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FRIDAY, DEO, 21, 1894
Friday, Dec 21.
Am whr Alnlm, Pnbcl, 21 days from 8n
Btinr V U Hall from llnwnll and Maul
Btinr Kftiiliiti from Kahnkn ami l'utialnn
OnrKonn from Island Ports
Stnir Krnnli ut-aWI Iiir tifjnr. 2H0 bngi
rii-i), Ml line law, MWIiiik ally.
8t'n' WO Hull :WI7 b4 MiKar. -ill bug
cllco, 4.I hules hide. 28 h ad cattle, &5
hog III bt!iiawa. I00 iktrs sundries
Krolii Sft" Frnnrluro, tr sclir Alos,
Dei! il-K 0 Wlnit m, A Welsh, II T Scott,
Kmhii Hawaii und Maul, tT atmr W 0
Hull, Drl!l-A V V i-linoo.Mtii Dohorty.
MIm Htclla Wntomitu, S II Ktithcdt, Miss 8
K Smith and ill deck
Tlio hark '. D. Bryant is loading sugar.
Tin H I. Allen cotutiletrd the Unloading
of machinery for the lien mill at Kwa yes-
The llaUy Klinbill In
rrpalrfd anil tumted linldo and out.
In and out. She
will be iillt a picture when llnlihed.
The roliooncr Aloha, Captain Dabel,
from Him Krandnco, landed IU0 and odd
Imgi to-day. Homo of iht-m are real prime
MINSK In Copenhagen, Denmark, Nov.
21, 1KII, Mm K. Hlnne, omy alntrr of
II. J. Nolle, of this city.
LOOAJL, AUli UKNXHaX
Tho Government band will
at tho Hotel this owning.
Christmas is not far away, from
the iiumlxT of goose ami turkeys one
Excursion rates are announced for
Christmas by the Oahu Hallway and
The defense In the conspiracy trial
closed at 8-GO, and argument will bo
gin at 0:30 to-morrow.
L. J. Lovoy will hold a special
holiday sale of Japanose goods, toys,
etc., at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Don't buy a bioyclo until you have
soon tue lMm-mouol "Ulevelauus."
Land to b Bold Money Waiting
Counsel for Wong Wa Foy, plain
tiff, and Ana Momona Kama), de
fendant, have signed a stipulation
for a decree to appoint A. P. Peter
son and W. C. Achi commissioners
to roll the land in dispute to the
highest bidder at public auction,
and make a return to Court accord
ing to law.
Sheriff Williams of Hawaii, De
puty Sheriff Nahalo of North Koua,
M. P. Scott and Mrs. Scott mike
answer to the complaint of J. F.
Souza, saying that he has no legtl
title or r'ht to poosion of certaiu
wine, and that they are not liable to
him in damages for any sum what
ever. Tho Republic of Hawaii, by A. O.
M. H-'bertmii, Deputy Attorney
Genera1, has filed a brief against the
writ of error of Hang Fook, who
claims he was unlawfully couvicted
of selling opium in conjunction with
Ah Kau, on the ground that tltoro
is in law no such joint offenMe. Tho
deputy says Ah Kau roeoivod the
money and Hang Fook delivered the
opium, making a complete sale, and
quotes many authorities to show
that "if several be enffaged in tue
commission of the same ouVuse they
may be joined in the same indict
ment or each may be separatoly
Judgo Coopnr lias iiod un ex
ecution on the Koua Ooffc.) timl
Fruit Company at tho suit of S. M.
Kanakanui for 17628. W. C. Achi,
attorney for plaintiff, in a noto to
tho Marshal says J. D. Paris has
about foOO for the defendant, and if
tho Marshal could writo to Paris or
send tho execution to Deputy She
riff Nahale he would get the money.
The Supreme Court to-day hoard
tho appeal of Anna Long vs. Kwong
Yick In Co., from a decision of Mrs.
Nakuina, water rights commissioner.
Maroon for plaintiff; Castle for de
Still one more evening Christmas
sale will bo hold by L. J. Lovey to
Ueady about Jan. 80.
