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SATURDAY, DEO. 549, IS94
Batcrday, Dec. 2f.
drills, Houdlotto, from Ban Fran-
fcBtiur'oliuft from Maul, Lanaiand Molo-
Iwalanl from Hnwall and Maul
rtintss Miikd! from Knniu
aiiliim from kalmkii and runaimi
, Batiiriiat, Dee. 2!).
Makpp for Kapaa and Nuwlllwlll
Ikellkp for Mnul and Hawaii
r rtfOw from lalHiid Port
S'ot.ir- M Makec-flirt hag mnrar. 77 bill
, -it lii-lea and 1 3 pkgii autidrloi.
fill.. .uulioit-'Ari'iliigiuiigar, 2&Mbigs
paddy and 'JO k a s iidrlta
From Kitnat. per idiur Jaa Makec, Do '
Mm 0 K M Velli, and 7 deck.
From Mnlokal, reratmr Llina, Do 29
. William Anlil and wHu. John Ufai and
wife, M M Wlillm-y, Jr (I H Kl.lrldRe, D
It Oliver, Mrs Tin s K Nathaniel, and3."
From Bin Kra'rlwo, iir BH Aualralli.
l)o.ii-W K Deckwllli, Krcl Dii'ton Mrs
llllDcnky nd a clilifoi Mm Ulinilnii.
Mm H B Golden, total Minnie Lwls. Dr 11
W B McDanlel, Mrs l MrNc, Mli Uhdre
McNe-, ltoal II M.Xt, A K MoNeo
Jomiulii Mil er J F Millar. 0 W O'Ni-l , K
Oxnard. IiO I'erlov.J V rutt. Cliax Sun-,
B W Wint, K I, William. D Wlill-iimnd
wlf, Mlr Wldcmnmi, Mr Ztebolx, 0 II
Frank, U W Macfarlane.
For Hawaii, per nlmr l.lkellke, Deo 'ill
0 W Ahf id, A 11 t obriiitelu, Mm
Magee, Mr? McKt-an and 2 clilldron
The 8.U. Arawa will leave Ban Francisco
on Jmwy 10at2p. m.
The ochooner Hubert Lercr left Ban
Franclnco on Dcoiiibur 22 fur Ihlt port.
The brk Albert was to begin loidlnx for
Hunolitlu at Ban Francisco on December
Tlio Hawaiian hark Andrew Welch was
lip lo leave the Coniit for this port on Du '
ember 21. Tim R. 1'. Kltbet began load
Ingon Di coulter I.
HANNIUAN-In Ban Fnncbcn, Decern
bcr 14, 1H, to tho w fo of W. X. Hun
nlgan. a sou
MORUAN-In this ctty, December 21), Mil,
to ihn wlfo i'f Jos. F. Morgan, sun.
JIKUKI,KY-At Kallhl, In this city. Doc
unlMir'J.H, IMII, Kmlly It. Kealuhauill
Ilecklcy, aged sixteen y, am. Funeral
took plare tr.mi thu residence at 10
o'clock this morning.
LOOAX. AITB OKHXRAX ITBW8
Bishop & Co. giro notice that J.
H, Fisher will sign for the firm by
Major J. W. Pratt is again on duty
at the barrack, having returned by
Goo. W. Mncfarlaue returned from
a business (rip to the Coast bj the
Fresh frozen rasters on ice have
been received by the Australia at
the Beaver lunch saloon.
Tho Sailors' Homo Society will
moot in annual "essioti at 11 o'clock
Monday, i unload of 10 as at first an
nounced. Don't forget the Christmas carol
spruce at St. Andrew's Cathedral
Su idny evening at 0:30 o'clock. All
The htrkenliiiH Jehu Wonder,
well known at Ihic port, wa wrecked
December 11th olt Gray's Harbor,
J. F. Miller, who arrived by the
Australia, is on a business visit for
the oil firm of Leonard and Ellis,
Mrs. W. G. irwiu iim mwHutcd
the Ladioi Catholic Benevolent S
ciety with JfMM " ueut) baa
ackiiiMl"di tin gift.
