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WEDNESDAY, DEO 19, 1894.
For Kaunl. pt stmr Mlknhala, Dec 18
A Wilcox. AMcllryd. PJ Frlcn.O Y
Along, O N Wilcox, O Andremen, K An
dresaen. Mias Heuclrlckson, Mle lilack-
itadl, MrnU uatun'o.
Tho steamer Llkellke is on the Marine
Hallway being cleaned.
All the steamers ot tho 1. 1. 8. N. Co.'s
fleet are engaged at present, only the Ka
ala, which It belnc repaired, being In port.
' niubber whale" Kauhane, tho old-time
whaler who whistles and makes speeches
on tho city front, was unusually llrely to
day. The bark Martha Davis, Capt. 8ule ar
rived yesterday ullornoon twenty-one days
from Han 1'rat.clico. with a ca go of gen
eral nirehsnJlsc. Captain Boulo and Cap
tain Xilaun of the W. H. D mond met
shortly after the Martha Davis' arrival and
exchanged congratulations. Doth left and
arrived the samp day, the Dlmoud coming
a few hottis ahead.
MKKK In Honolulu, December 19, 1891,
Kachol Meek, aged 3 months
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
F. J. Frein of Oahu College has
gone to Kauai to rusticate.
Some huge new poles are going
up for the telephone combination.
No important business was done
at Circuit Court chambers to-day.
J. F. Hackfeld. acting Russian
Vice-Consul, calls for claims against
the estate of the late S. von Topaz.
The electric sign over Water-
house's store is the most brilliant
and prettiest piece of illumination
ever seen in Honolulu.
Noah Kauhane, of Kamehameha
School, and Miss Prisoilla Kaulukoti,
daughter of the lawyer, will be mar
ried at St. Andrew's Cathedral on
Peter Martin itm arrested lait
night for assault. Martin is said to
have struck Tollison the brad, creat
ing a big gash, also strikiug him
about thti b'Mly.
The committee of the Central
Union Church have recoived I he
necessary number of votes for the
selection of a uew pastor. Itev. Mr.
Birnio is understood to b tho gen
tleman select bd.
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
LOOAJL A.WB UKNJCHA1. MW
Bruce Waring & Co. offer building
lots at Waikiki for sale.
J. S. Walker is out early with the
1895 calendar of the Royal Insurauco
B. F. Ehlors & Co. are offuriug
seasonable goods at cut prices. Seo
The Salvationists held forth to a
crowd iu lJotul street opposite the
Empire saloon lint night.
Matty stores wro shxddi.tg a wel
come glow along Fort slree-t last
night, but buyers were not out iu
Tim theme tit the gospel tent to
night will be, "I there an infallible
rule for becoming a citizen, of
The Supremo Court adjourned at
12:30 for tho day, on account of
Founder's Day celebration at Ka
Don't forget Chirlle Peterson,
the Diamond Head lookout, this
Christmas, Ho doesn't forget you
when a vossel is s'ghted.
The road leadiug to the lusane
Asylum is iu a very bad state, aud
should rocoive the immediate atten
tion of the road supervisor.
Two natives pleaded guilty iu the
District Court this morning to sell
iug liquor without a liconso Sent
onco was suspended in each case.
Mr. Lightfoot, secretary of the
Honolulu Teachers' Association,
publishes a list of tho sections iu
which toachors may enlist for study.
Roal laco handkerchiefs, hand
run; black laco scarfs, black skirt
lengths, laco flounces, a fiuo assort
ment, can bo found at the store of N.
Owners of carriages would do well
to call on C. R. Collins for any car
riage leather work, harness, etc.,
thoy may require. He promises
first-class malorial aud tho best of
Captain Hughes of the ship High
land Light gavo a dinner aboard
ship to a small party of frond"!
Capt. and Mrs. Russell. Capt. Wil
liams, Mr. and Mrs. Alterson aud
others were present.
nssVsVsB ftaTlTsir Hta
GREAT JVENTS 1
Save Your Money For This 1
Evening Anction Sales
TAKR PliACK ON
Friday, Dec. 21st,
Saturday, Dec. 22d,
AT 7 O'CLOCK P. M
To Plantation Managers.
Mortgagee's Notlco of Intontlon
Mr. toward IVtptfn
System Broken Down
Dlatreaa-Palns In the lack
New Life and Strength Given by
"CI. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mui.i
"Dear Hirst t do nut ttiluk there Is any ether
medicine on the market so Rood as Hood's Bar
tip.irllli. 1 hare taken onlr three bottles and
am now la better health Uian for Uireo years.
