - Honoliol'U..
after the Fertilizer Distributors, thereby putting the rattoon fields in the
very best condition for a rapid growth. They are a light draft
auu t wouiu recommend inetn to any plantation owner.
SaYt Your Money For This 1
Evening Auction Sales
TAKR IM.AOK ON
Friday, Dec. 21t,
3gan's now advertisement, aud they
vill not fail to see what is the rea-
Steven L. Quinby, at ono time bar
tender at the Hotel, arrived on the
W. H. Dimond to day. He is ac
companied by his ton-year old sou.
If the woather permit, the Gov
ernment baud will play the program
at Emma Square this evening which
was arraugod for yesterday evening.
After his tove sale to-morrow,
Jas. F. Morgan will sell troid and
silver watches, trunks, clothing, etc.,
belonging to tho estates of three
Captain Nilsou of tho W. H. Di
times. Tho Martha Davis was hIk
nailed at 1:20 this afternoon.
In search of handkerchiefs! Why
go to Sachs' store, tho SI doz. white
ommedstitch handkerchief is a big
bargain, the 1G cent embroidered
handkerchief is a record breaker.
monu renorts that ho passed the
Martha Davis ou the passage eleven
Saturday, Dec. 22d,
AT 7 O'Ol OCK P. M.
about tho roots, thus giving them an excellent opportunity for many more
hoots to come forth titan usually do. Aud I Dud that thore is a thicker
stand of cane where it has been stubble dug. The machine works in for-
Mortgagee's Notlco of Intention
no has boon arrested
ou suspicion that he was (he one
Ono of the
who robbed the Japnuoso of f 150 on
ine steamer s last trip from Maui.
The bicycle meet of the Honolulu
Oycle Race Meet Association will
take place on Christmas day. The
boys are still in training. Entries
will closo this evening at tho Hono
Before the Supreme Court to-dav
the fullowiug cases were argued auu
submitted: Republic of Hawaii vs.
Kauiku, assault with a dangerous
weapou; Republic vs. Kilikina, adul
tery; petition to revoke probate of
Thoso in search of holiday goods
should not fail to visit the store of
N. S. Sachs, the display there is
simply immense, an eudless variety
of seasonable goods, suitable for
youug aud old, for lady or goutle
man, handsome paiutod aud em
broidered silk drapes, silk shawly,
fancy table covers, lace bed spreads
with shams to match, etc. Judging
from the crowd at the handkerchief
counter the assortment aud prices
must be just right.
A Strong Horse
is tub BEscrvr or dsinu
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Jiinl Arrived er 8.0. WlliW."
CALL AND BKK UH.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO
Onniirljueeii A Ntitintii) Hu
Hotii Tki-ki'Honkh 121.
Wo wimt to help you out
on your hiiMtmua purchafii 8,
nnd intend to do it by saving
you money on every piirchtiNu
inude of uu during the lloli
dayn. Wo have no end of
useful 'hinirH, thut are in ov;ry
day demand, that would loHe
none of their value by being
given as Christinas Presents.
We might give away a
piano or something else as an
inducement to purchasers, but
instead of that every tiling will
be marked so low, that every
purchaser receives a benefit
instead of it'sa'l going to one
We will have a couple of
counters in the htore devoted
to Spi'ciul liargains that are
Special Bargains in the fullest
sense of ho word. You could
not find a gre iter variety in a
Wo have received many
new goods by tho "Oceanic"
that rati for Special notice, ail
of them go at our reduced
prices, Puiisks, biucs, Cu-
TAINS, UmUHKIXAS, SATINS,
Cottoxs, LrxtKS, and no
end of goods will be sold at
prices that will make Bargain
hunters happy, and be moht
accept'iblo as Christmas Pres
Itememher we are open
nights, have new electric
lights in I he store, sn that
guods can be examined ns well
as in the day tiim.
fT-flfSuve all your checks
for tho Volcano trip, and send
them to thn store before 12
o'clock Dec. 20th, whin a
Hound Trip Ticket will hi
issued to the one having the
largest numbir of Sales
R P MHIiKKS ft C!()
HOMEH'JEaD FOB SALE.
ACOTTAflr-: AND LOT kury
fur huln. Iniiulru at Mr "Ts i
tliu ArliliK'oii Hurlier Hhop
Hi.'t-I Htruet. 12IMW
CIIKHK lull, IHHUM) MY 1'AIA
ri.titntlon, Maul, H-. wiil.-r l, lkl)l,
on IIUIiUi it (-'o In fuvtir ol Kolm'iil hall
road (Nuiian, l.lmltitl. I'avuiiiiil on
auiB Iihh Iwxn ktuiiil, All iM-raniiH nru
Jure by warned nuulnl uukoiUUiik miik,
IN AOrOHDANOK WITH THK I'llO
vlaliitmof a ovrialn nn,rtrK miita l)
utiarUa II. WUon ol Honolulu. Oaliu, m
Qora 1. Towiisfnn. ( iold ll'tioln u,
.atd Auiitist Uth. A. 1). 1801. nnd rcco d-d
tn the OIUco ol Koiimrar ( Conv-yanro,
In II ok 147. 1'iROS 478. 47 and 48", tiotli e
la bttfby glvrn that tbn aald Uroriti 1.
rownarnd, tuor KK. intouni in (orvcloK
the ald tnnrt.aKU fc condition brt.ken, to
wilt nuri-ptyruitil id prlne'pal hn IU).