Charles Booth and MissEhzubeth
Baker will i o mnrr! t! on Nmw V ir's
ete. The NaMouai baud has biu
engaged to play nil uiitbt.
The Honolulu Amateur Athletic
Club will meet in tho Y. M. 0. A.
hall this evening to draft a program
of sports for New Year's Day.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day.
week or month. Terms: 25 and fit)
cents per night; fl and $1.26 pr
Any person dosiring a good Japa
nese man or boy to work at vory low
wages will please call on T. D. Gar
vin, corner of Richards and King
In "Timely Topics" of this Issue,
thu reader is introduced to many
articles of great desirability. Enamel
bath tubs and Victor iron safos are
W. G. Irwin & Co., agonts of tho
Oceania Steamship Company, sell
through tickets to all points in tho
United States for tho Australia sail
ing next Saturday.
Thoro will 1)0 a concert by tho
Government baud at Emma Square
this aftornoon. and ono at tho Hotel
in the ovouing for the benefit of tho
VISIT OV A POET.
Joaquin Millr Comes to Honolulu
with a Greeting in Advance.
Joaquin Miller, the "Poet of the
Sierras," is a welcome visitor to Ho
nolulu. He wroto the followiug
greeting in advance, which the Ex
aminer prints In fanoy typo with
illustrations of tropical flora:
(Wy Joaquin Miller.)
Aloha, Hawaii, Aloha I
Aloha, Hawn'l, nil bail I
Ilepubllo, the Brit without wart
Republic, with doves' wing for sail I
Aloha Love's Irles, Aloha 1
Aloha, last born of the free!
Aloha, Foace smiles Aloha,
A pticeless lirst pearl of the seal
Mjvt pea shells sine peace to thee ov.'r,
T.,y ooral set cradle still be
The cradle of rwauty. and ever
The prt'le or thine innuiie sea.
Aloha, light hearted and frcnl
Aloha dusk sister, sun tarn I
Warm foul of thereat
Thrice welcome thy llrst
light Years of Suffering
THS ORIENTAL VAX.
Just cast your eye over
tills list of articles, every one
of which hus had a knife cut
right through the prl c :
Men's Black SUCKS. faSt
colors, reduced from $2.50 to
$1.75 per dozen.
Ladies' Black STO' IC
INGS from $1 to $3 per
' dozen and from $2.50 to $2
New Plain WOOLEN
l GOODS, in all shades, from
Perfect Cure by Hood's arsaparllla
"0. 1. Hood Co., Lowell, Mmi.i
H Dear Blrti We have tried Hood's Barsap.
Mil and find It to be all you claim for IL Mr
and (or eight rears was troubled urr ieaoa . 0 CCIIU) to 00 CCtlW a yard.
I A 1 .. 1 I...1 .!
:hbu h uuuiuur iuuuuu uuwn
X40AXi AND OENERAL,
Members of the Maunorohor
celebrate St. Sylvester's uvo.
W. E. Oladsrono, the English
statesman, is 85 years old to-day.
There were six cares of assault
and battery in thu District Court today.
Notice is given of a sale of land
at Kaumakauili by J a. F. Morgan
on the 7th of January.
The Mauuerchor had a lively
meeting last night and indulged in
tome excel lent practice Many are
heard inquiring when tho next
danco and entertainment will be
given, the last having been so suc
cessful. Allck Craig, a half-breod, was as
saulted with a piece of iron rod last
night by n native named Hailama
The uativo was arrested and iu the
District Court this morning pleaded
guilty to assault with a deadly
weapon ami was sentenced to pay a
Hue of $25 and bo imprisoned nt hard
labor twouty-four hours. Craig was
badly cut about the head.
Goorge Somers, the negro now
serving sentence for burglarizing
the residence of Alex. J. Cartwright
was brought before the District
Magistrate yesterday and auother
charge of burglary was entered
against him. He is now charged with
burglarizing Tom tiolliiigor'a shoo
iug shop on Queen street. Charles
Mitchell Is under arrest for the
burglary and this makes tho second
arrest for tho samo burglary.