H. E. Walker,
Jas. F. Morgan will hold a holiday
sale of toys at 7 o'clock thisovouiug.
Don't miss this chance of helping
Santa Clans out.
Jas. F. Morgan will soil proporty
of Chas. 1). Wilson iu Honolulu uu-
der foreclosure at 12 noon to-morrow.
See particulars elsewhoro.
Look at that elephant. He doesn't
seem to care whether tho man is on
or off tho cart. So it is with a horse
refreshod with California Food Co.'s
Tho Honolulu Cyclo llace Meet
Association held a mooting in the
Dell Tower on Thursday evening
and decided to have tho binyclo moot
take ploco onChriatnia Day.
Tho Sunday School children of
Central Union Church and their
parents will bo entertained this
evening with a steriopticou exhibi
tion and refreshments attlie church.
A few of the passengers by tho
Mariposa lor bvtlney gave loss
AH Run Down
Always Tired, Sleepless and
B!cod Vitalized and Strength Re
newed by Hood'a Sarsaparllla.
"a I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. i
"For couple of years, I was subjtct to fecV
tnf anything but good. I always felt tired, I
eould not sleep at night and the Llttl I could
at did not teem to bsneflt tne any.
I Old Not Have Any Ambition
to so around or work and la f act was not able te
do good day's work. I happened to pick up a
circular embracing adTcrtiscments and testi
monial for Hood's Barsaparttla, and after tad-
lug them decided to gtre flood's Sarsaparllla a
trial I hare taken fire bottles and must say
that I haredcrlred wonJerfutbenefltfromttand
Peel Like a New Man.
I would recommend It to all sufTercri nnd would
urge thvm not to hesitate but to decide at one
to Uko Hood' S.im ip.irlll.i." I'AULM. Wcitr.lt,
1 IU North Tenth Struct, Heading, renin) Irani.
To Plantation Managers.
The following letters received from Mr. Jno. A. Scott, Mana
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. AU. 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, 1894.
J. A. ScoTr,
I)-ar Sir: In reply to yours in relation to tho "Avery" Stubble Diggers
and Fertilizer Distributors.
I would say that I have been using the Diggors almost constantly since
I received.them, and am highly pleased with thorn. As the name signifies,
1 find them specially adapted to the work of loosening the soil about rat
toon stools and they mav bo ued to groat advantago either before or
after the Fertilizer Distributor, theroby putting tho rattoou Holds in tho
rory !est 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 romaiu, yours respectfully,
(Signed) H. Deacon,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Hood's Pills nro prompt and cmdrnt, yet
easjf lu action. bulJ by ull drui;i;tsU. 2Soi
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents for the Itcpnbllo of Hawaii.
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
, o niuuiaKU 'na-
at cards as tue causo
xir. a steeratre
soiiuor who throw himself overboard.
Ordway & Porter have just re
ceived a new stock of furniture from
tho Count. Tho Intent designs in
holiday furniture are displayed.
Their coualgnnieut is complete in
Persons having claims against the
Government will notice a change in
the otlicial notice iu that regard iu
this paper. Instead of the particu
lar bureaus owing, the claims are to
bo rendered to the Finance Depart
II. G. Biart, who was for ton years
the practical jeweler for Wenner k
Co., has opened a new place at 114
King striHtt, corner Alakea street.
Watchmaking, Bouvenir spoons, and
jewelry of every description madeon
H J. Nolte, of the Beaver Saloon,
received the Had news of the death
of his only sister, Mrs. F. Hinne, by
the H. S. Mariposa yesterday. Mrs.
Hinne died iu Copenhagen, Den
mark, on Nov. 22. Mr. Nolte has
tho sympathy of the community.
Headquarters for Holiday Goods.
and especially for Fancy Handkor-
It's nlmoHt as easy Cor a
horau fed on California
Pct'd Co.'s Hay and
Grain to draw his load
as it is for this big ele
phant to draw his. We
pay the highest price and
, get thu bcht there is to
be had. Our piics ac
as low as the lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones V21. . .
Tills Evening !
Friday Evening, Deo. 21,
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
Vt mr "nle room. 1 lll nll nt Public
Auction. Holiday Uooiis,
Toys! Toys! Toys1
Books, Games, Dolls,
Fanoy Goods. . . .