My Syatom Was Broken Down
so that mr friends remarked upon cijr falling
away. 1 eould not keep anything on mjf
stomach and I suffered terrible dtiUen,
especially In tlin lett idle. I had a serere pala
In my back all tlie Urae so that 1 eould uotwork.
IN ACr-OHDANOB WITH THK PllO
Is'unso! acer.aln mtirifsge nnute by
burlts 11. Wtlon of Honolulu. Oahu, t
aore- 1'. Townseuil, ..t shM ilinolu u,
uated AtitfUHl Dili, A. J). 18H,nnd rcco ll
In the Udlce of Heitrar i f Cout-y.ncc,
In II ok M7. Iikcs 48. 47u and 4S' , nolli-o
Is hereby glten that tlit sslii Ueo'g- P.
rotrnsend, morigneee. Intourts In U reelov
the tald ninrttage to' condition lir. ken, to
will nou-pvui.nt if prltic'pal hemlu.
Notice I" alo heiebv given that tho pro
perty coveed by nld tuortitogo will be
Old at I'ubllo Atictl'in, at Him Auct'nu
Uoom nf Jaa K. Moigan, In said Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, December 22, 184.
AT 12 0'UI.Of K NOON
Hie Pioper y rovo'cd by mid mo tgne
Is (Jeecrllted 8 'ollo: All ttiHt.urnln
ulerr ir pn o-1 of land nil nut" at Kit it ka
hut In aid Honolulu, Loif (led Hnil ties
rrilted at ( nws til I oiiiinvclinr at
thi- a-ikn cirarr nl Ynung anil I'ilkoi
streets i.nu runiilig in n rly dlno
'Inn ..ii( Yuung at cet vlli it f-n, ii.rno
In north' r-t dlreiloi. Ki feet, ibpiic ii
awrntrd dl'cct'on to P Iknl k'icmi '210.11
feei. lb if In n inherit il revtl n a ig
Hilk-d wreet IN).: 'eel to mare ol rotn
mono-nii-nt rontitnli g an nrraiif "tl-P 0U
of an m.
OKOhOK P TOWNHkNI)
UOT-lm Mort.' en
The following letters received from Atr. 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. 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, Mana
ger for Pepeekeo Sugar Co., secured one each of these inple
ments from Mr. Scott and expressed his satisfaction with them
in the letter published herewith:
Pepeekeo, Aug. 8, 1891.
J. A. Scott,
Dear Sir: la reply to yours iu relation to the "Avery" Stubble Diggers
and Fertilizer Distributors.
I would say that I have boon using tho Diggers almost constantly sinco
I receivedithem. and am hiuhlv pleased with thorn. As the name s unifies.
I find them specially adapted to the work of loosening the soil about rat
toon stools, and thoy may be used to great advantage either before or
after the Fertilizer Distributors, thoroby putting the rattoon fields in the
very best condition for a rapid growth. They are a light draft machino,
aud I would recommend thorn to any plantation owner.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saving machine, and 1 find
that 1 shall need ono more to fill our requirements hero.
1 remain, yours respectfully,
(signou; a, deacox,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Wainaku, Hilo, Aug. 0, 1891.
Mr. E. R. Hkndiiy, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: lu teply to your enquiries regarding the working of the
"Avery" Stubble Diggers aud Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that I
have been using the Diggers for some mouths and have dug some eight
hundred acres of stools with thorn, thoroughly loosening tho soil in and
about the roots, thus giving them an excellent opportunity for many more
shoots to como forth than usually do. And 1 Dud that thore is a thicker
stand of cane where it has been stubble dug. Tho machino works in fer
tilizers on rattoon stools without any furtnor hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with the soil aud allowing tlteiu to get to the routs of the
The Fertilizer Distributors I have bad at work for some Hunt and I
have fertilized alvut four hundred acres with thorn thus far aud they are
iiuiiik nu i mi iiinKurs riniui tor iuuui, iiisiriuiiiiiig iiiu leniii.uni in nil uvnu
maimer on each side of the cane aud in whatever quantity desired. 1 hty
are a good labor saving machine aud are doing the work of several tiiuii.
These uiachiues are of light draft and strongly itmdu and there is nothing
liable to gel out ol order.