Geo. W. Jonkins, editor of the
Santa Maria TiuieB, Cal., in speakiug
of the various ailmeuts of children,
said: "Whon my children have croup
there is only ono patent medicine
that I over use, and that is Chamber
laiu'a Cough llumedy. It possesses
some medical properties that relieve
the little sufferers immediately. It
is, in my opinion, the best cough
medicine in tho market." If this
remedy is freely given as soon as the
croupy cough appears it will pre
vent the attack. It is also au ideal
remedy for whooping cough. There
is no danger in giving it to children,
as it contains uothiug injurious.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith Aj Co., agents for the Hawai
The Templo of Faahiou's holiday
prizes have been awardod as follows:
.1. Libornio, first, with 228 tickets;
Lapaka, second, with 211 tickets;
Mrs. Marcolino, third, with 183
Jft"k Lucas, Harry Whitney and
0. U. Eldridge, who havo been door
hunting on Molokai, returned to
town by thu steamer Luhua thin
morning. They report having had
a goou time, game ueiugpieuiuui.
It it. UurriHou, practical piuuo
tint organ maker and tuner, ran fur
nish lM factory refereureH. Orders
toll at HawaiiMi News Co will re
ceivM prompt attention. All work
,uarnuUMi u 1 lntn. don
II. G. Biart, who was for ten yearn
the practical jeweler for Wenuer &
Co., has opened n new placo at 114
King street, corner Alakea street.
Watchmaking, souvenir spoons, and
jewelry of every description made on
Hv. Alex. Mackintosh has our
thanks for thu "Almanack for tho
Scoud Congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, Honolulu, H. I." Its bor
der and church dates are printed In
red, and thero is an engraving of
"The Release of Barabbas."
During the past two or throe days
a small schooner was soeu off Molo
kai. It sailed out of sight aud re
turned again aud was seen by a
number of people. The rig was new,
mid the schooner looked new. It is'
suspected to be au opium oraft.
Monday, 11 p. m. Watch-night
Service: subject, "Watchmau, what
of tho Night!" Wednesday, 7:80 p.
ra. Prayer meeting. Meetings held
iu hall over Tracy's store, corner
Fort and Hotel streets. Eutrauce
on Hotel streot. Everybody wel
comed. There are ten ships missing on the
coast since the big storm of the early
part of the present month. Among
them is the Hawaiian steamer Mon
sorrat, which called in hero alwut
two years ago on her way to the Gil
bert Islands for laborers for Central
Tho church wardens of the Socond
E. S. Congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, Honolulu, desire to ac
knowledge with thanks the receipt
from an unknown friend of a Treas
ury Certificate for fifty dollard, which
will be applied in accordance with
the wish of the donor.
China Sues tor Peace The Conflict
Tientsin, Dec. 21. Important des
patches have been received from To
kio, indicating clearly that the war
between China and Japan has prac
tically ended. What instructions
have been conveyed to the com
manders of the respective military
and naval forces from the governing
powers of the two empires is not
told in tho advices, but assurances
are given in quarters known to be
thoroughly cognizant of diplomatic
affairs that the Emperor of Chiua
has been prevailed upon to hasten
commissioners to Japan, aud that
tho envoys have such power of con
cession as will without doubt enablo
them to bring about an immediate
and thorough end of the hostilities.
Tho details of thoir authority are
not given, but the presumption is
not ignored iu diplomatic quarters
that the concessions asked by the
Japanese Government have met
with acquiescence of tho reigning
powers of China.
Wasuinoton, Dec. 21. Minister
Denby cabled the Stato Department
to-day that theChineso Government
has appointed two peace commis
sioners, Chang Yin Yuan and Shao,
who will proceed at once on a mis.
sion from Peking to tho Japauoso
Chang Yin Yuan is at prosont a
motnber of tho Tsung-li Yamen, or
Chinese Imperial Council. He was
a few years ago Chlneso Minister at
Washington and has tho reputation
of being a thoroughly skilled diplo
mat in tho form peculiar to Orlontal
countries. Shao is now acting Gov
ernor of tho rich Chinese provinco
ot Hunan anil In addition holds
sovoral minor offices iu tho Imperial
Siianoiiai, Dec. 21. The Japauoso
Heel has left Port Arthur aud steam
ed southward. Its destination is
with the breaking oat sod terrible Itehlni sod
bnrnlnc I thouththeri wu a bad a eaa a
anyone ever bad. She wu In thU dlitreitlog
condition ertrr year unUl the began to take
Mood's BaraaparlUa, which naa cntcied a per
fect ewe, without leaving anr scan, and the
No Ign of th Poison Sine.