And an InvJco of
ISTfCW R,TJO-S I
Tecs. F Morgan,
HOLIJAY .-. GOODS !
Tint Meet All Demaods and Satisfy All Wants
N. S. SACH
520 Fort St.
Mr. E. R. Hkndrt, Honolulu.
Wainakc, Hilo, Aug. 0, 1891.
7r .Sir: In ronly to your onquiries regarding tho working of the
"Avery" Stubblo Diggers and Fortilizor Distributors. I would say that I
have been using the Diggers for some months and have dug some oight
hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly loosening the soil in and
about the roots, thus giving them anexcellont opportunity for many moro
shoots to come forth than usually do. And I find that there is a thicker
stand of cano whero it has been stubblo dug. Tho machine works in fer
tilizers on rattoou stools without any further hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with the soil and allowing them to get to the roots of tho
The Fertilizer Distributors I have had at work for some time and I
have fertilized ab'nit four hundred acres with them thus far aud thov are
doing all thu makers claim for them, distributing the fertilizers in an even
mnnuer on each side of tho cane aud in whatever quantity desired. They
aro a good labor saving machine and are doing tho work of several men.
These machines are of light draft aud strongly mado and there is nothing
liable to get out of order. I can fully recommend those to plantation
owners. remain, yours truly,
(Signed) John A. Scott,
Manager Hilo Sugar 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.,
iim-iiii $07 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Come unil sec Our Immense Variety of Fancy
Xovelties suitable for
Xmas and New Year's Presents
A CHOICE ABSOKTMKNT OK
Silk Drapes, Lace Table Runners, bee Scarfs,
AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW l'KICK9
Kans, Hand Bags. Purses and Card Cases
IN QKEAT VAItlETY.
Laoo Bod Spreads, Piush Scarfs, Fancy Table Covers,
Utefnl and Acceptable Present.
Lades' rnrse Ml Vests, Mies' SI Hose,
Ladles' Openwork Silk Hose In White, Ulsck and Shade of Tan.
Novelties IB Silver Wars! LidieV Fine Paratolil
DON'T rOIUIRT THE LITTLE FOLKS! -m
Children's Dresses, Gapes and Cloaks. I
Luce and Silk llonnete, Children' Vtm, l'arasols, Etc, Etc., Etc.
KortgaRoo'a Notlco of Intontlon
fN ACCOHIIANOE WITH THE I'llO-
Tlnli'iiH of a onnln tu'iL'Ko imtite liy
Wilio'i of Honolulu, Iwlin, t'
fir i .turn', ui uiiwiwiii. wain.,
ru 1. Townhcuu. of unlit HkiiiiIii u.
ed Altitun Utli, A. 1). IMII.irid rcco dnl
chiefs, Is at tho store of N. S. Sachs.
Don't miss to get a box of those
White Hemmed Stitoh Handker
chiefs for $1 a box coutaiuiug oue
dozen, nor those White Embroider
ed Handkerchiefs for 15 cents eaob.
and you know thu Silk Embroidered
Handkerchiefs that ho is now sailing
for in cents can't be beat. You cau
also fiud an excellent assortment of
Fino Embroidored and Iteal Lace
Tho annual Christmas exeruisos of
St. Louis College were held this
moruiug iu tho college hall, at I)
o'clock. Tho deliveries by the
pupils, especially by the senior stu
dents, received well merited ap
plause; while the short interims
sious were filled up by solos, roasters
J. Uansmauu, Kaulukou, Gloaou,
Cooper aud others deserving special
moution. Thu college orchestra
furnished musio of a superior de
gree, aud as a whole it was a most
Now Street Proposed .
At the re(utst of J. A. King, Min
ister of the Interior, acting upon a
petition, A. F.J udd, Chief Justice,
has caused a panel of twonty.four
nnuies to bo selected, from whiuh a
jury of six disinterested persons are
to lie drawn, to deuidu upon the pro
priety of opening a street from
l'alaco Walk to llerutaiila street,
through Uovuruuiout properly.
hist cast your eye over
this list of articles, every one
of which 1ms had a knife cut
right through the pri e :
Mon's mack St VK. fast
colors, reduced from $2.r0 to
$1.75 per do.eu.