HOLIDAY .-. GOODS !
Tbat Meet All Demands and Satisfj All Wants
520 Fort St
lleforo I bail takon one bottle of Hood's Barta
liArllln the pain In mr back was gone, the Brit
llino for two year. I can cat anything and
keep It on mr tt'imach without dlilreit after
wards. Ihe trouble with my back It over and
I Can Work All Day
a yean ago. When people remark upon Uw
chance In my looki T tell them Hood's Sareipa
rllla did IL" Ukwauu Tatlix, N. Vufaey, K. f.
it is shown
ics" represent the
olntmont of Fedora
iv an abrupt transition
how gratification and
Hood's Pills act enlly, yet prompUr and
iSUUnUy, ou the liter and bowel. Me.
Hobron Drag Co., L'd.,
Hole Agent for the Kepablln of Hawaii.
Too High !
So Suyi thr UnhiUtalrd
Do Not Be Deceit ed !
Do Not receive Yourself I
JaJttt honnt comparison not
bttwftu St. Prtmhury nml lluno
lulu, but bttwtfn our jtricfn and
prkfi prfmUhiff in other rUihUh
i'nt$ 1IE11K. We ire netting
1 can fully roouunuutid there to plantation
naln, yon i
I remain, yours truly,
Jons A. acoTT,
not disappointment may be brought
to Honolulu housewives.
S. 0. Allen's cottage in course of
.h will make it
g on Klonarus street lor a
leaseholder is roceiviu
tag on tho front whic
an ornament to the neighborhood
.Micas uros. are tho uiiiiuers.
H. Q. Biart, who was for ten years
the practical jeweler for Wenuer &
Co., has opened a new placo at 114
King street, corner Alakea street.
Watchmaking, souvenir spoons, and
jowolry of every description inadeou
The California Fruit Market will
receive by S S. Mariposa to-morrow
fresh on ice, celery, cauliflower,
salmon, oysters aud crabs; frozen
goese, turkeys and other kinds of
poultry; also apples, plums and
grapes, nuts, etc.
Charles Hammer, through his
counsel V. V, Ashford, in the Dis
trict Court to-day, formally present
ed pleas in bar to the charge ot poi
somug a dog valued at $100, the
property ol Ulark. The case was
contiuued until moved on.
The pupils of tho KaniHhamelis
Boys' School began their celebra
tion of Founder's Day this uiorniui;
by driving iu four busses to the
grave of Mrs. Bishop and decorating
Ft. Their baud furnished music go
ing and returning, ami the busses
were decorated with the school flag,
A Strong Horse
IN THK RESULT Of UMINtt
noon rtcKD, . , .
A PKUSll SUPl'L
Hay and Grain
Jiml Arrived r "B. II, Wlliler."
.Inst cant your eyu over
this list of articles, every one
of which lius hud a knife cut
right through the pri e :
Men's luck S lOKS. fast
colors, reduced front 82.50 to
$1.75 per dozen.
Ladies' B'ack STO K-
INGS from t to $J per
dozen and from $2.51) to $2
New Pluin WOOLKN
GOODS, in all shades, from
75 cents to UO cents a yard.
Also a counter loaded down
with Striped and Checked
Ginghams, Printed Caicos,
Cotton 1 halli s, Organdies,
White Cotton Dress Goods,
Madras Curtain, liugs, La
ties' Wool Jackets in Tan,
Light Blue and Black Shades,
together with many other new
and handsome goods.
We tall your especial at
tention to these goods, sim
ply because we can sell them
at these figures for ono week
Ct lteinomher we are open
nights, have new electric
light n iu I he store, so that
gootls can he examined as well
iik in the day time.
KLtTS've all your checks
for the Voltuno trip, and send
them to th store before 12
o'clock Deo. 2Uth, when a
Hound Trip Ticket will be
issued to the one having the
largest numbir of Sules
B. P. NIILKItS CO.
Manager Hilo Miar Co.
We received by the Alameda a carload of Avery & Sons' Im
plements which include Fertilizer Distributors, Stubble Digger
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 whore they
Any information regarding these machines will be furnished
on application to
IHfc HAWAIIAN HAKUWAKb UU.,
$07 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Come and sec Our immense Variety of Fancy
Novelties suitable for
Xmas and New Year's Presents
A UlIOIOB AS8011TMKNT OV
Silk Draps, Lace Table Runners, Ltci Scarfs,
AT llXOBITIONAIiUY LOW PI11CK8.