She la wall and hearty. I hare taken flood's
Sartaparllla alter the gtlp Ith good reiutu, and
have also girtn It to our four children. We are
til picture! of perfect health and owe it to
Hood't flumpMllU." J. C. Fhumak, Vaa
N. D. K you dsrlde to take Hood a Canape
rltla do not be Induced to buy any other Instead.
fitt-itin1 ntirt rYtnrArnA
" ' Ginghams, Printed Calicos,
Cotton Challies, Organdies,
White Cotton Dress' Goods,
Madras Curtaine, Rugs, La-
' dies' Wool Jackets in Tan,
Light Blue and Black Shades,
together with many other new
1 and handsome goods.
Wo tall your especial at
HOLIDAY .-. GOODS !
Tint Meet All Dtmaods and Sttisfj All Wants
If. S. SACH
520 Fort St - - XZozioliUxx.
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fino Caesimoros, Serges,
White Linens, Eto.
-1C Nuuanu Streot.
Machioery Fur Sale I
Hood's Fills are hand made, and perfect . .. . , , .
tapropbrtloii and appearance. 24c per boa. I teJltlOn to tllCSC goods, 8im-
Hobron Drug Co., LU, l),y "clause we can sen mem
Bole Aflnu for the Ke.mhllo of Hawaii. nt thtJ8(J fiPUrC'8 fr OM0 WC"k
& ItemeniSer we are open
nights, have new electric
lights in the store, & that
roods can he examined ns well
SllilS Mado tO Order as in the day time.
on shout notice. j KSsf'Sivn nil your checkh
- - - I for the Volcano trip, and send
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING amn to th- sto.v licforu 12
r, ....... . x, c. . O'CIOCK i;i'C. 'MlU .Wlll'll u
0. AKIMA, -10 Nuuanu Streot. . ,. rl. . . .,... .. ... . ..
i JAUiiiiu iiij i iukvi, mil uv
I issued to the one having the
' largest iiiimlur of Sules
Come aud see Our Immense Variety of Fancy
Novelties suitable for
Xmas and New Year's Presents
A OHOWK ASSORTMENT OP
Silk Drapes, Lace Table RnoDers, Lice Scarfs,
AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES.
Kans, Hand Bags. Purees and Card Cases
IN OREAT VARIETY.
Lace Bod Spreads, Piush Scarfs, Fanoy Table Covers,
Uiefal and Acceptable Prcsenta.
Lafl.es' rnrse Silk Vests, Mies' si Hose,
Ladles' Openwork Silk Hose In White, lllack and Shades ot Tan.
Novelties im Silver Waril Ltdte' Fine Ptrafiolil
. DON'T FOHOKT TUB LlTTLK FOLKSI -m
CMldien's Dresses, Capes and Cloaks
Iaci and Bilk Donneti, OMldrrn'i Fans, Parasola, Etc., Eto., Etc.
Thn uopularity ot Clianiborlnln's
Cough llotnoilv and tho IiIkIi ostotmi
in whluh it in litll ltals us to x
liovu it tu Iw au artittlo of Rroat
worth and rnurit. V havo tho
pleasurn ot itivhiK tho iMporietico of
threw roiniuntcitizHiia of Itodomlo
lkach, Cat., in tho uso of tho roinwly.
Mr. A. V. Trudoll says: "I havo al
ways rouoivod prompt relief whon I
usml Chanilwrlniu'sCuuKh Hoiuwly."
Mr. James Orchard says: "I am
satisfied that Chamberlain's Couuh
remedy cured my cold." Mr. J. M.
Hatcher says: "For throo years I
havo used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in my family aud its results
havo always Immiu satisfactory." 1'or
sale by all druggists. Benson, Smith
St Co., agents for Hawaiian Islands.
1 ENOINR. Double Cylinder, Mnt'ti Ac
tion, Had Cylinder, I'J llor-o Puwor.
