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SATURDAY. DEO. 22. 1894
8tmr Jantos Mnkce from Kattat
Stmr Iwalanl from Hawaii and Maul ,
Htnir i.uliua from Maul, tanal and Molo
BATCRnAT, Dec. 22.
Am hrgtno V O Irwin, Williams, for San
Gargooa from Island Porta.
Btmr Iwalanl 30u2 b.iRa sugar,
Btmr James Makeo 2731 baps sugar,
I)Bbs paddy, H pkgs miidrles.
DISHONEST CHIKVSX CABBY.
From Kauai, rer slmr Iwalanl Dec 22
K K Hendry, Miss 'Jessie Ktvnolde, Miss
lladloy, W O Wolls, A McDonald, UAO
Young, and 3 deck
The stenmcr Lehua, Captain McGregor,
arrived this inornltig from Molokal with
The bilgxtitlno W. O. trwln, Captain
Whl atns, sailed to-day with a cargo of
sugar for San Francisco.
Tim steamers Iwalanl and James Mnkce
arrived tli s morning from their respective
porin on mip imhiiu ui nnui.
MOBSMAN In thN clly. December 22,
IHI, nt I2:n a in., nt the residence,
Heretanla sfect. of apoplexy, Thomas
J. Mobsman, n im-lve of Kiigland, aged
He Buna Off with a Dollar Belong
ing to a Woman.
A native woman brought a Chi
nese hackman with his whole outfit
to the Police Station this morning.
The woman reported to Sonior'Cap
tain Parker that on Saturday last
she engaged the Chinese haokinan
to drive her to her homo nt Kakaako.
The cabby did ao and charged hor
twenty-fivo cents. She tendered
him a dollar. Tho Chinaman held
the dollar and asked if the woman
had smaller change. She gavo the
Chinaman a half-dollar, and twonty
five cents was returned. Tho driver
then wh'ppod up his horse and
drove off with the dollar. The wo
man has been looking for the hack
man all the week, but only spotted
him this morning. The hackman
naturally denied that he had ever
seen the woman's dollar. Sonlor
Captain Parker camo to the woman's
rescue and, alter a little talk wttn
the man, a dollar in quarters wa
handed over. It was ovidont that
tho Chinaman had roally taken the
money, although ho would not mako
the confession. "It is oasy to bluff
a Chinaman when hois in the wronir,
but you can't, bluff oue when he is In
the right," averted Captain Parker.
inil iATi n in ui -wa
To Plantation Managers.
OLD HESIUfcNZ GONE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Advertisers in the Bulletin have
the advantage of an irsuo of moro
than two thousand (2000) copies to
day. Our court report and other local
matter Is crowded out. Argumeut
was had in the conspiracy emo. Jos.
Tinkor was nolle pros'd.
A young man named Koslor had a
nnrrow escape at the rifle butts while
practising yesterday. Iiis riilo burst,
but Koster escaped uninjured.
Four cows, thl r twin calves and two
heifers were brought to tho enclosure
iu front of the Police Station thin
forenoon. They wore to bo sold at
noon under execution for a debt of
$121.12. Tho sale was postponod.
II. O. Biart, who was for ton years
the practical jeweler for Wenuer fi
Co., has opened a new place at 114
King street, corner Alakea street.
Watchmaking, souvenir spoons, and
jewelry of every description made on
Liout. Stiloman will address the
meeting iu Harmony hall at 10:30
a.m. to-morrow. T. D. Garvin will
preach in tho tent at 7:30 p.m. (Sun
day). Business meeting at tho resi
dence of the pastor at 7:30 to-night.
No service in the tout to-night.
Tho Thistle Club at last ulghtV
meeting repudiated McDowell's evi
dence in court rogarding MoEvoy.
Members recalled the fact that Me
Evoy withdrew his application In an
iustilling letter that it was voted to
ignore with coutompt. The club
requests tho publication of this
Ioauo, tho strong man of the Foun
dry, was downed by John Lane iu au
elbow wrestling (unin) match at
uoon to-day. Only a committee was
present lo see fair play. Tho match
was for $20 a sido. It .took place iu
a restaurant on Nuuauu street.
There is talk of a match betwoou
Lane and Lieutenant Kauao of the
Thomas J. Moaarpwn Pasaos
the Groat Beyond.
Thomas Jamos Mossman died at
tho family residence, Beretania
street, at 12:15 o'clock this morning.
Mr. Mossman had been in good
health till about an hour before,
wheu he was taken down with a
sudden attack of apoplexy. He
uever rallied from tho attack. Tho
lamented gentleman arrived in Ho
nolulu in 1840. He was ono of tho
old timers and was well-known and
respected as an upright citizen.
Airs. Mossman died a few years ago.