Fans, Hand Bags Purses and Card Cases
IX QltKAT VAHIKTY.
Laco Bod Spreads, Pmsh Scarfs, Fancy Tab'e Covers,
llpcfiil nti'l Aeerptabln l'rcsfnts.
Lad cs1 rnrse Ml Vests, Lies' Si Hose,
Udlei' 0H'nworlc Silk llmr In White, IIUcIc ami Shii'tes ot Tn.
Novelties in Siivar Warn! Ldtet' Fine Partfolil
. DON'T T MIGHT THK i ITTI.K FOLKS! Uk
Children's Dresses, Capes and Cloaks!
Lap nml Silk Ho'iiifK, 'lill.lrcii' folia, l'uravila, Ktc, Kto , Klc.
A moat Complete Stovk nml lulett I-iMi, nmt prlc Hint will nitonlrh you.
I.illr' I'lli" WliMo llcmiiiril t t h llimlkt'irlilrfii ' fi trilnivn.
I. ill.' Wli t- r.inlirii .Inrcd llanil eiclilcf. I5.i rli nr I Vil a iloten.
I.tillcs rjilU lUmlkr-tclilrfi, iiiibiolitcril; for l5o a il ti.ard.
Gentlemau's Si k Umbrollas, Sik NtgUge Shirh and Pr jamas!
(Icinli'innii 8 Kliii Nrck Winr. i I'l nrunlii.
(Irtitii'iiinii'x S Ik. I.- I'll nn" 1 red 1IomIt Itankirch'cf.
Ufiiilvinnn'o hllk tlumlk n:iilr(s in .Vxi. cni'li or .V i a iloxeti.
Uviitli-iimii'i Fine l.lucn tlninlkn olilefi, fancy bonier; at $3.73 rr dutcn.
Bilks ! Silks !
Sl'KOIAIi HAHllAINtt m UT- Hl'KCIAI, 11AUQAIN8I
W'n tiATn Jttnt It olvet mi 8. S ''t'ciMnlo" a Large tnrolce ot
a low at -$13 per dostn. Think
of it I ft for a Solid Tt Spoon
of pood wright and tlst; heavier
pattern at the tame low rate per
otitic. We further eunnive nf-
Halt free of charge on all our Sil
ver Ware; Ihut mvIhij you many
more dollart, and ttill further re
ducing the cost of our tilver to you
over fifteen patterns to choose
We nr telling Sterling Silver
Cuff Links for 7ito. and $1 pel t;
aud yrt have never bragged ahoul
it; while this ij unlit y of our goods
hat steadily UONE UP, our
prices have, constantly (lOXJi
The volume f butlne done
daily in our Store, is proof of the
appreciation held by the general
public of our immense stock; of the
newness of everything in it; of the
ease with which your wants can be
supplied. There Is no need culling
your attention to THE QUALITY
of our Silver people know a good
thing when they see it, and you
know we buy only the best.
H. F. WICBMAN,
tnun nil the (VI br.letl
Fncti'rltM In tlii UnlUil
IMI'OltTKItB, WH01.K8AI.K AND ltKTAII, DKAI.KKB IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOLLISTBK Ac OO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Stroets.
uU''MajT JW"" l TssssT
Wtf, fjtsT J UwtsrBsWktWsssssssssssswsW
Solid Colors and
Faocy Striped Silks!
Butlil Col r Iu nil iliv ll-ll'ntt Slm'lon nml I'ftly Htrlo.
(.ll'r i he Kutlr Ixji
FOR. SO O H3TSTTS -A. YARD
And at All Times
OAI.T AN'I) SKK UH.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Ooruar (4ueu & Muuauu Uu.
A 1,1. FIIIIWINS HA VI Ml CLAIMS
mkhIiih' thu KkIuIii u h, von To.iu,
ilHt'ranrili nr lireliy miiii'ittil to iri)it-m
thu fmiiiii liiiiuf.lluitil to thu uiKlrmkiiHil
til thu oillou ul II. llniik'i'M A Co.. lluno
lulu. J. I' IIACKCKLII,
Ai'llliK !tillail Vli'tt-Colitill.
Honolulu, Die. lb, h'Jl. IWr'M
C 2. COXjX-IiTS,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(lias no connection with any car.
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Keniif n, l)arhcn, Smrni Apron, K'c,
at l.o rut I'i'shIIiIo l'rici's, ami
Worknmnshlp of the llent.