I VERTICAL TUlltlLAR ItOILKR, ft feet
lonir, 40 Ino' et diameter. ooU triiK
100'J-lncli tulxn; wi I tuppiy ttratn lor
t& 1 1 1) no l'owor Kiik ne.
I KKKD PUMP with all connrcUon.
The abovK ore nil in good onlrr andean
lie hd a' a. bargain hy aii'ylng to tin un
iimtni UbIoi fee Co., Lti.
R. F. KIIIiKKS .v CO.
FOR SALE CHEAP
A StlRKY IN VERY
XI l't Kena r A
fe 'lliira liotb New
and Hm i d-liaim.
A mutt Complete Stock and Lnlett Deslgni, and price that will atlonlih you.
Ladlet' Fine Wlillo llemniedttltcli Ilandkcrclileri at $1 cr dotcn.
Ltdls' WlilUt Eiubrolderrd Hamleiclilef l6o. each or $ VIZ a itoren.
Lidltt'HIU Handkerchief, embroidered; for 10c a d upwards.
Gentleman's Si I Umbrellas, Si'fc Ntglige Shirts and Pajamas!
Oentleman'i Fine Neck Wear, pcUl bartcaln.
(letitleiiian's bilk, l.'irn ami Col rrd llorder llanrtke rclilef.
(IcnllcmaiiU Milk lUuilkvrchlrfg at Vo. each or f l&'J a dotcn.
Uentleuian'a Kino Linen UatiiUu'dilefi, fancy bonier; at $3.76 ier doten.
Silks ! Silks ! Silks I
IL.no'nln earriuKi- M'f'y.
M it mm
from all thn (VI. brit'd
SPEUIAL nAROAlNHI M I
We have Jmt Rrcclved er 8. 8.
tf SPEUIAL HAROAINSI
"Oceanic" a Ijirge Invoice of
Solid Colors and
Fancy Striped Silks!
At Williams' Studio are to be seeu
Portraits ou Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by tho sot or
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
A LL l'KIIBONH
XX. tuku imfxago on
thu ilHiiiiirs "K'.
naii" and "Ui aiuhnk" from lloiiululii are
littmbv rfiieliiil to huuIim) tlokutH nt
tho l'(iiiiuiiiy'H llllli o btiloro uiiilmrklnu;
ami mi) puasHiKi'r fullliiK lo do mo will Iu
Hiilijfot In my twciU)-llv Kiri'vnt of thu
rrKiilnr (uru In uilditlon tlit'rcKi. Thlx rule
will hu Htrlutly utilnrivd from niul ulur
January I, l&tt. For thn chiivl-iiIuiiuh i!
iiaaiiuiiKvrii the Whnrf Ollli'o will l iihii
for Ihf nule ui tli'kutM mi the uIIitikhjiik ol
Ihuilayof mlllni-ul tliunlfuiMurH 'Kinau"
Thn prettiest 1895 calendar out is
that of tho Now York Life Insurance
Company presented by C. O. Burger,
ageut for tho Hawaiian Islauds. It
is in four quarterly cards loosely
corded together, and oaoh card has a
beautiful bunch of flowers done in
imitation of water colors. It is a
work of art.
Honolulu, l)ou. 0, lB'Jl.
A. 12. Kilpatrick, of Fillmore, Cal.,
had the misfortune to have his leg
enui'ht between a cart aud a stone
ami badly bruised. Ordinarily he
would havo Ikhmj laid up for two or
three wueks, but mym "Aflur using
one bottle of Chamberlain's I'ain
liului I began to feel belter, and iu
three days was entirely well, Thu
peculiar soothing qualities which
Chamberlain's 1'niu Halm possesses I
have never noticed iu any other lini
ment. I taku pleasure in recom
mending it." This liniment is also
of great value for rheumatism and
lame back, For sale by all dealers,
lloiisou, Smith St Co., agents for tho
Tt's almost as easy for a
horse fed on California
Feed Co.'s Hay and
Grain to draw his load
as it is for this big elf
phant to draw his. Wo
pay thu highest prico and
get the best there is to
be had. Our prices ae
as low as tho lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones 121. . .