The deceased, who was sixty-two
years of age at tho time of his death,
leaves a family of six children threo
sous. Richard. Herbert and Kalph,
and three daughters, ono of whom is
Mrs. Frank Winter of Hawaii. He
also leaves two brothors, W. F. Moss
man and Albert Mossman.
The funeral will tako placo at 4
o'clock from the residence, Bero
(aula street. Mr. Mossman used to
be book-keeper for the late S. M.
Carter, wood and coal merchant.
Tho popularity of Chainborlain's
in which it is held
UUt Katie ttoMttgrant
The Worst Cas the Doc
tors Ever Saw
Hood's Sarcaparllla Perfectly Cured
" C. I. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mass. t
"Dar Blrsi-I with to testify to the (rest
value of flood's Bartararllla. For ,om tln
had been troubled with scrofula, which arly
last winter assumed a very bad form.
oroa Appeared on My Face
aM hands and gradually Increased In number
until they reached to my shoulder. Tho doctors
laid It was the worst case of scrofula they erst
taw and also went to far as to say It was In
curable. 1 tried ointments ami oilier remedies
but to no avail. A friend recommended Hood's
Bartaparllla, and although I was completely dlt
f r nnsed. as a last cltanco I resolved to give It t
trial AftcrtakliiRone bottle I noticed the tnrei
Jiau commenced to heal. After tho sixth holUl
They Were All Healod.
I continued to tako It, however, until I had use!
Ine bottles, ami now I nm terrectiy wen.-
The following letters received from Mr. Jno. A. Scott, Mana
ajjer 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. Mr. H. Deacon, Atana
ger for Pepeekeo Sugar Co., secured one each of these imple
ments from Mr. Scott and expressed his satisfaction with them
in the letter published herewith:
Pepeekeo, Aug. 8, 1891.
J. A. Scott,
Ifrar Mr: In reply to yours In relation to the "Avery" Stubblo Diggors
and Fertilizer Distributors.
1 would sav that I have been using tho Diggors almost constantly sinco
I receivedthem, and ntu highly pleased with them. As the namo signifies,
I find them specially adapted to the work of loosening the soil about rat
toon stools, and ther may be usod to great advantago either before or
after the Fertilizer Distributors, thereby putting the rattoon 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.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saving machine, and 1 find
that 1 shall need ono more to fill our requirements hero.
I remain, yours respectfully,
(Signed) II. Deacon,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
list KATIIC HosKNCIItA.NT, Ullter, IVlin.
Hood's Pills nro 1'wmpt nnd efficient, yel
uy la action. Soli by all Uruttulsts. Uc
Hobron Drug Co., L'dM
Bote Agents for the Repnhlle of Hawaii.
HOLIDAY .-. GOODS !
TM Meet All Demands and Satlsfj AU Wants
520 Fort St
Gome and sec Our Immcncc Variety of Fancy
Novelties suitable for
Xmas and New Tear's Presents
Cough Remedy and tho high esteem
leads us to bo-
liovo it to bo au article of great
worth aud merit. We have the
pleasure of giving tho experience of
lureo prominent citizens oi itououuo
Beach, Cah. in the use of the remedy.
Mr. A. V. Trudell says: "I havo al
ways roceivod prompt relief when 1
usod Chamberlain's Cough Romedy."
Mr. James Orchard says: "I am
satisfied that Chamberlain's Cough
remedy cured my cold." Mr. J. M.
Uatchor says: "For throe years I
havo usod Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in my family and its results
have always boon satisfactory." For
sale by all druggists. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Attorney-General W. O. Smith bo
gau his aruumout for tho prose
cution iu tho conspiracy aud treason
trial at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon.
They Will Have a Klrat-Olata Christ
The Christmas exercises of the
Chinese Mission Schools will be held
at the Chiueso Church, Fort street,
Monday eveuiug, boginuiug at 6:R0
o'clock. All fneuds of the Mission
are cordially iuviled to bo present on
this occasion.- Tho following Hue
program will bo produced:
1. Hymn All hall the power of Jnu'
Uhliiehe Kccltatlon ...Mr. (loo's Class
Anthem Ohliiuae Choir
Cantata-Over I.lfo's Boa
a Chorus-Over the Waters (Hiding.
Ii, Itecltatlon Voyauo of Life,
c. Chonu Uiireaii the Malta.
. Ilecltatlon The f'urlls of Hi- Hea.
t. Hymn hy tho Choir 'J he Pilot.
. lticltatiun-The Bailor's Heiuls!tes.
n. Chorus Lift the Anchor.
i, Dialogue Utiles of Navigation.
tondori'J hv dlllereut Unhools
llettutlfiil Htur ...Chinese Choir
It's almost as easy for a
liorsit fed on California
Feed Co.' s Hay and
Grain to draw his load
as it is for this big oli
pliant to draw his. We
pay the highest price and
get the beht there is to
be had. Our prices ae
as low as the lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones 121. . .