1 uhh I'irsi-clitKs Mniurlnl o! my own iin-
portlnK' MunufuL'turer o ull klmln of
Workshop L'lU KIiik Strrct nenr Maunikea
r. u, iinx i'jo.
HONOLULU TEACHERS' ASSOCI
ATION rpilK KOi.UlWI.Nit "WIIKINd hKC.
JL tloim" of the nhovu AM)clntlon will
khortly ho formeill
Kmtloii A -lILlory ol K'tuimlon
Section II IV) cholotfy In iu llearl'i!fin
Kin'tlon C- I'rnellciil ! hnln lu luMrui;
llou, Kivtlun 1) -Nnture Mini Kviunru Htinly,
bii'tlouK. Clilhl html).
H.'fllnu I' -Manual 'I'mlnlm.'.
'I'liti'lieri wthiUK lo Join ou or morn of
the nlHite hVi-tlou houli mini in thul
imiueii ut once,
WAL'. .' .1
vyfayA VI -t
Jf you are in need of II AY and
Git A IN" for your T. nn(l
is.'. -' .1
King up Teleph nos
AVo deliver to all parts of
the city. -:- -:- -:-
Union Feed Co.,
Temple of Fashion
510 JTort Street.
On December 1, 1801, we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tho Knlo mil iliiiun ilur iik the KNTIIti: MONTH OF JIKCKM.
Jll'.lt. 'I Im tlil to ho Ulajioieit of, eoiuUt ut
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Hoots, Shoos and Gout's Furnishing Goods.
U. An lmiuino AHMirliuent ol TOYS KOIt UIIJtlSrMAH .Mi
M.. Ot. SILVA., Proprietor.
HIRES' ROOT BH3HIR,.
Tf IS A llOMK.MADi: V.N'I) HOMKMAKINd 1JKVEHAGE.
Il m very u.imI.n pi.mrod, uml If tho jil.iin tlirectiuna uro
f.illiivviil, it will ulw.iya o notl. Kvury inciiiliur of thu fumily,
from the li.ihy in tho rmnlf itliur, cum uujoy Uiukh' Hoot IIkeh,
uml ovi'iy mil' nl Ilium will huv Imttur litullli for each bwuIIow
thoy luko. It iiiiirncs the ujim'tilo, imrilk'8 thu lilootl, uml
tuiHt!-llif whole xli in. t'liililron eenecinlly delight in Hihrh'
Jioor Hi. Kit llh iioi.iruliuii inturoHU thuin, uml itn Ufo tlot's
t Iii-iii ooil. In tliiiiix.iiiiln nl liomc'H, "Hiiiks' Hoot Ukkk Unit
iiiiilhur iiiiuh ," will ho .iiiiunt,' Uiu liaijiiottt rccolU'ctioiib o(
cliililliiiuil 1 cliMiupiT tin ryeioin of tho )oifOiuuiH littiuuru that
iloi'loi in kiilniy uml tiriiiut.N iln-i'iiM't, uml in fuel, in uny cuo
that uribon from uu impure nlul of tho hlooil.
l)ii.iim-tl nuilotun i IIiiii.s' Hoot Ukkk is without mini te
rn I Ion or tiny I'licmiciil or nrtille.nl mliuixttiri1 ao provu it it is
uiuilo in our njicii L.iboiuioiy . No M'crt'l procebtt. Wu tako thu
hi-fi Hurh? uml Kmiip, hull tliini ilnvvii, bottlu thoni uml suud
them to you. iVrhupx tlioro ibii't uuothi'r Hoot Hoot l.iihoru
lory in tint iiiiiuuy opoii to public yn. Everybody knows Hiiies'
Hoot Hkkii eiii'iuio.ilit eun't upproueli iiuluru. Will you ui.u
inmiiiil It 'Hi llier uinl Mitisfy your Ihirbt uml strengthen yotn
body, oi will jolt iiso urliliciiil Hoot llier to' s.ivo u few pennies
uml i inn your IumIMi? TI'cio i leu inner us nuieli Uiukh' Hoot
IJi.KU sold thiin ull other Hoot lleei extracts combined,
IIOIIHON DltlTij ('OMI'ANV
Hknson, Smith k C'iimcany
IIoi.MhTr.it DittMj (Jompanv, Ltd.. . .
Lewis A: Company
. .WhnleHiilu DrnggiHta
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