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOLLISTBIJ, 8e GO.
Cor. Fort and Merohant Streets.
Solid Col m In a'l the l)illrnt Shades mil Pr-.tty 8UIo.
oiler the Kntlr l.oi
FOR CO OH31STTS .A. YARD
And at All Times
Jf you tiro in need of HAY and
GRAIN for your Jx an(
King up Telephones
deliver to all parts of
HIRES' ROOT BEBR.
NEirHKRTHE OAPTAIN NOR THE
AhmUh of tun llrltuli hark "(I uuivor"
will b- ru.poni ble (or any drht contracted
by the crow 1312-3
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE AND
until further notle, Mr J H. KUhcr
will kiku our tlrni name it priH-tiratlnu.
1IIB110P .V Ct).
Honolulu, Dp. 'A lH'.H. ISH-at
1UILIO NOTIOK IS HKREIIY (IIVKN
that I havo thin day rxfimtril a lull
umiir n( attnrnuy to M F. UIUNDK.I.I.
touoiluut ruiitu, iiiuki Ii'hhhh, uhiI trniiHiiut
ull my IiiihIii vh hoth hi my own irlvntu
t'Unciiy aud ot that loom huh the hunlm-
ot Duwhvtt iV Kiimiier, and hvn rnvoKeiluil
(iirmur k)with ol atturuuy ulvi'it hv inn f-r
thou iiirMii-uii J K. SUMNKIL
llomiliilu, Di-o. W, ikui. Uliuiw
If your iuhioriptian hu rxpiml now
it a good tinu lo rnv il,
Union Feed Co.,
Temple of Fashion
610 Tort Street.
On December 1, 1891, we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Thu Hitlu will eimtlnuo during tho ENTIRE MONTH OF DKCKM
JIKIt. Thu (IihkU to be dUjioaxd of, coiul.U of
IS A HOMEMADE ANI) IIOMEMAKIXG IlBVKIlAUE.
Il U very lunily prt.trc-d, and if tho tiluin tlirectioiiH are
fulluwud, il will itlw iya ho nood. Every momlior of tho family,
from tlio tiuliy lu the grunilfjthur, tuin unjuy Hihkh' Hoot Hkkk,
niul ii vim y ono n( thoin will lmo hotter heulth for vuuh awulluw
Ihi'y tuku. It improved iliu miputito, imriilea tho blood, unci
toniix tho whole byxtum. Chililrun eti,ieclully delight in Hihks'
Hoot Hkkk. He iirenirution Intereutti them, mid its tine does
them ptod. In tliouaamln of homed, "Hiheh' Hoot Ukkh that
mother nimlo," will bo uiiioni; tho huiinieal recolleetioiiH of
I'hildhiMKl It uluiiiiBOM the fymom of tho iioinoiioiiH hnniora that
develop in kiilney untl ttrinury ilUeuueH, and in fact, in any cano
that urineM from an impure ntiite of the blood.
Distinctly iiiidorKlanil Hiiu:h' Hoot Hkkk id without ailullo
rnlion ornny cltrnilcitl oritrlilleml admixture wo jirovo it il is
muilo in our oiuu Luborutory. No uccrct process. Wo take the
I if nt llerhrt uml Hoots, boil them down, bottle them and vend
thrill lo you. Perhaps there isn't another Hoot liter Labora
tory in Mi country open In public ye. Everybody knows IIiukh'
Hoot Hkkk eliiimieuls enn't approach nature. Will you uoo
natural Jt -ot liter unit rutUfy your thirst uml strengthen yom
body, or will you iihi arltllelal Hoot Ilcer to savo n few pennies
and ruin your health? There is ten tinuy as much Hiuks' Hout
Hkkk sold than all oilier Kool lleer extraels coiubiucd.
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Boots, Shoos and Oont's Furnishing Goods.
M An Imiiii'iiiio A.urliiiont of TOYH KOR UllltlBrMAB U
M. Or, 8ILVA, Proprietor.
HoimuN Ouuti Companv
Hknson, Smith & Company..
Hoi.msteu Dhuu Company, Ltd....
Lkwid & Company
. . . Wholesale Druggwtii
. . . Grocer