Ladies' Black STO( IC
INGS from $1 to $ per
dozen and from $2.50 to $2
New Plain WOOLttN
GOODS, in all shades, from
75 cents to 00 cent a yard.
Also a counter loaded down
with Striped and Checked
Ginghams, Printed Calicos,
Cotton Challi s, Organdies,
White Ci'tton Dress Goods,
Madras Curtains, Rugs, La-
iios' Wool Jackets in Tan,
Light Blue aud Black Shades,
together with many other new
and handsome goods.
"Wo call your especial at
tention to these -goods, sim
ply becuusu wo can sell them
at theso figures for one week
drKcmcmher wo are open
nights, havo now electric
lights in the store, so that
goods can he examined as well
as in the day time.
fdf'Snvu ull your checks
for the Volcano trip, and send
them to the store before 12
o'clock Dec. 2(ith, when a
Hound Trip Ticket will be
issued to the one having the
largest number of Sales
B. F. tiULUKS & CO.
tn llit (Mile of lto-mtrnr i.f CouTiyunco",
In It ok '47, iiii;t' ITS. I'kiuuUm, liotho
lit Iitr.liv (l 'i-ii that tic nal1 lieorK" 1.
rowuiftiid, monicker, into nt to forcolon
tlio alil limrtiaf "' vendition brckeu, to
wit: !ion.nyiii' in 't ptlncial when mi.
Niitlcx N al lieieliv kIwii tlmt ihu iro
lorty cove'fd by ald imirtKu H' I"
-ah at I'ulillo Aiiftl'in. nt tlm Auct'on
Itoom of Ja. K. MoiKiwi.lnmlil Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, December 22, 18U1,
AT 12 0'Ol.Ol'K NOON
The Hioir y rovfiil liy nld lu.'lKaKe
'n tlccrrllwd ki 'ollui. All tliHtiurnTu
ulHvor m'ol of land Hltuntent Kuiiulu'
lill In mltl Honolulu. I'Oin (led and den
IfrilM-d as foi'owH, t i UoiiiuiioiuIiik a
... . , - 1 ..,.....!
mi n'mn uiTiir in iimiiik nun i iikiii
HiroctH kiid running in an fan rlydlr.u
Ion "I iik Youi'K Nt'cot "21H-M f-rt, n.cno
In a nortlif r dlrrn Ion I ft" fuoi, tlifiic- i
iiwitUmU' dlfcct'oii lo 1'ilkol h'hmv '.MO.tl
feet tli'U'Hlnu siiilierlv il rt"lt'.n al hk
Pdk'-i mreot l'0..'I tit to ilai' of com
iiiuiirt'iiicnt rontxlnli tl an ri'a of 7'U-l'UU
it an aom
(IKO..UK I'. TOWNSKNI)
Save Yunr Money For Tbis !
Evening Auction Sales
TAKK 1M.ACB ON
Friday, Dec. 21st,
Suturday, Dec. 22d,
from all tlio (VI lir.tted
Kactorlint In ihp llnltrd
IMI'ORTKItB, WHOI.ICBAI.K AND IIKTII, DKAI.KUB IN
Havana, Manila, Hesican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Meiohant Streets.
A most Completo Stock and I.itmt Design', and prlcen that will aitonltli yon.
Itdlm' I'lna White Honmicil-tltrli llandkoridiUU at (I jHTdoioii.
(.'dies' Wh-U Kitiliroldnri'd lland'Cichlcfa !&. cwh or $ l'2-' tloten.
I.idlr' Silk lUudkrrclilrf, ciuhroliletd; fur ino n il iij.winli.
Gentleman's Slk Umbrellas, SIHl Hegljge Shirts and Pajamas!
Uenllcman'n Klna Neck Wrar, -ii'dtl haraaln.
(lontlniiiau'aS'lk, l.l'on aii'l tl rnl llordnr Hnm'kfrcli'ef.
tli-ntluiiiau' Silk llaiidk'rL'lilefn at .W. each or f.tQ I a dntpii.