Notlco U alio ho. ebv given that tho ro
pertjr cureml by laid morti(Ke IM be
old at fubllo Auctltn. at tli Aitct'oti
Itoom ot Jaa. K. Morgan, In aald Hutio'tilu,
On SATURDAY, December 22, 1801,
AT 12 O'UMWK NOON
The Piowr y rovced bv ald mo
Is described hi 'olhiwit All tliatiur
niKv t pa oi of land Miniate at Ku uuku
bu. In tatd Honolulu, hounded and dc
rribed a (o iwa, v t t Comtiiptcimr nl
lli a'ika corner of Youiik and l'llkoi
streets kiiu runnlcK In auai-rly dlr-o-tlounl.ii.R
Yuttng street 2li-s f,et, ti'eiiex
In a nortlitriv dlrrcilnu IMi tvn, tlieim- ti
awestoih direction to 1' ikol si eei 210.0
feet, tbrti' e In a r-(.iithrlv d rerti'-n al hk
filk-l street lfO.3 feet to place nf com
Dtenreuinnt coutainlttt an area of 711-1' OU
of an acre.
OKOUOK P. TOWNSKNI)
The Fertilizer Distributor is a Croat labor savini? machine, and I find
that I shall need ono more to 611 our requirements here.
1 remain, yours respectfully,
(Signed) H. Deacon,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Waixaku, Hilo, Aug. 9, 1894.
Mr. E. It. Hendry, Honolulu.
Dfixr Sir: lu reply to your enquiries regarding the working of the
"Avery" Stubble Diggors aud Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that I
nave won using tno Diggers lor some montns auu nave dug somo eight
hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly looseniuir tho soil in and
tilizors on rattoon stools without any further hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with the soil and allowing them to get to tho roots of the
The Fertilizer Distributors I have had at work for some time and 1
have fertilized ttb"ut four hundred acres with them thus far aud ihoy are
doing all the makers claim for them, distributing the fertilizers in nn even
mntiunr on ench side of the cane aud in whatever quantity deir'd. They
are a good labor saving machine aud are doing the work of hevoral men.
These machines are of light draft and strongly made biul there is nothing
liable to get out of order. I can fully lecumiuoud tliene to iianlaliuii
owners. 1 remain, yours trulv,
(Signed) John A. Scott,
Manager Hilo huj-nr 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
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.,
iiM.ii.1 $07 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Come and s'-e Our Immense Variety of Fancy
Xoveltics suitable for
Xmas and New Year's Presents
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF-
Silk Drap.s, Lace Tab'e Runners, Lece Scarfs,
AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW P1UCE8.
Hand Bags Purses and Card Cases
IN GllEAT VARIETY.
Laco Bod Spreads, PuihIi Scarfs, Fancy Table Covers,
Useful and Acceptable Presents.
Lad es' Urn Ul Vests, Mies' Si Hose,
Lallo' Openwork Bilk Hose In White, Ulack and Bha-te of Tan.
Novelties in Siivar Warn I Ladies' Fine Para oil I
. DON'T I'lliUVr THE ilTH.E KOI.KHI -B
CMldien's Dresses, Capes and Cloaks!
l.nai ami Htlk llnnnrts, I'lillilrfn'i Fni, l'araaolg, Etc., Eto , Etc.
A most Compline Htock and L t-nt Dc i'nm, and prk'tn that will Mtonlth you.
Ladkk' Finn White Hrmmnl t't-li Handkerchief $ rditen.
Lullia' Wh l KmhmMori'd llniul nvhle's Itw farh or $ WS a rloien.
LmIIch Hilk llaitdkriuhlct't, emliMiMcd; for l&c a d upward f.
Gtnthmdii's Si k Umbrellas, Si'k NigUge Shirts and Pr jamas!
(Icmluiiinti'a Fln Kick Wtar, it rl-l hnrsaln.
(lontldiinn'x H Ik, !. vii nn ' (! ml llordir Handkerchief.
(iriiMcinaii'a riilk llntidk riMili-fnnt2.V!. enoli or $3.0 a doteti.
Gentleman's Fine Lint"! Hniulku ulilelt, fancy border i at $3.78 per doteu.
Silks ! Silfcs ! Silks !
bl'KUIAL HAUO A IX I .4N
Wo hato Just It i'elvc'1 pe 8.
8 Oconla" a Larue Invoice of
Too High !
from all tliHV Lrted
Fact-rlcH lit the Unltetl
Solid Colors and
Fancy Striped Silks!