Just east your eye over
this list of articles, every one
of which litis had a knife cut
right through the prit e :
Men's lilack St OK.. fast
colors, reduced from $2.50 to
$1.75 per dozen.
Ladies' Black STO IC
INGS from $i to $3 per
dozen and from $2.50 to $2
New Plain WOOLKN
GOOD, in all shades, from
75 cents to GO cent a yard.
Also a counter loaded down
with Striped and Cheeked
Ginghams, Printed Calicos,
Cotton (halli s, Organdies,
White Cotton Dress Goods,
Madras Curtains, Hugs, La
dies' Wool Jackets in Tan,
Light Blue und Klnek Shades,
together with many other new
and handsome goods.
We call vour csntcial at
tention to these goods, sim
ply because we can sell them
at these figures for one wet k
fKemem'ier we are open
I nights, havo new electric
liirlitH in the store, so that
goods can be examined as well
as in the day time.
foBfSavo ll yur cheeks
for tho Volcuio trip, and send
them to thi store before 12
o'clock Dec. 2(ith, when a
liound Trip Ticket Vill be
issued to the one having the
largest nuinbtr of bales
B. F. BHLEKS & CO.
Wainaku, Hilo, Aug. 0, 1891.
Mn. E. II. HcNDnv, Honolulu.
Dnir Sir. In reply to your enquiries regarding tho working of tho
"Avery" Stubble Diggers and Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that I
have been using the Diggers for some months and have dug some eight
Hundred acres til stools with liiem, thoroughly loosening the soil in and
about the rooK thus giving them au excelleut opportunity for many moro
shoots to come forth than usually do. And I find that there is a thicker
stand of rane where it has been stubble dug. The tnachino works in fer
tilizers on rattoon stools without any furtlior hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with the soil and allowing them to get to the roots of the
The Fertilizer Distributors 1 have had at work for some Unto and I
have fertilized al"tit four hundred acres with them thus far aud they aro
doing all the makers claim for them, distributing the fertilizers in au ereti
uinnuor on each side of tho cane ami iu whatever quantity desired. They
are a good labor saving machine aud aro doing the work of several men.
These machines are of light draft and strongly made and there is nothing
liable to get out of order. 1 can ftdly recommend these to plautalion
owners. 1 remain, yours ttuly,
(Signed) John A. Scorr,
Manager Hilo bugnr 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.,
..!, $07 Fort Street, Honolulu.
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
Silk Drapus, Lace Table Runners, Ltce Scarfs,
AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES.
Pans, Hand Bags, Purees and Card Cases
IX GREAT VARIETY.
Lace Bod Spreads, PiUsh Scarfs, Fancy Tab'e Covers,
Uaeful and Acceptable Presents.
Lays' rarse Si Vests, Mies' SI Hose,
Ladles' Openwork Silk lloia In While, Black and Shades of Tan.
Noveltiei fi Silvar Ware! Indies' Fine Pirasolit
(S DON'T 1'OHOKT TUB LITTLE FOLKS! -W
Children's Dresses, Japes and Cloaks I
Lne and 811k Bonnets Children Fads, Parasol, Ktc, Eto., Ktc.
vT 'TrHjWZM hi- J flH
from all Iho (VI. hr.Ud
KacUirloi" In Ilif llnltrd
A most Ooniili)lo Stock and LtUit Drlr,n and prlcf that will aitonUh yon.
Ladloi' Fine WhUo lletniiinl.tltch Hamlkcrcliltttat l (terdotcn.
I.mIIiY Wh ic Eiiiliruidi-red Haml-eohlrU Ifio. erh or $ 1.2.1 a doten.
L-nllts Silk lUijJkrrchlef, embrolitetd; fur 15c. n d upward.
Gentleman's Si k Umbrellas, Sitk NtgHge Shirts and Planus!
(Icntleman'a Fin Nrck Wear, n-chl harcaln.
(Irutletnan'a Slk, Mi en ami Cul rrd HoriW llankeroh'et.
Ouiiilumau'n Hllk Ilantk.rclilx(i4 nt&fo. each or f.'t.O I a down.
Uentlcninn'a Fine Llnon UatuUo'chleft, fancy border; at $3.78 per doicn.
eillss ! Silks ! Silks !
SPECIAL BARUAINJI tf OT- SPECIAL 1IAROAINSI
Wo hare Jmt Rclred wr R. 8. "Ocoanlo" Urge IiitoIco of
Solid Colors and
Fancy Striped Silks I
Bolld Col r In all the IMIrat Sliaden and l'r.tty 8trlet.
nirr ttm Kntlm Ixii
FOR SO O H3TSTTS J 1TAJR1D
IMPOKTERP, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAI.RItS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and imerican Cigars.
BOL31iISa?BK. Ac OO.