Urnlleman'a Fine l.lmvi Uandki-iulileti, fancy bonier; at 3.TA rdoirn.
Silks ! Silks ! Silks !
SfKCIAli BAKGAISi! B KW Sl'Kt.'IAI. IIAKOAINB1
Wa hare Jmt ltclrd mr B. S. ''Ocoinlo" targe liwolon of
Solid Colors and
Fancy Striped Silks 1
Solid Col n In all tlio IMIratt Shadca and I'ritty StrlW(.
oll'or tho Kntlrr lOi
FOR CO O H31STTS A. "5T.AJR3D
And at All Times
O. R. te L Co.
Christmas Day, Dec. ?5, 1894.
l'KAKI. 01TY &. it KT II II N t
lat Class, 7fic. Sd OIubb, 00c.
KWA I'l.ANTATION A- HI'.rilUN:
lat Class, $1, Ud Oluau, 70c,
Jf you me in need of 11 AT und
GHAIN for your JksM Hn&
jjl i3t KitifJf up Tuleph lies
175. "We deliver to ull parts of
thu city. -:- -: - -:-
Union Feed Co.,
HIRES' ROOT BH3HJR,.
id I ifif.
'I'mliK leave Honolulu at xil . m.
I 'J 18-31
DION I SON,
Temple of Fashion
61 ffort Street
On Decuiiibfi' 1, 1801, we will buftin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tho Sulti will loiitliiuti iIiimik tlm KNTIIIK MONTH OK DK0K.M.
Hi; It. Thu tloods iu lit) dlMosed of, colinlat of
Dry & Fancy Goods. Dress Goods, Etc,
Boots, Shoos und Gout's Furnishing Goods.
tV- An Imiui'iiMi Atniorlnu'iit ol TOYS FOIl OIIUIHTMAH .
1&, Ck. SILVA, ProprltBtor.
A 1IOMK.MADK AND IIOMEMAKINU I1KVEKAGE.
ih very u.ihiiv iiioiiurcii, ami 11 tlio iiiutn u rect ona aro
followed, it will ulw.iys bo jjooil. Every member of tlio family,
from tlm Imliy to the granilf.itlier, can enjoy IIikks' Root Hkku,
anil every one uf tliem will have better health for eueli nwullnw
(liey liiko. It improves tlm unnotito, ptiriliutt tlio blood, uiul
toner tlm whole bynleni. Ciiililren efjieciully delight in Hikes'
Jtoov Ukkii. IU iirepumt ion interests them,; uml.' its use does
tliem Kood. In tlioiiKiiiidrt of iioiiich, "IIikks1 Hoot Hkku tlmt
mother mude," will lie iiuuiiij; the Impjiiust recolleotions of
eliililbood. It ck'iiiibt's the nymcm of tho poinonouihumors that
doveloji in kidney and urinary iUkcum's, und in fact, in tiny cusu
tlmt urines from un imptiro slulo of the blood,
Dinlinotly uinloratitiiil Uikkh' Hoot Hkkk is without udnlte
rntion nrnny chemical or urtilicud udmixtiire wo provo it it is
made in our open Laboratory. No .eeret process. Wo Uko the
best Herbs und Knots, boil them down, bottle them und send
them lo you. IVrlmpH thero isn't unother Hoot Hour Labora
tory in tho country open to publiu oye. Everybody knows IIikks'
Hoot Hkku eheniic.ilH cun'l upprouch nuture. Will you use
natural K.Mit liter uud utify your thirht uiul strengthen yom
body, or will you uko urtilleiul Hoot Hour to save a few pennies
and ruin your health? There is leu lime un much Uikkh' Hoot
Ukkii bold than all other Hoot lleer extracts combined.
IIOIIKD.V DlHMJ (JoMI'ANV
Hens)n', Smith it Cdmi'axv..
IIoi.i.iHTKit Diiuu Com pan v, Ltd.. ..
Lewis & Cu.mpa.nv
. ."Wholesulu Druggists
i. ...... ...
. . , Grocers