Solid Col r In nil the D-ll-nt- Hlindex and I'r-tty Htrlpoa.
oirtr the Kutlr Lot
FOR SO O H3TSTTS A. "Y-lPUD
Su Say i th- Uninitintrtl
Do Not Be Deceived I
Do Not receive Yourself I
Muk honnt comparionnot
b'twren St. Frterxburg and Hono
lulu, but bftwtfn our ricm and
jtricn prevailing in other ntahliih
menU HERE. We are ntllimj
IMl'ORTKHH, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
KCOLLieTEIK. Sac CO.
Cor. Fort and Merohant Streets.
a low at $12 per dozen. Think
of it! fljora Solid Tea Spoon
of good weight and site; heavier
pattern at the same, low rate per
ouncn. We further engrave ini
tials free of charge on all our Sil
ver Ware; thus saving you tunny
tiioir dollars, and still further re
ducing the cost of our silver to you
over fifteen patterns to choose
We are selling Sterling Silvir
Cuff Links for 7fio. and fl pet stt;
und yet have never bragged about
it; while the uuallly of our goods
has steadily CIOXE UP, our
prices have, constantly GONE
Tit volume tf business done
dully in our Store, is proof of the
appreciation held by the general
public of our immense tlock; of the
newness of i verylhing in Hi of the
tuse with which your wants can be j
supplied, There is tin need calling
your attention to THE Ul'AlJTV
of our Silver people know a good
thing when they see it, and you
know tie buy only the best.
H. F. WICBMAN,
Jf yon arc in need of HAT and
GKAIN for yonr Jw. n,1(l
jpj-Ajl J35 King up Teleph- neB
175. Wo deliver to all parts of
the city. -: - -: - -: -
And at All Times
tfJTHHVBlJVH 1 VHriH I
., u .
KEIIHIS' ROOT BH3BSR.
J- It ir
Union Feed Co.,
Temple of Fashion
610 Fort Street.
On Doceinber 1, 18!) I, we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tliu Halft will i-oitllimu ilnr iik the ENTIRE MONTH OF DKUKM-
lllJt. 'I lilt HlMMlH IO llH lllltjiOIHtl Of, COIItUt III
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
BootH, Shoort und Oont'H Furnishing Goods.
. An Iii.iik-iim Aurimtinl ol TOYS f()K (JHHIBTMAH mJ
Fort Street. I JbL, Or, SILiVA.,
A IIO.MBMADK AND HO.MEMAKINU UKVEUAOE.
U very tu.Mly in. Mi iri'il, mitl if tlio iiluin directioiia are
iiillonvil, it will itlw iy bo koimI. Kvory member of tlio family,
frnui Uu liahy u tin riiinlf'iiliur, can uiijuy HuiKri' Root Dekh,
unit nvi'iy niio nf tluuu Mill luiM) liottur liuultli for eiicli bwullow
limy taku. It iiujirovt'e the uiijiutito, iiuritloH tlio blooil, and
ttintix tlio wltiilo iyti'iu Cliihlrun ipccially ilulight in HiitKa'
Hoot Hkhu lU iriipur.itioii interuptH Ilium, uiiil iu uho ilooa
tlll'lll Udoil. In llmileiimli. nf liouifn, "HlllKs' HuOT IlKKU tllut
tmitlinr muilf," will lu- itinmig tlio liuppiunt rocolli-otioiiH of
cliilillioi.d li t'lcuiiitio tin- ryhiiiin nf tlio piMMinons liiimord that
tlovolop in kiilnoy ami iiiiii.uy iIIhuuci'm, ami in fact, in any cuho
tli.it ariri'H from an impure ntuit of tlio blood.
llMtillOlly UlllldlPllUI.I lllUr.n' KlIOl' IlKKU 1h willlillll UllllltO-
ration nr nuy olmniii'iil or itrtilloi.tl luliuixluro wu jtrovo it it is
miiilo in our iiiion l.alioiutoiy. Nn hierut proeesH. Wo tnko tlio
botit ilerlm ami Uooi, Imil tluun itiiwn, bottlo tliom und aonil
tlii'tii In you. iVrliiipK tliero imi't utiotlior Hoot Door Labora
lory in tlio rniintry npun to public cyo. Kvi-rybody known Hiuks'
lloor IIkkii oIihiiiIi'iiIh ran't approach imturo. Will you tibO
mutual R ot lleer ami nilUfy your thint and otrenntlion yom
boily, or will you iiw urtilii'i.il Root Uet-r to uvo it fow ponnioH
und nun your health? Tlnio in ton liinei' an iniuili IIikkh' Hoot
Hkku Mild than all uiher Root llcer uxtraotu combined.
IIOIIKON DlllJtJ (iOMI'ANV
Uknson', Smith & Company
Ilm.MhTKit Dhikj Company, Jyrn.. .,
Lkwis S: Company
. . WboleH'de Drnggiats