Cor. Fort and Merohant StreetB.
iiecit-uou ana uoiik ..:
Hotel tit. KlndurRariun
Chine-He Ilecltatlon ....
Mr. ee bun'a t lasses
..."Morgan Huhnrd" KlnJergrten
Mr iee Ting's Classen
a. Song The H'ren InIur.
b. Reuitatlun The Mariner'n ('onipabs.
c. ChoruH Tho Lighthouse.
. Recitation The Chart.
Quartet-Th llarhorln Sight.
. Chorux-Kafu Within the Veil,
Aii'heui Chinese Choir
Hymn and Ooxology... .Congregation
Geo. V. Jenkiue, editor of the
tSauta Maria Times, Cal., iu speaking
of the various ailtneuts of children.,
said: "Wheu my children have croup
there is only oue patent medieiue
that I evor use, aud that is Chamber
laiu's Coii(,'h J(euiedy. It possosses
some medical properties that relievo
the little sufferers immediately. It
is, iu my opinion, the best cough
medieiue in the market." If this
remedy is freely given as soon as the
croupy cough appears it will pre
vent tlie attuck. It is also an ideal
remedy for whooping cough. There
is ui) danger iu giving it to children,
an it uoutaiuH nothing iuiuriotiH.
For sale by all dealurH. Iluusou,
.Smith & Co,, ageuts for the Hawai
Buy a Bicycle
Until you have scon tho
O. R. & L Co.
-i.wnr irz II
Ready Adou Jao. 30, 1895.
H. E. WALKKU,
rpilE STORES OK THE UNIlliRtKIN
L Kl) will no ho oihiiiimI uii ClirUlimiH
lluy. II. MAY .V CO.,
II. K. Mi'lNTYKK A IIRO.,
LEWIS ,t CO.,
II EN It Y MAVIS .V CO.,
GhrihtmBS Day, Dec, ?5, 1894,
PKARL CITY & RKTURN:
1st Glass, 76c. Sd Olnss, 60c.
KWA PLANTATION .t RKTURN:
lat Class, $1. 2d Class, 76c.
Ufc T ulni leave Honolulu at H: A a.
and 1 : 13 t. .
Jf you arc in need
GRAIN for your
of HAY and
Kiup up Tcloph uos
deliver to all parts of
And at All Times
Union Feed Co..
Temple of FashioD
Fine CasBimoros SorgoH,
White Linens, Eto.
Suits Made to Onlor
ON SHORT NOTICK.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
618 Fort Street
On Deoomher 1, 1891, wo will hegin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tin. Kalu mil continue iluriiK the KNTIRK MONTH OP DKCKM
UKIt. 'I ho OihhIm lo he itUiwwd uf, rniuUt ol
U. A KIM A,
111 Nntiiinti Slmul.
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
13ootn, ShooH and Qont's Furnishing Goods.
HXRHIS' ROOT BH3H1R..
IS A 1IO.MKMADI-; VK1) HUMEMAKINU OEVEHAOE,
It ix very unnily pruimrod, uml if tho pluin directions aro
(ulldwed, it will ulw.iyu bo good. Every member o( the family,
from tint baby tit the gruinlfttber, can enjoy Hihkb' Root Bkek,
and eveiy one of tliem will have better licullli for each ttwullow
they tuUo. It improves the ujipetite, nitrified tho blood, und
toner tliu whole cyotuin. Childron ecjiecially dellKht in Hiiikh'
Hoot Ukku. Its iiremrution interests tbeni(i uml. Ha use does
i hem n ood. In tliutisuiulH of homes, "Uiuks'.Koot Hkkk that
mother made," will be union),' the happiest recollections uf
ehililhood. It cleanet's tho fystent of the poUunous humors that
develop in kidney anil urinary dUeases, and iu fact, iu any casu
that arises from au impure state uf the blood.
Dititiuutly umleretaiiil IIium' Rout Hkkh is without ud til to
rn Hon or uny chomiralornrtilicial admixture we provo it it it
made iu our open Laboratory. No secret process. We tako the
best Herbs ami Roots, boil them down, buttle them and scud
them In you. Perhaps there isn't another Root Beer Labora
tory iu the country open lo public "ye. Everybody knows IlntEri'
Root Hkkh chemicals can't approach nature. Will you use
natural It tot Ileer ami satisfy your thirst und strengthen yout
body, or will you tihc artificial Root liter to save a few pennies
uml nun your health? There is ten timec as much IIikks' Hoot
Ukku sold than all other Root Ileer extracts combined.
An hi tixu AMOMim-iit of TOYS MIR OlIKISfMAS
Ml. O-. SILV-A.,
IToiiiion' Drug Company...
Uknso.v, Smith it Company
Hoi.i.istku nuuti Company, 1rn.. ..
Lewis & Company
. . Wholesitlo Druggists
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